Union College - Stespean Yearbook (Barbourville, KY)

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WEEKS-TOWNSEND MEMORIAL LIBRARY UNION COLLEGE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY GIVEN BY Union College Barbourville, KY 40906 Between the first day of orienta- tion and the last day of final exams we at Union College shared the us- ual college experiences. We studied, ate, slept, danced, cried, fooled around, lost games, laughed, spent money, won games, partied, stood in lines, crammed, prayed, screamed, sang, complained, acted, talked, washed clothes, ran, skipped clas- ses, etcetera, etcetera. However, in addition to these happenings we (at least some of us) met Colonel H. Sanders, we enjoyed an extra week of fall vacation due to a breakdown in the main boiler, we survived a terribly cold and snowy winter, we struggled through second semester registration in the science building, we evacuated the college when flood waters threatened B ' ville (we enjoyed a few more days off!) and we lived through an extra week of classes! ' . ' . ]mt g H 1 1 ' ' l If 1 1 0? SI 4 dS-niifli " ■■1 Thus passed the academic year 1976-77. Come with me now on a tour of our campus. Within each building countless events occurred. We can only show a little of what took place here. The rest must remain in your hearts and minds to be cher- ished and remembered as you see fit. By the way, my name is Mack. As mascot for the students of Union I believe I have the knowledge and the right to tell this story. SENIORS TRAD IT IONS STUDENT CENTER CLASS OF ' 77 BRENDA ADAMS LONDON, KY. SOCIAL WORK ANTHONY AUZENNE CHERRY HILL, N.J. BUSINESS ADMIN. SHARON LYNN BAILEY BLEDSOE, KY. ACCOUNT ING BUSINESS EDUCAT ION CHARLES D. BLACK BARBOURVILLE, KY. ACCOUNT ING BUSINESS EDUCATION PEGGY CHANDLER LEDBETTER, KY. SOCIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY MOHAN CHILUKURI BARBOURVILLE, KY. BIOLOGY GLENN COTTERELL SCOTIA, N.Y. APPLIED MUSIC REBECCA CULP WOODSTOCK, OHIO MUSIC EDUCATION JO ANN DAVIDSON M ANCHESTER, KY. SOCIAL WORK H I STORY ■ ■ ■ ■ :.-$ {.;;.:. SARAH ANN D INGUS WEST LIBERTY, KY. H ISTORY DONNA JEAN DOBO N. TONAWANDA, N.Y. SOCIAL WORK PSYCHOLOGY RICHARD S. GARDNER SOMERSET, KY. CHEMISTRY NATALIE HALE LOYALL, KY. PSYCHOLOGY ED HAMMELL MAGNOLIA, N.J. PHYSICAL EDUCATION SUSAN HARB ISON PHILADELPHIA, PA. SOCIOLOGY MARK HELLER MOORES HILL, I ND BUSINESS ADMIN. BARBARA HOSKINS PINEVILLE, KY. ELEMENTARY ED. DIANE IBOLD CINCINNAT I , OH 10 ELEMENTARY, ED. PEGGY JOHNSON PINEVILLE, KY. HOME ECONOMICS STEVEN JONES HAMILTON, OHIO BUSINESS ADMIN. DAVID LANGHAM PRICKARD, ALA. PHYSICAL EDUCATION LOR I LYLE OLEAN, N.Y. ELEMENTARY ED. CAROLYN MAD IGAN T INTON FALLS, N.J SPEECH AND DRAMA PETER MCNALL OTICA, N.Y. POLITICAL SCIENCE 10 ELLIS RONNIE MOORE BARBOURVILLE, KY. ACCOUNTING BUSINESS ADMIN. LEROY MOORE VIPER, KY. B IOLOGY MICHAEL NAPIER GULSTON, KY. B IOLOGY TERESA NEWPORT PINEVILLE, KY. BUSINESS EDUCATION ADELAIDE PARSONS LEXINGTON, KY. APPLIED MUSIC PAUL PECK RUSSELL SPR. , KY. PHYSICAL EDUCATION. R ICHARD B. REAVES ENDICOTT, N.Y. MUSIC EDUCAT ION JESSIE SHELBY BARBOURVILLE, KY. BUSINESS ADMIN. MICHAEL M. SMITH VERSAILLES, KY. PHYSICAL EDUCAT ION RECREAT ION I I JAKKI STAGGS GEORGETOWN, OHIO PSYCHOLOGY JAMES W. THOMPSON MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. ELEMENTARY ED. LINDA 0. TURNER BARBOURVILLE, KY. ELEMENTARY ED. DONALD A CARNEY ' S ENGLISH EDWARD M. WALKER LONDON, KY. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEBBIE WARD MANCHESTER, KY. BUSINESS EDUCATION I 2 LARRY WATTS JACKSON, KY. PSYCHOLOGY SHAHRIAR ZARGHAM TEHRAN, IRAN BUSINESS ADMIN. CHARLIE ZIGLER BRIDGETON, N.J. BUSINESS ADMIN. MARSHA G. GRAY WYANDOTTE, M ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE JANICE M. JONES JONESVILLE, VA. ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE LINES, LINES, Clockwise from the top: Students mull over reg- istration directions. Your financial aid award is... Dean Mays presents the Parent of the Year Award to Colonel Harlan Sanders during the an- nual festivities of Parent ' s Weekend. Kim Jufer, Joe Emmel and Rev. Gibson play Shuffle Board during the All-College Picnic. Could I have the class cards for... Opposite page: Dr. Rose chats with Laura Yinger at the Faculty-Stu- dent Reception. Mrs. W. Vinyard and Colonel Sanders applaud the singing performance of Terri Turner. Dr. Myers and Bill Peebles com- pete at horseshoes. Dr. Charles Simms receives a gift of appreciation from President Miller during Founder ' s Day Convocation. Do we fill this line in??? Students and faculty enjoy a game of football. Dinner is served r Tfrhrf S B . — 1 4-T ilJ ■5P w 14 LINES! IHpHBTu m±£f-M. ' x -s, a Q»-XX3ats ' W 1 15 MISS UNION, Donna Jean Dobo, came to our college from North Tonawanda, N.Y. in 1973. Throughout her college career she maintained a high academic standing as evidenced by her membership in three national honor societies: Cwens (for which she served as vice-pres.), Gamma Beta Phi, and Iota Sigma Nu. In between her studies Donna found time to get involved in many cam- pus activities and organizations. For four years she participated on the Student Center Board holding the offices of treas. (75-76) and pres. (76-77). She served as vice-pres. (74-75) and pres. (75-76) of the A.W.S., secretary of her junior and senior class, and resident of Pfeiffer Hall (76-77). During her freshman and senior years Donna ' s classmates elected her to be one of their homecoming queen candidates. She became doublely honored when crowned the 1977 Homecoming Queen. MISS UNION carried a double major of Social Work Psychology and plans to go into the former field. Since coming here as a junior transfer in 1975 MR. UNION, Paul Peck, has played the position of forward for the Union College Bulldogs. Despite his rigorous athletic training and playing schedule (here and else- where) Paul maintained a high academic average, thus becoming the recipient of an athletic scholarship and a Col. H. Sanders Honor Scholorship. Paul majored in Physical Education and Health and plans to obtain a master ' s degree in the same fields. This past year he served as the president of the Stevenson Hall Dormi- tory Council. Paul lives in Russell Springs, Ky. MR. MISS UNION 16 HONORS DAY Clockwise: Students named to Who ' s Who Among American dents - M. Ibold, J. Alvis, R Dobo, D. Madigan. College Stu- Napier, D. Thompson, C. Reaves, D„ Vinyard, C. President Mil- ler with recipients of the President ' s Award - Sharon Gardner, Theta Pi cipients D. Dobo, Ibold, C. A. Parsons, receiving a Bailey, Steve Don Vinyard. Delta Award re- - D. Vinyard, Napier, D. Madigan and Larry Watts special a- M. ward from Dean Mays Marc Throckmorton viewing a- ward from Pres. Miller. 77 DANCE TO THE MUSIC Clockwise from the top: Our 1977 Homecoming Queen, Donna Dobo, and escort, Pete McCoy. Mark Fishburn accompanied Becky Culp during Cabaret ' 77 in a Lennon-McCartney number. Chris Sutton escorted our 1976 Queen, Adelaide Parsons, for her farewell walk in ' 77. Freshman Bob Long entertained the Cabaret and Homecoming audience with the unique art of spoon-playing. Clockwise from the top: Alpha Psi Omega Initiates receive lighted can- dles during thejr initiation ceremony. Nominees for Attilete of the Year-Ther- eas McMonagle (Basketball), Dave Lang- ham (Baseball), Fred Jones (Track and Field), Kim Sctioerlucke (Volleyball), Ed Diamond (Cross Country), Mike Goss (Tennis), Jeff Tingle (Golf), Pete Mc- Coy (Swimming), and Mike Sammons (Bas- ketball). ' Athlete of the Year, Dave Langham, received a silver pitcher from the APA food services given by manager Mr. Bob Wainscott. -. 1 — _ f liB 1 Wtk « r-. • ' , K HrHS mt- " ' 5, ' H h j swi K- II a -? HSL . ' • 7 1 B I , 1 L . i V . .1 K 1 ■ « f f jp - : M : % 1 ■mtIL 1 m I L m J 1 •% to II AWARDS 19 MAY 15, 1977 20 Clockwise from the top: The " alarm clock " episode. Mr. Saddler re- ceives a plaque from Pres. Miller. " Let ' s get this over with! " The processional begins. Opposite page: Degrees are conferred upon the graduate students. " How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place. " Whew! It ' s over. " Excedrin Headache 1029. Former Dean Smith addresses grad- uates. 21 8 BALL IN THE SIDE POCKET 22 Clockwise from the top: Get up and boogie! Oh no! I Charged that to the wrong budget number! " What do you want you ugly thing? " Mail ' s up! Do not cash checks. . . Opposite page: Anybody for bridge? Well I never...! May I have your at- tention please? Siamese twins?! Ho hum - another day. Vv «i 23 gripes Senate tinguis " The general purpose of the STU- DENT SENATE shall be to promote stu- dent government and responsibility, to work for the betterment of Union College by providing opportunity for cooperation between the student body and the administration and faculty of the college, and to advance stu- dent welfare. " This year ' s Senate strove to a- chieve these goals under the leader- ship of President Michael Napier. Members participated on standing ad- ministrative committees of the col- lege; they discussed all pertinent business including student ideas, and suggestions at their open weekly meeting. Special projects handled by the included the faculty evaluation by students, and the presentation of the Dis- hed Faculty Award on Honors Day. This year ' s STUDENT CENTER BOARD made sure that there was something to do around here!!! They organized both formal and informal dances including a Halloween Party- Dance, a Valentine ' s dance and a Christmas dance, they presented movies twice a month, and they sponsored two concerts. In addition to these activities the Center Board held our all night party in the fall, and they sponsored bus tours to Natural Bridge and Mammoth Caves. Pictured at top are Senate members D. Compton, Dean Mays, L. Chavies, D. Ison, Pres- ident M. Napier, J. Thompson, J. Emmel , B. Milone, L. Moore, D. Blevins, A. Works. Pictured at left center are Center Board members S. Marshall, R. Thomsen, President D. Dobo, P. McCoy and Mr. Clark. ALL THOSE IN FAVOR... 24 hJ Clockwise from the top: Sophomore class officer - Pete McCoy (Pres.), Terri Kriviski (V-Pres.), Julie Hirn (Treas.), Carol Pfeister (Sec). Freshman class officers - Mike Goss (Treas. ) Judy Hines (Sec), Don Crane (Pres.), David Blevins (Stu- dent Senate Rep.). Junior class officers - Randy Pence (V-Pres.), Randy Conley (Pres.). Senior class officers - Donna Dobo (Sec), Don Vinyard (Pres.), Carolyn Madigan, Becky Culp (Treas.). Insert— Diane I bold (V-Pres.). 25 SERVE, HONOR, This year the GIRL ' S SERVICE SORORITV had to join ranks with the men of PUB so that they could retain their status as a service organization. Some of the ser- vice activities that they participated in included working at the Boone Manor Nursing home, helping with the flood clean-up, helping at home track and field meets, and watching children at the Methodist Church. Pictured below are: R. Abner, T. Kriviski (Pres.), C. Pfister, G. Bullock, D. Ellis, N. Crouch, J. Ashman, L. Yinger, T. Turner, D. Yahne. IOTA SIGMA NU recognizes honor students by uniting them in an organization which encourages high ideals, promotes diligence in study, and rewards excellence in scholarship. Each May the group hosts an initiation ban- quet. Pictured above are the members of the society who were present at the 1977 banquet. Under the sponsorship of Dr. Dwight Stewart the MILESIANS or- ganized activities that would stimulate interest in philosophy. This year they invited several guest speakers to come and share their experiences with our cam- pus community. Pictured at right are Milesians Hres. Richard Shelby, Dr. Stewart, Ruth Hizer, and V. Pres. Roberta Taylor. SfiPiii • wJvt BBil Wm JB 1 BhL W " ' Ik? ■ a 1 Cy T JIt a W 11m w 1 U , m J F HL.i f m 26 PI UPSILON BETA (PUB) exists to foster a deeper appreciation of culture, fraternal ism and charity among the men of Union. This year the club reorganized under the leadership of President Bear Steele. Club members pictured below are E. Hammell , F. Mossbrucker, Sponsor L. Inkster, S. Johnson, R. Hill, E. Grover, M. Lindsey, J. Wilson, S. Jones, D. Hinkle and T. Lawson. The purpose of the GAMMA BETA PHI National Honor Society is to encour- age scholastic effort and reward academic merit, to stand for and promote worthy character and high ideals, and to improve education through appropriate service pro- jects. Members of this year ' s group strove to achieve these goals under the leadership of President Gordon Long. Pictured at left: C. Rose, J. Edwards , P. McCoy, S. Cornett, L. Parti n, J. Moody, L. Chavies, J. Hines, C. Leonard, P. Danridge, J. Hirn, Dr. L. Woody (sponsor), S. Wag- ner, D. Wagner, D. Dobo, B. Phipps, B. Thompson, and J. Doller. OBEY 27 COMMUTING CREW Thomas M. Barf i eld; Jr. Karen Sue Brown; Jr. Glenn Crisostomo; Fr. Anna Evans; Fr. James T. Foley; Fr. Robert Godden; Soph. George Haslam; Soph. Patty Hatfield; Soph. Cathy Helton; Fr. Delora Hubbs; Soph. Timothy Jerome Johnson; Jr. Jeanne Ann Lee; Fr. Terri Lumpkins; Soph. Alan D. MacMunn; Soph. n?n 28 Deborah Lynn Mills; Soph, Donna Faye Mills; Jr. Charles W. Nunley; Soph. Teresa Parrot; Jr. Beverly Parsons; Jr. Sherry Lynn Reeves; Soph. Kathryn L. Robbins; Jr. Janet Rose; Soph. Shirley Saunders; Fr. Bear Steele; Soph. Marc Throckmorton; Soph. Tim Throckmorton; Fr. Jeff Tingle; Jr. Anthony Todd; Jr. Lynn Turner; Soph. Jean Williamson; Fr. 29 iJ iBvMsh J Bs=slivr:-:-: hi sHH , IS s5SsH3£-K- X-5 In • fe B K ■■■1 30 I ■■ PFEIFFER HALL LAKESIDE MANOR STEVENSON HALL COLLEGE COURTS Section Editor: Nancy Johnson 31 WHERE THE BOYS AREN ' T Pfeiffer Hall was built in 1942 with a gift from the estate of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfeiffer of New York City. In 1960 the north wing was added to accommodate the growing number of women students. Several improvements have been made in the dormitory this year. The Parents Association purchased a new couch for the downstairs lounge as well as recovering several of the old love seats. AWS purchased a television and had new curtains made for the upstairs lounge. This year there were 123 women residing in the dormitory. Cheryl Alvis; Jr. Julie Ashman; Soph. Joyce L. Bain; Fr. Cindy Belseth; Soph. Janie Blevins; Soph. Darlene Compton; Soph. Ruth Ann Cook; Soph. Lenny Craft; Soph. 32 Mrs. D. Harwood, Dormitory Director Ms. C. Schulze, Asst. Dorm. Director Mrs. L. Robbins, Campus Nurse Mrs. D. Mays, Dean of Students Nan Crouch; Fr. Pat Danridge; Fr. Barbara Duricko; Soph. Carolyn England; Soph. Debbie Estes; Soph. Teresa Foley; Jr. Karen Leigh Fulks; Soph. Marilyn Mae Goldblatt; Fr. Ruth Ann Qover; Fr. Doretta Hale; Soph. Brenda Lee Harris; Fr. Judy Hines; Fr. 33 Julie Hirn; Soph. Polly Howard; Soph. Shelley Lynne Howard; Jr Nancy June Johnson; Soph Sharon Jones; Fr. Kim Jufer; Jr. Terri Kriviski; Soph Lee Lance; Fr. Beverly Lenzer; Soph. Cathy A. Leonard; Soph. Kim. 0. Lewanowicz; Soph Kathy Ann Lewis; Soph. Pfeiffer Hall Residents: Adelaide Parsons, Sarah Dingus, Donna Dobo 34 Darita Ann Liford; Fr. Anna Middleton; Jr. Regina Miller; Jr. Sheba A, Miracle; Soph. Dena Newman; Fr. Patricia J. Parker; Soph. Susan Parrish; Fr. Linda Partin; Fr. Carol J. Pearce; Jr. Brenda Phipps; Fr. Rita Powell ; Jr. Jane Rausch; Fr. Cynthia Rogers; Soph, Coleen Rose; Soph. Patty Carter; Soph. Sherroid Cornett; Jr. RESIDENTS: MISSION IMPOSSIBLE MAN IN THE HALL Vicki Saylor; Jr. Melanie Shaw; Soph. Carolyn Simpson; Fr. Rudo Sitole; Jr. Nell Slemp; Jr. Mackelene Smith; Soph. Glenda Snodgrass; Jr. Mary Sweetapple; Soph. Susie Swisshelm; Jr. Roberta Gale Taylor; Jr. Dianne Therrien; Soph. Mary Tinsley; Jr. 36 Rhonda S. Tyler; Soph. Delia Marie Wagner; Jr. Stella Louise Wagner; Jr. Phyllis Wells; Soph. Lisa Williamson; Soph. Rhonda Jo Wilson; Jr. Diane Wright; Fr. Laura J. Yinger; Fr. 37 WOMEN IN ACTION Cwens is a national honor and service society of sophomore women. The Phi chapter at Union was started 14 years ago. This year Cwens is undergoing a transition to become a coed honor and service society for sophomores, and the organization ' s name has been changed to Lambda Sigma. During this year the Phi chapter has sponsored a faculty children ' s Christmas party and several projects to stimulate interest and involvement in Lambda Sigma by the freshman class. Pictured below standing: Mrs. Bunny Lockett (Advisor), Debbie Ison (Sec- retary), Nancy Johnson (Treasurer), Mr. Henry Barton (Advisor), Miss Judith Jennings (Advisor) Roberta Taylor (Jr. Advisor), Adelaide Parsons (Sr. Advisor), Coleen Rose, Patricia Parker, Mackelene Smith, Nell Slemp. Sitting: Debbie Estes, Regina Miller, Paula Long (President) Not Pictured: Rhonda Tyler (Vice President), Bev Lenzer, Marsha Gray. 38 Every resident of Pfeiffer is a member of the Association of Women Students. AWS helps improve dorm conditions, maintains order, and gives women a chance to express their opinions. Each fall AWS sponsors ig Sis - Little Sis Week " to make the new freshmen women feel wel- come and to help them adjust to college life. During this year AWS had several parties and made some improvements in the dormitory furnishings. AWS Officers: Pres. Ade- laide Parsons, Treas. Nancy Johnson, V-Pres. Cheryl Alvis, and Sec. Reva Abner. 39 WAY OVER YONDER Lakeside Residence Hall was built in 1964. It is located past the baseball field near the brick yard ponds, and so is sometimes referred to as the off-campus dormitory. This year it housed 46 men. Danny T. Adams; Fr. Charles Akins; Fr. Larry Blair; Fr. Joseph L. Boswell; Soph. Lakeside Manor Residents: Randy Batten, Pete McCoy, Bob Mi lone. 40 Steve Broughton; Fr. Randy Conley; Jr. William S. Dalton II; Fr. John Doller; Fr. Peter Fougner; Jr. Ronald Harrison; Soph. Tom Johnson; Soph. Donald L. Jones; Soph. Pete McCoy, Soph. Edward P. Milano; Fr. Steven Marshall ; Fr. Temory K. Masoud; Fr. 41 whos MAD ? Robert Mi lone; Soph. Dennis Nabozny; Jr. Glenn Nichols; Fr. Richard Preston; Soph. Danny Wayne Qui 11 en; Soph Pasiente Robert; Fr. James Schilt; Soph. Mahmood Zarei; Fr. 42 Mu Alpha Delta is the youngest fra- ternity on campus. It was organized this fall by a group of Lakeside Resi- dents in an effort to bring students closer together and apathy. Throughout to prevent student the year MAD spon- sored several dances and concerts. With the enthusiasm of pole climbers Ed Cliff Cooper MAD the fall Roman Merkel , Ed Milano and won first place in Holiday. Pictured above are MAD members Bob Milone, Steve Broughton, Danny Qui 1 1 en , Nell Slemp, Philip Howard, Barb Duricko, Scott Krakauer, Mike Dungan, Bob Rovere and Glenn Nichols. 43 STEVENSON HALL HAS IT ALL Stevenson Hall was built in 1907 with funds from the estate of Mrs. Fanny Speed. The Dormitory was named after Dr. Daniel Stevenson, past president of Union College. Originally the dormitory housed 65 men. In 1956 two wings were added and this year it accommodated 84 men as well as faculty offices. Robert J. Adams; Soph. David Ammerman; Fr. Daniel W. Armstrong; Soph. Robert Beck; Soph. Mark A. Carter; Jr. Donald Crane; Fr. Durkee Davidson; Fr. Harry Davis; Fr. Joseph C. Emmel ; Jr. Michael Fitchett; Jr. Oscar Goins; Soph. Alfred Gordon; Soph. 44 Jim Hammel ; Jr. Rick Hill; Soph. Danny Hinkle; Soph. Steven P. Johnson; Soph Frederick Jones; Jr. Solomon Kelly; Jr. 45 Thomas 0. Lawson; Soph. Larry Michael Ledford; Fr Mike Lindsay; Soph. Johnny Logan; Jr. Scott Martin; Fr. •Jim Moody; Fr. Frederick A. Mossbrucker; Fr G. David Pease; Fr. Steven Rose; Soph. Jake Ross; Jr. Philip P. Thomas; Fr. Bradley Thompson; Soph Stevenson Hall Residents: Charlie Zigler, Tony Auzenne. Not pictured: Jim Hammell . 46 DORM RECREATION Thorn Thompson; Soph. Rudolf 0. Thomsen; Soph. Mike Vizoco; Soph. Jeff Walker; Jr. Kevin Watkins; Jr. Aaron Works; Soph. Joe Pronchick; Jr. Jesse Moore; Fr. 47 HIGH ON HUMANITIES The Department of Languages, the Division of Social Sci- ences, the Department of Business and Economics, and the Department of Education maintain faculty offices in C wing of Stevenson Hall . One of the advantages of a small college is the relation- ship between faculty and students. Classes are usually small, so the faculty members have more time to devote to the students. Faculty members also make contributions to campus by acting as advisors to organizations, helping to sponsor activities and bringing special speakers to the campus. Dr. W. Gordon Marigold Professor of Languages Head, Department of Languages Mr. Billy M. Stallcup Associate Professor of English Dr. Lester G. Woody Associate Professor of English Dr. Gail Garloch Associate Professor of English Dr. Jan M. Finkel Assistant Professor of English Dr. Judith Jennings Assistant Professor of History Mr. Larry D. Klein Assistant Professor of History Mr. Richard Lockett Instructor 1n Political Science Experiential Education Counselor " 49 Dr. Deri! K. Mays Chairman, Division of Social Science; Head, Department of Behavioral Science; Professor of Psychology Dr. John H. Boyd Professor of Education x oO Dr. Charles W. Simms Professor of Education f m THE BUSINESS fr ' teK ' 50 Dr. Mohamed Dabbagh Head, Department of Business Associate Professor of Economics Mr. Joe G. Thomas Instructor of Business Adminis- tration; Experiential Education Counselor Mr. J. C. Newport Assistant Professor of Business AT HAND 51 APPLE CORP EXPLORES FRUITS OF CULTURE The Appalachian Semester is an opportunity for students from Union College and other col- leges throughout the nation to fully explore and study the Appalachian region - its culture, problems and strengths. The Appalachian Se- mester Program attempts to bring the Appalachian culture to the campus through presentations, workshops, and the Cumberland River Dogwood Arts Festival . a -J psppspftfl ra J» ' i P i fij Ki 1 K, 9 ' Ajk f mu 15 % ■£ M Clockwise from the top: Susan Oliver demonstrates the art of quilting. Appalachian music comes alive! Spring semester students; Mary McGarity, Jill Jackson, Jenny Poland, Ruth Webb, Rhonda Wilson. Opp. page center: Kim Schroerlucke shows her style. Fall semester students; Tracy Watson, Jill Perry, Kathy Kinney, Linda McDermott, Ray O ' Brien, Debra Ness, Mary Wagner, Stella Kyriakakis, Janet Bridgewater, Peggy Greenleaf, Liz Carter, Kim Schroeolucke, Mary E. Newport, Susan Oliver, Pat Hogan, Linda Boyd, Lisa Klieback, Lucy Greve, -Steve Downey, Claudia Zundel , Abby Schneider. 52 Mr. W. Sherman Oxendine Coordinator, Appalachian Semester Associate Professor of History Mr. Robert Wilson, Jr. Assistant Professor of Sociology Mr. L. James Cox Assistant Professor of Social Work; Campus Director of ALCOR Dr. Robert Bryant Professor of Sociology Mr. Kenneth Winter Coordinator, Appalachian Regional Studies Program Elizabeth Harris Secretary, Department of Social Work 53 TODAY AND TOMORROW Both the Offices of Career Planning and Ex- periential Education can be great aids to stu- dents in shaping their future. Career Counselors assist students in making decisions for careers and academic studies. The Career Planning Office offers a Placement Service to aid graduating students. The Office of Experiential Education can help students gain valuable work and learning exper- ience through independent study, internships and actual job situations. Dr. Dale K. Myers Director, Experiential Education Associate Professor of Chemistry Mr. Edward H. Black Director, Career Planning and Placement Ms Denise Cope Career Counselor Brenda Doty, Rita Brooks Secretaries 54 Aaron Goldman; Fr. Carol Pence; Jr. Randy Pence; Jr. David H. Vance; Jr. The College Courts were built in 1954 to accommodate the married cou- ples attending Union College. The funds for the Courts came from Arthur Davis, a businessman who be- came interested in Union College through the efforts of Dr. Boatman. In 1964 the College Courts were expanded, and this year it accommo- dates 31 families. THE TWO OF US 55 PHYSICAL EDUCAT ION BU ILD ING Section Editor: Rhonda Tyler 57 Miss Frances Patridge Chairman, Division of Applied Science; Associate Professor of Health, Physical Education and Recreation Dr. Paul Moore Head, Department of Health and Physical Education; Director of Athletics; Professor of Health and Physical Education Mrs. Mildred Hacker Assistant Professor of Health, Physical Education and Recreation Women ' s Volleyball and Basketball Coach Mr. Larry Inkster Instructor in Health, Physical Education and Recreation ill 1 9 fly PHYS. ED. IS. . . 58 Cedric Atkins Coach of Track and Field and Cross Country Ray Spahn Coach of Swim Team » 4 . [fj ' :, The Physical Education Building, commonly called the gym, is my home. My Bulldogs dribble basketball s swim laps, spike volleyballs, practice tennis serves, lift weights, run laps, and learn sports strategy here. Professors in the fields of Health, Physical Education and Recreation have maintained offices on the first floor. Classes in the above men- tioned areas plus history, English and education use the upstairs classrooms for academic activi- ties. In addition to the usual sports events that take place in the gym, this year ' s Home- cominc) Banquet, Cabaret, and Center Board con - certs were held here too. 59 NEW SPORT AT UNION The fall of 1976 saw a new sports power emerge. The Union College Soccer Club, under the sponsorship of Dr. Jean Shelton, made an im- pressive showing in its first season. The club captured third place in the Seventh Annual Ken- tucky Intercollegiate Soccer Tournament and finished the season with an overall record of 4 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie. Team members hope that soccer will one day be recognized as a varsity sport here at Union. Pictured right: Mohan Chilikuri Ed Diamond, Ahmad Zarie, Mi lone, Ed Milano, John Doller, Amir Sepantair, Mohammed Essapour, Tony Palmieri, Jeff Tingle, Victor Morris, Shariar Zargham, Kambiz Sohra- bian, Tim Hotel ing, Cliff Cooper, Danny Quillen. Not pictured: Pasiente Robert, Mahmood Zarie, Masoud Teimoury, Jim Schilt, Rick Preston Steve Broughton, Sheba Miracle, Manager. Patrick , Ashley Dew, Dieter, Bob 4 60 The 1976-77 Bullfrogs, while un- able to use the pool for the greater part of the season, boasted an unde- feated season as well as first place in the KIAC. This year ' s team was made-up pri- marily of sophomores and freshmen. Returning from last year were team captain Pete McCoy, Mary Sweetapple, Terri Kriviski, Carol Pfister, Joe Emmel , all sophomores, and junior Mark Dugan. New swimmers were fresn- man Dave Pease and junior Mike Fitchett. McCoy and Sweetapple lead the team in scoring followed closely by Dugan and Pease. Kriviski and Pfister rounded out the team with the diving. On the whole Coach Ray Spahn was pleased with the team ' s performance as well as the attitude of the team members. Congratulations Bullfrogs] BULLFROGS WIN KIAC 61 THIRD IN KWIC Women ' s athletics opened its 1976 season with volleyball. The thirteen member team, including captain and co-captain Barb Fleming and Terri Kriviski, finished with a record of 4 wins, 9 losses. The women finished third losing to Georgetown in the consolation game in the KWIC Tournament held November 12 and 13 at Bellarmine College, Louisville, Ky. This year ' s team mem- bers were Barb Fleming, Terri Kriviski, Debbie Helton, Kim Schroerlucke, Theresa McMonagle, Gayle Bullock, Carol Pfister, Debbie Ellis, Jackie Logue, Rhonda Wilson, Mary Sweetapple, Pam Buttery, Pat Danridge, and manager Rhonda Tyler. Mrs. Mildred Hacker coached the team. Clockwise from the top: Kim prepares to serve. A bump pass saves the day. A great save by Kim. Gayle returns a hit; Debbie looks on. Gayle spikes it on the opponent. Plans are made to slaughter the oppo- nent. 62 In competition with NCAA and NAIA ranked col- leges Union ' s Cross Country team compiled a record of 1 and 4. Harrier Ed Diamond was the team ' s leading scorer. In a conference meet at Bellarmine he and Ed Hammell, Dan Armstrong and Artis Ashley placed. in the top 50 of 120 com- petitors. Team members pictured above are Manager Rosalie Brooks, Mike Lindsay, Don Crane, Ed Hammell and Coach Cedric Atkins. ON THE MOVE 63 mTi- ft isAvavMx The 1976-77 basketball season saw Union tie for third place in the K.I.A.C. with a 4-9 record. For the first time in five years the Bulldogs got the home court ad- vantage for the opening round of the K.I.A.C. playoffs. Union beat Campbellsville 81-69 before losing to Pikeville 109-91 in the second round. Union compiled a disappointing 6-23 overall record, losing their first fifteen straight. Junior Mike Sammons was again the team ' s leading scorer, while freshman Durkee Davidson led the squad in rebounds. Sammons was named all K.I.A.C. and all N.A.I. A. Graduating lettermen this year were: Paul Peck, for- ward; Al Gordon, forward; Fred Jones, forward; Steve Jones center; Bill Peebles, forward. BULLDOGS REACH 64 Clockwise from top center: " O ' kay Q Coach, I got it. " Hey man don ' t jump so high. Steve gets another tip in. Durkee stands ' ready to defend. Fred goes up for 2! Steve stops that one. MAC SEMI-FINALS 65 GO, GO, GO, GO! " Through rain and snow and sleet did their best to yell, yell, yell. They are the 1977 Union College With great vitality Cheryl Alvis, Melanie Shaw, Delia Wagner, Stell Laura Yinger cheered the Bulldog tory; with loyal backing the girls Bulldogs in defeat. The added Bulldog Darlene Compton made the sq and hell they " Who ' s they? Cheerleaders. Dodie Hale, a Wagner and s onto vic- supported the enthusiasm of uad complete. id Gf Clockwise from the top: Butch goes in the backdoor. Look at me, I ' m open. Mike at the line. Defense! !! Fight team, fight! Hello, honey! 66 Clockwise from the top: Please don ' t fall in. Butch that ' s a no-no, (Stevie, N.A., N.A.!). Sammons over the defender for 2 Scott on the break. Sink it, Steve! Bosom buddies. Ready. . .OK. . . 67 LADY BULLDOGS IMPROVE The women ' s basketball team coached by Cedric Atkins and Mildred Hacker ended their 1976-77 season with a record of 6 wins and 12 losses. In KWIC tournament action they fell to Centre College 61-44. Despite the final record the women played stronger and tougher games this year. Highlights of the season included an 8 point win over Alice L ' loyd (in overtime), and defeating Kentucky Wesleyan (on their home court) 101-18. Team members were D. Helton, T. Kriviski, J. Bain, B. Fleming, T. Foley, T. McMonagle, K. Schroerlucke, M. Sweetapple, and D. Yahne. D. Compton and R. Tyler were manager and score- keeper respectively. ■1 2 ' S. 5 ' . 2 J,. 2,0. o o 44 14 68 From the top: Bulldogs score again. Debbie goes up for the jump ball. Will it fall in??? Barb goes up for two. The Bulldogs go down the court for the fast break. Debbie and Theresa man the defense. Time out for a few words of wisdom from Cedric. Opp. Page: McMonagle at the line for 1 and 1. 69 The baseball team finished the 1977 season with an overall record of 10 and 16 and a conference record of 9 and 10. Coach Larry Inkster was named NAIA District 32 Coach of the Year. Freshman Earl Grover led the team in batting with a .352 aver- age. Senior Dave Langham, Athlete of the Year, led the team in home runs with 8. Team members inclu- ded: Robert Angstadt, Rob Cronin, Harry Davis, Oscar Goins, Earl Grover, Eddie Harris, John Hen- sley, Rick Hill, Steve Johnson, Langham, Ed Mi- lano, Fred Mossbrucker, Barkley Parsley, David Pease, Glen Proffitt, Paul Sizemore, Thorn Thomp- son, Ed Walker, and Jeff Walker. Managers were Joe Pronchick and Jake Ross. 1 Br H RZ Bflk % - ' 1 70 PLAY BALL 71 DEUCE! GO! With only three returning members, Union ' s young golf team placed fifth in the Asbury Invitational Tournament. Captain Jeff Tingle placed seventh in district competition and ninth in the conference in a field of 45 golfers. Team members were Tingle, Tony Auzenne, Danny Hinkle, Charles Black, Tom Lawson, Steve Sturgill, and Ed Walker. A new coach and a young tennis team showed much determination and worked hard. Although their record didn ' t show it, the team expects a much better sea- son next year with most of the team re- turning. Team members were Mohan Chi 1 - ikuri, Glenn Crisostomo, Mike Goss, Ron Harrison, Steve Jones, Scott Magato, Tony Todd, and Coach Mahamed Dabbagh. 72 FORE! GO! ' The Bulldog track team held the annual Union Invitational Tournament, Saturday, April 16, 1977. Par- ticipating schools were Berea, Northwood of Indiana, and As- bury. Fred Jones was high scorer. Track team members included: D. Armstrong, D. Crane T. Davis, E. Diamond, S. Kelly, M. Lindsay, J. Moody, M. Smith, D. Span, B. Thompson, and C. Zigler. R. Brooks, D. Compton, R. Abner, and L. Turner were the managers. The team was coached by Cedric At- kins who was named coach of the year in the KIAC. 73 74 -ill 75 i - .m - m i=i X - ' ■; ' ■ ' ' wB Bi ■ x ' it 1 ' " 41 Bl jp ■■ is 1|5 THE CLASSROOM BU ILD I NG TYE HOUSE MILLER SCIENCE CENTER F INE ARTS BU ILD I NG DRAMAT IC ARTS CENTER CONWAY BOATMAN CHAPEL THE LIGHTHOUSE Section Editors: Debbie Estes Julie Hirn 77 In 1975 our Classroom Building was placed on the National Register for Historic Places and Sites. Since that time a renovation-restoration program has been in progress; this year students and faculty witnessed the installation of a new sprinkler system and the remodeling of the second floor. Hopefully the program will be completed by our college ' s centennial year, 1979. Mrs. Ronda Sturgill Faculty Secretary Mr. Ronald Hoffman Director, Learning Resource Center Mrs. Carolyn Long LRS Secretary 78 Dr. Robert Matthews Head, Department of Religion and Philosophy; Professor of Religion Ms. Karl a Kay Smith Assistant Professor of Education Mrs. Mary Mam ' s Instructor of Business Ms. Paula Hammons Instructor in Office Administration AN OLD BUILDING WITH NEW IDEAS 79 9! tftfc NOB MB A i DlftB College life is not totally ori- entated toward scholarly activities. The men of Mu Omega Beta, and the women of its sister sorority, Beta Chi Alpha, are proof of this. Each organization promotes unity and fellowship among its members, and strives to create an atmosphere con- ducive to building long lasting friendships. Participating in the Daniel Boone Festival and Roman Holiday pro- viding a cake baking and decorating service, holding pledging, and giving their annual Spring Presen- tation Ball kept the sisters of BXA very busy this year. The brothers of MOB participated in the Daniel Boone Festival and Roman Holiday. During the fall they conducted rigorous activities for their pledge class. Pictured above: M. Vizoco, K. Corri- gan, B. Beck, J. Schwantes, J Rack, F. Thatcher, Pres. R. Kierspe, Bob Angstadt, T. Thompson. At left: B. Lenzer, J. Woolum, K. Jufer, T. J. Mobley, B. Duricko, Sherry Reaves, D. Hale, Pres. L. Lyle, R. Brooks, R. Kawadza, M. Shaw. liS Jim Akin with The Circle K Club exists to serve the Union College and Barbourville City communities. This year club members % served as waiters at the Daniel Boone Festival ' s Pancake f ' N Breakfast, held a Christmas party for exceptional children, and gave the children at the Pentecostal Children ' s Home an Easter party. Club advisor Charlie Dibble assisted President Hammell and members - Joe Pronchick, Regina Miller, Paula Long, Charlie s, David Ammerman, David Blevins, Lisa De Bra, Coleen Rose, and Steve Rose - all these activities. Pictured above center: Ed Hammell donated blood to Medic when their bloodmobile visited campus. Mr. Larry Inkster enjoyed the attentions of BXA pledges, Delia and Stella Wagner, during the sororities pledge week. ORGANIZATIONS ON THE MOVE 81 WHAT ' S COOKING Our Dining Hall , loc- cated in the Classroom Building, served stu- dents, faculty and staff this year. Early risers for breakfast were few and far between yet a line formed as early as 10:45 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. for lunch and supper respectively. Special meals including an ori- entation picnic, a Thanksgiving Dinner and several banquet spreads highlighted the year ' s usual cafeteria fare. Pictured below: Mr. Robert Wainscott, Dining Hall Manager. m , 82 Ruth Hensley; Jr. Susan Howard; Jr. Debbie Ison; Soph, Union ' s Home Management House, known as Tye House, is the home of four to six co-eds. Assistant Profes- sor of Home Economics, Miss Mary Alice Lay, has an of- fice here. The Home Economics Club meets on Monday evenings and is open to anyone interested in home economics. Pro- grams and activities are sponsored to promote campus and community involvement. Programs included fashion shows and arts and crafts demonstrations. The Home Ec- onomics Club has served Union for thirty years. Club members pictured above are V. Pres. J. Rose, Miss Lay, Pres. P. Johnson, D. Ison, Sec. K. Grubb, P. Carter, Treas. S. Fannon, J. Hirn and K. Lewis. te HOME AWAY FROM HOME 83 WVffasa Abigail E. Weeks Memorial Library houses over 65,000 volumes. Annual gifts from parents, alumni and friends greatly enhance this col- lection. Built in 1941 to aid the students in achieving academic ex- cellence, it remains as a center for research and learning. I 1 ill ' 1 gga ; Mr. James McFerrin Head Librarian Mrs. Virginia Saddler Assistant Librarian 84 Mrs. Mary Lockett Reference Librarian 85 LEARN TO DISCOVER Since opening its doors in May 1973 the Mahlon Miller Science Center has served our cam- pus well. Students and faculty have access to large classrooms, well equipped laboratories, a science library, and a movie and lecture room. Professors in the departments of Education and Natural Sciences have their offices here. Dr. Robert Simpson Chairman, Division of Natural Science; Associate Professor of Mathematics Dr. Lawrence Johnson Associate Professor of Chemistry Dr. Chilukuri Santaram Associate Professor of Math and Physics Mr. Clevis Carter Assistant Professor of Physical Science Dr. Floyd Scott Assistant Professor of Biology Mr. Stephen Wo ire Assistant Professor of Biology (Not Pictured) Mr. Henry Barton Assistant Professor of Environ- mental Studies Mrs. Phyllis Thomas Instructor in Math and Science WHAT ' S ON Dr. Arthur Hafner Head, Department of Education Sister Mary Gemma Harlow Associate Professor of Education Dr. Stanley Swartz Associate Professor of Special Education Dr. Lois Hirst Associate Professor of Education YOUR MIND? Dr. Jean Shelton Visiting Professor of Education Dr. Dwight Stewart Associate Professor of Philosophy Pictured at left are members of the Modern Culture Study Club. This group presents films and sponsors discussions to enrich campus life. Mr. Leo Dontchos Head, Department of Fine Arts Assistant Professor of Music Dr. David Jackson Assistant Professor of Music Mr. Allan Green Chairman, Division of Humanities Associate Professor of Music Mr. Jack Clay Instructor in Music f%£ m 0 mat wit mm 1 B i VB ] A mmmm ■ YOUNG ARTISTS 90 Clockwise from the top: Union College and guest choirs prepare for " Messiah " performance. PLAYLIKERS terest in the theatre. sored this year ' s Monte Members pictured are: Randy Conley, Carolyn fosters in- They spon- Carlo Night. Debbie Estes, Madigan, Terri Lumpkins, Steve Broughton, Paula Diane Long, Pres. Kim Price, Bob Adams, Glenn Nichols. Mrs. Patricia Dontchos, Professor of Speech and Drama. Union College Stage Band presents an outdoor concert. U. C. Stage Company performs. Opposite is PHI MU ALPHA SYMPHONIA, the coed music fraternity at Union. Their purpose is to promote music ap- pretiation throughout the community. Members pictured are: Pres. Aaron Works, Glenn Cotterell , Rudy Thomsen, Becky Culp, Jackie Sellards, Robert Long, John Doller, Sandy Hash, Ade- laide Parsons, Dennis Nabozny, Don Crane, Sponsor Leo Dontchos, Janet Rose. Inserted: members Jack Clay and Bob Long. 91 NOW PERFORMING Clockwise from the top: Cheryl Alvis (Aman- da) with Shelley Howard (Laura) in " The Glass Menagerie. " Deloria Smith (Miller ' s Daughter) and Danny Quillen (Rumplestilt- skin) in " Rumplestiltskin. " Members of the Wisconsin Mime Company perform a scene en- titled " Three Sisters. " Kim Price (Anita), Ron Aaron Works (Riff), and Pat Hollett (Tony) in " West Side Story. " K. Price (Shen Te) and Victor Morris (Yang Sun) in " The Good Woman of Setzuan. " Opposite page: Union College Choir. Students in the Interpretive Reading Class present a finale. Members of the Stage Band play their horns. P. Hollett (Jim), Terri Lumpkins (Amanda), Kathy De- Groff (Laura) and Randy Pence (Tom) in " The Glass Menagerie. " Hold 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 And the beat goes on. 92 93 FAITH IN ACTION , Rev. Raymond Gibson Campus Minister IKIAI MAN (I I A I ' LL CHAPEL SERVICES TUESDAY, FEB, 15 1 0=20 A M S.C. THEATRE CO. « THURSDAY FEB, 17 m : 7n a M g=r SE RVICE OF THANKSGIVING FOR JIM THOMPSON 94 Union College is fortunate to have on campus the beautiful Conway Boatman Chapel. Chapel services are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Once a week a guest speaker is present; Reverend Gibson preaches at the other service. Two lecture series are presented here an- nually, the Wilson-Gross Lecture Series in the fall and in the spring the Staley Lec- tures. Concerts, recitals, and convocations are a few of the other events that also take place in the chapel . " The Religious Life Center, • commonly called The Lighthouse, was a new addition to the campus this past year. The building, which had been around for some time, was renovated and remodeled. Open to all mem- bers of the college community, it is a place for relaxation, studying and sharing. The eighty-five year old OXFORD CLUB sponsored by Rev. Gibson and Dr. Matthews, provided opportunities for students to dis- cuss and get involved with issues of faith and religion. Activities sponsored by club members this past year included a Fall and Spring retreat, a Fast for World Harvest, a slide presentation of the Holy Land (courte- sy of Dr. Matthews), and projects to raise funds for the Wesley Chapel in England. They also cared for the school flag. A new organization, THE LIGHTHOUSE SING- ERS, began its activities last September. Rev. and Mrs. Gibson sponsored the group; Jo Ann Davis proved to be a capable presi- dent. The group witnessed for Christ, and Union College through song and personal testimony. Invitations were accepted through out all of Kentucky; one important one was to the Kentucky Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. The club members raised enough money for outfits, music, and began a fund to purchase a bus. 95 MOUNTAIN VALLEY INSURANCE 96 SPEED HALL MAINTENANCE BU I LD I NG ADVERT ISORS Ad Design: Randy Conley 97 Dr. Mahlon Miller, President of the College. Mrs. Laura Miller chats with an interested parent. Mr. Char- les Saddler, Assistant to the Presi- dent and Development Officer. Mrs. Sue Carr, Secretary to the Presi- dent. FROM THE DESK OF 98 Clockwise from the top: Mr. Saddler receives recognition from Alumni President, Mr. William Fall. Dr. Robert E. Rose, Vice President for Academic Affairs. Mrs. Linda Size- more, Secretary, Graduate Affairs; Mrs. Judy Finkel, Secretary, Aca- demic Affairs. Dr. Warren Robbins, Asst. Vice President for Graduate Affairs. Dr. Rose chats with Mrs. Pat Dontchos. 99 NOW HONEY . . . 100 Mrs. Mary Walker, Execu- tive Secretary, Develop- ment office. Mr. Fred Stoop, Development Of- ficer. Mr. Milton Town- send, Vice President for College Relations and Development. Mr. Kevin McCullen, AIDP Coordin- ator. Opposite page: Mr. E. Edwin LeMaster, Registrar. Dean Doris Mays, Dean of Students. Mrs. Karen Inkster, Clerk-Typist, Registrars Office. Mrs. Freda New, Secretary, Office of Student Affairs. DEAR PARENT, 101 ANOTHER LOAN?!!! 102 DEAR ALUMNI, Clockwise from the top: Mrs. Catherine Singer, Director of Alumni Affairs. Mr. Charlie Dibble, Coordinator of Educational Outreach. Miss Mild- red Maggard, Student Loan Officer. Julie Hirn happily receives the 77-78 Alumni Scholarship on Honors Day. Ms Judy Gross, Secretary, Office of Alumni Affairs. Opposite page: Mrs. Loretta Cowan, Secretary, Office of Admissions. Mr. Robert Hall, Admissions Counselor. Ms Joy You- mans, Admissions Counselor. Mr. Bev A! ford, Director of Admissions. Ms Jo Ann Maybrier, Secretary, Office of Admissions. 103 STILL OWE $$$? 104 Clockwise from the top: Mr. Joe Hacker, Director of Data Processing Center and Assistant Pro- fessor of Business. Maintenance at work. 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Robertson Rev. Mrs. Raymond Gibson 1 19 1977 STESPEAN Carolyn Madigan, Editor Janet Rose, Ass ' t. Editor Jim Thompson, Business Manager TYPISTS Donna Dobo Brenda Doty Jakki Staggs Larry Blair Barbara Duricko Joe Emmel Dwanye Mack Floyd Mack Pete McCoy Mike Napier Glenn Nichols Randy Pence Coleen Rose Myra Watkins Sharon Jones 120 S7 aff SECTION EDITORS Randy Conley Debbie Estes Julie Hirn Nancy Johnson Rhonda Tyler PHOTOGRAPHERS Steve Gardner Aaron Goldman Debbie I son Terri Lumpkins Bob Mi lone Victor Morris, Dark Rm. Technician Rick Preston, Dark Rm. Technician Steve Rose Don Vinyard 121 STUDENT INDEX DEF Abner, Reva 93 Adams, Brenda 8 Adams, Danny 40 Adams, Marilyn 26 Adams, Robert 44, 85, 91 Akins, Charles 6, 15, 22, 29, 40, 81, 84, 95 Aldridge, Jane 93 AT vis, Cheryl 6, 14, 15, 17, 32, 66, 67, 92 Ammerman, David 14, 15, 37, 44, 56, 81 Angstadt, Robert 72, 80 Armstrong, Daniel 44, 63, 73, 93 Ashman, Julia 32 Auzenne, Anthony 8, 72, 74 Bailey, Sharon 8, 17 Bain, Joyce 32, 68, 74 Baker, Hubert 22 Barfield, Thomas 4, 28 Beck, Robert 6, 44, 80 Belseth, Cindy 32 Benge, Ronald 91 , 92, 93 Black, Charles 8, 72, 93 Blair, Lawrence 40 Blevins, David 24, 25, 57, 81 Blevins, Jane 3, 32 Boswell, Joseph 40, 93, 94, 95 Boyd, Linda 52 Bradway, Arnold 27 Bridgewater, Janet 52 Brooks, Rosalie 63, 80 Broughton, Steve 41, 43, 44, 91 Brown, Karen 28 Bryan, Rick 85 Buckner, Alice 39, 112 Bullock, Gail 6, 61, 62, 93 Buttery, Pamela 62 Carter, Elizabeth 52 Carter, Mark 44 Carter, Patty 35, 83 Chandler, Peggy 8, 26 Chavies, Linda 24, 27 Chilukuri, Mohan 8, 60, 72 Compton, Darlene 24, 32, 67 Conley, Randy 25, 40, 41, 91, 93, 121 Cook, Michael 29, 93 Cook, Ruth 32 Cooper, Cliff 43, 60 Coppock, John 6, 93 Cornett, Sherroid 27, 35 Corrigan, Kevin 80 Cotterell, Glenn 8, 49, 90, 93 Craft, Linda 32, 88 Crane, Don 25, 44, 63, 73, 90 Crisostomo, Glenn 28, 72, 73, 74 Cronin, Robert 7 Crouch, Dannette 33 Culp, Rebecca 8, 18, 25, 90, 93 Dalton, William 40, 41 Danridge Pat 33, 62, 93, 94 Davidson, Derwin 36, 44, 63, 64, 65, 75, 87 Davidson Jo Ann 8 Davis, Harry 44, 70, 71 Davis, Jo Ann 61 , 94, 95 DeBra, Lisa 81 DeGroff, Kathy 93 Dew, Ashley 60 Diamond, Edward 19, 60, 63, 73 Dingus, Sarah 9, 34 Doan, Otis 51 Dobo, Donna Jean 6, 9, 12, 16, 17, 18, 24, 25, 26, 27, 34, 112, 120 Doller, John 23, 27, 40, 60, 81, 90, 93 Dugan, Mark 4, 61 , 93 Duncan, Oliver 64 Dungan, Michael 43 Duricko, Barbara 33, 43, 80, 120 Edwards, John 27 Ellis, Debbie 62 Emmel, Joseph 14, 15, 44, 61, 93, 95 England, Carolyn 33, 45 Essapour, Mohammed 60 Estes, Deborah 19, 33, 38, 91, 93, 121 Evans, Anna 28 Fannon, Sally 83, 95 Fishburn, Mark 4, 18, 93 Fitchett, Michael 4, 37, 44, 61 Fleming, Barbara 62, 68, 69 Foley, James 28 Foley, Teresa 33, 68, 69 Fougner, Peter 41 Frauenpreis, Kim 3, 91, 92, 93 Fulks, Karen 33 Gardner, Steve 9, 17, 47 Godden, Robert 28 Goins, Oscar 4, 23, 44, 71 Goldblatt, Marilyn 33 Golden, Mary 93 Goldman, Aaron 55, 120 Goley, Patricia 2 Gordon, Alfred 36, 44, 64, 65, 66, 74 Goss, Michael 19, 25, 74 Gover, Ruth 33 Gray, Marsha 6, 13, 95 Greenleaf, Peggy 52 Greve, Lucy 52 Grover, Earl 27, 74 Grubb, Butch 64, 65, 66, 67, 75 Grubb, Karen 83 Guess, Michael 41 H Hale, Doretta 33, 67, 80 Hale, Natalie 9, 121 Hammell, Edward 9, 27, 56, 63, 81 Hammell, James 44, 45, 47, 81 22 Harbison, Susan 9 Harris, Brenda 23, 33 Harris, Eddie 71 Harris, Paul 95 Harrison, Ronald 4, 41, 72, 74 Hash, Sandra 90 Haslam, George 28 Hatfield, Patty 28 Heller, Mark 10 Helton, Cathy 28 Helton, Debora 62, 68 Hensley, John 70, 71 Hensley, Ruth 83 Hill, Richard 27, 45, Hines, Judith 25, 27, Hinkle, Danny 27, 45 Hirn, Julie 25, 27, 31, 33, 83, 94, 95, 103, 121 Hogan, Pat 52 Hollett, Patrick 90, Hoskins, Barbara 10, Hotel ing, Tim ' 30, 60 Howard, Susan 83 Howard, Philip 43 Howard, Polly 34 Howard, Shelley 6, 19 Hubbs, Delora 28 69, 74, 75 71 33 92. 26 93 34, 84, 92, 93 Ibold, Diane 10, 17 Ison, Debrah 24, 38, 83, 121 Jackson, Jill 52 Jenkins, Edward 93 Johnson, Nancy 14, 34, 38, 121 Johnson, Peggy 10, 83 Johnson, Steve 27, 45, 70, 71 Johnson, Tom 41 Johnson, Timothy 28, 95 Jones, Donald 41, 93, 95 Jones, Frederick 19, 45, 64 Jones, Janice 13 Jones, Sharon 31, 34, 120 Jones, Steven 10, 27, 64, 65, 67, 72, 73 Jufer, Kimberly 14, 15, 34 Lawson, Thomas 27, 46, 72 Ledford, Michael 46 Lee, Jeanne 22, 28 Lenzer, Beverly 34, 80 Leonard, Cathy 34 Lewanowicz, Kim 22, 34 Lewis, Kathy 34, 83 Li ford, Darita 35 Lindsay, Michael 27, 46, 63, 64, 73 Logan, John 6, 31 , 46, 64, 93 Logue, Jackie 62 Long, Paula 38, 81, 91 Long, Robert 18 , 90, 91 Lumpkins, Terri 28, 29, 91, 93, 121 Lyle, Lori 11 , 80 M MacMunn, Alan David 28 Mack, Floyd 22, 95 Madigan, Carolyn 4, 6, 11, 17, 26, 76, 120 Magoto, Scott 74 Marshall, Steven 22, 24, 28, 41, 93 Marsud, Teimsury 41 Martin, Scott 46, 64, 67 Mason, Vincent 64 McCoy, Pete 6, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 27, 41, 61, 120 McDermott, Linda 52 McGarity, Mary 52 McMonagle, Theresa 19, 62, 68, 69, 75 McNall, Peter 11 Merkle, Edward 4, 43, 95 Middleton, Anna 35 Milano, Edward 41, 43, 60, 61, 70, 71 Miller, Doris 35, 37, 38, 47, 81, 93 Miller, Mark 6, 64 Mills, Deborah 29 Mills, Donna 29 Milone, Robert 3, 24, 30, 42, 43, 50, 60, 121 Miracle, Sheba 35 Mobley, Terryl 22, 80 Moody, James 4, 27, 46, 73 Moore, Ellis 11 , 26 Moore, Jesse 44, 47 Moore, Leroy 7, 11 , 24 Morris, Victor 2, 60, 76, 93, 121 Moses. Kevin 93 Mossbrucker, Fred 3, 23, 27, 46, 57, 71, 95 K N Kawadza, Ruth 80 Kelly, Solomon 45, 64, 66, 73, 75 Kierspe, Robert 80 Krakauer, Scott 43 Kriviski, Terri 25, 34, 61, 62, 68, 69 Kyriakakis, Stella 52 Nabozny, Dennis 30, 42, 90, 93 Napier, Michael 6, 11, 17, 24, 84, 116 Ness, Debra 52 Newman, Dena 2, 4, 6, 23, 35, 93, 94, 95 Newport, Mary Ellen 52 Newport, Teresa 11 Nichols, Glenn 42, 43, 57, 91 Nunley, Charles 29 Lance, Lee Ronna 6, 34 Langham, David 10, 19, 70, 71, 75 O ' Brien, Raymond 52 23 Oliver, Susan 52 PQ Palmier! , Tony 60 Parker, Patricia 35, 38, 47, 94, 95 Parrish, Susan 35 Parrott, Teresa 29 Parsley, Barkley 70, 71 Parsons, Adelaide 10, 11, 17, 18, 34, 38, 90 Parsons, Beverly 29, 116 Parti n, Linda 27, 35 Pearce, Carol 35, 92, 95 Pease, David 2, 4, 46, 61, 71 Peck, Paul 11, 16, 64, 112 Peebles, William 15, 64, 67 Pence, Carol 55 Pence, Randy 19, 22, 25, 55, 93, 120 Perry, Jill 52 Pfister, Carol 25, 61 Phipps, Brenda 27, 35, 37, 61, 62, 92, 95 Phipps, Darrell 64 Poland, Jenny 52 Powell, Rita 35, 36, 93, 95 Preston, Rick 37, 42, 93 Proffitt, Glenn 70, 71 Pronchick, Joe 47, 70, 81 Quillen, Danny 3, 42, 43, 56, 60, 92 R Rack, Joe 45, 80 Rausch, Jane 35, 42 Reaves, Rick 6, 11, 15, 17, 26, 93 Reeves, Sherry 29, 80 Rhodes, Randy 93 Robbins, Kattie 29 Robert, Pasiente 42 Rogers, Cindy 35 Rose, Coleen 4, 27, 35, 38, 81 Rose, Janet 29, 50, 83, 90, 93 Rose, Steven 46, 81, 121 Ross, Jake 46, 70, 71 Rovere, Robert 43 Sammons, Mike 19, 64, 66, 67, 74 Saunders, Shirley 29 Saylor, Vicki 36 Schilt, James 42 Schneider, Abby 52 Schroerlucke, Kim 19, 52, 62, 68, 69 Schwantes, John 80 Sellards, Jackie 29, 90, 93 Sepantaie, Amir 60 Shaw, Melanie 36, 67, 80 Shelby, Jesse 11 Shelby, Richard 26 Shupe, Mike 64 Simpson, Carolyn 5, 36, 61 Sizemore, Paul 71 Slemp, Nell 4, 36, 38, 43 Smith, Delora 92 Smith, Donna 15 Smith, Mackelene 36, 38 Smith, Michael 11, 63, 73 Snodgrass, Glenda 36 Sohrabian, Kambiz 60 Span, Derrick 73 Staggs, Jakki 3, 12, 28, 120 Steele, Bear 29 Sturgill, Steve 72, 93 Sweetapple, Mary 3, 36, 61, 62, 68 Swisshelm, Susie 36 Swope, Ron 64 Taylor, Roberta 26, 36, 38 Teimsury, Masoud 41, 85 Thatcher, Frank 80 Therrien, Diane 36 Thomas, Philip 2, 46, 88, 94, 95 Thomason, Clark 64 Thompson, Brad 46, 63, 73 Thompson, James 12, 17, 24, 84, 116, 120 Thompson, Thorn 47, 70, 71, 80 Thomsen, Rudy 24, 47, 90, 93, 95 Throckmorton, Marc 17, 29, 95 Throckmorton, Tim 29 Tingle, Jeff 19, 29- 60, 72, 75 Tins ley, Mary 36 Todd, Tony 29, 72, 74, 93 Tower, Jennifer 93 Turner, Linda 0. 12 Turner, Lynn 29, 73 Turner, Teresa 15, 36 Tyler, Rhonda 37, 62, 121 VWYZ Vance, Dave 55 Vance, Hettie 55 Vinyard, Don 4, 6, 12, 17, 25, 26, 30, 121 Vizoco, Mike 14, 47, 80 Wagner, Delia 27, 37, 67, 81 Wagner, Mary 52 Wagner, Stella 27, 37, 67, 81 Walker, Edward 13, 71, 93 Walker, Jeff 47, 71 Ward, Deborah 12 Watkins, Kevin 47, 91 Watson, Tracy 52 Watts, Larry 13, 17 Webb, Ruth 52 Wells, Phyllis 93 Wells, William 37 Wilkerson, Verna 38 Williamson, Jean 29 Williamson, Lisa 37, 38, 39 Wilson, Jimmy 27 Wilson, Rhonda 37, 52, 62 Wool urn, Judy 80 Works, Aaron 24, 47, 90, 92, 93 Wright, David 37 Yahne, Debra 68, 69 24 Yinger, Laura 15, 36, 37, 61 Zarei , Ahmad 60 Zarei, Mahmood 42 Zargham, Shahriar 13, 60 Zigler, Charlie 10, 13, 31, 72, 73 Zundel, Claudia 52 FACULTY INDEX Alford, Bev 102 Atkins, Cedric 59, 63, 68, 69, 73, 75 Barton, Henry 38, 87 Black, Edward 54 Bowie, Sharon 105 Boyd, John 50 Brook, Rita 54 Bryant, Robert 53 Carr, Sue 98 Carter, Clevis 86 Chadwell, Clarence 104 Clark, Darrell 6, 23, 24 Clay, Jack 57, 90 Cope, Denise 54 Cowan, Loretta 102 Cox, Jim 53 Dabbagh, Mohamed 51, 72 Dibble, Charlie 103 Dontchos, Leo 90 Dontchos, Patricia 91, 120 Doty, Brenda 26, 54 Epley, Robert 105 Finkel, Jan 49, 97 Finkel, Judy 96, 99 Garloch, Gail 48 Gibson, Ray 3, 14, 93 Grey, Joyce 104 Green, Allen 90, 93 Gross, Judy 103 Hacker, Joe 105 Hacker, Mildred 58 Hafner, Arthur 88 Hal J, Robert 102 Hammons, Paula 78, 79, 120 Harlow, Sister Mary Gemma 88 Harris, Elizabeth 53 Harwood, Dorothy 33 Hirst, Lois 88 Hoffman, Ron 78 Inkster, Larry 2, 27, 58, 64, 70, 81 Inkster, Karen 100 Jackson, David 90, 93 Jaffe, Lori 79 Jennings, Judy 38, 48, 49 Johnson, Lawerence 86 Klein, Larry 49 Lawson, Myrlyn 104 Lawson, Patty 104 Lay, Mary Alice 83 LeMaster, E. Edwin 14, 100 Lockett, Mary 38, 85 Lockett, Richard 6, 38, 49, 51 Long, Carolyn 78 Magee, Wilhelmena 105 Maggard, Mildred 103 Mam ' s, Mary 79 Marigold, Gordon 48, 49 Martin, Louise 105 Matthews, Robert 49, 79, 94 Maybrier, Joanne 102 Mays, Deril 50 Mays, Doris 14, 17, 24, 33, 100 McCullen, Kevin 101 McFerrin, James 84 Messer, Betty 23 Miller, Darrell 26 Miller, Mahlon 14, 15, Moore, Pete 2, 58, 64, Myers, Dale 15, 54 New, Freda 100 Newport, J. C. 51 Oxendine, Sherman 53 Patridge, Francis 26, 58, 116, 120 Potter, Bob 96, 105 Rhodes, Wanda 85 Roark, Loretta 104 Robbins, Lucille 33 Robbins, Warren 99 Rose, Robert 15, 97, 99 Saddler, Charles 98, 99 Saddler, Virginia 84 Santaram, Chilikuri 74, 86 Scalf, Mary 23 Schulze, Carol 33, 121 Scott, Floyd 86, 87 Sexton, Phyllis 23 Shelton, Jean 89 Simms, Charles 15, 50 Simpson, Robert 86 Singer, Catherine 103 Sizemore, Linda 99 Smith, Kay 79 Smith, Nadine 105 Smith, Vivian 23 Spahn, Ray 2, 6, 59, 61 Stallcup, B. M. 48 Stewart, Dwight 26, 89 Stoop, Fred 101 Sturgill, Rhonda 78, 79, 120 Swartz, Stanley 88 Thomas, Joe 51, 120 Thomas, Phyllis 87 Todd, Boyd 104 Townsend, Milton 97, 101 Wainscott, Robert 82 Walker, Mary 100 Wells, William 105 West, Harold 102 Wilson, Robert 49, 86 Winter, Ken 48, 53 Wolfe, Steven 87 Woody, Lester 27, 48 Youmans, Joy 102 17, 95, 96, 97, 98, 101 65, 75 125 FRIENDS OF THE COLLEGE Ball, William 99 Hall, Pamelia 26 Hizer, Ruth B. 26 Miller, Jim Wayne 48 Miller, Laura 98 Murphy, Lilija 2 Robertson, Bishop Frank L. 30 Sanders, Colonel Harlan 4, 6, 14, 15 Stevenson, John 54 Townsend, Betty 97 Vinyard, Janet 15, 96 Winkler, Mildred 26 Wisconsin Mime Company 92 126 K AUTO h ' ' - GRAPHS Q 127 Well, thanks for touring the campus with me. I hope that you will also remember all those things that have not or could not be included here. One final word from Janet and Carolyn — THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED TO ALL THOSE PEOPLE WHO HELPED MAKE ITS PUBLICATION POSSIBLE. 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