Transylvania University - Crimson Yearbook (Lexington, KY)

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V Iirnupq , 1 my M 1f-'l- qv FM QA NCD f'L'lT Basses Wages l I2 through l39b Lifeisajumble' ' A ,Of words and people Of frowns,frustrati9kxs5i5g, A A, if ' ' ' .,A' ,P .gQ,f535?Qi1j' Smale? :ind oplmons 7' Duffy envelopes' ":A All onxiile P '3-TU., H ,. WK S H i'f"'m QJ KQ Wages 4 through 351 1 A yearbook is a file Where we store Crumpled memories and Out of focus thoughts Of college. All properly focused And correctly lighted Through the lenses Of our eyes. Q. 1 Q 'I .lt A W li . R Aw,ll 40 4 0 I 1 xveqe K Qafasw .7 'WQQBFQ lllfzl luv, 'Q vgif. ,anim :SHP-5 'Q tbl! tcm il I, 5 ,nz .al N M? ,Q 5-J flaw' If you have anything really valuable to contribute to the world, it will come through the expression of your own rsonalit -that sin le s ark of Pe Y 8 P divinit that sets ou off and makes J Y Y you different from every other living creaturel g y j , Bruce Barton 5 :Ku .. xi Ewwuk Aivkmmw V . N' X '.--V 1 .A v A I 1-,Mn Q -44-'Ml . W xy. . 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'rl xg- ! v 54 4 .N Nw ,, I A E.-'Q .1, TRANSY TALENT 1' -vi 3 H ull'- ,Q 5 I O Xf c btw tar-f When death takes one of our number from us, the most reassuring legacy we are left with is our memories of the departed. In those memories, the living may find some solace for the loss of a friend. So it is with those who knew Eric Petee, a Transylvania student who died in an automobile crash late one Saturday afternoon in February, 1974. Eric added much to life at Transylvania. He was a source of both humor and serious thought, a man as capable of enjoying the good times here as he was of engaging in scholarly debate in classes. Though he spent much of his time with a relatively small group of friends, nearly all of the student body knew him. Eric was not enrolled as a student this past quarter, but he was always to be found somewhere on campus, sipping coffee in the student center, perhaps, or sitting beneath a tree, talking with friends. Many teachers, too, speak well of him as both a friend and a student. All students who were here during Spring Quarter of 1973 will remember the first "PeopIe's Party," an unofficial, free party which Eric helped to organize and stage. Eric's life was very much centered here at Transylvania University. He had planned to re-enroll for the Spring Quarter, and it is hard, now, to walk the campus grounds without expecting him to quietly appear with a smile and a greeting. For those who knew him, Eric's death is a great loss, and memories of him are treasured prizes. Those of us who knew him will always know himg and, through our remembrances of him, we will take Eric along with us, into life. Alex Krislov .119 P RI L 3 Q I , . ., A 5 wr 'gs x KV "-l.'j- X. .-T fxfx. 1 ,, Y . . ' ,QQ '- ,- ' -04 y 2, M5 . x Lf Y vial' h .'.. . 1 . i11lq5.4.,. LA . Qi. ii--5 , N ,A .J-.. . l - A A- ' 1. J ga! 3 .' . 9 e Q .XR ,Q 'ff' ' .' r .eb .v" Ji" 1' -vtaubi ' i0n April 3, 1974 several killer tornadoes ripped through Kentucky making a shambles of many communities including Brandenburg, Jett, Stamping Ground, and Louisville. Students, faculty, and administration alike had relatives and friends who were involved in the destruction and terror of the storms. Despite the fact that classes were not called off, Transy students immediately gave assistance to the local Red Cross, the state Civil Defense, and the Central .Kentucky Blood Bank. Several students went directly into the stricken area outside of nearby Frankfort and helped people salvage their belongings from the ruins. Others donated blood at the Blood Bank and some even stayed to help take the blood donations. f Another group of students worked with the Civil Defense picking up food and clothing donations from Lexington homes and delivering them to the tornado ravaged areas. There were also several students who worked long hours at the Parker Seal Warehouse helping the Red Cross to pack and sort clothes, a very tedious process but one that was necessary to help the tornado victims. The CRIMSON would like to express its sincere thanks to Officer Jimmy L. Scott of the Jefferson County Police Helicopter Unit who so graciously donated these pictures. J K fill" 4-1 1 'F . ,fluke W Q-L p 2: T We ' -me - , 3 . 221531, :fax .. 1- .:-A, 3 fx .- . . L 15.22 V .SNXQ ,7- -y , A-BL ,V ., Ar A Y . 5 .. H Nw,-:?4"w1' .,., I--Lg., . ...xv ,M im, - adam 4 .- 2 ' 'ef-Y. Wwdfim-um. ,4 ff -w 1 T' ' ' x- K Wir .4 6 . M : -' f-Wmfx Nw HX : T iv 55599 -1 -aff.. , ' ' ' wwf- k H: Q-.-, 5. . , 4-"'L:E' - 1 -I ' - '3- --:-.5 - . , , V, V ,V Q -5 3...-.ca-fig.-,'-.. A . , - N ' ms-vw..-'Q-se-.N --. ' my , . ' ' f'.1:2"' 'Y-'."3S", r' -- 1' 1 .Q ,, M..-,, -. A J .: X V. :,- Y ,I ..,...3. , '--:- 1:-.l. ' Q-f ' 5 " .--'45 :4 Q-Q:. . -. 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Cosby was ever to start as a freshman at Transy, and by scoring 1,881 points in his career, he surpassed the old record held by Everett Bass by six points. Dale also holds nu- merous other career, season, and Tip-Off Tournament records. He holds career records for most field goals attempted and made, 1,820 and 786 respectively. He also holds the season record for most field goals made with 236. Tip-Off Tour- ney records Cosby holds include most field goals attempted C531 most field goals attempted in a single game 1281, most field goals made in a championship game fl lj, and most points in the history of the tournament with 127 in three years. Cosby was the leading scorer on the Pioneer team averaging 22.7 points per game in the 1973-74 season. Cosby made the new record in a tough game against Kentucky State. 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Pollard Clmrlle WIIQOII fum Imam John Mqyoug Bdrbm Muon lunny Rxddlg wp-M -,,,.y'.- L...-...E 1 xii' W" " x VW Main' .4-W. WHL JFS Fasul I L . kLL3!.'L': 'H ' U1-5-1 LN56 Q SQ: U ""' ' Qykx Uexu. L 'Me' wg lsmjax xff:vgn-njgnax 3 P x, rs WML ww X r MX w H w ..jwIslL" - -Rf' V , va--,?' X A1 'V' 11:.7',?'-,Vg .. ra 1, , ,N if f ,X A Wig? 'tk ,Aff fs www N-wp 'v'.Il- W WWw www xmnamnn-..-L" lm!" F' ff Ib 1 , " A i -ve ' ,Q ' R , f 4 A 'U v r. 5? Vs. ,Q ' fa- ' 1. im: I 1,75 .1 5 "'fY1"'gi2 Ugg -,, :ILT L. V xx W Ek 535 W 3. f-'FN TransyIvania's 1973-74 academic year was a good one. lt was a year of traditions and innovations, a year of excitement and creativity, and a year of disappointment and disaster. lt was a year that saw Transy students at their best - working, creating, striving, helping, overcoming, and preparing to take their place in the world. On September 8, 1973, 2ll new faces appeared on Transy's campus, and Orientation Week began. Lampas members and student leaders did an excellent job getting all the confused freshmen oriented, and they immediately became involved in every aspect of Transy life. At the end of October, the traditional ceremonies were held to ward off the Curse of Rafinesque. Following the bonfire, a dance at the Phoenix Hotel drew outstanding student participation. After Thanksgiving, a record 500 students retumed to take advantage of the unique educational opportunities of Short Term. Basketball season began as usual, but before the last game of the season had been completed, Dale Cosby had shattered all previous scoring records. The Student Activities Board replaced the traditional Homecoming Queen with a Spirit Night. The gym was paced with students waving red and white towels. The mighty Pioneers played an outstanding game and won convincingly over their op- ponent. The Student Government Association sent three students to Houston to take part in the National Entertainment Conference. Pam Whittenburg, Terrie lsaac, and Bruce Coates returned to campus with some excellent ideas for the coming year. During the course of the year a new student organization was formed. Called The Transylites, its main purpose is to help in the recruitment of new students. Students pitched in and raised S281 for Big Brothers in the Phi Mu Mr. Pioneer Spirit Contest. The Tri-Delta's won the contest with the Independents a close second. Basketballs and basketball socks were purchased with part of the money and they were presented to the little brothers at the basketball banquet. Almost every organization also raised money for Easter Seals. Choir director Gary Anderson formed a new music organization called the Choral Union. The union gives any student or faculty member who wants to the opportunity to sing in a group. The Choral Union drew excellent participation and presented three concerts during the year. The Choir went on its traditional tour during Spring Break and presented quality concerts in many Southern cities. The Band also presented three line concerts during the year, and innumerable student and faculty recitals were also held during the course of the year. Coffeehouse-type programs were held in the Student Center Pit. Students had the opportunity to perform or just to sit and listen to Transy talent. Dr. Heath fTransy's poet in residencej gave poetry readings from his collection, and author Thomas Berger was invited to the campus to read from his works. The Colloquium on Counterculture brought 10 distinquished alumni back to the campus to present a four-day stimulating seminar on the culture vs. counterculture theme. Student and faculty art was displayed in the Morlan Gallery at various times during the year. Students, volunteering their time and trained by the Internal Revenue Service, helped low-income individuals prepare their income tax returns free of charge. The Drama Department presented three major prjoductions and several one act plays. A disasterous tornado saw Transy students spring to action helping the stricken families in every possible way. Some students went to Frankfort protesting the building of a dam at Red River Gorge. Some students protested a purposed change in fees for a private room in the dorms, and as a result of student action, adjustments were made. T-Day brought students out in amazing numbers. All activities were well attended as the SGA did an excellent job in planning the annual event. The lntemational Relations Club sponsored the "Remember When" soc hop and gave everyone a chance to let down their hair and boogie to the oldie goldies. A dance contest was held and won by Sandy Baes and .limmy Kyle. As TransyIvania's 194th year came to a close, the university sent 186 graduates out into the world. Belinda Congleton Rose and Deborah Vanlandingham graduated "with highest distinction." Hail Transylvania! 35 THEY TRIED, BUT THEY NEEDED MORE SUPPORT SEASON RECORD Transy Opponent 3 UK 7 2 Asbury 5 1 EKU 1 3 Centre 1 0 Berea 5 0 Morehead 1 0 ' 1 UK 6 1 EKU 2 1 Bellarmine 1 2 Asbury 3 0 UK 3 1 Centre 4 0 Asbury 2 SOCCER TEAM MEMBERS: fstanding, left to rightj Susan I-labberfield, Lewis Bosworth, Tom Grumbles, Wayne Williams, Charlie Bond, Mark Adams, Gil Willson, Gary Sorrells, Alan Garner, Coach Bob Manasse. ffront row, left to rightj Jimmy Kile, Howard Phillips, Wes Burgiss, Xavier Philip, Steve Garlick, Fardiss Shafian, Manuel l-laces, Mike Robertson. A I 9 'NH 1 V 'Y if gl. rl: JI- HOCKEY TEAM POSTS 2-3 SEASON Season record Transy Opponent 1 An Long scored Centre 4 1 Cindy Best scored Berea 0 2 Jill Brooks, Cindy Best scored YWCA 3 2 An Long, Debbie Huber scored Berea 1 O U. of L. 6 TEAM MEMBERS: FIRST ROW-Ann Brown, Barbara Harris, Elizabeth Demos, Cathy Hancock, Debbie Huber, Ellen Crutcher. SECOND ROW-Mrs. Deacon, Joyce Mervin, Windy DeWitt, Beth Hodnette, Kitty Leonard, Cindy Best, Ruth Sigler, Nancy Osborne, Jane North, Jill Brooks, Lynn Siebers, An Long. 38 . hx W .1-?yA"',.g,'9'Q.. A x , f A 9. ? ,41 .Av X1 xi U 'Ni ' X--1 N ' ."- .. 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Contributing to the slow start were lack of height and experience. and the fact that many games were played on the road. The Transy team was considerably smaller than in the previous year. Sophomore Mark Lewis 16'7"1 was the only holdover of size, and Dave Reiber 16,871 and Sky With 16'5"1 were both freshmen. The front line was relatively small and was made up ofjunior Jim Biven 16'3',1, sophomore Mark Lewis 16'7"1, and freshman Jay Noel 16'4"1. Often the only senior to start was guard Dale Cosby. TEAM MEMBERS: 1left to right1 Coach Lee Rose, Carey Barr - manager, Tom Breeze 1441, Steve Musgrave 1141, Sky With 1511, Ted Thompson 1311, Benji Lewis 1431, Jay Noel 1151, Dale Cosby 1111, Dan Hardaway 1351, Tim Taylor 1421, Dave Reiber 1301, Jim Biven 1331, Jim Ferrera - trainer, Assist. Coach Don Lane. tnot pictured1 Tom Shephard 1121. SENIORS: Cosby, Hardaway, Musgrave, and Thompson. e ., 11 gi at f I X Y 'x-.W ., , .' 'bf--, H ,nl .-kip ,AI ., V ,adv-v g, 1 n 434 0 1 " . Q I ' fr Y -J ,ll X .. Vp . ,Q I I 1 Y f 11 Q v x 1 x .VN .. I ,Q x 4 ' Xt - '- .5 Ev A - .X .L 1 a .N- gf ,F-. sg!! H st.ff2!ti.1"g .. J f. 4 A .ig f-f ff f . 'I 'flu g :...f'.iQi '...f3l4Q .df f r 4 N. ' 4 ' 4 ,nl l'.nI-fl ' '19 ' ' ,fig A , f. , 'ff Y ,.2'-W W 1 - ..4 al, ,f , 4, Q ' x al.. P. " Q, -H-1. , ' S NC A A in nf 2 3 X . f I H .47 x 'M U 5.2 sings! Q hi 4 ' ,4 1 Y ihty 'wr A ' N . 5 I Us , Y fi f. 'Q , M' ,Q 8 ,fn I ' 4 " .Q- I F 1 1 'fs the going was tough -- The young team also experienced foul trouble. The inexperience of the younger players resulted in unnecessary aggressiveness under the boards and fouls. Pioneer players had fouled out before an opponent had fouled out nine times in the beginning of the season, and once in the Centre game Transy was represented by three freshmen and one sophomore because of foul trouble. Many away games during vacation also affected the first half of the season. In these games the team had to play on unfamiliar courts, with unfamiliar officials, and without crowd support. Coach Rose commented, "When on the road the usual routine is broken up and they have a hard time sleeping on the bus. Crowds can be intimidating during road games and young players tend to lose their concentration." The first half of the season saw the Pioneers scoring 951 points and getting 479 rebounds. T OPP 72 Lincoln Memorial 63 96 IUSE 79 51 Christian Brothers 41 86 Pikeville 80 76 Thomas More 95 55 Rollins 66 38 Florida Tech. 55 87 Indiana St. Evans. 89 85 Oakland City 57 89 Centre 94 V 68 Bellarmine 63 74 Indiana St. Evans. 72 74 Berea 76 81 Thomas More 74 76 Union 72 75 Berea 61 68 Bellarmine 60 71 Hanover 91 93 Urbana 72 92 Oakland City 94 81 David Lipscomb 86 65 Centre 64 80 Union 72 94 David Lipscomb 73 94 IUSE 83 67 Kentucky State 81 unusual -an-""""" I 2-2 ,fan 79 "" 'IQ ,115 v UTI ill ON THE GROUND - Dave Marthey, Leslie Richardson, Mike Mansfield, Jill Brooks, Jim- mie Hurt, Steve Hoertz, George VanMeter. IN THE TREE - E. Alverson, Paula Goodlett, Donna Callison QcaptJ. NOT PICTURED - Harry Rankin, Bill Marshall, Richard Stone fPeppy Pioneerj. at the end - From the second Thomas More game till the season1s end, the Pioneers steadily improved. The players gained experience and much of the foul trouble was eliminated. During the second half of the season, the Pioneers posted a 9-4 record bringing their season record to 16-10. They scored 1037 points and got 493 rebounds during this time. 1511 T fi A wxatrleal ,- 1 1 I i 1 'lg Ll 1 rn we LV ,- x 'xx 'N bn .- "' " 335 . wily, , -P.. ...N .V b 1 ff E Y ' . . -0-V - -549- 3 Q Ju' 1 44" f- v P.: 4,n 1 , y. ,-X, , A182 . 1- I N fm: fi moneys A VW? P nfff-N: the Pioneers triumphed. Though the competition during the second half was no less stiff than that of the first half, the team won more games and individual players were able to set records. Jay Noel set a new Tip-Off Tourney rebounding record with 29, an individual single game rebounding record with 18, and was the first freshman honored as most valuable player. Dale Cosby set individual records for most field goals attempted and made in a career, most field goals made in a season and game, most field goals and points made in the Tip-Off Tourney, and he tied the record for most field goals made in a Tip-Off Championship game. Cosby also set a new career scoring record with 1881 points. The new record was set during the very tough last game against Kentucky State. Cosby topped the old record by six points. The JV team was impressive this year with a 13-5 record. As a training ground for varsity ball, the JV experience is used to adjust players to new methods of defense and new positions. Benji Lewis was the leading scorer on the team averaging 13.8 points per gameg he was followed by Tom Shephard who averaged 13.4 points per game. FRESHMEN - BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: David Allen, Tom Shephard, Jay Noel, Sky With, Dave Reiber, Rick Mullen, Cliff Smith, Ed Congleton. SEATED LEFT T0 RIGHT: Coach Lee Rose, Calvin Fulkerson, Glen Cornell, John Parsons, Mark Turner, Freshmen Coach Don Lane. l N I Q'- rw I? rw Girls Post 4-7 Season With a 36412 victory over Midway in the opening game, the Transylvania women recorded their tirst victory ofthe season. The 1974 team, coached by Mrs. Deacon, began the season with three freshman starters. Mrs. Deacon attributed the successful season to the good defense the team played all year. Freshman Lynn Siebers who averaged 7 points per game was the leading scorer. Cindy Best averaged 6.4 points per game, and the team averaged 30.2 points per game. Team members are fleft to rightj Sandy Baes, Lynn Siebers. Becky Terry. Nancy Osborne. Mrs. Deacon, Sally Wells, Marcia McGregor, Tracy Heylmann. Cathy Hancock, and Cindy Best. T OPP 36 Midway 12 26 Berea 37 32 Morhead 46 48 Indiana USE 30 26 Centre 4l 22 Ky. State 44 37 YWCA 31 21 Xavier 36 26 Georgetown 29 28 Marshall 43 32 YWCA 22 Kentucky Small College Tourney 18 Berea 34 19 Centre 38 52 5 2' -2 ' I .-,W 1 I We sv t "1.R ki ,Q :, 1 V, . k.,,. - K. V 54.5. , ' "' ,A by -2. wiv , wsu . v 'v,,,,, ..- .vw PIONEER GOLFERS END SEASON WITH Season Record Transy W L L L L L W 3rd 3rd 4th Golf team members: Da Jim Cox Coach Lane. 14-12-1 RECORD Opponent Asbury Thomas Moore University Southeast Hanover Northern Ky. State Georgetown Northern Ky. State Centre Invitational Asbury Invitational Transylvania Invitational ve Lykins, Dan Tayloe, Jerry Coy, Ed Congelton Deets Moffit CN ,M ,va K . fl: ru.: f .X. QM 'Q S 1 -1 .-GE 5 Q, E.. . K -..u - fri. F Q, " -w N. Q- 1 I 4 WAA PARTICIPATES IN CO-ED TRACK MEET The Women's Athletic Association began its year with boundball competition and finished with the T-Day swim meet. Highlights of the year were the track meet and the banquet. At the banquet Fourth Back hall was awarded the Freshman Boundball Cup, and Meg Fishler was named Referee of the Year. Delta Delta Delta sorority won the Participation Cup and the Sportsmanship Award. The Phi Muis were awarded the Outstanding Organization Cup. Tracy Heylmann and Lynn Siebers were given WAA Spirit Awards, and Ann Brown was chosen Outstanding Senior Woman. Officers were Meg Fishler4 president, E. Alverson- vice-president, Cindy Best- secretary-treasurer, Ruth Sigler- IM major sports chairman, Anne Willmotte IM minor sports chairman, Barbara Harris- extramural chairman, Deborah Clubb- publicity chair- Ill HH . Sport lst 2nd 3rd Boundball Phi Mu Frosh. Kickball Phi Mu Chi O Tri Delta Volleyball Tri Delta Phi Mu Chi O Basketball Tri Delta Sigma Kappa Chi O Softball Phi Mu Tri Delta Sigma Kappa Chi O ftiej Track Meet Phi Mu Indy Chi O Badminton Phi Mu Chi O Tri Delta Swim Meet Chi O Tri Delta Phi Mu nn.. -I., 'xi . af - . fx? ' I' " -- -v---A L, -will ' .ep ,Sv A Y if A . 4 V . - ' ' 3-," 'V .-. A.. 7 Q ' V .4 , U - N Q , 9? . , ' . fxv .V '-'ff'sln.'-Q-. ..,.h' - '--Q --Q' . 0 ,. , H, .QJSA . f L J 4 53" 3' " W S A A,r, -V X .M I , M , 'E -s.,., -' 'E -r ' 'vw "-:--U Q f4"" N? S- L- ."" ' -, - . , Q: ' - what-v..',':A X - ,wp-'N :H - -- - - - ., 5 ' - ' 'f--A-awww-f.-fire-1-.Q .sf - -fffa-6 -- '.--wg.. -- ' .Q ' --'.,. ' 'F . A .14 V'-x K I - - ..p"'- -- -A - Ag-.mm , ,-, .A -- ,- AL,,.A.,pq1- A--':n+'f,-, - ,- .,-..n. 'K fggiii-4'-i'Q, QW-5: 'Q an . ?5 'gud' 'U ... ...,,' J -fwidndi 19,51 ' M ' Qo- Ls, 45. A . .B ' '+-.5 D3 A " '- q,Js:,2""""- . .-. Y- f5i,..,.,,..7M - gf -.Nt Q' - .5-I. - N. fi? 5 Q. 1. .ecard ws, . J 12 R", 7' gift 2711-.K A.. ' S.-. Q "7 . INDIVIDUALS SHINE IN I.M. SPORTS Individual Winners Horse Shoes Tennis Pool Table Tennis Table Tennis doubles Cross Country Badminton Basketball leading scorer Bridge Bowling Free Throw Golf Archery Greg Lehr Jack Ebel Tony Samons Benji Lewis Lewis-With Harry Rankin Chris Bradley Mike Oder Codell Stilz Bill Marshall Richard Stone Steve Hoertz Dick Hall 58 Q .Q- T .L I I W I T , , . . . 'Q 1 .4 5 ' Qlff 5 xx v' A4 , AS, ,. 1,41- .":'v?1, fig ,.,-,.LQ., . 4 i -I .'i,1,,.Q:,::. - 5 y 4 4,1 U1 ,Q - .sw kb .5 c ' .in N il , ""'--- N . -4 .,, ... -X I V... 'N-X.:-. . AX- Q, Q K N aQ"X ' ' 'Q ' f"Y.k!"'f " " e , x mvixxik QW! Qu-Nw +,-'bf xewR Y N Wxsw Z , . C4 31-gNiN',gg53 X Qwixvi isa ig ,J 7 .ar I QA. ,ff V' 'wx Q 1 X H is ' -,gf X ,,,., .' 4"- .. . - ' QQQJ-.Qu ', R 1 all-"""Qf':?' ... X- x ' Q 59 Y i KA' S WIN ALL-SPORTS TROPHY Sport First Place 2 Football Sigs I Volleyball Faculty Cross Country Phi Tau Baksetball KA Wrestling Indy Bowling Sig Golf KA Softball KA Track Meet KA Swim Meet Sigs All-Sports Standings 1St KA 289 2nd Sigs 15595 3rd Indy 14592 4th PiKA 6795 5th Phi Tau 635 I . 'N ., .--' - 1,,,a.' . -5"w"',,.4""' ,.-..-.-a-s- vis 's La- ,J X. , 1-A ' gif warms L : NS N X , . -EF:-Tk 'A - -Q ,. -,f".1iNX'QH ff:-:. 'i.E--Il-Yi: Tw- MQ. - -1: - -za:-:swxsx X -N NS 4 : - 'U - - - N.-r'-,f X-X 1 X 1, -XK.5X..,X5,5 Y W X ' x. - KS , . ww: S X ., Hr" N4 ,h X - N ,r 5 pn c P. QE'-1.sn--N,,,m -..bans- 1' ire . :grin-'5 . ..f - ' ' .a ' , X S. ' K+ ". .' 'r fi '. . , - r ' .q w re N F ' 5 Fl-1 ,-..,. : f 5 ummz, bg, 'ifx ' Q Q9 . 5 .3 C AE : 'Ks ADMINISTRATION "We want to do things 1 S ,, no . ,11...., .,1.:'.,,.,w:vw A TOP LEFT TO RIGHT: Kevin R. McGuire, Dean of Studentsg Admissions officers: Mrs. Joanne Sawyer, Mr. James Millard, Miss Connie Mullins, and Mr. Larry Dykes, Dean of Admissionsg Miss Pearl Anderson, Registrarg BOTTOM: Mrs. Dolores Brown, Dean of Women and Mr. Douglas Alexander, Dean of Men. N Q N ' .Ar 5 62 I' f! - l Q? 'X f lk l- X l rr l 1' V! 4 mor students, not to them . . ." Dr. Irvin Lunger ,Jn , 'FY 1 Wy 'qC3'i- + vf 63 ,IVQ -Y , 0 I U . ig I 1 3 v ,E 1 7 + an W , I gut. ., 4. i V ' Q A 1 Q,i fl .+f' Q i K tl: L y,4,' T- ' ' .. . 4 we ECCNOMICS, PSYCHOLOGY, 1 0- Q Amiga' X 3' 5-:1 . I., W.. ,-,Qi-'ic J "sw . .' .hm SO f1,.G 1 x 'F G6 A49 " Q 4- 1 ' - ,. v r' ' V f -'Q 1 4 a ' as Y 519' Q 5 -. ,sta sa, A ,H fs- A "2 1 , " L f' - 4 gg N ' ,sy L 23' ,' ' 'U' s' "Give me a quick and dirty definition? - Dr. Dorothy Bashor "The neurotic nucleus is characterized by anxiety and defense." - Dr. Richard D. Honey. ,av We That reminds me .XY - o O x t' is ' 0 - X I gf f 1. . ' F .ww . i XX : a- 1-A t Q kb X 1 .' s- , . , ti Q. 3 E ! -S X S A 3 . . W ,e,. 9 4' ,N -. 'fQ:,Sf1reSS?i?5Lf5 X .. . - - fi ---fi - f . f - :X . - ,i if ,:, :7:-,,..g".1A3i J :' I-ff' W ' ev 'ff' .fs-be K AND SOCIULOGY of when I was in Peru . . . Dr. Cara Richards wfq N-29 2 'XXX WLS' wa., -I-fry ulag! IGTXQ f . "That joke was almost as bad as the one I told." - Mr. Green R. Miller. X X !. EDUCATION 8L PHYSICAL L I: :1, W ., nw-., - -' ' -- i3-'vi' I want you all A 1 fx fl "You can't fool the children, you Y R knowf'-Mrs. Carol W. Spotts. ' I .Q i I -'alma z ':I "Who did you say she is dating?" - -1-.l.,,.,"-N .' I Mrs. Patricia B. Deacon. .,p.. v ' I ' b 9-new-U'x"3 ' i in Q a Or 5-'Qt K qtvgwg.pQ-OA K.. g q Q ll uf K lk-fg.,+p,-I l 9 0 l I. .Q-.pg-u 5 ' w Sim? vnnlx 66 EDUCATION to really get into thisf' Dr. James M. Broadus WW f Y .KN K A , i N-, . ,,,, "And now we are going to do WHAT?" - Dr. Daniel R. Barr. "Remember the clockface the fs ' ' k ve ory o wmgmg your rac e . - Mrs. Mildred Rodes. FINE ARTS 66 Now about that Act II 4 If - e x gg 171-,. x . . -f' 4,3 , . .- .f ryxwf.-V is .3 M "Play what the little man wrote." Dr. John Sinclair. "Isch. .. Do stand." - Mr. Gary Anderson. "Oh, that piece of wood is a honey." - Mrs. Louise Calvin. lui! X Nl X Xx Xx N fl 68 X W in Qbxyyfrw -.Y 'N Stone. 'iYou're not grasping the total lmpact of the pamung P X Mr. Edward Knippers fr? ' k Sf' ': 1: H 'mfgj al.: jg .V . , ,R K 3k,.:,.bQ?N,t kits. I ' z Lf 1 I 'A 4: V ,Q " W ' h v 4- EQ Qi'.'.,X f ' N K -.. . . if 1 I 1 ' y r . 69 "Oh you did allright on the PIECE Mxss Martha Jane ENGLISH 8a FOREIGN 'GI can accept that if-Fw ewxfyi ,fx . 'link 21 HI know that it is 8:30 in the morn- ing, but I'1l try to stay awake if you willf, - Mr. Paul Andis. Q 1 Q 'F' f .- . :nl ?15: ' 1'f5x,j -'.-g 159.1 Q 4. U " H -. I:rp,ffp,, N k .. h"' f -in ' A ...., f- wg' ,KIDTA fi f+- fig? N5 fxfflfb fs D ' "IT Nw us """ I I 1 .Q " H E " v i....v.,,., mf' vfwf 1 , u ,xy A -5 1:-4"6't ' - 7' ' FL, x . . ,. xi , ,r"'. -, ,ixj .iz 1 F- 5 , A .Q Q . ., h V 70 LANGUAGES - 93 Dr. Charles M. Holmes . :-' 1 NW I '35 R9 ' 'N i I n , 5 Q. , . .Q I Q 3 1 K s , :xg els-'K x 'X K ,o . N N '. , ' ' - Ii, N ,MAN -za.. " ,l.jL3,g ,,s, - YS, n z X.. .' 'F'-5 Rxilxx'-1: ' i I a 'll' Y l 1 a R is we wN.7' 2 X 0 'x... ? L'Let's talk about the "Affairs of RX" Q K the Heartf - Mrs. Carol C. Vbxyign-si., - Duncan. "We ain't got no gerunds in Ger- A. ' I. W ,X man!" - Dr. Gerhard Probst. " ' , rw A I DJ! I Q uw u - .5 - Q .. "J , -5 'R' v . -W I 71 , N 'F -if-41 ,i .53 J J Q...-,. fwf' , 9 - HISTORY, POLITICAL SCIENCE .,. I Y4 'FP' ,. 'inn Q , -n. '. ,L ' I fl. F , I 1 f I xo ax 4 66 Did you hear the 1 so .:K' GCI . 1 am a friend of the youhger gener- ation." - Dr. Ash Gobar. "Yeah, uh, let's talk about it." - Dr. Paul Murphey. Elia im lin Ill gm HIE iii? iii! gil! sit! si? li PHILGSOPHY,-SL RELIGION one about the Vikings? 99 Dr. Joseph Binford "We're getting down to basics peo- ple." - Mr. G. Philip Points "Don't you realize that I'm the oldest living relic at Transylvania?" , . a - Dean Benjamin F. Burns. .fi If 'ai 4- 0 5 -U 2 ff A .5 ' F 73 NATURAL SCIENCE AND "Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm . We ,X .. x,,' ig W? . .. 'ww . S "If you understand dis-" - Dr. Saeed Salehi. ' "Do you see what I'm driving at?" - Dr. Rodney M. Hays, Jr. "It's like a half dozen of one and six -A of the other." - Dr. Charles H. Hag- - gard. 1 f .mr DU nr' -"W A ' ,Wx ia' 74 MATHEMATICS Mmmm all riiiiGHT! Dr. Monroe Moosnick 79 M Snap-em-shutand-pass-em-please and that's one word." - Dr. Lila Boyarsky Did you hear the one about 45f""Z:""'?? - Dr. J. Hill Hamon. 9-Qs, x - rij . t. is if -fy '37 Nr ' v - ' -., ..-.4 ft - .G . few.--J' . - X.. , .. "' '..-.4', -. A, , A 75 41 HOUSTO 'fbz'-"HS-" NAMED TOI If i. J ,V ,Il . I, -- . f g f . ,,.1,f f, 4'iXR1Aa X1 ,flu fabovej Junior Panhellenic delegates pictured are QSEATEDJ Leah Halstead, Treasurer, Maggie Ma- teerg Robin Pulleng QSTANDINGJ Jane North, Pres- identg Jan Boerschig. Officers not pictured are Kim Davidson, Secretary, and Beth Hodnette, Vice Pres- ident. frightl Inter-Fraternity Council officers are CSEATEDJ B. I. Houston, Presidentg CSTANDINGD Mike Nickell, Vice President, Steve Hoertz, Trea- surerg Bruce Coates, Pledge Coordinator, Harry Rankin, Secretary. f f f' ' ,9 9' , f ff, 5 4 4'.' I BER BREEKS . , , - A ,QQ- 5.'C,'r- f e, 55. M gi A P. " if !fif1ia.. lxh W ' iii' L3f!m'i 'N il ' 1' e5uti.fff"wl: lu llll .. ' ' tl .lim ' llll,t'lg.n5QN , 'f -lg---iQ . A Q'-T ., 5' qsnztzqgl. 33' lxiilj-.' ,.lll,' it. x::nunq.! Vx I I I nu. V 1 -f - .N J 'lllllj I -'r' . lr. I . . 3 i?7S'gg ' U e 5? Ismail. lie- . it , 'Q - ll 1 1 ,nl asm- ' " 1:-it-:tr -' 'UNF -9 ' -' 'Qt ' it ,. ,, U K . p u "49FwQ',f ips run U" it Eli... 13:2 est' PANHELL A D IFC Panhellenic and IFC sponsored several activities this year which all Greeks participated in together. Panhellenic functions included the Jersey Swap at the beginning ofthe year, the winter quarter Pledge Dance, and a car wash spring quarter. IFC members worked for the Heart Fund and visits to the Cardinal Hill Hospital were made by all four fraternities. Together IFC and Panhellenic had a watermelon feast for the student body and sponsored a carnival for T-Day. They also worked together during Greek Week showing films for the Head Start children. As another part ol' Greek Week a banquet and a dance were held. At the Greek Week banquet it was announced that Debbie Huber and B. l. Houston had been voted this year's Greek Woman and Man of the Year. tbelowb Pictured are Panhellenic delegates Debbie Huber, Rush Chairman: Tootsie Demosg Gerrye Mceceg Susan Hunter. President. Absent are Leslie Richardson, Vice President: Sue Ellen Snier. Secretary: Leah Prewitt. Treasurer. N swear -9" it sc , ' T- 7 ' I txgsfrff' Ifili'-4 -,L . Sf 1 '- ,sm-r:.,,.t' .sf wi AIJ.-5-.,,,g.f'L,,f:,1' .. if- '- li -'-.rsh-11" - Y-.-ez.: - 3.-1 -. ,fr .Q Spf- .S 77 President Tootsie Demos Vice President Elizabeth Alverson Secretary Lucy Sims Treasurer Susan Hobbs Pledge Trainers Jennifer Lail 8t Jane McGee Personnel Debbie Pollard Rush Chairman Julia Hylton Elizabeth Alverson Emily Aspley Jill Brooks Brenda Brookshire Lauren Buckley Joan Bumgardner Mary Jo Crum Ellen Crutcher Tootsie Demos Melanie Elliot Jannie Hargett Gina Harris Francis Harris Susan Hissam Susan Hobbs Lori Hoffman Susan Hunter Jimmie Hurt Julia Hylton Jennifer Lail Laura McCullough Jane McGee Maggie Mateer Gerrye Meece Janinne Morris Lacy Morris Jane North Marcia Park Edith Patten Debbie Pollard Beth Rogers Missy Saunier Joy Sausman Lynn Siebers Lucy Sims Marta Stone Pam Throckmorton Amy Trice Janell Waller Pat Whitt Betty Willmott Barbara Worthington Q PION Ns CHI OMEGA 'l N W my Shi 'vrifgal r y ' 'gifs ss? ' 'r - J .-5 ' 'Pl ' BYH "yf"f"' Xml. Et .S '-.K o " . sri' SW as X The girls of Chi Omega were active on campus this year in many ways. Among their activities were their Mother's Week- end, hosting the spring Eleusinia, contrib- uting to the Easter Seals Telethon, vol- unteering help to the tornado victims ot Stamping Ground, sponsoring a chili supper for the faculty, and hosting an alumni brunch. Chi Omegas are members of SGA, WAA, Rambler, history honorary, choir, hockey team, tennis team, and cheerlead- ing squad. The President of Panhellenic. Phi Tau Dream Girl, and a Pike Little Sister are all Chi Oas. At the end of the year Chi O's were chosen as student lead- ers Whois Who, Board of Communica' tions Chairman, AWS Vice President, and WAA Vice President. 79 The Sigs were involved this year in several organizations and activities on and around the Transylvania campus. Early in the fall Sigs served as student leaders for the new freshmen. Delta Sigs also were on the cheerleading squad, active in IFC, and a Sig was sports editor of the Rambler. The pledge class raised money by operating the concession stands at Transy bas- ketball games. In IM sports, the Sigs did well. In the fall they won horseshoes competition and their football team took the lst place trophy. The Sigs also won B-League volleyball as well. X . is f if ., 5 , V is l xr , fl I nf ' . 4-I F ' .J DELTA SIGMA PHI u v ' 7'-f 2'. C A 'L President Steve Mansfield Vice President Greg Lehr Secretary Eddie Montfort Treasurer Bill Butz Dream Girl Susan Wright Princess of the Nile Ann Kirkpatrick Desert Island Girl Deborah Clubb Delta 5igma Phi Doug Baker Kevin Bennett Randy Cooper Ben Crutcher .lack Ebel Ken Fenster Mark Gilmore Hosein l-losein Steve Madden Bill Marshall Jeff Menkes Mike Oder Harry Rankin Ken Riddle Chris Smith Don Speer Jim Wesley Jeff Whitney 81 L! Fall quarter brings with it the annual Delta flag football games in which their opponents are the campus fraternities and the independents. Also during fall quarter the Deltas entertain their parents and the faculty at their Holiday Breakfast and Apple Polishing Party. In the area of social service. the Deltas sponsored a Valentine's Day Party for the crippled children at the Shriner's Hospital and also contributed S108 to the Easter Seals telethon. During the spring the Deltas hold their spring formal, rush retreat, senior picnic, and parents' weekend. On Award's Day the Delta's recognize an outstanding Greek woman with a S100 scholarship. Active participants in campus affairs, the Deltas have members on SGA, AWS, WAA, SNEA, and Board of Communications. Deltas are also dorm counselors, cheerleaders, choir members, Lampas members, and Transylites members. The Greek Woman of the Year, KA Rose, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl, Mountain Laurel Representative, and Crimson Beauties are other titles that are held by Deltas. Delm Delia Della 82 X. It -, -. . -. , s S X ,I , mx as Y. DELTA DELTA DELTA ln T717 ,Q 'Q H. l J XY, President Mary LaMaster Vice President Suzy Franz Chaplain Mary Rankin Recording Secretary Debb Betsy Brooks Ann Brown Theadis Bryant Edith Burkholder Alice Codell Carol Codell Mary Jean Christiansen Suzi Coleman Cathy Cravens Pat Demski Vinna Dennison Donna Drake Sally Evans Tina Ferris Suzy Franz Paula Goodlette Barbara Hammett Cathy Hancock Barbara Harris Kay Highbaugh Beth Hodnette Doully Horner Debbie Huber Kathie Hultman Sally Hutchison Jennifer Jackson Sharri Kawaja Mary LaMaster Jeanne Lessner An Long Margaret Luellen Janet McGregor Kathy Milby Barbara Moore Julie Oldfield Timi Parke Lyda Phillips Robin Pullen Mary Rankin Joan Reed Leslie Richardson Judy Richmond Roseanna Royce Marty Walker Janet Whitlow Rinnie Wilson Ellen Winn ie Huber The Kappa Alpha Order had another colorful year to add to its illustrious his- tory. It all began with a most successful rush in the fall with 16 pledges added to the list of KA's. Convivium Day was celebrated to com- merorate Robert E. Lee and Old South was the next big social event. To end the year the KA's captured the IM all sports trophy. Campus organizations which KA's were active in include Lampas, choir, cheerleading squad, basketball team, golf team, Rambler, and IFC. At the Greek Week Banquet a KA was chosen as Greek Man of the Year. Kappa Alpha gill! Z KAPPA ALPHA WTI Q ...ua tb ii U its s J' . , oe 'CV fe gnc. me mga 4 if--. ...... ...vu - Film S 1 Q- .,z-Y., .af . ,"-f I 1 v :nuthin ik No. I Tom Burchett No. ll Ernie Arnold No. Ill Richard Stone KA Rose Elizabeth Alverson David Allen Ernie Arnold Jesse Backer Cary Barr Bill Bramblet Bill Brammell Tommy Breeze Tom Burchett Ballard Cassady Rick Catron David Christiansen Bill Clark David Codell Ed Congleton Kirk Correll Bill Crosby Jim Ferrera Jim Frazier Tyler French Dickie Hall Joe Harvard Steve Hoertz B. I. Houston Mike Mansfield David Marthey Roger Michael Louie Mulloy Mike Nickell Jay Noel Jim Post Jeff Shouse Cliff Smith Ronnie Snowden Billy Stilz Eddie Stone Richard Stone Jeff Thurmond Mark Turner George Van Meter Charlie Wilson President Marcia McGregor Vice President Linda Bowen Recording Secretary Laurie Steuwe Corresponding Secretary Donna Calhson Phi Directors Barb Ballmann 8a Bri Loftls Membership Director Sharon Murphy Treasurer Anne Wilmott Becky Aaron Sandy Baes Barb Ballmann Barbie Beckwith Cindy Best Jan Boerschig Linda Bowen George Butts Donna Callison Donna Casher Elaine Chachko Donna Jo Childers Debbie Clubb Gladys Cruz Kim Davidson Diane Farmer Jo Frederick Robin Grant Tracy Heylmann Margaret Holtzclaw Brenda Huddleston Terrie Isaac Linda Jackson Terry Killian Ann Kirkpatrick Debbie Lakin Kitty Leonard Briennc Loftis Debbie Mclntyre Marcia McGregor Jane Massamore Ginger Maxwell Anne Miller Sharon Murphy Nancy Osborne Mary Patterson Harriet Perry Maggie Pike Leah Prewitt Loida Robles Marilyn Rose Ruth Sigler Sue Sluder Lynn Sowders Evie Smith Laurie Steuwe Rudianne Thomas Susan Warren Pam Whittenburg Anne Willmott Barb Wilson . sr- V Qu". 1, Q Q The 1973 - 1974 school year proved to be full of excitement and activities for the Delta Theta Chapter of Phi Mu. The group picked up 19 pledges to add to the Phi Mu roll and was involved in several service projects. Phi Mu's had a party for the children at the Shriner's Hospital, bought Christmas gifts for patients at Eastern State Hospital, sponsored the .lam Session for the USS Hope. and sold Easter baskets to raise money for the Easter Seals Telethon. A Halloween party given by the pledges and a back to school party after spring break added to the social activity of the group. The spring formal was held at Lake Cumberland and a box lunch was held for the faculty. Also involved in campus organizations, Phi Mu's are dorm counselors. Lampas mem- bers, student leaders, and members of band. Transylites. SGA, history honorary. WAA. SNEA, science honorary, choir, jazz ensemble, and board of communications. The captain of the cheerleaders, new editors of both the Rambler and the Crimson. Vice President of the Student Government. President ofthe Women's Athletic Asso- ciation, President of IRC, and the new Panhellenic Rush Chairman are also Phi Mu's. 87 PHI MU The Phi Taus are very proud of their fine pledge class this year and participated in many activities with them. A party at Co- lumbia's honored the pledges who had better than a 3.0 overall average as a class and also won the spirit contest on spirit night. The Phi Taus donated over S300 for the Easter Seals Telethon for the Cardinal Hill Hospital and also sponsored a party for the children at the hospital. The annual Playboy Party was held at the Holiday Inn and a Fifties Party was held in the chapter room. Campus activities for the Phi Tau members include Lampas IFC, Board of Communications, choir, band, dorm counselors, science honorary, Rambler, Who's Who, student leaders, and tennis team. PHI KAPPA TAU .fa J.,.f '4.i Ll . 1. L .f V , onli? l iiimtirrirrin J i triilhxj l E. y r iwr Lf J 1 i P VJ V Marx t' 'i f gg J Mhrov Phi Kappa Tau ,WMS President John Williams Vice President Greg Hardy Social Chairman John Mayoue Rush Chairman Mike Ruttenberg Pledge Master Bruce Coates Treasurer Doug Smith Secretary Dan Von Koschembar Dream Girl Jimmie Hurt Richard Anderson Pete Baxter Ed Binzel Mark Bradley Mark Clevenger Bruce Coates Mark Comley Richard Comley Alan Garner Jack Hammer David Hartley Greg Hardy Julian Hurt Jim Horton Buz McQuerry John Mayoue Med Moreland Danny Mullannix Sam Nelson Charlie Newquist Tarbell Patten Tom Perlinggiere Moe Rawlings Rusty Rechenbach Bob Rose Mike Ruttenberg Mitch Shjrrell Doug Smith Todd Smith Carl Steele Tom Thornberry Dan Von Koschembar David Wallace John Williams Sky With 89 President Susan Wright lst Vice President Andi Pittenger .V , 2nd Vice President Dottie Deysher "',, ' K Corresponding Secretary Colleen Ryan x Recording Secretary Peggy Frye Treasurer Martha Nunnelly Kaye Ackerman Malinda Beal Heather Blandeau Mary Brown Betsy Burchett Christine Crabtree Ann Cudworth Lorie Davis Dottie Deysher Louise Farmer Peggy Frye Katie Gabbard Leah Halstead Joyce Hubbard Carolyn Jones Pat Kovacs Cathy Leverett Judy McEldowney Kim Mancini Kathy Martin Molly Maupin Susan Nunley Martha Nunnelly Libbi Powell Devon Query Peg Rochstroh Colleen Ryan Esther Schubert Gina Smith Sue Ellen Snier Margi Spratt Laura Sutton Diane Wood Susan Wright A 4 xlhiff 4 ix Z-4 ...Q .. ...Q .-- i ,pf SIGMA KAPPA .4 .X JS j ws!! aj."5'N .-.J taut.:-I I'- r 1' I ' ul ll' 'E I ol I I I lg " in l 'A .'.l:AII Xin..- . ltA 90 IGMA KAPPA ,x E-'Y rf i' ll-V-p . . is-A Ewa C, :ll ,S l Q .1 H rd? lil .AD ' ll . ssh. new J, .uf 1 hm' ,TYSWQ S Sigma Kappa began its 100th year in the '73 - '74 school year and it proved to he a very busy year indeed. Founder's Day was preceeded by a week ol' giving which included a mixer with the Delta Tau Delta's at Morehead. baking brownies lor the frater- nities and a tea with the Georgetown Chapter. Social service projects for the year include adopting a grand- mother, contributing money to the Maine Sea Coast Mission and the American Farm School in Salonica, Greece. and gerontology projects. Other activities ofthe chapter this year were the pledge picnic the pledge banquet. Halloween and Christmas parties. alumni tea. bridal show, formal weekend. the annual Sexy Legs contest. and a watermelon party for the faculty. Sigmas are involved in many campus activities including Lampas. student leaders, Rambler. Taylortown Tutors. science honorary. psychology club. Sigmas hold the titles or Rambler Editor, President ofthe Taylortown Tutors and Psychology Club. and Delta Sigma Phi Princess ofthe Nile. President Thomas Grumbles Vice President Stanley Tarnofsky Secretary Chris Moore Treasurer Steven Cook Sergeant-at-arms Bradley Killian Social Chairman Stephen Nunn Rush Chairman Bruce Dudley Dream Girl Ann Brown Little Sisters: Ann Brown, Lauren Buckley, Edith Burkholder, Debbie Huber, Jeanne Less- ner, Debbie Meier, Whitney O'Bannon, Harriet Perry Mark Adams James Arnold Barry Blalock Nathaniel Bosworth Scott Brown William Burgiss Charles Bond Michael Caperton Theophilus Carroll Steven Cook Earl Crow Benjamin Darby Rick Darby Bruce Dudley Robert Goldsmith Thomas Grumbles Jayson Hymes Nat Irvin Frank Kasdan James Kile Bradley Killian Kenneth Kotler John Laney Chris Moore Stephen Nunn Xavier Philip Michael Robertson Tony Samons Mitchell Shephard Garry Sorrells Robert Spradlin Robert Stiskin Stanley Tarnofsky Edwin Willson 11,35-"' Pl KAPPA f, if Y""'iQn-rw., hs, .fi 'lf 4' '5r., ,X ag Q Pi Kappa Alpha Fall quarter saw the Pikes annual Harold's Club party and also a smoker at the farm. The Pikes were active in IM sports and also collected money for the Heart Fund. Founder's Day was celebrated win- ter quarter and in the spring the Pikes contributed money to the Easter Seals Telethon. The formal was held at Jenny Wiley State Park. On campus the Pikes are members of IFC, Lampas, science honorary, history honorary, tennis team, SGA, Rambler, and student leaders. I 1 I I' i I 7' s if N fixx, L5 ' ' u I . V' " I x, LJ , " 53? L, I A Q ,Ili ,fl 'V IQVV V H ,vga Y U' ' If U 1,3 , f--45 H ,+ in Y "5 ", N S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL: Steve Garlick flndyj Tony Sammons CPikab Jack Hammer tPhi Tauj Dave Marthey CKAJ Mike Oder CSigJ Gil Wilson CStudent Assistant Directory Coach Don Lane 3 WAA: President-Meg Fishler Vice-President-E. Alverson Secretary-Treasurer-Cindy Best IM major sports chairman-Ruth Sigler IM minor sports chairman-Barbara Harris Publicity chairman-Debbie Clubb 94 df' CAMPUS GIRL SCOUTS: Janet Graves, Joy Heaberlin, Pam Scholl, Kathy Kozlowski, Linda Wing. ffm W 11 XX, fimz' ' IT Am' al' I .-f' K. - u T" suv, .UNIV"'-ITY GJ 9 X, ,l K as if' ""' l 5 TOP: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB: President- Libbi Jacobs Vice-President-Cindy Liffick Secretary-Nancy Prince Treasurer-Bill Bailey Members: Dormi Workman, Libbi Powell, Jim Moulton, Terrie Isaac, Nancy Osborne, Ann Coffey, Debbie Vanlandingham, Betsy Mc- Daniel, April Hewins, Martha Knowles, David Kendall, Marf Shopmyer, Jane Massamore, Bill McDaniel. . to f 3 -- il I, "3.- !'!!N'-n---- .fx S I S! QQ' TRANSYLITES: C0-Chairman, Robin Pullen, Alan Sealeg Members: Melinda Beal, Joe Ashby, Pat Demski, Jane Massamore, Karen McCord, Marta Stone, David Hartley, Charlie Ellis, Jan Boerschig, Missy Saunier, Marilyn Rose. Mary Rankin, Mary Patterson, Ged Dunn, Pat Lath- rem, Mary Jo Crum, I-leather Blandau, Laura Sutton, Margaret Spratt, Marty Walker, Dave Pleiness, Ioell Finney, Bob Rose, Ann Brown, Sue Peele. .v 4:5 -in U 1 K -A 1 ' I 'je' 21 l Q 3 - 4 1 ' - x '. .., 5' A, . Lx , N ', A gf al, 4 'L Q :P 'J fu I M' sg-jr 'Q-f mf' ax V- -X A 'x X Afiww 712 's 4 Tn: auf---' , .1 ' 1-in' ' ,. 4 'W'- . f MQ 1 4 5 . S i 1 - f' f ' Y viegm L 5 , - 2 - ? W E2 . ,Q W 4., ., fgr- P ,, Q ! 1 1 w , x ' A w - fx .sg --'Q - Wg, I .A 1 .... l q 2 3 1 .Jnn'1 5',....' Q :ga 'ik-5 4 ff . l X ', 11.4 , 51 4 in 5 K is ly, Q , Sm , 5 'iw Av 9 ., . . , Q W 4, 9 'A' gi BS PL' ,dh if 9-. -' 71, x Y I 1 AWS OFFICERS: PRESIDENT, Mary Ranking VICE-PRESIDENT, Susan Wright: SECRE- TARY, Meg Fishlerg TREASURER, Corby Ward, POINT CHAIRMAN, Anne Willmott, FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVE, Marty Walker. TAYLORTOWN TUTORS: Andy Pittenger, Marty Walker, Joan Baumgardner, Sheila Car- roll, Christi Carter, Betsy Isbell, Ann Coffey, Gladys Cruz, Mary Patterson. 1? 40' ' ' 4' P, ,f ' , t SNEA: PRESIDENT-Janet Graves: Vice-President-Linda Wing, Secretary-Treasurer-Christine Crab- tree. MEMBERS: Carol Codell, Theadis Bryant, Dottie Deysher, Peggy Frye. Barbara Harris. Joy I-Ieaberlin, Susan Hobbs, Terrie Isaac, Kathy Kozlowski, Karen McCord, Judy Mclildowney. Andy Pittenger, Debbie Polly, Debbie Vanlandingham, Ellen Winn. SGA: PRESIDENT-Suzy Franz: VICE-PRESIDENT-Jannie Hargett: SECRETARY-TREASURER 4Ann Brown. MEMBERS: Lucy Sims, Janell Waller, Linda Bowen, Debbie Pollard. Jennifer Jackson. Susan Hobbs, Lynn Seibers, Jane North, Ellen Winn, Mary LaMaster, Jennifer Lail. Barbara Moore, Janinne Morris, Terrie Isaac, Mark Adams, Harry Rankin, Debbie Huber. Ged Dunn. Ed Tipton. Tom Grumbles, Rick Nallinger. 97 USIC , 4,, : n,- te LW4 as TRANSYLVANIA CHORAL UNION MEMBERS: Dottie Deysher, Lucy Sims, Dwyla Ward, Janell Waller, Susan Swaffar, Joleen Frederick, Cara Richards, Rudianne Thomas, Jendra Combs, Pat Whitt, Marty Walker, Ruth Blackburn, Dan Von Koschenbahr, Mike Swaffar, John Williams, Libby Powell, Mary Rankin, Gerald Seebach, Rick Nallinger, Linda Wing, Tarbell Patten, Margaret Spratt, Marilyn Rose, Martha Anderson, Brenda Brookshire, Melinda Beal, Becky Terry, Amy Trice, Pamela Throck- morton, Carolyn Jones, Caroline Bloomfield, Judy McEldowney, Cindy Liffick, Alicia Davis, Jane McGee, Molly Maupin, Laura Lee McCullough, David Marthey, Dorothy Bashor, Barbara Beckwith, Michelle Gray, Kirk Correll, Richard Stone, John Lytle, John Harrison, C. David Haller, Joseph Binford, Carmelo Giaccotto, Diana Spangler, Jimmie Hurt, Jean Martin, Jane North, Beth Sawyer, Joell Finney, Pat Lathrem, Kris Kuppin, Jan Miller, Jeff Lewis, Bob Braun, Bob Grant, Darrel Chaney, Charles Ellis, Katie Gabbard, Becky Harper, Beth Gildard, Joyce Mervin, Janice Hargett, Lorie Davis, Kathy Martin, Elizabeth Hughart, Martha Knowles, Debbie Lakin, Pat Herren, Sheila Green, Craig Goldsmith, Harvey Davis, Tom Perlingiere, David Pleiness, Sarah Orr, Esther Schubert, Alan Seale, Carl Reinhardt, Daryl Arend, John O'NeaJ, Margaret McNece. 98 MUSlClAN'S GUILD MEMBERS: Linda Wing, Barb Ballmann, Jan Miller, John O'Neal, Mari- lyn Rose, Katie Gabbard, Diana Spangler, Judy McEldovsmey, Bob Grant, Bill Steeves, Lori Davis, Dottie Deysher, Tom Vandivier, Karl Reinhardt, Alan Seale, Debbie Lakin, Richard Anderson, Dwyla Ward. JAZZ ENSEMBLE MEMBERS: Alicia Davis, Diana Spangler, Donna Drake, John O'Nea1, Arthur Fitzpatrick, Roger Pierson, Bob Grant, Richard Anderson, Bill Steeves, Rudianne Thomas, Duane Stachler, Tom Vandivier, Alan Seale, John Lytle, John Howard. L 4 AER W' e' ni, 'tv TRANSYLVANIA CHOIR MEMBERS: Pat Lathrem, Dottie Deysher, Jan Miller, Cindy Liflick, Marilyn Rose, Judy McEldowney, Molly Maupin, Jendra Combs, Brenda Brook- shire, Joell Finney, Margi Spratt, Pat Whitt, Jane McGee, Alicia Davis, Marty Walker, Laura Lee McCollough, Martha Knowles, Michelle Gray, Caroline Bloomfield, Debbie Lakin, Jan- nie Hargett, Carolyn Jones, John Lytle, Jeff Lewis, Bob Braun, Dave Marthey, Charles Ellis, Kirk Correll, Rick Nallinger, David Kendall, Alan Seale, Tarbell Patten, Karl Rheinhart, Carmelo Giaccotto, Craig Goldsmith, Dan von Koschembahr, John Williams, David Pleiness, Richard Stone, Tom Perlingiere, Daryl Arendg Conductor, Gary L. Anderson. TRANSYLVANIA WIND ENSEMBLE MEMBERS: Brienne Loftis, Diana Spangler, Corby Ward, Esther Schubert, Donna Drake, Cathy Leverett, Nancy Griswold, Leah Prewitt, Ed Tipton, Joy Heaberlin, Sheila Green, Dwyla Ward, Frances Martens, Lori Davis, Kathy Martin, Randy Hancock, Frank Lilly, Peg Rockstroh, Julie Sullivan, Sandy Baes, John O'Neal, Arthur Fitzpatrick, Barbara Ballmann, Mike Crow, Bill Steeves, Becky Terry, Richard Anderson, Bob Grant, Rudianne Thomas. Bill Bailey, Daryl Chaney, Charlie Newquist, Duane Stachler, Lewis Bosworth, Kris Kuppin, Tom Vandivier, Alan Paisley. 99 DORM COUNSELORS: WOMEN: Ann Brown, Barb Ballmann, Pat Whitt, Meg Fishler, Jennifer Lail. MEN: Bob Heipler, Kim Gelke, Rick Nal- linger, Pete Baxter, Wayne Williams, Richard Anderson, Jeff Bell, Head Resident- Dean Doug Alexander. 100 ,ul-' BIG BROTHERS: Jeff Bell 101 A 'ala nl 2 sf- .' ,X Q rr .1 hf J , ,. lf- '- imma' .af 'I TRANSYLVANIAN STAFF: Editor-Leah Prewitt, Debbie Clubb, Lydia Hodson, Dan Von Koschembahr, Adviser-Dr. Bill Heath. RAMBLER EDITORIAL BOARD: Editor-in- ChiefYSusan Nunley, News Editor-Julia Hyl- ton, Feature Editor-Janinne Morris, Sports EditorAChris Smith, Photographer-Charles Wilson. QQ? 4-w 9 'x--47 RAMBLER STAFF: Susan Nunley, Julia Hylton, Janinne Morris, Chris Smith, Charles Wilson, Mike Robertson, Steve Madden, Meg Fishler, Cindy Best, Deborah Clubb, Mary Jo Crum, Terrie Isaac, Kathy Martin, Jane McGee, Timi Parke, Billie Perkins, Harry Rankin, Joy Sausman, Rinnie Wilson, Anne Emerson, Beth Rodgers, Julie Sullivan, Gina Harris, Adviser-Dr. Helen Irvin. 102 G I . .4 .,, .ggi ,wif 'Zta X Wiz Ar-,:, ltr, J 1 q . -1 P ' ' , , V , 3, , . xl. l' rQy.A1'SI LU 'Lg ' Hu. .. N, '- . fgigngf fy' i .4 '---.r ,Ravi F J iv-"P 'if ui. Qs. L., ...-i 'D ..-.-N. " N. ,....-5' A 1 M .,-gl" 1:3 C, 3 BOARD OF COMMUNICATIONS: Chairman- Sheila Green, Vice-Chairman-Debbie Huber, Secretary-Mary LaMaster, Head Photogra- pher-Charles Wilson, CRIMSON Editorf Brienne Loftis, CRIMSON Rep.-Terrie Isaac, RAMBLER Editor-Susan Nunley, RAMBLER Rep.-Janinne Morris, TRANSYLVANIAN Editor-Leah Prewitt, TRANSYLVANIAN Rep.-Debbie Clubb, Members-at-Large: Bruce Coates, Dan Von Koschembahr. Adviser- Annette Mayer. 4--x.. ,. 'US 5 CRIMSON STAFF: Editor-in-Chief-Brienne Loftis, Assistant Editor-Terrie Isaac, Sections as follow with the editors listed t'1rst: Events-Rudianne Thomas, Mary Patterson, Sports-Karen Campbell, Tracy Heylmann, Laura Lee McCullough, Nancy Osborne, Lynn Seibers. Facultyeloe Ashby, Lydia Hodson, Pam Whittenburg. Greeks-Terrie Isaac, Sue Sluder, Evie Smith. GROUPS-Eula Noel, Sherri Williams, Karen Jackson, Beth Rodgers. Honors-Laura Sutton, Wendy Dewitt. Classes-Becky Aaron, Debi Burchett. Seniors-Peggy Frye, Diane Farmer, Nancy Simonson, Janell Waller. Adviser-Annette Mayer. CRIMSON PHOTOGRAPHERS: Charles Wilson, Mike Robertson, Cindy Best, Steve Madden. 103 :L i ,.,, V ' Iggy' 4 'H 1 ' 1. 5' ' 1 3 1 sf Q n' H may 93: . 'Jw . 1 'iq' 'Y' Lv . , '5"1f11 40 9 44-Y M ii VQQQJ. f v 1 f' w '- A g 9- 4 Ii xd , Q K 'X ' If n J" ,ff , ' Q5ffip.sQ M, NT. " Yi 1. . R CRIMSON BEAUTIES TOP-FRESHMAN: 'IARGARET LUELLEN LEFT-SENIOR: SUSAN HUNTER RIGHT-SOPHOMORE MARY JEAN CHRISTIANSEN - 5 J X N X X -as 4 9 l: N' 'filw-1 ' A X 1, I: .10 2, " 4 -3 Q: xi V A ,, . ,"lvl i'? ,fx H . Egg? 1' Q . . ,B 14' A Kg .sisiifffffi s . - Q -g L Q. ff . ' ' , g , ' 's 'if' w, ,N . c4.1" ' if 'ul' ' ' ie 0 "' ' -.Q - ...V tdflswa.. -V " ' 'N -0' ' . , 1 F ' 15:5 , v-.. Rx w. . t WOMEN STUDENT LEADERS: l-'RONT ROW: Jan Boerschig, Rudiunne Thomas, Nancy Simonson, June North, Emily Aspley, Sandy Baes, Loidu Robles. SECOND ROW: Malinda Anne Beal, Leah Halstead, Jennifer Jackson, Libbi Powell, Beth Rodgers, Laura McCullough, Barbara Moore. ABSENT1 Rebecca Ann Terry, Marty Walker, Nancy Osborne. WHO'S WHO: BACK TO FRONT: John Williams, Mary Rankin, Rick Nallinger, Jannie Hargett, Jennifer Lail, Libbi Jacobs, Susan Nunley, Tootsie Demos. ABSENT: Ann Brown, Suzy Franz, Mary LaMaster, Laurie Stuewe, Wayne Williams. HOLLEIAN SOCIETY SPRING INDUCTION: Steve Bruno, Shearle lfurnish, Karen Borneman, Kim Gelke, Elizabeth Blackford, Tom Burchett. ABSENT: James Moak. LAMPAS: LOWER LEVEL: Jennifer Lail, Jannie l-Iargett, Tootsie Demos, Susan Nunley, John Williams, Richard Nallinger. ABSENT: Wayne Williams, Susan Franz, Sharon Murphy, Laurie Stuewe, Mary LaMaster, Susan Wright, Bill Davis. NEW LAMPAS: Marilyn Rose, Julia Hylton, Libbi Jacobs, Dave Marthey, "En Al- verson, Bruce Coates, Janinne Morris, Chris Smith, Janet Graves, Mary Rankin, Brienne Loftis. ABSENT: Barbara Ballmann, Dottie Deysher, Evie Smith, Linda Bowen, Ann Brown, Cathy Cravens, Tom Grumbles, Susan Hobbs, Marcia McGregor. 'K to X, 1 Xf ll, S :J , IW W WSW .Tim U pm , A313 -QU ,ff . . -re- ' f ' ,,,f-aff' F? vb 3 .ax .- ' ff -t - 'if f ll: f, fg 2 , , 1 N1 "' T 'lffy - ll'- Plll ALPHA THETA: lfIRS'l' ROW: Spence Millard, Doug Godbee, Julia llylton, Dr. Bin- ford. SECOND ROW: llarry Rankin, Kenneth lfenster, David Threlkeld. ABSIQNT: Janet Graves, Leslie Richardson, Daniel Hammond, Craig Goldsmith. MEN STUDIALNT LliADliRS: FIRST ROW: Ben Crutcher, Joe Ashby, Dave Hartley, Kenny Riddle. SIQCOND ROW: Alan Scale. Tom Per- lingiere, Rusty Reehenbaeh, Bill Brammel, Doug Baker. ABSliN'l': Michael Caperton, Mark Clevenger, Jim Horton, Mitch Shirrell, liddie Stone, Mark Turner, David Wallace. Sky With, Bill Brown. SCHCNCIC HONORARY: Karen Borneman. Steve Bruno. Torn Burehett, Ann t'nl't'ey, Steve Cook. Bill Davis, Diane lfarmer, Kim Gelke, Carmelo Giaeeotto, Janet Graves, Alan Guthrie, Susan llolvbs. Julian Hunt, Jay Hymes, Jennifer Lail. Bill McDaniel, Rick Nallinger, Peggy lrye, James Price, Rieliartl Stone, lid Lipton. Joe Webb, Mary Welding, John Williams, Steve Jeffries. Wayne Williams. Barry Wainscott, Cindy Liffick, Vilma Denison, Suxan llabberfield, Stuart Loxwie. Renie Bray. Charlex Houk, Glen Catlett, Greg Shields. llOLLl-YIAN SOCHLTY WINTICR INDUCTION: l'lRS'l' ROW: Belinda Row. Libbi Jacobs, Rena Gardner, Mary Welding, Debbie Vanlandingliam, Colleen Ryan. SVCOND ROW: Mary Beth lt ly, Larry Moore, Doug Godbee. gf. mx? 'fr If' I . .5 t as R ii 1... V 'X of.: 52 -szfia'-fi' QQ 2 xv' PIONEER ATHLETIC SPORTS BANQUET Ted Thompson Jrm Blven Tlrn Taylor Jay Noel Dale Cosby Dan Hardaway AWARD Steve Musgrave Iree throw Percenta e Dale Cosby Reboundm, Award Jay Noel and .hm Blven Dale Cosby Scholarshrp Award Dan Hardaway Most Asslsts Award T1m Taylor and Dale Cosby Lynn Stewart Award Steve Mus rave Ireshman Award .lay Noel Most Valuable Player Dale Cosby WOMEN S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SPIRIT AWARD Tracy Heylmann Lynn Slebers ALL SPORTS TROPHY RA s N., V7 Sw? 'A -mi, . . 1 A Qi""!'i L' , a lr L I ,I if ,CWM I LYDIA TODHUNTER CUP: Terrie Isaac, VIRGINIA BOWMAN CECIL AWARD: Janin- ne Morris, DELTA DELTA DELTA FRESH- MAN CUP: Sky With, TRANSYLVANIA LEADERSHIP AWARD: Bruce Coates. DR. WHITEHOUSE PRE-MED AWARD: Rick Briggs and Tom Burchett. MAXINE TROXEL MacINTYRE BIOLOGY AWARD: Mary Weld- ing. STEPHEN AUSTIN AWARD: Sky With, Jim Horton. Absent: Brynn Rentz, Robert Roberts, Nancy Simonson, Becky Terry, Rudianne Thomas, David Wallace. HENRY CLAY AN AWARD: Barbara Worthington. LEADERSHIP AWARD 109 -.ra U ,Agfa jd. 1 3 AW- VX 1 I Q: I .. I I 2351313 Bi. I Wm Q... 1. i V9-f-I I DELTA CHI ALPHA INDUCTION: Kathy Martin, Terrie Isaac, Timi Parke. Absent: Karen Campbell, Peggy Frye, Alex Krislov, Bill Fuller, Rudianne Thomas, Harry Rankin, Mike Robert- son, Debbie Clubb. SIGMA KAPPA MUSIC AWARD: Marilyn Rose, PHI KAPPA TAU HEDRICK CUP: Sigma Kappa Sorority, TRI DELTA SCHOLARSHIP AWARD: Melinda Beal, DELTA SIGMA PHI CRIMSON CUP: Rick Nallinger. Absent: DELTA SIGMA PHI INSALUTATUS AWARD: David Hunziker, CHI OMEGA SOCIAL SCI- ENCE AWARD: Debbie Vanlandingham. GREEK AND LITERARY AWARDS 110 JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR: Susan Nunley. DELCAMP EASSAY AND SPECIAL MERIT: Shearle Furnish, left. Absent: Larry Moore. DELCAMP CREATIVE WRITING AWARD: Bill Fuller, right. Absent: Alex Krislov, Teresa Whitaker, Leah Prewitt. .YQ 5159 I I AQ Jw ew, - Ji? PHI KAPPA TAU FACULTY MEMBER OF THE YEAR: Dr. Charles Haggard TRANSYLVANIA CHOIR OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN AWARD: Alan Seale, SENIOR MEMBER SCHOLASTIC AWARD: Richard Stone, TRANSYLVANIA CHOIR AWARD: Rick Nal- linger. SPANISH HONORARY: Miss Julia Quirch, Stuart Lowrie, Elizabeth McDaniel, Linda Hi- vick, Martha Shopmyer, Dr. Thomas Lathrop, 111 is , ' 'QM A-' lin x!-5 fl s- .1 X-.i'-" 4. " si 1 if . .mt N van' ft. A f'r"' RECIPIENTS OI" AWARDS NOT PICTURED: STUDENT GOVERNMENT AWARD-Terrie Isaac. LEXINGTON BUSINESS AND PRO- FESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB AWARD- Barbara Worthington. BARBARA ANN'S SCHOOL OF DANCE AND THE SOUTH- LAND EXCHANGE CLUB THEATER AWARD-Jahangir Salelii. AMERICAN SOCI- ETY OF WOMEN ACCOUNTANTS AWARD- Linda Hurte. WALL STREET JOURNAL AWARD! Elizabeth Alverson. BECKY AARON. '77 Dawson Springs, Ky. MARK ADAMS. '77 Cleveland, Tenn. DAVID ALLEN, '77 Louisville, Ky. JOE ASHBY, '77 Owensboro, Ky. EMILY ASPLEY, '77 Glasgow, Ky. SANDY BAES, '77 Oak Ridge, Tenn. BARBARA BALLMANN. '75 Waukesha, Wis. MALINDA BEAL, '77 Lexington. Ky. CARLYN BIMEL, '77 Cincinnati. Ohio JANICE BOERSCHIG. '77 Cincinnati, Ohio KAREN BORNEMAN, '75 Middletown, Ohio KENNETH BOYD. '77 Paducah, Ky. BILL BRAMMEL, '77 Eminence, Ky. BILL BROWN, '77 lfrankfort, Ky. MARY BROWN, '77 Lexington, Ky. SCOTT BROWN, '77 Muncie, Ind. JOAN BUMGARNER, '77 Wilmington, Ohio DEBI BURCHETT, '77 Naples, Italy ELIZABETH BURCHETT, '77 Prestonsburg. Ky. THOMAS JOHN BURCHETT, '75 Prestonsburg, Ky. STAN BURLEW, JR., '77 Owensboro, Ky. BILL BUTZ, '75 Bellevue, Ohio PHIL CARROLL, '77 Charleston, S. C. CHRISTI CARTER, '77 Bowling Green, Ky. RICK CATRON, '75 Winchester, Ky. im. ev' . 5 g ' , fi . 'Q 67 J Y Yr? X I i ir- J' i 39 ... I I 3 -- ff" , . S L Wiz YN 3 X uk ji V 1 A . - , ffl, 1- f Ll' X,' I 7 . . ,Fx 'QA ii' :is ucv' hiwxumQm. 'V Q DARREL CIIANEY. '77 Henderson, Ky. DAVID C'IIRISTlANSI'.N, '76 Alexandria. Vu. MARY .IITAN CIIRISTIANSI-'N Birminglium. Alu. MARK C'LLVI.NGI.R, '77 Lwuixu. Ky. DIISISII CLUBB. '76 Pleusureville. Ky. GEORGE ANN COLLINS. '76 Lexington. Ky. JLNDRA CONIBS. '77 I3e1itIyviIle,Ky. RICIIARD COMLIY, '77 Nieltolusville, Ky. KIRK CORRI1LL,'77 Somerwet, Ky. ICLLYN CRUTCIIER, '75 Louisville, Ky. LORIE DAVIS. '76 Owensboro, Ky. WIYNDY DLWITT. '77 Louisville. Ky. DONNA DRAKE. '77 Iiurdmown. Ky. JACK IiBI4L. '77 Ozik Ridge. Tenn. CIIARLI1SI'LLIS,'77 Nlempliis, Tenn. MARY BETH IfI.Y. '75 Lexington. Ky. ANNIQ IQNILRSON. '77 Oak Ridge. Tenn. LINDA I RANK. '77 Somerset. Ky. .IOLI ILN IfRI.D1QRICK. '77 West Liberty. Ky. RLFTII I'RII1DLY. '77 Louisville. Ky. MEG I'ISHLIfR. '75 Rockville. Md. DONNA GLASSIORD. '77 Lexington. Ky. CRAIG GOLDSNIITII. '75 Norwalk, Conn. ROBIN GRANT, '77 Louisville. Ky. DEBBIE GRII ITITII. '77 Nieliolusville. Ky. LEAI-I IIALSTEAD, '76 Oak Ridge. Tenn. KATHY HARDIGREE, '77 Lexington, Ky. GINA HARRIS, '76 Paris, Ky. JILL HARRIS. '77 Lexington, Ky. DAVID HARTLEY. '77 Lawrcnceburg, Ky. TRACY HEYLMANN, '77 Monticello, Ky. LYDIA HODSON, '76 Lexington, Ky. MARGARET HOLTZCLAW Stanford, Ky. JIM HORTON, '77 Oak Ridge, Tenn. JOHN HOWARD, '77 Prestonburg, Ky. JOYCE HUBBARD, '77 Chapel Hill, N. C. RENEE HUEY, '77 Walton. Ky. LINDA HURTE. '76 Lancaster, Ky. SALLY HUTCHISON, '77 Columbia, Ky. TERRIE ISAAC, '75 Lexington. Ky. JANE ISAACS, '77 Flatwoods, Ky. JENNIFER JACKSON, '77 Magnolia. Ky. KAREN JACKSON, '77 Paris, Ky. CURTIS JONES, '77 Azores, Portugal SHARRI KAWAJA, '75 Hazard, Ky. ANN KIRKPATRICK. '75 Beckley, W. Va. KRIS KUPPIN, '75 Greenville. Ohio DEBRA LAKIN, '77 Morris Plains, N. J. KAREN LEWIS, '77 Charleston, W. Va. AN LONG, '77 Mt. Sterling, Ky. t t I . A V ,L 3 'ii if "7 in . , Q A sl' H , 4 I x x -q a x 'J' .I I. mfg K s n.,f wx ",'SE'ff., L-" .l ' 'll war - i R ' ' x ' 5 Q If It X t it Qifv G A f' 'B ali . ll 'A . ' 5' Q Q - .1 x I A 4 .5 . U ,.. . ..., 3 If, it K. X . f 4? DAVL MARTIIEY. '75 Apple Creek. Ohio KATIIY MARTIN, '75 Lcxington. Ky. MARGARET MATLLR. '75 Lexington. Ky. KAREN MuCORIJ. '75 Louisvillc. Ky. BI.N MuC'ORMlCK. '77 Mt. Sterling, Ky. LAURA LILE MCCULLOUGH Ashland, Ky. DEBBIE MCINTYRL, '77 Georgetown. Ky. MARGARET MCNILCE, '77 Lexington. Ky. GERRYI4. MIILCF. '75 Somerset. Ky. KATHY MILBY, '77 Danville, Ky. ANNE MILLER, '76 Nevada. Iowa .IAN MILLER, '76 Louisville, Ky. BARBARA MOORE, '77 Chattanooga, Tenn. JANE NORTH, '77 Saratoga.C:1lil'. SUSAN O'QUINN. '77 Ashcamp, Ky. NANCY OSBORNE. '77 Elizabethtown, Ky. BOB PAINTER, '77 Louisa. Ky. TIMI PARKE. '76 Ashland, Ky. JOHN PARSONS. '77 Berea. Ky. EDIE PATTEN. '77 Cleveland, Tenn. TARBELL PATTEN. '77 Chattanooga. Tenn. MARY PATTERSON, '77 Paducah, Ky. FRED PETERS, '77 Lexington, Ky. DAN PEYTON, '77 West Liberty, Ky. DAVID PLEINESS, '77 St. Louis. Mo. DEBBIE POLLARD, '75 Eminence, Ky. LIBBI POWELL, '77 Huntsville, Ala. JAMES PRICE, '75 Cynthiana, Ky. PHYLLIS PRUITT, '76 Wooster, Ohio BRAD PUCKETT, '75 Eminence, Ky. RUSTY RECHENBACH, '77 Frankfort, Ky. BOB ROBERTS, '77 Cleveland, Ohio PEG ROCKSTROI-I, '76 Lexington, Ky. MISSY SAUNIER, '77 Lexington, Ky. ESTHER SCHUBERT, '76 Leipsic, Ohio ALAN SEALE, '77 Indianapolis. Ind. CHERYL SHAFOR, '77 Middletown, Ohio TIM SHAW, '75 Cincinnati, Ohio LYNN SIEBERS, '77 Fulton, N. Y. WOODY SLADE, '77 Lexington, Ky. SUSAN SLUDER, '77 Oak Ridge, Tenn. EVIE SMITH, '75 Oak Ridge, Tenn. DEBBIE SNYDER, '77 Lexington, Ky. LYNN SOWDERS, '77 Cumberland, Ky. DIANA SPANGLER, '76 Zanesville, Ohio '2' 5+ J ' if 1' . ' N5.9Efa.i ' h 1 'Q 9' " - 29 - Lf .. . 1 . .s-fbi ' Q " I .fl 317. 4 'L is 5- D., "ff" 3. E ,,' i r,...' ii Ni iizglr- "'11ff . ' at wi bf I Ilia is Wil, w .L X. "' x i XL, fx, Q. H Xxx ji ,. fr Q X 1 X X ff . Nix DON SPEER, '76 Cranford, N. J. MARGI SPRATT, '77 Weston, Mo. EDDY STONE, '77 Winchester, Ky. MARTA STONE, '77 Charleston, W. Va. KAREN SWANGO, '77 Florence, Ky. 'U' 'Q ,CN ,..! 09,0 00:09 :0 oo l, Y? MARY TLESDALL, '77 Lcxington. Ky. RLBI-.CCA TL1RRY.'77 Lcxington. Ky. RUDIANNIZ THOMAS, '77 Ilopkinsvlllc. Ky. PAM THROCKMORTON. '77 W'rnchcsIcr. Ky. AMY 'I'RIC'l'. '77 'I usuuloosa, Alu. TON1 VANDIVI R. '77 Dayton. Ohio GLORGII VAN MLTI R, '77 Wmuhcstcr, Ky. STLVL VANZANT. '77 New Pam. Ohio MARTY WALKLR. '77 Stanford, Ky. .IANL LL WALLLR. '77 Wrnuhcstcr. Ky. TODD WALTON, '77 I lcmmgsburg. Ky. CORBY WARD. '76 Gardner. lll, DWYLA WARD. '77 Gardner. Ill. SARAH WATSON, '77 Henderson. Ky. SALLY WLLLS. '77 Brrrnficld. Shaw. MARTHA LU WI-ST. '76 N1onticcllo.Ky. JANLT WHITLOW. '75 Arlington, Vu. Jl'I-'Ik WlIITNlfY. '77 Long Island. N. Y. PAfX1WHlTTl'Nl3L'RG.'75 Oak Ridgc. Tcnn. BARRY WILDING. '75 Lcxmgton. Ky. SIILRRI WILLIAMS, '75 Lnwrcnucburg. Ky. ANNI-' WILLMOTT. '75 Paris. Ky. BLTTY WTLLMOTT. '76 Paris. Ky. IQLLIN WINN, '75 Ashland. Ky. SKY WITH. '77 Lexington, Ky. A mn Claudia Steele Carol Codell Kurt Weiss, Leah Prewitt Bob Grant Jeanne Lessner Connie Milligan Lacy Morris Bill Bailey Frank Riforgiato Chris Herrick 118 L55 Wx RP'-.'1 ly 2. '-'e 'I if -ffl as ' "2 -f wx -! . fn '-v-ya-., Q. W5iunQ f N-lips ! 1 1 Sify -K ""lllnq., ..5 gl ,Q I cannot afford to waste my time making money. 120 Louis Agassiz ' if J-. 'S il-ffffa rf- ,p f x In 0 , fag l 'T Jug -'N - Ff-:. QQ Z, 4Qlf . Y Xsulr .tv R :E " 3471: "Y"2' X?-zysl' I' 4-42 'E-' 9-' Aff? x.g,Wf" 2, fl,-v-'WL . ' - .A----A xygi Ai' 'R' t'i'?-ri, 4:21- A'-'Lf Mary Welding Andy Oppel Janet McGregor Katie Gabbard Julia Hylton Jay Hymes Jerry Greil Beth Gildard Wayne Williams 121 NX Z Bob Braun Bob Heipler Dan Von Koschembahr Barbara Harris John Lytle Stan Tarnofsky Kathy Kozlowski Doug Smith Pam Scholl Alan Guthrie William Familusi Libbi Jacobs Howard Phillips, David Threlkeld itil' fN'X ""'7 What I have learned, I know no longer. The little I still know, I have guessed. Nicolas Chamfort Twill- YM 'f- S-v J, tat? . aJ1:w3C'1fava'f"g x "-AQ ,Q Y! -1 1 J fir? .gf '- -f' ' Y S ' -, ' 4' W -"- ww- - A -V J:-'ffrr ' .. .f . 2-1' 3' JB -, ,. :,pi.4aaa .ffi ,' ., 'Q if gh gf f 12 +2 N MW ., . 1:.y.v- - .-.ff, 'w.1s ,, , I N , . f' " 15' 4 if - 'ig f- If 'K N . 'H 21, 22 ' vu ' f if L'ZL": ' x, N Q F 6' ' . ',j,,fv-if" f V. 1 ' Q 3 Y if 'gg 6 KI' F' 4 - 5 II, ,T - 1 jj 1 Y 6' 1249 :viii 4 7 if X is is Q '.'. fix-15,1 IAQ . I f 5 ' . ' ' -. 31' , ,1: 1'fA 4. ' A - , N N K - I -' - -f I x. W P Rkmos r W x , SL K wa' . -Q ,' Q 1 ,- , . , , mi, f " . QQ! X 3 'K N RESER ED W Fon PRESIDENT .K DHA - my 4 , : , I., ':'T'iifa:' .fffm-V ' Q, fm Vi 1- v , , '3z:fgs, M , is . b, XXA wif' . iw' "-K?11"f'1'NQmr-:Q-- , if . -- ""5,y Q - N Q if if 4.1 , 4 J k, 5 X, Q xg X il ,xx tg JI- f Q : N4 'Rag S is . ff Affll- '- mr X x - -211 v- , gn . V- 1, A -f 1 ' X az- 3 ' ,353 mf' I '..:.5-V-nj. H .N-Lg, , kc ' X ,l l J :- 'ii-Ffh - , h -will 1.4 . A " . 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Richard Stone Abe Cardwell Roseanna Royce Marcia McGregor 129 N ,. .34 HREF . . . , :.ign. Us A-,J ,MK an ,nl Q , . .N ' - eau 4, ,F P ig g .Te , v 1 V i s l l l 1. 4 s W l l i iso' Laurie Stuewe Tootsie Demos David Johnson Bill Steeves Jackie Donnelly Kathy Hancock, Mark Comley Caroline Bloomtield Tim Scott Susan Wright Carmelo Giaccotto 130 Lucy Sims Susan Habbertield i New ft... -5 1 X. In , ,5-9--i ff-.. , .IF t we Lvl, . haf Q .i is ,V , 1 f 1- fa' ,Q YS 1 Ur, v ' 1 is ip. 45, 1? fva After enough time has passed, all memories are beautiful. 131 August Strindberg 'SQ . . if L 5 ., ' fy 4 if Q, Q ,Yi--' lx "I , qu 5 tg ' ., -"fb ,: ' . 5 .H .l , , . f 1 -Fx' Q1 w :M QQ ' PL ' 5:53 1- at . ' I' ! - ,. 11' ' .fff ,Dfw . ,., ,,V, , --' f , Af- .-v K' ...il f'e-sxl it a 'S l A2 'T' Brad Killian, Debbie Meier Stan Simundle Jack Stapleton Harriet Perry Donna Callison Jannie Hargett. Rick Nallinger Ann Brown Mary Lalwlaster 133 Bob Goldsmith -swat 1 ' ?5'?1 . ,I V, . li,-Ao': ,n ra--A - 3- f- A - r 'f -c s .319 'Q .f V! v7 va 'Af ' - as Q . . .y. , ,xx G fy ' -no 3 Q ' "1gQQ.:i'f?7S', .I 3'bt'i',J,l.? .- -- 2- . . - , CQ 'LM inf-2' A , f ' I ,.,,,,. -.3 . ' ffffil' :- xg ,Q 1 X ' ,- fa H Q .ff , ij, 1,1 A v 4: YA g.3a'f'E f ? 1 4 .1 ." '.-.1j5t- Q4 ,i ' .1 V- ' -- - .f"'i '-523 ., I 1 -A 1:5 - -. ,.-4 Fr- . N . :F .1 ,F- M , tr Q .N ,.. .4 . V . Q. "4 391. -.f . , .,. 1 R -,,, ,.,-1.--. . f - ..,, Nr.. A , N- . Si A : 'fig -.f:-,F ' 4 X5., U 1 -Nr 7.-,..,'-4-V - -V . - Y.,- 'F' ,i , '-1 - V NN 'Liffjgg-2'j: K. , .fezPfx.'-2.1.5, ' fJ5j.Ififf V1 'lg . 4 f - -' -"" -'-. 1,-1.41 1,-fvffe-V-A rf. ' u 9- ,Us N, ,W-1. -,Y .-- :Q:x.f3H'f -, N I -1- ffxff-zwzE,:fff5'l2Tf"'Q Y . a- -f .:..e f-ff 'X ' u J' wir, , -J -'Yun "Wy . -- ,, , 'A V l' " 4 Q. Y, 5-7-' Ak . sf' v xr,-Az A. .- Q I Y N, 4. 3. k. f- -3-'fp-...ref If P- 44 Q---an-l r -ac .-gi. V ' f , ?f2,s:m,, .. ,V , 7 ., -'23 ' ' 4,21 Very little is needed to make a happy life. lt is all within yourself, in your way of thinking. Marcus Aurelius 135 Q . 'Iii ,'- --2A , ml-J, , -w .5 YI 9 X M, V , v a Q HQ?" ' X y 1 , . hq, W , 1? 'I .la . ss . 1 1 1 A 1 k L' 'K . ,v , aff, - 4 x Q1 w a 111+ - .zz sy if ,ln E 1' ' 'Q f 'Q .4 , Q f -I 'Q X: , , N 41'-"fa J- 1 ' V ' il 1 . Tiki: fuk Y, E 1 I X ,, Aff- ' r , 1 1 N ' A '-Si-5,35 " '1 N. ' l ' 1 x 1 Y ' A 4 :Eff , 4 L lf X --in 1 ' -. , , ,L . Q 5 P, 1 L71 1' ' i 'qi 'N ' ' -' ' ' :- . ' 1 .i 5 1 ' W f- , 3 ,X 1 3 1 A - X A1 E S fx: is ' ...ggi 'I , 7 I X 1 ,1!1uMV,, ' a 'Qi-Q' - ., 4-5,5 - I -W , . -, ,, 1 ff- x -' ' A .,- ' ' 'lf , ' l:H,:'l ,Io - . -1 . ..., v. D .H .- - I- .'l " ' " , Tir. I.. -anti. H, su -X k 1 , ..,g .i--- .,.--- l . gn... ---.---:gear -w.wiEifL.,! - ' fax' ""f"i'fifiif1ea' '.-, 1 g..,i 'f1'f'!-e-1--M.gr . 'f --f-"'- -., , ., I' - fn-- df l I-L3 f , . , Mfn. X .Q .,::f:?-1 U . 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L , .1 , ...' :TZ ' - 1- ' A , , 1 , ZZ rf ? 's 4,3- ' -ws, f " , '44 'F' ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' I ! E V : i L - . ' " 4 ' 5. .' P l N I K Z V ' . . -.D F h J K J" rf' iid! f , s I , L " Y -ff ' .X- ' " -' -'-'11, Q I ? f ff,-'3' . ' I C ,- A ' Q l , WA , -,xy 2' . E 5, N ' - " .- Q - Q ' l Y " 'zz' - I A 4 --, :', 5 Y ' - Ii ff' - ' .af , : S 11", -5713-eb, Y -'S' f - d.,v"'--Vw ,e , 5, Q f 4. P kfqw 1, -5 ' 5 f . ., . b - ,x ,rv . , p:+Q.,,,wQ 1 K 4 5 if - if . 1' 1 f ' K' A - . ., 4-5 . . ' - - ? .1 4 . i 1 Q .1 V "x 3 mi!! Q g.. John Williams Susan Nunley Sheila Green John Aregood Susan Hobbs Suzy Franz Francie Harris Torn Grumbles Debbie Huber Sue Ellen Snier Barbara Beckwith Annette Stoll 137 11' 'ltr- -- L1--Lrfl r,-Y .f- 1-vi' ef na , - Ia? 4 Y Steze 31213 :T gi ll Sieve C-2 Q11 Jeff Men!-ces 5 4Yx inf Q' fivx by S. 4 ,AA I 21 ,li 'X. I vw 3.1-mu jx, xi May the saddest days of our future be no worse than the happiest days of our past. JUNE 2, 1974 DEPARTMENTAL HONOR RECIPIENTS: Susan Franz, business administration: Kurt Weiss. philosophy: Doug Godbee. political sci' ence: Deborah Vanlandingham. psychology: Ann Riggs, spanish: Jannie Hargett. education: Elinor Krabill, french: Alan Cordial. drama: Brad Killian, history: Robert Grant, musicg Wayne Williams, biology: Alan Guthrie. physicsg John Lytle. computer science. Not photo- graphed: Belinda Congleton Rose, English: Julia Hylton, intercultural studies: Larry Moore, humanities: Hetty Nuckols, physical education: Andrea Pittenger, education: Joseph Webb, mathematics. '5What Transylvania has given you, I hope and trust, is something of the spirit of the pioneers who founded this university, building communities out of the forest as they helped build a nation f and looking not to paternal govern- ment to protect them from all sorts of perils, but to their own ingenuity and skills and courage. "There never was a better time to be hopeful, to be am- bitious for success in your chosen work, in short, never a better time to be alive and kicking - and if your generation is not kicking, you are not alivef, Paul Miller Chairman. Gannett Newspapers Chairman, Associated Press I 'Y .L 1044 -4 B. l. Houston with President Lunger Dr. Moosnick with Jennifer Lail Susan Franz with President Lunger A N i., 7 v". x, ., ' fl-kc-Q I .-sr' .. vy..zf Ii " x -af ' Bra ' X rah Meier Killian 141 's V .., -, 1- 1 .rr 51.- .ig FFP' , . Barbara Beckwith David .Bellrf,I. . Roger Bell . . Caroline Linda Bowen Christopher Robert Ann Brown .... Stephen Bruno . Isaac Mark Belinda ,Cmrgtgrpri Mark Cook .... Clifford Cordial . . . . Dale Cosby . . . Computer Timothy Cowles . . . Q . T Sue, Moseley Godbee . . . . . . Gildard . .... . Severna J. Douglas Godbee . . . . . . Political Lexing Vflieiking Swampsco Cincinnatig . Akure, Nigeria Georgetown,"Ky. ' .... Music: Teaching 'Tj Beanyviue, Ky. 'English Lexington, Ky. . Pre-Law Science ton, Ky. . Pre. Law toni, Ky. g. Economics tt, Mass. Music. Teaching Mt. Sterling, Ky. Margaret Crabtree -r'.",r .f .,- . , -515,99 X , Wa - Hodgenville, Ky Elementary Education Rocky River, Oh. Pre-Medical Wmchester, Ky. Steely Steeves 2' 'Kimothy Stirling, I. ,-. 'Jl"" f. Mu-2 Q ,Q xsermrsnr, caiif. 'f Psychology . ' Corbin-.Ky-' .A Bsychblveyi' ' -' if ,--'Lexing-tap. icyi ' H -Enxesr-Arnold' .T 1 -' r 2, aa 'John'-Aregood . . . ,'f.,". 'fB31!v'ii566fBaii5v' ' QWQA' - -1 - 'Eiiaaiqem'.r3ishqp',. -A -Tlieadis Bryant . . Ballard Cassady, Jr. . ' Psychology' :Elaine missing-Q . . . , .'j'f-'Qfflif1.,wQsE?4mft,,Gai? ' . . . aiegrnearary,Eajucan0n Bifffl-'Nichsias32iiie,.iCy. " 5 .--.l.Eliot', Meg J .. ,.-,Economics - E CQ S Lynn Rtfgggac, He tty Louisville, Ky. Ffenchr Teaching' ' Patricia whim' Maykmg, Ky. ' Teresa Annette Stoll SQ 'Lflr' Stone . if iff, 5 fQ'55??i1tsbuifglj.,' Pa. ffm' Teaching, ., Qlftt Lauderdale, Fla. If-L ig -.Q 'lfre7Medical, Elementary-Education ' i i Spencerport. N.Y. A f-Iii,-'Business Administration Lexington, Ky. Davidffaylori 1, ',f .L . U. -..., .Rolitical Science Wiiligfvxh KY- Blfsissis Af1mmfS1fe1i0s.1g ,.," ' .t'-e, ' A-.ff.l1aueXif1srjoif:'KyQ Phy sic ali-Edu cation Q. -' 4- Wincl'iester,fKy. -, ' .. naiinngtqa, K 5 , 3Psych61dai-r - T A 'barol Codell -7. . . . Garnett Davis . . Allen Garner, Jr. . . ew, .'rzv.1:ef:ffvif ' 5.v.::.fg 3,-wg - . . Physical Education: . i -Teaching ' ' ' . Franklin, Oh. Business Administration . r , V Versailles, Ky. J English:iTeafShing A - hEwing,'Ky. .,d. '. . . .Pre-Law Westfield. NJ. . . . . French: Teaching Pleasureville, Ky. Business Administration , -E .'Pikeville,Ky.'i Business Administration - Struthers, Oh. . . Elementary Education V - V Winchester. Ky. Q. .Pre-Medical H- ' Winchester, Ky. Y. . Business Education . Winchester, Ky. Barbara Harris . . . t. . Elementary Education Frances Harris . . . Susan Hissam . . . Garry Homer .. . Susan Hunter . . J0hH.Laney T 'BriennefL.oftis .Q Roseanna 'Roy ce . Simandle I. ,. ' Paducah. Ky. . . Elementary Education Louisville, Ky. . . Mathematics: Teaching ' Ashland. Ky. . . Physical Education: . Teaching ' . Bethesda, Md. . . Elementary Education l , , Ashland, Ky. . . Elementary Education, History: Teaching X Neyv Canaan, Conn. . . . .Q . .Pre-Medical ' ' Lima, oh. s . 5. . History ' Cleveland, Oh. . . .... PreLLavv V Ashland, Ky. L . Philosophy- 'Buffalo, N.v. .P . .Dramaz Teaching Paris, Ky. Business Administration ,E Lexington, Ky. . . Elementary Education .Lex11'1stQI1, Ky- Engljsii i A Eicriflirarha ' - -.1-wh Barry D. Weil A - - Versailles, Ky. '. . - .- ,Political Science -. "'AshevLLle, N.C. . . History ' Lexington,KyL f - -A '-English ' "" 1 . niaargt5ym,.iiy.' . . Cleveland, Oh. x qi Qi g' 1 1 5 , 4-,,..--" . 1 'S ng-M ai 5. ,..-.g - Y,- Xi- L.- 'Y,,L - ' . K ' ' . 'Q 1 ' s' I, I. F' .W---e ' 5 p 'T ' .I C5 l 4 .N 1 Q ' hz ,, -e 1 Q ' f ,ffl A ' 5 2 1 .5 . L, x .ai Expose me to the go The strong light. Let me develop clear patt Of thought and action. Fix in me values which determ My worth to mankind. Harden me against The Nicks and Scratches of Life Now remove me from college And set me out In the world to dry. Iam a piece of t ! ...-. T' r 1 -in J' '11- 1 li Q 4 , I if -Q I I I. - 4 A' I Q I gl Q 1 .qi I ul S! -iv 1 1. nn Q I 5 A J fa I.5.'- -ll' 2 4 ' w I' , I I xx , ,I -a F: ,'l' , --I e . In -'1 .ff 4 L , 4? "' '. JW ras 9 I fx, lf' 0 ' P l L + ' , f I a .tr ' n xr '33 f 1 A 1 4 x 0 W I I ' 1 I I 1 LQ, I F L :- f I! 1v.A "Q 'Hs 5 ' X I ip lg, .1 F u


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Transylvania University - Crimson Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

1968

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