Troy University - Palladium Yearbook (Troy, AL)

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li ' iiiH.- ' Ciuto (Sue fan (Snoe stui ■rty .Tit . a Zroy State of Mind Troy State University Troy, Alabama 36081 Volume 75 1986 .ft - m nm t " fc A V ft 5t? s caBaa ' . , V nt v w . S a8 Ku . Jt " BB hl ST " ! V H " 1 » " " " SJl - iSS 3 " 1 3fc ' r -. ♦ -s . ■• £ m .-• ' . ' Contents Features 14 Campus Life 44 Classes 76 Entertainment 136 Ml KiJ Greeks 232 Sports 290 Administration 348 Closing 390 t 2 Opening f ■ Opening 3 ■ ■• ' , 4 Opening The Trojan spirit is more than cheering at a pep ral- ley, building a Homecoming display, or supporting the national championship baseball team. It is un- boundless enthusiasm for all that TSU represents ... its sports, academics, organi- zations, dramatic produc- tions and so much more. The happy, prideful face of our mascot, T-Roy, denotes the spirit found in students, alumni and other fans. Pride is an integral part of what comprises the Trojan spirit. Troy State students and administrators like to boast and have every rea- son to do so. With Junior Misses from all over the country, two national championship athletic teams, a nationally ac- claimed drama depart- ment, and a multitude of successful alumni, Troy State ' s pride is showing. TSU people do not carry an ar- rogant pride, but rather a secure, satisfied pride in knowing they are a part of a unique university. HI ■ l y In 1887, two small buildings in downtown Troy marked the beginnings of what would eventually become the Troy State University System. From its conception to its current status, Troy State ' s main cam- VI pus has grown and expanded along with the curriculum, campus activities, administra- tion, and student body. The main campus, presently covering 433 acres in the southeastern quarter of Troy, is known for its scenic beauty. Azaleas in bloom paint the campus with vivrant colors of spring. In the winter, pecan trees drape the quad with their majestic limbs. The rugid fa- cade of Kilby Hall serves as a reminder of the fine history of the Institution, while the mistic aloofness of Sorrell Chapel is a constant symbol of TSU ' s phi- losophies and ideals. Rising above all is the Palladium which guards the campus like a hawk, offering a sense of se- curity. ■ " . l ■ •»• £ i 6 Opening I8 S )pening 7 ■ • - w 5 - Warm days and sunny skies provide a haven for outdoor activities. Chats between classes, picnic lunches at the TSU Lake, sun- seeking at Pace Hall, and a myriad of other activities are common for students. The shade in the quad pro- vides a setting for students to catch up on day-to-day happenings or to study be- tween classes. Visitors on campus often comment on the friendliness of Troy State people. Those who are part of the TSU community realize that the comforts and beauty which the campus provides serves to enhance the congeniality of students and faculty. 5 4. - ' m, J Opening 9 • v, s -- r Ai»E WffljfnmWfm The Troy State University Sys- tem began as a small teach- ers ' college known as Troy State Normal School. In the years following its origin, Troy State has progressed, now of- fering Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Master of Sci- ence degrees and some pre- professional programs. Perhaps the most appealing aspect of TSU ' s academic en- vironment is the one-to-one contact professors and stu- dents experience. Faculty ad- visers, tutorial labs, and excel- lent library facilities are among the many sources of aca- demic counseling and en- hancement available to Troy State students. Troy State is known for its highly qualified, creative teaching staff. Their true con- cern for the student ' s knowl- edge of the subject and for the student ' s future success helps to motivate students to excel academically. Excellent student-faculty rapport makes Troy State ' s academic pro- grams successful. ■TrX " " 1 . ' « UNIVERSITY ° L OF NURSING j£h 10 Opening : - M0 :i- . ' « L $ - V » __ Opening 11 Se 12 Opening Individuality has always characterized Troy State students. Each comes from a different background with diverse ideals and beliefs. The University is only en- riched by the diversity of its students. Each person adds a little something to the overall picture of the Troy State University System. During the course of time one spends at college, friendships can be made to last a lifetime, knowledge acquired to build a success- ful career, and confidence gained to build a strong indi- vidual. The beauty of the cam- pus, fine traditions of the In- stitution, diversity of its stu- dents, and excellence in academics are all integral parts IN A TROY STATE OF MIND. V Opening 13 14 Features Jn a Zroy State of MM features Suellen Snoekstra Section Editor Kim Carlton Cathy Coleman Contributing Editors » ., ) -A_ Greg Benton Cara English Greg Johnson Lorri Studios Ed Moseiey Donald Norsworthy Photographers Junior Misses 16 Homecoming 18 MissTSU 24 Who ' s Who 32 Honors Day 40 Features 15 OUAsjAK VA.$Wtor Troy State University pro- vides a special opportunity to all winners of state Junior Misses who come to Troy. TSU offers the four year George C. Wallace Leader- ship Scholarship to State Ju- nior Misses, which includes full tuition, room, and board. Each recipient is required to maintain a 1.7 GPA. The Ju- nior Misses play an active roll in many campus organiza- tions and appear frequently on stage in dramatic pro- ductions. The eleven Junior Misses on campus this year are Amanda Ober, New Hampshire; Kim Kelley, Mon- tana; Rebecca Feria, Puerto Rico; Tosha Spottek, New York; Dorothy Brown, Geor- gia; Nancy Polish, Montana; Gloria Lynch, Washington D.C.; Michelle Sekula, Mary- land; Tammy Wood, Virgin- ia; Tifany Tibbetts,Arkansas; Cynthia Squires, Indiana. Pictured right: Row One: Dorothy Brown and Tammy Wood. Row Two: Michelle Sekula and Rebecca Feria. Row Three: Amanda Ober and Kim Kelley. Row Four: Gloria Lynch. Above: Amanda Ober (right) Miss TSU 1986, New Hamp- shire ' s Junior Miss, plays the lead role in the " Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. " Above: Gloria Lynch, Junior Miss for Washington D.C., speaks to her social sorority at a Founders Day celebra- tion. 16 Junior Misses Above: Michelle Sekula, Maryland ' s Junior Miss, performs a ballet at Above: Dorothy Brown, Georgia ' s Junior Miss, performs a medley of her the University ' Dancers Spring Show. favorite musicians as her talent for Miss TSU pageant. Tammy Wood, Georgia ' s Junior Miss, plays the role of Lenny in " Crimes of the Heart. " Above: Rebecca Feria; Puerto Rico ' s Junior Miss, represents ISCO as their homecoming candidate during the annual Homecoming parade. Junior Misses 17 ■■■■■■ ■ ■ • a H. " - 1 ■ ■ ' ' ' I l I l l l I I I I I I I I I— I- I I 3 2-- 4jp 7Hi£ rnihi6 ' On a sunny but cool Saturday afternoon TSU stu- dents, returning alumni and friends rallied in Memorial Stadium to see Miss Sonya Jennings crowned as 1985 Homecoming Queen. A victorous game for the Trojans marked the culmi- nation of a festive Homecoming week. Student Gov- ernment Association was instrumental in making Homecoming an enjoyable event for everyone in- volved. Through the support of local businesses, the SGA gave away approximately one thousand dollars worth of gifts at the second annual skit night. The Student Government Association also recog- nized various organizations for their outstanding par- ticipation. Skit contest winner was the Sigma Chi Fra- ternity, Banner winner was HPER, Dummy winner was Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority and overall spirit winner Sigma Chi. Looking back at Homecoming 1985, the week will be long remembered by student, staff and alumni. This page; Top; Dana Lumley and Dottie Jo Brown represent AFROTC in the Homecoming Parade. Center; Fighting Trojans geer up for a winning game. Bottom; Ron Whepley and Jackie Mitchell of Sigma Chi perform a TSU rapping song to win first place in the Homecoming skit contest. Opposite page; Top Le tt; Phi Mu ' s enjoy participating in the Homecoming Parade. Top Right; T-Roy helps raise the spirit at the footPall game. Bottom Lett; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity ' s first place Homecoming yard display. Bottom right; Mrs. Dorothy Adams accepts flowers compliments of the Delta Chi Fraternity. 20 Homecoming 1 4vrts L6CUJA-6 +H+H ■hmLk . i... j » fa iM C ' « ::.| i - , - ii MB " Brothers, do you know what shine it on means? " asked 1985 Miss TSU Tresa Hardin as the curtains opened to a stage full of 43 smiling contestants, all hop- ing for a chance to be the new Miss TSU. Among the glitter of red, blue, green and sundry other colored dresses, Miss Alabama An- gela Tower joined Tresa in the opening number and the show had begun. The 43 contestants, the most entries in several years, went through a series of competitions. On Friday afternoon February 21, con- testants were judged in swim suit, in competition closed to the public and featured were the contes- tants ' talent ranging from dance to piano to voice. Saturday morning Febru- ary 22, interviews where held as the three judges judged personality, articula- tion and poise. That night the final evening gown competition was held, fea- turing the opening number with Tresa, Angela, and the contestants. The ladies each introduced them- selves to the audience, and then came the announce- ment of the Top 10. Once, again the Top 10 performed their talents and were judged in swimsuit and evening gown. A special number during Saturday ' s finals featured Carrie Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Taylor and Angela Tower performing ballet, Melissa Long daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Long, Jr. and 1982 Miss Alabama and TSU graduate Yolanda Fer- nandez playing piano, and Angela Gibson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gibson and Tresa Hardin performing vo- cal to the music of " When you wish upon a star. " The music, especially arranged by David Estes, depicted a little girl ' s admiration and wish to become a star. As the last talent ended, the crowd nervously await- ed the announcement of the court and the 1986 Miss TSU. Receiving the first award from swim suit com- petition was Maria Franklin, a junior from Birmingham, AL. Then Daun Long, a senior from Troy, received the tal- ent award for her vocal per- formance of " Ask of Me. " Fourth-runner-up was Pam Williams, a senior from Elba, AL; Thirdrunner-up was Dot- tie Joe Brown, a sophomore from Valdosta, GA; second- runner-up was Shari Sasser a senior from Dothan, AL and first-runner-up was Daun Long. Then came the an- nouncement everyone had been waiting for, the 1986 Miss TSU — Amanda Ober, a sophomore from Bedford, New Hampshire. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Ad- ams hosted a tea at the Chancellor ' s home on a Sun- day afternoon honoring all of the Miss TSU contestants. Mrs. Adams has a special way of welcoming guests and decorating for each occassion in a manner that makes the party very spe- cial. This year the " hit " of the party were the " T- Bears " . Mrs. Adams is an Honorary Miss TSU. Right: Opening number " Shine It On " with special guest Miss Ala- bama 1986, Angela Tower. Bot- tom: Top Ten; Pam W illiams, Doro- thy Brown. Shari Sasser, Daun Long, Amanda Ober, Toni Hudson, Maria Franklin, Maureen Forthman, and Starla Kelley. Not pictured: Tanna Coleman. Opposite page Top: " When You Wish Upon a Star " performed by Miss TSU 1985 Tresa Hardin, Angela Gibson, Yolanda Fernandez, Miss Alabama 1982; Melissa Long, Miss Alabama 1986 Angela Tower and Carrie Taylor. Middle Left: " Shine It On " with 43 contestants. Right:V c- toria Bergquist introduces herself. Bottom Left: Swimsuit competition. 24 Miss TSU IIX---3- lM m " " " " " »] ' P C T t V . , •W r v " sk 9 J - 1. : . - • t ■ . % • • I I MM M -« . V A : •• •V • f • « f m Lffc ifr K • M m K? S " ' : ' . 7 : •• ' 1 -Above: Jennifer Brown entertains the audience with a classical piano performance. Top Right: Perla Mae Williams learns to handle everyday life with " I can ' t cope. " Bottom Right: Lea Cornelius lives a sailor boy ' s life with " Honeybun. " Opposite page: Top Left: Swimsuit award winner Maria Franklin Top Right: Maureen Forthman sings " Summertime. " Bottom Left: " All that Jazz " is per- formed by Toni Hudson. Bottom Right: Starla Kelley catches the audience ' s attention with " Hey Good Lookin ' . " 28 Miss TSU HaffMHMp • ' - " BBrwn M i_. ■ pr Miss TSU 29 II Troy State University Stephanie Aiken Sigma Al- pha Sigma president; Cowart Hall Council; Baptist Student Union. 1985-86 Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities Clifford Allred Alpha Lamb- da Delta president, Junior Adviser; Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Beta Phi; Square Root of C Math Club; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia treasurer, 1st vice president; Baptist Stu- dent Union; Collegiate Sing- ers vice president; Madrigal Singers; BSU choir and en- semble. 32 Who ' s Who Thomas Bacote Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Beta Phi; Men ' s Residence Staff student director; Afro American Society president; Tropolitan: Intramural Bas- ketball and Football; Mr. Eb- ony Achievement; Ml. King Jr. Award. Lori Binford Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Beta Phi; Beta Upsilon Sigma treasur- er; Mortar Board; Omicron Delta Kappa; Dean ' s Advi- sory Council; Pace Hall stu- dent director; Phi Mu frater- nity president, treasurer. Judy A. Brighton Phi Theta Kappa; Collegiate Singers; Entertainer president; stu- dent conductor; " A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum " ; " Grease " ; " Columns Music Award. " Troy State University «v 1 ! 1 ■Vv Bu9H Judith Berretto Alpha Epsi- lon Rho; Gamma Beta Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Student Government Association; Alpha Gamma Delta sorority vice president; Sigma Alpha Epsilon little sister; Miss Ve- nus; Trojan Hostess. Mary G. Blaydes Alpha Lambda Delta; Beta Upsilon Sigma; Gamma Beta Phi; Mortar Board; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Data Process- ing Management Associ- ation secretary; Fellowship of Christian Athletes secre- tary-treasurer; Catholic Campus Ministry; Lady Tro- jan Basketball; Intramural Softball and Volleyball. Susan N. Carter Phi Gamma Nu vice president; Student Government Association; Pace Hall assistant director; Chi Omega fraternity secre- tary, president. Who ' s Who 33 Gregory Chandler Gamma Beta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Data Processing Management Association; Pre-college Orientation Leader; Senior Day Leader; Trojan Ambassador; Alpha Gamma Delta big brother; Sigma Chi fraternity rush chairman, Peterson chair- man; TSU cheerleader. Robert L. Davis Alpha Lambda Delta vice presi- dent; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Al- pha Theta vice president; Student National Education Association; Student Ala- bama Education Associ- ation; Sound of the South marching band; Symphonic band; Concert band; Jazz band; Opera Workshop. Charles Ellis Gamma Beta Phi; Mortar Board; Beta Beta Beta; Kappa Delta Pi secre- tary; HYPER president; Young Republicans; Interna- tional Youth and Achieve- ment; Student Government Association senator. Troy State University Alisa Jones Creel Alpha Lambda Delta secretary; Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Eta Sig- ma; Kappa Delta Pi; Mortar Board; Square Root of C Math Club, vice president, president. Christian Student Center; Jr. Panhellenic re- presentative; Alpha Delta Pi sorority scholarship chair- man; Sigma Alpha Epsilon lit- tle sister secretary. Justin K. Durrance II Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Phi Alpha Theta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Kappa Phi; Young Republicans; Sig- ma Chi fraternity secretary; Oxford Scholarship. Charles H. Finch Gamma Beta Phi; Delta Sigma Pi vice president of pledge educa- tion; Trojan Ambassador; Student Government Asso- ciation senator; Wesley Foundation; Sigma Chi fra- ternity; Alpha Delta Pi big brother; Palladium associate editor, editor-in-chief; intra- mural softball; Student Publi- cations Board; Mortar Board, Young Republicans. 34 Who ' s Who Daniel L. Green Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Alpha Theta; Mortar Board; Gam- ma Beta Phi; Arnold Air Soci- ety commander. Dharleen Heisler Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma heta Phi; Mortar Board; Omi- pon Delta Kappa; Phi Chi president; Sigma Alpha lota; Ijigma Alpha Sigma; Circle K l ice president; Baptist Stu- hent Union state vice presi- dent, president; Baptist Stu- hent Union choir; " The j ' eace Core " ; Department bf Education Curriculum Committee. )enise C. Johnson Gamma ieta Phi corresponding sec- etary; Kappa Delta Pi; Stu- dent National Education As- pciation; Alpha Psi Omega ' ice president; Christian Stu- dent Center; Collegiate lingers; Madrigal Singers; |The Music Man " ; Enterprise Itate Singers; " Hansel and Bretel " ; Talent winner Miss SJC 1982. Troy State University J- ._ y hut HI 1 Romaine D. Hatten Gamma Beta Phi; TSU Student Nurses Association; TSU Gospel Choir. Ann H. Johnson Alpha Lambda Delta treasurer; Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Eta Sig- ma; Sigma Tau Delta vice president; Panhellenic Council president; Alpha Gamma Delta sorority; Rho Lambda Honor Society; Board; Committee for the Celebration of Women; Tu- tor for the Writing Center. Helen A. Jones Gamma Beta Phi; Alpha Lambda Del- ta vice president; Mortar Board vice president; Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Beta Beta Beta treasurer; Main Event Bible study; Chi Ome- ga fraternity vice president; Marching band color guard; " Arms and the Man " ; Out- standing Freshman of the Year; Oxford Scholarship re- cipient. Who ' s Who 35 Steven L. Lover Phi Mu Al- pha Sinfonia vice president; Arnold Air Society; Air Force ROTC; Sound of the South marching band. Suzanne Madison Alpha Lambda Delta treasurer; Gamma Beta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Math Club; Trojan Ambassador; Gard- ner Hall House council presi- dent; TSU Gospel Choir; Al- pha Phi Alpha sweetheart. Mary M. Mixson Beta Upsi- lon Sigma; Mortar Board; Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Kappa Phi; Trojan Trackette, Chi Omega fraternity; Sigma Al- pha Epsilon little sister; Trojan Ambassador; Trojan Hostess; Pre-college Orientation Leader; Phi Theta Kappa. Troy State University Liza M. Lowery Mortar Board president; Gamma Beta Phi; Alpha Lambda Del- ta; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Upsi- lon Sigma vice president; Data Processing Manage- ment Association; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Sound of the South major- ette. John D. McGriff Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Beta Phi; Sguare Root of C Math Club; Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society director of ad- ministration; Baptist Student Union; Sound of the South marching band; Math Tutor. Sharyn S. Nunn Omicron Delta Kappa; Nursing Honor Society; Student Nurse Asso- ciation; Senior Nursing Club president; Gamma Beta Phi; Troy Council on the Arts and Humantities; Troy Junior Womens League. 36 Who ' s Who Troy State University Lee T. Pittman Gamma Beta Phi; Mortar Board; Ar- nold Air Society, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon; Air Force ROTC ■Teresa L. Riley Gamma I Beta Phi; Sigma Alpha lota; I Sound of the South march- ling band. Edward D. Shirley Sigma Delta Chi; Collegiate Sing- rs; Madrigal Singers; " The vlusic Man. " Melanie J. Railey Local Honor Society of Nursing; Al- pha Lambda Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Student Nurses Asso- ciation; Beta Beta Beta; Phi Mu fraternity; Sound of the South marching band; Colle- giate Singers. Carmela R. Robbins Gam- ma Beta Phi; Alpha Epsilon Rho; Shackelford Hall direc- tor; TSU Gospel Choir presi- dent, vice president; Delta Sigma Theta historian; Alpha Phi Alpha sweetheart; Palla- dium; Tropolitan; Pre-Col- lege Orientation Leader; Trojan Trackette; Trojan Hostess. Teresa L. Smith Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Beta Phi; Mortar Board; Sig- ma Alpha lota; Student Government Association; Campus Outreach of Ala- bama; Collegiate Singers; Miss TSU Talent winner 1985; Opera Workshop. Who ' s Who 37 Suellen Snoekstra Gamma Beta Phi; Delta Sigma Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Stu- dent Government Associ- ation Supreme Court; Alpha Delta Pi president, treasurer; Palladium editor, associate editor; Student Publication Board; Young Republicans. Tosha Lynn Spottek Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Sigma Al- pha lota president; Math Club; Alpha Psi Omega; MENC; Trojan Ambassador president; Clements Hall stu- dent director; Wesley Foun- dation; Collegiate Singers; " Music Man " ; " Guys and Dolls " ; " Fiddler on the Roof " ; " Lunch Hour " ; " Mikado " ; " Annie Get Your Gun " ; " Hansel and Gretel " ; Pied Pipers. Countess A. Woody AFRO Club secretary; Trojan Trackette; " T " Club; Stu- dent Nurses Association; Shackleford Hall; TSU Gospel Choir; Student Affairs Com- mittee; TSU Track team; In- tramural Volleyball, Basket- ball; Trojan Hostess. Troy State University Jonathan D. Spann Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Phi Sigma; Gamma Beta Phi; Mortar Board; Omicron Del- ta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Lambda Alpha Epsilon; Delta Chi fraternity secretary; Sound of the South march- ing band; " Fiddler on the Roof " ; " Guys and Dolls. " Brian K. Weekley Student Government Association executive assistant; Interfra- ternity Council; Sigma Chi fraternity vice president, pledge trainer; Student staff WTSU-FM. James L. Wyatt Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Beta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Trojan Ambassador; Student Government Asso- ciation; Sigma Chi fraternity president, vice president; Alpha Gamma Delta big brother. 38 Who ' s Who Troy State University Derek L. Young Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Beta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa vice president; Mor- tar Board secretary; Beta Upsilon Sigma; Phi Beta Lambda president; Circle K president; Baptist Student Union; Alpha Gamma Delta big brother; Resident man- ager of Dill Apartments; In- tramural athletics. Robert C. Harrell Alpha Lambda Delta president, Sr. Advisor; Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Beta Phi; Mortar Board; Arnold Air Society; ISCO; Debate and Forensic team; Oxford Scholarship. Andrea A. Ashford Sigma Delta Chi; Afro American So- ciety; Trojan Trackettes; Panhellenic Representative; Delta Sigma Theta presi- dent; Tropolitan; Collegiate Singers; TSU Gospel Choir; Miss TSU 3rd runner-up; Miss TSU Talent Award Winner; Miss Ebony Senior. Ruth Brown Gamma Beta Phi; Student Government Association president School of Nursing Montgom- ery; TSUN Newsletter. Sean J. Carney Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Mu Alpha; M.E.N.C. president; Sound of the South marching band; Sigma Pi fraternity rush chair- man; TSU Stage band, TSU Symphonic band. Mary W. DuBose Kappa Delta Pi president; Phi Kappa Phi; Gamma Beta Phi; School of Education Curriculum Committee. Karen L. Ferrari Gamma Beta Phi; Student Nurses As- sociation vice president; Ar- nold Air Society; Sigma Pi lit- tle sister. Diane C. Ficke Alpha Lamb- da Delta; Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Alpha Theta; Arnold Air Society commander; ISCO secretary, vice president; Tropolitan; German Ex- change Student; AFROTC. Jana J. Frandsen Kappa Delta Pi; Gamma Beta Phi; Young Republicans; Wesley Foundation. Deborah L. Hunt Mortar Board; Gamma Beta Phi; Al- pha Lambda Delta; Beta Upsilon Sigma; Trojan Hos- tess; Pre-College Orienta- tion Leader; Campus Out- reach of Alabama; Alpha Gamma Delta president, secretary; Sigma Chi little sister. Mary L. Irizarry Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Mortar Board; Omicron Del- ta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Alpha lota; Square Root C Math Club; Tau Beta Sigma; Catholic Campus Ministry; Delta Kappa Epsilon little sister; Sound of the South color guard; Pied Pip- ers; " Pirates of Penzance Opera " ; " Fiddler on the Roof. " Starla K. Kelley Mortar Board treasurer; Omicron Delta Kappa president; Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Alpha lota; Square Root of C Math Club; Student Government Association; Kappa Delta sorority president, vice- president, treasurer, mem- bership chairman; Colle- giate Singers; Opera Work- shop; " The Music Man " ; " Hansel and Gretel " ; " Crimes of the Heart " ; Al- pha Psi Omega. Jane J. Lester Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Mortar Board; Phi Kappa Phi; Ala- bama Association of Teach- ers Educators; Phi Theta Kappa. Tami F. McCray Alpha Epsi- lon Rho; Alpha Psi Omega; Debate and Forensics Team; Angel Flight; Alpha Delta Pi sorority; Lambda Chi Alpha little sister; " Of Mice and Men " ; " The Real Queen of Hearts Ain ' t Even Pretty " ; " Member of the Wedding " ; " See How They Run " ; Colle- giate Singers; WTSU Weath- er girl; Trojan Ambassador. Beverly M. Moreno Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Gamma Nu; TSU Body Building Club; Student Government Association; Tau Kappa Epsilon little sis- ter; TSU Forensics Team; vx See How They Run " ; " Crimes of the Heart. " Craig R. Myers Alpha Lambda Delta; TSU Rugby Club; Main Event; Tropolitan editor. James L. O ' Dowd Mortar Board; Gamma Beta Phi; Pre-College Orientation Leader; Student Govern- ment Association; Alumni Hall president; Catholic Campus Ministries; Interfra- temity Council president, treasurer; Pi Kappa Phi fra- ternity president, treasurer; Student Publications Board. Timothy L. Spraggins Gam- ma Beta Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Mu Alpha; TSU Marching Band; Reading Band; Symphonic Band; Col- legiate Singers; Opera Or- chestra. Cynthia G. Squires Gamma Beta Phi; Mortar Board; Phi Kappa Phi; HYPER; Trojan Seahorses; Intramural Soft- ball and Volleyball; Trojan Hostesses; Lifegaurd. Who ' s Who 39 Ingalls Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching Dr. Nicholas D ' Andrea was the recipient of the Ingalls Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching. Dr. D ' Andrea, Assistant Profes- sor of Geography, has been with the University since 1968. The award, sponsored by the Ingalls Foundation of Bir- mingham which supports quality teaching in colleges and universities, consists of $1000 plus a citation plaque presented by the Founda- tion. It is the highest award a member of the faculty at Troy State can receive. Dr. D ' Andrea received his B.S. degree from Troy State University and his M.A. and Ph.D from the Univeristy of Southern Mississippi. 40 Honors Convocation Algernon Sidney Sullivan Award Donna Gay Anderson s ex- tracurricular and academic accomplishments are well known and show the selfdis- cipline and quiet spirit indi- cative of the Algernon Sid- ney Sullivan Award, " read the citation at the Honors Convocation. Donna was also named the winner of the Panhellenic Award for her outstanding contribu- tions to Greeks life. Donna is a senior Social Work major from Troy. Donna is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Anderson. Derek Lane Young, a senior Banking and Finance major from Milledgeville, Georgia, was cited by the Algernon Sidney Sulliven Committee for his " high scholarship, ath- letic achievement and pro- fessional ability " while pos- sessing, " personal quantities and character which enable him to be pleasant, helpful and dependable. His spiritu- al beliefs have been trans- lated into everyday ac- tion. " Derek is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Young. Donald J. Gibson, Vice President for Student Affairs and Administrative Assistant to the Chancellor, was pre- sented the Algernon Sidney Sullivan Award for " exempli- fying throughout his career the standards of service and education associated with the Algernon Sidney Sulliven Award " and " his deep and sincere concern for the wel- fare of the students at Troy State University which has earned him the respect of the students, his fellow work- ers and the community. " Mr. Gibson is shown with his wife Mrs. Carolyn H. Gibson. Honors Convocation 41 Honors Convocation As Spring quarter drew to a close, those who were graduating began to see their dreams realized and those who led them to graduation be gan to see their efforts, advice and concern rewarded. Honors Convo- cation, held on Thursday, May 15, 1986, enabled Troy State University to recognize students and faculty members who contributed much to the University and who showed exemplary dedication to higher learning. Dr. Manual Johnson, a native of Troy and a TSU alumni, honored the University by returning as guest speaker. He currently serves as vice-chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and his successes in life remain a symbol of the fine quality of students Troy State University embodies. Included among those recognized were Hosea Kirk- land (The Beta Beta Beta Scholarship and Service Award), Douglas Thompson (Alpha Psi Sigma Criminal Justice Honor Graduate), Ann Johnson (Sigma Tau Del- ta and Bernard E. Williams Award), and Justin Durran- ce,ll (Phi Alpha Theta Scholastic Award and the Colo- nial Dames of America Award). Other recipients in- clude Paul Matthews (The Professor Ray Mathis Award), Alisa Creel (The Virgil L. Collins Mathematics Award), Martha Day (Alabama Society of CPA ' s Ac- counting Achievement Award), Melissa Adams (Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key), Doree Harris (Phi Gamma Nu Scholarship Key and Phi Kappa Phi Scholastic Award), and Derek Young (Wall Street Journal Student Achievement Award and Ralph W. Adams Leader of the Year Award). Also receiving awards were Denise Johnson (Tex Whaley Association of Childhood Education Award), Cynthia Squires (Health, Physical Education and Re- creation Academic Honors Award), Michael Hays (Psi Chi Award), Cathy Free (W. P. Lewis Outstanding Ju- nior in Education Award), Charles Ellis (R. H. Ervin Out- standing Senior in Education Award) and Starla Kelley (Sigma Alpha lota Scholastic Award and the Music Department Outstanding Senior Award). Recognitioin was given to Kathleen Jarboe (Georgia Irene Gill Davis Memorial Award), Thomas Griffith (James Burns Cle- ments Award), Mary Blaydes (Sorrell Award), Tammy Murden (Alpha Lambda Delta Outstanding Freshmen Award), Amy Hall (Gamma Beta Phi Outstanding Sen- ior Member arship), and Tami McCray (Alpha Psi Ome- ga Scholastic Award). Sigma Chi fraternity receivied the Interfraternity Council Scholastic Award, and Al- pha Gamma Delta sorority received the Panhellenic Council Scholarship Award. 42 Honors Convocaiton .. Opposite Page: Top: Dr. Manual Johnson of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors presented a motivating speech. Bottom: Ann Johnson received the Sigma Tau Delta Award and the Bernard E. Wil- liams Award for Excellence in Eng- lish. This Page: Top: The Phi Alpha Theta Award was presented to Justin Dur- rance. Center Left: Cynthia Squires received the Health, Physical Edu- cation and Recreation Academic Honor Award, Center Right: Dr. Charles Jones presented the Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honor Graduate Award to Douglas Thompson. Bottom Left: Dr. William Denison bestowed the Music De- partment Outstanding Senior Award to Starla Kelley. Bottom Right: Martha Day was awarded the Alabama Society of CPA ' s Ac- counting Achievement Award by Mr. Lee Daniel. Honors Convocation 43 1 1 • I • 44 Campus Life a Zwy State of Mind Campus £ife Charlie Finch Section Editor Garry Cannon Kim Carlton Leslie Carroll Van English Contributing Editors Greg Benton Cara English Ed Moseley Donald Norsworthy Dan Smith Photographers Philanthropies 48 Fashion 52 Exchange Students 56 Off -Campus Living 60 Seek Program 66 Spring Quarter Fun 68 Airbands 74 CamDus Life 45 mm - m i x ? . .r- ' - . ' • dhf »■ ♦-. Jf % . ' On the TSU campus, students can be found lending a hand in a myraid of ways. Troy State employs approxi- mately 500 students, which is Ve of the main campus en- rollment. The two types of student jobs are workstudy and workship. Workstudy is based on financial need and is funded by the federal government. There are no reguired skills for workstudy, students are placed in var- ious offices, or wherever ex- tra help is needed. The workship program is paid by University funds and is based on skill. Each de- partment does its individual hiring. For example, tutors are hired by departments to assist students in many sub- jects. When 2X is not the an- swer and 40778393X- 23ypr + 67t is, math tutor Su- zanne Madison stands ready to come to the rescue. The Writing Center, near Smith Hall, maned with a staff of students and faculty, assists students in writing, but not just for English courses. Elea- nor Lee, head of the Center, said students are chosen for their ability to write, spell, and use grammar. Students can also find jobs working directly on the This Page: Top: Gerry Brooks teaches a local youth how to float. Bottom: Pam Davis and Cindy Brown look for information in the TSU bulletin. Opposite Page: Top Left: Math tu- tor Suzanne Madison gives a trou- bled student helpful hints. Top Right: ACUB member Angela Coleman prepares a poster for an upcoming event. Bottom Left: Drew Jacobs, security supervisor of the Adams Center, uses the computer to locate schedules. Bottom Right: Steve Dabbs and Todd Gatlin, Alumni staff members, review room lists. campus yearbook, newspa- per, or Adams Center Union Board. Angela Coleman, publicity chairman for the ACUB, keeps students in- formed of the many activi- ties the ACUB sponsors. An- gela was recommended by the Union Board and ap- proved by the Student Gov- ernment spring of 1985. " I have really enjoyed working with students, and feel that the experience I have gained will help me in my fu- ture career, which is journal- ism, " said Angela. Cleaning the natatorium pool, washing the pool ' s decks and watching people constantly to insure water safety may not sound like a glamorous job. But, for Gerry Brooks, who works at the University pool, the benefits are numerous. " I am certi- fied to teach people how to swim, and when I have the chance to teach local kids, - ► it ' s really neat to see their progress. I feel like I ' m really teaching them something they ' ll always be able to use. " Gerry, along with 12 other TSU students, are cer- tified lifegaurds hired to in- sure the safety of swimmers. (cont. next page.) 46 Students helping students Ill get by with a little help from my friends cont.) Dorm assistant directors, proctors, and student direc- tors may appear at times to e the great peace makers, : r to some, the great " en- forcers. " But their duties are sometimes more difficult than they seem; there ' s more to it than yelling at 1 a.m. in the morning, " Turn the radio down, now! " Pa- per work for dorm assistants may pile to incredible hieghts, especially around room switch time. Steve Dabbs, an assistant director at Alumni, feels he earns his pay in more ways than many people realize. Work- ing in offices, the library, the Adams Center, physical plant, and SAGA are just a few of the other jobs stu- dents may hold on campus. Many students find that the extra money is more than just handy; it ' s a welcomed friend come pay day. Cindy Brown, who works in the counseling office, said " The money I make may not be a lot, but it sure helps when bills come pilling in. " Cindy also said, " I enjoy helping students, I feel like it ' s what this university is about — helping each other get by. " article by Charlie Finch Students helping students 47 Good Times, Hard Work . . fill for a Good Cause!! wr j , ; - 1 I I • : V ■■■■ fc«» - B M ' i» ' « ..» SI SS ' ll 1 1 — ' ' " ' -i What is a philanthropy? The dictionary gives the definition: " The love of man- kind, especially in acts of charity. " Troy State stu- dents live this meaning to its fullest extent. By sponsoring fund raisers and other activi- ties, they demonstrate their love and concern for one another, the Troy communi- ty, and mankind as a whole. TSU students are not the only ones who get involved; campus administrators, local residents, and city officals donate a lot in the way of time and money. While rais- ing money and providing food and clothing are mat- ters our campus " philanthro- pists " take to heart, they never fail to have fun in the process. Many TSU organi- zations raise money for charitable donations, some supporting the same cause each year. While the Greek system is not the sole contri- butor to and sponsor of phil- anthropy projects, it does dominate the campus in terms of the amount of do- nations raised and the num- ber of people who partici- pate. Greek organizations usually support national al- truistic foundations, and several at TSU also support local causes. The Greeks are not alone, though, for other service groups on campus do their share for charities, (con ' t on page 50) Philanthropies 48 Opposite Page: Top: Calender Girl contest remained a traditional part of TSU ' s fall quarter Center Left: HPER sponsored a children ' s festival during spring quarter. Center Right: Project HOPE benefited from a Tee- ter-Totter marathon. Bottom: So- rorities participated in " Powder Puff " football to find it was just as draining as men ' s flag football. This Page: Top: The Pike County Pensions and Security Fund reaped the rewards earned when a TSU fraternity kidnapped town officials for reward money. Center Left: Ex- panding relations between Greeks and campus administrators was the goal of many Greek organizations and was symbolized be teas given in their honor. Center Right: New twists were seen in philanthropy projects, with one organizations sponsoring a Jump-A-Thon to col- lect funds for the Ronald McDonald House. Bottom: Food and fun proved to be important elements in money-making activities. Philanthropies 49 4 50 Philanthropies Top Left. Local children delighted in their " finds " at SGA ' s Easter Egg Hunt Top Right: A group dubbed themselves the " Indys " and had a blast preppin ' to " Rappers Delight " during an airband competition. Bot- tom: One sorority sponsored " Dash for a Cure for JDF, " in which Eliza- beth Wilson played an inspirational role as their poster child. s Ik rr This past year charitable causes centering around children appeared to domi- nate the actions of campus philanthropy projects, as groups raised money for charities like the Wallace Vil- lage for Children and the Je- venile Diabetes Foundation and hosted activities for lo- cal children like the SGA Easter Egg Hunt and HPER ' s childrens festival. Other charitable causes TSU groups supported included the Muscular Dystrophy As- sociation, the Ronald Mc- Donald House, Project HOPE, Play Units for the Severely Handicapped fP.U.S.H.), the American Heart Association, Pike County Pensions and Security fund and the Ameri- can Red Cros s Blood Drive. Many organizations strived to help the local community by having cookouts for the kids at the Baptist Childrens Home and by playing bingo with the residents at Pike Manor Nursing Home. While the benefits of the philanthrophies goes to the needy in the final resolve, those who participate in the projects benefit as well. Fun, food, and exercise, supple- mented by the gratification of helping others, make it all worth while. Though some of the things seem a bit far fetched, even crazy, they do provide stuff for good, memorable pictures (like fraternity graffiti raids and airband parties). For those who sat around and watched, one thing is cer- tain ... YOU MISSED OUT. Having fun and working hard ... all for a good cause. Philanthropies 51 in .• ■ i. ' jL ' From 60 ' s revival to 80 ' s Inn vation, campus fashion loot an anything-goes attitude - classes, blue jeans with virtu il , any topping were the order f the day, while evenings r - • came traditionally dressi. •, skirts and rhineston . I n jirls khakis and dirty bucks for gn , Girls did not save their rhlnes tones only for dates — in nru 11 1 , cases, pastel was the n, symbol of femininity with the new androgynous fashio , While the girls borrowed fron the traditional menswear 1 l ■ signs for sweaters and blouv both sexes borrow. I n in portant pattern from the ■ ties: paisley. S88 Eni m is • • • « • 4f Photography by Cara English [52 Wrapping? Wrappings 53 TRQY ' S INTERNATIONAL APPEAL Right: Lynda Hughes Bottom Left: Ben Wisden Bottom Right: Rainer Carius. Opposite Page: Left: Michael Christmass Left: Carlota Mendoca uring 1985 and 1986, |: the nations of the " II world continued their search for mutual under- standing and respect. How successful the effort has been or will be is debatable; At Troy State an attempt has been made to bridge the cultural and political gaps between the US and foreign countries. The stu- dent exchange program provides a vehicle for mutu- al understanding. Students travel from sundry parts of the world to spend a year or more at TSU. The cultural ex- change that develops among foreign students, faculty, and American stu- dents serves to enhance both college life and appre- ciation for other societies. Six exchange students were chosen by the PALLA- DIUM staff to relate their ex- periences at TSU. The six se- lected were Takanobu Miwa from Japan, Lynda ii. i c i-_i . — i n-. nuyi ico iivjiii ii ciui iu, ucn Wisden from Great Britian, Rainer Carius from Ger- many, Carlota Mendoca from Brazil, and Mike Christ- mass from Australia. il onderful, marvelous, beyond description, " II - II is how Takanobu Miwa of Japan describes Troy State. But, when probed further, certain Americanisms bother Takan- obu and have been some- what difficult for him. For example, American food does not agree with his taste buds. " I miss Japanese cooking which is lighter and more vegetables and rice are used. Whenever possi- ble, I eat Japanese style food. " The one main thing he wants to change about TSU is " the taste of SAGA. " Takanobu came to TSU in k M sr -vf - rr r f +K - A mar! can system of economics and management. He plans to " combine the best points of the US and Japanese economic systems. " With the knowledge gained, he plans to find a job related to international trade. Takanobu intends to re- turn to Japan after the 1985-86 school year. Be- cause he is the eldest son, he must return home to take care of his parents, a duty which he takes great pride aking decisions and maturing were two _ obstacles faced by Lynda Hughes, who comes from the green, rolling hills of Ireland. Mom was too far away from Troy to call ev- ery other night if there was a problem , and letters could take as long as two weeks to arrive. " I was forced to grow up over night: I had no family around to do it for me. " Troy State was brought to Lynda ' s attention by a friend visiting her in Ireland. She was encouraged to apply for a golf scholarship, and. one. Lynda plays golf for the nationally ranked TSU wom- en ' s golf team. Other things that took a little getting use to were driving on the " wrong " side of the road and facing the home it s mountanious and rains a lot. Here it ' s just hot, " she said. Lynda plans to return to Ireland upon graduation and work in her homeland. == rjj en Wisden from Lon- F don may not have =b been hindered by the language barrier, but did find differences that set the two countries apart. " The people here in the South are very friendly but are often closed minded. I do enjoy the casual atmo- sphere at TSU and the work- ing together of the people, " said Ben. At first Ben had some pre- concieved notions of what life in the South would be like. " I was afraid to come here (Troy) because I thought it would be like the ' Dukes of Hazzard ' . " To me, the people of Troy are the best part of TSU; going to class is one thing I could do without, " said Ben. When asked to de- scribe TSU in one word, he replied in a confident man- ner, " Party. " Harvard and eventually to work for an accounting firm. Hec Engl ope hopes to return to and travel in Eur- = ponsored by the ederation of Ger- n H man-American Clubs, Rainer Carius from Germany was the first ex- change student to TSU. Rainer has enjoyed exper- iencing the differences be- tween the countries educa- tional systems. " In German universities we have only one exam per semester and it is the stu- dents responsibility to keep up with his studies in order to be prepared for his exam, " said Rainer. Rainer had the opportuni- ty to visit various fraternity houses during Fall Rush. Commenting on the Greek system, he believes that there are benefits, such as brotherhood and unity. However, " The disadvan- tages are on the interna- tional level " , said Rainer, " There is no social Greek system in German universi- ties. " Upon returning to Ger- many after the spring of 1986, Rainer plans to contin- ue his studies in mechanical engeneering. [ jq pj] ichael Christmass from Australia might 1 not be considered a typical TSU freshman, but it is more than simply his heri- tage that makes him unique. " I ' ve always wanted to come to America ever since ) was little. I applied to sev- eral colleges in the States in hopes of receiving a schol- arship, " he explained. Michael ' s break came when he was offered a scholarship by TSU ' s tennis coach Dennis Rogers, which came about through a rec- commendation by Auburn ' s tennis coach. " The Eagle ' s songs were probably my biggest inspira- tion for wanting to see America because of the im- agery of the US that was created in their songs, " ex- i! plained Michael. Michael plans on staying at TSU until spring 1987 and then travel to Europe and play some tennis tourna- ments there. z gmt: arlota Mendoca EI E f rom Brazi| w as able k=J to experience some- thing new on the Delta Chi ski trip during winter quarter — snow. " We went to North Caroli- na and it was so much fun, I just couldn ' t believe it — snow! I also had the chance to ski for the first time, " said Carlota. Carlota was a high school exchange student and stayed with Lisa Boutwell, who, upon entering TSU, in- vited Carlota to attend col- lege with her. " One of the things I really enjoy is the social life at TSU. At home we just go to school and return home. " At the end of winter quar- ter 1986, Carlota plans to return home, but she hopes to come back to Troy fall quarter and join a sorority. — article by Garry Cannon and Charlie Finch Foreign Students 57 A Symbol of Zroy State ' s Heritage . . . I Top. The President ' s mansion during and dolls ornament the library, spring when the azaleas are in Bottom Right: The clock that hangs bloom. in the stairway was once used to Bottom Left: The bust of Matilda ring bells in classes on campus, and Mrs. Adams ' collection of bells 58 The President ' s Mansion Zke President ' s Mansion The President ' s Mansion is a building with a story to tell. Construction of the mansion began under the presiden- cy of Charles Bunyan Smith, and its first inhabitants were the succeeding president, Dr. Frank Ross Stewart. After Dr. Stewart ' s death. Dr. Ralph Adams became presi- dent, and he and his wife Dorothy moved into the mansion in 1964. Since then, Mrs. Adams has shaped the house into a true showcase of TSU history and hospital- ity. A great deal of the decor in the mansion includes an- tiques and items from over- seas. Mrs. Adam ' s collec- tions of bells, dolls, plates, and cookbooks add to the mansion ' s ambience. Special features in the house, which are memora- ble for those who visit, are the Trojan Porch,done in the university ' s colors — red and black;Rogue ' s Gallery, the hall lined with pictures of the Adams ' friends and acquan- tances; and the frosted glass panes which border the front door. The panes were created by an original process developed by Mr. Ed Walter of the TSU Art De- partment. The family dog, Fido, and the ghost of Dr. Stewart are two other inhabitants who cause all kinds of mischief. The ghost, Mrs. Adams says, roams the halls of the ma n- sion, opening doors and shifting pictures on the walls. The President ' s Mansion stands as a symbol of TSU and serves as more than just a home for the University president and his wife. Its doors are open for digni- taries, faculty and students, reflecting the hospitality of its inhabitants as well as the congenial attitude of the University. article by Kim Carlton Top: Mrs. Adams explains a picture hanging in Rogue ' s Hall. Bottom Left: The frosted glass panes that line the front door. Bot- tom Right: Oriental decor is an en- hancing aspect of the mansion. The President ' s Mansion 59 Hot Dogs and Dish Pan Hands Top Right: Lisa Holmes fixes some soup, enjoying the comforts of a private kitchen. Top Left: Travis Holley and Tommy Smith, taking a break from cooking. Below: Having pets is a benefit of living off campus, as Allison Mullin shows, enjoying time with her cat. 60 Off Campus Living • • • Off Campus Living " Nobody told me I would have to share my bathroom with thirty other people. " These and other sentiments have often been used in ref- erence to the tradition of dorm life. What are the alterna- tives? Apartments, trailers, and a handful of houses for rent offer many students the comforts and, unfortunately the responsibilities of home. With no maids and no meal ticket, it was often a good idea to get acquainted with a sponge and a T.V. dinner. Arty Wright, who lives in an off-campus apartment, thought of authoring " 1001 Things To Do With a Ham Sandwich. " With this respon- sibility came more freedom and more privacy, perhaps the strongest incentives for students to move off cam- pus. Alison Mullin, who rents a house, enjoys being able to have private parties, and Lisa Holmes likes to cook din- ner at her apartment for that " special friend. " This privacy sounds great, but does it cut off from the main stream of campus activi- ties? Lisa Hutcheson maintains that apartment life does not seclude her from campus; in fact, she finds that the major difference between dorm and apartment life is that she does not have to move out of her apartment at the end of each quarter. Freedom has its price, al- though most students say that the benefits of living off campus greatly outweigh the monetary requirements. Even in a city the size of Troy, apartments, houses and trailers offer students rent costs ranging from the very inexpensive to the rela- tively expensive. The secret to finding a steal is the same fl f { - w secret to finding a good used car: a diligent search. Many have found what they were looking for — even if it was their senior year before they found it. Those thirty other people are pretty annoying when you ' ve been standing in a towel for fifteen minutes. Just keep in mind that these thirty other people and many more are sharing the rent. Left: Listening to records with-out disturbing anyone is an added pleasure of living off campus. Right: Lisa and Rodney Hutcheson play a game of poker in their apart- ment. Below: Scenes of various off-cam- pus dwellings. Off Campus Living 61 MOWTiMi Flying through the air with the greatest ot ease were hundreds of airplanes during halftime of TSU basketball games. Fans constructed the planes with great perci- sion, in hopes of creating a " mean flying machine. " The greatest care was taken to launch the cruisers, aimed toward their final destina- tions — the gym floor. Although the paper air plane escapades may sound like an episode from the memories of a juvenile delinquent, the outcome was much more rewarding. Students, faculty and other spectators threw the planes, hoping to win prizes. Envelopes were placed on the court, with various prizes listed inside. The plane which landed closest to an enve- lope was declared the win- ner, and the launcher. whose name was printed somewhere on the plane, could win various prizes. Some of the prizes included dinners for two, 10 gallons of gasoline and sometimes even money. Local mer- chants donated many of the prizes, and a total of $2,000 in merchandise and cash was given away. The paper air plane mania was just one of the attempts made by Coach Maestri and staff to increase atten- dance at the games. At the conclusion of the season, attendance records were broken for the second year in a row, and expectations were high for the 86-87 sea- son. In addition to the air plane throw, an Iroch Z28, valued at $15,000, was up for grabs. Three names were drawn from a basket and each person had 25 sec- onds to successfully com- plete a series of basketball shots. Though the feat may have seemed impossible to some, there were a few who came close. When the season ended, no one could claim the car as theirs. Another halftime activity which proved to be very successful was Fraternity Night. Amid a crowd of row- dy Greeks, whose cheering ran rampant through the gym, brothers of the frater- nities competed in a tri- cycle race, a Rambo look- alike contest, a basketball spin marathon, and a free throw competition. Halftime activities, combined with the excitement during the games, made TSU Basket- ball — Showtime! article by C. Finch 62 Showtime! Showtime! 63 Being broke is no stranger to college students — ev- eryone finds his wallet emp- ty at one time or another. Many find it hard to survive on the minimal budget re- ceived from parents or the money earned from a part- time job. Of course, some life styles reauire the budget of a " Rockefeller. " Most college students go through a traditional phase when first entering school. The initial part is rather easy: students regularly receive a small fortune in the mail from parents, once the money is recieved, the newly found freedom of being indepen- dent hits like a brick. " Oh, I just have to have this for my new dorm room " or " I have to have that new outfit to wear on campus " are ex- pressions one might say as an inexperienced freshman. When the reality of bills or other expenses hit, howev- er, the initial fit of having money wears off and pov- erty sets in. There are many ways stu- dents try to overcome the effects of little or no money. Calling home or writing let- ters to Mom and Dad is usu- ally the first approach. Wording is carefully planed and the conversation car- ries on until Mom or Dad asks, " Need anything? " Then, of course, the student, after mustering every ounce of courage, asks for the needed funds. If the answer is " Yes, " a feeling of relief sets in — until the money runs out again. If the answer is " No!, " the instinct of budget-stretching takes over. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are delicacies in the college stu- dent ' s diet, and macaroni and cheese, tuna fish, and noodles (25 cents a pack- age) are necessary for shopping lists. If one ' s social life suffers from his lack of money — Heaven forbid! — he can become creative with his extra time. Popcorn parties, psf ic- hr " nan lei 1c % ity 64 Budget Shock article trivial pursuit marathons, or just watching T.V. and drink- ling cheap beverages are alternatives for the poverty- stricken partier. Somehow, no matter how low the stu- dent may be on money, he manages to find funds for the weekend, known as the can ' t eat this week, I need money for Friday ight " syndrome. Rolling pennies, buying ■ generic food, and clipping out coupons are all symp- foms of the dreaded Nega- article by Dykes Culp tive Cash Flow disease. To- ward the end of the guarter is when the plague hits the hardest; the check book begins to dwindle and Mom and Dad recieve weekly, daily, even hourly phone calls. But one must remem- ber that a job and " real money " await for he who survives four years of aca- demics and borderline pov- erty. Opposite page: Laurie Kline cuts coupons out of the Trop. Center: Jim and Cara English check out the generic brands. Top: Wayne God- win calls home for money. Bottom Margaret Rhodes rolls pennies for some extra cash. Budget Shock 65 til I U Summer Education Expanding Knowledge 8SS-- » Many of the thirty-three young men and women who came to Troy State for summer quarter 1985 ' s SEEK Program had never been on a college campus, but they were no strangers to the academic world. Under the direction of Admissions Counselor Van English, SEEK, (which stands for Summer Education Expanding Knowl- edge) united high school ju- niors with exceptional grades and entrance exam scores. Thirty of the students came to the University on George C. Wallace Aca- demic Scholarships, which are renewable after the stu- dents graduate from high school. (continued next page) Seek students are Row One: Jon Arendt, Luverne; Eric Stephens, Cuthbert, GA; Steve Parrish, Mont- gomery; Michael Stoker, Cairo, GA; Cathy Bridgeman, Scottsboro; Me- lissa Morris, Orange Springs, FL; Beth Lewis, Andalusia; Leslie Dozier. Hurtsboro; Stephania Hyde, Andalu- sia; and Van English, director. Row Two: Mary Chestnut, St. George Is- land, FL; Greg Gordy, Ringgold, GA; Danny Dwyer, Troy; Pam Clark, Lake City, FL; Taylor Rushing, Elba; Missy Butts, Luverne; Shannon O ' Connor, Sparks.GA; Cathy Tur- berville, Mckenzie; Amanda Hos- kins, Nokomis, FL; Donna Anderson, counselor, Troy. Row Three: Bud Palmer, counselor, St. Petersburg, FL; Jeft Preston, Ozark; Harris Davis, Elba; Randy Fleming, Montgomery; Dwayne Nicholson, Banks; Allen Tippy, Excel; Leigh Golden. Nota- sulga; Kim Carlton, Perry, FL; Sabra Poller, Marianna, FL; and Denise Tauton, Tallassee. 66 SEEK The scholastic talents ex- hibited by these young peo- ple were just one facet of their potential. Throughout the summer, many of them became involved in The Mu- sic Man, the Opera Work- shop production. They played summer league dents were so pleased with the college experience that they elected to skip their senior year of high school to remain at Troy State for fall quarter 1985. SEEK counselors Donna Anderson, a social rehab major from Troy, and Bud sports, performed in a talent show, and injected them- selves into the mainstream of college life. Weekly meetings allowed them to openly discuss problems and to make suggestions. Mon- day night seminars provided information and inter- " The SEEK program put me right in the heart of TSU ' s activities and let me be a college student for two months. Fortunatly, I was able to return fall, pledge a sorority and be- come involved on cam- pus. " Leigh Golden " After students recover from the initial shock of learning my age (17), they seem to forget that I am an early admission student. I am treated as equally as everyone else. " Kim Carlton Palmer, a public relations major from St. Petersburg, commented that working with the program was one of the most rewarding and beneficial experiences of their college carrer. The suc- cess of SEEK will be mea- sured by the attainments of change on such topics as career planning, extracuri- cular activities, Greek life, and effective study tech- niques. Professors continual- ly commented on the excel- lent class participation and superior intelligence of the SEEKers. Some of them even " The SEEK program was a collection of many differ- ent students, all wanting to get a head start on their high school peers. " " I have no regrets about skipping my senior year. " Eric Stephens " Adjusting to TSU has not been difficult for me be- cause the experience I gained over the summer put me one step ahead of entering freshmen fall quarter. " Amanda Hoskins its products for years to come. Ten of the thirty stu- dents involved in the SEEK program chose the option to skip their senior year of high school. Many of these students became active in honor societies, sororities, the Palladium, and many tutored upperclassmen! Although academic chal- lenge was stated as the main objective of the SEEK in its charter year, the rewards of the program were multi- ple. Many solid and lifelong friendships were begun, in fact, several of the SEEK stu- other facets of campus life. In addition to extracuricular activities, the students were reauired to keep a high grade point average while enrolled. article by Mr. Van English SEEK 67 Above: Enjoying blue skies and warm weather SPRING QUARTER BLUE SKIES AND GOOD TIMES pring Quarter is a time for ole Mr. Sun to peak through the mi- rage of clouds that seem to taint Winter Quarter. Spring fever fills the air as the aza- leas bloom and the campus becomes alive with activity Students return from Spring Break refreshed and ready to study, eager to attend classes and a little tired from perhaps having too much fun, well, at least a little tired if not eager or refreshed. ■c: 68 Spring Quarter At Pace Hall, as well as several other spots on campus, students create their own beach, 2V2 hours away from the nearest sandy shores. Tan bodies invade the cam- pus and many become victims of a wild and crazy disease — Beach Fever! Students can be seen on weekends, which usually begin Thursday night, heading for Pana- ma City, Ft. Walton Beach, or other beach havens, (cont. next page) Modeling the latest beach fashions Spring Quarter 69 SPRING (cont. from p.69) xts offer a wide riety of ways fo relax, shape-up, and of course sweaH can be H and April H bring tempered the 90 ' s. NevlB baseball fever ccH many students who er seeing TSU ' s nation ranked team win game after game. Tennis, swim- ming, bicycling, and softba become favorite sports o campus as students mi work and play. Concentrat ing on classes, especially at tending classes, can be diffi cult during Spring Quarter Some professors try to re lieve the spring quarter blues by holding classes out- doors in the quad or other spots on campus. Mellow Yellow Chug at May Day 70 Spring Quarter Fun in the Sun is the object of Spring Quarter, and there are a multitude of ways to have a good time. Fraterni- ties and sororities party at beach bashes, the Adams Center Union Board holds its annual May Day Carnival, which is a day of food, fun, and frolic; and P.E. classes, such as canoeing and sail- ing, are held under blue skies at the TSU lake. Though an occasional shower may get in the way, spring is still syn- anomous with blue skies, tan bodies, and fun! Spring Quarter 71 IN THE NEWS • • • The year of 1985-86 was filled with many events of both national and local in- terest which fused together to make an interesting year. Nationally, NASA suffered a major set back in its space program when the space shuttle, Challenger, ex- ploded shortly after lift-off on January 28, 1986. National pride and spirit peaked in April when Presi- dent Reagan launched an attack on Colonel Kad- haffy of Lybid. This attack occurred after United States officals found evi- dence that Kadhaffy was planning to promote sever- al terrorist acts throughout the world. Reagan ' s stand against terrorism was sup- ported by most Americans. Americans were also concerned about the Rus- sian Nuclear accident that happened In May. Russian officals originally an- nounced the accident as a major disaster, but later changed their reports to say that the Incident was small-scale and had done little damage; neverthe- less, the event caused a rise In concern about the safety of nuclear power plants. In Alabama, on a sad note, George Wallace an- nounced his decision to end his political career after he finished serving his fourth term as governor of Ala- bama. His decision to retire put an end to his forty year political career. In the sports scene this past year, the state of Ala- bama was elated when Auburn University ' s run- ning back Bo Jackson was awarded the prestigious Helsman trophy. National- ly, the NFL season was highlighted by the Chicago Bear ' s near perfect season In which they lost only one game. The Bear ' s, with their famous scorer William " Refrigerator " Perry, end- ed the NFL season by win- ning the superbowl. Over the past year the music In- dustry Introduced new groups and singers such as Ready for the World, Mr. Mister, and Whitney Hous- ton. These performers made popular songs like " Oh Sheila, " " Broken Wings, " and " You Give Love. " Radio stations played hits like " Harlem Shuffle, " " Kiss, " and " I Want My MTV " recorded by firmly established bands and singers such as The Rolling Stones, Prince, and Dire Straits. The movie world provided many different types of visu- al entertainment during the year. Serious dramas such as " Out of Africa " and " The Color Purple " grossed mil- lions of dollars in theatres as did lighter films like " Back to the Future. " Television experienced the year of NBC. With hit shows such as " Miami Vice " and " The Cosby Show " leading its weekly line up of popular shows, NBC held the position of number one tele- vision network for the first time in over thirty years. 72 In the News 1985-86 in Review An interesting and memo- rable year, 1985-86, was filled with events of local as well as national interest. These events molded to- gether to make this past year an unforgettable one. In the News 73 74 Airbands ' ; y%- - ' ;• ' • . There ' s a little bit of punk in all of us. Whether the " punk " is inspired by the sounds of rock-n-roll, new wave, country, or soul, the " ham " in all of us definitely shines when it comes to play- ing like the stars do. TSU students caught the airband and lip sync wave and rode it all year long, competing at fraternity airband parties and partici- pating in ACUB ' s sponsoring of " Putting on the Hits. " It may have looked crazy, but it defi- nitely did not stop anyone from having a good time. As one girl put it, " I kept thinking I would make a fool out of my- self, and even though I may have, people laughed and I like the atten- tion. " Attention centered among songs from the 1970 ' s at one airband party, bringing back " oldies but goldies " and inducing the audience to sing along. Being in the lime light meant dressing for the part, thus TSU students hit the Good Will store, their parents closets, and anywhere else they could find the necessary apparel for their gimmicks. And, of course, the instruments were essential. While some had authenic guitars and keyboards, others had to make their own. If there wasn ' t a piano handy, an ironing board would suffice. Troy State star-struck as such celeb- rities as Micheal Jackson and the Jack- son 5, KISS, the Beatles, Journey, Bos- ton, the Bee Gee ' s, Ray Stephens, and the Blues Brothers entertained, no autographs, please!! And even if only for a little while, those who assumed their identities were famous and felt just a little bit special. Airbands 75 « -• " 76 Classes a Zwy State of Mind Suellen Snoekstra Section Editor Kim Carlton Kim Collins Leigh Golden Wayne Godwin Michelle Smart Contributing Editors 1 ■_—■ M y i ., - r Greg Benton Cara English Lorri Studios Ed Mosley Donald Norsworthy Photographers Freshmen 78 Sophomores 95 Juniors 108 Seniors 120 Graduates 133 Classes 77 FRESHMEN P ABERCROMBIE. SARA; Louisville. AL ABERCROMBIE. WILLIAM. Douglas. GA ADAMS. BOBBIE; Ashford. AL ADAMS. CAROLYN; Andalusia, AL ADAMS, DORIS; Ft. Rucker. AL ADAMS. IRENE; Montgomery, AL ADAMS, JON; Troy, AL ADAMS, MARIA; LaGrange, GA ADAMS, MICHELLE; Dozier, AL ADAMS, RACHEL; Troy. AL ADAMS. ROWENA, Goodwater, AL ADAMS, TAMMY; Ft. Deposit, AL AIKEN, FRANKLIN. Mobile, AL ALESSANDRONI, MARK; York, PA ALICEA, ALBERT. Miami. FL ALLEN, JAMES; Troy. AL ALLEN. KENNETH; Hueytown, AL ALLEN. STEPHEN; Fairfax, VA ALSUP, KEVIN; Winter Haven, FL AMOS, CLIFFORD; Thomasville, AL ANDERSON, CHRISTOPHER; Mobile. AL ANDERSON, ERIC; Chancellor, AL ANDERSON, MARY; Fairhope, AL ANDERSON, ROBERT; Ft. Benning, GA ANDERSON, SHARHONDA; Grady, AL ANTHONY, PHYLLIS; Union Sprg, AL ARTHUR. DEBRA; Troy. AL ATHERLY, CHERYL; Lantana, FL ATKINS. CANDACE; Sweetwater. AL ATKINS, MARY; Montgomery, AL AUBREY, LYNN, Mohnton, PA AUSTIN, TINA; Phoenix City, AL AYER, DAVID; Tuscaloosa, AL AYRES, REGINA; Birmingham, AL BAKER, BENJAMIN; Norman Park. GA BAKER. KEN; Glenwood, AL BAKER. RANDAL; Childersburg, AL BAKER, RENEE; Wetumpka. AL BAKER, RUSSELL; Brundidge, AL BAKER, TRACI; Indialantic. FL BALDUCCI, LYNETTE; Sarasota, FL BALLANTINE, JEFFREY; Kissimmee. FL BANKSTON, MORRIS; Ozark, AL BARB. JAN; Troy, AL BARNARD, THOMAS; Eight Mile. AL BARNES. RAYMOND; Eufaula, AL BARNES, ROBERT; Goshen. AL BARNETT. EDWARD; Troy, AL BARTON. CHRISTINE. Rockledge. FL BARTON, JAMES; Uniontown, AL BARTON, KENNETH; Gantt, AL BARTON. SHARON. Gantt. AL BASS, REBECCA, Newton, AL BASS, SUSAN; Newton, AL BATES, SHRYLAN; Climax, GA BAUGH, KAREN; Thomasville, AL 78 Freshmen BAXLEY. JENNIFER. Montgomery. AL BAXTER. JANNIQUE. Troy. AL BEARDEN. BRIAN. Alpharetta. GA BEASLEY. KAREN. Montgomery. AL BEASLEY. KIMBERLY. Clayton. AL BECK. RONALD. Phenix City. AL BECK. TERESA. Lapme. AL BEECH. GAYLE. Montgomery. AL BELL. ANNEMARIE. Florence. AL BELL. DOUGLAS. Donalsonville. GA BELL. KAREN. Montgomery. AL BELL. YOLANDA. Montgomery. AL BENEFIELD. LAURA. Gracevllle. FL BIEGLER. MATTHEW. Titusville. FL BIRMINGHAM. WENDY. Wetumpka. AL BISHOP. MICHAEL C. Titusville. FL BISHOP, MICHAEL. Lakeland. FL BISHOP. TERENCE. Butler. AL BLACK. LEIGH; Greenville, AL BLACKBURN. USA. Georgiana. AL BLACKMON. BRYAN, Dothan. AL BLANKENSHIP, DANNY. Echo. AL BLOZIS. DIANE. Cape Coral; FL BODIFORD. SHELLY; Montgomery. AL BOGGS. CHARLES. Winter Park. FL BONN. MARGARET. Eastpoint. FL BOSHELL. ALVIN; Ft. Lauderdale. FL BOUTWELL. LISA; Troy. AL BOWDOIN. SAMUEL; Durant. FL BOWES. REBECCA; Lakeland. FL BOWMAN. NANCY; Eufaula. AL BOYETT. RONNIE; Smiths Station. AL BOX. TERRI; Oneonta. AL BRACKEN, DARYL; Alma. GA BRADFORD. JONATHAN. Sylacauga. AL BRADLEY. SARAH; Pensacola, FL BRANCH, PAMELA, Montgomery, AL BRANNON. KIMBERLY. Donalsonville, GA BRANTLEY, JAMES; Troy, AL BRANTLEY, JO ANNA; Troy, AL BRANTLEY, JOHN; Troy, AL BRANTON, MICHAEL; Smithstation, AL BRASHER. JANET; Montgomery. AL BRASWELL. HANNAH; Enterprise, AL BRASWELL, JEANNIE; Birmingham, AL BRAY, SONYA; Scottsboro, AL BRITTON, DAVE; Montgomery, AL BRODERICK, PATRICK. Pensacola. FL BRODERICK. PEYTON. Peach Tree City.GA BROOKS, ERIK; Montgomery, AL BROOKS, NORRIS; Smiths, AL BROWN. BARBARA. Wetumpka. AL BROWN. CAROL; Troy. AL BROWN. CHRISTOPHER; Lakeland. FL BROWN. ESTHER; Montgomery. AL BROWN. JACQUELINE; Birmingham. AL BROWN. JOANN; Montgomery. AL BROWN. JOHN; Brewton, AL BROWN. JULIA; Glenwood. AL BROWN, REBECCA; Wetumpka, AL BROWN, SAMANTHA. South Bend. IN BROWN. SCOTT; Rutledge. AL BROWN, STEVEN. Marietta. GA BROWN. TAMIKO; Montgomery. AL BRUCE. TAMMY. Lagrange. GA BRUNSON, KIMBERLY. Elba. AL BRUYNELL. BETH; Highland. IN BRYAN, WARNER. Atmore. AL BRYANT, GREGORY; Blackshear. GA BRYANT, MARY; Troy. AL Freshmen 79 BRYANT. WILLARD; Georgiana, AL BUFF, SCOTT; Roanoke. AL BURCH. PHILIP; Troy. AL BURGESS. GENA; Defuniak Sprg. FL BURKE. VALERIE; Eastpoint. FL BURRELL. WARREN; Jackson. AL BUSH, JACQUELINE; Monroeville. AL BUTLER. SHANE; Eclectic. AL BUYCKS. RODERICK; Montgomery, AL BYRD, CAROLL; Evergreen, AL BYRD, SHEILA; Troy, AL CAIN, BRIAN; Grand Bay, AL CAIN, KERON; Kinston, AL CALHOUN. DARYL; Banks. AL CALHOUN. LONNEKE; Troy, AL CALLOWAY. DEZONDRIA; Dothan, AL CAMPBELL. REGINA; Marbury. LA CAMPBELL, TOWNLY; Enterprise, AL CAPRARA, BRADLEY; Pensacola, FL CARLISLE, ANGIE; Opp. AL CARLTON, KIMBERLY; Perry. FL CARROLL. SHERRY. Montgomery. AL CARSWELL, MATHER; Dothan. AL CARTER. CHARLES; Ariton. AL CARTER, DERRICK; Troy. AL CARTER. LATANYA; Bessemer, AL CARTER, ROBERT. Grady. AL CARTER. THOMAS; Brooksville. FL CARVER. JAMES; Cairo, GA CASEY, ANGIE; Clio, AL CASSADY, JERILYN; Pace, FL CHAMBLEE, SHARON; Montgomery, AL CHAPMAN. SHERI; Atlanta. GA CHARTER. JAMES; Montgomery, AL CHESTNUT, MARY; Minter, AL CHILDERS, LEE; Skipperville, AL CHIPMAN, WILLIAM; Arcadia, FL CHISUM, MICHELLE; Montgomery, AL CHRISTENSEN, RAE; Foley. AL CHRISTIAN, JOAN; Montgomery, AL CHRISTMASS, MICHAEL; West Australia CLARK, BETSY, Whigham, GA CLARK, BYRAN; Opp, AL CLARK, CEDRIC; Birmingham, AL CLARK, CYNTHIA; Enterprise, AL CLARK, MARY; Montgomery. AL CLARK, OLIVIA; Geneva, AL CLARK, PATRICIA. Montgomery. AL CLARK, STACEY; Milton, FL CLAYTON, PATRICIA; Montgomery. AL CLEGG, CHRISTOPHER; Columbus, GA CLEMMONS, TONYA; Ashford, AL CLIKAS, CARRIE; Marianna. FL COATE. LEENETTE, Thomasville. AL CODY. ROBERT. Clayton. AL COLLIER. PATRICIA; Apony. NY COLVIN. LINDA. Montgomery, AL CONBOY, THOMAS; Lake Worth, FL CONNER. SANDRA; Troy. AL COOK. CHARLES; Union Sprg, AL COOK, GLEN; Farmersville, AL COOK, RENAE; Newton, AL COON, THOMAS; Millbrook, AL CORBITT. KARA; Crestview. FL CORSINO. DIANE; Montgomery. AL COSSON. MISTY; Ponce De Leon, FL COTTINGHAM, GENE; Jay, FL COX, CYNTHIA; Tallahassee. FL CRAIG. AMY; Selma. AL CRENSHAW, CASS; Minter. AL 80 Freshmen _ K t W CRENSHAW. TINA. Bessemer. AL CRIM. GRETCHEN; Alabaster. AL CRISP. LAWRENCE; Green Clove Sprg. FL CRUMLY. CATHY. Wetumpka. AL CULLEN, ANNA. Tallahassee. FL CULPEPPER. LISA; Troy. AL CURENTON. CELENA; Troy. AL DAILEY. ELAINE. Camden. AL DAMRON. DAVID; Montgomery, AL DANEK, DANA; Haomasassa. FL DANSBY. JOHN; Selma. AL DANTZLER. MENDELYN; Greenville. AL DANSINGER, JANA; Midland City. AL DAUGHERTY. FRANK; Panama City, FL DAUGHERTY, WILLIAM; Panama City. FL DAVENPORT. JAMES; Jemison, AL DAVENPORT. PATRICIA. Troy. AL DAVIDSON. SARAH. Montgomery, AL DAVIS. BETH; Panama City, FL DAVIS, BRIAN; Milton, FL DAVIS, DONNA; Pell City, AL DAVIS, JAMES; Jemison, AL DAVIS, LISA; Ft. Deposit, AL DAVIS, STANLEY; Troy. AL DAVIS. SUSAN; Montgomery. AL DAVISON, DEBORAH; Ft. Deposit, AL DEAN, CRYSTAL; Montgomery. AL DEAN, JOANN; Montgomery, AL DECKER, DAWN; Ft. Walton Bch, FL DECKER, SHERRI; Margate, FL DEMPSEY, NEIL; Dothan, AL DENHAM, DONALD; Pike Road, AL DENNIS, MICHAEL; Tallassee. AL DERAMUS, PAMELA; Troy. AL DESMOND. KIM; Trafford, AL DEVAUGHN, VICKI; Montgomery, AL DEWAR, BRENTON; Largo, FL DEWBERRY, ALETA; Bay Minettee. AL DEWBERRY, LYNWOOD; Camilla. GA DIAMOND. RICHARD; Greenville.AL DIGGS. CATHY; Florala, AL DILLARD. HARRIET; Troy. AL DIXSON. HAROLD; Hatchechubbee. AL DOBBS, CARLA; Birmingham, AL DONALD, JOHN; Pine Apple, AL DONALDSON. ANTHONY; Samson. AL DONOHUE, ANNE; Lakeland. FL DOOLEY. CARLA; Tuscaloosa. AL DORMER. CHARLES; Crystal River. FL DOUGLAS. STEPHANIE; Headland. AL DOWE, EDITH; Montgomery, AL DOYLE. DONNA; Pensacola, FL DOZIER. KIM; Union Sprg, AL DRAKE, DEBORAH. St. Cloud. FL DUFFY. CHAIYOU; Troy, AL DUGOSH. JAMES; Panama City. FL DUNN. WILLIAM; Sicklerville. NJ DUNSON. DANIEL; Montgomery. AL DURR, MADELL; Abbeville. AL DYE. ELIZABETH; Tallahassee. FL DYE. MICHAEL; Tallahassee, FL DYESS, WILLIAM; Elba, AL DYNES, BARBARA; Montgomery, AL EARL, LUCY; Midway, AL EAST. KATHY; Banks, AL EASTERUNG. MITZIE; Thorsby. AL EASTIN, JILL; Huntsville, AL EATON, JAMES; Opelika, AL EDELBERG, KATHARINE; Monticello, GA EDENFIELD, KENNY; Carencro, LA Freshmen 81 EDGE. DARRIS; Montgomery. AL EDKINS. GEORGE; Land O Lakes. FL EDWARDS, ANGIE; Abbeville. AL EDWARDS. DARLENE; Montgomery. AL EFORD. ALFONZIE; Louisville, AL ELLETT. WALLACE; Huntsville, AL ELLIS. BERNARD; Maplesville. AL ELLIS. CINDY; Brundidge, AL ELLIS, DANA; Troy, AL ELLIS. JEFFREY; Mobile. AL ELLIS. SCARLETT; Brundidge. AL ELLIS, SHARON; Brundidge, AL ELMORE. DEBRA; Troy. AL ELM ORE. GARY; Eight Mile, AL ENGLISH, CARA; Elba, AL ENGLISH, JAMES; Elba, AL ESLINGER, JULIE; Sarasota, FL ETHERIDGE, JOHN; Evergreen, AL EVANS, MELINDA; Montgomery, AL EVERETT. JAMES; Lakeland. GL FAIRCLOTH. DEBBIE; Ozark. AL FAIRCLOTH, JOHN; Grady. AL FAISON. SHAWN; Foley. AL FARNHAM, CHARLES; Buloxi, MS FARRIS. JENNIFER; Jack. AL FAVARULO. DAVID; Pembroke Pines. FL FEARS. BOBBIE; Hurtsboro. AL FEATHERINGS. LORI; Sebring, FL FEIKEMA. MARIA; Montgomery. AL FENDERSON. HAROLD; Palatka, FL FENN. JAY; Louisville, AL FENN, TRACI; Clayton. AL FERRY. DAYNA; Atkinson, NH FICHER, GINA; New York City, NY FINK, JOANIE; Montgomery, AL FISHER, WENDY; Riverdale, GA FLETCHER, ALFRED; Indiantown. FL FLOWERS, MARCELLA; Alexander, AL FLOWERS, TIMOTHY; Elba, AL FLOYD, ANTHONY; College Park, GA FLOYD, CARLA; Troy, AL FLOYD, JAMES; Troy. AL FLOYD. RONALD; Troy. AL FLOYD, STEVEN; Prattville. AL FOLMAR, SHEILA; Luverne, AL FORD, IRENE; Montgomery, AL FORD, KATHLEEN; South Bay, FL FORD. TALISMAN; Bonifay.FL FORD. GRACIE; Montgomery. AL FORTUNE. GARY; Phenix City. AL FOSTER, CHRIS; Auburn, AL FOURNIER, ANDREA; Manchester, NH FOWLER, ELIZABETH; Montgomery, AL FRANKLIN, MARY; Dozier, AL FREEMAN. TAMMY; Abbeville. AL FRITH, ROBERT; Plantersville, AL FROSCH, CINDI; New Smyrna, FL FULLER, KIMBERLY; Montgomery, AL GAINES, KAREN; Mobile, AL GALE, NANCY; Montgomery, AL GALLAGHER. WAYNE; Dothan, AL GALLENSTEIN. DONNA; Sarasota. FL GARDNER. ALFRED; Pensacola, FL GARNER, LISA; Eustis. FL GARRETT, CYNTHIA; Banks, AL GARRETT, JESSE; Montgomery, AL GARRISON, WENDY; Hartselle, AL GEIGER, ANDREA; Troy, AL GENTZ, TROY; Opelika, AL GERMANY, BRENDA; Montgomery, AL 82 Freshmen GIBSON. PHILLIP; Jemison, AL GILLEY. TIMOTHY. Dothan. AL GILLIAM. DEBORAH. Montgomery. AL GILLIAM. LYNN; Prattville, AL GILLIS, CHARLES; Montgomery. AL GILLIS. KEVIN; Fairhope. AL GILLIS. STEPHEN; Montgomery. AL GIRDNER. JENNIFER. Troy. AL GIVENS. JACQUELINE; Grady. AL GHOLSTON. VERONICA; Montgomery. AL GLAZE. LASHERA; Union Sprg. AL GLENN. CYNTHIA. Franklin. GA GLIDEWELL. TODD; Lakeland. FL GODSEY. ROBERT; Killen. AL GOLDEN, LEIGH. Notasulga. AL GOLDSMITH. MICHAEL; Daleville. AL GOODWIN. GINA; Montgomery. AL GOODWIN. KRISTA. Tallahassee. FL GORDON. ALLEN; Montgomery. AL GORE. KIMBERLY; Tuskegee. AL GOREY, MICHELLE. Plantation. FL GOTTSCHALL, JAMES; Ozark, AL GRABEL, JEFF; Irvington, AL GRAHAM. MARK; Brundidge. AL GRAHAM. ROBERT. Pensacola. FL GRANT, LEIGH; Ozark. AL GRAY. PHILIP. Salem, AL GRAY. RACHEL; Montgomery, AL GREEN. EMILY; Troy, AL GREEN. JEFFERY; Plantersville. AL GREEN, WILLIAM; Billingsley. AL GREGORY. LAURA; Troy. AL GRESSEL. MARK; Tallahassee. FL GRICE. JOHN; Troy. AL GRIFFEN. KAREN; Jackson. AL GRIFFIN. MARTHA, Brundidge, AL GRIGGS, DEBRA; Montgomery, AL GRISWOLD, ASHLEY; Troy. AL GROVER. TAMMY; Ashford. AL GRUBB. DARRELL; Jacksonville. FL GUILDFORD. TIMOTHY. Tampa. FL GUILLOT. SUZANNE; Montgomery. AL GUNN, MARY; Thomasville. AL GUNTER. DONNA; Troy. AL GURSKI, JERRY; Brundidge, AL HADDOCK, SHARON. Chipley, FL HAGADORN. TAMMY; Mt, Dora. FL HAGGINS, GWENDOLYN. Montgomery, AL HAKMAN. VIRGINIA, Longwood, FL HALL. BRIAN; Brantley. AL HALL. CAROL; Hartford. AL HALL. DARRYL; Union Sprg. AL HALL, LISA; Slocomb. AL HALL, RICHIE; Molone, FL HALL. TAMMY; West Palm Bch, FL HALLADAY; PAULA; Mobile, AL HAMMETT, DEBRA; Midland City. AL HANCOCK. TODD; Troy. AL HARDEN. DALE; Banks. AL HARDEN, LISA; Banks. AL HARDY. ELANJA; Montgomery. AL HARGROVE, DEBORAH; Troy, AL HARP, CHRIS; Albany. GA HARPER. SANDI; Valley. AL HARRELL, SONYA; Atmore. AL HARRELL, TRACY; Blakely, GA HARRELL. WARREN; Whigham, GA HARRINGTON. DWAYNE; Old Town. FL HARRINGTON. KENNETH; Troy, AL HARRIS. AL; Montgomery, AL t Freshman 83 HARRIS, CELESTE; Brewton. AL HARRIS. KEVIN; Bessemer. AL HARRIS, LEROY; Demopolis. AL HARRIS. SHANNON; Troy. AL HARRIS. SHERRY; Alma. AL HARRISON, JEFFREY; Brundidge. AL HARRISON. RICHARD; Tuskegee. AL HARRISON, ROLAND; Tuskegee, AL HARTIN, RICHARD; Lakeland, AL HARLEY, LISA; Montgomery. AL HARWELL. HAL; Troy. AL HARWELL. JEFFREY; Huntsville. AL HAYES. BARBARA; Coral Gables, FL HAYES, RHONDA; Troy, AL HAYNES. CYNTHIA; Greenville, AL HAYS, RANDALL; Troy, AL HAZZARD, CURTIS; Pensacola, FL HEAD, JAMES; Andalusia, AL HEATH, PATRICIA; Troy, AL HELMS. ALAN; Brundidge, AL HELMS. GRETCHEN; Lillian, AL HELMS, JAMES; Brundidge, AL HENDERSON, CHARLES; Elba. AL HENDERSON, CHRISTINE; Montgomery.AL HENDRICKS, BART; Jay. FL HENDRIX. VICKIE; Melbourne, FL HERBERT, MICHAEL; Brewton, AL HERRING, JAMES; Moss Point, MS HEWITT, STEPHEN, Montgomery, AL HIBBARD, WILLIAM; Satellite Bch, FL HICKS, SUZANNE; Brundidge, AL HICKS, TINA; Tuskegee, AL HIGDON. ROSLYN; Quincy, FL HILL, AHSLEY; Irvington, AL HILL, JENNIFER; Birmingham, AL HILL, MICHAEL; Elba. AL HOBBY, TINA; Wray, GA HODGES, PAUL; Slocomb, AL HOLLAND, BARBARA; Montgomery. AL HOLLEY. RANDALL; Sprague, AL HOLLEY, STEVEN; Dothan, AL HOLLINGSWORTH, TAMMY; Elba, AL HOLLON. KIMBERLY, Grady, AL HOLMAN, VONDA; Birmingham, AL HOLMES, MICKEY; Highland Homes. AL HONEYCUTT, MARTINA; Birmingham. AL HOOD. TAMMY; Montgomery, AL HORN, TIA; Brantley. AL HORTON, JOHN; Montgomery, AL HOSKINS, EVELYN; Nokomis, FL HOUGH. SCOTT; Orlando, FL HOUSTON, STANLEY; Blakely, GA HOVEY, WILMER; Camp Hill. AL HOWARD, GARRY; Indiantown, FL HOWARD, TODD; Smiths, AL HOWELL. SHENANDONEA; Kinston, AL HUBBARD. BRYAN; Chatom, AL HUDLEY. DANIEL; Brundidge. AL HUDSON. REGINA; Elba. AL HUDSON. ROBERT; Opp. AL HUGHES, JARROD; Wetumpka. AL HUGHES. MARY; Graceville. FL HUGHEY, ANGELA; Marion, AL HUNT, IAN; Brandon, FL HUNT. TODD; Bradenton, FL HUSSAIN. SYED; Pakistan HUTCHINSON. DARLENE; Elba, AL HUTSON, KECIA; Anchorage. AK HUTTO. STEVEN; Banks, AL HUTTON, THOMAS, Lake Wales, FL r rs fs - at 84 Freshmen aP i INGE, PAT; Montgomery. AL INGRAM. DOROTHY; Troy. AL INGRAM. PAMELA; Banks. AL INGRAM, SHERRI; Davenport, FL INMAN, LAURA; Lakeland. FL IRVIN. KIMBERLY. Lakeland, FL IVEY, MARY; Dothan, AL IVEY, ROBERT. Richland. GA IVY. DONNA; Hope Hull. AL JACKSON. PEGGY; Ashford, AL JACKSON, TOMMIE; Jackson, AL JARIYATEPTHAVON. VANV; Thailand JAMES, CHARLENE; Brundidge, AL JAMES, JENNIFER; Memphis, TN JEFFRIES, RICKY; Ozark, AL JELLEY, DARLA; Manchester. NH JEMISON. ANNIE; Montgomery. AL JENKINS. FRANK; Pensacola. FL JINRIGHT. CARRIE; Troy, AL JINRIGHT, YVONNE; Grady. AL JOHNSON. CYNTHIA; Ft. Walton Bch. FL J OHNSON, DAVID; Montgomery, AL JOHNSON, ERIC; Gulf Shores, AL JOHNSON, JONATHAN; Montgomery. AL JOHNSON. JOY; Andalusia. AL JOHNSON. KIMBERLY; Troy, AL JOHNSON, LINDA; Atmore, AL JOHNSON, RACHEL. Coden. AL JOHNSON. SHANNON. Troy, AL JOHNSTON, PAUL; Atlanta, GA JOHNSTON. PAULA; Montgomery. AL JOLLY, MARLON; Birmingham. AL JONES, BRENDA; Tuskegee, AL JONES, CLAIRE; Montgomery, AL JONES, CYNTHIA; Dothan, AL Rah, Rah, Rah! The TSU cheerleaaers traveled to Atlanta, Georgia when they were asked to cheer tor the NFL ' s Atlanta Falcons. For the cheerleaaers this was a great opportunity, one most of them will not for- get. The cheerleaders were provided Altanta Falcon uniforms ana complimen- tary tickets to the game. Cheerleader, Andy Mar- tin said, " It was great to cheer for such a large crowd, but it was hard to get them fired up. Overall it was a lot of fun. " One problem the cheerleaaers found while preparing for the Falcons game was that many of Troy ' s cheers did not adapt to the Atlanta Fal- cons, but the cheer- leaders adjusted guickly and had a good time. Freshmen 85 S- JONES, DANA; Montgomery, AL JONES, GLENN; Athens. AL JONES, JANET; Freeport, FL JONES, JEFFREY; Tampa, FL JONES, LILLIE; Montgomery, AL JONES, MARY; Troy, AL JONES, MICHAEL; Selma, AL JONES, STEPHEN; Thomasville, AL JONES. TAMARA; Prattville, AL JONES. WILLIAM; St. Cloud, FL JORDAN, TAMMY; Troy, AL JUNIUS, CASAUNDRA; Selma. AL KANALEY. THOMAS; Andalusia. AL KANTOR. GRETA; Troy, AL KEEL. MARY; Dothan. AL KEENEY. SANDRA; Kissimmee. FL KELLY, DEN; Birmingham, AL KELLER, GREGORY; Ozark, AL KELLEY, DONALD; Georgiana, AL KELLEY, GARY; Elba. AL KELLEY. KIMBERLY; Butte. MT KENDRICK. PATTI; Opp. AL KENNEDY, PATRA; Clayton. AL KEY, KELLI; Troy, AL KEY, MICHAEL; Troy, AL KEY, TONY; Coffee Springs. AL KILGORE. KIRK; Dothan, AL KILPATRICK, DAVID; Luverne, AL KINARD, RODNEY; Marion. AL KING. ALAN; Eufaula, AL KING, SHARON; Troy. AL KIRLAND, BRETT; Headland. AL KLINE, TERRY; Pace, FL KNIGHT, RODERICK; Birmingham, AL KNOWLES, BART; Gainesville, FL KONTOS, ANTHONY; Miami, FL KOPF, SUZANNE; Prattville, AL KRANZ, SHARON; Troy, AL KRIEGER, DEBORAH; Montgomery, AL KUNTZ. JAN; Seminole. FL KYSER. JOEY; Andalusia, AL LAAS, BEVERLY; Montgomery, AL LAMA, PELKEY; Canada LAMBERT, MICHAEL; Brilliant, AL LAMBERT, MICHAEL; Birmingham, AL LAMBERT, STEVEN; Monroeville, AL LAMPLEY, SABRINA; Brundidge, AL LANE, STEVEN; Brewton, AL LANGFORD, ROBERT; Notasulga, AL LANGFORD, TRACY; Kent, AL LANHAM, WENDY; Ozark, AL LAROCHE, KELLY; Crestview. FL LASHLEY, JIMMY; Pahokee. FL LAVENDER. JAMES; Moundville, AL LAW, FRED; Union Sprgs, AL LEAVELL, WILEY; Montgomery. AL LEDBETTER, MICHAEL; Opelika, AL LEE, CAROLE; Pensacola, FL LEONARD, CATHERINE; Montgomery, AL LEVERETTE, LAURA; Brundidge. AL LINEBERGER, TRAVIS; Ft. Walton. FL LING, NYUK; Tory, AL LIPTROT, BARBARA; Brundidge, AL LIVINGSTON, LARRY; Panama City, FL LOFTON. JACK; Florala. AL LOFLIN. RACHEL. Montgomery. AL LONG. JEFFREY; Okeechobee. FL LOUISE. RAY; Montgomery. AL LOWMAN, DANIEL; Hawkinsville. GA LOWERY. LAURI; Troy, AL 86 Freshmen .- LOTT. JANET; Troy. AL LOUIS. PETER; Malaysia LOZZI. JENNIFER. Tampa. FL LUNN. DALE; Troy. AL LYNCH. MICHAEL; Greenville. AL LYSEK. FRANK; Troy. AL MACON. LADONNA; Wetumpka. AL MACK. DEBORAH. Linden. AL MADDEN, KARMEN; St. Cloud. FL MADDOX. JAMES; Elba, AL MADDOX. KELVIN. Columbia, AL MADDOX, WILLIAM; Columbia, AL MAGEE, TIMOTHY. Greenacres. FL MAJORS. BRENTON; Troy, AL MALISHAM. PATRICIA; Greenville. AL MALONEY. BEVERLY; Tallassee. AL MALLORY. MELISSA; Ozark. AL MANLY. TERANCE; Montgomery, AL MANGUM. ROBBIE. Montgomery. AL MANN. MELINDA; Ashford. AL MARABLE. BRIDGET. Montgomery. AL MARAMAN. HERBERT; Georgiana, AL MARKERT, AMY; Holiday. FL MARINO, JAMES; Castleberry, AL MARINO. TINA; Cape Coral. FL MARSHALL. DEBRA; West Palm Bch. FL MARSHALL. GREGORY; Eufaula, AL MARSHALL. NORMA; Montgomery, AL MARTIN, ARRON; Dothan. AL MARTIN, CHARLES; Florala. AL MARTIN. NATHANIEL; Luverne. AL MARTIN. SHELIA; Newton. AL MARTIN. STACY; Catersville. GA MARTIN, TAMMIE; Tuskegee Inst. AL MASON. JAN; Montgomery, AL MASON, LEEANNE; Fairhope, AL MASSEY, REBECCA; Montgomery, AL MATHENY. JAMES; Dothan. AL MATHENY. MARTHA. Dothan. AL MATHIEU. MARIAN; Okeechobee. FL MAULDIN. CRYSTAL; Brundidge, AL MAXWELL. JOHN; Prattville. AL MAY. JAMES; Slocomb. AL MAY, JANNIE; Grady, AL MAY. KENNETH; Grady. AL MAY. LEON; Grady. AL MAY, RO BIN; Yukon, OK MAY, SUSAN; Troy, AL MCALISTER, KARL; Dothan, AL MCALISTER, SUSAN; Slocomb, AL MCCAFFERTY, SUSAN; Birmingham, AL MCCALL, KYNA; Millbrook. AL MCCARTHY. ELIZABETH; Brundidge, AL MCCLAIN. CAROL; Brundidge. AL MCCLAIN. KELLIE; Montgomery. AL MCCAI IN PARALEE; Midway. AL MCCLELLAN. LINDA; Montgomery, AL MCCLELLAN, CORA; Troy, AL MCCONIC, WINIFRED; Naranja, FL MCCOOL, ERIC; Okeechobee, FL MCCRORY, JACKIE; Frisco City, AL MCCULLOUGH, CLAUDIA; Houston, TX MCDADE, MICHELLE; Montgomery, AL MCDANIELS, KAREN; Fayettville. GA MCDONALD. CHRIS; Defuniak Springs. FL MCDONALD. RICHARD; Kellyton, AL MCDONALD. TIFFANY; Miami. FL MCDOWELL. WENDY; Brundidge. AL MCELWEE, JILL; Jacksonville. FL MCGEE. ANGELA; Greenville. AL Freshmen 87 MCKETHAN. DARREN; Brooksville. FL MCKINNEY. PAM; Montgomery, AL MCKINNON. CAROLYN; Montgomery. AL MCKNIGHT, ANITA; Newton. AL MCMAHON. NEIL; Montgomery, AL MCMASTER, MARIA; Pelham, AL MCMEANS. CHARLES; Troy, AL MCPHERSON, GRETCHEN; Troy, AL MCSWAIN, SHARON; Troy, AL MEACHAM, AMY; Dothan, AL MEADOWS, JEFFREY; Troy, AL MEDLEY, JONATHAN; Brundidge, AL MEDLEY. STEPHANIE; Tallahassee, FL MEREDITH. JOSEPH; Banks, AL MESSER, PRISCILLA; Iron City. GA MEYER. FREDERICK; Ft. Walton Bch. FL MILLER, KARLA; Cottondale. FL MILLER, KIMBERLY; Donalsonville, GA MILLER, MICHAEL; Thomasville, AL MILLER, PATRICK; Union Sprg. AL MILLER. YVETTE; Montgomery, AL MILLS. GLADYS; Montgomery. AL MILLSAPS, PAM; Montgomery. AL MINCEY. MARIANN; Tequesta, FL MINCHIN, JAMES; Gainesville, FL MINCHEW. ANNE; Pensacola, FL MING, ANTHONY; Dothan, AL MITCHELL. BRIAN; Homewood. AL MITCHELL, CAROL; Mathews. AL MITCHELL, MICHAEL; Tallassee. AL MITCHELL. KINETA; Semmes, AL MITCHELL. SARAH; Montgomery, AL MIWA. TAKANOBU; Japan MOBLEY, SHARON; Jack. AL MONEY. KATHLEEN. Abbeville, AL MOONEY, NATHAN; Selma. AL MOORE. FREDA; Laurel Hill. FL MOORE, JAMES; Montgomery, AL MOORE. LISA; Montgomery, AL MOORE, OLA; Roosevelt, AL MOORE. WANDA; Laurel Hill. FL MORGAN. ROBERT; Millbrook, AL MORROW. NELSON; Elba. AL MORTON, MICHAEL; Jackson, AL MOSCHEL, MARIJOHN; Montgomery, AL MOSS. MARY; Deleon Sprg, FL MOULTRIE, SANDRA; Orlando, FL MOUNT, MARTHA; Troy. AL MOYER, DAVE; Jacksonville. FL MURDEN, TAMMY; Biloxi, MS MURPHREE. STEVE; Columbus, GA MUSGROVE, JOSEPH; Eufaula. AL MYRICK, THOMAS; Ramer. AL NABLE. TRACY; Davenport. FL NDI. NHAG; Africa NELSON, BARBARA; Sanford, FL NELSON, REGINA; Fairhope. AL NOLEN. ARTHUR; Elba, AL NORMAN, SYLVIA; Atmore, AL NORMAN, TODD; Greenville, AL NORRIS. ANTHONY; Sylacauga. AL NORRIS. TIMOTHY; Bessemer, AL NORTON, JAMES; Port St. Joe, FL NUNLEY. TOMMIE; Gulf Shores, AL NUNNELEE, SANDRA; Glenwood, AL OAKES. JAMES; Midway, AL ODOM, MITCHELL; Brewton. AL ODOM, RHONDA; Donalsonville, GA OHMAN, VALERIE; Dothan, AL OLDS. JOHN; Louisville. AL | 88 Freshmen OLIVER. TIM; Troy. AL OLSON. JOEL. Longmont. CO OSBORNE. HUBERT. Mobile, AL OSTROWSKY. WAYNE. Merritt. FL OWENS. GEOFFREY. Luverne. AL OWENS. KIMBERLY; Montgomery, AL PADGETT. JOHN; Chipley. FL PALMER. KIM; Okeechobee. FL PANTON, JENNIFER. West Palm Bch, FL PARISH. LUCILE; Geveva. AL PARK. JAMES; Andalusia. AL PARKER. JUDY; Troy. AL PARKER, KATHRYN; Cocoa Bch. FL PARKER, PATRICIA; Troy. AL PARKER, TODD; Grady, AL PARNELL. THOMAS; Prattville. AL PARR. MARY; Opp. AL PARRISH. JEFFRY; Banks. AL PARRISH. STEVAN; Montgomery. AL PASTERCZYK. FRANKLIN; Ariton. AL PATTERSON. PINKIE; Montgomery, AL PEACOCK. ANGELA. Hartford. AL PEACOCK. ANGELA; Troy. AL PEARCE. AMANDA. Dothan. AL PEARSON, LISA; Montgomery. AL PELHAM. RICHARD. Eufaula, AL PENDER, JACQUELINE; Montgomery, AL PEPE, KIMBERLY; Oxford, AL PERRY. WILLIAM; Eufaula. AL PERSON. ANDRA; Eufaula, AL PHELPS, MELISSA; Ft. Deposit. AL PHELPS. MIKE; Troy. AL PHILLIPS. JAMES; Troy. AL PHILLIPS, KENDRA; Bay Minette, AL PHILLIPS, TERESA; Montgomery, AL PIAZZA, VIRGINIA; Birmingham, AL PIMIENTA, GARRICK; Tampa, AL PITTS. CASSANDRA; Auburn, AL POFAHL, ANNE; Dothan, AL POLLARD, KELLY; Notasulga, AL POOLE, REBECCA; Georgiana, AL PRESTON, JEFFRFV- n ark, AL PRICE, CARLA; Ariton, AL PRICE, RAYMOND; Prattville, AL PUCKETT, KENDALL; Pensacola. FL PUGH, LESLEY; Thomasville, AL RADFORD. AMY; Montgomery. AL RAILEY. BARBARA; Deatsville. AL RAINES, STACEY; Enterprise, AL REAVES. DONALD; Palmetto, GA REDDING, FRANK; Eufaula, AL REED. BERNARD; Mobile, AL REEVES, SANDRA; Brantley, AL REGISTER, MICKY; Troy, AL RED. KATHRINE; Satellite Bch, FL REISCH, ANGELA; Ariton, AL REMSBURG, JOHN; Plantation, FL RENAKER, MICHAEL; Jacksonville, FL RENFROE, CAROL; Troy. AL RENFROE. CATHY; Troy. AL REYNOLDS. JACQUELINE; Headland, AL REYNOLDS, PANSY; Fitspatrick, AL REYNOLDS, SHELLIE; DeFuniak Sprg. FL REYNOLDS, TIMOTHY; Fairhope, AL RHODES, MARGARET; Titisville, FL RICE, AARON; Ashford, AL RICHARDSON, BARBARA; Ft. Walton Bch.FL RICHARDSON, CHARLES; Rutledge, AL RICHARDSON. RHONDA; Apo, NY RICKS, CONNIE; Troy, AL Freshmen 89 1 ■ Article by Audrey Nelson. PROFILE The island of Barbados is a tiny dot about 166 square miles in the Caribbean Sea. To most students here at Troy State, Barbados is a wonderful dream vacation for the rich and famous, but to Winter Pilgrim, a native of the island, it is home. Winter is a 19-year-old first quarter freshman attending TSU on a track scholarship. His hometown is St. Michaels Parish on the island of Barba- dos. " I miss home a lot, " says Winter. " I miss the sunshine that is there all year round. We have no four seasons like here. All we have is the wet and dry season. I miss the beaches, family and friends and my girl. " Winter is the younger of two children and the only boy. He likes slow mellow music, reggae music, run- ning track and cooking. Barbadoes is not only rich in spicy foods but also rich in culture. " The main income is sugar cane and tourism, " says Winter. All over the world people come to Barbados from Germany, Canada, Florida, and Spain for the beaches, food and West-In- dian culture. " Barbado ' s population is about 250,000 so it is, in comparison, about the size of Mobile. The buildings are small and rarely go over 20 stories high and the island, itself, is completely populat- ed with coconut trees. As for the future, Winter is planning on majoring in ac- counting. " I would like to get my masters here in the states, maybe here at the university, maybe not, I don ' t know. I do know that I don ' t want to live in the states. The accounting field is wide open in Barbados. I will probably work here for five years, save some mon- ey to go home, then leave. " " Home is home, " says Winter, " no matter where else I go, no matter how big or advanced, it will always come second to Barbados. " RIGGINS. GAYLE; Montgomery, AL RIGGINS, KYM; Montgomery. AL RIGSBY. SANDRA; Montgomery, AL RIKARD, DONALD; Enterprise, AL RIVERS, VERNETTA; Troy, AL ROBBINS, KIM; Valdosta, GA ROBERTS, JOSEPH; Eclectic, AL ROBERTS, ROXANNE; Lubbox, TX ROBERTS, VICTOR; Maitland, FL ROBINSON, EMMA; Banks, AL ROBINSON, PAUL; Crystal River, FL ROBINSON, TONY; Campellton, FL ROBINSON, CHRIS; Montgomery, AL RODGER, TIMOTHY; Chancellor, AL ROLLINS. ELIJAH; Marion, AL ROSE, KENNETH; Winter Haven. FL ROSS, LAURA; Brundidge, AL ROSS, PAULA; Dothan, AL ROTENBERRY, LESLIE; Troy, AL ROUSE, DEBRA; Tallahassee, FL ROUSELL, JOHN; Town Creek, AL 90 Freshmen ROWLAND, KIMBERLY; Lagrange. GA ROWSER. RODNEY; Demopolis. AL ROY. JODIE; Birmingham. AL ROY. SONDRA. Union Sprg. AL RUDD. CATHRYNE; Carrabelle. FL RUSHING. TERESA; Troy. AL RUSSAW. SHENIKA; Abbeville. AL RUDD. ALAN; Orlando. FL RYALS. WARREN; Montgomery. AL RYAN; USA; Marion. AL SALTER. MELISSA; Evergreen. AL SANDERS. LYNN; Troy. AL SAUNDERS. AMY; Boston. MA SAVAGE; SHEILA; Montgomery. AL SCHNURR, AMY; Slocomb. AL SCHOFIELD. MELISSA; Luverne. AL SCHOFIELD. TAMMY. Georgiana. AL SCONYERS. MICHAEL. Enterprise. AL SCOTT. ALICE; McKenzie. AL SEKULA. MICHELLE; Hagerstown. MD SENN. CHARLIE. Brundidge. AL SENN. RHONDA; Brundidge. AL SEWELL. ANDREW; Selma. AL SEWELL. ANTHONY; Selma. AL SEYMOUR. VALERIE; Phenix City. AL SHEFFIELD. KELLY; Elba. AL SHIELDS. JOEL; Hartford. AL SHIRLEY, KEVIN; Troy. AL SHOQUIST. AMY; Mobile, AL SHORT. KATHY; Opp. AL SIDES. LISA; Montgomery. AL SIKES, TIMOTHY; Luverne, AL SILER, DELORES; Troy, AL SIMMONS, MARK; Selma, AL SIMMONS, TEENA; Jay, FL SIMMS. JOSEPH; Pembroke. FL SIMON. EARLEAN; Mobile. AL SIMPKINS. WAYNE; Dunnelloa FL SIMPSON. FLOYD; Greenville. AL SIMS, BRAD; Montgomery. AL SIMS, TIMOTHY; Scottboro, AL SIPPER, LISA; Luverne, AL SKIPPER, ROSALIND; Eufaula, AL SKOWRON, SUSAN; Orlando. FL SLATON, MICHAEL. Cumming. GA SMITH, BRENDA; Montgomery. AL SMITH, CHRISTOPHER; Clayton, AL SMITH, DAVID; Luverne, AL SMITH, GLEN; Troy. AL SMITH, JEFFREY; Chattanooga, TN SMITH, KRISTI; Leeds. AL SMITH. MARGARET; Brewton, AL SMITH, PATRICK; Ormond Bch. FL SMITH, RALPH; Troy, AL SMITH. REBECCA; Butler. AL SMITH. REGINALD; Montgomery. AL SMITH. SANDY; Birmingham, AL SMITH. TANYA; Ozark. AL SMITH. TERESA; Tuskegee, AL SMITH. TIMOTHY; Alabaster. AL SMITH, WALTER; Lakeland, FL SMITH, WALTER D; Tylertown. MS SMITHERMAN. BOBBI; Montgomery. AL SNEED. TERRY; Brundidge. AL SNELL. DEVON; Fairhope. AL SNELL. MARK; Ashford. AL SNIPES. DAVID; Hurtsboro, AL SOTO. GINA; Montgomery, AL SOUTH, CINDY; Bessemer. AL SPANN. DONALD; Honoraville, AL Freshmen 91 SPARKS, DEBORA; Montgomery, AL SPEARS, DOLORES; Apalachicola, FL SPENCER, CYNTHIA; Beatrice, AL SPIVEY, KEVIN; Louisville, AL STAFFORD, VERONICA; Montgomery, AL STALCUP, ROBERT; Mobile, AL STANDERFER, WILLIAM; Albany, GA STARLING, JEFFREY; Carrabelle, FL STEPHENS, CINDY; Troy, AL STEPHENS, ERIC; Cuthbert. GA STEPHENS, TERESA; Troy, AL STEPHENSON, PAUL; Palm Bch Gardens, FL STEVENS. TRACY; Ft. Walton Bch. FL STEWART. CYNTHIA; Troy, AL STEWART, MARY; Brundidge, AL STEWART, TERRI; Ashford. AL STOCKS. KIMBERLY; Selma. AL STONE, THOMAS; Union Sprg, AL STORY, SUSAN; Panama City, FL STOUDEMIRE, SONYA; Autaugaville. AL STOUGH, MARTHA; Lapine, AL STOVALL, EVERETTE; Montgomery. AL STOVALL, GREGORY; Columbia, AL STRAUGHN. DANIEL; Daphne. AL STRICKLAND. MICHAEL. Andalusia. AL STRINGER. DONNA; Honoraville. AL STRINGFELLOW, MARK; Gulf Breeze, FL STRONG. JOHN; Jackson. AL STROUSE, TRACY; Lakeland, FL SULLIVAN, JOHN; East Islip, NY SULLIVAN, STEPHANIE; Troy, AL SULLIVAN, WALTER; Montgomery, AL SUMTER, ISRAEL; Newville, AL SVIFLIN, HELENA; Pensacola, FL SVOPA, STEVE; Coral Sprg. FL SWEAT, YVONNE; Lake Wales. FL TABLER. JEFFREY; Daleville. AL TANSEY. LAURA; Greenville, AL TATE, DEBRA; Montgomery, AL TAYLOR, DAVID; Sarasota, FL TAYLOR, FREDDIE; Ozark. AL TAYLOR, LISA; Kissimmee, FL TAYLOR, WILLIAM; Troy, AL TERRELL. MICHELLE; Montgomery. AL TERRY. YOLANDA; Daleville, AL THIERFELDER, DANA; Honoraville, AL THOMAS, BRENDA; Montgomery, AL THOMAS, KURT; Montgomery. AL THOMAS. TABITHA; Luveme. AL THOMAS. WILLIAM; Troy. AL THOMAS. WYNDE; Salem, AL TROMAS. ZANETTA; Troy, AL THOMPSON, CHERI; Frisco City, AL THOMPSON. MICHELLE; Daytona, FL THOMPSON, SUZETTE; Lisman, AL THOMPSON, THOMAS; Okeechobee, FL THRASH, TRACEY; Dothan, AL TIBETTS, TEFFANY; Wrangell, AK TILLAMN, MARY; Montgomery, AL TILLIS, JOHN; Cairo, GA TINDOL, KELLY; New Brockton, AL TIPTON, CHARLES; Dade City, FL TODD, ELIZABETH; Butler, AL TOLBERT, REGINA; Okeechobee, FL TOLOMEO, KIMBERLY; Pensacola, FL TOMPKINS, GEORGE; Ramer, AL TOWNSEND, ANDREA. Brundidge, AL TRAWICK, TERRY; Troy, AL TROMBETTA, MARY; Tallahassee, FL TRUESCELL, DENNIS. Seale. AL 1 92 Freshmen PPHIP»ft fmmft TRUETT. JAMES. Skepperville. AL TUCKER. ANGELA. Prattville. AL TUCKER. JILL. Honoraville. AL TUCKER. KAREN, Andalusia. AL TURVIN. MALINDA. Brundidge. AL TWIDDY. KIMBERLY; Troy. AL UTIS. TRACEY. Mobile. AL UTSEY. LISA. Crystal River. FL VAN. HOUTEN; Troy. AL VAUGHN. PAMELA; Decatur. AL VAUGHT, JAMES; Tallassee. AL VINCENT. VINCENT; Dothan. AL VINES, STEPHEN; Lakeland. FL VINES. STUART; Birmingham. AL VOGT. BRYAN. Mobile. AL WAGNER. KENNETH; Pembroke Pines. FL WAGNER. ROBERT. Florence. AL WALDREP. STACY; Anniston. AL WALKER. KIM; Montgomery. AL WALKER. ROGER; Ozark. AL WALLACE. BRYAN; Atlanta, GA WALLACE. CHARLES. Birmingham. AL WALLACE. HOWARD. Troy. AL WALLACE. LORI; Opp. AL WALLER. MICHELLE; Montgomery. AL WAREN. MARK; Camden. AL WASHINGTON. ARTESA; Quincey. FL WASHINGTON, BOBBY; Montgomery.AL WASHINGTON, KELVIN; Selma, AL WATERS, JULIE, Banks, AL WATKINS, GLENDA; Montgomery. AL WATSON. DONNA; Greenville. AL WATSON. LANA; Clayton, AL WATTERS, JENNIFER; Selma, AL WEAVER, PHILLIP. Dothan. AL WEBB. PAUL; Troy. AL WEBB, WILLIAM; Montgomery, AL WEEKS. LLOYD; Florala. AL WEEKS. TAMI; Kinston. AL WELLANDER, SUSIE; Montgomery. AL WELLS. KAROL; West Palm Bch. FL WETHERINGTON. STEVE; Lakeland. FL WHALEY. ROY; Shellman. GA WHIDDON, MARY; Headland. AL WHITE. ARTHUR; Mobile. AL WHITE, BETHANY; Orange Bch, AL WHITE. CHAD; Clearwater, FL WHITE, DENISE; Ariton. AL WHITE. DOROTHY; Troy. AL WHITE. HARVEY. Jacksonville. FL WHITE. MARY; Troy, AL WHITE. THOMAS; Laurel Hill, FL WHITED; DAVID; DeFuniak Sprg, FL WHITEHURST, JOHN; Montgomery, AL WHITMER. DONNA; Andalusia, AL WHITNEY, MINDY; Montevallo, AL WHITTLE. CARLA; Greenville. AL WIBEL. LUANNE; Montgomery, AL WIGGINS, NORA; Peterman, AL WIGGINS, SHERRI; Kinston, AL WILKES. KENNY; Troy, AL WILKES. MATTHEW; St. Cloud, FL WILKES, WILLIAM; Troy, AL WILLIAMS, AMY; Birmingham, AL WILLIAMS, BARRY; Perote, AL WILLIAMS, BOBBY; Alma, GA WILLIAMS, CHARLIE; Ft. Walton. FL WILLIAMS. CHERIE; Branford. FL WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA; Leroy, AL WILLIAMS. DAVID; Troy, AL Freshmen 93 WILLIAMS, DEBORAH; Eustis, FL WILLIAMS. ERIC. Graysville, AL WILLIAMS. ERIC; Montgomery. AL WILLIAMS, FRANKLIN; Montgomery, AL WILLIAMS. KIP; Dothan, AL WILLIAMSON. RITA; Andalusia. AL WILLIAMSON. TIMOTHY; Elba, AL WILLIS. ELIZABETH; Enterprise. AL WILSON, ANDREA; Eufaula, AL WILSON. ASHLEY; Goshen. AL WILSON. DEIDRE; Opelika. AL WILSON. JOSEPH; Roanoke. AL WILSON. MICHELLE; Montgomery. AL WILSON. WILLIAM; Mobile. AL WINDHAM. MONA; Montgomery, AL WINSTON, DAVID; Montgomery. AL WISDEN, BENEDICT; England WISE, JENNIFER; Samson. AL WITCHER, BRIAN; Enterprise. AL WOFFORD, WENDY; Union Sprgs. AL WOLF. NICHOLAS. Seminole. FL WOOD, TAMMY; Lynchburg, VA WOODARD. TERESA; Troy. AL WOODHAM. SHANA; Headland. AL WOODS. CINDI; Troy, AL WOODS, GLENDA; Montgomery, AL WOODS. WILLIAM; Titusville. FL WOODS. VALERIE; Troy. AL WRIGHT. MICHAEL; Sarasota, FL WRIGHT, TRACEY; Melbourne, FL WYRICK, NATALIE; Tallahassee, FL YARBROUGH, MIKE; Troy. AL YOST, ELIZABETH; Calera, AL YOUNG, ALFONZIA; Atmore, AL YOUNG, DAVID; West Semeca. NY %jf I l v I I . ki » YOUNG, ROY; Tallahassee, FL YOUNGER, HUGH; Vestavia Hills, AL ■ Students Helping Other Students HPER won an award for the blood drive that they held in 1985. In 1986, HPER had 178 productive units of blood to submit to the Red Cross, 94 Freshmen SOPHOMORES ADAIR. LISA. Montgomery, AL ADAMS. ELIZABETH. Mobile. AL ADAMS. JOHN. Stuart. FL ADAMS. SYLVIA. Fairhope. AL ADAMS. VIRGINIA; Lakeland. FL ADKINSON. STACY; Damascus. GA AGERTON. RANDY; Ariton. AL AIKEN. DENIECE; New York, NY ALBURY. JACE; Hope Hull. AL ALLEN. GERALDINE; Montgomery. AL ANDERSON, MARK; Andalusia, AL ANDRESS, RHONDA; Troy, AL ANDREWS, ELIZABETH; Montgomery, AL ANGLIN, WILLIS; Louisville, AL ARCHIE, CHARLES; Opp, AL ARMOUR, MARY; Luverne. AL ARNOLD, JACQUELINE; Troy, AL ASCHE. GINA; Lakeland, FL ASHCRAFT. ARTHUR; Zephyrhills, FL ASHMORE, WINFORD; Opelika. AL ATKINS, TONY, Eufaula, AL AULTMAN, MARY; Crestview, FL AULTMAN, WILLIAM. Crestview. FL BAILEY. LARTIS; Montgomery, AL BAKER, ERVIN; Tuskegee, AL BANKS, MARZELLA; Dothan. AL BAST. AMANDA; Daleville, AL BATCHELOR, CAREN; Ozark, AL BAREFOOT, TINA; Salem. AL BARFIELD, CAROLINE; Opp, AL BARFIELD, MANNSTON; Opp. AL BARLOW, VICKI; Port St. Joe, FL BARNETT, FALISA; Montgomery. AL BARNARD. KAREN; Ft. Rucker. AL BARRY, MARGARET; Tallahassee. FL BARRAS, STEVEN; Troy. AL BARRON. BRENDA; Milledeville. GA BARTON, AMY; Tallahassee, FL BEASLEY, MARY; Troy, AL BEATY, DETRA; Louisville, AL BEDSOLE. SUE; Montgomery. AL BELL, DAVID; Pensacola, FL BELL. JACQUELINE; Pensacola, FL BELL, MORRIS; Goshen, AL BELL, SHARON; Troy, AL BENDER. CHARLES; Ft. Deposit. AL BENEFIELD. VERONICA; Dothan. AL BENSON. REGINALD; Prattville, AL BERGESON, JAMES; Lagrange, GA BERHARD. EDWARD; Key West, FL BETHEL, ELAYNE; Selma, AL BEVIS, JENNIFER; Lexington, AL BLANCHI, DIEDRA; Montgomery. AL BIGHAM. JACQUELINE; Dothan. AL BILLINGSLEY, RENEE. Montgomery. AL BLARK. MIKE; Phoenix City. AL Sophomores 95 BLACKMON. STEPHEN; Greenville, AL BLANKENSHIP, JOHNNIE. Millbrook. AL BLAND. LARRY; Troy. AL BLOW. DARYL; Lakeland, FL BOBO, REBECCA; Gardendale. AL BOBROWSKAS. JOSEPH; Vero Beach, FL BODDEN, MARCIA; Montgomery. AL BODIFORD. DAVID; Montgomery. AL BOND, DAVID; Warner Robins. GA BORIE, LINDA; Palm Bay, FL BOSTICK, TODD; Enterprise. AL BOSWELL, ANGELA; Montgomery, AL BOWDEN. BETSY; Brundidge, AL BOWDOIN. GARY; Louisville, AL BOWERS, CHRISTOPHER; Selma, AL BOYD, PAMELA; Wilmer. AL BOYKIN. PAMELA; Troy, AL BRACEWELL. ALBERT; Troy, AL BRACEWELL, MARY; Crystal River, FL BRACKINS. HAROLD; Newvil le. AL BRADLEY, ALMEDA; Montgomery, AL BRADLEY, SHARON; Montgomery, AL BRADLEY, TAMYA; Montgomery, AL BRANNON, CASSANDRA; Opp, AL BRANTLEY, ARTHUR; East Brewton, AL BROOKS, GERALD; Rockledge, FL BROOKS. KERRY; Phenix City. AL BROWN. ANTHONY; Montgomery, AL BROWN, DOROTHY; Valdosta, GA BROWN, JENNIFER; Glenwood, AL BROWN, JIMMY; Troy, AL BROWN, JULIE; Wetumpka, AL BROWN, REBECCA; Northport, AL BROWN, RUTH; Montgomery, AL BROWN, STEPHANIE; Dothan, AL BROWN, TIMOTHY. Elba, AL BRUCE, JAMES; Avon Park, FL BRYAN, SONDRA; Eufaula, AL BRYAN, TAMMY; Enterprise, AL BUEHLER. BRUCE; Omaha, NE BULGER, WANZIE; Montgomery, AL BURKHARDT, DANIELA; Dothan, AL BUTTS, JOHNNY; Columbia, AL BUSH, MICHELLE; Montgomery, AL BYARS, JOHN; Montgomery. AL CAIN, TODD; Ozark. AL CAFFEY. TAYLOR; Ozark. AL CAMERON. LISA; Geneva, AL CAMPBELL, DENISE; Montgomery, AL CAMPBELL, MICHAEL; Marbury, AL CAMPER, DAVID; Zephyrhills, FL CANNON. GARRY; Andalusia, AL CASEY. DANA; Georgiana, AL CATON, STEPHEN; Andalusia, AL CARSON, DELORIA; Montgomery, AL CARTER, BRENDA; Tuskegee, AL CARTER, BRIDGET; Montgomery, AL CARTER. CARA; Goshen. AL CARTER, CYNTHIA; Newton, AL CARVIN, TRACY; Troy, AL CARLILE, JAMES; Brantley, AL CARLSON, ANTHONY; Montgomery, AL CARROLL. JUANITA; Columbia. AL CHANCY. JACK; Montgomery. AL CHAPMAN, WANDA; Mt. Vernon, AL CHEATHAM, ROY; Georgiana, AL CHERRY, JANICE; Ariton, AL CHILDS, ALAN; Troy, AL CHRISTMAS.CHERYL; Dothan. AL CLARK, ABRAHAM; Union Springs, AL 96 Sophomores The Man Behind the Mask During the 1984 football season, Troy State University received a welcomed addition to its fanfare, T-Roy. The mascot soon became a notable personality on campus and a spirit raiser at all sporting activities. In addition to appearing at football games and other sporting events, T-Roy added his antics at alumni functions, fund raisers, and parades throughout the state. Who is the great masked warrior whose comic relief raises Trojan spirits? The man behind the mask is Andrew Henderson. Andrew is a sophomore from Alexander City majoring in Advertising Public Relations and Broadcast Journalism. T-Roy is not Andrew ' s first experience as a mascot. During high school at Benjamin High he was, " Alex " the Benjamin Wildcat. Andrew ' s experience as a mascot was enhanced when he attended spirit camp in Nashville, Tennessee in August, 1985. There he learned more about raising and promoting school spirit. To T-Roy, alias Andrew Hender- son, being a Trojan was a T-rific experience. Article by Charlie Finch. K w Ul r BL M CLARK. CANDY; Kinston. AL CIARK. PATRICIA; Montgomery. AL CLARK. THERESA; Niceville. FL CLARK. TONI; Montgomery, AL CLAUNCH. TAMARA; Montgomery. AL CLEARY. KERRI; Orlando. FL CLEM. JAMES; Georgiana. AL CLICKNER. DAVID; Columbus. GA CLINGENPEEL. CINDA; Bradenton, FL CLOUD. BRENDA; Tuskegee. AL COATES. KENDALL; Bonifay. FL COBB. ALENDA; Pensacola. FL COBB. HARRY; Evergreen, AL COHOLICH. DOLORES; Peachtree. GA COLEMAN. ANGELA; Smiths. AL COLEMAN, JAMES; Defuniak Sprgs, FL COLEMAN, MICHAEL; Atmore. AL COLLVER, CARON; Dothan, AL COLWELL, JOEY; Thomasville, AL CONDON, RAYMOND; Troy, AL CONNER, LLOYD; Troy, AL i " ■ Sophomores 97 , CONNER. ROBERT; Troy. AL COOK. JEFFREY, Phenix City. AL COOPER. EDWINA; Montgomery, AL COOPER, KATHY; Montgomery, AL COPPAGE, WILLIAM, Brundidge, AL CORLEY, JULIA; Glenwood, AL CORNELIUS, SUZANNE; Jacksonville, FL COSKREY, MARSHA; Dothan, AL COSPER, CHRISTOPHER; Opelika, AL COTTEN, ROBERT; Brewton, AL COUNCIL, SHARION; Daleville, AL COWART, LESSIE; Goshen, AL CRANMER, LAURA; Ozark, AL CRAWFORD, ALFONSO; Birmingham, AL CROUT, SHARRON; Troy, AL CROW, CATHERINE; Montgomery. AL CROWE, GEORGE; BOOTH, AL CUELLAR, MONICA; Foley, AL CUMBIE. VIKKI; Greenville. AL CUNNINGHAM. ALYCE; Montgomery, AL CUNNINGHAM. GERALD; Mobile, AL CURENTON. ARTHUR; Dothan, AL CURTIS, SAMUEL; Jacksonville, FL CURVIN, JEFFREY; Okeechobee, FL DABBS, STEPHEN; Bessemer, AL DAILEY, DARRYL; Trussville, AL DANIEL, LORETTA; Montgomery, AL DAVIS, JAMES; Montgomery, AL DAVIS, KIMBERLY; Goshen, AL DAVIS, ROBIN; Opp, AL DAVIS, ROGER; Headland, AL DAVIS, THERESE; Montgomery, AL DEAN, JEROLYN; Peterman, AL DEAN, JOHN; Dothan, AL DELPRETE, JILL; Satellite Beach, FL DENNY, SCOTT; Pace. FL DIX, THOMAS; Troy. AL DIXON. ANDREA; Jensen Beach, FL DIXON, DAVID; Mt. Dora, FL DIXON. TITUS; Clewiston. FL DOBBS. RICHARD; Gadsden. AL DORMAN. VICKI; Luverne. AL DORSEY, DORELL; Demopolis. AL DOSS. JAMES; Bessemer, AL DOTHARD, GEORGE; Jacksonville, AL DOTY, SHAWN; Crystal River, FL DRINKARD, SANDRA; Troy, AL DRISKELL, RACHEL; Acworth, GA DRURY, JEFFERY; Smiths, AL DUDDY, MARGUERITE; Foley, AL DUFF, SUSAN; Enterprise, AL DUNCAN, CONSTANCE; Huntsville, AL DUNKIN , DAWN; Troy, AL DYKE, CHRISTINE; Mobile, AL DYMECKI, ADAM; Cantonment, FL EAGERTON, AMY; Montgomery, AL EDWARDS, EMILY; Calera, AL ELDER, VALERIE; Troy. AL ELLIS, GWENDOLYN; Union Springs, AL ELLIS, MARY; Montgomery, AL ELLIS, STEPHEN; Brundidge, AL ELLISON, SHARON. Montgomery, AL EVANS. CONNIE. Headland, AL EVERAGE, ANTHONY; Troy, AL FAITH, JOSEPH; St Stephens. AL FERGUSON. ALMA; Birmingham. AL FERGUSON. TERESA. Montgomery. AL FERIA. REBECA; Puerto Rico FENNELL. ERA; Okeechobee. FL FINCH, ERIC; Americus, GA SB 98 Sophomores 4 A f il R i£if FITCH. ANGELA; Lisman. al FLORES. GREISY; DeFuniak Springs. FL FLOYD. DAVID; Troy. AL FOLMAR. CHERYL; Batesville. AR FOLMAR. EDIE; Troy. AL FOLMAR, NANCY; Troy. AL FONT, GRICELLE; San Juan. PR FORRESTER. JULIE; Bradenton, FL FORT. CARL; Opelika.AL FORTHMAN. MAUREEN. Cape Canaveral. FL FORTNER. GLENDA; Fairhope. AL FOSHEE, SUSAN; Alexander City, AL FOWLER, SHERI; Port Sulphur, LA FOX, ROBERT; Mt. Dora. FL FOXWORTH. ANDREA. Geneva. AL FRANDI, JACKI; Montgomery, AL FRAZIER, ROBERT. Troy, AL FRAZIER. TITUS; Montgomery, AL FREE, CATHY.Ozark. AL FROST, BARRY; Dothan.AL FULLER, PEBLEY; DeFuniak Springs, FL FUSSELL, TERRY; Milton. FL GALBRAITH, SCOTT; Eufaula. AL GANDY, OUIDA; Mobile, AL GARDNER, WILLIAM; Grady. AL GARNER. ALLYSON; Montgomery. AL GARRETT, KIMBERLY; Banks, AL GATES, KENNETH; Braggs, AL GERMAN, GLORIA; Montgomery, AL GIBSON, JASON; Grady, AL GIBSON. SHIRLEY; Greenville. AL GILLEY. PHILLIP; Dothan, AL GILMORE. KELLY; Eufaula. AL GIVAN, SANDRA; Montgomery. AL GLASCO. LINDA; Goshen. AL GLASS, MELANIE; Mobile, AL GOODE, CLAUDETTE; Montgomery, AL GOODWIN. KENNETH; Evergreen, AL GORDON, JAMES; Meridian, MS GRAFALS, ANTHONY; Little Rock. AR GRANBERRY. DAVID; Dothan, AL GRANT, BERNARD; Atmore, AL GRASSO, DARIO; Ontario, CANADA GRAVES, KIM; Troy, AL GREEN. EVA; Troy, AL GREEN, RILEY; Troy, AL GRIGGS, IANTHIA; Montgomery, AL GRIFFIN, STEPHANIE; Eufaula, AL GRIMES. SHANNON; Phenix City. AL GULLEY, REGINA; Tuskegee. AL GURIS. MARY; Mary Ester, FL HALEY. MATTHEW; Warrior. AL HALL. BENJAMIN; Freeport. FL HALL, GREG; Crystal River, FL HALL, LENORA; Montgomery, AL HALL, LISA; Ellaville. GA HALL, WILLIAM; Union Springs, AL HANEY, TOMMIE; Troy, AL HAMILTON, ELIZA; Paxton, FL HAMMETTE, RAYFORD; Winter Haven. FL HAMMOND. ELIZABETH; Mobile. AL HARRIS, RALPH; Albany. GA HARRIS, SAMUEL; Troy, AL HARRIS, WANDA; Montgomery, AL HARRISON, JAN; Selma. AL HARRISON, WILLIAM; Selma, AL HARVEY, KIMBERLY; Tuskegee, AL HARVISON, LORI; Robertsdale, AL HASSETT. LINDA; Enterprise, AL HAYNES, ARELIOUS; Blakely, GA Sophomores 99 HELMS. JENELLE; Kinston, AL HELMS. MONA; Brundidge. AL HELMS, SANDRA; Clayton, AL HENDERSON, GARY; Pell City, AL HENDERSON, JAMES; Alexandra City, AL HENKEN, VERA; Huntsville, AL HENRY. BRIAN; Hawkinsville, GA HEISLER, SCOTT; Webb, AL HERBST, DONNA; Montgomery, AL HESTER, SID; Demopolis, AL HIGDON, KAREN; Quincy, FL HILL, DENISE; Lexington, AL HILL, LISA; Town Creek, AL HILL, SARAH; Montgomery, AL HILL, TANA; Opelika. AL HILL, SONJI; Lanett, AL HINES, DEBORAH; Eufaula. AL HINTON, JOHNNA; Montgomery, AL HOBBS, LISA; Troy, AL HOGAN, CHERIE; Hudson, FL HOGUE, HARRIETT; Troy. AL HOLDER, DEBORAH; Enterprise, AL HOLLOWAY. JEANNETTE; Montgomery, AL HOLLY. LISA; Greenville, AL HOLLEY, WILLIAM; Samson, AL HOLLON, WANDA; Prattville, AL HOLMES, JANET; Montgomery, AL HOLMES, JEFFREY; Union Springs. AL HOOKS. MARIA; Montgomery, AL HOUSTON, CASEY; Newton, GA HOWARD, BRETT; Troy, AL HOWELL, MURRAY; Huntsville, AL HOWELL. TANYA; Montgomery, AL HUDSON, LISA; Montgomery, AL HUDSON, THEODORE, Madrid, SPAIN HUGGINS, SANDRA; Troy, AL HUGHES. CHARLES; Montgomery. AL HUGHES. FRANCES; Skipperville, AL HUGHES. LYNDA; Dublin. IRELAND HUGHES, SANDRA; Brundidge, AL HUGHES, TRINA; Goshen, AL HUGHEY, EDWARD; Selma, AL HURST, TRACE; Letohatchee, AL HUTCHESON, LISA; Florala, AL HYDE, CHRISTINA; Birmingham, AL IKNER. BRUCE; Daphne, AL INGRAM, CAROLYN; Evergreen, AL INMAN, KRISTA; Lakeland, FL IRBY, KARL A; Mobile. AL IRIZARRY. RUBEN; Troy, AL IVERSON, DORIS; Montgomery, AL JACKSON, DEBRA; Montgomery, AL JACKSON, JOSEPH; Florala, AL JACKSON, WILLIAM; Troy, AL JAMES, MICHAEL; Waycross, GA JARVIS, EARDLEY; Titusville, FL JENNINGS, GINA; Montgomery, AL JIMMERSON, CATHY; Montgomery, AL JOCHEN, JERE; Troy, AL JOHNSON. ALEX; Evergreen. AL JOHNSON. ANGELA; Rutledge. AL JOHNSON. ETHENE; Montgomery, AL JOHNSON. FRED; Theodore. AL JOHNSON. JEFFREY; Troy. AL JOHNSON. WANDA; Quincy. FL JOHNSTON. JOE; Midway. AL JOHNSTON. VONCILA; Brundidge, AL JONES, DIANE; Clanton, AL JONES, JEROME; Troy, AL JONES, JIMMY; Clanton, AL 100 Sophomores ■I + msiwi JONES. KIMBERLY. Troy. AL JONES. MELISSA. Montgomery. AL JORDAN. GEORGE; Montgomery. AL JUDAH. AMY; Ozark. AL KELLEY. ERIN; Ozark. AL KELLEY. MICHAEL, Troy. AL KELLEY. ODESSA. Montgomery. AL KELLUM, KIMBERLY. Montgomery. AL KELLY. KIMBERLY; Midland City. AL KILLEBREW. JANE; Abbeville. AL KIMBROUGH. MICHAEL. Notsulga. AL KING. KATHY; Cape Coral. FL KINGRY, MARTHA; Troy. AL KIRKPATRICK. JILL; Pleasant Grove. AL KITT. JOSEPHINE; Montgomery. AL KLAVA, GLENN; Mossy Head, FL KLESH. DEANNA; Miami. FL KLINE. KAREN; Ft. Rucker. AL KLINE. STEPHANIE; Milton, FL KNIGHT. KENNETH; Blakely. GA KNIGHT. KEVIN; Blakely, GA KOEHLER, ROBERT; Homassasa. FL LAMPLEY, ARLISA; Brundidge. AL LANEY. STEVIE; Ariton. AL LANGLEY. TRAVIS; Saraland. AL LASSITER, JAMES; Slocomb, AL LAVENDER. STEVE; Eutaw, AL LAYDE. KELLY; Columbus. GA LAYTON. MELONIE; Montgomery, AL LAZZARI, PATRICIA; Daphne. AL LEAVITT, JANICE; Florence. AL LEE. ANITA; Mobile. AL LEE. LINDA; Troy. AL LEE. MICHAEL; Adel. GA LEMMOND. JULIE; Montgomery, AL LEWIS, ANTHONY; Montgomery, AL LEWIS, BARBARA; Madison, AL LEWIS, VONDA; Dothan. AL LEWIS, WALTER; Montgomery, AL LIND. KATHERINE; Saraland. AL LITTLE, DARCI; Ozark, AL LOCKETT, TINA; Troy, AL LOCICERO, KIM; Winter Haven. FL LONG. RENEE; Montgomery, AL LONGCRIER, CAROLYN, Montgomery, AL LOTT, JOHN; Brundidge. AL LOVETT. JOHN; Jemison. AL LOWERY, CARMI; Troy, AL LUDWIG, WAYNE; Niceville, AL LUHMANN, GAYLE; Cullman, AL LUM, LISA; Troy, AL LUMPKIN, SUSAN; Columbus. GA LYONS. KAREN. Foley. AL MABRAY, MICHAEL. Troy, AL MACDONALD, TAMMY; Crystal River. FL MACON, SHEILA; Birmingham, AL MADDOX, DAVID; Brewton, AL MADDOX, WILLIAM; Elba, AL MADISON, PATRICIA; Luverne, AL MAHONE. DWAYNE; Goshen. AL MAIDEN, KECIA; Montgomery, AL MALONE, LINDA; Phenix City, AL MARAMAN. HUBERT; Goergiana. AL MARCH. VERNAE; Montgomery, AL MARSHALL, DIANE, West Palm Beach. FL MARSHALL, WILLIE; Peterman, AL MARTIN, BRIAN; Lakeland, FL MARTIN, CHERYL, Montgomery. AL MARTIN. HORACE; Brooksville. FL MARTIN, TIMOTHY; Phenix City. AL Sophomores 101 3: PROFILE Cathy Coleman, a senior from Dothan, Alabama, de- signed the cover of the 1985-1986 Palladium. Cathy became interested in art during her freshman year of high school and is now pur- suing a major in Art and mi- nors in Art History and Ger- man. Cathy says that she enjoys being an individual, which is evident by her plans for the future. She would like to use her art background in a career of fashion de- sign, where she hopes to design clothing and set fashion trends of her own. Her short range goal is to become a flight atten- dant for an airline. She feels that this experience will aid her by providing a greater knowledge of people, personalities, and trends, both nationally and internationally. Article by Kim Carlton. ■ MARTINEZ. ONA. Montgomery, AL MATES, MATTHEW, Altamonte, FL MATTHEW. ARUNA; Grady, AL MAYS, BRENDA; Montgomery, AL MCCAA, KAREN; Montgomery. AL MCCALL, KIMBERLY; Fitzgerald, GA MCCARTHY, CAROLYN; Atlanta, GA MCCOLLOUGH, RHETT; Elba, AL MCCACKEN, KATHRYN; Webster Groves, MO MCCRIMON, WANDA; Vincent, AL MCCRORY, MICHAEL; Tuskegee, AL MCCULLOUGH, CHRISTINE; Titusville, FL MCDANIEL, CHARLOTTE; Montgomery, AL MCDONALD, MARY; Fitzgerald, GA MCGARRY, DALE; Enterprise, AL MCGOWAN, FRANK; Montgomery, AL MCGRIFF, DONALD; Headland, AL MCGRIFF, MARTHA; Montgomery, AL MCGUIRE, FEBRA; Troy. AL MCMURTREY, LAURA; Montgomery, AL MCPHEE, ERIC; Bellglade, FL MCPHERSON, THERESA; Lowndesboro, AL MCWHORTER, ANJA; Troy, AL MEANS, TAMMY; Bay Minette. AL MEANS, TEMPIE; Montgomery, AL MEECE, JILL; Bradenton. FL MERKERSON, SHARON. Wetumpka. AL MEYER, JEFFERY; Harrison, TN MIDDLEBROOKS. JULIA; Selma, AL MIDDLETON, MILISSA; Montgomery, AL MIKEL. TAMMY; Dozier, AL MILES, ESTELLA; Fort Mitchell, AL MILLER, BETTY; Montgomery, AL MIMS, WILLIAM; Thorsby, AL MINLEY, VANESSA; Tuskegee. AL MITCHELL. LAURI; Pensacola, FL MITCHELL, LEWIS; Brewton. AL MITCHELL, MATTHEW; Eutaula, AL MIXSON, JAMES; St. Petersburg. FL MIXSON, SHANNON; Ozark, AL MOBLEY. DAVID; Brundidge. AL MOONEY. CHARLES; Opp. AL fc 102 Sophomores k ' .fkn MOORE. LEONARD. Troy. AL MOORE. MICHAEL. Union Springs. AL MORGAN. BENJAMIN. Montgomery. AL MORGAN. JON. Brantley. AL MOSLEY. DAVID; Demopolis. AL MOSLEY, TIMOTHY; Columbus. GA MOULTRY. CYNTHIA. Highland Home. AL MULLER, TINA; Troy. AL MYERS, GREGORY. Indianapolis. IN NASON, ERIC; Crystal River. FL NEAL. TODD; Louisville. KY NELSON, CYNTHIA; Elba. AL NELSON. WANDA; Montgomery. AL NEWSOME, BURTON. Columbus. GA NIEBLING. KAY; Montgomery. AL NIX. DANIEL; Fairhope. AL NORMAN, CAROL; Ramer, AL NORMAN, NATALIE; Auburn, AL NORRIS, JR; Troy, AL NORRIS. STACY; Troy. AL NUNLEY, MARTY; Montgomery, AL OATES, PAMELA; Marbury. AL OBER. AMANDA; Bedford. NH ODUMS. KENTON; Tavares. FL OLSON. KENT; Jax. FL ONEILL. KRISTINE; Eustis, FL OREILLY. KEIII; E. Islip. NY OSTEEN. DEBRA; Troy, AL OUTLAW, JAMES; Brundidge. AL OVERTON, DELIA; Dothan. AL OWENS, ANGELA; Montgomery, AL OWENS, CHARLES; Pineapple, AL OWENS, DARREN; Daphne, AL PALMER, CHRISTIAN; Largo, FL PARAMESWARAN. NAVARAT; Troy. AL PARAMORE, MARCUS; Dothan. AL PARKER, SHARON; Birmingham, AL PARKER, SHERRY; Montgomery. AL PARISH, JOSEPH; Clayton, AL PARRETT. JANICE; Montgomery. AL PATE, JEAN; Montgomery, AL PATTIE. DAVID; Troy, AL PAXTON, PENNI; Palm Bch, FL PEEL, MICKEAL; Malvern. AL PEEVY. SUSAN; Brewton, AL PERDUE, CHRISTINE; Montgomery, AL PETERS. SEAN; Troy. AL PETTENGILL. SEBRINA; Montgomery. AL PHILLIPS, TAMMY; Frisco City. AL PICHARD. REID; Tallahassee, FL PIERCE, LISA; Tuskegee Inst., AL PITTMAN, ANDREW; Brantley. AL PITTMAN. GARY; Andalusia. AL PLESS. KELVIN; Americus. GA PORTER. JEANNINE; Troy. AL POUNCE. CONNIE. Brantley, AL POUNCY, DAVID; Montgomery, AL POWELL, JANET; Troy, AL POWELL, ROLINDA; Elba. AL PRESCOTT, LORI; Dawson. GA PRICE. KELLEY; Slocomb. AL PRIDGEN. DENISE; Opp. AL PRITCHARD. RALPH; Dothan. AL PROBST. PENNY; Montgomery. AL PRYOR. WILLIAM; Troy, AL PUGH. ROMANO; Georgiana, AL PURVIS, BARBARA. Americus. GA PYNES, SUSAN; Rutledge, AL QUERCIA. WILLIAM; Yonkers. NY QUINN. AUDREY; Birmingham. AL Sophomores 103 RACKLEY. CYNTHIA; Vero Beach. FL RATTE. LISA; Montgomery. AL RAUPP. JEFFREY; West Palm Bch, FL RAY. MARSHA; Montgomery, AL RAYBORN, BARBARA; Montgomery. AL REED. SUSAN; Montgomery. AL REEVES. CHRISTINE; Jacksonville. FL REEVES, JAMES; Chickasaw. AL REEVES, MARY; Montgomery, AL RESSE; TOMUNDA; Bessemer, AL RESSEGER, SUZANNE; Dothan. AL REYNOLDS. JOHN; Enterprise. AL RICE. GAIL; Montgomery. AL RICHARD, JOHN; Lynn Haven, FL RICHARDSON, ALLISON. Montgomery. AL RICHARDSON, KAREN; Lexington, AL RILEY, GWENDOLYN; Clio, AL RILEY, WADE; Enterprise, AL RITCHIE, CLINTON; Pensacola, FL ROBBINS, DIANA; Shalimar, AL ROBERTS, HOMER; Newville, AL ROBERTS, RUSSELL; Glendora, CA ROBINCHAUX, PETER; Mearirie, LA ROBINSON, ERIC; Lanett, AL ROBINSON, ESTELLA; Montgomery, AL RODGER, TONIA; Bessemer, AL ROE, RODNEY; Pine Hill, AL ROGERS, WENDY; Dothan, AL ROLLAN, KIM; Montgomery. AL ROLLING. RUBY; Luverne, AL ROTHELL. SUSAN; Mims, FL ROTTON, ALAN; Union Sprgs. AL RUSSELL. CHARLES; Montgomery. AL RYLES. KATRENA; Phenix City. AL SALIGA. DEBORAH; Clearwater, FL SANDERS, CEDRIC; Newton, AL SANDERS, CHRISTOPHER; Eclectic, AL SANDERS. JERRY; Goshen. AL SANDERS. VICKI; Eufaula, AL SANDERSON, SHARON; Mobile, AL SANDO. BRENDA; Enterprise, AL SANFORD. PEGGY; Montgomery. AL SASSER. JANET; Slocomb. AL SAUCEDA, JEFFREY; Niceville. FL SAUNDERS, JULIE; Abbeville, AL SAVOIE, BETTY; Troy. AL SCARBROUGH. MELISSA; Troy, AL SCHAPER, STEVEN; Newton, AL SCHLEY, CHARLES; Windemere, FL SCHNEIDER, DARREL; Troy. AL SCHURR. PAMELA; Lillian. AL SCONIERS. MICHAEL; Lakeland. FL SCOTT. JONATHAN; Swainboro. GA SCOTT, KAY; Montgomery, AL SEAVY. FRANCIS; Elba. AL SELLERS. SUSAN; Eufaula, AL SENN. STEPHANIE; Troy. AL SEYMOUR, CYNTHIA; Pensacola. FL SHELBY. PAMELA. Montgomery, AL SHELLEY, JILL; Newville, AL SHELLHOUSE, DEBORAH; Dothan, AL SHERA, RICHARD; Cape Coral, FL SHIPE, JAMES; Lakeland. FL SHIPMAN. WILLIE; Troy, AL SHIPMON, DIANE; Troy, AL SHIVER. RAJEANA; Jakin. GA SHOUSE, STUART; Ft. Walton Bch, FL SHUFORD, VERONICA; Montgomery, AL SHOWS. DEBORAH; Montgomery. AL SIKES. NANCY. Luverne. AL A 104 Sophomores , , $m PPi SILAVENT. RONNIE. Slocomb. AL SIMMONS. ALETHEA. Montgomery. AL SIMS. DOUGLAS. Thomasville. AL SIMS. SUSAN. Montgomery. AL SKILLMAN. CHRIS. Walnut Grove. AL SLACK. CHERYL. Cape Coral. FL SMALL. CHRIS. Atlanta. GA SMILEY. NANCY, Live Oak. FL SMILLIE. LISA. Cocoa Bch. FL SMITH. CAMMY; Ashford. AL SMITH. HILDA. Clio. AL SMITH. KIMBERLY: Jack. AL SMITH. LANNIE; Greenville. AL SMITH. TIMOTHY. Dothan. AL SMITH, TRACI; Alex City. AL SMITH. WAYNE; Dothan. AL SOBOLOWSKI. MEGAN. Pell City, AL SOSEBEE, LORI; Warrior. AL SOWELL. GLENNIS; Dothan. AL SPANN. DANNI; Troy. AL SPANN. JANE. Montgomery. AL SPENCE. BENJAMIN. Defuniak Sprg. FL SPENGLER. GLENN, Troy. AL SPIVEY. REBECCA, Troy, AL SPORT, ROBERT; Brantley. AL SPORT. THOMAS. Luvernve. AL SPRAGUE. LISA; Ft. Walton. FL STARLING, DAVID; Troy. AL STEADHAM, RONALD; Camden. AL STEBBINS. SHANNON; Brooksville. FL STEELE, JANET; Montgomery, AL STEPHENS, AMANDA; Troy. AL STEPHENSON. JASON; Florence. AL STEVENS. RICHARD. Montgomery. AL STEVENSON, BRYAN; Uniontown. AL STEWART, WILLIAM. Brundidge. AL STOKES. LESLIE; Troy. AL STOKELY. CYNTHIA; Opelika, AL STONE, ANITA; New Brockton. AL STOREY, ZACKARY; Elba. AL STOUGH. ANNETTE; Red Level. AL STUTZMAN. YVONNE; Brandon. FL SULLIVAN. PHILLIP; Clermont. FL TANNER. BONITA; Mobile, AL TANNER, JENNIFER. Greenville. AL TATUM, LANCE; Ozark. AL TAYLOR. KEITH; Greenville, AL TAYLOR. LISA; Jack. AL TAYLOR, MARY; Troy, AL TAYLOR. RICHARD. Eutaula. AL TERRELL. ANDREW. Troy. AL TEW. SCOTT; Dothan. AL THOMAS. DELISA; Pensacola. FL THOMAS. LAWRENCE; Eufaula. AL THOMPSON. SHARON; Oak Forest. IL THOMPSON. STEVEN; Columbus. GA THOMPSON. WILEATHA; Brewton. AL THONEBE. DOUGLAS; Troy. AL TISDALE. JAMES; Brantley, AL TISDALE. WANDA. Opp. AL TOLES. CAROL; Montgomery. AL TRAVIS. JERALD; Cantonment. FL TRAVIS. SCARLETT. Hartford. AL TRUETT. YOLANDRA; Lanett. AL TURNER. THERESA. Greenville. AL VAUGHANS. DORIS; Montgomery. AL VAUGHN. LISA; Graceville. FL VINES. ANGELINA; Prattville. AL WADDELL, DENSE; Georgetown, GA WALDEN. HANS; Ozark. AL Sophomores 105 WALDEN. MICHAEL; Cantonment. FL WALDHEIM. LESLIE; Montgomery. AL WALKER. CHRISTOPHER; Dothan, AL WALKER. CYNTHIA; Montgomery, AL WALKER. SONJA; Abbeville, AL WALLACE. KEITH; Prattville. AL WARD, ANDY; Ozark. AL WARD, SHERRI; Dothan, AL WARR, BRENTON; Blakely. GA WARTMAN, WILLIAM; Ashtord. AL WASHINGTON, D ' JARA; Montgomery, AL WASHINGTON, JUAN; New Orleans, LA WATERS, ANDREW; Greenville, AL WATKINS, DEMETRIUS; Selma, AL WATSON, STANLEY; Beatrice, AL WAVER, CARL; Montgomery, AL WEAVER, RODNEY; Atmore, AL WEBSTER. SHAWN; Abbeville, AL WELCH, SONJA; Tuskegee, AL WEST, JAMES; Slocomb, AL WEST, KAREN; Montgomery, AL WILSON, WRAY; Fajardo. PR WILKINS, DAVID; Troy, AL WILKERSON, ANGELA; Troy, AL WILKERSON, RODNEY; Montgomery, AL WILLIAMS, ALTO; Eufaula. AL WILLIAMS, AMY; Montgomery, AL WILLIAMS, DIANA; Tallahassee. FL WILLIAMS, IVY; Montgomery, AL WILLIAMS, JULIA; Frisco City, AL WILLIAMS, MARY; Samson. AL WILLIAMS, MONI; Ft. Worth, TX WILLIAMS, PAULA; Leeds, AL WILLIAMS, PEARL; Abbeville. AL WILLIAMS, PENNY; Georgetown, GA WILLIAMSON, VANDON; Fayetteville, GA WILLIS, ANGELA; Troy, AL WILLIS, GLEN; Mobile, AL WILLOUGHBY, SUSAN; Ariton, AL WILNOITE, RHONDA; Crockett, TX WINCHESTER, RAMONA. Pensacola, FL WINDHAM, CHARLES; Robertsdale, AL WILSON, COMER; Andalusia, AL WILSON, RICHARD; Mobile, AL WHITE, CHRISTY; Brewton, AL WHITEHEAD, CHARLIE; Troy, AL WHITEHEAD, SANDRA; Troy, AL WHITTLE. WILLIAM; Hayneville. AL WOLF. WILLIAM; Naples. FL WOMACK. CHARLES; Panama City, FL WOOD, TONY; Montgomery, AL WOODS, NELLIE; Troy, AL WOODS. PHELIX; Troy. AL WOODHAM, KIMBERLY; Webb. AL WOOTEN. DONALD; Atmore. AL WRIGHT, ANDREW; Blakely, GA WRIGHT, ANNA, Troy, AL WRIGHT. GWENDOLYN. Montgomery, AL WRIGHT, MERLE; Montgomery. AL YAKUBOWSKI, KEVIN; Titusville, FL YELL, LINDA; Montgomery. AL YORK. ANNA; Holiday, FL YOUNG, CHRISTOPHER; Walton Bch, FL YOUNG, DANITA, East Point, GA YOUNG, SUSAN; Eglin AFB, FL YOUNG, WANDA; Selma, AL ZAPATA DAN. Brundidge. AL ZEIGLER. SALLY; Prattville, AL ZIGLAR, SHERRI. Monroeville, AL ZIMMERMANN, SUSAN; Montgomery, AL 106 Sophomores The Afro American Soci- ety of Troy State University held a brief ceremony at Bibb Graves Quad January 20 at 11:50 a.m., recogniz- ing national Martin Luther King Day. The ceremonial tribute, which occurred during the 10 minute interval between classes, honored the slain national leader who quoted himself as being a " drum major for peace and jus- tice. " Students, along with sev- eral members of the faculty gathered in the quad for tri- bute. AAS vice president Lis- ter Portis opened the cer- monies by asking everyone to join hands to symbolize unity. Denise Dunbar, AAS President, spoke briefly on King ' s struggle and his plight. " This is the first year we as a nation celebrate Dr. King ' s birthday. Today is a national holiday with national impli- cations. " Clifford Cannedy gave a moving speech on how Dr. King ' s dream has come into existence. " But we still have a long way to go, " he says. " If it hadn ' t been for Dr. King we wouldn ' t be here holding hands together today. " Gloria Lynch spoke briefly to the predominantly black audience and told them to remember King ' s philosophy, to be free in every sense of the word. " We ' ve been coasting too long. No one can save us, from us, for us, " she said. A prayer by Michelangelo James and the singing of the Black National Anthem, " Lift Every Voice and Sing, " led by Ken Spears, concluded the program. At the close of the cere- mony, Dunbar told the audi- ence to put aside all petti- ness and all other differ- ences and be " King " for a day. TSU Recognizes Martin Luther King ' s Birthday Article by Martha Williams ot the Tropolitan Staff. Sophomore 107 JUNIORS ABRAMS. STACEY; Clayton, AL ADAMS. SONIA; Clayton, AL ADCOCK, DEBORAH; Troy, AL AGBAJE, ADEYINKA; Nigeria ALLEGRI. CHRISTOPHER; Ft. LauOerdale, FL ALLEN, DELORES; Dozier, AL ALLEN, KIMBERLY. Ocean Sprgs, MS ALLEN, SCOTT; Nashville. TN ALLRED. CLIFFORD; Pinson, AL AMISON, MIKE; Elba, AL ANDERSON, EDNA; Selma, AL APLIN, RHONDA; Dothan, AL APPLEY. MITCHELL; Seminole, FL ARRINGTON, WARREN; Montgomery, AL ASMUSSN, TINA; Ft. Peirce, FL BALTZ, JOSEPH; Valparaiso, FL BANKS, HAROLD; Atlanta, GA BANKS, NEDRA; Mobile. AL BARFIELD. MARTHA; Chipley, FL BARNER. ROBERT; Millbrook. AL BARNETT, PATTY; Troy. AL BARNETTE, SONYA; Troy, AL BARR, GERALYN; Palm Bch, FL BARRON, BELINDA; Troy, AL BARTON, PHILLIP; Troy, AL BAUGH, SHARON; Thomasville, AL BAUMAN, GERALD; Troy, AL BUNDRICK. LOUANNE; Troy, AL BAZZELL, DEANNA; Deatsville, AL BENDER, CYNTHIA; Ft. Deposit. AL BENDER, FRANCES; Luverne, AL BENTON, VICKI; Dothan. AL BICKEL, JAMES; Troy. AL BIRCHFIELD. STEPHEN; Opelika. AL BIRKS. JOANNE; Seminole, AL BISHOP, KENNETH; Thomasville, AL BJORGAN, JON; Panama City, FL BLACK, ED; Troy, AL BLACKMON, JODY; Greenville, AL BLACKWEEK, GARRY; Opp, AL BLEDSOE, LOU; Eufaula, AL BLEVINS, JOSEPH; Selma, AL BLUE, LISA; Kinston. AL BOOKER. WANDAI Troy. AL BOWERS. KEVIN; Dothan, AL BOYKIN, LINDA; Enterprise, AL BRACKEN, RICHARD; Ozark, AL BRADLEY. CLEOPATRA; Castleberry. AL BRADLEY, ROBERT; Tampa, FL BRAY, CHRISTOPHER; Clearwater. FL BRAY. PAULA; Brundidge. AL BRIGHT. ROBERT; Gallatin, TN BRISTER. SHARRI; Fairhope, AL BROOKS. KAREN; Troy. AL BROWN, CINDY; Daphne. AL BROWN, EUGENE; Akron, OH + r , t - 4 108 Juniors BROWN. JOHN. Troy. AL BROWN, JULIE. Brandon. FL BROWN. LISA; Ozark. AL BROWN. LISSA; Opp, AL BROWN. NOLA; Tuskegee. AL BROWN, SCOTT. Cedartown. GA BRUNDIDGE. EDDIE. Brantley. AL BRUNSELL, MARIT, Enterprise. AL BYRANT, USA. Tyler. AL BULLARD, ANGELA, Troy. AL BULLOCK. ROBERT. Brundldge, AL BURMAN. BRIDGET; Venice. FL BUSH, ALICE; Montgomery, AL BUTLER, JEFFREY. Coral Sprgs. FL CALABRESE. ROBERT. Plantation. FL CALDWELL. JEFFREY; Marbury, AL CALDWELL. JOHN; Troy. AL CALDWELL. TOMEKA; Birmingham, AL CALLIORAS. SUE; Norfhwood. NH CAMPBELL, MARK; Eufaula, AL CANNEDY, CLIFFORD; St. Petersburg. FL CAPORINI. STEPHEN, Palm Bch, Fl CARPENTER. MARILEA; Ballsotn Spa. NY CARROLL. LESLIE; Tavares, FL CARROLL. TERESA. Enterprise. AL CARSON. HOPE; Fayettville. GA CARSWELL, HAROLD; Hollywood, FL CARTER, CHARLES. Troy. AL CARTER. TERRI; Troy. AL CARTER. RUDOLPH; Prattville. AL CATRETT. THOMAS. Troy, AL CARTER, TROY; Selma, AL CAUTHEN, WILLIAM; Montgomery, AL CLARK, JOHN; Troy, AL COBB, ALISA; Troy, AL COBURN, LAURA; Evergreen. AL COCHRAN, LONNIE; Ashford, AL COE. DENNIS. Dothan. AL COLEMAN, CATHERINE; Dothan. AL COLEMAN, PAUL; Eufaula. AL COLEMAN, TANNA; Smiths. AL COLLIER. BRENDA; Apo NY. NY COLLINS, KIMBERLY; Sarasota. FL COLLVER, CATHERINE; Dothan, AL COLVIN, STEPHANIE; Troy. AL COOK. GLORIA; Greenville. AL COOK. LASHON; Prattville. AL CONANT. PHILIP; Umatilla. FL COSTON, THOMASETTE; Troy. AL COWART. LARRAINE; Goshen. AL COX. BOBBY; Ashford, AL COX. ELAINE; Bradenton. FL CREEL. ADAM; Montgomery, AL CREWS, RORY; Dothan, AL CRUZ. ORTIS; Daleville. AL CUDE, DONNA; Moultrie, GA CULPEPPER, YVON; Troy, AL CURTIS, GEORGE; Montgomery. AL CUTRUZZULA. MICHAEL; Benton. AL DALE. JOHN; Snow Hill, AL DANSBY. KIM; Troy, AL DAUGHERTY, RYAN; Mobile, AL DAUGHTRY. DEBBIE; Andalusia. AL DAVENPORT. DANA; Abbeville. AL DAVIS. BROCKTON; Troy. AL DAVIS. JUDSON; Florala. AL DAVIS, ROBERT; Gadsden. AL DAVIS, TOMMY; Monroeville, AL DEES. JOHN; Brewton. AL DEJARNETT. BOBBY; Eclectic. AL Juniors 109 DENISON. WILLIAM; Troy. AL DEWBERRY. JANE; Valley, AL DICESARE, ROSANNA; Lakeland, FL DOCTSON, GREGORY; Montgomery, AL DONALDSON, SHARON; Opp, AL DOWNIE, PAULA; Louisville, AL DOWNING, WILEY; Brewton. AL DRAKE, HARRY; Jacksonville, FL DREW, ROBERT; Tallahssee. FL DUBOSE, BRAD; Jachin, AL DUBOSE, CHICO; Jachin, AL DUFF, JULIE; Dothan. AL DUGOSH. THOMAS; Panama City, FL DUNCAN, KATHY; Clermont, FL DUNCAN, PATRICIA; Troy, AL DYKES, HOWARD; Troy. AL DYSON, REGINA; Point Clear, AL EASTERWOOD. LARRY; Ashtord. AL EDDINGTON, ANTOINE; Kokomo, IN EDWARDS. JUDITH; Montgomery. AL ELDER, WANDA; Troy.AL ELLINGTON, JOE; Brewton, AL ELLINOR, CATHERINE; Panama City, FL ELLISOR, ROBERT; New Brockton, AL ELMORE, CHARLES; Glasgow. KY EMELOGU, JOHN; Troy, AL ENZOR, JENNIFER; Andalusia, AL EPTING. SHIRLEY; Brimingham. AL ESLER. WILLIAM; Plantation. FL EVANS, JOSEPH; Lizella, GA FARMER, ANGELA; Slocomb, AL FAUST, JAMES; McKenzie, AL FERGUSON. DEBBIE. Dozier. AL FICKE, DIANE; Montgomery, AL FINCH, CHARLES. Panama City, FL FLEMING, WILLAM; Pensacola, FL FLETCHER, JAMES; Branford, FL FLOWERS, REBA; Troy, AL FONTENOT.CHRIS; New Orleans, LA FOWLER, TIMOTHY; Dothan, AL FRALIC, JOHN; Montgomery, AL FRANKLIN. KAREN; Dozier. AL FRAUNFELDER, JAMES; Montgomery. AL FREEMAN. JEFFREY; Shalimar, FL FULFORD. EDWARD. Geneva, AL FULLER, LINDA, Troy, AL FUNK, LORI; Fairhope, AL FUQUA, ANDREW; Union Sprgs, AL GADDY, SABRINA; Thomasville, AL GAINES. JOSEPH; Huntsville, AL GARNER, DARLENE; Winter Haven. FL GARNER, JACK; Montgomery, AL GARTMAN, SHELIA; Sunflower. AL GATES. JAY; Troy, AL GELL. LARRY; Troy, AL GERMAN, RODNEY; Albany, GA GIBBS, SARA; Camden, AL GILBERT, PAUL; Selma, AL GILHEART, JAMES; Fairhope, AL GILLEY, MARTY; Enterprise. AL GOLDEN. MONA; Goshen , AL GOODSEN, TERRY; Artion, AL GORDON, DAWN; Montgomery, AL GRAVLIN, EDWARD; Troy, AL GRAVLIN, VICKI. Springfield. VA GREEN. SHELIA; Union Sprgs, AL GREENING, LINDY; Ft. Rucker, AL GREENSPAN, DAVID; Savannah, GA GRIDER, KAREN; Elba, AL GRIFFEN, CARROL; Enterprise, AL PI flinoj 110 Juniors it «a.w .p fc anil GRIFFEN. CHARMEN; Troy, AL GULLEY. MELISSA. Troy. AL GUNTER. RHONDA. Troy. AL GUNTER. WILLIAM. Perry. AL GUYTON, ROBERT. Tampa. FL HALL. BYRON.. Marietta. GA HALL. LYNN; Montgomery. AL HALL. MARY. Elba. AL HALL. PEGGY; Troy. AL HALL. RICKY. Brantley. AL HALL. SIS. Montgomery. AL HAYES. MALSIA; Greenwood. FL HAM. MATTHEW. Ozark. AL HAMILTON. KENNETH; Thomasville. AL HAMILTON. MARGARET; Ozark. AL HAMM. MELISSA; Louisville. AL HAMMONDS. LONZYA. Whigham. GA HARDIN. TRESA; Tuscaloosa. AL HARP. SAM; Pinson, AL HARRINGTON. REESE. Whigham. GA HARRIS. WILLIAM; Okeechobee. FL HARRISON, MILTON. Selma, AL HARTZOG. CHRISTOPHER; Clio. AL HARVEY. JAMES. Brundidge. AL HATCHETT. TAMERA; Notasulga. AL HAWK, ROBERT. Whitesburg. GA HAWKINS, MARJORIE. Gadsden. AL HENDRIX. JACQUELINE. Crestview. FL HENDRICKS. JAMES. Troy. AL NENLEY. MELISSA. Troy. AL HENTON. OSCAR; Birmingham. AL HERING. CLAUDETTE; Montgomery. AL HERRING. KIMBERLY; Dothan. AL HEWETT. CYNTHIA. Chattachoochee. FL HIGGINS. CECIL; Montgomery. AL HINES. MATTHEW. Palm Bay. FL HINTON. WANDA; Phenix City. AL HOBSON. TATE; Enterprise. AL HODGE. ROBERT; Troy. AL HOFFMAN. REBECCA; Gainesville, FL HOHLBAUGH, JULIE; Troy, AL HOLLAND, STEVE; Dothan, AL HOLLENBECK, STEPHEN. Dothan. AL HOLLEY. JOEY; Elba, AL HOLMES. STEPHEN; Troy. AL HOLZSCHUH. ROBERT, West Point, GA HOREN, SARAH, Ozark. AL HORTON. JULIE; Hartford. AL HORSTEAD, TED; Elba. AL HORTON. ROBERT. Andalusia; AL HOVEY. DINA; Camp Hill. AL HOWARD. PEGGY; Fitzpatrick. AL HOWELL, MARCUS; Enterprise, AL HOWELL. PAUL; Grand Bay. AL HUDSON. GERALD; Marietta. GA HUDSON. JAY; Montgomery. AL HURST, CELIA; Monroeville, AL HUSSEY. LORI; Troy. AL HUNTER, TONNA; Jay. FL HUTSKO, TODD; Brandon, FL INGRAM, LADONNA; Troy. AL IRWIN. MICHAEL. Selma. AL ISSAAC. LYNDON. Yulee, FL JACKSON. ALDUS; Troy. AL JACKSON. BRENDA; Dothan. AL JACKSON. MARTHA. Glenwood. AL JAHANNEMA. HAMID; Iran JENNINGS. SONYA; Valley, AL JERNIGAN, GINGER. Enterprise. AL JERNIGAN. MARILYN; Bay Minette, AL Juniors 111 PROFILE Diane Ficke, a 20 year old junior at Troy State Universi- ty, " aims high " as an Air Force ROTC student and aimed higher as an ex- change student in Germany Spring quarter 1986. Ficke received a Feder- ation of German American Clubs scholarship to study at Germany ' s oldest college, Heidleberg University, south of Frankfurt. Her stay in Ger- many began in March and ended during the summer. Living abroad was not new to Ficke because her father is an officer in the Air Force. Moving constantly has always been a part of her lifestyle. The education system in Germany is very different from the Troy State Universi- ty system. " You have to take care of everything such as classes, grades, and hours you ' ve had. Tests are piled on at the end of the semester instead of being spread throughout the se- mester. And the classes are taught in German. " Ficke said. Ficke has been interested in Germany for a long time. " My father ' s ancestry is in Germany, and I have done a personal study of the Ger- man langauge since I was 12 years old. " JOHNS, SHEILA; Troy. AL JOHNSON, ANN: Lagrange, GA JOHNSON, CHERYL; Evergreen, AL JOHNSON, DARLENE: Enterprise, AL JOHNSON, DAVID; Florala. AL JOHNSON. PAMELA; Webb, AL JOHNSON. RICKY; Brantley, AL JOHNSTON, JEFFREY; Mobile, AL JOHNSTON, LYN; Opp. AL JOHNSTONE; PAM; Indian Rocks Bch. FL JONES, ANNETTE; Troy. AL JONES. DONNA; Troy, AL JONES. EMMETTE, Montgomery, AL JONES, JASON; Tallassee, AL JONES, JULIE; Andalusia, AL JONES. KELONYEE: Montgomery, AL JONES, MARILYN; Prichard, AL JONES, REBECCA. Montgomery, AL JONES, RENECER; Brooklyn, NY JONES, SOUNDRA; Wilmer, AL KALISKY, TERRY; Montgomery. AL KEEL. JEFFREY. Dothan. AL KEETON. BRENDA; Troy, AL KEETON, LINDA; Troy, AL KEITH. KENNETH; Elba. AL KELLEY. ANGIE; Grove Hill. AL KELLEY, MICHAEL; Montgomery. AL KELLY. BERTRAM; Franklin. GA KELLEY, RHONDA; Headland. AL KELLEY. STEPHEN; Fairhope, AL KENNEDY. KEVIN; Cocoa Bch, FL KENNETT, SHERRI; Enterprise. AL KENNY. COLLEEN; Cocoa Bch, FL KENTON, SANDRA; Ft. Walton Bch. FL KERSEY, ANTHONY; Troy, AL life Jl ' --N 112 Juniors KETCHAM. SONYA. Ariton. AL K1AN. YAP. Troy. AL KIMBROUGH. DANIEL. Troy. AL KINCEY. VANESSA. Clopton. Al KING. DONALD; Andalusia. AL KING. MICHAEL; Panama City. AL KOCH. JEFFREY. Coral Sprg. FL KURTZ. GWENDOLYN. Ozark, AL LANE. JUDITH; Ft. Rucker. AL LANGFORD. THOMAS; Greenville. AL LANGLEY. CHRISTINA. Prattville. AL LANIER. SONDRA. Perry. FL LANIER. THELESA; Birmingham. AL LASHLEY. SHEILA, Headland. AL LAWHORN. GLENDA; Ft Lauderdale. FL LAXSON. FRANK. Bainbridge. GA LEFFEW. RICHARD; Vero Beach. FL LEICHNER. EDWARD. Adel. GA LEVERETTE, WILLIAM. Luverne. AL LEVINGSTON. VERONICA. Flomaton. AL LIGON CYNTHIA. Rockledge. FL LINTON. MARY. Opp. AL LITTLE. CYNTHIA; Georgiana. AL LITTLE. JEANETTE; West Palm Ech. FL LONG, DAUN; Troy AL LOWERY, DAVID; Greenville, AL LUCAS, CYNTHIA; Troy, AL LUNSFORD, CHARLES; Apalachicola, FL LYNCH, GLORIA; Washington. DC MACK. JACQUELYN; Destin. FL MADDOX. SHEILA; D othan. AL MANNING, HUGH; Troy, AL MARABLE, BRIDGET; Tuskegee, AL MARCHMAN. KIMBERLY. Dothan. AL MATCHETT. CHUCK; Daphne. AL MATHIS. LAURA, Ozark, AL MATTHEWS, PAUL; Jacksonville. FL MATTHEWS. WILLIAM; Chipley, FL MAYFIELD. GERALD; Vallejo. CA MAYNARD. FREDERICK; Seale. AL MAYNARD, ROBERT; Clearwater. FL MAY. JEFFREY; Troy. AL MCCANTS. GAYLE; Mobile, AL MCCLELLAN, JEFF; Montgomery, AL MCCLELLAND, JIM; Troy. AL MCCLENDON. DEBORAH. Eufaula. AL MCCONNELL. MARGARET; Ashburn, GA MCCRORY, MICHAEL. Panama City, FL MCCRORY, MICHAEL. Megargel. AL MCDONNELL. JUDITH; Montgomery. AL MCDOWELL, MICHELLE; Sylacauga, AL MCGEE, THOMAS; Selma, AL MCGRAW, MICHAEL; Dothan, AL MCGRIFF. JACQUELINE; Gordon, AL MCKENZIE, ERAENA; Montoeville. AL MCKINLEY, MICHAEL; Crestview, FL MCLEOD, RITA; Luverne, AL MCNEECE, CARL; Camden, AL MCNEILL, ROBIN; Andalusia, AL MCPHERSON, MITCHELL; Beatrice. AL MCRAE. LISA; Greenville, AL MCSHANE, MARIAN. Dunwoody. GA MCVAY. KIMBERLY. Thomasville, AL MEACHAM, CHARI; Dothan. AL MEIRSWA, MARY; Enterprise, AL MELTON, MELINDA; Geneva. AL MERCIER. PAULA; Dothan, AL MERRILL, KIMBERLY; Neptune Bch, FL MERRILL, MARY. Florala. AL MIDDLEBROOKS. BETSY; Troy. AL i Freshmen 113 MIDDLETON. DEBBIE. Enterprise, AL MILEY. ANGELA; Enterprise, AL MILLER, JACQUELINE; New Brockton. AL MILLER, JAMES; Ozark, AL MILNE, TODD; Berkley Hts, NJ MINCEY, MELISSA; Tequesta FL MIXSON, CHARLES; Troy, AL MOLETTE, ROBERT; Eufaula, AL MOODY, KRISTINA; Kinston, AL MOODY, TAMARA; Opp, AL MOORE, RONALD; Chancellor. AL MORGAN, RONALD; Troy. AL MORGAN, ELIZABETH; Luverne. AL MORGAN, KEITH; Taveres, FL MOUNT, GARY; Brantley, AL MOZO, REBECCA; Enterprise, AL MULLEN, JAMES; Troy, AL MULLEN. VIRGINIA; Troy, AL MURPHY, SUSAN; Spanish Fort. AL MURPHY, HAL; Gilbertown, AL MUSGROVE, SHERRI; Eufuala. AL MYERS, CRAIG; McCalla, AL MYERS, KEVIN; Ft. Pierce.FL NAHHAS, HENRY; Jordan NELSON, AUDREY; Gadsden, AL NELSON. LANA; Flomaton, AL NESSI, MATTHEW; Enterprise, AL NETTLES, ALAN; Monroeville, AL NEWTON, KIMBERLY; Thomasville, AL NICOLUCCI, DEBBIE. Camden. AL NOEL. PETRA; Virgin Island NOUN, AMY; Orlando. FL NORSWORTHY, MARILYN; Glen wood. AL NUNEZ, PETER; Enterprise, AL OLIVER, KEITH; Troy, AL OQUINN. MONIKA; Ozark, AL OTOOLE, DANIEL; Palmerdale. AL OVERSTREET, ANGELA; Satellite Bch.FL OWEN, MARK; Jacksonville, FL OWEN, PHILIP. Woodstock, GA OWENS, HARRISON; Pensacola. FL OWENS, SHAN; Samson, AL PADGETT, MICHAEL. Eutaula. AL PAINTER. WILLIAM; Vero Bch, FL PALMER, REBECCA; Mobile, AL PANGALLO, ELAINE; Ft. Rucker, AL PARAMORE, BEN; Newton.AL PARENTI, DAVID; Ft. Lauderdale. FL PARKER, DAVID; Ramer. AL PARKER, TAMMY; Enterprise, AL PARISH, CHARLIE. Headland, AL PATTERSON, PATRICIA; Luverne, AL PAYNE. JIMMY; Skipperville, AL PEACH. CHARLES; Bonifay. FL PEARSON. DEE; Opelika. AL PEAVY. JACK; Foxbom, MA PEEL. JEFFERY; Malvern, AL PENNINGTON, ALBERTA; Troy, AL PERRY, KIMBERLY; Troy, AL PHILLIPS, CARLA; Ariton, AL PHILPOT, PAUL; Troy, AL PITTMAN, ROBIN; Ashford, AL PITTS, PATRICIA; Selma, AL PLAYER, DIMITRI; Gainsville, FL POLLARD, ANDRE; Montgomery, AL POPE. RICHARD; Panama City. FL PORRETT, DEBRA; Daleville. AL POTTER. KEVIN; Marathon, FL POWELL, BARBARA; Florala, AL POWELL, GLEN; Florala, AL mm 1 14 Juniors nPPPPra mwa? POWELL. KAREN: Bay Minette. AL POWELL. RICHARD: Luverne. AL POWELL, SHEILA. Enterprise. AL PRATHER. KERI. Dozier. AL PREGNO. DEENA: Montgomery. AL PRESSON. SCOTT: Anniston. AL PRICE. MARK. Eufaula. AL PRIDGEN. LISA. Louisville. AL PROPST. JOSEPH: Smiths. AL PUGH. SONDRA, Thomasville. AL QUATTLEBAUM. MARTIN. Ariton. AL RAINES. EUGENE. Lakeland. GA RAINEY. JO: Troy. AL RAINEY. TRICIA: Thomasville. GA RAYBON. EDNA: Union Sprgs. AL REED. ANITA. Millry. AL REESE. BRIAN: Phenix City. AL REESE. JEFFERY; Phenix City. AL REEVES. SHEILA. Headland. AL REGISTER. CONNIE. Troy. AL RHODES. MAUREEN: Avon Park. FL RICH, STARLYNN: Alexander City. AL RILEY. TERESA: Troy. AL RINALDI. JUDE: Denedin. FL RIZZO. MICHAEL: Panama City. FL ROBBINS. CARMELA: Midway. AL ROBERTS. BARRY; Leroy. AL ROBINSON. LEE. Shalimar. FL ROBINSON. SUE; Dothan. AL RODGERS. CEDRIC; Selma. AL ROGERS. CHARLES; Brundidge. AL ROGERS. PAMELA. Ft. Walton. FL ROGERS. SHARON. Zionsville. IN ROSKOS. MICHAEL. Melbourne Bch, FL ROSS. EVELYN. Orlando. FL RUMPH. GARRY; Troy, AL RUSS, DONNA; Pansey, AL RUTLEDGE, CHARLES. Miami. FL RYAN. JODY; Forks. WA SALTER. MARY; Newville. AL SAMUEL. TERRENCE; Cairo. GA SANDERS. ALAN. Andalusia. AL SANDERS. DANIEL; Jack. AL SANDUSKY. SAM; Lakeland. FL SANFORD. JOHN; Marianna. FL SASSER. JANIE; Florala. AL SASSER. KEITH; Geneva. AL SASSER, SHARI; Dothan, AL SATCHEL. FILOMENA; Dothan. AL SAVAGE. DONNA; Troy. AL SCHILLING. GARY: Howey Hills. FL SCOTT. SHIRLEY. Union Sprgs. AL SCOTT. TAMMIE; Eufaula. AL SCOTT. TERRI; Troy. AL SCOTT. TOMMIE, Troy. AL SCRUGGS. JOANN; Winter Haven. FL SEALS. JENNIFER; Temple Terrace. FL SEARS. MILLEDGE; Brewton. AL SEXTON. MATTHEW. Panama City. FL SHARP. CHRISTOPHER; Leeds, AL SHARPE, BELINDA; Phenix City, AL SHAW, WAYNE; Brundidge. AL SHIPMAN. ALAN: Troy. AL SHIRAH. LYNNE; Clio. AL SHIRLEY. EDWARD. Millbrook. AL SHORT, CHRISTOPHER; Andalusia, AL SIGERS. CAROL; Brantley. AL SIMMS. WAYWOOD: Dothan. AL SIMS. MICHAEL. Troy. AL SINGLEY. PAM. Montgomery. AL Juniors 115 SMARTT. MARK; Tucker, GA SMITH. ADOLPHUS; Columbus. GA SMITH. EVAN; Elba, AL SMITH, JENN; Troy, AL SMITH, JOHN; Vernon. AL SMITH, JULIE; Apalachicola, FL SMITH, KAREN; Pine Apple, AL SMITH, LAQUAN; Thomasville, GA SMITH. MARK; Midland City. AL SMITH, RONALD; Andalusia. AL SMITH. ROXLAND; Alma. GA SMITH, SHANNON; Atmore, AL SMITH, TOMMY; Kinston. AL SNEED. LARRY; Troy, AL SOUTHERLAND, WILLIAM; Panama City, FL SOUTHARD, ELKE; Troy. AL SPIVEY. GLENDA; Brundidge. AL SPRAGGINS. TIMOTHY; Thomaston, GA STAFFORD. GREGORY; Claxton, GA STEELE, HENRY; Jacksonville, FL STEPHENS, RAYMOND; Homasassa. FL STEWART. EUGENIA; Andalusia. AL STEWART, GREGORY; Decatur, AL STIFFLER, ELIZABETH; Magnolia Spgs.AL STINSON. SALLY; Eufaula. AL STOKES, KAREN; Andalusia, AL STOKES, RAYMOND; Chacellor, AL STONE, HENRY; Chipley, FL STREET, VIRGINIA; Fairhope, AL STRICKLAND, EDMOND; Ramer, AL STRICKLAND, JOY; Ozark, AL STRINGER, DEBBIE; Grady, AL STUTTS, STEVEN; Dothan, AL SULLIVAN, WILL; Hope Hull, AL SUTTON, KIMBERLY; Lillian, AL SWANTON, REBECCA; Phenix City, AL SWOFFORD, SANDRA. Ft. Rucker. AL TABRON, RHONDA; Daleville. AL TAMASOVICH. DIANE; Montgomery, AL TAMASOVICK, EDWARD; Midland, AL TAYLOR, CAMMIE; Brundidge, AL TAYLOR. CYNTHIA; Prattville. AL TAYLOR, MICHAEL; Panola, AL TEAL, PRISCILLA; Huntsville, AL TEAL, SUSAN; Huntsville, AL TEASE, CHRISTIAN; Florence, AL TEPPER, SOL; Selma, AL TEW, CINDY; Slocomb, AL THEIRFELDER, KAREN; Honoraville, AL THOMAS, DEBBIE; Eufaula, AL THOMAS, FREDDIE; Montgomery, AL THOMPSON. DEBORAH; Samaon. AL TISDALE. TERESA: Brantley, AL TOLOMEO, TRACEY; Pensacola, FL TORRES, JOSE; Puerto Rico TURNIPSEED, CHARLES; Briar Hill, AL TUCK, ALVIN; Alexander City. AL TURBERVILLE. DOROTHY; Goshen, AL TURDO, MIKE; Palm Beach, FL TURK, MICHAEL; Lynn Haven, FL UNDERWOOD, CARL; Dothan, AL VANCE, CARL; Troy, AL VAUGHN, ANDREW; Douglas, GA VINCENT, CAROL; Enterprise, AL VOILAND. THOMAS; Dunedin. FL WAKEFIELD, STEVEN; Florence. AL WALKER, SARAH; Headland. LA WALLACE. HENRY; Troy. AL WALTON. CAROLYN. Enterprise. AL WARD. SUSAN; Newton. AL p|flH|l £i 9 116 Juniors k Yogurt Craze It ' s hard to believe that an all-natural food that fights bacteria and relieves ten- sion and strees could taste as good as ice cream. But not only does it taste as good as ice cream, it has also taken the place of ice cream, at least at Troy State University. Frozen yogurt ' s popularity has made it a top seller at TSU and a favorite among students and staff. It is an all- natural health food that has only 37 calories per ounce, about 40% less calories than an ounce of ice cream. The Adams Center Dining Room in the Ralph Wyatt Adams University Center began providing TSU students with frozen yogurt during the Fall quarter of the 1985-86 school year. Frozen yogurt is differ- ent from the kind you buy in grocery stores because of the way in which it is made. It is frozen and served from a machine very similar to a soft-serve ice cream machine. It ' s taste is also similar to ice cream — a very rich ice cream. For those students who like regular grocery store yogurt, frozen yogurt is a special treat. For those who don ' t like regular yo- gurt one try could turn your taste buds to the yogurt craze. Article by Kim Carlton. Experience Counts When asked what is your comprehensive overview of internship from an educa- tion stand point, Scott Graves replied, " My intern- ship in Elementary Educa- tion, which I completed Win- ter quarter of 1986, was the best experience of my Troy State teacher-education program. It brought into per- pective the usefulness of the things I had been taught at TSU, the thoroughness of the Elementary Education program, and provided an intensive exposure to the one aspect of teaching which cannot be taught, only experienced — the learner. Juniors 117 WARE, ERIC. Montgomery, AL WARREN, CHARLES; Troy. AL WASDEN, ROBERT; Selma, AL WATERS, RHONDA, Bowling Green, FL WATKINS, MAX; Enterprise, AL WATKINS. THOMAS; Rome, GA WEAVER, GARY; Evergreen, AL WEBB, MYRA; Livingston, TN WEBB, NORMAN; Atlanta, GA WEBER, SUSIE; Ozark, AL WELDON, SUSAN; Deatsville, AL WELLS, BENJAMIN; Troy, AL WESTON, BERNARD; Boligee. AL WHITAKER. JEFFERY; Enterprise, AL WHITE, AUGUSTUS; Troy, AL WHITE, CECELIA; Ozark. AL WHITE, JEFF; Ozark, AL WHITE, JOHN; Montgomery, AL WHITE, KATHERINE; Troy, AL WHITING. MAE; Dothan. AL WHITMAN, KIMBERLY. Elba, AL WIGINTON. BART; Leeds, AL WIGGINS, WALTER; Andalusia, AL WILEY, BERNICE; Evergreen, AL WILKES, MELODY; Troy, AL WILLIAMS, ANGELA. Dothan, AL WILLIAMS, ANNIE; Seale, AL WILLIAMS, CHARLES; Bradford. FL WILLIAMS. DARRYL; Mobile, AL WILLIAMS, JEFFREY; Newton, AL WILLIAMS, LULA; Dothan, AL WILLIAMS, PRISCILLA; Troy, AL WILLIAMS, TIMOTHY; Ozona, FL WILLIAMS, TROY; Jacksonville, FL WILLIAMSON. JAMES; Thomson, GA WILLIAMSON, VICKIE; Pittsview, AL WILLIS, EDWARD; Sebring, FL WILSON, DOUGLAS; Chancellor, AL WILSON, GINGER; Elba, AL WISE, MACK; Luverne, AL WOELFEL, JOHN; Troy, AL WOMACK, CINDY; Highland Home, AL WOMACK, VALERIE; Ashford, AL WOODHAM, TRACEY; Midland City, AL WORLEY, GINGER; Roanoke, AL WRIGHT, GARCIA; Montgomery, AL WRIGHT. KENRIC; Mobile. AL WYNCOOP. SUSAN; Lakeland. FL YATES. HAMPTON; Troy, AL YEINGST. JODY; Ozark.AL YOUNG, MYRA; Ft. Pierce. FL YOUNGBLOOD, DEBORAH; Union Sprgs. AL YOUNGBLOOD, KELLEY; Troy, AL ZABELLA, THERESA; Sykesville, MD ZESSIN, WENDY; Andalusia. AL 118 Juniors He The Art Department Gets a New Home New letters and room numbers on class schedules, teachers wandering around a new section of the cam- pus and lost freshmen and seniors alike behind Bibb Graves Hall are just some of the ways the Wallace D. Malone Hall of Fine Arts has affected the TSU campus since its completion summer 1985. The Wallace D. Malone Hall of Fine Arts is an exam- ple of adaptive uses of older buildings which are structur- ally sound and lend them- selves to constructive reha- bilitation. The main architec- tural feature of the former structure, a U-shaped build- ing housing the university Physical Plant services, was concrete building block on a cement slab. Taking into account cur- rent programs and aca- demic funtions, faculty members of the Depart- ment of Art and Classsics worked intensively for more than two years with archi- tects Sherlock, Smith and Adams to redesign the fa- cilities to not only take care of present requirements but to provide the projected fu- ture needs of the dapart- ment as well. What resulted was a com- plete refurbishing of the U- structure with a skin of red face-brick to house the areas of drawing, painting, pottery, ceramics, sculp- ture, metal work and faculty and departmental offices. The former receiving area was converted to an Art Gallery containing approxi- mately 4000 square feet and 120 linear feet of diplay space. A new two story structure was added at the southern end of the U which enclosed the open space into a courtyard, a unique feature of the department ' s former home in Kilby Hall. The lower level houses photography, printmaking and art education class- rooms. On the upper level are general classroons vary- ing from large to seminar room in size. A unique fea- ture of the two second floor large classrooms in the pro- vision for rear screen projec- tion and viewing with total light control capability. The Wallace D. Malone Jr. Hall of Fine Arts is dedicated to Wallace D. Malone Jr., a well known Alabama busi- nessman and banker. Ma- lone is president pro tern of the Troy State University board of trustees. Juniors 119 SENIORS ADAMS, BOBBY; Bonifay, FL ADAMS. MELISSA; Enterprise. AL AMAMS, SHARON; Laurel Hill. FL ADAMS. WENDY; Andalusia. AL ADAMSON. MARJORIE; Cullman, AL ADENDORFF, LOUIS; Troy, AL AIKEN. JOHN; Faunsdale, AL AIKEN. STEPHANIE. Mobile. AL AL. AKHDAR; Troy, AL ALBERTO. EDWIN, Mobile, AL, ALLEN, DONNA; Milton, FL ALLRED, DONNA; Pinson, AL AMASON. WANDA; Millbrook AMLONG, JEFFREY; Elba, AL ANDERSON, DEBBIE; Dothan, AL ANDERSON, DENSE. Birmingham. AL ANDERSON. DONNA; Troy. AL ANDERSON. TERESA; Greenville, AL ANDERSON, WILLIAM; Troy, AL ANDRESS, KERRY; Troy. AL ANDREWS, KERI; Brantley, AL ANDREWS, WESLEY; Ozark, AL APLIN, JAMES; Andalusia, AL APPLING, CELIA; Mobile, AL ARD, STARLA; Dothan, AL ARNOD, JOE; Dothan, AL ARRANT, RODNEY; Brewton. AL ARWOOD. WILLIAM. Dothan. AL ASHCRAFT. MALINDA. Zephyrhills. FL ASHFORD. ANDREA; Glennville. GA AUSTIN, SANDRA; Troy, AL AUSTWICK, BRAD; Lakeland. FL AVERY, DAVID; Ft, Meade. FL BACON. DEBORAH. Sanford. FL BACOTE, THOMAS; East Point. GA BADLEY, JOHN; Andalusia, AL BAILEY. ZOBRIA; Opp. AL BALDWIN. DOUGLAS; Dothan. AL BALLARD. CALVIN; Ramer. AL BARNES, HAROLD; Birmingham, AL BARNES, WILLIAM; Winfield. AL BARNETT, KIMBERLY; Troy, AL BARRON. DAVY; Troy. AL BASS. TIMOTHY; Malvern. AL BASS. WILLIAM; Troy, AL BASSETT, EDWARD; Union Sprg. AL BEASLEY, LINDA; Troy, AL BECK, JENNIFER; DeFuniak Sprgs, FL BELL, JACQUELINE; Skipperville, AL BELL. SUSAN; Americus. GA BENNETT, MICKEY; Geneva, AL BENNETT, SCARLETT; Greenwood. FL BENTON. GREGORY; Dothan, AL BENTON. MARY; Opp, AL BERGQUIST. VICTORIA. Dothan. AL BERRETTO, JUDITH, Winter Haven. FL 120 Seniors BERRY. VANESSA. Stone Mtn. GA BEVERLY. GERALD. Fredrick. MD BINFORD. LORI. Troy. AL 8IRKS, JENNIFER. Seminole. AL BLAYDES. MARY. Cairo. GA BLEDSOE. KARL. Andaluisa. AL BLIZZARD. GENEVIEVE. Clearwater. FL BLOUNT. VICTORIA. Abbeville. AL BOGAN. ALVEDA. Luverne. AL BORDERS. DAWN. Ozark. AL BOND. BRENDA. Troy. AL BOONE. TRACI. Elizabethtown. KY BORIE. LEAH, Palm Bay. FL BOWMAN. KAYE. Luverne. AL BOYD. MARY. Louisville. AL BRACKNEY. BETH. Medina. OH BRADBERRY. SANDRA. Troy. AL BRADFORD. KATHLEEN. Dothan. AL BRADSHAW. LAUREL; St Petersburg. FL BRADSHAW. TAMERA. Elba. AL BAGGETT. JEFFREY: Evergreen, AL BRANNING, WILLIAM. Troy. AL BRANNON, PHILLIP, Harttord, AL BRASHER, JAMES. Montgomery, AL BRAY, DAVID. Port St. Joe. FL BREADWELL, ANGELA, Lakeland, FL BREWSTER, SHARON. Owasso. OK BRIGHTON. JUDY. Ozark, AL BROADWAY, SHERRY; Troy. AL BROOKS. SHIRLEY, Brundidge, AL BROWN. ALLISON. Montgomery. AL BROWN. JAMES; Atmore. AL BROWN. KAREN; Mobile, AL BROWNING, SHERRI; Ozark, AL BRUEBAKER, LEO; Troy, AL BRUNSON, HARLAND. Elba. AL BRUNSON, JOAN; Montgomery, AL BRUNSON, JOHN, Letohatchee, AL BRUNSON, LYNN; Luverne, AL BRYANT, DIANNA; Selma. AL BUCKNER. JOSEPH. Sanford, FL BUNDY. CYNTHIA; Troy. AL BUNDY. MARIAN. Troy. AL BULLARD. CARLA. Dothan. AL BULLIS. MICHAEL, Montgomery, AL BURDICK. TAMMI. Enterprise. AL BURKETT, ARNOLD, Miami, FL BURKETT. DAVID; Georgiana, AL BURKETT, DENNIS; Woodbridge, VA BURMAN, BRIAN; Venice. FL BUTLER. ROBERT. Opp. AL BUTTS. SANDRA. Greenville. AL CADE. FRANCES; Leeds. AL CADE. LUCAS, Troy, AL CAMERON, ESTHER; Troy. AL CANADAY. THOMAS; Troy, AL CARAWAY, CLAYTON. Clayton. AL CARNEY. SEAN; Winter Haven. FL CARR. CATHY; Luverne. AL CARR, PAMELA; Geneva, AL CARROLL, ANDREW; Americus, GA CARROLL, LINDA, Troy, AL CARROLL, TAMMY; Slocomb. AL CARTER, MONICA: Brundidge, AL CARTER, SUSAN; Birmingham. AL CASEY, SHANE; Troy. AL CAVANAGH, MICHAEL. Boynton Bch. FL CETTI, ANNE; Troy, AL CHANCEY. CYNTHIA; Dothan, AL CHANDLER, GREGORY; Goshen. AL Seniors 121 CHAPMAN. MARTHA; Titusville. FL CHAREST. TAMARA; Daleville. AL CHERRY. KIMBERLY; Ozark, AL CHILDREE. AMY; Ozark, AL CHINAKWE, CHARLES; Africa CHRISTENSEN, CARRY; Foley, AL CLARK. WILLIAM; Elba, AL CLYATT, JENNIFER; Miami, FL COLEMAN, YOLANDA; Troy, AL COLLINS, SHANNON; Dothan, AL COLLINS. TIMOTHY; Montgomery, AL COLMAR. SUSAN; Troy, AL COMBS. PAMELA; Montgomery, AL COOPER, MENDY; Columbus, GA COPELAND, HARRIET; Brewton, AL CORBETT, JYON; Orange Bch. AL CORBITT, BRYANT; Eufaula. AL CORSINO, SUSAN; Montgomery, AL COVEN, JOHN; Tavares, FL CREEL, ALISA; Montgomery, AL CRIBB, KENNETH; Avon Park, FL CRIBB, PHILLIP; Avon Park, FL CROWSON, HAROLD; Troy, AL CUELLAR, ANGELA; Foley, AL CULVERHOUSE. JIMMY; Enterprise, AL CULP, DYKES; Ozark, AL CUMLANDER, SIDNEY; Grove Hill, AL DARYOONI, PARVIZ; Montgomery, AL DAUGHTRY, WILLIAM; Troy, AL DAVENPORT, CARTER; Brundidge. AL DAVIS, FAY; Mobile, AL DAVIS, JENNIFER; Luverne, AL DAVIS, JESS; Demopolis, AL DAVIS. MARSHAE; Troy. AL DAVIS, VICKIE; Sanford, FL DE GOOT, TERESA; Auburn, AL DEHOTMAN, SANDRA; Enterprise, AL DELLNER, BONNIE; Montgomery, AL DENISON, JOSEPH; Troy, AL DENMAN, LANCE; Orlando, FL DERAMUS, ANGELA; Troy, AL DIBARI, STEVEN; Troy, AL DICESARE, FRANK; Lakeland, FL DICKEY, MICHAEL; Sylacauga. AL DICKSON, JAMES; Dothan, AL DIGULLA, LISHA; Satellite Bch, FL DIXON, JANE; Mt. Dora, FL DONALDSON, LINDA; Enterprise. AL DOTY. CHRISTOPHER; Birmingham. AL DOVE. BRIAN; Troy. AL DOWDLE, DEBORAH; Troy, AL DOYLE, LORI; Winter Park, FL DRAWDY, DIANNE; Troy, AL DRIVER, SHANNON; Dozier, AL DUBOSE, MARY; Troy, AL DUNN. ANN; Banks, AL DUNN, JUSTINE; Troy, AL DUNN, TONY; Troy. AL DURRANCE, JUSTIN; Wauchula. FL EDEKER, VANCE; Evergreen, AL EFURD, SANDRA; Ashford, AL ELDRIDGE, ROBERT; Slocomb, AL ELENZ, MICHAEL; Pensacola, FL ELLIS, CHARLES; Phenix City, AL ELLIS. EMORY; Troy, AL ELLISOR, MARY; Dothan, AL ENGLISH. SCOTT; Elba, AL ERDOESY. JOHN; Troy, AL ESTES. PAUL; Dothan. AL ETHERIDGE, CARL; Slocomb. AL ftfoffi z i IIBI fc -f £im,?»i mm 122 Seniors ETTERLEE. FARRIS. Orlando. FL EVERS. JOHN. Andalusia. AL FAIRCLOTH. MOLLY; Troy. AL FAISON. LEAH. Abbeville. AL FARBEE. SHERRI. Red Level. AL FARMER. LISA; Slocomb. AL FARMER. WENDY. Slocomb. AL FARRAR. ALLYSON. Troy. AL FAULK. CATHY; Honorville. AL FINDER. TAMMY. Elba. AL FINEDORE. RAY; Opp. AL FIRKIN. ERIC; Panama City. FL FITZPATRICK. MARILYN. Ft. Davis. AL FITZWILLIAM. SEAN. Miami. FL FLANDERS. SHIRLEY. Brundidge. AL FLANDERS. WALTER. Brundidge. AL FLOWERS. FAYE; Dothan. AL FLOWERS. MELANIE; Troy. AL FLOWERS. THOMAS. Troy. AL FOLLEY. DAVID; Ozark, AL FOLMAR. BARBARA; Troy. AL FOLTZ. JAMIE; Ft. Myers. FL FORD. CHARLTON. Enterprise. AL FORD. LAURA; Enterprise, AL FORD. LORI; Shawmut. AL FORD. RALPH; Troy. AL FORD. TAMMY; Enterprise, AL FOSTER. DEBORAH. Mobile. AL FOSTER. JERRY; Fairhope. AL FOSTER. KEN; Auburn. AL FOUNTAIN, AUBREY; Crestview, FL FRANDSEN. JANA; Daleville. AL FRADY. GREGORY; Ellijay. GA FRANKLIN. MARLA. Birmingham, AL FREE. AMY; Elba. AL FREEMAN, DEREK; Goshen. AL FROST, SYLVIA; Dothan, AL FRY, GREGORY; Winter Sprgs, FL FULLER. JERRY; Elba, AL GADDY, JEANNEAN; Thomasville, AL GAMBLE, THOMAS; Red Level, AL GARRETT, DENNIS, Sycamore, AL GARRETT. STANLEY. Talladega. AL GATLIN, RICHARD; Tupelo, MS GAUSPOHL, WILLIAM. Gult Shores. AL GAUTNEY. GARY; Greenville. AL GAVIN, TANJA; Troy. AL GAVRAS, JIMMIE; Andalusia, AL GIBSON, SUSAN; Troy, AL GIDDENS. WADE; Andalusia, AL GILBERT. SCOTT; Selma. AL GILLIS. MICHAEL. Samson, AL GIRFFIS, BARBARA; Ariton. AL GLASCO. PATRICIA; Glenwood. AL GLOVER. ALEX; Brewton. AL GOFF. PAM; Troy, AL GOLDEN. BARRY; Marietta. GA GOLDEN, LARRY; Eufaula, AL GOSS. JOSEPH; Marietta. GA GOWAN. ELIZABETH; Thomson, GA GRADIC. JERRY; Dothan. AL GRANBERRY. MICHAEL; Dothan. AL GRAVES. KENNETH. Daphne. AL GRAY, JAMES, Donalsonvile, GA GRAY. LESIA; Louisville, AL GREEN, DANIEL; Troy, AL GREEN, DARRYL; Montgomery, AL GREEN. IRIS; Birmingham. AL GREEN. KIM; Montgomery. AL GREEN. LYNN; New Brockton. AL Seniors 123 GREEN, PAMELA. Banks. AL GREEN. PATRICIA; Greenville. AL GREEN. SHARON; Troy. AL GREGORY. RACHEL; Troy. AL GRESHAM. DOUG; Ashford, AL GRICE. ROBERT; Troy. AL GRIFFITH. THOMAS; Gadsden, AL GRIMES. DAVID; Loxley, AL GULLEY, SANDRA. Tuskegee. AL GUNN. JAMES; Thomasville. AL HADAWAY, KIRBY; Fairfax, AL HALE, SUSAN; Ozark, AL HALE, VERONICA; Pensacola, FL HALEY, DAVID; Elba, AL HALEY, DONNA; Elba, AL HALL, AMY; Union Sprgs, AL HALL. SHANNON; Evergreen. AL HAMILTON. CHRISTOPHER; Largo. FL HANSON. ANTHONY. Enterprise, AL HARDIN, PAMELA; Dothan, AL HARPER, DAWN; Pensacola, FL , P.P£,t,! PROFILE Phil Brannon, a 1985 gra- duate of Troy State Universi- ty, made a dream a reality last summer during his senior year at Troy State. That dream was the opportunity to professionally record an album of sacred piano mu- sic. This undertaking was made possible by friends of Phil ' s who saw the extraordi- nary talent and potential that this 23-year old young man posessed. Phil bagan his studies in pi- ano at the age of nine and upon his arrival at TSU in 1980 became involved in numerous activities. Phil said, " playing trumpet in the Sound of the South and sit- ting under the baton of Dr. Johnny Long was the high- light of his college career. " Brannon received de- grees in music performance and public relations and is employed with Troy Bank and Trust Co. as head of the Public Relations depart- ment. He travels all across the southeast performing concerts at churches, con- ventions, banquets and weddings. 124 Seniors ' ■I |i|f|l| HARPER. LISA. Sanford. FL HARRELL. RICKY. Cottonwood. AL HARRELL. ROBERT; Rainbow City. AL HARRIS. CRAWFORD. Alma. GA HARRIS. DOREE. Patterson. GA HARRIS. THERESA. Troy. AL HARRISON. MARI. Pt St. Joe. FL HART. CHRISTOPHER. Daleville. AL HARSELLE. TIMOTHY; Rockledge. FL HARVEY, DEADRA; Stockton. AL HARAWAY. JANET; Enterprise. AL HATHAWAY. VIRGINIA. Ozark. AL HATTEN. ROMAINE; Tuskegee. AL HAYWOOD. JIMMIE; Birmingham. AL HEATON. HERMAN. Thomasville. AL HEISLER. CHARLES; Laurel Hill. FL HEISLER. LAURA; Longwood. FL HELMS. DEBORAH; Dothan. AL HELMS. JUDY; Brundidge. AL HENDERSON. JAMES; Enterprise. AL HENDRIX. GEORGE. Evergreen. AL HENLEY. CATHERINE. Troy. AL HENLEY. KEITH; Troy. AL HENN. NANCY; Troy. AL HENNIGAN. JOHN; Troy. AL HERING. DEBORAH. Geneva. AL HEROLD. WILLY; Columbus. GA HERRING. JANICE. Andalusia, AL HICKS. JAMES; Americus. GA HICKS, ROSA; Union Sprg, AL HILSON, RODRICK; Birmingham, AL HIRTLE, DEBORAH; Birmingham, AL HOBDY. LAFAYE; Brundidge, AL HOLDER, JENNY; Columbus. GA HOLK. JANET; Donalsonville, GA HOLLAND, WALTER; Juno, FL HOLLENBECK, MICHAEL; Dothan, AL HOLLINGSWORTH, SAM; Monroeville. AL HOLLINGSWORTH, THOMAS; Eufaula, AL HOLUS, ROBIN; Slocomb, AL HOLMES, DAVID; Troy. AL HOMES. LISA. Opp. AL HOLT. BARBARA; Prichard. AL HORNSBY. ROBERT. Eufaula. AL HOWARD. BILLIE; Troy. AL HOWELL, CHARLES; Camden, AL HUDSON, NEAL; Dozier, AL HUFF, BRENDA; Pensacola. FL HUGHEY, CALVIN; Marion, AL HUGHIE, JOAN; Douglasville, GA HUNT, DEBBIE; Zephyrhills, FL HUNTER, DORIS; Ft. Rucker, AL HUNTLEY, SHARON; Tuskegee, AL HURST, JOHN; Montgomery. AL HURST. KEVIN; Enterprise. AL HUTCHESON. RODNEY. Florala. AL INGALLS. KAREN; Troy. AL INGRAM. KENT; Los Angeles. CA INMAN. JEAN; Enterprise. AL IRIZARRY. MARY; Troy, AL IRONS, DANA; Troy, AL IVEY, KIMBERLY; Troy, AL IVEY, REBECCA; Clio, AL JACKSON, HORACE; Enterprise. AL JACKSON. HOPE; Starke, FL JACKSON, WILLIE. Selma. AL JACOBS.JERAL; Wetumpka. AL JARBOE. KATHLEEN. Enterprise. AL JARRELL. TONY; Bay Minette. AL JEFFCOAT, RICHARD; Troy, AL Seniors 125 JOHNS, WILLIAM; Dothan, AL JOHNSON. DENISE; Enterprise, AL JOHNSON, GERALDINE; Brantley, AL JOHNSON, MARK; Ozark. AL JOHNSON, PAUL; Flomaton, AL JOHNSON, TONY; Newton, AL JOHNSTON. CHRISTINE; Brundidge, AL JONES. CAROLYN; Troy. AL JONES, CHOONA; Montgomery. AL JONES, CLARICE. Mobile. AL JONES. DAVID; Chelsea, AL JONES, HELEN; Panama City. FL JONES, MARK; Miami, FL JONES, MARY; Troy. AL JONES, PAMELA; Monroeville, AL JONES, STACY; Montgomery, AL JONES. TYRONE; Troy. AL JORDAN, ARTHUR; Athens, AL JOWERS, PAT; Opp, AL JOYNER, BARRY; Lillian, AL KEAHEY, KIM; Troy, AL KEASLER, VICKI; Marion. AL KEATON, FERRELL; Colquitt, GA KELLER. ROGER; Ozark. AL KELLY. DEREL; Dothan, AL KELLY, JEFFREY; Enterprise. AL KELLY, JOHN; Troy, AL KELLY, RUSSELL; Troy. AL KELLEY. STARLA; Ozark. AL KELLEY. VALERIE; Florala. AL KENNEDY, MURDOCK; Troy. AL KEY. BYRON; Umatilla, FL KEY, CARNELL; Carrollton. GA KILLOUGH, ROBIN; Prattville, AL KINDRED. VINCENT. Opelika, AL KING. AUTHUR; Troy. AL KING, SONYA; Kinston. AL KINSAUL. BRETT; Andalusia, AL KINSER, APRIL; Sylacauga. AL KIRKLAND. HOSEA; Abbeville. AL KLINE. LAURIE; New Port Richey. FL LAMBERT. KENNETH; Andalusia, AL LANE, JOHN; Colquitt, GA LARSEN, CHRISTOPHER; Brandon, FL LASHLEY, GINA; Headland, AL LASTER, GLENDA, Jonesboro, GA LAVOY. SANDRA; Troy, AL LAW, JEFF; Troy, AL LAXSON, VIC; Bainbridge. GA LAYNES, MICHAEL; Milledgeville, GA LEATHERWOOD, MARILYN; Montgomery, AL LECROY. MICHAEL; Troy. AL LEDBETTER. PHYLLIS. Ozark. AL LEE. JEFFREY. Eufaula, AL LEE, LYNN; Dothan. AL LEE, SHARON; Troy, AL LEE, TERESA; Frisco. AL LESTER. JANE; Enterprise. AL LEWIS, KEITH; Elba, AL LEWIS, MICHAEL; Alexander City, AL LEWIS, WENDY; Phenix City, AL LIGON, LISA; Rockledge, FL LITTLE, CHARLES; Andalusia, AL LOCKE, MARTHA; Montgomery, AL LOCKLIER, GEORGE; Troy, AL LOFLIN, REBECCA; Troy. AL LONG, KARI; Avon Park, FL LONG. SUSAN; Troy. AL LOTT. CAROLYN; Bessemer. AL LOTT, JERRY; Troy, AL 126 Seniors LOVER. STEVE; Troy, AL LOWERY. LIZA. Harbury. AL LUMLEY. BARNEY, Valdosta, GA LUNA. PATRICIA; Opp, AL LUNDY. CHARLES. Milledgeville. GA LYONS. VICITIAS. Forsyth. GA MACARTHUR. HEATHER; Enterprise. AL MACCHIA. GENARO. Troy. AL MADISON. SUZANNE; Enterprise. AL MADDALONI. CHRIS; Eclectic. AL MALSBY. FELICIA. Ft. Rucker. AL MARSHALL, DENNIS; Panama City, FL MARTIN, ANDY; New Brockton. AL MARTIN, MELISSA; Elba, AL MARTIN, PATRICK. Lynn Haven. FL MARQUESS. SCOTT; Stone Mt.. GA MATHIS, TRACEY; Ozark. AL MAULDIN. RANDAL; Palatka. FL MAY. DEBORAH; Andalusia. AL MCCATHERN. ARVIN; Dothan. AL MCCATHERN. AUDY; Dothan. AL MCCLARY. REGINALD; Jacksonville. FL MCCLAMMA. DEBRA; Troy. AL MCCOLLOUGH. TODD; Elba, AL MCCORMICK, JAMES; Goshen, AL MCCRUDDEN, JAMES; Lakeland, FL MCCULLOUGH, CYNTHIA. Troy. AL MCDANIEL. JEFFREY. Opp, AL MCDANIEL, JENN; Montgomery, AL MCGAUGHY. MARLO; Youngstown. OH MCGRIFF, JOHN; Iron City, GA MCGURK, JEANETTE; Miami. FL MCINNIS. TERESA. Repton. AL MCLAUGHLIN. MARY; Pensacola. FL MCNAB, WILLIAM; Pinckard, AL MCQUEEN. DONNA; Monroeville. AL MCWHIRTER. SHARON; Andalusia. AL MEEKS. CHRISTINE; Lynn Haven. FL MELTON. LISETTE; Dothan. AL MERRILL. MYRA; Florala. AL MERRITT. JAMES; DeFuniak Sprg. FL MERRITT. SUSAN; Slocomb. AL MESSICK, KAREN; Foley. AL MIHOVIUCH, RICHARD; St. Augustine.FL MILLER. TAMMY; Geneva. AL MITCHELL. DOUGLAS; Atlanta. GA MITCHELL, LIONEL; Valdosta, GA MITCHELL, MARVIN. Tallasee, AL MIXSON. MARY; Troy. AL MOBBS. PAMELA; Ozark. AL MOFFATT. LORI; Mobile. AL MONEY. BOBBY; Troy. AL MOORE. ANGELA; Laurel Hill, FL MOORE, JAMES; Dunedin, FL MOORE, JANICE. Sparks. GA MOORE. PHYLLIS. Banks. AL MORENO. BEVERLY. Robertsdale. AL MORGAN. RAMONA. Cullman. AL MORGAN, RAYMOND; Troy, AL MOSS, JENNIFER; Minter, AL MOSSHOLDER. MARK, Mobile, AL MOTE, EMMETTE; Haraway. AL MULCAHY, MICHAEL; Montgomery, AL MULLEN, EUGENE; Mobile, AL MULLINS, LESLIE; Zephyrhills, FL MULLEN, KAREN; Mobile, AL MURPHY, KIMBERLY; Pine Level, AL NACHMAN. RICHARD; Cantonment. FL NALL, STEPHEN; Andalusia. AL NALL, WALTER; Tuskegee. AL Seniors 127 NAPIER. JOHN. Dothan, AL NEWBY. CHARLES. Greenville. AL NEWTON. ANDREW. Greenville. AL NEWTON. KAYOKO; Lanett. AL NEWTON. PAUL. Slocomb, AL NICHOLS. CAROLE; Union Sprg. AL NICHOLSON. DONNA; Banks, AL NIX, EDWARD; Foley, AL NORTH. CRAIG; Brentwood. TN NUNN. SHARYN; Troy. AL O BAR, PAMELA. Dothan. AL ODUM, KIM; Frisco City, AL ODOWD. JAMES; Clearwater, FL OREAR. STEPHEN; Troy, AL ORTH. WILLIAM; Havana, FL OTOOLE, MICHAEL, Palmerdale, AL PALMER. SAMUEL; St. Petersburg. FL PANTON. CATHERINE; Troy, AL PARKER, BYRON; Mobile, AL PARKER, DAVID; Andalusia, AL PARKER, RANDALL; Mobile, AL PARKER, SHELIA; Phenix City. AL PARKS. ANTHONY; Montgomery, AL PARNELL, EDWARD; Ashford, AL PARSONS, RICHARD; Troy, AL PATTEN. LYNDA; Montgomery. AL PEACOCK. CYNTHIA; Enterprise. AL PEARCE, DAVID; Opp. AL PEREZ. MICHAEL. Puerto Rico PERKINS, SUSAN; Baton Rouge, LA PETTY, ANNA; Dothan, AL PHILLIPS, JOY; Troy, AL PHILLIPS, NANCY; Troy, AL PHILLIPS, ROBERT; Montgomery. AL PHILLIPS, WILLIAM; Troy, AL PHIPPS, ALLIEA. Troy, AL PIGG. TONDJA; Millbrook. AL PILKINTON, MARCUS. Pensacola, FL PINCKARD. RONALD. Prattville. AL PIRES. RANDALL; Troy. AL PITTMAN. ANGELA; Brantley, AL PLAYER, DARRYL; Tuskegee, AL PONDS. KAREN, Ethelsville, AL PORTIS. LISTER; Mobile, AL POTTINGER. SUSAN; Winter Park. FL POTTS. RUBY; Troy. AL POWELL, BOB; Greenville, AL POWELL, DENSE; Trafford, AL POWELL. JASON; Andover, MA PRATHER, EVAN; Eufaula. AL PREWITT, JAMES; Columbus. IN PRICE, CYNTHIA; Skipperville, AL PRIDGEN. LISA; Mobile. AL PROPST, JEFFREY; Smith Station, AL PUGH. SHELREL; Troy. AL PUTNAL, PAMALA; Carrabelle. FL RATCLIFF, JOEL; Huntsville, AL RAILEY, CHARLES; Troy. AL RAINER, SANDRA; Pensacola. FL RANDALL, JOHNNY. Dothan. AL RAWLS. ROBERT; Gantt, AL RAY, MARY; Winter Haven, FL RAYFIELD. ABBY; Evergreen, AL REECE, FRANK; Troy, AL REGISTER. NANCY; Troy. AL RENDZIO. LEILA; Ft, Rucker. AL RIALS. CAROLYN; Midland City. AL RICH. SYBIL; Georgiana. AL RICHARDSON. FELECIA; Mobile. AL RIDGE. ELIZABETH; Enterprise. AL 128 Seniors RIGSBY. BRIAN; Ozark. AL RINGSDORF. JOHN. Elba. AL RIPLEY. GAIL. Zephryhills. FL ROBBINS. JAN. Tuskegee. AL ROBERSON. WILLIAM; Forkland. AL ROBERSON. SARAH; Troy. AL ROBERTSON.LORI; Gadsden. AL ROBERTSON. WILLIAM. Troy. AL ROBINSON. BENITA; Atlanta. GA ROBINSON. TOMMIE. Phenix City. AL RODRIGUEZ. PATTY; St. Cloud. FL ROGERS. CHARLOTTE. Andalusia. AL ROGERS. PAMELA. Ozark. AL ROSENDE. GWYNE; Dunnellon. FL ROWLAND. BRUCE; Headland. AL RUMPH. JOSEPHINE; Clayton. AL SALTER. MILTON. Grady. AL SANDERS. GEORGE; Aurora. CO SANDERS. JACQUELINE. Montgomery. AL SANDERS. STEPHANIE. Glenwood. AL SANDERSON. RICHARD. Selma. AL SANSOM. JOHN; Opp. AL SAOUR, PAUL; Troy. AL SASSERM BRUCE; Andalusia. AL SAUNDERS. NANCY; Troy. AL SAUNDERS. PATRICK; Slocomb, AL SCARBINSKY. KRAIG. Ozark, AL SCARBOUROUGH. LEAH; Eufaula. AL SCHAPER. JOHN; Coronado. CA SCHRAEDER. JENNIE; Slocomb. AL SCHWERER. VINCE; Ft. Pierce. FL SCOTT. JOSEPH; Troy. AL SCOTT. KAREN; Savannah. GA SCOTT. SANDRA; Panama City. FL SEALE, MARK; Georgiana, AL Troy State has 22 campuses in Europe, which many students on the main campus do not realize. Among the many campuses, the branch in Madrid, Spain was brought to the Palladium ' s attention through a transfer student to the main campus. Deborah Economides, from Madrid, transferred to Troy to finish the last 22 hours of her business major. According to Deborah, " the classes at TSU in Madrid are held in one building with approximately 20 people in each class. The student body consists of about 90% Gl ' s and 10% Spanish and American students combined. " Deborah also commented that the curriculum here at Troy is " basically the same. " However, physical educa- tion courses are not required at TSU, Madrid as they are in Troy. She added, " Every class at TSU Madrid is a three- hour credit with no exceptions; and the quarters are only eight weeks long each. " Deborah plans to return to Spain after completing her degree here. Article by Wayne Godwin and Charlie Finch. Seniors 129 SENN. PATRICIA; Brundidge. AL SENN, TAMMALA; Ariton. AL SKINNER. VERLINDA; Elba. AL SHARPNACK, ROSA: Columbus, IN SHAUL, GLENN. Huntsville. AL SHAW, JOHN; Valley, AL SHAW, SUELLEN; Eufaula, AL SHEEHAN, SUZAN; Troy, AL SHERILL, MICHAEL. Pensacola, FL SHOWALTER, SCOTT; Tavares. FL SHOWERS, DEBI; Black. AL SHRIVER, LISA; Grand Bay, A SINGLETARY, STEVE; Birmingham, AL SIRMON, BRENDA; Daphne, AL SLACK, MELISSA; Cape Coral, FL SLAUGHTER, ADRIENNE; Wahington. DC SMART, BONNIE; Waycross, GA SMELTZER, KURT; Middleburg, FL SMITH, ALBERT; Cordele, GA SMITH, BEN; Troy, AL SMITH, CARSON; Alma, GA SMITH, KAREN; Gadsden. AL SMITH. MARCUS: Eufaula. AL SMITH, MICHAEL; Atlanta, GA SMITH, ROBERT; Lake Camden, AL SMITH, ROGER; Valley. AL SMITH, TAMMY; Pensacola. FL SMITH. TERESA. Dothan. AL SMITH. VICKI.Brantley, AL SMITH, WALTER; Shelby, AL SMOLENSKI, CRAIG; Clearwater, FL SNIDER, BRITTON; Troy, AL SNIPES. DONALD; Troy, AL SNOEKSTRA, SUELLEN; Kissimmee. FL SNOWDEN, CLARENCE. Greenville, AL SNYDER, BRIAN; Goshen, AL SOLES, KAREN; Andalusia, AL SOMMER, KEVIN; Niceville. FL SPANN. JONATHAN. Troy. AL SPARKS. ANDREW; Eufaula. AL SPEAR. KEN; Piedmont. AL SPEAR. KEN; Piedmont. AL SPEARS, FELESHIA; Evergreen, AL SPENCER, SONYA; Daleville, AL SPORT. JOSEPH. Luverne. AL SPOTTEK. TOSHA; Daytona Bch, FL SQUIRES, BOBBY; Grove Hill, AL SQUIRES, CYNTHIA; Kamiah, ID STARLING, ALTON: Carrabelle, FL STARLING, TERRY; Troy, AL STARKS, MARILYN; Brundidge, AL STARKS, SONYA; Mobile, AL STEIN, SANDRA; Peoria, IL STEPHENS. CAROL; Bay Minette. AL STEPHENS, KEITH; Andalusia, AL STEPHENS, TONI; Atmore, AL STEPHENS, WENDALL, Niceville, FL STEVENSON, SUANE; Florala. AL STEWART, HARRY; Ashford. AL STEWART, JAMES; Troy, AL STEWART, TERRI, Troy, AL STILL, DORIS; Ramer, AL STILL, SHARON. Ramer, AL STINSON, ANGIE; Enterprise, AL STOUGH, FREDERICK; Andalusia, AL STOUGH, JAY; Geneva, AL STROUD. CASSANDRA. Ozark, AL STUDSTILL. SUZANNE. Andalusia, AL SUMLAR, PARY; Dothan, AL SUMMER, NANCY: Prattville, AL Wtf P, iHi£PPN 0ki m 130 Seniors EWHBP1E SUTLEY. LISA. Elba. AL SYKES, TERESA. Mathews. AL TALTON. LYDIA. Enterprise. AL TANNER, LYNN, Greenville. AL TASE. TERRY. Troy. AL TASHJIAN. ROXANNE. Troy. AL TAUNTON. MELISSA. Dadeville. AL TAYLOR. BELINDA. Opp. AL TAYLOR. JAMES; Marietta. GA TAYLOR. KRISTIN. Marietta. GA TAYLOR. RUSSELL. Luverne. AL TEDFORD. PEGGY. Montgomery. AL TEW. KAREN. Flomaton. AL THATCHER. PAUL. Groveland. IL THOMAS. GRACE. Enterprise. AL THOMAS.RUTH. Enterprise. AL THOMPSON. DONNELLE; Piedmont. AL THOMPSON. DOUGLAS; Sneads. FL THOMPSON. ELLEN; Opp. AL THOMPSON. KIBBY; Jacksonville. FL THOMPSON. LESLIE; Troy. AL THORNAL. KEITH; Maxwell AFB. AL THORNTON. CHARLIE. Tuscaloosa. AL TISDALE. DAVID; Brantley, AL TOLES. NORRIS; Grady, AL TOLUVER. GLENNA; Marianna. FL TOMBERLIN, DEBRA; Luverne, AL TRAWICK. NEAL. Ariton. AL TUCKER. JOHN. Brantley. AL TURNER. BILLY; Andalusia. AL TURNER. TERESA; Ozark. AL TUTCHTONE, DEBRA; Greenville. AL TYREE. LINDA; Troy. AL TYUS, RONALD; Marbury, AL UNDERWOOD. VICKI; Troy. AL WADDAIL. MELANIE; Elba. AL WADOWICK, MARY; Troy, AL WALKER. JEFFREY. Birmingham, AL WALKER, JAMES; Andalusia, AL WALKER, LARRY; Troy, AL WALKER, MICHELLE; Robertdale. AL WALLS, GREGORY; Destin, FL WALTERS. DEBORA. Enterprise, AL WARD, STACEY; Troy, AL WARREN, JOHN; Montgomery, AL WARREN, RONALD; Marietta. GA WATKINS. JAMIE; Birmingham, AL WATSON. ANGELA. Phenix City. AL WATSON. RANDALL. Gainesville, FL WEBER, KARL; Mobile, AL WEBER, LISA; Ozark, AL WEEKLEY. BRIAN; Laurel Hill. FL WEEKS. JOHN; Opp. AL WEEMS. LEONTYNE; Mobile. AL WELCH. TRINA; Troy. AL WESPISER. DANIEL. Troy. AL WEST. VANESSIA; Dothan. AL WHEAT. TIMOTHY; Troy. AL WHIDDON. ALLISON. Headland. AL WHITAKER. KEVIN; Panama City. FL WHITE, BARBARA. Ozark, AL WHITE, DOROTHY, Troy, AL WHITE. JOSEPH, Blakely, GA WHITE, MICHAEL; Ozark. AL WHITE. NATHAN, Troy. AL WHITFIELD, BRAD; Troy, AL WILKINS. JAMES; Jackson. AL WILLIAMS, AURA, Point Cler, AL WILLIAMS, GERALD, Phenix City, AL WILLIAMS, LORRI, Troy. AL Seniors 131 ■I WILLIAMS, PAMELA; Elba. AL WILLIAMS. ROBERT; Union Sprg, AL WILLIAMS. SHERI; Birmingham. AL WILLIAMSON. JAMES; Andalusia. AL WILLIAMSON. KIMBERLY; Honoraville. AL WILLIAMSON, MARK; Troy, AL WILLIAMSON. RHONDA; Laurel Hill. FL WILLIS. WILLIAM; Headland. AL WILLOUGHBY. DON; Ariton. AL WILSON. BECKY; Glenwood. AL WILSON. CARY; Pensacola. FL WILSON, SUE; Enterprise, AL WILSON.WENDY; Brundidge. AL WOMBLE. PATRICIA; Whigham.GA WOOD.JAMES; Georgiana. AL WOOD, WILLIAM. Georgiana. AL WOODARD. WANDA; Troy, AL WOODHAM, VICKI; Dothan, AL WOODY. COUNTEES; Springville, AL WRIGHT, ANDREA; Ozark. AL WRIGHT, DENNY; Ashford, AL WRIGHT, JAMES; Evergreen, AL WRIGHT. JOAN; Ashford. AL WRIGHT. VONECIEL; Grady. AL WYATT, JAMES; Zephyrhills, FL WYNN, DOUGLAS; Geneva, AL WILKINSON, EMILY; Clio. AL YEARWOOD, PHYLLIS; Ashford, AL PROFILE YOUNG. DEREK; Milledgeville. GA YOUNGBLOOD, WYATT; Troy. AL ZORN, SUZANNE; Florala, AL Pam Adams, a senior majoring in Broadcast Journalism and Public Re- lations, experienced a role reversal during bas- ketball season. During the 83-84 and 84-85 seasons, Pam played point guard for the Lady Trojans. At the first of 1985 school year, Coach Joyce Sorrell offered Pam a position as Assistant Coach and Recruitor for women ' s basketball. " At first it was difficult coaching because all the girls saw me as a team- mate, not as a coach. Over some time though, everything worked out, " said Pam. " It ' s funny because I see the reasons why Coach Sorrell does things the way she does, which I had trouble understand- ing when I was a player, " she said. Coaching girls who she played with last year did not present that much of a problem to Pam. However, there were times when she wished she was out on the court, struggling with her teammates. " We had prob- lems with our point guard, and I wished I was out there playing, " she said. Pam hopes to combine her coaching experience and broadcasting skills to become the first woman play by play sports an- nouncer. Article by Charlie Finch. 132 Seniors rw GRADUATES I !Pv £ ADAIR, RILEY. Goshen. AL ANDERS. HAZEL. Montgomery. AL ARMSTRONG. DEBE. Luverne. AL ARNOLD. ALICE. Glenwood. AL BAILEY. CARLTON; Troy. LA BANKER. GLEN; Troy. AL BARNES. GEORGEANN; Enterprise. AL BARR. CAROL; Banks. AL BARR. SUSAN; Troy. AL BENTLEY. JANE; Andalusia. AL BLACK, JILL; Brundidge. AL BOWDIN. KRISTOPHER; Samson, AL BRADLEY. LEE; Troy. AL BROWN. DEBBIE; Montgomery. AL BROWN. SUSAN; Montgomery.AL BROWN. TERESA; Montgomery, AL BRUNDICK. SHELIA; Troy, AL BYARS. DENA; Troy, AL CAMPBELL, JANET; Troy, AL CASBY. LOLA; Montgomery, AL CHAMBLISS. VIDA; Montgomery, AL COVEN. SHANNON; Troy, AL DAVENPORT. YOLANDA; Montgomery. AL DAVIS, MARIE; Samson, AL EASTERLING, SHEILA. Montgomery, AL ELLISON, SHERRY; Alexander City, AL GIBBS, RONALD; Florala. AL GIBSON. ELAINE; Troy. AL GODWIN. BRENDA; Montgomery. AL GRANT. ANITA; Jack. AL GREEN, THOMAS. Brundidge. AL GREER. JAMES; Luverne. AL HANGROVE. BEVERLY; Elba. AL HENDERSON. BONNIE. Montgomery. AL HERRING, KAREN; Troy, AL HICKS, SANDRA; Dublin, AL HOLMES, YOLANDA; Montgomery, AL HOLST, JUDITH; Montgomery, AL IVEY. TIMMY; Ozark. AL JACKSON. DEBORAH; Clayton. AL JACKSON. DELORES; Montgomery. AL JACKSON. SANDRA. Enterprise. AL JACOBS. VERLIE; Elba, AL JARIYATEPTAVON. VANID; Enterprise. AL JENKINS, DONALD. Slocomb. AL JOHNSTON. BETH; Troy. AL JONES, NANCY; Troy, AL KIMBLE. SELMA; Troy. AL KRUDOP. HOLLACE; Andalusia. AL LEWIS. LEE ANN; Montgomery. AL LOOK. PETER; Cape Coral. FL MARLER. MART; Elba. AL MCCLURE. KAREN; Montgomery. AL MCCULLOUGH. MICHAEL. Troy. AL MCDONALD. R G; Macon. GA Graduates 133 MCDOWELL, JAMIE. Dozier, AL MCGOWAN, SHELAGH; Troy. AL MCHARDY. GLENDA; Montgomery. AL MCVAY, VANCE; Thomasville, AL MEEKS. JOHN; Enterprise, AL MITCHELL, MICHAEL; Troy, AL NUNLEY, REE; Union Springs, AL OWENS, GEORGE; Mobile, AL PITTMAN, CATHLELEEN; Grady, AL PRESTWOOD, GAIL; Andalusia. AL RADFORD, MORA; Troy, AL RAINER, CARIUS; Germany RAINER, CATHERINE; Elba, AL RICHBURG. CYNTHIA; Troy, AL RIVERS. DARCY; St. Paul, MN ROUSSEAU, HOLLY; Mobile, AL SEABOCH, JAMES; Fairfax. AL SEARCY, GINA; Opp, AL SMITH. M C LISA; Dothan, AL SPIVEY, MIKE; Troy, AL STALEY, JOANNE; Montgomery, AL STOKES, THOMASINE; Montgomery, AL TAYLOR, SUSAN; Highland Homes, AL TRAVIS, GAYLE; Hartford, AL TURNER, BEKKI; Montgomery, AL UNDERWOOD, TAMMY; Ozark, AL VAUGHAN, BECKY; Troy, AL WEBSTER, DIXIE; Montgomery, AL WHELPLEY, RONALD; Huntsville, AL WHITSON.CHARLES; Troy. AL WILLIAMS, JOHN; Tuscaloosa, AL WOODS, JAN; Montgomery, AL YARBROUGH, MICHAEL; Midland City, AL YEAGER, MARILYN; Montgomery, AL Two Troy State stu- dents found that the op- portunities available at the WTSU-TV station were very educational as well as instrumental to their careers. Brenda Sando, a soph- omore from Enterprise is majoring in Broadcast Journalism and enjoys her position as news director for WTSU-TV. Her exper- tise at her job earned her the Hall School of Journal- ism 1985 Best Reporter Award. Sando said that she en- joys working for the tele- vision station because " TV gives you more op- potunities to show your personality. You can take what you learn in television and do many different kinds of films. " Brenda has hopes one day to do an internship for Ted Turner at CNN News. Myra Merril, a senior from Florala, majoring in Broad- cast Journalism was also bit- ten by the TV bug. Her past experience at WKWV radio in Florala enhanced her abili- ties to report the news, and she advanced to the posi- tion as news producer at WTSU. Myra also worked mornings for WRJM Radio broadcasting the news. Merril plans to pursue a ca- reer in radio and television and plans are in the works for a job in the Panama City area. Troy State has both a ra- dio and television station which are open to students interested in broadcasting careers. The experience gained at these stations has often provided students the confidence needed in their careers. Article by Debbie Middleton. 134 Graduates Celebration of Women During fall quarter, 1985-86, at Troy State University, Chancellor Ralph Adams signed a resolution designating winter quarter 1985-86, as a Celebration of Women. The purpose of the celebration was to recognize the many, various contributions that women have made to improve the quality of life. The celebration included special speakers, programs, and exhibits. It was led off by Dr. Loretta Long, better known as " Susan " on television ' s popular series " Sesame Street. " Long, a professional educator and actress, spoke on " Women and Education. " TSU was also honored by the presence of Kathryn Tucker Windham, who portrayed Julia Tutwiler in her play, " My Name is Julia. " Windham collected information and material on the life of Julia Tutwiler for ten years, and the play, " My Name is Julia, " is her tribute to " Alabama ' s most remarkable woman. " With the end of winter quarter, the Celebration of Women will come to a close. But gone is not necessarily forgotten. Left: Kathryn Tucker Windham as Julia Tutwiler in her play " My Name is Julia. " Bottom Left: Loretta Long, " Susan " of Sesame Street speaks on Women and Education. Bottom Right: Zet a Beta Phi sorority in 1929-30. Article by Kim Carlton Graduates 135 t ' I vt k 1 II ifcl 5!« ■ • • t if IB h. ■ 136 Entertainment a Zroy State of Mind I Entertainment Leslie Carroll Section Editor Leigh Golden Sally Stinson Contributing Editors Greg Benton Cara English Wiley LaVelle Ed Moseley Donald Norsworthy Dan Smith Photographers Behind the Scenes 142 Heart 146 Of Mice and Men 148 The New Moon 150 Night Ranger 154 Master Herold 158 Entertainment 137 B E H I N line New 44ccr In presenting a stage pro- duction, the amount of work that is involved surprises many people. Those who are not familiar with a dra- ma production may be baf- fled by the way everything seems to fall together at the last minute. In spite of last minute changes and cor- rections, the TSU Drama Music Department continu- ously presents a professional performance. After the director has se- lected the show, which is the first step in a long line of events, the costume and scene designers, lighting and sound technicians, cho- rus mistress and orchestra di- rector, and the choreo- 138 Behind the Scenes BEHIND SCENES grapher (if the show is a musical) meet together to discuss plans for the show. Then, each designer goes his own way and, after sev- eral weeks of dilligent work, will meet again as the shows comes together, bit by bit. While the actors are in re- hersal, sometimes on stage and sometimes in the class- room, work behind the stage is huming to the tune of hammers and saws and to the whisper of paint brushes. All of these efforts blend together to create the visual mood and setting of time and place. Others busy at work in- clude the choreographer who carefully counts beats and steps to taped music and sees that dancers stay in time and flow with the music. The costumer sketches designs of each costume and measures the actors. Fabrics and colors are se- lected to match the time and place the play is de- picting. Color schemes are many times crucial in pre- senting an eye-appealing picture as the curtain rises on each scene. The costum- er and several assistants work to insure that each costume well represents the character and his personal- ity. Behind the Scenes 139 BEHIND THE SCENES Opposite Page: Left: Claire Taylor, costume designer, carefully pre- pares a garmet to be worn by one of the actors in The New Moon. Top Right: Dale Lumley and Eliza- beth Fowler practice dance steps. Bottom Right: Tresa Hardin and Pam Love wear the finished product of many hours of work by the sewers. This Page: Top: Kathy King pins and cuts a costume. Bottom Right: Cast members add final touches during dress rehersal. Bottom Left: Stitching costumes on the sewing machine is Carol La- Manque. The lighting and sound de- signer create magical moods on stage. Sunrises, rain storms, romantic moon and stary nights are just a few of the settings these technicians can create. The audience, through sound and light, can artifically be carried to exotic or roman- tic places. Shortly before the first dress rehearsal, all involved become nervous: Will the show face certain doom and never " fly " ? Feelings of apprehension are relieved as pieces begin to fall to- gether. Everyone ' s nerves begin to be tested and the adrenaline begins to flow, giving life to the upcoming performance. On opening night actors, stage crew, directors, and costumers feel the excite- ment as Smith Hall, or some- times Kilby Hall, fills with an expectant crowd. 140 Behind the Scenes MJD BEHIND THE SCENES After the production, the stage must be " struck, " or taken down, costumes must be packed away, props and furnitures stored, scores and scripts must be ac- counted for and filed. The lighting gels are striped away, and the stage again is swept bare and lies wait- ing for the next production. Then comes cast party time. All the actors, techni- cians, designers, conduc- tors, directors and friends get together to relax and rehash each moment of the show. And, even with all the work done, late hours spent, problems and sometimes di- sasters, and pledges of, " I ' ll never do this again, " thoughts of the next show surface and the whole pro- cess begins again. article by Jacqueline Smith and Claire Taylor Behind the Scenes 141 Lewis Grizzard is often called " a true po ssessor of humor " and is responsible for making thousands of Ameri- cans chuckle over his na- tionally acclaimed columns and books. Moreover, cour- tesy of the Lyceum Series, Mr. Grizzard carried his witty remarks and bawdy tales to Troy State University where he made his audience want to " roll on the floor laugh- ing. " Grizzard tickled his Troy fans with stories about his three former wives, whom he candidly referred to as the " plaintiffs " and his more recent trip to Russia. Griz- zard complained there was nothing to occupy his mind or pocketbook in the U.S.S.R.; " They don ' t even have souvenirs. " A journal- ism major from the University of Georgia, Grizzard also delighted the audience with tales of " them Georgia Dawgs. " Grizzard ' s success story is one worth hearing, as very few achieve the fame and fortune he has through newspaper journalism. And yet, he continues to type his columns on a 1959 manual typewriter. Computers are out of the question. Currently a special assign- ment editor for The Atlanta Constitution, Grizzard has written for such publications as The Chicago Sun Times, The Atlanta Journal, and Sports Illustrated. He is fam- ous for immortalizing people from his life, as is seen his award-winning book Kathy Sue louder milk, I Love You, a comical story about his first love. One of his more re- cent and best known books is Shoot Low, Boys, They ' re Ridin ' Shetland Ponies. 142 Lewis Grizzard Lewis Grizzard 143 Jay Presson Allen ' s The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Sister Delena Jamie Watkins Mr. Perry Wayne Simpkins Jean Brodie Amanda Ober Leddy Floyd John Hurst Gordon Loourther Joe Prospt Miss Mockey Marion Bun dy Sandy Elizabeth Fowler Monica Lynn Balducci Mary MacGrego Muffy Edelberg During Spring quarter, the TSU De- partment of Speech and Drama put on the final studio theatre production of " The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, " a Jay Presson Allen drama as adapted by Murial Spark. The play was the final production to be presented in Kilby Hall and was directed by Dr. Judy Lewis. The story, a drama done in retro- spect, took place during the 1930 ' s at a strict, private, all-girls ' school in Edin- brugh, Scotland. The play was about an eccentric school teacher, Jean Brodie, and her influence over a group of young girls. Miss Brodie was a liberat- ed woman in her " prime. " She tried to mold her students in her own image. School officials tried to fire Brodie again and again because of her radi- cal beliefs, but she always managed to stand up for herself and keep her job. Throughout the play, one of Miss Bro- die ' s prize pupils grew bitter toward her eccentric idealism and eventually snitched about Miss Brodie ' s affair with another teacher, Mr. Floyd, a man with whom she was also having a fling. The climax came when Miss Brodie lost her teaching position and agonized as she realized she was no longer in her " prime. " 144 Miss Jean Brodie Miss Jean Brodie 145 S P Heart, an older, rocking band of the 70 ' s ' ook-on Troy State ' s audience with a punky flare and with a feminine touch un- :ommon to rock-n-roll. Delighting long-time ans with favorites like " Magic Man " and ' Barracuda. " the Heart sisters, Ann and vlancy Wilson, along with their three-man )and, left no doubt that time had not taken ts toll. They charmed newer fans with more ecent releases such as " What About .ove, " " These Dreams " , and " Never. " Opening for Heart in the Montgomery Civic :enter on October 30, 1985 was the new vave band Mister Mister who ' s most recent jnd well-known hit was " Broken Wings " . J Heart 147 Of Mice and Men Cast of Characters George Tom Whitehead Lennie Joe Propst Candy Russ Kimbrell The Boss Taylor Caffey Curley Michael Walden Wife Tami McCray Slim Scott Allen Carlson James Head Whit Wayne Simpkins Crooks Alex Johnson Of Mice and Men, a drama created by the re- nowned John Stienbeck, is composed of characters who are compassionately real with a touch of ten- derness and longing not always associatead with the typical primitive farmhand. The drama ' s two main characters, Lennie and George, are a mix- matched set of migratory laborers whose only link to one another is the mutual dream of owning their own land and settling down to a peaceful, stable life. Lennie, a giant-like man with the heart of a little boy, is contented to idle the day away listening to tales of life on their future farm. He is not mindful of their actions which usually lead him and his compan- ion, George, into trouble. George, being good-na- tured and intelligent, takes it upon himself to look after Lennie and keep him out of trouble whenever possible. As the drama continues, Lennie just could not seem to stay out of hot water, ultimately bring- ing the drama to its tragic end. This T.S.U. produc- tion was directed by Dr. Da vid Dye, Chairman of the Department of Speech and Drama. 148 Mice and Men Opposite Page: Curley (Michael Walden) and the farmhand try to figure what happened to his wife and the best way to find Lennie and George. Cen- ter: The climatic scene where Lennie (Joe Propst) accidently strangles Curley ' s wife (Tami McCray) while trying to feel of her soft hair. This Page: Lennie (Joe Propst), George (Tom Whitehead), and Candy (Russ Kimbrell) make plans for their purchase of farmland. Mice and Men 149 Troy State University Spring Opera Workshop 150 The New Moon Books and Lyrics by Frank Mandel Oscar Hammerstien Music by Sigmund Romberg Dr. Phil Kelley Director Dr. William R. Denison Conductor CAST OF CHARACTERS ]ULIE. Marianne ' s Maid Tresa Hardin MONSIEUR BEAUNOIR. A Ship Owner of New Orleans Dr. Nolan Hatcher CAPTAIN GEORGES DUVAL. Commander of The New Moon Ed Hicks VICOMTE RIBAUD Tom Smiley ROBERT, A Bondservant of Beaunoir ' s Mike Spivey ALEXANDER. Another Bondservant Taylor Caffey BESACE. Boatswain of The New Moon |ohn Horton JACQUES. A Ship ' s Carpenter Clifford E. Allred MARIANNE. Beaunoir ' s Daughter Pam Love PHILLIPPE. A Friend of Robert Robby Davis DOORMAN OF THE TAVERN John Hurst ROSITA. THE FLOWER GIRL Tosha Spottek ]UAN RIC ARDO. THE SPANIARD |ohn Richard PHILIPPE ' S VISION Daun Long CLOTILDE LOMBASTE. Of The Bride Ship Dotty ]o Brown FOUCHETTE Mark Reynolds CAPTAIN DE|EAN Glenn LaMarque BRUNET Dana Lumley PROPRIETOR OF THE TAVERN Darren Driggers FRANCOIS, THE BUTLER Demetrius Watkins EMILE Michael |ones MONCLAIRE. A Courtier Ed Shirley CLAUDINE. THE SEAMSTRESS Kathy King MIMI Shannon Mixon GIGI Tabitha Thomas FIFI Elizabeth Fowler DELAMERE |ohn Hurst The New Moon 151 Crimes of the Heart By Beth Henley " Crimes of the Heart " by Beth Hen- ley, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the Drama Critics Award in 1981 is a fun- house of accelerating, rollicking misfor- tune: a family drama combining love, incident and Southern Gothic humor. Set in Hazlehurst, Mississippi, " five years after Hurricane Camille, " the story un- folds displaying a reunion of the three MaGrath sisters. They have come to- gether because the youngest of them, Babe Botrelle, has just shot her big-wig husband in the stomach because, she says, " I didn ' t like his stinking looks. " Her oldest sister, Lenny, is celebrating her thirthieth birthday and is slightly pa- thetic being a martyr to her " shrunk- en ovary " and being without ro- mantic prospects. And Meg, the headstrong, rueful middle sibling, has come home after failing at a Hollywood singing career. Hovering over them all is the spirit of the dead mother, who hung herself in the basement and who, for a dash of drama, strung up her cat as well; all because " she had a bad day. " The T.S.U. production was directed by Dr. Judith Lewis, Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama. 9, 1 iffl n 1 yM Wl Eg ABOVE: Babe (Starla Kelley) and Meg (Pam Love) relate stories about their sister ' s ro- mantic endeavors. RIGHT: The three Magrath sis- ter ' s solemnly reflect their mother ' s tragic suicide. 152 Crimes Of The Heart Lenny MaGrath Tammy Wood Chick Boyle Kathy King Doc Porter Bob Horton Meg MaGrath Pam Love Babe Botrelle Starla Kelley Bamette Lloyd Tom Whitehead Top Left: Babe (Starla Kel- ley) and Barnette Lloyd (Tom Whitehead) discuss the outcomes of her con- troversial case. Top Right: Old sweethearts. Meg and Doc, (Pam Love and Bob Horton) meet again after a heart-breaking ro- mance and separation. Bottom: Lenny (Tammy Wood) loses her cool with her know-it-all relative. Chick Boyle, (Kathy King). Crimes Of The Heart 153 NIGHT RANGER On their recent " Seven Wishes " tour, the ail-Ameri- can rock band, Night Rang- er, performed their reper- toire of hits. These included the ever popular " Rock in America " and older favor- ites, " Sister Christian " and " Sentimental Street. " With their enthusiastic and patri- otic style, this four-man band grasped the crowd ' s attention and made the February 27th concert a night to remember. Night Ranger played a one-hour set, followed by two dynamic encores. The group finally left the stage, with the fans screaming for more, singing their recent smash hit " Goodbye. " Their performance was preceed- ed by Joe Lyn Turner, who got the crowd rocking in preparation for Night Rang- er. The winter quarter con- cert provided a good time and good music for Troy State ' s students and other area Night Ranger fans. « 31. Y W A 1 1 I _ 1 1 jj» IJ V Night Ranger 155 156 American College Theatre Festival The American College Theatre Festival Under the inspiration and direction of Irene Ryan, the American College The- atre Festival began some 18 years ago. From March 31 through April 12, 1986, the John F. Kennedy Center of Performing Arts hosted the eighteenth annual Festival at which collegiate dramatic productions from six different universities were performed. Troy State University had the high honor of being chosen from among 587 productions to perform at the Ken- nedy Center. The play, under the di- rection of Dr. David Dye, was " Master Harold and the Boys. " A highlight for TSU ' s drama department and for other cast members was the return of Andy Alsup, a Troy State alumnus, who as- sumed the role of Hally. Along with the cast and crew of Master Harold, several Troy State dra- ma students traveled to Washington, D.C. for the presentation. They were proud and honored to see their fellow colleague, Eric Ware, place first run- ner-up out of hundreds of nominees throughout the nation for the Irene Ryan Award. American College Theatre Festival 157 Master Harold and the Boys Cast of Characters Hally Sam Willie Andy Alsup Eric Ware Alex Johnson The drama opens in Port- Elizabeth, South Africa in 1950 with Master Harold, or Hally as he is better known, returning from school. Greeting his life-long friends and " second family, " Willie and Sam, Hally immediately falls into recollections of the common memories they have shared. While he de- scribes his lessons and life at school, they tell him of the daily happenings at his fam- ily-owned tea room. Life procedes as usual until Hally learns that his crippled, al- coholic father will soon be released from the hospital and will return home to dis- rupt the pleasant life he has been enjoying. With out- rage at his mother for not preventing his father ' s re- lease and with frustration about his inability to control the situation, Hally explodes, taking his anger out on Willie and Sam. At the play ' s an- guishing climax, we see each characters emotional strain as the realities of place and time truly control their lives. 158 Master Harold and the Bovs V- Ml ' « 1 160 Organizations -i_ a Zroy State of M ' wd Organizations Lorl Featheringill Margaret Rhodes Dana Thlerfelder Section Editors Greg Benton Cara English Ed Moseley Donald JJorsworthy Photographers Student Government 162 Honor Societies 170 Professional Societies 180 Service Societies 187 University Service 207 Religious Societies 214 Organizations 161 Student Government Ned Starling SGA President The Student Government As- sociation ' s main goal was to in- crease student participation within the organization. As fall quarter began, the number of students running for elections in- creased dramatically com- pared with past years and voter turnout almost doubled. Several non-elected positions helped highten student participation and increase the size of the SGA. One of the major goals of President Starling and officers set out to tackle was the park- ing problem on campus. After receiving suggestions from stu- dents and senators, the SGA put into motion the paving of the lot adjacent to WTBF, a necessary and successful project for the Student Government. Other goals included a Community Re- lations Committee, the accep- tance of credit cards at the Bookstore, a Teacher ' s file at the library and a revised check- cashing policy. A record number turned out for the annual Home- coming Skit Nite where the SGA gave away almost one thou- sand dollars in prizes and gift certificates. Even more support was shown when the 1985 Homecoming Queen was crowned. With many new ideas and the assertiveness to go along with them, the SGA was able to serve the student body in an ef- ficient and beneficial manner. Top. SGA President-Neal Starling. Bottom: The lighter side of SGA as ] demonstrated by Neal Starling, Wayne Bassett, and Diane Marshall. 162 Student Government Bottom Right: Committee Chair- men: Row One: Jane Dixon. Kevan Kelly. Shannon Collins, and Michael James. Row Two: Randy Mauldin. Dale Lunn. and Terrence Samuel. Student Government 163 Student Government gi t Myra Webb Vice President Senate: Row One: Kim Desmond, Tony Jonovitch. and Judy Berretto Jane Dixon, Vickie Hendrix, and Row Three: George Curtis, Shan- Ginger Piazza. Row Two: Wanda non Collins, Gary Mock, Randy Young, Greg Lunsford, Andy Martin, Mauldin, Jeff Raupp, Keith Morgan, Terrence Samuel, Jeter Brock, Sean and Dan Morrison. Peters, 164 Student Government Kenton Odums Clerk Diane Marshall Secretary Senate: Row One: Delanna Rich, Kim Miller, and Gretchen Crim. Row Deborah Drake, Cindy Brown, and Three: Eric Finch, Kevan Kelly, Dale Tammy Hagadorn. Row Two: Julie Lunn, Russ Campbell, Michael Saunders, Ralph Pritchard, Andrew James, David Baldwin, and Paul Henderson, Robert Fletcher, Saour. Student Government 165 Men ' s Residence The Residence Hall Pro- gram at Troy State Universi- ty plays an important roll in the lives of the on-campus residents. The members of the residence hall staff work to create a home-like at- mosphere in the dormitories, while at the same time maintaining a sense of or- der. Under the direction of Her- bert Reeves, Coordinator of Men ' s Residence, students are selected for the posi- tions of student directors, proctors, and assistant di- rectors. Selection for staff positions is based on an ap- plication and interview pro- cess. Men interested are ex- pected to maintain an ap- propriate grade point aver- age and to promote the University and its functions. Herbert Reeves Coordinator of Men ' s Residence Assistant Directors: ROW ONE: Lee Sexton, Brock Davis, Steve Dabbs, Doug Thompson, Mike O ' Toole, and Ted Leichner. ROW TWO: Derek Young, Dale Owen, Mike Lee, Steve Singletary, Stacy Mitchell. Tim Barnes, Todd Gatlin.and Thomas Bacote. 166 Men ' s Residence Student Directors: TOP TO BOT- TOM: Todd Gatlin (Alumni), Thomas Becote (Clements), Derek Young (Dill), Ted Leichner and Brock Davis (Asst. S.D. ' s at Alumni). Proctors: ROW ONE: Reginald Ben- son, Greg Hall, and Michael James. ROW TWO: David Cauthen, Greg Doctson, Ken Hamilton, and David Grimes. Proctors: ROW ONE: Albert Smith, Tom Whitehead, and Paul Mat- thews. ROW TWO: Buck Hanson, Bernard Grant, Ralph Pritchard, Drew Carroll, and Paul Coleman. Men ' s Residence 167 Women ' s Residence Laurianne Folmar Coordinator of Women ' s Residence Tosha Spottek Student Director Clements Hall Malinda Ashcraft Student Director Cowart Hall The Women ' s Residence staff is composed of a group of responsible and mature female students who work together to create a home- like atmosphere for on-cam- pus residents. Under the direction of Laurianne Folmar, coordina- tor of Women ' s Residence, the work of the Women ' s Residence staff is a real as- set to on -campus living. Assistant Directors: ROW ONE: Kim Diane Marshall. Gloria Lynch, Min McCall, Deborah Thompson, Sonya Carpenter, Becky Feria, Edna Ray Jennings, Kim Kellum. ROW TWO: bon, Sherri Musgrove. 168 Women ' s Residence I Assistant Directors: ROW ONE: Jen- een Jones, Sonya King, Brenda Sir- niter Bevis, Jennifer Moss, Sandy mon, Christine Meeks, Laurie Kline, Stein, Theresa Zabela, Vicky Lind, and Kristin Taylor, and Suzie Weber. ROW TWO: Den- Wendy Lewis Student Director Gardner Hall Tracey Woodham Student Director Hamil Hall Lori Binford Student Director Pace Hall Jamie Watkins Student Director Shackelford Hall Women ' s Residence 169 Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Lambda Delta is a national society which hon- ors high scholastic achieve- ment during the first year of college. The purpose of the organization as stated in the constitution is to encourage superior scholastic achieve- ment among students in their first year in institutions of higher education, to con- tinue a high standard of learning, and to assist men and women in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their roles in soci- ety. Alpha Lambda Delta meets monthly and one of its main projects is working with the Administration on the Honors Convocation Program. Alpha Lambda Delta is also the only organization to sponsor the Outstanding Freshman Award for Honors Day. Selection is based on leadership abilities, activites, character, and academic standing. Top Right: Jill Kirkpatrick awards Liza Lowery a fifty dollar book scholar- ship. Center: Officers: Row One: Angela Coleman, secretary; Jill Kirk- patrick, president; and Cathy Ludd, historian. Row Two: Leslie Carroll, senior advisor; Kitty Blankenship, treasurer; Michelangelo James, news editor; Laurianne Folmar, fac- ulty advisor; and Mrs. DeeDee Gray, advisor. Above: Row One: Cathy Rudd, An- gela Reisch, Marianne Mathieu, Jennifer Lozzi, Jennifer Hill, Meriann Mincey, Rhonda Hayes, Karla Miller, Charae Spears, Tangie Scott, and Elizabeth Yost. Row Two: Angela Coleman, Deidre Wilson, Tammy Wood, Rhonda Senn, Wendy Wofford, Tammy Schofield, Valerie Ohman, Kendra Phillips, Jennifer Birks, and Barbara Nelson. Row Three: Jill Kirkpatrick, Michel- angelo James, Leslie Carroll, Derek Young, Phillip Weaver, Eric Ste- phens, Ricky Padgett, Steve Parrish, Paul Stephenson, and Scott Reaves. 170 Alpha Lambda Delta Omicron Delta Kappa Omicron Delta Kappa, a national leadership society, recognizes meritorious at- tainments in all-around lead- ership with a strong secon- dary membership require- ment ot scholarship. The so- ciety recognizes outstand- ing students, faculty and administration based on achievements in all areas of leadership at Honors Day held in Sorrell Chapel. ODK officers are: Brock Davis, vice president elect; Derek Young, vice president. Tosha Spottek. presi- dent; and Jim Wyatt, president elect. Omicron Delta Kappa memPers are Mary Blaydes, Leslie Carroll, Ann Johnson, Tami McCray, Lori Binford, Angie Overstreet, Tosha Spottek, Dr Joseph Mitchell, Suellen Snoek- stra, Jim Wyatt, Sharyn Nunn, Brock Davis, Judy Barretto, Dr. Judy Lewis, Dr. Jan Elrod, Dr. Manual Johnson, Chacellor Ralph Adams, RoPPie Da- vis, Cliff Allred, Annette Jones, Mrs. Helen Leverette. Mr. Don GiPson, Dr. Rhae Swisher, Derek Young, Ron Pierce, Lucas Cade, Bert Kelly, Ms. Jean Mary, Brian Weekly, Ms. Jac- queline Smith, Charlie Finch, Mrs. Carolyn GiPson, and Mr. Leroy Wal- ton. Omicron Delta Kappa 171 Gamma Beta Phi 172 Gamma Beta Phi Top: President Keith Henley wel- comes a new initiate to Gamma Beta Phi. Center: These girls really have the Gamma Beta Phi spirit. Bottom: Angie Williams cooks for the ISCO Gamma Beta Phi picnic. i Gamma Beta Phi members prepare the food for their fall quarter picnic. The Gamma Beta Phi So- ciety is an honor and service organization tor students in colleges and universities throughout the United States. It is a non-secret, non-profit, and co-educa- tional organization; and membership therein does not exclude a student from membership in any other or- ganization. The objectives of the Gamma Beta Phi Society are to recognize and encor- age excellence in educa- tion through appropriate service projects. Some of the activities sponsored this past year were the " Coke Break " for registering stu- dents, the " Great American Picnic " for the international students at Troy State, a canned food drive for the needy at Thanksgiving, and an apple give-away to teachers on Teacher ' s Ap- preciation Day. Gamma Beta Phi 173 Phi Kappa Phi Organized at the Universi- ty of Maine in 1897 as a local honor society, Phi Kappa Phi became a national society in 1900, the first honor so- ceity to recognize superior scholarship in all fields of study. The purposes of Phi Kappa Phi are to recognize, pro- mote and honor scholarship and character; to honor stu- dents from all departments of American universties and colleges; and to bring to- gether individuals of varied interests and professionals. The motto of the society summarizes its goal: " Let the love of learning rule man- kind. " The Troy State University chapter was approved on August 18, 1971, becoming the second institution in Ala- bama to win affiliation with Phi Kappa Phi. Election to membership in Phi Kappa Phi is the highest academic honor at TSU. Generally, initiates come from outstanding seniors who have a grade point average of at least 2.6. Ju- niors who are elected must have a minimum of 2.7, and graduate students are re- quired to have at least a 2.8. Top: Frankie Muller checks Charles Ellis ' name on the role. Middle Left: Executive committee in an informal conference. Middle Right: The 1985-86 Phi Kappa Phi officers: Dr. Wayne Curtis, secretary treasurer; Dr. Anna Smith, president elect; Dr. David Dye, president; Mary Irizany, student initiate; Dr. Curtis Porter, se- cretary treasurer; Julia Dillard, re- cording secretary; and Frankie Mull- er, publicity. Bottom: Row One: Starla Kelley, Chari Meacham, Charles Ellis, Charleen Heisler, and Ann Hubbard Johnson. Row Two: Frankie Muller, Michael Hays, Alisa Creel, Donna Willoghby, Annette Jones, Pam Jones, Doree Harris, and Dr. Anna Smith. Row Three: Dr. Manual Johnson, Denise Johnson. Brenda Keeton, Barbara Everett, Jonathan Spann, Robby Davis, Derek Young, John Shaw, and Dr. E. Barnett. 174 Phi Kappa Phi Phi Eta Sigma Phi Eta Sigma is a national freshman honor society that recognizes students who have attained an overall grade point average of 3.5 during their first two quarters in college. With over 200 chapters nationwide, Phi Eta Sigma promotes campus scholarship Py providing " Hints on How to Study " Pooklets to all incoming stu- dents during their Pre Col- lege Orientation. Members entering graduate or pro- fessional school may qualify for cash scholarships during their senior year. The annual induction ceremony for new members was held May 15, 1986, in Sorrell Chapel. Thirty-one members were inducted and later recognized at the Honors Convocation on campus. Bottom Left: Row One: Meriann Mincey. Deidre Wilson. Janet Jones, Rhonda Hayes, Margie Bonn, Kelly Laroche, and Sherry Harris. Row Two: Yvonne Jinright, Laklura Lever- ette, Casaundra, Junius. Harriet Dil- lard. Donna Ivy, Shellie Reynolds, Denise White, and Philip Burch. Row Three: Valerie Ohman, Amy Mea- cham, Angela Reisch, Kevin Green, Phillip Weaver, Greg Bryant, Ian Hunt, and Merianne Mathieu. Row Four: Bart Hendricks, Jeff Preston, Mark Leavins, Ricky Padgett, Peter Louis, and Mark Alessandron. Phi Eta Sigma 175 Mortar Board Mortar Board was orga- nized at Troy State Universi- ty in 1966 as the Spires Honor Society. In December 1978, the Spires Honor Society was granted Mortar Board affili- ation. New members are se- lected on the basis of schol- arship, leadership, and ser- vice. Candidates must be at least in their junior year and must have attained a mini- mum GPA of a 2.2. on a 3.0 scale. Top: Brock Davis received his mem- bership with pride. Middle: President Liza Lowery speaks to the initiates. Bottom Left: Mr. James O ' Neal, honorary member, signed the membership book. Bottom Right: Members: Row One: Brock Davis, Paul Matthews, Tami McCray, Vir- ginia Street, and Nancy Polish. Row Two: Kim Merrill, Sheila Lashley, Re- becca Swanton, Chari Meachim, Carlene Garner, and Jason Jones. Row Three: Tim Spraggins, Arl Johnson, Cliff Allred, Keith Morgcl and Christina Langley. Row Foil Charlie Finch, Andy Fugua, Robe] Davis, and Mitch Appley. Row Flv] Robert Vaughn, David Conol James O ' Neal, Monika O ' Quirl Carl Underwood, Jeff May, and l] Swisher. 176 Mortar Board Left Officers: Row One: Diane Ste- phens, Director of Communica- tions; Martha Mixson, Treasurer; and Annette Jones, Vice President. Row Two: Gwyn Roseend, Director of Special Projects; Liza Lowery, Presi- dent; Derek Young, Secretary; and Doug McGriff, Historian. Left: Mortar Board President, Liza Lowery presents Dr. Anna Smith with the chapter citation for Peing recognized as an outstanding fac- ulty memPer while Dr. Adams and Derek Young look on. Above: Row One: Diane Stephens, l Vendy Adams, Melissa Adams, [ Jane Lester, Gwyn Rosende, Teresa Smith. Cynthia Squires, Martha Mix- on. Alisa Creel, and Charleen Heisler. Row Two: Helen Leverette, Jan Elrod, Dr. Swisher, Clark Harrell, Thomas Bacote, Doug Thompson, Johnathan Spann, James O ' Dowd, Mary Blaydes, Liza Lowery, Helen Jones, DePPie Hunt, Daniel Green, Derek Young, Carolyn GiPson, and Dr. Adams. Mortar Board 177 Phi Alpha Theta The lota Mu chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, an internation- al honorary society in histo- ry, promotes historical stuay for stuaents and faculty members. Phi Alpha Theta ' s activities for the 1985-86 year have incluaea three initiation din- ners heia at members houses ana the annual re- gional convention which was heia in Huntsville, Ala- bama. Their funa raiser was a raffle of dinners in various restaurants. Several speak- ers were featured at the meetings, including Virginia Durr. Top: Phi Alpha Theta members held their spring initiation dinner at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Bowling. Bottom: Members: Row One: Jo- seph Mitchell, Curtis Porter, Robert Knott, Mary Ellen Bowling, Lisa Ann Cameron, Harriet Hogue, Norma Mitchell, Linda Keeton, and Christi- na Price. Row Two: Milton McPher- son, Justin Durrance, Patrick Saunders, Charles Watson, Mat- thew Campbell, Gradly Post, Rob- ert Pullen, John Bowling, Karen Mul- L len, and Earl J. Smith. 178 Phi Alpha Theta Kappa Delta Pi As stated in the Constitu- tion and By-Laws Revision of 1978, the purpose of Kappa Delta Pi shall be to recognize outstanding contributions to education. To this end, Kappa Delta Pi shall invite to membership such persons who exhibit commendable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarship, without regard to race, color, reli- gion, and sex. Kappa Delta Pi shall endeavor to maintain a high degree of profession- al growth by honoring achievement in educational work. Only juniors, seniors, and graduate students in the upper one-fifth of the college academic rating are invited to membership. The 1985-86 Theme was " Continuing the Quest for Excellence in Education. " Some of the program topics were: " Continuing the Quest for Excellence in Edu- cation Through Multicutural Education, " " A Look at Kappa Delta Pi, " " Continu- ing the Quest for Excellence in Education Through Teach- er In-Service, " " A Film Pre- sentation of the Second An- nual Kappa Delta Pi and School of Education ' s Chil- dren ' s Festival. " Above: Initiates — Spring 1986 Row One; Denise Johnson, Doris Hunter, Shirley Brooks, Billie Harrel- don, Deborah Walters, Sandra De- Hotman, Patricia Duke, Joan New- man, and Anita Davis. Not Shown: Melisa Joy Buie, Carla Ann Chambers, Charles Michael El- lis. Sarah Menta Fletcher, Thomas Flowers, Jimmie Gravrasjr., Scott E. Graves, Tina M. Stanford, Sharon E. Green, Donald A. Jensen. Alica Carol Jones, Phyllis ' R, Ledbetter. Lorie Ann Nuagent, Mary-Louise Iri- zarry, Leila Rendzio. and Brenda Scott. Top Left: Initiates-Fall 1985: Row One: Sue Barkett Switzer, Barbara Ellen White, Deborah Jane Youngb- lood, Rebecca Brannun Wicks, Lynn O. Cook, Genevieve Louise Bliz- zard, and Sherry Walker. Row Two; Ann Sims, Calvin Hughy, Pamela Johnson, Vicki Benton, Robert Lew- is. William Dennis Crim, and Shannon Dee Driver. Middle Left: Kappa Del- ta Pi members present at the Fall Quarter reception. Bottom Left: Dr. Robert Houston, Ninth Horace Nel- son — Distinguised Lecturer. Kappa Delta Pi 179 Alpha Psi Omega The purpose of the Alpha Psi Omega is to stimulate in- terest in theatre activities at Troy State University. It also secures for the University all the advantages and mutual helpfulness provided by a large national honorary fra- ternity. By electing students to membership, the organi- zation provides a reward for their participation in the Uni- versity ' s theatre perfor- mances. Top Left: Tom Whitehead, Joe Propst, and Michael Wal- den, perform a scene from " Of Mice and Men. " Top Right: Eric Ware, as Sam, and Alex Johnson, as Willie, per- form in the award winning " Master Harold and the Boys. " 180 Alpha Psi Omega Pied Pipers The Troy State University Pied Pipers have given chil- dren across the southeast their first taste of live the- atre. The group was formed in order to provide addition- al performance opportuni- ties to theatre students. The ensemble, a group of theatre majors and minors, present children ' s stories without using settings or properties. Actors become walls, trees, or animals to create the setting. Since its organization, the group has performed for more than 100,000 youngsters in Ala- bama public schools and art and craft fairs. Top: The Pied Pipers perform for f he children af Opp Elementary School. Bottom Right: Lynn Balducci, Wayne Simpkins, Pam Love, Muffy Edelberg and Billy Quercia take a break from rehearsal. Row One: Leigh Cornelius, Pam Love and Tana Coleman. Row Two: Tom Whitehead, Alex John- son, Dotty Jo Brown, Muffy Edel- berg and Wayne Simpkins. Pied Pipers Not Pictured: Tresa Hardin, Tammy Claunch, Elizabeth Fowler, Lynn Balducci, Eric Ware, Marion Bundy, David Estes, and Bill Quercia. Pied Pipers 181 Phi Gamma Nu The Beta lota chapter of Phi Gamma Nu business fra- ternity is proud of its mem- bers accomplishments. Phi Gamma Nu promotes friendship and encourages members to strive for scho- lastic achievement. Annual events that the fraternity participates in include homecoming activities. May Day and various fund raisers. The Beta lota chapter ex- tends a helpful hand to all business majors and minors and encourages them to get involved in the fun Phi Gamma Nu has to offer. Top Right: President Debbie Helms conducts a Phi Gamma Nu meeting. Center: Officers: Gerald Mayfield, treasurer; Son- ya Jennings, pledge class train- er; Keri Prather, secretary; Wen- dy Adams, vice president; and Debbie Helms, president. Bot- tom Left: Phillip Conan and Mary Meirisva discuss the latest Phi Gamma Nu events. Row One: Carol Byrd, Sonya Jen- nings, Debbie Anderson, Kerri Cleary, Wendy Adams and Debbie Helms. Row Two: Peggy Howard, Gerald Mayfield, Lisa Holmes, John Coven, Tim Hastselle, Teresa Anderson, Mary Meirisva, Phillip Conan, Keri Prather, Kim Cherry and Sherri Browning. 182 Phi Gamma Nu Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity organized to foster the study of busi- ness in universities. The Fraternity ' s activities in- cluded a T-shirt sale for the Jax State-Troy State football game, a donut sale, and the making of center- pieces that were deliv- ered to the nursing home for Thanksgiving. Delta Sigma Pi partic- ipated in the Baptist Stu- dent Union Volleyball Marathon. They also sponsored Fraternity member Mar- sha Coskrey in the Miss TSU Pageant. Delta Sigma Pi ' s profes- sional activities included several speakers and tours. The year ended with the annual Spring Fling which was held in Or- lando, Florida. Top: Delta Sigma Pi members par- ticipate in the Homecoming pa- rade. Left: Officers: Row One: Cathi El- linor, historian; Malia Givens, secre- tary and Jennifer Davis, vice presi- dent. Row Two: Mark Jones, chan- cellor; Greg Smith, president; Perry Sumlar, senior vice president and Kendall Coates, treasurer. Row One: Rose Whittle, Pamela Shelby, Jennifer davis, Jeanette Lit- tle and Karen Smaw. Row Two: Charlie Randall. Rhonda Andress, Malia Gilvens, Rhonda Kelley, Mar- sha Coskrey and Greg Benton. Row Three: Greg Smith, Cathi Ellinor, Kendall Coates and Jeff Amlong. Row Four: Tony Robinson, Rainer Carius and Perry Sumlar. Delta Sigma Pi 183 Alpha Epsilon TSU ' s outstanding stu- dents in broadcasting were invited to join Alpha Epsilon Rho. Superior scholarship and creative participation in broadcasting and produc- tion are the points empha- sized within the society. Al- pha Epsilon Rho members find methods to prepare themselves for future roles as responsible broadcasters through the organization. Top Left: Alpha Epsilon Rho mem- bers are briefed on their future ac- tivities. Top Right: Cindy Clark prac- tices focusing. Bottom: Members: Row One: Jeff May, Jim Walker, Donna Davis, Cin- dy Clark. Brenda Sando, and Lissa Brown. Row Two: Jeff Harrison, Pam Harden, Terry Wilhite, James Har- vey, Kari Long, and Charles Wind- ham. Row Three: George Sanders, Mawk Arnold, and Jim McLean. 184 Alpha Epsilon Rho Sigma Delta Chi The Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi, is the largest and oldest jour- nalism organization in the country. The society con- ducts regular meetings, sponsors local awards and scholarships, and promotes freedom of information at local and state levels. Soph- omore journalism majors in good academic standing with the University are able to join. Teal, Cindy Skipper, Ed Shirley. Bot- tom Left: Suzie Thurman contem- plates the year to come. Bottom Right: Officers are: Pam Combs, secretary, Suzie Thurman, presi- dent; and James Harvely, treasurer. Not Shown: Pat Green, vice-presi- dent. Sigma Delta Chi 185 Phi Beta Lambda Phi Beta Lambda is a na- tional organization tor stu- dents preparing tor a busi- ness or business education career. Phi Beta Lambda, along with Future Business Leaders of America, makes up the largest student orga- nization in the nation. The goals of Phi Beta Lambda are to develope compe- tent leadership, to strength- en the student ' s confidence in himself and his work, to promote a better under- standing of the American business enterprise system, and to assist the student in the establishment of occu- pational goals. Phi Beta Lambda mem- bers were involved in a vari- ety of activities during the past year. New members were recruited and Free En- terprise Week was celebrat- ed during fall quarter. Sever- al members represented TSU at the state PBL confer- ence in March. The organi- zation wrapped up a suc- cessful year in the spring by raising money for the John B. Home Memorial Scholarship. Right: Officers: Row One: Wendy Adams, vice presi- dent and Lisa Holmes, trea- surer. Row Two: Mr. Walters, adviser; Derek Young, presi- dent; and Teresa Lee, secre- tary. Row One: Teresa Lee, Lisa Holmes and Keri Andrews. Row Two: Carrie Prafer, Dorothy Minsey, Cynthia McColor, and Wendy Adams. Row Three: Jim Mixon, Joey Jackson, Mr. Bob Walters, Derek Young, and Les- lie Carroll. 186 Phi Beta Lambda Advertising Club The Troy State University Advertising Club was orga- nized this year in affiliation with the American Advertis- ing Association. The TSU chapter was organized to help advertising students on campus have a better un- derstanding of the advertis- ing field and to network with professionals in this area. The Troy State University chapter of the American Advertising Federation made its debut during the 1985-86 school year. The Ad Club was organized in order to help advertising students on campus have a better understanding of the adver- tising field and to network with professionals in the ad- vertising area. Top: Officers are: Row One: Karen Smaw, correspondence secretary; Debra Porrett, president; and Gale Ripley, first vice-president. Row Two: Sherri Browning, second vice- president; Kim Cherry, treasurer; and Walter Lewis, recording secre- tary. Middle: Members Row One: Sonia Adams, Karen Smaw, and Debra Porrett. Row Two: Jennifer Clyatt, Gale Ripley, Kim Cherry, and Bob Sanders. Row Three: Dickie Nachman, Sherri Browning, Walter Lewis, and Julie Smith. Bottom. Guest Speaker — Terry Rogers. ISCO Members: Row One: Kelly Lar- oche, Lisa Weber, Tammy Mur- deu, Becky Feria, Susi Weber, Gricelle Fout, Rhonda Tabron, Gloria Lynch, and Whitney Keese. Row Two: Jennifer Byrd, Nyuk King Tan, Princess Rudivor- avan, Samteu Laena, Mrs. Mer- kel, Shellie Reynolds, Hamid Ja- hannema, Martha Montau, Jaed Dudd, Delphina Joe, Vam Pariyatepthavon, and Elsie Ve- spa. Row Three: Steven South- ard, Seau Filzwilliam, Liz McCar- thy, Ben Wisden, Chris Brown, and Henry Nahhas. Row Four: N. Param vesuaram , Mary Wadowick, Peter Louis, Peter Howard, James Sherry, Judith Hudon-Seuecal, Dr. Ed Merkel, Raihel Carius, Tom Green, Ta- kanobu Miwa, Jim Bean, Mike Lewis, Benjamin Baker, Elke Southland, Dr. Price, Wilelta Hatcher, and Nolan Hatcher. Middle Iteft: Walid Al-Akhdar pre- sented , " As the Machine Turns. " Middle ' Right: Members of ISCO showed the city of Troy what cul- ' ture really is. Bottom Right: Interna- tional Student ' s Cultural Organiza- tion participated in the annual Homecoming parade. 188 ISCO The International Students Cultural Organization (ISCO) was established on the TSU campus in 1975. Its purpose is to promote brotherhood with foreign students at- tending the university. It is the only social group that meets weekly through the summer term as well as during the full academic year. Programs were pre- sented each Thursday night by students, faculty, staff members and visitors. Pic- nics, beach trips, homecom- ing and a Halloween party provided great enjoyment to the members and guests. The highlight of the spring guarter was the fifth annual ISCO International Festival, " Springfest. " Foreign and American foods were served, followed by special entertainment presented by members of the organiza- tion. Funds to support ISCO recreation were obtained from a car wash, sale of cook books and valentine flowers, and the Springfest. Membership in ISCO is open to all interested stu- dents, faculty, and staff. Top Left: Officers: Row One: Gri- celle Fout. historian; Judith Hudon- Senegal, president, and Becky Feria, secretary. Row Two: Peter Louis, treasurer. Lisa Weber, public- ity chairman, and Rainer Carius, vice-president. Bottom Left: Prin- cess Rudivoravan informs the orga- nization about her country. Bottom Right: Rhonda Tabrou performs her favorite dance. ■ 1 ISCO 189 Student Nurses Association Any student accepted into the School ot Nursing at Troy State is eligible to join the Student Nurses Associ- ation. This organization elects new ofticers from the junior class each fall guarter. The junior nursing students were " capless " at the an- nual capping ceremony. The capping tradition was broken this year in order to modernize the nursing school; the majority of hospi- tals no longer require caps to be worn by their nurses. The Alabama Association of Nursing Students (AANS) Right Row One: Roamin Halten and Wendy Lewis. Row Two: Mona Golden, Chris Moody, Robin Green, Kim Merrill, Rebecca Swanton, Tresa Sykes, and Mrs. Deal — Adisor. Row Three: Kathy Jarboe, Kim Sheehan, Karen Moland, Sharyn Nunn, Janey Hattaway. Debbie Showers, and Cynthia Hewilt. 190 Student Nurse ' s Association held its state convention in Birmingham February 13-15 in 1986. Three TSU nursing students attended the co- vention. The convention sponsored several focus ses- sions, many hospital exhibi- tions, a talent show, an auc- tion, and a dance for the students. AANS raised three thousand dollars for the " Big Oak Boys Ranch. " Right: Officers: Kim Merrill, secre- tary; Mona Golden, vice president; and Rebecca Swanton, president; Not Pictured: Michelle Jones — Treasurer. ' Sigma Theta Tau The lota Theta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau was char- tered on May 8, 1986. It was formerly known as the Local Honor Society of Nursing, which was first organized in the Spring of 1979. The Soci- ety has a grown to include well over seventy-five mem- bers. The purposes of Sigma Theta Tau include: recogniz- ing superior achievement and developement of lead- ership qualities; fostering high professional standard; encouraging creative work; Left: Dr. Amanda Baker — Dean. and strengthening commit- ment to the ideals and pur- poses of the nursing profes- sion. The qualifications for membership include an overall grade point average of 2.0, as well as a 2.0 in all nursing courses. The Society has partici- pated in many community services over the past years and has conducted semi- nars to promote professional growth. One of the high- lights of the past year was becoming a viable chapter of Sigma Theta Tau. Left: Brenda Riley, Counselor and Asst. Dean; Dr. Debra Davis, Presi- dent; Dr. Charlene Schwab; and Nancy Patterson, Counselor. Above: Row One: Connie Webb, Debra Davis, Charlene Schwab, Dr. Amanda Baker, Brenda Riley, Alice Deal, and Nancy Patterson. Row Two: Anne Boothe. Romane Hat- ten, Janet Hataway, Kathy Jarboe, Debbie Foster, Amy Foster, Melonie Rainey, Shari Williams, Sharon Nunn, Kim Sheehan. Sigma Theta Tau 191 Forensics The TSU Forensics team consists of students who compete intercollegiately in Cross Examination Debate and Individual Events. The In- dividual Events include pub- lic speaking and interpreta- tion events. The team has competed in many tourna- ments this year all over the southeast, including Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and Louisiana. The 1985-86 year marked the first time that TSU students have qualified through excellent performance at three tour- naments for the American Forensics Association Na- tional Individual Events Tour- nament, which was held in Arlington, Texas in April. Above: Beverly Marino, Dr. Judy Lewis, Cathy King, Elizabeth Fowler, Dale Lunn, Jenny Girdnar, Scott Al- len, Tami McCray, and Joe Propst. Top Right: Tami McCray and Eliza beth Fowler demonstrate true Fo rensic talent. Above: Scott Allen and Joe Propst rehearse for an upcoming tourna ment. 192 Forensics Ik Student Council for Exceptional Children SCEC is Student Council for Exceptional Children. The council works on behalf of all children with special educa- tion needs including gifted children, children with spe- cific learning disabilities and children who have emotion- al, physical, mental or other handicaps. The group con- sists mainly of education majors but other majors are encouraged to join. SCEC members attended the State convention in Montgomery and sent Lau- rie Kline and Leigh Purvis to the national convention in New Orleans. SCEC has meetings with guest speak- ers of various occupations, and helps with educational functions throughout the year. Student Council For Exceptional Children 193 Lambda Alpha Epsilon Lambda Alpha Epsilon is an association devoted to the promotion of profession- alism in all areas of criminal justice. It strives to encour- age greater cooperation among criminal justice agencies and to promote greater understanding be- tween the community and the profession. Under the aegis of membership, it fos- ters more responsive train- ing and education to fulfill the needs of the profession through sponsorship of semi- nars, technical materials and personal contacts. The association serves as a uni- fied national voice on key issues of the profession. Officers: Julie Duff, secretary; George Owens, president; Dr. Charlie Jones, adviser; and Doug Thompson, sargeant-at-arms. Row One: Julie Duff, Sandra LaVoy, nathan Spann, Drew Carroll and and Anna Wright. Row Two: Doug Thompson. George Owens, Dr. Jones. Joh- 194 Lambda Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sigma . Above: Row One: Sybil Rich, Gwen Kurtz. Bridget Marable, Angie Farm- er, and Sharon Thompson. Row Two: Mr. Whitson, Lynn Allen. Mary- Ann Armous, Allison Whidden, Linda Borie, Kathy McCracken, Stephanie Aiken, and Marsha Davis. Not Pic- tured: Mr. Tony Walker, Adviser. Sigma Alpha Sigma is an organization designed for students who wish to work with people. It is a professional service orga- nization located within the Department of Hu- man Services. Members are primarily social work- ers, SRS, or rehabilitation majors, but any student who wishes to work in a service capacity is wel- come. Sigma Alpha Sig- ma has been involved in many activities this year. They co-sponsored a " Trick or Food " event at Halloween to raise food for local agencies to help those in need. They also sponsored a family at Christmas through the De- partment of Pensions and Security through a finan- cial donation. Money rais- ing events have included a successful donut sale and raffling off a box of Valentine candy. This money is used to support charitable contributions to programs in the com- munity as well as club ac- tivities. Above: Bridget Marable and Linda Borie show that Sigma Alpha Sigma has " the power to serve human- ity. " Right: Officers: Allison Whid- den, secretary treasurer; Marsha Davis, historian; Angie Farmer, vice president; and Stephanie Aiken, president. Sigma Alpha Sigma 195 Micro-Computing Club =, The TSU Micro-Comput- ing Club helps students understand what micro- computing can do. At meetings, demonstra- tions are given on ways to use the computers and the different types of computers and available. Students are also given tips on the best computer equipment and diskettes. The Micro-Computing Club is open to all stu- dents. HPER The Health, Physical Edu- cation, and Recration Major and Minor Club of Troy State University ' s purpose is to foster a con- cern for progress in phys- ical education; to ad- vance the standards of the profession; and to co- operate with state and national educational as- sociations. HPER has been involved in many activi- ties and fund raisers this year, including the very successful 1985 Blood Drive. Above: Row One: Davy Barron, Two: Mike Lewis, adviser; Tom president; Wayne Goodwin. Row Green; and Robert Williams. Above: Row One: Jacki Frandi, Cynthia Squires, and Sandi Stein. Rich, Lisa Hamilton, Martha Steele. Pam Oates, Lisa Bean, Beth Ellisor, Row Two: Antoine Eddington, Sybil Diane Hall, and Mike Ellis. 196 Micro-Computing Club and HPER Beta Upsilon Sigma The 1985-86 members of Beta Upsi- lon Sigma. Beta Upsilon Sigma is the Sorrell School of Business ' s honor society. The Troy State University ' s chapter of Beta Upsilon Sigma recog- nizes juniors and seniors for distinguished abilitly and ex- ceptional achievement in scholarship in the field of business. The Society was founded locally by Shari Stark, Robert Pearson, and Robert Palmer. Membership into Beta Up- silon Sigma was limited to ju- niors with a GPA of 2.8 or above or who rank in the top five percent of their class and seniors with a GPA of 2.6 or who rank in the top ten percent of their class. Beta Upsilon Sigma 197 Art Guild The purpose of Art Guild is to give students the opportunity to par- ticipate in individual and departmental projects. Art majors, minors, and other students are wel- come to join TSU ' s newly reactivated guild. Meetings during 1985- 86 were conducted on Chinese paper folding, drawing, painting, and other creative arts. One of their projects winter quarter was to de- sign and decorate Valen- tines which were dis- played in the Malone courtyard. ACEI The Association for Childhood Education In- ternational (ACEI) is unique among profes- sional education organi- zations. It is the major pro- fessional organization whose sole purpose is concerned with all as- pects of the growth and development of children from infancy through ear- ly adolescence. It pro- vides a set of foci and mechanisms by which the purposes of the organiza- tion are carried out. Its goals include the im- provement of education- al values and practices for young children; to pro- vide wholesome child de- velopment for all children; and to enhance the knowledge and instruc- tional ideas of prospec- tive teachers. Row One: Darlene Johnson, Angie Fitch, Rob Bright, Rebecca Spivey, Jan Kuntz, Julie Smith, and Rhonda Wilhoite. Row Two: Milton Salter, Jim English, Brenda Keeton, and Ed- win Walter. II Row One: Pam Carr, Angie Kelley, Cathy Free, Suzanne Zorn, Debe Renee Senn, Mary Ann Floyd, Shan- Armestrong, Dilian White, Beth non Smith, Leslie Prichard, and Doris Johnston, Dr, McCoy.faculty advi- Still. Row Two: Jeannie Barron, sor; and Sharron Lee. Row Three: Yvon Culpepper, Lee Pendzio, Vanessa Berry, Tammy Miller, and Nancy Summers. Row Four: Felicia Henderson and Grace Thomas. 198 Art Guild and ACEI Seahorses Row One: Rosemary Merritt, Terry Two: Cathy Flynn. coach; Beth Elli- Carter, and Liz McCarthy. Row sor, and Shiela Culpepper. Row Three: Melissa Mincey, Karen Smith, and Susan Duff. The Trojan Seahorses swimming club was orga- nized at Troy State Uni- versity in 1978. The pur- pose of the Seahorses is to promote aquatic art through sychronized swimming. The Seahorses perform at various Univer- sity and community events and is open to anyone with aquatic abilities. SNEA The Student National Education Association is a professional organization for students in education. It provides the members with essentially the same benefits as the National Education Association members. It sponsors a variety of seminars that contribute to the growth of future educators. This organization also pro- vides the students with in- surance policies, discount purchasing programs, and educational savings bonds. Row One: Ellen White, Theresa Har- din, Judith Hudson-Sened, Jane Youngblood, Denise Johnson, Deb- bie Walters and Sonya King. Row Two: Jeane Vignula, Fred Maynard, Kris Bowden, Lana Turner, Connie Evans and Dr. Forrest Petry, advisor. Seahorses And Student National Education Association 199 Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Biologi- cal Society is a society for students, particularly for undergraduates. It em- phasizes a three-fold pro- gram: stimulation of scholarship, dissemination of scientific knowledge and promotion of biologi- cal research. It seeks to encourage scholarly at- tainment in this field of learning by reserving its active membership for those who achieve supe- rior academic records and those who indicate special aptitude for, and a major interest in the natural sciences. Beta Beta Beta endeavors to extend the boundaries of man ' s knowledge of na- ture by encouraging new discoveries through scien- tific investigation. Row One: Dennis Crim, Mary Bracewell, Sandra DeHollman, Lynn Sandra Efurd. Gloria Lynch and Tina Stanford. Row Two: Mike Ellis, Jimmy Jones, Lee Kirkland and Walid Alak- dar. Green, Jason Jones, Cindy Little, Garvis, Sandra Calhoun, Annette Pre-College Orientation Leaders Each spring five males and five females are cho- sen as Pre-College Orien- tation Leaders. These stu- dents are selected by an application and interview process, and gualifica- tions include knowledge of Troy State, ability to work well with others, in- volvement on campus, and a good rapport among students. The ori- entation leaders guide and assist prospective TSU students who come to one of the orientation sessions during the sum- mer. The leaders give tours of campus, answer any guestions about col- lege life, and help stu- dents with their sched- ules. Overall, the ten se- lected are crucial in mak- ing incoming freshmen feel at home. lo So Joi h Row One: Kim Locicero, Keith Mor- gan, Taylor Caffey, Martha Mixon, Mike Dickson, and Pam Combs. Row Two: Gayle Luhman, John Smith, Molly Rhodes, Andrew Hen- derson, Brian Weekley and Debbie Hunt. 200 Beta Beta Beta and PCO Leaders D.P.M.A. Row One: Lisa Shriver, Mary Blaydes. Melanie Flowers, Carolyn Ingram. Cindy Tew, and Caroll Byrd. Row Two: Brian Smith, Doree Harris, fcDavy Barron, Carl Abercrombie, Pam Rogers, Donna Russ. and Moni- ca Carter. Row Three: Tom Green, Kenny Graves, Ginger King, Glenda Lawhorn, John Shaw, Ben Para- more, and Mr. Walton. Row Four: Chris Hamilton, Liza Lowery, Byron Hall, Andy Fuqua, Micki McDowell, and Dr. Smith. DPMA is the largest pro- fessional association serv- ing the information pro- cessing management community. DPMA stu- dent chapters provide students the opportunity to exchange information with the members of the information processing community and explore various career opportun- ites. The Troy State stu- dent chapter has been active since 1981. During the 1984-85 school year the chapter was honored by winning the National Student Chapter Out- standing Performance Award; the chapter com- peted again in 1986. Math Club TheVc " Math Club is an organization that pro- motes the study of math- ematics amoung the stu- dents at Troy State Uni- versity. Each quarter the club conducts several meetings that are de- signed to help the math student better under- stand the various areas of math and promote bet- ter teacher-student rela-, tions. Each spring quarter the club sponsors Math Week. The entire week is devoted to the idea of presenting math in ways that are both interesting and educational. tow One: Jill Black. Dr. Elrod, Alisa eel, and Brian Smith. Row Two: ynn Green, Sandra Efurd. Mary Lou Irizarry, Kitty Blankenship, and Jean- nine Porter. Row Three: Jim Carlile, Lynn Brunson, Angel Johnson, Ricky Padgett, and Shane Casey. Data Processing Management Association and Math Club 201 Arnold Air Society Arnold Air Society had a very busy 1985-86 school year. Activities started during summer ' 85 with National POW MIA Day. A AS held a ceremo- ny at Troy ' s Bicentennial Park which included rais- ing the official POW MIA flag. During fall quarter, the squadron hosted the area Commander ' s Call and all the squadrons in Alabama and Mississippi converged at Troy State to discuss Arnold Air busi- ness and to party! Another big Arnold Air project was the mini-mu- seum. Focusing on uni- forms and artifacts from WWI, WWII, Korea and Vietman, the museum also contains memorabe- lia from TSU faculty mem- bers who have served in the Armed Forces. Throughout the year, the squadron devoted time and effort in assisting and entertaining Troy ' s senior citizens, particularly at the Pike Manor Nursing Home. This effort along with other Arnold Air ac- tivities resulted in the Dr. T.C. Marrs Squadron of Arnold Air Society being awarded the Chennault Trophy, which is given to the most outstanding squadron in the area. Top: Dr. Adams is presented an honorary membership into the Ar- nold Air Society. Row One: Eric Firkin, Capt. John Sis- trunk (adviser), and Diane Ficke. Row Two: Willy Herald, Marion Bundy, Cristina Langley, Brock Da- vis, and Brad Whitfield. Row Three: Wade Brackins, Ruth Thomas, J.C. Baltz. Doug McGriff, Steve Lover, and Wayne Shaw. Row Four: Lynn Ferrari, Theresa Clark, Rory Crews, Leslie Thompson, Daniela Burkhardt, and Chris Shillman. Row Five: Clark Harrell, Dana Lumley, Dan Green, David Conoly, Todd Hicks, and Charlie Williams. 202 Arnold Air Society Top Left: Arnold Air Society ' s Fall quarter initiates. Top Right: Arnold Air members unpack articles for the mini-museum. Officers: Row One: Ruth Thomas, vice commander; Diane Ficke. commander; and Christina Langley, operations officer. Row Two: Chris Stillman. chaplain; Eric Firkin, pro- jects officer; Doug McGriff. admin. officer; Lee Pittman, public affairs officer; and Brad Whitfield, comp- troller. Arnold Air Society 203 Air Force ROTC The mission of Air Force ROTC is to educate and commission officers for the United States Air Force. TSU ' s AFROTC program was established in September 1971. Since that time it has been constantly ranked as one of the best detach- ments in the country. The ROTC curriculum in- cludes classroom instruction and a weekly one hour leadership lab. ROTC en- courages participation in all college activites with many cadets being involved in varsity sports, sorority and fraternity activities, religious organizations, and a host of other programs. The de- tachment has its own active social life including picnics, dinners, and frequent par- ties. The colmination of the year comes with the formal Military Ball held during Spring Quarter. Two AFROTC programs are offered — a four year program or a two year pro- gram with both being of- fered to students attending Troy State. Students can compete for scholarship or a tax-free monthly stipend of one hundred dollars. TSU ' s ROTC cadets have a bright future of expertise, profes- sionalism, and challenge. AIM HIGH! Top: Cadets: Row One: Lee Pitt- man, Diane Ficke, and David Folley. Row Two: Brad Whitfield, Daniela Burkhardt and Todd Hicks. Row Three: Willy Herold, Eric Firkin, Greg James. Julie Forrester, Charlie Wil- liams, Robert Vaughn, Christina Langley, Paul Howell and Clark Har- rell. Center: ROTC members at their Halloween party. Bottom Right: Steve O ' Rear and Christina Langley during inspection. Cadet Staff: Row One: Diane Ficke, Doug McGriff, Willy Herold, Brad Whitfield, Wade Brackins and Steve 204 Air Force ROTC Top: Cadet Todd Hicks describes the finer aspects of flying to two young cadets. Center: Modeling ROTC museum uniforms are: Willy Herold (WWI), Steve Gordon (WWII). Dotty Jo Brown (WWII). Dana Lumley (WWII), Lee Pittman (Korea), and Steve Lover (Viet- nam). Bo ttom: ROTC members hon- or the seven astronauts who were killed in the space shuttle explosion. Air Force ROTC 205 Angel During 1985-86, The Angel Flight really lived up to its name tor being a service or- ganization. The members spent many hours working with the local Red Cross Blood Drive, sponsoring a March of Dimes Walkathon and helping the Arnold Air Society in its efforts to rec- ognize POW MIAs. In addition to this hard work, the flight worked dili- gently to increase its mem- bership. Only three actives came in the organization at the beginning of fall quarter, but the Angels persevered and by spring quarter Angel Flight had 18 members. This achievemnet, along with the flight ' s other good work, earned them the award, the Most Improved Flight in the nation. Top: Row One: Sara Kate Gibbs, Victoria Bergauist, Betsy Bowden, and Debbie Daughtry. Row Two: Capt. Sistrunk (adviser), Michelle Lanier, Julie Forrestor, Angela Reisch, and Dotty Jo Brown. Not Pictured: Kelli Key and Karla Miller. Bottom: Dotty Jo Brown and Capt. Sistrunk participate in an Angel Flight skit. 206 Angel Flight ! ACUB The 1985-86 Adams Cen- ter Union Board had a very exciting year. The many events provided by the ACUB included two major concerts; Heart at the Montgomery Civic Center, October 30, 1985 and Night Ranger at Garrett Coliseum in Montgomery, February 27, 1986. The Board hosted a Homecoming Bash in the Amphitheater as well as provided pool, ping pong, golt, and Trival Pursuit tour- naments for students to test their skills. The ACUB was also proud to host the annu- al May Day festivities and brought the " Putting on the Hits " competition to TSU in which the winner went to the state- wide competition. And, like every year, the Board provided such movies as " Gremlins " , " Ghostbus- ters " , " The Breakfast Club " , and " St. Elmo ' s Fire. " Top: ACUB sponsored the Birth- day Chronical at the May Day festivities. Middle: ACUB Board Members: Row One: Debbie Ni- colucci, Angie Overstreet and Angela Coleman. Row Two: Mike Granberry, Bert Kelly, Mr. O ' N- eal, Mr. Hutto, Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Gib- son and Brock Davis. Bottom: Comedian Jeff Justice entertains TSU students. Adams Center Union Board 207 Trojan Ambassadors The Trojan Ambassadors are the elite group of cam- pus leaders who are chosen to serve as Troy State Uni- versity ' s official hosts and hostesses. Sponsored by the Admis- sions Office, the Ambassa- dors are seen at a variety of functions throughout the school year. They assist the Chancellor and First Lady at the Homecoming Recep- tion; they serve as ushers for the Miss TSU Pageant and the University Dancers ' Evening of Dance; and they escort distinguished guests during campus visits. The most important activi- ties of the Trojan Ambassa- dors are those directly relat- ed to student recruitment. The Ambassadors conduct campus tours for prospec- tive students and their par- ents, assist admissions per- sonnel at college days and career fairs, and are present at TSU ' s annual High School Day. Top .Suzanne Madison, Riley Green, Martha Mixon, Ryan Dougherty, Donna Anderson, Jim Wyatt, Amanda Ober, Brian Snyder, Molly Rhodes, Scott English, Kim LaCicero, Gregg Chandler, Brenda Sando, Charlie Finch, Gayle Luhman, Burt Kelly, and Tosha Spottek. Bottom: Molly Rhodes waves to the specta- tors of the 1985 Homecoming Pa- rade. 208 Trojan Ambassadors Middle: Trojan Ambassadors take a Dreak at the Chancellor ' s Tea at Homecoming. Bottom: The Ambassadors assist in entertaining for the First Lady and Chancellor. Trojan Ambassadors 209 University Dancers The Troy State University Dancers is a student direct- ed, performing group con- sisting of people who love to dance. The dancers are se- lected at the beginning of each quarter by audition only. Upon selection, the dancers begin to prepare for their many community and school performances. The culmination of the year is an annual dance review. This year the show entitled " Dance ... A Never Ending Story " was performed spring quarter in Smith Auditorium. Also on the dancers sched- ule were such events as en- tertaining at beauty pag- eants, pep rallies, basketball games, the Afro American Society ' s talent show. High School Day, the Children ' s Festival and a synchronized swim show among others. Top Left: The University Dancers perform in the opening number of their annual show. Top Right: Fresh- men Michelle Sekula performs a solo in the spring quarter show enti- tled " Dance ... A Never Ending Story. " Row One: Lisa Sprague and Pat Parker Row Two: Jacki Frandi, Danita Young, Gina Asche and Tammie Scott. Row Three: Mi- chelle Sekula, Lisa Collier, advis- er; Tomeka Caldwell, Dayna Ferry and Felicia Roberson 210 University Dancers Top Left: Dancers Jacki Frandi, To- meka Caldwell and Michelle Sekula display their talents as they pertorm a ballet. Bottom Left: Usa Sprague. Tondja Pigg and Darla Jelley work hard to learn a new routine during practice. Bottom Right: Tammie Scott, Pat Parker and Danita Young perform a 20 ' s style dance for their spring quarter show. University Dancers 2 1 1 Tropolitan ... The " Troplitan " , a stu- dent-university and commu- nity newspaper at Troy State University, seeks to in- form the students, staff, fac- ulty, and administration of campus events and issues. The newspaper also prints the views of students on campus. The " Tropolitan " is a weekly newspaper, pub- lished each Thursday of fall, winter, and spring quarters, excluding dead week and the weeks of examinations. All writing, editing, layout, paste-up, typesetting and selling of advertising is done by Troy State students. The " Tropolitan " provides prac- tical experience for student journalists by giving them an introduction to news report- ing, editing, photograhy and mechanical aspects of the newspaper. Top Right: Staff — Row One: Priscil- la Teal, Jeanne Nichols, Amy Pro- fahl, Kelvin Maddox, and James Wil- kins. Row Two: John Schaffer, Wiley Leavel, Craig Myers, Ben Baker, John Sulivan, Mr. Mawk Arnold, ad- viser; and Rudy Carter. Right: Craig Myers, editor; Priscilla Teal, assistant editor. 212 Tropolitan Left: Craig Myers works on a paste- up for a deadline. Bottom Left: Da- vid Pattie proof-reads an article. Bottom Right: Ben Baker prepares qo_editorial. Tropolitan 213 Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union is the spiritual outreach on the campus provided by the Bap- tist Churches. They strive to provide fellowship, fun, and opportunities for spiritual growth through regular week- day activites and special weekend events. The Baptist Student Union also serves area churches by presenting creative worship services with drama, choir, and puppetry. They are active par- ticipants in the state summer mission program as well as the short-term mission involve- ment. Rlghf:M ss Cindy Russ, speak- ing at Missions Emphasis Week in January. Bottom: Members get reacquaint- ed at the Welcome-Back Party in January. Middle Left: Row One: Tina Reid, Bill Gunter, Dana Lumley, and Donna Nicholson. Row Two: Tangie Scott, Tami Scholfieid. Gwen Kurtz, Dotty Jo Brown, and Demetrius Watkins. Row Three: Alli- son Ambercrombie, Skip Skillman, Phil Weaver, Mark Smith, and Karen Powell. Row Four: Bart Hendricks, Wade Brakins, Kenny Graves, Kim Baxley, Scott Floyd, Kim Marchman, and Charlene Heisler. Row Five: Ed- die Parnell, Kevin Bowers, Chris Skill- man, and Kenny Maraman. Middle Right: Row One: Karla Miller, Janet Sasser, Jeanne Gaddy, Scott Reaves, and Will Bryant. Row Two: Diane Stephanie Aiken, Becky Palmer, Sandra Lavoy, and Donna Allred. Row Three: Matt Ham, Fred Maynard, Larry Walker, Doug McGrift, Bobby Adams, Tommy Gray, and Charles Russell. 214 Baptist Student Union - Wesley Foundation fop: Members — Row One: Danny Lowman, Joanne Birk, Tosha Spot- tek. Rosemary Merrit, and Ray Con- don. Row Two: Gina Nelson, Dorell Dorsey, Valerie Seymore, Caroline Lott, and Jennifer Birks. Row Three: John Horton, Rob Ivey, Kenton Odums, Teresa Riley, Tim Sims, Mark Reynolds, and Rob Grice. Middle Left: Wesley members socialize and study after classes. Middle Right: Officers — Row One: Dorell Dor- sey, kitchen coordinator; Tosha Spottek, kitchen coordinator; and Caroline Lot, co-editor of the Mus- tard Sead. Row Two: Ray Condon, president; Rob Grice, music direc- tor; and not pictured: Laura Hisler, vice-president. Bottom: Dennis and Tammy dicuss the song list. . Wesley believes that min- istry must meet the needs of the whole individual. There- fore, programs were set up to provide a balance of so- cial, physical, and spiritual activities. Wesley offers dis- cipleship and Bible study, for example, to help grow spiri- tually. Wesley tries to pro- vide opportunities for fellow- ship and fun with such activi- ties as ski trips, retreats. Christian speakers, con- certs, and other interesting events. It also provides op- portunities to play various in- tramural sports such as vol- leyball, football, softball, and basketball. In addition, there are opportunities to use talents and abilities in ministry. The Wesley Singers performed in many churches throughout the state ,and out of state from time to time, during the school year. Wesley Foundation 215 Chi Alpha Chi Alpha is a Christian outreach which is affiliated and supported by the As- semblies of God. Chi Alpha is an inter-denominational group, linked with 102 similar groups located on college campuses nationwide. The Greek letters are " XA " which stands for " Christou Apostolio " ( " Christ ' s sent ones " ). They serve to convey the mean- ing of our organization. Chi Alpha is committed to reaching out to students at secular universities with the good news of Jesus Christ. It strives to apply the princi- ples He established for Chris- tian Living based on a four- fold philosophy of evengel- ism, descipleship, worship, and fellowship. Chi Alpha would like to in- vite anyone to become a part of the Christian faith and to get involved with a Christian fellowship for growth and stability of your Christian walk. Top: Members are: Cherrie Mea- cham, Angela Reisch, Billy Hoik, Amy Meacham, and Phyllis Moore. Bottom: Row One: Officers are: Amy Meacham, president; Phyllis Moore, secretary; and Angela Reisch, vice-president. Row Two:| Billy Hoik, campus director. 216 Chi Alpha Christian Student Center Top: Randall Myers gives an inspir- ing talk to CSC members. Bottom: CSC members listen attentively to a devotional. The Christian Student Center is a group ot dedi- cated Christians wanting to serve the Lord. Weekly ac- tivities of the CSC include group devotionals. Daily Bread classes, prayer break- fasts, and Bible studies. Oth- er activities are retreats, youth rallies, and seminars. If anyone would like to be a part of an active, enthusi- astic, loving group of peo- ple dedicated to the Lord and His word, then the CSC is the place to go. Center: Row One: Angie Farmer. Karen Baugh, Angela Tucker and Lynn Gilliam. Row Two: David St. John. Todd Bostick, Robert Rout- zong. Julie Duff. Chris Jackson and Karen Stokes. Row Three: Paul Hodges, Brian Martin, Jim English, and Lance Reynolds. Row Four: Robert Conner, Patty Myers. Randal Myers and Lynn Montgomery. Christian Student Center 217 Gospel Choir The TSU Gospel Choir is an organization open to all stu- den ts who enjoy gospel mu- sic. The choir was organized with the belief that every good life stems from an in- ner peace. The members strive to bring this inner mes- sage, which is the Good News of God, to God ' s peo- ple through songs and praises. The Gospel Choir has grown to approximately sixty members during the 1985-86 year. The choir per- forms at various programs on the campus as well as performing at various churches throughout the Southeast. The campus ad- viser is Dr. Emma Norris. The 1985-86 school year officers were: Soyna Jennings, presi- dent; Rev. Micheal James, vice president; Brenda Wil- son, secretary; Carolyn Tay- lor, asst. secretary; Sue Madison, treasurer; Venessa Kincey, asst. treasurer; Ken Spear, director; Alvin Tuck, asst. director; Kelvin Harris, public relations; Kelvin Pless, asst. director; and Angela Coleman, parlimentarian. 218 Gospel Choir Opposite page: Top: The Troy State University Gospel Choir. Bot- tom: Soloist Tina Krenshaw smiles proudly at the success of her song. This Page: Top Left: Students are always among friends in the Gospel Choir. Top Right: Micheal James awaits a cue for his solo. Bottom: Sonya Jennings busily takes role be- fore the performance. Gospel Choir 219 Collegiate Singers The Troy State Universi- ty Collegiate Singers are an active and talented group of students includ- ing music and non-music majors. The group is under the direction of Dr. William Denison, who is the assis- tant chairman of the mu- sic department. The Collegiates per- form at many special events throughout the year, including Honors Day and Homecoming. Each quarter the singers present a major concert, varying in types of music from spirituals to pop. Dur- ing winter quarter, the Collegiates went on a tour throughout the southeast, performing in schools and churches in Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolinia. Row One: Laura Tansey, Debbie Helms, Vicky Lind, Tracey Wood- ham, Annie Marie Bell, Charlotte Rogers, Judy Brighton, Denise John- son, Ginger King, Charleen Heisler, Teresa Smith, Roxanne Roberts, Anita Davis, Daun Long, and There- sa Hardin. Row Two: Catherine Collves, Cindy Carter, Anna York, Shellie Reynolds, Shannon Mixon, Carla Whittle, Malinda Turvin, Ta- bitha Thomson, Amanda Ober, Val Seymour, Jennifer Birks, Shari Sasser, Mickey Holmes, Marsha Coshrey, and Angie Williams. Row Three: Ali- cia Dansby, Rosemary Merritt, Bon- ita Tanner, Mike Spivey, Vann Mote, Kenny Maramen, Greg Aplin, Taylor Caffey, Penny Wright, Ed Shirley, Jim Brasher, and Demetruis Watkins. Row Four: Michael Jones, Rob Suey, Eddie Willis, Tommy Gray, Reggie Suggs, Byron Hall, Clifford Cannedy, David Branning, Herb Maramen, De Williams, Jim Bracher, and Thomas Green. 220 Collegiate Singers Madrigal Singers The Troy State University Madrigal Singers are a se- lect group of students who combine the talents and skills of singing and dancing to entertain others. The tal- ented ensemble is under the direction of Dr. William Deni- son, and acceptance into the group is by audition only. One of the highlights of the past year was the Christmas tour, including a perfor- mance at the governor ' s mansion. The Madrigal Sing- ers, along with the Colle- giate Singers, also perform at a major concert each quarter. Bottom to Top: Charlotte Rogers, Marsha Coskrey, Clifford Allred. Demetrius Watkins. Anne Marie Bell, Judy Brighton, Al Williams, and Greg Mike Spivey, Shari Sasser, Ed Shirtey. Aplin. Left: Marsha Coskrey and Valerie Seymore sight read their new mu- sic. Right: Singers Taylor Caffey. Greg Alpin and Mike Spivey re- hearse their music. Madrigal Singers 221 Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Kappa Psi is the National Honorary Band Fra- ternity serving marching bands and concert bands across the nation. During fall quarter 1985, Kappa Kappa Psi provided many services for the marching band. The broth- ers were responsible for loading and unloading equipment for perfor- mances that were held away from Troy State. The brothers also provided wa- ter for the band members during breaks and Thursday night rehearsals. During the Winter quarter the fraternity welcomed new members to the organi- zation as well as elected new officers. Top: Row One: Brian Henry, Bryant Goss, Terrence Samuels, and Lyn- don Isaac. Row Two: Kirk Kilgore. Jeff Caldwell, Mike Humphrey, Eric Williams, Dale Gates, and Terrance Manly. Row Throe: Aura Williams, David Winston, Ben Mallory, Craw- ford Harris, Tim Hartselle, Nathan White, and George Curtis. Bottom Left: Officers — Row One: Jeff Caldwell, treasurer.and Mike Hum- phrey, historian. Row Two: Craw- ford Harris, vice-president; Bryant Goss, president; and George Curtis, secretary. Bottom Right: Bryant Goss takes attendance for the weekly meeting. 222 Kappa Kappa Psi Tau Beta Sigma Tau Beta Sigma is an hon- orary sorority at TSU. The So- rority extends the privilege of membership to outstand- ing band members. Tau Beta Sigma generates a re- spect and appreciation for band music and perfor- mances. Some of the activities sponsored by Tau Beta Sig- ma were the initiation of new sisters, several pledge parties, and assisting for the band. Top: Sonya Spencer and Sharon Bough decide the joke ' s on Carole Lee. Middle: Row One: Bryant Goss — sweetheart. Row Two: Pam Oates. Conna Cude, and Brenda Jackson. Row Three: Lessie Cowart, Meg Gunn, Stephanie Kline. Sharon Bough. Sharon Brad- ley, Carole Lee, and Tricia Rainy. Row Four: Minay Whitney, Sonya Spencer, Bridget Carter, Tina Mobby, and Mildred Curtis. Bottom: Row One: Stephanie Kline and Tina Mobby. Row Two: Pam Oates, Don- na Cude, and Brenda Jackson. Tau Beta Sigma 223 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Phi Mu Alpha Sinphonia is a national professional music fraternity for men. During fall quarter several brothers at- tended a workshop in Bir- mingham at Samford Univer- sity as well as several parties given for prospective mem- bers. In winter quarter eight new brothers were initiated. During spring, the chapter held a car wash as a mon- ey-making project. 1985-86 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary at Troy State for the lota Nu chapter. The chapter was selected as a " Net 20 " award winner. This honor was awarded to outstand- ing chapters that show ed a growth in membership Above: Robert Maynard uses his conduting skills for the fraternity song. 224 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Top: The brothers of the lota Nu chapter gather arouna for a song. Middle: Members are Row One: Demetrius Watkins, Rae Dennison. Robert Maynard, Pam Schurr and Tosha Spottek. Sweethearts; Rob- ert Grice, Hal Murphy, and Tim Simms. Row Two: Clifford Allred, John Richard, Mike Mulcahy, Randy Hughey, Brian Burman, Tim Ivey, and Darren Driggers. Row Three: Mike Jones, Chris Young, Dana Lumley Mike Mckinley, Sean Carney, Johr Horton, and Rob Ivey. Not Pictured Charlton Ford. Sigma Alpha lota Sigma Alpha lota is as an international music fraternity for women, founded in 1903. Sigma Alpha lota seeks to promote professional musi- cianship while building a strong sisterhood based on a common interest in the universal language of music. Activities during the year in- cluded a Valentines Day cookie sale, conducted by Left Officers are Bottom to Top: low One: Pam Schurr, social chair- lan; Tosha Spottek, president; [Rosemary Merritt, choral director; harleen Heisler, chaplain; and [Becky Palmer, parlimentarian. Row Two: Remona McCullough, record- ' ng secretary; Cindy Seymore, cor- responding secretary; Teresa Riley, treasurer; and Charlotte Rogers, editor. Not Pictured: Valerie Wo- mack, vice-president. Above: Members are: Row One: Tosha Spottek, Rosemary Merritt, Tracy Woodham, and Valerie Seymore. Row Two: Talisman Ford, Pam Schurr. Carolyn Lott, and Jennifer Birks. Row Three: Tina Hicks, Char- lene Heisler. Cindy Seymore, and Becky Palmer. Row Four: Daun Long, JoAnne Birks, Sharon Brew- ster, and Gina Nelson. Row Five: Charlotte Rogers, Teresa Riley, Ma- ria McMaster, and Kim Robbins. the chapter ' s pledges. Dur- ing fall ' 85, the sisters had a balloon release called " Flying High with SAI. " Pledge meetings and mixers with the musical brother- hood of Phi Mu Alpha made the 1985-86 school year a challenging and exciting time to be a sister in Sigma Alpha lota. I Sigma Alpha lota 225 TROY STATE SOUND OF 226 Band UNIVERSITY THE SOUTH Band 227 Sections • M8MMM mm. i §9 JLJUfr Jb A BBS Trombones: Row One: Kelvin Pless, Roy Williams, Nathan White, Bob Morgan, Terrence Samuel, Tim Hartselle, Elizabeth Yost, Jeft John- ston, Johnathan Spann, and Ben Mallory. Row Two: Jack Garner, Ke- vin Payne, John Carney, Wade Ad- ams, Lyndon Isaac, Rob Grice, Don Kimbrough, Lee Bradley, James Ber- geson, Douglas Bell, and Amy Mar- kert. Percussion: Row One: Brad Caprala, Stuart Shouse, Billy Schlei- cher, Leroy Harris, Lee Robinson, Neil McMahon, Sam Fredrick, Kent Mar- row. Alan Nettles, Sid Hester, Pam Oates. Keith Hatcher, Kevin Baker, David Mosley, Terry Kline, and Matt Mulkey. Row Two: Mitchell Odem, Nate Roberson, Bob Barner, Kim Collins. Tricia Rainey, Steve Laven- der, and David Branning. Saxes: Row One: Lynwood Dewberry, Ma- ria McMaster, Sean Carney, Tina Hicks, Michele Thompson, Sharon Bough, and Eric Williams. Row Two: Wayne Smith, Soyna Spencer, James Merritt, Dale Gates, Terance Manly, Harrison Owens, Alvin Tuck, David Winston, and Paul Johnston. Majorettes: Row One: Theresa Jackson, Penny Paxton, Karen Baugh, Kelley Price, Jennifer Wise, Megan Sobalowski, Regina Ayres, Lisa Boutwell, Wanda Booker, Ve- ronica Benefeild, Dorrell Dorsey, Tammy Jordon, Lisa Rolling, and Ju- lia Williams. Row Two: Sonya Ket- chum, Scarlett Ellis, Tracey Smith, Emily Edwards, Glenda Spivey, Wanda Young, Becky Bowes, Townly Campbell, Sherry Tiglor, Ka- ren Watkins, Wendy Lanham, Toni Hudson, Tammy Phillips, Carolyne Barfield, and Angela McDonald. Row Three: Laurie Mitchell, Dawn Long, Liza Lowrey, Dorothy Ford, Bridgett Burman, Allyson Mullins, and Ann Micher. Color Guard: Row One: Leigh Purvis, Lessie Cowart, Donna Davis, Joanne Birks, and Jen- nifer Birks. Row Two: Dina Hovey, Bridget Carter, Debbie Hines, and Tracy Stevens. Row Three: Cheri Thompson, Sharon Bradley, and Barbara Liptrott. Row Four: Kim Smith, and Cara Carter. Row Five: dress. Trumpets: Ralph Ford, Charl- ton Ford, Mike Mulchay, Hal Murphy, Matt Johnson, Rob Ivey, John Reyn- olds, Johnathon Scott, Mike McClinnley, Marcus Wilson, Jeff Caldwell, Anthony Donaldson, Dar- rell Broken, Todd Bostick, Sondra Roy, Danny Lowman, Tracie Hurst, Bert Kelly, Mike Humphrey, Paul Hodges, Donna Watson, Bryan Withcer, Roxland Smith, Chris Walk- er, Terry Anderson, Susan Perkins, Greisy Florres, Lyle McClellan, and John Horton. Tubas: Center: Aura Williams. Back: Darrell Layfeild, Degn Barrow, Greg Marshall, Chris Walker, Stan Watson, Tim Ivey, Tim Sims, George Curtis, Todd Hunt, Tim Spraggins, Phis Brandon, and Robby Davis. Clarinets: Melissa Slack, Val- erie Womack, Meg Gunn, Pebley Fuller, Carole Lee, Carolyn Lott, Jeannie Braswell, Stephanie Kline, Cindy Seymour, Kim Woodman, Pam Schurr, Sherry Harris, and Tan- ya Smith. Flutes: Row One: Brenda Jackson, Cindi Frosch, Jacki Mack, Laura Tansey, Talisman Ford, Donna Cude, and Kelly Laroche. Row Two: Lisa Gowen, Delisa Thomas, Trina Hughes, Cedoric Sanders, Christina Langley, Joan Hughie, Valerie Oh- man, Rae Ann Christensen, Susan Colmar, Nancy Summers, and Amanda Bast. T.S.U. Band 229 THE SOUND ' S IN TOWN Top Right.Band Director, Dr. Johnny Long, conducts The Sound of the South. Top Left: The Sound of the South ' s feature trumpeters perform during half time. Bottom: A fitting end to a fine performance. 230 Band tN id . The Sound of the South Marching Band popped to attention enthusiastically as they were about to begin their carefully executed half-time program. The band consisted of people that were dedicated to keep the reputation of be- ing the best of the South. Many students who only see the band during football season don ' t realize that the band performs year round. The Troy State Band is un- der the experienced direc- tion of Dr. John M. Long, who spends many long hours drill- ing band members and or- ganizing band functions. Bryan Goss, the 1985-86 Drum Major, assisted Dr. Long by direction on the field and teaching band members the numerous dif- ferent shows performed. The band also performed in the Peanut Festival in Do- than, Al., and cheered on the team at various basket- ball games in the form of pep bands. In April, the band was chosen to per- form in a parade hosted in Atlanta, Ga. by the Coca Cola Co. The band mem- bers, when not marching, participated in other band functions such as concerts, tours, and on the lighter side — parties! Top Left: The T.S.U. majorettes strut their stutf during the Homecoming performance. Bottom Right: Robbie Davis, keeping the beat. Bottom Right: Feature twirler, Rhonda Gun- ter, dazzles the crowd with her Homecoming routi ne. 8 ? . t? ' Band 231 232 Greeks Jh a Zwy State of Mind Qreeks Leslie Carroll Section Editor Lisa Boutweli Kim Carlton Leigh Golden Contributing Editors ■ JUI L . ) -X- r „ Greg Benton Cara English Greg Johnson Lorri Studios Ed Moseley Donald Norsworthy Photographers Rush 234 Sororities 240 Panhellenic IFC 256 Greek Awards 258 Fraternities 260 Composites 276 Greek Week 286 Miss Venus 288 Greeks 233 Above Opposite Page: Sororities create entertaining and informative skits to better familiarize rushees about Greek life in general and their sorority in particular. This Page: Fraternities attract inter- ested men to their houses by host- ing themed parties such as " Casino Night " and by promises of home- made goodies and other refresh- ments. 234 Rush WHY SHOULD I GO GREEK? When re ferring to a college student as a Greek, you are saying that he or she is a member ot a recognized social fra- ternity or sorority. To become " Greek " is one of the biggest and most impor- tant decisions a college student can make. In that many of the T.S.U. stu- dents are involved in the Greek sys- tem, it is apparent that " Going Greek " is a popular and agreeable choice. For someone who is totally ignorant of Greek terminol- ogy, Rush sounds odd ... al- most like a headache or nervous condition. Likewise, for some one involved in the Greek system, Rush is odd and does induce head- aches and nervous condi- tions. It is extraordinarily hard to talk to a complete stranger about brotherhood and sisterhood when that person is staring back at you with a huge " ? " on his or her face. Consequently, Greeks will relate fraternity and so- rority events through which their brotherly and sisterly feelings grow. Unfortunate- ly, this sometimes give inde- pendents the wrong con- cept of Greek life. Greeks will not deny that parties are a part of what they share, but they will also tell you about their philan- thropy projects, sharetimes, intramural teams, and so much more. To truly appre- ciate the Greek system, you must look at it as a whole. Being that so many T.S.U. students are involved, there has got to be something to it, so ... GO GREEK!! Rush 235 How can I go Greek? To pledge or associate with a fraternity or sorority, students must have a " C " average or better. Men are asked to sign a buckley, a grade release form and haz- ing policy. Women sign a similar form when they sub- mit their rush application forms for Formal Rush fall quarter or when they are notified by Panhellenic that one of the sororities is inter- ested in giving them an open bid. After the Universi- ty has verified that you pass the minimum grade require- ments, you are free to ac- cept or regret bids from a Greek organization. Though it sounds relatively simple, rush is more complex than all that, especially for the Greeks. Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic govern all fraternity and so- rority rush activities. Any ac- tions which violate University rush policies could keep a fraternity or sorority from participating in rush. This is why Greeks take rush so seri- ously, for it is through rush and the affiliation of new members that fraternities and sororities continue to grow. Fraternity rush is less structured than sorority rush in that fraternities have a formal rush week each quarter while sororities only have formal rush once each year. In addition, fraternities are allowed to invite sorori- ties, (cont. on page 238). This Page: Top: Squeal Day was the exciting culmination of a long, nerve-wrecking rush week for ru- shees. Bottom: Pool tournaments are one of the many things fraternities do during rush. Opposite Page: After a long week of rushing, sorority sisters meet outside of Pace Hall to greet their new pledges. 236 Rush GREEK TERMINOLOGY ACCEPT — When a female rushee accepts a sorority ' s invitation to return to an- other rush party. BUCKLEY — Grade release form which men must sign before a fraternity may of- fer them a bid. FORMAL RUSH — Time set aside by I.F.C. and Panhel- lenic during which fraterni- ties and sororities are al- lowed to host rush parties within the limitations set by the University. I.F.C. — Interfraternity Council; Fraternities ' gov- erning body which is com- posed of members from each recognized fraternity on campus. INDEPENDENT — Someone who is not a member, pledge, or affiliate of a Greek social organization. INITIATION — Time set aside by each individual fra- ternity and sorority during which pledges and associ- ates who are eligible are acquainted with the secret, special rituals of his her fra- ternity sorority OPEN BID — Invitation of membership given by a so- rority after Formal Rush has concluded. PANHELLENIC — Sororities official governing body which is composed of mem- bers of each recognized so- rority on campus. PLEDGE — Someone who has accepted a bid and who is working toward his her initiation. Rush 237 k °d V £ V°V e ° Do not go into rush with the idea that it will be easy for you or easy for the Greeks. Many times a Greek will have their heart set on a prospective pledge, but he she will regret the bid or even pledge a different group. It takes time to get to know your new brothers and sisters, so don ' t expect it all to happen at once. Whatever you do, once you pledge, you will find that Greek life and all the hassels of rush are well worth it. There ' s nothing like being a Greek. This Page: While fraternity rush is less structured and open to new ideas such as air-band competition, sorority rush follows a more rigid, planned schedule. Opposite Page: Barbecues and other cook-outs give fraternity men and women the chance to get some good, home- cooked meals and some friendly conversation. 238 Rush Alpha ' Delta Alpha Delta Pi was found- ed 1851 at Wesleyan Wom- en ' s College in Macon, Georgia. It was the first so- rority and is the mother of the Greek system as we know it today. The sisters and pledges of the Epsilon Kappa chapter of ADPi participates in many different activities beginning with rush in the fall. Fall also includes pledge swaps, so- cials, TSU football games, and intramural volleyball. Winter quarter is full of such things as the initiation of our new sisters, our fund-raising project to support the Ron- ald McDonald Houses of America, intramural basket- ball, and dinners for our sis- ters, pledges and big broth- ers. Perhaps the most enjoy- able time is spring quarter when we occupy " Pace Beach " in an effort to get ahead on our savage tans. Spring also means Derby Week, Greek Week, soft- ball, and beach parties. - ■MP 4 4 A X ' i ' Top: Big Brothers: Row One: Andy Martin, Wayne Martin and Doug Sims. Row Two: Pat Smith, Robert Guyton and Charlie Finch. Row Three: John Clark and Casey Hous- ton. Center Left: Happy faces on Squeal Day. Center Right: ADPi ' s and the Sig ' s at a pledge swap on Halloween. Bottom Left: Andy Mar- tin, King of Diamonds. Bottom Right: Paige and Amanda united as pledge sisters. ■■■J I 240 Alpha Delta Pi V TOP: Row One: Jennifer Girdner. Chriss Dyke, Gayle Luhmann. Valer- ie Burke. Dana Ellis, Kelli O ' Reilly, Molly Trombetta, and Kaye Math- eny. Row Two: Crickett White, Suzy Hill, Patty Rodriguez, Kim Kelley, Lynn Allen, Lisa Taylor, and Leigh Whiddon. Row Three: Michelle Smart, Elizabeth Fowler, Angie Kel- ley, Glenda Fortner, Kecia Hutson. Kim Murphy, and Suzy Bell. Row Four: Suellen Snoekstra, Jenny Pan- ton, Mary Blair Ray, Kim Collins, Karol Wells, Jacque Hendrix, Pam Boyd, Paige McCallister, Allyson Keel, Kathy Duncan, Jenny Enzor, Traci Baker, Cammy Smith, Elizabeth Lewis, Lisa Sprague, and Debi Mar- shall. Top: Row O ne: Leslie Carroll. Karen Grider, Scott English, Becky Bass, Amy Barton, Krista Inman, Hal Har- well, Laura Inman, Deanna Klesh, Julie Forrester, Leah Borie, Tonia Rodgers and Annemarie Bell. Row Two: Jill Meece, Traci Smith, Derek Young, Becky Bowes, Susan Peevy, Candi Atkins, Wendy Lanham, Jane Dixon, Shannon Hall, Amy Craig, Cinda Clingenpeel, Elaine Cox, Amanda Ober, Shawn Webster, Micki McDowell and Angela Wilker- son. Row Three: Neal McGee, Tammy Grover, Carrie Clikas, Mary Carol Moss, Marie Bush, Julie Brown, Debbie Hunt, Terri Turner, Mary Lisa Barron and Linda Lee. Row Four: Jim Wyatt, Darlene Garner, Lauri Lowery, Sean Peters, Amy Williams, Judy Berretto, Laurie Mitchell, Jill Kirkpatrick and Cathy Crumly. Row Five: Wes Thornal, Malinda Ash- craft, Sherri Kennett, Tana Hill, Lisa Prigden, Becky Feria, Lynn Smith and Jerilyn Cassady. Row Six: Leigh Golden, Teresa Phillips, Debra Rouse, Wade Wilson, Todd Glidewell, Kim McVay, Suzanne Kopf, Tammi Burdick, Natalie Nor- man and Lisa Kay Vaughn. 242 Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha ' Delta ■ ■ , The Gamma Sigma chap- ter of Alpha Gamma Delta showed their spirit, strength, and sisterhood in an exciting year, marking their 14th year on TSU ' s campus. Beginning the year with an outstanding rush, the Al- pha Gam ' s fall quarter was highlighted Py winning SPK for the sixth consecutive year, placing second in so- rority volleyball, and having Laura Benefield crowned Miss Fall Rush. Winter quarter proved just as eventful as the Alpha Gams ' Amanda Ober was chosen Miss TSU and as the group ' s basket- ball team won the intramu- ral championship. Culminating the year was their first annual " Dash for a Cure, " through which they raised over $2,800 for the Juvenile Diabetes Founda- tion. The AGDs studied as hard as they played, win- ning them the scholarship tropy for the second con- secutive year. 35 . mG Opposite Page: Bottom Left: The Alpha Gam ' s enjoying themselves at a fraternity rush party. Bottom Right: Joining together to support TSU ' s Homecoming festivities. This Page: Top: Karen with her beloved puppy Tessa. Center Left: Big Brothers: Row One: Wade Wilson and Scott English. Row Two: Sean Peters, Derek Young, Shannon Hall, Jim Wyatt, Hal Harwell, Wes Thor- nal, Neal McGee and Todd Glidewell. Center Right: Fall pledges leading the way to AGD spirit. Bottom Left: Excited sisters and enthusiastic pledges united on Sueal Day. Bottom Right: Chapter Sweetheart, Scott English. Alpha Kappa Alpha Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror- ity, Inc. was founded Janu- ary, 1908 at Howard Univer- sity, Washington, D.C. It is the oldest Greek-let- ter sorority founded by black women. In a period of 78 years, AKA has grown to well over 85,000 initiated members. The Mu Alpha chapter of AKA was founded at TSU in 1978. Since then, the soros have strived to maintain academic excellence and high ethical standards. The AKA women partici- pate in many campus orga- nizations and community activities. Top: Soros love to personalize ev- erything with the AKA letters. Cen- ter Left: Soros enjoyed a Winter Greek social. Bottom: AKA Sweet- hearts, Clarence, Wren, and Ger- ald, gave their constant support throughout the year. 244 Alpha Kappa Alpha Alpha Kappa Alpha 245 Omega Chi Omega has become the fastest growing fraterni- ty on campus. In their years of existence, they have achieved many goals and are on their way to attaining many more. Chi Omega is comprised of well rounded women, all of whom are active in sever- al campus organizations such as Mortar Board, ACUB, SGA, and University Danc- ers. They are very proud to have the Panhellenic presi- dent for the upcoming year. Successes for 1985-86 in- cluded placing third in Sig- ma Chi Derby Week, having Tammy Ford chosen as Del- ta Chi Calendar Cover Girl and Derby Darling and Pam Williams chosen as fourth runner-up in Miss TSU, and winning the scholarship tro- phy winter quarter. Chi Omega stresses ex- cellence and campus in- volvement, but most of all, they stress individualism. Top: The Chi-O ' s sponsored an " Apple Polishing " social with cam- pus faculty. Center Left: Squeal Day was an exciting culmination for Fall rush. Center Right: Chi-O ' s ex- celled once again in Derby Week. Bottom: Unlikely but true, tug-of- war was as competitive for sorori- ties as it was for fraternities. ■ Top: Row One: Penni Paxton. Angie Overstreet. Karen Smith, Wendy Farmer, Regina Dyson, Lisa Boutwell, Jodie Roy, Heather Hig- don, Tina Lockett, Stacy Atkinson, Veronica Benefield and Julie Smith. Row Two: Laura Tansey, Jimma Lawson, Sharan Brewster, Susan Murphy, Tina Bradley, Darci Little, Sandra Moultrie, Alison Wynn and Ashley Hill. Row Three: Darlene Hutchinson, Kim Payne, Annette Jones, Allison Ambercrombe, Tammy Ford, Susan Jones, Barbara Hayes, Merrian Mincey and Amy Shoquist. Row Four: Joetta Manchac, Jenni- fer Farris, Toni Lavis, Lee Ann Mason, Paule Johnson, Melissa Mincey, Donna Culverhouse, Tracy Lang- ford and Kim Brannon. Row Five: Cara Carter, Kelley Price, Ginger King, Rhonda Kelly, Jan Kuntz, Kim Miller, Deborah May, Lori Funk, Su- san Weldon, Ginger Worley and Rachel Johnson. Center Left: Chi- O ' s show their spirit at Homecom- ing. Center Right: Regina and Alison show the Chi-O ' s support for the many fund raisers held at the amory. Bottom: Tammy Ford won the title of Derby Darlin ' for her so- rority. Chi Omega 247 Top: Row One: Freddy Thomas, Debbie Thomas, Diane Shipman, Vanessa Kincey, Sharon Bell, Donna Griffin and Tommy Robinson. Row Two: Vivian Davenporf, Barnard Westin, Charmayne Griffin, Gwen- dolyn Ellis, Jerry Taylor, Pam Combs, Gloria Lynch, Jennifer Page, Ted Horstead and Fay Davis. m% 248 Delta Sigma Theta • 1 Delta Sigma Zhcta In 1978. the Nu Theta chapter of Delta Sigma The- ta was founded. Since that time, DST women have been a motivating force on campus in their endeavors to uphold the ideals for which they are nationally known. They have orga- nized many functions that are service oriented and so- cially geared toward the campus and community. Nu Theta is noted for its nursing home visits and child tutoring services. Other events during the year in- clude participation in Greek Week, Miss TSU, Greek shows and dances, and their traditional Delta Week. Dur- ing Delta Week 1986, the DST women presented a scholarship to a deserving young lady from Charles Henderson High School. Top: The Delta ' s had fun at their 10th anniversary stepping party. Center Left: DST women were ex- cited to greet their guests at the rush party. Center Right: Delta Loves: Row One: Bernard Weston, Jerry Taylor and Tommie Robinson. Row Two: Ted Horstead, Michael James and Freddie Thomas. Not Pictured: Victor Whitten, Anthoney Parks, Andre Pollard, Michael May, Harold Banks, Vicitias Lyons and Tim Martin. Bottom: The DST ' s were ex- cited to have so many turn out to help them celebrate. Kappa Delta Kappa Delta ' s motto, " Let us strive for that which is Honorable, Beautiful, and Highest, " was exemplified during the 1985-86 year. KD ladies were involved in nu- merous campus activities ranging from Mortar Board to cheerleading to colle- giate sports. Highlights for the year in- cluded two sisters being chosen to the Homecoming Court, two placing as fina- lists in Miss Venus and one being selected as 2nd run- ner-up to Miss TSU. The KD ladies excelled in athletics, winning the sorority volley- ball championship and the Greek Week trophy. Keep- ing their grades in mind, they were proud to win the schol- arship trophy Fall quarter. With a diverse group of la- dies, each expounding her ideals and interests, the KD ' s were able to strengthen their bond of sisterhood. Top: New pledges delighted with being united with their KD sisters on Squeal Day. Center Left: Kappa Delta Darlings: Dickie Nachman, Ian Hunt, Billy Painter, Ed Nix, Darrell Schneider, Brent Stokes, Bill Gaus- phaul and Mike Elmore. Center Right: KDs showed their spirit at Sig- ma Chi Derby. Bottom Left: Sweet- heart: Bill Gausphaul. Bottom Right: Becca Brown cheered her sisters on during Greek Week. 250 Kappa Delta Top: Row One: Nancy Saunders, Jennifer Clyatt. Jennifer Brown, Sheila Culpepper, Leigh Grant, Car- ol Mitchell, Pam Johnson. Pat Park- er, JoAnna Brantley, Carrie Jinright and Jerolyn Dean. Row Two: Donna Ivey, Ginger Street, Peggy McCon- nell, Stefanie Medley, Leslie Allen, Kim Gore, Tammy Murden, Ashley Griswold, Susan Foshee, Kim Fuller, Allison Mullins and Missy Phelps. Row Three: Dana Ross, Beth Davis, Mari- john Moschel and Allyson KillePrew. Row Four: Erin Kelley, Ginger God- win, Chris Reeves, Cathy Crow, Lynn Patterson, Becca Brown, Cathy Carr, Susan Wyncoop and Nancy Sykes. Row Five: Jeannine (con ' t Pelow) ' 44 Porter, Angel Johnson, Missy Slack, Angel Vines, Laura Heisler, Angi Bul- lard, Jenni James, Teresa Sykes, Kay Petty, Cile Parish, Julie Saunders, Donna Anderson, Tammy Claunch, Lisa Pridgen and Lori Rob- ertson. Kappa Delta 251 Top: Row One: Susie Skowron, Ro- sanna DiCesare, Missy Schofield, Dana Davenport, Gigner Piazza, Kimmie Smith, Lesley Pugh, Meg Greene and Diana Applegate. Row Two: Marie Ward, Cindy Brown, Tammie Scott, Julie Eslinger, Sabrina Layton, Aleta Dewberry, Rae Ann Christensen, Michelle Se- kula, Angie Peacock, Kenda Phillips, Lee Coate and Marianne Floyd. Row Three: Diedre Wilson, Renee Gunter, Mari Harrison, Vicki Barlow, Sharon Reed and Elaine Dailey. Row Four: Pam Jones, Judy Helms and Paige Pugh. Row Five: Anne Donohue, Tracy Strouse, Janet Crowell, Wendy Rogers, Gina Soto, (con ' t below) 252 Phi Mu The Kappa Gamma chapter of Phi Mu Pegan an eventful year Py pledging quota during fall rush. The excitement of fall quarter was captivated Py the an- nual teeter-totter to raise money for Project HOPE. The Phi Mu ' s also had a com- memoration Panquet cele- Prating 20 successful years on campus. MemPers were involved in organizations such as Mortar Board, SGA, University Dancers, and cheerleading. Their various activities make the sorority a diversified group of hard-working indi- viduals. Phi Mu ' s sponsored girls in Miss TSU, Miss Venus, and several other contests. Many of the sisters are also honored as fraternity little sisters and sweethearts. While also participating in DerPy Week and Greek Week, Phi Mu ' s year was filled with fun. Top: The Phi Mu ' s were pleased with an excellent Fall rush. Center Left: Greek Week proved to be fun for those competing and those cheering them on. Center Right: Big Brothers: Row One: Michael Miller, Chris Young. Andrew Henderson and Scott Dew. Row Two: Casey Williams, Frank Dicesare, Paul Gil- bert, Dan Morrison. Chad White, Gibson Vance, Tony Young and Ed Parrish. Bottom Left: Phi Mu ' s got it together for Greek Week. Bottom Right: Paul Gilbert. Sweetheart. ■ Phi Mu 253 Zeta fteta Zeta Phi Beta was orga- nized on January 16, 1920 at Howard University and since has increased its numbers to more than 300 undergrad- uate chapters. Its members posses the strength and means to contribute to the encouragement of higher scholarship and to those groups striving for the bet- terment of communities and the world. The membership of Zeta Phi Beta includes women in the professions of medicine, law, dentistry, invention, the fine arts, teaching and many other fields of higher learning. Zeta Phi Beta women have played an im- Top: Penny Woody served as Presi- dent of Zeta Phi Beta for the ' 85- ' 86 school year. Bottom: The Zeta ' s gathered with other Greeks for a Stepping Exhibition during spring quarter. portant role in world, nation- al, state and local affairs. They have taken a firm stand for the rights protec- tion of minority groups. In addition, the sorority has tra- ditionally entended aid to the needy through relief work, voluntary services, and organized charities. Granting scholarships and fellowships to deserving women students furthers the sorority ' s attempts to pro- mote higher education. Zeta Phi Beta 254 V A, Top: Tammy Means. Audrey Nel- son, Kimberly Perry, Tricia Rainey, Yolanda Truitt and Gladys Woody. Center Left: Zeta Phi Beta officers were Penny Woody — president. Kimberly Perry — secretary, Tricia Rainey — vice president, and Au- drey Nelson — treasurer. Center Right: The Zeta ' s practiced getting their steps together for the spring exhibition. Zeta Phi Beta 255 faterfrateti Co, The Interfraternity Council, (I.F.C.), is the governing body for all fraternities. The group is composed of repre- sentatives of each of the T.S.U. fraternities and strives to promote unity throughout the Greek system. During the 1 985-86 school year, I.F.C. worked diligently to harmonize the efforts of all fraternities to better pro- mote Greek life. This was il- lustrated in the council ' s or- ganization of Greek Week. As John Erdosey, Vice Presi- dent of I.F.C. indicated, " We wanted Greek Week to promote fun rather than rivlary. " This was demon- strated as all fraternity men, combined with sorority women, jointly planned a " big name " band to per- form in concert as a finale to Greek Week. TOP: Row One: Andre Pollard (KA ), Jim Wyatt (2X). Carl McNeece (IIK ), Frank DiCesari (2AE), and Dru Jacobs(2n). Row Two: Wayne Bassett (AX), Wayne Martin (AX), Bryan Her- rington(TKE), Jim Mixon (211), and Randall Parker (KA ). Row Three: Troy Williams (KA ), Terry Tase (IlK i ), David Greenspan (2X). John Erdosey (riA f ), and Kenton Odums (TKE). Row Four: Jeter Brock (AXA), Terry Riley (AXA), Jerry Foster (2AE), and Herbert Reeves; faculty adviser. Officers Terry Tase — Treasurer Jim Mixon — Publicity Chairman John Erdosey — Vice President Randall Parker — Secretary Jerry Foster — President 256 Interfraternity Council Pfibkelknic Panhellenic Council is the governing body for Troy State ' s sororities and serves as a memeber of the Na- tional Panhellenic Council which promotes the ideals of Greek women through- out the United States and Canada. Formed in 1967, Troy State ' s council pro- motes sorority leadership, scholarship, and community service while continually stressing unity among Greek women and throughout the Greek system. Panhellenic began meet- ing monthly with I.F.C. during the 1985-86 school year to better facilitate their goal of unity. Together, the two councils planned Greek Week, Rush, and other Greek related events. By coorelating the calenders of the fraternities and sorori- ties, the Greek system as a whole was better supported and organized. Top: Row One: Rhonda Waters (KA) and Sara Kate Gibbs (ATA). Row Two: Lori Hussey ( M), Myra Webb (Xfi), Paige Pughe ( M), and Sharon Reed ( M). Row Three: Ann Johnson (ArA), Julie Forrester (ArA), Kath- leen Purcell (Xfi) and Kim Collins (AAII). Row Four: Jerolyn Dean (KA), Chris Reeves (KA) and Helen Leverette; adviser Officers Rhonda Waters — Secretary Myra Webb — First Vice President Ann Johnson — President Lori Hussey — Second Vice President Kim Collins — Treasurer Panhellenic Council 257 Mr. Greek Merrill Bankester Mr. Merrill Bankester was presented the Mr. Greek Award by I.F.C. President Jerry Foster. E Mr. I.F.C. Gregg Chandler Mr. Merrill Bankester presented the Mr. I.F.C. award to Gregg Chan- dler, a member of Sigma Chi frater- nity and a big brother for Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Miss Panhellenic Donna Anderson Mrs. Helen Leverette presented the Miss Panhellenic award to Donna Anderson, a member of Kappa Del- ta sorority and a little sister for Sig- ma Chi fraternity. Greek Awards 259 Top: Row One: Debbie Dowdle, Lissa Brown. Janet Hoik, Lisa Boutwell, Tammy Scott, Darell Schneider, Kay Farrar and Jennifer Brown. Row Two: Randy Becham, Chip Smith, Kay Petty, Ginger God- win, Angel Johnson, Hal Brunson, John Griffin, Dave Watson, Chuck Boggs, Bert Kelly, Larry Gell, Tres Parker, Jeff Tabler and Wayne Mar- tin. Row Three: Richard Mays, Tammy Ford, Mike Cutrazzula, Wade Adams, Mike Lecroy, Phillip Gilley, Ricky Hall, Buddy Clark, Shar- on Adams, Larry Crisp, Rosanna Shaprack, Pat Smith, David Brun- ning, Rae Denison, Robert Maynard and Robert Wagner. Roof: Roy Wil- liams, Wayne Bassett, Mike Amison and Jonathan Spann. Delta Chi 260 Delta Troy State chapter ot Del- ta Chi fraternity exper- ienced a successful year by continuing the tradition and ideals that have been with its chapter for the past 20 years. Fall quarter was trium- phant as the DCs placed well overall in intramural football, obtained an ener- getic pledge class, and col- lected thirteen beautiful girls for the Delta Chi Calender, with their very own Tammy Ford being chosen as Cover Girl. The rest of the year was a blast, as the DCs traveled to Sugar Mt., NC, for their annual winter ski trip and to Panama City, FL, for their annual spring beach party. Spring was further en- hanced by the Del ta Chi Traditional Gala at the Troy Country Club, which cele- brated the fraternity ' s 20th anniversary at TSU. Laua capped off the DCs suc- cessful year by offering an entire spring weekend of good food and good friends. Top: The DCs cooked ribs and chicken for their Fall rush parties. Center Left: Robert, also known as " Cowboy, " crashed on his loft at the DC house. Center Right: DC Lit- tle Sisters: Sharon Adams, Tammy Ford, Suzanne Studstill, Lissa Brown, Jennifer Brown, Kay Farras, Debbie Dowdle, Janet Hoik, Tammy Scott, Ginger Godwin, Kay Petty, Angel Johnson and Rosanna Sharprack. Bottom: The DCs participated in a Three Notch Block Party fall quarter. h — Delta Chi 261 Kappa Alpha The Theta Phi chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi was char- tered on November 27, 1976 at TSU. The charter line consisted of twenty mem- bers. From that original twenty, the chapter has ini- tiated over seventy broth- ers. The Theta Phi chapter works in the community as well as on campus. Some of the projects include yard cleanup for the elderly, Adopt-a-child for a day, raising money for OCAP and their annual Spring Greek Show. Over the years, the broth- ers who have pledged Kappa Alpha Psi have come from varied aspects of life for one common purpose: to strive in brotherhood to maintain in their hearts and lives the true meaning of Phi Nu Pi. Top: Anothy Brown took a rest after track and field events for Greek Week. Center Left: Mike Haynes called for a time out during the " Red White " game. Center Right: Kappa ' s and their guests en- joyed a Spring quarter toga party. Bottom: Rod Knight signaled the Kappa ' s public hand sign . . . 262 Kappa Alpha Psi Top: Row One: Abraham Clark Row Two: Alphonza Crawford. Car- lus Hicks, James Davis. Bernard Weston, Tommy Lee Robertson, Mi- chael May, Jerry Taylor and Troy Williams. Center Left: The Kappa ' s held a " Red White " football game during the spring. Center Right: Independants were able to look through scrapbooks and talk to brothers at a display in the Ad- ams Center. Bottom: The Spring quarter toga party was lots of fun for Kappa ' s and their friends. ft Kappa Alpha Psi 263 Top: Row One: Zack Haley. Rick Shera, Billy Schlicher, Andy Taylor, Gerilyn Barr, Vicki Barlow, Jeter Brock, Shannon Collins, Frank Laxon, Julie Eslinger, and Monica Cuellar. Row Two: Tom Whitehead, Deena Pregno, Mark Price, Kim Cherry, Ter- ry Riley, Roger Davis, Jimmy Snell- grove, Matt Mitchell, Melissa Min- cey, Wayne Simpkins, Missy Waller, Chad White, and Bryan Cooke. Row Three: Cindy Stokely, Sabrina Gatty, Dewayne Harrington, Lee Cornelious, Kit Smith, Stephanie Douglas, Jana Dasinger, Don McGriff, Margaret Berry, Tim Smith, Steve Stutts, Meriann Mincy, Mike Campbell, and Sue Calioris. Row (Con ' t.) Four: Tim Norris, Lisa Nelson, Andy Ming, Sam Cuartis, Tiffany Mc- Donald, Mark Inlow, Jeff Parrish, Randy Kroll, Mike Renaker, and Hen- ry Stone. Row Five: Joe Ebner, Bill Gunter, Keith Weeks, Tony Grafals, Craig North, Scott Steele, Marcus Howell, Steve Weatherington, Chris McDonald, Jeff Soucida, and Gus Silva. Roof: Ken Rose, Jay Floyd, Dave Young, Andy Puryear, and Paul Saour. Center Left: Little Sisters: Row One: Lisa Nelson, Cindy Stokely, Gerilyn Barr, Vicky Barlow, Margaret Berry, and Julie Eslinger. Row Two: Deena Pregno, Kim Cherry, Stephanie Douglas, Melissa Mincy, Janna Da- singer, and Monica Cuellar. Row Three: Tiffany McDonald, Sue Ca- lioris, Sabrina Gatty, Lee Cornelious, Melissa Mincy and Missy Waller. Not Pictured: Lee Duncan, Shelia Mad- dox, Micki McDowell, and Anita Reed. Cambda Alpha M The Sigma Tau chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha has had a very active year. Activi- ties featured the Fall quarter Air Band party, the annual Sorority President Kidnap, and their spring Polynesian party. The men of Lambda Chi raised money to support the Pike County Pensions Board and donated their ex- tra time to the local kids at the Baptist Children ' s Home. Lambda Chi ' s individual- ism is reflected in the various activities its members pur- sue. These include SGA, DPMA, Pied Pipers, Campus Outreach, ROTCH, TSU Band, Gamma Beta Phi, and both collegiate and intra- mural sports. They are proud to have as their advisers such distinguished TSU per- sonalities as Chancellor Ralph W. Adams, Dr. Forest Petry, and Dr. James Kim- brough. ML " a ' jSI ' wt 1 (E5?F B5V-j ft J " mBSfBt m ■ r .5 Xa m 1 MB M m WM tf ft Top: Randy and Andrea enjoyed themselves at a Lambda Chi rush party. Center Left: The Lambda Chi ' s led the crowd in singing " Sweet Home Alabama " at their SPK band party. Top Right: Greek Week track events found the Lambda ' s cheering on their guys. Bottom Left: Jeter Brock served as Lambda Chi ' s president. Bottom Right: Deena Pregno. Lambda Chi Alpha Cresent Girl. Lambda Chi Alpha 265 Kappa The Gamma Gamma chapter of Pi Kappa Phi celebrated its 20th anniver- sary at TSU with a dynamic year. At their annual Rose Banquet, the National Ex- ecutive Director Durward Owen congratulated the Pi Kapps on their incredible his- tory. Senior Terry Tase was named brother-of-the-year while Julie Saunders was recognized as the new Rose. Other events for the year included Beach Party in Pa- nama City and their tradi- tional Jungle Party, both of which provided lots of fun for brothers, alumni and guests. The brotherhood was excited to host another successful Bunny Contest for Project P.U.S.H. A highlight for the Gamma Gamma ' s was being the first Pi Kappa Phi chapter to ini- tate 500 brothers in 20 years. They received the Master Chapter Award in recognition of this accom- plishment. t " Top: Charles, the fraternity secre- tary, kept their records straight. Center Left: Giving it their all won the Pi Kapps the Greek Week championship. Center Right: Jeff, Paul, Channing, David, and Joel celebrated the success of Spring Bunny Contest. Bottom Left: Julie Saunders was named Rose during Winter quarter. Bottom Right: Wade Riley placed second for the Pi Kapps in squatting during Greek Week. Top Row One: Wade Wilson, Leigh Grant. Shannon Hall. Keith Pruitt, John Williamson, Michele Guy, Rusty Taylor and Brad Austwick. Row Two: Jeff Peel, Lori Cohalich, Steve Caporini. Stephanie Medley, Dave Giuollet, Eddie Barnett, and Keith Maddox. Row Three: Terry Tase, Laura Inman, Kathy Duncan, Glenn Spangler, Shannon StebPins. Mike Padgett, Carl McNeece, Jeff Cur- vin, Angie Breadwell and Ladonna Ingram. (Con ' t. Pelow). Row Four: Charlie Dormer, Ginger Street, Julie Saunders, Larry O ' Dowd, Chris Reeves, Becca Brown, Chuck Womack, Dave GranPerry and Jim Lavender. Row Five: Chris Hamilton, Paul Howell, Todd Norman, Jay Bickel, Jason Jones, Vic RoPerts, Chuck Norris and Doug Gresham. Roof: RoPert Guyton, Amanda OPer, Dickie Nachman, Gary Elmore, Mike Ros- kos, Phillip Grey, Cary Wilson, John Erdosey, Wade Riley, Charles Schley, Joel Shields, Alan Ruud, Keith Morgan, Chuck Owens and Lannie Smith. Center Left: Fall ' 85 pledge Profil- ers celebrated their initiation. Cen- ter Right: Little Sisters: Row One: La- donna Ingram, Laura Inman, Lori Cohalich, Leigh Grant and Julie Saunders. Row Two: Stephanie Medley, Angie Breadwell, Kathy Duncan, Amanda OPer, Ginger Street, Chris Reeves and Becca Brown. Not Pictured: Leslie Carroll, Cherie Hogan, Ann Johnson, Darcy Little, Nancy Polish, Molly Rhodes and Gwen Stone. Bottom: Glenn Spangler and Leslie Carroll dancing at the Three Notch Block Party. Pi Kappa Phi 267 Top; Row One: Charles Mooney, Rick Rikand, Wendy Farmer. Fred Law, Kenny Hughes, Tony Atkins, Wes White, William Whittle, Darren Owens and Kent Olson. Row Two: Carmi Lowery, Ed Parrish, Marianne Floyd, Dave Britton, Michele Sekula, Linda Lee, Steve Schaper, Vincent Vincent, Rosanna DiCesare, Deb- bie Niccolucci, Martha Mixon, Bryan Wallace, Sherri Musgrove, Andy Sul- livan and Sam Sandusky. Row Three: Jeff Reese, Frank DiCesari, Tommy Garrett, Andrew Hender- son, Shelly Reynolds, Taylor Caffey. Dana Ellis, Susan Foshee, Marge Hawkins, (con ' t. below). - : ■ • " - 1 ■ l «£ w J m si . r j Neal McGee, Jody Houston, Britt Snider, Deanna Klesh, David Ritchie, Casey Houston, Erin Kelley and Scott Caraway. Row Four: Lee Denham, Scott McDonald, Scott Holley, Jeff Johnson, Cliff Straughn, Scott Galbreth, Hugh Youngers, Jerry Foster and Andy Remsburg. Center Left: The E ' s enjoyed their first plege swap with the Phi Mu So- rority. Center Right: Little Sisters: Row One: Michele Sekula, Dana Ellis, Marianne Floyd, Shelly Reynolds, Wendy Farmer, Martha Mixon, De- anna Klesh and Rosanna DiCesari. Row Two: Linda Lee, Erin Kelley, Marge Hawkins, Debbie Niccolucci, Susan Foshee and Sherri Musgrove. Bottom: Andrew Henderson and Andy Sneed greeted potential pledges at the SAE house. 3»! 3Sf£ 268 Sigma Alpha Epsilon I Sigma Alpha Spsilon M - ■■■ ' I The Alabama Epsilon chapter of Sigma Alpha Ep- silon had an outstanding school year, as the SAE men placed first in every intramu- ral sport for a triumphant win of the All-Sports Trophy. The E ' s had an exciting fall quarter, hosting their annual Sexy Legs contest and win- ning the off-campus and overall Homecoming lawn display competition. Spring was fun as SAE brothers, pledges, and guests en- joyed " Magnolia Week. " The national fraternity celebrated its 130th year and its history of 200,000 ini- tiated members. In Troy, the E ' s enjoyed their sixth year at TSU and initiated their 150th brother. SAE members showed their strength in campus activities as they had brothers who were in- volved in SGA, Campus Outreach, collegiate singers and TSU dramatic produc- tions, just to name a few. In this and many other ways, the SAE ' s showed their strength and unity. Top Dave Britton greeting friends at an SAE fall rush party. Center Left: E ' s giving their all during Greek Week. Center Right: A dynamic year in intramurals won the E ' s the all-sports trophy. Bottom Phi Mu so- rority enjoyed a " KamiKaze " swap with SAE brothers and pledges. Sigma During the past year, Eta Phi Chapter of Sigma Chi has continued in its pursuit of ex- cellence. At the Leadership Training Workshop in August, the chapter was awarded two of the Fraternity ' s most prestigious honors — the Pe- terson Significant Chapter Award for overall excel- lence and the Legion of Honor Award for scholastic achievement. Locally, the Sigma Chi brothers have been hon- ored with induction into Mor- tar Board, Who ' s Who, Omi- cron Delta Kappa and Tro- jan Ambassadors. Outstand- ing rush functions have yield- ed fine scholars, athletes,, and artists — combining to promote diversity and indi- viduality. With such campus leaders as the SGA president, the yearbook editor and Greek of the Year, Sigma Chi has enjoyed a banner year. TROJANS I Top: Bruce and Kim joined the Sig ' s festivities after Homecoming. Center Left: Little Sigs: Row One: Gretchen Crim, Jean Brown, Suzy Hill, Suzy Bell, Mary Ivey and Missy Phelps. Row Two: Julie Brown, Pat Parker, Patty Rodriguez, Leah Borie, Krista Inman, Kim Hodges and De- lia Overton. Row Three: Lisa Smilie, Maureen Forthman, Lori Hussey, Linda Borie, Boo Levitt and Kim McVay. Center Right: Reid, Gerry and Darlene enjoyed a little sig cookout. Bot- tom Left: Sweetheart, Patty Rodriguez. Bot- tom Right: Todd, a Fall quarter pledge, and Scott greet other prospects at Miss Fall Rush. 270 Sigma Chi Top: Row One: Dykes Culp. Jeff Drury, Rob Ivey, Greg Lunsford. Joey Bringardner. Billy Painter. Chris Smith. Ken Puckett, David Bell. Chuck Rutledge, Scooter Fletcher, Richard Lefew. David Greenspan and Jackie Mitchell. Row Two: Hal Harwell, Brook Allen, Sean Peters, Scott Marques, Robbie Stalculp, Scott Buff, Ben Smith, Cal Aber- crombie, Danny Nix, Ken Hamilton, Doug Sims, Andy Dye, Phillip Gibson, Garry Cannon, David Estes, Terry Trawick, Jeff Freeman, Charlie Finch, Audy McCathern, Jim Wyatt and Rick Sargento; Assistant Execu- tive Secretary from Headquarters. Row Three: Steve Wakefield, Joey Caldwell, Brian Cain, Paul Hovey, Todd Handcock, William Aultman, Jim Norton, Michael Miller, Jason Stephens, Gerry Brooks, Justin Dur- rance, Chris Young, Sam Harp, Wes Thornal, Jace Albury, Andy Martin, Bill Gausphol and Spanky Dykes. Row Four: Patty Rodriquez, Debbie Hunt, Teresa Sikes, Linda Borie, Leah Borie, Delia Overtone, Suzy Hill, Maureen Forthman, Rhonda Gun- ter, Kimmie Hodges, Kim McVay, Lisa Smiley, Pat Parker. Julie Brown, Darlene Garner, Pam Davis and Boo Leverette. • - ■ l Sigma Chi 271 Top: Row One: Jeff Preston and Keith Rials. Row Two: Tim Williams, Damon Webb, Paul Burkett, Mark Waren, Matt Hines and Jim Mixon. Row Three: Brooks Donald, Ken Lambert, Jim May and Jim William- son. Roof: Ken Hoffman, Mark Jones, Chuck Howell, Steve Svopa and Dru Jacobs. 272 Sigma Pi i ' •■ ' " - ' " ■■ ' •■ ' ' -- Sigma % The Delta Psi chapter of Sigma Pi fraternity prided it- self in dedication, sincerity and personal integrity as the entire brotherhood strived to achieve its goals for the 85-86 school year. The brothers and little sisters pro- vided continual support and enthusiasm for the TSU Greek system by participat- ing in rush, intramurals, and Greek Week. In addition, the Sigma Pi ' s were actively involved in campus organi- zations. Traditions played a major role with the Sigma Pi ' s as they welcomed parents, guests, and alumni to the house for the fall quarter Homecoming festivities and as they hosted their annual winter quarter Orchid Ball. Spring proved to be suc- cessful with their annual so- rority powder puff football competiton providing the means to raise money for their philanthropy project. Top: The Sigma Pi ' s " Tun Games Day " brought the sororities togeth- er once more in support for a fra- ternity ' s philanthropy project. Cen- ter Left: Little Sisters: Lynn McPher- son, Pamela Green, Elaine Dailey, Wendy Rogers, April Kysner and Keri Prather. Center Right: The Sigma Pi ' s always have fun around the fra- ternity house. Bottom: The powder puff games were an exciting way to bring Spring quarter to a close for the Sigma Pi ' s. Bottom Right: Sweetheart, Pamela Green. i . m 2m-M l T ' Sigma Pi 273 Top: Row One: Ramona McCol- lough, Michele Walker, Tanya Ga- vin and Muffy Edelberg. Row Two: Tom Green, Wayne Ludwig, Barry Frost, Karl Petteway, Davy Barron, Tom Flowers, Doug Trawick, Lynn Smith, Tony Maddox and Steven Jones. Row Three: Scott Allen, Mark Hall, Paul Johnston, Matt Causwell, Douglas Bell and Kenton Odums. Kappa Spsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon has es- tablished a tradition of ex- cellence in the areas of leadership, activities, and scholarship. TKE has consistently main- tained a remarkable grade point average, as the fra- ternity holds the record for the highest scholastic aver- age achieved in the TSU fra- ternity system. In addition. the TKE ' s are proud of their brother, Kenton Odoms, who was elected SGA Presi- dent for the 86-87 school year. They pride themselves not only for their successes in academic and campus in- volvement, but also for their support in the betterment of the TSU Greek system. Top: TKE ' s were active during Greek Week. Center Left: The TKE brothers participated in a Three Notch Block Party fall quarter. Cen- ter Right: The TKE ' s fellowship in the comfort of their fraternity house. Bottom. Mike and Angie are familiar faces around the TKE house. Tau Kappa Epsilon 275 Adams, Tammy Allen, Lynn Avery. Diana Baker, Traci Bell, Suzy Bonn, Margie Boyd, Pam Brown, Lissa Burke, Valerie Coleman, Cathy Collins, Kim Cullen, Anna Dougias, Stephanie Dyke, Chriss Ferry, Dayna Flowers, Faye Fortner, Glenda Fowler, Elizabeth Girdner, Jennifer Hamilton, Beth Hendrix, Jacque Higdon, Karen Hutson, Kecia Keel, Allison Kelley, Angie Kelley, Kim Lewis, Elizabeth Luhmann. Gayle McCalister, Paige Marshall, Debbi Marshall. Diane Mercier, Paula Murphy, Kim O ' Rielly, Kelli Panton, Jenny Pearce, Amanda Ray, Mary-Blair Rodriquez, Patty Sharpe, Belinda Smart, Michelle Smith, Cammy Snoekstra, Suellen Smith, Cammy Stein, Sandi Studstill, Suzanne Taylor, Lisa Thurmon, Suzie Trombetta, Molly Wells, Karol Whiddon, Leigh White, Crickett Woodham. Kim Atkins, Candy Aultman, Margaret Barron, Mary-Lisa Barton, Amy Bass, Becky Bell, Annemarie Benefield, Laura Berretto. Judy Borie, Leah Bowes, Becky Brown, Julie Bush, Marie Carroll, Leslie Cassady, Jerilyn Clikas, Carrie Clingenpeel, Cinda Cox, Elaine Craig, Amy Crumly, Cathy Dixon, Jane Feria, Becky Forrester, Julie Garner, Darlene Gibbs, Sara-Kate Golden, Leigh Grider, Karen Grover, Tammy Hardin, Tresa Harper, Dawn Hunt, Debbie Hudson, Toni Inman, Krista 276 Greeks Inman. Laura Ivy. Mary Jelley. Darla Kennett. Sherri Kirkpatrick. Jill Klesh, Deanna Kopf. Suzanne Lanham. Wendy Lee, Linda Long, Kari Lowery, Lauri McDowell, Micki McVay, Kim Meece, Jill Mitchell, Laurie Moss, Mary Carol Musgrove. Sherri Ober, Amanda Peevy, Susan Phillips, Teresa Polish, Nancy Pottinger, Susan Pridgen, Lisa Rayfield, Abby Rodgers. Tonia Rouse, Debra Salter, Melissa Smith. Lynn Smith, Traci Turner, Terri Watkins, Jamie Webster, Shawn Wilkerson, Angela Williams, Amy Wilson, Ashley Vaughn, Lisa Kay Bellamy-Raybon. Edna Dunber, Denise Vaughn, Sonya Abercrombie, Allison Adkinson, Stacy Babington, Tina Benefield, Veronica Boutwell, Lisa Bradley, Tina Brannon, Kim Brewster, Sharon Brown, Julie Bruynell, Beth Carter, Cara Carter, Nanette Cuellar, Terri Culverhouse, Donna Duff, Susan Farmer, Wendy Farris, Jennifer Ford, Tammy Funk, Lori Hayes, Barbra Higdon, Heather Hill, Ashley Hoik, Janet Howard, Terri Hutchinson, Darlene Jones. Annette Jones, Susan Johnson, Rachel Kelley, Rhonda King, Ginger Kuntz. Jan Langford, Tracy Lavis, Toni Leverette, Laura Ligon, Lisa Little, Darci Lockett, Tina McDonald, Tiffany Madden, Karmen Manchac, Joetta Mason, Lee Anne May, Deborah Miller, Kim Mincey, Melissa Mincy, Meriann Greeks 277 Mixson, Martha Moultrie. Sandra Newton, Kim Overstreet, Angie Paxton, Penni Price. Kelley Roy, Jodie Sando. Brenda Scrushy, Kathleen Shoquist. Amy Smith, Julie Smith, Karen Tansey, Laura Webb, Myra Weldon, Susan Wilhoite, Rhonda Williams, Pam Worley, Ginger Ashford, Andrea Bell. Sharon Combs, Pamela Davenport. Vivan Davis, Fay Ellis, Gwendolyn Fitzpatrick, Marilyn Griffin. Charmene Griffin, Donna High, Sharon Kincey, Vanessa Lynch, Gloria Malone, Monica Page. Jennifer Thomas, Debbie Allen, Leslie Anderson, Donna Benton, Vicki Brantley, Joanna Brister, Sharri Brooks, Jill Brown, Becca Brown, Jennifer Brown, Suzi Bullard, Angie Carpenter, Mimi Carr, Cathy Claunch, Tammy Clyatt, Jennifer Crow, Cathy Culpepper. Shelia Davis. Beth Dean. Jerolyn Foshee, Susan Fuller, Kim Godwin, Ginger Gore, Kim Grant. Leigh Griswold, Ashley Harper, Lisa Heisler, Laura Ivy, Donna James, Jenni Jinright, Carrie Johnson, Angel Johnson, Pam Kellebrew, Alison Kelley, Erin Lott. Janet McQueen, Donna May, Robin Mitchell, Carol Moschel, Marijohn Mullins, Allyson Murden, Tammy Nolin, Amy Parish, Cile Parker, Pat Patterson, Lynn Petty, Kay Phelps, Missy Porter, Jeannine Reeves, Chris Ross. Dana Sasser, Shari Saunders. Nancy 278 Greeks Sikes. Nancy Slack. Missy Sykes, Teresa Vines, Angel Wyncoop. Susan Ashe. Gina Barfield. Caroline Barlow, Vicki Binford, Lori Brown, Carol Brown, Cindy Christenson. Rae Ann Coate. Lee Corsino, Diane DiCesare. Rosanna Dailey, Elaine Davenport. Dana Decker, Dawn Dewberry, Aleta Donohue. Anne Eslinger, Julie Floyd, Marianne Garrison, Wendy Gilmore, Kelly Green, Pamela Greene, Meg Gunter, Rhonda Hagadorn, Tammy Haney, Lynn Harrison, Mari Helms, Judy Hussey, Lori Jinright. Natalie Jones, Pam Layton, Sabrina Luna, Pat Messick, Karen Nelson, Lisa Peacock. Angie Phillips, Kendra Piazza. Ginger Price. Carla Pugh. Lesley Pugh, Paige Reed, Sharon Rhodes, Molly Richardson, Kristyn Rogers, Wendy Saliga, Debi Schofield, Melissa Scott, Tammie Sekula. Michelle Smith, Karen Smith, Kimmie Soto, Gina Stokley, Cindy Strouse, Tracy Thames, Lynn Thompson. Debbie Ward. Marie Zorn, Suzanne Means. Tammy Nelson, Audrey Perry. Kimberly Rainey. Tricia Truitt. Yolandra Woody. Gladys Adams, Wade Amison, Michael Barner, Bob Beckham, Randy Boggs, Charles Branning, David Bray, David Brunson, Hal Clark, Buddy Crisp, Larry Cutruzzula, Michael Denison, Rae Doty, Chris Dove, Brian Greeks 279 Gilley. Phillip Golden. Larry Griffin. John Grimes. Shane Holland, W. J. Kelly. Bert Kraemer, Ralph LeCroy. Mike Lunn, Dale Martin, Wayne Maynard. Robert Mays. Richard Mowery, Bill Paramore. Marcus Parker, Tres Reeves, Jimbo Smith, Chip Smith, Pat Spann. Jonathan Tabler, Jeff Vines, Stephen Wilson, Richard Carlson, Tony Conoly, David Cook. Glenn Harrison. Jeff Kelley. Chris Kennedy. Kevin Livingston. Mike Moore, James Smith, John Wilson, Keith Zapata, Danny Brown, Anthony Clark, Abraham Crawford, Alfonso Davis, James Jackson, Aldus Jackson, Willie Manora, Wade May, Mike Parker, Randall Pollard. Andre Robinson, Tommie Scott, Tommy Taylor, Jerry Tellis, Ken Thonton, Rodney Vaughn, Robert Weston, Bernard Westry, Milton Williams, Troy Allegri, Chris Brock, Jeter Campbell, Michael Cooke, Bryan Curtis, Samuel Davis, Roger Floyd, Jay Grafals, Tony Grubb, Trent Haley, Mathew Harrington, Dwayne Hatcher, Keith Holland, Steve Johnson, David Laxson, Frank Mauldin, Randy Mitchell, Matt hew Mock, Gary Musgrove, Todd Norris, Tim Parrish, Jeff Parrish, Tommy Potter, Kevin Price, Mark Raupp, Jeff Riley, Terry Rose, Ken Saour. Paul Shera. Rick 280 Greeks Silva. Gus Smith. Andy Smith, Kit m - ? ™ Smith, Tim B l Steele, Scott Stokes. Raymond 1 Stone, Henry Stutts, Steve Taylor. Andy 1 Turdo. Mike Wetherington, Steve White, Rob Whitehead. Thorn Young, David Baggett, Scott Barnett. Eddie Mkk ft Bickel. Jay r Campbell. Russ Z 1 B Caporini. Stephen A. ' H Curvin, Jeff H Doss. Sam Eldridge. Stan Elmore. Gary Gray. Philip Gresham, Doug jlM, j 1 Guilot. David 11 B Hall, Shannon ■p--» •• V ■ Hamilton. Chris Hendrix, Trip " J Jones, Jason Lavender, Jim Locklier, Greg McNeece. Carl Maddaloni. Chris . 1 Maddox. William Keith t Morgan, Keith f 1 ■ Murphree. Steve Bk y|H 1 Nachman. Dickie — J Norman, Todd Norris, Chuck Owens, Chuck Padgett, Mike Parker Keith Peel. Jeff Perry, Travis wk r ■ H Riley, Wade Roberts, Vic Roskos, Mike Ruud. Alan Schley, Charles Shields. Joel Showalter. Scott Silavent, Ronnie Smith, Lannie Spengler, Glenn Tase. Terry Taylor, Rusty Thomas, Channing Wilson, Cary r,;» 1 Barfield, Mannston ■ - ii Black, Mike » J Britton. Dave B Butler. Robert Caffey. Taylor Caraway. Scott Clickner, David f 1 1 DiCesare. Frank Denham, Donald W - - 1 B Finedore. Ray - ' B Foster. Jerry a . B Fowler, Timothy Galbraith. Scott Garrett, Jesse Green, Riley Grice, John H Griffith. Tom IS B Henderson, Andrew Holley, Steven ' B Houston, Casey Johnson, Jeffery Johnson, Tony Jordan, George Law, Fred Greeks 281 Lowery. Carmi McDaniel, Jeff McDonald. Scofty McGee, Neal Olson. Kent Owens. Darren Parish. Joseph Parsons. Richard Reese. Jeff Remsburg. Andy Rikard, Ric Ritchie, David Sanderson, Richard Schaper, John Schaper, Steve Snider. Britt Straughn, Cliff Thomas. Andy Thonebe. Douglas Vincent, Vincent Wallace, Bryan White, Thomas Whittle, William Young. Tony Youngers, Hugh Abercrombie. Cal Albury, Jace Amos, Cliff Ashcraft, Art Aultman, William Bell, David Bringardner, Joey Brooks. Gerry Buehler, Bruce Buff. Scott Cain. Brian Cannon, Garry Chandler, Gregg Colwell, Joey Dougherty, Ryan Dew, Scott Dickson, Mike Drury, Jeff Durrance, Justin Dye, Andy Dykes. Neal English, Scott Etterlee, Buddy Finch, Charlie Freeman, Jeff Gauspohl. Bill Gibson, Phillip Gradic, Dewayne Greenspan, Dave Grimes, David Hamilton, Ken Hancock, Todd Harp, Sam Harwell, Hal Hennigan, David Herold, Willy Hovey, Paul Hudson, Lee Hunt, Ian Hunt, Todd Kelly, Kevan Leffew, Richard Lott, Wiley Lunsford, Greg McCathern, Audy McCrudden, Shawn Marquess, Scott Miller, Michael Mitchell, Brad Mitchell, Jackie Nix, Daniel Norton, Jim Pichard, Reid Peters, Sean Puckett, Ken Rutledge, Chuck Sims, Doug Smith, Chris Shell, Devon Snyder, Brian 282 Greeks el gj r» ft eb V «] i w pi ,P I ! » Q M ' J tfs 1% 1 wt wit 1 1 V 9?A f?3 r i M bi ij r Stalcup. Robbie Stewart. Scott Thornal, Wes Vaught. Chris Wakefield. Steve Weaver. Rodney Weekley. Brian Wyatt, Jim Young. Chris Boshell. Alvin Burkett. Paul Carney. John Donald, Brooks Gardner. Scot t Howell. Chuck Jacobs. Dru Jones. Mark Lambert. Ken May. Jim Mixon, Jim Preston. Jeff Svopa. Steve Waren. Mark Webb. Damon Williams, Tim Allen. Scott Barron. Davy Barrown. Dean Carswell. Mather Coleman. James Fitswilliam. Sean Flowers. Tom Frost. Barry Green. Tom Holzsachuh. John Johnston. Paul Judy, Keith Cassiter, Laurence Lott. Murry Ludwig. Wayne Maddox. Tony Odums. Kenton Propst. Jeff Propst, Joe Ramer. Jon Trawick. Doug Wright, Denny Mr. Merrill Bankester, Dean of Hall School of Journalism, took the position of Interfra- ternity Council (IFC) adviser in the Fall of 1986. Prior to this, he had served as facul- ty adviser to Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, a group in which he became a mem- ber upon their chartering at TSU. As IFC adviser, Mr. Bankes- ter ' s primary objective is to establish harmony and group effort among the fra- ternities and sororities. He feels that they should strive to promote the Greek sys- tem as a whole. This is a goal which the IFC officers share and which they have further extended to the Panhellenic Council officers. TSU adopted an addition- al non-alcohol policy imme- diately following Fall Rush which imposed strict limita- tions on the Greek system. Initially, fraternity men grum- bled over the changes; however, Mr. Bankester feels that, with time, the Greeks will grow to be more responsive and more aware of the benefits the new poli- cy offers the system. Mrs. Helen Leverette ac- cepted the position as Pan- hellenic adviser midway through fall quarter. Prior to this, she served as faculty adivser to Chi Omega soror- ity. She was intiated into the group as an alumnae mem- ber, for, as an undergrad- uate, she attended TSU when there were no sorori- ties on campus. Though she enjoyed work- ing with her sorority individ- ually, Mrs. Leverette indicat- ed that Panhellenic has giv- en her the opportunity to meet more of the students at Troy, not only Greek women, but also Greek men, as IFC and Panhellenic began meeting monthly to correlate Greek activities. The Fall Quarter of 1986, Mrs. Leverette will partici- pate in Formal Rush as Pan- hellenic adviser. She is look- ing forward to this opportu- nity and to working with the sorority women during Rush. Having worked with pre-col- lege orientation in the past, she seems to be open-mind- ed about dealing with 200 potential Greeks. 283 Greeks Greek Week has become a traditional part of Spring quarter at Troy State. As in all other Greek systems, it is held in the spirit of the Olym- pian games of ancient Greece. In their days, the Greeks strived to achieve excellence in all aspects of their lives. This remains true for the Greeks of Troy State . . . excellence in scholar- ship, athletics, and parties, all of which they give 100%. The " party " was added to Greek Week for the first time in 1986, as TSU Greeks all chipped in out of their tight, collegiate budgets and financed the band " Harlequin " which per- formed at the armory on the last night of Greek Week. The events of Greek Week varied from the ultra- serious and ultra-extracting tug-of-war to the ever fun- ny mud volleyball. Orga- nized by a panel represent- ative of each fraternity and sorority, Greek Week ' s 1986 goal was not only to provide competitive, fun events, but also to bring the Greeks to- gether as a united body, encouraging and support- ing each member and orga- nization within the Greek system. 284 Greek Week Results Fraternities 1st place — Pi Kappa Phi 2nd place — Sigma Chi 3rd place — LamPda Chi Alpha Sororities 1st place — Kappa Delta 2nd place — Alpha Delta Pi 3rd place — Chi Omega Opposite page Phi Mu proved to be stiff competition in tug-of-war. Bottom Left: Sean Fitzwilliams re- presented the TKE ' s in squatting. Bottom Right: Susan Pottinger and Krista Inman " wrapped " their way to 2nd place in the Mummy Wrap. This Page: Top: Tug-of-war re- mained one of the more rivaled events of Greek Week for the men. Bottom Left: Mud Volleyball was the newest and funniest event. Bottom Right: David Clickner stretched out to make the most of the standing broad jump. Greek Week 285 Top Left: The Alpha Gam ' s were de- lighted to place first in mud volleyball. Top Right: Todd Hutsko did the broad jump for the Sigs. Center Left: the Del- ta ' s had fun in the basketball relay. Center Right: Sororities competed in pool for the first time in Greek Week. Bottom Left: Jennifer Clyatt played ping pong for the KD ' s, Bottom Right: Arm wrestling was another new event for the women. 286 Greek Week Greek Week 287 Miss Venus The Miss Venus pageant is an annual event which serves as a precursor to the bulk of the Greek Week events. Sponsored by the Panhellenic Council, the pageant is not considered part of the competiti ve games; therefore, no points are awarded to the sponsors of the contestant chosen as Miss Venus. To encourage support, participation points are given to the fraternities and sororities who have the highest per- centage of their membership present at the pageant. Contestants are judged on poise, grace, beauty and personality. Since Miss Venus reigns over all the activities of Greek Week, contestants must be a member of a sorority to participate in the pageant. The 1986 Miss Venus, Carrie Clikas, was sponsored by her sorority. Alpha Gamma Delta. The remaining Top Five were first runner-up Laura Benefield, second runner-up Jimma Lawson, Missy Phelps and Chris Reeves. Includ- ed in the top ten semi-finalists were: Julie Brown, Darlene Garner, Stephanie Medley, Pam Williams, and Susan Wyn- coop. C i S Km f 38 Miss Venus 290 Sports a Zroy State of Mind Sports Ginger Hackman Section Editor Meiinda Ashcraft Keith Harrell Dan Smith Joyce Sorrell Contributing Editors Greg Benton Cara English Ed Mosley Donald Norsworthy Dan Smith Photographers Football 292 Volleyball 300 Basketball 304 Baseball 316 Track and Field 322 Intramurals 326 Golt 338 Cheerleaders 346 Sports 291 NUMERICAL ROSTER Mike Turk — 1, Greg Stovall — 2, Titus Dixon — 3, Ted Clem — 4, Glen Klava — 5. Greg Harris — 7, Keith Wallace — 9, Brian Davis — 10, Bobby Godsey — 11, George Dothard — 12, Lee Hollingsworth — 13, Tommy Wasden — 14, Danny O ' Toole — 15, Ernie Terry — 16, Tommie Robinson — 17, Kenny Ed- denfield — 18, Anthony Parks — 19, Travis Kinesberger — 20, Freddie Taylor — 21, Alfred Gardner — 22, Jimmie Haywood — 23, Leonard Mixon — 24, Eddie Brundidge — 25, Daryl Wallace — 26, Tommy Du- gosh — 27, Jimbo Payne — 28, Johnny Butts — 29, Phil Brown — 30, Todd Hutsko — 31, Freddie Thomas — 32, Robert Carter — 33, Kevin Spivey — 34, Mike Haynes — 36, Robert Bradley — 37, Mitch Pamell — 38, Mitch Lewis — 39, Jim Carver — 40, Teddy Fike — 41, Brad Sims — 42, Greg Walls — 43, Daryl Blow — 44, Ted Horstead — 45, Bernard Grant — 46, Bryan Hubbard — 47, Joey Dumecki — 48, Mike May — 49, Jon Bjorgan — 51, Hugh Foun- tain — 52, Junior Haynes — 53, Gerrick Pimienta — 54, Mike Brew- ster — 55, Stewart Vines — 56, Ray Blackman — 57, Harold Carswell — 58, Charles Lundy — 59, Buck Han- son — 60, Clint McCrory — 61, Steve Lambert — 62, George Ed- kins — 63, Brent Majors — 64, Mark Storey — 65, Marty Gilley — 66, Steve Floyd — 67, Chris Cosper — 68, John Dees — 69, Chip Williams — 70. Richard Dobbs — 71, Jerald Travis — 72, Michael Dennis — 73, Joey Peavy — 75, Edward Hughey — 76, Dwayne Mahone — 77, Dar- ryl Williams — 78, Garry Rumph — 79, Brent Roe — 80, Steve Lane — 81, Mike Kelly — 82, Richard Bracken — 83, Mike Sherrill — 85, Mike Bishop — 86, Gary Blackwell — 87, Anthony Henton — 88, Morris Bankson — 89, Greg Stewart — 90, Anthony Lewis — 91, Albert Alicia — 92, Kurt Smeltzer — 93, Mark Chipman — 94, Kenny Wagner — 95, Kip Williams — 96, Terry Batson — 97, Andrew Wright — 98, Cornell Key — 99. 292 Football TROJANS i a f 37 = 78 43 323 13 7 74=i2!A " 5 9 NICHOLLS — September 14. — Troy State began de- fending its 1984 NCAA Divi- son 2 football crown against 1-AA opponent Nicholls State. Suffering torn liga- ments, quarterback Mike Turk sat out of the Trojan ' s first game. Even though, the Trojans were able to pull out a total of 409 yards giving them three touchdowns and a with a total of 153 yards. Unfortunately victory went to Nicholls State with a score of 40 to 26. Spirit, al- though, was not lost and the Trojans were ready to take on Georgia Southern the 21st of September. GEORGIA SOUTHERN — September 21 — The first home game against 1-AA Georgia Southern was un- fortunately a second loss for the Trojans. The game end- ed with a score of 17 to 10. Turnovers seemed to be a big factor in the game. T.S.U. fumbled twice, lost one of them and was unfor- tunately intercepted twice. Most of the game the Tro- jans ran their wishbone into the middle of GSC ' s de- fense. This loss set a slow pace for next week ' s game in Livingston. LIVINGSTON — Septem- ber 28 — The Trojans won their first game by bombing Livingston with a score of 38 to 7, the game being both team ' s Gulf South Confer- ence opener. The Trojan defense was spectacular. They sacked the Tiger guar- terback nine times during the game and allowed the offensive rushing unit nega- tive 24 net yards. This gave T.S.U. a new re- cord. The Trojan defensive backs tied another school record by intercepting five Livingston passes. In the sec- ond half of the game the Trojans scored 21 points fi- nally totaling 324 yards rush- ing and 8 passing. Troy ' s next opponent was West Georgia who brought a 2 to 1 record to Troy ' s Memorial Stadium for T.S.U. ' s Home- coming. WEST GEORGIA — Octo- ber 5 — The Trojans defina- tely gave the fans an aston- ishing homecoming game. With a 42 to victory over West Georgia, Troy stood at 2 to 2 on the sea- son, and 2 to in the Gulf South Conference. The Tro- jan wishbone was able to pull out 428 yards of total offense, 337 was rushing. The defense only allowed t he Braves 80 yards passing and 52 rushing along with seven first downs. Having two great victories, the Tro- jans ' spirits were great and they were ready to tackle next week ' s team. Football 295 PPT V 1 w TROJAN FOOTBALL 296 Football VALDOSTA STATE — Oc- tober 12 — The Trojans won a very close game, and stood undefeated in the Gulf South Conference at 3 to 2. Their victory over Val- dosta State was a thriller with a score of 10 to 3. Overall the Trojans were standing at a 3 to 2 record. Valdosta stood 2 to 2 on the season and 1 to 1 in the league. The week before, Valdosta failed to defeat Jacksonville State with a score of 12 to in Jackson- ville. MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE — October 19 — Troy State met Mississippi College, a crucial game for Troy in NCAA Division II. Unfortu- nately the Trojans fought for a loss. Regretably, senior Teddy Austic was injured in the game and was likely to sit out the rest of the season. Football 297 » • , ▼ I I I V j gl f l - -— ® fcs 4 " e k 298 Footbd 4 Mil ID) T 1 ifliJ m i Row One: Sara Kate Gibbs, Kecia Hudson, Gina Asche, and Jammie Watkins. Row Two: Jill Meece, Gloria Lynch, Suzy Bell, Kittie Blan- kenship, and Sue Callioras. T.S.U. FOOTBALL COACHES: Above: Row One: Willie Slater, Mike O ' Toole, Robert Maddox, Rick Rhodes, Jay Jeffcoat, Dave Wilson, and Kenny Jones. Row Two: Ron Davenport, Johnny Williams, Marshall Smith, Jim Kremer, Ron Gibbs, and Jeff Mclnerney. The referees stand waiting for the kickoff time to arrive. FOOTBALL 299 Below: The 1985-86 Lady Trojans are: Evelyn Bosarge, Lisa Pridgen, Suzie Hill, Tricia Lazzari, Leah Borie, Ree Lee, Karen Richardson, Melinda Ashcraft, Manager; Jenni James, Natalie Wyrick, Linda Borie, Jill Eastin, Brenda Sir- mon, and Coach Ginger Spraque. Top Left: Brenda Sirmon concentrates to set up a winning spike as Ree Lee stands ready to help. Top Right: Leah Borie jumps high to spike the ball as Suzie Hill looks on. ' ' i! » f FW i B K v X_ vK M 1 1 ■ " m ». ' " 1 ' -JT " 1 B . f v- " " ttt ' 1 3 M 300 Volleyball r d, M| The Lady Trojans volley- ball team faced a highly competitive schedule this season and faced many challenges. They finished with a record of 18 to 26. The season was highlighted by the team ' s first plane trip to Dayton, Ohio and hosting the G.S.C. conference tour- nament. This season was the last at Troy for seniors Bren- da Sirmon, Lisa Pridgen and Leah Borie, all four year vet- erans. l or ml Or MV •! 301 Volleyball THE SPIKE OF LIFE Brenda Sirmon finished the season with a total of 506 kills and 1165 attempts to finish 306. Lisa also finished with an outstanding 688 as- sists for the Lady Trojan of- fense. Leah Borie finished a consistent and offensive server with a final service percent of .926 for the sea- son. The team also exibited great potential from it ' s younger members with sophomores Trishe Lazzari, Suzie Hill and Linda Borie; be- ing selected for the G.S.C. all tournament team as well as senior Brenda Sirmon. The Lady Trojans worked hard and gained experience that will profit them in following seasons. Top Left: Suzy Hill bends down low to bump the ball. Top Right: Linda Borie spikes the ball, her face showing determina- tion and concentration. Bottom: Leah Borie bumps the ball as Brenda Sirmon looks on. 1 I fed ■ jj t J fe|S H B W • H l I T £a] R 1 p q % L| V-i| Volleyball 302 Top Left: Suzy Hill and Leah Borie battle for the ball to make a set up. Top Right: Lisa Pridgen looks for instructions from the bench. Bottom Left: Tricia Lazzari and Nat- alie Wyrick prepare for an oppo- nents serve. Bottom Right: Spiking a return is Brenda Sirmon. 303 Volleyball 304 Basketball A SEASON For the first time since 1966, Troy State University produced four consecutive winning seasons in basket- ball. Ending the 1985-86 cam- paign with a 14-12 mark and 8-8, fifth place finish in the Gulf South Conference, T.S.U. head coach Don Maestri was pleased with the performance of his Tro- jans this season and opto- mistic about the promising future. " We were of course dis- appointed that we did not win a few more games, but we set a school record for attendance, again; we won 75-percent of our games played at home, and some- day soon we ' re going to be nationally ranked and hope- fully win the conference, " said Maestri. The Trojans came within a heartbeat of winning the conference title this season. T.S.U lost in triple-overtime to Valdosta State in Troy and a shot at the buzzer that rolled in-and-out at North Alabama was another heartbreaker. Those two wins alone would have dra- matically swung the league standings to give the Trojans a tie for the GSC title. An- other significant note of the Trojans was that they de- feated four nationally ranked teams this season. Cumberland College, then ranked number one in the nation in NAIA with a record of 24-1, lost to the Trojans to suffer it ' s only defeat. T.S.U. also defeated league champion Delta State, 1985 national cham- pion, Jacksonville State, and West Georgia. " With two or three little breaks we could have been co-champs of the league in- stead of fifth place, " Maestri said. " But again this year we ' ve established our direc- tion in successful basketball at Troy State. (con ' t. next page) MARK STRINGFELLOW RICHIE HALL 306 BASKETBALL REACHING FOR SUCCESS ROD KNIGHT Mark Stringfellow tries to guard his opponent ' s next shot. BASKETBALL 307 MEN ' S BASKETBALL (con ' t.) Speaking on the GSC games, Maesri said, " This is the strongest league in the nation, and we ' ve shown we can beat any team in it. We ' ve earned their respect. I believe this program has ar- rived in terms of becoming a contender. " " Our fans have also been tremendous. We set the at- tendance record last sea- son and broke it again this year. People come to Troy State games and expect us to win, not hoping we ' ll win. That ' s a great feeling of ac- complishment for this pro- gram. We know we can beat Jax State and North Alabama when they come here, and we have, " said Maestri. In February 1986, recruit- ing was upon Maestri and Associate Head Coach Da- vid Felix, as they looked to replace seniors Dennis Gar- rett, Marlon McGaughy and Tom Griffith. 308 Basketball " We ' re going to try to sign a couple ot guards when signing day comes around April 9, " Maestri said. " That ' s our number one pri- ority. Now that we ' ve got the committment from the big guy, we ' ve got to put all our efforts into finding some young men that can help us. This is the hardest season, recruiting. With so many oth- er schools in the state and league competing, it can determine how your pro- gram will be next year and the next. " " We do have a group of experienced players com- ing back and the future does look bright. We know we have to have a very good recruiting year to maintain our strength in the GSC. We want T.S.U. to be in the upper echelon. Even- tually we hope to win the conference, and more im- portant, we want to be na- tionally ranked. Our players returning realize how tough this league is and that should make them play harder, " said Maestri. Another interesting note is that the Trojans were voted to finish next-to-last this sea- son in the GSC, but proved the voters wrong. " Anytime you finish higher than you were picked, you ' ve done more than ex- pected, " Maestri contin- ued, " That ' s the sign of any good program. We ' re still not satisfied, but we ' ve gained momentum and this has been a solid four years. " (Article by Dan Smith) Basketball 309 ■r-tw W ■ Jf TROY STATE BASKETBALL MEANS 4II6WTSME Men ' s Basketball 311 TMJtfl i w 312 Woman ' s Basketball Left: Jennifer Bevis jumps for the air- born ball. Below: Guarding with all her might is 20. Angela Moore. Bot torn Both Trojans and Tigerettes await anxiously for a shot at get- ting the ball. Opposite page: Top left: Head coach, Joyce Sorrell, gives the team the tactics tor the next quarter. Opposite page: Top right: Suellen Shaw guards her op- ponent from the approach- ing ball. Opposite page: Bottom: THE LADY TROJANS — Hope Jackson, Kim Adams, Harriet Copeland, Tammy Bruce, Jennifer Bevis, Angela Moore, Betsy Clark, Suellen Shaw, Mary Blaydes, Freda Moore, Yolanda Terry, Peg- gy McConnell, and Wanda Moore. A SEASON Of UPS AND DOWNS Working together as a team and also individually, the Lady Trojans finished up their season at a 14-13 overall, and a 6-8 in the Gulf South Conference. The sea- son is best summed up by head coach Joyce Sorrell, " It was definitely an up and down year. " The season started out with the Lady Trojans winnning their first two games and battling it through to be positioned at a 5-7 record after Christmas break. The tables were turned with a loss to West Florida but then the winning streak reappeared. The Lady Trojans won nine out of the remaining twelve games. Included in the last twelve games was a thriller against nineth ranked Delta State which involved a 94- 92 double overtime. Individually, Senior Angela Moore was the Lady Trojans leader for three seasons in- cluding this past one. An- gela ended her basketball career with 1,574 points and 1,000 rebounds. Other outstanding perfor- mances were displayed by Freshman Tammy Bruce, av- eraging 15 points a game, and Sophomore Freda More. Freda had the second highest total of assists in a season with 139. The Lady Trojans definitely hit some winning streaks along with the losses, but all- in-all the team displayed an overall win with their superior sportsmanship and spirit. nWIVIC C7MIVICD — Nov. 23 — Miss. Univ. for Women Dec. 3 — Univ. of Ala.-Huntsville Dec. 14 — Alabama Jan. 4 — Vanderbilt Jan. 6 — West Georgia Jan. 16 — West Florida Jan. 20 — North Alabama Jan. 23 — Valdosta Jan. 25 — Talladega Jan. 27 — Livingston Feb. 1 — Delta State Feb. 5 — Tuskegee Feb. 13 — Jacksonville State Feb. 15 — Tennessee-Martin Feb. 20 — Montevallo AWAY GAMES — Nov. 30 — Talladega Dec. 7 — Montevallo Dec. 10 — West Florida Dec. 16 — Univ. Ala.-Huntsville Jan. 8 — Livingston Jan. 11 — North Alabama Jan. 13 — Tennessee-Martin Jan. 30 — Jacksonville Feb. 3 — Miss. Univ. for Women Feb. 10 — Delta State Feb. 17 — Valdosta Feb. 22 — West Georgia FEBRUARY 27-28 — GSC TOURNAMENT 314 Women ' s Basketball . Top: Opposite page Tammy Brice awaits her chance to make an- other two points. Bottom right: Concentrating on her dribbling, Freda Moore works her way around her opponent. Top right: Angela Moore shoots for two. Top left: Passing the ball is Yolanda Moore. Bottom left: Head Coach, Joyce Sorrell, gives her keen advice to one of the Trojans. Bottom right: Freda Moore follows through with a lay up. Women ' s Basketball 315 The TSU Baseball team amassed an incredi- ble record of wins, leading to the Trojans num- ber one ranking in NCAA Di- vision II. The team captured the Gulf South Conference title in Jacksonville by blasting the host team Gamecocks in the first game 27-8 and taking the nightcap 7-6. It was the first GSC title since 1982. By winning the confer- ence championship, TSU upped its its record to 38-6 and received an automatic bid to the Division II South Central Regional Tourna- ment. Toward the end of the season, the Trojans began to develop remarkable bench strength. TSU erased a 10-6 defecit to finally beat Valdosta State in the GSC Tournament. Several play- ers were called off the bench to play and respond- ed very well to the call. Coach Riddle said, " Our bench has proven that they can come into a game and we haven ' t lost a lot. " 316 Baseball EXCITEMENT In addition to a reliable bench, TSU also had a strong batting lineup devel- op during the season. As of May 9, the team had 65 homers on the year. Before that time, the Trojans had relied on speed on the ba- sepaths, hitting and running, and stealing bases to score runs. But, eight year head coach Chase Riddle saw his team ' s sudden transforma- tion from roadrunners to coyotes as part of a natural process, the sort of progress a good team will make in the course of a year. Just before the starting of the re- gional playoffs. Coach Rid- dle commented on his team ' s batting turn-around, " We ' re discovering that we have some people who can reach the fence, and it has added another dimension to our offense. " The Trojans went into the regional playoffs confident in their abilities. " I ' ve said all along that this is one of the most well balanced ball- clubs we ' ve seen at Troy State in a number of years, " said Coach Riddle, (cont. p. 320) Baseball 317 Below: Coach Riddle patiently watches the game. Right: Mark Smart attempts a sec- ond out in one play. Bottom: Lead-oft batter, Warren Arrington, slides into home. ff i 9 BATTER- UP Top: Mike Elmore swings at the ap- proaching ball. Left: Dave Hanselman. number 5, awaits the next pitch. BASEBALL 319 N CAA DtViSiON it NATIONAL CHAMPS (£ £ AT BAT PliCE Home,-,™ fl BALL STRIKE THE TROJAN BASEBALL TEAM — Row One: Todd Englett, Jim Prewitt, Warren Aarrington. Mark Smartt, Jose Torres, David Hansel- man, and Richard Pope. Row Two: Coach Tim Mosely, Jody Ryan, Scott Baldwin, Vince Kindred, Bob- by DeJarnett, Antoine Eddington, Tom Voiland, Ron Warren, Greg Frady, and Coach Steve. Row Three: Coach Mike Russell, Coach Ed Nix, Bill Wolf, Mike Elmore, Jude Rimaldi, Glen Willis, Bruce Rowland. Dave Bond, Chris Small. Ed Black, Wendell Stephans, Mike Perez, and Head Coach Chase Riddle. 320 Baseball DIV. II WORLD SERIES — In what was considered to be a rebuilding season, the Trojans won their first base- ball national title in the NCAA Division II World Series, which was held in Montgom- ery. The title was also the first national baseball crown for any Gulf South Conference team. Ail-American Senior Mike Perez was the winning pitch- er, firing a complete game, one-hit shutout over nine in- nings, striking out seven and walking three to improve his record to 13-1 Perez hurled a no-hitter through five and a third complete innings before Columbus leadoff hitter doubled down the third base line. Perez did not al- low another base runner. In the bottom of the eighth inning, Perez pulled a groin muscle, but retired the last six batters he faced, striking out three. The Trojans erupted for four runs in the fourth inning as Mike Elmore reached on an error. Tournament most valuable player Wendell Stephens singled and Glenn Willis followed with a double into the right field corner to drive in two runs. Jude Rinaldi then walked and advanced to second on a sacrifice fly by Mark Smartt. With two outs left, Jose Torres doubled to give TSU the 4-0 lead. TSU picked up a run in the sixth as Smartt singled and Torres doubled. Todd Eng- lett was hit by a pitch and Smartt scored on a passed ball. Players named to the all tournament team were pitchers Perez, Ron Warren, and Jody Ryan. Stephens was named third baseman, Kindred in left field and Ar- rington in center, (copy by Dan Smith) Baseball 321 TSU TRACK AHEAD OF THE REST i Almost half of the 1985 Gulf South Conference champion- ship Trojan squad graduated, thus leaving sixth-year head track coach Charles Oliver with a very young, but talent- ed team. With the help of assis- tant coaches Glen Banker and Stanley Garrett, Oliver man- aged his sixth straight GSC vic- tory this year, raising the string to seven consecutive wins for T.S.U. What this year ' s team lacked in experience, they made up for in ability. Leading the sprinting events were Rodney Rowser, Gary Henderson, Edmundo Moxie, and Tim Martin. All four quali- fied for nationals, which were held in Los Angeles, California. Martin qualified in the 200 me- ter, Moxie in the 100 meter, and all of them made-up a champion 4x100 meter relay team. In the 400 meter event, Eric McPhee had proved to be an outstanding competitor and dominated this year ' s GSC championship. The hurdle events were han- dled by coach Glen Banker ' s Gulf South Conference cross- country championship team which included Chris Palmer, Mike Turdo, and national quali- fier Ken Banks. Also Jeff Har- (con ' t. below) Right: Team members are Row One: Brent Dewar. Wayne Os- towski, Jeff Harwell, Eardley Jarvis, Mike Turdo, Winter Pilgrim, Gary Henderson, Donnie Robinson, Ber- nard Reed, Keith Major, Mark Gres- sel, Chris Palmer, Nick Wolf, Mike Ledbetter, Gene Cottingham. Row Two: David Cauthen, Kenneth Banks, Jean Fitzwilliam, Bill Gowins, Tim Martin, Robert Anderson, Bill Hib- bard, Eric McPhee, David Koon, Andy Carter, Tony Robinson, Adol- phus Smith, and Steve Brown. 322 Track And Field well, Nick Wolf, Bill Hubbard, and Mike Ledbetter collected valuable points for the Trojans. Freshman Steve Brown, from Georgia, was the GSC cham- pion in the pole vault this year. While Edmundo Moxie domi- nated the long jump by quali- fying for the nationals with a jump of 25 ' 4 " , Dave Cauthen and James Sanders shared the duty of high jumping. Cauthen, this year ' s GSC champ, quali- fied for nationals by jumping 6 ' 11 " . Gene Williams, a two- time national qualifier, once again performed well in the tri- ple jump by surpassing the 51 " mark. w J 1 ir i The discus throw was best performed by Andy Carter, a freshman from Florida. His con- ference throw of 57 ' % " missed winning by a mere 2 " . In the shot putt, Woodrow Hen- son proved very competitive, while throwing a personal best of 51 ' 1 " . Wayne Ostrowsky, red-shirted due to injury, helped in coaching the throw- ing events and will be a valu- able part of next year team. .eff.Team members are: Katherine Reid, Janice Dahaye, Wendy McConied, Yolanda Bell, Jennifer Bevis, Cynthia Haunes, Sheri Chap- man, Lorna Carter, Wanda Elder, Pam Johnstone, Lee Duncan, Ste- phanas Brown, Artesa Washington, Jennifer Lozzi, and Tomunda Reese. There were many other members of the 1986 Trojan track sguad, and each one played an important role in helping the team achieve the 1986 GSC crown. (Article writ- ten by Andy Carter) Track And Field 323 T.S.U. ' s CROSS COUNTRY TEAM — Right: Row One: Jennifer Lozzl, Janice DeHaye, Kath- rine Reid, Lorrie Coholich, Kathleen Robinson, Sherry Hogan, Lee Duncan, and Pam Johnston. Row Two: Sean Fitzwilliams, Ken Banks, Tony Robinson, Mike Led- better, Jeff Harwell, Nick Wolf, Chris Palmer, Mike Turdo, and Bill Hibbard. Troy ' s Cross Country Team was the youngest team to qualify for the na- tional meet. Unbelievably, they finished twelth in the nation in NCAA ' s Division II National Meet. The men ' s teams consisted of four freshmen, one sophomore, and two juniors, while the girl ' s had one senior, two freshmen, and four sopho- mores. Although the team was young, the coach felt like this could be the start of bigger things for the team. As statistics stood, the men had won the Gulf South Conference eleven years in a row, while the girls were defending four year strings in both classifications. Both the team and coach believed they were going to have another regular sea- son ,but the season turned out to be one of the best ever. 324 Cross Country Cross Country 325 FALL INTRAMURALS Football GREEKS INDEPENDENTS First Place Sigma Alpha Epsilon Second Place Sigma Chi First Place Unity Second Place Hawks OVERALL CHAMPIONS Bottom Right: Sigma Chi captures the football championship. Row One: Scott Dew.Audy McCathern- , Brian Snyde r, Ian Hunt, and Jackie Mitchell. Row Two: Scott Mar- quess,Dewayne Gradicjim Wyatt, Sean Peters, and Ken Hamilton. Row Three: Gibson Vance, Michael Miller, Bud Palmer, Rodney Weaver, Hal Harwell, Paul Hovey, Richard Leffew, Ron Whepley, and Coach Forrest Lee. 326 Fall Intramurals FALL INTRAMURALS Volleyball GREEKS INDEPENDENTS First Place Gospelettes Second Place HYPER OVERALL CHAMPIONS Bottom Left: Gospelettes take the overall championship Row One- :Sharon Gulley, Felicia RoPerson, Bridget Carter, and Carolyn Taylor. Row Two: Pearla Williams, Maydel Durr, Cynthia Moultrey, Doris Ad- ams, and Debra Mack. Row Three: Sonya Starks, Tim Martin.coach; and Holland Brown. Fall Intramurals 327 Intramural Basketball Men ' s Results Greeks First Place Kappa Alpha Psi Second Place Sigma Alpha Epsilon Independents First Place Tau Phi Second Place Homeboys Overall First Place Smurfs Second Place Homeboys Row One: Richard Harris and Tim Barnes. Row Two: Matthew Brock, Paul Coleman and Thomas Barcote. Not Pictured: Har- old Banks. Kent Ingram. Clarence Powell. Robert Carter, Eddie Scott and Norman Webb. 328 Intramural Basketball Women ' s Results First Place Alpha Gamma Delta Second Place Kappa Delta Independents First Place HYPER Second Place 76 ' ers Top: Alpha Gamma Delta overall champions are: Row One: Lisa Pridgen, Tana and Natalie Norman. Row Two: Jerilyn Cassady, Amy Williams, and Kim McVay. Bottom Left: Two indepen- dent team members jump for the ball. Bottom Right: Kappa Delta Jennifer Brown drives for a chance at two points. Left: Amy Williams, Alpha Gam, tries desperately to block a pass. Intramural Basketball 329 Intramurals Softball Men ' s Results Greeks First Place Sigma Alpha Epsilon Second Place Lambda Chi Alpha Independents First Place Front Porch Second place HPER Overall First Place HPER Second Place Front Porch Right: Men ' s Overall Champions, HPER. were Row One: Darren Smith and Mike Ellis, Row Two: Sam Hol- lingsworth, Ray Condon and Randy Stough. Members not pictured in- clude Mike Archie, Jimmy Jeftcoat, Ray Finedore, John Tucker and Steve Thomas. 330 Intramural Softball Women ' s Results Overall First Place Miller Second Place Alpha Gamma Delta Women ' s Overall Champions, Miller, were Mary Blaydes, Janice Moore, Wanda Moore, Harriet Copeland, Angela Moore, Yolanda Terry, Frida Moore, Sharon Rodgers, Hope Jackson, Daina Robbins, Kim Ad- ams, Betsy Clarke, Jennifer Bevis, Vickie Keasler. Mary Beasley, Deb- bie Nicculouci, Lillie Phillips and Del- phina Joe. (Group picute not avail- able.) Intramural Softball 331 FAST PITCH SOFTBALL — A new activity made its way into T.S.U. sports world. With fast moves and strategic plays, the Lady Trojans, coached Py Ginger Spra- gue with the assistance of Randy Watson, had a sea- son record of thirteen wins and thirteen losses. Having entered the Gulf South Conference tourna- ment with an undefeated record in district play of 5-0, the Lady Trojans earned the top seating in the entire conference. Special recognition is de- serving for three players who were named to the All- Conference Team: outfield- ers Suellen Shaw, Eraena McKenzie and infielder Dor- ine Haskell. As most memPers of this years team are planning to return, greater expecta- tions are in store for 1987. (Article written Py Becky BoPo) 332 Softball FASY PiYCII A»S M6ME1I1M Haskell, Becky Bobo, Natalie Wyrick, Emily Edwards, Jeannie Brasewell, Suellen Shaw, and Randy Watson, assist, coach. Softball 333 WARREN ARRINGTON RON WARREN MICHAEL PEREZ WENDELL STEPHENS PfBAili DOREEN HASKELL SUELLEN SHAW EARENA MCKENIZE FOOfBAIali JACK PEEVY MIKE TURK TED HORSTEAD ROBERT BRADLEY VOIalaBYBAIala BRENDA SIRMON LISA PRIDGEN I.P ANDY VAUGHN JEFF BUTLER MIKE WRIGHT BA8KBTBAI1I1 DENNIS GARRETT TOM GRIFFITH (academic) MARY BLAYDES (academic) ANGELA MOORE 334 Gulf South Conference TAMMY BRUCE TRACK ANGEL PEARSON TIMOTHY MARTIN DAVID COUTHEN CHRIS PALMER TOMUNDA REESE KEN BANKS STEPHANA BROWN STEVE BROWN GARY HENDERSON CYNTHIA HAYNES ADOLPHUS SMITH EDMONDO MOXEY RODNEY ROWSER ERIC MCPHEE EARLEY JARVIS BILL HIBBARD rioi estate Gulf South Conference 335 k , 4 " ' J$? Above: As the score is tied, David Good gets ready to swing in order to win the next points. 336 Tennis RflGKIN ' EM UP The tennis team enjoyed its best season ever with a 14-5 overall record and a fourth place finish in the GSC, just two points behind Jacksonville State. The Trojans were a rela- tively young squad with three freshmen and a soph- omore in the starting line-up. The only two returning play- ers to the team were team captain David Good, a ju- nior, and Dicky Nachman, a senior. Freshman Nick Kontos led the Trojans with a 32-9 dual record and a second place finish in the Conference at number three in singles. Good finished closely behind with a 31-9 record and a third place finish, playing number five for the year. The rest on the line-up in- cluded freshman Jeff Ballen- tine and Jeff Martin along with Nachman. Coach Dennis Rogers said he was pleased with the team ' s progress over the year and was very optimis- tic about the team ' s chances of winning the Conference in 1987. Top. Nick Kontos, who led the team in number of wins, concentrates on the over-head smash. Left: Team members are Row One: Dicky Nachman, Jeff Ballentine, and Da- vid Good. Row Two: Nick Kontos, Dario Grasso, Jeff Martin, and Coach Dennis Rogers, (copy by Da- vid Good) Tennis 337 TiEiie mww A 6BEAY SEA99N The 1985-86 Men ' s Golf Team consisted of four freshmen, a pair of junior college tranfers, and four returnees, once again mak- ing the Trojans strong con- tenders for the national title. Coach Mobley feels this team was much stronger than last year ' s, despite more youth on the team. " Last year we had no depth, but our top seven or eight are much better than last season ' s, " said Mobley. Seniors Andy Vaughn and Jeff Butler were the keys. According to Mobley " they make the team click. If they are playing well, then the other guys should play well also, and the inexperienced players will not feel the bur- den is on them to carry the load. " As always, the schedule was tough. It included the Panhandle Intercollegiate hosted at Eglin AFB by Troy State, the Southern Jr. Sr. at Stillwater, the Southeastern Collegiate Division II tourna- ment, and the Jerry Pate tournament at Tigerpoint. Again, as always, the members of the Men ' s Golf Team are all winners. Top: Jeff Butler putts for a birdie. Below: Members are Row One: Jim Gottschall, David Parenti, Jeff But- ler. Robbie Cotton, Mike Morton, Coach Mobley, and Mike Wright. Row Two: Shawn Doty, David Mob- ley, Andy Vaughn and Tony Wil- liamson. 338 Golf The TSU men ' s golf team won its 7th consecutive Gulf South ConferenceCham- pionship at Paris Landing State Park in Buchanon, Tenn, taking command from day one. Troy had three players fin- ish in the top four. Andy Vaugh finished second in the tournament with a 70- 73-78:221. Jeff Butler shot a 71-78-73:222, enroute to a third place finish. Mike Wright took fourth with a 72- 72-80:224. Seniors Vaughn and But- ler, and freshman Mike Wright made the 1986 All- GSC team. TSU ' s Robbie Cotten missed making the ALL-GSC team by one stroke. Cotten shot 74-76- 77:227, and finished ninth. David Parenti shot 82-79- 80:241. " One thing about this tournament, it wasn ' t our finish that won it, " said two- time GSC Coach of the Year Ron Mobley. " We went out and won this tourna- ment on the first day. " (con ' t. next page) Top: Andy Vaughn sinks a putt shot. Bottom Left: Jeff Butler drives for a shot on the green . Bottom Right: Dave Parenti, Tony William, Andy Vaughn, and Jeff But- ler take a break from practice. Golf 339 ON THE GREEN March 18-21 PANHANDLE INTERCOLLEGIATE Eglin Golf Course, Eglin AFB Niceville, FL April 3-6 SOUTHERN JR. 8c SR. COLLEGIATE Stillwaters Resort Golf Course Dadeville, AL April 12-15 SOUTHEASTERN COLLEGIATE Valdosta Country Club Valdosta, GA April 17-20 JERRY PATE INTER- COLLEGIATE Tigerpoint Resort Pensacola Beach, FL April 23-28 GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE Championship Paris Landing State Resort G.C Buchanan, TN May 20-23 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONALS Northdale Golf Club Tampa, FL 340 Golf Golf 341 The Troy State Women ' s Golf Team mounted an of- fensive attack on the last day of the National Golf Coaches Association Divi- sion II National Champion- ship at Echo Farms Country Club in Carolina Beach, North Carolina, that carried them from 10 strokes behind to win the 1985 Division II Na- tional Championship. Below: In the sand, Sam Brown shows that it ' s just as easy to get a good swing. Right: Tracey Tolomeo seriously watches as the ball tlies through the air. Bottom: The National Champs — Row One: Glenda Laster. Row Two: Tracy Boone, Kim Tolomeo, Sam Brown, and Lynn Aubrey. Row Three: Coach Chris Force, Tracey Tolomeo, Lynda Hughes, Tracey Wright and Robert Stuart. T.S.U. athletic director. 342 Golf TEEiie «rr a meat seas«i Troy led the tournament after day one by shooting an overall score of 313. However, on the second day TSU fell to third place when they shot a 325. Rollins College held the lead and Florida Atlantic was in sec- ond. On the last day of the tournament Troy, turned in a miraculous 309 to take the Championship by one stroke from Florida Atlantic. Before going into the last round Tra- cey Tolomeo said, " I knew we were 10 strokes behind. I felt like we could win if we put up some decent scores. " Speaking of the win Coach Force said, " It ' s hard to describe because we Top: Kim Tolomeo watches Glenda Laster swings her club. as Above: Both girl and guy golfers show their true sportsmanship and work together as a team. Above Right: Kim Tolomeo tries to concentrate on what the coach taught her. s- - Golf 343 NATIONAL CHAMPS really haven ' t come down off the clouds. It was a great win, and the way they did it made it even better. Com- ing from that far behind and showing the kind of class to be able to win a champion- ship just doesn ' t say enough about that group of girls. As a coach, this is without a doubt the best group of girls I ' ve ever been around. " Force has been coaching the Women ' s Golf Team at TSU for the past five years. To his credit as a coach he has had two of his teams in the past three years win the National Championship. In his second year, and the year in between champion- ships, the team came in sec- ond in the National Cham- pionship Tournament. The first year he took over the team took second place in Top Left: Tracy Boone seems pleased as she follows through on her swing. Top Right: With all her might, Lynda Hughes swings as she keeps her proper position. Above: The golf team proudly re- ceives their National Championship Award in Chancellor Adams ' office. 344 Golf the AIAW in Colorado Springs. Team captain Glenda Laster graduated in the spring of ' 86. " I am glad it ' s over, " said Laster of her col- legiate golf career. Howev- er, when asked if she would do it again, without hesita- tion she said, " In a heart- beat. " Top Left. Carrying all of their equip- Top Right: Lynda Hughes carefully Above: Glenda Laster, Kim Tolo- I] ment, Tracy Boone and Lynn Ar- concentrates on her next putt. meo and Tracy Boone take a break 1 brey go to their daily afternoon from a long practice. practices. Golf 345 GfflOEEtiB EPOEEUE wmm Along with the glory of cheerleading are the days of hard work and long prac- tices. From tryouts in the spring to the end of every season, the cheerleaders have to work their hardest to obtain a good team to display the most spirit possi- ble. Each day of practice is given to a particular area such as stunts, pyramids, motions, cheers and chants. This year, they spent a lot of their time perfecting aero- bic skills and involving more of them. During football sea- son, they cheered at both home and away games, while during basketball sea- son, they only performed at home games. This year is the first year the cheerleaders started cheering for the women ' s basketball games. The cheerleaders attend camp every year before their sea- son begins. ' ■A , I Cheerleaders While at camp this past year, they were awarded several first and second place awards, and overall they came out in fourth place out of conference in Small College Division 2 awards given. leerlea te, T anr B Claunch, Jimmy McClelland, Erin Kelly, Neal Anderson, Kim Newton, Andy Martin, T- During camp, Troy ' s cheerleaders were recom- mended by Georgia and Florida. This recommenda- tion allowed our cheer- leaders here at Troy to cheer for the Atlanta Fal- cons — San Francisco 49ers game. The cheerleaders were supplied with uniforms, two complimentary tickets to the game, free transporta- tion one way and one free meal. They also served as entertainment for the Pea- nut Festival held in Dothan. The cheerleaders w€ looking forward to a hard- working and exciting new squad next year. Tryouts are difficult, but the experience and fun one will receive is most rewarding. Cheerleaders 347 Q O 348 Administration a Zroy State of MM Administration Holly Rousseau Section Editor Lisa Boutwell Contributing Editors Cara English Lorri Studios Ed Moseley Donald Norsworthy Photographers President Adams 350 Board of Trustees 352 Vice Presidents and Deans 356 Administration 358 College of Arts and Sciences 364 School of Education . . 368 School of Journalism 371 College of Business . . . 372 School of Fine Arts 374 School of Nursing 376 College of Special Programs 378 Branch Campuses 380 Administration 349 I nanve or samson, Ala- bama, Adams holds earned degrees from Birmingham- Southern and the University of Alabama. He also did post-graduate work at Prin- ceton, Harvard, and Oxford University in England. He was elected to the Alabama Academy of Hon- or in 1977 and designated First Citizen of the Area by the Chamber of Commerce in 1979. Dr. Adams married the for- mer, Dorothy Kelly, in Sep- tember 1942. Mrs. Adams received her A.B. degree from the University of Ala- bama and her M.S. degree from Troy State University in 1971. Mrs. Adams is an Hon- orary Miss T.S.U. and both Dr. and Mrs. Adams are mem- bers of Phi Kappa Phi, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, and Mor- tar Board. Chancellor and Mrs. Ad- ams have three children: Ralph Wyatt Jr., Kelly Cle- ments (Mrs. James B. Allen Jr.), and Samuel. 1 TSU BOARD OF TRUSTEES ROBERT E. KELLY Mr. Robert E. Kelly of Montgomery is Executive Vice-President of the Union Bank and Trust Company. He is an attorney with a Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree from the University of Alabama. He serves as a member of the Board of the Alabama Heart Association. WALLACE D. MALONE Mr. Wallace D. Malone of Birming- ham is Chairman and Chief Ex- ecutive Officer of SouthTrust Cor- poration. Mr. Malone is also ac- tive in the various civic associ- ations of Birmingham. In addition to serving as Chairman of the Troy State University Foundation Board, he serves as President Pro Tern of the Board of Trustees. JOHN A. TEAGUE State Senator John A. Teague, from Childersburg is a Sales Re- presentative for American La- France and Quality Manufactur- ing. In the State Senate he serves as President Pro Tern. He is a member of the Advisory Commit- tee of the Cheaha Mental Center and Director of the Alabama Mo- torsports Hall of Fame. 352 Board of Trustees GOVERNOR GEORGE C. WALLACE A native of Clio, Alabama, Governor Wallace graduated from the University of Alabama with a law degree in 1942. Since that time, Governor Wallace has been an Assistant Attorney General, a member of the Legislature, a judge, a candidate for the Presidency, and the Governor of the State of Alabama. By virtue of his office, he serves as Presi- dent of the Troy State University System Board of Trustees. HAROLD R. COLLINS Dr. Harold Collins of Mobile, Alabama graduated from Troy State University. He then continued his education and ob- tained his master ' s and doctor ' s degrees from the University of Alabama. A former Superintendent of the Mobile Board of School Commissioners, he is now serving as a consultant in finance and education. C.J. HARTLEY Mr. Hartley of Tuscaloosa is a graduate of the University of Alabama. A leading merchant in Tuscaloosa, he was elect- ed Man of the Year in 1967 by the Tuscaloosa Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Tuscaloosa County Industrial Development Board and serves on the executive committee. Mr. Hartley serves on the advisory board of Shelton State Technical Community College. He is a mem- ber of the Board of Directors of AmSouth Bank, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Board of Trustees 353 R. DOUGLAS HAWKINS Dr. Douglas Hawkins, a veterinarian from Troy, graduated from Auburn University. A former president of the Troy Chamber of Commerce, he was named Troy ' s Man of the Year in 1978. He serves as director of the Pike Museum, T.S.U. Foundation, and Troy Bank and Trust. He represents the Board of Trustees on T.S.U. Publications Board and the Athletic Planning Committee. CHARLES B. MARTIN A research engineer from Decatur, Alabama, Charles B. Martin is the newest member of the T.S.U. Board of Trustees. He is presently a member of the Alabama House of Repre- sentatives. Mr. Martin is quite active in his community and was voted Who ' s Who in Politics in the South and Southwest — 1981-82 " He was also selected to " Personalities of the South- 1982-83 " . WAYNE TEAGUE Dr. Wayne Teague, a native of Cullman, is a graduate of Auburn. He has held various educational supervisory pos- tions throughtout his career and is presently serving as State Superintendent of Education. He is a member of various civic clubs and was named Alabama Educator of the Year 1975 by Kappa Phi Kappa Honor Society. JACK W. WALLACE Circuit Judge Jack W. Wallace of Clayton presides over the Third Judicial Circuit of Alabama. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama Law School. He is a member of Farrah Order of Jurisprudence. 5 ROBERT T. WILSON Mr. Robert T. Wilson, former state senator from Jasper and one of the state ' s leading attorneys, is one of the major powers of Alabama politics and a key figure in the support of higher education in the state. TERRY NEAL STARLING President of the Student Government Assocation, Neal Starling serves as the student representative to the Board of Trustees. He is a senior who will be graduating in summer 1986, with a degree in Marketing. Neal is from Dothan, Alabama. Trustees portraits provided by Mr. Woodie Ishma el from the Troy State Art Department. Student Govern- ment Association President portrait provided by Jim English. 354 Board of Trustees Executive Committee LEFT TO RIGHT: Row One: Mr. Thomas Harrison, President Dothan Ft. Rucker; Dr. Ralph Wyatt Adams, Chancellor; Dr. Eugene Elrod, President TSU Montgomery. Row Two: Dr. Edward F. Barnett, Vice President for Academic Affairs; Mr. Thomas E. Peeks, Vice President for Financial Affairs; Ms. Jean Q. Mary, Secretary; Mr. Donald J. Gibson, Vice President for Student Affairs Administrative Assistant to the Chancellor; and Mr. Bill W. Buchanon, Director of Public Relations. Executive Committee 355 Administration Dr. Edward Barnett Vice President for Academic A Mr.Thomas E. Peeks Vice President for Financial Affairs 356 Administration ; Mr. Fred Davis Assistant to Vice President of Academic Affairs Mr. Robert Williford Dean of Student Affairs Mr. Thomas Souter Dean of Library Services Administration 357 Administration Bill W. Buchannon Director of Public Relations and Information Dale Mosely Director of Communication Services Walter K. Hennigan Director of Development TSU Foundations Jim Hutto Dean of Enrollment Srs. Walter E. Sullivan Director of Academic Records Joyce G. Law Asst. Director of Academics Records Alan C. Boothe Cheif of Campus Security Associate Director of Financial Aid Carl Precise Associate Director of Financial Aid Jit ■■ m 1 Jimmy W. Holley Director of Center for Developmental Education Alice Perrigin Title III Counselor Debbie Sellers Director of Special Services for the Disadvantaged Robert H. Sheppard Director of Natural Sciences Learning Center 358 Administration William N. Conway Asst. Director of Admissions Sherrel L. Bees Director of University Counseling Jefferson G. Golden Director of Financial Aid James V. Bradsher Assoc. Director of Financial Aid Charles Lee Director of Purchasing Inventory Control Textbook Center Jodie Harrell Academic Records ' Administrative Assist. Robert E. Stewart Athletic Director Angela C. Rolling Director of Title III Project Diane Porter Natural Sciences Instructor Title III Carol Kimbrough Special Services Reading Instructor, Title III Elanor Lee Writing Center Instructor, Title III Carolyn H. Gibson Director of Placement Services Administration 359 Laurianne Folmar Director of Women ' s Residence Herbert Reeves Director of Men ' s Residence Ronald I. Pierce Dir. of Adams Cen. Conf. Ser. Adv. to Student Organizations Don Jeffery Tom Ensey Director of Natatorium Sports Information Director Erma Blair Postmistress Dan Boswell Asst. Director of Adams University Center . ' " V Linda Golden Asst. Postmistress Joe Johnson Director of Publications Susan C. Pierce University Counselor Van English Admission Counselor Sidney R. Starling, Jr. Admission Counselor 360 Administration Jimmie Clark Director of Data Processing Dale Law Chief Accountant Melton A. Carter Director of Physical Plant Frank W. Hurley Asst. Director of Physical Plant Pat Reeves University Store Manager Dr. Emma Norris Director of Archives Right: Health Center Staff: Gloria Creek, Director, Gwen Martin, and Karen Richards. Upper Right: WTSU-TV: Mrs. Robert Arnold; Princess Rudivorivan, Jeff May, James Clower, Myra Merrill, and Brenda Sando. Administration 361 Library Staff: On Stairs: Julia Dillard, Nell Bassett, and Thew- resa Trawick. Standing: Betty Chancellor, Rebecca Howell, Mar Beth Green, Frankie Muller, Lois Rannier Green, and Patricia Porter. WTSU-FM: Seated; John McVay, Standing: Lori Kjeldahl, Tammy Hammett, Steve Holmes, and John Brunson. Top: Bruce Mims. Campus Security: Left to Right: Sgt. Ervin Anderson, Tommy Livingston, Lt. Leon Bradley, Joe Sims, James Thompson, and Rusell Thom- as. 362 Administration Mrs. Marie Adams has been working as a cashier at the university book store since (1976. She enjoyed the stu- dents throughout her years at T.S.U. tfM D Dr. Robert Paul J Dr. Paul received his B.S. in f 1950 from Troy State and his I M.A. inrfSs from the Univer- I sity of Alabama. Dr. Paul has I been at Troy State since I 1961, serving as Vice Presi- dent of Dothan Ft. Rucker I ■ ' and in 1985 was named President of Dothan Ft. Rucker. Mr. Edwin David Walter Mr. Walter received his A.B. jn 1941 from Missouri Universi- ty, and his M.A. in 1948 from Missouri University. He has been an assistant professor of Art since 1959. Mrs. Barr received her BME in 1974 from Oberlin Conseva- tory of Music and her M.Ed, in 1966 from Auburn She has been an assistant professor in the Music Department since 1970. Dr. James D.C. Robinson Dr. Robinson received his B.S. in 1940 from Rhode Island University, his M.Ed, in 1969 from Auburn University, and his Ed.D. in 1972 from Auburn University. Dr. Robinson came to Troy State in 1972 where he served in Special Services and in 1973 he headed the off-campus Programs. In 1974 he began serving as Administrator of the European Division until 1977, when he was named Vice President. In 1985 Dr. Robinson was named Vice Chancellor. Mr. Willie Williams Mr. Williams came to Troy State in 1972 at which time he began working in Wal- lace Hall. The last few years he has been the physical plant supervisor of the night shift. Dr. Bowling received his A.B. in 4942 from George Wash- ington University and ffls - Ph.D. in 1970 from American University. He has been assis- tant professor in the History Deptartment since 1973. Mrs. Bertha Stringe Mrs. Stringe came to Troy State in 1968 and started working in Pace Hall. In 1972 she moved to the Adams Center and in 1979 Mrs. Stringe worked for the Art Department. Mrs. Ensley has worked in Wallace Hall for 11 dedi- cated years. Mrs. Alice R. Terry Mrs. Terry came to Troy State in 1964 at which time she began working in the Health Center. She then was moved to Shackford Hall. For the last 10 years she ha worked in Alumni Hall Dr. Wilkes received his B.S. in 1948 from Troy State, his M.S. in 1950 from Tennessee University, and his Ph.D., in 1954 from Alabama. Dr. Wilkes has been a professor of Biology at Troy State since 1966. « _ Retirements 363 College of Arts and Sciences DR. John Long Dean Academic tradition gives the College of Arts and Sci- ences its central, integral role in the University struc- ture. It has primary responsi- bility for the dissemination of general knowledge and broader learning, and for the cultivation and refine- ment of those basic skills that mark the educated person. Its courses and pro- grams foster independent thinking, analytical and criti- cal judgment, and a deep- ening appreciation of the achievements of mankind. Finally, it seeks to encour- age a spirit of understanding and tolerance toward the student ' s greater and more informed participation in a free society. The College of Arts and Sciences has eight depart- ments: Aerospace, Biology, Criminal Justice, English, For- eign Languages, History and Social Sciences, Mathemat- ics, and Physical Science. Dr. John A. Carroll Assistant Dean 364 College of Arts and Sciences Dept. of Biological Sciences; Row One: Mrs. Kathy Grant, Ms. Teresa Kelley, Dr. Donald Barras, and Dr. Danice Costes. Row Two: Dr. James C. Wilkes, Dr. Raymond Kisner, Mrs. Melba Adams, secre- tary; Dr. Robert Tucker, Dr. F. Wayne Adams, and Dr. Robert Di- tez. Department of English; Row One: Mrs. Jean Duffy, Ms. Beverly Findley, Dr. Lita French, Dr. Rosemary M. Canfield, Mrs. Phyllis Talmadge, Dr. Gertrude Schroeder, Ms. Marsha Cetti, Ms. Deborah Chappell. Dr. Mary Ann Tighe, and Mrs. Faye Senn. Row Two: Mr. Ed Hicks, Dr. Joshua P. Copeland, Mr. Albert Glover, Dr. Theron Montgomery, Mr. James Davis, Dr. Stephen Cooper, Mr. Edward Hunt, Mr. Duane Smith, and Mr. Will Hood. Dept. of History and Social Sci- ences; Row One: Dr. Curtis Porter, Dr. Charles Watson, Mr. Mathew Campbell, Dr. Norma Mitchell, Mr. Pat Harris, Mr. Grangy Post, Dr. Hugh Phillips, and Dr. Richard Kenway. Row Two: Dr. Robert Knotts, Dr. Joe Mitchell, Dr. J. A. Carroll, Dr. Milton McPherson, Dr. Robert Pullen, Dr. Earl Smith, and Dr. Christins Price. ■■I College of Arts and Sciences 365 % " a Upper Right: Department of Math; Row One: Dr. Jan Elrod. and Mr. John Lee. Row Two: Mr. James O ' N- eal. Mr. Charles Norris, and Dr. Lou Distito. Upper Left: Department of Criminal Justice: Mr. Stanley Jones, Dr. Charles Jones, and Mr. Glenn Eiland. Right: Department of Aerospace Studies; Lieutenant Colonel Bruce Wallace. Major Steve Kranz, Major BobPie Toft, Captain John Sistronk, M. Sgt. Roland Duffy, S. Sgt. Steve Gordon, and Secretary Saralene Hines. 366 College of Arts and Sciences Department of Foreign Languages: Dr. Peter Howard. Department Chairman and Assistant Professor of Latin and German, and Mr. James Sherry. Instructor of French, are shown here with Lola Lola, the de- partment fern. Not pictured is Miss Cordelia Gray, Assistant Professor of Spanish, who was on sabbatical in Spain during the Spring Quarter. Department of Physical Science: Row One: Dr. Edward Kantor, Dr. Eugene O ' Masta, Dr. Magdalena Wojciechowska and Dr. Edward Ward. Row Two: Dr. B.J. Bateman, Dr. Nick D ' Andrea, Dr. Billy Norman and Dr. John Muller. College Of Arts Sciences 367 School of Education The School of Education is organized into five depart- ments: Education, Psycholo- gy, Health, Physical Educa- tion and Recreation, Human Services, and Inservice Edu- cation. Programs offered in the Department of Educa- tion include Early Childhood Education, Elementary Edu- cation, Secondary Educa- tion, and Nursery — Sec- ondary Education in art, health education, physical education, and special edu- cation. Programs offered in psychology include a major Dr. James D. Kimbrough Dean in psychology and com- bined majors in psychology and marketing and psychol- ogy and management. The Department of Health, Phys- ical Education and Recrea- tion offers teacher educa- tion majors in the health and physical education, and non-teaching minors in dance and recreation. Pro- grams offered in the De- partment of Human Services include a major and a minor in social and rehabilitation services and majors in reha- bilitation and social work. Inservice Education Center; Row One: Ms. Karen Scott, and Ms. Alice Alsobrook. Row Two: Mrs. Betsy Dismukes, and Mr. John Osburn. 368 School of Education Department ot Education: Left to Right; Row One: Dr. Patricia Hardin, Ms. Pasty Esler, Ms. Alice Hayes, and Dr. Lynda Harvey Row Two: Dean James Kimbrough, Dr. Forrest Petry, Dr. Ralph Erickson, Dr. Nolan Hatch- er, and Dr. Robert McCombs. School of Education 369 Department of Psychology: Row One: Mrs. Cindy Daffin, Dr. Pamela Manners, and Dr. Anna Smith. Row Two: Mr. James Brantley, Dr. Stan- ley Echols, and Dr. James Dwyer. 370 School of Education Hall School of Journalism Mr. Merrill Bankester, Dean The School of Journalism is the youngest on the TSU main campus with a begin- ning in 1972. The School of- fers two areas of concen- tration, news-editorial and broadcast. Broadcasting courses were offered for the first time in 1975 and now students produce their own nightly news show as well as other shows at a fully equipped campus television station. Students in the journalism program have the opportu- nity to train at the campus television station as well as the on-campus newspaper which is a weekly newspa- per, and the school ' s year- book. A vital part of the journal- ism major is an internship program which is required of all students. The students must spend one quarter durning his or her senior year at a newspaper or a radio station, or public relations office. As an additional aid to the student ' s education, the school sponsors a sympo- sium each spring whereby outstanding and nationally recognized journalis ts come to the campus to partici- pate in seminars. Also, an endowed Chair of Journal- ism was established in 1980, thus giving the students an- other means of contact with those in the professsion. In order to involve stu- dents more with the field of journalism, a chapter of the Society of Professional Jour- nalists, Sigma Delta Chi, was established in 1975, and a chapter of Alpha Epsilon Rho, the National Broad- casting Society, was charted in 1982. Mr. Kyle Stirling; Mr. James Joseph; Mr. Mordecai Arnold; and Mr. Merrill Bankester. Journalism School 371 ¥ Sorrell College of Business In June 1981 the Sorrell School of Business and Com- merce came into being. Pri- or to this date it was known as the School of Business and Commerce and even earlier known as the Depart- ment of Business. The Sorrell School of Business and Com- merce was named in honor of the late Jeff Sorrell, a prominent local business- man who bequeathed the University, particularly the School of Business and Com- merce, a substantial sum upon his death. The basic objective of the Sorrell School is to provide the best possible education for students. Programs are designed to develop lead- ership for the business com- munity; they teach skills and attitudes of mind that en- able individuals to cope suc- cessfully with problems of Dr. Wayne C. Curtis Dean the business community in a rapid changing economy. Personal attention is em- phasized; each student has an academic adviser from the School of business. The faculty of the Sorrell School is highly qualified and dedicated to the purpose of providing a quality edu- cation to enable the stu- dents to become more pro- ductive and better citizens. The faculty background is one of diversified academic and business experience. The Sorrell School is divided into four departments: De- partment of Accounting, Fi- nance and Business Law; Department of Computer Science and Quantitative Methods; Department of Marketing, Management Economics; and The Depart- ment of Office Administra- tion and Business Education. Dr. Frederick A. Viohl Assistant Dean 372 Sorrell College of Business li Jfr afcg dH !■ — ll hLl. i pn Kj k 1 ■ 1 1 jF- ftt jBP ■ 1 ■ TXj - -»- UPPER LEFT: Computer and Quanti- tative Methods. ROW ONE: Mr. Le- roy Walton; Mrs. Bonnie Carroll; Ms. Cindy Carnely. ROW TWO: Dr. Wil- liam H. Smith; Mr. Jerry Hattaway; and Mr. Michael Lewis. LOWER LEFT: Business and Educa- tion. ROW ONE: Mrs. Donna McGowin. ROW TWO: Mr. Joseph Creek; Dr. Mac Holmes; and Mrs. Janet Bradshaw. UPPER RIGHT: Accounting. ROW ONE: Mr. Robert Palmer and Mr. Lee Daniel. ROW TWO: Mr. Eugene Sherman; Dr. Ira Pyron; and Mr. Cal- vin Grant. LOWER RIGHT: Marketing and Eco- nomics. ROW ONE: Dr. Fred Cain; Mr. Charles Thompson; Dr. Larry Lo- vik. ROW TWO: Dr. G.T. Stewart; Dr. Ed Merkel; Dr. Steve Garrott; Mr. Robert Sanders; and Dr. Rhae Swisher. Sorrell College ot Business 373 School of Fine Arts Dr. John Long Dean The Troy State University School of Fine Arts provides opportunities for students to find emotional, intellectual, and aesthetic satisfaction as they prepare themselves to realize their life ' s objec- tives. Under the deanship of Dr. John M. Long , the School of Fine Arts was established in 1971 with the disciplines of music, visual arts, and speech communication and drama. With a dual focus on theory and performance, each discipline provides lab- oratory experiences for ex- amination and refinement of performance skills for the student with professional or avocational interests. The School provides an opportunity for the entire student body to experience the richness of our cultural heritage through concerts performed by members of the " Sound of the South " Band; operas, operettas and musical comedy per- formed by Opera Workshop participants; concerts by the Collegiate Singers and Madrigals; visual arts exhibits sponsored by the Depart- ment of Arts and Classics; a broad range of dramatic lit- erature brought to life on the stage by the University Playmakers and the Pied Pipers; and intercollegiate competition with the TSU Trojan Debate Squad. Dr. David Eisler Assistant Dean 374 School of Fine Arts LOWER LEFT: Department of Music: ROW ONE: Ms. Sarah Ann Whaley, Dr. Carl Vollrath, Mrs. Jean Barr, Ms. Mary Collier, Dr. William Dennison, Dr. David Eisler. ROW TWO: Dr. Dal- las Blair, Mr. James Wadowick, Ms. Carol McCoy, and Mr. Norman Brooks. School of Fine Arts 375 School of Nursing Dr. Armando Baker Dean (Top Right) Dr. Jean Mann Associate Dean Associate Degree Program (Bottom Left) 376 School Of Nursing Masters Program Faculty: Row One: Dr. Charlene Schwab, Dr. Jean Bochman and Dr. Debra Davis. Row Two: Dr. Jean Mann, Dr. Sandra Witt, Dr. Sue Baldwin and Dr. How- ard Cummins. Baccalaureate Program Faculty: Row One: Becky Yarbrough, Mary Wever, Nancy Patterson, Connie Webb, Dr. Donna Bedsole and Dorthy Hollad. Row Two: Sally Cum- mings, Jodie Wallace, Rene King, Susie Stokes and Merrion Douglas. Row Three: Dr. Jean Bochman, Bet- ty Russle, Sandra Faria, Ann Boothe, Dr. Sandra Witt, Brenda Riley and Ellen Webb. Associate Program Faculty: Row One: Jan Kimble, Judie Cooper, Joanne Stanley, Charlotte McDan- iel, Dr. Jean Mann and Lois Mead- ows. Row Two: Daphne Kenndy, Namoi Blassinghill, Mary Grace Crawford, Larry Silcox, Marie Eze- kiel, Kitty Henderson, Lillian Wise, Sandy Stevenson, Nancy Wilkinson and Lynn Norman. Row Three: Cas- saundra Henderson, Ann Weiss, Kathy Gaston, Carol Smith, Bernita Hamilton, Karen Warren, Dawn Reyonlds and Janet Thronell. School Of Nursing 377 Graduate School The first post degree earned at Troy State Univer- sity was conferred in 1958. Since that time, graduate work at Troy State has been characterized by steady growth and development in degree programs in accor- dance with the changing mission and role of the Uni- versity. In 1958, the primary objective of the graduate program was to prepare students in teacher educa- tion. In the 1970 ' s the need for knowledge and ad- vanced education in spe- cialized and professional fields soon required the Uni- versity to add several new degree programs in the Arts and Sciences, Business and Commerce, Counseling and Human Development, and Education professional de- grees at the Master ' s level were also added. In 1972, Educational Spe- Rlght: Graduate School Commit- tee ROW ONE: Dr.G.T. Stewart; Dr. Fred Viohl; Ms. Donna Bledsole; Dr. Bill Smith; Dr. John Whitehouse. ROW TWO: Dr, Rudi Argenti; Mr. Jay Davis; Dr. Robert Evans; Dr. Stanley Echols; Dr. William Pannell; and Dr. Milton McPherson. Dr. Rudi Argenti, Dean cialist Degrees were added in Counseling and Human Development and in Admin- istration and supervision. In 1981, Educational Specialist Degrees were added in Ear- ly Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education. A cooperative program leading to the Doctor of Education Degree with the School of Education, Auburn University was approved in 1982. The Graduate School of- fers fourteen master ' s de- grees and five educational specialist degrees to reflect the growing complexity and needs of a diverse student body. The Graduate School is the administrative unit dealing with all aspects of graduate study. Its primary responsibilities are the main- tenance and enhancement of quality in graduate pro- grams. 378 Graduate School College of Special Programs The College of Special Programs was organized August 1, 1981. It is com- prised of four directorates: Applied Sciences, Continu- ing Education, Cross Disci- plinary Courses, and Educa- tional Services. The largest task of the College is the adminstration of the Off- Campus Branches of the TSU System at Phenix City, Ft. Benning, and Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, and the Florida Region Incorpo- rated and the thirty US mili- tary locations in Europe. Mrs. Barbara R. David, Director Dr. James Young Dean In the Fall of 1984 there were approximately 5,000 students enrolled in the Col- lege of Special Programs. These students are usually older than Main Campus students and most have full time occupations outside of school. Their classes are usu- ally held at night and other off-duty hours. The most common academic pro- grams are business adminis- tration, management, ap- plied science, international relations, personnel man- agement, criminal justice, counseling and human de- velopment. College of Special Programs 379 Troy State University in Europe Dr. Charles Connell Director, Academic Affairs In 1974 the Board of Trustees of the University autho- rized the Graduate Council to establish the European Region of the Troy State University System. Graduate degree programs were established at United States Air Force Bases in Germany, Italy, Turkey, and the United Kingdom. Troy State University European Region operates on the semester system. Most bases conduct four ten- week terms per academic year. A few bases use five eight week terms. Classes are usally scheduled Mon- day thru Thursday evenings with classes meeting ei- ther once or twice each week. A few daytime and Saturday classes are also scheduled. Mrs. June C. Cummings Director of Admissions Registar I: Mrs. Faye Hammond Financial Aid Mr. Gerald Cummings Director of Support Services 380 TSU in Europe Ms. Caroline Duranth Support Service Clerk Mrs. Linda H. Blair Records Clerk Mrs. Tracey Orlinsley Part-time Clerk Mrs. Lucie Sehring Bookstore Manager r " ■■ i t Ms. Kala Hill Part-time Clerk Mrs. Tina Sedano Part-time Clerk TSU in Europe 381 Phenix City Branch ¥ Bud Edwards Chairman, Dept. of Student Ser- vices Jan Henderson Chairman, Dept. of Registration Dr. H. Curtis Pitts Director Dr. Frank Bonner Chairman, Dept. of Business Dr. Andrew A. Cox Chairman, Counseling Human De- velopment Dr. James T. Miller Chairman, Dept. of Education Carta Marion Graduate Admissions Katie White Undergraduate Admissions Maryann Chilson Word Processing Connie Morris Accounts PayaPle Merrian Douglass BSN Coordinator Terri Huckaby Business Office John Evans Asst. Director Fin. Affairs Cecilia Spivey Bookstore Manager Kathy Devlin Asst. Bookstore Manager 382 Phenix City Branch TSU in Ft. Benning Right to Left: Regina Cain, Graduate Coun. Records; Hope Woolverton, Undergraduate Records; Darlene Edwards, Undergraduate Ad- missions; Nolly Stone, BSEP II Contract Coordina- tor; Sandra Moore, Undergraduate Counselor. gflVV wm trn rn - s m v W m m wk it W M? « LM 1 mr B i k La mf %Hii I i 1 1 Paul L. Stansel Dir. TSU Ft, Benning Bobby J. Johnson V.A. Representitive Larry Mowery Dean for Academics H.G. Mallet Chairman, General Studies C.J. Martin Asst. Dir. Financial Affairs E.M. Martin Bookstore Manager Donald W. Gluck Asst. Pro. Business Admin. Carol Graham Registrar Homer E. Wright Pro. Emeritus, History TSU in Ft. Benning 383 Flordia Region, Inc. Troy State University Sys- tem, Flordia Region, Inc., is dedicated toward meeting the educational needs of military and civilian person- nel in Northwest Flordia. It had its beginnings in 1973 at Hurlburt Feild and later in- cluded Eglin Air Force Base, both of which are near Ft. Walton Beach, Flordia. Since then it has expanded its areas of operation to en- compass NAS Pensacola, Corry Station and NAS Whit- ing Feild in the Pensacola, Flordia area. The Flordia Region offers baccalaureate degrees in Applied Sciences, Business Administration, Computer Sciences, Criminal Justice, Psychology, and Social Sci- ences. Master of Sciences de- grees are offered in Coun- seling and Human Develop- ment, International Rela- tions, Management, and Public Relations. The curriculum and format of course scheduling pro- vide for flexible adaptability to the military and civilian working student ' s duty or work reguirements without compromising academic quality. Ms. Kathryn J. Gresko Vice. Pres. Asst. Dean Registar Mr. Morelle E. Larouche Business Manager Treas. Dr. Joseph E. Zuro President Academic Dean Dr. Norbert Johnson Chairman, Counseling Human De- velop. Dr. John F. Whitehouse Chairman. Dept. of Gov ' t. William T. Cullen Chairman, Dept. of Business Donald L. Jeffers Chairman, Dept. of Management Mr. Carl S. Jennings Mr. James C. Pike Chairman, Dept. Electronics Eng. Chairman. Dept. of Computer Sci- Tech, ence Mr. James W. Dingle Asst. Prof. Bus Economics Dr. Jerone P. Johnson Asc. Prof. Counseling 384 Flordia Region Dr. Harry B. Keller Prof. Management Mrs. Muriel O. Landrum Chairman, Dept. of English Ms. Tuny Jennings Director of Library Services Mr. James W. Roberts Textbook Manager Ms. Jacqueline D. Sawyer Academic Adv. Coord. Englin Ms. Jeri Blankenbeck Coord. Pensacola Whiting Ms. Carol A. Relnarts Director Admissions Records Ms. Patricia A.L. Cram Academic Advisor. Hurlburt Ms. Cindy Martin Ms. Andrea Winks Academic Advisor P ' cola. Whit- Prog. Analyst Accounts Rec. Man- ing ager l Ms. Jerrie Kirk Asst. Academic Advisor Eglin Ms. Jan Gottlelb Supervisor Undergrad. Records Ms. Glnny Kemper Cheif Academic Admin. Services Ms. Kathy Young Supervisor Grad. Records Ms. Debbie Wills Data Processing Manager Mr. James W. Dingle Asst. Prof. Bus. Economics Flordia Region 385 TSU in Montgomery Dr. Gene Elrod President QJ L 1 J Bt. L A 1 |P 1 Dr. Fredick Stewart Vice Pres. of Administrative Operation Dr. Martha L. Johnson Academic Dean Dr. Klien Johnson Dean of Students Dir. of Grad. Affairs 386 TSU In M ontgomery Mr. Joseph F. MaGraw Chairman, Business Dept. Mr. Donald Threlkeld Director of Institution Research Mr. Walt Edmonds Business Manager •I TSU In Montgomery 387 THE TROY STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM " Moody Is Us " — Serving Moody Since 1976 Special Programs Over 6500 Air Force offi- cers and airmen have par- ticipated in Troy State Uni- versity System undergrad- uate and graduate pro- grams in the past 10 years. Enrollments this academic year set an all time high re- cord. Over 45 graduate and undergraduate faculty pre- sent seven degree pro- grams. Middle Left: Dr. Bill Pannell, Director Middle Right: Mr. Tom Wakefield, Academic Affairs Bottom Right: Professor of the Year. Mr. Wake- field, presents Professor Evelyn Rosser, English Chairman with the Outstanding Faculty Award. Bot- tom Middle: Ms. Lavoris Baker, Re- cords Bottom Right: Mrs. Priscilla Washington. During 1985-86 the edu- cational programs at Moody Air Force Base were rated as the " BEST IN TACTI- CAL AIR COMMAND. " Moody AFB was second in the entire Air Force. Mr. Nick Ciranni is the Education Ser- vices Officer at Moody. 388 Moody Air Force Base TSU in Dothan Ft. Rucker Mr. Thomas Earl Harrison President Dothan Ft. Rucker Mr. Harrison joined Troy State University in January 1986, as the new President Dr. Dean Davis Dean School of Business Dr. J. Wyatt Grimmer Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Jack R. Sublette Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Marjorie Kirkland Dean School of Education Mr. Richard Arthur Dir. of Financial Affairs TSU Dothan Ft. 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X PIKE COUNTY BANK iniMiMl " The Most Convenient Bank in Town ' Open Saturday Until Noon 566-6000 231 Bypass (At Elba Hwy.) Troy VISA CD FDIC f it ■ r I 396 Ads Zhe 1985-86 yearbook Staff is proud of the 75th edition of the Zroy State University Palladium v A ABERCROMBIE, SARA ALLISON 78, 214, 247, 277 ABERCROMBIE, WILLIAM C. 78, 201 271 282 ABRAMS, STACEY CYRESS 108 ADAIR, RILEY M. 133 ADAMS, BOBBIE JOYCE 78 ADAMS. BOBBY EARLE 120, 214 ADAMS, CONNIE G. 78 ADAMS, DORIS YVONNE 327 ADAMS, ELIZABETH PEGGY 95 ADAMS, JOHN WADE JR. 95, 229, 260 ADAMS, JON ELVIN 78 ADAMS, KIM 312 ADAMS, MARIA ANTOINETTE 78 ADAMS, MELISSA KATHERINE 120, 177 ADAMS, MICHELLE CONNIE 78 ADAMS, PAMALA SUE 132 ADAMS, RACHEL GARDNER 78 ADAMS, ROWENA LYNN 78 ADAMS, SHARON LEIGH 120, 260, 261 ADAMS, SONIA GAYLE 108 ADAMS, SYLVIA LYNN 95 ADAMS, TAMMY LYNN 78, 276 ADAMS, VIRGINIA DAUNE 95 ADAMS, WENDY MARIE 120, 177, 182, 196 ADAMSON, MARJORIE A. 120 ADCOCK, DEBORAH L. 108 ADENDORFF, LOUIS JEAN 120 ADKINSON, STACY LYNN 95, 278 AGBAJE, ADEYINKA 108 AGERTON, RANDY BRUCE 95 AIKEN, DENIECE 95 AIKEN, FRANKLIN D. JR. 78 AIKEN, JOHN W. 120 AIKEN. STEPHANIE A. 32, 120, 195. 214 AL AKHDAR, WALID ALI 120, 198, 200 ALBERTO, EDWIN MORALES 120 ALBURY, JACE EVERETT 95, 271 282 ALESSANDRONI, MARK ANDREW 78 ALICEA, ALBERT EMILIO 78 ALLEGRI, CHRISTOPHER C. 108, 280 ALLEN. BROOKE EUGENE 271 ALLEN, DELORES LYNN 108, 195. 241 ALLEN, DONNA MICHELE 120 ALLEN. GERALDINE 95 ALLEN, JAMES VICTOR 78 ALLEN, KENNETH DEWAYNE 78 ALLEN, KIMBERLY L. 108. 276 ALLEN, LESLIE DENISE 251 278 ALLEN, SCOTT J. 108, 148, 180, 192, 274. 283. ALLEN. STEPHEN R. 78 ALLRED. CLIFFORD E. 32, 108, 151 176. 224. ALLRED. DONNA FAYE 120, 214 ALSUP, KEVIN OWEN 78 AMASON, WANDA SUE 120 AMISON, MIKE D. 108, 260, 279 AMLONG, JEFFREY A. 120, 183 AMOS, CLIFFORD EUGENE 78, 282 ANDERS, HAZEL 133 ANDERSON, CHRISTOPHER S. 78 ANDERSON, DEBBIE MARIE 120, 182 ANDERSON, DENISE 120 ANDERSON, DONNA GAY 22, 120, 208, 251 257, 278 ANDERSON, EDNA SUE 108 ANDERSON, ERIC 78 ANDERSON, MARK POPE 95 ANDERSON. MARY MILUCENT 78 ANDERSON, NEAL 347 ANDERSON, ROBERT LEE 322. 78 ANDERSON, SHARHONDA 78 ANDERSON, TERESA A. 120, 182 ANDERSON, TERRY W. 229 ANDERSON, WILLIAM NEAL 120 ANDRESS. KERRY WADE 120, 229 ANDRESS, RHONDA FAYE 95, 183 ANDREWS, ELIZABETH 95 ANDREWS, KERI JOANN 120, 186 ANDREWS, WESLEY JEROME 120 ANGLIN, WILLIS EARL 95 ANTHONY. CHERYL RENITA 78 APLIN. JAMES GREGORY 120 APLIN, RHONDA ELAINE 108 APPLEGATE, DIANA LYN 252 APPLEY, MITCHELL SCOTT 76. 108 APPLING. CELIA MARIE 120. 274 ARBREY. LYNN 345 ARCHIE, CHARLES MICHAEL 95 ARD, STARLA ANN 120 ARMOUR, MARY ANN 95, 195 ARMSTRONG, DEBE H. 133, 198 ARNOLD, ALICE JEAN 133 ARNOLD, JACQUELINE 95 ARNOLD, JOE HARPER 102 ARRANT, RODNEY PAUL 120 ARRINGTON, WARREN SCOTT 108, 318, 320 ARTHUR, DEBRA J. 78 ARWOOD, WILLIAM STUART 120 ASCHE, GINA MICHELLE 95, 210, 252, 279, 300 ASHCRAFT. ARTHUR D. 95, 282 ASHCRAFT, MALINDA J. 120, 168, 242 ASHFORD. ANDREA ANITA 120, 278 ASHMORE, WINFORD LEE 95 ASMUSSEN, TINA 108 ATHERLEY, CHERYL ANNE 78 ATKINS, CANDACE CHRISTENE 78, 242 ATKINS, MARY 78 ATKINS, TONY JEROME 95. 253. 268 ATKINSON, STACY 247 AUBREY. LYNNE SALLY 78, 342 AULTMAN, MARY MARGARET 95 AULTMAN, WILLIAM D. 95, 271, 282 AUSTIN, SANDRA LYNN 120 AUSTIN, TINA FRANCINE 78 AUSTWICK, BRAD A. 120, 267 AVERY, DAVID PORTER 120, 252 AVERY, DIANA LYN 276 AYER, DAVID CHARLES 78 AYRES, REGINA DENISE 78, 229 B BACON, DEBORAH ANN 120 BACOTE, THOMAS J. 33, 120, 166, 177 BADLEY, JOHN THOMAS JR. 120 BAGGETT, JEFFREY SCOTT 121, 281 BAILEY, CARLTON JOSEPH 133 BAILEY, LEARTIS 95 BAILEY, ZOBRIA 120 BAKER, BENJAMIN R. 78, 188, 212 BAKER. DONNA RENEE 78 BAKER. ERVIN DARRELL 95 BAKER, KEN LARRY 78 BAKER, RANDAL K. 78, 229 BAKER, RUSSELL LADON 78 BAKER, TRACI LYNN 78, 241 276 BALDUCCI, LYNETTE MARY 78. 144 BALDWIN. DOUGLAS SCOTT 120, 320 BALDWIN, WILLIAM DAVID 165 BALLANTINE, JEFFREY BRIAN 78, 337 BALLARD, CALVIN 120 BALTZ, JOSEPH CARL 108, 202 BANKER, GLEN RICHARD 133 BANKS, HAROLD J. 108, 328 BANKS, KENNETH WAYNE 322, 324 BANKS, MARZELLA SHERIAL 95 BANKS, NEDRA Y. 108 BANKSTON, MORRIS DEE 78 BARB, JAN MILLICAN 78 BARCOTE, THOMAS 328 BAREFOOT, TINA RENE 95 BARFIELD, CAROUEN GAIL 95, 229, 252, 279 BARFIELD, MANNSTON EDDY 95, 281 BARFIELD, MARTHA KAY 108 BARLOW, VICKY LYN 95, 252, 264, 279 BARNARD, KAREN TAFT 95 BARNARD, THOMAS STEVEN 78 BARNER. ROBERT M. JR. 108. 229, 279 BARNES, GEORGEANN PRESLEY 133 BARNES, HAROLD LEVELLE 120 BARNES, RAYMOND JEFFERY 78 BARNES, ROBERT M. 78 BARNES, TIM 328 BARNES, WILLIAM E. 120 BARNETT, EDWARD FRANKLIN 78, 267, 281 BARNETT, FALISA 95 BARNETT, KIMBERLY ANN 120 BARNETT, PATTY GREEN 108 BARNETTE, SONYA L. 108 BARR, CAROL DANNER 133 BARR, GERALYN JEAN 108, 264 BARR, SUSANDOVER 133 BARRAS, STEVEN 95 BARRON, BELINDA N. 108 BARRON, BRENDA L. 95 BARRON. DAVY L. 120, 195, 201 274, 283 BARRON. HERMAN DEAN 283 BARRON, MARY LISA 242 BARRY, MARGARET BUFORD 95 BARTON, AMY ELIZABETH 95, 242 BARTON. CHRISTINE MARIE 78 BARTON. JAMES RICHARD 78 BARTON, KENNETH RAY 78 BARTON, PHILLIP R. 108 BARTON, SHARON LAWSON 78 BASS. REBECCA ELAINE 78, 242 BASS. SUSAN ELIZABETH 78 BASS. TIMOTHY JAMES 120 BASS, WILLIAM JEFFREY 120 BASSETT, EDWARD WAYNE 120, 162, 163, 256, 260 BAST, AMANDA HELEN 95, 229 BATCHELOR, CAREN DENISE 95 BATES, SHRYLAN REENE 78 BAUGH, KAREN DIANE 78, 217, 229 BAUGH, SHARON KAY 108 BAUMAN, GERALD ARTHUR 108 BAXLEY, JENNIFER 79 BAXLEY, KIMBERLY 214 BAXTER, JANNIQUE LAQUISE 79 BAZZELL, DEANNA JEAN 108, 333 BEARDEN. BRIAN KEITH 79 BEASLEY, KAREN 79 BEASLEY, KIMBERLY MICHELLE 79 BEASLEY, LINDA F. 120 BEASLEY, MARY KATHERINE 95 BEATY, DETRA E. 95 BECK, JENNIFER 120 BECK, RONALD VANCE 79 BECK, TERESA 79 BECKHAM, RANDALL K. 260, 279 BEDSOLE, SUSAN 95 BEECH, LEANA 79 BELL, ANNEMARIE 79, 221 242, 296 BELL, DAVID WINFIELD 95, 271, 282 BELL, DOUGLAS BERNARD 79, 229, 274 BELL, JACQUELINE LOIS 95, 120 BELL, MORRIS 95 BELL, SHARON R. 95, 248, 278 BELL, SUSAN M. 120, 241, 270, 276, 299 BELL, YOLANDA C. 79, 323 BENDER, CHARLES EUGENE 95 BENDER, CYNTHIA A. 108 BENDER. FRANCES L. 108 BENEFIELD. LAURA DAWN 79, 243, 276, 288 BENEFIELD, VERONICA LYN 95, 229, 247, 277 BENNETT, MICKEY ANDREW 120 BENNETT, SCARLETT SUZANNE 120 BENSON. REGINALD LAELL 95. 167 BENTLY. JANE 133 BENTON, GREGORY JEROME 120, 183 BENTON, MARY CATHERINE 120 BENTON. VICKI DENISE 108, 179, 278 BERGESON, JAMES CHARLES 95, 229 BERGQUIST, VICTORIA LYNN 120, 206 BERNHARD, EDWARD JOHN III 95 BERRETTO, JUDITH A. 33, 120, 164, 242, 276 BERRY, VANESSA L. 121 198 BETHEL, VIVIAN ELAINE 95 BEVERLY, GERALD DWAYNE 120 BEVIS, JENNIFER DENISE 95, 169, 312, 323 BIACAI, DIEDRA 95 BICKEL, JAMES J. 108. 267. 267 BIEGLER. MATTHEW JAMES 79 BIGHAM, JACQUELINE GAIL 95 BILUNGSLEY, RENEE 95 BINFORD, LORI A. 33, 121 169, 252, 279 BIRCHFIELD, STEPHEN RAY 108 BIRKS, JENNIFER LYN 121, 170, 215, 225 BIRKS, JOANNE LEA 108, 215, 225, 229, 229 BIRMINGHAM, WENDY CHEVELLE 79 BISHP, KENNETH T. 108 BISHOP, MICHAEL CHARLES 79 BISHOP, MICHAEL TIMOTHY 79 BISHOP. TERENCE DEWAYNE 79 BJORGAN. JON E. 108 BLACK, ED W. 108, 320 BLACK, JILL SMITH 133 BLACK, LEIGH ANNE 79 BLACK, MIKE R. 95. 281 BLACKBURN, LISA ELLEN 79 BLACKMON, BRYANT RAY 79 BLACKMON, LORI DAWN 108 BLACKMON, STEPHEN KING 96 BLACKWELL, GARRY DEVAINE 108, 292 BLAND, LARRY G. 96 BLANKENSHIP, JOHNNIE K. 96 BLAYDES, MARY G. 33, 121 177, 201 312 BLEDSOE, KARL ANDERSON 121 BLEDSOE, LOU IONA 108 BLEVINS, JOSEPH P. 108 BLIZZARD, GENEVIEVE L. 121, 179 BLOUNT, VICTORIA H. 121 BLOW, DARYL ANTHONY 96 BLUE, LISA DAVIS 108 BOBO, REBECCA EVELYN 96, 333 BOBROWSKAS, JOSEPH JOHN 96 BODDEN, MARCIA 96 BOGAN, ALVEDA R. 121 BOGGS, CHARLES M. 260, 279 BOND, BRENDA CLAUDIA 121 BOND, DAVID WAYNE 96, 320 BONN, MARGARET HELEN 276 BOOKER, WANDA L. 108, 229 BOONE, TODD KEITH 121 BOONE, TRACI KAYE 342, 345 BOOTHE, ANNE STEVENS 191 BORDERS, DAWN R. 121 BORIE, LEAH D. 121 242, 270, 271. 276, 300, 302, 303 BORIE, LINDA LAURIE 96, 195, 270. 271, 300, 302 BOSARGE, EVELYN LENORA 300 BOSHELL, ALVIN THOMAS 283 BOSTICK, TODD LAMAR 96, 217. 229 BOSWELL, ANGELA JOYCE 96 BOUTWELL, LISA ANN 229, 247, 260, 277 BOWDEN. BETSY DICKERT 96. 206 BOWDIN, KRISTOPHER R. 133. 199 BOWDOIN. GARY ARNOLD 96 BOWERS. CHRISTOPHER WAYNE 96 BOWERS. KEVIN NILES 108, 214 BOWES, REBECCA LYNN 229. 242, 276 BOWMAN, G. KAYE LEVERETTE 121 BOWMAN, NANCY LEE 79 BOX, TERRI RENEE 79 BOYD, MARY ELIZABETH 121 BOYD, PAMELA KAYE 96, 241 276 398 Index BOYETT. RONNIE DWAYNE 79 BOYKIN. LINDA FAYE 108 BOYKIN. PAMELA KAYE 96 BRACEWELL, ALBERT ELLIS 96 BRACEWELL. MARY ELIZABETH 96. 200 BRACKEEN. DARYL JAMES 79, 229 BRACKEN. RICHARD VERNON 108 BRACKINS, HAROLD WADE 96, 202, 204 BRACKNEY. BETH A. 121 BRADBERRY, SANDRA D. 121 BRADFORD, JONATHAN 79 BRADFORD, KATHLEEN E. 121 BRADLEY, CLEOPATRA ANN 108 BRADLEY, LEE 133, 229 BRADLEY, ROBERT 108 BRADLEY, SARAH CHRISTINA 79, 247 BRADLEY, SHARON REGINIA 96. 223 BRADLEY. TAMYA 96 BRADSHAW, TAMERA P. 121 BRANCH, PAMELA 79 BRANNING, WILLIAM D. 121, 229, 279 BRANNON. CASSANDRA 96 BRANNON, KIMBERLY DEAN 79. 247. 277 BRANNON, PHILLIP ELLIOTT 121, 124 BRANTLEY, ARTHUR LYNN 96 BRANTLEY, JAMES SCOTT 79 BRANTLEY, JO ANNA 79, 251, 278 BRANTLEY, JOHN ERIC 79 BRANTON, MICHAEL ALAN 79 BRASHEAR, JAMES ESCHOL III 121, 180 BRASHER, JANET 79 BRASWELL, HANNAH 79 BRASWELL, JEANNIE 79, 229. 333 BRAY. CHRISTOPHER JAMES 108 BRAY. DAVID GREGORY 121, 279 BRAY, PAULA. D. 108 BRAY. SONYA GLENINE 79 BREADWELL. ANGELA L. 121. 267 BREWSTER, SHARON L. 121. 225, 247, 277 BRIGHT, ROBERT DALE JR. 108, 198 BRIGHTON, JUDY ANN 121, 33. 221 BRINGARDNER, JOSEPH KREPPS 271. 282 BRISTER, SHARRI NOELLE 108, 278 BRITTON, DAVE BROWN 79, 268, 269, 281 BROADWAY, SHERRY L. 121 BROCK, MATTHEW 328 BROCK, WILLIAM JETER 163, 256, 264, 265, 286 BRODERICK, PATRICK THOMAS 79 BRODERICK, PEYTON THOMAS 79 BOROKS, FRANK ERIK 79 BROOKS, GERALD ARLISS 46, 96, 253, 271, 282 BROOKS, KAREN JILL 108, 278 BROOKS. KERRY LEON 96 BROOKS. NORRIS WAYNE 79 BROOKS. SHIRLEY A. 121, 179 BROWN, ALLISON M. 121 BROWN, ANTHONY Q. 96, 280 BROWN. BARBARA JOAN 79 BROWN. CAROL LYNN 79 BROWN. CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY 79, 188, 262 BROWN. CYNTHIA M. 46. 108, 165, 252, 279 BROWN, DEBBIE 133 BROWN, DOROTHY JOAN 16, 17, 20, 24, 31, 96, 151, 181. 205. 206, 215 BROWN, ESTER 79 BROWN, EUGENE RANDALL 108 BROWN, HOLLAND F. 327 BROWN. JAMES FARRELL 121 BROWN. JENNIFER PAGE 28, 96. 251. 260. 261. 278. 329 BROWN. JIMMY RAY 96 BROWN, JOHN EDWARD 79 BROWN, JOHN IVEY 109 BROWN. JULIA SUZANNE 79. 242 BROWN. JULIE A. 109. 270. 271, 276 BROWN, JULIE ELIZABETH 96, 277. 288 BROWN, KAREN D 121 BROWN, LISA L. 109, 284 BROWN, LISSA C. 109. 260. 261. 276 BROWN. MELISSA CAROLE 279 BROWN, NOLA M. 109 BROWN, REBECCA JEAN 79, 270 BROWN, REBECCA LANELLE 96, 251, 250. 267, 278 BROWN, RUTH 96 BROWN, SAMANTHA ELIZABETH 79, 342 BROWN, SCOTT CURTIS 79 BROWN. SCOTT W. 109. 306 BROWN. STEPHANAS LINNETTE 96, 323 BROWN. STEVEN GARY 79. 322 BROWN, SUSAN 133, 278 BROWN, TAMIKO 79 BROWN, TERESA 133 BROWN, TIMOTHY MERRELL 96 BROWNING, SHERRIE L. 121, 182 BRUCE. JAMES EDWARD 96 BRUCE. TAMMY DENISE 312, 314 BRUEBAKER, LEO HENDERSON 121 BRUNDICK, SHELIA 133 BRUNDIDGE, EDDIE L. 109 BRUNSELL. MARIT LINDGREN 109 BRUNSON, HARLAND G. 121, 279 BRUNSON, JOAN BASS 121 BRUNSON, JOHN WEBSTER JR. 121 BRUNSON, KIMBERLY LYNN 79 BRUNSON, LYNN 121 BRUYNELL, BETH ANNE 79, 277 BRYAN, BETTY SUE 96 BRYAN, SONDRA JEAN 96 BRYAN, TAMMY 96 BRYANT, WARNER BRADLEY 79 BRYANT, DIANNA MARIE 121 BRYANT, GREGORY LAWTON 79 BRYANT. LISA 109 BRYANT, MARY IRENE 79 BRYANT, WILLARD AARON 80, 214 BUCKNER, JOSEPH P. 121 BUEHLER, BRUCE ALAN JR. 96, 282 BUFF, SCOTT 80, 271, 282 BULGER, WANDIE 96 BULLARD, ANGELA KAY 109. 251. 278 BULLARD. CARLA J. 121 BULLIS. MICHAEL 121 BULLOCK. ROBERT E. 109 BUNDY. MARIAN SCAVELLI 121. 144. 180, 202 BURCH, PHILIP D. 80 BURDICK, TAMMI D. 121, 242 BURGESS. GENA DENISA 80 BURKETT, ARNOLD P. 121. 283 BURKETT. DAVID ERVIN 121 BURKETT. DENNIS SAMUEL 121 BURKHARDT, DANIELA C. 96, 202. 204 BURMAN, BRIAN E. 121, 224 BURMAN, BRIDGETT E. 109, 229 BURRELL. WARREN GERARD 80 BUSH, ALICE 109 BUSH, JACQUELINE MARIE 80, 242, 276 BUSH, MICHELLE 96 BUTLER, JEFFREY P. 109, 338. 339 BUTLER, ROBERT PATRICK 121, 281 BUTLER, SHANE MICHAEL 80 BUTTS, JOHNNY 96 BUTTS, SANDRA M. 121 BUYCKS, RODERICK EARL 80 BYARS, DENA S. 133 BYARS, JOHN BAXTER 96 BYRD, CARROLL VERNERIA 80. 182. 201 BYRD. SHEILA KAYE 80 c CADE. FRANCES GABLE 121 CADE, LUCAS I. 121 CAFFEY, TAYLOR DUNN 96, 148, 151, 200, 268. 281 CAIN, BRIAN KEVIN 80, 271, 282 CAIN, KERON VERONICA 80 CAIN, TODD PATRICK 96 CALABRESE, ROBERT 109 CALDWELL, JEFFREY SCOTT 109, 222, 229 CALDWELL, JOHN R. 109 CALDWELL, TOMEKA DUNYELL 109, 210, 245 CALHOUN, DARYL D 8 CALHOUN. SANDRA LENORA 80. 200 CALLIORAS. SUE E. 109. 264. 299 CALLOWAY. DEZONDRIA ANETHA 80 CAMERON. ESTHER FAY 121 CAMERON. LISA ANN 96. 178 CAMPBELL. BOBBIE 96 CAMPBELL. JANET W. 133 CAMPBELL. JOHN RUSSELL165. 281 CAMPBELL. MARK MILTON 109 CAMPBELL. MICHAEL ANTHONY 96. 280 CAMPBELL, REGINA DENISE 80 CAMPBELL, TOWNLEY ANN 80, 229 CAMPER. DAVID MICHAEL 96. 264 CANADAY. THOMAS LEE 121 CANNEDY. CLIFFORD F. JR. 109 CANNON. GARRY WAYNE 96, 271. 282 CAPORINI. STEPHEN ANTHONY 190. 267, 281 CAPRARA, BRADLEY JOSEPH 80, 229 CARAWAY, CLAYTON SCOTT 121, 268, 281 CARIUS, RAINER 56, 183. 188 CARLILE, JAMES M. JR. 96 CARLISLE, ANGIE MARIE 80 CARLSON. ANTHONY CARL 96. 280 CARLTON. KIMBERLY SUE 66. 80 CARNEY, JOHN B. 229. 283 CARNEY. SEAN J. 121. 224. 229 CARPENTER, MARILEA C. 68, 109 CARR, CATHY D. 121, 251 CARR, PAMELA RENEE 121, 198 CARROLL. ANDREW DICKSON 121. 167, 194 CARROLL, JUANITA GEAN 96 CARROLL, LESLIE RAE 109, 163, 170, 186. 242. 267. 276 CARROLL. LINDA GAIL 121 CARROLL, SHERRY 80 CARROLL, TAMMY RENEE 121 CARROLL, TERESA ANN 109 CARSON. DELORIA 96 CARSON, HOPE A. 109, 185 CARSWELL, HAROLD 109 CARSWELL, MATHER 80, 283 CARTER. ANDY 322, 324 CARTER. BRENDA 96 Index 399 CARTER. BRIDGET V. 96. 223. 229. 327 CARTER, CARA LEIGH 96. 229. 247. 277 CARTER, CHARLES FRANCIS 80 CARTER, CHARLES W. 109 CARTER, CYNTHIA JOY 96 CARTER, DERRICK JUAN 80 CARTER, LATANYA PATRICE 80 CARTER, LORNA MICHELLE 323 CARTER, MONICA J. 121, 201 CARTER. ROBERT JEWAYNE 80. 328 CARTER, RUDOLPH 109, 212 CARTER, SUSAN N. 33, 121, 277 CARTER, TERRI LYN 109, 199 CARTER, THOMAS EDWARD JR. 80 CARTER, TROY L. 109 CARVER, JAMES 80 CARVIN, TRACY DENISE 96 CASBY, LOLA 133 CASEY, ANGIE DENEEN 80 CASEY, DANA 96 CASEY, SHANE DOUGLAS 121 CASSADY, JERILYN 80. 242, 276, 329 CATON, STEPHEN TODD 96 CATRETT, THOMAS D. 109 CAUTHEN, WILLIAM DAVID 109, 167, 322 CAVANAGH. MICHAEL JOHN 121 CETTI, ANNE COSBY 121 CHAMBLEY, SHARON 809 CHAMBLESS, VIDA 133 CHANCEY, CYNTHIA MARIE 121 CHANCEY. JACKIE 96 CHANDLER. GREGORY F. 34, 121, 208, 259, 282 CHAPMAN, MARTHA J. 122 CHAPMAN, SHERI ANN 80, 323 CHAPMAN, WANDA DENISE 96 CHAREST, TAMARA 122 CHARTER, JAMES 80 CHEATHAM, ROY CARNELL 96 CHERRY, JANICE MARIE 96 CHERRY, KIMBERLY MARIE 122, 182. 264 CHESTNUT, MARY YOLANDA 80 CHILDERS, LEE ALLEN 80 CHILDREE, AMY FELICIA 122 CHILDS, BURNICE ALAN 96 CHINAKWE, CHARLES CHILWZOR 122 CHIPMAN, WILLIAM MARK 80 CHISUM, MICHELLE 80 CHRISTENSEN, CARY 121 CHRISTENSEN, RAE ANN 80. 229. 252. 279 CHRISTIAN. JOAN 80 CHRISTMAS. CHERYL 96 CHRISTMASS, MICHAEL ARTHUR 80 CHRISTMASS, MICHAEL ARTHUR 57 CLARK. ABRAHAM HENRY 96, 263, 280 CLARK, BETSY LYNN 80. 312 CLARK, BRYAN LEWIS 80 CLARK. CANDY YVETTE 97 CLARK, CEDRIC GLENN 80 CLARK, CYNTHIA GAYLE 80. 184 CLARK. JOHN A. JR. 109, 240 CLARK. OLIVIA 80 CLARK, STACEY ALISE 80 CLARK, THERESA LYNNE 97, 202 CLARK, TONI 97 CLARK. WILLIAM G. JR. 122 CLAUNCH, TAMARA BELLE 97, 251, 347 CLAYTON, PATRICIA 80 CLEARY. KERRI DENISE 97, 182 CLEGG. CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH 80 CLEM, JAMES TED 97 CLEMMONS. TONYA KAYE 80 CLICKNER, DAVID MICHAEL 97, 281, 285 CLIKAS, CARRIE MARIETTA 80, 242, 276. 288, 289 CLINGENPEEL, CINDA KAY 97, 242, 276 CLOUD. BRENDA 97 CLYATT, JENNIFER M. 122, 347, 251, 286 COATE, LEENETTE 80, 252, 279 COATES, KENDALL MARTIN 97, 183 COBB, ALENDA CAROL 97 COBB, ALISA L. 109 COBB, HARRY JAMES 97 COBURN. LAURA JO 109 COCHRAN, LONNIE JEROME 109, 306 CODY, ROBERT MICHAEL 80, 253 COE, DENNIS RANDAL 109 COHOLICH, DOLORES THERESA 97, 267, 324 COLEMAN. ANGELA VERONICA 46. 97, 170. 207 COLEMAN. CATHERINE H. 102. 109, 276 COLEMAN, JAMES D. 97. 283 COLEMAN. MICHAEL F. 97 COLEMAN, PAUL J. 109, 167, 238 COLEMAN, TANNA RENE 109, 181 COLEMAN, YOLANDA V. 122 COLEY, DEBORAH WORTHINGTON 109 COLLIER. PATRICIA MARIA 80 COLLINS, KIMBERLY ANN 163. 190, 229, 241, 257, 276 COLLINS. SHANNON R. 122. 163. 264 COLLINS, TIMOTHY 122 COLLVER, CARON LYNN 96 COLLVER. CATHERINE MARIE 109 COLMAR, SUSAN LYNN 122, 229 COLVIN, LINDA SHELTON 80 COLVIN, STEPHANIE DAWN 109 COLWELL, JOEY BRUCE 97, 282 COMBS, PAMELA ELAINE 122, 185, 200, 278 CONANT, PHILIP BYRON 109, 182 CONBOY, THOMAS JOSEPH 80 CONDON, RAYMOND D. 97, 215 CONNER, LLOYD DONALD 97 CONNER, ROBERT WAYNE 98, 217 CONNER, SANDRA RENAE 80 CONOLY. DAVID ALAN 176, 202, 280 COOK, CHARLES NELSON 80 COOK, GLEN EDWARD 280 COOK, GLORIA J. 109 COOK, JEFFREY WAYNE 98 COOK, LASHON 109 COOK, LYNN O. 179 COOK, RENAE WENDY 80 COOKE, BRYAN GARY 264, 280 COON, THOMAS FRED 80 COOPER, EDWINA 98 COOPER, KATHY 98 COOPER, MELINDA IRENE 122 COPELAND, HARRIET MARIA 122, 312 COPPAGE, WILLIAMDARREN 98 CORBETT, LYON L. 122 CORBITT, BRYANT D. 122 CORBITT, KARA PATRICIA 80 CORLEY, JULIA LYNN 98 CORNELIUS, SUZANNE LEA 28, 98, 264 CORSINO, SUSAN DENISE 122, 279 CORSINO, TRACY DIANE 80 COSKREY. MARSHA CAROL 98, 221 COSPER. CHRISTOPHER S. 98, 183 COSSON. MISTY MICHELLE 80 COSTON, THOMASETTE LANETTE 109 COTTEN, ROBERT CARTER 98. 338, 341 COTTINGHAM, GENE E., RJ. 80, 322 COUNCIL. SHARION 98 COVEN, JOHN EDWARD 122, 182 COVEN, SHANNON SHIREY 133 COWART, LESSIE MAE 98, 223, 229 COWART, LORRAINE 99 COX. BOBBY BERNARD 109 COX. CYNTHIA LEIGH 80 COX. ELAINE FRANCES 109. 242. 276 CRAIG, AMY ELIZABETH 80, 242, 276 CRANMER, LAURA LOU 98 CRAWFORD, ALFONSO C. 263. 280 CREEL. ADAM. J. 109 CREEL, ALISA JONES 34, 122, 177 CRENSHAW, CASSANDRA 80 CRENSHAW. TINA MICHELLE 80 CREWS, RORY C. 109, 202 CRIBB, KENNETH ALLAN 122 CRIBB, PHILLIP WAYNE 122 CRIM, GRETCHEN REBECCA 81, 165, 270 CRIM, WILLIAM DENNIS 179, 200 CRISP, LAWRENCE A. 81, 260, 279 CROUT, SHARRON RENEE 98 CROW, CATHERINE ANN 98, 251 CROWE, GEORGE QUINT 98 CROWELL, JANET LOUISE 252 CROWSON, HAROLD JR. 122 CRUMLY, CATHY LYNN 81, 242, 276 CRUZ-ORTIZ REUBEN 109 CUDE. DONNA R. 109, 223, 229 CUELLAR. ANGELICA THERESA 122 CUELLAR. MONICA ANN 98, 264 CULLEN, ANNA ELIZABETH 81, 276 CULP, DYKES ALLEN 122, 253, 271 CULPEPPER, YVON BRANTLEY 109, 198 CULVERHOUSE, DONNA LEE 247, 277 CULVERHOUSE. JIMMY 122 CUMBIE, VIKKI LEIGH 98 CUMLANDER, SIDNEY R. 122 CUNNINGHAM, ALYCE 98 CUNNINGHAM, GERALD R. 98 CURENTON, ARTHUR D. 98 CURENTON, CELENA ANN 81 CURTIS, GEORGE LEWIS 109, 229 CURTIS, MILDRED 223 CURTIS, SAMUEL D. 98, 280 CURVIN, JEFFREY LYNN 98, 267, 281 CUTRUZZULA, MICHAEL O. 109, 266, 279 D DABBS, STEPHEN POWELL 46, 98, 16d DAILEY, DARRYL EUGENE 98 DAILEY, ELAINE DENISE 81, 252, 279 DALE, JOHN DWYANE 109 DAMRON, DAVID 81 DANEK, DANA DENISE 81 DANIEL, LORRETTA 98 DANSBY, JOHN D. 81 DANSBY, KIMBERLY ALISA 109 DANTZLER, MENDELYN RENEE 81 DARYOONI, PARVIZ A. 122 DASINGER, JANA K. 81, 264 DAUGHTERY, FRANK LEE 81 DAUGHERTY, RYAN WANER 109, 208. 282 DAUGHERTY. WILLIAM A. 81 DAUGHTRY, DEBBIE J. 206 DAUGHTRY, WILLIAM M. 122 DAVENPORT, CARTER F. 122 DAVENPORT, DANA LEE 109, 252, 279 DAVENPORT, JAMES SHAWN 81 DAVENPORT, PATRICIA A. 81 DAVENPORT, VIVIAN 248. 278 DAVENPORT, YOLANDA B. 133 DAVIDSON, SARAH OUIDA 81 DAVIS. ANITA CUMBIE 179 DAVIS, BRIAN STACY 81, 292 DAVIS, BROCKTON S. 109, 163, 166 176, 202 DAVIS, DONNA LYNN 81, 184, 229 DAVIS, EDNA ELIZABETH 81, 251 DAVIS, FAY EMERSON 122. 248, 278 DAVIS, JAMES EARL 81, 264, 280 DAVIS, JAMES II 98 DAVIS, JENNIFER L. 122, 183 DAVIS, JESS R. 122 400 Index DAVIS, JUDSON DANA 109 DAVIS. KIMBERLY ANN 98 DAVIS, LISA C. 81 DAVIS, MARIE ANN 133 DAVIS, MARSHAE F. 122, 195 DAVIS, PAMELA GIBSON 46, 271 DAVIS, ROBERT LEE 34, 109, 151, 176, 229 DAVIS, ROBIN LOUANN 98 DAVIS, ROGER 264, 280 DAVIS. STANLEY 81 DAVIS, TOMMY LARAY 109 DAVIS. VICKIE LYNN 122 DAVISON, DEBORAH DENISE 81 DEAN, CRYSTAL LYNN 81 DEAN, JEROLYN MICHELE 98. 251, 257 DEAN, JOHN HOWARD 98 DECKER. DAWN ANNE 81. 279 DECKER. SHERRI LYNN 81 DEES. JOHN CALVIN 109. 292 DEHAYE. JANICE MARIE 323. 324 DEHOTMAN, SANDRA LEE 122, 179, 200 DEJARNETT. BOBBY F. 109, 320 DELPRETE, JILL 98 DEMPSEY. NEIL HARRISON 81 DENHAM, DONALD LEE 268. 281 DENISON. JOSEPH P. 122 DENISON. WILLIAM RAE JR. 110. 224. 229, 260. 279 DENMAN, LANCE A. 81, 122 DENNIS. MICHAEL AUBREY 81 DENNY, SCOTT DOUGLAS 98 DERAMUS. ANGELA D. 122 DERAMUS, PAMELA RAE 81 DESMOND. KIM SHERREE 164 DEW. JACKSON SCOTT 253. 282, 326 DEWAR, BRENTON JAMES 81, 322 DEWBERRY, ALETA LYNN 81, 252, 279 DEWBERRY. JANE E. 110 DEWBERRY, LYNWOOD 81, 229 DIAMOND, RICHARD KYLE 81 DIBARI, STEVEN 122 DICESARE, FRANK MARIO 122, 253. 256. 268. 281 DICESARE. ROSANNA MARIA 110. 252. 268 .279 DICKEY. MICHAEL DOUGLAS 122 ! DICKSON. JAMES M. 122, 200, 282 [DIGGS, CATHY DENISE 81 DIGULLA, LISHA RENEE 122 IDILLARD, HARRIET JO 81 DIX. THOMAS C. 98 DIXON, ANDREA CELESTINE 98 blXON. DAVID E. 98 IDIXON. HAROLD BEAUREGARD 81 ' DIXON. JANE F. 122. 163. 164. 242 JDOBBS. CARLA DENISE 81. 333 ' DOBBS, RICHARD ALLAN 98 PDOCTSON, GREGORY M. 110. 167 I DONALD. JOHN BROOKS 81, 283 DONALDSON, ANTHONY LEE 81, 229 DONALDSON, LINDA JEAN 122 jiDONALDSON, SHARON LYNN 110 IDONOHUE. ANNE M. 81, 252, 279 i|DOOLEY, CARLA YVETTE 81 tDORMAN. VICKI LYNN 98 |!DORMER. CHARLES JOHN 81. 267 ' DORSEY. DORELL L. 98. 215. 229 [DOSS, JAMES SAMUEL II 98, 281 PDOTHARD, GEORGE WALLACE 98, 292 DOTY, CHRISTOPHER JAMES 122, 279 DOTY, SHAWN ALLEN 98, 338 DOUGLAS, STEPHANIE L 81. 264, 276 DOVE. BRIAN KEITH 122, 279 DOWDLE, DEBORAH LYNNE 122, 260, 261 DOWNIE, PAULA D. 110 DOWNING, WILEY WILLIAM 110 DOYLE, DONNA RAE 81 DOYLE. LORI WILLNER 122 DOZIER, KIM ANN 81 DRAKE. DEBORAH ANN 81, 165 DRAKE, HARRY L. JR. 110 DRAWDY. BRENDA DIANNE 122 DREW, PETER ALAN 110 DRIGGERS, WALTER DARREN 224, 151 DRINKARD, SANDRA RUTH 98 DRISKELL, RACHEL LEIGH 98 DRIVER. SHANNON DEE 122. 179 DRURY. JEFFREY DUANE 98. 271, 282 DUBOSE, BRAD 110 DUBOSE, CHICO V. 110 DUBOSE, MARY WESLEY 122 DUDDY, MARGUERITE A. 98 DUFF, JULIE ELIZABETH 110. 194, 217 DUFF. SUSAN RENE 98. 199. 277 DUFFY, CHAIYOU 81 DUGOSH, JAMES ANDREW 81 DUGOSH, THOMAS LEROY 1 10, 253 DUNBAR. DENISE LAZELDA 245. 277 DUNCAN, CONSTANCE LEE 98. 323. 324 DUNCAN, KATHY L. 110, 241, 264, 267 DUNCAN, PATRICIA L. 110 DUNKIN, DAWN RENEA 98 DUNN, ANN SANDERS 122 DUNN, JUSTINE SUSAN 122 DUNN, TONY HAROLD 122 DUNN, WILLIAM PATRICK 81 DUNSON. DANIEL WAYNE 81 DURR, MADELL RUTH 81, 327 DURRANCE, JUSTIN K. 34, 122, 271, 282 DYE, ELIZABETH ANNE 81 DYE, MICHAEL ANDREW 81, 271, 282 DYESS, WILLIAM TIMOTHY 81 DYKE, CHRISTINE LOIS 98, 241. 276 DYKES, HOWARD ONEAL 110, 271, 282 DYMECKI, ADAM JOSEPH 98 DYSON, REGINA MARGARET 110, 247 EARL, LUCY M. 81 EAST. KATHY LEIGH 81 EASTERUNG, MITZIE DENISE 81 EASTERLING, SHEILA 133 EASTERWOOD, LARRY CRAIG 110 EASTIN. JILL J. 81. 300 EATON. JAMES BLAIN 81 EBNER, JOSEPH ANDREW 264 ECONOMIDES, DEBORAH AMELIA 129 EDDINGTON. ANTOINE LEENER 110, 196, 320 EDEKER, VANCE DUKE 122 EDELBERG, KATHARINE MARY 81, 144, 181, 274 EDENFIELD, KENNY DOUGLAS 81 EDGE, DARRIS S. 81 EDKINS, GEORGE JEROME 82 EDWARDS, ANGIE MARCIA 82 EDWARDS, EMILY L. 98. 229, 333 EFORD, ALFONZIE 82 EFURD, SANDRA LOUISE 122, 200 ELDER, VALERIE 98 ELDER, WANDA 110, 323 ELDRIDGE, ROBERT STAN 122. 281 ELENZ. MICHAEL TROY 122 ELLETT. WALLACE HOWARD 82 ELLINGTON, JOE LEBRON 110 ELLINOR. CATHERINE MARIE 110, 183 ELLIS, BERNARD J. 82 ELLIS, CHARLES M. 34, 122 ELLIS, CINDY SUE 82 ELLIS, DANA JEMIQUE 82, 241, 268 ELLIS, EMORY E. 122 ELLIS, GWENDOLYN SUE 98, 248, 278 ELLIS, JEFFERY JACKSON 82 ELLIS, SCARLETT YVONNE 82, 229 ELLIS, SHARON DIANNE 82 ELLIS. STEPHEN 98 ELLISON, SHERRY M. 133 ELLISOR, MARY ELIZABETH 122. 196 ELLISOR. ROBERT GLENN 110 ELMORE, CHARLES MICHAEL 110. 250. 320 ELMORE, DEBRA KAY 82 ELMORE, GARY S. 82. 267. 281 EMELOGU. JOHN CHIKWENDU 1 10 ENGLETT. MICHAEL TODD 319, 320 ENGLISH, CARA LEIGH 82 ENGLISH, J. SCOTT 55. 122. 208, 242. 243. 282 ENGLISH. JAMES ROSS 82. 198. 217 ENZOR. JENNIFER L. 110. 241 EPTING, SHIRLEY DERRICE 110 ERDOESY, JOHN F. 122, 167, 256 ESLER, WILLIAM B. 110 ESLINGER, JULIE ANNE 82, 252, 264, 279 ESTES, PAUL DAVID 122, 271 ETHERIDGE, CARLTON WESLEY 122 ETHERIDGE, JOHNNY ALFRED 82 ETTERLEE. FARRIS DERIAL JR. 123 EVANS, CONNIE REE 98, 199 EVANS, JOSEPH 110 EVANS, MELINDA JO 82 EVERAGE, ANTHONY 98 EVERETT, JAMES ROBERT 82 EVERS, JOHN 123 FAIRCLOTH, DEBBIE ANN 82 FAIRCLOTH, JOHN KENNETH 82 FAIRCLOTH, MOLLY 123 FAISON. LEAH ELLEN 123 FAISON, SHAWN INETTE 82 FAITH. JOSEPH ETHRIDGE 98 FARABEE, SHERRILYNNE 123 FARMER. ANGELA G. 110, 195, 217 FARMER, WENDY K. 123, 163, 247, 268, 277 FARNHAM, CHARLES RODNEY 82 FARRAR, ALLYSON KAY 123, 260, 261 FARRIS, JENNIFER DIANE 82. 247. 277 FAULK. CATHY 123 FAUST, JAMES W. 110 FAVARULO, DAVID A. 82 FEARS, BOBBIE JEAN 82 FEARTHERINGILL, LORI M. 82 FENDERSON. HAROLD EDWARDS 82 FENN, JAY JENNINGS 82 FENN, TRACI REBECCA 82 FENNELL. ERA D. 98 FERGUSON, ALMA L. 98 FERGUSON, DE BBIE ANN 110 FERIA, REBECA 16. 17. 98. 168. 188, 242, 276 FERRARI, KAREN L. 202 FERRY, DAYNA C. 82, 210, 276, FICKE, DIANE CAROL 110, 112, 202, 203, 204 FINCH, CHARLES H. 34. 1 10, 176, 240, 271, 282 FINDER, TAMMY ANNE 123, 193 FINEDORE, RAY BRYAN 123, 281 FIRKIN, ERIC C. 123, 202, 203, 204 FISHER, WENDY JOE 82 FITCH, ANGELA 99, 198 FITZPATRICK, MARILYN J. 123, 277, 283 FITZWILUAM. SEAN PATRICK 123, 188, 322, 324. 285 FLANDERS. SHIRLEY U. 123 FLANDERS, WALTER B. 123 FLEMING, WILLIAM ALLEN 110 FLETCHER, ALFRED 82, 27 1 FLETCHER, JAMES ROBERT 110. 165 FLORES, GREISY 99. 229 FLOWERS, FAYE 123, 276 FLOWERS, MARCELLA RUTH 82 FLOWERS, MELANIE ANN 123. 201 FLOWERS, REBA 110 FLOWERS, THOMAS JONES 123, 244, 283 FLOWERS. TIMOTHY CARROLL 82 FLOYD. ANTHONY SCOTT 82 FLOYD. CARLA LEANNE 82 FLOYD, DAVID LEE 99 FLOYD, JAMES SIDNEY 82, 280 FLOYD. MARIANNE 198. 252. 268. 277 FLOYD. RONALD E. 82 FLOYD. STEVEN PATRICIA 82 FOLLEY. DAVID CRAIG 123. 204 FOLMAR, BARBARA ROUNTREE 123 FOLMAR. CHERYL LYNETTE 99 FOLMAR, EDIE NONNENMAN 99 FOLMAR, NANCY DELOIS 99 FOLMAR. SHEILA RENAE 82 FOLTZ. JAMIE ELIZABETH 123 FONT. GRICELLE 99 FONTENOT. CHRIS BERNARD 110 FORD. CHARLTON KANE 123 FORD, DOROTHY MICHELL 229 FORD, KATHLEEN 82 FORD, LAURA MARY 123 FORD, LORI ANN 123 FORD, RALPH EUGENE II 123, 229 FORD, TALISMAN 82. 225. 229 FORD, TAMMY SUE 23, 246. 247. 260. 261, 277 FORT, CARL HUGH 99 FORTHMAN. MAUREEN RACHELE 24, 29. 99. 271 FORTUNE, GARY W. 82 FOSHEE, SUSAN KENNEDY 99, 251. 268 FOSTER, CHRIS HORACE 82 FOSTER, DEBORAH ALLEN 123, 191 FOSTER, JERRY WAYNE 123, 256, 258. 268. 281 FOSTER, KENNETH DEWAYNE 123 FOUNTAIN, AUBREY A. 123 FOURNIER, ANDREA KEELEY 82 FOWLER, ELIZABETH RENEE 82, 144, 151 192, 241, 276 FOWLER, SHERI LYNNE 99 FOWLER, TIMOTHY ELLISON 110, 281 FOX, ROBERT MURPHREE 99 FOXWORTH, ANDREA RENEE 99 FRADY, GREGORY DOYLE 123, 320 FRANDI, JACKI HELON 99, 196, 210 FRANDSEN, JANA JANE 123 FRANKLIN, KAREN LUANA 110 FRANKLIN, MARLA 24, 29, 123 FRANKLIN, MARY MACHELLE 82 FRAZIER, ROBERT 99 FRAIZER, TITUS MARTIN 99 FREE, AMY B. 123 FREE. CATHY DENISE 99, 198 FREEMAN, DEREK W. 123 FREEMAN, JEFFREY BLAKE 110, 271, 282 FREEMAN. TAMMY 82 FRITH. ROBERT SHANNON 82 FROSCH. CINDI LIN 82. 229 FROST. BARRY EDWARD 99. 274. 283 FROST. SYLVIA LYNN 123 FRY, GREGORY THOMAS 123 FULFORD, EDWARD SCOTT 110 FULLER, JERRY KEVIN 123 FULLER, KIMBERLY DIANE 82, 251 FULLER, LINDA J. 110 FULLER, PEBLEY JUNE 99, 229. 274 FUNK. LORI ANN 110. 247. 277 FUQUA. ANDREW M. 110. 176. 201 FUSSELL. TERRY MICHAEL 99 G GADDY, JEANNEAN 123 GADDY. SABRINA LEWIS 110. 214 GAINES, JOSEPH MICHAEL 110 GAINES, KAREN DIANE 82 GALBRAITH, SCOTT 99, 268, 271 GALLAGHER, WAYNE HEATH 82 GALLENSTEIN, DONNA KAY 82 GAMBLE, THOMAS EDWIN 123 GANDY, OUISA A. 99 GARDNER, ALFRED JEROME 82 Index 401 GARDNER, WILLIAM SCOTT 99. 283 GARNER, DARLENE MARIE 110, 176, 242, 271. 288 GARNER, JACK RHODES JR. 1 10, 229 GARNER, LISA ANN 82 GARRETT, CYNTHIA LEIGH 82 GARRETT, DENNIS M. 123, 307 GARRETT, JESSE THOMAS 82, 268. 281 GARRETT, KIMBERLY DAWN 99 GARRETT. STANLEY 123 GARRISON. WENDY SUE 82, 252, 279 GARTMAN. SHELIA RENAE 110 GATES. JAY ANDREW 110 GATES, KENNETH DALE 99, 229 GATLIN, RICHARD T. 46, 123. 166, 167 GAUSPOHL, WILLIAM EDWARD 123, 250, 271, 282, 347 GAUTNEY, GARY MIKE 123 GAVIN, TANJA THERESA 123. 274 GAVRAS, JIMMIE G. 123 GEIGER. ANDREA E. 82 GELL, LARRY T. 110, 260 GENTZ, TROY C. 82 GERMAN, RODNEY OTIS 110 GIBBS, RONALD THOMAS 133 GIBBS, SARA KATE 110, 206, 257. 276. 299 GIBSON, CAROLYN H. 177 GIBSON, ELAINE G. 133 GIBSON, JASON WAYNE 99 GIBSON, PHILLIP DUVAL 83, 271, 282 GIBSON, SHIRLEY JEAN 99 GIBSON, SUSAN LEE 123 GIDDENS, WADE TIMOTHY 123 GILBERT, PAUL EDWARD 110, 253 GILBERT, SCOTT A. 123 GILHEART, JAMES C. 110 GILLEY.MARTY LEE 110 GILLEY, PHILLIP CAMPBELL 99, 260, 280 GILLEY, TIMOTHY JAMES 83 GILLIAM, REBECCA LYNN 83, 217 GILLIS, CHARLES HAROLD 83 GILLIS, KEVIN WESLEY 83 GILLIS, MICHAEL L. 123 GILLIS, STEPHEN ANDREW 83 GILMORE, KELLY SHERREE 99. 279, 347 GIRONER, JENNIFER RUTH 83. 192, 241, 276 GIVENS, JACQUELINE D. 83 GIVENS, MALIA ANNE 183 GLASCO, PATRICIA RENEE 123 GLASS, MELANIE LYNN 99 GLAZE. LASHERA 83 GLENN. CYNTHIA WYLENE 83 GLIDEWELL. TODD ANTHONY 83, 242, 243 GLOVER. ALEX LEROY 123 GODSEY, ROBERT STANLEY 83 GODWIN, BRENDA 133 GODWIN. VIRGINIA KAY 251, 260, 261 GOFF, PAM L. 123 GOLDEN. BARRY DOUGLAS 123 GOLDEN. LARRY KENNAN 123, 253, 280 GOLDEN, LEITH 66, 83, 242, 276 GOLDEN, MONA 110, 190 GOLDSMITH, MICHAEL O ' BRIAN 83 GOOD, DAVID LAURENCE 337 GOODSON, TERRY LEROY 110 GOODWIN. KENNETH WAYNE 99 GOODWIN. KRISTA LYNN 83 GORDON. ALLEN TRAVIS 83 GORDON. DAWN LARIE 110 GORDON, JAMES STEVEN 99, 205 GORE. KIMBERLY LANE 83, 251 GOREY, MICHELLE E. 83 GOSS, JOSEPH B. 123. 222 GOTTSCHALL. JAMES EDWARD 83, 338. 341 GOWAN, ELIZABETH FAYE 123. 229 GOWAN. WILLIAM ROSS 322 GRABLE. JEFFREY SCOTT 83 GRADIC, JERRY DEWAYNE 123. 282, 326 GRAFALS. ANTHONY WAYNE 99, 264, 280 GRAHAM. MARK JACKSON 83 GRAHAM. ROBERT MICHAEL 83 GRANBERRY. DAVID NEIL 99. 267 GRANBERRY. MICHAEL RAY 123, 207 GRANT, ANITA SPEAR 133 GRANT, BERNARD M. 99, 167 GRANT, LEIGH KELLY 83, 251. 267 GRASSO, DARIO 99. 336, 337 GRAVES, KENNETH DWAIN 123, 201, 214 GRAY, JAMES T. 123, 214 GRAY, LESIA A. 123 GRAY, PHILIP DOUGLAS 83, 281 GREEN, DANIEL L. 35, 123, 177, 202 GREEN, DARRYL W. 123 GREEN, EMILY LOUISE 83 GREEN, IRIS D. 123, 347 GREEN, JEFFERY LAMAR 83 GREEN, KIM RENE 123 GREEN, LYNN WATSON 123, 200 GREEN. PAMELA SUE 124, 279 GREEN, PATRICIA L. 124, 185 GREEN, RILEY P. 99, 208, 281 GREEN, SHARON E. 99, 124 GREEN, THOMAS WESTON 133. 188, 196, 201, 274, 283 GREEN, WILLIAM KEVIN 83 GREENE, MARJORIE E. 252. 279 GREENSPAN. DAVID SAMUEL 256, 271, 282 GREER, JAMES ALLEN 133 GREGORY, RACHEL ANN 124 GRESHAM, DOUG 124, 231 267 GRESSEL, MARK BRIAN 83. 322 GRICE. JOHN STEPHEN 83, 281 GRICE, ROBERT E. JR. 125. 215. 224. 229 GRIDER, KAREN LEIGH 242, 243. 276 GRIFFIN, CHARMENE DIONNE III 248. 277 GRIFFIN. DONNA DENISE 248, 277 GRIFFIN, JOHN PHILLIP 260, 280 GRIFFIN, KAREN D. 83 GRIFFIN, MARTHA M. 83 GRIFFIN, STEPHANIE ELANIE 99 GRIFFITH, THOMAS D. 124, 281 GRIGGS, IANTHIA RENEE 99 GRIMES. DAVID W. 124. 167. 282 GRIMES. SHANNON LANE 99, 280 GRISWOLD, ASHLEY LANE 83, 251 GROVER, TAMMY RENAE 83. 242. 276 GRUBB. DARRELL TRENT 83, 280 GUILFORD, TIMOTHY FOY 83 GUILLOT, DAVID M. 281 GULLEY, MELISSA K. 1 1 1 GULLEY. REGINA LOUISE 99 GULLEY. SANDRA R. 124 GULLEY. SHARON 327 GUNN. JAMES NILES 124 GUNN. MARY ELIZABETH 83, 223. 229 GUNTER. DONNA RENEE 83 GUNTER, RHONDA MICHELLE 23. 1 1 1, 252, 271, 279 GUNTER, WILLIAM L. 111, 214, 264 GURIS, MARY SHANNON 99 GURSKI, JERRY WESLEY 83 GUY, MICHELE LYN 267 GUYTON, ROBERT E. 111, 267 H HADAWAY. KIRBY J. 124 HADDOCK, SHARON LOUISE 83 HAGADORN, TAMMY 83, 165, 279 HAKMAN, VIRGINIA MARIE 83 HALE, SUSAN KAE 124 HALE, VERONICA R. 124 HALEY, DAVID LEE 124 HALEY, DONNA LYNN 124 HALEY, MATTHEW D. 99, 280 HALL, AMY C. 124 HALL, BENJAMIN J. 99 HALL, BRIAN 83 HALL, BYRON RUSSELL 111, 201 HALL, CAROL LYNN 83 HALL, DARRYL T. 83 HALL, DIANE 333 HALL, GREGORY CARSON 99, 167 HALL, LENORA ARITHA 99 HALL, LISA GAIL 99 HALL, LISA LYNN 83 HALL. LORETTA LYNN 111 HALL. MARK BEATTY 274 HALL. MARY DIANE 111, 196 HALL. PEGGY S. 1 1 1 HALL. RICHIE LEON 83, 306 HALL, RICKY LAMAR 11, 260 HALL, SHANNON WAYNE 124, 242, 243, 267, 281 HALL, SIS 111 HALL, TAMMY R. 83 HALL, WILLIAM RANDOLPH JR. 99 HALLADAY, PAULA ANN 83 HAM, MATTHEW WAYNE 111 HAMILTON. CHRISTOPHER S. 124, 201, 267. 281 HAMILTON, ELIZABETH JANE 99, 276 HAMILTON, KENNETH CHARLES 111, 167, 271, 282, 326 HAMILTON, MARGARET L. 1 1 1 HAMM, MELISSA KAYE 111 HAMMETT, DEBRA SUE 83 HAMMETTE, RAYFORD L. 99 HAMMOND, ELIZABETH RACHEL 99 HAMMONDS. LONZYA LAMAR 1 1 1 HANCOCK, L. TODD 52, 83, 271, 282 HANEY. TOMMIE LYNN 99, 299 HANGROVE, BEVERLY 133 HANSELMAN, DAVID WAYNE 320 HANSON, ANTHONY DERWIN 124, 167 HARDEN, DALE ALFRED 83 HARDEN, LISA MARIA 83 HARDEN, THERESA CARLIN 199 HARDIN, PAMELA SUSAN 124, 184 HARDIN, TRESA CAROL 25. 54, 111, 151. 276 HARDY, ELANJA FELISE 83 HARGROVE, BEVERLY LYNN 83 HARP, CHRIS EDWARD 83 HARP, SAM R. 111, 271, 282 HARPER, DAWN L. 124, 278 HARPER. LISA DIANNE 125 HARPER. SANDI RENEA 83 HARRELL, RICKY CHARLES 125 HARRELL, ROBERT C. 125 HARRELL. SONYA JAVELLE 83 HARRELL. TRACY KAYLON 83 HARRELL, WARREN KEITH 83, 177 HARRELSON, BILLIE SIMMONS 179 HARRINGTON, DWAYNE JOSEPH 83, 264, 280 HARRINGTON, JOSEPH BRYANT 256 HARRINGTON, KENNETH GILES 83 HARRINGTON, REESE DALE 111 HARRIS, AL MARTINO 83 HARRIS, CELESTE A. 84 i 402 Index HARRIS. CRAWFORD E. 125. 222. 229 HARRIS. DOREE FRANCES 125. 201 HARRIS. KEVIN ORLANDO 84 HARRIS. LEROY 84, 229 HARRIS, RALPH WILLIAM 99 HARRIS, RICHARD W. 328 HARRIS, SAMUEL GRAY 99 HARRIS, SHANNON MICHELLE 83 HARRIS. SHERRY LEIGH 83. 228 HARRIS. THERESA LYNNE 125 HARRIS. WILLIAM GREGORY 1 1 1 HARRISON. JAN SCHMITT 99 HARRISON. JEFFREY ALLISON 83, 184. 280 HARRISON. MARI Jl. 125. 252, 279 HARRISON. MILTON A. 111 HARRISON, RICHARD Q. 83 HARRISON, ROLAND EUGENE 83 HARRISON, WILLIAM KEYES 99 HART, CHRISTOPHER ERIC 125 HARTIN, RICHARD GLENN 83 HARTSELLE, TIMOTHY C. 125. 229 HARTZOG. CHRISTOPHER PAT 111 HARVEY. DEADRA M. 125 HARVEY. JAMES M. JR. 111, 189 HARVISON. LORI LEA 99 HARWELL, HAL IVES 83. 242. 243. 271. 282. 326 HARWELL, JEFFREY LEE 83, 322. 324 HASKELL, DOREEN ANN 333 HASSETT. LINDA SUSAN 99 HATAWAY. JANET ELIZABETH 125. 190, 191 HATCHER, THOMAS KEITH 229, 280 HATCHETT, TAMERA R. 1 1 1 HATHAWAY, VIRGINIA SUSAN 125 HATTEN, ROMAINE D. 35, 125, 191 HAUNES, CYNTHIA 323 HAWK, ROBERT E. 111 HAWKINS, MARJORIE JEAN 111. 268 HAYES. BARBARA LYNNE 83, 247. 277 HAYES. RHONDA TURNER 83. 170 HAYNES, AREUOUS JUNIOR 99 HAYNES. CYNTHIA SELENA 83 HAYNES. MICHAEL K. 262 HAYS. RANDALL WAYNE 83 HAYWOOD. JIMMIE L. 125 HAZZARD, CURTIS 83 HEAD, JAMES HILBERT 83, 148 HEATH, PATRICIA B. 83 HEATON, HERMAN MANUEL 125 HEISLER, CHARLEEN 35, 125. 177, 214, 225 HEISLER. LAURA M. 125. 251 HEISLER. SCOTT JEFFREY 100 HELMS. ALAN MARK 84 HELMS. DEBORAH ANN 84, 125, 182 HELMS, JAMES HAROLD 84 HELMS, JENELLE 100 HELMS. JUDY C. 125, 252, 279 HELMS, MONA JENINE 100 HELMS, SANDRA 100 HENDERSON, BONNIE 133 HENDERSON, CHARLES ALVIN 84 HENDERSON, FELICIA M. 198 HENDERSON, GARY DEWAYNE 100, 322 HENDERSON, JAMES ANDREW 97, 165, 200, 253, 268, 281, HENDERSON, JAMES LEROY 100 HENDRICKS, BART FLETCHER 84 HENDRICKS, JAMES E. 1 1 1 HENDRIX, GEORGE E. Ill 125, 281 HENDRIX, JACQUELINE L.D. 241, 1 1 1, 276 HENDRIX, VICKIE LYNN 84, 169 HENKEN, VERA ELLEN 100, 333 HENLEY, CATHERINE 125 HENLEY. KEITH A. 125. 172 HENLEY. MELISSA DAWN 111 HENN, NANCY WALKER 125 HENNIGAN, DAVID LEE 282 HENNIGAN. JOHN MORRIS 125 HENRY. BRIAN KEITH 100. 222 HENTON. OSCAR ANTHONY 1 1 1 HERBERT, MICHAEL BERNARD 84 HERBST. DONNA 100 HEROLD, WILLY W. 125, 202, 204, 282 HERRING, CLAUDETTE BISHOP 1 1 1 HERRING, DEBORAH K. 125 HERRING, JAMES HERMAN 84 HERRING, JANICE ANNETTE 125 HERRING, KAREN ELAINE 133 HERRING, KIMBERLY RENEE 1 1 1 HESTER. SID GREGORY 100. 229 HEWETT, CYNTHIA DIANNE 111. 190 HEWITT, STEPHEN RONALD 84 HIBBARD, WILLIAM K. 84, 322, 324 HICKS, CARLUS 263 HICKS, JAMES T. 125. 202, 204 HICKS, ROSA MILDRED 125 HICKS, SANDRA GAIL 133 HICKS, SUZANNE M. 84 HICKS, TINA MARIE 84. 229 HIGDON. KAREN A. 100. 276 HIGDON. ROSLYN HEATHER 84, 247. 277 HIGGINS. CECIL ALLEN 1 1 1 HIGH. SHARON DENICE 279 HILL, ASHLEY GEORGETTE 84, 247, 277 HILL. DENISE ANN 100 HILL. JENNIFER DAWN 84. 170 HILL. LISA SUZANNE 100. 241. 270. 271 HILL, MICHAEL EDDIE 84 HILL. SARAH 100 HILL. SUZIE 300, 302. 303 HILL, SONJI SHALZALE 100 HILL, TANA D. 100, 242, 329 HILSON, RODRICK 125 HINES. DEBORAH KAYE 100, 229 HINES, MATTHEW BRADLEY 111 HINTON, JOHNNA 100 HINTON, WANDA R. 111 HIRTLE, DEBORAH L. 125 HOBBS, LISA ANNE 100 HOBBY. TINA CAROL 84, 229 HOBDY, LAFAYE 125 HOBSON, TATE MASON 1 1 1 HODGE, ROBERT KENT 111 HODGES. KIMBERLY ANN 252, 271, 270 HODGES. PAUL ALAN 84. 217, 229 HOFFMANN, REBECCA A. 111 HOGAN, CHERIE LEA 100, 267. 324 HOGUE, HARRIETT I 100. 178 HOHLBAUGH, JULIE M. 111 HOLDER, JENNY LYNN 100, 125 HOLK, JANET MILLER 125, 260, 261, 277, HOLLAND, STEVE MORGAN 1 1 1, 280 HOLLAND, WALTER JEFF 125, 280 HOLLENBECK, MICHAEL JOHN 125 HOLLENBECK, STEPHEN P. 111 HOLLEY, JOEY E. 111 HOLLEY, RANDALL KEITH 84 HOLLEY, STEVEN SCOTT 84, 268, 281 HOLLEY, WILLIAM TRAVIS 60, 100 HOLLINGSWORTH, JR. SAM B. 125 HOLLINGSWORTH, THOMAS L. 125 HOLLIS, ROBIN LYNN 125 HOLLON, KIMBERLY DENIS 84 HOLLON, WANDA MARIE 100 HOLLOWAY, SHERRY J. MORRIS 100 HOLLY. LISA ELLEN 100 HOLMAN. VONDA MITCHELLE 84 HOLMES, DAVID BRUCE 125 HOLMES, JANET 100 HOLMES, JEFFERY M. 100 HOLMES, LISA RENEE 60, 125. 186 HOLMES, MICKEY ANN 84 HOLMES, STEPHEN P. 111 HOLMES, YOLANDA 133 HOLST, JUDITH 133 HOLT, BARBARA 125 HOLZSCHUH, ROBERT JOHN 111, 283 HONEYCUTT, MARTINA D. 84 HOOKS, MARIA 100 HOREN, SARAH LUREE 1 1 1 HORN, TIA FAYE 84 HORNSBY, ROBERT A. Ill 125 HORSTEAD, TED 111. 248 HORTON. JOHN ERIC 84. 151, 215. 225, 228 HORTON, JULIE HOLMAN 1 1 1 HORTON, ROBERT MERWIN 111. 153 HOSKINS, EVELYN AMANDA 66, 84 HOUGH, SCOTT B. 84 HOUSTON, CASEY LEE 100, 268, 281 HOUSTON. STANLEY C. JR. 84 HOVEY, DINA KAY 111, 229 HOVEY, WILMER PAUL 84, 282, 326 HOWARD, BILLIE MARIE 125 HOWARD, BRETT H. 100 HOWARD, GARRY PATRICK 84 HOWARD, PEGGY L. 111, 182 HOWARD, TERRI L. 277 HOWARD. TODD LESLIE 84 HOWELL, CHARLES A. 125. 283 HOWELL, MARCUS PAUL 111, 264, 267 HOWELL. MURRAY HAMMON 100 HOWELL. PAUL EUGENE 111. 204. 253 HOWELL. SHENANDONEA 85 HOWELL, TANYA 100 HUBBARD, BRYAN DANIEL 84 HUDLEY. DANIEL ROBERT 84 HUDSON, GERALD LEE 111, 282 HUDSON, JAY 111 HUDSON, LISA 100 HUDSON, NEAL THOMAS 125, 229 HUDSON, REGINA ROSE 84 HUDSON, ROBERT LYNN 84 HUDSON, THEODORE S. 100 HUDSON, TONI ALYSON 24, 29, 229, 276 HUFF, BRENDA MICHELLE 125 HUGGINS, SANDRA CAROL 100 HUGHES, CHARLES 100 HUGHES, FRANCES ELAINE 100 HUGHES, JARROD DEWEY 84 HUGHES. LYNDA CLARE 56. 100. 342. 344. 345 HUGHES. SANDRA DAVENPORT 100 HUGHES. TRINA ANN 100 HUGHEY, CALVIN R. 125, 179. 224 HUGHEY. EDWARD CAROL 100 HUGHIE, JOAN D. 125, 229 HUMPHREY. DONN MICHAEL 222, 229 HUNT, DEBBIE L. 125, 177, 200, 271, 276 HUNT, IAN MICHAEL 84, 250, 282, 326 HUNT, TODD LOGAN 84, 229, 282 HUNTER, DORIS DIAN 125, 179 HUNTER, TONNA DALE 1 1 1 HUNTLEY, SHARON DIANNE 125 HURST, CELIA ANN 111 HURST. KEVIN EDWARD 125 HURST. TRACE LYNN 100, 229 HURST, WILLIAM JOHN 125, 144, 151 HUSSAIN, SYED WAJAHAT 84 HUSSEY, LORI DENISE 111, 257, 279 HUTCHESON, LISA A. 61, 100 HUTCHESON, RODNEY RONALD 61, 125 HUTCHINSON, DARLENE L. 84, 277 HUTSKO, TODD M. 111, 286 HUTSON, KECIA MARIE 84, 241, 276 HUTTO, STEVEN K. 84 HUTTON, THOMAS L. 84 HYDE, CHRISTINA MARIE 100, 274 IKNER, BRUCE ALAN 100 INGALLS. KAREN E. 125 INGRAM, CAROLYN LATEASIE 100. 201 INGRAM, DOROTHY RICHARDSON 85 INGRAM, KENT L. 125, 328 INGRAM, LADONNA 111, 267 INGRAM, PAMELA DEAN 85 INGRAM, SHERRI LYNN 85 INMAN, JEAN A. 125 INMAN, KRISTA DAWN 100, 242, 276, 270, INMAN, LAURA ANN E 85, 242, 267. 277 IRBY. KARLA SALANDRA 100 IRIZARRY, MARY-LOUISE 125 IRIZARRY, RUBEN JR. 100 IRONS, DANA R. 125 IRVIN, KIMBERLY KAYE 85 IRWIN, MICHAEL STEVEN 111 ISAAC, LYNDON CHARLES 111. 222. 229 IVERSON, DORIS 100 IVEY. KIMBERLY J. 125 IVEY. MARY ANNE 85. 227. 270 IVEY. REBECCA HAMRICK 125 IVEY, ROBERT ELLIS 85, 224. 229 IVY. DONNA JEAN 85, 251 Index 403 J JACKSON ALDUS S. 111, 280 JACKSON, BRENDA S. 111, 223, 229 JACKSON. DEBORA BAXTER 133 JACKSON. DEBRA 100 JACKSON, DELORAS 133 JACKSON, HOPE MICHAELA 125, 312 JACKSON, HORACE C. 125 JACKSON, JOSEPH LA VON 100, 186 JACKSON. MARTHA ANNE 1 1 1 JACKSON, PEGGY ANN 85 JACKSON, SANDRA 133 JACKSON, THERESA ELAINE 229 JACKSON, TOMMIEE LEE 85 JACKSON, WILLIAML. 100 JACKSON, WILLIE E. 125, 280 JACOBS, JERAL D. 125, 146, 256, 283 JACOBS, VERLIE CATHERINE 133 JAHANNEMA, HAMID R. 111, 188 JAMES, CHARLENE DENISE 85 JAMES, JENNIFER LEIGH 85. 251. 300 JAMES, MICHAEL ANGELO 100, 163, 165, 167, 170 JARBOE, KATHLEEN S. 125. 190, 191 JARIYATEPTAVON, VANIDA 133 JARIYATEPTHAVON, VANVARANG 85 JARRELL, TONY RAY 125 JARVIS, EARDLEY E. 100, 322 JEFFCOAT, RICHARD ANTHONY 125 JEFFRIES, RICKY RIVERA 85 JELLEY, DARLA BETH 85, 211, 277 JENKINS, DONALD R. 133 JENKINS. FRANK. JR. 85 JENNINGS, GINA 100 JENNINGS. SONYA 18, 111. 168, 182 JERNIGAN, GINGER MINOR 1 1 1 JERNIGAN, MARILYN MARSHEA 1 1 1 JINRIGHT, CARRIE VIOLA 85. 251 JINRIGHT. YVONNE LISETTE 85 JINWRIGHT. NATALIE K. 279 JIMMERSON, CATHY 100 JOCHEN. JERE E. 100 JOHNS, SHEILA RENAE 112 JOHNS, WILLIAM A. 126 JOHNSON. ALEX 100. 148. 156, 158, 181 JOHNSON, ANGELA JO 100. 260 JOHNSON, ANN HUBBARD 35, 112, 176, 257, 267 JOHNSON. CHERYL MARIE 112 JOHNSON, CYNTHIA ANN 85 JOHNSON, DARLENE ARNELL 112, 198 JOHNSON, DAVID H. 85, 112, 280 JOHNSON, DENISE CAMILLE 35, 126, 177, 199 JOHNSON, ETHENE 100 JOHNSON, ERIC MATTHEW 85, 229 JOHNSON, FRED BURNIE 100 JOHNSON, GERALDINE DENISE 126 JOHNSON, JEFFREY JAMES 100, 281, 268 JOHNSON. JONATHAN LOUIS 85 JOHNSON, JOY REBECCA 85 JOHNSON, KIMBERLY SUE 85 JOHNSON, LINDA LOUISE 85 JOHNSON, MARK A. 126 JOHNSON, PAMELA ELAINE 112, 179, 251 JOHNSON, PAULA RENEE 126, 247 JOHNSON, RACHEL EILEEN 85, 247. 287 JOHNSON, RICKY ALLAN 112 JOHNSON, SHANNON M. 85 JOHNSON, TONY EARL 126, 281 JOHNSON, WANDA DELORES 100 JOHNSTON. BETH B. 133, 198 JOHNSTON, CHRISTINE A. 126 JOHNSTON, JEFFREY DE WAYNE 112, 229 JOHNSTON, JOE P. 100 JOHNSTON, LYN 112 JOHNSTON, PAUL ANDREW 85, 229, 274, 283 JOHNSTON, VONCILA 100 JOHNSTONE, PAM ANN 112, 323, 324 JOLLY, MARLON MICHELLE 85 JONES. ANNETTE 77, 112, 200, 277 JONES, BRENDA FAYE 85 JONES, CAROLYN A. 126 JONES, CHOONA SHENISE 126 JONES, CLAIRE 85 JONES, CLARICE E. 126 JONES, CYNTHIA DENISE 85 JONES, DAVID R. 126 JONES, DIANE G. 100 JONES, DONNA MICHELL 112 JONES, EMMETTE 112 JONES, GLENN H. 86 JONES, HELEN A. 35, 126, 177 JONES, JANET CAROL 86 JONES, JASON F. 112, 176, 200, 282 JONES, JEFFREY ALLEN 86 JONES, JEROME N. 100 JONES, JIMMY M. 100 JONES, JULIE ANNE 112 JONES, KELONYEE DENEEN 112 JONES, KIMBERLY D. 101 JONES, MARILYN DENISE 112 JONES, MARK D. 126, 183, 283 JONES, MARY ANN 86 JONES, MARY JANE 126 JONES, MELISSA 101 JONES, MICHAEL ANTHONY 86, 151, 224 JONES, NANCY S. 133 JONES, PAMELA CHRISTINE 126, 279 JONES, REBECCA 112 JONES, RENECER 112 JONES, SOUNDRA DENAISE 112 JONES, STACY 126 JONES, STEPHEN M. 86, 274 JONES, SUSAN VALERIE 277 JONES, TAMARA LEE 86 JONES, TYRONE 126 JONES. WILLIAM RANDY 86 JONOVITCH. ANTHONY JOHN 164 JORDAN, ARTHUR LEE 126 JORDAN, GEORGE EDMUND 101, 281 JORDAN, TAMMY D. 86, 229 JOWERS, PATRICIA ANN 126 JOYNER, BARRY C. 126 JUDAH, AMY ELIZABETH 101 JUDY, JOHN KEITH 283 JUNIUS. CASAUNDRA DIONNE 86 K KALISKY. TERRY 112 KANALEY. THOMAS SNOWDEN 86 KANTOR, GRETA JEAN 86 KEAHEY. KIMBERLY KAY 126 KEASLER. VICKI ROSE 126 KEATON, FERRELL C. 126 KEEL, JEFFREY SCOTT 112 KEEL, MARY ALLYSON 86, 241, 276 KEENEY, SANDRA ANN 86 KEESE, WHITNEY LANE 188 KEETON, BRENDA JOYCE 112, 198 KEETON, LINDA JOAN 112, 178 KEITH, KENNETH B. 112 KELLER, GREGORY ALAN 86 KELLER, ROGER ANTHONY 126 KELLEY, ANGIE R. 112, 198, 241, 276 KELLEY, DONALD CHRIS 86, 280 KELLEY, ERIN ELIZABETH 101. 251, 268 KELLEY. GARY CARLTON 86 KELLEY. KIMBERLY ANN 16, 86. 276 KELLEY. MICHAEL EARL 101 KELLEY. MICHAEL SCOTT 112 KELLEY, ODESSA 101 KELLEY, RHONDA ELAINE 112, 247. 277 KELLEY, STARLA KAYE 24, 29, 43, 126, 148 KELLEY, STEPHEN NELSON 112 KELLEY, VALERIE 126 KELLUM, KIMBERLY LENE 101, 168 KELLY, BERTRAM FRANCIS 112, 207, 229, 280 KELLY, DEREL KEVAN 126, 163, 165 KELLY, ERIN 247 KELLY, JEFFREY LEE 126 KELLY, JOHN A. 126 KELLY, KIMBERLY ANN 101, 241 KELLY. RUSSELL P. 126 KENDRICK. PATTI LEIGH 86 KENNEDY, KEVIN J. 112, 280 KENNEDY, MURDOCK MCCORVEY 126 KENNEDY. PATRA ANN 86 KENNETT. MELISSA SHARON 112 KENNY. COLLEEN LOUISE 112 KENTON, SANDRA L. 112 KERSEY. ANTHONY LEE 112 KETCH AM, SONYA LEE 113, 229 KEY, BRYON D. 126 KEY, CARNELL 126 KEY, KELLI 86 KEY, MICHAEL WILLIAM 86 KEY, TONY O. 86 KIAN, VAP 113 KILGORE, KIRK JASON 86, 229, 222 KILLEBREW, JANE ALISON 101, 251 KILLOUGH, ROBIN SALZARULO 126 KILPATRICK, DAVID LAMAR 86 KIMBLE, SELMA LEE 133 KIMBRELL, ALDEN RUSS 148 KIMBROUGH, JAMES D. JR. 113, 229 KIMBROUGH, MICHAEL CANNON 101 KINARD, RODNEY 86 KINCEY, VANESSA 113. 278 KINDRED. VINCENT LAMAR 126. 320 KING. ARTHUR C. 126 KING, DONALD RAY 113 KING, KATHY ANN 101, 151. 153 180. 192 KING, MICHAEL ANTHONY 113 KING, SHARON 86 KING, SONYA LEIGH 126, 169, 199 KING, VIRGINIA J. 201, 247, 277 KINGRY, MARTHA D. 101 KINSAUL, BRETT S. 126 KINSER, APRIL Q. 126 KIRKLAND, BRETT ASHLEY 86 KIRKLAND, HOSE A LEE 126 KIRKPATRICK, JILL COLLEEN 101, 170, 242, 277 KITT, JOSEPHINE 101 KLAVA, GLENN THOMAS 101 KLESH, DEANNA 101, 242, 268, 277 KLINE, KAREN JEAN 101 KLINE, LAURIE A. 126, 169, 193 KLINE, STEPHANIE LYN 101, 223, 229 KLINE, TERRY ANTHONY 86, 229 KNIGHT, KENNETH 101 KNIGHT, KEVIN 101 KNIGHT, RODERICK LEON 86, 262, 307 KNOWLES, BART CAREY 86 KOCH, JEFFREY A. 113 KOEHLER, ROBERT JAMES 101 KONTOS, ANTHONY 86 KONTOS, NICK C. 336, 337 KOON, JAMES DONALD 322 KOPF, SUZANNE IRENE 86, 242, 277 KRAEMER, RALPH MICHAEL 280 KRANZ, SHARON DIANE 86 KROLL, RANDALL STEWART 264 KRUDOP, HOLLACE MOORE 133 KUNTZ, JAN MARIE 86, 198, 247, 277 KURTZ, GWENDOLYN ANNE 113, 195. 214 KYSER, JOEY TODD 86 L LA MARQUE, JAMES GLENN 180 LAMA, PELKEY NARMADA 86 LAMARQUE, GLENN 151 LAMBERT, KENNETH MICHAEL 126, 283 LAMBERT, MICHAEL LAMAR 86 LAMBERT, MICHAEL LEE 86 LAMBERT, STEVEN EUGENE 86 LAMPLEY, ARLISA SHERESE 101 LAMPLEY, SABRINA MARIE 86 LANE. JOHN DAVID 126 LANE, JUDITH A. 113 LANE. STEVEN MATTHEW 86 LANEY. STEVIE 101 LANGFORD. ROBERT MELVIN 86 LANGFORD. THOMAS MATTHEW 113 LANGFORD, TRACY ANN 86, 247, 277 LANGLEY, CHRISTINA L. 113, 176, 202, 204, 229 LANGLEY, TRAVIS LAMAR 101 LANHAM, WENDY RENE 86, 242. 229. 277 LANIER, SONDRA MARIE 113 LANIER, THELESA M. 113, 206 LAROCHE, KELLY LISA 86, 188, 229 LARSEN, CHRISTOPHER NELS 126 LASHLEY, GINA 126 404 Index LASHLEY, JIMMY H. 86 LASHLEY. SHEILA 113, 176 LASSITER, JAMES LAURENCE 101 LASTER, GLENDA NELL 126. 342, 345 LAVENDER, JAME S FRANKLIN 86, 267, 281 LAVENDER, STEVE ALVIS 101. 229 LA VIS, TONI LYNNE 247, 277 LAVOY, SANDRA A. 126, 194, 214 LAW, FRED ANTHONY 86, 268 LAW. JEFF GLENN 126 LAWHORN, GLENDA B. 113. 201 LAWSON, JIMMA JO 247 LAXSON. FRANK JORDAN 113, 280 LAXSON, VIC V. 126 LAYDE, KELLY DAWN 101 LAYFIELD, DARRELL VERN 209 LAYNES, MICHAEL 126 LAYTON, SABRINA LYNN 101, 252. 279 LAZZARI. PATRICIA ANGELA 101. 300, 303 LEATHERWOOD, MARILYN 126 LEAVELL, WILEY OGLETREE 86. 212 LEAVITT. JANIE CAROL 101. 270, 271 LECROY. MICHAEL BRANTLEY 126. 280 LEDBETTER. MICHAEL H. 86. 322. 324, 325 LEDBETTER, PHYLLIS RILEY 126, 193 LEE. ANITA MARIE 101 LEE. CAROLE LYNETTE 86. 223. 229 LEE. LINDA KAY 101. 242, 268, 277 LEE, LYNN THOMLEY 126 LEE. MICHAEL THOMPSON 101. 166 LEE. REE 300 LEE, SHARON R. 126, 198 LEE, TERESA MARGARET 126, 186 LEFFEW, RICHARD BEVTTEELL 113, 271, 282, 326 LEICHNER, EDWARD CONRAD JR. 113, 166 LEMMOND. JULIE 101 LESTER, JANE JONES 126. 177 LEVERETTE. LAURA VIRGINIA 86. 277 LEVERETTE. WILLIAM L. 113 LEVINGSTON. VERONICA DALE 113 LEWIS, ANTHONY JAMES 101 LEWIS, BARBARA ANN 101 LEWIS, ELIZABETH ANN 241. 276 LEWIS, KEITH COLEMAN 126 LEWIS, LEE ANN 133 LEWIS, MICHAEL CARLTON 126 LEWIS, MITCHELL LANCE 188 LEWIS, ROBERT W. 179 LEWIS. VONDA 101 LEWIS, WALTER LEE 101 LEWIS, WENDY RENAY 126, 169, 190 LIGON, CYNTHIA G. 113 LIGON, LISA M. 126, 277 LIND, KATHERINE VICTORIA 101, 169 LINEBERGER, TRAVIS LEMOTT 86 LING. NYUK KING 86 LINTON, MARY ANN 113 LIPTROT, BARBARA JEAN 229 LITTLE. CHARLES A. 126 LITTLE, CYNTHIA LYNN 113, 200 LITTLE, DARCI BLAKE 101, 247. 267. 277 LITTLE. JEANETTE 113, 183 LIVINGSTON, LARRY MICHAEL 86 LOCICERO, KIMBERLY A. 22, 101. 200. 208 LOCKE, MARTHA E. 126 LOCKETT, TINA LYNN 101, 277 LOCKLIER, GEORGE GREGORY 126. 281 LOFLIN, REBECCA ANNE 126 LOFTON, JACK HOLLIE 86 LONG, DUAN L. 24, 30, 113, 151, 225, 229 LONG. JEFFREY MICHAEL 86 LONG. KARI J. 126, 185. 277 LONG, RENEE 101 LONG, SUSAN LYNN 126 LONGCRIER. CAROLYN 101 LOOK. PETER JOHN 133 LOTT, CAROLYN RAYE 126. 215, 229 LOTT. JANET LYNN 87 LOTT, JERRY MICHAEL 126 LOTT, JOHN M. 101 LOTT, JOHN WILEY 282 LOUIS. PETER 87. 188 LOVE. PAMELA LEAH 151. 153, 181 LOVER. STEVE L. 36. 127, 202, 204 LOVETT, JOHN ROGER 101 LOWERY. CARMI GERALD 101. 268. 282 LOWERY, DAVID L. 113 LOWERY, LAURI CAROL 86. 242. 277 LOWERY, LIZA MERCER 36. 127, 170. 176. 177, 201, 229 LOWMAN, DANIEL REED 86. 215. 229 LOZZI. JENNIFER JANET 87. 170. 323. 324 LUCAS. CYNTHIA MARIE 113 LUDWIG. WAYNE EUGENE 101. 274, 283 LUHMANN. GAYLE DAWN 101, 200. 208. 241. 276 lum. lisa ann 101 lumley, barney lee 127 lumley, Dana 151 lumpkin, susan rebecca 101 luna, patricia ann 127. 279 lundy. charles c. 127 lunn, dale richard 87. 163. 165. 192, 280 LUNSFORD, CHARLES GREGORY 1 13. 164. 271. 282 LYNCH. GLORIA ADRIAN 16, 113, 168, 188. 200, 278, 299 LYNCH. MICHAEL JAMESON 87 LYONS. KAREN SUE 101 LYONS, VICITIAS T. JR. 127 LYSEK, FRANK 87 M MABRAY, MICHAEL PATRICK 101 MACARTHUR. HEATHER JANE 127 MACCHIA. GENARO R. 127 MACDONALD. TAMMY SUE 101 MACK, DEBORAH RENEE 87, 327 MACON, LADONNA 87 MACON, SHEILA RENE 101 MADDALONI, CHRIS A. 127, 281 MADDEN, KARMEN DIONE 87, 277 MADDOX, DAVID WESLEY 101 MADDOX, JAMES MICHAEL 87 MADDOX, KELVIN RAY 87, 212 MADDOX, SHIELA 113. 264 MADDOX. WILLIAM ANTHONY 101, 274, 283 MADDOX. WILLIAM KEITH 87, 281 MADISON, PATRICIA M. 101 MADISON, SUZANNE 36, 46, 127. 208 MAGEE. TIMOTHY 87 MAHONE, DWAYNE DEON 101 MAIDEN, KECIA 101 MAJOR, PATRICK KEITH 322 MAJORS, BRENTON ZIMBRAMAN 87 MALISHAM, PATRICIA ANN 87 MALLORY. BENJAMIN WADE 222, 229 MALLORY, MELISSA CAROL 87 MALONE, LINDA CHRISTEL 101 MALONE, MONICA RENEE 278 MALONEY, BEVERLY KAYE 87 MALSBY, FELICIA ANNE 127 MANCHAN, JOETTA R. 247 MANGUM, ROBBIE 87 MANLY, TERANCE BARTEE 87, 222, 229 MANN, MELINDA JEAN 87 MANNING, HUGH RICHARD 113 MANORA, LORENZO 280 MARABLE, BRIDGET 87, 113. 195 MARAMAN, HERBERT RANDALL 87 MARAMAN, HUBERT KENDALL 101, 214 MARCH, VERNAE 101 MARCHMAN, KIMBERLY JANE 113. 214 MARINO. JAMES ROBERT 87 MARINO. TINA MARIE 87 MARKERT. AMY JOY 87. 229 MARLER. MARI WAYNE 133 MARQUESS. JEFFRY SCOTT 127. 271. 282. 326 MARSHALL. DEBRA ELLA 87. 241. 276 MARSHALL. DENNIS WAYNE 127 MARSHALL. DIANE MARGUERITE 101. 162, 165. 168. 276 MARSHALL. GREGORY DEAN 87. 229 MARSHALL, NORMA JEAN 87 MARSHALL. WILLIE EUGENE 101 MARTIN. ANDREW L. 127. 164. 271. 347 MARTIN, ARRON G. 87 MARTIN, BRIAN HENRY 101 MARTIN, CHARLES KEITH 87 MARTIN, HORACE WAYNE 101. 163. 260. 280 MARTIN. JEFF 337 MARTIN. PATRICK HAROLD 127 MARTIN, SHELIA DONELLA 87 MARTIN, STACY DIANE 87 MARTIN, TAMMIE ROBIN 87 MARTIN. TIMOTHY LAMAR 101. 322 MARTINEZ, ONA 102 MASON, LEEANNE 87 MATCHETT, CHUCK FOSTER 113 MATES, MATTHEW BYRON 102 MATHENY, JAMES DOUGLAS 87 MATHENY, MARTHA KAYE 87 MATHIEU, MARIANNE 87. 170 MATHIS, LAURA SHANNON 113 MATHIS, TRACEY ELAINE 127 MATTHEWS, ARUNA GEROSKIA 102 MATTHEWS. PAUL C. 113. 167, 176 MATTHEWS, WILLIAM HENRY 113 MAULDIN. CRYSTAL DAWN 87 MAULDIN, RANDALL GREGORY 127, 163, 164, 280 MAXWELL, JOHN MICHAEL 87 MAY. DEBORAH D. 127. 247 MAY. JAMES V. 87. 283 MAY, JANNIE LEE 87 MAY, JEFFREY O 113, 176, 184 MAY, KENNETH LAMAR 87 MAY, LEON 87 MAY, MICHAEL L. 263, 280 MAY, ROBIN DENISE 87 MAY. SUSAN CLAIRE HENDERSON 87 MAYFIELD. GERALD L. 113. 182 MAYNARD, FREDERICK GRANT 113, 199, 214 MAYNARD, ROBERT LAWSON 113, 224, 260, 280 MAYS. BRENDA 102 MAYS, RICHARD A. 260, 280 MCALISTER. KARL ERICH 87 MCALISTER. SUSAN PAIGE 87, 241, 276 MCCAA, KAREN 102 MCCAFFERTY, SUSAN LYNN 87 MCCALL, KIMBERLY ANN 102. 168. 229 MCCALL. KYNA RENEE 87 MCCANTS. GAYLE JEANETTE 113 MCCARTHY, CAROLYN EMMA 102 MCCARTHY, ELIZABETH CARRIE 87, 188, 198 MCCATHERN, ARVIN W. 127 MCCATHERN, AUDY DALE 127, 226, 271, 282 MCCLAIN, CAROL 87 MCCLAIN, PARALEE 987 MCCLAMMA, DEBRA L. 127 MCCLARY, REGINALD R. 127 MCCLELLAN, JEFFREY L. 113, 247 MCCLELLAND. CORA JEAN 87 MCCLELLAND, JAMES B. 113 MCCLENDON. DEBORAH DENISE 113 MCCLURE, KAREN 133 MCCOLLOUGH. RHETT GORDON 102 MCCOLLOUGH. TODD 127 MCCONIED. WENDY 323 MCCONNELL. MARGARET M. 113. 312 MCCOOL. ERIC ANDREW 87 MCCORMICK, JAMES E. 127 MCCRACKEN. KATHRYN ANNE 102. 195 MCCRAY, TAMI FRANCES 148. 176. 192 MCCRIMON. WANDA 102 MCCRORY. JACKIE F. 87 MCCRORY. MICHAEL CLINTON 102 MCCRORY. MICHAEL W. 113 MCCRUDDEN, JAMES S. 127. 282 MCCULLOUGH. CHRISTINE C. 102 MCCULLOUGH. CLAUDIA SUE 87 MCCULLOUGH. CYNTHIA R. 127 MCCULLOUOGH, MICHAEL R. 133 MCCULLOUGH. RAMONA A. 225 MCDANIEL. CHARLOTTE 102 MCDANIEL. JEFFREY L. 127. 282 MCDANIEL. JENNIFER L. 127 MCDANIELS, KAREN MICHELLE 87 MCDONALD, CHRIS GEORGE 87, 264 MCDONALD, MARY ANGELA 102, 229 MCDONALD, R.G.S.133, 260, 282 MCDONALD, RICHARD DION 87 MCDONALD, TIFFANY ELISE 87, 264. 277 MCDONNELL, JUDITH 113 MCDOWELL. JAMIE H. 134 MCDOWELL. MICHELLE L. 113. 201. 242. 264. 267 MCDOWELL, WENDY 87 MCELWEE, JILL ADONNA 87, 333 MCGARRY, DALE B. 102 MCGAUGHY, MARLOW 127, 306 MCGEE, ANGELA DIANE 87 MCGEE, THOMAS O 113. 242, 243, 268. 282 MCGOWAN. FRANK 102 MCGOWAN, SHELAGH THERESA 134 MCGRAW, MICHAEL DAVID 113 MCGRIFF, DONALD MURRAY 102. 202. 264 MCGRIFF, JACQUELINE 113 MCGRIFF, JOHN D. 127, 36 MCGRIFF, MARTHA 102 MCGUIRE, FEBRA DENIECE 102 MCHARDY, GLENDA 134 MCINNIS, TERESA CAROLYN 127 MCKENZIE, ERAENA A. 113. 333 MCKETHAN. DARREN HALE 88 MCKINLEY, MICHAEL D. 113, 224 MCKNIGHT, ANITA JOYCE 88 MCLAUGHLIN, MARY M. 127 MCLEAN, JAMES H. 184 MCLEOD. RITA FAYE 113 MCMAHON. NEIL WILLIAM 88, 229 MCMASTER, MARIA ELEANOR 88, 225, 229 MCMEANS, CHARLES HARRELL 88 MCMURTREY, LAURA 102 MCNAB. WILLIAM M. 127 MCNEECE, CARL ALLEN 113, 267. 281 MCNEILL, ROBIN R. RALEY 113 MCPHEE, ERIC 102, 322 MCPHERSON, GRETCHEN M. 88 MCPHERSON, MITCHELL TRACY 113 MCPHERSON, THERESA LYNN 102 MCQUEEN, DONNA MARIE 127 MCRAE, LISA G. 113 MCSHANE, MARIAN E. 113 MCSWAIN, SHARON DENISE 88 MCVAY, KIMBERLY A. 113, 242. 270. 277 MCVAY. VANCE BILLY JR. 134. 329 MCWHIRTER, SHARON KAY 127 MCWHORTER. ANJA GAY 102 MEACHAM, AMY MICHELLE 88. 215 MEACHAM. CHARI L, 113. 176, 215 MEADOWS, JEFFREY HOWELL 88 MEANS, TAMMY F. 102 MEANS, TEMPLE MARIE 102 MEDLEY, JONATHON C. 88 Index 405 MEDLEY, STEPHANIE ANN 88, 251, 267 MEECE, JILL ALAINE 102, 242. 277. 299 MEEKS, CHRISTINE RENEE 127, 169 MEEKS. JOHN DANNY 134 MEIRSWA, MARY 113, 182 MELTON, LISETTE P. 127 MELTON, MELINDA CAROL 113 MENDONCA, CARLOTA LEITE 57 MERCIER, PAULA D. 113, 276 MEREDITH, JOSEPH ROBERT 88 MERRILL, KIMBERLY A. 90, 113. 176 MERRILL. MARY LAUREL 113, 127 MERRILL. MYRA LYNN 134. 174 MERRITT, JAMES T. 127. 229 MERRITT, NINA R. 199, 215 MERRITT, SUSAN SCHRAEDER 127 MESSICK, KAREN 127. 279 MESSER, PRISCILLA MONTEZ 88 MEYER, FREDERICK SCOTT 88 MEYER, JEFFREY ALLAN 102 MIDDLEBROOKS, BETSY ANN 113 MIDDLEBROOKS, JULIA D. 102 MIDDLETON, DEBBIE ANN 114 MIDDLETON, MELISSA 102 MIHOVIUCH, RICHARD A. 127 MIKEL, TAMMY KAY 102 MILES. ESTELLA 102 MILEY. ANGELA DENISE 1 14 MILLER. BETTY 102 MILLER, JACQUELINE 1 14 MILLER, JAMES GREGORY 1 14 MILLER, KARLA RENEE 88. 107, 214 MILLER, KIMBERLY DAWN 88, 165. 247 MILLER, MICHAEL GLEN 88, 253, 271, 282, 326 MILLER, PATRICK JEROME 88 MILLER, TAMMY D. 127, 198 MILLER, YVETTE 88 MILLS, GLADYS 88 MILNE, TODD B. 114 MILSAPS, PAM 88 MIMS, WILLIAM KEITH 102 MINCEY, MELISSA S. 114, 199, 264 MINCEY, MERIANN THERESA 88, 170, 264 MINCHEW, ANNE MARIE 88 MINCHIN, JAMES MARKHAM 88 MING, ANTHONY R. 88, 264 MINLEY, VANESSA CHRISTINE 102 MITCHELL, BRIAN THOMAS 88 MITCHELL, CAROL ANN 88, 251 MITCHELL, DOUGLAS LEE 127 MITCHELL, JACKIE 326 MITCHELL, KINETA 88 MITCHELL, LAURIE LEIGH 102, 229, 242. 270 MITCHELL. LEWIS 102 MITCHELL. LIONEL STACY 127. 166 MITCHELL, MARVIN J. II 20, 127, 271, 282 MITCHELL. MATTHEW LEWIS 102, 264, 280 MITCHELL, MICHAEL BRADY 134, 282 MTICHELL, MICHAEL FOY 88 MITCHELL, SARAH 88 MIWA, TAKANOBU 188 MIXON, JAMES EDWARD 102, 186, 256, 283 MIXON, SHANNON MICHELLE 102, 151 MIXSON, CHARLES DAVID 114 MIXSON, MARY MARTHA 36, 127, 177, 200. 208. 268. 278 MOBBS. PAMELA ETHEL 127 MOBLEY, DAVID LANEY 102. 338 MOBLEY. SHARON RENEE 88 MOCK, GARY T. 164. 280 MOFFATT, LORI ANN 127 MOLETTE, ROBERT C. Ill 114 MONEY, BOBBY T. 127 MONEY, KATHLEEN JANE 88 MOODY. KRISTINA 1 14. 190 MOODY. TAMARA L. 114 MOONEY, CHARLES R. 102, 268 MOONEY, NATHAN COOKS 88 MOORE, ANGELA L. 127, 312, 315 MOORE, FREDA MONIQUE 88, 312, 314, 315 MOORE, JAMES C. 88 MOORE, JAMES 127 MOORE, JANICE FAYE 127 MOORE, LEONARD STEVEN 103 MOORE, LISA 88 MOORE, MICHAEL M. 103 MOORE, OLA MICHELE 88 MOORE, PHYLLIS ANYA 127, 215 MOORE, RONALD MICHAEL 114 MOORE, WANDA FAY 88, 312 MORENO, BEVERLY M. 127 MORGAN, BENJAMIN 103 MORGAN, ELIZABETH MARIE 114 MORGAN, JONI LYN 103 MORGAN, KEITH ALAN 114, 176, 200, 264. 267, 281 MORGAN, RAYMOND HAROLD 127 MORGAN, ROBERT BRUCE 88, 229 MORGAN, RONALD M. JR. 114 MORRISON, WILIAM DANIEL 164, 253 MORROW, NELSON KENT 88 MORTON, MICHAEL BENJAMIN 88, 338 MOSCHEL, MARIJOHN 88, 251 MOSLEY, DAVID E. 103, 229 MOSLEY, TIMOTHY LAMAR 103, 320 MOSS, JENNIFER 127, 169 MOSS, MARY CAROL 88, 242, 277 MOSSHOLDER, MARK ALLEN 127 MOTE, EMMETTE VANN JR. 127 MOULTRIE, SANDRA ELIZABETH 88, 278 MOULTRY, CYNTHIA 103, 327 MOUNT, GARY DANIEL 1 14 MOUNT, MARTHA PRUITT 88 MOWERY, WILLIAM LOUIS 280 MOYER, DAVE PAUL 88 MOZO. REBECCA LYNN 114 MULCAHY, MICHAEL H. 127, 224, 229 MULKEY, MATTHEW FOY 229 MULLEN, EUGENE D. 127 MULLEN, JAMES PEYTON 114 MULLEN, KAREN CHANDLER 127 MULLEN, VIRGINIA WATSON 114 MULLER, TINA LORI 103 MULLINS, LESLIE A. 60, 127, 251, 229 MURDEN, TAMMY LOUISE 88, 251 MURPHREE, STEVE TAYLOR 88, 281 MURPHY, HAL DEES 114, 224, 229 MURPHY. KIMBERLY J. 127, 241, 276 MURPHY, SUSAN KAY 114 MUSGROVE, JOSEPH TODD 88, 280 MUSGROVE. SHERRI LYNN 114, 168, 268, 277 MYERS, CRAIG RUSSELL 114, 185, 212 MYERS, GREGORY E. 103 MYERS, KEVIN ANTHONY 114 MYRICK, THOMAS EDWARD 88 N 127, NABLE, TRACY ELIZABETH 88 NACHMAN, RICHARD WALTER 337, 250, 267, 281 NAHHAS, HENRY B. 114, 188 NALL. STEPHEN JEFFREY 127 NALL, WALTER R. 127 NAPIER, JOHN STEVEN 128 NASON, ERIC ALAN 103 NDI, NHAG 88 NEAL, TODD CHRISTIAN 103 NELSON, AUDREY A. 114 NELSON, BARBARA ELIZABETH 88, 170 NELSON, CYNTHIA S. 103 NELSON, LANA 114 NELSON, LISA 264 NELSON, REGINA ANNETTE 88, 215, 229 NELSON, WANDA 103 NESSI, MATTHEW DRUMMOND 1 14 NETTLES, ALAN FINKLES 1 14, 229 NEWBY, CHARLES W. 128 NEWSOME, BURTON WHEELER 103 NEWTON, ANDREW NEIL 128. 347 NEWTON, KAYOKO 128 NEWTON, KIMBERLY A. 114, 278 NEWTON, PAUL MURRAY 128 NICHOLS, CAROLE J. 128, 212 NICHOLSON, DONNA RENEE 128, 214 NICOLUCCI. DEBBIE A. 114, 207, 268 NEIBLING, KAY 103 NIX, DANIEL LEE 103, 271 NIX, EDWARD NEAL 128, 250, 282 NOEL, PETRA LEAH 114 NOLEN, ARTHUR WAYNE 88 NOUN, AMY C. 114 NORMAN, CAROL ANN 103 NORMAN, NATALIE ANNE 103. 242, 329 NORMAN, SLYVIA DELOIS 88 NORMAN, TODD EUGENE 88, 267, 281 NORRIS, ANTHONY VANDYKE 88 NORRIS, CHARLES WEAVER JR. 103, 267, 287, 281 NORRIS, STACY LYNN 103 NORRIS, TIMOTHY C. 88, 264, 280 NORSWORTHY, MARILYN HEISS 114 NORTH, CRAIG EDWARD 128, 264 NORTON, JAMES PATRICK 88, 271, 282 NUNEZ, PETER 113 NUNLEY, MARTY 103 NUNLEY, REE ANN 134 NUNLEY, TOMMIE KAY 88 NUNN, SHARYN S. 36, 128, 191, 191 NUNNELEE, SANDRA DELORES 88 o OAKES, JAMES BRANDON 88 OATES, PAMELA LOUISE 103, 196, 223, 229 OBAR, PAMELA LANGE 128 OBER, AMANDA FORBES 16, 24, 26, 27, 103, 144, 208, 242. 267. 277 ODOM, KIM MICHELE 128 ODOM, MITCHELL GREGGORY 88. 229 ODOM. RHONDA KAREN 88 ODOWD, JAMES L. 128. 177, 267 ODUMS, KENTON F. 103, 165, 215, 274 406 Index OHMAN. VALERIE JOY 88. 170 OLDS, JOHN MARKUS 88 OLIVER. KEITH LAWRENCE 114 OLIVER, TIM J. 89 OLSON, JOEL BLAKE 89 OLSON, KENT C. 103, 268. 282 ONEILL, KRISTINE M. 103 OQUINN, MONIKA 114, 176 OREAR, STEPHEN E. 128 OREILLY, KELLI MARIE 103. 241. 276 ORTH, WILLIAM KYLE 128 OSBORNE. HUBERT MARC 89 OSTEEN. DEBRA CAROL 103 OSTROWSKY. WAYNE IRWIN 89, 322 OTOOLE, DANIEL PATRICK 1 14 OTOOLE, MICHAEL EDWARD 128, 166 OUTLAW. JAMES H. 103 OVERSTREET. ANGELA A. 1 14, 207, 247, 274, 278 OVERTON, DELIA 52. 103, 271 OWEN, MARK R. 114 OWEN, PHILIP D. 114. 166 OWENS. ANGELA 103 OWENS. CARON SHAN 1 14 OWENS. CHARLES RUFUS 103. 267, 281 OWENS, DARREN KEITH 103. 268. 282 OWENS, GEOFFREY KENDALL 89 OWENS, GEORGE M. 134, 194 OWENS, HARRISON EARNEST 114, 229 OWENS, KIMBERLY RUTH 89 PADGETT, JOHN RICKY 89, 170 PADGETT, MICHAEL C. 1 14. 267. 281 PAGE. JENNIFER ELOIS 248 PAINTER, WILLIAM DONALD 1 14, 250, 271 PALMER. BUD 326 PALMER. CHRISTIAN ALLEN 103. 322. 324 PALMER, KIM M. 89 PALMER, REBECCA ANNE 114, 214, 225 PALMER, SAMUEL STEWART 128 PANGALLO, ELAINE R. 114 PANTON, CATHERINE G. 128 PANTON, JENNIFER LORRAINE 89, 241, 276 PARAMESWARAN, NAVARATNARAJ 103, 188 PARAMORE, BEN C. 114. 201 PARAMORE, MARCUS BRADLEY 103, 280 PARENTI, DAVID RICE 114, 338, 339 PARISH, CHARLIE THOMAS JR. 114, 280 PARISH, JEFFREY PAUL 280 PARISH. JOSEPH E. 103, 282 PARISH, LUCILE MARTIN 89, 257 PARK, JAMES MICHAEL 89 PARKER, BYRON KEITH 128, 281 PARKER, DAVID MAYNARD 128 PARKER. DAVID THOMAS 1 14 PARKER. JUDY B. 89 PARKER. KATHRYN ANNE 89 PARKER, PATRICIA JANE 89, 210, 270, 271, 278 PARKER, RANDALL CHARLES 128, 253, 280 PARKER, SHARON DENISE 103 PARKER, SHELIA A. 128 PARKER, SHERRY 103 PARKER, TAMMY MARIE 1 14 PARKER, TODD ALLEN 89 PARKS, ANTHONY JEROME 128 PARNELL, EDWARD CHARLES 128, 214 PARNELL, THOMAS MITCHELL 89, 253 PARR, MARY ALECIA 89 PARREH, JANICE 103 PARRISH, JEFFERY 69, 264 PARRISH, STEVAN MICHAEL 89, 170 PARSONS, RICHARD R. 128, 282 PASTERCZYK, FRANKLIN A. 89 PATE, JEAN 103 PATTEN, LYNDA J. 128 PATTERSON, PATRICIA LYNN 114, 251, 278 PATTIE, DAVID WALLACE 103. 213 PAXTON, PENNI PATRICIA 103. 229, 247, 278 PAYNE. JIMMY WENDELL JR. 114 PAYNE. KEVIN GLENN 229 PAYNE, KIMBERLY DAWN 247 PEACH. CHARLES W 1 14 PEACOCK. ANGELA 89, 252 PEACOCK. CYNTHIA KAY 128 PEARCE. AMANDA LEIGH 89. 276 PEARCE. DAVID RAY 128 PEARSON. DEE ANGEL 114 PEARSON, LISA 89 PEAVEY. JOHN A. JR. 114 PEEL, JEFFERY L. 114, 267, 281 PEEL, MICKEAL DON 103 PEEVY, SUSAN REBECCA 103, 242, 277 PELHAM, RICHARD WALLACE 89 PENDER. JACQUELINE 89 PENNINGTON, ALBERTA 114 PEPE. KIMBERLY ANN 89 PERDUE. CHRISTINE 103 PEREZ. MICHAEL ORTEGA 128. 320 PERKINS, SUSAN F. 128, 229 PERRY, KIMBERLY ANN 128 PERRY. KIMBERLY 1 14 PERRY. TRAVIS W. 281 PERRY, WILLIAM DONALD 89 PERSON, ANDRA TERRON 89 PETERS, SEAN NEAL 103. 164, 242, 243, 271. 282, 326 PELTENGILL, SEBRINA 103 PETTY, ANNA K. 251, 261, 278 PHELPS, MELISSA ANN 89, 251, 270, 278, 288 PHELPS, MIKE WALLACE 89 PHILLIPS, CARLA 114 PHILLIPS, JAMES WILLIAM 89 PHILLIPS, JOY LACEY 128 PHILLIPS, KENDRA LEIGH 89, 170. 252 PHILLIPS. NANCY HART 128 PHILLIPS, ROBERT S. 128 PHILLIPS, TAMMY MARIE 103, 229 PHILLIPS, TERESA GAYE 89, 242, 277 PHILLIPS, WILLIAM R. 128 PHILPOT, PAUL WHITNEY 114 PHIPPS, ALLIEA FLORENCE 128, 163 PIAZZA, VIRGINIA MARIE 53. 89. 164, 252 PICHARD, RED ALPHONSE 103, 282 PIERCE. LISA RENEE 103 PIGG, TONDJA DANETTE 128, 211 PILGRIM, WINTER CORNELIUS 90, 322 PILKINTON, MARCUS DWAYNE 128 PIMIENTA. GARRICK 89 PINCKARD. RONALD T. 128 PIRES, RANDALL 128 PITTMAN. ANDREW WAYNE 103 PITTMAN. ANGELA L. 128 PITTMAN, CATHLELEEN 134 PITTMAN, GARY LEE 103 PITTMAN, LEE T. 37, 203, 204 PITTMAN, ROBIN MICHELLE 1 14 PITTS, CASSANDRA 89 PITTS. PATRICIA ANN 114 PLAYER, DARRYL E. 128 PLAYER, DIMITRI STAN 1 14 PLESS, KELVIN WAYNE 103, 229 POFAHL, ANNE MARIE 89 POLISH, NANCY MAREE 176, 267, 277 POLLARD, ANDRE J. 114, 280 POLLARD, KELLY PHILLIP 89 PONDS, KAREN LYNN 128 POOLE, REBECCA LEE 89 POPE, RICHARD ALAN 1 14. 320 PORRETT, DEBRA ANN 114 PORTER. JEANNINE LOUISE 103, 251. 278 PORTIS, LISTER CLAYTON 128 POTTER. KEVIN LEE 114. 280 POTTINGER. SUSAN Y. 128. 277. 285 POTTS. RUBY L. 128 POUNCE Y. CONNIE RENAE 103 POUNCY, DAVID 103 POWELL, BARBARA COVINGTON 114 POWELL. CLARENCE ALLEN 328 POWELL. DENISE S. 128 POWELL, GLEN E. JR. 114 POWELL, JANET RENEE 103 POWELL, JASON HENRY 128 POWELL, KAREN LYNN 115, 214 POWELL, RICHARD CARLTON 115 POWELL, ROLINDA LOU 103 POWELL, SHEILA GAYLE 115 PRATER, EVAN W. 128 PRATHER, KERI LYNN 115, 182 PREGNO, DEENA LEIGH 115, 264 PRESCOTT, LORI HELEN 103 PRESSON, SCOTT O. 115 PRESTON. JEFFREY HERBERT 89 PRESTWOOD, GAIL ETHERIDGE 134 PREWITT, JAMES ROBERT 128, 320 PRICE, CARLA GAYLE 89, 252 PRICE, CYNTHIA J. 128 PRICE, KELLEY LUCRETIA 103, 229, 247, 278 PRICE, MARK DAVID 115 PRICE, MARK SAMUEL 264, 280 PRICE, RAYMOND MALCOLM 89 PRIDGEN, DENISE CHERIE 103 PRIDGEN, LISA A. 128, 242, 277, 300. 303. 329 PRIDGEN. LISA CAROL 1 15. 251 PRITCHARD, RALPH NORMAN 103, 165, 167 PRITCHETT. LESLEE B. 198 PROBST, PENNY 103 PROPST, JEFFERY LEN 128 PROPST, JOSEPH KEN 115, 144, 148, 179, 192 PRUITT, KEITH MARLER 267 PRYOR, WILLIE HENRY 103 PUCKETT. KENDALL RYAN 89, 271. 282 PUGH. LESLEY CATHERINE 89. 252 PUGH. ROMANO SAVALAS 103 PUGH. SHELREL FLOWERS 128 PUGH. SONDRA P. 115. 252. 257 PURCELL, KATHELEEN LOUISE 257 PURVIS. BARBARA LEIGH 103. 193. 229. 274 PURYEAR. ANDREW K. 264 PUTNAL. PAMALA YVONNE 128 PYNES. SUSAN 103 Q QUATTLEBAUM, MARTIN DALE 115 QUERCIA. WILLIAM JOSEPH 103, 347 QUINN, AUDREY 103 R RACKLEY, CYNTHIA LEE 104 RADFORD, AMY 89 RADFORD, MORA COW ART 134 RAILEY, BARBARA ANN 89 RAILEY, CHARLES WILEY 128 RAILEY, MELANIE JEAN 37. 191 RAINER. CATHERINE VAIL 134 RAINER, SANDRA K. 128 RAINES. EUGENE 115 RAINES, STACEY LEE 89 RAINEY, JO WILLIAMSON 115 RAINEY, TRICIA ANN 115, 223, 229, 279 RANDALL, JOHNNY CHARLES 128, 183 RATCUFF, JOEL SHAYNE 128 RATTE. LISA 104 RAUPP, JEFFREY MICHAEL 104, 164. 280 RAWLS. ROBERT JEFFERSON 128 Index 407 RAY, MARSHA 104 RAY. MARY B. 241. 128, 276 RAYBON, EDNA BELLAMY 104, 1 15. 168. 245 RAYFIELD, ABBY 128. 277 REAVES, DONALD SCOTT 89, 170, 214 REDDING, FRANK DOUGLAS 89 REED, ANITA D. 115. 264 REED, BERNARD 89, 322 REED, SHARON LYNN 247, 252, 257 REED, SUSAN 104 REESE, BRIAN R. 115 REESE. JEFFERY KENNON 115. 268. 282 REEVES, CHRISTINE CARYN 104, 251. 257, 267, 278, 288 REEVES, JAMES ROBERT 104, 280 REEVES, MARY 104 REEVES, SANDRA GAIL 89 REEVES, SHEILA JOAN 115 REGISTER, CONNIE ERA 1 14 REGISTER, MICKY WAYNE 89 REGISTER, NANCY DAVID 128 RED. KATHERINE P. 89. 323. 324 REISCH. ANGELA ELIZABETH 89, 170, 206, 215 REMSBURG, JOHN ANDREW 89, 268, 282 RENAKER, MICHAEL EDWARD 89, 264 RENDZIO. LEILA CAROLYN 128 RENFROE, CAROL ANN 89 RENFROE, CATHY LYNN 89 RESSE. TOMUNDA 104, 323 RESSEGER, SUZANNE 104 REYNOLDS, JACQUELINE 89 REYNOLDS. JOHN DAVID 104. 229 REYNOLDS, MARK ALLEN 215, 251 REYNOLDS. PANSY JEAN 89 REYNOLDS. SHELLIE DEON 89, 188. 268 REYNOLDS. TIMOTHY LANCE 89 RHODES, MARGARET LILIAN 89 RHODES, MAUREEN A. 1 15, 200. 208, 252. 267 RIALS. CAROLYN MCINTOSH 128 RICE. AARON BRADSHAW 89 RICE. GIAL 104 RICH, STARLYNN DELANNA 115, 165 RICH, SYBIL NEESE 128, 194, 196 RICHARD, JOHN BERTRAND 104, 151, 224 RICHARDSON, ALLISON 104 RICHARDSON, BARBARA K. 89 RICHARDSON. CHARLES BRIAN 89 RICHARDSON, FELECIA V. 128 RICHARDSON. KAREN GAIL 104. 300 RICHARDSON, RHONDA KAY 89 RICHBURG, CYNTHIA ANNETTE 134 RICKS, CONNIE H. 89 RIDGE, ELIZABETH ANN 128 RIGGINS, GAYLE 90 RIGGINS, KYM F. 90 RIGSBY, SANDRA 90 RIKARD, DONALD M. 90 RILEY, GWENDOLYN 104 RILEY, TERESA L. 37, 115, 215, 225 RILEY, TERRY GLYNN 264, 280 RILEY, WADE ALLEN 104, 267, 281 RINALDI, JUDE JOSEPH 115, 320 RIPLEY, GAIL LOUISE 229 RITCHIE. CLAYTON DAVID 104, 268 RIVERS, DARCY MARIE 134 RIVERS, VERNETTA NICHOLE 90 RIZZO, MICHAEL P. JR. 115 ROBBINS. CARMELA R. 37, 115 ROBBINS. DIANA MARIA 104 ROBBINS. KIM R. 90. 225, 229 ROBERSON, FELICIA 210, 327 ROBERSON, WILLIAM N. 229 ROBERTS. BARRY KEITH 115 ROBERTS, HOMER LINDSAY JR. 104 ROBERTS, JOSEPH KEITH 90 ROBERTS. ROXANNE 90 ROBERTS. RUSSELL SCOTT 104 ROBERTS, VICTOR CARTER 90, 267. 281 ROBERTSON. LORI D. 251 ROBICHAUX. PETER C. 104 ROBINSON. CHRIS 90 ROBINSON, DONALD G. 322 ROBINSON, EMMA L. 90 ROBINSON. ERIC W. 104 ROBINSON, ESTELLA 104 ROBINSON, KATHLEEN D. 324 ROBINSON, LEE ALAN 115, 229 ROBINSON, PAUL E. 90 ROBINSON, SUE ELLEN 1 15 ROBINSON, TOMMIE L. 248, 263, 280, 324 ROBINSON, TONY LEE 90, 183, 322 RODGERS, CEDRICK WENDELL 115 RODGERS, TIMOTHY WAYNE 90 RODGERS, TONIA LYNN 104, 242, 277 RODRIGUEZ. PATRICIA A. 241, 270. 271, 276 ROE, RODNEY BRENT 104 ROGERS, CHARLES J. 115 ROGERS, PAMELA A. 115, 201 ROGERS, SHARON E. 115 RODGERS, WENDY KATHRYN 104, 252 ROLLAN, KIM 104 ROLLING, RUBY ELIZABETH 104, 229 ROLLINS, ELIJAH 90 ROSE, KENNETH JAMES 90, 264, 280 ROSENDE, GWYN ELLEN 177 ROSKOS, MICHAEL ROBERT 1 15, 267, 281 ROSS. DANA LYNN 251, 278 ROSS, EVELYN MARY 115 ROSS, LAURA G. 90 ROSS. PAULA GAYLE 90 ROTENBERRY. LESLIE ANN 90 ROTHELL. SUSAN L. TILFORD 104 ROTTON. ALAN R. 104 ROUSE, DEBRA KAY 90, 242, 277 ROUSSEAU, HOLLY 134 ROUSSELL, JOHN ROLAND 90 ROUTZONG. ROBERT EARL 217 ROWLAND, BRUCE M. 320 ROWLAND, KIMBERLY MICHELLE 91 ROWSER, RODNEY EARL 91 ROY, JODIE SUSAN 91, 247, 278 ROY, SONDRA KAY 91, 229 RUDD, CATHRYN ELIZABETH 91, 170 RUMPH, GARRY LAMAR 115 RUSHING, TERESA LYNN 91 RUSS, DONNA DELOIS 115, 201 RUSSAW, SHEINKA MARIE 91 RUSSELL, CHARLES BRYANT 104, 185, 214 RUTLEDGE, CHARLES EARL 115, 271, 282 RUUD, ALAN WAYNE 91, 267, 281 RYALS, WARREN KEITH 91 RYAN, JODY A. 115. 320 RYAN, LISA DYAN 91 RYLES, KATRENA LANEICE 164 SALIGA, DEBORAH MARIE 104, 252 SALTER. MARY LAVETT 115 SALTER, MELISSA ANN 91. 277 SALTER, MILTON WAYNE 198 SAMUEL, TERRENCE L. 115, 163, 164. 222, 229 SANDERS. ALAN DALE 115 SANDERS, CEDRIC 104 SANDERS, CHRISTOPHER ALAN 104 SANDERS, DANIEL S. 115 SANDERS, GEORGE A. JR. 184, 185 SANDERS, JERRY STEVEN 104 SANDERS, LYNN BRUCE 91 SANDERS, VICKI LEIGH 104 SANDERSON, RICHARD C. 282 SANDERSON, SHARON DE NISE 104 SANDO, BRENDA LEE 184, 208, 278 SANDUSKY, SAM T. 115, 268 SANFORD, JOHN WALLACE 115 SANFORD, PEGGY 104 SAOUR, PAUL J. 165, 253, 264, 280 SASSER. JANET ANN 104, 214 SASSER, JANIE MARIE 115 SASSER, KEITH EDWARD 115 SASSER. SHARI G. 24. 30. 115. 221. 328 SATCHEL. FILOMENA JEAN 115 SAUCEDA, JEFFREY WAYNE 104 SAUNDERS, AMY D. 91 SAUNDERS, JULIE KAY 104, 165, 257, 267 SAUNDERS, NANCY A. 251, 278 SAVAGE, DONNA KAY 115 SAVAGE, SHEILA 91 SAVOIE, BETTY JO 104 SCARBROUGH, MELISSA DEAN 104 SCAHPER. JOHN ARNOLD 129, 282 SCHAPER. STEVEN EARL 104, 253, 268, 282 SCHILLING. GARY 1 15 SCHLEICHER, WILLIAM P. 229, 264 SCHLEY. CHARLES H. 104. 267. 281 SCHNEIDER. DARRELL SCOTT 104. 250, 260 SCHNURR. AMY CATHERINE 91 SCHOFIELD, MELISSA CHERYL 91, 252 SCHOFIELD. TAMMY JOYCE 91, 170, 214 SCHRAEDER, JENNIE TINDELL 129 SCHURR, PAMELA ELAINE 104, 224, 225. 229 SCHWERER. VINCENT S. 129 SCONIERS, MICHAEL LENARD 104 SCONYERS, MICHAEL HULON 91 SCOTT. ALICE LATANJA 91. 170,214 SCOTT, EDDIE L. 328 SCOTT, JONATHAN I. 140, 229 SCOTT, JOSEPH B. 129 SCOTT. KAREN Y. 129 SCOTT, KAY 104 SCOTT. SANDRA K. 129 SCOTT, SHIRLEY ANN 1 15 SCOTT, TAMMIE 115, 210, 252. 261 SCOTT. TERRI LYNN 1 15 SCOTT, TOMMIE L. 115, 260. 280 SCRUGGS, JOANN 115 SCRUSHY, KATHLEEN LEIGH 278 SEABOCH, JAMES RALPH 134 SEALE, MARK ALAN 129 SEALS, JENNIFER L. 115 SEARCY. GINA L. PHILLIPS 134 SEARS. MILLEDGE BRENTON 115 SEAY, FRANCIS JEFFERY 104 SEKULA, MICHELLE RENAY 16, 17. 91, 210, 252. 268 SELLERS, SUSAN LOUISE 104 SENN, CHARLES EDWARD 91 SENN, DAWN RENEE 198 SENN, PATRICIA M. 130 SENN. RHONDA MESCHELLE 91. 170 SENN, STEPHANIE HOPE 104 SENN, TAMALA ANN 130 SEWELL, ANDREW DWIGHT 91 SEWELL, ANTHONY DEWAYNE 91 SEXTON, MATTHEW LEE 115, 166 408 Index SEYMOUR. CYNTHIA LEE 104. 225. 229 SEYMOUR. VALERIE ELAINE 91. 215, 221 SHARP. CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH 115 SHARPE, BELINDA GAIL 115, 276 SHARPNACK. ROSANNE MARY 130. 260. 261 SHAULL. GLENN JOSEPH 130 SHAW. JOHN B. 130, 201 SHAW, SUELLEN 130, 312, 333 SHAW, WAYNEKEVIN 115, 202 SHEEHAN, SUZANK. 130. 190. 191 SHEFFIELD. KELLY L. 91 SHELBY. PAMELA DIANN 104. 183 SHELLEY. JILL MARIE 104 SHELLHOUSE. DEBORABH ANN 104 SHERA. RICHARD HAROLD 104. 264 280 SHERRILL. MICHAEL L. 130 SHIELDS. JOEL AANON 91. 267. 281 SHIPE. JAMES RHODES 104 SHIPMAN. ALAN K. 115 SHIPMAN. WILLIE 104 SHIPMON. DIANE 104. 248 SHIRAH. LYNNE 115 SHIRLEY. EDWARD DAVIS 37. 115, 151. 185 SHIRLEY. KEVIN RALPH 91 SHIVER. R A JEAN A KAY 104 SHOQUIST. AMY LOUISE 91. 247. 278 SHORT, CHRISTOPHER KEVIN 115 SHORT. KATHY RENEE 91 SHOUSE. STUART M. 104. 229 SHOWALTER, SCOTT WESLEY 130. 281 SHOWERS. DEBI L. 130. 190 SHOWS. KERRI STEWART 104 SHRIVER, LISA A. 130, 201 SIDES, LISA 91 SIGERS, CAROL JEANETTE 115 SIKES, NANCY LYNN 104, 279 SIKES, TIMOTHY DWAINE 91 SILAVENT. RONNIE JASON 105 SILER, DELOIS 91 SILVA, GUSTAVO 264, 281 SIMMONS, ALETHEA DENISE 105 SIMMONS, MARK RYAN 91 SIMMOSN, TEENA FRANCES 91 SIMMS. HAYGOOD HARRISON JR. 115 SIMMS, JOSEPH S. 91 SIMON. EARLEAN MARIE 91 SIMPKINS, WAYNE ALLEN 91, 144. 148. 180, 181. 264 SIMPSON, FLOYD ALLEN 91 SIMS, ANN BRUCE 179 SIMS, DOUGLAS CARROLL 105. 271. 282 SIMS, MICHAEL KEITH 115 SIMS, SUSAN 104 SIMS. TIMOTHY 91. 229 SINGLETARY, STEPHEN MARK 130. 166 SINGLEY. PAM 115 SIPPER, LISA RENE A 91 SIRMON, BRENDA D. 130. 169. 300. 303 SKILLMAN, CHRISTOPHER W. 105. 214 SKINNER. VERUNDA L. 130 SKIPPER. ROSALIND MARIE 91 SKOWRON, SUSAN MARIE 91. 252 SLACK. CHERYL LYNNE 105 SLACK. MELISSA SUE 130, 251, 279 SLATON, MICHAEL C. 91 SLAUGHTER, ADRIENNE J ANNA 130 SMALL. CHRISTHOPER BRUCE 105. 282, 320 SMART, BONNIE MICHELLE 130. 241. 276 SMARTT. MARK ALLAN 1 16. 318. 320 SMAW. KAREN E. 55. 183. 245 SMELTZER. KURT J. 130 SMILEY. NANCY ANN 105 SMILLIE, LISA LYNNE 105, 271 SMITH. ADOLPHUS 116. 322 SMITH. ALBERT JUNIOR 130. 167 SMITH. BEN ALLEN 130. 271 SMITH. BRENDA 91 SMITH. CAMMY DEE 105. 241. 276 SMITH. CARSON L 130 SMITH. CHRISTOPHER WADE 91. 271 SMITH, DAVID PATRICK 91 SMITH, EVAN E. 116 SMITH, GLEN D. 91 SMITH. HILDA JEAN 105 SMITH. JEFFREY NEIL 91 SMITH. JENNIFER MARIE 1 16 SMITH. JOHN MERELE 116. 200 SMITH, JULIE A. 116. 185, 247. 278 SMITH. KAREN A. 130. 199. 247, 252. 278 SMITH. KAREN DENISE 1 16 SMITH, KIMBERLY ANN 105, 252, 229 SMITH, KRISTI MARIE 91 SMITH, LANNIE KEITH 105, 267. 281 SMITH. LAQUAN C. 116 SMITH, MARCUS E. 130 SMITH, MARGARET ANN 91 SMITH, MARK ANTHONY 116. 214 SMITH, MICHAEL A. 130 SMITH. PATRICK LEROY 91. 260. 280 SMITH. RALPH EWARD 91 SMITH, REBECCA LYNN 91, 242. 277 SMITH. REGINALD KEITH 91 SMITH, ROBERT WAYLAND 130 SMITH, ROGER BRIAN 130 SMITH. ROXLAND LEVANDA 1 16. 229 SMITH. SANDY DENISE 91 SMITH, SHANNON ELIZABETH 1 16, 198 SMITH. TAMMY L. 130 SMITH. TANYA 91. 229 SMITH. TERESA CAROL 91 SMITH. TERESA L. 37. 130, 177 SMITH, TIMOTHY B. 91, 264, 281 SMITH, TIMOTHY PATRICK 105 SMITH. TOMMY DARREN 116. 60 SMITH, TRACI LEIGH 105, 229. 242. 277 SMITH. VICKI JANE 130 SMITH. WALTER ANDREW 130. 231 SMITH. WALTER DUANE 91 SMITH. WALTER G. 91 SMITH. WAYNE SCOTT 105,. 229 SMITHERMAN. BOBBI 91 SMOLENSKI. CRAIG 130 SNEED, LARRY ANDREW 116. 268 SNEED. TERRY DEWAYNE 91 SNELL. DEVON FRANKLIN 91. 282 SNELL. MARK ANTHONY 91 SNELLGROVE, JAMES NEIL 264 SNIDER. BRITTON J. 130, 268. 282 SNIPES. DAVID LEE 91 SNIPES. DONALD 130 SNOEKSTRA. SUELLEN 38, 130, 241. 163, 276 SNOWDEN. CLARENCE FRANKLIN 130 SNYDER, BRIAN KEITH 130, 208, 282, 326 SOBOLOWSKI, MEGAN LEIGH 105, 229 SOLES, KAREN FOWLER 130 SOMMER, KEVIN DOUGLAS 130 SOSEBEE, LORI AYN 105 SOTO, GINA ANITA 91. 252 SOUTH. CINDY RENAE 91 SOUTHARD. ELKE B. 116 SOUTHERLAND. WILLIAM STEVE 1 16 SOWELL. GLENNIS ANNE 105, 274 SPANN, DANNI DISMUKE 105 SPANN. DONALD ALLAN 91 SPANN. JANE 105 SPANN. JONATHAN DAVID 38. 130. 177. 194. 229. 260, 280 SPARKS, ANDREW D. 130 SPEAR, KEN L. 130 SPEARS, DEBORA 92 SPEARS, DOLORES CHARAE 92. 170 SPEARS. FELESHIA A. 130 SPENCE. BENJAMIN ANDERSON 105 SPENCER, CYNTHIA 92 SPENCER, SONY A LEE 130, 223, 229 SPENGLER, GLENN MARTIN 105, 267. 281 SPIVEY. GLENDA 116. 239 SPIVEY. KEVIN DON 92 SPIVEY. REBECCA STARR 105, 198 SPIVEY. WILLIAM MICHAEL 134. 151. 221 SPORT. JOSEPH S 130 SPORT. ROBERT DANIEL JR. 105 SPOTTEK. TOSHA LYNN 38. 130. 151. 168. 208. 215. 224. 225 SPRAGGINS. TIMOTHY LEE 116. 176. 229 SPRAGUE. LISA MICHELLE 105. 210. 241 SQUIRES. BOBBY DALE 130 SQUIRES. CYNTHIA G. 130, 177, 196 STAFFORD, GREGORY BERNARD 1 16, 306 STAFFORD, VERONICA 92 STALCUP, ROBERT BRYAN 92. 271 STANDERFER, WILLIAM SCOTT 92 STANFORD. TINA M. 200 STANLEY. JOANNE 134 STARKS. SONYA PETRESE 130. 327 STARLING, ALTON E. 130 STARLING, DAVID A. 105 STARLING, JEFFREY LEE 92 STARLING, TERRY N. 130, 162. 253 STEADHAM. RONALD WILLIAM 105 STEBBINS, SHANNON M. 105. 267 STEELE. HENRY A. 116 STEELE. JANET 105 STEELE. MARTHA JANE 196 STEIN. SANDRA S. 130. 169. 196. 276 STEPHENS. AMANDA KAY 105 STEPHENS. CAROLYN D. 130 STEPHENS. CYNTHIA ANN 92 STEPHENS. ERIC RANDALL 92. 170 STEPHENS. KEITH M. 130 STEPHENS, RAYMOND F. 116 STEPHENS, TERESA 92 STEPHENS, WENDELL SCOTT 130, 320 STEPHENSON, JASON J. 105, 271 STEPHENSON. PAUL GERARD 92. 170 STEVENS. RICHARD 105 STEVENS, TRACY LEA 92. 229 STEVENSON, BRYAN ASHLEY 105 STEVENSON, SUANE 130 STEWART, CYNTHIA DENICE 92 STEWART, EUGENIA PAIGE 116 STEWART, GREGORY DARREL 116, 253 STEWART, HARRY MARK 130 STEWART, JAMES CHRISTOPHER 130 STEWART. MARY N. 92 STEWART. TERRI L. 130 STEWART, TERRI LYNN 92 STEWART, WILLIAM SCOTT 105 STIFFLER, ELIZABETH 116 STILL, DORIS J. 130. 198 STILL. SHARON DENISE 130 STINSON, ANGIE KAREN 130 STINSON. SALLY O 116 STOCKS. KIMBERLY MICHELLE 92 STOKES, JOSEPH BRENT 163. 250 STOKES. KAREN ELIZABETH 116, 217 STOKES, LESLIE MARIE 105 STOKES, RAYMOND H. 116, 281 STOKLEY, CYNTHIA NAN 105, 264 STONE. ANITA GWEN 105. 267 STONE. HENRY WELBORN 116, 264, 281 STONE, THOMAS E. 92 STOREY, ZACKARY MARK 105 STORY, SUSAN DIANE 92, 229 STOUDEMIRE, SONYA DENICE 92 STOUGH, ANNETTE CHESSER 105 STOUGH, FREDERICK RANDOLPH 130 STOUGH, JAY SCOTT 130 STOUGH, MARTHA LYNN 92 STOVALL, EVERETTE 92 STOVALL, GREGORY L. 92 STRAUGHN, DANIEL CLIFFTON 92, 268, 282 STREET, VIRGINIA K. 116. 176, 251. 267 STRICKLAND. EDMOND B 116 STRICKLAND. JOYCE E 116 STRICKLAND. MICHAEL DUANE 92 STRINGER. DEBBIE LUE 116 STRINGER. DONNA KAY 92 STRINGFELLOW. JOSEPH MARK 92. 306 STRONG. JOHN BRAGG 92 STROUD. CASSANDRA 130 STROUSE. TRACY LYNN 92. 252 STUDSTILL. SUZANNE 130. 261. 276 STUTTS. STEVEN CARROLL 1 16. 264. 280 STUTZMAN. YVONNE K 105 SULLIVAN. JOHN M 92. 212 SULLIVAN. PHILLIP GORUM 105 SULLIVAN. STEPHANIE 92 SULLIVAN. WALTER 92 SULLIVAN. WILLIAM A. 116. 268 SUMLAR. PARYMAN MORGAN 130, 183 SUMMERS. NANCY ANNE 130. 198 SUMTER. ISRAEL EUGENE 92 SUTLEY, LISA CROWELL 131. 193 SUTTON. KIMBERLY ANN 116 SVIGLIN. HELENA KATHERINE 92 SVOPA. STEVE MICHAEL 92 SWANTON. REBECCA ROSEANNE 116, 176. 190 SWEAT. YVONNE M. 92 SWOFFORD-JOHNSON. SANDRA 116 SYKES. TERESA M. 131. 190. 251. 271. 279 T TABLER. JEFFREY ALAN 92. 260. 280 TABRON. RHONDA STRONG 116. 188 TALTON, LYDIA H. 131 TAMASOVICH, DIANE 1 16 TAMOSOVICH, EDWARD COLLIN 116 TAN, KIAN YAP 188 TANSEY, LAURA 92 TANNER, BONITA KAY 105 TANNER, JENNIFER 105 TANNER, PATRICIA LYNN 131 TANSEY, LAURA JEAN 229. 247. 278 TASE, TERRY MARK 131, 253. 266. 267, 281 TASHJIAN, ROXANNE M. 131 TATE, DEBRA 92 TATUM, LANCE EDWARD 105 TAUNTON, MELISSA ANN 131 TAYLOR, ANDREW F. 264, 280 TAYLOR, BELINDA B. 131 TAYLOR, CAMMIE ANN 116 TAYLOR, CAROLYN VALTRICE 327 TAYLOR, DAVID LEWIS 92 TAYLOR. FREDDIE 92 TAYLOR. JAMES F. 131 TAYLOR. JERRY EARL 248. 263. 280 TAYLOR. KEITH LAVENDER 105 TAYLOR, KRISTIN ANN 131, 169 TAYLOR, LISA J. 105 TAYLOR, LISA RENEE 92. 241 TAYLOR. MARY ELIZABETH 105 TAYLOR. MICHAEL DAVID 116 TAYLOR. RICHARD 105 TAYLOR, RUSSELL B. 131. 267. 281 TAYLOR. SUSAN ELIZABETH 134 TAYLOR. WILLIAM JODY 92 TEAL, PRISCILLA A. 116. 185, 212 TEAL. SUSAN MARLENE 1 16 TEASE. CHRISTIAN D. 1 16 TEDFORD, PEGGY 131 TELLIS. KENNETH BARRY 280 TEPPER. SOL HAGEDORN III 1 16 TERRELL, ANDREW JOHN 105 TERRELL. MICHELLE YVONNE 92 TERRY. YOLANDA 92, 312. 315 TEW, CINDY L. 16, 201 TEW. KAREN E. 131 TEW. SCOTT JAY 105 Index 409 TYUS. RONALD A. 131 u THATCHER, PAUL DEAN 131 THIERFELDER, DANA LYNN 92 THIERFELDER, KAREN RENEE 1 16 THOMAS. ANDREW 282 THOMAS. DEBBIE 116, 248 THOMAS. DELISA DAWN 105, 229 THOMAS, FREDDIE 1 16. 248 THOMAS, GRACE ARLENE 131, 198 THOMAS, KURT LYDELL 92 THOMAS, LAWRENCE CHANNING 105. 281 THOMAS, RUTH ANN 131. 202. 203 THOMAS. SHARON 105 THOMAS. STEVEN ALAN 105 THOMAS. TABITHA ELIZABETH 92, 151 THOMAS, WILLIAM 92 THOMAS, WYNDE BRIDGET 92 THOMAS, ZANETTA LASONJA 92 THOMPSON, CHERI ANN 92 THOMPSON, DEBORAH ANN 116, 168 THOMPSON, DONNELLE 131 THOMPSON, DOUGLAS L. 131, 166, 177, 194 THOMPSON, ELLEN JEANENE 131 THOMPSON, KIBBY LATRESS 131 THOMPSON, LESLIE WOODALL 131, 202 THOMPSON, MICHELE A. 92, 229 THOMPSON, SHARON LEE 195 THOMPSON. SUZETTE ALESIA 92 THOMPSON, THOMAS M. 92 THOMPSON, WILEATHA 105 THONEBE, DOUGLAS AUGUST 105, 282 THORNAL, KEITH WESLEY 131. 271. 242. 243 THORNTON. CHARLIE WRIGHT 131 THORNTON. RODNEY MAURICE 280 THRASH. TRACEY DENISE 92 THURMON. SUZANNA 185, 276 TIBBETTS, TIFFANY KAREN 92 TILLMANN, MARY 92 TILLIS, JOHN SHELBY III 92 TINDOL, W. KELLY 92 TIPTON, CHARLES J. 92 TISDALE, DAVID GENE 131 TISDALE. JAMES LAMAR 105 TISDALE, TERESA ANN 116 TISDALE, WANDA RENEE 105 TODD, ELIZABETH ANN 92 TOLES, CAROL ANN 105 TOLES, NORRIS BENJAMIN 131 TOLLIVER, GLENN A RAI 131 TOLOMEO, KIMBERLY NORRIS 342, 343, 344, 345 TOLOMEC, TRACEY A. 1 16. 342, 345 TOMBERUN, DEBRA L. 131 TORRES, JOSE ANGEL 116, 320 TRAVIS, GAYLE D. 134 TRAVIS, JERALD M. 105 TRAVIS, SCARLETT JENNIFER 105 TRAWICK, NEAL DOUGLAS 131, 274 TRAWICK, TERRY D. 271 TROMBETTA, MARY MADDEN 241, 276 TRUETT, JAMES EDWARD 93 TRUETT, YOLANDRA UNDRA 105, 279 TUCK, ALVIN BERNARD 1 16, 229 TUCKER, ANGELA KIM 93, 217 TUCKER. JILL RENEE 93 TUCKER. JOHN HUDSON 131 TUCKER, KAREN SUMMERUN 93 TURBERVILLE. DOROTHY ANN 116 TURDO. MIKE JOSEPH 116. 281. 322, 324, 325 TURK, MICHAEL WAYNE 116, 253 TURNER, BEKKI 134 TURNER, BILLY LAUVONE 131 TURNER, BILLY WAYNE 131 TURNER, TERESA LOUISE 131. 242, 277 TURNER, THERESA DIANA 105 TURNIPSEED, CHARLES T. JR. 1 16. 185 TURVIN, MALINDA NELL 93 TUTCHTONE. DEBRA J. 131 TWIDDY, KIMBERLY ANN 93 TYREE. LINDA C. 131 UNDERWOOD, CARL ETHERIDGE 1 16, 176 UNDERWOOD, TAMMY LEANN 134 UNDERWOOD, VICKY LYNN 131 UTISS, TRACEY ROCHELLE 93 UTSEY, LISA ANN 93 V VAN HOUTEN, JON PAUL 93 VANCE, CARL GIBSON 1 16, 252, 326 VAUGHAN, REBECCA MIMS 134 VAUGHANS, DORIS 105 VAUGHN, ANDREW MORRIS 116, 338, 339 VAUGHN, LISA KAY 105, 242, 277 VAUGHN, PAMELA ANN 93 VAUGHN, ROBERT HENRY 176, 204, 280 VAUGHN, SONYA R. 245 VAUGHT. JAMES C. 93 VESPA, CARMEN ELSY 188 VIGNOLA, E. JEANE 193, 199 VINCENT, CAROL ANNE 116 VINCENT, VINCENT PATRICK 93, 268, 282 VINES, ANGELINA 105, 251, 279 VINES.STEPHEN ROSS 93, 280 VINES, STUART KENNETH 93 VOGT, BRYAN LEE 93 VOILAND, THOMAS JAMES 116, 320 w WADDAIL, MELANIE RAINER 131 WADDELL, DENISE DIANE 105 WADOWICK, MARY M. 131. 188 WAGNER, KENNETH EDWARD 93 WAGNER, ROBERT JOHN 93, 260 WAKEFIELD, STEVE ROBERT 116, 271 WALDEN, HANS JOSEPH 105 WALDEN, MICHAEL LAVEON 106. 148 WALDHEIM, LESLIE 106 WALDREP, STACY LONNIE 93 WALKER, CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH 106, 229 WALKER. CYNTHIA DENISE 106 WALKER, JAMES MAXWELL 131 WALKER, JEFFREY S. 131 WALKER, KIM 93 WALKER, LARRY BRYAN 131, 214 WALKER, MICHELLE D. 131, 271, 274 WALKER, ROGER DALE 93 WALKER, SARAH NELL 116 WALKER, SONJA RICHELE 106 WALLACE, BRYAN MOSER 93, 268, 282 WALLACE, CHARLES DARYL 93 WALLACE. HENRY MARTIN 116 WALLACE. HOWARD ANTHONY 93 WALLACE. KEITH ALAN 106 WALLACE, LORI MARIE 93 WALLER, MICHELLE LYNN 93, 264 WALLS, GREGORY EUGENE 131. WALTERS, DEBORAH SUE 131, 179, 199 WALTON, CAROLYN ANNE 116 WARD, ANDY BRUCE 106 WARD, SHERRI RAE 106 WARD, STACY HAND 131 WARD, SUSAN AIMEE 116 WARE, ERIC 118. 156, 158 WAREN, MARK EDWARD 93 WARR, BRENTON WOODFIN 106 WARREN, CHARLES MICHAEL 118 WARREN, JOHN T. 131 WARREN, RONALD O. 131, 320 WARTMAN, WILLIAM DORRANCE 106 WASDEN. ROBERT THOMAS 118 WASHINGTON, ARTESA MARIE 93, 323 WASHINGTON, BOBBY 93 WASHINGTON, D ' JARA 106 WASHINGTON, JUAN P. 106 WASHINGTON, KELVIN A. 93 WATERS. ANDREW D. 106 WATERS. JULIE ANNE 93 WATERS. RHONDA S. 118. 253 WATKINS. DEMETRIUS AL. 106, 151. 214, 221, 224 WATKINS, GLENDA 93 WATKINS, JAMIE L. 131, 144, 168, 277, 299 WATKINS, KAREN DENISE 229 WATKINS, MAX JR. 118 WATKINS, THOMAS R. 118 WATSON, ANGELA D. 131 WATSON, DAVID R. 253, 260 WATSON, DONNA JEAN 93, 229 WATSON, LANA DELORES 93 WATSON, RANDALL C. 131 WATSON, STANLEY CLAYTON 106. 229 WATTERS. JENNIFER RENEE 93 WAVER, CARL 106 WEAVER. GARY DARRYL 118 WEAVER, PHILLIP EUGENE 93, 170, 214 WEAVER, RODNEY GLEN 106. 253. 326 WEBB, MYRA JANE 118, 163, 278 WEBB, NORMAN H. 118, 328 WEBB, PAUL E. 93, 253 WEBB, WILLIAM DAMON 93 WEBER, KARL D. 131 WEBER, LISA LY 131. 188 WEBER, SUSIE YON 118, 169, 188 WEBSTER, DIXIE 134 WEBSTER, SHAWN MARIE 106, 242, 277 WEEKLEY, BRIAN K. 38, 131, 200 WEEKS, BRIAN KEITH 246 WEEKS, JOHN TODD 131 WEEKS, LLOYD KEITH 93 WEEKS, TAMI LEIGH 94 WEEMS, LEONTYNE 131 WELCH, SONJA KAYE 106 WELCH. TRINA G. 131 WELDON. SUSAN KAY 118, 247, 278 WELLANDER, SUSIE 93 WELLS, BENJAMIN DAVID 118 WELLS. KAROL LYN 93, 241, 276 WESPISER, DANIEL JOSEPH 131 WEST, JAMES H. 106 WEST, KAREN 106 WEST, VANESSA RENA 131 WESTON, BERNARD 118, 248, 263, 280 WESTRY, MILTON J. 280 WETHERINGTON, STEVE CLAY 93, 281 WHALEY, ROY 93 WHEAT, TIMOTHY DAVE 131 WHELPLEY, RONALD JOHN 20, 134, 326 WHIDDON, ALLISON 131, 195 WHIDDON, MARY LEIGH 93. 241, 276 WHITAKER, JEFFERY JONES 118 WHITAKER, KEVIN LOMAX 131 WHITE, ARTHUR CLAYTON 93 WHITE, AUGUSTUS CARTER 118 WHITE, BARBARA ELLEN 131, 179 WHITE, BETHANY CRICKETT 93, 241, 276 WHITE, CECELIA RENEE 118 WHITE. CHAD EUGENE 93. 253. 264 WHITE, CHRISTY LA-TONYA 106 WHITE, DELAIN 198 WHITE, DENISE MECHELE 93 WHITE, DOROTHY JEAN 131 WHITE, DOROTHY LOUISE 93 WHITE, ELLA LYNETTE 199 WHITE, HARVEY JOHN 93 410 Index WHITE. JEFFERY THOMAS 118 WHITE, JOE ROBERT 281 WHITE, JOHN H. 118 WHITE. JOSEPH BENJAMIN 131 WHITE. KATHERINE V. 118 WHITE, MARY VIRGINIA 93 WHITE, MICHAEL LAMAR 131 WHITE, NATHAN J. 131, 222, 229 WHITE, THOMAS WESLEY 93, 268, 282 WHITED, DAVID JON 93 WHITEHEAD, CHARLIE THOM 106, 137, 148. 153, 180, 181, 264. 281 WHITEHEAD. SANDRA HOPE 106 WHITFIELD, BRADLEY S. 131, 202, 203, 204 WHITING, MAE HELAINE 118 WHITMAN, KIMBERLY KAY 118 WHITMER, DONNA MICHELLE 93 WHITNEY, MIRINDA MAE 93, 223 WHITSON, CHARLES R. 134 WHITTLE, CARLA HILDA 93 WHITTLE, ROSE ANN 182 WHITTLE, WILLIAM OTTO 106, 268, 282 WIBEL, LUANNE 93 WICKS. REBECCA B. 179 WIGGINS, NORA LEE 93 WIGGINS, SHERRI RENEE 93 WIGGINS, WALTER WADE 118 WIGINTON, DONALD BARTON 118 WILEY, BERNICE 118 WILHOITE, RHONDA KAE 198. 278 WILKERSON. ANGELA 106. 242, 277 WILKERSON, C. RODNEY 106 WILKES, KENNY WAYNE 93 WILKES, MATTHEW WAYLON 93 WILKES, MELODY CHERYL 118 WILKES, WILLIAM R. 93 WILKINS, DAVID HAROLD 106 WILKINS, JAMES KING 131, 212 WILKINSON, EMILY S. 132 WILLIAMS, ALTO ALEXANDER 106, 221 WILLIAMS, AMY ARNETT 93, 106, 242. 277. 329 WILLIAMS, ANGELA CAROLE 118, 172 WILLIAMS, ANNIE R. 118 WILLIAMS, AURA COSTRO 131, 222, 229 WILLIAMS, BARRY RAY 93 WILLIAMS, BOBBY EDWARD 93 WILLIAMS, CHARLES DONALD 118 WILLIAMS. CHARLIE WAYMON 93, 202, 204 WILLIAMS, CHERIE GAYLE 93 WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA NANNETTE 93 WILLIAMS, DARRYL D. 118 WILLIAMS, DAVID LEE 93 WILLIAMS, DEBORAH Y. 94 WILLIAMS, DIANA LYNN 106 WILLIAMS, ERIC KEITH 94, 229 WILLIAMS, ERIC VERNER 94, 222 WILLIAMS, FRANKLIN CASEY 94, 253 WILLIAMS, GERALD J. 131 WILLIAMS, IVY 106 WILLIAMS, JEFFREY KEITH 118 WILLIAMS, JOHN DAVID 134 WILLIAMS, JULIA MARIE 106, 229 WILLIAMS, KIP RANDALL 94 WILLIAMS, LORRI 131 WILLIAMS, LULA MAE 118 WILLIAMS, MARY ELIZABETH 106 WILLIAMS, MONIQUE LERAY 106 WILLIAMS, PAMELA TERESA 24, 31, 132, 246, 278, 288 WILLIAMS, PAULA M. 106 WILLIAMS, PEARLA MAE 28, 106, 327, WILLIAMS, PENNY ANGELAN 106 WILLIAMS, PRISCILLA ANNE 118 WILLIAMS, ROBERT CORBITT 132, 196 WILLIAMS, ROY HILTON, JR. 229, 260 WILLIAMS, SHERI L. 132, 191 WILLIAMS, TIMOTHY K. 118 WILLIAMS, TONY 339 WILLIAMS. TROY D. 118. 263. 280 WILLIAMSON, JAMES ANTHONY 132 WILLIAMSON, JAMES EARL 119 WILLIAMSON, KIMBERLY D. 132 WILLIAMSON, MARK D. 132 WILLIAMSON. RHONDA D. 132 WILLIAMSON, RITA HAMMETT 94 WILLIAMSON, TIMOTHY ELKIN 94 WILLIAMSON, VICKIE 118 WILLIAMSON, VANDON D. 106 WILLIS, ANGELA MARTINA 106 WILLIS, EDWARD F. 118 WILLIS, ELIZABETH SEHOYA 94, 229 WILLIS, GLEN DARRELL 106, 320 WILLIS, WILLIAM MARC 132 WILLOUGHBY, DONNA 132 WILLOUGHBY, SUSAN 106 WILNOITE, RHONDA 106 WILSON, ANDREA JONES 94 WILSON, ASHLEY JANE 94, 277 WILSON, BECKI T. 132 WILSON, CARY T. 132, 163, 267, 281 WILSON, COMER ANDERSON 106 WILSON, DEIDRE MAUREEN 94, 170, 252 wilson, douglas neal 118 wilson, franklin wade 243, 267 wilson, ginger ruth 118 wilson, joseph harold 94 Wilson, marcus l. 229 wilson, michelle 94 wilson, richard jack 106, 280 wilson, sue a. 132 wilson. wendy 132 wilson, william keith 94 wilson, wray h. 106 winchester, ramona lee 106 windham, charles francis 94, 106, 184, 185 WINSTON, DAVID FRANKLIN 94, 229 WISDEN, BENEDICT PATRICK 56, 94 WISE, JENNIFER SLYVIA 94, 229 WISE, MACK A. 118 WITCHER, BRIAN NORTH 94, 229 WOELFEL, JOHN R. 118 WOFFORD, WENDY JO 94, 170 WOLF, NICHOLAS JOSEPH 94, 322, 324 WOLF, WILLIAM JOHN 106, 320 WOMACK, CHARLES F. 106, 267 WOMACK, CINDY 118 WOMACK, VALERIE A. 118, 229 WOMBLE, PATRICIA M. 132 WOOD, JAMES ALLAN 132 WOOD. TAMMY LYNNE 16. 17. 94. 153. 170 WOOD, TONY RUDOLPH 106 WOOD, WILLIAM HILTON 132 WOODARD, TERESA 94 WOODARD, WANDA LYNN 132 WOODHAM. VICKI L. 132 WOODHAM, KIMBERLY D 106, 276 WOODHAM, SHANA PAIGE 94 WOODHAM, TRACEY DIANE 118. 169, 225 WOODS, CINDI JONES 94 WOODS, GLENDA 94 WOODS, NELLIE MAE 106 WOODS, PHELIS T. 106 WOODS, VALERIE DENSE 94 WOODS, WILLIAM CHARLES II 94 WOODY, COUNTESS ANN 38, 132 WOODY, GLADYS ELIZABETH 279 WOOTEN, DONALD C. 106 WORLEY. GINGER PAULLETTE 118, 247. 278 WRIGHT, ANDREA J. 106, 132 WRIGHT, ANDREW 106 WRIGHT, ANNA H. 194 WRIGHT, DENNY W. 132 WRIGHT, GARCIA 118 WRIGHT, GWENDOLYN 106 WRIGHT. JAMES ARLIN 132 WRIGHT, JOAN 132 WRIGHT, KENRIC V. 118 WRIGHT, MERLE 106 WRIGHT, MICHAEL LLOYD 94, 341 WRIGHT, TRACEY LYNN 94, 342 WRIGHT, VONECEIL 132 WYATT, JAMES L. 38, 132, 208, 242, 243, 271 WYNCOOP, SUSAN E. 118, 251, 278, 288 WYNN, ALISON ANN 247 WYNN, DOUGLAS STEWART 132 WYRICK, NATALIE JEAN 94, 300, 303, 333 YATES, HAMPTON A 118 YEARWOOD. PHYLLIS W 132 YEINGST. JODY ANN 118 YELL, LINDA 106 YORK, ANNA LYNN 106 YOST, ELIZABETH ANN 94. 170. 229 YOUNG. ALFONZIA 194 YOUNG. CHRISTOPHER KEITH 106. 224. 252. 271 YOUNG, DANITA LAFAN 106, 210 YOUNG, DAVID G. 94, 264, 281 YOUNG. DEREK L. 131. 166. 167. 170. 171, 186. 242. 243 YOUNG. MYRA CARMELA 118 YOUNG. ROY ANTHONY 253, 282 YOUNG. SUSAN ANNE 106 YOUNG. WANDA FELICIA 106. 164. 229 YOUNGBLOOD. DEBORAH J. 118. 179. 199 YOUNGBLOOD. KELLEY A. 118 YOUNGBLOOD. WYATT 131 YOUNGERS. HUGH THOMAS 268. 282 ZABELA, THERESA A. 118. 169 ZAPATA, DAN RAMON 106 ZEIGLER, SALLY ANN 106 ZESSIN, WENDY ODOM 118 ZIGLAR, SHERRI LYNN 106 ZIMMERMANN, SUSAN 106 ZORN, SUZANNE M. 131, 198 Y YAKUBOWSKI, KEVIN EUGENE 106 YARBROUGH, MICHAEL 134 YARBROUGH, MIKE L. 94 Index 411 Top Right: Photography staff: Row One: Greg Ben- ton, Cara English, Angela Boswell, and Mitchell Odom. Row Two: Greg Johnson, Shannon Coven, Donald Norsworthy, director; and Ed Moseley. Top Left: Greg Benton ad- justs the staff ' s enlarger. Bottom: Cara English and Ed Moseley keep a watchful eye on possible subjects for pictures. 412 Photography Student Publications Board The University Student Publications Board (USPB) serves as a policy setting Board whose chief re- sponsibility is to exercise supervision over the Tro- politan. Palladium, and any other University publi- cation the President of the University places un- der the Board ' s jurisdic- tion. The USPB promotes the highest standards of jour- nalism in the operation of student publications un- der its jurisdiction. The Board also ensures that those publications are re- sponsible to the concerns and needs of the Universi- ty community. Also, the Board assures that these publications operate in the spirit of fairness, de- cency, truthfulness, and accuracy including the Left: Board members are: Row One: Cathy Purcell, Angle Over- street, Priscilla Teal, and Jeanne Nichols. Row Two: Jacqueline Smith, Andrew Henderson, and Holly Rousseau. Row Three: correction of errors in fac- tual reporting previously disseminated. The USPB assures the publication ' s freedom from censorship and the editor of those publica- tions the right to develop their own editorial policies and news coverage. The USPB serves as a man- agement board. The Board selects, employs, and terminates the edi- tors and business manag- ers of the Tropolitan, Pal- ladium and any other Uni- versity publication placed under its jurisdiction. Simi- larly, the Board supports those editors and man- agers against arbitrary suspension and removal because of student, fac- ulty, administrative or public disapproval of edi- torial policy or content. Charlie Finch and Jerry Foster. Row Four: Merrill Bankester and Neal Starling. Row Five: Ed Peeks and Fred Davis. Row Six: Mock Arnold. The Palladium was hon- ored to receive an award for best cover design for the 1984 yearbook. The award was given by the Printing Industry of the Carolinas. The editor of the 1984 Palladium, Jeff Johnston from Ariton de- signed the award winning cover. The Palladium compet- ed with some 6,000 en- tries for the award, with judges from throughout the United States. Delmar printing was the publisher of the 1984 yearbook. Lett: Accepting the award from Delmar representative Frank Myers (left) are Merrill Bankester, dean of the Hall School of Jour- nalism; Chancellor Ralph Adams; Jacqueline Smith, the Palladium adviser; Don Gibson, vice presi- dent for student affairs; and Charlie Finch, Palladium editor for 1985-86. Closing 413 Zhe Palladium Staff Hard work, dedication, and nerves of steel are qua- lities demanded of every member of the Palladium staff. Being a part of an award winning yearbook gave the 1985-86 staff a real challenge to live up to. But, the Palladium ' s creative minds continuously came up with wonderful, innovative ideas (If not, we faked it.) The 1986 Palladium was a group effort to create an image of the University which any student, faculty or staff member could ap- preciate. The Palladium not only is the product of hours and hours of work, but also represents the determina- tion of a staff willing to over- come the most hideous ob- stacles — like deadlines. The Palladium staff hopes you enjoy the 1986 year- book depicting the " Troy State of Mind. " Charlie 3 inch, editor i Suellcn c tra. assocWL JL £eslie Carroll Mtociate editor 414 Palladium Staff Molly Kousseau, business Row One: Garry Cannon, Wayne Godwin. Row Cara English, Leigh Gold- Two: Jacqueline Smith, Leslie Carroll, Dana Thier- en, Margaret Rhodes, Holly Rousseau, Suellen telder, and Lori Featherin- Ginger Hakman, and Snoekstra, Charlie Finch, gill. « " t . ■ a fi Ser w hat a year! Deadlines have become something that I dread more than most people could possibly imagine. So many times I, as well as the rest of the staff, had to say, " I can ' t go out tonight, I have a (long sigh) — deadline. " There were times when we just didn ' t think we could put it all together. But, with all the talent we had working on the staff, something had to click — and it did, regardless of deadlines. I ' d like to thank veteran staff members Sueilen, Leslie and Holly for all the dedication they have shown the yearbook and all the support they have given me. I ' ve enjoyed not only working with them on the staff, but also the many memorable experiences we all had becoming good friends, like " heavy metal " parties and Jacqueline ' s halepeno corn- bread, both of which bring tears to my eyes. It ' s been said behind every good man their stands a good woman (or vice versa.). Well, in the yearbook profession, the saying goes, " There ' s a good adviser behind every editor to make sure he ' s a good editor. " Jacqueline Smith, besides being a constant cheerleader to the staff, has also been an outstanding adviser. She kept us all in line while giving us the extra confidence we needed at times, thanks Jacqueline! To the rest of the staff — Ginger, Lori, Leigh, Dana, Margaret, Wayne, Garry, Scott, and Cara — thanks for all the time and hard work you put into the yearbook. Being editor of the Palladium has been a real challenge, one which has made me a better man for surviving it. One thing I firmly believe is that a winner never quits, and quiter never wins. I hope that you enjoy the 1986 Palladium as much as I have enjoyed being its editor-in-chief. Sincerely, C M Ty. Ja lcAs Charles H. Finch editor-in-chief 416 I


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