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

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UNION UNivERsmr In 1978 LEST WE FORGET UNION UNIVERSITY Jackson, Tennessee 38301 Volume LXII % ,,r Or »rv«ll not muek rt« - i-;.- tJ . ana CHAPTER . » in «« " I a -r lh »un. mna n i v ' X " " ° wWom God hlir i. -jrih. " • honour, so iri »i V ' k : ' f, :J «ivc,h h.m nH S H - Ail the labour of m»n I K. ' , v-t the appetite ?« for .. J. for what Kath the vjl? «IU , f(v r» vvhat hath the port ' fhr " V I tc before the livi - »Ct tJS sul? JO Tttat which fiath |w_ »?SJ _ ready. an « ' Wnow,, Vk k S It TS th may he contend !2L V 0 • -Muii ' " «t ii .P . i rtt ' ' , W« " h««rt of foots «is «♦ E». ZSJ ! ? ' 1 ' " ir to h ' « » fwtHMw «• S ?2»5 , Vi t -rtn siroyeth the h " S«|W 2 ' J ? ■ i m : a defence, and mo«. vk Hf - ' ,(1 V -i the exceUency of k .J kg, », ' I ' jf ' Ctjj: " • ' — «ji ««)ne iiC2 » ' « ' - • . «« fhe work of God: fc«- »„w ?i itefta ' S ' ' Vl«».,v c ' , o er against the oih .? . bv Oiot i- t ' ?l i S. ' n%o " ia find no.hiAS . ' ;.S " l " ?? ! Only a wise man knows what things really mean. Wisdom makes him smile and makes his frowns disappear. Ecclesiastes 8:1 used my Wisdom to test all this. f was determined to be Wise . . Mike Crook Is hopeful for future pool. But it was beyond me. How can anyone discover wtiat Life means? Dormitory Open House in the fail stage Band drummer Randy Hicks in action. Television is a welcome break from studying. ' fu It is too deep for us, too hard to understand. But I devoted myself to knowledge and study; was determined to find Wisdom and the answer to my questions. Ecciesiastes 7:23:25 TEV ' " i CAMPUS LIFE 77 Graduation Held Outside by Ctiapel Nearly 200 Union graduates were in the class at the 1 52ncl Commence- ment, June, 1977. The Baccalaureate address was delivered by Dr. Jesse C. Fletcher, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Knoxville. The Honorable James Sasser, U. S. Senator from Tennessee, brought the June 4 ad- dress. Winner of the highest award for Academic Achievement was Miss Karen Jackson and the Tigrett Award was given to Miss Nancy Fairless. The Honor Award was presented to Ann Goodwin Hopkins. Baccalaureate services were held in the G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel. Nursing graduates admire their Lamps at Dedication tea. Registration Is Beginning Step The first step of fall semester 1977 was registration. Long lines, closed classes, signatures and social security numbers con- stituted this necessary but often trying part of the school year. Cindy Howell buys her textbooks for the classes soon to begin. Dr. Blass advises one of his students on the choice of classes. Jane Nash speaks to Dr. and Mrs. James Edmonson. Reception Is Annual Event At the beginning of each fall semester Dr. and Mrs. Robert Craig host a formal reception for all students and faculty. Each guest is greeted by a reception line and then moves to an elaborately set table filled with many delicious foods and punch. New faculty members were asked to serve punch in shifts and co-ed students served as hostesses for the en- joyable evening. Retreat Highlights The BSU Program One of the highlights of the year for the Baptist Student Union is their fall retreat. Over one hundred students attended this annual event held at Brandon Springs Group Camp in Brandon Springs, Ken- tucky. A beautiful site at the Land of the Lakes offered a perfect setting for a weekend of spiritual uplifting. Dr. Murphy Martin of the First Baptist Church, Manchester, Tennessee, was guest speaker. f -:r ' • ' ■.»-ii. Jnii . ;m Enjoying a moment of solitude by overlooking the beautiful lake. Tr jfl- i rhis uomlortable lodge housed Ihe wuiiic Sunday morning services were held outside the dining hall. All-Stars have a practice session. All-Stars Win First Annual Tin Cup Bowl On November 17, Union ' s All-Star Flag Football team walked away from Old Hickory Academy Stadium with a 13- 12 victory over Lambuth in the first annual Tin Cup Bowl. The game was sponsored by the Lambuth Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil, donating all proceeds to the United Way. A large crowd came out to support the team coached by Bobby Hart, intramural director. Assisting him as honorary coach was Judge Walter Baker Harris. Union now possesses the trophy, but in order to secure it permanently, the team will have to win three seasons in succession. The team is ready for victory. ' Miracle Worker ' Sells Out All Performances The fall drama production of the " Miracle Worker " was a box office hit for the Union University Theatre. Under the direction of new drama professor, Denise Stevenson, the William Gibson play had sell-out performances for its four day run. The cast had faces old and new to Union ' s stage, and each gave out- standing performances worthy of acclaim. Portrayed well was the plight of the Keller family— their deaf, mute, blind child who was un- manageable until she met Miss An- nie Sullivan. Indeed the production had its comical moments, but those that were sad and tender gripped the audiences and held them. A trying dinner at the Keiler home. Annie teaches sign language. Annie receives her golng-away presents from her classmates. :ast. First Row: Laura DePreist, Cathy House, Amanda Patton. Second Row: Mary Walker, Cheryl .ewis, Sandi Keeton, Melanie Marcom, Patti Hoehn. Third Row: Wayne Cole, Dwight Huffman, Ben- ly Scrivner, Hope Elting, Mary Scheffing, Jonathan Tutor, Robin Hanna. Mrs. and Captain Keller Miss Annie is locked in her room. The Keller family discusses what to do with Helen. ' An Evening of Beautiful iVIusic ' " An Evening of Beautiful Music " was the theme of the 1977 Campus All-Sing. The event was held on November 11 in the G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel and was jointly sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha lota music fraternities. This year, trophies were not given to the winners. Instead, cash donations were given to the organization ' s favorite charity, along with a certificate for the purpose of display to the group. This year ' s participants in All-Sing were: Women ' s Independents, Zeta Tau Alpha, Chi Omega, Men ' s Independents, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha, and Alpha Tau Omega. Each of the groups competed in the Large Group division and only Men ' s Independents did not participate in the Ensemble competition. Accepting for Chi O is Sylvia Wallace. Zeta director. Cindy Barrett First place Ensemble was Ctii Omega. Zeta Tau Alpha won second in the Ensemble competition. Alpha Tau Omega ensemble. Much time and effort is put into All-Sing; not only by the groups who compete, but also by those who sponsor the event. During the program, SAI and PMA presented two selections and a very special solo was given by Charlotte Letters. Those who were competing had a difficult task before them. The judges gave points on the basis of appearance, intonation, enunciation, difficulty of piece, interpretation, and choreography. Winner of the Women ' s Large Group was Chi Omega, and of Men ' s Large Group was the Independent Men. In the Ensemble division, Chi Omega was first, and Zeta Tau Alpha was second. Women ' s Independent ensemble. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ensemble. Lambda Chi Alpha ensemble. Chi Omega, winner of Women ' s Large Group. Joy Peters accepts for Chi Omega. Accepting for Men ' s Independents is Jim Carnes. Winner of the IVlen ' s Large Group competition was the Independent Men Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Women ' s Independents Zeta Tau Alpha Mr. and Miss Union Johnny Burleson Pam Pinkley Johnny Burleson Scott Butler Jim Carnes Twenty-Four Selected to Who ' s Who Twenty-four Union students have been honored by be- leadership and citizenship. They are selected according to ing selected to Who ' s Who Among Students In American these qualifications by the Dean and the faculty and are Colleges and Universities. These students have excelled nationally recognized. A special chapel program was held in scholarship, school and community involvement, i " honor of their achievements. Who ' s Who. First Row: Amy Stafford, Mary Walker, Marie Morton, Kenny Northcut, Julie Freeman, Pam Pinl ley, Johnny Burleson, Jim Carnes, Smith, Paul Schuster, Jerry McKnight, David Sierk, Rusty Eason, Terry Nancy Warlick, Carol Huffman. Moss. Second Row: Scott Butler, Nancy Higdon, Ava Leathers, Dana Rusty Eason Betty Edmonson Julie Freeman Nancy Higdon Carol Huffman Ava Leathers Jerry McKnIght Marie Morton Pam PInkley Paul Schuster Tim Seanor David Slerk Kenny Smith Amy Stafford Mary Wadley Mary Walker Nancy Warlick y Deborah Webb CAMPUS FAVORITES Bill Kisner, Barry Wilson, Rodney Lanham. Larry Murphy. Cindy Fitch. f H James Bond. Richard Rice and IVlike " iVIoose " Williams. N Trayce Young and Angela Hubbard. Elise Crook, Donna Dodds and Mary Walker. Homecoming 1978 " Yesterday Once More " was the theme for Union ' s Homecoming 1978 held on February 18. A complete week of activities slated by the Student Homecoming Com- mittee preceded the event. The committee worked diligently to make this year ' s Homecoming a tremendous success. Members of this committee were: Tim Seanor, chairman, David Sierk, Nancy Higdon, Glenn Moore, Nor- man Hill, Donna Bridgman, Brenda Young, and Jeff Moser. Homecoming Week included a " Bulldog Caravan " to Lambuth College for a double-header basketball game, open dorms, a pep rally, and film festival. Throughout the week, commemorative T-shirts and buttons were sold to help generate spirit. Kicking off the weekend was the second annual Gong Show, followed by the first all-night lock-in on Union ' s campus. Earl Wiman gives the Gong to a contestant. Judges Earl Wiman, Linda Swope and Paul Shearin. Winners of $19.78 were Steve Patterson and Jimmy Seay. V p it mS h H H Bill Kisner, right, was Master of Ceremonies. Betty Foellinger assists with registration. Registration began at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday for the alumni. Several hundred former Union students and friends gathered for the Homecoming festivities. Many spent the morning getting re-acquainted and touring the campus. At 1 1 :00 a.m. a " Greet the Profs " reception was held in the Student Lounge. During this time, the student body set up their Homecoming displays in the main corridor. An important aspect of Homecoming for the stu- dent body was the display competition. Due to the snow, the parade that had been scheduled had to be called off, yet the floats easily transformed into hall displays. Many long hours by the organizations involved went into the constructing and designing of the dis- plays. The competition among entrants as well as the displays themselves added to the spirit of Homecoming. First place went to Alpha Tau Omega, with Kappa Pi and Baptist Young Women taking second and third place, respectively. Each organization was awarded a trophy as well as a cash prize. Judy Smith speaks to ttie alumni. At the annual Awards Luncheon, Union honored four individuals who have distinguished themselves as alumni or in working for the college. Those honored were the Reverand J. S. Bell of Hindman, Kentucky, who received the Distinguished Service Award; E.T. " Rocky " Palmer of Dyersburg, received the Distinguished Alumnus Award; Eldon A. Byrd of Jackson, Chairman of Union ' s Sociology Department, received the Distinguished Faculty-Staff Award; and George B. Jones of Memphis, received the Honorary Alumnus Award. The Homecoming Report of the Alumni Loyalty Fund Campaign was presented by Jackson insurance executive Joe F. Hall. Goal for the present year was set for $60,000. Special music for the luncheon was presented by alum- ni Belinda IVlcEwen, Pat Williamson Brock, Janeen Googe Smith, and Tom Hayes. Following the luncheon was a Stage Band concert and receptions held by various organizations. A theatre production of " Never Too Late " directed by student Jane Oakley followed. Johnny Burleson has part of the program. The highlight of Homecoming came with the pre-game festivities and the Union Bulldog basketball game. Recognition was given to all former athletes and members of " Who ' s Who " in attendance. Dr. Craig made special recognition of those athletes who were Little All Americans and presented them along with Mrs. Gracie Williams, former faculty member, with Golden Lifetime passes to all athletic events. Also honored were seniors Ed Smith and James Bond who tied as the winners of the Charles Schuler Award given by team vote for leadership and sportsmanship. Angela Hubbard won the Gracie Williams Award. President Craig stands with Homer Spain who escorted Mrs. Gracie Williams to the center, as honor was paid to Union ' s three Little Ail-Americans. J. A. ' Casey " Jones, John Pechonick, and David Marsh. Homecoming Court. Donna Dodds. Susie Hromada, Trayce Young, Queen; Ave Leathers, Pam Williams. Rounding out the week of activities was the crowning of the Homecoming Queen, Trayce Young. Selected to her court were Donna Dodds, Susie Hromada, Ava Leathers and Pam Williams. Seniors Ed Smith and James Bond crowned the Queen and presented her with her flowers. The men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon also presented her with a gift. Ending the evening was the ballgame against David Lipscomb College. The Bulldogs pulled an easy victory over the Bisons to bring Homecoming to a climax. A reception following the game was held to honor those recognized during halftime festivities. This event saw Homecoming 1978 draw to a close. ' Riders to the Stars ' On March 4, fourteen coeds competed for the title of Miss Union University. The theme for the pageant was " Riders to the Stars " and was under the direction of senior student Cindy Barrett. Serving as Mistress of Ceremonies was Shirly Cothran, Miss America 1975. Guest entertainers were vocalists Nancy White, a graduate student at the University of Mississippi, and David Sears, assistant director for live entertainment at Libertyland. The program also included Charles Huffman and the Union University Pageant Orchestra. Judging the competition were Mrs. Barbara Walker Hummel, Miss America 194 7; Mrs. Sylvia Ikard, high school choral director; Mr. Curtis Ikard, high school band director; Mr. Steven Perry, general manager of Campbell ' s Incorporated; and Dr. Wiley Tatum, professor of voice at Southwestern University in Memphis. Special thanks go to Steve Carson, Technical Director; John Sholly, Lighting;CraigWatkins, Sound, and the many others who helped to make the pageant a success. Shirley Cothran, Miss America 1975, Mistress of Ceremonies. Nancy White of Die Miss entertains. David Sears sings the theme " Riders to the Stars. ' Donna Dodds takes her final walk as Miss Union 1977. Impersonator Trayce Young; Cardinal and Cream i Lambda Chi Alpha representative, Mitzi Williams. Representing the Lest We Forget is Cindy Carpenter. Swimsuits are the final phase of competition. Patricia Poteete. representing the Women ' s Complex, models evening gown. Representing the Freshman Class is Lynda May. Teresa Parl er presents her talent for Zeta Tau Alpha. Pam Carter represented Sigma Alpha Epsilon In evening gown is Carol Huffman. Senior Class. Miss Union University and Court included Pam Carter, Miss Union, center; Ruth Ann Doler, left. Third runner-up; Trayce Young, Second runner-up; Gail Langiey, First runner-up; Lynda May, Fourth runner-up. Pamela Ann Carter, a twenty-one-year-old coed from Jackson, was crowned Miss Union University 1978. Representing the men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pam ' s beauty and talent captured the hearts of the audience and judges. Not only did Pam obtain the title of Miss Union Universi- ty, but she was also the recipient of the Beverly Williams Lewis Talent Award. She sang a Judy Garland Medley. A blonde-haired, green-eyed beauty, Pam will repre- sent Union in the Miss Tennessee Pageant. Her future am- bitions include entertaining as a vocalist and teaching school on the elementary level. Pam Carter — Miss Union University 1978 GREEKS r " Panhellenic and Inter-Fraternity Councils Represent Greeks Representing the Greek chapters on Union ' s campus are the Panhellenic and Inter- Fraternity Councils. The purpose of these two organizations is to promote the benefits of Greel life. Each group has a large role during rush. Open rush parties are held by both in which every fraternity member and rushee attends. They serve to answer questions about rush week and Greek life in general. Both councils are made up of two representatives from each sorority or fraternity. They plan and coordinate any activities in- volving Greeks, especially the regulations for formal rush and membership recruitment. Panhellenic Council. Karen Smith, Terry Moss, president; Kathy Scott, treasurer; Martha Davenport, publicity. Not pictured. Angie Moore, vice president; Nancy Warlick, social chairman. Inter-Fraternity Council. First Row: Barry Moore, representative from Alpha Tau Omega; Gary Cole, representative from Lambda Chi Alpha; Gordon Johnston, representative from Lambda Chi Alpha; Jackie Vaughn, president; Glenn Moore, representative from Alpha Tau Omega; Jeff Kitchens, representative from Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Rick Stricklin. representative from Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Fraternity Sweethearts Krystal Petty, Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart Terry Brumley, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Queen f- GREEKS IN ACTION The SAE played a rough game of flag football. The ATO ' s cheer the Bulldogs on to victory. The women of Zeta Tau Alpha had a bake sale to raise money for their service project. Ready for the cross country run are the Chi Omega ' s. Dr. Thomas Smothers, an Alpha Tau Omega, speaks during Rush Week. Lambda Chi Alpha host a rush party. Alpha Tau Omega iii MMi: Officers. Dan Denston, secretary; Barry Moore, chaplain; Jackie Vaughn, president; Paul Shearin, treasurer; Gene Stevens, alumni secretary. Members. First Row: Joel Washburn, Ricky Clark, Mickey Thomas, Ricky Rodney Lanham, Glenn Moore, Phil Rowlett, Ken Griffen, Maury Carrico, Wilburn, Jerry McKnight, Robin Graves, Keith Cook. Second Row: Dave Brandon. idges. First Row: Tim Brewer, Wayne Rushing, Charlie Bryan, Ken Eudy, Don Bowman, Randy IVIcGee, i-rold Murphy. Second Row: Ronnie Morgan, fiurice Holmes, Kenneth Smith, Tom Kincaid. Fwell, Marty Fish. Brent Warren, Tim Barron, Randy Hici s, Third Row: Terry Joe Alexander, Keith Frazier, Kent Alpha Tau Omega was founded at Richmond, Virginia on September 11, 1865. It set as its goals to bring the bond of true brotherhood among men throughout the world. The Beta Tau chapter was started at Union on February 28, 1894. From that time, the fraternity has had a successful history and an active part on the campus. This year, Alpha Tau Omega has been involved in many ac- tivities, including the pledging of nineteen new members, All- Sing and taking part in a city- wide Clean-Up for Jackson. At the annual Sweetheart Banquet held in Memphis, Miss Krystal Petty was named the 1978 Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart. Lie Sisters: Cindy Hunter, Donna Jo Crawford, Pam Williams, Jeanna Pearson, Diane Bates, Amy Staf- fo, Claudia Johnson, Cheryl Maddox, Trayce Young, Susan Craig, Sue Brandon, Krystal Petty, Sandra MlJatt, Karen Smith. Chi Omega Officers: Kathy Scott, rush chairman; Pam Williams, chapter correspondent; Liane Jackson, personnel; Susie Jennings, pledge trainer; Susie Hromada, treasurer; Marie Morton, vice presi- dent; Nancy Warlick, president, Suzanne Tempieton, social chairman. Members: First Row: Lesa Stewart, Robin Bentley, Sandra Loden, Jenny Sarene Hampton, Denise Agee, Judy Leathers, Lynda May, Paula Whitworth, Mary Jo Davis, Teresa Gilliam Ross, Susan Blurton, Susan Hampton, Gina Stanfill, Jeanna Pearson, Martha Ford, Donna Dodds, Collins, Leeta Thomason, Vicky Ward, Donna Pecararo. Second Row: Libby Hurt. Laura Stringfellow, Denise Moore, Nancy Dobyns, Nancy Huffman, Pam Bates, Patricia Poteete, Carol Huffman, Linda Warlicl , Nancy Blass, Lori Latimers, Donna Williams, Gail Langley, Helen Exum, Cathy Bunch, Amanda Patton. The five founders of Chi Omega began this sorority April 5, 1 895 at the University of Arkansas. The sorority, based on six purposes, has its main emphasis upon scholarship. Chi Omega has the open motto of " Hellenic Culture and Chris- tian Ideals. " The sorority has the w hite carnation as its flower, cardinal and straw for its colors, and the owl as its emblem. The Upsilon chapter of Chi Omega here at Union has been active in all campus activities and organizations. Participa- tion in the World Hunger Drive and collecting for Happy Hollow School have been among chapter activities. On All-Sing night Chi Omega cap- tured first place in both the Women ' s Large Group and Ensemble Divisions. The highlight of the year came as Upsilon became the first Greek organization on campus to begin construction of new lodge facilities with completion due in spring of 1978. First Row: Joy Peters, Lisa Meeks, Cindy Fitch, Lisa Daniel, Meredith Arnold, Cheryl Maddox, Susan Higdon, Kathy McClatchey, Angle Moore, Deborah Lawler, Janet Cawley, Paula Wilson. Second Row: Terry Neely, Melanie Baker, Julie Freeman, Nancy Higdon, Sylvia Duffey, Ava Leathers, Terry Brumley, Cindy Hunter, Jill Shelton, Denise Robinson, Sylvia Wallace. Lambda Chi Alpha Members: Dale Mercer, Gary Quinn, Gary Cole, Randy TImberlake, Robbie Watson Members: Dave Bowden, Terry Weatherford, Gordon Johnston, Keith Martin, Keith Blurton Lambda Chi Alpha was founded on December 5, 1909. Since then Lambda Chi has become a national, and even an international fraternity, with chapters in every state of the union and also in Canada. The chapter here at Union, Lambda Zeta Zeta, was founded in 1961 by Mr. Jerry Thompson, the first initiate and by other members from the Memphis State University chapter. The charter was received on December 5, 1964. This past year has seen Lambda Chi Alpha undergoing many changes. Hopefully these changes are in the direction of the Christian-based frater- nity which it was meant to be by its founders. The group has participated in some community activities, sponsored a talent review for St. Jude ' s Children ' s Research Hospital in Memphis, and held a Christmas party for the boys of Tennessee Sheriff ' s Youth Town. At the Fall White Rose Formal, held at the Hilton Inn in Memphis, Miss Robin Hanna was named the Crescent Girl for 1978. Also, at the same formal, Gary Cole was named as the recipient of the Richard A. White, Jr., Senior Ser- vice award. Serving as officers during the school year were: Gary Cole, president; Ken Smith, vice president; Keith Blurton, secretary; Robbie Watson, treasurer; Hugh Coker, social chairman; Gordon Johnston, fraternity educator; and Joe Mosier, rush chairman. rescents- Debby Jo Jones Lesa Stewart Linda Hammett Second Row: Elaine Owen, Lydia " i ' rimm, Robin Hanna, Sue Ellen WItherlngton, TonI Lamparter. Zeta Tau Alpha Officers: First Row: Susie Cartwright, historian-reporter; Julie Powell, corresponding secretary; Terry Moss. Panhellenic chairman. Second Row: Kris Brookshire, treasurer; Beverly Vowell, vice president; Linda Dorris. recording secretary; Cindy Emmerl. membership chairman. Third Row: Martha Davenport, president. Mombers: First Row; Sue Ellen Witherington, Cindy Curnutte, Robin Hanna, Car ia Williams, Mindy Fisher. Second Row: Teresa Stephenson, Kerry Meckling, Patti Hoehn, Trayce Young, Teresa Parker. Third Row: Janice Smith, Margo West, Debby Alexander, Sandra McNatt, Amy Staf- ford, Kay Dorrough. Fourth Row: Linda Hammett, Sandi Keeton, Jane Van Dyck, Terri Weston, Linda Bartholomew, Gayna Smothers. First Row: Julie Jackson, Sandra Lewis, Kathy Northcutt, Karen Smith, Sue Brandon. Second Row: Becky Wliitehead, Beth Hale, Gena Trotter, Janet Jameson, Colleen Johnson. Third Row: Marva Rawlings, Donna Gates, Janice Terry, Gail Argetis, Brenda Young. Zeta Tau Alpha was founded on Oc- tober 15, 1898 at Longwood College In Farmville, Virginia. The desire to perpetuate friendships beyond college days was a motivating factor In the founding. The Beta Omega chapter of Union was founded December 12, 1935. The colors of the fraternity are steel gray and turquoise blue; the flower Is the white violet, and the open motto is " Seek the Noblest. " During the fail semester Zeta Tau Alpha experienced a successful rush, followed by the observance of Founder ' s Day and the banquet. They were active in intramurals and par- ticipated in All-Sing, winning second place in the ensemble division. Spring semester offered the Mother- Father-Daughter Luncheon and the an- nual spring banquet. First Row: Vickie Smith, Candy Nevius, Emily Booth, Debbie Webb. Second Row: Susan Hopkins, Kathy Weatherford, Angela Bland, Carol Gaines. Third Row: Judy Smith, Cindy Barrett, Karen Wade, Robaya Wolfe, Freida Winkley. Fourth Row: Donna Jo Crawford, Becky Robinson, Debbie Davis, Sherry Crawford, Martha Crawford. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Actives. First Row: Joe Van Dyke, Steve Brown, Dana Northcut, Johnny Burleson, David McCandless. Second Row: Michael Bell, Tommy Naylor, Jeff Kitchens, Tim Hutchinson, Bill Cowdon. Third Row: Jeff Moser, Robert Hill, Steve Hale, Dennis McKinnie, Dwayne Stevens. Fourth Row: Rick Stricklin, David Thomas, Ted Hunderup, Russell Moss. Fifth Row: Steve Marks. Keith Langston, Pat White, Norman Hill. Sixth Row: Ed Smith, Leo Arnold, Eddie Smith, Larry York, Mike Williams. Pledges. First Row: Jerry Roberts, Mark Scott, Barry Keathly, John Crutchfield, Eric Howard. Se- cond Row: Ernie Burfitt, Jay Kemper, Jerry Warren. Third Row: Steve Carson. Tommy Tucl er, Barry Jarnigan, Jeff Churchwell, Dennis Erwin. Fourth Row: Hank Woodward, Howard Young. Sigma Alpha Epsllon was found- ed on March 9, 1856 at the University of Alabama. The Tennessee Eta chapter at Union was founded a year later on July 4, 1857— the fifth SAE chapter to be started. Dana Northcut presided over the chapter during the fall semester, and Norman Hill was president during t he spring semester. These two led the fraternity to numerous awards, including the scholarship and in- tramural trophies. The chapter consultant and province president both visited in the fall and were pleased at the present condition of the chapter. During rush, fourteen men pledged, raising the number of actives, pledges, and little sisters to nearly seventy. One of the highlights of the year was the Fall Coronation Banquet, in which the queen is crowned. Miss Terry Brumley was selected queen for 1978. The highlights in the spring included Founder ' s Day and Splash. Little Sisters. First Row: Ava Leathers, Liana Jackson, Ruth Ann Doler, Susie Hromada, Meredith Arnold, Cindy Fitch, Mindy Fisher, Suzanne Templeton. Second Row: Donna Bridgman. Paula Wilson, Darlene Lovelace, Angle Moore. Denise Robinson. Kathy Scott. Third Row: Charlene Cowder. Terry Brumley. Sylvia Wallace, Pam Carter, Nancy Higdon. Fourth Row: Tonya Arnold, Amy Dedman. Jill Shelton, Sylvia Duffey, Pam Pinkley. ORGANIZATIONS SGA PLAYS MANY ROLES The Student Government Association of Union was formed to foster unity between students and the school, to promote worthy stu- dent activities, and to advance the general welfare of the college. The purpose of the S.G.A. as stated in its constitution, " will be to interrelate and channel student activities under the direction of its officers and the college administration, for the pur- pose of propagating and directing the rights and duties of the individual student. Officers: Dennis McKinnie, treasurer; Cindy Fitch, secretary; Donna Bridgeman, vice-president: Cheryl Zimmerman, president. Student Senate: First Row: Dennis McKinnie, Liane Jacl son, Jeff Churchwell. Elisa IVIencer, Marie Morton, Cindy Fitch, Sandra Loden, Sareen Hampton, Donna Bridgeman. Second Row: Suzy Cartwright, Janet Jameson, Julie Powell, Sue Brandon, Debbie Smoot, Angela Bennett, Jeanne Cook, Beth Humphreys, Cheryl Zimmerman. Third Row: Phil Jones, John Yarbrough, Chuck Maxwell, Ted Hunderup, Norman Hill, Ruth Ann Doler, Hope Biting, Debbie Lackey, Jane Nash, Paul Hamilton, Carol Huffman, Rickey Dickerson, Rodney Lanham, Mike Crook, Pam Williams. Fourth Row: Tommy Naylor, Larry Murphy, David Thomas, Angle Moore, Joe Van Dyke, Kathy McClatchey, Sephira Bailey. Fifth Row: Dave Bowden, Gordon Johnston, Tim Seanor, David Sierk. Men ' s Dorm Officers. J. Mark Wilson, Dennis Jones. Tommy Naylor, Ted Hunderup, Mike Crook. Residents Elect Officers The Dorm Officers for both the Men ' s and Women ' s complex are selected in the spring by student vote to serve the following year. Among their responsibilities are planning parties, helping with Open Dorms and registration for each semester. The officers worl with the Resident Life Board to make on- campus living more enjoyable. Women ' s Dorm Officers. First Row Colleen Johnson Terry Brumley, Sandra Lewis, Mane Morton Second Row Lori Lahmers, Sephira Bailey, Susie Cartwright, Sue Brandon. Third Row: Sandra Loden, Jeanna Pear- son, Karen Smith, Julie Jackson. BSU Offers Fellowship The Baptist Student Union is open to every stu- dent on Union ' s campus. It strives not to be an organization, but an association of Cliristians desir- ing to have fellowship. BSU has much to offer to those who are seeking activity. There are weekly Bible studies, fellowships and share groups, week-end revival teams, and the intramural program. BSU is also responsible for the summer mission program and the World Hunger Drive. The Baptist Student Union is a vital and active part of Union. It provides students with fellowship and Christian growth. B SU Officers. From Bottom: Mike Miller, vice president; Cam Elliot, secretary- treasurer; Larry Murphy, president; Dr. Bob Agee, sponsor. Visiting pastors enjoy the program at the BSU Campus Welcome Party. Dr. Agee speaks at a Monday night Bible Study. Donna Armour shares a testimony in song at a IVIonday night Vespers service. Christian Leaders in MA— BYW The purpose of the Christian-oriented groups on campus is to promote fellowship, inspiration and personal growth. Two of these organizations are the Ministerial Association and the Baptist Young Women. The Ministerial Associa- tion is composed of those men who are pursuing a career in the pastoral ministry. The Baptist Young Women are committed to promoting the support of world missions and is open to all interested women. They also sponsor Backyard Bible Clubs. Ministerial Association: First Row; Danny Johnson, John McNail, Richard Owens, Jessie Brown, Keith Cook, Mil e Moore. Second Row: Bobby Belew, Kerry Maronay, Paul Shea, Scott Brewer, Eddie Maddox, Fred Coyle, Ronnie Little. Third Row: Phil Jones, Gary Maxwell, Harold Sprayberry, Keith Snyder, Billy Brown, George Guthrie, Chuck McElhannon. Fourth Row: Joe Gardner, Paul Schuster, Dennis Jones, Mike Livingston, Tiger Tolberi, Wilburn Simmons, Danny Riley. Baptist Young Women: First Row: Judy Smith, Lisa Glisson, Lisa Freeman, Phyllis Craft, Debra McCarroll, Becky Mcllwain, Mrs. Charlotte Turner, Lori Lahmers. Patti Irby, Theda Ross. Second Row: Robeya Wolfe, Sandy Booker, Nannette Rhodes, Gail Langley, Beverly Prater, Donna Armour, Mrs. Beverly Brown. Mr. Don Brown. Third Row: Ram Bates, Denise Moore, Hope Vincent, Hope Elting, Betsy Pierce, Robin Howard. Melanie Noah, Beth Humphreys, Rebecca Lowe. Fellowship of Christian Athletes. First Row: Bobby Hart, Susan Craig, Larry York, Mike Williams. Second Row: Paula Hampton. Ava Leathers, Cindy Fitch, Johnny Hasick, Barry Wilson, Ron Barry, John Livingston, Kent Powell. Third Row: Garland Young, Bret Rodriguez, Eddie Mattox, Richard Rice, Mickey Marlowe, James Bond, Jeff Butler, Scott Brewer. Christian Fellowship Is Objective The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a national organization seel ing to promote Christian fellowship among varsity athletes as well as those who lettered in high school athletics. FCA is in- terdenominational and one of Union ' s newest organizations. The students committed to full- time Christian service are under a guidance and scholarship program known as Church Related Vocation (CRV). The program is open to any student who has made a public profession of his commitment to serve in a Christian vocation. Church Related Vocation Students. Math Promoted in Kappa Mu Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national mathematics society. The Tennessee Gamma Chapter was chartered at Union on May 24, 1965. Eligibility for membership is acquired by having completed at least three math courses, with a high grade-point average. The organization promotes interest in mathematics and related sciences. Kappa Mu Epsilon. First row: Dr. Charles Baldwin. Paula DePrlest, Don- na Bndgman, Jeanna Pearson. Second row: Dr. Joseph Tucker, Tony Phillips, Sheila Mooney. Ronnie Moody, Bob Wadley. Third row: Bil Truex, Dr. Kyle Hathcox, Dana Northcut, James Lewis. PI Gamma Mu. First Row: Dr. Edmonson. Cindy Hunter, Suzanne Templeton. Carol Huffman, Pam Pinkley, Leon Buchanon. Second Row: Kris Brookshire, Kay Delaney, Karen Livingston, Jacque Patterson, Jeanne Cook, Sherry Churchwell, Pam Skelton. Third Row: Eddie Mattox, Chuck Summers, Mr. Byrd, Dr. Baggett. Groups Promote Social Studies Phi Alpha Theta. First Row: Cindy Hunter. Second Row: Dennis Jones, Dr. James Edmon- son, Rob Gwaltney, Chuck Summers, Johnny Burleson, Stan Ekrut. In the area of history, there are three organizations that deal with the field of social studies. PI Gamma Mu is an honorary fraternity for students majoring in social studies. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote scholarship and participation in the history department. Phi Alpha Theta is an honorary history fraternity for majors and minors with a 3.1 average or above. It also stresses scholarship and participation in the department. The Rutledge History Club Is an open organization to history majors and minors. All three of these organizations are quite active, the highlight for the year be- ing their Christmas banquet. Rutledge History Club. First Row: Lori Lahmers, Denise Moore, Penny Boyd, Jere Hughes, Pam Bates, Cindy Hunter, Chuck Summers. Second Row: Dr. Edmonson, Dennis Jones, Rob Gwaltney, Richard Owens, Stan Ekrut, Dr. James Baggett, Barry Ammons. ' On Stage ' for Drama Groups Alpha Psi Omega is a national dramatic fraternity founded at Fairmont College on August 12, 1925. The local chapter, Beta Mu, is composed of students who have been members of Footlights and have earned a set number of points, awarded for dramatic work. Footlights is open to all students who have shown an interest in and a talent for work in speech and dramatics. The organization strives to help cultivate the appreciation of dramatic art on the campus and to promote a greater interest in theatre. Alpha PsI Omega. First Row (top to bottom): Mary Walker, Julie Freeman, Elaine Owen. Second Row: Berry Jontz, Robert Peacock. Footlights. First Row: 7wila Black, Donna Pesnell. Sue Ellen Witherington, Ken Butler. Jan Stout. Cindy Baker. Second Row: Robin Hanna, Susie Jennings. Bruce Carr. Cindy Fitcti. Mary Walker, Ted Hunderup, Ruth Ann Doler, Nancy Higdon, Hugh Coker. Third Row: Bill Alexander, Elaine Owen, Jonathon Tutor, Danita Nelson, Cindy Carpenter, Berry Jontz, Julie Freeman, Joy Peters, Dennis McKinnie, Jim Carnes, Billy Ward, Robert Peacock, Kappa Mercer PI. First row; Tim Seanor, Second row. Phyllis Kilby, Lydia Primm, Darlene , Third row: Lawrence Wang, Ted Dill, Spencer Pollard, Mickey Luck. Art Interest Is Promoted Kappa PI considers for membership those students who have completed twelve semester hours of art with a B average or above in those subjects. The fraternity seeks to raise the stan- dards of productive artistic work among the students and to furnish the highest award for con- scientious effort in furthering the best interest of art. The Art Guild is open to art majors and minors and to other students who are interested in the study of visual arts on a group basis. It seeks to develop perception, appreciation, knowledge and discrimination in art of both past and present. Art Guild. First row: Johnny Aiken, Lydia Primm, Melanie Marcom Robbie Watson, Paul Hamilton. Second row: Donna Cotton, Tim Seanor, Van Cheeseman, Darlene Mercer, Kim Weatherly, Lawrence Wang, Ted Dill. Science Is Thrust of Fraternity Phi Beta Chi is open to those who have a minimum of sixteen semester hours in biology, chemistry or physics. Another requirement Is a grade-point average 3.0 or above in these classes. Associate membership is available to those with a minimum of eight hours. The club seeks to provide a means of keeping students aware of happenings in the science world and promotes interaction between students and the science faculty. Phi Beta Chi. First row: Steve Cheathum, Karen Wukits, Janet Evans. Karen Smith, Donna Bridgman, Rose Steed. Second row: Nancy Higdon, Jerry McKnight, Tony Phillips, Gayle Martin, Lisa Moore. Randy John- son, Jerry Roberts, Tommy Naylor. Third row: Petrus Ukachukwu, Robert Hill, Debbie Edmonson, Terry Neely, Pam Pinkley, Maury Carrico, Ronnie Moody, Randall Allen, Barry Jarnigan, Janie Van Dyck. Alpha Chi. First Row; Ava Leathers, Pam Pinkley, Betty Edmonson, Cindy Baker. Second Row: Mary Scheffing, Chuck McElhannon, Johnny Burleson. Nancy Warlick. Jonathon Tutor. Dr. Ernest Pinson, sponsor. Scholars and Leaders Excel Alpha Chi is an organization bas- ed on scholarship. It has for its members the top ten academic percentile from the junior and senior class. The purpose of the society is to promote and recognize superior scholarship. Members must main- tain their grade point averages to be reinstated. The Prexy Club is not an organiza- tion, but rather an association of campus organization presidents. The purpose of their meetings is to exchange ideas and problems and promote unity among campus organizations as well as the entire student body. Prexy Club. First Row: Judy Smith. Baptist Young Women; Cheryl Zimmerman, Student Government Association; Sheila Mooney, Women ' s Independents; Carol Huffman, Sigma Alpha lota; Donna Bridgman, Student Government Association; Nancy Warlick, Chi Omega. Second Row; Teresa Coleman, French Club; Sarene Hampton, Student Tennessee Education Association; IVIartha Davenport, Zeta Tau Alpha; Ricky Dickerson Phi Mu Alpha Norman Hill Sophomore Class; Larry Murphy, Baptist Student Union, Cindy Carpenter, Z.esf We Forget. Third Row; Bobby Belew, Ministerial Association; Steve Cheatham, Phi Beta Chi; Glenn Moore, Junior Class; Hugh Coker, Footlights; Paul Hamilton, Art Guild; David McCandless, Cardinal and Cream; Tommy Naylor, Men ' s Housing. Leadership Groups Offer Activity The Student Tennessee Educa- tion Association prepares future teachers for their challenging profession. Serving as adviser is Miss Paula Curlin w ho helps the members become familiar with the problems and rewards of teachers. Working with her in this effort is Sarene Hampton, presi- dent. Women ' s Independents was organized with the main goal of offering non-Greek women a chance to participate in the In- tramural program as well as All- Sing and other activities. This group is also actively involved off- campus as they try to interact with people everywhere. student Tennessee Education Association. First Row: Tim Seanor, Sarene Hampton, Sephira Bailey. Second Row: Ginger White, Cindy Fitch, Paula Curlin, Debbie McCarroll, Kris Brookshire, Debbie Webb. Third Row: Sammy Rich, Robin Howard, Kay Delaney, Cindy Emmert, Mrs. Nora Smith, Martha Dickerson, Mary Wadley, Sandy Long, Jere Hughes, Becky Crocker. Women ' s independents. First Row: Janet Thompson, Jeanne Cook, Pam Simmons, Jackie Durrick. Kathy Simpson, Second Row: Hope Vincent, Judy Smith. Elisa Mencer, Renee Williams, Jayne Yount, Dawn Avery, Brenda Kemp. Third Row: Nesha Parr, Donna Armour, Phyllis Craft, Reatha Reeves, Krystal Petty, Karen McWherter, Diane Armour, Kim Weatherly. Fourth Row: Sheila Mooney, Beth Humphreys, Janice Woods, Dana Milan, Sephira Bailey, Kathy Grubbs. The Lamplighter dedication service. Nursing Students Participate In Lamplighters Lamplighters is composed of nursing students and provides an opportunity for its members to come together in a social at- mosptiere. It aids in the preparation of student nurses for the assumption of their respon- sibilities as Registered Nurses, and it provides development in a Christian atmosphere for its members to become active adults in a democratic society. ampllghters. First Row: Angela Bennett, Barbara Vawter, Rhonda layes, Marilyn Tillman. Second Row; Beverly Morgan, Adrienne John- on, Donna Sims, Jan Smith, Sandra Canada, Judy Cox, Natalie Boyd. Third Row: Lynn Steffers, Helen Karnes, Ross Raines, Susan Davis, Dan- ny Burns, Charlotte Harbor. r French Club Takes Retreat The French Club is open to all interested students, but is mainly comprised of those studying the French language. The organization has had an active year. Outside of the regular monthly meetings, the club held a Christmas ban- quet in Mrs. Nelle Agee ' s home. They also traveled to Ste. Geneveve and St. Louis, Missouri for a weekend retreat. Mr. Tom Life is the sponsor for Le Cercle Francais and Teresa Coleman served as this year ' s president. L=-! i -: ?. ' Members have fun on the retreat. French Club. First Row: Felicia Lott, Cindy Curnutte. Claudia Johnson. Suzy Cartwright, Cheryl Zimmerman, Second Row: Spencer Pollard, Carol Acuff, Jim Games, Jonathan Tutor, Cindy Carpenter. I " El Circulo Espanol " Active on Campus Membership in the Spanish Club is open to any student at Union who is interested in the study of Hispanic culture and language. Meetings feature films, speakers, and student presentations. Among the club ' s activities during the year have been fund- raising projects for the club ' s trip to San Antonio during the spring break. Officers for the year were Mary Scheffing, president; Lisa Daniel, vice presi- dent; Sandra Loden, secretary; Patricia Poteete, treasurer; and Patti Ebert, reporter. Ms. Cynthia Powell, Adviser Members: First row: Linda Warlick, Heleo Exum, Susie Hromada, Mindy Fisher, Gloria Prater, Robin Hadley, Meredith Arnold, Leeta Tomlinson, Tim Seanor. Second row: Melanie Marcom, Lisa Daniel, Karan Livingston, Sandra Loden, Cheryl Zimmerman, Cindy Lindsey, Jeanna Stanfield, Vicki Ward. Third row: Michael Smith, Joe Brackin, Cynthia Powell, Mary Scheffing, Penny Boyd, Patti Ebert, Brenda Kemp, Karen McWhearter, Terry Brumley, Nancy Higdon, Joe VanDyke, Angle Moore. Fourth row: Tony Parrish, Devon Arrington, Jill Shelton, Denise Bledsoe, Janet Thompson, Jim Duffel. Yearbook Completion Involves Many Hours Lest We Forget is the traditional title for Union ' s year- book. This year ' s volume is the sixty-second to be printed. Compiling the book is a lengthy and diligent process. It involves many hours and requires a great deal of funds. The money is obtained from student fees and is supplemented by ad sales. This year ' s staff consisted of Mary Scheffing, Ad- ministration Editor; Sandi Keeton, Classes Editor; Jeff Moser, Business IVIanager; Owen Cobb, Tim Seanor, and Joel Washburn, Photographers. Other staffers included Paul Shearin, Susan Hopkins, Denise Robinson, and Don- na Little. John McNail served as Associate Editor and Cin- dy Carpenter was Editor-in-Chief. Mrs. Betty Foellinger was the Adviser. Cindy Carpenter, EdItor-ln-Chlef John McNail. Associate Editor student Newspaper Reflects Opinions Union ' s newspaper, the Cardinal and Cream has the job of reflecting the opinion of students and relaying information of interest to them through the medium of print. The publication is printed monthly and is dis- tributed to the entire student and administrative body. This year the staff has been able to increase the size of the issues due to a boost in ad sales. Feature stories have replaced the repetition of news stories that are not up-to-date. This year ' s EdItor-ln-Chlef was David McCandless. He was assisted by Associate Editor Lisa Daniel. Completing the staff were the members of the Journalism and Reporting classes. Mrs. Betty Foellinger served as Adviser. David McCandless, EdItor-ln-Chlel Lisa Daniei. Associate Editor Staff Writers. First Row: Amanda Patton, Keith Blurton, Toni Lamparter. Se- cond Row; Glenn Moore, Wayne Cole. staff Writers. Didi Paschall, Kim Bell, Jeff Moser, Sharon Brenda Knight, front, Paul Shearin and Phil Nelson learn page makeup. Younger, Gene Stevens. Music Groups Display Talent The music department of Union University offers a number of opportunities for the musically talented. Among those opportunities are the vocal groups which are selected by audition. Women ' s Trio, Proclamation, and the Singers are under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Hartley, chairman of the department. Each year these groups perform at many school and local civic functions, promoting the University and music itself. Women ' s Trio: Steve Carson, accompanist, Vicki Curtis, Robin Hanna, and Chiquita Ellis. Proclamation: First row: Pam Simmons, Beverly Vowell, Sylvia Wallace, Cattiy House. Elise Crook, Joy Peters. Second Steve Patterson, Ricky Clark, Jim Carnes, Kevin Hamilton. Singers Are Select Group Under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Hartley, the Union University Singers are a select group of vocalists. Each member is selected by audition only. The group sings for many programs throughout the year, with performances both on and off campus. The highlight of the year for the Singers is their annual spring tour. Dr. Kenneth Hartley is director. Singers. First row; Dr. Hartley, Chiquita Ellis, Gwen Bell, Sue Ellen Witherington, Frelda Wallace, Robin Bently, Debbie Webb, Robin Hanna, Terri Weston, Betty Edmonson, Elise Crook, Beverly Vowell. Paula Fleeman, Vicki Curtis, Cindy Barrett, Elaine Owen. Second row: Pam Simmons. Teresa Williams. Mary Walker, Cathy House. Sylvia Wallace, Nancy Blass, Nancy Warlick, Elisa Mencer, Martha Ford, Joy Peters, Julie Freeman. Denise Robinson. Third row: Mike Crook, John Scholley, Kirby Johnson, Chuck Roberts, Kevin Hamilton. Hugh Coker. Ken Butler, Howard Young. Ricky Dickerson, David Holmes, Hunter Smith. Rusty Eason, Henry Simpson. Dennis McKinnie. Dean Armour. Fourth row: Barry Keathley, Andy Roby. Garland Young, Rusty Curbow, Don David- son. Steve Patterson, Tommy Lillard. Berry Jontz, Dennis Brooks. Steve Carson. Jim Carnes, Rick Johnson. Ricky Clark. Steve Sorrell. J J Symphonic Band Presents Concerts The Symphonic Band is under the direction of Mr. Charles Huffman. Its leaning is towards the performance of Classical music, but presents Contemporary style as well. Each year, the band holds a fall and spring concert. Every member of the band has excellent musical training and has the opportunity to display it. Mr. Huffman works on one of the selections to be presented by the band. O Oci Symphonic Band. First row: Ricky Johnson, Nancy Huffman, Dr. Lynn Siepp. Betty Edmonson, Paula Fleeman, Judy Smith, Cindy Howell. Se- cond row; Mark Scott. Debbie Webb, Nancy Dobyns, Martha Ford, Lisa Meeks. Donna Humphreys. Sephira Bailey. Hope Vincent. Hunter Smith, Third row: Scott Andrews. Barry Keathley. Odis Weaver, Rusty Eason, Henry Simpson. Janet Thompson, Ricky Rogers. Dale Mercer. Mark McCommon. Curtis Coble. Dave Brandon, Kirby Johnson, Tad Crocker. Fourth row: Rusty Curbow. Robert Simpson, Tommy Naylor, Dean Ar- mour, Randy Martin, Billy Dycus. Billy Ward, Andy Roby. Fifth row: Charles Huffman, Teresa Williams. Randy Hicks. David Williams. Ricky Dickerson, Carol Huffman, Liane Jackson. stage Band Gets Down Directing the Stage Band is Mr. Charles Huffman. This group is a feature attraction on Union ' s campus. They play for home basketball games, the Miss Union pageant, Campus Day, and other events. Everyone loves to hear them as they play current contemporary rock, generating excitement every time. The members of the Stage Band are: Odis Weaver, Rusty Eason, Barry Keathley, Henry Simpson, Ricky Rogers, Dana Northcut, and Tommy Naylor. Others In- clude: Randy Martin, Rusty Curbow, Ricky Johnson, Hunter Smith, Anita Harris, Jimmy Seay, Benny Scrivner, David Williams, Billy Ward, Dave Bowden, Randy Hicks, and Hope Vincent. The stage Band gets down on Campus Day. Music Rates With SAI Sigma Alpha lota is the largest and oldest music fraternity for women. The Gamma Sigma chapter of Union is composed of those women who are working towards a degree with a major or minor in music. Membership in SAI is based on scholarship as well as musical ability. The fraternity seeks to provide social enjoyment and professional music objectives. Officers. First Row: Carol Huffman, president. Second Row: Chiquita Ellis, correspondino secretary; Mary Walker, vice president; Vicki Curtis, treasurer; Nancy Warlick, chaplain; Pam Sim " mons, recording secretary. ' ! Sigma Alpha lota. First Row: Carol Gaines, Liane Jackson, Lisa Meeks, Sandy Hearn, Beverly Vowell, Robin Hanna. Sue Ellen Witherington. Se- cond Row: Cattiy House, Lisa Countiss, Brenda Raines. Joy Peters, Elise 1 Crook, Paulette Piercy, Elaine Owen, Gwen Bell. Sylvia Wallace. Third Row: Nancy Dobyns, Nancy Warlick, Carol Huffman. Julie Freeman, Pam Simmons, Debbie Webb, Sherry Crawford, Kathy Grubbs. Officers. Left Row: Mark Wilson, warden; Jim Carnes, recording secretary; Dennis McKinnie, vice president; Richty Dicl erson, president. Riglit Row; Berry Jontz, historian; Steve Patterson, pledge trainer; Odis Weaver, treasurer; Robert Hill, alumni secretary. Fraternity Promotes Musical Achievement Musical achievement and brotherhood is pronrioted by Phi Mu Alpha SInfonla. Phi Mu Alpha is a professional fraternity for men in music. It is a very active fraternity and is one of the largest Greek professional organizations in the world. Phi Mu Alpha is very active on campus. This year the group jointly sponsored the Campus All-Sing and took part in other events. Selected as the 1977-1978 Phi Mu Alpha Sweetheart was Elise Crook, a senior music student. Phi Mu Alpha. Clockwise: Dave Brandon, Rick Johnson, Dennis Brooks, Berry Jontz, Billy Ward, Odis Weaver, Steve Patterson, Jim Carnes, Mark Wilson, Randy Martin, Ken Butler, Barry Keathley, Dave Bowden, Steve Johnson, Chuck Roberts. First Row: Hunter Smith, Kirby Johnson, Elise Crook, Dennis McKinnie, Henry Simpson. Second Row; Ricky Dickerson, Chris Freeman, Hugh Coker, David Williams. Third Row: Rusty Curbow, Robert Hill, Gary Cole. SPORTS Tennis Team on Upward Swing The Union University tennis team was in a rebuilding year. Several new faces competed this year. They were Ronnie Morgan, Terry White, and Chuck Summers. Returning lettermen were: Jeff Jones, Howard Young, Barry Wilson, Mark Wilson, Rob Gwaltney, Robert Byrd, Alan Davis, Barry Jarnigan and Cheryl Zimmerman. This tough, young group of netters represented Union well. The team competed in the VSAC conference again this year. They faced Bethel and Christian Brothers along with Lambuth, Belmont, and Trevecca. In the VSAC tourna- ment they met such teams as Carson-Newman and Lin- coln Memorial. Coach for the tennis team is Peggy Birmingham, who was assisted by Bill Truex. Tennis Team. First Row: Howard Young, Cheryl Zimmerman, Alan Davis. Barry Wilson. Second Row: Coach Peggy Birmingham, J, Mark Wilson! Jeff Jones, Rob Gwaltney, Assistant Coach Bill Truex. Not pictured: Terry White, Chuck Summers, Ronnie Morgan, Robert Byrd. Barry Jar- nigan. X- Cheryl Zimmerman Barry Wilson %m k. " (i Rob Gwaltney Howard Young Golf Team Gains New Talent and Experience The Union University Golf Team added three new faces to their team this year. They are; John Glenn, Ronnie Stallings, and Tim Brewer. The returnees: John Majors, Jeff Kitchens, and Jeff White made up what Coach Don Morris is hopeful of being a championship team. The team was relatively young and inexperienced, but made up for it with a burning desire to achieve. Among their competition this year was Christian Brothers College and Tennessee Wesleyan. They also participated in the annual TIAC tournament, competing with teams such as Memphis State and the University of Tennessee. Golf Team. Jeff Kitchens, John Glenn, Ronnie Stallings, John Majors, Jeff White, Tim Brewer. Coach Don Morris. .- ' ±- Ronnie Stallings Tim Brewer John Majors John Glenn Team Has Difficult First Year in VSAC Inexperience took its toll on the 1976-77 Bulldog Baseball team as they emerged from the season with a dismal 10-17 record. Early in the season, Coach David Blackstocks ' s team showed great promise with a 4-0 record in the VSAC. Yet, hopes for a conference playoff were shattered by a seven-game losing streak. Union did not pull away from the year disap- pointed, as three team members, Mark Weidemaier, Scott Butler, and Mickey Thomas were selected to the AU West Tennessee College All-Star Team. For the 1977-78 season. Coach Blackstock feels that with the returning talent and prospective recruits. Union could be a contender for the 1978 VSAC crown. Mickey Thomas is safe at first on a close play. J ' 7 Pitcher Scott Butler receives the sign. Baseball team. First Row: John Haslck. Bret Rodriguez, Charlie Bryan, Johnny Cole, Mickey Thomas, Kent Powell, Tommy Kincald, Tim Sikes, Doug Clement. Second Row: Trainer Paul Shearin, Freddie Hill, Keith Frazier, Scott Brewer, Ken Griffin, Mike Melton, Rick Johnson, Randy Franks, Maurice Holmes, Joe Graves, Paul Albea, Wayne Alexander, and Jackie Vaughan. liiiitiiiiiiiiiiMI »a««i«iMiya» A S A-4t ii. ' ■ ' ' S ' »ik a-y Ken Gnffin lets one fly from the mound. t % 4 kaL-M Men ' s Varsity. First row; Sam Tharpe Kenny Lloyd, Mickey Harlowe. Terry Romaine, Scott Brewer, Steve Moore Don Grain. Second row: Coach James Swope, Ronnie Lofton, James Bond, Little Ed Smith, Bill Bulldogs Streak to Winning Season Hampered by graduation losses, the Union Bulldogs were counted out by many this year. However, they fooled everyone by streaking to one of their best seasons in the last ten years. Without a senior in their starting lineup, the young Bulldogs proved that they could compete with anyone. In the season opener, Lee College came to Jackson hoping for an upset, but the Bulldogs were ready with the tip-off as they blitzed to a 107-86 victory. Team play was the key with six men scoring in double figures. Tennessee Wesleyan then came to town but found the Bulldogs too much for them as they were defeated by Union 92-85. Dates, Big Ed Smith, Mike Williams, Richard Rice, Rick Johnson, Paul Shearin, Manager. Lloyd cinches a lay-up. The highlight of the year was the Union victory and win- ning of first place in the Bicentennial Exchange Club Tour- nannent at the Jackson Coliseum. The Bulldogs won the first game over IVlississippi Industrial 83-70, which set up a championship match with arch rival Lambuth College. The game was no contest, however, as the Bulldogs claimed first place with an 85-67 blowout over the Eagles. Don Grain and Richard Rice were named to the All- Tournament Team. The Bulldog streak was halted at four when they dropped two on the road, losing to Lee 84-80, and drop- ping to Central Wesleyan of South Carolina, 83-75. They made up for it at home by upsetting UT-Martin 95-86 in a hard-fought battle. The Bulldogs were again plagued by a loss on the road as they were romped by Freed-Hardeman, 82-68. Union finally grabbed a road win during the Christmas break by edging Southwestern at Memphis, 93-91. Don Grain banks a soft one. Ronnie Lofton controls tfie tip. ■aiWtwiBfc,,- " Steve Moore shoots for two A long shot for Don Grain. Terry Romaine guards his opponent. Richard Rice goes for a lay-up during practice. Ronnie Lofton scores two for the Bulldogs. After the Christmas break, the Union Bulldogs travelled to Southwestern at Memphis where they competed in the Dixie Tournament. They made it easily past Millsaps 98-57 and then clinched first place by ousting Greenville, Illinois 94-75. Ed Smith and Ronnie Lofton were selected to the All-Tournament team and Kenny Lloyd was chosen as the Tournament ' s Most Valuable Player. Union was then host to LeMoyne-Owen and upset them 94-89. Then the Buccaneers of CBC came to town and were defeated 65-62. Union picked up two more wins over Treve cca 86-68 and Belmont 84-65 setting the stage for arch rival Lam- buth. The visiting Eagles came prepared for a good fight, but left defeated as Union won the contest 73-69. Then disaster struck as the Bulldogs dropped two close ones to Freed-Hardeman 69-66 and Bethel College 67-62. Three more were dropped to UT Martin, 79-82; David Lipscomb, 73-79; and Bethel in overtime, 64-68. The Bulldogs got back on the winning streak, beating Southwestern 73-67. They then travelled to Belmont and pulled out a 67-62 win. Falling off the track once again, they were defeated by CBC 65-77 and Lambuth 85-108. After an adjustment in the starting lineup, the Bulldogs beat LeMoyne-Owen for the first time ever on the road 88- 85. Homecoming brought a victory over David Lipscomb 87-71, and the Bulldogs closed out the regular season beating Trevecca 116-96. The Bulldogs gained their way to the VSAC tour- naments, having their best season in ten years. In the first game, Union downed Lambuth 86-77. They next met first place Bethel and upset them 48-47. Their final match was against LeMoyne-Owen, but the Bulldogs dropped it 76- 83. This left Union with an impressive second place in the Western VSAC division. Paul Shearin gets his big chance in a J-V game. Richard Rice was named Most Vaiuabie Piayer, West VSAC. .ady Bulldogs. First Row: Gena Trotter, Julie Jackson, Carolyn i 1cHaney, Colleen Johnson, Elaine Howard, Donya Duffy Snow, Dharlotte Davis. Second Row: Barry Wilson, Trainer; Brenda Young, Manager; Angela Hubbard, Gail Argetis, Donna Cotton, Beverly Pryor, LeAnn Harris, Janice Terry, Sally Paire, Marva Rawlings, Sandra Lewis, Beth Hale, Amy Stafford Vaughn, statistician. Coach Peggy Birmingham. Young Team Puts Together A Winning Season Graduation took a heavy toll on the Lady Bulldogs this year. Losing three of five starters, they were forced into a heavy recruiting year. Coach Peggy Birmingham switched starting line-ups all year long searching for the five that played best together. Undaunted by their relative inexperience, the Lady Bulldogs finally meshed into a powerful unit and con- tinued in the winning tradition of teams past. Opening their season on the road, the Lady Bulldogs traveled to Southeast Missouri State where they destroyed their hosts by a score of 98-30. Returning home, they next faced Blue Mountain College, pulling out a 98-87 win in the closing minutes. Austin Peay State was the next victim of the team in a 74-69 squeaker. Sporting a 3-0 record, they took on Arkansas State and caused an upset of 86-57. Mississippi Industrial was next to come to town but were blasted 103- 71 by a strong Bulldog offense. The Ladys then hit the road for a three game trip. At the first stop they defeated Maryville 96-57. Their first loss of the season was handed to them by Middle Tennessee State, 80-69. Two nights later they downed Austin Peay 82-54 to boast a 7-1 record at the Christmas break. Back from the break, the Lady Bulldogs sought revenge as they hosted Middle Tennessee, but the Blue Raiders again proved to be competetive and downed the Lady ' s 92-84. Union was quick to recover, however, as they next defeated Southern Illinois 79-64 to give Coach Bir- mingham win number 100 as head of the Lady Bulldogs. Union picked up an easy win, 88-52, over the University of New Orleans which set the stage for the most exciting game of the season against Lambuth College. In a game which saw the lead seesaw back and forth between t he two teams, Sandra Lewis hit a five-foot jump-shot with five seconds left to give the Lady Bulldogs a 91-90 win. Union then traveled to the University of Alabama Huntsville where they picked up a second half 82-61 win. The team closed out January by playing Bel- mont College, beating the Rebelettes 75-63. Marva Rawlings The Lady Bulldogs are first on the court after a time out. " Stretch " Terry gets the rebound. Peggy Birmingham, the Lady Bulldog ' s coach. vmmi III ■ iiiii i i H ■T ' mt. ' - ' rt mammt ' i ■ Peggy Birmingham, Coach Donna Cotton, Forward Angela Hubbard, Forward i«r sse . ■ 111 Qr Gena Trotter, Guard Charlotte Davis, Guard Gail Argetis, Guard M.. r ' -J Beverly Pryor, Forward Julie Jackson, Guard Sandra Lewis, Guard U. ilQ ' Janice Terry, Center Donya Snow, Guard Carolyn McHaney, Forward ' i ' .V - ' - tr .i ' 3 ' P ; ?; = ' -fi ssrt LeAnn Harris, Center Colleen Johnson, Forward Sally Paire, Center Elaine Howard, Forward Marva Rawlings, Forward Beth Hale, Guard r V ▼ • V Lady Bulldog Colleen Johnson makes a needed basket. The Lady Bulldogs opened February by drop- ping a close one, 92-94, at home against Northern Kentucky. They rebounded by ripping the Lady Pacers of UT Martin by the score of 98-65. In the most offensive game of the year, the Lady ' s broke their record for most points scored in a game by demolishing the University of Alabama at Huntsville 127-57. A return match-up with the Belmont Rebelettes proved an easy win 100-67. Lambuth College was next on the slate, being outlasted by the Lady Bulldogs 85-78. Union barely pulled through a squeaker at Arkansas State, winning in overtime, 86-83. They then closed out the season with two wins on the road at Blue Mountain, 111-70, and UT Martin, 89- 69. The Lady Bulldogs gained a spot in the state tournaments , but dropped their opener to Austin- Peay 88-82. Cheerleaders Help Generate Spirit Leading the spirited crowds at the basketball games are Union University ' s own Bulldog Cheerleaders. Their role is one that is vital to the amount of spirit that is generated by the spectators. This year ' s squad prides themselves on new uniforms, cheers and mounts. Many long hours of practice and planning went into their preparation for the basl etball season. They are indeed a part of the team as they are faithful to both the Men and Lady Bulldogs. Cheerleaders. Clockwise: Donna Pecoraro, Trayce Young, Donna Dodds, Pam Pinkley, Ava Leathers, Jeanna Pearson, Susan Craig, Debbie Martin. ■1 H = «i| wia 4 Cheerleaders do a pom pon routine to the Fight Song Yea! Rah! Pyramid! Intramurals Are Competitive The Intramural program is designed for all students who wish to participate in sports within the college community. It provides for physical activity as well as competition among its participants. Flag football, volleyball, Softball and basketball are major team efforts, and in- dividual competition is offered as well. The Baptist Student Union ' s offense is ready to score. • ■• w ■- 1 . - " T ' ■ .•■ »» ' ► -- . , ' •« ' -« . . «« . ' ' ' WI . Alpha Tau Omega has the ball. Chi Omegas take part in the long distance run Sheila Mooney returns a serve for Women ' s Independents. CLASSES SENIORS Senior Class Officers; Johnny Burleson, president; Pam Williams, vice president; Julie Freeman, treasurer; Nancy Higdon, secretary. Nelle Agee, Jackson, Tn. Deborah Akin, Somerville. Tn. Bill Alexander, Memphis, Tn. Debra Alexander, Nashville, Tn. Shedrack Amadi, Jackson, Tn. Mike Ashford, Moscow. Tn. Sephira Bailey, Bells, Tn. Almetrice Barnes, Humboldt, Tn. Cynthia Baker, Lexington, Tn. Cindy Barrett, Jackson, Tn. Ron Barry, Lafayette, In. Marion Bateman, Lexington, Tn. Diane Bates. Jackson, Tn. Deborah Becker, Jackson, Tn. Bobby Belew, Leona, Tn. Gwendolyn Bell, Jackson. Tn. Mike Bell, Jackson, Tn. Les Bishop, Camden. Tn. Maxie Blackman, Jackson, Tn. Sandra Blalark, Jackson, Tn. James Bond, Ripley. Tn. Emily Booth, Kenton, Tn. Dave Bowden, Birch Tree, Mo. Penny Boyd, Jackson, Tn. John Boyer, Medon, Tn. Pat Brock, Jackson, Tn. Scott Brewer, Memphis, Tn. Jessie Brown, Jackson, Tn. Steve Brown, McKenzie, Tn. Kris Brookshire, IVIetropolis, II. Betty Buck, Regan, Tn. Leon Buchanan, Jackson, Tn. Johnny Burleson, McKenzie, Tn. Patricia Burns, Springville, Tn. Jimmy Burton, Lexington, Tn. Deborah Butler, Ripley, Tn. Scott Butler, Memphis, Tn. John Bynum Jr., Jackson, Tn. Jane Campbell, Jackson, Tn Michael Campbell, Union City, Tn. Jim Carnes, El Dorado, Ar. Bruce Carr, Mountainview, Mo. Cathy Carr, Humboldt, Tn. Maury Carrico, Memphis, Tn. Marian Carruth, Jackson, Tn. Steve Carson, Okmulgee, Ok. Carolyn Cartwright, Jackson, Tn. Michael Christian, Lebanon, Tn. Sherry Churchwell, Memphis, Tn. Ray Clark, Brighton, Tn. Denise Clayton, Southhaven, Ms. Hugh Coker, Tupelo, Ms. Elmer Cole, Spring Creek, Tn. Gary Cole, Big Sandy, Tn. Trudy Collins, Jackson, Tn. Donna Cooper, Jackson, Tn. Donna Cotton, Medina, Tn. Lisa Countiss, Jackson, Tn. Alfred Coyle II, Memphis, Tn. Donna Crawford, Somerville, Tn. Retta Crasson, Jackson, Tn. Becky Crocker, Memphis, Tn. Elise Crook, Memphis, Tn. Randall Cummings, Jackson, Tn. Lisa Daniels, Memphis, Tn. Martha Davenport, Humboldt, Tn. Randy Davis, Toone, Tn. Kay Delaney, Sardis, Tn. Martha Dickerson, Corinth, Ms. Ted Dill, Lexington, Tn. Kay Dorrough, Jackson, Tn. Sylvia Duffey, Humboldt, Tn. Tom Dumser, Millington, Tn. Judy Eads, Jackson, Tn. Billy Dycus, Newbern, Tn. Rusty Eason, Memphis, Tn. Jenny Edens, Halls, Tn. Betsy Edmonson, Jackson, Tn Charles Edmondson, Palm Desert, C Cynthia Emmert. Waverly, Tn. Dennis Erwin, Martin, Tn. Ken Eudy, Vienna, II. Elizabeth Evans, Brownsville, Tn. Linda Ewing, Jackson, Tn. Charles Ferrell, Friendship, Tn. Donna Fink, Huntington Beach, Ca Cynthia Fish, Bemis, Tn. Elvin Foddrill, Jackson, Tn. Randy Franks, McKenzie, Tn. Douglas Fleeman, Jackson, Tn. Julie Freeman, Memphis, Tn. Sandra Futrell, Jacl son, Tn. Kappie Gable, Jackson, Tn. Donna Gates, Jackson, Tn. Mary Gibbons, Jackson. Tn. Mitchell Graves, Medina, Tn. Lisa Green, Jackson, Tn. Rheanne Green, Jackson, Tn. Marvalyn Grimes, Jackson, Tn. Robert Grissom, Gleason, Tn. Kathy Grubbs, Lebonon, Tn. Rob Gwaltney, Trenton, II. Ray Halbrook, Jackson, Tn. Beth Hamilton, Selmer, Tn. Sareen Hampton, Memphis, Tn. Robin Hanna, Paris, Tn. Charlotte Harber, Jackson, Tn. Robert Harris, Jackson, Tn. Lee Haskins, Jackson, Tn. Lisa Hawks, Humboldt, Tn. Rhonda Hayes, Bells, Tn. Sandy Hearn, Jackson, Tn. Debbie Helms, Scotts Hill, Tn. Patricia Hester, Chicago, II. Nancy Higdon, Nashville, Tn. Linda Holland, Friendship, Tn. Joe Holloway, Jackson, Tn. Maurice Holmes, Campbellsville, Ky. Anita Hooper, Bethel Springs, Tn. Cathy House, Bartlett, Tn. Robin Howard, Memphis, Tn. Angela Hubbard, Savannah, Tn. Carol Huffman, Jackson, Tn. Jere Hughes, Trenton, Tn. Charles Irwin, Lexington, Tn. Winston Jarrett, Ripley, Tn. Susan Jennings, Covington, Tn. Donna Jobe, Jackson, Tn. Catherine Johnson, Jackson, Tn. Ricky Johnson, Selmer, Tn. Steve Johnson, Byhalia, Ms. Robert Johnston, Milan, Tn. Phillip Jones, Hammond, Ind. William Jones, Waynesboro, Ms. Helen Karnes, Dyersburg, Tn. Kathleen Kelly, Humboldt, Tn. Phyllis Kilby, Whiteville, Tn. Joy Morris Kincaid, Clarksville, Tn. Stephen Kincaid, Chatsworth, Tn. James Knowne, Jackson, Tn. Keith Langston, Arlington, Tn. Rodney Lanham, Gravel Switch, Ky. Leesa Law, Jackson, Tn. Penny Lay, Lexington, Tn. Ava Leathers, Jackson, Tn. Charlotte Letters, Nashville, Tn. Annette Littlefield, Memphis, Tn. Karen Livingston, Camden, Tn. Anthony Luna, Jackson, Tn. Deborah MacCarroll, Jackson, Tn. Cheryl Maddox, Ridgely, Tn. Jack Maness. Medon, Tn. Suzanne Matthew, Brownsville, Tn. Eddie Mattox, Memphis, Tn. Chuck McElhannon, Southhaven, Ms. Dennis McKinnie, Bolivar, Tn. Jerry McKnight. Gleason, Tn. Debra Medlin, Dyersburg, Tn. Mike Miller, Southaven, Ms. Tera Montgomery, Metropolis, II. Barry Moore, Memphis, Tn. Larry Moore, Kenton, Tn. Tony Moore, Lexington, Tn. Marie Morton, Jackson, Tn. Terry Moss, Jackson, Tn. Larry Murphy, Trezevant, Tn. Jane Nash, Millers, Tn. Steve North, Bells, Tn. Dana Northcut, Waverly, Tn. Carol Owen, Paris, Tn. Leroy Ozier, Jackson, Tn. Barbara Page, Beach Bluff, Tn. Cindy Parker, Somerville, Tn. Jacque Patterson, Memphis, Tn. Suzanne Phillips, Milan, Tn. Paulette Piercey, Jackson, Tn. Pam Pinkley. Humboldt, Tn. Linda Powers, Alamo, Tn. Beverly Prater, Waynesboro, Tn. Larry Pratt, Jackson, Tn. Linda Prevett, Prospect, Ky. Brenda Raines, Memphis, Tn. David Rainey. Jackson, Tn. Pat Rea, Humboldt, Tn. Samuel Rich, Nashville, Tn. Theda Ross, Buena Vesta, Tn. Phil Rowlett, Jackson, Tn. Donna Scheele, Lexington, Tn. John Schuster, Dyersburg, Tn. Kathy Scott, Jackson, Tn. Tim Seanor, Chattanooga, Tn. Cliff Sharp, Jackson, Tn. Nancy Sherrod, Harrisburg, II David Sierk, Jackson, Tn. Tim Sikes, Jackson, Tn. Pam Simmons, Poplar Bluff, Mo Donna Sims, Dyer, Tn. Jimmie Smith, Selmer, Tn. Pam Skelton, Jackson, Tn. Carolyn Smith, Jackson, Tn. Henrietta Smith, Jackson, Tn. Judy Smith, Jackson, Tn. Kenny Smith, Trezevant, Tn. Vicky Smith, Ripley, Tn. Deborah Smoot, McKenzie, Tn Roger Smothers, Camden, Tn. Don Snipes, Olive Branch, Ms. Lucinda Snipes, Olive Branch Keith Snyder, Vienna, II. Stephen Sorrell, Jackson, Tn. Amy Stafford, Greenfield, Tn. Lynn Steffes, Paris, Tn. Tommy Stegall, Memphis, Tn. Teresa Stephenson, Mercer, Tn. Dwayne Stevens, Dyersburg, Tn Lesa Stewart, Jackson, Tn. Ramona Stewart, Jackson, Tn. Jan Stout, Jackson, Tn. Chuck Summers, Paducah, Ky. Tina Taylor, Bemis, Tn. Suzanne Templeton, Jackson, Tn Samuel Tharpe, Paris, Tn. Marilyn Tillman, Jackson, Tn. Linda Timbers. Brownsville, Tn. Vickie Ann Todd, Wildersville, Tn Jonathan Tutor. Memphis, Tn. A. S. Uhakheme, Nigeria Thaddeus Ul achul wu, Nigeria Petrus Ukachukwu, Jackson, Tn. Thomas Vandiver, Boliver, Tn. Barbara Vawter, M ilan, Tn. John Vaughan, Brighton, Tn. Beverly Vowell, Paris, Tn. Mary Wadley, Luray, Tn. Mary Walker, Memphis, Tn. Pam Walker, Mayfield, Ky. Nancy Warlick, Jackson, Tn. Glenda Watson, Clinton, Tn. Robbie Watson, Nesbit, Ms. Odis Weaver, Jackson, Tn. Debbie Webb, Jackson, Tn. Debbie Webb, Ripley, Tn. Mark Weidemaier, Columbus, Oh. Randy Wheeler. Milan, Tn. Ginger White, Jackson, Tn. Terry White, Petal, Ms. Mike Whitwell, Jackson, Tn. Cathy Williams, Jackson, Tn. Pam Williams, Jackson. Tn. Pat Williams, Humboldt, Tn. Barry Wilson, Bolivar, Tn. Ralph Winslow. Jackson, Tn. Sue Ellen Witherington, Rutherford, Tn. Janea Wood, Mt. Vernon, II. Linda Wood, Humboldt, Tn. Larry York, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Brenda Young, Memphis, Tn. JUNIORS Junior Class Officers: Glenn Moore, president; Cindy Fitch, secretary: Sandra Lewis, treasurer; and Joe Van Dyke, vice president. Carol Acuff. Holladay, Tn. Paul Albea, Dyer. Tn. William Allen, Camden, Tn. Barry Ammons, Ripley, Tn, Scott Andrews, Jackson, Tn. Dianne Armour, Paris, Tn. Leo Arnold, Halls, Tn. Darcille Bailey, Humboldt, Tn. Kathy Bam, Memphis, Tn. Mike Bam. Gates, Tn. Ronald Bain, Jackson, Tn. Gary Baldwm. Pocahontas, Tn. Lisa Barron, Dyer, Tn. Pat Barton, Jackson, Tn. Pam Bates, Parsons, Tn. Angie Bean, Tupelo, Ms. Susan Bedwell, Savannah Tn JoAnn Belt, Jackson, Tn. Anne Bennett, Jackson, Tn. Tom Bivens, Friendship, Tn Twila Black, Memphis, Tn Perry Blaneman, Huntingdon, Tn. Deborah Bledsoe. Marion, Ar. Keith Blurton, Dyer, Tn. John Borden, Jackson, Tn. Cindy Bradley, Norris City, 11. Dave Brandon, Dyersburg, Tn. Sue Brandon, Dyersburg, Tn. Sandra Brasfield, Jackson, Tn. Diane Brewer, Parsons, Tn. Elaine Brewer, Jackson, Tn. Donna Bridgeman, Fairview Heights, Louise Brown, Trevose, Pa. Becky Bumpas. Memphis, Tn. Ruth Ann Butler. Bemis, Tn. John Byington, Culver, Or, Kathleen Carroll, Jackson, Tn. Cindy Carpenter, Memphis, Tn. Pam Carter, Jackson, Tn. Paula Carter, Jackson, Tn. Suzy Cartwright, Dyer, Tn. Colbert Chan, Hong Kong Steve Cheatum, Brownsville. Tn. Yaing Cho, Pusan. Korea Richard Clark, Jackson, Tn. Flora Claybrook, Humboldt, Tn. Donna Clifford, Jackson, Tn. Rebecca Cogdell, Lexington, Tn. Helen Cole, Humboldt, Tn. Teresa Coleman. Holladay, Tn. Susan Collins, Union City, Tn. Jeanne Cook. Memphis. Tn. Wanda Cook. Milan. Tn. Don Crain, Jackson, Tn. Sherry Crawford. Hornsby, Tn. Mike Crook, Memphis, Tn. Rusty Curbow. Tupelo. Ms. James Curtis. Jackson, Tn. Vicki Curtis. Memphis, Tn. Susan Davis, Toone, Tn. Darren Davenport, East Prairie, Jamie Dement, Brownsville, Tn. Daniel Denston, Alexandria, Va. William P. Deloach. Humboldt. Tn. Paula DePrlest, Dyer, Tn. Janet Dick, Jackson, Tn. Ricky Dickerson, Bolivar, Tn. Sonja Dobb, Trenton. Tn. Nancy Dobyns, Trenton, Tn. Ruth Ann Doler. Memphis, Tn, Linda Dorris, Jackson, Tn. Beverly Drummonds. Munford, Tn. Jim Duffel, West Memphis, Ar. Deborah Dyer, Jacks Creek, Tn. Pam Edmondson, Memphis, Tn. Camla Elliott, South Fulton, Tn, Chiquita Ellis, Jackson, Tn. Hope Elting. O ' Fallon. II. Kathy Embrey. Coldwater. Ms. Lynn Enzor, Jackson, Tn. Martha Farris. Henderson, Tn. Patsy Foust. Toone. Tn. Hal Fewell, Alamo. Tn. Cindy Fitch, Madisonville. Ky. Patty Flowers, Humboldt. Tn. Betty Forbess. Huntingdon. Tn. Keith Fraizer, Greenfield, Tn. Chris Freeman. Gideon, Mo. Greg Frizzell, Lexington, Tn. Steve Gaines, Dyersburg, Tn. Gary Gerhardt, Jackson, Tn. Steven Gibson, Toone, Tn. Teresa Gilliam, Greenfield, Tn. Tommy Goode, Walnut, Ms. Robin Graves, Union City. Tn. Ken Griffin, Old Fort, N.C. Bob Hadley, Medon, Tn. Kevin Hamilton, Bemis, Tn. Paul Hamilton, Jackson, Tn. Linda Hammett, Jackson, Tn. Libby Hardee, Jackson, Tn. Judy Harvey, Luray, Tn. John Hasick, Tampa, Fl. Steve Hayes, Sardis, Tn. Rita Hillard, Halls, Tn. Cheryl Hobson, Jackson, Tn. Terry Hodges, Dyersburg, Tn. Jimmie Holland, Bells, Tn. David Holmes, Lexington, Tn. Richard How ard, Selmer, Tn. Cleo Hoyle, Jackson, Tn. Susie Hromada, Memphis, Tn, Annette Huckabee, Jackson, Tn. Betty Hudson, Toone, Tn. Kathy Hufford. Henderson, Tn. Nancy Huffman, Jackson, Tn. Gary Hull, La Belle, Fl. .: ' ' . Beth Humphreys, Dresden, Tn. Cynthia Hunter. Wilderville, Tn. Khalid Hussain, Pakistan Liane Jackson, Memphis, Tn. Janet Jameson, Memphis, Tn. Jana Johnson, Boliver, Tn. Kirby Johnson, Memphis, Tn. Vickie Johnson, Humboldt, Tn. Gordon Johnston, Willow Springs, Mo. Randy Johnson, Camden, Tn. Debby Jones, Waynesboro, Ms. Dennis Jones, Memphis, Tn. Jeff Jones, Savannah, Tn. Jonathan Jones, Dyersburg, Tn. Pat Jones, Medina, Tn. Berry Jontz, Memphis, Tn. Elsie Keeton, Memphis, Tn. Brenda Kemp. Greenfield, Tn. Linda Kirby, Lovinia. Tn. Ruby Kirby, Lovinia, Tn. James Kirk, Alamo, Tn. Sandra Laden, Memphis, Tn. Richard Lambert, Bolivar, Tn. Judy La Rue, Huron, Tn. Jeff Law, Memphis, Tn. Ginger Laws, Jackson, Tn. Sheilah Lazenby, Anna, II. James Lewis, Lexington, Tn. Sandra Lewis, Finger, Tn. Tom Lillard, Jackson, Tn. John Livingston, Camden, Tn. Ronnie Lofton, IVIillington, Tn. Feiicia Lott, Burlison, Tn. Darlene Lovelace, Jacl son, Tn. Lisa Lovelace, Jackson, Tn. Jon Majors, Savannah, Tn. Steve Marks, Jackson, Tn. Gary Maxvi ell, Parsons, W. Va. Joni May, Memphis, Tn. Stan May, Memphis, Tn. David McCandless, Memphis, Tn. Robert McCarver, Jackson, Tn. Mark McCommon, Grand Junction, Tn. Pat McElyea, Memphis, Tn. Laura McGriffin, Jackson, Tn. Becky Mcllvi ' ain, South Haven, Ms. Shelia McMaster, Jackson, Tn. John McNail, Milan, Tn. Sandra McNatt, Jackson, Tn. Mike Melton, Henderson, Tn. Darlene Mercer, Central City, Ky. Leigh Ann Merwin, Memphis, Tn. Deborah Metcalfe, Jackson, Tn. Daniel Miller, Lexington, Tn. Rosemary Miller, Jackson, Tn. Brenda Millspaugh, Jackson, Tn. Anthony Mitchell, Jackson, Tn. Ronnie Moody, Scotts Hill, Tn. Sheila Mooney, Ripley, Tn. Angle Moore, Jackson, Tn. Glenn Moore, Memphis, Tn. Lisa Moore, Selmer, Tn. Mike Moore, Jackson, Tn. Denise Moore, Parsons, Tn. Joyce Morris, Milan, Tn. Joe Mosier, Henderson, Tn. John Moss, Humboldt, Tn. Pamela Murphy, Memphis, Tn. Terrance Neal, Jackson, Tn. Candy Nevius, Jackson, Tn. Sandy Long, Jackson. Tn, Madine Nichols, Selmer, Tn, Denise Norvell, Memphis. Tn. William Dates. Cherokee, Al. Richard Owens. Jackson. Tn. Teresa Parker, Humboldt, Tn. Kevin Parsons. Memphis. Tn. Pat Patey, Jackson, Tn. Stephen Patterson, Camden, Tn. Robert Peacock. Maury City. Tn. Jeanna Pearson. Humboldt, Tn. Donna Pesnell. Key West, Fl. Krystal Petty. Lexington, Tn. Carolyn Phillips. Westervllle. Oh. Tony Phillips. Sardls, Tn. Diane Polan, Parsons. Tn. Randy Pool. Mllllngton, Tn. Susan Powell. Kenton. Tn. Janice Priddy. Henderson. Tn. Lydia Primm. Parsons, Tn. Keith Purvis, Jackson, Tn. VIckl Rankin. Mercer. Tn. Jerry Roberts. Memphis. Tn. Don Robertson. Henderson. Tn. Cyndi Roper. Jackson. Tn. Susanne Ruiz. Henderson. Tn. Ray Runner. Jackson. Tn. Wayne Rushing. Jackson. Tn. Mary Scheffing, Bolivar, Tn. Sandy Scruggs. Douglasville. Ga. Robert Scott. Jackson. Tn. Paul Shea. Ripley, Tn. Paul Shearin. Memphis. Tn. Jill Shelton. Jackson. Tn. Toni Simmons, Maury City, Tn. Wilburn Simmons, Dyersburg, Tn. Joanne Sklles, Bells, Tn. Colleen Smith. Anna, II. Edd Smith. Huntington. W. Va. Eddie Smith. Louisville. Ky. Kassandra Smith, Jackson, Tn. Michael Smith. Greenwood. In. Robin Smith. Middleton, Tn. Susan Smith. Toone, Tn. Wendell Smith, Lexington, Tn. Cindy Snyder, Jackson, Tn. Harold Spraberry, Memphis. Tn. Dale Spam. Jackson. Tn. Eddie Spegal, Hayti. Mo. Jennifer Starnes, Crestwood. Ky. Douglas Steele, Jackson, Tn. Douglas Stephenson, Jackson, Tn, Gene Stevens, Somerville, Tn. Larry Stewart, Jackson, Tn. Bill Stone, Saltllla, Ms. Barry Stover, Obion, Tn. Gwen Strayhorn, Atwood, Tn. Laura Stringfellow, Lexington, Tn. Freddie Studie, Portageville, Mo. ynda Swinton, Charleston, s.C. Janet Thompson, Memphis, Tn. Fran Todd, Lexington, Tn. John Tolbert, Ripley, Tn. Joy Truex, Jackson, Tn. Gale Tyree, Trenton, Tn. Robert Tyson, Toone, Tn Cindy Vaden, Halls, Tn. Joe Van Dkye, Dyersburg, Tn. Karen Wade, Memphis, Tn Jay Walker, Savannah, Tn. Sylvia Wallace, Lexington, Tn. Joel Washburn, McKenzie, Tn. LaVada Watt, Jackson, Tn. Mary Watt, Lexington, Tn. Becky Whitehead, Park Forest. Mike Wicinski, Memphis, Tn. Larry Wilbur, Memphis, Tn. Mike Williams, Memphis, Tn. Robert Williams, Jackson, Tn. Teresa Williams, Jackson, Tn. William C. Williams, Memphis, Tn. Mark Wilson, Memphis, Tn. Paula Wilson, Jackson, Tn. Freida Winkley, Jackson, Tn. Pat White, Humboldt, Tn. Susan Wood, Bells, Tn. Thomas Wood, Selmer, Tn. Janice Woods, Holladay, Tn. Vivian Wyatt, Jackson, Tn. Dennis Yarbro, Memphis, Tn. Trayce Young, Bradford, Tn. Cheryl Zimmerman, St. Louis, Mo. ' H f?! ' S BSh y -. ft ' ' ' ' ' ■ ' . ' •. ' " ' • ' . ' H ' ' ' - ' ! B M SOPHOMORES Sophomore Class Officers: Terry Brumley, secretary; Karen Smith, vice president; Norman Hill president; and Charlotte Davis, treasurer. Nancy Acree, Linden, Tn. Laura Adams, Jacl son, Tn. Denise Agee, Jackson, Tn. IVIichael Agee, Humboldt, Tn. Wayne Alexander, Hayti, Mo. Jimmy Anderson, Jacl son, Tn. Joe Appleton, Jackson, Tn. Gail Argetis, Jackson, Tn. Donna Armour, Paris, Tn. Kay Arnold, Jackson, Tn. Tonya Arnold, Dyersburg, Tn. Devan Arrington, Jackson, Tn. Bobbie Baird, Milan, Tn. Terri Baker, Portageville, Mo. Timothy Barron, Dyer, Tn. Angela Bennett. McKenzie, Tn. Robin Bentley, Brownsville, Tn. Tom Bessent. Friendship, Tn. Tammy Blankenship, Lexington, Tn. Denise Bledsoe, Memphis, Tn. Susan Blurton, Humboldt, Tn. Jacquelynn Boehler, Trenton, Tn. Natalee Boyd. Jackson, Tn. Billy Brasher, Saltillo, Tn. Tim Brewer, Memphis, Tn. Dennis Brooks. Belden, Ms. Anthony Brown, Fulton, Ky. Terry Brumley, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. Charles Bryan, Eads, Tn. Julius Buford, Halls, Tn. Ken Butler, Jackson, Tn. Joletta Burkeen. Hornsby, Tn. Danny Burns, Dyersburg, Tn. Mike Butler, Milan, Tn. Robert Byrd, Jackson, Tn. Nyra Campbell, Cutler, II. Sandra Canada, Trenton. Tn. Timothy Cannon, Humboldt, Tn. Mike Canter, South Fulton, Tn. Penny Chandler, Memphis, Tn. Pam Childs, Milan, Tn. Tim Clark, Jackson. Tn. Sandy Coble, Rutherford, Tn. Mary Cole, Covington, Tn. Randall Conrad, Jackson, Tn. Keith Cook, Springfield, Tn. William Cowden, Jackson, Tn. Judy Cox, Jackson, Tn. Phyllis Craft, Jackson, Tn. Susan Craig, Steele, Mo. Marsha Crawford, Bolivar, Tn. Tad Crocker, Lexington, Ky. Eva Cowden, Jackson, Tn. Billie Jean Crowder, Henderson, Ky. Cynthia Curnutte, Camden, Tn. Michael David, Jackson, Tn. Don Davidson, Memphis, Tn. Alan Davis. Paducah, Ky. Charlotte Davis, Memphis, Tn. Debbie Davis, Savannah, Tn. Mary Jo Davis, Kenton, Tn. Larry Degarmo, Milan, Tn. Nancy Dickerson, Jackson, Tn. Donna Dodds, Memphis, Tn. Brenda Duke, Lexington, Tn. Kim Duke, Lexington, Tn. Bernice Duckworth, Jackson, Tn. Jackie Durick, Brownsville, Tn. Patti Ebert, Findlay. Oh. Linda Edgar, Portageville, Mo. Deborah Edmonson, Jackson, Tn. Arthur Elder, Jackson, Tn. Chinedu Emmanuel Enemkpali, Nigeria Wesley Emerson, Ripley, Tn. Tony Emison, Bells, Tn. Janet Evans, Dyersburg, Tn. Martha Ford, Nashville, Tn. Carol Gaines, Jackson, Tn. Joe Gardner, Jackson, Tn. Debbie Goad, Atwood, Tn. Susan Golden, Dyersburg, Tn. Vicky Gray, Memphis, Tn. Ann Grigsby, Jackson, Tn. Robbyn Hadley, Medon, Tn. Stephen Hale, Milan, Tn. Anita Harris, Jackson, Tn. Richard Harris, Memphis, Tn. Pam Hart, Beech Bluff, Tn. Anita Head, Memphis, Tn. Randy Hicks, Camden, Tn. Freddie Hill, Jackson, Tn. Norman Hill, Morganfield, Ky. Robert Hill, Darden, Tn. Rochelle Hill, Jackson, Tn. Teresa Holman, Union City, Tn. Cindy Hoppers, Trenton, Tn. Billy House, Milan, Tn. Cindi Howell, Jackson, Tn. Dwight Huffman, Mempfiis, Tn. Frank Hume, Memphis, Tn. Ted Hunderup, Portsmouth, Va. Phyllis Hurley, Jackson, Tn. Libby Hurt, Kenton, Tn. Tim Hutchinson, McKenzie, Tn. Patti Irby, Paris, Tn. Connie Isbell, Union City, Tn. Barbara Jackson, Camden, Tn. Barry Jarnigan, Union City, Tn. Linda Jennings, Toone, Tn. Teresa Jernigan, Brownsville, Tn. Adrienne Johnson, Jackson, Tn. Claudia Johnson, Pulaski, Tn. Danny Johnson, Dyersburg, Tn. Sherry Johnson, Lexington, Tn. Susan Johnson, Southaven, Ms. Paul Jones, Maury City, Tn. Barry Keathley, Union City, Tn. Durinda Keltner, Humboldt, Tn. Cindy Kemp, Rutherford, Tn. Jay Kemper, Madison, Tn. Dearled King, Pinson, Tn. Gwen King, Bolivar, Tn. Bill Kisner, Memphis, Tn. Jeff Kitchens, Memphis, Tn. Ruth Ann Kuhlmann, Jackson, Tn. Deborah Lackey, Nashville, II. Lori Lahmer, Dunlap, Tn. Gall Langley, Memphis, Tn. Judy Leathers, Jackson, Tn. Janet Lee, Henderson, Tn. Jackey Leonard, Memphis, Tn. Dave Lewelling, Ripley, WV. Cyndi Lindsey, Millington, Tn. Linda Lindsey, Huron, Tn. Ronnie Little, Mempliis, Tn, Mike Livingstone, Nashville, Tn. Kenneth Lloyd, Tuscumbia, Al. Tim Long, Jackson, Tn. Terry Lowe, Jackson, Tn. Rebekah Lowe, Morrow, Ga. Rosalyn Lawrence, Jackson, Tn. Teresa Luna, Jackson, Tn. Connie Magers, Memphis, Tn. Debbie Martin. Memphis, Tn. Gail Martin, Memphis, Tn. Randy Martin, Millington, Tn. Vicky McCartney, Greenfield, Tn. Kathy McClatchey, Jackson, Tn. Nancy McCrary, Lebanon, Tn. Flora McElrath, Jackson, Tn. Karen McWherter, Rives, Tn. Lisa Meeks, Memphis, Tn. Edna Mitchell, Martin, Tn. Kim Mitchell, Brownsville, Tn. Steve Moore. Memphis, Tn. Beverly Morgan, Huntindgon, Tn. Rickie Morgan, Dyersburg, Tn. Ronnie Morgan, Memphis, Tn. Jeff Moser, Memphis, Tn. Tommy Naylor, Dyersburg, Tn. Terry Neely, Memphis, Tn. Danita Nelson, Dover, Tn. Lois Nelson, Bells, Tn. Phyllis Nelson, Memphis, Tn. Kathy Northcutt, Steele, Mo. Sherry Odum, Jackson, Tn. Pat Parker, Jackson, Tn. Tony Parrish, Henderson, Tn. Edyth Paschall, Jackson, Tn. Amanda Patton, Jackson, Tn. Donna Pecoraro, Humboldt, Tn. Krista Permenter, Dyersburg, Tn. Joy Peters, Winchester, Tn. Cathy Petty, Humboldt, Tn. Betsy Pierce, Memphis, Tn. Dianne Pierce, Jackson, Tn. Jeanne Phillips, Lexington, Tn. Judy Phillips, Trezevant, Tn. Martha Phillips, Jackson, Tn. Edith Pipkin, Middleton, Tn. Spencer Pollard, Memphis, Tn. Tammie Porter, Jackson, Tn. Patricia Poteete, Jackson, Tn. Julie Powell. Memphis, Tn. Kent Powell, Martin, Tn. Gloria Prater, Waynesboro, Tn. Thomas Raines, Jackson, Tn. Reatha Reeves. Danden, Tn. Coralee Rexford, Lowell, Mi. Nanette Rhodes, Tiptonville, Tn. Richard Rice, Milan, Tn. Danny Riley, Memphis, Tn. Chucl Roberts, Union City, Tn. Vicl i Robertson, Waynesboro, Tn. Denise Robinson, BIytheville, Ar. Ricky Rogers, Memphis, Tn. Terry Sanders, Milan, Tn. Francis Sawyer, Memphis, Tn. Mark Scott, Jackson, Tn. Susan Scott. Jackson, Tn. John Sholly, Memphis, Tn. Tunji Shonekan, Nigeria Henry Simpson, Jackson, Tn. Kathy Simpson, Bells, Tn. Robert Simpson, Memphis, Tn. Pamela Skelton, Jackson, Tn. Hunter Smith. Henderson, Tn. Jan Smith. Jackson, Tn. Karen Smith, Memphis, Tn. Ken Smith, Jackson, Tn. Paulette Smith, Jackson, Tn. Steve Smith, Ripley, Tn. Brenda Snider, Jackson, Tn. Donya Snow, Camden, Tn. Rose Steed. Jackson, Tn. David Steele, Winchester, Tn. Danny Steward, Atwood, Tn. Rick Strickland, Humboldt, Tn. Anne Sturdivant. Jackson. Tn. Debbie Taylor. Union City. Tn. Mary Taylor, Milan, Tn. Shawn Taylor, Milan, Tn. David Thomas, Jackson, Tn. Mickey Thomas. Savannah. Tn. Leeta Thomason. Jackson, Tn. L. rA Ruth Ann Thompson, Milan, Tn. Tommy Tucker, Jackson, Tn. Janie VanDyke, Paris, Tn. Jeanne Veteto, IVIemphis, Tn. John Vickrey, Baltimore, Md. Carolyn Vincent, Bolivar, Tn. Emily Wallace, Huron, Tn. Lawrence Wang, Oak Park, II. Bill Ward, Memphis, Tn. Linda Warlick, Jackson, Tn. Tommy Warnock, Memphis, Tn. Terry Weatherford, Memphis, Tn. Kim Weatherly, Bruceton, Tn. Terri Weston, Paris, Tn. Cathy White, Jackson, Tn. Jeff White, Jackson, Tn. Virgil White, Jackson, Tn. Michael Whiteside, Alamo, Tn. Jenny Whiteworth, Kenton, Tn. Ricky Wilburn, Crook, Tn. David Williams, Paris, Tn. Janine Williams, Brownsville, Tn. Linda Williams. Memphis, Tn. Mitzi Williams. Selmer, Tn. Darletha Woods. Humboldt, Tn. Robbya Wolfe, Savannah, Tn. Mary Womack, Jackson, Tn. Henry Woodward, Knoxville, Tn. Karen Wukits, Lexington, Tn. John Yarbrough, Memphis, Tn. Donna Young, Memphis, Tn. Garland Young, Memphis, Tn. Howard Young, Paducah, Ky. Delores Cherry, Selmer, Tn. 1 I H i l umS JH B B A B Hk ; H | Km ' wJB H 1 FRESHMEN Freshman Class Officers: Elisa Mencer, vice president; Jeff Churchwell, president; Sandy Bool er secretary; and Hope Vincent, treasurer. Terry Alexander, Bradford, Tn, James Alston, Barton, Tn. Vicl i Anderson, Trenton, Tn, Mattie Lou Arbuckle. Grand Junction, Tn. Dean Armour, Paris. Tn. Mereditti Arnold, Jackson, Tn. Sandra Arnold, Humboldt, Tn. Dawn Avery. Millington, Tn. Melanie Baker. Lexington. Tn. Linda Bartholmew, Lexington, Tn. Jamie Bartlett, Bolivar, Tn. Judy Barton, Trenton, Tn. Mickey Basham, Beach Bluff, Tn. Nathan Bass, Humboldt, Tn. Cheryl Baumunk, McKenzie, Tn. Donna Baykin, Jackson, Tn. Christine Bell, Jackson, Tn. Kim Bell, Trenton, Tn. Glenda Bennett. Jackson, Tn. Betty Beverly, Humboldt, Tn. Nathan Bishop, Bolivar, Tn. Robbie Blackwell, Gibson, Tn. Angela Bland. So, Fulton, Tn. Nancy Blass. Jackson, Tn. Pam Bobek, Jackson, Tn. Sandra Booker. Memphis, Tn. Jayce Boone, Jackson, Tn. Donald Bowman, Mt. Holly, N.J. Barbara Boyd, Huntington, Tn. Joe Brackin, Cooler, Mo. Jill Bradbury, Medina, Tn. Donna Brasfield. Humboldt, Tn. Sandra Broadway, Medina. Tn. Billy Brown. Collierville, Tn. Joseph Brown, Memphis, Tn. Kristie Brown. Portageville, Mo. Mary Brown. Memphis, Tn. Mary Bullock, Jackson, Tn. Cathy Bunch. Jackson. Tn, Robert Burfitt. Hixson. Tn. Jeff Butler. Waynesboro, Tn. Barbara Byrant. Jackson. Tn. 5lr iri ;-,feBi " ' William Calder, Blountstown, Fl. Mike Calvert, Savannah, Tn. Philip Cantrell, Memphis, Tn. Anna Gates, Alamo, Tn. Janet Cav ley, Union City, Tn. Angela Chatman, Jackson, Tn. Jeff Churchwell, Memphis, Tn. Douglas Clement, Jackson, Tn. Owen Cobb, Bells, Tn. Curtis Cobb, Trenton, Tn. Johnny Cole, Memphis, Tn. Randy Cole, Memphis, Tn. Wayne Cole, Covington, Tn. Evelyn Cook, Gadsden, Tn. Karen Cook, Memphis, Tn. Lisa Copeland, Bradford. Tn. Daw(n Cox, Alamo, Tn. John Crickfield, Memphis. Tn. Thomas Crocker, Trezevant, Tn. Mary Francis Davenport, McKenzie, Tn. Kim Dean, Cantersville, Tn. Amy Dedmon, Brownsville. Tn. Don DeVore, Waynesboro, Tn. Kathy Diamond, Jackson, Tn. Darlene Donald, Grand Junction, Tn. Tammie Duck, Lexington, Tn. Mary Ellen Duncan. Humboldt, Tn. Helen Exum, Jackson, Tn. Vikki Faulkner, Humboldt. Tn. Debra Finnie. Sommerville, Tn. Marty Fish. Highland, In. Mindy Fisher, Humboldt, Tn. Carol Flowers. Troy. Tn. Ronnie Fondren, Jackson, Tn. Colleen Forren, Jackson, Tn. John Fortenberry, Jackson, Tn. Lisa Freeman, Paris, Tn. Paula Freeman, Manila, Ar. Linda Frost. Medina. Tn. Debbie Germany. Stantonville, Tn. Edna Gipson, Jackson, Tn. Ellary Gipson, Memphis, Tn. David Glaser, Jackson. Tn. John Glenn. Memphis, Tn. Lisa Glisson. Memphis, Tn. Karen Gowan, Trezevant, Tn. Mark Gowan, Jackson, Tn. Valerie Grabosky, Jackson, Tn. Joe Graves, Murray, Ky. Joey Graves, Camden, Tn. Leon Gray, Memphis, Tn. Valerie Gray, Davenport, ia Bonnie Greer, Beach Bluff, Tn. Kathy Gurley, Milan, Tn. George Guthrie, Dyersburg, Tn. Beth Hale, Camden, Tn. Paula Hampton, Memphis, Tn. Mickey Harlow, Memphis, Tn. LeAnn Harris, Naylor, Mo. Caron Hayes, Sardls, Tn. Teresa Hays, Reagan, Tn. Terry Hlcl erson, Trenton, Tn. Leila Hicks, Greenfield, Tn. Susan Higdon, Nashville, Tn. Pam Hoehn, Waverly, Tn. Betty Holland, Big Sandy, Tn. Anthony Hollingsvi orth, Camden, Tn. Lisa Holmes, Oakfield, Tn. Mike Hooper, Muscle Shoals, Al. Susan Hopkins, Memphis, Tn. Tamela Sue Hopkins, Portageville, Mo. Tommy Hooper, Jackson, Tn. Cynthia Howard, Jackson, Tn. Elaine Howard, Henderson, Tn. Eric Howard, Memphis, Tn. Ralph Hughes III, A aynesboro, Tn. Marie Hughes, McEwen, Tn. Donna Humphreys, Humboldt, Tn. Lana Inmon, Hayti, Mo. Julie Jackson, Memphis, Tn. Walter Jackson, Memphis, Tn. Jimmy Jenkins, Memphis, Tn. Betty Johnson, Somerville, Tn. Cary Johnson, Bolivar, Tn. Coleen Johnson, Lexington, Tn. Lynett Johnson, Milan, Tn. Rick Johnson, Cissna Park, II. Robert Johnson, Milan, Tn. Alan Jones, Brownsville, Tn. Patti Joyner, Memphis, Tn. Sandi Keeton, Memphis, Tn. Carol Kellim, Jackson, Tn. Tommy Kincaid. BIytheville, Tn. Melissa King, Huntingdon, Tn. Brenda Knight, Bolivar, Tn. Randell Kuykendail, Paris, Tn. Toni Lamparter, Atoka, Tn. Susan Langford, Gibson, Tn. Sherrie Latimore, Jackson. Tn. Karia Law, Jackson, Tn. Deborah Lawler, Covington, Tn. Susan Lawson, Milan, Tn. Vivian Legions, Alamo, Tn. Cheryl Lewis, Lawrenceburg, Tn. Donna Little, Jackson, Tn. Sharon Lomax, Parsons, Tn. Timothy Madison, Paducah, Ky. Eddie Mallonee, Trezevant, Tn. Dale Mandrell, Big Sandy, Tn. Constance Mandrell, Jackson, Tn. Melanie Marcom, Brownsville, Tn. Kerry Wayne Maronay, Warden, Tn. Keith Martin, Greenfield, Tn. George Matthews, Saltillo, Mo. Chuck Maxwell, Millington, Tn. Lynda May, Memphis, Tn. Tammy McAdams, Huron, Tn. Laura McCants, Memphis, Tn. Kenneth McCaig, Dyer, Tn. Suzanne McCarty, Memphis, Tn. Carey McClerkin, Covington, Tn. Chris McCollum, Milan, Tn. Sue McCord, Humboldt, Tn. Kathleen McCulley, Jackson, Tn. Rita McGahey, Madison, Tn. Randy McGee, Saukville, II. Carolyn McHaney, Luray, Tn. Pat Medlin, Alamo, Tn. Kerry Ann Medling, Milan, Tn. Elisa Mencer, Zion, II. Dale Mercer, Takamatsu, Japan Shirley Mitchell, Bolivar, Tn. Dana Milam, Clarksburg, Tn. Linda Milan, Milan, Tn. Connie Mitchell, Bolivar, Tn. Dolly Mitchell, Toone, Tn. Greg Moore, Germantown, Tn. Sue Moore, McHenry, II. Irene Morris, Atwood, Tn. Beverly Moss, Mason, Tn. Harold Murphee, Milan, Tn. Nancy Newman, Jackson, Tn. Melanie Noah, Millington, Tn. Rebecca Sue Nolen, Maury City, Tn. Kim North, Bells, Tn. Paula Denise Osborne, Dyersburg, Tn. Sally Paire, Yorkville, In. Candace Palmer, Jackson, Tn. Jeff Palmer, Waverly, Tn. Nesha Parr, Covington, Tn. Betsy Patterson, Lexington, Tn. Sharon Peery, Greenfield, Tn. Robert Pence, Jackson, Tn. Janice Perry, Memphis, Tn. Romana Phelan, Rutherford, Tn. Mary Phillips, Westerville, Oh. Brenda Pickens, Adamsville, Tn. Debbie Pierce, Bolivar, Tn. Mitzie Pipkin, Scotts Hill, Tn. Dorinda Powers, Scotts Hill, Tn. Nancy Puckett, Alamo, Tn. Gary Quinn, Humboldt, Tn. Sue Ragan. Jackson, Tn. Lee Raines, Alamo, Tn. Marva Rawlings, Hurricane Mil Patricia Rawls, Jackson, Tn. Cheryl Reasons, Alamo, Tn. Susan Roberts, Humboldt, Tn. Becky Robertson, Saltillo, Tn. Sherry Robinson, Savannah, Tn. Billy Roby, Horn Lake, Ms. Mary Roby, Waynesboro, Tn. Bret Rodriguez, Memphis, Tn. Terry Romane, Metropolis. II. Janet Ross, Buena Vista, Tn. Margaret Ross, Jackson, Tn. Nancy Rushing, Jackson, Tn. Pamela Ryan, Memphis, Tn. David Sanders, Jackson, Tn. Melissa Scott, Savannah, Tn. Benny Scrivner. Humboldt, Tn. Jimmy Seay, Memphis, Tn. Charles Sisco, West Germany Beth Smith, Nashville, Tn. Howard Smith, Millington, Tn. Judy Smith, Camden, Tn. Kenneth Smith, Milan, Tn. Janice Smith, Covington, Tn. Tim Smith, Brighton, Tn. Gayna Smothers, Jackson, Tn. Joyce Ann Sowell, Oakfield, Tn. Rebekah Spegal, Hayti. Mo. Jeanette Spivey, Jackson, Tn. Ronnie Stailings, Bolivar, Tn. Gina Stanfill, Lexington, Tn. Shelia Stanfill, Jackson, Tn. Anita Stephenson. Bells, Tn. Lester Stone. Medon, Tn. Betty Stroup, Somerville, Tn. Jane Ann Sullivan, Macon, Tn. Nancy Summers, Humboldt, Tn. Barbara Tatum, Medina, Tn. Jonell Tatum, Humboldt. Tn. Terri Young, Bradford, Tn. Sharon Younger, McLemoresville, Tn. Jayne Yount, Avon Lake. Oh. Lisa Thompson, Memphis, Tn. Tina Ticer, Memphis, Tn. Katherine Tillman, Jackson, Tn. Randy Timberlake, Millington, Tn. Linda Thrasher, Waukegan, II. Gena Trotter, Waverly, Tn. Brenda Turner, Waverly, Tn. Susan Unruh, Sellersville, Pa. Steve VanStory, Brownsville, Tn. Hope Vincent, Saulsbury, Tn. Joyce Walker, Bath Springs, Tn. Freda Wallace, Jackson, Tn. Vicki Ward, Toone, Tn. Tommy Warner, Whiteville, Tn. Brent Warren, Rives, Tn. Donna Warren, Trezevant, Tn. Jerry Warren, Amherst, Oh. Karen Waters, Memphis, Tn. Kathy Weatherford, Trezevant, Tn. Sandra Weaver, Jackson, Tn. Robin Wells, Trenton, Tn. Bill Wenzler, Ripley, Tn. Margaretha West, Covington, Tn. Barbara White, Jackson, Tn. Caria Williams, Gadsden, Tn. Donna Williams, McEwen, Tn. Renee Williams, Covington, Tn. Rhonda Kay Williams, Humboldt, Tn. Danny Wilson, Corinth, Ms. Sherry Wimberley, Dyer, Tn. Sherry Wombley, Jackson, Tn. Gary Wood, Humboldt, Tn. David Wyatt, Pinson, Tn. Janice Wyatt, Henderson, Tn. Linda Wylie, Jackson, Tn. ADMINISTRATION PRESIDENT i ' .4- Dr. Robert E. Craig Dr. Robert E. Craig, president of Union University since September, 1967, represents a spirit of cooperation, ability, and dedication to tine students, faculty, and staff. Ttirough tlie expan- sion of curriculum, tlie building of a distinguished faculty, and the maintenance of high standards of Christian devotion and intellec- tual achievement. Dr. Craig serves in nearly every aspect of Union ' s management and activities. His personal perseverance, professionalism, and pride in Union University have helped her maintain her role as a truly outstanding Christian institution. Trustees The Board of Trustees of Union University is selected by the Tennessee Baptist Convention. Although not directly involved in ad- ministrative or academic concerns, the Board does help to establish school policy. Board members Include churchmen, educators, and other business and community leaders. standing: Dr. W. Fred Kendall II, Dr. Kenneth Story, Mr. Don Stephen- son, Mr. Jim Austin, Rev. Lee Prince, Mr. James Threlkeld, Mr. Norman Hale, Dr. Earl Davis, Mr. Sam Reed. Seated: Dr. Howard Kirl sey, Mr. Argyle Graves, Dr. E. E. Deusner, Mrs. W. R. Roberts, Mrs. W. B. Cockroft, Rev. Byron Epps, Mr. George Jones, Mr. Cecil Ebersold, Mr. Kenneth Hanna. Standing: Dr. R. G. Jordan, Rev. P. O. Davidson, Mr. Thomas Lillard, Mr. Kenneth Leathers, Dr. Ramsey Pollard, Dr. Lev ris Ferrell, Rev. Paul Barkley, Rev. Bob Carpenter, Mr. Waymon Jones. Seated: Mr. J. A. Hadley, Mr. Jesse Price, Mr. Povifers Smith, Mr. Joe Walker, Rev. John Adams, Rev. Paul Williams, Mr. Thomas Moore, Rev. George Hill, Mr. John McRee. Not pictured: Mr. Charles Foresythe, Mr. Mack Forrester, Mr. William Gurley, Mr. Albert Hansard, Dr. George Harvey, Mr. Ben Langford, Dr. Trevis Otey, Mr. Glenn Rainey, Dr. Adrian Rogers, Mr. Marvin Sandidge, Dr. Charles Sullivan, Dr. James Thomas. Academic Dean Dr. Hyran Barefoot Academic Dean Students with diversified interests come to Union each year seeking an intellectual environment in which to explore new ideas. Providing such an at- mosphere of academic excellence and stimulation is the job of the Academic Office. Constantly aware of student needs and interests, the Academic Office coordinates curriculum in nearly twenty different departments, and provides a solid base upon which the Union student can build an academic program. Dr. Willis H. Kimzey Associate Academic Dean Student Affairs One aspect of Union ' s uniqueness can be at- student body. The staff is willing to help with tributed to the close relationship exhibited personal and academic problems, student ac- between the Office of Student Affairs and the tivities, and vocational placement. David Oran Director of Housing Julia Walker Director of Housing Margaret Boyd School Nurse Danny W Myers Assistant Director, Housing Irene Towater Assistant Director, Housing Sarah Hammett Administrative Assistant Admissions The Admissions Office, under the guidance of Dr. Milburn W. Blanton I is in large part responsible for Union ' s record enrollment this year. ' l Counselors from the Admissions Office personally contact high school and junior college students in Tennessee and surrounding states. Upon arrival at Union, a new student is introduced to the Union family through the Admissions Office, where his situation and personal program are dis- cussed. Don Morris Financial Aids Officer Elizabeth Wingo Admissions Counselor Maxine Cole Admissions Counselor— Memphis Dean Of Religious Affairs Dr. Bob Agee Dean of Religious Affairs Union University strives to provide opportunities for academic and social growth within a Christian context. Providing a spiritual environment on campus, as well as coor- dinating all religious activities is the job of the Dean of Religious Affairs. As well as working to organize chapel programs each week, and any other special religious activities such as the Fall Revival or the Spring Bible Conference, the office serves as the home base for student organizations such as the Ministerial Associa- tion, Baptist Student Union, and Baptist Young Women. The of- fice also helps to organize and implement special student ministeries and revival teams which serve throughout the Mid- South area. Rose Melton Administrative Assistant R.G. Elliott Business Manager Business Office To the Union student, the Business Office is the last stop dur- ing registration. In addition, the mainten ance of sound fiscal policy and a strong financial base for the college is the job of the Business Manager, along with the bookstore finances. Tommy Kelly Assistant Business Manager Jessie Smith Bursar Margaret Jones Bookkeeper Data Processing Book Store Robert Wadley Computer Operator Louise Lynch Manager Development The worth and value of education on a Christian-oriented campus is continually exhibited through the strong support which Union University receives from the public. The Office of Development strives to help maintain Union ' s strong traditions, while building toward the future. The fine work of the staff in the area of public relations, and the emphasis on alumni support is evident in Union ' s record student recruitment and constant financial support. Dr. W. Walter Warmath Vice President for Development William S. Bates D irector of Estate Planning Olen Law Director of Alumni Affairs Joe Westbury Director of Public Relations Administrative Assistants In nearly every office at Union University are ad- ministrative assistants to help with clerical duties and ad- ministrative matters. Through constant contact with students, they assist with registration and student ac- tivities. Nancy Ross President ' s Office Teresa Trull Academic Center Winetta Dukes Admissions Office u Barbara Orr Secretary, Academic Center Jane Nichols Clerk, Academic Center Doris Gee Development Linda Swope Assistant Manager, Bookstore Jennifer Andrews Clerk, Admissions Teresa Luna Clerk, Admissions— Business Office Library Union students can find nearly everything they n eed in the Union University Library. In recent years the library ' s expan- sion, not only in the number of books, but also in the wide varie- ty of electronic media available, has made the student researcher ' s job much easier. The library not only serves the students and faculty of Union, but also provides assistance throughout the community. In ad- dition, the staff serves on the teaching faculty as well, as library science certification is now available to Union students. Harold L. Bass Ruth Halvarson Assistant Librarian Beverly Hearn Assistant Librarian Richard Rogers Assistant Librarian The Art Department of Union University prides itself on its modern and complete facilities and materials which are available to the student. Student talent is cultivated and greater appreciation of the arts is en- couraged by the faculty. Evening courses are taught for people in the community, as well as for Union students. As well as developing special individualized abilities, the art department also trains students for certification in art education. Grove Robinson Department Chairman Meredith Lucl Assistant Professor Curtiss Scott Department Chairman Nell A. LaFon Assistant Professor, Business Education Larry Darby Instructor, Business Business Administration Econonnics and Business Education The facility in the areas of business administration, business education, and economic;, work to provide students with a wide variety of vocational objectives within the business framework. Students desiring a secretarial career, certifica- tion in business education or preparation for employment or graduate study in the areas of business management or accounting are enrolled in this department. Dr. George Clark Department Chairman Betty H. Foellinger Assistant Professor, Journalism English, Journalism and Speech Union students are offered a wide range of study in tlie Department of English, Journalism and Speech. Coursework includes develop- ment of effective writing skills, operant com- munication techniques, and a general ap- preciation of literature. The journalism program prepares students for work in all areas of mass media communication. Courses in the area of speech and theater arts provide students with opportunities in theater production as well as In speech communication. Dr. Ernest Pinson Associate Professor Helen S. BIytfie Associate Professor Jeri McCraw Part-time Instructor Tom Life Department Chairman Cynthia Powell Instructor N. Denise Stevenson Instructor, Speech and Drama Languages The Language Department works to help students attain proficiency in at least one foreign language. The department offers both a major or minor in foreign language with an emphasis not only on communica- tion skills, but also on the literary contributions of foreign writers. In addition, faculty members en- courage their students to develop an appreciation for other cultures. Education Union University ' s Education Department offers a major in Elementary Education and a minor in Secondary Education, as well as certification in other areas such as Library Science and Special Education. Courses offered in the department prepare prospective teachers with an understanding of human adjustment and individual abilities coupled with practical experience. Dr. David Irby Associate Professor Dr. Thomas Smothers Department Chairman Religion And Philosophy The Department of Religion and Philosophy strives not only to help prepare students for the ministry, but also to provide all Union students with a basic understanding of Christian teachings and the contributions of important thinkers and philosophers. Dr. Clyde Tilley Associate Professor Dr. Hyran Barefoot Professor Dr. Bob R. Agee Assistant Professor |3g. F V - ■ T y .1 By .-. _ - Dr. Willis KImzey Professor Music Union University is often recognized for its outstanding music faculty and programs. Under the leadership of Dr. Kenneth Hartley, the department provides opportunities in nearly every phase of professional and vocational training. Students may acquire a Bachelor ' s degree, or they may take applied music courses with or without credit. Students in the music department perform not only on Union ' s campus during chapel programs or special college functions, but they also provide entertainment throughout the community. The wide variety of special music groups provide many opportunities for students to perform. The music department also prepares students interested in music education, or those with an interest in church musicianship. Dr. Kenneth Hartley Department Chairman Ann Elizabeth Biggs Associate Professor June Huffman Instructor Max Pugh Associate Professor Dr. Lynn Seipp Assistant Professor Dr. Patricia Pinson Associate Professor IVlusic— Art Isabel Neely Department Chairman Nursing Union University ' s nursing program provides the stu- dent with the unique opportunity of technical training within the Christian emphasis of genuine concern and car- ing for mankind. Union ' s program, one of the first es- tablished in the Mid-South area, has pioneered in its two- year Associate of Arts in Nursing degree. This year, an expanded program of four years has been added with complete practical laboratory facilities, and an outstanding faculty trained in nearly every aspect of the profession. Campus work is coordinated with practical ex- perience in local hospitals and clinics. Mable Bridger Assistant Professor Kathle Richardson Instructor Linda Barber Instructor Sandra Brown Instructor ; " H ' Sara Mitchell Part-time Instructor Ann Twyford Secretary Regina Saffel Instructor - »- i r- ' cr " i F ' x ai Hr I 1 Virginia Tomlinson Instructor Sandra Johns Instructor Sarah Bay Instructor Psychology The Department of Psychology is dedicated to providing the student with a background in human relations and psychological development which can be applied to everyday life. The faculty utilizes many of the ' findings of modern psychological research in the course of study. Dr. Bill Bouchillon Department Chairman, Psychology Sociology Emphasis on the practical and scientific analysis of human relations is the founda- tion of course worl in the Department of Sociology. The department prepares students who have as their vocational ob- jective work in the field of human relations. The department also provides the Union student with an opportunity to understand how the social changes of to- day can affect the individual ' s life. Eldon A. Byrd Department Chairman, Sociology Mathematics and Computer Science Students with an interest in graduate study in mathematics or computer science, or those wishing to pursue a career related to mathematics find a complete schedule of studies at Union. The department offers courses ranging from basic mathematical studies to advanced computer program- ming and data processing skills. Dr. Joseph Tucker Department Chairman Richard E. Dehn Assistant Professor William B. Truex Instructor, Computer Science History The History Department includes in its curriculum courses in political science and other social sciences. Coursework gives the student a complete knowledge of past developments throughout the world, as well as a current outlook on events taking place daily. The faculty is active in providing tours to historic sites and cultural centers throughout the world. Dr. Robert A. Morgan Department Chairman Biology Dr. June White Department Chairman Chemistry and Physics Biology The Department of Biology offers courses which prepare students for graduate work in life studies or for further study in the field of medicine. The curriculum develops an appreciation and awareness of the environment and current biological developments. Elsie Y. Smith Assistant Professor, Biology Harold A. Simmons Instructor, Biology Chemistry and Piiysics The Department of Chemistry and Physics encourages students toward a scientific investigation of the physical world. The course work prepares students for graduate study while helping them to at- tain laboratory skills and to perfect problem-solving techniques. Dr. Charles Baldwin Assistant Professor, Chemistry Dr. David Blackstock Department Ctiairman Physical Education And Health Union University ' s Department of Health and Physical Education con- siders physical fitness to be of utmost importance in the total academic program. The faculty serve not only as instructors, but also as an effective and successful coaching staff. Bobby Hart Director of Intramurals College Services College Services provides one of the most vital functions on the Union campus. The staff is responsible for secretarial and reproduc- tion work, as well as mail services and campus publications. 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B.A., Art; Minor, Education and History; Pfii Mu Alpha; History Club; French Club; Kappa Pi; Art Guild; Cardinal and Cream; Who ' s Who, 1977-78. Akin, Deborah A . . . B.A., Elementary Education; STEA; Spanish Club; Student Gov ' t. Senator; Dorm Council, Senator; Chorus. Alexander, Bill L . . . B.A., Religion, Psychology; Minor, Sociology; B.S.U.; Footlights; Drama Productions; Chorus. Ashford, Michael W . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, Greek and Sociology- Ministerial Association. B Barren, Cindy . . . B.M., Music Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Chorus- Union University Singers; Miss Union Pageant, Producer. Barry, Ron R . . . B.S., Physical Education; Minor, Journalism; B S U - Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Baseball Team. Barnes, Almetrlce . . . B.S., Sociology; Minor, Business Education. Belew, Bobby R . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, History; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association. Bell, Michael W . . . B.S., Mathematics; Minor, Secretarial Education; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Student Gov ' t , Sigma Alpha Epsilon Senator; Drama Production, The Lion, The WIfch, and the Wardrobe. Bennett, Angela S . . . A. A., Nursing; Lamplighters, SGA Senator. Black, Twila K . . . A.A., Nursing; Footlights; Independents; Lest We Forget; Torch, Chorus Blackman, James M , . B.A., History; Minor, Sociology; B.S.U,; Alpha Tau Omega; Interfraternity Council; Sociology Club; Student Gov ' t Senator; Chorus. Bond, James A . . . B.S., Physical Education; Minor, Sociology- Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Basketball; Transfer from Dyersburg Boothe, Emily R . . . B.A., Elementary Education; B.Y.W.; B.S.U ■ Chorus- Zeta Tau Alpha. Bowden, Dave D . . . B.S., Business Administration, Minor, Economics Phi Mu Alpha; Lambda Chi Alpha; Interfraternity Council- Student Gov ' t ' Stage Band. Bowen, Judy A . . . B.A., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W - STEA- Chorus. Brewer, Scott E . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, Sociology; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Prexy Club; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Basketball- Student Gov ' t, Senator; Sophomore Class President. Brown, Jessie L . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, Sociology; Ministerial Associa- tion. Brown, Steve A . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Computer Science; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Burleson, Johnny D . . . B.A., Business Administration and History- B.S.U.; Alpha Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Student Gov ' t; Class Officer- Campus Favorite; Mr. Union. Butler, James A . . . B.S., Business Administration, Minor, Economics- U Club; Prexy Club; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Dean ' s List. Cagle, Patricia R . . B.A., English; Minor, Education; Chi Omega. Carnes, James Patrick . . . B.M., Sacred Music; Minor, Theory; B.S.U Phi Mu Alpha; French Club; Drama Productions, Of Thee I Sing; Unio University Singers; Proclamation; Torch. CarrIco, Maury D . . . B.S., Chemistry; Minor, Biology; Alpha Chi; Alph Tau Omega; Kappa Mu Epsilon. Christian, Michael M . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, Sociology; B.S.U Ministerial Association; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Student Gov ' Dorm Council; Golf Team; SGA Chapel Speaker. Churchwell, Sherry . . . B.A., Social Science; Minor, Secondary Educa tion; Phi Gamma Mu; Sociology Club. Clayton, Jackie D . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U ; B Y W Transfer from Northwest Jr. College; STEA. Coker, Hugh W . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Secondary Educafi Footlights; Phi Mu Alpha; Lambda Chi Alpha; Drama Productions, Thee I Sing, I Never Saw Another Butterfly, One Foot In He-- Miracle Worker, Student Gov ' t., Senator; Union University Sin. Transfer from Clarke College. ' Cole, Gary D . . . B.A., Business Administration; Minor, Journalism; h Mu Alpha; Student Foundation; Prexy Club; French Club; Lambda C Alpha; Interfraternity Council; Cross Country; Drama Production Or Foot In Heaven; Chorus; Student Gov ' t.; Cardinal and Cream; Lest V Forget; B.S.U. Cooper, Donna F . . . B.S., Social Science; Minor, Secondary Education Dean ' s List; Chorus. Counties, Lisa J. . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Music Theory; Sigmai Alpha lota; Phi Mu Alpha; Drama Production, Of Thee I Sing; Chorus? Symphonic Band. Coyle, Alfred B Association. B.A., Religion; Minor, Greek; B.S.U.; Ministeriaa Crawford, Donna Jo . . . B.A., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; Alpha Taui Omega Little Sister; Zeta Tau Alpha; Spanish Club; Admissions Com- mittee; Student Gov ' t, Senator; Chorus Crocker, Becky . ball; Chorus. B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W. ; Basket- Crook, Sybil E . . . B.M., Piano; Minor, Music Theory; Sigma Alpha lota; B.S.U.; Phi Mu Alpha; Drama Production, Of Thee I Sing; Chorus; Union University Singers; Proclamation. Davenport, Martha L . . . B.S., Business Administration, Minor, Biology; B.S.U.; Zeta Tau Alpha; Panhellenic Council; Dorm Council; Campus Favorite; Student Gov ' t.; Chapel Committee. Davis, Randy L . . . B.A., Religion, Sociology; Ministerial Association. Delaney, Betty K . . . B.A., English; Minor, Secondary Education and History; Alpha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; History Club; SNEA; Who ' s Who. DIckerson, Martha J . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; STEA; Chorus; Transfer from Northeast Jr. College. Duttey, Sylvia G . . . B.A., Sociology and Psychology; Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister. Dumser, Thomas E . . . B.A., Sociology; Minor, Religion; Ministerial Association; Transfer from Memphis State University. Dycus, Billy M . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Music Theory; Symphonic Band; Transfer from Middle Tenn. St. University. Eason, Rusty A . . . B.M., Sacred Music; Minor, Music Theory; B.S.U.; Union University Singers; Stage Band; Symphonic Band. Edens, Jenny E . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; SNEA; Union University Singers. Edmondson, Charles E . . . B.S., Psychology; Minor, Speech— Theatre; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Phi Theta Kappa; Alpha Psi Omega; Drama Production, Crew Worker; Union University Singers. lEItIng, Hope F . . . B.A., Psychology; Minor, Sociology; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; iSpanish Club; Drama Production, The Miracle Worker; Union University Singers. lEudy, Kenneth E . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, English and History; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Alpha Tau Omega; Transfer from Southern Bap- tist College. Johnson, Richard L . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Theory; Phi Mu Alpha; Baseball; Chorus; Union University Singers; Stage Band; Symphonic Band. Jones, Phillip W . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, History; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Transfer from Purdue University. Jones, Dennis W . . . B.A.. Religion; Minor, History; History Club; Phi Alpha Theta; STEA; Dorm Council; Transfer from Clarke College. Ferrell, Charles E . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Economics. , tviks, Gary R . . . B.S., Physical Education; Minor, Secondary Educa- and Business; Alpha Tau Omega; U Club; Baseball. ' " ' iman, Julie E . . . B.A., Psychology, Sociology; Minor, Music; Sigma - oha lota; Chi Omega; Footlights; Pi Gamma Mu; Alpha Psi Omega; l.i C; Union University Singers; Student Gov ' t; Senior Class Treasurer; ' Chorus; Drama Productions, Many Moons, You ' re A Good Man, Charlie f rown, BIythe Spirit, I Never Saw Another Butterfly, Resident Life -oard. G K Kelly, Kathleen . . . A. A., Nursing; Transfer from Lambuth. KIncald, Jay M . . . B.A.. Art; Minor, Music; Sigma Alpha lota; Alpha Chi; Union University Singers; Art Guild; Kappa Pi; Chorus; Who ' s Who; Transfer from Austin Peay University. KIncald, Stephen A . . . B.A.. Religion; Minor, Music; B.S.U.; Footlights; Phi Mu Alpha; Chorus. Gates, Donna M . . . B.S., Psychology; Minor, English and Political Science; Zeta Tau Alpha; Who ' s Who; Phi Theta Kappa; Delta Psi Omega; History Club; Pi Sigma Alpha. Green, Rhenne D . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Chi; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society; Alpha Lambda Delta; B.S.U.; Transfer from Murray State University. Grissom, Robert H . . . B.S., Chemistry; Minor, Mathematics; Lambda Chi Alpha; Cardinal and Cream; Lest We Forget. Gwaltney, Robert E . . . B.S., History, Religion; B.S.U.; History Club; Phi Alpha Theta; STEA; Tennis Team; Drama Productions; Chorus. H Hanna, Robin A . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Music Theory; Sigma Alpha lota; Zeta Tau Alpha; Footlights; Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Club; Drama Productions, Of Thee I Sing, I NeverSaw Another Butterfly, One Foot In Heaven, The Miracle Worker, Union University Singers; Union University Trio; Chorus; Student Gov ' t., Senator; Stage Band. Hasklns, William L from U.T. Martin. B.S., History; Minor, Political Science; Transfer Hearn, Sandra F . . . B.M., Piano; Minor, Music Theory; Sigma Alpha lota; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister; Chorus; B.S.U. HIgdon, Nancy I B.S., Biology; Minor, Chemistry; B.S.U.; Chi Omega; Footlights; Math Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister; Spanish Club; Phi Beta Chi; Judicial Council; Drama Production, I Never Saw Another Butterfly; Senior Secretary; Student Gov ' t., Secretary; Class Favorite. Holmes, Maurice B . . . B.S., History; Minor, Political Science; Alpha Tau Omega; U Club; Phi Alpha Theta; Baseball. Hooper, Anita L . . . B.A,, Art; Minor, Secondary Education; B.S.U.; History Club; Spanish Club; Art Guild; Kappa Pi; Torch; Student Gov ' t. Howard, Robin A . . . B.A., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; STEA; Class Offices; Dorm Council; Chorus. . B.S., Health and Physical Education; Minor, Basketball; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Hubbard, Angela T . . Secondary Education; Independents. Huffman, Carol H . . . B.S. Psychology; Minor, Music and Secondary Education; Sigma Alpha lota; Chi Omega; Pi Gamma Mu; Prexy Club; Chorus; Union University Singers; Student Gov ' t.; Symphonic Band. Hughes, Jere L . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, History; Ministerial Association; History Club; SNEA; Dean ' s List. piG Prevett, Linda S . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; STEA; Chorus; Student Gov ' t.; Dorm Council. Langston, Kelfh L . . . B.S., Physical Education: Minor, History; B.S.U.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Lanham, Rodney L . . . B.S.. Mathematics; Minor, Computer Science; Alpha Tau Omega; Prexy Club; Baseball Team; Junior Class President; Student Gov ' t.; Blood Drive Chairman. M Raines, Brenda S . . . B.A., Elementary Education; Minor, Music; Sigma i Alpha lota; B.S.U.; SNEA; Chorus; Union University Singers. Ross, Theda C . . . B.A., Sociology; Minor, Psychology; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Chorus; Spanish Club; Bible Club. Maddox, Cheryl L . . . B.A., Psychology; Minor, Sociology; Chi Omega; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister; Chorus. Maness, Jack B . . . B.A., Greek, Religion; Minor Psychology; Ministerial Association. Matthews, Suzanne A . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Theory; Sigma Alpha lota; Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Club; Alpha Gamma Delta; Chorus. Mattox, Eddie I . . . B.A., Sociology, Religion, Greek; Minor, Piano; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Pi Gamma Mu; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Chorus; Student Gov ' t. McCarroll, Deborah A STEA; Chorus. B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W. McKlnnle, Dennis W . . . B.A., English, History; Footlights; Phi Mu Alpha; French Club; Prexy Club; History Club; Phi Alpha Theta; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Union University Singers; Honors; Student Gov ' t. McKnIght, Jerry T . . . B.S., Chemistry; Minor, Biology; Alpha Chi; Alpha Tau Omega; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Lest We Forget. Medlln, Debra V . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Sociology; Lest We Forget; Transfer from Dyersburg State and U.T. Martin. Miller, Mike H . . . B.A., Sociology; Minor, Religion; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Chorus. Moore, Paula D . . . B.A., Religion; Minor; Sociology; B.Y.W. ; Chi Omega- History Club. Moss, Teresa D , . . B.A., Business Administration; Minor; History; Zeta Tau Alpha; History Club; National Panhellenic Council; Pi Gamma Mu; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister; Prexy Club; Student Gov ' t.; Miss Union Pageant, third runner-up, second runner-up; Who ' s Who. Murphy, Larry J . . . B.A.. Religion; Minor, Sociology; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Chorus. Schuster, John P . . . B.A., Mathematics; Minor, Greek, Secondary Education; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Student Foundation; Math Club; Chorus; Student Gov ' t.; Symphonic Band. Scott, Kathy J . . . B.A., Social Science; Minor, Secondary Education, English; Chi Omega; History Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister; National Panhellenic Council; Lamplighters; Chorus; Student Gov ' t.; Dorm Council. Seanor, Tim C . . . B.A., Art; Minor, English, Secondary Ed.; STEA; Kap- pa Pi; Art Guild; Prexy Club; Spanish Club; Student Gov ' t.; Cardinal and I Cream; Torch. Simmons, Pamela D . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Music Theory; ; Sigma Alpha lota; Drama Productions; Stage Band; Chorus; Union i University Singers; Miss Union Pageant. SIkes, Tim D . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Physical Educa- • tion; U Club; Baseball Team. Smith, Carolyn F . State. . B.A., Elementary Education; Transfer from Jackson Smith, Judy G . . . B.S., Sociology; Minor, Psychology; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Zeta Tau Alpha; Sociology Club; Chorus; Dorm Council; Lest We Forget. Smith, Kenneth D . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, Sociology; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Student Assistant to Dean of Religious Affairs. Smoot, Deborah A A. A., Nursing; B.S.U.; Lamplighters, Senator. Snyder, Keith D . , . B.A., Religion; Minor, Psychology; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Transfer from Shavi nee Community College. Stafford, Amy C . . . B.A., Business Administration; Minor, Business Education, Secondary Education; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister; Zeta Tau Alpha; Spanish Club; STEA; Basketball Statistician; Dorm Council; Lest We Forget; Class Offices; Chorus; Homecoming Royalty; Campus Favorite. N Northcut, William D . . . B.S., History, Business Administration; Minor, Political Science, Mathematics; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes: Prexy Club; History Club; Mathematics Club; Phi Alpha Theta: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Interfraternity Council: Basketball: Drama Production, Charlie Brown, Student Gov ' t,; Stage Band; Symphonic Band: Campus Favorite: Orchestra in Miss Tennessee and Miss Union Pageants; Midwest Model United Nations, Oklahoma Model United Nations, Delegate. Stephenson, Teresa A . . B.A., English— Journalism, Religion; Zeta Tau Alpha; Spanish Club; Basketball Team; Cardinal and Cream; Lest We Forget. Stevens, Rich . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Music Theory; Footlights; Alpha Psi Omega; Drama Productions; Chorus; Cardinal and Cream; Lest We Forget. Stewart, Lesa A . . B.A., Business Administration; Minor, Business Education; Chi Omega; Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent; Drama Produc- tions. Summers, Charles E . . . B.A., History; Minor, Religion; Pi Gamma Mu; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Tennis Team; Chorus; Transfer from Paducah Community College. Phillips, Suzanne W . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Sociology. PInkley, Pamela J . . B.S., Psychology: Minor, Chemistry; B.S.U.; Alpha Chi: B.Y.W.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister; Chi Omega; Pi Gamma Mu: Phi Beta Chi; Chorus; Cheerleader; Campus Favorite: Homecoming Queen: Miss Union, Prater, Beverly C , . . B.A., Sociology: Minor, Religion; B.S,U.; B.Y.W.; .Sociology Club: Phi Gamma Mu: Chorus. Templeton, Suzanne . . . B.A., Psychology; Minor, Sociology; Chi Omega: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister. TImbes, Linda F . . . B.A., English; Minor, Secondary Education; Transfer from U.T. Martin. Tutor, Jonathan C B.A., English: Minor, Sociology: Alpha Chi; Footlights; Pi Gamma Mu; Tennis Team; Drama Productions; Lest We Forget; Torch; French Club. u Ukachukwa, Pelrus . . . B.S., Pre-Medicine; Minor, Biology; Math Club; Science Club; International Students. V Vandrlver, Thomas M . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Religion, Secondary Education; Ministerial Association; SNEA; Christian Related Vocation. Vaughan, John J . . . B.S.. Physical Education; Minor, Secondary Educa- tion; Alpha Tau Omega; SNEA; Interfraternity Council; Baseball Team; Student Gov ' t. Vowell, Beverly K . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Music Theory; Sigma Alpha lota; Zeta Tau Alpha; Drama Production, Ot Thee I Sing, Chorus; Union University Singers; Proclamation; Student Gov ' t.; Stage Band; Dorm Council. w Wadley, Mary F . . . B.A., English, Spanish; Minor, Secondary Education; P S.U.; Alpha Chi; Chi Omega; Spanish Club; SNEA; Student Gov ' t. Walker, Mary E . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Speech and Theatre; Sigma Alpha lota; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Footlights; Alpha Psi Omega; SNEA; Drama Productions; Union University Singers; Campus Favorite; Dean ' s List. Basketball Team; Track; Tennis Team; Chorus; Student Gov ' t.; Dorm Council. Young, Brenda L . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Physical Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; STEA; Girl ' s Physical Club; Manager of Lady Bulldogs; Class Offices. Walker, Pamela G . . . A. A., Nursing; Lamplighters; Transfer from Murray State University. Warlick, Nancy L . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Music Theory; Sigma Alpha lota; Alpha Chi; Chi Omega; French Club; Prexy Club; STEA; National Panhellenic Council; Chorus; Union University Singers; Lyceum Committee. White, Ginger E B.A., Elementary Education; STEA. White, Terry W . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, Sociology; B.S.U.; Transfer from Clarke College. Williams, Cathy L . . . B.S.; Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Transfer from Northwest Junior College. Williams, Pamela K . . . B.A., English; Minor, Secondary Education; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sisters; Chi Omega; Art Guild; Spanish Club; Class Offices; Student Gov ' t.; Dorm Council; Cardinal and Cream; Lest We Forget; Chorus; Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart. Wilson, James B . . . B.A.; Religion; Minor, Sociology; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Chi Omega Wise Guy; Basketball Team; Tennis Team. Wlnslow, William B . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Computer Science; Transfer from Jackson State. WItherlngton, Sue E . . . B.A., English; Minor, Music, Secondary Educa- tion; Sigma Alpha lota; B.Y.W.; Zeta Tau Alpha; Footlights; Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Club, Sweetheart; Drama Productions, One Foot In Heaven; Chorus; Miss Union Pageant. Wood, Janea L . . . B.A., Elementary Education; Minor, none; Transfer from Rend Lake Junior College. York, Larry A . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, Physical Education; B.S.U.; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Prexy Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; The Search Goes On— Nowhere is it written among the archival volumes of learning and knowledge how true wisdom is obtained. As nebulous as air; as un- definable as truth, wisdom is a value, a stan- dard, a commitment— our goal. To have complete wisdom revealed to us would seem to be the ultimate achievement, but then would not man ' s eternal quest be over and the thrill of the search be diminished? Perhaps there is a way we can begin here in college. With the realization that there is much more knowledge in the world and of the world than we could possibly fathom in one lifetime, we start our search. No man has ever under- stood all. We are not meant to. We must be content with the amount of knowledge we are able to acquire to bring meaning to our ex- istence. Upon this we build our life; we build our faith. Through this faith we gain the courage necessary to explore new realms and take the dare of more experienced minds than ours. We gain only through careful perception and cautious evaluation. Not all will have meaning for us, but for the sake of experience, can we afford to pass anything by? w }J Here in these college years the knowledge of one ' s self Is the invaluable tool for our search. We can realize our own capabilities and our own talents. If we refuse to cultivate our abilities, the search is meaningless, and knowledge is gained without the personal satisfaction inherent in lear- ning. We must know our values, our standards, our rules of life. In applying these to learning, keeping a mind open to new ideas, they will help us to perceive much and to utilize it wisely. Perhaps most important is the realization that all knowledge, and every step in the search for wisdom is possible through faith in the guiding force which brings meaning to our lives. Through the gift of reason we can discern the good and evil, the valuable and the worthless, and the truth and fakery in the world. We must realize that all knowledge is not ours to comprehend, but the ability to seek it is. We must take advantage of our intellectual surroun- dings and our spiritual environment to seek wisdom and knowledge. The task is not small nor easy, but the advantages and opportunities before us are innumerable and priceless. Mary Scheffing " : mn mm m |»wi t-- Jerry Roberts catches up on his studies. WCJ Dr. Agee speaks at the BSU open party . . m - «« 4 Final exams are exhausting for Don Davidson and Debbie Martin. Joe Van Dyke is up to his usual antics. Little Ed Smith finds time to read a magazine. will iiiiiiiir»riii»fi»niirw«i[ - -iTn imrrmmnr Paul Schuster takes a break. These nursing students relax after a long morning at the hospital Dr Pat Pinson gives a lecture. The pursuit of knowledge is not a road easily traveled. The question of purpose and fear of failure often seem as barriers to our goals. Yet each step we take towards gaining wisdom brings us closer to our dreams. Ihe year 1978 has been but another step. As I reflect upon be- ing Editor of the Lest We Forget, I realize more fully the value of knowledge. The challenge of putting out the best book possible, meeting deadlines, and remembering everything an Editor should was only secondary. My primary reward came from learning a great deal about myself and those around me. I gained new insights into the field of Journalism that I love so well and experience that will be valuable in years to come. Cindy Carpenter Editor-in-Chief


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