Union University - Lest We Forget Yearbook (Jackson, TN)

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or Routine College is more than just books, papers, and long study hours. It is an experience that many should have, often seems senseless to go through the trouble of gomg to college when it is not as necessary nowadays to have further education in order to get a job and succeed in life. But college is a very important step m anyone ' s life. It is the first time that one leaves home. It is the final break from your parents; a time to try to make it on your own. College can be and should be a growing experience. It will probably be the fastest growth you will have in the shortest span of time. You have responsibilities that only you can work out. I ] !1 III Male and female together at dorm during fall open house. Growth College is the whole campus com- munity. Students give life to inanimate buildings, classrooms, and the campus as a whole. College is trying to graduate, or hav- ing to go to those twenty-one chapels so you won ' t get in trouble. College is getting back in the dorms before the closing hour. Students see college as a place to grow, to mature, to learn, and to merge all of these things within into a com- plete being. It is a place to design a lifestyle for the coming decade. Mrs. Bonnie Hadley receives an award for her participation in helping with the new kiln. Two students together during dorm open house. Dr. R. G. Lee looking at himself during SBC Corridor Dedication Day. i i J Jfc Organizations Composing the backbone of any college community are organizations. Yet organizations are nothing more than names without the students who are members. Organizations shape the attitude, the atmosphere, and the future of the school for the coming years. Students can find honor and recogni- tion in scholastic or literary organizations. Students can discover friendship, fellowship, and brotherhood in the social organizations. Students may seek challenges, achievement, and improvement in still other clubs. In any case, these organizations can affect the students ' lives, both now and later. The leadership abilities that one can develop will be beneficial for the rest of one ' s life. FUTURE HOME OF CHI OMEGA BSU makes flowers for Summer Missions. Keith Reynolds ir II ! iir 2 ' ■HPTJT n k r " - Learning College is all of the different ac- tivities tfiat happen during the school year. It is the people, surroundings, and all of the physical objects of the school. Most of all, college is studying and getting an education. That is what everyone is here for. We are learning everyday and moving forward in our quest for this learning. We meet new people, learn to accept views that we thought we never could. During this learning, we become a part of all that we meet, everything that we experience, everyone we know. All in all, college is all of this learning wrapped in one, and it is up to each in- dividual to learn it on his own. Campus Life First Graduation Held at New Campus The beginning of Union ' s educational history at the new campus was seen Saturday, May 29, 1976, when 209 became the first class to graduate from the 45 By-pass location. Different individuals were given honors and three students received special recognition. Donna McDowell received the Highest Academic Achievement Award as the spring graduate with the highest grade point average. Nina Lee Braden received the Tigrett Medal and Joyce Falcinelli was awarded the Union University Honor Award. Honorary degrees given were: Teddy H. Evans and H. K. Sorrell, who received Doctor of Divinity degrees. Jeannette Cliff George was the speaker for the first graduation ceremonies held on Union ' s new campus. Dr. Landrum Leavell delivered the Baccalaureate address. Graduates think back on the last four years. S.B.C. Presidents Are Honored with Corridor Union honored seven former students and trustees who have served as president of t he Southern Baptist Convention with the formal dedication of a 600-foot Southern Baptist Convention Presidents ' Corridor last fall. Men honored during the festivities at the college included: Dr. Wayne Dehoney, Dr. M. E. Dodd. Dr. J. D. Grey. Dr. Robert G. Lee, Dr. H. Franklin Paschall, Dr. Ramsey Pollard, and Dr. James L. Sullivan. Immediately following the service, the corridor was dedicated by unveil- ing the portraits of the former presidents. David Steele gets his picture taken for the yearbook and his ID Computer Center is Registration Focal Point Fall semester, 1976. began with the usual registration lines. The unplea- sant task was expedited this year by caretui planning and a more logical arrangement of stations. Also, this year we began using the computer center for the place to get registered. Use of the computer center kept much of the usual chaos from happening. Goblins, Costumes and Halloween Fun During the semester, different activities break up the monotony of classes and studying. It is at these events that students enjoy a little fun. One of these activities is the annual Hallov een party sponsored by the SGA. It is then that students compete to win money and recognition by dressing up in costumes. Bobbing for apples was added this year. Bobby Gnssom is all wet after his turn. Bob Carpenter Speaks At BSU Fall Retreat The Baptist Student Union sponsored a weekend retreat last fall at Cor- dova Baptist Assembly outside of Memptiis. Ttie theme this year was " Mak- ing Christ Lord. " Some of the people there were Rev. Bob Carpenter, pastor at Lamar Heights Baptist Church, and Rev. Paul Lee, campus minister at Memphis State University. All-Sing is ' TOPS ' On College Calendar Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha lota sponsored the annual Campus All- Sing held November 19 in the G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel. Alpha Tau Omega, Lambda Chi Alpha, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon competed tor the Male Chorus division winner. The ATO ' s performed " Victory in Jesus " and " Baby It ' s You. " The SAE ' s sang a medley from " Fiddler on the Root " and " When I Survey the Wondrous Cross. " The Lambda Chi ' s per- formed " Your Song " and " If My People Will Pray. " Competing in the Women ' s Chorus division were Zeta Tau Alpha, Chi Omega, and the Independents. Zeta performed " Let There Be Music " and " That ' s Entertamment. " Chi Omega sang " Night and Day " and " Jesus! Jesus! All That Thrills My Soul. " The Independents performed a medley of " Till There Was You " and " Close To You " and " Love Lifted Me. " Alpha Tau Omega won the Men ' s division, and the Independents won the Women ' s division. All groups competed in the ensemble division. Chi Omega captured first place with " Ah! Jesus Lord, Thy Love to Me " and Cohen Medley. The Independents won second place with " Up, Up and Away " and " Wings of Prayer. " Members of Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha lota performed before and at the end of the event. They sang " Songs " and " This One ' s For You. " Emcees were Karen Blankinship and Craig Watkins. Karen Blankinship and Craig Watkins emceed All-Sing. Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha lota performed during the All-Sing. » f 1 1 Troy Clark accepts trophy for ATO. Lambda Chi Alpha ' A M,t ' i,n 1 1 I itott ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' JJf Chi Omega Chi Omega Ensemble t%Jf U I l f .M Alpha Tau Omega Independents Sigma Alpha Epsilon Zeta Tau Alpha Musical ' Of Thee I Sing ' Is Box Office Smash The Union University Theatre presented Of Thee I Sing in the fall of 1976. The production portrayed John P. Wintergreen ' s presidential campaign on a one-word platform " Love. " It showed that it was decided that he marry the winner of a nationwide beauty contest which selected " Miss White House. " Instead. Wintergreen falls in love with Mary Turner, and an international scandal breaks out. The play was sprinkled with humerous antics of Alex- ander Throttlebottom, the new vice presidental candidate. The cast included: Ray Clark, Mary Walker, Debbie Rancher, Steve Patter- son, Larry Anderson, Charles Edmonson, Terry Sadler, Jim Carnes, David Williams, Pam Simmons, Diane Taylor, Beverly Vowell, and Sherry Timberlake. Director was Verne McCabe. .••••T ' ' . The play opens as campaigners march for Wintergreen. Lett to right are: Margie Liuingston. Cindy Carpenter. n Hanna, Pal Grey. Joy Peters, Of Th 15 ,1 ' ' Elaine Owen reserves a seat for Linda Hammett. President ' s Reception Is a Gala Evening The President ' s Reception is an annual event ttiat is tield at ttie beginning of the fall semester. It is at this time that students can meet faculty and staff members other than in the classroom. It also gives students a chance to make new acquaintances with the possibility of later close friendships. Students go ttirough ttie receiving line Mr-Miss UNION Patn Pinkley and Johnny Burleson. Campus Favorites Winston Jarrett and Theresa Hale Dana Northcutt and Cindy Fitch. Nancy Higdon and Barry Moore, Keith Reynolds and Greg Schroeder. Mary Walker and Larry Murphy. Sherry Henry and Sandra Lewis. Homecoming, 1977 Homecoming, 1977 was held on February 12. Highlights of the event in- cluded a bonfire, Gong Show, an awards luncheon, campus tours, class reunions, student display competition, two varsity basketball games, and a concert after the games. A parade was also held and a presentation of the play I Never Saw Another Butterfly. Registration was held from 10:00 a.m. with hospitality activities at the same time in the student lounge. Ralph R. Lawler, Judge of Law and Equity Court m Trenton, was the guest speaker at the 12:30 p.m. awards luncheon. He spoke on " Enduring Educational Values at Union University. " Individuals recognized at the luncheon for their unique contribution in service to the college included Dr. G. Frank Jones, Jr. of Augusta, Ga., who received the Service Award: Roy Hall, of Jackson, who received the Alumnus Award: Dr. Robert Craig, who received the Faculty-Staff Award: and James E. Threlkeld, of Memphis, who received the Honorary Alumnus Award. Donna Taylor, 1976 Homecoming Queen takes her final walk escorted by Keith Reynolds. P ' ' il l li ' i1!g|iil Rev. Jerald Smith presents James E. Ttirelkeld with the Honorary Alumnus Award- Dr. S. R. Woodson, retired minister and twice president of ttie IVIississippi Baptist Convention, presented the Homecoming Report of the Annual Alum- ni Fund of which he is national chairman. Special music for the luncheon was presented by Union ' s vocal group, " Proclamation, " directed by Dr, Kenneth Hartley. Following the luncheon there were various receptions by campus organizations for the alumni. Ralph E- Lawler speaks at the awards luncheon. Dr. Craig awaits the presentation of his Distinguished Faculty Staff Award, Homecoming Royalty: From left to right: Trayce Young, Pam Pinldey, Queen, Ava Leathers, Nancy Fairless. Student Awards Given at Game During half-time ot the women ' s game, former members of the past Homecoming Courts were recognized. Before the beginning of men ' s game, the Homecoming Royalty was an- nounced. Pam Pinkley was crowned as Homecoming Queen with Ava Leathers, Nancy Fairless, and Trayce Young. At half-time, different awards were presented. Lambda Chi Alpha placed first in the Greek display category with Zeta Tau Alpha second and Chi Omega third. Baptist Young Women won first place in the organization divi- sion. A spirit award was given to the group which showed the most spirit during the season. This was won by Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Parade car winners were: first place, Zeta Tau Alpha; second place Sophomore Class; and third place, Alpha Tau Omega. This year an award was reinstated. This award is the Schuler Award which IS given to the most outstanding male athlete. This year ' s recipient was Winston Jarrett. A new award was begun this year for the most outstanding woman athlete named the Grace Williams Award. The recipient was Teresa Hale. After Homecoming festivities, a concert was held in the chapel by a group called Meisburg and Walters. Roy Hall received the Alumnus Award. Proclamation performed durmg the Awards Luncheon, Alumni register for the Homecoming events. Gong Show Held On Friday Night Proves a ' Riot ' .,i ' : ' . 1 i Trayce Young accepts trophy and ctieck as Winner. Beverly Vowell, Robin Hanna. and Nancy Higdon as Lester Roadhog and ttie Cadillac Cowboys. Ttie Barbershop Quartet— Larry Anderson, Craig Watkins. Jim Carnes, and Beverly Vowell. Emcee Bill Kisner assisted by Scott Pearce. The Athletic Department gets m on the fun as Cheerleaders An added feature at Homecoming was the concert by Meisbefg and Walters. Rodney Lanham. Randy Franks, and Jackie Vaughn amazed everyone witti their imitation of a water sprinkler. Phil Rowlett and Richard Wilfred put linishing touches on tneir display. 1 €C£ Looking into the past at the BSU display. 200M Earl Wiman, Sarah Hammett, and Dr. Ernie Pinson act as ludges for the Gong Show. tiomQcomina THf Lambda Chi Alpha won first place in Greek category. Chi Omega won third place in the Greek category iss Union Pageant On March 5, sixteen lovely young women competed for the title of Miss Union University. The theme for the night ' s events, " Isn ' t She Lovely " , well suited the evening. The former Miss Louisiana and Miss America Finalist, Debbie Ward, presided as Mistress of Ceremonies and provided several vocal selections. Union ' s own Proclamation entertained, and the Stage Band, under the ex- cellent direction of Mr. Charles Huffman, carried out the musical melodies. Director Brian Ford was presented a plaque for his outstanding three years ' service to the pageant. Diane Taylor, Assistant Director; Craig Watl ins, Technical Director; Gaylon Shocl ley, Lighting and Set Design; Curtiss Scott and Larry Darby, Auditors; and Joe French, Publicity, along with many other stage hands and promoters, put together one of the finest pageants Union has ever had. A special thanks is in order for five people that accepted the almost im- possible job of selecting one winner from a whole group of winners. Includ- ed in the 1977 judges were Beverly Williams Lewis, one-time Miss Union University and founder of the Beverly Williams Lewis Talent Award; Dr. Melvin Lewis, former Union student now in residency in Memphis, Tn.; Diane Whittaker, fashion buyer for Cam-Sloan in Nashville, Tn.; Bob Whit- taker, Director of Entertainment at Opryland, U.S.A.; and Tommy Quinn, of Memphis, Tn., a judge in many area pageants. Highlighting the whole event was a lovely young lady, representing the Junior Class, Miss Donna Dodds, who obtained the cherished crown of Miss Union University. Debbie Ward, Mistress of Ceremonies Brian ford receives an award for his participation in l liss Union Mona Vaufhn, 1976 IVIiss Union University In evening gown competition, Jackie Bethany representing ttie Sociology Club. Cindy Carpenter, sponsored by Student Publications. Representing Lambda Chi Alpha. Marsha Crawford sings " I Sherry Crawford, sponsored by " Lest We Forget, " in evening Sporting a lovely bathing suit is Vonnie Ervin representing Don ' t Know How to Love Him " gown competition. the Sophomore Class. Vickie Gray, Freshman Class representative, presenting tier selection of " Goofus. ' ■ B ' " 1 H Competing in the evening gown category, Krystal Petty, sponsored by Alpha Tau Omega. Chi Omega ' s representative, Denise Robinson, looking lovely in the evening gown competition. Terry Moss, Zeta Tau Alpha representative, in evening gown competition. F Epsllon ' s entrant. Jill Shelton, sings " Woman in The Beverly Williams Lewis Award Winner. Pam Simmons, sings her melody of " I ' ve Got the Music in Me " and " I am Music. " Janice Tignor, representing Lamplighters, shown in evening gown competition Catliy Williams presents her dramatic reading of the 13th chapter of I Corinthians. Sue Ellen Witherington, Senior Class representative, presenting s Earry Manilow favorite, " Daybreak. " 1977 Miss Union University Donna Dodds, Miss Union University 1977, is a lovely young co-ed from Memphis, Tn. who has a way with the piano and a way with a warm smile. Majormg m Special Education, Donna says her dream m life is to one day operate her own school for handicapped children. 1977 Miss Union University and her Court: Kryslal Petty-fourth, Vonnie Ervin-Ttiird, Donna Dodds— Miss Union. Pam Simmons-first, Terry Moss— Se- cond. H H 1 ip jSBV v ' H 5 ' jB ■ 1 IB Union ' s Proclamation entertained at pageant. Miss Union University and Debbie Ward. Zeta Tau Alpha and Lambda Chi Alpha sponsored a reception A showcase of talent and beauty on stage. 25 Honored In Who ' s Who Selected by the Dean and faculty, each senior and junior who Is nominated to Who ' s Who Among St udents in American Colleges and Universities has been nationally recognized on scholarship, involvement in school and com- munity, positive leadership among students, and above average citizenship for students. This year twenty-five were chosen to Who ' s Who. Mary Melton Footlights . . . Alpha Chi Dean ' s List. Phi Mu Alpha . . . Alpha Psi Omega . . . French Club . . . Footlights . . . Union University Singers . . . Union University Symphonic Band . . . Union University Pep band . . . SGA . . . Proclamation . . . Prexy Club . . . president. Junior Class . . . Dean ' s List. Student National Education Association . . . P.E. Club . . . Spanish Club . . . SGA . . . Student Foundation . . . Prexy Club . . . Panhellenic Council . . . Miss Union University Pageant Com- mittee . . . BSU . . . Spanish Club, Treasurer . . , Student Government Association, Treasurer ... Chi Omega, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, President . . . Panhellenic Council, Publicity Chairman . . . Sophomore Class Treasurer . . . Little Sisters of the Maltese Cross . . . Dean ' s List . . . Chi Omega House Corporation . . , Union University Development Committee. Mallory Math Club, Vice President . . . Kappa Mu Epsilon . . . French Club... Footlights... P.E. Club. . . Chi Omega, Vice President . . . Dean ' s List . . . Alpha Chi. Quinn Burkett SGA . . . Bicentennial Committee of Union University . . . Dean ' s List. Karen Blankenship Independent Women, Vice Presi- dent, Song Leader . . . Sigma Alpha lota, Fraternity Education Chairman, Fraternity Projects Chairman, Corresponding Secretary, President, Best pledge. Alpha Chi , 3J Patrice Kyle Joy Morris Chi Omega... SNEA...P.E. Club . . . BSU . . . Miss Union Pageant Book Committee 1975. Nancy Fairless P.E. Club. . . Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes . . . Women ' s Varsity Basketball Team, Co-Captain . . Alpha Chi, Vice President . . Independents, Vice President . . Student Member of Athletic Com mittee . . . Campus Favorite . . Sportsmanship Award (Basket ball) . . . Homecoming Court . . Dean ' s List . . . Miss Union. Ministerial Association . . . BSU Executive Council . . . Prexy Club . . . . French Club . . . Footlights. . . BSU Summer Missionary . . . Sociology Club, President . . . Fellowship Director. Beverly Foropoulos Mallory Math Club . . . Alpha Chi . . . Independents . . . Kappa Mu Epsilon, Secretary . . . Dean ' s List. Art Guild, Secretary . . . Bicenten- nial Flag Design Committee . . . Spanish Club . . . Union University Singers . . . Zeta Tau Alpha . . . Sigma Alpha lota . . . Alpha Chi. Alpha Chi . . . Pi Gamma Mu . . . BSU... BYW, Secretary... Alpha Chi . . . Dean ' s List. Art Guild . . , Business Club. BYW . . . SNEA . . . Dean ' s List. Anthony Jordan Sigma Alpha Epsilon Belinda Reed Alpha Chi . . . Dean ' s List. Cheryl Granger SNEA . . . Baptist Student Union. Susan Douglas Sociology Club . . . . Dean ' s List. Alpha Chi Vickie DePriest Alpha Chi . . . Kappa Mu Epsilon . . . Mallory Club . . . Faculty Library Media Committee. French Club . . . Baptist Student Union . . . Baptist Young Women. Phi Mu Alpha . . . U.U. Singers , . . French Club. Johnny Herriman A Cafeteria Is for Eating, for Meeting During the course of the year students and faculty alike find something to do with their spare time. Whether it be decorating a Christ- mas tree or playing cards, we all have something to do when we are not in class. Dr. Agee receives a gift from Santa during the SGA Christmas party. Dr. Pinson and these students take time out for a game of cards. Sherry Henry and Donna Cotton decorate a Chnstmd!. tree ' Think Snow ' at Union A real snowfall is unusual enough in this area to call everybody outside to enjoy it. There were many minor snowmen and one Giant Snowman made during the January snows. The Resident Life Board held a snow party one night between the dorms, and there was an interesting snow sculpture contest planned by Cheryl Zimmerman and Glenda Watson, co-chairmen. First prize for a Snow man. Dog and Rabbit was awarded to Hope Elton, Cindy Hopper, Dianne Walker, and Martha Oickerson. Second prize for a Mermaid (sculptured with a straight razor) went to Tera Montgomery, Kaye Amsden, and Lydia Primm. Students then went to the cafeteria for hot chocolate and cookies also sponsored by the Resident Life Board of the dormitories. Many hands make BIG Snowman. ;?s? ; fCk : A 1: " Even Joe Westbury gets in the act. Greeks Panhellenic and Interfraternity The National Panhellenic Conference is an organization of the twenty-six national college sororities who are banded together for the furtherance of sorority life, scholarship and in- tellectual accomplishment. At Union, the Panhellenic Council deals with intersorority relations and cooperates with the college to maintain the social standards of the school. The council is composed of three delegates each from Zeta Tau Alpha and Chi Omega, as well as an alumna from each sorority. The Inter-Fraternity Council is the governing body for the fraternities on campus. Regulations for formal rush and membership recruitment are prepared and enforced by the IPC. Panhellenic: Left to r ight: Terry Moss, Sharon Hale, Sherry Henry, Julie Freeman. IFC: Lett to right: Glenn Moore, Mike McPeake, David McCandless, Joe French, Richard Wilfred, Ricky Clark, James McDaniel, Dana Northcutt. Pam Williams, Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart Greeks Plan Projects For Community Funds The image of the Greek fraternities and soronties has undergone a tremendous change m the past few years. After the campus unrest of the past decade, it was seen that a revamping of some of the comcepts had to take place. College fraternities and sororities planned programs with the in- dividual member in mind and what he could do for both the college and the community. In the ' 70 ' s, the Greeks became more involved in these activities. This is shown quite well at Union. Greeks play a major leadership role in the different clubs and organizations. Also, the Greeks are involved in com- munity activities and fund-raising drives such as: March of Dimes, Sheriff ' s Youth Town, Lion ' s Club Paper Drive, Girl Scouts, Happy Hollow School for the mentally retarded, and raising money for the World Hunger Drive. SAE held a car bash for a fund-raising drive. Lambda Chi Alpha holds a reception for Zeta. The Zetas prepare for a volleyball game. Lambda Chi Alpha sponsors kidnap for World Hunger Drive. Zeta sings In All-Sing ensemble competition. Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha Members: First row: Joe French, president, Mike Wicinski, Second row: Dennis Jones, Jim Witherington. Members: From left to right: Dan Owen, Gordon Johnston, Randy Wadlington, Keith Blurton, Terry Weatherford. First row: Hugh Coker, Terry Sadler, Mike McPeake Second row: Lee Pulley, Steve Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston University on November 2, 1909. The merger with Theta Kappa Nu in 1939 was the largest merger in the history of the fraternity world. Lambda Chi Alpha is one of the fastest growing fraternities with chapters in both Canada and the United States. After re-evaluating its educational program in the early 1970 ' s. Lambda Chi Alpha dropped the program. Lambda Chi Alpha ' s step forward was a first in the Greek world. Purple, green and gold are the fraternity colors. The flower is the white rose, A formal banquet held at the Hyatt Regency in Memphis marked the eleventh anniversary of Lambda Zeta-Zeta at Union. Linda Hammettwas named as the 1977 Crescent Girl. The recipient of the Rick White Senior Service Award was Mike McPeake. Lambda Chi A lpha was active in different social and service projects during the year. A reception was given m appreciation to the two sororities on campus. At Christmas, a party was held for the children at Sheriff ' s Youth Town. Crescents and Little Sisters: From left to rigtit: Linda Hammett, Stierry Timberlake, Lesa Stewart, Davida Irby, Pam Handley, Elaine Owen, Sandy Scruggs, and Sue Ellen Withermgton. Zeta Tau Alpha CX3COO First row: Amy Stafford. Sharon Hale, president, Linda Dons. Second row: Terry Moss, Kris Brookshire, Marttia Daven- port, Lisa Meadows. First row: Charlotte Davis, Donna Sims, Karen Wade, Cindy Emmert, Karen Smith, Sandra Webb, Sue Brandon. Second row: Sherry Henry, Robaya Wolfe, Donna Crawford, Sherry Crawford, Debbie Davis, Marsha Crawford, Janice Terry. First row: Susie Cartwnghf, Teresa Parker, Debbie Webb, Teresa Stephenson. Paula Dunaway Second row: Susan Bedwell, Janice Jackson, Tom Thompson. Linda Hammett, Phyllis Kilby Zeta Tau Alpha was founded October 15, 1898, at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia; Beta Omega chapter at Union on December 12, 1935. Presently, Zeta is ranked third among sororities in the National Panhellenic Conference. The sorority ' s philanthropy is working with the mentally retarded. Zeta ' s colors are steel gray and turquoise blue, her flower is the white violet, and her open motto is " Seek the Noblest. " During the fall semester, Zeta Tau Alpha held a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of their proposed lodge. Zeta also observed their Founders ' Day with a dinner given by area alum- nae. On Halloween, Zeta ' s Date Party featured a meal followed by a movie. At Christmas the traditional Big-Little Sister party was given by the pledges. The Mother-Father-Daughter Luncheon, held m early spring, was highlighted by various chapter awards. Later in the year, the annual Spring Banquet was held. Zeta was active throughout the year with several service projects including visits to Happy Hollow, Jackson ' s school for the mentally retarded. Plans are finalized for the new lodge with construction beginning soon. First row: Sandra McNatt, Trayce Young, Julie Powell, Ginger Ijws. Cindy Barrett, Sue Ellen Withenngton, Wanda Toombs. Kay Dorrough. Second row: Donna Cotton, Brenda Young, San- dra Lewis, Becky Whitehead, Beverly Vowell. Robin Hanna, Candy Nevius, Elaine Owen. Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omegas: First row: Maury Carrico, Jerry McKnight. Second row: Phil Rowlett, Richard Wilfred, Barry Moore. Members: First row: David Brandon, Maxie Blackman, Mark Weidemaier, Paul Shearin, Ricky Clark. Second row: Jackie Vaughn, Mark Yates, Gene Stevens, Tommy Cagle, Glenn Moore, Rodney Lanham, Randy franks. Pledges: First row: Gene Brinkley, Keith Cook, Dan Miller, Dan Denston, Ricky Wilburn, Joel Washburn, Second row: Ken Griffin, Brent Warren, Ronnie Morgan, Craig Wheeler. Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity was founded at Richmond, Virginia on September 11, 1865, by Otis Alden Glazebrook, Alfred Marshall, and Mayo Ross. It set as its goals to bring the bond of true brotherhood among men throughout the world. The Beta Tau chapter came to Union Univer- sity on February 28, 1894. This year Beta Tau has had their most successful year it has ever had. The brothers have been active in many projects to better the community Some of these projects included: raising money for the Boy Scouts of America, and helping send under- privileged children to a Christmas party. At this year ' s fall banquet, Pam Williams was elected Sweetheart. Little Sisters: First row: Terry Moss, Teresa Reves, Pam Williams, Sharon Hale, Dianne Bates, Trayce Young, Amy Stafford. Second row: Jeanna Pearson, Krystal Petty, Sandra McNatt, Donna Crawford, Cindy Hunter, Cheryl Maddox. Chi Omega V First row Sherry Timberlake Julie Russnogle Pam Williams Second row Lesa Stewart Teresa Reves Cindy Hunter Sylvia Duffey Ginny Maddox Cheryl Maddox Sharon Joseph First row: Pat Rea. Carol Huffman, Suzanne Templeton, Kathy McClatchey, Liane Jackson. Debbie Wairen Second row; Carol Blankenship, Betsy Edmon- son, Paula Wilson, Jill Shelton, Judy Leathers. Robin Bentley, Lesa Grammer. First row: Sylvia Wallace, Patricia Poteete, Lisa Weeks, Nancy Warlick, Teresa Gilliam, Second row: Lorl Lahmers, Julie Freeman, Debbie Edmonson, Laura Strmgfellow, Kathy Scott, Diane Bates. First row: Tonya Kenney, Jeanna Pearson, Mona Vaughn, Jane Gibso n, Second row: Ava Leathers, Libby Hurt, Sandra Loden, Susan Craig, Leeta Thomason, Cathy Carr, Nancy Dobyns. The founding of Chi Omega was April 5, 1895, at the University of Arkansas. Chi Omega was founded for the purpose of becoming a national college fraternity for women. A " fraternity " is an organization whose members have banded together for reasons of common interest and mutual benefit. Upsilon chapter of Chi Omega here at Union began the year with groundbreaking during the summer. This year has been filled with athletic and faculty receptions, as well as date parties, Chi Omega is sponsoring a Brownie Troop as one of its community projects, Upsilon chapter is looking forward to the future with high expectations and achievements. First row: Susan Murphy, Pafti Kyle, Denise Robinson, Joy Peters, Kathy Walters. Second row: Cindy Fitch, Nancy Higdon, Susan Collins, Susie Hromada, Susie Jennings. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Members First row James McDaniel Joe Van Dyke David McCandless Steve Brown Second row Pat White Tony Jordan Mike Bam Johnny Burleson Third row Ed Smith Eddie Smith Dana Northcutt and Brian Ford I v% Members: First row: Rick Strickland, John Brown, Jeff Moser, Russell Moss- Second row: David Thomas, Tommy Naylor, Steve Marks, Glenn Wiemer. Third row: Tim Cannon, Leo Arnold, Mike Williams, and Larry York. Pledges: First row: Stan Ekrut. Tim Ridgell, Ronnie Little. John Brown. Second row: Mike Bell. Ken Sanders, Dwayne Stevens, Randy Garner, Third row: Tommy Tucker. Mark Jackson. Tim Hutchinson. Norman Hill. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded on March 9, 1856, by a group of eight students at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. Since that time, it has grown to be one of the largest fraternities in the nation. Tennessee Eta chapter of Sigma Alpha Ep- silon IS the fourth oldest chapter of the fraterni- ty, having been founded in July, 1857. The Jackson area is the home of a large number of Sigma Alpha Epsilon alumni, many of whom are among the leading residents of the ci- ty. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ' s colors are purple and gold, and the lion represents the spirit of our fraternity. The violet is the favorite of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Little Sisters of Minerva: First row: Julie Russnogle. Diane Taylor, Susie Hromada. Pam Pinkley, Pam Carter. Liane Jackson, Ava Leathers. Second row: Ann James, Sylvia Dutfey, Charlene Cowden. Suzanne Templeton. Cindy Fitch. Paula Wilson. C a ' .ny Scott, Nancy Higdon, Francis Kyles, Jill Shelton. -J i , :,N ' ' s I Organizations SGA Promotes Open Forums Acting as a liaison between students, faculty, and administration, ttie Student Government Association worked to make Union a more complete college community. Througfi its ctiannels, students make known their opinions, select officers to represent tfiem, and lay ground work for future citizenship. This year the SGA began a series of open forums in which different members of the administrative staff answered questions brought up by students. During the course of the year, the SGA set up committees to look at the different functions of the school. Some of these included: campus improve- ment, evaluation of the chapel program, evaluation of the food services, and a communication committee. SGA Officers: Nancy Higdon, secretary; Dana Northcut, vice president; Jotinny Burl eson, presi- dent; and Julie Freeman, treasurer. SGA Senate: First row: Johnny Burleson, Nancy Higdon, Dana Northcut, Julie Freeman. Stan Eltrut, sponsor Second row: Lmda Preuett. Cheryl Zimmerman, Jeff Moser, Cathy Scott, Rhon- da Hayes, Vickie Sargent, Janet Jameson. Brenda Kemp, Becky Whitehead. Third row: Hugh Coker, Cindy Fitch, Pam Williams, Sandra Loden, Maxie Blackman, Glenn Moore, Wilburn Sim- mons, Ted Hunderup, Sharon Hale, Jane Nash, Kris Brookshire, Terry Brumley. Fourth row: Dennis McKinnie, Kenny Smith, David Bowden, Ed Smith, Mark Yates, Roger Smothers, Tom- my Bivens, Larry York, Ricky Clark, Tommy Cagle, Rodney Lanham, David Sierk, Leadership Qualities Shown in Prexy Club Students wtio are elected to the top leaderstilp positions in their respec- tive organizations or class and all SGA officers are eligible for membership in this club which meets monthly. The purpose of the Prexy Club is to share ideas and information which is of interest and concern to college campus life. The Prexy Club provides for better communication between the administration and the students. Prexy Club: First row: Mike McPeake. Editor, Cardinal and Cream and Inter-fraternity Council; David McCandless. Sigma Alptia Epsilon; Richard Wilfred. Alpha Tau Omega; Ricky Clark, Sophomore Class; Paul Shearm. Men ' s Complex; Rodney Lanham, Junior Class. Second row: Joe French. Editor, Lest We Forget and Lambda Chi Alpha; Randy Phillips, Ministerial Association; Judy Smith. Baptist Young Women; Mary Patrick Spellings, Art Guild; Kenny Smith, Baptist Student Union; Karen Blankenship, Sigma Alpha lota; Jeanna Pearson, Mallory Math Club; Vickie DePnest, Kappa Mu Epsilon; Julie Freeman, Panhellenic Council; Cheryl Zimmerman. Resident Life Board; Karen Jackson. Alpha Chi. Third row: Mike Miller Sociology Clut; Richa ' d Marsh, Footlights; Sharon Hale, Zeta Tau Alpha; Teresa Reves. Chi Omega; Jr i nnv Burleson, Student Government Association; Mark Yates. Rutledge History Club; Tomny tagie, Senior Class; Craig Watkins, Phi Mu Alpha; Dennis McKinnie. French Club. Christian Bond In BSU and FCA The Baptist Student Union is a vital part of the life on the campus. The organization attempts to provide an on-going witness to the importance of Christ ' s place in a person ' s life and IS seeking to be involved in a structured program of personal spiritual grovrth and active Christian witness and ministry. The BSU seeks to involve all students rather than be in competition with other clubs and organizations. An extra effort is made to en- courage all students to be active in local churches. Opportunities are offered for students to serve in revival teams, summer mis- sions and other types of Christian service. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes was formed for Union ' s athletes who are interested in growing spiritually as the y develop and use their athletic skills. FCA is an inter- denominational organization seeking to promote Christian fellowship and spiritual grovrth among varsity athletes. Every athlete is invited to join and participate in the program of FCA. Chartered in the spring of 1976, the chapter is just getting under way, but the prospects for the future are very bright. Baptist Student Union sing " Lift Your Hands. ' FCS: First row: Brenda Kemp. Donna Cotton, Sandra Lewis, Beverly Pryor, Cheryl Zimmermon Second row: Janice Terry, Maurice Holmes, Barry Wilson, Mark Wilson. Dana Northcut, Sam Ttiarpe Tliird row: James Bond. Rictiard Rice, Tim Sykes, Steve Moore Fourth row: Mike Williams, Scott Brewer, Kennetti Lloyd, Paul Alby. Winston Jarrett, Dr Bob Agee ■c ismimM im Ministerial Association: First row: Randy Phillips. John McNail, Randy Cummings, Randy Davis, Randy Latch. Jim Cooper. Edd ie Mattox, Second row: Kenny Smith. Larry Murphy, Mark McCommon, Odis Weaver, Keith Snyder, Richard Owens, Robert Tyson, Larry Wheat. Third row: Paul Schuster, Dan Riley, Scott Brewer, Fred Coyle, Mike Wicinski, Richard Marsh. MA and BYW Are Active The Ministerial Association at Union has a long and rich history. Past officers and members of the organization have gone on to be leaders in churches, educational institutions and the denomination all over the world. The organization seeks to provide opportunities for fellowship, inspiration and to promote growth in professional competence as Christian ministers. Only those students who are pursuing a career in the preaching pastoral ministry are eligible to join. The challenge of world missions is an impor- tant diminsion of a person ' s spiritual growth. The Baptist Young Women is an organization committed to informing the college family about the Southern Baptist Convention ' s program of world missions and asking support. Baptist Young Women: First row: Donna Armour, Debby McCarroll, Phyllis Craft, Mary Stout. Debbie Sadler, Emily Boothe, Becky Mcllvrain, Teresea Coleman, Judy Kite, Second row: Dense Moore, Pam Bales, Donna Bridgeman. Janice Woods. Hope Eltmg, Betsy Pierce. Robin Howard, Cindy Bradley, Patti Irby, Judy Hardy. Lori Lahmers. Patti Isham. They ' ve ' Got Your Number ' in Kappa Mu Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national mathematics society wtiich strives to give recognition to achievement by students and to provide enrichment outside the classroom setting. Eligibility for membership is acquired by having completed at least three mathematics courses, including Calculus, wdth a high grade point average. Officers; Left to right: Jerry McKnIght, Vickie DePriest, Maury Cameo, Dana Northcutt. Kappa Mu Epsilon: Lett to right: Dana Northcutt, Vickie DePriest, Jerry McKnight, Maury Carrico, Richard Dehn, Bill Truex, Nyra Campbell, Paul Schuster, Dr. Joseph Tucker, sponsor, and Sheila Mooney. Officers: From left to right: Wike Miller, Sharon Hale. Brenda Kemp, Jackie Bethany. Human Interaction Basis of Club Study Sociology is one of the most promising and expanding of contem- pory disciplines. It endeavors to scientifically examine human in- teraction and provide practical opportunities for more effective func- tioning of society. By majoring or minoring in Sociology, students prepare themselves for more effective contributions to society, no matter what their ultimate profession may be. A number of professionals in the field have lectured at the meetings on problems and trends in today ' s society. The Sociology Club is open to all majors and minors in this discipline. Members: First row: Susan Churchwell, Beverly Prater, Mike Wicinski, Jeanne Cook, Susan Douglas, Suzy Cartwright. Second row: Eldon Byrd, Theda Ross, Jonathon Tutor, Randy Latch, Tommy Cagle, Jackie Bethany, Brenda Kemp, Sharon Hale, Mike Miller. Dan Owen. Dr. Tom Haygood, sponsor. Alpha Chi Salutes Union ' s Top Scholars The objectives of Alpha Chi are to promote and to recognize superior sctiolarstiip and those elements of character that make for effective service. The society, founded in 1922, has more than 150 chapters m 39 states and represents the highest academic honor on any member campus. The membership of Alpha Chi is composed of the top-ranking ten percent of the junior and senior Union students. Members must maintain their grades and be reinstated each year. The sponsors for Alpha Chi are Dr. Ernest Pinson and Dr. Robert Morgan, and Cynthia Powell. Alpha Chi: First row: Ava Leathers, Nancy Fairless, Mane Morton, Karen Jackson, Betsy Ed- mondson, Paula DePnest, Joy Morns, Bonnie Hadley, Susan Douglas, Jerry McKnight. Dr. Ernest Pinson, sponsor. Second row: Ram Pinliley, Johnny Burleson, Nancy W arlick, Lynn Hadley, Vickie DePnest, Maury Carnco, Rheanne Daster, Kay Delaney, Kathy Melton, Dr. Robert Morgan, sponsor. Rutledje History Club: First row: Chucit Summers, Debby Edmonson, Lon Lahmers, Patti Isham. Second row: Robin Smith, Dave Lewelling, John Livingston, Mary Stout, Jane Van Dyck. Ttiird row: Larry Wheat Fourth row: Bobbie Baird, Pamela Childs. Bar- bara Caldv»ell, Barbara Way, Anita Hooper. Fifth row: Dr. James Edmonson, sponsor, Barry Ammons, Dennis McKinnie, Kathy Plunk, Mark Yates. Social Studies Stir Interest The Rutledge History Club is an organization for history majors and minors. Some of the club ' s activities included a trip to the inaugura- tion of President Carter. Adviser for the club is Dr. James Edmonson. Phi Alpha Theta is Union ' s honorary History fraternity for majors and minors with a 3.1 or above grade point average. Functions for the group include scholarship emphasis and par- ticipation in history department activities. The sponsor is Stan Ekrut. Pi Mu Gamma is an honorary fraternity for students majoring in social studies. Its func- tions include scholarship and participation in the social studies department. Pi Mu Gamma: First row: Roger Chute. Barbara Way. Barbara Caldwell. Gay Semrau Second row: Dr. James Edmonson, sponsor. Richard Marsh, Pam Pinkley, Kathy Plunk, Dr. Thomas Haygood, Eldon Byrd. Phi Alpha Theta: First row: Stan Ekrut, sponsor, Jane Nichols, Gay Semrau, Dennis McKinnie. Second row: Dr. James Edmonson. Eldon Byrd. Dr. Bob Agee, Johnny Burleson, David Sierk, Maurice Holmes. Future Teachers Study Challenge of Education The Student Tennessee Education Association endeavors to prepare member students for ttie teaching profession. The organization helps familiarize future teachers with problems and challenges in education. Classroom situations are emphasized with an eye on the future, and con- temporary concepts in education are brought to the forefront. Dr. William Hedspeth serves as the adviser for the STEA. student Tennessee Education Association: First row: Julie Russnogle, Mane Morton, Patti Kyle, Sandra Carlton, Rayma Dunning, Cheryl Granger, Nyra Campbell, Martha Dickerson, Jenny Edens Second row: Dr Hedspeth, Paula Wilson, Janice Jackson, Cecelia Koonce. Martha Vanaignur, Pam Bates, Judith Gerhardt, Romana Smith, Kathy Plunk, Mrs. Nora Smitti, Sharon Welch, Sandra Webb, Cindy Emmert, Linda Dole, Sarene Hampton, Kay Delaney, Carol Huff- man, Karen Blankenship. Karen Brown. Le Circle Francais: First row; Felicia Lott, Cheryl Zimmerman, Nyra Campbell, Cmdy Carpenter, Dennis McKinnie, Nse Akpan. Second row: Thomas Life, sponsor, Jim Carnes, Carol Acuff, Teresa Coleman, Beth Humphreys, Susan Daniels, Spencer Pollard, Richard Marsh. Language Clubs Study Country ' s Culture To provide a better understanding of the country and culture of the languages being studied, the Language Clubs strive to do this in their different meetings. Each usually has a guest speaker or film on the country being studied. To show this further, each club has adopted a name: Le Circle Francais and El Circulo Hispanico. El Circulo Hispanico: First row: Jill Shelton, Angie Moore, Suzanne Templeton, Steve Marks. Mary Stout, Mary Spellings, Gary Trimble. Second row: Ginny Maddox, Cynthia Powell, spon- sor, Frances Kyles, Ava Leathers, Pam Williams, Susie Hromada, Pat Poteete, Teresa Gilliam, Karen Livingston, Bonnie Hadley. Third row: Bill DeLoach, Teresa Parker. Teresa Stephenson, Julie Powell, Marcia Bieber. Mary Scheffmg. Tommy Wood. Mary Francis Wadley. Hope Elting, Tony Parrish, Paul Hamilton, Tim Seanor. Drama Groups Spark Interest In Play Production Union ' s drama area has two organizations that offer students interested in the theatre an opportunity to apply those interests. Footlights is the group which sponsors ail plays. Not all of the members of Footlights are actors, but the organization includes stage managers, make-up artists, and set designers, all of the various jobs necessary to make a play successful. Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary dramatic fraternity. Membership is based on at- tainment of skills in the field of dramatics. Alpha Psi Omega: First row: Nancy Sherrod, Jane Oakley, Richard Marsh, Wanda Toombs. Se- cond row: Christi Morton, Elaine Owen, lulie Freeman, Mary Walker Tliird row: Joe Countiss, Tommy Bivens, Larry Anderson, Dr George Clark, sponsor Footlights: First row; Richard Marsh. Jonathon Tutor, Cindy Baker, Jane Oakley, Mary Walker, Charles Edmonson, Ray Clark, Susie Jennings Sandy Scruggs, Nancy Sherrod, Danifa Nelson. Elaine Owen, Melanie Taylor, Glenda Watson, Second row: Robert Peacock, Blade Trimble, Rusty Eason plays during one of the concerts. Singers Visit Canada During Spring Tour The music department at Union otters several possibilities tor gifted students to apply their talents. One is the Union University Singers, admis- sion to which is by audition only. The Singers prepare for an annual spring tour, as well as performing at various occasions in the Jackson community. The Singers went to Canada this past spring. Dr. Kenneth Hartley is the director. Siniers: First row: Vicki Curtis, Sue Ellen Wittierington, Cindy Barrett, Beverly Vowell, Robin Hanna. Gwen Bell, Sharon Bledsoe, Betsy Edmonson, Debby Webb, Robin Bentley, Joy Morris Second row: Nancy Warlick, Mary Walker, Julie Freeman, Tern Weston, Diane Taylor, Sylvia Wallace, Denise Robinson, Joy Peters, Teresa Williams, Elaine Owen, Elise Crook, Brenda Raines. Third row: Jim Carnes, Ricky Johnson, David Holmes. Ken Butler, Mike Nason, Butch Ray, Howard Young, Dennis McKinnie. Hugh Coker, Chuck Roberts, Ricky Clark, David Steele, Pat Gray. Fourth row: Wayne Day. Don Davidson, Steve Patterson, Garland Young. David Williams. Steve Carson. Barry Jontz. Larry Anderson, Brian Ford. Craig Watkins. Chorus Features An Evening of Song Open to any student, the Union University Ctiorus performs two major works every year. Under ttie direction of Dr. Kenneth Hartley, the Chorus performed Hymn of Praise in the fall and a sprmg presentation. Dr. Kenneth Hartley directs the Chorus. Robin Hanna and Beverly Vowell perform during fall concert. Union University Chorus. Trio: From left to right: Steve Carson, accompanist. Vicki Curtis, Robin Hanna, and Chiquita Ellis. Select Groups Entertain The select groups of Proclamation and the Trio are very special groups com- posed of the most musically talented students on campus. Performmg at college functions as well as community affairs, the two groups are used exten- sively in public relations programs. Proclamation: From left to riflit: Pat Grey, Beverly Vowell, Elise Crook, Craig Watktns. Steve Patterson Joy Peters, Jim Carnes, Diane Taylor, .and Larry Anderson, Symphonic Band Plays Dramatic Flair Under the direction of Mr. Charles Huffman, the Symphonic Band per- formed two concerts in the fall and in the spring. The Symphonic Band is composed of students with excellent musical talent and dedication. These students help put on dramatic concerts as well as provide contemporary music throughout the year. Mr Charles Huffman as he directs the Symphonic Band. Sympho nic Band: First row: Lynne Hadley, Lisa Lincoln, Mark Wilson, Betsy Edmondson, Dr. Lynn Siepp, Nancy Huffman, Ricky Johnson. Second row: Wayne Day, Paul Gilmer, Jim Kirk, Sharon Bledsoe, Sephira Bailey, David Lebell, Donna Pesneil, Gary Ray. Kevin Hamilton, Nancy Robyns, Debbie Webb. Third row: Terry Sadler, Kirby Johnson, Allen Reed, Joe Appleton, Richard Rodgers, Mark McCommon, Henry Simpson, Janet Thompson, Rusty Eason, Odis Weaver, Barry Keathley, Scott Andrews. Fourth row: Tim Barnes. Billy Ward, Bill Dycus, Larry Anderson, Tommy Naylor, Dr. Kenneth Hartley. Dana Northcutt, Robert Simpson, Brian Ford. Fifth row: Charles Huffman. Ricky Dickerson. Carol Huffman, Teresa Williams, Freda Eason, Karen Blankenship, Pauiette Piercy, Wayne Lewellen. stage Band Entertains A featured attraction at most home games was the playing of the Union University Stage Band. Adding a special touch of excitement at the basket- ball intermission and during games was the Contemporary Rock played by the group under the leadership of Charles Huffman. With the addition of some auditioned musicians plus the regular band, the band also plays for the Miss Union pageant in the spring. Sharp and or mellow sounds com- bined in the Stage Band ' s repertoire of pop classics, soul and a hard-driving rock. stage Band: First row: Scott Andrews, Rusty Eason. Jim Kirk, Barry Keathley. Odis Weaver. Mt Charles Huffman. Pianist: Don Reasons. Second Row: Betsy Edmonson, Sharon Bledsoe, Henry Simpson, Ricky Johnson, Wayne Day, Randy Hicks, Pam Simmons, Craig Watkins, Diane Taylor. Gary Ray, Dawid Bowden, Dana Northcutt, Tommy Naylor, Brian Ford Musical Brotherhood In Phi Mu Alpha Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is an active, professional fraternity for men in music. It was founded m 1898, and the local chapter was formed m 1960. It is the largest professional Greek organization in the world with 278 active chapters. The objectives of the fraternity are to stress brotherhood and musical achievement. Phi Mu Alpha has been active this year at different community functions, sponsoring the campus All-Sing with Sigma Alpha lota, and giving a $300 scholarship. Phi Mu Alpha Larry Anderson presents a trophy during All-Sing. Phi Mu Alpha: Front row, left to right, Gary Ray, Kirby Johnson, Mike Nasan. Jay Robinson, David Brandon, Chris Freeman, Ricky Johnson, Jim Games. Second row, Dave Bowden, Hugh Coker, Craig Watkms, Berry Jont2, Terry Sadler, Robert Hill, Dennis McKinnie, Steve Boyd and Larry Anderson, Third row, Steve Johnson, Brian Ford, Mark Wilson, Ricky Dickerson, Steve Kincaid, Dennis Brooks, Richard Marsh, Bill Dycus. 1 Sisterhood in SAI A» The Gamma Sigma chapter of Sigma Alpha lota, the oldest and largest International Music Fraternity for women, is composed of students taking the courses leading to a Bachelor of Music Degree or the Bachelor of Arts, With a major or mmor in music. Membership is based on excellence in scholarship and individual musical ability. The prime objective of this organization is providing social enjoyment as well as professional interests for music majors. Sifma Alpha lota: First row; Joy Morns, Sue Ellen Witherington, Robin Hanna. Beverly. Vowell. Elise Crook, Karen Blankership, Sandy Hearn, Brenda Raines, Leanne Jackson, Pam Simmons. Second row: Paulette Piercey, Teresa Williams, Gwen Bell, Mary Walker. Vicki Curtis, Chiquita Ellis, Debbie Webb, Betsy Edmonson, Elaine Owen. Third row: Sherry Craivford. Cathy House, Diane Taylor, Carol Huffman. Sharon London, Margie Livingston. Freda Eason. Nancy Huffman, Nancy Dobyns, Nancy Warlick, Julie Freeman, Carol Galey. jr c»«i a . U ■ yifi 5pjjUn LPm S4 5p ifiy ' £k PJ: xS T- I ■5u3 Sr-OAijhrTJ _ . kjX. Jj itvCtK- PkJULu) kJhu UiA Un piA. Pa uJL i4ay vuJiit ' - jf New Art Honorary; International Club Kappa Pi: First row: Spellings, Ted Dill, Mickey Luck, Phyllis Kilby. sponsor, Lydia Not pictured: Primm, Anita Hooper, Tim Seanor. Second row: Grove Robinson, sponsor, Mary Bonnie Hadley, Joy Morris, Dr Pat Pinson. Debbie Warren, Sandy Scruggs Kappa Pi is an International Honorary Art Fraternity. Its charter members have excelled m this field. As the newest organization of Union ' s campus, the group wishes to further artistic ideals and aid with programs to help and en- courage those interested in art. Union ' s International Club is open to all American and foreign students who are in- terested in promoting better understanding and friendship among the students of all nations represented here. The organization provides op- portunities for educational, social and cultural exchanges. International Club: First row: Smart Uhakheme, Darlene Mercer, Kazuo Fudoji, Petrus Ukachukwu, Second row: Adetunju Shonekan, Terry Hodges. Chinedu Epenemkpali, Wilburn Simmons, Colbert Chan, Work on lest We Forget ' Is a Year-Round Project Work on the 1977 Lest We Forget was begun last summer wtien the theme and basic layouts for the mtroduction were made. The staff of the yearbook has worked hard to make this book one of the best in the past few years. This year the color had to be cut back m the mtroduction because of the increasing costs to produce a yearbook. Joe French served as Editor-in-chief of the Lest We Forget, with Betty Foellinger serving as adviser. Joe D, French, Editor-in-chief. David McCandless, Ads; Linda Doyle. Index and Women ' s Basketball; Betty Foellinger. Adviser. Mary Weils. Classes; Krystal Petty, Typist. Sherry Timberlake, Layout, Lisa Daniels, Layout, Gary Cole, Layout and Typist, Twila Black, Typist. Joel Washburn, Photographer. Janice Jackson, Classes. Jacque Patterson, Faculty and Staff, Claudia Johnson, Faculty and Staff. Tim Seanor, Photographer. Not pictured; Tommy Sadler, Candids, and Tim Byrd, Aerial and Robbie Watson, Men ' s Sports, Laura McCants, Associate Editor, Cindy Carpenter, Typist. Panorama Shots. ' Cardinal and Cream ' Issues Reflect Student Opinions The staff of the Cardinal and Cream serves the college as a source of in- formation, opinion and expression. The newspaper tries to capture the different moods of the students through coverage of sports, organiza tions, fraternities and sororities, and other special events. The staff is composed mostly of students vi ho are interested in an English-Journalism major or Journalism minor. Betty Foellinger serves as adviser for the Cardinal and Cream. Mike McPeake served as Editor-in-chief during the fall semester and Cin- dy Carpenter during the spring semester. Cindy Carpenter, Editor-in-chief, spring semester. Staff writers: Jeff Moser, Lisa Daniel, Mary Wells, Claudia Johnson Staff writers: David McCandless and Joel Wastiburn. Ottiers included Lon Amis, Richard Burrough, and Rutti Boales, not pictured. staff writers: Linda Doyle. Keith Blurton. Susie Jennings. Randall Cummings. Not pictured: Jacque Patterson, Mike McPeake. Editor-in-chief, fall semester. Sports 1976 Basebal Schedu e Date School Place Outcome March 8 Lane College Away Rainout 13. Southwestern Union Rainout 15 Belmont Union Lost 19 Middle Tenn. State Univ. Away Lost 20 Trevecca Away Won 2 23 CBC Away Lost 2 25 U.T.WI. Away Lost 2 27 Greenville College Union Rainout 29 Vanderbilt Muse Park Won April 1 Bethel College Muse Park Won 2 Illinois Wesleyan Univ. Union Split 3 Illinois Wesleyan Univ. Union Lost 6 David Lipscomb Union Lost 7 Belmont Away Won 9 LeMoyne Owen Away Won 10 Harris Teachers College Muse Park Won 12 Austin Peay State Univ. Away Lost 13 Bethel College Away Won 14 Lane College Union Won 16 Quincy College Union Won 17 Vanderbilt Away Lost 19 Middle Tenn. State Univ. Muse Park Lost 21 Northeastern Illinois Union Split 23 Delta State Away Split 24 Southwestern Away Rainout 26 U.T.M. Muse Park Split 28 CBC Muse Park Split May 1 Freed-Hardeman Union Split 4 David Lipscomb Away Lost 6 Freed-Hardeman Away Rainout A Tim Sikes stands ready to powder one. So. Alabama Win Sets Tone Fall. 1975 brought with it the crack of the bat as Union University ' s Baseball Bulldogs cranked up for their schedule of fall games and mtra- squad workouts. Dr. David Blackstock was back as the head honcho for the Bulldogs, and he worked the squad hard to ready them for their fall games and more im- portantly the spring season that lay ahead. Highlighting the fall season was a trip to Mobile, Alabama, where the Bulldogs took on the team from the University of South Alabama coached by ex-White Sox manager, and big league player, Eddie Stanky. Union beat the South Alabama team the first time they played them in a closely contested 2-1 ballgame. When the team returned to Jackson, the coaches and team seemed confi- dent and looked forward with anticipation to the spring schedule. The victory at South Alabama had given the perennial NCAA powerhouse its first loss of the fall. Baseball Team. First Row: Keith Frazier, Mickey Thomas. Tim Sikes, Kent Powell, Barry White, John Hasick, Russ Hargraves, Keith Purvis, batboy, John Swope. Second Row: Paul Albea, Jim Hinkleman, Freddie Hill, Randy Carter, Mark Weidemaier, Jackie Vaughan, Wayne Alexander, Sam Tharpe. Manager, Keith Cook. Third Row: Trainer Paul Shearin, Mike Melton. Don David- son, Randy Franks, Ken Griffin, Scott Butler, Maurice Holmes, Assistant Coach Tommy Sadler. Head Coach David Blackstock. Spring, 1976— Season of Excitement The new year brought with it the completion of a spacious new ballpark for the Union baseballers. The team showed its dedication to the game by doing much of the work on the field themselves, in order to ready it for Opening Day. The 1976 Bulldogs were to be led by Senior Captain Andy Rushing and a handful of experienced upper-classmen. Opening day brought Belmont, and the Bulldogs opened with a fairly good crowd who watched a closely fought battle ending in a 5-2 Belmont victory. The rest of the season is history as the Bulldogs posted an 18-21 record which featured victories over powerhouses Vanderbilt and Delta State. The season was not, however, lacking in the excitement department, never better exhibited than in the Bulldogs ' 18-16 victory at LeMoyne Owen m a 13-inning slugfest. Individual honors came at the end of the season for a number of Bulldog ball-players. %X Outfielder Mark Weidemaler awaits his turn at bat. iVrrSH Second Baseman Bubba Day concentrates. ' isr ' iL J , Bench jockeys at work during a fall game. Junior outfielder Mark Weidemaier was nam- ed the Most Valuable Offensive Player; Andy Rushing, the Most Valuable Defensive Player. The lowest earned run average for a pitcher was held by Senior reliable Tommy Sadler. Topping the season off was the selection of four Bulldogs to the All-West Tennessee College All-Star Team: Rushing, catcher; Weidemaier, outfield; Simmons, outfield; and Butler, pitcher. Fall Practice, 1976 This past fall, the tJnion baseballers sported an excellent 10 wins, 1 loss record in fall ball competition, being led by Senior returnees Mark Weidemaier and Barry White. Sporting a 40-game schedule this past spring, the Bulldogs were for the most part made up of youngsters, especially in the infield. For the first time since 1970, the Bulldogs played in the Volunteer State Athletic Conference. 1976-77 Men ' s Basketbal Union Opponent 72 David Lipscomb 82 59 Bethel 56 66 Rust 56 68 Lane 72 82 Southwestern 75 82 Freed-Hardeman 78 61 Delta State 68 80 Christian Brothers 85 96 Mlllsaps 88 77 David Lipscomb 75 59 U. T. Martin 73 64 Christian Brothers 66 54 Rust 77 89 Belmont 75 113 Southwestern 89 95 Lane 77 57 U. T. Martin 59 69 Lee College 64 51 Rust 66 79 Belmont 69 92 Christian Brothers 98 74 Bethel 69 76 Lane 66 81 V.S.A.C. Western Division Playoff (Bethel) 89 a A mid-court leap begins the action. Union Enters VSAC Union University along with one other area college was accepted into the Volunteer State Athletic Conference in September, 1976. The decision in Nashville to admit Union and Freed-Hardeman to the 11-team conference was unnanimous. This action shows the recent progress of Union Univer- sity ' s Basketball Program and set the stage for participation in the V.S.A.C. post-season tournament. Hopes for the illusive undefeated season ended early for the Union basketball team. A tough season opening loss to David Lipscomb 82-72 braced the Bulldogs for a hard-fought season. A home crowd helped Union bounce right back to defeat Bethel College 59-56. In that game both teams shot 50% or better. Union ' s rebounding strength and free throws proved the deciding factor. One of the highlights of the basketball season took place across town at Lane College. In the opening round of the Lane College Invitational basket- ball tournament Union pounded nationally ranked Rust College (Mississip- pi) 66-56. Union shot 49% to Rust ' s 32% from the field which accounted for the difference. Men ' s Varsity Team. Front Row: Don Cram. Steve Moore, Vmt Vaughn, Winston Jarrett, Scott Brewer, Kenneth Lloyd, Samuel Tharpe. Keith Reynolds. Second Row: Coach Jim Swope, Ed Smith, Greg Schroeder, Eddie Smith, Richard Rice, Mike Will: trainer. Lane College also posted a first round victory in that tournament over Freed-Hardeman College. Union fell to ttie host team 72-68 to take second place in the tournament final. The Bulldogs returned home with outstanding back-to-back victories over Southwestern and Freed-Hardeman Colleges. Union outscored visiting Southwestern 82-75, as Richard Rice turned in an outstanding game. He had an amazing 26 rebounds and 23 points to pace the Bulldogs to victory. Two nights later Keith Reynolds led the charge with 10 rebounds and 24 points. Union edged past Freed-Hardeman 82-78. Reynolds and Rice, who added 18 points and 14 rebounds, fouled out of the game. Southeast Missouri State stopped the Bulldog winning streak at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 83-72. Union won the second half of that contest, but could not make up an 11-point half-time deficit. The -Bulldogs got off to a slow start in January with two losses: one against Delta State, 68-61 in Cleveland, Mississippi, and the other against CBC in the first game of the Dixie Tournament at Southwestern in Memphis. 5 The Bulldogs made a strong comeback though in a consolation game agamst Millsaps College, 96-88. The Bulldogs then returned home to meet David Lipscomb College, a tough team that had beaten the Bulldogs m a game earlier in the season. The Bulldogs downed them, 77-75. Two nights later Union fell to tJ.T. Martin 73-59 in another homecourt skirmish. Greg Schroeder hit for 24 points in this losing effort. Christian Brothers College squeezed past the Bulldogs 56-64 in Memphis. Keith Reynolds paced Union ' s team with 19 points in that con- test. Rust College put the Bulldogs down again 77-54 at the Union fieldhouse. Then the Bulldogs got their act together with a homecourt victory over Bel- mont College, 89-75. Keith Reynolds had 29 points and Winston Jarrett and Greg Schroeder each added 18 to the cause. Union ' s next game with Freed-Hardeman was canceled due to inclement weather conditions. In a return to action Union continued its winning ways by crushing Southwestern in Memphis, 113-89. Keith Reynolds and Don Cram combined for 49 points, 27 and 22 respectively, and the team as a whole hit 63 per- cent from the field. .,:,.,The Bulldogs ended January with a victory over 8th ranked Lane College, 95-77. Keith Reynolds scored 23 points and Greg Schroeder hit for 21. The Bulldogs then traveled to Martin only to get beaten 59-57. Union was down by 9 at the half and played a great second half only to lose by 2. liiitt The Bulldogs came back to capture a victory against Lee College in the only outing between the two teams. Richard Rice, a newcomer to the Union squad and Don Grain led the team in scoring with 20 and 18 points respec- tively. It was on to Holly Springs. Miss, where Union again felt the crushing blows of Rust College in a 15-point loss with a score of 51-66. Victory bound for Nashville, the Bulldogs trounced Belmont 79-69 with senior Keith Reynolds leading the scoring effort with 25 points, while Greg Schroeder added 22. An exciting but disappointing Homecoming game saw Union and CBC deadlocked at 82-82 at the end of regulation time, sending the game into overtime. Keith Reynolds scored 23 points which tied Jeff Richey ' s Union career scoring mark of 1,793 points, with Greg Schroeder grabbing 28 points to reach the top score of the game. In overtime play Union fell behind the Bucs, and the contest ended in a score of Union 92 and Belmont 98, Unshaken and ready for action the Union Bulldogs traveled to McKenzie, and whipped Bethel College in an upset 74-69. Senior Keith Reynolds wound up with 20 points which put him over the top, and he now leads the All-Time Scoring Record at Union with points totaling 1,813 points. Jarrett fades away. Schroeder shoots over opponent. Below: Graduating Seniors with Coach Jim Swope, from left Keith Reynolds. Winston Jarrett. and Greg Schroeder. After 23 games and only Lane College left on the regular season scfiedule, Union had posted 12 wins against 11 loses. This insured the Bulldogs of at least a 500 regular season average for the first time in five years. There were a number of surprises this year with upset victories over two Top Ten division III NCAA teams. Richard Rice, a freshman, averaged over 9 rebounds a game. Keith Reynolds broke the school scoring record and has an opportunity to score over 500 points. This year he has led his team in scoring with a 17.7 point average per game. He also was second m reboun- ding with 7.6 an outing. Winston Jarrett led the team with 127 assists, 5.5 per game. Greg Shroeder added inside strength and outside shooting for 7.2 rebounds and 16.6 points per contest. Winston Jarrett, Keith Reynolds, and Greg Schroeder, the team ' s three seniors, have provided excellent leadership for the Bulldogs. In recent weeks Union ' s Basketball squad improved dramatically. In fact, each team in the western division of the V.S.A.C. has developed to the point that the final winner could be any one of them. The post season tournament for the Western Division title will be played at the home courts of the first four finishers. Since, this is Union ' s first year in the Conference, and there was no way to schedule enough league games, the Bulldogs have been seeded in seventh place. Without this handicap. Union would have placed third and won a homecourt matchup in at least the first game of the tourney. Replacing three outstanding seniors from a strong group of returning lettermen will place Coach Jim Swope in an unenviable position. Next year ' s team will feature four seniors, three luniors, and four sophomores from this Bulldog unit. With another banner recruiting year like the last, our men should forge quickly to the top of the V.S.A.C. and again earn the title, " U- nion University, the home of good basketball. " " TH IT 1976-77 Women ' s Basketball State Championship Placed Fourth Blue Mountain College Southeast Missouri University Murray State University NEMJC NEMJC Middle Tennessee State University Belmont Vanderbilt University U.T. Martin Murray State University Western Illinois University Southern Illinois University University of North Alabama U.T. Martin Tennessee Tech University of North Alabama Trevecca Nazarene College Belmont Vanderbilt University Blue Mountain College Tennessee Tech Memphis State University Trevecca Nazarene College Middle Tennessee State University State Tournament, Lambuth and Union Regional Tournament, Frances Marion C ollege National Tournament, California State Polytechnic Janice Terry controls the tip-off. Lady Bulldogs Push For a Repeat Season The Lady Bulldogs began their winning season by defeating D and C Trac- tor Company. 85-51, D and C won the opening tip, but the Lady Bulldogs forced a turnover to regain control of the ball. Union won the game with a fine team effort in both offense and defense The Lady Bulldogs continued their wins for five straight games. Included in these were a pair of victories over Northeast Mississippi Junior College. One game was a 91-66 victory, and the other was a 87-61 victory. The Lady Bulldogs fought a close and exciting game with Middle Tennessee State University, but they were defeated by a small margin of three points. The final score was 88-91. It was their first loss of the season. Women ' s Basketball Team First Row. Charlotte Davis. Nancy Fairless, Donya Duffey. Darlene Fairless. Sandra Lewis. Donna Cotton, Theresa Hale. Second Row. Amy Stafford, statistician. renda Young, scorekeeper, Angela Hubbard, Sherry Henry, Janice Terry, Beverly Pryor. irmingham, Coach. Karen Trybone, trainer. The Lady Bulldogs were not one to start a losing line of games. They began winning again by defeating nationally ranl ed (AAU) Belmont College, 93-86. Their wins continued on as they defeated their opponents with wide margins. Murray State University almost turned the tide for the Lady Bulldogs. Union won by only five points. The score was 94-89. Coach Peggy Birmingham was extremely proud as she talked about her team ' s development. " We are improving with every game. Our field goal percentage, our free throws, and our rebounding have been getting better with every game we play. Right now we are probably the best team in the small college catagory in this area. " On January 22, Vanderbilt ' s newly formed Comodorettes couldn ' t keep pace with Union ' s squad and fell by the score of 97-44. " This victory over a Southeastern Conference team helped us to get noticed, " said Coach Bir- mingham. The Lady Bulldogs then traveled to Carbondale, Illinois to pound Western Illinois University, 110-48. Then after only one night ' s rest, they went onto their 11th win over Southern Illinois University, 74-56. Coach Birmingham cheers her team to victory. Janice Terry lumps for two. Theresa Hale waits for the rebound. Lady Bulldogs reach high for opening tip Theresa Hale works inside for a lay-up. Beverly Pryor releases a free-throw. Sherry Henry works for an inside shot. Sherry Henry shoots inside. Coach Birmingham studys statistics. Theresa Hale attempts a tree-throw. Since the Lady Bulldogs had the prestigious record of more than 20 w;ris there was every expectation that they continue on to the Tournaments. The State Tournament was held March 2-5. The Regional Tournament was held March 9-12 at Frances Marion College, Florence, South Carolina. The National Tournament was March 22-26 at California State Polytechnic, Pomona, California. Lady Bulldogs ready for action. Team Seniors: Darlene Fairless, Sherry Henry. Coach Peggy Birmingham, Theresa Hale. Nancy Fairless, and Karen Trybone. trainer. Tennis Team Builds on 1976 Winning Season In Spring, 1976, the team had a 7-10 record, the most wins ever in a ten- nis season at Union University. Individually, Chuck Summers had the best record in Singles-play v ith a 10-7 record. Chuck and his partner, James Ezell, also had the best record in Doubles-play, vifith a 9-3 record. Larry York had a winning Singles record of 9-9. Larry York and his partner, Steve Cooper, had a 7-7 record in Doubles-play. This showed ex- cellent tennis, especially since they played the Number 1 spot in Doubles during the entire season and had the toughest competition in every match. The team is quite excited about Union University being in the VSAC Conference again. They had a good fall practice and have been working hard all winter. Their spring schedule opened early with a match against Lam- buth College, there, on March 14. Other March matches were with Belmont, Freed-Hardeman, and UT-Martin. April matches included ones with Trevecca, C.B.C., UT-Martin, Bethel, and Shelby State. The team participated in the V.S.A.C. Tournament in Nashville on May 5- 9. Lisa Meadows shows some of her tennis form Tennis Team: First row: Wayne Alexander, Cheryl Zimmerman, Mark Wilson, Barry Wilson, Larry York Second row: Peggy Birmingham, coach, Jeff Jones. Lisa Meadows, tJoward Young, i,. Golf Team in Tournaments The Union University Golf team relied heavily on the performance of freshman Jeff Kitchens and Junior College transfer Jon Majors. Jeff White. Mike Christian, Don Cram, and Keith Reynolds, completed the team for 1976-77. Union played eight matches during April and May and participated in the VSAC tournament on May 10-11 and TIAC tournament on April 15-16. All team competition plus individual records were considered in both tour- naments. Jeff Kitchens tees off. Golf team: Don Morns, coach, Jon Ma|ors, Jeff White, Jeff Kitchens. Not pictured: Mike Christian. Don Cram, and Keith Reynolds. Bulldog Stew Raises Money for Cheerleaders Lifting the spirit of the basketball team and the students is the mam ob- jective of the cheerleaders. This year ' s cheerleaders have worked to preserve school spirit during the sport events and at other times. There have been numerous bonfires and pep rallies in which the cheerleaders have tried to get campus involvement in the games. In the fall they had a fund raising so they could be able to attend " away games " called Bulldog Stew. It was a success with the cheerleaders raising $400. Jackie Bethany helps lead a cheer. Cheerleaders; From left to right; Debbie Webb, Susan Craig, Jackie Bethany, Frances Kyles, Ava Leathers, Pam Pinkley, Jeanna Pearson, Trayce Young. M = ' 3 SiW 1 ■| i B3 ' HjH 1 J i B r jB 3 1 Ail Year Program in Intramurals Is Popular With the fall term came the begmning of one of the most iooked-forward- to of all activities— Intramurals. The intramural year got off to an explosive start v ith men ' s flag football. Despite uncooperative v eather, the games were played with determination by all. Teams from the Faculty. Independents, SAE, ATO, LXA, and IMA all clashed, with the championship being shared by ATO and the Independents. Next, it was time for the girls to get into the action with Volleyball. IVIany hard-fought contests were staged, but in the end the Independent women came out on top. All who participated seemed to enjoy the great variety of action that the sport offers. Winter term came as an active time for intramurals. Men ' s Volleyball proved to be quite a race and ended with SAE emerging alone in the winner ' s circle. All the teams gave it a good shot though, for many games went down to the wire. Men ' s and women ' s shuffleboard, ping-pong, and free-throw shooting also took place during winter term. Intramural football involves many of the men on campus .. , 1 — f) 1 ! ' ' A K„r ' ' Zetas try their tiand at sfruffleboard Volleyball gives ttie women a chance to compete. Individual and Team Efforts Displayed Intramural Men ' s and Women ' s Basketball was played during ttie spring. Always a ttiriller, this season proved to be no different. The ladies also came to enioy football with the Powder-Puff season. Rounding out the year, everyone enjoyed the intramural Softball season. Throughout the year Ten- nis, Racquetball, and One-on-One also made an appearance on the in- tramural roster. Once again, Intramurals proved to be a worthwhile activity, providing im- petus for competition. There is something for every person, and many took advantage of the opportunities presenting themselves. In football, teamwork is important. Ping-Pong allows students to excel in individual abilities. i 1 f ■? ..,,. , . K ' ' 3 Academics PRESIDENT The relationship between the President ' s office and the students of Union University is one of mutual dependence and cooperation. Dr. Craig ' s work is directly affected by the quality of student life and ac- tivities on the campus. He strives to assist the students by securing the best personnel possible, by providing a sound fiscal program, and by main- taining a stable and progressive management of the total college. Dr. Craig was instrumental in the dedication of the Southern Baptist Convention Presidents ' Corridor and the R. H. Ward Social Science Complex. Dr. Robert E, Craig, President. Dr. Craig presents a plaque to Dr Ward for devoted service. TRUSTEES Selected by the Tennessee Baptist Convention to establish school policy. the Board of Trustees are a group of churchmen, businessmen, educators, physicians, and other community leaders and professional persons. The Board is not directly involved in administrative or academic matters. First row: Harold Brundige, Ben Langford. Powers Smith, W. R. Roberts, Albert L. Hansard, Rev. George W. Hill, Dr. David Q. Byrd. Second row: Thomas Lillard, George B. Jones, Jesse Price, James H. Walker, Jr., Dr. Howard G. Kirksey, Dr. James L. Thomas, James E. Threlkeld. First row: Thomas L Moore, David R. Nunn, Dr. E. E. Deusner, Rev. W. Fred Kendall II, J. A. Hadley, Dr. William B. Cockroft, Argyle Graves, Rev. Paul Barkley, Dr. R. G. Jordan. Second row: r orman Hale, John L McRee, James H. Austin, Marvin H. Sandidge, Dr. Charles Sullivan, Dr. Malcolm McDow, Rev. Bob Carpenter, Rev. Paul Williams, Don Stephenson, Byron Epps, Kenneth Hanna, Mack Forrester, John C. Cameron. Not pictured: Dr. Lewis fe.ia. . Cha.-ies D. Foresythe, Waymon G. Jones, M. F. Keathley, Mrs. Joseph H. Miller, Dr. R. Trevis Otey, Glenn Rainey, Dr. Adrian Rogers, Bob L Sellers, Dr. David E. Stewart, Hobart L Townsend, and Homer H. Waldrop, college attorney. Department Chairmen Department Chairmen are In charge of specific subject areas of the academic framework. Each person is a member of the Board of Chairmen under the leadership of Dr. Barefoot, Academic Dean. The chairmen work on arranging course offerings, teaching schedules, and planning within the department. Tom Life Languages Dr. June White Chemistry and Physics Library " The philosophy under which the hbrary operates is. baiicaiiy. that the library and its contents and ils staff exist for the primary pur- pose of meeting the needs of our students and faculty, " says Mr. Harold Bass. Everything that IS done is pointed at carrying out that philosophy. Any library staff member is willing to assist students in finding the material desired or to help meet any need of the students. Between the spring semester and summer session of school in 1976, the card catalog capacity was greatly expanded. Now it is divided into four sections with a total of 288 drawers: it formerly contained three sections with only 180 drawers. Ruth Haluarson Assistant Librarian Dorottiy Blanton Library Technician Beverly Hearn Assistant Librarian Art Developing an appreciation of art and providing an educational climate for ttie development of art skills is the purpose of the Art Department. Evening courses involving students and people from the community were offered. This year the Art Department was proud to participate in the dedica- tion of their new kiln house. Biology Courses in Biology are designed to in- crease the student ' s appreciation of his environment, to contribute to his cultural background, to meet the needs of students preparing to enter graduate school or any professional school. Preparation for schools of medicine is considered also. ■•. Elsie Y Smith Assistant Professor. Biology Dr. Robert A. Morgan Associate Professor, Biology ysiness Administration And Economics Business Administration and Economics courses are designed to provide preparation for employment in the various fields of business. Business career and teacher training in the field are offered so as to give a sound basis to graduate study or to help a stu- dent focus on a particular facet of business. Larry Darby Instructor, Business Business Education Business Education provides a program of basics in secretarial and office programming job learning. Skills in typing and shorthand are the backbone of many of the middle and top management positions opening to women in business. Chemistry and Phy sics The Department of Chemistry and Physics strives to provide every student in school with a better understanding of himself and the environment in which he lives, thus, to help him live better in a technologically oriented society. For those who seek a career in the sciences, the opportuni- ty is presented for an m-depth study of the principles of matter and energy, and their interrelationship. Nell A. UFon Assistant Professor, Business Education Dr. Charles Baldwin Assistant Professor, Chemistry Education students planning to teach on either the elementary or secondary level are better equipped to understand human relations and in- dividual adjustment through instruction m the Department of Educa- tion. It is the design of this department to provide course offerings in the field of education essential for certification to teach by the Tennessee State Department of Education, as well as preparation for further graduate study m many other phases of education, such as school administration, special education, secondary education, elementary education, vocational education, music education, and so on. English and Journalism Recent studies show that students who maiored in English and or Journalism in college are now actively engaged in the major professions as well as in the broad fields of business, publications, public relations, communications, government service, education, and the ministry. As can be seen, the career opportunities are practically un- limited for students with a foundation m English and Jour- nalism. There are four directions available to students interested in these subjects. They are: English Maior; English Minor; English-Journalism Composite Major; Journalism Minor. Dr. Ernest Pinson Associate Professor, English Marilyn Smothers Assistant Professor, English Jen McGraw Part-time Instructor, English Speech Margaret W, Birmingham Instructor, Health and Physical Education The purpose of the speech and theatre program, under the direc- tion of Verne McCabe, is to give students an opportunity to attain a degree of excellence in the per- forming arts. This year ' s season of plays, the most varied since mov- ing to the new campus, included a musical, " Of Thee I Sing " ; a serious drama, " I Never Saw Another Butterfly " ; a Shakespearean comedy, " The Tempest " ; and an old-fashioned preacher play, " One Foot in Heaven. " Health and P.E. The aims of the Health and Physical Education Department are as follows; to build a basis in scientific information for good health attitudes and habits; to guide youth in the con- servation and improvement of their own health and fitness; to cultivate in the student socially desirable attitudes and traits; to offer opportunity for recreation; to emphasize the acquir- ing of skills in recreational physical activities that can be used pleasantly and profitably in later life; to prepare teachers in the fields of school and community health, physical education, and recreation. James R. Swope Instructor, Health and Physical Education History History, including Political Science and a large portion of social science, offers courses wfiich are designed to meet botfi cultural and professional objectives. Tfiey attempt to give tfie student a discriminating knowledge of tfie past by en- couraging an understanding of other times according to the standards of those times and by evaluating institutions and movements in the light of their effects upon later developments. Each year. Dr. Edmonson, chairman of the department, takes students on tours to historical sites. This year he took a group to Washington, D.C. for the inauguration of President Jimmy Carter. Another member of the department, Stan Ekrut has led a number of tours to England. Gay Semrau has taken students to several model United Nations meetings. Language The Language Department tias as its goal a student ' s proficiency in at least one foreign language. Its purpose is to provide instruction in reading, writing, understanding, and speaking througti oral-aural-visual techniques and methods. Cynthia Powell instructor, Language Mathematics and Computer Science The curriculum of the Mathematics Department offers a basic foundation for graduate study and provides for entry into careers that relate to mathematics. In addition to the regular mathematics courses, courses in computer science, programming and data processing were offered. A minor in computer science was approved in the fall of 1976. Ricliard E. Dehn Assistant Professor iVIattiematics William B, Truex instructor, Matliematics-Com puter Science Music The aim of the Department of Music is to develop a high standard of musicianship, to equip the student with the musical skills necessary for professional and vocational leadership, and to provide cultural experiences in music. The department also seeks to prepare public school music teachers for state certification in the fields of vocal and instrumental in- struction, and to train church musicians. Ann Elizabeth Biggs Associate Professor, Music Dr. Joseph Blass Professor, Music Steve Cary Charles H. Huffman June Huffman Donald Martin Instructor. Music Assistant Professor, Theory— Instrumental Instructor, Piano Part-time Instructor Dr. Patricia Pinson Associate Professor, Music— Art Max Pugh Associate Professor, Music Allen Reed Instructor, Organ— Theory Mable Bridger Assistant Professor Nursing Nursing: " A Commitment As Well as a Career " At least that is what most ot the 344 graduates from Union University Department of Nursing have to say about their chosen profession. Whether the graduate is practicing from California to Florida, Connecticut to Texas, or in West Tennessee the in- dividual usually describes his or her experience as: " interesting, " " challenging, " " truly a service to mankind. " Psychoiogy The Psychology Department strives to provide the student with an understanding of psychology from a social and individual basis. Recognizing that there are many new developments in the field of psychology and that these are important to understanding the past, present, and future of the person, the department seeks to incorporate the results of twentieth century thinking into the program whereever possible. Emphasis is placed on student initiative and responsibility within the framework of the ex- isting curriculum. Far from believing that all knowledge is accumulated and that now we merely apply technology, the department focuses on large perspectives within the field of psychology as well as details that are com- plementary to understanding the psychological make-up of the person in his or her life. Sociology The courses in Sociology are designed for the students who desire pre-professional training in different fields of human relations. They are also for those who seek to understand the un- derlying principles in human relations. Human relationships in various areas of social life are presented in a practical and scientific analysis in the courses of the Sociology Department. This approach will help the student learn more about the people around him. The department sponsored a film during fall semester, Cool Hand Luke, which was open to the entire campus community. Dr. Tom Haygood Assistant Professor, Sociology Or. David Irby Associate Professor, Religion Religion and Philosophy As a basic aim, the Department of Religion and Philosophy hopes to make the students aware of the meaning of life through study. An understanding of the basic tenets of the Bible is part of the course study. Comparison and evaluation of the world ' s various philosophers is a part of the curriculum also. liftr. ' ■ Admissions High school and junior college students from Tennessee and surrounding states are personally contacted by Union ' s four Admission Counselors. Guided by Dr. Milburn Blanton, Director of Admissions, the program has had good success. Fall enrollment this year was up five per cent over last year with a record 1028 students. The number of transfer and community students also increased significantly. Donald R. Morris Financial Aids Officer Dan Bates Admissions Counselor Elizabeth Wingo Admissions Counselor Jennifer Shiles Clerk, Admissions Winetta Dukes Administrative Assistant Randy Pate Admissions Counselor BUSINESS MANAGER Robert Wadley Data Processing Margaret Jones Bookkeeper Administrative Assistants The various duties of the administrative areas are dis- tributed among clerks and administrative assistants, rather than having an individual secretary for each administrative officer. Nancy Ross Administrative Assistant Doris Gee Administrative Assistant Barbara Orr Secretary. Academic Center Jane Nictiois Clerk. Academic Center Molinda Collins Administrative Assistant John P. Oougan. Jr. Superintendent, Buildings-Grounds College Services College Services handles all the secretarial production and reproduction work on campus. Offset printing and telephone dictation are helpful to every department and administrator. Personnel of College Services also prints some college publications and handles all the outgoing mail. - ■;;;;,,.;;;, a ;:::t: Mae Scott Dorothy Hopper Supervisor Clerk, College Services DEAN OF STUDENTS Oavid Oran Director of Housing Julia Walker Director of Housing Irene Towater Assistant Director, Housing Susie Jennings takes it easy during open tiouse picnic. During open tiouse, dormitory rooms were on display. DEVELOPMENT Dr W, Walter Warmath Vice President for Development Joe Westbury Director of Public Relations William S. Bates Director of Estate Planning Olen Law Director of Annual Giving- Alumni Affairs RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS Dr Bob R. Agee Dean of Religious Affairs Dr. Patricia Pmson, Director Second Year Honors DePriest, Ctieryl Zim Left to rifht: Jeanne Cook, Betti Humphreys, Jerry Roberts, Ricky Clark, Mark Wilson, Joe Van Dyke, Paula merman, Dennis McKmnie, Carol Galey, Berry Jontz. .Zlj Intellectual Goals Featured in Honors The primary goals of the Honors Program are to provide the superior student with intellectual opportunities beyond the scope of the average classroom. With enriched classes, direct and personal contact with faculty members, greater curriculum flexibility, the Honors Student is given the opportunity to strike out on his own intellectual pursuits. First Year Honors: Lett to riflil: Terry Nealy. Karen Wukitts, Robert Hill, Jimmy Kirk. Joy Peters. Mr Max Pugh. Dr. Patricia Plnson. Garland Young, Ted Hunderup, Oedi Pascball. fV f i4 A • Classes Freshman Class Officers from the left Susan Jotinson, treasurer; Betti Senter secretary Sherry Timberlake. wice president; and Ted Hunderup. president Laura Adams. Jackson. Tn. Gayle Allen. Nashville. Tn. Lori Ames. Memphis. Tn Amy Amnions. Germantown. Tn Kaye Amsden. Memphis. Tn Joe Appleton. Jackson. Tn Donna Armour, Pans, Tn Kay Arnold. Jackson. Tn Devon Arnngton. Atwood, Tn. Bobljie Baird. (Milan. Tn Tern Baker. Portageville, IMo. Tim Barnes, (l lartm. Tn Lisa Barron, Dyer. Tn. Angela Bennett. (McKenzie. Tn. R obin Bentley. Brownsville, Tn. Thomas Bessent, Jr., Friendship, Tn. Tammy Blankenship. Lexington, Tn. Denise Bledsoe. Memphis, Tn. Keith Blurton. Dyer, Tn. Cynthia Bond. Jackson, Tn. Natalie Boyd. Jackson. Tn. Mary Braman. Jackson. Tn. Sue Brandon. Dyersburg, Tn Billy Brasher, Saltillo, Tn. Catherine Brewer. Lexington. Tn. Albert Brinkley, Memphis. Tn. Dennis Brooks. Beldon. Ms. Joel Brown. Jackson, Tn. John Brown, Jackson. Tn. Terry Brumley. Fort Lauderdale, Fl Patricia Burns, Spnngville, Tn Russell Bushart Jr., Jackson, Tn. Ken Butler, Henderson, Ky, Debra Byrd, Memphis, Tn. Robert Byrd, Jackson, Tn. Sherry Caldwell. Lexington, Tn George Calvert. Savannah. Tn Sandra Canada, Trenton, Tn. Timothy Cannon, Humboldt, Tn. Jon Canter, South Fulton, Tn. Randell Carter, Toone. Tn. Timothy Carter. Toone. Tn, Rosalyn Cartwnght. Dyer. Tn. David Casey, Trenton. Tn. Regie Castellaw. Brownsville, Tn. Delores Cherry, Selmer, Tn. Shelia Chilcutt, Brownsville, Tn, Pamela Childs. Milan Tn. Carol Coats. Burlison. Tn. Helen Cole. Humboldt. Tn. Randall Conrad, Jackson, Tn, Keith Cook, Springfield, Tn. Judy Cox, Dyersburg. Tn. Phyllis Craft. Memphis, Tn. Marsha Crawford. Bolivar. Tn. Max Crocker. Jr., Lexington. Tn, Keith Cunningham. Trenton. Tn Cynthia Curnutte. Camden, Tn, Don Davidson. Memphis, Tn. Charlotte Davis, Memphis, Tn, Daiton Davis. Huntingdon, Tn, Deborah Davis, Savannah, Tn. Alan Davis, Paducah, Ky, Suzan Davis, Toone, Tn, Donna Dodds, Memphis, Tn. Ruth Doler, Germantown, Tn, Charles Doty. Ripley. Tn. Bernice Duckworth, Jackson, Tn. Donya Duffey. Big Sandy. Tn. Brenda Duke. Lexington. Tn, Kimberly Duke. Lexington. Tn, Jackie Durick, Brownsville, Tn, Linda Edgar, Portageville. Mo. Deborah Edmonson, Jackson, Tn, Lynn Enzor, Jackson, Tn. Pamela Ervin, Memphis, Tn. Janet Evans, Dyersburg, Tn. William Finley. Jackson, Tn. Came Fowler, Jackson, Tn Leigh Fraley, Tiptonville. Tn Kazuo Fudo|i, Kanagawa, Japan Carol Gaines. Memphis, Tn. Tommy Gardner, Jackson, Tn. Randy Garner, McKenzie, Tn. Randy Garner. McKenzie. Tn Ronald Geddings. Ripley. Tn. Amanda Gibson. Dyersburg. Tn, Stella Gilmore. Gadsden, Tn, Harold Gladney, Southaven, Ms, Debra Goad, Atwood, Tn. Sarah Grace, Jackson, Tn, Lesa Grammer, Memphis, Tn, Marcia Grammer, Pans, Tn, Terry Graves, Union City, Tn, Ashley Gray, Mayfield, Ky. Vicky Gray, Memphis, Tn. Ann Grigsby. Mounds, II. Mane Gurley. Jackson. Tn. Robbyn Hadley. Medon, Tn. Stephen Hale, Milan, Tn, Paul Hamilton, Jackson, Tn, Charlotte Harber, Friendship, Tn, Pamela Hart, Beech Bluff, Tn, Gail Hayes, Bells, Tn. Anita Head, Memphis. Tn. Lorinda Herbold, Milan. Tn. Randal Hicks. Camden, Tn, Norman Hill Jr,, Morganfield, Ky. Robert Hill Jr., Dardin. Tn. Cynthia Hoppers, Trenton. Tn. Margaret Howell. Decaturville, Tn. Cynthia Hudson, Alamo, Tn. Palnria Humptireys, Humboldt, Tn, Ted Hunderup, Portsmoutti, Va. Elizabeth Hurt. Kenton, Tn. Timothy Hutchinson. McKenzie. Tn. Joyce In. Jackson. Tn. Clara Inman. Brighton, Tn. Patti Irby, Pans, Tn. Patti Isham. Madison, Tn. Barbara Jackson. Camden. Tn James Jackson. Trenton, Tn. IVIark Jackson. McKenzie, Tn. Barry Jarnagm. Union City. Tn. Jimmy Jenkins. Camden. Tn Linda Jennings. Toone. Tn, Teresa Jernigan, Brownsville, Tn. Peggy Jim. Hong Kong Donna Jobe. Jackson. Tn. Adrienne Johnson, Jackson, Tn. Claudia Johnson, Pulaski, Tn. Sherry Johnson. Lexington. Tn. Susan Johnson. Southhaven, Ms. Susan Jolly. Memphis. Tn. Paul Jones. Maury City, Tn. David Jordan. Ashland. Ms. Barry Keathley. Union City. Tn. Elsie Keeton. Memphis. Tn «t Jitf]nlM ' h JtJh a i ' y. :ii,-L i L y Z ' ' ' " Jt h : Dunnda Keltner, Humboldt, Tn. Tonya Kenny, Oyersburg, Tn. Billie King, Bolivar, Tn Dean King, Pinson. Tn, Sandra King. Joliet. II. Barbara Kirby. Milan. Tn. Linda Kirby. Lavina. Tn. Ruby Kirby, Lavma. Tn. James Kirk. Alamo. Tn. William Kisner. Memphis. Tn. Jeffrey Kitchens. Memphis, Tn. Judy Kite, Union Grove, Wi. Lori Lahmers. Dunlap, Tn. Judy Leathers. Jackson, Tn. Terry Lemons. Newborn, Tn. Jackey Leonard. McKenzie, Tn. Yin Han Leung. Hong Kong Cynthia Lindsey. Gibson, Tn. Ronnie Little. Memphis. Tn. Mike Livingstone, Nashville, Tn. Kenneth Lloyd, Tuscumbia, Al. Felicia Lotl. Burlison, Tn. Wayne Luellen. Memphis. Tn, Virginia Maddox, Jackson, Tn, Phillip Mansfield. Martin, Tn, Steve Marks, Jackson Tn, Debbie Martin. Memphis, Tn, Dons Martin, Jackson. Tn, Frances Martin. Memphis. Tn. Steve Martin, Memphis. Tn Deborah Mathis, Humboldt, Tn Joni May. Memphis, Tn Laura McCants. Memphis, Tn, Kathy McClatchey, Jackson, Tn, Mark McCommon, Grand Junction, Tn, Nancy McCrary, Lebanon, Tn, Nada McDaniel, Memphis, Tn. Flora McElrath. Decaturville, Tn, Laura McGaffer. Jackson, Tn. Lisa Meeks, Memphis, Tn Brenda Millspaugh, Jackson, Tn, Edna Mitchell, Martin, Tn. Steve Moore. Memphis. Tn. Beverly Morgan, Huntingdon, Tn. Ronnie Morgan. Memphis, Tn. Jeffrey Moser, Memphis. Tn, John Moss. Humboldt. Tn Stephan Murray, Nashville, Tn. Tommy Naylor, Dyersburg, Tn. Terry Neely, Memphis, Tn. Danita Nelson, Dover, Tn. Lois Nelson. Bells, Tn. Steven Nelson. Bells. Tn, Judy Newman. Stanton. Tn. Robert Nicholson, Milan, Tn. Kathy Northcutt, Steele, Mo. Mary Page, Lexington, Tn. Patricia Parker, Old Hickory, Tn. Tony Parrish, Luray, Tn. Edythe Paschall, Jackson, Tn. Donna Pecoraro, Humboldt, Tn Robbie Peters, Winchester, Tn. Jeanne Phillips, Lexington, Tn. Martha Phillips, Jackson, Tn. Betsy Pierce, Memphis, Tn. Elsie Piontkowski, Huntingdon, Tn. Margaret Polan, Parson, Tn. Spencer Pollard. Memphis. Tn. Tammie Porter, Memphis. Tn Patricia Poteete, Memphis, Tn. Kent Powell. Hollow Rock, Tn. Rebecca Powell. Memphis, Tn. Gloria Prater, Waynesboro, Tn. Janice Priddy, Jackson, Tn. Beverly Pryor, Drummonds, Tn. Thomas Rice, Alamo, Tn. Reatha Reeves, Darden, Tn. Richard Rice. Milan, Tn. Timothy Ridgell, Jackson, Tn. Danny Riley, Memphis, Tn. Charles Roberts, Union City, Tn. Rebecca Robertson. Saltillo. Tn Susan Robinson, BIytheville. Ak. Charles Rogers, Memphis, Tn. Cynthia Roper. Memphis, Tn. Deborah Sadler, Memphis, Tn. Terry Sadler, Jackson, Tn. Tracy Sanders, Milan, Tn. Frances Sargent, Memphis, Tn. Frances Sawyer, Memphis, Tn. Garry Schubert. Elkton, Ky Treva Sellers, Jackson, Tn. Elizabeth Senter, Jackson, Tn. Ricky Shackelford, Jackson, Tn. ' " ' 1 ' , ' John Yarbrough. Decatur. Al, Donna Young. Memphis. Tn, Garland. Young. Memphis. Tn. Howard Young. Paducah, Ky. Henry Simpson HI. Middleton. Tn. Kathy Simpson. Bells. Tn. Robert Simpson. Memphis. Tn. Donald Smith. Ripley. Tn, Henrietta Smith. Jackson. Tn. Hunter Smith. Henderson. Tn. Jerry Smith Jr.. Jackson, Tn. Jimmie Smith, Selmer. Tn. Karen Smith. Memphis. Tn. Paulette Smith. Henderson. Tn. Robin Smith. Middleton. Tn, Brenda Snider. Jackson. Tn. Eva Stanley. Jackson, Tn. Rose Steed. Jackson. Tn. David Steele. Winchester. Tn. Lynn Steftes. Paris. Tn. Lester Stone Jr.. Jackson, Tn. Mary Stout. OTallon, IL Rick Stncklin. Humboldt. Tn. Ann Sturdivant. Brownsville. Tn. Sharon Taylor. Milan. Tn. David Thomas. Jackson. Tn, Leeta Thomason. Jackson. Tn. Ruth Thompson. Milan. Tn, Marilyn Tillman. Alamo. Tn, Sherry Timberlake. Millington. Tn. Tommy Tucker, Jackson. Tn. Robert Tyson, Toone. Tn. Jane Van Dyck. Pans. Tn. Jeanne Veteto. Memphis. Tn, Carolyn Vincent, Bolivar, Tn, Joyce Walker, Bath Springs. Tn, Catherine Walters. Humboldt. Tn. Lawrence Wang. Oak Park. II. William Ward. Memphis. Tn. Tommy Warnock. Jr.. Memphis. Tn. Brent Warren. Rives. Tn, Mary Watt. Jackson. Tn Terry Weatherford. Memphis. Tn. Kim Weatherly. Bruceton. Tn. Glenn Weimar, Columbus. Oh. Mary Wells, Memphis, Tn. Tern Weston. Paris. Tn, Larry Wheat. McKenzie. Tn. Billy Wheeler. Memphis. Tn. Franklin White. Memphis, Tn. Ricky Wilburn. Munford. Tn. Sherry Wilcox. Halls. Tn. James Williams. Pans. Tn. Freida Winkley, Jackson, Tn. Robaya Wolfe. Savannah. Tn. Gary Wood. Humboldt, Tn. Susan Wood. Bells. Tn Darletha Woods. Humboldt, Tn. Janice Woods. Halladay. Tn, Karen Wukits. Lexington. Tn. SOPHOMORES Sophomore Class Officers: from the left. Cindy Fitch, secretary; Ricky Clark, president: Glenn Moore, vice president: and Sandra Lewis, treasurer. Carol Acuff, Holladay, Tn. Paul Albea. Dyer, Tn William Allen, Camden, Tn, Barry Ammons, Ripley, Tn Scott Andrews, Memphis. Tn. Sammie Arnold. Halls. Tn Deborah Aven. Memphis. Tn. Sephira Bailey. Bells. Tn. Michael Bam. Gates. Tn, Cynthia Baker. Lexington. Tn. Pamela Bates, Parsons, Tn. Susan Bedwell, Savannah, Tn. Marcia Bieber. Memphis. Tn. Tvnia Black. Memphis. Tn, Carol Blankenship. Covington. Tn. Deborah Bledsoe. Marion, Ar. Philip Bond. Memphis. Tn. Steven Boyd. Memphis. Tn. Cynthia Bradley. Norris City. 11. Susan Branch. Burleson. Tn. Sherma Bridgman. Fairview Heights. II. Billy Brown. Jr . Portageville. Mo. Carolyn Brown. Harrisburg, Ar. Vanissa Brown. Bolivar, Tn. Mary Burton. Savannah, Tn. Beverly Camp. SI Louis. Mo, Cindy Carpenter. Memphis. Tn Bruce Carr. Mountain View, Mo, Cathy Carr, Humboldt. Tn, Colbert Chan, Hong Kong Steve Cheatham, Brownsville, Tn. Sherry Churchwell. Memphis. Tn. Joyce Clark. Coldwater. Ms. Mark Clark, Jackson, Tn, Troy Clark. Jackson. Tn. Hugh Coker. Jr , Tupelo, Ms. Teresa Coleman, Holladay, Tn. Susan Collins. Union City, Tn. Jeanne Cook. Memphis. Tn. William Cowden. Jackson, Tn. Edgar Cox, Jr., Bruceton. Tn. Candice Craig. Jackson, Tn. Susan Craig, Steeleville. II. Donald Cram. Jackson, Tn. lames Crook, Memphis, Tn. Penny Crownover, Lexington, Tn. Vicki Curtis, Memphis, Tn. Lisa Daniel, Memphis, Tn. Darrell Davenport, East Prairie, Mo, Marilyn Davis, Jackson, Tn. William Deloach, Jr. Humboldt, Tn. Jamie Dement, Brownsville, Tn, Daniel Denston. Alexandria, Va. Richard Dickerson. Bolivar. Tn. Nancy Dobyns, Trenton, Tn. Sonja Dodd, Trenton, Tn, Linda Dorris, Jackson, Tn. Sharon Dorrough, Jackson, Tn. Camla Elliott. South Fulton, Tn Chiquita Ellis, Jackson, Tn. Florence Elting, O ' Fallon, III. Debra Fancher, Memphis. Tn. Hal Fewell, Alamo, Tn,- Cindy Fitch, Madisonville, Ky. Thelma Ford. Memphis, Tn. James Frazier, Greenfield, Tn. Chris Freeman, Gideon, Mo. Greg Frizzell. Lexington, Tn. Carol Galey, Memphis, Tn. Gary Gerhardt, Jackson, Tn, Teresa Gilliam, McKenzie. Tn. Robin Graves, Milan, Tn. Lisa Green, Dyer, Tn. Kenneth Griffin, Old Fort. NC Deborah Grimm. Pensacola, Fl. Robert Gwaltney, Trenton. II. Robert Hadley. Medon, Tn. John Hall, Huntingdon, Tn. William Halton, Jackson. Tn. Michael Hamilton, Bemis, Tn. Linda Hammett, Jackson, Tn. Bobbie Hampton. Memphis, Tn. Judy Hardy. Arlington, Tn. John Hasick, Tampa, Fla, Lisa Hawks, Humboldt, Tn Rhonda Hayes, Bells, Tn Steven Hayes. Sardis, Tn Deborah Helms, Scotts Hills, Tn James Hill, Jackson. Tn Terry Hodges. Dyersburg, Tn. David Holmes, Lexington, Tn Anita Hooper. Bethel Springs, Tn. William House, Milan. Tn. Susan Hromada. Memphis, Tn. Nancy Huffman. Jackson, Tn. Dons Humphreys, Dresden, Tn. Cynthia Hunter, Wildersville, Tn. Mary Jackson. Memphis. Tn. Janet Jameson, Memphis, Tn. Cynthia Jelks. Paris. Tn Susan Jennings, Covington. Tn Marsha Jernigan. Bethel Springs. Tn Cynthia Johns. Vienna. II. Kirby Johnson. Memphis. Tn. mM Randy Johnson, Camden. Tn. Gary Jones, Memphis, Tn, Jefferson Jones. Savannah, Tn Philhp Jones, Hammond, In, Robert Jontz. IWemphis. Tn. Helen Karnes, Dyersburg, Tn. Kathleen Kelly, Trumbull, Ct. Brenda Kemp. Greenfield, Tn, Keith Kincaid, Memphis, Tn. Judy Larue, Lexington. Tn. Leesa Law, Jackson, Tn. William Law. Memphis. Tn. Ginger Laws. Jackson, Tn. John Lewellmg, Ripley. WV James Lewis. Lexington. Tn Sandra Lewis, Henderson. Tn. Linda Lindsey. Huron. Tn, John Livingston. Camden. Tn. Karan Livingston. Camden. Tn, Sandra Loden. Memphis. Tn Sylvia Lovelace. Brownsville. Tn. Stanley May. Memphis. Tn. David MCandless. Memphis. Tn. Patricia McElyea. Memphis. Tn. Rebecca Mcllwain. Southaven. Ms. William McKinnie. Middleton. Tn. John McNail. Milan. Tn Sandra McNatt. Jackson. Tn. Ramona Mercer. Central City. Ky. Daniel Miller. Jackson. Tn Anthony Mitchell. Jackson, Tn. Ronnie Moody. Scotts Hill. 1 Sheila Mooney. Ripley. Tn. Glenn Moore. Memphis. Tn. Joseph Moore. Jackson. Tn. Larry Moore, Kenton, Tn, Lisa Moore, Selmer, Tn. Mary Moore. Jackson. Tn. Paula Moore. Parsons. Tn. Tony Moore. Lexington. Tn. Larry Murphy. Trezevant. Tn. Susan Murphy, Trimble. Tn. Candela Nevius. Jackson. Tn. Denise Norvell. Memphis. Tn Sandra Nunley, Lexington. Tn. Carol Owen. Paris. Tn. Susan Powell, McLemoresville, Tn Thomas Powell, Jackson, Tn. Lydia Pnmm, Parsons, Tn. Lee Pulley, Decaturville, Tn. Leon Purvis, McKenzie, Tn. Vicki Rankin, Mercer, Tn, Patricia Rea, Humboldt, Tn. Jerry Roberts, Memphis, Tn. Susanne Ruiz, Henderson, Tn Raymond Runner, Jackson, Tn Kenneth Sanders, Jackson, Tn Mary Schetfing, Bolivar, Tn. Sandra Scruggs, Douglasville, Ga, Elizabeth Senter, Memphis, Tn, Paul Shea, Ripley, Tn. Paul Shearin, Memphis, Tn. Belinda Shelby, Parma, Oti. Dorothy Shelton, Jartson, Tn. Yolanda Shephard, Humboldt, Tn. Gaylon Shockley, Nashville, Tn. Wilburn Simmons, Dyersburg, Tn. Daniel Owen, Pans Tn. Richard Owens, Jackson, Tn. Leroy Ozier, Jackson, Tn. Barbara Page, Beech Bluff, Tn. Teresa Parker, Humboldt, Tn. Kevin Parsons, Memphis, Tn Robert Peacock, Maury City, Tn. Jeanna Pearson, Humboldt, Tn. Donna Pesnell, Key West, Fl. Krystal Petty, Lexington, Tn. Tony Phillips, Sardis, Tn Randell Pool, Millmgton, Tn. SHAM IC VINNtAPOLIS Ml Richard Skelton. Jackson, Tn. Carolyn Smith, Jackson, Tn. Edward Smith, Louisville, Ky. Jan Smith, Jackson, Tn. Kassandra Smith, Jackson, Tn Susan Smith, Toone, Tn. Thomas Smith, Huntington, WV. Deborah Smoot, McKenzie. Tn. Don Snipes, Olive Branch, Ms. William Stevens, Somerville, Tn. Gv»endolyn Strayhorn, Atwood, Tn, Laura Stringfellow, Lexington, Tn. Myrna Summers, Craigsville. WV. Linda Swope, Jackson, Tn. Ann Taylor, Union City, Tn. Suzanne Templeton, Jackson, Tn. Janice Terry, Henderson, Tn Tom Thompson, Carlisle, Pa John Tolbert, Ripley, Tn Joe VanDyke. Dyersburg, Tn. Vint Vaughan, Lafayette. Tn. Mona Vaughn, Tiptonville, Tn. Barbara Vavtter, Milan, Tn. George Waddell, Memphis, Tn. Karen Wade, Memphis, Tn. Randolph Wadlington, Bartlett, Tn. Evelyn Walker, Covington. Tn. John Walker, Savannah, Tn. Sylvia Wallace, Lexington, Tn. Joel Washburn, McKenzie, Tn. Janice Weimar, Columbus. Oh. Jeff White, Jackson, Tn. Robert White, Humboldt, Tn. Terry White, Petal, Ms Rebecca Whitehead, Park Forest. II Larry Wilbur, Memphis, Tn. Michael Wicinski. Memphis, Tn, Michael Williams, Memphis, Tn. Teresa Williams, Jackson, Tn. Dons Wilson. Huron, Tn. John Wilson, Memphis, Tn. Paula Wilson. Jackson, Tn Dennis Yarbro, Sparta, Tn. Tracye Young, Bradford, Tn. Cheryl Zimmerman. High Ridge, Mo, Gwendolyn Bell. Jackson, Tn Michael Bell. Jackson. Tn Thomas Bivens. Friendship. Tn James Blackman. Charleston. Mo Sandra Blalark. Jackson. Tn James Bond. Ripley. Tn. Emily Boothe. McLemoresville. Tn John Borden. Jr., Jackson. Tn David Brandon. Dyersburg. Tn Sandra Brasfield. Jackson. Tn Scott Brewer. Memphis. Tn. Kristi Brookshire. Metropolis, II. Pamela Browder. Memphis. Tn Jessie Brown. Jackson. Tn Steve Brown. McKenzie, Tn. Leon Buchanan. Jackson. Tn. Johnny Burleson. McKenzie. Tn, Richard Burrough. Humboldt. Tn Jimmy Burton. Lexington. Tn James Butler. Memphis. Tn. James Campbell. La Habra. Ca. Michael Campbell. Union City, Tn James Carnes, El Dorado, Ak Maury Carrico, Memphis, Tn Steve Carson, Okmulgee, Ok Michael Christian, Lebanon, Tn. Ray Clark. Brighton, Tn. Jackie Clayton. Southaven. Ms. Elmer Cole. Jackson. Tn, Donna Cooper. Jackson. Tn, Donna Cotton. Medina. Tn. Joseph Countiss. Jr.. Berea. Ky. Alfred Coyle, II, Memphis, Tn, Donna Crawford, Somerville, Tn. Sherry Cravrford, Hornsby, Tn. Rebecca Crocker, Memphis, Tn. Sybil Crook, Memphis. Tn, Martha Davenport, Humboldt, Tn. Marci Davie, Memphis, Tn, James Davis, Bolivar, Tn, Randy Davis, Toone. Tn, Paula DePnest, Dyer, Tn, Martha Dickerson, Corinth, Ms. Ted Dill. Lexington. Tn. James Duffel, Jr., West Memphis, Ak, Rusty Eason, Memphis, Tn Jenny Edens. Halls, Tn, Charles Edmondson, Palm Desert, Ca. Connie Edwards, Reagan, Tn, Pam Edwards, Jackson, Tn, Cynthia Emmert. Waverly, Tn. Charles Erwin. Martin, Tn, Kenneth Eudy, Jonesboro, II. Linda Ewing, Jackson, Tn, Charles Ferrell, Friendship, Tn, Donna Fink, Jackson, Tn, Elvin Foddrill, Jackson, Tn, Wayne Foropoulos, Jackson, Tn. Dorothy Frady, Brownsville, Tn Gary Franks, McKenzie, Tn, Julie Freeman, Memphis, Tn, Joe French, Springdale, Tn, Sandra Futrell, Jackson. Tn. Rheanne Green. New Johnsonville, Tn. Kathy Grubbs. Lebanon. Tn. Robin Hanna. Pans, Tn. Sandra Hearn, Jackson. Tn. Charles Hicks, Jackson, Tn. Nancy Higdon, Dyer, Tn, Maurice Holmes, Campbellsville, Ky. Melody Hopper, Jackson, Tn. Cathy House, Bartlett, Tn. Robin Howard, Memphis, Tn. Angela Hubbard. Savannah, Tn. Patrick Iheiinka. Obowo. Nigeria Cynthia Jacobi. Jackson. Tn. Debbie James, Jackson. Tn. Richard Johnson. Selmer, Tn. Steve Johnson, Byhalia, Ms. Gordon Johnston. Willow Springs. Mo. Sadie Jones, Jackson, Tn, William Jones, Waynesboro, Ms Phyllis Kilby. Whiteville, Tn. Yoshie Kurosaki, Otaru, Japan K eith Langston, Arlington, Tn. Rodney Lanham, Gravel Switcti. Ky. Ava Leathers, Jackson, Tn, Carol Lemon. Jackson, Tn. Nita Leung. Hong Kong Lisa Lincoln, Memphis, Tn Cynthia Littiefield. Memphis. Tn Sandra Long, Jackson, Tn David Lynch. Gastonia, NC Cheryl Wladdox. Ridgely, Tn Jack Maness, Medon, Tn Suzanne Matthews, Brownsville, Tn Edward Mattox, Memphis, Tn. Deborah McCarroll, Steele, Mo, Chuck McElhannon, Southaven. Ms Mike Melton. Henderson. Tn Mike Miller, Southaven. Ms. Lee Mitchell. Jackson. Tn. Tera Montgomery, Metropolis, II. Barry Moore. Memphis. Tn Marie Morton, Bethel Springs. Tn. I P UNION UNIVERSITY STUDENT HOUSING-PARKING ATHLETIC FIELDS-GYMNASIUM " DELIVERY MAINTENANCE :i I Joe Mosier, Henderson. Tn Candace Nale. Bogota. Tn. Jane Nash. Millers. Md Rick Newman. Jackson. Tn Steven North. Bells. Tn, Dana Northcutt. Waverly. Tn. Joshua Obaleye, Brooklyn. NY Charles Page. Parson. Tn Jacquelyn Patterson. Memphis. Tn Stephen Patterson. Camden. Tn Suzanne Phillips. Milan. Tn, Pamela Pinhley. Humboldt, Tn. Linda Powers, Alamo, Tn. Beverly Prater. Waynesboro. Tn. Larry Pratt. Jackson. Tn. Linda Prevett. Memphis, Tn, Brenda Raines, Memphis, Tn. Theda Ross, Buena Vista, Tn. Philip Rowlett, Jackson. Tn. Donna Scheele. Lexington, Tn. Paul Schuster, Dyersburg, Tn, Kathy Scott. Jackson, Tn. Tim Seanor, Chattanooga, Tn. Christine Seller, Jackson, Tn. Clitf Sharp, Jackson, Tn. David Sierk, Jackson, Tn. Tim Sikes, Jackson, Tn. Pam Simmons, Poplar Bluff. Mo. Mary Taylor, Milan, Tn, Samuel Tharpe. Pans, Tn, Janet Thompson, Memphis, Tn. Linda Timbes, Brownsville, Tn. Vickie Todd. Wildersville, Tn. Jonathan Tutor, Memphis, Tn. Petrus Ukachukwu, Jackson, Tn. Thaddus Ukachukwu, Jackson, Tn. Kenny Smith, Trezevant, Tn. Vicky Smith. Ripley. Tn. Wendell Smith, Medina, Tn. Roger Smothers, Camden, Tn. Lucinda Snipes, Coffeeville, Ms. Keith Snyder, Vienna, II. Stephen Sorrell. Brownsville, Tn. Mary Spellings, Jackson, Tn George Stegall Jr.. Memphis, Tn. Teresa Stephenson, Mercer. Tn Dwayne Stevens. Jackson, Tn. Lesa Stewart. Humboldt, Tn Barry Stover, Obion, Tn Charles Summers. Paducah, Ky, JUNIORS Mn M v3 John Vaughan, Brighton. Tn, Beverly Vowell, Pans, Tn Mary Wadley, Jackson, Tn Mary Walker, Memphis, Tn Anna Washington, Memphis, Tn, Glenda Watson, Clinton, Tn, Robbie Watson, Nesbitt, Ms. Odis Weaver, Silverton, Tn. Sandra Webb, Memphis, Tn Randy Wheeler, Milan, Tn, Jinger White, Jackson, Tn Cathy Williams, Southaven, Ms. Pam Williams. Jackson, Tn, Patricia Williams, Humboldt, Tn. Robert Williams, Dyersburg, Tn. James Wilson, Bolivar. Tn. James Withermgton. Memphis. Tn, Janea Wood. Mt, Vernon. II Linda Wood. Humboldt. Tn, Thomas Wood. Selmer. Tn. Larry York. Poplar Bluff. Mo Brenda Young, Memphis. Tn. ! -.f , SENIORS • -v:s Senior Class Officers: from tlie left. Tommy Cagle, president: Sharon Hale, vice president: Teresa Reves, treasurer: and Lisa Meadows, secretary Nelle Agee. Jackson. Tn. Victor Akpan. Ekpene. tJkpa Ttiomas Allen. Parsons, Tn. Shedrack Amadi, Port Harcourt Anthony Amechi. New York, NY Larry Anderson. Arlington. Tn. Richard Arnold. Gadsden, Tn. Michael Ashford, Moscow, Tn. Constance Avent. Toone. Tn. Linda Balsbaugh. Jackson. Tn, Jacqueline Bethany. Memphis. Tn Mary Seville. Jackson. Tn Lester Bishop. Camden. Tn Karen Blankenship. Memphis. Tn. Sharon Bledsoe. Nashville. Tn. Ruth Ann Boales. Jackson. Tn Benny Boals. Humboldt. Tn David Bowden. Birch Tree. Mo Miles Boyd Jr.. Memphis. Tn. John Boyer. Medon. Tn. Brenda Brown. Huntington. Tn Karen Brown. Memphis. Tn. Quinn Burkett. Ramer. Tn. William Burns. Dyersburg, Tn. Kathy Burton. Jackson, Tn. Lynnette Byars. Covington. Tn, John Bynum Jr , Jackson. Tn. Thomas Cagle. Jackson. Tn Barbara Caldwell, Jasper, Tn. Carolyn Camp, Alamo. Tn. Jane Campbell. Rockwood. Tn. Nyra Campbell, Cutler, Tn. Ronald Canada. Trenton. Tn. Sandra Carlton. Memphis. Tn. Charles Cavanaugh, Corydon. Ky. Steven Cavanaugh Euansville Roger Chute Meredosia II Patti Coleman Jackson Tn Cathy Cooper Henderson Tn James Cooper Newport Mi Randall Cummmgs Jackson Tn Marsha Dabney Jackson Tn Susan Darnels Friendship Tn Estelle Davis Bolivar Tn Perry Davis Denmark Tn Wayne Day Paducah Ky David Debell Selmer Tn Betty Delaney Sardis Tn Robert Dent Holly Springs Ms Vicki Depriest Dyer Tn Jan Donaldson, Selmer, Tn. Susan Douglas, Lexington, Tn Danny Doyle, Jackson, Tn. Linda Doyle, Jackson, Tn. Sylvia Duffey, Humboldt, Tn. Paula Dunaway, Halls, Tn Rayma Dunning, Gleason, Tn. Billy Dycus, Newbern, Tn, Freda Eason, Lexington, Tn. Betty Edmonson, Jackson, Tn Linda Elder, Henderson, Tn. Lavonda Ervin, Jackson, Tn. George Essien, Eket Darlene Fairless, Trenton, Tn Nancy Fairless, Trenton, Tn. Jams Fite. Jackson. Tn. Brian Ford, Nashville, Tn Beverly Foropouios. Jackson. Tn. Gina SIpes Fortner, Jackson, Tn. Wlarforie Fullerton, Camden, Tn. Judith Gerhardt. Jackson. Tn. Mary Gibbs, Troy, Tn. Susan Gilmer, Nashville, Tn. David Goode, Ripley. Tn, Annette Goodrum, Boliver, Tn. Cheryl Granger. Memphis, Tn. Vince Gray. Southaven, Mi. SENIORS Patty Griffin. Humboldt. Tn. Marvalyn Grimes. Jackson. Tn Robert Grissom. Gieason. Tn Bonnie Hadley. Humboldt, Tn. Lynne Hadley. Jackson, Tn, Sharon Hale, Memphis, Tn. Theresa Hale. Lavinia. Tn. Dottie Halter. Lexington. Tn. Sandra Haltom. Jackson. Tn James Hancock, Jr., Jackson, Tn Pamela Handley, Savannah, Tn Pamela Hardee, Jackson. Tn. Gary Harner, Jackson. Tn. Nancy Harner. Jackson. Tn. Lonnie Harris. Jackson. Tn. Rogers Harry-Okuru. New York. NY Gary Hayes. Humboldt. Tn. Maurice Hays. Jackson. Tn. Sherry Henry, Union City, Tn, Johnny Herriman, Jackson, Tn Joni Hill, Memphis, Tn. Sherry Hillhouse, Jackson, Tn. James Hmkleman, Lansing, II. Isaac Hockett, Jackson, Tn. Deborah Hodge, Bolivar, Tn. Teresa Hodge, Jackson, Tn. Linda Holland, Friendship, Tn. Alton Hoyle, Jackson, Tn. Carol Huffman, Jackson, Tn. Jere Hughes. Trenton, Tn. Nancy Ingram, Fowlkes, Tn. Janice Jackson, Whiteville, Tn Karen Jackson, Jackson, Tn Ann James, Memphis, Tn. Debbie James, Jackson, Tn. Winston Jarrett, Ripley, Tn. Doyle Jennings, Huntingdon, Tn. Catherine Johnson. Jackson. Tn Vicki Johnson, Humboldt, Tn. Robert Johnston, Jackson, Tn Almetrice Jones, Humboldt, Tn. Jeannie H Jones, Alamo, Tn Anthony Jordan, Greenville, Ky. Dawna Joseph, Wyckoff, NJ Sharon Joseph, Wyckoff. NJ Barry Joyce, Jackson, Tn. Stephen Kincaid, Chatsworth. II. Larry Kirby, Jackson, Tn. Tommy Kobeck, Memphis, Tn. Cecilia Koonce, Bells, Tn. Patrice Kyle, Florence, Al. SENIORS Laura Kyles Humboldt Tn Edith Langley Piley Tn Randy Latch Medon Tn Troy Leach. Medon, Tn. Janet Lee, Henderson. Tn Charlotte Letters, Nashville. Tn. David Lemons. Jackson. Tn. Majorie Livingston, BristoL Va. Sharon London. Columbia. Tn. Richard Long. Jackson. Tn. Christy Lovell. Jackson. Tn. Dinah Lowery. Badsden. Tn. Lisa Luckey. Humboldt. Tn. Vicki Hflaness. Jackson. Tn. Richard (l larsh. Baltimore. fM. James McDaniel. IVIemphis. Tn Jerry McKnight. Gleason. Tn. - ■1 ' -? f0: Michael McPeake. Huron, Tn. Lisa Meadows. Lexington. Tn. James Melton. Crockett Mills. Tn. Mary K, Melton. Camden. Tn. Lea Ann Meriwether. Jackson. Tn. Hershel Merwin. McKenzie. Tn. Donna Miller. Humboldt. Tn. Rosemary Miller. Jackson. Tn. Kathy Minner. Jackson. Tn. Diana Morris. Clarksville. Tn. Teresa Moss, Jackson. Tn. William Myers. Alamo, Tn. Mike Nason. Memphis. Tn. Alice Nickias, Jackson. Tn, Jerry Norwood, Ramer, Tn Victor Akpan Nse-Abasie. Ekpene, Ukpa Olivia Oakley, Milan, Tn. Barbara Payne. Henry, Tn, Mark Pennington. Columbia, Tn. Anita Perry, Jackson, Tn Carolyn Phillips, Westerville, Oh. Randall Phillips. Lavinia. Tn Paulette Piercey. Jackson. Tn Kathy Plunk. Finger. Tn. Anne Ponko. Jackson. Tn Pamela Pratt. Jackson. Tn Ruth Pulley, Decaturuille, Tn Jo Lynn Randall, Alamo, Tn. Gary Ray, Southaven, Ms William Reasons, Alamo. Tn. Belinda Reed, Lexington, Tn. Gary Reese. Jackson, Tn Ronald Reynolds, Savannah, Tn. Harold Rivers, Jr., Clarksville, Tn. Kathy Rivers, Jackson, Tn. Teresa Reves, Jackson, Tn. Charles Robinson. Memphis, Tn, Gayle Rogers. Memphis. Tn. Julie Russnogle. Tuscaloosa, Al. Elizabeth Sanders, Memphis, Tn. Sherry Sanders. Finger. Tn. Vickie Sargent. Brovtnsville, Tn. Gregory Schroeder. Owensboro, Ky. Teresa Schumpert. Verona, Ms. Nancy Sherrod. Harrisburg, II. Charles Siler, Union City, Tn. Donna Sims, Dyer, Tn. Debra Smith. Valparaiso. In Judy Smith, Memphis, Tn. Romana Smith, Louisville, Ms, V alter Smith, Jackson, Tn. Valinda Snider. Lexington. Tn. Debbie Stanfill. Huntington, Tn, Diane Taylor, Alamo, Tn. Lawara Taylor. Yuma. Tn. Victor Thacker, Memphis, Tn. James Thomas. Jackson, Tn. Janice Tigner, Williston, Tn. Wanda Toombs. Memphis. Tn. Gary Trimble. Vicksburg. Ms Karen Trybone, Dyersburg, Tn. Charlotte Turnbow. Saltillo, Tn Kay Turner, Jackson. Tn, Martha Vaigneur. Jackson, Tn, Thomas Vandiuer, Boliver, Tn, Cindy Vinson, Belden, Ms Dorothy Walker, Jackson, Tn Pamela Walker, Mayfield, Ky, Patty Walker, Trezevant, Tn Nancy Warlick, Jackson. Tn. Debbie Warren, Jackson, Tn, Craig Watkins, Memphis. Tn. Carol Watts. Brownsville. Tn, Barbara Way. Wtiiteville. Tn, Brenda Weaver, Jackson, Tn, Deborah Webb, Jackson, Tn Deborah Webb, Ripley. Tn, Mark Weidemaier, Columbus. Oh, Sharon Welch, Jackson. Tn, Katrina Whaley. Humboldt, Tn, Barry White. Bradford. Tn. Richard Wilfred, Whitesboro, N.Y, Janet Williams. Little Rock. Ar, William Williams, Brownsville, Tn, Earl Wiman, Mayfield, Ky, Sue Witherington, Rutherford. 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Close 12 Midnight Monday through Saturday ( m cmMne .. IBERTY Hamilton Hills Shopping Center Madison South Shopping Plaza 206 N. Royal 1139 Airways We Give S H Green Stamps Liberty Supermarkets my FmoE Old Hickory Mall, Jackson, Tn. 38301 GREG JORDAN, Manager (9011668-0401 Greg ' s Hallmark Shop T J ' s Army Surplus Store Greg ' s Hallmark Shop, Old Hickory Mall, in addition to Hallmark cards and gift lines, offers other inexpensive gifts, pgsaw puzzles. Russell Stover candies, posters, and writing papers ... T J ' s Army Surplus Store offers a good line of fraternity shirts, jackets and jerseys INDEX A Acuff, Carol . . . 83,160. Adams, Bill . . . 136. Adams, Laura . . . 154. Agee, Dr. Bob R. . . . 53,76,81,141,150. Agee, Nelle . . . 171. Akin, Deborah Anne . , . 166, Akpanumun, Nse Abasi Victor . . . 83,171. Akpanumun, Victor . . . 171, Albea, Paul Ray . , , 76,101,160. Alexander, Bill Lee . , . 166. Alexander, Sandra Gayle . . . 166. Alford, Dr. W ayne . . . 127. Alexander, Wayne . . . 101. Allen, Connie . . . 171. Allen, Gayle . . . 154. Allen, Thomas , . . 171. Allen, William . . , 160, Alpha Chi . . 80 Alpha Psi Omega ,84. Alpha Tau Omega .27. Amadi, Shedrack , , , 171. Amechi, Anthony , . , 171, Ames, Lori , , . 154. Ammons, Amy . . . 154. Ammons, Barry . . . 81,160, Amsden, Kaye , . . 154. Anderson, Larry . . . 40,50,84,88,90,171, Andrews, Scott . . . 88,89,160, Appleton, Joe . . . 88,154. Armour, Donna . . . 77,154. Arnold, Kay . . . 154. Arnold, Richard . , . 171, Arnold, Sammie Leo , , , 70,160. Arnngton, Devon , , , 154. Ashford, Michael . . . 171. Austin, James H. . . . 125, Aven, Deborah , , , 160, Avent, Constance , , . 171. Academics . . . 123. B Bailey, Sephira . . , 88,160. Bam, Michael . , , 70,160, Baird, Bobbie , , . 81,154. Baker, Cynthia K. . . , 84.160. Baker, Tern , , , 154, Baldwm, Dr, Charles , , , 132, Balsbaugh, Linda , . . 171. Baptist Student Union ... 76. Baptist Young Women .77. Barefoot, Dr, Hyran E, , , , 127,141. Barkley, Rev. Paul . . , 125, Barnes, Tim . . . 88,154. Barrett, Cindy . . , 65,166, Barrix, Sarah , , . 171. Barron, Lisa . . . 154. Bass, Betty . . . 144. Bass, Harold L . , . 126, Bates, Dan , , . 142, Bates, Dianne , , , 67.69,166. Bates, Pamela . . . 77,82,159. Bay, Sarah . . . 139. Becker, Deborah . . . 166. Bed ell, Susan . . . 81,159. Belew, Bobby . , . 166. Bell, Gwendolyn . , , 166, Bell, Mike . . . 71,166. Bennett, Angela . . . 154. Bentley, Robm . . . 68,154. Bessent, Thomas . . , 154, Bethany, Jackie . . . 118,171. Beville, Mary . . . 171. Bieber, Marcia , , , 83,160, Biggs, Ann Elizabeth , , , 138. Birmingham, Coach Peggy . , , 111,112,114, 115,135, Bishop, Lester , , . 171, Bivens, Thomas , , , 74,84,166. Blackman, James Maxwell . . . 66,74,166. Blackstock, Dr. David . . . 101,127. Blalark, Sandra . . . 166. Blankenship, Carol . . . 68,160. Blankmship, Karen . , , 24,50,75,82,88,171. Blankenship, Tammy . . . 154. Blanton, Dorothy . . . 130. Blanton, Dr. Wilburn W. . . . 126. Blass, Dr. Joseph . . , 138. Bledsoe, Deborah . . . 160. Bledsoe, Denise . . . 154, Bledsoe, Sharon . . . 88,89,171. Blurton, Keith ... 62, 154. BIythe, Helen S. . . . 134. i Boales, Ruth Ann . . . 171. Boals, Benny . . . 171. Bobyns, Nancy ... 88. Bond, Cynthia , . . 154, Bond, James . . . 76,166. Bond, Philip . . . 160. Boothe, Emily . . . 77,166. Borden, Jr., John . . . 166. Bouchillon, Dr. Bill , , . 127. Bowden, David Douglas , , . 63,74,89,90,171. Boyd, Margaret . . . 147. Boyd, Jr., Miles , . , 171. Boyd, Natalie . . . 154. Boyd, Steven . . . 63,90,160. Boyer, John . . . 171. Bradley, Cynthia . . . 77,160. Braman, Mary . . . 154. Branch, Susan . . . 160. Brandon, David . . . 66,90,166. Brandon, Sue . . . 55,64,154. Brasfield, Sandra . . . 166. Brasher, Billy . . . 154. Brewer, Catherine . . . 154. s: Brewer, Maggie Nell . . . 147. Brewer, Scott . . . 76,77,166. Bridgeman, Donna . . . 77,160. Bridger, Mable . . . 139. Brmkley, Albert . . . 67,154. Brooks, Dennis . . . 90,154. Brookshire, Kristi E. . . . 64,74,166. Browder, Pamela . . . 166. Brown, Jr., Billy . . . 160, Brown, Brenda . . . 171. Brown, Carolyn . . . 160. Brown, Jessie . . . 166. Brown, Joel . . . 154. Brown, John . . . 70,71,154. Brown, Karen ... 82. Brown, Sandra . . . 139. Brown, Steve . . . 70,166. Brown, Vanissa . . . 160, Brundige, Harold . . . 125. Brumley, Terry . . . 74,154. B.S.U. .11. Buchanan, Leon . . . 166. Burkett, Quinn ... 50. Burleson, Johnny . . . 33,70,74,75,80,81,166. Burns, Patricia . . . 154. Burrough, Richard . . . 166. Burton, Jimmy . . . 166. Burton, Mary . . . 160. Bushart, Russell . . . 154, Butler, James . . . 166. Butler, Ken . . . 154. Butler, Scott . . . 101. Byrd, Debra . . . 154. Byrd, Dr. David Q. . . . 125. Byrd, Eldon . . . 79,81,127. Byrd, Robert . . . 154. Cagle, Tommy . . . 66,74,75,79,171,172. Caldwell, Barbara . . . 81,171, Caldwell, Sherry . . . 154. Calvert, George ... 154. Cameron, John C. . . . 125. Camp, Beverly . . . 160. Campbell, James . . . 166. Campbell, Michael . . . 166. Campbell, Nyra . . . 78,82,83. Canada, Sandra . . . 154. Cannon, Timothy . . . 70,154. Canter, Jon . . . 154. Carey, Steve . . . 138. Carlton. Sandra . . . 82,161. Carnes, James . . . 40,83,90,166. Carpenter, Rev. Bob . . . 23,125. Carpenter, Cmdy . . . 29,83,160. Carr, Bruce . . . 160. Carr, Cathy . . . 69,160. Carrico, Maury . . . 66,78,80,166. Carson, Steve . . . 166. Carter, Pam . . . 71. Carter, Randell . . . 101,155. Carter, Timothy . . . 155. Cartwright, Rosalyn Suzette . . . 65,79,155. Casey, David . . . 155. Castellaw, Reggie ... 155. Cavanaugh, Steve . . . 32,172. Chan, Colbert . . . 160. Cheatham, Steve . . . 160. Cheerleaders ... 118. Cherry, Delores . . . 155. Chilcutt, Sheila . . . 155. Childs, Pamela . . . 81,155. Chi Omega . . . 27,68. Christian, Michael . . . 166. Churchwell, Sherry . . . 160. Chute, Roger . . . 81,172. Claris, Dr. George . . . 84,128. Clark, Joyce . . . 160. Clark, Mark . . . 160. Clark, Ray . . . 84,166. Clark, Ricky . . . 25,58,66,74,75,151,160. Clayton, Jackie . . . 166. Coates, Carol . . . 155. Cockroft, Dr. William B. . . . 125. Coker Jr., Hugh . . . 63,74,90,160. Cole, Elmer . . . 166. Cole, Helen . . . 155. Coleman, Patti . . . 172. Coleman, Teresa . . . 77,83,160. Collins, Mellnda . . . 144. Collins, Susan . . . 69,160. Conrad, Randall . . . 155. Cook, Jeanne . . . 79,151,160. Cook, Keith . . . 67,101,155. Cooper, Cathy . . . 172. Cooper, Donna . . . 166. Cooper, James . . . 77,172. Cotton, Donna . . . 53,65,76,111,166. Cowden, Eve Charlene ... 71. Cowden, William . . . 160. Cox Jr., Edgar . . . 160. Cox, Judy . . . 155. Coyle, III., Alfred . . . 77,166. Davis, Marilyn . . . 161. Craft, Phyllis . . . 77,155. Davis, Perry . . . 172. Craig, Candy . . . 160. Davis, Randy . . . 77,167. Craig, Dr. Robert E. . . . 124. Davis, Suzan . . . 155. Craig, Susan . . . 69,119,161. Day, Bubba . . . 102. Cram, Donnie . . . 160,161. Day, Wayne . . . 88,89,172. Crawford, Donna . . . 64,67,166. Debell, David . . . 88,172. Crawford, Marsha . . . 64,155. Dehn. Richard . . . 78,137. Crawford, Sherry . . . 64,166. Delaney, Betty Kay . . . 50,80,82,172 Crocker, Becky . . . 167. Deloech, Bill . . . 83,161. Crocker, Tad . . . 155. Dement, Daniel . . . 161. Crook, Elise . . . 167. Deusner, Dr. E. E. . . . 125. Crook, Mike . . . 54,160,161. Denston, Daniel . . . 67,161. Crownover, Penny . . . 160,161. Dent, Robert . . . 172. Cummings, Randall . . . 77,172. DePriest, Paula . . . 80,151,167. Cunningham, Keith . . . 155. DePriest, Vickie . . . 52,75,78,80,172 Dickerson, Debbie . . . 146. Dickerson, Martha . . . 82,167. Dickerson, Ricky . . . 88,90,161. Dill, Ted . . . 167. Dobyns, Nancy . . . 69,161. Dodd, Sonia . . . 161, Dodds, Donna . . . 155. KBfiBy E l Doler. Ruth . . . 155. Donaldson, Jan . . . 172. HLjj K Dorris. Linda . . . 64.161. Dorrough, Sharon Kay . . . 65,161. Doty, Charles . . . 155. Dougan, Jr., John P. . . . 145. Douglas. Susan . . . 52,79,80,172. Doyle, Danny . . . 172. Doyle, Linda . . . 82,172. Duckworth, Bernice . . . 155. p 5 ' - ' Duffel, Jr., James . . . 167. Duffey, Donya . . . 111,155. Duffey, Sylvia . . . 68,71,172. Duke, Brenda . . . 155. Duke, Kimberly . . . 155. Dukes, Winetta . . . 142. Dunaway, Paula . . . 65,172. HSllhe la Dunning, Rayma . . . 82,172. Durick, Jackie . . . 155. Dutcher, Beverly . . . 155. Carnutte, Cynthia . . . 155. Dycus, Bill . . . 88,90,172. Curtis, Vickie D Dabney, Marsha . . . 172. Daniel, Lisa . . . 161. Daniels, Susan . . . 52,83,172. Darby, Larry . . . 132. Davenport, Darrell . . . 161. Davenport, Martha . . . 64,167. Davidson, Don . . . 101,155. Davis, Alan . . . 155. Davis, Charlotte . . . 64,111,155. Davis, Dalton . . . 63,155. Davis, Deborah . . . 64,155. Davis, Estelle . . . 172. Davis, James . . . 167. Davis, Marci . . . 167. Eason, Freda . . . 88,172. Eason, Rusty . . . 23,88,89,167. Edens, Jenny . . . 82.167. Edgar, Linda . . . 155. Edmondson, Charles . . . 84,167 Edmonson, Betty . . . 60,80,88,89,172. Edmonson, Deborah . . . 69,81,155. Edmonson, Dr. James . . . 81,128. Edwards, Connie . . . 167. Ekrut, Stanley . . . 71,74,81,136. Elder, Linda . . . 172. Ellington, Donna . . . 139. Elliott, Camla . . . 161. Elliott, R.G. . . . 143. Ellis, Chiquita . . . 161. Elting, Hope . . . 77,83.161. Emmert, Cindy . . . 64,82,167 Enzor, Lynn . . . 155. Epps, Byron . , , 125. Ervin, Lavonda . 172. Ervin, Pamela . , . 155 Erwin, Charles . . 167. Essien, George . . 172. Eudy, Ken . . . 167. Evans. Janet . . . 155. Evans, Teddy . . . 18. Ewing, Linda . . 167. Fairless, Darlene . . . 111,115,172. Fairless, Nancy , . . 32,38,51,80,111,115,172, Faicinelli, Joyce ... 18. Fancher. Debbie . . . 161. Feely, Linda . . . 139. Fellowship Christian Athletes ... 76. Ferrell, Charles . . . 167. Fewell, Hal . . . 161. Fink, Donna . . . 167. Finley, William . . . 155. Fitch, Cindy . . . 33,55,69,71,74,160,161. Foddrill, Elvin . . . 167. Foellinger, Betty H. . . . 39,134. Footlights ... 84. Ford, Brian . . . 70,88,89,90. Ford, Thelma . . . 161. Foropoulus, Beverly . . . 51,173. Foropoulus, Wayne . . . 167. Forrester, Mack . . . 125. Fowler, Carrie . . . 155. Frady, Dorothy . . . 167. Fraley, Leigh . . . 155. Franks, Randy . . . 41,66,101,162. Frazier, James . . , 161. Frazier, Keith . . . 101,103. Freeman, Chris . . . 90,161. Freeman, Julie . . . 58,69,74,75,84,167. French, Joe . . . 58,62,75,94,167. Frizzell, Greg . . . 161. Fudoji, Kazuro . . . 155. Fugate, Dr. Clyde . . . 147. Futrell, Sandra . . . 167. Gaines, Carol . . . 155. Gardner, Tommy . . . 155. Garner, Randy . . . 71,155. Geddings, Ronald . . . 155. Gee, Dons . . . 144. Gerhardt, Gary . . . 161. Gerhardt, Judith . . . 52,82. Gibson, Amanda Jane . . . 69,155. Gilliam, Teresa . . . 69,83,161. Gilmer, Jr., Paul . . . 155. Gilmore, Stella . . . 155. Gladney, Harold . . . 155. Goad, Debra . . . 155. Grace, Sarah . . . 155. Grammer. Lesa ... 68. Grammer, Marcia . . . 155. Granger, Cheryl . . . 52,82. Graves, Argyle . . . 125. Graves, Robin . . . 161. Graves, Terry . . . 155. Gray, Ashley . . . 155. Gray, Pat . . . 29. Gray, Vicky . . . 155. Greeks ... 56. Green, Lisa . . . 161. Green, Rheanne Daster . . . 80,167. Griffin, Kenneth . . . 67,101,161. Gngsby, Ann . . . 155. Grimm, Deborah . . . 161. Grissom, Bobby . . . 22,63. Grubbs, Kathy . . . 167. Gurley, Marie . . . 155. Gweltney, Robert . . . 161. H Hadley, Bonnie . . . 51,80,83,173. Hadley, Lynne . . . 80,88,173. Hadley, N. A. . . . 125. Hadley, Robbyn . . . 155. Hadley, Robert . . . 161. Hale, Norman ... 125 Hale, Sharon . . . 58,64,67,74,75,79,171,173. Hale, Stephen . . . 155. Hale, Theresa... 33,38,111, 112,113,114,115,- 173 Hall, John . . . 161. Hall, Roy . . . 38. Halter, Dottie . . . 173. Haltom, Sandra . . . 173. Halton, William . . . 161. Halvarson, Ruth . . . 130. Hamilton, Kevin ... 88. Hamilton, Paul . . . 83,155. Hammett, Linda . . . 29,59,63,65,161. Hammett, Sarah . . . 147. Hampton, Bobbie . . . 161. Hampton, Sarene ... 82. Hancock, James . . . 173. Handley, Pam . . . 63,173. Hanna, Kenneth . . . 125. Hanna, Robin . . . 29,40,65,86,167. Hansard, Albert L. . . . 125. Harber, Charlotte . . . 155. Hardee, Pamela . . . 173. Hardy, Judy . . . 77,161. Hargraves, Russ . . . 101. Harner, Gary . . . 173. Harner, Nancy . . . 173. Harris, Lonnie . . . 173. Harry-Okuru, Rogers . . . 173. Hart, Pamela . . . 155. Hartley, Dr. Kenneth . . . 86,88,128. Hasick, John . . . 101,161. Hathcox, Dr. Kyle . . . 128,132. Hawks, Lisa . . . 162. Hayes, Gail . . . 155. Hayes, Gary . . . 173. Hayes, Rhonda . . . 74,161. Hayes, Steven . . . 161. Haygood, Dr. Tom . . . 140. Haynes, Carol . . . 139. Hays, Maurice . . . 173. Head, Anita . . . 155. Hearn, Beverly . . . 130. Hearn, Sandra . . . 167. Hedspeth, Dr. William . . . 82,133. Helms, Deborah . . . 162. Henry, Sherry . . . 53,58,64,111,113,114,115, 173. Herbold, Lorinda . . . 155. Herriman, Johnny . . . 52,173. Hicks, Charles . . . 167. Hicks, Randal . . . 89,155. Higdon, Nancy . . . 40,55,69,71,74,167. Hill, Freddie . . . 101. Hill, Rev. George W. . . . 125. Hill, James . . . 162. Hill, John . . . 173. Hill, Norman, Jr. . . . 71,155. Hill, Robert, Jr. . . . 90,151,155. Hillhouse, Sherry . . . 174. Hinkleman, James . . . 101,174. Hockett, Issac . . . 174. Hodge, Deborah . . . 174. Hodge, Teresa ... 174. Hodges, Terry . . . 162. Holland, Linda . . . 174. Holmes, David . . . 162. Holmes, Maurice . . . 76,101,167. Honors Program . . . 151. Hooper, Anita . . . 81,162. Hopper, Dorothy . . . 146. Hopper, Melody . . . 167. Hoppers, Cynttila . . . 155. House, Cattiy . . , 167. House, William . . . 162. Howard, Robin . . . 77,167. Howell, Margaret . . . 156. Hoyle, Alton . . . 174. Hromada, Susan . . . 59,69,71,83,161. Hubbard, Angela . . . 111,167. Hudson, Cynthia . . . 156. Huffman, Carol . . . 68,82,88,174. Huffman, Dr. Charles H. . . . 88,89,138. Huffman, June . . . 138. Huffman, Nancy . . . 88,162. Hughes, Jere . . . 174. Humphreys, Beth . . . 83,151. Humphreys, Doris . . . 162. Humphreys, Patricia . . . 156. Hunderup, Ted . . , 74,151,154,156. Hunter, Cindy . . . 67,68,162. Hurt, Elizabeth . , . 156. Hurt, Libby . . . i 59. Hutchinson, Timothy . . . 71, 156. Ihejirika, Patrick . Independents ... 26. Independent Ensemble . In, Joyce . . . 156. Ingram, Nancy . . . 174. Inman, Clara . . . 156. Irby, Davida ... 63. Irby, Dr. David ... 141 Irby, Patti . . . 77,156. 167. 27. Jennings, Susie . . . 69,84,148,162. Jernigan, Marsha . . . 162. Jim, Peggy ... 156. Jobe, Donna , . . 156. Johns, Cynthia . . . 162. Johns, Sandra . . . 139. Johnson, Adrienne , . . 156. Johnson, Catherine . . . 174. Johnson, Claudia , . . 156. Johnson, Kirby . . . 88,90,162. Johnson, Randy . , . 163. Johnson, Richard . . . 167. Johnson, Ricky . . . 88,89,90. Johnson, Sherry , . . 156. Johnson, Steve . . . 90,167. Johnson, Susan . . . 154. Johnson, Vickie . . . 174. Johnston, Gordon . . . 62.167. Johnston, Robert . . . 174. Jolly, Susan . . . 156. Jones, Almetnce . , . 174. Jones, Dennis . . . 62. Jones, Gary . . . 163. Jones, George B. . . . 125. Jones, Jeannie H. . . . 174. Jones, Jefferson . . . 163. Jones, Margaret . . . 143. Jones, Paul . . . 156. Jones, Phillip . . . 163. Jones, Robert . . . 163. Jones. Sadie . . . 167. Jones, William . . . 167. Jontz, Berry . . . 90,151. Jordan, Tony . . . 51,174. Jordan, David . . . 156. Jordan, Dr. R.G. . . . 125. Joseph, Dawna . . . 174. Joseph. Sheron . . . 68,174. Joyce, Barry . . . 174. Kirksey, Dr. Howard G. . . . 125. Kisner, William . . . 40,156. Kitchens, Jeffery . . . 156. Kite, Judy . . . 77,156. Kobeck, Tommy . . . 174. Koger, Mea . . . 139. Koonce, Cecelia . . . 52,82,174. Krei, Melinda . . . 136. Kurosake, Yoshie . , . 167. Kyle. Patti . . . 51,69,82,174. Kyles, Francis . . . 41,71,83,118,119. Kyles, Laura . . . 174. Isham, Patti . . . 77,81,156. [ LeFon, Nell, A. . . . 132. Lahmers, Lon . . . 69,77,81,156. J Lambda Chi Alpha . . . 25,63. Karnes, Helen . . . 162. Langford, Ben . . . 125. Keathley, Barry . . . 88,89,156. Langley, Edith . . . 174. Keeton. Elsie . . . 156. Langston, Keith . . . 168. Jackson, Barbara . . . 156. Kelly, James . . . 143. Unham, Rodney . . . 41,66,74,75,166,168. Jackson, James . . . 156. Kelly, Kathleen . . . 162. Larue, Judy . . . 163. Jackson, Janice . . . 65,82,174. Keltner, D. . . . 156. Latch, Randy . . . 77,79,174. Jackson, Karen . . . 51,75,80,174. Kemp, Brenda . . . 74,76,79,162. Law, Leesa . . . 38,163. Jackson, Liane . , . 68,71. Kenny, Tonya . . . 69,156. Laws, Ginger . . . 65,163. Jackson, Mark . . . 71,156. Kendall, Rev. W. Fred, II . . . 125. Leach, Troy ... 175. Jackson, Mary . . . 162. Kilby, Phyllis . . . 65,167. Leathers, Ava . . . 38,69,71,80,83,118,168. Jacobi, Cynthia . . . 167. Kimzey, Dr. Willis H. . . . 126,141. Leathers, Judy . . . 68,156. James, Debbie . . . 167,174. Kincaid, Keith . . . 162. Leavell, Dr. Landrum ... 19. Jameson, Janet . . . 74,162. Kincaid, Steve . . . 90,174. Lee, Janet . . . 175. Jarnigan, Barry . . . 156. King, Dearled . . . 156. Lee, R. G. . . . 6. Jarrett, Winston , . . 33,76.174. King, Sandra . . . 156. Letters, Charlotte ... 175. Jelks, Cynthia . . . 162. Kirby, Larry . . . 174. Lemons, Carol . . . 168. Jenkins, Jimmy . . . 156. Kirby, Linda . . . 156. Lemons, David ... 175. Jennings, Doyle . . . 174. Kirby, Ruby . . . 156. Lemons, Terry . . . 156. Jennings, Linda . . . 156. Kirk, Jim . . . 88,89,151,156. Leonard, Jackey . . . 156. Leung, Nita . . . 168. Leung, Yin Han . . . 156. Lewellen, Wayne ... 88. Lewelling, Dave ... 81. Lewelling, John . . . 163. Lewis, James . . 163. Lewis, Sandra . . . 65,76,111,113,114,115,160, 153. Life, Thomas . . . 83,128. Lillard, Thomas . . . 125. Lmcoln, Lisa . . . 88,168. Lindsey, Cynthia . . . 156. Lindsey, Linda . . . 163. Little, Ronnie . . . 71,156. Littlefield, Cynthia . . . 168. Livingston, Karen . . , 83,163. Livingston, John . , . 163. Livingston, Margie . . . 29,175. Livingston, IVIike , . . 156. Lloyd, Kenneth . . . 76,156. Loden, Sandra . . . 55,69,74,163. London, Sharon ... 175. Long, Richard . . . 175. Long, Sandra . . . 168. Lott, Felicia . . . 83,157. Lovelace, Sylvia . . . 163. Lovell, Christy . . . 175. Lowery, Dinah . , . 175. Luck, Meredith . . . 130. Luckey, Lisa . . . 175. Luellen, Wayne . . . 157. Lynch, David . . . 168. Lynch, Lousie . . . 145. Lynch, Morris . . . 140. Maddox, Ginny . . . 68,83,157. Maddox, Cheryl Lynn , . . 67,68,168. Maners, Barbara . . . 146. Maness, Jack . . . 168,175. Mansfield, Phillip . . . 157. Marks, Steve . . . 70,83,157. Marsh, Richard . . . 51,75,77,83,84,90,175. Martin, Debbie . . . 157. Martin, Donald . . . 138. Martin, Doris . . . 157. Martin, Frances . . , 157. Martin, Steve . . . 157. Mathis, Deborah . . . 157. Matthews, Suzanne . . . 168. Mattox, Edward . . . 77,168. May, Joni . . . 157. May, Stanley . . . 162. Meadows, Lisa . . . 64,171,175. Meeks, Lisa . . . 69,157. Melton, James . . . 175. Melton, Mary Katherine . . . 50,80,175. Melton, Mike . . . 101,168. Melton, Rose . . . 150. Mercer, Ramona . . . 163. Meriwether, Lee Ann . . . 175. Merwin, Hershel . . . 175. Miller, Mike . . . 168. Millspaugh, Brenda . . . 157. Miller, Daniel W. . . . 67,163. Miller, Donna . . . 175. Miller, Mike ... 75. Miller, Rosemary . . . 175. Ministerial Association ... 77. Minner, Kathy . . . 176. Miss Union Pageant ... 44 Mitchell, Anthony . . . 163. Mitchell, Edna . . . 157. Mitchell, Lee . . . 168. Montgomery, Tera . . . 168. Mooney, Shelia . . . 78,163. Moore, Angie ... 83. Moore, Barry . . . 66,168, Moore, Glenn . . . 58,66,74,160,163. Moore, Joseph . . . 163. Moore, Larry . . . 163. Moore, Lisa . . . 163. Moore, Mary . . . 163. Moore, Paula Denise . . . 77,163. Moore, Steve . . . 76,157. Moore, Thomas L . . . 125. Moore, Tony . . . 163. Morgan, Beverly . , . 157. Morgan, Dr. Robert A. . . . 80,131. Morgan, Ronnie . . . 67,157. Morris, Diane Joy . . . 51,80,175. Morris, Donald R. . . . 142. Morton, Christi . . . 84,175. Morton, Mane . . . 80,82,168. Moser, Jeffrey . . . 74,157. Mosier, Joe . . . 63,70,168. Moss, John . . . 157. Moss, Russell ... 70. Moss, Teresia ... 175. Moss, Terry . , . 58,64,67. Murphy, Larry . . . 77,163. Murphy, Susan ... 69. Murray, Stephan . . . 157. Myers, William . . . 175. McCabe, Verne . . . 135. McCandless, David . . . 58,70,75,162. McCants, Laura . . . 157. McCarroll, Deborah . . . 77,168. McClatchey, Kathy . . . 68,157. McCommon, Mark . . . 77,88,157. McCrary, Nancy . . . 157. McDaniel, James . . . 58,70,175. McDaniel, Nada . . . 157. McDaniel, Robert . . . 134. McDon, Dr. Malcolm . . . 125. McDowell, Donna ... 18. McElrath, Flora . . . 157. McElhannon, Chuck . . . 168. McElyea, Patricia . . . 163. McGaffer, Laura ... 157. McGraw, Jen . . . 134. Mcllwam, Rebecca . . . 77,163. McKinme, Dennis . . . 74,75,81,83,90,151. McKinnie, William . . . 163. McKnight, Jerry . . . 66,78,80,175. McLeod, Melanie . . . 139. McNail, John . . . 77,163. McNatt, Sandra . . . 65,67,163. McPeake, Mike . . . 58,63,75,175. McRee, John L . . . 125. Nale, Candace . . . 168. Nasan, Mike . . . 52,90,176. Nash, Jane . . . 74,168. Naylor, Tommy . . . 70,88,89,157. Neely, Isabel . . . 128. Neely, Terry . . . 151,157. Nelson, Danita . . . 84,157. Nelson, John . . . 145. Nelson, Lois . . . 157. Nelson, Steven . . . 157. Nevius, Candy . . . 65,163. Newman, Judy . . . 157. Newman, Rick . . . 168. Nichols, Jane . . . 81,144. Nicholson, Robert . . . 158. Nickias, Alice . . . 176. North, Steven . . . 168. Northcutt, Dana . . . 33,58,70,74,76,78,1 168. Northcutt, Kathy . . . 158. Norvell, Denise . . . 163. Norwood, Jerry , . . 176. Nse-Abasie, Victor Akpan . . . 176. Nunley, Sandra . . . 163. Nunn, David R. . . . 125. Oakley, Jane . . . 84. Oakley, Olivia . . . 176. Obaleyi B, Joshua . , . 168. Oran, I David . . . 147. Orr, Barbara . . . 144. Organizations . . . 72. Owen, Carol . . . 163. Owen, Dan . . . 62,79,164. Owen, Elaine . , . 29,63,65,! Owens, Jo . . . 142. Owens, Richard . . . 77,164. Page, Barbara . Page, Charles . Page, Mary . . Parker, Patricia Parker, Teresa Parrish, Tony . Parsons, Kevin Paschall, Edythe . . . Paschall, Dr. Franklin Pate, Randy ... 142 Patterson, Jacquelyn . Patterson, Stephen . . 164. . 168. 158. . . 158. , . 65,83,164. . 83,158. . . 164. . . . 151,158. 20. . 168. 168. , . 176. . . 84,164. . 143. . . 67,69,75,118,119,164. . . 158. . . . 176. 176. . . 88,164. 29,69,151. . 67,164. . . 158. . . . 176. . . 158. . . . 158. . . . 75,77,176. 168. Payne, Barbara . Peacock, Robert . Pearce, Peggy . . Pearson, Jeanna . Pecoraro, Donna . Pennington, Mark Perry, Anita . . . Pesnell, Donna . Peters, Joy Petty, Krystal . . . Peters, Robbie . . Phillips, Carolyn . Phillips, Jeanne . . Phillips, Martha . . Phillips, Randall . Phillips, Suzanne . Phillips, Tony . . . 164. Phi Alpha Theta ... 81 Phi Mu Alpha . . . 11,24,90. Pierce, Betsy . . . 77,158. Pierey, Panlette . . . 88,176. Pi Mu Gamma ... 81. Pinkley, Pam . . . 33,38,71,80,118,119, 168. Pinson, Dr. Ernest . . . 53,80,134. Pinson, Dr. Patricia . . . 138,151. Piontkowski, Elsie . . . 158. Plunk, Kathy . . . 81,82,176. Polan, Margaret . . . 158. Pollard, Dr. Ramsey ... 20. Pollard, Spencer . . . 83,158. Ponko, Anne . . . 176. Pool, Randell . . . 164. Porter, Tammie . , . 158. Poteete, Patricia . . . 69,83,168. Powell, Cynthia . . . 83,137. Powell, Julie . . . 65,83. Powell, Kent . , . 101,158. Powell, Rebecca . . . 158. Powell, Susan . . . 164. Powell, Thomas . . . 164. Powers, Linda . . . 168. Prater, Beverly . . . 168. Prater, Gloria . . . 158. Pratt, Larry . . . 168, Pratt, Pamela . . . 50.176. Prevett, Linda . . . 74,168. Prexy Club 75. Price, Jesse . . , 125. Priddy, Janice . . . 158. Primm, Lydia . . . 164. Pryor, Beverly . , . 76,111,113,158. Pugh. Max . . . 138,151. Pulley, Lee . . . 63,164. Pulley, Ruth . . . 177. Purvis, Keith . . . 101. Purvis, Vicki . . . 164. R Raines, Brenda . Randall, Jo Lynn Rankin, Vicki . . Ray, Gary . . . 8i Rea, Patricia Ann Reasons, Don . . Reasons, Terresia Reasons, William Reed, Allen . Reed, Belinda Reese, Gary . Reeves, Reatha . . Reves, Teresa . . . Reynolds, Keith . . Reynolds, Ronald . Rice, Richard . . . Rice, Thomas . . . Richardson, Kathie . 168. . . 176. 164. 39,90,176. . . 68,164. 89. . . 146. . . . 176. 88,138. . 52,176. 176. . . 158. . 50,67,68,75,171,176. . . 12. . . . 176. . 76,158. . 158. 139. Ridgell, Timothy . . . 71,159. Riley, Danny . . . 77,158. Rivers, Harold . . . 176. Rivers, Kathy ... 176. Roberts, Charles . . . 158. Roberts, Jerry . . . 151,164. Roberts, W. R. . . . 125. Robertson, Rebecca . . . 158. Robinson, Charles Robinson, Denise Robinson, Grove . Robinson, Jay . . Robinson, Susan . Rogers, Gayle . . Rogers, Richard . . . . 176. . . 69. . . 129. 90. . . 158. 176. . 88,130. Roper , Cynthia . . . 158. Ross, Nancy . . . 38,144. Ross, Theda . . . 168. Rowlett, Phillip . . . 66,168. Ruiz, Susanne . . . 164. Runner, Raymond . . . 164. Russnogle, Julie . . . 68,71,82,176. Rutledge History Club Sadler, Deborah . . . 77,158, Sadler, Terry . . . 63,88,90,158. Sadler, Tommy . . . 101,135. Sanders, Elizabeth . . . 176. Sanders, Kenneth . . . 71,164. Sanders, Sherry . . . 176. Sanders, Tracy . . . 158. Sandridge, Marvin H. . . . 125. Sargent, Frances . . . 158. Sargent, Vickie . . . 74,176. Sawyer, Frances . . . 159. Scheele, Donna , . . 168. Scheffing, Mary . . . 83,164. Schroeder, Gregory , . . 176. Schubert, Garry . . . 158. Schumpert, Teresa 1 . . . 176. Schuster. Paul . . . 77,168. Scott, Curtiss . . . 129. Scott, Kathy . . . 69.71,74,168. Scott, Mae . . . 146. Scruggs, Sandy , . . 63,84,164, Seanor, Tim . . . 83,168, Seller, Christina . , , 168. Seipp. Dr. Lynn . . . 88,138. Sellers, Treva . . . 158. Semrau, Gay . . . 81.136. Senior Credits . . . 198 Senter, Beth . . . 154, Senter, Elizabeth . . . 158,164. S.G.A. . . . 22,74, Shackelford. Ricky , . 158. Sharp, James . . . 168. Shea, Paul . . . 164. Shearin. Paul . . . 66,75,101,164. Shelby, Belinda . . . 164. Shelton, Dorothy . . . 164. Shelton, Jill . . . 68,71,83. Shepherd, Yolanda . . . 164. Sherrod, Nancy . . . 84,176. Shockley, Gaylon . . . 164. Sierk, Carolyn . . . 145. Sierk, David . . . 74,81,168. Sierk, Dr, Herbert , . , 129. Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . 26,71. Sigma Alpha lota ... 24. Sikes, Tim . . . 76,101,168. Siler, Charles . . . 176. Simmons, Pam . . . 89,168. Simmons, Wilburn . . . 74,164. Simpson III. Henry . . . 88,89,159. Simpson, Kathy . . . 159. Simpson, Robert . . . 88,159. Sims, Donna ... 64. Singers ... 85. Skelton, Richard , . . 165. Skiles, Jennifer . . . 142. Smith, Carolyn . . . 165. Smith, Debra . . . 176. Smith, Donald , . . 159. Smith, Elsie Y. , . . 131. Smith, Henrietta . . . 159. Smith, Hunter . . . 159. Smith, Jan . . . 165. Smith, Jerry Jr., . . . 159. Smith, Jessie . . . 143. Smith, Jimmie . . . 159. Smith, Judy ... 75. Smith, Kassandra . . . 165. Smith, Karen . . . 64,159. Smith, Kenny . . . 74,75,77,169. Smith, Nora . . . 82,133. Smith, Paulette . . . 159. Smith, Powers . . . 125. Smith, Robin . . , 81,159, Smith, Romana . . , 82,176. Smith, Susan , , , 165. Smith, Thomas , , . 165. Smith, Vicky . . . 169. Smith, Walter . . . 176. Smith, Wendell . . . 169. Smoot, Deborah . , . 165. Smothers, Marilyn . . . 134. Smothers, Roger . . . 74,166,169. Snider, Brenda , . . 159. Snider, Valinda . . . 176. Snipes, Don , . . 165. Snipes, Lucinda . . . 169. Snyder, Keith . . . 77,169. Sorrell, H. K. . . . 18. Sorrell, Stephen . . . 169. Taylor, Lawanda . . . 176. Spellings, Mary , . . 75,83,169. Taylor, Mary . . . 169. Sports ... 98. Taylor, Melanie ... 84. Stafford, Amy . . . 64,67,111. Taylor, Sharon . , . 159. Stanfill, Debbie . . . 176. Templeton, Suzanne . . . 68,71,83,165 Stanley, Eva . , . 159. Terry, Janice . . . 64,76,111,112,165. Steed, Rose ... 159. Thacker, Victor . . . 176. Steele, David . . . 21,159. Thorpe, Samuel . . . 76,101,169. Steffes, Lynn , . . 159. Thomas, David . . . 70,159. Stegall, Jr., George . . . 169. Thomas, Dr. James L. . . . 125. Stephenson, Don . . . 125. Thomas, James . . . 176. Stephenson, Teresa . . . 65,83,169. Thomas, Mickey . . . 101,159. Stevens, Dvi ayne ... 71. Thomason, Leeta . . . 69,159. Stevens, Gene ... 66. Thompson, Janet . . . 88,169. Stevens, Karen . . . 169. Thompson, Ruth . . . 159. Stevens, William . , . 165. Thompson, Toni . . . 65,165. Stewart, Lesa . . . 63,68,169. Threlkeld, James E. . . , 39,125, Stone, Jr., Lester . . . 159. Tignor, Janice . . . 176. Stout, Mary . , . 77,81,83,159. Tilley, Dr. Clyde . . . 129. Stover, Barry . . . 169. Tillman, Marilyn . . . 159. Strayhorn, Gwendolyn . , . 165. Timberlake, Sherry . . , 63,68,154.159 Strickland, Rick . . . 70,159. Timbes, Linda . . . 169. Stringfellow, Laura . . . 69,165. Todd, Vickie . . . 169. Tolbert, John . . . 165. Tomlinson, Virginia . . . 139. ■Mg HB Toombs, Wanda . . . 65,176. : mnm- " ' M Towater, Irene . . . 147. H Trimble, Blade ... 84. s l Trimble, Gary . . . 83,176. HR M l Truex, William B. . . . 78,132,137. K jP I Trybone, Karen , , , 111,115,176. H B ajH HH Tucker, Dr. Joseph . . . 78,129. j ' P H a Hfl Tucker, Tommy . . . 71,159. P B l Turnbow, Charlotte Jean . . , 176. t_ j -ge f HF B Turner, Kay . . . 177. VKSK T ' IP 1 Tutor, Jonathon . . . 84,169. — -•—■- " 1 Tyson, Robert . . . 77,159. . j it, _ Twyford, L Ann . . . 139. u Ukachukwu, Petrus . . . 169. Ukachukwy, Thaddus . . . 169. Union University Chorus ... 8 Sturdivant, Anne . . . 159. Sullivan, Dr. Charles . . . 125. Summers, Charles . . . 81,169. Summers, Myrna . . . 165. Swope, James R. , . . 135. Swope, John . . . 101. Swope, Linda . . . 165. Taylor, Ann . . . 165 Taylor, Diane . . . 71,89,176. V Vaigneur, Martha , , . 82,177. VanDyck, Jane . . . 81,159. Van Dyke, Joe . . . 70,151,165. Vandiver, Thomas . . . 177. Vaughan, Vint . . . 165. Vaughn, Jackie . . . 41,66,101. Vaughn, Mona . . . 69,165. Vawter, Barbara . . . 165. Veteto, Jeane . . . 159. Vincent, Carolyn . . . 159. Vinson, Cindy . . . 177. Vowell, Beverly . . . 40,65,86,170. w Waddell, George . . . 165. Wadley, Mary Francis . . . 83,170. Wadley, Robert . . . 143. Wadlington, Randy . . . 62,165. Walker, Dorothy . . . 177. Walker, Evelyn . . . 165. Walker, James H. Jr. . . . 125. Walker, John . . . 165. Walker, Joyce . . . 159. Walker, Julia . . . 147. Walker, Mary . . . 41,84,170. Walker, Pamula . . . 177. Walker, Patty ... 177. Wallace, Sylvia . . . 69,165. Walters, Catherine . . . 159. Walters, Kathy ... 69. Wang, Lawrence . . . 159. iA ard, Billy ... 88. Ward, Dr. E. H. . . . 124. Ward, William . . . 159. Warlick, Nancy . . . 69,80,177. Warnock, Tommy . . . 159, Warren, Brent . . . 67,159. Warren, Debbie . . . 41,68,177. Washburn, Joel . . . 67,165. Washington, Anna . . . 170. Watkins, Craig . . . 24,40,75,89,90,177. Watson, Glenda . . . 84,170. Watson, Robbie . . . 63,170. Watt, Mary ... 159. Watts, Carol . . . 177. Way, Barbara . . . 81,177. Weatherford, Terry . . . 62,159. Weatherly, Kim . . . 159. Weaver, Brenda . . . 177. Weaver, Otis . . . 77,88,89,170. Webb, Debbie . . . 65,88,118,177. Webb, Deborah . . . 177. Webb, Sandra . . . 64,82,170. Weidemaier, Mark . . . 66,101,102,177. Weimar, Glenn . . . 159. Weimar, Janice . . . 165. Welch, Sharon . . . 82,177. Wells, Betty . . . 145. Wells, Mary ... 159. Westbury, Joe . . . 55. Weston, Terri . . . 159. Whaley, Katrina . . . 177. Wheat, Larry . . . 77,81,159. Wheeler, Billy . . . 159. Wheeler, Craig ... 67 . Wheeler, Randy . . . 170. White, Barry . . . 101,177. White, linger . . . 170. White, Dr. June . . . 129. White, Franklin . . . 159. White, Pat . . . 70. White, Robert . . . 165. White, Terry . . . 165. Whitehead, Becky . . . 65,74,165. Who ' s Who . 50. Wicinski, Mike . . . 77,79,165. Wiemer, Glenn ... 70. Wilbur, Larry . . . 165. Wilburn, Ricky . . . 67,159. Wilcox, Sherry . . . 159. Wilfred, Richard . . . 58,66,75,177. Williams, Cathy . . , 170. Williams, James . . . 159. Williams, Janet . . . 51,177, Williams, Mike . . . 70,76,165. Williams, Pam . . . 59,67,68,74,83,166,170. Williams, Rev. Paul . . . 125. Williams, Patricia . . . 170. Williams, Robert , , . 170. Williams, Teresa . . . 88,165. Williams, William . . . 177. Wilson, Barry James . . . 76,170. Wilson, Doris . . . 165. Wilson, John . . . 165. Wilson, Mark . . . 88,90,151. Wilson, Paula . . . 68,71,165. Wiman, Earl . . . 177. Wmgo, Elizabeth . . . 142. Wmkley, Freida . . . 159. Wininski, Mike ... 62. Witherington, James . . . 170. Witherington, Jim . . . 62. Witherington, Sue Ellen . . . 63,65,177. Wolfe, Robaya . . . 64,159. Wood, Gary ... 159. Wood, Janea . . . 170. Wood, Linda . . . 170. Wood, Susan . . . 159. Wood, Thomas . . . 170. Wood, Timmy ... 83. Woods, Darletha . . . 159. Woods, Janice . . . 77,159. Wukits, Karen . . . 151,159. W.U.U. . . . 148. Wyatt, Marcia . . . 177. Yarbs, Dennis ... 165 Yarbrough, John . . . 159. Yates, Mark . . . 66,74,75,81,177. Yaun, Eddie . . . 177. York, Larry . . . 70,74,170. Young, Brenda . . . 65,111,166,170. Young, Donna . . . 159. Young, Garland . . . 151,159. Young, Howard . . . 159. Young, Trayce . . . 38,40,41,65,67,118,165. Zachry, Virginia . . . 130. Zeta Tau Alpha . . . 26,65. Zimmerman, Cheryl . . . 75,75,76,83,151,165. Senior Credits A Akpanumun, Nse-Abasi Victor . B.A , French: minor, Religion; Ministerial Association; French Club; International Student Club. flkpanumun, Victor Matthew B.S., Economics; minor Business Administration; Minstenal Association; International Students Club. Anderson, Larry M. . . . B.M., Music Education; minor, Music Theory; Footlights; Phi Mu Alpha, vice-president, and treasurer; Alpha Psi Omega, president; French Club; S.G.A. senator-junior class; Symphonic Band; junior class president; Singers; Proclamation; Drama Productions, You ' re A Good Man Charlie Brown, BIythe Spirit, Death Takes a Holiday, Of Thee I Sing. Arnold, Richard N. . . . B.S., Physical Education; minor. General Science. B Bethany, Jacqueline Denise . . . B.S., Psychology; minor. Sociology; Pi Gamma Mu; Sociology Club, vice-president; Cheerleader. Beville, Margaret Mary . . . A.A., Nursing; Lamplighters. Blankenship, Karen Madeline . . . B.A., Music; minor, History; Sigma Alpha lota, fraternity education chairman, fraternity projects chairman, corresponding secretary, president; Independent Women, vice-president, song leader; Symphonic Band; Who ' s Who; SNEA. Bledsoe, Sharon L. . . . B.M., Voice; minor. Music Theory; Sigma Alpha lota; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; transfer from Cumberland College of Tennessee. Boyd, Miles F. Jr. . . . B.S., Business; minor, Religion; transfer from Memphis State University. Brown, Karen Sue . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; SNEA; Independents. Burkett, Quinn Ola . . . B.S., Business Administration; minor. Business Education; S.G.A., Senator; Bicentennial Committee: Dean ' s List. Byars, Lynnette Lee B.S.U. Chorus. A.A., Nursing; B.S.U. ; Lamplighters; Caldwell, Barbara Camllle . . . B.S., Sociology; minor Psychology; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; History Club, social committee; Pi Gamma Mu, secretary, treasurer; Sociology Club; Art Guild; Independents; S.G.A., Food Service Committee. Campbell, Sarah Jane . . . A.A., Nursing; B.S.U.; Lamplighters. Carlton, Sandra Yvonne . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W .; SNEA; Independents. Cavanaugh, Charles Earl . . . 6. A., Business Administration and History; transfer from University of Kentucky and Henderson Community College. Chute, Roger Dennis . . . B.S., Social Science; minor Secondary Education; History Club; SNEA; Pi Gamma Mu, president; Prexy Club. D Dabney, Marsha Thornton . . . A.A., Nursing. Daniels, Susan Ann , . . B.A., Business Administration; minor. Secretarial Science; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; French Club; Owen Law Club; Who ' s Who. Day, Wayne Allan . . . B.M.E. Music Education; minor Theory Education; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; SNEA; French Club; Stage Band; Symphonic Band. Dent, Robert Preston Jr.. . . B.S., Physical Education; minor. History: B.S.U., intramural director; transfer from Ole Miss. DePriesl, Vickie Evette . . B.S., Math; minor. Physics and Secondary Education; Alpha Chi; Mallory Math Club; Kappa Mu Epsilon, reporter-historian, president; Prexy Club; Dorm Council, fire marshall; Who ' s Who. Douglas, Susan Carol . . . B.S., Business Administration; minor. Sociology; Alpha Chi; Sociology .Club; Dean ' s List. Doyle, Danny Lynn . . . B.S., Business Administration; minor. Economics; B.S.U.; transfer from Jackson State Community College. Doyle, Linda Hopper . . . B.S., Business Administration; minor. Secondary Education and Journalism; B.S.U.; SNEA; Annual Staff 1976-77; Cardinal and Cream 1976-77; transfer from Jacksor State Community College. Dunaway, Paula Lee . . . B.S., Business Administration: minor, ■ . Business Education: Zeta Tau Alpha; transfer from Dyersburg State Community College. Dunning, Rayma Denise B.S.U.: B.Y.W.: SNEA. B.S., Elementary Education Cagle, Thomas Randle . . . B.S., Sociology; minor. History; Alpha Tau Omega: Prexy Club; Sociology Club; senior class president: S.G.A., Senate; Teacher Education Committee. E Eason, Freda Jane. . . B.A., Music; minor. Education; Sigma Alpha lota, social chairman, treasurer; Of Thee I Sing; Dean ' s List. Elder, Linda Ann . . . A.A., Nursing. F Fairless, Nancy Rose . . . B.S.. Physical Education; minor. Music and Secondary Education; Alpha Chi. vice-president, treasurer; Girl ' s Physical Education Club, vice-president; Independents, vice-president, intramural representative; Girl ' s Basketball Team, co-captain; Tennis Team; Dorm Council. Ford, Lowell Brian . . , B.M., Music Education; minor. Music Theory and Secondary Education; Alpha Chi; Phi Mu Alpha; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Interfraternity Council; S.G.A., president; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; Union tJniversity Singers; Of Thee I Sing; Miss Union University Pageant, producer, director. Foropoulos, Beverly Sue . Alpha Chi; Mallory Math Independents; Who ' s Who. . B.S., Elementary Education; Club; SNEA; Kappa Mu Epsilon. secretary; Association; History Club; SNEA; freshman class president S.G.A, senator; Spanish Club; member of West Tennessee Historical Society, Hayes, Gary Allen Science, B.A., Psychology; minor. Political Henry, Sherry LaVonne . . . B.S., Physical Education and Health; minor. Secondary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha, Panhellenic delegate; SNEA; Girl ' s Physical Education Club; Girl ' s Basketball Team, co-captain. All State, Tennessee All Stars; S.G.A., senator; Dorm Council, secretary, president; junior class, vice-president. Herriman, Johnny Eugene . . . B.S,, Biology; minor. Secondary Education; transfer from Jackson State Community College. Ingram, Nancy Lee . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Chi; SNEA; transfer from Dyersburg State Community College. Gerhardt, Judith H. . . . B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Who ' s Who. Gilmer, Susan Joann . . . A.A., Nursing; Lamplighters; transfer from Middle Tennessee State University. Granger, Cheryl Ann . . . B.S., Elementary Education; minor. Music; B.S.U., girl ' s intramural director; Footlights; Phi Mu Alpha, sweetheart; SNEA; Union University Singers, tour committee; Independents; S.G.A. Senator; Death Takes A Holiday; Who ' s Who. Griffin, Patty Jane . . . A.A., Nursing; Lamplighters. Jackson, Janice , . . B.S., Elementary Education; minor. Sociology; Zeta Tau Alpha; SNEA; Spanish Club, social chairman; Art Guild; Lest We Forget. Jennings, L. Doyle . . . B.S,, English; minor. Music and Voice; transfer from Jefferson State Junior College (Birmingham, Ala.) K Koonce, Cecilia E. . . . B.A., Elementary Education; Alpha Chi; SNEA: Who ' s Who; transfer from Jackson State Community College. H L Hadley, Bonnie Jean . . . B.A., Art; minor. Business Administra- tion; Alpha Chi; Spanish Club; Art Guild; Who ' s Who. Hadley, Lynne Louise . . . B.S., Biology; minor, Chemistry; Sigma Alpha lota; Alpha Chi; Symphonic Band; transfer from Jackson State Community College. Hale, Sharon Lee . . . B.S., Sociology, minor, English; Zeta Tau Alpha, music leader, scholarship chairman, president; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sisters, treasurer; N.P.C., publicity, social chairman; Prexy Club; Sociology Club, treasurer; senior class vice-president; Campus Favorite. Hale, Theresa . . . B.S., Physical Education; minor. Secondary Education; Girl ' s Basketball. Harris, Lonnie Graden Jr. . . . B.S., Distributive Social Science; minor, Secondary Education; B.S.U.; Ministerial Laws, Ginger Carol . Lamplighters. , A.A,. Nursing; Zeta Tau Alpha: London, Sharon Lynn . . . B.A., Music; minor. Sociology; Sigma Alpha lota; B.S.U.: transfer from Columbia State Community College. Long, Richard Alan . . . B.S.. Psychology: minor. Education; transfer from Memphis State University. Marsh, Richard Allen . . . B.A.. Sociology; minor. Religion: B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Footlights, president; Phi Mu Alpha: Student Foundation; Alpha Psi Omega; Sociology Club president; French Club; Prexy Club; Cave Dwellers, The Ugly Duckling, Death Takes A Holiday, Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe, Of Thee I Sing; Who ' s Who; transfer from University of Maryland. McDaniel, James Earl . . . B.S., Business Administration; minor, Economics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, president, vice-president, treasurer, pledge educator; Prexy Club; Stage Band; Symphonic Band. McPeake, J. Michael . . . B.A., Business Administration and Psychology; minor. Journalism; Lambda Chi Alp ha, vice-president; Interfraternity Council, president: Cardinal Cream, editor; Rick White Senior Service Award; transfer from Jackson State Community College. Meadows, Lisa Faye . . . B.S., Physical Education; minor, Secondary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha, Intramural chairman, historian reporter; Girl ' s Physical Education Club; N.P.C., ZTA representative; Girl ' s Basketball team; Tennis Team; junior class treasurer; senior class secretary. Melton, James Calvin . . . B.A., Religion; minor. Art and Journalism; Ministerial Association; Art Guild, vice-president; Cardinal Cream; Torch. Melton, Mary Katherine . . . B.A., English; minor. Secondary Education and Speech; Alpha Chi; Footlights; Diary of Anne Franks, Antigone, Many Moons. Merwin, Hershel Mark Ministeral Association. B.A., Sociology; minor. Religion; B.S.U.; Payne, Barbara Gail Education. B.A., Sociology; minor, Business from Columbia State College. Phillips, Carolyn Jean . . . A.A., Nursing; B.S.U., student missions director; Lamplighters. Phillips, Randall Wallace . . . B.S., Psychology; minor. Religion; Ministeral Association, vice-president, president; Prexy Club; Admissions Committee; transfer from Central Texas College. Plunk, Kathy Teresa . . . B.S., History; minor, Secondary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Footlights; History Club, social committee, reporter; Pi Gamma Mu, vice-president; Art Guild; Independents; International Students Club. Pratt, Pamela Rae . . . B.S., Mathematics; minor, Secondary Education; B.S.U.; Alpha Chi; Chi Omega, vice-president; Footlights; Mallory Math Club, vice-president; Kappa Mu Epsilon, reporter-historian; French Club. Pulley, Ruth Ann . . . B.S., Chemistry; minor. Secondary Education and History; Sigma Alpha lota; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister; Symphonic Band. R Reed, Belinda Hayes . . . B.S., Psychology and Elementary Education; Alpha Chi; SNEA; Pi Gamma Mu; transfer from Memphis State University. Reves, Teresa Lee . . . B.S., Business Administration; minor. Business Education; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sisters, treasurer; Chi Omega, treasu rer, president; Footlights; Student Foundation; SNEA; Girl ' s Physical Education Club; NPC, publicity; sophomore and senior class treasurer; S.G.A., treasurer; Spanish Club, treasurer; Prexy Club; Miss Union University Pageant Committee; Who ' s Who; Dean ' s List; Development Committee. Rivers, Harold Arthur Jr. . . . B.S., Religion and Sociology; minor, Greek; B.S.U., vice-president; Ministerial Association; International Student Club, vice-president, president; The Valiant; S.G.A., senate. Robinson, Charles Jay . . . B.S., Sociology; minor. Religion; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Phi Mu Alpha. Russnogle, Julie Ann . . . B.S., Physical Education; minor, Secondary Education; Chi Omega; SNEA; Girl ' s Physical Educa- tion Club; Sigma Alpha Espilon Little Sister; Prexy Club. Pennington, Mark Sowell . . . B.A., Religion and Greek; minor. Music; B.S.U., council; Ministeral Association; transfer Sargent Vickie Lynn . . . A.A., Nursing, Lamplighters; S.G.A., senator. Schroeder, Gregory Allen . . . B.S., History; minor. Secondary Education; Boy ' s Basketball Team; transfer from Mercer University, (Macon, Georgia). Siler, Charles Lacy . . . B.A., Religion; minor. Philosophy. Smith, Judy Gay . . . A.A., Nursing; B.S.U., mission action chairman; B.Y.W., vice-president, president; Dorm Council, vice-president. Lest We Forget. Taylor, Diane Marie . . . B.M., Music Education; minor. Music Theory; Sigma Alpha lota, editor; B.S.U., council; Sigma Alpha Espilon Little Sister; Of Thee I Sing; Stage Band; tJnion University Singe-s; Miss tJnion University Pageant; Proclamation. Thacl er, Victor N. B.S., Sociology and History. Trybone, Karen Joyce . . . B.S., Physical Education and Health; minor. Art and Secondary Education; Independents, intramural representative, president; Girl ' s Basketball Team; Dorm Council, president. Turner, Kay Anthony . . . A.A., Nursing; minor. Psychology. w Walker, Patty Gail . . . B.S., Business Administration; minor. Business Education; B.S.U. Watt, Carol Lynne president. A.A., Nursing; B.S.U.; Lamplighters, Way, Barbara S.. . . B.A., Elementary Education; B.S.U. ; B.Y.W.; History Club; SNEA; Pi Gamma Mu; Art Guild; Independents; Spanish Club; Dean ' s List; ARA Scholarship. Webb, Deborah Ann . . . A.A., Nursing; Zeta Tau Alpha; Girl ' s Physical Education Club; Lamplighters; Girl ' s Basketball Team; Women ' s Cross Country Winner; Cheerleader; transfer from Jackson State Community College. Welch, Sharon Elaine . . . B.S., Business Administration; minor. Business Education and Secondary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; SNEA; Girl ' s Physical Education Club. Whaley, Katrina Curtis . . . A.A., Nursing; Lamplighters. Williams, Janet Sue . . . B.A., Elementary Education; B.Y.W., tutoring co-chairman; SNEA. Williams, William Stephen . . . B.A., Religion; minor, English; Ministerial Association; transfer from Memphis State University. Wyatt, Marcia Lynn . . . A.A., Nursing; Lamplighters; trans- fer from Memphis State University. Yates, M ark Russell . . . B.S., History; minor. Political Science; Alpha Tau Omega; History Club, president; S.G.A., senator; transfer from University of Tennessee at Martin. Yaun, Eddie Lynn . . . 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