Troy University - Palladium Yearbook (Troy, AL)

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' K t - " it .£ V Cara English September 19, 1986 was the official Cen- tennial kick-off, be- ginning a year full of events recognizing the achievements of Troy State University. Fall quarter brought in a host of activities, complete with a Homecoming spectac- ular, which proved to be a huge sue cess. One Homecoming night, Memorial Stadium was packed with Trojan fans ea- ger to see a fireworks display What the fans saw was more than they had bargained for as thousands of dollars of fireworks lit the sk to the " oohs " and " ahs ' of the crowd. In addition to an awe-in- spiring fireworks display, the Homecoming Paradr one of the most colorful in the history of the parade For many years local bush men and politicians, (iui groups, and bands, in addi- tion to the TSU ente- have moved e er-so slowK through the streets of down- town Troy . In 1986, the Homecoming Parade was one of the most colorful e er, complete with clowns on go-carts, sounds of sundry bands, students c banting i beers and • recognizing Troy many campus organizations. The parade was tin- begin- ning of a da full oi eiebratina TSI s ( entennial Homec oming -£. D. Norsworthy C«E«L E B R A«T l 0 " N The Adams Center Union Board says, " Let us entertain you! " Since its conception in 1977, the ACUB has made 5r ' entertaining its goal. According to Ron Pierce, adviser to the ACUB, " The Union Board ' s purpose is to provide a wide variety of en- tertainment and extracurri- fit cular activities to the Univer- )y sity community. " DK Over its ten year history, the ACUB has booked such talents as Dolly Parton, Helen Ready, the Spinners, the Pointer Sisters, Hall and s Oates, and, in 1987, Huey Lewis (shown at right) and his g band, The News. 1 u r f ; 0«N»E H •U»N D»R-E D •«sm « mMr riimF9qi " ■SPffP M .W!, Take a closer look at the arts at Troy State and you ' ll see a fine repertoire of gifted musicians and actors, award- winning plays and perfor- mances and skilled, inspiring artists. From outstanding in- dividual performances in the Miss Troy State University Pageant to a harmonious blend of voices in the Colle- giates ' Pops Concert, TSU has been blessed with talent and entertainment. The arts have flourished on campus during the Centen- nial year. Phi Mu Alpha Sin- fonia presented " 100 Years of American Music, " com- memorating music which has touched the lives of so many during Troy State ' s 100-year history. In addition, the 1987 Miss TSU Pageant saluted the Centennial year by recogiz- ing former Miss TSU ' s. Many of these ladies returned to be honored for their year repre- senting the university. Phi Mu Alpha ' s " 100 Years of Music " and the Miss TSU Review were just two of the multitude of events celebrat- ing the arts and TSU ' s Cen- tennial. PRESENTS Photography by C. English, C lohnson and Four S aw m Photography OE«L«E»B»R« A«T»l»0«N One of the main objectives of the Centennial year was for those involved in the University system to get to know each other. Through such events as the Pensacola Beach Party, sponsored by the TSU Florida Region, the Delta Chi fraternity First La- dies ' Ball, and numerous oth- er balls and activities held in Dothan, Troy and Montgom- ery, students and faculty were given the opportuni- ty to do just that - get ac- quainted. Right: Tresa Hardin entertains at the 1986 Homecoming Ball. 0»N»E H»U«N»D»R«E»D 10 During the one hun- dred Ncir hiStOI the University , se - eral generations ha e ontt ibuted to us growth and success, each generation giving its besl ef- forts in classrooms, in labora- tories, and in all areas of the University. The last decade mirrors the dynamism Of continuity and c hange whi h h.ts historically distinguished our University. Our faculty sought to offer quality pro- grams to deserving students; our administration has sup- ported the time-tested trin- ity of instruction, research, and service; together we have had a significant impact upon the education of the future leaders of Alabama and the nation. Ralph W. Adams Chancellor 11 ¥ i « L w yi XV Ik M jm wm m, nm : twymwummmw ommimi mtmm i In retrospect, the ( en- thusiasm in out f in«- insti- t en nuil yen been ,i tution - I r o Sun- I rmer - potpourri 0( Colorful Sity. After 100 e,irs, fh«- events, memorable future t looking brightei erformances and has than ever and the [jest is lugmented pride and en- set to be! C E L«E«B R A T l«0«N In the midst of celebrating, commemorating and dedicating, the Palladium would like you to take a closer look at a seldom changing aspect of TSU - the cam- pus environment. During the Centennial year, there was a change in the campus environment. Kilby Hall, con- structed in 1924, was the first building on campus back when the institution was Troy Normal School. To the dismay of many, the edifice was torn down in De- cember, 1986, to make way for an ultra-modern administrative building, construction to begin summer, 1987. A tribute to Kilby is paid on pages 18-19. 0-N»E H»U«N«D»R«E»D Photography b I Motrin. I) S vi»»cvih and rou ' S»»om PSoio(pjph -. - - ■.:■ ». " .- » .i;w ' -f ' -- ' - --.--■ . F - ■—---■-:- ■ ' - r -- . 14 Campus Life Charles Finch Section Editor Garry Cannon Van English Kim Gore Lauri Lowery Ginger Piazza Contributing Editors Cara English Greg Johnson Ed Moseley Donald Norsworthy Photograph Campm life 15 Troy State offered its first broadcast jour- nalism course in the Fall of 1975. The course was entitled " Intro- duction to Radio and Televi- sion. " Since then, the School of Journalism has expanded to twelve broadcast journal- ism courses. The broadcast- ing courses are designed to acquaint the student with such topics from the theory and history of broadcasting to actual reporting and pro- duction techniques to a 15- hour internship at a broad- 16 Experience Counts casting facililty. Hence, the student is exposed to every aspect of broadcast journal- ism from researching stories to appearing before the cam- era. Broadcast journalism ma- jors are encouraged to par- ticipate in TSU-TV produc- tions. Under the supervision of the staff of TSU-TV and faculty of the School of Jour- nalism, the students gain practical " hands on " exper- ience in news gathering, writing, reporting and pro- duction. Nooncast and TSU Nightly News are produced each weekday in the TSU-TV studios. Other programs in- clude " Profiles of Music, " a musical variety show; " Raz- zle, " a light news show that airs feature stories; " The Whaley ' s in Concert, " fea- turing the musical artistry of Margaret and Sara Anne Whaley, two local pianists and the " Wild Blue Yonder, " featuring current happen- ings within the ROTC pro- gram. Broadcast journalism ma- jors interested in radio are encouraged to participate in TSU-Radio. Students gain ex- perience in news, tape edit- ing, reporting, broadcasting techniques and radio oper- ations. Broadcast journalists trained at Troy State are ex- pected to be inquiring and interested in their world, trained in the techniques and philosophies of their craft and well-educated citi zens. article by Julie Forrester ■ ExpEriEncE Counts Journalism studEnts gEt " hands an " ExpEriEncE Opposite Page Camera man Jim M( Clean waits :e for airtime to the anchor team Blake Olsen, Terr ilhitc and lame-. Har- vey. This pa fe Top: James H.r weather man s.n s sunns sk | ahead for Alabama. Bottom i ctt scene from TSI dio control room. Bottom Ripht lett S1.iv host for " Trojan Talk, ' ' interviews Immie Dunnawav concerning positions available on the ' Tropolitan I gperi e rx e Mints 17 GOOD NIGHT w GOVERNOR, m. WHEREVER. YOU IRE ai4 country woman dis- creetly reached under the seat in front of her and took a long swig of Coca- Cola from a bottle. The Bap- tist Youth Choir timidly squalked " America, the Beautiful " as a bevy of scal- loped-edged paper fans flit- tered in the stagnant air. Flies and bees conducted relay races through the open win- dows on either side of the " . . . (the) structure was a controversy from its fifth birthday ... " darkly panelled auditorium as the tattered maroon velvet curtains staccatoed open: Commencement Day 1940, Kilby Hall. The yellow stucco pseudo- Spanish Colonial atriumed structure was a controversy from its fifth birthday when representatives from the Olmsted Brothers architec- tural firm in Massachusetts told President E.M. Shackel- ford that the building should be razed since it did not match Bibb Graves and Shackelford Halls, the stately Georgian buildings which had just been erected on the new campus of the Teachers College. But Dr. Shackelford realized how ridiculous it would be in those hard times for a perfectly good building to be torn down for purely aesthetic reasons. So she stood. As Wright, McCartha, McCall, Smith, Dill, Pace, and other buildings steadily sur- rounded the once lone Kilby underscoring her difference, newcomers ' questions and comments flew: " Was that 18 Remembering Kilby Hall done on purpose? " " Was that here before or some- thing? " " Is it old or just dif- ferent? " Kilby grew into what became tactfully termed a conversation piece; in actuality an odity. The building was useful, however, as it fulfilled the needs of aspiring grammar school teachers and their students. Someone thought the poor thing might look less noticeable if painted a more organic color, one that would blend into the pecan grove — why not green? So she was covered in a light minty green. Then some of the art professors blackened out the windows when they needed a more sterile envi- ronment. Next to go were the wrought iron lanters, which were replaced by aus- terely efficient fluorescent fixture. Hurricane Eloise yanked the initialled tree from the courtyard one year. A few years later an all-night " Save Kilby " vigil was held there, but all to no avail. The campus conversation piece was doomed. A brief period of historical appreciation took place when the building was re- painted its original buff hue and the terra cotta tiles were removed supposedly to be cleaned and restored; a mo- ment of hope was rampant on the campus as thoughts of possible salvage were in the air. But the tiles were never returned and the underpin- nings proceeded to rot and crumble. One day the big old Gothic gates were gone from the entranceway. So were the lit- tle arched leaded glass win- an essay by Van English dows with the diamond- shaped panes from the front gables. The doors had been removed and the building was virtually empty save a couple of art projects and some old lesson plans. On the morning of De- cember 17, 1986, rumbles and shatters invaded the calmness of the studentless campus. Despite the elevat- ed decibels of holiday music, employees could not ignore the revving diesel engine of the grimreaping bulldozer. A few reminiscers stood sadly in the drizzle to watch the stucco crumble like cake and the rafters splinter and the curtains shred and the black- " A few reminiscers stood sadly in the driz- zle to watch the stucco crumble like cake. . . " ened glass peel. The onlook- ers were silent, but all were saying within, " Congratula- tions, Mr. Olmsted. " Above: The empty halls of Kilby, I once alive with activity. Top Right: Kilby ' s iron gates looking , on to Long Hall. Bottom Right: Remnants of Kilby soon to be demolished. Pholo by Mikr Mnw RcmrmbonnR Kilb Hjll 19 W s, Play the GAME Frills and Lace Every lady ' s pace! Cool crisp linens of a cotton blend were the choice of JoAnna Brantley, a sophomore from Troy. The Call of the Wild Cool khakis with a safari style were seen blazing across campus. Chuck Boggs, a sophomore from Orlando, Florida, models his version of the un- tamed wilderness. + Knock out Knits Seen below is Soundra Jones, a sen- ior from Pritchard, demonstrating her choice in wintery wear. Patterns fa knits during winter 86-87 were spot- ted, striped, sauared and bright. Why? Because romance never goes out of style. + Outback Red and Banana Repub- lic jumped in to make this fashion statement a reality. Can you think of a more exciting way to weather the winter? 22 Play the Game Checking ' em out Levi ' s and shades - every guy ' s and girl ' s favorite casual wear! Stuart Vines, a sophomore from Birming- ham, Basic Black Sultry, yet sassy. Felicia Pierce, a freshman from Mobile, illustrates this fashion trend auite well. uown-to-barth Denims Western wear was a hit on the TSU campus as well as nationwide. Rounding up the best of the wld west is Tammy Hagaaom, a junior from Mt. Pleasant, Florida. " shows us with ease his favorite choice for early days and late dates. Black - a basic color in every girl ' s wardrobe - could be seen at the most elegant affair or the most casual occasion. Tammy wears a washed-out den- im skirt and shirt decorated with styl- ish studs. Fashion pages by Ginger Piazza Ptay me Game 23 $n tlje Courtly Hays of IJorc j + ourtly ladies curtsying m to passing knights, the L King an S Que e n o t Bellatrix strolling through the courtyard greeting their subjects, a strange form of English spoken among smiling faces with accompanying color- ful, ornate costumes: Sound like a scene from Don Quixote or King Arthur ' s court? In actual- ity, the scenario is a common occurrence in tournaments and exhibitions sponsored by The Society for Creative Anachro- nism. Established in the mid-1960 ' s, The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is a non- profit organization dedicated to the recreation of the Middle Ages (600-1650 A.D.). The pur- pose of the Society is to re- create the Middle Ages not as they were, but perhaps as they should have been by doing away with the strife and pesti- lence and emulating the beau- ty, grace, chivalry and brother- hood of the time period. Members of the Society per- form in tournaments and exhi- bitions throughout the country and abroad. The various events held, such as the fighting event shown at far right, are dedi- cated to the recreation of the midieval atmosphere. This at- mosphere gives the participants the opportunity to actively pur- sue their interests in historical research. Matthew Nessi, a member of the Troy chapter of SCA and a senior from Enterprise, said the primary purpose of the Society is educational. " We try to educate ourselves and others on the history of the medieval ages, " said Nessi, " We try to stick to the customs and mannerisms of the time as much as possible. " Some 12,000 men and wom- en are members of SCA, and chapters are located through- out the USA, in Canada, Europe, Japan, Australia and Korea. There are 12 kingdoms, each representing a geographical re- gion. The Troy, Alabama chap- ter of SCA is in the Kingdom of Meridies which covers many of the southern states. Chivalry, courtesy and honor are the goals of the Society. Ac- cording to Queen Carol ' s Guide to the Current Middle Ages, a Bible for the SCA, " Courtesy and chivalry are the SCA ' s hallmark. The active practice of courtesy and chival- ry is what sets the Society apart from any other organization. Each person is considered a lady or gentleman unless his or her actions prove otherwise. " Kissing a lady ' s hand, bowing in the presence of the King and Queen, and encouraging ex- treme courtesy at all times are just a few of the myriad of cus- toms in the Society. To an on- lo oker, the customs can be overwhelming, particularly if members are speaking " for- soothly, " the speech reminis- cent of Shakespeare and Chau- cer. Speaking forsoothly is encouraged but not required. According to Nessi, what is so rewarding about the SCA is the challenge of learning the cus- toms and getting to know the members of the Society. " You can really develop a brotherhood, similar to the me- dieval times, at least how we try and remember them, " said Nessi. The Troy chapter presented a fighting exhibition on campus May 7, 1987, which gave TSU students and faculty a taste of the Middle Ages as recreated by The Society for Creative Anachronism. This Page: Top: Shown is the various gear worn by knights in fighting or jousting. Bottom: David Patti takes a closer look at the costumes worn by SCA members Mary Bracewell and Sheri Crout. Opposite Page: Scenes from a fighting exhibition sponsored by the Troy chapter of SCA. 24 In the Courtly Days of Yore In the Courtl D Incoming Students Below: After a day packed full of ac- tivities, this orientation student takes a break from the action. Far R ' ghf: Thomas K launch, speaking into the microphone, and Joanne Stone compete for Mr. and Miss Orientation as Chris Brown, orienta- tion leader, looks on. Right: Jeannine Porter and Gibson Vance, orientation leaders, help in- coming students prepare their schedules for fall quarter. 26 Orientation Get TSU OriQntGd ■ For many students the I transition from high sc hool to college can be very diffi- cult. Dreams of college life I are filled with excitement, anticipation, but also many anxieties. To help relieve I some of these fears TSU of- fers a summer orientation session to help make the I transition easier. To freshmen, orientation is their first college exper- ience. It is a two-day en- hancement program packed full of information about the University. The newcomers attending one of the seven ( ion sessions le.irn about the ampus, and lea ■ •■ feeling mor e l out idi-nt about Troy State I si oi ientation I eaders are responsible for introdui - mg students to .ill ispe ts ot the campus. Ten men and women are sele ted from the student body n the basis of academic achievement, leadership and student in- volvement. These leaders guide the incoming fresh- men through everything from getting acquainted with fellow students to schedul- ing classes for their first quar- ter, i lou ing meal ticl enter t. iinn, in! | phone or .1 refrigei it how to be 01 . ell- rounded student an plained Before the session ends, students register and receive .i ( opy ot theii full quarter sc hedw The orientation sess, in. ike it e.isier tor nc;, stu- dentS to adjust to all .is; of Trov st.itc while preparing them for .1 rcit olleg perienc e article by Julio Fom Top Left. Laura Inman and Steve Wakefield, orientation leaders, ac- quaint incoming students with rules and policies about Trov State Top Righi: Krista Inman and Jason Jones, orientation leaders, answer questions during a morning session. Bottom: These orientation students are having fun at a dance held for each orientation group. Oner- Troy State and Pike County - Lying among the rolling hills of Southeastern Ala- bama, the city of Troy is the epitome of Southern culture. Elegant pre-Civil War man- sions line Murphrey and Col- lege streets and the down- town square, which is a hub for local business, character- izes the traditional small Southern town. The community ' s " pio- neer spirit " has played a ma- jor role in Pike County ' s tran- sition from a farming community to one of indus- trialization. In the 1880 ' s, when Troy was selected, along with four towns in Ala- bama, to be the cite for a nor- mal school, the foundation was laid for building a pros- perous community and uni- versity. Over the past century, the community and the universi- ty have built a strong rela- tionship and both have pros- pered as a result. In the 1980 ' s, with 547 employees on the main campus and close to 4,000 students, Troy State University plays an im- portant role in the economic well being of Pike County. Plus, the university attracts business to the area. Accord- ing to United States Cham- ber of Commerce statistics, TSU generates a 5.47 percent increase in retail establish- ments, reflecting $3,090,550 in annual retail sales pur- chased from area merchants. This is just one example of the many economical bene- fits TSU provides the com- munity. Likewise, the community supports TSU in a number of ways. Support of the univer- sity ' s athletics, Homecoming qltxt IB ' rrrjr activities, drama productions and the multitude of Cen- tennial events during 1986- 87 is characteristic of the community ' s involvement in TSU. Moreover, some 300 students are employed in lo- cal businesses, providing funds that many students could not get by without. The university and com- munity have worked hand in hand to make Troy State Uni- versity a haven for educa- tional opportunities and Pike County a center for econom- ic growth. Above: Troy ' s downtown square is a center for community activity. Top Right: Located in the Bicenten- nial Park on the corner of Brundidge and Hwy 231, the monument com- memorates Troy police officers killed in the line of duty. Bottom Right: First Methodist Church, located on North Three Notch Street, was built in 1906. Photography by Cara English 28 Sharing the Pioneer Spirit Sharing the Pioneer Spirit Top Left: The current home of facul- ty member Dr. Denison, located on College Street, was constructed in the 1880s Top Right: A Cub Scout group from Goshen, a town near Tro , marches in the TSU Centennial Homecoming Parade. Bottom Left: The First Baptist Church building was erected in 1888 Bottom Right: An abandoned ware- house, used in the early 1900s, lo- cated on North Three Notch Sharing the Pionec A YEAR OF TRIUMPH TRAGEDY AND SCANDAL The academic year 1986- 87 was filled with many trag- edies and triumphs, both of national and local interest. Lake Nios in Cameroon spewed a cloud of deadly gas killing more than 1700 peo- ple in Central Africa. The cause was believed to be car- bon dioxide, carbon monox- ide, hydrogen sulfide or cya- nide which had shot up from the bottom of the lake, a small pool nestled in a vol- canic crater in Nortwestern Cameroon. In South Africa, the fight to end apartheid heated up. In the United States, corpora- tions began pulling out of South Africa after protest by stock holders, while the U.S. government was pressured into levying economic sanc- tions against the South Afri- can Government. The new elections brought in politicians who were pro- aparthied, causing the situa- tion to become worse. In the Philippines, Presi- dent Corazan Aquino proved again she was a wom- an to be reckoned with. In a speech before a joint session of the US Congress, she won the hearts of the American government and later the praises of Reagan. Once back home, she had to deal with an attempted coup by mem- bers of her military forces still loyal to the ousted dictator Marcus. Her defense minis- ter, whom she had been feuding with over political policy, quickly came to her aid and put down the at- tempted coup. Again, show- ing that the lady with the yel- low rose is still the best bet for the Philippine people. THE BIG CHILL How Heterosexuals Are ( oping with A 1 DS In Iceland, President Rea- gan and Mikhail Gorbachev renewed their one-on-one dialogue at the hastily called " preparatory " summit meet- ing. The impromptu summit ended in a frustrating stale- mate because the develop- ment of the Star Wars de- fense system was an issue in which they could not reach a mutual agreement. In the United States, AIDS, the big disease with the little name, as it is called in Prince ' s hit record " Sign of the Times " , became the most contraversial moral and po- litical issue of the year. Sur- gean General C. Everett Koop released a 36 page re- port on AIDS. In the report he suggested open and graphic education programs on the disease, its cause and ways to prevent from con- tracting the disease. This was a very contraversial idea for a conservative administration, which had spent the past years ignoring the issue. Sur- geon General Koop contin- ued fighting for his educa- tion program. However, AIDS continued to spread across the nation with no hope for a cure in sight. Patrick Sherrill, in a 10 minute bloodbath, killed 14 co-workers and finally him- self in Edmond, Oklahoma. In the blink of an eye, Ed- mond had suddenly become the scene of the third largest mass murder in U.S. History. The heroic quest of a plane named Voyager became headlines as Dick Ruthan and Jeana Yeager made aviation history when they flew the Voyager, a light weight twin engine plane 26,000 miles around the world without landing or refueling. The Voyager will be placed in the Smithsonian alongside such ions of airborne adventure as the Spir it of St. Louis and Yeager ' s Bell X-1, the first plane to break the sound barrier. The Holy Wars, as they 30 Current Events were called, were a mix be- tween religious scandal and a soap opera. Evangelist Jim Bakker was forced to give up his T.V. empire after Jimmy Swaggart released the news of his affair with Jessica Hahn. This led to a race between Jimmy Swaggart and Jerry Falwell to gain control of the PTL television empire. While at the same time, evangelist Oral Roberts locked himself in his prayer tower and in- formed the world that, if he didn ' t raise eight million dol- lars for his medical missionar- ies, God would " call me home " . The USS Stark was attacked accidentally by Iraq war planes, killing 37 American sailors. This added to the Iran-Contra scandal, making the year for the Reagan Ad- ministration one of stormy sailing. The entertainment world gave a break from the harsh realities of the world and even, at times, a greater un- derstanding of the world. " Moonlighting " recasts the old war of the sexes into the sassiest, snappiest, hot- test comedy on the tube. Maddie (Cybill Shepherd) and David (Bruce Willis), completely different and lu- dicrous personalities, cre- ated a well balanced comedy which even beat " The Cosbys " in the Emmy nomi- nations. Talk Wars? That was the question many were asking during the year. First was the split of Johnny Carson and Joan Rivers, creating the Joan Rivers Show. Then there were Oprah Winfrey, Jimmy Breslin and even the return of Jack Parr, who, in 1962 when he retired, said " There ' s nobody left to talk to " . Apparently times changed. Tom Cruise continued to show the entertainment in- dustry he is more than good looks and bronze by his per- formance in ' The Color of Money ' , a sequel to ' The Hustler ' . Tom Cruise has been a diverse and successful actor in all his film attempts from ' Taps ' , ' Risky Business ' , ' All the Right Moves ' to his most popular performance in ' Top Gun ' . Marlee Matlin, who played Sarah Norman in ' Children of a Lesser God ' , won an Oscar for her performance. She showed the world the life and loneliness a deaf person. She was also able to show the hearing world the part it plays in causing the deaf to feel isolated. As Crocodile Dundee, Paul Hogan, the wonder from down under brought his Australian style of comedy to the screen, giving the states an interesting interpretation of the Australian people. In music, Bon Jovi sold a record 6 million copies of his album ' Slippery When Wet ' which included such singles as " You Give Love a Bad Name " and " Livin ' on a Pray- er. " In sports, the AFC cham- pionship went to the Denver Broncos, while the NFC championship went to the New York Giants. This led to an interesting match-up for Super Bowl XXI, but in the end the victory went to the New York Giants. The Giants beat the Broncos 39-20. In boxing, Sugar Ray beat Mar- vin Hagler for the middleweight championship in Las Vegas. Dennis Connor and his crew of the Stars and Stripes won the America ' s Cup back from the Austra- lians by 1 minute and 59 sec- onds. Alysheba won the Kentucky Derby even after having stumbled at the Start of the race. In Alabama, Governor George C. Wallace annouced the end of his political ca- reer. When Wallace arrived on the University of Alabama c ampus in 1937, his total be- longings consisted of the suit he wore, a few dollars in his pocket and some odds and ends in his cardboard suit- case. This man of such a humble beginning was unaware of the destiny that was waiting for him and what a destiny it was. After graduation in 1942, he served in the Air Force until December 8, 1945. Dur- ing his military service, he married Lurleen Burns, whom he had met while he was a student at the univer- sity. In 1946, Wallace returned to Alabama where he be- came assistant attorney [ eral. A year later he elected to the Alabama legis- lature and so began the pub- lic life of George Wallace In 19 5 2, he became circuit judge of the third judicial cir- cuit court. In 1958, Wallace was a candidate tor governor but lost in the run-off. Four years later on November 6, 1962, Wallace u.h elc governor by the largest vote ever given a gubernatorial candidate in the historv of Mabama until that time. Thi . was the beginning t almost three decades of having .i Wallace as governor tur- bulent time o( i hange was gripping the old ways of the southern life, hut Wallace Current [ rnts 31 Hunt Wins!! stood behind the will of the majority of the people even when they were wrong. In this he became the living in- carnation of representative government. On April 2, 1986, due to his declining health, the most legendary governor of Ala- bama, George C. Wallace, ended his colorful political career. On November 3, 1986, after a long contraversial campaign in which the popu- lation had become disgrun- tled with the democratic po- litical machine, Guy Hunt was elected as the first Re- publican governor in 112 years. On April 17, 1987, Gover- nor Hunt allowed members of the Palladium staff to meet him and discuss his views on Alabama ' s future. Governor Hunt believes his mandate to be one of change. His administration, he said, will be strictly pro- business and pro-job. Gover- nor Hunt believes education and economic development go hand-in-hand .... " you cannot have one without an- other, " he said. He feels that " Troy State .... has done a good job (education wise). " He sees Troy State as being " vital " to Southeast Alabama. Troy State University is the main institution serving the South- east Alabama area. Governor Hunt feels an acute closeness to the youn- ger citizens of Alabama. " I don ' t think we ' ve got better ones (young people) anywhere in the country than we do right here in Ala- bama, " said Hunt. He believes that because the young citizens are on the " firing-line " they can help solve many of today ' s prob- lems. By solving these prob- lems, Alabama ' s future ap- pears to be much more optimistic than in the past. 32 Current Events CELEBRATION The Palladium presents the " Centennial Review ' a closer look at 1 00 years of Troy State University. From a small teach- ers 7 college of 80 students to a worldwide university system of 14000, Troy State University has seen a multitude of changes on the road to building a bright future. After 100 years, Troy State is looking better than ever and " The best is yet to be! " ONE HUNDRED The Centennial Re icw 33 s tit u fc t- _C a; - -o c £ = a OJ 1 1 . c .2 ■— in fO -C i. . - O T3 -O C OJ TJ C - c 3 F, ° vi OJ i_ TO « °° O T3 _Q OJ 3 o .E |l m (J qj .c c U " 3 go o b o - in -P » " X (J »- 3 Cn OJ -O -P g-2 E TO " O C - 1 1 : ' C i- ;T TO 3 S Q. 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S " o _i c C rr - — I c ? " E W w «, — — - =- 3 X - — C g - C II O " D 6j C ■- -3 C - £ oc — c 3 ■r _ - _« U i 3 " O - E » E z c -z BQ Z 3 - -c - - 5 e T3 5f 2 : E - c - - - 3 -C E 9-3 5 j 3 m 5 - 3. - v2cr: - r: _ r - r -trr - %t x. c N - t c 1 - Q mmmmmm mm imm. mmm i pp p p ' l ■ ' tffi iat ' » »4Hil 48 Features ,h«- " na " • ■ Sonya Plier Section Editor Sherri Musgrove Contributing Editor Cara [ nglish Greg Johnson Ed Mosele) Donald Norsuorths Photognphi Fejlu- The Centennial Home- coming Celebration was a week packed with memories for another 100 years. From " Paint the Town Red " Mon- day, November 3, until the last party ended Saturday night, November 7, fun and frolic was had by all. Certainly a good time was had by the football team, who won 50-30 over Univer- sity Tennessee- Martin, also enjoying the celebration was Jimma Lawson, the Centen- nial Homecoming Queen. " Paint the Town Red " Day sent TSU Band members out to the local businesses where they painted the store win- dows red and gray with ap- propriate TSU slogans. The Collegiate Singers closed out Monday with an American music program in Smith Hall. Wednesday marked the burial of the SGA time cap- sule. The time capsule is scheduled to be reopened in the year 2036, fifty years from 1986. A Centennial 5K run and the Puttin ' on the Hits. Contest were also a part of Wednesday ' s festivities. The lip sync contest was won by the group " Low Key " and " Gigolo " took the second place prize. Top Left: Two young spectators are taking in the sights at the Home- coming Parade. Bottom Left: T-Roy takes time out to pose with some Alumni Cheerleaders. Top Right: Tresa Hardin entertains a big crowd at the Centennial Ball held at the Ar- mory. Bottom Right: The SAE ' s, led by Chris McCracken, gave a grand performance at skit night to take first prize. 52 Homecoming ■A Fall Spectamlai II Homecoming 1986 u 1 1 i| Fall Spectacular 56 Homecoming The SGA Skil Nigl • ' petition wai ant rable « asion I he s VI Fra- 1 t nil-, tool the tirsl |jld • • award foi best skit 1 1 • finale of si il nigl iminK emenl of 1 1 i lomei omi ( OUI t I he Qih-iii, Jimma Lawson, .-. as s| d by ( hi ( mega. I lei co irt In- ( luded R honda sponsored by Sigma i Soundra lones b) Alpha Kappa Alpha, leannim tei by k. ippa Delta, and Mol- ly Rhodes by Trojan r sadors. The annual Tore blight Pa- rade armed in Memorial Sta- dium Friday night where the i heerleaders entertained the rowd with spirited 1 1 dnd acrobatic routines. The high point of the pep rail) was an elaborate fireworks display. On Saturday, Homecom- ing Day had arrived K hdlt time, the " Sound of the South " as well as the IM Alumni Banc) performed Following the game, ( hdn- cellor and Mrs. Ralph Adams hosted a rec eption in their home open to students ta; - ulty, alumni, and gu As Trojan support joined the celebration. Homecoming 1986 will be remembered as the i( ing on the Centennial ( ,n Top Lett The Phi Mil ' s help Jsi i elebrate its lOOth Birthda Bottom I rtt iiTinitrr Sulliva vsith a pretts smile j! the rei eption held .it the ( funcefloi I home fol- lowing the gan • Musgrove trek oith nh Mrs ■Xdams. hostess ol the post- i!jmc reception The- theme of the • ion was • ' • Belles and BeMIS Bottom R jht During ihe Trojan Ambas- sadors Laura Inman and Charlie mc h awaii the presentai Ming Qui • ocoming tPho ' s Who Amortcj Students in American Universities and Colleges Wendy Adams: Gamma Beta Phi, Beta Upsilon Sigma, Mortar Board, Data Process- ing Management Assoc, Phi Beta Lambda, vice president; Phi Gamma Nu, vice presi- dent. Rebecca Evelyn Bobo: Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, HPER, secretary; assis- tant resident director; resi- dent director, adviser to House Council; Christian Student Center; Fellowship of Christian Athletes, presi- dent; Tropolitan reporter; varsity softball team captain; intramural volleyball and bas- ketball. Sharon Reginia Bradley: Al- pha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Beta Phi, Tau Beta Sigma, alumni secretary; National Band Sorority, dis- trict chapter coordinator; Al- pha Kappa Alpha, Color Guard, Special Service Tutor. Judy Ann Brighton: Gamma Beta Phi, Music Educator ' s National Conference, Colle- giate Choir, accompanist and section leader; Madrigal Choir, accompanist, section Leader, choreographer; Tour Choir, accompanist; Per- forming Arts Scholarship; re- hearsal accompanist and pia- nist for " The Music Man " and " The New Moon " . James Ted Clem: Sigma Delta Chi, resident assistant, Cam- pus Outreach, FCA, Football. Angela Veronica Coleman: Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, secretary; Trojan Am- bassador, Pre-College Ori- entation Leader, Registration Committee, Outstanding Freshman Committee, Assis- tant Director, TSU Gospel Choir section leader, ACUB, publicity chairman; Tropoli- tan reporter. Kimberly Ann Collins: Beta Beta Beta, SGA Justice and University Committee, Ener- gy Conservation Committee, consumer chairman; Panhel- lenic Council treasurer, sec- retary; Greek Council, Alpha Delta Pi president, house chairman, sports chairman; Palladium, Tropolitan, TSU Reading Band, " Sound of the South " Marching Band, ACUB publicity chairman, intramurals. Brockton Scott Davis: Mor- tar Board, Gamma Beta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, vice- president; Alpha Lambda Delta, Arnold Air Society, ACUB, vice-chairman; Resi- dent Director, intramurals. 58 Who ' s Who Robert Lee Davis: Mortar Board, Omicron Kappa Del- ta, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Alpha Theta, vice president; Alpha Lambda Delta, vice presi- dent; Phi Eta Sigma, SNEA, SAEA; Marching Band, co- section leader; Concert Band, Jazz Band, Vocalist, Opera Workshop Produc- tions, Symphonic Band, President ' s List, Dean ' s List. Thomas Leroy Dugosh: Al- pha Lambda Delta, FCA, Catholic Campus Ministry, Phi Mu Big Brother, Football, GSC All-Academic Team. Rebeca Feria: Alph.t Lambda Delta, historian; Phi [ ta Sib- eria, Alpha Lamda Delta ' s Outstanding Freshman Award 1984, Pr c-Mi-du al- Health Allied Club, Air Force ROTC, Cadet Airman; Assistant Director; Panhel- lenic Council, treasurer; Al- pha Gamma Delta; ISCO, vice president; University Danc- ers; intramurals. Diane Carol Ficke: Arnold Air So iety Public Affairs Commander, Mortar Board, Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Alpha Theta, president; Tropohtan c artoonist, isc o se retar) vice president; afrotc. Charles H. Finch: Mortar Board, communications chairman; Omicron Delta Kappa; Delta Sigma Pi, vice president; Trojan Ambassa- dor, treasurer; Young Re- publicans; SGA senator; Wesley Foundation, newslet- ter editor; Sigma Chi little sis- ter chairman, chapter editor; Alpha Delta Pi King of Dia- monds; Palladium editor-in chief, associate editor; Stu- dent Publications Board; Wesley Singers; President ' s List; Ingall ' s Award Commit- tee. Julie Anne Forrester: Mortar Board, Gamma Beta Phi, Sig- ma Delta Chi, president; An- gel Flight, SGA senator, Pan- hellenic Council, secretary; Alpha Gamma Delta, vice president; Lambda Chi Alpha little sister, WTSU-TV an- chor, Trojan Talk interview- er; Trojan Hostess; ACUB; Advertising Club; ROTC. Rhonda Michelle Gunter Gamma Beta Phi, Beta Beta Beta, Phi Mu, corresponding secretary, executive board; Sigma Chi Little Sister; Fea- ture Twirler; Homecoming Court, President ' s List Dean ' s List. Judith Hudson-Seneeal Gamma Beta Phi, Kappa Del- ta Pi, ACL, SM VSCEC Im president. ho | ho 59 IDho ' s tPho Amoncj Universities Krista Dawn Inman: Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Beta Phi, Beta Beta Beta, ACEI, TSU Cheer- leader, Pre-College Orienta- tion Leader, Alpha Gamma Delta, treasurer; Sigma Chi Little Sister; intramurals. • + i; ,4k 1 1 ' • ' ' V2 li! t Brenda Joyce Keeton: Alpha Lambda Delta, TSU Art Guild president, vice president. Michael Angelo James: Al- pha Lambda Delta, news ad- visor, Jr. advisor; Phi Eta Sig- ma, induction treasurer; Gamma Beta Phi, president; Phi Alpha Theta, AFRO Club chaplain; SGA vice presi- dent, president; BSU, Cam- pus Outreach disciple, Delta Sigma Theta Sweetheart, Resident Assistant, Colle- giate Singers, Gospel Choir president; Dean ' s List. Students in American and Colleges Jason Freeman Jones: Mor- tar Board, treasurer; Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Del- ta, Beta Beta Beta, Pre- Med Allied Health Club, " T " Club, SGA budget direc- tor, IFC, Pi Kappa Phi, trea- surer; Palladium, Intramurals, Pre-College Orientation Leader. Soundra Denaise Jones: Al- pha Phi Sigma, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Delta Chi, Trojan Trackettes, AFRO Club, Alpha Kappa Alpha, dean of pledges, secretary; TSU Gospel Choir; Home- coming Court. Bertram F. Kelly III: Gamma Beta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Trojan Ambassadors, Delta Chi Fraternity, " Sound of the South " band presi- dent, vice president; ACUB film chairman. Phyllis Riley Ledbetter: Gamma Beta Phi, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta Pi, Stu- dent Council for Exceptional Children, Alabama Associ- ation of Teacher Education, Special Olympics volunteer. John Wiley Lott: Phi Alpha Theta, Young Republicans, president; Sigma Chi Frater- nity. 60 Who ' s Who Michelle Lynn McDowell: Gamma Beta Phi, DPMA, Al- pha Gamma Delta, house chairman; Lambda Chi Alpha little sister; " Sound of the South " majorette; Trojan Hostess. Keith Alan Morgan: Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Del- ta, Mortar Board secretary; SGA senator, executive assis- tant; Pi Kappa Phi historian, secretary, vice archon; Pre- College Orientation Leader. Leslie Allyson Mullins Gam- ma Beta Phi, Student Nurses Association, Christian Stu- dent C enter se( r etary, Kappa Delta assistant treasui - er , magazine chair ma n ; " Sound of the South " major- ette, Trackettes vice presi- dent. Amanda rorbes ObCf Alpha I ambda l )elta ice pr Gamin.i Beta Phi, Sigma i • ' ■ Chi, Catholh IS Minis- try Ass m iation, Alpha Gam- ma Delta so ial i hairman P Kappa Phi little sister , Madri- gal Singers, Collegiate dinn- ers, t si Dr. mi,) Prodiu tions, 1986 Miss TSL, Trojan bassadors, I si -! . Debra Ann Porrett: Ameri- can Advertising Club, presi- dent; Tropolitan advertising; Jess Jordan Scholarship. Jeannine Louise Porter: Al- pha Lambda Delta; Square Root of C Math Club secre- tary; Trojan Ambassador; Episcopal Cantebury Club; Kappa Delta sorority presi- dent, treasurer; Homecom- ing Court; intramurals. Sharon Lynn Reed: Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Mu Ritual Chairman, TSU Cheerleader, intramurals. Cynthia Lee Seymour Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, Sigma Alpha Iota pi dent, corresponding n tary; Marching Band. Band Council. 61 IDho ' s tPho Amonc Students in American Universities and Colleges Ben Allen Smith: Gamma Beta Phi, Medical Pre-Pro- fessional Society vice presi- dent, Trojan Ambassador, SGA senator, Sigma Chi scholarship chairman; intra- murals. Rebecca Starr Spivey: Gam- ma Beta Phi, Sigma Tau Delta, Student Art Guild, ISCO, Cantebury Club, FCA, Tro- politan copy editor; Ingall ' s Award Committee. Timothy Lee Spraggins: Al- pha Lamda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, Mortar Board, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Phi Mu Al- pha Music Fraternity secre- tary, MENC, Kappa Delta Pi, Marching Band section lead- er; Symphony Band, Sym- phonic Band, Opera Work- shop Orchestra, Collegiate Singers Orchestra, Collegiate Singers. Anita Gwen Stone: Gamma Beta Phi, ACUB union pro- gramming; Jr. Panhellenic Representative, Alpha Gam- ma Delta treasurer; Pi Kappa Phi little sister, Trojan Hos- tess. Virginia Kay Street: Mortar Board project director; Al- pha Lamda Delta, SGA sena- tor, Kappa Delta pledge class president, membership chairman. Delain White: Kappa Delta Pi, Gamma Beta Phi, ACEI, AACE, AATE, NCATE, Mem- ber of Student Advisory Committee for ECE Learning Center. Terry Carlos Wilhite: Sigma Delta Chi, WTSU-TV News Director, Dean ' s Honor List. Tracey Diane Woodham: Gamma Beta Phi treasurer; Kappa Delta Pi, Mortar Board assisting secretary; Sigma Al- pha lota secretary; Resident Director, ACEI, Trojan Am- bassadors, Collegiate Singers. 62 Who ' s Who Leslie Rae Carroll: Omicron Delta Kappa; Beta Upsilon Sigma; Alpha Lambda Delta, historian, Sr. advisor; Phi Beta Lambda; Trojan Hostess; TSU Publications Board; Gradu- ation Planning Committee; Alpha Gamma Delta, treasur- er, social chairman, Palla- dium associate editor. William C. Clark: Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Beta Phi; SNEA; HPER Club; Tri Beta; Young Democrats SGA. senator; Delta Chi Fra- ternity; Intramural Sports; Recipient of George C. Wal- lace Leadership Academic Scholarhip. Karen Marie Cline Alpha Psi Sigma; Gamma Beta Phi; Lambda Alpha l psilon, trea- surer and president; Adams ( entei Union Board; House Council, vice-president; Lady Trojans Volleyball man- ager; Intramurals. Anne Bolts C ravdev dent s i isi Angela Gwen Farmer ma Beta Phi; Si ma Mpha ma, Vi e-President; ( hristian Student ( i Ingalls Award Commit 1 ' James Robert Fletcher, Jr.: David Wayne Grimes: Sigma Paul Clifford Matthews: Chari Meacham Mc elle Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Beta Lambda president; Dean ' s Student Advisory Council; SGA senator; Intramural soft- ball. Delta Chi membership chair- man, president; SGA senator, traffic appeals committee; Student Activities Coordina- tor for Mens Residence; Sig- ma Chi Little Sister Chair- man, Miss Fall Rush Chairman, Derby Darling Chairman. Gamma Beta Phi; Mortar Board; Phi Alpha Theta se - retary; BSU; Resident Assis- tant; Intramurals. Alpha Lambda Delta, M( Board; Phi Kappa Phi; Chi Al- pha. Beverly Mina Moreno: Gam- ma Beta Phi; Phi Gamma Nu; School of Business Dean ' s Advisory Council; SGA sena- tor; TSU Productions; TSU Debate and Forensics Team; Recipient of TSU Foundation Forensic Scholarship. Angela Ann Overstreet: Al- pha Lambda Delta secretary; Omicron Delta Kappa; Gam- ma Beta Phi; Phi Beta Lamb- da; ACUB secretary, chair- man; Student Publications Board; Traffic Appeals Chair- man; Chi Omega Sorority as- sistant secretary, vocations chairman. Nancy Mare e Polish: Gam- ma Beta Phi; Mortar Board; Omicron Delta Kappa; Kappa Delta Pi; AATE; ACEI; Alpha Gamma Delta public- ity Chairman, president; Tro- jan Hostess; Trojan Ambass- adors. Tami McCray Reid Mortar Board historian; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Epsilon Rho; Sigma Delta Chi; Alpha Psi Omega; Trojan Ambassa- dors; Angel Flight, Alpha Delta Pi Pledge Class Song- leader; Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister.W TSl -T eather Girl; Collegiate Singers; Pied Pipers; Debate Forensics Team; TSU Pro- ductions. Shari Grenae Sasser: Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Delta song leader; Collegiate Singers; Madrigal Singers; Miss Venus; Miss TSU 2nd runner-up. Rebecca Swanton: Mortar Edward Collin Tamasovich Board; Gamma Beta Phi; Al- Gamma Beta Phi; Dean ' s List; pha Lambda Delta; Phi Eta Admissions for School of Sigma; Student Nurses Asso- Nursing; US Army Reserves ciation president; Nursing instructor. Curriculum Committee. James Louis Wyatt: OmU run Delta Kappa president. Tro- jan Ambassador president, vice president, Alpha Lamb- da Delta, Gamma Beta Phi. I nergy Conser ation Com- mittee, " 1987 Mr. Gr. Student Government sena- tor. Alpha Gamma Delta big brother si ma Chi Fraternity rep. at large vi e president, president, TSU baseball, in- tramurals. Who .Who 63 Ingalls Award The recipient of the 1987 Ingalls Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching, the highest honor a Troy State University faculty member can receive, was Dr. Thomas Ratcliffe. Dr. Ratcliffe, Chair- man of the Accounting De- partment, has taught under- graduate accounting classes since 1986, when he re- turned to his Alma Mater. After graduating from Troy State University in 1973, he attended the University of Alabama. There Ratcliffe re- ceived his Master ' s Degree and PhD. The Ingalls Award consists of $1000 and a plaque pre- sented by the Ingalls Founda- tion located in Birmingham. The Foundation supports quality teaching in colleges and universities. Composing the selection committee is a group of stu- dents each representing his own academic discipline. The members select the re- cipient through a series of lengthy meetings, narrowing the many applicants to only three or four finalists. Then, after the finalists are ob- served in their classrooms by the committee members, one finalist is chosen. The choice is often very difficult because of the outstanding finalists. 64 Ingalls Award Algernon Sidney Sullivan Award Charles H. Fine h Mrs . [ tru h of Lynn H. I Li, is «! well-ro ndi- V idual with hi h go.t himself. One nominator " Finch typifies . ' .hat t his award is all about r ) • outstanding student and equalK outstanding young man. " Top: Mr. James O ' Neal, committee chairman (far left), and Dr. Adams with Charles Finch and family mem- bers. Bottom: Mrs. Mary with famiK members and Dr. Adams Mrs. Jean Q. Mary the well- deserving recipient of the Algernon S i d n e Sullivan • ard, was said to be a friend at all times, happy or sad. One nominator said, " . . . her unselfish dedication to per- sonal and professional ser- vice has established a con- stant source of inspiration to others. " Algernon Sidney S llisan S5 M1IS1 Talent, good looks, per- sonality, and success in scholarship characterize a special group of ladies who come to Troy State. These la- dies, State Jr. Misses, are of- fered scholarships to TSU in reward for their accomplish- ments. Junior Misses play an active role in many campus activi- ties and organizations such as Pied Pipers, Trojan Ambassa- dors, TSU Drama Produc- tions, and the Miss TSU Pag- eant. Often times these ladies rise to leadership posi- tions on campus. Amanda Ober, New Hampshire Row One: Gina Bentkowski, Amanda Ober, Chancellor Ralph Adams, Rebecca Feria and Tammy Wood. Row Two: Jennifer Adkinson, Dotty Jo Brown, Elizabeth Williams, Tarita Brown and Kim Kelley. Jennifer Adkinson, Colorado Tammy Wood, Virginia Tarita Brown, Vermont 66 Junior Misses lop KiK " l ISI .iikI ' . .ai| during th«- • Home on ■ • Center Ri ht Clna E Hj lunioi Mh% ' tt h Miss (jll Rush Crnlrt left i) ( )it. |o Browi ing the M ' ' ' Bot- tom Middle T.imrr.v V. Virginia ' s lunioi Miss is named the winner the Pi Kappa Phi Bunny Contest 1 Dotty Jo Brown, Georgia Kim Kelle) Montana lunior Misses 67 Honors Convocation Congratulations go out to the students who received awards for their academic and leadership achieve- ments. These students were recognized for their achievements during the 1987 Honors Convocation held on Thursday, May 14, 1987. Visiting the University to speak during the convoca- tion ceremony was C. North- cote Parkinson. Parkinson, a world-renowned British his- torian and author of many significant laws, revealed a new law during the centen- nial convocation, which proved to be a historical event for TSU. The awards received at Honors Convocation in- clude: Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honor Gra- duate, John Mark Martin; Sigma Tau Delta, Sonya Leigh King; Bernard E. Wi- liams Award for Excellence in English, Wendy Kaye Odom Zessin; Phi Alpha Theta Scholastic Award, Verlie Catherine Jacobs; Vir- gil L. Collins Mathematics Award, Stephanie Dawn Sanders; Alabama Society of CPA ' s Accounting Achieve- ment Award, Wendy Marie Adams; Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key, Wendy Marie Adams; Phi Gamma Nu Scholarship Key, Cindy Tew Peel; Wall Street Journal Student Achievement Award, Thomas Leroy Du- gosh; The Tex Whaley Assos- ciation of Childhood Educa- tion Award, Yvon Brantley Culpepper; The Eulene Hawkins Social Work Award, Angela Gwen Farm- er; Health, Physical Educa- tion and Recreation Aca- demic Honor Award, Shannon Dee Driver; Psi Chi Award, Jimmie S. Woodham; W.P. Lewis Outstanding Ju- nior in Education Award, Anita Cromer Chappell; R.H. Erwin Outstanding Senior in Education Award, Geneieve Blizzard William- son; Sigma Alpha lota Honor Certifi cate, Teresa Riley Sims; Music Department Outstanding Senior Award, Timothy L. Spraggins; Art and Classics Award for Scholarship and Leadership, Brenda Keeton; Alpha Psi Omega Scholastic Award, Patrick Lee Hall; Outstanding Graduate in Journalism, Charles H. Finch; School of Nursing: Georgia Irene Gill Davis Memorial Award, Ka- ren Jean Hill Kline; The James Burns Clements Award, Charles Michael El- more; The Sorrell Award, Ja- nice Marie DeHaye; Alpha Lambda Delta Outstanding Freshman Award, Dykes Tay- lor Rushing, Jr.; International Studies Scholarship to Ox- ford University, Amy M. Meacham; International Studies Scholarship to Ox- ford University, Robert Lee Davis; Ralph W. Adams Leader of the Year Award, Charles H. Finch; Phi Kappa Phi Scholastic Award, Shelia Lashley; Faye Ellis Memorial Award, Charles H. Finch; Eric Rodgers Phi Beta Kappa As- sosciation Award, Chari Meacham McNelley; Pan- hellenic Scholarship Award, Alpha Gamma Delta sorority; Intrafraternity Scholastic Award, Sigma Pi fraternity. 68 Honors Convocation " Next to the gradu- ation ceremony, Hon- ors Convocation is the most important event TSU has all year. " Dr. Ralph Adams ( m 1 Opposite Page: Bottom Left: The Georgia Irene Gill Davis Memorial Award was presented to Karen Kline by Dr. Amanda Baker Bottom Right: Presenting the s iu; n . Delta ■ ward to Soma King «as Dr ' nn light This Page: Top: nn Meachafl tOWe d the Alpha lambda Delta Out- standing Avsard tO Tasini Ru Center left: ( harlir Fimh H tented the Outstanding Graduate in Journalism Assard b M Binkestei Center Right: s» .mnon Dee Drfvei «.i award d the Health. Ph su al I dm stkxi and R Scademh I wardb) Ms loan Sr«mjn Bottom Lelt: The Phi kappa Ph. 5 sonted to Shelia lashles bs Dr Anna Smith 69 Honors Convocation 70 Honors Convocation Opposite Page: Top: Angela Farmer was presented The Eulene Hawkins Social Work Award by Ms. Peggy Pippin Bottom Left: Northcote C. Parkinson, British Historian and Au- thor, was the distinguished speaker for the 1987 Honors Convocation. Bottom Right: Dr. Cooper present- ed the Bernard E. Williams Award for Excellence in English to Wendv Odom Zessin. This Page: Top Left: Dr Anna Smith presented the Psi Chi Award to |im- mie S. Woodham Top Right: Wen dy Adams was presented The Ala- bama Society of CPAs Accounting Achievement fward by Mr lee Daniel Bottom Left: Dr. )oasenell McCoy bestowed The lev Whale) Assosciation of Childhood Educa- tion Award to Yvon Brantles Cul- pepper Bottom Right: Sigma Mpha lota Honor Certificate W»i present- ed to Teresa Riles Sim In Dr John M. Long Miss TSU Paqeanl |fl REVIEW The 1987 Miss TSU Pag- eant started on Friday, Feb- ruary 20 at 12:00 p.m., when each contestant was privately interviewed by the judges. Friday night was the prelimi- nary talent competition, with all 27 contestants performing their talent for the judges and the audience in Smith Hall. Performances included singing, dancing, instrumen- tal and acting. Saturday, February 21, was also filled with much activity. Starting at l:30, all the former Miss TSU ' s gathered for a luncheon in their honor and later rehearsed their number for the evening. Later that afternoon, the Miss TSU 1987 contestants were judged on their ap- pearance in both swimsuit and evening gowns. These competitions were closed to the public. Saturday night was the main event of the pageant. The emcee, Bob Howell, a TSU graduate and WSFA-TV news director, hosted the pageant for the 11th year. Howell introduced each contestant during the open- ing number which was per- formed to the music of the popular hit by Lionel Richie, " Dancing on the Ceiling " . Each contestant concealed her eyes behind a mask which added glamour to the number. Also, escorts dressed in tuxedos and masks were on the stage to provide assistance for the contestants when they ascended the stage. Immediately following the opening number was a ball- room dance number featur- ing Miss Ober, 1986 Miss TSU, and Scott Quisenberry. A special feature of the 1987 pageant was a review of former Miss TSU ' s. Eleven la- dies were present to take part in this special Centen- nial event. Each gave a brief summary of her life since she attended Troy State Univer- sity, while her photograph, made during her reigning 72 Miss TSU year as Miss TSU, was shown on a stage screen. For the first time in the pageant ' s 16 year history, 11 contestants were selected as semi-finalists. The top 11 were Lisa Lewis, Jennifer Ad- kinson, Dorothy Jo Brown, Jennifer Sullivan, Elizabeth Fowler, Angela Ramsey, Katherine Stone, Tanna Co- leman, Melanie Thompson, Leslie Fuller, and Laura Bene- field. In addition, there were three ladies who did not make the final round but se- lected to perform their tal- ent again. They were Daun Long, Kelley Price, and Sherri Musgrove. These three con- testants performed their tal- ent later during the pageant, (continued page 77) This Page: Top Right: The Miss TSU stage crew takes time to pose for the camera. Center Right: Martha Jane Steele performs her unique talent of juggling. Bottom Right: Sherri Mus- grove performs her ballet routine that was one of the three non-finalist talent call backs. Opposite Page: Top Left: Daun Long, one of the three talent ca back, performs her vocal presenta- tion. Top Right: Kelley Price sings " Can ' t Help Loving That Man, " as a talent call back. Bottom Left: Aman- da Ober and Scott Quisenberry per- form their dance in the opening number of the 1987 Miss TSU Pag- eant. ■+ I ■ I 74 4 { ■ • ' - 1 MISS TSl I )S7 Laura I mm li I I x A [ ntei (aim made t i SI stud) with lead • " ( .ths! [}.ifwi t urn- other men I the band v rr«- J.isori (,f., ( . Herrings Dann) . ' . s ( ott yielding and Ri t . Ba- As winner oi the 1487 Miss TSU title, Laur.i Benefield presented H ious functions throughout the jrea. She ab ed iro, State In the Miss Mj- bama Pageant held In Bir- mingham in Jur • Oppositr Pj frTop Left. Contes- tants, Shelley Amison and Kim Core, flirt vMth the Midience using their masks during the opening number. Bottom Left Amanda Ober, 1986 Miss T S| ., - ..,■•. ints at a tea honoring them, given by Mrs fd- ams. Bottom Right Contestants smile big for the judges during the preliminary evening gown competi- tion. Thi- Pige: Ton Ri$hr M a tea hon- oring the tormer Miss Ts ,. Chan- cellor Adams poses with Brenda Thurmond Smith. tf ■ to attend the Miss Alabama Pageant ■■ r One final glance at all for- ■ • vv Ts s BoftOMI Lctr The 11 finalists that mi M histors smile proudK for the |udges Sof- fom Righr Jennifer Adkmson com- pletes her iolin performance MtaTSU 77 MISS TSU FINALISTS First Runner-Up Joonne Srone Second Runner-Up Leslie Fuller 78 Miss TSU Third Runner-Up Meloni Thompson Fourrh Runner-Up Tonno Coleman Wwut «pr b» Cart fnftnh and Cr«« tormton - - .-• -j--» ' - J j fc - a. i ' . .- ' X.-,:.w.-. v- , ' v---- ' •-■-■■ •--?.V, i r f « ' ' »r » i «- 80 Creeks 1 cigh Golden Section Editor Cara English Greg Johnson Ed Mosele) Donald Norswortrn Photograph • v 81 G«i 83 Above: Lisa Nelson and Carla Price wait for Squeal Day to begin. Below: Scott Steele and Rob White shuck oysters for an oyster bar theme par- ty. Opposite page upper left: Ru- shees Kim Bell, Monica Anderson, Ellen Stevens, Ellie Jane Sharpe, Les- lie Fuller, and Leslie Anne Jones run to the quad on Squeal Day. Upper right: Scott Gilbert talks with a ru- shee about Greek life. Lower left: Phillip Gilley listens to Ray Steven ' s questions about rush. 84 Rush I Rush for fraternities and sororities means getting new brothers or sisters. For po- tential rushees, Rush offers the opportunity for joining a fraternity or sorority. For women desiring to en- ter the Greek system at Troy State University, Rush takes place a week before fall quar- ter begins. For that week, ru- shees attend parties given by each sorority and decide which is their favorite. Soror- ity women meet and talk with the rushees and also choose their favorities. At the end of the week, the ru- shees are paired with the so- rorities so that both are placed with their top choices. Fraternites hold Rush at ' the beginning of fall, winter, and spring quarters for men wishing to join a fraternities Young men may visit the fra- ternities during the evenings of rush week, and during these rush parties, fraterni- ties otter young men bids or opportunities to join the or- ganization. For both women and men, Rush offers the opportunity to become part of the Creek system. Greek life provides strong friendships, opportu- nities to become active in other campus organizations, motivation to achieve high scholarship, as well as social activities. For any yount man of woman, Rush is the per- fect opportunitv to make college life even more e it- ing. Rush 85 86 Rush = WHi lA ' w ••■ ffli ( fPT. 1 v 7 2.1 1 I J V m i i k 1 42 i ' i ■ I M i i A £ J 1 Upper left: Miss Sigma Chi fall rush, Gena Bentowski, and her court from left to right Felicia Pierce, Ellie lane Sharpe, Danna Kay Raulerson. Kim Hybl. Upper right Kim McVa .ind Lisa Smilie perform in a lip sync show at a fraternity rush parts Lower left Paul Brukett talks to a rusher Lower right - dee Hughes. Carolvn Tratr- and Tamn . r a picture between rusl Rush 87 Alpha Delta Pi Top: Row One: Lori Voyles, Tracy Thrash, Kim Woodham, Alyson Keel, Beverly Aland, Lynn Allen, Ju- lie Brewster, Gayle Luhmann, Susan Pynes, Shelia Gartman, JoAnna Ready, Michelle Fivian, Jennifer King, Patti McFillen, Jessica Sullivan, Traci Baker, Amy Pofahl, and Kim Kelley. Row Two: Deanna Olive, Scarlett Travis, Jennifer Panton, Lisa Sprague, Anna Cullen, Tracy Lamb, Molly Trombetta, Margo Travis, Eliz- abeth Fowler, Meloni Thompson, Kim Collins, Lisa Taylor, Michelle Smart, Michelle Lemker, and Karo Wells. Bottom Left: Lisa Moran and Meloni Thompson carry ADPi ' homecoming banner. Bottom Right: Big Brothers: Row One: Kelvin Maddox, Michael Ledbetter, Glenn Spengler, Alan Rudd, Lang Thomp- son, Wayne Martin. Row Two: Pat Smith, Riley Green, Jay Bickel, Bil Hibbard, Chuck Norris, Robert Guy- ton, Bryan Wallace, Dave Britton. itfSPVt % ««•». 88 Alpha Delta Pi 4fw I psilon Kappa ( haptei of Alpha Delta Pi v%. is estab- lished on rroy State ' s am pus in 1966. Ihts yeai DPi elebrated its twentieth an- niversary with an open house and luncheon for alumnae, a tive sisters, and pledges. ADPi has had a very busy year filled with fundraisers, intramural sports, pledge swaps, TSU ball games, big brother parties, initiations, parent ' s weekend, and other activities. ADPi was especial- ly proud to win Greek Week this year, which is the biggest event for the Greek system. Alpha Delta Pi is more than just a lot of fun times, howev- er. It is true friendship and everlasting sisterhood. As the motto says: " We live for each other! " - ■ ■ C har ! • mis tournament H nnht ' i fall quar- ti-r jiri Mph Delta P. 89 Alpha Gamma Dclta Top: Row One: Kenny Hughes, Carolyn Trathowen, Dewayne Har- rington, AnneMarie Bell, Mary Ivy, Linda Lee, Sean Peters, Joanne Stone, Kim Bell, Michelle Aderholt and Reid Richard. Row Two: Lisa Pennington, Becky Bowes, Michelle Smith, Sol Tepper, Suzzane Kopf, Tammy Grover, Julie Forrester, Lauri Lowery, Carmi Lowery, Susan McWhorter and Susan Miller. Row Three: J. Floyd, Jerilyn Cassidy, Cinda Clingenpeel, Beth Till, Ally- son Lott, Angela Wilkerson, Elliejane Sharpe, Beth Sumner, Maria Dun- can, Lynn Smith and Michelle Wat- son. Row Four: Debra Rouse, Wen- dy Lanham, Susan Peevy, Kim McVay, Nikki Stephens, Sherri Ken- nett, Emily Polish, Steve Wakefield and Jeff Kervin. Row Five: Cathy Turberville, SaraKate Gibbs, Elaine Cox, Leigh Golden, Shannon Stew- art, Monica Anderson, Ellen Ste- vens, Marie Bush, Kathy Harkins, Leslie Fuller, Amanda Ober, Jim Wy- att and Jill Meece. Bottom Left: Sweetheart, Todd Hutsko. Bottom Right: Krista Inman, Tammy Grover, Suzzane Kopf and Julie Forrester so- cialize at a fraternity party. f 90 Alpha Gamma Delta The Gamma Sigma chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta had an excellent Centennial year. Sisters were active in a vari- ety of settings on campus. Some were pagaent winners, some were 4 point scholars, and others were athletic champions. During the year, sisters held memberships and offices in organizations such as Mortar Board, ODK, Trojan Ambassadors, and ACUB. Many sisters were also honored to serve as fra- ternity little sisters The highlight of the year for the AGDs was donating $4,000 dollars to the luvenile Diabetes Foundation. The Gamma Sigmas continued with high standards of e ( el- lence in scholarship, athlet- ics, beauty, and sisterhood throughout the ear. Top Left: Tammv Gro er huw: little sister, Danna Ka Raulerson. Top Ri ht The A(,IH Rep tor the firM timo at a show held on ampus Bottom: Carol n Trathowcn and ( .irnc C likas part at the Alpha Gam fund raisei Mpha Gamma Delta 91 Alpha Kappa Alpha Top: Row One: John Murdock, Al- vin Leaks, Eric, Bend. Row Two: Denise Dunbar, Edna Raybon, Pearla Williams, Tammy Freeman, Sharon Bradley, Dawn Gordon, Alma Fergu- son. Row Three: Cassaundra Junius, Andrew Sewell, Angela Coleman, and Anthony Sewell. Bottom Left: Sweethearts, Andrew Sewell, Alvin Sewell, Eric Bend, John Murdock, Anthony Sewell. Bottom Right: Row One: Edna Raybon, Tammy Free- man, Pearla Williams, Cassaundra Junius. Row Two: Alma Ferguson, Dawn Gordon, Sharon Bradley, An- gela Coleman, and Denise Dunbar. - " TK ? % $$ m$ 92 Alpha Kappa Alpha IS Alpha Kappa Mpha Soror- ity . Inc , is the oldest ( ,reek Iciicr sorority founded b) black women. The Mn Alpha ( haptei of AKA been on Troy State I rmersity t am- pus since 1978. The women of AKA are a live On ( .impus and strive c.k h ]ii.irter for academic excellence. AKA ' s also give much support to Troy State University ' s Creek system. Top: Denise Dunbar announces the models at AKA ' s fall fashion show. Bottom: Karen Smaw, Tomeka Cal- well, and Sonja Vaughn participate in AKA ' s World Food Day can drive. Mpha kappa Mph, Chi Omec a Top: Row One: Paige Rucker, Tina Lockett, Felecia Pierce, Sherri King, Shannon Canova, Debbie Blair, Dar- lene Hutchinson, Kim Newton, Beth Moulton and Becky Phinney. Row Two: Laura Schunk, Joetta Nanchac, Debbie McGill, Lori Funk, Kim Howell, Susan Duff, Veronica Bene- field, Beth Donaldson, Mary Anne Moncrief, Laura Tansey, Julie Mead- ows, LaRae Gatlin and Rachel John- son. Row Three: Suzanne Steele, Robin Barber, Roxanne Ellsworth, Shelly Amison, Jodie Roy, Lisa Boutwell, Julie Wilson and Pam McEwan. Row Four: Meredith Mor- gan, Rhonda Chism, Karen Smith, Allison Abercrombie, Kelley Price, Barbara Hayes, Tina Jackson, Julie Thorpe, and Amy Shoquist. Row Five: Jennifer Staplin, Melissa Min- cey, Kris Corte, Jan Kuntz, Karmen Madden and Stacy Adkinson. Bot- tom Left: The Chi Omega sisters ride on a float during the Homecoming parade. Bottom Right: Beth Donald- son and Rhonda Chism have fun at a pledge swap. 94 Chi Omega Chi Omega had an excel- lent year. Fall began with a successful rush. Chi Omega pledges and sisters enjoyed pledge swaps and intramural volleyball, During winter quarter, Chi Omega excelled in intramural basketball. Spring quarter brought Greek Week and Derby for the Chi Omegas, in which the Chi O ' s won the most contributions trophy. Many sisters serve in other campus organizations such as SGA, fraternity little sister groups, and honor societies. Chi Omegas were proud to have sister Jimma Lawson elected as Homecoming Queen for the Centennial year. Chi Omega enjoyed a successful yet at Troy State University. Top Left: The Chi Omega support their sisters during the C, field events. Top flight Two Chi Os arr the soront ' «. banner during the honici oming p.r Bottom: Shannon Cannova partici- pates in .m iii band Chi Omega 95 Delta Chi Top: Row One: Donna Watson, Me- gan Spann, Shelley Amison, Lisa Boutwell, Paige Rucker, Roxanne Ellsworth, Felicia Peirce, Pat Smith, Lee Simmons and John Lovett. Row Two: Chuck Boggs, Kelli Key, Deb- bie Blair, Karen Higdon, Jimma Law- son, Cammy Smith, Sherrie Kelly, Margie Bonn, Tracey Baker, Sharron White, Tobey Smith and Wayne Martin. Row Three: Larry Crisp, Jeff Long, Gary Kelley, Bert Kelly, Mike McCollough, Jeff Tabler, Chip Vice, Paul Davis, Dale Lunn, Patrick Meeks, Tim Dyes, Daniel Dwyer, Joey Knight, Alvin Boshel, Brad McDowell, Rusty Plant, Josh Sauls and Ray Stevens. Row Four: Robert Wagner, Mike Maddox, Chris Moore, Mike Cutruzzula, Danny Ed- wards, Phillip Gilley, Wade Adams and Bill Fleming. Bottom Left: Little Sisters: Row One: Debbie Blair, Shelley Amison, Lisa Boutwell, Paige Rucker, Jimma Lawson, Donna Wat- son and Kelli Key. Row Two: Tracy Baker, Sherry Kelley, Felicia Pierce, Karen Higdon, Cammy Smith and Megan Spann. Row Three: Roxanne Ellsworth, Margie Bonn, Tobey Smith, Lee Simmons and Sharron White. Bottom Right: The DCs have fun in the Homecoming parade. DELTA CHI 96 Delta Chi The Delta Chis had a fan- tastic year at Troy State. Fi- nally paying off the mortgage on their house, the brothers became the first fraternity on Troy ' s campus to own their house. A new stereo system was also purchased for the house. During the year, the Delta Chis went on their annual winter ski trip and on their yearly beach party. On cam- pus, brothers served in SGA, in ROTC, in sorority big brother programs, and in in- tramural sports. The year was truly wonderful for the DCs. Top Left: Chillm out at the DC house Top Riiiht Wade dams en- tert.nns a guesl at a Delta Chi partv Bottom: Dale Lunn ; I pic- ture with friends during a DC spring rush pjrts Delta Ch Delta Sicjma Oieta Top: Row One: Pamela Shelby, Sharon Bell, Marilyn Fitzpatrick, Re- gina Culley and Elisa Jarmon. Row Two: Christopher Anderson, Char- mine Griffin, Jonathan Bradford, Kyna McCall, Aruna Matthews, Gwen Ellis, Darryl Hall, Debbie Thomas, Terance Manly, Michelle Terell and Michael Angelo James. Bottom: Delta Love Michael-Angelo James makes his Deltas proud. 98 Delta Sigma Theta The Nu I h«-t. i (I. Delta s iv i had .1 1 . « . 1 r - s alwa . terssi tor high standards ol ex el- lew »■ in sisterhood ■ holar- ship, and Greek relai I In- sen k c oriented remained live in us nursing home pr o|r ' stepped in ( ireek show s and were a ti - .ill yeai long The year proved to tx cllcni for the Deltas Growth and continued ( ellence marked the yeai tor the Nu Thet.i ( h.iptcr ot Del- ta Sigma Th Top: The sisters of Delta Si ma Theta are Charmine Griffin, Sharon Bell, Marilyn Fitzpatrick, Gwen Ellis, Mi- chelle Terrell, Pamela Shelby, Kyna McCall, Debbie Thomas, Retina Gulley and Elisa larmon. Bottom Delta Loves, Christopher Anderson, Michael-Angelo James. Tcr.incc Manly, Jonathan Bradford, Aruna Matthews and Darryl Hall . na Theta 99 Kappa Alpha Pst Top: The brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi pose with president James Davis before a Creek show. Bottom: The steppers of Kappa Alpha Psi are in Row One; Anthony Brown, Eddie Horn and James Davis. In Row Two; Kurt Thomas, Bernard Weston and Alfonso Crawford, and in Row Three; Jerry Taylor, Troy Williams and Darris Edge. 100 Kappa Alpha Psi The brothers o( the I heta Phi ( haptei t k.i|)| .i Mpha Psi had anothei banrtei eai a 1 Troy State University Brothers ex elled in univer- sity athletics and Greek events. Greek shows and steppin ' were also extra-cir- iK ulai a tivities tor tin- K .ip - pas. Hours were spent per- fe ting the step rythmns. During the year, brothers st rove for excellence in brotherhood and scholar- ship. The Kappas also gave their total support to Troy State ' s Greek system. The brotherhood of Kappa Alpha Psi continued to be strong as always. ! [) I ' -. itep Bottom Left pool ' or the I duf- KiK (,f.-.-t iVeel Botton k yf i nard ' . " . Mph Psi publh hand sign during t sirp- liinn e • Kappj Mpha Psi 101 " Kappa Delta Top: Row One: Beth Lewis, Jenelle Helms, Cherie Dunaway, Pat Parker, Leigh Grant, Tammy Lott, Lynn Huff and Theresa Chamberland. Row Two: A llison Kilabrew, Cathy Crow, Emmie Dunaway, Shellie Reynolds, Betsy Jordan, Bobbie Bowen, Beth Davis, Carol Mitchell, Donna Ivy, Kim Core and Dunrey Garvin. Row Three: Ellen Branch, Amy Fielder, Karen McDaniels, Sharon Bloods- worth, Elecia Boutwell, Wendy Salt- er, Jennifer Griffin, Joanna Brantley and Pam DeRamus. Row Four: Tammy Murden, Cile Parish, Toni Faulkner, Lisa Kelly, Jenni James, Ashley Griswold, Kelli Blue, Nancy Sikes and Lisa Lewis. Bottom Left: Shelia Maddox and Missy Phelps en- joy their last quarter at TSU. Bottom Right: Cathy Crow and Angel Vines hug during the Homecoming festivi- ties. g HI I 102 Kappa Delta Kappa Delta ' s motto, " let us strive for that which is Honorable, Beautiful, and I lighest, " was vei y e idenl in the KDs successful 1986-87 year. Many sisters had indi- vidual achievements. Jeannie Porter, representing Kappa Delta, was in the Homecom- ing Court, Lisa Lewis placed in the Miss TSU Top Ten, and Liz Williams was second run- ner-up for Miss Venus. Sisters were also active in many campus organizations including Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, SGA, and cheerleading. In addition, the KDs placed second in Greek Week, keeping their tradition up as well diversed in beauty, ath- letics and academics. Top: The KDs prepare to perform one of their rush skits. Bottom The sisters and pledges of Kappa Delta lead cheers during the Homecom- ing parade. Kappa Delta 103 £ambda Chi Alpha Top: Row One: Michelle Aderholt, Wendy Look, Frank Laxson, Dave Young, Kevin Alsup, Julie Forrester, Elaine Cox, Douglas Russel and Mike Parham. Row Two: Sue Calleous, Audrea Fourtner, Cindy Johnson, Allyson Lott, Joanne Stone, Sabrina Gaddy, Kevin Potter, Tim Smith, Kim McCall and Brad Capara. Row Three: Raymond Stokes, Rachel Johnson, Curtis McCombs, Leslie Dozier and Wayne Simpkins. Row Four: Dewayne Harrington, Lea Cornelius, Jeter Brock, Robert Cala- brese, Angela Ramsey, Scott Steele, Steve Stutts, Cameron Gilbert, Mike Renker, Harvey White, Bert New- some, Gus Siliva, Robert Chambers, and Randy Knoll. Row Five: David Simonson, Jimbo Watson, Samue Curtis, Jeff Sauceda, Craig North, Jessie Floyd, Dana Damek and Rob White. Bottom Left: David Simon- son, Kevin Alsup, Robert Chambers, and Jeff Raup perform the Lambda Chis everpopular Homecoming skit. Bottom Right: An enthusiastic group of Lambda Chis participate in the Homecoming parade. 104 Lambda Chi Alpha The Sigma Tau chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha enjoyed an excellent Centennial year at Troy State. The year was filled with band parties, oys- ter bars, and air band compe- titions. The annual Sorority President Kidnap was held winter quarter and the mon- ey raised was donated to the Pike County Pensions Board. The Lambda Chis had a wonderful group of support- ive little sisters with several of them representing Lamb- da Chi in the Miss TSU and Miss Venus pageants. Lamb- da Chis were active on Troy ' s campus in organizations such as SGA, Pied Pipers, ROTC, and in both collegiate and in- tramural sports. Top Left: Keith Weeks entertains Angela McCee at a Lambda Chi par- ty. Top Ri hi Little Sisters: Row One: Dana Damek, Elaine Cox and Julie Forrester. Row Two: li-a Cor- nelius, Sabrina Gadd , Kim McCall, Sherry Ingram, Andrea Fourtncr. Sue Calleous and Michelle Ader- holt Row Three: Ra hcl Johnson. Cindy Johnson, Allyson Lott, Joanne Stone, Angela Ramsey, Leslie Dozier and Wendy Look. Bottom: Lit " • tor Kim Hybl cheer s on the Lambda Chis during a football game. Lambda Chi Mpha 105 ' Phi CDu Top: Row One: Kim Hodges, Payton Cattrett, Judy Helms, Molly Rhodes, Freda Richardson, Jenny Atkinson, Duane Adams, Cherie Boshell, Beth Crawford, Amanda Trammell, Wendy Rog- ers, Janet Crowell, Meg Greene, Paige Pugh, Missy Schofield, Ginger Piazza, Cindy Warren, Anne-Marie Marriott, Wendy Garrison, Holly Hooks, Sherry Fowler, Renee Gunter.Row Two: Ken Puckett, Lori Hussey, Vannie Montgomery, Kelly Pettis, Kristyn Richardson, Tracy Pecci, Sharon Reed, Gina Soto, Tracy Strouse, Cindy Brown, Kendra Phillips, Gina Asche, Jana Wilson, Donna Watson, Mari Harrison, Andrew Hender- son, Kimmie Smith, Lori West, Michelle Whitmer, Deidre Wilson, Sharon Thomas, Kari Lovfald, Jill Bingham, Amy Machen, Gena Bentkowski.Row Three: Dan Morrison, Michael Miller, Rae Ann Christensen, Mike Turk, Julie Eslinger, Brian Hub- bard, Carla Price, and Jay Kozio. Top Left: Mi- chelle Whitmer plays ping pong for her sisters during Greek Week. Bottom: Phi Mu Big Brothers are Dan Morrison, Ken Puckett, Jay Kozio, Brian Hubbard, Mike Turk, Andrew Henderson, and Michael Miller. J ■H 106 Phi Mu The Kappa Gamma chap- ter of Phi Mu had an exciting and productive year. Attn fall rush, Phi Mu had many new pledges who were fired up for the school year. Sisters and pledges raised monc for Project HOPE with their annual teeter-tooter and fra- ternity field events. Many sisters were active in organizations on Troy State ' s campus such as SGA, Uniwr- sity Dancers, and cheerlead- ing. During the year, Phi Mu sponsored sisters in Miss TSU, Miss Venus, and other pageants. Many sisters also served as little sisters and sweethearts to Troy State ' s fraternities. All in all, Phi Mu had an exciting year at TSU. Top Left: Renec Gunter , l)c-id- son, Tr.ic . Pal Luna, and Tammy Hagadorn prepare for a Rush skit Top right Pledges |ill Bingham. ■ nn Mjchen, and Michelle W hitmer ( heer tor i ' jring the Homec oming parade along with President kimmic Smith and Miss Schofield Sorrom Laura Ross and KelK Pettis dress js Phi Mu mas- cots, Raggedv And and R.n Ann Ph. Mu 10- Pi Kappa Phi i .. Top: Row One: Steve Caporini, Russ Campbell, Lynn Smith, Gena Bent- kowski, Alan Ruud and Charles Schley. Row Two: Richard Dykes, Kelvin Maddox, Hanz Hoi, Amy Markert, Mike Ledbetter, Johnny Johnson, Cherrie Hogan, Ted Litchner, Keith Maddox and Mike Roskos. Row Three: Todd Neal, John Brennah, Jay Bickel, Patty McFillen, Michael Lee, Jeff Curvin, Jim Lavender, Paul Howell, Leigh Grant, Louis Soisson, Shorty Klang, Kevin Godwin, Chuck Norris, Jeff Rhoades, Charlie Dormer and Wade Riley. Row Four: Robert Guyton, Gwen Stone, Keith Morgan, Mi- chelle Fivian, Jody Dyes, Wendy Garrison, Vic Roberts, Alan Bryant, Scott Norris, Jeff Goodson, Jeff Law- son and Deidre Wilson. Row Five: Joel Shields, Greg Spears, Mike Lynch and Chuck Newby. Bottom Left: Molly Rhodes enjoys a night of TV with the Pi Kapps. Bottom Right: The Pi Kapps ride their float in the Homecoming parade. — F f ' V? : . ■e-tmXA 108 Pi Kappa Phi 5 B1S 0 I n The Gamma Gamma chap- ter of Pi Kappa Phi had a re- markable year. Brother Russ Campbell was elected as the president of TSU ' s student body. Other brothers were active in PCO, ROTC, and sorority big brother pro- grams. Annual events such as ski trip, beach party, Jungle par- ty, and Rose banquet were the highlights of the year. The annual bunny contest was a great success and mon- ey raised was donated to Pro- ject PUSH. Strong brother- hood, excellence in academic areas, and leader- ship on campus were stan- dards once again held high by the Pi Kappa Phis Top: Little Sfeten Row One: rm Markert, Mk helle Fivian I Stone and Lvnn Smith Rom Two: Cena Benhmslu Stefanic Modify and Cnerri Hogan Row Three dre WiKon Wend) Garrison and Patty McFillan Top Right MikeRov kos and Richard Dykes chill in the TV room. Bottom: Chuck N one c a ain jumps for th- during Gr. m whic h thes placed second overall ppa Ph. 109 Sicrma Alpha Epsilon Top: Row One: Bryan Wallace, Ted Sullivan, Carolyn Trathowen, Kelli Blue, Janet Lott, Ed Parrish and An- drew Henderson. Row Two: Dave Britton, Kristi Smith, Doug Senn, Ed Whaley, Ellen Stevens, Lori Funk and Karen Smith. Row Three: Tony At- kins, Kitti Blankenship, Steve Schaper, Mike Hurst, Danny Lee, David Ritchie, Jody Taylor, Debra Rouse, Chris McCracken, Neal McGee, Kent Olson, Jesse Owens and John Clark. Bottom Left: Little sister Ellen Ste- vens won her Miss Venus title while representing the SAEs. Bottom Right: Little sisters: Row One: Beth Sumner, Carolyn Trathowen. Row Two: Linda Lee, Debra Rouse, Carla Price, Ellen Stevens, Kelli Blue, Lor Funk, Karen Smith and Carrie Clikas 110 Sigma Alpha Epsilon The Alabama Epsilon chap- ter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon had another excellent year at TSU. Brothers rem ained ac- tive on campus in SGA and sorority big brother pro- grams. The chapter devoted its entire year to honoring brother Casey Houston who passed away shortly before the school year began. Hous- ton was honored as brother of the year during spring quarter ' s Magnolia Ball. Kitti Blankenship was named sweetheart for the year also during Magnolia Ball. All in all, the year was a fantastic one for the brothers of SAE. Top Left: The brothers of SAE par- ticipate in the homecoming parade Top Right: Joe Belvins lead , the " first white steppin ' fraternitv " Bot- tom: Dave Bntton dances with Sam Brown at an SAE partv Sigma Mpha Epsilon 111 Si iqrma Chi t Top: Row One: Bruce Buehler, Billy Painter, Ken Puckett, Doug Sims, Steve Wakefield, Anne Donahue, lenni James, Ashley Griswold, Pat Parker, Ann Marie Bell, Maureen Forthman, Tresa Hardin, and Andy Gregory Row Two: Andy Dye, Neal Nash, Brian Wyatt, Todd Hancock, Reid Pichard, Jenny Adkinson, Tracy Stuauss, Monica Anderson, Leslie Fuller, Lisa Smiley, Jan Kuntz, Kim McVay, Lori Hussey, and Garry Can- non. Row Three: Erin Pichard, Delia Overton, Chris Young, Kevin Per- rish, and Kendall Coates. Row Four: Greg Lunsford, David Greenspan, Jeff Drury, Jean Brown, Bo Phillips, Bill Harrison, Mary Ivy, Ken Mara- man, Michael Miller, Frank Dubber- ly, Spanky Dykes, Ian Hunt, Scott Buff, Chris Young, Steve Gory, Chris Young, Arvin McCathern, Henry Bruns, Chip Chase, and Sean Peters. Row Five: Jim Bradsher, advisor, Paul Hovey, Scooter Fletcher, Greg Wil- lis, Rodney Weaver, Don Wooten, Lang Thompson, Derrick Haupt, Devon Snell, Tim Welch, Larry Gay, Mark Rose, Charlie Finch, Jim O ' Connor, and Brian Cain. Row Six: Rick Maglione, Gibson Vance, Ken- ny Jackson, Art Ashcraft, Jace Al- bury, and Scott Dew. Bottom Left: Sweetheart, Tresa Hardin. Bottom Right: Row One: Jenni James, Ash- ley Griswold, Mary Ivy, Pat Parker, Ann Marie Bell, Maureen Forthman, and Tresa Hardin. Row Two: Lori Hussey, Leslie Fuller, Lisa Smiley, Jan Kuntz, and Kim McVay. Row Three: Tracy Strauss, Jennifer Adkinson, Monica Anderson, Delia Overton, and Jean Brown. - 112 Sigma Chi Ever adept at rush, Eta Phi Chapter of Sigma Chi super- seded itself by pledging more than forty men during fall rush. The homecoming theme, " A Decade of Differ- ence ... A Century of Suc- cess, " combined the cele- brations of the universisty ' s centennial and the chapter ' s tenth anniversary. In January, the chapter hosted more than four hundred brothers, pledges, and alumni for its Tenth Anniversary Com- memoration, the highlight of which was the presence ol the Fraternity ' s Grand Coun- sul. Appropriately marking this milestone in the broth- erhood ' s history is the cur- n it construction of an addi- tion to the c hapter house. With continued pledging or scholarship recipients and the outstanding support of local alumni, Sigma Chi will enjoy another ten wars of excellenc v. Top Left: Doug Sims and Joes Bnn- garnder imitate Pec Wee Herman. Top Right: |im W att and Crete hen Crim load an air band a«. Hal Harwell plays guitar Bottom Rush Chair- man, Bean Wakefield hosts th. ma Chi Miss Spring Break contest Sigma Chi 113 Si i ma Pi Top: Row One: Scott Morrison, Ke- vin Bowers, Keith Ryals and David Hawthorne. Row Two: Ricky Mar- tin, Steve Svopa, David Dawson, Jeff Preston and Mack Warren. Row Three: Scott Gilbert, Jim Mixon, Hugh Tomlin, Bill Sisseveld, Ronald Peppers and Ken Hoffman. Bottom Left: Steve Svopa entertains a guest at a spring rush party. Bottom Right: Sweetheart, Meredith Morgan. - .- 114 Sigma Pi The Delta Psi chapter of Sigma Pi fraternity grew in excellence and brotherhood during Troy State ' s Centen- nial year. As always, brothers were active on campus in or- ganizations such as ROTC and I.F.C., holding various of- fices. The Sigma Pis and their little sisters also supported TSU ' s Greek system with par- ticipation in I.F.C. and Pan- hellenic events. The year ' s highlights in- cluded Rush parties, Home- coming events, the annual winter Orchid Ball, and the ever exciting Powder Puff games. The brothers strove for excellence in scholarship and Greek relations. The Sigma Pis were award- ed the Interfraternity Schol- arship Trophy at Honors Convocation for having the highest overall fraternity G.P.A. for Spring ' 86, Fall ' 87 and Winter ' 87. Top Left: Ken Hoffman and guests watch a rush skit Top - Preston rushes future brother, Ron- ald Peppers Bottom Lif Row One: Jenns Girdner Meredith Morgan and Tracy Boatn. ' Row Two: Lynn McPherson, Qnd) ren and Mario Garland. .i Pi US Uau TCappa Epsilon Top Left: The TKE little sisters enjoy a day at the house. Top Right: Sweetheart, Pricilla Teal. Bottom: The TKE brothers pose for a shot on their house ' s front porch. Tau Kappa Epsilon had a good year at Troy State. Brothers continued to strive for excellence academically and continued to support Troy State ' s Greek system. Brothers were active on cam- pus in organizations and in honor socities. The TKE " S are excited about continued growth and excellence on Troy State ' s campus in the future. 116 Tau Kappa Epsilon Zeta ' Phi Beta Zeta Phi Beta was orga- nized on January 16, 1920 at Howard University and has continued to grow rapidly ever since. Zeta women are active on campus. They es- pecially enjoy performing in Greek shows. Zeta ' s contin- ue to take a firm stand for protecting minority rights and continue to strive for ex- cellence on Troy State ' s cam- pus. Top Left: Sweethearts James Da and Rodney Thonton visit in the am- phitheatre with Audrey elson and Tricia Rainey. Top Right Audrey Nelson takes a break between classes. Bottom: Sweethearts, James Davis and Rodney Thonton. Phi Beta 11 " Interfraternity Council Officers President Wayne Martin Vice President Jim Mixon Secretary Brian Cain Treasurer Jeff Preston Publicity Pat Smith Top: Row One: Danny Dwyer, Pat Smith, Kent Olsen, Darren Owens, Ed Parrish, Rodney Thonton. Row Two: Jim Mixon, Jeff Preston, Keith Ryals, John Findlater, Kevin Parrish, Bill Harris, Wayne Martin, Barbara Patterson, IFC Advisor. Row Three: Brian Cain, Randy Kroll, Scott Steele, Kenny Jackson, Bryant Harrington, Bo Phillips. Bottom: Jeff Preston, Bri- an Cain, Jim Mixon, Wayne Martin, Pat Smith. The Interfraternity Coun- cil (IFC) provides a means for individual fraternities to ex- press their ideas and to re- ceive new ideas from fellow fraternities. The IFC serves as the governing body of the fraternities. The IFC strives to strength- en the relationship within the Greek system and con- tinues to promote scholar- ship, intramurals, and leader- ship. This year the IFC presided over rush activities, supported intramural sports, attended the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference in Atlanta, and sponsored Greek Week along with Pan- hellenic. 118 Interfraternity Council sH PanhellQnic SHI Council Officers President Kath) I ' II 1st Vice [ ' resident Brantley 2nd Vice President Gingei Piazza Secretary Kim Collins Treasurer B Panhellenic Council at Troy State, an arm of the Na- tional Panhellenic Counc il. strives to uphold good schol- arship, to set high standards of ethical conduct, and to work in harmony and under- standing with each other to further Greek unity. Formed in 1967, the TSU Panhellenic has grown from two member sororities to eight. Panhellenic began the school year by sponsoring a Pan Dance to introduce the new pledges of each group. A progressive dinner was co- ordinated by the Junior Pan- hellenic Council at which a scholarship was given away. The sororities combined .it Homecoming to produce an outstanding skit. In the spring, Panhellenic sponsored the Miss Venus pageant during (Week Week. In addition, the Panhellenic Counc il attended the South- eastern Panhellenic Confer - en e at Eastern kentuc k University. Mam new ideas were brought back to pro- mote leadership, s holar- ship, community service, and Greek unit Top: Row One: Ginger Piazza. Becky Feria. Row Two: Kim Collins. Kath) Pureed Joanna Brantlev Bof- tom. Row One: Tamrm Lot! Pid Ai Kath) Purcell. Lisa Ta lor Row Two: Kim Collins Lisa Palmis- ano, Lisa Nelson, [ ■ | Gill, Wend) l.inham, Barbara Patterson, advisor Row Three: Joanna Brant- ley, Susan Foshee, Robin Barber Becky Feria, Kendra Phillips Panhellrnu 119 Greek Awards —. Chancellor and Mrs. Ralph Adams were selected Mr. and Mrs. Greek for the Cen- tennial year. The honors were presented to Chancel- lor Adams by I.F.C. President Wayne Martin and to Mrs. Adams by Panhellenic Presi- dent Joanna Brantley during the Miss Venus Pageant. 120 Greek Awards Mr. and Mrs. Greek Chancellor and Mrs. Ralph Adams Mr. I.F.C. Jim Wyatt Miss Panhellenic Kim Collins Each year, two Greeks, one male and one female, are chosen Mr. IFC and Miss. Panhellenic. The award is based on outstanding contri- bution to the Greek System and on superior leadership in his her Greek organization and in campus activities. Jim Wyatt, a Sigma Chi brother and Alpha Gamma Delta big brother, was pre- sented the Mr. I.F.C. award by Herbert Reeves, IFC ad- viser, during the Miss Venus Pagaent. Jim has served in various offices in his fraterni- ty including president tor two years. During the Miss Venus Pa- gaent, Kim Collins a sister of Mpha Delta Pi was awarded the Miss Panhellenic honor by Panhellenu advisor Bar- bara Patterson. Kim has also served in many offices in her sorority including president. 1:1 Greek Week — - ■-rrc— : 1st place . 2nd place 3rd place . 1st place . 2nd place Fraternities . Sigma Chi . . Pi Kappa Phi . Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sororities . Alpha Delta Pi . . Kappa Delta 3rd place . . . Alpha Gamma Delta Top Left: This Greek mud volleyball player gets off a good serve. Top Right: Neal McGee and his partner paddle for SAE. Bottom: SAE ' s per- form well in field events. 122 Greek Week Greek Week 1987 was ex- citing and entertaining. Held in the spirit of the Olympian games, Greek Week provides an opportunity for all Greeks to support and encourage each other. The events ranged from the Miss Venus pageant and track and field events to the fun events like egg-toss, skin-the-snake, and dizzy bat. Mud volleyball and intertube water basketball were the highlights of the week. Top Left: SAE Andrew Henderson and AKA Sharon Bradles deluer the Greek Week torch to Memorial Sta- dium. Top Upper Right Mike Cody and Greg Willis are neck and nn k In the final lap TopLowa Right Chuck Boggs pumps iron for the Delta Chis Bottom: Kappa Alpha Psi brothers put all their effort into a tug-o-war match. Grr. • 123 Greek Week Top Right. Dav .i Adams shoots for Phi Mu. Top Left. Lambda Chi, Dave Young makes a clean shot during the golf tournament. Middle: Carolyn Trathown swims for Alpha Gamma Delta. Bottom: Rod Knight does the broad jump for Kappa Alpha Psi. 124 Greek Week Top: Sigma Pi Scott Gibed Wc • shot during water basketball I Left. A muddy plaser returns .i during the evef popular mud solles - ball games loiver Right ngelaCo- leman wraps her sister tor Mpha Kappa Alpha in the mumrm wrap competition. 125 Greek Week " Top Left. A tennis player swings into action for Greek Week games. Top Right Sigma Chi Bill Gausphol pad- dles his canoe during the water events. Center. Delta Chis struggle during the tug-o-war event with Chuck Boggs pulling a heavy load. Bottom: Suzanne Steele plays ping pong for Chi Omega. 1 126 Creek Week Top left. Chuck Norris jumps for Pi Kappa Phi. Top Right: Lynn Balducci covers Chi Omega sister Lisj Boutwell with toilet paper in the Mummy wrap. Bottom: Alpha Gam ' s Tana Hill and Angela Wilkerson watch the pool tournament be- tween rounds. Ore. ... Greek Week began with the annual Miss Venus pag- eant. Twenty-seven young women representing various fraternities and sororities competed for the title of Miss Venus 1987 and for the honor of reigning over Troy State ' s Greek system for the next year. From the original twenty- seven contestants, the judges choose eleven semi- finalists. After a walk by the semi-finalists, the judges named the final five contes- tants. Each of the five women then answered a question about Greek life at Troy State. The judges considered the answers as well as the the beauty and poise of the five finalists and chose the win- ners. The second runner-up was Elizabeth Williams sponsered by Kappa Delta sorority, first runner-up was Allyson Lott representing Lambda Chi Al- pha, and Miss Venus for 1987 was Ellen Stevens sponsored by her sorority Alpha Gamma l»73[7 128 Miss Venus ALAND, BEVERLY ALLEN, LYNN BAKER, JOY BAKER, TRACI BONN, MARGARET BREWSTER, IULIE BURKE, VALERIE COLLINS, KIM DOUGLAS, STEPHANIE DUNCAN, KATHY DYER, ALLISON ELLIS, DANA ENZOR, JENNIFER FAISON, SHAWN FERRY, DANA FIVIAN, MICHELLE FOWLER, ELIZABETH GARTMAN, SHELIA HAMILTON, ELIZABETH HARRELL, SONYA HAWKINS, BRENDA HAYNER, ALISA HIGDON, KAREN HOLMAN, RHONDA HUTSON, GINGER HUTSON, KECIA KEEL, MARY KELLEY, KIM KING, JENNIFER LAMB, TRACEY LEMKER, MICHELLE LUHMANN, GAYLE MCFILLEN, PATTI MCMASTER, MARIA MARKERT, AMY MATHENY, KAYE MORAN, LISA MYERS, TRACY PANTON, JENNIFER PYNES, SUSAN READEY, JO SMART, MICHELLE SMITH, KRISTI SPRAGUE, LISA STEBBINS, SHANMNON STORY, AMY SULLIVAN, JENNIFER SYPHIRT, SHERRIE TAYLOR, LISA THOMPSON, MELONI THRASH, TRACYE TRAVIS, MARGO TRAVIS, SCARLETT TOMBETTA, MOLLY VOYLES, LORI WELLS, KAROL WHITE, CRICKETT WHITE, RHONDA ADERHOLT, MICHELLE ANDERSON, MONICA AULTMAN, MARGARET BARTON, AMY BELL, ANNEMARIE BELL, KIM BICE, KELLI BOWES, BECKY BROWN, MIMI BURKE, SISSY BUSH, MARIE CARROLL, LESLIE CASSIDY, JERILYN CHANDLER, CHERYL CLIKAS, CARRIE CLINGENPEEL, CINDA COX, ELAINE CRAIG, AMY DIXON, JANE DUNCAN, MARLA FERIA, BECKY FORRESTER, JULIE FULLER, LESLIE GIBBS, SARA KATE - 130 Creeks (Mr • -SA MY • • TA I SI II ■ ■ : SHBU ■ KIM Mllllf Ol •t[RRI OHIC ' PAIMISANO LISA . 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JILL BOATNER, TRACY BOSHELL, CHERIE BROWN, TARITA CARR, TIFFANY CATRETT, PAYTON CLEMMONS, PAULA COSKREY, MICHELLE CRAWFORD, BETH CROWELL, JANET DAILEY, LANA DEWBERRY, ALETA DONAHUE, ANNE DYAL, ALICE EVERATT, CHRISTIE GARRISON, WENDY GREENE, MEG GUNTER, RENEE GUNTER, RHONDA HAGADORN, TAMMY HANEY, LYNN HARRISON, MARI HELMS, JUDY HODGES, KIM HUGHES, DEEDEE HUSSEY, LORI HYBL, KIMBERLY LOVALD, KAIR LUNA, PAT MACHEN, AMY MARRIOTT, ANNE-MARIE MILLER, LEE MONTGOMERY, VANNIE NELSON, LISA PECCI, TRACI PETTIS, KELLY PHILLIPS, KENDRA PIAZZA, GINGER PUGH, PAIGE RICHARDSON, FREDA RICHARDSON, KRISTYN RODGERS, WENDY ROSS, LAURA SCHOFIELD, MISSY SELLARS, KIM SMITH, KIMMIE SOTO, GINA STROUSE, TRACY TRAMMELL, AMANDA WATSON, DONNA WHITMER, MICHELLE WILSON, DEIDRE WILSON, JANA CAVANAGH, MIKE CAPORINI, STEVE BRYANT, ALAN CAIN, BUBBA CHAMBERS, LOREN CURVIN, JEFF DOTY, SHAWN DYKE, RICHARD ELMORE, GARY GUILLOT, DAVID GANT, TREY GOODSON, JEFF GRAY, PHIL a aBTO If I . ■ JS 134 Greeks II. 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CHARLES FREEMAN, JEFF CAUSPHOL, BILL GAY, GERALD GIBSON, PHILLIP GOREY, STEPHEN GRADIC, DEWAYNE GREENSPAN, DAVID GREGORY, ANDY GRIMES, DAVID HAMILTON, KEN HANCOCK, TODD HARP, SAM HARPER, BRIAN HARWELL, HAL HAUPT, DEREK HENNIGAN, MARK HOVEY, PAUL HUDSON, DAVID HUDSON, LEE HUNT, IAN HUNT, JASON HUNT, JUDSON JACKSON, KENNETH JACOBS, TIM LEFFEW, RICHARD LUNSFORD, GREG MAGLIONE, RICK MARAMON, KEN McKEE, KEVIN NASH, NEAL MILLER, MICHAEL MITCHELL, BRAD NEELY, CHARLES NIX, DANNY O ' CONNOR, JIM ODLE, DEAN PAINTER, BILLY PARRISH, KEVIN PETERS, SEAN PHILLIPS, ROBERT PICHARD, ERRIN PICHARD, REID RISH, WILLIAM ROSE, MARK RUTLEDGE, CHUCK SIMS, DOUG SMITH, CHRIS SNELL, DEVON STALCUP, ROBBIE THOMPSON, JOHN WAKEFIELD, STEVE WATSON, JOE WEAVER, RODNEY WHITMAN, JAMES WILKES, CHRIS WILLIS, GREGORY WILSON, WILLIAM WOOTEN, DON WYATT, BRYAN WYATT, JIM YOUNG, CHRIS BURKETT, PAUL CARNEY, JOHN DAWSON, DAVID HOFFMAN, KEN JONES, MARK LaGUARDIA, DAVID LAMBERT, KEN McGOWAN, MARK MIXON, JIM PRESTON, JEFF RYALS, KEITH SCHIPMAN, STEVE SVOPA, STEVE TOMLIN, HUGH WAREN, MARK 136 Greeks ■ itfrtMLiiuGtfiL r GREEKS First Place Second Place First Place Second Place Alpha Gamma Delta Kappa Delta INDEPENDENTS HYPR Gospelettes OVERALL CHAMPIONS First Place Second Place Alpha Gamma Delta Kappa Delta Bottom Right: Overall Champions, Alpha Gamma Delta, members are Row One: Maria Duncan, Emily Po- lish, and Jerilyn Cassidy. Row Two: Beth Sumner, Kim McVay, and Carolyn Trathowin. 138 Intramural Volleyball • ' 3 J p LLLVLiaLlLiLiaL L-lilil ' LtiLL GREEKS First Place Second Place First Place Second Place Sigma Chi Sigma Alpha Epsilon INDEPENDENTS Bomb Squad Magnificent Seven OVERALL CHAMPIONS First Place Second Place Sigma Chi Bomb Squad Middle Ripht Overall Champions, Sigma Chi, members an- Row One Rodney V ea er. Dewasne Craddic. ■ ud McCathern. Chris Wilkes and Gibson Vance. Row Two Ian Hunt. Hal Harwell. )im Wyatt, Mike Dickson. Tim Jacobs, Scott Dew, and Ken Hamilton Row Three Ar m McCatherr Freeman, ).u e Mbuq Sean r Kendall Coates, R an Daughem Richard Leffew .md Forrest L It iid Intramural Football 139 Intramural Basketball Men ' s Results Overall First Place Tau Phi Second Place Homeboys Independents First Place Tau Phi Second Place Homeboys Greeks First Place Sigma Alpha Epsilon Second Place Pi Kappa Phi Above: Tau Phi, overall winners, are: fjeid r ow Two: Phil Brown, Brian Row One: Paul Payne, Tommy Was- DaviS Jay Kozio | an d Jimbo Payne, den, Mike Turk and Kenny Eden- 140 Intramural Basketball Women ' s Results Overall I irst Plai e ( lu ( )n sc( ond I ' l.i ' e Al[)ha Gamma Delta Independents f irst Plat e M 5 Angels Se ond Pla e Wahs Greeks l irst Plat • (tie) Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Gamma Delta Chi Omega Top: Chi Omega, overall winner-. .ire Row One: Susan ) • edith Morgan and Be k Phinne Row Two: ngie Moore Paula Powell, Russ Campbell-i oat h Gin- ger orlc and Roxanne Ebworth. Intramural Basketball 141 Intramural Softball Men ' s Results Overall First Place Independents Second Place Vipers Independents First Place Independents Second Place Vipers Greeks First Place Sigma Chi Second Place Sigma Alpha Epsilon Men ' s Overall Champions, the Inde- pendents, were Winn Barnette, Gary Bowden, Tray Gant, James Gil- hart, Bruce Ikner, Mike Erwin, Ste- ven Kelley, Chuck Matchett, Darren Owens, Ray Price, Steve Shaper and Keith Wallace. (Group picture not available.) Opposite Page : Bottom Left: Alpha Gamma Delta, overall women ' s champions, are: Row One: Ellie Jane Sharpe, Lynn Smith, Tana Hill and Nikki Stephens Row Two: Linda Borie, Lisa Palmisano, Beth Sumner, Maria Duncan, Emily Polish and Carolyn Trathowen Row Three: Jeff Kervin, Al Etheridge and Hal Har- well. 142 Intramural Softball Women ' s Results Overall 1 irst I ' I.k e Alpha ( i.imm.i I )cltd sec ond I ' I.k e Kappa Delta Independents First Place Clements Second Place HYPER Greeks First Place Alpha Gamma Delta Second Place Kappa Delta Intramural Softball 143 ..-.-. -. . - - ■ ■ . • - ■- - 144 Sports anout d,n once aR ,n ' " - • . • . ■ Jill Girdner Section Editor Brian Jordan Jim O ' Connor Frank Pastercz k Beth Weatherford Contributing Editors Cara English Greg Johnson Ed Mosekn Donald Norsworth Dan Smith Photographers Sports 145 A IPAdlE ©F m©JJAN WumY TROJANS GO 8-0 IN CONFERENCE PLAY - I ,i 146 Football Head Coach Rick Rhodes Football 147 TROJAN HISTORY CONT. Troy State opened its season with an excit- ing 38-28 win over West Texas State at Canyon, TX. The Trojans opened the season ranked seventh in the pre-season Sports Illustrated Division II poll. The Trojans rolled up 402 yards on the ground with its potent wish- bone attack. Robert Carter led the ground game with 99 yards rushing. Quarterback Mike Turk had a successful game completing 10 of 14 passes for 119 yards. The Troy State Trojans lost a grueling game to Nicholls State to drop their record to 1-1. Despite the loss, the team ' s expectations remain high. The Trojans refused to roll over and give up on the rest of the season. Troy State improved its re- cord to 2-1 with a 28-6 win over conference foe Living- ston State University before a home crowd of 7500. The Trojans rolled up 295 yards of offense on the ground against the Tigers. Mike Turk showed his talents, leading the Trojans with 213 yards total offense. Titus Dixon be- came the third person in Trojan history to return a kick-off 100 yards for a TD. The Trojan defense played well, giving up only six points to the LSU Tigers. The Trojans got another great performance from quarterback Mike Turk. Turk carried the ball 10 times for 130 yards, including two touchdown runs. The Tro- jans won this dual against West Georgia 34-21 in front of 7000 fans and moved its record to 3-1. Troy State rolled up 500 yards total offense against Valdosta State for the fourth time during the season. Troy won the game 45-10 in front 148 Football of 6800 home fans at Memo- rial Stadium. The Trojan de- fense rose to the cause again, allowing Valdosta only 10 points. The Trojans im- proved their overall record to 4-1. The Trojans had one of their toughest victories of the year in the game against Mississippi College at Clin- ton, MS. The Trojans won the game 10-0, but lost sen- ior fullback Ted Horstead be- cause of injuries. Horstead was out for the season. Junior halfback Mitch Lewis scored the game ' s only touchdown as the Trojans improved their record to 5-1. Photography by Dan Smith Troy State took to the air to beat Delta State 31-13 in a conference game at Memo- rial Stadium. The special teams and defense caused three fumbles in this thriller. The Trojans used the ser- vices of Mike Turk and Dan- ny O ' Toole to pass for 150 yards. Troy State moved to 6- 1 on the season and 5-0 in the Gulf South Conference. Troy State crushed the University of North Alabama 38-9 in the eighth game of the season. The Trojans took control in the first quarter and never looked back as they im- proved their record to 7-1. The Trojan defense turned in a fine performance, allowing the Lions only nine points. Troy State chalked up an- other Homecoming victory against UT Martin. A record crowd of over 10,000 wit- nessed a scoring dual be- tween the two teams. Troy won by outscoring its oppo- nent in ihf final half. The score .it the end of four quar- ters was Troy State 50, UT Martin 30. The Trojans clinched the Gulf South Confer em e Championship by beating arch-rivial Jax State 45-43. Ted Clem proved to be the difference by kicking a field goal late in the fourth quar- ter. Troy State ended the regular season 9-1. Troy State pounded Vir- ginia Union 31-7 in a crashing thunderstorm to clinch a vic- tory in first round play-off action. With the win the Tro- jans increased their record to 10-1, and won the right to face South Dakota in the NCAA Division II semi-finals. Fullback Eddie Brundidge carried the pigskin 32 times for 243 yards while Mike Turk gained only 34 yards on 12 carries, he did score 2 first half TD ' s. rroy State ' s hoj Na- tional hampionship down the drain with . 4 loss to South Dakota. The rrojans played hard, and their tirsl s( ore ( ,nnc mid- way through ' ond quartet when l ddie Urun- didge ' s 18 yd ( apped ofl .. f,5 yd. drive. The rrojans M " fed tWf e in the third qu.irter and again in the fourth quarter, but they were out -s ored the Coyotf ■ Iph) t |)jn rr,th Opposite pj.ijf loft: Daryl Blow makes .i mrperb bl x .ic.nnst an op- posing pUyei Right: i . . • ■ doc-v what h« Bottom: C o.h h Robert Mad Brian Hubbard u rh; I ' 1 vhrl- Iit trom thr r.nn Bottom loft Mi rs!c •, go. Bottom Rintit - anothi i rrojar i lull 149 •« V_ ««. l U -♦ J - .PC PT WU 55 7 TS£ fiiA »J3 5 a ' w-. «-■ H; b - ' - 90 45 19 61 66 16 -15 : M. TURK-1; K. EDDENFIELD-2; T. DIXON-3; T. CLEM-4; G. KLAVA- 5; J. PITTMAN-6; G. HARRIS-7; M. SLATON-8 ; S. SUMMERS-9; B. DA- VIS-10; B. GODSEY-11; G. DOTH- ARD-12; K. FAIRCLOTH-13; T. WASDEN-14; D. O ' TOOLE-15; P. DREW-16; J. DEAN-17; D. PARRIS- 18; A. PARKS-19; T. LINESBERGER- 20; F. TAYLOR-21; A. GARDNER-22; E. BLIEN-23; S. LEWIS -24; E. BRUN- DIDGE-25; D. MIMS-26; T. DU- GOSH-27; J. PAYNE-28; J. BUTTS - 29; P. BROWN-30; T. HUTSKO-31 F. THOMAS-32; R. CARTER-33; K ALEXANDER-34; T. GORDON-35; J CARVER-36; W. BANKS-37; M PARNELL -38; M. LEWIS-39; T JACKSON-40; R. LANGFORD-41; K BROOKS-42; A. HARRIS-43; M OLDS-44; T. HORSTEAD- 45; D VICK-46; B. HUBBARD-47; J BROWN-48; C. WARD-49; S CAMPBELL- 50; K. DAWSON-51; R POE-52; ). HAYNES-53; G. Pl- MIENTA-54; D. BLOW-55; S. VINES- 56; R. BLACKMON- 57; H. CARS- WELL-58; G. BLACKWELL-59; D. GOEBEL-60; C. McCRORY-61; R. HUTCHINS-62; R. WILKES-63; T. MILLER-64; M. STOREY-65; M. GIL- LEY- 66; C. COSPER-68; R. FAORO- 70; R. DOBBS-71; J. TRAVIS-72; S. BOWDOIN- 73; C. WILLIAMS-74; C. CHESTEEN-75; E. HUGHEY-76; D. MAHONE-77; A. LEWIS-78; G. RUMPH-79; B. ROE-80; J. SELLERS- 81; M. KELLY- 82; R. BAKER-83; S. MILLER-85; R. CASON-86; T. KYSER-87; M. MIDDLETON- 88; M. BANKSTON-89; G. STEWART-90; A. LEWIS-91; K. JONES-92; K. SMELTZER- 93; M. CHIPMAN-94; K. WAGNER-95; D. CORDREY-96; B. HEWETT-97; A. WRIGHT-98; P. BROOKS-99 150 Football I TROY STATE FOOTBALL 4 MM L 3- A? ffl iv Tfc CC 4£v{ pi fc JC icS- J -—. — — — " — 1 1 r Footbjll 151 Top: Members of the Trojan de- fense rest during the Jax State game. Above: Trojans scramble for a fum- ble on the 10 yard line. Right: The defensive line stops a Jax State surge at the offensive line. 152 Football Left TROY STATE COACHISC STAFF Row One: Mile O Toole, Jeff Mclnerny, Buc k Hanson, Willie Slater, Shannon White, and Robert Maddox Row Two: Head Coach Rick Rhodes, Johnny Williams, Joey Denison, Tim Davenport, Jim Kremer, Chris Yeager, and Trainer Marshall Smith Middle Left: Rick Poe talks to an as- sistant coach. Middle Ri ht Head Coach Rick Rhodes was named Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year and Kodak Coach of t h He led the Trojans to their second place ranking in the NCA Division II poll at the end of the 1986 season left TROJAN HOSTESSES Standing: Antsif Peacock, Cinget Piazza. Judy- Helms, Donna ) l Julie f ter, Susan Duff, Chris Ri . Hutson, Jamie Watkins, Cind Brown, Wendv Garrison, Kittv Blan- ken-hip, Audrey Merrill S Dobbs, and Sybil Rich Seated: An- gela ReiSCh, GeraUn Barr, JenUn Cassad) Becky Bass Kim Stocks, and Martha illiams Football 153 Dolleubatl: Smashing for Success Top: Lady Trojan Volleyball Suzy Hill. Row Two: Jenni Team: Row One: Head Coach Ginger Sprague, As- sistant Coach Malinda Ash- craft, Bernadette Hetzel, Co- captain Trich Lazzari, Dianne Goodwin and Co-captain James, DeeDee Taylor, Nat- alie Wyrick, April Goodwin, Jill Eastin and Karen Richard- son. Row Three: Linda Borie and Pam Caver. 154 Volleyball , mP id n !% MA L. " fJ m X X 1 M :: m l lead ( oa h Gingei Spra- gue .1 formula tor sik ( ess uhu h she applies to the I ady I rojan Volleyball ream. Her formul.i is simple: ( on « -r u r .i - tion on disc ipline. I or .i per i- od ea h year, the team puts its all into ir, lining and into perfe ting skills. When not practicing, the Lady Trojans concentrate on studies. In addition, team members .!( • supportive ol ea h othei Spraguealso promoti ning attitude While on the ( ouri Sprague was stri t. de- manding thai ■.) h pi give her all, hut ott the ourt. she was .1 friend to ea h of her players. In the 1986 son, the formula worked rhe Lady Trojans finished the season ranked in the i onfer- en e. Voieytxjl 155 Top Left: Coach Sprague looks on during the pre-game warm up. Top Right. Karen Richardson makes a successful kill. Middle: Linda Borie sweeps off the block, scoring a point for the Trojans. Bottom: Lady Tro- jans wait for the serve. 156 Volleyball Top Left: Trish Lazzari dunks the kill trying to avoid the opponents block. Top Rifiht DecDec Taylor watches as the opponents miss the block. Middle Karen Richardson, in perfect form, rtrari the bill to the setter Bottomlcli Jill l.istm eager!) awdits the opponent ' s srr . - bottom Rixht Su s Mill wrves In ho| Ketting an ace. Lady Trojan Volleyball i w Nollohal 158 Basketball Bjikotball 159 BMW j O Wilt ■ ' 4M tr .s ti ■ 5 fl «1 A. 1 _ •hall 161 ffpiSfc 162 Basketball Top Left Scon Brown ihooti i ' j hoop li i Ktnt t r roj drills inf tin- bjll Bottom Row Onr: s .,u Brown, (ik-k Stafford, Kc; l Knighi Ron |ones and Marl Stringfeliow Row Two: Rodney Stevei Raines, rim Npton, ( jr nell ( heatham, |uan Washington, Ri hie Hall, Lonnir ( hr.m jrul Milium, Reed m 1,» B.isknKjII 163 Great Expectations Top Left: Greg Stafford shoots for two. Top Right: Rod Knight and Greg Stafford leap for rebounds. Bottom Right: Ron Jones jumps against Valdosta State. 164 Basketball Kii — ■ V w» ______ ». ,f ML ' " ' , i T J " $} « " )» - - 1 • rl W «- - i 1 Wb % i. fi A£tw} ♦v ti.1 ? t i 4 ! ¥ ? tpfni $ % .-:- « n , fitr rhe 1986-87 basketball season was a frustrating one tor the i rojan who be- gan tin- ear with high h rhe team v as pi ked first in the Culi South ( onfen pre-season pollsi but wound up with a 12-14 rc ord perien mg its first losing sea- sori in foui years rhe team also ended tin- season List in the GSC with a 5-10 league mark. But what the bare ta Is don ' t say is that nine of the 10 ( ontereru e losses anie b) six points or less. After a promising 2-1 league start, the team dropped in over- time. The jinx was finally broken on February 9, when the Tro- jans massacred Mississippi College 96-62. The Trojans closed out the season by winning two on the road, beating Tennessee- Martin and for the first time ever, North Alabama. In the final game of the year, the Trojans gave West Georgia, the top ranked team in the nation, all it wanted, finallv falling 85-81. Senior Scott Brown closed out his career as the team ' s leading scorer with a 15.0 point average. Lonnie Coch- ran, team captain and a four- year senior, closed out his ca- reer with a 12.3 point average, and forward ( Stafford finished up with a 9.6 average. Anthony Reed made GSC Ireshman of the Year, aver- aging 13.8 points and 3 7 re- bounds per game. copy b» Tom ( m Top: TSU waits to pull down a re- bound Bolton- tt Brown shoots against Jacksonville 5 Bottom Right TSL tans get invoked in the action :ball 165 LAW TROJANS TM HARD 166 Women ' s Basketball Top Left: Yolanda Terry and Peggy McConnell take time out from prac- tice to show off their skills. Top Right: Yolanda Terry jumps for two. Left: Row One: Yolanda Terry, Wan- da Moore, Peggy McConnell, Kim Adams and Freda Moore. Row Two: Tammy Anderson, Tammy Bruce, Angela Lowe, Clarice Woods, Betsy Clark, Francis Buffong and Sandra Madison. Women ' s Basketball 167 SWISHFUL THINKING The Troy State University women ' s basketball team ex- perienced a season of ups and downs. The team ended the season with nine wins, seventeen losses, and a re- cord of 4-12 in the Gulf South Conference. The Trojans defeated Tal- ladega, Knoxville, Jackson- ville State (twice), Mississippi University for Women, Tus- kegee, North Alabama, jud- son, and West Georgia. Coach Joyce Sorrell com- mented, " We felt like we had played much better prior to the Delta State game, but we didn ' t play well against them. We shot 27% from the field and they out rebounded us 60-38. " The team experienced several near wins, loosing 80- 83 to Montevallo, 72-73 to MUW, and 78-85 to North Alabama. 168 Basketball Opposite Page: Left: TSU hopes for A a shot from the foul line. Right Tammy Bruce leaps for a rebound. This Page: Top Left: Yolanda Terr) strains to avoid a blocked shot. Bot- tom Left: Troy State leaps for points. Bottom Right: Harriet Copeland goes for two. Hi-Hi! aLL Bfi£l±aLU aLL till: LtLLLLV J id: ' Troy State University be- came the first team in Divi- sion II in 13 years to win back to back NCAA national championships as it took a 7- 5 win over Tampa on May 26, 1987 at Montgomery ' s Pater- son Field. The Trojans, ending the season at 38-10-2, rallied for five runs in the last three in- nings to claim the national ti- tle. TSU senior and series most outstanding player Jude Rin- aldi blasted a three-run homer in the top of the sev- enth inning to key that rally. Tampa, the No. 1 ranked team in the nation entering the World Series, ended the season at 42-11-1. Troy State has won 22 con- secutive post-season games in the last two year, including Gulf South Conference, South Central Region and College World Series games. " There is no question that this bunch of kids won ' t quit, " said TSU head coach Chase Riddle. " They gave 150 percent and we played a great club. We got great clutch hits when we needed them and it all added up to who came out on top. " " We proved to a lot of people that we played better than some thought we could earlier, " he added. Troy State starting pitcher James Wray had his scoreless inning streak snapped at 36 and a third when Tampa scored a run in the bottom of the first inning. Dean Kelley reached on an infield error and scored on a double by Tino Martinez. The Spartans went ahead 2-0 in the bot- tom of the second inning when Joey Wardlow tripled and scored on a double by Barry Robinson. Troy State tied the game in the top of the fourth inning as Steve Eaton walked, Mike Elmore singled, Bobby De- Jarnette and Mark Smartt walked and Mark Russo, pinch-hitting for Todd Eng- lett, delivered an infield sin- gle, scoring Elmore. Tampa went ahead 3-2 in the bottom of the fifth when Rodney Ehrard ripped a solo home run. The Spartans made it 4-2 in the bottom of the fourth inning when Rob- inson also hit a solo home run. The Trojans pulled ahead in the top of the seventh 5-4 as Lou Henry singled, Warren Arrington walked and Jude Rinaldi crushed a three run homer to deep left field. Tampa tied the score at 5-5 in the bottom of the eighth inning as Robinson was hit by a pitch from Wray to open the inning and scored after Rene Martinez singled and Kelley hit into a fielder ' s choice. Davis Wuthrich pitched the ninth inning for TSU, re- tiring all three batters he faced. Troy State has ended the season winnning 21 of its last 23 games. The last team to win back to back World Se- ries titles was UC-lrvine in 1973-74. This was the sixth World Series TSU has been in and the fourth consecutive. 170 Baseball Top Left: Dave Bond throws a urve ball. Top Right: The Trojans (list uss their defensive game plan as they head lor the outfield. Bottom: War- ren Arnngton swings at a low hall. Opposite Page: Top Right: Ed Black concentrates on his catching. Bot- tom: A Trojan swings at the ap- proaching ball. Baseball T1 Gulf South Conference Division II National Champs Top Right: Bill Wolf prepares to take the infield. Bottom Right: David Bond concentrates on his pitch. 172 Baseball Top: Steve f aton heads for first base Bottom: Warrington rington keeps in- eye on the hall Baseball 1 1 CHAMPIONS ONE AND ALL ! Top: Coach Riddle watches his team in action. Boffom.Team members: Row One: John Maxwell, Ross Jin- right, Lou Henry, Mark Smartt, War- ren Arrington, Todd Englett, Rich- ard Pope, Scott McMullen and Keith Baker. Row Two: Tim Brown, train- er; Tom Voiland, Tony King, James Wray, Marc Russo, Bobby Dejarnett, Bill Wolf, Steve Eaton, David Wuth- rich and Steve Ellis, manager. Row Three: Head Coach Chase Riddle, Assistant Coach Mike Russell, Mike Elmore, Glen Willis, David Bond, Rodney Brooks, Marcus Pilkinton, Chris Small, Ed Black, Jude Rinaldi, Assistant Coach Wendell Stephens and Assistant Coach Ed Nix. 174 Baseball B oball 175 176 Baseball Opposite Page: Bill Wolf concen- trates on the game. This Page: Top Left: TSU shows fine batting form. Bottom Left: David Bond prepares to throw a fast ball. Baseball 177 IN THE SWING OF THINGS The Troy State University ' s Men ' s Golf Team won its eighth consecutive Gulf South Conference Cham- pionship this year. The Tro- jans had the three top scor- ing golfers in the tournament and won by 35 shots. Mike Wright won the indi- vidual championship with scores of 72, 72, and 68 for a three day total of 212. Wright made the All-GSC team for the second straight year. Troy State ' s Robbie Cotten finished second overall in the tournament with scores of 72, 77, and 68 (217) and also made the All-GSC team. An- other Trojan making the All- GSC team was freshman Brad Champion. Champion fin- ished third overall with a combined score of 222. " I was excited about the finish, " said Cotten. " The team ' s total after the first day was one under par, 287. That ' s something we haven ' t done all year. Our lowest previous round this season was 291 at the Southern Ju- nior Senior Tournament. " Troy State golfer Todd Gil- grist, a junior carded 75, 76, and 77 (228) while teammate Mike Morton shot a three- day total of 237. The Trojans led the tour- nament after the first day by seven shots. On the second day, the Trojans gained more ground as they increased their lead to 22 shots when they brought in a total of 297. On the final day, TSU came in with a one-under par 287, a 35-shot lead and the cham- pionship. First year men ' s coach Bar- ney Burnett was awarded the 1987 Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year Award. by Jim Sullivan III 178 Golf Opposite Page: Top: Mike Wright chips from the sand. Bottom: Mem- bers: Row One: Shawn Doty, Tony Williamson, Robbie Cotten, Mike Wright, Allan Floyd and David Par- enti. Row Two: Coach Burnett, Jim Gottschall, Jeff Skipper, Mike Mor- ton, Brad Champion, Steve Souther- land, Todd Gilgrist and Danny O ' Toole. This Page: Top Left: Coach Burnett sets the standard for the team. Top Right: Steve Southerland follows through for a successful tee off. Bottom: Alan Floyd putts for a birdie. CROSSING ALL TEES Upper Right: Brad Champion tees off. Far Left: Robby Cotten concen- trates on his shot. Bottom Right: Shawn Doty follows through on a good putt. Opposite Page: Top Left: Brad Champion prepares to tee off. Top Right: Mike Wright hopes for a bird- ie from the green. Bottom Left: Steve Sutherland practices his swing. Bottom Right: Brad Champi- on prepares for the GSC Tourna- ment. - 180 Golf Golf 181 Par for the Course What would have been considered a great year for many collegiate women ' s golf teams on the NCAA Di- vision II level was below par for the year for the Troy State Lady Trojans. The 1986-87 year saw the defending na- tional championship team come back after losing only one player, and finish third in the nation. Led by All-Americans Tra- cy Boone and Tracy Wright, Troy State traveled to Elk- horn, Wisconsin in early May to defend their champion- ship. Also making the trip were Lynne Aubrey, Sa- mantha Brown and Lynda Hughes. At the tournament ' s end, Tracy Wright became a two-time Ail-American and Samantha Brown became an All-American. Tracy Boone earned the right to represent Troy State in the 1987 Division I Nation- al Championship in Albu- querque, New Mexico. Wright missed going with Boone because she had played in one tournament too few to qualify. A bright spot throughout the season was freshman Ju- lie Ransom who exhibited fine play throughout the sea- son. Disappointment came to the Trojans when Kim To- lomeo, a two-time All- American, and her sister, Tracy Tolomeo, dropped out of school at the beginning of the spring season. The only player lost to graduation in 1987 was two-time All- American Tracy Boone. 182 Women ' s Golf Top Left: Ly nne Aubrey drives for a shot on the green. Top Right Julie Ransom watches for the ball ' s land- ing. Bottom: Row One Lynne Au- brey, Tracy Boone and Lynda Hughes. Row Two: Coach Chris Force, Julie Ransom, Samantha Brown and Tracy Wright. Opposite Page: Top Left: Tracy Boone seems disappointed with her shot. Top Right: Lynda Hughes heads for the course for her daiK practice game. Bottom: Tracy Wright picks out the club for the best shot possible. Women ' s Golf 183 JlftY AL9NC Top Right: Sam Brown gets ready to tee off. Bottom Right: Tracy Boone follows through with a good stroke. 184 Golf Golf 185 Positive Attitude Pays Off The 1987 Lady Trojan soft- ball team had a successful season with a record of 16 wins and 13 losses. The year began early with practices and fund raisers in January to prepare for the upcoming games. The season got off to a rough start at the University of North Alabama tourna- ment with a 1-4 record. With much determination and hard work, the Lady Trojans bounced back to take first place at the West Georgia College Tournament. Team work played an enormous role in gaining wins this season. In addition to team work, everyone Top Right: The team gathers for en- couragement from the coaching staff. Above: Becky Bobo, Deanna Bazzell, and Lori Shores share strate- gy with other team members. Bot- tom Right: Jeannie Braswell runs to help Lori Shores get an opponent out. showed a tremendous amount of respect and sup- port for one another. Even though team work took them through the sea- son, they were led by several key players. Dee Dee Taylor and Laurie Smith were se- lected All Conference Play- ers for their pitching and de- fensive abilities as well as superb batting averages. Other key contributors were Becky Bobo, Jeannie Braswell, Ellen Henken, Nat- alie Wyrick, and Deanna Baz- zell, a graduating senior. Defense was the strongest aspect of the game and kept the Lady Trojans in many ex- tra inning contests. Unfortunately at the Con- ference Tournament, they were unable to come away with a win, despite playing excellent Softball. copy by Sue Killian 186 Softball Opposite Page: Top Left. ■ Ellen Hen- and Natalie Wyrick Row Two: ken concentrates on her swing. Top Coach Sue Killian, Lori Shores, Nec- Right: Deanna Bazzell puts out a cie Dobbs, Alice Johnson, Deanna Lady Cougar. Bottom: The team Bazzell and Dee Dee Taylor. Not Pic- members are: Row One: Lisa Shores, tured: Coach Ginger Sprague and Becky Bobo, Jeannie Braswell, Laurie Student Coach Doreen Haskell. Smith, Kelly Simpson, Ellen Henken Softball 187 s4 SauzaAccty Soccer The 1987 Troy State Uni- versity men ' s tennis team ended its season in second place in the Gulf South Con- ference, marking its best fin- ish in the conference play- offs since the program was restarted in 1983. The 1987 season marked the first time the Troy State men ' s tennis team ever hosted the Gulf South Conference cham- pionship on the TSU campus. The University of Tennessee- Martin took first place in the championship. TSU had its best season ever with a record of 15-2 and 6-0 in the GSC. This year ' s team consisted of vet- Top: Nick Kontos follows through for a successful shot. Bottom: Team members: Tony Kontos, Dario Grasso, Hans Niklasson, Michael Drummond, Luis Zurletta, Coach Dennis Rogers, Nick Kontos, David Good, Dewayne Paxton, Jeff Martin and Mark Rose. 188 Tennis erans David Good, Dario Grassio, Nick Kontos, and Jeffrey Martin. Newcomers included Luis Uzletta, red shirt sophomores Tony Kon- tos, Michael Drummond, and Hans Niklasson. David Good and Nick and Tony Kontos helped to lead the Trojans to their great finish in the GSC. Good won the number five singles. TSU ' s number one doubles team, Nick and Tony Kontos beat UTM ' s number one doubles team in the final round to claim the title of " GSC Doubles Cham- pions. " Top Left: Michael Drummond gives his all to a powerful swing. Bottom Left: Michael Drummond prepares for an overhead slam Boffom Right: Nick Kontos concentrates on re- turning a serve. Tennis 189 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 possible. With this being the Cen- tennial year, the cheer- leaders have remained busy throughout both football and basketball seasons. They have participated in fund raisers and have done public performances. The cheer- leaders won several awards throughout the year includ- ing the second place trophy in cheerleading competition for Division II schools. Top: Row One: Daune Adams, Iris Green and Gretchen Crim. Row Two: Krista Inman, Jean Brown and Greta Kantor. Row Three: Bill Gau- spohl, Keith Weeks, Jeff Drury and T-Roy. 190 Cheerleaders Cheering on the Trojans mm cjf ube vms The Lady Trojans had a re- cord breaking season, break- ing five indoor records and four outdoor records. Stephanas Brown led the women ' s program with an outstanding season in the hurdles. She ran the 100 me- ter hurdles with a time of 14.27 for the second fastest time in TSU history. She also set a school record of 60.45 in the 400 meter hurdles while competing at the na- tional championship. She was named most valuble ath- lete for the second consecu- tive year. This was an exciting year for the Lady Trojans. The 1987 Men ' s Track Team was the best ever. They set five indoor records and three outdoor records. The Trojans led the nation in several events during the year. One of the most excit- ing events was the mile relay in which the Trojans finished second at the national com- petition. This team consist- ed of George Bullard, Eric McPhee, Kenneth Banks, and Junior James. The 4x100 Relay Team was also very consistent during the year. They finished the year with a sixth place na- tional rating and a school re- cord. There were seven All American Trojans - Junior James, George Bullard, Eric McPhee, Rodney Rowser, Gary Henderson, Kenneth Banks, and Eardley Jarvis. Junior James was the first Trojan to earn All American Honors three times in one season. He was also named Most Valuable Player for track. copy by Coach Charles Oliver 192 Track w tf 1 Opposite Page: Top Left: Alonzo Walker handles the hurdles with ease. Top Right: Wendy McConico and Stephanas Brown practice to be the best Bottom: Row One: Jetf Harwell, Robert Shollar, junior James, Craig Taylor, Rodne Row- sen, Brent Dewar, Gary Henderson, Eardley Jarvis, Hans Hottkamp • Majors and Kenneth Banks Row Two: Woodrow Hinson, Marshal Majors, Tony Robinson, Bill Hib- bard, Adolphus Smith, John Bren- nan, Alonzo Walker Nuk . Winford Ashmore and George Bui- ard This Page: Top Left Woodrow Hin- son and Brent Devsar work together to improve their running snlc ( c left: Coach Oliver helps Eardle Jarvis check his running time. Top Ripht Kathnne Reid and Gar Hen- derson take i break from pr.t Bottom Lett Row One: Stephanas Brown, Wendv Pratt drea Hart, Patruia Pitt " , and Lisa Palmissano Row Two: kathnne Reid, Lee Dun- can, Wanda Edder Jamie P and Pam Johns! Traik 193 Keeping the Pace Opposite Page: Top Right: Chris Palmer takes a break to rejuvinate his sore muscles. Bottom Left: Women ' s Cross Country members are: Row One: Jennifer Lozzi, Janice Dehaye, Lisa Emry, Katherine Reid and Sherri Chapman. Row Two: Patricia Ken- ney, Lisa Palmissano, Coach Greg Hernandez, Pam Johnston, and Leigh Duncan. This Page: Above: Ja- nice Dehaye moves closer to the fin- ish line. Top Left: Robert Lambert times the women runners. Bottom Right: Men ' s Cross Country mem- bers are: Row One: Mike Ledbetter, Kenneth Banks, Hans Holtkamp and Robert Lambert. Row Two: Nick Wolf, William Hibbard, David Koon, John Brennan, Coach Greg Hernan- dez, Rob Shollar , Mike Turdo, Chris Palmer and Jeff Harwell. 194 Cross Country The 1986 cross country season opened September 20th with the men and wom- en ' s squad travelling to the Auburn Invitational. After a hard race by the young squads, the women placed a surprising second place be- hind perennial cross country powerhouse Auburn Univer- sity. The men finished the Auburn meet with a 3rd place finish behind eventual winner Auburn and South Alabama. As the season progressed the Trojan men and women improved at a steady pace. The next stop was the FSU In- vitational with the men and women both nabbing 2nd place in the college division. The next meet on sched- ule for the Trojans was the Furman Invitational in Greenville, South Carolina. The final standings had Troy State Lady Trojans at 10th place out of 19 schools. The men did not fare too well as they finished a disappointing 13th out of 29 schools. The Trojan men and wom- en ' s next meet was the Uni- versity of Florida Invitational where Troy State showed the NCAA Division I schools that Division II Troy State is not to be taken lightly. The men pulled a shocker over a na- tionally top ranked Florida school and took the college division team title while the women finished a strong third. With lady luck on the Tro- jans side, hopes of taking their own team title looked really well. The next meet on schedule would be their own invitational. After the final finisher crossed the finish line the Trojans once again prevailed as winners. The Trojan men took the team ti- tle with 20 points and the Lady Trojans scored a pertec t 15 points. The next meet to conquer was the Gulf South Confer- ence, which the men and women once again showed they were untouchable in their conference. Both Tro- jan squads breezed easily with wins as the men record- ed their 14th consecutive conference title and the women took their 7th con- secutive conference title. After the season came to .in end the Trojan men and women learned that, despite losing out on a return trip to the C - National Cross- Country competition, the had finished a near perfect season. Cross Country 195 Gulf South 196 Gulf South Conference Conference Football Mike Turk Ted Clem Freddie Thomas Marty Gilley Gerrick Pimienta Mike Wright Robbie Cottm Brad Champion Baseball Jud Rinaldi Warren Arrington James Wray Gulf South Conforonc e 197 v j to$v- i -.--. , • - ft. 198 Classes A co-ed takes .« break • ■ Charlie Finch Violet Taylor Section Editors Garry Cannon Lori Featheringill Jill Girdnei Leigh Golden Jim O ' Connor Sonya Plier Contributing Editors Cara English Four Seasons Greg Johnson Mike McKee Ed Moseley Donald Nors orth Photographs Classes 199 nmM ABRAMS - BARRO ABRAMS, HUDSON; Wetumpka, AL ACTON, DEBRA: Nokomis, FL ADAIR, RACHAEL; Troy, AL ADAMS, AMY; Ozark, AL ADAMS, CYNTHIA; Caryville, FL ADAMS, DAVID; Brundidge, AL ADAMS, MARIA; Lagrange, GA ADAMS, MELISSA; Banks, AL ADAMS, MICHELLE; Dozier, AL ADAMS, ,SAMUEL; Camden, SC AGUILAR, MARTIN; Montgomery, AL ALFORD, JESSE; Crestview, FL ALFORD, THOMAS; Wurtsboro, NY ALEXANDER, DEAN; Calera, AL ALICEA, ALBERT; Miami, FL ALLEN, DONALD; Florence, AL ALLEN, JENNIFER; Ozark, AL ALLEN, KATHLEEN; Hudson, FL ALLEN, KENDALL; Ariton, AL ALLISON, EDWARD; Troy, AL AM1SON, SONYA; Elba, AL ANDERS, BRETT; Sebring, FL ANDERSON, DONNA; Bellwood, AL ANDERSON, JASON; Enterprise, AL ANDERSON, KIMBERLY; Ponce De Leon, FL ANDERSON, MONICA; Spanish Fort, AL ANDERSON, TAMMY; Whigham, GA ANDERSON, TRINA; Bainbridge, GA ANDREW, SCOTT; Fern Park, FL ANTHONY, CHERYL; Brundidge, AL ARD, TRACEY; Dothan, AL ARD, STACEY; Dothan, AL ARENDT, JON; Petrey, AL ARGENTI, SUSAN; Miami, FL ARMSTEAD, TREME; Demopolis, AL ARMSTRONG,WILBRUN; Highland Home,AL ARRANT, MbLLIE; Abbeville, AL ARTHUR, DEBRA; Troy, AL ASKEW, GLORIA; Montgomery, AL ATKINS, CANDACE; Sweetwater, AL ATKINS, TIMOTHY; Pelham, AL ATKINSON, JENNIFER; Greeley, CO AUSTIN, KARMEN; Brundidge, AL AYRES, REGINA; Birmingham, AL BABB, MALCOLM; Daphne, AL BAILEY, DELLISS; Opp, AL BAILEY, PATRICK; Atlanta, GA BAKER, GARY; Eufaula, AL BAKER, GINGER; Glenwood, AL BAKER, JUDITH; Milton, FL BAKER, NATALIE; Montgomery, AL BAKER, RUSSELL; Brundidge, AL BAKER, SABRENA; Troy, AL BAKER, VALERIE; Opelika, AL BANKS, WILLIE; Dothan, AL BARBER, DEBORAH; Gulf Breeze, FL BARBER, ROBIN; Winter Garden, FL BARNES, RANDALL; Bonifay, FL BARNES, ROBERT; Troy, AL BARR, THERESA; Troy, AL BARR, TONY; Troy, AL BARRON, DONNA; Troy, AL BARRON, WARREN; Troy, AL B R 200 Freshmen ■ASS - BR fil 9 f , f ; 1 al BATIE, l aiima, Iroy, AL BATH I M I k i s a ' ss, Cofhen, AL BATTISTEUI. 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AL I _ _I7 JV lit Rtil cl tit Slo f F - r c - mc r-» n -t r I o -ri " " c_ 1 or some people, choos ing a college far from their home town is a dif- ficult decision. Some like to be close enough to drive home, if homesickness should set in. Others prefer to be far enough away to avoid going home. For two Troy State fresh- men, Gina Bentkowski and Amanda Trammell, both from a very distant Hawaii, coming to college, they thought, would be filled with unfamiliar faces. Gina, 1986 Hawaii ' s Junior Miss, came to TSU on a Ju- nior Miss scholarship. When the National Junior Miss Pag- eant was held in Mobile, she was encouraged to attend Troy State by her host family. " I didn ' t know much about Troy State, but the scholar- ship was attractive, " she said. At first, Gina had precon- ceived notions of what living in the South would be like. " Friends in Hawaii told me to be careful because I might run into some ratial prob- lems, because I am Asian, " she said. " But I ' ve found it easy to adjust to the South, people are very friendly here, " she added. Gina felt pretty sure she would be one of very few students here from Hawaii, and never expected anyone to be at Troy State from around her home town of Aiea on the island of Oahu. But what she found was a very pleasant, if not unbe- lievable, surprise. " One day I was walking across the Troy campus, and I heard someone yelling, ' Gina, Gina, what are you do- ing here? ' I finally realized, to my shock, it was Amanda Trammell from my high school in Hawaii, " Gina said. Amanda, from Pearl City, also on the island of Oahu, had decided to come to Troy about the same time Gina did, but under different cir- cumstances. " I wanted to come to Ala- bama and go to school be- cause my dad, who is in the Navy, will be retiring here soon. I wanted to be close to my parents, " said Amanda. Through the suggestions of her high school guidance counselor and her parents, who are from Alabama, she picked Troy State. Neither Gina nor Amanda knew the other was coming to Troy State. " We were friends in high school, but not real close, " said Amanda. " I had no idea she (Amanda) was coming to Troy, " added Gina. Another interesting cir- cumstance is that they both pledged the same sorority, which both agreed has cured some homesickness. " If I hadn ' t joined a soror- ity, I probably would have stayed in Hawaii after Christ- mas break, " said Amanda. In a high school graduating class of 400, the likelihood of Gina and Amanda knowing about the other ' s college plans may not seem so in- credible. But the fact that they chose the same college thousands of miles away is a remarkable circumstance. Right: Gina Bentkowski and Amanda Trammell 202 Freshmen ARTER - CRENSHAW 1 1 I r fil i ' ' ER, LATA! Al ER LORN AMV STEVEN ON, RICM WER PAMEI -,11 ( I SS ( IlkV ( HRISTOPHER . • in pi HAMIilRI WD MR|s- . M ( HAMHIks. DELISA; Prattvi ( HAMI Us MARSHA CHAMPION. »R MM | HANDIIR. ( HIR Al ( HAPMAN SHERI ( HAPPllll. MARUN CHARM I) M . ■ NJ CHASTAIN HEIDI l Hill V ANDRIW. Birn inghan Al HfMii v i arrv Dunndloi ( HISM, Rhonda m CLARK. HOLLEY; Richmond Hill. GA CLARK, PAMI II CLAUNCH. THOM ■ ( II MMONS 1 ' mi- ■ AL CLOUD, mk HAEl; Bonifay, ll COATES, ANSA, Bomfa II COATES, JAMEs. |, CAOTES, STACEY. Bonn.,. COBB, BRENDA. Ta COBB, WINDY, O drk. Al COLE, KATHV l nion Spring; COLQUETT, JOSEPH. Montgomery, Al ( ONDON, PRISCII; COOPER, MKHIII : COOPER MAC Y Blaket i GA COPELAND. ANGELA La CORDREN STANLE CORMNO 1KM M CORTE. KRisns Daphrx coskrm ( RI Dothan, al ( OSSON MIST t. R- UfORD HUH Opd k ( KUMOKM 5 othan, M ■■All V IAIN! B.ur KY TIN rien 203 EWS - EVAN CREWS, HEULON; Bonifay, F 3 itay, no, CROCKER, KAREN; Sarala CROSBY, SANDRA; Nashville, CA CROSWELL, JANET; Spanish Fort, A CROWSON, LEXIE; Tallassee, A CRUMPTON, CHARLES; Crestview, F CULPEPPER, WILLIAM; Troy, A CUMMINGS, STACEY; Daphne, A CURRY, CHRISTOPHER; Panama City, F CURRY, STEVE; Opelika, A CURTIS, PHILLIP; Huntsville, A DABBS, KIMBERLY; Auburn, A DANEL, DANA; Homosassa, F DANIELS, JAMES; Skipperville, A DANIELS, SHARON; Troy, A DAUGHERTY, BILL; Montrose, A DAUCHERTY, JANET; Mobile, A DAUGHERTY, MARION; Mobile, A DAUGHTRY, SONIA; Troy, A DAVIS, ANISA; Montgomery, A DAVIS, BRIAN; Milton, F DAVIS, JOHN; Greenville, A DAVIS, LISA; Fot Deposit, A DAVIS, ROBERT; Fort Payne, A DAVIS, STEPHEN; Elba, A DAVIS, TODD; Blakely, GA DAWSON, DAVID; Ozark, A DAWSON, KNOWLAN; Miami, F DEAN, JACK; Mobile, A DEBROSE, TOM; Sarasota, F DEER, LAURA; Mobile, A DEFEE, TONYA; Brantley, A DELANEY, ESTER; Montgomery, A DEMENT, CHARLES; Montgomery, A DENHAM, DONALD; Pike Road, A DENNIS, JOHN; Dothan, A DESHIELDS, CHARLES; Forest Home, A DEWAR, BRENTON, Largo, F DEWBERRY, ALETA; Bay Minette, A DINSMORE, GEORGE; Cape Coral, F DIXON, TRILANDA; Whistler, A DOGETT, TAWANA; Troy, A DONALDSON, MARY; Fairhope, A DONLEY, GARY; Birmingham, A DOTY, STEVEN; Troy, A DOWDELL, PAMELA; Montgomery, A DOWNIE, CONSTANCE; Clayton, A DOWNING, DAVID; Monticello, F DOZIER, KIM; Union Springs, A DOZIER, LESLIE; Hurtsboro, A DUBBERLEY, FRANK; Auburn, A DUNN, LUCINDA; Troy, A DUNN, POLLY; Montgomery, A DURHAM, WILLIAM; Fort Gains, GA DUNCAN, MARLA; Tuscaloosa, A DYAL, ALICE; Mt. Pleasant, F DYE, ELIZABETH; Tallahassee, F DYER, ALLISON; Auburn, A DYKE, RICHARD; Fairhope, A DYKES, JENNIFER; Troy, A EDWARDS, DANIEL; Crestview, F EFORD, ALFONZIE; Louisville, A ELLIS, JAMES; Mobile, A ELLIS, SHARON; Troy, A ELLISON, ANDREA; Robertsdale, A ELLISON, JAMES; Eufaula, A ELLSWORTH, ROXANNE; Brundidge, A ERICKSON, LOUIS; Ft. Walton Beach, F ETHRIDGE, JOHN; Evergreen, A EVANS, LISA; Clio, F m€i m 204 Freshmen EVANS-COREY PHILLIP, Huntsvili. [VANS. SHARRON, Millbfook, AL IVIRI I!. ( Aim. Creenvill«, Al (VIKMI ARI. AV,HA, Doihan. AL l lll. DIBBII. Anion. AL l mih. aiixis, Stephen , AL FALKENBFRRY. WILLIAM, Vdl ■ faoro, kk harij, Penucob, AL FARMER, CHARLA Troy, AL f RRIOR. CAYLEN; f ufaula, AL FAULKNER, TOM Wetumpkj, At FAVARULO, DAVID, Monty; FENN, JAY, Louisville, AL FIELDER, AMY; Montgomery, AL FIVIAN, MICHELL; Dayton, OH FLETCHER, RICHARD; Bradenton, FL FLOWERS, MARY; Montgomt FLOYD, CHARLES; Memit Island, FL FLOYD, LINDA; Troy, AL FLOYD, ROBERT; Troy, AL FLOYD, ROBERT; Goshen, AL FOLMAR, PAUL; Kinston, AL FOOTE, ANDREA, Ozark, AL FOREMAN, DARON, Troy, AL FOSTER, DOROTHY; Brundidge, AL FOSTON, ALMOND; Tuskegc ■■ FOWLER, JEFFREY; Port Sulfer, LA FRANKLIN, LAURA; Daleville, AL FRANKUM, WILLIAM, Montgom. FRANZIER, CURTIS; Enterprise, AL FREDERICK, THOMAS, Pensacola, FL FREEMAN, JOHN; Northporl, FL FREEMAN, GINGER; Birmingham, AL FULLER, DELLA; Montgomery, AL FULLER, LESLIE; Troy, AL FUQUA, JOSEPH; Brewton, AL GALLAGHER, JAMES; Jensen Beach. FL GALLE, JACK; New Orleans, LA GAMMON, BRIAN; Seminole, FL GANT, CYNTHIA: Rockledge, FL GANTT, CHARLES; Spanish Fort, AL GARDNER, ALFRED; Pensacola, FL GARLAND, MARLO; Troy, AL GARRETT, BRONDA; Brundidge, AL GARRETT, JESSE; Montgomery AL GARRETT, MARCUS; Tro. GARRETT, STANLEY; Banks, AL GARVIN, DUNREY; Pensacola, FL GATLIN, GIN A. l.i-tman, GA GAY, LAWRENCE; Sarasota, FL GEETER, JENNIFER; Tros GIBBS, WILLIAM; Camde n, Al GIBSON, HEZEKIAH, Brewton, AL GIBSON. IINNIFER. kinston. AL GIBSON, JON; Opp M Gibson SANDRA; Greenv M c. Al GILBERT, HE ATHERLY. Kinston. AL GILLES, EUGENIA; Mobile M GILES JINNIMR rroj AL GILLH riMOTHY; Dothan, Al GILLIAM RIHfCCA, Prattsille. Al C.ILLIS MtPHlY MontgOOM GIRDNLR. JILL Tr . GODSEY, ROBERT, Mien. AL GOEBEL, DAVID; Dunnellon. FL GOODWIN, APRIL Grand Ridge FL GOODWIN CHAR! Is Fori : GOODWIN. HI ABiTH TalbhasM GOPAIO s MANISH India GOREV Ml( MIIK. Plantation, FL Freshmen 205 COREY - HOFFMAN 3 COREY, STEPHEN; Plantation, EL GRACE, WILLIAM: Troy, AL GRAHAM, AMY; Alpine, AL GRAHAM, TERESA; Butler, AL GRANT, MARLON; Troy, AL GRANT, MARY; Troy, AL GRANT, YOLANDA; Montgomery, AL GREATHOUSE, TIMOTHY; Dadeville, AL GREEN, JOHN; Troy, AL GREGORY, ANDREW; Treasure Island, FL GREGORY, LAURA; Troy, AL GRIGGS, CINDY; Troy, AL GRIGGS, DEBRA: Montgomery, AL GRIFFIN, JENNIFER; Union Springs, AL CRIMES, KENNETH; Bessemer, AL GUY, MICHELLE; New Port Richey, FL HACKER, CAMILLA; Eclectic, AL HAGLER, ANGELA; Eufaula, AL HAJEK, GREGORY; Mongtomgery, AL HALL, DAVID; Luverne, AL HALL, PAUL; Fairhope, AL HALL, VERONICA; Troy, AL HAMMACK, JILL; Lakeland, FL HAMMONS, ANGELA; Scotsboro, AL HANSON, KATHRYN; Dothan, AL HANSON, SCOTT; Killen, AL HARBIN, LEE ANN; Lynn Haven, FL HARDEN, DALE; Banks, AL HARDRICK, AMY; Dothan, AL HARKINS, KATHLEEN; Longwood, FL HARPER, BRIAN; Sarasota, FL HARRELL, TRACY; Blakely, GA HARRINGTON, DWAYNE; Old Town, FL HARRIS, AL; Montgomery, AL HARRIS, CELESTE; Brewton, AL HARRIS, DANIEL; Prattville, AL HARRIS, EDDIE; Dothan, AL HARRIS, MELISSA; Ozark, AL HARRIS, SHANNON; Troy, AL HARISON, JULIE; Alabaster, AL HARRISON, LISA; Climax, GA HARRISON, RICHARD; Tuskegee, AL HARRISON, TINA; Brundidge, AL HART, EUGENE; Louisville, AL HART, ANDREA; Dothan, AL HARTLEY, JEFFERY; Dothan, AL HARTMAN, LAURA; Greenville, AL HARVELL, JOHN; Troy, AL HASSEY, SHERRY; Grady, AL HAUPT, DEREK; Sarasota, FL HAVARD, SHERIE; Crestview, FL HAWKINS, BRENDA; Panama City, FL HAWTHORNE, DAVID; Bradenton, FL HAYNER, ALISA; Troy, AL HEARD, JEFFREY; Newton, GA HEGLER, JOHN; Banks, AL HELMS, ALAN; Brundidge, AL HELMS, JAMES; Brundidge, AL HEPLER, STEPHANIE; Frostproof, FL HERRBOLDT, KATRINE; Enterprise, AL HERRING, JAMES; Ozark, AL HEWETT, HOWELL; Sneads, FL HICE, RICHARD; Lakeland, FL HICKMAN, DEE; Greenville, AL HIGDON, ROSYLN; Quincy, FL HILL, KATHEINE; Montgomery, AL HILL, LORI; Ozark, AL HILL, MICHAEL; Elba, AL HIVES, REHOBETH; Mobile, AL HOFFMAN, KENNETH; Coral Springs, FL 206 Freshmen HOiiiK. ]i am I II Auburn, AL HOllI V KANDAll. Sprague. Al noil INS, r- ari ' •. Mobile, Al HOI MAN, RHOND AL HOI Ml S ARH MAS i. H HOI ME5 ■ Al HOLTKAMP, JOHNM. lnus. HONEYCUTT, PRISf II I A, Birmingham, Al HOOl Al I XANDRA; Auburn, Al HOOMFS, MARVIN, Gi-orgiana. Al HORNE, RECINA; Marion, Al HORSLEY, JERWANDA AL HOUSTON. STANLEY: I HOWARD, DAVID, PI.. Al HOWARD, TODD; Crosby, TX HOWHL, JAYNA; Gull Bree e, FL HOVSII I KIMBERLY; Chancellor, AL HOWES, ERIC; Sarasota, FL HUANG, Ml( HAEL; Mananna, FL HUBBARD, HOUSY, Blufl HUBBARD, KIMBERLY, Russellville. Al HUDSON, ANN; Boca Grand.- II HUDSON, DAVID. I GA HUDSON. JENNIFER; Elba. AL HUDSON, LISA; Opp, AL HUDSON, STARLA; Freeporl, FL HUFF, STEPHANIE; Camden, AL HUGHES, DEANNA; Eulaula, AL HUGHES, ROY; Dothan, AL HUGHES, STEPHANIE; Goshen, AL HUGHES, VICKY; Graceville, FL HUGHES, WILLIAM; Monroe, CT HUGHEY, ANGELA; Marion, AL HUFF, STEPHANIE; Camden, AL HUNER, JEFFREY; Troy, AL HUNT, JASON; Opelika, AL HUNT, JUDSON; Opelika, AL HUNT, TODD; Bradenton, FL HUTCHINS, REGINALD, Blakelv. GA HUTSON, VIRGINIA Anchorage. AK HYBL, KIMBERLY; West Palm Beach, FL HYDE, STEPHANIA; Andalusia. AL INGRAM, CHUCK; Troy, AL IR IN. DAVID; Lanett, Al IRVIN, KIMBERn ; Lakeland, FL ISOM, CAROLYN. Abbeville. AL JACKSON, CHARLES; Mobile, AL JACKSON, CLIFFORD; Trov, AL JACKSON, KENNETH; Montgomery Al JACKSON, MARVIN; Goshen. Al JACKSON, MERCHELL; Trov, Al JACKSON, PEGGY; Ashford, AL JACKSON, SHEILA; Brudidge. Al JACKSON TONY; Blakelv, GA JAMES, VALERIE; Troj JEFFCOAT, Will I AM. Montgomery Al JEFFREY, JAMES; Trov. AL JETER, MICHAEL; Tuskeegee. Al IINRIGHT. WILllAM Trov. Al JINRIGHT. UFTT. Grjdv . Al (ONES, MARIMN l.iM-land. FL JOHNSON, AlK " F. Coden, Al JOHNSON Wi £1 V, Brewton. AL JOHNSON, DARLENE; Mobile. Al IOHNson IIRRV Trov. AL johnson k Saraknd ai IOHNSON kIM C Biro JOHNSON RONN .mna. AL iohnson shirmn Newville, Al JOHNSON SHIRR O ark Al JOHNSON - LEAKS JOHNSON, STEPHANIE; Chancellor, AL IOLLY, MARLON; Birmingham, AL JONES, ADINE; Troy, AL JONES, HOWARD; Birmingham, AL JONES, JOHN; Troy, AL JONES, LESLIE; Jacksonville, FL JONES, NADINE; Troy, AL JONES, TAMARA; Prattville, AL JONES, WENDELL; Montgomery, AL JORDAN, BRENDA; Montgomery, AL JORDAN, CHERYL; Montgomery, AL JORDAN, MARY; Troy, AL JUHOLA, LESLIE; Ozark, AL KANTOR, GRETA; Troy, AL KELLY, BARBARA; Troy, AL KELLEY, FLORENCE; Troy, AL KELLEY, JAMES; Elba, AL KELLEY, JOEY; Elba, AL KELLEY, SHERRY; Elba, AL KELLEY, YOLANDA; Montgomery, AL KELLY, RUSSELL; Troy, AL KENNEY, PATRICIA; Ft. Davis, AL KENYON, LISA; Davenport, FL KILPATRICK, DAVID; Luverne, AL KING, JENNIFER; Rolling Meadows, IL KING, SHERWANNA; Marlon, AL KING, TROY; Elba, AL KNIGHT, CAROLYN; Troy. AL KNIGHT, JOSEPH; Zephyrhills, FL KNIGHT, STEPHANIE; Newton, AL KNOWLES, BART; Gainesville, FL KOBET, CYNTHIA; Scottsboro, AL KONTOS, ANTHONY; Miami, FL KONTOS, NICK; Coral Gables, FL KOON, DAVID; Auburn, AL KROLL, RANDALL; Apopka, FL ;UMMEL, ANTHONY; Montgomery, AL KYSER, JOEY; Andalusia, AL LAGUARDIA, DAVID; Florala, AL LAGUARDIA, MARK; Florala, AL LAMB, TRACEY; Winfield, AL LAMBERT, CHARLES; Troy, AL LAMBERT, MICHAEL; Troy, AL LAMBERT, ROBERT; Dothan, AL LAMPLEY, CLARISSA; Brundidge, AL LANGFORD, TRACY; Montgomery, AL LARIMER, AMY; Coshocton, OH LARRIMORE, DAVID; Thomasville, AL LAW, JUDY; Troy, AL LAWRENCE, JAMES; Troy, AL LAWSON, JEFFREY; Geneva, AL LEAKS, ALVIN; Thomasville, GA 208 Freshmen LYNCH loid.nt nil J.nki Mi ros |)ftsonj1ly |)iii«nct. ' thi lit Re l el lU $lo f Walking .i(i the late i ampus, one i .m not help but not i e the beauty o the magnolia blossoms, azealas in bloom or pecan trees drapping the Bibb Graves quad. But, witb .ill the eye-ap- pealing sites on campus, there is one point of inter - est which is often ignored Sitting, almost unno- ticed, Detwecn Bibb Graves and McCartha halls is what looks like a large, somewhat ordinary rock However, the story be- hind the " rock " is what makes it a real jewel. " The rock is actually a piece of petrified wood, " said Milton Carter, direc- tor of the TSU physical plant. What makes this pie e of wood so special? " Sel- dom do you find petrified wood in this area, espe- cially a piece so large, " ac- cording to Carter ler. noyed farmei t ailed TSU, asl nv, it the I n had any use tor the roe [ bet ause it t ng him from c leanne .1 field ( 31 ter, re.ih iriK the r.iriU ot t he pel rifii to, brought it b.11 k tO I .nr.pus, ■ re it now sits. Sim e its plan ement on campus, Dorothy Adams, wife ot the h.HH ellor, has referred to the wood as a kissing roi !■ " I wanted to start .1 tra- dition, similar to the kiss- ing roc k at West Poll s.nd Mrs. Adams. " e don ' t have enough tradi- tion here at Tro , and I thought it would be nice to start the kissing rock tradition, " she add Though the tradition of the kissing roc k has n quite c aught on, the- petri- fied wood remains a p.nt of the campus environ- ment, it not a spot for c .1- sual kissing. LEE, DANIEL; Troy, AL LEE, JACK; lack M HN ' iO MARI M Montgomery II MMR MIC Mill ! LEONARD, sn RM|, Havana, M I l l s Kl IN Slocomb M IIWls 1HO 1 . LEWIS, LISA rallahassee n I I Wis M TM Nniljlusu) M itwts mi ni. P«nsacota 11 liuis s 11 phis Hayneville, M I I Wis WILLIAM; lackso LIDM, TOOD ndalusia M LITTll. II TMIR Tr.n M LOFTIN LISHA MoWIe, M LOGAN c,INl inN Montg LOOK UIMM ( II I OKI) I1IIN M01 M KMT M.LYSON Montso M IOTT l M n LOUIS PM I Ipoh Malaysii LOVI Ml) k ri si Petersbun l() I VNCII M lOWi RONALD M IOWIR N Nl LUCAS 5HEI ' II II NDHIRi. I Ri MN( M MIC MAEI I Freshmen 209 YSEK - M ][ LYSEK, FRANK; Troy, AL MACHEN, AMY; Lithonia, GA MACON, LADONNA; Wetumpka, AL MADDEN, KARMEN; St. Cloud, FL MADISON, SANDRA; Zolfo Springs, FL MACLIONE, RICK; Plantation, FL MAHONE, TERESA; Troy, AL MAJOR, MARSHALL; Fort Myers, FL MAJOR, PATRICK; Macon, GA MALLORY, ANDREA; Midland City, AL MANNING, ALICE; Lantana, FL MANNING, MATTIE; Montgomery, AL MARINO, TINA; Fort Myers, FL MARRAM, CHANTELLE; Troy, AL MARRIOT, ANNE; Phenix City, AL MARSHALL, JAMES; Brandon, FL MARTIN, JENNIFER; Ozark, AL MARTIN, MICHAEL; Mobile, AL MARTIN, RICHARD; Dothan, AL MARTIN, VINCENT; Nicholson, GA MARTY, ANGELA; Opp, AL MATHIS, JAMES; Satellite, FL MATHIS, JOEL; Newville, AL MATTHEWS, HOLLY; Holiday, FL MAXWELL, JOHN; Prattville, AL MAY, KENNETH; Grady, AL MCALLISTER, CARLA; Dothan, AL MCCALL, JOHN; Fitzgerald, GA MCCARTHY, ELIZABETH; Brundidge, AL MCCARTHY, VICKI; Rutledge, AL MCC LAIN, PARALEE; Midway, AL MCCLUNG, JOHN; Madison, FL MCCOLLOUGH, LAVONDA; Malvern, AL MCCOLLOUGH, MICHAEL; Elba, AL MCCOMBS, CURTIS; Birmingham, AL MCCORMICK, DONNA; Goshen, AL MCCONIC, WINIFRED; Naranja, FL MCCRACKEN, CHRISTOPHER; Troy, AL MCCRAE, ADRIENNE; Clayton, AL MCCULLOUGH, SANDI; Birmingham, AL MCCURDY, REESE; Lowndesboro, AL MCCURLEY, TAMMY; Dothan, AL MCDONALD, RICHARD; Fort Benning, GA MCDOWELL, BRAD; Sylacauge, AL MCEWAN, PAMELA; Sarasota, FL MCFADDEN, JODY; Montgomery, AL MCFILLEN, PATRICIA; Dothan, AL MCGHEE, WENDY; Rutledge, AL MCGILL, DEBORAH; Alachua, FL MCINTYRE, GEORGE; Troy, AL MCKEE, KEVIN; Atlanta, GA MCKEOWN, WILLIAM; Quincy, FL MCKINLEY, KENNETH; Demopolis, AL MCLENDON, SHERI; Troy, AL MCLEOD, KENNETH; Troy, AL MCLEOD, ROBERT; Goshen, AL MCMURTREY, LAURA; Montgomery, AL MCQUAGGE, EMILY; Troy, AL MCSWAIN, SHARON; Troy, AL MCWHORTER, SUSAN; Birmingham, AL MEADOWS, JULIE; High Springs, FL MEREDITH, JOSEPH; Banks, AL MERRILL, AUDREY; Heflin, AL MIDDLETON, MURRAY; Panama City, FL MILLER, ALICE; Safford, AL MILLER, MARGIE; Port ST Joe, FL MILLER, MICHAEL; Thomasville, AL MILLER, PATRICK; Union Springs, AL MILLER, SEAN; Brewton, AL MILLER, SUSAN; Millbrook, AL 210 Freshmen Zl MIUIR. rHOMAS Al mims Doi (,i - s Dothan, ai misc. uaniii . Brundidge -M MIK Hill. Mnoka Bonifay " MIK Hill. KIM I A Mobile. M mim HELL, SCOTT; I (.A MOBLFV anui a Brundidge, Al MOBLlY. kathy, Brundidge, ai MONC Kill. MARV Mobile, AL MOSKOI A1IRN Al MONTGOMERY, VANNII, Opelika, Al MOODY, KOTHIl, Opp, AL MOOKI. f HRis Miami, 11 MOORE, WANDA, laurel Hill, FL MORAM, LISA, Selma, AL MORGAN, MFRIDITH, Camden, AL MORGAN, MICHAF1. Iroy, AL MORGAN, TINA; Troy, AL MORRIS, MELISSA. Orange Springs, FL MORROW, KAREN, Elba, AL MOTES, JANET; Troy, AL MOUNTER, CAROLYN, Montgomery. AL MURPHREE, STEVE; Columbus, GA MURRAY, TARA, Thomasyille Al MUSGROVE, CARLA, Eufaula, AL MUSGROVE. JOSEPH; Eufaula. AL MYERS, TRACY, Eufaula, AL MYRICK, CEDRIC, Gainesville. Fl NASH, NEAL; Clarkston, GA NEELY, CHARLES; Fort Walton Bch . FL NEWMAN, ROBERT; Montgomery Al NEWMAN, TRACY; Ormand Beach, Fl NICHOLS, LOIS; Marion, AL NICHOLSON, DWAYNE; Banks, AL NIKLASSON, HANS; Sweden NISHINA: YASUHIKO; Japan NORRIS, ANTHON .Ijcauga, AL NORRIS, CYNTHIA; Montgomery, AL NORRIS, SCOTT; Lakaland, FL NORRIS, WILLIAM; Wewahnchka. FL NORTON, s()N A Troy, AL OATES, SHERRIE; Prattville, AL OCONNER, SHANNON Adel, GA O ' CONNOR, JAMES; Brunswick, GA ODLE, FLOYD; Montgomery, AL ODOM, SHERRY; Dothan Al OGDEN, LESLEY; Lake City Fl OLIVE, PATRICIA; Dothan, AL OSTEEN, TRACY; Hudson, FL QUINCEY, DAI I Tro Al OUTLAW, RHETT, Brundidge, Al OUIV NIHONY, ; EufauL PACHECO, noil Paxton, FL PACHECO, RFC BIN Horala. AL PADGETT, MELINDA Evt PALMIR SARA; Troy Al PALMISANO, LISA, Melbourne Beat h. Al PARAMORE, MICHAEL; Anton AL PARRIS, DOUGLAS, Clew Fston F I PARRISH, KI IN Warnef Robins GA PASTERNAK MAI riin Tallahassee, fi PATTERSON, DALE; Forest Pa PATTILLO, MARIA, Opelika AL PATTON IINNIHR Ocala. FL PAYNE, KEVIN Montgomery, AL PA NI PAI PEACCH K N. ,11 UO) Al PEACOCK CHARLES; Plant City Fl PI AK RICHARD. Montgomery Al PEO Lakeland Freshmen 211 PECCI, TRACY; Lakeland, FL PECK, PATRICIA; Benton, AL PEDERSON, CHRIS; Altoona, FL PELTON, DERRICK; Goshen, AL PENN, PATRICK; Chicago, IL PENN, PAUL; Donalsonville, CA PENNINGTON, KRISTINE; Columbus, GA PENNINGTON, LISA; Birmingham, AL PENNINGTON, WAYNE; Troy, AL PERRY, ANDREA; Montgomery, AL PERRY, WILLIAM; Eufaula, AL PETTIS, KELLY; Brandon, FL PHILLIPS, DONALD; Blakely, GA PHILLIPS, ROBERT; Montgomery, AL PHILLIPS, TAMMY; Ariton, AL PHINNEY, REBECCA; Sarasota, FL PICHARD, ERRIN; Tallahassee, FL PIERCE, FELICIA; Fairhope, AL PIERCE, HILLARY; Tuscaloosa, AL PITTMAN, JULIUS; Troy, AL PITTS, PATRICIA; Auburn, AL PLIER, SONYA; Jemison, AL POE, THOMAS; Tuscaloosa, AL POLIS, ROBERT; Port Charlotte, FL POLISH, EMILY; Deer Lodge, MT POLLARD, VALERI; Troy, AL PORTLOCK, CAROLYN; Montgomery, AL POUNCEY, GLADYS; Troy, AL On Founders Day, September 19, 1986, a local mer- chant decided to join in the celebration by recognizing 100 years of TSU in 100 feet of lettuce, tomatoes, turkey, ham and bread. The Deli Sub Shop donat- ed the sandwich, which was devoured by students, facul- ty, and visitors. In less than five or six minutes, nothing was left but a few crumbs and slivers of lettuce. Right: Tracy Pecci, a freshman from Lakeland, FL, cuts a section of the 100-foot sandwich, as others eagerly wait their turn. 212 Freshmen POUNCY - SAU sl t V POUNCY. |AMI ■ ■,. Al POWE, SHARON D I ' OWI Will ARD. ( ' „„• Idll Al I ' OWIII. CM I A Ar,.|.,l isu Al PRAl I, WENDY; Bahan I ' RK l. kin V Loganvilli I ' RK I STEPHANIE; M Al PROVITT, SHERYl; Montgomery, al PI ( Kill. KINDAII • i F| I ' l Ml ANGEI A Grove Mill. AL R ( IM. shikki Robertsdale Al RAHMING DIANNE; Bal ransom ji in Marietta GA RATI iff. PAUL; Horton, ai RAULERSON, DANNA Glen St Mary, 1 1 RAWLS DON AID I), itsville. AL RAY, LOUISE; Montgomery. AL Rl Al)l . JO ANN, Orlando. FL RIDDOCH, KATHIKISI Kill), ANIHONI H Al REED, hirnard. rheodore, AL Rl V NOLDS, MARK, ( Union, AL RHODES, LAMES; Troy, AL RIBAR. DANITA; Logwood, FL RICHARDson, MARTHA; Franklin, GA RICE, JOHNNY; Troy, Al RICE, RANDY; Pramille, AL RICE, ROBERT, Troy, M RICHARDSON, BARBARA; Ft. Walton Bch. FL RICHARDSON KIM. TrOj Al RICHARDSON, I ANNII. Tr. RICHARDSON SI SAN Ban! RlGClNs JAY; Sylacauga, Al RIGGS, RACHEL; Lakeland, AL RILEY, SHERRY, Durant, Ms RISH, U II 1.1AM; Port St. Joe, FL RISTER, LORI, Headland, AL RIMRs IRNI I I rrO) AL ROACH, VICKI Montgomery Al ROBERTS, JOHN Montgonru ROBERTS K A1IIIIIN 1 :. , | ROBERTS, VICTOR; Orlando Fl ROBINLTTF TRACI Anion AL ROGERS, CHARLES, Montgomer ROGERS, GLORIA Montgomery Al ROLLING IIIIIRV lir.. ROSE, KENNETH " ROSE, MICHAEL Venice, FL ROSEMAN. DEBORAH Montgomery, AL ROSS, daniii Montgomen al ROINTRI! KATRINA GA row I and sMiKin ( ayt( ROW s|R RODNIY; Demopohv AL ROVVSEY, ROBERT; Auburn Rl ( KIR PAIGE; Daphn. Rl SHING ! AMOR Elba, Al RUSSAW, shinik a, Abbevtik Rl SSELL, ALICIA; Moi M Rl SSELL, AlllN Trov Kl sSELL, DOLGLA Elizabethtown ni RLTl 11)1,1 RACHAEL; Thomasvil i s l 1IR AM, 1 1 I.. s niR. Bim Newvllle, al SAI TIR WIND 1 ) l mon Springs SANDERS m l rvt rnt SANDERS LAURA Ktlai I -v NDIRs M|, SANDERS SI V ' rroy M SASSER TOMMII Bran: SAI LS Kwi Guntersvil ■ Freshmen 213 SCARBOROUGH - STEPH It SCARBOROUGH, JOHN; Frostproof, FL SCARBROUGH, VINCE; Clanton, AL SCAVONE, RAY; Kissimmee, FL SCHAEFFKEN, JOERG; Troy, AL SCHLEICHER, WILLIAM; Ormond Beach, FL SCHMOOCK, MATTHIAS; Germany SCHOFIELD, WADE; Highland Home, AL SCHROEDER, STEVEN; Montgomery, AL SCHWERER, MICHAEL; Fort Pierce, FL SEARS, TOBI; Lake Placid, NY SEGERS, MELEA; Bonifay, FL SELLARS, KIM; Bainbridge, GA SELLERS, CARL; Greenville, AL SENN, DOUG; Troy, AL SEWELL, ANTHONY; Selma, AL SEXSON, KIMBERLY; Montgomery, AL SHANK, JODI; Seminole, FL SHARP, PATRICK; Leeds, AL SHARPE, ELLIE: Andalusia, AL SHEFFIELD, STACY; Ozark, AL SHELLEY, NANCY; Headland, AL SHEPARD, MELANIE; Emelle, AL SHERMAN, DANIEL; Lakeland, FL SHIRMOHAMMAD, CHRIS; Land O ' Lakes, FL SHONK, RHONDA; Ozark, AL SHORT,KATHY;Opp, AL SHORTER, DANIEL; Birmingham, AL SIEVERS, JOHN; Phenix City, AL SILER, DELOIS; Troy, AL SIMPSON, KELLEY; Newman, GA SIMMONS, CELIA; Geneva, AL SIMONSON, DAVID; Irvington, AL SIMPSON, PETER; Pensacola, FL SKEEN, LISA; Ozark, AL SKEEN, ROSALIND; Pensacola, FL SKELTON, LISA; Gadsden, AL SLATON, MICHAEL; Cumming, GA SMITH, CAROLYN; Montgomery, AL SMITH, CATHY; Montgomery, AL SMITH, KITTIE; Troy, AL SMITH, EDNA; Hayneville, AL SMITH, LENDON; Italy SMITH, MELODY; Pine Apple, AL SMITH, PATRICK; Blakely, GA SMITH, PATRICK L.; Ormond Beach, FL SMITH, REBECCA; Montgomery, AL SMITH, TANYA; Troy, AL SMITH, TOBEY; Ormond Beach, FL SMITH, YOLANDA; Mobile, AL SNELL, MARK; Ashford, AL SNIDER, CHRISTOPHER; Dothan, AL SNYDER, BART; Goshen, AL SOISSON, LOUIS; Milbrook, AL SOTO, GINA; Montgomery, AL SOUTH, CINDY; Bessemer, AL SOUTHERN, DAWN; Stockton, AL SPARTKS, DEBORA; Montgomery, AL SPEAR, TAWANA; Piedmont, AL SPENCER, CYNTHIA; Beatrice, AL SPIKES, TERESA; Geneva, AL SPIVEY, ARTHUR; Morgantown, W.V. STAFFORD, GREGORY; Hudson, FL STAPLIN, JENNIFER; Pensacola, FL STEPHENS, ANTOINETTE; Brundidge, AL STEPHENS, BEVERLY; Troy, AL STEPHENS, RAE; Crestview, FL STEPHENS, RANDAL; Auburn, AL STEPHENS, STEPHANIE; Troy, AL STEPHENS, SUSAN; Rutledge, AL STEPHENS, TERESA; Troy, AL ? p m 214 Freshmen . STEPTOE, BRL( I. Gainesville, II STEVENS, III a-, ' i| .. Al STEWART, SHANNON; Millbrook, Al STOCKS, KIMBI RLY; Selma, AL STONE, KATHIKIM AL sioky, AMI MA, Enterprise, AL STOLDI MIRI , SONYA; Prattville, AL sjratton, GARY; lacksonvitle, M STRAUUIN, DANIEI . Daphne, Al STREETS, SHIRYL, Birmingham, AL STRICKLAND, mary, Eclectic, Al STRK KLAND, Will KM, Clio, AL sirin(,ik, donna, Honoraville, al STRINGER, KATRENA, Troy, AL SULLIVAN, JINNIKR, Butte, MT SULLIVAN, SEAN, Newton, AL SUMMERALL, DAVID; Vero Beach, AL SUMMERS, STEVEN; Parish, IN SUMNER, ELIZABITH; Northport, AL SW ANIGAN, ASKER, Guin, AL SWINDALL, PHYLLIS; Troy,AL TABLER, JEFFREY; Daleville, AL TAUNTON, RENA; Tallassee, AL TAYLOR, CRAIG; Bahamas TAYLOR, DEANNA; Auburndale, AL TAYLOR, JIMMY; Eufaula, AL TAYLOR, LATONGA; Montgomery, AL TAYLOR, VIOLET; Luverne, AL TAYLOR, WENDELL, Brundidge, AL TAYLOR, WILLIAM; Troy - L TERMINE, FELICIA; Satellite Beach, AL TERRELL, MICHELLE; Montgomery, AL TEW, TIMOTHY; Newville, AL THOMAS, JURT; Montgomery, AL THOMAS, LESIA; Geneva, AL THOMAS, SHELIA; Montgomery, AL THOMAS, WILLIE; Troy, AL THOMAS, ZANETTA; Troy, AL THOMASON, RODNEY; Columbus, GA THOMPSON, CHERI; Monroeville, AL THOMPSON, JOHN; Thomaston, GA THOMPSON, JULIE: Greenville, AL THOMPSON, KENNE; Columbia, AL THOMPSON, MICHELE; Tro THORNTON, DIANM. Montgom. THORPE, JULIE Lakeland, AL TICE, CHRISTIE, Verbena, AL TILL, ELEZABETH; Greenville, AL TIMBS, TABATHA; Birmingham, AL TODD, STACY, Sebring, FL TOMLIN, HUGH; Orange Park, Fl TOMLIN, TAMALA; O .uk. Al TRAMMELl AMANDA shac kleford, AL TRATHOWFN, C ROhS. alnco,AL TRAVIS, MARGARET; Sarasota, FL TRAWICK, karin. Montgomery, AL TREADWELL, MICHAEL; Brundidge, AL TRIPPI, MICHAEL; Lapine, Al TRUESDELL, DlNNls seale, AL TUCKER, ANUt Kriton AL TURBERVILLE, CATHY Monroeville. AL TURNER, ANGELA; Trov, AL TURNFR KIMBI R1V Minette Al TURNER, SONJA; Lagrange, GA TURVIN MAIINDA: Brundidv USSERV AM . Troy, AL ML, CAROL; Montgomery, Al NSANDT, MARK Millbrook M RSM S MANTHA, O ark Al i f ron. Linden i Fro ' .hmen 215 VICE - WILSON VICE, SHERRIE; Monroeville, AL VICK, DARRON; Pine Hill, AL YICKERY, RUSS; Mckenzie, AL VINES, STUART; Birmingham, AL VINSON, DANA; Slocomb, AL VINSON, JIMMY; Sarasota, FL VOYLES, LORI ANN; Sarasota, FL WAGNER, ROBERT; Florence, AL WALKER, DAYNA; Semmes, AL WALKER, GARY; Ozark, AL WALKER, KAREN; Alex City, AL WALKER, TOBY; Albertville, AL WALLACE, HOWARD; Troy, AL WALLACE, SHERRY; Montgomery, AL WALLACE, SHERRY; Enterprise, AL WALLEY, ROBERT; Troy, AL WALTERS, RUTH; Troy, AL WALTERS, WENDY; Sarasota, FL WARD, SYLVIA; Montgomery, AL WAREN, CYNTHIA; Camden, AL WARR, TOBY; Banks, AL WATFORD, TINA; Bonifay, FL WATFORD, TRACY; Hurtsboro, AL WATSON, CATHRYN; Monticello, FL WATSON, JAMES; Eufaula, AL WATSON, JENNIFER; Cottonwo od, AL WATSON, JOSEPH; Troy, AL WEATHERFORD, ELIZABETH; Uriah, AL WEBB, WILLIAM; Montgomery, AL WEEKLEY, KEITH; Cantonment, FL WELCH, TIM; Sarasota, FL WELLS, STEPHANIE; Cottonwood, AL WEST, LORI ANN; Dothan, AL WEST, TAMMY; Luverne, AL WESTERN, TAMMI; Demopolis, AL WHALEY, JOSEPH; Port St.Joe, FL WHETSONE, KIMBERLON; Montgomery, AL WHITE, REGINA; Troy, AL WHITE, RHONDA; Donalsonville, GA WHITE, RUTH; Rapid City, SD WHITE, SHARON; Ormond Beach, FL WHITE, SHEREE; Troy, AL WHITE, THOMAS; Laurel Hill, FL WHITMAN, JAMES; Troy, AL WHITMER, DONNA; Sarasota, FL WIGGINS, SHERRI; Kinston, AL WILDER, MARC; Lakeland, FL WILKES, CHRIS; Goshen, AL WILKES, JOHN; Luverne, AL WILKINS, WILLIAM; Troy,AL WILKINSON, JEFF; Brundidge, AL WILLIAMS,CHARLIE; Fort Walton Bch, FL WILLIAMS, DOUGLAS; Titusville, FL WILLIAMS, DWAYNE; Donalsonville, GA WILLIAMS, FRANK; Montgomery, AL WILLIAMS, MICHELLE; Troy, AL WiLLIAMS, SAMUEL; Anda lusia, AL WILLIAMS, STEPHANIE; Georgiana, AL WILLIAMS, TINA; Eufaula, AL WILLIAMS, VIVIAN; Pensacola, FL WILLIS, ANITA; Mobile, AL WILLIS, GREGROY; Wetumpka, AL WILLIS, LUCILLE; Montgomery, AL WILLIS, WILLIE; Georgiana, AL WILLOUGHBY, DAVID; Forest Park, GA WILLOUGHBY, GARY; Ariton, AL WILSON, CHARLES; Montgomery, AL WILSON, JULIE; Opelika, AL WILSON, MARIE; Goshen, AL WILSON, WILLIAM; Mobile, AL iqnOF I i I CPjOl 216 Freshmen pr i m rt; 3 n To ( ommemorate Troy Stan- ( entenniai, the Alabama legisla- ture passed an .a i issuing of- tic ial TSU lie ense platt The first three letters on the pi rsu. " The buyer of the commemora- tive tag could selec t any combination of numbers available up to 9,999. Sine e so few tags were being manu- factured, it was presumed that the plates would be- come collectors ' items at some point in the future. The tags were available for a one-time charge of $10 from the probate judge in the county the car was regis- tered in. article by Regina Hudson K yhf.Chantellor Adams prouclK displays his Centennial license plate lh the numbers, " 0001. " winborm . K- nioM) Lean GA WINDH-WV IOHV Rol M WINCARD, |A Qi lin Mathews, M WISE, JO fills Kinston, l WITHAM, GLENN; Deerneld, nh WOLD IOHN I nion Springs. M WOOD, PEGCN; Montgomery M WOOD Wllll M Titus M UOODIIWI sTfPM-Wlf; O Jrk. [ ()()[)s ( I RK | M WOOLARD, B- RB R Homestead Fl WOOTEN ( l mo W wahitchka. H work c MUtRiM, lacfcsonville, FL WRIGHT Bf l- MIV Plant ( it) ft URIC, HI DIANI Imu m WRIGHT. |AMES Pensacola. FL ions, ubun wru.hi MARY; Tavares, H W Ml BR -W Dough YANCE rAMMII M 1 iwilt Montsj ' i ill Disc, Blwi n. Smiths M MlDlll sm ro Montgomei VOL M.BIOOD. HIRBIRT Tro M Freshmen 217 ©ra ARON - BOUTWELL AARON, JANE; Athens, GA ABEH, HUMPHREY; Cameroon ABERCROMBIE, ALLISON; Louisville, AL ABERCROMBIE, WILLIAM; Douglas, GA ABERNATHY, PENNY; Montgomery, AL ADAMS, JOHN; Stuart, FL ADAMS, JON; Troy, AL ADAMS, RACHEL; Troy, AL ADAMS, ROWENA; Goodwater, AL AIKEN, FRANKLIN; Mobile, AL AJAEGBU, NGOZI; Montgomery, AL ALESSANDRONI, MARK; York, PA ALLISON, STEPHANIE; Daleville, AL AMOS, CLIFFORD; Thomasville, AL ANDERSON, CHRISTOPHER; Mobile, AL ANDERSON, ERIC; Chancellor, AL ANDERSON, SHARHONDA; Grady, AL ANDREWS, SHARIE; Troy, AL ARCHIE, CHARLES; Opp, AL ARMSTRONG, FREIX; Montgomery, AL ARNOLD, RENEE; Nashville, TN ARTHUR, WILLIAM; Troy, AL ATKINS, TONY; Eufaula, AL AUBREY, LYNNE; Mohnton, PA AULTMAN, MARY; Crestview, FL AVERY, DIANA; Ft Meade, FL BAKER, BENJAMIN; Tallahassee, FL BAKER, ERVIN; Tuskegee, AL BAKER, JOY; Decatur, GA BAKER, KEN; Troy, AL BALDUCCI, LYNET; Sarasota, FL BALDWIN, PATRICK; Tulsa, OK BANKSTON, MORRIS; Ozark, AL BARFIELD, CAROL; Opp, AL BARNES, WILLIAM; Andalusia, AL BARNETTE, EVERETT; Fairhope, AL BARR, MASON; Enterprise, AL BARRON, DEBORAH; Troy, AL BARROWS, PETE; Auburn, AL BARTON, CAROL; Brewton, AL BARTON, CHRISTINE; Rockledge, FL BARTON, KENNETH; Gantt, AL BARTON, SHARON; Gantt, AL BAUGH, KAREN; Thomasville, AL BAXLEY, WILLIAM; Montgomery, AL BECK, RONALD; Phenix City, AL BECK, TERESA; Lapine, AL BEECH, GAYLE; Montgomery, AL BELL, ALICIA; Columbus, GA BELL, ANNEMARIE; Florence, AL BENEFIELD, LAURA; Graceville, FL BERGESON, JAMES; Lagrange, GA BIANCHI, DIEDRA; Montgomery, AL BLACK, MIKE; Phenix City, AL BLA CKBURN, LISA; Georgiana, AL BLACKMON, BRYANT; Dothan, AL BLAIR, DONALD; Troy, AL BLOW, DARYL; Lakeland, FL BOGGS, CHARLES; Winter Park, FL BOLLING, KAREN; Montgomery, AL BONN, MARGARET; Enterprise, AL BOSHELL, ALVIN; FT Lauderdale, FL BOUTWELL, LISA; Troy, AL nppfiip 218 Sophomores M At ! « j .a • BOWDOIN, SAMUEL; Durant, H BOWFS, KlBK ( . Lakeland, fl BOX, TF.RRI, Oneonta, AL BRACEWELL, IDA SUE; Andalusia. AL BRADFORD, JONAIH-VS. Sylacauga, AL BRANNON, KIMBERLY; Donalsonville, GA BRANTLEY, JO ANNA; Troy, AL BRANTLEY, MICHAEL; Flomaton, AL BRASWELL, JEANNIF, Birmingham, AL BRI IMNAN, JOHN. Largo, FL BRINCARDNI R, JOSEPH; Orlando, FL BRITTON, DAVE; Montgomery, AL BRODERICK, PATRICK; Pensacola. Fl BRODERICK, PEYTON; Pensacola, FL BROOKS, FRANK; Montgomery, AL BROOKS, NORRIS; Smiths, AL BROWN, CHRISTOPHER; Lakeland, FL BROWN, DEREK; Phenix Citv, AL BROWN, HOLLAND; Dothan, AL BROWN, JOHN; Brewton, AL BROWN, REBECCA; Wetumpka, AL BROWN, ROSE; Verbena, AL CROWN, SAMANTHA; South Bend IN BROWN, SUSIE; Clenwood, AL BROWN, TONY; Saraland, AL BRYANT, GREGORY; Troy, AL BRYANT, WILLARD; Georgiana, AL BUEHLER, BRUCE, Sarasota, FL BUFF, SCOTT; Marrieta, GA BULGER, WANZIC; Montgomery, AL BULLARD, GEORGE; Bahamas BURCH, PHILIP; Troy, AL BURKE, VALERIE; Eastpoint, FL BURRELL, WARREN; Jackson, AL BUSH, JONATHAN; Jackson, AL BUSH, PHILIP; Andalusia, AL BUTLER, SHANE; Eclectic, AL BUTTS, JOHNNY; Columbia, AL CAIN, BRIAN; Grand Bay, L CAIN, KERON; Kinston, AL CAIN, ROBERT; Geneva, AL CAIN, TODD; Orlando, FL CARROLL, SHERRY; Montgomery. M CARTER, CHARLES; Ariton, AL CARTER, ROBERT; Grady, AL CARVER, JAMES; Cairo, GA CHANCEY. JACK; Montgomer CHILDERS, LEE; Skipperville, AL CHIPMAN, WILLIAM; Arcadia, FL CHRISTENSEN, RAE ANN; Elberta M CHRISTIAN, JOAN; Montgomery M CLARK, BRYAN; Opp. AL CLARK, DAWN, Largo. FL CL ' VRK, DlVNM Montgomery V1 CLARK, STACEY, Milton. FL CLICKNER, DAVID; Columbus, GA CLIKAS, CARRIE. Marianna. FL CLOUD, LAWRENCE; Bonitay, H COLEV LM Ril mery, M COLLIER. PATRICIA. Warrior l COLVIN, LINDV Montgomery. M COMPTON. Tl A. Luvenw II KAREN; Prattyille. M Sophomores 219 CONNER - DEE T t K 4l cl %(U, ylow Co m p u t e r W o r k s , located in Room 212 Adams Cen- ter, is a center, newly established to pro- vide computer training and assistance to faculty and students. The facility and students. The facility contains twenty IBM-XT personal computers with one printer for every two computers. The center also provides various com- puter programs compatia- ble with the IBM-XT com- puters. The purpose of the fa- cility is to provide training to teachers in computer technology and computer utilizations. Mr. Robert Sheppard, Director of Computer- Works, aimed at imple- menting the Center ' s goals. He introduced ComputerWorks and many of the uses of the computers in the Center to numerous classes. ComputerWorks is part of the Student Develop- ment Support Services program directed by Dr. Angela Roling, Director of Title III, in the Student Af- fairs Division. The Center for Developmental Educa- tion directed by Mr. Jim- my Holley and the In-Ser- vice Center directed by Mr. John Osburn have as- sisted in establishing Com- puterWorks. " We hope that Compu- terWorks will enable fac- ulty, staff and students to gain computer literacy and computer utilization skills, " said Dr. Roling. CONNER, LLOYD; Troy, AL CONRAD, LARS; Germany COOK, GLEN; Farmersville, AL COPEN, CATHERINE; Enterprise, AL CORBITT, KARA; Crestview, FL COSKREY, MARSHA; Dothan, AL COSPER, CHRISTOPHER; Opelika, AL COTTON, MARSHALL; Montgomery, AL COW ART, LESSIE; Goshen, AL CRAIG, AMY; Selma, AL CRAVEY, KIMBERLY; Mobile, AL CRENSHAW, ANGELA; Montgomery, AL CRIM, GRETCHEN; Alabaster, AL CRISP, LAWRENCE; Troy, AL CROW, CATHERINE; Montgomery, AL CULLEN, ANNA; Tallahassee, FL CURENTON, CELENA; Troy, AL CURTIS, MILDRED; Montgomery, AL DAILEY, ELAINE; Camden, AL DAILEY, LANA; Trussville, AL DAMRON, DAVID; Montgomery, AL DANIEL, KAREN; Grady, AL DANIEL, SHARON; Montgomery, AL DANSBY, KIMBERLY; Troy, AL DAUGHERTY, FRANK; Montrose, AL DAVENPORT, JAMES; Jemison, AL DAVENPORT, PATRICIA; Troy, AL DAVIS, BETH; Panama City, FL DAVIS, DONNA; Pell City, AL DAVIS, STANLEY; Troy, AL DAVISON, DEBORAH; Fort Deposit, AL DEAN, IOANN; Montgomery, AL DEAN, JOHN; Dothan, AL DECKER, SHERRI; Margate, FL DEE, HELEN; Opp, AL 21 SP TO 220 Sophomores r. i J i IP» O; IfifcB Dim. iisa. i:; Dl R mi - P M I •• DESMOND, KIM W 1)111 ARD. HAKRII I. Ir,,v, AL DIXON, HAROLD; Halt I DIXON, mi S; ll dohhs. ( Aki a. Birmingham, M DONOHI I assi. Lakeland, ll DORMIR. ( HARLES; Beverl) HilU U Doi Q W 5TEPHANII Headland, AL DOMI . DONNA; Fallahass. ■ II DRK.C.IRs w M Ilk prinKS. AL DUDm MARGI I Kill Dl saw ( HlRll Dothan, M IN, WILLIAM; Sicklerville, sj ni RR, madiii . tbbeville, M mi. mic mm I rallahassee, H DYESS, Will I AM. 111... Al EASTIN, JILL, Huntsville, AL IDFLBFRG, KATHARISI. Monti. «-llo, GA IDISFHID. Klss . c arencro l a EDGE, DARRis, Montgomery, AL IDW ARDs ASCII. AI.Im-.iII.-. Al EDWARDS, mk MMI rroj Al ll)W ARDs rHOMAS; Cull Breeze Fl I I I ISGTON, ROBERT; Br.-wton. Al II I IS, DAW. Iro,, AL ELLIS, IEFFIRV. Mobile, AL II MORI, DIBRA. Opp, AL IMRY, LISA; Winter Haven, FL ENGLISH, CARA; Elba, AL ENGLISH, I amis, Elba, AL ISHNGER, JULIE; Sarasota, FL I I HI RIDGE, CYNTHIA; Ashford, AL EVERATT, CHRISTY; Hollywood, FL l aison SHAWN; Foley, AL FARABEE, LITTA, Andalusia, AL FEATHERINGS, LORI, Sebring, FL FERRY, DAYNA; Atkinson Ml IINDLATER, JOHN; Phcnix C l ink. IOANIE; Montgomery Al FITCH, ANGELA; lisman. Al FLETCHER, ALFRED, Indiantown, FL FLOLD |AMES; Troy, Al FLOYD ( ARI A T 0) Al FONT, GRICELLE; Puerto Run !( »l MAIS si SAN; r r0 y, Al FOURNIIR anuria. Manchestei mi FOWLER, ELIZABETH, Montgomery, Al FRALISH. VINCE; Al IK ANDI, JACKI. Montgomen Al iraskhs ONnin. Harpersvil • I RUM vn T amm M bevi irimmir brim rampa ll I KITH, ROBERT; Planters ill.-. M FUSSHI TIRRN. Milton 1 1 C VNDY, Ol IDA. Montgomen Al G KKl n kimbiriv Banks i CARRISON WIND 1 ! Hartselli GAY, GERALD - ll GIBSON, Pi ill I IP. lemis. GILBFRI C AMIRO. Tro M GILGRIST. TODD, Mpharetta. GA GILLEY, PHILLIP; Dothan i ell HAM DIBOR Ml Montgomen M (.11 MORI MAR Moi 1 (.IRDNIR IISSIHR Tro Al Gl ADDIS I ' M I Birmingham, M (.1 ADWIII MK HUH Monti (.1 ID! Will S I •. M Sophomore . 2J1 GOGGAN, JUDITH; Montgomery, AL GOLDEN, LEIGH; Natasulga, AL GOLDSMITH, GREGORY; Montgomery, AL GOODWIN, KRISTA; Tallahassee, FL GORE, KIMBERLY; Montgomery, AL GOTTSCHALL, JAMES; Ozark, AL GRADY, JERRY; Montgomery, AL GRAFALS, ANTHONY; Birmingham, AL GRAHAM, MARK; Brundidge, AL GRAY, PHILLIP; Salem, AL GREEN, JEFFREY; Plantersville, AL GREEN, JUNE; Enterprise, AL GREEN, RILEY; Troy, AL GREEN, ROBYN; Montgomery, AL GREEN, WILLIAM; Billingsley, AL GRESSEL, MARK; Tallahassee, AL GRICE, STEVE; Troy, AL GRIFFIN, MARTHA; Brundidge, AL GRIGGS, IANTHIA; Montgomery, AL GRIMES, ANNIA; Destin, FL GRIMES, MICHELLE; Elba, AL GRISWALD, ASHLEY; Troy, AL GROVER, TAMMY; Ashford, AL GUILFORD, TIMOTHY; Tampa, AL GUILLIAMS, MICHELE; Montgomery, AL GUILLOTS, SUE; Montgomery, AL GUNN, MARY; Thomasville, AL GUNTER, DONNA; Troy, AL HAGADORN, TAMMY; Mt. Dora, FL HALE, TRINA; Goshen, AL HALL, BRIAN; Brantley, AL HALL, CAROL; Hartford, AL HALL, DARRYL; Union Springs, AL HALL, RICHIE; Marianna, FL HALL, TAMMY; West Palm Bch., FL HAMMACK, AMY; Lakeland, FL HAMMETT, DEBRA; Midland City, AL HANCOCK, TODD; Troy, AL HAND, DEBORAH; Ozark, AL HARRELL, SONYA; Atmore, AL HARRIS, KEVIN; Bessemer, AL HARRIS, LEROY; Demopolis, AL HARRIS, SHERRY; Alma, GA HARRISON, DAVID; Florala, AL HARRISON, JEFFREY; Brundidge, AL HARRISON, ROLAND; Tuskegee, AL HARWELL, JEFREY; Huntsville, AL HAYES, BARBARA; Coral Gables, FL HAYES, RHONDA; Troy, AL HAYNES, ARELIOUS; Blakely, GA HEAD, JAMES; Andalusia, AL HEATH, KENNETH; Warner Robbins, GA HELMS, GRETCHEN; Lille, AL HELMS, MONA; Brundidge, AL HENBY, DONALD; Honolulu, HA HENDRICKS, BART; Jay, FL HENRY, LOUIS; Pittsburgh, PA HIBBARD, WILLIAM; Satellite Bch., F HICKS, SUZANNE; Brundidge, A HICKS, TINA; Opelika, A HILL, ASHLEY; Irvington, A HILL, JENNIFER; Birmingham, A HILL, SUZY; Town Creek, A HINES, DEBORAH; Eufaula, A HODGES, PAUL; Slocomb, A HOLLAND, BARBARA; Montgomery, A HOLLAND, RICHARD; Montgomery, A HOLLON, KIMBERLY; Grady, A HOLMAN, VONDA; Birmingham, A HOLMES, JEFFREY; Troy, A 222 Sophomores HONI YCUT, MARTINA, Birmingham. AL HOOK 5 MARIA; M ll()K[() , |OHN ., Al hoskins. EVI mh, fl HOMY, PAUL, Camp Hill. AL Howard. BRI 1 1, rroy, al HOWARD, FELICIA; Montgomery. AL hough, m Ol i. Orlando, Fl HOWELL, DAWNA; Troy, AL HUDLI Y, DANIEL; Brundidge, Al HUDSON RECINA; Elba HUGHIs. LYNDA; rroy, AL HI GHE1 II ' . ' . Ima, AL HURST, TRACIE; Letohatchee, AL HUTCHINSON, DARLENE; Elba, AL HUTSON, KECIA; Troy, AL INGRAM, SHERRI; Davenport, FL INMAN, LAURA; Lakeland, FL IVERSON, DORIS; Montgomery, AL IVEY.BARRY; Troy, AL IVEY, MARY; Dothan, AL IVEY ROBERT; Richland, GA IVY, DONNA; Hull, AL JACKSON, KIM; Montgomery, AL JACOBS, MICKEY; Brundidge, AL JACOBS, TIMOTHY; Warrior, AL JAMES, CHARLENE, Brundidge, AL JAMES, JENNI; Memphis, TN JARIYATEPTHAVON, VAN; Troy, AL JARMON, MONICA; Ozark, AL JEMISON, ANNIE; Montgomery, AL JENSON, KAREN; Enterprise, AL JINRIGHT, CARRI; Troy, AL JINRIGHT, YVONNE; Grady, AL JOHNSON, CYNTHIA; Ft. Walton Bch., FL JOHNSON, DAVID; Montgomery. AL JOHNSON, LASHAWN; Ozart JOHNSON, JOHNATHAN; Montgomery M JOHNSON, LINDA; Atmore, Al JOHNSON, MICHAEL; Eufaula, AL JOHNSON, RACHEL, Coden, AL JOHNSTON, PAUL; Atlanta, GA JOHNSTON, PAULA, Montgomery, AL JONES, JANET; Freeport, FL JONES, JEFFREY; Tampa, FL JONES, KENNETH; Northport, AL JONES, MARY; Troy, AL JONES, MICHAEL, Selma, AL JORDAN, GEORGE; Troy, AL JORDAN, TAMMY; Troy, AL H MUS, CASAUNDRA; Selma, AL KEEL, ALLYSON; Dothan, AL KEESE, WHITNEY; Flomaton, AL KELLEY, GARY; Elba, AL KELLEY, KIMBERLY; Butte. MT KELLEY, MICHAEL; Troy, AL KELLEY, SHERRY; Andalusia, AL KELLY, LISA; Enterprise, AL KENNEDY, BARABARV Tien. AL KINNEDY, PATRICIA; Clayton. AL KILGORE, KIRK; Dothan Al KILPATRICK, BYRON. Troy. AL KING, SHARON. Troy Al KING, SHrRRI. Opp, AL KING, STEPH VNll Montgom. KIRKLAND, BRETT; Headland M Kl N(, |AMES; Fntcrpns.v AL KOPF M VNNI Prattville. AL KK N sH RO Troy, AL KUNTZ, |- n Seminole, FL Sophomores LAMPLEY - MCPHEE =1 LAMPLEY, SABRINA; Brundidge, AL LANE, STEVEN; Brewton, AL LANCFORD, ROBERT; Notasulga, AL LAROCHE, KELLY; Crestview, FL LARRY, RHONDA; Troy, AL LASALLA, DAVID; West Lake, OH LAVENDER, JAMES; Moundville, AL LAW, JAN; Montgomery, AL LAWRENCE, KRISTI; Dothan, AL LEDBETTER, TONY; Andalusia, AL LEE, CAROLE; Pensacola, FL LEVERETTE, LAURA; Brundidge, AL LEWIS, MURRAY; Montgomery, AL LEWIS, RODNEY; Birmingham, AL LEWIS, SHIVAUN; Montgomery, AL LEWIS, WADE; Dothan, AL LILES, CHARLES; Florence, AL LINDSEY, TAMMI; Enterprise, AL LINEBERGER, TRAVIS; Ft. Walton Bch, FL LIPTROT, BARBARA; Brundidge, AL LISSEVELD, WILLIAM; Foley, AL LONG, JEFFREY; Okeechobee, FL LOTT, JANET; Troy, AL LOUIS, PETER; Troy, AL LOWERY, LAURI; Troy, AL LOZZI, JENNIFER; Tampa, FL LUNN, DALE; Troy, AL LYERLY, WILLIAM; Boyce, LA LYON, LAURA; Montgomery, AL MACK, DEBORAH; Linden, AL MADDOX, JAMES; Elba, AL MADDOX, KELVIN; Columbia, AL MADDOX, WILLIAM; Columbia, AL MAGEE, TIMOTHY; Greenacres City, FL MALISHAM, PATRICIA; Greenville, AL MANCHAC, JOETTA; Quincy, FL MANLY, TERANCE; Montgomery, AL MANUEL, CHARLIE; Montgomery, AL MARAMAN, HERBERT; Georgiana, AL MARAMAN, HUBERT; Georgiana, AL MARKERT, AMY; Holiday, FL MARSHALL, GREGORY; Eufaula, AL MARTELLARO, JERRY; Brantley, AL MARTIN, BRIAN; Lakeland, FL MARTIN, NATHANIEL; Luverne, AL MARTIN, SHELIA; Newton, AL MASSEY, SANDRA; Montgomery, AL MATHENY, JAMES; Dothan, AL MATHENY, MARTHA; Dothan, AL MAYER, JEFFREY; Melborne, FL MCBRYDE, FREDERICK; Troy, AL MCCAFFERTY, SUSAN; Birmingham, AL MCCALL, KYNA; Millbrook, AL MCCLAIN, KELLIE; Montgomery, AL MCCLELLAN, LINDA; Montgomery, AL MCCOLLOUGH, RHETT; Elba, AL MCCOOL, ERIC; Okeechobee, FL MCCROY, JACKIE; Frisco, AL MCDADE, MICHELLE; Montgomery, AL MCDANIELS, KAREN; Fayetteville, GA MCDONALD, TIFFANY; Troy, AL MCGEE, ANGELA; Greenville, AL MCGOWAN, JOHNATHAN; Dothan, AL MCKNIGHT, ANITA; Newton, AL MCLEAN, JAMES; Troy, AL MCLELLAND, KATHREEN; Dothan, AL MCLEMORE, SUSIE; Montgomery, AL MCLEOD, DONALD; Ozark, AL MCMASTER, MARIA; Perry, GA MCPHEE, ERIC; Belle Glade, FL 224 Sophomores fh it i. { MEA ham, AMY; Dothan, AL MEADOWS CAYI l ••■ ■ " tgon • .. AL Ml IKs, WENDY; Opp, AL Ml RKITT, LISA, Montgomery, AL MISSICK, LORI; Opp, AL MILLER, KARL A, Cottondale, H Mill IR, KIMBLRI Y; Donalsonville, CA MILLER, PAULETTE; Montgomery, AL MILLS, GLADYS; Montgomery, AL mis( iy, miriann, requesta, FL MllCHELL, BRAD, Tallassee, AL MITCHELL, BRIAN; Homewood, AL Ml !( HELL, CAROL; Mathews, AL MITCHELL, SARAH; Montgomery, AL MIXON, JAMES, St. Petersburg, FL MONEY, JACQUELINE; Trov MONTGOMERY, DORIS; Montgomery, AL MONTGOMERY, LINDA; Montgomery, AL MOONEY, NATHAN; Selma, AL MOORE, JOSIE; Montgomery, AL MOORE, LISA, Montgomery, AL MOORE, OLA; Roosevelt, AL MORGAN, CHRISTOPHER; Demopolis, AL MORROW, DORSEY; Selma, AL MORROW, NELSON; Elba, AL MORTON, MICHAEL; Jackson, AL MOSS, MARY; Satellite Bch., FL MOULTRIE, SANDRA; Orlando, FL MOUNT, DARYL; Brantley, AL MOUNT, MARTHA; Troy, AL MOUNT, SUSAN; Hannibal, MO MOYER, DAVE; Troy, AL MURDEN, TAMMY; Biloxi, MS NELSON, LAURA; Fairhope, AL NELSON, LISA; Brantley, AL NELSON, REGINA; Fairhope, AL NIX, DANIEL; Fairhope, AL NOBLES, JUDY; Montgomery, AL NOLEN, ARTHUR; Elba, AL NORDMEYER, FREDRICK; Brewton, AL NORMAN, TODD; Greenville, Al NORTON, JAMES; Port St. Joe, FL NORTON, LISA; Troy, AL NORTON, VIRGIL; Troy, AL NUNLEY, TOMMIE; Troy, AL OHMAN, VALERIE; Dothan, AL OLIVE, NANCY; Dothan, AL OLSON, JOEL; Longmont, CO PADGETT, JOHN; Chipley, FL PARAMORE, BRADLEY; Newton, AL PARAMORE, BETHANY, Arilon, AL PARAMORE, MARCUS; Dothan, AL PARKER, MELISSA; Kmston, Al PARHAM, MICHAEL; Troy, AL PARKER, JUDY; Tros . Al PARKER, KATHRYN; Cocoa Bch., FL PARKER, PATRICIA; Trov. Al PARRISH, STEVAN; Montgomery, AL PARROTT, JANET; Montgomery AL PASTERCZYK, FRANK Anton, Al PATTERSON PINKIE; Montgomer PAXTON, PENNI; Palm Bch. Card. PEACOCK, ANGELA; Hartford. AL PEARSON, LISA; Montgomery, AL PEEVY, PAMELA; Brewton AL PENN, ROBERT, Tro. PERRY, EVELYN; Monteomerv AL PETERS, SEAN PETTAWAY, Edna Montgomery, AL PHELPS, MIKI froy, AL Sophomores HELPS - ROSE PHELPS, MELISSA; Fort Deposit, AL PHILLIPS, M ' NDRA; Bay Minette, AL PHILLIPS, TERESA; Montgomery, AL PIAZZA, VIRGINIA; Birmingham, AL PICHARD, REID; Tallahassee, FL PINCKARD, TARA; Banks, AL PIPPIN, KRISTIE; Dothan, AL PIPPINS, MARY; Slocomb, AL PITTMAN, ANDREW; Brantley, AL PITTMAN, GREGORY; Luverne, AL PITTS, CASSANDRA; Auburn, AL POFAHL, ANNE; Des Plaines, IL POLLARD, LORRAINE; Montgomery, AL POOLE, ELISSA; Enterprise, AL POOLE, REBECCA; Georgiana, AL POWELL, KAREN; Bay Minette, AL POWELL, VINCE; Grove Hill, AL PRESTON, JEFFREY; Ozark, AL PRICE, ALYCE; Montgomery, AL PRICE, CARLA; Ariton, AL PRICE, DAVID; Louisville, AL PUGH, GREGORY; Georgiana, AL PUGH, LESLEY; Thomasville, AL RADFORD, VIRGINIA; Troy, AL RAINES, STACEY; Enterprise, AL RAUPP, JEFFREY; West Palm Bch, FL RAY, MARSHA; Montgomery, AL REAVES, DONALD; Palmetto, GA REESE, TOMUNDA; Bessemer, AL REID, KATHERINE; Satellite Bch., FL REISCH, ANGELA; Ariton, AL RENAKER, MICHAEL; Jacksonville, FL RENFROE, CAROL; Troy, AL REYNOLDS, JACQUELINE; Headland, AL REYNOLDS, JOHN; Enterprise, AL REYNOLDS, SHELLIE; Defuniak, FL REYNOLDS, TIMOTHY; Fairhope, AL RIBEIRO, ALMIBETE; Andalusia, AL RICE, DEBORAH; Panama City, FL RICE, LARRY; Montgomery, AL RICHARDSON, CHARLES; Rutledge, AL RICHARDSON, GRACIE; Montgomery, AL RIGSBY, SANDRA; Montgomery, AL ROBBINS, KIM; Valdosta, GA ROBERTS, ALLISON; Ozark, AL ROBERTS, JOSEPH; Eclectic, AL ROBINSON, ESTELLA; Montgomery, AL ROBINSON, REGINA; Brantley, AL ROBINSON, TONY; Campbellton, FL RODGERS, CHRISTOPHER; Montgomery, AL ROGERS, EMILY; Opp, AL ROSE, MARK; Dayton, OH 1 a «, m 7 rxyx: t iOi h ' fi 226 Sophomores 11 111 1 ' J 7 I i II 1 fl Li MAP kOSS | ' l | •. KOI s| DEBR II KOI ! ()-.(, kOlilkl I.,. , [ KOV IOIJII ll kl 1)1) ( Milk kt shim, rER ki mikiokh |i Din ki i i) ••■ n kvm s w kkl v SMI WA si sl • m s ll S lll MJI III |;, SAI ilk. w M)i SANDIKS ( IDkK ■ SANDERS, DONALD (ill IDERS.LYM M SANDY, Mll| . M. s k(,IM I ' M in;. SAI ( EDA )IMkl Nicevilli SAVAGI . SMI II V V S RHROl GH, Ml! S( HOIII1I). Mlllsv ■ s( HOIIII I) r- MM i ■ SCOTT, ALK E;McK SIW. RHONDA; Bfun tulK SESSIONS, SIHNWDOM SEWELL, ANDRIu SEYMOLR, AIIRII I ' | V-t KdX cl X(U StcAM For the second year in a row, the Troy State De- partment of Speech and Drama received regional and national honors at the American College Theatre Festival held in Washington, D.C. At the state festival held in Montgomery, TSU ' s entry was William Shakespeare ' s " Othello. " Two of TSU ' s ac- tors, Eric Ware, who played Othello, and Alex Johnson, who played lago, were nomi- nated to participate in re- gional competition in Knox- ille, Tennessee. Ware and Johnson were in competition with 68 other actors from the Southeast, all vying for an opportunity to be selected as one of the re- Left Eric Ware, right, and Alex John- son, both award-winning college actors, participate m a scene from " Othello gion ' s top 12 finalists. Both Ware and Johnson were se- lected in the top 12 finalists. Ware was chosen first run- ner-up and was sele ted to compete in Washington, D.C. for the Kennedy Cen- ter ' s National Acting Award Scholarship. At the Kennedy Center Festival, the national selec - tion team chose Ware as one of the nation ' s seven top col- let- actors. Ware was gi cmi a $250 cash award and was of- fered the opportunity to par- ticipate in an all-expense paid symposium workshop in Virginia. The culmination of the symposium was a showcase performance at the Kenned Center in whu h U.ue par- ticipated. Sophom. HARPE - SMI 1 SHARPE, MICKEY; Andalusia, AL SHELLHOUSE, DEBORAH; Trov, AL SHELTOV JENIFER; Luverne l SHEPARD, SALLY; Ramer, AL SHIELDS, JOEL; Hartford, AL SHIRLEY, KEVIN; Troy, AL SIEVERS, PAUL; Enterprise, AL SIMMONS, ROBERT; Ozark, AL SIMMONS, TEENA; Jay, FL SIMON, EARLEAN; Prichard, AL SIMONE, THOMAS; West Lake, OH SIMPKINS, WAYNE; Dunnellon, FL SIMS, TIMOTHY; Scottsboro, AL SINGER, ROBERT; Montgomery, AL SKEEN, STEVEN; Ozark, AL SKELTON, LINDA; Gadsden, AL SKIPPER, JEFFERY; Winter Haven, FL SKIPPER, ROSALIND; Eufaula, AL SKOWRON, SUSAN; Orlando, FL SMITH, BRENDA; Montgomery, AL SMITH, CHRISTOPHER; Clanton, AL SMITH, JEFFERY; Troy, AL SMITH, KRISTI; Leeds, AL SMITH, LEE; Pine Hill, AL SMITH, LORI; Montgomery, AL SMITH, MARGARET; Brewton, AL SMITH, MICHAEL; Andalusia, AL SMITH, REBECCA; Butler, AL A s students returned fall quarter, 1986, a Jong-awaited press box was nearing completion, to be ready for the first home game on September 13. The $750,000 structure was built with joint funds raised by Troy State and the City of Troy. The press box was named for Board of Trustees member Dr. R. Douglas Hawkins. According to Robert Earl Stewart, director of athletics, the press box project was a huge success. " NCAA officials say that this is probably the nicest Di- vision II on-campus press box in the nation, " Stewart said, " and when you look at this university ' s record for im- proving its facilities, it falls right in line. " The press box is built en- tirely of concrete and glass with steel superstructure. There are five floors and each floor is accessible by elevator. The first floor is devoted to mechanicals, storage, con- cessions, and public facilities. The second floor is a re- ception room for University officials and guests. The SAGA food service and Tro- jan Ambassadors served as hosts during the 1986 season. Four private boxes are on the third floor. Each features a self-contained audio sys- tem and provisions for tele- phone service. The number of seats varies in each box, with a price of $500 per seat. Newspaper, television and radio personnel work in a modern, well-equipped press room on the fourth floor, and two film decks and two coaches ' booths are on the fifth floor. The Hawkins Press Box served to enhance the facili- ties o ffered by the athletic department while providing a welcome addition to the campus community. article by William Aultman 228 Sophomores SMIIII l|K|s ; m 5MITHERMAN SMIIHIKM- S ( ko: ssm DON Fairl op M SSI I I ROHIPI C III 51 ss DON ..II.-. M SPEARS, DOLORES II ER IHACY; Mobi • sl ' MV Kl • 5PI RLIN, SKIPI ■ SPURNS. riNAj Opp, M SQUIRIs. |, m i. EufauU M STALCUP kohiki. Mobile M si SDIRIIR UIIII-W1 Ml SIIMSS. Rl( H RD. Montgi STEVENS, IK ( Y;F( Walton B h ll STEWAKF. ( SIHI W,,. | s|IV KT. J SII I ' M siiu RI. MARY; Brundidge M stissos. LISA; Enti STOKIIV, LINDA; Mbany, CA STORV si 5AN; Panama ( •. ll STOK.H. MARTHA; Lapim S IKISUIIIOU. ]()S|| ' H, Cull B STROl I). |ANE; Goshen, M STROUSI IK ( i Lakeland, n SULLl ' AN, 1)1 hk |a I SULLI MM, |OHN; East Islip, s SULLl s ill) Dothan, M SUMTER. ISRMl Newville, M SVOPA, STEVE; Troy, M SWEAT, uossi. Laki Wales, ll TALETOS ( HIRIII. Mobill TASSIV 1 M RA; Greenville M TAYLOR. DAVID; Sarasota II TAYLOR. FREDDIE ; O ark. M TERRELL, ASDRIW. [tot M TEHIERFELDER, DANA; Honorville, M THOMAS, SHIRIEV Mon( K omiTv THOMAS, WILLIAM; lm, M THORSTOS. CIMRIls West Palm Bch FL THORSTOS, LISA; Andalusia. AL THRASH, TRACED; Dothan, L TILLIS, |OHS ( airo GA TIPTOS CHARLES; David City, ll TODD, ELIZABETH; Butler, M TOLOMEO. klMBIRn Pensacola, FL TOWSMSD. SDRI Brundick. IK Wis (,IK ; Cantonment fl TRAWKk. 11RKN Iim, l TROMBETTV MARY; Tallahassee, Fl TUCkER, -VSDRI Mobile, M TUFARIELLO, DANIEL; I s El Tl ksik M s Montsomei . UTSEV lis . ( r stal River, FL SDAGRIFF. SANDRA: Dothan. M sdi ir uisdv Montgomery CHOB, PFssv Dothan, l MR kissi th P. mbroke Pines ll U MDls mk HAEL; Pensacola, Fl MDRIP STAO - nniMorv M W Ml ( l IAMES Gardendal MBLES SALLY; Opp M RD CODY; VndjIuM.) Al VRIs w Kk ( amden, M w kkis DANIELI i Mi xandei t • U ASHINGTON Ml us Selma, M u VTERS H ill Banl KTSON BllisD-v VTSON doss Grei nt Sopr onx res 22° WATSON - W r WATSON, LANA; Clayton, AL WATSON, LORI; Georgiana, AL WATSON, STANLEY; Beatrice, AL WATTERS, JENNIFER; Selma, AL WEAVER, PHILLIP; Dothan, AL WEBBER, GRACE; Montgomery, AL WEEKS, TAMI; Kinston, AL WELCH, DON; Montgomery, AL WELLS, KAROL; Palm Beach, FL WHALEY, WENDY; Ozark, AL WHIDDON, MARY; Headland, AL WHITE, CHAD; Clearwater, FL WHITE, DENISE; Ozark, AL WHITE, DOROTHY; Troy, AL WHITE, HARVEY; Jacksonville, FL WHITE, MARY; Troy, AL WHITE, SHELIA; Elba, AL WHITNEY, MIRINDA; Montevallo, AL WILKERSON, CHERYL; Montgomery, AL WILKES, WILLIAM; Troy, AL WILLIAMS, BOBBY; Alma, GA WILLIAMS, CHERIE; Branford, FL WILLIAMS, ERIC; Montgomery, AL WILLIAMS, FELICIA; Montgomery, AL WILLIAMS, GERALD; Montgomery, AL WILLIAMS, JULIA; Frisco City, AL WILLIS, GLEN; Mobile, AL WILSON, ANDREA; Eufaula, AL WILSON, ASHLEY; Goshen, AL WILSON, CHARLES, Abbeville, AL WILSON, COMER; Andalusia, AL WILSON, DEIDRE; Opelika, AL WILSON, DOROTHY; Troy, AL WILSON, JANA; Dothan, AL WILSON, MICHELLE; Montgomery, AL WILSON, PAMELA; Selma, AL WILSON, SYLISA; Montgomery, AL WINDHAM, CHARLES; Robertsdale, AL WITCHER, BRAIN; Enterprise, AL WITHAM, ROBERTA; Deerfield, NH WOFFORD, WENDY; Union Springs, AL WOLF, NICHOLAS; Seminole, FL 0i Pfl Ut £e t { Xft %»q Getting and staying in shape has become a goal for many across the country. Per- haps health reasons or maybe self satisfication has caused this phenomenon. Whatever the reason, those at Troy State are not excluded from the fitness craze. To live life to its fullest, means taking care of it. Stud- ies show that those who are not physically fit are more than four times as likely to die of heart attacks or other heart related diseases. Exer- cising a minimum of three times a week can reduce health problems by strength- ening the heart, lowering cholesterol levels and lower- ing blood pressure. Exercising for the mainte- nance of good health and physical fitness differs from the kind of exercise an ath- lete takes in order to perfect himself for feats of speed, strength, or endurance. (Cont. next page) 230 Sophomores WOOD- WOOD, TAMMV I rnchbun WOOOS INDI; Troy. AL UKK.Ill. - , T toy, AL WRK.III. GERALD; Troy, AL WRIGHT, MALCOLM; Elba, AL WRIGHT, MICHAEL; Sarasota, FL WRIGHT, TRACEY; Melbourne, FL WYRICK, NATALIE, Tallahassee, FL YARBROUGH, MIKE; Troy, AL YOST, ELIZABETH; Jemison, AL ZEIGLER, SALLY; Prattville, AL (cont.) Most of us are not called upon to run at tre- mendous speeds, or to en- dure great physical stress, or lift great weights in order to succeed in our professions. Nevertheless, the body re- quires a minimum amount of daily muscular activity on the part of most of our skeletal muscles. This activity can come from a variety of differ- ent exercises ranging from aerobic dance, swimming, jogging or weigh t training. To fall below the minimum requirement of exercise is to encourage poor health, flab- biness, vague aches and pains and premature old age. Keeping physicalK tit is smart for one ' s health. One cm .ivoid physical problems while also looking more fit and trim. article by Lauri Lowery Sophomores 231 JUNIORS DAMS - BOYKIN r ADAMS, JAMES; Brewton, AL ADERHOLT, ROBYN; Sylacauga, AL ADKINSON, STACY; Damascus, GA ADKINSON, TRACY; Enterprise, AL AGERTON, RANDY; Ariton, AL ALBURY, JACE; Bonifay, FL ALLEN, BROOKE; Fort Payne, AL ALLEN, LESLIE; Troy, AL ALLRED, CLIFFORD; Birmingham, AL ANDERSON, ALICIA; Bellwood, AL ANDERSON, MARK; Andalusia, AL APPLEGATE, DIANE; Huntsville, AL ARCHIE, KEVIN; Kinston, AL ARMOUR, MARY; Luverne, AL ARNOLD, DONNA; Elba; AL ARNOLD, JACQUELINE; Troy, AL ASCHE, GINA; Lakeland, FL ASHCRAFT, ARTHUR; Berea, KY ASHMORE, WINFORD; Opelika, AL ASMUSSEN, TINA; Fort Pierce, FL ATKINS, MARY; Montgomery, AL BABCOCK, MICHELLE; Selma, AL BAILELY, KIMBERLY; Graceville, FL BAKER, KEITH; Panama City, FL BAKER, RICKY; Chipley, FL BANKS, KENNETH; Dothan, AL BANKS, MARZELLA; Dothan, AL BAREFOOT, TINA; Salem, AL BARIBEAU, GEORGIA; Ozark, AL BARLETTE, THOMAS; Kinston, AL BARLOW, VICKI; Troy, AL BARRON, BRENDA; Troy, AL BARRON, CATHY; Troy, AL BARROWS, TIMOTHY; Auburn, AL BARRY, MARGARET; Tallahassee, FL BARTON, AMY; Talahassee, FL BASS, CONNIE; Montgomery, AL BASS, REBECCA; Troy, AL BAST, AMANDA; Daleville, AL BATCHELOR, CAREN; Ozark, AL BAXTER, JANNIQUE; Troy, AL BEASLEY, KAREN; Montgomery, AL BEATY, DETRA; Louisville, AL BELL, KAREN; Montgomery, AL BENDER, CHARLES; Fort Deposit, AL BENEFIELD, VERONICA; Dothan, AL BENSON, REGINALD; Prattville, AL BICKEL, JAMES; Troy, AL BIGHAM, JACQUELINE; Dothan, AL BLACKWELL, GARRY; Opp, AL BLAKE, GINGER; Alexander City, AL BLAND, LARRY; Troy, AL BLANKENSHIP, JOHNNIE; Millbrook, AL BOBO, REBECCA; Gardendale, AL BODIFORD, DAVID; Montgomery, AL BOND, DAVID; Warner Robins, GA BOOKER, DEWAYNE; Evergreen, AL BOONE, CYNTHIA; Bay Minette, AL BORIE, LINDA; Palm Bay, FL BOSTICK, TODD; Enterprise, AL BOSWELL, ANGELA; Montgomery, AL BOWERS, CHRISTOPHER; Selma, AL BOYKIN, PAMELA; Troy, AL ■r 232 Juniors • W»l a " ' PP BRACEWELL, MARY; River, H UK v Kiss, HAROLD; Niewvil • BRADlfY, SH-XKu-. ■i.-ty, AL BRANNON, CASSANDRA. Opp, AL BRANTLEY, ARTIIl R. Brewton, AL BRlCc.s. 1 1 i a Montgomery, AL BROOKS, GERAII). Rockledge II BROOKS, KERRY; PI • •• ' •.. AL BROOKS, RODNFY, Prattville, AL BROOKS, VICKI; Montgomery, AL BROWN, ANTHONY; Montgomery, AL BROWN, CIM) , Daphi BROWN, DOROTHY; Valdosta, GA BROWN, STEPHANAS; Dothan, AL BROWN, TAMIKO, Montgomery, AL BROWN, TIMOTHY; Ill.a. AL BRUCE, JAMES; Avon Park. II BRYAN, SOSDRA f ufaula, AL BUNCH, JOANNE; Montgomery, AL BURELL, DONNA; Troy, AL BURKHARDT, DANIELLA; Dothan, AL BYARS, JOHN; Montgomery, AL BYRD, CAROLL; Evergreen, AL CAFFEY, TAYLOR, O ark, AL CAMPBELL, STEVE; Cantonment, FL CAMPER, DAVID; Zephyrhills, FL CANNON, GARRY; Andalusia. AL CARLILE, JAMES; Brantley, AL CARROLL, JUANITA; Columbia, AL CARTER, BRENDA; Tuskegee, AL CARTER, CARA; Goshen, AL CARTER, CYNTHIA; Newton. AL CARVER, ROBERT; Stark, FL CARVIN, TRACY; Troy, AL CASKEY, MERREN; Enterprise, AL CATON, STEPHEN; Andalusia, AL CATRETT, PAYTON; Bay Mmette, AL CATRETT, THOMAS; Troy, AL CHAMBERS, LOREN; Enterprise, AL CHANCEY, ANGELA; Samson, AL CHAPPELL, ANITA;, AL CHEATHAM, ROY; Georgiana, AL CHINN, GRACIE; Enterprise, AL CHRISTMAS, CHERYL; Dothan, AL CLARK, ABRAHAM; Union Springs M CLARK, BETSY, Whigham, GA CLARK, HENRY, Elk CLARKE, THOMAS; Enterprise CLEM, JAMES; Georgiana, AL CLEMMONS, TON V -htord, AL CLINGENPELL, C ind-v Bradenton H CLOUD, BRENDA, Tuskegee. M COATES, KENDALL. Bonifa . FL COBB, ALENDA, Pensacola, FL COFIELD, CHONDX Mm hell, AL COHOLICH, DOLORES P,.,, htree. GA COLEMAN, ANGELA. Smiths. AL COLEMAN, JAMES, Defunuk Springs fl COLWrll IOI Thomass.lle. M ( (AMR ROBIRT rroj COOK |ANI l Mjbevilli COOK I SHON Pramille. M COOKl krn n Leesburg H Juniors 233 COPE - DOTHARD COPE, DIANA; Goshen, AL COPPAGE, WILLIAM; Brundidte M CORNELIUS, SUZANNE; Jacksonville. FL CORSON, JEFFREY; Ozark, AL COTTEN, ROBERT; Brewton, AL COURSON, RUSSELL; Phenix City, AL CRAWFORD, OLIVIA; Prattville, AL CRENSHAW, DEMETRA, Greenville, AL CROOK, MELISSA; Elba, AL CROUT, SHARRON; Troy, AL CROWE, GEORGE, Booth, AL CRUTCHFIELD, SANDRA; Bonifay, FL CUMBIE, VIKKI; Greenville, AL DABBS, STEPHEN; Bessemer, AL DAILEY, DARRYL; Trussville, AL DANIEL, ROBERT; Troy, AL DASINGER, JANA; Midland City, AL DAUGHERTY, RYAN; Mobile, AL DAVENPORT, VIVIAN; Troy, AL DAVIS, DORIS; Andalusia, AL DAVIS, JAMES; Montgomery, AL DAVIS, KIMBERLY; Goshen, AL DAVIS, PAMELA; Brewton, AL DAWKINS, NELSON; Dothan, AL DEAL, LORI; Dothan, AL DENNY, SCOTT; Pace, FL DICKINSON, CYNTHIA; Mobile, AL DICKSON, JAMES; Troy, AL DISMUKES, LAURA; Brewton, AL DIXON, ANDREA; Jensen Beach, FL DIXON, JANE; Mt. Dora, FL DOBBS, RICHARD; Gadsden, AL DORSEY, DORELL; Demopolis, AL DOSS, JAMES; Bessemer, AL DOTHARD, GEORGE; Jacksonville, AL RlflB .A m vimm : Troy State distance run- on new challenges as she ner Lisa Emery is a prepares for the competitive young woman who is sport of track, no stranger to success. She is " I want to keep improving an unusual case in that she is a and become competitive on 26-year old freshman at TSU, the national level, " she said, embarking on a new aca- " Running is a demanding demic and athletic endeavor, sport, so I have dedicated From 1977-82 she was a professional waterskier at Cypress Gardens, in her hometown of Winter Haven, Florida. And in 1979 she won the women ' s U.S. barefoot waterski championship, and took fourth place in the world competition. Considering her accom- plishments, it is hard to be- lieve that Lisa had any goals myself to it and made it a top priority. Interestingly enough, this is not the first time Lisa has been a student at Troy State. In 1977, upon her graduation from Winter Haven High School, she began college at Troy State, only to drop out to pursue her first love, wa- terskiing. Lisa went back home to ski left to conquer. But the tal- at Cypress Gardens. Within a ented, 1986 All-Gulf South year she was competing on a Conference cross country national level. In 1980, Emery performer has set her sights and the rest of the Cypress 234 Juniors wmm f , ■ in f Gardens waterskiers made a trip to Jordan to perform for King Hussein. " He is a frequent visitor to Cypress Gardens; a real water ski enthusiast, " said Lisa. " He asked us to come to Jordan to perform for his birthday and we accepted his invitation. " You wouldn ' t know he is a king, " she said. " He was real down to earth and he didn ' t wear extravagant clothes, just a sweater and a tie. " But Hussein gave the skiers kingly presents for their vis- it— Rolex watches. article by Jason Sasser l)Ol SHAWN Dk X(,() I M I DRlGGlRs. |l an. Elba, M dri ky. unci l)i ll SI Di COSH |AMES; Panama . ' ., ll Di H shhiv olumbia, Al Di NNAWAY, I MMIE; Slocomb, Al Di I ' KH Ifkl v..,, tf dmss ion . Enterprise, Al DXkls, DANIEL; Brundidge, AL l xkl I i Midwa EAS1 K iin B • EATON STIXI North kingstown, KM EDWARD . EMILY; t alera, AL IIDIR, X AIIRIl; Troy, AL IIDIR U AND A It.,, AL II I IS, (AXINDOLYN, Union Springs. AL IIIIS, STEVE; Brundidge. AL III ison, stiphxnii. Robertjdale, AL EMBRY, IOANNE; Montgomery Al IMOI. MARK; Austin, IX l ASS, JOSIPH Macon, CA FAIRCLOTH |OHN; , .»-. FAITH, JOSIPH st si.phcns, AL FAULK, BRINDX Dothan XI FAULK, LOIS; Glcnwood. AL FERGUSON XI MX, Birmingham. AL iikix, ribfcca, Puerto • FIGGEMEILR, BARBARA. Thomasvillo, AL FINCH, ERIC, Amernus, GA FISH, JUDY; Anderson, CL FLEMING, GREG; Brundidge, AL FLEMING, Will I AM, Pensa old, FL FLOWERS, marc m a Alexander al FLOYD, VONCILA; Brundidp l()l MAR, CHIRM, Batesville. XI FOLM-XR nam rroy, Al FORRESTER, JULIE ; Bradenton. FL FORTHM AN MAI RUN. ( ape anaseral, FL FOSHEE, SUSAN. Alexander City, XL IOWLSR. slilkl; Port Sulphur I X K) ROBIRT Ml. Dora, FL IOXUORTH XNDRI X rroj XI tkxvxillDtk |AMES Montgomt IRII t at MX Ozark xi FROST. BARRV Dothan. Al FULLER, MMBIRIX Elba IUIIR PI Bin Defuniak Springs Fl GAMBU MIRANDA Red Level XL G XNDX XI XN XI GARDNIR Will I am Crad) XI CASTER kIMM Doth... (,XT|s kINNI TM Mintei Al GIBSON XI Juniors 235 GIBSON - HODGES HL GIBSON, SHIRLEY; Greenville, A GILES, SHIRLEY; Mobile, A GILHEART, JAMES; Fairhope, A GILLEY, SUSAN; Enterprise, A GILLIAN, BRENDA; Montgomery, A GILLIS, CHARLES; Montgomery, A GIVENS, JACQUELINE; Grady, A GLASCO, LINDA; Glenwood, A GLASS, MELANIE; Mobile, A GODWIN, KEVIN; Geneva, A GODWIN, VIRGINIA; Tampa, F GOLDEN, LINDA; Banks, A GOMILLION, LISA, Florala, A GOODWIN, GINA; Montgomery, A GORDON, JAMES; Troy, A GOURDINE, ANGELA; Montgomery, A GRABER, JOHN; Samson, A GRANT, BERNARD; Atmore, A GRASSO, DARIO; Canada GRAY, RACHEL; Montgomery, A GREEN, EMILY; Troy, A GREENE, MEG; Selma, A GULLEY, REGINA; Tuskegee, A HADDOCK, PORTER; Midland City, A HADDOCK, SHARON; Chipley, F HALEY, MATTHEW; Warrior, A HALL, GREGORY; Crystal River, F HALL, LISA; Ellaville, GA HALL, MARK; Dothan, A HALL, PATRICK; Ponce De Leon, F HAMILTON, ELIZABETH; Paxton, F HAMM, GERALD; Troy, A HAMMOND, ELIZABETH; Mobile, A HANEY, TOMMIE; Troy, A HARRELL, ANDY; Enterprise, A HARRELL, CURTIS; Selma, A HARRINGTON, BRYANT; Troy, A HARRIS, LAURISE; Greenwood, F HARRISON, JAN; Selma, A HARRISON, WILLIAM; Selma, A HARVEY, KIMBERLY; Tuskegee, A HARVISON, LORI; Robertsdale, A oy, HATCHER, KAREN; Sneads, F HAYES, LINDA; Cottonwood, A HEATON, LISA; Pensacola, F HEISLER, SCOTT; Webb, A HELMS, JENELLE; Kinston, A HELMS, SANDRA; Clayton, A HENDERSON, CHRISTINE; Montgomery, A HENDERSON, GARY; Pell City, A HENDERSON, JAMES; Alexander City, A HENDRICKS, JAMES; Troy, A HENKEN, VERA; Huntsville, A HENNIGAN, MARK; Troy, A HENRY, BRIAN; Hawkinsville, A HENRY, JUAN; Palm Beach, F HESTER, GREGORY; Demopolis, A HETZEL, BERNADETTE; Bradenton, F HICKS, ANGELA; Georgianna, A HIGDON, KAREN; Quincy, F HILL, DENISE; Lexington, A HILL, SONJI; Lanett, A HINSON, JAMES; Slocomb, A HINSON, WOODROW; Pleasant, F HINTON, JOHNNA; Montgomery, A HOBBS, LISA; Troy, A HOBBY, TINA; Wray, GA HODGE, ROBERT; Troy, A HODGES, KIM; Bay Minette, A 236 Juniors f n a rt " ; (V;f n nS HOCAS, ( Ml Klf . Hudson. II noilM. WILLIAM; Samson, AL IIOIIIN(,s OKIH DAR lla, AL HOLLY, iisa Greenville, AL HOOD ! VMMY; Montgomery. AL HOOKS, hoi iv Bartow, n HORNSBY. JANICf. Brundidy HUBBARD, BRYAN, ( hatom, AL HUDSON, LISA; Montgomery, AL HUDSON HI. Dothan, AL HUDSON, ROBIRI Opp, AL HUDSON, IID, lr,. HUDSPETH, LAI Rll. I .jlaula, AL HUGHES, FRANC |s Skipperville, AL HUGHES, JEFFREY, Opp, AL HUGHES • Iroy, AL HUGHES, TRINA; Troy, AL HUNT, BARRY; Enterprise, AL HUNT, MARY; Troy, AL HURST, MIKE, Jacksonville, AL HYDE, CHRISTINA; Birmingham, AL IK MR, BR UCE; Daphne, AL INGRAM, CAROLYN; Evergreen, AL INGRAM, LADONNA; Apalachicola, FL INMAN, KRISTA; lakeland, FL IRBY, KARLA, Mobile, AL JACKSON, DEBRA; Opp, AL JACKSON, TINA; Daphne. Al JAMES, MICHAEL; Waycross, GA JARMON, ELISA; Ozark, AL JENKINS, ELIZABETH; Dothan, AL JOHNS, SANDRA; Luverne, AL JOHNSON, ALEX; Evergreen, AL JOHNSON, ANNETTE; Matthews, AL JOHNSON, DARLENE; Enterprise, AL JOHNSON, JOHNSON, JOHNSON, JOHNSON, JOHNSON, JOHNSON, JOHNSON, GREG; Troy, AL JOHNNY; Dothan, AL PAUL; Headland, AL RICHARD, Auburn. AL ROBIN; Enterprise, AL TODD; Brantlev. Al VONDA; Newton, AL JONES, ANN; Montgomery, AL JONES, DAVID; Willmington. M JONES, LILLIE; Montgomery Al JONES, RENECER; Mobile, AL JUDAH, AMY; Ozark, AL JUDY, ERIC; Dothan, AL KELLEY, ERIN; Ozark, AL KELLEY, MARY; Samson, AL KELLUM, KIMBERLY; Montgomery, AL KELLY, KIMBERLY; Midland City AL KILLEBREW, JANE; Abbeville. Al KILPATRICK, RENEE; Montgomery Al KING, GWEN, Clio, AL KIRKLAND, KIMBERLY; Monroeville, AL KLAVA, GLENN; DeFuniak Springs, AL KNIGHT, CARL, Tro M KNIGHT, KINNI 7H. BlakeU. GA KNIGHT, RODERICK; Birmingham. AL KOCH, JEFFREY; Coral Springs. FL KOZIOL, JAY; Mt Prospett. II LAAS, BEVERLY; Montgomery Al LAMBERT, WENDY; Monroeville. AL LAMKIN, DONNA, Pine App!. LANGFORD, THOMAS, Greenville. AL LANHAM. I NDV Brewton, AL LARSON, LAMES; Andalusia, AL I A ARI. PATRICA; Daphne Al LEDBETTER, MICHAEL; Opehka AL 237 Juniors - MULLE ll LEE, ANN; Troy, AL LEE, LINDA; Troy, AL LEE, MICHAEL; Add, AL LEFFEW, RICHARD; Vero Beach, FL LEWIS, MITCHELL; Brewton, AL LEWIS, WALTER; Montgomery, AL LIND, KATHERINE; Saraland, AL LITTLE, DARCI; Ozark, AL LOCKETT, TINA; Troy, AL LOFLIN, RACHAEL; Montgomery, AL LONG, BRENDA; Phenix City, AL LOOK, MICHAEL; Cape Coral, FL LOTT, JOHN; Troy, AL LOWERY, CARMI; Troy, AL LUDWIG, WAYNE; Niceville, FL LUMPKIN, SUSAN; Columbus, GA MABRAY, MICHAEL; Troy, AL MACK, DARNISHA; Mobile, AL MACON, SHEILA; Birmingham, AL MADDOX, DAVID; Brewton, AL MADISON, SONJA; Mobile, AL MALLORY, BENJAMIN; Troy, AL MALONE, LINDA; Phenix City, AL MARSHALL, WILLIE; Peterman, AL MARTIN, HORACE; Brooksville, FL MARTIN, LAURA; Dothan, AL MASON, LEEANNE; Fairhope, AL MATES, MATTHEW; Altamonte Springs, FL MAY, JEFFREY; Troy, AL MAYFIELD, VINCE; Shalimar, FL MCCALL, BEVERLY; Elba, AL MCCALL, KIMBERLY; Fitzgerald, GA MCCRACKEN, KATHRYN; Webster Groves, MO MCCRORY, KIMBERLY; Brewton, AL MCDONALD, MARY; Fitzgerald, GA MCDONNELL, JUDITH; Montgomery, A MCGHEE, AVA; Montgomery, A MCGINTY, LESLIE; Walnut Hill, F MCGRIFF, DONALD; Headland, F MCINTOSH, JOHN; Seattle, WA MCKEE, MICHEAL; Opelika, A MCKINNEY, PAMELA; Ozark, A MCKNIGHT, SHERYL; Newton, A MCLENDON, SANDRA; Troy, A MCLENDON, SHIRLEY; Clio, A McMILLIAN, JACKIE; Monroeville, A MCMULLEN, SCOTT; Fair Oakes, CA MCRAE, MARTY; Greenville, A MCWHORTER, ANJA; Troy, A MEANS, TAMMY; Bay Minette, A MEDLEY, CHARLES; Ozark, A MEECE, JILL; Bradenton, F MELTON, CYNTHIA; Geneva, A MEREDITH, TIMOTHY; Enterprise, A MERKERSON, SHARON; Wetumpka, A MIDDLEBROOKS, JULIA; Selma, A MIDDLEBROOKS, TAMMY; Brundidge, A MILES, ESTELLA; Fort Mitchell, A MILLER, MARK; Dozier, A MIMS, WILLIAM; Thorsby, A MIXON, SHANNON; Ozark, A MOBLEY, SHARON; Jack, A MONEY, BETH; Abbeville, A MOONEY, CHARLES; Opp, A MOORE, ALBERT; Demopolis, A MOORE, MARGARET; Midland City, A MOORE, RONALD; Enterprise, A MOSLEY, TIMOTHY; Columbus, GA MOULTON, ELIZABETH; Opp, A MULLER, TINA; Troy, A ? U fl V 238 Juniors z NEA, TOOL), Louisvill. • M -XI. I ODD, Louisville, k NELMS, DAMIIIl Ozarf Al Ml SOS. USA, Troy, AL NESMITM, DAVID; Enterprise, Al NEWSOME, m RTON; olumbus, CA NIX, damn. Fairhope, AL NOKKis, anghia, Jasper, Al NORRIS, ( HAKIts rroy, AL NORRIS, KATHRin, Lakeland H M M . PI riR; Enterprise, AL NUNNALLY, SCOTT; Troy, AL OBER, AMANDA; Bedford Ml ODUM, KENTON; Tavares, Fl ODONNELL, PATRICK; North Kmgstown, Rl OLDS, JOHN; Louisville, AL OLSON, KENT; Jdx, FL OWENS, CHARLES; Pine Apple, AL OWENS, DARRFN, D d phne AL OWENS, GREGORY; Opp, AL OWENS, PHILIP; Woodstock, GA OWENS, SHAN; Samson, AL PADGETT, MICHAEL; Eufaula, AL PALMER, CHRISTIAN; Largo, FL PANACEAS, DANIELLE; Dothan, AL PARENTI, CHRISTINE, Troy, AL PARISH, JOSEPH; Clayton, AL PARKER, GRETTA; Jones, AL PARKER, THOMAS; Port St. Joe, FL PARNELL, THOMAS; Prattville, AL PATTERSON, DAPHNE, Kinston, AL PATTIE, DAVID; Troy, AL PAWLIK, DOUGLAS; Enterprise, AL PEEL, MICHEAL; Malvern, AL PEEVY, SUSAN; Brewton, AL PEPE, KIMBERLY; Oxford, AL PERRY, HUGH; Eufaula, AL PETERS, NANCY; Ozark, AL PETERSON, TODD; Ozark, AL PHILLIPS, ERNESTINE; Ozark, AL PHILLIPS, LILLIE; Tuskegee, AL PIERCE, JAMES; Opp, AL PIERCE, LISA; Tuskegee, AL PIMIENTA, GARRICK; Tampa, FL PIPPINS, GERRY; Slocomb, AL PITTMAN, ROBIN, Ashford, AL PITTS, JACQUELINE; Phemx City, AL PLESS, KELVIN; Americus, GA POLLARD, KELLY; Notasulga, AL POPE, RICHARD; Panama City, FL PORTER, JEANNINE. Troy, AL POTTER, KEVIN Troy, AL POUNCEY, CONNIE; Brantlev, AL PRESTON, GUY; Tallahassee Fl PRICE, KELLEY; Slocomb XI PRICE, MARK; Eufaula, AL PRICE, MARY, Louisville, AL PRICE, RAYMOND; Prattville, AL PRIDGEN, DFNISE; Opp Al PRIDGFN, RENEE; Opp, AL PYNES, SUSAN; Rutledge XI RADFORD, AMELIA; Montgomery Al RAILED , BONNII. Trm VI K NINES, EUGENE; Lakeland, GA REED, SHARON, Spanish Fort XI REYNOLDS, TVS UNCI A Montgomery XI RHODIV I) Win Kmston, AL RHODES, SCARLET. Elb. RICHARDSON KARIN I. ,ngton, AL RILEY, TERRV Headland Juniors 239 RILEY, WADE; Enterprise, AL RITCHIE, CLINTO; Pensacola, FL ROBBINS, DIANA; Shalimar, FL ROBERSON, FELICIA; Chicago, IL ROBERTS, HOMER; Newvilfe, AL ROBERTS, RUSSEL; Eclectic, AL ROBINSON, SUE; Dothan, AL ROE, RODNEY; Pine Hill, AL ROGERS, JEFF; Montgomery, AL ROGERS, WENDY; Dothan, AL ROLLING, RUBY; Luverne, AL ROSKOS, MICHAEL; Melborne Beach, FL RUMPH, GARRY; Troy, AL RUSHING, DEBORAH; Montgomery, AL RUSSELL, CHARLES; Montgomery, AL RUSSO, MARC; Glen Cove, NY RUTLEDGE, CHARLES; Miami, FL SAMARKOS, JOHN; Palm Harbor, FL SAMUEL, TERRENCE; Cairo, GA SANDERS, CHRISTOPHER; Eclectic, AL SANDERS, DANIEL; Jack, AL SANDERS, JERRY; Goshen, AL SANDERS, STEVE; Goshen, AL SANDERSON, SHARON; Mobile, AL SANDS, HARRY; Fort Pierce, FL SASSER, JANET; Slocomb, AL SAUNDERS, JULIE; Abbeville, AL SCHAPER, STEVE; Newton, AL SCHLEY, CHARLES; Windermere, FL SCHNEIDER, DARRELL; Troy, AL SCHOFIELD, TERESIA; Opp, AL SCONIERS, MICHAEL; Lakeland, FL SCHURR, PAMELA; Pensacola, FL SCOTT, EDDIE; Bolige, AL SEARS, MILLEDGE; Brewton, AL SELLERS, SUSAN; Eufaula, AL SENN, STEPHANIE; Troy, AL SEYMOUR, CYNTHIA; Pensacola, FL SHARP, CHRISTOPER; Leeds, AL SHAW, VICTORIA; Headland, AL SHELBY, PAMELA; Montgomery, AL SHIPMON, DIANE; Troy, AL SHIRAH, JONATHAN; Geneva, AL SHIREY, WALTER; Sebring, AL SHOLLAR, ROBERT; Jacksonville, FL SHORES, DEBBI; Bonifay, FL SHORES, LORI; Birmingham, AL SHORT, CHRISTOPHER; Andalusia, AL SHOUSE, STUART; Ft.Walton Bch, FL SHOVLAIN, LINDA; Tallahassee, FL SIDES, ALISA; Montgomery, AL SIKES, NANCY; Luverne, AL SILAVENT, RONNIE; Slocomb, AL SILVA, GUSTAVA; Troy, AL SIMPSON, CAROL; Montgomery, AL SIMS, DOUGLAS; Thomasville, AL SKILLMAN, CHRISTOPHER; Walnut Grove,AL SLACK, CHERYL; Cape Coral, FL SMALL, CHRISTOPHER; Atlanta, GA SMITH, CAMMY; Ashford, AL SMITH, JAMES; Dothan, AL SMITH, KIMBERLY; Troy, AL SMITH, KIMBERLY; Opelika, AL SMITH, KIMBERLY; Red Level, AL SMITH, LANNIE; Greenville, AL SMITH, LAURIE; Jacksonville, FL SMITH, MARK; Midland, AL SMITH, OLIVE; Daleville, AL SMITH, TIMOTHY; Dothan, AL SMITH, TRACI; Alex City, AL UH JRfl l I 240 Juniors SNIIU. IIKKV UruiMJi(lK -. Al SMIK.KOU |AMES; SOUTHIKI AM), Willi - SPANN, |ANEj Montgon ■ ■ -M SPANN, KK HARD. lr.,. Al si-i MIS GREGOR SPI ( I mnjamin spinuir GLENN; Troy, M SQUiRl, mm an. l oy, AL STARII (,, DAVID; rroy, AL Ml adham, RONALD; amden. M siihuins shannon, Brooksvilie, II MIPHINS, s( ()TT; Dothan, AL MIPHInson IASON; Florem i STEWART, GRIGORI. Decatur, AL sil WART, WILLIAM; BrundidRo. AL STOKis iisiii, Goshen, M STOKFS, THOMASINE; Montg STOKLLY, CYNTHIA; Opelike, M STONE, ANITA; s - Brockton, AL STORFY, ZACKARY; Llba, AL STOUGH, ANNETTE; Troy, AL STRICKLAND, JUDY; Louisvill. M STRICKLAND, MALCOLM; Eufaula, AL STUTZMAN, YVONNE; Brandon, FL SULLIVAN, PHILLIP; Clermont. Fl SULLIVAN, WILLIAM; Hope Hull, AL SUMMERFORD, GEORGE, Tn SYPHRIT, SHERYL; Jackson, AL TANNER, JENNIIIR. Gn enville, AL TARVER, DEBORA, Midway, M TATUM, LANCE; O ark. M TAYLOR, ANDRIW, Satellite Beach, FL TAYLOR, CAROLYN; Birmingham, M TAYLOR, JERRY; Dothan. M H Beverly Moreno, a senior from Pensacola, Fla., used her prowess in public speaking to accumulate a host of awards and much recognition for Troy State In her six quarters of intercolle- giate competition, Be erl won a total of 37 awards in various anas of public speaking. Beverly also represented TSU at two national tournaments, one at the Univ. of Texas in -Arlington and the other at San Diego State Univ. There she fini shed 40th of 110 in informative speaking Beverly accepted a graduate caching assistantship and assis- tantship in forensic S at the L i sit) ot Manama. Juniors 241 TAYLOR - WILLIAMS TAYLOR, MARY; Troy, AL TERRY, YOLANDA; Daleville, AL TEW, CINDY; Slocomb, AL TEW, STANLEY; Ozark, AL THOMAS, DELISA; Pensacola, FL THOMAS, FREDDIE; Montgomery, AL THOMAS, RHONDA; Montgomery, AL THOMPSON, MELONI; Thomaston, GA THOMPSON, SHARON; Oakforest, IL TIELKING, DONALD; Oneonta, AL TINSLEY, KAREN; Auburn, AL TISDALE, JAMES; Brantley, AL TODD, MICHAEL; Winter Haven, FL TOLAR, MANLEY; Pansey, AL TOLOMEO, TRACEY; Pensacola, FL TOMPKINS, GEORGE; Ramer, AL TORRES, JOSE; Troy, AL TRAYLOR, EUGENIA; Phenix City, AL TRUETT, JAMES; Skipperville, AL TRUETT, YOLANDRA; Lanett, AL TURDO, MIKE; Palm Beach, FL TURK, MICHAEL; Lynn Haven, FL TURNER, DELIA; Montgomery, AL TURNER, THERESA; Greenville, AL TYLER, CARLOS; Mobile, AL UNDERWOOD, COURTENAY; Dothan, AL VANLANDINGHAM, DARRIN; Geneva, AL VANSANT, CURTIS; Troy, AL VAUGHN, LISA; Graceville, FL WADDELL, DENISE; Georgetown, GA WALDROP, RAYMOND; Phenix, AL WALKER, ALONZO; Mobile, AL WALKER, CHRISTOPHER; Dothan, AL WALKER, CYNTHIA; Montgomery, AL WALKER, MARY; Andalusia, AL WALKER, PATRICIA; Andalusia, AL WALKER, SONJA; Newville, AL WALLACE, HENRY; Troy, AL WALLACE, KEITH; Prattville, AL WALLS, JOSEPH; Montgomery, AL WASHINGTON, JUAN; New Orleans, LA WATSON, DAVID; Greenville, AL WATSON, RUBEN; Mobile, AL WEAVER, RODNEY; Troy, AL WEEKLEY, DEBORAH; Mobile, AL WEEKLEY, NANCY; Dothan, AL WEEKS, BRIAN; Kinston, AL WEEKS, DOUGLAS; Opp, AL WEEKS, KEITH; Florala, AL WELCH, SONJA; Tuskegee, AL WHISONANT, CHARLES; Opp, AL WHISONANT, SHARON; Lake Alfred, FL WHITAKER, SCOTT; Dothan, AL WHITE, CHRISTY; Brewton, AL WHITE, ELLA; Troy, AL WHITE, JOE; Clearwater, FL WHITEHEAD, C; Troy, AL WHITTLE, ROSE; Castleberry, AL WHITTLE, WILLIAM; Hayneville, AL WIGINTON, DONALD; Leeds, AL WIGGINS, TAMMY; Andalusia, AL WILKERSON, ANGELA; Troy, AL WILKINS, DAVID; Troy, AL WILLIAMS, JEFFREY; Newton, AL WILLIAMS, MARY; Samson, AL WILLIAMS, MONIQUE; Fortworth, TX WILLIAMS, PAULA; Leeds, AL WILLIAMS, PEARL; Abbeville, AL WILLIAMS, PENNY; Georgetown, FL WILLIAMS, VICKI; Pittsview, AL m a a 242 Juniors IAMSON - ZORN R " ft r : WILLIAMS ( MtOI U II I I -VMS .Win WlllltORD. DRK WIIIIIORD. II WIIIOl GHBY, M s. s. Anion, AL WILSON, BRENDA Enlerprl • won. Bin Naples, Fl wood, v ■ M wool) ion ' i Montgon ery, Al WOODH-VM klMBIKH Webb, AL WOODHAM. PAT! WOODS, ml i. if. rroy, M WOODS, PHI I IX. Troy, AL WOOTEN, DONAI D. Atmore, AL WRAY, (AMES; Jacksonville, IL WRIGHT, ANDRIW, Blakely, GA Wl RTHMANN KIMI. Iceland, FL wi mikk h DAVID; Clearwater, FL YAKUBOWSM. KIMS Orlando FL YATES, JACQUELYN, Troi YORK, ANSA; Holiday, H YOUNG, CHRISTOPHER; Ft Walton Bch, FL YOUNG, DEBORAH, Andalusia, AL YOUNG, SUSAN; Baker Hill, AL YOUNG, SUSAN; Eglin AFB, FL YOUNGERS, HUGH; Vestavia Hills, AL ZAPATA, DAN, Brundidgc l ZORN, DAVID; Slocomb, AL Kim Davis, a senior from Grady, was crowned Miss Rodeo Alabama in March of 1986. Kim represented the Profes- sional Rodeo Cowboys Asso- ciation in activities across the state and at national comp« tition in Las Vegas. The Miss Rodeo Alabama contest is not just a beaun pageant. The contestants ai judged 50 percent on poi- ana personal appearance and 50 percent on horsemanship As Miss Rodeo Alabama, Kim spoke at luncheons, banquets, and other public events and appeared al ro- deos and horse shows. Kim took her linal r i ti • Miss Rodeo Alabama on March 11, 1987 at Garrett Coliseum in Montgomery. After giving up her title and crowning the new queen, Kim commented, " It ' soeen a fun vcar — I miss it already. It ' s a lifelong dream that Wi gone in a year. It ' s been so wonderful. article In Cynthia s Nelson Juniors 243 1 .Nil ADAMS - BOULWA ADAMS, BOBBY; Bonifay, FL ADAMS, WENDY; Andalusia, AL ADCOCK, DEBORAH; Troy, AL AGBAJE, ADEYINKA; Troy, AL ALEXANDER, DENA; Dothan, AL ALLEN, DELORES; Dozier, AL ALLRED, DONNA; Birmingham, AL AND AN AMISON, MIKE; Elba, AL AMLONC, JEFFREY; Elba, AL ANDERSON, DENISE; Birmingham, AL ANDERSON, RONALD; Kinston, AL ANDREWS, WESLEY; Ozark, AL APLIN, JAMES; Andalusia, AL APLIN, RHONDA; Dothan, AL APPLEY, MITCHELL; Seminole, FL ARD, STARLA; Dothan, AL ARNOLD, JOE; Dothan, AL ARRINGTON, WARREN; Montgomery, AL ASHBY, MARSHALL; Troy, AL ASHCRAFT, MALINDA; Berea, KY AULTMAN, WILLIAM; Troy, AL BADLEY, JOHN; Andalusia, AL BAILEY, CARLA; Jack, AL BAILEY, ZOBRIA; Opp, AL BAKER, RHONDA; Troy, AL BALDWIN, DOUGLAS; Dothan, AL BALTZ, JOSEPH; Valparaiso, AL BARFIELD, MARTHA; Chipley, FL BARNARD, KAREN; Ft. Rucker, AL BARNER, ROBERT; Millbrook, AL BARNETTE, SONYA; Troy, AL BARR, GERALYN; Palm Bch., FL BARRON, BELINDA; Troy, AL BARRON, DAVY; Troy, AL BARTON, PHILLIP; Troy, AL BASSETT, EDWARD; Union Springs, AL BAUGH, SHARRON; Thomasville, AL BAUMAN, GERALD; Troy, AL BAXLEY, KIMBERLY; Dothan, AL BAZZELL, DEANNA; Deatsville, AL BEAN, LESIA; Troy, AL BEASLEY, MARY; Atmore, AL BECKHAM, RANDALL; Montgomery, AL BELL, JACQUELINE; Ozark, AL BELL, SHARON; Troy, AL BENDER, CYNTHIA; Ft. Deposit, AL BENNETT, MICKEY; Geneva, AL BENTLEY, CHARLES; Greenville, AL BENTON, MARY; Opp, AL BERRY, VANESSA; Stone Mtn., GA BIRKS, JOANNE; Seminole, AL BISHOP, KENNETH; Thomasville, AL BJORGAN, JON; Panama City, FL BLACK, ED; Troy, AL BLACKMON, JODY; Greenville, AL BLEDSOE, KARL; Andalusia, AL BLEVINS, JOSEPH; Selma, AL BLOCKER, SHEILA; Brewton, AL BLUE, LISA; Kinston, AL BOND, BRENDA; Troy, AL BOOKER, WANDA; Troy, AL BOONE, TRACI; Elizabethtown, KY BOULWARE, BARBARA; Enterprise, AL zi i 2Pa j 244 Seniors : fc l E m$m BOWlRs, m i Dothan, AL BRACKEN, RICHARD, Ozark, AL BRADLEY, ROBERT, Troy. AL BRANCH, PAMHA, Montgom.-r . Al BRANSisc, WILLIAM; Marianna, H BRANT1IV ( A I HI KIM, Troy, Al BRAY, CHRISTOPHER. ( learwater, FL BRAY, PAULA; Brundidge, AL BREWSTER, SHARON; Owasso, OK BRIGHT, ROBERT; Gallatin, TN BRIGHTON, JUDY; Ozark, AL BRISTER, SHARRI; Eairhope, AL BROADHEAD, STEVEN, Chatoom, AL BROOKS, KAREN, Troy, AL BROUSSARD, KAREN, Troy, AL BROWN, ALLISON; Montgomery, AL BROWN, EUGENE; Akron, OH BROWN, JIMMY; Troy, AL BROWN, LISA; Ozark, AL BRUNDIDGE, EDDIE; Brantley, AL BRYANT, CHARLES; Brundidge, AL BULLARD, ANGELA; Troy, AL BULLOCK, ROBERT; Brundidge, AL BUNDRICK, LOUANNE; Troy, AL BURKETT, ARNOLD; Miami, FL BURMAN, BRIAN; Venice, FL BURMAN, BRIDGETT; Venice, FL BURNHAM, LISA; Clayton, AL BUTLER, ROBERT; Opp, AL BYRD, LISA; Slocomb, AL CALABRESE, ROBERT; Plantation, FL CALDWELL, JEFFREY; Marbury, AL CALDWELL, TOMEKA; Birmingham, AL CALHOUN, MARY; Frisco City, AL CALLIORAS, SUE; Northwood, NH CAMPBELL, MARK; Eutaula, AL CAMPBELL, RUSS; Crystal River, FL CANNEDY, CLIFFORD; St Petersburg, FL CAPORINI, STEPHEN, Palm Bch. Gardens, FL CARR, PAMELA; Geneva, AL CARROLL, LESLIE; Tavare- H CARROLL. TERESA; Enterprise, AL CARSON, HOPE; Fayettevillc, GA CARSWELL, HAROLD; Hollywood. FL CARTER, MONICA; Brundidge. AL CARTER, RUDOLPH; Tro) CASTLEBERRY, JACKIE; Andalusia, AL CAUTHEN, WILLIAM; Montgomer i CAVANAGH, MICHAEL; Boynton Bch , FL CETTI, ELIZABETH, Trov, AL CHANCEY, CYNTHIA; Dothan, AL CHERRY, JANICE; Ariton, AL CHILDREE, AMI; Ozark M ( HINAKWE, CHARLES Nigeria CLARK, Onthia Enterprise M CLARK, FRANKIE; Cottonwood, AL CLARK, |OHN. Troy, Al c [ kk MARY; Brundidge, AL ( i kk WILLIAM; Elba C l AW ON PVTKKIX Montgom. c II RV KERRI; Orlando, FL en mints ( i rtis Tro) ai CLEMfNTs 2£N Trov Al Seniors 245 CLINE - DYKES COE, DENNIS; Dothan, AL COLEMAN, TANNA; Smiths Station, AL COLLVER, CARON; Dothan, AL COLLVER, CATHERINE; Dothan, AL COLMAR, SUSAN; Troy, AL t CLINE, KAREN; Brooksville, FL COACHMAN, EARLINE; Cottonwood, AL COBB, ALISA; Troy, AL COBURN, LAURA; Evergreen, AL COCHRAN lONNIE, ; Ashford, AL COL COMBS, PAMELA; Montgomery, AL COOK, GLORIA; Greenville, AL COPELAND, HARRIET; Ft. Walton Bch, FL ECORLEY, JULIA; Glenwood, AL , THOMASETTE; Union Springs, AL COWART, LORRAINE; Goshen, AL COX, ELAINE; Bradenton, FL CRAWFORD, ALFONSO; Birmingham, AL CRAWFORD, HARRIS; Alma, GA CREEL, ADAM; Montgomery, AL CRENSHAW, CORNELIA; Montgomery, AL CRENSHAW, RUTH; Montgomerv, AL CREWS, RORY; Dothan, AL CRIBB, KENNETH; Avon Park, FL CUDE, DONNA; Moultrie, GA CULPEPPER, SHEILA; Troy, AL t CULPEPPER, YVON; Troy, AL CULVERHOUSE, DONNA; Dothan, AL CULVERHOUSE, JIMMY; Enterprise, AL CURENTON, ARTHUR; Troy, AL CURRIE, CHARLOTTE; Old Town, FL CURTIS, GEORGE; Montgomery, AL CURVIN, JEFFREY; Okeechobee, FL CUTRUZZULA, MICHAEL; Benton, AL DAUGHTRY, DEBBIE; Andalusia, AL DAVIS, BROCKTON; Troy, AL DAVIS, JENNIFER; Luverne, AL DAVIS, ROBERT; Troy, AL DAVIS, TOMMY; Monroeville, AL DEHAYE, JANICE; Huntsville, AL DENISON, JOSEPH; Troy, AL DENISON, WILLIAM; Troy, AL DERAMUS, ANGELA; Troy, AL DEW, SCOTT; Atmore, AL DICESARE, FRANK; Lakeland,FL DICESARE, ROSANNA; Lakeland, FL DOCTSON, GREGORY; Montgomery, AL DONALDSON, LINDA; Enterprise, AL DONALDSON, SHARON; Opp, AL DOVE, BRIAN; Troy, AL DOWDLE, DEBORAH; Alpharetta, GA DOWNIE, PAULA; Louisville, AL DRAKE, HARRY; Jacksonville, FL DRAUGHON, WELLS; Geneva, AL DRIVER, SHANNON; Dozier, AL DUFF, JULIE; Florence, SC DUGOSH, THOMAS; Panama City, FL DUNCAN, KATHY; Clermont, FL DUNCAN, PATRICIA; Troy, AL DYKES, HOWARD; Troy, AL . 1M .fc? 246 Seniors 1U L X c[ lU % Debra Porrett, .1 senior from Daleville, took advantage of an op- portunity many students ne- glect—applying for scholar- ships. Debra ' s effort paid off as she won a Birmingham Ad- vertising Club scholarship, a Dothan Advertising Club scholarship, and a National Direct Marketing scholar- ship. " I really didn ' t think I had much of a chance winning these scholarships, because I ' m from a small college, " said Debra. However, what she discov- ered was that the size isn ' t all that important — taking the time to fill out the forms and at least trying is. " Many students don ' t real- ize that there are S holar- ships available, it they would only take the tune and ask their advisers ' said Debra. Debra actually used being from a small c ollege as an as- set in one of her ( ompeti- tions. " In my attempt to win the Direct Marketing Scholar- ship, I wanted to attend the seminar the winner gets to go to, " she said, " so, I told them we were a small college and had no direct marketing courses, so I needed the in- formation from the course. " The judges apparently agreed with her and liked her work, as she was one of 70 students from across the country selected to attend the (Jirec t marl eting seminar held in Washington D.C. at the ( ollegiate Dire t Mar- !■ eting Institute. Applying for these schol- arships has invoked de ing radio and T.V. commer- 1 idls, magazine and n paper ads, and other adver- tising paraphernalia. " I feel like I ' ve opened some people ' s eyes to these S holarships because people have asked me how to apply next year, " said Debra. Debra has plans to use her advertising degree in pursuit of a position as an account executive for an ad agen y. She has plans to eventually own her own agency. I » mi P W EASTERWOOD I RRV shford M EDDINGTOV WTOIM Kokoil EDGAR. DWIt). Troi M EFURD. SANDRA; fehford, M HURT JOHV M01 M ELLINGTON |()l, Brewton l IIIINOR. ( VTHERINE; Panama Ciu . H Hits, CHARLES, Phenix Cit M lllis RIHK( Phen • ELLISOR. ROBERT. Mob II MORI ( HARLES ( bom K EMELOGL l()ll Nigeria in or 11 win R (Vndatusia M ERDOESY. JOHS, Tro M ESLFR wuii-wi Plantation, Fl ESTES, DAVID; Dothan. M l IRs ioh Andalusia M 1 k iir (,ii 51cm omb, M l RR R rHOMAS; Creem I M I k CATHY; Honoraville M IIRi.l SON, IMBBII Doziei M IK kl . Dl f Montgomery FIN H c h riis Panama it H H I)IR TAMMY EBm M IINORI K U S FITZPATRK K i Rins Fori I): FLETCHIR. IAMES Branford It FLOM R BARBARA rroy M FLORES CREISY; Defuniak Springs FLOUIRs KIH Ir,n | FLOWIRs ihom s froy M HisjiR (l KK Fa rhof 1 IOI T MS HI CH .Mon l iouiir TiMOTin Doihai (R HV GREGORY. {II. M . Seniors 247 FREEMAN, DEREK; Troy, AL FROST, SYLVIA; Dothan, AL FULLER, LINDA; Titusville, FL FUNK, LORI; Fairhope, AL FUQUA, ANDREW; Union Springs, AL CADDY, SABRINA; Thomasville, AL CALBRAITH, CONNIE; Eufaula, AL GARRETT, SHARON; Montgomery, AL CARTMAN, SHELIA; Saint Stevens, AL GATES, BETSY; Troy, AL GATES, JAY; Troy, AL GAVRAS, IIMMIE; Andalusia, AL GEDDIE, REBECCA; Montgomery, AL CELL, LARRY; Troy, AL GERMAN, RODNEY; Albany, GA GIBBS, SARA; Camden, AL GILLEY, MARTY; Enterprise, AL GILLIS, MICHAEL; Samson, AL GILMER, ALPHONSE; Mobile, AL GIRDNER, AARON; Troy, AL GLASCO, PATRICIA; Glenwood, AL GOLDEN, MONA; Troy, AL GONSTAD, CYNTHIA; Enterprise, AL GOOD, DAVID; Panama City, FL GOODSON, JERRY; Ariton, AL GOODSON, TIMOTHY; Ariton, AL GOSS, JOSEPH; Marietta, GA GORDON, DAWN; Montgomery, AL GRADIC, JERRY; Dothan, AL GRANT, DEBORAH; Brundidge, AL GRAVLIN, EDWARD; Troy, AL GRAVLIN, VICKI; Troy, AL GRAY, JAMES; Donalsonvile, GA GRAYSON, ANTHONY; Spokane, WA GREEN, IRIS; Birmingham, A ' GREEN, LYNN; New Brockton, AL GREEN, SHEILA; Union Springs, AL GREENE, GWENDOLYN; Montgomery, AL GREENING, LINDY; Fort Rucker, AL GREENSPAN, DAVID; Savannah, GA GRICE, ROBERT; Troy, AL GRIDER, KAREN; Elba, AL GRIFFIN, CARROL; Enterprise, AL GRIFFIN, CHARMENE; Troy, AL GRIFFIS, BARBARA; Ariton, AL GRIMES, DAVID; Gulf Shores, AL GULLEY, MELISSA; Troy, AL GUNN, JAMES; Thomasville, AL HALE, JEFFERY; Dothan, AL HALE, SUSAN; Ozark, AL HALL, BYRON; Marietta, GA HALL, DENISE; Hartford, AL HALL, MARY; Andalusia, AL HALL, PEGGY; Troy, AL HAM, MATTHEW; Ozark, AL HAMILTON, KENNETH; Thomasville, AL HAMILTON, MARGARET; Ozark, AL HAMM, MELISSA; Louisville, AL HAMMONDS, LONZYA; Whigham, GA HANSON, ANTHONY; Enterprise, AL HARDIN, PAMELA; Ashford, AL HARDIN, TRESA; Tuscaloosa, AL HARP, SAM; Pinson, AL HARRINGTON, REESE; Whigham, GA HARRIS, WILLIAM; West Palm Beach, FL HARRISON, MARY; Port Saint Joe, FL HARRISON, MILTON; Selma, AL HARRY, JEFFREY; Goshen, AL HARTZOG, CHRISTOPHER; Clio, AL HARVEY, JAMES; Troy, AL 248 Seniors Zl MASS! 1 1, iinda, Enierpi , -. AL IIMfHIM, I AMIR A. ' .o-.sulga, AL HA( ( k kimbiriv Ozark, M HAWK, ROBIk 1. Wlntesburg, GA HAWI kjORK. Gadsden, AL HAYES, MAI IS I, PI HAYWOOD. IIMMIE; Birmingham, AL HI A ION. HI R MAN; Thomasville, AL HELMS, HI BORAH; Dolhan. AL HH ms, |i dv. BrundkJge, AL HELTON. UIMRII); Mobile, AL HENDlkSON IIIK IA. Opp, AL HENUIRsON, MARTHA; Slocomb, AL HENDRIX, GEORGE , AL HENLEY, KEITH; Troy, AL HENLEY, MELISSA; Troy, AL HEWETT, CYNTHIA; Chattahoochee, FL HICKS, ROSA; Union Springs, AL Hill . TANA; Opelika, AL HINTON, WANDA, Phenix City, AL HOBDY, LAFAYE; Brundidge, AL HOBSON, TATE; Enterprise, AL HOFFMANN, REBECCA; Gainesville.FL HOLLAND, STEVE; Slocomb, AL HOLLINGSWORTH, SAM; Monroeville AL HOLLINGSWORTH, THOMAS; Eufaula, AL HOREN, SARAH; Ozark, AL HORSTEAD, TED; Elba, AL HORTON, ROBERT; Andalusia, AL HOVEY, DINA; Camp Hill, AL HOWARD, PEGGY; Fitzpatrick, AL HOWARD, TERRI, Jacksonville, FL HOWELL, MARCUS; Enterprise, AL HUDON, SENECAL; Luverne, AL HUDSON, ANNA; Elba, AL HURST, CELIA; Peterman, AL HURST, KEVIN; Enterprise, AL HUSSEY, LORI; Troy, AL HUTSKO, TODD; Brandon, FL IKNER, CHRISTOPHER; Pensacola, FL INGRAM, KENT; Los Angeles, CA IRONS, DANA; Troy, AL IRWIN, MICHAEL; Selma, AL ISSAC, LYNDON; Ulee, FL IVEY, REBECCA; Clio, AL JACKSON, BRENDA; Trov AL JACKSON, MARTHA; Glenwood, AL JAHANNEMA. HAMID, Tro . M |ARIYATEPTA ON ANIDA; Fort Walton Bch., FL JARVIS, EARDLEY; Titusville, FL JEFFCOAT, RICHARD; Trov, AL JEHS, JIM; Largo, FL JINWRIGHT, NATALIE; Troy, AL JOCHEN, JERE, Trov, AL JOHNSON, DAVID; Lockhart JOHNSON, GERALDINE; Brantley, AL JOHNSON RICKY; Brantle . AL JOHNSON, SANDRA, Troy, AL JOHNSTON, CHRISTINF; Brundick JOHNSTON ItfFRIV Mobik JOHNSTON LYN; Opp Al JONES ANNITTI Trov, AL IONES. DONNA. Trov Al IO is i son, Tallassee, AL K)N|v [(ROM! !•■ . AL |ON|s MIONMI Montgomery AL IONI . MARK: FnterpriM JONES. MARK Miami, FL ION|s N N( •• JONES, REBECS V goriM rj AL Seniors 249 JONES - MAYFIELD JONES, SOUNDRA; Wilmer, AL JONES, SUSAN; Burkville, AL JORDAN, ARTHUR; Athens, AL KEETON, BRENDA; Troy, AL KEETON, LINDA; Troy, AL KEITH, KENNETH; Troy, AL KELLEY, ANGIE; Grovehill, AL KELLEY, MICHAEL; Montgomery, AL KELLEY, STEPHEN; Fairhope, AL KELLY, BERTRAM; Troy, AL KELLY, JEFFREY; Enterprise, AL KENNEDY, KEVIN; Cocoa Beach, FL KENNEDY, MURDOCK; Troy, AL KENNETT, MELISSA; Enterprise, AL KENNY, COLLEEN; Troy, AL KETCHAM, SONYA; Ariton, AL KIMBRO, JOE; Dozier, AL KINCEY, VANESSA; Clopton, AL KING, ARTHUR; Troy, AL KING, DONALD; Montgomery, AL KING, SONYA; Kinston, AL KINSER, APRIL; Sylacauga, AL KIRKLAND, HOSEA; Abbeville, AL KJELDAHL, CRAIG; Troy, AL KLINE, KAREN; Ft. Rucker, AL KLINE, LAURIE; New Port Richey, FL KUHNLY, GARY; Ariton, AL KURTZ, GWENDOLYN; Ozark, AL LAMBERT, KENNETH; Andalusia, AL LANIER, THELESA; Troy, AL LASHLEY, SHELIA; Headland, AL LASSITER, JAMES; Slocomb, AL LAWRENCE, KELLY; Montgomery, AL LAWSON, JIMMA; Sneads, FL LAYFIELD, DARRELL; Troy, AL LEDBETTER, PHYLLIS; Ozark, AL LEE, SHARON; Troy, AL LEE, TANGELA; Atmore, AL LEE, TERESA; Frisco, AL LEICHNER, EDWARD; Adel, GA LETT, DEBRA; Evergreen, AL LEVERETTE, WILLIAM; Luverne, AL LEWIS, KEITH; Elba, AL LEWIS, KELLIE; Geneva, AL LEWIS, VONDA; Dothan, AL LING, NYUK; Troy, AL LINTON, MARY; Opp, AL LITTLE, CYNTHIA; Georgiana, AL LOFLIN, REBECCA; Troy, AL LONG, DAUN; Troy, AL LOTT, CAROLYN; Bessemer, AL LOWERY, DAVID; Greenville, AL LUCAS, CYNTHIA; Troy, AL LUMLEY, BARNEY; Jacksonville, FL LUNA, PATRICIA; Opp, AL LUNDY, CHARLES; Milledgeville, GA LUNSFORD, CHARLES; Apalachicola, FL MACHEN, TINA; Port St. Joe, FL MACK, JACQUELYN; Destin, FL MACRIS, ELIAS; Troy, AL MAESTRI, SHARON; Troy, AL MAHONE, DWAYNE; Goshen, AL MANNING, HUGH; Troy, AL MANNING, ROBERT; Enterprise, AL MARABLE, BRIDGET; Tuskegee, AL MARCHMAN, KIMBERLY; Dothan, AL MATCHETT, CHUCK; Daphne, AL MATHIS, LAORA; Ozark, AL MATTHEWS, PAUL; Jacksonville, FL MAYFIELD, GERALD; Vallejo, CA 0Wh 3 Attn 250 Seniors AYNARD - O PP a On.ft kft .. », | MAYNARIJ, FREDERK • Al maynard. pocip ' MAYS, KK HARD Troy. AL M( ADAMS, lot IS; Enterprise, AL MCCAmiKs, M DY; Dotl an, AL • IHIRN. Ak IV Uothan, AL MCCLELLAN, )K I . Montgomery, AL 3V, MCCOLLOUCH, TODD; Elba, AL MCCRORY, CLINT, Panama City, H MCCRORY, MICHAEL; ' AL MCDOWELL, MICHELLE; Sylacauga. AL MCGOWAN, MARK; Geneva, AL MCKINLEY, MICHAEL; Crestview, FL MCKINNEY, PAMELA; Montgomery, AL MCKNIGHT, KARAN; Dothan, AL MCNELLEY, CHARI; Dothan, AL MCPHERSON, MITCHELL; Beatrice, AL MCRAE, LISA; Greenville, AL MCVAY, KIMBERLY, Thomasville, AL MERRILL, KIMBERLY; Jacksonville, FL MERRILL, MYRA, Enterprise, AL MERRITT, ANGIE; Slocomb, AL MIDDLETON, DEBBIE; Enterprise, AL MIHOVILICH, RICHARD; St. Augustine, FL MILEY, ANGELA; Enterprise, AL MILLER, JACQUELINE; New Brockton, AL MILLER, KIMBERLY; Elba, AL MINCEY, MELISSA; Tequesta, FL MITCHELL, DOUGLAS; Morrow, GA MOBBS, PAMELA; Ozark, AL MOLETTE, ROBERT; Eufaula, AL MONTGOMERY, DAVID; Birmingham, AL MOODY, KRISTINA; Kinston, AL MOORE, JUANITA; Andalusia, AL MOORE, LEONARD; Troy, AL MORENO, BEVERLY; Robertsdale, AL MORGAN, ELIZABETH; Luverne, AL MORGAN, KEITH; Tavares, FL MORGAN, RONALD; Troy, AL MOTES, LYNN; Troy, AL MOUNT, GARY; Brantley, AL MOZO, REBECCA; Enterprise, AL MULCAHY, MICHAEL, Montgomery, AL MULLINS, LESLIE; Zephyrhills, FL MULLINS, SYLVIA; Newton, AL MURPHY, HAL; Gilbertown, AL MURPHY, SUSAN; Spanish Fort, Al MUSGROVE, SHERRI; Eutaula, Al MYERS, CRAIG; Niceville, FL MYERS, KEVIN; For! Pier e KN NACHMAN, RICHARD, Cantonment, FL NAHHAS, HENRY; Troy, AL SAIL. STEPHEN; Walusia, AL NETTLES, ALAN; Monroeville, AL NEWBY, CHARLES; Greenville AL NEWTON, KIMBERLY; Thomasul ■ NGAH, GIDEON; Cameroon NICHOLS; CAROLE, Union Sprim NICOLUCCI, DEBBIE, Camd - NORRIS, STACEY; Lakeland, FL NORTON, |OHV Troy, AL OATES, PAMELA; Marburv, AL OBAR PAMEI A; Dothan, AL ODOM KIM Fri$CO C ' iU M OLIVER |i sv|( rroy l OlIMR. kt ITU l.-ti Walton, FL O ' TOOLE DANIEL; Palmersdale. AL O ' TOOLE, Mil HAIL; PalmersdaU OUISS, HARRISON, Pensacola. El Seniors 251 PADAVANIJA - PHILLIPS I PADAVANIJA, CHEDABHA; Montgom. PAGE, JENNIFER; Tuskegee, AL PMNTIR. WILLIAM; Vero Beach, FL PALMER, REBECCA; Mobile, AL PARAMORE, BEN; Newton, AL PARENTI, DAVID; Troy, AL PARISH, CHARLIE; Headland, AL PARKER, DAVID; Ramer, AL PARKER, TAMMY; Enterprise, AL PARKS W1HONY; Montgomery, AL PARSONS, RICHARD; Troy, AL PARSONS, ROBERT; Troy, AL PARVIS, MISTI; Dothan, AL PATTERSON, PATRICIA; Luverne, AL PAYNE, JIMMY; Skipperville, AL PEARSON, DEE; Opelika, AL PENNINGTON, ALBERTA; Troy, AL PERKINS, SUSAN; Baton Rouge, LA PERRYMAN, PATRICIA; Montgomery, AL PETERMAN, ROBERT; Dothan, AL PHILLIPS, DAWN; Troy, AL r " Rent-a-movie madness ran rampant across the TSU campus as students began to realize the many benefits of renting movies and VCR ' s instead of going to the theatre. With the rising costs of movie admission, not to mention the high price of popcorn and cokes at the theatre, many students found that renting a movie for a couple of dollars was a convenient way to pinch a penny. In addition to saving mon- ey, renting movies provided a setting for social gatherings. Movie parties became popu- lar as students gathered around the T.V. in the com- fort of their own homes. Students could enjoy a wide selection of movies available at video stores, gro- cery stores and convenience stores. Often the difficulty was in choosing a couple of movies from the many available. article by Gayle Luhmann Above: Alpha Delta Pis gather around the T.V. to watch a scary flick. Far Left: Gayle Luhmann, Kim Collins and Michelle Smart have trouble deciding which movie to rent. 252 Seniors fiar fw ' -■ .: ' run Co i cm : PI1KINION MAR I PITTMAN III PLAVIK. HIMIIRI. Gainsville, II POLISH, •. MI PORIIR, I ' ll AR s (Min POWELL, n Kli R Florala, AL POWELL, (.iin. FloraU, AL rowill , SHELIA.Ei Al POWERS PAMEI a PR aii r k an i ifaula, M PRATHER, KERI; Doziei M PRESSON SCOTT; M PR! Will |AMESi ( olumbuv PRIOGEN, LISA; Ozark, M PKIK HARD, Raiph Dothan M I ' RiK hi ii iisiii PROPsi. iosipii Smiths M F ' Rl.lTT. Kl ITU. Dothan M PI CH, ROM WO GeorKiana Al PUGH, SONDRA rhomasvilli Ql MTLEBAI M, MARTIN; Anion. AL QUISfNBiRRN sc OTT; Enterprise RACKll V ( VNTH -ustine II RAILEY, HARlis rroy Al RAIMR sandra. Pensacola H RAiNKt IRICIA; Thomasville, GA K MNS, iionmi. Montgomery vi RAYBON, EDNA i nion Springs, M RAYBORN BARBARA, Monti RAYFIFLD. ABBV froy Al Rim. ANITA, Troy Al REESE, JEFFIRV rroy Al Rll l SHELIA; Headland, al REGISTIR ( ONNII. Troy Al Rill) iirrn rhomasvilli RHNoids STANLEY Dothan, AL RHODIs MAI RUN RICI UIIHAM. lr, Rl( H s bii Georgiana Al RIDGI. 111 abith Enterprise Al RlkARl) YVONNE; Enterprise ai RI O uc ll ll P.m.. ROBERTSON, Willis Froy l ROBH HAL PI li Metirie I A ROBINSON IKK !• ,. 1 RODcirs ( eorh Selma al ROGIRs PAMELA H Walton Brh Fl ROPIR ( iiii Montgomery Ross | lhs Arlington T Rl SHIN(, i RR Ri ss DONN Pan . M R i an 10m Forki s l TIR MAR Newville, M SANDERS M n ■„•.., is . M sXNDlRs STEPHANII I • Al on 253 SANDERS - STEEL ■I SANDERS, TAMMY; Dothan, AL SANSOM, JOHN; Opp, AL SASSER, BRUCE; Red Level, AL SASSER, JANIE; Florala, AL SASSER, KEITH; Geneva, AL SASSER, SHARI; Dothan, AL SATCHEL, FILOME; Dothan, AL SAVAGE, DONNA; Troy, AL SCHILLING, GARY; Howey in the Hills, FL SCHIPMAN, STEPHEN; Pensacola, FL SCHRAEDER, JENNIE; Slocomb, AL SCHWERER, VINCE; Ft. Pierce, FL SCOTT, JONATHAN; Swainsboro, FL SCOTT, MARIA; Montgomery, AL SCOTT, SHIRLEY; Union Springs, AL SCOTT, TERRI; Ozark, AL SCRUGHAM, HAL; Greenville, AL SEALE, MARK; Georgiana, AL SEALS, JENNIFER; Temple Terrace, FL SEARCY, KENNY; Troy, AL SELLERS, BONNIE; Newton, AL SENN, DAWN; Brundidge, AL SENN, PATRICIA; Brundidge, AL SENN, TAMMALA; Ariton, AL SESSIONS, MELANIE; Troy, AL SEXTON, MATTHEW; Panama City, FL SHARPE, BELINDA; Phenix City, AL SHARPNACK, ROSA; Columbus, IN SHAW, SUELLEN; Eufaula, AL SHAW, WAYNE; Brundidge, AL SHIPMAN, WILLIE; Troy, AL SHIRLEY, EDWARD; Millbrook, AL SHOWS, KERRI; Troy, AL SHRIVER, LISA; Grand Bay, AL SICKLER, MARGARET; Enterprise, AL SIGERS, CAROL; Troy, AL SIMMONS, ALETHEA; Montgomery, AL SIMS, TERESA; Troy, AL SKILLMAN, JAMES; Walnut Grove, AL SKINNER, VERLIN; Elba, AL SMARTT, MARK; Tucker, GA SMAW, KAREN; Lynn Haven, FL SMELTZER, KURT; Middleburg, FL SMITH, ADOLPHUS; Columbus, GA SMITH, BEN; Troy, AL SMITH, EVAN; Elba, AL SMITH, JENNIFER; Troy, AL SMITH, JULIE; Apalachicola, FL SMITH, KAREN; Pineapple, AL SMITH, KAREN; Gadsden, AL SMITH, LAQUAN; Thomasville, GA SMITH, ROXLAND; Alma, GA SMITH, SHANNON; Atmore, AL SMITH, TOMMY; Kinston, AL SMITH, WALTER; Shelby, AL SNEED, LARRY; Troy, AL SNIDER, BRITTON; Troy, AL SNOWDEN, CLAREN; Greenville, AL SOBOTTKA, RICHARD; Troy, AL SPENCE, MARY; Eufaula, AL SPENCER, SONYA; Daleville, AL SPIVEY, GLENDA; Brundidge, AL SPIVEY, REBECCA; Troy, AL SPIVEY, WILLIAM; Montgomery, AL SPORT, TOM; Luverne, AL SPRAGGINS, TIMOTHY; Thomaston, GA SPURGEON, CHRISTINE; Troy, AL SQUIRES, BOBBY; Grove Hill, AL STAFFORD, GREGORY; Claxton, GA STEELE, MARTHA; Enterprise, AL Pr.mi ». ■ • i .-) f m p 254 Seniors fca sarin STEPHENS, ravvio-.i;. Marietta, CA - rEPHENS, WENDELL; Troy, AL siiw ak I li Gl MA, Andalusia, AL MIW RT. (Rium. rroy, M situ - R I, HARRY; tohford, AL sin i uoriv Ran er. AL STINSOV smi v, Eufaula, AL STINSOV SHI IK, Georgian , AL STOKIS, KARIN, Andalusia, AL STOKES, RAYMOMJ, ( haru ellor, AL STONE, hinrn. ( hipley, AL STOUGH, FREDERICK; Troy, AL STRADIR, II IK IA, hoy, AL SI RIFT, VIRGINIA, Eairhope, AL STRENGTH, FREIDA; Troy, AL STRICKLAND, EDMOND; Ramer, AL STRINGER, DEBBIE; Grady, AL STUTTS, STEVEN; Dothan, AL SUGGS, REGINALD, La Grange, GA SUMMERS, NANCY; Prattville, AL SUTLEY, LISA; Elba, AL SUTTON, KIMBERLY; Troy, AL SYKES, TERESA; Mathews, AL TABRON, RHONDA; Daleville, AL TAMASOVICH, EDWARD; Midland, AL TAP, TAN KIAN; Troy, AL TASE, TERRY; Indian Harbour Bch., FL TASHJIAN, ROXANNE; Troy, AL TAYLOR, CAMMIE; Brundidge, AL TAYLOR, CYNTHIA; Prattville, AL TEAL, SUSAN; Madison, AL TEW, SCOTT; Dothan, AL THATCHER, PAUL; Groveland, IL THOMAS, DEBBIE; Eufaula, AL THOMAS, NORMA; Tro. THORNTON, THERESA; Louisville, AL TIPTON, TIM; Louisville, K TISDALE, DAVID; Brantley, AL TROUTT, JOHN; Troy, AL TUCK, ALVIN; Alexander City, AL TUCKER, LANA; Brewton, AL TURNER, BILLY; Andalusia, AL TURNER, LAUVONE; Greenville, AL TURNER, LESTER; Eufaula, AL TURNIPSEED, CHARLES; Goshen, AL UNDERWOOD, CARL; Dothan AL VANCE, GIBSON; Troy, AL VAUGHN, ANDREW; Douglas, GA VERRETT, DELORIES; Enterprise, AL VIGNOLA, JEAN; Elba, AL WADDAIL, MELANIE; Elba, AL U KFFIELD, IEANIE; Enterprise, AL U KEFIELD, STEVE; Florence, AL WALDEN, HANS, O ark, AL WALKER, LARRY; Trov, AL WALKER, SARAH; Headland, AL WALLACE, BRYAN, Atlanta, GA WALTON, CAROLYN; Enterprise M WARD, SL SAN Newton, AL U RE, ERIC; Montgomery 1 rrin iohn Montgomery WASDEN, ROBERT; Selma M WATERS, RHONDA; Bowling Green, FL WATKINS LAMIE; Birmingham, AL WATKINs , 1HOM s Rome. GA WASHINGTON [)l RR- Montgomerv. WEAVER, GARY, Evergreen, AL WEBER, LISA, O ar- WEEKS, IOHN Will NDER. SUSIE; Montgomerv, AL Seniors 255 EST - BRAZ II WEST, VANESSA; Dothan, AL WESTON, BERNARD; Boligee, AL WHITAKER, KEVIN; Panama City, FL WHITAKER, JEFFERY; Enterprise, AL WHITE, AUGUSTUS; Troy, AL WHITE, DEBORAH, Mobile, AL WHITE, DELAIN; Geneva, AL WHITE, KATHERINE; Troy, AL WHITE, NATHAN; Troy, AL WHITFIELD, ROBERT; Dothan, AL WHITING, MAE; Dothan, AL WIGGINS, WALTER; Andalusia, AL WILEY, BERNICE; Evergreen, AL WILHITE, TERRY; Andalusia, AL WILKERSON, LINDA; Troy, AL WILKES, MELODY; Troy, AL WILLIAMS, ALTO; Eufaula, AL WILLIAMS, ANGELA; Dothan, AL WILLIAMS, ANNIE; Seale, AL WILLIAMS, CHARLES; Bradford, FL WILLIAMS, CRYSTAL; Montgomery, AL WILLIAMS, DARRYL; Mobile, AL WILLIAMS, ELLIE; Troy, AL WILLIAMS, KENNETH; Opp, AL WILLIAMS, MARTHA; Cottonwood, AL WILLIAMS, RHONDA; Laurel Hill, FL WILLIAMS, SEBASTIAN; Prichard, AL WILLIAMS, TIMOTHY; Ozona, FL WILLIAMS, TROY; Jacksonville, FL WILLIAMS, WILLIE; Troy, AL WILLIAMSON, JAMES; Troy, AL WILLIAMSON, JOHN; Atmore, AL WILLIS, EDWARD; Sebring, FL WILSON, GINGER; Elba, AL WILSON, FRANKLIN; Troy, AL WILSON, WENDY; Brundidge, AL WOMACK, CINDY; Highland Home, AL WOOD, WILLIAM; Georgiana, AL WOODHAM, TRACEY; Midland City, AL WOODMAN, JIMMIE; Enterprise, AL WOODY, GLADYS; Springville, AL WORLEY, GINGER; Roanoke, AL WRIGHT, JAMES; Monroeville, AL WRIGHT, KEN; Mobile, AL WYNN, DOUGLAS; Geneva, AL WYATT, JAMES; Troy, AL WYNCOOP, SUSAN; Lakeland, FL YATES, HAMPTON; Troy, AL YEINGST, JODY; Ozark, AL YOUNG, MYRA; Troy, AL YOUNGBLOOD, KELLEY; Troy, AL YOUNGBLOOD, DEBORAH; Union Springs, AL ZABELA, THERESA; Sykesville, MD ZESSIN, WENDY; Andalusia, AL i[ A[MAT ANDERSON, CHERYL; Troy, AL ANDERSON, HOLLY; Troy, AL ANDERSON, WILLIAM; Troy, AL ARNOLD, LINDA; Troy, AL BARNES, GEORGEANN; Enterprise, AL BLACK, JILL; Troy, AL BRAZEAL, STEPHANIE; Montgomery, AL 256 Seniors Graduates fi tffSO ' it W x I BROW.. I INDA; ' •■ ' . AL BUNDRICK, SIHII A, Troy. Al HI Ml KATHY; Montgomery, AL BYARS. 1)1 SA. Troy, AL DAVIS, ROI1IK t, Birmingham, AL DENT, LOWANDA Montgon ery, AL DOVIN, BARRY, Enterprise, Al DRIGGLRS, DONNA; Troy, AL DUBOSE, MARY; Troy DUNN, TONY; Troy, Al EKPO, BRINIM; Birmingham, AL IIMAVPMRK AL FIRKIN, IRIC; Panama City Beach, FL FLOWERS, ANN; Troy, AL FOLMAR, MARGARET; Brantley, AL FOWEE, DEBORAH; Troy, AL FREE, JEANETTE; Montgomery, AL FURLOW, EVA; Troy, AL GAUSPOHL, WILLIAM; Troy, AL GILBERT, SCOTT; Troy, AL GRANT, ANITA; Jack, AL GREEN, JUDY; Troy, AL GRIFFIN, MARY; Troy, AL HALL, PEGGY; Montgomery, AL HARROD, DONALD; Eufaula, AL HENAGAN, DEWEY; Dozier, AL HOLSTON, PEARLINE; Montgomery, Al HULSEY, PHYLLIS; Brundidge, AL IVEY, TIMMY; Ozark, AL JONES, GAIL; Montgomery, AL KILLIAM, SUZANNE; Allison Park, PA KLEINSCHMIDT, NORMAN, Troy, AL LAZENBY, RAMONA; Montgomery, AL LISENBY, CROWELL; Montgomery, AL LEE, RICHARD; Montgomery, AL LOOK, PETER; Cape Coral, FL MCCALL, TAMMY; Troy, AL MCDOWELL, JAMIE; Dozier, AL MYRICK, RHONDA; Dozier, AL NIX, EDWARD; Foley, AL OUTLAW, BOBBY; Troy, AL PERRY, JILL; Kinston, AL PHILLIPS, ROBERT; Montgomery, AL PITTS, PATRICIA; Montgomery, AL PORTIS, LISTER; Mobile, AL RAINER, CATHERINE; Elba, AL REED, SUSAN; Montgomery, AL REID, TAMMY; Thomasville, AL RICHBURG, CYNTHIA; Goshen, AL RUSSELL, NANCY; Montgomery AL SALTER, MILTON; Grady, AL SEARCY, GINA; Columbia, AL SMITH, GAIL; Troy, AL SPANN, GLENDA; Montgomr SPANN, SANDRA; Montgom. STINSON, JERRIE; Troy, AL STINSON, LEIGH; I . L SUMMERLIN, AIRHI-V Montgomery Al TIPTON, CHERYL; Glenwood, AL VAUGHN, CAROLE, Trov, AL WILSON, JOHN; Dothan l Graduates 257 • ' - » «w; -« s w ■■ - , ' - - • •• ' ffA ' VfSr-— !• ! ■ 258 Organizations M w eSou »doi theSouth ■ issad ' h : • . • Lori Feathering Section Editor Cara English Greg Johnson Ed Moseley Donald Norsworthy Photographers inUatiore 259 The Student Govern- ment Association ' s main goal was to in- crease student participation within the organization and the University system. As fall quarter began, the number of students running for elec- tions increased compared to previous fall elections and voter turnout was increased as well. Several non-elected positions helped heighten student participation and in- crease the size of the SGA. One of the major goals of the SGA was to educate the student body on the use and abuse of alcohol on campus. After receiving suggestions from students and senators, the SGA put into motion the Collegiate Alcohol Aware- ness Project, a necessary and successful project for the Student Government. Other goals included an off-campus housing brocnure, reception for the national champion men ' s baseball and women ' s golf teams, the additon of Time and Newsweek in the university bookstore, the an- nual winter basketball tour- nament, diploma size in- crease for graduates of TSU and the increase of library hours. Although the Student Government Association achieved various goals, it was jolted by the resignation of President Odums after serv- ing only one quarter. After Odums ' resignation, vice- president Michael-Angelo James assumed the duties of president for winter and spring quarters. Despite the changes in the executive of- fice, the SGA was able to serve the student body in an efficient and beneficial man- ner. Michael-Angelo James President Winter and Spring 1987 Andrew Henderson Vice-President Kenton Odums President, Fall 1986 260 Student Government H t . ■ t t A 8 JL_4 4- iL -JJi 1 IF NStlt Senile Row One: Tony Maddox, Andrew Henderson, Laura Schunk, Julie Wilson and Keith Maddox Row Two: Alan Ruud, Richard Brackins, Jim Lavendar, Charles Schley, Chuck Boggs and Tommy Hoomes. Senate: Row One: Larry Crisp, Bud- dy Clark, Dwayne Harrington and Frank Laxson Row Two: James Gal- lagher, Paul Hall and Dean Robert Williford, adviser. Senate Row One: Julie Thorpe, Robin Barber, Debbie McGill. Stac dkmson and Delanna Rich Row Two: Dickie Nachman, Jeff Curs in. Glenn Spengler. Eric Finch Robert Fletcher and Ton Jonoutch Student Government 261 Supreme Court: Row One: Sherri Musgrove, Angela Coleman and Kim Collins. Row Two: Dale Lunn, Wayne Martin, Brent Stokes and Wayne Bassett. f 1 JP a Sf ill Executive Senate Staff: Jason Jones Kelvin Maddox, Tammy Hagadorn Keith Morgan and David Green- span. 262 Student Government Ashley G. Hill Executive Secretary Fall 1986 Kelvin Maddox Executive Secretary Winter and Spring 1987 Cathy Hodgkins Clerk Above: SGA President Michael-An- gelo James talks with members of the Senate after a meeting. Student Government 263 Herbert Reeves Coordinator of Men ' s Residence Brock Davis Residence Director, Alumni Hall Resident Assistants: Row One: Wade Brackins, David Grimes, Greg Hall, Ted Clem and Thorn White- head. Row Two: Reggie Benson, Paul Matthews, Mitch Appley, Har- rison Owens, Bart Wiginton, Chris Anderson and David Cauthen. 264 Men ' s Residence The Resident e Hall program al I roy State plays an important role in the lives of the on- ( ampus residents. The mem- bers of the resident e hall staff work to ( reate a home- like atmosphere in the dor- mitories, while at the same time maintaining a sense of order. Under the direction of Herbert Reeves, Coordina- tor of Men ' s Residence, stu- dents are selected for the positions of resident direc- tors and resident assistants. Selection for staff positions is based on an application and interview process. Men in- terested are expected to maintain an appropriate grade point average and to promote the University and its functions. Resident Assistants: Row One: Mi- chael James, Steve Gillis, Bernard Grant, Darris Edge and Mike O ' Toole. Row Two: Charles Tipton, Ralph Pritchard, Rob Bright, Buck Hanson, Steve Dabbs and Lauvone Turner. Mike Spivey Resident Manager, Dill Hall Ted Leichner Residence Director, Clements Hall Men ■ Result Laurianne Folmar Coordinator of Women ' s Residence S -s Resident Assistants: Row One: Musgrove, Kim Kelley and Angela Cathy Crowe and Shellie Reynolds. Coleman. Row Three: Cwen Ellis Row Two: Valerie Ohman, Sherri and Anne Donahue. Malinda Ashcraft Residence Director Pace Hall Tracey Woodham Residence Director Hamil Hall Angel Pearson Residence Director Covvart Hall Sonya King Residence Director Clements Hall 266 Women ' s Residence w T V Rebecca Bobo Residence Director Gardner Hall Jamie Watkins Residence Director Shackleford Hall Lori Robertson Director of Desk Assistants The Women ' s Resi- dence staff is com- posed of a group of re- sponsible and mature female students who work together to create a home-like atmo- sphere for on-campus resi- dents. Under the direction of Laurianne Folmar, coordian- tor of the Women ' s Resi- dence, the work of the resi- dence staff is a real asset to on-campus living. Resident Assistants: Row One: Vicky Lind, Tomeka Caldwell, The- resa Zabela, Rebecca Feria and Amy Markert. Row Two: Becky Hughes, Tammy Wood, Cathi Ellinor, Denise Hill and Tammy Murden. Women ' s Residence 267 Alpha Lambda Delta is a national society which honors high scholastic achieve- ment during the first year of college. The purpose of the organization 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 administaration on the Hon- ors Convocation program. nriA tVN fMi 268 Alpha Lambda Delta Row One: Jeff Huner, Loren Dur- ham, Tim Atkins, Dwayne Nichol- son, Ronnie Lowe, George Dins- more, Chris Celka, Daniel Sherman, James Kelley, Troy King, Joey Knight and Paul Louis. Row Two: Traci Ro- binette, Regina Home, Andrea Elli- son, Alesia Williams, Laura Franklin, Andrew Cheely, Katrina Rountree, Denise Taunton, Starla Hudson, Cherie Boshell, Christina Coates, Liz Williams and Susan Story. Row Three: Alisa Hayner, Lesley Ogden, Stephanie Woodham, Andria Foote, Leslie Dozer, Rosalinda Skeen, Beth Weatherford, Catherine Work, La- vonda McCollough, Chantelle Mar- ram, Amy Larimer, Yvette Jenright, Taylor Rushing, Peter Simpson, Kathy Mobley, Glenn Fuqua, Kim Howell, Mary Anne Moncrief, Tammy Yancey, Stephanie Hyde, Rhonda Shonk, Renee ' Turner, Chere Williams, Ginger Blake, Cindy Kobet and Tammy Phillips. Bet.i Up silon Sigma is the Sorrell s hool of Businesses honoi so j- ety. rhe rroy State University ( h .ip t • r re oy,- ni cs juniors and senior distinguished ability and e • eptional ac hie emenl in sc holarship in the field ol business. The so iet) founded locally by Shari Stark, Robert Pearson and Robert Palmer Membership into Beta Up- silon Sigma is 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 per- cent of their class. Members elected to membership in mett, Reese Harrington, Linda Has- 1986-87 are: Georgia Baribeau, Ma- sett, Lisa Hill, Glenda Lawhorn, Susan ria Brewer, Kendall Coates, Robert Lumpkin, Douglas Mitchell, Burton Firth, Carrol Griffin, Debra Ham- Newsome, Sheila Powell, Jeffrey Preston, Bonnie Railey, Cathryn Rudd, Cynthia Seymour, Richard Sobottka and Carl Underwood. P hi Eta Sigma is a na- tional freshman honor society that recog- nizes students who have attained an overall grade point average of 3.5 during their first two quar- ters in college. With over 200 chapters nationwide, Phi Eta Sigma promotes campus scholarship by providing " Hints on How to Study " booklets to all incoming stu- dents during their Pre-Col- lege Orientation session. Row One: Amy Larimer, Kathy Mobley, Kimberly Howell, Beth Lewis, Tabatha Timbs, Lori Hill, Leslie Dozer, Lavonda McCollough, Carol Bolin, Janet Benter, Gary Baker, Mi- chelle Fivian and Traci Robinette. Row Two: Stacey Coates, Liz Wil- liams, Cindy Kobet, Renee ' Turner, Andria Foote, Jewel Leavitt, Chrnr Boshell, Beth Weatherford, Tammie Yancey, Lexie Crowson, Patty McCullen, Chere Williams, Regina Home, Karen Morrow, Barbara Woodard, Katnna Rountreo and Mi- hrlle lenkcr Row Three: Michael Huang, Troy King, Donnic Mien Joey Knight and Paul Louh Beta Upsilon Sigma Phi Lta Sigma 269 The l c Math Club is an organization that promotes the study of mathematics among students at Troy State University. Each quarter the club conducts several meet- ings that are designed to help the math student better un- derstand the various areas of math and promote better student-teacher relations. Each spring quarter the club sponsors Math Week. The entire week is devoted to the idea of presenting math in ways that are both interest- ing and educational. O micron Delta Kappa, a national leadership society, recognizes meri- torious attainments in all- around leadership with a strong secondary member- ship requirement of scholar- ship. The society recognizes outstanding students, faculty and administration based on achievements in all areas of leadership. Members elected in 1986-87: Kitty Blankenship, Rebecca Bobo, Sharon Bradley, Gerry Brooks, Taylor Caf- fey, James Carlile, Cinda Clingen- peel, James Clower, Kendall Coates, Dolores Coholich, Angela Coleman, Kim Collins, Gloria Creek, Tommy Dugosh, Diane Ficke, Julie Forrester, Rhonda Gunter, Krista Inman, Mi- chael James, Alex Johnson, Linda Lee, John Lott, Gayle Luhmann, John McGovern, Sherri Musgrove, Amanda Ober, Jeannine Porter, Julie Saunders, Charles Schley and Anita Stone. 270 I7 Math Club Omicron Delta Kappa Row One: Mr. Grady Post, Talisman Ford, Tina Lockett and Dr. Christina Price. Row Two: Dr. Curtis Porter, Dr. Milton McPherson, Tammy Schofield, Amy Meacham and Lee Harris. Row Three: Jose Velez, Mi- chael Walden, Dr. Robert Pullen, Marcus Howell, Dr. Earl Smith, Diane Ficke, John Wiley Lott a nd Dr. John Carroll. Members elected to Phi Kappa Phi rn 1986-87 were Wendy Adams, Mitchell Appley, Christina Brock- way, Lisa Brown, Kendall Coates, Re- becca Ellis, Angela Farmer, Diane Ficke, Cindy Garrett, Sharon Green, Reese Harrington, Linda Hassett, Amy Judah, Sheila Lashley, Keith Lewis, Burton Newsome, Pamela O ' Bar, Monika O ' Quinn, Cindy Peel, Stephanie Sanders, Cvnthia Seymour, Joyce Strickland and Carl Underwood. The iota Mu Chapter ol Phi Alpha rheta, an hon- orary so( iety in his- tory , promotes histoi i al study hy students and f«K ulty members. Its membership is ele ted on the basis of CX( el- lence in the study or writing of history. During the Hon- ors Convocation program, the Phi Alpha Theta S( holas- tic Award was presentee] to Verlie Jacobs. o rganized at the University of Maine in 1897 as a local honor soci- ety, Phi Kappa Phi became a national society in 1900 and was the first honor society to recognize superior scholar- ship in all fields of study. Election to membership in Phi Kappa Phi is the highest academic honor at Troy State University. Generally, the initiates come from those outstanding seniors who are in the top ten percent of their class and have compiled a cumulative GPA of at least 3.6. Juniors who are elected must have a minimum aver- age of 3.8. Phi Alpha Theta Phi Kappa Ph The Gamma Beta Phi Society is an honor and service organiza- tion for students in colleges and universities throughout the United States. It is a non-secret, non- profit, and co-educational organization and member- ship therein does not ex- clude a student from mem- bership in any other organization. The objectives of Gamma Beta Phi are to recognize and encourage excellence in education through appropri- ate service projects. Some of the activities sponsored this past year were the " Coke Break " for registering stu- dents, a canned food drive for the needy at Thanksgiv- ing and in which TSU hosted the state convention in Janu- ary. II Above: The 1986-1987 initiates of Gamma Beta Phi. 272 Gamma Beta Phi Opposite Page: Top Lett Officers: Dr. Pam Manners, assistant faculty adviser; Michael Angelo-James, president; Holland Brovsn, historian; Cath) Collver, recording secretary and Dr. Nolan Hate her, faculty advis- er. Top Right: President Michael ngelo-James reads the Gamma Beta Phi oath to a new initiate Thi Page: Topiett Paige Stewart t ■ at the meeting r v Right Ol Cathy Collver makes an announce- ment about an upcoming activity Bottom. The 1986-1987 mem! . Gamma Beta Phi Gamma Beta Phi 273 The Troy State Univer- sity Spires Chapter of Mortar Board was recognized by the na- tional Mortar Board Society as an official chapter in April, 1979. Since its establishment on campus, the Spires Chap- ter has continually recog- nized outstanding seniors from diverse disciplines. New members are selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership and service. Can- didates must be at least in their junior year and must have attained a minimum GPA of a 3.2 on a 4.0 scale. Top: Mortar Board members Charlie Finch and Susan Pynes talk with guest Michelle Fivian at the Mortar Board tea held at the Chancellor ' s home. Row One: Tracey Woodham, Paul Matthews, Tami McCray-Reid and Ginger White. Row Two: Mrs. He- len Leverette, senior adviser; Chris- tin a Langley, Diane Ficke and Jason Jones. Row Three: Mitch Appley, Cliff Allred, Keith Morgan and Char- lie Finch. Row Four: Jeff May, Andy Fuqua, Sheila Lashley and David Conly. 274 Mortar Board fwSEOWCE " Members elected for 1987-1988 were Cina Asche, Kim Ba lv ade Brackins, Russ Campbell, Cinda Clingenpeel, Kendall Coates, Dolo- res Coholich, Angela Coleman, Shawn Doty, Emmie Dunnawas. Ju- lie Forrester, Jenelle Helms, Suzy Hill, Mary Hunt, Krista Inman, Mi- chael James, Linda Lee, Cayle Luh- mann, Timothy Mosle , James Mur- dock, Daniel Six Jeannine Porter, Susan Pynes, Jannet Sasser, Julie Saunders, Dianne Schofield, C nthia Seymour, Debbi Shores, Christine Spurgeon, Grant Stors, Susan Uil- loughby and Da id Zorn. Top Left: Mrs. Gibson places the cap on Vice President Gibson ' s head after he is tapped as an honorary member of Mortar Board. Top Right. Chancellor Adams donates his car for the Mortar Board display in the Homecoming parade. Bottom: Chancellor Adams signs a proclam- tion declaring the week of February 15-21 as Mortar Board week as Mor- tar Board members Brock Davis, Carolyn Gibson, Clifford Allred, He- len Leverette and Charlie Finch look on. Mortar Board Each spring six males and six females are chosen as Pre-College Orientation Leaders. These students are selected by an application and inter- view process, and qualifica- tions include knowledge of Troy State, ability to work well with others, involve- ment on campus, and a good rapport among students. The orientation leaders guide and assist prospective TSU students who come to one of the orientation sessions dur- ing the summer. The leaders give tours of the campus, an- swer any questions about college life and help students plan their schedules. Row One: Angie Overstreet, Jean- man. Row Two: Kenton Odums, ine Porter, Julie Saunders, Laura In- Taylor Caffey, Gibson Vance, Jason man, Angela Coleman and Krista In- Jones, Chris Brown and Steve Wake- field. Circle K is an interna- tional service orga- nization with clubs located all across the United States and many oth- er countries around the world. Circle K is sponsored by Kiwanis International and the Troy State club is spon- sored by the city of Troy Kiwanis Club. Circle K is a giving and caring club. The members invite anyone who wishes to be a part of a truly rewarding organization to join. Row One: Elaine Cox, Reginald Scruggs, Daniel Dwyler, Georgia Baribeau and Barbara Magee. Row Two: Henry Nahhas, Kim Baxter, Wendy Walters, Cindy Womack and Dr. Steve Garrott, faculty adviser. Row Three: Linda Golden, Denise Hill, Eric Howes, Charles Jackson, Glenda Lawhorn and Larry Walker. 276 Circle K The purpose of Art Guild is tO give stu- dents the opportuni- ty to p.irti jpate m in- dividual and departmental projects. Art m.ijors, minors and othei students are wel- come to join TSU ' s re.x ed Art Guild. Row One: Chip Evans, Rebecca Spi- vey, Judith Anne Hudson Senecal, Milton Salter, Dorothy Wilson, Sherry Grout, Scott Gardner and Dale Gates. Row Two: Patrick Hall, Dee Hand, Brenda Keaton, Missy Gullez, Larry Shillabeer, faculty ad- viser, and Misty Purvis. Bottom Left: Mr. Shillabeer erects his easel in preparation for art class. Bottom Right: The members of Art Guild participate in the Homecom- ing parade in a truly artful way. Art Guild 277 The International Stu- dents Cultural Orga- nization (ISCO) was established on the TSU campus in 1975. Its pur- pose is to promote brother- hood with foreign students attending the university. It is the only social group that meets weekly through the summer term as well as dur- ing the full academic year. Programs were presented each Thursday night by stu- dents, faculty, staff members and visitors. The highlight of the year was the sixth annual ISCO " Springfest. " Foreign and American foods were served, followed by special entertainment presented by members of the organiza- tion. Top: Henry Nahhas, Judith Senecal, Whitney Keese, Vicky Jesse, Eliza- beth McCarthy, James Sherry and Rhonda Tabron perform a French song. Bottom Left: Chancellor Ad- ams enjoys the variety of interna- tional foods at the ISCO " Spring- fest. " Bottom Right: Yasuhiko Nishina entertains the crowd with a Chinese dance. 278 ISCO Row One: Hamid Jahannema, Rosa- linda Skecn, Manish Copaldas and Rebeca Feria. Row Two: Whitney Keese, Matthias Schmook, )udith Senecal, Henry Nahhas and Pamela Merkcl Row Three: Michele Guil- liams, Susan Young, Hans Ingvar Nik- lasson, Rhonda Tabron and Kather- ing Reid. Row Four: Dr. Halt her. (acuity adviser, Todd Lidh, Mr. lames Sherry, Lynda Hughes. Paul Louis, Lauvone Turner, Peter Louis WilletU Hatchet and I ins Zuleta ISCO 279 The mission of Air Force ROTC is to educate and commis- sion officers for the United States Air Force. AFROTC Det. 17 (TSU) was established in September 1971. Recently named the most improved detachment in the southeast area, Det. 17 is ranked as one of the best detachments in the country. The ROTC curriculum in- cludes classroom instruction, jobs within the corps and a weekly one hour leadership lab. Cadets are encouraged to participate in all college activities and many are in- volved in sororities, fraterni- ties, religious organizations, varsity sports and various other programs. The detach- ment has its own social life including picnics, dinners and parties. Two AFROTC programs are offered-a four or two year program. Students can compete for scholarships or a tax-free monthly allowance of one hundred dollars. Troy State University ' s ROTC ca- dets are ready to meet the challenge of the future. Top: Brock Davis participates in ROTC ' s sport of the quarter activity. Cadet Staff: Row One: Major Brown, Major Ficke, Lt. Col. Varett, and Capt. Baltz. Row Two: Sgt. Col. Howell, Major Crews and Capt. Boyette, Major Tew, Major Koch, Mihovilich. 280 Air Force ROTC Top Left: Keith Oliver, Misty Cossen and Tish Clark discuss the recent awards ceremony. Top Right: Capt. John Sistrunk presents an award to Diane Robbins during the awards ceremony. Active Staff: Row One: Major Kranz, Lt. Col. Ryan and Mrs. Hines. Row Two: Capt. Eaton, Capt. Sis- trunk, Sgt. Walker and Sgt. Hayden. Air Force ROTC 281 The Dr. T.C. Marrs Squadron of the Ar- nold Air Society at Troy State University is an honor organization of elite AFROTC Corps Cadets whose purpose is to promote and further the goals of the US Air Force ROTC and to support the community. The support is provided in the way of service projects, joint projects with the auxil- iary society of Angel Flight and the national projects each AAS squadron is re- quired to participate in. Community projects for the year included weekly visits to the retirement home, a swim day for the children at the Baptist Children ' s Home and providing security at the concerts held in Montgom- ery. One of the main events of the year was the MIA POW Awareness Program. It was highlighted by the dedication of the Bobby G. Huggins Memorial Museum by Senator Denton. The Arnold Air Society ex- ists for the campus and the community but most impor- tantly for the US Air Force. Top: Diane Ficke congratulates Tina Spurgeon on becoming a member of the Arnold Air Society. Row One: Whitney Keese, Wade Christina Brockway, Sandra Vanda- Vince Mayfield and Chris Skillman. Brackins, Randolph Williams, Pam griff, Misty Cossen and Diane Ficke. Row Four: Sonya Spencer, Bryce Hughes and Cathy Copen. Row Row Three: Richard Mihovilich, Snyder, Chris Morgan, Paul Howell Two: Dana Lumley, Wayne Shaw, Tish Clark, Anthony Jonovitch, and Frank Battestile. 282 Arnold Air Society Top Left: Staff: Row One: Misty Cossen, deputy commander; Tish Clark, commander and Vincent Mayfield, operations offucr Row Two: Capt. Eaton, adviser; Sandy Vandagriff, comptroller, Wade Brackins, chaplain; V huru K public affairs officer and Rand il- liams, pledge trainer. Top Righr Ruk Sobotka reports in to Com- mander Tish Clark. Spring pledges: Row One: Gordon Nesmith and Grant Story. Row Two: Sandy McCuloah, Tobi Sears, Tina Spurgeon and Rick Sobotka. Arnold Air Societ 283 Angel Flight is an ac- tive service organi- zation on the TSU campus and in the Troy community. All stu- dents are eligible and invited to become members. The Angels have participated in many activities which have served to better the campus and the community. Members of Angel Flight: Shari Ri- ley, Janet Sasser, Donna Collins, De- lanna Rich and Michelle Lanier. 284 Angel Flight Top Left: ACUB sponsored the " Put- tin ' On The Hits " contest during fall quarter. Top Right: The pie throw- ing booth at the May Day festivities, sponsored by ACUB, is always a fa- vorite. IT he Adams Center Union Board works to provide a variety of entertainment and activities for Troy State stu- dents. The two biggest events in 1986-87 were the concerts. .38 Special per- formed at the Montgomery Civic Center during fall quar- ter and Huey Lewis and the News were in concert during winter quarter. The Board hosted a ariet of tournaments including pool, ping pong, golf and Trivial Pursuit. The " Room- mate Game " was a popular event as well. The ACL B hosted the annual Mav Da festivities, a " Puttin ' On The Hits " contest as well as a vari- ety of current mo ies for stu- dent entertainment Row One: Debbie Niccolucci, An- Coleman. Row Two: Herbert Jim Hutto, Jim O ' Neal. Broi k Davis gie Overstreet, Helen Leverette, Reeves, Bert Kelly, Joey Knight, Ron Ed Peaks and Tony Robertson Lauri Kline, Cwen Stone and Angela Pierce, Donald Gibson, Jeff Preston, CIB 285 The Trojan Ambassa- dors are the elite group of campus leaders who are cho- sen to serve as Troy State University ' 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, serve as ushers for the Miss TSU pageant and the University Dancers ' Evening of Dance and they escort dis- tinguished 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 prospective students and their parents, assist admissions personnel at college days and career fairs and are present at TSU ' s an- nual High School Day. Top: Row One: Van English, adviser; Karen Smaw, Jeannie Porter, Kim Gore and Scott Buff. Row Two: Shellie Reynolds, Chuck Boggs, Gayle Luhmann, Andrew Hender- son, Julie Smith, Tresa Hardin, Jim Norton, Angela Coleman, Charlie Finch, Jean Brown, Susie Skowron and Buddy Starling, adviser. Right: Angela Coleman and Anne Dona- hue serve at the Homecoming re- ception at the Chancellor ' s mansion. 286 Trojan Ambassadors Top: Susie Skowron and Gibson Vance are hosts at the Chancellor ' s mansion. Bottom: Tresa Hardin and Kim Gore represent the Trojan Am- bassadors in the Homecoming pa- rade. FICE SUP - - ' - Trojan Ambassadors 287 The " Tropolitan " , a stu- dent-university and community newspa- per at Troy State University, seeks to inform students, staff, faculty and administra- tion of campus events and is- sues. 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 the week of final 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, photography and the mechanical aspects of the newspaper. Top: Ben Baker and Arty Wright type a news story into the comput- er. Bottom: Bert Kelly, business man- ager for spring quarter, and Debbie McGill select pictures for an upcom- ing issue of the " Tropolitan. " 288 Tropolitan Top Left Rebecca Spivey and Pris- cilla Teal, editor-in-chief, work on a layout. Top Right The efforts of many capable staff members are reauired to produce a duality news- paper Above Row One: Ben Baker. Mike Row Two: David Richie. Derek Dupy. Rebecca Spivey. Arty Wright and McKee. Rudy Carter and John Sulli- Ben Kelly. Amy Pofahl. Priscilla Teal. Mawk Arnold, faculty odviser van Tropoitan 289 Top: Pianist Alvin Tuck entertains the crowd. Bottom: Row One: Tawana Spear, Sonya Shipman and Michelle Terrell. Row Two: Annie Williams, Brenda Cloud, Diane Wright and Kineta Mitchell. Row Three: Gwen- dolyn Ellis, Pamela Rodgers, Pamela McKinney and Deborah Taver, Ann Zeigler and Mark Snell. Row Four: Kelvin Pless, Michael-Angelo James, Tony Robinson, Lucy Earl, Kenric Wright, Adolphus Smith and Eric Finch. Opposite Page: Top Left: Tawana Spear shares a song of praise with the audience. Top Right: Tina Crenshaw performs a spirited solo. Bottom: The Gospel Choir per- forms to an appreciative crowd during its winter guarter concert. 290 Gospel Choir The Troy State Univer- sity Gospel Choir is an organization open to all students who enjoy gos- pel music. The choir was or- ganized with the belief that every good life stems from an inner 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 choir performs at various programs on the campus and churches throughout the area. Gospel Cho 291 The Troy State Univer- sity Collegiate Singers is an active and talent- ed group of students which includes music and non-music majors. The group is under the direction of Dr. William Denison, the assistant chairman of the mu- sic department. The Collegiate Singers performs 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 spiritual to pop. During winter quarter, the singers went on a tour per- forming in churches and schools throughout the southeast. Top: The Madrigal Singers, a branch of the Collegiate Singers, sing both vocally and in sign language the song " Battle Hymn of the Republic. " Row One: Laura Tansey, Sharon Brewster, Cathy Collver, Shellie Reynolds, Lavonda McCullough, Maureen Forthman, Lisa Smillie, An- nemarie Bell, Yvonne Sweat, Mary Mims, Valerie Seymour, Betsy White, Cassie Chestnut, Marsha Coskrey and Jennifer Birks. Row Two: Shannon Mixon, Tammy Tom- lin, Lisa Skeen, Becky Baker, Dorell Dorsey, Lisa Lewis, Karla Miller, Becky Hughes, Karen Thomas, Ma- linda Turvin, Laura Leverett, Debbie Smith, Diane Furlow, Mona Helms, Tiffany McDonald and Jennifer Sta- plin. Row Three: Clifford Allred, Ja- son Grace, Vicky Lind, Stephanie Woodham, Tammy Freeman, Donna McCormick, Taylor Caffey, Mike Spivey, Greg Aplin, Al Williams, John Horton, Demetrius Watkins, Duan Long, Meloni Thompson and Anita Reed. Row Four: Michael Jones, Rob Ivey, Doug Mitchell, Reggie Scruggs, Jim Brasher, An- drew Chealy, Byron Hall, Ken Mari- man, Clifford Cannedy, Barry Frost, James Ellis, Phillip Curtis and Dana Lumley. 292 Collegiate Singers Top Left: Al Williams performs dur- ing the spring concert. Top Rit ht Officers: Mike Spivey president; lennifet Birks, treasurer; Victoria Lind, secretary and Clifford Mired. vice president Bottom: The Colle- giate Singers performs arious pop numbers during its spring quartet concert Collegiate dingers 293 The Troy State Univer- sity Madrigal Singers is a select group of students who com- bine the talents and skills of singing and dancing to enter- tain others. The talented en- semble is under the direction of Dr. William Denison, and acceptance into the group is by audition only. One of the highlights of the year was the Christmas tour during the Christmas break as well as the annual tour during winter quarter. The Madrigal Sing- ers also perform a major con- cert on campus each quarter. r V !4» mk M V pM iI LIB mm WmKmaM III il 1 lit 11 1 Row One: Lisa Lewis, Valerie Sey- mour and Victoria Lind. Row Two: Mike Spivey, Daun Long, John Hor- ton, Marsha Coskrey, Demetrius Watkins, Darren Driggers, Clifford Allred, Al Williams, Yvonne Sweat, Taylor Caffey, Annemarie Bell and Greg Aplin. 294 Madrigal Singers The purpose ol Alpha Psi Omega is to stimu- late interest in the- atre a tivities at ir , State University it also se- ( urcs for the LrmersiU .ill the advantages and mutual helpfulness provided by a large national honorary tr.i- ternity. u elei ting students to membership, the OTgani- zation provides a reward for their par tic ipation in the University ' s theatre perfor- mances. Row One: Alex Johnson and Tresa Hardin. Rwo Two: Wayne Simpkins and Eric Ware. The Troy State Univer- sity Pied Pipers have given children across the southeast their first taste of live theatre. The group was formed in order to provide additional perfor- mance opportunities to the- atre students. The ensembele, a group of theatre majors and minors, present children ' s stories without using settings or properties. Actors become walls, trees, or animals to c re- ate the setting. Sine e its orga- nization, the group has per- formed for more than 100,000 youngsters in Ala- bama public schools and art and craft fairs. Clockwise: Felecia Pierce, Alex Tresa Hardin, Eric Ware, Monica An- Johnson, Paige Rucker, Patrick Hall, derson and Paul Hall. Dramatic Arts 295 The Christian Student Center is a group of dedicated Christians wanting to serve the Lord. Weekly activities of the CSC include group devo- tionals, Daily Bread classes, prayer breakfasts an d Bible studies. Other activities are retreats, youth rallies and seminars. If anyone would like to be a part of an active, enthusias- tic, loving group of people dedicated to the Lord and His word, then the CSC is the place to go. rf ' V _ — Top: Members of the CSC enjoy a time of singing. Bottom Left: Lynn Padget makes a point during a group discussion. Bottom Right: A time of Bible study is always a part of the activities at the CSC. 296 Christian Student Center Row One: Felicia Termine, Renee and Vivian Still. Row Two: Lance telh. Phillip Curtis and LatlVOne English, Lloyd Connor Randal Pridgen, Lynn Stough, Allyson Mul- Reynolds, Lynn Gilliam. Lynn Pad- Turner Row Three: Violet Ta lor, Myers, Cath Copen, Dors, Mor- lins, Brian Martin, Gary Weaver, get. Angel Salter, Amy Sanders, Tim Ker. Wright) Robert Conner, )im row and Gene Messtek Wade Schofield, Darlene Johnson, Walker, Steve Kelley, Frank Baltic Christian Student Center 297 Top Left: Kim Baxley, Michael Jones and Vonda Johnson enjoy the fel- lowship many find at the BSU. Top Right: Guest speakers are often the highlight of the devotional time. The Baptist Student Union is the spiritual outreach on campus provided by the Baptist Churches. The BSU strives to provide fellowship, fun and opportunities for spiritual growth through regular weekday activities and spe- cial weekend events. The BSU also serves area churches by presenting cre- ative worship services with drama, choir and puppetry. Members are active partici- pants in the state summer missions program as well as with short-term mission in- volvement. Row One: Vonda Johnson, J oy McKnight, Danny Nix, Kevin Bowers, Kim Marchman, Carolyn Walton, Kim Baxley, Gwen Kurtz, Lisa Tomil- lion and Karla Miller. Row Two: Ricky Barber, Jill McPhatter, Debbi Shores, Jason Grace, Demetrius Watkins, Melissa Morris, Shannon O ' Connor, Elaine Jenkins, Kim Johnson, Donna Allred, Nancy Peters and Michael Jones. Row Throe: Jeff Hartley, Bob Williams, Dereck Williford, Patrick Hall, Charles Russell, Reggie Suggs and Linda Golden. Row Four: David Larrimore, Kim Bailey, Becky Baker, Mark Smith, Herb Maraman, Will Bry- ant and Skipper Skillman. Row Five: Phil Weaver, Dewayne Nicholson, Danny Wilkins, Scott Heisler, Scott Reaves, Ken Mara- man, David Zorn, Byron Hall, Eric McCool, Matt Ham and Paul Philpot. 298 Baptist Student Union Top Left Jennifer Birks explains the next activity Top Right Rob Grice leads the Wes- ley members in a song The Wesley Foundation believes that ministry must meet the needs of the whole individual. Therefore, programs were set up to provide a balance of social, physical and spiritual activities. Wesley offers dis- cipleship and Bible study as a means of encouraging spiri- tual growth. Wesles tries to provide opportunities for fellowship and fun with such activities as retreats, Chris- tian speakers, concerts and other interesting events. It also provides opportunities to play various intramural sports such as volleyball, football, softball and baskrt- ball. There is also opportuni- ties to use one ' s talents and abilities in the field of minis- try. Row One: Valerie Seymour, Becky Hughes. Tina Hobby, Dee Hughes and Joann Birks Row Two: Dorell Dorsey, Sandra Moliltrie, Betsy White, Tifany McDonald, Gma Nelson and Jennifer Birks Row Three: Ricky Padgett, Mark Reynolds. Dana Lumley. Michael Jones. Jimmy Jeffcoat. director. Johnny Dean. Ladd Lewis. John Paul Jones Rob Ivey . Jon Horton. Rob Gnce and Scott Yielding Wesley Foundation 29 ? The Troy State Univer- sity Dancers is a stu- dent directed, per- forming group consisting of people who love to dance. The dancers are selected at the beginning of each quar- ter by audition only. Upon selection, the dancers begin to prepare for their many school and community per- formances. The culmination of the year is an annual dance review. The show entitled " 100 Years of Dance " was per- formed winter quarter in Smith Auditorium. The dancers also participated in the " 100 Years of Music " program sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha. Row One: Ellie Jane Sharpe, Wendy Row Two: Kimberly Hybl, Tracy Row Three: Angela Ramsey, Emily Look, Shelly Amison, Liz Williams and Strouse, Felicia Pierce, Jenny Atkin- Green, Lisa Hamilton and Michelle Pat Parker. son and Gina Asche. Adderholt. 300 University Dancers Opposite Page Top Left: T he danc- ers practice a new step Top Right Lisa Hamilton perfects t donee technique This page: Top Left An- gela Ramsey concentrates on her routine Top Right The Unu • Dancers perform in the " 100 Years of Music program Bottom The dancers put in many hours of prac- tice Pefore a performance University Dancers 301 The Beta lota chapter of Phi Gamma Nu business fraternity is proud of the accom- plishments of its members. 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 Gam- ma Nu has to offer. Row One: Carol Byrd, Andrea Townsend and Olivia Crawford. Row Two: LaRonda Waters, Donna Russ and Mary Williams. Row Three: Keri Cleary, David Cauthen, Sheila Macon, Linda Johnson, Gerald May- field and Cwenn Ellis. 302 Phi Gamma Nu Top Left: Officers: Donna Ivey, trea- surer; Mark McGowin, program chairman; Mr. Billy Walters, faculty adviser and Lauvone Turner, presi- dent. Top Right: The members of Phi Beta Lambda enjoy the social as- pect of their organization. Row One: Adam Byrd, Ben Spence, Carol Cobb, Mike McCory and Cara s u Calbraith and Lauvone Turner Mr. Billy Walters, faculty adviser; Carter. Row Two: Tommy Davis, Phi Beta Lambda is a na- tional organization for students preparing for a business or business education career. The goals of Phi Beta Lambda are to de- velope competent leader- ship, to strengthen the stu- dent ' s confidence in himself and his work, to promote a better understanding of the American business enter- prise system and to assist the student in the establishment of occupational goals. Phi Beta Lambda members were involved in a variety of activities during the year. They attended the state PBL convention in Mobile where Lauvone Turner was named Alabama ' s Mr. Future Busi- ness Executive. The organi- zation also raised money for the John B. Home Memorial Scholarship. Phi Beta Lambda 303 Top Left: The members of Sigma Delta Chi participate in the Centen- nial Homecoming Parade. Top Right: Julie Forrester, president, ad- dresses the members of Sigma Delta Chi. The Society of Profes- sional Journalists, Sig- ma Delta Chi, is the largest and oldest journalism organization in the country. The society conducts regular meetings, sponsors local awards and scholarships and promotes freedom of information at lo- cal and state levels. Sopho- more journalism majors in good academic standing with the university are able to join. Row One: Donna Davis, Kim Kirk- land, Ashley Wilson, Amanda Ober, Tammy Grover, Julie Forrester, Kay Johnson, Tabby Timbs and Cynthia Etheridge. Row Two: Dean Bankes- ter, faculty adviser; Derek Dupey, Charles Russel, David Bishop, James Harvey, Terry Wilhite, John McClung, Jimmy Wright and Emmie Dunnaway. 304 Sigma Delta Chi D elta Sigma Pi is a professional busi- ness fraternity orga- nized to foster the study of business in universi- ties. Some of the fraternity ' s activities included a car wash and a drawing for a weekend in Panama City. Professional activities in- cluded several guest speak- ers and tours of businesses. The annual Spring Fling , the highlight of the year, w.i held in New Orleans, Louisi- ana. Row One: Mike Dickson, Ben Cob, Kendall Coates, Kenneth Knight, Charlie Randall, Garry Cannon and Mike Edwards. Row Two: Mark Shell, Bernice Wiley, Paige Pugh, Caroline Barfield, Debra Ham- monds, Marsha Coskrey, Pam Rod- gers, Rose Whittle, Catherine El- linor, Lamar Hammond and Ton Robinson. Delta Sigma Pi 305 i rtJf ' fop R ghf: Dr. Richard Kunkel, Ex- ecutive Director, National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education, speaks to the members of Kappa Delta Pi. Top Left: Dr. James Kimbrough presents the AATE Out- standing Teacher Award to Dr. Ha- zel Marsicano. Middle: Initiates: Row One: Jerri Stinson, Lynn Green, Barbara Powell, Pamela Mobbs, Robin Hollis, Judith Senecal, Tony Pike, Paula Duebelt, Jana John- son, Tammy Davis and Delain White. Row Two: Karen Barnard, Kathleen Lindsey, Yvonne Rikard and Selma Kimble. Bottom: Initiates: Yolanda Davenport, Cathy Free, Shari Sasser and Lynn Lee. i k v A. is + w 1 ■ L Kappa Delta Pi, the ol- dest honor society at Troy State Universi- ty, is an international honor society which recog- nizes outstanding contribu- tions to education. To this end it invites to membership persons who exhibit com- mendable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals and sound scholarship. The society endeavors to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among its members and to quicken professional growth by honoring achievement in educational work. Only ju- niors, seniors and graduate students in the upper one- fifth of the college academic rating are invited to mem- bership. 306 Kappa Delta Pi ■ " 11 L 1 i j km 1 Jl The Troy State Univer- sity Advertising Club was organized in 1986 in affiliation with the American Advertising Asso- ciation. The TSU chapter was organized to help advertising students on campus have a better understanding of the advertising field and to net- work with professionals in this area. Row One: Angela Finch, Georgia Row Two: Robert Sanders, faculty Baribeau, Kelli Lewis, Lyn Johnston, adviser; Rachel Johnson, Ryan Cindy Rackley and Keri Cleary. Daughtery, Bill Esler, David Mont- gomery and Lynn Motes. Top Left: Adviser Bob Sanders dis- cusses the principles of advertising with Ryan Daughtery. Top Right: Barbara Magee and Georgia Bari- beau make plans for the next Ad Club meeting. Ad Club 307 cji. i-»» : r : Q c. ■ r ' : ' ' -■ ' - A . v y I ? .v Fop .eff; The nursing students par- ticipate in the Centennial Home- coming Parade. Top Right: Anne Boothe looks on as Lisa Brown signs the memPership Pook for Sigma Theta Tau. The Iota Theta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau was chartered on May 8, 1986. It was formerly known as the Local Honor Society of Nursing, which was first or- gan ized in the spring of 1979. The purposes of Sigma Theta Tau include recognizing su- perior achievement and de- velopement of leadership qualities, fostering high pro- fessional standard, encour- aging creative work, and strengthening committment to the ideals and purposes of the nursing profession. The qualifications for member- ship include an overall grade point average of 2.0, as well as a 2.0 in all nursing courses. i n ■ wW.WFV Above: Fall initiates: Row One: Chris Moody, Robin Green, Lisa Brown, Marcy Pratorious, Susan Jones, Deb- orah Pettit, Lisette Melton, Jackie Mack, Re- becca Ellis. Row Two: Kimberly Mer- rill. Laura Mathis, Robert Stringer, Susan Halley, Karen Kline, Kelly Lawerence, Cynthia Hewitt and Ed Tamasovich. 308 Sigma Theta Tau Top Left SNA Officers Row One: Lorrie Coholich. president and Paula Williams, secretary Row Two: Sheri Fowler, treasurer and Lillie Phil- lips, vice president Top Right: Stu- dent nurse Sarah Walker helps less- en the tears of her young patient T ' he Student Nurses As- sociation is an organi- zation open to all stu- dents who are accepted into the School of Nursing. The organization elects new offi- cers from the junior class each fall quarter. The annual " capping " ceremony is one of the highlights of the Stu- dent Nurses Association. Above Row One: Lorrie Coholich. Chonda Cofield. Paula Williams. Lin- da Hughes. Jan Cook. Kimm Gaster, Kim Odum. Janet Sasser and Sarah Walker Row Two: Lillie Phillips. Rosanna Dice- sare. Molly Rhodes and Traci Hamm Row Three: Pam Powers. Beth Money. Sheri Fowler. Jackie Givens. Susan Pynes. ElizaPeth Morgan. Nancy Patterson and Cathy Dunn Student Nurses Assocotton 309 Top Left: Karen Jensen and Sharon Thompson discuss the latest activi- ties. Top Right: Larry Bland, Cynthia Walker and Cookie Harris enjoy the friendship they have found in the other members of Sigma Alpha Sig- ma. Bottom: Lisa Shores, Kim Dozier and Angela Hughey make plans for an upcoming meeting. 310 Sigma Alpha Sigma m ¥$ £ - , Km!!. ' - 7 ? Row One: Cynthia Walker, Lynn Glasco, Cookie Harris, Sonja Welch Julia Williams, Denise Hall, Tammy Jensen. Stough, Kim Dozier, Lisa Shores, An- and Mr. Whitson, faculty advisor. Murden, Leigh Golden, Sharon gela Hughey, Lou Bledsoe, Linda Row Two: John Lovett, Larry Bland, Thompson, Stanley Davis and Karen Sigma Alpha Sigma is an organization designed for students who wish to help people. It is a professional service organi- zation located within the De- partment of Human Services. Members are primarily social works, SRS or rehabilitation majors, but any student who wishes to work in a service capacity is welcome. Bottom: Working with children within the community is one of the activities of Sigma Alpha Sigma. Sigma Alpha Sigma 311 Lambda Alpha Epsilon is an association devoted to the promotion of professionalism in all areas of criminal justice. It strives to encourage greater cooperation among criminal justice agencies and to pro- mote greater understanding between the community and the profession. Under the aegis of membership, it fos- ters more responsive training and education to fulfill the needs of the profession through sponsorship of seminars, technical materials and personal contacts. The association serves as a unified national voice on key issues of the profession. Row One: Derick Dupuy, Tammy ryl Dailey, Dr. Charlie Jones, faculty Hall and Bob Barner. Row Two: Dar- adviser; John Lovett and Bill Fleming. 312 Lambda Alpha Epsilon Top Left: Faculty advisor, Mrs. Moore and Mary Braccwcll make plans for the upcoming initiation ceremony. Top Right: Beta Beta Beta members enjoy refreshments after a meeting. Beta Beta Beta is a bio- logical society for un- dergraduate stu- dents. It emphasizes a three-fold program: stimula- tion of scholarship, dissemi- nation of scientific knowl- edge and promotion of biological research. It seeks to encourage scholarK at- tainment in this field of learning by reserving its ac- tive membership for 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 knowl- edge of nature by encourag- ing new discoveries through scientific investigation. Row One: limmy Dugosh, Amy Lar- imer, Jimmy Carlile, Kimberly Smith, Kimberly Collins, Lynn Allen, Shelia Reeves and Rebeca Feria Row Two: Robert Fox, Mrs. Moore, faculty ad- visor; Harriet Dillard, Mary Bra cwell. Trey Tabb. s rugham and Rebecca Hoffman. Beta Beta Beta 313 SCEC is the Student Council for Excep- tional Children. The council works on be- half of all children with spe- cial education needs includ- ing gifted children, children with specific learning disabil- ities and children who have emotional, physical, mental or other handicaps. The group consists mainly of edu- cation majors but others are invited to join. SCEC has meetings with guest speakers of various occupations and helps with educational fun c- tions throughout the year. Top Left: Sylvia Frost demonstrates the teaching technique that is need- ed when working with exceptional children. Top Right: Row One: Phyllis Ledbetter, Laurie Kline and Tammy Finder. Row Two: Sylvia Frost, Bill Harrison and Jeane Vig- nola. Bottom: SCEC members spend time planning their education activi- ties. 314 SCEC The purpose of Troy State University ' s Health, Physical Edu- cation and Rci r tion major and minor c I ub is to foster a concern tor pro- gress in physical education, to advance the standards oi the profession and to coop- erate vvitti state and national educational a s s o i.itions. MPf.R has been involved in many activities and fund rais- ers this year including a successful blood drive. Row One: Kim Stack, Ellen Henken, Sheri Hogan, Diane Hall and faculty advisor, Joan Newman. Row Two: Tony Adcock, Janie Sasser, Dee Dee Taylor, Steve Stutts, Tommy Wasden and Becky Bobo. HPtR 315 The TSU Forensics Team consists of stu- dents who compete intercollegiately in cross ex- amination debate and indi- vidual events. The individual events include public speak- ing and interpretation events. The team has com- peted in many tournaments during 1986-87 and has re- presented TSU well. Some of the awards re- ceived include two second place Overall Sweepstakes Awards as well as twelve first place awards in individual events. In April, Beverly Moreno and Dr. Lewis trav- eled to San Diego, California to compete in the national tournament. Row One: Elizabeth Fowler and Tami Larry Cook, Jamie Watkins, Lynn Reed. Row Two: Kentom Odums, Balducci, John Hurst, Ginger White, Dan Dwyer, Wayne Simpkins, Patricia Bodiford and Dr. Judith Lewis, director of forensics. The Data Processing Management Associ- ation is the largest pro- fessional association serving the information processing management community. DPMA student chapters pro- vide students the opportuni- ty to exchange information with the members of the in- formation processing com- munity and explore various career opportunities. The Troy State student chapter has been active since 1981 and has been awarded the National Student Chapter Outstanding Performance Award. Row One: Laura Tansey, Reese Har- rington, Caroll Byrd, Pam Rogers, Sheila Lashley, Cindy Tew and Kian Yap Tan. Row Two: Wells Draughon, Lamar Hammonds, Donna Russ. Deanne Bazzell, Glenda Lawhorn, Mr. Wal- ton and Anay Fugua. Row Three: Cedrick Rodgers, Greg Aplin, Chris Short, Frank Bentley, Charlie Randall and Kevin Yaku- bowski. 316 Forensics DPMA Left: ACEI members participate m a coming Paraae brought out the Trick or Treat outing with local chil- spirit of ACEI dren. Right The Centennial Home- The Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI) is unique among professional education organizations. It is the major professional orga- nization whose sole purpose is concerned with all aspects of the growth and develop- ment of children from infan- cy through early adoles- cence. It provides a set of foci and mechanisms by which the purposes of the organization are carried out. Its goals include improving educational values and prac- tices for young children; providing wholesome child development for all children; and enhancing the knowl- edge and instructional ideas of prospec tive teat h( Row One: Tammy Jordan. Nancy Jones. Belain White. Renee ' Barron. Judy Helms and Dr. Joavenell Mc- Coy, adviser Row Two: Sherri King. Sharon Don- aldson. Connie Register. Tracey Woodham. Sandra Helms and Lisa Holly Row Three: Vicky Jesse. Susan Fink. Sharon Reed and Chris McCowt ACEI 317 Top Left: Phi Mu Alpha presents " 100 Years of Music. " Top Right: Of- ficers: Robert Maynard, second vice president; Dana Lumley, alumni sec- retary; Rae Denison, warden; Deme- trius Watkins, treasurer; Clifford Allred, first vice president and Rob Grice, president. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national profes- sional music fraternity for men. Activities during the year included att- tending the Providence Workshop in Auburn where they won seven citations, the presentation of the " 100 Years of American Music " program and the initiation of new members. Row One: Rob Grice, Rae Denison, Russle Courson, Robert Maynard, Cindy Seymour, little sister; Michael Jones, Rob Ivey, Demetrius Watkins and Jo hn Richard. Row Two: Tim Ivey, Jason Anderson, Tim Simms, Scott Yielding, Jason Grace, Dana Lumley, Clifford Allred, John Paul Jones and Jim Brasher. 318 Phi Mu Alpha T.iu Beta Sigma is an honorary sorority at TSU. The sororit tends the privilege oi membership to outstanding l).if)(i members. Tau Beta Sig- ma generates .1 respe 1 and appreciation for band music and performances Some of the a tivities of Tau Beta Sigma include .nt- ing as hostesses for the Ma- rine Band, helping to run the State Band Contest as well as hosting several official band parties. Top: Officers: Sharon Bradley, war- den; Paula Gladden, secretary; Car- ole Lee, president; Meg Gunn, vice president and Linda Stokley, trea- surer. Bottom: Row One: Donna Cude, Pebley Fuller, Meg Gunn, Holly Matthews and Linda Stokley Row Two: Carole Lee, Kim Turner, Craw- ford Harris, sweetheart; |ill Kirkpat- rick and Tanya Smith. Tau Beta Sigma 319 Top Left: Jeff Caldwell, president and Nathan White, vice president, conduct the meeting. Top Right: Kirk Kilgore and Nathan White re- view the Kappa Kappa Psi files. Kappa Kappa Psi is the National Honorary Band Fraternity serv- ing marching bands and concert bands across the nation. The Troy State chap- ter of Kappa Kappa Psi pro- vided many services for the marching band. The brothers were responsible for loading and unloading equipment for performances that were held away from Troy State. The brothers also provided water for the band members during breaks and Thursday night rehearsals. During winter quarter, the fraternity welcomed new members to the organization and elected new officers. Right: Row One: Crawford Harris, Brian Henry, Dale Gates, Lyndon Isaac, Meg Gunn, sweetheart; Den- nis Kirby and Jeff Caldwell. Row Two: Nathan White, Norman Brooks, faculty adviser; Terrance Manley, Kirk Kilgore, Ben Mallory and Jon Mike McCall. 320 Kappa Kappa Psi Sigma Alpha lota is an international music fraternity for women, founded in 1903. Sig- ma Alpha lota seeks to pro- mote professional musician- ship while building a strong sisterhood based on a com- mon interest in the universal language of music. Activities during the year included participation in Phi Mu Al- pha ' s " 100 Years of Music " program that was presented during spring quarter, as well as pledge meetings and the initiation of new sisters Row One: Cindy Seymour, Pam Row Two: Donna Reynolds, adviser; Birks Row Three: Maria McMaster, Schurr, Talisman Ford, Tina Hicks, Kelley LaRoche, Val Seymou r, Cindy Trina Anderson, Joanne Birks, Leigh Betsy White and Sharon Brewster. Kobet, Cina Nelson and Jennifer Ann Harbin and Susan Story. Sigma Alpha lota 321 As the first strains of " Dixie " echo across the stadium, an en- thusiastic crowd rises to its feet, cheering and applaud- ing wildly, another spectacu- lar performance by the Sound of the South has be- gun. Troy State ' s marching band is well-known through- out the country, having per- formed in many places, but the pride felt for the band and its accomplishments is greatest here in the South and especially in Troy. It is the dedication, time and hard work each band mem- ber puts forth that makes the Sound of the South the pride of TSU. Under the direction of Dr. John Long, an acclaimed bandmaster throughout the country, the band diligently practices to learn new music, steps, and halftime shows. The band also represents Troy State at various func- tions throughout the year. This year the band marched in the Peanut Festival Parade in Dothan, participated in Governor Guy Hunt ' s Inau- guration Parade in Mont- gomery, performed at the Senior Bowl in Mobile and marched in the TSU Centen- nial Homecoming Parade. Because of all the talent, dedication and enthusiasm shown by the band, it is only right that we pridefully " Sit back, relax and enjoy the Sound of the South! " 322 Band Photography by Greg lohnson and Ed Moieley Opposite Page: Top Right: The marching band participates in the Centennial Homecoming Parade in downtown Troy. Bottom Left: Trombonists Douglas Bell and Fli a- beth to t entertain the Trojan fans. Bottom Right: Trumpeters Jonathan Scott, Jason Anderson and John Horton pla in perfect pitch This Page: Top I clt: The majorette per- form a dazzling halftime routine Top Right: Majorette I i .i Rolling enjoys performing for the TrojUtt Bottom Right Mil helle Thompson IWattS her t ue to begin pla ing. Bot- tom Right The band talutei the crowd after a fme performance Band 323 Top Right: Tubas: Row One: George Curtis, Michael Martin, Jon Gibson, Robby Davis, Tim Sims and Kenneth McKinley. Row Two: Nor- man Brooks, Paul Johnston, Kevin McKee, John McCall, Jonathan Bush and Dorsey Morron. Center right: Clarinets: Row One: Tanya Smith, Sandra Crosby and Pebley Fuller. Row Two: Lea Williams, Meg Gunn, Pam Schurr and Cindy Seymour. Row Three: Christina Coates. Row Four: Meloni Thompson and Gilbert Bonce. Row Five: Carole Lee and Paula Gladden. Row Six: Carolyn Lott and Linda Stokley. Row Seven: Bruce Steptor. Bottom Right: Fea- ture Twirlers: Rhonda Gunter and Joseph Bottoms. Top Left: Flags: Right to Left: Kim McCall, Jennifer Birks, Wendy McGhee, Vicky Hughes, Sheryl Streets, Tracey Ste- vens, Sharon O ' Connor, Gina Nel- son, Kim Turner, Carla McAllistor, Sharon Brewster and Joanne Birk. Bottom Left: Majorettes: Row One: Suzzane Steele and Dorell Dorsey. Row Two: Lisa Brown, Lisa Boutwell, Debby Acton and Daun Long. Row Three: Wanda Young, Regina Ayers, Dorothy Ford, Bridgett Burman and Sonya Ketcham. Row Four: Kelley Price, DeeDee Hughes, Chere Wil- liams, Donna Raulerson and Angela McDonald. Row Five: Wanda Boober and LaRae Gatlin. Row Six: Lisa Rolling and Julia Willaims. Row Seven: Tammi Lindsey and Jennifer Wise. Row Eight: Karen Baugh and Tammy Jordan. Row Nine: Kelli Key and Townley Campbell. Row Ten: Emily Edwards and Penni Paxton. Opposite Page: Top Left: Trumpets: Bottom to Top: Robert Maynard, Mike Rizzo, Chris Walker, Howard Youngblood, Angie Marty, Donna Watson, Sondra Holmes, Angie Hughey, Mindy Whitney, Glenn Fu- qua, Jason Anderson, David Camper, Hal Murphy, Mike Mulchahy, Chuck Floyd, Josh Sauls, Greisy Flo- res, Cindy Kobert, Jonathan Scott, Scott Yeilding, John Horton, Brian Witcher, Roxland Smith, Chris Young, Rob Ivey, Chris Morgan, Jeff Caldwell, Todd Bostick, Rusty Cour- 324 Band son, Teresa Sims, John Richard, Chuck Neeley, Mike McKinley and Bert Kelly. Center Right: Piccolos: Row One: Amanda Bast and Talis- man Ford. Row Two: Leslie McCinty, Diane Cease, Brenda Jack- son, Trina Anderson and Donna Cude. Row Three: Cedrick Sanders, Mary Beasley, Valerie Ohman, Kelly Laroche and Delisa Thomas. Bottom Right: Saxophones: Left to Right: Chris Moore, James Merritt, Vickie Nelson, Tina Hicks, Maria McMaster, Angela Norris, Terance Manly, Dale Gates, Michele Thomp- son, Tobie Sears, Douglas Russell, Tim Spraggins, Karen Walker, Shar- on Baugh, Eric Williams, Freda Ric h- ardson, Lee Ann Harbin, Joseph Col- quett, Donald Rawls and Alvin Tuck. Top Left: Trombones: Bottom to Top: Holly Matthews, Elizabeth Yost, Amy Markert, Kevin Payne, Brent Tielking, Terrance Samuel, Jeff Fowler, Mark Reynold, Rob Grice, Jeff Johnston, Dennis Kirby, Nathan White, Lyndon Isaac, Ben Malory, John Jones, Douglas Bell, Kelvin Pless and Eric Finch. Center Left: Melliphones: Tim Ivey, Ruth White, Susan Story, Rae Denison, Crawford Harris, Kim Robbins. kirk Kilgore and Tina Hobby. Bottom Right: Percussion: Curtis Harrell, Stacy Waldrep, Stuart Shouse, Brian Henry, Dean Alexander, Susan Sell- ers, Dwayne Williams. Billv Schlei- cher, Mark Vansandt, Sam Fredrick. Scott Presson, Kevin Baker, Beckv Hughes, Pam Oates, Kim Pepe, Peter Burrows, Lessie Cowart, Gina Firher Tricia Rainey, Mildred Curtis. Bob Barner, J. Sanders Kent Marrow, Alan Nettles and Brad Caprara Band 325 , n ii - i imn id u i w mtt Photography by Ed Moseley Band 327 £ ? . : ff ! ipari 328 Entertainment Leigh Golden Section Editor Charlie Finch Contributing Editor Cara English Greg Johnson Ed Moseley Donald Norsworthy Photographers tniortainment 329 330 IB S| The first concert of Troy State ' s centennial year was held on October 27, 1986. .38 Special with opening act Bad Company played to an enthusiastic crowd of TSU students at Montgomery ' s Civic Center. Older songs such as " Teacher, Teacher " and " Hold on Loosely " as well as newer hits off of the " Strength in Numbers " al- bum composed .38 Special ' s hard-rocking sets. Photo by Oeg lohnion .38 Special 331 TRe, jjf£M SeAies and !h aoy -A(s Council P i£Sewt iRe . . . Jo{yjjeJiy DawfieAS During November of 1986, the TSU Lyceum Series, the Troy City Council on the Arts and Humanities, and the Ala- bama State Council on the Arts and Humanities pre- sented the Joffery II Dancers. To the delight of the audi- ence, the ballet troup per- formed " Tales from Hans Christian Andersen. " Troy State University was thrilled to host the troup, and ballet fans, as well as everyone else, enjoyed the performance of the greatly talented troup. 332 Joffery Dancers Cast of Characters Othello Eric Ware Desdemona Elizabeth Fowler lago Alex Johnson Cassio Michael Walden Roderigo Wayne Simpkins Emilia Tanna Coleman Duke of Venice Phillip Kelley Brabantio Peter Howard Montano Patrick Hall Bianco Tresa Hardin Lodovico Chris Brown Gratiano James Ellis 334 Othello The fall quarter produc- tion of William Shakespeare ' s Othello directed by Dr. Da- vid Dye, Chairman of the De- partment of Speech and Dra- ma, featured an interesting twist to the classic story of love, jealousy, and murder. The tale of Othello and Des- demona was set in the future with sets, costumes, and props designed to enhance the futuristic theme. Most everyone who saw the play during its two night run at Smith Hall on Troy State ' s campus enjoyed the vari- ation of the setting. Dr. Dye, cast, and crew took the play to competition at the Shake- speare Festival in Montgom- ery, Alabama. Othello 335 X % 1 I SAND MOUNTAIN Rebecca Tull Lynn Balducci Clink Williams Larry Cook Slate Foley Patrick Hall Radley Nollins Paul Hall Lottie Stiles Catherine Work Vester Stiles Wayne Simpkins Sam Bean John Hurst WHY THE LORD COME TO SAND MOUNTAIN Sang Picker Catherine Work Saint Peter Paul Hall The Lord Patrick Hall Jack Larry Cook Jean Lynn Balducci Fourteen Children Steve Schipman Prosper Valley Farmer Wayne Simpkins 336 Sand Mountain JJ Mountain During winter quarter. Dr David Dye. chairman of Troy State University ' s Depart- ment of Speech and Drama, directed the production of two plays, Sand Mountain Matchmaking and Why The Lord Come to Sand Moun- tain, both were written by Romulus Linney. Rather than merely pre- senting the two plays. Dr. Dye turned the production into a folk festival and titled the entire evening Sand Mountain Prior to the presentation of the first play. Sand Mountain Matchmaking, a concert was held featuring The Left- Handed Dulcimer Band Dur- ing the intermission preced- ing the showing of Why the Lord Come to Sand Moun- tain, the Troy Clogging Company performed and held a clogging contest for audience members Sand Mountan 337 J s 7 » i i flRNUJfl 5 5 J During he summei 1986, Dr. Kelley and his continued! the tradition c outstanding musicals w r performanc of Barnum. The musicll was a woni ful display of song, di and colorful scenery. Loc] Troy child n had a char to perform in small roles in the production. The y State mulic department brought j u student acrfrs and local y mg actorsmo- gether to prJduce an e! ing and enjoyable musical. S 338 Barnum 1 V J Journalists find that more and more citizens are concerned with Should there be an en- forcable code of eth- ics for journalists? A panel of editors, educators and activists con- sidered the question " A Code of Ethics for Journal- ists? " April 30, 1987, at the annual journalism sympo- sium. Sponsored by the Hall School of Journalism, the symposium panelists tackled a complex issue con- cerning and affecting a vast amount of people. The un- derlying theme was accuracy in the media, and how to in- sure it. " The media believe they have ultimate power. Yes, we should act ethically on our own, but some journal- ists do not. We must strive to be perfect. " - Becky Redd Hagelin Some panelists argued that the media can be checked through a code of ethics for print journalists, other pan- elists did not agree however. " I think if we had a com- mitment to adhere to a code of ethics, I think we ' d be well on our way to setting a new standard for journalism " said Kathryn Kase, political write for the San Antonio Light in Texas and member of the ethics committee of the So- ciety of Professional Journal- ists, Sigma Delta Chi. But not all the panel mem- bers agreed that a new stan- dard is necessary. " A code of ethics would suppress truth, " said Bill Brown, executive editor of the Montgomery Advertiser and Alabama Journal. " How are we going to create a code of ethics that ' s not going to trample all over the First Am- mendment? " " No right is absolute, " said Becky Redd Hagelin, direc- tor of communications for Concerned Women for America, Washington, D.C. " The media believe they have ultimate power. Yes, we should act ethically on our own, but some journalists do not. We must strive to be perfect. " Reed Irvine, founder and chairman of the board of Ac- curacy in Media based in Washington, D.C, felt an ethically based system is pos- sible with the employment of an ombudsman, an employ- ee who works to solve ethical dilemmas and prevent and correct inaccuracies. " It needs to be someone independent, " said Irvine, " The publisher and top man- agement should serve as an ombudsman and check ethi- cal standards. " The ombudsman must base his work on a set of de- fined ethical standards, said Irvine. " I belive in ethical con- duct, " said Frank Souther- land, a past president of the Society of Professional Jour- nalists, SPJ,SDX, and editor of " It needs to be someone in- dependent. The publisher or top management should act as an ombudsman and check ethical standards. " - Reed Irvine the Jackson Sun in Tennes- see. " But how are we going to measure what is ethical? " Kase suggested that those who have complaints with certain stories should bring their complaints to an ethics committee. This committee would have its start in SPJ,SDX. " There are people who continually make mistakes, who are not checked, " Kase said. " Nothing is done about them. This is one way to ex- pose the bad apples. It ' s a start. " Tom Bailey, member of the ethics committee of the As- sociated Press Managing Edi- ' tors and managing editor of the Birmingham News, had yet another option for main- taining ethical stability in the media. He suggested that the public already determines what it wants to read and the media are forced to respond to their public ' s ethical needs. " If you (the public) don ' t like us (newspapers), you don ' t buy us, " Bailey said. " The way you behave toward us is our code of ethics. " As many concerned citi- zens were demanding accu- racy and fairness in the me- dia, those in the profession and directly involved with it were beginning to examine journalism ' s ethical stan- dards. The panel, much in line with national views, seemed to differ greatly on exactly how to check the media. Some panelists felt lit- tle or no checks were need- ed, others believed a definite system must be established. article by Christian Palmer for the " Tropolitan " " I believe in ethical con- duct, but how are we going to measure what is ethical? " - Frank Southerland 340 Journalism Seminar Above: Panelists discuss the need for a code of ethics in journalism. Left: In the middle of the panel de- bate on a controversial issue, stu- dents listen intently for the experts ' opinions. Journalism Seminar 341 HU€Y LCWIS cutd t6e ' HEWS On the night of 29th Huey Lewis and the News played to a packec Montgomery Civic Center for Troy State ' s winter quar- ter concert. Following th Robert Cray Band. Hue Lewis al soS SouV Squan cores ended witl renditior B in Time " .l 342 Huey Lewis Photos c. Huey Lew 343 h R. Gurnet), Jr. Actor One: Wayne Simpkins Actor Two: John Hurst Actor Three: Patrick Hall Actor Four: C.J. Wilson Actor Five: Larry Cook Actress One: Lynn Balducci Actress Two: Amanda Ober Actress Three: Tresa Hardin Actress Four: Elizabeth Fowler Actress Five: Jamie Watkins Dr. Judith Lewis and sever- al ot Troy State ' s talented actors and actresses pre- sented A.R. Gurney Jr ' s. The Dining Room as a spring guarter production. What was so unigue about the play was that the audi- ence sat on stage, surround- ing a dining room, which was the setting for the play. Characters would enter from among the audience, which made those watching feel more a part of what was happening in each scene. Each actor and actress played four or five charac- ters in different situations evolving life around a dining room. The audience exper- ienced a myriad of emotions from laughing hysterically to fighting tears. The production was so well received by the audi- ence that Dr. Lewis and cast decided to enter the play in competition at Alabama ' s Shakespeare Festival in the fall of 1987. 344 The Dining Room The Dorvg Room 345 346 1776 1776 Dr. Phillip Kelley and his cast of Robby Davis, Tresa Hardin, Patrick Hall, Dr. Kel- ley, Dr. Peter Howard, Ed Hicks, John Horton, James El- lis, Clifford Allred, Stacy Todd, Andrew Cheely, Kirk Kilgore, Paul Hall, David Zorn, Phillip Curtis, Barry Frost, Wayne Simpkins, C.J. Wilson, Rob Ivey, Chris Brown, Dana Lumlely, Patrick Sharp, Ryan Daugherty, Doug Mitchell, Frank Aiken and Meloni Thompson pre- sented the Spring quarter opera, 1776, on May 15 and 16, 1987. The musical comedy told the story of the writing of the Declaration of Indepen- dence through humorous songs and on stage antics. Work on the opera began fall quarter when casting was completed and the hard work continued until open- ing night on May 13, 1987. The musical was well-re- ceived on campus and lived up to expectations of excel- lence. 1 " 6 347 348 Administration ' • .... ... ....... Garry Cannon Section Editor Jackie McCrory Contributing Editor Cara English Four Seasons Greg Johnson Ed Moseley Donald Norsworthy Photographers Administration 349 ; Ralp Chanc Troy State University Board of Trustees Board of Trustees: Row One: Rob- ert E. Kelly, R. Douglas Hawkins, C.J. Hartley, Harold R. Collins and Ken- ton Odums. Row Two: Ralph Wyatt Martin. Not Pictured: Governor Adams, Robert T. Wilson, Wallace D. Guy Hunt, Wayne Teague and Jack Malone, John A. Teague and Charles Wallace. Governor Guy Hunt Governor Guy Hunt was born on June 17, 1933, in Cullman County, Alabama. He was raised on a farm in his home town of Holly Pond. He graduated from Holly Pond High School in 1950 and a year later on February 25 married the former Helen Chambers. Governor Hunt and First Lady of Alabama Helen Hunt have four children: Pam Hunt, Mrs. Sherrie Williams, Keith Hunt and Mrs. Lynn Gaddis. Governor Hunt served in the U.S. Army during the Ko- rean conflict as part of the 101st Airborne Division and the 1st Infantry Division. Since then, Governor Hunt has served as Probate judge in Cullman County, an appointee of the Reagan Ad- ministration as State Execu- tive Director of the Agricul- ture Stabalization and Conservation Services of the United States Department of Agriculture and many other charitable organizations. Governor Hunt became a member of Mt. Vernon Primitive Baptist Church in 1946 and has served for the last 12 years as the elected moderator of the Mt. Zion Association of Churches. On January 19, 1987 Guy Hunt was sworn in as the 53rd Governor of the State of Alabama. By virtue of his of- fice, he serves as president of the Troy State University Sys- tem Board of Trustees. Wallace D. Malone Mr. Wallace D. Malone was born on August 3, 1936 in Dothan, Alabama. He at- tendend Dothan High School. After graduation, he attended the University of Alabama were he received his Bachelor of Science De- gree. He later received his Master ' s in Business Admin- istration from the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Malone is married (con ' t next page) 352 Board of Trustees to Ocllo S. Malone. They have three children: Wallac e Davis Malone III, Catherine D. Malone and Alyson Davis Malone. Mr. Malone presently re- sides in Birmingham, Ala- bama where he is chairman and chief executive officer of the Southtrust Corporation, a 4.7 billion dollar bank hold- ing company. He is involved in many civ- ic endeavors. Among these are director of the Birming- ham Chamber of Commerce, director of the Business Council of Alabama, trustee of the Eye Foundation Hospi- tal, Inc., director of the Bir- mingham Boy Scout Council, director of the Birmingham chapter of the American Na- tional Red Cross, trustee of the Birmingham Symphony Association, vice-chairman of the Modern Banking As- sociation, director of the Bir- mingham Alliance of Busi- ness and many other organizations. He serves as president pro tern of the Troy State Univer- sity Board of Trustees. Ralph Wyatt Adams Since October 1, 1964, when Chancellor Adams was named president of Troy State College, he has guided a small school of barely 2,000 students into a giant multifa- ceted University System of over 11,500 students. On July 1, 1985, Dr. Adams was named chancellor of Troy State University by the board of trustees. On May 27, 1987, the Honorable Go- verner Guy Hunt presented Dr. Adams with Alabama ' s first Chancellor ' s medallion. Chancellor Adams has made great accomplish- ments in his life but he still remains a simple man who listens to his students, dreams of greater things for the university and, when he can find the time, enjoys a round of golf or just a friend- ly game of dominoes. Chancellor Ralph Wyatt Adams is a native of Samson, Alabama. He attended high school at Lyman Word in Camp Hill. After high school, he attended the i Iniversity of Alabama. 1 here he mel the woman ot his dreams, the former Dorthy Kelly. They were married in Septembei of 1942. Chancellor and Mrs. Ad- ams have three children: Ralph Wyatt Jr., Kelly Cle- ments, and Samuel. Through the years Chan- c eilor Adams has been an in- novator in the field of edu a- tion. His university without walls concept of taking edu- cation to the people has been emulated throughout the nation. John A. Teague Dr. John A. Teague was born on July 9, 1944. He re- ceived an honorary doctor- ate degree from the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind in Talladega, Alabama. Dr. Teague is married to the former Judy Duke of Goldwater, Alabama. They have four children: Kristi Bai- ley, who received a B. A. from Jacksonville State, Tracey Bailey, who received a B.A. from the University of Ala- bama, Allison Teague, who presently attends the Uni- versity of Alabama, and Todd Teague. He presently resides in Childersburg, Alabama where he is working in the field of public relations and serves as a lobbiest. Dr. Teague has spent most of his life in public service to the people of Alabama in- cluding serving as a State Re- presentative from 1974 to 1976, and State Senator from 1976 to 1986. He was presi- dent pro tern of the Senate from 1983 to 1986. He has re- ceived many awards for his exemplary service to the public. Among which in- clude Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Politics and " Outstand- ing Legislator " in 1984 and again in 1985. In his free time, he enjoys being with his wife and chil- dren and working on chai lia- ble projects. Robert E. Kelly Mr. Robert E. Kelly was born on January 30, 1929 in I vergreen, Mabama. I le at- tended Evergreen High S( hool until Ins graduation in 1947. After graduation he at- tended the I niversity of Ala- bama where he r e eived his Ba heloi oi Arts degree. I le Liter rec eiwd his Judic ur degiee from the I imersitv of Alabama in 1956. He is married to Betty Motes Kelly I hey have three children: Br enda K «■ 1 1 Knapp, Lee Ann Kelly 1 1. in. in and Robert A. Kelly. He presently resides in Montgomery, Alabama were he is an executive vice presi- dent for Union Bank and Trust Company. He is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi, Pi Alpha Delta and Omicron Delta Kappa. C.J. Hartley Mr. C.J. Hartley was born on April 15, 1926. He was raised in Tuscaloosa, Ala- bama where he attended the University of Alabama. He received his degree in 1949. In the same year, he mar- ried Mary T. Hartley, who is a graduate of the University of Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley have three children: Weston T. Hartley, a graduate of Shel- ton State, C. Jeff Hartley Jr., a graduate of the University of Alabama and Stuart A. Hart- leys graduate of the Univer- sity of Alabama. Mr. Hartley is a member of the South Highland Church, where he is a member of the financal strategy committee. He also serves on the board of directors of AmSouth Bank, on the Industrial De- velopment Authority Execu- tive Committee, is a member ot the Exchange Club and Shelton State Ten hnical Col- lege Advisory Board. Mr. Hartley enjoys work- ing at selling real estate and in his free time he- relaxes by playing a round of golf at In- dian Hills Country Club. R. Doug Hawkins Dr. R. Doug Hawkins was born on April 15, 1935. He attended high S hool in his hometown of Lu bama Aft lationhi tended Aubui n I rm ei where he r - r, t ,i do ate ol etei inarian Medi ine in 1959. I le is married to the foi r.k hel N oungblood I hildren Martha i . nn Drinkard, I lolly D An- derson and Robert l ) H kins Jr .. He presently resides in I io , Alabama .here he is •• pra ti ing veterinarian 1 1 - also is a live in the ommu- nity serving as vicet h.nrman of the T.S.U. Foundation, a member of T.S.U. Publica- tions Board, advisei to the Pi Kappa Phi fraternit . , direc tor of the Pike Pioneer Museum, director of Troy Bank and Trust and a dea on at the First Baptist Churc h. In 1986 the TSl Board ol Trustees awarded Dr. Haw- kins for his years of faithful service by naming the new press box, located in Memo- rial Stadium, in his honor. Harold R. Collins Dr. Harold R. Collins was born on March 14. 1919. He attained his bachelor ' s de- gree from Troy State College in 1946. He later obtained a master ' s degree trom the University ol Mabama in 1953 and a doctoral degree in 1968. Dr. Collins is married to Ruth B. Collins. They have two children: H. Ra Collins Jr. and Gene B. Collins. He presently resides m Mobile, Alabama were hi consultant ot Finance and Education. He is involved in many c iv - ic endeavors including Ro- tar Club, Intestel and Phi Delta Kappa He has rec eived the honor of being named Tro State Universits Alumnus ot the " i ear and to ho S W ho in Amerk an I due anon. He re- ceived the " Outstanding Education " award by the Capstone So iet . Board or Trustor . 353 Board of Trustees Charles B. Martin Mr. Charles B. Martin was born on July 12, 1931. Heat- tended the University of Ala- bama at Huntsville. He is married to Mary John Garrett Martin. He has two children: Charles Lee Martin and Treva Jo Martin. Mr. Martin has a long his- tory of public service. He served as a member of Deca- tor City Council in 1968 and was reelected in 1972; in the Alabama House of Represen- tatives from 1974 to 1978, in the Alabama Senate from 1978 to 1982 and returned to the Alabama House of Re- presentatives in 1982. Mr. Martin presently lives in Montgomery where he serves as associate commis- sioner Place 2 on the Ala- bama Public Service Com- mission. His term ends in 1990. Mr. Martin adds his years of experience to such pro- jects as the Morgan County Young Democrats, Morgan County Mental Health Asso- ciation, Decatur Chamber of Commerce and the Ameri- can Association of Retired Persons. Jack W. Wallace Mr. Jack W. Wallace was born on December 22, 1922. He obtained his Bachelor ' s degree from the University of Alabama in 1947. Later he obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Alabama Law School in 1949. He married Betty Jean Ev- ans and had two children, Jack W. Wallace, Jr. and Jean Wallace Gontt. He is also the grandfather of three grand- children, Will Wallace, Kate Wallace and Chase Gontt. He is a member of the Far- rah Order of Jurisprudence and is a past president of the Alabama Circuit Judges Asso- ciation. He is now a retired circuit judge and enjoys fishing, woodworking and spending ti me with his grandchildren. Wayne Teague Dr. Wayne Teague was born on November 19, 1927 in Cullman, Alabama. He at- tended Cullman High School, graduating in 1946. He received a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from Auburn University. He then went on to receive his Master ' s degree in Educa- tional Administration, and in 1962, he obtained his Doc- torate degree. He resides in Dadeville, Alabama and is married to Jo- sephine Jones Teague. They have two children, Karen T. Delana and Dewey Teague. Dr. Teague is involved in many civic endeavors . Some of his activities include sup- porting the Leukemia Soci- ety of America, serving on the board of trustees of the Southern Association of Col- leges and Schools and serv- ing on the Healing Arts Board of Alabama. He is also a mem- ber of the board of directors of the Council of Chief State School Officers. Mr. Teague has worked hard to improve the quality of education in Alabama. Robert T. Wilson Dr. Robert T. Wilson was born on April 23, 1922. After graduating from high school he attended the University of Alabama where he received a L.L.B. degree from the Uni- versity of Alabama Law School in 1950. He is married to the former Ruth E. McDaniel and has four children, Sue Stough, Robert T. Wilson, Jr., Sally Dewitt and Alice Wilson. He presently resides in Jasper, Alabama where he is a prac- ticing attorney. In his spare time he enjoys relaxing while watching a good match of tennis. He has served 12 years in the Alabama Senate. While there he was chosen Out- standing Orator for two terms and was named Out- standing Member as well as Most Popular Member. Kenton F. Odums Kenton Odums was born on December 19, 1965. He attended high school in his hometown of Tavares, Flor- ida. He was elected president of the Student Government Association of Troy State University in the spring quar- ter of 1986. By virtue of his elected office he is the voice of the students on the Board of Trustees. He majored in political sci- ence with a minor in history and English. While an under- graduate student he was ac- tive in such organizations as Student Government Asso- ciation, Palladium, Wesley Foundation, Interfraternity Council and Tau Kappa Epsi- lon fraternity. 354 Board of Trustees EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Row One: Mr. Thomas Harrison, president Dothan Ft. Rucker; Dr. Ralph Wyatt Adams, chancellor; Dr. Eugene Elrod, president TSU Montgomery and Ms. Jean Q. Mary, secretary. Row Two: Dr. Edward F. Barnett, vice president for academic af- fairs; Mr. Bill Buchannon, director of Public Relations; Mr. Donald J. Gibson, vice president for student affairs administrative assistant to the chancellor; Mr. Robert H. Kelley, vice president and coordinator of the European region and Mr. Thomas E. Peeks, vice president for financial affairs. Iwuinr Commiiice 355 Administration Mr. Donald J. Gibson Vice President for Student Affairs and Administrative Assistant to the Chancellor Dr. Edward Barnett Vice President for Academic Affairs Mr. Thomas E. Peeks Vice President for Financial Affairs 356 Administration Mr. Fred Davis Assistant to the 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 Dale Moseley Walter K. Hennigan Jim Hutto Director of Public Relations Director of Communication Director of Development Dean of Enrollment Services and Information Services and T.S.U. Foundations Walter E. Sullivan Director of Academic Records Joyce G. Law Asst. Director of Academic Records Jodie Harrell Academic Records Administrative Assistant Jefferson G. Golden Director of Financial Aid Jimmy W. Holley Director of Center for Developmental Education Angela C. Rolling Debbie Sellers Robert H. Sheppard Director of Title III Project Director of Student Support Director of Natural Sciences Services Learning Center 358 Administration William N. Conway Dir. of Graduate Admissions Jr. College Articulation Van English Asst. Dean of Enrollment Services Carolyn H. Gibson Director of Placement Services Sherrel L. Bees Direc tor of University Counseling Carl Precise Assoc. Director of Financial Aid Alan C. Boothe Chief of Campus Security and Assoc. Director of Financial Aid James V. Bradsher Assoc. Director of Financial Aid Charles Lee Director of Purchasing, Inventory Control and Textbook Center immm ■■i 1 ■■H 1 1 • l. ' H iwmm i m IMBI 1 m T7 A ■■ H ! 1 1 M I 1 Alice Perrigin Title III Counselor Diane Porter Natural Sciences Instructor Title III Carol Kimbrough Special Services Reading Instructor Title III Elanor Lee Writing Center Instructor Title III Administration 359 Joan Word English Instrutor and Corrinator of Writing Across the Curriculum Title III Laurianne Folmar Herbert Reeves Barbara Patterson Director of Women ' s Director of Mens Residence Director of Housing and Residence Greek Affairs Ronald I. Pierce Director of Adams Center, Conference Services and Adviser to Student Organizations Dan Boswell Asst. Director of Adams University Center Robert E. Stewart Athletic Director Don Jeffery Director of Natatorium Tom Ensey Sports Information Director Joe Johnson Director of Publications Susan C. Pierce University Counselor Sidney R. Starling Jr. Director of High School Relations and Pre-College Orientation 360 Administration Jimmie Clark Director of Data Processing Dale Law Chief Accountant Melton A. Carter Frank W. Hurley Director of Physical Plant Asst. Director of Physical Plant Dr. Emma Norris Director of Archives Dr. Donald J. Barras Director of Pre-Medical and Allied Health Studies Dr. Dwight Cleveland Director of Department of Radio and Television Erma Blair Postmistress Linda Golden Asst. Postmistress Campus Security: )oe Sims, Lt. Leon liam J. Phelps III Not Shown: Thorn- Bradley, James Thompson, Sgt Ervin as Livingston Anderson, Russell Thomas, and Wil- dminisiration 361 Top Left: Library Staff: Row One: Thomas Souter, Hubert Conner, Frankie Miller. Row Two: Julia Dil- lard, Neil Bassett, Lois R. Green. Row Three: Theresa Trawick, Lucy Far- row, Betty Chancellor. Row Four: Mary Green, Sarah Abernathy, Re- beeca Howell, and Carla Guthrie. Top Right: Bookstore Staff: Row One: Pat Reeves, Lynn Motes, Magie Prescott.Row Two: Margene Arm- strong, David Beall, Diana Barker, Mary Mosley, and Evelyn Owens. Middle Left: Health Center Staff: Gloria Creek R.N., Gwen Martin R.N., Karen Richardson R.N. and Re- becca Norsworthy R.N., Bottom Right: TSU-TV: Row One: Mrs. Robert Arnold and Donna Davis. Row Two: James Clower, Jeff May and Terry Wilhite. Bottom Left: WTSU-FM: John Brunson, Steve Holmes, Lorrie Kjeldahl and Bruce Mims. 362 Administration 3fc Mrs. B. Allen Mrs. B. Allen has been working as a housekeeper in Hamil Hall for 16 years. She enjoyed the students throughout her years at TSU. RETIREMENTS Mrs. Sybil D. Boutwell Mrs. Sybil D. Boutwell has sereved as director of ASN housing in Montgomery. She has been with the Troy State University System for 13 years. Mr. James J. Brantley Mr. James J. Brantley re- ceived his B.A. in 1950 from Alabama and hisM.A. in 1951 from Alabama. He has served as associate professor of psy- chology while at TSU, in all teaching at TSU for 24 years. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Brooks Mrs. Elizabeth M. Brooks Ims been with the TSU sys- tem for 16 years. She has been the assistant business manager at Fort Rue ker most of those years. Mrs. Josephine Deveridge Mrs. Josephine Deveridge has served as housekeeper in Bibb Graves for the past 13 years. She has enjoyed work- ing with the administration and the students. Dr. Ralph J. Erickson Dr. Ralph J. Erickson has been a professor of educa- tion for 14 years. He received his B.A. in 1941 from Con- cordia, his MA in 1951 from Minnesota and his Doctorate in 1958 from Illinois. Mr. Rial Gallager Mr. Rial Gallager has served as an instructor at TSU in Montgomery for the past 2 years. He has enjoyed his short time with the Troy State University System. Mrs. Dorothy A. Holland Mrs. Dorothy A. Holland has served as assistant profes- sor of nursing in Montgom- ery. She has been with the TSU system for 13 years. Mrs. Ruth C. Jinright Mrs. Ruth C. Jinright has been the clerk typist in the physical plant for the past 9 years. She has enjoyed work- ing with the members of the physical plant staff. Mrs. Ora Mae Jones Mrs. Ora Mae Jones has worked for 16 dedicated years as housekeeper in Alumni Hall. She has enjoyed her years helping the stu- dents. Mrs. Rachael Logan Mrs. Rachael Logan served as clerk steno for Troy State University in Montgomery. She has been with the TSU system for 13 years. Mrs. Betty K. Shaver Mrs. Betty K. Shaver has been administrative assistant with Trov State in Mont Mr. George McVay Mr. George McVay has been upholsterer with the physical plant for 20 ears. He enjoyed his work and the company of his fellow work- ers. Retirements 363 College of Arts and Sciences The mission of the Col- lege of Arts and Sci- ences is the traditional one of providing a broad lib- eral education. This goal em- braces the cultivation of ideas and independent thinking, the stimulation of reasonable and critical judg- ment, and the broadening of past and contemporary knowledge. The desired re- sult is to deepen one ' s ap- preciation of the achieve- ments of mankind, to develop fuller understand- ing and tolerance, and to en- courage each individual stu- Dr. John Long Dean dent toward greater and more informed participation in the life of a free society. The College of Arts and Sciences is divided into eight departments: History and Social Sciences, English, For- eign Languages, Biology, Mathematics, Physical Sci- ence, Criminal Justice, and Aerospace Studies. Chairing these departments are Dr. Curtis Porter, Dr. Rosemary Canfield-Reisman, Dr. Peter Howard, Dr. Robert Dietz, Mr. James O ' Neal, Dr. Ed- ward Ward, Mr. Glynn Eiland and Major Cornelius Ryan. 364 College of Arts and Sciences Department of Biological Sciences Row On©: Dauice Costes Kathy Grant. Teresa Kelly Moore and Mel- ba Adams, secretary Row Two Raymond Kisner. Robert D etz and Donald Barras Row Three -enneth Wall. Charles Chapman, acting chairman. Robert Tucker and F Wayne Adams Department of Physical Sc «oc« Dr Edward Ward. Dr Biy IStorman Edward Kantor. OBJ Bateman. Dr Eugene Omasta. Dr John Mules. Dr Magdaiena WojCiechowska and Dr Mchokas D ' Andrea Co»ege ot Arts and Sciences 365 College of Arts and Sciences Cont. Department of English: Row One: Beverly Findley, Dr. Joshua Cope- land, Dr. Rosemary Canfield-Reis- man, Faye Senn, Albert Clover, Phyl- lis Talmadge, Deborah Chappell and Joan Word Row Two: Eleanor Lee, Dr. Gertrude Schroeder, Dr. Ste- phen Cooper, Will Hood, James Da- vis, Ed Hicks, Dr. Mary Tighe, Dr. Emma Norris, Arnelle Adcock, Ed- ward Hunt, Duane Smith and Dr. Theron Montgomery. Department of History and Social Sciences: Row One: Dr. J. A. Carroll, Mary Mathis, Dr. Norm Mitchell, Grady Post, Pat Harris, Dr. Richard Kenworthy, Dr. Earl Smith, Dr. Cur- tis Porter, Chairman;and Dr. Charles Watson. Row Two: Dr. Robert Pul- len, Matthew Campbell, Dr. William Welch, Dr. Milton McPherson and Dr. Christina Price. Department of Foreign Languages: Dr. Peter Howard, Department Chairman and Assistant Professor of Latin and German; Cordelia Gray, Assistant Professor of Spanish; and James Sherry, Instructor of French. Department of Aerospace Studies: Row One: Major Christopher Ryan, Major Stephen Kranz, Captain John Sistronk and Secretary Saralene Hines. Row Two: Captain Mark Eaton, Ma- jor Sgt. Roland Duffy and Sgt. Willis Walker II. 366 College of Arts and Sciences Top: Ladd Lewis adds sodium phos- Department of Criminal Justice: Department of Math: Row One: Row Two: Or Lou DiStitO, Charles phate to complete his chemistry ex- Stanley Jones, Glenn Eiland and Dr. lames O ' Neal and Janelle A. Elrod. Norris, and John Lee. periment. Charles L. Jones. Collego ot Mt and ScfefKC 367 School of Education The School of Educa- tion at Troy State Uni- versity is organized into four depart- ments: Education, Psycholo- gy, Health and Physical Edu- cation. Undergraduate and graduate teacher education programs are offered in early childhood education, ele- mentary education, special education, elementary se- condary education (art, health, music, and physical education), and secondary education programs in all academic disciplines. The Department of Psychology offers majors in psychology, psychology marketing, and psychology management. Teacher education programs in health and physical educa- tion, are offered by the De- partment of Health and Phys- ical Education. The Department of Human Ser- vices offers programs in hu- man services, rehabilitation and social work. There are approximately 1,400 students enrolled in programs offered by the School of Education. More than 1,100 students (under- graduates and graduates) are enrolled in teacher educa- tion programs which are ac- credited by the Alabama State Department of Educa- Dr. James D. Kimbrough Dean tion, the Southern Associ- ation of Colleges and Schools and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Approximately fifty students are majoring in psychology, while the non- teaching health physical education programs and hu- man services programs have roughly one hundred ma- jors. Inservice Education Center: Row One: John Osburn, director and Betsey Dismukes. Row Two: Ka- ren Scott and Terry Quails. 368 School of Education Department of Psychology: Row One: I)r Pam Manners, Dr. Anna Smith, chairman and Cindy Daffin Row Two: Dr. Stanley Echols, Dr. James Dwyer and lames Brantley. School of Education 369 Department of Education: Row One: Dr. Ralph Erickson, Patsy Eisler, Dr. Joavenell McCoy, Dr. Ha- zel Marsican, Alice Hayes and Dr. James Kimbrough, dean. Row Two: Dr. Forrest Petry, Dr. James Philpot, Dr. Patricia Hardin, Dr. Robert McCombs and Dr. Nolan Hatcher. Department of Health and Physical Education: Row One: Joan New- man, Cathy Flynn, Glenda Locklar and Nick Costes. Row Two: Bill Gau- spohl, Dr. Don Jeffrey, Dr. Gene Hanson, chairman and Dr. Tony Ad- cock. Department of Human Services: Charlene Nelson, Peggy Pippin, Tony Walker, Joe Harrington, chair- man; Bob Whitson and Jeannie Duke. 370 School of Education Hall School of Journalism Mr. Merrill Bankester Dean The Hall School of Journalism is the youngest school on the TSU main campus with a beginning in 1972. However, it is the fastest growing journalism school in the State of Alabama with over 200 majors registered in the Fall of 1983. The School offers two areas of concentration, news-editorial and broad- casting, with modern equip- ment and facilities provided for students in both con- centrations. Broadcasting courses were offered for the first time in 1975, and, in 1987, students produce their own nightly news show as well as other shows at a fully equipped campus television station. In 1982, a complete video display terminal system was installed for students in the newspaper program. This placed the students on a more competitive basis when entering the job mar- ket. Students in the journalism program have the opportu- nity to train at the campus television station as well as on the campus newspjpt r and the school ' s yearbook. Students are also encour- aged to seek part-time work in their area of concentration with off-campus media. As an additional aid to stu- dents ' education, the School of Journalism sponsors a sym- posium each spring whereby outstanding and nationally recognized journalists come to the campus to participate in seminars. Also, an en- dowed Chair of Journalism was established in 1980, thus giving the students another means of contact with those in the profession. 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 Broadcast- ing Society, was chartered in 1981. Hill School of lournilism fjn ulh )im )o«. -ph i,mk Arnold LeeWesi and Merrill Bankester Hall School of lournalisn Sorrell College of Business In June 1981, the Sorrell College of Business and Commerce came into be- ing. Prior to this date, it was known as the School of Busi- ness and Commerce and even earlier as the Department of Business. The Sorrell School of Business and Commerce was named in honor of the late Jeff Sorrell, a prominent local businessman who be- queathed the University, par- ticularly the School of Busi- ness and Commerce, a substantial sum upon his death. The basic objective of the Sorrell College is to provide the best possible education for students. Programs are de- signed to develop leadership for the business community. Professors teach skills and at- titudes of mind that enable in- dividuals to cope successfully with problems of the business community in a rapid, chang- ing economy. Personal attention is em- phasized; each student has an academic adviser from the School of Business. The faculty of the Sorrell College is highly qualified and dedicated to the purpose of providing a quality education to enable students to become more productive and better citizens. Dr. Gerald Skelly Dean The faculty background is one of diversified academic and business experience. The Sorrell School is divided into four departments: the De- partment of Accounting, Fi- nance and Business Law, De- partment of Computer Science and Quantitative Methods, Department of Marketing, Management and Economics, and Department of Office Administration and Business Education. Dr. Frederick A. Viohl Assistant Dean 372 Sorrell College of Business Department of Accounting: Row One: Robert Palmer, Ira Pyron, Ed Kamnikar and i k Cerven Row Two: ( ahrifl (.rani, Lee [J Thomas Rat liffe, ( hairman, Eugene Sherman, Robert Stewart and Frank Ralph. PROFILE After a fourteen year ab- sence, Troy State University ' s very own Tom Ratcliffe came home. Ratcliffe, a member of the graduating class of De- cember 1973, returned to Troy State in May of 1986. Dr. Ratcliffe came to TSU because he was looking for a small school where he could get a good education. T.S.U. fit into his plans nicely. En- tering as a Physical Education major, he changed to Ac- counting during his last quar- ter as a freshman after taking his first accounting course under Mr. Sherman. During the course of his undergrad- uate study, he was to en- counter Sherman four more times as there were only three accounting instructors here at the time. He also worked for Mr. Sherman as a teacher ' s aid. From this con- tact arose a close teacher- student friendship. Upon graduating from Troy State, Ratcliffe entered the University of Alabama ' s Master ' s program. The facul- ty at UA pushed him instead toward the Doctorate pro- gram. Ratcliffe graduated the University of Alabama with a Master ' s Degree and a PhD. After graduating he took a position as Professor of Ac- counting and Associate Dean of the Business School at Texas Tech. After several years in Texas, Prudential Bache Securities made him an offer he could not refuse. He became an Investment Analyst for them, and as he jokingly says, " ... made my fortune. " In 1980, Dr. Ratcliffe was named Alumnus of the Year by Troy State. The University also gave him the first of two offers to return to TSU as an instructor. The timing wasn ' t right and he was forced to re- fuse. TSU made him the same offer again in 1986 and Dr. Ratcliffe returned in May of that year. While in Texas, Ratcliffe had taught only graduate lev- el classes. Since TSU doesn ' t have a graduate school of ac- counting, he had to make an interesting adjustment. After the original adjustment. however, he decided that he really likes teaching under- graduate level classes. Dr. Ratcliffe plans to con- tinue to teach, " ... until I die. Teaching seems to be a strength and I enjoy doing it, " he said. In January of 1987, TSU honored Dr. Rat- cliffe ' s teaching expertise by naming him Chairman of the Accounting Department. Dr. Ratcliffe has had sever- al long-standing dreams. He realized one of them by re- turning to TSU. He teaches alongside his mentor, Mr. Sherman. He says he will achieve another (to be the managing partner of the ac- counting firm of Arthur An- dersen in Atlanta) " when I grow up. " Dr. Ratcliffe has noticed several changes in the stu- dent body of TSU since he was a student. " The students seem to be brighter and cer- tainly more assertive, " he said. Because of better student involvement and actions tak- cn by the University, Dr. Rat- ( liffe feels that TSU has built a niche for itself in the edu- cation of undergraduate stu- dents. Sorrell College o Business Upper Right: Department of Com- puter and Quantitative Methods: Row One: Bonnie Carroll, Mary Smith and Cindy Carnley. Row Two: Dr. Jerry Hattaway, chairman and Le- roy Walton. Not pictured: Bill Smith. Upper Left: Department of Office Administration and Business Educa- tion: Priscilla Garrott, Billy Walters, Helen Leverette, and Robert Wheat- ley, chairman. Bottom : Department of Marketing and Economics:Row One: Dr. Fred Cain, Dr. G.T. Stewart, Dr. Steve Garrott and Chuck Thompson. Row Two: Dr. Larry Lovik, Dr. Rhae Swisher, Dr. Fred Viohl and Dr. E.T. Merkel. 374 Sorrell College of Business School of Nursing Nursing is a rapidly ( hanging field with many opportunities for interesting posi- tions in the health ( arc field for both men and women. Employment opportunities are excellent for Registered Nurses and the future looks even better. There is a projected short- age of Registered Nurses across the country whit h will seriously affect the health care provided for citizens of Alabama. TSU hopes to alle- viate this problem by provid- ing nursing education at three levels: Associate De- gree, Bachelor ' s Degree, and Master ' s Degree, and on four campuses: Troy, Montgom- ery, Phenix City, and Dothan. Eldridge Hall on the Main Campus in Troy is the head- quarters for the School of Nursing. The Dean, Dr. Amanda Baker, and the Ad- minsitrative Assistant, Mrs kathy Omasta, are lo dted on the main i ampus and are re- sponsible for all four c am- puses. All programs have well qualified fat ulty and staff and meet national accredidation standards. The Assistant Dean, Ms. Brenda Riley, and faculty for the baccalaureate program are also located in Eldridge Hall. Troy State University School of Nursing will con- tinue to provide quality edu- cation for nurses who will contribute to improved health care for individuals and communities. The nurs- ing faculty and administra- tion encourageall individuals who are looking for a re- warding career with excel- lent employment opportuni- ties to consider nursing. Dr. Amanda Baker Dean Dr. Jean Mann Associate Dean Associate Degree Program Dr. Charlene Schwab Assistant Dean Master of Science and Nursing School ot Surging 375 LvLlLIALG The Sorrell Chair in Nurs- ing was established in 1980 through an endowment from the estate of Anise J. Sorrell. TSU School of Nursing was the first program in the state and one of few in the nation, I to have an Endowed Nursing | Brenda Riley Assistant Dean Baccalaureate Program 376 School of Nursing This distinguished Chair was established to promote teaching, research and com- munity service in the area of nursing. Chairholders must be persons who have distin- guished themselves in one or more of these areas. Several nationally known nursing leaders have served in the position; among these are Dr. Madeleine Leininger, Dr. Joseph Fabry, Sister Cal- lista Roy and Dr. Luther Christman. The Chair is currently held by Dr. Edith Kitchens,shown at left, who holds a joint ap- pointment as Distinguished Chairholder and Director of Research. H.i i .il.inri .ill Proffnm Faculty: Row Ones Alice Dei Webb and Dr. Donna Bedsole Row Two: Cathy Dunn, Becky Yarbrough, H«i ty Russell and V (Ofl Row Three: Dr. Sandra Win, Anne Boothe, Susie Stokes and Sally Cum- mings Row Four: Dorothy Holland, Sandra Faria, Jeanette Mitchell and Brenda Riley. Misters Proffrjm Fjcult v: Row One: Cathy Dearman, Dr. Amanda ! Dr. Donne Bedsole and Dr I Davis Row Two: Dr. lean Mann Dr Jean Bochman and Dr Howard dimming! Row Three: Dr Sandra Witt and Dr Charlene Vhwab. Associate Program Ficult : Row One: Dr lean Mann loi . Meadows larrs Silcox and Mji Weaver Row Two: Sandra Stevenson! Ian Kimble ant) Nam WilkinSOfl Row Three: lillian Wise, Lynn Norman and Daphne kenmk Row Four: JOVCC Jeskins, Karen Warren Dawn F olds and Joanne Stanley Row Fi»e: |ud Coo pw and K 1 1 1 % H en d er son Row Six: (,err ( hamberland ( av- mdra H en d ers on, katrn Gaston, la- net Thomell and Bermta Hamilton School of NurMnw School of Fine Arts The School of Fine Arts at Troy State Universi- ty is dedicated to the concept that every person needs the opportunity to ex- perience the arts and culture of our existence. It firmly be- lieves this search for intellec- tual, emotional and aesthetic satisfaction can help develop objectives and meaning for life. Created in 1971, the School of Fine Arts encom- passes the disciplines of dra- ma, music, speech and the vi- sual arts. Through a curriculum which encour- ages performance, but rec- ognizes the need for a thor- ough background in history and theory, students can pursue an avocational exper- ience or prepare for a career in the arts. These opportuni- ties are guided to fruition through the dedicated ef- forts of faculty artists con- cerned with the total educa- tional experience. A wide variety of cultural events are presented by the School throughout the aca- demic year. These include student and faculty exhibits in the visual arts; gridiron performances by the " Sound of the South " marching band, concerts by the Jazz Band, Symphony Band, Col- legiate Singers and Madri- gals; operas and musicals performed by the Opera Workshop, student and fac- ulty recitals, intercollegiate debate competition, chil- dren ' s theatre presented by the Pied Pipers and a broad spectrum of dramatic pro- ductions. Dr. John Long Dean Dr. David Eisler Assistant Dean 378 School of Fine Arts Top Left: Department of Arts and Classics: Row One: Ann C Scruggs. Dr Earl Smith. Bill Lowery and Pratnaa Duke Row Two: Woodie ishmael. Mark Brewton, Larry Shilabeer and Dr Robert Stampfli Top Right: Department of Music Row One: Sarah Whaley. Dr Dane DeNicola Ralph Ford. Mary M ns and Dr Ph p Keiey Row Two David Eisier. Carol McCoy. Norman Brooks James Wodow ck. Dr Wi- bam Denison. Sam Frednck and Dr Carl Vc4ra fh i Bottom Left Department of Speech and Drama: Tom Smiey. Dr Judith Lewis and Dr David Dye School of Fne Arts 379 Graduate School The first graduate de- gree earned at Troy State University was conferred in 1958. In 1958, the mission of the graduate program was to prepare stu- dents in teacher education and to meet the needs of ele- mentary and secondary schools. The degree of Mas- ter of Science in Education was offered in several areas of professional education. Early in the 1970 ' s, the need for knowledge and ad- vanced education in special- ized and professional fields required the University to add several new master ' s de- gree programs in arts and sci- ences, business, counseling and human development, and criminal justice. Several professional degree pro- grams were added. In 1972, Educational Spe- cialist Degrees were added in Counseling and Human De- velopment and in Adminis- tration and Supervision for those students working be- yond the master ' s level. In Dr. Rudi Argenti Dean 1981, the Educational Spe- cialist Degree program was expanded to include early childhood, elementary, and secondary education. The School of Nursing initiated its master ' s degree program in 1982. In order to meet the grow- ing complexity and needs of a diverse student body, the Graduate School currently offers fourteen master ' s and five educational specialist degrees. The Graduate School as the administrative unit is concerned with all as- pects of graduate education. Its primary responsibilities are the maintenance and en- hancement of the graduate programs within the TSU System. The graduate pro- gram is administered by the Dean in cooperation with the undergraduate deans. Policies and regulations which govern graduate stud- ies are formulated by the Graduate Council. Graduate School Committee: Row One: Dr. Debra Davis and Dr. Rufus Hughes. Row Two: Dr. Milton McPherson, Dr. Gene Hanson, Dr. Andrew Cox, Dr. Norma Mitchell, Dr. Fred Viohl, Dr. John Whitehouse, Dr. David Eisler and Dr. Rudy Argenti. 380 Graduate School College of Special Programs The College of Special Programs was orga- nized August 1, 1981 to administer the off-campus programs. It is comprised of four directorates: Applied Sciences, Continuing Educa- tion, Cross Disciplinary Courses, and Educational Services. During the 1986-87 school year has seen an in- creasing interest in non- credit courses. Eighteen new courses were offered for community service on the main campus. However, the largest task of the College is the administration of the Off-Campus Branches of TSU at Phenix City; Ft. Ben- ning, and Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, and the Flor- Dr. James D. Young Dean ida Region Incorporated and the thirty US military loca- tions in Europe. In the Fall of 1986 there were approximately 5,000 students enrolled in over 7,000 courses with the Col- lege of Special Programs. These students are usually older than Main Campus stu- dentsand most have full time occupations outside of the school. Their classes are usu- ally held at night and other off-duty hours. The most common academic programs are business administration, management, applied sci- ence, international relations, personnel management, criminal justice, counseling and human development. Mrs. Barbara M. David Director Coiege of Special Programs 381 Troy State University in Europe a The Troy State Univer- sity European campus is composed of six- teen mini-campuses in four countries: two in Italy, three in Turkey, four in Eng- land and seven in West Ger- many. Since its conception in August, 1974, the European Division with 14 courses at eight US Air Force installa- tions, and an initial enroll- ment of 221, has grown to 52 courses at 16 bases and an enrollment of 687; the actual student body has grown from 177 to 430 students. Individuals with a Bache- lor ' s Degree from an accre- dited university are eligible for the programs, which grant Master of Science De- grees in Management, Inter- national Relations, and Counseling and Guidance. Enrolling in two courses per term can enable the individ- ual to have his degree in fourteen months, without having to write a thesis. This especially provides the ser- viceman with an opportunity to broaden his education and even earn his Master ' s while stationed in Europe. Dr. Robert H. Kelly Vice-President and Coordinator Dr. Charles R. Connell III Director of Academic Affairs Gerald R. Cummings Director of Support Services 382 TSU in Europe June C. Cummings Director of Admissions and Rc( ords Registrar CENTER LEFT: European Region Field Representatives; Beth Stipp, Laura Booke, )an Lacker Mann, Al- bert Rivers, Mary Ellen Dube, Marta Hotell, Pat Douglas, Cindy Feliu, Dave Pruitt, Susan Debee, Susan Ri- vera, Mary Smith, Richard Agee, • nita Reid, Maggie Monroe and |im Cormode BOTTOM LEFT: Europe- an Region Headquarters staff; - bert kalmhaih, Hill, Nancy Quade, Brenda Reeves, rheresa Trotter, Caroline Duranth, Gary Wamsley, ( andacc Moore I harles Connell, June Cummings, Gerald Cummings, Karin Berger, Allison Kelly, Robert Kelley, Pauhoungand rhomas Earls BOTTOM RIGHT: Member of the European Graduate Faculty; Winfield Hutton Gary Wamsley, Martin Shapiro Henr) Shine, Arthur DeVanev. Laurence Sprat her. lean D.n ul Mexandei I a- mis, Robert Dertsch lerrj lohnson Petei Hefron William Ha en Liechty, Henr) Hall, Charles S hwendingei I arl ; • liam Thompson, (ulian Carsey, lohn K s i oren Weinberg E.LDel f mi Bei krr Dav id Keithb and |ohn Hughes Tsi in Europe 383 Phenix City Branch Dr. H. Curtis Pitts Director Business Office Personnel: Connie Morris, Carl Aycock and Terri Huckaby. Dr. Francis W. Bonner Chairman, Dept. of Business Merriam E. Douglass Chairman, Dept. of Nursing Harold P. Edwards Chairman, Dept. of Student Services Dr. Andrew A. Cox Chairman, Dept. of Social Science Dr. Jaynie L. Parham Chairman, Dept. of Education Cherie E. Fretwell Coordinator for General Business Dr. James T. Miller Coordinator for Educational Research Cecilia A. Spivey Bookstore Manager 384 Phenix City Branch TSU in Fort Benning Dr. Paul L. Stansel Director William C. Martin Asst. Director for Financial Affairs Lawrence Mowery Asst. Director for Administration Dunconz Hancock Registrar Sandra Moore Dir. of Admissions and Records IMP-lil Mary June Caler Dir. of Library Services Homer E. Wright Professor Emeritus and Dept. Coordinator Donald Gluck Associate Professor Coordinator Carol Graham Associate Professor Coordinator Dr. Charles J. Mendoza Coordinator TSU in Ft Benning 385 Florida Region, Inc. Troy State University Sys- tem, Florida Region, Inc., is dedicated to meeting the educational needs of military and civilian personnel in Northwest Florida. It had its beginnings in 1973 at Hurl- burt Field and later included Eglin Air Force Base, both of which are near Ft. Walton Beach, Florida. Since then, it has expanded its areas of op- eration to encompass NAS Pensacola, Corry Station and NAS Whiting Feild in the Pensacola, Florida area. The Florida Region offers baccalaureate degrees in Ap- plied Sciences, Business Ad- ministration, Computer Sci- ences, Criminal Justice, Psychology and Social Sci- ences. Masters of Sciences de- grees are offered in Counsel- ing and Human Develop- ment, International Relations, Management and Public Relations. The curriculum and format of course scheduling provide for flexible adaptability to the military and civilian working student ' s duty or work requirements without compromising academic quality. Dr. Joseph E. Zuro President and Academic Dean Ms. Kathy Cresko Vice President and Assistant Academic Dean Mr. Morelle E. Larouche Business Manager Dr. John F. Whitehouse Chairman, Dept. of Gov ' t. Donald L. Jeffers Chairman, Dept. of Management James C. Pike Chairman, Dept. of Computer Science James W. Dingle Asst. Prof. B us. Economics William T. Cullen Chairman, Dept. of Business Jerone P. Johnson Asc. Prof. Counseling 386 Florida Region, Inc. ■ " " " f- Dr. Harry B. Keller Prof. Management Muriel O. Landrum Chairman, Dept. of English Tuny Jennings Director of Library Services lames W. Roberts Friibook MandK - ' Jacqueline D. Sawyer Academic Adv. Coord. Eglin Cindy Martin Academic Advisor Pensacola and Whiting Jeri Blankenbeck Coord. Pensacola and Whiting Carol A. Reinarts Director Admissions and Records Jerrie Kirk Asst. Academic Advisor Eglin Cinny Kemper Chief Academic Admin. Services Patricia A.L. Cram Academic Advisor, Hurlburt Assistant Registrar Kathy Young Supervisor Crad. Records T9T r : Debbie Wills Data Processing Manager Walter W. Henley Academic Advisor Pensacola and Whiting Dr. Robert M. Brown Coordinator, NAS Pensacola Complex Assoc. Prof, of International Relations Florida Region, Inc 387 TSU at Moody Air Force Base Troy State University at Moody Air Base of- fers programs for ac- tive duty officers, air- men, department of defense civilian employees, military dependants and local com- munity citizens to enhance their job performance and managerial skills to become more effective employees, supervisors and leaders. Troy State University at Moody celebrated its " mini " centennial this year having been in operation at this Air Force Tactical Air Command Base for 10 years (1976-1986). Thomas E. Wakefield Coordinator Priscilla B. Washington Registrar 388 Moody Air Force Base TSU in Dothan Fort Rucker Thomas Earl Harrison President Gayle F. Oberst Dr. Lawrence Brown Executive Asst. to President Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Dean Davis Dean of the School of Business Dr. J. Wyatt Grimmer Dean of Academic ffairs Dr. Jack R. Sublette Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Majorie Kirkland Dean of the School of Education Richard Arthur Dir. of Financial Affairs TSL Dothan Fori Rucker 389 TSU in Montgomery Dr. Millard E. Elrod President Helen R. Bern Vice-President for Public Affairs Walter E. Edmonds Vice-President for Financial Affairs 390 TSU in Montgomery Donald H. 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Box 974 Troy, Alabama 36081 566-2182 KDS ORGANIZATIONS INDEX 1 Adams Center Union Board 284 Advertising Club 307 Association for Childhood Education International 317 Air Force ROTC 280-281 Alpha Delta Pi 88-89 Alpha Gamma Delta.... 90-91 Alpha Kappa Alpha 92-93 Alpha Lambda Delta 268 Alpha Psi Omega 295, Angel Flight 284 Arnold Air Society ..282-283 Art Guild 277 B Band 322-327 Baptist Student Union.... 298 Beta Beta Beta 313 Beta Upsilon Sigma 269 Gamma Beta Phi 272-273 Gospel Choir 290-291 H HYPER 315 International Student Cultural Organization 278-279 K Kappa Alpha Psi 100-101 Kappa Delta 102-103 Kappa Delta Pi 306 Kappa Kappa Psi 320 Pi Kappa Phi 108-109 Pied Pipers 295 Pre-College Orientation Leaders 276 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 110-111 Sigma Alpha lota 321 Sigma Alpha Sigma ..310-311 Sigma Chi 112-113 Sigma Delta Chi 304 Sigma Pi 114-115 Sigma Theta Tau 308 Square Root of C Math Club 270 Student Council for Exceptional Students.. 314 Student Government Association 260-263 Student Nurses Association 309 Chi Omega 94-95 Christian Student Center 296-297 Circle K 276 Collegiate Singers.... 292-293 D Data Processing Management Association 316 Delta Chi 96-97 Delta Sigma Pi 305 Delta Sigma Theta 98-99 Lambda Alpha Epsilon.... 312 Lambda Chi Alpha... 104-105 M Madrigal Singers 294 Men ' s Residence 264-265 Mortar Board 274-275 o Omicron Delta Kappa.... 270 Tau Beta Sigma 319 Tau Kappa Epsilon 116 Trojan Ambassadors 286-287 Tropolitan 288-289 u University Dancers ..300-301 W Wesley Foundation 299 Women ' s Residence266-267 Forensics 316 Palladium 414-415 Ph Ph Ph Ph Ph Ph Ph Alpha Theta 271 Beta Lambda 303 Eta Sigma 269 Gamma Nu 302 Kappa Phi 271 Mu 106-107 Mu Alpha 318 Zeta Phi Beta 117 398 Index GENERAL INDEX A Aaron, Jane Lydia 218 Abch, Humphrey Mbaanug 218 Abercrombie, Sara Allison 218 Abercrombie, William C 218 Abrams, Hudson McRae 200 Aclon, Debra Jean 200, 324, Adair, Rachael Ella 200 Adams, Amy E 200 Adams, Bobby Earle 244 Adams, Cynthia Delane 200 Adams, Duane 190 Adams, David Mark 200 Adams, lames Ronald 232 Adams, lohn Wade |r. 218 Adams, Jon Elvin 218 Adams, Kim 167 Adams, Maria Antoineue 200 Adams, Melissa Marie 200 Adams, Michelle Connie 200 Adams, Rachel Gardner 218 Adams, Rowena Lynn 218 Adams, Samuel Jr 200 Adams, Wendy Marie 58, 71, 271, 244 Adcock, Deborah I 244 Aderholt, Robyn Michele 232, 300 Adkinson, Jennifer 66, 67 Adkinson, Stacy Lynn 232, 261 Adkinson, Tracy Lynn 232 Agbaje, Adeyinka 244 Agerton, Randy Bruce 232 Aguiler. Martin 200 Aiken, Franklin D. Jr 218 Albury, lace Everett 139, 232 Ajaegbu, Ngozi 218 Alessandroni, Mark Andrew 218 Alexander, Dean Howard 200, 244 Alexander, Dena 325 Alexander, Kent 150 Alford, Jesse Lyndale 200 Alford, Thomas L 200 Alicea, Albert Emilio 200 Allen, Brooke Eugene 232 Allen, Delores Lynn 244 Allen, Donald Harrison Jr 200, 269 Allen, Jennifer Kay 200 Allen, Kathleen Elizabeth 200 Allen, Kendall Royce 200 Allen, Leslie Denise 232 Allison, Edward D Jr 200 Allison, Stephanie Marlene 218 Allred, Clifford E. 232, 274, 292. 318 Allred, Donna Faye 244, 298 Amison, Mike D 244 Amison, Sonya Meshelle 76. 200, 300 Amlong, leffrey A 244 Amos, Clifford Eugene 218 Anders. Brett Mitchell 200 Anderson, Alicia Denese 232 Anderson, Christopher S. 218, 264 Anderson, Denise 244 Anderson, Donna Dhonyale 200 Anderson, Eric 218 Anderson, Jason 200, 318. 324 Anderson, Kimberly Marie 200 Anderson. Mark Pope 232 Anderson, Monica Lynn 200. 295 Anderson, Ronald Huey 244 Anderson, Sharhonda 218 Anderson, Tammy Shirrell 167, 200 Anderson, Trina Michelle 200, 321. 325 Andrew. Scott Heinlein 200 Andrews, Shane leiteeM 218 Andrews, Wi-sli !■ ■ 244 Anthony. Cheryl Rrnita 200 Aplin, lames Gregory . ' 44 . " ' . ' W Aplin. Rhontlj I Iji " - . ' 44 NpplegSIC, Diana Lyn 232 Apple) Mile hell St on . ' 44, 264. 271, 274 Archie, lurlis Michael 218 An hie, Kevin lamei 1 U nl St ) t) loan 200 Artl. Starla Ann 244 Ard, Tracey Dawn 200 Arendt, Jon 200 Argentl, Suun Anne 200 Armour, Mary Ann 232 Armstead. Tremell LaDawn 200 Armstrong, freu 21B Armstrong, Wilbrun T Jr 200 Arnold, Donna Lee 232 Arnold. Jacqueline 232 Arnold, loe Harper 244 Arnold, Paula Renee 218 Arrant, Mellie Adria 200 Arrington, Warren Scott 174, 244 Arthur, Debra J 200 Arthur, William M. Jr 218 Asche, Cina Michelle 232, 300 Ashby, Marshall Edward Jr. 244 Ashcraft, Arthur D. 232 Ashcraft, Malinda J 244, 266 Ashmore, Winford Lee 193, 232 Asmussen, Tina 2}2 Asken, Gloria 200 Atkins, Candace Christene 200 Atkin, Mary 232 Atkins, Timothy Lawrence 200, 268 Atkins, Tony Jerome 218 Atkinson, Jennifer Ellen 200, 300 Aubrey, Lynne Sally 182, 218 Aultman, Mary Margaret 218 Aultman, William D 244 Avery, Diana Lyn 218 Ayres, Regina Denise 200, 324 Babb, Malcolm lames Jr 200 Babcock. Brenda Michele 232 Badley, John Thomas Jr. 244 Bailey. Carla Phillips 244 Bailey, Dellissima A 200 Bailey. Kimberly Dawn 232, 298 Bailey, Patrick Lyndon 200 Bailey, Zobria 244 Baker, Benjamin R 218, 289 Baker, Ervin Darrell 218 Baker. Gary Eugene 135, 200, 269 Baker, Ginger Anne 200 Baker, Joy Marie 130. 218 Baker. Judith Renee 200 Baker, Keith Kaui 174, 232 Baker, Ken Larry 218 Baker. Natalie Faye 200 Baker, Rebecca Joan 292. 298 Baker, Rhonda Carol 244 Baker, Richard Howell 232 Baker. Russell Ladon 200 Baker, Sabrena 200 Baker, Valerie Regina 200 Balducci, Lynette Mary 127, 131. 218. 316. 336. 344 Baldwin, Douglas Scolt 244 Baldwin. Patrick Everett 218 Bali Joseph Carl 244 Banks. Kenneth Wayne 193, 232 Banks, Marrella Sherial 232 Banks, Willie Stevenson 150, 200 Bankston. Morris Dee 150, 218 Barar, Geralyn 244 Barber. Deborah Ann 200 B Barefoot fine Ri ■ Barlirlil I troUtM .a.l 218. 305 Berfleld, Mentu Km) 144 HjiiI.i-.iu «.r.,i K i4 Cram . ' i; HarleMr Ihunias |.,. Barlow Vkkllyn 232 Barnaul. Kami IjM 144 106 Barnrr. Robi-rl M ir . ' 44 II. ' Barnw Kamiaii i.w 20O Barnes, Robert M 200 Barnes William 218 Barnene, Everett V |i 142,218 Barnettr. Sonya I . ' 44 Barr, Theresa Sue 200 Ban. Tony Randall 200 Barr-Mason, loanne E 218 Barron, Belinda N. 244 Barron. Brenda I 232 Barron, Davy I . ' 44 Barron, Deborah Alwell 218 Barron, Donna Merle 200 Barron, Key Cathy 232 Barron, Renee 317 Barron, Warren Keith 200 Barrows, Peter Jordan 218 Barrows, Timothy Holds 232 Barry, Margaret Buford 232 Barton, Amy Elizabeth 130, 232 Barton, Carol Michelle 218 Barton, Christine Marie 218 Barton, Kenneth Ray 218 Barton, Phillip R 244 Barton, Sharon Lawson 218 • 201 Basvetl l 4 4 .. . Hal. | ■ UiUr I jli.t.j 20 Hai.r It.rfi-sa Ann 201 BattJatea Franl . ' 97 Han |ll ■ Bauman. Angrlarx-ttr Prr.n! 201 Bauman. Gerald Ant. 44 . . 44 2 6 218 Baiter, Janniqur laquita- 232 Battel Ke% FranfcRn 201 I leaf, is , . 4 ; Brail David Nobta 201 ■ • 201 Bran I .- 4 ' ■ j . .44 270 • c helle 201 Braslr, Mj . J2 Braslrs M,r, ► ,•• . .44, 325 Bra!, Drtra I 232 reran 21C Beckham. Randall K .44 Beech, Gayle 218 Bell. Alicia Kim 218 Bell Annemaire 218. 292 Bell. Douglas Bernard 201. 325 Bell, Jacqueline lois .44 Bell. Karen 232 Barber. Ricky 298 Barber. Robin lee 200. 261 s tudent prepares tor class while sitting in the ' l ' Graves quad. Inc.rx 399 Bell, Sharon R 98. 99. 131, 244 Bender, Charles Eugene 232 Bender, Cynthia A. 244 Bender, Jane! S. 201, 269 Benefield. Laura Dawn 74, 75, 218 Benefield. Veronica Lyn 232 Benn, Eric Samuel 201 Bennett, Lartonyar M 201 Bennett, Mickey Andrew 244 Bennett. Scott Michael 201 Benson, Reginald Ladell 232, 264 Bentkowski. Cena Renee 66, 67, 201 Bentley, Charles Frank Jr. 244, 316 Benton, Mary Catherine 244 Bergeson, lames Charles 218 Berry, Vanessa L 244 Bianchi, Diedra 218 Bice, Kelli Taylor 201 Bickel, lames I 232 Biegler, Matthew James 201 Bigger, Kimberlv Ann 201 Bigham, Jacqueline Cail 232 Billings, Roni Caroline 201 Bingham, Jill Suzanne 106, 107, 201 Birks, Jennifer Lyn 292, 299, 321, 324 Birks, Joanne Lea 244, 299, 321, 324 Bishop, David Lee 201, 304 Bishop, Kenneth T. 244 Bjorgan, Ion E. 244 Black, Carolyn Elaine 201 Black, Ed W. 174, 244 Black, Mike R. 218 Blackburn, Lisa Ellen 218 Blackmon, Bryant Ray 150, 218 Blackmon, Dorothy Marie 201 Blackmon, Elizabeth Diane 201 Blackmon, |ody Dean 244 Blackwell, Carry Devaine 150, 232 Blair, Debra Denise 201 Blair, Donald loseph 135, 218 Blake, Ginger Gale 232, 268 Bland, Larry G. 232, 311 Blankenship, Johnnie K. 232, 270 Bledsoe, Karl Anderson 244 Bledsoe, Lou lona 311 Blevins, loseph P. 244 Blien, Eric Carl 150, 201 Blocker, Sheila Ann 244 Bloodworth, Sharon Renee 102, 133, 201 Blount, David Russell 131 Blow, Daryl Anthony 150, 218 Blue, Kelli Christine 102, 133, 201 Blue, Lisa Davis 244 Boatner, Tracy Lynn 201 Bobo, Rebecca Evelyn 58, 186, 232, 267, 270, 315 Bodiford, David W. 232 Bodiford, Patricia Ann 316 Boggs, Charles M. 218, 261 286 Bolin, Carol Lynn 201, 269 Bonce, Gilberto Daniel 201, 324 Bond, Brenda Claudia 244 Bond, David Wayne 174, 232 Bond, Kyle Stewart 201 Bonn, Margaret Helen 218 Booker, Dewayne 232 Booker, Wanda L. 244, 324 Boone, Cynthia 232 Boone, Traci Kaye 182, 244 Boone, William Gene 201 Booth, Regina Annette 201 Boothe, Anne 201 Borie, Linda Laurie 154, 232 Boshcll, Alvin Thomas 218 Boshell, Cherie Lyn S. 106, 201 Bostick, Todd Lamar 232, 324 Bostick, Wyatt Keys 201 Boswell, Angela Joyce 232 Bottoms, Joseph 324 Bouchet, Noelle Christine 201 Boulware, Barbara T. 244 Boutwell, Elecia Gail 102, 133, 201 Boutwell, Lisa Ann 218, 324 Bowdoin, Deanna Catherine 201 Bowdoin, Gary Donald 142 Bowdoin, Samuel Jay 150, 219 Bowen, Bobbie Melissa 102, 131, 201 Bowen, Carol Marie 201 Bowens, Yvonne Decarlo 201 Bowers, Christopher Wayne 232 Bowers, Ion Timothy 201 Bowers, Kevin Niles 114, 245, 298 Bowes, Rebecca Lynn 219 Box, Terri Renee 219 Boykin, Pamela Kaye 232 Bozeman, Denise Lane 201 Bracewell. Ida Sue 219 Bracewell, Mary Elizabeth 233, 313 Bracken, Richard Vernon 245 Brackin, Elaine 201 Brackins, Harold Wade 233, 264. 282 Brackins, Richard 261 Bradford, Jonathan 98, 99, 219 Bradley, Robert 245 Bradley, Sarah Christina 131, 201 Bradley, Sharon Reginia 58, 123, 233, 270 Bradsher, James V. 292, 318 Branch, Elizabeth Ellen 102, 131, 201 Brannan, Patty Jo 201 Branning, William D. 245 Brannon, Cassandra 233 Brannon, Joseph C. 201 Brannon, Kimberly Dean 131, 219 Brantley, Arthur Lynn 233 Brantley, Catherine Reid 245 Brantley, Jo Anna 102, 119, 133, 219 Brantley, John Eric 201 Brantley, Michael Glenn 219 Branton, Kathy Deloris 201 Braswell, Hannah 201 Braswell, Jeannie 186, 219 Bray, Christopher James 245 Bray, Paula D. 245 Brennan, John F. 193, 194, 219 Brewer, Maria H. 269 Brewster, Julie Teresa 201 Brewster, Sharon L. 245, 292, 321, 324 Briggs, Lula 233 Bright, Robert Dale Jr. 245, 265 Brighton, Judy Ann 58, 245 Bringardner, Joseph Krepps 113, 135, 219 Brister, Sharri Noelle 133, 245 Britton, Dave Brown 219 Broadhead, Steven 245 Brock, William Jeter 104 Broderick, Patrick Thomas 219 Broderick, Peyton Thomas 219 Brooks, Frank Erik 219 Brooks, Gerald Arliss 135, 233, 270 Brooks, Karen Jill 245 Brooks, Kerry Leon 233 Brooks, Norman Dale 324 Brooks, Norris Wayne 219 Brooks, Preston Edward 150 Brooks, Rodney L. 174, 233 Brooks, Vickie 233 Broussard, Karen Jo 245 Broussard, Whitney lean Jr. 201 Brown, Allison M. 245 Brown, Anthony Q. 233 Brown, Carol Lynn 201 Brown, Christopher Anthony 219, 276 Brown, Cynthia M. 106, 233 Brown, Derek Lee 219 Brown, Dorothy Joan 66, 67, 233 Brown, Eugene Randall 245 Brown, Holland F. 219, 273 Brown, Jean 190, 286 Brown, Jeffery Darrell 201 Brown, Jimmy Ray 201, 245 Brown, John Edward 219 Brown, Julia Suzanne 219 Brown, Julie A. 131 Brown, Lisa Kay 201, 324 Brown, Lisa L. 271, 308 Brown, Linda 257 Brown, Miriam O. 130, 201 Brown, Phylanjo Allashawn 140, 150, 201 Brown, Rebecca Jean 219 Brown, Rose Ann 219 Brown, Samantha Elizabeth 182, 219 Brown, Scott W. 163 Brown, Stephanas Linnette 193, 233 Brown, Tairita 66, 202 Brown, Timothy Merrell 174, 233 Brown, Tamiko 233 Brown, Tony Daires 219 Brown, Tracey 202 Brown, William Louis 202 Bruce, James Edward 233 Bruce, Tammy Denise 167 Brundidge, Eddie L. 150, 245 Bryan, Lomax Hatcher 202 Bryan, Sondra Jean 233 Bryant, Alan Samuel 202 Bryant, Charles D. 245 Bryant, Gregory Lawton 219 Bryant, lanice Marie 202 Bryant, Penny W. 202 Bryant, Willard Aaron 219, 298 Buehler, Bruce Alan Jr. 112, 135, 219 Buff, Scott 112, 219, 286 Buffong, Frances Joan 167 Buford, Barbara Ann 202 Bullard, Angela Kay 133, 24S Bullard, George Stanley 193, 219 Bullock, Robert E. 245 Bunch, Joanne 233 Bundrick, Louanne 245 Bundrick. Sheila Claire 257 Buntin, Kathy 257 Burch, Philip D 219 Burell, Donna Reeves 233 Burke, Alicia Francine 130, 202 Burke, Valerie Denise 130, 219 Burkett, Arnold P. 245 Burkhardt, Daniela C. 233 Burman, Brian E. 245 Burman, Bridgett E. 245, 324 Burnham, Lisa Helms 245 Burns, Henry 202 Burrell, Warren Gerard 219 Burroughs, Cheryl 202 Bush, Jacqueline Marie 202 Bush, Jonathan Andrews 219, 324 Bush, Philip W. 219 Butenschon, Kevin Tod 131, 202 Butler, Paula Ramona 202 Butler, Robert Patrick 245 Butler, Shane Michael 219 Butterworth, David Paul 202 Butts, Johnny 150, 219 Butts, Melissa Ann 202 Byars, Dena S. 233 Byars, John Baxter 257 Byrd, Adam Tucker 202, 303 Byrd, Caroll Verneria 233, 302, 316 Byrd, Dianna 202 Byrd, Lisa Farmer 245 Byrd, Sheila Kaye 202 Byrne, Mark Steven 202 c Caffey, Taylor Dunn 135, 233, 270, 276, 292 Cain, Brian Kevin 112, 118, 135, 219 Cain, Eric D. 202 Cain, Keron Veronica 219 Cain, Robert Alan 219 Cain, Todd Patrick 219 Calabrese, Robert 104, 245 Caldwell, Jeffrey Scott 245, 320, 324 Caldwell, Tomeka Dunyell 93, 131, 245, 267 Calhoun, Mary Louise 245 Callioras, Sue E. 104, 245 Campbell, Eltonya Renee 202 Campbell, James William 202 Campbell, John Russell 141, 245 Campbell, Mark Milton 245 Campbell, Richard Kermit 202 Campbell, Ryan Neal 202 Campbell, Steven Mark 150, 233 Campbell, Townley Ann 324 Camper, David Michael 233, 324 Cannedy, Clifford F. Jr. 245, 292 Cannon, Garry Wayne 112, 135, 233, 305 Canova, Shannon M. 94, 95, 131, 202 Caporini, Stephen Anthony 245 Caprara, Bradley Joseph 104, 202, 325 Carlile, James M. Jr. 233, 313 Carlisle, James W.H. 202, 270 Carmack, Deanna Susanne 202 Carney, John B. 133 Carpenter, Scott 202 Carr, Pamela Renee 245 Carr, Tiffany Ann 202 s issy Burke gives a friendly wave from her Shackelford room. r 400 Index irroll, Greg L. 202 irroll, lu.inii.i i n-.iM 2ii irroll, Kevin A. 202 irroll, Leslie Km 130, 245 irroll, Millon R 202 irroll, Sherry 219 irroll, Teresa Ann 245 irson, Hope A 245 irswell. Harold 150, 245 irswell, Mather 137, 202 irler, Brenda 233 in. , ( jrj leigh 131, 233. 303 irter, Charles Frani is 219 irter, Cynthia |oy 233 irter, Derrick luan 202 irter, Latanya Patrice 203 irter, Lorna Mi helle 203 irter, Monica I 245 irter, Robert lewayne 219 irter, Rudolph 245, 289 irver, )amcs 135, 219 irver, Robert Mason 233 irvin, Tracy Denise 233 isey, Steven William 203 iskey. Merren Cook 233 ison, Ricky Bernard 150, 202 lisady. lerilyn 90, 130, 136 IStleberry, lackie Keith 245 ■ton, Stephen Todd 233 itrctt, Payton Ashley 233 itrett, Thomas D 233 fatten, William David 245, 264, 302 ivanagh, Michael John 245 iver, Pamela Renee 154, 203 ease, Diane Marie 203, 325 elka, Christopher ) 203, 268 stti, Elizabeth Lee 245 hamberland, Teresa Marie 102, 133, 202 lumbers, Delisa Renee 203 hambers, Loren W 233 hambers, Robert Eugene 104 rtamlies, Marsha Davis 203 fiampion, Bradley Paul 179, 203 hancey, Angela G 233 fiantcy, Cynthia Mane 245 riancey, lack 219 Sandler, Cheryl Opal 110, 203 hapman, Sheri Ann 203 rvappell, Anita Cromer 233 rtappelle, Marlin Slade 203 harny. Adam 203 hase. Chip 112 hastain, Heidi Ann 203 heatham, Roy Carnell 163, 233 heely, Andrew L. 203, 268, 292, 347 herry, Janice Marie 245 hesteen, Larry Charles 150, 203 hestnut, Cassandra Lee 292 hilders, Lee Allen 219 hildree. Amy Felicia 245 hinakwe, Charles Chilwzor 245 hinn, Gracie Louise 233 hipman, William Mark 150, 219 hism, Ronda Gayle 94, 131, 203 hristensen, Rae Ann 106, 219 hristmas, Cheryl 233 lark, Abraham Henry 132, 233 lark, Betsy Lynn 167, 233 lark, Bryan Lewis 219 lark, Cynthia Gayle 245 lark, Dawn 219 lark, Dianne 219 lark, Frankie Scott 245 Ilark, Henry Dowe 233 lark. Holley Renee 203 ilark, |ohn A. |r. 245 :lark, Mary H 245 Ilark. Pamela Denise 203 Ilark, Stacey Alise 219 Ilark, Tish 282 llarkc, Thomas 233 llaunch, Thomas Howard 203 rieary, Kern Denise 245, 302, 307 :lem. lames Ted 58, 150, 233, 264 Elements, Curtis Payne 245 dements, Zena Phillips 245 ;iemmons, Paula Marie 203 Ilemmons, Tonya Kaye 233 riickner, David Michael 135, 219 :iikas. Carrie Marietta 91, 130, 219 :linc. Karen M 246 :iingenpeel, Cinda Kay 90. 130, 233. 270 Iloud. Brenda 233, 290 Cloud, Lawrence Gregory 219 Iloud, Michael Lawrence 203 Slower, lames 270 A ir bands remained a popular form of entertainment at campus parties Coachman, Earline 246 Coates. Anna Christina 203, 268, 324 Coates, lames Richard 203 Coates, Kendall Martin 112, 135, 139, 233, 269, 270, 271, 305 Coates, Stacey Devan 203, 269 Cobb, Alenda Carol 233, 303 Cobb, Alisa L 246 Cobb, Brenda 203 Cobb, Lamar Benjamin |r. 305 Cobb, Wendy Michelle 203 Coburn, Laura )o 246 Cochran, Lonnie lerome 163, 246 Cody, Robert Michael 123, 135 Coe, Dennis Randal 246 Cofield, Chonda Lafaye 233, 309 Coholich, Dolores Theresa 233, 270, 309 Cole, Kathy Yvette 203 Coleman, Angela Veronica 58, 92, 125, 233, 262. 266, 270, 276, 285, 286 Coleman, James D. 233 Coleman, Tanna Rene 79, 246, 334 Coley, Lauria 219 Collier, Patricia Maria 219 Collins, Donna Lynn 284 Collins, Kimberly Ann 58. 88. 119. 121, 130, 262, 270, 313 Collver, Caron Lynn 246 Collver, Catherine Mane 246, 273, 292 Colmar, Susan Lynn 246 Colquett. Joseph Nolan 203. 325 Colvin. Linda 219 Colwell. loey Bruie 135. 233 Combs. Pamela Flame 132, 246 Compton. Tia Horn 219 Condon, Priscilla 203 Cone, Karen Denise 219 Conner. Lloyd Donald 220. 297 Conner. Robert Wayne 233. 297 Conoly. David Alan : ' Conrad, lars Arne 220 Cook, Glen Edward 220 Cook, Gloria I 246 Cook, lanet D 233. 309 Cook, larrs I |r Hh Ufc U4 Cook, lashon 233 Cooke, Bryan Gary 233 Cooper, Michelle 203 Cooper, Stacy Tabb 203 Cope, Diana Lee 234 Copeland, Angela 203 Copeland, Harriet Maria 246 Copen, Catherine Lynn 220, 282, 297 Coppage, William Darren 234 Corbitt, Kara Patricia 220 Cordrey IV, Stanley B 150, 203 Corley, Julia Lynn 246 Cornelius Suzanne Lea 234 Corsino, Tracy Diane 203 Corson, leffrey David 234 Corte, Krislyn Damrell 203 Coskrey, Carla Michelle 203 Coskrey, Marsha Carol 220, 292, 305 Cosper, Christopher S. 150, 220 Cosson, Misty Michelle 203. 282 Coston, Thomasette Lanette 246 Cotten, Robert Carter 179, 234 Cotton, Marshall 220 Courson, Russell Warren 234, 318, 324 Cowart, Lessie Mae 220, 325 Cowart, Lorraine 246 Con, Elaine Frances 90. 104. 105, 130. 246. 276 Craig, Amy Elizabeth 130, 220 I mo Kimberly Ann 220 Crawlord, Allonso C 100, 133. 246 Crawford. Beth 106. 203 Crawlord. Olivia 234. 302 Crawford. Stacie Lee 203 Crawley. Jaine 203 l i.-.-k l.lona K 170 sdam I 246 ( renshaw Angela 220 ( rrmhaw Drmetra .M4 C rrn haw Tina Michelle 203 ( rr»v Huelon Volt 204 ( rr»i Rofv ( 24b ( ribb Kenneth Ml.. C rim (.reli hen Rrbnu 1«0 ;;o (nvf lawrrn.r • . It. 1 . ' . ' 0 . ' M Cr.xkef Karen Mi. hrllr 111 204 Crook Strlisu AnRrlmr 234 ( r.»shy Sand. 4 Rrnrr :04 I . ' 4 ( rOWWrCl, lanet 204 Crout. Sharron Renee 234 I athenne Ann 102 133 220. 2U (.eorge Qui Crowell, lanet Louise 106 Crowson. Lene Annette 204. 269 Crumpton. Crvarles |r 204 Crutchfield. Sandr., Cude. Donna R 246, 319. 325 Cullen. Anna Elizabeth 88. 220 Culpepper, Sheila A 246 Culpepper. William Todd 204 Culpepper. son Brantle r house. Conna lee 246 C uNerhouse. |imn ' . Cumbie. Vikki leigh 134 Cummings Sla. r »«nn 204 Curenton, Arthur D 246 Curenton. Celena Ann 220 Curne, Charlotte M 246 Curry, Christopher Martin 204 l urn Steve H. 135. 204 Curtis. George Lewi . 24t i:a Curtis, Mildred 220. 325 Curtis. Phillip T 204. 292, 297, 347 ( urti Samuel D 104 Curvin. leffres Lsnn 246 261 Cutruzzula Mic hael O 132, 246 Dahhs k.mbr.K (,.4, r 1J3. 204 Dahhs Stephen P. • Dalles Darrtl I ugrnr 1 14 I lame Demve 220 1 ana M.i helle 220 Damron. David 220 I 204 ■ ■ 220 4 Srsa»on 220 Indrx 401 Daniels, lame Paul 204 Daniels, Sharon Ann 204 Dansby. Kimberly Alisa 220 Dasinger, lana K 234 Daugherty. Bill 204 Daugherty. Frank Lee 136, 220 Daugherty, Janet W 131, 204 Daugherty, Ryan Waner 136, 139, 234, 307, 347 Daughtry, Debbie I 246 Daughtry, Soma Lynn 204 Davenport, lames Shawn 220 Davenport, Patricia 220 Davenport, Vivian 234 Davenport, Yolanda 306 Davis, Anisa 204 Davis, Beth 220 Davis, Brian Stacy 204 Davis, Brockton S. 58, 246, 264, 285 Davis, Donna Marie 220, 304 Davis, Doris Michelle 234 Davis, Edna Elizabeth 102, 133 Davis, lames II 100, 101, 117, 133, 234 Davis, Jennifer L 246 Davis, John Paul 132, 204 Davis, Kimberly Ann 234 Davis, Lisa C. 204 Davis, Pamela Denise 234 Davis, Robert Eugene 257 Davis, Robert Lee 59, 324 Davis, Stanley 220, 311 Davis, Stephen Harris 204 Davis, Todd M. 204 Davis, Tommy Laray 246, 303, 306 Davison, Deborah Denise 220 Dawkins, Nelson Alexander 234 Dawson, David Lawrence 114, 136 Dawson, Knowlan )ay 150, 204 Dawson, Todd 204 Deal, Lori Caroline 234 Dean, Jack Gene 204 Dean, John Howard 220, 299 Debrosse, Thomas J. Jr. 136, 204 Decker, Sherri Lynn 220 Dee, Helen Theresa 220 Deer, Laura Beth 204 Defee, Lisa Carol 221 Defee, Tonya L. 204 Dehaye, Janice Marie 193, 194, 246 Dejarnett, Bobby F. 174 Delaney, Esther 204 Denham, Donald Lee 204 Denison, Joseph P. 246 Denison, William Rae |r. 246, 318, 32S Dennis, John T. 204 Denny, Scott Douglas 234 Dent, Lowanda 257 DeRamus, Angela D. 246 DeRamus, Pamela Rae 102, 133, 221 Deshields, C harles R. )r 204 Desmond, Kim Sherree 221 Dew, Jackson Scott 112, 135, 139, 246 Dewar, Brenton James 193, 204 Dewberry, Aleta Lynn 204 Diaz, Edgar Cuillermo 132 Dicesare, Frank Mario 135, 246 Dicesare, Rosanna Maria 246, 309 Dickinson, Cynthia Denise 234 Dickson, lames Michael 136, 139, 234, 305 Dillard, Harriet Jo 221, 313 Dinsmore, George Scott 204, 268 Dismukes, Laura Lanette 234 Dixon, Andrea Celestine 234 Dixon, Harold Beauregard 221 Dixon, Jane F. 130, 234 Dixon, Titus L. 150, 221 Dixon, Trilanda Katrina 204 Dobbs, Carla Denise 186, 221 Dobbs, Richard Allan 150, 234 Doctson, Gregory M. 246 Doggett, Tawana Leigh 204 Donaldson, Linda Jean 246 Donaldson, Mary Elizabeth 94, 131, 204 Donaldson, Sharon Lynn 246, 317 Donley, Gary Philip 204 Donohue, Anne M. 86, 112, 221, 266, 286 Dormer, Charles John 221 Dorsey, Dorell L. 234, 292, 299, 324 Doss, James Samuel II 234 Dothard, Geroge Wallace 150, 234 Doty, Shawn Allen 179, 235 Doty, Steven Homer 136, 204 Douglas, Stephanie L. 130, 221 Dove, Brian Keith 246 Dovin, Barry Dean 257 Dowdle, Deborah Lynne 246 Downie, Constance Rene 204 Downie, Paula D 246 Downing, David 204 Doyle, Donna Rae 221 Dozier, Kim Ann 204, 311 Dozier, Leslie Wynn 204, 268. 269 Drago, Laura Jeanne 235 Drake, Harry L. |r. 246 Draughon, Wells Roney 246, 316 Drew, Peter Alan 150 Driggers, Donna Jordan 257 Driggers, lean Elizabeth 235 Driggers, Walter Darren 221 Driver, Shannon Dee 69, 246 Drummond, Michael Neal 188 Drury, leffrey Duane 112, 136, 190, 235 Dubberley, Frank Allen 112, 136, 204 Duebelt, Paula 306 Dubose, Mary Wesley 257 Duddy, Marguerite A. 221 Duff, Julie Elizabeth 246 Duff, Susan Rene 94, 131, 235 Dugosh, James Andrew 235, 313 Dugosh, Thomas Leroy 59, 150, 246, 270 Duke, Shelia Kaye 235 Dunaway, Cherie Lynn 102, 133, 221 Dunaway, Emmie 102, 133, 304 Dunbar, Denise Lazelda 92, 131 Duncan, Constance Lee 193, 194 Duncan, Kathy L. 130, 246 Duncan, Maria Louise 90, 130, 138, 204 Dunn, Cathy 309 Dunn, Lucinda Renee 204 Dunn, Polly 204 Dunn, Tony Harold 257 Dunn, William Patrick 221 Dunnaway, Emmie J. 235 Dupuy, Dirk Konstantin 289, 304, 312 Durrel, Teresa 235 Durham, William Loren 204, 268 Durr, Madell Ruth 221 Dwyer, Daniel Kevin 96, 118, 276, 316 Dyal, Alice Carol 130, 204 Dye, Elizabeth Anoe 204 Dye, Michael Ai Jrew 112, 136, 221 Dyer, Allison Moffet 204 Dyess, |oel Dewayn 235 Dyess, William Timothy 132, 221 Dyke, Richard Louise )r. 109, 204 Dykes, Daniel lames 235 Dykes, Howard Oneal 112, 136, 246 Dykes, lennifer Lynn 204 Earl, Lucy M. 235, 290 East, Kathy Leigh 235 Easterwood, Larry Craig 247 Eastin, Jill |. 154, 221 Eaton, Steve ). 174, 235 Eddington, Antoine Leener 247 Edelberg, Katherine Mary 221 Edenfield. Kenny Douglas 140, 180, 221 Edgar, David M. 100, 133, 247 Edge, Darris S. 221, 265 Edwards, Angie Marcia 221 Edwards, Daniel Steven 204 Edwards, Emily L. 235, 324 Edwards, Michael L. 221, 305 Edwards, Thomas Jackson 221 Eford, Alfonzie 204 Efurd, Sandra Louise 247 Eifert, John Alwood 247 Ekpo, Brenda Okoh 257 Elder, Valerie 235 Elder, Wanda 193, 194, 235 Ellington, Joe Lebron 247 Ellington, Robert S. 221 Ellinor, Catherine Marie 247, 267, 305 Ellis, Charles M. 247 Ellis, Dana lemique 130, 221 Ellis, Gwendolyn Sue 98, 99, 132, 235, 266, 290, 302 Ellis, lames David II 204, 292, 334, 347 Ellis, leffery Jackson 221 Ellis, Rebecca Swanton 247, 271, 308 Ellis, Sharon Dianne 204 Ellis, Stephen 174, 235 Ellison, Andrea Leigh 204, 268 Ellison, James Edwin 204 Ellison, Stephanie Loree 235 Ellisor, Robert Glenn 247 Ellsworth, Roxanne 94, 96, 141, 204 Elmore, Charles Michael 135, 174, 247 Elmore, Debra Kay 221 Embry, Joanne 235 Emelogu, John Chikwendu 247 Emry, Lisa Marie 221 Englett, Michael Todd 174 English, Cara Leigh 221 English, James Ross 221, 297 Enloe, Mark lames 235 Enzor, Jennifer L. 130, 247 Erdoesy, John F. 247 Erwin, Mike 142, 204 Esler, William B. 247, 307 Eslinger, Julie Anne 106, 221 Estes, Paul David 247 Etheridge, Cynthia Kaye 221, 304 Etheridge, Johnny Alfred 204 Evans, Chip 277 Evans, Connie Ree 132 Evans, Joseph 235 Evans, Lisa L 204 Evans, Phillip Vaughn 205 Evans, Sharron Kay 205 Everatt, Christy A. 221 Everett, Cathy Michelle 205 Everheart, Angela Estella 205 Evers, John 247 Ezell, Debbie Denice 205 F W ater basketball was a new event for Greek Week in 1987. Faircloth, John Kenneth 150, 235 Faison, Shawn Inette 130, 221 Faith, Alexis Yvonne 205 Faith, Joseph Ethridge 235 Falkenberry, William T. 205 Faoro, Richard Michael 150, 205 Farabee, Litta Kay 221 Farmer, Angela G. 57, 65, 70, 247, 271 Farmer, Charla Jeanette 205 Farrar, Thomas Boyd 247 Farrior, Gaylen Michelle 205 Farris, Jennifer Diane 131 402 Index A Ipha Delta Pis relax after a week full of Rush activities. Faulk. Brenda Lynn 23S Faulk, Cathy 247 Faulk. Lots M. 23S Faulkner, Toni Mane 102, 133 Favarulo, David A. 205 Feathenngill, Lon M. 221 Fenn, )ay Jennings 205 Ferguson, Alma L. 92, 235 Ferguson, Debbie Ann 247 Feria, Rebeca 59. 66, 67, 119. 130, 235, 267, 279, 313 Ferry, Dayna C. 130, 221 Ficher, Cina 325 Ficke, Diane Carol 59, 247, 270, 271. 274. 282 Fielder, Amy Allene 102, 133, 205 Figgemeier, Barbara Alice 235 Finch, Angela 307 Finch, Charles H. 69, 89, 112, 136, 247, 274. 286 Finch, Eric Reese 235, 261, 290, 325 Finder, Tammy Anne 247, 314 Findlaler, lohn F 118, 221 Finedore. Ray Bryan 247 Fink, loanie 221 Fink, Susan Kay 317 Finlay, Patricia Sue 257 Firkin, Eric C. 257 Firth, Robert 269 Fish, ludy Clarice 235 Fit.h, Angela 221 Fuzpatnck, Marilyn I 98, 99, 132, 247 Fivian, Michelle lea 88, 109, 130, 205, 269 Fleming, Gregory Paul 135, 235 Fleming. William Allen 235, 312 Fletcher, Alfred 112, 135, 221 Fletcher, lames Robert 247, 261 Fletcher. Richard Stephen 205 Flores, Greisy 247, 324 Flowers, Ann C. 257 Flowers, Marcella Ruth 235 Flowers, Reba 205, 247 Flowers, Thomas lones 247 Flowd, lames 221 Floyd, Carla Leanne 221 Floyd, Charles Marvin 205, 324 Floyd, Clint Allan 179 Floyd, lesse I 90. 104 Floyd, Linda Lee 205 Floyd, Robert lee IV 205 Floyd, Robert Wilder 205 Floyd, Voncila Johnston 235 Folmar, Barbara Rountree 247 folmar, Cheryl Lynette 235 lolmaf. Margaret Hollis 257 Folmar, Nancy Delois 235 Folmar. Paul David 205 Font. Gncelle 221 Foote, Andria Leigh 205. 268. 269 Ford. Dorothy 324 Ford, Talisman 271, 321, 324 foreman, Daron 205 Forrester, lulie Anne 59, 90. 104, 105, 130, 235, 270, 304 Fi.rthman. Maureen Rachele 112, 235, 292 Foshee, Susan Kennedy 119, 133, 235 Foster, Dorothy N 205 Foster, Jerry Wayne 247 Fusion, Almond letchee 205 Fountain, Hugh Thomas 247 Fountain, Susan Lynn 221 Fournier, Andrea Keeley 221 Fowee. Deborah I 257 Fowler, Elizabeth Renee 88, 130, 221. lift !U )44 Fowler. leffery Thomas 20S, 125 fowler Sher. Ivnne 106, 235, 309 Fowler, Timothy Ellison US : ' fax. Robert Murphree 235, 313 Fo«worth. Andrea Renee 235 Fradv, Gregory Doyle 247 Fralish Vinre Rav 221 Framfl lack! Hafcx Franklin, launj tan 205. 268 Franklin Vonatal 1 1 ji.k urn WHWani BrM 205 f f jvstrlilrr |jtiif | . ' c IraZ.ef |, ( ,„lr. |05, 270 David - ' os I ree |. , .ii. I ir.k VS . ' 4H in dinner A 205 Fraarm 1, 1M lohn f rani Ml f jrtrf ., ■!. i rinunai Bfani fujolph 221 Inlh, Robert Sharwi. irosi Bat., Edward 137,23 IK , ' .ia Unri 24N 114 . I lv Ann 235 I ill.r K ,,i,1.. ,1, [ ,., . fuller leslie Ann 78, 84. 90, 112, 130. 205 Fuflar, Linda I 248 Fuller Pehles |unr 2 IS 119, 324 I ink Ion Ar.n 94, 111, 205. 248 Sridrrw M 248. 274 I If Fuqua, loseph Glenn 268, 324 Furlow, Eva Diane 257. 292 FuataO renrj Michael 221 G Gaddy, Sabnna Lewis 248 Galbraith, Connie M 248 Galbraith, Scott 303 Gallagher, lames Bradford 132. 205. 261 Cade, lark William |r. 20S Gamble, Miranda Kaye 235 Gammon, Brian Vincent 205 Gandy, Alan Louis 235 Gandy, Quida 221 Gant, Cynthia L 205 Gantt, Charles Edward 142, 205 Gardner, Alfred lerome 150, 205 Gardner, William Scott 235, 277 Garland. Mario Kathenne 115, 205 Garrett, Bronda Lynn 205 Garrett, Cindy lee 271 Garrett, lesse Thomas 135, 205 Garrett, Kimberly Dawn 221 Garrett, Marcus E 205 Garrett. Stanley 205 Garrison. Wendy Sue 106, 109, 221 Gartman, Sheha Renae 88, 130, 248 Garvin, Dunrey Ann 102, 133, 205 Gasler, Kimm D 235, 309 Gates, Betsy. A Middlebrook 248 Gates, lay Andrew 248 Gates. Kenneth Dale 235, 277, 320. 325 Gatlin, Gina Larae 131, 205. 324 Gauspohl, William Edward 126. 136. 190. 257 Gavras, limmie G 248 Gay, Gerald William 112, 136, 221 Gay, Lawrence Allan 205 Geeter. lennifer A 205 Cell. Larry T 132, 248 German, Rodney Otis 248 Gibbs. Sara Kate 248 Obbt, William Slrother 205 Gibson, Herekiah 205 Gibson, lason Wayne 235 Gibson, lenmtei I eigh 20S Gibson, |on Wright 205 124 Gibson. Phillip Duval 1 16 . ' 21 Gibson, Sandra Lois 205 Gibson, Shir lev lean 236 (.ilhert. Cameron lee 104 221 (.ilhert. Heatherly D 205 (, ilhert Scon A 84 114 125. 257 ,ile I ugenia setle 20S Giles, lenniler leigh 205 (.iles. Shirley Ann 236 Gilgnst Todd Alien 1 ' 9 221 (.ilheait lames ( 142. 236 dilles Marts lee . ' 48 (..lies Phillip ( ampbell 84 »fc 112.211 (,ille . Susan Renee 216 Gilley. Timoths lames ISO. 205 (iilliam Deborah 221 (.illiam Rebel la I nn . ' OS 29 " (.illian Brenda 236 -.ll.i ( harles Harold 236 (,.II.S. M » ' SO Gillis ■ • ' 244 ■ 20S ■ art I hi 2)6 GtMM a| 1S0 205 lamar 2)4 2)4 ISO 205 I nt jii . • ■ 2)4 tad ' .nihu P 244 Good ' a 184. 244 Goodton , |er f y I e. o d 244 Goodwin. April Mxhelle 1S4, 205 Goodwin, Charles Lee 205 Goodwin. Ilirabeth Dianne 205 Goodwin, (.ma 2)6 Goodwin. Krista lynn 204 Gopaldas. Mamsh H 205. 279 Gordon. Allen Travis 150 Gordon. Dawn lane 92 244 Gordon, lames Steven 234 Gore, Kimberly Lane 76. 102. 1)3. 204. 246 Gorey, Michelle E 205 Corey. Stephen loseph |r 112. 136. 206 (,olls hall 1 ,l»ard 179. 206 Gourdine. Angela 236 (.raber John A 236 Craoa. William lason 206. 292. 294. 318 Gradu |.-rr, l)e»a,ne 136. 139. 244 Grady, lerry 223 (, ratals Anthony fti,w 223 Graham. Amy Ilirabeth 206 Graham Mark lark von 223 Graham. Teresa Diana 206 Grant. Anita Spear 257 Grant. Bernard M 133, 234. 265 Grant. Deborah A 244 Grant. Marlon 206 Grant, Mary Carole 206 Grant Mar leigh 102, 133 Grant. Yolanda Shenette 206 (.rasso. Dano 188. 2)6 (,ra»lm Edward f 248 (,ra»lm V,(ki lynn 244 Gray lames T 244 (.ray Philip Douglj (.ray Rarhel 234 Anthony fiirgerald 244 Greathouse. Timothy 206 Green. Em. . 100 Green. Ins D 190. 244 Green letters lamar 223 Green, lohn Mark 206 (,rpen !u 1 Pe.ri r 257 (.reen |une llirabelh :: 1 Green lynn Watson 244. 306 Green. Riley P 88 US (.reen Robsn Renee 223 304 Sharon . " 1 helia R 248 Green. Willia ■ • l.reene Mar rone f 10 (.reening lindy lee . ' 48 l.reensoan )( 242 . Andrew loring It] 1)4. 204 . lama Karen 206 ■ Mark Brian ;; 1 IS Robeft E K 244 2 9 111 ■ Karen leigh 111 244 • • n ( harmenr Dionne 94 244 . Kl 204 Martha M 2S7 Barbara lar ■, " Snnw lee (,r,m« Dav.d W ' neth Rhea |r 204 Indox 403 T -Roy and Trojan Hostesses cheer on the Trojans at a football game. Crimes, Michelle Lynn 223 Criswold, Ashley Lane 102, 112, 133, 223 Grout, Sherry 277 Crover, Tammy Renae 90, 91, 131, 223, 304 Guilford, Timothy Foy 223 Guilliams, Michele Darlene 223, 279 Guillots, Sue 223 Gulley, Melissa K. 248 Gulley, Regina Louise 98, 99, 132, 236 Gunn, lames Niles 248 Gunn, Mary Elizabeth 223, 319, 320, 324 Gunter, Donna Renee 223 Gunter, Leslie 104, 105 Gunter, Rhonda Michelle 54, 59, 106, 107, 270, 324 Guy, Michele Lyn 206 Guyton, Robert E. 88 Hacker, Camilla 206 Haddock, Porter 236 Haddock, Sharon Louise 236 Hagadorn, Tammy 107, 223, 262 Hagler, Angela Dawn 206 Hajek, Gregory Scott 206 Hale, Jeffery Allen 248 Hale, Trina )eter 223 Haley, Matthew D. 236 Hall, Brian 223 Hall, Byron Russell 248, 292, 298 Hall, Carol Lynn 223 Hall, Darryl T. 98, 99, 223 Hall, David Michael 206 Hall, Denise Yvonne 248, 311 Hall, Gregory Carson 236, 264 Hall, Lisa Lynn 236 Hall, Mark Beatty 137, 236 Hall, Mary Diane 248, 315 Hall, Patrick Lee 236, 277, 295, 298, 334, 336, 344, 347 Hall, Paul Alexander 206, 261, 295, 336, 347 Hall, Peggy S. 248, 257 Hall, Richie Leon 163, 223 Hall, Tammy R. 223, 312 Hall, Trina 223 Hall, Veronica Marie 206 Halley, Susan 308 Ham, Matthew Wayne 248, 298 Hamilton, Elizabeth Jane 130, 236 Hamilton, Kenneth Charles 136, 139, 248 Hamilton, Margaret L. 248, 300 Hamm, Gerald Markel 236 Hamm, Melissa Kaye 248 Hamm, Traci Michelle 309 Hammack, Amy Elizabeth 223 Hammack, (ill Christine 206 Hammett, Debra Sue 223, 269 Hammond, Elizabeth Rachel 236 Hammonds, Debra 305 Hammonds, Lonzya Lamar 248, 305, 316 Hammons, Angela Rene 206 Hancock, Larry Todd 112, 136, 223 Hand, Deborah A. 223, 277 Haney, Tommie Lynn 236 Hanson, Anthony Derwin 248 Hanson, Kathryn Victoria 206 Hanson, Scott Landon 206 Harbin, Lee Ann 206, 321, 325 Harden, Dale Alfred 206 Hardin, Pamela Susan 248 Hardin, Tresa Carol 53, 112, 131, 248, 286, 295, 334, 344, 347 Hardrick, Amy Le-Shaun 206 Harkins, Kathleen Gay 206 Harp, Sam R. 136, 248 Harper, Brian Douglas 136, 206 Harrell, Andy Lee 236 Harrell, Curtis L. 236 Harrell, Sonya Javelle 130, 223 Harrell, Tracy Kaylon 206, 325 Harrington, Dwayne Joseph 90, 104, 206, 261 Harrington, Joseph Bryant 118, 137, 236 Harrington, Reese Dale 248, 269, 271, 316 Harris, Al Martino 131, 150, 206 Harris, Celeste A. 206 Harris, Crawford E. 319, 320, 325 Harris, Daniel Lee 206, 271 Harris, Eddie Charles 206 Harris, Kevin Orlando 223 Harris, Laurise Ann 236 Harris, Leroy 223 Harris, Melissa Kay 206 Harris, Shannon Michelle 206 Harris, Sherry Leigh 223 Harrison, David Scott 223 Harrison, Jan Schmitt 236 Harrison, Jeffrey Allison 223 Harrison, Julie Jeffcoat 206 Harrison, Lisa Jeanette 206 Harrison, Mari J. 106, 248 Harrison, Milton A. 248 Harrison, Richard Q. 206 Harrison, Roland Eugene 223 Harrison, Tina Lynn 206 Harrison, William Keyes 112, 236, 314 Harrod, Donald Steven 257 Harry, Jeffrey Scott 248 Hart, Eugene Duiel 206 Hart, Ondrea A. 193, 206 Hartley, Jeffery Todd 206, 298 Hartman, Laura Susan 206 Hartzog, Christopher Pat 248 Harvell, J. Johnson 206 Harvey, James M. Jr. 304 Harvey, Kimberly Renee 236 Harvison, Lori Lea 236 Harwell, Hal Ives 136, 139, 236 Harwell, Jeffrey Lee 193, 194, 223 Hassett, Linda Susan 249, 269, 271 Hassey, Sherry Lynn 206 Hatcher, Karen L. 131, 236 Hatchett, Tamera R. 249 Hauck, Kimberly Renee 249 ' Haupt, Derek Clark 112, 136, 206 Havard, Scherie Lee 206 Hawk, Robert E. 249 Hawkins, Brenda Lee 130, 206 Hawkins, Kathy 90, 131 Hawkins, Marjorie Jean 249 Hawthorne, David Allen 114, 206 Hayes, Barbra Lynne 96, 131, 223 Hayes, Linda Starling 236 Hayes, Malisa Sherma 206, 248 Hayes, Rhonda Turner 223 Hayner, Alisa Ann 130, 268 Haynes, Arelious Junior 150, 223 Haywood, Jimmie L. 249 Head, lames Hilbert 223 Heard, Jeffrey Kevin 206 Heath, Kenneth Dale 223 Heaton, Herman Manuel 249 Heaton, Lisa Michelle 236 Hegler, John Keith 206 Heisler, Scott Jeffrey 236, 298 Helms, Alan Mark 206 Helms, Deborah Ann 249 Helms, Gretchen Ray 223 Helms, James Harold 206 Helms, Jenelle 102, 236 Helms, Judy C. 106, 249, 317 Helms, Mona Jenine 223, 292 Helms, Sandra 236, 317 Helton, Winfred 29, 249 Henagan, Dewey Lyn 257 Henby, Donald Charles Jr. 223 Henderson, Christine 236 Henderson, Felecia M. 249 Henderson, Gary Dewayne 193, 236 Henderson, James Andrew 106, 123, 135, 236, 260, 261, 286 Henderson, Martha 249 Hendricks, Bart Fletcher 223, 270 Hendricks, James E. 236 Hendrix, George E. Ill 249 Henken, Vera Ellen 186, 236, 315 Henley, Keith A. 249 Henley, Melissa Dawn 249 Hennigan, Mark Alan 136, 236 Henry, Brian Keith 236, 325 Henry, Juan Sa Hara T. 236 Henry, Louis Eric 174, 223 Hepler, Stephannie Lynn 206 Herrboldt, Katrine Mercey 206 Herring, James Anthony 206 Hester, Sid Gregory 236 Hetzel, Bernadette Mary 236 Hewett, Cynthia Dianne 249, 308 Hewett, Howell Brett 150, 206 Hibbard, William K. 193, 194, 223 Hice, Richard Allen 206 Hickman, A. Dee 206 Hicks, Angela 236 Hicks, Rosa Mildred 249 Hicks, Suzanne M. 223 Hicks, Tina Marie 223, 321, 325 Higdon, Karen A. 130, 236 Higdon, Roslyn Heather 131, 206 Hill, Ashley Georgette 131, 223, 263 Hill, Denise Ann 236, 267, 276 Hill, Jennifer Dawn 223 Hill, Lisa Suzanne 269 Hill, Lori Ann 206, 269 Hill, Michael Eddie 206 Hill, Sonji Shalzale 236 Hill, Suzy 223 Hill, Tana Denise 127, 249 Hines, Deborah Kaye 223 Hinson, James Michael 236 Hinson, Woodrow Jr. 193, 236 Hinton, Johnna 236 Hinton, Wanda R. 249 Hives, Rehobeth Sandy 206 Hobbs, Lisa Anne 236 Hobby, Tina Carol 236, 299, 325 Hobdy, Lafaye 249 Hobson, Tate Mason 249 Hodge, Robert Kent 236 Hodges, Kimberly Ann 106, 236 Hodges, Paul Alan 223 Hodgkins, Catherine Lee 131, 263 Hoffman, Kenneth Louis 114, 115, 136, 206 Hoffmann, Rebecca A. 249, 313 Hogan, Cherie Lea 109, 237, 315 Holland, Barbara 223 Holland, Richard 223 Holland, Steve Morgan 249 Holler, Jeanette Marie 207 Holley, Randall Keith 207 Holley, William Travis 237 Hollingsworth, Daron R. 237 Hollingsworth Jr., Sam B. 249 Hollingsworth, Thomas L. 249 Hollins, Karen Michelle 207 Hollis, Robin 306 Hollon, Kimberly Denis 223 Holly, Lisa Ellen 237, 317 Holman, Rhonda Sujette 130, 207 Holman, Vonda Mitchelle 223 Holmes, Artemas Lawrence 207 Holmes, Jeffery M. 223 Holmes, Sondra Roy 207, 324 Holtkamp, John J. 193, 194, 207 Holston, Pearline 257 Honeycutt, Martina D. 222 Honeycutt, Priscilla Ann 207 Hood, Tammy 237 Hooks, Holly Lynn 237 Hooks, Maria 222 Hool, Alexandra E. 207 Hoomes, Marvin Thomas 131, 207 Horen, Sarah Luree 249 Home, Regina Lynn 207, 268, 269 Hornsby, Janice M. 237 Horsley, Jerwanda Lavette 207 Horstead, Ted 150, 249 Horton, John Eric 222, 292, 299, 324, 347 Horton, Robert Merwin 249 Hoskins, Evelyn Amanda 222 Hough, Scott B. 222 Houston, Stanley C. Jr. 207 Hovey, Dina Kay 249 Hovey, Wilmer Paul 222 Howard, Brett H. 222 Howard, David Richmond 207 Howard, Felecia Yvonne 222 Howard, Peggy L. 249 Howard, Terri L. 249 Howard, Todd Fitzgerald 207 Howell, Dawna Jean 222 Howell, Jayna Elizabeth 131, 207 404 Index Howell, Kimberly 1J1, 207, 268, 269 Howell, Marcus Paul 249, 271 Howell, Paul Eugene 282 Howes, Eric Scon 207, 276 Huang, Michael Scoll 207, 269 Hubbard, Bryan Daniel 106. 1S0, 237 Hubbard, Holley Rene 207 Hubbard, Kimberly Renee 207 Hudley, Daniel Robert 222 Hudon-Senecal, ludilh Anne 59, 249 Hudson, Ann Terete 207 Hudson Anna M. 249 Hudson, David Alexander 136. 207 Hudson, Gerald lee 136, 237 Hudson, (ennifer Renea 207 Hudson, Lisa Marie 207 Hudson, Regina Rose 222 Hudson, Roberl Lynn 237 Hudson, Starla Fay 207, 268 Hudson, Theodore S. 237 Hudspeth, Laurie E 237 Huff, Slephanie Lynn 102, 207 Hughes, Deanna Leigh 87. 207, 299, 324 Hughes, Frances Flame 237 Hughes, Jeffrey 237 Hughes. Kenneth Max 90, 135. 237 Hughes, Lynda Clare 182, 222. 279, 309 Hughes, Mary Rebecca 267, 292, 299, 325 Hughes, Pamela 282 Hughes, Roy Lee, |r 207 Hughes, Stephanie Michelle 207 Hughes, Trina Ann 237 Hughes, Vicky Michele 207, 324 Hughes. William ]. 207 Hughey, Angela Cwyn 207, 311, 324 Hughey, Edward Carol 150, 222 Hulsey, Phyllis Jane 257 Huner, Jeffrey Thomas 207, 268 Hunt, Barrv Paul 237 Hunt, Ian Michael 139 Hunt, Jason Mark 136, 207 Hunt, (udson Keith 136. 207 Hunt, Mary Coleman 237 Hurst, Celia Ann 249 Hurst, Kevin Edward 249 Hurst, Michael Scott 135, 237 Hurst, Tracie Lynn 222 Hurst, William John 316, 336. 344 Hussey, Lori Denise 106, 112, 249 Hutchins, Reginald 150. 207 Hutchinson, Darlene L. 94, 222 Hutsko, Todd M. 90, 150. 249 Hutson, Kecia Marie 130, 222 Hutson, Virginia Hall 130, 207 Hybl, Kimberly Ann 87, 105, 207, 300 Hyde, Christina Marie 237 Hyde, Stephania 207, 268 I Ikner. Bruce Alan 142, 237 Ikner, Christopher D 249 Ingram, Carolyn lateasie 237 Ingram, Chuck 207 Ingram, Kent I 249 Ingram, Ladonna 237 Ingram, Sherri Lynn 222 Inman, Krista Dawn 60, 90, 131. 190, 237, 270, 276 Inman, Laura Anne 57, 131, 222, 276 Irby. Karla Salandra 237 Irvin, David Leroy 207 Irvin, Kimberly Kaye 207 Irwin. Michael Steven 249 Isaac, Lyndon Charles 249, 320, 325 Isom, Carolyn Denese 207 Iverson, Doris 222 Ivey, Barry Alan 222 Ivey, Mary Anne 90, 112, 131, 222 Ivey, Rebecca Hamrick 249 Ivey, Robert Ellis 222, 292, 299, 324, 347 Ivey, Timmy Walter 257, 318, 325 Ivy, Donna Jean 104, 222 |a. kson, Hlriulj S .•■ I ( KjiIii- James 276 latkson. Drbra Sue 237 laikson, Kenneth lawi«-m - 11. ' 118, 116 |j. kson, Kim 222 |j kson Maltha Ai " laikson. Marvin Neal II 207 laikson Man had Rani 07 |j kson. Peggy Ann 207 |ji kson Shi-il a lonaine 207 laikson. I ma Mane 96, 237 Jackson. Tony 150. 207 Jacobs, Mickey Robert . ' . ' . ' Jacobs, Timothy lee 136. 139, 222 Jahannema. Hamid R 249. 279 James, Charlene Denise 222 James, Jennifer Leigh 102, 112, 154, 222 James, Junior 193 James, Michael Angelo 60, 98, 99, 237, 260, 265, 270, 273, 290 lames, Valerie Victoria 207 Janyateptavon, Vanida 222, 249 Jarmon, Elisa Anne 98, 99, 132, 237 Jarmon, Monica Yvelte 222 larvis, Eardlev t 193, 249 Johnson ( siithij hi |o».r lohnton Dariana Imal iff |o . I lolmsoii Dallrl.r Kali.. I . ' U ' lohmon i j. .t H : ' lohmon Garakflna Danha Ml lohmon Cnaj ■ lohnsoi 139 ■ lohnson )ri I , lh..mjs 207 ' lohmon lohnnjj Tyn . " » )1« lohmon lonatht r 208 lohmon Katrini ma • Johnson. Kim Demsc 207, 290 • 1 4sl.jy.ii M..- lo... -- fco in ;so lohnwm UndaLoutaa ■ ' - ' - ' . 302 in lav 250 we Mn haal Dai )of »- i 20a lohmon t Ka, (ones . • ■ 208 Johnson, Paul », 237 tor. ' Johnson, Rj.htl l.l.-.n tiM MS ::i. 307 kxdan, Arthur Lot lohnson Ku hard 1) 237 (Ofiij lohnson Rn ks Mbfl . M Jordan. Mart ll. atx-th 102. 208 Johnson. Robin 1) 237 lordai Johnson. Ronnie Lariat 207 Judih. An . lohnson, Sandra lee 249 |ud. Johnson. Sherlvn lavonda 207 luhoU. Leslie Ra helle 208 Johnson, Shi-rr Dan Junius. Casaundij M embers and guests of the Delta Chi fraternit) prepare tor an evening : of tun. Jefcoal, William Chadwick 207 Jeffcoat, Richard Anthony 249 Jeffrey, James Henry 207 lehs, |im S 249 lemison, Annie 222 Jenkins, Elizabeth Elaine 237, 298 lensen, Karen 222, 311 Jesse, Vicky I. 317 Jeter. Michael Andre 207 linright, Carrie Viola 222 Imnght. Natalie K. 249 linnghl, William Ross 174. 207 Jinnghl, Vvetle Lasonnc 207, 268 linright, Uonnr lisrlte 222 lochen, lere E 249 lohns, Sandra 237 lohnson, Alex 237. 270. 295. 334 lohnson, Alice lean 186. 207 Johnson, Angela T 207 lohnson, Annette 237 lohnson, Stephanie 208 lohnson. Todd lewis 237 Johnson. Vonda Gail 237. 298 Johnston. Christine A 249 Johnston lellrrs Dawayna lohnsion Lyn 2 1, 307 lohnston. Paul Andrew 137 . ' . ' . ' 1241 Johnston. Paula 222 Johnstone, Pam nn 111 194 loiis Marion Michala 208 lones Adine 208 Jones, Annette 249 lon.-s David R 237 tonm Mm Sal 249 lones (»jil 257 lonrs Upward Brett 208 Jones lason I ■ lones lellrrs Mlrn Jones, leromr N lones Fohn Paul 208 2 » 118 US K Kanlor (.rela Iran 100 208 I .son 88 1h Keese Wh.tnes la-. Brenda los.r bO . 1 .nda lean 2S0 Kennrlh B . ' SO Kelles Sn,.r R . ' SO Kelles Inn lli.-jrv ' I 208 . ■. i acllon % 1 . lames stjthr» 208. 2 8 Kelles k e. kr. n 208 ... Index 405 Kclley. Miry Loyce 237 Kelley Michael Ijrl 150, 222 Michael Sco tl 250 Kelley, Sherry Lynne 208 Kelley. Sherry Parker 222 Kelley. Stephen Nelson 142, 250. 297 Kelley. Yolanda Diana 208 Kelly. Barbara M 208 Kelly. Bertram Francis 60. 132. 250. 285. 289, 324 Kelly, lolfrey Lee 250 Kelly. Kimberly Ann 88. 130, 237 Kelly, Lisa Kay 102, 222 Kelly, Russell P 208 Kennedy. Barbara Elizabeth 222 Kennedy. Kevin I 250 Kennedy, Murdock McCorvey 250 Kennett, Melissa Sharon 90, 131, 250 Kenney, Patricia lean 208, 222 Kenny, Colleen Louise 250 Kenyon, Lisa Marie 208 Ketcham, Sonya Lee 250, 324 Key, Kelli 324 Kilgore, Kirk lason 222, 320, 325, 347 Killebrew, Jane Alison 102, 237 Killian, Suzanne Marie 186, 257 Kilpatrick, Byron Scott 222 Kilpatrick, David Lamar 208 Kimble, Selma Lee 306 Kimbro, |oe leffrey 250 Kincey, Vanessa 250 King, Arthur Clyde, |r. 250 King, Donald Ray 250 King, Gwendolyn Riley 237 King, lennifer Lee 88, 130, 208 King, Michael Anthony 174 King, Sharon 222 King, Sherri Maria 131, 222, 317 King, Sherwanna Denise 208 King, Sonya Leigh 68, 250, 266 King, Stephaine 222 King, Troy 208, 268, 269 Kinser, April Q. 250 Kirby, Dennis 320, 325 Kirkland, Brett Ashley 222 Kirkland, Hosea Lee 250 Kirkland, lames 304 Kirkland, Kimberly Vaughn 237 Kirkpatrick, Jill Adrienne 319 Kjeldahl, Craig Allen 250 Klang, James Ewald 222 Klava, Glenn Thomas 150, 237 Kleinschmidt, Norman E. 257 Kline, Karen Jean 68, 250, 308 Kline, Laurie A. 250, 285, 314 Knight, Carl 237 Knight, Carolyn 208 Knight, Joseph Lee 132, 208 Knight, Joseph Scott 268, 269, 285 Knight, Kenneth 237, 305 Knight, Roderick Leon 163, 237 Knight, Stephanie Ann 208 Knowles, Bart Carey 208 Kobet, Cynthia Diane 208, 268, 269, 321, 324 Koch, Jeffrey A. 237 Kontos, Anthony 288, 208 Kontos, Nick C. 188, 208 Koon, David Lee 194 Koon, James Donald 208 Kopf, Suzanne Irene 90, 222 Koziol, Jay 106, 140, 237 Kranz, Sharon Diane 222 Kroll, Randall Stewart 104, 118, 208 Kuhnly, Gary Lee 250 Kummel, Anthony 208 Kuntz, Jan Marie 94, 112, 131, 222 Kurtz, Gwendolyn Anne 250, 298 Kyser, Joey Todd 150, 208 Laas, Beverly 237 Laguardia, David W 208 Laguardia, Mark Alan 208 Lamb, Tracey Meshelle 88, 130, 208 Lambert, Charles Richard 208 Lambert, Kenneth Michael 136, 208. 250 Lambert. Robert Paul 194, 208 Lambert, Wendy Ruth 237 Lamkin, Donna Maire 237 Lampley, Clarissa 208 Lampley, Sabrina Marie 224 Lane, Steven Matthew 224 Langford, Robert Melvin 150, 224 Langford, Thomas Matthew 237 Langford, Tracy Ann 208 Langley, Christina L. 271, 274, 282 Lanham, Wendy Rene 90, 119, 131, 237 Lanier, Thelesa M. 250, 284 Larimer, Amy Beth 208, 268, 269, 313 Laroche, Kelly Lisa 224, 321, 325 Larnmore, David Bruce 208, 298 Larry, Rhonda Renee 224 Larson, James Preston 237 Lasalla, David Andrew 224 Lashley, Sheila 69, 250, 271, 274, 316 Lassiter, James Laurence 250 Lavender, James Franklin 224, 261 Law, Fred Anthony 135 Law, Jan 224 Law, Judy Lynn 208 Lawhorn, Glenda B. 269, 276, 316 Lawrence, James Mathew 208 Lawrence, Kelly Ann 308 Lawrence, Kristina Leigh 224 Lawson, Jeffrey Jay 208 Lawson, Jimma Jo 50, 51, 95, 96, 250 Laxson, Frank Jordan 104, 261 Layfield, Darrell Vern 250 Lazenby, Ramona 257 Lazzari, Patricia Angela 237 Leaks, Alvin Sabain 92, 208 Leavitt, Jewel 269 Ledbetter, Michael H. 194, 237 Ledbetter, Phyllis Riley 60, 314 Ledbetter, Tony Michael 88, 224 Lee, Carole Lynette 224, 319, 324 Lee, Daniel Christopher 135, 209 Lee, Forrest 139 Lee, Jack Daniel 209 Lee, Joyce Ann 238 Lee, Linda Kay 90, 131, 238, 270 Lee, Michael Thompson 238 Lee, Richard Quinn 257 Lee, Sharon R. 250 Lee, Tangela L. 250 Lee, Teresa Margaret 250 Leffew, Richard Bevtteell 136, 139, 238 Leichner, Edward Conrad, Jr. 250, 265 Lemker, Michelle Renee 88, 130, 209, 269 Lenyo, Marianne 209 Leonard, Sharmin Vickers 209 Lett, Debra Floyd 250 Levens, Kevin Cassidy 209 Leverette, Laura Virginia 131, 224, 292 Leverette, William I. 250 Lewis, Anthony James 209 lewis, Keith Coleman 250, 271 Lewis, Kelli Joneen 250, 307 Lewis, Lisa Ann 102, 209, 292 Lewis, Mary Elizabeth 102, 209, 269 Lewis, Mitchell Lance 150, 238 Lewis, Murray 224 Lewis, Robert W 209 Lewis, Rodney I 224 Lewis, Shane David 209 Lewis, Shivaun 224 Lewis, Stephen Patrick 209 Lewis, Vonda 250 Lewis, Wade Levon 224 Lewis, Walter Lee 238 Lidh, Todd Martin 209, 279 Liles, Charles W. Jr. 224 Lind, Kat herine Victoria 238, 267, 292 Lindsey, Kathleen Carter 306 Lindsey, Tammi Sue 131, 224, 324 Lineberger, Travis Lemott 150, 224 Ling, Nyuk King 250 Linton, Mary Ann 250 Liptrot, Barbara Jean 224 Lisseveld, William David 224 Little, Cynthia Lynn 250 Little, Darci Blake 131, 238 Little, Luther Carl 209 Lockett, Tina Lynn 94, 131, 238, 271 Loflin, Rachael 238 Loflin, Rebecca Anne 250 Loftin, Lisha Renee 209 Long, Brenda Lee 238 Long, Daun L. 73, 250, 292, 324 Long, Jeffrey Michael 224 Look, Michael )ohn 238 Look, Peter John 257 Look, Wendy Ellen 104, 105, 209, 300 Lord, Ellen Christine 209 Lott, Allyson Paige 90, 104, 105, 128, 131, 209 Lott, Carolyn Raye 250, 324 Lott, Janet Lynn 224 Lott, John Wiley 60, 238, 270, 271 Lott, Tammy Frances 102, 209 Louis, Paul 209, 268, 269, 279 Louis, Peter 224, 279 Lovett, John Roger 96, 311, 312 Lovfald, Kari Britt 106, 209 Lowe, Angela Colisa 167, 209 Lowe, Ronald Lee Jr. 209, 268 Lowery, Carmi Gerald 90, 135, 238 Lowery, David L. 250 Lowery, Lauri Carol 90, 224 lowery, Nancy lorene 209 Lozzi, lennifer Janet 224 Lucas, Cynthia Marie 250 Lucas, Sheila Kaye 209 Ludwig, Wayne Eugene 137, 238 Luhmann, Gayle Dawn 88, 130, 270, 286 Lumley, Barney Lee 147, 250, 282, 292, 299, 318 Lumpkin, Susan Rebecca 238, 269 Luna, Patricia Ann 107, 250 Lundberg, Carl Robert 209 Lundy, Charles C. 250 Lunn, Dale Richard 96, 97, 132, 224, 262 Lunsford, Charles Gregory 112, 136, 250 Lyerly, William Wear 224 Lynch, Michael Jameson 209 Lyon, Laura 224 Lyons, Karen Sue 270 Lysek, Frank 210 M Mabray, Michael Patrick 238 Machen, Amy Lee 106, 107, 210 Machen, Tina Dianne 250 Mack, Darnisha Rhodette 224, 238 Mack, Deborah Renee 132 Mack, Jacquelyn Ann 250, 308 Macon, Ladonna 210 Macon, Sheila Rene 238, 302 Macris, Elias I. 250 Madden, Karmen Dione 132, 210 Maddox, David Wesley 238 Maddox, James Michael 132, 224 Maddox, Kelvin Ray 88, 224, 262, 263 Maddox, Shiela 102, 224 Maddox, William Anthony 137, 261 Maddox, William Keith 261 Madison, Sandra M. 167, 210 Madison, Sonja La-Shay 238 Maestri, Sharon Rogers 250 Magee, Barbara T. 276 Magee, Timothy 224 Maglione, Rick Jeffrey 112, 136, 210 Mahone, Dwayne Deon 150, 250 Malisham, Patricia 224 Major, Marshall D. 193, 210 Major, Patrick Keith 210 Majors, Keith 193 Mallory, Andrea Tylene 210 M embers of Zeta Phi Beta show their best moves at a stepping contest. 406 Index Mdllory, Benjamin Wade 238, 320. J25 Malone, hndj C hnstel 2J8 Mam hai , Joetta R 224 Manly, Teranie Barter 98, 99, 224, 320, 32S Manning, Alice Loretla 210 Manning, Hugh Kit haul 2S0 Manning, Mattir 210 Manning, Robert Huks 250 Manuel, Charlie 224 Marable, Bridget 250 Macaman, Herbert Randall 224, 298 Maraman, Hubert Kendall 112, 136, 224, 292, 298 Manhman, Kimberly lane 250, 262, 298 Marker!. Amy |oy 109, 130, 224. 267, 325 Marram, Chanlelle F 210,268 Marriott. Anne Mam- 106, 210 Marshall, (.fegors Dtjn 224 Marshall, lames Michael II 210 Marshall, Willie Eugene 238 Manellard. Jerry 224 Martin, Brian Henry 224, 297 Martin, Horaie Wayne 88, 96, 118, 131, 238 Martin, Jennifer Joy e 210 Martin. Jeff 188 Martin, Laura H. 238 Martin, Michael Wayne 210. 262. 324 Martin, Nathaniel Waller 224 Martin, Richard Vann 114, 210 Martin, shelu Donella 224 Martin, Vincent Andrew 210 Marty, Angela Louise 210, 324 Mason, Leeanne 132, 238 Massey, Sandra 224 Matchett, Chuck foster 142, 250 Males Matthew Byron 238 Matheny, Martha Kaye 130, 224 Mathis, lames Edward 210 Mathis, loel Depng 210 Mathis, Laura Shannon 250, 308 Matthews, Aruna Geroskia 98, 99 Matthews, Holly Ann 210, 319, 325 Matthews, Paul C 250 264, 274 Maxwell, lohn Michael 174, 210 May, leffrey O 238, 274 May, Kenneth Lamar 210 May, Michael L 101 Mayer, leffrey 224 Mayfield. CeraldL. 250, 302 Mayfield, Vincent Wesley 238, 282 Maynard, Frederick Grant 251 Maynard, Robert Lawson 251, 318, 324 Mays, Richard A. 251 McAdams, Louis Tillman 251 McAlister, Carla Denise 210, 324 McBryde, Frederick V 224 McCafferty. Susan Lynn 224 McCall, Beverly 238 McCall, lohn M 210, 320, 324 McCall. Kimberly Ann 238, 324 McCall. Kyna Renee 98, 99, 132, 224 McCall, Tammy Anne 257 McCarthy, Elizabeth Carrie 210 McCarthy, Vicki Gayle 210 McCathern, Arvin W 112, 139, 251 McCathern, Audy Dale 139, 251 McClain. Kellie 224 McClain, Paralee 210 McClellan, leffrey L 251 McClellan. Linda 224 McClelland, lames B 251 McClung, lohn Lacester 210, 304 McCollough, Lavonda Lee 210, 268. 269. 292 McCollough, Michael ladon 132. 210 McCollough, Rhett Gordon 224 McCollough, Todd 251 McCombs. Curtis Ray 104, 210 McConico, Winifred Renella 210 McCool. Eric Andrew 224, 298 McCormick, Donna Sue 210, 292 McCracken, Christopher 135, 153 McCracken. Hugh David 210 McCracken, Kathryn Anne 238 McCrae, Adrienne Denise 210 McCrory, Jackie F 224 McCrory, Kimberly lane 238 McCrory, Michael Clinton 251 McCullough, Sandi Kay 210, 283 McCurdy, Reese Lassiter 210 McCurley, Tammy Renee 210 McDade, Michelle 224 M Daniels Karen Michelle 102. 224 McDonald. Mary Angela 238. 324 McDonald, Brad 210 McDonald, Richard Dion 210 McDonald, Tiffany Elise 224, 299 m, DonneD. luiinh . ' in Mi DoweD lamia H 257 MiDuwell Mi I,. II. I i. I 111 . " ,1 M I wan Puneb An " 84 1 1. . ' io McFaddert Loyce loenfi 210 McFWen, talrida Ann 88 108 no, 210 McCee tagt . ' . ' 4 M.I. I.e.- Ava 238 McChea Wend) K 210 124 McCIII Deborah lean 112. 210. 261 Mi i. .nis Leslie K ie . ' in 124 Mi Govern, lohn 270 M. (, ( lurles li.iull McGowan Marl 1 16. 251 m. i. nil Donald Murray, 238 M. IntOth, |,ihn 238 m, Intyre (.■■..ri;r w in 210 m. Kec Kevui Si on 1 »• . ' io. 324 McKee M.. heal 2 18. 289 McKeown. William Andrew 210 M. Kmley. Kenneth Robert 210 124 McKinley, Mu hael I) . " .1 124 McKinniv Pamela l.ayle 2)8. 251. 290 M. Knight, Anita |i»ie 224, 298 Mi Knlghi Karan 251 Mi Knlghi Sheryl Anne 238 Mclean James H 224 McLellaml Kathleen Hyles 224 Mi i emore, Susie 224 Milendon, Sandra Drinkard 238 Mclendon, Sheri Denise 210 McLendon, Shirley Ann 238 Mcleod, Donald Ray 224 Mi I eod, Kenneth Parker 210 Mcleod, Robert Earl 210 MiMaster, Maria Eleanor 130, 224, 321, 325 Mi Millun laikie Faye 238 McMullen, Scott David 174, 238 McMurtrey, Laura 210 McNelley, Chan Meacham 251 McPhee, Eric 224 Ml Pherson, Mitchell Tracy 251 MiPherson, Theresa Lynn 115 MrQuagge, Emily Jean 210 McRae, Lisa G 251 McRae, Marty Louis 238 McSwain, Sharon Denise 210 McVay, Kimberly A. 87. 90, 112, 131, 138, 251 McWhorler, Anja Gay 238 McWhorter, Susan Rebecca 86. 90. 131. 210 Meacham, Amy Michelle 69, 225, 271 Meadows, Gayle 225 Meadows, Julie Lynn 132, 210 Means, Tammy F 117, 238 Medley, Jonathon C 238 Medley, Stelanie Ann 109 Meece, Jill Alaine 90, 238 Meeks. Wendy 225 Melton. Cynthia Ann 238 Melton. Lisette P 308 Meredith, Joseph Robert 210 Meredith, Timothv Ira 238 Merkerson, Sharon Annetra 238 Merrill, Audrey D. 210 Merrill, Kimberly A 251, 308 Merrill, Myra Lynn 251 Merritt. Angle Stinson 251 Merrill, Lisa 225 Merritt, lames T. 325 M.-sMik lor. Wallace 225 Middlebrooks. Julia I) 238 Middlebrooks. Tammy Kay 238 Middleton, Debbie Ann 251 Middleton. Murr„s lee 150, 210 Mihovilnh. Richard A 132,251.282 Miles Eslella 238 Miles Angela Denise 251 Miller Alue Fase 210 Miller, lacquelme 251 Miller Karla Renee 225. 292. 298 Miller Kimberly Dawn 225 Miller. Margie lee 210 Miller. Mark Alan 238 Miller Mil hael Glen 106 112 116. 210 Miller Paulelte 225 Miller Patnik lerome 210 Miller Sean Trais 150. 210 Miller, Susan Danne 90. 131. 210 Miller Thomas Willi) 150. 211 Mills. Gladys 225 Mims, Douglas lee 150. 211 Mims William Keith 218. 2 0 Mimes Melissa S 132. 251 Mincey. Menann Theresa 132. 225 Ming Daniel Ras 211 Mm hell. Brian Thomas 225 G ibson Vance cuts a piece of the Centennial sandwich donated .i local merchant. Mm hell, Carol Ann 102, 225 Mm hell Douglas Lee 251, 269, 292, 347 Mm hell Kendra lynn 211 Mitchell, Kineta 211, 290 Mm hell, Michael Brady 136, 225 Mill hell Sara 225 Mm hell Scotl Joseph 211 Mixon, James Edward 114. 118. 136. 225 Mnon, Shannon Michelle 238. 292 Mobbs. Pamela Ethel 251 306 Mobley. Angela Denise 211. 238 Mobley, Kathy Renee 211. 268, 269 Molelte. Robert C III 251 Moncrief. Mats Anne 132 .Ml 268 Money, Belh 238, 309 Money, Jacqueline 225 Monroe, Valerie Belinda 211 Montgomery. David Wayne 211. 251. 307 Montgomery. Doris 225 Montgomery, tnn Elizabeth 106 Montgomery. Linda 225 Moody. Krishna 251. 308 Moody Rothel tilward |r 211 Moones Charles R 115 238 Mooney. Nathan Co« ' Moore. Albert 238 Moorr ( tins Allen 211 325 Moore. Freda Momque lh " Moore, luanna I 225 251 Moore i • an 251 Moore. Lisa 225 Moore. Margaret Angela 112 141. 218 Moorr Ola M.. hele . ' . ' s Moore. Ronald Mu hael 2 18 las 1h " 211 Mi.ran I isa Ann 88. 130. 211 MOrenO Brserls M 251 Mo man ( hnslophrr I 228 2U. ' . ' Morgan .Elizabeth Mane 251 1CN Morgan Keith Alan 61. 2S1. 2C ' » Morgan Merednh Id, Ih 114 115 1 l; 141 Morgan. M,i hael Green 211 Morgan. Ronald M Jr 251 Morgan. Tina Floyd 211 Morris Melissa I inn 211. 298 Morrison. Scoll 141 Morrison, Darnel 106 Morrow. Dorsey W Jr 2. Morrow. Karen Marie 211. 269 Morrow. Nelson Kent 225 Morion. Michael Benjamin 178 Mosles Timothy lamar 238 Moss Ma-, i ansl 131 225 I lane! 211 Moles, lynn 251. 30 " Moullon Elizabeth Ann 2J8 Moultne. Sandra Elizabeth 1). • 251 Mount. Martha Pr Mount Susan Bradshea Mozo Rebec i a I mr 251 Mukarq Mfcfeea Muller lor. 238 Mullms Irsl.e A t, 1 2S1 Mullins S ls.a t 251 •en Tamm, lourv 211 • Mm. Ill loseoh Todd 211 . ■ M.. v 211 Incirx 407 N Nachman, Richard Waller 251, 261 Nahhas, Henrv B. 251, 276, 279 Nail. Stephen Jeffrey 251 Nash Neal Patrick 112, 136, 211 Neal, Todd Christian 239 Neely, Charles Arvel 136, 211, 324 Nelms, Danielle Efferson 239 Nelson, Audrey A. 137 Nelson, Laura V. 225 Nelson, Lisa 84, 119, 225 Nelson, Regina Annette 225, 299, 321, 324 Nesmith, David Cordon 239, 283 Nettles. Alan Finklea 251, 325 Newby, Charles W. 251 Newman, Robert Cecil Jr. 211 Newman, Tracy Lynn 86, 211 Newsome, Burton Wheeler 239, 269, 271 Newton, Kimberly A. 94, 251 Ngah, Gideon Ndi 251 Nichols, Carole ). 251 Nichols, Lois Carol 211 Nicholson, Dwayne 211, 268, 298 Nicolucci, Debbie A. 251, 285 Niklasson, Hans Ingvar 188, 211, 279 Nishina, Yasuhiko 211 Nix, Daniel Lee 136, 225, 239, 298 Norris, Anthony Vandyke 211 Norris, Charles Weaver Jr 88, 109, 127, 239 Norris, Kathryn L 211, 239 Norris, Scott Lamar 211 Norris, Stacy Lynn 251 Norris, William O. 211 North, Craig Edward 104 Norton, James Patrick 225, 286 Norton, John Jackson 251 Norton, Lisa F. 225 Norton, Sonya Estelle 211 Norton, Virgil I 225 Nunez, Peter 239 Nunley, Tommie Kay 225 Nunnally, Scott Thomas 239 o Oates, Pamela Louise 251, 325 Oates, Sherrie Lynn 211 Obar, Pamela Lange 251, 271 Ober, Amanda Forbes 61, 66, 67, 73, 76, 90, 131, 239, 270, 304, 344 O ' Connor, James Donovan 112, 211 O ' Connor, Shannon Noelle 211, 298, 324 Odle, Floyd Dean 136, 211 Odom, Kim Michele 251, 309 Odom, Sherry Elise 211 O ' Donnell, Patrick J. 239 w hile sitting on the steps of McCall, a co- ed crams for a test. Oliver, Jessie P. 251 Oliver, Keith Lawrence 251 Olson, Joel Blake 225 Olson, Kent C. 135, 239 O ' Quinn 271 O ' Steen, Tracy lee 211 O ' Toole, Daniel Patrick 150, 251 O ' Toole, Michael Edward 251, 265 Outlaw, Bobby Harold 257 Outlaw, Rhett Lee 211 Overstreet, Angela A. 132, 276, 285 Owen, Philip D. 239 Owens, Caron Shan 239 Owens, Charles Rufus 239 Owens, Darren Keith 118, 142, 239 Owens, Gregory Todd 239 Owens, Harrison Earnest 251, 264 Nix, Edward Neal 257 Nobals, Judy 225 Nolen, Arthur Wayne 225 Nordmeyer, Fredrick Philip 225 Norman, Todd Eugene 225 Norris, Angelia Lynn 239, 325 Odums, Kenton F. 137, 239, 260, 276, 316 Ogden, Lesley Jill 211, 268 Ohman, Valerie Joy 225, 266, 325 Olds, John Markus 150, 239 Olive, Nancy Deanna 88, 136, 225 Olive, Patricia Lynn 211 Pacheco, Noel A. 211 Pacheco, Reuben A. 211 Padgett, John Ricky 225, 299 Padgett, Melinda Lynn 297 Padgett, Michael C. 239 Page, Jennifer Elois 252 Painter, William Donald 112, 136, 252 Palmer, Christian Allen 194, 239 Palmer, Rebecca Anne 252 Palmer, Sara Rebecca 211 Palmisano, Lisa Marie 119, 131, 142, 193, 194, 211 Panageas, Danielle Dina 239 Panton, Jennifer Lorraine 130 Paramore, Ben C. 252 Paramore, Bethany Alicia 225 Paramore, Bradley Keith 225 Paramore, Marcus Bradley 225 Paramore, Michael Brian 211 Parenti, David Rice 179, 252 Parham, Michael Walter 104, 225 Parish, Charlie Thomas Jr. 252 Parish, Joseph E. 239 Parker, Gretta Annitta 239 Parker, Judy B. 225 Parker, Kathryn Anne 225 Parker, Melissa Ann 225 Parker, Patricia Jane 102, 112, 225, 300 Parker, Tammy Marie 252 Parker, Thomas E. 239 Parks, Anthony Jerome 150, 252 Parnell, Thomas Mitchell 150, 239 Parris, Douglas Vandyke 150, 211 Parrish, Kevin Dewayne 112, 118, 136, 211 Parrish, Stevan Michael 225 Parrott, Janet 225 Parsons, Richard R. 252 Parsons, Robert Paul 252 Pasterczyk, Franklin A. 225 Pasternak, Maureen Barbara 211 Patterson, Dale Horace 211 Patterson, Daphne Gwen 239 Patterson, Patricia Lynn 225, 252 Pattie, David Wallace 239 Pattillo, Maria Michelle 211 Patton, Jennifer Lynn 211 Pawlik, Douglas John 239 Paxton, Dewayne 188 Paxton, Penni Patricia 132, 225, 324 Payne, Jimmy Wendell Jr. 140, 150, 252 Payne, Kevin Glenn 211, 325 Payne, Paul Lanier 140, 211 Peacock, Angela 211 Peacock, Angela Newman 225 Peacock, Charles David 211 Peak, Richard Michael 211 Pearson, Dee Angel 252, 266 Pecci, Stacy Lynn 211 Pecci, Tracy Lee 106, 212 Peck, Patricia Kendall 212 Pederson, Chris Owen 212 Peel, Cindy Tew 271 Peel, Mickeal Don 239 Peevy, Pamela Renee 225 Peevy, Susan Rebecca 90, 131, 239 Pelton, Derrick Duane 212 Penn, Patrick Bouvier 212 Penn, Paul S. Ill 212 Penn, Robert L. 225 Pennington, Alberta 252 Pennington, Kristine Diane 212 Pennington, Lisa Carroll 90, 131, 212 Pennington, Wayne Douglas 212 Pepe, Kimberly Ann 239, 325 Peppers, Ronald Lee 114, 115 Perkins, Susan F. 252 Perry, Evelyn 225 Perry, Hugh D. Ill 239 Perry, Jill S. 257 Perry, William Donald 212 Peterman, Robert Bruce 252 Peters, Nancy Susan 239, 298 Peters, Sean Neal 90, 112, 136, 139, 225 Peterson, Todd A. 239 Peltaway, Edna 225 Pettis, Kelly Susan 106, 107, 212 Phelps, Melissa Ann 102, 226 Phelps, Mike Wallace 225 Phillips, Dawn Marie 252 Phillips, Donald Lamar Jr. 212 Phillips, Ernestine Alison 239 Phillips, Kendra Leigh 106, 119, 226 Phillips, Lillie Mae 239, 309 Phillips, Robert H. Jr. 212 Phillips, Tammy Michelle 212, 268 Phillips, Teresa Gaye 131, 226 Philpot, Paul Whitley 94, 132, 253, 298 Phinney, Rebecca Lynn 141, 212 Piazza, Virginia Marie 106, 119, 226 Pichard, Errin Blissette 112, 136, 212 Pichard, Reid Alphonse 90, 112, 136, 226 Pierce, Felicia Jolene 87, 94, 96, 132, 212, 295, 300 Pierce, Hillary E. 212 Pierce, James Clay 239 Pierce, Lisa Renee 239 Pilkinton, Marcus Dwayne 174, 254 Pimienta, Garrick 150, 239 Pinckard, Tara Mann 226 Pippin, Kristie Sherise 226 Pippins, Gerry L. 239 Pippins, Mary Singletary 226 Pittman, Andrew Wayne 226 Pittman, Gregory Carl 226 Pittman, Julius Marion Jr. 150, 212 Pittman, Lee T. 253 Pittman, Robin Michelle 239 Pitts, Cassandra 226 Pitts, Jacqueline Jaquice 239 Pitts, Patricia Ann 193, 212, 257 Player, Dimitri Stan 253 Pless, Kelvin Wayne 239, 290, 324 Plier, Sonya R. 212 Poe, Thomas Ryan 150, 212 Pofahl, Anne Marie 88, 226, 289 Polis, Robert Harry 212 Polish, Emily Sue 90, 131, 138, 212 Polish, Nancy Maree 253 Pollard, Kelly Phillip 239 Pollard, Lorraine 226 Pollard, Valeri Dianne 212 Poole, Elissa Green 226 Poole, Rebecca Lee 226 Pope, Richard Alan 174, 239 Porrett, Debra Ann 61 Porter, Jeannine Louise 55, 61, 239, 270, 276, 286 Porter, Pilar Lillian 253 Portis, Lister Clayton 257 Potter, Kevin Lee 104, 239 Pouncey, Ann A. 112 Pouncey, Connie Renae 239 Pouncy, James Anthony 213 Powe, Sharon Bonita 213 Powe, Willard Oliver 213 Powell, Barbara Covington 253, 307 Powell, Glen E. Jr. 253 Powell, Karen Lynn 226 Powell, Paula Briann 132, 141, 213 Powell, Sheila Gayle 253, 269 Powell, Vince Ann 226 Powers, Pamela Ann 253, 309 Prater, Evan W. 253 Prather, Keri Lynn 253 Pratt, Wendy Caroline 193, 213 Presson, Scott O. 253, 325 Preston, Guy S. 135, 239 Preston, Jeffrey Herbert 114, 118, 119, 136, 226, 269, 285 Prewitt, James Robert 253 Price, Alyce 226 Price, Carla Gayle 84, 106, 226 Price, David Maud 226 Price, Kelley Lucretia 73, 213, 239, 324 Price, Kelly lann 132 Price, Mark Samuel 239 Price, Mary Jo 239 Price, Raymond Malcolm 142, 239 408 Index Pndgen, Denise Chenr . ' 19 Prldgen, i hi .mil 25 J PrkJfen, Ranaa Mjn.- 239, 297 Pr in hard, Ralph Norman 253. 262, 265 Prilchett, Leslee B 253 Propst, Joseph Ken 253 Provitl, Sheryl Even 213 Pruitt, Keith Marler 253 Puckett, Kendall Ryan 106, 112, 213 Pugh, Angela 213 Pugh, Gregory Demelrio 226 Pugh, Lesley Catherine 226 Pugh, Romano 253 Pugh, Sondra P 106, 253, 305 Puriell, Kathleen LoulM 119, 132 Purvis, Misli K 277 Pynes, Susan 88, 130, 239, 309 Quattlebaum, Marlm Dale 253 Quisenberry, 5 o(l A 7 3, 253 R Racine, Sherri Edith 213 Rackley. Cynthia lee 253, 307 Radford, Virginia B. 226 Rahming, Dianne Louise 213 Railey, Bonnie Kaye 239, 269 Railey. Charles Wiley 253 Rainer, Catherine Vail 257 Rainer, Sandra K. 253 Raines, Eugene 163, 239 Raines, Stacey Lee 226 Rainey, Tricia Ann 117, 137, 253, 325 Rains, Bonnie 253 Ramsey, Angela 104, 105, 300 Randall, Johnny Charles 305, 316 Ransom, Julie Marie 182, 213 Ratliff. Paul Franklin 213 Raulerson, Danna Kay 87, 91, 131, 213, 324 Raupp, Jeffrey Michael 104, 226 Rawls, Donald Cecil 213 Ray, Marsha 226 Raybon, Edna Bellamy 92, 131. 253 Rayborn, Barbara 253 Rayfield, Abby 253 Readey, |o Anna 88. 136, 213 Reaves, Donald Scott 226. 298 Reddoch, Katherine E. 213 Reed, Anita D. 253, 292 Reed, Anthony 163, 213 Reed, Bernard 213 Reed, Sharon Lynn 61, 106, 239, 257, 317 Reese, Jeffery Kennon 135, 253 Reese, Tomunda N. 226 Reeves, Sheila loan 253, 313 Register, Connie Era 253, 317 Reid, Katherine P. 193, 226, 279 Reid, Tami McCray 257, 274. 316 Reid, Terry Wayne 253 Reisch. Angela Elizabeth 226 Renaker, Michael Edward 226 Renfroe, Carol Ann 226 Reynolds, Jacqueline 226 Reynolds, John David 226 Reynolds, Mark Allen 213, 299, 325 Reynolds, Shellie Deon 102, 226, 266, 286. 292 Reynolds, Stanley Thomas 253 Reynolds, Timothy Lance 226, 297 Rhodes, David Jeffery 239 Rhodes, James Michael 213 Rhodes, Maureen A 54, 106, 253, 309 Rhodes. Scarlett Denise 239 Ribar. Danita Rae 132. 213 Ribeiro, Almbilel Soares 226 Rice, Deborah Suzanne 226 Rice, Larry 226 Rice, lohnny David 213 Rice, Randy Joel 213 Rice, Robert 213 Rice, William James 253 Rich, Starlynn Delanna 261, 284 Rich, Sybil Neese 253 Richard, John Bertrand 318. 324 Richardson. Barbara K 106. 213 kit (unison harm Kiun . ' .• , Kn hardton, Fnncw 105 Rlchardwn, Kara ) I Rh hard-ton Kiwi 154 Kit hardsiin Kim . ' 1 i Ri hardkon, LannJa . ' i i Richardson Martha I lire. la . ' 11. 325 Richardson. Susan Beth 213 Richburg, Cynthia Annette 257 Rlchla David 289 Ridge, lli ahelh Ann 253 kiKshv. Sjiulc | kiKKinv lav ShyffM i 1 Riggs. Rachel Ann . ' 1 1 Rikard Vvonrtt HikIk ' -s . " i Riley. ShOTT) Su jh . ' It 284 Riley. Wade Allen 240 I. Jude Joseph 174 Rish. Vtillum Icwoph |r 1J6, 213 Rister, I on lea 213 Ritchie, Clinton David 240 Riwrs, Vornotta MJ ch o la 213 Ri zo, Michael P |r 253. 324 Roach, Vicki Stephamr . ' I I Rabbin , Diana Maria 240 Robbins, Kim R 226. 325 Roberson, FoUctl 240 Roberts, Allison 226 Roberts, Homer Lindsay |r 240 Roberts, John 213 Roberts, Joseph Keith 226 Roberts, Kathleen Louise 213 Roberts, Russell Scott 240 Roberts, Victor Carter 213 Robertson, Lon D. 267 Robertson, Willis Roy 253 Robichaux, Peter C. 253 Robinette, Traci Lynn 213, 268, 269 Robinson, Emma I 226 Robinson, Eric W 253 Robinson, Regina Ann 226 Robinson, Sue Ellen 240 Robinson, Tony lee 193, 226, 290, 305 Rodgers, Cedrick Wendell 106, 253, 316 Rodgers, Christopher C. 226 Roe, Rodney Brent 150, 240 Rogers, Charles Joseph 213 Rogers, Emily Edgar 226 Rogers, Pamela Jean 253, 290, 305, 316 Rogers, Wendy Kathryn 240 Rolling, Jeffery Lamar 213 Rolling. Lisa 324 Rolling. Ruby Elizabeth 240 Roper. Callie 253 Rose, Kenneth James 213 Rose, Mark Anthony 112, 136, 188, 226 Rose, Michael Patrick 213 Roskos, Michael Robert 240 Ross. Daniel Earl 213 Ross, Evelyn Mary 253 Ross, Laura G 107, 227 Ross, Paula Cayle 227 Rountree, Katrina Lynn 213, 268, 269 Rouse, Debra Kay 90, 227 Routzong, Robert Earl 227 Rowland, Shirley Jean 213 Rowser. Rodney Earl 193, 213 Rowsey, Robert McKay 213 Roy, Jodie Susan 94, 132, 227 Rucker, Paige Dean 94, %, 132, 213, 295 Rudd, Alan 261 Rudd, Cathryn Elizabeth 88. 227. 269 Rumph. Carry Lamar 150. 240 Rushing, Deborah 240 Rushing, Larry I 253 Rushing. Taylor 69. 213. 268 Rushing, Teresa Lynn 227 Russ, Donna Delois 253, 302. 316 Russaw, Shenika Marie 213 Russell. Ah. ia Milam 213 Russell. Allen Peyton 213 Russell. Charles Bryant 240. 298. 304 Russell, Douglas Scott 104, 213, 325 Russo, Marc 174, 240 Rutherford, ludilh 227 Rutledge. Charles Earl 136, 240 Rutledge. Rachel Denise 213 Ruud, Alan Wayne 227 Ryals, Warren Keith 114. 118. 136. 227 Ryan. Jody A 253 T ana Coleman sings, " I Am Changing X her talent presentation in the Miss TSU Pageant in which she was fourth runner-up. Saleary. Susian 227 s.iIIjv Elizabeth 227 Salter, Angel E. 213, 297 Salter, Betty Ann 213 Salter, Mary lavett 253 Salter, Milton Wayne 257, 277 Salter. Wade Connery 227 Salter. Wendy J 102. 213 Samarkos. lohn Theophilos 240 Samuel, Terrence I 240, 325 Sanders, Alan Dale 253 Sanders, Amy Elaine 213, 297 Sanders, Cedric 227, 325 Sanders, Christopher Alan 240 Sanders, Daniel S 240 Sanders, Donald Scott 227 Sanders, lerry Steven 240 Sanders, Laura Cayle 213 Sanders, Lynn Bruce 227 Sanders, Margaret Mae 213 Sanders. Star y Rae . ' 1 1 Sanders Stephanie Dawn 253 . ' " 1 Sanders Steve Ruswell . ' 40 Sanders. Tammy C ail 2S4 Sanderson. Sharon Denise 240 Sands. Harry Matthew . ' 40 sjn.n rtatoit Sansom. |ohn s , n . ' S4 Sjry-,-111 P.11,1. ' Sjssci Run • Mlrn :S4 Sjsser Janet " Vnn 240 sassrr lanir Mane 254 254 t0S US Sasser Jason VAendall . ' t . ' Sjssci Keith Idward 254 Sjsser Shan (, . " ia 306 Sjsset lommir fayr Jit Satchel, filomena lean . ' S4 Saucecia letlrey vAavne MM Sauls |osh ( 213 . ' •. Saunders lulie Kav . ' 40 ro Savage Donna rsa. . ' savage Shark Scarborough, lohn Barry 214 Scathtouuh Melissa l)ej Scarbrough in, e M . ' 14 sc asone Raymond Joseph 214 Vhaettken lewrg . ' 14 V haper Steven larl 135. 240 Schlllir-v Schipman, Stephen 254 336 Schleicher VAilliam P 2U Schlev Charles H . ' t 0 251 Schmook. Matthias Chrrstophet . Schneider Darrell Volt 240 ■ i Maaaa ( heivi 10 MS S hofield lammv I, . V hotield leresu Dianne 240 Vhol.eld Vsade Suit 214 Vhraedef. Jennie Imdr Schroeder Steven Qurnlin . ' 14 Vhunk Laura lane 14 It; ;t,l V hurr Pamela llaine . ' 40 121 Vhwerer Mic hael Paul . ' 14 Sc oniric Mk hael lenatd 240 Volt M«e latanp Volt Iddie . ' 40 Scott, lonathan I . " .a ■. Slana . ' S4 Volt Shirley Ann . 4 Vott lem lynn . ' S 4 ■ Seals lennitei I . ' S4 ■ Serin, It . ' " .4 sea ' I oton 240 Sean r«lj M Dawn . ' 14 Sellars K.m :14 Index 409 p rofessors get pounced with pies during the May Day pie throwing event. Sellers, Bonnie Angelia 254 Sellers, Carl Brandon 132, 214 Sellers, Joseph Wayne 150 Sellers, Susan Louise 240, 325 Senn, Dawn Renee 254 Senn, Doug 135, 214 Senn, Patricia M. 254 Senn, Rhonda Meschelle 227 Senn, Stephanie Hope 240 Senn, Tammala Ann 254 Sessions, Melanie Jo 254 Sessions, Shenandonea 227 Sewell, Andrew Dwight 92, 227 Sewell, Anthony Dewayne 92, 214 Sexson, Kimberly Dale 214 Sexton, Matthew Lee 254 Seymour, Cynthia Lee 61, 240, 269, 271, 318, 321,324 Seymour, Valerie Elaine 227, 292, 299, 321 Shank, Jodi Lynn 214 Shaper, Steve 142 Sharp, Christopher Joseph 240 Sharp, Patrick William 214, 347 Sharpe, Belinda Gail 254 Sharpe, Ellie Jane 84, 87, 90, 131, 214, 300 Sharpe, Mickey Lemann 228 Sharpnack, Rosanne Mary 254 Shaw, Suellen 254 Shaw, Victoria Lynn 240 Shaw, Wayne Kevin 254, 282 Sheffield, Stacy Lyr.. 214 Shelby, Pamela Diann 98, 99, 132, 240 Shell, Mark 290, 305 Shelley, Nancy Allison 214 Shellhouse, Deborah Ann 228 Shelton, Jenifer Alice 228 Shepard, Melanie Karen 214 Shepard, Sally Katherine 228 Sherman, Daniel Herbert IV 135, 214, 268 Shields, Joel Aanon 228 Shipman, Sonja Lynn 290 Shipman, Willie 254 Shipmon, Diane 132, 240 Shirah, Jonathan David 240 Shirey, Walter English 240 Shirley, Edward Davis 254 Shirley, Kevin Ralph 228 Shirmohammad, Chris Reza 214 Shollar, Robert Steven 193, 194, 240 Shonk, Rhonda Kay 214, 268 Shoquist, Amy Louise 96, 132 Shores, Debbi Laniece 240, 298 Shores, Lisa Ann 186, 311 Shores, Lori Lee 186, 240 Short, Christopher Kevin 240, 316 Short, Kathy Renee 214 Shorter, Daniel G. 214 Shouse, Stuart M. 240, 325 Shovlain, Linda Ellen 240 Shows, Kerri Stewart 254 Shriver, Lisa A. 254 Sickler, Margaret Wilson 254 Sievers, John Charles 214 Sievers, Paul Scott 228 Sigers, Carol Jeanette 254 Sikes, Nancy Lynn 102, 240 Silavent, Ronnie Jason 240 Siler, Delois 214 Silva, Gustavo 104, 240 Simmons, Alethea Denise 254 Simmons, Celia Lizette 214 Simmons, Robert Bruce 228 Simmons, Teena Frances 228 Simms, Teresa 71, 324 Simms, Tim 318, 324 Simon, Earlean Marie 228 Simone, Thomas Anthony 228 Simonson, David Ray 104 Simpkins, Wayne Allen 104, 228, 295, 316, 334, 336, 344, 347 Simpson, Kelley Dawn 186, 214 Simpson, Peter Eric 214, 268 Sims, Douglas Carroll 112, 113, 136, 240 Sims, Teresa Riley 254 Sims, Timothy Wayne 228 Singer, Robert 228 Skeen, Lisa Ann 214, 292 Skeen, Rosalinda 214, 268, 279 Skeen, Steven Hoyt 228 Skelton, Linda Carol 228 Skelton, Lisa Ann 214 Skillman, Christopher W. 240, 282 Skillman, James Robert II 254, 298 Skinner, Verlinda L. 254 Skipper, Jeffery Thomas 179, 228 Skipper, Rosalind Marie 228 Skowron, Susan Marie 86, 228, 286 Slack, Cheryl Lynne 240 Slaton, Michael C. 150, 214 Small, Christopher Bruce 174, 240 Smart, Bonnie Michelle 88, 130 Smartt, Mark Allan 174, 254 Smaw, Karen E. 93, 131, 254, 286 Smeltzer, Kurt J. 150, 254 Smillie, Lisa Lynne 112,292 Smith, Adolphus 193, 254, 290 Smith, Brenda 228 Smith, Ben Allen 62, 254 Smith, Cammy Dee 240 Smith, Carolyn Denise 214 Smith, Christopher Wade 136, 228 Smith, Edna Michelle 90, 131, 214 Smith, Evan E. 254 Smith, Gail Etheridge 257 Smith, James R. 240 Smith, Jeffrey Neil 228 Smith, Jennifer Jeffcoat 254 Smith, Julie A. 132, 254, 286 Smith, Karen Denise 254 Smith, Karen S. 94, 132, 254 Smith, Kimberly Ann 240, 313 Smith, Kimberly C. 240 Smith, Kimberly Kaye 240 Smith, Kittie Lucile 214 Smith, Kristi Marie 130, 228 Smith, Lannie Keith 240 Smith, Laquan C. 254 Smith, Laurie Suzanne 186, 240 Smith, Lee Jeffrey 228 Smith, Lendon Derrick 214 Smith, Lori 228 Smith, Margaret Ann 228 Smith, Mark Anthony 240, 298 Smith, Melody Rae 214 Smith, Michael Lee 228 Smith, Olive Merlene 240 Smith, Patrick H. 214 Smith, Patrick Leroy 88, 96, 118, 132, 214 Smith, Rebecca Lynn 214, 228 Smith, Roxland Levanda 254, 324 Smith, Shannon Elizabeth 254 Smith, Tanya 214, 319, 324 Smith, Teresa Carol 229 Smith, Timothy B. 104, 240 Smith, Tobey Lynn 214 Smith, Tommy Darren 254 Smith, Traci Leigh 131, 240 Smith, Walter G 254 Smith, Yolanda Yvonne 214 Sneed, Larry Andrew 254 Sneed, Terry Dewayne 135, 241 Snell, Devon Franklin 36, 112, 229 Snell, Mark Anthony 214 Snell, Robert Howard 229 Snellgrove, James Neil 241 Snider, Britton J. 135, 254 Snider, Christopher Bryce 214 Snowden Claren 254 Snyder, Bart Kendall 282 Sobottka, Diana Lynn 254 Sobottka, Richard Herman 269, 283 Soisson, Louis Henry 214 Soto, Gina Anita 106, 214 South, Cindy Renae 214 Southerland, William Steve 179, 241 Southern, Dawn April 214 Spann, Donald Allan 229 Spann, Jane 241 Spann, Richard Douglas 241 Spear, Tawana G. 214, 290 Spears, Dolores Charae 229 Spears, Gregory Wayne 241 Spence, Benjamin Anderson 241, 303 Spence, Mary Elizabeth 254 Spencer, Cynthia 214 Spencer, Sonya Lee 254, 282 Spencer, Tracy Andrea 229 Spengler, Glenn Martin 88, 241, 261 Spikes, Teresa Ann 214 Spivey, Arthur Alfred 214 Spivey, Glenda 254 Spivey, Kevin Don 229 Spivey, Rebecca Starr 62, 254, 277, 289 Spivey, William Michael 254, 265, 292 Sport, Thomas E. 254 Spraggins, Timothy Lee 62, 254, 325 Sprague, Lisa Michelle 88, 130 Spurgeon, Christine S. 254, 283 Spurlin, Skipper O ' Brien 229 Spurlin, Tina Michelle 229 Squire, Mylan Michael 241 Squires, Bobby Dale 254 Squires, Janet L 229 Stack, Kim 315 Stafford, Gregory Bernard 254 Stafford, Gregory K. 163, 214 Stalcup, Robert Bryan 136, 229 Standerfer, William Scott 229 Staplin, Jennifer J. 132, 214, 292 Starling, David A. 241 Steadham, Ronald William 241 Stebbins, Shannon M. 130, 241 Steele, Martha Jane 72, 254 Steele, Scott 84, 104, 118 Steele, Suzanne 94, 126, 324 Stephens, Antoinette O. 214 Stephens, Beverly D. 214 Stephens, Rae Nicole 90, 131, 214 Stephens, Randal Lewis 214 Stephens, Raymond F. 84, 96, 255 Stephens, Stephanie 214 Stephens, Susan Lynn 214 Stephens, Teresa 214 Stephens, W. Scott 241 Stephens, Wendell Scott 255 Stephenson, Jason J. 241 Steptoe, Bruce Michael 215, 324 Stevens, Eleanor Jean 84, 90, 128, 131, 215 Stevens, Rodney 163 Steven, Richard 229 Stevens, Tracy Lea 229, 324 Stewart, Cynthia Denice 229 Stewart, Eugenia Paige 255, 273 Stewart, Freddy Wayne 255 Stewart, Gregory Darrel 150, 241 Stewart, Harry Mark 255 Stewart, Mary N. 229 Stewart, Robert Blaine 135 Stewart, Shannon Marie 90, 131, 215 Stewart, William Scott 241 Still, Doris J. 255 Still, Vivian 297 Stinson, Jerrie W. 257, 306 Stinson, Leigh M. 257 Stinson, Lisa Ann 229 Stinson, Sally O. 255 Stinson, Sheila Renee 255 Stocks, Kimberly Michelle 215 Stokes, Joseph Brent 262 Stokes, Leslie Marie 241 Stokes, Raymond H. 104, 255 Stokley, Cynthia Nan 241 Stokley, Linda Rene 229, 319, 324 Stone, Anita Gwen 62, 109, 241, 270, 285 Stone, Henry Welborn 255 Stone, JoAnne 78 Stone, Katherine Joanne 90, 104, 105, 131, 215 Storey, Zackary Mark 150, 241 Story, Amelia Anne 130, 215 Story, Kenneth Grant 283 Story, Linda 229 Story, Susan Diane 321, 325 Stoudemire, Sonya Denice 215 Stough, Annette Chesser 241 Stough, Frederick Randolph 255 Stough, Martha Lynn 229, 297, 311 Strader, Felicia Michele 255 Stratton, Gary Scott 215 Straughn, Daniel Cliffton 215 Street, Virginia K. 62, 255 Streets, Sheryl Lynn 215, 324 Strength, Freida Danielle 255 Strickland, Edmond B. 255 Strickland, Joyce E. 271 Strickland, Judy A. 241 Strickland, Malcolm D. 241 Strickland, Mary Renee 215 Strickland, William Travis 215 Stringer, Donna Kay 215 Stringer, Katrena Lorraine 215 Stringer, Robert 308 Stringfellow, Joseph Mark 163, 229 Stroud, Jane J. 229 Strouse, Tracy Lynn 106, 107, 112, 229, 300 Stutts, Steven Carroll 104, 255, 315 Stutzman, Yvonne K. 241 Suggs, Reginald Tyrone 255 Sullivan, Deborah Boutwell 229 Sullivan III, John M. 229, 289 Sullivan, Jennifer Rae 56, 130, 215 410 Index Sullivan, Phillip Gorum 241 Sullivan, Sean PjuI 215 Sullivan, led Maunie 229 Sullivan, will. .mi a 241 Summerall, David Rodney 215 Summerford, George A 241 Summers, Nancy Anne 255 Summers, Sleven lynn 150, 215 Sumnar, EllabMh Joyce 90, 131, 136, 21S Sumter, Israel Eugeft Sulley, Lisa trowell 255 Simon, Kimberly Ann 255 Svopa, Steve Mil hael 114, 229 Swamgan, Asker 215 Sweat. Yvonne M 229, 292 Svvindall, Phyllis Barbaree 215 Sykev Teresa M. 255 Syphrit. Sheryll Lynn 130, 241 T Tabb, Harold Trey 313 Tabler, Jeffrey Alan 132, 21S Tabron, Rhonda Strong 255. 279 Taleton, Cherell Lee 229 Tamasovich, Edward Collin 255. 308 Tan, Kuri Yap 255. 316 Tanner, Jennifer 241 Tansey, Laura lean 132, 229. 292, 316 Tarver, Debora Lenora 241, 290 Tase, Terry Mark 255 Tashjian, Roxanne M 255 Tatum, Lance Edward 241 Taunton, Rena Denlse 215, 268 Taylor, Andrew F. 241 Taylor, Cammie Ann 255 Taylor, Carolyn Valtrice 241 Taylor, Craig Terrance 193, 215 Taylor, Deanna Lyn 154, 186. 215 Taylor, Freddie 150, 229 Taylor, Jerry Earl 100, 133, 241 Taylor, Jimmy W. 215 Taylor, Lisa J. 88 Taylor, Violet Dawn 215, 297 Taylor, Wendell Keith Jr 215 Taylor, William Jody 215 Teal, Priscilla A. 116. 289 Teal, Susan Marlene 255 Tepper, Sol Hagedorn III 90 Termine, Felicia 215, 297 Terrell, Andrew John 229 Terrell, Michelle Yvonne 88, 99. 215, 290 Terry, Yolanda 167, 242 Tew, Cindy 242, 316 Tew, Scott Jay 255 Tew, Stanley Kyle 242 Tew, Timothy Don 215 Thatcher, Paul Dean 255 Thierfelder, Dana Lynn 229 Thomas, Debbie 98, 99, 132, 255 Thomas, Delisa Dawn 242, 325 Thomas, Freddie 150, 242 Thomas, Karen Lynn 292 Thomas, Kurt Lydell 100. 133. 215 Thomas. Lesia lynn 215 Thomas, Norma Wilynn 255 Thomas, Sharon Lynn 106 Thomas, Shirley 229 Thomas, William 229 Thomas, Willie Otis 215 Thomas, Zanetta Lasonja 215 Thomason, Rodney Allen 117, 118. 215 Thompson, Cheri Ann 215 Thompson, |ohn Lang 88, 112, 136, 215 Thompson, lulie Ann 215 Thompson, Kenneth Neal 215 Thompson, Meloni Lynn 79, 88, 130. 242. 292. 324. 347 Thompson, Michele A 215, 325 Thompson, Sharon Ann 242, 311 Thornton, Charles Luke 229 Thornton, Lisa Jean 229 Thornton. Theresa Maxme 255 Thorpe. Julie M 96, 132, 215. 261 Thrash, Tracev Ocnisr 90. 130, 229 Tice. Christie Louise 215 Tielking. Donald Brent 242, 325 Till. Elizabeth Ann 90, 131, 215 Tillis. John Shelby III 229 Timbs, Tabatha R 215.269,304 Tinsley, Karen Raye 242 ripton I lull.-. I :. " i. 265 hi. t.,n her, I U 257 iii ion rimoth) Ml n 16 . 255 ritdtle David Gene 255 I isdale |ame% I ail I i, ..ill Elizabeth Ann 229 I. .,1,1 Mi, I,. i. I I ' ,,ii I odd Stai (,unl . ' 15 Manlay rerren ■ i Tolomeo, Kimberly Norris 229 ToJomeo, frat ■ ■ Tomlin. Hugh 114 215 Tomlin, Tamala Fay 215, 292 rompkliM George m 242 l..rre s lOM Mlgel 242 rownaendj fknoVea . ' 29, 302 Trammell, Amanda Gale 106, 215 li.ithowen, Carolyn lean 87. 90 91 124 131 138. 215 Irjsis. Irrald M 150, 229 Iums, Margaret Ann 88, 130 Iumv s, .hi, -ii Jennifer 88, 130 Imam k, Karen Dlonne 215 ir.mii k rerrj D 229 Traylor. Eugenia Alison 242 rreadwefl, Mh hael David 215 Tnppi, Mn hael losrph 215 Trombetta, Mary Madden 88, 130. 229 Troult, John D 255 rruesdell Dennli Ray 215 Truett. James Edward 242 Truetl, Yolandra Undra 242 lu.k Mvin Bernard 255, 325 Tucker, Andrea 215, 229 Tucker, Lana Nelson 255 Tufariello, Daniel 229 Turhervrlle, Cathy M 90. 131, 215 Turdo, Mike Joseph 194, 242 Turk, Michael Wayne 106. 140, 150, 242 Turner, Angela Renee 215. 268, 269 Turner, B Lauvone 255 Turner, Billy Wayne 255 Turner, Kimberly Caroline 215, 319, 324 Turner, Lauvone 2 65, 279. 297. 303 Turner. Lester Bruce 255 Turner, Sonja Deeann 215 Turner, Theresa Daina 242 Turnipseed, Charles T. Jr 255 Turvin, Malinda Nell 215, 292 Tyler, Carlos D. 242 u Underwood, Carl Ethndge 255, 269, 271 Underwood, Courtenay Fain 242 Ussery, Amy Lynn 215 Utsey, Lisa Ann 229 V Vance, Carl Gibson 112, 139, 255, 276 Vandagnff, Sandra Lelia 282 Vandiver. Winda 229 Valandingham, Damn lee 242 Vansandt, Mark Douglas 215. 325 Vansant, Curtis Brooks 242 Varney, Samantha Gail 215 Vaughn. Andrew Morris 255 Vaughn. Carole Jones 257 Vaughn, Lisa Kay 131. 242 Vaughn, Sonya R 93 Velez, Jose tfrain II 271 Verretl, Delones Thomas 2S5 Vice Roy Pascal Jr 215 ii a, Sherne Marie 216 V ic k. Darron 150, 216 ukery. Russell B 216 Vignola. E Jeane 255, 314 Vines, Stuart Kenneth 150, 216 Vinson, Dana Michelle 216 Vinson, limmy Mai key 216 Voiland, Thomas James 1 " 4 Voyles, Ion Ann 88, 130. 216 ft ho! Waddafl Mefanria I Waddefl Denial Diana 142 Wagnet Kenneth Edward 150 229 Wannei Robert loru Wakefield leant D 255 Wakefield Sti 10, 112, 113,131 276 Wakjeti Ham loieph 255 Walden M haal Lavtaoa .. " 1 114 Waldres Ma I 125 Waldrop Rayn 1 I Walr.« Monzo Sign 01 I Walter, Chrtaopher loaapl 242 : Walk,! ( nilfiu D.1,0. .-4: 111 v%.iik. . Karen LaJ iani . 16 325 Walker tarry Hi, an 255, 276 Walker Palm la Ar.i .4. Walker Raymond Ci Walker Sjrah Nell . ' 55. 309 Walker So,,,.. | Walker loli, Brian 216 Wallaie Bryan Moser 88. 255 Wallace ller.r, Martin 242 Wallace, Howard Anthony 216 Wallace, James leldon 229 Wallace, Keith Alan 142. 242 Walbl • s|,. ,,, Allison 216 Wallaie Sherry Ann 216 Wallev Robert Dale 13S, 216 Wallers, Ruth Marie 216 Walters, Wendy lynelle 216, 276 Walton, Carolyn Anne 255, 298 Wambles, Sally Kay 229 Ward, Carlton 150 Ward, Cody Geoffrey 229 Ward, Susan Aimee 255 Ware, Eric 255, 295, 334 Waren, Cynthia Gail 216 Waren, Mark Edward 114, 229 Warr. Toby Wendon 216 Warren, Danielle 131 Warren, John T 255 Wasden, Robert Thomas 140, 150, 255, 315 Washington. Juan P 163, 242 Washington, Kelvin A 229 na R w.iit. • A .-96 n . ' 55 .29 141 ■ ■■ I 216 ' . IK, 216 oiote 2 JO 290 • 230 Walters lerir, ' . • ' i ' XVi Golden Wra " • rath 216. 26e Wra.. na 230. 296 • Webb. M rn 216 - 230 ly 255 Webster St .. ... •r 1, lee ay, Deborah Carole 242 • Alfred 216 We H. Kay 24, Weeks Brian Keith 190. 242 Cynthia D ■ 242 John Todd 255 Weeks lloyd Keith 105, 242 Tami 230 U Jli Don 230 Well h. Tim lance 112. 216 Wells. Benjamin David K eeping alert is Pam McEwan as shr plays first base during An intramural Softball game. Indfx 411 Wells, lulie T. Wells, Karol lyn 88. 130. 230 Wells. Stephanie 216 West loy S. Weil, Ion Ann 106. 216 Wesl, Tammy Renee 216 Wesiern, Tammi Nichelle 216 West, Vanessa 256 Weston, Bernard 100, 101, 133, 256 Whaley, Joseph Edward 135, 216 Whaley, Wendy Lynnetle 230 Whatley, Robert |. Whetstone, Kimberlon E. 216 Whetstone, Tony Lynn Whiddon, Mary Leigh 230 Whisonant, Charles Allen 242 Whisonant, Sharon Lee 242 Whitaker, Jeffery lones 256 Whitaker, Kevin Lomax 256 Whitaker, Scott 242 White, Augustus Carter 256 White, Bethany Crickeit 130, 292, 299, 321 White, Chad Eugene 230 White, Christy La-Tonya 242 White, Deborah Shelida 256 White, Delain 62, 256, 306, 317 White, Denise Mechele 230 White, Dorothy lean 230 White, Ella Lynette 242 White, Harvey John 230 White, Joe Robert 84, 104, 242 White, lohn H. 104 White, Katherine V. 256 White, Mary Virginia 230, 274, 316 White, Nathan J. 256, 320, 325 White, Regina Elaine 216 White, Rhonda Kaye 130, 216 White, Ruth Elizabeth 216, 325 White, Sharon Marie 216 White, Shelia Ann 230 White, Sheree Stewart 216 White, Thomas Wesley 216 Whitehead, Charlie Thorn 242, 264 Whitfield, Robert Russell 256 Whiting, Mae Helaine 256 Whitman, James Anthony 136, 216 Whitmer, Donna Michelle 106, 107, 216 Whitney, Mirinda Mae 230, 324 Whittle, Rose Ann 242, 305 Whittle, William Otto 242 Wiggins, Sherri Renee 216 Wiggins, Tammy Lucille 242 Wiggins, Walter Wade 256 Wiginton, Donald Barton 242 Wilder, Marc Harold 216 Wiley, Bernice 256, 305 Wilhite, Terry Carlos 62, 256, 304 Wilkerson, Angela 90, 127, 131, 242 Wilkerson, Cheryl 230 Wilkerson, Linda Elizabeth 256 Wilkes, Chris Shawn 136, 139, 216 Wilkes, John Frank 216 Wilkes, Melody Cheryl 256 Wilkes, William R. 150, 230 Wilkins, David Harold 242 Wilkins, William Danny 216, 298 Wilkinson, Jeff 216 Williams, Alto Alexander 256, 292 Williams, Angela Carole 256 Williams, Annie R. 256, 290 Williams, Bobby Edward 230, 298 Williams, Charles Donald 216, 256 Williams, Cherie Cayle 230, 268, 269, 324 Williams, Darryl D. 256 Williams, Douglas Paul 216 Williams, Dwayne Maurice 216, 325 Williams, Elizabeth Ann 66, 67, 128, 268, 270, 300 Williams, Ellie M. 256 Williams, Eric Verner 230, 325 Williams, Franklin Casey 216 Williams, Jeffrey Keith 242 Williams, John David 256 Williams, Julia Marie 230, 311, 324 Williams, Kenneth Alfred 256 Williams, Mary Elizabeth 242 Williams, Michelle Chere 216 Williams, Monique Leray 242 Williams, Paula M. 242, 309 Williams, Pearla Mae 92, 242 Williams, Penny Angelan 242 Williams, Randolph Stephen 282 Williams, Samuel Cantt 216 Williams, Sebastian C. 256 Williams, Stephanie Alesia 216 Williams, Timothy K. 256 Williams, Tina 216 Williams, Troy D. 100, 133, 256 Williams, Vickie A. 242 Williams, Vivian Lea 216 Williams. Willie Rene 256 Williamson, James Anthony 179 Williford, Dric D. 243, 298 Williford, Linda Ruth 243 Willis, Anita Marie 216 Willis, Edward F. 256 Willis, Glen Darrell 174, 230 Willis, Gregory Allen 112, 123, 136, 216 Willis, Willie Albert Jr. 216 Willoughby, David Andrew 216 Willoughby, Gary Max 216 Willoughby, Susan 243, 270 Wilson, Andrea Jones 238 Wilson, Ashley lane 230, 304 Wilson, Brenda Joyce 243 Wilson, Charles J. 216, 344, 347 Wilson, Charles Thad 230 Wilson, Comer Anderson 230 Wilson, Deidre Maureen 106, 107, 109, 230 Wilson, Dorothy Richardson 230, 277 Wilson, Ginger Ruth 256 Wilson, Jana Leigh 106, 230 Wilson, John Mark 257 Wilson, Julie Michele 132, 216, 230, 261 Wilson, Marie Irene 216 Wilson, Pamela D. 230 Wilson, Sylisa 230 Wilson, Wendy 256 Wilson, William Keith 136, 216 Winborne, Raymond Earl Jr. 217 Windham, Charles Francis 217, 230 Wingard, Jacquelyn Jane 217 Wise, Jennifer Slyvia 324 Wise, Jo Ellen 217 Witcher, Brian North 230, 324 Witham, Glenn Wade 217 Wilham, Roberta Lynn 230 Wofford, Wendy Jo 230 Wolf, Nicholas Joseph 193, 194, 230 Wolf, William John 174, 243 Wolfe, John Todd 217 Womack, Cindy 256, 276 Wood, Pamela Gail 217, 243 Wood, Tammy Lynne 66, 67, 87, 131, 231, 267 Wood, Tony Rudolph 243 Wood, William Hilton 217, 256 Woods, Cindi 231 Woodall, Tammy Bryan 230 Woodard, Barbara 269 Woodham, Kimberly D. 88, 243 Woodham, Patti 243 Woodham, Stephanie Leigh 217, 268, 292 Woodham, Tracey Diane 62, 256, 266, 274, 317 Woodman, Jimmie S. 71 Woods, Clarice Renee 167, 217 Woods, Nellie Mae 243 Woods, Phelix T. 243 Woody, Gladys Elizabeth 256 Woody, Penny 137 Woolard, Barbara Lynn 217 Wooten, Clayton Brooke 217 Wooten, Donald C 112, 136, 243 Work, Catherine A. 217, 268, 336 Worley, Ginger Paullette 132, 141, 256 Wray, James Michael 243 Wright, Andrew 150, 243 Wright, Anna H. 231 Wright, Arty 289 Wright, Benjamin Marc 217 Wright, Diane 217, 290 Wright, Gerald C. 231 Wright, James Robert Jr. 217 Wright, John McKibbon Jr. 217 Wright, Kendric V. 256, 290, 297 Wright, Malcolm 231 Wright, Mary Kristina 131, 217 Wright, Michael Lloyd 179, 231 Wright, Tracey Lynn 182, 231 Wurthmann, Renee Marie 243 Wuthrich, David E. 174, 243 Wyatt, Bryan Hartman 112, 136, 217 Wyatt, James L. 90, 121, 136, 139, 256 Wyncoop, Susan E. 256 Wynn, Alison Ann 132 Wynn, Douglas Stewart 256 Wyrick, Natalie Jean 154, 186, 231 Yakubowski, Kevin Eugene 243, 316 Yancey, Tammie Cherie 217, 268, 269 Yarbrough, Mike L 231 Yates, Hampton A. 256 Yates, Jacquelyn Renea 243 Yeaman, Jamie Elisabeth 217 Yeilding, Bennett Scott 299, 318, 324 Yeingst, Jody Ann 256 Yeldell, Sharon Dawn 217 York, Anna Lynn 243 Yost, Elizabeth Ann 231, 32 5 Young, Christopher Keith 112, 136, 243, 324 Young, David G. 104, 124 Young, Deborah Marie 243 Young, Myra Carmela 256 Young, Susan Anne 243, 279 Young, Susan Bryan 243 Young, Wanda Felicia 324 Youngblood, Herbert Howard 217, 324 Youngblood, Kelley A. 256 Youngers, Hugh Thomas 135, 243 Zabela, Theresa A. 256, 267 Zapata, Dan Ramon 243 Zeigler, Sally Ann 231, 290 Zessin, Wendy Odom 70, 256 Zorn, David Herbert 243, 298, 347 Zuleta, Luis Alberto 279 Zurletta, Luis 188 Y M ■ L. aking the put is Julie Ransom, a member of the Girls ' Golf Team, as Coach Chris Force and friend look on. 412 Index TSU PHOTOGRAPHY Ready in a Hash Photography Stail: Top to Bottom: Donald N Worthy, direr to r, [ d M Missy Butts, V Roa he. r d nk Pas- Cara Fn dish, V k kv illiams, Debbie Blail and Greg John- son. Student Publications Board Student Publications Board Members are: Row One: Kathv Purcell, Prise ilia Teal, Merrill BankeMer. chairman; Jacqueline Smith and Gam Cannon. Row Two: Ben Kel- l , Jim Joseph. ndre Men- der son, Fred Da is Moi k ■ rnold. Thomas Peeks | Hardin. Dr. Donald Gibson and Charlie Fim h TSU Photography Student Publication-. Board 413 The Palladium Staff utting together a Centennial yearbook, at first, appeared to be a difficult task facing the 1987 Palladium Staff. But, after 10 months of long, tedious hours, including sev- eral all nighters, the staff realized the task was not difficult - it was next to impossible. However, under the constant encour- agement of Palladium Adviser Jacque- line Smith, the staff was able to strug- gle through periods of high anxieties to pull together the Centennial edition of the Palla- dium. Portraying 100 years of Troy State University, de- spite the degree of diffi- culty, was an honor. The staff hopes you enjoy " CELEBRA- TION ONE HUNDRED! " « 414 Palladium Staff ■ n »%v Palladium Staff: Row One: Garry Cannon and Charlie Finch Row Two: Beth Weatherford Row Three: Cara English, Sonya Plier, Jill Girdner, Jacqueline Smith and Leigh Golden Row Four: Violet Taylor, Ginger Blake and Lori Featheringill. Palladium SlaH 415 p u I can ' t believe four years have flown by so fast. It seems like only yester- day I was a lonely freshman wonder- ing where I was going, what I was doing, and why the heck I joined the yearbook staff. In retrospect, college has helped me answer many uncertainties. I have to say, deciding to be on the Palladium staff, though very questionable at first, turned out to be one of the best deci- sions I ever made. Being on the staff has helped me learn a lot about Troy State University and has given me the oppor- tunity to meet many of the outstanding faculty and students of TSU. There are several people which have made the Palladium staff a true ! o,X . . . experience. Without these guys constant encouragement, sometimes warped sense of humor, and undying commitment(gosh, did I say that?), the Palladium would not be a reality. Thanks go to Garry, Leigh, and Lori for being so supportive and keeping me in line. 1 leave them my collection of leaf pic- tures which are sure to be collectors items some day - if not, they make great backgrounds(inside joke.) Thanks also go to my ever-supportive adviser, Jacqueline Smith. She is not only a great adviser, she is an equally great friend. I don ' t know how many times I ' ve had to rely on Jacqueline to make the rough days on the Palladium staff a little smoother. Also, I would also like to thank my fraternitv brothers, especially my room- mates and Van, tor their support - through thick and thin. They will always be a special object of my esteem. Finally, I would like to thank the stu- dents and faculty of Troy State Universi- ty for giving me the opportunity to be editor of the Centennial edition of the Palladium. I hope you enjoy the 416 pages portraying Troy State ' s past, pre- sent and future. c . , Sincerely, Charles H. Finch Editor-in-chief • 416 Editor ' s page ■ ■ 0-£-£-£-£-X-0-T-4-O-A ■ m 1 1 1 1 H H ■ ■ I ■ i ■ ■ ' Z ( V- ' -v-V " % V . ' ' ' J J ' 1 i y ' ' • • , V ' • ' W i ' .. t yV. r .v« • .

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