University of Georgia - Pandora Yearbook (Athens, GA)

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M A, , A++,-f . fir' -- .. 5: E, vMsi.,Eu,5 5 .gh t ?Pv'.,T?"ug,, - 'QA- .m'.""'?Q-. .1 "ln the straggling little frontier settlement of Louisville, sad- dled with the proud importance of being the capital of the State of Cweorgia, in the year 1801, a collection of respectable citizens bear- ing the extraordinary title of Senatus Academicus were contend- ing with due parliamentary dignity, but with considerable anima- tion over who should have a coveted prize. The object of their de- sire was nothing more than a 'college or seminary of learning' which the state had chartered sixteen years previously. jackson County was selected." "But jackson County was extensive in those days, indeed, as large as a half dozen twentieth century Cieorgia counties, and so the problem was only half settled until the exact spot was picked out." "ln the midst of summer 118013 they set out into the forests to the northwest and did not stop until they had almost entered the Indian territory. The land was hilly and the streams clear and swift I After debating various eminences they agreed upon a small plateau high above the Oconee River where lt swirled down over some rocks near a clump of cedar trees This spot was known as the Cedar Shoals among the few frontiersmen who had wandered this far into the northwest In the fall of 1801 a large three story brick structure pat terned after the principal hall at Yale began to arise on the crest of the hill By 1805 the western half had been finished which the trus tees jubilantly named Franklin College in honor of honest Ben who personified learning and wisdom and who at one t1me en deared himself to C-eorgians by acting as their Colonial agent in London from College Life 1n the Old South E Merton Coulter sf, 'P i -Q' WC V X Martha Lumpkin House Martha Lumpkin gave her house and the land surrounding it to the University with a stipulatlon in the deed that if the house were ever torn down, the land surrounding it would revert to the heirs of her estate. The house was built in 1842 by her father who was Governor of Georgia. Confederate Constitution The University owns the original Confederate Consti tution which consists of six pieces of parchment paper pasted together and is over twelve feet long. It was copied by a scribe and signed by all representatives on March 9, 1861. It was purchased by the University from Mrs. Durent and is housed in the library. ""-. .,,w--,-X-KXAMA M i 5 1 . a ,s - ' lx ' , l . I A , a Vw r , 1 12' f il ,,f""!l I s I 2 r " w' V' "' W una. - .lt . , "fr--vm-yrs ,. . f -. 't wig' if I r -- M, One of the most famous student fighters of the twenties and ertainly the most famous of them in later times was Robert Toombs I-Ie entered the University in 1824 bold vigorous large of build and full of life fresh from a plantation and plantation ways It took him only a short time to find out that the rules were entirely too many and senseless For almost three years Toombs had been adding to the strain and stress of faculty wrath and then the crash came as the first resolution of the new year 1828 the professors dismissed Toombs and in reply to his letter begging reinstatement entered the final verdict January 2 1828 that the faculty could do noth ing more in his case. "Toombs departed, but there has grown up a wealth of legends concerning his mighty deeds - how he stayed around until com- mencement Qfrom January to August was a rather long waitj, and then, with burning oratory, drew multitudes out of the chapel and away from the official program to a great oak tree near by. As proof of the legend the tree was ever afterwards called the Toombs Oak - until one day lightning struck the tree and killed it, and what could be more miraculous than the fact that Toombs had died the very moment before the tree was shattered!" From "College Life in the Old South" E. Merton Coulter f -:iii Old Campus Scenes -uf. H3 -wflf .- 51 fff 4.-ffii bg'-f " 3,55"ff,," 4. ,J 1 42" ' 1,41-'E ,1'v1'.x ' vigil f - .- . 13 .. .yqsfi i I- '- IL! U, ,135 W mi, iff Fl f ! f"'W IIII i 'Z Ofa Tu' 'v ll' 1 1 ljfff x 5 411' 59' '49 ' f if fin ,. fell Vf "ff fur' 'i fp 'Q' I, Uv- f A F '7 s 7' I U 1940 Pandora VIII in il 1938 Pandora Z1 2' 4 ,- ,, Q-, 2 I :ky ,mf -f ,jay f, v :www 10 4oP Ceorgxa prepared a surprlse for Alabama ln the 1912. game f1rst game of football ever played IH Columbus Everythlng happened lncludrng the funnrest play slnce the beglnnmg of football and a free for all flght In h1s pregame talk to the squad Coach Cunnlngham outlrned the play The late Hooks Autrey of LaC1range a sub back was called front and center Autrey you ll have the glory of maklng a touchdown for Cteorgla today You ll wear your regular c1v1l1an clothes and stand on the s1del1nes And then on the frrst play after the krckoff you ll recelve a long pass That s all there IS to It Cunnlngham explalned You catch lt and run llke h l Autrey appeared reluctant Then he sald Coach these are the only breeches I have and I must see my grrl tonlght Cunnlngham snorted A touchdown for Georgla IS worth more than any grrl Now remember just what you re to do Thlngs went off just rrght Georgla won the toss and recerved w1th 10 men rn unrform and Autry statloned just xnsrde the sldellnes ln h1s Sunday best Cn the f1f5t play a long forward pass was thrown to the c1v1l1an clad Autrey and he want scamperlng down the fleld A screen of 10 Cteorgla players pounded behlnd h1m Autrey heard the hammerlng feet and he thought of h1s pants It dldn t occur to h1m he was berng trarled by h1s own players So when he reached the 10 and feellng pursuers breathlng down h1s neck he lay down to save h1s breeches Cunnlngham related Alabama players reached Autrey and the other Cweor gxa players by th1s tlme and the f1ght began Pollce of Columbus had never seen a football game so they waded rn recklessly and arrested all the players Prof John Mor rls actlng for Dr Sanford got ln a frght w1th Alabama s Faculty Dlrector of Athletrcs Coach Cunnmgham had to get Frank Foley newly elected mun1c1pal court judge to rntercede for the players so the game could go on Albama s Coach Graves was rncensed that Georgra would try such a trxck play But Referee Councelman sald he could flnd no rule agalnst It and certatnly the galn would have to stay It drd, and the game went on " From "Lead1ng a Bulldogs L1fe" Jack Troy H V . . , . 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X ,V , 1 'xi X' ' 14 IX - 2' V Q- wi A vp, L 'ww ,X V - A . ,X . 1 .. fs-v J 1 pq' '3 . ,:g,:-,.. ,fri ' -I -Q... A.. F'Fv.,.'. A ' ' . I , 1 fx' ' 4130. 1 u qs. , , 'Q .V Q . x x M- .K I 'K A ,, C :Cin -. : XX. J I . Sac f X - 1974 Miss University of Georgia Beauty Daueant W 3 I , 1 xg "I 4 ff . X . ! W - W 3 www XX bXx.? Q agx A- 1 I .,1 f K, f If "". Hmm DEBBIE ABERNATI-IY KAPPA ALPHA TI-IETA MISS UNIVERSITY OE GEORGIA I"F"iN L i f f. rw 5 fi N- 2 Q' Q 2 S W CAROL SHAW AG HILL COUNCIL MISS AG HILL COUNCIL SHEUA WAYNE DELTA DELTA DELTA EL 4-, -Q W 1 Q ,M .1 .4 Vo. L' J x Q 'A 4. 51 BONNIE DAVIS ALPHA DELTA PI iv' uv' M..-J.. --vu -.-M ,M-,., ww. 1 w I1 E1 1 HK , , ff :., A ' A Q x 'X ' Q +4-m, ..W XX Eg IQJ j ,gy , , A ,Y K s-.B P f .K . Q ,A ILE E SILVERMAN DELTA PHI EPSILO iii.-f K, MARY IO REPASS KAPPA DELTA HGMECCMING QUEEN "They told me that they needed a quarterback, that they only had one other prospect in mind. Then when I came on the first day they had seven quarterbacks, and two of them were All- Americans." in 'lv' J aa ,f - . -v N - , . .'. .H a . J 1. ,Q t . , '....- , tv, .. '-.,,.-1 -,gf,,f.,,f, - 1' " ., ,, A 1 mi aeftfg .C 4 'fry "'w..' -- .' -z3'2,','1-f9,..1 7 4' " 45 gxgsw .. w I. va- . .. ' 'H .4 ', ti Idlvvf . ., 'iA'fw'lv""'f'M H' 4 f :A . W, Lv ' ,nv . -up .. x-nt:-uaqqilv ,M fy f I" siwfffi- f 'A A . :Q f Wf '-vc-:ef fd ' , If 8' '51 Z,-adn Z.:-. Wifi , Am? -"wwf 9 5 'l , LV 'J' if s 4' W! ,pd-' ,939 N x iw Vw ik 50 '1-:'::?a f'fQ f - TW' 7 2 aa-L J-Us-1 fl F. .r' 'I .ll ' ff LP"-P' '- fb. 'iff f . . ,., at - ? ' 0 6Kn, x - ,ff u NA A I, D' ow glint gg-laC.8,eu.Q 'figs 'V ' " fvggnll gf, 5 xl", :lg 7 is .lf 0ifi,f'T,64.-5' M ' . 1 in tarlnvr 'gyiiixfg 'bf' It-1 My 4 n f ' 'vu lu 473' r' J N' .f -wi ui, 35:-P I-,"26QQ'ff ., - 4 ' -. my l 3' x Q -3 xr U.. - ..,, F' -1- -fr-4 -., ff f ,..+.f-fm- ' """""V'i' V V Y' Q- . + gal, , I f H- -ff -- M-1 A - 51 ' 'U ' x TR mtg, N Q K1 "There's a lot of pinch- ing, ankle-twisting, and nose-twisting in pile- ups, and some guys spit in your face." "I got popped this year, hit this linebacker head on. It knocked me crazy, I couldn't even see. So I came right off the field. Then Coach got all over me for coming off the field. He said, 'Why didn't you lie down?' Was he concerned about me being hurt? No, he just wanted the time out." 9 , , .14 u n I ,, ,,". 49" 'Qs'- 0 " , ' 'v 'Y ".': - , U ff' ' ' lf" ...Q , EQ s T u Aziz! 7 0' I x M ' we 4 ' " ,R -1 X 51' N - -5 Xl " fe- YD S Pas f ' ' ' 'wf-X WM A1 1 Sm ui i' , A, Q 1 . Y-'V ,Q 1- ' 'VQL 'F vel Q.- I, all 4 1 .aff 'if-as-Q'l'?x 'va --. 7 " 3.33 .l -5 E K 'Q Y 1?-'J L T' i LJ A I , - W . fx .av , , reid!! .. as - W A- -. ,s p ' "'4",n 'arg- . 9 N, X .Q-' ' nn" I'5'. gg.. fa-l',,.I9Q . 1: 1 1 ..- 145--is-Q--,, A 4 AC .1-A .., . , 4 ---on-hs14-v. -v-sAn-1nv..-l-al- ,N vff' ang...-. .qw MA r na M I Nag ' .J Cb QQ "One time I was running to the coach on the sidelines and halfway there I tripped and fell on my face." "One time when I was out of shape I was vomiting in the middle of the field during the game." "I never hear a sound from the crowd when I'm playing." "I-low many working plays do we use? Five?" , A f R Y I K' I X 'X 25' U 'Wy ll if I only like one coach all of the tlme course you have to act like you llke them' Ive never been one to flght publlclty We get crank phone calls all tlon Front guys seem to have a lot of McWhorter phone numbers Il ' . I I - - ll ll I ' ' - Il ll y the time . . . the Cay Libera- fl HTH' 1 1 l?'f L4lM ff1'x,'f5' 'iEE'g 7' ' S'.f's3f12x"egf 'vvf!fg".nw f"' 14 an U4 Yrtiut ' Q Y . 5vf11"'!qf', G if l 'qw -r ' QW- if ?- Piw, "F, 3 ni. Q12 y?f.4y'9 ,q,, .Q s Q W-Q amxi , ,,.4' f My 1 J fi f ., ,f I js' v I, xiii, sf, ,vi zirgk' IJ '59 Av.: '-X-U X05 1 I , Y? '34 gf:"3f..'fj5rb"1 3 Ply, rngfii xi 'gn fr ' A ,fdaif '5' 92, id v n A lon x 04,1 A2 J 1' lb' WRU fair-1 14114 , ,ff 'J .. Q is Tai x'Qif"' in cf-1 gig' 'x K-5mJg.1"" me .c-fr vt' 'n H,"'7f,' r ,nw wr .p M ' iA:,J2'i 9 ,wid 58 gum Qin x 4 v 'u ' ,PH W r, ,gh rx ' v 1 , . , KH if Vvx' ' ' , V gms - vue v wh .W w., 4 , ' ' ff. fi ai 1-4-ii-mV? M4 L N I 59 "lrk Russell always tells a joke that has something to do with the game. One game when our defense got run through real bad, he told a joke about Mumbo Cook and stopping up holes!" "Before a game Irk Russell al- ways does 'Bull in the Ring' where one guy in the middle butts heads. That's real blood on his head. It really fires people up. He's a big inspiration to the team." "lt's not like you have an under- standing boss, you have these irate coaches that go on after you, hollerin' and screamin'. I would hate to have a job like that." if I f 9' W' . f.. af dx Q M I ' A' fs ,p if a , f ,, l . ' as 1 ,- , . 4 r dp. - V f cv Vg lzgg N A I H' fs, ' ,. , 5 is t ll .. - 1 4 Q 5 ' i his Q A 1 5 '11 .f "lt's getting to be a tradi- tion now, the same pep talk that Dooley gives every game. He always ends his pep talk with, 'ln the final analysis, it's not whether you're on the offensive team, the defensive team, or the specialty team, it's that you're on the Georgia Bulldog Team, where they're all for one, and one for all.' Funny thing is, I heard his brother says the same thing. " qc 'bfi' 7 f"""' 7 I7 Q ' mf ' TT' 4471 Wlfifi 5 Y " M' .' I y 'EV ' l .11 .QT ' 1"'Q' A 'W W ,fi ' ' 'gs HQ. T. m f vii? ' HR? r in , UG' by iv .3 l MY., , M fvaf 5, M my ff 1- -fv r'5"'i i. 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This year for the first time wom- en at the University of Georgia were able to compete in intercol- legiate athletics in six organized sports: volleyball, basl-cetball, swimming, gymnastics, golf and tennis. This expanded program was made possible as a result of a 515,000 grant given to the women's program by the Athlet- ic Association. The grant, given for one year only, was intended by the Ath- letic Association to sample par- ticipation and interest and to see how well a women's program could be handled on campus. For a year the women had to scrounge for uniforms and transportation, share practice time and facilities, and wonder if there was even going to be a next year for the program. There was no money for coaches' salaries, bookkeepers, secretaries, public relations or information. Finally the Athletic Association voted to include the women's athletic program in its organization, as- suring the program of both funds and a future. The women's athletic move- ment, though in the works for some time, was speeded along by a complaint registered by seven University students with the department of Health, Education and Welfare, claiming discrimi- nation in athletics by the Uni- versity onthe basis of sex. Be- cause of this complaint, the ath- letic operations at the University were investigated, and Georgia has become a testing ground for the future of women's athletic programs around the country. 8 Ut -+w""""mW, f ----nm ...mf y - L .Q , Q - ,.-If -mg Wx . owl ' ,, 11... , .ti Sv -:Di . ,,...,,,.,-.q.-.0.a4MM-M -'Mft' UV: f vm!-A cttw mmgwqrlntw- v, " -J V, 7 I m3:f,? ,-sassy, Q- V. 37544 .rrp ,V , V I . 1 J' mg V u .- Q- 4. . A f, . xi x 4 .-L . P l 7, in "I 'Lit ' .gl ,j:. WWVKWQYF '."'fx'U7lK' 1 'Y . I " . . , Tl J. '- f . 'xe .3 5+ 4 3 ' iff? . , f - .3-,:-f5'3'Ag '. Q 211, ,g.g.,t.u-M. J-.v..f-gf-'gm 4: .L 21:53 ' :J V I :bf , fiffn 'f 'Nw' .f 2' 'K ., J - '- 'Q 1 .N haf 'fx'+:, . ' 4' 'v v V' lj! , ' . 1? 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Once, while watching a film, I fell off my stool." "One guy fell asleep in the library and got locked in. He had to call the Campus Cops to get someone to get him out." 55 Fu! X if ff p ' e K, If 9 ff e a lllr 1 ff! 4. ff' l ff X ,, W il. "I had one very old math professor. Our class loved to irritate him. One day this guy's frat brother came to class and while the professor was ex- plaining a problem on the board, this guy's brother slipped an animal mask on. The professor chased him out of class and down the hall trying to catch him." K ff "Students should be more discreet with the excuses they give for missing exams. One student was constantly missing them. I caught him when he told me he was in the hospital. The time before that he was attending a Christian Scientist Conference." 5."P,4W I' ' "My math professor thought that all Georgia students have calculators and drive new convertibles." .xx sg.s. ssssts fs.. Us, "s, K. .55 Og, 'Ogg 5 I. CQ Q.. ..,4'.0,-. ,f ev 4 SH .nf .. 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Z fl 7 I H' A f l. 1 :alan D ga BOY,50r'AEBODY SURE MESSED UP TAAT PosTER ff A 'IW my FIIDERT me CQETS INTO BEIN6 ON THE .7 .STUDENT XI A A JUDICIPIKY X ,V N 'hiv Ig .I fi! Q", I als , NOW WEVE COME To T-IE END OF TI-IE ROPE. As EIELTED REPRESENTATIVES OF TIE STUDENT BODY INE MUST DSE AILOQB POWEE, AND BBQ THE ADMINISTRATION TO REPAIR L THE CANDY BAR MACHINE IN THE BPEEMENT OF REED HAIL 3 r p 1. omni EYES W H W "Q 1 4 I R 3 iv. :J 1? ,P Q fx x - ., i i iss: I YT? FJ! V f W A MMAIIYM 4 Now WHO sEcoNDED THAT? 'ULU PLATFORM Since its inception in 1972, Coalition has been dedicated to offering viable alternatives and improvements to existing policies affecting the life and well-being of the University community, to promoting progressive and innovative responses to the changing needs of the campus and the community. Coalition is based upon a continuing confidence in the students of this university, and their ability to make useful contributions - to apply constructive efforts - for the betterment of the campus and the community through the imaginative and responsible use of all available resources and facilities, including the Student Government association. An effective, responsive Student Government Association cannot exist without forceful leadership dedicated to the best possible rep- resentation of student priorities in all administrative and academic matters affecting students. Coalition will not compromise students' rights, nor will we confuse weakness with "diplomacy" when the interests of students are at s'take. Acknowledging the lack of real leadership in Student Government in the past, and recognizing the potential of Student Government as one of several channels available to respond to the needs and inter- ests of students, Coalition therefore faces the obligation to help real- ize the full pdtential of Student Government - by supporting strong, dedicated candidates for the Senate, and by offering for the top executive posts the three best qualified candidates: Steve Pat- rick, David Bell, and Susan Fansier. For this reason, the following specific points are presented, not just on their own merits tfor many of these proposals will be supported by other groups and individualsl, but on the strength of the capabili- ties, the determination, and the vitality of Coalition's candidates for Student Government office. SPECIFIC POINTS Academics: The present structure, goals, and methods of university academic policies need to be re-evaluated. In light of expanding stu- dent needs, a thorough re-examination must be conducted of the current grading system, curriculum requirements, academic credit, drop-take procedures, and course materialselection. Coalition strongly endorses the concept of a Free University, optional pass X fail grading in all courses for all students, and the development of independent study courses in all departments. Housing: Coalition believes in progressive student-oriented housing programs. We intend to work for the elimination of the sophomore residency requirement and we support the efforts of the Committee of 6,000 in thir regard. Self-determination in dormitory regulations, alternate life-styles, and the use of Hall Council funds must be real- ized. Dormitory residents should be given a strong voice in selecting the R.A. and G.R. staffs. Physical and recreational facilities in dor- mitories must be improved. Coalition will use all resources to elimi- nate the archaic attitudes which govern the operation of dormitories. Allocations: Students must have complete control of the allocation of Student Activities fees. All personnel funded from the Student Activities fees should be hired and fired by students. If the Activi- ties fee cannot be rescued from Administration control, it must be made voluntary. Health Services: University Health Services should be expanded and quality upgraded. Health services should be extended to the spouses and dependents of students. Coalition will seek establishment of a better abortion-referral program, free pap tests and gynecological examinations, and free distribution of contraceptives and informa- tion to all students. Transportation: Coalition supports a cooperative effort on the part of the University and the Athens community to solve the problems of parking and transportation. The University must provide an ad- ditional Milledge Avenue bus, as well as increased perimeter bus service. Innovative measures, such as car-pool priority systems, must be examined to solve on-campus parking problems, and dormi- tory residents should have the opportunity of parking near their dormitories. Library: The library checkout system must be streamlined and a more flexible range of services and policies examined to insure re- sponsiveness to student needs. The library and its companion snack-bar facility should remain open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Services: Auxiliary Enterprises must be held accountable to the stu- dents it serves, and measures should be taken to insure strict budget accountability and student input. Coalition sie Day Care: The present day care facility should be expanded and use of it extended to dependents of all students, regardless of marital status, economic condition, or sexual preference. The university should provide similar facilities for the faculty and all employees, subject to the same conditions. Married Students: Coalition pledges its complete support to the Married Student Council. Rent in married housing units should be stabilized, and married housing facilities should be made available to all students with dependent children, regardless of their current marital status. Minorities: All minorities - Blacks, Gays, Native Americans, Chica- nos, jews, International Students, and others - must be afforded opportunities to play a meaningful role in University life. Oppres- sive attitudes only stunt the growth of the University. Discrimina- tion on the basis of race, sex, creed, color, national origin, or sexual preference with respect to dances and social programs, employment practices, recruitment, and treatment by official University person- nel must be ended. We support the establishment of an International House, and we advocate the abolition of Saturday classes in defer- ence to the religious beliefs of a significant number of students on this campus. Blacks: The University must make positive efforts to secure in- creased black enrollments. To this end the employment of more black faculty members and administrators is essential. The Black Studies Program must be expanded, courses offered more frequent- ly, and the quality of instruction improved. Black students should be free to choose a black advisor if they so wish. Coalition will actively work with the BSU to establsh a Black Cultural Center, which we regard as beneficial to the educational life of the entire University community. Women: The University perpetuates sexist stereotypes which are personally degrading to women and which fail to recognize women on an equal basis with men. There must be a larger number of wom- en faculty members and administrators in both high and low level positions to serve as role models and destroy offensive stereotype myths. In the area of academics women should have the right to choose women advisors. Womens studies must be expanded to in- clude more than just a few scattered programs and the University should adopt a single admissions standard for both men and women, Discriminatory enforcement of residence hall policies must be abol- ished and a dormitory must be secured for women graduate stu- dents. In health care, women should have the option of choosing female gynecologists, physicians, psychologists, and psychiatrists. Coalition pledges to support the efforts of W.O.M.E.N. and the womens committee of the A.A.U.P. to improve the status of all women: to help establish a womens ideas and issues committee made up of women to present women-oriented programs, to pro- mote ratification of the E.R.A., to support the establishment of a womens center in the community. Gays: Coalition is sensitive to the problems faced by gays at the University and recognizes the need for expanded counseling serv- ices. The SGA Senate Committee on Minority Affairs should act as an advisory board in filling vacancies in Mental Health Services. Counseling, and the Psychology Clinic. We also support the efforts of the Committee on Gay Education to establish a self-help facility to effectively handle personal crises related to the oppression of gays. The ROTC program will be investigated by SGA to determine the accuracy of charges of discrimination against gay and other mi- nority students. The University should refuse to allow the use of its facilities by recruiters of the armed services so long as these groups officially discriminate against gays. Veterans: Through Coalitions efforts, a Minister to Veterans Affairs has been appointed to SGA. We endorse the efforts of veter- ans' organizations on campus, and we support establishment of work-study positions to provide veteran-to-veteran counseling and information services to the University's veteran population. Athletics: Coalition supports the rights of all athletes as students, and holds that these rights pre-empt the regulations set by the Ath- letic Association. We insist upon greater student control over athlet- ic policies and fund allocations so long as the athletic fees are man- datory. Discriminatory practices against women athletes must be stopped and equal funding for women - including scholarships as well as facilities - must be incorporated in the Athletic Associations budget. Coalition recognizes discrimination against black athletes, and we demand greater efforts to recruit black athletes. We urge that all physical education courses be offered to both men and women. Out-of-State Tuition: Residency requirements for in-state tuition should be the same as residency requirements for voting. Financial Aid: Financial aid of any knid must never be revoked as a result of a students expression of dissent. We will attempt to imple- ment a S100-per-student Confidential Emergency Loan Program for all students. University judiciary: A more broad and equitable judicial system is needed so complaints may be brought against administration and faculty as well as students. In general, the University judiciary should concern itself with complaints directly related to the func- tioning of the University. To this end, the University police should not be regarded as an extension of Athens or Clarke County law enforcement agencies. We also support the principle of protection against double jeopardy with regard to student offenses: a student who faces legal action in civil or criminal court should not be re- quired to face similar action in the University judiciary. Legal Counsel: The Student Government Association should retain a licensed attorney, to be selected by a committee of students, for the purpose of representing students in legal cases not directly involved with the University. Such cases may range from landlord-tenant disputes to drug arrests to consumer action suits. Legal Defense Fund: An independent legal defense fund should be set up to assist students in defending their rights in court. This fund would be used to help finance suits brought against individuals, businesses, or the University on behalf of the entire student body. University Senate: Coalition supports the Student Senate's recom- mendation for the establishment of a University Council, to be made up of 100 members - consisting of 21 students, 62 faculty, 7 work- ers, and 10 administrators. Legislative Liaison: Coalition has succeeded in forming a Student Senate lobbying group whose responsibility it is to maintain close contact with the legislative and executive branches of state govern- ment. We will extend our lobbying activities to the Board of Regents, the University Council, alumni and parents, thereby expanding the scope of student effectiveness. Registration and Voting: Coalition will continue voter registration efforts in the community so that students will have real power - beyond the campus - to effect improvements for the entire com- munity. Student Government facilities will be used to inform stu- dents as to how they may participate in electoral politics and how they may become candidates for local and state office, Environment: Coalition was instrumental last year in creating a cab- inet post for environmental affairs, but greater use of student tal- ents, energy, and leadership is needed to clean up our environment. The University of Georgia should serve as a model for a clean envi- ronment. Coalition will continue to work for the abolition of those practices in University facilities which are ecologically unsound, concentrating particularly upon implementation of University recy- cling and waste disposal programs. Where necessary, the Minister for Environmental Affairs should seek legal counsel to bring court action against polluters. Cultural Affairs: The University and the Board of Regents must give top priority to construction of a new fine arts, multi-purpose auditorium and renovation of Memorial Hall. Both facilities should be open on a 24-hour basis. We will work to lift the restriction against the sale of alcoholic beverages on campus. A committee will be established to investigate University-Union activities, expendi- tures, programs, and effectiveness, and to provide recommendations for improving responsiveness to student needs. Affiliates: Coalition strongly endorses the affiliation of the SGA with the National Student Association, the Southern Universities Student Government Association, and the National Student Lobby to gain the advantage of national lobbying forces and a nationwide information source. Information: The past SGA administration has significantly failed to keep students sufficiently informed of SGA actions. We therefore advocate reactivating the post of information Secretary, whose responsibility shall be to publish a newsletter and distribute leaflets, as needed, in order to adequately inform the University community of the activities of the SGA and the Administration. Media: The preservation of free and open campus media is a vital factor in nurturing the spirit of a university. The past year has seen several attempts to suppress the campus media. To forestall the pos- sibility of censorship, Coalition urges the abolition of the Board of Student Communications and will work for the selection of media staff by student committees. As a safeguard against student censor- ship, we' favor the adoption of a policy which would require a two- thirds vote of the Student Senate to reduce media budget requests to an amount less than that of the previous years budget. University Employees: The right of workers to unionize must be upheld. Further, the wages of all University employees should be raised to a minimum, decent living rate of 52.50 per hour. Coalition will also work for the official adoption of equal-work-equal-pay pol- icies in all areas of the University. Faculty: The present promotional guidelines for faculty members are unfair to both faculty and students, because they place exaggerated emphasis upon publication and research. Far greater importance must be attached to teaching ability. Faculty members should have more freedom to develop new class structures and procedures. Loy- alty oaths must be abolished. Faculty members should not have to answer to administrative officials for their private actions. All ad- ministrative decisions directly affecting the faculty must be ap- proved by an elected committee of faculty members. Student!Faculty Relations: Students and faculty must work togeth- er to promote the development of their mutual influence in Universi- ty operations. Coalition will actively seek closer studentffaculty rel- ations through the operations of the college councils and by advanc- ing faculty-related concerns through the SGA. Ultimate goals in- clude joint hiring-firing, promotion, and tenure committees to make binding recommendations to the Administration. Orientation Program: The present orientation program needs re- evaluation to provide for more representative selection of orientation leaders and to permit dissemination of information about all campus and community organizations, facilities, and life-styles. The pro- gram should aim to present a more accurate view of student life in the University Athens community. Direction: The University's primary function is to provide educa- tion for its constituents in a free, open environment. "Both to teach and to inquire into the nature of things" is the University's motto. Students and faculty, upon whom the existence of this university is predicated, should share the balance of institutional power, and their views should provide the basis for establishment of policies and programs of the University. ln academic environment, administra- tors should limit themselves to response and implementation of pro- posals decided upon by faculty and students. They should administer - not dictate - programs and policies. To this end, and to the pursuit of total, integrated improvement in all areas of student concern, Coalition pledges our strongest possible efforts. ln those efforts, we pledge to present the truth and to act in a spirit of good will and love. We stand solidly in support of the rights of individuals to express their opinions, the right to dissent, and the freedoms traditionally associated with the University com- munity, and we reaffirm our dedication to the principle of non-viol- ence, always. - Please don't litter - SALV TIO PLATFORM Since its birth in 1974, Salvation has been dedicated to making demands for changes in existing policies affecting the life, liber- ty, and pursuit of happiness of several members of the Universi- ty Community. Acknowledging the total lack of responsibility and leadership in past Student Governments, and recognizing the POWER allot- ted to the Student Government, we offer our strong, dedicated, trustworthy, brave, thrifty, clean, and loyal candidate persons. GRADING SYSTEM: Salvation favors the abolishment of the current letter grading system and supports the establishment of the "stick on star" system of rating. Under this system each pro- fessor will be allocated a 20 case supply of gold, red, and blue stars quarterly to be distributed among his students as he sees fit. Police protection must be provided for each gold star student to insure that both hefshe and hisfher gold star make it home to Momma safely. HOUSING: Salvation believes in progressive student oriented housing programs. Therefore, we intend to work for the insti- tution of the Harrad and Premar proposals in all university hous- ing units. But, for those closed-minded, conservative, redneck oriented people, we will allow four rooms in Creswell and Mil- ledge Halls in which 24 hour open house will be strictly enforced. ALLOCATIONS: Salvation endorses full student control of all University monies. BUS SERVICE: Salvation demands air shuttle service from Park Hall to Memorial every 10 minutes. We also suggest that, consid- ering the needs of the Milledge Avenue passengers, this service be reduced to a once-a-week, one-way trip. PARKING: Salvation demands that an additional 10,000 parking places be added at the University before Fall Quarter 1974 in or- der to adequately handle the automobiles used by our students, faculty, and staff and to allow for a private parking space for each student. This proposal would boost the security of the indi- vidual, and would do away with the need for University Mental Health Services . ECOLOGY: Salvation demands that the University return 100 acres of the University to its original, natural state, that the stream under Sanford Stadium be brought to the surface and purified, and that no additional buildings, pavement, or side- walks be added to the University physical plant. MINORITIES: All minorities - Blacks, Gays, Toad-suckers, Native Americans, Albanians, Chicanos, White Males, lews, In- ternational Students, Baptists, People with six toes, Left-handed people, and others - must be afforded opportunities to play a meaningful role in University life. Oppresive attitudes stunt the growth of the University, not to mention the growth of the mi- nority groups. TOAD-SUCKERS: Salvation is sensitive to the needs of this group at UGA and promises to investigate the Biology 101 labs to determine the extent of discrimination against Toad-Suckers in this program. Salvation supports expanding counseling serv- ices for this group and the establishment of a 515,000 research fund to study the heartbreak of the common wart. ALBANIANS: Salvation will actively work to establish an Al- banian Cultural Center, and favors hiring more faculty members from Albany, Georgia. Salvation feels that addition of an Albani- an Studies program is essential, specifically offering "The Art and Culture of South Georgia" and "Chevy Mechanics." BLONDES: The dumb blonde stereotype must be destroyed, therefore Salvation favors bleaching the hair on the top 10'E1 of the student body. The Blonde Studies program must be expanded K 1.9.2 ,Nfl to include courses in "How to have more fun" and "Root dyeing". Blonde students should have the right to choose blonde advisors and should be able to share facilities freely with red- heads and brunettes. ATHLETICS: Salvation supports the rights of all students as athletes, and holds that these rights pre-empt the Athletic Asso- ciation. Therefore, we demand the immediate disbanding of the Athletic Association, and the institution of a Student Athletic Association as a branch of the SGA. We feel that any form of physical activity should be regarded as a sport, and thus be fund- ed by the Athletic fee. We also support the recruitment of a ran- dom sampling of the student population, without preference to skill, size, or physical completeness, to fill the positions on exist- ing athletic teams. OUT OF STATE TUITION: Out of State Tuition must be abolished to do away with discrimination against those residing in states other than Georgia. iNote: this offer void to those from Fair Play, South Carolina: Bangor, Maine, and Bucksnort, Ten- nessee.l ACTIVITY FEE: Salvation supports the abolishment of manda- tory student activity fee and proposes a voluntary subscription rate to be paid by each student and later refunded to those stu- dents who do not participate in student activities. iProviding that the said students do not go to concerts, games, movies, or listen to WUOG, read the Red and Black, or set foot in Memorial Hall and that they apply for a refund within 24 hours after mid- night, january 1.1 CULTURAL AFFAIRS: Salvation proposes the scheduling of at least 10 major concerts per quarter and contracting of groups more acceptable to the demands of students. Proposed groups include David Bowie, The Moody Blues, Amazing Amy Ama- zon, Bette Midler, and lanis Joplin. Salvation also demands that all concerts be free and that the University Union budget be cut, so as to allow for the funding of more popularly attended events, such as SGA Open House. MEDIA: Salvation supports the full student financial support for the student media. However, if two or three members of the Student Senate dislike certain publications, we will approve the suspension of the allocation for that publication. DAY CARE: Considering the great need of some 45 married stu- dent on campus and their 32 children who need day care services and cannot find them in Athens, Salvation proposes that the University build a 515 million day care facility to be conveniently located on Gaines School Road. Salvation also proposes the es- tablishment of fifteen teaching positions, with a salary of 525,000 per position annually. This is necessary to provide the necessary student-teacher ratio of one-to-one. AFFILIATES: Salvation strongly endorses the affiliation of SGA with the American Cancer Society for the purpose of promoting growth. SOUTH CAMPUS: Salvation recognizes the existence of a South Campus at the University of Georgia and therefore, sup- ports the urgent need for development of East, West, and North Campus. FOOD SERVICES: Salvation highly recommends the abolition of the no seconds policy. We also suggest that the price of the evening meal be lowered to 3543, We also demand "steak night" once a week. The serving lines and dining halls should remain open 24 hours a day. Direction: Onward, Upward, Outward, Through, and Together. Every litter hurts a bit! 109 University President Fred Davison l I I 4 I 1 5 "No Confidence" The "no confidence" motion passed by the Student Senate brought immediate reactions from all corners of the campus and state. Officers in the University Union, the IFC and Panhellenic Councils and the AG Hill Council all voted "confidence" in President Davison. "The Athens Banner Her- ald" suggested shades of communism in the dealings of our Student Government, and the "Red and Black" had an issue to cover for almost three weeks. Various State Legislators voiced their opinions on whether or not stu- dents should have the right to express their opinions IA student should be seen and not heardl. And Governor jimmy Carter supported another full scale investigation of the situation. Meanwhile, the Board of Regents avoided the l l issue and in a "rubber-stamp" decision, unani- mously appointed President Davison for anoth- er year term. However, all was not in vain. Davison made an unusual appearance in the Bulldog Room and discussed such pressing issues as the high cost of a "Uga burger" and the weather. Davi- son also organized regular meetings with stu- dent groups, such as, most surprisingly, the of- ficers ofthe S.G.A. ln a public appearance at the "Mell-Lipscomb Living Learning Community" Davison stated that "Communication is always a good thing to blame." He added that the underlying cause for unrest here is the shift in the University's goal, Instead of quantity, the University has been pushing for quality. Davison seemed satisfied that his performance here has supported this goal. Davison also commented on S.C.A.p "They don't like me now", and went on to say that he wondered how representative a group elected with only 2096 of the student body vot- ing and 10'Z1 voting for them should be considered. Davison said that people are always analyzing campus problems and the blame usually falls to student apathy. The problem is that "nobody defines students," he said. "The definition depends on the individual's purpose at the University." "The apathetic student could be the student involved in activities," he concluded. The mood has changed, and maybe this time for the better. Student Senate Motion 1-23-74-2 38 in favor 7 opposed Whereas, recent surveys of faculty opinion demonstrate that President Davison's administration is not responsive to faculty desires, that the campus is not efficiently administered and that the faculty has no real voice in the administration of this institution, Whereas, under President Davison's administration, discrimination continues against women at this university in the areas of salaries, hiring, firing, and promotions, Whereas, President Davison continues to be unresponsive to the needs of Blacks, gays, and other mi- norities on this campus, Whereas, President Davison continues to ignore the Student Government Association's legitimacy as the sole representatives for the students at this university, Whereas, Student Government and faculty proposals to remedy this situation have not only been de- nied but at times ignored, Whereas, each year of President Davison's administation has been accented by faculty, student, and worker's unrest, Whereas, President Davison has not shown himself capable of correcting this grievous situations, Be it therefore highly resolved that the Student Senate of the University of Georgia declare a vote of no confidence in President Davison and ask that President Davison not be reappointed at the end of his term, Be it further resolved that copies of this resolution be forwarded to the Board of Regents, to the Uni- versity Committees of both houses of the legislature, to Governor jimmy Carter, and to the AAUP and AAUW, and the Southern Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges. if V! ,, , 1 is if, . ff X f Student Senator Michael Simpson signs a conditional oath of office. 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Or after your first quarter and grades when your Momma reminded you that you should spend at least three hours out of class studying for every one hour in class . . . And even though you real ized that that didn t allow you enough time to eat and get those nine hours of sleep that Momma also told you to get you agreed with her . . . which IS always easier . . . And you really real ly do try for a day or two or for a whole week at a time but you cant seem to avoid those diversions i -I1 hd ' lf Yeah diversions all kmds of expe rlences going meeting people entertaining or being entertained but always listening As students we seem to spend most of our time listen in bored ambivalent reach mg for something to take for our own We keep going to classes lectures movies concerts and parties search mg for answers or to be comforted other searchers just to know we aren t alone And they say there is always something to do at Georgia It is such a big school so many peo ple it is impossible to be alone N9 J., 0 'Wi wx ,pk -bg r H l .al 0 I V 1 ll W - ! 3 7 . 1"- nu 1- lg IJ 5 ' ' - 7 ' D 1 ' l I 'G ' ll ' ' ll ' I I ' . . - 1 - I I , 1 . , . . . 1 . g I l I I . I V I n - I ' . 1 1 I ' I ' I 1 I I ' I I I . 1 by . , . 1 I ' II Il I ' . . 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While theywould be difficult to initiate -in the free secondary school system, any college -at university could experiment with the general approaches and wouldhave no difficulty inrfek- cruiting interested students and their families. While these proposals may be Skinnerian in the basic belief that we must change our environ- 'ments to accomplish human dignity, they are not Utopian, nor are they based on compulsion. If America is ever to be greened, and human beings educated to enjoy life in a total national commun- ity, it is not too late to begin with the 17 or 18 year old who still retains much of his youthful idealism. u .s....l..,-ta,-..1. H Y ty. ,-. W ,. t.-?3'is.., . p' .,1ff2.. -. S + -ff-W , , - H . Y ...W .-if , .,I2'-. -1.4 A --,4 4 -1- gfygf M . YW.-'EJ ,, -- . .I is - Zi r' .'.. ' 1: j 'jf 2511, ,e-K . ' . ',5ggf," '1."gr"..'W-,,F'-P 'hi F -H. 'T I . ' ..,,J.f,v . ,F ,., -4. .. v, ,,..4 ,,,. 1f.,,.,..-v.-L.. V .'. If ,J-1, rv Q-fi -an f ' , . 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Among the crowd, he found me Out and dropped his bloody snack Ane came to the perilous edge Of the cage, where the great bars tremble Like wire. All Sunday ambling stopped, The curved cells tightened around , Us all as we saw he was watching only Me, I knew the stage was set, and I began To perform first saunt'ring then stalking Back and forth like a sentry faked As if to run and in one brilliant move I made as though drawing a gun from my hip bone, the bite-sized children broke Up changing their concept of laughter But none of this changed his eyes, or changed My green glasses Alert attentive, He waited for what I could give him My moves my throat my wildest love The eyes behmd my eyes Instead I left Him, though he followed me right to theend Of concrete I wiped my face, and lifted off My glasses Light blasted the world of shade Back under every park bush the crowd Quailed from me I was mside and out Of myself and something was given a life- mission to say to mefhungrily over And over and over your moves are exactly right For a few things in this world we know you When you come, Green Eyes Green Eyes I ' Q 4 U' 4 - ,P ' , . 1 ..- . . ' I is . . - 1- 4 I I . . . . Au ' T,,...1 . . ll I 11 . . . 1 I n ' ' - .fa - V2- .: , I l ' n n n 1 ' , , . , I ' N . J 14. ..'fft,, , , -, at 2.1. ",1,1Q-" - . ,l ' ' ' ,sg-Qvgvm.. H :'j:,f,4-1.14272 -':., V ' , ' -,.-'w.sfi-44, ' en, ,. -- .-,1:,:.-an . - V --"jigs- gh Fig 4- u - -" ' ar:- .bew . 'ffl .- .elif-' .T jackson ' WILLIAM PRIEDKIN Director "The French Connection" "The Exorcist" "The Audience last year was almost 18 million people. That may sound like a lot of people, but actually we are losing our audience at an incredi- able rate. The motion picture indus- try is, in many ways, a dying indus- try. The audience was 18 million a week in 72' but in 1946, the audience was over 80 million a week, no matter what was playingg Movie going was a habit. In my opinion, it is not just the inroads that television has made that has taken the audience away, not at all because when there is a picture that the audience wants to see, like the "Godfather" or "Love Story" and a few like that, then you can't get a ticket, you stand in line for hours. What I think it is is that the filmmak- ers of my generation gave up the bas- ic fundamental reasons why people go to movies. What people want is an emotional reaction, To laugh, cry, and be scared. And I can't really think of another reason to go to the movies." fe 1 i ..--- 9 X -3 volt jane Fonda Tom Hayden "As a result of decreasing media coverage, the ordinary citizen feels he cannot affect gov- ernment policies. However, the individual can influence the present conditions within the Nixon administration. ,I , . DICK GREGORY "Social Prob- lems, Social or Antisocial?" "The economy is in such a state today that it is cheaper to eat money." "It is a sta- tus symbol to have onions on your breath. The high prices are in what the poor folks have to eat." "Funny, there ain't been no shortage in alcohol or cigarettes." "Why not have a President that reflects your country?" "When Momma's a whore she's a whore, that's cool." "If johnson had N "P, been caught in a scandal like Watergate, he'd be the first to say 'Damn right, I done it, Now what is you goin to do about it!' " "People say Blacks don't know how to speak English, but I ain't got no English blood in me." "If white women are always being raped by blacks, how come whites ain't getting darker and darker?' "As blacks, we've just been fixed up, we still have to go through therapy. 400 years of wrong take a long time to right." "We've got to quit shak- ing our asses and take care of business." ERICH VON DANIKEN Author of Chariots ofthe Gods? "The earth's was formed about 4 billion years ago. and all that science knows is that something like man existed 1 million years ago! The gods of the dim past have left countless traces which we can read and deci- pher today for the first time because the problem of space travel was not a problem but a reality to the men of thousands of years ago. I claim that our forefathers re- ceived visits from the universe in the remote past, even though l do not yet know who these extraterrestrial intelligences were or from which planet they came. I nevertheless proclaim that these "strangers" annihilated part of mankind existing at the time and produced a new, perhaps the first, Homo sapiens." .L ., ,W ,. if -'35 A 1 ' . 2 . ' V"A 1 ' -I 1 '-. f A ' " - v' ""?g1if'5f',"i1,i"T'5i-f2- '. 'lf 2 'ff-54' 13" ' "-' ' ,, " -.f' ' ' ' ' ' ' "' - 52.51" if f'-' gi, - N , ,1 j, ,V. 2 . 1 -- ' - ff - 2 51 51 4,' 4 . 2 A ' Y ' ' .2 - 4' f fi ' 24 f if-5. f"' fy: 21 ",, 1.5 V " gf"5N"l' 'K , 3 - I if -iff-'Qif?f A f . A f 2- ' 12 V in 3 , i.xV Y A - : A ' ' A A J A' 4 ' , , g-Q-ig fi I 2. Pm all Pervers1on 12 N 2 ' F ' ' A A K :Ez-". V. 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I ' "",iQ- , 1 lWard Advertisement Q-5, al UNIVERSITY THEATER PRODUCTION THE NIGHT THOREAU SPENT IN IAIL MARCEL MARSEAU kd "Woodchuck Festival of Love, Peace, and Death." K it xl 'K I I. E ii. 1' .A'. 11" Aa-7 .. K f'?.- . '5 , , is ,. NX N . 'Q- R . "Pull the triggers niggersg We're with you all the way, lust across the Bay." Bob Dylan t "You say I owe you somethin', You ask me for my plan, just who were you expectin', Iesus Zimmerman?" 1 ,Un-axyna , V ' '..,'-,- -1-f- 1.-v -,R Nlartha Mitchell Y 5 W- Vlu in l.u. is--Z' . ', f 1 " 4 7 I - K tm I Ar ' -an mf! liar, P "We are Lemmings, we are crazy, we will feed our flower habit until we fall off the cliff." . A p' 't s this page hy Brad Ward - V! gl' OPERA WORKSHOP THE MEDIUM , . ' V, V, - ' ' C ' f Aw' vf:ii,f-feC..nifis- vw 4 1+ M ne' if -5 if I uw-- 1 . 'J-I1 ' Y,'.'3", -H J ' . 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The back-up Band is better Look outfor the Frisbee' What does he looklike7 I heard he was queer This had better be good There he is' University Union Proudly presents . . , APPLAUSE APPLAUSE APPLA USE That sweet sweet fragrance . . . . WOW . . . Stoned again Down in Front' ' Hey Buddy, can tyou dance? ENCORE ' Applause Let s get his autograph Was it worth lt? :'f:iaf'?1- 'wi' ', . 'xvgal-Y QL' 'fffigi - 'fi 4 -, fi 1 ' I - . "ar f 14' will-f:"'ml6"' ,:.3,ggq'f5't5J,' , gif . 4, -1? 4, :-an-5 . L,X.:gu.9.g, 1 ,- 7-- ,gui-,-g --53. -nw' 'ny lg- 'Rf 'fe - 17m 'ig,-:Ztf'A,l2P'-,'a3,.'gg-ttf, "Elderberry Wine" "Yellow Brick Road" "Madman Across the Water" "Funeral For a Friend" "Your Song". 41.1 ,lvl .nik wn I X . i Q I c . i - P lx its Iguess so . . , V wg 5 was lPaid for if. CLASSICAL CONCERT 515111125 I 3 I " ' E Um ,incl I 1 I , ,115 HK' 5 AMERICA Ventura Highway in the sunshine where the days are longer thenxghts are stronger than Moonshine you re gonna go I know 'WHQ 'f rr f ,M C I t A ' if P i? i - ' . i k it f Y I ' if , . .Q , I K 4 I . x ' E ' 9 ' I ' ' I I a if - 1. ii ' U-M - . y , . ' 'I ' , Z- , fig "-n- ' i,- ,fy . , - . V-.-Qr,I."f3 wg" rg'-w ,L ,MW i . if V S ', .Y ., . --I . ., , ,u - x - I V- i1""1ili'f':' - .. ' ' i ' 7' n QUIZ 1 1 ' wr . I 'I 4 ,.-' ' 1 - A' K A sa 1 N - V ,, 1. ATLANTA RHYTHM , SECTION lx I' I Xt xy , W i s f I 7 u 0 Q ' X ' 4- 9 -5 . , , ya I , ' me N, fo S I l I1 'I 1 1 ' K l we xx 1. 1 I I, ' Q- 5 li V l ' A. w MX I . ll. 'xl QNX- K . S6 5 , rt Nfl xxx If X - R . 4, r S R W X 1' Eg 5 L f aa- . in 0 Ste hen ack u I LES MOORE ,-1 '2egg:' S SILVERMAN U!! f ff? , AA .,V,A. ,..:,-'-I ' -."',' 4 . 'f X t ' .-1 ffl i 1 1?-N .da ff '11, Il MARSHALL TUCKER BAND "Can't You See What that Woman's Been Do'in To Me?" . 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A'l'F't ' if Aif' v '- ' HARRY CHAPIN ' 'I Taxi WOLD - Sniper Better Place to Be Easy It was just another night and I was out on a llmb lookmg for someone to help me back ln A couple of hours of crulslng around brought me into a bar and I sat me down - nothing much to be found So I got m to talkmg to the old bar man he said You got a problem I can understand and I know a little lady who IS all alone If you fmd her she will take you home She don t like to spend her nights alone' They call her Easy They say rt s not a way for a body to be They call her Easy She rs grvmg out her love for free I found her on the street like the bartender sand She was not great looking but not that bad Walked on up to her and didn t say a word but my eyes were talkmg and I think she heard Yes she heard me We walked down the road to a rundown farm She ht a couple of candles and she held out her arms Lord she was gentle as a wmdblown sigh - in the morning while dressing I could hear her cry She was crying and I went flying out of there The next day found me walkmg m town Saw the old bartender and I flagged hum down I thanked him for the girl and told hlm that she pleased me and laughed a llttle but about how she was easy But the old man stopped me with the look m his eye He sald You know I had hoped you werent that kmd of guy Dream of the kmd of world it could be if we were free with out love like Easy It s a hard world we must learn to be easy In a cold world I must love the ones who please me - Easy' I l I lj - 4 ' v P 3 f ,erin I I X , 0 ff, ff 11 11 11 II ff' " U 11 ll 11 l , I J, ll ll! 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E i ' . if Q I f ' . sf' ' ' 5 . i Mg,-W' A .' 1 wif' -" K :Jef fri? f- ' P -A A l if ' -W -i ' 'V' " K io 3' fq, x - ' ' .-fe, we-' ,: ' - ,. -.1 - '-14 4 , , - 21 ll f5'13'S"f.f-1123?kiwi-flii4 ' ' I 5?-"difg3qEiZE,j51 'ig f . . ,.V, ' 5 1. -' : 1 if i A . J g ' ' ' .J 9' K Q .Q - -,:j:,31f, .-., 1 - 2: i , . 1 . fi-'fl Ky' P 5' ' I! , Y , - g 5 A ff A . .fp A ' 1 ' A . la . ' RIDERS OE THE PURPLE SAGE "Panama Red" l A 3 i ual. 'fi , 'Q 1 , 1 , 'gg xx A 4 5 A ilg , --s ' A ' ' 'Q 3 5' , fs? I .. y , fr, 5. ' ' M :J ,L , Qu .' . l V ke' , , g - fx ' X 'V 3 ' ' f ., Q . V Y T I I 'IT Q . COMMANDER CODY AND THE LOST PLANET i AIRMEN ' , f' V "Daddy said "Son youre gonna drive me to drinkin' if you . 3 don't stop driven that Hot Rod Lincoln,-" "Truck drivin i ' ' Man Momma Hated Diesels Stems and Seeds Again 'f 7 11 ,, . ,, ' ' - - Blues jail-House Rock . l - I . . E 1 ' 7 A Q 1 ' -4 ' 'Qi L M 5 - , - .L . f f J' ,P 11 ' 5 Q ,1' ' ' 'S " ' ,-'.-Q g pw., - I V, 5,91 M -'fur I 1 . We Q 1, U' - A A 1 ,L ,es , Her F gx T ' A A' 'A . 'll Vi ' 2 ' li ,-,MVP S "l L . .- V vvl, P A I, i . in N hi. A, AE 9 -, l 'Qu 5 1 V! F i ' , b . 1 W Q ', ' 4 X , , Q 44" V-all PL ' ,3 ' 1 , W' ' WLQS-Eigiigiiirf :lg -if A - ' ' L , ' IH?'6a,f"U.'T3k+g 3 A - b A ,Q 1 ii A L A ' hai' Oo Much, Too Soon" "Wliat Did She Use?" "lbs a Shame" "Could lt Be lm ' lf 7--it.'f'?v?5K.,"L:'Lic-, f ' H I ' F'all!!1gfLQjli6figQ'zja 'lull Be Around - ""' ff'-l'4fi'fX 41 f' ' 'P a-i, 1.xgi-1.1f,fg-g--if:A C , i Qi A f mi-3555-' I Jw Q 2 At Night mf E U foil? l ff' nf'- fr- Pr-"" was 1qq Harvey Wallbanger Mar Tai Smgapore Sling Daiquiri Tequila Sunrise CLUB x . 6 . ',?3fg4i'sf 1 .' .. e --Q gint 5,5 ' ' :,..'1 'g , , , ...ly .,,' Q, Beginning Thursday night you get rest less Sometimes you get drunk Usually you go out to get drunk B8rl. Warehouse for the party people The Last Resort for the arty The Dog House for the drunks Between the Hedges the Library and Wall Street West for the locals and TK Harty s for the very practical and usually married these are the spots Later you go by the house or to International House of Pancakes or the Waffle House Why? To Avoid Mornings A new organization was founded in Athens this year by a Mr james Ray This organization was one of the best publicized rn town The Red and Black and WRFC spread the news For only S10 dues per couple mem bers could hear Cheech and Chong and enjoy all the free booze they could enjoy The meeting house was Old Mill Hall but painters and workmen remodeled the building to pre pare for the show J There was no show Cheech and Chong did not arrive and the back up band Mose Iones was at best bad No liquor was served because Athens has an ordinance agamst free liquor and besides the club had no pouring license. Rainchecks were issued and Kris Kristofferson was promised for the next weekend. Kristofferson was nonetheless shocked to hear this as he had never heard of Athens, and Cheech was equally shocked and suggested that "Mr, Ray" be hung-up by his "wang-wang". For some unknown reason, "james Ray" had disappeared, leaving behind dozens of unpaid bills, a bewildered assistant manager, and 1000 rainchecks. Could this happen in modern Athens? lt did. Welcome to the Loser's Club! I V , , -.1 . 6 , I K , -f N x.."?' a - Goat s Head Soup Red Rose Speedway Dall' s J qt . 5257 .1-.-.uf-n O , SWS I W In Stereo A ,gy .4 I Il Court and Spark Hotcakes Chicago Slx Bette Mxdl r R ngo" "l Got A Na e awww 5:35. iq' r ' sl, X - - All pictures this spread by Stephen Fi' . X - -... t.. L--L... .M "'-'-'----...,,. "All in the Family" ' "Batman" reruns "The Tommorrow Show" .Egg -me y:, IA Q ...lf A -.zliqe - 5 as .-er-5 '1-:,,:g',. 1q,f:S-Anka, , A , , li -'S - X Xf- Q . - will . lc, ,- Q f .Q . 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Y 7 v . as x, I , 'I x ' f 1- ..... .4 f K4-4' The Grievances of the Black Student Union We, the Black Student Union, representing Black students and Black organizations, have fallen victims of discrimination by the University of Georgia. As victims of discrimination, we wish to initiate the necessary procedures for securing the rights of Black students. We wish to protest the following inequities as they relate to Black students 1. Misallocat ion of University-allocated funds. A. Evidence of flagrant and intentional inconsideration of Black students in budgetary allocations. B. Eradication of S2400 allocated by the Student Government for a Black cultural center. i C. Inadequate support of Black cultural affairs. 2. Education and Faculty. A- Inadequate number of Black professors. B- Inadequate number of Black administrators in viable positions. C- Few graduate students. D- No Black coaches. E- Insufficient Black studies program. 3. Admissions Practices. A- Lack of relevant recruiting procedure. B- Discriminatory practices in recruiting materials. 4. Institutionalized and Systematic discrimination of Black Students A. Degradation of students in the classroom situation. B- Poor Black representation in the organizational structure of the University's Intramural program. C. Lack of representation in administrative positions in housing. D. lnconsistency in approving reservations of University facilities E- Discriminatory practices in professional schools. 1 mf f 1 J' xr Y K' 15 f J' X 3 fn: .3 V. 7 F AN af' x ll ' , ' Qiigz i ' 1 f I Q . , I 9 K . ' , m . e l , . 5 f.4L Q CX Lg .V in , 5 if w M" 5 A Q-. '-:fzxgwznf,gg,, , Ula! ,T ,-Kga,,s,.., Q- 1 ,gf ' HH: . ' y .- X lx - ' 1 ' :PSF ' 5 ts " . 5 Q O X G , 1750 R .4 Iv xg V5 J 4 ff!! 'nm X 5- ea. J x t P A if V ' "- ' - V ' J 3 ' 1 I r - . ' - .f .4-" ' - '5 ' ' - ' J ,Pl , 'fgqg qxiu ix, S -5 , 0 , 'E i ' . . , 1 -, a v . ,Lax VX Q I Efx 9 'fx' ? "fx , My-N 23 lu? I-eg: ff 7 ,J -. , . 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" ' T ,, K 'Tn 'AS-Q-Q1 .nn it A U 'Lama-1:5..,L,'a fi' L f7ff'fl ff ' 4 fbifxl , 2 ' ""' " "' -'Ti-J f.g.fQgV"" ' 9' "F 'Tel' . Q. 31 'H H' , 5 - Ni . 'Q .5 Q f -3, gs, - .iwmul 4' 4 , ,PQ .Vi W' I Bm. , , I . ll .- V-.P .. . x - ,Aj 9 q ,s- 1'3" :WE - - f W-i2"f i .W-.. Q Q A X , 5 N Jxfa M , ig f' T ' , 4 NX 4- r I: 1 Nu A - .J ..A, A '-N, --- - 5 Li'-' W ' -f---lug '1 1 , Lap. ,. . -tai' . .... -,. .I X1 'gy . if" , , QRGANIZATICDNS X University Theater Since its founding in 1931, the University Theatre of the Department of Drama and Theatre has staged over one hundred and sixty-five productions. These productions provide students, faculty, and residents of Athens the opportunity of viewing a variety of plays, both contemporary and classic. In the fall and winter of the 1973-74 season, the University Theatre pre- sented lean Anouilh's The Waltz of the Toreadors, Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee's The Night Thoreau Spent in jail and Bertolt Brecht's The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui. In the spring of 1974, the University Theatre produced The Hostage by Brendan Behan and Richard Stockton's Torn Sawyer. In addition to the annual major productions, over forty student-directed one-act plays are presented in the Laboratory Theatre. The High School Drama Workshop is held annually. In the summer of 1973 the High School Drama Workshop productions included Lanford Wilson's The Rimers of Eldritch, Iules Feiffer's Crawling Arnold, and Bertolt Brecht's The Exception and the Rule. The Summer Repertory '73 company produced Leonard Gershe's Butterflies Are Free, james Rosenberg's Life and Death of Sneaky Fitch, and Old Times by Harold Pinter. UNIVERSITY THEATRE STAFF Director . . . , , . . .....,.,.,.....,. Leighton M. Ballew Visiting Lecturers .,,.. Aleksander Bardini, john Reich, Helna White Associate Director , . ,.,. . .,,., , ...,. Gerald Kahan Assistant Director . , . , ...... Faye Head Assistant Director . . , , , , William Wolak Assistant Director . . r . . . , . . . , Stanley V. Longman Technical Director and Designer , . , . , ...... Paul A. Camp Associate Technical Director and Designer , ....,, W. Ioseph Stell Assistant Technical Director and Designer , , , . Lawrence L. Graham Costumer . , . . , , . . . ,,... ..,..... I ackson Kesler Iunior Artist-in-Residence . . . . . . . . john Doyle Secretary . , , . , . . Carolyn F. Farr Associate Secretary . , . , . , . Yvonne Peppers Fine Arts Auditorium Manager ,,.,...,... . , . james Ayers Shop Supervisor , , . . . . , , . , .......,.. . james Ayers Fine Arts Auditorium Assistants , . , . . Tom Coleman, Stuart Grant joseph McLaughlin Sound Supervisor . . . Lawrence L. Graham Light Supervisor , ,.,,...,. Paul A. Camp Property Supervisor . ,,,. W. joseph Stell Make-up Supervisor . .,.. ..,. . . . , . . Frederick Ollerman Administrative Assistants . . . , Nancie Allen, Shirley Baker, Patricia DeAlteris, lim Grier, Larry Hartsell, Frank Iohns, Taylor Lawrence, Dora McCollum, Cathy McQuaig, Bob Renna, Carol Rogers, Tommy Smith, Cathy Zager. Costume Assistants , , Sarah Bewley, Helen Butler, james Childers, Maureen Conway, Marcia Elvidge, Patricia Feldman, Bonnie Young, Linda johnson, Michael O'Brien, Clara Painter, Bob Pittman. Technical Assistants . . Robert Berens, Leighton Bewley, H. Brooks, Gary Burton, john Carson, Danny Gaskill,1ohn Howkins, lim Martz, john Mayberry, William Meyer, Ed Peed, Susan Peters, Linda Riechert, Cecilia Ridenhour, Bill Sanders, Rafe Semmes, Stuart Sweet. 13311 Quarter The Night Thoreau Spent In Iail Lawrence and Lee 154!Drarna fl 0 S J 3 V F 1 0 9 ' i-Q25 'Sh 1,5 Block and Bridle ' rw L President john Martin Vice President Chap Cromley Secretary Nancy Smith Treasurer Dennis Sheppard lgo Agriculture Karen Anderson Cheryl Barnes Stanley Black Sally Boddie Bruce Brooker Mark Brace Vaughn Calvert Kathy Cantrell Susan Castor Kathy Christy Richard Conoly Iohnny Crumbley David Curry Nick Dale lim Davis Sheila Debus Ted Gillard Rob Dow Cecil Eaddy Nonnie Eakle Lee Eaton Neal Florence Pamela Frappier Barbara Harris Pam Hatalla Brenda Holsenbeck Anne Hortenstire Doug Hughs Henry lnglesby Kim Iohnson Carol Kirkwood Phil Lackey Melinda Lewis Ronald Long Keri Martin Pat Meyer Bill Mount Eddie Murray Clifford Nash Winston Neal Margret Nelson Stephanie Noles Betsy Pelt Ellen Pinckney Ricky Pinkin Rob Preseren Leta Prow Brenda Pullm Gene Rankin Dale Richard Randy Roberts Mary lane Shreve Roger Sinyard lack Spruill Wayne Tankersley Ray Taylor Lawrence Vick lack Wall Everett Williams Marty Wilson Burt Wingfield Horticulture Club Leon Alligood Susan Amason Clem Anthony Ioyia Anthony Diann Bass Cathy Barnes Robert Brannen Beverly Clark Bucky Cook Ina Cook Lydia Daniel lim Davis Melanie Davis Tommy Davis Lee Eaton james Fountain Georgia Ann Garris Lynwood Hall Ianice Haupt David Henderson Terri Hickman joe Hutchins Irene Iewell Hilda johnson Larry lohnson Karol Kotal Marie Lecroy if !:i if 6- President Edward Poenicke Vice President Hiram Larew Secretary Nancy Trapnell Treasurer Al Henderson Margaret Akery Heidei Brown Caroline Christian lim Conboy Linda Cneiss Al Henderson Beth jones Hiram Larew Andy Padgett Greg Ramire Pat Smith Wesley Smith Cyndee Whitfield 4-H Club President- Randy Nuckolls Vice President - Irene Jewell Secretary - Karol Kotal Treasurer - john Welch Marilyn Lecroy Sandi McLeod Deatrice Minish Randy Nuckoll luanita Pierson Ellen Pinckney Randy Prichard Michael Posey Brenda Pullin Donny Roberson Carol Shaw Cathy Sparks Pam Ward Tina Weatherford john Welch Kay Williams Nancy Williams Denise Wyatt AgmullurefI57 President - Tony Lastinger we President -Paul Brown Georgla Student Branch of American Secretary - Elton Maddox Treasurer - Jae Hardy Soclety of Agricultural Engineers Ricky Allen Clem Anthony Earl Barrentine Paul Brown Steve Duncan Andy Early David Elster Pat Flanders Hugh Cauntt Randy Cilisson Iae Hardy Mark Hollingsworth Mike Lane Huey Lastinger Tony Lastinger Chuck Lee james McCallum Ray McKemie Elton Maddox loe Meadow Russell Moye Tim Nafziger Steve Newberry Kenny Obenauf Carl Paschal Cary Stroud Edwin Silvey joe Tyner Ioel Walker Damon Wallace 1 'K Ag lr re:fQrgan1zat1onlnnllat President - Susann Creasy Vice President - Susan Giles Secretary - juenchin Deng Treasurer - Steve Wheeler Linda Clanton Charles Monagle William Edmunds john Bergh Douglas Perkins Andrew Moore Brenda Joiner Winton Teagle Kenneth Lott Greg Washington Dennis Paulk Alva Godfrey Yaw len Locus'Chuang Thota Hamsa Woon Chan N X ATQN A , 5 A, ,K Institute of Food Technologists Bobby Tankersley - President Ed Bfeifsfhweff lack Spruill - Vice President Russell Brooks , , lim Cline john MCKISSICK - Secretary Robert Dickson led Dillard Randy Nuckolls Joe Olivero Kenny Robinson Henry Wall Donnie Wilburn Michael N. Voight Craig Smith Sergio Restrepo Nora M. Hicks Ronald Cox Terry Baucom Oswald King Lindsey Wood Theodore Brown Marie Parthemos Larry Hundyez Tyre Lanier Yongkeyn joh Stephen Potts Peter Hwang David Henderson Douglas Goff Chung-Ming Arnold Wu Ruey-Ruey Huang Ted Graboske Abolfazl Azhar Andrea Axelson B. Swaminathan Anna Resurreccion Randall Rejberg Kun-Yu Chang Bob Noyes Tom Gibson Thorsteinn Karlsson Michael Quinn Daniel R. Kibbe Louis Torcivia Kim Woolung Tom Bradford Kerney Rash Aghon Agrxtulture, Agriculture Hunnrari 1 FQ .TfLi"'f.'Y f1L: 1- v.' lapaugh, Nick Pollett. AG ECONOM- ICS - Ray Taylor. AG ENGINEERING - Mike Lane Chuck Lee. ALPHA GAMMA RHO - Bill Eletcher Phil Lackey. ALPHA ZETA - Larry Motsin- ger, Russell Moye. A.M.T. - Allen Mull George Dyer. A.V.M.A. - Liz Sparger Burkie jesse. BLOCK 8: BRIDLE - Ever- ett Williams, Chap Cromley. DAIRY SCIENCE - Mart Wlilson, Mark Grun- del. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCE - Dave Pense, Pat Meyers. -1-H - Randy Prichard, Hilda johnson. FOOD SCIENCE - Susann Creasy, Tom Teagle. FORESTRY - jim Rakes- traw, Brett Derning. AGRICULTURIST - Adabeth Pirkle, Mike Daniel. AGAE- EAU - Brian Grimm. HORTICULTURE - Nicky Hennings Greg Romire. PHI U - joni jones. POULTRY SCIENCE - joe Stubblefield jim Herman. PRE-VET - Henry Inglesby Margaret Nelson. UGAXSHEA - Sue Sue Davis Dot Meadows. WILDLIFE - Carroll Allen Dennis Martin. Xl SIGMA PI - Barry Shiver. SENATORS: AGRICULTURE - john McKissick john Gilleland jim Davis. HOME ECONOMICS - Lynn Mayo Kristen Bufone. EORESTRY - jim Cline Paul Eason. President - Secretary Treasurer - john McKissick Stenette Elemmen Vice President - Reporter - joe Tyner A Randy Nuckolls Parliamentarian - Wanda Taylor G Counc ll . . ' l NIENIBERS. AGRONOMY - Bruce Til- ' ' -40-ul Agricultural Economics Club Leo L. LaMarch - President Randy Strange - Vice President Charles Cross - Secretary Max Turner - Treasurer 100' Agrit ulturf' john Harrison Bolin Dale E. Brown III Richard Heggie Byne julian Orr Colquitt Charles M. Cross, jr. james E. Davis, jr. Herman V. DeLaigle james Roberts Gamble joe Ernest Hayes David Trainer Hays Robert Clifton Holton Larry Alan johnson Leo Louis La March I I i ,CA li Felix G. Liles. Ir. Ronald F. Marchant Hugh Dorsey Matthews William Lee Noegel Charles Randall Nuckolls jack Maurice Rattray Fran D. Rolandi Arthur R. Sheffield Randall G. Strange Thomas Raborn Taylor james William Thomas Michael Allen Trees George Maxwell Turner john Rubel President Bryan Macon Vice President Art Schreiber Secretary Bonnie Boden Treasurer Steve Tmay 92f'f 765 Danny Overstreet Harry Neville james Stephens Robert Krcklighter Wayne Patrick Robert Austin Bobby Knight Ferry Rhodes jack Bagget, jr. john McCollum Frank Rose Cary Bernes Barbara Merriam Kennith Smith George Doyal David Eden Thomas Edwards jack Floyd john Garrison Kathleen Huegel 'Kew Anne Allison Charlene Baker Terry Brady Thomas Castellani David Chastain Norbert Chandler jerry Collins William Conn jr. james Cox David Dabney Peter Dunning james Callow Larry Hitchcock Richard Hanley Carol Hoffmeier David Hopkins Sam jackson Charles johnston Lane jones Diana jordon Danny Kutland john Lennon Molly McKiblan Ronald Mann Vickie Mann Merice Merkin james E. Mercier Kent D. Mitchell jack McNese Asborne Brown james Patrick Ross Potts William Pulham lll Randy Stephens Athalie White james Wink Charles H. Woodliff jr Rho Epsilon William Kaliher William Sparks janet Tandy William Taylor Miles Watters jr. Charles Yeargin james Curtis jr. 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Patterson lReidj 407. Harold C. Walraven, jr. Robert j. Healey Raleigh G. Bryans Lawrence T. Crimmins George R. Reinhardt lBobJ William A. Elinburg, jr. William B. Phillips lBarryj Walter T. Evans lTedj Thomas A. Waddell Robert S. McArthur Edward L. Dunn, jr. Michael E. Merola William H. justice Nickolas P. Chilivis Michael W. Edwards Talmadge E. Arnette Carl j. Turner Claude M. Hipps Burton S. Middlebrooks Henry G. Woodard Cecil R. Spooner Howard K. Holladay Phil C. Beverly Roland C. Stubbs, jr. Hassel L. Parker Robert K. West james D. Benefield, jr. lDeweyl Wesley L. Harris Frank V. Salerno William D. Moseley lDarrellj Charles R. Adams, jr. Daniel W. Kitchens Edmund R. Bratkowski lZekel Donald L. Branyon, jr. Randall T. Maret .john R. Carson Robert L. Blalock Quentin R. Gabriel 408. jay D. Gardner 409. 410. Frank W. Seiler Richard P. Trotter 411. joseph P. O'Malley 412. Kermit S. Perry 413. jule W. Felton, jr. 414. jabez McCorkle, III ljakej 415. john j. Wilkins, Ill 416. Norman S. Fletcher 417. Lindsay H. Bennett, jr. 418. 419. Robert S. Lowery, jr. Donald G. joel 420. john R. O'TooIe 421. joel j. Knight 422. 423. 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 Edward W. Killorin George M. Scheer, jr. joseph H. Marshall Nathan G. Knight Robert A. Rowan David K. Hollis, jr. Monte W. Markham Emmet j. Bondurant, II .jay C. Cox Ben S. McElmurray, jr. lSwainj Harry E. Hendrix . Theron C. Sapp Bryce W. Holcomb I Thomas E. Dennard, jr. james P. Walker, jr. William A. Davis, jr. Thomas H. Lewis, jr. Thomas R. Burnside, jr. james P. Yarbrough Charlie B. Christian Earl T. Leonard, jr. Francis A. Tarkenton Thomas M. Blalock Ronald L. Case lPetej Linton R. Dunson, jr. 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 4159, Wyckliffe A. Knox, jr. lVVyCkJ Bryant F. Hodgson, jr. john H. Crawford Ill Augustus B. Turnbull, lll William R. Montfort, jr. james H. Blanchard Edward T. M. Garland Wyatt T. johnson, jr. Richard N. Lea james L. Aldridge lLarryj Albert W. F. Bloodworth lFranklinl jake L. Saye, jr. Ben B. Tate 460. Charles B. Haygood, jr. 461. 462 463 464 645 466 467 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475 476 477. 478 479. 480. 481 482 483. 484. 485 486 487 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 Alexander W. Patterson Larry C. Rakestraw David C. Tribby Charles L. Bagby john A. Rhodes, jr. McCarthy Crenshaw, jr. Neal H. Ray Donald C. Dixon james C. Pitts George B. Watts Bruce G. Bateman George W. Darden William Roy Grow Turner Lynn Hughes Robert Glenn Etter William Morgan House William Ralph Parker Robert Foster Rhodes Dennis Lee Fordham Rutherford C. Harris Thomas W. Lawhorne. jr. john Michael Ley William Porter Payne Pharis Randall Seabolt Robert Lee Williams George Albert Dasher Robert E. Knox, jr. Henry E. Lane Robert E. Chanin james L. Pannell Paul Cleveland Tedford Thomas Lewis Lyons james Robert Hurley Andrew M. Scherffius William P. Bailey Cader B. 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Bird Pope F. Brock Robert C. Wilson B. Sanders Walker Inman Brandon jesse Draper Alex A. Lawrence, jr. jasper N. Dorsey Clarke W. Duncan lSonnyl Philip H. Alston, jr. I. Phil Campbell Fred C. Davison Vincent j. Dooley jack B. Ray George S. Parthemos Robert L. Dodd joel Eaves Augustus H. Sterne Hubert B. Owens Monroe Kimbrel George L. Smith Il Robert G. Edge Winship Nunnally l'lonorarvV185 Paula Albright Phyllis Allmond Susan Andrews Reba Bales Rita Bales Lynne Barfoot Alma Bellamy Annice Bolasky Deborah Brock Ellen Bruggenyan janet Buechner Barbara Bunch Angela Burton Mary Cantrell judith Carr jenny Chandler Melissa Clark jennifer Coston Sheryl Culpepper jody Davis Rhonda Dawes Deborah Doss Mary Durant Susan Edwards Karen Elmen Martha Enright Margaret Espinosa Christine Falk Mary Farmer Leigh Farver Karen Flanagan Sheryl Fleet Debbie Friedman jane Fugate Crystal Griffith Cheryl Hale Pamela Harris jennifer Hasty Donna Helton Minnie Henry Katherine Hewitt Caron Hinton jodi Hitt Deborah Halsey l llimitri Alpha Lambda Delta President: Sally Short Vice President: Susie Reeves Secretary: Donna Wood Treasurer: jan McLanahan Historian: Nina Long Editor: Sylbia Brandel Laura Humphreys jane Hunt Karen Hurt Ava johnson Daryl Kaplan Diane Keene Patricia Kingery Elizabeth Kulze Leslie Loeb Victoria McKillip jan McLanahan Margaret MacHarg Laura Mahany Margaret Mahoney Karen Mallehan Lisa Marshall Libby Maxwell Connie Medley Sandra Melton Carol Miller Katharine Moxley joyce Murdock Sheryl Newberry Camille O'Neill Barbara Ostrow Robin Peele Carol Pellett jane Phillips Rose Pinkstaff Margaret Powers Meredith Pratt Sharon Rainbow jan Ratliffe Lisa Reichle Paula Robertson Willie Robinson Mary Roggenkamp Helen Rogers janet Roth Dorothy Sanders Carol Santich Diane Scherer Kathryn Seybert Susan Shaw I l Etheleen Ship Sally Short Beverly Smith Elizabeth Smith jane Smith Elaine Snell Pamela Stavely Clara Stewart Georgann Tanner Tina Tatgenhorst Martha Taylor Nancy Teate Sherry Thomas Kathleen Thomason Nancy Tisdale Pamela Wannerman julie Wilson Donna Wood Deobrah Wunschel Caroline Allen Margaret Argo Lynn Arial Elin Armeau Gail Bagley Deborah Baine Susan Baker Diane Beiter Cathy Bowen Sylbia Brandel Laura Brown Cornelia Bryan Marcia Cannon Kathleen Carnes janet Carpenter Debbie Caudle janet Clardy Elizabeth Conaway Nancy Creedon Barbara Cresswell Nancy Crook Mary Crouthers Robin Davis Harriet Deal Rachel Decosimo Cynthia Dion Karen Edgemon Elizabeth Elder Rebecca Erck Kei Erlandson Gena Fackler Holly Ferguson Gayle Ford Sherill Fordham Vicki Frenette jo Garzia Sandra Goehring Rhonda Cowen Angela Gresham Amy Griffith janice Grossman Libby Guerant Rebecca Hair Leigh Hallsworth Carol Harpe Nina Haskins Nina Haymons Mary Head jeanne Hornberger Rosemary Huff Ann jones Mickey jones Sandra jones Virginia jordan Susan Kesmodel Myra King Marli Knust Kim Lathrup Georgia Lee Barbara Little Carole Little Nina Long Clare Mansell Molly McKibben Nancy Miley Susan Milliken Mary Morgan Becky Morrison Catherine Newton Alice Owens Elizabeth Owens Miriam Pace janet Paul Becky Peele Mary Phillips Pamela Phillips Patti Postal Susan Quinton Susan Reeves Donna Robinette Paula Robinowich Nancy Rogers Sandra Salter Dara Sawyer Sheryl Seals Mary Sedlock Alice Sewell Mindy Shenk Eleonora Shocron Barbara Sloan Mary Smith Roberta Smith Sara Smith Sherry Smith Paula Sobelson Delores Stephens Mary Tallent Martha Taylor Deborah Thorsen Kay Tiblier Marsha Tonkel Ellen Wadley Edna Watkins Deborah Wheless Sarah Williams Carol Abernathy Sarah Abernathy Ana Armona Paula Bennett Rebecca Bentley Deborah Boland Martha Boss Helen Bostic Barbara Bradbury Karen Brock Sandra Butterworth Lisa Christiansen Brenda Costley joyce Crenshaw Carolyn C reson juanita Crutfield Deborah Dailey Deborah Dixon Dorothy Eley jeanna Poster Sandy Ganus Robin Gilbert jennifer Gill Linda Hyatt Terry Izen Debra Landau Sherry Landers Nancy Lane Marian Mayo Elizabeth McDowall Marcia Moyle jane Nix Nondi Orazi Laura Partington Kathryn Pipes Carol Pippin janet Ragsdale Deborah Robinson Carol Rodgers Debra Sena Susan Shamley Roxanne Shuler Deborah Smith Amanda Stewart Nancy Thompson Kathy Trapnell Susan Vaughan Martha Weaver Sally Williams jeffrey Addison Stephen Aldridge David Allison Bryan Bateman Wightman Beckwith Douglas Bennett Bradley Bledsoe Philip Bouchard David Bray Victor Bray john Brooke john Butler Randall Cadenhead Douglas Campbell Scott Carver john Cheezem joseph Claxton, jr. john Clinard Casey Cochran Randall Coggins Brent Cowan Philip Craig Donald McCoy Nelson Curry Paul Curtis Donald Davis Perry Davis james Dembin Don Destephano Arthur Dorminey joseph Doyle john Duffy james Dunn William Edge Milton Ellis Robert Evans Robert Fay Richard Finn Charles Fleming, jr. 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Farmer SCM Robert Gonzales MAI Kenneth E. Hinson MSC David L. Grayson LTC Ieptha I. McNair, Ir. SFC Charles R. Byrd Cpt William G. Walxh Col Carl L. Peterson, Ir. SFC Wallace D. Reed SFC William A. Wiggins Miss Charlene E. Daniel LTC Donald W. Kroeber Cpt Henry 1. Kimner CADET BATTALION COMMANDER BATTALION STAFF COMPANY COMMANDERS CXLTC Peter Swiderek Battalion Commander CXMAI David Roberts Executive Officer CXCPT Charles Oliver Battalion S-1 CXMAI Fred Wingfield Battalion S-3 C!CPT1oseph Legao Battalion Asst. S-3 C!CPT1ose Lopez Battalion S-4 CXCPT Robert Smith, Ir. 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Q X N 3 Op 'Q X 7 an fl ' vm- 1 I P K. F19 ug Q, Q ww -. 3 SW' A SPCDRTS , "k' A 1973 GEORGIA VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Bottom Row QL-RJ: ,tbl - Tim jackson, 3 - johnny Fletcher, 4 - Bucky Dilts, 7 - john Duke, 9 - Allan Leavitt, 10 - Neal Boring, 11 - Steve Davis, 12 - Don Golden, 13 - jerone jackson, 14 - Andy johnson, 15 - Abb Ansley, 16 - Tom Zim- merlink, Coach Vince Dooley. Second Row IL-Rl: 30 - Bubba Wilson, 31 - Mike Robinson, 32 - Ralph Clark, 33 - Bobby Burns, 34 - Andy Reid, 35 - Butch Wood, 36 - Hank Hogan, 37 - Steve Taylor, 38 - Larry West, 39 - Chuck Harris, 41 - Rick Farnsworth, 42 - jim Baker. Third Row KL-RJ: 55 - Chuck Horton, 56 - David Wolfe, 57 - Will Legg, 58 - Ric Reider, 59 - Vern Smith, 60 - Mac McWhorter, 61 - Paul DeMersseman, 61 - Mark Bass, 63 - Randy Johnson, 64 - Danny Jones, 65 - jim McPipkin, 66 - Atlas Buchanan, 67 - Buck Baker. Fourth Row QL-Rl: 79 - Barry Collier, 80 - Tom Saunders, 81 - Dave Christianson, 82 - Gene Washington, 83 - Ciordon Robbins, 84 - Richard Appleby, 85 - Josh Watt, 86 - Rusty Russell, 87 - Les Stinson, 88 - John Cwurley, 89 - Joe Tereshinski, 90 - Stan Tedder. 7 Q mi JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Front Row QL-Rj: 45 - Mike Murdock, 8 - Dicky Clark, 9 - Frank Stembridge, 10 - Mark Atchley, 11 - David Miller, 12 - Phil Porter, 13 - Neal Chipoletti, 15 - Anthony Moore, 16 - Ray Goff, 17 - Matt Robinson, 18 - john Tolleson, 19 - Steve Parrinello, 20 - Rayfield Williams. Nails., Y, ' . A w,.f...s V ex.-Q 81: PEACH BDWL CHAMPIONS Bottom Row IL-Rl: 418 - Ralph Page, 19 - Glenn Raley 20 Jimmy Poulos 22 Dick Conn 23 Kevin Hartman 24 Horace King, 25 - Glynn Harrison, 26 - David Schwak 27 jim Harper 28 Ed Milam 29 Jerry Paul Second Row QL RJ: 43 - B. I. Luke, 44 - Keith Whitworth, 45 Keith Harris 47 jeff Haley 48 Tom Holt 49 Lawrence Craft 50 Robert Wilson, 51 - Clarence Pope, 52 - Mark Henson 53 Frank Brice 54 Chris Hammond Third Row QL Rl 68 Charles Stapleton, 69 - Danny Dantzler, 70 Joe McP1pk1n 71 jim Curington 72 jim Cagle 73 Dan Spivey 74 Craig Hertwig, 75 - Steve Wilson, 76 - Dennis Hester 77 Randy Bramlett 77 Steve Murdock 78 Milton Bruce Fourth Row QL-Rl: 91 - Wallace Wiggins, 92 Chuck Kinnebrew 93 Roger Mayo 94 Cooper Gunby 95 Bobby Gibbs, 96 - David McKnight, John Thomas 97 Brad Thompson 98 Mike Smoak 99 Darrel Faulkner 99 Bubba Wadley. Second Row QL-RJ: Assistant Coach Robert Honeycutt, 22 - Mark Wilson, 23 - Jesse Dorsey, 24 - James Brown, 25 - Rodney Johnson, 26 - Tony Kight, 27 - Graham Hood, 28 - Steve Holt, Head Coach How- ard "Doc" Ayers, 30 -- Mike Kavouklis, 31 - Brady Cescutti, 32 - John Lazzaretto, 34 - Mark Mitchell, 35 - Jim Griffith, 36 - Mark Baynham, 37 - Bobby Thompson, Assistant Coach Byrd Whigham. Third Row IL-Rl: Assistant Coach Chip Wisdom, 38 - Jimmy Rodgers, 41 - Dan Crisp, 42 - Steve Stevens, 43 - Al Pollard, 44 - Chet DeLucia, 46 - Kirk Price, 48 - Hilton Young, 50 - Edward Floyd, 51 - Mike Couch, 52 - Mike Raber, 53 - Ken Helms, 54 - Clay Mayfield, 56 - jeff Sanders, 57 - jim Bailey, Assistant Coach Phillip Rus- sell. Fourth Row IL-R12 Assistant Coach Phil Sullivan, 58 - Mike Kiekiand, left Lewis, 63 - David Saffan, 64 - Dave Reg- ister, 65 - Stan Childs, 66 - Marty Hutch- inson, 67 - Mark Lemon, 68 - Steve Col- lier, 71 - David Cash, 72 - Hugh Hendrix, 73 - Pete Rosenkranz, 74 - Steve Hoard, 75 - Milton Neathery, 76 - Ioel Tidwell, Assistant Coach David McKnight. Fifth Row QL-Rl: Assistant Coach Mike Cavan, 77 - Mike Wilson, 78 - Joel Parrish, 79 - Nick DeLucco, 80 - Brad Rice, Mike Stri- plin, 84 - Doug Turner, 87 - Henry Bill- ings, 88 - Robert North, Larry Dorfman, Assistant Coach Don Graham, Assistant Coach Tim Callaway. , 1 I , L'L' 7 . L' ff-4' EK V I, .f,' ni M L,, ,. ,,,0ix ' Yi Q Q if 'N ff' if ,, o Q ge ik E 4 W o w, , WRESTLING Front Row ll.-Rl: Pete Irwin, Mike Hebberger, Jeff Trieb, Bill Kunerth, Charles Compton, Tom Wills. Second Row QL-RJ: Weejun Robinson, Jack Ansley, Dan Hovey, Mark Gabriel, Rick Morris, Steve Deriso. Third Row QL-RJ: George Von Pless, Aaron Tookes, Curt Robinson, Van Keller, David Quin, Jim DiGennaro. A W Q'-1'f,,,,.M'P9f 'U I gin ill tx. 'J x , P 31s ,I '1 1 G Z4 Wage 1 KW' f 5 . ' xx, Q I Q6 X f' Y ' 2 Q sg Q f 3 W K' ' f , 1 ' .4 Y LHI E I iq' Li Q KR Q 'IH gr.- 6 .. f N 1, F Sag" ' :""" li! " fx ' -v f l xiw' f' Www' fl - W sf : ff vi' N ' - -T .. . - ' v , , + ' ' , fidhswg ew- -' c X 1'-,SNK-ff? "' ,. ' . -I A-191'-Y' full- W! .J im ,, - 1 . f . - A- N aslev ,X B ' , g o- 313- 4.5 In J 5- V , , ix li:PG39,iggtE1ig:3w Y. A- l A . h M, f 1 , 4,6 'ill -W: R, " 3. 53.1 ,fVk A.Qffgg:i,1A A Ja,-,Q T' f' H l ,X V da, NS! Wg div bv5avA ' ,.,,,,45:,4,3,Sij-fr 5,1 X ,.V:.,g+.., . , ,K .ilsilm H . . g , c . N ,fir ' 1,1 '. ' . an . , Q, La' 1-- , 'E . . e f X-f, Y , ,f ffj V vb uf-.YM-,Q-X' , M e - , H. Q, 5, G G b G B .:,w TENNIS LEFT TO. RIGHT: Bill Kopecky, Manuel Diaz, Gordon Smith, Joe Gettys, Brent Hughes, David Dick, Elisha Williams, Andy Homeyer, Assistant Coach Bob Tanis, Head Coach Dan Magill. Al- .AJ l . ' - we -XJ, 0 a ' ZIO -:L-kwv,'tw"'-fvil-aaa.. , ' :.5.. Q.,':ai:.x:1.,.,,g.. ,, ' . " ':-4 x. I . . . , - in I y'- .. -4 .L ---1-.-1,,n. Af.. .. -. X -Af.: ,ag fl.1I.i,, "yi" K '. V 'Qi lk ,, lbfhiiii oi, f TRACK Front Row IL-Rl: Steve Barrett, Marlon Rochee, Richard Kremer, Charlie Bowers, Philip Tucker, Mark Sandlin, Glenn Henderson, Steve Walker. Second Row QL-RI: Jesse Joiner, David Hender- son, Ronnie Crowe, Rick Thomas, Allen Davis, Richard Ludwig, Glynn Griffin, William Daniel, Lonnie Davis. Third Row QL-RJ: Tony William- son, Steve Reisenweaver, lim Barrineau, Mark Sperre, Tom Perkins, Mike Saunders. f x K M r 'C B GYMNASTICS Front Row QL-RJ: Dave McKelvey, Craig Lewis, Don Dale, Brad Becker, Chris Pizzitola. Second Row QL-RJ: Mark Hada- way, Gene Watson, Mike C-ilreath, Greg Corsiglia, Mike Raines, Head Coach Lee Cunningham, Ron Greiner, Bill I-Iayn Gary Lewis. , ' 'N B "il C. RUGBY Front: Bob McKinna. Second Row IL-RJ: Mark Zimmerman, Ross Fox, Jim Simpson, jim Haynes, Ross Deck, Rod Wright, Dave Steckler, Larry Orlowski, Hugh Hassell, Bob Casan. Third Row QL-RJ: Tom Boutwell, Bruce Gibson fCapt.J, Don Richfield, Tom O'Mahony, Leslie johnson, Steve Stevens, Nick Bettis, Ion Macomber. Fourth Row KL-RJ: Joe Langley fPres.j, Ed Sumner, Pat Smith, John Harvey, Richard Richard, Bruce Harvey, Phil Sheehan, Boomer Bauer. Fifth Row KL-RJ: Murray Bakst CCapt.J, Jim Lanzer, Mark Simpson, Stump Ansley, Reed Goodman, Tee Shirt, Gary Glasses. Sixth Row QL- Rl: Tim Langley, Jerry McCullough, Brian Finch tcoachj, Tom Kidd, Coop Cooper. SCDRESHEET A Jf :,1j,'5'EQi'lt" gil.-15'f5n':,j3Z,',--Lg-,:11-,-, ' .N -. A - if ,V - 'rdf , me E55 14 BASEBALL Bowling Green Valdosta State Florida Wake Forest Tennessee Clemson Florida Clemson Qld Dominion Auburn Clemson Vanderbilt Georgia Tech Kentucky Georgia Tech Auburn Columbus College Mercer Georgia Tech Mercer WRESTLING UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA Furman Florida Florida Tech Clemson Auburn Maryville Citadel Tennessee MacMurray Ga. Tech Va. Tech Indiana BASKETBALL UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA LSUNO La. College N.C. State Dayton Drake Vermont Ole Miss Kentucky Florida Vanderbilt Ga. Tech Miss. State LSU Alabama Auburn Tennessee Ole Miss Kentucky Florida Vanderbilt Miss. State LSU Alabama Auburn Tennessee Ga. Tech GYMNASTICS JKGA 144.45 LSU 160.60 UGA 134.55 ESU 100.30 UGA 132.75 Iacksonville 75.40 UGA 132.75 Citadel Memphis State North Texas State TRACK Moorehouse Relays Florida Relays Columbia Relays Furman Dogwood Relays Clemson Georgia Tech Auburn Western Carolina SEC NCAA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA VHDNHHWS GCHI WHDNHTWS Georgia InvitationalTournament AIAW National Golf Tournament 05 South Florida 41 Elobida UGA DeKalb 33 5 UGA Ga. College 71 Sd- EOUJQQFI1 UGA Ga. College C7 an Sf I I W Georgia 49 South Carolina UGA Ugg? 37 Alabama UGA UNC 77 Kentucky UGA Wegt QL, 47 I-S? UGA Ga. College -11 Tu ane UGA 'I"ft 47 Georgia Tech UGA DIQKAIE, UGA Ga. College UGA DeKalb UGA Berry TENWUS Princeton Indoor Invitational Virginia Penn. State Central Mich gan Houston Vanderbilt Ole Miss Southern Illinois Alabama Pan American Harvard Clemson Florida Georgia Tech South Carolina Miami Tennessee Kentucky Auburn Georgia Tech LSU Miss. State Georgia State Collegiate Athens Tennis Club Florida State Georgia Southern SEC NCAA VHJNHTWS VHDNHTWS BASKETBALL UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA UGA 44 Middle Ga. 43 DeKalb 51 North Ga. 44 Mercer 51 DeKalb 36 West Ga. 45 Mercer 41 Tift 31 West Ga. 49 Ft. Valley St. 09 Tift 31 Berry 46 Berry 46 North Ga. 41 Mercer 59 Shorter TENWUS Univ. ofthe South Univ. of South Carolina Georgia Southern Furman Georgia College Emory Univ. of the South Georgia College Georgia Southern Furman Univ. of the South Emory Auburn ,1 .f.,, - ,f ' .-, .-1,-.... , , , -V - if . 'f-1-N ,:5z:f.:f.':u:1.a3 f'- :w+:N'YI' Jim: V5 1' , . pf--.4 -.5 'fy 14 -, - 143 f."l?31-f5f53?7' fgQ5547?E'?:'.:f5Li9:2.?f.,J1q'P'.L-,ZF' - 5' '- "af6..Q"k-bffmr-lTz:i3.Qg?.1!i?'1-'Qc' .rffi-EEi'fgq." "ii-4 ' ' 'fq' -' 1 A M 1 dj L g , 54:12 , . I . f 1 12644 2. V ,"',f.fPir '1f-- J ' - -,. , -- ' -' 25-: " . ,-. . '. -, 1 Qi,:j5nL .' ia ff" 3' g:,.2eitgg,,'Lys.y3g-4 ,. -3 .A ,-vi . 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JPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Ann Carter, Alpha Omicron Pi, Renee Meaders, Alpha Omicron Pi, Robin Chanin, Sally Ruffin, Delta Gamma, Cathy imith, Alpha Delta Pi, Cathie Oglesby, Marcia Miller, Alpha Chi Omega, Nevelle Henderson, Alpha Chi Omega, lan Weiner, Delta Phi Epsilon, Mary Elizabeth Howard, jane Kimbrell, Liddell Avery, Zeta Tau Alpha, Louise Evans, Martha McNeil, Chi Omega, lennie Reid QAdvisorJ, Ian McCorkle lPresi- lentl, Barbaree Banks, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Iudy McCleneghan, Delta Gamma. 'HIS PAGE, ABOVE: Pat Wallace, Sigma Delta Tau, Ioyce Crenshaw, Marg Iarvis, Bobbie Banzhoff, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Susan Shamley, janet Lee, klpha Gamma Delta, Cathy Mizell, Alpha Xi Delta, Donna Gay, Pi Beta Phi, Susan Parrish, Sigma Kappa, Donna Luke, Delta Delta Delta, lan Mc- .anahan, Zeta Tau Alpha, Anne Morgan, Phi Mu, Sally Short, Kappa Alpha Theta, Connie Erwin, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Madeline Tuck, Marian Stein, Delta Phi Epsilon, Patti Finnegan, Sigma Kappa, Yvonne Anderson, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Nancy Hudson, Kappa Delta, Ginger Alford, Alpha Xi Delta. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Herbert Bond, President. Stan Sands, Executive Vice-President. r'l . ! str YN 'Q' ' f " If 'QC IIA :SL Q l Hi' ll A5 fi, lllll 16' fi M " 091.5 ffif, ,'iQ'.J,' - N 'Chai X T--9' l0ll Gibbs, TFCGSUTQY' Billy Boydston, Chief justice. 5-...n Rick Bradshaw, Administrative Vice-President Kelly Browning, Secretary . 5 ,.. i. Alpha Epsilon Pi lack Afogfm Alpha Gamma Rho ldmfs BQYPNP Glenn Rainbow Mike bmith Mike Kaplan Marlk Childs l l Alpha LOUIS NQQIQY Tau Omega Bob Williams Psi Bob Gilbert David 56031 Dave Carley Mnlw McKee E- C FOSUSY led McWhorter Torn lollay l Delta Chi Ed 5ffugsS Delta Tau Delta L-WV BOWHS Lawton Shaw Scott Coulter Steve VVitt 7 Kappa Michell Touart Lambda john Dalls Ph1lWelch George Mitchell Bull Plumer Kevin Knox ,, : fi -wi ....., P eww 2 l V wt 5' ' we T: Delta Theta Pied Webster Gamma Delta Tommy Melo Kappa Tau Bubba Singleton Llarlx Mann Tommy C-NODE Steve McCarthy Charles Smxth Gene Weeks Pi Kappa Alpha Ice Mefhfwf' Pi Kappa Phi Bill Bosworth Len walker Wink McWhorter Ronnie Horton Tom Sqhulge Sigma Nu John Hibben Sigma Phi Epsilon lolm Halfleld Lawton VN'aIl4er Mike Hammond jeff Gibbs Craig Yeomans Sigma Pi Milfh Ball? 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I 'A an, I 9,-Qhx 3,55 fl ,y OPPOSITE PAGE - UPPER LEFT: Frannie Hayes, Gina Dyke, Shearin Teague, Elaine Cheek, Karen Zorn, Ruth Ann Kleinsteuber, Carol Gordy, Beth Fitzpatrick, Cheryl Mann, Marcia Miller, Debbi Layton, Kathy Williamson. OPPOSITE PAGE - UPPER RIGHT: Mary Ellen Stewart - Record- ing Secretary, Debby Traynham - 2nd Vice President, Diane Robin- son - lst Vice President, Elizabeth Clark - 3rd Vice President, Linda Evans - Corresponding Secretary, Teresa Hart - Rush Chairman, Linda Bartlett - Treasurer, Arlene Middleton - President. OPPOSITE PAGE - BOTTOM: Terri Quarles, Karen Brock, Vicki Sloan, Carole Riden, Tinky Ryan, Ian Rowland, Nevelle Henderson, Kathi Wall, Susan Woodruff, Pat Bolen, Melanie Lucas, Nancy Mitchell, Ruth Bartlett, Barbara Creswell, Nancy Thompson, Judy johns, Susan Andrews, Ann Conaway, Sally Andre, Lisa Singleton, Paula Io Moore, Sally Miles. TOP: Debbie Endres, Cheryl Warder, Mabel Griner, Dana Smith, Donna Ussery, Susan Fowler, Linda Lyles, Patti Poe, Pam Adams, Debbie Shiver, Val Groth, Beth Chandler, Pat McDaniel, Debbie Sims, Jeannie Smith. CENTER LEFT: Nancy Brooks, Beth Malik, Debra Kelly, Susan Walther, Kathy Chester, Preston Hawkins, Sally McCarty, Susan Douglas, Lilly Holloway, Brinka Duvall, Deanna Dodd, Dolores Spring, Carol Crawford, Leroyce johnson, Cindy Hale, Vicki Childs, Karen Kessler. LOWER LEFT: lane Malik, Io Ann Eubanks, Linda Biro, lane Phil- lips, Becky Lane, Erin Donaldson, Madge Edens, Nancy Smith. 225 ai. L 1 177 'af' W9 51' ALPHA DELTA PI A45 ii LEFT TO RIGHT OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Preston Lee, Donna Duncan, lane Vandiver, Kathy Linville, Vicky Hampton, Beth johnson, Mardi Downs, Nancy Hardwick, Cathy Caldwell, Ginger Bull- ock, Pati Galt, Sherry jones. OPPOSITE PAGE, UPPER LEFT: Sharon Hutchinson, Sally Sabayrac, Debbie Fears, Regis Chivers, julie Scott, Ann McNeill, Ann Lee, Ann Segrest, Maryann Kelly, Elizabeth Bromm, Laura Reid, Christy Monson, Iudy Moore, Caroline McCart, Becky Bacon, Doris Jacobs. OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Donna Pope, Patti Bass, Liz Lee, Melanie Wright, Karen Dekle, Linda Taylor, Patty jones, Louise Taylor, Pat Lergdon, Peggy Forkner, Susan Green, Vicki Mat- thews, Becky Rawlings, Susan Watson, Melanie Trammell. OPPOSITE PAGE, MIDDLE LEFT: Patty Lowe, First Vice Presi- dent, Ellen Shaw, Treasurer, Betsy Barefield, Recording Secre- tary, Martha MacDougall, Corresponding Secretary, Cathy Smith, Second Vice President 7 Patsy Clary, President. LEFT: Lynn Knight, Iulie Butler, Mary Clinkscales, Kathy Smith, Nelle Straight, lean Warren, Katrina Anderson, Kelly Sawyer, Debbe Moses, Fran Thompson, Rose Watkins, lane Ford, Zelda Gross, lane Roddy, Terri Huffman, Linda Hall, Patsy Porter, Debbie Caudle, Ginnie Graves, Sal Forbes, Susan Scott. BOTTOM: Betsy Macon, Gina McLendon, Neva Carden, Donna Schleicher, Lisa Stafford, Van Cook, Claudia Wooddy, Carol Mansour, Martha Boss, Donna Race, Susan Miller, Mary How- ard, Bonne Davis, Loivia Binns, Kim Turner, Leslee Williams, Ianice Funk, lody lodice, Ioy Long, Peggy Puckett, Sharon Rey- nolds, Pat Miller, Ian Jacobsen, Vicky Hardigree, Darby Shannahan. NOT PICTURED: Shelby White, Pam Payne, Ann Cartlidge, Martha Cleveland, Nancy Curry, Cecelia Foster, Sarah Hakman, Eve Hale, Debbie Hinson, lane McKenney, Pam Rollins, Elsie Stapleton, Eileen Brown, Fran Galloway, Betsy Bowles, Carolyn Brock, Pendy Cavaleri, Susan Hughes, Kim Lees, Melissa Mon- tee, Norma Mooradiam, Karen Skinner, Amy Hoertz, Pam Cun- ningham, Carol Little, Sharon Rigdon. 227 vas. L W n?3 'Q' I V X J EN. X Jr, V fv- xx 3 1:1114 1-1. Luau ,...! f vw- 228 ,f f 'K " si 'f' i ALPHA GAMMA DELTA be Yi '- 1, , V ,J ' 15 , I' Kr., , ul N 1 OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP LEFT: Anna Shouse - President, Elaine Walker - lst Vice-President, Georgia jorden - 2nd Vice-President, joy Iohnston Corres. - Secretary, Kathy London - Treasurer. OPPOSITE PAGE: MIDDLE LEFT: Vicki Law- rence, Dorothy Harris, Tima Summerour, Gina Simmona, Alison Waldo, Kris Montgomery, Beth Thomas, Lela Griffin. OPPOSITE PAGE: BOTTOM LEFT: Eunice Mills, Lisa Walker, Laura Mahany, Tricia Barber, Elaine Harris, Betsey Schubring, Kathy Harvey, Kathy Randolph. OPPOSITE PAGE: MIDDLE TOP: Sandy Chit- wood, Leslie Witt, Karen Sasseville, Glenna Feagin, Kathy Middleton, Patty Baxter, Cheryl Hale, Peggy Franklin. OPPOSITE PAGE: MIDDLE BOTTOM: Phyllis Wellington, Emily Archer, Loette Ioyner, Melissa Lee, Alicia Sharp, Ann Lawson, Shela Withers. THIS PAGE: RIGHT: Terry Chapman, Pam Ley- sath, Jackie Hamilton, Mona Dunn, Kathy Moxley, Libby Guerrant, Carol Hair, lane Hackney, Ioyce Mullis. THIS PAGE: BELOW: Kay Williams, Louise Ev- ans, Janette Breen, Micki Hyde, Kyle Branning, Janet Lee, Nancy Shepard. Ci CQ 9 li--...i ALPHA OMICRON PI v.-. f- OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP: Tina Christenson, Diane Proctor, Karen Gowan, Becky Wells, Patti Connell, Suzanne Austin, Donna Ciesielski, Cindy Fletcher, jannell Knox, Sis Budd, Mary Fas- er, Sharon Johnston, Tina Findley, Dianne Callaway, Vicki Knox. BOTTOM LEFT: Sue Kennedy, Beth McDonald, Kathy Wigington, Barb Williams, Glen Younger, Vicki Fain, Beth McDermid, Valerie Greene, Virginia Vann, Laura Baer, Gayle Tram- mell, Carolyn Bowersett, Mary lane Massey, Meredith Sammond, Dottie Dye, Helen Millican, Karen Magill, Ioann Pickett, Sandra Petty. BOTTOM RIGHT: loyce Smith, Robin Turk, Barbara Poole, Athalie White, Sye Sutton, Leslie Walker. THIS PAGE: TOP LEFT: Susan Lott- 2nd Vice President, Carole Coleman - President, Cindi Meyer - Treasurer, Cindy Brackett - Corresponding Secretary, Susan Taylor - lst Vice Presi- dent, Margie Simpson - Recording Secretary, Susan Shamley, Pam Ford - Rush Chairman, Ann Carter. BOTTOM: Celia Colvin, Becky Miller, Rachel Bush, Louisa Hoffmeier, Pat White, Denise Moore, Lynne Ellis, Teri Cain, Marcia Cannon, Charlene Dye, Iudy Coleman, Cathy Bendure, Gayle Castro, Sissy Carley, Brenda Settles, Beth McCarty, Miriam McArthur, Debbie Reaves, julie Kallam, Donna Day, Libby Lloyd, Doris Gude, Amy Watson, Pat Benoit, Mary Connelly, Terri Martin. TOP RIGHT: Shelly Buford, Nan Prudy, Glo Ghegan, Mary Martin, julie Worrill, Donna Gude, Cindy Fryer. NOT PICTURED: Cassey jones, Sharon Key, Sherry Leiker, Debbie Church, Kathy Mathis, Helen Rogers, Libby Beck, Debbie Foster, Carole Hoffmeier, jane Kilpatric, joan Henderson, Vicki Hughes, Kathy Pangburn, Chris Heinzelman, Viva Hamilton, Susan Adams, Anne jones, Sharon Sears, Pam Fortner, Nancy DeVore, Bonnie Ritter, Dyanne Edmondson, Kathy Sollami, Debbie Griffin, Chris Marshburn, Trisha Savage, Barbara Rose, Claire Craven, Barbara Woods. L - . .... ' 1' . if S-ffvf-:was--,w . ' . ll,-'vi' 1 1 .- ,' . TT If I ' Q - lbgml vu-5 . fo- 'Q . J, ll CHI OMEGA ff' i x 6 a .il :::f!"f'Zv" Q 4 f 5 shi'g i sq 1 x-ggi' EY , E! L!! M X 1 BELOW: Chris Akin, Peggy Haverty, lean Thompson, Suzanne Le Craw, lane Boggs, Gigi Ellis, Tamsen Hicks, lane Kimbrell, Cindy Crawford, Lindia Smith, Rebecca Williams, Kathryn Braungart, Nancy Yar- brough, Wendy Wood, Bess Ransom, Karen lfarmer, Ginn Starr. BOTTOM: Irene Simpson, Katie Montgomery, Londa Harrell, Patty Watson, Paige Peterson - President Denise Dennison, Karen Wells, Cantey Callaway, Cindy Mcl-lan, Linda Lebey, Andrea Carter - Vice Presi- dent, Beth Lam, Susan Smith, Mary Donovan, Terri Salmon, Becky Worthington, Beth Peden, Lisa Scott, Carolyn Harrell, lane Roberts. I f. ...K 1 " - '- r 5. K 5 " ' :S if f M , A- ,fxxi gb' ' -4 N-v--. - K X 1 f 4 . .fl 5 s 1 . I KV ef 7 i C 5 'Ei 'I 'lyk , "'4 'SNS-t ,fx 5 X is ,, Ja fo .1 fs ,X X X, ,x TOP: Courtney Paine, Missy Hippler, Liz Mooney, DeLane Loftis, julie Still- well, Carol Woolfolk, lo Ann McClure, Debbie Young, Kim Tolleson, Cindy Ferguson, Sally Oswald, Margaret Clary, Susan Hungerpillar, Roberta Lester, Kandy jackson, Lee Dick, Carol Crawford, Susan Ramsbottom, Harriet Ellis, lan Higginbotham, Cherlyn Glenn, Boyce Aldridge, Mary Saunders, Ann Voe- geli, Steppie Ortlip, Terry Smith, Trisha Seeley, Mary jane Durst, Louise Clouse, Ann McKee, Kacky Carrison. ABOVE: Betsy Camp, Carey Adcock, Debbie Mahan, Andrea Eraher, Sally Pike, jill Evans, Deaver Cook, Nancy Lebey, Becky Dempsey, Pa! Howard, Mary Brown, Debbie Iordan, Karen Marritt, Iam Peterson, Carol Hunt, janet Buechner, Martha McNiel, Linda Altman, Ian Dardin. LEFT: Boyce Aldridge, Mary Saunders, Steppie Ortlip, Terry Smith, Trishia Seeley, Mary jane Durst, Louise Clouse, Ann McKee, Kacky Carrison. ll ?.,,,.,. .. .. ., -v-f"-ff if . I '35-' ffl? I . x P G-I , EV, 46145, 5+ if l : : :..,, ., W f..'.,.. f , OPPOSITE PAGE: LEFT TO RIGHT UPPER LEFT: Kathy New, Belle Bell, Madeline Tuck, Katie Brown, Shelly Vaughton, lna Cook, Nancy Thorton. UPPER RIGHT: Ianice Thornton - Secretary, Iulia McCormick, Karen Cheek, Penny Goolsby, Karen Harman - President, Beth McCalman, Becky Bowers, Tricia Therrell, Kathy Spence, Rosalyn Lackey, janet Bell, Donna Luke, Catherine Camp- bell, Anne Souder, Wendy Wilson, Cindy Cody, Mimi McKnight, Linda Nearing, Gail Epidy, Pat Berry, Pam Hill, Susie Lansing. BOTTOM: Linda Oakley, Diane New, Judy Iaros, Pam Oglesby, Gayle Robinson, Bobbi Elrod, Lisa Fortson, Kim Fischer, Susan Stewart, Debbie Allen, lane Nash, Ienny Granade, Cindy Edge, Shelley Skelton, Susan Harber, Cathey Hickcox, Margaret Ruppersburg - Treasurer, Gwyn Mullins, Marilyn Smith, Lisa Milam, Margaret MacNaughton, Candy Kidd, Anna Marie Spillane, Jacqueline Souder. THIS PAGE: TOP: Debbie Hicks, Ellen King, julie King, Cindy Tolleson, Shelia Wayne, Marsha jones, Marcia Proctor, Cathy Perry, Beverly Root, Cindy Clotfelter, Paulette Gay, Kitty Watson, Sally Ann jackson, Donna Edwards, Dorothy Greene, Mary Randall Stowe, Barbara Moore, Linda Root. ABOVE: Kathy Houlihan, Kathy Andrews, Lunn Paris, Vicky Deakins, Susan Quinton, Terri Abel, Nancy Bates, Barbara Langsfeld, Leslie Thornton, Mrs. Conger, Becky Gay, Connie Britton, Beth Harney. f 230 NE! in I a DELTA GAMMA THIS PAGE LOWER RIGHT, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dianne Smock-Presi- dent, Karen Saylors-Corres. Secretary, Sally Roberts-2nd Vice Pres., Laura Garvey-3rd Vice Pres., Andrea Axelson-1st Vice Pres., Laura Simpkins-House Manager, Kathy Dykes- Treasurer, Judy Buckley-Recording Secretary. CENTER RIGHT: Carol Scarborough, Marsae Beasley, Cher- yl Williams, Delaine Cash, Anne-Marie Bernard, Susan ln- gram, Anne Chance, Lisa Shafer, Molly Layton, Lesile Rows- ton, Tavie Cleveland, Buff Ippel, Iulie Smith, Mary Brad- shaw, Debbie Frank, Margaret Ann Towson, Lynn Lightsey, Patti Rich. TOP RIGHT: Bonnie Wright, Nancy Holton, Mary Sellers, Laurie Eades, Deedy Van Dyke, jean Malarz, Wheat Williams, Sally Ruffin, Laurie Martin. ABOVE: Denise Reed, Fran Roberts, Tracy Carpenter, janet I-rench, Becky Rufty, Becky Flinchum, Sue Regan, julia Sonntag, Lynda Sanders, Dawn McCall, Georgann Tanner, Marie Meadows. Q-X .l..'-- ' - P. " l " , at ' a ,ff , ,.,,-4 , ,, .yr "4925j.1H'P'.-i"- fyflii. f- ' - ua-1-,531-.'Q" I K : i , g 1 ,, is . E is fr , 2 ,f.7'..' ,f---.7 4.-.. f'2'f1fsgi"H" , X... 4" 1 ,..,-,L"q?'f'.-3-11423. M. 1 1 .., ,H Ming., IJ.- V., ., ' 'fiffh -v1im5Ffl'ef N 'Q--4 V-is THIS PAGE LEFT: Pam Curtis, Carol Bethune, Susan Miller, Estelle Mulherin, Anne Chandler, Gayle Robinette, lane Freeman, Nancy Porter, Debbie Harrison, jane Terry, Donna Reubert, Debra Vilona, Karen Mitchell. BELOW: Dee Dee Hammons, Cheryl Bradley, Debbie Woodward, Gay Tucker, Gail Hall, Maribeth Hodge, Donna Helton, Eva Webb Dodd, Mel- inda Kirby, Ian McCorkle, Dru Godwin, Vicki Brown, Beth Kergosien, Bev Tucks, Molly Batts. NOT PICTURED: Renee Carlock, Debbie Currier, Margaret Espinosa, jo Claire Hanvey, Helaire Hinnant, Muffie Horner, Susan Iackson, linger jones, Melanie Leach, Pam Lewis, Susan Maret, Iudy McConnell, Marcia Moyle, Genny Rocke, Mary Rymer, Barbara Sherit, Iulie Smith, Susan Walraven. 237 THIS PAGE LEFT T0 RIGHT RIGHT: Ilene Silverman, Charlotte Eichholz, Linda Grodsky, Amy Golden, Nathene Stark, Lynn Ber- kowitz ffreasurerl, Betty Stein, Helene Goldberg, Louise Binder Wice-Presidentl, Michelle Dorman lCorresponding Secretaryj, Karen Hecklin. BELOW. Sandy Mayer, Amy Susan Tarsches, Iudy Wolf tPresidentl, Elizabeth Zerden, Iamie Sickles, Ann Wolensky, Rae Speer lRecording Secretaryl, janet Michele Sarlin, Elise Leventhal, Ellen Friedlander. CPPOSITE PAGE: FAR UPPER RIGHT: Iudy Karelson, Mona Danneman, Barbara Karen Lambert, Faye Chelm, Sharon Rainbow, Ioyce Zinsenheim, Brenda Sherri Peskin, Sherrie L. Schwartz, Marcy Glancz. PAR CENTER RIGHT: Marcia Gail Rawn, Pamela Eve Pross, Sherrie Marlene Schwartz, Iulia Rosen- field, Ioy Richman, Susie White, Deborah Lewis, Iill Myers, Phyllis Ann Sacks. TOP CENTER lill lllene Levy, Beth Kraut, Mrs. Miriam Murphy, Linda lllene May, Marian Har- clik, Barbara Kravitz, Ian Sherry Weiner, Susan Green, Vicki Lynn Leslie, Deborah Eileen Perlman, Lori Draluck, Susan Ann Lindenbaum, Linda Snell. LOWER RIGHT: Terri Rones, Rachel Streit, Pame- la Wimpy, Susan Fyvolent, Pamela Leider, Shelly Rosenblum, Linda Silverman, Adrienne Ness, Sheryl Fleet, Deborah Lee Hatlman, Wendy Wax. DELTA PHI EPSILDN I 2 ? . QQ' 4 ' I ' QW' : ' rl ' K . " ,. -W ,.'.,,,v,,-Ayfff. If ,- . . '- " .' ' 4 "ivan 5' '- I 1 .'G!i4f',7r' 'Pls -1 ' 3 ' - .- ' "I" . . Q 1 . V ',vf?'-.- ,Mi 1 QV' an fra Jiri!! D 91,-,55,y4fQ,,'a,. In .g,v ,.,.f 'J a ,1'tf,,g'fy . - ,,- I f - f ,, -, s - V 4- I 1 3, nz' 1,115 -I i' f.u. UK wfgff' ,. 40- N ' 1 ,yfjg W 5 i H , S ,,f. ff: f . 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OPPOSITE PAGE - UPPER RIGHT: Susan Heard, Denise Parks, Rosanna Shuler, Susan Pierce, Nora McChesney, Fae Epting, Mar- yann Brooks, Kay Tiblier, Cecie Battle, Rhonda Gowan, Sally Short, Rebecca Erck, lane Little, Patrise Long, Kathy Cheatham, Amanda Grant, Ann Iansak. LOWER LEFT: Linda Long, Ianice Garner, Elaine Harris, Debbie McKelvey, Dorothy Summerell, Angie Cleveland, Cordelia Brumby, Aletta Woodruff, Molly McMahon, Marilyn Overall, Emily Hubbell, Tricia Bean, Debbie Abernathy, Margaret Russell, Debbie Whatley, Carolyn james, Beth Bowden, Lyn Landrum, Mary Elizabeth How- ard, janet Michaels, Marty Snyder, lane Hawkins, Diana Woolard. NOT PICTURED: Nancy Birdsong, Marcia Bond, Linda Carter, Dorothy Chapman, Debbie Dever, Ellen Emerson, Dessie Fabian, Cindy Henderson, Sheryl Holland, Linda Kent, Kim Kline, Georgia Lee, Anne McDaniel, Susie Reeves, Beth Richardson, Mary Burke Snyder, Beth Taylor, Sylvia Woolard. -ll TOP lan Amato, Ienny Iackson, Timma Dupree, Dee Iackson, Fran Hayes, Kathy Sarajian, Loretta Whittle, Mary Io Repass, Slyvia Ratchford, Ian Laris- cy, Susan Tatum, Dorthy Wade, Susan Pepler, Cissy Goldsmith, Vicky Carlton, Sara Branch, Beth Allin. BOTTOM RIGHT: less Smith, Vicky Rigdon, Christy Burroughs, Ana Thompson, Laurel Bridges, Betsy Boyd, Karen Ruppersburg, Nancy Hudson, Kim Purom, Gail Lawrence, Vicky Mann, Sherry Cleland, Sally Gossett, Marilyn Hopper, Sandra Maney. BOTTOM LEFT: Bonnie Edwards, Karen Greer, Sue Beers, Patty Abney, Nancy Jackson, Caroline Bailey, Nancy Malsberger, Debbie Hughs, Ioanna Brown, Patty Tootle. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP LEFT. Pam Walker - President, Anne Brooks - Vice President, Mary Ann Hayes - Secretary, Theresa Rowland - Assistant Treasurer, Beth Hood - Treasurer, lulie Cothran - Membership Chairman, Penny Talbot - Editor. TOP RIGHT. Pat Brandon, Anne Verdel, Linda Wilson, Amy Robertson, Kathy Hampton, Lee Merchant, Shirley Hightower, Elaine Tidwell, Elizabeth El- lis, Angela Hull, Terri Farrar, Mary Catherine Lindsay, Michele O'Connel, Kim Kriner, Carol Espy. BOTTOM: Kim Elliot, Kathy Bennett, Debbie Wright, Susan Dorney, Pam Strother, Brenda Hosenback, Patty Davenport, june Greer, Marian Kitchens, Ieannie Lathem, Cynthia Carroll, Linda Paulk, Debbie Kirshner, Donna Rice, Terry Hall, Donna Coggin, Debbie Lee. NOT PICTURED: Cindy Armstrong, Diane Bercegeay, Connie Chasteen, Lynn Daniel, Debbie Doran, Nancy Fowler, Willa Hays, Anne Larcen, Diane Lockett, Becca Musialowdki, Laura Nix, Cathy Pichard, Ginny Robinson. New . gf Tiff? ' Ps? Y 'I-5, ff ,.Qe,.e,f ,yas vi 1 Q6 JG X 'cb 4--n X KAPPA DELTA ., 'U l if xl r'l Q 'S ws fix gl N. E X P, fifwx L V , 1 x .4 J, -" C7 -1 zffij 7 F1 fi 111 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA RIGHT: Elwyn Green - Corresponding Secretary, Ann Cor- rigan, Becca Knighton - President, Becca Lewis, Laura Spald- ing, Malvina Beal, Karen Papy, Anne Paine, Ann Marien, Sara Addington - 1st Vice-President, Sue Stowe, Lorainne Hutchings, Mary Ann Lane, Cheryl Willhite, lane Early, Mrs. Hovater - Housemother, Martiele Sineath, DeAnn Reddick, Kathy Pennell, Beth Bussell, Edith Parker, Livy Beck - House President, Beth Hodges, Gwen Franklin, lillian McFarland - Treasurer, Ginger Sheats, Susan Bundy, Kathy Elliott. BOTTOM: Genna Brown - Recording Secretary, Gail Cope- land, Iill Ulrici - 2nd Vice-President, Betsy Cox, Allene Par- ker, Cole Mobley, Tina Gresham, Dottie Thompson, Susan Stubbs, Lisa Harris, Patty Willingham, Marianne Agresti, El- lenda Hewell, Brennan Daugherty, Mary Garban. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Christie Etheridge, Betsy Culbert- son, Beth lngram, Leslie Freeman, Connie Monroe, Laura Till- man, lan jones, Molly Mallary, Helly Wiedemann, Sidney Buzzell, Liz Prioleau, Beth Williams, Nancy Newton. OPPOSITE PAGE LOWER LEFT: Bekky Green, Alice Strang, lulie Daniel, Ianis Hungerford, Becki Trout, Mopsey Stuckey, Nancy Davies, Kim Backus, Libby Morris, Sally Robinson, Linda Wiedemann, Ann Mareinko. OPPOSITE PAGE LOWER RIGHT: Anne Clement, Allyson Bowen, Nancy Miley, Virginia Wright, Lynn Sims, Laurie Hodges, Sis Meeks, Phoebe Iones, jamie Faser, Susan Good- hue, julie Iones, Sue Sherry, Pam Winnerman, Anna Fergu- son, ludie Tillman. c' es, if E ' 'sr Z-1-4 5 I 1 X 1 ' - 1 ,L":'.1'.B 5.2. i NA ff 'A' f V9-4 PHI MU LEFT TO RIGHT UPPER RIGHT: Barbara Small, Mrs. Alice McKinley lHouse Motherl, Ieanette Barnes, Bonnie Bush, Mildred Cohen, Bun- ny Ayres, Pam Cunningham, Carolyn Cathey, MiMi jackson, Maie Hatcher, Sarah Riddle, Sallie Estes. CENTER: Susan Ahl, Anne Dudley, Patty Horne, Fran Sand- erson, Marty Thompson, Kay Tompkins, Nina Hall, Cathy Campbell, Marquerite Matthews, Louise Wilcox, Caroline Stewart, Lanier Brannen, Beth jones, Cindy Martin, Clara Cole, Dru Smith, Alice Sprayberry. BOTTOM: Florence Gardner, Betsy Griffin, Anne Morgan, Iulie Piggotte, Ieannie Keith, Kale Davis, Lynn Willians, Beth Williams, Kathy Lewis, Holly Butler, Charollette Slaughter, Susan Shelton, Sandy Buskee, Brooke Larisay, Shanon Wat- kins, Irene Purshey, Barbara Russell, Margaret Black, Twin- kle Rollins, Carol Scarborough, Kittie Callaway. OPPOSITE PAGE UPPER CENTER: Denise Mansour, Marilyn Cole, Nancy Prall, Cindy Rhodes, julia Martin, Becky Cheves, Mary Beth Wiegard, Becky Ginn, Deborah Fields, Debbie Hodges, Paula Murphy, Cathie Oglesby, Ioy Baldwin, MaiMai Selman, Mary Browder, Ken Hart, Mary Cohen, Martha Campbell, lean Cooper, Lucie LangFord. .. ,Xl S T' 'WWII' Q25 1 nu.. ,fn 7 YJ BOTTOM LEFT1 Anne Leawell Mann lSecretaryJ, Carol Causey lTreasurerl, Rebecca Farmer lPresidentl, Sandra Shelton lVice-Presidentl, Susan Byrd fRush Chairmanl. BOTTOM RIGHT: Cwin Tompkins, Suzy Stotts, Cecillia jones, Marwen Payne, Debbie Overby, Sally Williams, Cheryl Irby, Helen Harrel, jan Cooper, Pam McDonald, MeMe Morgan, Susan McCoy, Sherry Mason, johnna Clements. 1 Le: 5 I I ........1 LEFT TO RIGHT UPPER RIGHT: Patsy Cannon, Debbie Faraone, Nela Turnage, Debbie Carter, Sally Elmore, Laura Harwood, lane Sistrunk, Iill Saye, Candy Parks, Nancy Bird, Sally Warren. BELOW: Patty McHugh, Becky Martin, Ioyce Crenshaw, Vanessa Williams, Liz Mask, Debbie Sena, Michelle Hahn, Sheryl Culpepper, Pam Burke, Debi Carrington, jill Francis, Pam Youmans, Kathy Nosun, Betty Brewer, Becky Handley, Cynthia Shemchek, Lynda Stokes, Sandy Goehring, Mary Claire Barnard, Patrice Argo. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Renee Moon, Ianet Beazley, Mary Grothjahn, Sally Graham, Cindy Hossom, Carol Bradley, Mary Gwin, Terri Kesler, Ann Hurst, Beth Proctor. LOWER LEFT: LuAnn Ackerman, Pat Young, Carol Iacobson, Trudy Rogers, Diane Simpson, Dutchess Mickler, Sue Hulme. LOWER RIGHT: Donna Gay, Beth O'Connell - Treasurer, Sue Barham, lan Duffy, Nancy Crook, Debbie Gay - Vice President, Lynne johnson - President, Salley Tyler - Secretary, Lallie Weatherly . NOT PICTURED: Nancy Aughinbaugh, Betsy Bennitt, Carol Fisher, Marion High- tower, Peggy Malone, Mary Morris, Iennie Newton, Peggy Owens, Barbara Pancoast, :ae I I Carmen Pisoni, Elaine Tyler, Lynn Wall, Kim Wilkins, Lyla Wright, Leigh Halsworth. l W -by 248 it H9040 599, -....., 9" -g.,.w, -Q , . gy- -vv 5 Sr-J A "' , T I Nc ig-vi A-Pr! L - A JS. I 1 T X, '-: LIN as ,ff ""k L -G71 A ' HRS- .ga H.. 5--f "-s-.-.,,,..--' 'A va vw 'Ck PI BET PHI 'Q- fx Vfx 'www- ,J XTIL 240 SIGMA DELTA TAU 7" an 1 7' 'Vf...X gg, sw,-mg bf? 'As ' "- LQ- .QQ wi' rl SNS r J ' Q 4 ,N f+B',zkO ' ' Q fl fx-vs ,4 ...nf Q Smal 4 ' 4-jk! 7'-v . 3 Q ,, ', I ' ,,,........-4 uw M7 N, xgxdikp- ,, 'W X :H xLXx " yuqq xx 003 , f B F , A , , x M. ng VS 'N' 3 F fw, . ,MQ mm X, 'N'-'NUR X-X L - , .xx ,gig .mi xm, 2 W QUE, Ml. B' ' ' xi -fr y W NMR .X Wx. K W I s,s.aa-mei, - CP Ltfwazagn-.arms . 4f4 X3?baGf- 2.3.4 ' , 4.5gg3L-4 - y Uh" P' . I x- -Il? xl-Q ...Q ' N1 OPPOSITE PACE, LEFT TO RIGHT UPPER FAR LEFT: Nancy Cinburg, Robyn Bergstein, Rhonda Silver, Karen Bacharach, Ann Merlin, Myra Deich - President, Jill Barth, Robyn Levenstein, Annice Bolasky, Carol Newmyer, Sandy Center. LOWER LEFT: Julie Coleman, Ann Pories, Patricia Wallace, Monica Abrams - Rush Chairman, Robin Chanin - Panhellenic Delegate, Sadie Rittenberg, Jill Fine- berg, Susan Corenblum, Daryl Kaplan, Susan Rosenbaum, Susan Tenenbaum, Sandy Anderson, Lynn Greenberg, Sandra Freedman, Sylvia Herman. THIS PACE, TOP: Jill Sims - Third Vice Pres., Cathy Mendel, Karen Begner - First Vice Pres., Cathy Weil, Barbara Dreizin - House Manager, Judy Sims, Frada Swerdlin, Jean Arogeti, Jeanette Chrismond, Iris Reiter, Karen Aronouitz. LOWER: Dyan Fried, Sherri Mazur, Jill Schuarzman, Carol Kamensky - Corr. Secretary, Ellen Friedman, Shelley Katz, Paula Sobelson - Recording Secretary, Fran Jurin - Treasurer, Ellen Hendee. NOT PICTURED: Eileen Cohen, Joan Harris, Jodye Leaf, Donna Levitch, Mar- guene Mitchel, Lynn Nerenbaum, Amy Rones, Susan Spielholz, Wendy Toran, Marsha Wise, Joyce Witt, Alyce Yellin, Margie Zozz. I, af-at N. K K g'f'E fps-S. -. N SIGMA KAPPA LEFT TO RIGHT TOP: Kathy Andrews, Cindy Uhl, Mary Beth Ginn, Connie Arduser, Mary Lou Mc- Cormick, Debbie Giles, Rebecca Thomas, Kathy Kittle, Pam Frappier, jan Duddy, Marie Harris, Gail Lea, Vickie Ioiner, Patty Finnegan, Sharon Ritchie. CENTER: Karen Coleman, Susan Parrish, Denise Stringer, Connie Camp, Loraine james - President, Nancy Addison - Treasurer, Marsha Garrett, Susie Swedenberg, Pam Cor- nett, Candie Howard, lane Fugate. BOTTOM: Lita Nix, Margie Gifford, Peggy Lea, Connie Dyer, lane Smith, Marty Weaver. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP LEFT: Claudia Pagnucco, Karen Durciansky, Toni Chamblee, Mary Marks, Lynn Mashburn, Vickie Moesinger, Ianie Bowen - Secretary, Melanie Fawcett, Pat Kight, Pat Hudson, Diane Thomas, Kathy Bradley. TOP RIGHT: Alice Beaudrot, Mary Ann Broderick, Cathy Culbreath, Laura Humphries, Charlene Wages - Vice-President, Pam Cowan, Bonnie Sawyer, Linda Cress. BOTTOM: Mary Ann Mabry, lanice Henderson, Libby Maxwell, Hope Pedrero, leri Tatum, Denise DeVane, Liz Fink, Sue Thompson, Lyn Kight, Georgia Belger. NOT PICTURED: Gena Chaffin, lanice Royall, Carolyn Seymore, Linda Woo. 11 uv if 9 D- 'XM x 'ky .. ...rp L qf"! QQ., qu.. 'Y-, ai V' -- , -:Q f- ,S--' - -V: ef "" V "Inks 9. 4I:p':3,:--- M Y Q-MLW ,stu 1, LN ,A 4 X 61 .J , Lx ..I N ! "XQ . , V ,M r xkx Y - ' .X -' - . ,mf 1 ff1"lN" ' ' ' A I A- X dx . - H - b , Q . X, 5 . . - ., , 'Q LA' . Q ' - . P '. fix. -JN Y l 0 f . ' K-rl-x3 A 4 f 1 7 w r i J Y ' ff 1 ' . ,. . , Aj 5 , ,rr N. Y, ir X :ff Q 5 7 6 ' if H H ' f .. , f ff, -J 2 . 1 'V 1- - I 5 nj 6 ' Q wk f : y ' f ' ' Q ' xy 1 2 , Q- , . A' 1 1 1. . it 5 'ffl . " ,w"YP'- 9.55 .953-6-y! P, - 5 A . -,li Q 4. ...- ,- 1. I , ,I " L' ' x .4 "2 ' 3 ,gf' 1'.f , ' ' Q nf ' f 1- ' ,Q . Z , X1 X " -,.,4' DPPOSITE PACE, LEFT TO RIGHT UPPER FAR LEFT: Pam Perkins, lean Struble, Marty McRae, Liddell Avery, Dede Billirackes, Sally Smalley, Kay Greenway, Betty Lou Barr, Debbie Surplus, Karen Chevalier, Marty Snyder, Cindy Spillman, Susan Iohnson, Ian Thompson, lan Camp, lanice Erwin, Mary jane West, loan Campbell, Iodi Whittle, Debbie Neely. CENTER: Kathy Kerce, Martha Wright, Cassie Long, Cindy Hudson, Patti Price, Patterson Cousins, Terri Freeman. LOWER LEFT: Palma Bond, Linda Kemp, 'T' Cousins, Ianie Meeks, Eliza- beth Ross, Kathy Thompson, Linda Booker, Susan Dangler, Carey Lynn Vandiver, Debbie Curry, Domini Re, Ioy McGowen, Patti Prosperi, Paula Barfoot, Leslie lacobs, Gay Holliday, Sally Boyet, Debra Sykes, Mary Beth Hudson, Susan Shanahan, Leta Meola, Sherry Deen. THIS PACE, TOP: Beverly Bowen, Beth Waterhouse, Secretary, Cindy Mercer - Pres., Kim jones - Rush Chairman, Doris jean Stanley- Treas., Marie Williams - Ritual Chairman, Debbie Robinson - Vice Pres., Char- lotte Dufford - Historian, Cheryl Menges - House Chairman. CENTER: Iulie Abbot, Rhonda Bush, Kathi Dixon, Dianne White, Io Shea- ly, Andrea Logue, Annette Davis, Emily Lowery, Laura Stimpson. LDWER: Karen King, Ian McLanahan, Nelda Knight, Becky Peele, Sherry Moses, Ana Ponce de Leon, Lynn Ciucevich, Sue McLaren, Holly Free, Donna Wood, janet Piede, Martha Bradley, Cindy Sheffield, Kathy Oz- burn, Patti McClay, Sandra Sikes, Linda Bryan, Ellen Baldwin, Nina Long, Nancy Carroll, Ellen Bruggeman, Debbie George. 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BELOW: Harold Weissman, Barry Young-Treasurer, Iay Brodsky, Alan Struletz, Barry Levin-Secretary, Marc Rose, Alan Gordon, Glenn Mullian, Richard Miller. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP LEFT: Mike Gross, Les Weiner, Dan Tarial, Hal Philipson-Lt. Master, Ricky Merlin, Robert Sunness, Rick Swerdlin, lack Arogeti-Master, Scott Rittenbaum, Kim Percman. BOTTOM LEFT: Alan Newman, Ion Hecht, jerry Bailey, Sam Rosman, Lonnie Kole, Bruce Hirsch, Terry Iacobson. BOTTOM RIGI-IT: Iere Meyers, Bambi, Eddie Birnbrey, Bruce Saul, Andrew Adler. NOT PICTURED: Murry Cohen-Advisor, Iris Reiter-Sweetheart, Bruce Berger, Wayne Cooperman, Marty Friedman, Kent Goodman, jeff Howard, Mike Kaplin, lay Kaplin, Sam Levinson, Barry Mitchell, David Rainbow-IFC, Freddie Rich, Sam Rittenburg, lay Shapiro, Ken Shusterman, Barry Steinberg, David Tourial, Billy low Ioe Weinstein, David Wolfe, Bruce Perlman, Ieff Flax, Rick Gross, Todd Kletz, David Saffan, Mitchell Winston, Marty Spiegelman. ' ' 5 1' ,, a A , - V it 5' 3 ' I , 5 s . 6 . a L , ii -f 1 1 ' Ss . , r wail'-f , 1 Shu., 2 8 I 4 . i- QL. O g v sfff Q. OC 1 .fv- LPH EPSILO PI 259 'TP ALPHA GAMMA RHO TOP RIGHT: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Clark, Punky Waters, Tim Grimes, Sammy Lowman, Roger Thigpen, Larry Hayes, Harold Milligan, Mark Childs, Danny Powell, Randy Prichard. CENTER RIGHT: Carol Iacobson, Paul Her- don, Bill Fletcher, M. L. Hall, lim Dembin, Ron Deal, Harry Pass, Buddy Boyette. LOWER RIGHT: Iames Thigpen, Steve Camp, Thomas Kessler, Rich Boswell, Ray Taylor, George Middleton, Mickey Hilliard, Tommy Dukes. LOWER LEFT: joey Futch, Philip Lacey, Sid Camp, Betty Brewer, Amy Cox, Kenny Robi- son, Dennis Mertins, Vidia Powers, Greg Rom- ire, Mike Smith. NOT PICTURED: Ioe Deal, Bill Fletcher, Wade Ingram, Tom Johnston, Randy Jordon, Sonny King, Tony Tanner, Iohnny Sellars, Mark Buck, Danny White, Mike Willis, George Dyar. l"l4l" 200 ALPHA PHI ALPHA LEFT TO RIGHT LOWER LEFT: Ronda Paine-Sweetheart, Larry Young, David Scott, Louis Neeley, Robert Glover, Russell Berry, Maurice Buchanan, E.G. Foster. CENTER LEFT: Carl Bradshaw, james Neely, Roosev- elt Sanders, Walter Gilstrap Richard Walthour. CENTER RIGHT: james Iones Bennie Roberson, Al- bert Lumpkin, George Sewell. TOP: Henry McLaughlin, Louis Williams, Alfred King, Washington Green, john Phelts. NOT PICTURED: Iohn Bradley, Gerald Craig, Dean Halman, Herman Key, Ronnie Taylor, Danny Wimberly. LEFT TO RIGI-IT: Iamie Williamson - Vice-President, George Neuhauser - President, Pey- ton Hodges - Treasurer, lohn Howard - Secretary. CENTER: Janice Erwin, Mike Aldredge, Milton Sams, Steve McCoy, Ion Simonton, Frank Walker, Chuck Malone, limbo Hovis, Ray Harcourt, Freddie Akers, Mark Iagor. BOTTOM: Sam Hale, Steve Eddy, Bo Brown, Walter Hill, Bucky Dilts, Calvin Allen, Rick Gresham, Mark Ingram, Lee Wilkie, Bob Blumenthal, Doug Aldridge, Al Rickenbacker, Mike Berger, Charlie Bradford. NOT PICTURED: Ed Albright, jim Atherton, Theo Bean, Gary Butts, Kim Coggins, Fred Hand, Bob Heazel, Curtis johnson, Steve Kerr, Fred Marrs, Dusty Milner, Iohnny Nesmith, Eric Olsen, jeff Rodbell, Lee Richardson, Carl Sanders, Dean Slaughter, Tom Stoughton, Larry Thompson, Fred Tuomi, joe Whipple, joe Wilen. CHI PHI ZETA BETA TAU TOP LEFT: Ronnie Watson 1Treasurerl, David Murphy fVlC9 Presidentl, leff Addison Gecretaryi, Al Bailey, lPresidentJ TOP RIGHT: QBOTTOM ROWJ Mack Cain, Benny Strange Ken Ioyner. QTOP ROWJ Mike Topper, Cliff Mathe, lim Reid BOTTOM: Paul Bowden, james Dove, Dennis McBride. 5 fj:fs'Q,ff." I .Q x . - .f 1 - '----.Q X I -. 'la " . , X wi . Wm gy, .v Q A :S " f'iSfm4, MQW' - Q. N 4.22. lol iff ' xx vm l w 12 , ww, ,J XIX, ,- F9 LEFT TO RIGHT LEFT: Sonny Whitfield, jim Cox, Brad Benham, jeannie Keith, Thomas Estes, Pattie Troughton, Steve johnston, Rat jones, Bob Williams, jim Stevens, Ricky Myers, Arnold Adams, johnny Rich- ardson, jack Tribble, Ed Parks, Lamar Dunn, Falme Vason, Suzanne Austin. BOTTOM: Ned Daniel, G.F. Partridge, Mr. C. Moore, Mickey Car- ley, Gus Sylvan, Verne Bliss, Scott jones, Bubba Wadley, Patti Con- nell, Cindy Spillman, Greg Mclntyre, Sam Hess, Chop Dodys, Mike Hailey, Ray Mock, Steve Rasmussen, juan Powell, Steve Geer, Skip Mitchell, Margaret Floyd, Boom-Boom Floyd. OPPOSITE PAGE: UPPER LEFT: Gene Coe, jim Dawson, Tommy Bradshow, Rick Bradshaw, Tim Autrey, Alan Gudenrath. OPPOSITE PAGE: UPPER RIGHT: john Parker, Wayne Wood, Butch Nicholson, Russ Mitchell, Donna Wood, Mrs. Edith Thomas, David Thomas, Vince Evans, Pete Fugi, T.B. Lively, Ken jones. OPPOSITE PAGE: CENTER LEFT: joe Card, Wales Barksdale, jim Clifton, Susan Lott, jeff Hailey, Fru Worthington, Buddy jackson, Betty jones, Bruce Williams, David Bradfield, Tim Adams. OPPOSITE PAGE: CENTER RIGHT: jack Schmidt - Historian, Lori Goelz - Sweetheart, Trip Martin - President, Carlton Davis - Secretary, Bobby Carpenter, Dave Carley - Vice-President, Ted McWhorter. OPPOSITE PAGE: BOTTOM: Harry Lee Kemp, joe Campbell, Steve Goldsmith, Tommy Veale, Rick Morris, David Troughton, Mark Gabriel, joey Tedder, Belly Howell, Wimp Morris, Ray King, Billy Brooks, Steve Bradfield, Henry Holle, Goober Monk, Nick Evans, Hal Breedlove, David Allison, Steve Stevens. NOT PICTURED: Tom Peil, Molton Bruce, Ricky Lake, jimmy Viviani, Hill Kilgore, Butch Hayes, Dick Martin, Earl T. Leonard, jr., jay johnson. I :Hmm-Q., fr? lt-3 J' 'sk 44" WJ' -..- ... J? , 4. F"lJ ff- , -,-4 4 rf vw., h ,....,, , ,fx KJV 'NNN Kmmvtfww' 1. Ma' -...fu KV' -..-...........-V... ., .Zoo f 5 ac.- A-ovnl in B- N ff L.. I Q1 I 'J 5. LEFT TO RIGHT TOP: Scott Carroll, Howell Haunson, Rocky Rockwell, Terry Coffey, Howard Guest, Charlie Callihan, Lee Cook, David Logan. TOP RIGHT: Candy Kidd - Sweetheart. CENTER: David Dukes, Bud Brown, Chip McMinn, Lee Preston, Ken Faircloth, Terry Hayes, Randy Gorden, Tommy Jennings, Mike Duane. BOTTOM: Terry Starr, Iohn Sutton, David Barnes, Bill Cooper, David Ellswanger, Iohn Kilmer, Tom johnson, Rodney Broach, Lew Hege. OPPOSITE PAGE, UPPER LEFT: Don Coffey - Treasurer, Craig Mitchell - Vice-President, Vaughn Padgett - Secretary, Bob Gilbert - President, Mike McKee - Vice-President . OPPOSITE PAGE, UPPER RIGHT: Larry Mays, Chip Barefield, Frank Crawford, R. Paul Smith, Bob Kirbo, Hubert Bond, Steven Garret, Mike Freeman, Mike Hart, Burt Spence, john Marouski. OPPOSITE PAGE, CENTER LEFT: Tedd Cook, lim Halligan, Eric Swann, Harry Rice, Larry Moss, Del Parker, Tom Iollay. OPPOSITE PAGE, CENTER RlGHTz Pierce Blitch, Gary Taylor, Boo- by Coleman, Paul Smith, Cash Striplin, Cris Smith, Larry McCammon, Doug McCellan. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: David Perrie, Terry jackson, lim Hen- derson, Buzzy lohnsn, Bruce Farmen, lack McGinty, Doug Mc- Pherson, Mike Gilbert. NOT PICTURED: Hamp Lord - Secretary, Paul Carter, Richard Downing, Walter Bush, Pat Henry, Doug Peters, Dick Martin, David Laughridge, Butch Hayes, Wally Bair. DELTA CHI -,' ,::'k..b,,. Q . '. 2 : 1455 X 3 wr A fi U. ff 0 ,..fm., X A 10,6 E 2 N X '- JSI' Ji of v 1 v , . x 'P' ' -, B f .4 x xf Km ff my 6 k's- LEFT TO RIC-HT TOP: King Shaw, Ioe jackson, Mike Freeman - Vice Presi dent, Dusty Gillhan. CENTER: Dennis Fowler, Richard Brown, Larry Deariso Terry DiNatale, Tom Wells. BOTTOM: Sam McClung, Rick Paull, Marilyn Smith - Sweetheart, Tolly Ashford. OPPOSITE PACE UPPER LEFT: john Blackmon - Secretary, Bob jefferds Roger Popp, jim Palestrini - Treasurer, Lawton Shaw. UPPER RICJHT: Pug Adams, Charles Nichols, Ed Scruggs - President, james Edmunds, Bill Craven. BOTTOM: Mike Witt, Clay Rogers, Steve Witt, Charles Cushman, Danny Dunagan, lim Bridges. NOT PICTURED: Mike Sena, Robert Dukes, john Burt Buzz Livingston. O .,.g..- - - ,-,,.4 " 4 mg in f t DELTA TAU DELTA THIS PAGE TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Bowers - Pres., Charles Miller - Sec., Tim Scholar, Gene McGinty, Scott Coulter - Vice Pres., Maylon Clinkscales - Treas. BOTTOM RIGHT: Michael Kuhn, Ann Elder, Ken Westberry, Carol Turner, Valerie Ellis, Susie Henard, Matto King, jimmy Arnsdorff, Sandy Freeman, Mary Beth Ginn, Ben Howell, Merritt Patterson, Wayne Booth, Lynn Wall - Sweetheart, Barry Harris, Beth Procter, Paul Iohnston, Sid Ginn, Tom Robinson, Charles Sims. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT: Scott Blackman, Bill Hackney, Tom Millican, Marty Rocker, john Roundtree, Bill Davis, George Moser, Lee Magistri, Darrell Sigman, Allen French, Bobby Lee, Bill Ellis, Gary Hinchliffe. BOTTOM: William Lee, Mark Sims, Randy Fitch, Bruce Upchurch, Ted Esienhardt, Laura Mills, Harley Drury, Rick Allan, Walter Crawford. 270 waywar- t,...--vw ,...,...M- Navy' 1 A, .N Ja.. 3 . 1 - y . . r as I ogg, an-wwf Q jf:-'mx J' Q .hm ails: H ' g "O li ff 5 gg, sr, iw . r X . Us l If eil, sfflibfiit 'life 'il F st,'i rj YQ, fsggf 'gt 4, f ","'- ,gee '49 A-f Q ' gs, lg . - XA X, 254' I, .9 ,, 37- ,I 1,r5fi.5-" L .gixvf ,, ,as fa 5 . J S, Y ' i'1Q"i". . Z.. ggi ' Jvgfity 1':?u 5'-'2. "fi ,S -J Ai 1 at in iv ,gi ' G 'Q fer , V 'wt 1 J.. .iff .W f W psf , .1 4. S 1.1 Zx .v I 'ri' xg ' 5 fbclu x I ' vi 'vs KN x s . A'V.o, -.1-C ,., p.. 11 I J I If J ELI I ICO RIGHT L'I'1'IgR Rick Henson, Travis Howe, Bob Lee, Wayne Chastain, loe Shiver, Danny True, Rick Tamplin. RILQHT CENTER David Price, Rusty Gunn, Tom Hodgson, Dan letter, Bobby Stewart, johnny Power, Tony Campbell, Bill Brown. LEFT CENTER Steve Plymale - Vice President, Robby Gaither - Presi- dent, Ed Coleman - Secretary, loe Tillman - Treasurer. LOWER, Bud Inman, Sam Davenport, Carl Moore, Gary Shell, Skip Pon, Wlendell Horne, Bran Thompson, Bobby Brown, Doc Eldridge, lim Bennet, lim Mottola, Bill Mason. OPPOSITE PAGE UPPER. Frank Dolan, Barbara Moore - Pledge Sweetheart, George Butler, Brad Bradford, lere White, Bob Carlton, Skep Hagey, Mike Greene, Stewart Wilson, Lester Harris, Steve jackson, Steve Howe, Mike Maden, Donald Greene, Hugh Hamilton, Roy Hendricks, Iohn Gibbs. Pi-X R RIGHT David Salona, Will Berksteiner, Bruce Bishop, Wistar Lewis, jeff Forshee, Bobbie Banzoff - Sweetheart, Yale Sage, Winston Lee, Matt Salona. LOWER: lim Curry, David Brumby, Paul Carswell, Kenny Seamon, Harry Fitzgerald, David Hargrove, Steve Hopkins, Terry Wingfield, Larry Nix, Steve Owings, Raymond Demere, Philip Hester, Alan McCrae, Robert Dickey, Lewis Padgett. NOT PICTUREDQ Frank Steiff, Tom Arnold, joe Hodgson, Stanley Def- nall, lohn Saffold, Carl Westmoreland, Davis Williamson, David McCrea, lohn Gurley, Randy Starnes, Mike Smoak, Andy Knox, Charlie Iohnston, Steve Kendrick. Z'-'f Z4S?iH'fW,ff,J'-UR. . ,I QMS? , gr- We 1 V -sf My Q zff 5 A x sg - fx QL- PPA ALPH l xxx 13 ff 273 K PPA SIGMA Gb 274 ,fb zglayz .A f 1 1:41 l 4 .f TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Conn, Miller Bridger, Bucky Cook, Mike Yarbrough, Luck Cook, joe Hale, Stan Sands, Rick Summers, Asa Kelley, Dan Pompilio, jimmy Moore. CENTER: Mitchell Touartg President, Alan Tomlin - Treasurer, Guy Elmore, Bob Dubac - Vice President, Thomas Doyal - Secretary, Keith Bryant. BOTTOM: Phil Welch, jim Peters, Gene Chambliss, Bill Adams, Rick Thompson, B. P. Smith, Rick Hartnett, Marg jarvis. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP LEFT: Greg Lester, Holt Davis, Bob Fink, johnny Carroll, Robert Aitkens, Billy Simmons, Ray Dlugos, Bill Plummer, jody Terrell, Steve Arnold, Bobby Mentzer, Randy Huber, jim Strickland. BOTTOM LEFT: jim Mathews, john Griffith, Hamp Hart, Kenny Frey, Dave Battle, Mike Lowe, Allen Touart, Ralph Rodgers, Carlton Carter. NOT PICTURED: john Ferebee, Sonny Merritt, Rob Rinehardt, Bobby Mentzer, Butch Wood, Rick Farnes- worth, john Fedac, Noel Hendley, Steve Sands, jeff Yeag- er, Bert Adams, Les Carroll, jim Sheffield. 275 L'PPER RIGHT: Bruce Goddard, Sandy Butler, lim Harris, Kelly Saw- yer, Donna Coggin, Richard Hanley, Carlton Roberts, Mike Veal, Leon Collins. BOTTOM LEFT: Sharon Roper, Beth johnson, Ruby Harrell, Kevin Knox, David Dye, George Mitchell, Mike Raines, Dave McKelvey. CENTER RIGHT: Preston Lewis, lack Rosson, Iohn O'Connor, Lane Miller, Lawrence Certain, Bruce Burch - Secretary, Benjy Folk - Vice President, Anne Marie Benard - Sweetheart, Iohn Dalis - President, Steve Hulbutt - Treasurer. BOTTOM: Doug Lee, Bo Walpole, lim Garrison, Nelda Knight, Ioe Wood, Dick Valentine, Larry Fuller, Bob Young, Mary Brown, Doug Davidson, lim Mitchell. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Cliff Tippins, Iohn Sye, David Nicholson, Tim Teck, Stewart Pittman, Ian Camp, Cliff Russell, lim Colquitt, lack Lott, Mary lane West. CENTER LEFT: Stan Cox, David Bishop, Bo Thompson, Pete Dasher, Ioe Moore, Becky Bacon, Bob Price, Bennett McNeal, Ianet Buechner, Bob Bernard, Trip Tomlinson. BOTTOM RIGHT: Iohn Yarborough, Graham Hood, Katie Montgom- ery, Harry Howle, Iohn Davidson, David Miller, George Goddard, Allen Martin, Debbie Forde. NOT PICTURED: Charlie Buffington, David Burch, Don Harrison, Stan Hawlins, Steve Kinney, Taylor Lovell, Tommy Lanier, Tommy Lord, Wayne Lahullier, Mike McCarthy, Lamar Mealor, Keith Oelke, David Price, Graham Thorpe, Mike Tiller. , WRST? Y 70 ' ' I N Iii W it ' - , K Ri. . fi I if xx: A+! +85 ' ' 'Nz' fi xu IFTA or 1 nr1micnlAI1'H1 , M N? nf f N tx I -I X Aw., fu QNX ,lf X1 .4 XNW f I, -4 Il X f c x .gig ,5- , r : Z F G 1' 9 R5 S, P ,mi A Q I 1 A Nr t hx i 3 NNN Q. 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BOTTOM LEFT: Alex Lowe, Bobby Ben- son, jim Rubenstien, Hal Meeks, Rick Grif- fin, Sam Smart, Hanson Farmer, Susan O'Quinn, Gaston Raoul, Steve Holt, Mitch Ray, Will Varn, Tom Ray, Clark lernigan, Rick Hicks, Gary Guyer, Scott Garrett, Cap Fendig, Bill Hope. THIS PAGE LEFT: Eddie Foster, Tony Lucas, Carl Ham- rick, Glenn Cox, Charles Smith - Secretary. Bud McClesky, Taylor Woodruff, Frank Guess, C. B. jones, Charlie Ritchie - House Manager, Rich Grieff, Kaki Carrison - House Mother, Harry jones, George Fon- taine - Social Chairman, David Dick. BELOW: Ewing Strang - Vice President, Freddy White, Lawrence Williford - Trea- surer, Curt Robinson - Pledge Trainer, Lane Young, Clark Mann, Fred Webster - President. NOT PICTURED: Dan Savage, Tom De- Cosimo, Brad Bosworth. nf 1.-..,, f .J I 279 S117 X X I x .FF.,,:f3x1 :VN Y 3-Ig - f -gr -fj X' ,m,,,,,fgf,-?:L Ii , f', 1 I' 280 J' xx X S-Y , 7 V , ' v if--fg:-I-ff ,. , I , -- ig? .,.....- "'!w..-fs--W PHI GAMMA DELTA OPPOSITE PAGE TOP RIGHT, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Krabber, Mike Turbyfill, Sam Pensula, Mike Mitcham, Les Bridges, Bobby Melo. FAR LEl7Tp Mark Capallo, Scott Clark, Bill Pannell, Vic Bateh. BOTTOM: Neal Seiter, David Day, johnny Williams, Tom Blackwell, Andy Albritton, Marty Allen, King Purnell, Neal Brown, Don Taylor, Robbie Griffith, Bill Bass. THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Kenny Smith, Sammy Smith, Scott Mall, Brent Patrick, Scott Clarke, George Henderson, Bill McKenzie, Henry Day, jeff Smith, Dasher Stewart, Chris Cornwell. TOP RIGHT: Gene Weeks, Phil Reddick, jim Lang- ford, A. Martin, Vic Bateh, Casey Cochran, Dave Kraebber, Fred Bentley, Rick Hutto, David Thompson, Scott Pioreck. LOWER LEFT: Bill McCalley - Treasurer, Cindy Mercer - Sweetheart, joe Edens - Chi Omega Sweet- heart, Matt Mitcham - Corresponding Sec., Randy Blackwood - Recording Sec., Tommy Melo - President. 181 PHI K PPA TAU 5 J :W E X212 gi . If 1 ,,W-W ,.-"""""n ,, .:ff.,wae'W? V lm 1-""'4""5 . ig . "jr I i Q 4 ,.-1-. -. -v 3 X 47' Q I 4... fi -an - x , fit 4- ',P'5'ia lf: 2 1 E I a 5 1 1 J! lsr. , N. ..I1.,, I 1. L .., fag! ifqxwwig ' Q- NPA. ef 4, T0 6, f 'GFX gbttf- L z Y 4 1 t , vw vY"""F'FM -nf za z N rf . 'ff Q I 1 ',... !"f"'L , ,V , 3 . LEFT TO RIGHT LEFT: johnny Layton, David Puckett, Ted Stewart, Dan johnson, Steve Blackburn, Steve Duncan, Carl Ayers. BELOW: Chuck Ozburn, David Ivey, Tyler Verdery, Fritz Wanner, Steve Russell, john Blackburn, Buster Manning, Bill Boydston, Bubba Singleton. BOTTOM: Bill Cope, Mac Redfern, Steve Wachsler, Lee Barton, Bobbie Connell, Bruce Teal, jerry Lloyd. OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP: David Harris, Luther Green, jim Santuci, Bruce Dixon, Paul Carlock, Mike Curtis, Scott Becker. OPPOSITE PAGE: LOWER LEFT: Gary Wade - Treasurer, Richard Young - President, Steve Mc- Carthy - Member at Large, Bruce Culpepper - Secretary, Alan Parker - Vice-President. OPPOSITE PAGE: LOWER RIGHT: Frank Seaton, Phil Benifield, Herschel Lovett, Phil Hall, David johnson, Fred Cook, jeff Abernathy, jerry Upchurch, Wayne Postell. NOT PICTURED: Chuck Almond, jeff Behl, Don Crane, Mitchell Keith, Mike Rivers, john Watson. r .- Q' , gf j' ,I f I 4 7 W ,F 1112, 'igiv '-.fha 'A' W, VV 1.6- wmx Q 1 5' Y' .img ,. ,f 9 ff? f .5 1 Q-P -nun- ,P nba .l 'Qi' , , ,, !--..- -X55 I -ffeg. ............,.. Q. W.. YVA.. Y.. ,V ,- if - -,,,-V.,-vw.. nw .-1.1.-M v--A. ..-.-.....N...u.m-,v-,-V-fy---..mv.,f-M 0 ff v-fwN,-,.M,-hm4h.v-,z-wr.a- raavfqz .W A W.,-mx: ffszw-wvwf , W 2244 PHI K PP THET -g?,1 xx , 1 I J' J K I , ' .5111-1 4 42 J ' f 'ff f ': w .1 W5 I y: Y 'f .1 , , I ah i I 1 I If , " x- . f . -'4 5 Q 4 u I I f 1iff.." --. 1. , affix' "' K Mfg' yu -- 'I rg fi . 4 " S LEFT TO RIGHT TOP LEFT: Don Risher. CENTER RIGHT: Bill Thompson, jim Wade, jeff Clark, Mike Haggard, Steve Palmer, Kirk Nelson. BELOW: Roger Allen, Mike Martin - Treasurer, Bill Adams, Steve McElveen, Kenny Woo, Greg Iones - President, Tom Butchko, Bob Beavllieu. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Wayne Risher - Secretary, Dave Manley, Roger Hunt, Billy Ayres, Eric Edmond- son, lim Ray. LOWER RIGHT: Tim Weiss, Kerry Kee, George Wright, Tom Kutz. LOWER LEFT: Dennis French, Stu Kahn, Hap Wolfe. 7gJ4.f.lWf,rs . 1 VI., ik' ,f , NL- NOT PICTURED: Mark Bruce, Ricky Clark, jimmy Ezel, Clarence Gooden, lim McPipkin, Ioe McPipkin, jimmy Poules, Mat Robinson, Phil Porter, Les Stenson, David Saliba, Mike Gilbert, Tim Martin. .. fly F1 H 4 T. LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP LEFT: Michael Isaac, Richard Bailey - Treasurer, Ardie Hadwin, Ioe Matthews - President, Chris Thompson, Bob Herndon, Frank Durkin - Pledge Trainer, Len Walker, Iimmy Cannon, Chip Wallace. LOWER RIGHT: Hugh O'Farrell, joe Herb, Craig Coleman, Milo Mathis -- Director of Athletics. LOWER LEFT: lay Williams - Vice President, Glynn Gossett, Mark Shawe, Andy Anderson, Mark Cuda, Al Martin, Mac Coile, Ernie Vincent, Mike Darwell, Mark Blodgett. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Bill Felts, john Mays, Craig Taylor, Fred Bennett, Bill Andrews, Billy Sothve. CENTER: Donnie Robison, jimmy McCarty, Doug Wray, Iohn Bailey, Tim Iackson, Iohn Seay, Tommy Bernett - Food Manager, Drew Hill, l.yn Landrum - Dream Girl, Tommy Myers. TOP: Nelson Swofford, Bruce Fortner, Randy Holder, Tom Cook, Pete Wiggins - House Manager, Ronnie Horton. 1 PI KAPPA ALPHA 258 Q 5 l. 'K S 5 5 .L eplqebfztfvyf ,pdf fu .L I -s f I S ve R tw? rid 1 una PI KAPPA PHI LEFT TO RIGHT LEFT: Wink McWhorter - Historian, Larry Norman - Secretary, Rosemary Armour - Sweetheart, Rick Arnold - President, Tom Cheves - Warden, Coll Bowen - Chaplain. BELOW: Phi Allison, Marie McCaul, Richard Pace, Mike Trouche, Tom Schulte, Robert Siegle, Pam Murray. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Bob Bosworth, Stan Black, Greg Ash, Tille Raines, Da- vid Royal, Greg Giddens, David Tidmore, Dewey Hammond, Robert McWhorter. OPPOSITE PAGE, CENTER: Dawn Emerson, Flynn Nance, Sherrill Mann, Burns English, Barbara Berry, Gene Brooks, Mike Bush, joy Baldwin. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Greg Espy, Stan Muse, Randy Bryan - Treasurer, Bull Gardner, Dayg McCurry, Chip Edleson, Chris Bibb. NOT PICTURED: Doug Ratliff, Bill Bosworth, Merle Bracken, Billy Moore, jr. .9 if 280 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON LEFT TO RIGHT LEFT: Steve Peterson, Larry Vann, Nat Strong, Bryan Persons, Marty Banks, Fred Sheats, Ben Cheek, Bill Weathers, Taylor Smith, Steve Popper, Dick McKay, Beau Wilson, Al Mize, Ricky Horne, Arthur Smith, Leonard Blount, jay Hawkins, Bill Allen, Rick Snider, lack Tribble. BOTTOM: johnny Whitlock, Claudia Woody, Bert Turner, Tray Rollins, johnny George, Leighton Tillman, David Brannon, Steve Satterfield, john Hall, Dick Byne, Chuck Scarborough, Bob Elliott, Randy Barnett, Doug Cates, Mayson Ransom, Bill Harris, Mike Henry, Tommy Overby, Bobo Sherwood, Thurston Crawford, Browning Fergus, Skin Edge. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: lohn Hunnicutt, Stan Satterfield, Bert Upshaw, Alec jones, Henry Hopkins, Daryl Williams, johnny Shingler - Treasurer, Fritz Rybert, Donny Gillis, Stan Martin, Phil Algood, Jimbo McDonald, Buzzy Spivey, Dozier Howard, Tom Widderman, jack Thompson, Sheffy McArthur, Maurice Barnett - Secretary, Hubie McCutcheon. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Buddy Wilkens, Marti Chew - Sweetheart, Charlie Strong, Terry Evans, Dirk Thomas, Wright Varr, Lee Hawkins, Brian Henry - President, jack Swift - Vice-Preseident, Emmett Barnes, Richard Higgins. 291 , vw SIGMA CHI LEFT TO RIGHT: RIGHT: Gary Hutcheson-President, Fred New- man, Gene Williams, Vic Koehles - Vice-President, Steve Heath, Buck Blum, Richard Martin, Robin Waters - Secretary. CENTER: Rhett Harrison, Robby Edwards, Bobby Brockett, David johnson, Colly Powers, Ted Brown, Bert Jacobs, Danny Moye, Preston Martin. BOTTOM: Mark Scherer, Ralph Pascual, Andy Anderson, Reed Allmond, lim Thomas, Ted I Brown, Alan Meadois, Ed Wheeler. ,tiff f . .K ,. tw' W e , -w7f'4 94" asa. Y X? Q, Qrgssrwf I QQ f ef wg? 1 , we Q- fam Y f ' L., ,ft rf 'Q A .ww-Q OPPOSITE PAGE UPPER LEFT: Alan Earnest, Dennis Taylor, Ronnie Chastain, Steve Wisehart, Mike Millians, Al Conner, Steve Longino, Byron Camp, Harry Revell, Brad Kohl. OPPOSITE PAGE UPPER RIGHT: Eddie Brown, Iohn Nunn, Cully Talton, Bruce Ashendorf, Richard Barret, josh Watt, Mark Moody, Steve Lufburrow, Billy Hale, Ricky Millians - Treasur- er, Andy Hill. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Ronnie Banks, Randy Hill, Sam Roper, Edwin Hill, David Frost, David Cauthen, Fred Lanier, Phil Scarborough. NOT PICTURED: Cliff Blanchard, Rudy Glisson, Buzy Kidd, Craig Lewis, Gary Lewis, Tom Neal, Ben Porter, Earl Rogers, Gordon Smith, George Stewart, Ben Watters, Mark West, Scott Whitmire, Stan Williams, john Young. l l '- ,. N K P ! I .Q V' W2 he 'A' if x K' .94 U ., , xx 46:16 ,. 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Commander, Gary Cosby, Iohn Hibben - Commander, Bobby Reese, Bion Moreland, jeff Gibbs - Treasurer, Iohn Vann - Recorder, Tom Van Camp, Patrick Kelly. CENTER LEFT: Tom Moore, Mark Meehan, Tom Nelson, Rick McGarrah, Barry Milam, Collin Lockfield, Bobby Iordan, Tommy Nail, Greg Greenway. CENTER RIGHT: Dixon Battle, Charles Fussel, Aubrey lfogle, Wallace Eiggins, Ken Pyles, Kevin Donnely, Bert Richards, Peter Colon. BOTTOM: Emmett Bowers, Tommy Billas, Kenny Anderson, Brown Powell, Kep Ad- ams, Greg Bagwell, Sterling Bailey, Sonny Arnan. TOP TO BOTTOM TOP: lim Lescher, Berry Camp, Wes Hooper, Larry Neal, Lawton Walder, Mark Hilgen- dorf, Steve Russell. CENTER: Carl Vann, jimmy Richerson, Greg Strid, Doug Tyler, Steve Martin, Bobby Putnam, Iimmy Tidwell. BOTTOM: Bill Tome, lim Stapleton, Martin Meeks, Trip Yarborough, Rhett Walker. NOT PICTURED: jamie Reynolds, Calvin Stephenson, Dennis Korner, Lawrence Pen- nel, Ricky Doyle, Mike Woodliff, john McKinley, Robert Cosby, Ricky Beachum, Hiram Webb. 2, X- x S- w Xxx X. x N 'Ki Q NM- Q ' e 51 i X- , A 'yy' I J' TE? i Q., N fem' . I: : wt- -wg 'N Qt-fiwgx 'E 294 I F -...Q 'L'-' " ' ' F.. SIGMA N X 1 vfe i 1 - ' ,Q J-we S159 , V, , ,T f. Q' " Q diff! wig , -, i": wg-43' WH: iff-.f-"5 if' -, ,--W' 5.19 .M ,H mg, of ' 4, -.11-3733 .zz - A .m - -V. . -1. '. N '. ' 1, .r 353' L, Y - -.,,,,d-lgfi, :Q :, a 1 ,z if . g- A -.u :L 1. .fi : - L 4. lit- ., ' ":YlEP""'J! ,A V is 1': V fj It ' ", s , f ig' 'N n .1 - : av. -" '. .f i V - . -,Y xx - Q. . 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UPPER CENTER john Coegal, Calvin Hollo- way, Scott Owenby, john Powell, Mike Dolka, Bob lson. NOT PICTURED Tim Hornsby, Scott Hilley. TAU EPSILCN PHI OPPOSITE PAGE TOP RIGHT, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rick Golsen, Phil Golub, Lonnie Cooper, Roy Cranman, Marc Wank, Steve Kanter, jerry Konter, Michael Falck. CENTER RIGHT: Larry Feinberg, Bruce Gitter, Harold Kornblut, Lyons Heyman. BOTTOM RIGHT: lvan Nossokoff, David Borenstein, Ricky Bernstein, jeff Reyner. FAR LEFT: Lee Eaton, Larry Friedman, Frank Baker, David Mink, Dan Toland, Bob Tepper, Robert Feldman. THIS PAGE TOP: Al Karmelin, Mike Wimpy, Richard Oelsner, Alfred Rothstein, Eddie Berger, Lee Stein. CENTER: Billy Estroff, Lee Kaplan, David Whipkey, Gilbert Sherr, Toby Wender, Steve Cohen, Mark Golub, Reid Sifen. BOTTOM: jeff Silver - Secretary, Rachel Streit, Monica Abrams, Pat Godbey - Treasurer, Ianet Sarlin, Michael Reiner - President, Pam Pross, Harry Wingfield - Vice President, Peggy Heiken - Sweetheart, Sal Amanda. NOT PICTURED: Larry Baumwalk, David Garfinkel, Don Iaret, Eric Medney, Barry Mitzner, Williams Dories, Sam Wolff, Alan Brown, Mark Diskin, Marc Litt, jerry Litchenstein, lack Rosenthal, Freddy Ross, Randy Salenfriend, Steve Straus. 200 ll, TAU KAPPA EPSILON I I 1'ti ai LEFT TO RIGHT, ABOVE LEFT: Bill Coughlin, Roger Sinyard, jim Culpep- per, Paul Mize, Ken Demmons, Claude Baxley, Freddy Long, Paul Cross. ABOVE RIGHT: Nicky Bajailia, Terry Srone, Alan Najjar, jim Grey, Spencer Tally, Gene Lashley, Glenn Davis, Ronnie Reagan, Terry Parker. RIGHT: Dale Elliotm , Sammy B. McDaniel, Terri Hall, Scott Riddle, jim Hopkins, Eddie Welborn, Beau Milan, Ernie Blackburn. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Miek Bankston, Tom Hall, Mark Prevail, Reid Scott, Tom Davis, Omar Najjar, Stewart Alred, Doug Huggins, Charley johnson, Kelly McCoy, Charley Tillman. CENTER LEFT: Randy Coody, Chip Bunn, james Malone, Woody Hunt, Mark Hopkins, Conway Tucker, jeff Roule, Roger Baty, john Weems. CENTER RIGHT: Ronnie joiner, jones Hooks, Freddy Mullis, Larry Edwards, Steve Merrit, Gary Smith, Curtis Hart. BOTTOM: Neese Boggs, David Gillon, Skip Forsthoff, Greg Riffle, Bill Hor- ton, Steve Edwards, Rich Lewis, john Glankler, Felix Smith, Danny Burgstei- ner, Reg Gowan, David Chastain, Neal Gross, Wassau. NOT PICTURED: johnny Bembry, Larry Bixter, Bernie Buchanan, Wayne Cason, Carey Coggins, Dennis Corbin, Mike Green, Bob Griner, jack Han- cock, Gary Henderson, Ed Hortman, Bill Maca, Charlie McKelvey, Steve Moody, Ken Murphy, Lee Pate, Wyndell Peacock, Bob Takash, Pat Tritt, john Varner, Mike Wright. is 30 LEFT TO RIGHT LOWER RIGHT: joel Williams, Rollin Middle Brooks, Leon Womack, Logan Boss, David Milloway, Buddy Schroeder, Scott Wilson, Ed Keen, jim Meadows, Chris Dimond, Tom- my Sellers. UPPER LEFT: Mac Harrington, Arch McGarity, Al Smith, Lance Rabb, Pat Cummins, jim Knight, Karl Bowman. UPPER RIGHT: Clay Price, Sky Martin, Victor Penzer, Ioe Weeks. OPPOSITE PAGE UPPER LEET1 Bruce johnson - Secretary, Bruce Conlon - Vice President, Kathy Dykes - Sweetheart, Scooter Harring- ton - Treasurer, john McMillan - President, Randy Doly- nivk - Pledge Marshall. UPPER RIGHT: Eddy Mark, Mike Phillips, D. I. Chiaro, Kurt Unger, Bob Davis. BOTTOM: Bruce Smith, Rick Flood, Carol Gillstrap, joe Greene, Gary Mann, lim Eink, Miriam Wink, Terri Gambill, Russ Bambill. NOT PICTUREDQ Alan Young, Doug Adams, Pete Adams, Steve White. L THETA CHI fu s. 19:4 -. -is . ,xx .Kia F73 11 .V " ' ,- Jff., ,. , -J M ,T-93-1v.,::1,,A,,l , P ,V -4, , 1, .-, yf- N Y , Vg- .f: via? 5'.2.:,,T-' 3 .' . F , . A 5 ,.1 -f .77:"'2'..--2:12 . ,, , ,ig 4, v,..,..,,. ,. , , ,, . n,,.:..,,.V., Jn, ., 1,1 3 -fi. , fp: -Z., Hd 5551. fiygk-.y 'ft 7 ., , ,V-1 . f..-. ,-1,.:-,,qv,13,i.-3- .2-:gf 5 ,.Y. , ,,,. .,. ., wi... .. . . Y-,gd 5, Qld.,-, W -. ,A:.- - ., . 51:1 , Max? YLs,r'1i'-if - vV:,2vY:l,,l,k- QV.- 1- V H36-,VL-1, - .V , . , .. . , U. -. ,.,.v-W,-W,-V-.W . ,.. 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'Y l. we :L af' N01 4v"""f MW' xx LL DIANE SMOCK, Political Science, Bogart CONNIE SNELLING, Graphic Design, Savannah MARTHA SNOWDEN, Drama, Atlanta KAREN SORENSON, French, Atlanta IOSEPH STALILE, Zoology: Atlanta IANIS STEINGRUBER, Anthropology, Dunwoody GARY STOKES, Anthropology: Augusta PAT STOKES, Psychology, Warner Robins CAROLE STRINGER, Graphic Design: Avondale PAMELA STROTHER, Political Science: Marietta ROBERT TAKASH, Architecture, Albany VICKIE TATE, Secondary Education, Stone Mountain PHILIP TAYANO, Animal Science, Atlanta PHIL TAYLOR, Architecture, Cochran RONALD TAYLOR, Social Work, Athens IOHN TEEL, Pre-Vet Med., Garden City IULIA THARPE: Math, Athens ALAN THROWER, Political Science, Milledgeville BRUCE TILLAPAUGH, Agronomy, Carlisle, N.Y IUNICHI TORIL, Economics, Osaka, japan NEENA TURNER, Spanish, Chamblee THOM TYNER, Art Ed., Danielsville CYNTHIA UHL, Sociology: Morrow WILLIAM VANDERLOOT, Drama, Big Pine Key Fla. 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RONNIE WATSON, Accounting: Martin ROY WEBSTERQ Marketingg Athens EDWARD WELBORNp Accountingp Greenville, S.C. B. WILLIAMS I. RANDALL WILSON: Ir.: Finance: Marblehead, Mass. ROBERT WOMACK7 Personnel, Athens SeniorsfBusinessf319 320fSen iorsfEducatio IEANETT ANDERSON7 Mental Retardation: Athens YVONNE ANDERSONy Dist. Ed.: Atlanta PHYLIS BACLEYg Social Scienceg Chatsworth IOYE BALDWINy Educationg Atlanta BETSY BAREEIELDQ Elem. Ed.. Alexander DEBBIE BELLp Phys. Ed.: Athens LAUREN BILLINCSLEYp Special Ed.Q Athens DEBBIE BLUSTERg Education: Duluth CINDY BRACKETTg Elem. Ed., Rossville SHELIA BRADLEYQ Business Ed.g Monroe CONNIE BRANTLEYg Elem. Edg Chamblee BECKY BRASINCTONg Elem. Ed.p Waycross NANCY BRENTQ Elem. Ed.: Atlanta RICHARD BRETT SCHNEIDERg Phys, Ed. Atlanta ANNE BROWNg Speech Path.g Vidalia MICHELLE BRUNAIRg Math: Columbus KAY BRYANTQ Early Childhood Edp Athens DELINDA BUNNELg Special Ed.g Atlanta KATHERINE BUTLER3 Elem. 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HOLMES: WOODY HUNT: Perry HENRY IEW: Athens ROBERT IONES: Atlanta CYNTHIA LATHAM: Toccoa IIMMY MAXWELL: Whigham IACK MCCLANAHAN: Fayetteville MICHAEL MCCEE: Americus CHERYL MCMILAN: Bartow IOHN MCMILLAN: Vartow MARY CATHERINE NEW: Cuhlin BILL O'HARA: Cairo IANICE PACK: Snellville RIBHARD PENN: Adel WILLIAM PRUITT: Athens SUSAN RECHSTEINER: Marietta MICHAEL REED: Atlanta WILLIE REED, IR.: Brunswick RONALD REESE: Macon ANITA RICHARDSON: Athens MARSHA RIKARD: Smyrna ROBERT TOVERTSON, IR.: Metter KATHY WESSINGER: Carrollton Sem Peggy Childs Jlofjunlurs Carol Aekerman lVlilell'Gd Carmela Alitti Busan Amason 5 Anderson lien Andruk Myrtle Askew Ronnie Athon jett Barnes Diane Bass Denise Baughaum Claude Baxley Al Beall Theresa Beasley james Bellah Robert Bents Thomas Bohhitt Tommy Boggs Tommy Bordeaux Annice Boyer jessica Brady Bylhia Brandel VV. Breland 5. Brewer U. Bridges Margaret Britt j. Brooke Ci. Brooks john Brooks Nancy Brooks james Brown R. 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Pannell M, Marker Nancy Parker Candi Parks Lynn Parrish Cutha Pate Pattie Page Patricia Payne Rebecca Pelletier Sandra Petty Charles Phelps Decie Phillips Cary Pigg Ellen Pinckney Lauren Pinion David Pinson Charles Pipkin Carmen Pisoni Walter Pitts john Plunkett Patricia Plunkett lim Poliquin Debra Posey Robert Pound Wanda Powers W. Pritchett David Pugh Karen Pugh Gayle Pullen H. Purdy Ian Ratliffe Celia Ray Michael Ray Sandra Raynor janis Rhyne F. Richbourg B. Richelson Carol Roath Lalia Robertson Frances Roberts Kathryn Rodgers Thurman Rogers Annette Reed C-ale Russell M. Russell Apathetic, Lazy, Frustrated. junior year has been my worst yet. Over- loads, Major Courses, I still haven't finished by Core. Only one of my math courses will transfer. I feel more lost here than I ever did at Middle Georgia. It is like being a Freshman all over again. I-Iey Sally, what is your major this month. I know it will take me at least three more years to graduate. 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Collins Michael Collins Cathy Colvin lvl. Covington Carl Cox Kathy Cranman C. Crawford K. Creswell Heather Croft Deborah Crosby Bruce Currie P. Davallou Elise Davis Debra Davis Russell Day Theresa Dellinger 4 Nick Demetros R. Denman Wanda Dennis Victor Disharo john Dolan joan Dombrowski L. Dunson Marian Dykes Robert Edwards Tim Edwards G. Faclcler T. Feldman jeanna Foster Millie Fournier Beth Freeman jane Fugate Sandra C-anus Rebecca Gathany S. Geeter john Gilleland Louisa Gordy Charles Graham Wallace Green Charlotte Greenway janice Grossman Bob Cunry Sharon Gunter A. Hadwin Tom Hall Willis Hanberry Hawkins K. Harper Venus Harrington john Hart Mark Hawker Bucill Hawks j. Hayes Sheryl Henderson Allen Henson P. Hollis Going home for the summer was a real drag. It is really hard living with a strange family in what used to be your home. You can find out real quick just how much you've changed. It was not so much restrictions as it was nothing to do. Corning back to school again: I did a lousy job of packing up again this year. I didn't bring anything to write with! It seems like I've been coming back to Athens for 19 years. Not ever seeing Micky even though you know she's still enrolled here. Kathy Houshodder Sara Hudson Deborah Hughes j. Hughes j. Hunter C. Ivey Alan jennings jana jones M. jones Sandra jones P. jordan Mike joyner Van Keller Robert Kemp Kathy Kerce janice King Melanie King Carol Lad S. Landers Ed Lane Susan Lee Debbie Leitch George Lingenfelser Hal Little 338fSophomores tv ,i uw '- f V- -' . 3' 2' ' 7 ' 5: " "L . . . , . . ,H -we . 1.2 .:. .N . , w.rs.- SE , , at X A . . , .... 1 .gs ,.., ..,. Q .,.. .W.1,.4:. 5 x t J, 7' . f V ,V - t, if , ki 16 zocffffff jig 4 , ff sr af as i 'ft it - Q' i I ,, 4 -t vw 1" .ff ' f , f , - s ' ac'-" - ' . , xv if W ' . """ X ' If sfiiq-i,'ff,' I VW -Wk it " . X i a mx New- u . 4' F N Us X - 3' 5 N an yi. -fn X -I ff p K x Y v 8 ff -4 Q-'- nl 15" f 5 5, 0 ' 'i lov Long 16,55 Marganita Long I l " W. Patrice long ' M Q. ' David Lvnth J .r ,. . - gt.: fa vlklilfl Mallory " f Clare Mansell 1- , lohn Marshall N3 B. W, Mack Sharmen May -S 4 'vw A . Lynne Mayo f "A'x D Iudy McConnell 'Tar pi' s C A .A Atlcin McDougal rv -19 . Q' ' i D. McGinnis .4 E, McLendon W - D. Mercer Eu' 'lily' ' Steve Metcalf Rollin Middlebroolc D. Minish Vicki Moeszinger W C. Moore William Morris Sarah Morgan Patty Nalley Kathy Needham lf. 1 5 4 x 51 ,lg NA-4,. If 5' - s, iN- ,,N: . 4 ffesZzfiLee'e+ff2 WX 467 , . , br is i "-.Zh-'I C 1 'V ii :ADS Q-i"'J --A?-"r,"exF'LfK aft' '-'Ngiig-:QCA ' -W .., L e P' . , 'xZ1f'-':,,.1Q.Q'fT5',- qjgg-tif? -15.5-fllf .V Q--.3 ' 5 "'3' as .- v I l',,::L'k '4:,f 112: 44, jf Kl.i.:j'. -ffl 1--X 1- . i -5 arg- '- .I X-.. 1 if ikyvwfii' 1:11 Q' 5 ,Qffl-.1S2fLfqk"g',7S'1'a"ffr,i','.-g --ga", -41 1-5.. 5,0 ,t,-. .. fwifn .L ID yn . v , : ,.-. 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Roberts ' Keith Roberts Sophomoresfllo Sharon Roberts Terry Robinson Helen Ruesel Marv Roggenkamp Norma Routh David Russell lane Salter Shelia Scarborough I. A. Schaff Edward Schroeder Carol Schwortzer Gwen Scoggins Kathryn Seybert P. I.. Shaddix Mary Sharp Ellis Shaw Susan Shaw Michel Shedrow Carol Simmons Judy Sims Clyde Smith Donna Smith R. David Smith Julie Smith just try getting excited about four more quarters of core curriculum. I wish I had taken my language courses last year. Disillusioned. Satisfied, I've lived through one whole year haven't I? Bringing up your average. Taking an upper division course, even though it means taking Biology 101 your senior year. Not taking a single RE. course all year. Moving out of the dorm, and kind of wishing you hadn't. The rising Juniors Test Lord, I don't want to take English 101 again! Sophomore year, I skipped it. Melinda Smith William Smith Vicki Snow Theresa Spence D. Stephens Lynda Stokes Cay Suber Kathy Sommers Kim Swartz D. Talkington R, Taylor Ste-phenie Thatcher R. Thomas Debbie Thomson Iudy Thompson Richard Tillison 34OfSophomores as n"a . I. K . -. 0, ,t ,tt . . News gi Y ., S ks ' I T f of in I haf-A-1 wi , aussi Its: 3 , ,h. if x 5 '5 X 42 Q5 5 I J, I Xi If QHAVP Q . V :ig W 6, ',., , w a y , ,I X ,- t N u - -Xu X - , .,1 1 -ii' r.l"" I i . 'S s 1 rw ,WWMA 4-www? - wefwzie ' X ft ,aw xv Q -ss 48 F ' i'i , I I fs- I "Sf" i Aie, . "nn "S I A .Ii qi. K ra :yi 1 V , ML' t gs, 4 536020 . Hs ,N gizfi' Q' aids? qfyvzys 4 -- "4 '40 v- ' t ga. , . 4 :fi win ,Sz- W I to +4-4 Q i AJ 4-WM' favfpfmwwpw I ,o as t img' ii l 5, 5 . t-', , I A if fa W f ft ' A i 1 it M Z H ' E5 YM -4 H K1 s. 49" t .4- i -. 639' , , tv N c fgfx K 1 ' I1 . . I Nl up - ' , X Elaine Timrnerman A ' p . 2 Q William Todd " 1 . E. R. Trawick Bryan Tucker Larry Tyus q ' .4 S' Robert Underwood i Alison Waldo "" g- ' Darrell Wallace Bo Waller - Susan Walrove 'I' V 1 7 I 1 0 z Q ri' ' ly Y ' x ,V s . in N I , x xi v .- ' A , I S To MCNISH1 DAVID KEITH 11115173 509-A RUSSELL ATHENSS GEORGIA 30601 At the end of the 5116. Quarter 1911, you had earned 5.9.-. hours of academic credit, exclusive of Physical Education and Military. This makes you eligible for the Rising junior Examination which, in accordance with the Board of Regents Policy, is now required of all students in the University System. YOU MUST TAKE AND PASS THE EXAMINATION AS A REQUIREMENT FOR GRADUATION. IF YOU ARE IN CLASSES HHICH CONFLICT HITHTHE EXAMINATION: YOU HILL BE EXCUSED FROM THOSE CLASSES. Your Examination is scheduled to be given JAN. 16. 1974 5 35 PM 2 HOUR EXAMINATION NORTH AUDITORIUM PSYCHOLOGY-JOURNALISM BLDG. You are urged to take the examination at the scheduled time. Failure to take the examination at the appropriate time will result in your record being flagged. This means that you will not be permitted to register for any subse uent quarter until this test requirement has been fulfilled. HOWEVER: IF YOU ILL NDT BE ERROLLED NEXT QUARTER, YOUR RECORD HILL NOT BE FLAGGED AND YOU HILL RECEIVE ANOTHER NOTICE TO TAKE THE EXAMINATION Edna Watkins R. Wayne Sandy Weathers I Vanessa Williams f ' 7 Ralph Wilson lx X ' . Terry Wilson 1 , 1 ,: F' ' 0 wr I 2 ' -. s A 'ANKA '35, I I Larry Worthy Elmo Wright P. Wright Robin Wyatt june Yurina Lisa Zane S ph X341 NN 342fPre'shmen Terri Abel Xllllxi Adams E. Allegood Mon Allen D. Amalxer Ann D. Anderson Dot Andrews B. Arnold jackie Baggett Lynda Barkley Barbara Barnett Philip Barrett Carlos Barrogo Ianis Barrow Kathryn Bart Patti Bass Patty Baxter Susan Beers A. Bell Gil Bell Iacqueline Bell Evelyn Bembry Elise Bentley Wally Binns Carol Black Patricia Black B. Boland Nina Boley Marcia Bond S. Boyett Iames Bramlett D. Brannen Bruce Breedlove Lynn Breedlove D. Breslauer Ann Brice Rodney Broach Cordon Brooks Linda Brown T. Brush C. Bryant K. Buescher K. Burgess Debbie Busby I.. Butler A. Butts Kennette Carpenter Cathy Cart C-ayle Castro B. Catlett Dennis Challcer Fas, 'W fs: 4- v l .0 Y' ISK hh..-5 -"A' , , .,.' 1 ,git wr -A ban! if ff f W fc' Q - if .-,, 2 ' .4 '57 1 M Q4 .-" 4 QW, al"'fv-1 X New ffvj f"v fc. Leak Q V,,, kan K5 mane.-, f -ar . -A , '? . ylx !F7"""""""U FRESHMEN - confused, lost - adjustment - frustrated because you don't discover all the people you're going to be good friends with in two weeks. - developing patience for standing in line - danger of becoming involved in 500 different organizations before you know it - not being given enough time to decide if you like the place before sign- ing up for next quarter's classes - being forced to live in a 9'X1Z' dorm room, usually with another person - worrying about how your parents are going to react to your grades and finding out they aren't half as worried as you are Qigfl Y 1. ' ' it fc'-15 fx, X l . fnvk 'LS gfqw i -" l s ,fide I iff 1. H ff., Ann Chandler P. Chandler Bill cha-L Doriastino C heelv Karen Clamp Margaret M. Clary M. Cleveland C. Colborne Kim Collins Karen L. Conlon Kathy L. Cook Vicki Cooper Arrilla Corbin Pam Corley Henry Cox 1. Crawford Nancy E. Crockett Cathy Io Culbreth Roger Currie D. Curry Phyllis Danneman Betty Darby Alice Davis Lee Davis Lonnie Davis M. Davis David Day Donna Day Carol Delhommer Becky Delozier Robert Dilday Edith Marie Dolan Diane Dorner Terri Dorsey Michael Dudley Ken Dunning Charles Eavenson Chip Edleson V. Edmondson R. Elber Toni English Mac Erwin Greg Espy C. Etheridge Nena Etheridge Mary Evans Randolph Evans Tim Farmer Terri Farrar Cindy Ferguson Rebecca Fincher nf343 K. Fischer Vlark Ford vlark Forsling VI. Fowler Steve Fox I, Frazier Tommy Fricks L. Friedman Grystal Frye Florence Gardner M. Gardner G. Getchell Mary Ginn Luanne Goldsby Cissy Goldsmith S. Grham Sheree Green Patricia Grier Lena Griffin Rick Griffin Michael Grim 344!Freshmen 5. Grimsley David Hammock Kathy Hampton F. Hand janet Harper Arlethea Harris Lester Harris Ann Haslam Brian Hawkins Randolph Hayes Doug Haynie Vonnie Heard Joan Henderson Melinda Henton Nancy Hess G Hickory Ann Hickey Pat Hogan B. 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