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LEST WE FORGET 1984 Volume LXVIII UNION UNIVERSITY Jackson, Tennessee 38305 " This is the day which the Lord has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it. " Psalms 118:24 Each day that begins is unique, just as each of us is unique to our Father. Each day ' s gifts are different from those of the day before and will not be duplicated on any day to follow. Our Father ' s gifts are as varied as the days, but one gift, salvation through Jesus Christ, does not change. It is one gift we all have the opportunity to receive. To accept such a gift is the most rewarding experience one can have, as it is never-ending. The sunrise each day can provide us with the opportunity to enhance our relationships with the Lord. Look to each day with a sense of awareness and appreciation. Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Adviser Jennifer Clement Brenda Robertson Betty H. Foellinger :» Table of Contents • Campus HapjgMungs • Orgaiiizations " I maintain Christianity is a life much more than a religion. " R. M. Moberly jjj jjL VOLUNTEER STATE r ATHLETIC CONF. . BASEBALL CHAMPS 1 ll i " I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today. " William Allen White ' Being a Christian is more than an instantaneous conversion — it is a daily process whereby you grow to be more Uke Christ. " Billy Graham 1 w nn Wi ■■•••• »,,v- ; . .1 «• « " ' i ' ttfy iK ' d fkti Hello - Goodbye Registration brings in the ap- prehensive faces of freshmen and graduation sends off the even more apprehensive faces of seniors. A record number of students came and left Union in 1983. The largest graduating class ever was followed by the largest enrollment ever in the fall. Each student is a part of the whole that is Union. Our individual personali- ties comprise the personality of our school. Students not only give to Union, they receive from it. Each of us is changed by and grows from our time here. Every student can contribute, since Union changes and grows with each class. Union ' s largest nursing class, more than 80, graduated in 1983. Freshman Doug Watts brought a few touches of home to Union ' s dorms. " Following Dad ' s footsteps " is easier when Dad carries the load. Graduate Karen Campbell received the Academic Excellence Award in Journalism from Mrs. Betty Foellinger. Karen also was awarded the Academic Achievement award (highest GPA) and the Tigrett Medal at graduation; the first student to win both graduation honors. T1.1 Dr. Jimmy Draper, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, spoke to Along with their diplomas, each Union graduate was given a Holy Bible, graduates at the Baccalaureate service in the Savage Memorial Chapel. Assisting Dr. Hyran Barefoot was Union ' s Dr. John Adams. Pam Privett was only a freshman, but she already had a good idea of what was needed for dorm life. President ' s Reception This year, members of the student Student Government Association and punch, body, faculty, and administration President Reggie Thomas introduced The President ' s Reception gave gathered in the cafeteria on September students to Dr. and Mrs. Robert Craig, students an excellent opportunity to 8 to meet one another and establish a president of Union and his wife, and become acquainted with faculty most-needed line of communication. guests were treated to delicious foods members and was well attended. Sophomore Jim Kovac samples the refreshments Thomas introduced students to Dr. and Mrs. Craig as each passed through the provided by ARA Food Services. Faculty member Carolyn Tomlin served at the annual reception. K HffiSH K l l ■ H A __jHp ' | K. 3 M fl|§k I Wlm m tm -- rW U Don Richard and his wife had to decide which hers d ' oeuvres to try. Steve Carr and Mark Parrish wait their turn to greet President Craig. 20 Construction Stays On Schedul e The new student educational ac- tivity building completion date was March 1. R.G. Elliott, vice president for business affairs, predicted the addition, which includes an indoor swimming pool, racquet ball courts and a new bookstore, to be finished on time. The structure adds 28,000 feet to the Penick Academic Complex and extends the main corridor by 85 feet. The bookstore increased from 2,000 to 6,800 square feet and now includes 800 additional mailboxes. Manager Louise Lynch said, " Our hope is to better serve the students and cater to their wants and needs. " (y: .. ' Displays - page 25 Dr. Don Webb honored Dr. Irvin Hays, Jr. as Distinguished Alumnus. Alumni: What A Feelin ' Homecoming to alumni is more than a new outfit and wondering who will be queen. It is returning to college days, renewing old friendships and acquaintances and remembering how things were. The gathering really is an opportunity to " come home. " A Homecoming highlight is the Awards Luncheon, where an honorary alumnus, a distinguished faculty staff member and a distinguished alumnus are recognized for their achievements by Dr. Don Webb, the Alumni pre- sident. Maggie Nell Brewer was chosen as Distinguished Faculty Staff member. The Honorary Alumnus Award was given to Jessie Stubblefield Smith. The luncheon provided good food and a chance to see old friends. Dr. Kenneth Story is chairman of the Loyalty Fund. Awards: What A Feelin ' You worked until 3:00 a.m. gluing tissue paper to chicken wire trying to show your school spirit. All the effort is made worthwhile when your group ' s name is called. Competitions and awards are an integral part of the Homecoming frenzy. s l 1 HBH Ww K 1 Wm 1 1 IkI B 1 OjS! ■ H m i WB m Wit mL M. V m «r ' i ILZ H B Wjm r K m B H Allison Skiles, Brian Collins and Sarah Stranak bring out the Queen ' s awards. Dennis Wages accepts Display and Play Day awards for the sophomores. WBBJ reporter Brenda Brooks interviews Homecoming Chairman Melinda Moore. Chi Omega wins the Sorority Display Award. Lambda Chi Alpha ' s award is received by Sandy Yopp. " ff-HwS Zeta Tau Alpha Welcome Banner DISPLAY ' ' " • ' " ■ " •v ' V ' ' •;•, ' » ' • .t i . -jf 1 ' .■ Lambda Chi Alpha Display - First Place f Sigma Alpha Epsilon Display Sophomore Class Display - First Place Junior class vice president Scot Finley cheers his team on. Steve Robinson and Mark Lassiter put the pepperoni away. Grace Cosmiano tries to inspire a teammate. Playing: What A Feelin ' Class play day gave students a chance to show their spirit and get away from the pressures of term papers and exams. Homecoming Chairman Melinda Moore coordinated the event with some help from Terresia Reasons, Danny Patter- son and Jackie Swords. Events and winners were: Shoe Race: Juniors Dizzy Lizzy: Sophomores Leg Races: Sophomores, Seniors Hamburger Eating: Mitzi Bailey, Walt Warren Pizza Eating: Debbie Overstreet, Bar- rett Ladd Ice Cream Eating: Leigh Wilson, Fred Birmingham Pie Eating: Grace Cosmiano, Chris Campbell Sophomores accumulated the most points and received a trophy for their efforts. Since when is finding your own shoes so hard? Beketa Anderson put away lots of hamburgers. Winning: What A Feelin ' Call it a dogfight, but when the Union Bulldogs met the Cumberland College Bulldogs, fur flew. When the dust settled, only one could be top dog. Fortunately for Union students and alumni. Union ' s Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs came out winners. Audrey Hunt sends it up for a foul shot. Mprr ' ly m W " - s-SS ' M W — - -■-?-- . - jjf ' Difficult towers and pyramids are trademarks of Union ' s cheerleaders. Jana Adkisson escorted by Kevin Ezell. 1983 Homecoming Court, left to right: Lynette Shelly, Emily Garrett, Queen Jane Adkisson, Angela Stewart, Karen Hutchison. ■ 1 1 1 l l 9 |m| 1 Hjl ■ hII ' H V H 1 vH V l H F if ■ Queen and Court The Crowning of the Homecoming Queen is the highhght of a festive week. This year ' s queen is Jana Adkisson, a former Miss Union University and now Miss Union. The court is Emily Garrett, Karen Hutchison, Lynette Shelly and Angela Stewart. Homecoming representatives are nominated in class meetings and elected by the student body. Emily Garrett escorted by Dennis Wages Lynette Shelly escorted by Chris Craig. Jana gets a hug fi Angela Stewart escorted by Jon Cawley. Alexander. .n Rita Simpson Mr. and Miss Union Jana Adkisson and Steve Boyd are Mr. and Miss Union 1983-84. Steve Boyd plays on Union ' s baseball team and is a member of BSU. Brandenburg, Kentucky is Steve ' s hometown. Jana Adkisson played the piano as talent in the 1982 Miss Union University pageant, which she won. 30 Jana and Steve are in Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities. Miss Union is a double psychology sociology major. Campus Favorites Mark Pendergrass is on the tennis team and 1983 ' s Mr. Campus. Doug Kendall pitched for the winning ' 83 Bulldogs and Brent Newcomb is a former class officer and Mr. Campus contestant. ;=--; i M T yW — — -; — j . _rt mH — — ,.j l i Frank Christie, a sophomore from Humboldt, is active in Alphf LeeAnn and Allyson Hobbs play on the women ' s tennis team and are Chi Omegas. Mike Tau Omega. Teri Lynn Pierce, Paris, is a junior active in Chi ' Beak ' Lovelady, from Town Creek, Ala., is a senior guard on the Bulldog basketball team. Omega. 32 Melanie Campbell is an office administration major and was 1983 Miss Union University. Chris Craig is a physical education and health major and is active in Sigma Alpha Epsilon. (R Lance Word and Reggie Thomas are both leaders at Union. Lance, a junior music major, is president of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Reggie, a junior religion major, is president of SGA. Tim Wheat, Dairell Maxwell, and Jon Cawley are three active seniors on campus. Tim is a religion major, and Darrell is a physical education and health major. Both are active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Jon, a sociology major, is captain of the Baseball Team. Angela Stewart is a senior management and marketing major who is president of the Student Foundation. Kevin Ezell is president of the junior class and is majoring in computer science. Karen Hutchison serves as senior class treasurer and is an education major and president of STEA. 33 Thirty-one Union students have been selected to Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. These students have excelled in scholarship, school and community involvement, leadership and citizenship. They are selected according to these qualifications by the faculty, and total school enroll- ment determines the number chosen. These students are nationally recog- nized and honored with a special chapel program each year during the spring semester. Union Scholars Jana Dee Adkisson Psychology and Sociology Martha Maurine Barron Social Work John Robert Bond Economics Computer Science Rachel Lee Dunning Physical Education Health Judy Elaine Escue Computer Science, Mathematics Carole Clarice Howard Music Education Matthew Howard Hudson Religion Greek Charles Stacey Montgomery Economics Finance Josephine Mulson Psychology Jacqueline Nash History Jon Mark Patey History David Skelton Computer Science Karen Sue Smith English Journahsm Vermelia Amanda Sowell Psychology and Social Work Donna Ann Strickland Music Gain Recognition Marcia Gaye Boston Computer Science Mathematics Steven Douglas Boyd Accounting Warren Clay Crook History Paula Diane Diggs Social Work Lisa Carol Jones Accounting Sandra Sue Jones Mathematics Philip Scott Long Music Education Stephen Lee Maness Religion Greek Anna Scarbrough Pickard English Journalism r Vann Nelson Raley Chemistry Janet Lynn Reid English Tony Lee Simmons Social Work Cheryl Ann Thomas Biology Walter Gene Warren Biology Lu Anne Webb Accounting Economics Finance Stephanie Sue White Management Marketing So many days . . . I Hi P pI I E ' . " B w w i A ' i M J l B ' V 1 B W ■ f - _ | H T H EH L r ' H lO S H rj fi M.i VVB I New York actor Jerry Rockwood brought Three Card Monte in February. Contemporary Christian performers comprise the group Bridge, who were The one-man play is a comic tribute to the world ' s greatest con men. sponsored in concert by the Student Government Association. Zeta Tau Alpha won All-Sing with their production of " New York, New York " . From the left are Martha Barron, Pam CuUins, Karen Hutchison, Connie Hutchison, Kathy Jolley, Eric Barron, director, Jodi Osborne, Leann Griggs, Patti Heuiser, Lana Younger, Bridgette Keathley. Not pictured: Alison Langley, Darlene Hudson, and Shannon Dwyer. The Lambda Chi Alpha quartet placed third in Phi Mu Alpha ' s All-Sing. So much to do Students mimed to the music of Prince and the Jackson Five at the Alpha Tau Omega sponsored Air Band Concert. Proceeds from the event went to ATO ' s Lodge Fund. AMEHiOl An urgent cail for the nation we love to return to the God of our forefathers. Paragon Productions presented in Chapel a three-screen, thirteen-projector, multi-image SGA sponsored the Jesse Coie band in the cafeteria, program utilizing more than 1000 visuals synchronized to music and narration. Troupe Displays Versatility Dr. C. C. Kinnison and his troupe of Union University Players started their first season at the W.D. Powell UiUi |1| theater with two summer productions, ji|| ' | ' ' Kiss and Tell and Dear Ruth. The fall MWiW brought Maxwell Anderson ' s The Bad j Lynjie cast included Sandra Skinner, Ed Sanford, Susan Beard, John Longworth and Adele Seed and melodramatic East Lynne. Dunham. Dickens ' A Christmas Carol was produced under the direction of Lygia Nicar, Union ' s first student director. The audience was encouraged to boo villains. Lady Isabel was portrayed by Lygia Nicer Rhoda talks to Mom in The Bad Seed. Only the janitor suspected how evil Rhoda Penmark really was. Adele Dunham and Judy Harrell were mothers of very different children.! Simon Stimson, Tim Meadows, leads the choir in Our Town. ■ 4 - 1 ' 4. WaW Wm 1 , 5r_ 1 Scrooge learns a lesson from the Ghost of Christmas Present, Orlandus Moss, Jr. The Ghost of Christmas Past, Christine Hamilton, pays a visit. Spring semester brought three more classic productions to Union. Thornton Wilder ' s propless Our Town is a PuHtzer Prize winning drama depicting small town life in New England. Murder mystery master Agatha Christie ' s Ten Little Indians is a suspense story about ten guests in an old country house with an unknown host. The final show, Land of Oz, by Frank Baum, took another look at Dorothy and Toto and their friends traveling down the Yellow Brick Road. Mrs. Soames, Angela Powers, stands by innocently as Julie Gibbs, Pat Gilliland, and Myrtle Webb, Jemima Moore, gossip. Scrooge, Dr. C. C. Kinnison, waits for another visit from his friends, the Ghosts in A Christmas Carol. Miss Union University 1984 - Alisa Clift Miss Union University and Court, left to right: Debbie Madoni, fourth runner-up; Beth Gay, second runner-up; Alisa Clift, Miss Union University; Stephanie White, first runner-up; Jeany Byth Thompson, third runner-up. " Say It With Music " It was a night of music, laughter and nervousness. " Say It With Music — A Salute to Irving Berlin " was the theme of the 1983 Miss Union University pageant under the direction of Kevin Bass with Debbie Overstreet serving as producer. Doris " Cousin Tuny " Freeman played the role of mistress of ceremon- ies, and provided both the audience and the participants with a little comic relief. Assistants for the event were Eric Barron, Frank Christie, Steve Martin, Fred Holcombe, Greg Robinson, Don Jarnagin, Richard Stevenson, Tommy Black, Chris Williams, Lisa Jones, Debbie Deere, Jeffry Walker, Angela Stewart, Jennifer Clement, Angela Powers, Carol Morris, Tim Tucker, Karen Hutchison, Bill Truex, Karen McWherter, and Dr. C.C. Kinnison. Sigma Alpha Iota representative Alisa Clift sang " Kiss Me in the Rain. " Beth Gay was chosen Miss Congeniality and won the Beverly Williams Lewis Talent Award. The sound crew included Donnie Jarnagin, Steve Martin, Greg Robinson and Eric Barron. Producer Debbie Overstreet and Director Kevin Bass were commended for their efforts by Miss Maggie Nell Brewer, Vice President for Student Affairs. Doris " Cousin Tuny " Freeman wrote and performed a musical acrostic about Union University. Scott Hopper assisted with lighting. The Pageant Singers performed a medley of Irving Berlin songs The Pageant Singers: Lorie Clayton, Drew Gay, Sheila McFadHen, Kelvin Smith, Martha Barron, Philip Long, Sharon Crihfield iNot Pictured: John Doster. The Rutledge History Club sponsored Jeany Byth Thompson. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was represented by Stephanie Sue White. Misty Lea Sellers represented Zeta Tau Alpha. Jennifer Lanoir Cox was sponsored by the junior class. Women ' s Housing sponsored Robyn Agee. Katrena Baird represented the senior class. Tammy Louise Castellaw represented the Cardinal and Cream. Sponsored by the freshman class was Ann Marie Melton. Representing the Alpha Tau Omega pledges was Malesa Dawn Clark. The sophomLr_ tlH5_ wi rure ented h ( inih Jaggers. Alisa Ann Clift was crowned the new Miss Union University by Melanie Gay Campbell, Miss Union University 1983. Miss Clift represented the music fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota in the competition. Miss Clift, a 21-year-old music education major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.C. CHft, Sr. of BurUson, Tennessee. She is active in Sigma Alpha Iota where she serves as chaplain. She is the sweetheart of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia music fraternity, and is a member of both the Union University Singers and Proclamation. Miss Chft, a former 4th runner-up in the 1982 competition, now proceeds to the Miss Tennessee Pageant in June. During the campus preliminary, she perforomed the Barbra Streisand vocal selection, " Kiss Me In The Rain. " As Miss Union University, she is the recipient of a scholarship and a $250 wardrobe from Parks-Belk. Alisa Ann Clift, Mias Union University 1984. 1 H ' - » i " " M H 9H pTi i r iW W A «7 | M IHb S n wmtmMt ' i J ■«- ' ? 1 1 H A Kl ' 1 1 Alisa begins her first walk as the newly crowned Miss Union. Melanie Campbell was on hand to crown her successor. Allen Woodhouse and Melanie Campbell received a standing ovation for their duet of " More Than Wonderful. " Organizations Alpha Psi Omega According to the Constitution of the Beta Mu Cast of Alpha Psi Omega: " The purpose of this, the Beta Mu Cast of Alpha Psi Omega, is to stimulate interest in dramatic activities in Union University to secure for the college all the advantages, and mutual helpfulness provided by a large national honorary fraternity, and by the means of electing students to membership, serve as a reward for their worthy efforts in participating in the plays staged by the dramatic organizations of the college. This cast in no way aims to take the place of the regular (College or University) dramatic club. " Dr. C. C. Kinnison is the sponsor of this fraternity. Alpha Psi Omega: Richard Stevenson, president; Doug Brown; Tammy Trexler, secretary treasurer; Lygia Nicar; John Longworth. Not pictured: Adele Dunham, vice-president; Dr. C. C. Kinnison, sponsor. Some of the Union University players " play around " before practice. Footlights Footlights is made up of students interested in the theater. The organiza- tion was created to promote greater interest in participation in play produc- tions and to nurture the appreciation of drama. Invitations for membership are open to people who have participated in Union theater productions. Footlights: Seated: Sims Byrd, Doug Brown, Sandra Skinner, Renee Mitchell, Dr. C. C. Kinnison, Paul Sorrell; standing: Tim Meadows, Chuck Sikler, Brian Buford, John Longworth, Susan Beard, Lygia Nicar. Kappa Pi Kappi Pi international honorary art fraternity was first introduced to Union ' s campus in 1976. Kappa Pi promotes the standards and the development of art and serves to help further an interest in art. The fraternity is sponsored by Mr. Grove Robinson and is open to those who have a GPA of 3.0 or above in art. Craig McNatt " does " a duck. Senate, left to right, first row: Tim Meadows, Denise Chappell, Teiri Vopel, Lisa McDaniel; second row: Cheryl Johnson, Carolyn Arnold, Richard Stevenson, David Samples; third row: Lynette Shelly, Robyn Agee, Jennifer Cox, Judy Farabee; fourth row: Scot Finley, Charles Allen, Chris Williams, Andrea Powers. Senate, left to right, first row: Kerry Braden, Kevin Ezell, Greg Bowers; second row: Sharon Sutton, Connie Hutchison, Jada Gooch; third row: D.C. Reasons, Russell Cole, Angela Powers; fourth row: Walt Warren, Van Raley, Billy Davis, Loren Hartley; fifth row: Emily Garrett, Rose Owen, Mary Ann Hardeman, Jackie Nash, Jerry Carter; sixth row: Susan Chalmers, Sheilla Bonds, Shelly Morris; seventh row: Barbara Brooks, Mark Escue, Larry Butler; eighth row: Rob Graves, Jim Kovac. SGA and Senate Entertainment was brought to Union compliments of the Student Government Association. One of the major functions of SGA is to provide activities for students to participate in during their leisure hours. A favorite activity sponsored by SGA is movies. This year " Raiders of the Lost Ark " was featured along with Jerry Lewis movies and cartoons. The homecoming movie was " Savannah Smiles " . Throughout the year, SGA sponsored several bowling and skating parties. For listening entertainment, SGA brought Bridge to campus in the fall and Bobby Jones and the New Life Assembly in the spring. Dallas Holm and Praise visited Union ' s campus during January jointly sponsored by SGA and BSU. Senate offers students opportunity to participate in important decisions made about questions concerning Union students. Bills discussed in Senate this year have dealt with cable television in the student commons, school vacations, and the placing of a newspaper stand in the academic complex. SGA Officers, left to right: Tammy Trexler, vice-president; Cherilyn Tilley, . treasurer; Sheri Murphy, secretary; Reggie Thomas, president. Church Related Vocations Church Related Vocations is designed to meet the needs of students who feel they have been called into full-time Christian work. CRV is a combination of scholarship, spiritual leadership and academic guidance for students devoted to a life of Christian service. Any student making a profession of life devotion to the work of Christ is eligible to become a member. CRV is under the leadership of Religious Affairs. Meetings are held monthly and are led by an administrator, faculty member or staff member from surrounding area churches. Sophomores Freshmen Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union meets the needs of students who desire spiritual fellowship with others. The group meets twice weekly and is open to the entire student body. BSU seeks to extend its ministries on and off campus. The BSU Council is composed of the directors of the ministries. Its function is to coordinate projects and provide unity. Backyard Bible Club spreads Jesus ' love to children through games and stories. The members visit local schools. One of the main witnessing groups is the Jail and Workhouse Ministry, with students visiting these facilities. Devotional programs are shared during these times. Nursing home patients, who often cannot attend regular church services, are visited by the Nursing Home group. Using their talents, the Drama Team performs skits and monologues to spread the gospel to young adult audiences. Popular with young people and adults are the Sonshine Puppets. The team performed for 641 people at the BSU Fun House. Musical ministries include the BSU Choir and the ensemble Majesty. The choir ' s musical " Believe " has been performed for several area churches. Majesty sang at the BSU State Convention. Nursing Home Ministry, left to right, first row: Miriam Agee, Director Cindy Tidwell, Rose Snider, Rose Owen; second row: Brian Norton, Twilla Dean, Joey McCloud, Brad Douglass. Backyard Bible Club, left to right, first row: Renee Bottoms, Kim Carter, Lynette Mustain, Karen Westfall, Cindy Shankle, Rose Owen; second row: Fred Atchley, Joey McCloud, Brian Norton, Jeff Wilson, Director Billy Davie, Kimberly Stanley, Rose Snider. Majesty, left to right: Rob Hensley, LeAnne Robbins, Kenny Rutherford, I Sheera Oakley, Mark Parrish, Lisa Haydock, Steve Maness, Carol Morris, | Philip Long, Karen Smith. BSU Council, left to right, first row: Mark Parrish, Rose Snider, Brian Buford, Beketa Anderson; second row: Pat Quarles, Leanne Lockman, Robbie Smith, Toni Simmons, Twilla Dean, Andrea Powers, Karen Smith; third row: Scot Finley, Adviser Scott Brewer, Steve Maness, Steve Carr, John Longworth, David Samples, Greg Bowers, Tim Wheat, Philip Long. 56 Choir, left to right, first row: Accompanist Mary Helen Scott, Lisa Hight, Beth Mclllwain, Karhn Waterman, Janice Davis, Suzie Guriey, Reba Martin, Kim Bridges, Carol Morris, Leanne Robbins, Trish Kerby, Karen Smith, Dirk Essary, Kenny Rutherford; second row: Director Philip Long, Linda Johnson, Jennifer Jones, Gerre James, Pat Quarles, Rhonda Bass, Twilla Dean, Kimberly Stanley, Tammy Rottgering, Denise Rowland, John Alford, Steve Carr, Steve Milligan. Puppets, left to right, first row: Marilee Mears, Jennifer Jones, Jada Gooch, Kim Bridges, Pat Haynie, Pam Haynie, Kelly Daniel, Beth Stiles, Penny Cochran; second row: Brian Norton, Fred Atchley, Mark Parrish, Pat Quarles, Joey McLeod, Bobby Crawley BSU President, Steve Carr, is a sociology major from Union City. His minor is religion. Jail and Workhouse Ministries, left to right: Rob Hensley, Joey McLeod, Kitty Tipton, Kenny Rutherford, Cindy Tidwell, Coordinator David Samples, Joseph Threlkeld. Not Pictured: Lynn Hicks, Doyle B. Cooper, Lynette Mustain, Ricky Beck. Drama Team, left to right, first row: Grace Co iij lo second row Brian Buford; third row: Lee Ann Lockman, Kenny Ruiherlord, Shannon Dwyer, Ricky Eaves, John Longworth, Lygia Nicar, Scott Fowler, Carla Yarbrough. Baptist Young Women and Ministerial Association Students planning to enter the ministerial or pastoral fields can benefit from being a part of the Ministerial Association. The group provides emotional and spiritual support to one another and to others through visitation periods. This year the group organized a football team to compete in the intramurals program. Baptist Young Women, under the direction of Renee Mitchell, spread the love of Jesus Christ by supporting various mission programs of the Southern Baptist Convention. Annual group events include a Christmas party to reveal Big Sisters and Little Sisters and a spring banquet. BYW is responsible for a chapel program each year emphasizing missions. These programs often include " Missionary Kids. " Baptist Young Women Officers, left to right: Beth Mcllwain, president; Anita Fleet, vice president; Pat Quarles, secretary. Ministerial Association Officers, left to right: Scot Finley, president, Greg Bowers, secretary treasurer; Jack Smothers, program director. Ministerial Association, left to right, first row: Wade Wallace, Keith Kincaid, Matt Hudson, Scot Finley, Rob Hensley, Greg Williams; second row: D.C. Reasons, Jimmy Williams, Mark Laster, C.T. Sikler, Jack Smothers; third row: Kerry Smith, Doyle B. Cooper, John McDougal, David Mote, Richard Stevenson, Greg Bowers, Robert McBroom. Baptist Young Women, left to right, first row: Lynette Mustain, Donna Alexander, Linda Bonds, Patricia Whitten, Rose Owen, Carol Ashe, Miriam Agee; second row: Sponsor Renee Mitchell, Pat Haynie, Pat Quarles, Maria Jackson, Joy Ryan, Lisa Hight, Kelly Daniel, Paula Rowse, Beth Mcllwain, Pam Haynie; third row: Kim Bridges, Karen Westfall, Kimberly Stanley, Kathy Durham, Cindy Tidwell, Robbie Carter, Krista Wilson, Denise Coleman, Anita Fleet, Kerry Braden. 58 Black Christian Fellowship BCF Officers: Beketa Anderson, president; Orlandus Moss Jr., vice president; Melanie Pearce, secretary; Denise Hale; treasurer; Gail Lowe, activity director; Terry Herron, reporter, Robert Davis Jr., chaplain. " All Colors Together, But Distinct " is the theme of the 1983-1984 Black Christian Fellowship. This year BCF is striving to be stronger than ever. Established in 1980, BCF is one of the fastest growing organizations on Union ' s campus. Under the direction of Scott Brewer, BCF is reaching to extend its ministries to further limits. Last year ' s addition of the choir added a new dimension. This year BCF is striving for even more unity by adding a regular Bible study session during each regular meeting. These sessions are led by members or special guest speakers from surrounding area churches. BCF has taken an active part in BSU through such activities as participating in the BSU Fall Retreat and contributing to coffeehouses and regular meetings. Black Christian Fellowship, left to right, first row: Scott Brewer, Beketa Anderson, Barbara Brooks, Rhonda Moss, Melanie Pearce, Mary Ann Hardeman, Sandora Williams, Gail Lowe, Theresa Lowe, Denise Mosby; second row: Frederick Williams, Orlandus Moss Jr., Monica Adams, Denise Hale, Jada Gooch, Robert Davis Jr., Terry Herron. Cardinal and Cream The Cardinal and Cream is the student newspaper of Union University. It is published monthly during the fall and spring semesters, and its staff is made up of the Journalism 213-214 class, in addition to assigned and volunteer positions. The Cardinal and Cream strives to convey hews concerning or affecting Union University or its students, and it seeks to inspire students and improve the school. All organizations, fraternities, sororities, sports and special events are captured in order to give readers a holistic view of the school. Student opinion is encouraged through the feature, " Letters to the Editor, " and upperclassmen are highlighted in " Senior Spotlight. " FaU Editor 1983, Darlene Carr Spring Editor 1984, Brenda Robertson Associate Editor, Orlandus Moss, Jr., Assistant Editors, Jennifer Clement Business Manager, George McCloud; Turlington Cartoonist, Craig McNatt. and Russell Wright Not pictured: Editorial Cartoonist, Mike Greer Staff Writers: left to right: David White, Angle Gregory, Gina Wright, T. Staff Writers: left to right: Mark Taylor, Lynette Shelly, Mary Whitfield, C. Curvin, Sims Byrd Sharon Brooks, Rhonda Moss Staff Writers Left to right: Mike Skinner, Adviser Mrs. Betty Foellinger, Tim Meadows, Sherrie Adams Left to ri bt: Stephanie Kellum, Vicki Hubbard, Brad Douglass Left to right: Doug Watts, Jennifer Harbin Left to right: Gigi Crocker, Jennifer Moffitt, Travis Jenkins, Stephanie Brookshaw Lest We Forget Stacks of photographs, page after page of copy, discarded layout mats and endless empty bottles of correction fluid are all necessary parts of the work that goes into the production of a yearbook. The Lest We Forget staff strives not only to record events but to help students recall the regular happenings of a school year. Staff: Miriam Agee, Organizations; Brad Douglass, Sports; Jackie Swords, Academics George McCloud, Business Manager Doug Watts, Kim Gremore and Geoff Baggett, Classes Staff Assistants: Jada Gooch, Tim Meadows and Dirk Essary The Torch is the literary magazine produced annually by a specially selected committee under the direction of the Honors Council. Students and faculty may submit entries of poetry, short stories, essays, musical composi- tions, drawings, and photographs. Each piece is reviewed by each member of the staff, which includes faculty advisor. Dr. Ernie Pinson. Sigma Tau Delta is a national English honor society. The purpose of Sigma Tau Delta is to promote a mastery of written expression, to encourage worthwhile reading, and to foster a spirit of good fellowship among students of the English language, literature and journalism. The Union chapter was founded November 29, 1977, by 27 charter members. To be eligible for member- ship, students must have a B average in English and be declared as an English major or minor or composite English Journahsm major. Sigma Tau Delta is an outgrowth of the English club at Dakota Wesleyan University, which was organized in 1924. The Torch, left to right, first row: Tim Henderson, Janet Reid, Craig McNatt; second row: Brian Buford, Russ Evans, Dr. Ernest Pinson, sponsor. The Torch and Sigma Tau Delta Sigma Tau Delta, left to right, first row: Janet Reid, president; Brenda Robertson, vice president; Darlene Carr, secretary; Jennifer Clement, treasurer; second row: Jan Wood, Wendy McCall, Mrs. Patty Smith, Dr. George Clark, sponsor; Mrs. Betty Foellinger, Cathy Turner, Iris Hehe, Dr. Louise Bentley, Cathy Allen, Mrs. Marilyn Smothers, Tammy Trexler, Dr. Ernest Pinson. Phi Sigma Iota and Linguae Mundi Phi Sigma Iota, Union ' s foreign language honor society, was established in 1980. This society recognizes out- standing ability and achievement in the study of foreign language, literature and culture. Phi Sigma Iota is open to upperclassmen who have a 3.0 average and who have completed at least one foreign language course at the third year level. Linguae Mundi incorporate all the foreign languages taught at Union, and is open to those interested in foreign languages and customs. The club sponsors a Mardi Gras festival yearly. Phi Sigma Iota, from left, Scott Bennett, Dr. Sara Harris, Dr. Pat Pinson, Lee Ann Lockman, Roselly Hendrix, Cynthia Jayne, Tonya Rogers. Linguae Mundi, from left, seated: Renee Smith, Marilee Mears, Angela Powers, Shannon Dwyer; standing; Cherie Cordon, Dr. Sara Harris, Teresa Brown, Cathy Reed, Jackie Swords, Floyd Brummett, Cynthia Jayne. Honors Student Association The Honors Student Association is open to students involved in any interdisciplinary studies classes offered by the Honors Program. These students participated in extra- curricular activities such as a summer retreat for incoming freshmen and a trip to the Art Institute of Chicago to view the Vatican Art Collection. Drs. Ernie and Pat Pinson served as hosts for the group ' s Christmas party. Students and faculty comprise the Honors Council, designed to oversee Honors classes and the program ' s long-range plans. HSA co-presidents Tim Henderson and Bill Henry and historian Janet Reid student-taught the introductory honors course. Bill Henry and Bob Rogers attended the HSA Christmas party. Honors Council, left to right, seated: Dr. Pat Pinson, Dr. Jimmy Davis, Mrs. Cynthia Jayne, Mrs. Regina Saffel, Scott Bennett; standing: Bill Henry, Angela Powers, Dirk Essary, Janet Reid, Tim Henderson, Jennifer Clement. Honors Student Association, left to right, seated: Chris Hunter, Melanie Allbritten, DeLane Napier, Judy Escue, Mark Tubbs, Cathy Reed, Jeff Morgan; standing: Rita Escue, Doug Watts, Janice Steinmetz, Angela Powers, 66 Donna Bates, Carla Yarbrough, Chris Cotten, Bill Henry, Lee Ann Lockman, Bob Rogers, Jennifer Clement, David Lambert, Jeff Howard. J Alpha Chi Alpha Chi Officers, left to right, first row: Tammy Yarbrough, vice president; Steve Maness, president; Allyson Hobbs, treasurer; Alisa Clift, student representative. Not pictured: Janet Reid, secretary. Alpha Chi is a national scholastic fraternity for the top ten percent of the junior and senior classes. Members must maintain a GPA of 3.5 or above. The focus of Alpha Chi is on all academic fields. The sponsors for Alpha Chi are Dr. Louise Bentley, Dr. David Vickery, and Dr. Ernest Pinson. Union University ' s chapter of Alpha Chi, the Tennessee Beta Chapter, was founded in 1922. It is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. One of the primary aims of Alpha Chi is to " promote and recognize scholarship as a developer of character and citizenship among undergraduate students. " Officers are elected so that there is an equal representation of the two classes. The president and secretary must be seniors and the vice president and treasurer must be juniors. Alpha Chi, left to right, first row: Stephanie White, Lisa Jones, LuAnne Webb, Donna Strickland, Valerie Sowell; second row: Mary Helen Scott, Cindy Turnbo, Betsy Murley; Katrina Bradfield, Connie Hendrix; third row: Philip Long, David Skelton, Steve Davis, Matt Hudson, Judy Escue, Linda Kemp. Alpha Chi, left to right, first row: Rachel Dunning, Paula Diggs, Josephine Mulson, Alison McDonald, Leigh Ann Cromwell; second row: Toni Simmons, Laura Rushing, Jacqueline Nash, Connie Curtis, Dottie Babcock, Tonya Rogers; third row: Allen Wooters, Jimmy Williams, Walt Warren, Vann Raley, Bob Bond, Steve Maness. Alpha Chi, left to right, first row: Allyson Hobbs, Mary Watkins, Alisa Clift, Carol Morris; second row: Kevin Bass, Charlotte Stockton, Lisa Grace McCollum, Wendy McCall, Scot Finley; third row: Rita Escue, Scott Reid, Rhonda Tucker, Brenda Ross, Jeff Taylor. Alpha Chi, left to right, first row: Shari Rice, Sondra Taylor, Tammy Yarbrough; second row: Russ Cantrell, Tim Dukes, Kerry Smith, Tim Jerrolds, Mike Meredith. Lamplighters Lamplighters is a social and service organization for nursing students. It is composed of pre-professional can- didates studying for the Associate Degree in Nursing and Registered Nurses studying for the Baccalaureate in Nursing. Second year students sponsor an annual Capping Ceremony for first year students. Funds are raised through bake sales and other activities. Carla Sanderson is faculty sponsor this year. Lamplighters Officers, left to right: Candy Ryser, student affairs representative; Holly Dodson, historian and publicity chairman; Mandy Williams, vice president; Peggy Spragins, president; Jeannie Brooks, student curriculum representative; Lisa Brewer, secretary; Susan Walker, treasurer; Sheilla Bonds, SGA representative. Second Year Lamplighters, left to right, first row: Tammy Warf, Denise Mallette, Helen Gary, Cindy Taylor, Jo Ann Burke, Mary Ann Rush; second row: Tami Hilliard, Janice Davis, Pamela Williams, Martha Hurt, Diane Wilson, Carrie Knox; third row: Peggy Spragins, Mandy Williams, Linda Fitzhugh, Holly Dodson, Brenda Garrett, Sheilla Bonds; fourth row: Kim Foote, Mary Fisher, Madalyn Alexander, Patricia Garner, Sandra Ervin, Carolyn Lawhorn; fifth row: Tymara Trimmer, Jamie Hall, Roberta King, Phyllis Landreth, Brenda Jones, Faye Chatman; sixth row: Marilyn Tisdal, Missy Lomax, Tom Jensen, Mary Elizabeth Smith, Linda Beauregard, Debra Reed; seventh row: Lindy Jarnagin, Brenda Matlock, Lisa Brewer, Jeannie Brooks, Anita Stone, Susan Walker. First Year Lamplighters, left to right, first row: Linda Hayes, Joyce Sutton, Tim Harris, Brent Lemonds, Kim Robbins, Gail Jackson, Dena Lane; second row: Cynthia Koonce, Mary Luster, Bobby Gene Butler, Pat Tharp, Melanie Pearce, Janice Steinmetz, Lisa Hatfield; third row; Melanie Crossnoe, Rhonda Swearingen, Melanie Tillman, Debbie Walker, Karen Patterson, Denise Coleman, Denise Barnett; fourth row: Cindy Nickerson, Angle Stegall, Christina Dorton, Lynette Bowen, Jeannie Tignor, Chris Hunt, James Earl Holloway; fifth row: Betsy Hubert, Stephen Self, Linda Graves, Debbie Morris, Rhonda Lovelace, Cissy Cole, Mary Climer; sixth row: Marion Epperson, Mitzi Mathis, Nannette Baird, Rhonda Watson, Joan Lee, Julie Mathis, Carol Pomeroy. 68 Student Tennessee Education Association Student Tennessee Education Association is an organization designed to promote the teaching profession. In appreciation of the teachers at Union, two teas are held annually to say thanks to those who dedicate their life to teaching. During American Education Week, STEA sponsors a " Secret Pal " program with the faculty. Members of STEA learn of the various dimemsions of their profession through speakers and programs at their monthly meetings. One of the primary aims of STEA is to assist students as they prepare to begin student teaching on the elementary or secondary level. An Unplanned Lesson I planted a seed within a child one day Not knowing if it would grow or decay. I observed as he tried to imitate we; I guarded my steps so he would not see The faults and failures along my way. But be came to me at the end of my stay. His grades were low and he scarce could say, " Teacher, I ' ve failed; I could not reach The goals you set, but ... you sure can teach. " Turning away he paused and said, " I watched you make a mistake one day. It was then that you taught me the lesson best. When I fall in the race, I must get up again . . . and run with the rest. " Anna Scarbrough Pickard STEA officers, left to right: Carolyn Tomlin, advisor; Wendy McCall, secretary treasurer; Cindy Brooks, vice president; Karen Hutchison, president; Dr. Bill Hedspeth, advisor. STEA, left to right, first row, seated: Wendy McCall, Cindy Brooks, Patricia Vincent, Sonya Barbee, Betsy Barker, Karen Hutchison; second row: Lila Buck, Melinda Laughlin, Leigh Ann Cromwell, Anita Fleet, Karen Patrick, Mitzi McKinney, Lynda Inmon, Terri Vopel, Melinda Beshires; third row: Susan Douglass, Carolyn Davis, Kerry Braden, Carolyn Arnold, Dottie Babcock. Kathy Barnes; fourth row: CaroljTi Tomlin, Karen Williamson, Jeannie Sims, Kathy JoUey, Sondra Taylor, -Jan Wood, Dr. Bill Hedspeth. Pi Gamma Mu and Phi Alpha Theta Interest and participation in the social studies area is promoted by Pi Gamma Mu, an honorary scholastic fraternity. Members strive for knowledge and believe that its acquisition is the first step toward serving humanity. Qualification for Pi Gamma Mu include 20 hours of study in the social sciences and a 3.0 grade point average. Phi Alpha Theta is 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. Twelve hours of history courses are a prerequisite. Group activities for the year included a formal initiation in Dr. Carls ' home, a dinner commemorating the 30th anniversary of Union ' s Delta Psi chapter at the Cotton Patch restaurant and the annual Christmas Banquet. Pi Gamma Mu, left to right: Anita Sutton, Dr. Lytle Givens, sponsor, Valerie Sowell. Not pictured: Jana Adkisson. Phi Alpha Theta, left to right, seated: Mark Patey, president; Jacqueline Nash, secretary treasurer; standing: Cynthia LeGrand, JoJo Mulson, Dr. Stephan Carls, sponsor. Tommy Black, Dr. James Edmonson, W. C. Crook, Dr. James Baggett. Rutledge History and Taylor Pre -Legal Anyone with an active interest in history is welcome as a member in the Rutledge History Club. A 2.0 average in history is required for the club, which has been a part of Union since 1929. The Andrew T. ' Tip ' Taylor Pre-Legal Society meets with local judges and attorneys to introduce its members to the legal profession. Membership is open to any student with an interest in the field. Rutledge History Club Officers, left to right: Cynthia LeGrand, secretary; Tim Jerrolds, historian; Anthony Ray Michael, treasurer; Jacqueline Nash, president; Judith S. Farabee, senator; Rick McCown, associate treasurer; Loren Hartley, vice president; Lisa Rice, recorder. Rutledge History Club, left to right, first row: Janice Craig, Tammy Trexler, Linda Johnson, Wendy Long, Tina Griggs, Bobby Crawley; second row: Jacqueline Nash, Deborah Kaye Vales, Dr. James H. Edmonson, Cynthia LeGrand, Lisa Rice, Judith S. Farabee, Jay A. Moffitt, Anthony Ray Michael; third row: Dr. Stephen D. Carls, Loren G. Hartley, Rick McCown, Tim Jerrolds, Doug Watts, Dr. James A. Baggett. Andrew T. ' Tip ' Taylor Pre-Legal Society, left to right, first row: Loren Hartley, Cherilyn Tilley, Tammy Trexler, Jackie Nash, Clay Crook; second row: Brad Allen, Shaun Brown, Steve Maroney, Reggie Thomas, Judy Farabee, David Lambert, Deborah Vales, Dr. James A. Baggett; third row: Dirk Essary, Cathy Hall, Jim Donnell, Doug Waits, Rick McCown, Greg Bowers, Dr. Stephen Carls. Not Pictured: Jeff Clark Dr James Edmonson, Janet Reid, Jeannie Sims, Russell K. Wright, George Boyte, Scarlett Pickens, Ivy Scarborough, Jay A. Moffitt, Stacey Montgomery. 71 Sigma Zeta and Business Club Science and math majors and minors who have completed 15 semester hours in math and science and have at least a 3.0 GPA in these areas are eligible to join Sigma Zeta. Sigma Zeta is a national honorary science fraternity and Union ' s chapter is Alpha Upsilon, which was established in 1975. Membership advantages include recognition for academic achievements by the Sigma Zeta Honor Award, participation in nationally recognized research projects, and a means of cooperation in similar areas of interest by students of different colleges. The newly formed Business Club is an extension of the Business Depart- ment at Union. It is open to students interested in careers in economics and finance, management and marketing, office administration and accounting. This year the club visited the Nissan plant in Smyrna. Dr. Howard Newell is the group ' s sponsor. Sigma Zeta, left to right, sitting: Dr. Michael McMahan, adviser; Leigh Ann Jimmy Davis, AUyson Hobbs, Suzanne Morgan; third row: John McCullough, Cromwell, president; Scott Reid, vice president; Brenda Ross, s ecretary trea- Tim Tucker, Omar Hamada, Lisa Hight. surer; second row: Alison McDonald, Tammy Yarbrough, Kevin Bass, Dr. ,jll«i£: Members of the Business Club took a field trip to the Nissan Plant in Smyrna. Association for Computing Machinery Kappa Mu Epsilon Association for Computing Machinery, left to right, first row: Mr. Richard Nadig, Mr. Bill Truex; second row: Judy Escue, Diane Bertouille, Denise Mosby, Suzanne Gurley, Mr. Dwayne Jennings; third row: Jeff Taylor, Ricky Tillman, Darryl Presley, Mark Tubbs, Tami Koonce, Laurie Hale, Emily Garrett, Marcy Boston. One of Union ' s newest organiza- tions, the Association for Computing Machinery, is constantly trying to promote student awareness in all areas of computer careers. ACM ' s member- ship has grown substantially since its founding in 1981. ACM is the world ' s largest educational and scientific socie- ty for computing professionals. Mr. Bill Truex is the faculty advisor for ACM. Kappa Mu Epsilon, a national mathematics honor society, was estab- lished on Union ' s campus in 1965. The purpose of KME is to further interest in math, disseminate knowledge of mathematics and familiarize the members with the advances being made in the mathematics area. To be considered for membership, a person must have completed at least three math courses while maintaining a high GPA. This year KME is under the leadership of Dr. Joseph Tucker. Kappa Mu Epsilon, left to right, first row: Walt Warren, Don Kwasigroh, Mr. Dwayne Jennings, Mr. Richard Nadig; second row: Lee Ann Hobbs, Betsy Murley, Rachel Dunning, Laurie Hale, Marcy Boston, Lu Anne Webb; third row: Mr. Richard Dehn, Mr. Don Richard, Dr. Joseph Tucker, Charlotte Stockton, Katrina Bradfield, Brenda Ross, Dorn ' e Jarnagin, Judy Escue, Sandy Hale. Sociology Club Psychology Club The Sociology Club is open to any student majoring or minoring in sociology or having an interest in the field of sociology. The aim of this organization is to promote inquiry in the discipline. Encouragement is given in the field of sociology by association between members. The Sociology Club is under the direction of Mrs. Brenda Collins. Union ' s Psychology Club opens its membership to any student with a major or minor in psychology. The purpose of the Psychology Club is to acquaint the members with the field of psychology and the opportunities within the profession. Members are encouraged in the areas of academic achievement, initiative, and depen- dability. Dr. David Vickery and Dr. Bill Bouchillon are the faculty advisors. Sociology Club, left to right, first row: Rose Turner, Melanie Miller, Kimberly Carter, Toni Simmons, Maria Jackson; second row: Matt Hudson, Brenda Collins, Gina B. Chea, Mark C. Fields, Richard Stevenson, Karlin Waterman. Psychology Club, left to right, kneeling: Steve Davis, Kenneth Wilson, Brenda Prince, Sheri Murphy, Valerie Sowell, Connie Curtis, Mrs. Teresa Hawkins; first row: Kim Carter, Sheri Rice, Anita Sutton, Diane Bertouille, Cathy Hall, Jana Adkisson, Alison McDonald, Mark Fields, David Smith, Russell Cole, Wanda Shirley; second row: Pat Rist, J. T. Wilcox, Tim Wheat, Rusty Bright, Dr. David Vickery, Dr. Bill Bouchillon, George Boyte. Fellowship of Christian Athletes, left to right, first row: Mark Pendergrass, Emily Garrett, Mike Parker, Melissa Long, John Jackson, Lu Anne Webb, Darrell Maxwell, Mindy Dean; second row: Mitzi Bailey, Kevin Ezell, Steve Howard, Barry Puckett, Keith Potter, Teri Lynn Pierce, Brenda Ross, Tim Wheat, Ricky Beck, Sherra Lowry, Lou Ann Patterson. Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Physical Education Majors Club Physical Education Majors Club is open to anyone who is majoring or minoring in Physical Education. The main purpose of this organization is to promote the availabihty and student awareness of job opportunities in the field of physical education. The group worked closely with the Jackson Marathon this year. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes challenges athletes, coaches, and all who they influence to receive Jesus Christ as Savior and to serve Him through their relationships and in the fellowship of the local church. Union ' s chapter is open to all students, faculty, and staff that have earned a varsity letter in either high school or college either as athletes, managers, or cheerleaders. The Christian athletes meet monthly to pray, have Bible study, and share testimonies. FCA raises money each year to present a partial scholarship to a fellow Christian Bulldog or Lady Bulldog in need of financial assistance. Coach Ron Barry directs this group. Physical Education Majors Club, left to right, first row: Jennifer Yeldell, Robbie Smith, Anita King, Rhonda King; second row: Debbie Sheehy, William McBroom, Terry Powers, Dennis Mltcheil, Jack Woods; third row: Kelly Hardcastle, Winston Varnado, Tony Shuiss. Residency Councils When the classes are over, it ' s back to the dorms for many Union students. The governing bodies of our resident complexes are the Resident Life Board, Men ' s Dorm Council and Women ' s Dorm Council. These elected students work with the dorm directors and Miss Maggie Nell Brewer. The Resident Life Board plans activities, especially on weekends, for student entertainment. This year ' s movies included " The Jazz Singer, " " Superman II, " and " Holiday Inn. " The Men ' s Dorm Council serve as mediators between male residents and the men ' s dorm directors. Their responsibilities include supervision of the use of recreational equipment. Working with Mrs. June Wildmon and Mrs. Irene Towater is part of the responsibility of serving on the Women ' s Dorm Council. The students oversee dorm checks and plan parties for each street within the complex. Resident Life Board, left to right: Mark Berlin, David Martin, Maria Jackson, Carla Yarbrough. Not pictured: Paul Wilcox, president. Men ' s Dorm Council, left to right: Mark Berlin, Lance Word, Russell Cole, Jim Kovac, Richard Stevenson, Robert McBroom, Phil Brewer. I Women ' s Dorm Council, left to right, first row: Julie Zeak, Laurie Hale; second row: Denise Chappell, Angela Powers, Rose Owen, Susan Chalmers, Connie Hutchison, Yarbrough. Jenny Pruitt, Sharon Sutton, Jennifer Cox, Carla Student Foundation and Prexy Club The Student Foundation is made up of students chosen for leadership ability, character and outstanding scholarship. They serve in a public relations capacity as goodwill ambassadors for the college. They act as campus hosts and hostesses, write letters to prospective students and alumni, and speak in churches, high schools, junior colleges and clubs. They are supervised by Director of Student Enlistment Carroll Griffin. The Prexy Club consists of the presidents of all the clubs on campus and the SGA officers. The club, led by Dr. Robert Craig, meets monthly for an early breakfast and to listen to featured speakers. The Prexy Club is not an organization, but an association in which campus leaders can come together and exchange ideas and practices found helpful in maintaining a successful relationship between school and administration. Student Foundation, left to right, first row: Chris Williams, Kelly Bradley, Reggie Thomas, Debbie The Student Foundation was Deere, Scott Watson, Judy Farabee, Darrell Maxwell, Lynette Shelly, Steve Maness, second row: LeAnne luncheon in the fall. Robbins, Tim Wheat, Karen Hutchison, Robert Crawford, Jon Cawley, Kevin Ezell, Carol Morris, Lance Word, Angela Stewart. Prexy Club, left to right, first row: Scot Finley, Chris Williams, Clayton Owen, Reggie Thomas, Tim Wheat, Kevin Ezell, Steve Carr, Steve Maness, Richard Stevenson, second row: Stephanie White, Jackie Nash, Mary Helen Scott, Toni Simmons, Beketa Anderson, Darlene Carr, Anita Sutton, third row: Beth Mcllwain, Tammy Trexler, Judy Escue. Mark Berlin, Bill Henry, Cherilyn Tilley, Jana Adkisson, Jennifer Ciement, Walt Warren, Karen Hutchison, fourth row: Dr. Robert Craig, Miss Maggie Nell Brewer. 77 Union University Chorus The Union University Chorus, under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Hartley, is open to any student interested in choral music. This group gives two major performances each year that are broadcast over a local radio station. This year " The Childhood of Christ " by Hector Berlioz was per- formed during the Christmas season. Accompany ing the Chorus was Scott Bennett on the piano. i5t.T ' 75sM ' ? ' ' - 5SS ' ; !; ? , Steve Maness shares a point of interest with other Chorus members. Union University Chorus Union University Singers, left to right, first row: Lorie Clayton, Donna Strickland, Alison Stewart, Michael Barnett, Clark Inman, Sam Newman, Mindy Dean, Sheila McFadden, Sheri Murphy; second row: Carol Pinkston, Jolynn Wallace, Kelly Daniel, Tim Wakefield, Jeff Morgan, Todd Lowe, Betsy Barker, Carol Morris, Sarah Robbins; third row: Sharon Crihfield, Beth Hamlet, Jennifer Fuqua, Ricky Eaves, Mike Eaves, Tim Dukes, Alisa Clift, Leanne Robbins, Lisa McCollum; fourth row: Eric Barron, Nelda Bradford, Jim Pinkston, Tim Tucker, Kelly Sorrell, Lauren Burke, Steve Kellogg; fifth row: David Martin, Drew Gay, Ray Frazier, Paul Wilcox, Director Dr. Kenneth Hartley Union Singers The Union University Singers is Union ' s primary touring group. Their per forming skills are used to spread goodwill and promote Union and its music department. Fall semester is devoted to preparing a concert for the spring tour. The group also performs for chapel and other special occasions. Directed by Dr. Kenneth Hartley, Singers is open to the student body and membership can by obtained by audition only. Eric Barron and Jim Pinkston perform together in Singers and Proclamation. Kelly Daniel and Beth Gay dressed lik art of Singers initiation. 79 Stage and Symphonic Bands Providing Union with popular music is the purpose of the Stage Band. One of their services is to cheer us on and inspire the teams at ball games. Again this year the Stage Band has added vocalists to perform with them at campus events such as the Miss Union Pageant. The Stage Band also gave a concert in the cafeteria during the fall. Mr. Charles Huffman directs this group. The Symphonic Band brings classical music to Union ' s campus. Each year they perform a formal concert in the chapel which is broadcast over a local radio station. Members must have talent and dedication to be chosen for this talented group. Music for graduation is provided by the Symphonic Band each year. Directing these musicians is Mr. David McClune. Stage Band, left to right, first row: Charles Allen, Kelly Sorrell, Chris Hunter, Robert Sims, Marilee Mears, Kevin Jaggers, Mark Berlin; second row: Barrett Bryant, Cheryl Johnson, Jo Garner, Melanie Campbell, Paul Clark, Alisa Clift, Darrin Devault, Todd Lowe, Russell Cole, Omar Hamada, Philip Brewer, Billy Davie, Eric Barron. Symphonic Band, left to right, first row: Phyllis Landreth, Marilee Mears; second row: Jenny Smith, Shawn Stringer, Denise Rowland, Kimberly Stanley, Wanda Dixon; third row: Katherine Swindle, Gail McClune, Cathy Reed, Charles Allen, Chris Hunter, Renee Smith, Trish Kerby, fourth row: Mr. David McClune, Todd Lowe, Keith Mattocks, Darrin Devault, Philip Brewer, Bill Poyner, Mark Berlin, Eric Barron, Keith Jaggers, Dr. Kenneth Hartley, Mr. Charles Huffman; fifth row: Paul Clark, Pat Austin, Philip Long, Tami Koonce. Proclamation, left to right, first row: Alisa Clift, Jennifer Fuqua, Grace Cosmiano, Sarah Robbins, Sharon Crihfield; second row: Dr. Keneth Harley, Ricky Eaves, Eric Barron, Drew Gay, Jim Pinkston. Proclamation and Covenant Proclamation is a musical group which performs during the year at various campus events as well as at surrounding area churches, high schools, and civic clubs. Membership is limited to music majors through audition. Proclamation represents Union ' s Christian commitment through their musical performances. Dr. Kenneth Hartley directs this group. Singing their praise to the Lord, Covenant strives to promote Union through their performances. Selected through auditions, members must be a music major or minor. Covenant serves as one of Union ' s public relation groups through their shows at banquets, retreats, and conventions. Directing this group is Dr. Larry Smith. Covenant, left to right, Steve Kellough, Mindy Dean, Kevin Smith, Debbie Madoni, Beth Gay, Lauren Burke, Allen Woodhouse, Lorie Clayton, David Martin. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia broadened their activities this year by bringing back the tradition of All-Sing. All-Sing ' 83 theme centered on " Together in One Voice " and featured a combined choir of all groups involved in All-Sing singing the Barry Manilow hit, " One Voice. " Michael Barnett served as All-Sing chairman and successfully combined all aspects of the event to make an enjoyable evening. All-Sing is a campus-wide event in which all sororities, fraternities, clubs, and other campus organizations are invited to participate. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a honor fraternity for men in the music field. Founded in 1898, the men of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia aim for encouragement of loyalty to the Alma Mater, development of true fraternal spirit and brotherhood, and the fostering of mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music. The Iota Sigma Chapter of Union University was chartered in 1960. Alisa Clift served as this year ' s Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Sweetheart. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Officers, left to right: David McClune, faculty advisor; J. Mark Berlin, vice president; Michael Barnett, secretary; Tim Tucker, treasurer; Richard Stevenson, historian; Lance Word, Phi Mu Alpha pledges congratulate each other on chaplain; Clark Inman, warden; Kelvin Smith, music educator; David Martin, exec. alum. sec. their initiation. Phi Mu Alpha, left to right, seated: Sweetheart Ahsa Clift; first row: J. Mark Berlin, Michael Barnett, Jeff Morgan, Charles Allen, Clark Inman, Kelvin Smith, David Martin, Allen Woodhouse; second row; Jim Pinkston, Omar Hamada, Kelly Sorrell, Tim Tucker, Lance Word, Stacy Campbell, Richard Stevenson, Ricky Eaves; third row: Ray Frazier, Mike Eaves, Eric Barron. Sigma Alpha Iota Sigma Alpha Iota, the largest and oldest international honor fraternity for women, seeks to promote young women in the field of music. Membership is based on scholarship and musical ability, and is open to women majoring or minoring in music. Bids are distributed in both fall and spring semesters. Pledges carry a rose to symbolize sisterly love and everlasting friendship. SAI was founded in 1903 at Michigan University. Union ' s chapter, Gamma Sigma, was chartered in 1960. SAI Officers, left to right: Mary Helen Scott, president; Debbie Overstreet, vice president; Sharon Crihfield, recording secretary; Carol Morris, corresponding secretary; Alisa Clift, chaplain; Melanie Campbell, sergeant-at-arms. Not pictured: Donna Strickland, treasurer. Sigma Alpha Iota, left to right, first row: Sharon Crihfield, Lorie Clayton, Mary Helen Scott, Lois Whitt, Cheryl Johnson; second row: Carol Pinkston, Carol Morris, Lisa Grace McCoUum, Nelda Bradford, Brenda Goodwill, Sheila Willis McFadden, Debbie Overstreet Campbell. Ilia Naylor, Melanie ' -■ BBBIi ,i ftKt " ' ■r Greeks Alpha Tau Omega Founded after the Civil War, Alpha Tau Omega sought to encourage brotherhood among young men in the North and South. Union ' s Beta Omega chapter was chartered on February 28, 1894, twenty-nine years after the fraternity was started. The brothers are represented by the colors azure and gold. The ATO Air Band Concert was once again a campus success, raising money for the Lodge Fund. Fraternity Sweetheart Karen Hutchison was a member of the Homecoming Court, escorted by President George Boyte. Officers, left to right: Gerry Brittain, secretary; Jon Cawley, vice president; George Boyte, president; Vann Raley, treasurer; David White, historian. Actives, left to right, first row: Frank Christie, Randy Bishop, Rick McCown, George Boyte, Phil Stafford, Jon Cawley; second row: Mike Lovelady, Doyle Miller, Fred Birmingham, Vann Raley, David White, Walt Warren, Doug Brown, Kevin Bass, Scott Lavelle, Jess Parker. TWSRfm r : Pledges, left to right, first row: Ricky Hayslip, Barrett Ladd, Shaun Brown, John Doster, Maik Escue; second row: Kevin Burns, David Williams, Sims Byrd, Scott Hopper, Hank Thomas, Jim Kovac, Charlie Fleeman, Steve Robinson. Little Sisters, left to right, first row: Marcy Boston, Tracey Baker, Karen Hutchison, Dana DeLoach, Jodi Osborne, Patti Childers, Delaine Bottoms; second row: Melinda Moore, Sheila McFadden, Connie Hutchison, Debbie Deere, Dawn Wilson, Cindy Brooks, Malesa Watkins, Angela Stewart, LeeAnne Hobbs. Terri Vopel, Janet Chi Omega Union is the home of the fourth largest chapter of Chi Omega, Upsilon. The foremost purpose behind the organization is scholarship. 1983 was the thirty-sixth consecutive year Chi Omega has won the Inter-Sorority Scholarship Trophy given on Awards Day. The national sorority was estab- lished April 5, 1895, at the University of Arkansas. Upsilon was founded at Union in 1924. The group ' s colors are cardinal and straw and the official flower is the white carnation. " Hellenic Culture and Christian Ideals " is the group ' s open motto. Officers, left to right, first row: Marcy Boston, treasurer; Jana Adkisson, president; Alicia Swaim: vice president; Lisa Jones, secretary; second row: Cathy Pinkley, pledge trainer; Angela Stewart, rush chairman; Elizabeth Donnell, social chairman; Debbie Deere, personnel. Not pictured: Denise Chappell, _ chapter correspondent. Chi-0 President Jana Adkisson was chosen Miss Union and Homecoming Queen. Seniors, left to right, first row: Marcy Boston, Susan Sitton, Betsy Hubert, Adele Dunham, Laurie Hale; second row: Jana Adkisson, Angela Stewart, Cathy Pinkley, Melinda Moore, Elizabeth Donnell; third row: Lisa Jones, Lu Anne Webb, Cheryl Thomas, Tammy Trexler, Tonya Rogers. Pledges, left to right, first row: Suzanne Duck, Beth Luckey, Sandra Skinner, Lori Earp, Pam Hutchens, Grace Cosmiano, Gina Wright, Karen Bell, Tracey Shaw; second row: Jennifer Hatcher, Dianne Skelton, Cindy Turner, Stacey Sheppard, Laura Anne Patteson, Debbie Walker, Donna Clay, Rhonda Coleman, Teresa Simmons, Patti Childers, Stephanie Stephens, Mindy Dean, Cindy Durham; third row: Patsy Newman, Lisa Bryant, Melanie Miller, Kristy Tooms, Marie Melton, Lisa Haydock, Dawn Wilson, Libby Humphreys, Robin Hari, Donna Asbridge, Debbie Madoni, Tobey Dehn, Carla Bain, Lauren Burke. Upsilon Chapter, Chi Omega Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha, known as the " Fraternity of Honest Friendship, " has been active since 1909. The internation- al brotherhood encourages every member to better society through his unique talents and abilities. Union ' s Lambda Zeta Zeta chapter is quite active and has participated in several campus events this year. Lambda Chi ' s ensemble placed third in All-Sing and won both the Greek Olympics and the Homecoming Display Competition. The brothers sponsored a basketball game to benefit St. Jude ' s Hospital in Memphis. Officers, left to right: Tim Dukes, fraternity educator and alumni secretary; Carlton Gerrell, recruitment chairman; Scott Watson, treasurer; Mike Franks, president; Robert Crawford, vice president; Tim Tucker, secretary; Kelly Sorrell, social chairman; David Outlaw, scholarship. Lambda Chi Alpha: left to right, seated: Mark McCoy, Steve Uttz, Pat Austin, Thomas Smith, Tommy Cupples; standing: Robert Crawford, Kelly SorreU, Scott Watson, Drew Marcom, Mike Franks, Bob Bratcher, Carlton Gerrell, Paul Kann, Sandy Yopp, David Outlaw, Tim Dukes, Jerry Carter, Tim Tucker. Crescents, left to right: Brenda Williamson, Jeffery Walker, Linda Craig, Kelly Bradley, Ginny Knight, Donna Dunavant, Cindy Anderson, Donna Hutchison, Deborah Vales, Betsy Baker. Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Ginny Knight makes the familiar ascent to her room. Lambda Chi Alpha captured first place in the Greek Olympics this year. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded in 1856. Union ' s chapter, Tennessee Eta, was installed in 1857, and it is the fourth oldest chapter of the national organization. The colors of the fraternity are royal purple and old gold, and the flower is the purple violet. SAE emphasizes individuality and considers this its most important characteristic. Outstanding qualities of each member blend together to unite and strengthen the brotherhood. This year SAE participated in a benefit mud football game with a Lambuth fraternity, with proceeds going toward i Muscular Dystrophy. The 1983-84 SAE Queen is Betsy | Hubert. Officers, left to right, kneeling: Clayton Owen, president; Tommy Black, vice Harvey Church, secretary; Dan Heisserer, pledge trainer president; standing: Dennis Caperton, treasurer; Loren Hartley, herald; Actives, left to right, kneeling: Greg Robinson, Kent Freeman, Dusty Taylor, Fred Holcombe, Clayton Owen, Dennis Caperton, Donald Jarnagin, Doddridge, Harvey Church, Mark Patey; standing: Dan Heisserer, Mark Chris Craig, Loren Hartley, Tommy Black Pledges, left to right, kneeling: Phil Burse, Tim Forderhase, Greg Allison, Steve Maroney, Mike Rodriguez-Chapman; standing; Jamil Mason, Jeff Anderson, Chris Gotten, Danny Jackson, Tim MacArthur, Scott Fowler, Gunnar Adalberth Little Sisters, left to right, first row: Teresa Simmons, Mary Watkins, Lynette Shelly, Ginny Jones, Carol Swafford; second row: Carla Bain, Kim MacDonald, Alicia Swaim, Teresa Stewart, Rhonda Coleman, Lana Younger; third row: Patti Heuiser, Melanie Alexander, Tarumy Rogers, Scarlett Pickens, Suzanne Duck, Leigh Wilson, Mitzi Baiiey, Cindy Turner, Julie Zeak, Mary Anne Stephenson 93 Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha was founded in 1898. Union ' s Beta Omega chapter has been active since 1935. The sorority ' s colors are turquoise blue and steel gray, and their motto is " Seek the Noblest. " The founding purpose behind ZTA is a sisterhood to enrich the lives of educated women. Union ' s Zetas were very active on campus this year, ' beginning with Founder ' s Day. The group won All-Sing with their presentation of " New York, New York. " Members competed in the Air Band Cocnert and Karen Hutchison was a member of the Homecoming Court. Officers, left to right, first row: Kelly Bradley, second vice president; Anita Sutton, president; Martha Barron, first vice president; second row: Karen Hutchison, historian - reporter; DeAnn Jarvis, ritual chairman, Sondra Taylor, recording secretary; Katrena Baird, treasurer. Not pictured: Patti Heuiser, Panhellenic delegate. Actives, left to right, first row: Lana Younger, Karen Hutchison, Anita Sutton, Lisa McDaniel, Terry Liddy, Kathy Jolly, Cathy Studards, Melinda Laughlin, Terry Vopel; second row: Kelly Bradley, Jennifer Yeldell, Cindy Brooks, Pam Darby, Michele Davis, Sharon Sutton, Misty Sellers, Mary Helen Scott, Suzanne Nelms; third row: Cindy Doster, Pam CuUins, DeAnn Jarvis, Sondra Taylor, Angle Gregory, Katrena Baird, Leigh Wilson, Tracy Baker, Martha Barron, Sharon Mcllwain, Patti Appleton, Denise Alexander, Michele Hunt. Not pictured: Christi Burns, Cathy Barnes, Patti Heuiser, Alison Langley, Sherry Griffin, Beth Wright, Lisa Alexander. Pledges, left to right, first row: Kristi Elmore, Darlene Hudson, Patricia Vincent, Tina Kirk, Sharon Cox; second row: Paula Rowsy, Nancy Atkeison, Brenda Williamson, Pamela Vincent, Shannon Dwyer, Jodi Osborne, Connie Hutchison, Jenny Pruitt, Kim Carter; third row: Shari Rice, Pam Stephens, Leigh Ann Griggs, Melanye Stewart, Dana DeLoach, Terry Powers, Karen Williamson, Pam Crawley. Not pictured: Janna Boyle, Stephanie Cole, Leanna Elmore, Kari Forrest, Sandy Graham, Cindy Jordan, Bridgette Keathley, Sherri Percer, Cathy Reed, Sharon Sturdivant. Zeta Men, left to right, first row: Don Kwasigroh, Dennis Caperton, Darrell Maxwell, Gerry Brittain; second row: Eric Barron, Barry Puckett, Vann Raley, Walt Warren, Rick McCown. Not v iuuie-l, Mark Pendergrass. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Queen Betsy Hubert is a former Lady Bulldog. A senior from Bradford, she is active in Chi Omega. Alpha Tau Omega Lambda Chi Alpha Karen Hutchison, Sweetheart, is active in Zeta Tau Alpha and the STEA. Linda Craig was chosen as Crescent Girl. She is a junior from Humboldt She is a senior from Ripley. and involved in the ACM. 96 t:AE Inter-Fraternity Council, left to right, first row: Dan Heisserer, Tim Dukes; second row: Gunnar Adalberth and Carlton Gerrell. Not pictured: Mike Lovelady, president. Inter-Fraternity and Panhellenic Councils The Inteifraternity Council is the governing body for the fraternities at Union. Delegates from each of the three fraternities compose the IFC. Regula- tions and rules for formal rush are composed and enforced by the IFC. The Panhellenic Council at Unions is an extension of the National Panhellenic Council. The NPC is an organization consisting of twenty-six national sororities bound together for the furtherance of sorority life, scholar- ship, and intellectual accomplishment. Panhellenic Council, left to right, first row: Patti Heuiser, president; Melinda publicity; Jana Adkisson, social chairman; Angela Stewart, treasurer. Moore, vice president; second row: Janet Watkins, secretary, Anita Sutton, Academics A u God has led me. . . . " " God has led me in an exciting and blessed career in administration. I have learned that success can be obtained by hard work, in cooperation with board members and other friends, under the Divine leadership of God. I believe the Bible is the inspired truth of God and that the world ' s greatest need is the teaching, the receiving, and the living of this Holy Word. " Dr. Craig ' s statement reflects his dedication to the Christian educations we are receiving. Union ' s president attended college at East Texas Baptist College and later East Texas State and North Texas State. Prior to college. Dr. Craig worked as a paper boy, shoe shine boy, construction worker and forester. Dr. Craig ' s various responsibilities include making administrative decisions. The 1983-84 academic year marks Dr. Craig ' s sixteenth year as president of Union. Union ' s president took time out to attend a reception honoring our winning baseball team. jPIHp H M The President ' s reception is an annual highlight of Union ' s fall semester. Board of Trustees Business and community leaders, ministers, educators, and professional persons are elected by the Tennessee Baptist Convention to serve as the Board of Trustees of Union University. Their purpose is not to be involved in academic or administrative decisions but to pursue the full development of the college. The Trustees work closely with Dr. Craig in this pursuit. Scholarship and excellence in education are their ultimate goals. Dr. Craig ' s duties include his work with the Trustees. Jerry Glisson is Chairman of the Trustees. Board of Trustees, left to right, seated: Jim Threlkeld, J. H. Patrick, Jane Alderson, Mrs. Solon Freeman, Mrs. Glenn Raines, Harold Brundige, Bill Cockroft, Mack Forrester; standing: Wayne Rhear, Charles Hudson, Marvin Sandidge, Ray Newcomb, George Jones, Jimmy Foster, Charles Breeding, Hardy Graham, Waymon Jones, John Drinnon, Darrell Clarke, A. V. Pickler, Mark Howard, Joe Walker, John Pippin, Polk Glover, Bob Lamons, Jim Witherington. Not Pictured: Benard Blasingame, Al Hansard, Van Snider, Walton West, Bill Adcock, Olive Holmes, Bobby Morris, David Nunn, Don Stephenson, Hobart Townsend, Cecil Ebersold, Gene Howell, John McRee, Enoch Radford, Dale Treadway, Jerry Glisson, E. T. Palmer, John Lee Taylor, Don Whitt, Whitney Chambers, Wesley Pitts, Bill Walker. Vice Presidents For a university to succeed it needs effective administrators. Union has leaders with this and many other admirable qualities. These individuals make many important decisions con- cerning student life and educational opportunities. They are responsible for our interest and educational needs. Our administrators must consider Union ' s needs for today and tomorrow. These needs are being met through effective leadership. Larry Stewart Vice President of Development Mr. Elliott tries to make ends meet. Miss Btewer participates in the blood drive. R. G. Elliott Vice President of Business Affairs Maggie Nell Brewer Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. John Adams Vice President for Religious Affairs Academic Center The Academic Center is a vital aspect of our campus. Leadership is provided to both students and instruc- tors. The center coordinates the academic programs, houses student records and certifies students for graduation. The individuals who work in the Academic Center take careful steps to provide proper care for records and assist students when questions on academic credits arise. This office also works with transfer students. Graduates are cleared in the Academic Center. Dr. C. Pat Taylor Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs The Academic Center and Admissions work together to benefit students. Jane Nichols Registrar Curriculum is under the supervision of the Academic Vice Presidents. Development Union is a growing campus. With the large enrollment These funds are received from alumni, businesses, churches of the student body comes the need for added funds. The and friends of Union. They have Union ' s future in perspective Development Office constantly works to raise the funds to and are aiming to uphold Union ' s tradition of excellence, counterbalance the cost of education and the actual tuition. ■ P|r - " »» . m [ v - ' - Fi 3 Paul Veazey Assistant Director of Development Mike Rowland Director of Corporate Support Olen Law Director of Planned Giving Alumni Affairs Jane Browand Assistant Director of Financial Aid Assistant Director of Financial Aid Jane Browand helps students with financial aid forms. I Student Affairs Housing, meals, medical services and testing are under the jurisdiction of Miss Maggie Nell Brewer and the Student Affairs office. This office is responsible for making each student ' s adjustment to college life pleasant. Individual needs and those of the student body are taken into consideration. A new addition to this staff is Danny Patterson, who is Activities Director in conjunction with the newly constructed Student Activities Center. Clyde Fugate Dean of Men Doug Skiles Director of Placement and Counseling Danny Patterson Director of Educational Activities Center June Wildmon Director of Women ' s Housing David Oran Director of Men ' s Housing .. i- Max Blackman Assistant Director of Housing Irene Towater Assistant Director of Housing Sarah Hammett Administrative Assistant Margaret Boyd College Nurse Religious Affairs Union strives to provide education within the framework ReKgious Affairs complement Union ' s total program by of Christian ideals. This goal is achieved through cooperation providing leadership in spiritual growth, Christian witness between the Academic Center and the Religious Affairs and other student interests. Individuals are encouraged to Office, a crucial part of a Baptist university. explore their personal relationships with God. The G. M. Savage Memorial chapel is designed to show the importance Union places on religion. M ' % BSU sponsored Truth through Religious Affairs Scott Brewer Asst. Vice President of Religious Affairs Scott Brewer works with BSU president Steve Carr to coordinate activities. Admissions Recruiting potential students to Union is the job of the admissions staff. Their duties include organizing Union ' s annual Campus Day for high school students and utilizing the talents of the Student Foundation. The admissions staff also does off-campus work Members visit high schools and churches in Tennessee and neighboring states. Admissions aims to inform as many students as possible of Union and its purposes and aims. Union is represented by our admissions staff, and their success is shown by our continuing rise in enrollment. Admission secretary Barbara Moore works with students before and after they are enrolled. Carroll Griffin Director of Student Enlistment Dan Bates Admissions Counselor Cappy Chinn Admissions Counselor Teresa Luna Admissions Counselor Dan Bates works with present students in organizing Campus Day for prospective students. Elizabeth Wingo Admissions Counselor Business Office Union ' s expansions and continued growth would not be possible without the Business Office. This office is responsible for the college ' s fiscal policy. Student accounts and campus expenditures are managed by the staff. These accounts include the book store and the student charge accounts there. Efficiency is displayed by this staff and may be seen in Union ' s sound position. This year, a newly enlarged Book- store was opened, offering essentials for campus life. ! M4 Robert Simpson Vice President for Business Affairs Terresia Reasons Bursar Johnny Dougan Superintendent, Buildings Grounds Jessie Smith Part-time Peggie Pearce Bookkeeper Margaret Jones Bookkeeper Shari Douglas Accounts Payable Clerk Dot Gee Development Office Elouise Graves President ' s Office Administrative Assistants Union ' s leaders are aided in their daily activities by administrative assis- tants who lighten work loads considera- bly and help Union ' s various offices run more smoothly and efficiently. These assistants also deal with students and handle any problems they can. This balance of authority is useful to both administrators and students at Union. - ' : ' ' l ' ' :,.: : ' ' v k m 0f- «? ' Mi " tM JjIM Renee Mitchell Business Office Jimmy Williams needed help at the Business Office. % Rose Melton Religious Affairs Office Jackie Bobbitt Academic Center Peggy Robinson Admissions Office Staff Assistants Each of Union University ' s admin- istrative heads is aided by an assistant. These assistants help Union ' s adminis- trators with their appointments, calls, and correspondence. They also greet students and the public. Other administrative assistants work with the bookstore and switch- board. Those in the bookstore have increased responsibility with the ex- panded bookstore and post office. The efficiency with which UU is managed is increased with this help. Francelle Franklin Financial Aid Bookkeeper Barbara On Academic Center Barbara Moore Admissions Office Beverly Fisher Public Relations Lanell Sims Alumni Affairs Dorothy Holt Bookstore Ann Studards Bookstore College Services The ability to type is essential to Mrs. Hopper ' s job in College Services. The staff of College Services performs an essential service to Union in helping to maintain a smooth daily routine. The office is the center for secretarial and reproduction work for the faculty and staff. Duplication of exams, newsletters, programs and publications are duties of the staff, as well as maintenance of mail service for faculty and administration. Dorothy Hopper Barbara K. Maners Mae Scott, Supervisor Polly Spencer Library Resources, resources and more resources. The Union University library provides students with a great number of resources such as books, periodicals, cassettes, microfilm, slides, and film strips. The library a lso includes group study rooms, a music listening room, a career center, and a language labora- tory. The staffs reputation for supply- ing up-to-date materials makes Union ' s library a valuable center for students and the community as well. Beverly Hearn Reference Librarian Many Union students find the library a useful tool to aid in studying for classroom assignments and research for required papers. Mr. Bass and Ms. Williams confer about the organizational change fromr Dewey Decimal System to Library of Congress. Pat Morris Circulation Librarian Richard Rogers Catalog Librarian Virginia Zachary Periodicals Librarian Library Two students find the library to be useful in preparing for various research Mrs. Pat Morris looks through many cards to reserve those books that papers. instructors call for. Vera Butler Library Technician Some books leave us free, and some books make us free. Emerson Cathy Williams Library Technician School of Fine Arts When man has trouble communicating his inner thoughts with words, he turns to other forms of expression. The visual arts and music are mediums of these trapped feelings. The School of Fine Arts deals with more than what one sees and hears. They look beyond the obvious to see the artist ' s philosophy and perception of the things which surround him. They also instruct in the skills of performance and creation of different art forms. Dr. Pat Pinson Dean of the School of Fine Arts Union ' s music depart- ment instructs students in the musical performance. It also teaches the historical and philosophical aspects of composers and the music they wrote. Courses are offered to prepare students to instruct others in the study of music. The music department sponsors two bands and four singing groups on campus. Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota are also extensions of this area of study. Dr. Kenneth Hartley Chairman of Department Dr. Pat Pinson Professor Ann Biggs Associate Professor Dr. Joseph Blass Professor Charles Huffman Assistant Professor Dr. Hartley leads Singers and Chorus. Dr. Smith prepares to perform. Max Pugh Associate Professor Senior Melanie Campbell entertains the student body with " What a Feeling. " Dr. Larry Smith Assistant Professor Art Grove Robinson and James Har- gett strive to provide students with an environment and curriculum to cater to their art interests in the Art depart- ment. Classes are designed to train the hands and eyes while exercising the mind and spirit. Students are offered the principles and analytic skills of style in Art History and given an overview of the field in Art Appreciation. Positive features of the department include modern facilities and materials avail- able to the students. The Art department has been expanded by the addition of an Art Gallery which will house senior exhibits and other showings during the year. James Hargett Assistant Professor Art goes beyond paint and brushes, it is also found in photography and many other media. School of Humanities The School of Humanities includes the departments of language, religion, philosophy, English, journalism, speech, theatre, history and political science. The scope of the courses offered within these departments reaches man ' s cultural aspects. Man ' s place in his universe is explored to interpret meanings. This exploration can help widen the individual ' s mental horizons and thought processes. The School of Humanities empha- sizes the skills of reading, listening, evaluating, writing and speaking. Also focused upon are man ' s history, reason- ing abilities, beliefs, and relationships with other beings. Dr. James Baggett serves as Dean. Dr. James Baggett Dean Languages Language study helps students to learn not only how to speak another language but to have some understand- ing of the cultural background of its native speakers. The department em- phasizes proper communication skills to help students effectively communicate in a second language. These skills are profitable in many government and professional jobs as more people come into our lives with a different language than our own. Students get both in-class instruction and practical lab experience. Spanish, French, German and Greek are offered. Cynthia Jayne Acting Chairman Dr. Sara Harris Assistant Professor Religion and Philosophy The Religion and Philosophy department helps students to attain a better understanding of the Bible and other philosophies. This is done through courses in philosophy, Greek, the Bible, and others. These aid students going into the pastorate or other church leadership positions and students who simply wish to increase their realm of knowledge. Along with teaching, these instruc- tors work with the Vice-President of Religious Affairs to provide special guidance for students in church-related vocations. The part-time instructors are Dr. John Adams, Dr. Hyran Barefoot, Mr. Scott Brewer and Dr. Walter Taylor. Dr. David Irby Chairman of Department Dr. Tilley gives blood during the blood drive held here at Union. " It is more blessed to give than receive. " Dr. Jim Jones Associate Professor Dr. Clyde TiUey Professor Religion and Philosophy department chairman Dr. David Irby prepares for class. English and Journalism No matter what career a person pursues, it is necessary that he knows how to communicate well. The depart- ment of English Journahsm seeks to improve communication skills and increase appreciation of literature. The basics of English are presented along with methods to develop writing skills. Student publications, The Cardinal and Cream and Lest We Forget, are coordinated through this department. Career opportunities in English and journalism are numerous, and the background offered at Union is of immense value. Dr. Clark is sponsor of the English honorary society, Sigma Tau Delta. Dr. George Clark Department Chairman " Writing, when properly managed, is but a different name for conversation. " Laurence Sterne " Everyone know that it is much harder to turn word into deed than deed into word. " Bishop Gore Dr. Louise Bentley Associate Professor Betty H. Foellinger dissociate Professor Dr. Ernest Pinson Professor The English department sponsors the Beta Omicron chapter of Sigma Tau Delta. Oh, what was that writer ' s first name? u oar Ld - or o6aij ? Marilyn Smothers Assistant Professor -q: A constant reminder that editors are human too. Speech Theatre Broadcasting Speech and Theatre courses year with two professional cameras, develop skills in communication by a switcher, editing equipment and a offering experience in broadcasting and character generator for television the dramatic arts. The broadcasting production, laboratory was further enhanced this WDXI intern Brenda Robertson transfers music from reel -to-reel to cassette in the radio lab. Brad Douglass tries out one of the new cameras. Wayne Alford, Judy HarreU, and Dr. Kinnison perform Maxwell Anderson ' s thriUer " The Bad Seed. ' Dr. C. C. Kinnison Professor Jennifer Clement and Darlene Carr receive instruction on how to use the switcher. History and Political Science Courses in History and Political Science are designed to give students a historical perspective and to keep them aware of current events and their importance. This view can be useful to anyone interested in teaching, the ministry, law, journalism or politics. Emphasis is on learning historical facts and not just memorization. Class discussions are designed to help the student form individual opinions rather than accept the ideas of others. Political science courses enable students to understand the makeup of our govern- ment and how it operates. Dr. Baggett shares his historical knowledge with students. Dr. Edmonson presents an award at the High School History Contest. Dr. James Baggett Associate Professor Dr. Stephen Carls Associate Professor Dr. Edmonson sponsors the Rutledge History Club. School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences The School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences consists of studies in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, Psychology, and Sociology. These fields relate to man ' s environment and behavior as well as how he solves problems that face him throughout life. There is a consistent theme of discovery running through this school. The program seeks to develop the sense of curiosity that leads to a new awareness of the world around us, and attempts to expose students to the stress, pressure, and demands of professional programs. Elsie Smith Department Chairman Dr. Michael McMahan Assistant Professor Dr. Earl McKinley Assistant Professor 1 The Chemistry and Physics depart- ment ' s primary goals are to help students to understand the chemical and physical world in which we live. The Chemistry Department prepares students for graduate study while helping them to attain laboratory skills. The Physics Department enables students to understand the workings behind many of the physical phenomena that occur around them. Courses offered are designed to prepare the student for future study, professional vocations, or a teaching career. Chemistry and Physics Dr. Jimmy Davis Assistmit Professor Leland Hopkins discovers the world of science in the Chemistry lab. Dr. Eugene Gooch Assistant Professor Amy Alvey Laboratory Instructor Dr. Davis takes time for a few laughs in the Chemistry lab. Math and Computer Science Students with an interest in graduate study in mathematics or computer science, or those wishing to pursue a career related to these fields find a complete schedule of studies at Union. The department offers courses ranging from basic mathematical studies to advanced computer program- ming and data processing skills. Expanded facilities last year provided students with experience in applica- tions programming, data management, and software hardware interaction. Dr. Joseph Tucker Department Chairman Richard Dehn Associate Professor Dwayne Jennings Instructor Connie Magers Computer Technician Karen McWherter Computer Technician Richard Nadig Instructor Don Richard Assistant Professor William Truex Assistant Professor Dr. Bill Bouchillon Department Chairman, Pyschology Dr. David Vickery Assistant Professor Psychology The Psychology department is dedicated to providing students with course work emphasizing human development. The principles learned in these classes can be applied to everyday life or used in a vocation related to the field. Teresa Hawkins Instructor Mrs. Hawkins is a new addition to the faculty. Dr. Bouchillon is Dean of the School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences Sociology The Sociology department is founded on the practical and scientific analysis of human relations. The courses not only prepare students for their respective vocations in the field, but are relevant to their present problems. Mr. Byrd ' s The Family is popular among students because of its relationship to their lives. Dr. Lytle Givens Department Chairman, Sociology Brenda Collins Instructor School of Professional Studies The School of Professional Studies includes Education, Physical Education and Health, and Business. These departments prepare students to seek a variety of professional work after graduation. They achieve this through various experiences in the work force. Also they believe in maintaining a professional attitude at all times. Dr. Howard Newell, Dean of the School of Professional Studies Physical Education and Health The Physical Education and Health department feel that a strong body as well as a strong mind leads to a successful life. They primarily teach this through the medium of physical activities. They also teach desirable attitudes that can be carried from the playing floor into the individual ' s life. This year they have added a new instructor. Miss Sandra Morgan. Dr. Linn Stranak Department Chairman Dr. David Blackstock Athletic Director James R. Swope Instructor Ron Barry Instructor Sandra Morgan Instructor -» Dr. William Hedspeth Chairman of the Department of Education Dr. Wayne Alford Professor Education Teaching others to teach is the responsibility of the Education Depart- ment. Their main goal is to produce competent educators for the years ahead. They teach education in an ethical and Christian format. The Students of Tennessee Education Association is sponsored by the educa- tion department. Before entering these classes students can participate in the Early Bird Observation program previous to definitely deciding to pursue an education major or minor. Elementary education and special education are two thrusts of the department as well as secondary teaching with emphasis on certain disciplines. Carolyn Tomlin Assistant Professor Lisa McDaniel helps students prepare crafts under the watchful eye of her instructor Carolyn Tomlin. Jane Calcutt Part-time Instructor Judy Ta ylor Part-time Instructor Student teachers, instructors and their guests enjoyed a tea given for them. 129 Business The Business department covers areas such as accounting, management, marketing, economics, finance and business administration. These courses are designed to prepare students for careers in business, teaching, or govern- ment service as well as to gain practical knowledge. Dr. Howard Newell is Chairman of the Business Department and Dean of the School of Professional Studies. Union ' s expansion has included a newly decorated classroom for instruc- tion in office administration, with electronic programmed learning. Dr. Howard Newell Department Chairman Curtiss Scott Associate Professor Dr. Barefoot refers to the new classroom as " Nancy ' s Kingdom. ' Donald Hollin Assistant Professor 4 i [ 1 , - r . ' ..- - 1 ii ' , Nancy Ross Instructor Dr. Walton Padelford Assistant Professor CouLni- 1£8 School of Nursing The need for professional health care increases the need for the Nursing department at Union. Nurses reach past the physical needs to the psychological and spiritual needs of their patients. Nursing instructors bring out the necessity of applying proper care to all aspects of the individual. Basic care is enhanced with new techniques and concepts in the medical field. This ensures that future nurses will be both competent and compassionate. Union offers a two-year Associate of Science degree and a Bachelors of Science. This year the school gained a new dean, Regina Saffel, who replaces Marguerite Robey who retired last spring. k Tor Xn ' »port ' a n+ days 7 er5 Due, ficf ure lake etc Linda Barber Instructor Ivy Barker Assistant Professor Pauline Bridger Assistant Professor Regjna Saffel Department Chairman The Nightingale Pledge I solemnly pledge myself before God and in the presence of this assembly to pass my life in purity and to practice my profession faithfully. I will abstain from whatever is deleter- ious and mischievous and will not take or knowingly administer any harmful drug. I will do all in my power to elevate the standard of my profession, and will hold in confidence all personal matters committed to my keeping, and all family affairs coming to my knowledge in the practice of my calling. With loyalty will I aid the physician in his work, and devote myself to the welfare of those commit- ted to my care. Even hard-working nursing students like Janice Davis take regular time out to eat. : " w Sandra Brown Instructor Nursing students divide their time between lecture classes and clinical work Nancy Herron Instructor Nursing students practice on mannequins before working in clinical situations. Nursing Pam Forsythe Campus Lab Instructor Nursing students assisted in the Red Cross blood drive at Union. Margaret A. Justus Instructor Melanie Matthews Instructor Joyce Montgomery Instructor Carla Sanderson Instructor Sports Have Bat: Will Travel Doug Kendall ' s pitching helped tie up a win against SAU. Bulldog Ronnie Giddens was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds. 1983-84 Bulldogs, left to right, first row: Steve Wilder, Rusty Shuler, Jeff Wyatt, Grant Ward, Steve Carnell, Lynn Yarbrough, Rod Hari, Ted Siler; second row: Shane Poe, Tony Kirk, Travis Jenkins, Fred Williams, Barry Bishop, Mark Tutor, Benny Latendress, Tim Nichols; third row: Coach David Blackstock, Statistician Chris Campbell, Manager Jess Parker, David Hughes, Tim Carpenter, Steve Boyd, Jon Cawley, John McCullough, Tim Gunn, Neil Thagard, Manager Don Myers, Coach Linn Stranak. 136 Coaches Linn Stranak and David Blackstock — the driving force behind the Battlin ' Bulldogs led their team to place third in the 1983 NAIA World Series. 1984 Baseball Schedule Date Opponent Site April 10 David Lipscomb Nashville March 1 Rust College (2) Union April 12 CBC Memphis March 3 Bethel (2) Union April 14 Belmont Union March 6 Freed-Hardeman Union April 16 Freed-Hardeman Henderson March 8 Cumberland Union April 17 Freed-Hardeman Union March 9 Rust College (2) c. Holly Spgs, MS April 18 Lane Jackson March 10 Memphis State Union April 19 Trevecca Nashville March 12 Trevecca Union April 23 Bethel Union March 14 Lane College Union April 24 Lambuth Union March 15 Olivet Union April 25 Stillman College Union March 17 Belmont Nashville April 26 David Lipscomb Union March 19 Carroll College Union April 27 Bethel McKenzie March 20 CBC Union May 2-5 VSAC Tournament West Division March 21 Rockford College (2) Union May 9-12 District 24 Tournament East Division March 22 Rockford College Union May 16-19 Area 5 Tournament Tennessee March 23 Lambuth Jackson May 28- March 24 Stillman College Tuscaloosa, AL June 2 NAIA World Series Lewiston, ID March 26 Lakeland College (2) Union March 27 UT-Martin (2) Union March 28 Northpark (2) Union March 29 Lakeland College (2) Union March 31- .i W: - April 7 Christian College Tourn. Boca Raton, FL w yt I ?vC :%t ' ■ v %1J N« 3 I ♦. «•■ V Bulldogs Hit the Big Time Shortstop Tony Kirk hit a homerun against Lewis-Clark. Rusty Shuler goes for the slide. Barry Bishop pops one up. " It looked a little un-rocky for the Union nine that day; The score stood ten to eight, with but an inning yet to play. So, when Simpson hit a homerun, and Dobbins got to score, ... " The opponent was William Jewell College and the game was the 27th NAIA Baseball World Series. 1983 was the first time Union has played in a World Series competition. " There was ease in Kendall ' s bearing and a smile on Kendall ' s face; And when responding to the cheers he lightly turned around. No stranger in the crowd could doubt twas Kendall ' s turn on the mound ... " It was Doug Kendall ' s pitching that led Union to a second victory, this time against Southern Arkansas University. The Bulldogs 7-2 win was aided by Jeff Dobbins, Rod Hari and Rusty Shuler. " But fame is fleeting as the wind, and glory fades away; " A score of 6 against Lewis-Clark ' s 22 was a real letdown for the ' Dogs, who knew they had to bounce back, against Liberty Baptist the next day. " With a smile of Christian charity great Giddens ' visage shone; " Second baseman Ronnie Giddens was one Union player who didn ' t let defeat undermine his determination. Union won 21-17 against Liberty. Giddens ' contribution was three singles, two doubles, three runs batted in and a stolen base. This win assured the Bulldogs of at least third place in the series. But to advance to second or first, the team had to beat hosts Lubbock Christian. " But there is no joy in Jackson: Mighty Union has struck out. " Lubbock Christian College beat Union 4-0. The crowd gave Union ' s team the next best thing to a win — a spontaneous standing ovation. The ovation was symbolic of the pride Union University had for its team. Coach David Blackstock said, " What meant more to me was seven seniors who came to me, some with tears in their eyes, and said thanks for what we ' ve been able to achieve. They all ssid how fortunate they were to be a part of the program. Plaques can ' t replace that. " •Complimenta of Casey at the Bat and Casey ' s Revenge. Lady Bulldogs Aim for Third Title 1983-84 Lady Bulldogs, left to right, kneeling: Liz Marable, Cassandra Howard, Michelle Carrington, Zan Blackwell, Kristie Blurton; standing. Assistant Floyd Rowe, Manager Allison Langley, Sherrie Adams, Brenda Ross, Vicky Swindell, Jackie Graham, Audrey Hunt, Sandy Smith, Manager Sherry Patterson, Coach David Blackstock. Season Schedule Nov. 21 Lane College Home Nov. 30 North Alabama Away Dec. 1 David Lipscomb Away Dec. 3 Cumberland Home Dec. 5 Blue Mountain Home Dec. 6 S.E. Missouri Home Jan. 6 North Alabama Home Jan. 9 Christian Bros. Away Jan. 12 Lane College Away Jan. 14 Univ. of TN. at Martin Home Jan. 16 Bethel College Home Jan. 19 Blue Mountain Away Jan. 21 Freed-Hardeman College Home Jan. 23 Lambuth College Home Jan. 26 David Lipscomb Home Jan. 28 Freed-Hardeman College Away Jan. 31 U. T. Martin Away Feb. 2 Belmont College Home Feb. 4 Cumberland Away Feb. 11 Blemont Away Feb. 13 Bethel Away Feb. 16 Lambuth Away Waverly junior Brenda Ross goes up for the basket. Senioi Audrey Hunt waits for a decision. Union stomped Cumberland College by a spread of over 20 points. Not content to ride on old glories, Union ' s Lady Bulldogs came out this season determined to top their previous record in seasonal and tournament play. The Lady Bulldogs opened against hometown rival Lane College, defeating the Lady Dragons by a score of 88-80. Cassandra Howard was the game ' s high scorer with thirty points, scoring 14 of 19 field goals while Vicki Swindell hit 7 of 15, scoring 16 points. Audrey Hunt led in rebounding with seven rebounds, and Sandy Smith helped with six assists. Cassandra Howard, squad ' s top scorer. a Henderson senior, is the Brenda Ross scores one in the Homecoming game. Coach David Blackstock ' s squad then travelled to Florence, Alabama to compete against North Alabama. But Cassandra Howard and Audrey Hunt ' s high scores weren ' t high enough. The Lady Bulldogs fell to North Alabama, 90-73. David Lipscomb showed no mercy by walking over Union, 91-88. The Lady Bulldogs showed a remarkable comeback in their next two home games, with a triumph over Cumberland College, 92-71. Top scorers were Zan Blackwell with 25 points and 10 rebounds, and Cassandra Howard with 17 points. Kristie Blurton aided the team ' s efforts with five assists. The Lady Bulldogs saw another victory on December 5 against Blue Mountain College wth a ten-point win, 85-75. fl M o fi . te S 9L ' s! lii jflK J tlfrv f g|W Michelle Carrington transferred to Union from Ole Miss after a successful high school career. Looking for its third consecutive win. Union journeyed to Cape Girardeau, Missouri, to nip Southwest Missouri State, but SMS nipped Union, 79-76. Old rivals. Lane and Union met on December 8 to participate in the 1st Round of the Association of Retarded Citizens Women ' s Basketball Tour- nament. The Lady ' Dogs did it again, victorious over Lane, 86-63. The win can be attributed in part to top scorers Cassandra Howard, Sherrie Adams, and Jackie Graham, and top rebounders Jackie Graham, Audrey Hunt and Vicky Swindell. In tourney play. Union participated in the Dial Classic at Ole Miss University in January, and for the third consecutive year returned to play in the NAIA District 24 tournament and the VSAC Tournament in February. Coach Blackstock and his squad enjoy making a new addition to the trophy cabinet. ■ ' ' s 3 ' ?l In February action, the Lady Bulldogs squared off against third- ranked Lambuth February 16 on the Eagles home turf, but showed that they were nothing less than capable of a win by defeating Lambuth. The final blow came for the Lady Eagles as Zan Blackwell added a layup to cap off the game with a 76-72 win in the closing seconds. The Lady Bulldogs winning streak didn ' t last long as Christian Brothers College of Memphis came in to clean house by upsetting Union 79-82. Exciting tournament play contin- ued for the Lady Bulldogs as they trampled Memphis ' own CBC in a revenge match in the NAIA District 24 Tournament on February 24. A three- point play from Jackie Graham and Cassandra Howard in addition to Zan Blackwell ' s free throws topped off a win, 98-80. Union kept David Lipscomb ' s Lady Bisons from " buffaloing " their way into district finals on February 28. An 85-66 win allowed the Lady Bulldogs to go to the NAIA District 24 Tourney Cham- pionship for its third season. The final showdown came against state rival Carson-Newman. After a well-played and hotly-contested first half in which Union led for a while by 5 points, the Eagles ' height advantage finally wore down the fired-up Lady Bulldogs. They bowed out with an 83-93 loss, but a great 24-7 record for the season. Mike Lovelady presses forward against Freed-Haideman with support from Winston Varnado. Swope ' s Squad Improves Seasonal Record 1983-84 Bulldogs, left to right, kneeling, Greg Overstreet, Albert Foster,Mike Stone, Winston Varnado, Barry Puckett, James Bass, Elvis Mitchell, Ca Lovelady, Michael Johnson; standing. Coach Jim Swope, Danny Johnson. Montgomery, Don Deaton, Terry Davis, Jim Donnell, Bryan Tebbetts, Scott Coach Jim Swope has a career coaching record of 146-127. Guard Mike Lovelady is team leader in assists and free throws. Union ' s Bulldogs provided their own special blend of teamwork during 1983-84. Coach Jim Swope and team were able to overcome several clubs in tourney play, including the Tennessee Wesleyan Tournament and the VSAC. Rotary Club Tourney The ' Dogs opened their regular season play with a defeat to Tennessee Wesleyan in the local Rotary Club tourney, 68-60. At halftime Union was leading 32-29, but only shot 27% from the field in the second half. Danny Montgomery led the team with 17 points and 9 rebounds. James Bass hit 7 of 14 field goals and scored with 16 points, and Michael Johnson added 15 points. James ' J.B. ' Bass shows off the form that got him a starting position on the Bulldog team. Tennessee Wesleyan ij In the Tennessee Wesleyan Tour- nament at Athens, Tennessee, Union was able to overcome their wounds by pounding Lee College, 87-67, placing third overall. James Bass rallied with 26 points and 15 rebounds. Michael Johnson added 19 points, Danny Montgomery, 14, and Mike Lovelady, 10. The Bulldogs shot 46% from the field and 17 of 18 free throws for the UT Martin Union travelled to Martin on Nov. 19, but another win was not in the cards. The Pacers trampled the Bull- dogs, 87-71. Danny Montgomery to- talled up an equal 12 points and 12 rebounds; James Bass hit 7 of 15 field goals scoring 14 points. Michael John- son and Barry Puckett collaborated to put 10 points each on the board. Lane College Another win for the ' Dogs came as Union outscored Lane 85-58 by having five high scorers. Michael Johnson dominated the boards with 19 points, James Bass had 14, Cal Johnson 12, and Danny Montgomery along with Elvis Mitchell were able to rack up 10 each. James Bass led in rebounds with 12. Danny Montgomery followed with 9 and Michael Johnson and Winston Varnado brought in 7. The ' Brothers Johnson ' , Michael and Cal, were best overall shooters. Michael shot 8 of 16 field goals and Cal popped 6 of 12. David Lipscomb On November 28, Union and David Lipscomb clashed in an exciting contest as the Bisons stampeded the Bulldogs, 60-45. It was the ' Dogs first on the road defeat. Union shot 4-3 overall, only 33% from the field and bucketed 5 of 7 free throws. T- ' i It was a Dog Eat Dog world when Union took on the Bulldogs of Cumberland Coll ege. Barry Puckett comes off the bench. Bass hits a record 46 points at Rust. Michael Johnson leaps to squeeze in the shot. James Bass sends the ball up high for two. The Bulldogs continued their winning streak in a game against Cumberland College as part of the Homecoming festivities. James " J.B. " Bass led in high scoring 34 points and 10 rebounds to bring Union " home, " 83-75. Teammates Danny Montgomery and Michael Johnson both aided the ' Dogs as top scorers; Montgomery hit with 16 points and Johnson with 12. Union deposited 33 of 65 field goal attempts and 17 of 23 free throws. The win improved the Bulldogs ' season record to 5-3. Union seemed to have a hold on town rivals Lane and Lambuth this season. History repeated itself as the Battlin ' Bulldogs for the third time tripped-up Lane ' s Dragons, 84-75. A game-high 24 points was posted by Cal Johnson along with nine rebounds. James Bass scored with 20 points and eight rebounds and junior Danny Montgomery chalked up 14 points and 12 rebounds. In percentages, Union shot 54 percent from the field, made 8 of 11 free throws and outrebounded Lane 38-22. At halftime, Union led Lane 34-33, but in the second half, got hot by popping 21 of 29 field goals for a win. Union played host to its other rival Lambuth and with the right combina- tion, was able to down the Eagles. James Bass and Winston Vanardo were the catalysts to give the Bulldogs the upper hand in the contest. Bass scored with a jumper in the first period to give Union the lead, and Vanardo ' s slammer brought the score up to 45-53 at halftime. Top notch scorers included Danny Montgomery ' s 18 points and 13 rebounds and Cal Johnson with 17 points. 33 of 60 goal attempts and 19 of 24 free throws contributed to another win for Union. The Bulldogs wrapped up their regular season of play with defeat as Tennessee Temple presented an upset to Union, 67-47. Despite the loss, Danny Montgomery scored 10 points and the ' Dogs collected 21 of 41 field goals and 5 of 8 free throws. They closed the regular season with an 18-10 record. Cal Johnson stretches out to hang on. Johnson whammies the ball for the connection. Cheerleaders Add Dimension of Excitement Enthusiastic cheers, human pyr- amids and a large, roaming Bulldog have become an expected part of Union basketball games. The cheerleaders are ' Dog supporters if the team wins or stays more than a few baskets behind. The talented squad encourages school spirit and tries to boost attendance at games, home and away. Homecoming activities sponsored by the cheerleaders included Spirit Day and Hat Day. The Homecoming game gave the group a chance to show off their abilities with a " What A Feelin ' " routine. EER STATE ETIG CONF. LL CHAMPS 1983 1983-84 Cheerleaders, left to right, first row: David White, KeUy Bradley, Bobby Baiden, Janet Watkins, Misty SeUers, Mike Rodriguez-Chapman; second row: Ricky Beck, Sandy Yopp, Ricky Hayeshp; third row- Lynette Shelly, Piper Swope, Sherra Lowry; fourth row; Jeany Byth Thompson, Mary Watkins, Team Makes Strides The Golf Team made an impressive showing as they finished their 1982-83 spring season with a 35-11 record. In tournament play the team, led by Don Morris, finished second in the VSAC, won the Western Division VSAC title and placed fourth in District 24 NAIA play. 1983-84 Golf Team, left to right, first row: Greg Watkins, Jim Riggins; second row; Jeff Shepard, Jeff Copeland, Mike Olexa, Clay Lindsey, Roger Murray, Coach Don Morris Team Gets Imported Boost Union ' s Mens ' Tennis Team head- ed into the 1984 season with high expectations due to the return of five starters from a year ago and the presence of a new top seed, Gunnar Adalberth. Union finished a disappointing 12-9 in 1983, after getting off to a fast start, but injuries to two key players damaged the record considerably and limited the Bulldogs ' chances for a strong finish in the SAC Tournament. Union finished sixth in that season- ending event. Top performances for the 1983 Bulldogs included 14 consecutive victories by Mark Pendergrass, playing in the sixth position; a 17-6 singles mark by second seed Kevin Ezell; and a 15-7 slate posted by fifth seed Floyd Rowe, the lone senior on the squad. Ezell and Pendergrass teamed for the Bulldogs ' best doubles play. 1983-1984 Mens ' Tennis Team, left to right, kneeling: Mark Pendergrass, Gunnar Adalberth, Kevin Ezell; standing: Coach Ron Barry, Dusty Doddridge, Russ Cantrell, Mark Patey Jacksonian Mark Patey is Coach Barry ' s only senior player. Dusty Doddridge tries to make contact with the ball. Gunnar Adalberth, the only freshman on the team, holds the top seed position. The 1984 Bulldogs were highly competitive at every position, a key to good performance in the conference tournament. Freshman Gunnar Adal- berth, a native of Sweden recruited as a foreign exchange high school student while at Covington, played the top seed for Union. In the second slot was senior Mark Patey, a three-year letterman for Union. Junior Kevin EzeU ' s top assets are his serve and speed. King - " Tennis is exciting and challenging. " ( A ' S mmM 1 .:-. . j| J k ' ■A 1 ' 8 1 mM 1 " M 1 B jJlt m A ■ H Hobbs - " I enjoy tennis . . . being part of a team. ' Taylor - " Tennis provides closeness " I enjoy playing on Union ' s tennis New Coach Provides Optimistic Outlook The 1983 Womens ' Tennis Team showed their winning colors by posting a 21-1 overall season record, runners-up in the VSAC and became Western Division champs. Top honors in 1983 went to Sondra Taylor, a junior from Hernando, Mississippi, who was named Singles All-Conference; 1 Singles and doubles All-Conference; and 1 Doubles. New coach Sandra Morgan said, " I am optimistic of our ability to do well against our rival teams in tournament and conference play and hope for a chance at the NAIA Nationals. " 1983-84 Womens ' Tennis Team, left to right, first row: Anita King, Cindy Turner, Carla Cantrell; second row: Assistant Karen McWherter, Coach Sandra Morgan, Leeanne Hobbs, Sondra Taylor, Mary Anne Stephenson, Allyson Hobbs, Assistant Bill Truex Intramurals Provide Competition The Intramural Program, under the direction of Ron Barry, keeps students busy during both fall and spring semesters. The intramurals consist of team sports such as flag football, basketball, soccer, and volleyball; and individual sports like tennis, bowling, table tennis, billiards, racquetball and golf. The intramural program is designed for those students who wish to participate in athletic events but who do not play on the varsity teams. iki : r Jtj ; site Zetaman Eric Barron and Beth Wright practice for a Softball game. Sandy Yopp played for Lambda Chi Alphi Bruce Pigue goes for the tackle Union ' s fraternities played together in a charity basketball game. The Ministerial Association started a football team this year. «35 : Classes FRESHMEN Freshman Class Officers, left to right, first row: Grace Cosmiano, secretary; Nancy Atkeison, treasurer; second row: Tim Meadows, vice president; Chris Campbell, president. Adalberth, Gunnar, Covington, Tn. Adams, Paul, Old Hickory, Tn. Adams, Sherri, Jackson, Tn. Adams, Wayne, Trenton, Tn. Alexander, Donna, Adamsville, Tn. Alexander, Melanie, Alamo, Tn. Alexander, Michelle, Littleton, Co. Alford, John, Dyer, Tn. AUbritten, Melanie, Nashville, Tn. Allison, David, Jackson, Tn. Anderson, Jeff, Germantown, Tn Arnold, Camille, Huntingdon, Tn. Arthur, Ronald, Ripley, Tn. Ashbridge, Donna, Murray, Ky. Ashby, Cynthia, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. Atchbay, Frederick, Richmond, Va. Atkeison, Nancy, Somerville, Tn. Austin, Pat, Memphis, Tn. Austin, Kellie, Jackson, Tn. Baggett, Geoff, Brownsville, Tn. Baggett, Randy, Brownsville, Tn. Baggott, Becky, Pinckneyville, II. Bain, Carla, Jackson, Tn. Baker, Timothy, Jackson, Tn. Jm Barnes, Donna, Jackson, Tn. Bass, Rhonda Jo, Hendersonville, Tn. Bates, Donna, Parsons, Tn. Bando, Linda C, Jackson, Tn. Bell, Karen, Camden, Tn. Bevis, Randell, Jackson, Tn. Bickers, David, Memphis, Tn. Biggs, Renee M., Cordova, Tn. Bivens, Dicky, Milan, Tn. Blankenship, Tina, Decaturville, Tn. Bobbitt, Caroline E., Jackson, Tn. Bonds, Linda, Memphis, Tn. Booth, Nancy Sheree, Lexington, Tn. Boroughs, Charlie Kenneth, Decaturville, Tn. Boroughs, Darlene, Decaturville, Tn. Bottoms, Renee, Campbellsville, Ky. Bottoms, Dana, Campbellsville, Ky. Bowen, Lynette, Selmer, Tn. Bowling, Patricia, Somerville, Tn. Boyle, Janna, Advance, N.C. Bratcher, Bob, Lombard, II. Brewer, Phillip, Dyer, Tn. Britt, Teresa, Lexington, Tn. Broadway, Nancy, ScottsHill, Tn. Brookshaw, Stephanie, Memphis, 7 Brown, Shaun, Jackson, Tn. Brown, Steve, Milan, Tn. Brown, Teresa, Jackson. Tn. Brummett, Floyd, Bromisville, Tn. Bryant, Lisa, Milan, Tn. i I Burdick Steven, Memphis, Tn. Burns, Kevin, Waynesboro, Tn. Burse, Phil, Friendship, Tn. Butler, Carol, Jackson, Tn. Cagle, Jeff, Savannah, Tn. Cain, Christy, Madison, Tn. Campbell, Chris, Jaclcs Creels, Tn. Campbell, Karen, Trenton, Tn. Campbell, Kim, Brownsville, Tn. Campbell, Michelle, Medina, Tn. Cannon, Teii, Huntingdon, Tn. Cantrell, Carta, Jackson, Tn. Carroll, Lawanda, Jackson, Tn. Carter, Gerald, Millington, Tn. Carter, Vera, Paducah, Ky. Chalmers, Susan, Ringgold, Ga. Cheatham, Cheryl, Martin, Tn. Childers, Patti, Memphis, Tn. Clark, Lisa, Cedar Grove, Tn. Clark, Wendy, Memphis, Tn. Clay, Donna, Covington, Tn. Clifton, Sandra, Huntingdon, Tn. Climer, Mary, Regan, Tn. Cochran, Kim, Jacl on, Tn. Cochran, Penny, McEwen, Tn. Cocke, Julie, Somerville, Tn. Coleman, Rhonda, Memphis, Tn. % -. ' ww M Freshmen Copeland, Jeff, Henderson, Tn. Cordon, Cherie, Memphis, Tn. Cornelius, Nellie, Shiloh, Tn. Cosmiano, Grace, Toone, Tn. Cotton, Christopher, Germantown, Tn. Cox, Sharon, Smyrna, Tn. Crawley, Robert, Alamo, Tn. Crocker, Paula, Dresden, Tn. Davie, Billy, Memphis, Tn. Davis, Benny, Memphis, Tn. Davis, Robert Thomas Jr., Toone, Tn. Davis, Terry, Antioch, Tn. DeGroot, Todd, Pekin, II. Deloach, Dana, Ripley, Tn. Dean, Claudia, Caruthersville, Mo. Dean, Karen, Caruthersville, Mo. Dean, Melinda, Germantown, Tn. Dehn, Tobey, Jackson, Tn. Devault, Darrin, Bruceton, Tn. Diggs, William, Pinson, Tn. Dixon, Wanda, Memphis, Tn. Dorton, Christina, White House, Tn. Doster, John, Nashville, Tn. Doty, Kimberly, Mt. Vernon, II. Duck, Jana, Jackson, Tn. Dyer, Susan, Darden, Tn. Earp, Lori, Bells, Tn. L Ebersold, Amanda, Memphis, Tn. Echols, Theda, Dyer, Tn. Edmonson, James, Jackson, Tn. Edwards, Bobbie, Jackson, Tn. Ellison, Kathy, Linden, Tn. Elmore, Kristi, Halls, Tn. Escue, Mark, Jackson, Tn. Essary, Dirk, Old Hickory, Tn. Evans, Daniel, Springfield, Tn. Fiddler, Cindy, Harden, Tn. Fleeman, Charlie, Manila, At. Flowers, Cathy, Darden, Tn. Forderhase, Timothy, Jackson, Tn. Forrest, Kari, Jackson, Tn. Fowler, Kimberly, Ridgely, Tn. Fowler, Scott, Memphis, Tn. Frazier, Lisa, Savannah, Tn. Gantt, Wanda, Jackson, Tn. Gay, Drew, Ripley, Tn. Gay, Beth, Ripley, Tn. Gooch, Jada, Jackson, Tn. Graham, Jackie, Linden, Tn. Graham, Sandy, Memphis, Tn. Graves, Robert, Dyer, Tn. Graves, Chris, Red Boiling Springs, Tn. Graves, Jayne, Medina, Tn. Graves, Linda, Middleton, Tn. Gremore, Kim, Memphis, Tn. Hall, Gary, Grand Junction, Tn. Hamilton, Chris, Bartlett, Tn. Hammett, Elizabeth, Henderson, Tn. Hammett, Randy, Memphis, Tn. Hampton, Mona, Paducah, Ky. Harbin, Jennifer, Jackson, Tn. Hardeman, Mary Ann, Grand Junction, Tn. Hardy, Steve, Bethel Springs, Tn. Freshmen Hari, Robin Sue, Cissna Park, II. Harmon, Ronald, Memphis, Tn. Harrell, Forrest, Quito, Tn. Hatcher, Jennifer, Covington, Tn. Hatfield, Lisa, Lavina, Tn. Haydock, Lisa, Tupelo, Ms. Hayeslip, Richard, Germantown, Tn. Hensl ey, Robert, Memphis, Tn. Herron, Roger, Ripley, Tn. Higginbotham, Ann, Euless, Tx. Hill, Pam, Paris, Tn. Hill, Sabrina, Bethel Springs, Tn. Hix, Lisa, Jackson, Tn. Holland, Julie, Memphis, Tn. HoUowell, Joyce, Huntington, Tn. Hopkins, Leland, Atoka, Tn. Hopper, Scott, Brownsville, Tn. Horn, JoAnne, Jackson, Tn. Howard, Jeff, Paducah, Ky. Hubbard, Vickie, Morris Chapel, Tn. Hudson, Darlene, Collierville, Tn. Hudson, Beth, Henderson, Tn. Humphreys, Elizabeth, Humboldt, Tn. Hunt, Christine, Reagan, Tn. Hunter, Chris, Memphis, Tn. Hutchens, Pamela, Holly Springs, Ms. Hutcherson, Susan, Westport, Tn. Hutchison, Constance, Ripley, Tn. Isbell, David, Union City, Tn. Jackson, Danny, Memphis, Tn. Jackson, John, Memphis, Tn. Johnson, Angela, Scotts Hill, Tn. Jones, Jennifer, Memphis, Tn. Jones, Julie, Pinckneyville, II. Jowers, Shelia, Lexington, Tn. Keathley, Bridgette, Union City, Tn. Keen, Faira, Oakland, Tn. Kellough, Karen, Henderson, Ky. Kellum, Stephanie, Brownsville, Tn. Kemper, Carol, Kenton, Tn. Kenner, Rodney, Jackson, Tn. Kerby, Trish, Halls, Tn. King, Thomas, Alamo, Tn. Knott, Kim, Huntingdon, Tn. Koonce, Tamara, Bells, Tn. Kwasigroh, Pete, Humboldt. Tn. Ladd, Barrett, New Johnsonville, Tn. Laman, Bryan, Gadsden, Tn. Laman, Janna, Alamo, Tn. Lambert, David, Tiptonville, Tn. Lane, Dena, Pinson, Tn. Leach, Taleah, Bradford, Tn. Lee, Joan, Medon, Tn. Lehr, Sandra, Mt. Clemens, Mi. Freshmen Lemonds, David, McKenzie, Tn. Lewis, Debbie, Jackson, Tn. Lewis, Susan, Humboldt, Tn. Long, Wendy, Counce, Tn. Lovelace, Kelly, Jackson, Tn. Lovelace, Rhonda, Brownsville, Tn. Lowe, Kim, Buena Vista, Tn. Lowe, Theresa, Bolivar, Tn. Lowe, Todd, Bruceton, Tn. Luna, Susan, Adamsville, Tn. MacArthur, Jim, Statonville, Tn. Madoni, Debbie, Harrison, Ark. Maness, Kathy, Clarksburg, Tn. Marcom, Drew, Jackson, Tn. Maroney, Steve, Jackson, Tn. Martin, Reba, Bolivar, Tn. Mason, Debra, Brownsville, Tn. Mason, Edwin, Tupelo, Ms. Matheney, Ron, Jackson, Tn. Mathis, Julie, Toone, Tn. Mattocks, Keith, Munford, Tn. Mayo, Marsha, Jackson, Tn. McBroom, Robert, Halls, Tn. McClure, Frank, Clinton, Ky. McDonald, Susan, Jackson, Tn. McLeod, Joey, Hermitage, Tn. McMackin, Elise, Bruceton, Tn. McPeake, Kinny, Lexington, Tn. Meadows, Tim, Newbern, Tn. Melendez, Randall, Martin, Tn. Melton, Alison, Jackson. Tn. Melton, Ann, Eva, Tn. Miller, Carolyn, Bolivar, Tn. Miller, Melanie, Rittman. Oh. Miller, Melanie, Maiden, Mo. Miller, Tammie, Yuma, Tn. Milligan, Steve, Michie, Tn. Milton, Rhonda, Brownsville, Tn. Morgan, Jeff, Union City, Tn. Morris, Paula, Somerville, Tn. Mosier, Jimmy, Alamo, Tn. Moss, Rhonda, Millington, Tn. Murray, Jody, Obion, Tn. Mustain, Lynnette, Cottage Grove, Tn. Nanney, Debbie, Medon, Tn. Napier, Delane, Union City, Tn. Newbill, Lisa, Trezevant, Tn. Newman, Patsy, Jackson, Tn. Nickerson, Cindy, Longwood, Fl. Norton, Brian, Kenton, Tn. Oakley, Sheera, Pekin, II. Owens, Patricia, Lexington, Tn. Ozier, Valerie, Jackson, Tn. Parker, Michael, Camden, Tn. Parlow, David, Alamo, Tn. Parrish, Tina, Memphis, Tn. Pelletier, Michael, Bartlett, Tn. Perkins, Karen, Bruceton, Tn. Perry, Felicia, Parsons, Tn. Peterson, Karen, Henderson, Tn. Pettigrew, Brenda, Cahokia, II Pewitt, Jay, Fulton, Ky. Pickard, Rebecca, Humboldt. Tn. Pigue, Bruce, Alamo. Tn. Pike, William, Dyersburg, Tn. Pilkington, Eric, Covington, Tn. Pipkin, Kim, Dyer, Tn. Pirtle, Mary Nola, Bolivar, Tn. Pitts, Deborah, Savannah, Tn. Poe, Michael, Memphis, Tn. Polk, Christie, Bolivar. Tn. Pomeroy, Carol, Bemis, Tn. Poston, Carey, Munford, Tn. Powell, Teresa, Friendship, Tn. Prather, Kim, Atwood, Tn. Privett, Pamela, Humboldt, Tn. Pruitt, Jennifer, Henderson, Ky. Pugh, Gwendolyn, Bolivar, Tn. Putrus, Ghassand, Jackson, Tn. Reed, Catheri ne, Chaffee, Mo. Reid, Elvia, Jackson, Tn. Rigging, Jim, Jackson, Tn. Roaten, Lois, Brownsville, Tn. Robbins, Kim, Pinson, Tn. Robertson, Charlene, Jackson, Tn. Roe, Brenda, Bemis, Tn. Rogers, Bob, McKenzie, Tn. Rogers, Renee, Scotts Hill, Tn. Rottgering, Tammy, Paducah, Ky. Rowsey, Paula, Selmer, Tn. Russell, Sherry, Memphis, Tn. Rutherford, Kenneth, Memphis, Tn. Ryan, Joy, Memphis, Tn. fe ' f5 ft Freshmen Sanders, Vicki, Memphis, Tn. Schroer, Holly, Jackson, Tn. Schroer, Michael, Jackson, Tn. Scott, Melinda, Germantown, Tn. Self, Stephen, Jackson, Tn. Sellers, Dana, Bradford, Tn. Seymour, William, Savannah, Tn. Shankle, Cynthia, Cottage Grove, Tn. Shaw, Tracey, Ridgely, Tn. Shephard, Jeffery, South Fulton, Tn. Sheppard, Stacey, Memphis, Tn. Shourd, Kenneth, Decaturville, Tn. Simmons, Teresa, Finley, Tn. Sims, Robert, Mason, Tn. Skelton, Dianne, Crockett Mills, Tn. Skelton, Michelle, Alamo, Tn. Skinner, Mike, Pinson, Tn. Skinner, Sandra, Memphis, Tn. Smith, Alisa, Cooter, Mo. Smith, Betty, Huntingdon, Tn. Smith, Jennifer, Jackson, Tn. Sroka, Sherry, Pinckneyville, II. Stanley, Kimberly, Murfreesboro, Tn. Steinmetz, Janice, Memphis, Tn. Stephens, Pamela, Rutherford, Tn. Stephens, Stephanie, Union City, Tn. Stephenson, James, Jackson. Tn. Stewart, Allison, Henderson, Tn. Stewart, Melanye, Olive Branch, Ms. Stewart, Theresa, Hernando, Ms. Stiles, Beth Ellen, Covington, Tn. Stringer, Shawn, Bolivar, Tn. Stone, Scott, Benton, Ky. Sturdivant, Sharon, Smyrna, Tn. Sutton, Joyce, Jackson, Tn. Swearingen, Rhonda, Hollowrock, Tn. Taber, Nancy, Jackson. Tn. Taylor, Sheri M., Buchanan, Tn. Tebbetts, Bryan, St. Charles, Ky. Thagard, Neil Kay, Jr., Asheville, NC. Threlkeld, Joseph, Maiden, Mo. Tillis, Carolyn, Jackson, Tn. Tillman, Melanie, Jackson, Tn. Tooms, Kristy, Memphis, Tn. Treadwell, Lisa J. Atwood, Tn. Tubbs, Mark, Parsons, Tn. Tutor, Mark G., Memphis, Tn. Van Cleave, Pat, Darden, Tn. Vicker, Ray R. Jr., Mason, Tn. Vickery, Lynne, Paducah, Ky. Wages, Dennis, Millington, Tn. Wallace, Jo Lynn, Covington, Tn. Ward, Grant, Jackson, Tn. Ward, Kim, Lexington, Tn. Watt, Dawn, Las Vegas, Nv. Watts, Doug, Jackson, Tn. Weaver, George, Hornsby, Tn. Weaver, Patricia, Brownsville, Tn. Welch, Beverly, McKenzie, Tn. West, Debbie, West Memphis, Ar. Westfall, Karen, Anchorage, Al. White, Shelia, Jackson, Tn. Whiteside, Charlie, Jackson, Tn. Freshmen Whitman, Lona, Finer, Tn. Whitten, Patricia, Selmer, Tn. Wicker, Pamela, Selmer, Tn. Wilkena, Mickey, Millington, Tn. Williams, Andy, Gideon, Mo. Williams, David, Brownsville, Tn. Williams, Frederick, Trenton, N.J. Williams, Mary, Memphis, Tn. Williams, Shandora, Grand Junction, Tn. Wilson, Dawn, Memphis, Tn. Wilson, Jeff, Dixon, Ky. Wilson, Krista, Lexington, Tn. Wilson, Leigh, Memphis, Tn. Wilson, Rose, Brownsville, Tn. Winchester, Trudy, Paris, Tn. Woods, Tonjua, Lexington, Tn. Wooters, Susan, Gleason, Tn. Wright, Captan, Lexington, Tn. Wright, Gina, Camden, Tn. Wyatt, Jeff, Memphis, Tn. Wylie, Mark, Stanton, Tn. Young, Cindy, Cedar Grove, Tn. SOPHOMORES ' i ' fifi ' l . Sophomore Class Officers, left to right, first row: Claudia Dean, secretary; Leigh Wilson, treasurer; second row: Chris Williams, president; Emily Garrett, vice president. Adams, Monica, Atwood, Tn. Adams, Sherrie Elaine, Dyer, Tn. Agee, Robyn, Shawnee, Ok. Alexander, Denise, McKenzie, Tn. Allen, Brad, Jackson, Tn. Allen, Charles, Church Hill, Tn. Allison, J. Fred, Jackson, Tn. Appleton, Patti M., Jackson, Tn. Arnold, Carolyn, Medon, Tn. Atkins, Keith, Bolivar, Tn. Bacon, Harold Edwin, Bartlett, Tn. Bacon, Karen, Bartlett, Tn. Bailey, Mitzi A., Jackson, Tn. Baird, Mark, Acworth, Ga. Baird, Susan, Brownsville, Tn. Baker, Tracy, New Johnsonville, Tn. Barron, Eric, Brighton, Tn. Beck, Ricky, Memphis, Tn. Bedford, Kevin, Phoenix, II. Bell, Laura Jeanette, Memphis, Tn. Beshires, Melinda R., Henderson, Tn. Birlew, Dianna L., Kenton, Tn. Bishop, Randy, Middleton, Tn. Black, Charlotte, Bolivar, Tn. f Black, Deena, Jackson, Tn. Boggs, Helen, Fayetteville, Tn. Booth, Stephanie L., Humboldt, Tn. Bostick, Renea, Booneville, Ms. Braden, Kerry, Memphis, Tn. Bradley, Kelly, Maiden, Mo. Bridges, Kim, White Pine, Tn. Brooks, Barbara Ann, Stanton, Tn. Brown, Doug, Shelbyville, Tn. Buck, Lila D., Memphis, Tn. Buford, Brian, Fairview, Tn. Butler, Judd, Quincy, Fl. Butler, Larry, Ramer, Tn. Butler, Sheila V., Humboldt, Tn. Carter, Kimberly C, Germantown, Tn. Carter, Melody, Gadsden, Tn. Castellaw, Tammy, Crockett Mills, Tn. Chandler, Rachel, Hickory Valley, Tn. Christie, Frank, Humboldt, Tn. Clark, Malesa, Jackson, Tn. Clayton, Lorie, Southaven, Ms. Clement, Jennifer, Big Sandy, Tn. Climer, Joseph E., Humboldt, Tn. Coady, Joel, Luiay, Tn. Cobb, Robin, Bells, Tn. Cole, Stephanie, Goshen, NY Coleman, Denise, Waverly, Tn. Coleman, Lisa, McKenzie, Tn. CoUier, Candace, Columbia, Tn. Craig, Chris, Jackson, Tn. Crane, Pattie, Oakland, Tn. Crocker, Gigi, Nashville, Tn. Crook, Richard, Lexington, Tn. Cupples, Tommy, Benton, Tn. Daniel, Kelly, Brownsville, Tn. Day, Brian, Clarksville, Tn. Dedmon, Jenny, Brownsville, Tn. Dixon, Jesse E., Memphis, Tn. Doddridge, Dusty, Memphis, Tn. Dorman, Phillip, Memphis, Tn. Douglas, Janice M., Huntingdon, Tn. Douglass, Susan, Atoka, Tn. Durham, Cindy, Bolivar, Tn. Durham, Katherine, Old Hickory, Tn. Durham, Lee, Adamsville, Tn. DuVall, Mark, Murfreesboro, Tn. Dwyer, Shannon, Beaver Creek, Oh. Eaves, Mike, Dickson, Tn. Eaves, Stephen, Dickson, Tn. Elangovan, S., Malaysia Ellison, Diana, Jackson, Tn. Elmore, Leanne, New Johnsville, Tn. Epperson, Marion, Milan, Tn. Evans, Shelia, Lexington, Tn. Faulkner, Vanneata, St. Louis, Mo. Fields, Mark, Fulton, Ky. Fitts, Robert, Jackson, Tn. Flowers, Sandra, Troy, Tn. Foss, Anna, Milan, Tn. Foster, Deborah, Heron, Tn. Fowler, Sherri, Jackson, Tn. Freeman, Kent, Tupelo, Ms. Garrard, Lynn, Jackson, Tn. Garrett, Emily, Parsons, Tn. Gee, Tracye, Jackson, Tn. Gerrell, Carlton, Brownsville, Tn. Sophomores Greer, Daphne Ann, Jackson, Tn. Gregory, Angie, Millington, Tn. Hainsworth, Susan, Jackson, Tn. Hale, Denise, Milan, Tn. Hall, Cathy, Jackson. Tn. Hamada, Omar, Jackson, Tn. Hammons, Melissa, Bolivar, Tn. Hannis, Sandra, Bolivar, Tn. Hartley, Loren G., Jackson, Tn. Haynie, Pam, Memphis, Tn. Haynie, Pat, Memphis, Tn. Hazlegrove, Pamela, Bolivar, Tn. Hendrix, Randal, Camden, Tn. Herron, Terry, Milan, Tn. Hicks, Gregory, Jackson, Tn. Hight, Lisa J., Mt. Juliet, Tn. Hinds, Marjorie, Petersburg, II. Hines, Sonia, Jackson, Tn. Holcombe, Fred, Jr., Tupelo, Ms. Holloway, James E., Jr., Jackson, Tn. Idare, Clarence, Jackson, Tn. Inman, Clark, Brighton, Tn. Inman, Donna Rose, Jackson, Tn. Jackson, Gail, Trenton, Tn. Jacobs, Jerry L., Grand Junction, Tn. Jaggars, Cindy, Ramer, Tn. James, Gerre P., Matteson, II. Johnson, Cheryl, Beavercreek, Oh. Johnson, Jacki Jr., Norris City, II. Johnson, Kimberly, Henderson, Tn. Johnson, J. Michael, Bruceton, Tn. Johnson, Michael V., Maury City, Tn. Johnson, Tony T., Henderson, Tn. Keeton, Suzanne, Decaturville, Tn. Kellough, Steve, Henderson, Ky. Kelly, Dawn, Waverly, Tn. Kelly, Charles T., Bartlett, Tn. King, Allen, Ramer, Tn. King, Lisa, Medon, Tn. Kirk, Teresa Houston, Bolivar, Tn. Kite, Ken, Kenosha, Wi. Knight, Ginny, Memphis, Tn. Koonce, Cynthia, Bells, Tn. Kovac, Jim, Arlington, Tn. Liddy, Teresa, Adamsville, Tn. Lockman, Lee Ann, Paducah, Ky. Long, Melissa, Memphis, Tn. Longworth, John, Memphis, Tn. Lowe, Gail, Bolivar, Tn. Lowry, Sherra, Nashville, Tn. Luckey, Beth, Humboldt, Tn. Lynch, Debbie, Selmer, Tn. Massongill, Monte, Ripley, Tn. McCullough, John, Troy, Tn. McDonald, Kim, Mayfield, Ky. McDonald, Lori, Kenosha, Wi. McKelvie, Michael, Memphis, Tn. McKenzie, John, Jackson, Tn. McMahan, Jo, Hornsby, Tn. McMahon, Valerie, Germantown, Tn. Merriman, Robert, Brownsville, Tn. Montgomery, Teresa, Scotts Hill, Tn. Moore, Sheryl, Southaven, Ms. 1 f? © Sophomores Morgan, Suzanne, Union City, Tn. Mosby, Naomi D., Oakland, Tn. Mosier, Susan B., Jackson, Tn. Mote, David Jr. Jonesboro, Ar. Murchison, Lance, Pinson, Tn. Murray III, Roger, Jackson, Tn. Naylor, Tina, Dyersburg, Tn. Newcomb, Brent, Millington, Tn. Newman, Sam, Henderson, Ky. Nichols, Tim, Germantown, Tn. Norman, Robert, Middletown, Ob. Northcut, Lizabeth, Waverly, Tn. Olexa, Paul Michael, Union City, Tn. Osborne, Jodi, iVeiv Johnsonville, Tn. Owen, Rose, Henry, Tn. Parker, Jess, Trenton, Tn. Patterson, Karen, Henderson, Tn. Patterson, Lou Ann, Cordova, Tn. Patterson, Sherry, Bradford, Tn. Pearce, Melanie, WhiteviUe, Tn. Percer, Sherri, Memphis, Tn. Pevahouse, Tracy, Decaturville, Tn. Poor, Cindy, Henderson, Tn. Powers, Andrea, Phenix City, Al. Powers, Terry, Somerville, Tn. Poyner, Bill, Dexter, Mo. Presley, Cindy, Brownsville, Tn. Quarles, Pat, Memphis, Tn. Rainey, Patty, Atwood, Tn. Rains, Leigh, Memphis, Tn. Rauchle, Steven, Milan, Tn. Ray, Edward, Ripley, Tn. Riggs, Sandy, Finley, Tn. Rinehart, Randy, Memphis, Tn. Rist, Pat, Bon Aqua, Tn. Rix, Beth, Marion, II. Robbins, Sarah, Paris, Tn. Robbins, Leanne, Paris, Tn. Robinson, Steve, Dyer, Tn. Rogers, Marilyn, Jackson, Tn. Rogers, Tammy, Goodlettsville, Tn. Sanders, George, Humboldt, Tn. Sanders, Richard, Humboldt, Tn. Sellers, Theresa, Jackson, Tn. Shelly, Lynette, Dyersburg, Tn. Skelton, Cindy, Somerville, Tn. Smith, Robbie, Ripley, Tn. Smith, Sandy, Jackson, Tn. Spence, Lois, Jackson, Tn. Spencer, Van, Brownsville, Tn. Stegall, Leigh Ann, Jackson, Tn. Stephenson, Mary, Jackson, Tn. Studards, Cathy, Medina, Tn. Stults, Dave, Waynesboro, Tn. Sutton, Sharon, Jackson, Tn. Swindell, Vicky, Bradford, Tn. Swope, Piper, Jackson, Tn. 1 Swords, Jackie, Burlison, Tn. Taylor, Michelle, Brownsville, Tn. Taylor, Kathy, Somerville, Tn. Taylor, Mark, Jackson, Tn. Taylor, Wanza, Middleton, Tn. Thomas, Hank, Holly Springs, Ms. Thompson, Jeany Byth, Trenton, Tn. Tidwell, Cindy, Memphis, Tn. Tucker, Timothy, Huntingdon, Tn. Underwood, Douglas, Henderson, Tn. Vales, Deborah, Maury City, Tn. Vincent, Pamela, Bolivar, Tn. Vincent, Patricia, Bolivar, Tn. Wakefield, Tim, Cabool, Mo. Walker, Debra, Southaven, Ms. Wallace, Trena, Kenton, Tn. Ward, John, Jackson, Tn. Waterman, Karlin, Dyersburg, Tn. Watkins, Greg, Caruthersville, Mo. Wells, Richard, Nashville, Tn. White, David, Lexington, Tn. Wilcox, Paul, So. CarroUton, Ky. Williams, Chris, Selmer, Tn. Wilson, James C, Jackson, Tn. Woods, Carol, Bolivar, Tn. Woods, Kimberley, Bolivar, Tn. Wood, Steven, Lexington, Tn. Yarbrough, Carla, Bolivar, Tn. Yates, Melony, Parsons, Tn. Yeldell, Jennifer, Memphis, Tn. York, Helen, Jackson, Tn. Yopp, Sandy, Middleton, Tn. JUNIORS Junior Class Officers, left to right: Kevin Ezell, president; Jennifer Cox, secretary; Debbie Deere, treasurer; Scot Finley, vice president. Agee, Miriam, Lebanon, Tn. Alexander, Lisa, Jackson, Tn. Allen, Cathy, Memphis, Tn. Allen, Melody, Memphis, Tn. Amaya, Estella, Hughes, At. Anderson, Beketa, Memphis, Tn. Anderson, Shari, Germantown, Tn. Armey, Robert, Benton, H. Baird, Katrena, Acworth, Ga. Barker, Betsy, Jackson, Tn. Barnett, K. Denise, Kevil, Ky. Bass, James, Union City, Tn. Bass, Kevin R., Hermitage, Tn. Beal, Redonna, Lexington, Tn. Bertouille, Diana, Paris, Tn. Boggan, Robbie, Parsons, Tn. Bowers, Greg, Memphis, Tn. Bradford, Nelda, Collierville, Tn. Brewer, Sheila, Henderson, Tn. Bridges, David, Paducah, Ky. Bright, Russell L., Henderson, Tn. Briley, Robert Lee, Jackson, Tn. Brockman, Larry, Jackson, Tn. Brooks, Cindy, Columbia, Tn. c Tw C ' ,lv 1 P Brooks, Sharon, Lavinia, Tn. Brown, Julia, Lexington, Tn. Bryant, J. Barnett, Milan, Tn. Burcham, Charles Tony, Camden, Tn. Bucks, John, Jackson, Tn. Burton, Ronnie, Lexington, Tn. Byford, Anita, Humboldt, Tn. Canaday, Clay, Memphis, Tn. Cantrell, Russ, Jackson, Tn. Caperton, Dennis, Savannah, Tn. Carnal, Steven, Savannah, Tn. Carpenter, Tim, Galesbuig, II. Carr, Darlene, Nashville, Tn. Carr, Steve, Union City, Tn. Case, Mike, Southhaven, Ms. Chea, Gina, Nassau, Bahamas Clark, Paul, Jackson, Tn. Cole, Russell, Henderson, Ky. Coleman, John, Huntingdon, Tn. Cothren, Lisa, Bolivar, Tn. Cox, Jennifer, East Prairie, Mo. Craig, Linda, Humboldt, Tn. Crawford, Robert, Savannah, Tn. Crisp, Dale, Bolivar, Tn. Davis, Steve, Percy, II. DePriest, Sam, Milan, Tn. DePriest, Philip, Jackson, Tn. Deal, Dewayne, Dyersburg, Tn. Dean, Twila, Olney, II. Deere, Debbie, Lexington, Tn. Donnell, Jim, Memphis, Tn. Doster, Cindy, Nashville, Tn. Douglass, Brad, Brownsville, Tn. Dowd, James, Jackson, Tn. Dukes, Tim, Owensboro, Ky. Dunavant, Donna, Alamo, Tn. Evans, Russ, Piqua, Oh. Everett, JoAnn, McKenzie, Tn. Ezell, Kevin, Paducah, Ky. Farabee, Judith, Olive Branch, Ms. Farris, Kimberly, Nashville, Tn. Fennel, Phyllis, Friendship, Tn. Finley, Scot, Memphis, Tn. Fleet, Anita, Memphis, Tn. Fuqua, Jennifer, Mt. Juliet, Tn. Grimes, Cindy, Ripley, Tn. Gunn, Tim, Mattoon, II. Gurley, Suzanne, Lexington, Tn. Hailey, Susan, Jackson, Tn. Halton, Ettora, Jackson, Tn. Hammonds, Michael, Humboldt, Tn. Hammonds, Nina, Humboldt, Tn. Hari, Rodney, Cissna Park, II. Hayden, Susan, Lebanon Jet, Ky. Heisserer, Dan, Saskatoon, Canada Hicks, Lynn, Jackson, Tn. Hobbs, Lee Anne, Union City, Tn. Hobbs, AUyson, Union City, Tn. HoUey, Vivian, Jackson, Tn. Howard, Stephen, Paducah, Ky. Huckabee, Annette, Jackson, Tn. Hudson, Rose, Jackson, Tn. Ing, Kim, Dyersburg, Tn. Ingram, Cynthia, Dyersburg, Tn. Jackson, Maria, Linden, Tn. Jarnagin, Donnie, Union City, Tn. Jarvis, DeAnn, Paducah, Ky. Jenkins, Travis, Clarksdale, Ms. Jerrolds, Tim, Liverpool, England Johnson, Denise, Saulsburg, Tn. Johnson, Janelle, Jackson, Tn. Jolley, Kathryn, Jackson, Tn. Jones, Angel, Jackson, Tn. Jones, Ginny, Dyersburg, Tn. Jones, Monte, Humboldt, Tn. Jones, Sandra, Jackson, Tn. Jordan, Cindy, Jackson, Tn. Kincaid, Keith, Memphis, Tn. King, Anita, Sesser, 11. King, Georgann, Humboldt, Tn. Laster, Mark, Memphis, Tn. Latendress, Benny, Camden, Tn. Laughlin, Melinda, Jackson, Tn. Ledbetter, Mary Agnes, Savannah, Tn. Lewis, Jeff, Memphis, Tn. Little, Angle, Jackson, Tn. Love, Renate, Savannah, Tn. Maholmes, Lora, Denmark, Tn. Martin, Mary, Humboldt, Tn. Mayfield, Cathy, Covington, Tn. Mayo, Shyrll, Wynnburg, Tn. McCall, Wendy, Southhaven, Ms. McDougal, John, Paris, Tn. Mcllwain, Beth, Somerville, Tn. McKenzie, Lisa, Jackson, Tn. McKinney, Mitzi Ann, Lewisburg, Tn. McLeod, Danny, Hermitage, Tn. McMahon, Sarah, Germantown, Tn. Mears, Marilee, Saltillo, Ms. Meredith Jr., Michael, La vm a, Tn. Mitchell, Dennis, Henry, Tn. Moffitt, Jennifer Sue, Lexington, Tn. Monroe, Kevin, Jackson, Tn. Montgomery, Gloria, Towanda, Pa. Morris, Deborah, Brownsville, Tn. Moss, Jr., Orlandus, Millington, Tn. MuUins, Peggy, Jackson, Tn. Murphy, Sheri Lynne, Trimble, Tn. Myers, Don, Someiville, Tn. Nelms, Suzanne, Memphis, Tn. Newbern, Virginia, Jackson, Tn. Nowell, Janet, Milan, Tn. Parrish, Mark, Memphis, Tn. Patrick, Karen, Bells, Tn. Patterson, Laura Anne, Memphis, Tn. Juniors Pendergrass, Mark, Memphis, Tn. Perkins, Donna, Bruceton, Tn. Perrin, Susan, Murray, Ky. Phillips, Amy, Jackson, Tn. Pickens, Scarlett, Jackson, Tn. Pierce, Teri, Paris, Tn. Pinson, Doris, Humboldt, Tn. Pinson, Lisa, Paris, Tn. Poindexter, David, Memphis, Tn. Presley, Darryl, Sardis, Tn. Puckett, Barry, Paducah, Ky. Pyron, Jerry, Brownsville Tn. Rice, Lisa, Covington, Tn. Rice, Sherill Anne, Belleville, II. Rock, Valerie, Lincoln, II. Rodriguez-Chapman, Mike, Madison, Tn. Rollins, Beth, Jackson, Tn. Ross, Brenda, Waverly, Tn. Ragland, Lawerance, Milan, Tn. Ramsey, Johnny, Newbern, Tn. Rawdon, Christie, Milan, Tn. Reasons, Craig, Memphis, Tn. Reid, Scott, Mi7an, Tn Rowland, Denise, Bruceton, Tn. s fi Sain, Amy, Bolivar, Tn. Samples, David, Ft. Washakie, Wy. Scott, Kay, Beech Bluff, Tn. Siler, Ted, Henderson, Tn. Smith, David, Memphis, Tn. Smith, Kerry, Piggott, Ar. Smothers, Charles, Memphis, Tn. Snider, Rose, Olney, 11. Sorrell, Kelly, Dyeisburg, Tn. Spellings, Carol, Jackson, Tn. Stafford, Phil, Greenfield, Tn. Stevenson, Richard, Shelbyville, Tn. Stockton, Charlotte, Beech Bluff, Tn. Sumner, Richard, Southaven, Ms. Swafford, Carol, Nashville, Tn. Swaim, Alicia, Covington, Tn. Taylor, Connie, Denmark, Tn. Taylor, Sondra, Hernando, Ms. ;• n Taylor, William, Brownsville, Tn. Tharp, Patricia, Oakland, Tn. Thomas, Reggie, Huntingdon, Tn. Tillman, Ricky, Decatuiville, Tn. Trentham, Kevin, Jennings, Mo. Tvimer, Cindy, Memphis, Tn. Turner, Kathy, Huron, Tn. Walker, Drusella, Sebner, Tn. Watkins, Janet, West Memphis, Ar. Watridge, Tammy, Bells, Tn. Watson, Rhonda, Bolivar, Tn. Weaver, Lisa, Bolivar, Tn. White, Betty, Henderson, Tn. Whitfield, Mary, Memphis, Tn. Williams, Melise, Jackson, Tn. Williams, Greg, Arlington, Tn. Willams, Scott, Bells, Tn. Williams, Lana, Gadsden, Tn. Williams, Robert, Jackson, Tn. Wilson, Sandra, Ripley, Tn. Wise, Cynthia, Jackson, Tn. Word, Lance, Southaven, Ms. Yarbrough, Tammy, Steele, Mo. Younger, Lana, McLemoresville, Tn. SENIORS Senior Class Officers, left to right: Walt Warren, president; Denise Chappell, secretary; Karen Hutchison, treasurer; and Vann Raley, vice president. Adkisson, Jana, Savannah, Tn. Anderson, Cindy, Germantown, Tn. Ashe, Sandra, Selmer, Tn. Babcock, Dartha, Mt. Morris, Mich. Bailey, Peggy, Jackson, Tn. Bain, Keith, Jackson, Tn. Baird, Bobby, Milan, Tn. Bearden, Lisa, Adamsville, Tn. Barron, Martha, Brighton, Tn. Berlin, Mark, Memphis, Tn. Bishop, Barry, Bolivar, Tn. Black, Tommy, Jackson, Tn. Blackwell, Zandra, Brownsville, Tn. Blurton, Kristie, Jackson, Tn. Bradfield, Katrina, Huron, Tn. Bradshaw, Terry, Milan, Tn. Boyd, Andre, Clarksville, Tn. Boyd, Steven, Brandenburg, Ky. Boyte, George, Humboldt, Tn. Boston, Marcy, Dyersburg, Tn. Breedlove, Jimmy, Bells, Tn. Breedlove, Sherry, Bells, Tn. Brown, Billy, Dickens, Tx. Brown, Donna, Selmer, Tn. Bullington, Mike, Camden, Tn. Burchum, Jacqueline, Camden. Tn. Burns, Christi, Waynesboro, Tn. Butler, Bobby, Paris, Tn. Campbell, Melanie, Stone Mountain, Ga. Campbell, Stacy, Cleveland, Tn. Carter, David, Jackson, Tn. Case, Randy, Southaven, Ms. Castillo-Marquez, Rafael, Caracas, Venezuela Cawley, Jon, Union City, Tn. Clark, Mark Timothy, Jackson, Tn. Curtis, Connie, Covington, Tn. Davis, Carolyn, Paducah, Ky. Davis, Michelle, Newbern, Tn. Deaton, Cynthia, Jackson, Tn. Deloach, Cindy, Humboldt, Tn. Diggs, Paula, Jackson, Tn. Dobbins, Jeffery, Millington, Tn. Donnell, Elizabeth, Jackson, Tn. Dunham, Adeie, Memphis, Tn. Dunning, Rachel, Gleason, Tn. Escue, Judy, Jackson, Tn. Escue, Rita, Jackson, Tn. Fesmire, Benny Jackson, Tn. Fesmire, Paula, Jackson, Tn. Fesmire, Yolanda, Lexington, Tn. Seniors Flowers, Diane, Troy, Tn. Foddrill, Elvin, Jackson, Tn. Foster, Albert, Atoka, Tn. Goodwill, Brenda, Cleveland, Tn. Griffin, Sherry, Bri ghton, Tn. Haas, Melvln, Jackson, Tn. Hainsworth, Jeff, Jackson, Tn. Hale, Laurie, Memphis, Tn. Hale, Sandra, Jackson, Tn. Harcrow, Nicky, Milan, Tn. Hardcastle, Kelly, Memphis, Tn. Harris, Tim, Jackson, Tn. Hayes, Linda, Brownsville, Tn. Hehe, Iris, SaltiUo, Tn Hill, Ronald, Medon, Tn V ' r Horton, Lisa, Bells, Tn. Howard, Cassandra, Henderson, Tn. Hubert, Betsy, Bradford, Tn. Hughes, Ralph, Waynesboro, Tn. Hunt, Audrey, Jackson, Tn. Hutchison, Donna, McKenzie, Tn. Hutchison, Karen, Ripley, Tn. Isbell, Laurie, Bolivar, Tn. Jackson, Rob, Tupelo, Ms. Johnson, Hal, Humboldt, Tn. Johnson, Linda, Memphis, Tn. Jones, Lisa, Toone, Tn. Jones, Sandy, Halls, Tn. Kendall, Doug, Memphis, Tn. King, Rhonda, Sesser, II, Kirk, Tony, Bolivar, Tn. Langley, Alison, Ripley, Tn. Layman, Bob, Jackson, Tn. Lavelle, Scott, Henning, Tn. LeGrand, Cynthia, Galax, Va. Long, Philip, Jackson, Tn. McCown, Rick, Jackson, Tn. Maness, Steve, Milan, Tn. Mangrum, Mark, Fariview, Tn. Marable, Elizabeth, Memphis, Tn. Marsh, Gerald, Jackson, Tn. Martin, David, Clarksville, Tn. Martin, Steven, Metropolis, II. Mathis, Mitzi, Bradford, Tn. McBroom, William, Jackson, Tn. McCloud, George, Memphis, Tn. McCollum, Lisa Grace, Lexington, Tn. McDaniel, Lisa, Whiteville, Tn. McDonald, Alison, Mayfield, Ky. McFadden, Sheila, Nashville, Tn. McNatt, Craig, Jackson, Tn. Melton, Barry, Eva, Tn. Michael, Anthony, Bradford, Tn. Miller, David, Waynesboro, Tn. Moffitt, Jay, Lexington, Tn. Moore, Margaret, Morris Chapel, Tn. Moore, Melinda, Bowling Green, Ky. Morford, Randall, Humboldt, Tn. Morris, Carol, Claiksville, Tn. Morrow, Bobbie, Bolivar, Tn. Mosier, Diane, Jackson, Tn. Mulson, Josephine, Jackson, Tn. Nash, Jacqueline, White House, Tn. Nelson, Teresa, Milan, Tn. Nicar, Lygia, Nashville, Tn. Outlaw, David, Brownsville, Tn. Overstreet, Deborah, Memphis, Tn. Owen, Clayton, McKenzie, Tn. Patey, Mark, Jackson, Tn. Petersen, Larry, Toone, Tn. Pickard, Anna, Munford, Tn. Pinkston, Jim, West Union, II. Pinner, Beth, Covington, Tn. Poteete, Jerry, Jackson, Tn. Powers, Suzy, Jackson, Tn. Prince, Brenda, Buinsville, Ms. Quails, Belinda, Bells, Tn. Raley, Vann, Kingsport, Tn. Reid, Janet, Dyersburg, Tn. Reid, Nancy, Brownsville, Tn. Rivera, Daniel, Orlando, Fl. Robertson, Brenda Forrest City, At. Robinson, Johnny, Daytona Beach, Fl. Rogers, Tonya, Jackson, Tn. Rushing, Laura, Pinckneyville, II. Sanford, Ed, Humboldt, Tn. Schools, Gregory, Granby, Ct. Scott, Mary Helen, Jackson, Tn. Sellers, Misty, Jackson, Tn. Sheilly, Kenny, Louisville, Ky Shuler, Russell, Sand Springs, Ok. Sims, Jeannie, Humboldt, Tn. Simmons, Toni, Morristown, Tn. Sisco, Carolyn, Memphis, Tn. Sitton, Susan, Memphis, Tn. Skelton, David, Crockett Mills, Tn. Smith, Janice, Covington, Tn. Smith, Karen, Jackson, Tn. Smith, Terry, Ravenden Springs, Ar. Smith, Todd, Paducah, Ky. Sorrell, Paul, Brownsville, Tn. Sowell, Vermelia, Clarksville, Tn. Spray, Kenneth, Covington, Tn. Spring, Retta, Jackson, Tn. Stephenson, Angela, Bells, Tn. Stewart, Angela, Jackson, Tn. Stewart, David, Middleton, Tn. i.- ' Strickland, Donna, Huntingdon, Tn. Sutton, Anita, Cookeville, Tn. Thomas, Cheryl, Jackson, Tn. Tignor, Jeannie, Jackson, Tn. Tilley, Cherilyn, Jackson, Tn. Trexler, Tammy, Memphis, Tn. Turnbo, Cindy, Waynesboro, Tn. Turner, Rose, Humboldt, Tn. Tyler, Tommy, Medon, Tn. Varnado, Winston, Memphis, Tn. Walker, Carol, Memphis, Tn. Walker, Michelle, McKenzie, Tn. Wallace, Susan, Daiden, Tn. Wallace, Kevin, Pontatac, Ms. Wallace, Wade, Brighton, Tn. Warren, Walter, Rives, Tn. Watkins, Mary, McKenzie, Tn. Watson, Scott, Marrero, La. Webb, LuAnne, Ripley, Tn. Wheat, Tim, Piggott, Ark. tii Yarbrough, Ljmn, Steele, Mo. Zike, Anita, Caseyville, II. Zeak, Julie, Jackson, Tn. Wheeler, Judy, Jackson, Tn. White, David, Memphis, Tn. White, Stephanie, Trenton, Tn. Whitt, Lois, Carrier Mills, II. Williams, Jimmy, Memphis, Tn. Williamson, Brenda, Morley, Mo. Williamson, Karen, Morley, Mo. Wilson, Jenny, Gleason, Tn. Wilson, Lisa, Dayton, Oh. Wood, Jan, Parsons, Tn. Woodhouse, Allen, Corinth, Ms. Woods, Jack, Milan, Tn. Wooters, Allan, Gleason, Tn. Wright, Beth, Brighton, Tn. Wright, Russell, Jackson, Tn. Seniors Associate of Science Bachelor Ayers, Lisa, Lexington, Tn. ASN Beard, Susan, Brownsville, Tn. ASN Beauregard, Linda, Grand Junction, Tn. ASN Bonds, Sheilla, Guys, Tn. ASN Brewer, Lisa, Selmer, Tn. ASN Brooks, Jeannie, Finger, Tn. ASN Buntin, Emily, Jac kson, Tn. ASN Bynum, Jessie, Jackson, Tn. ASN Camp, David, Alamo, Tn. ASN Conder, Melissa, Parsons, Tn. ASN Crockett, Charlotte, Jackson, Tn. ASN CuUins, Pamela, McLeansboro, II. ASN Darby, Pam, Camden, Tn. ASN Darnell, Sharron, Jackson, Tn. ASN Davis, Janice, Middleton, Tn. ASN Dodson, Holly, Henderson, Tn. ASN Ervin, Sandra, Bolivar, Tn. ASN Fisher, Mary, Medina, Tn. ASN Fitzhugh, Linda, Humboldt, Tn. ASN Frederick, Sheila, Jackson, Tn. ASN Garner, Patricia, Lexington, Tn. ASN Hall, Jamie, Louisville, Ky. ASN Spragins, Peggy, Jackson, Tn. ASN Hilliard, Tami, Huntingdon, Tn. ASN Hollins, Rhonda, Shiloh, Tn. ASN Second Year Nursing Officers, left to right, sitting: Lisa Brewer, secretary, Susan Walker, treasurer; Peggy Spragins, president; Holly Dodson, historian and publicity chairman; standing: Candy Ryser, student affairs representative; Jeannie Brooks, student curriculum representative; Sheilla Bonds, SGA representative; Mandy Williams, vice president. 190 Of Science in Nursing Graduates First Year Officers, left to right: Lisa Hatfield, curriculum representative; Denise Coleman, student affairs representative; Rhonda Watson, historian; Lynn Gerrard, treasurer; Cindy Nickerson, secretary; Denise Barnett, president. Not pictured: Stephen Self, vice president. Hunt, Michelle, Anderson, Ca. ASN Hurt, Martha, Jackson, Tn. ASN Jarnagin, Lindalyn, Selmer, Tn. ASN Jensen, Tom, Silver Bay, Minn. ASN Kelley, Sandra, Henderson, Tn. ASN King, Roberta, Alamo, Tn. ASN Knox, Carrie, Memphis, Tn. ASN Lawhorn, Carolyn, Jackson, Tn, ASN MacDonald, Lois, Fairfax, Va. ASN Mallette, Denise, Jackson, Tn. ASN Matlock, Brenda, Selmer, Tn. ASN McMurray, Stephanie, Jackson, Tn. ASN Reed, Debra, Jackson, Tn. ASN Rush, Mary Ann, Henderson, Tn. ASN Ryser, Sylvia, Somerville, NJ. ASN Smith, Jill, Milan, Tn. ASN Stone, Anita, Jackson, Tn. ASN Taylor, Cynthia, Jackson, Tn. ASN Tisdal, Marilyn, Jackson, Tn. ASN Towater, Diane, Jackson, Tn. ASN Trimmer, Tymara, Humboldt, Tn. ASN Warf, Tammy, Stanton, Tn. ASN Williams, Madalyn, Jackson, Tn. ASN Williams, Marsha, Jackson, Tn. ASN Walker, Peggy, Mayfield, Ky. ASN Walker, Susan, Selmer, Tn. ASN Wilson, Diane, Jackson, Tn. ASN Cox, Rachel, Milan. Tn. BSN Farris, Martha, Henderson, Tn. BSN SENIOR INDEX A,B ADAMS, ELANA JOYCE . . . B.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. ADKISSON, JANA DEE . . . B.S., Psychology Sociology; Chi Omega: President, Personnel Chairman; Pi Gamma Mu: Secretary; Dorm Council, Campus Favorite; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; NPC: Social Chairman; Cheerleaders; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Miss Union 1982; Minerva Little Sister. ANDERSON, CYNTHIA ANNETTE . . . B.S., Education; Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent: Vice President; U.U. Chorus; S.T.E.A. ASHE, CAROL ANN . . . B.S., Psychology Social Science; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; History Club; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; S.T.E.A.; U.U. Chorus. ASHE, SANDRA JANENE . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor: Management Mar- keting; B.S.U.; B.Y. W. BABCOCK, DARTHA JANE . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; S.T.E.A.; C.R.V.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. BAIN, RONALD KEITH . . . B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: P.E. and Health; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Eminent Chronicler, Eminent Recorder, Eminent Correspondent; S.G.A. Senator; Science Club; Symphonic Band; Intramurals. BAIRD, KATRENA . . . B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: Accounting; Zeta Tau Alpha; Treasurer. BARNES, KATHRYN ANN . . . B.A., Elementary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha: Fraternity Education Chairman; Judicial Chairman and Correspond- ing Secretary; S.T.E.A. BARNETT, MICHAEL WAYNE . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary Education; Phi Mu Alpha: Secretary; C.R.V.; Drama: ' The Good Doctor] Chorus; U.U. Singers; U.U. Dean ' s List. BARRON, MARTHA MAURINE . . . B.A., Social Work; Minor: Music; Zeta Tau Alpha: Second Vice President; First Vice President; Standards Chairman; Alpha Tau Omega: Little Sister; Psychology Club: Publicity Committee; Sociology Club; Dorm Council: Senator; Chorus; U.U. Singers. BOND, JOHN ROBERT . . . B.S., Economics and Finance and Computer Science; Minor: Accounting; Alpha Tau Omega; Alphi Chi; Kappa Mu Epsilon: Treasurer; Phi Beta Lambda; A.C.M.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. BONDS, SHEILLA G. . . . A.S., Nursing; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Lamplighters; S.G.A.; Senate Representative for Lamplighters. BOSTON, MARCIA GAY . . . B.S., Mathematics and Computer Science; Chi Omega: Secretary, Treasurer; A.C.M; S.G.A.: Senator; Dorm Council; Lest We Forget; U.U. Dean ' s List; Little Sister of the Maltese Cross. BOYD, STEVEN DOUGLAS . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor: Economics and Finance; Phi Beta Lambda; B.S.U.; Baseball. BRADFIELD, KATRINA DARLENE ... B.S., Computer Science and Business Administration; Alpha Chi; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Phi Beta Lambda; A.C.M.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. BRAWLEY, SUSAN CARD . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. BREEDLOVE, JIMMY DALE . . . B.A., Religion; Minor: Physical Education; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; History Club. BUNTIN, EMILY LOIS . . . A.S., Nursing; Chi Omega; Lamplighters; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. BURKE, JO ANN . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. C,D CAMPBELL, STACY EUGENE . . . B.S., Social Work; Minor: Psychology; Phi Mu Alpha: Social Director; B.S.U.; Footlights; Psychology Club; C.R.V.; Drama; Chorus. CARRINGTON, MICHELLE . . . B.S., Management Marketing and Psychology; Phi Beta Lambda; Basketball. CARTER, DAVID LEE . . . B.S., Computer Science; Minor: Economics Fin- ance. BEARD, SUSAN KAY . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters; Drama. BEAUREGARD, LINDA JONES . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. BERLIN, JOHN MARK . . . B.M., Sacred Music; Minor: Music Theory; Phi Mu Alpha: Executive Alumni Secretary; B.S.U. Puppet Director, Choir Director, Council; S.G.A.; Senate; Dorm C ouncil, President; Chorus; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; Productions: Antigone, The Twin Menechmi, Two by Two; Operas: HMS Pinafore, Bertha, Princess Ida; Footlights; Resident Life Board; C.R.V. BLACK, TOMMY LEON . . . B.S., History and Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Vice President; Hearld; Little Sister Representative; Phi Alpha Theta; Phi Beta Lambda: Treasurer; Taylor Pre-Legal Society; S.G.A.: Senator; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. BLACKWELL, ZANDRA M. . . . B.S., P.E. Health; Minor: Secondary Education; F.C.A.; S.T.E.A.; Basketball. BLURTON, KRISTIE LYNN Club; A.C.M.; Basketball. B.S., P.E. Health; Minor: History; P.E. CHAPPELL, LAURA DENISE . . . B.S., Mathematics; Minor: Psychology, Education; Chi Omega; Chapter Correspondent; A.T.O. Little Sister; B.S.U.: F.C.A.: Psychology Club; S.T.E.A.; S.G.A.: Clerk; Class Offices: Junior Class Secretary, Senior Class Secretary; Dorm Council: Senator; Lest We Forget. CLARK, ROBERT JEFFREY . . . B.A., History; Minor: Journalism Political Science; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Eminent Warden, Herald Calendar Chairman; History Club; Cardinal and Cream; Taylor Pre-Legal Society: Vice President. COLEMAN, CHRISTOPHER DENNIS . . . B.A., Religion; Minor: Greek; B.S.U. ; Ministerial Association; C.R.V.; U.U. Dean ' s List. CONDER, MELISSA DIANE . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. COOPER, DOYLE B B.A., Religion Psychology; Ministerial Association; C.R.V. CRAIG, JANICE RENEE . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor: Economics Finance; B.S.U.: Backyard Bible Club; History Club; Lest We Forget; Chorus. CRAWLEY, PAMELA ANN . . . B.S., Biology; Minor: Chemistry; Zeta Tau Alpha; Pre Med Club; Chorus. CRIHFIELD, SHARON ALENE ... B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Sigma Alpha Iota: Recording Secretary; S.T.E.A.; Chorus; U.U. Singers; Symphonic Band. CROCKETT, CHARLOTTE D . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. CROOK, WARREN CLAY . . . B.A., History; Minor: Political Science; Phi Alpha Theta; President; History Club; Taylor Pre-Legal Society: Prexy Club; S.G.A.: Senator, Temporary Parliamentarian; Chorus; Scholastic Awards: ACT, Kimsey Scholarship. CROMWELL, LEIGH ANN . . . B.S., Chemistry, Minor: Secondary Education; B.S.U.; S.T.E.A.; Science Club: President; U.U. Dean ' s List. CULLINS, PAMELA DEANNINE . . . A.S., Nursing; Zeta Tau Alpha; B.S.U. Lamplighters. CURTIS, CONNIE LYNN . . . B.S., Psychology; Minor: Sociology; U.U. Dean ' s List. DARBY, PAMELA KATHLEEN . . . A.S., Nursing; Zeta Tau Alpha: Service Chairman, Fraternity Education Chairman, Associate Pledge Trainer; Lamplighters; Dorm Council: Treasurer. DAVIS, CAROLYN SUE . . . B.S., Chemistry; Minor: Secondary Education; S.T.E.A. DAVIS, MARY JANICE . . . A.S., Nursing; LampHghters. DEATON, CYNTHIA LEIGH ... B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: Psychology; Phi Beta Lambda; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. DELOACH, CINDY ADAMS ... B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: Office Administration; Chi Omega; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister. DIGGS, PAULA DIANE . . . B.S., Social Work; Minor: Psychology; Alpha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. E,F,G ERVIN, SANDRA DENTON . . . A.S., Nursing; U.U. Dean ' s List. ESCUE, JUDY ELAINE . . . B.S., Mathematics Computer Science; Minor: Honors; Honors: Secretary Treasurer; Alpha Chi; Kappa Mu Epsilon: Vice President; A.C.M.: Vice President, President; Honors Council; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. FESMIRE, PAULA JAYNE . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; S.T.E.A. Secretary, President; S.G.A. FESMIRE, YOLANDA BLANKENSHIP . . . B.S., Biology; Minor: Chemistry; Pre-Med Club, Sigma Zeta. FLOWERS, ELIZABETH DIANE ... B.S., Physical Education Health; Minor: Church Recreation; B.S.U.; P.E. Club; C.R.V.; Intramurals. FREDERICK, SHEILA STANFILL . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. GARNER, PATRICIA S. . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters; Lest We Forget. GARRETT, BRENDA KAY . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. GILES, PAMELA W B.S., Physical Education Health; Minor: Secondary Education. GOODWILL, BRENDA JAYNE . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary Education; Sigma Alpha Iota: Editor; B.S.U.; Chorus; U.U. Singers: Treasurer. GREER, MICHAEL LYNN ... B.S., Physical Education Health; Minor: Secondary Education; F.C.A.; Campus Favorite; P.E. Club; Basketball. GRIFFIN, SHERRY LEIGH . . . B.S., Biology and Medical Technology; Minor: Chemistry; Zeta Tau Alpha: Sergeant at Arms; Sigma Zeta. H.I DOBBINS, JEFFERY DUANE . . . B.S., P.E. and Health; Minor: Secondary Education; Baseball. DODSON, HOLLY LUANN . . . A.S., Nursing; Kappa Delta Sorority; Lamplighters: Historian and Publicity Chairman. DUNNING, RACHEL LEE . . . B.S., Physical Education Health; Minor: Secondary Education; B.S.U.: Intramural Director; B.Y.W.: Senator; F.C.A.; P.E. Club: S.T.E.A.; S.G.A.; Lest We Forget: Sections Assistant; Tennis: Manager Statistician; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. HALE, LAURIE ANN . . . B.S, Computer Science; Minor: Accounting; Chi Omega: Lodge Manager, Assistant Intramurals; Kappa Mu Epsilon: Treasurer; Phi Beta Lambda; P.E. Club; A.C.M.; Dorm Council: Vice President; Chorus. HALL, JAMIE MARIE . . . A.S., Nursing; B.S.U.; Lamplighters; C.R.V. HARDAWAY, TINA ROSE Accounting. B.S., Office Administration; Minor: HARDCASTLE, ANNETTE EDMONDS ... B.S., Physical Educa- tion Health; Minor: Mathematics Secondary Education; Chi Omega: Homecoming Chairman; Kappa Mu Epsilon; B.S.U. ; F.C.A.; P.E. Club; Basketball; Tennis; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. HARDCASTLE, KELLY ALLEN ... B.S., Physical Education Health; Minor: Secondary Education; F.C.A.; P.E. Club; Basketball; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. HAYNES, TIMOTHY TAYLOR . . . B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: Computer Science; Phi Beta Lambda; U.U. Dean ' s List; Natoinal Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. HEHE, IRIS LOUISE . . . B.A., English Journalism; Minor: Speech; Footlights; U.U. Dean ' s List. HENDRIX, CONNIE JANETTE . . . B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; 193 S.T.E.A.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. HERRIMAN, ROBERT CRAIG . . . B.A., Religion; Minor: Psychology; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Psychology Club. MILLIARD, TAMI ANNETTE . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. HOLLINS, RHONDA JANE . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. HORTON, LISA KAYE . . . B.A., Computer Science; Minor: Business Administration; Phi Beta Lambda; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; A.C.M. HOWARD, CAROLE CLAIRICE . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary Education; Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Iota; Chaplain; Chorus; U.U. Singers: Secretary; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; Operetta Roles; Proclamation; C.R.V.; Ben West Scholarship. HURT, MARTHA ANN . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. HUTCHISON, DONNA MARIE ... B.S., Physical Education; Minor: Biologyr Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent: Vice President, President; National Dean ' s List. ISBELL, LAURIE LEE . . . B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: History. J,K JACKSON, ROBERT DEVERR JR. . . . B.A., Music; Minor: Psychology; Phi Mu Alpha: Pledge Class President, President; B.S.U.: High School Discipleship; Minister of Music Association: Vice President; S.G.A.: Senator; Chorus; U.U. Singers: Accompanist; Covenant Accompanist; Prexy Club; C.R.V. JARNAGIN, LINDALYN ANNETTE . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. JENSON, THOMAS LEE . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. JONES, SANDRA SUE . . . B.S., Mathematics; Minor: History, Secondary Education; Kappa Mu Epsilon; S.G.A.; History Club; S.T.E.A.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. JONES, LISA CAROL . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor: Management Marketing; Chi Omega: Secretary; Alpha Chi; Phi Beta Lambda; Dorm Council: Treasurer; Lest We Forget; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Miss Union Pageant: First Runnerup, Contestant Chairman. JONES, WOODY EDWARD . . . B.S., Computer Science; Minor: Accounting; Chorus; A.C.M. KELLY, SANDRA KAY . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. KEMP, LINDA L . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor: Business Administration; Alpha Chi; Phi Beta Lambda; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. KING, RHONDA R B.S., Physical Education Health; Minor; Secondary Education; B.S.U.; Intramurals; P.E. Club. KING, VANESSA CAROL . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Chorus. KIRK, JAMES ANTHONY ... B.S., Economics Finance; Minor: Accounting; Phi Beta Lambda; Baseball: 1983 All Area Tournament Team, 1983 Jackson Sun All West Tennessee College First Team; 1983 U.U. Triples Record; Led nation in Triples 1983. KNOX, CARRIE ANN . . . A.S., Nursing, Minor: Psychology; Lamplighters. 194 L,M LANDRETH, PHYLLIS ANN Band. A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters, Symphonic LANGLEY, ALISON KAY . . . B.S., Physical Education Health; Minor: Secondary Education Science; Zeta Tau Alpha: Corresponding Secretary, Panhellenic Delegate; P.E. Club; S.T.E.A.; Dorm Council Representative; Lest We Forget: Photographer; Basketball Trainer. LAUGHLIN, MELINDA ANN . . . B.A., Elementary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; S.T.E.A.; Taylor Pre-Legal Society; Cardinal and Cream; Lest We Forget. LAWHORN, CAROLYN GANDER . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. LAYMAN, ROBERT JOSEPH . . . B.A., Religion; Minor: Psychology; Chi Omega Wise Guy; Alpha Tau Omega; B.S.U.; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; U Club; C.R.V.; Campus Favorite; Baseball. LEWIS, BRENDA B . . . B.S., Elementary Education; History Club; S.T.E.A.; U.U. Dean ' s List, National Dean ' s List. LINDSEY, TERESA MARIE . . . B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: Accounting; Phi Beta Lambda LITTLE, ANGELA MICHELLE . . . B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: Office Administration LOMAX, MISSY D . . . A.S., Nursing. LONG, PHILIP SCOTT ... B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary Education Theory; Alpha Chi; Phi Mu Alpha: Warden, Parliamentarian; B.S.U.: Music Chairman, Council, Choir Director, " Majesty " Director; C.R.V.; U.U. Chorus; U.U. Singers: Vice President; Symphonic Band: i Percussion Section Leader; Proclamation; Pageant Singers; Operettas: HMS i Pinafore, Bertha, and Princess Ida; Ben West Memorial Scholarship; U.U. Dean ' s List. LAVELLE, WILLIAM SCOTT . . . B.S., Economics and Finance; Minor: Computer Science Management and Marketing; Alpha Tau Omega: Social Chairman, Senator; Phi Beta Lambda; Interfraternity Council; Top Ten Percent Scholarship; U.U. Dean ' s List. MacDONALD, LOIS L ... A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. MALLETTE, DENISE GODWIN . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. MANESS, STEPHEN LEE . . . B.A., Religion Greek; Minor: Sociology Mu- sic; Honors; Alpha Chi; B.S.U.; Footlights; Sociology Club; Student Foundation; C.R.V.; S.G.A.: Treasurer; Class Officer: Secretary; Drama: God ' s Favorite, The Good Doctor; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; B.S.U.: Vice President. MARTIN, JAMES DAVID . . . B.M., Sacred Music; Minor: Music Theory; Phi Mu Alpha: Historian, Executive Alumni Secretary; B.S.U.; C.R.V.; U.U. Chorus; U.U. Singers; Resident Life Board: Vice President; Covenant. MARTIN, STEVEN W. . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Eminent Correspondent, Chaplain; Phi Mu Alpha: Warden, Executive Alumni Secretary; Vice President, President; B.S.U.: Council, Music Director; Footlights, S.T.E.A.; Student Foundation; Music Minister Association; C.R.V.; Interfraternity Council; Dorm Council: Treasurer; Drama; Chorus; U.U. Singers; Stage Band; Pageant Sound Director and Announcer; Outstanding Young Man of America. MATLOCK, BRENDA KAY . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. McCLOUD, GEORGE E. . . . B.S., History; Minor: Computer Science; History Club; A.C.M. Cardinal and Cream; Business Manager; Lest We Forget: Business Manager; U.U. Chorus. McCOWN, RICHARD H . . . B.S., Economics Finance; Minor: Political Science; Zeta Tau Alpha Zetaman; Alpha Tau Omega: Worthy Usher; Senator, Rush Chairman; Phi Beta Lambda; History Club; Taylor Pre-Legal Society: Associate Treasurer; S.G.A. Senator; Peer Counselor; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. McMURRAY, STEPHANIE STRAUB . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. MULSON, JOSEPHINE . . . B.S., Psychology; Minor: History; Alpha Chi; Phi Alpha Theta; Pi Gamma Mu: President; Taylor Pre-Legal Society; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. MURLEY, BETSY SILER . . . B.A., Mathematics; Minor: Secondary Education; Alpha Chi; Kappa Mu Epsilon; B.Y.W.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. N,0 McNATT, RICHARD CRAIG . . . B.A., Art; Minor: Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega: Athletic Director, Student Foundation Representative; Kappa Pi: Vice President: Art Guild; Torch; Cardinal and Cream: Cartoonist; 1983 Art Guild Best Of Show Award. MAXWELL, DARRELL GUY . . . B.S., Physical Education Health; Minor: Secondary Education; B.S.U.; F.C.A.: Publicity Chairman; P.E. Club; S.T.E.A.; Student Foundation; S.G.A. Senator; Campus Favorite. McDANIEL, LISA ANNE . . . B.S., Elementary Education; Minor: Special Education; Zeta Tau Alpha: Pledge Class President; B.S.U.; S.T.E.A.; Lest We Forget: Photographer. McFADDEN, SHEILA WILLIS . . . B.A., Music; Minor: Sociology; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister; Secretary; Sigma Alpha Iota; U.U. Chorus; U.U. Singers; Pageant Singers; Director. MICHAEL, ANTHONY RAY ... B.A., History; Minor: English; History Club: Treasurer; C.R.V.; S.G.A. Senator. NASH, JACQUELINE . . . B.A., History; Minor: Political Science; Alpha Chi; Phi Alpha Theta: Secretary, Treasurer; Pi Gamma Mu: Vice President; S.G.A.: Parliamentarian; History Club: Vice President, President; Taylor Pre-Legal Society: Treasurer, Senator; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; TISL Delegate; TLIP Delegate. NELSON, TERESA ANN . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor: Marketing Man- agement; Phi Beta Lambda; U.U. Dean ' s List. OVERSTREET, DEBORAH ANN . . . B.A., Elementary Education; Minor: Music; Sigma Alpha Iota: Vice President; B.S.U.; C.R.V.; S.G.A. Senator; U.U. Chorus; U.U. Singers; Operetta: Old Maid and Thief; Miss Union: Contestant, Producer. OVERSTREET, GREGORY STUART ... B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: Economics and Finance; Basketball. OWEN, OSCAR CLAYTON . . . B.A., Psychology Economics and Finance; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Recorder, President; Phi Beta Lambda; Psychology Club; Taylor Pre-Legal Society; Prexy Club. MONTGOMERY, CHARLES STAGEY . . . B.S., Economics Finance; Minor: History; Taylor Pre-Legal Society: Secretary; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. MOORE, MELINDA LYNN . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor: Computer Science; Chi Omega: Public Relations, Panhellenic; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister: Treasurer; Phi Beta Lambda; S.G.A.: Vice President; Class Offices: President; Campus Favorite; Homecoming Chairman. MORROW, BOBBIE JEAN , Administration. . B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: Office MOSIER, JUDY DIANE ... B.S., Physical Education Health; Minor: Secondary Education; P.E. Club; S.T.E.A.; S.G.A.; Dorm Council; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. MOSS, LEONARD HOUSTON Secondary Education. B.S. Physical Education; Minor: P,Q,R PATTERSON, DENISE MARCELLE . . . B.S., Accounting; Minor: Political Science. PERRIN, SUSAN JOY . . . B.S., Office Administration; Minor: Accounting; B.S.U.: Puppets, Officer; B.Y.W.: Social Chairman. PICKARD, ANNA D. SCARBROUGH . . . B.A., English Journalism; Minor: Secondary Education; Alpha Chi: Secretary; Sigma Tau Delta: Secretary; Footlights; S.T.E.A.; The Torch; Cardinal and Cream; Lest We Forget: Associate Editor, Editor-in-Chief; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who; President ' s Committee for Library Expansion. PINKSTON, CAROL WALKER . . . B.M., Piano Performance; Minor: Music 195 RALEY, VANN NELSON . . . B.S., Chemistry; Minor: Mathematics; Alpha Chi; Zeta Tau Alpha Zetaman; Alpha Tau Omega: Treasurer; Class Officer: Treasurer, Vice President; Moondogs of America; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Sigma Zeta; S.G.A. Senate. ROBERTSON, BRENDA CAROL ... B.A., English Journalism; Minor: Speech; Sigma Tau Delta: Vice President; Cardinal and Cream: Associate Editor, Editor; Lest We Forget: Associate Editor. ROBINSON, JOHNNY Accounting. B.S., Economics and Finance; Minor: ROGERS, TONYA LEE ... B.A., Elementary Education; Chi Omega; Assistant Secretary; S.T.E.A.; Linguae Mundi; C.R.V.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Alpha Chi. J RUSH, MARY ANN . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. I RUSHING, LAURA SUE . . . B.S., Computer Science; Minor: Accounting; ' B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Chorus; U.U. Singers; A.C.M.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. s Theory; Phi Mu Alpha Sweetheart; Sigma Alpha Iota: Treasurer; Chorus; U.U. Singers; Stage Band; Proclamation. PINKSTON, JAMES ANDREW ... B.M., Sacred Music; Minor: Music Theory; Chorus; U.U. Singers: Vice President; Pageant Singers; Proclamation; C.R.V. PINNER, BETH . . . B.S., Marketing Management; Minor: Accounting: Phi Beta Lambda. PORTER, DAVID ADAMS . . . B.S., Business Administration Computer Science; Phi Beta Lambda; Chorus; A.C.M. POTTER, GARY KEITH . . . B.S., Physical Education; Minor: Chemistry Church Recreation; Phi Beta Chi; B.S.U.; F.C.A.; Campus Favorite. PRINCE, BRENDA LEE . . . B.S., Psychology; Minor: Religion Secondary Education; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.: Secretary; Psychology Club: Publicity Chairman, Vice President; C.R.V.; Miss Union Contestant. QUALLS, BELINDA JOYCE Accounting; A.C.M. B.S., Computer Science; Minor: SAIN, AMY V . . . B.S., Elementary Education; S.T.E.A. SANFORD, BOBBY EDWARD . . . B.A.; Religion; Minor: Sociology; Zeta Tau Alpha Zetaman; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Eminent Herald, Chaplain; Drama: The Bad Seed, East Lynne; C.R.V. SCHOOLS, GREGORY H . . . B.S., Computer Science; Minor: Art. SCOTT, MARY HELEN ... B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary Education Music Theory; Zeta Tau Alpha Recording Secretary; Alpha Chi: Treasurer; Sigma Alpha Iota: President; B.S.U.: Choir accompanist; Chorus; Piano Ensemble; Zeta Tau Alpha Scholastic Award; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. SHEEHY, DEBORAH ANN . . . B.S., Physical Education Health; Minor: Secondary Education; B.S.U.: Vice President; Dorm Council: Resident Life Board President; P.E. Club: President; Student Foundation; Tennis. SHEILLEY, KENNY EDWARD ... B.A., Religion Sociology; B.S.U.: Co-Chairman Off-Campus Ministries; presented a paper at the West Tennessee Undergraduate Sociological Symposium; Dorm Council; Jail Ministry; C.R.V.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. SHULER, RUSSELL E tion Health; Baseball. B.S., Accounting; Minor: Physical Educa- SIMMONS, TONI LEE . . . B.S., Social Work; Minor: Religious Education; B.S.U.: Missions Chairman, Drama, Revival Teams; B.Y.W.: Missions Action; F.C.A. Intramurals; Prexy Club; Footlighters; Sociology Club: President; C.R.V.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. SISCO, CAROLYN . . . B.S., Business Administration; Minor: Computer Science. SITTON, SUSAN ELAINE ... B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: Economics Finance; Chi Omega; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister; Phi Beta Lambda. SKELTON, DAVID . . . B.A., Computer Science; Minor: Music; Alpha Chi; B.S.U.; U.U. Chorus; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. SMITH, MARY ELIZABETH . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. SMITH, TERRY GLENN . . . B.A., Religion; Minor: Math Secondary Education; Alpha Tau Omega; Intramural Director; Ministerial Association: Senator; C.R.V.; Who ' s Who. SMITH, TODD ALLEN . . . B.A., Religion; Minor: Sociology; Ministerial Association; Sociology Club; C.R.V.; Dorm Council Representative. SORRELL, PAUL DIXON . . . B.S., Marketing Management; Minor: Speech; Phi Beta Lambda; Footlights; Drama; U.U. Singers. SOWELL, VERMELIA AMANDA . . . B.S., Psychology Social Work; Alpha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu: President; B.S.U.; C.R.V.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who. SPRAY, KENNETH FRANKLIN . . . B.A., Religion Physical Education and Health; Basketball: Manager, Trainer; Baseball: Statistician, Trainer. STEWART, ANGELA CAROL . . . B.A., Management Marketing; Minor: Journalism; Chi Omega: Assistant Pledge Trainer; Rush Chairman; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister; Phi Beta Lambda; Student Foundation: President; Campus Favorite; Cardinal and Cream; Panhellenic Council: President. STEWART, DAVID MACK . . . B.S.; Management Marketing; Minor: Economics; Phi Beta Lambda; U.U. Chorus. STEWART, LISA DIANE . . . B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: Office Administration; Phi Beta Lambda; Parliamentarian; History Club; U.U. Chorus. TURNER, ROSE ARDEN . . . B.S., Social Work; Minor: Psychology. STRICKLAND, DONNA ANN . . . B.A., Music; Minor: Computer Science; Alpha Chi; Sigma Alpha Iota; Treasurer; U.U. Chorus; U.U. Singers: Librarian; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. V SUTTON, ANITA SUE . . . B.A., Social Work; Minor: Psychology; Zeta Tau Alpha: Standards Chairman, President; Pi Gamma Mu: Vice President; B.S.U.; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; International Club; Panhellenic Council. VAUGHN, ROBERT SIDNEY . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary Education; Phi Mu Alpha; S.T.E.A.; Stage Band; Symphonic Band. w THOMAS, CHERYL ANN . . . B.S., Biology; Minor: Chemistry; Chi Omega: Songleader; Alpha Chi; Sigma Zeta: Vice President; U.U. Singers; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. THORNTON, STEVEN RHEA ... B.A., Religion; Minor: History; Ministerial Association: Vice President; C.R.V. TILLEY, CHERILYN GAYE ... B.S., Social Work; Minor: Psychology; Footlights; Psychology Club; Sociology Club; Taylor Pre-Legal Society: Secretary; S.G.A.: Senator, Treasurer; U.U. Chorus; Drama: Antigone, Kiss and Tell and East Lynne. TREXLER, TAMARA JOY . . . B.A., English Journalism; Minor: Speech; Lyceum Committee; Chi Omega: Chapter Correspondent, Social and Civic Chairman; Alpha Psi Omega: Secretary; B.S.U.: Puppet Team; Footlights; History Club; Taylor Pre-Legal Society; Public Relations, Vice President, President; S.G.A.: Senator, Vice President; Class Offices: Secretary, Vice President; Cardinal and Cream; Drama; The Importance of Being Earnest, Antigone, A Thurher Carnival, Kiss and Tell, East Lynne; Miss Union Contestant; Mr. Campus Director; TISL Delegate. TRIMMER, TYMARA GENE . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. TURNBO, CINDY ANN . . . B.S., Management Marketing; Minor: Office Administration; Alpha Chi; Phi Beta Lambda; U.U. Dean ' s List. WADLEY, BETH C . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters: Secretary; B.S.U. Drama: Thurber Carnival; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. WALKER, DRUSELLA . . . B.S., Elementary Education. WALKER, MICHELLE DAWN ... B.S., Office Administration; Minor: Marketing Management; Phi Beta Lambda; B.S.U.: Senate; Chorus. WALKER, PEGGY CAROL . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. WARF, TAMARA RAE . . . A.S., Nursing; Lamplighters. WARREN, WALTER GENE . . . B.S., Biology; Minor: Chemistry; Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Man; Alpha Tau Omega: Scholarship Award, Social Chairman, Intramural Director; Alpha Chi: Vice President; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Sigma Zeta; Student Foundation; Executive Council; S.G.A.: President Pro Temp Senate; Class Offices: Class President; Campus Favorite; Prexy Club; ATO Scholarship Award; U.U. Dean ' s List. WEBB, LUANNE . . . B.S., Accounting and Economics Finance; Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Little Sister President and Sweetheart; Alpha Chi; Kappa Mu Epsilon; F.C.A.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. WHEAT, TIMOTHY WAYNE . . . B.A., Religion; Minor: Psychology; B.S.U.: Intramural Director, Senator; F.C.A.: President; Psychology Club; Student Foundation: Speaker ' s Chairman; Prexy Club; C.R.V.; S.G.A.; Entertainment Committee; Campus Favorite. WHITT, LOIS ELIZABETH STARKEY . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary Education Music Theory; Sigma Alpha Iota; S.T.E.A.; Stage Band, Symphonic Band. WILLIAMS, JIMMY E . . . B.A., Psychology; Minor: Religion; Ministerial Association: Tract Minister; C.R.V. WILLxAMS, ROBERT DAVID Sociology Club. WILLIAMSON, KAREN ANN Alpha; S.T.E.A.; Who ' s Who. . . B.S., Psychology; Minor: Sociology; B.S., Elementary Education; Zeta Tau WILSON, LISA RENEE . . . B.A., French; Minor: Business Administration- Office Administration; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. WOODHOUSE, GEORGE ALLEN JR . . . B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary Education; Phi Mu Alpha; B.S.U.; C.R.V.; S.G.A.: Senate; Chorus; U.U. Singers; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; National Association of Teachers of Singers, Regional District; Ben West Scholarship. WOOTERS, BRIAN ALLAN . . . B.A., Religion; Minor: Philosophy; Alpha Chi; C.R.V.; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. WRIGHT, BETH ANN . . . B.S., Sociology; Minor: Speech; Zeta Tau Alpha: Recording Secretary; Footlights; Sociology Club; U.U. Dean ' s List. WRIGHT, RUSSELL KEITH ... B.A., Marketing Management; Minor: Journalism; Art Guild; Footlights; Taylor Pre-Legal Society; Cardinal and Cream: Assistant Editor; Drama; U.U. Dean ' s List; National Dean ' s List. Y,Z YARBROUGH, LYNN PAUL ... B.S., Marketing Management; Minor: Physical Education; Phi Beta Lambda; Baseball. ZIKE, ANITA CHRISTINE . . . B.S., Social Work; Minor: Religion; B.S.U.; C.R.V. Adalberth, Gunnar ... p. 150, 156 Adams, Monica ... p. 59, 168 Adams, Paul J. ... p. 156 Adams, Sherrie Elaine ... p. 140, 168 Adams, Sherri L. . . . p. 156 Adams, Wayne ... p. 156 Adkisson, Jana ... p. 15, 30, 31, 70, 74, 182 Agee, Miriam ... p. 56, 58, 62, 176 Agee, Robyn ... p. 59, 89, 168 Alexander, Denise ... p. 168 Alexander, Donna Y. ... p. 58, 156 Alexander, Lisa ... p. 176 Alexander, Melanie ... p. 156 Alexander, Michelle ... p. 156 Alford, John Michael ... p. 56, 156 Allbritten, Melanie Jo ... p. 66, 156 Allen, Brad ... p. 168 Allen, Cathy ... p. 176 Allen, Charles ... p. 59, 82, 168 Allen, Melody ... p. 176 Allison, David Gregory ... p. 156 Allison, J. Fred ... p. 168 Amaya, Estella ... p. 176 Anderson, Beketa ... p. 56, 59, 176 Anderson, Cindy ... p. 182 Anderson, Jeff ... p. 156 Anderson, Shari ... p. 89, 176 Appleton, Patti M. ... p. 168 Armey, Robert C. . . . p. 176 Arnold, Camille ... p. 156 Arnold, Carolyn ... p. 59, 168 Arthur, Ronald Wayne ... p. 156 Asbridge, Donna ... p. 89, 156 Ashby, Cynthia ... p. 158 Ashe, Carol ... p. 58 Ashe, Sandra ... p. 182 Atchley, Frederick ... p. 56, 156 Atkeison, Nancy Kathryn ... p. 156 Atkins, Keith ... p. 10, 168, 200, 220 Austin, Kelly ... p. 39, 156 Austin, Pat . . . p. 36, 156 Ayers, Lisa ... p. 190 Student Index B Babcock, Dartha ... p. 182 Bacon, Harold Edwin ... p. 168 Bacon, Karen ... p. 168 Baggett, Geoff ... p. 156 Baggott, Becky ... p. 156 Bain, Carla ... p. 89, 156 Bain, Keith ... p. 182 Bailey, Mitzi A. ... p. 89, 168 Bailey, Peggy ... p. 182 Baird, Bobbie ... p. 182 Baird, Katrena ... p. 176 Baird, Mark ... p. 168 Baird, Susan ... p. 168 Baker, Tim L. ... p. 156 Baker, Tracy ... p. 168 Barbee, Sonya ... p. 69 Barker, Betsy ... p. 69, 79, 176 Barnes, Donna Jo ... p. 68, 176 Barnett, K. Denise ... p. 68, 176 Barnett, Michael ... p. 79, 82 Barron, Eric ... p. 36, 79, 82, 152, 168, 200 Barron, Martha ... p. 36, 94, 95 Bass, James ... p. 144, 176 Bass, Kevin R. . . . p. 40, 72, 176 Bass, Rhonda Jo ... p. 56, 157 Bates, Donna ... p. 66, 157 Baudo, Linda C. . . . p. 157 Beal, Rednna ... p. 176 Beard, Susan ... p. 38, 52, 190 Bearden, Lisa ... p. 182 Beauregard, Linda ... p. 190 Beck, Ricky ... p. 168 Bedford, Kevin ... p. 168 Bell, Karen ... p. 89, 157 Bell, Laura Jeanette ... p. 168 Berlin, Mark ... p. 82, 182 Bertouille, Diane ... p. 74, 176 Beshires, Melinda R. ... p. 69, 168 Bevis, Randall ... p. 157 Bickers, David ... p. 157 Biggs, Renee M. .. . p. 157 Birlew, Dianna L. ... p. 168 Bishop, Barry ... p. 136, 182 Bishop, Randy ... p. 168 Bivens, Dicky ... p. 157 Black, Charlotte ... p. 168 Black, Deena ... p. 89, 169 Black, Tommy ... p. 70, 182 Blackwell, Zandra ... p. 140, 142, 143, 182, 195 Blankenship, Tina ... p. 157 Blurton, Kristie ... p. 140, 142, 143, 182, 195 Bobbitt, Caroline E. . . . p. 157 Boggan, Robbie ... p. 176 Boggs, Helen ... p. 169 Bonds, Linda ... p. 58, 157 Bonds, Sheilla ... p. 190 Booth, Nancy Sheree ... p. 157 Booth, Stephanie L. ... p. 169 Boroughs, Charles Kenneth ... p. 157 Boroughs, Darlene ... p. 157 Bostick, Renea ... p. 169 Boston, Marcy ... p. 182 Bottoms, Renee ... p. 56, 157 Bottoms, Delaine ... p. 89, 157 Bowen, Lynette ... p. 157 Bowers, Greg ... p. 56, 59, 176 Bouling, Patricia ... p. 157 Boyd, Andre ... p. 182 Boyd, Steven D. . . . p. 30, 31, 136, 182 Boyle, Janna ... p. 157 Boyte, George ... p. 74, 152, 182 Braden, Kerry ... p. 58, 59, 169, 178 Bradfield, Katrina ... p. 182 Bradford, Nelda ... p. 79, 176 Bradley, KeUy ... p. 169 Bradshaw, Terry ... p. 182 Bratcher, Bob ... p. 169 Breedlove, Jimmy ... p. 183 Breedlove, Sherry ... p. 183 Brewer, Lisa ... p. 190 Brewer, Phillip ... p. 157 Brewer, Sheila ... p. 176 Bridges, Kim ... p. 56, 176 Bright, Russell L. . . . p. 74, 176 Briley, Robert Lee ... p. 176 Britt, Teresa ... p. 157 Broadway, Nancy ... p. 157 Brockman, Larry ... p. 176 Brooks, Barbara Ann. . .59, 169 Brooks, Cindy ... p. 69, 176 Brooks, Jeannie ... p. 190 Brooks, Sharon ... p. 177 Brookshaw, Stephanie ... p. 157 Brown, Billy J. ... p. 183 Brown, Donna ... p. 183 Brown, Doug ... p. 169 Brown, Julia B. . . . p. 177 Brown, Shaun ... p. 157 Brown, Steve ... p. 157 Brown, Teresa L. . . . p. 157 Brummet, Floyd Jackson ... p. 157 Bryant, J. Barrett ... p. 177 Bryant, Norma Lisa ... p. 89, 157 Buck, Lila D. . . . p. 69, 169 Bucks, John ... p. 177 Buford, Brian ... p. 10, 56, 121, 169 Bullington, Mike ... p. 183 Buntin, Emily ... p. 190 Burchum, Jacqueline ... p. 183 Burchum, Charles Tony ... p. 177 Burdick, Steve ... p. 158 Burke, Lauren ... p. 79, 89 Burns, Christi ... p. 183 Burns, Kevin David ... p. 158 Burse, Phil .. . p. 158 Burton, Ronnie ... p. 177 Butler, Bobby Gene ... p. 183 Butler, Carol ... p. 158 Butler, Judd ... p. 169 Butler, Larry ... p. 4, 169 Butler, Sheila V. ... p. 169 Byford, Anita ... p. 177 Bynum, Jessie ... p. 190 Cagle, Jeffrey ... p. 190 Cain, Christy ... p. 158 Campbell, Chris ... p. 158 Campbell, Kim ... p. 158 Campbell, Melanie ... p. 33, 183 Campbell, Michelle ... p. 158 Campbell, Stacy ... p. 82, 183 Camp, David ... p. 177 Canaday, Cam ... p. 177 Cannon, Teri Michele ... p. 158 Cantrell, Carla ... p. 158 Cantrell, Russ ... p. 177 Caperton, Dennis ... p. 177 Carpenter, Tim ... p. 136, 177 Carnal, Steven ... p. 136, 177 Carr, Darlene ... p. 56, 122, 177 Carr, Steve ... p. 20, 56, 177 Carrington, Michel le ... p. 140, 142 Carroll, LaWanda ... p. 158 Carter, David L. . . . p. 183 Carter, Gerald ... p. 158 Carter, Kimberly C. . . . p. 56, 74, 169 Carter, Melody ... p. 169 Carter, Robbie ... p. 58 Carter, Vera ... p. 158 Case, Mike ... p. 177 Case, Randy ... p. 183 Castellaw, Tammy ... p. 169 Cawley, Jon . . . p. 33, 136 Chalmers, Susan ... p. 158 Chandler, Rachel ... p. 169 Chappell, Denise ... p. 59, 182 Chea, Gina ... p. 74, 179 Cheatham, Cheryl ... p. 158 Childers, Patti ... p. 89, 158 Christie, Frank ... p. 169 Clark, Lisa ... p. 158 Clark, Malesa D. . . . p. 89, 169, 177, 201 Clark, Mark Timothy ... p. 183 Clark, Paul ... p. 177 Clark, Wendy ... p. 158 Clay, Donna ... p. 89, 158 Clayton, Lorie ... p . 79, 169 Clement, Jennifer ... p. 10, 60, 62, 64, 66, 122, 169, 224 Clift, Alisa ... p. 79, 82, 183 Clifton, Sandra ... p. 158 Climer, Joseph E. ... p. 169 Climer, Mary ... p. 158 p. 169 p. 89, 169 ,. p. 158 . p. 183 ... p. 56, 158 p. 158 p. 59, 74, 177 ... p. 169 Coleman, Christopher D. . . . p. 183 Coleman, Denise ... p. 58, 68, 169 . p. 177 ... p. 169 . . p. 169 . p. 74 .. p. 190 p. 159 p. 183 . p. 159 .. p. 159 . . p. 56, 89, 156 p. 177 Gotten, Christopher ... p. 38, 66, 159 Cox, Jennifer ... p. 59, 89, 177 Cox, Rachel ... p. 191 Cox, Sharon ... p. 159 Craig, Chris ... p. 33, 100, 169 Craig, Janice ... p. 183 Craig, Linda ... p. 96, 177 Crane, Pattie ... p. 170 Crawford, Robert ... p. 153, 177 Crawley, Pam ... p. 183 Crawley, Robert ... p. 56, 153, 159 Criger, Cristy ... p. 38 Crihfield, Sharon ... p. 79 Crisp, Dale ... p. 177 Crocker, Gigi ... p. 170 Crocker, Paula ... p. 159 Cromwell, Leigh Ann ... p. 69, 72, 183 Crook, Richard ... p. 170 Crook, Warren ... p. 70, 183 Crossnoe, Melanie ... p. 183 Cullins, Pamela ... p. 36, 190 Curtis, Connie ... p. 74, 184 Cupples, Tommy ... p. 170 D Coady, Joel Cobb, Robin Cochran, Kim . . Cochran, Lisa . . Cochran, Penny Cocke, Julie . . . Cole, Russell . . . Cole, Stephanie Coleman, John . . Coleman, Rhonda Collier, Candace . Collins, Brenda . . Conder, Melissa . Copeland, Jeff . . Cooper, Doyle . . . Cordon, Cherie . . Cornelius, Nellie . Cosmiano, Grace Cothren, Lisa . . . Daniel, Kelly ... p. 56, 58, 79, 170 Darby, Pam ... p. 190 Darnell, Sharron ... p. 190 Davie Billy . . . p. 56, 59, 159, 170 Davis, Denny . . p. 159 Davis, Carolyn . . p. 184 Davis, Janice . . p. 56, 190 Davis, Michele . . . p. 184 Davis, Robert Thomas, Jr. ... p. 5 Davis, Steve . . . p. 74, 177 Davis, Terry . . . p. 144, 159 Day, Brian . . . p . 170 Deal, DeWayne . . p. 177 Dean, Claudia . . p. 159 Dean, Karen . . . p. 159 Dean, Melinda . . . p. 79, 89, 159 Dean, Twila . . . p. 56, 59, 177 Deaton, Cynthia ... p. 184 Deaton, Don . . . p. 144 Dedmon, Jenny . . p. 177 Deere Debbie . . p. 177 DeGroot, Todd . . . p. 156, 159 Dehn, Tobey . . . p. 89, 159 DeLoach, Cindy . . . p. 184 DeLoach, Dana .. p. 159 DePriest, Sam . . p. 177, 201 DePriest, Philip . . . p. 177 DeVault, Darrin ... p. 159 Diggs, Paula . . . p. 184 Diggs, William . . p. 159 Dixon Jesse E. . . p. 170 Dixon Wanda . . p. 159 Dobbins, Jeffrey ... p. 184 Doddridge, Dusty ... p. 170 Dodson, Holly . . p. 190 Donnell, Elizabeth ... p. 184 Donnell, Jim ... p. 144, 178 Dorman, Phillip ... p. 170 Dorton, Christina ... p. 68, 159 Doster, Cindy ... p. 178 Doster, John . . . p 159 Doty, Kimberly . . p. 159 Dowd, James . . . p . 178 Douglass, Brad . . . p. 56, 60, 62, 122, 170 Douglass, Susan . . . p. 170 Douglas, Janice M. ... p. 170 Duck, Susanne . . . p. 89, 159 Dukes, Tim ... p. 79, 178 Dunavant, Donna . . . p. 178 Dunham, Adele . . p. 38, 184, 188 Dunning, Rachel . . p. 184 Duren, Lee ... p. 170 Durham, Cindy . . p . 89, 170 Durham, Katherine ... p. 58, 170 Duvall, Mark . . . p . 170 Dwyer, Shannon . . . p. 56, 170 Dyer, Susan ... p. 159 E Earp, Lori ... p. 89, 159 Eaves, Mike ... p. 79, 82, 170 Eaves, Ricky ... p. 56, 79, 82 Eaves, Stephen ... p. 178 Ebersold, Amanda ... p. 160 Echols, Theda ... p. 160 Edmonson, James ... p. 160 Edwards, Bobbie ... p. 160 Elangouan, S. . . . p. 170 Ellison, Diana ... p. 110 EUison, Kathy ... p. 160 Elmore, Kristi ... p. 160 Elmore, Leanne ... p. 120 Epperson, Marion ... p. 170 Ervin, Sandra ... p. 190 Escue, Judy ... p. 66, 184 Escue, Mark . . . p. 160 Escue, Rita . . . p. 66 Essary, Dirk . . p. 56, 66, 160 Evans, Daniel . . . p. 160 Evans, Russ . . p. 53, 178 Evans, Sheila . . p. 170 Everett, JoAnn ... p. 178 Ezell, Kevin . . p. 33, 59, 178 ILT l Hi Farabee, Judith . . . p. 59, 89, 178 Farris, Kimberly . . p. 178 Farris, Martha . . . P- Faulkner, Vanneata ... p. 9, 170 Fennel, Phyllis . . . p. 178 Fesmire, Benny . . p. 184 Fesmire, Paula . . . p. 184 Fesmire, Yolanda . . p. 184 Fiddler, Cindy . . . p. 160 Fields, Mark . . . p . 74, 178 Finley, Scot ... p. 56, 59, 152 153, 178 Fisher, Mary . . . p . 190 Fitts, Robert . . . p . 170 Fitzhugh, Linda . . . p. 190 Fleeman, Charlie . . . p. 160 Fleet, Anita ... p. 58, 69,. 178 Flowers, Cathy . . . p. 160 Flowers, Diane . . . p. 184 Foddrill, Elvin . . . p. 184 160 Forderhase, Timothy ... p. 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T. ... p. 74 WUcox, Paul ... p. 79, 175 Wilder, Steve ... p. 136 Wilkins, Mickey ... p. 167 Williams, Andy ... p. 167 Williams, Brenda ... p. 181 William, Chris ... p. 59, 175 Williams, David ... p. 167 WiUiama, Frederick ... p. 59, 136, 167 Williams, Greg ... p. 181 Williams, Jimmy ... p. 184 Williams, Lana Joyce ... p. 181 Williams, Mandy ... p. 68 Williams, Mary ... p. 167 WiUiams, Jimmy ... p. 189, 197 206 Williams, Madalyn ... p. 191 Williams, Mary Lisa ... p. 181 Williams, Pamela ... p. 68 Williams, Robert ... p. 181 Williams, Scott ... p. 181 WiUiams, Sandora ... p. 59, 167 Williamson, Brenda ... p. 189 Williamson, Karen ... p. 189 Wilson, Cresent ... p. 175 Wilson, Dawn . . . p. 89, 167 Wilson, Diane . . . p. 68 Wilson, Jeff . . p. 56, 167 Wilson, Jenny .. p. 189 Wilson, Ken .. p. 74 Wilson, Krista . . p. 58, 167 Wilson, Leigh . . . p. 167, 187 Wilson, Lisa . . p. 189 Wilson, Rose .. . p. 167 Wilson, Sandra Lee . . . p . 177, 181 Winchester, Trudy ... p. 167 p. 181 Wise, Cynthia Margaret Wood, Jan ... p. 189 Wood, Steven ... p. 175 Woodhouse, Allan ... p. 82, 189 Woods, Carol ... p. 173 Woods, Jack ... p. 189 Woods, Kimberly ... p. 173 Woods, Tonjua ... p. 167 Wooters, B. Allen ... p. 189 Wooters, Susan ... p. 167 Word, Lance ... p. 33, 82, 181 Wright, Beth . . Wright, Capton Wright, Gina . . Wright, Russell Wyatt, Jeff ... p. 136, 167 Wylie, Mark ... p. 167 p. 152, 189 . . p. 167 p. 60, 89, 167 . p. 60, 187 Y,Z Yarbrough, Carla ... p. 56, 66, 175, 220 Yarbrough, Lynn ... p. 136, 189 Yarbrough, Tammy ... p. 72, 181 Yates, Meloney ... p. 173 YeldeU, Jennifer ... p. 175 Yopp, Sandy ... p. 152, 175 Young, Cindy ... p. 167 Younger, Lana ... p. 36, 181 York, Helen ... p. 175 Zeak, Julie ... p. 89, 189 Zike, Anito ... p. 189 ! M S If- •MSS mmm 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 West Jackson Baptist Church Joining together to make the difference for Christ in the Uves of students Now and for the Future Dr. John Lee Taylor: Pastor Dr. Walter Taylor: Associate Pastor George Hollander: Minister of Education Bob Brian: Minister of Music Ricky Yates: Director of Activities Sunday School 9:30 A.M., Worship 10:50 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M., Worship 7:30 P.M. Wednesday night family supper 5:00 P.M. Wednesday night Bible Study 6:15 P.M. Wednesday night Prayer Service 7:15 P.M. College Sunday School College Church Training College Choir West Deadrick at Campbell Johnson 424-1800 Store Hours: Open 8 A.M. Ciose 12 Midnight Monday through Saturday Sunday 1 to 6 P.M. l m (weMmS.. ' 4 Convenient Locations ' Hamilton Hills Shopping Center 419 E. College Madison South Shopping Plaza 139 Airways We Give S H Green Stamps VINEYARDS Flowers and Gifts 320 E. Lafayette 427-7491 American OEM Sc ROWE JEWELRY COMPAXY, IXC. DIAMOND COUNCILING Sc APPRAISALS ROYCE L. ROWE 205 E. MAIN STREET WILLIAM L. ROWE JACKSON. TENN. 38301 422-1877 hi Zb r FOOD STORES - THE STORE WITH UNION ' S STUDENTS IN MIND Oak Hill Shopping Center 15 Carriage House Dr. Jackson, TN 38301 Jackson, TN 38301 Telephone: (901) 668-8155 Telephone: (901) 668-4480 KELLY ' S Kelly ' s Foods Inc. 513 Airways Jackson, TN. 38301 Phone (901) 424-2255 " KELLY ' S FOODS WILL STEAL YOUR HEART AWAY " CHILI V Df UIDSON OPTICf L DiSPENSARy PRESCRIPTION EYEWEAR OF FINEST QUALITY AT REASONABLE COST. COMPLETE OPTICAL PRESCIPTION SERVICE IN COOPERATION WITH YOUR EYE SPECIALIST. ARTIFICIAL EYE SERVICE - CONTACT LENSES Hamilton Hills Shopping Center in Jackson 668-9491 OPEN TUESDAY Ma i SATURDAY 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM VISA HERMES SHARP A. B. DICK CO. SHAW WALKER CO. MYRTLE DESK CO. G. F. BUSINESS FURNITURE TOM LAWLER ' S, INC. OFFICE OUTFITTERS 1170 Hwy. 45 By-pass 300 EAST MAIN Jackson, Tenn. 38301 JACKSON, TENN. 38301 Office PH. (901) 668-5565 OFFICE PH. (901) 427-9661 Compliments of Malco Lanes 730 Arlington Avenue Jackson, Tenn. 38301 Calvary Baptist People Welcome Union Students, Staff and Faculty Calvary Baptist Church 119 Oil Well Road Jackson, Tennessee 38305 -J ' Just around the corner from Union. " PAUL B. CLARK Pastor DAVID STEPHAN Minister of Music Youth DUR REGULAR SERVICES SUNDAYS Sunday School 9:30 Morning Worship 10:50 Church Training 6:30 Evening Worship 7:30 WEDNESDAYS Fellowship Supper 5:15 Prayer Service 6:00 Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal 7:30 HRST BAPTIST GHUIGH Dr. R. Trevis Dtey, Pastor 1627 North Highland Avenue oodknd baptist C mk 365 WALLACE ROAD • PHONE (901) 668-5780 • JACKSON, TENNESSEE 38305 A Church in the heart of Jackson with Jackson on its heart Pastor Bob Ervin Associate Pastor Ben Wilkes Music S Youth Len Kennedy WEEKLY SCHEDULE SUNDAY (A.M.) 9:30 — Sunday School 10:50 — Worship SUNDAY (P.M.) 6:00 — Church Training 7:00 — Praise and Preaching WEDNESDAY 5:30 — Fellowship Meal 7:00 — Praise, Prayer and Preaching — OTHER MINISTRIES — • Library, Video, Cassette Tapes • Children ' s Church (Age 4-12) • Radio Ministry (WTJS) 8:00 Sun (A.M.) • Music Ministry (Graded Choirs) • Youth Ministry • Deacon Family Ministry • Family Counselling • Singles Ministry SCHOOL PORTRAIT DIVISION 68 CHARJEAN DR. • JACKSON. TN 38301 Robert Roy Area Manager 901-668-0758 ■PORTRAITS- TEAM PICTURES INDIVIDUAL PLAYERS COMBINATION PACKAGES SUMMER LEAGUES SENIOR PORTRAITS STUDENT PACKAGES CLASS GROUP PICTURES CHARMS COLLEGE PORTRAITS COMBINATION PACKAGE -YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY BLACK AND WHITE AND COLOR GLOSSIES COLOR TRANSPARENCIES SPORTS CLUBS ACTIVITIES V. -SPECIAL EVENTS- BEAUTY REVUES PROMS HOMECOMING DANCES GRADUATION PORTRAITS KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION CLASS REUNIONS ■SPECIAL PROGRAMS- -COMPOSITES- ELEMENTARY YEARBOOK PROGRAM FUND RAISING PROGRAM I.D. CARDS FILE PRINTS COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL ELEMENTARY A Warm Welcome and a Friendly Fellowship awaits you at ENGLEWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY WEDNESDAY 8:30 - Morning Worship 5:30 - Fellowship Meal 9:30 - Sunday School 6:30 - Mid-Week Worship 11:00 - Morning Worship 7:00 - Evening Worship DR. PHILIP JETT Pastor Plus the Carl Perkins " Blue Suede Shoes " Museum Your Hoppy Shopping SfOf» Our newly remodeled store now is more elegant, more convenient ... a real showcase of fashions for the family and home. JACKSON PLAZA Day or Night Phone 668-1059 hamilton hills FLORIST Hamilton Hills Shopping Center Jackson, TN., 38301 Danny Sisson AFS Z " -IgAlgt ' -! Wfestern Sizzlin STEAX HOUSE CARL F.JONES General Manager P.O. Box 3028 Jackson, TN 38303 Phone (901) 668-4944 ARA Food Services UNION Congratulations! There are very few people who make it through the ads to the Editor ' s Page. It is set aside for the editor to explain how she has grown from the experience of putting the book together. Editing the book is quite an experience, but I would like to use this space for something else. I want to dedicate it to all the people on the staff who work so hard but don ' t get a page to talk about it: Brenda Robertson: for her flexibility, sensible ways and perspective; Miriam Agee: for her dependability and the patience it took to hold us all together; Jackie Swords: for living with me and doing all the terrible jobs; Brad Douglass: for guiding us through all the sports jargon; Todd Smittt and Janice Craig: for always coming through when we needed it " yesterday, " Mrs. Betty Foellinger: for the hugs and long talks and just being yourself. It would have taken several pages for me to thank everyone, so I will stop here. Jennifer Clement fm Sf m m mm m ' iCi " ' ' , fiUi:

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