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

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TJ nion vyniversity Table of Contents Campus Life 16 Organizations 52 Athletics 102 Academics 130 Personalities 162 Community Friends 208 LEST WE FORGET 1983 Volume LXVII UNION UNIVERSITY Jackson, Tennessee Man as a progressive creation is in a constant state of development. Yet the purpose in life is accompanied with a promise of fulfillment. Our Creator realized that in order to obtain this promise, Man must rely on something greater than Himself. Hope is that companion. Hope pushes forward in their search those who are seeking. Hope comforts those who are confused by the pressure and the pain. We as seekers cry out against mere existence and demand life in its fullest. Through it all, Hope remains . . . For those who hope in the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not grow weary; they shall walk and not faint. Isaiah 40:31 Editor-In-Chief . Associate Editor Adviser .. Anna Scarbrough .... Karen Campbell Betty H. Foellinger Hope springs exulting on triumphant wing . . . Robert Burns falfaUi U ■.- ' : rfi 1 mm ' v . - ' ■$ L w fc-- " " : r W " ' • tlMf Where there is no hope there can be no endeavor. 3ifl HSB Bj EilMfei ■H H Hv M ' ' r B mm -V ' 1 H t i m M d H JWj 1 1 PIh m H The setting of a great hope is Hke the setting of the sun — the brightness of our Life is gone. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow I}M ' Cam 263 Graduates Say Good-bye To Union Two hundred and sixty-three students waited four years (and in some instances even longer) for that May day, for that brief moment with Dr. Craig, and finally for that diploma! A total of 239 May graduates and 24 July graduates were honored during the morning Baccalaureate service, afternoon reception and evening commencement program on May 29. Twenty-tw o nurses were represented in the third class to be graduated from the Bachelor of Science nursing program, nearly double last year ' s number. Dr. Chester Swor, retired Missis- sippi College administrator, delivered the monning Baccalaureate sermon. Rev. Donald Wildmon, United Meth- odist minister and founder of the National Federation for Decency, the commencement addressed audience. The Highest Academic Achievement Award was presented to Keith McClain for having the highest G.P.A., 3.97. Elizabeth Ann Buntin received the Elizabeth Tigrett Medal for excellence in citizenship, char- acter, leadership, scholarship and school service. All in all, it was a day to remember. . Rev. Wildmon challenged the class to maintain strength of character in a changing world. Registration and Moving In Means Hugs, Helios and Few Hassles " Hi! How was your summer? " " Where do you live on campus? " " What ' s your major? " " Try to get that class, I passed it! " Etc., etc., etc. The familiar lingo of registration and moving in was noted by 1,374 students enrolled this fall at Union. This is the first year that all residents are housed on the campus. The addition of 60 additional spaces allowed Union to maintain last year ' s student population. The freshmen once again had the opportunity to get acquainted with college life a little earlier by attending orientation. The welcome parties provided the upperclassmen the neces- sary time to catch up and when classes finally got underway the new friend- ships offered the needed comfort and security with understanding smiles. Reception Opens Year With Style Curiosity forces you back to your mailbox for the third time that day, and your efforts are rewarded. The invita- tion to the President ' s Reception was there to announce the annual event. The President ' s Reception allows the students the opportunity each year to meet the faculty, administration, staff. and Dr. Robert Craig in a pleasant but formal setting. It ' s a chance to see another side of the people we think we know so well. This marked Dr. and Mrs. Craig ' s fifteenth year at Union, and the couple greeted the students with their usual ease and charm. The cafeteria was transformed with the tables of delicious food and punch and the atmosphere produced by students in formal attire. The reception marks just another example of Union ' s attempts to develop every aspect of the students ' lives. Construction Builds New Hopes for Union Construction began in November of last year on Union ' s new Student Activity building and enlarged Book- st ore. This project is the largest single expansion of the Penick Academic Complex since the building was occupied in the fall of 1975. The 170,000 - square-foot classroom building will be extended 153 feet toward Walker Road with the Main Corridor running 85 feet of that length, stopping at the entrance to the new Olympic-size swimming pool. Dr. Robert Craig states that a total of 26,597 - square-feet will be added to the building. The project, expected to cost nearly $900,000, is being financed through pledges to the Expansion Program which raised $1.75-million for enlargement of the complex. Completion of the addition, expected in December of 1983, is contingent on those pledges. The Student Activity Building will provide a six-lane swimming pool, two racquetball courts, a mini-gym for intramurals and campus activities, dressing rooms, a large game room, and an office and storage area. The fully-functioning student center will enclose 18,437 - square-feet adjacent to the Athletic Department. The Bookstore will more than triple its space through the construction effort. Manager Louise Lynch says that the expansion will allow the bookstore to offer more reference and general interest books, enlarge the soft goods area, and possibly add a line of packaged convenience foods. The col- lege post office, which shares a wall and is supervised by bookstore personnel, will be relocated in the new bookstore area with its mail boxes increased from 1,100 to 1,500, with future expansion potential of up to 2,000. The Student Services Center will expand into a portion of the area vacated by the bookstore, said Vice President of Student Affairs Maggie Nell Brewer. Though plans have not been finalized, tentative arran- gements would remodel the area to include a larger medical clinic, office space for the SGA and related functions, expanded testing center, and a possible career information center adjacent to the Director of Placement Counseling. Other changes that have occurred within the past year include the relocation of the Computer Center and the Religious Affairs Office, the erecting of the famous " Sugar Shack, " and the new Alpha Tau Omega fraternity lodge. In the past seven years. Union has greatly expanded beyond its original struc- ture. With this expansion comes the promise of continued growth. ATO makea new addition to fraternity row. An enlarged Bookstore will eliminate present overcrowded conditions. Trees were cleared and sidewalks removed to enlarge Penick Complex 1982 senior class officers make their contribution to Union in the form of the " Sugar Shack " for student enjoyment. BSU Retreat Focuses on Building That first month of school is wrapped up, and you feel like tying the whole semester into a neat package for early disposal. Frustration and or friends urge you to take some time off. That ' s when words like " retreat " gain added emphasis. October ' s BSU Fall Retreat meant time away for over sixty students. " Building on the Foundations " was selected as the theme, and former Union BSU president David Burton led the Bible study. Chaperones Scott Brewer and Nancy Ross tried to maintain their sanity while the students discovered the canoeing, football, volleyball, trails, and fireplaces of beautiful Brandon Springs. Time to laugh, learn, and develop a better understanding of one ' s rela- tionship with God helped to intensify the results of " Building on the Foundations. " Nancy Ross retreats from business Thomas discusses final details with Lynn, Halloween creates new faces around Union such as these for the annual costume contests. ARA Serves Food Fun It ' s where mingle, whoi-e foolish, where found, and lasi we meet, where we .ve act somewhat ' aw books can be out not least where we eat. The cafeteria is definitely one of the favored spots on campus and such atmosphere is not entirely accidental. Joy, Paul, Rick and all the staff have carefully planned a year that combines food and fun. The A.R.A. Food Services are dedicated to serving good food. But Union is fortunate in that there is always that desire for something special to enhance the time spent around those familiar tables. Whether it ' s whimsical waffles, carnivals, pumpkin cuttings. Homecoming feats, banana splits. Hobo nights, or Sunday ' s welcomed roast beef, the students know that someone cares enough to add that special spice of life. T Hobo night brought out the more elite crowd on campus for tin can stew These ladies are always ready to serve! They ' re seen here during one of the cook-outs. Opera Workshop Presents ' Princess Ida ' i Spring term saw four perfor- mances turn Union into a " college of feminine knowledge " as the winter term opera workshop presented " Princess Ida. " Dr. Joseph Blass directed leads Dr. Larry Smith, Mary Roby, Carole Howard and the remaining cast in Gilbert and Sul- livan ' s interpretation of the continu- ing battle of the sexes. A delightful chorus and the sparkling professors of a women ' s institution supported Miss Roby and Miss Howard in the shared lead. Determined to reject the childhood betrothal and men, Princess Ida dis- courages all relationships. After a clever impersonation, discovery of the deception and a contest of strength, Dr. Smith ' s Hilarion leads the men to conquest. Resulting polished performance meant winter term workouts were rewarded for the cast of " Princess Ida. " Cast of Princess Ida, left to right, first row: Mark Berlin, Ray Frazier, Phillip Long, Steve Martin, Eric Barron, David Martin; second row: Kelvin Smith, Carol Morris, Lisa McCollum, Beth Rix, Barbie Hunt, Carol Walker, Susan Graves, Carole Howard, Jetta Jimmerson, Ricky Isbell, Alisa Clift, Jim Pinkston, David Adkins, Brenda Goodwill, Mindy Essary. Dr. Blass directed the cast and provided backstage supporting roles. Carole Howard remains obstinate throughout Dr. Smith ' s pleading. Dr. Smith, Ricky Isbell and Jim Pinkston eliminate some minor " problems. " David Adkins makes a move on Brenda Goodwill, but to no avail. 24 Union Supports Local Causes Walt Warren accompanies one of the entries in the Alpha Tau Omega Air Band Concert which raised funds for Grace School. Miss Tennessee Desiree Daniels sang to benefit the Child Abuse Center. Proceeds went to the March of Dimes when FM lOO ' s Foul Shots challenged Jackson media Hotshots for an action-packed performance. 1 Special Guests Add Variety to Campus Life Jones Lecturer Dr. Paul Brand makes a special appearance in an Honors class. John Sadri exhibits perfect form at the Tennis Exhibition held on Union ' s campus. Fall convocation speaker Dr. Jimmy Allen takes time out to chat with Karen Campbell. Miklos Bencze, a former leading basso with the Hungarian State Opera House, was on the Lyceum program for this year. He held a workshop for music students and made a concert appearance. 26 Concerts Amplify Spiritual Awareness Truth performs in concert. Kim Wickes makes a chapel appearance. Sponsored by FCA, Steve and Annie Chapman hold a relationship seminar. Ann and Chuck Maxwell bring familiar sounds back to Union. FCA members Tim Wheat and Kevin Ezell promote Steve and Annie Chapman. Brought to Union by BSU, David Meece held a spring concert. 27 These Are the Best of Times In Spite of All Yes, Union, " These Are the Best of Times " in spite of a rained-out parade and ballgame. Although it may be hard to imagine a homecom- ing without a men ' s varsity game, it will be a homecoming to remember for years and reunions to come. A week of glimpses into past decades proved to bring out a few " flappers " and " yippies " but poodle skirts and T-shirts were the biggest craze. Participation ran high for class playday in the gym, but the rain helped to dampen some spirits as well as Santa Claus during the parade. The formal dinner with its seafood and candlelight satisfied the romantic and the gourmet alike. The basketball games Thursday night meant split decisions against David Lipscomb. The women initiat- ed the excitement with a fast-moving contest against the previously un- defeated team. The men fell by a 3-point margin in an equally close contest. Afterwards, weary fans attended the " late show " where the Academy Award winning " Chariots of Fire " was showing. Friday, Union ' s men and women rallied to mourn the " passing " of the homecoming victims in a mock funeral. Following the pep session, the parade defiantly overcame the elements with a soggy trip through Jackson. Finally, Saturday arrived but unfortunately Arkansas College did not. The men ' s game had to be canceled, but the women ' s efforts showed Union ' s determination to keep on in spite of it all. Western Kentucky ' s women triumphed, but not without witnessing a record- breaking performance by senior Lisa Caudle. The week ' s wondering concluded at halftime of the matchup when Rita Simpson was crowned the 1982 queen. So, yes, Union, in years to come we will all remember that in spite of it all — " These Are the Best of Times. " I EVEN SANJ Homecoming chairman Melinda Moore plans activities with Cindy Loftiss. Sophomores survive soaking with soggy Santa. (Whew!) Class playday displays campus " real men " as true athletes. v: Class Playday activities caused the competitive spirit to heighten during Homecoming week. Misty Sellers models a costume from what appeared to be Union ' s favored era. Ingenuity Creates Homecoming Memories Homecoming denotes reunions and recapturing old friendships, but for the students who are just beginning their memory-making experience homecom- ing means testing their creativity. This year offered chances for the brave few to dress in the appropriate attire for a certain decade. Bret Scott and Tammy Trexler proved to be the outstanding fashion designers for the week. For those who like to decorate cars rather than themselves, the parade meant another opportunity to see what Union can do. Chi Omega captured the trophy for the best entry with their version of Pac-man. The Freshman class placed second in the contest. If the rain kept the possible participants away from the parade, then Saturday ' s display contest was their second chance to show off. The SAE men " wrapped up " the fraternity award with their crepe paper tribute to the basketball teams. The freshman class accepted their trophy for the class division of the contest, while Zeta women took the sorority title. Clas.s playday brought the most participatio; ' : o ' the week, according to SGA hciaii.oming representative Melinda ?vIoo,-t. The wacky games and contests mearit a trophy to the senior class. Union students proved that this time of the year has something to offer those in school in addition to providing a reunion and a time for reminiscing to returning alumni. Homecoming is definitely what you make it, and Union ingenuity once again made it a success. Elsie Smith receives the Distinguished Faculty-Staff Award. Bill Bates accepts the Honorary Alumnus Award. Ethel Reed Watters was presented with the Distinguished Alumnus Award. Accepting the Distinguished Service Award is Rev. Kester Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Cox, Class of 1972, enjoy the Awards Luncheon. Past Lest We Forgets help alumni remember " The Best of Times. ' f-. ; r kit lit ' i Proclamation and Covenant performed in a reception for returning alumni. Pictured is the Proclamation ensemble. A special feature included a medley by a quartet from Covenant. Lambda Chi Alpha ' s Tim Tucker serves coffee. Phi Mu Alpha and SAI held a joint reception. Alumni Recall ' Best Times ' Ten reunions were sponsored by various organizations during the homecoming morning registration period. Former bookstore workers, math and computer science majors, Class of 1932, Lambda Chi Alpha, psychology and sociology majors, Rutledge History Club, Class of 1972, Class of 1957, Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Mu Alpha, and the Cardinal and Cream and Lest We Forget staffs met over refreshments until 11:30 while the P.E. Club, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Zeta Tau Alpha waited until after the women ' s contest. During the Award ' s Luncheon, members of the Class of 1932 and 1957 were recognized by Dr. Craig as 50- and 25-year graduates. Roger Murray, Jr., president of the Alumni Association, presided over the agenda which included honor- ing four individuals. The Distin- guished Faculty-Staff Award went to Assistant Professor of Biology Elsie Smith, while Bill Bates, Director of Special Projects and Corporate Support, received the Honorary Alumnus Award. Rev. Kester Cotton of Medina was honored with the Distinguished Service Award and Ethel Reed Watters of Jackson was presented the Distinguished Alumnus Award. Susan Gillmann Greene and Mrs. Betty Foellinger urge returnmg guests to register. Record Set and Queen Crowned On Damp Day Homecoming day could probably be considered one of the rarest types in comparison to the traditional idea. Marked by several disappointments such as the " rained out " game against Arkansas College and the upsetting loss to Western Kentucky, the 1982 celebra- tion might have been determined an unusual experience. The rain and defeat could not dampen the Union spirit, however, and the women faced the stiff competition with hopeful determina- tion. The Lady Toppers simply had the shooting edge of an outstanding 61 o to boost the final score to 106-79. Senior Lisa Caudle provided the highlight of the women ' s contest with a national NAIA record-setting perfor- mance of 21 field goals. Shooting 70%, the Ail-American scored a total of 42 points. Cassandra Howard added 13 points as the second leading scorer and Ester Coleman contributed 12. During halftime, Mrs. Grace Wil- liams presented the trophy given in her honor to the outstanding female athletes. Receiving the award this year were Lisa Caudle, Ester Coleman, and Lisa Jackson. The George Schuler Award recognizing the outstanding male athlete was presented to Tony Jones. Rita Simpson was also announced as the new Homecoming queen during the halftime festivities. Jana Adkisson, Beth Heuiser, Jan Pearson, and Angela Stewart comprised the court. AU-American Lisa Caudle dribbles toward a NAIA record of 21 field goals against the Toppers Terry Romaine and Rory Carpenter present award to Tony Jones Union Sees " A Time for Love " The 1982 Miss Union University Pageant transformed the G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel into the well-staged setting of a preliminary to the Miss Tennessee Pageant. " A Time for Love " supplied the theme for the festivities under the direction of Marta Wilson with Andy Dailey serving as producer. Doris " Cousin Tuny " Freeman brought over twenty-five years of pageant experience to her role as mistress of ceremonies. Entertain- ment was furnished by the 1983 Pageant Singers, alisa Clift, Carole Howard. Philip Long, Jim Pinkston, Kelvin Smith, and Director Susan Crraves. Providing musical back - up was the Union University Stage Band directed bv Charles Huffman. Kevin Bass assisted the producer and director while working on the script with Jana Jones. Other com- mittee members include: David Har- rison, set director; Ron Land, sound director; Steve Martin, assistant sound director; Denise Stevenson, faculty technical adviser; Phi Mu Alpha, Greg Robinson, and Kevin Ezell. sound crew; Frank Christie, stage crew and ticket sales; Beth Gibson and Karen Smith, pageant booklets; Maggie Nell Brewer, faculty adviser; Ruth Lincoln and Susan Sitton, backstage crew. Jana Dee Adkisson, 1982 Miss Union University provided a piano selection and crowned Melanie Gay Campbell (see page 44) for the 1983 reign and trip to Miss Tennessee. V. " Yesiree bobalinko, " advises Cousin Tuny. Dean of Students Maggie Nell Brewer rewards the efforts of Director Marta Wilson and Producer Andy Dailey. The music fraternities sponsored, Melanie Gay Campbell. Men ' s Housing Representative Denise Lynn Nanney sings " I ' m A Miracle Lord. ' Junior Lisa Carol Jones represented Women ' s Housing Laura Denise Cbappel was sponsored by the Junior STEA representative was senior Phyllis Ann Groom. Terri R. Vopel, Zeta Tau Alpha representative, performs a ballet. I p H I KI B B v H B -.; ri H| | H i dfl l B m m 1 H Hr ' ' Donna Jane Dixon was sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha. The Rutledge History Club was represented by Temara Joy Trexler. Joy Lynn Crouse proudly represented the Senior Class. Angela Carol Stewart represented the men of Alpha Tau Omega. Phi Alpha Theta representative was freshman Sandra Louise Riggs. Karen Elizabeth Hinds was sponsored by the Cardinal and Cream. 4 s| Mj x ' %k i ' 1 The Sophomore Class sponsored Sherry Jo Breedlove. Sherri Jean Percer represented the Freshman Class. The women of Chi Omega sponsored Jennifer Lanoir Cox. Lest We Forget was represented by Patricia Denise Ridings. The Queen and Her Court The reigiiin Miss Union Universi- ty and her co;.-i includes from left to right: Sherri ' ■ ' rear, Misty Sellers, Queen Melanie v jmpbell, Lisa Jones and Jeany Byth Thompson. Lisa Carol Jones, 20, daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jones, Toone, was first runner- up. A junior, she is majoring in accounting and represented Women ' s Housing. Second runner - up. Misty Lea Sellers, 21, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Sellers, Jackson, is a senior majoring in physical education and health. A cheerleader, she was spon- sored by the Physical Education Majors Club. Third runner - up was Jenny Byth Thompson, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thompson, Trenton. A freshman majoring in accounting, she was sponsored by the Pre-Legal Socie- ty. Sherri Percer, 20, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Percer, Arlington, was fourth runner - up and Miss Congeniali- ty. She is a sophomore majoring in nursing and represented the Freshman Class. Shown here performing a musical drama as her talent selection, Sherri Percer was chosen by the contestans as Miss Congeniality. Melanie Campbell, also chosen as Miss Union University 1983, was awarded the Beverly Williams Lewis Talent Award. Melanie Gay Campbell was crowned the new Miss Union University by Jana Dee Adkisson, 1982 ' s winner. Miss Campbell represented music fraternities Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Mu Alpha in the competition. The 20-year-old junior is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Robert Campbell of Shrewsbury, MA, and formerly of Rockwood, TN. She is majoring in office administration while at Union. Miss Campbell, a former Miss Madison County, now proceeds to the Miss Tennessee Pageant. Dur- ing the campus preliminary, she won the Talent Award with a vocal medley of " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " and " Climb Every Moun- tain. " MKM k M BR ' ' 7- " ' - r p BT-jI M l f ' l If m yj flRVPlHHHHBiBd v. v David Randal Brewer Computer Science and Math James Keith Butler Chemistry and Pre-med Karen Campbell English - Journalism Linda Sue Carter Psychology Who ' s Who Adds Thirty Thirty Union seniors have been selected as out- standing students by the nationally recognized direc- tory, Who ' s Who in Amer- ican Colleges and Universi- ties. Each year nominations from the faculty are con- sidered in the selection process. The candidates are chosen according to excep- tional scholarship, leader- ship ability and character. The 1983 directory car- ries the names of students from more than 1,300 insti- tutions of higher learning in all 50 states, and several foreign nations. Outst and- ing students have been honored in the annual directory since it was first published in 1934. ■HH Wl j I r 7 ' 1 ■■ Lisa Carole Caudle Health and P.E. Sandra Lee Cromwell Cope Accounting and Business Donna Jane Dixon Computer Science Annette Augusta Edmonds Health and P.E. Sandra Leigh Fowler Music Education Susan Jane Graves Music Education Elizabeth Lynn Heuiser Accounting Michael Kenneth Holt Economics and Finance Richard Anthony Jenkins Religion Laura Elaine Fuller Lewis English - Journalism Ruth Ann Lincoln Elementary Education Ann Stricklin Maxwell Social Work Mark Randall Miller Greek and Religion Denita Jan Phillips Economics and Finance Lee Ann Redmond Nursing Mary Don Martin Roby Voice David Joseph Schanuel Religion and Social Work Charles Bret Scott Music Education Mary Helen Scott Music Education Mary Marie Scott Elementary Education Terry Glenn Smith Religion Tina Michelle Walker Computer and English Carol Lynn Walls Music Education Lisa Marie Williams Biology Wade Avery Willis Computer Science Campus Favorites Cindy Brooks, a sophomore, is majoring in Elementary Education at Union. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha and assists in the intramural program. Teri Lynn Pierce is also a sophomore and is majoring in Pre-dentistry. She is involved in Chi Omega sorority. Karen Campbell, a senior English - Journalism major is the associate editor of the yearbook and director of BSU Drama. Lisa Caudle is a senior Health and Physical Education major. As a Lady Bulldog, she has broken numerous records and was chosen as an All-American. Jan Pearson, a Business Administration and Art major, and Ruth Lincoln, an Elementary Education major, are senior cheerleaders. -Jan is in Chi Omega and Ruth is an ATO Little Sis. Darrell Maxwell, a junior; Kevin Ezell, a sophomore; and Tim Wheat, a junior, are ardent supporters of Union athletics. Darrell is majoring in Physical Education and Health and is active in intramurals. Kevin is a varsity tennis player, majoring in computer science. Tim is seeking a Religion major and is president of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. A Physical Education and Health major and junior, Debbie Sheehy is vice-president of BSU and the intramurals program. Sophomore class president Reggie Thomas is a Religion major and is active in BSU. Seniors Rita Simpson and Ann Stricklin Maxwell are past Homecoming queens. Rita is an English-journalism major, and Ann is majoring in social work. Gerry Brittain and Jon Cawley are in Alpha Tau Omega. Gerry is majoring in business and Jon is in sociology. Angela Stewart and Melinda Moore are juniors active in Chi Omega. Angela has served on Union ' s Homecoming court and Melinda was the student 1982 Homecoming chairman. Senior Joy Crouse is majoring in accounting and is active in Chi Omega and as an ATO Little Sister. Junior Jana Adkisson is a psychology major, president of Chi Omega, a SAE Little Sister, and 1982 ' s Miss Union. Seniors Tony Jones anA Barry Tidwell and junior Mike Lovelady are Bulldog standouts on the basketball court. Tony and Barry are physical education and health majors. Mike is majoring in business administration. 49 Mr. and Miss Union 1982-83 Represent Campus Life Mr. and Miss Union 1982-83 are seniors Thomas Strong and Beth Heuiser. Beth is a 21-year-old Account- ing and Business Administration major from Sikeston, MO. She is the president of Zeta Tau Alpha and is a Little Sister of Alpha Tau Omega. Previously elected as a Class Favorite, Beth was also chosen as a member of the 1982 Homecoming Royalty. She is a member of the Prexy Club and is listed in Who ' s Who Among Amer- ican Colleges and Universities. A 21-year-old Religion-Greek major from Mt. Juliet, Thomas serves as president of the Baptist Student Union. He is a member of Alpha Chi, Prexy Club, Sociology Club, and Psychology Club. He has been named to the Dean ' s List and the National Dean ' s List. Mr. and Miss Union are elected annually by the student body from a list of eight nominees selected by the Student Government Associa- tion. Each nominee must have attended Union consecutively dur- ing their junior and senior years and must have at least a 2.75 GPA. They are chosen according to popularity, participation in activi- ties and clubs, and loyalty to Union. -« i»»»- « g! j : KiSk: Sil r Or ganiz ns Fall Season Opens With A Roar The 1982-83 theatre season began with the classic George are captured and each must decide between maintaining his Bernard Shaw story of faith, Androcles and the Lion. As faith and being put to death or compromising his beHefs for Christians of the first century, Androcles and his friends are freedom. forced to flee from the Romans. Androcles interrupts his Shaw interprets Christianity to the Christians in this flight to help a lion with a thorn in its paw. The Christians show that is both hght-hearted and profound. The Emperor and the Lion seem to have similar taste in Grecian robes. Some of the cast and crew in a relaxed moment gather around director Denise Stevenson. Androcles, Bret Scott, examines the Lion ' s paw for the thorn. Lavinia, Lygia Nicar, cannot betray her faith even though love for the Roman Captain, John Longworth, overwhelms her. 6i The Good Doctor " Comes To Dinner Three nights in January were set aside for the Union University Dinner Theatre. The event this year included a roast beef buffet and " The Good Doctor, " Neil Simon ' s adaptation of Anton Chekhov ' s stories. " The Good Doct or " is a collection of vignettes linked together by the character of the writer, who was portrayed by Michael Barnett. Each of the vignettes is designed to provide some insight into human nature. Other cast members included Karen Campbell, Adele Dunham, Steve Maness, Orlandus Moss, Jr., Luanne Palmer, Bret Scott, Cyndi Sipe.;, Richard Stevenson, and Carla Yarbrough. The production was directed by Denise Stevenson. Eric Barron, Marty Culpepper, Sara Goehring, Crystal Hankla, John Longworth, and Lygia Nicar served as the production staff. I Wm Bf ■Hi ' - ■ M - n 1 a£ JII! ' V l Ik JHh j v 4 ' i yi, 1 Hft fl A ii ' n M Karen Campbell, Nina, reads from Chekhov ' s The Three Sisters in " The Audition. " Bret Scott, " The Drowned Man, " prepares to dive while Michael Barnett, the writer, looks Richard Stevenson soon regrets not helping Adele Dunh am in " The Helpless Creatu Union University Chorus The Union University Cliorus is under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Hartley. The group is open to any interested student with two major performances given each year. This year, a " Christmas Oratorio " by J.S. Bach was presented without accompaniment. Chorus performances are broadcast- ed each year by local radio stations. Tim Mohon prepares for the Chorus concert. Dr. Hartley directs the Christmas performance. Eager anticipation? Chorus members relax after an opera workshop. " i H I V .|9 H|F ' ; V ' - f l mlVi H N l S sMl S i i i ' - ' M W ▼ ' tffllv . k r " t Vi Bm ft ra MSHJ Ita y 1 1.1 — ' ' Tii B 1 iH? •• t aMESS fe vl4 P™w5 Union University Chorus Union Singers Union University ' s main touring group is Singers. Each year the members dedicate the fall semester to preparing for the spring tour. This year ' s tour took the group throughout the southeast. Singers often perform for Union students during chapel services and on other special occasions. Membership is by audition only. The group is under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Hartley. Will Bret Scott get organized before the spring tour? Singer David John Roberts studies before a rehearsal. Union University Singers, left to right, first row: Sheri Murphy, Betsy Barker, Carol Walker, Beth Rix, Sheila Willis, Lori Clayton, Debbie Overstreet, Melody Allen, Donna Sticklin, Carol Howard, Tammy French, Sandy Riggs, Carol Morris, Dr. Kenneth Hartley, adviser; second row: JanaljTi Jones, Gigi Crocker, Sharon Crihfield, Brenda Goodwill, Susan Graves, Denise Coleman, Paula Burroughs, Sarah Bobbins, Karen Patterson, Lisa Coleman, Barbie Hunt, Leanne Robbins, Laura Rushing, Lisa McCoUum; third row: Tim Wakefield, Steve Martin, Clark Inman, Bob Brown, Michael Barnett, Mike Eaves, Paul Wilcox, Ricky Isbell, Randy Houston, Sam Newman, David John Roberts, Tommy Cupples; fourth row: Mark Wiley, Tim Tucker, Kelly Sorrell, Allen Woodhouse, David Atkins, David Martin, Eric Barron, Mark Du VaU, Kelvin Smith, Jim Pinkston, Bret Scott, Tim Dukes, Mike Wakefield, Not Pictured: Alisa Clift, Leigh Holman, Philip Long, Tim Mohon, Mary Martin Robey. 57 Stage and Symphonic Bands What would a Union ballgame be without the Stage Band to cheer us on and inspire the team? This is just one of the ways the Stage Band serves the school. The group also provides various kinds of popular music for the Miss Union pageant and other campus events. This talented group is under the direction of Mr. Charles Huffman. The Symphonic Band provides a formal concert that is broadcast over a local radio station each year. The musicians that compose this group are chosen for their talent and dedication. They provide the music for graduation each year. The Symphonic Band is under the direction of Mr. David McClune. Stage Band, left to right, first row: Jo Garner, Charles Allen, Kelly Sorrell, Randal Brewer, Clara Ferrell, Chtirla Ramey; second row: Kevin Jaggars, Mark Miller, Mark Berlin, Jeff Stephens, Loren Hartley, Mr. Charles Huffman, adviser; third row: Ricky Isbell, Allen Woodhouse, Russell Cole, Omar Hamada, John Coke. Symphonic Band, left to right, first row: Tina Walker, Margie Holman, Brenda Horning, Sharon Crihfield, Phyllis Landreth, Sandra Fowler, Rebecca England, Denise Rowland, Debra Walker, Justin Vernon; second row: Ms. Kathy Swindle, Rick Isbell, Gail McClune, Allen Woodhouse, Charles Allen, 58 Clara Ferrell, Randal Brewer, Renee Smith; third row: Tommy Cupples, Robert Vaughn, Mark Berlin, Lois St arkey, Mark Miller, Tim Burnett, Kevin Jaggars, Billy Davie, Mr. Charles Huffman; standing: Aleta Elliott, Paul Clark, Phihp Long, C. David McClune, adviser. Proclamation and Covenant Membership in Proclamation is limited to music majors who must audition. It is a representative organization that spreads Union ' s Christian commitment through its musical performances each year. High schools, clubs, and churches are visited. The group is under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Hartley. Dr. Larry Smith directs Covenant, a group composed of music majors and minors. The group is selected by audition. Covenant promotes Union University through the several shows the members perform off campus each year. The group frequently entertains churches, conventions, and civic groups. Covenant also performs during chapel services. Proclamation, left to right, first row: Beth Rix, Sharon Crihfield, Carol Walker, Dr. Kenneth Hartley, Alisa Clift, Leigh Holman, t ' arole Hr row: Philip Lon g, Jim Pinkston, Eric Barron, Ricky Isbell. Covenant, left to right, seated: Susan Graves, Lorie Clayton, Rob Jackson, Melanie Campbell, Shelia Willis; standing: David John Roberts, Dr. Larry Smith, Kelvin Smith, Allen Woodhouse, David Martin. Cardinal and Cream The Cardinal and Cream is the student newspaper of Union University. It is published by the students of Journahsm 213 and 214 and by an editorial staff. The paper attempts to be of service to the school. Students may submit any written work to the Cardinal and Cream. Each semester means a change in the editorial staff. The Fall 1982 editor was Kellye Carpenter. Her staff included Victor Buhler, Darlene Carr, and Leigh Anne Stegall. For the Spring 1983 editions Victor Buhler served as editor with Leigh Anne Stegall as an associate editor and Brenda Robertson and Orlandus Moss, Jr. as assistants. Robert Sharp served as business manager for Fall. He also served the same position on the Lest We Forget staff. George McCloud took over the business manager ' s position in the spring. Betty Foellinger deserves a special " thank you " for her dedication as adviser. A special thanks is also appropriate for all those who have contributed in any way to the newspaper. Spring Editor 1983: Victor Buhler Fall Editor 1982: Kellye Carpenter Associate Editor: Darlene Carr Associate Editor: Leigh Anne Stegall Staff Writers, left to right, first row: Kay Gibson, Steve Robinson; second Staff Writers, left to right, first row: Carla Yarbrough, Kelly Bradley; second row: Brooks Douglass, Chris Julian. row: Gigi Crocker, Jennifer Moffitt. Staff Writers, left to right: Aleta Elliott, Judith Dungan, Orlandus Moss, Jr., Renne Shelton. Photographer: Jean Revelle. Staff Writers, left to right: Chris Williams, Cyndi Sipes, Brenda Robertson, Allen King. Artists, left to right: Kenneth Wilson, Craig McNatt. Stsff Writers, left to right: Jeff Clark, Lana Younger, Angela Stewart, Jennifer Clement, Russell Wright, Karen Smith. Lest We Forget The Lest We Forget staii has attempted to bring together the people and events that have made this year at Union so special. This effort has been accomplished through long hours of hard work, frantic attempts to meet deadlines, many reshot pictures, and a few tears. Editors, staff members, photographers, typists, and countless others have contributed. Our efforts were organized under the capable direction of Editor-in-Chief Anna Scarbrough and Associate Editor Karen Campbell, who brought our individual pages together and turned them into a yearbook. Our editors also have the job of pushing us onward when we were behind, solving our problems with pictures and body copy, and inspiring us when we thought we were just too tired to work any more. The staff would like to thank Joe Westbury for coming to our rescue on so many occasions and Ron Barry for his help in the Athletics section. To Mrs. Betty Foellinger we extend a special thanks for her love, encouragement, and devotion. Anna Scarbrough, Editor-in-Cbief Karen Campbell, Associate Editor Karen Smith, Academics and Jennifer Clement, Organizations Mike Wakefield, Athletics Mrs. Betty Foellinger, Adviser r r w Ri B Jean Revelle Rauchle, Photographer Ever present in the publications room was LWF editor Anna Scarbrough. ifTlil ' iii ' ' ' ' Chris Julian, Photographer and Mike Rodriguez-Chapman, Darkroom Technician Luanne Palmer, Photographer LWF would like to thank our special " Angels of Mercy, " e(t to right, first row: Diane Flowers, Ton ya Moss, Bret Scott; second row: Jackie Swords, Lisa Jackson, Cindy Rains, Valerie Sowell. Not pictured: Rachel Dunning, Sandra Flowers, John Larrison, J.T. Wilcox, Laura Rushing, Bobby Barden. Crystal Hankla, Typist Sigma Tau Delta and The Torch Students majoring or minoring in English or majoring in English Journalism and having a B average in English may become members of Sigma Tau Delta, a national English honor society. Union ' s chapter was founded in 1979. It is sponsored by Dr. George E. Clark. This year, the group began an award for the Outstanding freshman English paper which was presented in the spring. Other Sigma Tau Delta activities included a celebration of William Shakespeare ' s birthday and a meeting dedicated to creative writing. The Torch, a yearly publication, is a collection of the best creative works produced by the students and faculty of Union. It includes poems, short stories, musical compositions, essays, drawings, paintings, and photographs. All of the material is selected and compiled by a Student Editorial Committee of six members. One freshman is added to the committee each year. The publication is under the direction of Dr. Ernest Pinson, but is independent of any department. The publication is made available to students in the spring semester of the school year. Sigma Tau Delta Officers, left to right, seated: Anna Scarbrough, secretary; j . ,, , u n o • Crystal Hankla, treasurer; Karen Campbell, vice president; second row: The Torch, left to right: Dr. Ernest Pinson, adviser; Karen Campbell, Craig Victor Buhler, president; Dr. George E. Clark, adviser. McNatt, Russ Evans, Tina Walker, Russ Cantrell, Janet Reid. Sigma Tau Delta, left to right: Diane Smothers, Dr. Louise Bentley, Victor Buhler, Jana Jones, Karen Campbell. Mrs. Marilyn Smothers, Dr. George E. Clark, Anna Scarbrough, Kellye Carpenter, Crystal Hankla, Darlene Carr, Karen Smith, Lana Younger, Tami Hamilton, Mrs. Betty Foellinger. Honors Student Association The Honors Student Association is open to all students participating in Honors courses. The organization, which was founded in 1980, is an extension of the Honors Program. Interdisciplinary study is encouraged. The HS. sponsored a " Biggest Turkey on Campus " contest to raise money for the Arthiiti- Foundation. A retreat was held for members at the Union lodge at Birdsong. Rev. Richard Smith was guest speaker. Dr. Paul Brand also spoke to the group. HSA Officers, left to right, sitting: Janet Reid, historian; Judy Escue, council representative; standing: Billy Henry, freshman representative; Tina Walker, president; Scot Finley, secretary. Honors Council, left to right, seated: Dr. James Baggett, Mr. Eldon Byrd, Dr. Pat Taylor, Mrs. Cynthia Jayne, Dr. Marguerite Robey, Dr. Pat Pinson, Mr. Scott Bennett; second row: Scot Finley, Tina Walker, Judy Escue, Janet Reid, BiUy Henry. Honors Student Association, left to right, kneeling: Aaron Jones, Suzie Gurley, Scot Finley, Renee Smith, Jeffery Moore, David Whitt; second row; Janet Reid, Tina Walker, Angela Powers, Lee Ann Lockman, Carla Yarbrough, Lygia Nicar. Dr. Pat Pinson, Jennifer Clement, Tim Henderson, Brian Buford, Judy Escue; third row: Joel Coady, Lori McDonald, Billy Henry, Jerry Carter, John Longworth, Rita Escue. Alpha Chi Alpha Chi is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. The Tennessee Beta Chapter has been active at Union since it was founded in 1922. This year ' s sponsors are Dr. Louise Bentley, Dr. Ernest Pinson, and Dr. Joseph Tucker. The group emphasizes all academics and encourages scholarship. Officers are elected by the group. The president and the secretary must be seniors and the vice president and treasurer juniors. This process assures equal representation of the two classes. Members must maintain a GPA of 3.5 or above and be in the top ten percent of their class. Membership is restricted to juniors and seniors. Each year, the group sends representatives to the regional convention and holds seminars on various academic subjects of interest to its members. Last year ' s convention was held in Charleston, S.C. Union was represented by Dr. Ernest Pinson, Karen Campbell, Janet Reid, and Mike Taylor. Karen and Janet presented papers. This year, several delegates attended the Alpha Chi National Convention at San Antonio, Texas. Alpha Chi officers, left to right: Walt Warren, vice president; Anna Scarbrough, secretary; Janet Reid, treasurer; Karen Campbell, president. Alpha Chi, left to right, first row: Jo Jo Mulson, Martin Carsen, Cindy Turnbo, Paula Diggs, Mary Helen Scott; second row: Jan Phillips, Glenda Cisco, Cheryl Thomas, Alisa Clift, Jana Law, Jana Jones, Sandra Fowler; third row: Mark Miller, Doyle Miller, Wade Willis, Bob Bond, Van Raley, Walt Warren, Bret Scott, Phillip Long, David Skelton, Rob Warren. Alpha Chi, left to right, first row: Donna Strickland, Lu Anne Webb, Lisa Jones, Lynn Walls, Lee Redmond, Janet Reid, Karen Campbell, Anna Scarbrough; second row: Lisa Williams, Susan Graves, Betsy Siler Murley, Sandy Underwood, Valerie Sowell, Rita Escue, Barbara Edwards, Tina Walker, Linda Kemp, Judy Escue; Viird row: Sandy Cope, Matthew Hudson, Kenny Holt, Katrina Anderson Bradfield, Randall Brewer, Lisa Caudle, Thomas Strong, Steve Maness, Allan Wooters. 66 " Star Wars, " " Star Trek II, " " Chariots of Fire, " and " Rocky 11 " came to Union courtesy of the 1982-83 Student Government Association. And that ' s not all! Movies were only a part of the SGA ' s efforts to improve campus life. Concerts offered musical entertainment. For those who enjoy the sights as well as the sounds, there was the Miss Union and Mr. Campus contests. Homecoming Week was also under the supervision of the SGA with Melinda Moore serving as the coordinator. Senate provides opportunities for students to actively participate in decisions affecting our campus. Every other Wednesday night, representatives from throughout the student body met to deal with legislation such as dormitory television reception, smoother pre-registration procedures, and the grading system. S G A Senate SGA Officers, left to right: Kenny Holt, vice-president; Steve Maness, treasurer; Mark Mangrum, president; Jana Law, secretary. Senate, left to right, first row: Bret Scott, Tony Michael, David Samples; second row: Lisa Crawford, Greg Bowers, Jim Kovac, Ken Broyles, Denise Chappell; third row: Malesa Clark, Tim Wheat, Steve Carr, Melissa Belew; fourth row: Lisa Hight, Angle Dotson, Paula Burroughs, Carol Morris, Miriam Agee; fifth row; Kerry Braden, Greg Robinson, Bryan Dodson, Jacqueline Nash, Carol Glendenning; sixth row; J. Mark Berlin, John Steven Coke, Trent Smith, Fred Birmingham, Kathy Barnes; seventh row: Darrell Maxwell, Robbie Carter, Diane Mosier, John Raynor, Ginny Knight. Senate, left to right, first row: Jeannie Sims, Jana Law, Steve Maness, Tammy Trexler, Kenny Holt; second row: Lizabeth Northcut, Reggie Thomas, Terry Smith, Barry Melton, Paul Wilcox; third row: Tammy Rogers, Denise Coleman, Sonya Barbee, Janice Ivory, Chris Williams; fourth row: Doyle Miller, Melinda Moore, David Harrison, Kelly Bradley, Brent Newcomb; fifth row: Mark Mangrum. 67 Resident Life Board and Prexy Club The Prexy Club is an association of the student leaders of Union Universi- ty. It is composed of the SGA officers and the presidents of all campus organizations. The purpose of the Prexy Club is to bring about a better understanding between the organiza- tions and to give these group leaders an opportunity to exchange useful infor- mation and ideas. The group meets monthly with a member of Union ' s administration. These meetings include breakfast and a guest speaker. The Resident Life Board works in cooperation with the Dorm Councils to make life on campus more enjoyable. Various special events, such as movies and parties, are scheduled throughout the school year to entertain the students. The adviser for this organiza- tion is Men ' s Housing Director Mr. Dave Oran. Resident Life Board, left to right, seated: Angelina Johnson, Cindy Loftiss; second row: David Samples, Tom Pinner, Barry Melton. Prexy Club, left to right, seated: Tom Pinner, Thomas Strong, Bret Scott, Lygia Nicar, Walt Warren, Mark Mangrum, Christine Fowler, Karen Campbell; second row: Marta Wilson, Anna Scarbrough, Jackie Nash, Mary Lewelling, Jana Jones, Jeff Simpson, Paula Fesmire, Bobby Taylor, Reggie Thomas, Miss Maggie Nell Brewer, Tina Walker, Beth Heuiser, Andy Dailey, Tammy Trexler, Chris Williams. g. -«.iFi|r re . , iiVyr Men ' s Crook, Dorm Brian Council, left to right, seated: David Dorris, Tom Pinner, John Coke; second row: Clay Dodson, Jim Kovac, Kenny Broyles, Kenny Sheilley, Steve Carr. Men ' s and Women ' s Dorm Councils The Men ' - t.nd Women ' s Dorm Councils are elected by the residents of each complex. There is one dorm representative per fifty residents. Residents may bring suggestions and ideas concerning dorm life to members of the Councils. The groups work with the directors to plan fun activities and to make decisions concerning the rules and regulations of the complexes. This year, the Councils sponsored movies, street parties, and contests. These events help students who live on campus get to know one another. The Dorm Councils also have the respon- sibility of managing dorm dues and fees. Each Council meets monthly. The appropriate number of freshman repre- sentatives are added to the Councils each year. Women ' s Dorm Council, left to right, seated: Denise Chappell, Lygia Nicar, Marta Wilson, Ruth Lincoln, Alisa Clift, Lisa Jones, Tammy Rogers; second row: Lisa Crawford, Lizabeth Northcut, Diane Mosier, Angle Dotson, Denise Coleman, Ginny Knight. Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union is designed to meet the need for commun- ity fellowship on Union ' s campus. The group meets Monday and Thursday nights and is open to the entire student body. BSU activities include ministries both on and off campus. The Coffee House, usually " open " on selected Thursday nights, gives students an opportunity to use their talents in praise of Jesus Christ. The BSU Council is a group of leaders within the organization who work together to provide unity. The Nursing Home Ministry spreads the gospel to elderly persons who cannot attend church regularly. Members of the Backyard Bible Club combine a love for missions and a love for children as they travel to communities and explain the gospel through games and stories. BSU Council, left to right, first row: Mary Lewelling, Tami Hamilton, Karen Campbell, Tim Wheat, Rose Snider, Andrea Powers; second row: Debbie Sheehy, Susan Perrin, Lynn Leach, Angle Dotson, Rachel Dunning, Tonya Moss, Sandra Fowler. Karen Smith; third row; Mark Miller, Thomas Strong, Lance Word, Steve Carr, Mark Parrish, Kenneth Wilson, Randy Huddleson, Scott Brewer, adviser. Nursing Home Ministry, left to right, first row: Emily Garrett, Kathy Jolly, Pam Collins, Lela Utley; second row: Cindy Tidwell, Greg Bowers, John McDougal. Pat Quarles. Backyard Bible Club, left to right, first row: Denise Johnson, Pat Calahan, DeLynn Dearman, Renee George, Susan McMurtry, Christie Criger, George McCloud; second row: Rose Owen, Kelly Daniel, Cindy Shankle, Karen Bacon, Denise Coleman, Kathy Durham, Mike Eaves. 70 Senior Thomas Strong serves as 1982-83 BSU president. His duties include working on the executive committee and presiding over BSU Council meetings. BSU Drama Team, left to right, first row: Cheryl Johnson, Susan McMurtry, Debbie Maness; second row: Shannon Dwyer, Trena Wallace, Carla Yarbrough, Barbie Hunt, Denise Coleman; third row: Karen Campbell, Keith Atkins, Tami Hamilton, John Longworth, Mike Rodriguez - Chapman. Special Ministries The Baptist Student Union is also responsible for several off-campus service organizations. Tl-. ' -se groups minister to persons in need and to those who cannot attend regular church services. The Sonshine Puppeteers provide Christian entertain- ment for children and adults. This group also performs during regular meetings of BSU and BCF. The Jail and Workhouse Ministries serve the needs of the persons housed there. This is one of BSU ' s main witnessing facilities. BSU Ensemble is designed to utilize the talents of the various members in musical praise of Jesus Christ. The Drama Team travels to surrounding churches to perform skits and monologues as a form of creative worship. This ministry is especially useful for witnessing to young adult audiences. Each of these ministries serves in a special and distinct way, but all work together to spread the word of Jesus Christ. o © Jail and Workhouse Ministries, left to right, first row: Suzanne Morgan, Cindy Tidwell, Rose Higgins; second row: John McDougal, Eddie Harris, Jeff Hainsworth, Reggie Thomas. BSU Ensemble, left to right: Sheila Burchfield, Denise Nanney, Mike Eaves, Mark Parrish, Barry Greenlee, Sarah Robbins, Mark DuVall, Bob Brown. Sonshine Puppeteers, left to right, first row: Pam Haynie, Pat Callahan, Susan Perrin, Sonya Barbee, Suzanne Morgan; second row: Mark Parrish, Pat Haynie, Kelly Daniel, Ray Frazier. Baptist Young Women Church Related Vocations Baptist Young Women is an organization devoted to spreading the word of Jesus Christ by supporting mission programs. The group participates in " Missionary ' s Kid " day to raise funds for foreign and domestic missions. The group actively promotes the missionary work of the Southern Baptist Convention. Meetings are held bi-monthly. The group holds a " Big Sister-Little Sister " Christmas party and a spring banquet every year. Church Related Vocation is a program designed to combine scholarship and spiritual and academic guidance for the student planning to enter into full-time Christian service. Any student who is interested in devoting his life to any facet of the ministry of Jesus Christ is urged to become a member. CRV is under the sponsorship of Religious Activities. The members meet monthly with an administrator or faculty member. Baptist Young Women, left to right, first row: Lisa McCollum, Cindy Shankle, Denise Coleman, Karen Patterson, Anita Fleet, Sue Taylor, Tonya Moss, Tami Hamilton; second row: Stephanie Cole, Cathy Allen, Pat Haynie, Pam Haynie, Rose Woen, Robbie Smith, Sandra Ashe, Kelly Daniel; third row: Mary Lewelling, Cheryl Hicks, Lela Utley, Melissa Long, Suzie Gurley, Delynn Dearman, Tena Boothe, Lisa Hight, Marcia Story, Carol Glendenning, Linda Myers, Teresa Stewart, Renee Mitchell, adviser; fourth row: Sandra Allen, Lisa Pinaon, Lisa Emery, Cindy Tidwell, Carol Ashe, Twilla Dean, Rose Snider, Melody Carter, Kerry Braden, Miriam Agee, Laura Rushing, Toni Simmons; fifth row: Cheryl Johnson, Christie Criger, Pat Quarles, Cherie Hale, Kim Gilmer, Lynn Leach, Susan Perrin, Gina Williams, Cindy Poor, Maria Jackson, Beth Mcllwain. Church Related Vocations Ministerial Association, left to right, first row: Mike Hammonds, Jimmy Williams, Terry Smith, Steve Carr, Steve L. Pentecost; second row: Bruce Pigue, Doug Brown, D. Craig Reasons, Steve Robinson, Mike Freeman; third row: Barry Melton, Mike Calvert, John Longworth, Greg Bowers. Michael McKelvie, Judd Butler, Mike Meredith, Scot Finley; fourth row: Chuck Sikler, John McDougal, Bill Sims, Jackie Smothers, Reggie Thomas, Doyle B. Cooper, Nicky Harcrow. Ministerial Assv ciation and Blac Christian FeiiOwship The Ministerial Association is an organization designed to serve the needs of those who plan to become ministers. The group meets monthly on Wednesday mornings for a prayer breakfast. This provides a time of fellowship and praise for the members. The MA participated in the BSU Fall Retreat and is active in various campus activities. Black Christian Fellowship has been an active organization on campus this year. The group, which meets monthly, has added a BCF choir, under the direction of Sonya Barbee. Union ' s BCF attended the annual BCF c onven- tion which was held in Jackson, Mississippi. BCF and BSU enjoyed a joint Thanksgiving service which in- cluded a performance by the BSU puppets. Black Christian Fellowship, left to right, seated: Ken Wilson, Sonya Barbee, Carol Woods, James Bass, Albert Foster, Winston Varnado, Barnett McNeal, Beketa Anderson, Sammie Posie, Angela Seymour, Gail Lowe, Danny Rhonda Moss, Sheila Butler. Montgomery; standing; Melanie Pearce, Daphne Greer, Patricia Tharpe, 73 Kappa Pi and Art Guild Union ' s honorary art fraternity is Kappa Pi. This international fraternity was first brought to Union in 1976. The group promotes and serves the art department and its membership under the direction of Mr. Grove Robinson. Membership is open to those with a GPA of 3.0 or above in art. The Art Guild is open to any student interested in the promotion of the arts. The purpose of the organization is to give those concerned with visual art an opportunity to provide active support. The group places special emphasis upon plastic and graphic arts. Kappa Pi, left to right: Angelina Johnson, secretary; Grove Robinson, adviser; Russ Evans, president; Mary Kay Martin; Craig McNatt, vice president; Tracy Evans; Kenneth Wilson. Art Guild, left to right, seated: Sonya Barbae, Bobbi Blankenship, Malesa Clark, Valerie J. McMahon; second row: Patricia Joyce Tharp, Crystal Hankla, Mary Kay Martin, Lygia Nicar. P.E. Majors Club and FCA Union students who are majoring or minoring in Physical Education are eUgible for membership in the Physical Education Majors Club. The purpose of this organization is to make the student aware of job opportunities available in the field of physical education. This year the group participated in the Jackson Marathon. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a group composed of students and others in the area of athletics who want to spread the word of Jesus Christ and encourage others to do the same. These athletes and thr. ' coaches and managers have earned varsity letters in high . - :1 or college. The goal of the FCA is to develop its membt; -Kills as athletes and to help them grow spiritually. The F . . ' raises money each year to help a fellow Bulldog or Lady Bulldog in need of financial assistance. The group is under the direction of Coach Ron Barry. Physical Education Majors Club, left to right, first row: Ettora Halton, James Bass, Darrell Maxwell, Dr. David Blackstock, Zandra Blackwell, William McBroom, Winston Varnado, Dr. Linn Stranak; second row: Lisa Caudle, Diane Mosier, Jennifer Yeldell, Cindy Loftiss, Rachel Dunning, Diane Flowers, Jack Woods, Randy Canada. ' kyd iXi Fellowship of Christian Athletes, left to right, first row: Sonya Barbee, Rachel Dunning, Cindy Brooks, Sherry Grouse; second row: Lisa Emery, Beth Wright, Ricky Beck, Kelly Bradley, Lauri Hale, Jennifer Yeldell, David White, Ruth Lincoln, Kevin Jaggars, Melissa Long, Lori Hurt; third row: Coach Ron Barry, Greg Watkins, Tim Wheat, Trent Smith. Don Kwasigroh, Tracy Garrett, Toni Simmons, Deann Jarvis, Sandy Wood; fourth row: Alan Campbell, Scott Reid, Kerry Smith, Bryan Hopper, Mark Laster. 75 Alpha Psi Omega and Footlights Alpha Psi Omega is the honorary drama fraternity. It is composed of students who have been members in Footlights. Students may become members by accumulating points for each play they participate in. The group enjoys a spring banquet each year. Persons interested in the promotion of theatre may join Footlights. Membership is by invitation to those who have appeared in plays. The club strives for more participation in Union productions. The purpose of the club is to encourage appreciation of drama. Alpha Psi Omega, left to right: Cyndi Sipea, affiliated member; Denise Stevenson, adviser; Kellye Carpenter, vice president; Crystal Hankla, secretary treasurer. Not pictured: Bret Scott, president. Footlights, left to right, first row: David Samples, Bret Scott, J. Mark Berlin, Aaron Jones, Richard Stevenson, .John Longworth; second row: Mary Lewelling, Carol Glendenning, Diane Bertouille, Melba Stephenson, Susan McMurtry, Sue Taylor, Jetta Jimerson, Cheryl Hicks; third row: Linda Arnette Johnson, Lori McDonald, Lygia Nicar, Cyndi Sipes, Anna Scarbrough, Sara Goehring, Joe McMahon, Lila Buck, Tammy Trexler, Crystal Hankla. 76 Phi Sigma Iota and Linguae Mundi Phi Sigma Iota, Union ' s foreign language honor society, was founded in 1980. The society strives to recognize achievement in the field of foreign language. Membership is limited to juniors and seniors with a 3.0 average. The group encourages international enrichment through the use and study of foreign language. Linguae Mundi incorporates the studies of all the foreign languages taught on Union ' s campus. The group meets regularly and holds an annual bajquet. This year ' s banquet was held at the Madison Room oi cue Holiday Inn. Various foreign foods are served each year. Tht banquet is a reflection of Linguae Mundi ' s efforts to emphasize the customs of foreign countries as well as the languages. Mrs. Cynthia Jayne serves as sponsor. FRANCE PhJ Sigma Iota, left to right: Mrs. Cynthia Jayne, Mrs. Beverly Hearn, Dr. Sara Harris, Dr. David Irby. Linguae Mundi: Rose Turner, Deborah Vales, Roselly Hendriks, Jennifer Cox, Tonya Rogers, Charlene Koehn, Mrs. Cynthia Jayne, Tony Michael. Sigma Alpha Iota " This rose was given to me by my big sister who is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, an international music fraternity for women. It signifies sisterly love and everlasting friend- ship. " The SAI pledges echo these familiar phrases in fall and spring of each year. To become a member in the organization that seeks to further the development of music in America and in foreign countries, a young woman must have a major or minor in music and a high academic standing. Sigma Alpha Iota was founded on June 12, 1903, with the purpose of forming chapters of music students to uphold the highest ideals of a musical education. Union ' s chapter, Gamma Sigma, sponsors two musicals annually and a Christmas bazaar. In connection with Phi Mu Alpha, SAI awards the Ben West Music Scholarship. Sigma Alpha Iota Officers, left to right; Sandra Fowler, president; Susan Graves, vice president; Carol Walker, treasurer; Carole Howard, chaplain; Alisa Clift, sergeant at arms; Lynn WaUs, corresponding secretary; Melanie Campbell, recording secretary. Sigma Alpha Iota, left to right, first row: Mary Helen Scott, Debbie Overstreet, Leigh Ann White; second row: Melanie Campbell, Alisa Clift; third row: Lois Starkey, Donna Strickland, Denise Nanney; fourth row: Sharon Crihfield, Mary Roby; fifth row; Janet Ryals, Sheila Willis, Paula 78 Burroughs; sixth row: Lynn Walls, Brenda Goodwill, Jetta Jimerson, seventh row: Carol Morris, Carole Howard, Carol Walker, Susan Graves; eighth row: Lisa McCoUum, Jana Jones, Sandra Fowler. Phi Mu Alpha PbiMu Alpha Officers, left to right: John Steven Coke, secretary; David Martin, historian; David Adkin8, executive alumni secretary; Kelvin Smith, chaplain; Steve Martin, vice president; Ricky Isbell, president; Philip Long, warden and parliamentarian; David John Roberts, music director. The men of Phi Mu Alpha are dedicated to the .ausic fraternity ' s beliefs in the advancement of music in America, the development of true fraternal spirit, and the encouragement of loyalty to the Alma Mater. This loyalty was demonstrated when men of Phi Mu Alpha delivered a moving rendition of the " Star-Spangled Ban- ner " at the 1982 Homecoming. Carol Walker was chosen as the 1982-83 Phi Mu Alpha Sweetheart. Phi Mu Alpha was actively in- volved in the West Tennessee In- strumental and Vocal Solo and Ensem- ble Festival that is held at Union each year. The group also participated in the Special Olympics as judges. The men of Phi Mu Alpha perform during the Union University Singers tour each year as well. The group held a Christmas dinner and a spring banquet at the Petroleum Club in Memphis. Phi Mu Alpha, left to right, seated: Sweetheart Carol Walker; first row: David John Roberts, Bob Brown, Ricky Isbell, Mark Berlin, Steve Martin, Clark Inman, Kelvin Smith, Richard Stevenson, Philip Long; second row: John Steven Coke, Allen Woodhouae, Barry Greenlee, Paul Wilcox, David Adkins, David Martin, Stacy Campbell, Michael Barnett, Mark Miller. Not pictured: Lance Word and Randal Brewer. Association for Computing Machinery The Association for Computing Machinery is one of Union ' s newest organizations. It has been active since 1981. The group strives for student awareness of the many career opportunities that are available in the field of computer science and related areas. Membership grows steadily each year as computers become increasingly important. The faculty adviser for ACM is Mr. Bill Truex. ACM members process requests for chapel reductions. Laura Rushing studies computing techniques. Association for Computing Machinery, left to right, first row: Laura Rushing; Wade Willis, president; Judy Escue, vice president; Linda Craig, secretary; Randal Brewer, treasurer; second row: David Porter, Bill Truex, Dwayne Jennings, Woody Jones, Phyllis Fennel, Belinda Quails, John Larrison, Cynthia Capps, N. Denise Mosby, Lisa Horton, Diane Bertouille, Donna Dixon. Not Pictured: Fred Birmingham, Bob Bond, Katrina Bradfield, Keith Gallaher, Lorri Horner, Martin Larson, George McCloud, Bob McKenzie, Donna McKenzie, Naomi Mosby, Charles Ramey, Ricky Tillman, Tina Walker, Suzanne Wilson. 80 Kappa Mu Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national honor society for the field of mathematics. Union ' s Tennessee Gamma chapter has been active since 1965. The organization strives to promote an interest in mathematics, to make its members familiar with advances being made in the field, and to present information concerning careers available within the area. The organization is under the direction of Dr. Joseph Tucker. Richard Dehn serves as the corresponding secretary of KME. Judy Escue and Annette Edmonds work together on complex variables. m II n Kappa Mu E psilon, left to right, seated: Dwayne Jennings; Donna Dixon, secretary; Judy Escue, vice president; standing: Dr. Joseph Tucker, Mr. Bill Truex, Mr. Dana Northcut, Wade Willis, Randal Brewer, president. Not Pictured: Bob Bond, Marcy Boston, Keith Butler, Annette Edmonds, Betsy Murley, Vann Raley, Rob Warren, LuAnne Webb, Lisa Williams, Mr. Richard Dehn, Mr. Kyle Hathcox, Mr. Linn Stranak. Pi Gamma Mu and Phi Alpha Theta Pi Gamma Mu is a national honor society for social science. Union ' s Tennessee Kappa chapter has been active since 1976. Pi Gamma Mu strives for excellence in the study of social science to gain knowledge and insight. The group believes that this knowledge is the first step toward serving humanity. Pi Gamma Mu is open only to students who have completed 20 hours in the field of social science and have maintained a 3.0. This society is under the direction of Dr. Lytle Givens. Phi Alpha Theta is an organization dedicated to academic excellence in the study of history. Membership is open to those with a 3.1 in history and a 3.0 overall GPA. Twelve hours of history courses are a prerequisite to member- ship. Pi Gamma Mu, left to right: Bryan Dodson, Dr. Lytle Givens, Josephine Mulson. Not pictured: Kenny Holt, Teresa Stewart, Linda Myers, Leslee Dixon, Paula Diggs, Jacqueline Nash. Phi Alpha Theta, left to right, seated: Clay Crook, Shauna Adams, Mark Patey; standing: Dr. Paul Waibel, Jacqueline Nash, Dr. James Baggett, Skip Carnell, Dr. James Edmonson. Rutledge History Club and Taylor Pre-Legal The Rutledge History Club, brought to Union ' s campus in 1929, is open to history majors and minors and anyone with a 2.0 average in history. The club promotes interest in history and poHtics. The group often hears guest speakers and visits historical sites. Mr. Charles Turner, author of the historical novel The Celebrant, spoke to the club at their banquet this year. The Andrew T. " Tip " Taylor Pre-Legal Society is an organization designed to introduce its members to the legal profession. Membership is open to an student interested in becoming an attorney. The society en lurages an early law school education for all pre-law student. The group meets monthly off-campus with local judges and attorneys. Dr. Baggett and Dr. Edmonson serve as advisers. Andrew T. " Tip " Taylor Pre-Legal Society, left to right, seated: Jeff Clark, Clay Crook, Jacqueline Nash, Stacey Montgomery, Tammy Trexler, Mark Patey, David C. Whitt, Walter G. Warren, Harvey Church, Dennis Caperton, Steven W. Box, Cherilyn Tilley; standing: Dr. James Baggett, Dr. James Ekimonson, Loren G. Hartley, James W. Donnell, JoJo Mulson, Ronnie Smith, Melinda Laughlin, Clayton Owen. mm Rutledge History Club, left to right, seated: Shauna Adams, Scot Finley, Sarah Langford, David C. Whitt, Tammy Trexler; second row: Jacqueline Nash, Lisa Rice, Alicia Swaim, Kelley Churchill, Sara Goehring. Judith S. Farabee; third row: Carol Ashe, Dr. James Edmonson, Anthony Ray Michael, Jimmy Breedlove, Steven W. Box, Loren Hartley, Timothy Mohon; fourth row: Jeanie Troutman, Linda A. Johnson, Lisa Stewart, Dr. James Baggett, Mark R. Miller, Mark Patey, Daryl Thetford, Dr. Paul Waibel, Tim Jerrolds. Not pictured: Jean Revelle. 83 Phi Beta Lambda Phi Beta Lambda is a national organization designed to promote an increased interest in the study of the area of business. Awareness of the various job opportunities available in this diversified field is encouraged. - Union students who are majoring or minoring in accounting, economics and finance, management and marketing, or office administration who have main- tained a 2.0 overall average are eligible for membership. The group encourages a strong educational background as well as practical experience in business matters. Each of Union ' s instructors in business are available and willing to aid students in these pursuits. Phi Beta Lambda is under the direction of Mr. Jim Austin. Pbj Beta Lambda Officers, left to right: Linda Stewart, parliamentarian; Sara Goehring, president; Linda Johnson, historian. Phi Beta Lambda, left to right, first row: Sara Goehring, Jo McMahan, Lisa McKenzie, Beth Rollins; second row: Loren G. Hartley, Laurie Hale, Sandra Wilson; third row: David Stewart, Lisa Stewart, Linda Johnson, Sigma Zeta Union ' s science and math majors and minors with at least a 3.0 in these areas may become members of Sigma Zeta. Union ' s chapter of this national honor _ ry science fraternity is Alpha Upsilon. It has been acti e only since 1975. Membership is limited to those with 1.5 hours in this area of study. Sigma Zeta member Walt Warren takes time out for recreation. Sigma Zeta, left to right, seated: Sandy Woods, social chairman; Cheryl Thomas, vice president; Keith Butler, president; Jana Law, secretary- treasurer; standing: Brenda Ross, Charlotte Stockton, Leigh Ann Cromwell, Scott Reid, Yolanda Fesmire, Kevin Bass, Vann Raley, Nancy Reid, Walt Warren, Dr. Jimmy Davis, sponsor; Rob Raney. Psychology Club The Psychology Club is under the direction of Dr. Bill Bouchillon and Dr. David Vickery. Membership is open to those with psychology majors or minors. The club strives to acquaint its members with psychology as a science and with opportunities within the profession. Academic achievement, initiative, and dependability of members are strived for. This year, the club enjoyed a Christmas party at the home of one of the members. Psychology Club, left to right, first row: Nancy Byrd, Brenda Prince, Beth Gibson, Christine Fowler; second row: Bobby Taylor, John Raynor, Tonya Moss; third row: Dr. Bouchillon, Stacy Campbell, Mark Fields, Berry Greenlee, Carol Ashe. Psychology Club, left to right, first row: Lela Utley, Sheri Murphy, Valerie Sowell; second row: Ken Wilson, Sonya Barbae, Pam Ryan; third row: Steve Davis, Jackie Swords, Lynda Carter, Dr. Vickery. 86 Sociology Club Officers, left to right, seated: Lela Utley, secretary treasurer; Kenneth Wilson, publicity; standing: Christine Fowler, president; Paula Diggs, vice president. Sociology Club Union University ' s Sociology Club is a social sciei.-e organization under the direction of Lr. Lytle Givens and Mrs. Brenda Collins. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in sociology. The organization strives for accuracy in its portrayal of information regarding various graduate programs and job opportunities in sociology and its related fields. Scholastic achievement in the field, association between members and the Sociology Department, and a cooperation between members are encouraged. The club is open to students majoring or minoring in and anyone with an interest in Sociology as a field of study. The group meets monthly. Sociology Club, left to right, first row: Cherilyn Tilley, Nancy Byrd, Beth Gibson, Deena Black, Paula Diggs, Christine Fowler; second row: Gina Chea, Kelley Churchill, Tonya Moss, Lela Utley, Angela Stephenson, Kenneth Wilson, Kathy Littlejohn; third row: Toni Simmons, Ken Broyles. Todd Smith, Lynn Gibson, Thomas Strong, Dr. Lytle Givens, Mrs. Brenda Collins, Student Tennessee Education Association Members of the Student Tennessee Education Associa- tion are given the opportunity to student teach at the elementary and secondary levels. In appreciation of the teachers who cooperate in this program, two teas are held annually. Union ' s Frank L. Wells Chapter of the STEA held the regional meeting on December 6. The group sponsored a " Secret Pals " program with the faculty during American Education Week. Members also participated in Homecoming and sponsored a candidate for the Miss Union pageant. It is hoped that through the STEA, prospective teachers will graduate with a fuller understanding of the history, ethics, and program of their profession. Faculty conversation at the Teacher Appreciation Tea. Mary Alice Gibson prepares a bulletin board. STEA, left to right, first row, seated: Barbara Montgomery, Paula Fesmire, Phyllis Groom, Mary Alice Gibson, Sandra Allen, Kathy Pride. Mary Marie Scott, Janet Smith; second row: Dr. Bill Hedspeth, Mrs. Carolyn Tomlin, Steve Patterson, Rebecca Blankenship, Carol Glendenning, Mary Lewelling, Stephanie Sadler, Kim Gilmer, Linda Carter, Betty Smith, Stephanie Scott, Jeannie Sims, Anna Scarbrough, Dr. Wayne Alford, Tina Graves; third row: Rhonda McCoy, Ruth Lincoln, Lisa McDaniel, Nancy DeLoach, Angie Dotson, Robin Morgan, Paulette Neely, Joanne Glover. Lamplighters Lamplighters is an organization open to any nursing student. Its purpose is to serve its members academically and socially. The members learn about various aspects of the medical field, prepare to assume the responsibilities of a Registered Nurse and are provided with a Christian atmosphere through Lamplighters. The organization also makes it possible for first-year students to be assigned to a second-year student for guidance and study tips. First Year Lamplighters, left to right, first row: Brenda K. Jones, Sheila Butler, Cindy Tidwell, Janie Collins, Debbie Acred, Brenda Garrett; second row: Linda Beauregard, Dianne Neely, Debra Reed, Jluanita Mann, Carrie Knox, Joyce Adkisson; third row; Marilyn Tisdal, June Turney. Second Year Lamplighters, left to right, first row: Jan Crockett, Cassandra Savage, Barbara Williams Edwards; second row: Ruth Barker, Bobbie Irvine, Cheryl Glisson, Dorothy Flowers, Rebecca McCool. First Year Lamplighters, left to right, first row: Mary Williams, Erin J. Newton, JoAnn Burke, Peggy Hamilton, Tammy Warf, Jackie Swords, Patsy Joyner; second row: David Camp, Tom Jensen, Brenda Matlock, Tracy Pevahouse, Carolyn Lawhorn, Cindy Bivens, Denise Mallette; third row: Pam Cullins, Lois MacDonald, Janice Davis, Beth Wadley, James Ross, Patricia Garner; fourth row: Susan Walker, Kathy Durham, Martha Hurt, Rhonda HoUins, Lindalyn Jarnagin. Second Year Lamplighters, left to right, first row: Vickie Harvey, Kay Wheeler, Sherri Dillingham, Kay Cook, Tina Jones, Sherry Scruggs, Sherry Grouse; second row: Debbie Isbell, Nan Steele, Victoria Sadler, Jeanna George, Miriam Agee, Kim Garner, Rita Escue; third row: Cheryl Wallace, Karen Morris, Ginger Armour, Cindy Sherrill, Alicia Fletcher, Sheila Higgins, Leta Collins; fourth row: Karen Vest, Tracie Flynn, Pat Cagle, Alice Hendrix, Donna Dunavant, Teresa Buie, Karen Waldrop; fifth row: Nancy Cobb, Alicia Helton, MoUy Ray, Toni Witherspoon, Marsha Warford, Tammy Cross, Delia Nichols, Oleta Randolph. IFC and Panhellenic Council The Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of members from each of Union ' s three fraternities. It serves as a governing body, responsible for composing and enforcing regulations for recruitment and rush. The group is also in charge of handling all inter-fraternity affairs. Union ' s sororities, Chi Omega and Zeta Tau Alpha, each have three delegates to the Panhellenic Council. This group is an extension of the National Panhellenic Council. Union ' s Council strives to uphold social stan- dards set by the University and to maintain intersorority relations. Each of these groups serves during rush week by answering questions and informing new Union students about Greek life. Academic excellence and Christian fellowship are promoted. Inter-Fraternity Council, left to right, seated: Mark Miller, Harvey Church, David Adkins; standing: Jeff Simpson, Dan Heisserer, David Reynolds. Panhellenic Council, left to right, first row: Alison Langley, vice president; Angela Stewart, president; Jan Pearson, secretary; second row: Karen Hinds, treasurer; Jana Jones, publications; Beth Heuiser, social chairman. Joy Lynne Crouse, Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart Fraternity Sweethearts Alpha Tau Omega chose Joy Crouse as their 1982-83 Sweetheart. Joy is a 22-year-old senior from Greenfield, Tn. who is majoring in accounting and business adminstration. She was chosen during the ATO Sweetheart Banquet, which was held in November. Kelley Churchill was announced as Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl during the fraternity ' s White Rose Banquet, held at the Memphis Pe- troleum Club. Kelley, already a Regis- tered Nurse, is a senior working toward a B.S. in nursing. Caruthersville, Mo. is her home town. A 21-year-old senior from Ripley, Tn., Lu Anne Webb, was chosen as the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Queen. Lu Anne, an accounting major, was announced during the fraternity ' s banquet at the Petroleum Club in Memphis. Kelley Curtis Churchill, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl Lu Anne Webb, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Queen Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega was founded in 1865. Union ' s Beta Tau chapter has been active since 1894. The goal of the organization is to bring the bond of brotherhood to men. Union ' s chapter has been active in several events this year. A new lodge was constructed and decorated on the northwest side of the campus. This was made possible through alumni contributions. The group also sponsored an Air Band concert for Jane Calcutt ' s proposed school for retarded children. Alpha Tau Omega men were the winners of the intramural footbal l championship. Joy Grouse was chosen as this year ' s Fraternity Sweetheart at their annual Fall Banquet. Alpha Tau Omega Officers, left to right: Jeff Simpson, president; David Harrison, secretary; Benny Fesmire, treasurer; Jim Morris, historian " ■- 1 Alpha Tau Omega Actives, left to right, first row: Joey Rutherford, George Boyte, Mark Johnson, Victor Jones; second row: Phil Stafford, Mike Lovelady, Jeff Simpson, Benny Fesmire, Craig McNatt, Keith Gallaher; third 92 row: Rick McCowan, Jim Morris, Greg McFadden, Vann Raley, David White, Mike Johnson; fourth row: Jerry Barker, Kevin Bass, Gerry Brittain, Scott Lavelle, Doyle Miller, David Harrison. Alpha Tau Omega Pledges, left to right, first row: Bobby Harden, Terry Smith, Doug Brown, Todd Lindner, Bob Bond; second row: Randy Bishop, Jess Parker, Frank Christie, Fred Birmingham, Jeff Smith. Alpha Tau Omega Little Sisters, left to right, first row: Karen Hutchison, Marcy Boston, Kellye Carpenter, Sheila Willis, Luanne Palmer, Melinda Lee Anne Hobbs, Ruth Lincoln, Beth Heuiser, Malesa Clark; second row; Moore, Karen Hinds. 93 Chi Omega Chi Omega is a national sorority that was founded in 1895. Union ' s Upsilon chapter has been active since 1924. The sisterhood holds scholarship as its foremost purpose and " Hellenic Culture and Christian Ideals " as its open motto. Upsilon chapter upheld its distinguished past this year by winning the float competition during Homecoming Week and by having its president named to Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities. Chi Omega Officers, left to right, first row: Kathy Mayo, pledge trainer; Cathy Pinkley, vice president; Janalyn Jones, president; Marcy Boston, secretary; Leslee Dixon, treasurer; second row: Nancy DeLoach, social chairman; Jana Adkisson, personnel chairman; Jan Pearson, rush chairman; Tammy Trexler, chapter correspondent. Cbi Omega Seniors, left to right, seated: Jana Jones, Marta Wilson, Lu Anne Webb, Rita Simpson; standing: Nancy Byrd, Beth Gibson, Phyllis Groom, Annette Edmonds, Kathy Mayo, Jan Pearson, Leslee Dixon, Nancy DeLoach, Carole Howard. ' ' i Chi Omega Pledges, left to right, first row: Sherry Patterson, Pamela Vincent, Cindy Cressman, Deena Black, Laurie Crews, Robin Cobb. Lynette Shelly, Delaine Bottoms, Tammy Watridge; second row: Sandy Riggs, Robyn Agee. Shari Anderson, Darlene DuPriest, Tina Naylor, Patricia Vincent, Lisa Weaver, Mitzi Bailey, Jeffery Walker, Cathy Hall, Laura Johnston; third row: Sandy Smith, Piper Swope, Katherine Elam, Melissa Belew, Teri Lynn Pierce, Charlotte Stockton, Dana Hodges, Carla Yarbrough, Jeany Byth Thompson, Mary Anne Stephenson, Julie Zeak. 95 Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha is an international fraternity that has Honest Friendship. " Every member is encouraged to better been active since 1909. Union ' s chapter, Lambda Zeta-Zeta society through his unique talents and abilities. At this year ' s upholds the Christian standards and teachings of the original White Rose Formal, Kelley Churchill was chosen as Crescent chapter. Lambda Chi Alpha is known as the " Fraternity of Girl. Lambda Chi Alpha Officers, left to right: David Bard Adkins, president; Franks, social chairman; David Reynolds, treasurer and ritualist. Not Robert Crawford, vice president and fraternity educator; Scott Watson, pictured: Randy Houston, rush chairman, secretary; Kelly Sorrell, scholarship chairman and alumni secretary; Mike Lambda Chi Alpha, left to right, first row. Associates: Tommy Cupples, Tim Kelly Sorrell, David Bard Adkins, David Reynolds, Robert Crawford, Mike Tucker, Carlton Gerrell, Sandy Yopp, Jerry Carter, David Outlaw, Greg Franks, Jimmy Ryals, Tim Dukes. Not Pictured: Randy Houston, Randy Watkins; second row. Actives: Steven W. Box, Bobby Ginn, Scott Watson, Johnson. 96 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sisters, left to right, first row; Stephanie Cole, Rita Simpson; third row; Jennifer Jones, Julie Zeak, Scarlett Pickens, Sondra Mary Watkins, Lu Anne Webb, Carol Swafford, Alicia Swaim; second row: Taylor. Georgann King, Jana Adkisson, Christi Burns, Patti Heuiser, Jana Jones, M .JZ. w wm Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Little Sisters Zeta Tau Alpha Union ' s chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha, Beta Omega, has been active since 1935. The sisterhood encourages friendships that extend beyond college, service to one ' s community, and academic achievement. These goals are best illustrated by ZTA ' s motto: " Seek the Noblest. " This year Zeta Tau Alpha was an active group on Union ' s campus. The sisters worked together to win the Greek Olympics and Zeta president Beth Heuiser was elected Miss Union. Zeta Tau Alpha Officers, left to right, first row: Karen Hutchinson, first vice president; Beth Heuiser, president; Martha Barron, second vice president; second row: Sandy Cope, ritual chairman; Karen Hinds, membership chairman; Stephanie Swearingen, treasurer; Beth Wright, recording secretary; AHson Langley, Panhellenic delegate; Tracy Garrett, historian- reporter. Zeta Tau Alpha Actives, left to right, first row: Robbie Carter, Luanne Palmer, Beth Heuiser, Anita Sutton, Janet Watkins, Kay Cook, Kelly Bradley, Cindy Brooks; second row: Suzanne Nelms, Cindy Doster, Karen Hinds. Patti Heuiser, Karen Hutchinson, Lana Younger, Alison Langley, Susan Bunch, Judith Dungan; third row: Sandy Cope, Pam Darby, Kathy 100 Barnes, Cathy Mayfield, Martha Barron, Stephanie Swearingen, Jeannie Sims, Beth Wright, Janice Smith, Katrena Baird; fourth row: Tracy Garrett, Sondra Taylor, Roxie Denniston, Sandy Wood, DeAnn Jarvis, Sherry Griffin, Lisa Alexander, Jana Chatham. Zeta Tau Alpha Pledges, left to right, first row: Barbie Hunt, Clara Ferrell, Sharon Sutton, Tracy Baker, Lisa Given, Cindy Jones; second row: Cynthia LeGrand, Lee Duren, Terri Vopel, Melinda Laughlin, Kelly Rigsby, Mitzi Brasfield, Cathy Studards, Jennifer Yeldell, Michele Da ' id, Joann Blackmon; third row: Jenny Wilson, Shannon Dwyer, Patti Appleton, Michele Hunt, Cherie Hale, Angle Gregory, Leigh Wilson, Lori Hurt, Claudia Dean. Zeta Tau Alpha Men, left to right, seated: Greg McFadden, David Harrison, Dennis Caperton, Darrell Maxwell; standing: Benny Fesmire, Rick McCown. Alan Smith, Hal Jones, Don Kwasigroh. 101 - ■ " • 1 I- C!--,. =?■?§• ' Athlet Union Enjoys the ' ' Wide World of Intramurals " Thrilling finishes as a desperation shot wins the game at the buzzer and a player slides home with the winning run in the last inning; tense moments as the eight ball hangs on the edge of the corner pocket and the last pin wobbles between defeat and victory; fierce competition as the women serve, set, and slam for the volleyball championship and the men knock heads seeking to win Union ' s version of the Super Bowl; all of these ingredients and more add up to the exciting Intramural program at Union University. The Intramural program, directed by Coach Ron Barry, keeps the students busy during the fall and spring semesters competing in team sports, such as flag football, basketball, 3-pitch Softball, soccer, and volleyball; and individual sports, like tennis, bowling, table tennis, billiards, racquetball and golf. The Intramural program is de- signed to give athletic opportunities to the students who cannot participate on the varsity teams. Any student at Union may be a part of these activities by participating on an independent, BSU, fraternity or sorority team. The students are provided a way to work together and compete against each other for a common goal, the overall Intramural championship award which is given on Awards Day. Fall Intramurals Set Competitive Pace for Spring In the fall the men ' s cross country run and frisbee golf tournament went to BSU with Charles Kelley (BSU) taking top honors in the run and Tim Dukes (Lambda Chi Alpha) securing the latter top spot. The independent men wrapped up first place in soccer, volleyball, and the punt, pass, and kick trials. Ronnie Giddens (Alpha Tau Omega) was first in the PPK, and ATO Gold captured the football prize. The fall Intramural women ' s pro- gram varies from the men ' s. Three pitch Softball top honors fell to BSU Eagles who also managed to collect the highest point total in the cross country. Sandy Smith (Chi Omega) was the individual winner of the run. Chi Omega Red won the volleyball competition and Zeta Tau Alpha mastered the frisbee doubles with a winning exhibition by Kathy Mayfield and Beth Wright. Spring activities included golf, basketball, and softball. Baseball Bulldogs Eye NAIA Championship Crown 1982-83 Baseball Team, left to right, first row: Jeff Simpson, Ronnie Giddens, Jeff Dobbins, Rusty Shuler, Jeff Wyatt, Lynn Yarbrough, Rod Hari, Ted Siler; second row: Joe La Gesse, Terry Gossett, Brian Bell, Tony Kirk, Ronnie Smith, Fred Williams, Barry Bishop, Jeff Hofbauer; third row: Coach David Blackstock, Mgr. Jesse Parker, Mgr. Kenny Spray, Doug Kendall, Steve Boyd, Jon Cawley, John McCullough, Mgr. Don Myers, Coach Linn Stranak. Coaches David Blackstock and Linn Stranak will have a long way to go to try to top the accomplishments of the 1982 Union baseball team, which compiled a school-record 40 wins against just 10 defeats, including a pair of triumphs over perennial national power and VSAC champion David Lipscomb. The Bulldogs closed the season with a national ranking, listed 20th in the NAIA poll. The diamonders earned a berth in the District 24 Tournament and finished as runners- up after eliminating the Lipscomb club. Another seasonal highlight was the championship of the annual Christian College Tournament in Boca Baton, Florida; the second consecutive time the Bulldogs have claimed the title against several of the nation ' s finest teams. Union returned to defend the crown this spring. Several players experienced out- standing seasons for the Bulldogs. Senior Dale Bivens of Jackson set a new school record for runs batted in with 56, and earned honorable mention All-America. Bivens joined freshman pitcher Ted Siler of Hen- derson, TN and junior designated hitter Jeff Dobbins of Memphis on the NAIA All-District 24 team. Siler was 7-2 and Dobbins hit .444 for the season. AU-VSAC selections were Bivens and junior Ronnie Giddens (.396), while junior lefthander Doug Kendall was voted the team ' s outstanding pitcher after an 8-1 mark with a team-leading 1.64 earned run average. Bivens topped the club in homers with 12 and batted .436 for the year. For 1983, the Bulldogs face a tougher schedule but with a roster stocked with talent, including most Coach Linn Stranak is in his third year of coaching the championship Bulldog team. of the personnel who constructed the 40-10 record in 1982. Union should be strong in every department, but especially on the mound where Kendall and Siler are joined by returnee Ronnie Smith of Jackson and newcomers Joe La Gesse (Bour- bonnaiss, IL), Brian Bell (Sheldon, IL), Steve Boyd (Brandenburg, KY), and John McCullough (Obion, TN). Behind the plate will be junior Barry Bishop of Bolivar, MO, aided by freshman Jeff Hofbauer of Cissna Park, IL. Four strong outfielders — senior Jeff Simpson (Savannah, TN), soph- omore Rod Hari (Cissna Park, IL), junior Tony Kirk (Bolivar, TN), and freshman Fred Williams (Trenton, NJ) — are ready for action. Giddens and Dobbins, both of whom are well on their way to surpassing the all-time career batting average record at Union, anchor an impressive infield that also includes senior Terry Gossett (Asheville, NC), juniors Rusty Shuler (Sand Springs, OK), Jon Cawley (Union City, TN), and Lynn Yarbrough (Steele, MO), and freshman Jeff Wyatt (Memphis, TN). Union had a 65-game schedule that included contests with Memphis State and Middle Tennessee State. Lipscomb, Belmont, and Trevecca again furnished the toughest VSAC opposition for the Bulldogs. With the strength represented by the 1982 squad and the newcomers. Union ' s future seemed secure. M. 3 Coaches and Seniors, left to right, first row: Jeff Simpson, Terry Gossett, Ronnie Smith, Jeff Dobbins; second row: Coach Blackstock, Doug Kendall, Joe La Gesse, Ronnie Giddens, Coach Stranak. The 1982-83 Bulldog Pitching Staff, left to right: Doug Kendall, John McCullough, Joe Le Gease, Ronnie Smith, Brian Bell, Steve Boyd, Ted Siler. « ' ' • High expectations resulted from previous exceptional play exhibited by new recruits, Barry Bishop, Lynn Yarbrough and Dean Tutor. Tennis Team Seeks Third Trip To Nationals The 1982 season was a banner year for Coach Peggy Stanfill ' s Lady Bulldog tennis team, which made its second consecutive trip to the NAIA National Tournament in Kansas City, MO, tying for 12th in the competition. Union finished second in both the VSAC and District 24 tournaments for the second straight year after completing VSAC Western Division play with an unb- lemished 14-0 record. Overall, Stanfill ' s squad posted a 20-1 mark. Leading the way in the national tournament showing was freshman Sondra Taylor of Hernando, MS. Taylor, who played the number two singles position during the season, earned honorable mention Ail- American honors by winning her way into the final 16 at Kansas City. Compiling the best singles records during the regular season were Judith Dungan of Humboldt, TN, and Roxie Denniston of Somerville, TN each with a 13-1 campaign. The duo teamed to head the way in doubles competition with a perfect 14-0 mark. The outlook for the 1983 season was just as bright for Union, as Stanfill returned virtually the entire team along with freshman recruit Mary Anne Stephenson of Jackson, one of the city ' s finest players. She joined with Taylor and senior Annette Edmonds of Big Stone Gap, VA to give the Lady Bulldogs an extremely strong lineup in the first three positions. Edmonds already has one VSAC individual championship to her credit. There was little drop in quality for the next three spots. Denniston, Dungan, and Allyson Hobbs of Union City, TN, all had outstanding years last season. Backing them up were Lee Ann Hobbs of Union City, and newcomers Anita King of Sesser, IL, and Rhonda Jaggers of Appomattox, VA. The doubles lineups were set to be Stephen- son and Taylor at number one, Ed- monds and Lee Ann Hobbs at two, and Denniston and Allyson Hobbs at three. Top challenges in the VSAC tournament came from Carson-New- man, the defending conference cham- pion. 1983 Union University Women ' s Tennis Team, left to right, first row: Rhonda Jaggers, Judith Dungan, Anita King, Lee Ann Hobbs; second row: Assistant Coach Karen McWherter, Sondra Taylor, Mary Anne Stephenson, Roxie Denniston, Annette Edmonds, Allyson Hobbs, Coach Peggy Stanfill. Sophomore Sondra Taylor made an impressive showing at the national tournament gaining honorable mention AU-American honors. Senior Annette Edmonds offered leadership to team members including freshman Mary Ann Stephenson and sophomore Anita King. Annette takes active part in winter training. Mary Anne Stephenson, Annette Edmonds, and Sondra Taylor hold the team ' s top three positions. Sophomore Sondra Taylor checks out the weights while junior Judith Dungan The winter training program included workouts with weights. Allyson Hobbs begins her workout, and sophomore Anita King prepares to lift. is pictured preparing for her routine. Upgraded Schedule Means Tough Tennis Competition Returning five of the seven players who helped produce a remarkable turnaround last season, Union ' s men ' s tennis team enters the 1983 campaign on an enthusiastic note despite facing the school ' s toughest schedule ever. Coach Ron Barry ' s squad won 16 and lost only 9 matches a year ago, quite an improvement from the 1-18 mark posted by the 1981 team. To match that achievement again this season will be a much tougher task, due to the graduation of Chris Maxwell and Roger Smith and the upgrading of the schedule. Among the Bulldog opponents this year are Gulf South Conference schools North Alabama and UT-Martin, Ohio Valley Conference for Tennessee Tech, the University of the South, and Central College of Iowa. The Bulldogs also play a full slate of VSAC Western Division matches before traveling to Nasvhille in May for the VSAC Tournament. In all, 23 matches are scheduled, and eight of last season ' s 16 victories were over teams that do not appear on this year ' s list. Heading the returnees is junior Mark Patey, who will play at number one singles after two seasons in the second slot. Patey is presently Jackson ' s Roberts Cup champion and had an outstanding tournament record this past summer. At number two is sophomore Kevin Ezell, who established a Union record for victories in a season with 21 a year ago. Freshman Dusty Doddridge of Memphis takes over the number three singles position, while sophomore Russ Cantrell moves up a notch to number four after an outstanding freshman campaign. Floyd Rowe, the most improved player on the squad and also the only senior, will man the number five post, and sophomore Mark Pendergrass will duel at number six. Patey and Doddridge will team at number one doubles, with Ezell and Pendergrass playing at two and Rowe and Cantrell at three. All three pairings were impressive in winter workouts. All the returning players posted winning records in 1982, despite a tremendous improvement in the overall play around the conference. In 1983, the toughest league competition should come from Christian Brothers and defending champion David Lipscomb. Swedish-flavored Trevecca Nazarene and always-tough Freed-Hardeman will also provide formidable opposition. " We should have one of our best years in 1983, " Coach Barry said, " even though it ' s possible our record may not look as good. We have upgraded the schedule in the hopes that we ' ll be a better team for the VSAC Tour- nament. " 1982-83 Union University Men ' s Tennis Team, left to right, kneeling: Russ Cantrell, Floyd Rowe, Mark Patey; standing: Coach Ron Barry, Mark Pendergrass, Kevin Ezell, Dusty Doddridge. Coach Ron Barry, two years at the helm of the Men ' s Tennis Team, has compiled a 35-15 mark. He talks with the team ' s number two singles player sophomore Kevin Ezell of Paducah, Ky. I i Floyd Rowe, the only senior netter, displays " r- improved play at the number five position. Jackson ' s Robert Cup Champion junior Mark Patey returns this year as the number one singles player for the Union team. 115 Fall Season Sets Bright Outlook For Spring Golf r. ' uvjK ' j ' " " ' ' " . After the fall season Coach Morris felt optimistic about spring play. Front row: Greg McFadden, Greg Watkins, Steve Hamilton; second row: Coach Don Morris, Lee Simmons, Phil Brewer, Hal Jones, Clay L indsey, Scott Powers, Tracy Wilkins. The 1982 Union University Golf Team finished their spring third in the overall standings, both in the VSAC and in District 24 play. Though not receiving any team honors, individual honors were at- tained by Tracy Wilkins from An- tioch, TN being named to the All-VSAC and All-District 24 teams. The 1982 team did not reach their goal of competing in the national tournament, but the 1983 team looks to accomplish that feat. The 1983 team is led by seniors, Wilkins, Phil Brewer of Jackson, TN, and Scott Powers from Selmer, TN. They will provide stability and leadership to a team that welcomes newcomer senior Greg McFadden of Trenton, TN and three freshmen, Steve Hamilton from Memphis, TN, Greg Watkins of Caruthersville, MO, and Mark Baird from Springfield, IL. The rest of the team consists of three returning players, junior Lee Sim- mons of Jackson, TN, and two sophomores, Hal Jones from Mem- phis, TN, and Clay Lindsey of Lexington, TN. Coach Morris and the team were ready for the challenges they faced this spring. In commenting on the spring season Coach Morris said, " I feel very optimistic after the fall season. We have the potential to win and go as far as the national tournament by playing as well in the spring as we did in the fall. " Coach Morris and Powers both see the tough team of David Lips- comb standing in their way to the VSAC and District 24 titles. Morris also mentioned Lee College as a top challenger. Encouraged by their impressive showing in the fall season, they placed high in two tournaments winning seventh in the University of North Alabama Classic, and placing sixth in the Tri-State Classic, beating major college teams Middle Tennessee State University and Arkansas State University. Coach Morris and the 1983 team hope to see their goal of winning the district tournament and going to the national tournament in Fort Worth, Texas a reality. Returning sophomore Clay Lindsey looks forward to improving his play this season. S?ww Junior Lee Simmons works on his swing to bring success to the Union golf team. Freshmen golfers Steve Hamilton and Greg Watkins will give depth and strength to the team. Coach Don Morris, Director of Financial Aid, has coached the Union golf Graduating seniors Scott Powers and Tracy Wilkins will be seeking to team for several years. Phil Brewer is a returning player while Greg increase both team and individual honors for the 1982-83 team. In their final McFadden begins his first season with the Union Bulldogs. year of play, they are eyeing the national tournament. 117 " Get Up For The Bulldog Team " The dressing rooms are covered with streamers and banners declaring the strength of the team. A welcomed plate of cookies stands ready to be devoured, and the bubble gum is strategically placed by the door. The work done, the cheerleaders exit knowing that once again the Bulldogs will know that they are supported. Many times the work of the Union cheerleaders goes unnoticed by outsiders. " Someone " puts up the banners. " Someone " decorates the vans. " Someone " adds something special in a Bulldog mailbox. But who? The 1982-83 squad of the Union cheerleaders consists of three seniors, Andy Dailey, Ruth Lincoln, and Jan Pearson; five juniors, Jana Adkisson, John Coleman, David Harrison, Don Kwasigroh, and Misty Sellers; and three sophomores, Kelly Bradley, Terri Vopel, and Janet Watkins. Each one is " someone " special! 1982-83 Cheerleaders, left to right, first row: David Harrison, Sherry Breedlove, Janet Watkins, Don Kwasigroh, John Coleman; second row: Andy Dailey, Ruth Lincoln, Jan Pearson, Jana Adkisson, Kelly Bradley, Misty Sellers, Terri Vopel. Sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. Dana Northcutt. fe ' B ■ : uim-1 ' - ! - i_jI lI Lfli i " " Records Fall During Lady Bulldog ' s Season 1982-83 Union University Women ' s Basketball Team, left to right, kneeling: Lisa Jackson, Lisa Caudle, Ester Coleman; standing: Manager Cindy Doster, Manager Alison Langley, Sandy Smith, Kristie Blurton, Cassandra Howard, Liz Marable, Vicky Swindell, Betsy Hubert, Brenda Ross, Michelle Carrington, Zandra Blackwell, Audrey Hunt, Manager Sherry Patterson, Coach David Blackstock. Senior Lady Bulldogs are kneeling. Union ' s Lady Bulldog Basketball Team, while falling a game short of defending their VSAC championship, earned their second consecutive journey to the NAIA District 24 Tournament during the 1982-83 season. Led by top scorers Lisa Caudle (17.3 points a game) and Ester Coleman (17.2), Union compiled a 16-8 record in the regular season on the way to a 10-2 conference mark and a 12-2 district slate. The Lady Bulldogs were 17-9 heading into the District 24 Tour- nament opener with top-seeded Chris- tian Brothers College, ranked 16th in the nation. Coleman was selected as the VSAC West Most Valuable Player by the conference coaches, and joined previous two-time winner Caudle on the All- VSAC Team. Caudle closed her Union career with over 2100 points, 900 rebounds, 590 assists, and 290 steals, and now holds a host of school records in both offensive and defensive categor- ies. Chester County prep star junior Casstmdra Howard shoots a jump shot as Ester Coleman, Kristie Blurton and Vicky Swindell prepare to position for the rebound. 120 Senior Ester Coleman was named VSAC West Most Valuable Player. The Lady Bulldogs opened the season with a 96-70 trouncing of Lane in which junior Cassandra Howard netted 26 points and sophomore Brenda Ross pulled down 11 rebounds. Union then departed for sunny Orlando, Florida, to participate in the University of Central Florida Sun Roast Invita- tional Tournament. Coach David Blackstock ' s squad drew top-seeded Valdosta State in the opening round and dropped a hard- fought 93-87 decision despite Coleman ' s 37 points and 12 rebounds. The next night, Caudle gunned in 22 and Kristie Blurton came off the bench to ignite a second-half spurt with eight assists to defeat Troy State (AL) 82-69. In the tournament consolation finals, the Lady Bulldogs were nothing short of awesome in steamrolling Montevallo, AL 125-65. Coleman set an NAIA record with 44 points in the contest and Caudle poured in 28 as Union ' s achievement helped the win- ners gain an NAIA ranking of 13th in the opening poll. Union ' s highest ever. Union returned home to nip David Lipscomb 93-91 in overtime as Caudle slammed in 31 points and Howard handed out a season-high 11 assists. Despite another NAIA record-setting performance Caudle (21 field goals in a game), her 42 points went for naught as Western Kentucky won a 106-79 homecoming decision over the Lady Bulldogs. Union then began play in its second tournament with an 82-76 win over Lambuth in the first round of the ARC event at Lane. Coleman fired in 27 points in the victory and then added 17 the next night as Union claimed the championship with a 76-70 triumph over Freed-Hardeman. Freshman Vicky Swindell gathered in 12 rebounds and blocked five shots for the winners. The Lady Bulldogs dropped a 72-67 decision to UT-Martin despite Caudle ' s 18 points and Coleman ' s 17 rebounds, and then a 26-point effort by Caudle was wasted as Union fell to Vanderbilt 90-73 in Nashville. Union rebounded for its most satisfying win crushing arch-rival Lambuth 93-63 in the losers ' gym as Caudle scored 20 and Coleman had eight rebounds and eight assists. Two more losses on the road followed. CBC captured a 63-60 verdict despite 19 points by Caudle, and UT-Martin won 73-68 while offsetting Caudle ' s 23 points and Coleman ' s 12 rebounds. But Swindell tallied 16 to lead a balanced attack as Union regained its winning ways with a 76-51 rout at Bethel. Union team members commend Lambuth players after the Lady Bulldogs ' defeat of their rivals. 122 CBC and Belmont. The skein began Lisa Caudle: Unicn ' s First Double AJl- American 1979- 19c-.-; aREER FOUR-YEAR : ' ARTER ALL-VSAC vv ST ALL-VSAC VSAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM ALL-STATE VSAC MOST VALUABLE PLAYER ALL-DISTRICT 24 NAIA PLAYER OF THE WEEK REBOUND AWARD FREE THROW AWARD FIELD GOAL AWARD HOLDS OVER TEN UNION RECORDS BROKE 2100 POINTS The Lady Bulldogs then polished off Freed-Hardeman 64-51 in Hender- son as Coleman scored 17 and Ross snared 11 rebounds, and Union again topped Lambuth 67-52 as Caudle netted 22. The winning streak reached four in a row when Swindell ' s incredible 13-of-16 shooting accounted for 28 points in an 85-62 romp over David Lipscomb in Nashville. Swindell ' s performance set a Union record for accuracy from the field for a single ballgame in which a player successfully attempted more than 10 shots. The Bradford freshman added 23 the next game as Union dumped Freed-Hardeman 81-60 with help from Lisa Jackson ' s 10 rebounds, but the victory string ended when the Lady Bulldogs blew a 17-point first-half lead at Belmont in a heartbreaking 67-65 defeat despite Coleman ' s 29 points. Union then reeled off four more wins in a row, including revenge on with an 82-58 romp at Lane in which Caudle netted 20. Union then used 18 points each from Caudle and Coleman to hand CBC its only district loss in a 74-67 decision. Howard came off the bench to score 20 as Blackstock ' s club upended Belmont 64-54, and Audrey Hunt ' s 16 counters led the way in an 87-49 trouncing of Bethel. The regular season closed with a 64-58 defeat at Western Kentucky in which Caudle tallied 16 points. The Lady Bulldogs opened the VSAC West ern Division Tournament by pounding Bethel 80-55 behind Caudle ' s 14 points and seven assists, but Union was upset at home by Belmont 58-50 in the semifinals despite Coleman ' s 15 points. CBC defeated Belmont for the VSAC West title, enabling Union to qualify for the NAIA District 24 tourney as the west ' s second seed. a Close Games " Mar Seasonal Record 1982-83 Union University Men ' s Basketball Team, left to right, kneeling: Jeff White, Albert Foster, Mike Lovelady, Greg Overstreet; standing: Coach Jim Swope, Danny Montgomery, Don Deaton, Tony Jones, Winston Varnado, Jim Donnell, Barry Puckett, Mike Greer, James Bass, Kelly Hardcastle, Barry Tidwell, Jeff Clark, and trainer-manager Kenny Spray. Union University ' s Bulldog basket- ball team provided plenty of excitement but only moderate success during the 1982-83 season, compiling a 9-19 record which included eight defeats by five points or less. Coach Jim Swope ' s squad highlighted the year with a road triumph in double overtime over conference champion Trevecca, and also captured two of three games against arch-rival Lambuth College. Union opened the campaign by losing an 81-76 decision at powerful Arkansas College despite Tony Jones ' 27 points and all assist effort by point guard Mike Lovelady. The Bulldogs then began play in the Harding University Invitational in Searcy, Arkansas with an 85-70 conquest of the School of the Ozarks, sparked by Barry Tidwell ' s 23 points and Danny Mont- gomery ' s 10 rebounds. In the championship contest, however, the Bulldogs fell to host Harding by a 90-72 margin although Jones netted 20 points. Tidwell and Lovelady were named to the All- Tournament team. Union responded to a boisterous crowd to demolish crosstown rival Lane 126 Tony Jones and James Bass go high to reject the Lambuth cager ' s slam dunk attempt. College 93-74 in the home opener as Jones canned 28 points and Mont- gomery pulled down 15 rebounds, but the Bulldogs ran into a second-half buzz saw in their next outing, falling 90-68 to UT-Martin. Another tournament opener, this time in the Bicentennial Exchange Club event at Lambuth, produced an exciting triumph for the Bulldogs. Jones slammed in 31 first-half points and finished with a career-high 40 as Union nipped Lambuth 84-83. In the title game. Union battled down to the wire but dropped a close 80-73 verdict to Freed-Hardeman. Tidwell tossed in 24 points and Montgomery gathered in 11 rebounds. That game initiated a four-game losing streak for the Bulldogs. Union fell at home to 1982 NAIA Tournament participant David Lipscomb by a 63-60 score as Jones led the scoring with 15 and Mike Greer topped the rebounders with seven. The Bulldogs then jour- neyed to Rust College and were pounded 87-51, with Greer and James Bass scoring 10 points each for the losers. Union hosted Southwestern and suffered its most discouraging defeat of the season, letting a healthy lead slip away before dropping an 83-81 decision. Tidwell netted 22 in the contest. Swope ' s crew rebounded from the heartbreaker to win a pair of ballgames. The Bulldogs stunned 1983 regular season VSAC champion Trevecca 68-66 in double overtime in Nashville as Jones dominated play with a 25-point, 13-rebound performance. In the first game following the Christmas holidays, Tidwell and Montgomery tallied 19 points apiece and Jones pulled down 15 boards as Union handed visiting Trinity (IL) an 84-64 pounding. After that, however, the Bulldogs dropped five straight contests. Lam- buth avenged the tournament defeat by stopping Union 85-72, holding Jones to 17 points. Christian Brothers College captured a 63-56 game in Memphis Junior forward James Bass, a transfer from Jackson State Community College, averaged 11.6 points and seven rebounds per game while giving the Bulldogs good inside play. Senior Barry Tidwell averaged 15 points a game and gave the team needed leadership. despite a 17-point, eight-rebound effort from Bass. Back in Jackson, Arkansas College turned a final-minute turnover into a 53-50 win although Lovelady and Bass scored 10 each and Kelly Hard- castle compiled nine rebounds and six assists. Union lost another narrow decision at Bethel College in McKenzie, when 16 points by Bass weren ' t enough to overcome a 61-57 margin. Freed- Hardeman then edged the Bulldogs 70-68 on a 20-footer at the final buzzer, offsetting 19 point performances by Jones and Tidwell. The losing streak was halted when the Bulldogs knocked off Lambuth 53-50 with Jones scoring 20 and Tidwell grabbing eight rebounds. Swope ' s forces followed with another solid outing in Nashville, but lost 74-72 to Lipscomb despite Tidwell ' s 20 points and seven assists by Lovelady. Tony Jones, Bairy Tidwell, and Winston Varnado work hard for position underneath the board. Bass and Tidwell shot Union back into the winners ' circle by scoring 24 points apiece in a 72-67 triumph over Freed-Hardeman, avenging the earlier defeats. Bass also had 12 rebounds in that contest, and scored 19 in the next game, but Union fell to Trevecca in Jackson 61-54. The following week produced yet another pair of single-basket defeats. Belmont College claimed a 65-63 overtime decision in Nashville although Bass scored 16 and Montgomery gathered in 11 boards. Lane then recorded a 74-72 triumph de spite Lovelady ' s 16 assists, a performance that equaled Union ' s all-time single- game total. Tidwell scored 26 points in that loss. Union then won two in a row, with Jones scoring 27 in a 98-85 rout of homestanding Southwestern. Lovelady handed out 12 assists in the victory and then added 10 more as the Bulldogs J M.Ji__ _ f |Mf ii si IS MM 1 m s rv I Coach Jim Swope completed his eighth year at the helm of the Union Bulldogs this season. He talks with players Tony Jones and Winston Varnado and Union student Terry Hill. 6 ' 4 " senior Tony Jones has given the Bulldog fans consistent and exciting play in his outstanding four-year career at Union. belted CBC 97-89. Union jumped to a 31-8 advantage in just seven minutes and hung on for the win as Tidwell scored 22 points and Jones collected 13 rebounds. Union closed the regular season with two home defeats. Belmont overcame 16 rebounds by Bass and 12 points by Jones to post a 70-56 victory, and Bethel won 68-60 despite Mont- gomery ' s 17 counters. In the opening round of the VSAC Tournament, Union fell to Belmont in Nashville 83-66 despite Jones ' 22 points and nine rebounds by Bass. The Bulldogs were 4-10 in the VSAC West (tied for 6th) and closed with a 5-1 mark in District 24. Jones, who averaged 15.4 points a game, closed his outstanding 116-game Union career with a total of 1,665 points and 672 rebounds hitting over 50 per cent of his field goal attempts. 129 " ' -mf President Craig Celebrates Fifteen Years At Union University Union University is not the same college it was when Dr. Robert Craig stepped onto the campus on July 31, 1967 as its seventeenth president. It has blossomed into a multi-faceted institu- tion ministering not only to the needs of the students and faculty, but also to the needs of the Jackson community and the West Tennessee area. During the fifteen years that Dr. Craig has been here, enrollment has increased nearly 70 percent. New academic offerings have strengthened the curriculum. The budget has been balanced for fifteen consecutive years without a cutback in faculty or in programs. On top of these accomplish- ments, a totally new campus on Highway 45 By-Pass was planned, constructed and financed. Dr. Craig has said, " Union is living in the midst of miracles. " We believe that Dr. Craig is one of those miracles. Dr. Robert E. Craig President V ' I ' 4 Rita Simpson represents the student body in a tribute to Dr. Craig. Jim Austin, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, welcomes Dr. Craig. Trustees The Board of Trustees is a group of men and women made up of business and community leaders, ministers, educators, and professional persons. All trustees are elected by the Tennessee Baptist Convention which is constituted as " a body politic and corporate. " Although the Board is not directly involved in administration or academic matters, their ultimate objective is the full development of the total personality of Union ' s students in order that they may fulfill : ature, responsible, and creative roles in society. It aspires to ; ,e goal of attaining excellence in education at Union; therefore it promotes superior scholarship. Union University Trustees 1982-83, seated: Mr. David Nunn, Mrs. Glenn Raines, Mrs. Robert Alderson, Mr. Harold Brundige, Dr. Jerry Glisson, Mr. Hobart Townsend, Dr. Ray Newcomb, Dr. Marvin Sandidge, Mr. Bob Lamons; standing: Mr. Polk Glover, Mr. Don Stephenson, Mr. J. R. Patrick, Rev. P. O. Davidson, Rev. Mark Howard, Mr. William Adcock, Mr. Joe Walker, Jr., Mr. Kenneth Hanna, Mr. Mack Forrester, Rev. John Pippin, Mr. Cecil Ebersold, Mr. Waymon Jones. Union University Trustees 19 2-S3, seated: Mr. Bobby Mnrris, Mr. (lene Howell, Mr. Charles Breeding, Mr. Charles Hudson, Rev. Wesley Pitts, .Mr. George Jones, Mr. Kenneth Leathers, Rev. Byron Epps, Mr. William Walker, III; standing: Mr. Benard Blasingame, Mr. Dale Treadway, Dr. Wayne Rhear, .Mr. James Threlkeld, Dr. Kenneth Story, Mr. Sam Reed, Mr. A. V. Pickler, Rev. James Withermgton, Mr. Bill Cockroft, Dr. Darrell Clarke, Dr. Van Snider. Not Pictured: Mrs. W. B. Cockroft, Mr. Jimmy Foster, Mr. William Gurley, Mr. John McRee, Dr. Ramsey Pollard, Mr. Enoch Radford. Academic Center Barbara Orr assists Dr. Barefoot and Dr. Taylor in the Academic Center. The Center coordinates Union ' s academic program by working with the students Dr. Hyran E. Barefoot Vice-President for Academic Affairs Dr. C. Pat Taylor Associate Academic Dean Jane Nichols Registrar The Center provides leadership for faculty. Development J. Larry Stewart Director, Development J. C. Thedford Assistant Director, Development 0. M. Law Director, Planned Giving Alunni Affairs William S. Bates Director, Special Projects Corporate Support Joe Westbury Director, Public Relations Don Morris Director, Financial Aid ' I Jane Browand Assistant Director, Financial Aid Dr. W. Walter Warmath Consultant Johnny Dougan Superintendent, Maintenance Student Affairs fi Maggie Nell Brewer Dean of Students June Wildmon Director of Housing Dr. Clyde Fugate Dean of Men David Oran Director of Housing Doug Skiles Director of Placement and Counseling Max Blackman Assistant Director — Housing Irene Towater Assistant Director — Housing Sarah Grissom Administrative Assistant Margaret Boyd College Nurse Religious Affairs ■ ■ 1 1 Bj i l 1 Hi P 1 ■■ H i J 1 mIH I m 1 1 H l ' - H -- ' 1 HH j Hb. " ' --% I SH ,- ' ■ K g t- J- ' 1. - i HI i Dr. John Adams Vice President for Religious Affairs Scott Brewer and his wife Sherrie have found that his new job is not all work. Here they enjoy the cookout at the BSU " Hoedown. " Scott Brewer Asst, Vice President; BSU Director Rose Melton ' s door is always open to students and faculty alike. Karen McWherter has found out what a friend she has in Rose. Admissions Carroll Griffin Director of Student Enlistment Teresa Luna and Max Blackman were judges at the Greek Olympics. Dan Bates Admissions Counselor Elizabeth Wingo Admissions Counselor Gappy Chinn Admissions Counselor Teresa Luna Admissions Counselor Carroll always takes time out for students like Bob and Lisa. Business Office R. G. Elliott Vice President for Business Affairs William Dana Northcut Asst. Vice Pres. for Business Affairs Jessie Smith Part-Time Terresia Reasons Bursar Peggy Pearce Student Accounts Booklieeper Margaret Jones General Ledger Booltkeeper Bobbie Bishop Accounts Payable Clerli Louise Lynch Boolistore Manager Administrative Assistants Dot Gee Development Office Elouise Graves President ' s Office Rose Melton Religious Affairs Office f i Renee Mitchell Business Office Peggy Robinson Admissions Office Barbara Wood Academic Center Part of Peggy Robinson ' s job is processing applications for admission and Renee Mitchell aids students and faculty in such ways as cashing checks ACT scores reports on incoming students. and providing supplies. Staff Assistants Franchelle Franklin Financial Aid Office Barbara Orr Academic Center Barbara Moore Admissions Office Dorothy Holt Bookstore Ann Studards Bookstore Linda Swope Development Franchelle Franklin is always willing to help students with Financial Aid information. Betty Wells Switchboard College Services ■-f ' l . tr Lanell Sims Clerk • c Sue Clemens Clerk Pollv Spencer ' Clerk Dorothy Hopper Clerk Library Beverly Hearn Reference Librarian Pat Morris Circulation Librarian Richard Rogers Catalog Librarian Virginia Zachary Periodicals Librarian Vera Butler Library Technician Cathy Williams Library Technician r School of Fine Arts J Man longs for self-expression, yet communication is seemingly hindered by man-made limitations. Understand- ing often occurs when man chooses to search beyond the limitations. The Fine Arts deal with the creative expressions of man through aural, visual, and kinetic means. They lead the student to deal with the concept of beauty, and to analyze works considered important to man ' s percep- tion of beauty. Courses are designed to teach individual skill in developing a solid technique of performing or creating the arts on one hand, and to gain an overview of the history and philosophy of music, the visual arts, and drama on the other. Dr. Patricia Pinson, Dean of the School of Fine Arts Music Dr. Kenneth Hartley Department Chairman Union University ' s Music Department offers a comprehensive music program with basic study leading to careers in such positions as Minister of Church Music or private teaching. A Bachelor of Music Degree as well as the Bachelor of Arts with a major in music are available. During the academic year the music department sponsors a Symphonic Band Concert and presentations by the Union Univer- sity Singers and Chorus. Other groups within the department are the Stage Band, Proclamation, and Covenant. These groups perform, giving their members excellent experience in performance. The two organizations sponsored by the department are Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota. Scott Bennett Instructor David McClune directs the concert band as well as giving private lessons. Ann Biggs Associate Professor Mr. Huffman directs the stage band which performs at ball games and other special events. 1 Dr. Joseph Blass Professor Charles Huffman Assistant Professor June Huffman Instructor Dr. Smith rehearses with Jim Pinkston and Ricky Isbell for the operetta. Dr. Patricia Pinson Professor Max Pugh Associate Professor Dr. Larry Smith Assistant Professor L Art The Art Department of Union University seeks not only to train art majors, but also to allow other students to discuver their own potential creativity. Open work areas encourage freedom of movement and mind as the student expresses his effort in watercolor, oil, pottery, print or other mediums. The departm ent sponsors three art awards and two campus organ- izations, Kappi Pi and Art Guild. Dr. Hargett demonstrates equipment in the art area. Dr. James Hargett Assistant Professor (School of Humanities) Humanities: " the branch of learn- ing having primarily a cultural char- acter. " It is a study of man ' s history, how he thinks and reasons, what he believes and how he is able to communicate with others. The Humanities focus on the place of the individual in society and familiarize students with spoken and written approaches by which people have interpreted life ' s meaning. In the process, students widen their spiritual and intellectual horizons, learn to prefer one answer to another and one mode of expression to another. And very importantly, they develop the valuable skills of communication: reading, listening, evaluating, writing and speaking. Within the School of Humanities there are four separate and distinct departments of instruction: Languages; Religion and Philosophy; English, Journalism, and Speech; and History and Political Science. Sheri Murphy uses some of her free time to study in the library. Dr. James Baggett, Dean of the School of Humanities Languages Dr. Sara Harris Assistant Professor Cynthia Jayne Acting Chairman The study of a modern foreign language means much more than memorizing lists of verb conjugations. It is a key to the understanding of another culture. Our primary goal in the basic language courses is to teach students how to begin to communicate in a second lan- guage. In order for that commun- ication to be most effective, students must also develop a sense of understanding of the history and customs of the people who speak that language. For the majority of those who complete one or two years of language, the importance of that study lies in its value as an auxiliary skill. Many government and private agencies are very aware of the lack of qualified personnel with second language skills. We are working to focus our department toward a more prac- tical, direct application of communication in the second language. Religion and Philosophy Dr. David Irby Department Chairman Dr. James Jones Associate Professor The Religion and Philosophy department offers courses in (1) Biblical languages (Greek), (2) Biblical studies I ' .ll Philosophy and (4) practical cours s designed to aid pastors and other church leaders in preparing their tasks. The goals and objectives are to attempt to help the students gain both a knowledge and an apprecia- tion for the Bible, to help the student to think critically, using good judgement, and to work with the Vice-President of Religious Affairs in providing special guidance to students in preparing for church-related vocations. Part-time instructors in the department are: Dr. Hyran Bar- efoot, Dr. John Adams, Mr. Scott Brewer, and Dr. Walter Taylor. English and Journalism The Department of English, Journalism, and Speech is a growing and diversified depart- ment. Presently offering two majors and three minors, the department seeks to develop ex- pertise in the use of the written and spoken language in commun- ication and to stimulate the critical analysis and appreciation of liter- ary masterpieces. The Department has seven full-time professors and two part- time professors. Dr. C. C. Kinnison is new to the department. The department members feel that these three areas make a vital and indispensable contribution to the academic atmosphere of Union University. Under the sponsorship of Dr. George E. Clark, the department honorary is the National Sigma Tau Delta, for students proficient in writing. Cindy Turner checks a footnote reference with Dr. Louise Bentley. Dr. George Clark Department Chairman; Professor m W w ■ r f Betty Foellinger Associate Professor Dr. Ernest Pinson Professor Marilyn Smothers Assistant Professor Speech Theatre Dr. C. C. Kinnison Professor Patty Smith Part-time Instructor N. Denise Stevenson Instructor A contemplative man and his pipe. Denise Stevenson is often called upon for her theatrical expertise. Here she prepares Paul Harkins for a cafeteria-sponsored event. 151 History and Political Science The greatest emphasis of the History Department is on teaching students to use books, the finest source of history. It is not our intention that students should simply memorize facts and dates, but that they should learn to think. From class discussion and assigned readings we hope that they will form opinions and ideas of their own, not just memorize those of others. This year we have had three part-time faculty in the Depart- ment: Bill Adams, Deborah Owen, and Ray Dickson. Dr. Paul Waibel Assistant Professor Charles Turner, author of The Celebrant autographs a copy for Dr. Waibel. (: School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences The School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences consists of five separate departments. They are the Department of Biology, the Depeart- ment of Chemistry, the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, the Department of Psychology, and the Department of Sociology. This is a widely varied field. Yet each area is directly related to man, whether through his environment, his behavioral characteristics, or his ability to understand and research nature through mathematics. Here at Union we are striving to insure that students in these areas receive the best possible training. We seek to develop in our students the sense of curiosity which leads to discovery and a new awareness of the world around us. In doing so, we attempt to expose students to the stress, pressure, and demands of professional programs. Dr. Bill Bouchillon, Dean Biology In teaching biological science in today ' s world, emphasis should be placed on motiviating students to develop investigative technique. Scientific research has resulted in the accumulation of facts too numerous to teach. Students must be taught to find and use these facts in attaining more knowledge and understanding. Since most of our biology majors are pre-health field students, we realize the importance of exposing them to the stresses and demands of professional programs, and a solid foundation in biological sciences. We once again hosted the West Tennessee Regional Science Fair in March to promote interest in science at the junior and senior high school levels. Elsie Smith Department Chairman Dr. Earl McKinley Assistant Professor Dr. Michael McMahan Assistant Professor Chemistry The Chemistry Physics depart merit ' s aims are to help students understand the physical world in which we live, to gain skill i problem solving and work, t develop an inquiring mind, and t understand the scientific method of exploration. We prepare students for their career objectives and seek to aid them in attaining their goals upon graduation. Future plans include expansion of the West Tennessee Regional Science Fair held annually at Union, and the possible develop- ment of a physical science educa- tion degree. ■V 71 KCaScti VCrMnF«Cow£l Ga Rb Sr V (Jb Ito Te Ry Ml A «J « C» Cd L- HI !■ 1« He jr Ao j TI Dr. Hathcox plans for the upcoming semester with the officers Shooting Club. Dr. Kyle Hathcox Acting Chairman Dr. Douglas Armstrong Assistant Professor Dr. Jimmy Davis Assistant Professor Amy Alvey Lab Instructor Math and Computer Science The Department of Mathematics and Com- puter Science began the schoo. year in new quarters. We relocated from the southwest corner of the science area to the area near the typing room. The termin- al room was expanded to accommodate 20 to 30 terminals. Offices for the Computer Center staff and the Math and Com- puter Science faculty were included. William B. Truex Assistant Professor Richard Dehn Associate Professor Dwayne Jennings Instructor Richard Nadig Instructor Connie Magers Computer Technician Karen McWherter Computer Technician Psychology The Department of Psychology serves as a service department and a major within the college. It serves the core curriculum, the School of Nursing, the Education Depart- ment and the Department of Social Work by providing required courses for each of these. Our majors consist of three groups: individuals who plan to go to graduate school, church related vocations and individuals going into the work force. Our purpose is to help students to recognize some of the more basic laws of human behavior and relate those laws to their everyday living. Sociology V. We in the Sociology Depart- ment like the approach of a " liberal arts " education. We feel that this is a very appropriate way to broaden a person ' s intellectual, social, and behavioral outlook on life. Teaching as well as learning should be a dynamic process that involves both the teacher and student in the discovery and examination of the multifaceted areas of life. We have a new full-time person in the Sociology Department. Bren- da Collins is taking the responsibili- ty of overseeing the social work area. Our department supervises the Sociology Club. Dr. Bill Bouchillon Department Chairman, Psychology Dr. David Vickery Assistant Professor Dr. Lytle Givens Department Chairman, Sociology Eldon Byrd Professor Brenda Collins Instructor School of Professional Studies Dr. Howard Newell, Dean The School of Professional Studies includes the Department of Business, the Department of Education, and the Department of Health and Physical Education. Each department seeks to prepare students for employment in the profes- sional work force. Through hands-on experience with up-to-date equipment, actual work experience, and classroom instruction, we try to give students a well-rounded field of education which will give them the greatest benefit after graduation. In the above area it is necessary to maintain a professional attitude at all times. We try to instill this attitude in every student. Education Dr. William Hedspeth Department Chairman, Education Dr. Wayne Alford Associate Professor Teaching is said to be the noblest of all callings for two reasons. First, the teaching profes- sion is a big business. The late President John Kennedy reminded us that " our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education. " Thus, with such high stakes, it is little wonder that our future is invested in the education of our children and the preparation of our teachers. Second, teaching is noble because the end product is directly related to the example that is set by the teachers. Therefore, the burden of responsibility on the American teacher is without equal. Jane Calcutt Instructor Carolyn Tomlin Instructor Judy Taylor Part-time Instructor Business The Department of Business Administration offers majors and minors in four areas: accounting, management and marketing, economics and finance, and office administration. All four programs are designed to prepare students for the responsible, entry-level positions in the world of work. One change in the office adminis- tration program will be the implemen- tation of an associate degree in office administration for students who desire more immediate entry into the job market. The second major change involves the acquisit ion of computer- based, word processing equipment. The Department of Business Administration sponsors an active Business Club. Dr. Howard Newell Department Chairman Curtiss Scott Associate Professor Dr. Walton Padelford Assistant Professor Jim Austin Instructor Nancy Ross Instructor Physical Education and Health Dr. Linn Stranak Department Chairman r The highest aim of the Health and Physical Education Department is the total health of an individual. The activity, intramural, and varsity athletic programs all center around and strive toward each students health. Every instructor hopes that all students who come through Union will acquire lifetime activity skills to not only develop but to maintain a healthy body throughout their life. The effectiveness of the program will soon be enhanced by the addition of a new athletic complex now under construction. The department has expanded its curriculum this year by adding a new major in the field of Church Recreation. All P.E. majors can be involved in the P.E. Club which sponsors several activities throughout the year. Dr. David Blackstock Athletic Director James R. Swope Instructor Peggy StanfiU Instructor Ron Barry Instructor Dr. Blackstock and Jackie Vaughn, a 1976 Union graduate and former Ron Barry gives the teams some advice on their game strategy during an baseball player, reminisce about old times at the Alumni Baseball game. intramural Softball game. 159 School of Nursing J The growth of Union ' s nursing program exemplifies the continuing strides of the faculty and students toward better hecdth care in our future. Nursing is not limited to care of the patient but extends to the families and all others concerned. Union ' s Nursing Department realizes the need for this instilled knowledge and compassion when graduates begin their professional service. The nursing degrees offered at Union may be interpreted as hours of study, many sacrificies, and a genuine desire to make a difference. A Union nursing graduate accepts that diploma with confidence in what he or she has received and ultimately in what he or she will give. Dr. Marguerite Robey, Dean Linda Barber Instructor Ivy Barker Assistant Professor Pauline Bridger Assistant Professor Sandra Brown Assistant Professor Tare Cable Assistant Professor Carol Haynes Instructor w fe i: ' •V ' - ' i Nancy Herron Instructor Erlean Kirkpatrick Instructor Donna Latham Assistant Professor Px ' J. m Melanie Matthews Instructor Joyce Montgomery Assistant Professo r Dr. Marguerite Robey Department Chairman A ' X I Erlean Kirkpatrick receives the " Biggest Turkey Award " from Tina Walker. Carla Sanderson Instructor lA »h ' ' ' ? " Mt m SaVI Persona (i FRESHMEN D Class officers, back: Chiis Williams, president; Brent Newcomb, vice president: front: Kathy Durham, secretary; Gina Williams, treasurer. Monica Elaine Adams, Atwood. Tn. Joyce A. Adkisson, Milan, Tn. Robyn Janelle Agee, Shawnee, Ok. Deborah Kay Alexander, Jackson, Tn. Madalvn Alexander, Jackson. Tn. Charles Allen, Church Hill, Tn. Patti M. Appleton, Jackson, Tn. Carolyn Arnold, Medon, Tn. Cindy Ashby, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. Billy Keith Atkins, Bolivar, Tn. Harold Edwin Bacon, Bartlett, Tn. Karen Bacon, Bartlett, Tn. Mitzi Anne Bailey, Jackson, Tn. Teresa Bailey, Pinson, Tn. Mark Benjamin Baird, Springfield, II. David Keith Baker, Memphis, Tn. Tracy Baker, New Johnsonville, Tn. Eric Barron, Brighton, Tn. William Lee Bateman, Memphis, Tn. Susan K. Beard, Brownsville, Tn. Charles Richard Beck, Memphis, Tn. Brian E. Bell, Sheldon, II. Melinda R. Beshires, Henderson, Tn. Randall R. Bevis, Jackson, Tn. ft f fs- i .1 i .iia- William H. Binford, Memphis, Tn. Randal David Bishop. Middleton, Tn. Charlotte Black. Bolivar, Tn. Joanna Blackmon, Brighton, Tn. Michelle Elaine Blackwood, Reagan, Tn. Sheilla Bonds, Guys, Tn. Delaine Bottoms, Dyersburg. Tn. Chris S. Bowman. Lexington. Tn. Kerry Braden, Memphis. Tn. Thomas E. Bragg. Memphis. Tn. Mitzi Deree Brasfield. Dyersburg. Tn. Susan Brawley, Milan, Tn. Lisa Hacker Brewer, Selmer, Tn. Barbara Ann Brooks, Stanton, Tn. Douglas Brown. Shelbyville, Tn. Lila Dawn Buck. Memphis, Tn. Brian Buford. Fairview, Tn. Sheila Danale Burchfield, Germantown. Tn. Jo Ann M. Burke. Selmer. Tn. Lisa Maureen Burkacki, Humboldt, Tn. Larry Butler. Ramer. Tn. Patricia Butler, Humboldt, Tn. Sheila Vanessa Butler, Humboldt, Tn. Jessie F. Bynum, Jackson. Tn. Jean Christy Cain. Jackson, Tn. Patricia Lynn Callahan. Memphis. Tn. David Camp, .Mamo. Tn. Danny Foster Carr. Union City, Tn. Gerald Duane Carter. Millington. Tn. Melody Carter, Gadsden, Tn. Helen Annette Gary, Pinson, Tn. Tammy Castellaw, Crockett Mills, Tn. Rachel Adelia Chandler, Hickoryville. Tn. Cynthia Gaye Chrestman, Alamo, Tn. Leslie A. Christ, Bartlett, Tn. D. Frank Christie, Humboldt, Tn. Lorie Lynn Clayton, Southaven, Ms. Jennifer Clement, Big Sandy, Tn. Joseph E. Climer, Humboldt, Tn. Joel Dennis Coady, Luray, Tn. Robin Cobb, Bells, Tn. Stephanie Cole, Goshen, NY. Cheryl Denise Coleman, Waverly, Tn. Lisa Coleman, McKenzie, Tn. Janie Collins, Jackson, Tn. R. Chris Craig, Humboldt, Tn. Patricia G. Crane, Oakland, Tn. Laurie Lajean Crews, Dyersburg, Tn. Cristy Annette Criger, Bolivar, Mo. Peter Crocker, Lexington, Ky. Charlotte Crockett, Bradford, Tn. Richard W. Crook, Lexington, Tn. Pamela Deannine Cullins, McLeansboro, II. Tommy G. Cupples, Jr., Benton, Mo. Amy Leann Curtis, Waverly, Tn. Kelly Rene Daniel, Whiteville, Tn. William S. Davie, Memphis, Tn. Brian J, Day, Clarksville, Tn. Claudia Dean, Caruthersville, Mo. Debra DeLynn Dearman. Nashville, Tn. Don H. Deaton, Jr., Mer.if)his, Tn. Jesse Earl Dixon, Memphis, Tn. Dusty W. Doddridge, Memphis. Tn. Phillip Harold Dorman, Memphis, Tn. Janice Marie Douglas, Huntingdon, Tn. Susan Rachelle Douglas, Atoka, Tn. Jonathan M. Duffey, Big Sandy, Tn. DeAnna Duncan, Union City, Tn. Darlene DuPriest, Covington, Tn. Laura Lee Duren, Adamsville, Tn. Katherine Durham, Old Hickory, Tn. Lucinda Durham, Bolivar, Tn. Mark Hugh DuVall, Memphis, Tn. Shannon Dawn Dwyer, Beavercreek, Oh. Dawn Dyer, Selmer, Tn. Sharon Elizabeth Earhart, Paducah, Ky. Mike Eaves, Dickson, Tn. Katherine Ann Elam, Jackson, Tn. Aleta Elliott, Covington, Ok. Susan Lanette Elliott, Jackson, Tn. Christi Lynn Ellis, Memphis, Tn. Diana Ellison, Jackson, Tn. Leanne Elmore, New Johnsonville. Tn. Lisa Emery, Atlanta, Ga. Sandra Denton Ervin, Bolivar, Tn. Clara Mabel Ferrell, Henderson. Ky. Lee Arnold Fioranelli, Germantown, Tn. Mary Fisher, Jackson, Tn. Robert Dale Fitts, Pontotoc, Ms. Sandra Flowers, Troy, Tn. Janet Lynn Fluty, Troy, Tn. Amy Carol Fly, Humboldt. Tn Kimberly Lynn Foote, Mercer. Tn. Sherri Ann Fowler, Jackson, Tn. Kent Freeman, Tupelo, Ms, Tammy Silliman French, Big Sandy, Tn. Shelby Garner, Middleton, Tn. Brenda K. Garrett, Bolivar, Tn. Emily Garrett, Parsons, Tn. Tracye Anne Gee, Jackson, Tn. Renee George, Memphis, Tn. Carlton Gerrell, Brownsville, Tn. Lisa Gayle Given, Alvaton, Ky. K. C. Givens, Jackson, Tn. Gail Goodman, Parsons, Tn. Cynthia Ann Grant, Bells, Tn. Daphne Ann Greer, Jackson, Tn. Patricia Angie Gregory, Millington, Tn. Beth Guthrie, Pinckney ' ille, II. Cecilia Denise Hale, Milan, Tn. Cathy Ann Hall, Jackson, Tn. Jamie Marie Hall, Louisville, Tn. Omar Hamada, Jackson, Tn. Steven G. Hamilton, Memphis, Tn. Nina Hammonds, Humboldt, Tn. Melissa Hammons, Bolivar, Tn. Sandra Jean Hannis, Bolivar, Tn. Terry Lynn Hardy, Horn Lake, Ms. Loren Glen Hartley, Jackson, Tn. Pam A. Haynie, Memphis, Tn. d Freshmen ) 1 ' 1 r Patricia A. Haynie, Memphis, Tn. Pamela Jo Hazlegrove, Bolivar, Tn. Timothy Wayne Henderson, Nashville, Tn. Randal Scott Hendrix, Camden, Tn. Billy Henry, Jr., Columbus, Ms. Terry Wayne Herron, Milan, Tn. Lisa Jane Hight, Ml. Juliet, Tn. Tami Annette Hillard, Huntingdon, Tn. Sonia Hines, Jackson, Tn. Dana Leigh Hodges, Memphis, Tn. Jeffrey R. Hofbaueer, Cissna Park, II. Mike HoUoway, Obion, Tn. Marjorie Lynn Holman, Mountain Grove, Mo. Bryan Hopper, Southaven, Ms. Lorri J. Horner, Jackson, Tn. Teresa Gail Houston, Hickory Valley, Tn. Barbie E. Hunt, Memphis, Tn. Lori Lei Hurt, Kenton, Tn. Donna Ruse Inman, Jackson, Tn. Vance Jack, Waynesboro, Tn. Jerry L. Jacobs, Grand Junction, Tn. Cindy Jaggars, Ramer, Tn. Rhonda Janice Jaggers, Appomattox, Va. Thomas Lee Jensen, Silverbay, Mn. Barry Johnson, Olive Branch, Ms. Cheryl L. Johnson, Dayton, Oh. Harold Glynn Johnson, Humboldt, Tn. Tony Johnson, Henderson, Tn. Laura Ellen Johnston, Jackson, Tn. Aaron Major Jones, Bon Aqua, Tn. Cindy Jones, Memphis, Tn. Jennifer Sue Jones, Pinson, Tn. Jay Barton Jordan, Gates, Tn. Chris Julian, Memphis, Tn. Susan Keen, Parsons, Tn. Suzanne Keeton, Decaturville, Tn. Charles Kelly, Memphis, Tn. Richard Allen King, Ramer, Tn. Roberta King, Alamo, Tn. Dana Lynn Kirk, Henderson, Tn. Ken Kite, Kenosha, Vi. Ginny Lee Knight, Memphis, Tn. Elizabeth Louise Koehn, Jackson, Tn. Jim Samuel Kovac, Jr., Bart, Tn. Billie Jo Lambert, Mansfield, Tn, Betsy Leanna Laughlin, Jackson, Tn. Rose Marie Lewis, CoUierville, Tn. Teresa Anne Liddy, StantonviUe, Tn. Todd Lindner, Pinckne ' ville, II Richard W. Lindsey, Jack son, Tn. Tina B. Lockett, Milan, Tn. Lee Ann Lockman, Paducah, Ky. Melissa Long, Memphis, Tn. John Earl Longworth, Jr., Memphis, Tn. William Walter Lonon, Brownsville, Tn. Gail Lowe, Bolivar, Tn. Sherra Gay Lowery, Nashville, Tn. Janie Beth Luckey, Humboldt, Tn. Debbie Gail Lynch, Selmer, Tn. Marta Rena Mardis, Drummonds, Tn. 3renda Landreth Matlock, Bethel Springs, Tn. Lynn C. McCommon, Brighton, Tn. Sheila Ann McCommon, Bolivar, Tn. John Robert McCullough, Troy, Tn. Kimberly J. McDonald, Mayfield, Ky. John ' C. McDowell, Humboldt, Tn. Jerry Michael McGuire, Pinson, Tn. Sharon Elaine Mcllwain, Lawrenceburg, Tn. Michael Lee McKelvie, Memphis, Tn. John Daniel McKenzie, Jackson, Tn. Betty Jo McMahan, Hornsby, Tn. Valerie McMahon, Germantown, Tn. P i J m mtk ' Susan Dean McMurtry, New Johnsonville, Tn. Barnett McN ' eal, Bolivar, Tn. Leslie Michelle Miller, Memphis, Tn. Michele Rena Minor, Lexington, Tn. Timothy Eliot Minter, Seymour. Tn. Teresa Dianne . " .lonigomery, Scotts Hill, Tn. David L. Moody, Lobelville, Tn. Jeffery Moore, Henderson, Mo. Susan Moorehead, Jackson, Tn. Darrell Lynn Morgan, Benton, Ky. Wanda Suzanne Morgan, Union City, Tn. Preston Scott Morris, Memphis, Tn. Naomi Denise Mosby, Oakland, Tn. Jimmy Allen Mosier, Alamo, Tn. Robert Mosley, Memphis, Tn. Rhonda R. Moss, Millington, Tn. Orlandus Moss, Jr., Millington, Tn. Alan Lance Murchison, Pinson, Tn. Tim Murray, Memphis, Tn. Tina Naylor, Dyersburg, Tn. Brent T. Newcomb, Millington, Tn. Sammuel Tyler Newman, Henderson, Ky. Woody Newman, Jackson, Tn. Robert Harold Norman, Memphis, Tn. Lizabeth Northcut, Waverly, Tn. Jodi Osborne, New Johnsonville, Tn. David Allen Overby, Paducah, Ky. Rose E. Owen, Henry, Tn. John Pair, Union City, Tn. Jesse Parker, Trenton, Tn. David Parlow, Alamo, Tn. B ill Patterson, Henderson, Tn. Karen Patterson, Henderson, Tn. Lou Ann Patterson, Cordova, Tn. Sherry Bolton Patterson, Bradford, Tn. Karla Patton, Lexington, Tn. d Freshmen ) Melanie Pearce, Whiteville, Tn. Steve L. Pentecost, Memphis, Tn. Sherri Jean Percer, Arlington, Tn. Brenda G. Pettigrew, Cahokia, II. Tracy Vise Pevahouse, Decaturville, Tn. Steven Bruce Pigue, Alamo, Tn. Rita Joyce Pipkin, Middleton, Tn. Ricky Neal Plunk, Bethel Springs, Tn. Johnnie Lucinda Poor, Crockett Mills, Tn. Angela Powers, Southfield, Mi. Terry Powers, Somerville, Tn. Cindy Presley, Brownsville, Tn. Thomas Glenn Queen, Henning, Tn. Cindy Carol Raines, Memphis, Tn. Tommye Leigh Rains, Memphis, Tn. Eddie Neal Ray, Jr., Ripley, Tn. Veronica Yvonne Reynolds, Bolivar, Tn. Patricia Denise Ridings, Humboldt, Tn. Sandy Riggs, Finley, Tn. Kelly Paige Rigsby, Lake Park, Fl. Randy L. Rinehart, Memphis, Tn. Patrick T. Rist, Bon Aqua, Tn. Elizabeth F. Rix, Marion, II. Sarah Robbins, Paris, Tn. Sophronia Leanne Robbins, Paris, Tn. Nannette Roberts, Henderson, Tn. Steve Robinson, Dyer, Tn. Bobby C. Rogers, McKenzie, Tn. Wendy Gay Rudy, Savannah, Tn. Mary Ann Rush, Henderson, Tn. Sylvia C. Ryser, Somerville, Tn. Sam Sadler, Memphis, Tn. Ross Schneider, Brentwood, Tn. Angela Faye Seymour, Somerville, Tn. Cynthia Jane Shankle, Cottage Grove, Tn. Lynette Shelly, Dyersburg, Tn. Beverly Ann Shubert, Somerville, Tn. Charles T. Sikler, Memphis, Tn. Donald H. Simelton, Jackson, Tn. Wilda Sims, Dyer, Tn. Cindy Skelton. Somerville, Tn. Joey Allen Smith, Lawrenceburg, Tn. Phyllis Renee Smith, Jackson, Tn. Sandy Smith, Jackson, Tn. Trent Smith, Paducah, Ky. Donald Kevin Sparkman, Trenton, Tn. Brian Todd Sparks, Memphis, Tn. Van Spencer, Brownsville, Tn. Larry Stephenson, Lawrenceburg, Tn. Mary Anne Stephenson, Jackson, Tn. Anita J. Stone, Jackson, Tn. Marcia Story, Hernando, Ms. Cathy L. Studards, Medina, Tn. Sharon Kay Sutton, Cookeville, Tn. Donna Swafford, Adamsville, Tn. Vicky Swindell, Bradford, Tn. Piper Swope, Jackson, Tn. Jackie Michelle Swords, Burlison, Tn. Kathy Lynne Taylor, Somerville, Tn. Garie Michelle Taylor, Jackson, Tn. Wanza Taylor, Middleton, Tn. Alan Thedford, Humboldt, Tn. Jenny Byth Thompson, Trenton, Tn. Jim Threlkeld, Memphis, Tn. Cindy Lynn Tidwell, Memphis, Tn. David Tilley, Jackson, Tn. Robert Tingle, Jr., Memphis, Tn. Glinda Todd, Donalsonville, Ga. Timothy Lynn Tucker, Huntingdon, Tn. Kathy Lynne Turner, Huron, Tn. Douglas Underwood, Henderson, Tn. Deborah Kaye Vales, Maury City, Tn. Judy Ann Vandiver, Bolivar, Tn. Joseph J. Vernon, Friendship, Tn. Pamela Lea Vincent, Bolivar, Tn. Patricia Vincent, Bolivar, Tn. Jeffery Wadley, Huron, Tn. Dennis Wages, Jr., Millington, Tn. Timothy Scott Wakefield, Caboul, Mo. Debra E. Walker, Southaven, Ms. Trena Sue Wallace, Kenton, Tn. John Eric Ward, Jackson, Tn. Tamera Rae Warf, Stanton, Tn. Sandra Warrington, Trenton, Tn. Gregory Bennett Watkins, Caruthersville, Tn. Dawn A. Watt, Las Vegas, Nv. Charles Edwin Webb, Halls, Tn. Beverly Ann Welch, McKenzie, Tn. Alana D. Wheat, Waverly, Tn. Jeffery Wayne Wheatley, Jackson, Tn. David White, Lexington, Tn. Janet Rae White, Greenville, Tn. Sara White, Memphis, Tn. Paul A. Wilcox, South CarroUton, Ky. (! Freshmen 3 JH y ' ' U n »i ■ ' K : Deborah Cindy Wilkinson, Reagan, Tn. Chris Williams, Selmer, Tn. Frederick Williams, Trenton, NJ. Gina Williams, Memphis, Tn. Joseph Scott Williams, Bells, Tn. Leigh Wilson, Memphis, Tn, Betsy L. Winters, New Johnsonville, Tn. Yatti Wongkarasin, Jackson, Tn. Carol Woods, Bolivar, Tn. Kimberley A. Woods, Bolivar, Tn. Kenneth Jeffery Wyatt, Memphis, Tn. Deena Lynn Wyckoff, Memphis, Tn. Mark Edward Wylie, Stanton, Tn. Carla R. Yarbrough, Hickory Valley, Tn. Hazel Yates, Dyersburg, Tn. Melony Yates, Parsons, Tn. Sandy Jerome Yopp, Middleton, Tn. Rita Young, Jackson, Tn. n SOPHOMORES ) Class officers, left to right: Debbie Deere, treasurer; Sheri Murphy, secretary; Scot Finley, vice president; Reggie Thomas, president. Kimberly Anne Abington, St. Louis, Mo. Deborah Acred, Jackson, Tn. Cindy Jayne Adams, Dyersburg, Tn. Dan Adkisson, Savannah, Tn. Denise Alexander, McKenzie, Tn. Lisa Alexander, Jackson, Tn. Cathy Ann Allen, Memphis, Tn. Melody Lynne Allen, Memphis, Tn. Estella Amaya, Hughes, Ar. Hubert Ray Ammons, Ripley, Tn. Angela Kay Anderson, Savannah, Tn. Beketa LaDawn Anderson, Memphis, Tn. Michael Anderson, Savannah, Tn. Shari Anderson, Germantown, Tn. Lisa Ayers, Lexington, Tn. Terri Lynn Bailey, Middleburg, Fl. Katrena Baird, Springfield, II. Tony W. Baker, Jackson, Tn. Sonya Yvette Barbee, Memphis, Tn. Elizabeth Lynn Barber, Jackson, Tn. Mary Joy Bartee, Trenton, Ky. James W. Bass, Union City, Tn. Kevin Ray Bass, Hermitage, Tn. Redonna A. Beal, Lexington, Tn. Linda Jones Beauregard, Grand Junction, Tn. Melissa Lea Belew, Fayetteville, Tn. Diane Marie Bertouille, Paris, Tn. Dianna Lynn Birlew, Kenton, Tn. Frederick Weir Birmingham. Jackson, Tn. Deena Marie Black, Jackson, Tn. Celia W. Blackwood, Jackson, Tn. Helen Boggs, Fayetteville, Tn. Tena Boothe, Atwood, Tn. Gregory Claude Bowers, Memphis, Tn. Steven Wayne Box, Handover Park, II. Lisa R. Boyd, Bartlett, Tn. t? fs Nelda Joy Bradford, Collierville, Tn. Kelly Bradley. Bernie, Mo. Sherry Jo Breedlove, Bells, Tn. Sheila Diane Brewer, Henderson, Tn. Cynthia Fay Brooks, Columhia, Tn. Lucy J. Brooks, Finger, Tn. Donna W. Brown, Selmer, Tn. Emily Lois Buntin, Jackson, Tn. John Burks, Jackson, Tn. Judson Robert Butler, Quincy, Fl. David Marc Byrd, Eads, Tn. Anita Carol Byford, Humboldt, Tn. Cameron Clay Canaday, Memphis, Tn. Russ C. Cantrell, Jackson, Tn. Dennis Wayne Caperton, Savannah, Tn. Darlene B. Carr, Nashville, Tn. Stephen Anthony Carr, Union City, Tn. Chris Chatham, McKenzie, Tn. Faye Chatham, Jackson, Tn. Jana Chatham, Trezevant, Tn. Gina Bridgette Chea, Nassau, Bahamas Harvey Church. Columbia, Tn. Jeff Clark, Troy, Tn. Malesa Clark, Jackson, Tn. Paul E. Clark, Jackson, Tn. Robert Jeffery Clark, Jackson, Tn. Russell Wayne Cole, Dixon, Ky. Candace Collier, Columbia, Tn. Angela Laronda Comer, Jackson, Tn. Karen Jane Cook, Milan, Tn. Doyle B. Cooper, Tupelo, Ms. Lisa Marie Cothran, Bolivar, Tn. Jennifer Cox, East Prairie, Mo. Janice Craig, Paducah, Ky. Robert Louis Crawford, Savannah, Tn. Gigi Mata Crocker, Nashville, Tn. Leigh Ann Cromwell, Savannah, Tn. Connie Curtis, Covington, Tn. Pamela Darby. Camden, Tn. Janice Davis, Middleton, Tn. Twilla Dean, Olney, II. Jenny Dedmon, Brownsville. Tn. Debbie Lou Deere, Lexington, Tn. James W. Donnell, Jr., Memphis. Tn. Cindy Doster. Nashville, Tn. Jerry W. Drye. Paris. Tn. Tim Dukes. Owensboro, Ky. Kimberly Dyer, Springville, Tn. James Earl Elam, Tiptonville, Tn. Noel Nathan Ervin, Moscow, Tn. Jo Ann Everett, McKenzie, Tn. Kevin Ezell. Paducah, Ky. Judith Shelaine Farabee. Olive Branch, Ms. Phyllis Fennal, Friendship, Tn. Mark C. Fields, Fulton, Ky. Scot Finley, Memphis, Tn. Anita Louise Fleet, Memphis, Tn. Jenny Forsyth, Humboldt, Tn. Charles Ray Frazier, Greenbrier, Tn. Sheila Stant ' iU Frederick, Jackson, Tn. Michael Spence Freeman, Dresden, Tn. Keith Gallaher, Trenton, Tn. Patricia S. Garner, Lexington, Tn. Melissa S. Garrison, Armorel, Ar. Jeanna George, Milan, Tn. Lynda Gifford, Factoryville, Pa. John Robert Ginn, Cordova, Tn. Sara Jane Goehring, Hendersonville, Tn. Tina M. Griggs, Humboldt, Tn. Suzanne Gurley, Lexington, Tn. Jeffery Lynn Hain3v orth, Benton, Tn. Barbara Cherie Hale, Brownsville, Tn. Laurie Hale, Memphis, Tn. Michael Hammonds, Humboldt, Tn. Debbie New Hardee, Denmark, Tn. Rodney Dale Hari, Cissna Park, II. Debra Harris, Milan, Tn. Dan Heisserer, Chaffee, Mo. Connie Hendrix, Bethel Springs, Tn. John Hensel, Jr., Kankakee, II. Cheryl Lynnette Hicks, S. Fulton, Tn. Margie Hinds, Petersburg, II. Allyson Hobbs, Union City, Tn. Lee Anne Hobbs, Union City, Tn. Brenda Horning, Paducah, Ky. Cheryl Housman, Paducah, Ky. Leslie Burkes Hughes, Memphis, Tn. Sara Huneycutt, Memphis, Tn. Martha Hurt, Jackson, Tn. Clark Inman, Brighton, Tn. Cynthia Ingram, Selmer, Tn. William E. Irvin, Humboldt, Tn. Laurie Isbell, Bolivar, Tn. Janice Ivory, Arlington, Tn. Maria Lee Jackson, Linden, Tn. David Duane Jaggars, Ramer, Tn. Kevin Jaggars, Appomattox, Va. Patricia Ann Jaggars, Ripley, Tn. Vivian Carol James, Jackson, Tn. Donald Ray Jarnagin, Union City, Tn. Lisa DeAnn Jarvis, Paducah, Ky Donna Lyn Jensen, Shelbyville. Tn Timothy Alan Jerrolds, Savannah. Tn Denise Carol Johnson, Saulsbury, Tn Hardy Ray Johnson. Saulsbury, Tn Joseph Michael Johnson. Bruceton, Tn Kathryn Anne Joliey, Jackson, Tn. Hal Jones. Memphis, Tn. Vir ginia Ruth Jones, Dyersburg, Tn. Patsy Kay Joyner, Finger, Tn. Laura Dawn Kelley, Waverly, Tn. Anita A. King, Sesser, II. Georgann King, Humboldt, Tn. Lisa Diane King, Medon, Tn. Lori Ann King, Atwood, Tn. James Anthony Kirk, Boliver, Tn. Abner Koehn, Jackson, Tn. Charlene Koehn, Jackson, Tn. Steve Lanier, Humboldt, Tn. Mark Eugene Laster, Memphis, Tn. Mary Agnes Ledbetter, Savannah, Tn. Cynthia Leigh Le Grand, Galax, Va. Jeffrey Kent Lewis, Memphis, Tn. Gordon Lindsey, Lexington, Tn. Angle Little, Jackson, Tn. Kathy Jean Littlejohn, Blue Springs, Ms. Emily Lott, Jackson, Tn. L. Shane Lynch, Camden, Tn. Douglas M. McBay, Jackson, Tn. William McBroum, Jackson, Tn. Wendy McCall, Olive Branch, Ms. Gregory McCloud, Memphis, Tn. Lisa Grace McCoUum, Lexington, Tn. Alison McDonald, Mayfield, Ky. Lois Luther McDonald, Fairfax, Va. John Philip McDougal, Paris, Tn. f Sophomores J 0 m f " - 1 Sara Beth Mcllwain, Somerville, Tn. Lisa McKenzie, Jackson. Tn. Mitzi McKinney. Lewisburg. Tn. Daniel E. McLeod, Nashville, Tn. Stephanie McMurray, Jackson, Tn. Juanita Mann, Jackson, Tn. Mary Kathleen Martin, Humboldt, Tn. Cathy Jane Mayfield, Brighton, Tn. Shvrll Mayo, Wynnburg, Tn. Michael Roy Meredith, Jackson. Tn. Dennis Ray Mitchell, Henry, Tn. Jennifer Sue Moffitt, Lexington, Tn. Timothy Mohon, Clarksville, Tn. James Mason Morse, Jr., Memphis, Tn. Roy Mosley, Waverly, Tn. Sheri Murphy, Trimble, Tn. Don Myers, Somerville, Tn. Patricia Louise Neill, Memphis, Tn. Janet Nowell, Milan, Tn. Tammy Nowlin, Steele. Mo. Marsha Lynn O ' Bryant, Memphis, Tn. Cheryl Renee Oglesby, Robinson, II. Greg Overstreet, Paducah, Ky. Mark Parrish, Memphis, Tn. Esther Patterson, Memphis. Tn. Jennifer Jean Patterson, Cordova, Tn. Mark W. Pendergrass, Memphis, Tn. Donna Perkins. Bruceton, Tn. Amy Phillips, Jackson. Tn. Scarlett Elizabeth Pickens, Jackson, Tn. Teri Lynn Pierce, Paris, Tn. Kathryn H. Pinckley, Calvert City, Ky. James Andrew Pinkston, West Union, II. Lisa G. Pinson. Paris, Tn. Tammi Lou Plunk, Savannah, Tn. David Scot Poindexter, Memphis, Tn. Sammy Posey, Maury City, Tn. Andrea Lynn Powers, Phenix, Al. J. Daryl Presley, Sardis, Tn. Barry Puckett, Paducah, Ky. Patricia K. Quarles. Memphis, Tn. Theresa L. Ramey, Trenton, Tn. Patty Randall, Jackson, Tn. Christie A. Rawdon, Milan, Tn. Darrell Craig Reasons, Memphis, Tn. Scott Allen Reid, Milan, Tn. Stephanie Jean Revelle, Bells, Tn. Lisa Carmen Rice, Covington, Tn. Jon Robertson, Memphis, Tn. Gregory Thomas Robinson, Henderson, Tn. Valerie Rae Rock, Lincoln, II. Mike Rodriguez-Chapman, Antioch, Tn. Tonya Lee Rogers, Jackson, Tn. M. Beth Rollins, Jackson, Tn. Brenda Jane Ross, Waverly, Tn. James Edmond Ross, Henderson, Tn. Katherine Louise Ross, Jackson, Tn. Denise Rowland, Bruceton, Tn. David J. Samples, Fort Washakie, Wy. John R. Senter, Jackson, Tn. Margo Shaw, TuUahoma, Tn. Sabrina Renne Shelton, Bethel, Tn. Harold B. Shoemaker, Jackson, Tn. Ted Siler, Henderson, Tn. Jan Simpson, Brownsville, Tn. Cynthia Lynn Sipes, Jackson, Tn. David Earl Smith, Memphis, Tn. Janet Jill Smith, Milan, Tn. Jeff Smith, Greenfield, Tn. Kerry Dale Smith, Piggott, Ar. Robbie Smith, Ripley, Tn. Thomas E. Smith, Jr., Collierville, Tn. Charles Edward Smothers, Jr., Memphis, Tn. Kelly Sorrell, Dyersburg, Tn. Danita Kay Sparkman, McMinnville, Tn. Phillip E. Stafford, Greenfield, Tn. Leigh Anne Stegall, Jackson, Tn. Richard Stevenson. Shelbyville, Tn. Charlotte Stockton, Beech Bluff, Tn. Richard Sumner, Southaven, Ms. Carol Swafford, Nashville, Tn. Alicia C. Swaim, Covington, Tn. Mark Taylor, Jackson, Tn. Sondra Taylor, Hernando, Ms. Lynda Thomas, Columbus, Ky. Reggie Thomas, Huntingdon, Tn. Ricky Lynn Tillman, Decalurville, Tn. Lori Tims, Jackson, Tn. Marilyn F. Tisdal, Jackson, Tn. Marsha Diane Towater, Jackson, Tn. Kevin Ray Trentham, Jennings, Mo. Greg Tucker, Milan, Tn. Natalie Tucker, Jackson, Tn. Rhonda M. Tucker, Milan, Tn. Cynthia Ellen Turner, Memphis, Tn. Tommy Tyler, Medon, Tn. Winston Varnado, Memphis, Tn. Terri Rochelle Vopel, Memphis, Tn. Beth Coady Wadley, Luray, Tn. Billie Susan Walker, Selmer, Tn. Jeffery Walker, Bethel Springs, Tn. Michelle Dawn Walker, McKenzie, Tn. Peggy Walker, Mayfield, Ky. Avery Tommy Warner, Jackson, Tn. Janet Lynne Watkins, West Memphis, Ar. Mary C. Watkins, McKenzie, Tn. Tammy Watridge, Bells, Tn. Scott Lewis Watson, Marrero, La. Lisa Anne Weaver, Hornsby, Tn. Richard Harold Wells, Jr., Nashville, Tn. Larese White, East Chicago, In. Mary Whitfield, Memphis, Tn. James Todd Wilcox, Pinckneyville, Tn. Greg Williams, Jackson, Tn. Jean Melise Williams, Memphis, Tn. Jerri Allison Williams, Humboldt, Tn. Jimmy Williams, Memphis, Tn. Sandra Lee Wilson, Ripley, Tn. Wendy Wilson, Bruceton, Tn. Samuel Lance Word, Southaven, Ms. Carla C. Wuerpel, Jackson, Tn. Nancy Maria Wuerpel, Jackson, Tn. Jennifer Lynn Yeldell, Memphis, Tn. Lana Younger, McLemoresville, Tn. Sharon Michelle Hunt, Anderson, Ca. (juniors) Class officers, left to right: Karen Hutchison, treasurer; Walt Warren, president; Robbie Carter, vice president; Denise Chappell, secretary. Elana Adams, Cookeville, Tn. Jana Dee Adkisson, Savannah, Tn. Cynthia A. Anderson, Germantown, Tn. Sandra J. Ashe, Selmer, Tn. Jerry Barker, Humboldt, Tn. Kathy Barnes, Somerville, Tn. Martha Barron, Brighton, Tn. William Harold Bass, Jackson, Tn. Cynthia Bivens, New Albany, Ms. Tommy Black, Jackson, Tn. Zandra M. Blackwell, Brownsville, Tn. Kristie Lynn Blurton, Jackson, Tn. Mary Boston, Dyersburg, Tn. Barbara Ann Boyd, Westport, Tn. Lee Andre Boyd, Clarksville, Tn. Steven D. Boyd, Brandenburg, Ky. George Griffin Boyte, Jr., Humboldt, Tn. Katrina Anderson Bradfield, Huron, Tn. Alicia Bradford, Bemis, Tn. Phillip Bridges, Savannah, Tn. Gerry Brittain, Humboldt, Tn. Kenneth Broyles, Savannah, Tn. Anita Carol Bumpas, Holly Springs, Ms. Susan Wynn Bunch, Columbia, Tn. Christie Burns, Waynesboro, Tn. Ronnie Thomas Burton, Lexington, Tn. Melanie Campbell, Shrewsbury, Ma. Stacy E. Campbell, Cleveland, Tn. Randy Lee Canada, Trenton, Tn. David L. Carter, Jackson, Tn. Robbie Carter, Pontotoc, Ms. Jonathan Lee Cawley, Union City, Tn. Denise Chappell, CoUierville, Tn. Janice Chipley, Germantown, Tn. Karen Clenney, Lexington, Tn. Alisa Ann Clift, Burlison, Tn. Christopher Coleman. McKenzie, Tn. John Robert Coleman, Huntingdon, Tn. David Todd Cox, Bolivar. Tn. Linda Denise Craig, Humboldt. Tn. Lisa Crawford. Bolivar, Tn. Pamela Ann Crawley, Alamo. Tn. Brenda Jean Cruce, Troy. Tn. Johnny A. Dandridge, Coldwater, Ms. Sharron Daniel Darnell. Jackson, Tn. Carolyn Sue Davis, Paducah, Ky. Michele Davis, Newbern, Tn. Stephen H. Davis, Percy, II. Cynthia L. Deaton, Jackson. Tn. Phillip T. DePriest, Bemis, Tn. Lisa Deschenes. Jackson, Tn. Paula Diane Diggs. Jackson. Tn. Elizabeth Donnell. Jackson, Tn. Tom Duffey, Big Sandy. Tn. Judith Dungan. Humboldt, Tn. Margaret Adele Dunham, Memphis, Tn. Rachel Lee Dunning, Gleason. Tn. Russell L. Evans. Jr., Jackson, Tn. Benny D. Fesmire, Jr., Jackson, Tn. Yolanda Zaye Fesmire, Lexington, Tn. Diane Flowers, Troy, Tn. Albert Lee F oster, Atoka, Tn. Joe H. Freemem, Jr., Humboldt, Tn. Joanna Garner, Jackson, Tn. Abigayle Gibson, Parsons, Tn. Pamela Williams Giles, Oakfield, Tn. Joey Graves, Camden, Tn. Sherry Griffin, Brighton, Tn. Tina Griggs, Kenton. Tn. Jennifer Haddad, South Fulton. Tn. Ettora Halton, Jackson, Tn. Nicky R. Harcrow, Milan, Tn. Tina Hardaway, Trenton, Tn. Kelly Hardcastle, Memphis, Tn. Eddie Harris, Poplar Bluff, Mo. David Harrison, Dyer, Tn. Jeff Hatcher, Covington, Tn. Timothy T. Haynes, Humboldt, Tn. David Wayne Head, Jr., Jackson, Tn. Iris Hehe, Saltillo, Tn. Becky Heisserer, Chaffee, Mo. Patti Heuiser, Sikeston, Mo. Ronald Hill, Medon, Tn. Karen Hinds, Memphis, Tn. Rhonda Jane HoUins, Shiloh, Tn. Leigh Karen Holman, Trenton, Tn. Lisa Kaye Horton, Bells, Tn. Cassandra M. Howard, Henderson, Tn. Betsy A. Hubert, Bradford, Tn. Randy Hud dleston, Memphis, Tn. Matthew Hudson, Jackson, Tn. Melsene Hudson, Toone, Tn. Audrey Hunt, Jackson, Tn. Donna Marie Hutchison, McKenzie, Tn. Karen Hutchison, Ripley, Tn. Randy Gene Inmon, Hayti, Mo. Charles David Jaynes, Bells, Tn. Robert Alan Johns, Jackson, Tn. Lisa Carol Jones, Toone, Tn. Woody Edward Jones, Lexington, Tn. Linda L. Kemp, Bolivar, Tn. Keith Alan Kincaid, Memphis, Tn. Rhonda R. King, Sesser, II. Vanessa C. King, Saltillo, Tn. Jeff A. Kintner, Memphis, Tn. Carrie Knox, Memphis, Tn, Donald Reed Kwasigroh II, Humboldt, Tn. Phyllis Landreth, Jackson, Tn. Alison K. Langley. Ripley, Tn. Jacquelynn B. Lassiter, Jackson, Tn. Melinda A. Laughlin, Jackson, Tn. Scott Lavelle, Henning, Tn. Jana Kathryn Law, Memphis, Tn. Teresa Marie Lindsey, Jackson, Tn. Dwight Lochridge, Dearborn Heights, Mi. Philip Scott Long, Jackson, Tn. Michael Lynn Lovelady, Hatton, Al. Steve Manesa, Milan, Tn. Darrell Maxwell, Millington, Tn. George E. McCloud III, Memphis, Tn. Richard McCowan, Jackson, Tn. Greg McFadden, Trenton, Tn. Colleen McGinnis, Jackson, Tn. Craig McNatt, Jackson, Tn. Barry Curtis Melton, Eva, Tn. Barry Michael, Jackson, Tn. David Doyle Miller, Waynesboro, Tn. Jay Moffitt, Lexington, Tn. Charles Montgomery, Jr., Jackson, Tn. Gloria J. Montgomery, Towanda, Pa. Elizabeth Moore, Nashville, Tn. Melinda Moore, Bowling Green, Ky. Randall T. Morford, Humboldt, Tn. Bobbie Jean Morrow, Bolivar, Tn. Diane Mosier, Jackson, Tn. Leonard Moss, Covington, Tn. Josephine Mulson, Jackson, Tn. Betsy Siler Murley, Henderson, Tn. Jacqueline Nash, Greenbrier, Tn. Suzanne Nelms, Memphis, Tn. Teresa Ann Nelson, Milan, Tn. Lygia Nicar, Ripley, Tn. David Outlaw, Brownsville, Tn. Deborah Ann Overstreet, Memphis, Tn. Oscar Clayton Owen, McKenz ie, Tn. David L. Parkins, Milan, Tn. Mark Patey, Jackson, Tn. Denise Mareelle Patterson, Jackson, Tn. Susan Joy Perrin, Murray, Ky. Betty Phillips, Rutherford, Tn. Cathy Pinkley, Humboldt, Tn. Elizabeth Ann Pinner, Covington, Tn. David Porter, Trenton, Tn. Jerry Edward Poteete, Jackson, Tn. Keith Potter, Covington, Tn. Brenda Lee Prince, McKenzie, Tn. Joyce Quails, Bells, Tn. Robert A. Rainey, Jackson, Tn. Vann N. Raley, Kingsport, Tn. Johnny Earl Ramsey, Newbern, Tn. r JuniorsJ Steve Rauchle, Milan, Tn. Janice Marie Redding, Memphis, Tn. Janet Reid, Dyersburg, Tn. Garnet Max Roach, Jr., Jackson, Tn. Brenda C. Robertson, Forrest City, Ar. Johnny 0. Robinson, Daytona Beach, Fl. Laura S. Rushing, Pinckneyville, II. Ed Sanford, Humboldt, Tn. Misty Lea Sellers, Jackson, Tn. Deborah Ann Sheehy, Lexington, Tn. Kenny E. Sheilley, Louisville, Ky. Russell E. Shuler, Sand Springs, Ok. Toni Lee Simmons, Morristown, Tn. Lee Simmons, Jackson, Tn. Jeannie Sims, Humboldt, Tn. Carolyn Sisco, Memphis, Tn. Susan Sitton, Memphis, Tn. David Skelton, Crockett Mills, Tn. Anita Smith, Covington, Tn. Karen S. Smith, Jackson, Tn. Kelvin Smith, Henderson, Ky. Todd A. Smith, Paducah, Ky. Jackie Smothers, Ridgely, Tn. Rose Yvonne Snider, Dundas, II. Paul Dixon Sorrell, Brownsville, Tn. Vermelia Amanda Sowell, Clarksville, Tn. Angela K. Stephenson, Bells, Tn. Angela Stewart, Jackson, Tn. David Stewart, Middleton, Tn. Donna Strickland. Huntingdon, Tn. Dave Stults, Waynesboro, Tn. Anita Sue Sutton, Cookeville, Tn. Jeff Taylor, Memphis, Tn. Robert Taylor, Jackson, Tn. Patricia Joyce Tharp, Oakland, Tn. Cheryl Ann Thomas, Jackson, Tn. Ben Thompson, Camden, Tn. Steve Thornton, Memphis, Tn. Cherilyn G. Tilley, Jackson, Tn. Tammy Joy Trexler, Memphis, Tn. Cynthia Ann Turnbo, Waynesboro, Tn. Rose Arden Turner, Humboldt, Tn. Sandra Ann Underwood, Henderson, Tn. Wade Wallace, Brighton, Tn. Walter Gene Warren, Rives, Tn. Sandra Raines Watlington, Jackson, Tn. Timothy Wayne Wheat, Piggott, Ar. Betty J. White, Henderson, Tn. Stephanie Sue White, Trenton, Tn. Robert Eddy Wiggins, West Memphis, Ar. Mike Williams, Memphis, Tn. Brenda Williamson, Morley, Mo. Karen Ann Williamson, Morley, Mo. Sheila Faye Willis, Nashville, Tn. Kenneth Wilson, Memphis, Tn. Sandra Lee Wood, McLemoresville, Tn. Jack Woods, Milan, Tn. Brian Allan Woofers, Gleason, Tn. Beth Ann Wright, Brighton, Tn. Lynn Yarbrough, Steele, Mo. Julie Anne Zeak, Jackson, Tn. Anita Zike, Caseyville, II. Class officers, left to right: Susan Graves, vice president; Phyllis Groom, secretary; Beth Gibson, treasurer; Andy Dailey, president. Jeffery Lynn Adams, Paris, Tn. Shauna Renea Adams, Paris, Tn. David Bard Adkins, Dresden, Tn. Gene Alexander, McKenzie, Tn. Wayne Alexander, Hayti, Mo. Sandra Allen, Newbern, Tn. Carol Ann Ashe, Selmer, Tn. Steven B. Babcock, Mt. Morris, Mi. Keith Bain, Jackson, Tn. Jane M. Barnes, Jackson, Tn. Donna Bell, Lobelville, Tn. Mark Berlin, Memphis, Tn. Rebecca Blankenship, Humboldt, Tn. John Robert Bond, Dennmark, Tn. Terry D. Bradshaw, Jackson, Tn. David Randal Brewer, Dyer, Tn. Phillip Brewer, Jackson, Tn. Billy Joe Brown, Jackson, Tn. Robert H. Brown, Camden SC. Victor Buhler, Lebanon, Tn. Mike BuUington, Jackson, Tn. James Keith Butler, Ramer, Tn. Nancy Byrd, Murfreesboro, Tn. Patricia Rea Cagle, Jackson, Tn. George Michael Calvert, Jackson, Tn. Alan Eugene Campbell, Millington, Tn. Karen Campbell, Greenfield, Tn. Kelly Campbell, Greenfield, Tn. Cynthia Jean Capps, Pinson, Tn. Ronald Carlsen, Jackson, Tn. Kellve Carpenter, Memphis, Tn. RayE. Carroll, Dyer, Tn. Linda Sue Carter, Jackson, Tn. Lisa Caudle, Greenfield, Tn. Vikki Chapman. Humboldt, Tn. Glenda M. Cisco, Jackson, Tn. Donna Miller Clark, Jackson, Tn. John Steven Coke, Sun City, Ca. Sharon Alene Crihfield, Ripley, Tn. Warren Clay Crook, Luray, Tn. Retta Crosson, Jackson, Tn. Joy Lynn Crouse, Greenfield, Tn. Sheila K. Capples, Medon, Tn. John Andrew Dailey, Jackson, Tn. Nancy Elizabeth DeLoach, Humboldt, Tn. Roxie Denniston, Somerville, Tn. Donna Jane Dixon, Birmingham, Al. Leslee Dixon, Union City. Tn. Jeffery Duane Dobbins, Millington, Tn. George Bryan Dodson, Memphis, Tn. Holly Luann Dodson, Henderson, Tn. David Dorris, Covington, Tn. Angela Elizabeth Dotson, Jackson. Tn. Robert Doyle, Hornsby. Tn. Annette Augusta Edmonds, Big Stone Gap, Va. Judy Elaine Escue, Jackson, Tn. Tracy Evans, Jackson, Tn. Martha Farris, Henderson, Tn. Paula Jayne Fesmire, Jackson, Tn. Denise A. Finley, Saltillo, Tn. Elvin W. Foddrill, Jackson, Tn. Christine Ann Fowler, Nassau, Bahamas Sandra Leigh Fowler, Metropolis, II. Lorraine Francis, Nassau, Bahamas Janice Joy Garner, Germantown, Tn. Tracy Alison Garrett, Huntingdon, Tn. Elizabeth Howard Gibson, Humboldt, Tn. Mary Alice Gibson, Parsons, Tn. Robert Lynn Gibson, Toone, Tn. Ronnie Gaylon Giddens, Jr., Jackson, Tn. Kimberly Jo Gilmer, Pensacola, Fl. Carol Ann Glendenning, Hollow Rock, Tn. Joanne Glover, Jackson, Tn. Cheryl Goodman, Jackson, Tn. Brenda Goodwill, Cleveland, Tn. Terry Joseph Gossett, Leicester, NC Susan Graves, Dyersburg, Tn. Tina Graves, Milan, Tn. Barry Greenlee, Paris, Tn. Mike Greer, Camden, Tn. David Gregory, Pontotoc, Ms. Phyllis Ann Groom, Memphis, Tn. Tami J. Hamilton, Jackson, Tn. Terri Lynne Hamilton, Bemis, Tn. Crystal Rae Hankla, Pinckneyville, II. Sharon Yvonne Hardin, Lewisburg, Tn. Amelia S. Harris, Jackson, Tn. Vickie B. Harvey, Jackson, Tn. Pamela R. Heatherly, Memphis, Tn. Patricia Jenkins, Jackson, Tn. Tony Jenkins, Memphis, Tn. Jetta Ann Jimerson, Paris, Tn. Angelina Irene Johnson, Dayton, Oh. Steve Helms, Scotts Hill, Tn. Elizabeth Heuiser, Sikeston, Mo. Donald L. Hickman, Halls, Tn. Camille Hill, Medon, Tn. Terry Lyn Hill, Denmark, Tn. Robert Roy Hoehn, Waverly, Tn. Robert L. Holbrook, Jr., Milan, Tn. Kenny Holt, Jackson, Tn. Randel B. Houston, Marion, II. Carole C. Howard, Covington, Tn. Ralph M. Hughes III, Waynesboro, Tn Ricky Isbell, Trimble, Tn. Lisa L. Jackson, Memphis, Tn. Rob Jackson, Tupelo, Ms. Linda A. Jarnagin, Selmer, Tn. r Seniors J Linda Johnson, Memphis, Tn. Mark Johnson, Jackson, Tn. Phillip S. Johnson, Lexington, Tn. Robert E. Johnson, Jackson, Tn. Anthony Jones, Marion, II. Debbie J. Jones, Mt. Juliet, Tn. Dennis Jones, Jackson, Tn. Janalyn Jones. Dyersburg, Tn. Sandra Sue Jones, Halls, Tn. Victor Jones, Dyer, Tn. Sandra Kelly, Henderson, Tn. Douglas A. Kendall, Memphis, Tn. Dearled D. King, Pinson, Tn. Joseph P. LaGesse, Bourbonnais, II. SaraJi Nell Langford, Humboldt, Tn. John Larrison, Karnak, II. Martin Larson, Parson, Tn. Ronnie Lasley, Jackson, Tn. Bob Layman, Jackson, Tn. Randy Leach, Humboldt, Tn. Troy Leach, Jackson, Tn. Lynn Leach, Bradford, Tn. Mary Lewelling, Memphis, Tn. Donna Rasberry Lewis, Trenton, Tn. Lauri E. Fuller Lewis, Darden, Tn. Ruth Lincoln, Hernando, Ms. Stacy Montgomery Lis, Jackson, Tn. Cindy Loftiss, Hernando, Ms. Mark Mangrum, Fairview, Tn. Denise Godwin Mallette, Jackson, Tn. f Seniors J Stevan Randall Martin, Jackson, Tn. Judy G. Marvel, Trumann, Ar. Kirby Matheney, Jackson, Tn. Ann Stricklin Maxwell, Jackson, Tn. Dana Gay Maxwell, Jackson, Tn. Gregory L. Mayo, Jackson, Tn. Kathy Mayo, Wynnburg, Tn. Andrea Louise McCadams, Enville, Tn. Rhonda McCoy, Tiplesville, Ms. Lisa Anne McDaniel, Whiteville, Tn. Mary Annette McKee, Lexington, Tn. Donna R. McKenzie, Humboldt, Tn. Anthony Ray Michael, Greenfield, Tn. John Richard Miller, Brownsville, Tn. Mark R. Miller, Lexington, Tn. Scottie Mitchell, Jackson, Tn. Yvonne H. Moody, Jackson, Tn. Stephen B. Moore, Jackson, Tn. Carol Ann Morris, Clarksville, Tn. Cheryl Mosley, Whitwell, Tn. Tonya Moss, Union City, Tn. Linda Marie Myers, Henry, Tn. Denise Lynn Nanney, Germantown, Tn. Dianne Neely, Bolivar, Tn. Paulette Neely, Jackson, Tn. Erin Johnston Newton, Jacksi n, Tn. Luanne Palmer, Waverly, Tn. Steve Patterson, Jackson, Tn. Janet Carol Pearson, Humboldt, Tn. Ramona Phelan, Rutherford, Tn. Jan Phillips, Sardis, Tn. Thomas Ashley Pinner, Covington, Tn. E. Scott Powers, Selmer, Tn. Kathy Jean Pride, Dyersburg, Tn. Charla Ramey, Trenton, Tn. John G. Raynor, Madison, Tn. Nancy Reid, Brownsville, Tn. David T. Reynolds, Dresden, Tn. Melanie Rickman, Lexington, Tn. David John Roberts, Paris, Tn. , . : Mary Martin Roby, Pauls Valley, Ok. Floyd A. Rowe, Perry, Ga. Joe Rutherford, Bartlett, Tn. Charles Ryals, Jr., Joiner, Ar. Janet Shankle Ryals, Joiner, Ar. Pam Ryan, Memphis, Tn. Stephanie Sadler, Humboldt, Tn. William A. Salmon, Paris, Tn. Anna D. Scarbrough, Humboldt, Tn. David Schanuel, Jackson, Tn. Gregory Schools, Granby, Ct. Charles Bret Scott, CoUierville, Tn. Kim Smith Scott, Newbern, Tn. Mary Helen Scott, Jackson, Tn. Mary Marie Scott, Jackson, Tn. Stephanie Anne Scott, Medon, Tn. Robert Louis Sharp, Vero Beach, Fl. Ira Wilburn Simmons IV, Dyersburg, Tn. Jeffery Russell Simpson, Savanmh, Tn. William Howard Sims III, Humboldt, Tn. Jack Sinclair, BrownviUe, Tn. Alan Ray Smith, Memphis, Tn. Mary E. Smith. Jackson, Tn. Mary Janice Smith, Covington, Tn. Paul Stanley Smith, Henderson, Tn. Ronnie Smith, Jackson, Tn. Terry Smith, Ravenden Springs, Ar. Dianne Smothers, Pinson, Tn. Christi Sparkman, Trenton, Tn. Kenneth Franklin Spray, Covington, Tn. Lois Starkey, Carrier Mills, II. Jeffrey Wayne Stephens, Jackson, Tn. Melba Fay Stephenson, Paris, Tn. Lisa Diane Stewart, Middleton, Tn. Teresa Stewart, Atwood, Tn. Thomas Strong III, Linden, Tn. Gail Louise Sturdivant, Medon, Tn. Stephanie Swearingen, Dresden, Tn. Terry Swindell, Bradford, Tn. Sue Taylor, Milan, Tn. Daryl Thetford, Bradford, Tn. Sylvia Theus, Jackson, Tn. Mike Thomas, Memphis, Tn. Joseph A. Thomason, Hornsby, Tn. Kenneth Wayne Tillman, Decaturville, Tn. Jeanie Troutman, Ellendale, Tn. ' jk ,« ov Donna J. Tuten, Bath Springs, Tn. Lela K. Utley, Mineral Wells, Tx. Robert Vaughn, Jackson, Tn. Mike Wakefield, Cabool, Mo. Carol Walker, Memphis, Tn. Tina Walker, Buena Vista, Tn. Kevin Wallace, Pontotoc, Ms. Susan Tacker Wallace, Darden, Tn. Lynn Walls, Trenton, Tn. Robert Warren, Amherst, Oh. Kelly Weaver, Oakfield, Tn. LuAnne Webb, Ripley, Tn. David Clayton Whitt, Waynesboro, Tn. Tracy Wilkins, Antioch, Tn. Brenda L. Williams, Paragould, Ar. Lisa Marie WUliams, Memphis, Tn. Madalyn Riley Williams, Jackson, Tn. Wade Avery Willis, GoodlettsviUe, Tn. Beverly Diane Wilson, Hendersonville, Tn. Jenny Wilson, Gleason, Tn. Marta Wilson, Lexington, Tn. Suzanne Marie Wilson, GoodlettsviUe, Tn. Kim Wolfe, Savannah, Tn. George Allen Woodhouse, Corinth, Ms. Associate of Science Bachelor Class officers, standing: Jeanna George, secretary; Shelia Higgins, student affairs representative; Vicky Harvey, president; Sherry Grouse, treasurer; Rita Escue, faculty representative; Leta Collins, historian; Erlene Kirkpatrick, faculty adviser, Miriam Agee, S.G.A. representative; seated, Patricia Cagle, vice president. Miriam Rose Agee, Lebanon, Tn., A.S.N. Ginger Armour, Henderson, Tn., A.S.N. David Baggett, Brownsville, Tn., A.S.N. Teresa Gayle Buie, Brownsville, Tn., A.S.N. Patricia Rea Cagle, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N. Leta Collins, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N. Brenda Kay Cook, Henderson, Tn., A.S.N. Judy A. Criner, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N. Linda J. Crockett, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N. Tammy Leigh Cross, Memphis, Tn., A.S.N. Sherry R. Crouse, Greenfield, Tn., A.S.N. Thomas Diamond, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N. Sherri Dillingham, Cleveland, Tn., A.S.N. Donna Dunavant, Alamo, Tn., A.S.N. Barbara Edwards, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N. Rita Kaye Escue, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N. Alicia Fletcher, Henderson, Tn., A.S.N. Dorothy Flowers, Jackson, Tn,, A.S.N. Tracie Flynn, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N. Marsha Nell Forsyth, Humboldt, Tn., A.S.N. of Science in Nursing Graduates Kimberly S. Gainer, Lexington, Tn., A.S.N. Jeanna George, Milan, Tn., A,S,N. James Ray Goodrum, Selmer, Tn., A.S.N. Alice E. Hendrix, Bolivar, Tn., A.S.N. Deborah Lynn Isbell, Union City, Tn., A.S.N. Tina Lynn Jones, Mason, Tn., A.S.N. Betty King, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N. 1 Hj Rebecca McCool, Brownsville, Tn., A.S.N. Glenda McMahan, Lexington, Tn., A.S.N. :.limf " f Deborah J. Maness, Martin, Tn., A.S.N. Mary Lou Moore, Kenton, Tn., A.S.N. Karen Morris, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N. Sandra Nance, Bruceton, Tn., A.S.N. Delia S. Nichols, Bells, Tn„ A.S.N. Oleta Randolph, Whiteville, Tn., A.S.N. Molly Ray, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N. Teresa Rhea, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N Victoria Saddler, Washington, II., A.S.N. Cassandra Savage, Medon, Tn., A.S.N, Maria Scheller, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N Mary E. Scott, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N B. Jane Senter, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N Cindy SherriU, Henderson, Tn., A.S.N Joyce H. Spain, Cedar Grove, Tn., A.S.N, Tara Jo Spain, Greenbriar, Tn.. A.S.N Nan Ellen Steele, Alamo, Tn., A.S.N, Lisa Marie Terry, Saltillo, Tn., A.S.N Tommie Powell Tidwell, Finley, Tn., A.S.N Tymara Trimmer, Humboldt, Tn., A.S.N Karen Rose Waldrop, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N Cheryl Ann Wallace, Bolivar, Tn., A.S.N Denise Warford, Kevil, Ky., A.S.N Kay Wheeler, Lenoir City, Tn., A.S.N Marsha Williams, Jackson, Tn., A.S.N Linda Woody, Scotts Hill, Tn., A.S.N Robert Wyatt, Brownsville, Tn., A.S.N Dottie Sanders Arnold, Pikesville, Tn., B.S.N Hazel Brown Childers, New Albany, Ms., B.S.N Kelley C. Churchill, Caruthersville, Mo., B.S.N Melinda Day, Jackson, Tn., B.S.N Karen Emiaon, Bells, Tn., B.S.N Beverlyann Milam, Jackson, Tn., B.S.N Joyce Morris, Milein, Tn., B.S.N Leeann Redmond, Nashville, Tn., B.S.N Susan Beeler Walker, Jackson, Tn., B.S.N Gayle Williams, Memphis, Tn., B.S.N, Senior Index BYRD, NANCY AMANDA ... B.A., Social Work; Minor, Psychology - Sociology; Chi Omega; B.S.U.; Psychology Club: Vice-President 4; Sociology Club; Linguae Mundi; S.G.A.: Senator. ADAMS, JEFFERY L. . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor, Business Administration and Computer Science. ADAMS, SHAUNA R. . . . B.A., English; Minor, History; Phi Alpha Theta: Secretary treasurer; History club: vice-president; 1982 History Research award; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates. ADKINS, DAVID BARD . . . B.A., English Journalism; Minor. Speech; Lambda Chi Alpha: Secretary; Fraternity Educator 3; President 4; Phi Mu Alpha: Executive Alumnae Secretary 4; S.G.A.: Senator 3; Interfraternity Council; Cardinal and Cream: staff 3; Chorus, Intramurals; U.U. Dean ' s List. AGEE, MIRIAM ROSE . . . A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Lamplighters. ALEXANDER, EUGENE K. Ill . . . B.A., Psychology; Minor, Music; Phi Mu Alpha: Historian; Senator; Psychology Club; C.R.V.; S.G.A.: Senator; Dorm Council; Senator; Chorus; Symphonic Band. ALLEN, SANDRA . . . B.S., Elementary Education; S.T.E.A. ARMOUR, GINGER F. . . . A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; Lamplighters; S.G.A. ARNOLD, DOTTIE SANDERS . . . B.S.N., Nursing. ASHE, CAROL ANN . . . B.S., Psychology and Social Sciences; Minor, Secondary Education; B.S.U.; B.S.U. Choir; B.Y.W.; History Club; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; S.T.E.A.; C.R.V.; Chorus. B BABCOCK, STEVEN BENJAMIN . . . B.S., Accounting and Religion; Minor, Business Administration; C.R.V. BAGGETT, DAVID BRANNON . . . A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; Lamplighters. BARNES, JANE M. . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor, Management Marketing. BARRIS, SARAH BETH . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. BELL, DONNA SUE . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Economics Finance; Phi Beta Lambda; B.S.U. ; S.G.A.: Sena tor; Dorm Council: Senator; Chorus; U.U. Dean ' s List. BLANKENSHIP, REBECCA GAYLE . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.Y.W.; S.T.E.A.; Pianist for the Children ' s Show " The Near-Sighted Knight and the Far-Sighted Dragon " ; U.U. Dean ' s List. BRADSHAW, TERRY DEAN . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, History; C.R.V. BREEDLOVE, JIMMY D. . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, Physical Education; Ministerial Association; History Club; C.R.V.; Baseball. BREWER, DAVID RANDAL . . . B.A., Computer Science and Math; Alpha Chi, Phi Mu Alpha: Treasurer 2; Phi Alpha Theta; Kappa Mu Epsilon: President; Treasurer; B.S.U.; A. CM.: Treasurer 2; S.G.A.: Senator; Chorus; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. BREWER, PHILIP THOMAS . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Marketing Management; Alpha Tau Omega: Worth Keeper of the Annals; Golf. BUHLER, VICTOR ALLEN . . . B.A., English Journalism; Minor, Religion; Sigma Tau Delta: President; C.R.V.; Cardinal and Cream: Assistant Editor. A.S.N., Nursing; Lam bda Chi Alpha Crescent; BUIE, TERESA GAYLE Lamplighters; Chorus. BURROUGHS, PAULA DAIR . . . B.S., Psychology; Minor, Music; Sigma Alpha Iota: Senator; B.S.U.; Psychology Club; Drama; Chorus; U.U. Singers. BUTLER, JAMES KEITH . . . B.S.. Chemistry; Minor, Biology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Warden 1; Correspondent 2; Vice-President 3; President 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon: Vice-President; Sigma Zeta: Founder Member 2; Vice-President 3; Dorm Council: Men ' s Vice-President; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Best Pledge; National Register for Outstanding College Graduates; Who ' s Who. CAGLE, PATRICIA REA . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters: Vice-President; Nursing Class Vice-President 1,2; Faculty-Student Advisor: 1. CALVERT, GEORGE MICHALE . . . B.A., Sociology and Religion; C.R.V. CAMPBELL, ALAN EUGENE . . . B.S., Business and Physical Education and Health; Zeta Tau Alpha: Zeta Man; B.S.U.; F.C.A.; P.E. Club; U Club; S.G.A.: Senator; Class Vice-President 2; Basketball; Tennis: Intramurals; Golf: Intramurals; Cross Country; Intramural Athlete of the Year. CAMPBELL, KAREN . . . B.A., English Journalism; Minor, Speech; Alpha Chi: Vice-President; President; Sigma Tau Delta: Vice President; Torch Editorial Staff; B.S.U.: Drama Chairman; Choir; Cardinal and Cream: Associate Editor; Editor; Lest We Forget: Associate Editor; Basketball: Statistician for Lady Bulldogs; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. CAMPBELL, KELLY . . . B.A., Sociology; Minor, Religion; Sociology Club; C.R.V.; U.U. Dean ' s List. CAPPS, CYNTHIA JEAN . . . B.S., Computer Science; Minor, Accounting. CARPENTER, MARTHA KELLYE . . . B.A., English Journalism; Minor, Speech; Chi Omega; Alpha Tau Omega: Little Sister; Alpha Psi Omega; Sigma Tau Delta; Footlights; Cardinal and Cream: Editor 4; Roles in three Plays; Cheerleader; National Register of Outstanding CUege Graduates. CARROLL, RAYMOND EVANS . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, Greek. CARTER, LINDA SUE . . . B.S., Psychology; Minor, Secondary Education and Special Education; Pi Gamma Mu; Psychology Club; S.T.E.A.; S.G.A. ; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. CAUDLE, LISA CAROLE . . . B.S., Health and Physical Education; Minor, Secondary Education; Alpha Chi; S.T.E.A.; P.E. Club; U Club; B.S.U.; F.C.A.: Secretary-Treasurer; Basketball: All Volunteer Athletic Conference Western Division; AU-VSAC; VSAC All-Tournament Team; All-State; VSAC Most 201 Valuable Player; All-District 24; NAIA National Player of the Week; Rebound Award; Free Throw Award; Field Goal Award; Assist Award; NAIA Academic All-American; NAIA First Team All American; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who; Athletics Committee; Tennessee Association for Health, P.E., and Recreation. CHILDERS, HAZEL BROWN . . . B.S., Nursing. CHURCHILL, KELLEY CURTIS . . . B.S.N., Nursing; Lambda Chi Alpha: Little Sister; President of Crescent Club; History Club; Sociology Club; Lamplighters. CISCO, GLENDA M. . . . B.S., Office Admini .-iuin; Minor, Secondary Education; U.U. Dean ' s List. COLLINS, MARY LETA GOBY . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters; B.S.U.; S.G.A. CONDER, MELISSA DIANE . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. COOK, BRENDA KAY ... A.SN., Nursing; Zeta Tau Alpha: Music Chairman; Lamplighters; Personalities of the South. COPE, SANDRA LEE CROMWELL . . . B.S., Accounting and Business Administration; Zeta Tau Alpha: Ritual Chairman; Phi Beta Lambda; S.G.A. : Senator; U.U. Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. COPE, SHARON GAIL . . . B.S. Business: Minor, Office Administration; Chi Omega: Rush Assistant; Phi Beta Lambda; S.G.A. CRINER, JUDY ANNETTE . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. CROSS, TAMMY LEIGH . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. GROUSE, JOY LYNNE . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor, Business Administra- tion; Chi Omega; Phi Beta Lambda; B.S.U.; F.C.A.; S.G.A.: Senator; Campus Favorite; Cross Country. CROUSE, SHERRY RENE . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Chi Omega: Best Pledge; F.C.A.; Lamplighters: Treasurer. CUPPLES, SHEILA KAY . . . B.S., Elementary Education; S.T.E.A. D DAILEY, JOHN ANDREW ... B.S., Psychology; Minor, Sociology; Chi Omega: Wise Guy; Alpha Tau Omega: Vice-President; Secretary; Rush Chairman; Pledge Trainer; President of Pledge Class; Psychology Club; Sigma Zeta; S.G.A.: Senator; Sophomore Class President; Senior Class att 8i,|: $f a. ' it h: ' ii ' :h it President; Interfraternity Council: President; Campus Favorite; Cheerleader: Men ' s Captain; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates; Miss Union: Lighting Director; Technical Director; Producer; Co-Director. DELOACH, NANCY ELIZABETH ... B.S., Elementary Education; Chi Omega: Assistant Pledge Trainer; Social Chairman; Alpha Tau Omega: Little Sister; Social Chairman; S.T.E.A.; Judicial Council. DENNIS, BARRY TAYLOR . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. DENNISTON, ROXIE LYNNE ... B.S., Accounting; Minor, Business Administration; Zeta Tau Alpha; Tennis: Division Winner at VSAC Tournament. A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. . A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; Lamp- DIAMOND, THOMAS STEPHEN , DILLINGHAM, SHERRI KAREL l ighters; C.R.V.; Summer Missions. DIXON, DONNA JANE . . . B.S., Computer Science; Minor, Accounting and Mathematics; Lambda Chi Alpha: Little Sister; Secretary Treasurer of Crescent Club; Kappa Mu Epsion: Secretary; A.C.M.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. DIXON, RUTH LESLEE ... B.S., Business Administration and Social Work; Chi Omega: Treasurer; Intramurals; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Beta Lambda; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; S.G.A. DORRIS, DAVIS W. . . . B.S., Sociology; Minor, Psychology; Alpha Tau Omega: Pledge Class Vice-President; B.S.U.; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; C.R.V.; Dorm Council: President; Vice-President; Chorus. DOTSON, ANGELA ELIZABETH . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Minor, Religion; B.S.U.: Choir; Backyard Bible Club; Missions Chairperson; Drama; Puppets; C.R.V.; Lest We Forget: Staff Member. DUNAVANT, DONNA . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lambda Chi Alpha: Crescent; Lamplighters; B.S.U. E,F ESCUE, RITA KAYE . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Alpha Chi; Lamplighters; Honor Student Association; Curriculum Committee, Student Representative to TNA in Nashville; Southern Regional Honors Conference. FINLEY, DENISE ANN . . . B.S., Physical Education and Health; Minor, Secondary Education; P.E. Club. FLETCHER, ALICIA ANN . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Zeta Tau Alpha; B.S.U.; Lcunplighters; Chorus; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. FLYNN, TRACIE DARMSTAEDTER A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. ... A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; FORSYTH, MARCHA BALLENTINE Lamplighters. FOWLER, SANDRA LEIGH . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Secondary Education; Honors; Alpha Chi; Sigma Alpha Iota: President; B.S.U.: Missions Chairman; B.Y.W.: Missions Support Chairman; S.T.E.A.; Summer Missions; Dorm Council: Secretary; Chorus; Symphonic Band; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; C.R.V.; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates. FRANCIS, LORRAINE EVANGELINE . . . B.A., Business Administration; Minor, Economics and Finance; Phi Beta Lambda; International Club; Black Christian Fellowship; " Brave Little Tailor. " G GARNER, KIMBERLY SUSAN . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. GARRETT, TRACY ALISON . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Office Management; Zeta Tau Alpha: Intramural Director; Historian - Reporter; Judicial; Phi Beta Lambda; B.S.U., U Club; Junior Class Treasurer; Basketball; Cross Country. GEORGE, JEANNA MARIE . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters: Secretary; S.G.A.: Freshman Dorm Senator; Dorm Council. GIBSON, ELIZABETH HOWARD . . . B.S., Psycholgy; Minor, Sociology; Chi Omega: Assistant Secretary; Social and Civic Committee: Psychology Club; Sociology Club; S.T.E.A.; S.G.A.: Entertainment Committee; Senior Class Officer; Lest We Forget: Greek Section; Cross Country; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates; All-Sing; Intramurals. GIBSON, MARY ALICE . . . B.S., Psychology and Elementary Education; Minor, Sociology; B.S.U.; B.Y.W,; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; S.T.E.A.; Lest We Forget; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. GIBSON, ROBERT LYNN . . . B. S., Social Work; Minor, Sociology; B.S.U.: Missions Committee; C.R.V.; Missions; Lest We Forget; Sociology Club. GILLIAM, JANET ELAINE . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. GILMER, KIMBERLY JO . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; S.T.E.A.; Chorus. GLENDENNING, CAROL ANN . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.: Mission Action, Secretary; Footlights; S.T.E.A.: senator; Nursing Home Ministry; B.Y.W. Backyard Bible Club; Chorus; U.U. Dean ' s List. GLISSON, CHERYL MOSLEY . . GLOVER, JOANNE FORSYTHE . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. . B.S., Elementary Education; S.T.E.A. GRAVES, SUSAN JANE . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Secondary Education; Alpha Chi; Sigma Alpha Iota: President, Vice President; B.S.U.: Choir pianist 2; C.R.V.; Class Offices: senior class vice president; Dorm Council: senator; Campus Favorite 2; Drama: H.M.S. Pinafore, Bertha; U.U. Singers: president, vice president; Covenant; Scholastic Awards: National Register of Outstanding College Graduates; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. GRAVES, TINA LEANN . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Minor, Church Recreation and Activities, Library Endorsement; B.S.U.; Footlights; S.T.E.A.: vice president 4; C.R.V.; S.G.A.: Senator 3. GREENLEE, BARRY A. . . . B.A., Psychology and Music Literature; SAE 4; Phi Mu Alpha: Pledge Treasurer 1; Vice President; B.S.U.; Drama; Director of Ensemble; Psychology Club; C.R.V.; Chorus; U.U. Singers; Stage Band; Opera; Bertha. GREER, MICHAEL LYNN . . . B.S., Health and Physical Education; Minor, Secondary Education; F.C.A.; Campus Favorite; Basketball. GREGORY, DAVID WAYNE . . . B.S., Health and Physical Education; Minor, Secondary Education; Alpha Tau Omega: Worthy Sentinel; F.C.A.; P.E. Club; Baseball. GROOM, PHYLLIS ANN . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Chi Omega Social and Civic, Lodge Manager 3,4; Footlights; S.T.E.A.; Vice President S.G.A.: Treasurer; Secretary; Chorus; U.U. Singers; Scholastic Awards: National Register of Outstanding College Graduates. H Alpha: Zeta Man; Alpha Tau Omega: Social Chairman; B.S.U.; F.C.A.; Linguae Mundi; S.G.A.: Senator; Lest We Forget; Cheerleader: Captain. HARVEY, VICKIE BLOUNT . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters: President; Second Year Nursing, President. HELTON, ALICIA BRADFORD . HENDRIX, ALICE ELIZABETH A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. HEUISER, ELIZABETH LYNN . . . B.S., Accounting and Business Administration; Minor, Office Administration; Zeta Tau Alpha: President; Corresponding Secretary; Alpha Tau Omega: Little Sister; Scrapbook Chairman; Phi Beta Lambda; Vice-President; NPC: Panhellenic Council: Social; Publications; S.G.A.: Senator; Junior Class Secretary; Campus Favorite; Zeta Tau Alpha Outstanding President Award; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Miss Union, Who ' s Who. HIGGINS, SHEILA GIBBS . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. HILL, TERRY LYN . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Physical Education and Health; Phi Beta Lambda; P.E. Club; Black Christian Fellowship; Chorus. HOLBROOK, ROBERT LEONARD, JR. . . . B.S., Computer Science and Business Administration; Phi Beta Lambda; A.C.M. I HAMILTON, TAMI JEAN . . . B.A., English Journalism; Minor, Speech; Sigma Tau Delta; B.S.U.; West Tennessee Regional Representative for State; Puppet Chairman; Off-Campus Chairman, Drama Team; Council; C.R.V.; Lest We Forget: Organization Section Editor; Humanities and The Arts Second Place Poetry Winner. HAMILTON, TERRI LYNNE . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Chi; B.S.U.; S.T.E.A.; Chorus; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. HANKLA, CRYSTAL RAE . . . B.A., English; Minor, Secondary Education; Alpha Psi Omega: Secretary; Sigma Tau Delta: Treasurer; B.S.U.: Nursing Home Ministry; Drama Team; B.Y.W.; Footlights: Secretary; Treasurer; Psychology Club; S.T.E.A.; Prexy Club; Lest We Forget; Chorus; Drama: Make-Up for The Importance of Being Earnest; Antigone; The Twin Menaechmi, Two by Two; God ' s Favorite, The Nearsighted Knight and the Far-sighted Dragon; Androcles and The Lion; The Good Doctor; The Apple Tree; Assistant to the Director: lndroc7es and The Lion; Best Pledge: Alpha Psi Omega. HARDIN, SHARON YVONNE ... B.S., Elementary Education; Minor, Special Education; Art Guild; History Club; S.T.E.A.; Black Christian Fellowship; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. HARRIS, AMELIA S. . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor, Business Administration; ACT Scholarship; Special Talents Award. HARRISON, DAVID VAUGHN . . . B.A., Business and French; Zeta Tau ISBELL, DEBBIE LYNN . . . A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; Lamplighters. ISBELL, RICKY DAVIS . . . B.M., Sacred Music; Minor, Music Theory; Phi Mu Alpha: President; Chaplain; C.R.V.; Chorus; U.U. Singers: President; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; Proclamation. JACKSON, ROBERT DEVERR, JR. . . . B.M., Sacred Music; Minor, Music Theory; Phi Mu Alpha: Pledge Class President; President; Minister of Music Association: Vice President; C.R.V.; Chorus; U.U. Singers; Symphonic Band; Covenant. JENKINS, RICHARD ANTHONY . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, History; Honors; Alpha Chi; Alpha Psi Omega; Footlights; History Club; C.R.V.; Lest We Forget: Photographer; Drama: Director ' s Assistant; Technical Staff; Roles in The Importance of Being Earnest; Antigone; The Twin Menaechmi; Aladdin and His Magic Lamp; Lighting Director, 1982 Miss Union Pageant; Cheerleader; National Dean ' s List. JIMMERSON, JETTA ANN . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Secondary Education; Lambda Chi Alpha: Crescent; Secretary; Sigma Alpha Iota: Sargeant at Arms; Footlights; History Club; S.T.E.A.; Drama: Role in Two 203 By Two; Chorus; U.U. Singers: Librarian; Stage Band: Vocalist; U.U. Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. JOHNSON, ANGELINA IRENE . . . B.A., Art; Minor, Secondary Education; Kappa Pi: Treasurer; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Art Guild: Vice President; Dorm Council: Vice-President; President; Campus Favorite; Miss Tennessee 1981; 1981 International Youth in Achievement; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges; Resident Life Board. JOHNSON, LINDA ARNETTE . . . B.A., Office Administration; Minor, History; Phi Beta Lambda: Historian; B.S.U.: Backyard Bible Club; B.Y.W.: Social Director; Footlights; History Club; Linguae Mundi; Black Christian Fellowship: Secretary; Drama: The Nearsighted Knight and the Farsighted Dragon; Androcles and the Lion; Upper Ten Percent Award. JOHNSON, PHILLIP SIDNEY . . . B.S., Health and Physical Education; Minor, Secondary Education; Baseball: Second Team All West Tennesse. JONES, ANTHONY RAY . . . B.S., Physical Education; Minor, Secondary Education; Basketball: 1982 Most Valuable Player. JONES, JANALYN . . . B.M., Voice; Minor, English; Chi Omega: President; Assitant Personnel; Song Leader; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Little Sister; Alpha Chi; Sigma Alpha Iota: Soial Chairman; Ways and Means; Sigma Tau Delta; S.G.A.: Dorm Senator; Sophomore Class Secretary; Dorm Council; Roles in Pirates of Penzance; H.M.S. Pinafore: Chorus; U.U. Singers; Stage Band: Vocalist; Symphonic Band; Specified Music Award; U.U. Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who; Miss Union University Pageant Candidate; Panhellenic Council: Public Relations; Program Chairman for Homecoming 1980-81; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates. JONES, TINA L. Chorus. , A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Lamplighters; S.G.A.; JONES, VICTOR MARTIN . . . B.S., Management and Marketing; Minor, Finance Economics; Alpha Tau Omega, F.C.A.; U Club, Baseball. K,L KING, BETTY MOORE . . . A.S.N., Nursing; LampHghters. LANGFORD, SARAH NELL . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Computer Science; Lambda Chi Alpha: Crescent; B.Y.W.; History Club: Reporter; A.C.M.; Chorus. LEACH, RANDY GLEN . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor, Computer Science. LEACH, VALERIE LYNN . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Minor, K-3 Endorsement; S.T.E.A.; B.S.U.: Council; Social Chairman; B.Y.W.: Publicity Committee; Social Chairman; S.G.A.: Entertainment Committee; Chorus. LEWELLING, MARY FRANCES . . . B.A., Elementary Education; Minor, Kindergarten Endorsement; B.S.U.: Council; B.Y.W.: Secretary; Mission Study; President; Footlights; S.T.E.A.; Chorus; Prexy Club; Intramurals; B.S.U. Nursing Home Ministry. LEWIS, DONNA LEANN . . . B.A., History; Minor, Secondary Education and Sociology; Alpha Chi; Phi Alpha Theta; History Club: Secretary; S.T.E.A.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. LEWIS, LAURA ELAINE FULLER . . . B.A., English Journalism; Minors, Business Administration, Business Education, Office Administration, and Secondary Education; Alpha Chi; Sigma Tau Delta: Charter Member; Secretary; B.S.U. ; B.Y.W.; Prexy Club; Cardinal and Cream; Lest We Forget: Editor; Associate Editor; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who; Intramurals. LINCOLN, RUTH ANN . . . B.A., Elementary Education; Minor, Special Education; Alpha Tau Omega: Little Sister: President; B.S.U.: Secretary; F.C.A.; Footlights; S.T.E.A.; Dorm Council: Vice-President; Cheerleader: Spirit Captain. LIS, STACY MONTGOMERY ... B.A., Management Marketing and Psychology; Minor, History; Zeta Tau Alpha: Activities Chairman; Phi Beta Lambda; History Club; Psychology Club; Taylor Pre-Legal Society; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. M B.S.U.; A.C.M; Chorus. McCOY, RHONDA A B.S., Elementary Education; Minor, Kindergarten Endorsement; S.T.E.A.; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.: Missions Support. McKENZIE, ROBERT EUGENE, JR. Accounting; A. CM.; Stage Band. MANNESS, DEBORAH JANE . . . Chairman; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; C.R.V. B.S., Computer Science and A.S.N., Nursing; Zeta Tau Alpha: Spirit MANGRUM, MARK WOODSON ... B.A., Religion; Minor, Church Recreation; B.S.U.: Off-Campus Ministries Director; Ministerial Association; History Club; Prexy Club; C.R.V.; S.G.A.: Treasurer; President; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Judicial Council; Student Affairs Committee; Summer Missions; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates. McCLOUD, GEORGE E., Ill . . . B.S., Computor Science; Minor, History; 204 MARVEL, JUDY GAY . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, Greek; U.U. Dean ' s List. MATHENEY, KIRBY VAUGHN . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor, Economics. MAXWELL, ANN STRICKLIN . . . B.A., Social Work; Minor, Music; Chi Omega: Pledge Trainer; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Little Sister; C.R.V.; Pi Gamma Mu; S.G.A.; Junior Class President; Campus Favorite; Chorus; Symphonic Band; Cheerleader; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates; Who ' s Who. MAYO, GREGORY LEE . . . B.S., Computer Science; Minor, Accounting and Music and Secondary Education; A.C.M.; C.R.V.; Chorus; Stage Band; Symphonic Band. MELTON, BARRY CURTIS ... B.A., Religion; Minor, Psychology; Ministerial Association; Dorm Council: Resident Life Board: Vice-President. MILAM, BEVERLYANN . . . B.S.N. Nursing; C.R.V. MILLER, MARK RANDALL . . . B.A., Religion and Greek; Minor, History; Alpha Tau Omega: Rush Chairman, Pledge Trainer; Alpha Chi; Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Alpha Theta; History Club; B.S.U.: Off Campus Ministeries Chairman; C.R.V.; Interfraternity Council: Secretary; Chorus; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. MITCHELL, SCOTTIE MAE . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor, Management and Marketing. MOORE, MARY LOU . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. MOORE, STEPHEN BRENT . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Economics; Chi Omega: Wise Guy; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Chaplain, Pledge Trainer; S.G.A.: Treasurer; Interfraternity Council: President. MORGAN, ROBIN DENISE . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Minor, Kindergarten Endorsement; S.T.E.A. MORRIS, JOYCE ANN . . . B.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters: President; Lamplighter Award MORRIS, KAREN . . . A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; Lamplighters; S.G.A. MOSS, TONYA . . . B.A., Social Work; Minor, Religion; B.S.U.: Council; On Campus Ministeries; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; B.Y.W.; S.G.A.: Chapel and Spiritual Life Committee; Lest We Forget; Chorus; B.S.U. choir. MYERS, LINDA MARIE . . . B.A., Social Work and Psychology; Minor, Religion and Music; Alpha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; Psychology Club; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.: vice president; C.R.V.; Chorus; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. N NANCE, SANDRA LYNN . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. NEELY, PAULETTE ... B.S., Elementary Education; Mil Education; S.T.E.A.; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Chorus. NICHOLS, DELLA SUE . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. Special PATTERSON, STEVEN LYNN . . . B.S., Physical Education; Minor, Math and Secondary Education; B.S.U.; F.C.A.; P.E. Majors Club; S.T.E.A. PEARSON, JANET CAROL . . . B.S., Business Administration and Art; Chi Omega: Rush Chairman; Intramurals; Phi BetaLambda; Art Guild; U Club; Panhellenic Council: Secretary; Campus Favorite; Cheerleader: Captain. R RAMEY, CHARLA IRENE . . . B.S., Computer Science; Minor, Accounting; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; A. CM.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. RANDOLPH, OLETA K. . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. RAYNOR, JOHN GRAHAM . . . B.S., Religion; Minor, Psychology; Psychology Club; S.G.A. Senator. REDMOND, LEE ANN ... B.S.N., Nursing; S.G.A.: Entertainment Committee; B.S.N. Student Representative; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. REYNOLDS, DAVID TRENT . . . B.S., Management and Marketing; Minor, Economics and Finance; Lambda Chi Alpha: Alumni Correspondent, vice president, treasurer, ritualist; S.G.A.: Senator; Interfraternity Council: President; Chorus. RHEA, TERESA ANN . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. ROBERTS, DAVID JOHN . . . B.M., Sacred Music; Minor, Music Theory; Phi Mu Alpha: treasurer; Music director; C.R.V.; S.G.A.: Senator; Chorus; U. U. Singers; Covenant. ROBEY, MARY DON . . . B.M., Vocal Performance; Minor, Theory; Sigma Alpha Iota: vice president; C.R.V.; Chorus; U.U. Singers: treasurer; Symphonic Band; Proclamation; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. RYAN, PAMELA MATILDA . . . B.S., Psychology; Minor, Sociology, Psychology Club; Linguae Mundi; B.Y.W.: Representative for Lyceum. PHILLIPS, DENITA JAN . . . B.S., Economics and Finance; Minor, Management and Marketing; Alpha Chi; Economics Club; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. POWERS, SCOTT . . . B.S., Marketing and Management; Minor, Economics; Golf. PRIDE, KATHY JEAN . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; S.T.E.A. SADLER, STEPHANIE ELAINE . . . B.S., Elementary Education; S.T.E.A.; Black Christian Fellowship. SAVAGE, CASSANDRA LYNNE . . . A.S.N. , Nursing; Lamplighters. SCHANUEL, DAVID JOSEPH . . . B.A., Religion and Social Work; B.S.U.: vice president; Ministerial Association; C.R.V.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. SCOTT, CHARLES BRET . . . B.A., Music; Minor, Theatre; Alpha Chi; Alpha Psi Omega: president, best pledge; Art Guild; Footlights: vice president; Prexy Club; B.S.U.; S.G.A.: Senator; Chorus; U.U. Singers; Outstanding Young Men of America; Drama: Roles in The Importance of Being Earnest, Wait Until Dark, Two By Two, God ' s Favorite. Androcles and the Lion; Director ' s Assistant: Amahl and the Night Visitors; Crew: The Nearsighted Knight and the Farsighted Dragon; Best Supporting Actor; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates; U.U. Dean ' s List. SCOTT, KIMBERLY JUNE S.T.E.A.; U.U. Singers. SCOTT, MARY MARIE ... B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Chi; S.T.E.A.; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. SCOTT, STEPHANIE ANNE . . . B.A., Elementary Education; Minor, Kindergarten Endorsement; S.T.E.A.; Linguae Mundi; U.U. Dean ' s List. B.A., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; SCRUGGS, SHERRY LYNN Lamplighters; Chorus. SHARP. ROBERT LOUIS . . . B.S., Management and Marketing, and Economics and Finance; Phi Alpha Theta; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Beta Lambda; History Club; Taylor Pre-Legal Society; Prexy Club; U.U. Shooting Club: president; S.G.A.: Senator; Cardinal and Cream; Business Manager; Lest We Forget: Business Manager. SHERRILL, CINDY . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters; B.S.U.; S.G.A.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Miss Union University Pageant Contestant. SINCLAIR, JACK W. . . . B.A., Religion; Min Association; C.R.V.; Chorus. Philosophy; Ministerial SIMS, WILLIAM HOWARD, III ... B.A., Religion; Minor, Psychology; Ministerial Association: president; C.R.V. SMITH, ALAN RAY . . . B.M., Sacred Music; Minor Music Theory; Phi Mu Alpha; B.S.U.; C.R.V.; Chorus, U.U. Singer s; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; Proclamation. SMITH, MARY JANICE . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha: Recording Secretary, Pledge Trainer, Ritual Chairman, Music Chairman; S.T.E.A.: secretary treasurer; Linguae Mundi; S.G.A.: Senator; Chorus. SMITH, PAUL STANLEY . . . B.S., Social Work; Minor, Sacred Music; Phi Mu Alpha: historian; Footlights; C.R.V.; Chorus; U.U. Singers. SMITH, RONALD FRANK, JR. ... B.S., Accounting; Minor, Business Administration; Taylor Pre-Legal Society; F.C.A.; Baseball. SPAIN, JOYCE HICKS . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. SPAIN, TARA JO . . . A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; Lamplighters; U.U. Dean ' s List, National Dean ' s List. SPARKMAN, CHRISTI ELAINE . . . B.A., Art; Minor, Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha: Crescent; Kappa Pi; Art Guild: treasurer. STARKEY, LOIS ELIZABETH . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor, Secondary Education; Sigma Alpha Iota; Stage Band; Symphonic Band. STEELE, NAN ELLEN . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. STEPHENS, JEFFREY WAYNE . . . B.S., Management and Marketing; Minor, Economics and Finance; Phi Beta Lambda; Stage Band. STEPHENSON, MELBA FAY . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Marketing and Management; Phi Beta Lambda; Footlights; B.S.U.: B.Y.W.; Chorus. STEWART, TERESA LOY . . . B.S., Social Work; Minor, Psychology- Pi Gamma Mu; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; B.S.U.; B.Y.W Mission Action Chairman, vice president; Chorus. STRONG, L. THOMAS . . . B.A., Religion and Greek; Minor, Sociology; Honors; Alpha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; B.S.U.: president, Missions Chairman; Prexy Club; C.R.V.; Chorus; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates; Mr. Union. STURDIVANT, GAIL LOUISE ... B.S., Marketing and Management; Minor, Secondary Education; S.T.E.A. SWEARINGEN, STEPHANIE A. . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor, Secretarial Science; Zeta Tau Alpha; Judicial; House Manager; Phi Beta Lambda; S.G.A.: Senator; Dorm Council: Senator. TAYLOR, SUE ANN ... B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Footlights; S.T.E.A.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. THETFORD, CECIL DARYL . . . B.S., History; Minor, Management and Marketing; Phi Alpha Theta; History Club; Taylor Pre-Legal Society; B.S.U. THOMASON, JOSEPH A. . . . B.A., Religion; Minor, Sociology; C.R.V. TILLMAN, KENNETH WAYNE ... B.S., Accounting and Computer Science; Phi Beta Lambda: treasurer; A. CM.; U.U. Dean ' s List. TUTEN, DONNA J. . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor, Sociology; Phi Beta Lambda; Sociology Club. u,v UTLEY, LELA KAY . . . B.S., Social Work; Minor, Sociology; Psychology f?. ' :;. r.r Club; Sociology Club: secretary treasurer; B.S.U.; B.Y.W. VEST, KAREN . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. w WAKEFIELD, MICHAEL GLENN ... B.A., Religion; Minor, English; B.S.U.; C.R.V.; Chorus; U.U. Singers; Lest We Forget. WALDROP, KAREN . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. WALKER, LEESA CAROL . . . B.M., Piano Performance; Minor, Music Theory; Phi Mu Alpha: Sweetheart; Sigma Alpha Iota: treasurer; Chorus; U.U. Singers; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; Proclamation. WALKER, TINA MICHELLE . . . B.A., English and Computer Science; Honors: secretary, president; Alpha Chi; A. CM.; Linguae Mundi; Torch; Lest We Forget; Symphonic Band; Honor Student of the Year; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates; Prexy Club; Lyceum Committee; Honors Council. WALLACE, CHERYL ANN S.G.A. A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; Lamplighters; WALLS, CAROL LYNN . . . B.M., Music Education; Alpha Chi; Sigma Alpha Iota; Fraternity Education Chairman, Senior Corresponding Secretary; Chorus; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. WARFORD, FRANCES DENISE . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters; B.S.U. WARREN, ROBERT NELSON ... B.S., Management and Marketing; Minor, Math; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: vice president, treasurer; Kappfe Mu Epsilon; Phi Beta Lambda. WEBB, LUANNE . . . B.S., Accounting and Economics and Finance; Chi Omega; President of Pledge Class, Assistant personnel; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Little Sister: president; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Phi Beta Lambda; Economics Club; U.U. Dean ' s List. WILKINS, TRACY . . . B.S., Physical Education; Minor, Business; B.S.U.; F.C.A.; P.E. Club; Golf. WILLIAMS, JOYCE GAYLE B.Y.W.; U.U. Dean ' s List. B.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters; B.S.U.: WILSON, SUZANNE MARIE . . . B.S., Accounting and Computer Science; Minor, Math; A. CM.: secretary; Alpha Chi. WITHERSPOON, TONI PATRICK . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. WOLFE, KIM MARTIN . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Minor, History; S.T.E.A. WOODY, LINDA LEE . . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. Ar WILLIAMS, LISA MARIE . . . B.S., Biology; Minor, Chemistry; Alpha Chi; Footlights; Kappa Mu Epsilon: secretary; Phi Beta Chi; Sigma Zeta: secretary treasurer; B.S.U.; Drama Team; B.Y.W.; Backstage Crew for You ' re A Good Man Charlie Brown, Star-Spangled Girl; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; National Register of Outstanding College Graduates. WILLIAMS, MARSHA MORRIS . . . A.S.N., Nursing, Lamplighters. WILLIS, WADE AVERY . . . B.S., Computer Science and Accounting; Minor, Math; Lambda Chi Alpha: Fraternity Educator; Alpha Chi: Alpha Chi Delegate to National Convention; A. 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Clark Pastor David Stephan Music Youth Life and Happiness Can Be Found at Calvarv JACKSON PLAZA Congratulations Graduates From DUFFEY ' S HOME CENTER Hamilton Hills Shopping Center The Store With All Your Home, Lawn, and Garden Needs for the Future KENNETH DUFFEY Phone: 668-1012 The end has finally arrived; your yearbook is complete. Countless hours of toil have gone into making this a book to remember. On the days when others were outside enjoying the sunshine or taking a walk in the woods, my staff and I were sweating over those pages that just didn ' t seem to want to come together or methodically printing picture after picture in a stuffy darkroom. We had a single purpose in mind; we wanted this to be a book packed with your memories — the memories that you helped make. Now that it is a finished product, we hope you enjoy it. Creating a yearbook is a long and tedious process that requires extensive planning and tremendous dedication. Much of the success of a yearbook depends on the calibre of the staff I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude to a staff that gave of themselves unselfishly until all of the deadlines were met. Much of the innovativeness of the 1983 Lest We Forget came with my creative associate, Karen Campbell. Without Karen, our book would have been a mere dream. Lots of love goes to Mrs. Betty Foellinger who supplied that extra motivation and unfailing moral support. Special thanks go to Joe Westbury who rescued us on numerous occasions. In conclusion, I would like to challenge each of you to take a few minutes and look at your book with a friend. Start today and make the best of your years at Union by sharing with a friend. As you share the love that Christ has shared with you, remember it is He who gives you hope in life. It is He who gives you the strength to be the unique creation that you are. 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