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r fc ;%«■% ,-=.. ' hnDiiniiiDi • p Y 1 THE PALLADIUM Troy State University Troy, Alabama Volume 62 Si u Editor-in-Chief Janice Johnson Associate Editor Beth Bridges Assistant Editor Deborah Turk : V _y : r i : r 8? 1 ti 1 VavVI J • jtWi] ' ill l2 ' Hi I Jimmy Hodges Rus Baxley J ames Clower Terry Croslin Business Manager Keith Roling Advisor Sharon Benton We came in September. Some of us returning, Some of us for the first time, Some of us never left. It was a time To catch up on Old friends, Old teachers and Old habits. I shall pass through This world but once, Any good therefore That I can do Or any kindness I can show To any human being, Let me do it now. Let me not defer Or neglect it, For I shall not pass This way again Unknown Friendship consists in forgetting what one gives and remembering what one re ceives. TROY STATE UNIVERSITY ... jh£ 4 4 . ' • • 4 ■-A ■pV Love is a sorrow eased because there are two. 1 ' !lB!ra m F ' Laughter is a smile making noise iM;i lQ " " •fJT%| . l! _» : m M K « 1 ir h i " Man ' s mind stretched to a new idea never goes back to its original dimensions. " Oliver Wendal Holmes 10 " As long as an education is sold here, I ' ll be buying it. " Anonymous !V3- «S5 -;. r of crowds, one ' s time alone is precious and short. r HHHHHHi . Much of one ' s ■ • «n ■ peace of mind comes in solitude. •; «fts :i w + •• % • se . .» -- V Table Of Contents The Opening The Happening The Educator The Organization The Games The Professional Greek The Social Greek The Beautiful People .... The Just Us The Graduate The Others The Commercials The End - % ■■■. m m mm -mmmmMm Mm r m ® Mmm m.mw.wm mm i 16 ■■ ' : - ■.-■■. ' . ■:■ ' ' - r I I ; ; ' ■ ' : C V ,. " ? THE 17 LIONS Homecoming Memories ' 73 Homecoming was a week of rush, rush, rush just like always. The week of preparation ended with the announcement of the Home- coming Court: Brenda Thurmond Queen, Deb- bie Tatum 1 st runner-up, Debbie Walker 2nd runner-up, and Christi Arrington 3rd runner- up. The Afro Club won the float competition for the parade; Alumni Hall won the dorm dis- play. The Homecoming Game was packed with excitement as the Troy State Trojans de- feated the Florence State Lions 36-7. Also this game was selected to host the first ap- pearance of the Trojan complete with white horse. The Saturday homecoming ended with parties, parties and more parties. The perfect end to a perfect day. 1 y fwrL-- 1973 Homecoming More Memories President Ralph Adams crowned Brenda Thurmond as TSU ' s 1973 Homecoming Queen during pre-game ceremonies of the TSU-Florence State football game. Her attendants were Debbie Tatum, Debbie Walker, and Christy Arrington. At the Alumni Luncheon, prior to the football game, George M. Hudson, Director of the Division of Reha- bilitation and Crippled Children with the State Depart- ment of Education was honored as Alumnus of the Year in the field of business and education, and Rex M. Mixson, Superintendent of the Pensacola, Fla. Dis- trict of the United Methodist Church ' s Alabama-West Florida Conference was honored as Alumnus of the Year in field of professionalism. Plaques were presented by Rev. C.E. Bradley and Mr. Virgil Collins, (pictured below.) A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE by Tennessee Williams directed by Dr. David Dye Young Woman Eunice Hubbell Stanley Kowalski Stella Kowalski Harold Mitchell (Mitch) Blanche DuBois Steve Hubbell Pablos Gonzales A Young Collector Mexican Woman Doctor Drunkard Lady of the Night Policeman Alice McConkey Susan Spink John William Spivey Charlotte Hall , John Crook KathyDell Doug Nelson Ken Smiley Ben Turner Yvonna Nail Jo Ellen Norman Horace Carlton Larry Aldridge Debbie White Leon Varner W J BK ■ (■VP MsmOMi.l ■ | The SGA Presents: m Hit • Cornelius Bros, and Sister Rose 1ml Hi Stafford d J W i nr Joe Savage The Association The Mason-Dixon Band Anne Murray The Importance of Being Earnest A " v 1 j. w 1 V ■ Jill 1 ■ V •Jl ! The Importance of Being Earnest, directed by Dr. David Dye, was one of. five plays chosen to be per- formed for the American College Theater Festival regional finals. It was the first time a play from an Alabama college has been chosen to compete in the contest. This play was presented at Troy State in the Spring of 1 973 to sellout crowds every night of its run. Lane Algernon Moncrief . John Worthing Lady Bracknell Gwendolyn Fairfax. Cecily Cardew Miss Prim Merriman Rev. Chasuble directed by Doug Nelson , Andy Alsup Stephen Long Kathy Dell .Alice McConkey ....Charlotte Hall Myra Fell Ken Seale John Crook ....Dr. David Dye H I i THE SOUND OF MUSIC Music and Lyrics by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse Producer Dr. John M. Long Director Philip Kelley Conductor Don K. Patmon Choreographer Art Densmore Maria Rainer Mary Collier Sister Berthe Mary Swindle Sister Margaretta Sherri Sprinkle The Mother Abess Margaret Dueitt Sister Sophia Cathy Steele Captain George von Trapp Tom Cason Franz Tom Padgett Frau Schmidt Pamela McGee Liesl Jennifer Kirkland Friedrich Pitt LaCarter Louisa Lisa Patterson Kurt Auburn Foreman Brigetta Jean Holcomb Marta Marley Harbuck Gretl Greta Kantor Rolf Gruber Greg Vann Elsa Schraeder Susan Moncrief Ursula Dawn Rodgers Max Detweiler David Kirby Herr Zeller Bruce Faulk Baron Elberfeld Dr. Gary Mayer Baroness Elberfeld Cathy Steele Admiral Von Schreiber Dale Robbins 28 iB k ■j k « .• •-•■4. j HV ■ i 1HI 29 10 SOUND Practice Practice Practice Makes Perfect Perfect Perfect ■■ JB8 If you don ' t believe that practice makes perfect just ask Dr. Johnny Long or any member of the Sound of the South. They practice many long hours especially during fall quarter and the practice pays off. This year the Sound of the South performed at two professional football halftime shows, the Blue Gray Classic and the Senior Bowl, not to mention various parades and the TSU halftimes. Troy State University is very proud of the Sound of the South and even the student who dis- likes Troy State boasts of the band. To the Sound of the South, we say thank you for the pride we have in Troy State because of you. 33 Honors Day 1974 Honors Day at Troy State is a day set aside for the recog- nition of excellence in scholarship and leadership. While Honors Day is to primarily recognize outstanding students, it also seeks to encourage all students to apply their full en- ergy and intelligence in developing their potential and in at- taining higher goals than those previously established for themselves. At Honors Day, May 24, 1974, not only were awards presented, but new members were tapped into the University honor societies ODK, Phi Kappa Phi, Adelphes, Spires and Gamma Beta Phi. Also, those students selected for " Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Universities " were recognized. Graduation 1974 This year, Troy State University graduated a record number of students. The exercises were held in Smith Auditorium June 7, 1 974 at 1 1 :00 a.m. John K. McKinley, president of Texaco Inc. and a member of that company ' s board of directors delivered the commencement address. Mr. McKinley was awarded one of the few honorary Doctorate of Laws degrees ever conferred by TSU, in recognition of his " combination of service, science and citizenship which Troy State University commends and applauds. " The New Buildings Construction on the new University Center, to be named after Dr. Ralph W. Adams, began Fall quar- ter 1973. The building will replace Smith Hall as the University Student Center. In addition to office space and other facilities, it will provide students with a larger cafeteria, a game room, and a study area. The $2 million building will be two stories with a ball room on the second floor. The University Center will provide Troy State University with a much needed modern facility. - m $■ lif iHALL TOAMRTMENTS TROY STATE UNIVERSITY Aided by a Federal Interest Subsidy Grant, Troy State has begun the conversion of Dill Hall from a boys dormitory to a modern apartment complex for students. It will offer students the convenience of on campus living with the privacy of off campus living. The apartments will be pleasantly furnished in- cluding shag carpet and will have kitchens. As soon as a completion date is announced, the University will take applications from those members of the student body who would like to take advantage of the convenience of these apartments. 37 They were in the mood To run in the nude Picture 1 Picture 2 Picture 3 •MX Picture 4 Picture 5 Photos by Gary Stogner 38 The Streakers 1974 February 20, 1 974 began as any other day does at Troy State University, only it was not just any other day. By as early as 9:00 a.m., the grapevine was buzzing of a streak and excitement filled the student body. As the morning slowly wore on, the excitement mounted and at 1 1 .50 the quad was filled with almost as many students and faculty as could be seen at a Troy State football game. The rumored streak was supposed to take place at 12:00 noon. As many students watched anxiously, time passed, and at approximately 12:15 p.m., from the doorway of Kilby Hall came two brave nudes clad in tennis shoes and masks. While the students cheered wildly, they ran across the quad, between Wright and McCall Halls, through the parking lot to Hamil Hall where they jumped into the waiting get-away car and sped away unapprehended. Why all the excitement over something that was happening everywhere? The answer could be that when something is happen- ing almost everywhere else, it is generally happening everywhere but Troy State University. For years, we have been one of the most conservative campuses in the South and the fact that we had streakers, too, made students realize that we weren ' t any different from any other college students in the nation. We are just as crazy, and besides, it was something to talk about for the rest of the week. In 1973 in February, Troy State was snowed-in by 1 1 inches of snow which for South Alabama was an event. In 1974 in February, Troy State experienced its first streakers. Perhaps a tradition has been started for February at TSU; so, watch out in 1975. Long lines mean teachers and frustration . . It ' s registration 41 Luisa Matt Hucklebee Bellamy EIGallo Henry Mortimer The mute Directed by KathyDell Andy Alsup John Crook Ken Seale Greg Alpin Joel Williams ....Doug Nelson Marty Hendrickson Dr. David Dye " -. fifssfe «Wi%MfcvL m THE EDUCATOR 44 1 M y. 45 The Board of Trustees Governor George C. Wallace, Chairman Troy State ' s Board of Trustees is made up of outstanding Alaba- mians from a variety of walks in life. Governor George C. Wallace is chairman of the board; State Supt. of Education, Dr. Leroy Brown, and McDowell Lee, Secretary of the Alabama Senate, and State Senator Bob Wilson are other Alabama leaders on the board. Gov. Wallace, a former circuit judge from Barbour County and member of the State Legislature has twice run for the U.S. Presi- dency; he is acknowledged as one of the major political leaders in the country. At the close of Gov. Wallace ' s second term as Governor, he is running for an unprecedented third term and is considered the front runner in the 1974 Governor ' s race. Dr. Leroy Brown has been state superintendent since 1 971 ; prior to that he held other important jobs in the education field in- cluding serving as superintendent of Tuscumbia City Schools for four years, superintendent of the Anniston City Schools, Director of the University of Alabama Gadsden Center and six years as presi- dent of Jefferson State Junior College. McDowell Lee, a TSU graduate, is a Clayton native, serves as President Pro-Tempore of the board. He was elected mayor of the Town of Clio at the age of 2 1 , the youngest man ever elected mayor of an Alabama town. He was a special agent with the FBI from 1950 to 1952, a member of the Legislature from 1955-63. He was elected Secretary of the Alabama Senate in July 1963, and is recognized as one of the state ' s top legislative leaders. Circuit Judge Jack Wallace of Clayton is Gov. George Wall- ace ' s brother. He is recognized as one of the state ' s key political leaders. Judge Wallace is a graduate of the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama Law School; he is a member of the Farrah Order of Jurisprudence, the Alabama and Barbour County Bar Associations and the State Circuit Judge ' s Association. State Senator Robert Wilson of Jasper is also one of the major powers in Alabama politics and a key figure in the support of higher education in the state. An attorney and two time member of the state senate, Wilson is chairman of the Senate Finance and Taxation Committee. He has been named " Outstanding Orator " in the State Legislature by the Capitol Press Corps. J. Wilbert Jordan of Mobile is an insurance company executive and a graduate of the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama Law School. A recognized leader in the insurance field, he is also active in civic work and church activities in Mobile. Mrs. Alice D. Moseley of Selma is a graduate of Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Ga. and holds her Masters Degree from Emory University. She is married to Frank Wallace Moseley, Jr. and is a leader in civic, social and church activities in Selma and the State. Board member Jack Giles of Huntsville is a graduate of the Uni- versity of Alabama and the University of Alabama Law School. A Dallas County native, he is a former State Senator, has served as City Attorney in Huntsville and has held several key appointments in Madison County as well as at the State level. C.J. Hartley of Tuscaloosa is also a University of Alabama grad- uate. He is a leading merchant in Tuscaloosa, and in 1 967 was named Man of the Year by the greater Tuscaloosa Chamber of Commerce. He is active in Boys Club work, in the Exchange and Elks Clubs and the YMCA in Tuscaloosa. Robert E. Kelly of Montgomery is the vice president of the Union Bank and Trust Company in the city. Kelly is an attorney and a graduate of the University of Alabama, with a doctorate of juris- prudence from that university. He has served as State Treasurer of the Alabama Heart Association. Larry Free, SGA President, serves as the student representative of the board. President Ralph W. Adams serves the board as secretary. 46 Dr. Leroy Brown Jock Giles C.J. Hartley J. Wilbert Jordan Robert Kelly McDowell Lee Mrs. Alice Moseley Judge Jack W. Wallace Senator Robert Wilson i Q Left to right: Mr. J. Wilbert Jordan, Mrs. Alice Mosely, Mr. Larry Free, student representative, Mr. Jack Giles, Dr. LeRoy Brown, Mr. Robert E. Kelly, Judge Jack Wallace and Dr Ralph Adams. Not pictured: Governor George C. Wallace, Mr. C. J. Hortley, Mr McDowell Lee, and Senator Robert T Wilson. 48 Ifllft! mUJ iJ5 The Board of Trustees 49 to 1 1 1 .. 1 1 i ? tJEr -1 V I I i Samuel Adams, Mrs. Dorothy Adams and Dr. Adams A native of Samson, Al., Dr. Ralph W. Adams came to Troy State University as president in 1 964. He earned his A.B. degree at Birmingham-Southern College and received the LL.B. LL.D. and J.D. degrees from the University of Alabama. He also has done post graduate work at the University of Colorado and George Washington University. In addition to being the head of a busy and growing university. Dr. Adams is chairman of the State Personnel Board and the State Insurance Board and a member of the State Oil and Gas Board. He is a member of the United States Supreme Court Bar and Alabama Bar and a Brigadier General in the United States Air Force Reserve and Alabama Air National Guard. The former Selective S ervice Director for Alabama was a judge in Tuscaloosa from 1 946 to 1947. He has taught at the University of Colorado and was Assistant Dean and Acting Dean at the Air Force Law School, Air University. In 1 968 Dr. Adams was named Man of the Year in Troy. Dr. Adams is a member of Phi Alpha Delta (law). Kappa Delta Pi (education), Kappa Phi Kappa (education), Lambda Chi Alpha (so- cial), Phi Kappa Phi (scholarship), Omicron Delta Kappa (lead- ership) and Pi Tau Chi (religion). He is a Methodist and a Mason and a member of the Rotary Club. He is married to the former Dorothy Kelly, and they have three children: Ralph Wyatt, Kelly Clements (Mrs. James B. Allen, Jr.) and Samuel. i W. T. Wilks Vice President for Academic Affairs Donald J. Gibson Dean of Stud ent Affairs 5? Albert Whittle Business Manage The Executive Committee | to r— Vice President Wilks, Dean Gibson, President Adams, Mr. Whittle 53 Gary Branch, Asso. Dean, Student Affairs, Dir , Admissions Dr. James D C. Robinson Assistant Vice President for Special Activities University Administration A Melton Carter Director of Physical Plant wmmt i Jimmie L Clark Director of Data Processeing Clint Claybrook Director, University Relations i Mrs Gloria Creek Director of Health Services Arthur H. Coker Director, Housing and Conference Services Kenneth Croslin Director, Educational Resources and TSU Press 54 James W. Gaylard Executive Secretary, TSU Foundation Dr. Freddie Wood Assistant to the President for Contracts and Grants and Institutional Research Jeff G Golden Director of Financial Aids Joe Griffin Director, Radio-TV News Services Andrew L Hudgins Director of Veterans Affoirs J. P. Jinnght Chief of Campus Security Thomas J McClain Registrar Thomas E. Peeks Comptroller and Treasurer 55 Gary Stogner Sports Information Director Stephen D. Panxer Director of Purchasing and Inventory Control James E. Reeves Director of Non-Academic Personnel . ■ r A Mrs. Erin H Teal Director, Placement Services John Robert Westbrook Coordinator, University Counseling Services Marvin K. Vickers, Director of Student Activities Robert Williford Assosciate Dean of Student Affairs 56 V Ms. Mary Jane Baker Counselor Mrs. Margaret Barron Licensed Practical Nurse Mrs. Nell Bassett Reference Assistant Alan Boothe Associate Director of Financial Aid Mrs. Ann Boothe Registered Nurse Phillip Caldwell Admissions Counselor Mrs. Jean T. Farrar Assistant to the Registrar Mrs Betty Chancellor Acquisitions and Serials Assistant Tom Griener Coordinator of Men ' s Residence Halls Professional Staff Hubert Conner Circulation Librarian Mrs. Margaret I. King Coordinator of Women ' s Residence Halls Mrs. Julia Dillard Coordinator of Audio- Visual Services Mrs. Sharis LeMay Registered Nurse V Mrs. Shirley H. Eiland Assistant to the Registrar Mrs. Josephine McGowan Financial Aid Assistant Larry Milliner Assistant Director of Financial Aid Dale Mosely Director of Printing, General Publications Photographies Mrs. Frankie Muller Director of Cataloging and Acquisitions Walter Sullivan Associate Registrar Irvin Wood Assistant Director of Admissions 57 College of Arts and Sciences The College of Arts and Sciences devotes itself to the cultivation of ideas, independent thinking and reasonable, critical judgments. Through a knowledge of both past and contemporary thought, it promotes appreciation for the achievements of mankind. Finally, it seeks to encourage a spirit of understanding and tolerance toward greater participation in a democratic society. Dr. John M. Long, Dean Dr. John M. Long received his bachelor ' s degree from Jacksonville State University, his master ' s degree from the University of Alabama, and was awarded the honorary Doctor of Laws degree from his Alma Mater, Jack- sonville State University. He is Director of Bands and Professor of Music at Troy State University and is a member of the American Bandmasters Asso- ciation, state chairman of the American School Band Directors Association, past state President of Phi Beta Mu, past state chairman of the National Band Association, a member of Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, the College Band Director ' s National Association, the American Le- gion, past Commander of Post 96 Veterans of Foreign Wars, a member of American Federation of Musicians Local 479, a member of the Board of Directors of the Troy Chamber of Commerce and is past President of the Troy Rotary Club. He also serves as a member of the School Board for the public schools in the city of Troy, and was recently appointed by Governor George Wallace to the Alabama Historical Commission. Dr. Long is the director of half-time activities for the Blue-Gray Football Classic seen on national television. He is listed in " Who ' s Who in American Education and the Alabama House Representative has, on several occa- sions, passed resolutions in his behalf. He has written articles published in national magazines and is currently on the editiorial staff of the national publication " Notes " and is a featured writer for " Ruffles and Flourishes " national band magazine. 5R Col. Walter Hennigan, Chm. Aerospace Studies Department More commonly known on campus as Air Force ROTC, the de- partment offers outstanding opportunities to young men and women who wish to serve their country as Air Force officers. A wide variety of subjects including the history and organization of the Air Force, the military justice system and national defense pol- icy making are offered and molded with opportunities to practice the management, human relations, and leadership skills necessary for today ' s military officer. In addition to personal and academic rewards, students in the program are eligible for generous scholarships, subsistance allow- ances, and flying lessons. Upon completion of the program and graduation, the cadets are commissioned second Lieutenants in the Air Force and go on active duty to serve their country as professional, dedicated, and respon- sible leaders. M Sgt. L. Kelley Bradley S Sgt. William R. Cole Maj. William Holcomb s S Sgt. Michael Patterson Capt. James P. Pearce 59 I Biological Science Department The Department of Biology maintained its status as a strong TSU department with 7 of 9 faculty members with doctorate de- grees. Significant and historical events have included the accep- tance of two girls and one black by medical schools, and the first Alabama graduates in the new Marine Environmental Consortium at the undergraduate level were two TSU biology majors. Dr. J.C. Wilkes, Chm ' 4 Mr. Wayne Adams Dr. Donald Barras Dr. Dancce Costes Dr. Robert Dietz 60 Classics Department The Classics Department stresses the importance of the Greek and Latin cultures in today ' s society. Among the courses offered are the Greek and Latin Element in English, Civilizations of Greece and Rome, Classical Mythology, Classical Poetry and Classical Drama. Dr. Robert Stampfli, Chm. Law Enforcement Department The Law Enforcement Department offers courses in variou as- pects of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, and Psychology, Sociology, Business Administration and Counseling. To prepare dedicated, well-educated men and women for the various fields of Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Administration and Correction is the goal of the department. Mr. Glynn Eiland, Chm. 61 Mr. Fred Davis, Chm. Taking as its mandate the fact that language is the cornerstone of all knowledge, the Department of English and Foreign Lan- guages maintains its strong tradition of high academic standards and quality instruction. In the past few years the Department of English and Foreign Languages has attracted one of the strongest faculties in the region and has developed programs and curricula which now serve as models for several institutions. The English and foreign language faculties are firmly committed to the goal of pro- viding for TSU students the best possible language instruction. In doing so the faculty hopes to open new career horizons for the graduates. In the future, more foreign languages and literature courses will be developed to enable students to qualify for the im- portant positions now opening in the international market. English Department Mrs. Dorothy Adams Dr Rosemary Canfield Mr. Aidan Gara Miss Cordelia Gray Miss Betsy Hamlet Mr Fredrick Heidmann Mrs. Mary Hilyer Dr. Jacqueline LeBailly Dr. William Pixton • Dr. Joseph Roberts Dr Gertrude Shroeder Mrs Faye Senn Mr George Vickery ■ 1 — - ' " " " gdBHBBBI l T ■ A (— v ' X Dr. Duane Tway, Chm. History and Social Science Department The Department of History and Social Science added two new members this year. Dr. John Bowling, a former Foreign Service offi- cer with the State Department, joined as a political scientist and Mrs. Bernadette Grant, who is completing her Ph.D. at Mississippi State, joined as a sociologist. Mr. Glynn Eiland began courses in the Law Enforcement pro- gram. He was tentatively assigned to work within this department. This program has proven very popular and will no doubt grow rap- idly. Former Governor John Patterson continued offering one night class per quarter. He taught a course in State and Local Govern- ment which students found both relevant and provocative. History professors in Alabama organized into the Alabama As- sociation of Historians to work together for the improvement of his- tory teaching in the state. Several members of the Troy State Uni- versity faculty joined the association and the chairman, Dr. Tway, was elected Secretary-Treasurer. Because of the increasing popularity of sociology, plans are un- derway to increase course offerings and to seek approval for a major in this field The department missed daily contact with Mr. Paul Mussleman who retired in 1973, having taught at TSU since 1956. f K Dr. John Bowling Dr Ray Mathis Dr. Nicholas Dr Melton D ' Andrea McPherson Mrs Bernadette Dr. Norma Mitchel Grant Mr Cloyd Paskins Mr. Pat Harris Dr. Curtis Porter Mr Richard Mr Grady Post Kenworthy Mrs. Marv Mnthi« Ik Dr. Brooks Thompson Dr. Leonard Trapp Mr James Williams Mathematics Department Today man is faced with problems which are different from those of any society of the past. The modern technology of today requires a higher level of mathematical trainin: than ever before. The department of mathematics offers a wide range of courses which are designed to prepare today ' s students to function more effectively in today ' s world as well as give an excellent back- ground for those who plan careers in teaching, industry, business, or engineering. Also, advanced courses are available to provide preparation for those who wish to pursue graduate degrees in pure or applied mathematics. Dr. Edward Barnett, Chm. Dr. Lou Destito Mr. Bo Gaylord , 64 Mr. John Lee Mr. Charles Norris Mr. James O ' Neal Mr. James Ray Dr. Luck Watford Physical Science Department The major activities of the Physical Science Department have been directed toward providing the best possible instruction for the students enrolled in courses offered by the department. We feel that our major " accomplishment " this year has been the positive effect our interaction with the students will have on the students ' futures. Dr. Edward Teller was able to return to Troy State in May of this year for a series of lectures. Troy State University was host for the Southeast Alabama Regional Science Fair and also for the regional paper reading contest for the Alabama Junior Academy of Science. The faculty of the Physical Science Department is pleased to have been involved in these efforts to disseminate scientific knowledge and to foster and sustain interest in the sciences. Dr. Edward Ward, Chm. Dr. Benjamin Bateman M. Edward Kantor Dr. John Muller ! Dr. Billy Norman « M I Mr. Eugene Omasta 65 Philosophy and Religion Department The Department of Philosophy and Religion, in its General Stud- ies Courses, seeks to acquaint the student, in an objective, histori- cal manner with the major philosophies and religions. The electives offered by the Department delve more deeply into specific areas of study— The Bible, Ethics, Theology, and Logic. Using a variety of learning techniques, the Department tries to get students to think critically about life styles. The Department does not yet offer a ma- jor, but provides a variety of minors. Dr. Joseph Mitchell, Chm. t 66 Journalism Department John R. Chamberlain, Dean John R. Chamberlain is the Dean of Troy State ' s recently established School of Journalism. Mr. Chamberlain writes a nationally syndicated column featured in over 100 newspapers located throughout the United States and has served as editor of such widely circu- lated magazines as Fortune, Harper ' s, and Life. He has held editorial positions on the New York Times Book Review, the Saturday Review of Literature, Scribner ' s Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, and Barron ' s Magazine. His experience includes advertising, writing, reporting, book reviewing, and contributing to many of America ' s ma- jor literary and intellectual periodicals. He has also taught in the Columbia School of Journalism. Mr. Chamberlain has authored many books including Fare- well to Reform, The American Stakes, The Roots of Capital- ism, and The Enterprising Americans-. A Business History of the United States. The Hall School of Journalism promotes continuous change in its efforts to guide students in their preparation for meaningful careers in the many and varied areas of professional journalism. The traditional techniques are continually being updated to keep in step with this ever changing profession. It endeavors to develop student interest in the creative writing fields and objective factual reporting techniques necessary for success in today ' s modern news media. Mr. John Hammer iJ Dr. Gary Mayer Dr. Clifford Eubanks, Dean Dr. Clifford L. Eubanks, Dean of the School of Business and Commerce, received his B.S. degree in 1 962 from Arkansas State University and earned his M.B.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas. Before going to Murray State University where he was a department chairman, Eubanks was an Assistant Professor of Man- agement at Kansas State University for two years. He also served as a Research Analyst and consultant to the Governor of Kansas and conducted a review of large financial corporations personnel programs and policies. Dr. Eubanks has co-authored two lengthy works and co-authored two other works in the field of business ad- ministration. He has researched factors affecting the industrial de- velopment success of Kentucky and Tennessee. Dr. Eubanks is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, Delta Mu Delta, and Alpha Kappa Psi honorary and professional fraternities. He is also a member of the Southern Academy of Management, Midwest Economic Association, Southwest Academy of Manage- ment, and the Ozark Economic Association. School of Business and Commerce The School of Business and Commerce is designed to develop leadership for the business community in the free enterprise system. Its programs develop the skills and attitudes of mind that enable the individual to cope successfully with problems of business management in a rapidly changing economy. | 68 ft r l V Dr. Dean Allmon Mrs. Barbara Barganier Dr. Eva Carr Dr. Nicholas Cervera Mr. Joseph Creek Dr Wayne Curtis Mr. James Dykes Mr Stephen Garrott Dr Don Hmes Mrs. Helen Leverrette Mr. George Miner Mr Robert Palmer Mr. Paul Stark r B Dr. G. T. Stewart Mr. Robert Stewart Mr Eugene Sherman Mr. Bill Walters Mrs. Mary Yarbrough Dr. Rhea Swisher, Asst. Dean School Of Education Dr. Max Rafferty, Dean of the School of Education, is the author of a nationally syndicated column featured in more than 1 00 news- papers from coast to coast and writes two other columns for the press. In 1 962, he wrote the all-time bestseller on education, Suffer, Little Children. A speech he delivered in 1 961 , " The Passing of the Patriot, " has been described as the most controversial speech an educator has made in the last generation. Rafferty ' s first visit to Troy State was in 1 970 when he delivered the commencement address, a speech that since has been reprinted twice. He has authored five books, and other writings by Rafferty have received recognition in several national publications. A lifelong career teacher and administrator in California schools, Rafferty is a graduate of U.C.L.A. and the holder of an earned doctorate in education from the University of Southern Cal- ifornia and honorary doctoral degrees from Lincoln University and Brigham Young. Dr. Max Rafferty, Dean 70 . Ota • - Education and Psychology Department It is a part of the philosophy of the University that scho ols serve a most important function in the training of citizens, and in the protection and promotion of the democratic way of life; therefore, the primary responsibility of the School of Education is to educate teachers. Mr. James Anderson Mr. Max Arinder Mr. James Brantley Dr. Tyron Covin Mr. James Dwyer l 4 k 1 Js. K Dr. Ralph Erickson Mr. Joseph Harrington Dr. Byron Holmgren Dr. James Kimbrough Dr. Paul Lewis Mrs. Carol Lovelady Dr. Horace Nelson Mr. Charles Parker Dr. Lester Stewart Dr. Josephine Warner Mrs. Tex Whaley Mrs. Gurley Wilks Dr. Rofus Hughes 71 J Dr. Rudy Argenti, Chm. A Mr. Nicholas Costes Dr Gene Hanson 7? Mrs. Gracie Saoers Miss Joyce Sorrell Mrs Pansy Walden Mrs. Virginia Watson Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department Physical fitness is an important stimulus to mental activity. Through the use of modern developmental processes in physical education, students are given a wide range of health and recrea- tional fields. A highly specialized program is provided for those who wish to obtain a major in Troy State ' s HPER Department. School Of The Fine Arts Art Department Dr. Robert Paxson, Chm. ■ gj-Av. Mr. Mark Brewton Mrs. Patricia Duke Mr. Woodi Ishael Mr. William Lower m Dr. Carolyn Stone 4 J miJf: Jm Mr. Edwin Walter The Art Department at Troy State University lends proof to the talent found on campus. New programs and innovations in the art field are constantly being incorporated into the course offerings of the Art Department. Students on campus are given access to the most modern equipment, including ceramic kilns, photographic equipment, and studio areas. Works are exhibited throughout the library and school. 73 Dr. David Dye, Chm. Dr. Gerold Baxter Mr. Chet Misner Speech and Drama Department The Department of Speech and Theatre in the School of Fine Arts offers a major in Speech and Theatre curriculum. The department is headed by Chairman David Dye who received his Ph.D. from Flor- ida State University in 1 970. Dr. Gerald Baxter is responsible for the debate team for Troy State University. Schooled in t he field of interpersonal speech, Dr. Baxter puts his specialty to work in his courses of Oral Interpretation, Phonetics, and Debate Forensics Participation. Mr. Chet Misner, Instructor of Speech, is interested in public speaking and has served in the capacity of director for sev- eral of the Playmaker productions on campus. The department is unique from many for it combines the educational courses offered with the opportunity to put the book learning to practical use in the Playmakers and the Debate team. Dr. William Dennison, Asst. Chm. Music Department The Troy State Music Department has undergone a remarkable growth during the past few years. The quality of performance of music organizations has been raised to a high level of excellence. Music opportunities at Troy State include: a 350 voice University Choir, the Collegiate Singers, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Sigma Alpha lota, The Opera Workshop, the " Sound of the South " marching band, the Symphonic Band and the University Stage Band. One purpose of the Music Department is to train students whose pri- mary aim is to become teachers of music in the music-major area. A second purpose is to meet the needs of all the students of the college by enrichment of their personal development through parti- cipation in musical activities and through the general exposure to and study of music, developing understanding of its meaning as an art and experience. .k Mrs. Jean Barr Mr. Charles Calkins Mrs. Violet Ervin Dr. Paul V. Yoder Distinguished Professor of Music r Mr. Phillip Kelley Mr. James Mahaffey Mr. Don Patmon Dr. Carl Vollrath Mr. Truman Welch Miss Sarah Ann Whaley 75 1 iip- ; i 1 ' y • Miss Betty Thomas, Dean School of Nursing Miss Betty Thomas, Dean of Troy State ' s School of Nursing, heads the recently established school. From Laurel Hill, Florida, Miss Thomas attended Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, and Teachers Col- lege, Columbia University, New York. Her positions held include Clinical Instructor at Mather School of Nursing, Southern Baptist Hospital, New Orleans, part-time staff nurse at the Student Infirmary of Florida State University, Instruc- tor-Assistant Professor at the School of Nursing, Florida State Uni- versity, and Director Nursing at Sunland Hospital for the Retarded in Tallahassee. Miss Thomas has been active in a number of organizations, and is Advisor to the TSU Student Nurse Association at Troy State. Miss Thomas ' publications include " Rural Hospital Nursing — A Beginning Experience, " in Nursing Outlook. BSN Program Mrs. Alice Dickerson Mrs. Dorothy Holland Sister Pavlik Miss Mary Robinson Dr. Bettye Smith Mrs Delia Sullins Miss Lula Whicham , W A Mr. Robert Fuller, Asst. Dean ASN Program The School of Nursing is dedicated to the role of preparing the professional and the technical nurse to give skillful, comprehensive care while simultaneously contributing toward the prevention and treatment of human ills This philosophy recognizes the dignity and worth of human life and its preservation through good health. Miss Susan Miss Alvorine Hull Broadstreet Miss Jane Mauk Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Mercedes Camp Munson Miss Louise Carr Mrs. Mary Jo Miss Marsha Cox Roberts Miss Martha Harris Mrs. Ann Smallwood 77 1974 Teacher of the Year Charlie Parker Mr. Charlie Parker, Assistant Professor of Education and Director of the TSU Reading Center is the 1 974 recipient of the Ingalls Award tor Excellence in Classroom Teaching at Troy State University. Selection of the Outstanding Classroom Teacher is made by a committee of sixteen students representing all depart- ments of the university. The Ingalls Award is the highest teaching award at TSU and consists of a plaque and $1000 accompanying award. Mr. Parker has served on the faculty since 1 966. He holds a B.S. and M.Ed, degree from Alabama Polytechnic Institute and an Ed.S. from Auburn. The Ingalls Award is presented annually to the teacher who has, in the estimation of the committee " most diligently, effectively, cheerfully, and outstandingly conducted his classes or courses of instruction in the undergraduate schools of the university " . .... ..„,,.. ; : W SS S ajJ 80 m ORGANIN 81 Christian Coordinating Council row I -Carol Smith, Secretary, Debra Barrett; row2-Susie Priori, Historian, Donna Pittrnon Boswell, Sharon Dominey, Treasurer; row 3:— Theresa Mount Johnson, Publications, Lydia Mitchell McNeal, Miss Cordelia Gray, Faculty Advisor, row 4-Becky Eady, president Not pictured— Denise Jacquart, Vice-President 82 Adelphe Honor Society The Adelphe Honor Society is a scholastic honorary for sophomore women. Serving our campus in many ways, the Adelphes strive to promote intelligent living and a high standard of learning, and to encourage superior scholastic attainment among women in their first year at the University. Afro Club 83 TSU ' s Men in Blue Building Men for a Better Tomorrow Air Force ROTC provides exceptional opportunities for out- standing college men and women. The diverse curriculum includes a review of communicative skills. A survey of professionalism, leadership and management concepts; and a study of national security from a military standpoint. In addition to demanding aca- demic work, cadets enjoy extracurricular activities such as Intra- mural sports, Arnold Air Society, Angel Fight, Military Balls and other social activities. AFROTC prepares the cadets for a challenging and rewarding career upon graduation. Cadets are commissioned in the United State Air Force as Second Lieutenants upon graduation and go on to serve their country as professional, dedicated and responsible leaders Air Force ROTC Argonauts tail ■onLiR JH Hi VH HJ Claire Parsons, Argonaut Sweetheart 86 Uifl ' ■H Ml? Arnold Air Society Named in honor of General H. H. (Hap) Arnold, commanding general of the Army Air Forces in World War II, the Arnold Air Society is an honorary organization of Air Force ROTC, composed of outstanding Air Force cadets at 1 72 detachments across the nation. The society engages in various ac- tivities which include: supporting the Air Force ROTC program on cam- pus, conducting briefings for local high school students, assisting in se- lective motivational efforts and con- ducting local, regional and national extracurricular functions. 87 Association For Childhood Education 88 Ajm Baptist Student Union 89 Circle K The Circle K of Troy State University is sponsored by the Troy Kiwanis Club. The club is active in many campus and community activities during the year including the Blood Drive, Homecoming and various charity fund rais- ing projects. 90 Beta Sigma Biology Club The purpose of the Beta Sigma Biology Club is to as- semble students with a common interest in biological science, to encourage the fellowship of these students, and to provide an active service organization for the De- partment of Biological Sciences. The Beta Sigma Biology Club offers both academic and social activities for its members. 91 i bottom— Tom Coson, Randy Foster, Mike Dagostin, David Kerner, Julius Walker, top— Patti Watson, Jan Freeman, Debbie Dixon, Alita Neudecker, Dee Mitchum They were there with a smile, a pom-pom and a cheer iaajM The TSU cheerleader squad was plagued with many problems this year. Fall quarter two squad members were lost— one to illness and one to academic disaster. Winter quarter the cheerleaders had a disagreement with the SGA over the cheerleaders ' attendance at home basketball games. The disagreement resulted in the cheer- leaders being in action at the home games. All the cheerleaders were present at most basketball games except for captain, Mike Dagostin, who appeared at very few. All in all, the cheerleaders did a remarkable job considering the problems of the year. They were there with a smile, a pom-pom, and a cheer. The Collegiate Singers The Collegiate Singers, under the direction of Dr. William R. Denison, have entertained many people on this campus and many people in the state of Alabama. The Colle- giate Singers is a select choir of about sixty voices chosen by audition from the entire stu- dent body. Repertoire for the group includes the finest choral music from the sixteenth cen- tury to the present. The Collegiates are known for the variety of their programs and the versatility of the personnel. 94 95 Council For Exceptional Children The purpose of the Council for Ex- ceptional Children is to promote the welfare and education of exceptional children and youth. Membership for the Troy Council for Exceptional Children consists of professional personnel and other persons interested in the educa- tion of exceptional children and youth. Meetings are held twice a month. Be- sides providing services for exceptional children, the club aims to make each member a more professionalized future Special Education teacher. Row one: Randee Bennett, Jeri Riley, Nan Basemore, Jan Sloppy Row two: Twila Sneell, Janie Nolan, Vicki Gibson, Jeanne Keller, Mrs. Lovelady Row three: Jimmy Wilkes, Beulah Phillips, Mary Thompson, Susie Simmons Kappa Pi Kappa Pi, an honorary art fraternity, is designed to promote interest in art. Through Kappa Pi an art student learns to present his work and display it during art shows given both on and off campus. Also, by getting together socially, dis- cussing different art-techniques, artists, etc., it stimulates an individual creatively. The concept being, one person operates in a vacuum, two share ideas, and many give birth to those ideas in individual ways. Tim Masters, Nancy Carter, Kenny Walters, Patty Watson, Frank Kerner, Les Faulk, Rhoda Solomon, David Grimes Steve LeBailey, Susan Davidson, Martha Milner, Allen Brislin, Debbie French, Peggy Smith. 96 The Dames Club Gamma Beta Phi The Troy State Chapter of Gamma Beta Phi was organized in 1966. It is an educational service organization for students who have a 2.00 overall average or better. Each new member must be recommended by a Society member. Gamma Beta Phi en- courages advancement of the educational idea and promotes scholastic effort among the students. During the year Gamma Beta Phi ' s have sponsored tutoring programs for elementary children and college students. This tutoring service is operated under the sponsor, Dr. Gertrude Schroeder. 98 House Council: row 1 —Cheryl Browder, Mary Helen Sellers, row 2— Delia Vining, Rhonda Randolph; row 3— Anita Hall, Pam Youngblood, Marilyn Johnson; row 4 — Jennifer Fox, Beth Bridges. Hamil Hall Assistant Directors: row 1 — Debbie Tatum, Linda Kennedy, Julie Jeffcoat, Joy Barnett; row 2— Elaine Stanford, Carri Mungenast; row 3— Ellen Dozier, Dorm Director. wtm 99 Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi is the only organization to honor education students on the campus of Troy State University. National Kappa Delta Pi was founded at the University of Illinois on March 8, 191 1. The Zeta Gamma Chapter of Troy State Uni- versity was founded on May 1 8, 1 946 with Dr. L.C. McCracken from the National Office as Installing Officer. The Counselor of the chapter at that time was Dr. Lillian P. Minor. Dr. R.H. Ervin, Professor of Emritus of Education at TSU, served as counselor 14 years. Dr. Horace Nelson, Professor of Education at TSU, has served as counselor since 1 961 . Other persons to serve as counselor for brief periods are: Dr. Ernest Kilpatrick and Dr. Roscoe Kelley. As stated in the Constitution and By-Laws the purpose of Kappa Delta Pi shall be to encourage high profes- sional intellectual and personal standards and to recognize out- standing contributions to education. To this end it shall invite to membership such persons as exhibit commendable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals and sound scholarship. It shall endeavor to maintain a high degree of professional fellow- ship among its members and to quicken professional growth by honoring achievement in educational work. Only juniors, se- niors, and graduate students in the upper one-fifth of the col- lege academic rating are invited to membership. Kappa Delta Pi is pledged to fidelity to humanity, science, service, and toil. Chapter projects include the L.S. Vanderford Memorial Scholar- ship Fund; The R. H. Ervin Award to Outstanding Seniors in Edu- cation, which is presented at each commencement; and the Foy Ingram Cummings Memorial Fund. 100 Sigma Alpha Iota Sigma Alpha lota is an international professional fra- ternity for women in the field of music. The Delta Zeta Chapter of Troy State University was organized in 1 963. Sigma Alpha lota sponsors many beneifical projects among these are the International Music Fund which pro- vides rehabilitation through music and the Braille Music Project. The members are active in the concert and march- ing bands, the clarinet choir, and the Collegiate Singers. 101 Music Educators Conference Phi Alpha Theta Phi Alpha Theta is an honorary history society at Troy State University. Members are chosen on the basis of outstanding scholarship in history related studies. 10? ODK row one— Andy Alsup, John Borber, Shelby Neese, Danny Martin, Danny Sikes. row two— Larry Davis, David Lawrence, Gary Padgett, Ray Lamar Rhoades. This year the newly chartered ODK chapter at Troy State University was proud to have Gov. George Wallace as one of its inductees. The induction ceremony took place at the governor ' s mansion in Montgomery where nine other members where tapped into the honor society along with the Governor. ODK is a nationally recognized leadership honor society for outstanding men. Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, athletics, student government, social and religious activities and the arts. First Lady Cornelia Wallace and ODK President watch as Governor Wallace signs the ODK book 103 Pace Hall 104 Dorm Officers Tau Beta Sigma Tau Beta Sigma is a new national band honorary established this year. The organizations purpose is to strive for the betterment of the concert and marching bands. Phi Gamma Nu The Beta lota Chapter of Phi Gamma Nu was installed at Troy State University on March 2, 1974. Phi Gamma Nu is a women ' s professional business sorority which fosters the study of business at colleges and uni- versities, promotes high scholar- ship and seeks to aid profes- sional women in fulfilling their career goals. 105 Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Kappa Psi is a national honorary for band members. Its purpose is the betterment of both con- cert and marching bands. This is Kappa Kappa Psi ' s first year on Troy State University ' s campus. 106 Spires The Spires Club of Troy State University is a ser- vice organization which provides special services to the campus. The group is composed of junior and senior women of high moral character and high ac- ademic standing. Their services to the campus in- clude ushering, tutoring, and serving during home- coming activities. 107 SGA OFFICERS Larry Free— President Debbie Tatum— Vice President Chuck Haverat— Attorney General Donna Boswell — Secretary Not Pictured: Bob Weathers— Clerk John Hildreth— Senator-At-Large Eddie Barrentine— Treasurer 108 The Student Government Association The Student Government Association was more active this year than last year. Near the end of President Larry Free and Vice President Debbie Tatum ' s administration, they were interviewed by the Tropolitan and their basic comment on their administration was: " if we had more time, we could have put into practice what we ' ve already learned. " It seems the plight of all SGA administrations is that they find out too late the things they needed to know to begin with. Debbie Tatum said that considering the obstacles she had encountered she was pleased with the administration accomplishments. The SGA has sponsored some outstanding movies for student entertainment and as far as Big Name entertainment goes, there was quantity and no quality. The SGA was responsible for getting the cheerleaders to appear at basketball games and getting women ' s extramural sports $2500 to finance their activities. The SGA has a definite purpose on the Troy State Campus. It is up to all the students to make it work because all students on campus are members of the SGA. The student government is only as good as the students it represents. SGA Senate— Back Row: Pat Holladay, Bob Weathers, Chuck Haverat, Paul Johnson, George Hargrove, Lauren Jones, Beth Ann Johnson, Debbie Benton, Larry Free; Front Row: Marilyn Johnson, Beth Bridges, Donna Boswell, Debbie Tatum, Shelia Jenkins, Ellen Beam, Pam Youngblood. 109 Student Nurses Association no Student National Education Association Dr. Kimbrough, Advisor; Patricia Butts, Secretary; Eddie Kane, V. Pres.; Phillip Blakey, Pres. Danny Latham, Treasurer 111 The Tropolitan Back Row: David Smessler, Greg Meyer, Bob Weathers, John Crook, Joe Carmichael. Front Row: Robin Caldwell, Jennifer Fox, Pam Norns, Deborah Hocutt, Pat Baker. 112 Gary Stogner, Editor Fall and Winter Greg Meyer, Editor Spring 113 THE PALLADIUM The Palladium is the University yearbook. Student staff members are responsible for its publication. Putting out a book of its size and quality takes many hours. There are countless pictures to be made, labeled, stamped, numbered and cropped before pages can be sent to the publisher. Time is an important factor in the making of a year- book. There are many schedules and deadlines to meet, even before the final finish date. The Palladium also sponsors the Miss TSU Pageant each year, which is a preliminary to the Miss Alabama Pageant. The beauties chosen in the pageant are featured in the Beautiful People section of this book. I Mrs. Shoron Benton, Advisor Keith Roling, Business Manager Janice Johnson, Editor Beth Bridges, Associate Editor 116 THE GAM 117 SPORTS-1974 1973 Football TSU Opponents 15 NE Louisiana 15 7 Livingston 6 42 Nicholls State 7 17 Ouachita Baptist 7 24 SE Louisiana 17 Delta State 10 36 Florence State 7 6 McNeese State 21 30 Tennessee Martin 14 Jacksonville State 38 1973-74 Basketball TSU 77 86 81 83 86 87 58 74 74 68 80 75 81 76 67 76 77 85 96 77 82 81 95 70 87 Jacksonville State Spring Hill West Georgia Livingston St. Bernard Huntingdon West Georgia Montevallo Tennesse Martin Florence Huntingdon Southern Miss. Xavier Nicholls State SE Louisiana Montevallo St. Bernard Miss. College Livingston Delta State NW Louisiana Tennessee Martin Florence Jacksonville State Spring Hill Opponents 80 91 101 68 91 83 64 87 61 70 89 83 62 86 93 81 88 93 66 74 77 88 86 73 81 ■MlUt Ik 1974 Tennis TSU Opponent 3 Benedictine College 6 2 Shorter College 7 6 Livingston University 6 Gadsden State Jr. College 1 7 Gadsden State Jr. College Columbus College 9 8 Florence State University 1 8 University of Montevallo 1 7 Jacksonville State University 2 Jefferson State Jr. College 9 5 Okaloosa Walton Jr. College 4 7 Jacksonville State University 2 5 Gadsden State Jr. College 4 7 University of Montevallo 2 6 Florence State University 1 4 David Lipscomb 5 5 Okaloosa Walton Jr. College 4 8 Huntingdon College 1 6 University of West Florida 3 3 University of South Alabama 6 2 Jefferson State Jr. College 7 Columbus College 9 9 Huntingdon College 9 Livingston University 4 University of South Alabama 5 TSU Baseball-1974 Opponents 2 2 2 4 10 2 6 6 3 4 6 18 7 1 6 5 11 3 6 2 8 6 17 5 3 4 3 1 1 Florida State Florida State Montevallo Montevallo Oakland Oakland Livingston Livingston Tennessee State Tennessee State Huntingdon Tennessee State Jacksonville Jacksonville Florence Florence UT-Martin UT-Martin UA-Birmingham Florence Florence Jacksonville Jacksonville UA-Birmingham Huntingdon South Alabama South Alabama Birmingham Southern UT-Martin UT-Martin Athens Athens Birmingham Southern 1 1 9 1 2 5 1 4 1 1 2 3 5 5 1 1 4 9 4 4 3 4 2 4 3 5 2 1 10 1 1 12 3 1 5 2 11 TOM JONES ATHLETIC DIRECTOR HEAD FOOTBALL COACH Bob Booth, Offensive Bocks Richard Bassett— FB " J RM Joe Farror— LB Bill Gaither-OT Allen Graham— OG Johnny Grimes— TB Jerry Groce— LB Tommy Groce— DHB David Hall-MLB -r «K -nrx Ronnie Hanna — OG Lewis Harden— WR Chuck Haverot— OT James Hawkins— DT I Houston Hicks— DE Mike Johnson— DT DeLone Logue— FB Lynn Marsh — LB Donnie Jones— OG Danny Mathews— DHB Mark King— OC Mike Hutto-DT Bruce Johnson— WB Bobby Lee— OB Robert Mathews— DHB Ken McLain— QB Tony Myrick— DHB Charlie Odum— LB Ronnie Owens— FB Phillip Parker-DHB Charles Pickett— DT Sam Pickett— DE John Raburn — DHB Jim Reid— KS Ralph Sanders— DT Tim Sanders— SE L_ Tom Shuler— OT Steve Williams-KS WB j " Ric Wilson— OG Randy Yerkes— FB ' - ' ? " - r ' if ¥ o ' . Reflections of the 1973 Football Season by Gary Stegner Tom Jones told sportswriters and sportscasters prior to the 1 973 football season that a long and hard road was ahead for Troy State. Upperclassmen were almost non-existent in TSU ' s line up and as Jones put it, " We ' re going to line up a bunch of fuzzy- cheeked youngsters that love to play ... I ' m sure we ' ll be proud of them. " And as it turned out, Jones and his entire staff was proud. TSU gridders, fielding their first team under the title " Trojans " romped their way to a Gulf South Conference title— a surprise finish, if anything, in college division football. Coaches in the GSC ranked TSU fifth in a pre-season poll, and at the time, many considered the lowly ranking a compliment. Pre- season national polls didn ' t recognize TSU, but when it was fin- ished the story had taken an about face. defeat. Ouachita Baptist fell 17-7, conference opponents SE Loui- siana went down 24-0, Delta State fell 17-10 and Florence was the subject of a TSU Homecoming at the tune of 36-7. Then the six game winning streak came to a screaching halt. Troy travelled to Lake Charles, La. to meet always powerful McNeese State. Troy had the deep South ' s only undefeated college division record and the Cowboys forced Troy into numerous crucial situ- ations. McNeese came out ahead 21-6 and the hopes of an unde- feated season had vanished. Troy rallied and iced away the conference title with a 30-0 blister- ing of Tennessee Martin— a game where Troy ' s offense clicked with the precision it lacked the week before. The defense was as rugged as ever and would soon lock away the honor of being the best in the conference. The Trojans ended up 7-2-1 and maintained a lofty national rank- ing for nine consecutive weeks. Post season honors rained down on Troy, its players and head coach. The GSC named Jones " Coach of the Year, " as did the NAIA District 27. Offensive center Mark King splashed his name across the national news media with Associated Press, first team Ail-American plau- dits. Defensive tackle Dennis Anderson and Mike Culbertson were honorable mention AP Ail-Americans and other post-season all-star squads read like a Trojan roster. Rival Jacksonville State came to town loaded with the hopes of spoiling Troy ' s conference claim to fame and the Gamecocks walked away from Memorial Stadium with just that. Jacksonville used a 28-point flurry in the second quarter to win it 38-14 and Troy ' s GSC title and No. 3 ranking in the nation were again blemished. When the dust settled, Jones looked at the 7-2-1 finish with a smile of surprise. He credited the success to the attitude and determina- tion of the team as well as the preparation by his staff. To say it was all sweet would be erroneous, unjust, and not place proper credit on the attitudes of the players and coaches. The sea- son started at nothing— a 15-15 tie with Northeast Louisiana. Fans could not tell if Troy was a winner or loser because little had been proved to the fans back home on the playing surface in Monroe, Louisiana. But five days later, the season was made. Troy faced talented Liv- ingston University in Montgomery ' s Crampton Bowl— always a classic conference rivalry. Livingston went out in front early by six and Troy battled for its life and accomplished the impossible in the final seconds of the rain-soaked game. Tailback Johnny Grimes, who would later win all-GSC honors, skirted around right end from two yards out for the game tying touchdown with less than two minutes showing. Freshman Steve Williams, whose missed extra points against NE Louisiana were in the back of his mind, booted true and Troy had its first win of the season. In the weeks that followed, Troy ' s offense and defense com- plimented each other. GSC foe Nicholls State was dealt a 42-7 " I would have been the last person to figure us as conference champions before the season started, " Jones said after it was over. " It (the GSC title) was something we wanted, but in our ten games, at least seven teams had superior quantity and quality. Our men didn ' t give up and they should be admired. The GSC title was Troy ' s second in three years of league play. King ' s AP Ail-American status as a first-teamer was a first for the school, as was his being named UPl ' s " National Lineman of the Week " on two occasions during the year. But others played a monumental role. The NAIA also honored safety Tony Myrick, Dennis Anderson, and offensive guard Donnie Jones. All-GSC selections included King, Anderson, Grimes and Culbertson. Jones said youth was the key factor along with ambition, determi- nation and a sense of oneness throughout the squad. The " fuzzy- cheeked youngsters that loved to play, " had done what no one else in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee had figured on— Troy State, the Gulf South Conference 1 973 Football Champions. k _. Mark King receives award from Coach Tom Jones Johnny Grimes in action The defense The Offense I Wes Bizilia Head Basketball Coach Jeff Hogan, Asst. Coach 131 " T A James Brazzell James Cleveland Steve Close . V n Charles Cornelius Bobby Davis David Felix Dennis Followell Mike Herald Carl Hollis Ivey Thigpen h " W Dale Wood X X J Basketball 1974 Another frustrating, disappointing year. The Troy State University Basketball team began the sea- son with high hopes for a winning season. They had many things going for them including a new coach. Freshmen like Carl Hollis and David Felix gave the Trojans a boost. Hollis paced the Trojans this year with his 17.1 points per game average, and 1 1 .0 rebounding norm and a .81 3 free throw average. Felix had a 1 3.8 scoring average. Senior guard Charles Cornelius was a close second to Felix with a 1 2.6 points per game and James Cleveland, a senior forward, was fourth in scoring with 11.7 points per game average. The team finished the season with a 9-16 record. a H 1 MF tfff l llnM r w J vMm r§f jv w 1 r M i v | 133 Baseball A if V " % ■£Mk IS 134 135 - .0 Ed East A Hank Furlow Dell Hughes ■t J » Gary Ippolito Anthony Lazzara Wayne Long Danny Martin Barry Nix Lew Pettaway Wayne Rolling Jeff Vardo Curtis Williams £d JOE HOLLIS Head Baseball Coach 137 Tennis % i lrli|K ! " Kneeling: Lorry Weaver, Mike Watson, Steve Close, Bill Snoddy, Standing: Mike Messer, Mike Dykes, Lane Dykes, Stanley Bent- ley, Charles Close. Stanley Bentley Steve Close Mike Dykes I Charles Close 138 Lane Dykes Mike Messer Bill Snoddy Mike Watson Larry Weaver • •i lyMMlMP ' JIMHI Urn ' • • • 139 MIKE GRIFFIN Head Golf Coach Mike Ha Willi lO ' Jl l_ The Golf Team at Troy State has had an exciting season this year. Ronnie Mobley was named All GSC and will play in the NCAA playoffs in the college division. He is pictured at the left with the trophy the golf team won at the Troy Invitation Tournament. The golf team also took a trip to Scotland to play in a tourna- ment in Edinburgh. m -m T " " " 1 t V! f , i, 4 X » i v Track 144 •N — 145 dmBfaw i LI % 146 z Mb. V,: ! I 147 w Geoff Bedell Tom Klipp Joe O ' Rourke Lorenzo Davis Tim McMullen John Owens George Echols James Nations Gary Pitner x Roy Houltan Charles Oliver Lmdsey Plummer ( Nick Santgngini David Shilling Rick Sullivan Larry Townsend Vines Turk -1 John Anderson Head Track Coach Women ' s Extramurals This year was the first year that women ' s ex- tramurals have been funded at TSU and it has proven very successful. Competition was held in volley ball, basketball, tennis, golf, and track and field with other schools in Alabama, Geor- gia, Florida and Mississippi. Any full time female student at TSU is eligible to try out for women ' s sports. Girls from all areas of academic endea- vors participate. Some of the best basketball players this year were invited to attend nationals in Gallup, New Mexico, but were unable to go because of lack of funds. ISO 151 INTRAMURALS Intramural sports at Troy State University are as exciting as intercollegiate sports. Football competition is the fall quarter intramural sport, basketball during winter quarter and softball action takes place spring quarter. The intra- murals always have a good spectator turn out and are a good way to spend the afternoon. aP ■■IBM I 152 The Tournaments The number of tournaments this year has been amazing. There have been ping-pong tournaments, hand-ball tourna- ments, tennis tournaments, and biggest of all, the pool tourna- ments. With the new game room at Eldridge Hall opening, the pool sharks have come out of the woodwork. There has been a tournament for the entire student body, and one for fraternities and one for sororities. Years ago the idea of playing pool carried all sorts of bad connotations for those who played. Today things are changing and even the ladies are playing. 7 J 9 iiiin» ?•• i 1 1 THE 1 PI SIONAL 156 157 - 1 1 V B§auio iqd B q d iv G 159 !!!l!l!i:i!l!l!l!m Id BUJ§ !S v} d(j 161 J v Phi Mu Alpha •A E y c " 5 a o 1 5 n UJ c P o a o -3 3 o _- o c O 163 AP O Alpha Phi Omega is the world ' s largest ser- vice fraternity. APO was the first fraternity of any kind at Troy State University. APO oper- ates a used book store for students and spon- sors the " Ugliest Man on Campus " contest to raise funds for student scholarships. Jimmy Thrash accepts the award for " Ugliest Man on Campus " from APO member, David Grimes. 164 Delta Sigma Pi . . . means business Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fra- ternity for business majors. This year, Delta Sig raffled off a trip to Disney World. 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Row 1 — Alan Graham, Theta Chi; Pete Kaston, Sigma Pi; Bubba Blair, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Row 2 — Lee Moody, Delta Chi; Jim Tatum, Delta Chi, Jeff Jones, Sweetheart, Delta Chi; Not pictured— Bill Brooks, Pi Kappa Phi; Bill Novick, Lambda Chi Alpha, Tommy Godfrey; Danny Mathews, Delta Chi. Alpha Gamma Delta Big Brothers 196 Kappa Delta Big Brothers Row 1 —Wiley and David Sprayberry, Sweethearts, Pi Kappa Phi; Row 2— Mike Dagostin, Delta Chi, Alan Brislin, Delta Chi; Billy Barrett, Pi Kappa Phi; David Simpson, Tou Kappa Epsilon; Billy Wilson, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Row-Larry Davis, Delta Chi; Mike Maske, Delta Chi; Peter Comer, Phi Kappa Phi; Lewis Harden; Row 2-Lowell Smith, Delta Sigma Pi; Mike Manuel, Delta Chi; Chuck Williams, Sweetheart, Pi Kappa Phi, Edward Speed, Pi Kappa Phi; David Lawrence, Delta Chi. Phi Mu Big Brothers 197 Football Delta Chi Basketball Pi Kappa Phi Softball jl. 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The planning was done by Mrs. Sharon Benton, Palladium Advisor and stage production was handled by Mr. and Mrs. James Mahaffey. Thirty-four contestants worked very hard at three re- hearsals to learn a production number and their own tal- ent routines. The contestants attended a tea given by Mrs. Ralph Adams, the rehearsals and finally an all day pageant. The Pageant was emceed by Mr. Phil Snow from WSFA-TV, Montgomery. Miss TSU 1973, Miss Brenda Thurmond made her farewell appearance. Upon com- pletion of a very long and tiring day of judging, four girls emerged as the winners — three runners- up — and Miss TSU 1974. The Pageant u : " «J . F ' r U Miss Gayle Beasley Second Runner-up Miss Terry Hanna First Runner-up mi 1 i 1 rats k I a OH E) MB oj llfTffl Miss Susan Davidson Third Runner-up 1 Miss Alice Buxton Miss Congeniality JS I 1 »• A k H JD B • The Semi-Finalists The eleven semi-finalists were chosen from a field of thirty-four con- testants. They presented their talent during the pageant to a capacity crowd at Smith Auditorium. The girls also competed in swimsuit and evening gown. For some of these girls, this was the first time they had ever com- peted in a contest of this nature. Each semi-finalist walked on stage with an almost unimaginable case of nerves and excitement. The au- dience was never aware however, because each semi-finalist gave an excellent performance and made the pageant a success. DEBORAH JOYCE HOCUTT . . . Spires, Secretary; French Club; Sigma Tau Delta; Gamma Beta Phi, Secretary; Phi Kappa Phi; Adelphes; Tropolitan Staff, Fea- tures Editor; Band; Opera Work- shop for ' ' The King and I " ; George C. Wallace Scholarship Recipient, 1971-1974; Recipient of Spires Honor Award, 1973; Deans List. Who ' s Who Among Students In American Colleges and Universities RAY LAMAR RHODES . . . Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Alpha Theta; Psi Lambda; French Club; English Club; BSU; George C. Wallace Scholar- ship; Deans List; Help-A-Crisis Hotline; TSU Rhodes Scholar Nominee; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; University House Council- Alabama Academy of Science; Pike County As- sociation For Mental Health; Science Research printed in the Alabama Academy of Science Journal; Chosen to attend the United States Army Science and Humanities Symposium in New York City; Magna Cum Laude. 218 j) i CAROL LYNNE MACNUTT . . . Spires; Advi- sory Council for Business Department; Delta Chi White Carnation Girl; Chi Delphia; Kappa Delta Sorority, Junior and Senior Delegate; Pan- hellenic President. JAMES GARY PADGETT . . . Mathematics Club; BSU; Collegiate Singers; BSU Choir; " TOSCA " . Zn s TERESA ANN RUFF . . . Beta Sigma Biology Club; Dorm House Council; Newman Club; Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, President and Vice-President; TSU Student Nurses Association; Alabama State Nurses Association; Assistant Director of Residence Hall; Theta Chi Fraternity Little Sister. 219 RICHARD ANDREW ALSUP . . . Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Mu Alpha Singonia, Vice-Pres. and Presi- dent; Argonauts; Drum Major for Sound of the South Band; Colle- giate Singers; Madrigal Singers; Concert and Reading Band; TSU Best Supporting Actor Award for Linus in " You ' re A Good Man Charlie Brown " for 1971-72; " The King and I " ; " The Fantas- tiks " ; Opera Orchestra for " Tosca " . EUGENIA GAIL MOODY . . . Spires; Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Beta Lambda, Treasurer; Kappa Delta Pi; Civinettes; SGA Justice Supreme Court; SGA Senator; Argonauts Sweetheart; BSU, BSU Choir; Challenge Life; Alpha Gamma Delta So- rority, President, Vice-Pres., Pledge Trainer; Al- pha Gamma Delta Scholarship Award; Palla- dium Staff; Chi Delphia Sister; Deans List; Receipient of English Speaking Union ' s Summer School Scholarship. 220 ANNABETH NEUENDORF GOODWIN . . . Kappa Delta Pi; Residence Hall unit leader and house council; BSU Choir; Challenge Life; Colle- giate Singers; " Dark of the Moon " ; Assistant Di- rector of Clements Hall; Deans List; Assistant Di- rector of " Oh Dad, Poor Dad . . . " . JAMES CHARLES APLIN . . . Omicron Delta Kappa, President; Kappa Omicron; Alpha Phi Omega, President and Vice-Pres.; SGA Vice-President, 1972-1973; Alumni House Council, Proc- tor and Assistant Director; Student Director of Cowart Hall; Ar- gonauts; Band member; Collegiate Singers; Alpha Delta Pi So- rority Pi Guy; Outstanding Junior Male, 1973. REBECCA BARRETT WILSON Association. . Spires, TSU Student Nurses 221 JUDY ANNETTE HUGGINS . . . Dorm Devotion Leader; BSU; Challenge Life; Chi Alpha; Colle- giate Singers; BSU Choir; Mon- roe County Maid of Cotton; Sec- ond Runner-up in Miss TSU Pageant, 1 973; Homecoming Court Finalist, 1972; Miss Ala- bama Talent Pageant Winner of $250 Scholarship. 222 JANIE KATHRYN DELL . . . Alpha Psi Omega, Vice-Pres.; Playmakers, Vice-Pres.; K-ettes; As- sistant Director at Hamil Hall; Student Director at Pace Hall; Challenge Life; Best Supporting Ac- tress for " Kathrin " in Mother Courage, 1970- 1971; Best Actress for Barbara Allen in " Dark of the Moon, " 1972-1973; Alpha Psi Omega Honary Award, 1972-1973. JOSEPH MILTON KITCHENS . . . Circle K Club, Vice-Pres.; SGA Senator; Alumni Hall House Council and Proctor. GINGER KAY HASSELL . . . Spires, Trea- surer; Beta Sigma Biology Club, Vice- Pres.; BSU; Deans List. MITCHELL CAREY SHIRAH . . . Math Club; Beta Sigma Biology Club; Omicron Delta Kappa; Circle K Club, Secreatry, Vice-Pres., Pres.; SGA Senator; Argonauts; Interdenominational Reli- gious Council; BSU; Alumni Wings Staff; Chal- lenge Life; Recipient of George C. Wallace Leadership Scholarship; Deans List. DAVID ALLEN LAWRENCE . . . Math Club; Dill Hall House Council; Delta Chi Fraternity, Pledge Class President, Rush Chairman, Pledge of the Year Award, 1973; Delta Chi Chapter Scholar Award; George C. Wallace Leadership Scholar- ship; Alpha Delta Pi Big Brother, 1 973; Phi Mu Big Brother, 1974; Pre-College Orien- tation Student Leader. DARLENE RUTH SUMMERS . . . Spires; Student Nurses Associa- tion; Baptist Young Women, Pres- ident; Mission Support Chairman. 224 STEPHEN ROGER KANE . . . Arnold Air So- ciety, President; Phi Alpha Theta, Vice-Pres.; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Psi Lambda; Student National Education Association; Theta Chi Fraternity, Vice-Pres., Pledge Class President, Outstanding Pledge Award; American Legion Academic Award, 1 973; Reserve Officers Associations Academic Award, 1973. LARCE EVELYN HEADLEY . . . Kappa Delta Pi; National Council of Teachers of Mathematics; Math Club; Residence Hall Unit Leader and House Council member; Collegiates Choir; " Dark of the Moon " ; " The Music Man. " SUSAN FAYE DENNIS . . . Gamma Beta Phi; Biology Club, Vice- Pres.; Alabama Academy of Science; Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Beta Sigma Biological Science Most Outstanding Member, 1972. PRINCE PATTON . . . Omicron Kappa Delta; Beta Sigma Biology Club, Vice-Pres. and President.; SGA Supreme Court Justice; SGA Senator; Argonauts; BSU; Sigma Pi Fraternity, Secretary, Pledge Trainer; Challenge Life; Phi Mu Sorority Big Brother, 1 970-1 971 . 225 GREGORY PHILLIP MEYER . . . Gamma Beta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Tau Delta; Circle K Club, Secretary and President; SGA Senator; Tropolitan Staff and Editor. BARBARA ANN MOSS . . . Spires; Kappa Delta Pi, Treasurer; Circle K Club; Psi Lambda. T » r NANCY CAROL BLACKMON . . . Spires, Vice-Pres.; TSU Student Nurses Organization, Secretary; Gamma Beta Phi; Ingalls Award Committee; Residence Hall Unit Leader and Judicial Board; Assistant Director at Clements Hall; Deans List; National and State Student Nurses Association. 226 DOUGLAS MICHAEL McGILL Phi Fraternity. . Phi Alpha Theta; Pi Kappa JOHN REVEL CROOK . . . Gamma Beta Phi; Sigma Tau Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity; Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-Pres.; TSU Religious Council; BSU and Wesley Foun- dations; Sigma Pi Fraternity, Secretary; Tropolitan Staff; Epos Voices Staff; Collegiate Singers; Pre-College Orientation Student Leader; " Streetcar Named Desire " ; " Dark of the Moon " ; " The Im- portance of Being Ernest " ; TSU Best Supporting Actor, 1972- 1973. 227 VEE EVELYN CARLTON . . . HPER Club; Spires; Gamma Beta Phi, Vice-Pres.; Phi Alpha Theta; Kappa Delta Phi; Adelphes; Deans List; Assistant Director at Pace Hall; Gamma Beta Phi Tutor Program. DEBORAH KATHY McNEAL . . . Adelphes; Spires; Beta Sigma Biology Club; TSU Student Nurses Association; Alabama Association of Nursing; National Student Nurses Assoc.; Hamil Hall unit leader; George C. Wallace Valedicto- rian and Leadership Scholarship; State Nursing Scholarship. 228 «7 - JOHN ARTHUR BARBER . . . Gamma Beta Phi, Pres.; Sigma Tau Delta, Pres.; Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity, Pres. and Pledge Class Pres.; Alumni Hall House Judiciary Board; Argonauts; BSU; Alpha Gamma Delta Big Brother; Kappa Delta Big Brother; Challenge Life; Alumni Wings Newspaper Typist and Editor; English Club; In- structor at Alabama Special Olympics; Alumni Hall Office Assistant; Chairman, Gamma Beta Phi Elementary Education Tutoring Service. wv »i vn:v LARRY ROY FREE . . . Omicron Delta Kappa; TSU Student Nurses Association, Pres.; SGA President; SGA Senator; Student Member on Board of Trustees, 1973-1974; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres. and Secretary. A Not Pictured: ELVIRA LOUISE REYNOLDS . . . Spires, TSU Student Nurses Association; Gamma Beta Phi; Alabama State Nurses Association. Not Pictured: DARLEANE McCORD . . . Spires; SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi; Pace Hall, Vice-Pres.; Deans List; George C. Wallace Scholarship. Not Pictured: WAYNE KINNAIRD MAY . . . Omicron Delta Kappa; SGA Senator; Association of Childhood Education; Alumni Hall House Council, Vice-Pres.; Argonauts; Christian Coordinating Council; BSU; Challenge Life, Vice-Pres.; Delta Chi Frater- nity, Pledge Class President; Band, Color Guard; Deans List; Alumni Hall Proctor and Assistant Director; Alpha Gamma Delta Big Brother, 1971-1972, Alpha Gamma Delta Sweet- heart, 1972-1973. GARY LEE STOGNER . . . Journalism Honorary at TSU; National Sportswriters Sports Casters Association; NAIA Sports Informa- tion Directors Ass ociation; Alabama Sportswriters Association; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tropolitan Staff, Sports Editor, Associate Editor and Editor. NAIA District 27 Publicity Director; Who ' s Who Among American College Leaders, 1972. 230 JUST US 231 There are some of us who are always in the limelight and then there are the rest of us who are just us. We go to class, participate in extracurricular activities and for the most part are Troy State University. This is a tribute to us, just us. | ,. " Everyday People The world is not yet finished but is understood as engaged in history. It is therefore the world of possibilities, the world in which we can serve the future, promised truth and righteousness and peace. This is an age of diaspora, of sowing in hope, of self-surrender and sacrifice, of it is an age which stands within the horizon of a new future Jurgen Moltmann Wf iB The World and I have seen each other . . . uM ■ I 4tiit-.ii i.a I » . . 9UII»; 5 • » lO " 1 ■ 1 i • -4 ■i--- - II ■pTr rr ■ |kj3| And we are in Love. - Dorm Life Off Campus Living The Married Life There is much to be said for living off-campus, espe- cially if you ' re married. Most married students lead a quiet, simple life because they can ' t afford any other lifestyle. It is an endless stream of television, study, friends and in-laws. ' T The Game Room •• 244 This year the university opened a game room at Eldridge Hall. The game room contains pool tables, foosball machines and soccer tables is opened to all students at the university. When the new university center is opened in January, the equipment will be moved to the center ' s recreational room. This year the facility has sponsored pool tournaments for the Greeks and independents and has been something to do be- sides watch television. 245 M We all have to take chances in life And mankind would be vastly poorer if it had not been for men who were willing to take risks against the longest odds. Even if it could be done, we would be foolish to try to stamp out this willingness in man to buck seemingly hopeless odds. Our problem is how to remain properly venturesome and experimental without making fools of ourselves. The true speculator is one who observes the future and acts before it occurs. Bernard Ba ruch 248 Man is in the process of fashioning himself. He still gropes to understand his goals and is well aware that their accomplishment lies in the remote future. Yet he is also aware that the tempo has increased, that the Utopias of today are the commonplaces of tomorrow. Man today finds that he is autocreative. A radically new age is coming- new in every dimension. fjj " S Karl Rahner " -V i j 253 Although liberty is dangerous . . It is still the safest thing we have 255 faces of expectation and hope 256 Every person must have a concern for self, and feel a responsibility to discover his mission in life. God has given each normal person a capacity to achieve some end. True, some are endowed with more talent than others, but God has left none of us talentless. Potential powers of creativity are within us, and we have the duty to work assiduously to discover these powers. Martin Luther King I ' r Ink; ?2 If personality is an unbroken series of successful gestures, then there was something gor geous about him, some heightened sensitivity to the promises of life, as if he were related to one of those intricate machines that register earthquakes ten thousand miles away. It was an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic readiness such as I have never found in any other person and which it is not likely I shall ever find again. F. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby 260 To what does the whole business tend? Why, how in heaven ' s name should I know? We can be but content to note that all goes forward, toward something. We are components of an unfinished world. We are being made into something quite unpredictable. And through the purging and the smelting, we are sustained by an instinctive knowledge that we are being made into something better. James Branch Cabel 263 We must take man as essentially a wishing, desiring being who, in this exalted sense, must at all costs be in contact with his own wishes. Where there is no wishing there can be no hope. THE m TALENT 266 i : , ' ■ ' ■. 267 268 Patti Mitchell Patti Mitchell has performed in many of the TSU Opera Workshop and Playmaker productions. She appeared in " You ' re a Good Man, Charlie Brown " , Spring 1 972; " The King and I " , Winter 1973; and " Tosca " Spring, 1973. Patti will probably be most remembered for her role as Anna in " The King and I " . Patti was slated to play the lead female role in the Summer 1973 production of " The Music Man " , but was in- volved in an automobile accident just three days before the play opened and was unable to perform. Patti Mitchell has delighted audiences at Troy State for more than three years. This is a salute to her as one of the talented people at Troy State University. 269 Donna Reynolds There are very few students on the Troy State Campus who have not heard the voice of Donna Reynolds at some time or another. She performed for the Miss Venus Pageant and has performed for the Miss TSU Pageant. She also is an honorary member of the Sound of the South. Her love of Troy State is a well known fact and she represents the university well with a dynamic personality and talent. 270 l 271 I ' . M s$L . ' « C " , w jn- y %ti ■ Jim Bell ' iW SI m The Pied Pipers The Pied Pipers of Troy State have entertained and de- lighted thousands of elementary school children across the state. The Pied Pipers pantomime fairy tales for the children and pantomime animal characters as part of their performance. Doug Nelson serves as the Pied Piper for the group. This troupe is one of the goodwill ambassadors for the University and they do a magnificent job wherever they perform. 274 275 Mark King Associated Press 1st Team Ail-American w Charles NAIA All-American 278 I left yesterday behind me never to look back on what was there. To live today for what is here. I hold no regret in going this way for I know this is your path. I will not go back for this new way is filled with never ending joy. Joy that is shared with you. I ' ve found a peace of mind that has never been there. Knowing that you placed it there. I know a love that there is enough for me to give to everyone and I know this is something you have taught me. So I have no regret of leaving yesterday for today is spent in growing in my love for you. I can ' t see you but I know you are here. I can ' t touch you with my hand yet I can feel you with me. I can ' t hear you speaking out loud but I can hear you talking to me. I can ' t tell you anything I know that you don ' t already know. I can ' t say anything that you haven ' t heard before. But with all these things dear Lord, there is only one thing I can do and that is to love you. Karla Ptomey, Poet I will not be for others what I am not for myself In life you must be what you want and not be as others for our world would be filled with copies of nothing. Karla ' s poems printed here are dedicated to the Baptist Student Union 279 Doug Nelson Doug Nelson has been active in many of the theater pro- ductions at Troy State. He appeared in " Tango " , " Dark of the Moon " , " The Media " , " The Importance of Being Er- nest " , and " Oh, Dad, Poor Dad " . He has also been the head of the Pied Piper production group this year which has delighted many children all over the state. Doug is truly a versatile actor and one of the talented people. 281 ' .-a: GRADUATE 283 Abell, William K. Troy Adair, Deborah S Goshen Adams, Cheryl Greenville 284 Adams, James Montgomery Addy, Henry C. Pensacola, Fla. Aldridge, Larry W. Birmingham Allen, Jo Ann Andalusia Allen, Timothy L. Grove Hill Aman, Gregory S. Newton . , Amnions, Rosemary P. Ft. Rucker Anderson, Deborah Russelville Anderson, Dennis C. Deland, Fla. Anderson, Laura P. Troy Aplin, Charles Crestview, Fla. Armstrong, Deborah Columbia Armstrong, Robert Abbeville Amette, Patricia Montgomery Ash, Stephanie Dothan Askew, Tannie Panama City, Fla. Austin, Frank B. Hartford Ayala, Alberto Andalusia ft . Baker, Deborah Andalusia Barber, John A. Montgomery Bomes, Benny Ray Dofhan Barnes, Jimmie Dale Shorterville Barras, Barbara S. Troy Barrett, Twila Midland City Bassett, Carol Jean Troy Baxley, James R. Troy Bayles, Roger Monroeville Bazemore, Nan Hurtsboro Beasley, Jennie M Clayton Belcher, Nancy C. Abbeville Bell, Bonnie Brundidge Bell, James A. Troy Bell, John Newville Bell, Ted W. Newville Bennett, Durinda M. Samson Bentley, Stanley L. Troy Bemardi, Anthony Montgomery Billingham, Robert Florence Birge, Deborah Florence Blackmon, Nancy C. Bay Minette Blake, Julius O. Troy Blair, Deborah M. Troy Blakely, Phillip J. Dothan Blalock, Sharon Abbeville Bland, Sharon L. Mobile Bland, Debra Lee, Fla. Blankenship, Marilyn Montgomery Boman, Mary C. Montgomery Bostic, Betty A. Brewton Bowman, Deborah J. Enterprise Bowron, Rhonda K. Enterprise Box, John W. Slocomb Boyd, James R. Opp Bradford, Jackie Abbeville Brodshaw, George Dothan Bradshaw, Priscilla Cottonwood Brannon, Debbie Hartford Brannon, Freida C. Samson Brantley, Terry E. Troy Brazzell, James Florala fotfmtk Bridges, Jennifer Ozark Brislin, Allen L. Montgomery Brooks, Cathy Troy Brooks, Shirley Lanett Broughton, Thomas Bay Minette Browder, Kitty Montgomery Browder, Margaret Prartville 285 Browder, Temple McKenzie Brown, Jefferson L. Montgomery Browning, Martha Troy Buckelew, George L. Troy Buff, Larry Gadsden Burks, Betty W. Troy Burks, Carolyn Troy A i«; Burkett, Steve Pine Apple Butler, Joseph L. Brantley Buzluk, John R. Ozark Byrd, Mixson Tuscaloosa Campbell, Dorothy Troy Campbell, Gene M. Brantley Campbell, Linda M. Troy Capshaw, Marcia Brundidge Canning, Daniel W. Wewahitchka, Fla. Cantey, Shirley Mathews Cantlow, Linda Luverne Carlisle, Mary A. Troy Carlton, Vee Titus Carroll, Maxwell Crestview, Fla. Casey, Charla Daleville Cashwell, Susan L. Hurtsboro Cason, Thomas D Crestview, Fla. Cassady, Patsy Andalusia Cauley, William E. Selma Chandler, Julia F. Shady Grove Cherry, Kenneth Andalusia Cheshire, Thomas L. Chancellor Coley, Nancy Childs, Jo Atmore Hartford Colley, William H. Clark, Jerry Troy Kinston Collins, Gene Clark, Patricia Mobile Elba Collins, William Close, Stephen Cambridge, Md. W. Palm Beach, Colquett, Beverly Fla. Beatrice Cobb, Guy Conner, Elizabeth Andalusia Troy Cole, Sheryl D. Connor, James L. Phenix City Goshen Cook, Pamela Covington, Andrea Andalusia Lockhart Cook, Ronald Cowen, Joseph Enterprise Brewton Cooper, Ronald E Cowles, Thomas Clayton Grady Corbin, Max Crawford, Frances E Dothan Dothan Corbitt, Wendell C. Crawley, Joyce H. Eufaula Brundidge Cornelius, Charles Crews, J.C. Guntersville Troy Cosby, Dennis E. Crews, Paula V. Ashford Troy WM 7771 mm 777 js | TH 4 UJJ 287 Crook, John Revel Evergreen . Crosby, Faye E. Dothan Crosby, Larry R. Troy Crum, Linda Florala Culbertson, Michael Milledgeville, Ga. Curtis, Sharon S. Enterprise Cushrnan, Thomas J. Troy ?88 Dailey, Sandra Selma Daniels, Janet L. Elba Daniels, Jimmie Elba Daughtry, Jo Ann Geneva Davis, Elizabeth Columbus, Ga. Davis, Mary E. Atmore Davis, Rufus A. Dothan . «r a Day, Ruby D. Florala DeBellis, Susan Greenville Dees, Linda Kaye Ozark Dees, Robert Greenville Dell, Janie Dothan Deptuch, Donna G. RonKon Koma, N.Y. Deraney, Richard M. Barnesville, Ga. Dorminey, Donn C. Jemison Dow, James J. Abbeville Drevins, Arthur Ontario, Canada Dunkin, James E. Selma Dunn, Lou Ellen Troy Dunn, Rebecca Eufaula Duncan, Kenneth W. Moultrie, Ga. ■ , . . ..•;_• . . ;;» ' r;-. Early, Ellis S. Samson Eastman, H. Ann Montgomery Echols, George D. Auburn Edwards, Robert M. Troy Eiland, Charles E. Troy Ellis, Charles D. Selma Ellis, Everett, III Prattville Espy, Carl David Troy Espy, Darby Abbeville Everitt, Richard S. Vernon, Fla. Evers, Carmel E. Troy Ezell, Mickey D. Eufaula Faircloth, Thomas G Louisville Faison, Nancy Enterprise fM Farish, Willie Ed Repton Farrar, Joe West Blockton Faulk, Billie C. Greenville Faulk, Cletus Ray Newton Faulk, Henry L. Cairo, Ga. Ferguson, Alonzo Montgomery Fillingim, Beverly Jack Finlay, John D. Troy Fleming, Elizabeth Bnjndidge Flowers, Donnie Troy Flowers, Jane Ozark Flowers, Joe F. Bnjndidge Flowers, Vivian Bnjndidge Floyd, Jeannie C. Troy Floyd, Roy Troy Folsom, John L. Flomaton Folsom, Young Dothan r Ford, Sylvia Uniontown Foreman, Lorraine W. Palm Beach, Fla. Foreman, Robert C. W. Palm Beach, Fla. Foster, Benita E. Orlando, Fla. Foster, Louise Greenville Free, Larry Luverne Freeman, Pamela M. Troy Fulton, Fred F. Enterprise Gaines, Brenda K. Andalusia Gamble, David W. Troy V- Mi Gandy, Marcio Gail Montgomery Gardner, Gordon Union Springs Garrett, Coleman F. Ozark Garrett, Reba B. Troy Gaylard, Thomas R. Troy Gibbons, Marilyn L. Pinckard Gibson, Vickie Union Grove Giles, Jack Huntsville Gilley, Sara Alice Wicksburg Gilley, Saundra Sneads, Fla. Gilmore, James G. McKenzie Gilmore, Stephen Samson Gish, Anthony Montgomery Gissendauner, Betty Midland City Givens, Nancy Dothan Godfrey, Thomas E. Montgomery Goodwin, Adel Dothan Goodwin, Annabeth Luverne Gorman, Leonard L. Troy Graham, Barbara G. Troy Graham, William L. Montgomery Granberry, Franklin Headland 290 Granger, Gary Lanett Green, Cheryl C. Troy Green, Dannie W. Greenville Green, Jane Clayton Green, Kathryn D. Troy Greene, Allen W. Clayton Griffin, Jacqueline Elba V ■ Griggs, David Headland Griggs, Otis Andalusia Grimes, Johnny Opp Grubbs, Mike Montgomery Grubbs, Ruby Eufaula Gulsby, Roger D Uriah Hoisting, Jeff Troy Halbert, Roland Troy Hall, Anita K. Mananna, Fla. Hall, David W. Shalimar, Fla. Hall, Jeanette L. Owassa Hall, Joan Ash ford Hall, Patricia Brantley Hamiter, James E. Evergreen Harden, Lewis E. Phenix City Harden, Olan Pensacola, Fla. Harlow, John Lakeland, Fla. Harper, Susan Montgomery Harrell, Marianne Montgomery Hart, William Evergreen Horvin, Debbie Enterprise Hassell, Ginger Andalusia Hatcher, Jimmy Slocomb Hawkins, James Greer, S.C. Haynes, Jeannie Enterprise Head, Bobby W. Troy Head, Cynthia Montgomery Headley, Larce E. Frisco City :v ' . Hedstrom, David A Dothan Helms, Mildred L. Louisville Helms, Susan Dothan Helms, Thomas W. Geneva Helms, William L. Slocomb Henderson, Jeanett Troy Hendrix, Pat ricia Enterprise Henley, William Marietta, Go. Hicks, Dewey Andalusia Hicks, Joan Ashford Higdon, Arthur Repton Hill, Brenda Brewton Hillman, Curtis L. Dothan f Hocutt, Deborah Elba Hodges, James A. Dothan Hoff, Frederick Prattville Hogan, John M. Troy Holladay, Nancy Rutledge Holley, Kathy Enterprise f . I 7 Holley, Suzanne A. Dothan Hollis, Margaret Brantley Hornsby, Randall G. New Brockton House, Charles G. Uriah Howard, Maxwell Arab Howard, Rebecca D. Fairhope Hudman, James Wetumpko Huggms, Judy Monroeville Hurley, James C. Troy Hutto, Elizabeth Shorterville James, Alan Montgomery James, Anne Scott Troy James, Joseph Enterprise Jeffcoat, David E. Opp Jeffrey, Donnie Skipperville Jehle Edward J. Montgomery Jenison, Candace Ozark Jernigan, Kathryn Dothan Johnson, Betty Enterprise Johnson, David ■ Geneva Johnson, Everett P. Montgomery 291 Johnson, James F. Deltona, Fla. Johnson, Lena P. Troy Johnson, Melvin McComb, Miss. Johnson, Rheann R. Grady Johnson, Rodney Skipperville Johnson, Susanne Franklin Jones, Bina Newville Jones, Carole S. Ft. Walton, Fla. Jones, Donald M. West Blocton Jones, Gary Florala Jones, Getta S Enterprise Jones, Harold J Troy » Jones, Loretta Kinston Jones, Richard Andalusia Jones, Ronnie G. Troy Jordan, Carol J. Andalusia Jordan, Henry Samson Keodle, David Thomasville ■»■ t J Kelley, Angelia Opp Kelley, Catherine Clanton Kelley, Ronnie Enterprise Kelly, Joseph C. Flomaton Kennedy, Martha Port St. Joe, Fla. Key, William Troy Kidd, Belinda G. Elba Kilgrease, Faye Brantley Kimbro, Richard L. Dozier King, Nell D. Troy ■ - . King, Theodore C. Stapleton Kirkland, Willie Dothsn Kitchens, Joseph Roanoke Knight, Patricia Prattville Knighton, Carruth Blakley, Ga. Knotts, Vivian P. Troy Kornegay, Robert Ashford Kovac, Charles T. Indialantic, Fla. Kyser, Leverne J. Prichard Laney, Dorothy Helms Brundidge f lis, Lang, John W. Brewton Lanier, James Lafayette, Ga. Lapp, Larry A. Ozark Lothem, Carl D. Dothan Law, Dennis Montgomery S Lecroix, Sandra L. Athens Ledbetter, Ruth D. Clayton Lee, Bonnie Goshen Lee, Cathy D. Andalusia Liddell, Diane Camden Lindsey, Benny Dothan Lisenby, Clarence Montgomery Littlefield, Henry Dothan Logan, James E. Montgomery Long, Johnny Cottonwood Long, Mark R. Selma Lott, Mary T. Brundidge Love, Brenda Cottonwood Loveless, Charlotte Birmingham Lovett, Brenda M. Troy s r Luetkemeyer, Mark Dothan Lunsford, Jo Anne New Brockton Lunsford, Timothy Selma Lynn, Gwendolyn Troy Lynn, John D. Fulton Lynn, Keith Troy y Macnutt, Carol Largo, Flo. Maddox, Donnie H. Troy Magee, Sheryll Kansas City, Mo. Mallory, Norma J. Elba Manning, Elayne J. Enterprise Manning, James A. Troy Manning, Retta Ozark Manry, Danny Edison, Ga. Mansfield, Donald Albany, Ga. Marrs, William C. Montgomery Massler, Henry J. Ozark Masters, David L. Headland I HJP J Maihis, Cecelia t. Ozark May, Wayne Greensboro McArdle, Sarah Brantley McCord, Darleane Prattville McCorkle, Deborah Ash ford McDurmont, Bennie Tallassee McGill, Cynthia Dothan McGill, Douglas M. Alexander City Meyer, Gregory Dothan Middleton, Melvin Monroeville Milam, Angela Opelika Miller, Kirk Selma Mills, Damon Union Springs Milner, Martha Elba Milton, Judy C. Greenville Mitcham, Dianne Montgomery Mitchell, Elton D. Brantley Mitchell, Karie P. Geneva Mitchell, Patricia Crestview, Fla. Mix:o:., 7.„ger Enterprise Mizell, Rita H Ozark Moody, Gail Selma Morgan, Deborah New Brockton Morgan, Mary Kay Greenville ■ Morris, Jessie Donaldsville Ga. Moss, Barbara Ash ford Mothershed, Jimmy Bay Minette Murdock, Elizabeth Enterprise Myrick, Nan H. Troy Napier, Merle Lapine Neese, Mary B. Montgomery Neese, Shirley Enterprise Nestor, LaDonna Montgomery Nix, Barry Mobile Noble, Delia Troy Nolen, Sylvia Opp Norrell, Donald Montgomery Norris, Larry Frisco City « •- Norris, Michael Montgomery Norris, Reford Greenville Northington, Edward Troy Nowell, Gloria Cottonwood Oakley, Marion Columbia Owens, Bobby Goshen Owens, Joan H. Troy Owens, Myrtle Elba Owens, Ronald H. Troy Owens, Sabra L. Chipley, Fla. Parducci, Janice J. Montgomery Parker, Phillip Troy Poseur, Don W. New Hope Patmon, Mary Troy Patterson, Lewanna Wewahitchka, Fla. Patton, Prince Geneva Paulk, Kathryn Enterprise Payne, Dan Ozark Penland, Raymond Opelika Pennock, Walter R. Troy Perrim, Marianne Rockledge, Fla. Petrey, George F. Dothan Pfleider, Richard Troy Philips, Russell Eufaula Pinkard, Betty Troy Pissonos, Nick Birmingham Pogue, James W. Prattville Polizos, Dimitrios Montgomery ' Pope, James Andalusia Porter, Jay Enterprise Porter, Lonnie Selma Pouncey, James Enterprise Powell, Brenda Gadsden Pratt, John H. Troy Presley, Gillie Enterprise Prestwood, Crystell Red Level Pritchitt, Vicki Union Springs Puccio, Mary A. Clio I Raffalovich, Victor Troy Rains, Burnice Troy Randall, Carolyn Dothan Ratcliffe, Thomas Camden Ray, Donna Dothan A Redick, Catherine Montgomery Reid, Charles L. Luverne Reynolds, Gregory Hurtsboro Reynolds, H.H. Ill Troy Riley, Martha Bonifay, Fla. , Robinson, James Troy Rockwell, James Troy Rodgers, Janie Brundridge Rogers, Randy Luverne Rolling, Joseph Petrey Hfrv. A Romary, Thomas Sylacauga Rowe, Gregory Montgomery Rowell, Steve Frisco City Ruf, Teresa Enterprise Russ, Janet Vernon, Fla. ■RH B Ryals, Dennis Enterprise Soger, Dianne Dothan Sanders, Jimmy Goshen Sanford, Dee Troy Saucer, William T. Greenville Saunders, Susan Troy Scarsbrook, Phillip Troy Scates, Lester E. Enterprise Schiller, Robert Wooddale, I Scott, Cheryl Banks 296 • --i. v .- . Scroggins, David Union Springs Scroggins, William Clayton Scroggins, Yvonne Eufaula Searles, Susan Cantonment, Fla. Seay, Mary Segrest, Elinor Slocumb Sellers, Mary H. Geneva Sellers, Sherry Troy Sharpe, Debra Andalusia Sharpless, Robert Troy Shaver, Laurice J. Troy Shaw, Walter A. Union Springs Sheffield, Jimmy W. Coy Shepherd, Evelyn Montgomery Shirah, Mitchell Clio :::::::■• h- Siclori, Patsy Jack Simmon, Jerry Georgiana Sims, James M. Troy Sims, Oscar Jr. Goshen Skipper, John Dothan Skipper, Louis A. Newton Slappey, Jan Sue Phenix City Smiley, Kenneth L. Corona, NY Smith, Arthur D. Elba Smith, John R. Newton Smith, Lloyd J Opp Smith, Lowell Opp Smith, Paul Norris Montgomery Solomon, Thomas B. Heodland Snowden, Thomas Greenville ' ) Sorrells, Bonita Perry Ga. Speigner, Rickey Enterprise Spivey, Richard Troy Sprayberry, Robert Troy Stanley, Daniel Opp MM ►N Stark, Mavis A. Alexander City Stewart, Dianne Geneva Stogner, Gary L. Troy Stokes, Margaret Troy Story, Thomas Troy Stuckey, James R. Troy Suggs, Barbara Andalusia Sullivan, Thomas Hartford Summers, Darlene Montgomery Synco, Thomas R. Troy Tatum, Deborah E. Montgomery Teague, Sandra K. Centre Tew, Donald Ray Dothan Tharin, Kathleen Ozark Thomassen, Joseph Bay Minette Thompson, Ada Sue Greenville Thompson, Marilyn Troy Thompson, Mary F. Daviston Thompson, Pamela Goshen Thompson, Tim Tuskegee Thrash, James K. Montgomery Thrower, Anthony R. Lanett Till, Barbara B. Montgomery Tillman, Emily McKenzie Tindell, Sheila R. Ft. Walton, Fla. Tindell, Sylvia J. Ashford Tidwell, Sharon Valdosta, Ga. Tolar, Elaine Dothan ■M Tomlin, Robert L. Luverne Toole, Donald Defuniak, Springs Florida Toole, John W. Eufaula Traylor, Margaret Montgomery Traywick, Len Clanton Treadaway, Margaret Enterprise Tucker, Her D. Panama City, Fla. Tucker, Richard Greensboro -. Turner, Robert Selma Waddail, Becky Phenix City Waldrop, Michael A. Sylacarga Walker, Debra Brantley A 4 Walker, Ronald Troy Waller, Jack Troy Walls, Dorsey Riverdale, Go. Walton, Phyllis Ft. Rucker Wambles, Kathy T. Elba Ward, Eddie Selma Ward, Jerry Lynn Wewahitchka, Fla. Watson, Teresa Jane Georgianna Weathers, Robert T. Birmingham Weaver, John A Troy Weibelt, Auhrey Troy Welch, George Troy Welch, George W. Enterprise Wells, Chris Pensacola. Fla West, Beverly Cottonwood Whaley, Janet Troy Whatley, Joseph W. Dothan Whigham, James S. Troy White, Carl C. Ozark White, Daniel Troy White, Emmett Prattville White, Sherry A. Blakely, Go. Whitehead, Karen Eufaula Wiggins, Donald W. Troy Wilkerson, Hope Luverne Wilkerson, Karen Petrey Wilkes, James A. Troy Wilkinson, Donno L. Ft. Rucker " T Williams, Dennis Dothan Williams, George Ozark Williams, Herbert Phenix City Wilson, Jan C. Enterprise Wilson, Rebecca Montgomery 300 Wilson, Richard Newton Wolff, Donna J. Fairhope Wood, John M. Kmston Wood, Robert Crestview, Flo. Woods, Joyce Montgomery 7 Wright, James Phenix City Wynn, Richard H. Troy Wyborny, Charles Jack Yohn, Larry W. Troy Ziegler, David Fairhope And still I ask— ? Why: 302 mmm. rv - - THE OTHE 303 The Underclassmen Abbott, Elizabeth 2 Abrams, Florence 1 Adams, Becky Jane 2 Adams, Charles W. 1 304 Adams, Charlotte 2 Adams, Judy Dianne 1 Adkins, Charles 1 Adkins, Harry 3 Adkinson, Diana 2 Agee, Deborah 3 Agee, Michael 3 Aiello, Carol 5 Alams, Harry 2 Albercrombie, Glenda 2 Alford, John 1 Alford, Kenneth 2 Alford, Rhonda 3 Allen, Debbie 1 Allen, Joe Bob 2 Allen, Reta 3 Alsup, Richard 3 Ambrose, Alyson 2 Amesbury, Kathryn 3 Anderson, George 1 Anderson, Bill Joe 3 Anderson, Florence 1 Andress, Dawn 2 Andrews, Michael Antley, Janet Aplin, Debra 1 Aplin, Greg 2 Aplin, Fred 1 Argo, Lee 1 Arinda, Nancy 5 Armstrong, Debe 3 Armstrong, Luther 3 Barker, Dennis 2 Barker, Joe 3 Barker, Jumelle 3 Barkett, Anice 1 Barley, Ann 3 Barnard, Butch 3 Barnett, Marilyn 3 Barnes, Becky 1 Barnes, Doyle 1 Barnes, Gloria 3 Barnes, John 3 Barney, Pamela 2 Barr, Brenda S. 2 Barr, Carol 1 Barrentine, Eddie 3 Barrett, Debra 2 Barrett, William 2 Barrington, Shirley 2 Barron, Belinda 1 Barrow, Dorothy 1 Barrow, Robert 1 Bartlett, Jane 1 Barton, Richard 2 Bass, Dinah 3 ■« ' •. Mb Bass, Gary 3 Basser, Larry 1 Bassett, James 2 Bassett, Phillip 3 Bastien, Susan 3 Batchelor, Mary 1 Bates, Beverly 3 Bates, Jane 2 Bates, Karen 3 Baulch, John 1 Baxter, James 2 Baxley, Russell 1 Bayles, Carl 3 Bazzell, Anita 2 Beam, Ellen 2 Beam, Vicki 1 Bean, Peggy 3 Beasley, Annette 1 Beasley, Marilyn 1 Beasley, William 3 Beauchamp, Aimee 1 Beck, Grace 3 Bedell, Geoff 2 Bedsole, Dan 3 Bedsole, James 2 Belcher, Harold 3 Belcher, John 1 Bell, Donna 1 Benefield, Marsha 1 Bennett, Ann 1 Bennett, Gary 3 Benton, Debora 1 Benton, Helen 2 Benton, Kaye 3 Bernard, Helen 3 Berry, Russell 2 Bess, Mike 1 Beftin, Freddy 1 Beville, Dawn 1 Bigger, Patricia 2 Billingham, Vivian 2 Birchfield, Martha 2 Bittner, Robert t Black, Curtis 5 Black, Julionne 3 Black, Wallace 3 Blackmon, Barbara 1 Blackmon, Dannie 3 • Blackmon, Kenneth 1 Blair, Bubba 2 Blalock, Pete 2 Blonkenship, Harold 1 Blevms, Debbie 1 Blevins, Toni 3 Blue, Susan 1 Bodenhamer, George 2 Boghich, Mark 3 Bolack, Jamie 1 Bolt, Wanda 3 Bonds, Michael 2 Bondurant, Jean 2 Boothe, Pamela 3 Borland, Freddy 2 Borst, Randy 1 Boshell, Thomas 3 Bostwick, Kenneth 1 Boswell, James I Borts, Kenneth 3 Bowden, Locke D. 2 Bowen, Edward 2 Bowen, Peggy 3 Bowles, Rebecca 2 Boyd, Delores 2 Boyd, Vinston I Boykin, Cathy 1 Boysen, John 1 Bozeman, Katie 3 Bozone, Cornelia 2 Brackin, Debbie 3 Brackin, Karen 1 Bradley, Deborah 3 Bradsher, Debbie 3 Bradsher, Jim 1 308 Bragg, Ralph 1 Brand, Randall 2 Brannon, Al 1 Brannon, Mary Jane 1 Brannon, Steve 1 Brantley, Annibel 3 Brantley, Catherine 1 Branum, William 2 Brawner, William 1 Breland, Edwin 1 Brewer, Connie 1 Brewer, David 1 Brewer, Joseph 2 Brewton, Nancy 1 Bridges, Beth 1 Britt, Larry 2 Brogden, Kathy 3 Brooks, Bruce 2 Brooks, Donald 3 Brooks, Russell 2 Brooks, William 3 Brookshire, Karen 1 Brovillette, George 2 Browder, Cynthia 3 Browder, George Brown, Aaron 3 Brown, Anne 1 Brown, Axie 3 Brown, Herbert 3 Brown, Priscilla 1 Browning Dewayne 3 Browning, Ronald 1 Bruce, James 1 Bryan, Donna 2 Brzuska, Donna 2 Brzuska, Garry 3 Buck, Brenda 3 Buckley, Jan 1 Bull, Cathy 1 Bundnck, Linda 3 Bunkley, Richard 1 Buntin, Donnie 2 Buntin, Thomas 2 Bruch, Becky Jane 2 Burdick, Terry 1 Burgess, Robert 1 Burks, Debra 3 Burnette, Emmett 1 Bush, Andrea 1 Bush, Cary 1 Bush, Donna 2 Bushy, Gary 1 Bussey, Elizabeth 1 Butler, Susan 1 Butler, William 1 U " i ' Butts, Marcia 2 Buxton, Alice 2 Buxton, Ray 2 Byrd, Billie 3 Byrd, Daniel 2 Byrd, Debra 1 Byrd, Gene 3 Byrd, Karon 1 Byrd, Tereso 2 Byrd, William 1 Byrd, William 1 Caddy, Steve 2 Cogle, Donald 3 Cain, Meay 3 Cain, Nancy 2 ft • Caldwell, Robin I Calhoun, Kenneth 1 Callen, James 2 Camp, Carmen 1 Capps, Mike 1 Carden, Jerry 3 Carlisle, Barbara 2 Carlisle, Lynn 2 i Carlton, Horace 3 Carmichael, Joe 1 Carnes, Phyllis 3 Carpenter, Linda 3 Carrera, Marie 5 Carroll, Carlo 3 Carroll, Debra 2 Carswell, Gary 1 Carter, Brant 1 Carter, John 1 Carver, Gloria 2 Casey, Raclle 2 Cash, Pam 2 Castle, Cathy 1 Castleberry, Chris 1 Caudle, Callie 1 309 Calloway, Laura 1 Campbell, Betty J. 2 Campbell, Elizabeth 1 Campbell, Kenneth 2 Campbell, Marilyn 3 Campbell, Robert 2 Canfield, Karen 1 Canfield, Michael 1 Chatham, Linda 1 Chelette, Gerald 1 Cherry, Carlos 3 Chesser, Kothy 3 Chesteen, James 2 Chester, Gloria 2 Childers, Sidney 2 Childs, Mary 1 Childs, Mary Susan 3 Chitwood, Margie 2 Christian, Nina 3 Christmas, Robin 1 Clark, Angela 3 Clark, James 2 Clark, Kathy 3 Clark, Mary Amelia 1 ;v i i Coleman, Claire 1 Coleman, Mary 2 Coley, Ace 2 Colley, Julie 3 Colley, Steve 1 Colley, Virginia 2 Collier, Leigh Ann 1 Collier, Mary 1 Collins, Gerald 1 Collins, William 3 Colquett, Samuel 3 Colquitt, Jerry 3 Colquitt, Linda 5 Coltrain, Carlo 1 Comer, Peter 2 Connell, Joe 3 Conner, Ann 2 Connor, Ester 1 Connor, Michael Conrad, David 1 ' Pf Considine, John 1 Cooley, Judy 2 Coon, Billy 3 Coon, Wayne 3 Cooper, Cynthia 2 Cooper, Joe 1 Cooper, Judy Ann 2 311 Crossby, Melody Crouch, Harold 1 Crum, Irma Jean Crutchfield, Debra Cumuze, Tim 1 Cutchen, Millicent Cunningham, Melinda 2 3 Cutts, Ginger 1 Curry, Garel Demar 2 Dacus, Doris 1 Dagostin, Michael Curry, Peggy 3 Curtis, Linda 3 3 Dancy, Ruby 3 Curtis, Robert 3 Daniel, Connie 1 Danley, Mary Jean 3 Donnelly, Carlotta 3 Darnell, Roby Dauphin, Brenda 3 Davidson, Susan 2 Davis, Barbara 1 Davis, Barbara 2 Davis, Charles 1 Davis, Cynthia 3 Davis, David 2 Davis, Mary 1 Davis, Mary Ellen 3 Davis, Mono 1 Davis, Pamela 1 Davis, Robert 2 Davis, Russell 1 -WF«! s?te ir r s Davis, Susan 1 Davis, Thomas 3 Davis, Walter 2 Dawsey, Dianne 3 Dawsey, Joe 3 Day, Barbara 3 Deal, Kathy 3 Deitch, Sharon 1 Dejernette, Ruben 2 Deloach, Thomas 2 Deloney, Michael 2 Dendy, Josefa D. 3 Dent, Bill 1 Derry berry, Michael 1 Devane, Carole 1 Devereaux, William 1 4 M , Deveridge, Edna 3 Dew, Dan 1 Dickert, Hallie 3 Dicks, Laura 1 Dillon, Robert 2 Dismukes, Reed 1 Dix, Octavia 2 Dix, Sandra 1 ' T 9 Dix, William 1 Dixon, Barbara 3 Dixon, Debra 3 Doan, Helen 1 Dobbs, Teresa 3 Dodson, Claude 1 Dominey, Sharon 2 Donaldson, Ann 3 Donaldson, Sherry 1 Donnenwirth, Robert 3 Dorman, Donald 2 Dossett, George 3 Dotson, Susan 1 r a Dover, Susan 1 Downing, Barry 5 Dozier, Elizabeth 3 Drake, Mike 2 Drewery, Ellis 3 Drewery, Rhonda 1 Drinkard, Rebecca 1 Driver, Pamela 5 Dubose, Billy 3 Dubose, Derek 3 ■ Dubose, Linda 2 Dubose, Ronald 1 Dudley, Mary 1 Duke, Joy 1 Duncan, Betty 3 Dunn, Betty 1 Dunn, Donna 1 Dunn, Edith I Dunn, Gordon 2 Dunn, Larry 3 Dunn, Phillip 2 Dunnam, John 2 Dunnavant, Kinnie 1 Durrent, Randall 1 Dyer, Paige 1 Dykes, Charles 2 Vuuf X Dykes, Larry 3 Dykes, Teresa 1 Eady, Rebecca 2 Early, John 2 Easby, Howard 3 East, Edwin 3 Echols, Michael 2 Eddins, Geraldme 3 • W-V ' Edwards, Cheryll I Edwards, Laura 2 Edwards, Richard 5 Edwards, Ronald 1 Edwards, Sara 1 Eggerton, Riggs 3 Eiland, Patsy I Eldridge, Elsie 3 .otfESft,. Eley, William I Ellis, Carl 2 Ellis, Deborah 3 Ellis, Jack 1 Ellis, Patti 1 Ellisor, Steve 2 Elmore, Lendon 3 Emfinger, Bobby 1 English, Patricia 1 Ensley, Deborah 1 Entzminger, Deloris 2 Espy, Frank 1 Espy, James 2 Estes, Belva 1 Estes, Bertha 3 Estes, Debbie 1 Etheridge, Marilyn 3 Etheridge, Rebecca 1 Everage, Calista 1 Everitt, Nancy 3 Ezell, Phillip 2 Fabel, Debora 1 Faircloth, Georgia 3 Faircloth, Glenda 2 Faircloth, William 2 Fannin, William 1 Farranto, Charlene 2 Farrar, Donna 2 Farris, Gail 2 Farnsh, Bonnie 3 Farris, Randall 2 Faucette, Leslie 2 Faulk, Pamela 2 Faulkner, James 2 Faulkner, Margaret 2 Faulkner, Melissa 2 Faust, James 3 Fayard, Wayne 2 Feagan, Carol I Feibelman, David 3 Felix, David 1 Fell, Myra 2 Fendley, Vickie 2 Ferguson, Mike 1 Ferguson, Tyrone ! 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Harrell, Lona 3 Harrell, Linda 2 Harrell, Linda D. 2 Harris, Helen 1 Harris, Robert 2 Harrison, Becky 1 Harrison, Daurena 1 Hartzog, Greg 1 320 Hartzog, Pam 3 Harvey, Anthony 2 Harvey, Camellia 1 Hataway, Sylvia 1 Hatcher, Cecil 2 Hatcher, Stephen 1 Hathcock, Beverly 1 Haveord, Charles 3 L I ' Hawkins, Susan 1 Hayes, Kothy 3 Hazelrig, Brenda 3 Head, Barbara 1 Head, Carl 2 Heartsill, Sonja 1 Heath, Richard 1 HeHner, Sandra 2 Heitzman, Randall 2 Helms, Celia 3 Helms, Judy 3 Henderson, Connie 1 Henderson, Cynthia 3 Henderson, Walter 3 Hendrickson, Marty 1 Hendrix, Don 1 I Hendrix, Thomas 1 Henry, Brenda 2 Hepburn, Belinda 2 Herald, Michael 2 Herndon, James 1 Hess, Dennis 3 Hester, Jerry 3 Hester, Tony 2 Hethcox, Janice 5 Hicks, Huzel 1 Hicks, James 1 Hicks, Sandra 2 Hicks, Ted 2 Hicks, Thomas 2 Higgins, Jeffrey 2 Higgins, Tim 1 r • f ) f i ( Hightower, Edward 1 Hildreth, John 3 Hill, Rebecca 1 Hill, Rosa Lee 3 Hill, Sandra 1 Hilmon, DeLane 2 Hilson, Sandra 3 Hines, Gail 6 y Hinson, 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Res. 566-5720 Ingram ' s Cleaners 109 Market St. 566-1774 Sellers, Inc. Ramer, Ala Lawrence Hardware Sporting Goods Sherwin-Williams Paint Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Housewares Guns Tools Builders ' Supplies 56 E. Court Square 566-0688 Where Fashions Begin Stanton ' s a pleasant place to shop — downtown For your formal rentals by After Six . . . it ' s Stanton ' s in downtown Troy Shop the Stanton ' s nearest you Troy • Sylacauga ■ Andalusia 370 " Class of 1990 " The Troy Messenger Established 1866 ' Continuously Promoting Pike County Troy State University " 566-4270 FARMERS MERCHANTS INSURANCE INCORPORATED General Insurance 61 South Court Square Troy, Alabama 36081 PHONE 566-2644 372 .. PIKE COUNTY HARDWARE CO. Donald Lee Charles Clay Owners 207 Love St. Troy, Ala 566-0688 373 BOYD £ POfUPD Boyd Porter Insurance— Appliances 66 W. Court Sq 566-0781 » Byrd Drug Company 81 N. Court Sq. 566-0100 " »« ' .. or A M E R LTLTU WELCOME DR YODER DR REVELLI COL HOWARD Holiday Inn U. S. Hwy. 231 at intersection U. S. Hwy 29 Restaurant 566-1150 Lounge 375 Wood Furniture Co. " A Store devoted to fine fine things for your home. " 200 S. Market St. 566-0907 376 The Fashion Shoppe The Best in Women ' s Apparel 100 N. Threenotch St. 566-4501 378 Farm Bureau Insurance AUTO FIRE LIFE HEALTH John W. Stroud Gerald Dunn Office 566-2700 Off ce 566-2700 Home 566-2548 Home 566-2694 SCHOLARSHIP SUNSHINE • SMILES Redmon ' s Marine 231 By Pass " Your Evinrude Dealer " 380 Wilma ' s Beauty Shop Her Majesty Shoppe 1114 So. Brundidge 566-2192 566-0936 ' ■ Kelly Sales Tire Works Since 1941 • B.F. Goodrich • Kelvinator • Motorola Hour Recapping Where your business is appreciated most. Troy • Brundidge 381 INDEX A Academic Deans Mr. John Chamberlain 67 Dr. Clifford Eubanks 68 Dr. John M. Long 58 Dr. Max Rafferty 70 Miss Betty Thomas 76 Adams, President Ralph W 50-51 Administration 52-57 Advertising 354-383 Athletics Baseball 119, 134-137 Basketball 1 18, 130-133 Extramurals 1 50-1 5 1 Football 118, 120-129 Golf 140-143 Intramurals 152-153 Tennis 119, 138-139 Tournaments 1 54-1 55 Track 144-149 B Band 30-33 Beautiful People MissTSU 210-217 Board of Trustees 46-49 D Dorms HamilHall 99 Pace Hall 104 E Education Aerospace Studies 59 Art 73 Biological Science 60 Business and Commerce 68-69 Classics 61 Education and Psychology 71 English 62 Health, Physical Education and Recreation 72 History 63 Ingalls Award 78-79 Journalism 67 Law Enforcement 61 Mathematics 64 Nursing 76-77 382 Philosophy and Religion 66 Physical Science 65 Speech and Drama 74 Executive Comm ittee 53 G Graduation 35 Greek Activities Fraternity Life 206-207 Fraternity Rush 192-193 Fraternity Sweethearts 1 94-1 95 Interfraternity Council 1 89 Intramurals 198-199 Panhellenic Council 1 88 Sorority Big Brothers and Sweethearts 1 96-1 97 Sorority Rush 190-191 Miss Venus 202-203 Greeks, Professional Alpha Psi Omega 158-159 Delta Sigma Pi 160-161 Phi Mu Alpha 162-163 Greeks, Social Alpha Delta Pi 168-169 Alpha Gamma Delta 170-171 Delta Chi 172-173 Kappa Delta 174-175 Lambda Chi Alpha 176-177 PhiMu 178-179 Pi Kappa Phi 180-181 Sigma Pi 182-183 Tau Kappa Epsilon 1 84-1 85 ThetaChi 186-187 Greek Week 200-205 H Happenings Homecoming 18-21 New Buildings 36-37 Registration 40-41 SGA Concerts 24-25 Streaking 38-39 Honors Day 34 J Just Us All Americans 266-267 Dorm Life 238-239 Game Room 244-245 Library 242-243 Off Campus Living 240-24 1 o Organizations Adelphes 82 Afro Club 83 AFROTC 84-85 Argonauts 86 Arnold Air Society 87 Association for Childhood Education 88 Baptist Student Union 89 Beta Sigma Biology 90 Christian Coordinating Council 82 Cheerleaders 92-93 Circle K 91 Collegiates 95 Council for Exceptional Children 96 Dames Club 97 Gamma Beta Phi 98 Kappa Delta Pi 100 Kappa Kappa Psi 1 06 Kappa Pi 96 Music Education Conference 1 02 Omicron Delta Kappa 103 Palladium 1 14-1 15 Phi Alpha Theta 102 Phi Gamma Nu 1 05 Sigma Alpha lota 1 01 Spires 1 07 Student Government Association 108-1 09 Student National Education Association 1 1 1 Student Nurses Association 1 10 Tau Beta Sigma 105 Tropolitan 1 12-113 P Productions " The Fantastiks " 42-43 " The Importance of Being Earnest " 26-27 " A Street Car Named Desire " 22-23 " The Sound of Music " 28-29 Seniors 282-301 T Talent All Americans 276-277 Jim Bell 272-273 Patti Mitchell 268-269 Doug Nelson 280-281 Pied Pipers 274-275 KarlaPtomey 278-279 Donna Reynolds 270-271 U Underclassmen 302-353 w Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 2 1 8-229 383 A yearbook is a history book, a photo album, a reference book and a lot of hard work. This Palladium began in the wee hours of the morning and will end in the wee hours of the morning. Between these two covers are many hours of work and worry that most people won ' t see or care about. This book holds many special memories for me as it should for everyone. This book is different because everyone who sees it will see something different. Many people are involved in the making of a yearbook. To the library crew of Dolly Norris, James Clower and Terry Croslin, I say thanks for all the pictures and for covering all those events on short notice because I forgot to call. Also I want to thank Gary Stogner for all the sports information and explaining what some of it meant. I want to thank Dean Gibson and President Adams for trusting me this long, also for their guidance. A special thanks goes to my advisor, Sharon Benton, for all her patience and understanding. Also I want to thank Steve Neshem and Lorn Studios for being the best mug shot makers I know. Last, but not least, I want to extend love and appreciation to my staff which I overworked. To Beth, Deborah and Keith: I couldn ' t have made it without you. To my roommates and sorority sisters who sometimes caught the anger and frustration of the yearbook, I also say thanks for not killing me. This book has been plagued with problems from the beginning. Some of them have been solved; some will be passed on to the next editor. Actually, all the problems are never solved. The months of this yearbook hanging over my head have ended and I am glad to be a has-been. Editor-in-Chief ■ ajW xfJKx li


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