University of Georgia - Pandora Yearbook (Athens, GA)

 - Class of 1973

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L-JNCH EONS PECl -J Mori 1 9 T ul 6 , - 1 it's all right fur as i know if well, i think it needs to be cleaned up. the city and the neighborhoods, especially in the black neighborhoods. that's what i say. and the dumpsters, the dumpsters, they need to be emptied more often. i dunno, the garbage truck hasn't been around for SA reg about three weeks now in our neighborhood. i think people,sfhould,i,,,5cQ,Qe operate and work together to clean up the city "' please widen ei roads do something about the traffic signals "' do something abou 1 - ' Vil., traffic problems"' lfll i-,rk I f GIG!! I-'Yf,. . improve the parking and make the traffic move smoother "' do something I about the appearance of these build- ings downtownt 'cf:z.l..r.xi::z: W iceistorwbe in a small town "' nice place to visit and get ican't recall anything i don't like about it now 't know, it used to be kind of a slum area like building all new kinds of buildings and apart- and peopleare coming to the city "' small, itfSjtdPiff8l'Eil1t:k Q - Q ns 4 1 I If x c m. .JL wx X rf X xxx v ..- Ur- . , A Y. i's.3 V 'Q .,,3 1 N l-rv bg I! 2? 'g"p'z':yt,,'u' ,I 'i' wwlin 1 wqf , x - , ww M- . -5 2 ., f-'fjfi' .ii '.V5f35'5r51 "'fff"3e?'S'w'9:iQi?f3 fy. ,L QW? Vu,igJ, .f S f.1'svg:,f:.f,j5Q-my 642' , f ,, , X f ' f , f, 13,5 , " JJ xg ' ?1Q,.gW- 112 Sui" , 5 .f ., x ' , f 1 313 X 73 L51 , ,, - 4, , Q .1 Q 1 A:gy-imgQ9--MkgijziffK 1v,wyQz7,vm5 --:fy W' f X -65. 4 f fy . 1 0, wfg'5!:4','1i 'fffa,wi.'ff ww. f6sLfif15A..1'f'fwmfgsffgx-f,2,w,rr 'f fx Z Q , f X mx v, . 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' 1 golrs' n gp F ik' FAIRY if 12" " ' 1 s' I 50-- XF itifstmyhome town. some of the stores could use a face lift. i am 100 per cent for athens. there's no other place for me tl' they did a great job when they made the streets one way. and it is advancing. if we had a mall in athens it would be great it i just moved here from new york, and the contrast between the big city and the small town is very very great at pleasant place with friendly people. things go pretty smooth. you have a lot of things in this community you can't get other places. i enjoy the university being here 'l' it's too crowded at nothing really 3 kinda dumpy. the downtown looks lousy tt beautify it at weatherwise, in the world it's the coldest in the winter and the hottest in the summer tt i'veQb2een here on and off for six years. it's a nice place to live. the people are the school's a good school, it's kept me interested for six years, and i th?iink'that's something to say for someplace 'l' i hope i don't have to live all my lite thepeople, th ey are goooood to ya! .1 , -...:a.:w.-3, ' 1 . . . f . we ,j,Jgi.f-q W-f ,., - ,X .r - i I fl'- C 4 5'-A-. 450103, . - ' Pg' ' .,, Q -i ,-,gl Q fn T65 ?': - Q . 1 '. -u u xg, ' Q Q : 1. ' XO 0 Q thank you sharon seeman, sheery konter, mrs. thomas wilson, j. b. tillman, kathy keller, eloise hitchcock, eliza- beth ann gresham, virginia stinnett, mrs. curtis barrow, mrs. a. c. murray, ruth barnes, frances furlough, g. p. duncan, antonette arnold, pat harvey, eileen edwards, betty ann walker, mr. pulliam, howard sanders, lizzie payne, etta arnsen, bill condon, dorethy holvelt, susan miller, sarah mcdonald, mrs. webster oar, tommy harvey, jack masley, jim tranchin, and gordon lanet Q 1 1 3 Ve gr. .S H' I in Veg., f ,V WM is rf- V M - vis- - w-,g , 3 f qv, 's6.v,,N,-,-,, v' ,' , f-'ei ?9'?,.g.,,,,,m gf. , . .li 3' 1 , ., , a-. 5 -A wlu 1 . . 4- N W " .. .,,,.s , f - O 1 S 1 ,,.. as 'L 'Sw-. 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STU TCIKS MUSIC EIU STU TCYG MLBIC EIU SPEC PIODS IN EMU SPEC PROOS IN EMU RSCH SEM M15 EIU TMESIS MUS EDU RSCN NUS EIN CRIT LIT MUS EIU APP PROJ RUS EDU INTR TCMG NUSIC EDU INTR TCHG IUSIC E111 INTR TCHG RJSIC EDU ...---..---.-q---.- ---- .E .... -- ................... COURSE TITLE ENGLISH COIPOSIT en: 500 5 9.0.0. 05 Q DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY AR AR AR DAYS A A A A A A A A """""EEE" 1082- 0111 1082-0111 AR AR AR 1082- 1082- 1082- AR AR AR AR AR AR UUNINTERPP TUITH M,N,F TUnTH TUqTM AR TUATH M,H,F TUoTN Nfl TUQTH TU M,N TU,TN TU EIA 335 5.3 2.0.0. 05 05 EIA 555 2.0.0. 05 01 EIA 366 E 2.0.0. 05 AR EIA 367 Q 2.0.0. 05 AR EIA 348 IES 9.0.0. 05 AR EIA 400 -I 2.0.0. AR AR EIA 500 Q 0.0.0. AR AR EIA 113 3 2.0.0. AR AR LIBRARY EDUCATION M ISEIQIEEZIEIEEIIIEZIIEIIZIEIIODI E15 402 Z: 11-145 05 09-10 ELE 405 E 91-141 05 03-04 as 404 Ig 11-148 05 01-05 ELE 501 Q 51-149 05 05-04 ne 500 2.0.0. AR AR 51s 502 5 11-151 05 09-10 :Le 505 2 51-152 05 os-04 E15 504 Q 51-155 05 07-08 ene 100 Q 11-154 05 09-11 :Le 701 2 01-155 05 05-04 as 7020 Z3 ll-155 05 09-12 E12 111 2 51-151 05 09-10 as 901 Eg 61-ISI 05 09-10 ELE 902 Q 21-159 05 09-12 ELE 904 2 51-150 05 09-10 TU,TN A A A A A A A A A A A A A 0054 0054 NIX POLLOCK POLLOCK POLLDCK POLLOCK NI! NIX POLLOCK BLDG-ROOM -0305 -0305 0042-0022 0056 0062 -0305 -0001 0056-0305 0056-0305 0062 -0022 1060-0626 0054 0042 -0105 -0022 1060-0253 1060 0062 0056 'OZII -0002 -0305 INSTRUCTOR JETTER CAHTHON BAXLEY JETTER STAFF JETTER CAUTHON BAILEY STAFF JETTER EIOSON ROOT COOPER UNITE CAITNON SIT SITIOI SITI ENGLISH COMPOSITION nluals SUULIIIIUII "Ea:-Eseijezaesawgiijsf-"-15-1f6ff'S1v2""22 :nu 355 Q Z1-193 05 AR AR A Emu 541 Ig 11-194 05 AR AR A enu 360 2 91-195 05 AR AR A Enu 400 Q 71A196 AR AR AR A eau 500 Q 511191 AR AR AR A enu 599 ' A195 A 03 rn A EIU 930 IA199 ER AR AR A enu 960 . -zoo 5 06 DAILY A :nu 953 5 71-201 05 05 DAILY A enu 96 Q 51-202 05 AR AR A EMU 97 I 31-2 05 AR' AR A enu 97 j 11-2 05 AR AR A eau 912 Q 01-2 05 AR AR A NGIISII- s92e2s---s:ss-s9:---EEQIIEEEEEEIIEEEEIIIEEE ln. . Af 4 A' H- -v A Y," ,f'III, A ' ' VF , X4 I I -X I 'Y'-4"A : '- " 'Q ,,?- A 2 A -C ' 'W HUXN ,f A 25 ff '4 1 A - I M 5 I 43-' A ' 11. vi I ,Y Q .P 15 1 1 qi 91? I X 1' E A Z1 was 5' 7 Z' . XA f I I R51 L I ENG ENG NG 'Iris ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG O1 Ig 11-235 101 01-236 10 'I 51-235 10 41-259 10 21-21a 101 4 81 101 61 101 2 91 102 Q 11-244 102 E 91-245 I: 51-24 Q 31-26 3 11-24 102 52 51-250 102 E 31-251 102 Q 11-252 102 Q 51-254 102 Q 51-255 102 Q 41-255 102 S 21-251 102 Q 11-255 102 Q 91-159 102 S 11-251 102 Q 91-252 102 11-255 102 Q 51-254 102 Q 51-255 102 S 11-255 05 Db 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 O5 OS 05 Db 05 O5 05 D5 05 O5 05 05 05 05 O5 C6 DAILY A O6 DAILY A 07 DAILY A D7 DAILY A OT DAILY A 08 DAILY A DAILY A DAILY A DAILY A 01 DAILY A O2 DAILY A 02 DAILY A 02 DAILY A DAILY A DAILY A DAILY A 03 DAILY A 03 DAILY A 03 DAILY A 03 DAILY A 03 DAILY A 03 DAILY A 06 DAILY A 04 DAILY A 06 DAILY A 04 DAILY A 04 DAILY A 04 DAILY A 0220 P.O.H. URSE TITLE TRO TO PHY IDS OUES OF PHY IERN LOGIC ICS ICS R0 SYMBOLIC LOG STENTIALISM ICAL THEORY OF PHY HED OF PHY MODERN NAT SC II L OF HISTORY EPT READ OR PROJ EPT READ OR PROJ EPT READ OR PROJ WS THESI S STENTIALISP ICAL THEORY OF PHY MED OF PHY MODERN NAT SC II L OF HISTORY TO INAR POLIT PHY METAPHYSICS EPI DS AND RESCH PHY SIS ---PQL ......... - RSE TITLE RICAN GOVERNMENT COURSE PHY 104 PHY 104 PHY 104 PHY 104 PHY 104 PHY 104 PHY 104 PHY 104 PHY 215H PHY 258 PHY 258 PHY 258 PHY 258 PHY 258 PHY 258 PHY 258 PHY 305 PHY 305 PHY 315H PHY 368H PHY 402 PHY 405 PHY 421 PHY 422 PHY 458 PHY 493N PHY 496H PHY 49TH PHY 498H PHY 499H PHY 602 PHY 605 PHY 621 PHY 622 PHY 658 PHY 693M PHY 800 PHY 8308 PHY 8608 PHY 8808 PHY 930 CALL ua. 5 63-011 If 94-548 2 43-O12 23-013 13-074 93-075 .73-076 E: 53-077 Q P.O.n. sxron 33 53-oao 33-081 5 13-082 03-083 E 83-084 Q 63-085 S 43-086 gig 23-087 Q P.0.H. Q P.O.n. Q 14-549 3 23-ooo Q 13-O91 S 91-092 Q 73-093 E 53-094 Q P.O.H. S P.O.H. H P.O.H. P.O.H. E 14-550 Q 33-095 Q 13-096 Q O3-O91 Q 83-098 63-099 E 33-Ioo gj93'514 Q 73-515 ' P.O.O. 5 P.O-D. !Q!!I.l.GA!.iS!!!!S!- CR counse CALL NJ. POL 101 -I 34-361 15 cOn1. POL 101 E 14-362 5.5 com. D POL 101 -I-04-363 gg com. 1 POL 101 .g. 84-364 .3 corn. I POL 101 5 94-551 Q CONT. POL 101 3264-365 3 CONT. POL 101 4 44-366 3. com. POL 101 ::24-367 g. com. I POL 101 Ig 14-368 9 CONT. POL 101 5 94-369 S CONT. POL 101 S 24-370 .3 com. 'O POL 101 2-14-371 .3 com. POL 101 gi 94-372 .1 com. POL 101 2 74-373 3. conf. POL 101 gig 54-314 POL 101 Q 34-315 POL Io1 2 33-534 POL 1o1 Q 13-535 POL 101 5 03-536 POL 101 2 83-537 0 Y O PERIOD 01 02 03 04 05 06 01 08 02 . 01 02 03 05 06 07 08 02 O6 03 06 DAYS SES ELSE DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 0042 ROOM INSTRUCTOR -0220 0220 0219 0220 0105 -0220 -0105 02055 0201 -0201 -0201 -0201 -0201 -0201 -0201 -0105 -0220 -0205C -0205C STAFF BLACKSTONE NEHSOME STAFF HARRIS STAFF SEVERENS' DAUENHAUER CEBIR STAFF STAFF RLEINER RICHARDS BURTON HARRISON RICHARDS HESLEP GRANROSE BURTON SEVERENS FAR EAST POL SYS PRINS OF PUB ADMIN GOVT ORG ADH THRY CONSTITUTIONAL LAN INOEP1 READ On PROJ INDEPT READ On PROJ INDEPT PEAO On PROJ HONORS THESIS 02 01 O2 C2 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 01 02 01 02 01 02 01 02 01 02 01 02 01 C2 01 02 01 02 03 O3 03 O4 O4 nl HOHQF TUvTH HOHUF TUYTH HOHUF TU'TH n u P rO.IH M u F TU,Iu NIHIF NYU Mvulp MPH HPHYF Ryu M,H,F TUYTH n,u F ru,IH HYHYF TUYTH n,u P Tu,IH HoHvF TUvTH F ?dO DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY 1-.An v A A A A A A 'A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR An AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR PARTHEMOS PAa1HenOs PARTHEHOS PARTHEHOS PARTHEMOS PARTHEHOS PARTHEMOS PARYHEMOS PARTHEMOS PARTHEHOS PARTHEHOS PARTHEMOS PARTHEMOS PARTHEHOS STAFF STAFF AR AR AR AR POL PHY H TO NIET AMER PO RTIES LEGISLA PROCESS STATE G VERNM INT LEGAL PRO FOREIGN POLIC COMMUNI L SYS POL OF .ENCE FAR SYS PRI PUB ADMI PUB IN ADPIN GOVT ORG ADM THRY CONSTI TUT I UQAL L B p0L u:c:Anru nccvnu POL SUPR COMP SER POL PROD PUDL PRO8 THES EEGEf PROV COUR INTR COP! POUL EMBR PARA POULTRY SCI SEMINAR PRO8 POULTRY SCI PRO LTRY PRO LTRY S RESE AND T COURSE TITLE ------l?------l-- ELEM PS LOGY GENERAL PSY HONORS PSY OF ADJUSTMENT SPECIAL PROBLEFS EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHO BI OLOO P Ouws BEHAV POL POL POL POL POL POL POL POL POL POL POL POL POL POL P P P POL POL POL PDL Dfll 439 441 446 484 496H 49TH 498H 499H 602 610 614 618 622 625 32 37 639 641 643 646 684 Q67 83-568 63-569 03-570 83-571 P.O.H. P.O.H. P.O.H. 63-572 43-573 23-514 13-575 93-576 73-577 53-518 33-579 T3-580 53-581 33-582 13-583 03-584 l1-Gn: 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 D5 D5 05 A: 03 02 05 04 AR AR AR AR oz AR AR AR 07 04 O5 03 03 AR AR AR 04 PS 810 PS 851 PS PS PS PSYCHO PSY PSY Y Y Y PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY 93-108 73-109 13-110 93-111 T3A112 l0GY SE Pj! Iox II 11 101 101 101 101 101 101 103H 1031+ 25a 258 25a 258 258 3oo 322 322 330 n H O u O J o C ND - 3 33-114 13-115 03-116 83-117 63-118 43-119 P.O.H. P.O.H. 43-122 23-123 13-124 93-125 73-126 P.0.D. 33-128 13-129 53-130 01 05 D5 05 AR CR Q W -. JZ 08 AR AR AR AR J FEEI55 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 AR 05 05 05 01 03 C4 05 06 07 OB 03 06 01 02 C4 07 C8 Ig AR 03 07 05 DAILY DAILY 'DAILY DAILY AR. AR AR AR DAILY AR AR AR DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY AR AR AR AR Iu.rn AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR AR DAYS AR DAYS HIF M DAILY DAILY HYHUF TU,TH H,TU,TH H,F TH AR AR AR AR '5Z9E" DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY AR DAILY DAILY DAILY 5 927 A II H AF HIS 30 'I IEL ST SY C AG 5 I NENT 415 -IS MGT PGI B NCE B FURN LAB LAB N C Ov OY CY 141566601 az-010 04 0A11v A 0062-0305 suc111Ev JIU, .luunnnuam HIS 67lP 62-079 04 DAILY A 0002'0242 00020 EE5EEE'?T?IE "" """'E5GEEE"'EZII'i5 H15 0195 02-056 06 DAILY A 0062-0303 0ANscH0u """ """ "" "" """"""""' " HIS 680P B2-O81 08 DAILY A D053-0113A HEGGOY H555 Cgng gukygy JQL 101 12-152 HIS e11F 62-082 01-09 TU A 0053-0102 LAND R 1 F 0000 SKILLS JRL 115 9.0.0. HIS 8121 42-093 07-09 H A 0053-0308 BONE' MASS conn PHILOSDPH 301 203 72-154 HIS 514C 22-084 O7-O9 TU A 0053-0308 HYNES ghss Conn HRITING JRL 209 p'0-D. H15 0155 12-O65 01-00 TH A 0053-0102 Honrconenv CONT' HIS 019m 92-O86 AR AR A D053-AR STAFF JRL 201 Pg8g?j HIS 8321 72-087 O7-D9 TH A 0053-0308 MURDOCH ggD10-1y ANNOUNCING JRL 215 12-157 H15 839P 52-oss 01-09 M A 0053-0306 PIPER News ,011 REP, JRL 200 02-150 H15 0441 32-069 01-09 w A 0053-0102 BERRIGAN CONT' HIS 0501 12-000 01-00 TH A 0053-0310 MAMATEY JRL 260 8f5Q?? HIS 050m 52-091 AR AR A 0053-AR STAFF JRL 200 12-100 H15 0030 32-002 01-00 w A 0054-0315 aonwen CONT' H15 030 1ZA093 AR AR A 0053-AR STAFF JRL 260 Of0L?f HIS 995A 02-004 AR AR A 0053-AR STAFF JRL 260 82-192 HIS 9050 az-0 HOUSING 81 '5055E?f"EEEEQE H66 115 62-O HMG 175 42'W H06 115 22-W H06 301 12-O' HMG 302 82-U Hue 303 62-1 H00 343 42-1 H66 343 22-1 HAS 343 12-1 HMC 3431 10201 HMG 3431 11201 Hue 3431 15201 HMG 3431 13281 HMG 364 I2-I HMG 364 .'52-1 HMG 368 32-1 H00 360 02-1 HHL 360 11281 006 3691 13384 H00 3691 18281 Han 3691 62-1 Hue 3691 11304 HMG 376 Q2-I Hua 316 22-1 Ano 311 12-1 Ano 416 02-1 Ano 547 22-1 can HMC 511 I2-I Hun 5111 515404 Hn6 616 02-1 H06 747 12-1 cow H06 111 52-I HMG 1111 13404 Ano 860 32-I con Hnc 001 12-126 HMG 901 02-127 Ano 002 02-120 HA6 903 62-120 HMG 921 02-130 HA6 030 e2A131 IIOIITICUIIUIIE 10un5f'--1A11-A5I---- Hon 300 62-132 Hoa 363 R2-133 CONT. Hon 405 235:00 Hon 401 12A135 Hoa 608 92AI36 C5 AR AR AR AR AR PERIOD DAILY A AR A AR A AR A AR A AR A 'BRQE' "" EEE'- O2 O6 O6-O7 04 O4-O5 AR AR DAILY A H,TU6HvF A TH H,H,TH,F A ru AR A AR A MIZE STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF INSTRUCTOR 1010-0206 1010-AR 1010-AR 1010-AR 1010-AR 1010-AR PPHINTEROO BLDG-ROOM 1061-1203 132631505 132611505 1061-AR 1061-AR COUVILLDN STAFF NATARELLA STAFF STAFF PROGRAH ANAL PLAN RADIO-TV ADVT TV PRODUCIM3 CINEMATOGRAPHY BUS INDUST PUBS PR ADMIN PR COMF MOTION PIC PROD INDUSTRIAL ADVT PUBLIC OPINION RPTG PUBLIC AFFAIRS REPT THEORIES OF FILM FUND TV DIRECTING JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL JRL 582 586 585 586 590 591 591 592 592 592 596 598 640 660 660 692 143 42-200 22-201 12-202 P.O.D. 72-206 14-538 52-205 32-206 12-207 02-208 82-209 12-210 02-211 82-212 62-213 42-214 22-215 PERIOD 03 Ol-O2 02 O2 O2-O3 O3 O2-03 O2-03 02 01-O2 C3 O2-O3 83-64 05 O4-O5 81-66 01-O2 O3-O4 O5-O6 O7-O8 O2 O2-O3 82-65 85-63 O3 G2-03 CA O4-05 C5 05-O6 07 O7-O8 05 C3 O5 O7-O9 C5 AR AR AR AR C4-C5 07-O8 O6-O5 AR C8-O9 04 O2 04 O7 02 04 O2 05 O1 O7 O2 01 O3 O7-O8 O7-O8 01-D2 O4 D2 05 03 07 07 D6-07 05 05 03 O5 05 Ok-05 'BEDS DAILY DAILY DAILY H TUvTH H H,F DAILY H,H TUnIH M1H TU.TH U TU'TH MvH IU1IH MVN 1U,TH HvH DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY TUvTH HTH M,H IU,TH H M110 H TH,F H M,TU H TH,F M . 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NN, . 5? f 55 , 'qQ""'-sw, " 1, N7 .H V , . gf, -4 VN? Q 1 x 1. fvj may -': 3: 5 1 Qin N . v . ahh ' u ' if 5 'f i x ,Q 4 DEAF: EECI-BB-31-37 PANDORA looks at W UE UEIH I Z If , I f l W W sm W M WE ' M fLwEu3rMSs lm mm 9 ffl ff I ff I ,1 ff I f f W W W gmagmgmggfff fl lffff ,, 4 Q X cf NN YES wbgjlgj Y 4 Fhv y ndhced X1 ,Q how -the rivalry Q' seemse-Lzgrow gi f ffm. xx! T 7 ' x I 1 llllll if ll lllfgff muf 111175, ,lf,? , XV 4, ,fy Vf , MW if b ,,f1 dz I X ' ' I N A M ' X x is Y I I, f M f! XA!! !1fflff,fmff f,j W ll , Q ff! , W X ,W , ,, ,,,, , F 2 X ,W Ill! 1141 X I f 1 XV "' 'f ff ' A I x i t e ou X i UPUEMQJUBI UUE ll "The Board of Student Communications publicly ex- editor Carol Roberts presses its disappointment in the judgement of the edi- tor which permitted the publication of the editorial car- toon in the December 1, 1972 issue of the Red and Black. The cartoon was offensive to a large segment of the Red and Black readers and devoid of any editorial merit." Ellj HEI Q THE ALTERNATIVE THE ALTERNATIVE THE ALTERNATIVE THE ALTERNATIVE THE ALTERNA 2 2 EIAILVNIIHITV EIHL FIAILVNIIEILTV HHL EIAILVNLIEILTV HHI. EIAILVNIIEILTV HHL HAILVNIIHLTV 53 H 5 ?????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????? mmmmvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvmv vvmvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvmvvmvv 777??????'l7??7??????7?????7???7 ?7????7?77???????7?7???7?7????? 777777777777777?7??7??7????7??? 7777777777777?????????77??????7 "l'm Frazier Moore, editor of lmpression, the University campus magazine. For the past couple of weeks you've been hearing me talk about how badly we need your contributions for Impression, and how if we don't get them, how impression may die. Well, some of you responded to our plea and contributions have been coming in, but we haven't got enough." "You know, l've heard every excuse in the book tor not sharing creative product with impression, but the time for excuses is over. We on the magazine think we shouldn't be reduced to soliciting your contributions as a charity might beg for money. We think it's time you realize that impression is unique. Impression is youg what you are producing and sharing with us. That's what impression is and if lm- pression dies, suddenly this campus just won't have an outlet exclusively devoted to you and the creative bag you're into." "lf you think a publication concerned with the creative expression of ideas is important for this campus, then it is your responsibility to support it. Bring your contributions to our office in Memorial Hall. Bring everything you've got because we want to see what you're doing. And if you ofthe creative community come through, Impression will continue to let the campus see what you are doing." "Remember, you are the Impression, and the future of the Impression is in your hands." broadcast over WUOG FM February 15 1 S , J"-'x . S -..--.1 . 'v . -- lx-.-.gi-...1:.:.:..:.: '- . - I . - . . .'.'.'. .-.-.-1-1-.'I'I'2 ' - .. .- ........ . -'.'.'.'.' ' ' .. - .- v v 1 -.. 1 '.'. mi' 1 '. . f - :-J-'-' ' '. . . .'.'.'-'.'. - . . . - Q u . . - . . , . 1 4 - . - . . . . . - . .v - .Un . . . . '.- . . . .'.. . . '- . Q .u . n -- - ...hs . ...', . - u . .-' up -'.'. . . . . nu. .:.3:5.-.-..:-:-:-:-:- .I 1-'.....'-.... . .- .'.'.'. . . . . . an ... . .. . -. -. . I- .....5.. v.'.'. .l.l-0 I . . J.: . ..'. 1 .. . IQPHESSIO E56 I A FAlRY'S TALE nce upon a time, in a land tar, far away, a very important king lived in a white castle on top of a big hill. A few years before our story begins, the subjects of this kingdom grew discontent with the ruler. They began to revolt and there was much confusion in the land. Finally, the king decided that the best way to handle the problem was to let the subjects govern themselves. The king did not want the people to have all the power so his advisors suggested that he only let the people think they had power. Thus a decree went out into the countryside, establishing a senate of about eighty people, who were to be elected in the spring of every year. Over the years, many peo- ple ran for the senate, and several people belonged to it for many years. These people began to really believe they were powerful and so they began to play petty politics with their power. This brings us up to the story ofthe decline of the imagined pow- ers, that I will now tell you. One day, not too long ago, the senate met for the purpose of allocating funds to the various organizations that had sprung up in the land. Some senators were angry at the people who ran some of these organizations because of their political affiliations. For this reason, they decided to take a great deal of money from one such group, known as the Box, which published a book once a year. The senate felt that the Box was not representative of the people, although it was more popular than the senate itself. They also voted to take money from other publica- tions. Now some people got upset about the whole affair, but the majority of the sub- jects just watched and laughed at the whole silly thing. Meanwhile, the king also watched with close interest. He became angry when the senate cut money from his favorite publications so he decided it was time to take action. He immediately told the senate that they could no longer assign money, that he would do it himself. Some leaders in the senate were noticeably upset because without that power, all they could do at their meetings was have drunken orgies, which was not too bad, but they longed for more. All through the summer and into the fall the members of the senate yelled that their power was gone and that the rest of the people had no representa- tion. But the cries fell on deaf ears. After a few weeks the populace went back to their business and ignored the senate. The king sat in his castle and gave money out as he desired. Finally, to appease the hurt feelings of the senate, he decided to create a committee to assign funds. The committee consisted of two ordinary citizens of the kingdom, and a number of the king's advisors. These people carried out the wishes of the king, because if they did not, he would have them beheaded. To this day, the sen- ators still scream that they have been wronged, but they regained no power, and no one else seems to care. Every day one can see thousands of the kingdom's subjects going about their appointed business, and living happily ever after. Any similarities to persons, living or dead, or to circumstances, real or imaginary, is purely intentional. ' s 1 1, I ,IN I gIgI.I,'."' .,,.I , I I I fy., .X QZYXKQQ- :ff igfhfi-' I - ,v.' 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H Q- Q gl S nceptofthereferefi, EQ:-Q-,950 dent opinion onlthw , Lg 3 ' 5 Q Q H E+ .fs-m.vw91es'."'lg IJ 8 Q- ' gg gs Ui 15 vu- --.zu L- .gl 1 -Q ,, gp!! 3 gl E C ora sAudl1or checks Pa nd Jtat A Y think than mandatory as it now is'. lt le is Siu tc :rs Y s a o :- . n ' ltisnot fearsogli aw 1 'Hg is d be ug . -nqr 1- I ,ummm Slight. The L to C t0yl'41y.X9l2ll Wee P. :shed ff U :. if they .avnoksfev 1? '1l!K- ensor -thshwm umm .-': -jf. Qcjllrmg dalq S -. 5 - 0 Igffmy HANJDVQ Q gg- 3 ' Tbwk win' C T2'2liS?'S2m -Q-Zeasil' U 5' U JSLHC :1 'H 'S spaa J '-o Q. on o o lv :- QV! CD - - xulql " X W ' I 5 S a5LLeast 13,600 of youl, ge' out t - X Ah - Q -Zfrgmxsnfg will be asked whelh PANDORA REFERENDUM RESULTS What year are you in school? 5. al freshman -425 by sophomore - 493 cb iunior - 763 dl senior - 604 el graduate - 335 fl law, pharmacy, vet. med. - 145 6. gl irregular - 14 How do you think ThelPandora should be funded? ab by Student Activity Fee as it is now - 1053 bb by voluntary subscription - 975 cl by a combination of a 8 b above - 619 7. dj other - 45 If The Pandora went to a subscription basis, how much would you willing to pay for a subscription? ab Don't want a yearbook - 644 bl S1.00to 33.75 - 461 cl 63.75 to 85.00 - 622 dl 35.00 to 87.50 - 582 eh 37.5010 310.00 - 311 fb more than 810.00 - 37 8. In The Pandora, I would like to see: - 52, same - 630, more - 67, same - 977, more - 619, same - 977, more - 399 Sports - 812, same - 883, more - 224 Organizations - 407, same - 783, more - 753 Class Pictures - 1282 Color - 1539 Candid Pictures al less bl less cl less dl less eb less fl I see no need for any yearbook - 405 Do you think an individual dress code should be enforced for M Pandora class picture? al yes -439 by no - 1844 cb don't care -329 Should the editor of The Pandora have the final word on editorial policy? al yes - 1069 bl no - 1096 cj don't care -403 What should The Pandora be? ab a pictorial essay lno writing, just pictures both candid and posed throughout the bookh - 273 bl it should reflect the actual happenings and events of the re- spective academic year - 1931 cl only pictures of organizations who wish to appear in the book - 15 dl I don't think there is any need fora yearbook, it should cease publishing - 322 Regarding The Pandora: ab I want the yearbook to change drastically in outlook and appeal from the former books - 675 bb The yearbook has been relevant to this student body and I like its looks - 1090 cb The Pandora isn't needed at the University of Georgia, I want it eliminated - 316 dl Other - 216 59g - From Naivete to Senility DEAN me On September 15, 1920, I registered as a naive freshman at the Uni- versity, and fifty-one years later, on lune 30, 1971, I retired as Dean of Men because at sixty-seven the laws of Georgia made me "guilty of statutory senility." However, even though retired, I "ain't" dead, and I am still having a good time on the University campus. Why as a student did you choose to come to the University? And I will answer briefly why I came. I had known quite well six college grad- uates: two teachers, from Dahlonega and Young Harris, my grandmoth- er, from Asheville Female College in 1873, my mother from LaGrange College in 1893, and two kinsmen, Luke Tate and Howard Tate, from the University of Georgia. My mother wanted me to go to Emory, because students at Emory didn't drink, whereas the Georgia boys drank from daylight to dark, seven days a week, according to several Methodist ministers. Generally speaking, we mountaineers don't have to go to college to learn to drink. 9 O I went to Fairmount High School, then to the Georgia Military Acade- my, being the first honor graduate in 1920. In a vague way, I was wav- ering between my mother's wishes that I go to Emory and my wishes to go to Georgia. I went out to Grant Field to see Georgia and Tech play baseball, and Thomas Philpot, later a fraternity brother of mine, pitched a no-hit game. l had bet my desserts for the rest of the year with a Tech prospect, and in the joking and wisecracking about my get- ting two desserts for the rest of the year, I became a Bulldog adherent. My grandmother was rather hardheaded, a characteristic that has dis- appeared in the family, and she firmly decided that my mother shouldn't choose my college. "After all, William is the one who is going, and it is up to him whether he drinks or not." What have been the changes in these fifty-one years? me Pandora has asked me to write about them, but instead of a book as the auto- biography of my education, I am limited to four pages. First, the numbers have increased. The preceding year to my en- trance, Chancellor Barrow had put on a freshman cap, a traditional arti- cle which has disappeared, to celebrate our having registered over one thousand students. However, some of these were "rehabs," veterans wounded in World War I, who had been given a year of college, here at Georgia special programs in agriculture and business. In September 1920, we registered 1,024 students, the first time we had on this cam- pus over one thousand regular students. Second, this increase in number has been steady, until today we have about twenty-two thousand students on the campus. Quite logical- ly with the increase in numbers has come an increase in faculty and equipment. Roughly speaking, there are about two thousand members of the faculty and over one thousand staff members. When I was in col- lege I could have identified every faculty member except a few on Ag Hill. Also I could have handed the correct diploma, I think by sight to every member of the one hundred fifty-eight who graduated with'me. 6 EE Then we had a tradition that we should speak to everybody as we passed, and the expression "Hi, fellows!" was quite customary. There was also a red and black sticker that was quite prominent in different sizes, "A Georgia man'needs no introduction." l put larger ones on my trunk and suitcase, smaller ones on several of my books. Some twenty years ago, one of the service clubs decided to sponsor the policy, that everyone walking the sidewalk to Old College and the Arch would speak to everyone who passed. This failed, an impossibility today in the throngs between classes. Only last week, as l was thinking of this arti- cle, l watched some students come and go near Memorial Hall, near the Law School, and at the Arch, and there were no nods and salutations. A more populous campus, like our crowded cities too, has simply meant that we pass each other, almost like ships in the darkness. During my undergraduate days, the Arch, the Academic Building, and the Old College were the center of student life, except for the growing enrollment on Ag Hill. Of my first twelve subjects, six each year, eleven were in the Academic Building, and Physics 20 was nearby in Moore 62 College, where the Engineering School was. Today there isn't a single academic course offered in the Academic Building. Student traffic has shifted away from the North Campus to the cross-roads at the Book Store,MemoriaI Hall, and the Bridge. When a military unit was on the campus in World War I, there was a wooden YMCA building just by Denmark Dining Hall, and l later was Chairman of the Freshman Committee. This idea grew into the Student Union, now housed in Memorial Hall, itself a testimonial to those who died in France. With our larger student body, with activities scattered all over the campus, with many commuting from apartments or nearby towns, the University desperately needs a modern Student Union, may- be costing twenty million. I would like to see a three-tier parking lot at Stegeman Hall, with the Student Union built above this parking lot, lev- eled with the two hills, with a crosswalk from one hill to the other, along the side of the union building, far above the bridge, with a walk- way also from the Student Union building across Lumpkin high above the street to Russell Hall. This must come! F L 'S?71vpC ' , I shdlok '41 Us U Megaman , , - , af, In ORG en S3 of fsee RADIC bring in receive l free dollar when PK 9 nel-4 . ? . , '11, -oo' Flrsf ex ' . W. Sr ' Pe-.,n fsupporung lhe 'famine A O l'94-:OPEN los nf cond. I 'Tl k " Cmpiz f -W ll, - ' S "W I GS Afh 'dar 0 1 I - 9 ' ci' 9 ' S l BY TERRYF pr R ' Q I R 'WNER or egisr ' 1 I' imo .,... "Uwe - r wh. 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Winn ggi vtawbxesdxi an xu..W'm'l name, aqolhllorbew- ein' ' 1,7 it Ystoqrdake sw xx angvedeorglff .her of com., foo? lq,,:I1,q"'e ov 'Evgen gp 19, egfdime Gm , ,ci "' 'br nf' 4, ,L 'Z ,li acfwggsmed Lo' 010-line Georgia politi - " H' .eww r' P-' - ,, . 'f ' D oc at and the ef mh5g'h:Y ww, ' ki. - I 'Tm' aahrrnxsxrahlfiaenu have F0 Trxeaxl samL'5i,f-fQa1Gw the Deriv ""1 Fowler S 'W' esidw' N' some Wu ' gcndefmc V " established if 'el-nde'm and senau Pr Commmee me middle of me hw. S" ' ,ms W resign from W gydef w uocalitlhif smdw' A G f -.Y ,Q ,. ' ,, ' .2'5?'rff w 'H CHI O - ' if' 1- f' ALP Q rr he 1 ' fel its Wh ' ' 9 U r ,,0r5mx, o s rushing P yy 'You reno!-dl --But I h Wouuhsa -d Ms, A normax Xbout 1300 U ' ' ' thered mul: ,v, sax . emolhers me , nlversrty students have b ' 1 - - . e so K WMTQ Alford' who fiamgs may hous hexped move ut veek and last m fmtemn and so I een rnvo ved :hrs sorority houses. Of the more than I5 rm ard 1 1 1 , . Y ront ru 000 u 4 NGRAM my trowmy Tux, as me washboafd emu dtwxrylg-,N Mata tiegirpvnp characterized by 3 more informal approaygh Sh, thrs Year enrolled al the University last week ahoug nd 'M 1 y , -re ere eoengagem. 5 y , V . ere,H 0 e. , one - u SUE -- -- mll'0duc . Z-.-1 ruSh, --.:..:r?. :.- mmf. umm- who ronlm r ' of Coeds' dressed mfonnauy, Walt f-Of 3 bus IJ take Z?1pCilCrLerir:0 Jom one of the 27 fraternities and lx In these fifty years, 1920 to 1971, the cost of everything has gone up. I paid 340.00 tuition in September for the entire year, and in 1920 for the first time we had a student activities fee of 314.00 to cover admission to athletic games, a copy of the Pandora, and a subscription to the Red and Black and to the Georgia Cracker, our humorous maga- zine Table board at Denmark Dining Hall was 316.00 a month or 3144.00 lor three meals for the entire nine months. Room rent in the three campus dorms for men t0ld College, New College, and Candler Halll was S4 00 a month or S3600 a year. Adding these up, I paid a total ol 3234.00 for my nine months! I need not tell a student today that these fees have gone up. We registered once a year in September for three classes that mel Monday Wednesday-Friday, then another three classes that met Tues- day -Thursday -Saturday, and we attended these six classes for the entire year, getting grades every three months, but one final course grade in lune, Virtually everybody came in September, and you rarely had any changes from the professor who started off with you in September. This meant an inflexibility but it also meant repeated 'contacts with the stu dents and teachers. Twice a week in my freshman year and in my sophomore year l went to the Old Chapel with about two hundred members of my class. We lis- tened to, once a week as a junior and senior, to Chancellor David Bar- row and Dean Charles Snelling. If I missed more than one Chapel, l had to pay 32.00 for each absence to purchase new books at the library. At that time I thought Chapel was a waste of time, even though we all loved Chancellor Barrow, but we did see our classmates, and we did hear announcements, and we did have some songs, a Bible reading, and a little talk by Chancellor Barrow. When Abbit Nix, a prominent Athens attorney who once ran for gov! ernor, was in college, he was President of Student Government. It was dropped during World War l. I remember speakers in my freshman classes urging us to vote for its re-establishment, then later I was Presi dent of the Student Council, 1924-1925, when we handled discipline, especially cheating and drinking, and generally advised with Chancellor Barrow and Dean Snelling about many things, including funds. Two years later the Student Council recommended the abolishment of Stu- dent Government and voted not to hold an election for its successor, this coming in the spring of 1927, if l can remember correctly. Htl? Yes, the University is bigger, not only with its twenty thousand stu dents but with the hundreds of others who visit this campus for many purposes, including athletic games in our Stadium and Coliseum and conferences in the Georgia Center. With bigness there has come an anonymity and an impersonalness. The emphasis has shifted from un- dergraduate teaching to state services, research, publications, growth in the graduate and professional schools. As a policy, the University of Georgia in Athens is limiting its under graduate enrollment, is emphasizing professional and graduate work. Certainly standards for student admissions have been raised, and the Honors Program is a respected addition to the campus. Athletics have probably changed very little, except that there are now formal scholar' ships to players when much of this subsidizing formerly was handled "under the table." In the opinion of many people, a state university is ' Naf. D. '--'ig' D 4' .dl ...MMI ' J2 ...Q kfqrn. A s' ., 1. , 1'1" . , ig:- closely tied to the citizenry that supports it. For a long number of years the University has grown in undergraduate enrollment and in its con- tacts with families,,with legislators, with sport fans, with alumni, and with prominent citizens. With the emphasis away from undergraduate instruction and loyalties, will there come a day when a loss of these ties be felt? Even with fifty years on the University campus I cannot visualize ful ly the University's future. To use an analogy of World War ll, when the clouds over our sister nations of our Western Culture, especially the one that gave us our tradition and language, an expression was given to the world "There will always be an England." And so to close by saying, "There will also be a Georgia," and there will be undergraduates and alumni who love a campus in Athens, now ready to begin its second century. WE -- 1972 International Gift Bazaar VY! - - rg Jill ! I wilt K II 'li 112-Q fra f 'z- 5? da if 31' fr fkmimf W -1. f--4, f.42!lDKIv--" I! 4 . I uv ug: A 1, ,., I Q 's 'H ,f 9 gxvbx 'A I ww. l 5 4, ,- .. N. ,I-, 'I wi N ati Q A j 1 I was I "2" 1 fix 11 'I 'YS law fx 'Dv 1 fl - --7, " .O 1 I -,,-f.f K f 1 off' X a P WF - 0 49 Q 1 n 5' fi' l f . X OX 1 l'1" U ,-' TN XA ,xv .- f", ,X . 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Women's Liberation . . . Women's Liberation 7 2' ,,,,,,sQ ' ' gif' gf 3 Mfg 'ix , i?4'fL'Lk5 nmen's Liberation . . . Women's Liberation . . . Women's Liberation . . r ALLEN-ENfARE CREATED EQUAL "lVlr. President, the magnitude of the evil of sex discrimination is plain. It cannot be denied. Nor can it be denied that the best way to remedy this blight on the American dream is by a constitutional amendment. lt is time to resolve that the women of this country shall no longer be subject to second- class citizenship. lt is time to resolve that they, like their fathers, husbands, and sons, and every American, are first-class citizens of this great Nation." ALL PEOPLE ARE CREATED EQUAL ref' C 0 N 1 i l E q . ",,PXs x. """'M """'- W .L...l.. ' , , f I :ff - ,' . ' ..,:x'1.' " Q Q V 'H ' 'v W, 'gf I V I li, , ,, V . f" ' at A ' Q, Q f . , sa V , f ' ' ,tffxggs '. "The goal is to insure that the Federal Government, the State governments, and ical governments treat each person, male, and female, on the basis of his or her in- ividual abilities and characteristics - and not on the basis of arbitrary sexual ster- otypes as is now all too often the case. The principle on which the amendment is ased is one on which we should all be able to agree: a person's sex should not be a ictor in determining one's rights under the law." ,gal ,7 ye, AW ffl 9 ,-g-u-1' vii'-Lbfl. ..g. v , p A V -Willie, f-'NB 1,-v J-jg 'J f .U . -9- na., all quotes are from the congressional record of friday march 17 1972 E 100 fx r 57 , ,:i.1A4:t, ,j?',ix 1 I Fix x '. V il 2 x Vi' gy I J y 5-gag 44,-,kwin yy g vrf 'ax nu t quam 4' v MT - xl- ,SE . RN I gf X j L ,V 21 I 't. IQ 1 A . ,gi -4 ' - Q D A, A 'x A , , J sf 5 ?i ' if -,' -.L gn I . Q4 . 1 I I f h 'V .! ,I T 1 ' 1 5 Qu X I l 'J X' 4 2 kjgf? 5 i M' -- , Q 3 xjiif' ' 7,9 Lili! x . y ," 'mlgr l' ad 5 W ' 1 v'W' ' f'v' ,ml ,xg wi if i'2 ?'U ri- if "Ax B! THLETIC DEPT .V..... FEELING CROWOEO? TRY ZERO POPULATION GROWTH ZPG recommends that the United States start now to stabilize its population, and that it set the year 1990 as the target date for achieving zero population growth. Reaching this goal would mean that the United States would have a final size of under 230 million people, only 102, larger than it is today. Although the Ameri- can birth rate has slightly declined - the so- called "baby bust" - the United States con- tinues to grow at the rate of 2 million people each year. If current growth trends continue, the population will be almost 352, larger, or 280 million by the year 2000. Such growth would further aggravate our already serious social, environmental, and resource problems O 7 3 new i . - problems which can never be adequately or permanently solved until this country has no further growth in population. But growth is not inevitable, if we start now to come to grips with the problem. A zoo, Los Amos, cm.. Q CONTROL POPULATION POLLUTION K, -R my it W .. Stabilizing the United States population will require determined efforts in a number of areas, for the causes of population growth are complex. To this end ZPG advocates: C15 The United States adopt as a paramount national goal the achievement ofzero population growth by the year 1990, C25 A massive education campaign be undertaken to inform every citizen of the need for stabilizing our population and ways in which this goal might be ac- complished, C35 Each couple be strongly urged to limit its reproduction to zero, one, or two children, C45 All forms of birth control be made available to every member of our society, C55 Government support for birth control research be greatly increased, C65 Pronatalist pressures in our society, such as in advertising and taxation, be removed, C75 Current ef- forts to achieve equality for women be expanded to ensure meaningful job and educational opportunities as alternatives to the traditional role of child-bearing, and C85 The effects of population growth on our air, water, soil, and resources be minimized - by reducing per capita consumption, increasing recycling, and developing processes for industry which are ecologically sound. Efforts to stabilize the United States population must not discriminate against the economically deprived or against any racial or religious minority. ZPG opposes compulsory birth control and emphasizes that only voluntary methods are humane and realistic. 103 E f Art Sculpture By Georg Colbe 105 E Etching Prints By James Ensor 30 H Photographs By Margaret Bourke-White M g 1 ' T University Theater Production of "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" - :SJ '13 25 -- it ,rx - Af , ' . ...I . N, i s . AMY I "QPU I QI Z: f , , Wigs, , T T WWW. ,lm eww T A l ' 1 T - if , ggi-new rrre '3 , ' A K 'J FV, " th'a:,,i1 Q41 i K3 it - if f K " 4 University Theater Production of "The Queen and the Rebels" b w 110 Eau.: 3 Concert Dance Group Ill M At The Visual Arts Gallery X I X .5 l ' ,'ff?fi" Q i x X l X fl, X icholson FE' 1 .-- QW, N ,I K 'L , lf sk xi! N. :ii i iqxx Evil -J l iyil' xjx.' 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A . . .,..,... . , .4 NZM, uf ,. .. .I U,-, ',. . i, .gV'f.fJ. ,. , Xxfix 922'-4' ' '. 5' The 1972 football season began when Beano Cook of ABC-TV painted a rosy pic- ture, picking the tenth Dooley edition to win the National Championship. Even SPORTS ILLUSTRATED had the Dogs in the nation's top ten. But from there on, it was all down hill. Prognosticators predicted the Dogs would bury the Baylor Bears in a mound of rubble before sending them limping back to Texas. But a Bear is a match fora Bulldog anyday, as Georgia came to realize more than once. The Dogs won 24-14, but the little publicized Baylor team beat Georgia everywhere except on the scoreboard. When the Bears left Bulldog Country, they left with respect. q qesn,s . f f ln a regionally televised game, the visiting Bulldogs were embarrassed when the Green Wave of Tulane submerged the Dogs in a 24-13 upset. Dr, Nethercut, the Georgia astrologer in residence, predicted the Tulane win. As he predicted. the second half was chaotic, characterized by fumbles and interceptions. The Green- ies dealt a double blow by knocking Andy Johnson out of play. lronically, the former doormat of the S EC. revenged one of the traditional football powerhouses. ln one of the few offensive shows of the season, the Dogs bounced back with an exciting 28-22 victory over the Wolfpack of North Carolina State. Although start- ing quarterback Andy lohnson did not play, reserve quarterback lames Ray came through with one of his best performances of the season. Unfortunately, the taste of victory only lasted one week. With a 2-1 record under their collars, the Bulldogs had the task of facing nation- ally ranked Alabama in the opening conference game. The Bear was coming to town again, The last time the Tide played between the hedges was in 1965, when the now-famous flea flicker pass produced an 18-17 Bulldog victory. But history wasn't out to repeat itself, Bear Bryant's commandoes racked up a 25-7 victory before a capacity Sanford Stadium crowd, Losing to Alabama was no shame, as the Elephants Iumbered on to claim the S.E.C. Championship and a bid for the Cotton Bowl. Georgia moved into lohnny Reb country to take the Ole Miss team to task. lt was a victory that almost wasn't for the Dogs. Billy Kinards men piled up a 13-O advantage. Undaunted in spirit, the Dogs pulled off an incredible 14-13 upset. NORTH CAROLINA STATE 22 GEORGIA 28 ALABANIA GEORGIA M32 5 'I 'J .4 'L .AA rf 1 ln a game that was about as exciting as watching wet paint dry, the Dogs downed the Vanderbilt Commodores 28-3. The only excitement ot the afternoon was the halftime ceremonies when the homecoming queen was crowned, and a tormer Bulldog coach unveiled his own portrait. The lack-luster ol the Vandy game prevailed once again in Lexington, Kentucky as the Dogs spoiled the Wildcats homecoming with an unimpressive 13-7 win. The hero ot the alternoon was Kim Braswell, as he kicked two tield goals to give the Dogs their margin ol victory I u 1 w 1 W vw, ., M.. , , 'Y if I ,uhh ou: Mass 13 GEORGIA 14 VANDERBHJ 3 1 ,. 7' , if GEORGIA 24 x , 'RQ -- ' xi" 4, K' 1 H lr E' Hx f "'3fi,f,, " Q "W ' 'Y . 'Q F' 5 "' f ', 1 nj"-w .-'4 :gm , W tt yl! In N, . . xv' i, -. ., . W N lxvxlugd, L !'!' . Y , fa V M, . . . ,Q A Y x 1 . ,VI I f -Qwiiswiv Z I Q -ww 0. ' 1 my V V' gg -'H 1 H. ,AQ 3, , X Q i," I F n, X' 1 ' xr . , 1. wk -X ' NEW N X N C ' Mg ' fy My X Qs CQHMODQKE - ff 5 ag - ' 5' I... 927 L I ' - ' -- af Wx? ..,! 5' J ddfyk In retrospect. the Tennessee game was like the Alka Seltzer commercral. "Try rl you'll lrke il," the Vols coaxed , So we trred rt. Thought we were gonna dre, As a matter of fact. the offense drd. The Vols pulled off the only Bulldog shut-out of the season. What else can you say about a 14-0 loss. except wart trll next year? The world's largest cocktarl party turned out to be just that, as the Dogs and Gators farled to gain much attention rn therr annual prlgrimage to the Gator Bowl. Once again, Krm Braswell provrded Georgras offensrve punch wrth a game wm- nlng field goal rn the fourth quarter that gave the Dogs the 10-7 vrctory. 1' M? if Each year Shug Jordan teaches Bulldogs the parable about no student ever berng greater than hrs teacher. The Auburn Trgers defeated the Dogs for the second consecutrve year, wrnnrng lhrs one 27-10 The Bulldogs felt the Trger's scratch before a new Clrff Hare Stadrum record attendance crowd The actron was char acterrzed by rnsults. scuffles. and shoves as the Dogs lost to Auburn the same team that was to upset Bama two weeks later In a season of ups and downs, the frnal game agarnst Georgra Tech would make or break Georgras 1972 campargn ..v' qx Q v FJ' if Hg ir' f v 6? m f A 1 Nagy mf-My w U! 3 4' 1 'R in " 'Nr I sl.. rw hlX,,.f 6 D L QQ. .fs Q ',5r.'..qQ A f 'A tXfxfr U RA affix? '--.xvgl . - f' 5 1 A 43- -f . r ': I - . X- I -I' X 1 --J, 5 I 37 an ulll 1 1 ffifflx q ' is i - . XA f -3 .ei-3-v, ,QL 1'-if A? A ,wi ,w 4, ,if f I , ' ., 1- ' V . ,A .Q ' , 2 15 -, ' Q. 4 , ' M ' xfjgu- ,W 1 5 'Ss P. XV vi. 3. -A -.xl " 7 KENTUCKY 13 GEORG A 14 NESSEE EN T 0 GEORG A Q - , H . 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'Q if U9 Y ??iBw A V ,. , 155 J' ,I- '11, ,, fix 5 J'-L '4 sq' 4, A , , - 21 E 'x "ia SJ E WFS r"' 05? .51- 'fs Jar Jyfx ,X IQ' U ' 2: lx D 4 22 -I Y.. it kiwi The game was rated a toss-up, but the fired-up Bulldogs proved their superiority over a hapless Yellow lacket squad with a con- vincing 27-7 victory. However, the luster of the game was tar- nished when players from both teams ended the afternoon with a post game display of unsportsman-like conduct. The respectable but disappointing 7,4 season has sent Dooley and his staff back to the drawing board. The reasons for disap- pointment are many. Losing to S.E.C. powerhouses Bama, Ten- nessee, and Auburn without much of a struggle and dropping to Tulane, a game where the Dogs were heavily favored, were all reasons for fan dismay. The absence of a bowl bid was another cause for a Bulldog let down. But the season wasn't a loss. 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'-gp? . 1... 2- x X , nr-M R S- , H' " t - fvs. X "N 'xx jg X 5 . . . our landlady is a snoop . . . she introduces herself to all my dates . . . when we rented the apartment, there was a welcome mat in the middle of the living room floor, when we were moving in we picked it up and there was a big hole in the rug . . . it flooded the first time it rained . . . winter quarter we found outthat the back bedroom isn't heated . . . my roommate is going home to augusta and leaving me to pay next month's rent by myself . . , sussex club is having another dance . . . first keg free . . . three coeds live next door . . . we rented contemporary furniture and they sent us spanish . . . we tried to furnish it ourselves but it costs more to bring it up from valdosta than to buy it here . . . . . wanted: quiet studious female roommate, It if U5-:EJ preferably graduate student, call 543-3367 . . . 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He never won anything for her was always he wanting something else. Tried it all there was to try for the soulful fair and true he gave her all he never got to be happy but was blue. He never hurt anyone for her was always late, too thinking something nice. E 16? Every mountain reached the moon rivers of his mind because he left her home and the road to be better far than he was. He always had an accident for her never stopped by laws looking for something more. Wondered wandered waited for what was too old to find her constant human passion had touched his perfect mind Growing up meant giving in to reality he'd been blind becoming something great. MARY HAMMOND The end of the world therefore for him was in bed alone just a man whose life was not like books had sung him young just a man who now fell down in the dance when she was gone just a gentleman, nothing worse. Will she remember him always out to fly? Will you believe in him never knowing why? Will we follow him to greener fields of life? ls there something better? JONATHAN T. SCHRODER PORTRAIT OF AN UNKNOWN MAN KDESCONOCIDO lb He leans against the wall waiting on the bus. l know him not. Desconocido. Yet - I know how he feels. He is lonely. He is waiting, and lonely, and looking, Watching the world around him and wondering - Thinking about the people that pass. Watching their indifference and apathy. Wondering why they can't think, Why they won't try, and why they are so often animals. He leans against the wall and wanting . . . waiting on the bus. He would like to find someone who cares You know him not. someone who can feel, Yet - who can love, he knows how you feel can share, He knows . . . and and is waiting. someone who can think. ijlust as I am waiting! He looks at me I have found someone who can feel and smiles. Portraits of my friends For in me he sees a kindred spirit. - Portraits - He knows not my name, Conocidos nor needs to. Yet, though many possess the ability, He has found one most cover it who shares . . . and hide it from the bumbling fools. But, then, - Portrait - my bus arrives, Mankind. and I leave- WILLIAM E. POPE ' 4 T 1 i me nf. ' YY' Tx. . i i l 4 :1 rm 'M 3 kf f .1 .fi xg E.. ff I iifffl 1 'X '-,, I XA ' 45 x ,X , 'WR . . 1' , qv Q 4 .- -, 1 'F ,W 5 K 4 fi X X W Q S- . X ' All Q , .,.,,,A.,l V, Q . It f if fx, . wx 2 ' . -K FTM ff" 'W , V' , ,I f .. " f R xw' ' 1'?mw.QSsl.x J V FQ 2. , ' X s. X 42 2 wx ,' 5 f- M W Z, W 4 . N x , :x x 'Q .ggi ,ggi I is .H 3. if A ss? K? X XX gf' fs R0 ' 4 . i .- 2' A Y' Q iw y ,Q X Q: ics. ,: 1 1 1 -ggi Q :W ly ,Q X ff K , , "" fl S ' 11,4 ie K X ,r 8 -:f ff fmwil 3' R .... . . '. 7. ,fhfigy 4 1 , .gi -x. Gi . 5 ' ' M ,M 'X 4, Si M' Z is gg ,ff ,, ff 'V '5 'A 1 , .M,,4 Q3 x X Y A ' S if , ' ' N f 'Q 1 ' ,E V 7 ' fgx :?Q'QQ , ,f , .2 V, .. 5 R ' - 3 J V .x ln I A FIRE OF YOUTH A cool, bright light - Reds, Blues, Golds, fondling a log with fingers of heat. Each tiny flicker cures and dries thelog - bit by bit til the flames grow higher longer brighter - each tiny compound giving its tint to the lovely brilliance Higher, higher the flames - leaping, dancing, laughing, as the log burns ever hotter, The beauty and power seemingly inexhaustable. The hypnotic gleaming beakons with a foreign coolness, embraces with a lusty heat. Such beauty, Such power, Such brilliance should last forever. But those who look see the flames devouring their source. Slowly eating at the essence of their existence. ltstime is so short. So frail, So vulnerable. Keith R. Dueofte How sad that so beautiful a flame shall someday fall to dying ember and, then, to grayish dust. William E. Pope 653 .gn P1 :IFS msg .rj .1 ..-4 xx , 'I'-H -"J """' Wiv- Q- Ay f--v A ' -if i 4 6 ji ,4""'4--N. L. nm Q . 1 H . M-- X - f I 2 Q f 'Q I t A 4 'F , fi 3 2 3 " :xv K 98 ld iz urdent dat by dose l fide Whud I bill do, God adone dose Whun you can'd blow yur dose You can'd blow you mide. Chaz Bob Giles 16 fy. 'AL A ' i 1, Y mlvf A if Reed Schmeelk E 168 ilfai A '71 15 ...r---564, f 7? ' A-ass I .1 Q- '!".v'sz9 Keith R. Ducoffe STREET SCENE Beggar man sits on sidewalk watching Pleads his plight with anguished eyes. Little Tin cup forever empty, All his world is filled with sighs. Feel his gaze reach out to grip you Turn your head and look aside. Walk on by and don't feel guilty After all, he's only blind. Paul E. Jordan 169 E O W I 171 E 1 P A n W J W.. K5 I simply would like to express my sincere gratitude to all the people whose time and effort have been spent in producing this book. This year of reorganization for PAN DORA was one that was char- acterized by important decisions and frustrating disappointments. l appreciate having been given the opportunity to be a major part of it. Above all, it was an experience from which l learned a great deal. Oh yes, lest l not forget. This book is dedicated to all those people who never take the time to find life boring. Pax Howard awww I l"1 Elie u5'v'll'x r' L... fn in an ui I all 1' ' , 4 N1 'Alanis'-ik :A . v K r ' - ::??:' ' ff'-'- ' 'f' ' UPL Ill li asa na' ll 1 A r ffl' - m' .lEa?'l' ii' 'rrp iv Z' ,gn,,!.. ' :eu-lgrl ,s....... 3 '-if - .I iilxi .. -- an M V -""-'f' 'U l 1 ,Q 2 ' gil'ga'v5,.-.. Qu' X .mom s 4 "" n l 1 V 1 5 w . 7 W X ,, f 7 ,f V ff f O W fn w ff f f .--,ff f, v LVJ lgb' . "'k- Y J' A xvf, ,. - A . .+ff.1.f1.rw,,,-, . I r fy , ,xl 54 , -I: J - Y --5 . 7 - , A L. VJ., - I L, . 1. 5 ax"-' '45 ", -I '.".'..f,f P w"3- yu gi' ix. .ri hx '- X .157 ix.:-Y ff ?..,.:!Il"5 .1 ,'. .. . , , ,,, ,Q , 5j.r'Q-gf-,,',,w , 'fjf.'fQ '! A J ".A.-if'-fi' .75 r"' f 1'."-"'-'I ff ' '? fs: HQ '7',"f,7'V 3 'LN , J 4 ' gy, A!.k,n'b . 'I' 4 - "1 V? '- . -h ' 'r , .Q 1, -1-P'!,,' 'Jil' LQ -' A. ' . fvbk fit' f '- Q-val X I4 x x UW A 'ff Q' x '5fg5nxf ,QQ f fl FAQ we at X E 3 3252 Q 3, Ei 23.33 VWQQ 4, 1555 ling, J Q 1 , 'F mW.f W , i A ,A , .LMA WN ,,g'jWg' 5? ff , 39 FQ 5? ,-db' . X ls, , I,A, ,..-2 2 , 'n X W fg S,-. , f 57 ' ffg E, , , . i Q .W . F' ' .., ? ' if 1. f L, W 4 ,1 2, ,, N A .,.. A MN ,qt .JU .,, in w id , ,ff ,N ff ' 5 wyfwrm , ,X 'M h ugh? i 23. Of- 'S F?f2'H uk -J -r Hu... ' 5 1 ,..-rl .fibv -0-"4 Q f Qi. sv- . 5, 'nn r""N ln I 'I 'n N, : j , 1' ' J ' as X fl' 1 , 'QM S jf f ,7- .' ,u-l f -, 'L 'Sin . ' 'fn 5 KX Q1 MQ if 97 -Q Q, , f-, ya. QW lf: UA MM, W Wa fx ,. Q. 'L 1 I 1 Q I5 WW ., H A ow-,M 'D AGRICULTURE .URN wx Russell Brooks Paul Brown Mark Callaway V ,E l V. X 'fir X faX5i.1'- f if t is 5 XIX 3' J X Heck Davis Marvin Dewberry Willard Dukes James Fincher Harold Franklin M. L. Hall David Holliday Diane Hurd Ann Hurst '1wf'f" ,PN i RX 5' gi like-EX? Q . E2 . X- i J 7 r Robert Carsel - 5 t K fil. fx ,, ,ljfi b Q i, lf: ,irsi X , We L X Donald Edwards James Hancock Samuel James James Beasley Dock Bond X X Frffvafzel X i , 152' John Conrad Betsy Couchman X Na - , 2 Hai i 2'55 J15'xi2f'i3 3 L ' if fli Wg J r fs - 5 ,,, Civ My Leoncio Espinoza Wayne Eubanks Byrl Harrell Larry Hayes George Jarriel Najmudin Jesani ,X James Boyette John Curtin Gail Euler Sam Hilton 7 t,., 33' L, L f af, , fa .. f . iv' -,FA L .vt .ie M' 'ebay ff WEE Mary Kessler l feel that the faculty-student relationship should be a close one: one which the student should feel free at any time to come by and talk about any problem he has, whether it be academic or personal. ln the Animal Science Department we try to employ an Open Door Policy with our students. "Creative Thinking" is one of the most difficult tasks for the instructor - both for the student and himself. We try to present basic ideas and facts employing problem-solv- ing tests requiring application of facts. We should teach our students to think, not just to memorize facts. Dr. Robert Lowery Q- lames Lenahan James McElroy Kenneth Obenauf wg. 'fa lohn Lavrovsky Glen Lee Ronald Lehtonen Tom Lockett Kenneth Lucas Lawrence Massey Charles McGee Mitchell Miletsky Patricia North Charles Pannebaker Ricky Peterson Joshua Pirkle Susan Purdy Charles Roberts Edwin Shadrick Timothy Shields Ronald Seymour Randy Sodoma Alexander Straaik E e Walter Tankersley Clyde Taylor Edward Wilson Larry Wilson Barahra Adams f J , Peggy Bacon or V John Teel Edson Underwood Richard VanGys Michael Williams Lf 'li ' ,J ,,s, 1 f , 5' . of . ,,,i- y .E Hs W, ,,,, '.U: ? I ffi' : , r ,Ja 'J Ct' ,A ', 'Q ff' 1:4 , A 7 Nancy Winkler Scott Wood John Worley HOWBYU YOUHE f 1 7 M if Q .' 47 'Z X if ' ': QW T 2 fy J- A -, f f iz ,, 5 t. 1 , f M il A ., ,5 ,1 3 es, ,J , A , X Margaret Adams Shirley Adams John Agnew Joy Akins 9 ' ' ,,, M -:::.- S xx , ' I ' ,e,r, M is A 1 7 , W 41 J V Af l f ,Z l J if X t ffr- '7L:f 'a,,," ?'- ',-:ff at '-a' Q - f ' ,fm-i. W ! . 1 Evelyn Bargmann Wendell Barnes Maria Bastidas Nancy Baxter Ki Bonita Ann Belcher Kathryn Berry Helen Bird Harry Black 1 , X f , fl " .f r" .. f Z 'sw A x W, Ei fi tg ff g Frank Arnold ' Q A-f Ir K xx . iff is . Q W A. V- X Xa r, ' Harriet Beasley 1 K .,-l .JW 7' Q r I s .J x O X 1 A Edith Blount 9 H '1- William Bowden William Bowen f 4? .4 Q - L. i .Lb ' :rf 21' D . 3, ' I - 5' " is - ' , ILZQL X 'I X Michael Brown Ray Brown Kathi Cafiero Carol Cagle .i Ze , :- x A in , U , 1 Deborah Childers Henry Childs sp, W 'Cl 1 ver- Qg x, , , ,H r all X is if V 2. z-l l i lerrl Cooper Norma Cooper EIO A iv Lora Bowers William Bradbury June Brizendine James Brown is gr .1 J f.'. , Valerie Brown Victoria Brown Jerry Buchanan Robert Burnett .Aer 2 'mr Gladys Caldwell John Canup Aaron Carreker John Carter :Q 'lb it Robert Coggin Barbara Coley l-9Vf0f' C0lVifl Kafefl C0051 Marilynn Brown " if .. ,Q A i' if , '11, I Frances Bush his Gary Chapman WWWWW r -3, it I L Janette Cooper 1'f""" Kathy Cornell Debra Cost Betsy Cottrell Irene Cox Leslie Cox Karen Crawford Marilyn Dover Pamelia Finch Randall French ffwf K f ' Y rs Z Z.- X W f Pamela Gilland .. ,Z ,'-b V s' 'I ,.,.. 1 fvlh f, , , l,A- Sandra Crowe James Dunning x W Z If , -.-,., J 7 f , 4 -rg., Q if . : af Q ufiff . 'N F 'L f-"Wei G ' Q Q J , 5 an 9 bl' w i' fl K ' le V ' ! 5 New James Fisher Rose Gandy David Gilley Woodrow Daniel Cary Davis 5 , as . f 3 , f f I! H 1 ,A " . Lynn Dwornik Catherine Ellis Thomas Fleming Gordon Flint NW- Se V mx ....,..,. Q :Xi X X H V Jeffrey Garner Mary-Allen Garner Mary Gilmoe Jacob Goodrich Mark Davis , ff ,Q A 1 55:23 James Ellis . f , f ,Q ' Is Z Elizabeth Formichella Lynne Dickinson Benita Dover Sandra Endrodi Robert Farrar ,f .. 5 M- Y 1' -W ui?- 'x Jan Fortson Laurence Forston 'hw Larry Gattis L J rrrr Q1 ai s x l ,,.VV 3 F 'fi 1-Q Gail Goodrum Annette George Kathleen Gerald Q' Kenneth Goodrum Debbie Goswick 1 1 Deborah Greenway a n 0 p 4 a f JJ. , .- , " M, in ff ' .jf ,fiat is ' wi . M . rail: C X I Ewa :H as X :A .3215 L.. .I 9-,gi-J.. E Karen Hansen Joseph Hamilton Karen Harr hw Vicki Griner John Hadden Andrew Harris Janice Hegwood John Hemphill Dorothy Henson George Herrington . -, ,. ., ,...,,,.,, ,, . . ..,.,. :W 'wg C"'1 Pacrta Hill Anne Holcombe Deborah Holliday Randal Holmes Robert Hunter Marianne Inman Jenny James Brenda Jarriel Sandra Hall Carol Harrison Jimmy Haynes Phillip Head Danny Hicks , 5 Patsy Hudson Aubrey Jenkins Gary Johnson Rebecca Johnson iw ,M g , M . gi- I , ,,: fa g...-3 M ,fx , it ,W . William Jordan Ramona Joseph Deborah Kirk Kathy King Armigene Lewis Douglas Lewis Vi. gl K , , , i. , E, .. 1 3 R f fa :W 1 if ,AE 's' ',,,f.', , .v,, 'H if A - I 'lp V, -v,'. :yy ' L. .,.if.' r . Z 4 i MZ? ,warg 1 5 2 f . . .c m ' 1 LMM MI , wus- Linda Joyner Janet Kodras f fl -'is i 2 Q e.aa 2 srei eefrirr it il f K K X 1 " U Z 'I Gloria Lewis JCM M951 Pamela Jue W 'ph' is. . ' yy f' 'A g' fs' J, :SEA-5197 Howard Kurtzman John Lewis wxxuz, 1- ------ vm...."'1r - ir M K ,L ,fu llv . J ' jf 2 if'i if . e ,i1i,, gi .,,, ,...' Z 1 W' -,,g7,,,ggf. W, ,..-- 1- f. . gaezefff -. 15.1 .,.-f Patrick Marley John Martin Jane Mazur as x gf'-'f . .,..., V, W W an V f f b' ' my 3 N Q My yy! if: 3.51 Q ff f'-I-'Z J ee Andrew McCanless Gail MCMullan Kathy McNally Douglas Michel Dorothy Mitchell nel,?H.m Mary Ann Kessler ., 3, , s. ,W MM 'vs , hs- 'Z-:-'I-:ce 'JD .f"e'f'I'P?,, . Qu fi 2 f 1 v::EE1:::E5"'f' Qi 'zfvfw Y11::v2:::'ff'2??lg:-:-1112: mzzzifw.-:-:-' - 1 -A 'f :ef ::::-331w:fzew:- -..i-N .-1"-,mf 1-iiwzet Christopher Langley Maxine Lipsitz Rhonda McCollum Brian Moore ff X y ifnr jf we ' f f 4 I ,F 4, . W-,ww , 1 We M., X . X, -. if we 33555. an ...W Pu.: ' V Zz' jim? 5, -if' .x , Suzan Kinbar Margaret Lanier ,f I ,,,.. Tv. ' YK tm... , ' - ,, " f y mir , ,, avi-fi, ' 'I -b . V-'f f Z5 "1 lx fi" f "ri:r:g'5'f:A,. 'F Barbara Lowery Cynthia McCurry R, it as Claire Moore Kathy King YZ' George Ledbetter , M. ,M " f' v N I !,Q U ZWJ ,, . 5 I f a f ' f ' 'WH- Kf J ,f 29 if . MA. 71, if s z use Q eyo gums Q' Zsiifwgffi' i"?Q,Q?.elfg5-1' Rosemary Lynch Deborah Mcllwaine Joyce Morelock 13 . J . L-' 010 li 1: .. , Q X ' pi K, X N . ' fs New ' - - . Q, .A 2 , Davis Morgan Gary Morris James Morris 9 . L W 4 X xxx ' N XX Stephen Pearce Robert Perry Beverly Reeves Walter Reeves X 111 - N ,973 Q.. I , X x or Carol Nelson Marjorie Nolan Rodney Norman Dr. Joe Palmer L James Parkerson Becky Partain Lynn Payne it -vs 1 .rs it il CWA, F A ..-,fir 1. 'f ix iff! Judith Pitts John Potter Marian Queen Esther Randall '-:aff - - W ' Y --w-I-:rea Marilyn Murray Jim Padget suave' kv- Pnyiiis Payne L? ' R 'f""",, U 1 ,f als 3 'iLlIg'wr - V f 2' 'T ' 'E Warren Reddish ,a :eu 5. t' Rebecca Reid Christopher Reilly Tony Reisinger Edward Reynolds Maxie Riley Ken Rivers , VA, .f.,. 5 'Zwf , , , David Scarborough ,M If f,,, X ,L V, ff f R as s Q WZ. , sf ff W fi gf, W 4' ,. WN f f as rf , I sf - fi if 6561! cv pf fhty f U 1 ,ff David Smith David Stone Peggy Swain Donald Roberson Michael Roberts Coburn Shaw Wana Shelton Donna Smith John Smith . if J' r ' fi Nancy Stovall Deby Strain Robert Tabb Richard Tan kesley t l je N s, ft- .sf Linda Ross Alan Siegel I ,V,, , 1? ff' f .5 I N W 1 Y A W W fit: h A ,P , . -A , 'JJ' ' N' FF R Terry Smith . , Wg X 5 f. 3 1,9 - e Barbara Sutherland Charlotte Tate N ,ef-vfii.. ' ' . - ,,,, . ' ff' ., X. 53 viii, hm any -W if ,aff wifi e"vf?f.:Q . , ,, my ,MMM f W S, ,-Xef.y1J55f,4t-as -444444, ,f 2 A if 4'-at uf x f I , I W Art Ryder Richard Siegel ,,,..7!,,?. , XV, Q., Randolyn Sandlin Eddie Simmons r .W . .M P, , 4 .- W . ul Wt e Z if M if i ifw MP RZ 'Mr s X Q, ff r Z if ' sa 'f' 'Wh X Q. f I ff 5 2- W Q E W N lf YN? .XS X 4 X wx fx it X SSX I , X , . wr, . . We da Z? Cindy Salvato fr fl ... g e . u l L" 'ft Kathryn Skaggs "We Sharon Spratlin Cathy Stallings Joseph Stewart I think there is a trend towards removing all basic requirements. lf you want a justification for teaching language, I could read off a long list of personal sentiments, be it for foreign travel or just wid- ening values. I firmly believe more and more we should try to avoid a monolingual or isolation oriented attitude. I always try to spend as much time as l can with the student. I con- sider that my primary purpose here at the University. I like being an advisor, it's one of the best things l've gotten into at the University. As far as the University and the community are concerned, it's just a matter of cooperation. They're both here to stay. The city is not going to be able to run the University away and the University is not going to be able to run the city away - or forget it. Dr. Joe Palmer 15 E I Nr It.: George Taylor i Philip Van Asdalan Jerry Weaver ,D is ll Laura White E ie 'v I li.. .QN ,frf . 1, ' Mg Janet Taylor , w g T, ,e 4 s' . 1 t9'N ' is Q 94 Margaret Verell 3 T ,I is - ww 1- aff ii T -5 Beverley Weeks Susan Whittle lerry Taylor Judy Tebeau Lawson Thompson Charles Walker Lee Wallace Mariorie Walters T uf Clifford Welsh Zena West Gail Whatley nr. . K 1. , ' 4. A '4 Carolyn Williams David Williams Spencer Mabry Katrena Wilson Deborah Williams Michael Wolfe Terry Tripp v 1 .K :ffm - 1 he y .7 Y 4 ' Douglass Warner 1' .-,sa 1, si Andrew White Susan Williamson Susan Wolter ll Thomas Tune Sandra Watson John White -so -. David Wilson Oi A Wade Adams Carl Adcock Gregory Ainsworth s 'IM A.- ' 'Yu xv- S Thomas Barge John Barnes Daniel Barrera Rebecca Bell William Bell lesse Bennett A ----" ap, -N X N X XA , Qs Ralph Brigham Lemuel Brooks Thomas Bozeman 'W 'W we Hifi if ,Q 2 X 22? fpaaw' SSE :MTV-Bi-"i f'-if Si. Steven Baker Katie Barron Thomas Barefoot Qs :ws .. . N- N. y "'N M Ki be x . X , x ? 3 rt e e ,.. 1, ,. X 1- 'Q s. ' f s , John Beacham Ginny Bird Allen Braswell V7 Bruce Brown yew. e 2,5 """"M . , , f e. Milton Bruce Grodon Brown hp-f Cordy Bullock ww James Barlield David Bass Henry Brewster QU! i Mary Brown X I f Q ""., Q 5: , ' 1 " - - T I f X , sl 'fi Q1 L - Weill .K Sfdifktiii TigE2f5'ir'i': e 2-Qsyyb 1 ' 4' et gxlfslfi Ygdazf- ' 5' no "ri X X ?f 'i .iiw-w:- Terry Burnett 1 H 17 .X 993 gifs KNEXDY W- Robert Burriss tt ' Rodney Cato Boyd Clines is 3 , , if ,W r. Xorg ..va Dave Conger fs Ai it. I' . .. Leslie Coxwell Xia V ei William Bush Charles Cheney Stephen Coburn 0' Alan Connell lohn Dally , - . ,t?,Ew,'2s, rf 1 X gjf-'H y. X- l are A A - 5 1 . A K Stephen Butler Winston Buttram Cecily Callaway There is much being said and written today about the necessity or even the desirability of young folks going beyond high school to university training. I believe that unless there are good reasons for doing otherwise, those who can should spend some time in the uni- versity environment for the simple reason that given the age that college students have attained, there is no better place for them to spend some of their days. ln a university situation, you have a better chance of meeting inter- esting people and being exposed to interesting ideas than in any other place. l doubt that there are many students at the University of Georgia who are bored. lf they are, it is likely the case that they should drop-out and find other things to do. ln a university we have to be optimists. The fact that we attend school indicates we believe there are things to learn which may im- prove us and help us to improve our society. While the cynic may feel there is little to make us happy in the world today, I must insist that the problems we have to solve can be solved with the resources at hand and with those now unknown resources which are constant- ly coming in view. Dr. Virgil D. Cover, Marketing Wyman Deal Nancy Deems Neil Deese K. gg . F..,,,?,, X s -V Qin' ,- ' 25. ,Y, H 'XV kd sbs K l I ax x S X 'tt James Cantrell Richard Carter Van Cherry Ralph Chewning . is-fi Q -:r X i is X . tl l . V Michael Coffer Ronald Collins Kenneth Cook Donald Conner Clayton Detaigle Alan DeWitt i l J it 32 R il A 1 sk L Q tg. iff? ' :X as-. 'sf X 531- C cc ff sf , N -ei' x 'Q X X if P 5, Q X Q X X ,t X R' A 2 X A . -15 4, , 11- fi l K : -: sv. me . 2 , K ,,,, 3 ig t G Ei ' l 'A irev-" Judy Daniel 3 'AA,b if fi ' ' XY A as 5- Timothy Estes Harold Fowler William Glass Michael Hall J Q! S in J fexkx :Tj E gm , 'X like Vincent Davison William Fincher Thomas Fox ,, x 1 E 1x-.,,- :JN ' et" A - W Rf 7' X K , 9 A aff mf sw, L X , ,V . ,,:,,., G . My A If K' W' fgjg, -K qu 3 tv , w w, A .fl J , , sr 3 ff 'G 7 ,, V, Q fl, f MXN RAN X " , f A? . V. 5 WP- I. -I ..... ' as '4 X X X Xa, N X xg X is s X x J X :uf K Arthur Dolph James Doster Q A. 5- 'tr . S Russell Finland Walter Fitzpatrick ,N , .tt, ti . , t ttt inn- l.arry Edwards Cornelius Fleeman Jan Franklin Robert Garner Colman Goodrich Jerald Goodroe Albert Greene Steven Gentry WISP' NGHCV Edwards Dennis Ellard 'f s'-- 1 y XX Q Allen Foster Robert Fountain Charles Gibson Emory Giddens ZA: R' 5 S X D Qc. K FY. ' .is -. 1- W X Qi-Sffhti Joseph Hagen .av- vos Richard Hampton lacy Hancock Paul Harwell Glenn Hearn Ann Hailey Frank Hall Ji' .i p . 1 A 'gif " f ' I f gill Brenda Herren Gerald Herring 19 lg 7 A Ari-fm Roland Hoffman .- la mf ir' ' 1 v I ' 4? ' I ,. Myron Johns 'll' Felton Little John McBride F 'Z' . 1 was 'ing-5' b xi .N XX ' if if Steven Milberg E PO .X K i' 6' ' aa... L Jackie Holdridge James Hollingsworth Herbert Hyde Charles lzlar 'i 've l , Q if I ve J if Q3 s , fr S sf.. Victor Jolly James Kelleher John Kline Erwin Laitala 'limi ec- , 'ie A .C 'ae J' I . r NJ , :J .fl J any My J N- , John Longino Michael McCann Edwin Miller I If : we X 3 , - ,,i, 1 fs- ef,:53,,j-it-,-' C Q -Q ., V 5, xml s lf.-J , I J- 4, "' .4 xi. 1 s at if , R' I 4. 1. 1. 1: wx., P ' f at Barry Lourie .tn l -A-.. James McHugh Robert Miller ,iniiii aeea ,' QNX 'fl " , YVV, ,,, I Qui William Mahoney Charles Maley , Rami Troyce Jackson Ronald Langley David Meese Ronald Merlin Clark Manor A-ui' ': 'L :' 4 A I 'vin-. ' ZZ" ,-' -Q ! . Tn I l t ll. V X Thomas Merriam 'J ' J can ish 14 Dunbar Jewell Wanda Leatherwood Thomas Marciniak John Messer " W 'i'i'53'TY+?' V , ., W' ' . .,. 1-z s..v'f: J I1 'H' fr 43121: 14-'+?.'59. , ,f'-..'-fi' y :3Ei25:2:2 .,2'i1Z'1'1q?- xf ,fp 'L "'-1124: -ld-t'1".:iq. -e 41'q':tll"i973ffQ, 2 12-1 Wssfgfej xfZ'ci?5J'fi7f"i4,4 .g.3.g:::g.-., .rx -': , View-,2,p."rrr.z 5:a:s:a:z:s2ig,v5eg,f5fue -Ig!-2:25252 .:.! :F I- '-safe?" ::.:1::1:r:rEr. 'fdise-ell E1"?1:2:2:1:2:fr. fiififi' in 1+ rk?:?:?:2:?:E:::: iiiii 'L 95"P4i'4' Clarence Mobley Larry Moody Ronnie Moore William Moorhead Silt :rifle 1 rffy, QQEQXX, 2 it . ., Q 1 S Y iz e 2 e t Robert Morton in'-ff 3 Thomas Ogletree Craig Presley Samuel Rhodes it Stephen Shore Charles Moss James Orange Ronald Ralston Gregory Roberson Marvin Smith Gerald Neal C 7 if 'Q - f 1 Samuel Oregbemi ' is ge X at tm- l X S f s 9 W 5 21523, 35, aff. ' ee -1 1. - :PW-1 f ESQ' s 14 45314 lu fx SQQ ivy Ns L .. S tsxytgegm Ute' tl X f use as X M it 1 X Jonathan Rapaport Ronald Rogers -"e Lf ' ' l 1 1, ffkfft f Q -' 'Wag ' if V L gs ' 'S Nettie Smith ,ZH Harry Neville Kenneth Newberry Terry Newton Clifford Oxman Scott Rapp Gary Sanders Shellee Soliday 3' Samuel Ozburn Hugh Pearson Robert Reed Matthew Scarborough S l 5' - 4 a 7 ,f 'M .4 M , 1 Q ,N ,V f if X X 1 , ' f in ' me . I , ', , I fy i J- . ' l 0 get 4 A' Joan Stafford Debra Norman Donald Peppers Waldemar Reichel Michael Renedo Gregory Schaaf David Settle if-Ne John Stephens Donald Still 2 Gary Struletz John Summerville Richard Taylor Stanley Teem Judy Thomas Darrell Thompson Robert Thompson .W Douglas Tomlinson 6, in Dennis Truitt James Turner Jack Tyler Brownson Udodok James Van Landingham Billy Varner xx, Winslow Verdery 3 ! I 'ers- l 4, 53? ' -.3 Michael Wilkes James Tassin E Edward Vogel William Voynich Elizabeth Wallace Bruce Weathers W 'U-:-7 5 1 M gay Eli 5 'SW l i, . Sharon Weisbach Malcolm Wilcher Dwight Wilson Willie Wooten Gary Worsham Karen Yearty Lena Yao Matthew Zittrouer Darlene Adams Susan Addison Gail Ayers Teresa Barnes Linda Bishop Janice Bizousky Deborah Brown Jeffrey Brown Julie Caldwell Ellen Campbell Virginia Cannon N f N ff' - ff xx P'--1' , :AQ si' W , 7 fy 5 ,ci f I ff X 1 y 2 is A437 .X -1 2 S4 f-, A Q' 2 f M Nw f N , sf ij -tm Sandra Alley Mary Barnett Shelia Bradley Patricia Brown Tony Cartledge S 5 Q X X' ' 'lik M1955 f NM. . x :'- NH, 29,9381 fx . so X i: ' '. 51? .Vis - . .X of Jewel Armour - -Tra il. A 9 ASN 5 22 X '-it el Priscilla Barrett Q-W' Qs. A f St tifv , s S X Q , 4 4 Vivan Avery Carolyn Autry 'Q Q, .N Lora Barron Karen Beasley Deborah Braziel Linda Broxton Corliss Bretz Karen Brook Kathy Bruce Theresa Burt 45-'N Karen Carver Pamela Ceceri Margaret Chatraw 233 h , .. Av 'I i 1 A . 'Z um 1 vb gi r Margaret Christian Sherry Conneli Marjory Conners 1 Aff' '- 0-1 rw. 3 . i., 'f ,U Q V f T Q Donna Costa Clara Croft Sharron Crump sz: Sheri Dacus Carol Dailey Diane Davies Diana Davis Linda C. Davis Linda D, Davis Deborah DeLoach j' '-'ffifggi I A . sw' ' . 4 ' I n r-X, A Q' f ii Q K N 5. , I .K L- 5 ,,, A -, t .QV W... lx X gm! .M R E .. X. if W si 'T' 1' 'Pr ' 3' ' X ' y . : I ' y Z X NM H Susan Dentith 1 V X 43? X A 5 I l Y 5 X X L 1 , .xvig gk if A . fl? W , VK' 4 1 I, 7 f 1 - VJ L I l if ,gf an : sl' Q . 2' Q H .: H :. 1 , '- " A.: . ,- 11-2.-,.-:.-.., ' :x .gi-5. g..'.:g-'.1-','- ,gf -. L'::t,.1q,.1.1,'.+:..,., -l g'5'?'.'Q!'32HE5f'.1f1 . . C --. .' -lzzzzv - -1' " ff -:WG 3311111215 211212-: ,aaa1.a'f-111 -., yg21:3!.-11 "11'.11111,2Q Roselyn Dickson Cathryn Doris Marie DuBose Carol Dudley Jonell Dunn David Dutcher Terica Edwards LGSIIC EIIIS Em ss s Y g 3 p E -: ,c g Lynda Elmore Hesther Fosgate layne Fountain Elizabeth Fowles V1 X, , . sz X tt V am' 1 at 1 of ,fs ' X '- 62 ,:!,Q,I' ' 4 Ann Giddens Elizabeth Gleason llllarena Godwin Bonnie Goldstein I feel that the University is becoming more organized, but that organization doesn't always have a negative connotation. lt's just a question of whether the organization provides for humans within the system. Sometimes when I look at the dorms like Brumby Hall, l think somebody forgot about the human element. lt's organized for what purpose? For sending through the most students for the least amount of money. Students need some input into the structure, or the system begins to be intolerable for those who live in it. Somewhere in all of this there's the student and I still think that they're the primary reason for Universities. , Dr. Murray Tillman adm. uf L ?,.,f"f 2 has W I ' N.. Paula Fry Linda Gardner 5 fl . t nfl 4 . Ps ' fi 1 Gary Grice Virginia Griffin Q WS i 'slgig S 'ANT 'W 'ess x 'JJ -1 ,ai-X xx I .f " Ng, I r ff X 1 x S wi ,gy A t W' mt, Timothy Gathany Zen- Barbara Guay Janice Gurley Pamela Hammett Deborah Harbour X f if any , i fig , ,I nib: , Marilyn Harden Peggy Hardin Laura Harpe st X -bfx V' 2. tak ' Kathryn Haygood Betsy Headriok joseph Henson Sherrie Hembree Brenda Hellemn lanet Hibbard lacqueline Highsmith 253 'CII y 'Q Dx I' "' Ca Rebecca Hogan 'Uh Jewell Huff N fifc 2, , 4. rc' A if Deborah Jones Susan Ladner Linda Martin XJ 26 'UN Judy Holmes s '51, i 'Q G, . P ,ff 5 ,,,,-.e Ji X 'J .l Jeffrey Hunnicutt Priscilla Jones Robbie Langford V, .W ..,.- 1-rw.f,.X Mary McElmurray Audrine Honey Carolyn Horton it sf it i " J M gif .4 5 '-if T4 Juanita Hove Johnny Ingram Donna lrvin Margaret Jackson Sandra Keim Betty Kennington Patricia Kershner ' ' g 9 ,,:r I I ,',,' ,A M , ' V 'T' Q9 N get it 'M ' " li 5- 3 . J E Margie Lee Stephanie Lezinski Karen Long is Maiorie McElreath Carole McGee Cooper McHugh pm, Z ,, , agg,,, 1 'Y ,H P , f 'Vx l 'N t K s ":fJ-vi rss he James Howard Kathleen Johnson Esther Howell I J 5:2 fn' ,, '- EJ' ilgi JJ. lt ' Margaret Johnson A X- f 3 Karne Kiessling ,. sc., . ,twfwwb C , ,.,: ci i nn' Cindy MacNabb Carl McKinney Brenda Kitchen Amy Mangold Chris Melton fs? s . M. X :Q Xa 1 .1 - gig .E an i an X3 qw A fiti- B ' Qw Fla 5 RH B se 1 fig lr Vg 2- V f f, X K J g .JS ' . X 'N , 1 59,5 'PQ .x S i R me " fi, 3? 4' eg S Barbara Mercier Thelma Merck Eva Miller ,. - -Q ., I hx 3 3 Q ,rr hz! x X X 1 31 X S X x ,ref f gm ss:-u YS -.P?1,ig'i wk .. X .. ,.: .t ,g.,,,e v .gn 5 iF' f'53"s1g"f2? .. R-rl V341 " N111 RW 'wi Janet Nash Sandra Moncus s X Mia 'Q Nell Norman limmy Nasworthy Beverly Needham U 3, Q W-, We Q- , 1 ,W ' Te --N 'ig x E ig six ,S t , x S my S' ga l- - lames Phillips Deborah Porterfield Margie Prescott xX Elizabeth Presley S Estella Ramirez Q32 e , is S i is Q 5 tv vm: 1,6 iff S' ' Arlynne Robinson Dee Ramos 4 22' 'Ns x - M ! .Z Q, . S o - ff ' 1 -, ,J ggi ,. ' A i Susan Roscie H , il ..l. V 1? ' I K Edith Randolph Loretta Regan Susan Russell Renee Sackler X is ix G... ., . G91 S A, S QNY f S 5 XX 'I 'B XX , S x r X N K is X ul, ki. ,N Mary l. Morris NTP' Pamela 0'Hara April Priester vin James Reid 5 :, fi-N . r 4.+f'1"l 7e"4e' ,1 8, 1, .Ji f 1 Cynthia Sapp Mary L. Morris Barbara Peters . ,A SNMP Mm Mary Pugh t as T " '65 ,L-Q ks. M. x . i' Linda Renegar Teresa Sasser Marjorie Moss 'fe-N., Q. Carol Petter X XXX Barbara Rainbow 1191-0 Brenda Riley Sandra Scoggins 27 , -in-4 Q. i' -...JY I .Z .Lx v Elizabeth Scouten Larry Smith A ,f a -gfdz., ' 4 .fue ' e ci , , i ' ,. ..,.'1..r3.:2f 1 In n.: as , Janice Talley W , Patsy Turner Jackie Weaver Hilfe s Tina Seldin '-206' , . i 1-it li K ' 3 rx 'fits ,A Susan Smith it Norma Sellers , by Y . A. A 4 L N 'uf FX' J , H N t w x Linda Spears Glenda Thompson " ini get .. Q Susan Turner xl Susan Weinberger Edwin Tillis Owen Ulmer Sara Welch Janet Shutord Delphy Spencer Rhonda Tootle J rea. Mtn.: jf- . . an -- -, wftfzwqw egg 4 , r 1,35 If-3 - ta PM 5 'Zi 3- 'xs rf-we H 5 2' Tricia Wall ' ' '- ."' ""4'?'QY' ti W, QT' 1 ee' 'f :r v ? if ..e A Lynn Wells X 'W l ffm.. Rose Slotin Glenda Smith Judith Smith !5 2i4 Ann Steed Kay Strickland Marsha Sullins Gloria Tripp Ellen Turner Murrilyn Turner FW" Kathleen Walsh Julian Watters Jngfld W93V9f lt' iv' Margo Wells Stephen White 10 Ann William Janie Winer Deborah Wood Mark Bennett Robert Chesnut Monte Linn Ren Loveiov gp- wpuwwmnqw- Q" , f y an if-"ff t, Z' Q'-"V r I ie as 5 see f 1 ,fc Q wt, ,ff :A .3 V Q, xg v Ann Wright Ann Ziegler John Corica Paul Fogelberg f K ,W W tk 2 v,,! L , ,V i if .I I 1 Gary Michalic Ronald Shaddix l. Frank Giuliano Alton Kessler 4 W... :rw , in,-A f f cw is -I sas ,H Carter Swint Mark Zuraw We could use more women in Landscape Architecture. Tradi- tionally, there haven't been very many. The involvement of more women would be good, l think, although it wouldn't be easy for them. We have several girls who are doing quite well in the field now, so there is some precedent for success. ln some places I feel the University is too organized and in others it's not organized enough. There's a lack of communi- cation at certain levels. Delegation ot responsibility often seems to be confused, and this is a form of organization that I think is lacking. On the other hand a lack of organization can be very good, for instance, in our school we have a great deal ot freedom with what we do in our courses. Professor lohn Knofp ENVIORNIENTAL DESIGN 2921 FORESTRY A Barry Bedingfield David Benavltch Rodney Brown Mackey Carter 13 Q., Corbett Chandler lohn Gallagher Carl Howard John 1Uh3Tl Thomas LGSIEY Ronald Mclntosh Emory Moore I Richard Newberry w - xxx QI 1' , ' A Thomas Pope Charles Thompson Charles Withrow Phillip Wren X JO ,anwyam -. mai., W mann!!-W' t if , ,- my l We an ri' , -11 Learning sometimes is a forced process. The maior thing education does is to open a person's mind. The faculty should recognize their responsibility to encourage people to learn and that students can't learn if the material is not presented well. There is, then, a mutuali- ty of responsibility: the students must be interested and the faculty must be able. Dr. lulian Beckwith . - ,. r ...V NNNV NSN 51 Q x K ., C .E . , E Peggy Ahrenhold X , K XXX if . W X I is x . .., D f ' V ... , I K X , X A X , at a Dolores Birdsall Susan Brown Mary Copelan 'US wry' ' Deborah Francavage 2 fc , X , Sharon Alexander Laura Black Y VVV: ,,-1 f ,S 'I I :.: 93, i g ' 4-, if jf? -re- Sim' I Martha Buffington 'FM Teresa Cumuze ,. in Cathy Freeze Nancy Aron Lizabeth Bailey C4 Bw.: ,, C l 'W ,. A t . mx X xmwml I, HL Denise Blankinship Carolyn Cable lk Karen Denman bf X i Lynn Graham .0945 'IQ"""'V C 3 Cecelia Booker lane Caldwell , gc , K fir..-'fx 1 XNt.v,...'fy Vivian DuPree Cynthia Gray -6 4 a 5' er N my ng X 428' X J .i WM x QW Xi: QE' st yvhf D fini X yfar 1 X , -,wr .a" Nancy Barton Q ,,i.yyy x am! ig jj eg W ts' E WY 4' I .A s ia s f X ,ry . ,. .57 122-11-.Nfl f , 'Z bs f we I fa N 1 Mary Brasington Mary Cole I KX .. x ,'ti fit it i f 5 ,,,, f If Deborah Evans Q, -mga: ,' C .., X ak I Sr -Q-f . um' f w 3 C 5. Q, Barbara Becker X Q. ' w th' :ii V . -X 5, g et ws, Xu 'A Q so Wi. , Lorhett Bratton l g x Ja, QM -wx K . Q za K Y AA, 1 Cynthia Colmey Mary Follies ME 'warn bit r f an blue ,,aa.i Norma Green Susan Harrington "" O Fab """ l ll'xlu9'6 ff 4 ,-5 K ' ..NY!0A. st - 5'-gg-J,-2--:',: ,Q N . - 4 -9- g - Julie Hyle Karol Kelley V f ,-, , ,,'a.7-Lmre, It .T-, J' Q :s'M:gu-, . f,: ml' Belinda King Jeanette Loughridge " an "a' - f 'y A vi , , 5. . , 'N " if- L e a ' '- Cb ll a F L Q M fl Fr ry' 1. .' A , Q X Q xx N h Y :Q . Susan Lutz Karen Lowry 'V' as lla Q A .nw .K Marcra Mattox Judy Muller Katherine Morris Linda Morris Lynda Moss Holly Nagle Clara Parker 3? 44 ,L an W Carol Pike ' I " ,... f e 'V' X4 , JW' X , 2, Qwm' A ' , 51. Connie Robinson Af? Nancy Smith -1 J I I a fl 755' Xl' , 2 Linda Vaughn A g ,KLM en 15- Deborah Williams 4'h 1 aa""' 'faf W New A f fizf ' ,, t E 4 '99 If N ,gs e P iiai ily ,gf - so Nancy Pryor Patricia Sale ludy Starr Carolyn Ward Sally Williams Kathy Purcell Nancy Purcell Melba Raley Paula Reddock Gloria Roberts f f , f iff A ' y f S fin j, 1 'N 1 ,, .J- , AV! A , We X , .l .. . .X W Linda Schnur Paul Shurling Ann Sickle Cynthia Sims Mary Smith X f M. an if C' YM .p P .. J' ' .,..- .X ' ,, g i- ,ss fr is 'f e Susan Tallant Rebecca Thorup Alice Tidwell Brenda Townsend Rebecca Vandiver One ofthe good things about the University is that one can explore just as many programs as you want. I believe in my work very much and l enjoy it. My mission here, l think, is to help the students to mature as much as they possibly can and to learn the subject matter taught. As an administrative counselor, l feel my job is to help the student find himself in regard to his goals, abilities, and what we have to offer. Dr. Dorothea Edwards 33 ,X JOURNALISIVI Advertising education is a strange animal. lt has to give the student a background under- standing of advertising theory and a knowledge or skill in its practical application. So, in hiring people to teach advertising we must look for individuals who have practical or profes- sional experience, as well as an extensive educational background. In advertising, especially with respect to the creative side of the discipline, this is very difficult to accomplish. There aren't many copywriters walking around today with doctorial degrees. l feel a great amount of satisfaction when l see some of the very professional work coming out of the campaign courses in our department. lt goes to show that students can do more than they realize. ln AAF lAmerican Advertising Federationj Competition Georgia has never finished lower than second, and last our PINTO campaign won in national competition. A college education should provide the environment and facilities to a student for him to do his best work and realize his fullest potentials. lVlr. Ronald Lane milfs an f' N Emilye Belch Branson Bishop Nancy Bobbitt H. Irwin Bridges Sally Bunker Alan Bunn Andy Burns Sarah Carpenter T! xll b l he rx J., Randy Sue Coburn Paula Crouch William Dabbs Tlm0ThY Davis m "' YW- ft-. ff' i. 2 it ixi gg 6? gf M A lgiy C wlilliilllilui r Raymond Childress William Chigm 'v""fMir s Bobbie Dervan Delalfle D0bS0l'l 1 ii g. Q 3 S Q""V Nora Claxton Van Driskell it f Q r X gc M' Cheryl Fincher sp- ,givin 3 aims Julian Folds Margaret Geary Cheryl casa :fi Brenda Hampton Kenneth Harbour Rosemary Heffernan K rv- 2 X W Ja Yi5:E25sS:fs:,'.? 132 St? ' e lf: .,,,r ., .. . su ,I , :af ,Z . g . 5 I x a K 2' Nancy Hurt Y Sarah lngram Bonnie lachimowicz Patricia Kaplan Linda Kennedy Philip Kent I V . , xi A 1. E I - ,L Q A Alice Lovejoy Kitty Manning Rachel lVlafl0w 'HS Michael Granade 'Ny J v---, Richard Hezlep Phillip Holcombe has , 1 ---- Kristina lansak George Jeffares Theresa King lane K0hr , fi. Charles McCullough Jesse McLeod ,vi .-.. , Q 5 eff: 3 X :Q N A ,W , , " Q S Laura Hale s .. 3 O K Z r . Qt rr.r 4 ,ff 'is 3 is 7 Nye , 4 b 5, 9 Xp r at J , y ,Wa xx e Q gf A Lyla if ,M 4 R f X ' . 3 2,1 James Hollingsworth x R rib' 'ie' 'i so I s 1' X ,LN .hx SJ", 3 ' ! PA Greg Jones Deborah Hammett Verne Hoyt Kathryn lustice William Latimer David Levie 35 x D , sl X 3 i John Methvin Deborah Poliakoft Glenda Scruggs Lucy Statham Marilyn White E36 'Ps 'ff i if I . Nawanna Miller fl Ronald Morgan Anne Murray Pamela Nolen Lillian Oeland Victor Profis Nancy Tucker James Roberts Kathleen Shamley Betsy Shook Stephen Rollison Reed Schmeelk 2 vs Barbara Sibert Carolyn Stewart James Therrien Phillip Trussell if James Williamson James Wilson Connie Simpson Nancy Sprague Deborah Wallace David Wansley John Phillips Judith Schroeder ,i J 2 X it 3? David Stahl xy i it Chris Watson PHARMACY John Bruce " iss 1LSs.w Ef:'-lffil' i' E .f.- s " yyzfi gg, A " ' Ta.-te, we , ' , -x f I Z' ' er if - If Linda Erwin Michael Adams Glenn Coker James Friedlander , t , .. ' 1 V eeee, 1 J 5 i ,, ,fi V ..., A , if , X 1 F 'I ' . James Higgins John McManus Edward Hill Cheryl McMillan Susan Day Grant Dooley Andrew Goins EFUOFY Gfiffin Wiley Hill Dudley Lambert -t L' , , '21- mf , . eq-'t ,1 " ..i I A t fm an T 'fi f ' i :hh ,, , ' Y' 2 1: ifi, ,f 3-fgef' R gQZi.'5y3 .. '. - uiyl ' Y',C-1g7'ij?'- .A 4 nr-.Q wx: :gil x 1 QV. 'S' '. - ' . V4 uv'-,I Tl'-ff-'i.+fTfi,.f 1 ,. ,',R,4+ V, 3 ...Q , 4. . ,. or -. - , wwf. , .-.1 f.'.'-.sg ij' I, . dl... Ej,g,.1-3v,,:4 4- - V. . -1 nf au- 4 Margaret McMullen Richard Morgan Beth Arwood 1' A ' V "'V? Lge 1 i, 'en s k' , I l x X :IIU Hovie Drane Carey Hall NSS' J, 'if -PAX QV v X "libs John Leffler M Xml WY 5 'W 2 -iff Qu 'lt ' -0 WSH, JJ f Q J .N w .ze .:::zf:.-.-.1-2-fl:-:'. . 5 1' 'Q .-, ,iazzzzzzifgeiiggzizgzzf vp :-1 mzzxzzm,"'1'4f1gZgZ-' Q' J 1 ::u:EEEHkf2f2!S:5g , .- ', :::z:::::::"x.:5?:g".1 - .' ,g:::::::v?.'. .f S 2 i l+"'f,u .. . . .. . jg495M.1gi-- .......-.T 4g',g.g4.'.'5 , Q L 'Nu X . . v ef ' ' . u::::::u.eRv9.s William Morris 'Wx , ,W-3:-,-,-1. .1 I A, , riff' ' st 'si X zz, X sf f was N120 D? QQ S We Hubert Bennett Timothy Bretz Paul Drexler John Ellington Sharyl Hamilton Richard Hessler Lon Lewis Patricia Palms Jim Loyd 1- f , I Q 24. 3 f ' 1 , ' tix Bobby Orr 37 Sonya Reagin Janet Reid 6 Pl' Anita Richardgon Robert RlCh3ldS0ll 55, 'F"""" js j, 1 E isa 1 E exif.. Robert Roddenberry Charles Sanders Guy Seymour L. :J i . t F Y I f ati' f ,i 2 X X grit S 1 74 ,1 Q Q ' 1, ff ' ' T J' " J fa x i 'fi N' ' EK f are iw sc Q K . Same Smith James Stowe James Tucker Gene Webb Cynthia Whiddon Joseph Whlfakef Victoria White Joseph Williams Donald Wilson ln the school of Pharmacy, we try to get the students to be active rather than the faculty leading them. We try to get them involved, but like anything, we have only limited success. I think my function at UGA is to try to involve the student as little as possible with administrative hang-ups. lt's hard to get people to realize that the college community is not the real world. More and more we're trying to get our students out into the community by instigating various new work-study pro- grams. The real world is out there waiting for them, but lt's different and they Cstudentsj do need preparation for it. Dr. Billie Wichliffe 1 fww M X M ., .. 5.,,,f., N v ki fw,,,qx 2 ff fav' x ,,1, ' - .S ,,:. I ,V . A ii ' .fin Z :V-?:.J : 1bii r EE1 , ,Z -, Q ,..L. 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' if :mum n W -2 'wWV My mm , lllg ,1'1 .- j W .Iilwl UI"iliE:L!Il. . M5 fx l i611l1U' 2 Q . , . E1m1'.mn ww 4"uWllll l Nh 'ln I 1 PHI ETA SIGMA Stephen Hoyt Andrews Frank Carson Arnold Dean Scott Attaway Wayne Dwight Austin Stewart Benson Averett Paul Edward Banta William Perry Bartles Roger Alan Baruch Claude Dudley Baxley Thomas Marshall Bowden James N. Brown William DuPriest Bozeman Marion Lanier Bridges David Courtney Branson Ronald Terry Brown Thomas Russell Bulchko Charles Preston Butler John Leslie Canup Charles David Carson Robert Glenn Carter Jack Guy Charlesworth, Jr. James Michael Clark Donald Stephen Clarke William Ashmore Clary Charles Kass Cohen Stephen Edenfield Coleman Clarence Leon Collins William Robert Cox William Jones Crump, Jr. Frank Etheridge Davis lll John William Davis Richard Barton Davis Kenneth Duncan Deaton, Jr Mark Anthony Dekick Carl Willard Duyck Kenneth Michael Epps William Lane Ewing Craig Neubert Fievet Frank Nelson Fleming Richard Edward Foisy Morgan T. Fordham Paul Gustave Franklin lll Alan Freeman Micheal Eugene Freeman Alan Vincent Galdis Kenneth Howard Goldstein Earl Stephen Golightly Kenneth Edward Good 1 1 r r T if is' f i Q t t s g Y ,s ul President: Charles Butler, Jr. Secretary: Ken Deaton Vice President: Earl Golightly Treasurer: Charles Morris Richard Hays Goolsby Keith Eugene Gossett Robert Wingate Griner Donald Ingram Hackney, Jr. Michael Patrick Haggerty Benjamin Mason Hamilton, Jr. Reginald C. Hollis David Eric Homrich Bruse Carl Ink Robert David Jansen Ben Wall Jernigan, Jr. Andrew Joseph Johnson George Randall Jones Paul Thomas Kane, Jr. Kenneth Robert Lally Paul Thomas Lange Hiram Gordon Larew lll James Paul Lindler John Rodway Mackert, Jr. William Gerry Manning David Carlton Martin Stephen Douglas Mascio David Bruce McAlister David Smith Mcrae Boyd Keith Melton William Charles Miracle Lamar Houston Moree Charles Wade Morris Robert Freeman Mumford Harry Austin Musselwhite Robert Edward Myers Stephen George Newberry Richard Anthony Nolan Thomas Vaughn Padgett lll Charles Arthur Peach Mitchell Glenn Reddish James Clarence Redmond, Jr. George Robert Reinhardt, Jr. Willard Douglas Rhodes Leonidas Edwin Rice, Jr. James Elbert Richardson Alfred Roy Roberts lll Mark David Rosenburg Richard Clay Ruskell Stanley David Satterfield Micheal William Saunders Richard Wilson Scarborough Frederick Karl Schab Karl A. Scott Albert Allen Seals Peter Jay Shedd Kenneth Alan Sosebee Patrick Lamkin Southerland Ewing Connell Strang Rodney W. Strother James Thomas Sutton Theron Milton Taylor Jere Geiger Thompson Lawrence Edward Travis William Thomas Walton Homer Eugene Weeks Byron R. Wells Randall Thomas Whitfield Andrew Myers Williams lll James Edward Williams John Everett Williams David Burgess Winter Karl Edwin Wycoff James Wallace Yarbrough ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA P'eS'dent E"zabethm Jill Anderson Robin Anderson Virginia Anderson Sharon Arthur Jane Backer Cathy Baker Susan Baughcum Vivian Baumgardner Sandre Beasley Holly Bernstein Joanne Blum Deborah Boyette Bonnie Brewer Ann Bronaugh Diane Brownlee Nancy Buck Frances Bunce Sally Burton Anne Butler Mona Callaway Karen Chevalier Becky Cheves Lynn Ciucevich Helen Cook Julia Cothran Velma Cowen Shelia Crawford Cindy Darden Patricia Davis Dianne Day Beverly Dinsmore Delaine Dobson Laura Donovan Mardi Downs Patricia Dunwoody Tomi Elliott Gene Ellis Debra Elrod Nancy Espy Janice Fleeman Susan Fouts Lynn Frampton Claudia Garrett Paula Giannoni Helene Goldberg Gail Goldstein Peggy Gooch Bonnie Goodman Lucia Graham Michelle Green Andree Grogan Beth Graves Beth Hamilton Susan Hammom Kathy Hancock Vicki Harrison Pearl Hawkins Lee Hayes Susie Henard Debra Henderson Vice-president: Vicki Lovett Elizabeth Holbrood Margaret Holloway Cynthia Hornberger Mary Howard Barbara Hughes Emily Hutchins Gail lssacs Jane Johnson Kimley Johnson Elizabeth Jones Susan Kaap Linda Kight Lisa Klotwog Kathy Lamb Melissa Lanard Stella Lany Marilyn LeCroy Renee Legato Shirley Libby Abby Lillethan Vicki Lorett Margaret McGaughey Brenda McMahon Kathy McQuaig Margaret Mader Kathy Mathis Gayle Mendel Janet Michaels Denise Miller Ann Miser Connie Moore Carol Morris Merrill Morris Sherry Moses Doris Murray Janet Newsome Marilyn Overall Catherine Pagano Jeanne Parramore Sandie Parrish Gayle Pence Patricia Penland Julianne Piggotte Ellen Pinckney Elizabeth Reed Cindy Rhodes Beverly Rollins Karen Ruppersburg Elizabeth Seigler Mary Self Dayle Simms Sherri Slavin Benna Solomon Cheryl Staton Julie Summers Susan Swint Nancy Swygert Carol Taylor Q.. I or W if W te My B J get J -4 W 6 Secretary: Sherry Moses Treasurer: Mardi Downs Karen Temple Vicki Thompson Pamela Threlkeld Deborah Tolley Patty Tootle Lucy Trammel Suzanna Traywick Deborah Tucker Susan Tucker Pam Van Pelt Jane Veliky Pamlea Uhl Frances Wade Janice Walls Carol Walter Lois Watkins Gretchan Watson Bonnie Wilkes Roxie Wingate Delores Wong Susan Woods Anne Wolensky Paula Walker Karen Yarnell Donna Young Ann Yow Betsy Zuck Z CLUB President: Ellen Pinckney Vice-President: Mary Williams Secretary: Susan Parrish Treasurer: Anne Butler Elaine Bunn Anne Butler Cathy McQuaig Abbie Miller Cathie Oglesby Susan Parrish Ellen Pinckney Karen Ruppersburg lean Struble Gay Tucker Mary Williams Betsy Zuck Yrs' MORTAR BOARD President: Mary Sullivan Vice-President Ann Hailey Secretary: Helen Bird Treasurer: Pam Wooten Peggy Ahrenhold Helen Bird Nancy Baxter Kitty Blissit Carol Clark Patti Clark Terri Clark Lynn Gamble Ann Hailey Dana Howard Carol Roberts Mary Sullivan Susan Weinberger Pam Wooten 1 f' ' 'kpifffi ,"'f'. :'!fq5.", , A .- -. -"Y r"fF"'-fi' "'42'fz.,- c K ' ' f . , 1 -,4 ,,,,-41. x, A 1- ' AP 'fl' .I ', ', ' Y'-rf ' I "A,,'!'1 4. 17 -wtf: ' s , 4. D- . ith g6':,l, If 5 MH - 1f.""r' wi' GREEK HORSEIVIEN Tommy Boydston Jim Kennedy Bob Killian 9. h' ' ' , rgy- f-,,,, 4- A 4. . 'nn . .Qv9"-'U .-,,,'oy"1' 2- 5 if ', ," A Y I ' . . , '1r'57Pf'5w"""f1-- .. . , , ' 4' ' . i itil ,i.f 'f'1f"tx'll4l4'tc116oAnIbnovell!!lilevllvavsoc 5 oooovallvUI7TU'T'YI'T?7YY'MYYY BLUE KEY Charles Hall - President Bob Tritt - Vice-President Tony Morris - Secretary Art Ryder - Treasurer K J ' Lenny Ellsperman Donnie Wilburn Tommy Melo Louis Newsome Bobby Tankersley lack Hancock Alan Najiar Ed Hill David Burch Carl Westmoreland Herbert Bond Boyd R. Parker lim Cline Ray Fowler lim Kennedy Fred Manget Ken Willis Charles Orck Bill Phillippe Bob Killian Frank Gilleland Mike Johnson Bill Langley Tony Morris loe Fowler Guerry Doolittle Jimmy Rich Art Ryder Steve Patrick Pat Swindall Tom Landrum loel Wooten ,-.iz -.4-.f X., 7.44 ,Q 9 President: John Carter Vice-president: Tom Fitzgerald Secretary: Linda Stringer Reporter: Neel Ackerman ' Historian: Mary Faucher l U Robert Barnes Vic Bateh Steve Bell Michael Blalss Richard Blitz Hal Brown James Bumgartner if David Capello Mike Carr Gary Daniels Charles Duncan John Duttenharer Thomas Estes Ray Fowler Larry Gattis Susan Gibson Allen Goodrich ,J O1 JC Ben Graves Gene Griner Roy Moody liogndritliokseii ALP H A E I N D me N'00'e 3 .V ow Sherry McQuowan Calvin Jackson Ray Pans Lorainne JHJTICS Howard Kurtzman Gene Long Terry Parkman Barbara lones Steren Lee Mike Luke Ben Patrick Steve Jones Bill Lloyd Brown Manning Bm Revel Samuel Richwine iii 4 +.- QP, 'g+"Q-X -, in N, ee - N-ox OMICRON DELTA KAPPA President: Frank Butler Vice-President: Bob Tritt Treasurer: Jimmy Rich Darrel Begnaud Frank Butler Price Corr Guerry Doolittle Robert Fortson Joe Fowler Brooks Franklin Frank Gilleland Charles Hall Earl Harris E50 Malcolm McArthur Tom Nash Charles Orck Jimmy Rich Art Ryder Pat Swindall Bob Tritt Jim Watrous Joel Wooten Mike Wright Q 1' I Steve Schuette Dennis Spencer James Sutton Terri Trippe Larry Townsend Dennis Weatherford Jim Whitehead Janice Willingham . J Y 'Pt' we Gene Weeks Joel Wooten lim Wyatt Carl Westmoreland Mike Wright Kim Yancy BIFTAD Tommy Melo - President Ken Willis - Vice-President Omar Naiiar -Secretary Bob Reinhardt - Treasurer Greg Ainsworth James Altenbach Rick Arnold Randy Blackwood Bill Bradbury Frank Butler lim Butler lim Callison lim Cline Bill Condon Price Corr Steve Dalton Ed Dunbar loe Fowler Ray Fowler Mike Haggety lack Hancock Woody Hunt Robert Hunter Ted Kassinger Bob Killian Tom Landrum Jim Langford Bill Langley Fred Manget Tony Morris Alan Najjar Ray Nelson Fred Newman Charles Orck Ray Paris John Parker Brent Patrick Steve Patrick lim Purnell Sam Richwine Tommy Rogers Art Ryder Terry Sullivan Pat Swindall Bob Tritt BETA GAMMA SIGMA was wie Beta Gamma Sigma is the national honor society in business. lts purposes are to encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishment among students ot business administration, to promote the advancement of education in the art and science of business, and to foster integrity in the conduct of business operations. wig UNIVERSITY UNION Little Big lVlan - Road Rally - Art Exhibits Loggins gl Messina - Ruby Red's - Gameroom Gimme Shelter Coffeehouse - The Beach Boys Alvin Toffler - Ryan's Daughter - Puppet Show The Doobie Brothers - International Gift Bazaar Mary Ann Coleman - Godspell - Legion Pool Bridge Tournaments - B. B. King - Billy lack Storyville Jazz Band - Children's Christmas Party Career Carnival - lVlicropolis - Bridal Fair information Center - Art Sale - Hans Holzer Billy Preston - Stephen Stills - The Fox Feast of Bacchus - Hockey Game Trip Blood Drive - New York Pro lVlusical - Bananas lVlcCabe and Nlrs. Nliller - Curtis lVlayfield Kite Building and Flying Contest - Klute 2 NX ' y X f X N XQ' Z Z UNIVERSITY UNION President: Carol Clark Executive Vice-president: Tommy Melo Vice-president for Finance: Greg Ainsworth Brent Patrick, Coordinator of Cultural Affairs Sue Tuggle, Coordinator ot Fine Arts David Wansley, Coordinator of Public Relations David Romeo, Coordinator of Cinematic Arts Abbie Miller, Coordinator of Entertainment Kaye Yearty, Coordinator of Special Events Linda Harris, Coordinator of Recreation Kathy Ogle-sby, Coordinator of Ideas and Issues Fred Newman, Student at Large 3 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION EZBTW l an-rv"' il F1 , W -, ---'T'-'71 JT- "fl --f -A e fv-117:-v I -fe ' .Zan 1 X ' Tift v will R 1-4- Q ....-an-9-f I 4,,. 1 '95-as E 511 -le' - , -yes, President: Joe Fowler Vice President: Jim Cline Secretary: Cindy Mercer 2' XX. r""' 'vw-Q or 4 ., EXECUTIVE CABINET Minister to University Relations: Ted Kassinger Minister to Business and Finance: Lee Cook Advisor to Auxilary Enterprizes: Johnny Griffin Minister to Academic Affairs: Elaine Bunn Advisor to Faculty Course Evaluation: Rob Thomson Minister to Athletics: Glen Goodman Advisor to Intercollegiate Athletics: Kelly Browning Minister to Community Relations: Steve Kendrick Minister to Student Placement and Aid: Anne Butler Minister to Public Safety: Travis Howe Minister to Student Affairs: lim Langford Advisor to Black Student Affairs: Andriena Sims Advisor to Veteran's Affairs: Vince King Advisor to Married Students: Craig Presley Advisor to Woman's Affairs: Peggy Mehaig Minister to Campus Planning: lim Riordan Minister to Housing: lohn Dultenhaver Minister to Alumni Relations: Cathie Oglesby Minister to Communications: Fred Newman Minister to Health Services: Debbie Currier eel! STUDENT JUDICIARY ludicial Council Earl D. Harris, Chief Justice Judy Durrance, Clerk Charles A. "Tony" Morris Ellen Pinckney Ed Tante Alonzo Wilson Ae UYYX Adel.-ls MAIN COURT Robbie Carroll, Chief Justice Steve Dalton, Chief Justice John Kilmer, Chief Justice Jeannie Dutton Gina Dyke Cindy Fryer Debbie Gay John Gilleland John-Paul Glenky Marsha Goldberg Gloria Lewis Jim McKenzie Kathy McNally Tommy Melo Brent Patrick Tory Raichlen Laura Simpkins Tommy Thompson, Chief Justice Mary Williams CAMPUS COURT Andrea Lee Axelson lo Bracken Alletta Roxanne Christenson Lynne Cunningham James Edward Demblin Patricia Palms Barbara Sharit Roy Tritt, Presiding Justice Linda McRorie, Presidinglustice TRAFFIC COURT Frank Beltran Sunny Dodson Mike Haggarty Barry Harris Bill McCally Douglas Rhodes Bill Tribble Ron Womack Bob Reinhardt K ff' ,. Ng. DESY' Ji .. N3 n , X5-i .R y? N36 ..: , I , afjti EDUCATION Marti Chew Nancy Cline Becky Flinchum Barbara Haddle Patty Lower Virginia McGuffey Anne Portertield Karen Skinner Rebecca Thomas nrt Q ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN PHARMACY Frank Guiliano Mabry Herndon Jay Scott Edward Hill FORESTRY VETERINARY MEDICINE Steve C. Smith Randy Brown William S. Smith Ed Davidson HOME ECONOMICS Joel Collins Kristen Buftone Randy Hansen Donna Pass STUDENT SENATE President: Art Ryder Recording Secretary: Anne Porterfield Corresponding Secretary: Andrea Frahler Treasurer: David Burch AGRICULTURE Russell Brooks Bobby Tankersley John McKissick BUSINESS Herbert Bond David Burch Randy Fields Jack Hancock Daniel Hughes Tommy Lord Sam Magruder JOURNALISM Leslie Becnel Anne Benefield Pam McDonald U " l like MMI' Wi. we A 1339212155 law Swami '1 H332 SHWRS: 1 ," Jie H 1 'll . ?tW ' T WI GRADUATE Wayne J. Balkcum Sam Davis Frank Guilleland Charles Hall Steve Harvey Cynthia Kilsow Arthur Lavallee Stephen Letzsch Louis Newsome Jimmy Rich Steve Saunders Donnie Wilburn Mike Wright ARTS 8 SCIENCES James Archer David Bell Helen Bird Jim Chamberlin Jennifer Chester Susan Fansler Andrea Frahler RayFowler Woody Fraser Mollie McLott Keith Melton Robert Mumtord Omar Naiiar Steve Patrick J. Peacock Karen Ruppersburg Art Ryder Patricia Smith Rosemary Shade Ben Williams Patricia Wright 595 F- vvef' ' ' r . Mar, E F, , 2 Q fr' ,,.x.f fe 'fi - - Hg . W.. UNIVERSITY CHORUS Randy Andre Mike Andrews Mary Atkinson Libby Bailey Eve Bargmann Julie Barnwell Vance Barnwell Ella Sue Baughman Cathy Bridges Catherine Campbell Bonnie Carlton Mike Chalker Kaye Compton Daryl Daniel Dickie Davis Katherine Davis Pam Davis Laura Deubler Tuhti Damon Joan Dixon Margaret Doerler Anne Dukes Kathy Eicher Mike Epps UU Louise Evans Paul Evelyn Mike Exner Leanne Fjetland Eddie Floyd Gall Fordham Elliot Frank Bob Garrett Debbie Gibbs Nenssa Golatt Frank Green Dianne Hadsell Debbie Hammond Susan Harris Anne Hayes Jimmy Haynes Curt Heavy Rose Hicks Russell Hinton Beth Howard Candle Howard Melodie Howard Mary Humphries Dianne Husbands Bill Jarrett Kim Johnson Anita Jones Freddy Jones Karen Jones Ron Jones Mary Ann Kessler Kathleen Kohn Dixie Krasnoft Duida Landis Jay Lee Dana Lindsay Chris Lindstrom Teri Lippman Lesley Lottis Micky Lyle Miriam McArthur Debbie McCoy Sherrie McDaniel Tori McKillip Joe McLaughlin Collen McLemore Cheryl Mann Deanie May Ron Jones - President Rose Hicks - Vice-President Deanie May Pam Davis - Secretary Treasurer Marianne May Collen Moore Jocelyn Moore Kathleen Moran Joyce Morelock Emily O'Herron Peggy Owens Denise Parr Martha Parten Paul Phelps Kathy Pinion Judy Pitts Jim Quinn Robert Ray Andee Reed Cindy Russell Sherry Scott Rosemary Shade Ken Shaw Eddie Simmons Kaye Simons Sam Singer Van Skytord Arnold Smith Lewis Smith Owen Smith Marty Snowden Florence Snyder Charlotte Sparrowhawk Sharyn Stansell Carolyn Stewart Alison Stone Jean Struble Jim Suggs Kim Wachsman Tom Warne Robert Wayne Laura White Marilyn White Daryl Wilson Mary Linda Wilson Susie Wolter Bobby Woods Rhonda Wright Karen Yearty June Zachary V35 IVlEN'S GLEE CLUB President: Chris Lindstrom Vice President: Charlie Johnson Secretary: Doug Hahn Alumni Secretary: Rick Hutto Historian: Bill Bryan Operations Manager: Frank Green Director: Dr. E. Pierce Arant, Jr. Assistant Director: Dick Burrell Accompanist: Lewis Smith Assistant Accompanist: Robert Ray Dennis Allen Ronald Anderson Dean Brown Tony Carter Randy Christian Donald Clarke David Codgell Daryl Daniels David Davenport Thomas Davis Herb DeLeGal Robert Dinwiddle William Edwards Jr. Todd Erickson Eddy Floyd Jon Forrester Clarke Fortson Raymond Fowler William Gaither X Nan. W Benjamin Graves John Guyer Ben Howell Christopher lnhulsen David Jones James Jones Jr. George Jones David Kruger Mike Lacher James Martin Alan Malis David McAlister Steve McElroy Bob McWhorter Steve Merritt Paul Mize Billy Munn Harry Musselwhite Jr. Ricky Ownes William Parsons Jr. Richard Poole William Pope Alan Rigsby James Riley Donald Roberson Tony Rucker Milton Sams Anthony L. Shannon Van David Shepherd Victor Doyle Singleton, Jr Lewis Sligh David Stewart Anthony James Thomas ll John P. Tsao Robert Vannah Tom Warne Robert Wayne Jack Winchester -Q... 6 JDLPHIN CLUB President - Cheryl Mann Vice-president - Jane Adams Secretary - Ginger Mayne Treasurer - Cassie Henderson Jan Adams Jane Adams Debby Allen Susan Andrews Kay Augustine Ann Austin Henrietta Arnold Jan Bailie Shirley Blakewood Linda Coombs Cindy Fletcher Geneen Gibson Linda Griften Holly Hayden Eloise Hayes Cassie Henderson Terri Hobgood Wilma Hutchinson Doris Jacobs Nina Long Ee? ' it ' 9 rig i V F S325 1 I 4 T, E-, ,I Q, Shelley Lyman Cheryl Mann Ginger Mayne Barbara McCutchen Patty McHugh Cindy Adams Jan Amato Nancy Andre Kathy Andrews Barbara Barron Nancy Blackston Nancy Bobbitt Pat Brandon Debbie Braziel Margaret Breedlove Betty Brewer Barbara Brown Debbie Brown Su Butler Joan Campbell Ann Carter Johanna Clements Nancy Crist Patti Davenport Deb Davis Connie Dyer Sandi Ganus Debbie Gay Dorothy Greene Linda Hall Elaine Harris Preston Hawkins Mary Anne Hays Debbie Hicks Nancy Holton f I x ,, an Peggy Inman Georgia Jordan Loette Joyner Karen King Julie King Janet Lee Andrea Logue Joy Long Sally Mabry Nancy Mitchell Kris Montgomery Debbie Neely Carol Newsome Tina Perrott Patti Price Laura Reeves Gerri Sabot Terry Sand Jo Shealy Lisa Singleton Sally Smalley Julie Smith Diane Smock Shearin Teague Nancy Thompson Lynn Wall Gina West Mary Jane West Laura Whatley Debbie Wright Becky Nye Mary Kay Ott Connie Ohlman Susan Harper Jane Pearson Carol Priegal Sharon Roberts Brenda Segall Patty Shanks Kay Tiblier Kathy Schrieman Pat Tracy Betsy Weaver Carrie Ann Whidden Jane Kimbrell -i .3 .H BELLE CORPS A 'U 5 S-'-' '. " . " ' - 'Pei 7?'1S-s"v 19 my Nancy Bobbitt - Commander Barbara Brown - Secretary Loette Joyner - Lt. Commander Preston Hawkins - Treasurer 185.-5.15 Pl.. V' 52 "'.' vX"'B'7?f'f'a ' xxx 1. .Q . H 11 ', Nigga . . gg ' A -,ifr.'i"V?'n UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA Roger L. Dancz, Directorof Bands. H 1 74. G' Phyllis Dancz, Supervisor ofTwirling Units L I Ed Bridges, Personnel Manager Huey Kent, Drillmaster REDCOAT BAND OFFICERS Hubert Cross, Captain Greg Price, Assistant Captain M' K gh 2 ,M-wwf' W Nancy Collier, Social ff, Carl Duyck, Social Annette George, Alumni Kathy Gerald, Historian Tom Stone, Special Projects left King, Special Projects Debbi Montgomery, Majorette Captain Beth Kergosien, Lt. Majorettes lanice Sheridan, Co-Captain Elaine Kelly, Co-Captain Patti Rich, Lts. Georgettes Dorinda Gilmore, Lts. Georgettes Chris Clark, Drum Major Cookie French, Solo Twirler VARSITY BAND OFFICERS Barbara Bennett, President Charles Davis, Vice-President Beth Bussell, Sec-Treas. Karen Adsit Russ Adsit Randy Andre Bob Andrews Helen Arnold June Arnold David Baccus Anne Bandy Bob Barnett Ted Barnett OFORQXIC Barbara Barron Deborah Beall Robert Bean Alice Beaudrot Baxter Bedell Bonnie Belcher LuAnn Bell Rachael Benator Barbara Bennett Bruce Black Paul Blicksilver Nancy Bobbitt Gary Boehmer Chris Bohannon Stephanie Boyles Debbie Bragdon Blake Brantley David Brown Goodwin Bryan Ralph Bryant Emily Burk Danny Burke Leslie Burnett Christy Burroughs Beth Bussell Tom Butchko Buddy Byrd Marcia Cansdale Vicki Carleton Susan Carrier Wayne Cartledge Norman Cary Charles Cheney Kathy Chester Susan Chester Chris Clark Tim Cleveland David Cogdell Nancy Collier David Collins Ann Conaway Rhonda Cook Greg Copeland Hubert Cross Ken Cross Bob Crow Beth Crumley Steve Dancz Charles Davis Sam Davis Thomas Davis Phyllis Day Russell Day Sam Dillender Cynthia Dion Beth Duncan Emeral Duncan Carl Duyck Gary Edenfield Kathy Edwards Melanie Edwards Cassandra Ellis Tim Embry Danny Emerick Nina Evans Susan Everett Mike Exner Raleigh Faircloth Donnee Farris Donna Finney lohn Fite Debbie Floyd Kyle Forinash Cookie French John Gable Steve Gaultney Annette George Seasan George Kathy Gerald Paula Giannoni Terry Gilmer Dorinda Gilmore Cheryl Gosa Rhonda Gowen Debbie Greene Angela Gresham Martha Guftin Lucy Gustafson Sharon Hahne GBE Cathy Hancock Dee Dee Hammons Jay Harriman Joann Hart James Haynes Robin Hein Cathy Helms Jonathan A. Herz Caron Hinton Joan Holland Tom Hooks Ellen Horton Jeff Howard Melodie Howard Patrick Howard Chris Hudson Raymond Hughes Karen Hurt Robin Hutchins Rick Hutto Ted Hyde Judy Johns Bucky Johnson Linda Johnson Susan Johnson Susanne Jolley David Jones Saunders Jones Elaine Kelley Rhonda Kelley Beth Kergosien Carla Kesterson Lyn Kight Pat Kight Jett King Rachel King Barbara Klein Ruth Ann Kleinsteuber Lisa Lacher Mike Lacher Ann Lawson David Lea Georgia Lee Jim Littlefield Danny Lockridge Linda Long Deena Loper Katri Lumsden Keith McBurnett John McElveen John McKinney Dick McLean Rick McTyre Chico Mabry Terri Martin Danny Mashburn Susan Mauldin Pat Meadors Cindy Mercer Mary Ann Miles Dales Miller Nancy Miller Sharon Miller Vicki Moeszinger Debbi Montgomery David Morgan Susan Morgan Diane Moricle Merrill Morris Billy Munn Stan Muse Kim Neal Rick Netzley Ed Norwood Eddie Norwood Richard 0'Neill Bonnie Palmer Allan Parham Craig Parker Susan Parrish Linda Paulk John Payne Jim Peay Lynn Peay Rick Peckham Penny Penland James Perry Ken Pilgrim John Plunkett Richard Poole James Powers Greg Price Debra Pritchett James Proctor Priscilla Rayburn Mary Joe Repass Patti Rich Stanley Richards David Rigby Alan Rigsby Rick Riley Tommy Roberson Jim Roberts Mike Roberts Anne Roesel Robi Rowell Jeff Sanchez Harriett Scott Richard Shaw Bobby Sheppard Janice Sheridan Sandra Sikes Jim Sims Scott Slade Lew Sligh Larry Smith Nancy Smith Ann Sonders Monica Sorrells Ray Spires Stuart Stanley Paul Stansel CONCERT BAND ,Q .W Varsity Band David Stewart Mary Jane Stewart David Stone Pat Stone Tom Stone Karen Storey Travis Storey Jim Suggs Debbie Surplus Janet Sweat Pam Tartaglia Dana Taylor li' Charles Thompson Elaine Timmerman Shelley Turner Ed Underwood Gwen Underwood Blair Vaughan Judy Walker Susanne Walker Kim Warden Mark Watkins Warren Welllord Deanna Whelchel Leigh White Day Whitehead Carla Williams Renee Williamson John Wills Larry Worhty Joy Wynn David Wynne Beverly York Roy Ziering Whig ,El ,9,f.f'w-'Q 1 v-gi:-14 11,1 Q xg! N- Q, K 2 PEW' Cookie French, Solo Twirler rd'Y:ww,gm A .Ku .Q M.,,. rr 'Quin .." " . Mmm ul 3 Chris Clark, Drum Major 653 LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA President: Victoria White Vice-president: lo Bandy Secretary: lan Pack Secretary: lanet Reed Treasurer: Gail Reynolds M 66 Mike Adams Don Allmond Ron Angotta Allen Baldwin Michael Barwick lim Braziel Danny Brogdon Lyndon Bryson Emile Carr loe Chastain Grant Clark Danny Clower Douglas Cochran Glenn Coker Mike Cummings Clint Drane Ned Giles Carey Hall Tim Hansford lohn Havron Don Holliday Harry lohnson Bob lones Inman Kile Ralph Kitchens David Leitch Mike Lillard lim Martin Beth Arwood Gena Gladden lo Bandy Gail Hall Mary Bretz Rita Hall Gail Bobbitt Dottie Hamilton Carol Sassor Susan Camron Sharyl Hamilton Samee Smith Kathy Collier Melondy Higgins Karen Ussery Nancy Cornell Cindy Hollingsworth Vicki White Susan Day Miriam Hunter Betty Durham lan Pack Melanie Fawcett lanet Reid PHI DELTA CHI President: lim Tucker Vice-president: Bill Brewster Secretary: lim Stowe Treasurer: Kerry Plemmons Art Moody Ricki Oliver Walter Pease Lewis Powell Len Renolds Tony Romans Walter Saunders Guy Seymour Sam Strickland Phil Talley Dean Telford Merrill Tindall Greg Toole Ken Trapnell Tommy Wilbanks Don Wilson Julian Hill Hugh Hocker Ed Justice Dudley Lambert Butch Loyd Chip McClanahan 1 !j30kVdwXX Mike L. McGee Larry Miller Phil Myrick Merril Norton Bobby Orr Bob Richardson N' sex ,. , J Carl Stanley Tommy Talton Bob Ward Mitchell Ward Joseph R. Williams Olin Wilson s egg 'LDL i , itll? td!-'- KAPPA PSI John M. Eillington -President Terry Jones - Vice-President Gary Shipp - Secretary lohn McManus -Treasurer Michael Belcher Sammy Brown Wayne Bruce Ken Burnette Derrel Carter James Collins Grant Dooley Greg Drexler James Friedlander Buddy Goins Emory R. Griffin Mabry Hearndon Ronnie Higgins Arthur Hill Ed Hill RHO CHI President: R. David Mize Vice President: Johnny Glenn Evans Secretary: Edward Melvin Hill Treasurer: Sammy L. Ogden William Fleming Brewster Mack Edwin Caylor Hugh Baisel Cromer, lr. Paul Gregory Drexler Johnny Glenn Evans Charles Joseph Fievet Suzanne Howell Foss Charles Eugene Fuller Richard Earl Gammans Barbara Smith Goodwin Carlile Robert Grey Ill Edward Melvin Hill Robert Harry Hunter Malcolm Dodd Jenkins Janice Farrar Kimbro Emmett Edward King Shiao-Huan Ann Ku Dudley Lambert Billy Durand Maddox Roger David Mize Sammy L. Ogden Kerry Edward Plemmins Ralph Wade Swann Charles Maxwell Thomas Gregory Scott Toole Elizabeth Campbell Vaughn Geng-Shuen Wu 67 E Nancy Barton Roger Baty Cheryl Bradley Harrison Bradley Russell Brooks Randy Brown Rod Brown Kristen Butlone Mark Childs Gary Cochran Chap Cromley Ed Davidson Willard Dukes Steve Evans David Ferrell Stenette Flemmen Chris Furman Hershell Gutherie Ann Hurst lulie Hyle Mary lackson Lea La March Randy Lewis David Loughridge Teresa Marsden Dan McGlynn Ronnie Mclntosh lohn Mcltissick THE GEORGIA fs AGRICULTURIST Editor Ellen Pinckney Leon Alligood Chuck Anderson Nancy Barton Tom Bradford Barry Budolt Maribeth Castellaw Susan Champion Greg Colquitt Hub Daniel Paul Eason Lon Gibson Coleman Hadden Lynwood Hall Ken Lucia Beth Moore Chuck O'Conner Cheryl Rees Tom Ridgway Kenny Robison Carol Shaw Steve Smith ludy Starr 96 wiv ,I A asia :WNW AG H I LL CO U N CIL iff?STZQSQZTIDELTZKVZLTSZ, Susan Moss Russell Moye Randy Nuckolls Donna Pass Robbie Paxton Tom Ridgeway Steve C. Smith Randy Sodoma loe Stubberfield Clyde Taylor Roger Thigpen Richard Van Guys ,r .J 7' 1. Walsh Larry Wilson Harold Wilson lohn Worley Barrentine Eutychus Rickey Allen T Barnie Beasley Richard Davis Thomas Allen Ricky Boswell Andy Deal Clem Anthony Paul Brown Rod Drake Jonnie Arnold Mark Childs Johnnie Batten Sim Christie Patrick Flanders Francisco Rolandi Thomas Sprouse George Turner William Seaton William Stephens Raleigh Wilcox James Shealy Randall Strange Harry Williams James.SingIetary Thomas Stubbs Joe Sloan Walter Thomas AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS President: Kenny Wills Vice President: Tony Lastinger Secretary: Achie Lee Treasurer: Merrill Ward Randy Glisson James Hardy Sam Hilton Mark Hollingsworth Steve Hopkins Charles Huff Joe Humphrey Maimudin Jesani Steve Knisel Michael Lane Huey Lastinger Tony Lastinger Archie Lee Chuck Lee Clayton Mabry James McCallum James McElroy Charles McGee George McKemie Joe Meadow Marchas Mejia Russell Moye Steve Newberry Ken Obenauf Carl Paschal Ricky Peterson Richard Rogers Charles Ruark Jeff Shadrick Edwin Silvey Charels Summer Roger Taft James Thigpen Tommy Thompson Joe Tyner Tommy Varner Merrill Ward Ed Watz Kenny Wills John Worley Dempsey Wright AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS President: Coleman Hadden Vice-President: David Loughridge Secretary: Robert Padomski Treasurer: Herbert Daniel Henry Anderson Roy Barefield Dock Bond Fred Hammock James Hancock Kirby Hayes Kenneth Breedlove Larry Hayes Charles Cross Thomas Davis Herman DeLaigle James Eubanks Calvin Fleming Frank Fleming James George Thomas Gibbs Richmon Goggans Hershell Guthrie M. L. Hall Harry Holton Robert Holton George Johnson Anthony Mangrum Laurence Massey Charles Nuckolls William Parker Furman Piebles Curtis Quarrier Dana Rogers Thomas Rogers 69 E lGRO IVIONY CLUB -v , . ,H-is A President: Eddie Murray i, M A-3' ff , Vice President: David Weaver 'v . fig' 21 Q QQ... Q -1- . .,-- Secretary: M. L. Hall Y' ' . - I, J ,U S Q -- S. -' .i Treasurer: Ben Deal L A J , I We ' T' - " J 1 1 '-ff ' f 1 V Roger Baty J Buddy Boyette xv I Jon Bulkeley Dennis Carlson Winston Clark Ben Deal Julian Drelich James Fountain Chris Furman Coleman Hadden Ken Hafner M, L. Hall Gary Jones Kenneth Lucia Dave Miller Eddie Murray Charles Pannebaker Charles Peace Dale Rackney Ronald Sheffield Don Spencer X ffl Bobby Tankersly Warren Thygesen FOOD SCIENCE President: Richard VanGys Vice President: Susann Creasy Secretary: Robert Watrous Treasurer: James Lenahan Abollazl Azhar Mehet Can Baser Beverly A. Bauer John Bergh Thomas C. Bradford, Jr. Mark R. Callaway Woon S. Chan Kuneyu Chang Ruey-Ruey Chang Yaw-yen L. Chuang David A. Conine Ronald J, Cox Susann Creasy Howard K. Davenport Juenchin J. Deng Mari-Jo Dryden William J. Edmonds Yahya M. El Gallali Gail A. Euler Elizabeth Gable Linda V. Glanlon X A ti--he David Weaver Harold Wilson Tommy Wilks Larry Wilson '95 Thaddeus Graboski 'F Robert Hegge Janice A. Henderson Larry G. Hundyiz Richard L. Johnson Brenda Joiner Thorsteine Karlsson Paul Keida W. J. Kim Tyre C, Lanier James H. Lenahan lll Frank P. Mann Mitchell Miletsky Charles W, Monagle Andrew B. Moore , . Q 1 - --. Oliver R. Noyes 'H'-I HIELZLSNRDQLZWTIK Anna Reggufeggion B. Swaminathan Robert E. Watrous Kearney A' Rash A, E, Reymyldg Winton T. Teague Steven R.' Wheeler john R Rehberg Steven L, Ricg Louis S. Torsivia Chung-ming Wu Sergio .Restrepo Kenneth S' Rymal Richard L. VanGys Marilyn Yu V jghn P, Sheahan Michael N. Voigt Dr. C. J. B. Smit - Jr. Advisor Amy Steele Hueg-Chyun Wang Dr. D. A. Lillard - Sr. Advisor HORTICULTURE CLUB President: Robin Ackroyd-Kelly Vice-President: Dan McGlynn Secretary-Treasurer: Mary-Sue Kessler Reporter: Bill Rood Emily Adams Buddy Bailey Bruce Beecher Jim Callaghan Sarah Cason Paul Chmielewski Jim Conbey John Conrad Betsy Couchman Blanche Dansereau Jan Duffy Don Edwards Richard EDwards Richard Edwards Harold Franklin John Giles Terry Gleason Al Henderson Micky Hennings Kerry Hembel Dave Holliday Johnny Johnson Benny Kessler Hiram Larew John Lavrovsky Ron Lehtonen Ron Lockerman Jerry Long Phil McCabe Bob McGlemore Mr. 81 Mrs. Tom Mitchell Homer Moelchert Lane Mongold Larry Motsinger Frene Nelson Pat North S. l. Patel Ed Poenicke Bob Rice Stephen Santo Becky Smith Al Straaik Randy Swafford Nancy Trapnell Dick VanGys Robert Wolak Denny Lane DAIRY SCIENCE CLUB President: Robbie Paxson Vice-President: Clay Washburn Secretary: Nancy Winkler Treasurer: Everett William Ricardo Alcola George Amendolare Frank L. Bandy Major Bond Thomas A. Bongiomo Winston M. Bowen Larry 0. Branch Charles 0. Browder Bernard P. Burke William R. Coleman William J. Dell James C. Fincher Roger P. Frie Daniel Z. Greene Russell A. Harrell Brian C. Houlihan Phillip E. Hulsey Keri Martin Robbie Paxson Sidney 0'Steen Arirndbhai Patel Herberto J. Rios Charles B. Roberts James A. Smith William Stultz Stephen A. Thompson P. C. Vasavada Clinton J. Walesman Clay Washburn John E. Williams Harold M. Wilson Nancy E. Winkler Scott A. Wood Jaima Youngblood mtg PHI uPsiLoiv oiviicnoiv Vice President: Deborah Evans Secretary: Mary Helen Brasington Treasurer: Margo Greenberg Peggy Ahrenhold Cynthia Allen Nancy Barton Barbara Becker Elaine Bennett Denise Blankinship Mary Helen Brasington Jane Caldwell Cathy Cole Cindy Colmey Jean Colquett Teresa Cumuze Judy Cunningham Sandra Davis Beverly Dyer Carol Eggleston Deborah Evans Mary Anne Folkes Lynn Gamble Norma Green Margo Greenberg Margaret Hammond Donna Harpe Suzanne Harton Deborah Hodges 4-H CLUB President: Margo Perrow Vice-President: Randy Nuckells Secretary: Kay Williams Treasurer: Tommy Davis Leon Alligood Mickey Anderson Cheryl Bradley Pat Caldwell Maribeth Castellaw Beverly Clark Margaret Coleman Cindy Darden Janet Davis Phil Davis Tommy Davis Susan Everett Danelle Forehand James Fountain Mr. 8. 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'Q 9 Bob Smith Cathy Sparks Melanie Stevens Joe Tyner Pam Ward John Welch Kay Williams Denise Wyatt t xn to 1 ,f GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA President: Mary Ann Lang Vice-president: Tomi Elliott Secretary: Gail Kirk Linda Butson Carolyn Cable Tomi Elliott lan Hite Arlene House Gail Kirk Mary Ann Lang Kathy Sewell ALPHA PHI OMEGA Clay MCK9Y lulius Smith Steve Pearce David Stahl Billy POP? Don Taylor David Smith Chris Watson Marty Webber Bill Weise Craig Williamson Ben York President: Lee Reese Vice-president: Dave Emerson Vice-president: Stacy McDaniel Vice-president: Ken Burnette Treasurer: lon Rapaport Recording Secretary: Kass Cohen Parlimentarian: Michael Blaiss Historian: Barry Shiver Sweetheart: Tomi Elliott Ken Byrd lim Coulter Ken Deaton Larry Dewberry Ken Farrar Mike Freeman l. P. Glenkey Bob Hess Phil Holcombe Donnie Kelly Pete Kiernan lim Lawracy George Lee Gene Long Spence Mabry lim McDonald Buzz McFadden 73 DEMOSTHENIAN SOCIETY President: Michael R. Johnson Vice President: Linda Butson Secretary: Philip A. Kent Hugh Ansley Linda Butson Gene Christy David Crosby John Hillis Mike Johnson Phil Kent Ed Landau Mary Ann Lang Cindy Love Clay McKey Tom Mahler W. D. Moorhead Phil Sanderlin Charles Sheppard Charles Short Jim Smith John White Chuck Witcher Frank Westmoreland IISZISFSSIIZIZZIIIJIISZImme, AM ERI CAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION Secretary: Marty Holt Treasurer: Peter R. lodice, Jr. Marsha Akin Geo Boltwood David Boyce Phil Bradon Billy Campbell Patsy Clary Butch Costa Debbie Davis Richard Downer Doc Eldridge Tim Estes Robert Forehand Cone Galusha Debbie Gleeson Magaret Gude Hugh Gilbert Tim Harris Marty Holt Rod Jacobs Robert Kaurman Vicky Livester Mike Maisel Glenn Mixon Carol Morris Jim Orange IXIM John Reddock Fausta Rodriguez Robert Sappington Pat Williamson Pam Renlro Julia Sams Steve Wiggins Richard Yogmans LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE President: Monte Linn Vice-president: Perry Wood Secretary: Mark Zuraw Treasurer: Karen Phillips Sid Anderson Coy Ballard Frank Edwards left Gee William Gould Alton Kessler Brad Landen Caroline Mull Tom Pitts loe Sexton Connie Terry Kathy Trapnell Doug Warner PUBLIC RELATIONS President: Sally Bunker Vice-president: Bill Kesler Secretary: Hall Chambless Treasurer: David Wansley Dianne Belch Nancy Bunker loan Crutchfield loe Cullens Barbara Frazier Barbara Goddard Rick Gower Mike Henderson Edwina Hester Nancy Hurt Kathryn Ingram Alan lohnson lane Kohr Teresa Marsden Bob Nolan Art Rauschenberg Connie Simpson Maynard Waters 7 BRUMBY ASSEMBLY President: Marsha Cline Vice President: Susan Hammons Secretary: Ellen Gottlieb Treasurer: Michele Ravita F- ,S Monica Abroms Barbara Alexander Linda Altman Cathy Baker Virginia Beck Toni Bloos Lisa Bishop Pat Bishop Sally Burton Ellen Carr loanne Carr Nancy Cline Claudia Cobb Jeanette Conner Gail Costley Aimee Cox Dee Dee Durden Debra Foster Marcia Garner Kathie Kessler Maridonna Lewis BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Kathy Hatch - President Ray Brown - Vice-President Marty Lawrence - Secretary Michelle Brunair Glenn Carter Margie Freeman Mary Griffin Doug Hahn lones Hooks Abbie Johnson Alan Melton Pete Parks Mitchell Reddish Pat Thornton Phil Weatherford Nancy Wilbanks M76 'xv' 'F' IA r lr' Karen Mallehan Laura Pickering Terri Stevens Nora McChesney Dianne Proctor Janice Underwood Prissy McKinney Debbie Robinson lane Veliky Kyle Osburn 1anetSteeles Kim Warden l PHI BETA LAMBDA President: Jones Hooks Linda Bishop Ernie Blackburn Brenda Bladwin Patti Bowdre Shelia Bradley Ellen Bush Shelia Cleveland Carole Davis Pam Davis Sandra Fleming Pam Green Janice Gurley Gary Henderson Shelia Jackson Gail James Debbie Johnston Debby Jones J Estella Ramirez i Gerri Shapiro A Dale Smith i Susan Turner Ronnie Watson Eddie Welborn Kaye Wood DEFENDER ADVOCATE " yt SDCIETY W' ff TN Director: Fred Miles Assistant Director: Rhonda McCollum 2 Assistant Director: Lisa Reisman Assistant Director: Fred Kramer Bill Adams Pat McGuffey Lori Berg Bill McKenzie Harvey Brown Fred Miles Henry Childs Lisa Reisman Dale Davenport Phil Sheehan David Gillon Andy Sims Richard Gordon Bill Smith Janet Jordan David Stahl Fred Kramer Bonnie Wilson Rhonda McCollum Robin Wyatt 773 STUDENT PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION Mike Adams Yewell Adams Craig Altman Beth Arwood Charles Baker Margaret Baker Jo Bandy Steve Bannister P. Bird Gail Bobbltt Ralph Bowers Jim Braziel Richard Bright Danny Brogdon Ken Burnetle Ronnie Cain John Clements Elizabeth Clesen Glenn Coker Kathy Collier Nancy Cornell Mike Cummings Louis Dalton Grant Dooley M If-S Betty Durham Johnny Evans Melanie Fawcett James Fleming Kathy Foster Marlon Freeman Phil Glazner Buddy Goins Emory Griffin Rita Hall Dottie Hamilton Sharyl Hamilton Beverly Higdon Ronnie Higgins Hugh Horker Henry Jew Bob Jones Andy Ledford Margaret McMullen Mary Marks Jimmy Maxwell Larry Miller Roger Maze Charles Moore Henry Nix Micheal Norman Bobby Orr Janice Pack Deborah Pardice Walter Pease Kerry Plemmons Ronald Rains Sonya Reagin Ron Reece Michael Reed Lee Reese Janet Reid Gail Reynolds Len Reynolds Marsha Rikard Tony Romans Dale Ruggles Suzanne Sailers Carol Sasser Guy Seymour Stephen Sherling Garry Shipp Samee Smith President: Kerry Plemmons Internal Vice President: Samee Smith External Vice President: Johnny Clements Corresponding Secretary: Hugh Hocker Recording Secretary: Garry Shipp Bill Spruill Jim Stowe Bonny Straker Sam Strickland Ken Trapnell Jim Tucker Karen Ussery Robert Warren Janet Webb Homer Whelchel Cindy Whiddon Vicki White Charlene Wonderly Rebecca Woodard Bob Richardson Anita Richardson Walter Saunders Gordon Grant Steve Gay Olin Wilson Dudley Lambert Miriam Hunter Mabry Herndon Gena Gladin John McManus Pam McNew Grady Strom Richard Griffin Barry Prince Raymond Granger Robert Howard WOMEN'S GLEE C Loretha Akins Patricia Barber Molly Batts Kitty Blissit Carol Bohnert Nancy Brown Felecia Bryan Nina Burton Catherine Cameron Nancy Carney Ginger Cecil Donna Christian Kathy Clary Eugenia Dambrosio Paula Ellington Rachel Flowers Caroline Folger Katie Folwell Annette Ford Barbara Frazier Janice Fulbright Denise Griffith Rebecca Hair France Harriman LUB Anna Harwell Patsy Hudson Sheila Hunter Beth Hurst Robin Hutchins Anita Jones Martha King Kathee Kosiorek Dixie Krasnoff Connie Little Catherine Lanktord .Q X, , President: Janice Fullbright Secretary: Kitty Blissit Vice-president: Connie Moore Robin Lassiter Janet Mainor Helen Millican Connie Moore Denise Parks Rose Peavy Susan Pennington Janet Roth Gwen Scoggins Mary Sedlack Kathy Seybert Elaine Shaver Sylvia Shirley Donna Smith Paula Taylor Barbara Thornton Sheila Thrift Evelyn Tumlin Deb Varner Elaine Westbrook Debbie Whitten ....,,,...,.W sm we me, me N wwewmw-wg Jw .SX SIGMA ALPHA IOTA President Kitty Blissit Vice-president Laura Lewis Secretary Connie Moore Secretary Sissy McCallum Treasurer Mary Ann Kessler Susan Andrews Beth Bussell Susan Chester Nancy Collier Pam Davis Patty Escott Gail Fordham Martha Guftin Cathy Hancock Melody Howard Patsy Hudson Janet Johnson Denise Parr Pris Rayburn Sylvia Shirley Gwen Underwood 7 9 39 HONORARIES A. 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Make Kaplan Feddy Rach Buzy Rosenberg Sam Rosman Ronnle Spregelman Bob Sunness Mark Cohen Bull Monroe Danny Tounal Presldent Barry Mltchell Bruce Gadlm Mike Krumblng Rrchard Muller Glenn Ralnbow Secretary Sam Rosman Kenny Shusterman lay Shaplro Mrke Perllng Aaron Ersensteln Kent Goodman Bruce Berger John Mehler Lewls Feldman Steve Cooper Mark Rose Barry Stemberg leff Schaffer Gary Capelouto 16. Mrchael Gross 17. Steve Cohen 18 Kenny Shaffer 19 Bruce Splelholz 20. Jay Brodsky 21 RlckSwerdlln 22 "Wesman" 36. Sam Rrttenberg 37 Marty Fnedman 38 Gary Klepak 39 Harold Welssman 40 Barry Levm 41. lerry Barley 42 lackArogetl 43. lere Myers Not Prcfured: Eddie Blrnbery Ken Cowart Richard Frledrnan Davld Gordon Mlke Kaplan Larry Muller Harold Phllllpson DavIdW0lf fir I J' DCB If '72 l' Q. ill Q S In 3. gf rbs g fg. t x 'K-, 103 H , Q 'fwgm ' ,V+ W 2 xv-fit! wus ., 1' 'siggm . A ,- I -1. my in ,I J, ' , . 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Pelinis 10. H. Dan Parislr. 11. Roland Hoffman 12. Michael Williamson 13. Michael Camp 14. Phillip Blount 15. Helen Brennan Sweetheart 30. Robert M. Cooper 31. Dan M. Travis 32. Clark B. Manor 33. Robert Goeke 34. Wally Sweat Gerry Plant Doug Lundell Ed leanes Hugh Owen lose Lopez Vice President Cary Monroe 16. Dale Hyde 17 Winston Verdery 18. David Trive 19. Bobby Butler 20. Gary Gough lr. 21. Fred lacobs 22 ThomasN Fox Secretary Not Pictured: Paul Mayor Lyman Munson lim Crews Mack Davis Randy Darden Randy Smith Bill Witteman Lee Floyd Eugene Owen DJ 7'QL9 105 X .1 ,ef.--1' X':vg'fW.'.Jg1 MH Tina' W T:xA'.'i', ' 5 1 1' fzyfqbr-'q.q::r:1:v51j'q.',w4H'av"1-5,11 - 1, ' X ---.N flif'73I'3f?5Mi?fY'5fff'??:'f' .. " ' W' 4 ' I., -, ' -"i.fn'x-"aff 45 -:E if is-7 -f -. -m ..-' KX '44 ' -." """'L -f. Q -L Y' Q 1 i LV b -Q.-. V -C 13' vsw- . ' .4 I A 1' 1 1' '. my ,. , ..,f, Q: yigiif 9 ,Q-' ll. . v ,gf E!!! -4 Y '-n - gm 'int J 47. I av ' Q ,- . l rl. gif wi 'S -.-.. . 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Ray Mock 33. Wally Bair 34. Hamp Vasson 35. Timmy Autrey 36. Bobby Carpenter 37. Tom Perl 38. Tommy Howell 54. Stevelohnston 55. Tim Adams 56. Margie West 57. lim Cox 58. Chop Evans 59. Bob Williams 60. Greg Mclntyre 61. Robert Wynne Not Pictured: Bill Adams left Avery David Bowers loe Bradley Kim Braswell Milton Bruce Dean Bundrick Bob Nolan Clay Osborn Chris Price Randy Pardue Johnny Richardson Gray Sellers 15. Alan Gudenrath 16. Richard Myer 17. Rob Anderson 18. Hugh Hayes 19. Nick Dodys 20. leltlones 21. limmy Partridge 22. Thomas Estes 39. Ann Harris 40. Gayle Robinson 41. Wade Monk Vice-president 42. Gene Coe 43. Q-tio Floyd 44. Dave Carley 45. SusanneAustin 62. Holli Champion 63. Mickey Carley 64. David Martin 65. Trip Martin 66. Philworthington 67. Candi Calloway 68. Ed Parks 69. 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Wally Smith 14. loe Schiver 15. Robert Dickey 32. Morgan Murray 33. Bobby Brown 34. Tom Arnota 35. Billy Brown 36. lim Ewing 37. Tommy Alexander 38. Rick Henson 39. Bob Lee 53. Dexterwilliams Treasurer 54. Steve Owings 55. lim Bennet 56. Hardeman Godbee 57. Mid Ramsey 58. Steve Hopkins 59. Gary Shell lohn Gurley Philip Hester Tom Hodgson Dan Jeter Henry Nelson Clark Price Rusty Purdy John Sapp A 1 l 16. Wendell Horne 17. loe Hodgson 18. lohn Power 19. Bobby Stewart 20. Woody Cole 21. David Hargrove 22. David McRae 23. Bobby McRae 40. David Wylie 41. Steve Plymale 42. Pete lodice 43. Davis Williamson Vice President 44. Danny True 60. Wayne Chastain 61. Winston Lee 62. lohn Beasley 63 Steve Daniel Mike Smoak Matt Solana Frank Streill Bobby Stringer Terry Wingfield Paul Carswell Rick Tamplin 117 E 5 , . x ,Hx X -. .fl X a x XJ " 5" - X N , D 'xx , i r w ff 5 1 ' . 1 ' IX X Y1 ' "'.,. ' 1 fav' ' - x hx 4 ff' -AQ .Z- fw. , 1 2.1 1. 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Asa Kelly 9 DougMetts 10. Reed Schmelk ll. Peter Bam 12. left Yeager Treasurer 13, Rrck Summers 14. hm Peters 29. Mac Brckerstaff 30. Steve Smrth 31 Ray Dulugos 32. Greg Lester 33 Bob Funk Rlck Farnsworth l0hn Fedack Rusk Hartnett 15 Donna Luke Sweetheart 16. hmmy Dorset 17. Raymond Brooks 18 Phrlwelch 19 Bull Conn Z0 Booby Mentzer 21 Bully Srmmons Not Pictured: Randy Frelds Treasurer Carroll Benson Secretary Steve Arnold Drck Conn Holt Davrs lohn Hannah :W 154 . A r N' ' I . . filmlln .jx""' f 3,3 3 119 E x 5 a " .- Q fag . . ,,, ,,, L-A . X . A W v 'I S I 9 vrvvvi 'r' A ,V L-M. LQ f. Lrg jf fm 9 5 fgfx K ' xr M X u ov " I x 4 , . " Www . - . , ' va --Q.-.WRX .WMPW - V .- 1 ' H .. 1 ini 5 J 1 .Q 'wa i JA 'S . ' i 23 I: -h V 1 1 H Y fig: TM . 1 -Qx , "EE iff' 'Na ... ' iz: 2 - ' , ftp 'X 1 5 '5',,,, V :U Wy plus -uv' I x.4s..f ' I ' fff, ,Q fl W 1 43 A' 'H 6 Q, wg, fK Q59 ,TY U .gl QM , 1' x"f"'-253 49m Pfif'-2, 'VL 3--5 .Qi 3: : N Q E X f N4 7 t .sc ,, , N1 fu' 0 'if -2, ' V ,K-. 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Mike McCarthy 20. Trip Tomlinson 21. Bo Thompson 37. Preston Lewis 38. BillHiIley 39. Mike Raines 40. George Goddard 41. Al Fleming 42, lack Lott 43. Stewart Pittman 44. Lynn Dempsey Bruce Goddard Richard Hall Tommy Lord Dennis Lee Allen Martin Bill Morris lohn 0'Connor Keith Oelke lim Perry 7 Q ? fi 121 X 1 0 av Q41 N 1,0 "Y .1- wiv 1 .1 is J. - X ' ' K "'-in 7 ' A + u' sl. - C 1 ZW I MOH 5 rrp, G . G Mi irrgnl "n . ' Q if Wy , Xxx, 1 lf: Q ,K C A . Q I QI Q- li' U . J 'f 'N' fm . " 'N-, 1 1 x. V U in " 'fee .iw '- . -t. I sa' , J .. N. In 9.9 F 4 4 Qs W, . Zz 1 433' , Gb .2 . f C 1,1 If 4 ' N x '- I - K I VI Mc' 4 V ' 4 '-'g ., . l I X 1 "I . 1' ' If .l,- ' .V I , ' , XA' 1 x X X fi J J 4 I ' I,,,',.f9.' ' X xN 'L -Cqznf l , --,,,.- 'X -x 'hx f , A A, "xg, Q -r N x I , , , n ' 'gf ' 4 I ,I . ., I 1 I'-7 5g X V .- , ,I rf' 3 Q . W, A. ,u C". ,E:?lmXk',- 1 szfff- ,, 'sf T- 'A ' ' .nj A X fx- ,' ..Jf..ij.'Q"f, ,I 4 , fs. fx! N Y 1, .D K xv' x x af JA." - ' ' Hi " A- 3. 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Curt Robinson Not Pictured: Pat Cenroy President Gary Evans Bobby Heath Bayne Mallory Gene Lewis Bill Johnson R? f 2f X l iq 'K XX J 1,33 6 all-il 17 Weiun Robinson 18. Emory Hicks 19 Mikelames Vice-president 20. Paul Elliott 21 Carl Hamrick 22, Eddie Foster 23 Larry Butler 39 EwingStrang 40. Lawrence Willilord 41. Benlernigan 42. Freddy White 43. Brad Rymer 44 Brad Bosworth 45 Steve Pope 46, Rickvaughn Frank Carter Rick Curlin Latimer Wilson Bill Strother :mln Y 123 Hi T. mftiri U ulfvf' Q ' P " -J' i- in T . x i lv .' 3' I ... . F, 'H " 1 I x '- 2, .,..,J , J", A Q f E f mx, 1 4. qw A WJ. fr K , A ,. I ,,, if L' 5-kv R: fx f Y' u , , E. ' ' . f , .. i . ,- N ' N 9. 2. 'R '16 ft" 5 . 1, , n LI U - H v ' ' - si tb ' ' r 'al-I , 1 I .-if' ' ,,., '9"- i f"""' . " " Q A , .xr Y ,NM . Q. yd lf- X rag, ' I 31-. W - " - J 'M' We '. s 1 N K. -f., I P r, L ,, lv Y. Q, J . , 4 WL, 53 , V 1 1 Ak ,F4 ' f img t. 1 K h' - W X - f J ,x N-.fs ' 1 ' ' ' I ,ng L ' , t, Q. 4 , gg yi! 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Butch Costa 32, Mike Sullivan 33, Rick Hutto 34. Billy McCalley 35. Brent Patrick 36. Dave Thompson 37. Grits Bodenheim Dave Davis Joe Edens Mike Haggarty Alex Johnson David Little Stuart McGarity Ray McKenzie Bill Mckenzie 1 9 Billy Rowe 10. John Blair 11. Steve Tmay 12. Gene Weeks 13. King Purnell 14. lamesftltenbach 15. Dickie Youmans 16. Bobby Evans 17. Margaret Spence Sweetheart 38. Larry lordan 39. Glenn Williams 40. lim Langford 40. lim McKenzie Secretary 42. Bill Mckenzie 43. lohn Parker 44. Bill Pannell 45. George Henderson Sam Pensula Joel Purcell Neal Setter Steve Shuette left Smith Kenny Smith Dasher Stewart Charles Vencill 18. Mike Nellis 19. Gerald Appletield 20. Wayne High 21. Tom Fitzgerald 22 Scoop Williams 23. Vic Bateh 24. Henry Day 25, lack Rives 26. Robbie Geer 27 Chuck VanHorn Not Pictured: Greg Ainsworth Bill Bass Steve Beard lohn Beck Tom Blackwell Randy Blackwood Bobby Brockett hm Bumgartner David Capello Bobby Melo Pete Watson Ray Paris Tommy Watson ji rs u QS vs 35 O I 11 ' B ' ' Jn I s gr .4 I '7 I 125 E tr. V 'f ip pq 75 .xIl'1'7"rI,fV7rr'K'M" '7""7'S""W" '?""v"?"w-w7u3"'1 44519 vpxl' P," Iii' , - -:NU A+. ', , Miz' Q, fi!" xx '!Fxi4'yl5n if 9 W! V 'M "fi :fig -X Q vw xc' ' if ' oy fy ..l, . ,Q ','. 1 .AH I Q., u W5 1' 'RP :gif 'fl74'l,f,Cq'.,Q 'fi' I if Hgh 'A l '. ..l -A ' I J f f UP" K' . ld "' . M: M qfjjlvmi bfffif ll .A Q-'t','. , 1, .6 A I 1-' .. X K.. II pa II" lv I 'u u U, rv .-3 S' v L yin' i q 3 . 5'--: 3 in fl ,g . I' h '. 1 C 1 IF' Q vip' C' s N ,A .J " - ' Q n . 1" ' . P 4' Q 1 'I' . ' if' G X 1 :X N1 z A. .N i 2 BL 54 + E I wi., 7" lf' f' i 'Y Tiff 'A x, iv sf ,411 ' w , NA I qv- I .li Y. Rui h 9- '4 , 1-if 'X I fi-4 A - 5? 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Harry Charbonneau 34, Rick Requeio Not Pictured: Steve Blackburn Tomrny Boydston Larry Cooper Steve Elluns Kevln Hartman Bull Hester Steve Mllls 14. 15. 16, 17. 18. 19. 20 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Chuck Almand Steve McCarthy Bob McConnell Steve Wachsler Mack Redtern Frank Seaton Rrchard Rogers Mark Stevens Gary Wade Nell Morgan Ted Stewart Bruce Culpeppel Blll Collrns Bubba Singleton Ron Moser Mark Nations Dave Punket Bull Tyre ttttw-to 4 127 1 qiiaeiqg I . I x ,A 4-f ,av w 1 , M SRM ' We 'fv- Q . X 1 ' m 1- - . CIJKO 9 god Pledge Master 10, Brll 11 Godfather 12 Sgt Pepper 13 Drck Presrdent 14 Bobby Shalt Not Pictured: Wendy Barnea Charles Burell Jeff Clark Bob Coehran Jerry Collrns Brlly Day loey Feus 15 Harvey 16 Mrke I7 Bobby Vrce-presrdent 18 lerry I9 Caplarrr Hap 20, Randy 21 Ole Dad Nlrkr- Floyd Randy Vowler Rlclry Fowler Tom Grrlls Mrke Haggard Sleve Horton Al Hulcbrni, Slu Kahn Torn Kulz Dave Manley lohn Marlrn Ian Mmllenzre lrm Mrlli Terry Newton Barl Rrce Wayne Rrsher Larry Rodgers Tomrny Smrlh Doug Wrnson Jrrn Wade Ed Wrnn Mo Wrllramr. George Wrrglrl K :fax x :EE been is,,,-""w, 4y" . X' , -.,--sf ""w-vw M13 .--.. 'Q-...4 ,,-x.,-Q' YQ? 4?Xw 1375: .HRZLN rp Qkanmmwwwnm ff 521 gif . L51 2131-Y irxfi' .,,. .s' Q. fa A 5 X g?s5'wf',' N Nb vs W1 its ni A ' v VX -. In .- f' -.ry ",',f h- sq X D-X X HK 1. Chlp Wallace Presrdent 2. Tommy Myers 3. Drew Hull 4. Bob 0'Conner 5. Tom Stanley Faculty Advlsor 6. lrmmy McCarty 20. Mac Colle 21. John Seay 22. Bobby Llckle 23. Bllly Bremer 24. Bob Herndon 25. Clarence Gooden 26. Randy Holder 27. Mark Blodgett Not Pictured: Mlke Isaac Chuck McCarty Ernle Glbson Melo Mathls Pete Amos llmmy Poulos hm McPlpkln W llrm 2. IQ lliqi cl 'U . I K I 0 N 2 'fi ri f Z k 7. Ernle Nemes 8. Tony Byers Vlce-presldent 9. Davld Bohannon 10. loe Mathews Secretary 11. Donme Roblnson 12. Frank Durken 28. lelfWeekly 29. Doug Wray 30. Gall Garbln 31. Tommy Barnett 32. Cralg Coleman 33. loey Shearouse 34. Marc Bruce Joe MCPIDHIH Trm lackson Bully Varner lrmmy Ezell Tom Boutwell Ander Horne Mrke Malone Tommy Smoak milf. rf 13. lohnlackson 14. BlllGrlmore 15. Andy Anderson 16. BrllAndrews 17. Buster Benton 18. Glynn Gossett 19 lohn Barley Treasurer 35. lames Lummus 36. Rlchard Barley 37 loe Herb 38. Perry Stnckland 39. Rrchard Turner 40 Davld Sammons 41. Barry Mllner 42. Barry Ray 43. Rlcky Clark llmmy Cannon Davld Folks lan Hunrncutt Johnny Fletcher lere Wood Tum Estes Gary Nevlnger 4lrls4'4' ll 1 . tfl 1 1 ll 0X1 5 W 3 1 E M616 Ls 'x V WISE 5-QQ4 -6:98 VM-M W4 W i - N .. ..1 I s - -' -as 'a rmwyg 'Q i? , L ,jxgm ' Ki ff ff 3!,f'f,,ffi 'J flaw av ' glfdgfff , -,' . ff, '17,- lg,- fig-Exams-iglyl' t If ,I Q -Tw 5 ' , s abt, 7 Kg I , -----'f""""-Q ,J NY ' 5 QSl:5"Q.9 fi' ,.,'d Q ' -x , ' 0 I sg,!.0,,t,' Q' A fm, 1 . X I ,L J 1 4 ' -'se -O vf' 13" ft sts I 3' HK 1. Skrp Gurlliams Presldent 2. Bull Bosworth 3. Tom Schulte Secretary 4. Ralphy Gardner 5. Karen Sklnner 19. Sterlrng Harns 20. Doug McCurry 21. Chns Thomas 22. Make Trouche 23. Robert McWhorter 24. Brllwhorton 25. Rlck Curtrs 26. Bob Bosworth Scott Hardin Rlck Harrrs Neal MacFadden Doug Ratlrll Dee Hewutt Greg lernrgan Chris Savage Ed Shelton Nlck Vansant 6. Coll Bowen Chaplarn 7. Ashley Shornaker Warden 8. Rack Arnold Treasurer 9. Gary Davrs 10. Davrd Trdmore 27. Bobby Goolsby 28. GregAsh 29. Lrndsay Pness 30. Joe Wrlhams 31. PatSwrndall 32. Hugh Maddux Andy Wrlllams Stan Black Steve Jordan Don Kelley Tommy Davls Steve Skowronskl John Pearce Brll Huggrns Steve McCamy 11 Wrnk McWhorter 12. Reedy Davrd 13. Stan Muse 14. Greg Roberson 15. Tom Cheves 16. Randy Bryan 17 Pete Martrn 18. Phrl Allison Not Pictured: Merle Brackln Gene Brooks lohn Childs Art Curnmlngs Burns Engllsh Skip Gullllams Relth Gaunt Gene Lott llmmy Davrs Roy Maddox Charlle Nunez Butch Strickland Daryl Walker Robert Penland George Raltord t ill an w ere 133 E 1 n nr' , 4' 2:44 SA 1452 5" wi E4 Q Y .- 15:5 V iv . F, b A in--H " 5' -x' b' , X iff. M - V46 'iw Q1 A ' . -.. Nb. inn.,- gz' , 01. ix' V ..f.w -1, A , ,. . ,.. ' . ?4 .vw ' In 5R'K'1'.:7H," ' I.- ' Q. "ag, ' P .fav .H - ' V' i ax'-.vi fm C -. 7 ,,. '- . ..p ,Q ,- lo L-A Q':,f4f' . 41' - ' , . . t , -F ' 5.1-rf El 4 Q 'Ulu 33,1 J ww .. ,.. +'f3n:!3an. Jw' K I Q Q . 'sl A Sfxfxgedzfzaj ga ' 1 sy, cj , ' 2 63 if -4: -7 X ' 2 54 l.'i ,,.s' Q tb 1 R . Q.. 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Tom Wllls 31. Woody Hughes Secretary 32 Ben McElreath Assustant Treasurer 33. Paul Johnson 34 Stanley Satterfreld 35. Jlmmy Mitchell 50. Brook Larecy Pledge Sweetheart 51. Mrs,Wrlllams 52. Rlchard Hrggms 53, Bull Allen 54. Jack Head 55. John Hunmcutt 56. Jumbo McDonald Clark Gore John Gurley Keith Harrls lay Hawklns Steve Hay Phll Henry Eddue Horne Dozler Howard Stan Salterfreld Bull Smlth Jack Swltt Dark Thomas Rlchard Waddell Bull Woollolk Ben Cheek 14. Buzzy Splvey 15 Nat Strong 16. Henry Hopklns 17. Al Muze 18, Jerry Mansour 19. Bert Upshaw 20. Maunce Barnett 21 Skeet Stnckland 36 Buddy Wllkens 37. John Chahn Vrcevpresldent 38 Robert Glover 39 WrlghtVarn 40. Bnan Henry 41. Marty Banks 42 Beauwllson Not Pictured: Ralph Allen Larl Allman Barnard Barley Emmett Barnes Steve Brown Bucky Carlthers Rusty Carter John Hunmcutt Buford kung Bull Kratzert Bob Landlss Hamp Lankford Merrldth Lyehaner Frank Martln Hugh McCutcheon 3 I'l rs wanna? an M 1 :Wet 9 fllrllllll Q r ':'2iQ "'1v'f gi53f QSL, ig 73- P '-'N ' 'M , Q H1 1' fx 'M 4' ' f1"!'Q , . -' v y 1 . ' 5--Q . Iv.. . 4 V.. . ' ' .f -1' 1 Q ...w- . 1 Tj I +mI ,- I 1 E .41 -.......l T' h.,..1.,i L as f"""' ,,,,, 1 J ' x . :Miki X-if I In YEQH , fl req. s7N Mark West Rack Groover Gary Hutcheson Brad Cole . Bruce Ashendorl . Harry Revell . Rlley Gates . George Stewart 25. John Nunn 26. Lotton Odom 27. lohn Day 28. Rrchard Martrn 29. Genewrllrams 30. Edwrn Hull 31. G.W.1ohnson 32. Tom Neal 46. Bully Hale 47. Rudy Gllsson 48. Norm Baldwrn Presrdent 49. Bull Revell Hal Prultt Sam Roper Danny Taylor Bob Tanrs Henry Walker Ben Watters Bruce Weekly Scott Whltmlre 9. Gary Lewls 10. Gene Powers 11. Mark Sherer 12. Cllll Blanchard 13. Culley Tatton 14. Mart: Chew 15. Manlou Saarrnen 16. Blll McDougaId 33. Davld Frost 34. Ronnre Watson 35. Alan Anderson 36. lerry Douglas 37 Henry Walker 38. Chuck Hawklns 39. Rlcky Mrllrans Secretary Not Pictured: lell Allen Roddy Almond Rlchard Barrett Gary Blrchall Kelth Brady Phrl Coley Glenn Frost 17. Josh Watt 18. Buck Blum 19. Cohn Fagan 20. Rhet Harrlson 21, lohn Young 22. Wayne Goodln 23. Gordon Smrth 24. Larry Bolrng 40. Vlc Koehler 41. Fred Newman Vrce-presrdent 42. Doug Gasklns Treasurer 43. Byron Camp 44. Shad Steadman 45. Ben Porter Andy Hull Mrke Hllllard Hank Hogan Leon Kldd Brad Kohl Randy Laclenskr Van Neese George Pllcher out 1 we yt G att 12 5011 Q .. 4 no 1? is 137 Q Y o 3- Lr " J :qi g -ni .ff tl fit' ,oo C .5 D 4 ,,..lS arf' 0 5 r . Q A .gy 4 1 Q 56.4.- IGN' ' 4 Qi ' . 1. Rrchard McGarrah 2 lamle Reynolds 3. Kenny Frultwood 4. Troy Mclnteer 5, Bron Moreland 6. Lisa Cam Sweetheart 8, Aubrey Fogel 24. Flash Greenway 25. Greg Strrd 26. lohn Vann 27. Charles Turner 28 lrmmy Tldwell 29. Pat Kelly 30. lohn Hlbben 31. Tommy Blllas Dennrs Korner 8 Peter Conlon 9, Kenny Anderson 10. Bert Rlchards ll GaryCoSby 12 Rlclry Doyle 13 Doug Hall 14. Curt Boren 15, Robert lordan 32. Bobby Reese 33. Ken Pyles 34 Tom Moore 35. Gordon Bell George Hayes 16. Tommy Nall 17 Kellywrngate 18 Srlbley Rrcherson 19. Tum Rrdgeway 20 Mlkewoodllft 21. Lawrence Fennell 22, Mlkelohnson 23. TnpYarborough Not Pictured: Collln Locklleld Rack Spltzmlller Carl Vann Lelhugh Nlosely Robert Causey Harold Causey Butch Bozeman Wayne Hogan jeff GMS 3,11 rome, Galvrn Stevenson Torn VanCamp Emmett Boyers JOHVW R055 Bull Shaver Von Smllh Rlclr Beecham Struck Holloway Randy MacArthur Danny Amng lohn Henry Martln Hiram Webb lohn Murphy Puck Parks D . Y QF . , 9 QF? ' tags? 1 S ,. as. 5 x 1 ., N 5 . 3.3, 4, 139 E - fs X 's S S 1 W1 S?- vs , , J.. 'x 3 l , x fa? - 1 33 vm Q xr' If ,hz 'V in Q K 1 I lv v- 1, "rf 1 '-'V' 2'-xx Q3 ' "N: ,lg 5 ' ' ' x . P, ' I ' X -A ' ,. . ' A l N L fy 2-w '5 I' -, . .K 0 - Q " Vi K H P4 L 4 . tl LBS H? 57 5, I ' ' 'W - I 'ffl "f?'5' H fl! .kai 1,-5 QR, YI -. vaxxmi IL Qygcxl 5,9 - .NL XM!-P1 f- ! 1 ,f-.. ' Jer' 1' ff-'Q 'aff rf' 4 Y 0 , My Q .-1' V' I ' "3 I Hwy' Q J". l 4, tri" tufq, 2. fx . YN 5 4 ' ' . : A 'x Q 'k J, ,. S 'U I Q 'Qf"'f' - 'f 2.1- 5' in 5 M h ' HK. 4 .4 R ,- ff - xx C 'E Q ' , -. wif 1 f I - ' f 'Tiff A X ' s' , 8 ..,,- 1" v"g!T' 5, ' V f J -, ,fhvziy ' " r 'K I ' ' X86 2'-A X ' xf W! Nikinan X Y, ' , , 2 ff- X ' 1 I ' "' ' b .X 5 A ,A-Ly A .t JW. . kr I A . , qi - 'Ei' at 1. I mv. .ILL Q' f J- .NA ' Yer -I ur' ""K..:i aff . 533 E!.lqf'l'.Q, .4 223433 gf' wf 5844. Glenn Evans lohn Demoll lohnny Chappell Robert Fincher Mike Hodges lohn Glenky lay Moon lohn Hatfield Keith Huckaby Bill Gillespie Bill Medberry Hal Hatcher Don Tilcomb . Craig Yeoman , Mike Hammond 9. Mike Black 10. Don Slappey 11 Gary Lynn 12. Kelly Browning 13 loe Brock 14. Steve Anderson 15. Scott Hilley 16, Dennis Wingate Nol Pictured: Buddy Keller Al Marlin Wally Burguess Clay Smallwood Ray Stanford limmy Kane Dave Davis Todd Williams Bear Hansing 17 Doug Rhodes 18. Logan Cox 19. Larry Nichols 20. DickWhite 21 Charley Oxlord 22. lackllmes 23. John Baird Z4 Bubba Wimberly - ,Mae g f I . Q B . ,ju Q X T' 'SALQQBTY S 'nr I K C - r H, A 'I fc ., - 1 - avid - L Q., 1 - .:WN-.J I , LX vd,-si'-'f+ua.L,, f ' ' 1.4 ff Yr" f ""' ...- Q is l 'pf Q v .A A ll: I """ 'A . xx' , ' -N-1. , A r ,S g pf W ! 6 if fxvfg,-,"' Fr: lc: -'Q ' wJ"' W xLxx ,VJ 'V Ay . IQ' Q ti - WMQMGQ "A fe ff .. ff ' M "' ' P ,' 4. wr M ff S ,- if F 'V- Ff' Q V V el ' Ks. ,.1l'1Q N Q I f Af- ' 4 5-,.. 1 ,,v nj: U A 1 1 -L, ' Q M! a ., vw.-Y.. ,n'- ." . .. Yiwu-, f ' Q, M TKE 1. Mike Forehand 2. Doug Huggins 3. lones Hooks 4. Mike Bankston 5. Cindy Adams Sweetheart 6. Lee Pate 7. Steve Edwards 23. Ronald Reagan 24. Scottie Riddle 25. lim Hopkins 26. Gary Henderson 27. Ken Murphy 28. Eddie Welborn 29. David Chaistain 30. lim Keifer 47. Larry Bixler 48. Wayne Cason 49. Ernie Blackburn 50. Steve Shadix 51. Kent Lester 52. Troycelackson 53. lohn Glankler 54. Bruce Brown Preisdent Randy Mateling Charlie Mcltelvey lim Methvin Clayton Morton Omar Naijar Kelly McCoy Mike Nunn Ted Padgett 8. loey Clark 9. Buddy Schroeder 10. Woody Hunt 11. Herb Barnes 12. David Gillon 13. lohn Powell 14. Dale Elliott 15. Ronnie Joiner 31. lim Culpepper 32. Bear Milam 33. Alan Nauuar 34. Sammy McDaniel 35. Pat Tritt 36. lohn Bembry 37. Randy Coody 38. lama Malone 39. Art Ryder Not Pictured: Van Banke Neese Boggs Bunie Buchanan Danny Burgsteiner Steve Dalton Ken Denamons Ed Goss Wyndell Peacock Ron Reece Philip Skoropat Charlie Tillman Nelson Tomblin Mike Wright 16. Carey Coggins 17. Randy Powers Secretary 18. Larry Edwards 19. l. Ray Grant 20. lohn Beacham 21. Steve Baker 22. Bols Griner 40. Reid Scott 41. Claude Baxley 42. Paul Mize 43. Tommy Taylor Treasurer 44. Dennis Corbin 45. BillMaca 46. lohn Varner Mike Green lack Hancock Toby Harris Scott Hayes Phil Holcombe Mark Hopkins Ed Hortman David Langston i if Rafi isis. 'f fm hi . -"gm S 143 X .. , , 'H 5 1 K VA.-, ,. - 5..- x 1 1 "LQ rm a. mga. """"fmvm.. ur -um,-Q..,h lffjlfx " ,r .- "W-N.. ...A E ms., M.. aw .xx ,-.., A-Vo' qu S Q ' :- In rf 'Qf N 1. lack Estes Z. Logan Boss Pledge Marshall 3. loel Drrggers 4. Bruce Smlth 5. Hank Long Treasurer 6. Danny Klrtland 23. Mike Gallman 24. llmmy Shuman 25. Arch McGanty Presrdent 26. Russ Gambrll 27. Coe Magruder 28. hmmy Smrth 7. Steve San Fratello 8. Davld Bentley 9. Brent Beasley 10. Mrke Vaughn 11. lohn Eranlrlln 12. DougAdams7 13. PeteAdams? 14 Kurt Unger Not Pictured: Karl Bowman Lucky Chandler Bruce Conlon Ed Dunbar Randy Dolynlck Mac Harrrngton 15. lerry Buchanan 16. Scooter Harrlngton 17. Mltch Stover 18. John McMrllan 19. Ed Keen 20 Albert Daylun 21 Tommy Sellers 22. Tommy Haman llmrny lones Gene Nlartln Kern Nlartln Roy Peters Clay Pnce Robble Walter loel Wllllarns 29. Blll Martrn Bruce Johnson llmmy Wlllk Leon Womack Davld Blackstock hm Meadows 1 2 ll rr . 8 Qi 11 1' L1 . flll' l .q 4 . ' X 11 f J 1 453 5 . ga" Q f' fi? 'A'-1 "' Aram Q, 'w "iw .ivr l Andy Chrrsto Herald Z DannyHughes Pledge Trarner 3 Ralph Garrrson Secretary 4 Tony Eyler Vrcefpresrdent Mrehael Cassrdy lrrrl Cor Blll Denny Mrehael Farrell Rrrhard Hayslell Lawrence Head Mark Howell Rrrhard Hume 4 ,ff 'W-+A 5 CherrWetr Sweetheart 6 Davrd Ware Treasurer 7 Kerth lones Presldent Brad Hull left Ingram Von lohnxon Ruhr-rl Klllran Hayrte Lamar Tum lamb Sandy Lewls Thomas Marcrnrak Not Pictured: Mrtchell Balle Charles Bonner Robert Booth Robert Brady Dennrs Burton Rrchard Calhoun Mlchael Casper Chap Mullrns llrm Rentz Charles Schwabe Nlrke Sleeth Sammy Taylor Tom Waldrep Davrd Walker Frosty Wallrer AFP Bull Fletcher Treasurer George Mlddleron James Boyette Steve Kmsel Kenny Roblnson Mullon Lee Hall Sldney Camp Alum Secretary Mark Chllds Dennls Cl8l6lK Danny Powell Steven Camp Joe Deal Presldenl James Thlgpen Roger Thrgpen Harry Pass Thomas Glbbs Not Pictured: Mrclrey Hlllrard James Dembrn Robert Allen Rrclr Boswell James McAffee Ron Deal Ralph Powers Punlry Waters Mlke Wlllrams Harold Mrllrgan Mllre Carter Larry Hayes Wlllrard Dukes Trmothy Grlmes Mx X wwhlk lat? fs! y , ,gi :inf E'ff'w,,s ' i Z ' X D' 5 J ,, ' Mm 'w ...gm MA is s-s- s asa A .-.gr A ..,,, 'K 4'-v"' ' . '4 ww ' S 111 .li , f PANHELLENIC COUNCIL -E ls .- v Executive Board Janet Andre - President lan McCorkle - First Vice- president Cathy Oglesby - Second Vice- president Kathy Margeson - Secretary Carol Newsome - Treasurer Mary Sullivan - Scholarship Chairman Nancy Mashberg - Publicity Chairman Debbie Poliakoff - Rush Advisor Chairman S, t 5,7 C ,mi DDE , lill Ulrici Peggy Ahrenhold Mary Elizabeth Howard Carol Newsome Patsy Biers Karen Coleman Beth Fitzpatrick Anna Thompson Debbie Poliakoff Cindy Rhodes Kathy Margeson Robin Chanin Suzanne Austin Anne Wolensky Cathy Oglesby Pat Hudson lane Kimbrell Kathy Amis Kathy Shamley Rosalyn Lackey Anne Porterfield Nancy Mashberg Ginny Roche Mary Sullivan Janet Andre lan NlcCorkle Liddell Avery -Q,,i,4v"""'4f 11 I t. LAL 1' 44 L D A 5 , gm '1 K' Yu- . 1' x. f, N N K 4 yx A k W gs, x Ya.. ff 4. ,Q 'P-Pl YV T 'GI ..-...v 3 'Na bw fn..- . N, 1- 4.0 ravi: .-I'5 10 -'Q c - . WXWZ '. fs - W fr -V 1 ,M , v.-ft, ,w A 1 Cherie Hudson Z Lisa Singleton 3. Marcia Miller 4 Nancy Smith 5 Debbie Montgomery 6 ludylohns 7 Beth Malik 8 Karen Brock 9 Gina Dyke 10 Nancy Morgan 30. Elinor Mackler Vice President 31. Mary Cox 32, Kathy Wall 33 Kathy Walker 34. Diane Robinson 35. Mary Ellen Stewart 36. Debbie Simonton 37 Arelene Middleton 38 Preston Hawkins 59 Mary Bostick 60. Debbie Layton 61. Kathy Chester 62. Anita Spratling 63. Cheryl losephson 64. Cindy Adams 65 Elaine McEachern 66 Linda Bartlett 67. Elaine Cheek 68. Kathy Williamson Not Pictured: Terry Quarles Karen Beavers Melinda Clack Anne Combs Cheryl Ethrrdge Carolyn Frowein Nancy Hall Karen Hart ffl fwfr X 11. Nancy Thompson 12 Margaret Spence President 13 Vicki Childs 14 Melanie Lucas 15. Sally Andre 16. Shearon Teague 17. Madge Edens 18. Diane Garrard 19. GailWilliams 39 Beth Fitzpatrick 40 Cheryl Mann 41. Susan Woodruff 42 Phyllis Day 43 Debbie McWhirter 44 Diane Ransbotham 45 Patti Condon 46 Nancy Brooks 47 Susan Andrews 48 Karen Hart 69. Nancy Blackston 70. Sally McCarty 71. Terri Clark 72, ludy Sanders 73 Deana Dodd 74 Leigh Shivers Secretary 75. Paula lo Moore 76. Carol Gordy 77 Pam Sutterlield Nevelle Henderson Barbara Jones Leslie tones Sherry lones Carla Kesterson Karen Kingery lan Clutlar Mary Patterson Sandy Short Kemper Thompson Bonnie Wishard Karen Kessler Carol Crawford Elizabeth Clark Nancy Mitchell Kathy Miracle Helen Arnold Gina England Claudia Weaver Pat Bolen Ann Combs Brinka Du Vall Susan Douglas Carol Slate lane Malik Linda Evans Connie Ferguson Karen Zorn Ruth Ann Kleinstuber Gerry Mitchell Debbie Traynham Marilyn Manning Francis Hayes Lynn Fluhr Terri Hart Dottie Sewell W. fl. Pill' NWN rrflillfi 7'll.'.ll .. .. Hag , . NY gnfix y-ry fo 10 1 -1 H ' 'S 1 Y :xg rx H tml I A rr wil W7 J 1 53 ! wI'l,X'yf'g!?Al tw. y rx yi 58 'XP 151 ' . ,. , . -.. . U f' ' C, f ,. 'M-.. uf. .. , Q 7 1 'S' .,: t 'I '-ax ' ' ' H ., b, . , , --,- 15 2' 'V Q -" ' if. .4 ' "- 1 ' A YQ g. fun I Q A , . . -5.1. . Q r 5 -A , 'T xt ,A i . 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Sherry lones Not Pictured: Martha Allman Becky Benson Katie Bishop Edna Boswell Betsy Bowles Marion Brooks Amy Chastain Pam Daniels Mardi Downs Cathy Caldwell Sal Forbes Pati Galt Zelda Gross Marty Hammond Kim Lees Liz Poer Donna Pope Patsy Porter lane Roddy U i 1 A 11, Julie Butler 12. Susan Scott 13. Donna Duncan 14. Amy Hoertz 15 Eileen Brown 16. Laura Reid 17 Marleen Davis 18. lane Ford 19. Kathy Lozier 20 Carole Little 37, Ann MeNeiI 38. Cathy Smith 39. Merrill Talbot 40 Christie Monson 41. Patty Lowe 42 Theresa Hight 43 Claire0llifl President 44. Mary Clinkscale 45, Sharon Rigdon Nan Evans Stephanie Fans CeCelia Foster Eve Hale Lisa Halllord Beth Hally Nancy Hardwick Debbie Hinson 21. Betsy Barfield Z2 Pam Rollins 23 PendiCavaIeri Treasurer 24 Dorislacobs 25. Debby Fears 26. Melissa Monte 27. Regis Chivers 28. Judy Moore 46 Linda Hall 47. Kathy Smith 48. Marcia Sisterhen 49 Caroline McCart 50. Bonnie Graves Beth lohson Diane Keller Helen Kelly Anne Lee Lois Miner Mary Ann Moses Donna Pierson lane Southwell Ellen Holle Ellen Shaw Kathy Hood Becky Shaw Susan Hughes KellySawyer Anne Segrest loan Sisley llll Spratlin Elsie Stapleton Nelle Straight lane Vandiver KI' J1 ,IA FMIG4 '37 ui X H ' 1 l K7 K 1 A ,S 1 M ?fKA My WX' fx 'NXT Wwlx A li My it i l fl D 7 7 'K ' Al l lr ei y S led I 'I ' yh VW ll ti i2 ffff YH L flfqj isa lg 'UO 101-141. -f ni. X Q' i' f I' , 'F rr' fue 1' Fi' !?' o n U' 29 1 n A17 1. Nicki Lawrence 2 Peggy Scarboro 3. Valerie Henderson 4. Georgia Jordan 5. Debbie Redding 6. Abbie Miller 7. Eunice Mills 8. Sheree Hamilton 23. Melanie Muggridge 24. Gail Pence 25. Nancy Shepard 26. Ann Lawson 27. Karen Storey 28. Janet Lee 29. Joan Sears 30. Sheryl Dalton 9. Kathy London 10. Kathie Mauldin 11. Anna Shouse 12 Kathy Randolph 13. Kay Williams 14. Kris Montgomery 15. Elaine Walker 16 Dorothy Harris 32. Debbie Brown 33. Nancy Bobbitt Treasurer 34. Louise Evans 35. Debbie Thomas Secretary 36. Kristy Kirk 37. Susan Frank 17. Lisa Palmer President 18. CarolNewsome 19. Nancy Crist Vice President 20 Patsy Biggers Debbie Slade . Sheila Withers 39. Priscilla Danheiser 40. Laura Manhaney 41. Susan Harper 42. Melissa Lee 43. Kyle Brannine 44. Melaine Harris 45. Kathy Holle 46. Micki Hyde Geri Sabot Janette Breen Deb Henderson Anna Lowe Joy Johnston 38. Barbara Stewart 47. Carol Hughey Not Pictured: Glenna Fgagjn Barbara Barrow Dusty Fields Mary Bryan Jane Hackney Jana Bump Lotte Joiner Susan Carter Ginger Lrplord JCVVY CJ13Dm3n Lynda McPhee Debbie Cost Sharon Newell Mona Dunn Susan Pilcher Sue Robinson Alicia Sharp Gena Simmons Becky Smith Debbie Sprayberry Beth Thomas Sherre Ross f Q ,mfg A QAQQAQ i W' Q lf fr ' A ll 553 'qol b I n'.y'- . -1 - x .9 15 -'+G ln' , 1.- 1 v,- . I4 . f f Tv x . A -4 . .A . . - , I H u V. - . r- . ' . A . 1' , '- L .. H 6 . .5 .1 b Q. is A , D 4. ' "4 X Ng '. , ,. s .lf il". ' is' Ejgmr, :nge ,A lk, n s md. . 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' 1 ,' A: lp. ,, 4 VV A - pf' - fk ,.. rf' "sf-...x n. f -'!..+. - D ... mwa- , Jug. 1. Susan Taylor 2. Tina Christenson 3. Glenn Younger 4. Patti Connell 5. Peggy Paris 6. Sharon Key 7. Gayle Trammell 8. Barbara Adams 25. Anne Yoder 26. Vicki Crowley 27. Becky Wells 28. Tina Findley 29. Cathy Sponseller Treasurer 30. Carla Thompson 31. Susan Lott 46. Vicki Fam 47. Dottie Dye 48. Dianne Callaway 49. Sandra Petty 50. Sis Budd 51. Beth McCarty 52. Sue Parris 53. Libby Beck Not Pictured: Sheron Adams Cindy Allen Betty Bennett Lenoir Blanchard Lexie Bush Sara Bushnell Nanci Campbell Melinda Thomas Julie Worrlll Valerie Greene Cindy Fletcher Debbie Foster Karen Cowan Sue Kennedy Beth McDermid 9. Andree Clark 10. Shelley Buford 11. Saye Sutton 12. Karen Denmann 13. Renee Meadors 14. Cindi Meyer 15. Sherry Leiker 16. Debbie Church 32. SuzanneAustin 33. Barbara Poole 34. Mary Faser 35. Lisa Collins 36. Ann Mclntire 37. Sharon Johnston 38. Meredith Sammond 39. Kathy Shamley 54. Casey Christenson 55. Claire McAuliffe 56. Nan Purdy 57. Carole Coleman Vice-president 58. Beverly Cone 59. Cookie Akins 60. Karen Magill Susan Duke lane Eggleston Diane Feagle Pam Ford Julie Hancock Barbara Henderson Carol Hoffmiei Anita Jacobson loAnn Pickett Diane Proctor Bunny Simon Leslie Walker Devony DePew 17. Carolyn Bowersett 18. Virginia Vann 19. Cindy Brackett 20. Donna Gude 21. Susan Shamley 22. Margie Simpson 23. Ann Carter 24. Kathy Mathis 40. Betsey Shook President 41 Kay Ogletree Corresponding Secretary 42. Barbara Williams 43. Kathy Wlgingrton 44. Helen Rogers 45. Gail McMullan 61. Donna Ciesielsl-ii 62. Cindy Fryer 63. Lynne Ellis 64. Glo Ghegan Vice-president 65. LizAnn Holtzclaw 66. Beth Howard Recording Secretary Janie Johnson lane Kilpatrick Janelle Knox Mary Martin Peggy Reese Paula Reid Charlotte Rowe Ginger Schultz Q rw gf sf that-fe W '-2 1 157 M li A K .- s. Nw GQ If 1 3 la I 1 5.4 1.4. X-v fafiwi-I .5 359152 My w uv Q ff-'. Ax, K, M. .I-1-. ' f 4, A 'ls V A , .apr ' c 1 -P1 ,v:j,, uw' fi- ' Ao - A .15 , ,,, I , Q. Cherie Sanders Lynn Stephens Elaine Davis Donna Walton Linda Gorman Roberta Smith Marty Smythe Ginger Alford Renee Williamson Cathy Mizell Jeannette Milone Linda McRone Sherry Connell President Ann Poitertield Vice President Maggie Redd Cynthia Reese Dorcas Welsh 9. Tory Raichlen Corresponding Secretary 10. Sheila Pedigo 11. Ann Hutchinson 12. leanre Merck 13. Nancy Miller 14. Barb Yeager 15. Susan Parker 30. Ann Heister 31. Mary Elaine Reeves 32, Lynda Maxwell 33. Sandy Endrodi 34. Diane De Frease 35. Helen Bird 36. lane Hammett 37 Dianne ffnrtpv Not Pictured: Susan Andrews Rita Bennett 16. Sara Goodsell 17. Mary Williams 18 Cathy Amis 19, Marty Snowden 20 Elaine Maloney 21. Kathy Foley ZZ. ludy Thomas 23. Debora Bailey 38. Maggie LaMontagne 39 Karen Mortensen Recording Secretary 40 Kim lohnson 41 Nannette Payne 42, Susie Langrall Treasurer 43. lean Barley Anne Bandy Teresa Dempsey Treasurer ludy Durrance Nancy Hadsell Lynn Hyde Sandy Keim Virginia McGuffey Mary Ripley Susan Russell D H ,. w N .-fp.. my F .. .7 it I , X Jn J' N ' , .1 yd f "1 J- X T 5 ,X F1 3 K5 Fl ray fax X X . L 159 E I ,Q 6' .,- mg .. -,Q - -lg , nu... xv if-I W X 3.9, . of ' yn 4 'irq . 'lu 0 I axli' I 4g ' 1' A' .x " ., b -'sf v -'I '45-writ. . x. - ,v ' '- . , Xb gl' 'Q-ff" MN., ,- .,1.1'f!fff f' -:-"-21 - Q. Il'.:"' . -.y.,- A 5 -Q-.2-U QCISFJIQ EQ? Q t R'-rj up,,,:' 2 aa 4 Y ' 'N A X 1 x x Q 45 I 3 ,Q 1 'x 'f .ll 1 ffl 1. Nancy McNiel Vice-president 2. Paige Peterson Secretary 3. Andrea Carter 4. Mimi Dubose 5. Maw Donovan 6. Margaret Daub 23. Ann Foley 24. Suzanne LeCraw 25. Kathryn Braungart 26. Peggy Haverty 27. Cindy Smith 28. Martha McNiel 29. Lida Smith 30. Mary Saunders 47. Katie Montgomery 48. Patty Pope 49. Pam Threlkeld 50. Beth Peden 51. Gigi Ellis 52. Sally Pike 53. Vicki Southwell 54. Debbie Mahan 71. Wendy Wood 72. Tina Perrott 73. Libba Finch 74. Laura Duke 75. Ann Seaton 76 Jeanette Bussey 77. Carson Wiley 78. Mary Beth Bissell Beclly Dempsey Dee Holt Beth Lam Nancy Lebey Steppie Ortlip Lally Packman Bess Ransom 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 79 80 81 82 83 84 Carey Adcock Polly Corn Irene Simpson Susan Thompson Melanie Page Karen Farmer Terre Salmon Marty Chew Jane Roberts Jan McClure Nancy Yarbrough Louise Clouse Kacky Carrison Denise Dennison Lisa Cain Nancy Jamison Kathy Margeson Pat Howard Mary Jane Durst Rebecca Williams Carol Shiver Susan Smith Anne Voegeli Patty Watson Becky Worthington Faye Chitwood Elaine Dardin Dee Stone Lucy Lnpfert Lynn Adair Mary Keith Roe Tricia Seeley Judy Smith Terry Smith Jean Thompson Melanie Thompson Beth Wade 15 Cindy Crawtord 16. Jill Evans 17. Margaret Doubleday 18. Jan Dardin 19. Margaret Williams 20 Jan Peterson 21. Cindy McHan 22. Cantey Callaway 39. Ann McKee 40. Leigh Tyler 41. Jerry Kinnebrew 42 Jane Kimbrell 43. India Smith 44 Andrea Frahler 45. Lisa Scott 46. Judy Smith 63. Anne Ambrose 64. Boyce Aldridge 65. Jane Boggs 66 Mary Shacklelord 67 Cin Starr 68. Ginger Mayne 69 ChrisAlnn 70. Karen Merritt Not pictured: Janet Buechner Betsy Camp Kit Carriere Cat Cobb Deaver Cook Mary Lou Crawford Dorothy Dealllns Suzanne Wright Linda Altman Carol Hunt Carol Fulwiler Anne Rhode Karen Wells u , V H Q HL In 1 -in 11 I 7, ,N 71 ,, -fr ,R H ' rf. 4- , "7 9 97 97 M 5 4-v ws 4, H ,, I 5,1 L0 L AJ GJ IY in 10 W av I., .is as 1:1 H J, 1 l H. JW W J' FA c .wx ve g 161 E i-all 3 -ff UU: l . I 34, f ' iv-nnsw,-' it k . f 'FK Q '.1,, ,N X B I - .. ,4..,r ? i -L-,xi .I .nj b sv. , Q4 Q ae' 4 f ' 1 Q 25535 . ,I , I IK 5 'ago ' H: '. limit' ,':','e?k '- QA - Af! .LQ ,:4f'.fu,'. .5.f,,,1.!g,,Eg,wi-U. 1 V if: f 'yQ,z.v--..'f"?. . .,l 0 I 1 4.",,?'- vw:-6 . 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Lynn Crisler 68, Nancy Thornton 69. Debbie Hicks 70. lane Elliott Not Pictured: Kathy Spence Mary Anderson Joy Bridger Cathy Brown Caren Carmichael Nancy Cole Cathy Colquitt Beth McCalman Lee Parker Patricia Pepin Sherry Plage Beverly Root Lee Varn Cindy Russell Fran Veal Marilyn Smith Pam Wooten Ann Sauder ' " as X . , ss 7 5 , 52 4: ' K J l 163 E l 'is 4 1 . F-1- 'Nl 1 " -fs. K x ih If,-if qt" T ". -an N, It , af!!! ,I lr fi UI . - ..- -." ' 1 :Q 'F ff :,- , :V wx-N' 'fc 'I if 45,1 fu .V fifftf , -- 5 'vo was-'gi'- K U f, . gy . V ,ra Q, Z Q 2 -we iii ' . ' 'Q -f r fx 'Si ll a 'el i Q , xi x . ' - - 1 , , V, wk K b . li igkvf F. x I A 'Q 5' ' as kk 5 i " AV' E! Rx Q gi, ' , I 1 :lin V s " 1 QA, - ' ' ' Lp , l ? Y ' , . f 1' -,i x av -A ,gh A , ' ,fu V 'W-ff. 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Barbara Sharif 12. Sheri Roberson 13. Julia Sonntag 14. Jennifer Campbell 15. lan McCorkle 16. Linda Morris 32. Susan Maret 33. Gay Tucker 34. Ann Marie Bernard 35. Suzanne Snelling 36. Becky Griffel 37. Leslie Stagrnaier 38. Marilyn Austin 39 Kathy Dykes 54. Bonny Wright 55, Mrs. H.J. Warnock 56. Deedy Van Dyke fc fx 1 jf l"i-y. 7 57. GinnyRoche RX l"lll l i l. 58. Wheat Williams 59. Margaretlzlreedlove 60. Elaine Krol 61. 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Ellen Fnedlander Not Pictured: Debra Blass Irene Burson Helene Goldberg Gall Goldstern Karen Hecklrn Lynn Simon Domrnrque Storch 8 Toby Berger 9 Marrlyn Ingram 10 Shelley Rosenblum 11 Charlotte Erchholz 12 Sally Konter 13 Rachel Strelt 14 Terrywerssman 15 Rae Speer 32 Kathy Farrcloth 33 Stephanre Pearson 34 Del Stern 35 Benrta Karr 36 Betty Stern 37 Lrnda Schreclr 38 Nancy Mashberg 39 lena Stewart 55 Lourse Brnder 56. Pam Wrmpy 57 Marran Stern 58 Mrs Murphy House Mother 59 lulla Rosenfeld 60. 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Anita Cahill 56. Marilynn Brown 57. Carol Jacobson "v A-M, BCI? 9. Barbara Pancoast 10. Becky Martin 11. Lillian Rudolph Secretary 12. Trudy Rogers 13. lill Francis 14. Nancy Crook 15. Debbie Gay 30. Kay Kasten 31. Liz Mask 32. Lallieweatherly 33. Sally Elmore 34. lulie Waldren 35. FrankieWalker 36. Nancy Aughinbaug 37. Carol Fisher 39. Diane Simpson Not Pictured: Louise Andrews Doris Brown Debbie Williams Paula Lollon Nancy Moore Vicki Knight Sally Warren h 16. Donna Gay 17. Beth 0'ConneIl 18. Patsy McHugh 19. Lynnelohnson 20. Gina West 21. Kathy Nosun 22. Elaine Tyler 40. Irene Nelson 41. Susan Prescott 42. Darlene Driskell 43. Betty Brewer 44. Lynn Wall 45. Betsy Benmtt 46. Lyla Wright 47. Patrice Argo 48. Sue Hulme Beth Ringer lull Saye Charlaine Witherspoon Helyn Hosch Peggy Owens W haggle Pg . 177 I 44 ' 5 c in K., Q, -6 4 VI IM' Y, 1 Q lla Hd gig' ji" I wr- . "WA ,J-i.,,. . , ft, S . Aqa- CF ' -.55 5. D Q i m' aff . Y .Q I Q' 45 ' 3? up . x '4 49. 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"VF 'g5rul"' hu I'h 1 ,. iff 1.",,,wV V IILZIUJ iii W m 4 ,w VARSITY FOOTBALL ,,,'l 1st Row - L To R - Kim Braswell, Johnny Fletcher, Spike Wigelius, John Smith, Tom Zimmerlink, James Ray, Don Golden, Jerone Jackson, Andy Johnson, Abb Ansley, Billy Griffith, Coach Dooley, Davis Schwak, Jimmy Poulos, Dick Conn, Gene Swinford, Horace King, Randy Mahaffey, Jim Harper, Ed Milam, Jerry Paul, Donnie Allen, Mike Robinson, 2nd Row - Steve White, Bobby Burns, Buz Rosenberg, George Pilcher, Hal Bissell, Steve Taylor, Larry West, Ricky Lake, Rick Farnsworth, Dennis Whitt, Steve Sleek, Robert Honeycutt, Keith Harris, Bill Forehand, Tom Holt, Jim McArthur, Wallace Wiggins, Clarence Pope, Charles Osbolt, Frank Frice, Chris Hammond, Charles Stapleton, Don Griffith, 3rd Row - David Wolfe, Rick Reider, Vern Smith, Mac McWhorter, Charles Chavious, Randy Johnson, Danny Jones, Jim McPipkin, Atlas Buchanan, Buck Baker, Bill Smith, Danny Dantzler, Joe McPipkin, Jim Curington, Jim Cagle, Dan Spiv- ey, John Gurley, Paul Fersen, Dennis Hester, Tony Campbell, Milton Bruce, 4th Row - Barry Collier, Ralph Clark, Dave Christianson, Rex Putnal, Gordon Robbins, Lynn Hunnicutt, Richard Appleby, Rusty Hines, Craig Hertwig, Lenny Ellspermann, Phil King, John Thomas, Ronnie Smiley, Chuck Kinnebrew, Len Walker, Doug Burnett, Rusty Carter, David McKnight, Bobby Gibbs, Tommy Smoak, Mike Smoak. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL .sy-,. 1 -. -- A Ae A Bottom Row - L To R - Neil Boring, David Meyer, Johnny Jackson, Mark Zornig, Steve Peterson, John Duke, Ralph Page, Tom Marshall, Kevin Hartman, Al DeGraw, Andy Reid, Glen Harri- son, B. J. Luke, Gene Powers, Znd Row - Bubba Wilson, Chuck Harris, Stan Kanavage, Hank Hogan, Temple Cavell, Andy Ullrich, Robert Wilson, Glen Snow, Roger Mayo, Stan Hoover, Jim Baker, Mark Henson, Terry Thompson, Will Legg, Benny Taylor, 3rd Row - Jeff Haley, Mike Gravely, Chuck Horton, Stan Tedder, Steve Murdock, Paul DeMesserman, Bubba Wadley, Glen Clonts, Lawrence Craft, Tom Saunders, Randy Bramlett, Mike Flowers, Mark Bass, Cooper Gunby, Darrell Faulkner, 4th Row - David McKnight, Jimmy Shirer, Lee Daniel, Steve Wilson, Brad Thompson, Paul Culbreth, Howard Samuels, Les Stinson, Tim Jackson, Josh Watt, Joe Tereshinski, Glen Raley, Head Coach John Donaldson, Jerry Petti, Anthony Dennard, Chip Wis- dom, Bill Payne. 186 VARSITY BASKETBALL Seated - Kevin Cassidy, Gary Adler, Gino Giantrancesco, Ronnie Hogue, Steve Zilko, manager Dave Muia, Standing - Assistant Coach John Guthrie, John Frlaey, Chip Vaughn, Dick Toth, Tim Bassett, Steve Waxman, Billy Magarity, Taylor Lovell, Charlie Anderson, Assistant Coach Hugh Donohue, Head Coach Ken Rosemond. WRESTLING SA.. I .,.... T' Kneeling - LTo R - Bill Mackey, Tip limerson, lon Bennett, Glenn Powell, Steve Keown, Mike Blackburn, lim Carlson, Bill Kunerth, Steve Deriso, Standing - Mark Gabriel, John Zamoscinski, Curt Robinson, Van Keller, Randy White, Allen Cleghorn, David Quin, Dan Casey, lim DiGennaro, Weeiun Robinson, Rick Morris. Tennis Team Lto R - Coach Dan Magill, Manuel Diaz, Gordon Smith, Captain Bob Tanis, Carey Browde, David Dick, Bill Kopecky, Jack Sisley. Not in photo. Co-Captain Charles Browder, Brent Hughes Elisha Williams. Golf Team Bottom - L io R - lim Mottla, Richard Adham, Davis Sezna, left lerrel, James McDonald, Standing - Coach Dick Copas, David Canipe, Meridith Lyemance, Gus Sylvan, Mike Fam- brough, Ralph Harris, Bill Kralzert, Bob Young, Ed Roddenbery, John Olman. Baseball Team Bottom - L to R - Terry Thompson, Phil Baker, Captain lim Turner, Joe Herb, lim Cannon, Bill lvie, Kim Braswell, Middle - lim Mitchell, Steve Carp, Rick Groover, Alan Okun, Ernie Vincent, Bill Player, John 0'Connor. Standing - Ricky Hoard, Wayne LaHuIIier, Frank Wilson, Gary Nevinger, Coach lim Whatley, Dan Tripp, Ed Hill, Mike Hampton, Charles Winslette, Ger- ry Peele. Gymnastics Team Bottom - L to R - Bill Russell, Dan Runnion, Ron Greiner, Coach Lee Cunningham, Captain Ricky Boyer, Mark Hadaway, Gene Watson, Mike Gilreath, Standing - Gary Lewis, Bill Hayn, Brad Becker, Ernie Ward, Dan Thaxton, Craig Presley, Mike Raines. 189 Rugby Team id- ' 01- 4. . f, vf ' S.- A 43 -t ? 'hx r J Bottom - Lto R - lim Bruce, lim Lanzer, Ross Douglas, George McClain, lim lVlcDonviIle, l.P. Mauldan, Bill Miracle, Joe Langley, Bruce Gibson, Rick Grayson, Middle - John Macom- ber, Carl King, Graham Holloway, Jim Simpson, Ross Deck, Phil Sheehan, Bob McClellan, Ross Rugby, Standing - Murray Bask, Dave Steckler, Trigger Williams, Steve Stephens, Mike Freeman, Mark lonker, Bruce Harvey, Richard 0'KelIy, Frank Bauer. Track Team Bottom - L to R - Roosevelt Sanders, Rick Curlin, Bill Adams, Phil Tucker, Allan Davis, Mike Wilkins, Tony Williamson, Charlie Bowers. Middle - Rob Fluhr, Bill Bass, Rick Ludwig, Glenn Griffin, Ray Hamilton, lohn Davidson, Tom Clonts, Richard Thomas, Mark Sperre. Standing - Chuck Harris, lohn Welsch, Joe Shearouse, Bobby Phillips, Danny Williams, David Set- tle, Bill Daniel, Keith Stovall, Mike Saunders, lohn McCord, Robert Halliday, Richard Patterson. Swimming Team Sitting - L to R - Asst. Coach Jett Helms, Coach Pete Scholle, Asst. Coach lack Hazen, Asst. 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