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L M! .- TROY STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Presented to the Library by Mrs. Ruth Carter Morton 1971 C.3 PALLADIUM 1971 Troy State University Troy, Alabama Vol. 59 I. S, U. LIBRARY — TROY, AL» Rhonda Kelly — Editor Tony Warner — Business Manager rjf Hi IT rut Bs as 4 ' :11l g ij ' ' - KP .1 m jCtt 5?iia — J Ft- as fv «r7 WM W f 1 " i: Opening College Life Academics Greeks Personalities . . . Organizations . . Sports Classes Advertising The Spirit enters the mind and fastens: Come forth, Spirit, and move from the shallows to the depths. I The individuals enter as a group: A crush of prejudices, A mind of paucity, Receptacles for thought empty: Venture forth to their filling. The social individual emerges in coalescence: Casting aside a cocoon of adolescence, the mature emerges, the immature submerges. I t Bl 5 ■ m m. Bot 1 1 1 ■ 1 1 K ■ 1 J The future encroaches on the present: A university prepares to enter a new decade; The monoliths rise, dialogue spreads. I 10 V J • " •. - ' I ' " ■ i; " -! ' ' i " " To everything there is a season . . . A time to laugh ... A time to build . . . A time to gather ... A time to love ... A time of peace ... " — Ecclesiastes III, 1-8. 11 Floundering amidst the shallows, Venturing to depths uncharted, Casting light into the abyss. The Spirit, unextinguished, onwards flows; Deeply but depthless, swift but stilled. Contrast in likeness. Real but abstract. 12 II N d a i 13 14 . ' A ;i« ' ■ v As a group, as individuals, We ascended our singular ways, Leading to the collective summit of success. Building not upon sand but upon stone. jflbf- : i - - A ■ ■1 h K f S A ' 15 l) Nearer and nearer approached, Yet further away it beckoned, till the end came, climax released the individual upon a world not of his making but of his inheritance. 16 The individual cannot be unmade by a society, But a society can make an individual. 17 ♦v s lj ki .- Sally Simmons Crowned 1970 Homecoming Queen Homecoming 1970 was filled with much excitement and color for the Troy State students. The week ' s events included a monster man contest, hootenanny, parade, pep rally, and dance. Over a hundred units from university and city organizations along with many high school bands helped make the parade a great success. Homecoming court presented at pregame. Along with queen, Sally Simmons, Kay Farris, Jo Ann Williams and Dianne Asher. V.- Clements Dorm homecoming display " Hangum High Red Wave. " One of the many colorful floats. V ' •, ' ,4 ' 1 - ' . Dill Hall ' s winning dorm display. 21 Phi Mu captured first place honors for sororities in Homecoming Parade. Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity won in the independent divi- sion. Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity had a winning float in Homecoming Parade. 22 Homecoming Floats, Displays Add to Festivities Much work, time and effort went into the prepara- tion of the homecoming floats and displays. Clements and Dill Halls took top honors in the dorm division while Phi Mu and Tau Kappa Epsilon were winners in the Greek float division. The floats and residence halls were judged on originality and theme. k: Delta Sigma Pi ' s are " Laying for the Cowboys. " Theta Chi ' s take part in parade. ' Lasso.the Cowboys. " 23 ' I A crowd of Red Wave fans enjoyed the afternoon ballgame. Record Crowd Attends 1970 HolnecomingFestivities t! What ' s a parade without a couple of clowns? 24 M m Sigma Alpha ' s float " Elmer Fud and Bugs Bunny. " Alpha Gamma Delta says " Cowboys — Troy ' s Gonna ' Paint Your Wagon ' . N 1969 Homecoming Queen Iris Ann Graddy and Presi- dent Adams. Delta Chi ' s say " Put the Cowboys on Boothill. " 25 I I I I ril Student nurses learn the art of child care as part of the new nursing curriculum. Studying each part of the human anatomy is one of the more in- teresting aspects of nursing. Identifying the bones that make up the framework of the body often poses a problem. 26 School of Nursing Opens Classes for First Year The School of Nursing admitted its first students dur- ing Fall Quarter. The newest school on campus grew rapidly as classes began and the curriculum was ap- proved. A dedicated and understanding faculty helped advise students in this vital health field and several in- formal teas were held to encourage students interested in pursuing a degree in nursing. The major purpose of the T.S.U. School of Nursing is to prepare the professional nurse. The professional nurse is one trained in a university with a sound liberal education background. The school received Reasonable Assurance of Accreditation by the National League of Nursing for baccalaureate programs in nursing on Sep- tember 21, 1970. Troy State University School of Nurs- ing is an agency member of the Council of Baccalaure- ate and Higher Degree Programs of the National League for Nursing. Fellow students were always helpful in demonstrating proper procedures. Scientific accuracy is vital in the health field. Congeniality proves important in all areas of nursing. 27 Delta Chi Takes Victory in Annual Charity Bowl On a cold November night, the brothers of Delta Chi and Theta Chi met in the annual Charity Bowl Game at Memorial Stadium. Delta Chi took the vic- tory that night with the fans enjoying the game and the halftime activities provided by the " Slop of the South " Band. I 28 Faithful fans look on. The " Slop of the South " enthusiastically supported the Bowl Game. 29 Departing scene as Guglielmo (Steve Johnston) and Ferran- do (Jerome Olds) leave for war. 30 Opera Workship Produces " Cosi Fan Tutte " Freida Grumpier, Patti Mitchell, and Steve Johnston portray Despina, Dorabel- la, and Guglielmo in " Cosi Fan Tutte. " One of the highlights of the fall quarter was " Cosi Fan Tutte " (Women Are Like That). The Opera Workshop presented the production in Smith Hall au- ditorium. It was under the direction of Mr. William Snyder with Dr. Carl Vollrath as Musical Director. The leading female roles were played by Freida Crumpler, Deborah Dominey, and Pattie Mitchell with Steve Johnston, Jerome Olds, and Rommie Vis- tart as the male performers. Costumes and lighting were tremendous assets in the effectiveness of the performance. Flordiligi shows Dorabella a locket Ferrando has given her. 31 Troy State Sororities Have Biggest Rush Ever Mid-September came and found TSU sorority members making final preparation for Fall Rush. Summer workshops were fun-filled times to get things underway, but those few last days before Rush began were " mad! " Each sorority began with " ice water teas " for open house and then went on to coke parties, theme parties, and finally preferential. The parties were fun in- deed, but " Oh, those long nights of discussion and work between them! " After bids were is- sued, the sororities welcomed their new pledges at squeal parties in the chapter rooms. Another even more successful Rush was over. Kappa Delta Debbie Flowers was a little angel at KD theme party. Phi Mu ' s Southern Belles showed true Southern hospitality at their Old South theme party. Suzanne Holsembeck making things hot down in " KD ' s Hades. " Rush Counselors were Jackie Coker, Phi Mu; Katie Sugrue, KD; Sheila Raley, AGD; and Judy Roberson, ADPi. 32 Rushee Cathy Camp being entertained at the Phi Mu Plantation Party by Elizabeth Via and " Mammy " Shea Gellerstcdt. The atmosphere was back in the roaring twenties as the Alpha Gamma Delta ' s rallied at the old " Alpha Gambling Room. " Alpha Delta Pi ' s Janice Rains shown at " Old South " theme party. Alpha Gamma Delta " flapper " Carol Rives. 33 Campus Fraternities Hold Quarterly Rush Smokers The five social Greek fraternities again started the school year with a series of rush smokers. Rush tables are set up each quarter in the student center so that all who wish to do so may sign up for fraternity rush. Brothers and pledges do a special job of house cleaning, painting, and repair work in preparation for showing off their houses to prospective pledges. Fraternity " Little Sisters " and Sweethearts who serve for the smokers add charm and atmosphere to the informal time of social and fraternity talk. Sorority members sometimes entertain the fraternity rushees with rush skits. Fraternity rush at Troy State continues to be quite successful as is evidenced by the increasing size of pledge classes. Much is gained through the expe- riences of pledgeship. " Big Brothers " instruct " Little Brothers " in the traditions of their own fraternity so that knowledge and brotherhood further the Greek sys- tem. Tau Kappa Epsilons await the arrival of rushees. Brothers of Delta Chi practice their view of fraternity ratings on campus before a smoker begins. 34 Sigma Pi proudly displays its new banner and begins rush as the fifth national fraternity on campus. Pi Kappa Phi ' s greet rushees and show them through the house during a rush smoker. alUU 2 Date Night at the Theta Chi House is an enjoyable part of fraternity rush. 35 Band Outstanding in New Orleans Performance Troy State University ' s " Sound of the Soutli " has performed before millions of people throughout the United States. The band brings standing ovations from the fans whenever it performs. Among its ap- pearances during the past six years are three Blue- Gray Classics, two Senior Bowls, pro appearances for the New Orleans Saints in the Sugar Bowl, twice for the Atlanta Falcons, the New York Jets, as well as other nationally televised programs. The band was the official band for the state of Alabama at the inau- guration of Richard M. Nixon in January, 1969. The band features the " big dance band " sound com- bined with precision marching and has been in great demand throughout the South. The band is directed by five times national contest winner, Johnny Long, who serves as Professor of Music and Chairman of the Music Department at the University. : miry Co v en CD A 0 ' !LAB BAND OFFICERS: President — David Mallach, Vice Pres. Robert Bean, Sec. — Jerri Ann Elmore, Transportation officer — Mike Chapman. Tr- F C— t n im . ■■■■ jMji M M 1 wir K«» M ! I I ii Ii t •SJ» ijt s ' •• ' Jl X ' . e ' % )¥f.- ■«.-i . .« x : ji -TN;- - r 9. ' The " Sound of the South " is led by Drum Major Bruce Smiley from Daytona Beach, Florida. Band Director Johnny Long giving final instructions before a big parade. BAND SECTION HEADS: (standing) Ricky Keller, John O ' Brien, Roger Daniel, Andy Hepburn, Billy Dale Goodwin, Wayne Land; (bottom row) Jimmy Harrison, Alex MacRae, Eva Dunn, Suzanne Perrin, Ricky Mims. 37 iJLL» Troy ' s nationally known band performs at the Georgia Tech Stadium before a capacity crowd. Feature Twirlers Lynette Simmons and Denise Faulk. Ron Hart leads Troy ' s flashy Color Guard in the Mardi Gras Parade. 39 Gamma Sigma of Alpha Gamma Delta Installed Alpha Gamma Delta installed its lOSrd chapter Gamma Sigma at Troy State on February 6, 1971. Grand President Lorna Wilson Brigden served as Installing Of- ficer and Toastmistress. The festivities began the evening before with a Fire- side and social hour. Al{)ha Gams from Auburn Universi- ty, the University of Alabama as well as from chapters in Georgia and Florida came for the weekend. A general workshop was held Saturday morning fol- lowed by a coke party at the Pi Kajjpa Phi House. The afternoon was reserved for initiation services as twenty- seven girls and seventeen alumnae initiates became Alpha Gamma Deltas. An Installation Banquet was held in honor of the new chapter Saturday evening at the Troy Holiday Inn. The Grand President presented the charter to the chapter president Rhonda Kelly who accepted it on the behalf of Gamma Sigma. The Fraternity gift, a silver tea and cof- fee service, was presented at this time. Sunday afternoon ' s Presentation Tea at Troy Country Club brought the weekend to a glorious ending. Gamma Sigma received its charter from Alpha Gamma Delta International Fraternity on February 6, 1971. President Ralph Adams, guest speaker at the Installation Banquet, is shown here with Grand President Lorna Wilson Brigden and Gamma Sigma President Rhonda Kelly. 40 •HK; ::j:JS,i :. tft ' m I r ' ilv ' i v Kalhy Seay and Deborah Anderson show off gifts received by the new chapter. Valerie Weatherford received Scholarship Bracelet given by the Auburn Alumnae Chapte Sisters Mary Sharon and Patti Mungenast shown with their parents, Col. and Mrs. A. J. Mungenast, at the Presentation Tea. Alpha Gamma Delta presented Troy ' s Panhellenic a silver tray to be given to the sorority with the most improved scholarship annu- ally. Miss Anita Powell accepts the tray from Grand President Lorna Brigden. Alpha Gamma Delta alumnae served at the Presentation Tea. 41 Soul and Acid-Rock Presented by SGA Keeping with tradition the Troy State University SGA again brought a variety of musical entertainment to the campus for the 1970-71 year. Homecoming week- end ended in success with Stevie Wonder singing soul and ballads in Sartain Hall. To please both those who prefer hard rock and those who like lighter rock, two groups were on campus Winter Quarter. On February 8, the Allman Brothers brought hard rock to Troy State. Stevie Wonder highlighted Homecoming weekend. Soul show was enjoyed by crowd. Unusual evening entertainment presented by Allman Brothers. 42 Tina Turner, the most exciting show ever witnessed at TSU Ike and Tina Turner — A Show to Long Remember Big Name Entertainment for Winter and Spring Quarters provided two of the most well received groups ever to appear at TSU. Kenny Rogers and The First Edition provided a concert of their hits and other top tunes of the day. Although a great show, it was mild compared to the sight and sound of Ike and Tina Turner. Troy State had not seen such excite- ment as created by Tina, and her unique style of dancing and singing. This concert was one long remembered. " We don ' t do things nice and easy. We do them nice and rough. " The top sounds of Kenny Rogers and The First Edition were en- joyed by a large crowd. 43 I kaJis pi» -• 1 Newly elected treasurer Charlotte Nelson receives congratulations from one of her opponents Sam Hall. Happiness is winning as Mary Ellen Ford and Ann Harden show with their smiles. S.G.A. Ele ctions Held The Student Govornmcnt Election for the 1971-72 officers was a major event of Winter Quarter be- cause of the variety of candidates qualifying? and the strength of the issues proposed, such as open dorms and the faculty senate. The President, Vice-Presi- dent, Treasurer, and Senator-at-Large positions re- quired a run-off with an unprecedented 46 ' . turn-out of voters in the main election and 42 ' . in the run-off. Spring Quarter, Buddy Brackin, then Vice-Presi- dent, assumed the Presidency following Eddie Hoi- lington ' s graduation. Doug Freeman won the Vice- Presidential vacancy in an election that also voted in eight commuter senator replacements. The ticket of Brackin and Murphy won the top SGA offices in a runoff election. 44 Candidates for Presi- dent and Vice-Presi- dent were Lee Rot- itiewicz (V-P) and Doug Freeman (Pres.), Buddy Brackin (Pres.) and Pat Murphy (V-P). Posters helped present the candidates ' views (Below). All candidates were able to present their views to the students. BRACKIN AND MURPHY and The seven Point Plan iBcalty W ' • " ' _, .- nnriwiry ' . .E« tl « " " " " !:° „„„ l.r .11 C " „ «« " " " » " • __ „„ , ,„ . !l ' " «c«Ti. r..-» --- j;t: ' 4 » UMAKT U HOOK STORt - More ton ' ' - " " " O " " ' " ' . «.TT » PA«I.C1MT10H OF SIUDl.T BOD, 1 SC A. FA. ELECT SAM HALL II nUOaiT QOrCKMttEST AiS rOVII VOTE AMD IJWFUfEMCC The weeks of campaigning came to one final decision. k 45 Troy State Cheerleaders " Don ' t Mess Around " Darrell Browing, John Dorn, John Klutz and Fella Soverow share a relax- ing moment. Intently following the action is Debbie Flowers. The Troy State cheerleading squad held its spring training before the regular 1970 fall season. But in- stead of punting, passing, and kicking, there was yell- ing, practicing, double-stunts, and developing new motions. During away games with no student sup- porters, this daffy dozen accompanied the team to boost the invincible Red Wave ' s morale. Likewise, the home basketball games found the " rah rahs " jumping on the gym floor. One chant the cheerleaders do re- flects their motto: " We don ' t mess around! HEY! " Shea Patton and Barrel Brownig lead a victory cheer for the Red Wave. Twayla Ellis pauses between cheers. 46 Cheerleaders added much to the basketball enthusiasm. Lee Fong, Brenda Hightower, Fella Soverow, and Diane Edmonds take a moment to watch the game. " Straight to the top " with Janet Moore and Tommy Isbell. 47 Monster Man Contest Brought Chills to Many One of the highlights of Homecoming Week was the naming of the TSU Monster Man. Various groups entered individuals who dressed in a most horrifying manner. Dracula, Frankenstein and other well known monsters and doers of evil walked the campus for a day. The winner of the contest was Phil Chamblis, sponsored by Theta Chi fraternity. He was most deadly looking as shown on the right. 48 Great Issues Series Features Royal Speakers Princess Jeanne with Mrs. Adams at luncheon held following the lecture. rincess Rudi Voravan toured the campus with several faculty wives during her . ' isit to Troy State. Her Royal Highness, Princess Jeanne of Romania, world renown lecturer on contemporary affairs, and Princess Rudi Voravan of Siam, granddaughter of the fabulous King Monghut who was made famous from " The King and I " and " Anna and the King of Siam, " were featured speakers in the spring Great Issues series. Princess Jeanne is internationally known as an economist and business executive, serving as officers in numerous international financial organizations. Her lecture topic was " Power for Peace — The World Bank Group. " Princess Rudi Voravan spent her childhood in the Grand Palace at Bangkok. After being schooled in England, she could no longer accept the restriction of the Siamese way of life. She cast aside her title, mar- ried a commoner and came to the U.S. to live. Her topic was " East and West Can Meet. " TSU sorority members were invited to attend luncheons held in honor of both Princess Jeanne and Princess Rudi. , 1 m " Kff I ' V 1 - ' T K m 1 r MiL ftB 1 . F ■ Bev Johnson chats with Princess Rudi while luncheon guests were being seated. 49 February Blood Drive Called ' ' Big Success " y In February the Pike County Chapter of the Amer- ican Red Cross held its annual blood drive on the cam- pus of Troy State. Many students were skeptical about donating for the first time. But, as usual, the TSU students came through with flying colors. Squeeze a little harder, please! " Many had to see it done before giving themselves. Mrs. Johnson of the Pike County Red Cross patches up Chip Hughes after his donation. ■ 50 The " weaker sex " prov ed that it can help a good cause as much as the next man. 51 i . Lyceum Presented Pennsylvania Ballet and Hamlet The nationally acclaimed Pennsylvania Ballet per- formed at Troy State, presenting a balanced program of classical, dramatic, and modern ballets. The six-year-old company, founded by artistic director Barbara Weisberger, recently completed a nine-state fall tour and will add nine Southern states to its itin- erary by Spring. The program at Troy was highlight- ed by two works recently added to the company ' s ex- panding repertoire — " Fugitive Visions " by the Dutch-born dancer-choreographer Job Sanders set to the music of Prokofiev — a classical ballet on a con- temporary theme concerning today ' s youth, and " Idylle, " by Jean Paul Comelin to the music of Louis Herold — a romantic folk duet performed by two of the company ' s stars. The company of 35 dancers plus symphony orches- tra first performed on a suburban Philadelphia estate in the summer of 1963 and launched its first full sea- son in Philadelphia in the spring of 1964. The highlight of the 1970-71 Lyceum Program was the presentation of Hamlet starring Dame Judith Anderson. The first female to play the part of Ham- let, Miss Anderson ' s performance was enjoyed by all. A strong supporting cast and excellent direction made this one of the top events in the history of the Lyceum programs. 52 Dame Judith Anderson and Steve Newman were outstanding in the production of Hamlet. 53 students Support POW-MIA on " Remember Buddy " Day It all began when a Marine Veteran, a TSU stu- dent, recognized his old friend and former college roommate in a recent magazine article about POW ' s. The thought of his friend alone and in hostile hands troubled him. What could he do to help Buddy Felm- ing? " Remember Buddy " Day, May 26, 1971, was the re- sult of many hours of talk, planning, and concerned interest by TSU students. Eventually every organiza- tion on campus became involved in this effort. The entire day focused on a Rally in Bibb Graves quad. Special guests included Buddy ' s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fleming II and Colonel Ed Greer, U.S. Army, speaker for the rally. An atmosphere of open concern and meditation filled the quad as did hundreds of students, faculty members, and administrators. It was fitting that we remember Captain Horace " Buddy " Fleming III, and it is urgent that we work for the release of others like him. The " Remember Buddy " rally opened with hoisting of the U.S. flag by the USMC Color Guard from Birmingham. 54 Rick Stetson gave opening comments and introduced the guest speaker, Col. Greer. Buddy ' s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fleming, II, (center) with other relatives. Ralph Adams; Buddy Brackin, SGA President; Col. Ed Greer, repre- ing the Department of Defense; Rick Stetson; Rev. John P. Clelland. 55 Outstanding Speakers Lecture on Great Issues Mr. Robert Kaiser, author of R. F. K. Must Die! During the fall, the University was privileged to hear talks concerning issues by speakers of great re- nown. Three of these lecturers were Mr. Robert B. Kaiser, author of R. F. K. Must Die, Professor C. Northcote Parkinson, author of several books con- cerning big government business operations, and Mr. Bob Boettcher, Staff Assistant to the Assistant Sec- retary of State in charge of International Organiza- tion Affairs. Mr. Kaiser has written the inside story of the most celebrated murder case ever brought to trial, a histo- ry of the Robert Kennedy assassination and its after- math. Kaiser, a prize-winning correspondent and friend of the late Senator, taped interviews with Sirhan Sirhan several times a week for six months. All evidence raises grave doubts that Sirhan acted alone and with R. F. K. Must Die! Kaiser challenges the authorities to reopen the case. Professor Parkinson is well known for his astute probings into the inside workings of big government. The results of these probings are several widely known books that are generally considered more hu- morous than analytical. Among his works are The Law and the Profits which delves into the reasons why expenses rise to meet or surpass income and A Law Unto Themselves in which Professor Parkinson writes about eleven uncommon people who deeply in- fluenced his life. Mr. Boettcher has recently visited different cam- puses across the country to inform and discuss inter- national affairs with students. He spoke of the new idea of " openness " that the State Department is ad- vocating. His main interests are in the Far East and Japan. Boettcher, returned recently from a year in South Vietnam, spoke openly about U.S. involvement in both Vietnam and Laos. Dr. W. T. Wilks, Professor C. N. Parkinson, and President Adams enjoy an informal talk before Professor Parkinson ' s lecture. 56 Mr. Bob Boettcher spoke to TSU students on international affairs. Professor C. Northcote Parkinson spoke about his views on the inside of big govern- ment business operations. 57 Playmakers Present Brecht ' s ' ' Mother Courage )5 " Mother Courage " is the play in which Brecht made his most passionate statement against war. But, perhaps his greatest achievement in the drama lies in the creation of the character Anna Fierling, nicknamed " Mother Courage. " Anna is the itinerant trader who drags her canteen through the blood and carnage of the Thirty Years ' War and whose fatal error is to believe that she can make the war serve her ends. Thorn Carnes, Doug Bruce, and Kathy Dell who was best supporting actress for the roll of Kattrin. Richard Fagan, Cheryl Williams, and Don Street Phillip Chambliss and Richard Fagan. 58 I « - ||Sj V ' ' Star Spangled Girl " Big Playmaker Success " Star Spangled Girl " deals with two earnest young men struggling to put out a protest magazine and the Ail-American Girl who moves in next door and mana- ges to send both of them into romantic tailspins. Richard Fagan and Doug Bruce portray the two young men. Candace Jenison is the AllAmerican Girl. 59 The Wizard of Oz Back From Childhood Memories Dorothy finds herself in the land of the Munchkins and must journey to see the Wizard of Oz. Her path takes her past fantastic places and endears her to the scarecrow, the tin woodman, and the lion along the | way. Each received his dearest wish after the long journey. Dorothy played by Barbi Brockman, Tin man by Doug Bruce, and the Scarecrow by Mike Edwards. Toto (kneeling) was played by Doug Nelson and Larkin Brown was the Lion. 60 Maria Bigot as Nancy. TSU Music Department Presents ' ' Oliver! " " Oliver! " is based on Charles Dickens ' Oliver Twist. It tells the story of a young boy born in a workhouse in England in the mid-nineteenth century who is sold to an undertaker as an apprentice. He runs away from this establishment and walks to London where he meets the artful dodger who takes him to meet Fagan at Thieves Kitchen. Fagan runs a school for thieves and Oliver becomes the newest of the boys. On his first job however, he is caught and turned over to the magistrate. He is found to be not guilty of the crime and the man whose pocket was picked asked to be given guardianship over the child. Oliver becomes the ward of Mr. Brownlow. As the story progresses, Mr. Brownlow realizes that Oliver is his own grand- son. After a harrowing experience where Oliver is kidnapped by the Thieves Kitchen gang, all ends well when Oliver is returned to live with Mr. Brownlow. Susan Moncrief as Widow Corney and Billy Goodwin as Mr. Bum- ble. 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' ■■■■aaiii ' ■■■■■■■Bar laaiviiiie ■■■■■■■■., ■■■■■■■« 73 74 " 1 75 Vi r ' m -»- Governor Wallace Received Honorary Doctorate At Commencement Exercises on the thirteenth of August, nineteen hundred and seventy-one, a citation for Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters was conferred on GEORGE CORLEY WALLACE. Dr. W. T. Wilks gave the following presentation: Mr. President, I have the honor to present for the de- gree of Doctor of Humane Letters GEORGE COR- LEY WALLACE, Governor of Alaba ma, defender of the American heritage, and the greatest friend of education our state has ever produced. During his first administration teachers ' salaries were increased by one-third, the largest educational bond issue in the history of the State was approved, and Alabama be- came the first state in the nation to increase its edu- cational appropriation by one hundred percent in one administration. For the first time in the history of the state, free textbooks were offered. The University of South Alabama was established, and the great sys- tem of junior colleges was initiated which has re- sulted in Alabama ' s putting into operation more jun- ior colleges in a shorter period of time than any other state. During the last three years of his first adminis- tration, more new and expanded industry came to Alabama than to any other state in the nation. In preparation for this industrial expansion, he initiated the great trade school system. The rich rewards reaped by our citizenry because of his steadfast inter- est in mental health and medical schools are too well- known to be more than duly commended here. He is the founder and father of medical schools at Hunts- ville, Tuscaloosa, and Mobile and of nursing programs at Troy State, Florence, Jacksonville State, and the University of South Alabama. Under his leadership Troy State University has been able to double its in- vestment in buildings and to improve immeasurably its faculty and curriculum. George Corley Wallace is a tireless fighter for the right and a true champion of the principles upon which this University was found- ed. For several years he has been listed by the Gallup Poll as one of the top ten most admired people in the world. In honoring him today, we are honored in turn by his presence here among us. Governor Wallace, also guest speaker for the Commencement Exercises, accept! his degree. (First row) Governor and Mrs. Wallace and Mr. Jack Giles. (Second row) Dr. Adams, Dr. Max Rafferty, and Mr. J. Wil- bert Jordan. (Third row) Mr. Robert M. Guillot and Mr. Robert E. Kelly. 78 Enjoying conversation with the Governor are Mrs. Dorothy Adams, Dr. Adams, and Mr. Don Gibson. 79 Govenor Wallace True Friend of Troy State ♦ As head of Troy State University ' s Board of Trustees, Gover- nor George C. Wallace fosters growth in academic standing. Governor Wallace is well known for his leadership in providing educational opprotunities for the citizens of Alabama. Through ideals and policies Governor Wallace has demon- strated his desire to serve his state and public. We are grateful for the guidance he has given education in our institution and state. Governor and Mrs. Wallace and Family. 80 Better University Is Goal of Board of Trustees The Board of Trustees is headed by chairman, Mr. McDowell Lee. Members are constantly striving for the betterment of all educational facilities at Troy State. Troy State University is operated through a board of Trustees, under the direction of Gover- nor George C. Wallace. Board members control the University ' s operation; this position was previously taken through the State Board of Education. Homecoming activities included the dedication of Stewart Hall. ■card of Trustees are (left to right): Mr. Robert Wilson, Mr. Robert Kelly, Mr. Wilbert Jordan, Dr. Ralph Adams, Mr. McDowell Lee, Dr. Le Roy Brown, Mrs. .lice Moseley, Mr. Robert Guillot. 81 Growth and Expansion of Campus Continues Under Adams President Ralph Adams serves as the administra- tive head of Troy State University. President Adams has had much to do with the growth and development of Troy State in the past year. A reorganization of the University to include five undergraduate schools has been a major accomplishment during the past year. Also, plans are being developed for a new multi- million dollar student union. The University has increased in its enrollment and the graduate program has been expanded. President Ralph Adams serves Troy State with the sincere de- sire to improve the standards of the University. Troy State has known unprecedented growth under the leadership of President Ralph Adams. President Adams is honored by the " Sound of the South " for his many contributions to their success. 82 r Discussion with other administrators is vital. President awaiting the arrival of Mr. Nixon at Mobile. A moment for reflective thought is rare. 83 1 m 1 L Reports are vital to the Academic Vice-President. Academic Affairs Headed by Dr. W. T. Wilks 84 Dr. W. T. Wilks served his third year as Vice-Presi- dent of Academic Affairs. He is responsible for the di- rection and improvement of instructional programs at the University. Faculty recruitment, budget allocation and curricu- lum development are connected with this office. Also, all academic publications are released through Dr. Wilk ' s office. 4 Under the university reorganization Dr. Wilks will have five academic deans to assist in the academi program and its improvement. d r Dr. W. T. Wilks is concerned with the academic improvement of the university. i 4 i Donald Gibson serves as Dean of Student Affairs. Gibson, Williford Guide Student Affairs The division of student affairs is one of the most important on campus. All programs which deal directly with students are handled by this division. Mr. Donald Gibson served his second year as Dean of Student Affairs. Under his leadership, and the capable assist- ance of Mr. Robert Williford, the needs and problems of Troy State ' s students are met. Mr. Robert Williford as Assistant Dean always has time to confer with students. 85 Whittle Named New Business Manager The office of Business Manager is vital to the growth and integrity of a university. All expendi- tures of funds, bids, awarding of contracts and construction of new buildings are a few of the im- portant functions of this office. Mr. Albert Whittle completed his first year as business manager. Named to the post after the res- ignation of Clay Stabler, Mr. Whittle is always re- ceptive to new ideas and programs. The office of Comptroller works directly under the business manager and is charged with keeping an accurate account of all funds. Mr. Robert Wake- field heads this office. Mr. Steve Parker heads the new Office of Pur- chasing and Inventory Control. Through new bid procedures and close accounting of needs Mr. Par- ker has saved the university ' s funds. Mr. Albert Whittle was named Business Manager during Fall Quarter. Serving as Comptroller was Mr. Robert Wakefield. Mr. Steve Parker headed the new office of Purchasing and In- ventory Control. 86 Mr. Lamar Benton served as Sports Information Director and Di rector of University Relations. As registrar, Mr. Jeff McClain must keep a constant check on student grades. Public Relations, Records and Data-Processing Serve Many Mr. Jeff McClain heads the operation of the Registrar ' s Office as Dean of Administrations. This office keeps con- stant records of student grades and information. Mr. Lamar Benton is Director of University Relations. He handles school publicity, sports information and serves as advisor to the Tropolitan. The IBM Department at Troy State is headed by Mr. Jimmy Clark. All records and statistical information pass through his office and all checks and grade slips are issued through the IBM Department. Dr. R. C. Kennedy serves as Director of Public Relations for Troy State. Incorporated in his job is the program of in- dividual school visitatio n and all publicity of school events and awards. After many years as Director of Public Relations Dr. R. C. Kennedy retired at the end of the year. Mr. Jimmy Clark is head of the Data Processing Center. 87 Mr. Thomas Harrison coordinated the entire recruiting program for the college. Use of university facilities had to be approved by Mr. A. H. Coker, Jr. University Provided Special Services for Students The Office of Prospective Students Services is di- rected by Mr. Thomas Harrison. All inquiries con- cerning Troy State, recruiting and junior college rela- tions are handled by this office. Student Activities are headed by Mr. Marvin Vickers. Mr. Vickers works with the SGA and other organizations in coordinating student activities on campus. He also serves as the ad- visor to the Interfraternity Council. Mr. A. H. Coker, Jr. as Director of Housing and Conferences assigns all residence hall rooms and schedules the use of uni- versity facilities. Director of Admissions Walter Sulli- van keeps check on admissions and record require- ments of entering students. As newly appointed Coor- dinator of Residence Life, Mr. John McKay super- vised all residence halls. Working closely with the President ' s Council and house councils, he provided assistance in developing programs and activities. The Office of Financial Aid is headed by Mr. Jeff Golden and Mr. Jim Bockman. All loans, scholarships, work programs and veteran benefits are handled by this office. Mr. Marvin Vickers finds time to relax from his duties as Director of Student Activities. 88 Mr. Walter Sullivan checks an admissions file with his secretary. % Administration of the residence hall program was headed by Mr. John McKay. Serving as Assistant Director of Financial Aid was Mr. Jim Bockman. Mr. Jeff Golden, Financial Aid Director, helped students provide resources for a college education. 89 Counseling Services Opened New Office in Gardner The Counseling Services office expanded its staff and services during the past year. With reorganiza- tion in the residence hall program, counseling was provided by the central office. In order to serve all students, the office remained open until 9 p.m. Mon- day-Thursday nights and a office was opened in Gard- ner Hall. Academic and personal counseling as well as testing, student advising, and the Pre-College pro- gram are handled by the Counseling Services office. Counselors Anita Powell, Robert Westbrook, and Mary Towne con- fer on mutual problems. Seniors Helped by Placement Office Graduating seniors found a most needed friend in the Placement Office. With the job market flooded with applicants, the help given was always needed. Information was available on all types of job opportu- nities and company representatives scheduled visits regularly to the campus. Students seeking summer employment could also count on receiving help from Mrs. Teal or her staff. Mrs. Erin Teal helped students find jobs. Dr. Dale Martin is director of Troy State ' s expanded counseling services. 90 f Mrs. Martha Ward serves as Dietition for TSU Dining Halls. Supervisors in Eldridge Hall are Sara Jones, Mary Jordan and Fatmie Sanders. Dining Halls Serve All Resident Students The Dining Hall Facilities at Troy State are provided with well trained staff members and a nutritional menu. Staff members in all dining halls are composed of both student and full-time workers. The dining halls at Troy are kept in excellent condi- tion and employ the most modern methods of food prep- aration and service. Mr. Russell " Chief " Berry is Manager of Stewart Dining Hall. Stewart Hall supervisors include Sara Walters, Sara Berry and Dera Phelps. Not shown is Christine Boisclair. 91 All Students Enjoyed Services of Student Center The Student Center is the most fre- quently used building on campus. It provides students with a cafeteria, post office, booli store, and center of general activities, all under the roof of one building. The bookstore offers all needs for classwork and also sells records, art supplies, cards, and other necessary supplies. Students may obtain snacks or a complete meal in the Student Center Cafeteria. A self service system was provided in the snack bar to give faster service. Campus mail is directed through the TSU Post Office. This post office brings in outside mail as well as cir- culating on-campus handmail items. { red Mrs. Maggie Kysar and Mrs. Entys Clements were always ready to help students locate needed supplies in the bookstore. Food Service employees were (left to right): Mrs. Fannie Stinson, Mrs. Lillie Barnes, Mrs. Evylen Price, Mrs. Eunice Sneod, Miss Barbara Orwig, Mr. Dan Barron, Mrs. Rachel Newman, Mrs. Arthur Mao McCullough. Postal Services were supervised by Mrs. Wease Rose and Mrs. Erma Blair. 92 Mr. Melton Carter, Head of Physical Plant and Mr. Homer Reaves, Assistant Di- rector. Physical Plant Personnel Served Many Areas Various campus facilities arc kept in proper run- ning order by the Physical Plant. Campus grounds and buildings are under the supervision of this de- partment. Mr. Melton Carter, head of the Physical Plant, has under his guidance the maintenance of all residence halls, office buildings, and classrooms on campus. This department also contains janitorial and sanita- tion services. I Mrs. Kathy MeLeod and Mrs. Lois Byrd are secretaries at Physical Plant. onus Staff members (top row): Frank Hurley, Ray Armstrong, Ronnie Raney; (bot- tom row) Mitchell Rushing, Joe Gibson, Robert Edwards. Staff members (top row): Bobby Andress, Glenn Barron; (middle row) Kenn Sanders, Buddy Hobbs; (bottom row) Bryant Grace, Ray Tew, Frank Edwards, Horace Killingsworth. Rich Health Center Provides Medical Services r The Health Center is under the supervision of Mrs. Gloria Creek, R.N. Troy State ' s Mary E. Rich Health Center is open for the benefit of all students. The center has an ex- cellent staff and the most modern equipment. Facili- ties are available for students to remain overnight for observation and care. Through close cooperation with Edge Memorial Hospital, Troy students are pro- vided top-notch health service. Health records are checked by Mrs. Erdie Smile. A sprained ankle is a major reason for student ' s use of the center. 94 Most students are well known by officers J. L. McVay and Charles Johnson. Campus Security Staff Is Enlarged for 1970-71 Mr. John Lee is Chief of the new security force. Regular officers R. Q. Carter and J. P. Jinright. Campus police officers, headed by the Director of Campus Security, is empowered by the administra- tion and by state law to enforce parking and traffic regulations. The Campus Police are responsible for the general security on the campus and, by law, are charged with all the duties and invested with all the powers of police officers. They may eject trespassers from the University buildings and grounds, and may, without warrant, arrest any person quilty of disorder- ly conduct or of trespassing upon the property of the University, or for any public offense committed in their presence. The Campus Police should be contact- ed for assistance on any question of security, auto ownership, parking, and traffic. 95 Deans Named in Schools of Education and Nursing Reorganization of the University resulted in the creation of four new schools for 1971-72. Deans were named for two of these, Education and Nursing, during the past year. For- mer California Superintendent of Education, Dr. Max Raf- ferty, was named Dean of the School of Education in Feb- ruary. A well-known author and speaker. Dr. Rafferty has received many well-deserved awards for his hard-hitting views on education and for his love of the American way of Hfe. Beginning her first full year as Dean of the School of Nursing, Sister Lucille Marie has developed a strong pro- gram for prospective nurses. Although no formal classes were taught this year, the faculty has spent many hours developing the needed courses. Nationally known educator, Dr. Max Rafferty, surprised the state and nation when he joined the TSU faculty. 96 Sister Lucille Marie began her second year as Dean of Troy ' s newest school. Dr. Bettye Smith dictates notes for discussion with other staff members. Miss Betty Thomas checks textbooks for possible use in her classes. Nursing Curriculum Received Final Approval During Year K I Miss Martha Harris finds that one demonstration is worth many words. The appointment of a faculty and approval of its curriculum highlighted events of the School of Nurs- ing. With offices located in the first floor of Cowart, room was available for the ordering of equipment. The former rec room was equipped with modern hos- pital furniture and used in many demonstrations. Of- fering the only state supported four year degree south of Birmingham, the future of the School of Nursing looks bright. Scholarships were awarded to several outstanding students for study in Nursing. Formal classes will begin next fall for these and oth- ers. 97 Department head, Dr. Robert Paxson, surveys the new facilities in McCartha. Mr. Mark Brewton studies the work of one of his students. Mr. Edwin Walter is well known for his work in glass and ceramics. Mrs. Pat Duke teaches classes in art appreciation and basic design. 98 Art Department Moved Into New Facilities Enjoying the work of his students is Mr. William Lower. The Department of Art moved into new facilities in McCartha Hall during the year. The added space and new equipment aided greatly in its tasks of creat- ing, designing, drawing, painting and sculpture. Stu- dents were afforded more display area and therefore a better means for displaying their talents. New course offerings and areas of emphasis are constantly being incorporated into the department. Public Exhi- bitions in Troy and the surrounding area also pro- vided local artists with an outlet for their creations. Ars. Alice Thornton has done much to further the appreciation of art at the Uni- fersity. Mrs. Jo Ann Eason pauses during the rush of registration. 99 i Mr. Joseph Creek lectures his class in economics. Conferring with Mr. Billy Walters are Mrs. Barbara Barganier and Mr. Eugene Sherman. Business Department Revised Curriculum During Yea The Business Department has made rapid strides in upgrading its faculty and curriculum. Several faculty members are working on their doctoral degrees. During the year the department expanded its number of majors and the amount of course content required of business ma- jors. The department stresses individuality in the business world and tries to help each student achieve a sense of per- sonal worth. As the largest department on campus it will be changed to a separate School of Business and Commerce for 1971-72. Dr. Thomas Eason is chairman of the depart- ment. Miss Pauline Tranum uses time tests in her secretarial science courses. Dr. Thomas Eason, department head, discusses latest business trends with Dr. Doris Engerrand. 100 A ,Mr. Hillamn Bachelor taught Economics and Man- lagement courses. A member of the Accounting staff was Mr. Bob Mr. Morris Welch works a problem for his statis- Barker. tics class. Upper division finance courses are a specialty of Mr. Robert Stewart. Data-processing and keypunch are taught by Mrs. Johnnie Andress. An amusing moment is enjoyed by Mr. Tom Smith. T. S. U. LIBRARY — TROY, AL. 101 Business Department IR( Economics is taught by Mr. Rhett Butler. Many years of sales experience have proven valuable to Mr. Bill Sanford in his courses. Local attorney, Dr. Nick Cevera checks his reference books for a state statute. Mr. Don Isbell finds a check of other texts is often helpful. Dr. G. T. Stewart stresses a point in one of his Economics classes. 102 Religious Studies and Philosophy Planned New Courses Under Dr. Joseph Mitchell the Department of Philoso- phy and Religious Studies expanded its curriculum. Cours- es are taught in logic philosophical ideas, all major reli- gions, and the interpretations of the Bible. Dr. Joseph Mitchell served as new head of the Religion and Philosphy De- partment. Mr. Joel Auble checks recent texts for material in his classes in Philosophy. Greek and Latin Offered in Classics Dr. Malcolm Agn ew offers courses in Greek and Latin and Greek and Latin Lit- erature. The importance of these cultures in today ' s society is stressed. The courses are open to all students. Dr. Agnew came to Troy State from Boston University and has travelled exten- sively in Italy, Greece and other European countries. Dr. Malcolm Agnew checks his lecture notes before meeting with his Greek Literature class. 103 English Department Continued to Grow and Expand The Department of English continues to pursue excellence in course offerings and faculty qualifications. As the depart- ment moves into the newly established College of Arts and Sciences, it anticipates changes which will eventually lead to the establishment of a separate department of foreign lan- guages and a department of journalism. By continuing to strengthen the writing program and developing potential in the speech and drama area the faculty hopes the next few years at TSU should be even more exciting and rewarding than ever before. The English Department under Dr. Joseph Roberts has be- come one of the foremost departments on campus. A reduc- tion in class size and highly qualified personnel have helped to make this area a strong point on the campus. Dr. Joseph Roberts served as department chairman for the third year. Mrs. Louise Collins stresses a point in her freshman composition course. m3 . " iJ i 1 1 Hi Discussing British literature is Mr. John Pirtchett. Checking his library for new material is Mr. Freddie Davis. Mr. George Vickery pauses for a mo- Speech courses were taught by Mrs. ment from a lecture on the short story. Thelma Goodwin. 104 Dr. Schroeder and Mr s. Dorothy Adams discuss problems of mutual concern. Mr. Paul Reyes had a new book published during the year. .. Mr. Jack Soloman taught English instead of drama this year. Returning test papers is Mrs. Study Slater. Dr. Jeffery Johnson sponsored Classic Cinema. i f I i 1 IS t m i9 ' ' ■ wK 9 One of the new department members was Miss Christina Clarke. Mrs. Lucille Mussleman prepares for her course in Advanced Grammar. Dr. Sanders Laubenthal taught courses in Chau- cer and Shakespear. 105 English Department Miss Carlanda Green and Mrs. Carolyn Haldeman compare notes on Freshman Composition. Checking her reference shelves for possible texts is Miss Cordelia Gray. Dr. David Dye served his first year as director of the TSU Playmakers. Miss Mary Middleton checks her lecture notes for possible errors. Vf ffll Mrs. Mary Hilyer ' s Freshman Composition classes were al- ways relaxed and informative. Dr. Gabriel Engerrand has been at TSU for Dr. Theo Dalton enjoyed teaching outside when two years. the weather permitted. 106 - Mr. Eugene Omasta was the winner of the Ingall ' s Award for Outstanding Teaching. Dr. Ben Bateman found many hours of research were needed for physics projects. Physical Science Adds Biochemistry o i Mr. Edward Kantor was available to Physical Science courses were made in- help students with special interests. teresting by Dr. Billy Norman. r 1 The new department of Physical Science was head- ed by Dr. Edward Ward. To meet the demands of new programs a course in biochemistry was added and plans for others began. As a separate department the Physical sciences hope to be continually upgrading and expanding. Much new equipment was added to the department and the faculty served on many committees and study groups. f Dr. Sammy Ingram prepares lecture notes for his Chemistry classes. Dr. Ward served as head of the new Physical Science Department. 107 Biological Science Becomes Seperate Department In a world of change and constant experimenta- tion, man has become more inquisitive. The Science Department at Troy State Attempts to serve this quest for knowledge and understanding. Students are offered degrees in science for teach- ing, scientific work, and in sanitary science. The best in facilities and teachers enables this department to offer a challenging and worthwhile program of study. Students are better fitted to meet the demands of a modern society and a tech- nological world. Dr. Jame Doubles taught courses in biology. f f " M Dr. Raymond Kisner checks for biology supplies. Dr. J. C. Wilkes pauses from his busy schedule as department chairman. Dr. Donald Barras points out parts of the skeletal system. Enjoying a baseball game are Dr. Robert Dietz and Mr. Melton Carter of Physical Plant. 108 J Mr. Wayne Adams prepares for his course in higher biology. Averaging grades is Mr. James Brantley. m Miss Laura Garland OK ' s a trial schedule for an advisee. Many freshmen enjoyed Human Biology under Mrs. Pearl Wilkes. Registering students for his biology course is Mr. William Norton. Dr. Widdowson has been a member of the biology staff for many years. 109 Mr. James O ' Neal was always available to discuss student problems. Mr. Virgil Collins has served as department chairman for many years. Math Department Stresses Individual Work and Growth Today man is faced with problems and solutions unique to any society of the past. Stress is placed in the field of man and engineering. In age of rock- etry and space travel the role of mathematics is in- creasing in value. Pre-engineering students and math majors are trained in the most comprehensive and modern methods of teaching at Troy State. The depart- ment is based on the modern point of view, incor- porating new ideas in math to meet the need of student programs. Dr. Edward Barnett works a problem in his calculus class. 110 Mr. Luck Watford taught upper division and freshman courses. Dr. Vito Destito ' s speciality is higher level math courses. Checking his class notes is Mr. John Lee. Classes in Pre-Engineering are taught by Mr. James Ray. Mr. Charles Norris discusses a recent test with one of his students. Ill History Headed by New Chairman Dr. Dwane Tway served as the new head of the History Department. Under his guidance many new programs were planned and courses offered. Full time faculty mem- bers in sociology and political science were the most needed additions to the staff. Another important event was the offering of a geogra- phy major for the first time. Dr. D ' Andrea and Mr. Wil- liams were most delighted because of this. One of the larg- est departments, student wise, Dr. Tway hopes to continue to reduce class size and add new and relevant history cours- es. Dr. Dwane Tway served as the new department chairman. Author of several books is Dr. G. Ray Mathis. Pausing for comment in his American History course is Mr. Pat Harris. Dr. Norma Mitchell was a new department member. Mr. James Williams and Dr. Nick D ' Andrea discuss recent findings in their field of geography. 112 r. Leonard Trapp is recognized for his photo- All enjoy Mrs. Mary Mathis ' classes in sociology. Russian and Far Eastern History are the major areas raphic-like memory. of emphasis for Mr. Cloyd Paskins. ' American History is the speciality of Mr. Grady Post. r " Dr. Milton McPherson used audio-visual aids in his history classes. Surveying his new office is Mr. Paul Mussleman. Mr. David Dreher points out the location of his topic. Well known for his European History courses is Mr. Brooks Thompson. 113 Mr. Charles Calkins diagrams a point in his music appreciation class. Mr. John Long serves as department head and director of the " Sound of the South. " Music Department Well Known in Nation Important to Troy State University both scholastical- ly and in the pubhc image is the Music Department. Under the direction of Mr. John Long the department activities include piano and organ recitals, voice recitals, opera workshop productions, and other programs. The Collegiate Singers ' Christmas tape has been presented for several years over the Mutual Broadcasting System. Another important aspect of the department is the Red Wave Marching Band. Under the direction of Mr. Johnny Long, the band projects a glowing image of TSU in concerts and parades. Mrs. Violet Erwin is a teacher of piano. Mrs. Jennifer Johnson and Dr. Carl Vollrath rehearse one of his new composi- tions. 114 Ml Mr. James Mahaffey arranged music for the marching band. Mr. William Snyder directed the Opera Worltshop produc- tions. Dr. Charles Farmer retired as Collegiate Singers director at the end of Spring Quarter. Dr. William Dennison and Mrs. Jean Barr found teamwork can help in Music Ap- preciation courses. Serving as Assistant Director of the band was Mr. Don Patmon. 115 HPER Department Stresses Total Education Physical fitness is an important stimulus to mental activity. The Health, Physical Education and Recrea- tion Department of Troy State University is operated on the basis of total education, that of mind and body. Through the use of modern developmental proc- esses in physical education students are given excel- lent preparation for the future. Classes are offered in a wide range of health and recreational fields. A highly specialized program it provides for those who wish to obtain a major in the department. The HPER majors sponsored a Hootenanny featur- ing a professional square dance caller and folk dance contest. They were very active in the Southeast Ala- bama Special Olympics this spring. Department head, Dr. Rudy Argenti, served as District Chairman of the Alabama Special Olympics. Dr. Gene Hanson, was a most popular instructor with all students. Mr. Nick Costes is well known for his belief in physical fitness. 116 __ — — " " " Tf k H Hi 1 jJMH SI] " ll« liufln Ik . ' . k m In addition to coaching basketball, Mr. John Archer teaches core P.E. courses. Mrs. Gracie Sauers finds a rare moment of relaxation. H 4 Golf is one of many courses taught by Miss Joyce Sorrell. Mr. Joe Hall is in charge of Men ' s Intramurals. Mrs. Virginia Watson finds the telephone handy for conferring with other staff members. Education — Psychology Serves Varied Needs The Department of Education and Psychology will become a separate school under Dr. Max Rafferty next year. Preliminary plans have already been made for many new programs. In- cluded are " task forces " to develop pro- grams to meet the specific needs of the University. The University was highly fortunate to hire Dr. Rafferty. Under his guidance the School of Education should become the best in the state. Dr. Horace Nelson directs TSU ' s student teaching program. Long time department member is Dr. Harris Harvill. Dr. Michael Maughan lectures to his Educational Psychology class. Dr. Robert Lewis is department head and Director of the Graduate Division. Dr. Richard Buckley has spent many long hours developing the new psychology lab. Special Education courses were taught by Mrs. Carol Lovelady. Mr. Joe Harrington headed the rehabilitation services project. 118 Dr. Dorothy Fleetwood is mainly responsible for the rapid growth of student interest in Special Education. Dr. Lester Stewart is Assistant Supervisor of Student Teaching. Elementary Education courses are taught by Mrs. Tex Whaley and Mrs. Foy Cummings. Dr. Hughes pauses between his classes in General Psychology. f . i Director of the Reading Center is Mr. Charlie Parker. Dr. Josephine Warner has served the Psychology Depart- Mr. Cumbee ' s special area is Educational Psy- ment for many years. chology. 119 yii Chief catalogue librarian is Mrs. Lucy White. Mr. Kenneth Croslin is head of the Wallace Resource Center. Resourses Center Expands Services Offered A well equipped library is the center of learning in any university. For as long as one lives and is ex- tended the ability to read and research he can learn. Materials on all subjects are available to stu- dents in many forms through the Wallace Re- source Center. The library not only offers shelves of pertinent books, but also gives the added use of recordings, films, and slides to students. Subscriptions to many types of magazines aid in keeping students abreast with the developments of today; newspapers from a cross-section of the nation, convey the news which will one day become history. The Printing Department is run by Mr. Dale Moseley. Staff members include: Mrs. Julia Dillard, Mrs. Betty Chancellor, Mrs. Nina Swain, Mrs. Nell Bassett, Mr. Martin Kruskopf. Mrs. Ethel Weaver, Miss Julia Hughes, Mrs. Peggy Thompson, Mrs. Gertrude Panell, and Mrs. Gloria Moseley are staff members of the Cataloging Department. 120 MTTANCE OMirK rnPY Mrs. Gladys Lowery, Mr. James Boutwell, Mr. Larry Savoy and Mr. Thomas Seal were staff members in the Printing Department. Assistant librarian was Mrs. Thelma Mershon. Mrs. Frankie Mueller, Mrs. Margie Anderson, Mrs. Lila Destito and Mr. Joe Griffin served in various capacities. Working in Mr. Croslin ' s office were staff members Mrs. Frances Conner and Mrs. Cheryl Davidson. Mrs. Ethal Sanders keeps research materials up to date. 121 m pi-i PI mmi- mk (11-1866 mu (Hl-|%6 fAi KAPPA imm%i %u pi-ig? I Interfraternity Council Promotes Frat Relations Interfraternity Council . . . develops cooperation and good will among fraternities . . . serves as gov- erning body for Troy State fraternities . . . outlines future programs to be made by fraternities . . . works with sororities sponsoring many activities . . . mem- bers sponsor dances, drives, and promote scholastic and athletic competition among the fraternities on campus . . . helps solve fraternity problems . . . awards trophies for best float exhibited in Homecom- ing Parade . . . makes recommendations as Council sees fit. A IFC Representatives shown above are: Benny Pinckard, Pi Kappa Phi; Sonny Adams, Theta Chi; Harry Adams, Theta Chi; Stan O ' Neal, Pi Kappa Phi. Council members (seated left to right) Bruce Smiley, Tau Kappa Epsilon; I Fella Soverow, Delta Chi; Mike Mathews, Sigma Alpha; (standing) Joe Sellers, Sigma Alpha. IFC Officers: Chris McDougald, (Tau Kappa Epsilon) Vice President; Spence Brantley (Sigma Alpha) President; Mike Kelly (Delta Chi) Secretary-Treasurer; Mr. Marvin Vickers, Council Adviser. 124 Representing Kappa Delta was Shirley Causey. Brenda East and Faye Phil- lips represented Alpha Delta Pi. Sharon O ' Neal also represented KD on the Council. Other representatives were Jane Crittenden, Alpha Gamma Delta; Donna Flowers, Kappa Delta; (standing) Rhonda Kelly, Alpha Gamma Delta; Jenni- fer Foster, Alpha Gamma Delta. Panhellenic Council Coordinates TSU Sororities Panhellenic Council encourages sororities on Troy State ' s campus to work together . . . comply with rules which govern rushing, pledging, and initiation . . . rush orientation program is sponsored by the Council . . . revolving trophy is presented to the soror- ity with the highest over-all scholastic average each year . . . winning Homecoming float each year re- ceives a trophy. Penny Birchfield and Belinda Brent (seated on floor) represented Phi Mu. Miss Anita Powell served as Panhellenic Adviser. Suzanne Hol- sembeck (Kappa Delta) served as Panhellenic President while Ann Teal served as Secretary-Treasurer. Ann also represented ADPI. Not pictured is Kay Fariss (Phi Mu) who was Vice President of the Coun- cil. 125 Fay Allen Lynda Bryan Jane Chatham Eleanor Clark Freida Crumpler Jill Curtis Mary Ann Darden Debbie Dominey Diane Edmond Alpha Delta Pi ' s Collect for Leukemia Drive Brenda East, President Priscilla Park, First Vice President Jan Eason, Second Vice President Sally Tangen, Recording Secretary Sheila Roberts, Corresponding Secretary Betty Hurt, Treasurer Epsilon Kappa has served the University in the four aspects of campus life; scholastics, charities, leadership, and beauties. Members have been tapped for Spires, Gamma Beta Phi, and Phi Alpha Theta. ADPi ' s have ap- peared on the Dean ' s List and in Who ' s Who. Campus leaders include SGA clerk, senators, members on Uni- versity Committees, and tutors. ADPi is also represent- ed in dorm leadership as Assistants, House Judiciary and President of House Judiciary. Alpha Delta Pi col- lected for the Leukemia Drive and also attended the Special Olympics. Alphie also roars beauty in the chap- ter: every male dorm on campus has chosen an ADPi to represent them. Epsilon Kappa also has a Snake Queen, first runner-up Homecoming Queen, Theta Chi Dream- girl, Delta Chi White Carnation Girls, TKE Pledge Class Sweetheart, Theta Chi Pledge Class Sweetheart, Theta Chi Little Sisters, Pi Kappa Phi Pledge Class Sweet- heart, Pi Kappa Phi Little Sisters and Playmakers Beauty. 126 Judy Eubanks Betty Gramling Anne Harden Sharon Ivey Candice Jenison Winkie Jennings Beth Jernigan Beverly Johnson Linda Macon Francine Mancuso Beverly McGlon Gail McCarley Pam McKenzie Patti Mitchell Maureen Mulvaney Faye Phillips Janice Rains Judy Roberson Cynthia Shockley Carolyn Sullivan Ann Teal Karen Thomas JoAnn Williams Brenda Younger 127 Alpha Gams Are Tops in Scholarship and Spirit Rhonda Kelly President Carola Barrow First Vice President Nancy Huie Second Vice President Patty Russell Recording Secretary Nancy Bates Corresponding Secretary Valerie Weatherford Treasurer Gamma Sigma Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta was officially installed at Troy State University on February 6, 1971. Since then Gamma Sigma has become recog- nized as an active participant in both University and Greek activities on Troy ' s campus. The chapter contributes annually to the Alpha Gamma Delta Library for Research in Cleft Palate, lo- cated in Syracuse, New York and rehabilitation centers for crippled children and adults throughout the country. Gamma Sigmas also have several local service projects. Troy ' s Alpha Gams have held the Panhellenic Scholas- tic Trophy since the group organized in 1969. The annu- al President ' s Victory Trophy for outstanding school spirit was also presented to Gamma Sigma. Alpha Gamma Delta ' s seek to serve the University by active participation in its organizations. Sisters worked in SGA Senate, Panhellenic Council, Kappa Pi, Spires, Gamma Beta Phi, Sigma Alpha Iota, BSU, SNEA, Psi Lambda, Adelphes, Palladium Staff and Newman Club. The SGA Secretary, Clements Hall President, six dorm assistant directors, and the Palladium Editor were also Alpha Gams. Other honors captured included Pi Kappa Phi Rose, and Pledge Class Sweetheart, Delta Sigma Pi Rose, Campus Beauty, T.S.U. Beauty for April, TKE Pledge Class Sweetheart, Argonaut Sweetheart, five sisters on Dean ' s List, two Delta Chi White Carnation Girls and Little Sisters for Pi Kappa Phi, Theta Chi, and Tau Kappa Epsilon. Beverly Allen Deborah Anderson Ginger Bates Gayle Beazley Jane Crittenden Pam Dial Pam Edge Mary Ellen Ford Jennifer Foster Sherry Frazier Dale Jones Janet MacNeil Patty McLamb Gail Moody Mary Sharon Mungenast Patty Mungenast Sara Neighbors Pauline Nolan 128 Linda Norrell Pat Pope Angie Poulos Carol Rives Mary Roth Kathy Seay Marilyn Singleton Linda Thomas Carol Vaughan Sandra Wells Ann White Wanda Wilkins Margie Wright Nancy Wright Deborah Anderson, Nancy Huie, and Sandra Wells shown with Panhellenic Scholarship Trophy. Jimmy Messick, Alpha Gamma Delta Sweetheart. ' 29 Kappa Deltas Win Grand Prix for Second Year Delta Delta Chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority is in its fifth year of existence on campus. This year brought many honors to KD ' s. Out of five campus beauties, two were Kappa Deltas. Two KD ' s served as cheerleaders, two were majorettes, and one was a member of the Sound of the South. One Kappa Delta was in the five finalists for Homecoming Queen and also was January Beauty of the Month. One member was chosen Pledge Sweetheart of Delta Chi and one was Pledge Sweetheart of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Two members were Delta Chi White Carnation girls, one was a Tau Kappa Epsilon Little Sister and one was a Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister. Two sisters were chosen members of Who ' s Who Among American Col- leges and Universities and one Kappa Delta has been named to the Dean ' s List for seven consecutive quar- ters. For the second year in a row Kappa Delta won the Theta Chi Grand Prix. The sorority conducted ser- vice projects throughout the year such as taking candy and cards to patients at Edge Memorial Hospi- tal on Valentine ' s Day, Easter, and other occasions. Kappa Delta continued to support a child in India and to contribute to their National Philanthropy, a cri- ppled children ' s hospital in Virginia. Susan Grady President Shirley Causey Vice President Lana English Secretary Lois Marie Gary Assistant Treasurer Donna Gail Martin Rush Chairman Mary Lois Wilkerson Editor Barbara Beck Trita Blissitte Reba Boutwell Linda Campbell Jane Craft Ginger DeVaughan Twyla Ellis Cindy Farris Debbie Flowers Donna Flowers Rhonda Flowers Joan Hall Lee Helton Suzanne Holsembeck Karen Hughes 130 §8 ' f Kappa Delta Big Brothers include Donnie McLeod, Eddie Hollington, Rufus Davis, and Larry Hollington. Sue Jackson Pam Morton Carmie Parrish Rebecca Parish Laura Petrey Sandra Potts Ginger Rasbury Diane Reeves Cindy Ritche Vicki Rushing -.■ j Katherine Sugrue Sharon Tucker Patricia Wood Ann Woodall Barbara Woods Becky Yohn 131 Katie Anthony Suzanne Arrington Connie Baack Barbara Battaglia Belinda Brent Carol Camp Kathy Camp Cheryl Colley Sue Dorsey Kay Fariss Cathy Faulk Denise Faulk Vicki Favors Shea Gellerstedt Karen Gibson M:kA A K i M i Kappa Gamma Chapter Named in Phi Mu Top Ten Penny Birchfield President Sara Nave Recording Secretary Jackie Coker Corresponding Secretary Jeannie DePriest Treasurer Pat Trawick Pledge Director Shay Patton Rush Chairman Phi Mu Fraternity, the first social sorority on Troy State University campus recently received the Achieve- ment Award as being one of the top ten chapters of Phi Mu in the nation. They were the only chapter in Ala- bama to receive this award. At the National Convention in Indiana Troy ' s Kappa Gamma Chapter also received the Quota-Limitation award for having met their quota for two consecutive years. Judy Mayr received one of the five scholarship awards given in the nation for hav- ing a high scholastic grade point average. Phi Mu has re- ceived many honors in the past year. These include hav- ing sweethearts of Theta Chi, Delta Chi, Sigma Alpha and Alpha Phi Omega. Phi Mu has representatives in Adelphes, Spires, Gamma Beta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Su- preme Court Justice, and Resident Hall Assistants. Kappa Gamma Chapter also boasts of having majo- rettes, a feature twirler, and cheerleaders. Sally Sim- mons was the 1970 Homecoming Queen and Phi Mu also captured the trophy for the Homecoming Float. 132 Phi Mu " Washboard Band " adds spirit to Pep Rally. Gail Graham Carole Hataway Kitty Holland Kathy Hudson Sally Majors Debbie Maloy Judy Mayr Dee Mitcham Janet Moore Lisa Mullis Vicki Park Dee Sanford Suzanne See Deborah Skipper Debbie Spann Susan Traylor Elizabeth Via Janet Whaley Debra Wiggins 133 Troy Delta Chi ' s Chosen No. 1 Chapter in Nation Mike Kelly, President Curt Solomon, Vice-President Ron Hart, Secretary John Kluttz, Rush Chairman Steve Tucker, Social Chairman Ronnie Moss, Pledge Counselor This year the Delta Chi ' s have been involved in many school as well as community activities. In the campus blood drive Delta Chi came in first among fraternities for the fifth straight year. The highlight this year for our chapter was being chosen the nation ' s number one chapter at our national convention. This year Kay Farris served as our sweetheart and our White Carnation girls were Judy Mayr, Fredia Crumpler, Vicki Powell, and Angie Poulos. These girls have expressed much love and devotion to our chapter this year. Delta Chi at Troy State is a composite of men, with basic ideals and characteristics, who combine their indi- vidual talents to the group ' s perfection in the warmth of the bond of brotherhood. Delta Chi ' s are outstanding in all phases of campus life; from scholarship to leadership, to athletics, to religion, to responsible service, to social predominance. The epitome of the bond of the elite young southern male is Delta Chi Fraternity. Jim Allen Michael K. Armstrong John Dick Barr Benton Beasley Budd y Brackin Harry Brackin Joe Pat Bludsworth Richard Bone Robert V. Boone Roy Buzbee Tom Cason Joey Colquett Tom Cook Robert L. Dahn Roger Daniel Louis De La Croix Alan Dorn John Doran Charles Farrow, Jr. John Ferguson Billy Gandy Robert Graham Mike Hall Mike Harper Tommy Harper Ricky Hatcher Andy Hepburn Johnny Holly J 134 IkfMmkmfM Albert Johnson John Johnson - y Harry Kearley Tony Langley Sammy Lindsey Johnny Long Mike Marsh Curtis Massey •ejm Jerry McLendon ' Terry Morgan -— Newt Morris Neal Philips Robert Reese Tom Romary James C. Roth Jr. Rick Sheldon Lonnie Soverow Jr. Rick Stetson Buddy Sullivan Steve Sutton Steve Walters Paschal Ward Bill West John White Delta C hi Sweetheart is Miss Pat Trawick. WHITE CARNATION GIRLS: Vickie Powell, Patty Rus- sell, Angle Poulos, Maureen Mulvaney. Some of the White Carnation Girls: Jenny Dahn, Kathy Hudson, Ann Woodall, and Dee Mitchum. 135 Pi Kappa Phi ' s Win Intramural Football Trophy Gamma Gamma Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity has contributed to Troy State University in many as- pects. Brothers Eddy Hollington served as SGA Presi- dent, and Lee Fong as SGA Treasurer and as Head Cheerleader. Pi Kappa Phi ' s were also represented in the Supreme Court, Argonauts, and on the football team. Brother Vince Green was chosen Ail-American, while the other brothers played intramurals to win the football trophy. Pi Kapps were included in the nomina- tions for Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties and also chosen as Big Brothers to the four sorori- ties on campus. Gamma Gamma Chapter had the first and only housemother, Mrs. Evelyn " Mom " Dow, at Troy. The 1969-70 Rose, Iris Anne Graddy, graduated winter quarter and 1970-71 Rose, Mary Sharon Munge- nast was announced at the Rose Formal held in Dothan. Pi Kapps have nominated the last three Homecoming Queens and the last Miss Venus. David Jones, Archon Cass Howell, Secretary Charles Azar, Treasurer John Toole, Chaplain Woody Canter, Historian Archie Tucker, Warden i iMk Randy Banks Joe Barker Buddy Blake Bill Boland Al Brassell Doug Bruce Ronnie Coker Dean Crosby James Combie William Drinkard Gerald Essary Edgar Fannin Lee Fong Clan Harden Eddie Harris Ferrell Hataway Eddy Hollington Larry Hollington )36 AM John Jay Richard Jenkins Riclty Jones Philip Murphy Stan O ' Neal Allen Owen Joel Parmer Stephen Parramore Bobby Parrish Brice Paul LITTLE SISTERS: (first row) Mary Sharon Mungenast, Pi Kappa Rose; Jackie Coker; (second row) Debbie Spann, Sally Simmons, Linda Macon; (third row) Carla Bozeman, Ginger De Vaughn, Debbie Dominey. Frank Petry Benny Pinkard Sonny Persell Jerry Renfroe Chuck Robertson Jeff Rodgers Rex Sanders Wayne Saxon Buck Southall John Steed Mike Stokes Bill Tindol Phillip Wells Ronnie Whitehead George Whitehurst Rick Williams Johnny Wright 137 Joe Sellers President Mike Mathews Vice President Spencer Brantley Secretary Bill Hopper Treasurer Danny Morrison Pledge Trainer Tony Warner Athletic Director Sigma Pi to Become Fifth National Fraternity Sigma Alpha colony was officially pledged to Sigma Pi Fraternity on March 13, 1971. The year 1970-71 was an active one for the brothers of Sigma Alpha. They captured the IFC Scholarship trophy again for the second consecutive year and placed sec- ond in the Ugliest Man on Campus Contest. The SA ' s took part in the Troy UNICEF fund drive and the Cancer Fund Drive. Shay Patton was once again se- lected to serve as sweetheart while Sigma Alpha ' s were selected as Big Brothers for Kappa Delta, Alpha Gamma Delta and Phi Mu. SA ' s were active in the SGA, Band and Collegiate Singers. Spencer Brantley served as President of IFC. Eight brothers recently traveled to Sigma Pi National Hearquarters in Vin- cennes, Indiana for briefing on becoming a Sigma Pi Colony. UJELCOMElQ ft. 138 i Jimmy Belcher Clayton Bush Bill Buchannon Tom Carroll Dana Heald Bill Herman David Hinson Wyndall Hutcheson Tommy Isbell Sonny Ketchum Rod Lurie Bill Marrs Donny McLeod John Mecklenberg Eddie Norred Prince Patton Nick Pissanos Lonnie Porter Billy Richardson Ray Scarborough 9f Nick Sherman Rick Swain Robert Taylor 139 Tau Kappa Epsilon Awarded President ' s Trophy Chris McDougald, President Don Brugel, Vice-President Geary Dismukes, Secretary Frank Overhuls, Treasurer Jim Pope, Historian Mike Murphy, Sergeant-at-Arms The year 1970-71 was an eventful time for the fra- ters of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Diane Asher, elected Sweetheart was selected for the TKE International Sweetheart Court, and was also a member of the TSU Homecoming Court. TKE placed first in the fra- ternity float competition, and also took the Presi- dent ' s Victory Trophy. Little Sisters included: Linda Thomas, Sue Dorsey, Rebecca Parrish, Brenda East, Aylene Williams, Car- ole Henderson, Kay Harris, and Brenda Knight. At the beginning of Winter quarter 22 men were initiated. This was the largest pledge class in Lambda Zeta Chapter ' s history. During Homecoming TKE had the pleasure of honoring Pete Woodam, local founder and member of National Headquarters. TKE is the largest international fraternity with 300 chap- ters. Diane Asher, Sweetheart Stephen Anthony Roy Baily Wade H. Bell Gary Bennett Neal Berney Richard H. Berry Victor Blount Gary Cardwell Robert Collier Greg Conn Frank Corbin Carlos Cowan James E. Cross John T. Curtis Horace Davis Doug Dease David Dreher, Advisor Joel Dunlap O ' Neal Evans John Fitzgerald David Funderburke Rayford Gavin Lynn A. Gowan 140 Richard Grigsby Carlos Hagler Wayne Henderson Grover Houston Charles Jones Milton Kennedy Jerry Key Anthony La Porte James Liner Bill Lucus James B. MacNeil Woody Martin Tim Moore Richard Nelson Timothy Ogwynn James Oliver PLEDGE CLASS SWEETHEARTS Carol Bridg- man, Winter 1971, and Patti Mungenast, Fall 1970. Johnnie Phillips Randy Pippin Wayne Rickles Billy Rikard Les Rotkiewicz Ron Sewell Chuck Simpson David Simpson Bruce Smiley Sebie Smith Smitty Smith William Starling Glynn Stewart Shelby Stringfellow William Taylor Stanley Tew Robert W. Twiford John Wiley Robert Winebarger Don Woods Charles Wright 141 Denise Faulk, Dream Girl Thomas Adams Wayne Baker Fuller Brooks Scott Brown Darrell Browning Gregory Carlson Philip Chambless Charles Christmas George Clary Patrick Connor Louis Crawford Don Crowder Gregg Day Barry Diamond Theta Chi Sees Year of Growth and Achievement Harry Adams President Fred Bassett Vice President Evan Adams Secretary James Cook Treasurer Dennis Ezell Pledge Marshall Joseph Stanley First Guard " I believe in Theta Chi, its traditions and ideals, " so be- gins The Creed of Theta Chi, and it is the firm belief in this creed that has elevated Theta Chi to the place of strength and honor it now holds on the Troy State Campus and on the 149 other campuses where Theta Chi has its chapters. This year the men of Zeta Theta Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity have the right to be especially proud because this has been a year of dynamic growth and achievement. Keys to the School of Fraternity Practices were awarded to two Troy State brothers at the 114th Anniversary Con- vention of Theta Chi at Biloxi, Miss. Philip Chambless captured first place for Theta Chi at the First Annual " Monster Man " Contest sponsored by the S.G.A. A Theta Chi was elected to the prestigious post of " Pledge Pal " by the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority pledge class, and three Theta Chi ' s were elected Big Brothers to Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta, and Phi Mu Sororities. Theta Chi again co-sponsored the annual Theta Chi — Delta Chi Charity Bowl football game and also sponsored the annual Theta Chi Grand Prix for sororities. 142 Larry Dreaden Robert Ethridge Steve Fernald Scott Garrett Kenneth W. Gibson Jeff Green Jeffrey Greene Carl Hicks Dave Holt Robert Kurz Darryl Lundy Steve Maddox David Molner Robert Powell Bill Proctor Jon Reeves John Reynolds D. C. Saturnino Bivin Small Cecil West John Wilson 143 Greek Week Festivities Held to Promote System GREEK WEEK ti, AAir AfA AX KA IK l t1 Z¥ TKE S Greek Week is held annually in the spring to draw all Greeks on Troy ' s campus into a stronger brother- hood and sisterhood, one united body of Greeks. By limited competition it is hoped to promote the System as a whole rather than any individual group. Greek Week 1971 began with the annual Greek Run, a torch relay by fraternity members from the Capitol in Montogomery. Sorority members picked up the torch at the Troy city limits and relayed it on in to the campus. The crowd gathered in front of Shack- elford Hall awaited the arrival of the torch and then were entertained with a Hootenanny. Groups from the various fraternities and sororities presented a se- ries of folk and popular songs. b : 144 K«l This is the way it should be. 145 Faye Allen Named Miss Venus in Annual Contest Miss Venus court and their sponsors included Pat Trawick, Delta Chi; Jeannie Pugh, Theta Chi; Miss Venus, Faye Allen, Alpha Delta Pi; Gail Graham, Pi Kappa Phi; and JoAnn Williams, Delta Chi. Jeannie Pugh (left) was named first runner-up. Miss Venus, and Gail Graham second runner-up. Miss Faye Allen of Alpha Delta Pi was chosen to reign over the 1971 Greek Week festivities. She was named Miss Venus from a field of thirty-three lovely contestants. Rick Stetson and Maureen Mulvaney added extra color to the pageant as Master and Mis- tress of Ceremonies. Dr. Carl Vollrath furnished a background of beautiful music for the contest and then turned the musical entertainment over to Donna Reynolds who entertained the audience with folk and popular songs. Contestants were presented first in sportswear and then in evening dress. Finalists making up the Miss Venus Court were: Pat Trawick, Jeannie Pugh, Faye Allen, Gail Graham, JoAnn Williams. Donna Reynolds presented a number of folk and popular songs while the judges deliberated. Judges for the pageant shown with Faye are: Carl Stephens, Mrs. Marvin Vickers, and Mrs. Stephen Dill. )4« Greeks Hear Theta Chi Past National President Dr. Marvin L. Flemming, past National President of Theta Chi Fraterni- ty, was guest speaker at the Greek Banquet. 147 Greeks gather on town square to hear announcement of Mr. and Miss Greek TSU and to begin the costumed parade. Hanson and Sorrell Named Mr. and Miss Greek TSU Miss Joyce Sorrel! and Dr. Gene Hanson hold plaques awarded after receiving their titles. I Greek Week continued with the voting and naming of Mr. and Miss Greek T.S.U. Nominations were made on the basis of work and spirit put forth toward furthering the Greek system. Miss Joyce Sorrell and Dr. Gene Hanson best fit these qualifications and so deserved their titles. The Costume parade turned festivities back to an- cient times as Greeks formed the long procession and chariots thundered along. Fraternity and sorority songs rang out all along the way. And back on cam- pus all gathered as one group while the Greek Stone was unveiled. 148 Kappa Delta and Theta Chi members shown along parade route. Greek Week Chairmen Maureen Mulvaney (left) and Mike Mathews shown with Miss Venus, Faye Alien. jmiuiiifjj ' •■ tf MNlimnn-HK muiiiiiii-m Miss Venus unveils Greek Stone after costume parade. 149 Greeks Rally at Cookout, Games, and Dance I II I Tug of War featured teams of mixed fraternity members. ■•IJSi l lfeS ISO All rules explained before each event. Greek Dance at armory was a big success. 151 Phi Mu ' s ready to greet visitors with a smile. Sorority Open House Closes Out Greek Week 1% Kappa Delta ' s welcome guests as they visit each chapter room. 152 Scrapbooks were shown in the Ali)ha Delta Pi room. 1 N I I I ' Alpha Gamma Delta ' s opened doors . to newly furnished chapter room. ' ZMs is out way of life: A hard life, a fm life, a good life — the Qreek life " 153 ' ?- ' ? i TJiVMm 1 1 8K i.-! ' L . — V m I till ■I Personalities Campus Beauties Deborah Anderson Alpha Gamma Delta 156 Debbie Flowers Kappa Delta 157 Susan Graddy Kappa Delta 158 Sally Simmons Pi Kappa Phi 159 JoAnn Williams Alumni Hall 160 After the annual Palladium sponsored beauty pageant, five lovely winners stand in review: Susan Graddy, Sally Simmons, Deborah Anderson, Deb- bie Flowers, and JoAnn Williams. Dr. Carl Vollrath explains his program of background music to con- testant Jackie Coker and Master of Ceremonies Bob Howell. 161 Finalists Faye Allen Dill Hall m 162 Haroldine Carter Alpha Phi Omega Pledge Class Kay Fariss Delta Chi Irene Gilmore Hamil Hall _ Gail Graham tl Phi Mu Homecoming Queen and Court Presented at Dance Sally Simmons t» 3 ' Homecoming Sp Queen ]64 ▼ HOMECOMING COURT: Kay Fariss, Sally Simmons, Debbie Flowers, JoAnn Williams, and Diane Asher. Homecoming Court " Queen Sally dancing with escort Johnny Majors. 165 Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities JAMES REX BRYAN . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Dean ' s List. CAROL ADAMS . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Dean ' s List. NANCY BERRY . . . Challenge Life . . . Association of Childhood Education . . . Council for Exceptional Children . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . George Wallace Salutatorian Schol- arship . . . Dean ' s List. 166 kS i RICHARD F. BYRD . . . Delta Sigma Pi Men ' s Gavel Club. GLENDA CASWELL . . . Spires . . . Student Di- rector Gardner Hall . . . Women ' s Judiciary. 167 SHEROLYN REJEAN COLEY ... Alpha Gamma Delta Fraternity . . . Spires, Secretary - Treasurer . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Theta Chi Lit- tle Sister . . . SNEA . . . Adelphe . . . Dean ' s List. PATRICIA COLLINS . . . Tropolitan . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Spires . . . Dean ' s List . . . House Council, Clements Hall. 168 BARBARA JANE CRAFT . . ., Kappa Delta Sorority, Vice President, Outstanding Sis- ter, Scholarship Award . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Palladium . . . Dean ' s List. 4 ROY J. CRAWFORD . . . Varsity Football . . . Dean ' s List . . . Member of Dean of Student Affairs Advisor Committee . . . Outstanding Male Student of T.S.U. . . . Game Captain (Austin Peay and McNeese) . . . Most Valuable Defensive Player (Florence). JILL CURTIS . . . Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Scholar- ship Chairman . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Dean ' s List . . . Kappa Pi. - 169 ROBER E. FRANKLIN, JR Kappa Omicron ... Phi Mu Alpha, Presi- dent . . . TSU Marching Band . . . Music Educator National Conference, Vice-President . . . Opera Workshop Orchestra. LINDA GALE DUKES . . . W.R.A. . . . W.P.E.R. . . . Outstanding Physi- cal Education Major . . . Kappa Delta Pi. 170 • " - W. KENNETH GIBSON versities. Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- AL HEAD . . . Delta Chi Fraternity, Corresponding Secretary . . . Three Years Lettered in Football . . . Kappa Omicron . . . All-Mid South, 1970 . . . All-District 27, 1970 . . . Most Valuable Offensive Player, Spring of 1968 and 1969. PATSY HILBURN . . . H.P.E.R. Majors Club . . . W.R.A. Spires. 171 LAWANNA HOCUTT . . . TSU Marching and Concert Band . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Dean ' s List . . . House Coun- cil .. . S.N.E.A B.S.U. JAMES EDWARD HOLLINGTON . . . President Student Government Association ... Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity . . . Kappa Delta Sorority Big Brother . . . Argonauts . . . Sena- tor . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Student Leadership Commis- sion for Alabama . . . Phi Alpha Theta. 172 CHARLES A. JONES . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity . . . Feature Editor of Tropolitan . . . German and English Clubs . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Gamma Beta Phi. JUDY MAYR ... Phi Mu Fraternity, President . . . Spires . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Delta Chi White Carnation Girl . . . Gamma Beta Phi. MICHELE MEADOWS . . . Spires, Vice-President . . Dean ' s List. 173 JUNE G. NOLIN . . . Gamma Beta Phi, President . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Spires . . . Psi Lambda . . . B.S.U. ... Re- ligious Council. ALICE RUTH POWERS . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Represent- ative to Education faculty . . . English Club . . . Dean ' s List. DELORES A. PRICE . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Spires Dean ' s List. 174 VICKI RUSHING . . . Kappa Delta Sorority . . . Treasurer, Hamil Hall . . . S.C.E.C Psi Lambda . . . Majorette, TSU Band . . . English Club. f ' « »te mt- k ANNIE LOIS SANDERS ... Phi Beta Lambda. 175 SHARON SCHMITZ . . . W.R.A Student Director . . . Dean ' s List . . . Women ' s Executive Council . . . Alabama Special Olympics . . . President Gardner Hall . . . Assistant Dorm Director. LINDA SUE SMITH . . . Adelphe Honor Society . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Gamma Beta Phi. 176 •- 1 1 n 1 CURT SOLOMON . . . Delta Chi Fraternity, Vice-President, Treasurer . . . Chief Justice S.G.A. Supreme Court . . . Kappa Omicron, Sec.-Treas. . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Dean ' s List ... S.G.A. Senator. SHERRY STARLING . . . Student Director, Clements Hall . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Spires . . . Assistant Editor Tropoli- tan, 1969- 1970 . . . T.S.U. English Club, President . . . Chair- man, House Judiciary. 177 RICK STETSON . . . T.S.U. Track Team . . . Sports Editor Tropolitan . . . Playmakers . . . T.S.U. Cross-Country Team . . . Kappa Omicron . . . Delta Chi . . . Dean of Students Ad- visory Committee . . . Alpha Phi Omega. MARINDA STINSON ... Phi Mu Sorority, Vice-President . . . Kappa Delta Pi, Sec.-Treas. . . . English Club, Secretary . . . S.N.E.A. 178 DOUGLAS STANLEY TAYLOR . . . S.G.A. . . . Associate Justice of Supreme Court, Senator . . . Outstanding College Athletes of America . . . Gamma Beta Phi ... Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity . . . Kappa Omicron . . . Four- Year Letterman T.S.U. Football . . . N.A.LA. District 27 All-Star Football Team, 1969. GAIL B. WEEKS . . . National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. 179 Mr. and Miss TSU John Toole and Jackie Coker Jackie Coker and John Toole were selected Mr. and Miss TSU for 1970-71 at Troy State. These honors are given each year to outstanding upperclassmen in all phases of activities on the university campus. Jackie is a junior from Greenville, Alabama major- ing has served as a cheerleader and a Little Sister of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Her social sorority is Phi Mu where she served as corresponding secretary. John is a graduating senior from Dothan, Alabama. His major fields are business and marketing. John has served as an SGA Senator, a member of the Cur- riculum Committee, Student Affairs Committee, and House Judiciary. As a member of Pi Kappa Phi Fra- ternity, he served as president of his pledge class, steward, and chaplain. V V ' ' Ml, 180 )81 Jackie Coker and Woody Canter Win UMOC 1971 Jackie Coker and Woody Canter won first place for Pi Kappa Phi in the annual UMOC Contest. Second place went to Sigma Pi entries Sherry Sellers and Prince Patton, third place to Kappa Delta ' s Debbie Flowers and Larry Hollington. 182 183 i. 1 1 ,%JKA " :i( VjW4 Organizations Student Government Association The Student Government Association gives the stu- dents at Troy State University a strong voice of rep- resentation. President Eddy Hollington, and Vice- President Buddy Brackin, led SGA members during the year. The SGA sponsored Big Name Entertain- ment — Stevie Wonder, The Allman Brothers, and Kenny Rogers and the First Edition. A new speaker program featuring Robert Kaiser, author of " RFK Must Die, " weekly movies, and dances were spon- sored by the SGA. Through our student government Troy State has a new improved student center snack bar, dining hall hours were extended and a voice in all matters pertaining to student life. The position of SGA President was held by Eddy Hollin on for the 1970-71 year. 186 Serving as Secretary was Betty Mercier. Buddy Brackin served as Vice President. 187 APO PLEDGES: (front row) Bill Graham, Jim Allen, Mike Bass, Phil Caldwell, Johnnie Boswell, Ken Smiley, Allen Taylor, Charles Aplin; (back row) Don Mansfield, Ron Jarmon, James Batie, Rick Clark, Wiley Farrar, John Woods. Sweetheart of APO is Carol Camp. Alpha Phi Omega APO is a service fraternity that operated the Used Book Exchange, has ushers for various campus activi- ties and participates in other community projects. APO also sponsors the annual UMOC Contest. The president this year is Sam Davis. The local chapter was founded in 1961 and has been an outstanding leader on campus since that time. ACTIVE BROTHERS: (front row) Mr. Morris Welch, John Stan- ford, Eugene Fucci, Jimmy MacNeil, Carol Camp, Bill Woods, Larry Pitts, Mark Sterzenback, Mr. Jeff McClain (advisor); (back row) Bobby Atkins, Jerry Reichenback, Rick Stetson, Ronnie Rush- ing, Dave Campbell, David Graham, Will Whitehead, Tom Morgan. 188 i TROY STATE UNIVERSITY ALABAMA CIRCLE K MEMBERS: Wayne Friday, Bert Blackmon, Joel Smith, Mickey Shirah, Joe Walker, Ronnie Thompkins, Rodney Hudman, Don Tew, Jerry Keel, John Ivey, Jimmy Mixon, Jimmy McCullough, Allen Greene, Ronnie Edwards, Earl Lewis, Bruce Scott, Greg Marcus, Jerry Lane, Rod Spivey, Hank Jones, Karen McKinney (Sweetheart). Circle K Circle K is a service club that strives to serve the cam- pus through club projects and provides manpower for various campus activities including ushering at school functions. As the collegiate arm of Kiwanis Internation- al the local chapter helps in community projects. Active on campus since 1960 the club has added greatly to the T.S.U. community. Sweetheart is Karen McKinney. 189 i Left to right: Gerald Maddox, Nicholas E. D ' An- drea, Ellen Killough. WESLEYAN OFFICERS (standing): Gerald Maddox, Director; Nicholas E. D ' Andrea, F. A.; John Crook, Religious Council Rep.; (sitting): Ellen Killough, Religious Council Rep.; Brenda Hightower, Sec; Charlotte Smith, VicePres.; Tommy Isbell, President; Wilane Catrett, Food Chairman. Wesley Foundation Ending its third year in its new facilities the Wes- ley Foundation provides Christian fellowship for many students. Affiliated with the United Methodist Church the group welcomes students of all faiths to participate in its activities. Members work closely with local churches to help in local and national proj- ects. MEMBERS: James Fuller, Charlotte Smith, Bonnie McGaffey, Colin Dacus Wilane Catrett, Bill Hancock, Brenda Hightower, John Crook, Tommy Isbell. 190 Music Education National Council Music Educators National Conference of Troy State University introduces under-graduate music students to the educational fields of music. Students are given the opportunity to share views and experi- ences while being shown the benefits of a well round- ed music education. Through membership students become better equipped in all areas of music educa- tion. K£»£1!I!5ISSS ■•%•■■ ■ill (first row) James Smith, Paul Luiz, Paschal Ward, Ski Winter, Vice-Pres.; Suzanne Per- rin, Sec; Carol Campbell, Iva Dunn, Treas.; (second row) David Moorer, Pres.; Tommy Smith, David Ceadle, Ray Smith, Tommy Hammett, John Harlow. Council for Exceptional Children The purpose of this group is to promote the welfare and education of exceptional children and youth. Membership is open to professional persons and oth- ers interested in the education of the exceptional child. The TSU chapter is affiliated with the National Council for Exceptional Children and the Alabama State Federation for Exceptional Children. MEMBERS: Linda Macon, Sec; Brenda Younger, Beverly Fulford, Pam Wilkinson, Karen Trawick, June Newman, Gay Nichols, Nancy Berry, VicePres.; Linda Lowrie, James Wilkes, Bunnie Blackwell, Mrs. Carol Lovelady, Dr. Dorothy Fleetwood, Ginger Reeves, Cheryl Akins, Frank Glarrow, Annice Matthews, Julie Pip- pin, Pat Townsend, Archie Lammon, Treas.; Don Pair, Pres. 191 » S!f- Ir- Chi Alpha DeLaine Hawkins, Terry Hester, Sharon Hamilton, Elizabeth Pugh L. Lee (Vice-Pres.), Esther Holland, Ronnie Rushing (Pres.), Nancy Parmar Chi Alpha is an organization for Pentacostal stu- dents. It is a national college program designed to foster Christian fellowship on campus. The activities of the Troy State chapter are provided to afford op- portunity in fellowship and worship. Floyd Killebrew, James G. McHaffie, Kare Whitehead Religious Council (left to right) John Crook, Faye Rotten, Betty Jo Davis, Delaine Hawkins, Christine Anderson (Sec.Treas.), Nancy Palmer, Bill Han- cock (Pres.), Dr. D ' Andrea. Not pictured: Paulie Nolan, Mary Ellen Ford. The Religious Council is composed of representa- tives from religious organizations, residence halls, sororities, and fraternities. Members are elected with- in their individual organizations. This group acts as coordinator of religious life at Troy State University. 192 OFFICERS: President, Lawanna Hughes; Vice-Pres., Gayle Racine; Treasur- er, Hildred Deese; Program Ch., Nancy Meadows; Secretary, Joan Poicay; Publicity Ch., Libby Lloyd and Larry Weathering (not shown). HPER HYPER is Troy State ' s Physical Education majors club. It is completing its third year of organization. The members encourage interest in the profession of physi- cal education and provide professional participation and growth in health, physical education, and recreation. This year ' s HYPER sponsors are Mrs. Joyce Sorrell and Dr. Gene Hanson. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS: Joyce Middleton, Sharon Schmitz, Sherrill Hicks, Brenda Carr, Marilyn Thompson 193 Gamma Beta Phi The purpose of Gamma Beta Phi is the promotion of scholarship, leadership, and good citizenship at Troy State University. Members are selected because of their worthy character, good mentality, creditable achievement and commendable attitude. The local chapter is a part of the national Gamma Beta Phi So- ciety. Gamma Beta Phi officers: (left to rigiit) Ginger Wright; Delores Price; Curt Sol- omon; June Noiin; Mary Towne, Advisor; Bess Mize. 194 Adelphes The Adelphe Honor Society for 1970-71 had 1 about 25 members. Miss June Page served as ' the adviser. The officers included: Libbye Lloyd, Pres.; Gail Boyd, Vice-Pres.; Kathy Merrell, Sec. -Treas. During the year the Adelphes were re- sponsible to aid the freshman women and for decorating for the Homecoming Dance. The Adelphes were always willing to usher, or hand out programs whenever asked. Association of Childhood Education Students whose interests lie in the area of elemen- tary education are able to express their interests through membership in the Association of Childhood Education International. This organization promotes modern practices in elementary education. Demon- strations are provided through instructional materi- als, speakers, and professional movies. ACE was or- ganized in 1963, under the sponsorship of Dr. Theo Dal ton. 195 Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity open to all business majors at Troy. The purpose of Delta Sigma Pi is to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual ad- vancement by research and practice; to promote clos- er affiliation between the commercial world and stu- dents of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. Delta Sigma Pi ' s 1971 Rose was Pam Edge. OFFICERS: (1st row) J. Westberry, Pres.; R. Byrd, Sec; J. Friday, Treas.; T. Smith, Advisor; (2nd row) F. Rogers, Sr. V-P; K. Stewert, V-P; J. Dykema, Chanc; S. Nichols, Historian. Donald B. Anderson Paul Anderson Bill Bamonte James Berry, Jr. Michael G. Blevins Mark Brantley Tommy Bullock Richard F. Byrd Bill Caldwell Larry Denney John J. Dykema Walter Hubbard Clyde Hunter Sam Nichols Sidney Paulk Rex Penuel Bert Roberts Foreman Rogers 196 (left to right) Al Head, Mr. Morris Welch (Adviser), Spencer Brantley, Thomas Barber, Dr. Dale Martin, Roger Franklin, Curt Soloman, Tony War- ner, Buddy Brackin, Rick Stetson, and Dr. Joseph Mitchell. Kappa Omicron Kappa Omicron is a leadership honor society for men with members selected from men who have at- tained a high standard of leadership in college activi- ties. Leaders are chosen from the areas of scholar- ship, athletics, student government, social or religious activities, publications, and the arts. Kappa Omicron hopes to encourage members to continue their leader- ship efforts and to inspire others to strive for excel- lence. 197 The VETS Club presented President Adams with a plaque for his outstanding leadership and service to Troy State University. Vets Club Veterans Enrolled at Troy State was formed dur- ing Fall Quarter, 1970. Students with more than two years of active military duty are eligible for member- ship. The major purpose of the VETS is to work with the University in order to encourage better scholar- ship and arrive at practical solutions to problems com- mon to the Veterans and the University. A typical TSU VET? Presidents Adams and Coleman discuss mutual problems. 198 Men ' s Gavel Club Public speaking is an important part in profession- al life. The purpose of the Gavel Club is to enhance this quality in their members. To train them for lead- ership, and teach them to appear effectively before any audience. Troy ' s Gavel Club is an affiliate of Toastmaster ' s International. Shown at a Club meeting are Mike Youngblood and Steve Jankiewicz. Mr. Tom Smith, Advisor; Tony Warner, Pres.; Wayne Taylor. Sec. David Henson leads an open discussion at a Club meeting. 199 Sweetheart Miss Rhonda Ledlow Paul Beam Richard Blocker Lavone Dubose Bill Bray Frank Deason Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a honorary professional music fraternity which was founded on the TSU cam- pus in 1960. This fraternity exists to foster brother- hood of students of music ... to promote music in America . . . and to develop truest fraternal spirit among its members. This year the members ushered at music events and participated in various performances throughout the year. Also, they presented their annual American Composers Concert. Dr. Wm. Denison Advisor Donald Foster Roger Franklin James Hale Ronnie Hartzog B ill Jalbert Roy Jeff Eugene Johnson John Kennedy Frank Landreth John Lambert Paul Luiz Steve McMath Rennie Mills Letcher Mitchell David Moore John O ' Brien Ray Penland George Rogero James Smith, Jr. 200 President Johnnie Boswell. (seated) George Echols, Eddie Warren, Miller Goodson, Marvin Sims; (standing) Curtis Love, Lessie Elder, Phyllis Anderson, John- nie Boswell, Carolyn Bailey, Gwen Cephas and Charles Allen. Afro Club The TSU Afro Club is open to all students wishing to join. It strives through its activities to relieve so- cial and academic apathy, coordinate civic minded ac- tivities, and involve all in social interaction and ver- oal liberation. Mr. Marvin Vickers is the club sponsor. 201 Kappa Pi International Art Fraternity (row 1) Wendy Jordan, Annice McDonald, Patti Willis, Harriet Cherry, Jorreta Butler, Judy Robinson, Steve Taylor, (row 2) Bill Herman, Janice McDonald, Bob Bar- ton, Lee Wixted, Phillip Chambliss, Patti Lewis, Jerry Clark. Kappa Pi, a national honorary art fraternity, en- deavors to stimulate interest in the various aspects of art; to encourage sound connoisseurship and high standard of excellence in the development of personal taste. Toward this end, Kappa Pi sponsors art exhib- its and fairs, as well as informal critiques and guest speakers. The faculty adviser is Mr. Mark Brewton. i 1 I 202 i Fellowship of Christian Athletes The FCA is a national organization whose purpose is to confront athletes and coaches, and through them, the youth of the nation with the challenge and adventure of following Christ in the fellowship of the Church and serving Him through our vocations. One of the newest clubs on campus, membership is open to all students who express an interest in its purpose. OFFICERS: Tom Cook, President; David Rogers, Mike Culberson, Sherrill Hicks, Jim Cook. TSU Underwater Explorers The Underwater Explorers, TSU ' s newest Club, was chartered this year. The club sponsored trips to the warm Gulf, the beautiful Keys of Florida, and the icy blue Atlantic. The club hopes to increase the inter- est of all students in the pleasure and excitement of underwater exploring. Members are (1 to r) Ricky Keller, Frank Deason, Riley Rutland, Anthony LaPorte, Vick Platus, Ferrell Hataway, John Long, Rick Moritz, Gil Caulker and David Mallach (kneeling). lu ' 2 Sigma Alpha Iota Sigma Alpha Iota Music Fraternity is an organiza- tion limited to women music majors. This past year, Delta Zeta Cha pter has been active on Troy State University campus. They volunteered ushers for music functions and provided music lessons for needy children. On May 23, 1971 Sigma Alpha Iota pres- ented an American Composers ' Concert. (standing) Carol Snell, Pat Brannon, Pat Massey; (seated) Pat Parker, Gayle Beazley. (standing) Suzanne Perrin, Bettie Howard, Jacquie Kimmel, Becky Manley; (seated) Carol Campbell, Mrs. Jean Barr, Maria Bigot. (standing) Charlotte Nelson, Susan Saunders, Kathy Klauss, Christa Car- lisle; (seated) Freida Crumpler, Delaine Hawkins. 204 Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi, the national education fraternity, celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary this year. The local chapter was established in May of 1946. Activi- ties for the celebration included honoring Dr. C. B. Smith, president of Troy State when the chapter was initiated, and Dr. R. H. Ervin, the first counselor. The present membership recognized and honored all past presidents and members of the local chapter. The out- standing senior education award went to Linda Mor- rison, an English major from Eufaula. OFFICERS for 1971: Belinda Prickett, Historian and Reporter; Mike Brock, Vice-President; Merinda Stinson, Secretary-Treasurer; Pat Collins, President and Dr. Horace Nelson, Advisor. 205 Argonauts The Argonauts, an honorary service organization of Sophomore men, served as counselors to Freshman men. Those men who received were selected by the recommendation of club members. Argonauts were chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, abili- ties, character and ability to work with others. (row 1) Roy Busbee (Pres.), Ginger Bates (Sweetheart), Ski Winter (Sec.Treas.), Pat Murphy (Vice-Pres.), Mr. A. H. Coker (Advisor). (left to right) Robert Graham, Phil Caldwell, Guy Courtney, Ronnie McClure, Billy Jones. (left to right) Wyndall Hutcheson, Eddie Harris, Dennis Baxley and Jackie Hay. 206 MEMBERS: (1 to r) June Nolin, Annette Brooks, Sherry Starling, Pat Collins, Glenda Caswell, Michele Meadows, Belinda Prickett, Sherolyn Coley, Dixie Vinson and Nancy Caldwell. Spires A service club for women, this group is composed of junior and senior women of high moral and scho- lastic standing. Special services include assistance in a class for retarded children, ushering, and serving during Homecoming activities. The club exists to serve the university in any way possible. OFFICERS: Glenda Caswell, President; Michele Meadows, Vice- President; Sherry Coley, Sec.-Treas. 207 Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union provided spiritual lead- ership and fellowship to all students. The game room, library, chapel, prayer room, kitchen and lounge facil- ities are open to all members. The Baptist Student Union provided vespers on Monday nights and discus- sions on various topics were held on Thursday nights. BSU Director, Mr. Elbert Williams, talking with Betty Jo Davis, Presi- dent. 208 Phi Beta Lambda Phi Beta Lambda is designed to provide education- al, vocational, and leadership experience for Business students. It encourages improvement in scholarship, promotes school loyalty, and strengthens the confi- dence of students in themselves and in their work. Psi Lambda Psi Lambda is designed to promote interest in the various fields of psychology; to enable students to get a better understanding of job opportunities in psy- chology and the behavioral sciences. They provide an opportunity for extra-curricular activities and spon- sor projects of interest to club members. 209 Women ' s Recreation Association The Women ' s Recreation Association is open to any woman student at the University. Its purpose is to provide organized recreational activities for all who wish to participate. A variety of sports including vol- leyball, badminton, table tennis, basketball, softball, tennis and swimming are offered throughout the school year. The WRA Council appoints one of the Or- ganization ' s members to be chairman for each sport sponsored by the association. Intramural Tourna- ments are conducted and trophies given in three divi- sions: dorms, sororities, and off-campus. WRA mem- bers are encouraged to officiate at the scheduled events. WRA members earn points for participation and officiating and high point winners receive recog- nition. High point winners for the year are: (1 to r 1st row) Connie Stephens, Pres.; Diane Thorpe, Publicity Chairman; Ruth Myrick, Publicity Chairman; Gayl Racine; Snellen Snowden, Vice-Pres.; (2nd row) Michele Andrews; Eileen Griffith; Hildred Deese; J ' Lane Dykes; Donna Deptuch; (3rd row) Rut! Heggood; Molly Blalock; Vivian Carmichael; Cathy Fowler; Joan Pokay; Vee Carlton. Not pictured is Nancy Meadows, Sec. and Treas. 210 Dames Club The Dames Club is an organization for the wives of college students. The purpose of the Dames is to pro- mote social fellowship among the wives of Troy State students who do not make Troy their permanent home. The club sponsors a nursery that is open to col- lege students and faculty. 212 1 tl - . V.v .1 . Vi R ' t ■■!, ,Si3 enc « I .■• ' - ' ..V Alumni Hall Troy ' s largest and newest housing facility, Alumni Hall, is composed of two wings joined in the center by a lobby, a televi- sion lounge, recreation room and offices. Alumni also houses sev- eral other television lounges for residents and dates. The men of Alumni are active in all phases of educational and recreational activities. For the past three summers the men have moved to one wing of Alumni for the " invasion of girls. " At first it seemed strange for a boy to take his date to her dorm and then be able to walk down the hall to his own room, but the boys soon grew to like it. (Standing — left to right) Buddy Brackin; Hank Jones, Student Director; Leslie McHugh; (seated) Roy Buzbee; Al Head; John Bryan; Ron Hart; Bruce Calen- der; Steve Grissett. Proctors (left to right, 1st row): Johnny Adams, Bill Riddle, Eddie Harris, Geoff Handle; (2nd row) Robert Graham, Mike Funderburk, T Cook, Jim Berry, Tom Romary; (3rd row) Roy Crawford, Wayne Griffith, Bruce Toellner, Don Pair, Darwin Fowler. 214 HOUSE COUNCIL: (left to right) Ronnie Shanks; Julius Gwens; Bill Moseley; Mike Autrey; Charles Aplin; Richard Hammett; ICleo Bedsole, Pres. (left to right) Johnny Barber, Thad McCall, Mike Meisser, Wayne Stephens, Joey Colquett; (2nd row) Ronnie Rushing, David King, Ron Jarman. 215 Clements Hall Clements Hall is always an active place. The women of Clements create an atmosphere of spirit while they participate in campus activities. These high minded young ladies hung a cowboy to help the " Wave " win a Homecoming victory, but it roped up the Homecoming Display Award for Clements. At Christmas Clements is a busy place. Decorations are being made and plans are being laid for the Christ- mas party. The highlight of this year ' s party was an all girl rock band composed of residents of Clements. Spring quarter Clements enjoyed a luau dorm party with shrimp and Hawaiian style punch for the meal. HOUSE COUNCIL (standing — left to right): Ginger Bates; Janet MacNej,,, Pres.; Barbara Hutchison. 216 f ASSISTANT DIRECTORS (seated — left to right): Don Coleman; Tom Greiner, Student Director; (standing) Mike Gigilo; Ski Winter. Dill Hall The brightly colored horse-drawn covered wagon rolled on endlessly as its animated wheels cinched the homecoming display contest. The Dill Hall covered wagon was planned to help the Red Wave down the McNeese Cowboys, but on homecoming day it took on a new role. It rolled up the Homecoming Display Award for Dill Hall. The men of Dill have won this award four straight years. Along with their academic work the resi- dents of Dill participate in intramural sports, and other extracurricular activities. HOUSE JUDICIARY (left to right): Lowell Smith, Wayne Bovis, John Councilman, Jerry Lane, Joel Smith, Dill Hall President is Don Norrell. 217 Gardner Hall Catherine Collins Gardner Hall accommodates 120 upper-class women. A new counseling office was opened in Gardner this year. One of the highlights each year is the presentation of a gift to Mrs. Cather- ine Gardner. A representative of the dorm presents this gift to her annually. Gardners yearly winter quarter skating party was enjoyed by all the resi- dents. Miss Wimberly works with the new Counseling Services in Gard- ner. GARDNER STAFF MEMBERS (left to right): Marilyn Thompson, Betty Jo Davis, Cheryl Sawyer, Brenda Pierce, Glenda Caswell, Zorina Windsor. 218 Hamil ' s intramurals team won the Volleyball and Softball trophies. W Hamil Hall f Hamil Hall, one of the newer women ' s dorms, is fully air-conditioned. The women of Hamil are in- volved in many aspects of University life. They par- ticipate in volleyball, softball, and other intramural sports. Hamil Hall houses the incoming coeds during Pre-College Counseling for freshmen. They have a Christmas party for a needy family and a barbecue honoring their seniors. Brightly colored bulletin boards keep the residents posted on events. 219 Pace Hall Matthew Downer Pace Hall houses the four sorori- ty chapter rooms, therefore, action is always taking place at Pace. The residents of Pace Hall are very ac- tive women. Most of them participate in Band, Colle- giates. Opera Workshop, Playmakers, or a variety of other campus organizations. This year Pace Hall added new kitchen and TV room facilities. Pace is the only dorm to elect a Big Brother each year. This year ' s Big Brother was Bobby Boone. He is a special help with Homecoming decorations and plays Santa for Pace ' s annual Christ- mas party for needy children. HOUSE COUNCIL (Seated — left to right): Connie Waller, Pres.; Mildred Locke, Social Chairman; Candy Sluga; La Wanna Hughes; Terri Davis, Vice-Pres.; (standing) Shay Patton, Sec; Jackie Davis; Jan Slappey. ASSISTANT DIRECTORS: Carol Camp; Barbara Battaglio; Pat Collins, Student Director; Mildred Locke. 220 SISTANT DIRECTORS: Mary Sharon Mungenast, Maureen Mulvaney, Paulie lin, Vickie Favors, Serena Schlich. OFFICERS (left to right): Susan Searles, Pres.; Sandra Teague, Vice-Pres.; Sue Griffin, Sec.-Treas.; Ginn y Hardeman, Soc. Chair- man. Shackelford Hall The " Shack Yak " again this year kept the women of Shackelford Hall informed about the major events and goings-on around campus. The " Shack Yak, " cer- tainly one of Troy ' s best residence hall newspapers, is published monthly by the residents of Shack. The Adelphes, a group of honor students live in Shack and help with guidance and counseling of the freshman girls who make up the majority of resi- dents in the dorm. The Shackelford girls are proud of their stereo equipment with speakers in the lobby and recreation room. Byanthia Retherford served as Student Director. 221 Many Friendships Made While Living in Dorm Dorm life at TSU is an experience no student should miss. Contrary to public opinion living in the dorm is not like living in a prison, although it might seem that way at times. The many friends one makes while living in the dorm become lasting relationships which are not easily cast aside. There are a few dull moments in a residence hall. Our photographer just happened to catch one of these odd moments. 222 223 New Responsibilities Added by Living Off Campus With a determination to be completely free, many TSU students are following the trend and moving off campus. They are then immediately aware of the various ways to enjoy their independence. One may come and go at one ' s own discretion, cook and eat what and when they desire, as well as enjoy many other advantages of living off-campus. However, these people are faced with ensuing responsibili- ties along with the new found freedoms. These students seem to enjoy expressing themselves in whatever creative form he or she might choose, whether it be decorating a wall, making a chain of beer pop-tops, or performing in the many arts. The coeds of TSU have gained much more free- dom in recent years. Off-campus living for them hasn ' t been totally conquered, but they are in hopes this right will be a matter of personal choice in the near future. 224 225 University Opens Married Student Housing A new 48-unit married students ' apartment com- plex opened in early 1970. They were built by the Uni- versity to provide more economic and convenient housing for married students. These one bedroom apartments are carpeted, air-conditioned and equipped with modern kitchens. This small communi- ty is located close to campus and has plenty room for children ' s play areas. 226 PALLADIUM ' 71 Covers More of Academic Year The Troy State University 1971 PALLADIUM cov- ers the entire academic year for the first time. Previ- ously the book had only covered five of the nine months of a regular school year in order to get the finished product back before the end of spring quar- ter. With this volume and forward, the PALLADIUM grows from " yearbook " to " annual, " covering all of the year ' s activities and events. The staff feels that more complete coverage benefits the students and will make looking at one ' s annual more memorable in years to come. PALLADIUM Staff members and advisors again attended the Associated Collegiate Press Convention, held this year in Minneapolis, Minnesota. More than 7,000 members of newspaper and annual staffs from across the nation met for a week of lecture, discus- sion, and work in all phases of journalism. Another annual event sponsored by the staff is the Campus Beauty Pageant. Five beauties are chosen and featured in the personalities section of the PAL- LADIUM. Members of the PALLADIUM staff are responsi- ble for its publication. Putting out a book of its quali- ty and size takes untold hours, but the rewards are there, also. Students interested in working with the staff are invited to contact the Editor. Jane Crittenden worked as an Associate Mitor for the PALLADIUM Editor-in-Chief for the 1971 PALLADIUM was Rhonda Kelly. She will serve in this same capacity for the 1972 annual. i 22S Working with clubs was Jo Ann Stephens; Sandra Potts, Organizations Editor; and Jane Howton. Greek Editor, Deborah Anderson goes over card file with Rhonda Kelly. Planning academics and copy are Nancy Huie, Donn Dorminey, Pat Pope, Charles Jones, and Patti Mungenast. Staff Photographer was Joe Loftin. jVorking with College Life were (seated left to right): Gail Moody, Sharon Cobb, Valerie Weatherford; (standing) Deborah Johnson and Betty Gramling. 231 Tropolitan Begins Year by Coming Back Home to Troy Troy State ' s campus newspaper is again being printed in Troy. After some years of printing in Lu- verne, Alabama, the decision was reached that print- ing at home would be more beneficial. A new office, new off-set type, and larger paper are a few of the changes which have been made. Several Trop Staff members enjoyed a trip to Min- neapolis for the national Associated Collegiate Press Convention this year. Talking with and comparing various issues with staff members from across the country gave the staff new ideas and techniques for improving the Tropolitan. Since covering the news, sports and other activities on Troy ' s campus are the paper ' s chief purposes, these ideas gained at conven- tion help the staff keep the Tropolitan up on the lat- est journalistic developments. Frank Deason, Circulation Manager, Will become Editor-in-Chief of the Tro- politan for 1971-72. Discussing assignments for the paper are Martha Stewart; Mr. Bill Buchannon, Trop Advisor; Edna Cureton; and Mary Lucy Welch. 232 Sports Editor Rick Stetson outlines news to be covered for staff members Cecelia Reid, Judy Allen, and Robert Lewis. Assistant Editor John Wiley goes over a news release with News Editor. Staff member Rebecca Parrish and Thomas Kelly, Business Man- ager. 233 Campus Life Is Quite Varied and Interesting IX THIS ALL() VI]1) AREA iu!:t vi]kn iiii: iioiiiis 7.00 P.M. 10:00 A.M. 235 236 . f I il 237 ( 238 239 Varsity Teams Expanded Their Schedules for the ' 70- ' 71 Season Mk S ij STXFi Billy Atkins, head football coach and athletic director, has posted the most vic- tories for a TSU football mentor. The athletic program at Troy State, under the leadership of Billy Atkins, has developed into one of the outstanding programs in the NAIA. A new conference was formed this past year with Troy as one of the cornerstones. Confer- ence members include Jax State, Florence State, Livingston U., Delta St. of Miss, and U. of Tennessee at Martin. This grouping was for football only with Troy remaining a member of the Alabama Collegiate Conference in all other sports. One conference champion was crowned at TSU. The track team of Coach John Ander- son won the title for the third consecutive year. The football and basketball teams faced a re- building year with each posting close to .500 rec- ords. After a good beginning, a tie and four wins the football team sagged to a 6-4-1 season record. This was the poorest record for Coach Atkins since his first season. Coach John Archer ' s roundballers proved to be one of the most exciting editions in recent years. Posting a disastrous start with one victo- ry in the first twelve games, the team jelled and finished with a record of eleven wins and seven- teen losses. The baseball, tennis, golf and wrestling teams also had lean years as only the golf team posted a .500 record. Defensive Backfield and tennis coach was Philip Creel. 244 Coach John Archer ' s basketball team matured and jelled as the season progressed. Pete Jenkins, TSU defensive line coach, resigned following the close of the football season. 4 . inY ??u Ex-pro star Wayne Frazier served as offensive line and wrestling coach. John Anderson served as athletic trainer and head track coach. Former TSU star, Bo Gaylard, posted a 6-14 recon in his first season as baseball manager. 245 Season Opener Sees Wave Tie Houston 20-20 The Troy State Red Wave football team came from behind to tie the Sam Houston Bearcats. The fired-up Bearcats provided an aerial attack that almost de- stroyed the Wave. Sam Houston scored first by a pass from Reese from the three yard line. The Bearcats led until the last minute and a half in the game. With 42 seconds left on the scoreboard, Harold Hogan scored to put Troy ahead. Then, with two seconds on the scoreboard, the team found itself on their own 23 yard line. The next play by the Bearcats tied the game. Johnny Cowart blocked the extra point to leave Troy with a 20-20 tie. 246 Powerful Red Wave Trounces Austin Peay 28-0 The 1970 edition of the Red Wave opened at home with an impressive win over Austin Peay. Troy won the game handily with Al Head controlling the field with a combination of great passing and great receiv- ing by Troy ' s Vince Green and Jim Perkins. Troy scored two touchdowns in the first quarter, one in the second, and a final touchdown in the fourth quarter. This came to a grand total of 28 points. Austin Peay produced little opposition to the Wave as they won by a score of 28-0 247 Red Wave Tames Tigers In Shrine Bowl Game 42-7 The Red Wave traveled to Montgomery to play the Livingston Tigers in the Alcazar Shrine Bowl game. The Wave again used their deadly air attack to domi- nate the scoring. The game produced numerous rec- ord breaking performances by Al Head to Bill Ragle. One of the most impressive and interesting records made in this game was a 90 yard touchdown toss from quarterback Al Head to Bill Ragle. The Red Wave destroyed the Tigers with an impressive 42-7 score. 248 SE Louisiana Laid Low by Wavemen 21-12 The Red Wave traveled to Hammond, Louisiana to tangle with Southeastern Louisiana University. They were met with a balanced attack on the part of Southeastern. The Wave using the great passing arm of Al Head defeated the Lions by a score of 21-12 and compiled a total of 364 yards. Head was intercepted three times but still held a lead in the NAIA total of- fensive standings. With the win over Southeastern the Wave headed for the NAIA play-offs. 249 TSU Downs Statesmei For 42-6 Victory The Troy State Red Wave, taking the offensive against the Delta State Statesmen, wasted little time in showing the upper hand as they came away with a 42-6 win. Running backs, Billy Wayne Kelton and Bill Ragle led the offense, executing a fine running at- tack against the Statesmen. 250 Jacksonville Gamecocks Hand Troy 55-10 Defeat Troy State met the Jacksonville State University Gamecocks and were found unprepared. The game- cocks stopped the aerial assault of the Red Wave. The Gamecocks used extreme pressure on the Wave ' s Al Head, intercepting five of his passes. Jax had control of the game before the Wave could mount a scoring drive. It was a total disaster for the Wave as they were defeated by a score of 55-10. 251 Fourth Quarter TD Beats Florence State 28-23 It looked as if the Wave might be bogged down as they traveled to rain soaked Florence, Alabama. With two min- utes left in the game, the Wave found itself trailing by two points. Starting from the Lion ' s twenty yard line, the Wavemen under the direction of Al Head drove eighty yards to paydirt and the win. The final score, 28-23, added new hope for the once sagging Red Wave. 252 Wave Suffers Second Defeat to McNeese 38-7 Homecoming 1970 saw the McNeese State Cow- boys defeat the Troy State Red Wave and eliminate the Wave from participating in the NAIA play-offs. The two Cowboy quarterbacks kept the Wave de- fense reeling backwards the whole game. The offense had its trouble in not being able to maintain a sub- stantial threat. As the horn sounded, the Wave had suffered their second defeat of the season by a score of 38-7. B 253 University of Tennessee at Martin Routs TSU 23-9 After a disastrous homecoming, the Wave football team traveled to Martin, Tennessee to play the University of Tennessee at Martin. The Wave put forth a desperate effort but came out on the short end of a 23-9 score. Although the Wave compiled a total of 426 yards, they were unable to convert the yardage into scores. Head still emerged with an impressive total for twenty-one attempts. 254 i Wave Falls to Northeastern Louisiana 14-10 Al Head completed 9 passes for a total of 93 yards, but the Wave failed to come through as they took a 14-10 loss from Northeastern Louisi- ana. Robert Butterworth, ground gainer of the game, kept the score nip-and-tuck but TSU suf- fered its fourth loss of the season to the Monroe, Louisiana team. 255 Wave Closes Season by Trouncing Apps, 42-0 The Red Wave ended the season with an impressive win over Appalachian. The Wave was led by the two Wave quarterbacks, who had a total of 174 yards and four touchdowns. Vince Green, as outstanding receiv- er all year, was the leading receiver for the game. An- other standout was Robert Butterworth who caught three passes for three touchdowns. As the dust settled, the Wave walked from the field with a 42-0 victory. 256 Mighty Wave Puts Pigskin Away for Season C7.ijv4 :c k. wi -c 257 258 Roundballer ' s Season One of Frustration and Excitement The 1970-71 basketball season was a mystery in the opening of the season. New men in the Red Wave uni- form posed a question to many students, but they were to see a team of talented people in action. One of the outstanding lead outs in this edition of the Red Wave was a young man who stands 6 feet 3 inches and dominates the whole court, Learnest Martin. An- other standout of the team was 6 foot 5 inch fresh- man, Cleve Hollis, who used his height to become a leading rebounder in the ACC. Making up the rest of the team was Danny Allen, Sherrill Hicks, Tim Rus- sell, Tim Goolsby, Harris Hollis, Jim Brazzell, Cal Sadler, Randy Free, Ken Smiley, and Stan Matthews. 259 SEASON RESULTS Troy State 81, Ga. Southwestern 75 Columbus College 93, Troy State 82 Ga. Southwestern 90, Troy State 82 Livingston Univ. 97, Troy State 76 Florence State 85, Troy State 75 Middle Tennessee 77, Troy State 58 Athens College 102, Troy State 58 Huntington College 84, Troy State 76 Alma Univ. 65, Troy State 61 Alma Univ. 69, Troy State 59 Central Missouri 113, Troy State 72 Washington Univ. 72, Troy State 70 Troy State 80, Taylor Univ. 77 Troy State 87, Athens College 85 260 SEASON RESULTS Troy State 72, Univ. Montevallo 62 Troy State 100, St. Bernard 92 Troy State 90, Jax State 79 Livingston 83, Troy State 77 Troy State 85, Spring Hill 83 Florence State 95, Troy State 78 Columbus College 83, Troy State 72 Troy State 75, Huntington College 68 St. Bernard 84, Troy State 73 Troy State 95, Jax State 85 Montevallo 78, Troy State 73 Troy State 94, Spring Hill 80 ACC TOURNEY: Troy State 95, Jax State 91 Livingston 113, Troy State 86 261 As the season ended, Coach John Archer ' s men had finished with an 11-17 record and had ended fifth in the Alabama Collegiate Conference. Late in the sea- son bright spots arose in the team. One of these bright spots was Harris Hollis, who with only six starts scored an average of twenty points. Another bright spot was Danny Allen who also came on strong late in the season. These two will be returning next year to add their talents to our 1971-72 basketball team. 263 g% Lack of Pitching and Hitting Faced Gaylard in 1st Season 264 The ' 71 baseball team ended the season on a win- ning note, defeating Florence State 2-0, but posted only a 6-14 season record. The major weakness ap- peared to be an unsound pitching staff. Only one pitcher, Bubba Johnson, finished with a winning mark. Dale Morrison won three games, a team high, but dropped six decisions. The only other Wave hurler to win a game was Wayne Rolling with a 1-1 record. The stickmen were led by the brother combination of Jim and Butch Brackin. Jim paced the team with a respectable .324 average and played top defensive ball at shortstop. Younger brother Butch pressed Ji m for batting honors all season. He finished with a .306 average and led the team with four doubles and five stolen bases. With only four seniors, John Majors, Phil Spear, Jim Brackin and Rick Herring, manager Bo Gaylard is hoping for a better season next year. 1? » 1 C s . 265 The Wave Kept Swinging During ' 71 Season 266 59s 4y ! - Jt ' ' Ji Ujlllnji . 267 (row 1) JoAnn Williams, Jim MacNeil, Art Drevins, Rick Stetson, Bob McLeod, Fay Allen; (row 2) Bill Gamble, Mike Richa rdville, Tom Morgan, Dave Riddle, Ron Clanton, Will Whitehead; (row 3) Miller Woodson, Pat Snell, Bernard Collier, George Echols, Larry Pitts, Ron Jarmon; (row 4) Richard Bone, Lewis Hardin, Rick Clark, Bob Patterson, Charles Allen, Roger Twitchell; (row 5) Dennis Anderson, Ron Hurley, Charles Hovan, James Batie, Walt Anderson, John Anderson, Wade Brantley. 268 :_ tl ' -i • .. Batie Led Red Wave Trackmen to ACC Crown In 1971 the Troy State Track program reached the point where it has become nationally recognized. Under the careful guidance of coach John Anderson, and led by All-American sprinter James Batie, the Red Wave roared to their second consecutive confer- ence championship to highlight an undefeated season — the most successful in the school ' s history. The sea- son started on a good note when Batie went to the NAIA indoor meet in Kansas City and placed second in the 60 yard dash, his time just one tenth of a sec- ond off the world ' s record. He was named " All-Ameri- can " for his efforts. From then on, the Red Wave won all their meets against small-college competition. In doing so, the Wave trackmen smashed every school record on the books except one and qualified the fol- lowing boys for the NAIA Outdoor Meet held in Bill- ings, Montana in June: James Batie, Pat Snell, sprints; Art Drevins, half mile; Larry Pitts, Pole vault; Dave Riddle, Bob Patterson, high hurdles. 269 270 Cross-Country Faced Top Competition The Red Wave fielded possibly the best cross country team in the history of the school this season under the coaching of John Anderson. Led by the team captain Rick Stetson, the Red Wave posted a win- ning season with a single loss only to blem- ish the record. In meet competition, the Wave downed Delta State and the Univer- sity of South Alabama in duel meets and finished in third place in the West Georgia Invitational meet behind Western Carolina and West Georgia. Cross Country Team 1971 Standing: Bob McLeod, Rick Stetson, Art Drevins, Rick Clark. Kneeling: Ron Jarmon. Tennis Team Posts 3-5 Mark The 1971 Tennis team, hampered by in- juries and inexperience, had a record of 3 wins and 5 defeats. Led by 1 player Bill Spivey, Tom Arrington, 2, and freshman Larry Simpson, the future of the netters looks brighter. Left to right, Front Row: Larry Link, Steve Smothers, Bill Spivey. Back Row: Larry Simpson, Tom Arrington, Rod Spivey. 271 Milt Sherman was the most impressive and consistent team membt 272 Matmen Faced Top Opponents During ' 70 Season Wrestling for the 1970 season at Troy State Uni- versity was termed fair. The team faced tough oppo- nents and emerged with respectable victories. Two new faces seen this year were David Laxton and Ron Stafford, both adding strength to the team. Several returning lettermen helped to stabilize the team with their performances. One of these veterans was Mar- cus Calloway who turned a five record. Another was Tom Cook who also did well this season. One of the most outstanding members of the team was Milt Sherman who placed third in the Conference meet. Bright outlooks await the ' 71 edition of the team. TEAM MEMBERS include: (top row) Mike Jordan, Marcus Calloway, Tim McLendon; (middle row) Ronnie Staford, Ken Wheel, Tom Cook, John Oswald; (bottom row) Mike Chadwick, Steve Lee, Stewart Prine, David Laxton, Milt Sherman. 273 Wrestling Action — ' 71 ■ ' -- r " ! ' K 275 , smt tj 276 Sports Action — ' 71 277 ' . )J 278 Red Wave Teams in Action " MPPMHliNii 279 Women ' s Intramurals Were Hotly Contested Each Quarter " Reach girls, somebody has to get it. " Women ' s Intramurals give women students a chance to participate in various sporting events throughout the year. Dorms, faculty, off-campus stu- dents and sororities organize teams to compete in each sport. The events for the year were volleyball, basketball, softball and tennis. Hamil Dorm won the volleyball and softball tour- naments in the independent league. The faculty team won the basketball competition. Alpha Gamma Delta won the Overall Intramural Trophy for sororities. The trophy is given each year by the W.R.A. to the sorority earning the most points in all events. Volleyball, TSU style, provided the competition Fall Quarter. Free throws require intense concentration. 280 Alpha Gams enjoy " the pause that refreshes. " Who says basketball is not a contact sport. A few pointers from the coach usually proved helpful. Greeks and independent teams alike competed in intramurals. 281 Missed tackles, open field running, and hard hitting were all part of football intramurals. To the victor belongs the congratulations. Intramurals Provided Competition for Many Men Intramurals for both Greeks and independents en joyed one of their best years during 1970-71. All stu dents are eligible to participate and many do so in each sport. Competition was provided in football handball, volleyball, basketball and softball. The top team in football was the Mexican Heart burn while Pi Kappa Phi and TEKE 1 placed first in Greek League A. TEKE 2 won League N. in Bas ketball. In independent action, Mexican Heartburn won League A and The Dean ' s List placed first in League N. Top teams in the four softball leagues included Delta Chi, Mexican Heartburn 1 and 2, Selma Co., Indiola, The Dean ' s List and Budmen. Team planning is an important part of any game 282 " You better not run over me! ' The battle is over. For some happiness, for others, the taste of defeat. Many bruises, cuts, and a few fractures were the results of action like this. 283 284 Alpha Gamma Delta ' s won the 1970-71 Overall Intramural Trophy. 285 Undergraduates Cheryl Adams — Greenville — 2 Clyde 0. Adams — Ashford — 1 Jean Adkinson — Century, Fla. — 3 Harry B. Adkinson — Auburn — 1 Kathy Adkinson — Mobile — 1 Ben Akin — Montgomery — 1 Beverly Allen — Daytona Beach, Fla. Charles Allen — Greenville — 1 Fay Allen — Tallapoosa, Ga. — 2 Judy Allen — Grady — 1 LaMonde Allen — Tampa, Fla. — 3 Rita Allen — Enterprise — 3 Deborah Anderson — Russellville — 1 Delbra Jan Anderson — Coffee Springs Donald B. Anderson — Troy — 3 Donna Anderson — Geneva — 2 Linda Anderson — Troy — 1 Paul Anderson — Troy — 3 Michele Andrews — Troy — 3 Stephen L. Anthony — Montgomery — 3 Charles Aplin — Crestview, Fla. — 1 James R. Aplin — Montgomery — 3 Nancy Archer — Greenville — 2 Michael King Armstrong — Columbia Virginia H. Armstrong — Troy — 1 Anita Carole Averett — Daleville — 1 Betty Avers — Geneva — 3 Charles Azar — Atlanta, Ga. — 3 Connie Baack — Andalusia — 3 Stan Baggett — Montgomery — 1 Dorothy Carolyn Bailey — Dothan — 1 Roy L. Bailey — Camden — 3 Carol Baker — Eufaula — 1 J. Wayne Baker — Eufaula — 1 Bill Bamonte — Pensacola, Fla. — 1 288 Jimmy Barar — Montgomery — 3 Mark Barfoot — Montgomery — 1 Edward P. Bargainer — Fort Deposit - Joseph D. Barker — Montgomery — 1 Curt Barnes — Abbeville — 2 Marna Barnes — Shorterville — 2 Joy Barnett — Phenix City — 1 Sharon Barnett — Montgomery — 1 Susan Barr — Brundidge — 3 Carola Barrow — Brewton — 2 Michael D. Barrow — Pensacola, Fla. — 2 Larry Barton — Andalusia — 2 Dottie Bass — Crestview, Fla. — 2 Celia Bassett — Troy — 3 Ginger Bates — Montgomery — 2 Nancy Bates — Mobile — 3 Dennis Baxley — Clayton — 2 Paula Baxley — Pensacola, Fla. — 3 Marie Baxter — Goshen — 3 Wilma Hazel Baxter — Dothan — 3 Nan Bazamore — Hurtsboro — 1 Paul Beam — Montgomery — 2 Benton Beasley — Headland — 3 Bonnie J. Beasley — Abbeville — 3 Jane Beasley — Clayton — 1 Janet P. Beasley — Headland — 3 Magnus Beasley — Highland Home — 1 Robert Beasley — Clayton — 3 Nancy Beauchamp — Montgomery — 1 Gayle Beazley — Montgomery — 3 Barbara Beck — Troy — 1 Donna M. Becker — Montgomery - Sheila Belden — Atlanta, Ga. — 2 Sharon Bell — Montgomery — 2 Wade H. Bell — Valdosta, Ga. — 1 Durinda Bennett — Samson — 1 Gary Bennett — Dothan — 1 James Bensinger — Birmingham — 3 Anthony Bernard — Montgomery — 1 Louis Neal Berney — Montgomery — 1 289 ( ( Sound of South " Week-End Presented on TV Carolyn Berry — Ramer — 1 Nancy Berry — Glenwood — 3 Richard H. Berry — Pensacola, Fla. — 1 Phillip Eugene Birch, Jr. — Montgomery Penny Birchfield — Montgomery — 3 Gail Blackmon — Brundldge — 1 Nancy Blackmon — Bay Minette — 1 Buddy Blake — Tampa, Fla. — 1 Molly Blalock — Abbeville — 3 Marilyn Blankenship — Montgomery — 1 Suzanne Bledsoe — Armstrong — 1 Theresa Bayne Blevins — Selma — 3 Trita Blissitte — New Brockton — 3 James Richard Blocker — Montgomery James E. Bloodworth — Dothan — 1 Victor H. Blount — Montgomery — 2 Gloria Boatfield — Verbena — 3 Max Lee Boatwell — Elba — 2 Brenda Bodiford — Goshen — 3 Bill Boland — Montgomery — 1 Brenda Bond — Demopolis — 1 Lavail Bonds — Albertville — 2 M. Beverly Boner — Tallassee — 1 Edward L. Bonifay, III — Gulf Breeze, Fla. Robert Verlyn Boone, Jr. — Geneva - Ernest C. Booth — Montgomery — 1 Barbara Borland — Pinckard — 1 Johnnie Boswell — Montgomery — 3 Reba Susan Boutwell — Troy — 2 F. Wayne Bovis — Kissimmee, Fla. Janice Bowers — Opp — 1 Joy Bowers — Evergreen — 1 Gail Boyd — Clayton — 1 Linda Boyd — Montgomery — 1 Steve Bozeman — Andalusia — 1 Buddy Brackin — Faunsdale — 3 Harry Brackin — Headland — 1 Margaret Brammer — Headland — 3 Brenda Branch — Dothan — 3 Patricia Brannon — Bon Air — 3 Rose Marie Brannon — Geneva — 2 Mark Thomas Brantley — Pike Road — 3 James E. Brasher, III — Montgomery — 1 Al Brassell — Phenix City — 3 Sam Braswell — Demopolis — 2 Steve Briant — Pensacola, Fla. — 3 Carol Bridgman — Millbrook — 1 Susan Bristow — Andalusia — 1 Ronald Britt — Montgomery — 3 Becky Brockman — Montgomery - Fuller Brooks — Edison — 1 Sheila Brooks — Andalusia — 1 Angelyn Browder — McKenzie — 1 Charles Evans Browder — Montgomery — 1 Cheryl Browder — Prattville — 1 Kitty Browder — Montgomery — 1 Tempie Browder — McKenzie — 1 Mary Brown — Gordo — 1 Paul Warren Brown — Evergreen — 3 Scott Brown — Jack — 3 291 Department of Physical Science Created Tim Brown — Jack — 1 Lynda Bryan — Bellwood — 1 Margaret Bryan — Dozier — 1 Linda Bryant — Enterprise — 2 Beverly Bryars — Bay Minette - Bill Buchannon — Troy — 1 Barbara Bullock — Troy — 3 Tommy Bullock — Geneva — 3 Marsha Burdeshaw — Phenix City — 1 Gay Anne Burnette — Alexander City - Joan C. Burt — Tailassee — 1 Annette Buryn — Bonifay, Fla. — 2 Belinda Bush — Georgiana — 2 Donald J. Bush — Montgomery — Ricky Bush — Opp — 3 Carl Butler — Fort Carson, Colo. Diane Butler - Rutledge — 3 Joretta Butler — Luverne — 1 Roy A. Buzbee — Riverview, Fla. — 3 Mixon C. Byrd, Jr. — Prattville — 1 Bill Caldwell — Brundidge — 3 Phil Caldwell — Montgomery — 2 Bruce D. Callander — Montgomery — 3 Carol Camp — Bay Minette — 3 Kathy Camp — Bay Minette — 1 Carol Campbell — Montgomery — 3 Gene M. Campbell — Brantley — 1 Jeanene Campbell — Opelika — 3 292 Judith Faye Campbell — Montgomery Linda Campbell — Troy — 1 Woody Canter — Montgomery — 3 Mike Cantey — Mathews — 1 Mary Ann Capell — Montgomery — Billy Ray Capps — Brantley — 1 Buddy Capps — Shady Grove — 3 Gary Cardwell — Montgomery — 3 Christa Jean Carlisle — Dothan — 3 Mary Alyce Carlisle — Troy — 1 Nina Carlisle — Troy — 1 Gregory Carlson — Montgomery — 1 Vee Carlton — Montgomery — 1 Ronald A. Carmichael — Montgomery — 1 Brenda Carpenter — Milton, Fla. — 2 Monica Jane Carpenter — Newville — 3 Linda Carr — Eufaula — 3 Bruce R. Carroll — Clayton — 1 Leslie Colleen Carroll — Dothan — 1 Tom Carroll — Andalusia — 2 Haroldine Malaika Carter — Troy — 1 Nancy Carter — Coffee Springs — 1 Susan Cashwell — Hurtsboro — 1 Tom Cason — Crestview — 2 Adrian P. Cassady — Andalusia — 1 Vance Catrett — Montgomery — 1 Shirley Causey — Blakely, Ga. — 3 Gwendolyn Cephas — Pittsburgh, Pa. — 1 Karry Chambers — Dothan — 3 Becky Champion — Greenville — 2 Jackie Chapman — Montgomery — 1 Mike Chapman — Valdosta, Ga. — 3 293 Three Faculty Members Added to School of Nursing Jane Chatham — Montgomery — 2 Sheila Chavis — Pensacola, Fla. — 1 Harriet Cherry — Burlington, North Carolina — 1 Rose Ellen Cherry — Ashford — 1 William Childers — Fort Lauderdale, Fla. — 1 Kay Childree — Ozark — 3 Alice Clark — Pensacola, Fla. — Eleanor Clark — Montgomery — Jerry Clark — Kinston — 1 Robert T. Clark — Montgomery Cindy Clarke — Montgomery — 1 George H. Clary — Sarasota, Fla. — 3 Cynthia J. Clearman — Dothan — 3 Arlene Jeanne Clemente — Edgewater, Fla. 1 Lynn M. Clements — Montgomery — 1 Patsy Clements — Luverne — 2 Gerald Wayne Clemmons — Florence — 2 Craig demons — Opp — 3 Gloria Cleveland — Millbrook — 2 Rusty Cobb — Dothan — 2 294 Susan Lee Cobb — Birmingham — 2 Steve Coe — Dothan — 1 Ron Cogburn — Winter Park, Fla. — 2 Jackie Coker — Greenville — 3 Carol Cole — Troy — 1 Sherry D. Cole — Phenix City — Cheryl Colley — Troy — 2 Robert L. Collier — Montgomery Alice Collins — Dothan — 3 Joey Colquett — Opp — 2 James Combie — Andalusia — 1 Dickie Combs — Pensacola, Fla. — Greg Conn — Montgomery — 1 Patrick Connor — Montgomery — Charlotte E. Cook — Sneads, Fla. Connie C. Cook — Montgomery — 2 Jim Cook — Birmingham — 3 Pam Cook — Andalusia — 1 Terry Richard Cook — Montgomery — 1 Tom Cook — Macon, Ga. — 3 Thomas F. Cooper — Montgomery — 3 Brenda Corbitt — Graceville, Fla. — 2 Glenda Corbitt — Graceville, Fla. — 2 Patricia W. Couch — Montgomery — 1 Judy Courson — Goshen — 3 Guy C. Courtney — Demopolis — 2 Carlos Paul Cowan — Geneva — 1 Gary Cox — Blountstown, Fla. — 2 Louis Crawford — Montgomery — 1 James T. Crawley — Troy — 3 J. C. Crews — Samson — 1 Jane Crittenden — Troy — 3 John D. Crook — Farmersville — 1 John R. Crook, Jr. — Evergreen — 1 Dean Crosby — Montgomery — 2 James Cross — Pensacola, Fla. — 3 Donn Crowder — Crestview, Fla. - Virginia Fowler Grumpier — Troy Linda Crusey — Troy — 3 Debra Gulp — Frattville — 2 295 Edna R. Cureton — Dothan — 3 Robert Curtis — Maitland, Fla. — 1 Robert L. Dahn — Columbus, Ga. — 2 Frances Danford — Enterprise — 3 Diane Daniel — Luverne — 2 Pat Daniel — Eclectic — 2 Dot Darden — Brent — 2 Robert Davidson — Birmingham Betty Jo Davis — Washington, Ga. Dave Davis — Elmore — 1 Diana Davis — Elba — 1 Horace Davis — Montgomery — 1 Residence Halls Headed by Student Directors Jackie Davis — Dothan — 1 Linda N. Davis — Coffee Springs Mac Davis, Jr. — Headland — 1 Mike Davis — Montgomery — 1 Patsy Davis — Headland — 3 Rhonda Davis — Troy — 2 Samuel J. Davis — Troy — 3 Gregory H. Daye — Troy — 3 Terry Dean — Dozier — 2 Gary Deas — Coffeeville — 3 Doug Dease — Dothan — 3 Donna Deason — Prattville — 3 Frank Deason — Ozark — 2 Kathryn Dell — Dothan — 1 Stephen G. Dennis — Montgomery Jeannie De Priest — Montgomery - 296 Donna Deptuch — Ronkonkoma, N. Y. — 1 Ginger De Vaughn — Elba — 3 Evelyn Deveridge — Goshen — 1 Pam Dial — Geneva — 2 Barry Diamond — Bronx, N. Y. — 2 Barbara Dixon — Chatom — 1 Jerry Dixon — Milton, Fla. — 1 Margaret Dollard — Warrington, Ga. — 1 Debbie Dominey — Columbus, Ga. — 2 Ann Donaldson — Troy — 1 Bonnie Dooley — Daleville — 3 John Doran — Atlanta, Ga. — 3 Judy Dorman — Luverne — 1 Dom Dorminey — Windsor, Conn. — 1 Sue Dorsey — Opp — 2 Henry Carroll Douglas — Ozark — 1 Sandra Douglas — Tallahassee, Fla. — 3 Jonathan James Dow — Abbeville — 1 Gail Dowling — Montgomery — 3 Steven B. Dowling — Montgomery — 1 ii ' M M 297 Dr. Tway Named New Head of History Department Mike Downs — Montgomery — 1 William Ronald Drinkard — Glenwood — 1 Anita Dubose — Andalusia — 3 JoAnn DuBose — Troy — 1 ( Lavone Dubose — Opp — 2 Debbie Dukes — Montgomery — 2 Cynthia Dunagan — Dothan — 1 Beth Duncan — Columbus — 1 Tim Dunn — Hopewell, Va. — 3 John J. Dykema — Geneva — 3 Freddy Dykes — Troy 3 Paul Dykes — Enterprise — 3 William R. Dykes — Troy — 3 Janice Eason — Montgomery — 2 George D. Echols — Auburn — 1 Jess G. Echord — Montgomery — 1 Joseph D. Edgar — Ozark — 2 Pam Edge — Georgiana — 1 Diane Edmonds — Richmond, Va. — 2 Jenny Edwards — Montgomery — 1 298 Chuck Eiland — Opp — 1 Jim Eiland — Opp — 3 Lessie Elder — Union Springs — 1 Larry L. Eldridge — Daleville — 2 Mazie Lou Elijah — Hope Hull — 1 Karen Ellis — Brundidge — 1 Martha Ellis — Troy — 3 Jerri Ann Elmore — Aliceville — 2 Lana English — Luverne — 2 Randy Etheridge — Auburn — 1 Robert Etheridge — Troy — 1 O ' Neal Evans — Montgomery — 3 Wayne E. Evans — Phenix City — 2 Richard Steven Everett — Vernon, Fla. - Mickey Ezell — Clayton — 1 Brenda Faison — Port St. Joe, Fla. — 3 Edgar Fannin — Shady Grove — 2 Robert Wiley Farrar — Canoe — 1 Cindy Farris — Montgomery — 1 Cathy Faulk — Cairo — 3 Denise Faulk — Ormond Beach, Fla. — 2 Erline Faulkner — Union Springs — 1 Vicki Favors — Phenix City — 1 Kay Fernander — Hialeah, Fla. — 2 Judy Finlayson — Union Springs — 3 Chip Fisher — Tampa, Fla. — 1 John Paul Fitzgerald — Atlanta, Ga. — 1 Wanda Fleming — Opp — 2 Ann Floyd — Troy — 2 • Paul Floyd — Troy — 1 Tim Floyd — Goshen — 2 Debbie Flowers — Goshen — 3 299 Donna Flowers — Troy — 3 Olivia Flowers — Brundidge — 3 Lynne Folmar — Luverne — 3 Donna Kae Fong — Brewton — 1 Lee Fong — Brewton — 3 Mary Ellen Ford — Uniontown — 1 Danny Lamar Foster — Montgomery — Donald J. Foster — Smiths — 2 Jennifer Foster — Pensacola, Fla. — 3 SteVe Foutz — Roanoke, Va. — 2 Sharon Free — Pensacola, Fla. — 1 William Joseph Free — Brantley — 2 Brenda Freeman — Troy — 1 Darlene Frost — Milton, Fla. — 2 Beverly Fulford — Panama City, Fla. Enrollment Was Third Largest in State James H. Fuller Montgomery — 1 Jerry Fulton — Troy — 3 Vicki Gaines — Gadsden — i Ginger Gammage — Eufaula — 3 Evadne Gannarelli — St. Cloud, Fla. — 3 Betty Ganett — Montgomery — 1 Don Gardner — Frisco City — 2 Gordon Gardner — Perote — 1 Carl Garner — Clayton — 2 Jamie Garrett — Banks — 3 Scott Garrett — Troy — 3 Delia Gatewood — Montgomery — 2 Rayford Gavin — Montgomery — 2 Lois Gary — Savannah, Ga. — 1 Elizabeth Gay — Apalachicola, Fla. — 2 Shea Gellerstedt — Dothan — 2 Karen Gibson — Florala — 2 Elinda Gillis — Pensacola, Fla. — 2 Anthony Gish — Montgomery — 1 Julius Givens — Headland — 1 300 Nancy Givens — Dothan — 1 Becky Coins — Phenix City — 2 Jack Goolsby — Florala — 1 Mike Gorday — Pensacola, Fla. — 3 Janet Goss — Troy — 2 Lynn Gowan — Mathews — 1 Susan Graddy — Dothan — 2 David Graham — Mobile — 3 Gail Graham — Auburn — 1 James Graham — Eastman, Ga. Robert Graham — Selma — 2 Elizabeth Grambling — Montgomery — 1 Bernice Granger — Cottonwood — 3 James Gray — Montgomery — 3 Shirley Gray — Selma — 2 Arthur Green — Montgomery — 1 Billie Green — Montgomery — 3 Cecelia Green — Union Springs — 1 Jane Green — Perote — 1 Janice Green — Montgomery — 3 Joan Green — Dothan — 2 Allen Greene — Clayton — 2 Huey Greene — Andalusia — 2 Jeffrey Greene — Tyndall AFB — 3 Stephen Gregory — Panama City — 2 301 Debra Gresham — Phenix City — 1 John Griffin — Brundidge — 1 Sue Griffin — Elba — 2 William Griffin — Brent — 2 Eileen Griffith — Pensacola, Fla. Lou Ann Griffith — Andalusia — David Griggs — Headland — 1 Harry Griggs — Samson — 2 James Griggs — Dothan — 3 Donland Grigsby — Midland City Richard Grigsby — Dothan — 2 Bobbie Grimes — Prattville — 1 Celeste Grubbs — Eufaula — 1 Thomas Guthrie — Montgomery — 3 Jean Habshey — Birmingham — 3 Douglas Hadley — Dothan — 3 " y Carlos Hagler — C layton — 3 j , Jeffery Haisten — Imperial Beach, Calif. — 1 James Hale — Daytona Beach, Fla. — 2 Mike Hall — Brundidge — 1 Aaron Ham — Montgomery — 3 Richard Hammett — Dozier — 2 Barbara Hamner — Montgomery — 2 Bill Hancock — Phenix City — 3 Geoffrey Handel — New York — 3 Cheryl Hannah — Geneva — 3 Michael Hanson — Columbus — 1 Ginny Hardeman — Montgomery — 1 Anne Harden — McKenzie — 3 Marsha Harden — Phenix City — 3 Olan Harden — Pensacola, Fla. — 1 John Harlow — Estero, Fla. — 3 302 11 Homecoming ' 70 Was Wild, Wonderful and Scary Tommy Harper — Ft. Deposit — 3 Eddie Harris — Montgomery — 2 Cynthia Harrison — Tallassee — 2 Linda Harrison — Chattahoochee — 3 Ronald Hart — Phenix City — 3 Cynthia Hartley — Dothan — 2 Paulette Hartley — Quincy — 3 Ronnie Hartzog — Selma — 2 Ann Hasty — Blakely, Ga. — 2 Carole Hataway — Troy — 3 Ferrell Hataway — Montgomery — 2 Ricky Hatcher — Geneva — 2 Eleanor Hause — Dothan — 2 Delaine Hawkins — Midland City — 1 Patsy Hawkins — Dothan — 3 Beverly Head — Troy — 1 Dana Heald — Montgomery — 2 Wanda Hearn — Phenix City — 1 Ruth Heggood — Shawmut — 2 Steve Helms — Luverne — 3 303 f - Susan Helms — Dothan — 1 Lee Helton — Troy — 1 Ann Henderson — Troy — 1 Carol Henderson — Montgomery — 1 Freddie Henderson — Montgomery — 3 Elaine Henderson — Troy — 1 Andy Hepburn — Auburn — 3 Sandra Herndon — Abbeville — 1 Sissy Herring — Montgomery — 1 Terry Hester — Troy — 1 Carl Hicks — Tuscaloosa — 1 Dorothy Hicks — Ashford — 3 ' ' TSU — College Football Power " Presented on ETV Brenda Hightower — Montgomery — 2 Patricia Hildreth — Pensacola, Fla. — 1 Pam Hill — Brewton — 3 David Hillier — West Palm Beach, Fla. — 3 Deborah Hilyer — Ashford — 1 Xylarose Hodges — Cottonwood Jennifer Hogg — Dozier — 3 Esther Holland — Saraland — 2 Kitty Holland — Mobile — 2 Joe Holley — Enterprise — 2 Johnny Holly — Foley — 2 Ralph Holly — Selma — 2 Larry Hollington — Arlington — 2 Judith Hollis — New Brockton — 2 Gladys Holloway — Troy — 3 Dave Holt — Maine — 2 304 Sue Hoomes — Glenwood — 3 William Hopper — Enterprise — 3 Barbara Horn — Hazlet, N.J. — 1 Rebecca Horn — Luverne — 1 Larry Hornsby — New Brockton — 3 Raymond Houghtry — Dothan — 1 Amy Houston — Brunswick — 3 Grover Houston — Hartford — 1 Bettie Howard — Brundidge — 2 Betty Howard — Montgomery — 2 Martha Jo Howard — Montgomery — 3 John Howell — Montgomery — 1 Pat Howell — Immokalee, Fla. — 1 Jane Houton — Bessemer — 2 Walter Hubbard — Troy — 3 Rodney Hudman — Wetumpka — 1 Kathy Hudson — Campbellton, Fla. — 3 Lonnie Hudson — Enterprise — 3 Susan Huggins — McKenzie — 3 Gail Hughes — Montgomery. — 2 305 Dining Hall Named For Former President Stewart Karen Hughes — Dothan — 2 Paul Hughes — Mobile — 1 Bert Hughley — Phenix City — 3 Nancy Huie — Montgomery — 2 Wyndall Hutcheson — Montgomery Stan Hutto — Grove Hill — 2 Ronnie Ingram — Banks — 1 John Ivey — Webb — 3 Tommy Isbell — Wetumpka — 2 Debbie Jackson — Montgomery — 3 Dorothy Jackson — Elba — 1 Murray James — West Palm Beach, Fla. Eldridge Jeffcoat — Petrey — 3 Judy Jeffcoat — Troy — 2 Patricia Jeffcoat — Petrey — 3 Sherrill Jeffcoat — Luverne — 2 Robert Jehle — Montgomery — 1 Candice Jenison — Akron — 1 Winkie Jennings — Mongtomery — 2 Albert Johnson — Demopolis — 2 Beverly Johnson — Columbus, Ga. — 3 Debbie Johnson — Troy — 1 Deborah Johnson — Hartford — 1 Dianne Johnson — Dothan — 3 Eugene Johnson — Pensacola, Fla. — 2 306 Faye Johnson — Clio — 2 James Johnson — Dellona, Fla. — 1 Judy Johnson — Skipperville — 3 Lena Johnson — Troy — 1 Linda Johnson — Montgomery — 1 Patricia Johnson — Fitzpatrick — 1 Shirley Johnson — Prattville — 2 Virginia Johnson — Union Springs Jackie Johnston — Coosada — 1 Pat Johnston — Jack — 1 Annye Jewelle Jones — Troy — 2 Billy Jones — Montgomery — 2 Carole Jones — Freeport, Fla. — 1 Charlie Jones — Troy — 1 Dale Jones — Camden — 1 Gary Jones — Opp — 1 Ginger Jones — Crestview, Fla. — 1 Hank Jones — Ft. Myers, Fla. — 3 Jerald Jones — Verbena — 3 Joseph Wayne Jones — Greenville — 3 Kathy Jones — Pike Road — 1 Larry Jones — Kinston — 1 Nancy Jones — Greenville — 2 Karen Jordan — Ashford — 1 Sue Jordan — Coffee Springs - Betty Jordan — Banks — 3 Billie Jordan — Geneva — 3 Jacqueline Jordan — Troy — 2 Kathy Justice — Geneva — 3 Richard Kayton — N. Y. City, N. Y. David Keadle — Thomasville, Ga. Harry Kearley — Montgomery — Jerry Joe Keel — Dothan — 3 Lee Keeler — Montgomery — 3 William Keeney — Montgomery - Rhonda Kelly — Troy — 3 Roylene Kennett — Elba — 1 Sonny Ketchum — Ocala, Fla. — 1 Kathryn Kelley — Elba — 2 John Kennedy — Phenix City — 2 307 (( Sound of South " Invited to Pro Bowl Game Glenda Key — Troy — 2 Jerry Key — Clio — 3 Floyd Killebrew — Troy — 1 Ann Killet — Troy — 3 Ellen Killough — Mobile — 1 Roger Kinard — Centreville — 1 Mike Kindig — Montgomery — 1 James King — Crestview, Fla. — 1 Jerry King — Luverne — 1 John King — Dothan — 3 Larry King — Crestview, Fla. - Rebecca King — Pinckard — 3 Lucie Kirkland — Dothan — 3 Tom Kiser — Troy — 3 Kathy Klauss — Fort Walton Beach, Fla. — 1 Eugene Kleiderer — Montgomery — 1 Faith Kline — Troy — 3 Brenda Knight — Lanett — 2 Albert Knox — Andalusia — 3 Charles Kovac — Melbourne, Fla. — 1 308 Steven Lammon — Montgomery — 1 John Lambert — 2 Frank Landreth — 2 Jerry Lane — Andalusia — 2 Larry Lane — Madrid — 3 Ron Lane — Pensacola, Fla. — 3 James Langley — Fort Deposit — 2 Mike Langley — Foley — 3 Anthony LaForte — Cordele — 1 Charles Lathrop — Gonzalez, Fla. Rhonda Ledlow — Decatur — 3 Dot Lee — Red Level — 2 Gussie Lee — Elba — 3 James Lee — Montgomery — 2 Mary Lee — Brundidge — 3 Pat Lee — Ft. Deposit — 2 Brenda Legg — Troy — 1 Diane Lemon — Miami, Fla. — 3 Patti Lewis — Greenville — 1 Thomas Liles — Brewton — 2 Carolyn Lindsay — Lenox, Ga. — 2 Sammy Lindsey — Troy — 3 James Liner — Montgomery — 1 Larry Link — Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. — 1 William Lisenby — Troy — 1 Raymond Little — Montgomery — 2 Charles Littlefield — Dothan — 3 Mary Littlefield — Dothan — 2 Robert Livingston — Webb — 2 Mildred Locke — Enterprise — 3 Libbye Lloyd — Greenville — 2 Beth Lockwood — Eufaula — 2 309 Brenda Logan — Tyler — 2 Janice Logan — Montgomery — 3 Debbie Loggins — Dothan — 1 John Long — Troy — 2 Margie Long — Bay Minette — 3 Curtis Love — Huntsville — 1 Charlotte Loveless — Birmingham — 1 Linda Lowrie — Montgomery — 1 Che Lowrey — Centerville — 3 Jerry Lowery — Montgomery — 2 Fran Lucas — Montgomery — 1 William Lucus — Montgomery — 1 Geography Major Added to Curriculum Jo Ann Lunsford — New Brockton Peggy Lushington — Montgomery Donnie Lynn — Eufaula — 1 Greg McAlily — Hartford — 2 Gail McCarley — Prattville — 1 Ronnie McClure — Selma — 2 William McCluskey — Hialeah, Fla. — 1 Darlene McCord — Prattville — 1 ' J y rn r 310 Ruby Sue McCoy — Newville — 3 Susan McCorkle — Ashford — 1 James William McCullough — Jones — 1 Kaye McCurley — Dothan — 2 Annice McDonald — Dothan — 3 Jannice McDonald — Dothan — 3 Teresa McDuffie — Hartford — 3 Christopher McDougald — Geneva Chris McFadden — Montgomery — Paul McFillin — Montgomery — 3 Beverly McGlen — Troy — 2 Judy Mcintosh — Enterprise — 3 Pamela D. McKenzie — Montgomery — 2 Shelia McKissick — Montgomery — 3 Jane McKnight — Abbeville — 3 Patty McLamb — Demopolis — 1 Danny McLeod — Camden — 3 Linda McLeod — Goshen — 2 Jerry McLendon — Banks — 3 Teresa McLendon — Midland City Dell McManus — Selma — 1 Steve McMath — Montgomery — 2 Joseph McNamara — Wilmington, Del. Dollins McReynolds — Dothan — 3 1 £ Linda McSwean — Luverne — 2 Althea McQueen — Fort Deposit — 2 Bonnie MacLean — Brundidge — 2 Robert MacLeod — Montgomery — 3 Janet MacNeil — Pensacola, Fla. — 3 Linda Macon — Andalusia — 3 James Maddox — Montgomery — 3 John Maddox — Port St. Joe, Fla. — 3 311 Paul and Chapman Named Alumni Men of Year Larry Maddox — Andalusia — 3 Ella Mallory — Elba — 2 Norma Malloy — Elba — 1 Debby Maloy — Geneva — 1 Rebecca Ann Manley — Eufaula — 3 Francine Mancuso — Montgomery — 1 Francie Marler — Andalusia — 3 William C. Marrs — Falls Church, Va. - Shirley Marsh — Phenix City — 3 Donald Lee Marshall — Jay, Fla. — 1 Margaret Marshall — Montgomery — 2 Debbie Martin — Montgomery — 1 Donna Gayle Martin — Dothan — 8 Marlaine Martin — Frisco City — 3 Steve Woody Martin — Hamilton, Ohio - James Maske — Selma — 2 Cheryl Mason — Shawmut — 2 Curtis Massey — Immokalee, Fla. — 3 Pat Massey — Huntsville — 2 Rebecca Massey — Birmingham — 1 Robert Massey — Immokalee, Fla. — 1 Henry Massler — Ozark — 1 Cecelia Mathis — Ozark — 1 Michael Mathis — Dothan — 3 Charles Mathews — Greenville — 2 Dianne Maxey — Auburn — 3 Wayne May — Greensboro — 1 Myra Mays — Birmingham — 2 E. Ann Meadows — Troy — 2 Patricia Ann Medley — Montgomery — 1 Arleen Medved — Elberta — 3 Harry Melton — Crestview, Fla. — Betty Mercier — Dothan — 2 Janice Menefee — Ramer — 1 Sandra Meredith — Union Springs ?Mm 312 Stephen Mercer — Dothan — 3 Kathy Merrill — Andalusia — 2 Debbie Miller — Greenville — 2 Joy Miller — Donalsonville, Ga. — 2 Doreen Merritt — Bushnell, Fla. — 1 Dean Mertins — Wetumpka — 3 Gretchen Messer — Blakely, Ga. — 3 Gail Messick — Goshen — 1 Lynn Michalik — Montgomery — 1 Natha Middleton — Andalusia — 3 Roy Miers — Montgomery — 1 Douglas Miller — Pensacola, Fla. — 3 David Miller — Salem — 1 Tommy Miller — Linden — 3 Mignonne Millergren — Panama City, Fla. Jan Millican — Umatilla, Fla. — 1 Elizabeth Hope Mills — Luverne — 1 Lynne Mills — Dothan — 2 Rennie Mills — Montgomery — 2 Sherry Mills — Titusville, Fla. — 3 Tom Mims — Abbeville — 3 Alfia Mirabella — Apalachicola, Fla. Dee Mitcham — Montgomery — 1 Lether Mitchell — Louisville — 3 Patti Mitchell — Crestville, Fla. — 2 Jimmy Mixon — Ashford — 1 Bess Mize — Dothan — 3 David Molner — Oswego, Oregon Gail Moody — Selma — 1 Lee Moody — Mobile — 1 Teri Mooney — Millbrook — 1 Janet Moore — Opp — 2 Timothy Moore — Montgomery — 1 James Richard Moores — Montgomery Richard Money — Headland — 3 Mary Kay Morgan — Greenville - Pam Morgan — Montgomery — 3 Pam Morgan — Montgomery — 2 Terry Morgan — Troy — 3 Tom Morgan — Haines City, Fla. - 313 Eddie Morris — Wintergarden, Fla. — 1 Newt Morris — Geneva — 3 James Morrison — Clayton — 2 Pam Morton — Jacksonville, Fla. — 1 Bill Moseley — Montgomery — 3 Julia Gail Moseley — Montgomery — 3 Ronald Wayne Moses — Highland Home Peggy Moshell — Pensacola, Fla. — 3 John Motley — Montgomery — 1 Jeffrey Mountz — Reading, Pa. — 2 Lish Mullis — Jacksonville, Fla. — 2 Maureen Mulvaney — Montgomery - Mary Sharon Mungenast — Montgomery Patti Mungenast — Montgomery — 1 Bruce Murchison — Montgomery — 2 James Murphy — Montgomery — 2 Pat Murphy — Montgomery — 2 Robert Murphy — Huntsville — 3 Ruth Ann Myrick — Mobile — 3 Sara Neighbors — Selma — 1 Charlotte Nelson — Dothan — 2 Douglas Nelson — Arlington, Va. — ] Richard Nelson — Troy — 1 LaDonna Nestor — Montgomery — 2 Greg Newman — Shawmut — 1 June Newman — Troy — 2 Gay Nichols — Columbiana — 2 George Nichols — Luverne — 2 Sam Nichols — Andalusia — 3 Pauline Nolin — Auburn — 3 William Norman — Luverne — 2 Eddie Norred — Troy — 1 314 Trustees Authorized Granting of Ed.S. Degree Donald Norrell — Montgomery — 1 Linda Norrell — Troy — 3 Regina Norris — Florala — 1 Blake Northington — Portsmouth, Rhode Is. Steve Norton — Clinton — 2 Carol Gates — Headland — 1 John O ' Brien — Phenix City - Dale Odom — D ozier — 3 Jeff Odom — Chatom — 1 Timothy O ' Gynn — Foley — 3 Lawrence Oliver — Montgomery — 1 Mary Jane Oliver — Loving, Texas — Rita Oliver — Port St. Joe, Fla. — Charles O ' Neal — Melbourne, Fla. Phillip Owens — Monroeville — 3 Becky Padgett — Andalusia — 2 Peggy Louise Padgett — Brewton — 3 Carol Jean Pair — Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Susan Page — Eau Gallie, Fla. — 2 Vicki Parducci — Montgomery — 2 315 Nancy Parish — Montgomery — 2 Priscilla Park — Montgomery — 3 Vicki Park — Troy — 2 Becky Parker — Phenix City — 1 Joel Parmer — Dothan — 1 Nancy Parmer — Fairhope — 2 Stephen Parramore — Dothan — 3 Carmilita Parrish — Dothan — 1 Patti Parrish — Crestview, Fla. — 1 Janice Parsons — Panama City, Fla. — Floyd Alexander Pate — Camden — 1 Dinah Patrick — Abbeville — 1 Prince Patton — Geneva — 1 Brice Paul — Elba — 2 Stephen Paulk — Ramer — 3 Richard Penton — Montgomery Jill Perdue — Luverne — 3 Marianne Perrin — Rockledge, Fla. — 1 Susanne Perrin — Selma — 3 Laura Petrey — Petrey — 2 Frank Petry — Eufaula — 2 Harry Phillips — Luverne — 1 Johnnie Phillips — Montgomery — 1 Margaret Phillips — Headland — 1 Martha Phillips — Clio — 3 Michael Phillips — Valdosta — 1 Vickie Jannette Phillips — Perote — 3 Coleen Philpot — Morgan, Ga. — 3 Brenda Pike — Montgomery — 3 Jenny Pilkilton — Crestview, Fla. Benny Pinckard — Troy — 3 Kenneth Pinkard — Brantley — 1 316 Retherford Outstanding as Mother Courage Judith Pisciotta — Bethesda, Md. — 3 I Jim Pissanos — Birmingham — 3 Nicli Pissanos — Birmingham — 2 Jimmy Pogue — Prattville — 1 Joan Pokay — Miami Springs, Fla. - Dimitri Polizos — Montgomery — 2 Jim Pope — Perote — 3 Louise Pope — Montgomery — 2 Patricia Pope — Montgomery - Kathy Porter — Troy — 1 Lonnie Porter — Selma — 1 Steve Porter — Demopolis — 3 Robert Powell — Selma — 1 Francis Powers — Summerdaie — 2 Cecilia Prescott — Montgomery — 2 Gillie Presley — Enterprise — 1 John Price — Newville — 1 Rebecca Prier — Montgomery — 2 Stuart Allen Prine — Prattville — 1 Linda Prisock — Montgomery — 2 317 Collegiates Again Presented on Mutual Radio Mary Ann Puccio — Clio — 1 Donna Pulley — Montgomery — Ricky Pugh — Foley — 2 Sonny Pursell — Pensacola, Fla. Gayle Racine — Robertson — 3 Janice Rains — Miami Springs, Fla. — 2 Evelyn Raley — Headland — 2 Theresa Raley — Andalusia — 3 Kaye Randall — Dothan — 1 Ginger Rasbury — Perdido Beach — 2 Judy Raybon — Montgomery — 3 Gerald Redden — Ft. Mitchell — 1 Dianne Reeves — Troy — 1 Jon Reeves — Eufaula — 1 Patricia Register — Dothan — 2 Jerry Reickenback — Montgomery — 2 Cecelia Reid — Garland — 3 Cynthia Reid — Garland — 1 Antoinette Renardo — Tarpon Springs, Fla. — 1 Jerry Renfroe — Troy — 3 Donna Reynolds — Montgomery — 2 Susan Reynolds — Tuskegee — 1 Virginia Reynolds — Kinston — 3 Nancy Rhodes — Luverne — 1 Charles Rice — Marbury — 2 318 Betty Richburg — Luverne — 1 William Richards — Dothan — 3 Wayne Rickles — Montgomery — 3 Billy Rikard — Brewton — 3 Cindy Ritche — Dothan — 1 Carol Rives — Selma — 3 Lois Robb — Winter Park, Fla. Bill Roberts — Brundidge — 3 Cathy Roberts — Ozark — 3 Kathy Roberts — Dothan — 3 Saundra Roberts — Montgomery — 1 Sheila Roberts — Troy — 3 Charles Robertson — Prattville — 1 Michael Robinson — Ozark — 1 Terrence Robinson — Pensacola, Fla. — 2 Ann Rochelle — Huntsville — 1 Jim Rockwell — Pensacola, Fla. Alice Dianne Rodgers — Troy — Carnell Rodgers — Troy — 1 Jeff Rodgers — Brundidge — 2 John William Rodgers — Prattville — 1 George Rogero — Valdosta, Ga. — 2 Cindy Rogers — Phenix City — 3 Dianne Rogers — Luverne — 3 Randy Rogers — Luverne — 1 319 Stephen Rogers — Wetumpka - Jerry Rogers — Ozark — 3 Wayne Rolling — Petrey — 1 Tom Romary — Sylacauga — 2 Mary Roth — Pensacola, Fla. — Jeff Ray — Montgomery — 2 Steve Rushing — Shalimar, Fla. Eddie Russell — Ozark — 2 Lynn Russell — Jay, Fla. — 2 Patty Russell — Montgomery — 2 Linda Rutherford — Montgomery — 3 Daniel Ryland — Pensacola, Fla. — 2 Cal Sadler — Wintergarden, Fla. — J Al Sanders — Montgomery — 2 Benita Sanders — Montgomery — 1 Martha Sanders — Luverne — 3 Rex Sanders — Phenix City — 3 Ronnie Sanders — Headland — 3 Jan Sanders — Crestview, Fla. — 1 Dee Sanford — Troy — 1 320 Air Force ROTC Unit Was Organized Nadine Sanford — Wetumpka — 2 Susan Saunders — Troy — 2 Jackie Saturday — Adel, Ga. — 3 Jeannie Saunders — Samson — 3 Wayne Saxon — W. Palm Beach, Fla. — James Scarborough — Phenix City — 1 Serena Schlich — Loxley — 3 Cheriel Schwartz — Pensacola, Fla. — 2 Bruce Austin Scott — Clarkston, Ga. Wayne Scott — Arlington, Va. — 2 Donald Seal — Troy — 3 Kathy Seay — Brundidge — 3 Joe Sellers — Troy — 2 Sherry Sellers — Troy — 1 Suzanne See — Montgomery — 3 Christine Sexton — Honoraville — 1 Ron Sewell — Eufaula — 2 James Shaddix — Mulberry, Fla. — 2 Tony Shaw — Union Springs — 1 Deborah Snell — Troy — 2 Donald Shepard — Montgomery — 1 Sandi Shepard — Marianna, Fla. — 2 Robert Sheppard — Troy — 3 Milton Sherman — Arlington, Va. — 2 Nick Sherman — Selma — 1 Mitchell Shirah — Clio — 1 Shawna Shiver — Dothan — 3 Cynthia Shockley — Fairfax — 1 321 Green Selected NAIA All-American Larry Simmons — Enterprise — 3 Lynette Simmons — Hialeah, Fla. — Sally Simmons — Atlanta, Ga. — 2 Zelma Simmons — Greenville — 1 David Simpson — Montgomery — 1 Eileen Simpson — Montgomery — 2 Kay Simpson — Montgomery — 2 Gwin Michael Sims — Millbrook — 3 Marilyn Singleton — Wetumpka — 1 Deborah Skipper — Dothan — 2 Gregory Malone Skipper — Panama City, Fla. — 3 Marsha Slocum — Tuskegee — 3 Frances Sluga — Tampa, Fla. — 3 Bruce Smiley — Daytona Beach, Fla. — 3 Kenneth Smiley — Troy — 2 Allan Smith — Daytona Beach, Fla. — 2 Billy Smith — Mobile — 3 Bivin Small — Atlanta, Ga. — 1 Carolyn Smith — Dothan — 1 Charlotte Smith — Phenix City — 2 322 mM J ik Dennis Smith — Troy — 1 Dkanne Smith — Wetumpka — 2 Ed Smith — Montgomery — 3 Eddie Smith — Florala — 2 Elaine Smith — Montgomery — 3 Hazel Smith — Troy — 2 Joel Smith — Opp — 1 Lowell Smith — Opp — 1 Lynn Gates Smith — Headland — 1 Margaret Smith — Prattville — 3 Margaret Smith — Opp — 3 Mary Smith — Union Springs — 1 Nancy Smith — Phenix City — 1 Paul Smith — Dothan — 2 Peggy Smith — Troy — 1 Sebie Smith — Montgomery — 1 Smitty Smith — Montgomery — 1 Raymond Smith — Panama City, Fla. — 3 Stephen Smith — Florala — 3 Susan Smith — Opelika — 3 Susan Smith — Montgomery — 1 Thomas Smith — Panama City, Fla. — 1 Vicki Smith — Dothan — 1 Lamar Smitherman — Montgomery — 3 Steven Smothers — Pensacola, Fla. — 3 Carol Snell — Dothan — 3 Suellen Snowden — Riverview — 3 Jay Solomon — Dothan — 2 Phil Soloman — Headland — 1 E. B. Southall — Pensacola, Fla. — 3 Debbie Spann — Dothan — 2 Ronda Spires — Montgomery Bill Spivey — Prattville — 2 Jerry Spivey — Troy — 1 Wiley Spivey — Montgomery - McDuffie Stallworth — Pine Apple — 1 Jo Ann Stanford — Montgomery — 1 Judy Stanford — Greenville — 2 Joseph Stanley — Freeport, Fla. — 2 William Masters Starling — Cuthbert, Ga. 323 Classic Cinema Presented ' ' Golden Oldies ' John Steed — Brundidge — 3 Cathy Steele — Eufaula — 1 Howard Wayne Stephens — Sylacauga — 2 Jo Ann Stephens — Pensacola, Fla. — 2 Julian Stephens — Selma — 2 Rick Stetson — Barrington, 111. — 3 Danny Stevens — Troy — 2 Debra Stevenson — Opp — 1 Glynn Stewart — Camden — 3 Sandra Stewart — Abbeville — 3 Connie Stockton — Troy — 1 Gary Stogner — Vero Beach, Fla. — 1 Benjamin Stokes — Goshen — 1 Mike Stokes — Crestview, Fla. — 2 Susan Streetman — Hurtsboro — 1 Becky Strickland — Atmore — 2 Sue Strickland — Bushnell, Fla. — 2 Shelby Stringfellow — Montgomery Brad Stutts — Wetumpka — 1 David Suddath — Montgomery — 1 324 Katy Sugrue — Oxon, Md. — 3 Carolyn Sullivan — Bainbridge, Ga. — 1 Tom Sullivan — Hartford — 1 Charles Jeffrey Suydam — Montgomery — 2 Rick Swain — Anthony, Fla. — 1 Barbara Swindle — Prattville — 2 Thomas Synco — Troy — 1 Nancy Talley — Montgomery — 2 Robert Talley — Montgomery — 1 Sally Tangen — Melbourne, Fla. — 3 Sandra Tate — Semmes — 1 Jim Tatum — Montgomery — 1 Connie Taylor — Selma — 1 Jeffrey Steven Taylor — Fairfax - Janice Taylor — Montgomery — 1 Laurie Taylor — Atlanta, Ga. — 1 Larry Taylor — Monticello, Ga. — 3 Linda Taylor — Mobile — 3 Robert Taylor — Montgomery — 3 Robert Taylor — Phenix City 2 Allen Taylor — Lafayette — Darylene Teel — Eufaula — ! Jerry Temple — Troy — 2 Sandra Teague — New Hope Anelyn Tew — Union Springs — 1 Donald Ray — Dothan — 1 Tom Thaggard — Montgomery — 3 Lucinda Thigpen — Montgomery — 3 Karen Thomas — Brewton — 2 Howard Thomas — Fairhope — 1 LaNeta Thomas — Pensacola, Fla. — 1 Linda Thomas — Camden — 3 325 Star-Spangled Girl Top Production of Winter tk Wanda Thomas — Jacksonville, N. C. Ronnie Thompkins — Andalusia — 1 June Thompson — Midway — 1 Randall Thompson — Hartford — 3 Karen Thornton — Phenix City — J James Thrash — Montgomery — 1 Anthony Thrower — Lanett — 3 Pamela Ann Till — Greenville — 2 Sandra Jo Till — Greenville — 1 Emily Tillman — McKenzie — 1 Sandra Tindoll — Union Springs — 3 William Tindoll — New Brockton — 2 Susan Todd — Montgomery — 1 John Toole — Eufaula — 1 Donna Trawick — Opelika — 1 Karen Trawick — Skipperville — 2 Pat Trawick — Opelika — 3 Susan Traylor — Montgomery — 3 Pam Troutman — Atmore — 1 Archie Tucker — Dothan — 3 Martin Tucker — Montgomery — 1 Terry Turner — Montgomery — 3 Larry Turner — Montgomery — 3 Elaine Turnipseed — Fitzpatrick — 3 Robert Twiford — Easton, Pa. — 3 Margaret Tye — Abbeville — 2 Donnie Vance — Adel, Ga. — 2 Jim Vance — Selma — 3 326 Dan Vandervort — Montgomery — 3 Judy Varner — Andalusia — 3 Vicki Vinson — Montgomery — 1 Becky Waddail — Phenix City — 1 Pansy Walden — Bellwood — 3 Debbie Walker — Brantley — 1 Ed Walker — Gulf Breeze, Fla. — 3 Helen Rebecca Walker — Milton, Fla. — 2 Lauresa Walker — Eufaula — 2 Lynann Walker — Luverne — 1 Arthur Wallace — Mobile — 1 George H. Wallace — De Funiak Springs, Fla. — 3 Thomas Wallace — Montgomery — 3 Sharon Walters — Thomaston — 1 Steve Walters — Troy — 2 Keloth Ann Ward — Headland — 3 Jeanne Watson — Excel — 1 Douglas Weathers — Troy — 3 Jeff Weaver — Phenix City — 3 Jeffrie Weaver — Phenix City — 1 Ray Weaver — Montgomery — 1 Ray Weeks — Eufaula — 1 Kenneth Weil — Montgomery — 2 Mary Lucy Welch — Luverne — 2 Phillip Wells — Troy — 2 Sandra Wells — Millbrook — 2 Angle Wesley — Chancellor — 3 Cecil West — Duluth, Minn. — 1 Janet Whaley — Troy — 1 Ronald Wheeler — Dozier — 1 Michael Whiddon — Newville — 3 Ann White — Blakely, Ga. — 1 327 Emmett White — Prattville — 1 Penny Jo White — Headland — 1 Lois White — Panama City, Fla. — 3 Sheryl Yvonne White — Ozark — 3 Karen Whitehead — Eufaula — 2 Ronald Whitehead — Dothan — 3 George Whitehurst — Crestview, Fla. — 2 Sharion Whitlock — Montgomery — 3 Judy Ann Whitney — Montgomery — 2 Robert Whittle — Andalusia — 2 Janice Whiteman — Opp — 1 Brad Wientjes — Montgomery — 1 Debra Wiggins — Monroeville — 1 Paula Wiggins — Andalusia — 3 John Wiley — Birmingham — 2 Smith Drafted in 6th Round by Eagles Mary Lois Wilkerson — Troy — 3 Pam Wilkinson — Troy — 3 Susan Wilkerson — Union Town — 1 James Wilkes — Troy — 2 John Wilkes — Baldwin, Fla. — 2 Steve Wilkes — Troy — 1 Wanda Wilkins — Crestview, Fla. --2 Steve Wilks — Montgomery — 2 Ann Williams — Donalsonville, Ga. — 2 Annie Lon Williams — Louisville — 3 George Landon Williams — Ozark — 1 Jo Ann Williams — Milton, Fla. — 3 John Williams — Montgomery — 2 Rick Williams — Montgomery — 3 Lib bie Williford — Coosada — 1 Patricia Ruth Willis — Dothan — 1 Beth Wilson — Phenix City — 1 Elisa Wilson — Demopolis — 1 Jamie Wilson — Brundidge — 3 Jan Causandra Wilson — Enterprise 328 John Wilson — Elba — 1 Ray Wilson — Troy — 1 Sam Windham — Dothan — 1 Robert Winebarger — Rocky Mt., N. C. - Dennis Wingard — Melbourne, Fla. — 1 Zorina Windsor — Panama City, Fla. Clifford Winter — Huntsville — 2 David Wissel — Daleville — 3 Charlotte Wood — Troy — 3 Patricia Wood — Troy — 1 Sandi Wood — Phenix City — 2 Ann Woodall — Grove Hill — 3 Robert Brown Woodall — Grove Hill — 2 Martha Woodham — Midland City — 3 Barbara Woods — Headland — 2 Miller Woodson — Opelika — 2 Ginger Lynne Wright — McKenzie - Johnny Wright — Montgomery — 3 Margie Wright — Samson — 3 Phyllis Wright — Biloxi, Miss. — 2 Bill Wyatt — Montgomery — 1 Susan Wynn — Phenix City — 1 William Wynne — Mobile — 3 Gail Yarbrough — Montgomery — 2 Teresa Yarbrough — Prattville — 1 Phyllis Yates — Milton, Fla. — 2 Donna Kay Young — Panama City, Fla. Brenda Younger — Montgomery — 3 Fred Zirkelbach — Pensacola, Fla. — 2 329 Seniors Kim G. Abare, Troy Carol Adams, Troy Eddie W. Adams, Opp Evan Adams, Montgomery Jane Adams, Troy Johnny P. Adams, Baker, Fla. Thomas Adams, Troy Dianne Addison, Ashford Cheryl Akins, Elberta James W. Allen, Dothan Lucinda S. Aman, Ashford Christa Anderson, Chancellor Ziba Anderson, Pine Apple Tom Arrington, Troy Dianne Asher, Elba Michael Autrey, Greenville George Baker, De Funiak Springs, Fla. Randy Banks, Pell City 330 Thomas Barber, Prattville John Dick Barr, Banks Fred Bassett, Lakeland, Fla. Barbara Battaglia, Panama City, Fla. Mardra Baxter, Dothan Beverly Beasley, Troy Jack Beasley, Montgomery Cleo Bedsole, Florala James Belcher, Brundidge Gurnee Hughes Bell, Troy Linda Sue Bell, Luverne Mickey Bell, Ozark James D. Berry, Dothan John Berry, Pensacola, Fla. Robert Berry, Birmingham Maria Bigot, Ft. Walton Beh, Fla. Jamie Blackmon, Troy Antanette Blackwell, Red Level . 331 Bunnie Blackwell, Foley Lucille Blair, Troy Ann Blankenship, Newville Michael Blevins, Montgomery Joe Pat Bludsworth, Ozark David Bodenhamer, Foley Batie Set New Montgomery Relay Record Richard Bone, Montgomery Sarah Bonnister, Falls Church, Va. Charles Boothe, Troy Sherlon Boothe, Coffee Springs Richard Brooks, Troy Betty Lou Boween, Clayton 332 Gloria Brackin, Dothan Katie Bradford, Tallahassee, Fla. Rebecca Ann Bragg, Jack Becky Brock Brand, Enterprise Judy Brannon, Newville Kenneth Branson, Clio Spencer Brantley, Montgomery Bill Bray, Troy Doug Brock, Milton, Fla. Annette Brooks, Union Springs Judi Ann Brown, Venice, Fla. Darrell Browning, Frisco City James Rex Bryan, Elba John M. Bryan, Montgomery Judy Cox Bryan, Elba Donald Brugel, East Islip, N. Y. Clayton Bush, Jr., Fort Deposit Thomas L. Butler, Pensacola, Fla. 333 Hamlet With Dame Judith Anderson Presented Richard F. Byrd, Selma Rosa Byrd, Troy Nancy Caldwell, Brundidge Alec Cameron, Montgomery Stephen Campbell, Troy Donna Carnes, Brantley Millie Carrillo, Columbus, Ga. Glenda Caswell, Freeport, Fla. Philip Chambless, Columbus, Ga. Harold Chapman, Troy Vinod Chawla, New Delhi, India Charles Christmas, Marianna, Fla. Susan Christmas, Troy Zilpha Clements, Newville William R. Coker, Troy Sherolyn Coley, Montgomery Patricia Collins, Newville James D. Cook, Montgomery 334 Herman Franklin Corbin, Kannapolis, N. C. Robert L. Corwin, Montgomery John M. Councilman, Phenix City Jane Craft, Troy David Creel, Panama City, Fla. Dana Crocker, Milton, Fla. Lisa Crouch, Seale Willard Crowe, Cartersville, Ga. Freida Crumpler, Montgomery Jill Curtis, Troy John T. Curtis, Orlando, Fla. Luther Dacus, Phenix City 335 Jerome Daly, Athens Roger Daniel, Panama City, Fla. Mary Ann Darden, Brent Annette Davis, Troy Olin Davis, Andalusia Dewitt Dawkins, Banks Sherman Competed in National NAIA Meet Dianne Day, De Funiak Sprgs., Fla. Lovis Arthur de la Croix, Headland Hildred Deese, Ashford Larry Denney, Salt Lake City, Utah Geary M. Dismukes, Brewton Alan Dorn, Opelika Susan Dowling, Headland Larry Dreaden, Troy Linda Dukes, Dothan Joel Dunlap, Burlington, N. C. Julie Dunson, Foley Brenda East, New Site 336 Wanda Elder, Cleveland, Tennessee Twyla Ellis, Sandy Ridge Gerald Essary, Montgomery Lorene Estes, Gantt Judy Eubanks, Pansey Patty Evans, Florala Dennis Ezzell, Kinston Kay Fariss, Blakely, Ga. Patricia Farrior, Hayneville Charles Farrow, Eclectic John Fergoson, Ozark Hugh Finlay, Goshen Glenn Fish, Tr oy Richard Flagg, Opp Sharon Fleming, Ramer Sharon Flowers, Elba Anne Folmar, Goshen Frances Folmar, Montgomery 337 George Foster, Crestview, Fla. Michael Fowler, Dothan Roger Franklin, Montgomery David Funderburke, Albany, Ga. Edward Garner, Troy Dale Gibson, Baker, Fla. Gail Gibson, Honoraville Kenneth Gibson, Troy William Giglio, Phenix City Tommy Gilbert, Blakely, Ga. Linda Gilley, Milton, Fla. Marvin Glasgow, Panama City Fla. 338 Greek Week Was Best Ever Larry Goodwin, Titusville, Fla. Gary Grantham, Geneva O ' Neal Green, Dothan Harold Griffith, Eclectic John Grissett, Pensacola, Fla. Marjorie Hallman, Montgomery Harold Hamiter, Brooklyn Janis Harly, Dothan Mike Harper, Montgomery Virginia Harper, Tallahassee, Fla. Jimmy Harrison, Birmingham Rufus Haymon, Newton Gloria Head, Millbrook Carol Headley, Prattville Corene Hegler, Brundidge Dianne Hegler, Brundidge Freddie Hegler, Brundidge Susan Helmes, Montgomery 339 Susan Henderson, Phenix City Wayne Henderson, Montgomery Mary Herbert, Brundidge William Herman, N. East, Penn. Jack Herring, Montgomery Larry Hicks, Troy New Deans of Business and Arts and Sciences Named 1 Patsy Hilburn, Goshen Anabeth Hill, Ft. Rucker Cleo Hiner, Elba David Hinson, Eufaula Lawanna Hocutt, Elba Eddy Hollington, Arlington, Ga. John M. Holmes, Lafayette Suzanne Holsombeck, Prattville Edgar Hopkins, Midland City Alan Horn, Troy Sheila Ann Horn, Luverne Cass Howell, Hartford 340 Ann Hughes, Forest Home lawanna Hughes, Samson Mike Hurst, Miami, Fla. Betty Hurt, Montgomery Barbara Hutchinson, Florala William Ingram, Banks Reba Ivey, Clio Sharon Ivey, Webb Anita James, Columbus, Ga. Richard Jenkins, Montgomery Elmer Johnson, Dothan Frances Johnson, Dothan Gloria Johnson, Samson Haston Johnson, Cottonwood Ileta Johnson, Troy 341 John Johnson, Cullman Charles Jones, Georgiana David Jones, Port St. Joe, Fla. Karen Jones, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Alonza Jordan, Banks Melma Jordan, Troy Dwight Julian, Letohatchee Michael Kelley, Troy Thomas Kelley, Midway Brian Kennedy, Panama City, Fla. Milton Kennedy, Montgomery John King, Ashford Shirley King, Ashford Melissa Kirkland, Panama City, Fla. Malcolm Klauss, Ft. Walton, Fla. John Kluttz, Montgomery Jimmy Knighten, Grady Jerry Land, Panama City, Fla. 342 Stella Law, Troy Margaret Ledbetter, Troy Randall Lee, Columbia William Lee, Gordon Edmond Lett III, Atlanta, Ga. Ira Leverette, Honoraville McCartha Formally Dedicated by Rafferty Henry Lewis, Dothan Larry Lewis, Eufaula Susan Lucas, Troy Paul Luiz, Thomasville, Ga. Judy Lumpkin, Bessemer Darryl Lundy, Baker, Fla. Connie Lurie, Dothan Rod Lurie, Dothan Steven Lyons, Langdale John McCall, Wetumpka Linda McCant, Opp Janice McClure, Selma 343 Bobby McCoy, Abbeville Terry McDuffie, Samson Ramona McDurmont, Tallassee Carolyn McGinty, Montgomery Leslie McHugh, Montgomery Sarah McLendon, Evergreen Wayne McSoney, Bowie, Maryland James MacNeil, Pensacola, Fla. John Majors, Greenville David Mallach, Philadelphia, Pa. Marilyn Mallette, Greenville Mike Marsh, Montgomery Karen Masilla, Phenix City Linda Matthews, Enterprise Mike Mathews, Dothan Sally Mathews, Troy Charles May, Montgomery Judy Mayr, Troy 344 Spring Quarter Began With Religious Emphasis Week Michele Meadows, Enterprise John Mecklenburg, Crown Point, Ind. Jimmy Messick, Opp Joyce Middleton, Georgiana Jim Mims, Jr., Montgomery David Moorer, Georgiana Donald Morris, Prattville John Morrison, Eufaula Ronnie Moss, Dothan Bob Murphy, Huntsville David L. Murphy, Brewton Kathy Murphy, Montgomery 345 First Concert Presented by Stage Band Mike Murphy, Montgomery Ronald Murphy, Dothan Sara Nave, Troy David Neuendorf, Greenville Henry Newson, Coffee Springs Carol Newton, Greenville Linda Nobles, Florala June Nolin, Ariton Gregg Nowell, Dothan Barbara Olsson, Mobile Lester O ' Neal, Troy Sharon O ' Neal, Opp Stan O ' Neal, Troy Dale O ' Quinn, Immokalee. Fla. Frank Overhuls, Tampa, Fla. Allen Owen, Columbus, Ga. Fred Owens, Winter Garden, Fla. Jan Pace, Selma 346 Donald Pair, Montgomery Jim Pappalardo, Immokalee, Fla. Rebecca Parish, Clayton Bobby Parrish, Hartford Sidney Paulk, Dothan Jerry Peak, Troy David Pearson, Monroeville Raymond Penland, Opelika Mardi Penuel, Troy Rex Penuel, Ashford Kenneth Peters, Pensacola, Fla. Faye Phillips, Colquitt, Ga. 347 Charles Phillips, Headland Neal Phillips, Ozark Dian Pinckard, Troy Julie Pippin, Troy Randy Pippin, Pensacola, Fla. Jimmy Pirkle, New Brockton Darryl Pitchfort, Columbia Sandra Potts, Troy Janie Powell, Samson Marvin Powell, Flomaton Alice Powers, Gulfport, Mississippi Teresa Powers, Montgomery Daniel Price, West Blocton Delores Price, Troy Belinda Prickett, Dothan Elizabeth Pugh, Bay Minette Sandra Pugh, Troy Charles Rebuzzi, Chancellor h f fh 348 Bridal Fashion Show Highlighted Spring Events Susie Raines, Phenix City Tim Rakes, Union Springs Sheila Raley Butler, Troy Glenn Ray, Tampa, Fla. Robert Reese, Dothan Ginger Reeves, Dothan Byanthia Retherford, Milton, Fla. John Reynolds, Montgomery June Reynolds, Union Springs William Riddle, Birmingham Judy Roberson, Yokosuka, Japan Bert Roberts, Chipley, Fla. Sue Robinson, Eufaula Foreman Rogers, Montgomery Arlene Rollins, Phenix City Linda Ross, Brantley James Roth, Pensacola, Fla. Leslie Rothiewiez, Elizabeth, N. J. 349 Faye Rotton, Union Springs Ronald Rushing, Elba Vicki Rushing, Ft. Walton Bch., Fla. Elbert Russell, Montgomery Annie Sanders, Samson Debbie Sanders, Goshen Shackelford Quad Hosted Lawn Movies Nick Sanders, Troy Dominick Satornino, East Gatchogue, N. Y. Richard Saunders, Greenville Sharon Schmitz, Bradenton, Fla. Betty Searcy, Andalusia Ronald Shanks, Greenville Celeste Sheehan, Montgomery Rick Sheldon, Troy Charles Simpson, Montgomery 350 Alice Sims, Troy Gladys Smith, New Brockton James Smith, Panama City, Fla. Jill Smith, Troy Judy Smith, Marianna, Fla. Larry Smith, Montgomery Larry Smith, Pensacola, Fla. Linda Smith, Tallahassee, Fla. Linda Smith, Andalusia Regina Smith, Florala Curt Solomon, Headland Ronald Sorrells, Cottonwood 351 Spring Practice D Longin Soverow, Montgomery Gary Spillers, Milledgeville, Ga. John Stanford, Montgomery Sherry Starling, Hurtsboro Glonda Steppler, Pink Hill, N. C. Martha Stewart, Troy Ronald Stewart, Cortland, New York William Stewart, Brundidge Marinda Stinson, Troy Rose Ann Strand, Monroeville Donald Strickland, Eclectic Douglas Strickland, Minter Johnny Stringer, Highland Home Buddy Sullivan, Montgomery Sherry Sumner, Mulberry, Fla. Phil Suttle, Montgomery St eve Sutton, Ozark Jamelia Syfrett, Marianna, Fla. 352 Divided for First Time Eugenia Taylor, Prattville Herald Taylor, Highland Home Lenore Taylor, Highland Home William Taylor, Wantagh, N. Y. Ann Teal, Troy George Teel, Winter Garden, Fla. Stanley Tew, Montgomery Gerald Thierfelder, Honoraville Sherry Thorne, Montgomery Bruce Toellner, Tonawanda, N. Y. Phillip Tomporowski, Montgomery John Toole, Dothan Karol Tyler, Hartford Carol Vaughan, Florala Elizabeth Via, Dothan Dixie Vinson, Montgomery Brenda Voss, Alexander City Connie Waller, Ashford 353 Campus Was Host to Annual Boys ' State Paschal Ward, Troy Anthony Warner, Montgomery Celeste Marie Waters, Hicksville, N. Y. Gary Weeks, Samson Margaret Weeks, Kinston Cynthia Westberry, Troy 1 ' fe v - - Jj " -• Richard Westberry, Pensacola, Fla. Ralph Westenberger, Clio Dixie Wheelock, Marianna, Fla. 354 Gayle White, Elba John White, Bakerhill Myrl Whittle, Montgomery Gary Willett, Montgomery Alyene Williams, Troy Dianne Williams, Louisville Judy Williams, Dade City, Fla. Montea Williams, Mobile Randy Williams, Georgiana Sherrie Williams, Dothan Michael Willison, Ozark Ellen Wingett, Greenville Linda Wissmann, Phenix City John Witherington, Troy James Wood, Troy Donnie Woods, Troy Billy Wooley, Ozark Charles Wright, Phenix City 355 William Yancey, Greenville Rebecca Yohn, Troy Jane Young, Troy Mike Youngblood, Montgomery 356 357 Senior Index Abare, Kim G. B.S. Business — Marketing. Adams, Carol B.S. Business Ed. — English: Trans- fer Univ. of Southern Mississippi; Kappa Delta Pi; Dean ' s List; Who ' Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Adams, Eddie W. B.S. Art — Business. Adams, Evan Phillip B.S. Economics — Business Adminis- tration; Sec. of Theta Chi Fraterni- ty. Adams, Jane B.S. Bus. Adm. — Business HPER Club; WRA; Pace House Council. Adams, Johnny P. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Cow- art Hall A.D.; SGA Senator. Adams, Thomas L. Sonny B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Theta Chi Fraternity Social Chairman, Asst. Treas.; and IFC Rep; Playmak- ers; Delegate to Theta Chi National Convention. Addison, Dianne B.S. Elementary Education: ACE: SNEA. Akins, Cheryl Jean B.S. Special Ed. — Elem. Ed.: Trans- fer Faulkner Jr. College; CEC; SNEA; Ace; NEA. Allen, James William B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm.; Delta Chi Fraternity; Alpha Gamma Delta Big Brother; APO; House Council Rep.; Challenge Life. Aman, Lucinda Summerford B.S. History — English Anderson, Chrisia B.S. Psychology — Social Science; Transfer Enterprise Jr. College; Re- ligious Council Sec.-Treas. Anderson, Ziba McGowin B.S. Science — Bus., Psy. Arrington, Tom B.S. Bus. — History; Delta Chi Fra- ternity: TSU Tennis Team. Asher, Diane B.S. Physical Ed. — History; WRA; HPER; TKE Sweetheart; TKE In- ternational Sweetheart Court; Pace House Judiciary. Autrey, Michael B.S. Bus. — Marketing. Baker, George B.S. History — Business. Banks, Randy B.S. Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi; Transfer Univ. of Ala.; Livingston Univ., Gadsden State College. Barber, Thomas B.A. History — English; Pres. Kappa Omicron; Leadership Honor Society for College Men; Editor-in- Chief Tropolitan; SNEA; Spanish Club; Student Rep. to Pike County Commission on Juvenile Delinquen- cy; Student Publications Board. Barr, John Dick B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Delta Chi Fraternity. Bassett, Fred R. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Trans- fer from Auburn Univ.; Vice-Pres. of Theta Chi Pledge Class; Most Out- standing Pledge Award; Treas. and Vice-Pres. of Theta Chi Fraternity; Rush Chairman; Delegate to Nation- al Convention of Theta Chi Fraterni- ty- Battaglia, Barbara B.S. English, Art — Psy.; Phi Mu Pledge Class Pres.; Assistant Direc- tor. Baxter, Mardra B.S. English — Psychology; House Judiciary of Hamil Hall. Beasley, Beverly B.S. English Ed. — Music; English Club Beasley, Jack L. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing. Bedsole, Cleo Melvin B.S. Bus. Adm. — Accounting; Argo- nauts; House Council; Alumni Hall Pres.; Student Affairs Committee. Belcher, James Allison B.S. Social Science — English. Bell, Gumee H. B.S. Psychology — Bus. and History; Psychology Club. Bell, Linda Sue B.S. Elementary Education; Clements Hall Judicial Board; Bap- tist Student Union; Asst. of Chil- dren ' s Education. Bell, Mickey B.S. Social Science — English; Transfer Wallace Jr. College. Berry, James D. B.S. Accounting — Bus. Adm.; Argo- nauts; Soph. Honor Society; Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity; Alumni Hall Staff. Berry, John B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Trans- fer Pensacola Jr. College; TSU Golf Team Captain; Vice-Pres. Alumni Hall. Berry, Nancy B.S. Special Elementary Ed.; Chal- lenge Life; Asst. of Childhood Ed.; Kappa Delta Pi; Dean ' s List; George Wallace Salutatorian Scholarship. Berry, Robert B.S. Environmental Health — Biolo- gy and Chemistry; Transfer Jeffer- son State Jr. College; Univ. of Ala. Bigot, Maria B.S. Music — Art and History; Colle- giate Singers; Madrigal Group; Opera Workshop; Pres. and Vice- Pres. of Sigma Alpha Iota. Blackmon, Jamie B.S. Business Education — English. Blackwell, Antanette B.S. Psychology — History; Kappa Delta Pi; Beauty of the Month; Treas. Pace Hall; House Council; Dean ' s List. Blackwell, Bunnie B.S. Special Ed. — Elementary Ed.; SNEA; Transfer Faulkner State Jr. College; SCEA. Blair, Lucille Smith B.S. Elementary Ed.; Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA; ACE. Blankenship, Ann B.S. Bus. Ed. — English; Psi Lambda; SNEA; Transfer George Wallace Jr. College. Blevins, G. Michael B.A. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity Vice- Pres. and Correspondent. Bludsworth, Joe Pat B.S. Physical Ed. — History and Art; Lettered in Track and Cross Country. Bodenhamer, David B.S. History — Geography; Ameri- can Historical Asst.; SNEA. Bone, Richard B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm.; Delta Chi Fraternity; Track Team; Band; Letter Club. Bonnister, Sarah Lynn B.S. English — History. Boothe, Charles B.S. Biological Science — Physical Science; Pres. and Treas. of Beta Sigma Biology Club. Boothe, Sherlon B.S. English — Psychology; Trans- fer Enterprise Jr. College; Kappa Delta Pi; Psi Lambda; Dean ' s List. Bowden, Betty Lou B.S. Biological Science — Chemis- try; Bap tist Student Union, Editor and Social Chm.; Beta Sigma Biolo- gy Club, Vice-Pres.; Pace Hall House Judiciary; SNEA. Brackin, Gloria F. B.S. English — History; Transfer Wallace Jr. College; Kappa Delta Pi. Bradford, Katie B.S. Elementary Education; Trans- fer Chipola Jr. College; Alpha Delta Pi Chaplain; ACE. Bragg, Rebecca Ann B.S. Elementary Education; Vice- Pres. Hamil Hall; Homecoming Queen Hamil Hall. Brand, Becky B.S. Elementary Education. Brannon, Judy B.S. Elementary Education; Trans- fer Wallace Jr. College. Branson, Kenneth B.S. Biology and History. Brantley, Spencer B.S. Art — Psychology; Pres., Sec, Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Treas. Kappa Pi; Kappa Omicron; IFC Rep. and President. Bray, Bill B.S. Music — English; Transfer Pen- sacola Jr. College; Vice-Pres. Colle- giate Singers; Treas. Phi Mu Alpha; Playmakers. Brock, Doug B.S. Math — Physical Science; Kappa Delta Pi; Gamma Beta Phi; Tropolitan Staff; TKE Fraternity; TSU Karate Club; Dean ' s List. Brooks, Annette B.S. Math — History; Kappa Delta Pi; Spires; Gamma Beta Phi. Brooks, Richard B.S. Marketing and Bus. Adm.; TSU Football; Transfer Univ. of Tennes- see. Brown, Judi Ann B.S. Elementary Education; Trans- fer Univ. of Mo. Browning, Darrell B.S. Accounting — Bus. Adm.; TSU Cheerleader; Kappa Delta Big Brother; Phi Mu Fellow; Pledge Marshall in Theta Chi Fraternity. Bryan, John M. B.S. Math — Journalism and Histo- ry; Proctor Alumni Hall; SGA Sena tor; Justice SGA Supreme Court Chief Justice Traffic Appeals Court Advisory Committee to Dean of Stu dent Affairs; Vice-Pres. Alumni Hall House Council. Bryan, Judy B.S. Elementary Education; ACE. Bryan, James Rex B.S. Social Science — Speech; Trans- fer Enterprise Jr. College; Kappa Delta Pi; Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Brugel, Donald B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm.; Trans- fer Wilkes College; TKE Vice-Pres.; SGA Senator; Wrestling, Second place South Eastern Conference. Bush, Clayton B.S. Bus. Ed. — Psychology; Sigma Alpha Fraternity. Butler, Thomas L. B.S. Bus. Adm.; Transfer Pensacola Jr. College; Alumni House Judiciary. Byrd, Rosa B.S. Elem. Ed. — Physical Ed.; Transfer Daniel Paine College. Caldwell, Nancy B.S. History — Biology; Kappa Delta Pi; Spires; Pace House Council Rep. Cameron, Alec B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Trans- fer Huntington College; Gavel Club. Stephen Campbell B.S. Art — Psy. and Bus. Games, Donna Maxine B.S. Elem. Ed.; Collegiate Singers. Carrillo, Millie B.S. History — Psy. and Social Science; Transfer Enterprise Jr. Col- lege; Psi Lambda. Casewell, Glenda B.S. History — English; Transfer Okaloosa- Walton Jr. College; Direc- tor Gardner Hall; Women ' s Judici- ary; Spires; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Chambless, Philip Ray B.S. Art — History; Varsity Foot ball; Theta Chi Fraternity; Alpha Psi Omega; Playmakers. Chapman, Harold Joe B.S. Social Science — Biology; Transfer Okaloosa- Walton Jr. Col- lege. Chawla, Vinod K. B.S. Math and Economics; Transfer Wallace Jr. College. Christmas, Charles B.S. Social Science — History; Transfer Chipola Jr. College; Theta 3St Chi Fraternity. Christmas, Susan B.S. Elementary Education; Trans- fer Chipoia Jr. College; Dames Club. Clements, Zilpha J. B.S. Social Science — English; Transfer Wallacfe Jr. College; SNEA; Alumni, Gardner House Councils. Coker, William B.S. Bus. Adm. and Accounting; Dean ' s List; Pi Kappa Phi Fraterni- ty. Coley, Sherolyn Rejean B.S. Elementary Education; Alpha Gamma Delta Fraternity; Spires; Adelphe; Gamma Beta Phi; ACE; Theta Chi Little Sister; SNEA; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Collins, Patricia B.S. Social Science — History; Tro- politan Staff; Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Spires; Clements Hall House Council; Dean ' s List; Univ. Choir; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Cook, James Douglas B.S. Sanitary Science; Med. Tech. Club; Theta Chi Fraternity. Corbin, Herman Franklin B.A. Accounting Transfer Wingate Jr. College; TKE Fraternity; Intra-Football. Corwin, Robert L. B.A. Art — Geography. Councilman, John M. B.S. Biology — Chemistry; Varsity Wrestling; SGA. Craft, Barbara Jane; B.S. Account ing — Bus. Adm.; VicePres., Out- standing Sister, and Scholarship Award of Kappa Delta Sorority; Gamma Beta Phi; Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Creel, David M. B.S. History — Geography; Transfer Gulf Coast Jr. College; Vice-Pres. Cowart Hall; SNEA. Crocker, Dana Lent B.S. Business Administration; Transfer Pensacola Jr. College; In- tramural Football; Social Chm. and Dorm Rep. Alumni Hall. Crouch, Lisa B.S. Art — Psy. and Bus.; Cowart Hall Council; Hamil Hall Pres. Crowe, Willard Douglas B.S. Social Science — Psy.; Universi- ty Choir; Band Color Guard; Asst. Director Alumni Hall. Crawford, Roy B.S. Bus. and Accounting; Transfer Marion Institute; Varsity Football; Dean ' s List; Dean of Student Af- fairs Advisor Committee; Outstand- ing Male Student TSU. Grumpier, Freida B.M.E. Music Ed. — Music; National Music Director; Alpha Delta Pi So- rority; Delta Chi White Carnation Girl; Collegiate Sweetheart; Soloist for Opera Workshop and Collegiates. Curtis, Jill B.S. History and Art; Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Scholarship Chm.; Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Pi; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Curtis, John B.S. Sanitary Science; TKE Frater- nity; Lettered in Track. Dacus, Luther Colin B.S. Social Science — Math; Trans- fer Southern Union State Jr. Col- lege; Vice-Pres. Wesley Foundation; Pres. Rel. Council; Baptist Student Union; Circle K Club; Asst. Director Dill Hall. Daly, Jerome B.S. Business — Marketing. Daniel, Roger B.M.E. Music — Ed. Darden, Mary Ann B.S. Bus. Adm. and Secretarial Science; Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Rush and Social Chm.; Majorette in Band; TKE Little Sister; Kappa Gamma Delta Scholarship. Davis, Annette B.S. Math — History. Davis, Olin Joan B.S. Social Science — Biological Science; Transfer North Texas State Univ. Dawkins, Dewitt B.S. Bus. — Marketing. Day, Dianne B.S. Social Science — English; Transfer Okaloosa-Walton Jr. Col- lege. de la Croix, Louis Arthur B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Trans- fer Wallace Jr. College; Delta Chi Fraternity. Deese, Hildren B.S. Physical Ed. — English; Baptist Student Union; Freshman Girl of the Year; Adelphe; Director Hamil Hall; HPER Executive Council; Vice-Pres. Women ' s Exec. Council. Denney, Larry E. B.S. Accounting and Bus. Adm.; Delta Sigma Pi; Gavel Club; Dean ' s List. Dismukes, Geary B.S. Bus. Adm. — History; TKE Fraternity. Dom, Alan B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm.; Treas. Delta Chi Fraternity. Dowling, Susan B.S. Bus. Ed. — Speech; Playmak- ers; Dames Club. Dreaden, Larry B.S. Gen. Science — Social Science; Theta Chi Fraternity. Dukes, Linda Gale B.S. Physical Ed. — Biological Science; Transfer Wallace Jr. Col- lege; WRA; HPER; Kappa Delta Pi; Outstanding Senior HPER Major; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Dunlap, Joel Benjamin B.S. Marketing; Transfer Pensacola Jr. College; TKE Fraternity. Dunson, Julie B.S. English — History; SNEA; English Club. East, Brenda B.S. Bus. Adm. and Sec. Science; Transfer Alex. City Jr. College; Pres. and Sec. Alpha Delta Pi Sorori- ty; TSU Supreme Court; Traffic Ap- peals Court; Pace House Judiciary; TKE Little Sister. Elder, Wanda Gayle B.S. Elementary Ed.; Transfer Cleveland State College; ACE; In- tramural Sports. Ellis, Twala Mara B.S. Bus. Adm. — Sec. Science; Kappa Delta Sorority Rush Chm. and Vice-Pres.; Collegiate Singers; Cheerleader Co-Captain; Charity Bowl Court; TKE Little Sister; SGA Senator; Top Ten Miss Venus Con- test. Essary, Gerald C. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Estes, Lorene B.S. Social Science — English; Transfer Enterprise State Jr. Col- lege. Eubanks, Judy B.S. Elementary EMucation; Trans- fer Wallace Jr. College; Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; House Chairman; Pace House Council. Evans, Patty B.S. Elementary Education; ACE; SNEA. Ezell, Dennis Keith B.S. Social Science — Art and Histo- ry; Theta Chi Fraternity Pledge Marshall. Fariss, Kay B.S. Elementary Education; Phi Mu Sorority; Panhellenic Rep.; Delta Chi Sweetheart; Miss Venus; Home- coming Attendant; Spires; Gamma Beta Phi. Farrior, Patricia B.S. Elementary Education; Phi Mu Sorority Historian; ACE; SNEA. Farrow, Charles B.S. Business — Marketing; Delta Chi Fraternity. Ferg uson, John R. B.S. Bus. Adm. and Marketing; Ar- gonauts; Color Guard; Delta Chi Fraternity Pres., Vice-Pres., and Rush Chm;; SGA Senator. Finlay, Hugh B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; SGA Senator. Fish, Glenn M. B.S. Geography — Art; Transfer St. Petersburg State College. Flagg, Richard D. B.S. Biological Science — Chemistry and Art; Transfer Univ. of Mary- land. Fleming, Sharon B.S. Elementary Education; Trans- fer Faulkner State College. Flowers, Sharon D. B.S. Social Science — English; Transfer Enterprise State College; SNEA. Folmar, Anne B.S. Elementary Education. Folmar, Frances B.S. Elementary Education; Trans- fer Huntington College; ACE. Foster, George P. B.S. Math — History. Fowler, Michael B.S. History — Psychology; Trans- fer Wallace Jr. College. Franklin, Roger E. BME Music; Omicron Kappa; Phi Mu Alpha Pres.; SNEA; TSU Band Vice-Pres.; Who ' s Who in Amer. Col- leges and Univ. Funderburke, David B.S. Zoology — Music, Physical Science. Gamer, Edward Earl B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing. Gibson, Dale R. B.S. Business — Marketing Transfer Okaloosa- Walton Jr. Col- lege; Cowart Hall President. Gidson, Gail B.S. Elementary Education; SNEA; ACE. Gibson, Kenneth B.S. History — English; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Giglio, William Michael B.S. Business — Marketing; Varsity Baseball; SGA Senator; Dill Hall President. Gilbert, Tommy B.S. Physical Science — Math; Argo- nauts Pres.; SGA Judiciary; Student Director Cowart Hall. Gilley, Linda B.S. Elementary Education. Glasglow, Marvin W. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Trans- fer Gulf Coast Jr. College; Intramu- ral Football. Goodwin, Larry B. B.S. Economics — Bus. Adm. Grantham, Gary B.S. Math — General Science; Transfer Enterprise Jr. College. Green, O ' Neal B.S. Social Science — Bus., Psy.; Delta Chi Fraternity; Argonauts; Treas. of SGA; TSU Band; Asst. Di- rector Alumni Hall. Griffitt, Harold Wayne B.S. Bus. Adm. — EJconomics; House Council Alumni Hall. Grissett, John S. B.S. Bus. Adm. — History; Transfer Pensacola Jr. College; SGA Senator. Hallman, Marjorie Anne B.S. Elementary Education; Pace Hall House Council, Social Chm. Hamiter, Harold W. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Trans- fer Jeff Davis Jr. College. Harly, Janis B.S. History — English. Harper, Mike B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Delta Chi Fraternity; Editor of Alumni Wings; House . Judiciary Alumni Hall. Harper, Virginia L. B.S. Math — Psychology; Transfer Salem College. Harrison, Jimmy L. BME Music; TSU Band- Haymon, Rufus E. B.S. Science — History; Transfer Wallace Jr. College. Head, Al B.S. Art, History. English — Bus.; Delta Chi Fraternity; Varsity Foot- ball; All Mid-South, All District; Kappa Omicron; Asst. Director Alumni Hall. Head, Gloria B.S. Bus. Ed. — History; SNEA. Headley, Carol 359 B.S. Art; Kappa Pi; House Judiciary. Hegler, Corene B. B.A. Psychology, English; Gamma Beta Phi; Spires; Kappa Delta Pi. Hegler, Dianne B.S. Elementary Education; Adelphe; Kappa Delta Pi; Dean ' s List. Hegler, Freddie M. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Accounting. Helms, Susan B.S. Elementary Education; TSU Band. Henderson, Susan B.S. Elementary Education; Band Majorette; ACE. Henderson, Harold Wayne B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Trans- fer Ala. Christian College; Alumni House Council; TKE Fraternity Chm. of Judiciary Committee. Herbert, Mary E. B.S. Math — Psychology; Kappa Delta Pi. Herman, William H. B.S. Art, History; Transfer Penn. State and Univ. of Maryland; Pres. of Cowart Hall; Sigma Alpha Fra- ternity; Clements Hall House Coun- cil; Kappa Pi VicePres.; Dean ' s List; SNEA. Herring, Jack B.S. Psychology — Art; Pi Kappa Phi; Baseball. Hilbum, Patsy B.S. Physical Ed. — Biological Science; HPER; WRA; Spires; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Hicks, Larry B.S. Physical Ed. — History; Trans- fer Enterprise Jr. College; HPER Club. Hill, Anabeth Prouse B.S. Elementary Education; ACE; Kappa Delta Pi. Hiner, Cleo B.S. English — Speech. Hinson, David B.A. Bus. — Marketing. Hocutt, La Wanna B.S. History — Psychology; TSU Band; Gamma Beta Phi; Spires; Dean ' s List; SNEA; BSU; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Hollington, James Edward B.S. History — Bus. Adm., Eng.; Ar- gonauts; Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity; Big Brother Kappa Delta Sorority; Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Alpha Theta; Student Affairs Comm., Admission Comm.; Student Publications Comm.; Athletic Policy Comm.; Stu- dent Leadership Commission for State of Ala.; Pres. of SGA two years; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. two years. Holmes, John M. B.S. Accounting — Circle K Club. Holsombeck, Suzanne B.S. Elementary Education; Colle- giate Singers; Kappa Delta Sorority; Panhellenic President. Hopkins, Edgar L. B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm.; Wal- lace Jr. College. Horn, Alan B.S. Math — Physical Science, Bus. Adm.; Baseball Team. Horn, Sheila B.S. Bus. Ed. — Psychology. Howell, Cass D. B.S. Social Science, Psychology; Pi Kappa Fraternity Sec; SGA Com- muter Senator; Student Counselor; Intramural Football and Softball. Hughes, Ann B.S. Elementary Education; SNEA; Dames Club. Hughes, La Wanna Ann B.S. Physical Ed. — History; WRA Sports Manager; HPER Club Pres. and Sec. Hurst, Mike B.S. Bus. Adm.; Transfer Florida At- lantic Univ. Hurt, Betty B.S. Elementary Ed.; Alpha Delta Pi; ACE; SNEA. Hutchinson, Barbara Sue B.S. Elem. Education; Treas. Clements Hall; BSU; ACE. Ingram, William Bryant B.S. Accounting, Bus. Adm. Ivey, Reba B.S. Elementary Ed.; Transfer Wal- lace Jr. College. Ivey, Sharon Kay B.S. Elementary Ed. — Psy.; Trans- fer Judson College; Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Pace Hall Council. James, Anita L. BME Music; Collegiate Singers; Opera Workshop. Jenkins, Richard B.S. Bus., Marketing; Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, Historian. Johnson, Elmer B.S. Accounting; Track; Cross Coun- try. Johnson, Frances B.S. Sanitary Science; BSU Sec. and Vice-Pres.; Tech Club Pres.; Chief Justice Alumni Hall Judiciary; Gard- ner Hall Judiciary; Palladium Staff. Johnson, Gloria B.S. Elementary Education; Trans- fer Enterprise Jr. College; ACE. Johnson, Haston W. B.S. Physical Ed. — Biology; Trans- fer Wallace Jr. College; HPER Club; SNEA; TSU Baseball Team. Johnson, Ileta B.S. Elementary Ed.; Transfer Gulf Coast Jr. College; ACE. Johnson, John A. B.S. Physical Science — Math; Transfer St. Bernard ' s College and Calhoun College; George C. Wallace Leadership Scholarship; Delta Chi Fraternity. Jones, Charles B.A. History — English; Transfer Univ. of Maryland; Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Phi; German and English Clubs; Tropolitan Staff; TKE Fraternity; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Jones, David A. B.A. History — Social Science; Transfer Chipola Jr. College; Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity House Manag- er and Rush Chm.; TSU Tennis Team; Alpha Delta Pi Big Brother. Jones, Karen B.A. English — History; SNEA; English Club. Jordan, Alonza W. B.S. Accounting — Bus. Adm. Jordan, Melna Gibson B.S. Elementary Ed. Julian, Dwight B.S. Business. Kelly, Michael B.S. Psy. — Social Science; Delta Chi Fraternity Pres. Kelly, Thomas B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Tro- politan Business Manager; TKE Fra- ternity. Kennedy, Brian B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing. Kennedy, Milton B.S. Economics — Bus. Adm.; TKE Fraternity Vice-Pres. and Trainer; IFC Rep. King, John W. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; TSU Track Team; Intramural Sports. King, Shirley B.S. Bus. Education — English; In- tramural Sports; BSU; Transfer Wallace Jr. College. Kirkland, Melissa B.S. Elementary Ed.; TKE Pledge Class Sweetheart. Klauss, Malcom R. B.S. Psy. — Bus., Social Science; Transfer Old Dominion Univ. Kluttz, John A. B.S. Psy. — History, Art; TSU Cheerleader; Alpha Delta Pi Guy; Kappa Delta Big Brother; Delta Chi Fraternity Rush Chm. Knighten, Jimmy B.S. Bus. Ed. — Art. Land, Jerry L. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; House Judiciary Council Cowart Hall. Law, Stella B.S. Elementary Education; Trans- fer Judson College; BSU; SNEA; Tropolitan Staff. Ledbetter, Margaret B.S. HPER — Art. Lee, Randall B.S. Bus. Ed. — History; Transfer George Wallace Jr. College; Intra- mural Football; Religious Council; Pres., Vice-Pres. Chi Alpha. Lee, William F. B.S. History — Business; Transfer Wallace Jr. College and Univ. of West Fla. Lett, Edmond R. B.S. Marketing, Bus. Adm.; Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Leverette, Ira Joe B.S. Bus. Adm. — Accounting. Lewis, Henry Earl B.S. Bus. Adm. — Accounting; Transfer Wallace Jr. College; Circle K Club. Lewis, Larry D. B.S. Bus. Adm., Accounting; Trans- fer Wallace Jr. College. Lucas, Susan B.S. Elementary Ed.; ACE. Luiz, Paul Stephen B.M.E. Music — Psychology; Trans- fer Georgia Southern College. Lumpkin, Judy Elizabeth B.S. HPER — History; SGA Sena- tor; WRA; HPER Club; Alpha Psi Omega; Opera Workshop. Lundy, Darryl B.S. History — Social Science; Transfer Okaloosa- Walton Jr. Col- lege; Theta Chi Fraternity. Lurie, Connie B.S. Biology — Physical Science; Transfer Univ. of Ala. at B ' ham. Lurie, Rod B.S. Marketing; Sigma Alpha Fra- ternity; IFC Representative. Lyons, Steven B. B.S. Sanitary Science; Dean ' s List; Gamma Beta Phi; Beta Sigma Biolo- gy Club. McCall, John W. B.S. Social Science — Bus. Adm. McCart, Linda B.S. Elementary Education; BSU Executive Council; House Judiciary of Cowart and Hamil Halls; Asst. Di- rector Hamil Hall; ACE; WRA. McClure, Janice B.S. Elementary Education; ACE; SNEA. McCoy, Bobby B.S. Physical Science — Math; House Council Alumni Hall. McDuffie, Terry B.S. Marketing, Bus. Adm.; Transfer Univ. of Georgia. McDurmont, Ramona B.S. Elementary Education; Asst. Dir. Hamil, Pace Halls; House Judi- ciary, House Council, Unit Leader Cowart Hall; ACE; SNEA. McGinty, Carolyn Fay B.S. Accounting, Bus. Adm.; Trans- fer Alex City Jr. College, Jefferson State Jr. College. McHugh, Leslie W. B.S. Social Science — Psy. McLendon, Sarah Ann B.S. Accounting, Bus. Adm.; Trans- fer Jefferson Davis Jr. College; House Judiciary, Treas. Hamil Hall. McSorley, Wayne P. B.S. Marketing. MacNeil, James B. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Economics; TKE Fraternity; Pres., Treas., Alpha Phi Omega; Track Team; Cross Country Team. Majors, John D. B.S. Marketing, Bus. Adm.; Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity; Argonauts; TSU Baseball Team; Phi Mu Sweet- heart. Mallach, David B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm.; Pres. TSU Band. Mallette, Marilyn B.S. Elementary Education; ACE; SNEA. Marsh, Michael B.S. Art — Psychology; Asst. Direc- tor Alumni Hall; TSU Band; Tropoli- tan Staff; Sec. Delta Chi Fraternity. Masilla, Karen B.S. Elementary Education; ACE; SNEA. Mathews, Linda B.S. Social Science — Psy.; Transfer Enterprise State Jr. College. Mathews, Mike B.S. Social Science — Psy.; History Social Chm., Historian, Vice-Pres., Corr. Sec, and IFC Rep. of Sigma 360 Alpha Fraternity. Mathews, Sally B.S. English — History; SNEA. May, Charles B.S. Bus. Adm. — Economics. Mayr, Judy B.S. English — Math; Kappa Delta Pi; Spires; Gamma Beta Phi; Delta Chi White Carnation Girl; Pres. Phi Mu Sorority; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Meadows, Michelle B.S. History — Eng., Philosophy, Re- ligion; Transfer Enterprise State Jr. College; VicePres. Spires; Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Mecklenburg, John R. B.S. Eng. Ed. — Writing; Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Tropolitan Sports Editor; Palladium Sports Editor; Collegiate Singers; Circle K Club. Messick, Jimmy D. B.S. Accounting — Bus. Adm.; Vice- Pres. Alumni Hall House Council; House Judiciary Alumni Hall; Alpha Gamma Delta Sweetheart. Middleton, Joyce B.S. HPER — Math; Transfer Pat- rick Henry Jr. College; WRA; HPER Club. Mims, Jim E. B.M.E. Music Ed. — Music; MEMC; SNEA; Band Concert Master. Moorer, David S. B.M.E. Music Ed. — Music; Sec. Phi Mu Alj ha; Pres. MENC. Morris, Donald B.A. Psy. — Religion, Speech. Morrison, John D. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Sigma Alpha Fraternity. Moss, Ronnie B.S. Marketing, Bus. Adm.; Delta Chi Fraternity. Murphy, Bob B.S. Art, Psychology; Varsity Foot- ball and Wrestling. Murphy, David L. B.S. Biology — Chemistry. Murphy, Kathy B.S. Elementary Education; TKE Little Sister; ACE. Murphy, Michael B.S. Psy. — Business; TKE Social Chm. Sergeant-at-Arms; Sec, Treas. of Psi Lambda. Murphy, Ronald B.S. Bus. Adm., Marketing; Transfer Wallace Jr. College. Nave, Sara B.S. Bus. Ed. — English; Sec, Vice- Pres. Phi Mu Sorority; Pi Kappa Phi Pledge Class Sweetheart; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Neuendorf, David Wayne B.M.E. Music; TSU Marching and Concert Band; Playmakers. Newsom, Henry Wallace B.S. Math — Physics; Transfer En- terprise Jr. College. Newton, Carol Anne B.S. English — History; Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Clements House Judiciary. Nobles, Linda B.S. Elementary Education; Trans- fer Jefferson Davis Jr. College; SGA Senator; Kappa Delta Pi; Gamma Beta Phi; ACE. Nolin, June B.S. Psy., Math — Physical Science; Pres. Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Phi; Spires; Psi Lambda; BSU; Reli- gious Council; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Nowell, Gregg B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Trans- fer Wallace Jr. College; SGA Sena- tor. Olsson, Barbara B.S. Elem. Ed. — Art; Transfer Faulkner State Jr. College; Opera Workshop; Social Chm. Hamil Hall; ACE. O ' Neal, Lester B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing. O ' Neal, Stan B.S. Social Science — Psy.; Gamma Beta Phi; SGA Senator; TSU Golf Team; Sec, and Pres. of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. O ' Quinn, W. Dale B.S. Bus. Adm. — Management; Transfer Florida Atlantic Univ. Overhuls, Frank B.S. Math — Physical Science; Transfer St. Petersburg Jr. College; Univ. of South Florida; W. L. State Jr. College; Tennis Team. Owen, Allen E. B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm.; " Trans- fer Univ. of South Carolina; TSU Football; Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Owens, Fred B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm.; TSU Football; Track; Alpha Gamma Delta Sweetheart. Pace, Jan B.S. Social Science — Bus., Art His- tory; Transfer Ala. College. Pair, Donald B.S. Special Education; Pres. of CEC; Student Rep. to Education Staff. Pappalardo, Jim B.S. Elem. Ed. — Psychology; Trans- fer New York Institute of Technolo- gy- Parish, Rebecca B.A. English — Spanish; Kappa Delta Sorority; Hamil Hall House Judiciary; TKE Sweetheart. Parrish, Bobby B.S. Math — Bus., History; Transfer Enterprise Jr. College; Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Paulk, Sidney B.S. Bus. — Social Science; Transfer Wallace Jr. College; Delta Sigma Pi. Peak, Jerry M. B.S. HPER — History. Pearson, G. David B.S. Marketing; Transfer Pearl River Jr. College; Patrick Henry Jr. College; Asst. Director Dill Hall. Penland, Raymond B.M.E. Music; Phi Mu Alpha. Penuel, Mardi B.A. English — French; Transfer Birmingham Southern College. Penuel, Rex B.S. Bus. Adm., Marketing. Peters, Kenneth M. B.S. Social Science — Psy., History; Transfer Livingston Univ. Phillips, Faye B.S. Elem. Ed.; Alpha Delta Pi So- rority; Senior Panhellenic Delegate; ACE; TSU Band; Collegiates. Phillips, J. Charles B.S. History — Geography, Ed. Phillips, Neal B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Delta Chi Fraternity Sports Chm.; Intra- mural Sports; Asst. Director Cowart Hall. Pinkard, Dian B.S. Elem. Ed. — Art. Pippin, Julie B.S. Special Ed., Elem. Ed.; Transfer Chipola Jr. College; SCEC. Pippin, Randy B.S. Bus. Adm., Marketing; Transfer Pensacola Jr. College; TKE Frater- nity. Pirkle, Jimmy E. B.S. Bus. Ed. — Math; Transfer En- terprise State Jr. College; SNEA; NBEA. Pitchford, Darryl B.S. Bus. Ed. — English; Transfer Wallace Jr. College. Potts, Sandra Kaye B.S. Bus. Adm., Marketing; Jr. Pan- hellenic Rep., and Treas. of Kappa Delta Sorority; SGA Senator. Powell, Janie B.S. Bus. Ed. — English; WRA; Phi Beta Lambda. Powell, Marvin Tony B.S. HPER — Music; Transfer Jef- ferson Davis Jr. College; Collegiates. Powers, Teresa B.S. Psy. — Biology, History. Price, Daniel Wesley B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm. Price, Delores A. B.S. Accounting — Bus. Adm.; Vice- Pres. Gamma Beta Phi; Spires; Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Prickett, Belinda Carol B.S. Elem. Education; Transfer Wal- lace Jr. College; BSU Council Mem- ber; Gamma Beta Phi; Historian, Kappa Delta Pi; Spires; ACE. Pugh, Elizabeth B.S. Bus. Ed. — Art; Transfer Yan- cey State Jr. College. Pugh, Sandra B.S. Elem. Education; ACE. Rabuzzi, Charles Jerry B.S. Social Science — History; Wes- ley Foundation. Raines, Susie B.S. Elementary Education; Tropoli- tan Staff; House Judiciary. Rakes, Tim B.S. English — History; Transfer Jefferson Davis Jr. College. Raley, Sheila B.S. English — Psychology; Alpha Gamma Delta Fraternity; Psi Lambda; English Club. Ray, Glen B.A. Accounting. Reese, Robert Littleton B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm. Reeves, Ginger B.S. Special Education; SCEC. Retherford, Byanthia B.A. English — Speech; Student Di- rector Shackleford Dorm; Playmak- ers. Reynolds, John Y. B.S. Art; Transfer Univ. of South Ala.; Theta Chi Fraternity. Reynolds, June B.S. Bus. Ed. — English. Riddle, William Meyer B.S. Psy. — Social Science, Eng.; SGA; House Council; Argonauts; Student Affairs Committee; Lyceum Committee; VicePres. Sigma Alpha Fraternity; IFC; Alumni Hall Proc tor. Roberson, Judy L. B.S. Art — Psychology; Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Kappa Pi Art Fraterni- ty; Social Chm. Pace Hail; Charity Bowl Attendant. Roberts, Bert R. B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm.; Delta Sigma Pi; Transfer Wilmington Col- lege. Robinson, Sue B.S. HPER — Art, History, Esthet- ics. Rogers, Foreman B.S. Marketing — Gen. Bus.; Delta Sigma VicePres. Rollins, Arlene Rose B.S. Elem. Ed.; WRA; ACE; Pres.; SNEA. Ross, Linda Ann B.S. HPER — English; Collegiate Singers. Roth, James C. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Trans- fer Pensacola Jr. College; Delta Chi Fraternity. Rotkiewicz, Leslie B.S. Biology, Psychology. Rotton, Faye B.S. Elem. Ed.; VicePres. BSU; Sec ACE; Religious Council. Rushing, Ronald Wayne B.A. Math — German, Physical Science; Argonauts; Pres. Chi Alpha; Alpha Phi Omega; German Club. Rushing, Vicki B.S. English — Psychology; Trans- fer Okaloosa-Walton Jr. College; Kappa Delta Sorority; Treas. Hamil Hall; SCEC; Psi Lambda; TSU Band Majorette; English Club; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Russell, Elbert E. B.S. Art. Sanders, Annie Lois B.S. Bus. Ed. — English; Transfer Enterprise Jr. College; Phi Beta Lambda Reporter; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Sanders, Deborah B.S. Music — History, Psy.; TSU Marching and Concert Band. Sanders, Nick B.S. HPER — Biological Science; Transfer Enterprise Jr. College. Satorino, Dominick Charles B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Theta Chi Fraternity; Delta Sigma Pi; Ar- gonauts. Saunders, Richard B.S. Art — Geography. Schmitz, Sharon B.S. HPER — Biology; Transfer Mantere Jr. College; WRA Student Director; Exec. Board HPER Club; 361 Pres. Gardner Hall; Dean ' s List; Women ' s Exec. Council; Women ' s Pres. Council; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Searcy, Betty B.S. Elem. Ed.; Transfer Enterprise Jr. College. Shanks, Ronald C. B.S. History — Math; Alumni Hall House Council. Sheehan, Celeste B.A. Psy. — Biology Adelphe; German Club; Psi Lambda; Biology Club. Sheldon, Rick B.A. Psy. — Spanish, Social Science; Delta Chi Fraternity; Psychology Club. Simpson, Charles B.S. Math — Psy., Social Science; TKE Fraternity. Sims, Alice B.S. Bus. — Psychology; Collegiate Singers. Smith, Gladys B.S. Psy., Social Science; Transfer Enterprise Jr. College. Smith, James Whitfield B.M.E. Music Ed.; Transfer Gulf Coast Jr. College; Pres. of TSU Band; MENC; Sec. Phi Mu Alpha. Smith, S. Jill B.S. Elem. Ed. — Art; TSU Band. Smith, Judy H. B.S. Psy., Social Science; Transfer Tallahassee Jr. College, Chipola Jr. College. Smith, Larry G. B.S. History, Psychology; Dill Hall House Council. Smith, Larry M. B.A. Accounting — Bus. Adm.; Transfer Chipola Jr. College. Smith, Linda J. B.S. Elem. Ed.; TSU Marching and Concert Band; Asst. Director and House Judiciary. Smith, Linda Sue B.S. English — History; Adelphe; Kappa Delta Pi; Gamma Beta Phi; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Smith, Regina B.S. Psy. — History, English; SGA Senator. Solomon, Curt B.S. History — Physical Science, Math; Vice-Pres., Treas. Delta Chi Fraternity; Chief Justice SGA Su- preme Court; SGA Senator; Sec- Treas. Kappa Omicron; Gamma Beta Phi; Dean ' s List; Asst. Dir. Alumni Hall; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Sorrells, Ronald R. B.S. Social Science — Psy.; Transfer Wallace Jr. College. Soverow, Longin B.S. Psy. — Art, Bus. Adm.; TSU Cheerleader; Delta Chi Fraternity. Spillers, Gary B.S. Bus. Adm., Marketing; Transfer Austin Peay State Univ.; TSU Varsi- ty Football. Stanford, John Paul B.S. Bus. Adm., Marketing; Inter- mural Sports; Alpha Phi Omega. Starling, Sherry B.A. English — History; Student Di- rector Clements Hall; House Judici- ary; Spires; Gamma Beta Phi; Pres. English Club; Asst. Editor Tropoli- tan; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Steppler, Hope B.S. Elem. Ed.; Transfer Christian College. Stewart, Martha B.A. English — Writing Arts, Histo- ry; Tropolitan Staff; English Club. Stewart, Ronald D. B.S. Elem. Ed. — History; Transfer Canton Tech.; TSU Varsity Football. Stewart, William Kenneth B.S. Bus. Adm., Accounting; Vice- Pres. Delta Sigma Pi. Stinson, Marinda B.S. English — Math; Vice-Pres. Phi Mu Sorority; Sec.-Treas. Kappa Sigma Pi; Sec. English Club; SNEA; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Strand, Rose Ann B.S. Psy., Social Science; Transfer Patrick Henry Jr. College. Stickland, Donald B.S. Social Science, History. Strickland, Douglas W. B.S. Social Science — Psy. Stringer, Johnny B.S. HPER — History. Sullivan, Buddy B.S. Psy. — History, Social Science; Argonauts; SGA Senator; Alpha Delta Pi Pledge Pal; Corr. Sec. Delta Chi Fraternity. Sumner, Sherry L. B.S. Elem. Ed.; Adelphe; BSU Exec. Council; ACE; SNEA; Asst. Dir. Hamil Hall. Suttle, Phil B.A. Psy. — Spanish, Social Science; Argonauts; Alumni Hall House Council; BSU Drama Chm. Sutton, Steve B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Delta Chi Fraternity; SGA Senator. Syfrett, Jamelia B.S. HPER — Psychology; HPER Major ' s Club; WRA; Collegiate Sing- ers. Taylor, Douglas Stanley B.S. Bus., Accounting; SGA Senator; Asst. Justice Supreme Court; Alum- na Hall House Judiciary; Gamma Beta Phi; Vice-Pres. Kappa Omi- cron; Outstanding College Athletes of Amer.; Pi Kappa Phi Sec, Out- standing Pledge; TSU Varsity Foot- ball, NAIA All-Star Football Team; NAIA Most Valuable Lineman; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Taylor, Eugenia G. B.S. Bus. Ed. — HPER. Taylor, Herald T. B.S. HPER — Bus. Ed. Taylor, Lenore T. B.S. Math - HPER. Taylor, William F. B.S. Bus. — Bus. Adm.; TKE Frater- nity. Teal, Ann B.S. Elem. Education; Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Panhellenic Council; Asst. Dir. Pace Hall. Teel, George D. B.S. Marketing, Bus. Adm. Tew, Stanley B.S. Economics; TKE Fraternity. Thierfelder, Gerald E. B.S. Accounting, Bus. Adm. Thome, Sherry B.S. Psy., Aesthetics, Art History. Toellner, Bruce A. B.S. Bus. Adm., Accounting; Argo- nauts; Staff Member Alumni Hall; Intramural Sports. Tomporowski, Phillip B.S. Psy. — Classics; Transfer San Jacinto Jr. College. Toole, John R. B.S. Bus., Marketing — Psy.; Base- ball Team; House Judiciary, Presi- dent Pledge Class Pi Kappa Phi Fra- ternity; Chaplain SGA Senator; Member Curriculum Committee; Student Affairs; Steward of Frat. Tyler, Karol B.S. English — Psy. Vaughan, Carol B.S. Elem. Education; Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority; SGA Sena- tor; ACE; SNEA; BSU. Via, Elizabeth B.S. Art History — History, Art, Business; Transfer Wallace Jr. Col- lege; Kappa Pi Sec; Phi Mu Sorori- ty; House Judiciary and House Council Pace Hall. Vinson, Dixie L. B.S. English — History; Adelphe; Gamma Beta Phi; Spires. Voss, Brenda B.S. HPER — History; Transfer Alex City Jr. College; BSU Choir; HPER Major ' s Club. Waller, Connie B.S. Social Science — Counseling; House Judiciary Pace Hall; Pres. Pace Hall; Student Affairs Commit- tee; President ' s Council. Ward, Paschal B.M.E. Music; Delta Chi Fraternity; TSU Band. Warner, Anthony H. B.S. Bus. Adm., Marketing; Social Chm., Sgt.-at-Arms, Parliamentarian Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Pres. Men ' s Gavel Club; Kappa Omicron; Dean ' s List; Palladium Bus. Man. Waters, Celeste Marie B.S. Elem. Education. Weaver, Calvin M. B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm. Webb, Celia Jo B.A. English — Spanish; English Club. Weeks, Gail B. B.S. Math — History; Transfer En- terprise Jr. College; National Coun- cil of Teachers of Mathematics; Who ' s Who in Amer. Colleges and Univ. Weeks, Gary C. B.S. Social Science — Geography; Transfer Enterprise Jr. College. Weeks, Margaret B.S. Elem. Education — Social Science; Transfer Enterprise Jr. Col- lege. Westberry, Cynthia Warren B.M.E. Music; Collegiate Singers; Treas. Sigma Alpha Iota; Transfer Enterprise Jr. College. Westberry, Richard John B.S. Bus. Adm. — Marketing; Trans- fer Pensacola Jr. College; Treas. Men ' s Gavel Club; Pres. Delta Sigma Pi. Westenberger, Ralph B.S. Math — Physics, History. Wheelock, Dixie B.S. Elem. Education; Transfer Chi- pola Jr. College. White, Gayle F. B.S. Bus. Adm. — Gen. Bus.; Gamma Beta Phi. White, John Timothy B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm.; Trans- fer Wallace Jr. College. Whittle, Myrl L. B.S. Biology — Physical Science; Sec. Biology Club. Willett, Gary B.S. Psy. — Social Science. Williams, Alyene B.S. Math — Physics; TKE Little Sister; Dean ' s List. Williams, Dianne B.S. Elem. Education; Transfer Wal- lace Jr. College; ACE. Williams, Judy H. B.S. Marketing — Bus. Adm. Williams, Montea M. B.S. Psy., Art History and Aesthet- ics; Kappa Pi. Williams, Randy B.S. Psy., Biology. Williams, Sherrie B.S. Elem. Education; ACE; AEA; SNEA; Dames Club. Willison, Michael DeWitt B.S. Bus. Adm., Marketing; Theta Chi Fraternity; Delta Sigma Pi; In- tramural Sports. Wingett, Ellen Haygood B.S. History — Speech; Transfer Alabama College; Playmakers. Wissmann, Linda Jean B.S. Elem. Education; WRA; ACE; SNEA. Witherington, John B.S. Bus. Adm. Wood, James F. B.S. Bus. Adm., Marketing. Woods, Don B.S. HPER — History; TKE Frater- nity; TSU Tennis Team. Woolley, Billy A. B.S. Bus. — History, Social Science. Wright, Charles B.S. Biology — Chemistry. Yancey, William D. B.S. Math — Bus. Education. Yohn, J. Rebecca B.S. Elem. Education; Kappa Delta Sorority. Young, Delilah Jane B.S. HPER — Speech; HPER Ma- jor ' s Club. Youngblood, James Michael B.S. Bus. Adm., Marketing. 362 - ,4 ..a T VUTR (j(jER MEN ' S A P P A R EL The Fun Place To Shop 9 a.m. — 9 p.m. 6 days a week 566-5416 Bank America rd — Master Charge Troy Plaza — Troy Wes+ga+e Shopping Center — Enterprise Commissioner James Ray with Mayor Al Gibbs. 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Troy University - Palladium Yearbook (Troy, AL) online yearbook collection, 1973 Edition, Page 1

1973

Troy University - Palladium Yearbook (Troy, AL) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

1974

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