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It is a time of reaching out for happiness, understanding, friendship, truth, knowledge, peace, and love; so while on life ' s journey — Reach out . . . 3 To Happiness . . . " Happiness is being content with your life and knowing that you have contributed to other ' s lives. " tttt iff? E I fc JL • ? P r - V - " V To Friendship . . . " Friendship makes man human and makes life worth living. " [ « ' » r, 1 - 1 - H 4 ,V ' V i ;l - 9 ■ 1M | II Eli M ' j- " ? i J ■»» w! " aJ. 1 ' ■, ' »•■ To Truth Rf . l " Truth is having a clear bf i l min d without hatred. " To Peace . . . Peace is seeing a sunset and knowing who to thank. " ' PV4 yLQ£W9 fj II! ' To Love . . . " Love is giving — not of material things, but of yourself. " if BP ZJ W i ;7jfB i4 11 -• m X Wb L ' i ft J All of these qualities mentioned are found in life. Through happiness we find understanding and when we understand the needs and dreams of another person, we achieve friendship. To reach out for a strong and lasting friendship, we need truth. The truth of our accomplishments gives us the knowledge that we are always grasping for. With the knowledge we obtain, we can reach out for peace. With peace, we find love, for love can only be acquired through true inner peace as well as trye world peace. With these building blocks as a strong foundation, we can use our ambitions to reach out for life. EDUCATORS MUTW Um i Troy State University Board Of Trustees BOARD MEMBERS President Ralph W. Adams Mr. Jack Giles Mr. J. Wilbert Jordan Mr. Paul Staples, Student Representative. Mr ( J Hartlej Mrs Alice Mosclcy Judge Jack V Wallace Dr. Leroy Brown Not Pictured Mr Robert Kelly Mr. Robert Wilson Mr Jack Giles Gov. Cieor c ( Wallace TSU Board Of Trustees Troy State ' s Board of Trustees is made up of outstanding Alabamians from a variety of walks in life. Governor George C. Wallace is President of the board; McDowell Lee serves as President Pro-tempore; and President Ralph W. Adams serves as Secretary of the Board. GOVERNOR WALLACE, a former circuit judge from Barbour County and member of the State Legislature has twice run for the U. S. Presidency; he is acknowledged as one of the major political leaders in the country. Gov. Wallace is now serving an unprecedented third term as governor of the great state of Alabama. Governor George C Wallace, President j r C J Hartley J Wilbert Jordan DR. LEROY BROWN has been state superintendent since 1971 ; prior to that he held other important jobs in the education field including 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 president of Jefferson State Junior College. JACK GILES of Huntsville is a graduate of the University 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. ( J HARTLEY of Tuscaloosa is also a University of Alabama graduate. He is a leading merchant in Tuscaltxisa, and in 1967 was named Man of the Year by the greater Tuscaloosa Chamber of ( bmmerce. He is active in Boys Club work, in the I ' m lunge and Elks Clubs and the YMCA in Tuscaloosa, J WILBERT JORDAN of Mobile is an insurance company executive and a graduate of the LJniversity of Alabama and the University of Alabama Law St h x l. A recognized leader in the- insurance field, he is also active in civk work and church activities in Mobile. ROBERT E. KELLY of Montgomery is a 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 jurisprudence from that university. He has served as State Treasurer of the Alabama Heart Association. McDOWELL LEE, a TSU graduate, is a Clayton native. He was elected mayor of the town of Clio at the age of 21. the youngest man ever elected mayor of an Alabama town. He was a special agent with the FBI from 1950 to 1952, and 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. 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. JACK WALLACE of Clayton is Gov. George Wallace ' s brother. He is recognized as one of the state ' s key political leaders. Judge Wallace, a Circuit Judge, 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. ROBERT WILSON, State Senator, of Jasper is also one of the major powers in Alabama politics and a kev figure in t he support of higher education in the state. An attorney, and serving his third term in the state senate, Wilson is a member of the Senate Finance and Taxation Committee. He has been named " Outstanding Orator " in the State Legislature by the Capitol Press Corps. PAUL STAPLES, SGA President, from Dothan, Alabama, serves as the student representative of the board. Alio D Mosel i ■ I President Ralph W. Adams A native of Samson, Al., Dr. Ralph W. Ada University as president in 1964. He earned his A.B. degree at Birmingham-Southern College ar received the LLB and J.D. degrees from the University of Alabama. and George Washington University. He is a member of the United States Supreme Court Bar and Alabama Bar and a Major General in theUnii Guard, serving as Assistant Adjutant General, Air. The former Selective Service Director for Alabama was a judge in Tuscaloosa from 1946 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. Dr. Adams is a member of Phi Alpha Delta (law), Kappa Delta Pi (education), Kappa Phi Kappa (education), Lambda Chi Alpha (social), Phi Kappa Phi (scholarship), Omicron Delta Kappa (leadership), Pi Tau Chi (religion), and Phi Eta Sigma (schol; 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. id Mrs. Jean Mary, m ym« President Adams and TSU — " A Decade Of Progress " 1964-1974 In the decade Dr. Ralph Wyatt Adams has been President of Troy State University, he has become the embodiment of the institution itself. His burning desire to give to the people of Alabama the finest university possible manifests itself in the quality of education he has provided his faculty and his staff. Dr. Adams was elected President of Troy State University on August 3, 1964 by the State Board of Education. He assumed his post October 1 of the same year. Since then, the University has experienced a period of growth and service unparalleled in its history. In academics, when Dr. Adams became President, Troy State University was offering its students an opportunity to earn degrees in four areas of study. Today, that opportunity has expanded to a point where it is possible for those seeking them to earn degrees in fifteen areas of study. Students may major in 70 areas of study and minor in 44 areas. Along with improvements in course offerings has come improvements in the quality of the faculty at Troy State. The University ' s faculty now is composed of a higher percentage of qualified teachers possessing terminal degrees than at any time in its history. Its faculty also holds a higher percentage of membership in Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi than does the faculty of any other state institution of higher learning in Alabama. Dr. Adams ' immediate goal was to provide Troy State University a library second to none in the state. The result was the Lurleen Burns Wallace Educational Resources Center, a facility unique to Alabama and an example for other colleges and universities to follow. Dr Adams ' other accomplishments in expanding the physical plant of Troy State now dot the 300 acre campus. Buildings constructed during his tenure include Alumni Hall, a 540-man residence hall; a $500 ,000 addition to the University ' s science building; a new field house for TSU ' s athletic programs; a new dining hall; a new university center and several renovated buildings. Dr. Adams is a firm believer in the " University without Walls " concept. With this philosophy in mind, he first began to expand Troy State programs beyond the limits of the main campus. The University ' s Montgomery branch was established on the Maxwell Air Force Base installation in the spring of 1965. Course offerings at the Fort Ruckcr branch were also expanded and in the 1966-67 academic year the first degrees were granted. Today, in a continuation of this exciting concept. Dr. Adams has led Troy State University to the position of being the state ' s only international university. Classes in a number of United States Air Force bases throughout Europe and the Near East are now in session Innovative education programs, unlimited by the bound aries of tradition or the walls of buildings, exemplify the goals and aspirations of Dr. Ralph W. Adams and his administration at Troy State University. Dr Adams cutting cake at Tenth Year Anniversary Banq Dr Adams at Grand Opening i University Center Dr and Mrs Adams with gift received M Tenth Year Annivrrsjrv Banquet The tenth year as president of Troy State University has been a busy one for Dr. Adams. He was appointed by President Ford to membership on the Presidential Clemency Board during the carlv fall. A Board of Visitors for the Hall School of Journalism was established, and the HECTOR AWARDS for Outstanding Performance by Alabamians in Journalism was conceived and executed by Dr. Adams. Several programs were established by Dr Adams during In addition to offering post graduate studies in Europe, he inaugurated and established the I Iniversit) ' s first Applied S program. Further, he gave dep.irtmcnt.il status to the scho rapidly expanding Criminal Justice courses He was instrumental in establishing .1 ( enter tor Busint - Economic Services, and .i Burcm ol School Services He also applied for and received permission tor the University to operate an FM radio station and to operate C h.imu I television system. In addition to attending numerous sessions of tl Commission on Higher Education, Dr Adams participated in legislative budget hearings, hosted numerous on-campus seminars and fulfilled man) speaking engagements • I Distinguished Sevice Medal from tl ( iuard and wax promoted tol the Air N Under the leadership ol Di A-damsnev, facilities and educational opportunities continw 1 Di Adams, we ».ilut you!! W. T. Wilks Vice-President For Academic Affairs Donald J. Gibson Dean Of Student Affairs Albert Whittle Business Manager The Executive Committee Mr Albert Whittle Dr Adams Dr. Wilks Dean ( ribson Mr H.ill University Administration Bk B I s m f " 1 1 IRk Robert W. Williford, Associate Dean of Student Affairs Arthur H Coker, Director, Housing and Conference Services . « Mrs Gloria K Creek, Director of Health Services John Price, Admissions Counselor ALn IVxithr. Awhijit Dirnmr nl Piflincitl A Dale Mostly, D; mm V HHP md JZMml Gary Branch, Associate Dean of Srudent Affairs, and Director of Admissions Robert E Stewart, Direaorof Athletics James E Reeves, Director of Non-Academic Personnel Mrs Eleanor Lee, Telephone Open Mrs Vera May Hall. Telephone Operator James H Hall. Jr . Speiul Assistant Co the President I i . Mr Bob Keller, Director, Saga Food Services Mr Shcrrcl I. Bcrs, Senior Counselor Mrs Maggie Kyzar, Bookstore Manager Dr Freddie Wtxxi. Asst to the President Mr Bob Cauthen, Admissions Counselor i i i n litti i " w !!!iiii! ' , J B — j Mr William ( Marts. I)irr tut. Adams I ' nivrtMi ( i Mr lis.., Wood, Assistant Direct! COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Dr. John M. Long, Director of Bands and Professor of Music at Troy- State University, received the bachelor ' s degree from Jacksonville State University, the master ' s degree from the University of Alabama, and was awarded the honorary Doctor of Laws degree from his Alma Mater, Jacksonville State University. He is a member of the American Bandmasters Association, 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 Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, and the college Band Directors National Association. He is past commander of Post 96 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, a member of the American Legion, the American Federation of Musicians Local No. 479, 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 C. Wallace to the Alabama Historical Commission. Dr. Long is the director of half-time activities for the Blue-Gray Football Classic in Montgomery. Dr. Long has written several nationally published magazine articles and is currently on the editorial staff of the national publication NOTES and is a featured writer for RUFFLES AND FLOURISHES, the national band magazine. Dr. John M. Long, Dean Dr. J. A. Carroll, associate dean of Arts and Sciences and Bicentennial Professor of History, was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for biographical work on George Washington. He taught at several universities in the western states before coming to Troy State I Iniversity in the fall of 1974. Dr. John A. Carroll, Assoc. Dean Aerospace Studies Department More commonly known on campus as Air Force ROTC, this department offers outstanding opportunities for young men and women who wish to serve their country as officers in the Air Force. A wide variety of subjects including the history and organization of the Air Force, the military justice system and national defense policy making are offered and molded with opportunities to practice the management, human relations, and leadership skills necessary for today ' s military officer. Upon graduation, the cadets are commissioned second Lieutenants in the Air Force and go on active duty to serve their country as professional, dedicated, and responsible leaders. Col. Walter Hennigan, Chairman M Sgt I. Kcllo Bradley Mj, VCMIum Holcomb ( apt lanirv P Fearee Biological Science Department The Department of Biology maintained its status as a strong TSU department with 9 faculty members with doctorate degrees. Two girls were accepted to Medical School and the first Alabama graduates in the new Marine Environmental consortium at the undergraduate level were two TSU Biology majors. 1A «|f ■A Dr Wayne Adams Dr Donald Barras Dr. Danice Costes Dr Robert Diet Dr. J. C. Wilkes, Chairman 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 St ampfli Chairman Law Enforcement Department The Law Enforcement Department otters courses in various aspects of haw 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 Just it e Administration and Corret tion is the goal of the department. Mr. Glynn Eiland Chairman English Department Taking as its mandate the fact that language is the cornerstone of all knowledge, the Department of English and Foreign Language maintains its strong tradition of high academic standards and quality instruction. In the past few years it 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 department is firmly committed to the goal of providing 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 important positions now opening in the international market. Mr. Fred Davis, Chairman ©sa l Dr. William Pixton Dr. Joseph Roberts Dr. Gertrude Mrs.FayeSenn Mr. George Vicker) s hroeck i History and Social Science Department H •■ - -w Jj Dr. Duane Tway, Chairman During the academic year of 1974-75 the Department of History and Social Science enrolled more students each quarter than in the previous year. Phi Alpha Theta. the History Honorary Society grew in number. Dr. John A. Carroll, Pulitzer Prize winner for a volume on Washington in Freeman " s monumental work, joined the teaching staff when he was made Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences and Bicentennial Professor of History During the fall quarter Mr Richard G. Kenworthv of the Department presented a most informative and entertaining exhibit in the library entitled " Ancient Man Through His Art " Later the exhibit was presented at various universities throughout Alabama At mid year Mr. Cloyd W. Paskins retired after 16 years of continuous service to Troy State University His students will always remember him. Two new history courses, Alabama in the Nation, and American Minorities, were added to the schedule on the main campus. Two new sociology courses were approved for the coming year, Minorities in the Social Structure, and Sociology of the Community Mrs Man Matin-. ( J I)r Nicholas D ' Andrca r (opk y $i Miuhcll fd Paskins II mi mM Mi t udd Pa Math 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 training 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 background 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. Mr John Lee Mr Charles Norris Dr. Edward Barnett, Chairman Mr Jame ' ' Neal Mr James Ra I)r Luck Watford J Philosophy and Religion Department The Department of Philosophy and Religion, in its General Studies Courses, seeks to acquaint the student, in an objective, historical 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 major degree, but provides the students a variety of mim rv I)r H M Dr. Joseph Mitchell, Chairman 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. The major " accomplishment " of this department is the positive effect their interaction with the students have on their futures. Dr. Edward Teller has appeared on the Troy State Campus for a series of lectures again this year. The if the Physical Science Department is involved with activities to disseminate scientific knowledge and to foster and sustain interest in sciences. Q o Dr Benjamin Dr Sammy Ingram Mr. Edward Ka Batcman Dr. Edward Ward, Chairman Muller Qi fl . HALL SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM John R. Chamberlain is the Dean of Troy ' s 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 circulated 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 major literary and intellectual periodicals. He has also taught in the Columbia School of Journalism. Mr. Chamberlain has authored many books including FAREWELL TO REFORM, THE AMERICAN STAKES, THE ROOTS OF CAPITALISM, and THE ENTERPRISING AMERICANS: A BUSINESS HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. John R. Chamberlain, Dean I )i i.it Mayei SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND COMMERCE Dr. Clifford L. Eubanks, Dean of the School of Business and Commerce, received his B.S. Degree in 1962 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 Management 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 administration. He has researched factors affecting the industrial development 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 Management, and the Ozark Economic Association. 1 Dr. Clifford Eubanks, Dean Dr. Rhae M. Swisher, Associate Dean of the School of Business and Commerce, came to Troy State in 1973 as Assistant Dean of the School of Business and Commerce. In February of 1975, Dr. Swisher was made Associate Dean. He attended Indiana University, the School of Law, J.D., and received his degree in 1950. Before coming to Troy State, Dr. Swisher was associated with several large corporations, gaining much valuable 11 experience He is a member of the Office and Space Assignment Committee and is Chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee on Management Information Systems. Dr. Rhae Swisher, Assoc. Dean dk £k Dr Wayne Curtis Mr James Dykes Mr. Stephen (j. Dr Robert Judd Mrs. Joy Milliner 2 George Miner Mr Robert Palmer Mr Eugc ■m Mr William Smith Mr Paul Stark l)r (, T. Stewart A A Mi Robert Stewan Mr HilU Walters Mr I W. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Dr. Max Rafferty, Dean Dr. Max Rafferty, Dean of the School of Education, is the author of a nationally syndicated column featured in more than 100 newspapers from coast to coast and writes two other columns for the press. In 1962, he wrote the all-time bestseller on education, SUFFER, LITTLE CHILDREN. A speech he delivered in 1961, " The Passing of the Patriot, " has been described as the most controversial speech an educator has made in the last generation. Raffcrty ' s first visit to Troy State was in 1970 when he delivered the commencement address, a speech that since has been reprinted twice. He has authored five bcxjks, and other writings by Rafferty have received recognition in several national publications. A lifelong ( arecr teac her 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 California and honorary doctoral degrees from Lincoln I Iniversity and Brigham Young. Education and Psychology Department Dr. Ralph Erickson, Asst. Chairman Mr Charlie Parker Dr Irvtrr SKWin ■ I Rutu» Hitghn Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Department Dr. Rudy M. Argenti, Chairman Mr John Archer Mr Nichols Costes Dr Gene Hanson Mrs Gracie Saucrs Miss Joyce Sorrcll Mrs. Patsy Walden Mrs. Virgin Watson 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 recreational fields. A highly specialized program is provided for those who wish to obtain a major in Troy State ' s HPER Department. SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS Dr. John M. Long, Dean Art Department Dr. Robert Paxson, Chairman Mr Willian f n Stone 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 Florida State University in 1970. Such plays as " The Visit, " " The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the Moon Marigolds " and " Tartuf fe " were the major productions of this year. 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. The TSU Debate Team of Mrs. Debbie Jackson and Mr. Dale Robbins brought the first TSU debate trophies home from Stetson University, Valdosta College and Samford University. Dr. Gerald Baxter is the coach for the TSU Debate Team. Dr. David Dye, Chairman Music Department Dr. William Dennison, Asst. Chairman JL. ( The Troy State Music Department has a high level of excellence Music opportunities at Troy State include a 350 Vocie University Choir, the Collegiate Singers, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Sigma Alpha Iota, 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 primary 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 participation in musical activities and through the general exposure to and study of music, developing understanding of its meaning as an an and experience. Mr ( lurk- ( alkinv Mrs Violet Ervin a q in WVI. SCHOOL OF NURSING Miss Betty Thomas, Dean of Troy State ' s School of Nursing, heads the school. From Laurel Hill, Florida, Miss Thomas attended Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, and Teachers College, 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, Instructor-Assistant Professor at the School of Nursing, Florida State University, and Director of 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 Nurses Association at Troy State. Dean Thomas ' publications include " Rural Hospital Nursing — A Beginning Experience, " in NURSING OUTLOOK. Miss Betty Thomas, Dean BSN Program Mr. Larry Free Mrs Susan Halley Sister Henrietta Mrs. Mary Dr BetryeJ Pavlik Robinson Smith Mrs Delia Sulhns Mrs. Lula Whigharr ASN Program Mr. Cloyd Paskins and Mrs. Tex Whaley Retire From University Mr. Cloyd Paskins Mrs. Tex Whaley Mr. Cloyd W. Paskins retired from the Troy State University faculty in December, 1974. He had served in the Department of History and Social Science continuously since 1958. He had been at Troy for a short time in the 1940 ' s and returned because this is where his heart was. His knowledge of subject matter, ability to clarify complicated material, enthusiasm for teaching and devotion to his students will always be remembered by his students and colleagues. Mrs Tex Whaley joined the Troy State University faculty in 1950, serving through the spring quarter, 1975. She has more than 40 years classroom teaching experience ranging from rural schools to undergraduate and graduate instruction at the university level. For the past ten years, Mrs. Whaley sponsored the TSU chapter of the Association for Childhood Education. During the spring, members of the Association for Childhood Education voted unanimously to name the chapter the Tex Whaley Association for Childhood Fxfucation. Mrs. Whaley will be remembered and missed by education students The Graduate Division Council Dr. Rudy Argenti, Director Dr Wyatt Grimmer, Or Margaret Kirkland, Dr Henry Davis The graduate program is organized to provide advanced study leading to the Master ' s of Science in Education, Master ' s of Science in Special Education, Master of Science in School Administration, Master of Science in Counseling and Guidance, Master of Science in Criminal Justice and the Master of Business Administration The Sixth Year Program leading to an AA Certificate or an Ed.S. degree is offered in Administration and Supervision, and ( bunseling and ( luidance The above degree programs consist of professional offerings within each discipline . u arc aligned to meet state, regional, and national act rediring standards. Dr l ( an Md lam 1). Ralph Tiller Spring Graduation Exercises were held on June 6, 19 7 5, in Smith Hall Auditorium TSU awarded diplomas to its largest graduating class in history. This, the 88th commencement ceremony, included 1,243 candidates for degrees. Troy State University ' s 17,021st graduate received a diploma during this commencement ceremony. This year ' s graduating class included 866 candidates for bachelor ' s degrees, 248 candidates for master ' s and 129 candidates for associate degrees. The Honorable James B. Allen, Senator, a native of Gadsden, delivered the commencement address. Senator Allen is Alabama ' s junior senator who has also served in the state House of Representatives and as Alabama ' s Lieutenant Governor Senator Allen was awarded the Honorary Doctor of Laws degree during the June- graduation exercises. Students Honored At 1975 Honors Day Honors Day is set aside each year to recognize outstanding students in scholarship and leadership. Besides recognizing outstanding students, it also seeks to encourage all students to apply their full energy and intelligence in developing their potential and in striving for higher goals than those previously established for themselves. Besides awards being presented to outstanding students, new members were also tapped into different honor societies. These included ODK, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Spires, Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Delta Pi, and Phi Alpha Theta. Students listed in WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES were honored. ' H 2 m- 2 kTBl k 1 i lZ va. SCfl Bill %— s it " r Dr. Robert Tucker Receives 1975 Ingalls Award Dr. Robert Tucker. Assistant Professor of Biology is the recipient of the 1975 Ingalls Award for Excellence in classroom teaching at Troy State University. The selection of this honor is made by a committee of selected students representing all departments of the University. The Ingalls Award is the highest teaching award at TSU and consists of a plaque and $1,000 accompanying the award. Dr. Tucker has served on the faculry since 19 7 1 He received his M.S. from the University of Alabama in 1968 and his Ph.D. in 1971. The Ingalls Award is presented annually to the te.u her w ho has in the estimation of the committee " most diligently, effectively, cheerfully, and outstandingly conducted his classes of courses of instruction in the Undergraduate schools of the University. " The Library — Something For All Students The Library is a building full of annuals, abstracts, journals, novels, and many other forms of media in print. It is a storehouse for a world of energies, and a sweatbox where one tries to make a better grade point average. It ' s hot, dry, sterile and full of people you hardly ever see anywhere else. A lot of times, the library represents the gritty marathon of " to do in a day or a week what you have had a month or a quarter to do. " Many people rarely see the library except for finals week or when term papers are due. Then it becomes the center of activity where studying is almost impossible. But in spite of all the short naps taken, the daydreams, and the gossip sessions, students still find the time to do what they originally came to do. MS3H Registration — A Necessary Evil « of headaches. If vou make I V or, ■ m i ■t ■ lilill illlllll.Iii I HOUSING REGULATIONS Ifrosh soph male ' students under 21 I ARE REQUIRED TO UVE ON CAMPUS. EXCEPTIONS: V MARRIED. 2- LIVING WITH PARENTS OR CLOSE REATIVES. A 3- VETERAN WITH 6 MOS. ACTIVE DUTY. HOUSMi POUO IS «KW»tt«NT K ATTiHW TSU VKXATOtt WIU DID YOU REMEMBER TO RETURN THE SPECIAL PENCIL? THANKS 1 1 1 ■ . National Chinese Opera Theatre Comes to TSU The National Chinese Opera Theatre from the Republic of China performed on the Troy State University campus on October 28. 19 " i The. 80 Company Opera Theatre was brought to Troy by the TSU Lyceum Series. The Chinese Opera combined singing, dancing, pantomime, acrobatics and clowning in one total theatre. The actors and actresses were beautifully dressed in silk costumes. Some players had their faces elaborately painted in order to inform the audience of the role they were playing. The Opera was greatly appreciated by all those who attended and will be long remembered in the years to come. |HW ,7 . mH t . .£ t x F ' ,;T 1 vl HNDI »||J» vtI MECOMING 1974 fit t £ IT i M ■ mmSW Homecoming ' 74 came with the celebration of I)r Adams tenth anniversary as president of Troy State University. Miss Dcgie Lake was crowned the 1974 Homecoming Queen at half time ceremonies. Members of her court were Jennilec Smith, Brenda Henry and Christy Arnngton Rare Earth provided entertainment in Sartain Hall that week and the Thursday night pep rally was highlighted with a bonfire. The parade- was the biggest and best yet with the Psi Lambda Club winning first place in the float division. Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity won for off-campus displays and Alumni Hall won for the dorm displays. Even though the game left everyone with a heavy heart, it did not seem to spoil the atmosphere ol the occasion The usual parties soon got underway and another Homecoming was soon passed away into m i AH 0W$ | Lm U a- ' A • --■ .! (« tLPHA Members of the Cast The Visit, a production of the Speech and Theatre Department, had an enormous iast which included: Margie Dueitt, Steve Kean, dreg Vann, Curtis Loftin.John O ' Brien, Marty Hendrickson, Tom Martin. Dougjones, Charlotte Preston.Joe Hllen Norman, Ken Stale. Andy Alsup, Mike Smith. Rick) Rogers. Steve Averette,Joel Williams. Dean Stonerook. Russ Phillips. Jeff Annis, Bird LeCroy, Susan Spink. Dena Hall, Greta Kanter, Steve Barras. Dennis Long. Ricky Rogers, Alice McConkey, Cindy Stokes and Yvonne- O ' Brien . play nittic pi 4uc(icr|S. l(d. n the Matthew, cam campus ol I duction W3S .iMl t( ' in tlic RARE EARTH October 19, 1974 THE HUES CORPORATION February 13, 1975 MISS OLIVA NEWTON-JOHN April 11, 1975 £ 3 j ■yii IP. ' ' w i MS Fred Smoot Timberline New Adams Center Opens Winter Quarter ersity ' s Ralph W. Adams Center is more than the everyday 66,500 square foot building. In addition to being one of the i ;s of its kind in the South, TSU ' s new Adams Center has a host of unique features. ngeis one of three lounging areas in the building. It is complete with " individual listening centers " which are wired to a AM-FM radio system located in the Center Director ' s office. BIM it ■ ■■■!■■ ■■-■■■«=■■■■,■■„, — i p w,M m J InirKViTHi - — 1 -JHJ • fci— Y _ i -m I 1 Fountain Dedicated To The Late Mrs. Foy Ingram Cummings The new fountain located behind Bibb Graves Hall in the Amphitheater was formally dedicated in memory of Mrs. Foy Ingram Cummings on November 13, 1974. The Troy State Department of Education and Psychology along with TSU President Dr. Ralph Adams performed the dedication ceremony. Mrs. Cummings taught at Troy State for 34 yeaTs from 1937 to 1971. She was a member of the Education and Psychology Department, serving as head of the Laboratory School for many of those years. The construction of the fountain honoring Mrs. Cummings was made possible through efforts of her many friends, relatives and her husband, Mr. Horace C. Cummings. Dr Raffcrty. Mrs Adams, Dr Adams, Mr Cummings, Dr C. B. Smith, Mrs Thelma Mcrshon, Mrs. Tex Whalcy, Dr Horace Nelson, Mr. Marvin Vickers, Dr W T. Wilks, Mr Albert Whittle, Mr. Donald J Gibson. Cornelia Wallace Is Alumna Initiate Of Alpha Gamma Delta Cornelia Ellis Wallace, wife of Alabama ' s Governor George C Wallace was initiated into Alpha Gamma Delta by Gamma Sigma Chapter at Troy State University on September 22, 19 7 4. The new alumna initiate attended Huntingdon College in Montgomery and Rollins College in Orlando, Florida. Very active in high school and college, she was church organist, a majorette, cheerleader, and runner-up in a Miss Alabama contest. She majored in fashion design, voice and music, and plays the saxophone, piano, organ, and guitar. She has been a professional folk singer and toured the western states and Australia with Grand Ole Opry. Two songs she has composed have been recorded by MGM records. She has also been in summer stock in New York and also studied voice there. In addition to local Alpha Gamma Deltas, present for the initiation and reception were Jean Hoyt, Grand President; Mary Elizabeth Eckler Glass, Province President; Mary Furr Davis, Gamma Delta Chapter and Alabama State Chairman; Laverne Taylor Flanagan, member of International Panhellcnic Committee and Judy Hayes Hand, member of the International Constitution and By-laws Committee Annie Harmon, Executive Council President, Carol Chancey, Undergraduate President, Mr Wallace, and Carrola Kelley, Alumna President l)r A.hmv Mrv VC.II.. THE SOUND OF THE f SOUTH ' 9 ;•• -0L- -mm fcfc WltT ' wj M ' j| Jj u " Gi ' $tir M0 Al . tCtK« r . 31 ■ When you have 25 ' - rs a week and still — ■ ■ m 2 L sf -p Mm iiHnl V ■ - tl Practice And More Practice Results In Championship Performance wy TSU Majorettes ROW 1 Becky Campbell, Patry Brown, Dawn Rodgers, Kathy Ketihum. Liz Milliner. Carol Gardner, Linda FEATL ' RE TWIRLERS Hails, Kathy Ballard. BACK ROW: Karen Shelley, Beverely Jones, Jennifer Kirkland, Genita Powell, Terry Hare. Hanna, Helen Colley, Claire Parsons, Chris Castleberry, Gayle Beasley. Deborah Long, Debbie Johnston, Den- ise Abney. Robin Christmas. TTLN ' G Diann Knighton STANDING Lynn New Band Building to Be Named in Honor of Dr. John M. Long Tr State I Iniversitj has one of the largest band programs in the South having an enrollment I members They are presently meeting in a bant) room equipped for only 70 people, but before long they will meet in one of the finest built band facilities in the South. The new building will house 13 rooms and have a band rehearsal room with .1 capacity r »r JO0 people This building will truK be another added asset to the campus. pn m- ' s MJIIiiiiiiii !! • r - TSU Colony of Lambda Chi Alpha Awarded Chapter Status by National The Troy State University of Lambda Chi Alpha was officially recognized by Lambda Chi Alpha National Fraternity as Sigma Tau Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity on February 14th, 1975. The formal chartering banquet was the first event to be held in the new Ralph W Adams University Center. Festivities for the occasion included dinners, speakers, presentations and a band party for more than 200 persons. The keynote speaker for the event was Bobby Ray Hicks, (grand High Zeta, Tuscaloosa, Alabama). Master of Ceremonies was James W. Hall. Special Assistant to the President at Troy State University. Others on the program included Dr. Ralph W. Adams, Troy State University President; General Theodore C. Marrs, SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT, Washington, D.C.; Mr. Billy Stephenson, High Alpha; Dr. Gerald Baxter, High Pi; and Reverend Marvin K. Vickers. Other notables included. Dean of Student Affairs. Donald J. Gibson; Dean Gary Branch; TSLJ Vice President Dr. W. T. Wilks. and all sorority presidents and all fraternity presidents. Following the banquet, a formal ball was held at the Pike County fairgrounds. " The brothers, parents and friends of Lambda Chi were impressed by the attendance of the faculty and administration. We are particularly impressed by the excellent facilities of the New Adams University Center; " Dr. Gerald Baxter commented after the event. I B 1 F5T1 1 fk w ft ' ■( Dill Hall Apartments — A New Type of On-Campus Living Fall Quarter. 19 7 4 brought the opening of the new and modern Dill Hall Apartments. These new apartments gives to its residents some freedom and privacy along with group living. The three floor building has 50 apartments and houses 160 students. hath apartment is individually heated and air- conditioned. They each have shag carpet and are lavishly furnished with contemporary furniture. The building itself is equipped with an elevator, a laundry room, vending machines, sun deck, trash compactor and cable TV. There arc four different types of apartments available: the efficiency, the one-bedroom, the two- bedroom, and the two-bedroom deluxe. THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS THE CAST Directed by Dr. David Dye Charlotte Preston Jo Ellen Norman Alia M i I ' .im NK( rim 1 -N k ( k v. N Dinner-Theatre Production Of TARTUFFE Is Big Success The Cast Nancy Taylor — Madame Pernelle Cyndi Stokes — Flipote Dena Hall — Elmire Alice McConkey — Dorine Marry Hendrickson — Damis Jo Ellen Norman — Mariane Joel Williams — Cleante Ken Seale — Orgon Greg Vann — Valere Andy Alsup — Tartuf fe Steve Kean — Policeman 4 " l GOLETTO by Giuseppe Verdi The Cast The Duke of Manrua Borsa, a courtier The Countess Ceprano Rigoletto. the Duke ' s jester, a hunchback Count Ceprano, a nobleman Marullo, a courtier Count Monterone, a nobleman Sparafucile, a professional assassin Gilda, daughter of Rigoletto Giovanna, Gilda ' s nurse A Page A Herald Maddalena, sister of Sparafucile James McMahon John Whitener Connie Tardiff Philip Kcllev Steve Kc.m Matthews t rieg Aplin Jerry Toole M.irv Collier Mar) Swindle Susan Shoman Donald M Freeman Margaret Dueitt Off-Campus Life It may not be such a great place to live — but its where you live — and besides, you are going to do a lot with it when you have the time and the money. Just think how close you are to school and what a kicky place it is compared to the distinguished house of your parents. Just think of the freedom — you can decorate it however you want — and no more dorm; A kitchen with all the trimmings, even food sometimes. You can have your friends in whenever you want and you decide when they leave. The independence you acquire is really heavy stuff, but some find it as exhilarating and educational as any class you could ever attend. KVL „ ' Finals — A Time To Cram One thought that all students have begins is " I wonder what kind of ? gives? " It always seems that the; idents will reside in the library fo mulants like coffee and cigarettes behind, thev have no hope, and o f X mam , % B 4T w j m 1M TSU ' s Men In Blue Building Men For A Better Tomorrow Air Force ROTC provides exceptional opportunities for outstanding 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 academic work, cadets enjoy extra-curricular activities such as intramural sports, Arnold Air Society, Angel Flight, Military Balls and other social activities. AFROTC prepares the cadets for a challenging and rewarding career upon graduation. Cadets are commissioned in the United States Air Force as Second Lieutenants upon graduation and go on to serve their country as professional, dedicated and responsible leaders. Brig Gen James R Brickel, Commandant AFROTC Cadet Colonel Oscar C. Bell, Jr., Corps Commander Award Winners Air Force ROTC ORGANIZATIONS V % ' ♦ ■ V Student Government Association The SGA has been active in initiating and carrying out many student oriented programs and activities. It serves as a link between the students and the administration. One of its goals is to stimulate student interest and participation in all phases of the university community. In an effort to achieve this goal, numerous committees within the SGA have been formed. With the aid of these committees, students can better voice their opinions. Paul Staples, President Ices, Vice President for Fall and Winter Debbie Benton, Vice- President for Spring and Senator at Large for Fall and Wi Ellen Dozier, Treasurer Peter Wilkes, Clerk Wile) Spnyfaeny, Puiiamentv Sheila lei ■ SGA Student Senate STANDING: Allen Boyett, Lisa Branch, George Hargrove, Teddy Phillips, Keith Roling, David Grimes, Mike Canfield, Geoffrey Spann, Larry Spicer, Leon Varner, Jackie Mann, Sarah Philon, Everett Larid, Kathy Petterson, Fayc Allen SITTING Bill Novick, Beth Ann Johnson, Vicky Hickerson, Terry James, Carrie Robinson, Kay Larrimore, Ellen Beam, Alan Adams, Allen Brislin Committee Chairmen Vicky Hickerson, Constitutional Allen Brislin, Dining Hall Lisa Branch, Educational Resources IX-bbic Benton, Entertainment reorge Hargrove, Political Affairs Ellen Beam, Publicity Everett Laird, Students-Eaculty Mike Canfield, Parking m 1 ■ efli £ [ A Adams Center Union Board SITTING Dean Gibson, Helen Leverette. Dawn Clenney. Mr Albert Whittle STANDING Mr Vickers, Mr O ' Neal. Bil Novick, Mr Bill Marrs, Bill Lane. Mike Canficld. Geoffrey Bedell, Les Faulk The Adams Center Union Board was established in September of this academic year to provide a more viable entertainment program tor Troj State In .cx peration with the Student Government Association, the Union Board produces one ol the most uniquely coordinated calendar of entertainments in the Southeast Consisting of administrative, Faculty and student members, the Adams Center Union Board determines the policy tor use of the Adams Center The Board isconstandy searching foi new ideas m programming tor the ever changing Troy State ( iampus Geoffrey F. Bedell ACU-I State Chairman of Alabama Adelphes Local Becomes Alpha Lambda Delta National I R( )NT ROW Rebecca Ann Eady.Jr Advisor. Man, Jennifer Fox, Treasurer. Alice M Zoller. Secretary; Cynthia Ann Puckctt. President. TSU Chapter. Dr Kathcnnc Cater. National President. Alpha Lambda Delta, Jan Jeter, Vice President. Ellen Ann McGowin, Historian; Bcttc Martha Gree, News F.ditor.Junc Estes, Sr Advisor SECOND ROW Sharon L Dominey, Dawn Mane Clcnncy, Laura Ann Calloway, Valerie Lynn Perdue, Mehnda lane Cunningham, Phyllis Uptain Ingram THIRD ROW Candy Gale Gary, Laura Susan Priori. Cynthia Conway Klauss, Debra Jean Fabel, Paula Kay Ryals. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Margaret King, Coordinator of Women ' s Residence at Troy State; Elizabeth [vj Bussey, Georgia Diane Faircloth, Laura Jean Harrell, Rebecca A Griffin. FIFTH ROW: Miss Cordelia Gray. Faculty Advisor. Anna R Plott, Ann Marie Coppedge. Teresa Mount Peebles. Mabcth Williams, Cathryn Ann Culbcrtson. Helen Luann Doan. On November 10, 19 7 4, a chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta was installed at Troy State University. The new chapter, formerly the Adelphe Honor So ict) , welcomed thirty-one charter members. We were privileged to have as our installing officer Dr. Katherinc Cater, National President of Alpha Lambda Delta and Dean of Women at Auburn University. She was assisted by Mrs. Margaret King, Coordinator of Women ' s Residence at Troy State, and Miss Cordelia Gray, Faculty Advisor, both members of Alpha Lambda Delta, The impressive ceremony, conducted by candle-light, was highlighted when Dr. Cater presented President Cynthia Pucketl with the Alpha Lambda Delta Charter. Miss Puckett expressed her pleasure of Troy State ' s acceptance into Alpha Lambda Delta and promised to promote high moral .un scholastic standards for the- women of Troy State FRONT ROW June Estcs, Susie Dover, Ellen McGowin, Cindy Puckett, Jan Jeter. Cindy Klauss CENTER ROW Valerie Perdue. Berry Greer. Beth Bussey. Cindy Gary, Jennifer Fox BACK ROW Cathy Culbertson, Becky Eady. Ann Coppedgc. Becky Conner, Vivia Peebles. Luann Doan. Dawn Clcnncy OFFICERS ikiim ROW Valerie Perdue, Se McGowin, Historian; CymhialVicJeett. President; Jennifer Fox Treuurei M.M K K» |i President; Betty Greer, News Editor; Rebecca Eady, Ji Advitoi lune Estes, Si Adviaoi Afro Club OFFICERS MATH) Gwendolyn Hunter. Social Chair- man Carrie Robinson, Treasurer Mason Md oy, Vice President Brenda Henry, haplain STANDING Simon Withers, S t at Arms Leon Reed, President Lindse) Plummer. Parliamentarian R( )W 1 James Frazier, Kthcl Jones, Manlvn Robinson, Gwendolyn Hunter, ame Robinson, Mason McCoy, N.iiu Trammel I, Anita Thomas ROW 2 Larry Spuer, Simon Brenda Henrj [eanette Marshall, hristinc Blount, Eugene harles Fortune III, Sarah Phi Ion. Alice arswell, Shirley Darrington ROW ) Lex Thompson. i liam Harden. Dori Dacus, Bettie Stapler, Michael Echols, Dorothy Scott, Gerry Lewis, Leon Reed Music Educators National Conference ROW 1 Danny Mills, Bobby Richardson, Jan Fleming, Annie Poston, Sandy Hill, Helen Moore, Susan Shoman ROW 2 Daniel Byrd, Tim Hammond, Ijrr, Hrndles.Jeff Sheffield. (Hn Luann Doan, Donnie Brooks ROW } Randall Myers, Everett Johnson, Donnie Johnson, Mark Mills, Andy Alsup, Sonja Phillips ROW 1 I_im Smad, Dan Knots, Kenm Spivey, IVnn: I Hooten, Don Freeman, Lee Grimes, Howard Mathis Alumni Hall HOUSl ' ' H N II Homer Golden, Roselyn Beckwich, Frank Seddio, Phil Tyler. ROW2 Lron Varner, Gary Miller, Clem Richardson ROW 3 OscarCreai David Smessler. Ken Ellis I« V( GregSoi Iders K( W 5 haney Thompson, Fred Parantha. ROW 6: Bill Lane, Luvon Fowler. AD ' S Chaeney Thompson, Bill Armstrong BACK: Phil Tyler, Greg Alpin, Maddox Tom Greiner, Coordinator of Men ' s Residence 1 1 i- V.i.uiK ( oordinatoi ol Men ' s Residei T 1 m sir giK intM m i ft r w II? 6. t ' 1a ■ n 1 k. lit - i B y ' B 1! 5 r i PROCTORS: ROW 1 : Gary Miller. Doug Plash. ROW 2: Luvon Fowler. Gary McAdams. ROW 3: Joejordon, Herb Williams. ROW 4: Danny Meeks. Randy McKinney ROW 5: Mike Gairwood, George King. ROW 6: Billy Walls, Rob Darnell. ( )FFI I ASSISTANTS ROW 1 Don Belcher. Un Vasstt R W 2 Iron Reed. Rand Sellers ROW3 Ken Ellis, Dennis Ellis, Greg Soulders Roslyn SWEI mi AK 1 Argonauts Joe Jordan, Cathy Culbertson, Luvon Fowler, Ben Turner, Mike Canfield, Greg Johnson, Kruse Smith, Cliff Aiken, Mark Howell, Sidney Franklin, Dan Dew, Rob Darnell. Alan Newman, Sid Baker, Roy Houlton. Cathy Culbertson Argonaut Sweetheart ■■■■IHB Association for Childhood Education International OFFICERS Cornelia Graham, Treasurer; Mrs Tex Whaley. Advisor, Debbie Wilson, President. Larry- Brunson. Secretary; Dale Wiley, Via President FRONT Sharon Hatfield, Sharon Snell, Diane am, lina Stabler, Rosi Wingard, Gail Green, Judj Stanford Kayi Whirring Marjoru Griffin, Susan Streetman I Ian Rivei Debbii Wilson Debbii Fa Karen Flynn ludy Stivarius, Deborah I luggins, Francis Raffenr) h i K Erline Murphci Dale X Graham, Larrj Brunson, ( hrist) Arlington, herj I Fleming, Ramona R Carlisle Arnold Air Society The Arnold Air Society is an honorary organization of Air Force ROTC, composed of outstanding Air Force cadets at 172 detachments across the nation. The society engages in various activities which include: supporting the Air Force ROTC program on campus, conducting briefings for local high school students, assisting in selective motivational efforts and conducting extracurricular functions. 7-y- e BACK Chip Gillisepe, George King, Steve Bullock, Mike Collins, Thomas Cook, Buddy Bell, Robert Needham.Joe Spivey. FRONT Everett Laird, Jim Watkins, Mickey Folsom, Drew Gilmore, Tony Glenboski, Mike Conner, Larry McNew, Raiford Raincy r r h Q C} L1 1 ( FFI I Rs Mike ( onner, Operations; George King, Information Of ficer; Mickey Folsom, Parliamei indei Mik ollins, Depurj ommander; Raiford Rainey, Administration; l..irr McNew, Buddj Bell, omptroller; Tonj Glenbo- n Officer; Robert Needham, Projects Angel Flight OFFICERS Gmni Bush, Commander N ' ano Champion, Executive Commander . ' . AdminivtrjtiM (I I Sherri Young, : rai Ofl Catherine Ingram. Comptroller Janet Johnson, Pledge Trainer iver, haplain R( ) l Sherri Young, Coline Hardy, Sue Ray, Sharon West, Catherine Ingram, Debbie Gray MA( K Nancy Ingle, Nancy Champion, Susai Butle Pi i Latham, Lon ilic( olio. Vivian Weaver, and Janet Johnson Alpha Phi Omega k David Grimes, President Allen Bnslin. Vice President Keith Ruling, Secretary d.iry Miller, Treasun Mm hid Spider, Peter Wilkes, Alien Bristol, I jv„I ( mmes, Keith Holing, I ' ai HiUidt) ind Mian Aduni Mr James O ' Neal. Faculty Advisor Fellowship Vespers on Monday Night: Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union is the spiritual outreach on the campus provided by the Baptist churches. Emphasis is given to an inward journey of Bible study, prayer and worship before moving out in mission activities, evangelism and fellowship. BSU was the Intramural Softball Champs for Spring of 1974. Mrs. Kdward Barnett, Secretary Mr Elbert Williams, Campus Minister Musical Ensemble, " Sonshine ' Circle K Club SEATED Debra Amette, Gail Rcdmc.n. Ahn M ommon, President; Susan Smily, Secretary; Carl I. Wiggins. Treasurer; Liz Bares, Via President; Fayla Peters, Don Md brmkk STANDING James D Sidari, Beverly Johnson, harles Neese, Thomas T Cook, Stewart Griggs, Georg Petrej Luck Watford Kawanis I eve Thomas, Theron M Covin, Faculty Advisor, and Jim l)i n i A •r- ' —»■ ■ v: - 4: it.. Jr. MIDDLE ROW , Susie Dover. 11 TSU Cheerleaders The Troy State Cheerleaders, elected by student vote at the end of each sp: school spirit throughout the athletic events of the year. 1 cheerleaders din " d by the National Cheerleaders Association, was held in August on tl tumbling, double stur limiM! ' Qt State. For being in the top ten best squads the Trojans were awarded a spirit I The Collegiate Singers The Collegiate Singers, under the direction of Dr. William R. Denison, have entertained audiences on the Troy State campus and throughout the State of Alabama. The Collegiate Singers is a select choir of about sixty voices chosen by audition from the entire student body. They have appeared on television during the Christmas season and made a spring tour in April. Repertoire from the group includes the finest choral music, dating from the sixteenth century to the present. Troy State takes great pride in these singers because of the variety of their programs and in the versatility of the personnel. Clements Hall ASSISTANT DIRECTORS Cathy Peterson, Kim Thompson. Melinda Cunningham Libby Swann, Anita Bazell. Kathy Mowery, and Debbie Wasden. STUDENT DIRECTOR: Carol Chancey MW— ' Council for Exceptional Children ROW l June EstcvJamcNolen, Annette Caylor, Debbie Dysert, Gayle Tedder ROW 2: Pat English, Dale Wiley, Kaye Whii tmgton, Larry Brunson. Tish Watson. Twila Snell, Sue McLain, and Jan Markham on u 1 1(- Delta Sigma Pi ROW 1 : Carol Barnwill, Helen Colley, Kathy Hall, Julian Black ROW 2 Phillip Tyler, David Nelson, Doug Plash, Cliff Meadows, Bill Armstrong. George Scott, Robert Lamon ROW 3: Mr Roy West Singleton, Jeff Higgins, Randy Nix, Curry Herring, Michael Cason, Tillman Black, Wayne Roberts, Leon Reed, Tom Matthews ROW 4 Edwin Morgan, Ben Lee, Bill Cook, Michael Gatewood, John O ' Brien, Robert Davis. Clark Wilson, and Don Hines I ADVISORS Mi [o pi. ' reek l)r Dean Allman Mi Robert I Stewart mn 136 OFFH I R " - ROW: Phillip Tyler, Sr. Vice President; W President for Professional Ann ities ROW J R. ben Limon. President. Curry Herring. Chancellor; Tillman Black. Treasurer ROW O ' Brien, Vi President for Social Activities. Rand Nix, Vice President for Pledge Edu The Dames Club ssaasssssssss m ; ■-i- ' -l ' v I ' ll - d- Hi 1 5 J? ?• , ?• -i 5 0T ' o| f 1 MB HI 1 t jB i 1 . ' : • V FIRST ROW: Vickie Thomas, President; Jamie Curtis, Secretary SECOND ROW: Ann Kelly, Jan Hargrove, Janet Gaston, Linda Vaughan, Donna Pettie, Vice President; Joanna Monday, Ryan Monday THIRD ROW: Caroly Gibson, Sponsor, Betry Marrs, Senior Sponsor; Phyllis Ingram, Cathie Cook, Charlenc Nelson, Sponsor; Starr Odum, Mary Lou Smith, Nyoka Copeland, Vickie Reeves, Karen Henninger. Gamma Beta Phi L-R.ROWi June Estes, Cindy Fuckette, L)r Canheld, Advisor K ) 2 Vanecsa Catrert, Luann Doan, Uawn Clcnncy ROW 3 Jennifer Fox, Cathy Culbcrtson, Diann Faircloth ROW 4: Nancy Kelly, Susan Thompson. KathyWard ROWS Sharon Pope, Lana Harrell, Jan Jetter, Joyce Rogers UP-STAIRS Donni Smithjames Miu hell, hill Nunnelee, Amu Russ, Be ley ( onner, Vivian Peebles, Ann Coppcdge, Theresa Johnson, Valeri Perdue, Sharon Dominey, Rebecca Eady, Pat Rhodes OFFICI RS ■ 1 Gardner Hall HOUSE COUN( Nanc) Champion Alice Carswell Sue R.n Deborah Moon Clare Rives Phi Alpha Theta ROW1 Pa ok.MaryWoo Pn idem Di Brool I rreasurer and Advisor, Pam Law Secretary, Paula Ryals; B« uCool Pai .11 I. A. Carrol, Ry Mathis, Duane Tway. Norma Mitchell, Keith Harvey. Wendell Lynn. ROW HPER Club nine i rs Dcbra Powell. Sciretan Lori Vi gins, Treasurer Beverly Johnson. President Chuck Monday. Vice President Pamela Norris, PubhutN Ml MHI Rs ronx ' i Pamela Norrit, Chuck Monday. Beverly Johnson, Loci Wiggins, Debrt Powell. RON! ,n Robin- ion, Cachy Flynn, Ginger S| . elrij R.OWJ limZorn Ed Easi Debbie Hartley Susan Sch Michael Kovach, Michael U d. Glenn Davis, Billy Dickey, rim McMullen kOW 3 Bruci Hall Do . W Barrett Hamil Hall HOL ' SE COUNCIL FRONT: TwilaSnell Judith Kensler Mona Davis Jeanne Nichols Kathy Ward Lisa Branch BACK: Louverne Brown Beth Schmedherst Delia Vinning Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi is the only organization, to honor education students on the campus of Troy State University. As stated in the Constitution and By-Laws, the purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high professional, intellectual and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions to education. Only juniors, seniors and graduate students in the upper one-fifth of the college academic rating are invited to membership. Chapter projects include the L. S. Vanderford Memorial Scholarship Fund; The R H. Ervin Award to Outstanding Seniors in Education, which is presented at each commencement; and the Foy Ingram Cummings Memorial Fund. OFFICERS Dr Nelson, Counselor. June Estes, President, Pattic Reader. Vice President, Joyce Law, Secretary; Diane Faircloth, Treasurer, Dr Covin, Counselor OLD MEMBERS FRONT Scarlette Abercrombie, Sharon Sncll. Robert Jones, Harry Talbot, June Covin BACK Andy Alsup. Dale Wiley. Erma Helms. Doris Daniels, Man Davis, Jean Buettner, Dr Ralph Ericbon MV. INI riATES IRON! Iimmic 1 V . Martha M -. Ijnur Fnuiloe Johnson, VX ' illum Bea n hell Kappa Kappa Psi ROW ONE: Jimmy Swindell, Ronnie Mallory, Howard Mathis, Mark Mills, Dennis Baker, John Harlow, Fred Wiley, Rick White ROW TWO: Terry Croslin, Connie Tardiff. Sweechean; Danny Luster, James Nuss, Charlie Crum, Everett Johnson ROW THREE: Tom Padgett, Rex Parrish, Rick Speigner, Daniel Byrd ROW FOUR: Dan Knotts, Harold Blankership, Donnie Brooks, Ed Self, Pat Rutledge, Larry Snead, Joey Knight, Charlie Jones. Kappa Kappa Psi Officers STATE OF ALABAMA ■v,-...,!. STAT E UNIVERSITY NEW BAND BUILDING GOV. GEORGE C. WALLACE CHAIRMAN, BOAR r " F TRUSTEES I James Nuss, Parliamentarian Harold Blankersh.p, Historian Charlie Jones, Treasurer Rex Parrish, Seirctarv Donnie Br x ks, Vkc Ptesidcni John Harlow, President Omicron Delta Kappa l-KONT Yumiko Kinno, Sunt Preston, Greg Aplm. Kieth Harvey, usie Priori, Cecil fcthendge, tlaine Stanford, Mickey rolsom. June Est( Lana Harrell. BACK: Paul Johnson, Larry Davis, Dean Gary Branch, Charlotte Preston, Danny Martin, Dale Wiley, David Kerner, Brenda Hazelng, Danny Sikes. OFFICERS Lan I PaulJ ! " rea Dean Gary Branch, Faculty Advisor; Danny Martin, President; David Kerner, Installation Officer; Da nOfl ei Brenda Hazelrig, Ins.,,; Fficei Pace Hall FRONT Nancy Trammclt.Jcanctte Marshall, Lmda Hale ROW Jane Brannon, Peytie Perdue, Linda Purncll. Sue Howell ROW ' 3 Patti Van Landingham. Carol DcVann, Babbs Bruce. Brcnda Stanford R( )W Bulger, Terri James, Laura Edwards, BrcndaW att ROW 5 Mary Hardy, Blake Simmons, Nancy Thomas, Sarah Russell. Libby Ezcll. Phi Eta Sigma Keith Harvey, Vice President; Dean Branch, Advisor; Kenny Alford, President Dean Hianrh, President Adams, Paul Staples, Kenny Alford, Larry Hcndlcy, Marvin Jones, John Shanklin, Keith Harvey. Dean Gibson, Vice President 148 Phi Gamma Nu ROW 1: Mrs. Milliner, Advisor; Beverly Hachcock; Mary Susan Taylor, Jennilee Smjth;Jean Turner, Terry Arnold, Mrs Barganier, Advisor ROW 2 Gave Gottlcbcr.Jov Wcm, Lana Harrell; Carolyn Berrey, Rachel McCreary; Kathy Ward, Judith Kenslcr; Linda Hales; Alice Carswell. Jean Turner, Louverne Brown. Elsa Wolfe, Javc Allen: Ellen l . xt Tau Beta Sigma ROW i Annette Bailey; Amy Plott, District Coordinator; Stacey Bnwna ROW2 Gail Walters, Dancie Brunei K den ROW 3 Nancy Janasky; Pat Anderson; Robin Caldwell ROW 4 rlene dementi • on ROW J; Connie Tjr liti . Nuu ( loolsby . Rhonda Alford; Annie Poston; Susie Dotson; I ' - Karli Ptomey; Sandra Jill; Deborah Bradley, President; Mt- John M Long Pam McGo Harold Blankenship; and D Long Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia FRONT Bill Anderson, Greg Hartzog, Larry Hendley, Mike Smith, Bruce Spivey, Donnie Brtx ks, Pitt LaCarter, Lanna Harrell, Sweetheart, Maynard Ferguson, Charlie Jones, Ray Pinland, Dave Kirby, Robert Matthews, Greg Saudcrs. SECOND ROW: Tom Padgett, Joe Hooten, Victor Dickerson, Teddy Phillips, Jeff Sheffield, Mark Skinner, Joe Keating, Tim Hammond, George Barfield, Larry Sncad, Jon Goad, Bill Byrd, Melvin Harris, Tony Whetstone, Conrad Driggers, Williard Snell, Joey Knight, Jim Folsom, Donnie Johnson, Randall Myers, Steve Kcan THIRD ROW James Nuss, Jeff Davis, Mike Page, Don Freeman, Andy Alsup, James Conner, Greg Vann, Curtis Loftis, Pat Rutledge, Jeff Simmons, Ski Whintcr, Rick Speigncr, Dr. Dennison, Oliver Boone. Phi Mu Alpha Presents Maynard Ferguson March 1, 1975 1 ft ft fl ■ 7 Psi Lambda OFFICERS SEATED: Tish Myers, Pres. Gloria Goodnight, V-Pres. Gail Prcsrwood, Sec.-Treas. STANDING: Dr Warner, Sponsor Mr Covin, Sponsor Brcnda Windham. Mary Rudd. Jennifer Fox, Tish Myers, Beverly Osborne, Russell Chambers, Mr Covin BACK Doug Williamson, Bonnie Bcaslcy, Chris Wishim, Dr Wamei ( athy Boykin, Gloria Goodnight, Gail Prestwood, Rosie Hincs Sigma Tau Delta FRON1 Jim Posi ) l Mrectoi ' .•ui.tl .1 Stradi r, ounst I Membei Yoakum, ( ounx I Mi n.l Dawn Bevilli Secretao BA K ( hip Gillespie, Vio President Bill) Walls Coui Rud) W Sigma Alpha Iota OFFICERS Susan Johnston, Treasurer Helen Moore, Pledge Trainer Denny Jacquart, Chaplain Susie Dotson, President Nina Goolsby, Editor Mary Swindle, Secretary JM Mr fai lttHL Wm rr r Vt a V -A Iff A ' ' jjl ' jlj ' rfri ' Jl ' -- r :i H ) ROW l Diann Knighton, Connie Tardiff, Carol Reiffenstein, Bev Hughes, Maty Collier, Sum. Shoman, Sonja Phillips, Dawn Rodgers ROW 2 Susan Butler. Annie Posten, Edith King. Gale Wildes, Dinah Bass, Luann Doan.Gayle Beasley, Mrs Jen Barr, Advisor Shackelford Hall ASSISTAN1 DIRK TORS R.miotu Roberts, Dorm Dir Beck) Hill HOI M I )l M II SI Mil ' ■ Student National Education Association OFFICERS Larry Brunson. Treasurer. Dale Wiley, Secretary; Dale Robins, President NOT PICTURED John Garner, Vice President l)r Ki ilir i Spires The Spires Club of Troy State University is a service organization which provides special services to the campus. The group is composed of junior and senior women of high moral character and high academic standing. Their sen. ices to the campus include ushering, tutoring, and serving during homecoming activities I 11 JHHHV MEMBERS FRONTTOBA K Anna Plott Mr- King, Advisor Brcnda Halzcrig Dale Wile) Jan Pratt (ra Gottlebcr Ijn.i H.irrcll Joyce I. .iv. nson Susie Priori Bobbi Dannlcy Mr- Mathis, AiKivir Gail Walters Nam | Kelley L Hates Ellen Doziei Ol I it I Ks S Social |i Rehabilitation Services J OFFK ERS Steve DuBose, Vice President Bctti H.irtm. Secretary-Treasurer r anda lohnson, President ROW i Brad Smith Wanda lohnson, Dre Gilmore, Reid Foster. Patrj Morris Nancj , ' • R ine , Kath, Meachen ROW , I iris K( V • Sarah Philon, Angelon Kerven, Betti Hartin, mes Mitchell, Jan Matthews, Da Student Nurses Association K() X ' i ( ynthiat ooper, Donna Bell, Dana Sikes, Debbie Earn, Nancy Ingle, Lia Rudd, Libba McHeanj R W Chappell, Donna Hu ins, Trina Phillips. Deborah Aplin. Raulle( aaey.Jotfl Rc ar,U ROW 3: StevcStraughfl, Becky Ead) Man son, Ellen Beam, Marsha Johnson, Rcncc Shields, Lynn Waller THE TROPOLITAN Si r Tim Rajney, Spons Editor Leslie Hayes. Allen Dillon, Leon Vainer, Reporters NOT I ' lCTl RID Kerne Mill Palladium Staff A new home, new staff and old headaches . . . the 1975 PALLADIUM was on its way. This year there were to be no lost pictures, no late hours and no last minute rush! Think again!! We didn ' t actually lose our pictures — some we never had to begin with, and we never had late hours — just those early ones! As for last minute rush — we patiently waited around for the last minute to start the serious work. The PALLADIUM staff took a trip to Hollywood, Florida in October and attended the ACCAP Convention, and in February sponsored the Miss Troy State University Pageant. Each deadline brought more questions than answers, but somehow through all the confusion and headaches, the 1975 PALLADIUM finally went to press telling the story of this university year. Beth Bridges, Edit. S ( Inwley, Advisor ' J • SPORTS ROJAN SPORTS m • f Bfl y --fc r 5. 11 ■I r | ■WW oxf$ I A4 J T Orrp ± : i- - - : : •• — ■ • 1 1 • ' H 1 POBl +% " .-« . » i I s . ■ ! - Pp ? ' -i ■ 167 1974 Football Coaches Whigham comes to Trojan Territory from Ocala, Florida where he was named head football coach at Vanguard High School in May of this year. Prior to his appointment at Vanguard, he was a member of the University of Georgia staff for five seasons. In 1969, he first joined the Georgia staff when he served as head freshman coach for his first of three seasons. Whigham was also head frosh coach during the 1970 and 1973 campaigns and he posted a three-year record of 10-4-1 with the freshmen. During the 1971 and 1972 campaigns, he worked with the Bulldog varsity as an assistant backf ield coach. Before joining the Georgia staff, Whigham put in two years (1967 and 1968) with Ralph " Shug " Jordan ' s staff at Auburn University. At Auburn, his alma mater, Whigham ' s primary responsibility was football recruiting. Whigham graduated from Auburn in 1955 and in the following decade, he posted an amazing 92-12-2 high school coaching record in Florida. He coached for eight years at Wildwood High School and took the 2-A school to several championships in a 3-A conference. Whigham left Wildwood for Melbourne High School and his work was cut out for him. Prior to Whigham ' s arrival, Melbourne had won only three games in 1964. Whigham ' s 1965 Melbourne team was the state ' s runner-up 4-A champion the following year, Melbourne copped the high school grid title. Byrd Whigham, Head Coach PHILLIP CREl I - 1 ilinator BILLY GRF.KN ( Mlrnsivr BiU ks I.ARRY MAIKR Linebackers JIM TOMPKINS Offensive Line 1974 Starting Offense and Defense jLnt-jn m Mike Andrews. OB Steve Banks, QB Keuh Barehcld. TB Richard Bassett. 1 B Vinston Boyd. II Bruce Br.ok- 1)1 Gerald Collins. QB Mike CulhcrtM n. TE Tim Cumu« ( H Alan Davis. H Mike Echols I B Tyrone Ferguson, SI David Flet BillGaichcr.OT Allen Graham. I.B lern Grocc. 1 B Tomrm Groce. 1)B Ronnie Hannah. (X. Mike Hutto.DT M.kc Johnston. DT Bame) loni s, 1 1 Donnie Jones. X , Mark K . Bobbj Let QB I k , mi LogtM 1 I David Low i K LynnMarsI LB Ton) Myriik. DB Phillip Pa Charles Pickett. HI I B lers.DT Inconsistent Gridders Finish With A 6-4 Record £F Troy State N. W. Louisiana 28 6 Troy State opened the 1974 season on an impressive note as the Trojans blasted Northwestern State 28-6 in a come-from-behind Gulf South Conference victory. After spotting the Louisiana Demons a pair of field goals, the Trojans rallied with touchdowns by Barney Jones, Mike Culbertson, John Raburn and Bobby Lee. The Trojans defense sparkled with four interceptions and five fumbles claimed. Troy State N. E. Louisiana 30 19 The Trojans continued to live up to their No. 1 national billing as Northeastern Louisiana fell 30-19 in TSU ' s home opener in Memorial Stadium. Bobby Lee threw touchdown passes to Tim Sanders and David Fletcher as the Trojans broke out a potent passing game. Perry Griggs scored another touchdown on a 26-yard run, Dan Lovett kicked two field goals and Steve Williams added another three-pointer. Offensive tackle Bill Gaither was named NAIA ' s National Lineman of the Week for his performance. Troy State 28 Alabama State 14 Montgomery ' s Crampton Bowl and 15,000 spectators saw the f irst annual clash between the Trojans and Alabama State. Troy State trailed until the third period when Perry Griggs electrified the fans and some 12 professional football scouts. Griggs caught touchdown passes of 14 and 60 yards from Bobby Lee to save the TSU win. Barney Jones and Vinston Boyd scored earlier on short runs. -w I Troy State Nicholls State 26 The Trojans stretched their winning streak to tour in a row. in Thibodaux, La. as Gulf South Conference opponent v to the Troians defense 26-0 Senior tight end Mike ( ulbertson snagged touchdown passes oi 10 and four yards from B Basset t scored on a 20-yard run and freshman tailback Jeron from one yard out. The ' 1 rojan d •• i » tin it ' d Ni tolls to a ■ - re nine total first downs tor the COnti Livingston Troy State 36 33 The 1968 National Championship team was on hand to witness the Trojans ' first loss of the season as Troy State and Livingston locked horns in an offensive scoring spree. Perry Griggs stepped into the role of punt return specialist for the first time in his career and scored twice on returns of 85 and 88 yards. Griggs established himself as a TSU and GSC record holder and contender for the national leadership role in that department. Bobby Lee, Mike Echols and Richard Bassett also accounted for Trojans scores. S. E. Louisiana 35 Troy State 25 The Trojans ' misfortunes followed them to Louisiana as conference opponent Southeastern Louisiana clipped all TSU hopes for national playoffs. The Lions put together an awesome offensive attack and contained the Trojans. Richard Bassett scored twice on runs of 30 and 1 1 yards and Bobby Lee connected with tight end Mike Culbertson for another touchdown pass. Dan Lovett tacked on a field goal. The Trojans jumped out to an early 10-0 lead, but Southeastern scored 28 points in the second and third period for the victory. HOMECOMING— 1974 Delta State Troy State 21 A near capacity crowd watched the Trojans ' third straight defeat as Delta State University spoiled TSU ' s homecoming festivities with a 21-9 win. It was the first and only time of the season that TSU failed to score 10 or more points. Delta dominated the game and prevented the Trojans from generating the offense which ranked them at the top of the conference. TSU ' s lone touchdown of the game came on a four yard run by Richard Bassett. TSU picked up a gift two points on an intentional safety with less than a minute to play. Troy State North Alabama 36 29 The Trojans jumped back into the winning dick at the expense ol North Ala! homecoming and it was sophomore sensation Pen) Grigg Griggs caught a record three touchdown passes in hiding 1 l .irder with one minute remaining. Griggs ' final catch of the afternoon came after the Trojans had let a 21- lead slip away and UNA jumped ahead 29-28 In all, Griggs caughl a record eight pass l ' X) cards He had already established hmw it . the ( rS ' s Play ' d the Vc.u uv of the Year in Alabama two honors he would later ro Troy State UT-Martin 47 35 Again, it was another offensive show and homecoming. UTM was the final opponent to fall under the Trojans ' fir but the Pacers rallied late in the game to threaten Troy ' s sixth win of the season. TSU jumped off to a 31-7 halftime lead then watched UTM score 28 pcfftits in the remaining two quarters. Bobby Lee connected with Perry Griggs again for a 48-yard touchdown pass and Griggs hauled another punt back for a TD. Larry Russell scored twice, Jimmy Campbell added another and Mike Echols also scored. r B F ' ■v r L ' lr w I 7 ' p I Jacksonville State 23 Troy State 12 Jacksonville State was seeking its first Gulf South Conference football championship and they made a major step toward that goal by defeating TSU 23-12 in the Trojans ' season finale. The Gamecocks sewed the GSC title up two weeks later. Jacksonville took a 7-0 lead early before Bobby Lee could find his favorite target, Perry Griggs. The Trojans went ahead 12- on a four yard scoring run by Richard Bassett following a seven yard scoring pass from Lee to Griggs. The Trojans led at intermission, but the Gamecocks put together 16 points in the final two periods to clinch the win. 1975 Basketball — A Year Of Improvement iWw ' - .r r . V Li 30 ' 1 50 ■ 20 I 1 52 i. 4 H fPf v T ■ I Ld i Rwj ll 5 ifJlBMBf " ? ■ 1 1 FRONT ROW: Par Halliday, Manager; David Felix, Nate Brown, Chip Crawford, James Love, Bobby Dav Mike Herald, Marvin Sales, Carl Hollis, Curtis Johnson. David Ellis, Dale Wood, Murphey Brown. 180 Some people called it a " Dream Team " but the state ' s sports pages referred to them as the " Super Seven. " Basketball has returned to Troy State University. The Trojans shook off six years of hard luck and posted an 18-8 record with the smallest team in the Gulf South Conference. The Trojans made their first serious bid for a GSC title but had to settle for third place behind Jacksonville State and Northwestern Louisiana who tied for first. Trojan coach Wes Bizilia was named the conference " Coach of the Year " for his efforts. Freshman forward Marvin Sales, one of the smallest men in the conference at his position, earned " Player of the Year " laurels by the GSC. The " Super Seven " of Sales, Carl Hollis, David Felix, Dale Wood, Chip Crawford, James Love and Bobby Davis shocked the GSC with their style of play in spite of TSU ' s height disadvantage. 1 [ollis and Felix earned All-GSC mention and were named to the conference all-star team that toured South America in late spring representing the Gulf South Conference and the I Inited States. - also landed spots on the NAIA District 27 rned honorable mention NAIA AII- America honors [ncludi tte ' s list of victories during the year ■ r colli Eck Stamford 1 fniversirj Coach Wes Bizilia Seasons Results TSU OPPONENTS 87 Jacksonville 93 75 Huntingdon 61 53 Livingston 40 79 Samford 68 111 Dillard 113 83 William Carey 82 63 LaGrange 59 74 UT-Marrin 70 67 North Alabama 82 87 Huntingdon 66 58 Birmingham Southern 67 67 Montevallo 54 76 SE Louisiana 58 68 Nicholls State 59 84 Daniel Payne 66 70 LaGrange 57 67 Mississippi College 59 57 Livingston 56 83 Montevallo 98 79 Delta State 86 83 NW Louisiana 93 74 North Alabama 66 76 UT-Martin 70 70 Jacksonville 85 76 Birmingham Southern 67 101 Daniel Payne 65 1975 Baseball TRO,. ..; •• - 3Su8BMb9sBHHBHBHBHIHHBI ROW 1 : Phil Hutcheson, Kenneth Capps, Dell Hughes, Malcom Swanson, Mike Mays, Todd Clemmons, Stacey Stevens ROW 2: Jerry Baker, Hank Furlow, Jeff Vardo, Ed East, Anthony Lazarra, Mike Williams, Bobby Curtis, Doug Williamson, Manager ROW 3: Mike Hutto, Pat Hutto, Gary Dees, Mike Johnston, Curtis Williams, Tim Long, Danny Martin, Larry Maier, Coach. r T Jdf ?f. - w §3l Season Results TSU OPPONENT North Alabama North Alabama Jacksonville Jacksonville Huntington, Ind. Huntington, Ind. Benedictine Tennessee Martin Tennessee Martin Alabama Alabama Montevallo Montevallo Huntingdon North Alabama North Alabama Jacksonville Jacksonville Auburn Tennessee Martin Tennessee Martin Huntingdon Montevallo Montevallo Livingston Livingston WkSi Jb «• rjrotjii S ft - TSU Track J_ ' «t?-AJ KNEELING: Ed Palmer, Dave Morr, Andy Whitencr, Doug Harris, Eugene Fortune, Charles Oliverjoe O ' Rourke. Lindsey Plummer, James Myrick, Thadious Cobb STANDING: Richard Pipkin, Jim Eastman, Thomas Klipp, Roy Houlton, Bill Garrett, Willard Robinson, Terry Crews, Tim McMullen. Dave Sutherland. Alei Studsfill, Terry Heninger, Willie Pukctt, Rnk Sullivan, Randy Treadway, David Shilling -. o club • " .. k i e -L. The Trojan track team closed out one of its more successful years in 1975 with a third place in the Gulf South Conference championship meet and ended up ranked among the 15 top teams in the nation. In the fall, the Trojan cross country team won the GSC title with a team made up of mostly freshmen and sophomores. Freshmen Tern, Crews and Ed Palmer won all-conference honors in cross country, then repeated as All-GSC performers in outdoor track. Charles Oliver, ranked eighth in the world in the 440-yard dash, earned two All-America certificates in track during the year . . . one indoors and the other outdoors. He is already a four-time All-America performer for TSU. In addition to Crews, Palmer and Oliver, others named to the All-GSC team were Lindsey Plummer, Ricky Sullivan, Rodell Turner and Willie Pickett. Plummer won the conference championship in the 440-yard steeplechase while Sullivan was the league ' s top pole vaulter. The Trojans won the fourth annual Troy Relays meet — beating in-state rivals Alabama, Auburn, South Alabama and Jacksonville State. Trojan Golf FRONT Rob Ashly, Ronny Mobley, Brad Davis, Rick Beck MIDDLE Bob Kelly. Joe Corry, Mike Leary, Mike Griffin, Coach, Cleve Coldwater, Emile Vaughn, Randall Lum BACK Gary Moore, Hank Whirworth, Wes Campbell, and Tommy Ziglar »» + A Gulf South Conference championship and the university ' s first major tournament victory in history highlighted the 1975 golf season at Troy State University. In his sec ond year as coach, Mike Griffin guided the Trojans to the national limelight with an awesome performance at the conference tournament. The Trojans hosted the tourney at Dothan ' s Olympia Spa and TSU walked away with its first golf title by a 29- stroke margin. A week earlier, TSU claimed its first major college tournament win at the Southern Junior-Senior Tournament. Favorites Auburn University, Middle Tennessee and Columbus College watched the Trojans jump out front by 13 strokes after the first day, then coast into the winner ' s circle in the final round. Sophomore Ronny Mobley copped All-Gulf South Conference honors for the second consecutive season and was the conference ' s medalist Other A1I-GSC picks were Bob Kelly, Mike Leary and Ricky Beck. The i ' ) 7C season also found the Trojans playing their first comperitive tournament againsi one ol the I fnited State military academies. The Trojans met the Midshipmen of the I IS Naval Academy in the spring and will challenge the I ' S Air Force Academy in the tall TSU Tennis FRONT Sceve York, Kim Meeker, Bill Snoddy, Darby Brooks BACK: Coach Luck Watford, Mike Messcr. Lance Dykes. Bill Stansill NOT PICTURED Mike Watson - Tennis Results OPPONENT Alabama State University Okaloosa-Walton Gadsden State Tuskegee Institute Columbus College Jacksonville State Livingston University Huntingdon College North Alabama Univ. of Montevallo North Alabama John C. Calhoun St. Bernard College Tuskegee Institute Jacksonville State Gadsden State Huntingdon College Okaloosa-Walton Univ. West Florida Spring Hill College South Alabama Montevallo Alabama State Livingston University Chattahoochee Valley Columbus College South Alabama SCORE 9-0 : i AMS£i 6-3 i 5-4 9-0 5-0 8-1 W 9-0 9-0 w u V 8-1 t 9-0 4-5 9-0 9-0 9-0 8-0 1-8 5-4 _.-av«. •» »?»%« Womens Extramurals — Basketball SITTING Debbie Bruce, Kathy Rezzarday, Tcrri Sprague, and Cathy Flynn STANDING Charlenc Hill, Sandra Huner, Marilec Catalano, Winnie Haigler, Kari Stowc Ginger Spraguc, and Kim Hutihins Womens Tennis Ginger Srague, Coach Joyce Sorrel], Karla Ptomey, Kim Ptomey, Becky Olds, and Jan Killum Intramurals In the mens intramural sports this year, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity had a strong team in all sports that could not be beat. They won football, basketball, and also softball. They were truly the Intramural Champions of the year. |8fi53 S MH ■A — M Intramurals In the intramural sports this year the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority won Volleyball held in the fall. In the Winter, Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority placed first in basketball and also again in the spring for softball. The Alpha Gam ' s emerged as the 19 7 5 Intramural Champions. I I N i Jim 04 ' ' U ' ,,1 Miss Troy State University yfo c fim Miss TSU Semi-Finalists TmiJ H( J omy Js [Mom humbeui rjjtnwn (UIHH JjoWiim oSi 7 LU CV Dmm ! 7 m WacOMy Miss TSU Semi-Finalists QLJk qfA First Runner-up Second Runner-up days of rehearsals, practice and endless hours of time, devotion and total cooperation resuited in the crowning of Miss Troy State University, 19 7 5. Miss Gayle Beasley was crowned from a field of forty-two contestants; the largest ever in the pageant ' s history. The Miss TSU Pageant is sponsored by the PALLADIUM and is a Miss Alabama preliminary. Appearing at the Pageant were Miss Pam Long, Miss Alabama 1974; Miss Degi Lake, Miss TSU 1974; and Dr. Ralph Adams crowned the new queen. Planning and coordination was done for the Pageant by Mrs. Jacqueline Crawley, PALLADIUM Advisor and Mr. Bob Pinson handled the stage production and set. The beginning was Sunday with a tea, orientation session and photographs at the President ' s Mansion hosted by Mrs. Ralph Adams. Rehearsals were combined with two days of judging and the end came on Wednesday night shortly after 10 o ' clock when the new queen was announced. Each of the contestants carried home with them a pin as a momento of the week. However this was only a small portion of what the gi rls received from the pageant. Fun. Work. Excitement. Terror. Understanding. New friends. Scholarships. Experience. Joy ... as well as the well understood feeling of relief . . . were all part of the Pageant. yifi ' M Heiuj rjatma Third Runner-up Miss Congenial if ' Fraternity Sweethearts ' fletw e Q mltfi Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart Delta Chi Sweetheart 7)elUC ' U j( ; Sigma Pi Sweetheart .... --v Theta Chi Dream Girl Pi Kappa Phi Rose 0n c PoiJC Lambda Chi A Ipha Cresent Girl J (iA zueyti ( S$e Homecoming Queen j FEATURES fa fi Who ' s Who and Why m DAVID KERNER, is a senior from Phenix City majoring in Art Program I — Srudio Emphasis. David has been active in Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Pi. Alpha Phi Omega, Argonauts, Alumni Hall House Council, and was a pre-college Orientation Student Leader. David is a member of Delta Chi Fraternity where he served as corresponding secretary and was sweetheart for Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. He has been a member and also captain of the TSU Cheerleaders, and in the TSU Color Guard. He has made the Dean ' s List and is the Student Marshall at TSU Commencement Exercises. JOYCE LAW, is a senior from Hueytown majoring in English Education. She is a member of Gamma Beta Phi, Spires, Kappa Delta Pi, Psi Lambda, Sigma Tau Delta, SNEA, English Club. She was honored as an outstanding member of Kappa Delta Pi and has served as secretary. She is a f ulltime wife and the mother of two children. O LIZ BATES, a junior from Florala is majoring in journalism. She is a ' transfer student from Judson College and has been at Troy for two years. While at Troy, she has been active in Spires, Circle K, Sigma Delta Chi, and the Tropolitan Staff-: " H to IK , 1 1[ « i ii 1 m MICHAEL FOLSOM is a junior Math major from Flomaton. Mickey has been very active in the AFROTC having won the Distinguished GMC Cadet Award and a four year scholarship. He has been active in Arnold Air Society, Floor Representative of Alumni Hall, football, and received the AFROTC Football and Basketball distinguished Participant Award. Mickey also worked as a disc- jockey at WTLJB radio here in Troy O CHARLOTTE ADAMS, a senior math major from Elba is a I transfer student from Enterprise St. Junior College While at Troy, she has been active in Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, Math Club, BSl . W Foundation, and has been involved in several tutoring sen ices 3 KENNY ALFORD, an English major from Montgomery is a junior I this vc.ii .it Troy. Kenny has been very active on campus in such as Sigma Tau Delta, English Club, Omicron Delta Kappa, Ass fusticeof theSGA, BSU, Co-Coordinator ol Challenge Life, Col Singers, and a member of the Christian Singing group " Sonshine " He has served as president of Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, and Argonauts He has been the recipient of Georgt ( Wallace Leadership Scholarship, Argonauts Service and Leadership Award and has be n an English tutor for four qu NOTPK TURED DEBORAH KM.c Kl am isasenioi elementary education major from Opp Deborah has been active in Spires and Residence Hall Judicial Board Shewasamembi Treasura " To Be A Leader — One Has To Be A Friend. " mMABETH WILLIAMS is a senior from Troy with a double major in History and Math. She is an active member of Kappa Delta Pi, Spires, and served as Vice-President of Adelphes. She is a member of Kappa Delta Sorority where she served as treasurer and has won the outstanding scholarship for the past two years. She has also tutored at the Baptist Childrens Home and has worked with the Special Olympics. O EVERETT JOHNSON is a graduate student in Music I Education from Montgomery. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Troy State in 1974. He is active in Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, and is currently teaching undergraduate level trombone students here at Troy. O DEBBIE BAKER, a junior math major is from New ' Hope. Debbie has been a member of the Math Club, Dames Club, Civinettes and " Sound of the South " band. Debbie has devoted most of her spare time to being reporter and also editor of the TROPOLITAN. S V EDALE ROBINS is a senior from West Jefferson. Ohio and has a double major in Elementary and Special Education. He has served as President of SNEA, and of the Debate team: Vice-President of Phi Kappa Phi, Council for Exceptional Children; Secretary for Council for Exceptional Children and Historian-Reporter for Kappa Delta Pi. He is also a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Gamma Beta Phi, " Sound of the South " Collegiate Singers, and Madrigal Singers. He also appeared in the productions of " The King and I. ' " " The Sound of Music, " and " Tosca. " Dale is also a minister at Henry- County Church of Christ in Abbeville. ® BILL NOVICK is a senior from Pensacola, Florida with a double major in Chemistry and Biology. Bill is active in SGA, and the American Chemical Society. He was elected chairman of the Adams Center Student Union Board and was a founding father of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity at Troy State. He is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity where he has served as Rush Chairman and Ritualist. He has been an IFC representative and has served as Vice-President. He was also a big brother to Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. ANDY ALSUP, a senior from Marianna, Florida, is a music education major. He is a member of Gamma Beta Phi. Kappa Delta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Psi Omega, Argonauts, Music Educators National Conference, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity where he has served ..- president and president. He has been very active in theatre production on campus such as " You ' re A Good Man Charlie Brown, " " The King and I, " " The Importance of Being Ernest. " " The Fantasticks, " and " The Visit. " He received Best Supporting Actor Award for his role in " You ' re A Good Man Charlie Brown " and Best Actor Award for his role in " The Fantasticks. " Andy is also a member of the Collegiate Singers and Madrigal Singers. He has been active in reading band and has served as drum major for the " Sound of the South " for two years. Andy is the recipient of the Troy Chamber of Commerce Award as Outstanding Senior Boy for 1974-75. I " 1 I JOYCE RODGERS is a junior Math Major from Perote. Joyce is I I active in Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, Psi Lambda, Mathematics Club, and SNEA. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority in which she has served as recording and corresponding secretary and rush chairman. She received the Alpha Delta Pi Outstanding Pledge Award and the National Scholarship Award. She has received the George C. Wallace Valedictorian Scholarship and has made the Dean ' s List. She won Bullock County Farm Bureau Queen and was Miss Congeniality in Miss Lake Eufaula. O CHARLOTTE PRESTON is a senior Speech and Theatre J Education major from Owassa. Charlotte has served as President in Alpha Psi Omega, and is a member of Playmakers and the Pied Pipers. She has been in several TSU productions such as " A Street Car Named Desire, " " The Visit, " and " The Importance of Being Ernest. " She won Best Supporting Actress for her role in " A Streetcar Named Desire. " She is also a tutor at the Baptist Children ' s Home and a member of the Alabama Speech and Theatre Association. t DEAN TUCKER is a senior History major from Panama City, I Florida. Dean attended Gulf Coast Community College before coming to Troy State. He is a member of Arnold Air Society, BSU, Christian Coordinating Council, Challenge Life, Intramurals and was a member of the [ngalls Award Committee. He was AFROTC Corps Commander and received : Cadet Award along with several other AFROTC! Awards. CLARK WILSON is a senior Business Management major from Andalusia. He is a member of Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business fraternity, School of Business Advisory ' Council, " Sound of the South, " and BSU. He has been president of the Christian Coordinating Council and Vice President of Challenge Life. NANCY CHAMPION, a junior from Greenville, is majoring in Biology-Chemistry. She has been active in Gamma Beta Phi, ACS, Beta Sigma, Angel Flight, Residence Hall House Council, Wesley Foundation and she served as a lab assistant for one quarter. SHFLBY NEESE, is a senior music education major from Panama C it) . Florida. Shelby has been active in Argonauts, Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, BSU, Collegiate Singer, SGA Supreme Court, " Sound of the South, " Madrigal Singers, and Vice President of Challenge Life. Shelby is also in E DALE WILEY is a senior from Newville with a double major in Special and Elementary Education. She attended Wallace Community College before Troy. While at TSLJ she was extremely active in ACE, SNEA, CEC, Youth Association for Retarded Children, and Kappa D elta Pi. She is President of Spires, and has been Vice President of ACE, SNEA, and CEC. Dale is the recipient of the Troy Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Senior Girl of 1974-75 JA( . ' ( )B PR ESTON, a senior English major from 1 Andalusia Jacob has also attended the University of Alabama. He has been active in and Vice President of Chi Alpha Thtta. He has also been a tutor in a workshop for History. O CEIL ETHERIDGE, a senior social science major is from ZdLA Montgomery Before coming to Troy, she attended the University of Alabama. While at Troy, Ceil was active in Spires, Phi Alpha Thcta, Kappa Delta Pi and S.G.A. She was a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority and served as President. She was also a little sister for Theta Chi Fraternity. N YT PI TURED SARAH JABLECK1 is a senior from Ozark majoring in Biology a nd Chemistry. Sarah is a member of Spires, Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, and ACS Chemistry Club She President of Beta Beta Beta and Vice President of Beta pient of the Outstanding Biological it Award and worked as a lab assistant A Successful College Experience Can In No Way Be Limited To The Classroom. " mLANNY McCORMACK is a senior History- major from Minor Hill, Tennessee. Before coming to Troy State he attended Southern Utah State College. While at TSU he was active in Air Force ROTC being Corps Commander, Deputy Corps Commander and Flight Commander. He was a member of Arnold Air Society and Served as Comptroller. He was an associate member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity and awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross Medal. He is also a Vietnam Combat Veteran. % Yl MIK.O K1RINO is a senior music major from Japan. Before I Troy State, Yumiko attended Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan. While at Troy she has been active in Spires, Collegiates, Madrigals, Choir and in the musical production of " King and I. " 3 DANNY SIKES is a senior from LaPine maioring in 1 Accounting. Danny has been active in Omicron Delta Kappa. Business Student Advisory Council, Alpha Phi Omega and SGA. While in the SGA, he has held the office of Vice President and Clerk, plus being chairman of various committees. He is also an active member of Thcta Chi Fraternity where he served as rush chairman, pledge trainer and President. He was President and Vice President of the IFC also. Danny has been a Kappa Delta Big Brother, and Alpha Delta Pi Guy and a recipient of the George C. Wallace Scholarship for Leadership " Sagr mJUNE ESTES, a senior from Wetumpka has a double major in Special and Elementary Education. June has been very active at TSU in such organizations as Kappa Delta Pi, Gamma Beta Phi, Spires, SNEA, Council for Exceptional Children, Adelphe Honor Society, BSU, and has made the Deans List. She has held the office of both Vice-President and President of Kappa Delta Pi and was president of Adelphes. O ROSALIND MITCHELL, a senior from Luverne is an I elementary education major. She attended Samford Gadsden Junior College before attending Troy. She is active in Gamma Beta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, ACEI, and received the W. P. Lewis Award for outstanding junior in education. .1 MARK KING is a senior from Tavares, Florida and is I majoring in History. Before coming to Troy, Mark attended the University of Florida. Mark has been active in Phi Alpha Theta, and varsity sports. He has played football and track. He was UPI National Lineman of the Week, All Gulf South Conference, and an American Press All American. NOT PICTURED: CAROL SMITH is a junior from Gadsden and is in Mum Biology. She is active in Spires, Phi Kappa Phi, gma, Adelphes, ami Beta Beta Beta She worked foi 1 id;- i risis ■ lab assistant in I tepartment. mJOE HOOTEN is a senior music education major from Florala. Joe has been active on campus in MENC, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma. Argonauts, " Sound of the South. " and reading band. He has served as Treasurer of Phi Mu Alpha and Parliamentarian of Kappa Kappa Psi. Joe is also the sweetheart of Tau Beta Sigma and band captain of the " Sound of the South. " O I REBECCA EADY a nursing major from Montgomery is a junior at Troy I I this year. Rebecca has been active in Adelphes Honor Society, Gamma Beta Phi, Student Nurses Association, SGA, BSU and has tutored at the Baptist Children ' s Home. She has held the office of President of the Student Nurses Association and Recording Secretary of the BSU. GAIL WALTERS is a junior music education major from Merret Island, Florida. Gail is active in Gamma Beta Phi, Spires, MENC, Tau Beta Sigma, SNEA, Residence Hall Judicial Board, " Sound of the South, " and reading and concert band, and worked on costumes for opera workshop. I GAYE GOTTLEBER is a senior from Hattisburg, Mississippi, ' ' majoring in Secretarial Science and General Business. Before coming to Troy shP attended the University of Southern Mississippi. While at Troy, she has been in Spires, Phi Gamma Nu, Business Student Advisory Council, a majorette, T.S.U. Concert Band and a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority in which she held the offices of Scholarship Chairman, House Chairman, and Guard. She received the Alpha Delta Pi Scholarship Award in 1973. Gaye has served the Theta Chi fraternity as a little sister and also as Dream Girl. O BRENDA HAZELRIG is a senior Physical Education major from Hayden. She attended Jefferson Statejr. College before coming to Troy. Here at Troy, Brenda has been active in Phi Alpha Theta, HPER Club, Omicron Delta Kappa, Spires, SGA, Women ' s Extramurals, in Volleyball and Basketball, recipient of George C. Wallace Scholarship and a Theta Chi Fraternity Little Sister. a SUSIE PRIORI, is a senior Biology major from Union Springs. Susie plans to enter medical school upon graduation from Troy State. She has been active in Adelphes as Historian, Treasurer of Spires, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Sigma, Beta Beta Beta, Gamma Beta Phi, SGA, band member and a lab assistant in the Biology Department. I TURED ANNA PLOTT is a senior Math major from Fort Knox, Kcntui ky Anna has been active in Kappa Delta Pi, Spires, Omicron Delta Kappa and Adelphes. She has served on Panhcllcnu .is Secretary and ident and is an active member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority She has an Assistant Director and also as Studeni To Reach A Goal, A Person Must Feel That The Effort Is Worthwhile ' mLAN ' A HARRELL is a senior from Opp majoring in General Business Administration. Lana has served as President and Treasurer of Phi Gamma Nu, Vice President of Spires, Secretary-Treasurer of Adelphes Honor Society, and reporter of Gamma Beta Phi. She is a member of the " Sound of the South " and of the reading band. Lana is also the Sweetheart of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity, member of the School of Business Advisory Council and the 1974 Recipient of the " Fayc Ellis Memorial Award. " She has been awarded the Dr. Ethel Marshall Fellowship Grant from the Alabama Federation of B.P W Clubs for work towards her Masters. m ELLEN DOZIER, a senior from Georgiana is an accounting major. Ellen has been active in Omicron Delta Kappa, Spires. Women ' s Tennis Team, Phi Gamma Nu where she served as President and Treasurer of the SGA. She served as an assistant director of Shackelford Hall and then Student Director of Hamil Hall. Ellen was elected as Outstanding Junior in the School of Business in 73- ' 74 and was appointed as a member of the Business Student ' s Advisory Committee. O MITCHELL SHIRAH is a senior math major from Clio. Mitchell 1 has been active in Omicron Delta Kappa, Argonauts. Mathematu s Club, Beta Sigma, American Chemical Society, SGA Senator, BSU, Alumni Wings Publication, Office Assistant in Alumni Hall and Housing Office, and a recipient of the George C. Wallace Scholarship for Salutatorians. Mitchell also served as secretary, Vice President and President of Circle K Club He has made the Deans List several quarters. 9 V mGREG APLIN, a music education major is a senior from Cresrview, Florida. He has been active in Argonauts, where he served as Secretary, Supreme Court Justice of the S.G.A., a senator, and on the S.G.A. Election Committee. He is also a brother of Theta Chi fraternity. Greg has been active in the music department by being in the " Sound of the South, " Collegiate Singers, and Madrigal Singers. He has also been in such productions as " The Fantasticks, " " Tosca, " and " King and I. " He has served as an Alumni Hall Proctor and has appeared on the Dean ' s List. BRENDA BUCK is a senior history major from Dothan. Brenda has been active in Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Alpha Thcta, Kappa Delta Pi, Circle K, Psychology Club and was selected to represent TSU in the 1973 National Symposium on the Presidency held in Washington, D.C. NOT PICTURED. PATRICIA BUTTS, a senior elementary education major is from Goshen. She attended Enterprise Jr. College before entering Troy. While at Troy, Patricia has ken active in Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, ACEI. Psychology Club, and Spires. She served as a delegate to SNEA Conventions held in Montgomery and has held the office of secretary She has also made the Dean ' s List several quarters. mMARY COLLIER, a junior from Elba is majoring in music. Mary has been active in Sigma Alpha Iota, Collegiate Singers, Reading Band, and Opera Workshop. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority and served as junior Panhellenic Delegate. Mary has entertained TSU audiences in her lead roles of various productions such as " Sound of Music, " " The Music Man, " " Showboat, " " Fidelio, " and " Opera Scenes. " She has performed for numerous local and state functions also. j DANNY MARTIN, is a senior Sanitary Science major from ' Owens Cross Roads. He has been President of Omicron Delta Kappa, and Vice President of Beta Beta Beta. He has been active in Gamma Beta Phi, Argonauts, American Chemical Society, Beta Sigma, and a member of the TSU Baseball team. Danny was listed in the 19 7 4 Editor of Who ' s Who Outstanding Athletes of American and has had a George C Wallace Scholarship for four years. He is a member of Delta Chi Fraternity and was a big brother to Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. NOT PICTURED. KEITH HARVEY is a junior history major from Moultrie, Georgia. Keith has been active in Argonauts, Gamma Beta Phi. English Club and Phi Alpha Theta. He is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity and is an IFC representative. He is also a Charter member and Vice President of Phi Eta Sigma. 239 Pied Pipers The Pied Pipers are Troy State University ' s touring theatre for lower elementary school students. They have delighted audiences throughout Pike County and in other counties within the state. The fifty minute program they give includes such children ' s classics as " The Emperor ' s New Clothes, " " The Princess Who Couldn ' t Laugh, " " The Tar Baby, " animal improvisations and nursery rhymes. The group is under the direction of Dr. David Dye and averages performing to approximately 6,000 students a year. FRONT Alice McConkey, C.rcg Vann, Charolette Preston, Kerne Millies I ,irr Hendley.Jo Ellen Norman, Joel Williams, Jackie Mann. Marty Hendrukson BACK Bird U ' my. Bodybuilding And Weightlifting Make Strong Debut At Troy State VINES TURK from Gloucester, New Jersey and a senior marketing major in Business Administration, captured the State Super Heavyweight Powerlifting Championship on March 15, 1975. Vines won with a total of 1,610 pounds based on a best effort from three different lifts. His lifts were 600 pounds full squat or deep knee bend; 380 pounds bench press, and a 640 pound dead lift. He won by 160 pounds over the second place competitor. Vines also represented Troy State in the National Collegiate Powerlifting Championships held at Missouri State University. He placed second in the competition with a total of 1,600 pound v This is the first time a TSU student or any other college student from Alabama to ever place in this championship. TIM GOODWIN, a native of Dothan and a graduate student in Business Administration, captured the heavily sought after physique title of Mr Alabama in Birmingham on March 15, 1975. Tim, age 23, also placed 1st runner-up in the Mr. USA Physique contest under heavy competition while representing Troy State University. Tim is the first TSU student to ever win Mr. Alabama as well as any other college student in Alabama and the first to place in the top ten in the Mr. I ' SA ( bntest The duo ot Tim ( roodwin and Vines Turk represented Tm State as best as anyone could in any athletic sport at Troj State I ' diversity They train themselves, have no coach, and train regularly tor five days .1 week The duo also paid theii own expenses to the National Championships along with donations received from students and selected faculty The) both are as fine of representatives as I Si ' could have asked tor 1 V 1 V ■ ■W B HflflEi ' J rf • , IP » ' • H PP» SBdi! RiSAV f a ' ■- " 7o See, To Be, To Love, To Laugh, To Know . . To Live Life To Its Fullest To Be What I Want - The Best! " 1 .BB MM •at- - i A Salute to Us — The Students We as individuals come in all different shapes and sizes and are found in all parts of the campus. 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" " hry.Denise. 2 Ziglar, Betty Joyce, I Ziglar, Georgia. 1 Ziglar, Thomas, I — .William T.J ihv M » 2 The ASN Program at St. Margarets Hospital in Montgomery y v §SOJi The City of Troy Is Proud of Troy State University Commissioner Winfred Kelly, Mayor James Ray, and Commissioner Al Gibbs I Quality First, that ' s the difference BILL ' S CLEANERS Located behind the Post Office ftfzens BANK OF TROY . . .the bank where you are SOMEBODY 566-6000 Free Checking Open 6 Days a Week WTBF A w rm J r-p 1975 ♦ rr °y imi 970 on your dial FIRST FARMERS MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF TROY The Bank With a Plan for Your Future member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ' A FULL ' SERVICE LBAIMKi 9 member Federal Reserve System r Phone 566-2270 Helping is Our Business Troy, Alabama C COX MURPHREE y FULL SERVICE INSURANCE OFFICE " M ONY REP. LARRY JOHNSTON H ■ COX MURPHREE INSURANCE CO. I223S. 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GREEN -Owner BAMKAM[RiCAflO ' DRUGS Eastern Tluto ...the family store CATALOG ORDER c ENT£p Associate Store Royce Stroud, Owner, Manager 100 Market St. Troy, Ala 566-1663 Jim Ingram Your Tailor and Cleaner ' We offer you Quality Cleaning and expert alteration " 109 Market Street Troy, Alabama Phone 566 1774 Douglas Bros. Jewelry Since 1871 Keepsake — Columbia Diamonds L. G. Balfour Dealer for Fraternity and Sorority Jewelry Watch and Jewelry Repair Troy, Alabama 79 N. Court Sq. — 566-1867 Bo and Scherr Quails ANDERSON TRACTOR COMPANY John Deere Equipment ' Farm Industrial 231 ByPass-N Troy, Alabama 566-4181 Wood Furniture Company " A store devoted to fine things for your home " 200 S. Market St. 566-0907 ?1 ®oton ., Square I? Troy, Ala. 36081 Phone 566 4501 " Troy ' s Finest Clothing Store " On the Square 14 4fc bt V)lie First Baptist Church 200 W. College St. 5663600 RALPH JERNIGAN, Pastor HENDERSON BLACK GREENE, INC. 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Court Square 566-0100 First Alabama.. That ' s my bank! First bama Member FDIC LAWRENCE HARDWARE Sporting Goods Benjamin Moore Paint Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies Housewares Guns Tools and Builder ' s Supplies 56 E. Court Sq. 566 0688 John Weed — Owner Complete Sporting Goods Headquarters Jerseys — Jerseys — Jerseys — Russcote Lettering — Sewn on Lettering — One Day Service A+hle+ic Shoes Track Flats — Many Styles and Colors Converse All Stars Pro Keds Puma Many More WHALEY LUMBER AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC Contractors and Builders LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS AND READY MIX CONCRETE Telephone 566-4630 — P. O. Box 465 Troy, Alabama 36081 Saga Food Service Educational Division Genuine Auto Parts 3 10 Oak Street Troy, Alabama 566-3301 m I350S. BruodidgeSt. Troy, Ala. NELL WHITTLE REALTOR 566 3216 566 2123 Commercial Appraisals Residential Rentals 566-3216 566 2123 REGISTEREF- JEWEL! ! s lad ' ' f J JEWELERS V_- P. 0. BOX 2225 DDTHAN. ALABAMA 36301 117 N FOSTER STREET • PHONE 205 794 6641 m K. £ i FOUNDED 1871 104. OF YEAR SEWIw. THE SOUTHS MOST MODERN AND DISTINCTIVE FOOD SERVICE SPECIALISTS • CANNED AND FROZEN FOODS • FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT Bfcaftdaw • PAPER AND DISPOSABLES The Home of jpul Montgomery, • MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES " Dedicated To Serving Those Who Serve Food " FARMERS MERCHANTS INCORPORATED INSURANCE 61 South Court Square General Insurance Troy. Alabama 36081 PHONE 366 2644 Wilma ' s Beauty Shop Her Majesty Shoppe 1114 So. Brundidge 566-2192 566-0936 SYNCO DRUGS prescription specialists We Fill All Doctor ' s Prescriptions Dorthy Gray Cosmetics 200 North Three Notch Street Phone 566 2610 U. S. Hwy. 231 at ifc Restaurant 55 iy Inn Troy Super Serv and Key ' s Bait Tackle Prompt Service day or night on 231 ByPass-Troy The Riverside •Tops Bottoms 109 Elm St. — Troy Features Headgeai [ncense 205 — 566 6775 lection U. S. Hwy 29 I 1 50 Lounge TB T TB T ■ MAIN SOUTHEASTERN OFFICE BRANCH TROY BANK TRUST CO TROY, ALA 566-1490 YOUR FULL SERVICE BANK bn depositor Inaurad to 120000 FDI€ MOItii Ol ' Ci ' INWIANCI COt ' OlAHO The Outrigger Inc, Open 6 days a week 566-5416 The Troy Messenger " Serving Pike County Since 1866 " Phone 566 4270 foYD N R f E R Boyd Porter Insurance — Appliances 66 W. Court Sq. 566 0781 Index - Ahercrombic. Glenda 296 Ab-cs.Dcnisc 90.30 Adair. Ruby Mac 508 Adams, Aim 114. 2 " 9. 506. 127 Adams. Aundrra R 308 lane 308 Adams. BonnieJ 308 ADAMS CENTER UNION BOARD 115 Adams. Chirlc- 1 Adams. Charles W, 2 9. 262 Adam . Charlie E 296 Adams. Charlouc F. 22 " Adams.Jannic- I Adams. John D 158. 308 Adams. John n. :-. Adams.Junr M ADAMS, PRESIDENT RALPH W 24-2 ' Adkins. Harry R 296 ADMINISTRATION AFRO CLUB 118 Agee. Deborah C 296 Agee. Michael Lynn 296 Aiken, Johnny W 308 AIR FORCF ROTC 108. 109 Akin. Elizabeth J 308 Akin. James C 308.122 Aldndge. Roscoejr 308 Allord. Kennerh W 221 - 18 AKord. Rhonda Kay 149. 296 Mien. Billy Frank 308 Allen. Claudetle R 296 Allen. Emily F 114.155.508 Allen. Larry D 308 Allen. Walter K 508 Allison. Carl R 508 Allison. Sheila J 308 ALPHA DELTA PI SORORITY ALPHA GAMMA DELTA SORORITY 276, 27 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA ALPHA PHI OMEGA 126.127 Alsup. Richard And) - ALUMNI HALL 120.121 Alums. Harry O 296 Alverson. Patricia A 308 Aman. Oregon Amesbury. Kathryn G 296 Anderson, Bernard 308 Anderson. Connie L Anderson. Der Anderson. Florence 508 Anderson. John D 508 Anderson. Laura P 296 Anderson. Pair Anderson. William M 130 Andress. Dawn Olenr ' I r.ael A 169. 508 I MT 125 Ann, s.Jed W 285. .508 Antlcy.Jancr K ■ Aplin. WillumG 120. 146.258.509 DEPARTMEN1 17 is 122 Argo. LccAnn 256. 277 Armstrong. ( lifl Armstrong. Jeannie 509 Armstrong. Kai Arnettc. Del ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 124 ■ Arnold. Lin I 220. 225. 279. 296 ART DEPARTMENT 51 asvx IATIONFOR. H . VI, ■ Baker. Jerry T 184.279. 309 Baker. Joe G 309 Baker. Lam L 309 Baker. Pamela L 285.296 Baker. Sidney E Jr 95.122.309 Baker. William C 296 Baker. Willur- I Ballard. Kathryn 90. 309 Bamonte. Catherine 296 Bamonte. William 509 BAND " SOUND OF THE SOUTH Banks, Karen J 255.285 Banks. Sreven E 169. 279, 309 BAPTIST STl DENT UNION 128 Barbarec. Elizabeth 309 Barber. Carol D 309 Barber. Curtis D 296 Bardeld. George E 120 Barfield. Rid ltd K Barker. Joseph D Jr 287, 296 Black, Danny Rs. 110 Blidc, luliann B 1 56, 297 Blicfc, Rebecca 1 510 Black. Wallace T Blackmon. Barbara - Brookshirc. Karen C Browder, George G crktr 509 Barley, Ann 296 Barnekc. Steven W 296 Barnes. Gloria J 296 Barney. Pamela R. 509 Barnwell. Carol A 156.157,509 Barr. Brenda S 509 Barr. Carol D 509 Barras. Barbara S 296 Barrentinc. Eddie R 296 Barren Stephen A 141,296 Barrett, W, II, am E 287 09 Barron, Robert A 509 Barry. Patricia M 5,309 Bartlettjanc L 509 Bartoli, Martin I 509 Bass Dinah Ki) 153 154,296 BASEBAL1 84 16 BASKETBALL 180-185 Bass, Shirley 296 8s ... , ,:., J 296 Bassett. James R 169.509 Basscn Martha H 296 Basr, Karl L 509 Batcheloi Ma I Bates. Li Batson, David I Baugh, Frank G Baulch.JohnE P. 289. 509 Baxter. James B )09 Baxrer.Judy R 509 Barzcll. Anita 256. 277. 131 . R lop Beam. Ellen A 114. 159, 109 Beam. Vicki Lynn J09 Bean, Peg -. 1 A 296 Bcaslcy, Annetti 509 eiiA 509 nic 152,309 90,154,211.2 Bcaslcy, Kath] BeiskT) Marilyn R 509 Bcauchamp, Aimcc I) Bcazley. Phillip B (10 ,., R sin Beckwith Roslyn P 120. 121. 310 Bedingheld, David W 510 Bedinglicld. Rc.lK-rt (in 19 Bcdsolc. James R 510 Belcher, Harold I Belcl.er.Jchn W 291 Belcher.M ■1 I 510 I IV;, Slo Hell. Fred Y SIO • ■ M I . ! , 1. ' ,275 Benron. Kac I ■ I ■1 M 297 1. ■ K )10 Id I 510 OLOl IENC1 DEPART 1 i kmon. Kenneth R 2S " . Hair. Bills D 310 Blanketuhip Harold 144. 145.149 Blcvins. Tom S 29 " Blocker. William E 310 Blough. Catherine P. 510 Blount, Christine 118 Blount. Herbert V Blount, TeresaG 510 BOARD OF TRUSTEES 20-25 Bodenhamer, George R 29 " Boghich. Mark F 283 297 Bohl, David F 297 Bonds. Michael T S10 Bondurant.JeanR 281,310 Bonner. Richard A 293.310 Boohcr. Karhcrine A 510 Boone. Oliver C 119.150.510 Boothe. Bevetls N 297 Borland. Joseph A 310 Bossvell Donna J 310 Boswcll, Doroth) Boswcll, James K 287.311 Bom. Kenneth H 297 Bouler, Alben I I, Bounds, Roland H 311 Boutwell. Shirles H ill Boss den. Locke D 311 Bowden, Rhonda G 111 Bowen, David I. 297 Bowen, Edward W 311 Bowen, Shelby ill Bowers, Kaths S sn Bowles, Deborah K. 311 Bowman, Sandra 1 Bowron Rhonda K Boyd, I VI. .res A mi Boyd GaryG 279, 11 1 Boyd, Vinston 16 " ), si 1 Bovctt, Alan W 1 11. 291, 311 IV.sk, n t ath) 1S2. 3U Boykin.Janice 311 Boysen.JohnR 311 Boaeman.CarlaM 111 Bozeman, Katie B 297 Bozone. Cornelia A ill Brackin, Deborah M 297 Brackin IL„ S 279 111 Brackin, Karen G ill Brai . 1 ieorgia M si 1 W 311 Bradle) Brenda K 111 BradJei Deborah I 1 1 Bradsher, Debra I Bradsher, James V III M 511 Bragg Ralph M sn Branch. Lisa R 114 ISrannen. William H 291. 31 1 Brani Cathy S. 311 Brannon, Charles S 279, 311 Brannon. Dewey A III Brannon. Mars J 147,275,311 Brantley, Annit I Brantlej David Branum William T ill ■ ■ I In, s i (9, |] , Brcland Edwin I) Ji . " ' 3 en Brcsvcr. David la-r 31 1 Bridges Eliaabeth 17, Briscoi Brenda S sn Brislin, Allen I 114.12, Broadwater, Rebecca ill Brock. Angic I 111 : I) Sll Brock. Lena R sn . ,1 CM Brogdcn Kath) S 149,2 Irookhan v. m Br, .sen DoTOth) 1. I Brown. Gary Darrcll 312 Brown. Herberr E 297 Brown, lames A 287,312 Brovsn. James Harold 29 7 Brown. Jcanettc 135, 112 Brown. Murph. lsc |12 Brossn. Nanci A 112 Brown. Nathaniel 180 Brown. PattiL 90.281.312 Brossn. Prissilla 312 Brossn. Sue Lynn 312 Htovsn. Teresa A 112 Brown. Vickie Lynn 312 Bruce. Barbara E. 147 Bruce. Deborah I. 112 Bruce, lames A 291.312 Bruner. DaunrL 149 Brunson. Larry D 123.135.156 Bryan, Connie Jo 253.281, 112 Brsan. James Q Jr 28 " . 312 Brsan. Tomms I 112 Br) ini t harks D 112 Brsanr.Glenda.l 312 Brzuska. Donna W 312 Brzuska, (.am t 283, 297 Buck Brenda Kjn 140 238 - ' " " Buckhaull Sandra E 112 - 11 1 - 1 : Bulger. Wand. (. 147 Bulloch. Steven A 124 I3un,l,i, k. Linda I 297 Bunnn. Donmc I 297 Burgess. James G 312 Burgess. Rodncc I 312 Burke. Richard III 297 Burklialtcr, Kenneth 312 Burnett, Fmmctt R 312 Burnert. Georgia I 112 Burt. Frederick t -1: Burt. Pamela A 265.281 112 Bcisbee. Benron I. 266, 279 Bush, AudreaV 125 Bush. Charles W 112 Bush. Christopher A 312 Bush. Geoffcr) M 112 Bush Susan T sis hi SINESSDEPARTMENi 16 Busses. Elizabeth I II Bu, let .lame- I Jr 297 Butlei Susan I- 125, 154, 253. 271 Bun Doroth) A sis Buns P Jm ,,a Buxton, Alice N Buxton. Ducloii R • ! 113 Bsrd. Darnell 119, 1 M 297 Byrd lVhrc A 313 Byrd William B 150, sis Caddell.JuesnM 275.313 l agle, lV nald Ras 297 . in |ud) W 3i s Cain, Kcnnnl, ( .,,,, Mar) I 141,297 Caldwell. John A 3is Caldwell. Robin M 149.160, 11 t alhoun, Barbara 1 181.313 , alhoun Harold X 113 . M 179,313 t allahan II Si m 1 ,ii ,,,.! 1 Margirei 3i 3 ilia . Yc.lal t alloway, Laura A Campbell, IVm I 281 t ampbcll, 3 harlcnc 31 S Campbell, Deborah K II! DcniUR 111 I ampbcll. James I- 311 Campbell. Kenneth R 3M 1 ampbcll 1.1 ,.. « ' i , impbell 1 isa 11 3 t impbell. Rebec. ,1 90,3 arum, William 1 113 1 mfi, Id lohi I 1 inlield. Michael 1 114,1 l inning Daniel W 297 t inflow I inda Capell.LoriL 113 1 ipeloto Vicki I. 3is , ,| 1 |a, 3 i I, 111 1 ,|.| 1 awn rtccM 113 t apps, Mildred I I I . ' 8 ( arroll. Stephen 1 Carson. Richard J in Micei: 118.149.29 ' ( artcr. Dennis Daryl 2or.. 2H9. I (arrcr. Sharon A Ml Casey. Otis T 114 Casey. Racilc iv;. Ml Cash. MarkS I I Cason. Michael D Mf.. 137, Ill ( iwlchcrr) CI SI. astlcberry. Rul A 287, II i Catalano. Marilee 114 200 Cater. Onal. Ill ( atrcrt Vanccsa 1 19. III. 297 ( audlc, Mar. I • ■ ( julct Scoti A Hi ( avlor. Annrm 123 I ||4 aytcxi Iscscrls ( cpha.. Dili ■ ( cphas. (.wendolyn in (hafm. James R 152, II i ( hambliss. Russell I. u I Champion, Leila N 1 1 " II i Champion. Nancy A 125. 2}] Chancey. Carol 85.277, in Chandler, Bcnns I. 297 Chapman, William R 297 Chappcll. Deborah J 2 159 ■ Chappell. Debra H Ml Cha . PaulJ 297 ( liarham. Linda Kt: • : 1 CHEERLEADERS 130. 1)1 ( hesser, Kathv A 297 (hestecn. lames D mi ( hildcrs Ramona I. M I Childers. Sidney W Ml ( HINESI OPERA w ( hitwood, Marti.c A M I ( hnsten. Isors .1 Ml Christmas, Rohm K 90, 111 ( IR II K IJ9 I lappi : pnjrhan (, 289. IM lark. Antrr!. I ( lark. Dcbra A (lark. James B 2m ( lark. Joseph G mi lark. Karl | I • Clark. Richard J in ( IAssk SDEPARTMEN1 Clement, Honnic R IM Clemenie. Arlene J 149.297 CLKMENTSHAU mi ( lement . Phyllis M M I ( lemonv Mattliru T 184, M 1 ( lenncy, Dawi N ( lilucs R,,se:, . Ion harlci A lose Stephen! - .,1 obfa Gcor M I ochrari 1 sun R OIIM.I.Vll MV,IH 0. 101 . 27 ' DavidK M - I amck.l,i- - I inn. 1 : Daniels. Ronald R IP Dunn.Sandn Col ejuett. San Danicls WillieC 298 Dunnavant. McKint Colquitt. Jerri. ' tyj 298 Dunan. M. 1 pain Robert J 2-9. in Danttclly.Carlotra ..- Dsess. Lance K M8. 196 Colvard. David « Darnell. Rob) R - Conneil, Douj Darrifcan, Anthonv H 291,317 - ■ iiiMIKh Darrington. Shirk) (..finer. K Rthtiu IK.. IP. 139. Ml DarciUc Dennis P JP David. Rett Fads. Rebecca A 116.117 ( onnor.James 1. Davidson. Susan R ■ David D 279. 315 Davis Barb„r, :- Consucsira. Edward S 315 Davis. Barbara 1 - 1 138.291 Davis, Bobby 13 II Jr 141,184.299 (ax.k. Thomas T 121. 12 Davis, Bradley P 117.192 Eastman. James N -- - imC IK.. 298 Davis. Charles A 169. JP - Cooley.Jisd) in ' .a L 2 » Das i. lane 2 " Edwards, la • Lee IP Fai»ards. Ronald W Davis. Glenn A 141. JP F tberr. Daniel C M9 Cooper.Jud) A in Davis. Jeflery W Farjrerro. H .. - " . jp Eiland. Dane 119 Cooper. Patricia 1 in Davis. Larry J I4t Faland. Pal ■ • Davis. Leonard G 291 FJdnd(te 1 ■ Copelandjohn R M- Das,s Mar) FJ ledfte. James 1 119 Coppcds!c. Ann M IK. Davis. Mr 1 Elliott. Frances M 119 Corhitt, Cathi 1 115 Davis. Mars Ellen Elliott, Beth 2 5. M9 ( orkins. It , M M2 Elliott, Robert G 299 Comeii. Stanton C 111 Davis, Pamela J IP Ellis. CraujK 120.119 1 115. 192 Davis. Ramona A 253 ,«-nnisJ 121.319 Costango. Kevin J in Davis. Reba.l R IP Ellis. James D ibeth 115 Davis. Rickey G IP Coulrcr. Debo Davis. Robert L 117.136 Ellis. Racht 1 • . .1 298 i -I- 1 t 1 PTIONAL Das;.. Susan K 275 Elmore. Ronald G ( HI1.DR1 N Davis. Thomas M Emfingei 1 Karen ( 149,315 Davis. Hiram 283.317 Endnsrer. Kim D 119 ( ..urv.n. la.un 1) }15 Davis. WilliamH.Jr IP Friglani: Chark (aowen. Bsenda M5 Davis. William R - ENGUSH DEPARTM N Cowenjeffery M 115 Wend. 1 si- i ' atn.iaA 89.119 Coven, Myrna T 298 Da. h. ' l . . ■ Pamela R M9 ( ox, Antho: - Enslen. Deborah T ri. 119 Dean, John T 29s Cox. Raymond F 116 nieM IP . Deborah 1. 119 Coxwell, Karen 1. IK. Dees. Richard G 184 ITT) R M9 298 I nernetic. Ruben IP Rl . T M9 . • .1) IK. : M Fpps.Janice 119 - Dclones. Rheba R IP ■ 1 DELTA CHI FRATERNITY 1 -p. (rank R 119 •. odnm W )io DELTA SIGMA PI 136.137 - 1 IK. • ■ Crean. Patrick M 116 Dcrrvberrs, Michael IP Estei lunc (rear. Oscar llh. 120. 116 ■r. R IP 1 -trv Deborah A 159.119 icl IK. IVvar.t i ■ Dcscndarc. Falna 29H . d A 119 Dew Dan Cross 122. IP Eihendtte. Frances D 119 Drives. Warren K Finer 1. Crcssvcll. Barbara G 116 Dickenson. Victot H • t. IP IcrraBe 1 . Dicks. Laura J 5.8, no. Il- Crittenden. Ros 1 It IK, l Ill HA1.I APARTMENTS 94.95 2 ' - 119 ( rook, Dels : Dillon. Allen D 161. JP Eae)l.Phili| • K 116 Dillon. Robert E Jt in J M9 Dismukc ; 1 . ■ Dismukt - F ( roslm. Terrs 1 16, 111. 161. IK. ■ ■ lames F 129.317 Fair.l ■ n 6. 116. IP. 119. 154 G Crum.lrm. 1 ■• Fannin. IX ' .llom 1 (rum. Linda B 298 . niej 2 j ( nitchfield. Pi Di.tss, v • • 169.298 ! - - ( harlene A Ml 1 .- ' ,i n IK.. IP. 122 . ■ Domino Anne MM ■ ( ulpepper, lit... B Detunes Sharon 1 DomillO, Michae; I ( ulpepper Wood Donaldson. Ann II Ml 1. M9 DORM Fl laulk. Emi . 1 Cumbtc. Rent i Dormi ■ ( ummin v 1 Dormines. Doiui i Faulk. Pan- Cumuie.Timoth) K 169, 116 ll R 118 FaulktK: M. . . • Cunningham. ( vnthia IK. ■ ' Cunningham. Melintla I • ( urvin. Tin i • | ■ Fedcr. ' is R ■ ' ( urrv Viviai S Ds.svn.nr, Belinda H MH • Rlter.Jiau ( urns. Linda 1 ■ ( urns. R.Jxn 1 .. - |i Fennclls.Pt. R S ( | « . - . 1) ■ ■ DuboM ' . k ■ " DAMES ( I • ■ - • K HI Flenher. D. 299 - - - I mnc 520 ■ ■ Foe. Debbie H fofuny.Pi Folmar. ljunannc 129 Folmar. Robert L . Folmar. Waltei " Folsom. Parr, FOOTBALL 1W ro Fordjacquelii l : orc. Ida Rr- 1a Forehand. Perry B 2 ' 9. 120 Forehand. Sylvia R 299 Forrune. F.uitencC - -- Foster. Carolyn R 1)8 Foster. Rani, Foster. Rebecca Fowler, Hclcr v n 22.214.171.1240 Fox. Jennifer 116, IP. 159. 152. 161 Franklin. Ralp- Franklin. Sidney R FRATERNITi SWEI I HI RTS Frazier.JamcS L Freeland. Rohc Freeman. Ber- . I Freeman. Dch, , Freeman. Donald M 119. no. Ml Freeman. Jan J " Freeman. Mai ' French, Dehor.,: - Frenthjames R HI Fryer, Louie F 121 ■ H !8I Fulford. Russe! Fuller. Car: 1 Fuller. Donna K 121 Fuller. Fmmcir F 521 Fuller. Mark T 121 Fuller. Ronnie 521 Fuller. Susan H Fulton. Kar ■, • Fuqua.Johni . Furr. Alan I labcrlavartc. Stanley 521 tabcrlavaitc. Veronica 52 iaffey.Tinal .aines. Dor iaincs. Sandra B MX] had 120. - iAMMA HI TA Pill 5 ' , .antt.EdnaA ' .2 ■ Gilliiand. Pamela D Gilmore. Andrew G Gucns. Kennc Gleaton. Vicky 1) (22 ■ Glisson.Jimm) R 500 Goad, lonathar. I IS) Godfrey. Tho. ' 6. " - Godwin. (Air I Godwin. Dd Godwin. Jerry : 122 . I 122 Golden. Richard H ! 19s an 522 I dnight. Gloria Goodwin. Tim 522 Gosnell. Lisa : l GRADUATE COUNCIL s- GRADI ATIO Gradwell.Way i Wayne 169. 522. 262 ... Graham. Glenn A Jr 287. 122 . la M 122 N (22 Grant. Kaths A 122 Grant. Mar " • Grant. Paul V 522 Grantham. Land i I Graves. 5.322 ■ ..... . , : GREEK WEE! 121 Green. Nina B 122 Green. Pamela R 122 Green. Tomn Greene. David 1 (22 Grcene.Janei E Greene. Stew I Grccnhill Hem 1 Greening, Karen J (00 Greer.l B Gridcr.Mary S (22 ..... Griffin, David 1 I 116, 122 Griffin. Roix ■ i. ' . ' M. 522 I . MaryN (25 . |. 1 . I I Hall.M 1. jo ■ I) I Ham. Vincent HAMILHALI 142 Hamilton. Glot 1 1 Hammcxk. iJchorah A (23 Hammond. Timothy P 119. ISO. Handi. Laurence I (23 Hanes. Stephanie A (23 Hanna.Jamclle I) (23 Hanna. Terry Hannah. R01 Hanncrs.Charle- I Harbuck. Allen « Harbuck. Jen, fi Maryl (23 Hard.man. Fas I (23 Hardman Gary 1 Hardy. Coline 1 Hard) lohn S h Hare. Lynn M Hargrove, George 1 1 1 Harkins Belli da I : 14, 141 Harmon. Virginia A (23 Harper. Cathcril N : 1 f 283 CallieJ Harrell. Una Jean 111 Harrcll. Linda Harrell. Unda D Harrell. Shirley D Harris. HelenJ Harrisjohnny M (23 IVir, 158 Hartley, Debbie S I Hartley. Timoth) N Harvey Anthony K 123 Harvey, Julia (23 Hatfield. Sharon H 143.123.323 Hathcock, Beverl) A Haveard. Charles I Hawkins Susan I Hawsey, Timothy A 100 Hayes, Danny R (23 Hayes Dorothy M Hayes, Leslie R 161 Hayes. Linda M (24 Haies William B Haynes. Rhctta I Hazelrig, Brenda I 140. Ha clriR. Ronnii 1 1 H ■ Hcan. Sehna SI 1 Heartsill. James A 14 Heartsill. Rohe.t M I Hedstron rhomasG Heffnei Sandra I 100 Heitzman, Randall I I . . 1 1 i,« , Helms. Rands 1 124 ■ I ■ Helton. William K 1 1 ■ . i I 155.(24 1 CynthiaS 100 1 lebra A (24 H Walter J 1 Hendrix Ii 1 Hei 1 M Henley. William L 119 I Hcnry.KathyJ I ; , (24 Hepbui B, :. 1 Herald Mid u I H g.Cu M 6.13 ' , (00 1 124 H ' i 1 I . 1 Ray R 124 HicksJohnM Hicki.N: 1 I 11 .1 Sand 1 . 1 . I :,,., 1 , !l I IK. 21.,. 272, 2SS, Hidle. Maryann H (24 Higgins.JeffreyJ Hightower. Michaell 121 Hildreth.John . Hill, Brenda I 124 H, 11. Janet 1. 124 Hill. Linda C (24.200 Hill. Rebecca Ann 155,324 Hill. Sandra L 119.149.325 Hilyer, I ehorah C 267, 275 Hint,. RosieA IV. 12S Hinson, Randall P 293 WO HISTOR DEPARTMEN1 II Hobdy Stella P (25 Holladay, 5 atherinc 125 R • . 1 1 D • .. . D (25 Holliday.Jackie R 125 Hollis. Carl Lee 180 Hollis. Margaret S 125 (00 Holman, Jeanne ( s;s I . !X Holmes Martha R Holmes. Rhonda M Holt, Richard D (25 HOMEt OMINl . HOME! tIMINt, HI At I lis 222 HONORSDAY 60 Hood, Ternsa ( (25 Hooper, Mleni I 285, (00 Hooper. Gail R (00 Hootcn.luc R 119. 15 Horn, Norma Sue (25 Home, Dennis A 291 125 Home. James K (25 Homsby. Billy I 125 Homsby. Randall (. 2s--. (01 ■ Houlton Roy H 122 B8 I " H House. Robert 1 I: - 15 ' . b rah 1 9 277 1 (25 Houston, Scot) keborah I H ward, Melinda M 281 (25 Howard. Robert D (25 Howard. Vickey M (25 Howell, Eugene (01 11. .vsi !l liiann 1 " s : i Howell, Patricia R Howton, l)a „l I- (25 HP1RC II 15 ill HPER DEPARTMENT so Huiiman. Rixlncs 1. 289 (25 Hudson. Clovis 1 201.12s Hudson Jodie R 12s Hud,.,n lam M 291 (25 Hudsoi MaryO 12s Hud-., 1 Patsy Ann 125 Hudson. Philip A 12s Hudson Ronald R 289 Hudson, William D 125 Hun lackR (25 Huggins Deborah 1 123 Huggins, Donn 1 Huggins.Jimmy 1 (26 . .. 1 Hughes is 1 Hughes, Hilhe Ann 126 Hughes. DellG Hughesjanict D 126 Hughes. Jerry « Hughes K lii 1 18 • !« Hulben Deb , 1 Hunter. Gwendolen A I llu, ■ 1 1 ha A 12i Hut henson, Phillip 184 (26 Hut 126 llu, • Hut Patrick n -1 -. ' INGA1 LS w RI Inga 1 Ingle, Nancy 1 125, 159 ■1 [5 (2ft INTI RFRATERNITi OUN II INTR 5.MI t VLSSPI IF rS KM 10 Ivey Hugl I ' hi, I,, h -.,, il. Deborah I) 126 l.i.kvon. lablonski (26 la.kvm.Ma 126 [ackson. Robert I. 141,326 Jaikson. NX ' I jlt- 279, (26 Jacobs. Janice D 126 jKobs. Mark A (26 Ja.iiuart. Dcniyc A 154.87,326 J J. quay. Stephen M (26 BrcndaK (26.149 James ( harles K 126 Jamcy. Danny lu 26 " James. Janet T 114 I James. Larr, I) James. Patricia A (26 Jamcv Tomn ii .ski. Ian. a „n, J.. I Jenkins, Andrew Jenkins. Mike D lenkii iD . (26 Joe, Parr,,:, I Johns. Kenneth I, (26 loliny. Roy I) 126 ■ I 126 Johnson. Deth A 14, ! Johnson. Beverly A 129 Johnson. Billy M (26 Johnson.! unisj 180 126 Johnson. Dennis K 126 Johnson, Donn) X ' 119. II Johnson, I ugent K ■ Johnson Marian M 12 ' Johnson Marilyn J Mar, 1 Man 1 ■ Mary s ' Johnson Mary W •2- n, Theresa M ) • . on. Tim Alan in, Walter I) (2- .n. Wanda A ■■ ■. 1 ,.n, Susan 1 (. ' - . jr. l lean Angela 1 (. Anna A (. Barney 1 69, B llcyrrly V 1 ( harlic 1 i • Donald M i.Jana 285, 12 I, Kathleen I) . Kenneth I. ordan Hiran I urdin lohn 1 1 I ordan M in n I ' .Ml. . il Kancjamc I Uvton. Elizabeth J 285. 129 KAPPA DELTA SORORITY 280. 281 Layton. LindaJ 285. 329 KAPPA DFLTA PI Hi Lazzara. Anthony Jt KAPPA KAPPA PSI 144. 14} Leake. Bonnie M 329 Kauf man. Christopher 283. 128 Lean , Michael J 2 ' 9. 329. 192 Kazmierczak, John C 301 Lccompte. Oscar D 302 Kcan. Stephen B 98. 150. 128 Ircroix.John D Jr 302 Keating. Joseph M 150.328 Ircroy . Braxton L Jr 240. 283. 329 Keeble. Linda 1) 128 Lcdbetter. James H 329 Kcenan. Ham E Jr 29(. (2K Irdbetter, Ruth D 302 Kellcy.Angclia 141.(01 Irddon.MyraJ 129 Kellev. Bonna E. 128 Irdyard. Beverly D 329 Kellcy. Randolph W 328 Ire. BrnP 136.302 Kelly. 1 - Ire. Bonnii Kelly. Georgt M 279, 128 Ire. Carol 229 W 328 Lee. David R 129 . F 1(9. 151.328 Lee. Don • Kelly. Robert E Jr I2H. 192 lee. Elizabeth T 285 Kelly. Robctt W 293, 328 Lee. Fredene 275. 329 Kelly.San.li H Lee. Jack Eugene 129 Kendrick, Katl Ire. Jam.- 1 Kcndnck. R. .: ■ Ire. Jam.e P 330 Kennedy, Linda K 142 Ire. Kennetl Ire. Pamr .. Kennedy, s. Ire. Patn. Kennett. Roylcne (2H Ire. Robert V 169, 330 Kenslcr.Judit! 1 Lenny, R.n . Kent. Rebe, Lemon. Elizabeth 212 Kerner. Funk D B, 1 10. 146. 279. 226. 301 Lcverctt.J Terrell 130 Kervin, Angclcon M 158, (2H Lcvcsquc. Gregory S 330 Isaac 293 le»i., Daniel R 110 Kervin, William K. 328 Lewis. George F (30 Ketcham. Kathryn R. 90. 128 Lewis, Gerry D ■ R 128 lrwis. Michael E 2 ' 9. 102 Kcv.Jcant " . Lighifoot, Delia S Kilcrease, Cynthia D 328 U nam. Dot Kikrease. Deborah J 22 ' . 301 Lindberg. Nancy E 158.110 Kilcrease.Teri Lindsey, BrendaJ 302 Killam.Jan l Lindscy, Ernest D 302 . Lindsei 1 epl P Kimble.Jamt - Lindsey. Randy M 302 King, Danny 1 Linn. Walter D |i King. Dixani Liscnby. Pamela!. . Little. Tamara J K)2 - l.ittlelield. Angie D IK) King. George G It 12 Ltvermorc. Evelyn M 330 1 Larr) « King. Mark A 169 13 H : i 128 Lockarr. la W 293 .me 1,4, 125.213. 214.. ■ • Locke. William R King, The.. t .... ' . ■ 1 no. 302 Ia»k» .. - 1 Kirino. Yun . lamest Jr 30 ■ i ; laigan. Dal M Kirkland.Jenn 1 Logue, Hilmon D 169 Kirkland. Miry 1. 128 Long. Charlie J 302 : - . . . i Klauss, Arthur H (02 la,ng. Denni 1 • 6, 117, 328 . - Klipp, Thomas Eugene 186 Long, Michael M 130 1 1 III. 150. (29 Long, Pats) Knighton. Dunn 90.154.329 . 19. 144 . - 39, IK) Lopei « H i Lott.John si l A 129 ' 1 laHighridgc. I mn. S! Koiner.Timoil . N Loveless i ■ .. 1 ((i Loving, Jesse G 131 1 ' ..ell 141.329 Krcis, William A (29 Lowe. Rid Ksser. Irsrn 1 Kyiar.Ji Ten 1 . K ((1 1 lamcry.Shcrrcr D 131 l..wman. R.iscniarv ((1 la.jrlcr II. 1 l.uskerson. Pairicia Kl ■ l.um. Wren A 1 M (il Lamb. Rem. S r K ((| LAMBDA 1 HI Mima FRATERNM Lusrer, Danny A Lambeth, Randall A 129 [y A (11 Lamon. Robert H ■ .el ((1 Lancaster, II. i ■r|| 11,1 H 1(1 ' i • M . ..II (11 . ■ 111 . r hi ■ ■ ' Law, Pamela K k A (d 1 1 3U. IMiim EMEN1 DEPARTMI Manmch. Arthur C 331 Donald W 302 •.rge.M 2-9.331 Maraman. Mr Marthant. JamoC Ji Markham. CeleneJ 155.331 Markham. Deborah A. 332 Marsh. D Lynn 169 rayleN - Marshall. Jeanette D Marshall. Joanic D 132 Marshall. Julie A 332 Martin. Bart..:. Martin. Char r Manin. Danny Joe 146.184.;. Martin. Hugl Martin. Jan.r Mamn.Jam.- Manin. John I Martin. John I) 132 M Martin, Miichell J 132 Manin. Pamt . Manin. Pan . Mashburn. Kr M • Mason. Beniamin R 332 B ((2 Masters. David L 132 Masters. Timothy A 132 MATH DEPARTMENT 12 I ■ Mathis. George H Matthews I ■ M Matthews. Jan I 158 Matthews. Roben A Matthews. Victor T 116.132 Maxwell Martha A 132 May. Ben VI May. Ferrell W 132 May. Vera M Maylield S M. Adam-. Gary I) 121, 263, 13 M.Arthur Beclr) ■ McCann. Diani I ' ne (02 ■■ McCommon, R ' .ne 132 1 132 x Mel ■ ■ M M.i oy.Mauoi I M. ray. Mid I McCreary. Rachel M McD McDaniel. k- M. Daniel. Wendell R 132 ' |a Kai ■ - McGee.Myn McKmney. R. .1) 112 looev Patricia Ann KM MiLcndon. A Milrndon. H Sl.lr..! l.i " ■ Meeker. Kirr. T 533, 196 Meeks.JehnD 121.333 Mecks. Millar • Mecks. Randa V Mclion, F.-c.i. : Mcsscr. William M (03 196 Met . Donr.a I Mitkle. Ronald Mike!. Joseph R (33 ! Miller. Earl I (33 Miller. Can 120. 121. 126,285. (03 Millet Hue, E 2 9. 333 Millrr.Jer.-. I Miller.JosephS 503 , -■■ Miller. Teresa B. 333 Miller. Terry M (03 KerrieD 240.333 Mills, Mark A 119.144,333 Mills. Terrell D 119.335 Milner. Lizabcrh A 90 Millon. Debora Minrer. Thomas R 333.262 210,211 Mitchell. Dorr I Mitchell. James L 139. 158,333 Mitchell. Lauta I Mitchell, Martha M 143. 505 Mitchell. Rosalind . Mithen. Isabe I Mithen, Thomas S 333 Mixon, Dennis L 333 MiMon. Debt • Mix n. Roger M 283, 303 Moates, BrcndaC Mobley. Ronald L 334.192 Mobley.Zcldi B Modlin. Frar.l. • . ret S 303 -r K 23 net 13 " . 141.303 Money, On Money. Etht M Money. John B 334 Montgomery. Robert C 285.534 klinT (34 Moody, Lee Roy 279.303 ' ■.1 Moon. Deborah 140.354 Mooneyham, V. Elaine 16. 354 Mootr, Cynthia Moore. Frcdd.c I i 293. 192 Moore, Helen M 119, 134, (34 I 354 Moore. Margaret 283. 554 • ' • Moore, Susan H Moore. Timothy I) (03 Mooter, Muhael N (34 I 156. 505 Morgan. Sandra G (34 Morgan, Tommy I) 331 Monng. Jerry M (34 « HI Morns. Donald A «n K (34 Morrison. Audrey A 154 Morrow, Rhtx ' 281 ■ Mothershcd . ' . - Ins Motley, Tedd| ' ■ ■ (35 lATlONAI Myers Twyli 141, 152.333 Msruk. James 188.355 Myrick. Kathrvn B 281. My rick. Rcba 135 Myrick, Tony Carlton io N - a ,3, Nash. Dana. M 535 Needham. Roben A B 503 Neesc. Randal I (35 245 Neese. Shelby Don 231.305 Nelson. Billit S - Nelson. David H 136,335 - (3! Nel-on. Karen J 281.335 Nelson. Robert S (35 Nettles. Alison L. 335 Neudecker. Alita S 253.261 Newell, Alvinjt (35 Newman. Alan G 122.335 Newman. Dixie D 281,335 Newman. Janet L 273. 281. 335 Newman. John P 129,335 Soman, Patsy Lynn 281, us Nichols. Chi • Nichols. Helen B. 267. 285. 355 KathyK (03 Martha I it: (35 Nichols. Pcggs I (35 im (35 N.x Randall I ) 136 137 (03 Nobles, Johnnie K 335 Nodme.John R ! (5 N Nolen. Charles W us Nolen.JanieB 155.505 Nolen. Ruth A (36 ■ G (36 Norm.John I (36 Norris. Michael 1 (36 Norns. Pamela.! 141,303 Novick, William M 114. 115,229.283 Nowell. Sharon H (36 Nunnelee. William H. 1 39. 505 NURSING DEPARTMENT si. 53 Nuss. James E 144.145,150.356 Obcar.Connil 1 136 O ' Brien. John F Jr ! • O ' Brien, Yvonm I Linda Sue 336 Odierno, Frank P Jr 237, (36 Odom.l at-:,, i (Mom, Kenneth 536 (Worn. Shelia Ann 305 OFFCAMPUSUFE 104,105 Oglcsby.Ani : Oliver, Charles Jt 188.336 Oliver. Su an Diane lit, - OMIl Ri (N DELTA KAPPA 146 O ' Neal, Bonnyc A 556 336 ' i I 188, 505 Owen, Grace M i (wens Deborah 1 PACEHAU Paden.Jay All. I K 144. 130, . Pag si rill li (36 Palmer, Edward I 188, (36 PALI M ' H M 162,165 PANHI LLENI IMI II Paramore. Kalhy A 3 St. ()6 Parker. Danir I Parker. Mar,.... I (36 Parker, Philip l (03 i Parrish. Rex A I II I IS. (J Parnsh, Wil ian Parsons. lai • 1 hi, . W 516 Paul. Frank R 503 Paulk. Ellis A 305 Paulk. Kathleen S 1 Paulk. Ronald D 33 Peck, Jessie Mae 55 Pedcn.JaniccC 1st, 139 Pelham, Warren A, 503 Penn. Melissa A 556 Pennington. Margaret 303 Pennington. Mary I 336 Pentz, Teresa E. 273.276 277 (36 Penuel, Landa E, 253,275,336 Perdue. Pes tie K 147 (36 Perdue, Valerie L 126.96.36.1996 Perry . Annette 556 Perry, Fred B 536 Perry. John CJr 305 Perry, Pamela J. 556 Perry. Roben H 336 Penree. Robin E 537 Peters, Daniel W 303 Peters, Fay la D 129,337 Peters, William M (37 Peterson. Catherine 114,337 134 Peterson. Mary J }37 Peterson. Peggy L 285, (37 Petntsis. Annie V 337 Petri . Frank C 28 7 . 505 Pettie, Donna Bntt 158 Petry. James 1 (37 Petty, Jeffrey. A 137 Pezent. Betty C 305 PHI ALPHA THI1 A 140 PHI ETA SIGMA I 18 PHI GAMMA Nl 149 PHI MU SORORITY :s4. :ss PHI ML: ALPHA SINFON1A ISO Phillabaum. Kathleen 337 Phillips. A Mane 337 Phillips, Beulah I 103 , Edd.e I- 357 Phillips. Mar, I 137 Phillips. Michael W 137 Phillips, Russell G. 303 Phillips. Sonia L 119. 154, 137 Phillips, Stanley R 137 Phillips. Tnna C 159.337 Pinion. Sarah J 114.118.158 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION DEPARTMENT 13 Philpott, Gary ( (37 PI KAPPA PHI FRATERNm . ' 1 Picket! t heryl V 169, 137 Pnketl. Samuel W 169 Pickett, Willie J 188 PIED PIPERS 248 Pike, Tommy 1 (37 Pintkard, Betry 305 I ' ll.skard Ij . M 1 ' Pipkin. Richard R 337, 188 Pippin II I inn (37 Pittman.John I (03 P.tts. Dennis R 503 Plash. John D 121, 136 (37 Plott, Amy E II " Ploit. AnnaR 116. 157, 253 167 236 ' 5 (03 Plummer. Lindscs 1 lis 188 (03 Poglic It m W 358 Pope. Glen A It (38 Pope, James M (03 Pope. PamW 285,338 ■ Porath, Dcanna 1 Uh Porter. Andrew I iss Portera. Donna I us Posey, Shirley A 138 Poston, leia A 6, 13, 119, 1 19, isi. (38 Poston Stanle) R :ss 138 Powell, Bevetli 138 Powell, Debra J 141 Powell, Geni ta E 90,221 Powell, Michael 1 Powell, Roge. A (38 p.mrrs, [era 1 Pratt, Janiih S 157.303 Pi ... i.j.ii 11 (03 Pratt. Robert W (38 Pn con M Vicki 138 Pn r ... s.,,,, (38 Presley loannS (03 m 11 1 i, )0 240 138 Preston lacob « Pn rwood 1 15 ,1.1... Pryoi Roben K PSI LAMBDA 103 Puskctt. Cynthia A Pugh. Delane 358 Pugh.JohnR 304 Pit rum Hesky A I Quails. Charles K Ms Quails. Nancy H 304 Quinley, Joseph 1 Raburn.John M 169, (04 Rathel. Teresa J us Rafferry. Frames L 123, (04 Rainer. Frederick W (38 Rames, Yvonm 1 (38 Rainey. Raiford E 124.304 Rainei. Timothy M 161, 338 Raley, Carl H Jl (04 Ralev. Rhonda C 151,504 Randolph, RhondaJ 281.558 Raw Is, Charles R 138 Rawls. MarvL (38 Ray, Cynthia E 285.504 Ray. Donna l. 4,213,215, 253, 281, Ray. Fred R -is Ray. Karen L 558 Rav. Kathleen M " s Ray.Pnsulla.l (38 Ras.Su anna I 125, 140 us Reaves. Manor, c A - (8 Redmon, Eva G 129 138 Reed. Charles s sis Reed, Robert 1. Us. 136, 121 -is Reeder. Bobby R I (8 Reeder. Nina H 304 Reeder. Robin M 277. UK Recscs, Bobhi B (38 Reeves. Brenda K (38 Reeses. Gary M us Reeves, lames D us Reeves. Mary I sol Reeves. Peggy t ) -s Register. John I us Reich.JoanT us Reid, Cynthia D 504 Reid, Glenn S (38 Retherford. Ronald B (38 Reynolds, Donna L (39 Reynolds, lames M Reynolds, James R 139 Reynolds. Johnnie H S04 Reynolds. Ted W 291.139 Rczzardav.Joan E 159.504 Rezzarday, KatheriiM 200 Rhoades, Wesley G sol Rhodes. Michael N (39 Rhodes OdisDwain (39 Rhodes. Patricia.! I 19 104 Rice, Jolynne S (04 Rich, Ellen 275 Rich Sin 275 Rich, Sybil J 139 Richards, Janet M 139 Richardson, demon R 120,291 (3 Richardson, Daniel O Richardson, Glo Richardson, Margarc 123 104 Richardson, Paul I Richardson, Robert C 119,237, (04 Ruhter. Peggy I sol Rickett.f larissi RJdgcway, Deborah A so, Ridley, Jessie! (04 Ridley, Peggy K (04 RIGOI ill " 101 Rigdon, Karen 1. 267, 277, 139 Rincharl.la.k I I Rinenbach, L01 Riner, I indi M Ris.s. lull., 1 123. 140, 504 Rives, Rosemary 277, 139 Roberts, Anne (04 Roberts, Annul R 63 272,287 Rob rts, In,..- M 139 It,. I. rts Nam 1 K 139 K.Jx.is Ramoni I 123, 151, 139 Roberts, Wayne A 136,339 Robertson, 1 ithi M (39 Robins Dale I) 156 Robinson, t amc 1, 114, I Is, (39 Robinson loel R 139 Robinson, Kenneth M 139 Robinson Marilynn 118 Robinson Melon I 141.339 Rol 1 . 1 Robison w. Il.idl) I 188 139 Rockwell, Richard B Rodgi 1 1 lawn 90, 139 lyceR 1 " ' 143, isi 230, Rodger) Rand) D 104 139 ,i .40 Rogers, I ' ..1 si I (40 ., I 140 Rogers Ki.ki M 140 Rogers. Roger I) KM Ruling. Ruhard K 1 1). 126, 127, 283. 262. 162. Romarv. Thomas P 279, 304 Roncv.JanaJo 16.158 Rose. Susan Alma MO Rossjo) I. MO Rowc. Elizabeth G (04 Rudd. MarvA 152. 119. ! Rudish. ljrry W 304 Rumpf. Edwin L MO Rupert. Martha J 340 Rupp.JohnA 293.340 Rushing.JamcsW Jr 29 Rushing. Kendal S 340 Russ. Anna A 139. MO Russell. Larry 340 Russell. Randall P 340 Russell. Sara F. MO Russell. Sarah K 147, 34C Rutland. Pat B 144.150 Ryals. Paula K 116,140, Ryals. Phillip F. 340 Ryals. Richard M 340 Ryan. Ruben CJr 340 Ryan. Steven G 340 Sadler. Wallace M MO Sales. Marvin L 180.340 Saliba. Amy 540 Salter. Larry J 340 Sammons. James M MO Sammons. Sheila K 304 Sanders. Joe (art MO Sanders. John M 140 Sanders. Joseph ( X Sanders. Julie D. 340 Sanders. Ralph K 169, 279, MO Sanders. Ronald L 340 Sanders. Srevr I) MO Sanders. Thurman E. 340 Sanford.Judilh A Ktt Sankcv. William H J 160. 266. 269. 21 Santangim. Nuhola 291.340 Sapp. Daniel I MO Say lor. Stephen F 169. Ml Sarbrough, Bcn.amin 287 Ml Sarbrough. I avid M 341 Scarbrough, William Sarsbrixik. Pam I) 140.341 States, larster I Schercr. Linda S 141.303 Shne.dhorsl. Elizabeth 112. Ml Shock. Deborah 1 Ml son. Dorothy; M I18.M1 Score, George I. 136 137, KH Son. Kenneth L. 303 Scroggini. Patricia Ml Seaborn, Julie D Ml S-ahorn. Rila I) 311 Scale. F irres, K 98 Searcy, David W Ml Scele, Lirll I Scele. Kathryn G 213.273.277 Sell. Edward P 144 Ml Sellers. Charlotte I Ml Sellers. William R 121.341 Senn.DavidP Ml Senn. Retha G Ml Sessions. Anna ( , Ml Seventko, Allen i Swell. David L Ml Sewcll. RebeccaJ Ml SGA 112114 SHACK HALL 133 Shaw. Beth H sn Shaw. ( harlotic M ' II Shaw, loni I Ml Sheffield. Deborah A Ml Sheffield, Jellies N Shchanr. Allen G (11 Shehane. Shaton SOS Shelley, Karen I 90 . ' mi si: Shell ) Waltei R M2 Shepard, Daniel S ■ Sherman, Michael H M2 Sherrlll, Donna I !13 Ml Shield). Michelle R 139 M2 Shields Vizantir M2 SIGMA ALPHA IOTA IM SIGMA PI PRATERNII SIGMA TAU DELTA 133 Shilling. David A 181 . A Ml Shi| n Hilda I M2 Shirah Mitchell I Shivei Debbie I M2 M, Ml Shope, Miik i Shut) KehhVI M2 Shun Myra S M2 D si- Sikes, Virginia M2 Stabler. JinaS. 123 Taylor, Lisa A M5 Siler.Jefl 342 Stabler.Joycclyn D 305 Taylor. Marcia L. 305 Siler. Willie A M2 Stafford. Cindy G M5 Taylor. Ann 265 . Simmons. Blake N 7. 147. 305 Stafford. Larry N M3 Taylor. Mary S 149. 252. 281. M5 Simmons. Das id H 342 Stanford. Brenda S 147 M3 Taylor. Melanie R M5 Simmons. Diana L 342 Stanford, Elaine L 142. 146 Taylor. Nancy 98. M5 Simmons. Kay E M2 Stanfordjudy M 123. 305 Taylor. Patricia Ann 155.346 Simmons. WilliamS. M2 Stanford. Wanda J M3 Taylor. Rendell L 346 Simons.Jeffrey H 150, M2 Stanley, Beniamin D 305 Taylor. Richard F M6 Simpson. Brenda G 342 Stank) MarionM 305 Taylor. Roby L 346 Simpson. Forrest C 279 Stansell. Garland T M3 Taylor. Roy Lee M6 Sims. Jack R 293. 305 Staples. Paul E 1 12. 148. 279. M3 Teal. Daniel E M6 Sims, Nancy J 342 Srarkic, Ellis EJr 283. M3 Teal. Freddie 106. 1 30. 169. 279 Sims. Patricia E M2 Starling.James B M3 Teal. Michael M 141.305 Singletary. Virginia 305 Starling. Lawanna H M3 Tedder. Gayle J 135.34 Singleton. Connie H. M2 Starling. Robert E 344 Teel. Herben Roland 346 Singleton. Roy W 136.137 Stephens. James H 344 Teel, Lester W 305 Sipper. Pacita Renee M2 Stephenson. Billy M 283. 303 TENNIS 196-199 Skinner, Charles R 305 Stevens. Hulenc 344 Terrell. Steven R 346 Skinner. David G M2 Stevens. James H 344 Terry. Frank E 305 Skinner.Judson C M2 Stevens. Sta,v M 184 257 293,344 Terry. Steven K M6 Skinner. Marvin F 159. M2 Stewan. Alfred M 344 Thames. Molly C 346 Skinner. Marvin W 342 Stewart, Brenda E 344 Thames. Ted L 346 Skipper. Jeanne F M2 Stewan. Catherine E 344 THE VISIT 74.71 Slarer, Rose I. M2 Stewart. Craig A 279. 344 Thenot. Horace R 28 Slaughter. Tonya G M2 Stewan. Dean 344 THETA CHI FRATERNITY 292. 293 Slay, Warren I M2 Stewan. Deborah K 344 Thigpcn. lvev D 213.217.287.306 Smart. Donald M M2 Stewan, Donna F M4 Thigpen. Julie A 306 Smeds. James M 283. M2 Stewan, Dwainc L 305 Thomas. Carroll M 346 Smclscr. David R 120. M2 Stew an. Lester D 344 Thomas. Claudene D Smiley. Susan E 129. M2 Stewan, Margaret J 305 Thomas. Dani L M6 Smith. Brian A 342 Stewart, Peiycv I- 285.344 Thomas. Debra L Smith. Carol A 234. 342 Stewan. Roxanna M 285. 344 Thomas. James H 346 Smith. Donald W 342 Stinson. Dudley E (44 Thomas. Nancy M 147. j4 , Smith. Donnie R 139.342 Stmson.Joseph E 344 Thomas. Olhe A 346 Smith. Gloria M 305 Stinson. Karen L 8,277 Thomas. Steve F 129.266.287 Smith. Harold L 272, 289 Stinson. Sara G 344 Thomas. Vicki A 1 38 Smith. Harry 1. 25 " . 293. M2 Stifling. Denise A 344 Thomason. Sara T 346 Smith. Henry J M2 Sntes. Dana R M4 Thomassen, Joseph F 306 Smith. Jennifer J 16. M2 Stivarius. Judith L 123 M4 Thompson. Kim 26 ' . 2 " . 1 M Smith.Jennilee 142. 149. 220. 22 3. 265. 281. 291 Stockton. C David 344 Thompson. Eltrabeth M6 Smirh.JohnR 303,342 Stockton, Richard 1 279.344 Thompson. Flo E M6 Smith, Joseph Boykin M2 Stognct, Deborah W (44 Thompson. Gwen B 291 Smith, KruseC 122,342 Stokes snthia 98 Thompson, Isaac C 120 Smith, Mark H 293. 342 ie Kay 344 Thompson. James L M6 Smith, Mar) 1 S 138. M2 Stone. Leon ( , 1 14 Thompson. Judith H Smith. Melinda G. 277. M2 Stonerook. O Dean 344 Thompson. Lesince 118. M6 Smith. Michai i Stovall, Glenda L 344 Thompson. Manha A 346 Smith, Michai Stl sscrs, Kan Liu 344 Thompson. Mitchell M6 Smith. Mike i Strader. Pamala Lynn 344 Thompson. Susan L 1 39. 275. 306 Smith. Nan, . 1 Straughn.Stesen R 283 M4 Thompson. Suranne 346 Smith. Pamela K 305 Sireetman. Harriet S 123.142.305 Thome. David J 306 Smith. Peggs A 2 " . 342 Stnngfellow ' , Thomas 344 Thornton. Deborah D 346 Smith, Sarah M M2 Stnphng. ManhaJ 344 Thornton. Sybil E 306 Smith. Sheila A 281.305 Suan. Dawn W 305 Thrash. Str.f Smith, Steve B 158. M2 Stubblefield. Steven s, Mi, im. 293 Thurmond. Brenda L 221.306 Smith, Tamara E M2 STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION 159 rphH M6 Smith, Tetranie 305 Sruckcy. James R 293,344 Tillery. Stephen D Ml Smith. Thomas H 342 Stuckey. Rickey E 344 Tilhs. Charlie R Sri ith 1 i in H 305 Studstill. Ale 1) :h . Tims. Jul ' 1 Smith. William B III 305 Sullivan. Dorothy H 305 Tindol.Jumell B 306 Smith. Wilma 1 LydiaJ ui Tindol. Kendra Renee 306 Smith.WilmaJ 343 A hardW 188.344 Tobin. Thomas J ll E.Ji M3 Summerville. Susan 344 Tom.k i Supei HrendaJ 303 Tompkins. Phyllis L 347 Sutherland. David A 188 Toole. Jem 1 Snead. Larry D 119.144 - Tow.Jear V Snell.JessW.Jr 150.305 Swann. Mary D 344. IM IK M K 188191 13.301 Trammel: IN Snell.TwilaJ in. 142,305 ■swanngen. Brenda J 270.344 Tram. Michael P 3,- rs 303 vwanngcr K Trapp, Barry D 306 Snellgrove. Martin 261 sn,n, Susan 1 si rrawick Ira 1 d •sweerland. Samuel D W3 ltea.lway ( liar Irs K Swindell, Gar) K Ml rROPOUTAN 160,161 SOCIAL REHABILITATION SERVICES 138 Swindle.Jimm) x 111 Ml Tucket. Her 1) Solomon, Jerome M3 R (I ' Turberville. Ths f . , II SOS Sylei lohri A KH Turk. Donna 3 d " Spader. Michai « • Turk. Vines T 24 ■ T Turner. Beniamin H Spann, Geoff r Turne. D SPEEf 11 ami DRAMA DEPARTMENT 32 Turner. Eluabeth A 34 " 1 alley. Ken-.rth W Turner.!,. Speed. Williai Turner, la - ( Speigner. R„. Tamaett, Johnnie 13 Ml Turn- |ei ' Tardiff. Eugenia C 144. 149. 154. 343 Turner. R,.i- M TARTUFFI Tyler. John P 120, 11 SPIRES ' (■me IW || . 3 14- Spires, Pain. i I M3 Tate. Kcnna Itlrr. Mi.harllz M7 M3 Tatom. 1 )0A M 9 in Tatom. William M Ml Tynci.K 1 ■ splitgattvr Bivic A s4( ranin li 1 1 M 111 rASIGM 1 • 1 M KAPPA EPSILON FRATERN ' . ■ Urnbanjei rarvisl 1 . N ■ Spurjei 111 Ian • H . " Van Ik Vtnla in ' • us - hi Ml 1 in •Joseph L W Varnum. Michael A 347 Vasser. Larn D 121. 34 " ? Vasser. Linda A Vaughan. Linda ' Vaughan. Rene E 34 " . 192 Vaughnjulius R M- Vcrgeson. Melod Vernon. RabbC 506 Vernon. Rebecca A 141.347 Vining. Delia A 142. 268. 548 Vosvell. Helen P 306 Waddlil.Jct ■ Waid. Vanessa I Waits. Richard F 257, 293. 348 Walden.HintonM Waldrop.Shelb) Walker. Aubrey O 291 Walker. Harold D 306 Walker. Kar-- Walker. Kciil B Walker. Larry B. 291.348 Walker. William A 506 Wall. Kalhy A Wall. Marion C 253.259.268.271,3 " Wallace. Earncstine 348 Wallace. G Lynn 159. 548 Waller. Linda Y 95. 348 Walls. Brinda G 348 Walls. DorseyB 121.306 Walls. Linda I Walsh. Richard S . ' Walters. Debhr ■ ' Wallers, Donna I Walter,. Gail A 14V ! Walter,. Kenneth H 306 Walters. Susan ! Walther. David J Wambles. Henrv I) 348 Ward. Amelia Ward. Bills! ■ Ward. Kathryn S 139.142.149,306 Ward, Randel H Ward. Sonu I) Ware. Joseph H 548 Warmack. Michael W 2 9. 306 Warren. Harn 1 Warren. Shar Wasden. Deborah Wasden. Harold B Waters. Dororhy I Waters. Jove Waiers.Juduh 34 Waters. Kay D J Waters. Michclc D 148 Watson. Chen 1 R 285. 348 Watson. Debbie L 548 Watson. Georgia J. 348 Watson. Michael P 348 Watson, Michael S. 349 Watson, Patricia L 130.306 Watson. Raymon T 349 Watson. RcitaJ 349 Watson. Scott W 349 Watson. Wallace E 135.349 Waiters. Elizabeth M • l Wearren. Rena L 349 Wears. Fred 549 Weatherford. David 306 Weathermon, Darrell 549 Waver. Jack G 349 Weaver, Viviai Mane 125 549 Weaver, William L 34 ' ) Webb. Duane K 349 Weed, Terrell J 291,349 Weeks. Charles I) w ; Works, David H 349 Welch, Joseph R 349 Welch, Susan H 349 I ,;! 349 Wells, Leon 349 Wesles.Jasqucline 506 WESLEY FOUNDATION 151 Wesson. Robert I 349 West, Joy Stinson 149.349 West. Sharon Irene 125.349 Whales. Mars! 349 Whatley. Emma R 349 Whatlej SharonM 281.549 Whetstone. Tons L 150 19 Whiddon. Dann 1 307 Whigham.Greg I 349 Whigham. Rosemary 252. 285 Whitaker. James L 349 White, Gregory M ?ks (49 White.John W 349 White, Marsha A 159 White. Michael R 549 White. Paul K 549 While, Rick) M 144 149 White, Robert N 349 White, Sammie I 349 White, Sandra J si " White. Wanda t . J49 White, Willie J 289.550 Whitehead Deborah 550 Whitencr, Thomas A. 188.350 Whitestone. Daphne E 307 Whitfield, StarlaM, 30 Whitten. Jerry W 291.350 Whittington. Kaye D WHO ' S WHO 226-239 W 350 ! 129, no .. iahF. 550 Wiginton. Debbie L 350 Wildes, BrendaG 154 W Wiley. Dale 123. 135, 1 13, 146, l Wiles, Frederick F 144,307 Wilkerson, Demesia R 350 W.lkcrson, Ronald 307 Wilkes. Karen A 350 W.lkes. Peter Z 113,27 Wilkins. Debbie D 30 Wilkinson.Janet A ;, " Williams. Beverlyn J y Williams. CunisW 184 307 Williams. David ( Williams. Das, d Williams, Donna L (07 Williams. George E 350 Williams, Gloria I 15 Williams. Henry M S50 Williams. Herbert M Williams. |cm I Williams. Joel W 98. 240. 350 Williams. John B 550 William. Joseph ( Williams. Katen D 350 Miami Mabeth 281,228, 116 Williams, Robert G 350 Williams. Robert I (50 Williams. Steven l (50 Williams. Verdis M. 550 Williamson, Curtis (50 Williamson. Douglas 141.152,1 Williamson. Mars R (50 Williamson, Rosa E 505 Williford, Daniel J. 285 Williford, Elizabeth (07 Williford, Thomas A 150 Willis, Diane G. 507 Willis, Michael (50 Wilson, Billy S.Ji Wilson. Clark 136,231 W ils fi ( ynthia N 150 Wilson Debbie! 123 285 - s " Wilson. Emily Sue (07 Wilson. Karen M 88. 550 Wilson. Larry W 307 Wilson, Man 1 (50 W n. MelvinG Jt 293 (07 Wilson. Priscilla R 159.350 Wilson. Terrs Ann (50 Wilson. Walter ( lark 231,307 Wilson, Wanda G 150 Windham. BrendaG 152, 159, i Windham, Steve C 283 Wingard. Peggs A Wingard, Rchen a I Wingard, Rose Ann 123 (50 Winslette.WadeT 150 Wist David I (50 Wise, Lisa A (50 Wisham.Christophei Withenngton. Dean V 350 Withers. Kathenne R (50 Wolfe. Elsa E 149, 307 WOMENS EXTRAMURALS 200 Wombolt. Brenda G 277 (07 Wood, Dale F Wood. James I 150 Wood, Janice (50 Wood.John M (07 Wood. LesaB -so Wood Mar, I - Wood.Sheha.l 150 Woodall, Rebecca F Woodard. Deborah I iss. ts„ Woodfin, Milton Ras 279 307 Woodhamjames R -s o Woodham,WilmaB (07 Woods, 1 linbeth A 252 :ss )0 7 Woods. Pamela S (50 Wsx«lson. Leisa Worthington, Debora 350 Wright Louis! 287, «o Wright. MarilynS (50 Wright. Michael I (07 Wright. Rob. Wsatt. BrendaG 147,275,351 Wyatt.MarthaS (07 Wsnn, Rosemars (51 Wsnn.SueB (51 Yancey, Eh abeth A 1! Yancey. Glcn.ij K (51 Yanics. Helen R sir Yancey. Ruth 285, is, Yarbrough.MarieA J! Yarbrough, Man F s Yeomans, William !3 s Yerkes. Randy J 169 21 Yoakum, Regina S 151 York, James S (51 196 Youmans, last mo ( . I u K (51 i oung ManhaJ sm " i oung Sheri I 125, s Youngblood, Clifton ss Youngblood, Pamela ss Youngpeter, Linda M J Zachry, Dcnise K 151 Zardavets, Gan A 293, 307 PaulT ssi Zieglcr, David E 307 Ziegler, Marii I Ziesmer, Martin K (51 Ziesmer, Michael I 151 enyj " i giaj (51 Ziglar, I hi.Ij S nas W 279, 151, ■ • Zimmerman, William I (51 Zoller, Alice M 116, 275 151 111 (07 SPECIFICATIONS The 19 7 5 PALLADIUM was published by Taylor Publishing Company in Dallas, Texas. It was printed by offset lithography in 16 page signatures. The paper is 80 pound Saxmark Enamel and has a trim size of 9 x 12. 3,000 copies of the book were published with 38-1 ; in the book. HEADING TYPE: Times Roman (general headings); Monterey script and Monterey script Italic (Beauties); Optima bold and Optima bold Italic (class headings, division pages, table of contents. Who ' s Who and various pages in campus life); Times Roman Italic (opening quotes, and beauties); Bodoni Italic (features section, pages 246 and 247). PHOTOGRAPHY: Photography was done by Terry Croslin, James Clower, and Steve Stubblef ield. Class portraits, faculty portraits, and fraternity and sorority portraits were done by Steve Nesham of Ia rri Studios from Pensacola, Florida. Color photography was reproduced from four-color. The beaut) pictures were done from transparencies, along with the shots from pages 1, 82, and 94. Special thanks goes to James Clower for shooting the transparent ies. Also to Gary Stogner and Sherrell Bees for their photograph) in the football section COVER: The cover is an embossed type using gorilla grain The base color is blue with a black overtone over .i silver meta 19 7 is blind embossed SPECIAL EFFECTS Special effects were created % • ith the use of black and gr.i backgrounds with reverse and overbum printing Spoi color was used on pages l. 72,73, 166, L67 The vignette effect was used on pages 212 and 21 J A mezzotint effect background was used - 220 and 221 Art work was also used in various places throughout the book - " fitV s »f ■A 1 y » ' P II l ■ m B TI i i 1 . t pr isiw »■■ ' BsMi p p ri IR i i i » ' lltii ••Jk t - »» i T s 74, L X % gd J So, brings the end to the 1975 PALLADIUM. I wish I could express on paper a sigh of relief. It has and moods that this year has brou, iding a book that will in the years to come bring taking and developing pictures and for all.tr information when it seemed none was to be found. Recogni advice, suggestions and supervision. To 7 To Keith I say good luck, and many thanks fc and sorority sisters r ' ho leaf through it. mmmmm n of Lorri Studios, I thank for all the mug shots 5 Clower and Jan Morris for devoting their time i University Relations for supplying sports and gener: Lobbins of Taylor Publishing Company for their queline Crawley, who in her first year being advise - J ' [ncse past two years. Finally I would like to thank all i.. 7 , nd rewards of the yearboo 1 BjH4 l uud2ja- a3 J HH Hi rac ”
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