University of Georgia - Pandora Yearbook (Athens, GA)

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!B9 " i T-T-rr .JilKpi.-J , ' Ti . l ll ' R: ! . ' -.- V V2 ifeMg-- 3Mv tiMiifiT ' f n ' nr-Y - msr iivDsmMtm: : " ??!» ri . :SP=ir¥sar»! aB»«K(! -idH i ,♦ i l ' ' Hi ' t,« • r •f r 1977 ...JUORA UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA ATHENS, GEORGIA 30602 ' ■ VOLUME 90 . S«S?ift:i ? j| fiS aC ■■■ ' ■liumi f -0i- 2 Introduction p mm w m aaKMWiaatt -g CKxm j Am u s itJBu . ..sut i " To see life; to see the world; to eyewitness great events; to watch the faces of the poor and the gestures of the proud; to see strange things — machines, armies, multitudes, shadows in the jungle and on the moon; to see man ' s work — his paintings, towers and discoveries; to see things thousands of miles away, things hidden behind walls and within rooms, things dangerous to come to; the women that men love and many children; to see and to take pleasure in seeing; to see and be amazed; to see and be instructed. " Ill iinniiiiii T f The above is from Henry R. Luce ' s 1936 prospectus for Life magazine. Today, in 1977, this prospectus is still appropriate. Appro- priate not only for our times, but also for our University. Georgia is, afterall, a plethora of all the things that Luce intended his prospectus to be. Just as Life magazine portrayed life around the world during its thirty six year existence, the Pandora also depicts life. Life at the University of Georgia. It is exciting, invigorating, often humbling, but never boring. Take a look now at the University of Georgia; a look at the reality of its life, and at the myth of its traditions. Introduction 3 mmm m mmk mm ' m ' -. ! - To See Life 4 Introduction y. j i i ' 1g| «S S ii« «9VHSaCzA JK To See The World Ig. . -!? ® : -v A ' f Vf v ' iaMii frTv.-- ' ' ■ V- V. «?-•« ■;? ' To Eyewitness Great Events . . . 6 Introduction 5»=VWJ«S 1?» - CR k To Watch The Faces • »ra«iw«£. ' ;,ik «eqfc iA%€«Stai»; J ' j ' ' ' ' -i Vi.TW mmi g UBlI€;SSPETY To See Strange Things 8 Introduction 1»- ' il» IBi.rf i.uiijmiu.f s mQ »aeaMBe- ' «ia«««mRnKwaBr«M!sai .r ' fTt. Armies F f ' ■9k!rt . . .. . $A Multitudes ' »M.-r%im ,i»irc nig miKS£mik.: A%m !% ' i Shadows In The Jungle And On The Moon . . . J 12 Introduction ' VLlP.yii ' .t-i fSSi-SiiK WWSatLTaMK; HHMBpr l| 4, ' w Bi sv-i i ' :%-vr« ' S ift jis«iffijfe«A ac: To See i. 1 Introduction 13 mm ' i m mk. jjkmmm ' i His Paintings 14 Introduction mm .i} m ' 9mi ;L rjt: ■ ' ■: - .;. v j ' ykr.,.T- ' ,; : ■ ' F} :., PB gfei mm m nd Discoveries =■%« ma To See Things Thousands Of Miles Away . . . Things Hidden Behind Walls And Within Rooms . . . lntroduction i7 i Wk M PRESIDENTS OFFICE ■■ ' W •« i. Things Dangerous To Come To 18 Introduction i£t«r% .44 : mtrj! , jL-v " - z I The Women That Men Love .-• • vrv«: f t, f Introduction 19 ;»f i» ' £» ' »? »«ww«»rc««saa r iK,«r?3i3tq|v sa??rT??T 5?5? ? " W " Wi And Many Children . . i To See And Take Pleasure In Seeing . . 20 Introduction A. , imi I. I ... r . ■ " ■. ' : ■ y ' S ' J i nki j .V fmJJ. .. MWB.Jut.fclUmJWwWIWKLffl To See And Be Amazed . . . Introduction 21 ' M rn u u i mM :.---Mm.:Ktvi v -n tm um!m ' m- ••«K»r. ' »f ' «rs» ' f « .i;i 2 ' ?i85: 3 !f ii.: .c 1 Tntroduction Tt ' tvrrivc -ii.T . ' ■ ' ' ■-■ ' g ' i i iy.- -iJigtiin a B Lg in V r l H ■B j||H H , » Vh V ' y v l l P!s4 HB f ' i WM 1 To See And Be Instructed. Intrcxluction 23 ' yVKJOrmML -MIBL ' « K».tf mm. .(B .m . n. iSK S f Sii l! . Sj ay1g . .::, y .. ..-y, ...«W.. .i jf-)j. -« L,.. .-...lU.V.L:. ■-ctt Concerts At UGA A t i t - mb h| H pn w p ' " ' ' I H % - . 4 4M ■ 24 Introduction TfA ' K.V.U. ' - ' -M iP ' :-..- V Jackson Browne, Darryl Hall, John Oates, Starbuck, and a host of others. All compliments of the University Union. What will they think of next? Hopefully, a place with better acoustics than the coli- Introduction 25 ir-%i : T? - ■mtiozMASfiniBssijfy E:- - sMsasamKsaKf P»k i " ? ' aWJ ' • ' ■ -U; S-iS ,i :: V " -; i ' - ' ' • ' .s " .«rJ, r ' i;iL AWfllWlJ ' . " .i--» ' -L U M r; v Fn addition to rocic, Georgia students also appreciate the classi- cal arts. Both music and art rank high on many University student ' s lists. Examples of student art work can be seen daily in the gal- leries at the Art School and at Memorial Hall. The Georgia Mu- seum of Art is reserved for profes- sional work. at the Fine Arts building, aspiring young musicians practice day and night, hoping for perfection. All in all, Georgia has its fair share of virtuosos. Introduction 27 I acEiKTra: .fK-H a? :lor- . %t ' 28 KLI .TA) ' ' K . ' !aM ' Sar v ft.i mrj-Bm cwm T A j« Mr- 7«k :-«?(« -7 naci rH T7Kj?isi? ' wr7 T rrw w:% 29 - V t ._Vy _ r rf._AjttiIii£T:=,. , .nmHm i is mmmwfS ' mMk -..yiJi mm ' -M f:- ir m ' x Prelude To The Sugar Bowl Mfii mmi i i V »f m. . «i X " M I ' e 30 Introduction ' P|ktri»ni»V ' ..-- ' ' -a yl .KU:: ' - ' . : « .« " V: ii! i Ji!A liiiil.W!Klli:W! ' JI- .IUP! ' ,- a» V:i ! 5-i-: ' ?|ffl ««.4 V ::« -r? ». i ' ? -. » p w ■ % " : - if %v • 2 17 j 1 Introduction 31 A-kjmmnn.- npw« M| ' ' ir -n,a! v »;-.-; ' fflsa» jKJtTa »■■. " 32 Introductions WFwms rw ' Trr » ' ■ " " V- ' JVl -}k]!i -k i lL 5J!WMiIJiJ , ' .xi! " -l-.WS ' .U l[ A. SPOR TS Sports 33 wsKavasSfct SlSJA .■ ' ■-•iiKv -i : ' » f ' tT S »icorgi;i killed its first hc:ii of the year by winning a seesaw battle over California The Dogs drew first blood when I cavitt kieked a 28 yard field goal California ' s All American quar terback then marched his team into the end one Robinson hit Hodge on a nine yard TD pass, and the Bulldogs were back on top 9 7 A 6 ) yard touchdown pass gave the Bears the lead again I ea vitt hit a 42 yard field goal, but Califor nia parried with another touchdown bon)b [he Bears scored three more points before " Ronnie and the Runts " silenced them With fioff engineering the comeback, Cu-orgia went 76 yards for seven points The Dogs then ex ploded for two more touchdowns and a field goal Second Half Comeback Crushes Calijornia M Sports Wy»d6ffMSSIfS0»Am :SaiSi iifssi»if»r«t ' VGR»Mo:J3i: mfiS!ihiadk. aa fr.. Hu ldo s iaily First Shutout Of Season l.»V " - : h .. i j te . ,-• Mi Wk i ..• -■ W ir S • • 1 .- S I ■ w- s» ' SHMfl i Mm Jtt sii feiL . W.V ' i .im. M v;n l l()U( lidown iiin by (ioll p.;ivc ( iompt;! ;i 7 IciuJ Ronnie and the Rnnis slopped ( lemson ' s drives, and when halfliine arrived the seore was still Rohinson and I eavitt added sub stantially to the Dogs " lead in the second halt Robinson hit Washington on an SS vaid bomb that broke the I igers ' back and made the score 27 Another pass I eavitt ' s l»A I was giuid A sophomore back field onsis(ing of running backs Monen and Mi lendon and qiiartei back rianagan inarihed down the field loi the fintl (Jeorpia toui hdown T7;f5 S?PT5!?i T " ff ' iW " i Georgia Victorious Over Gamecocks Two penalties against Georgia helped South Carolina score a TD on its first pos- session. Georgia, with Goff at the helm, matched the Gamecocks ' touchdown. A shouider-injurying tackle sidelined Goff in the second period and also gave South Carolina the ball at UGA ' s 20. The Game- cocks crossed the goal line and took the lead. Ronnie Swoopes, returning after a knee injury that kept him from the first two games, recovered a fumble at the SC 43. The Dogs drove from the 43 to the one, where McLee plunged over for the score! The TD gave Georgia a 20- 1 2 victory. ' w% )4 r K- . k F ••- t , fV aP ' J. ' ' la HHEr -, L jil -Mbsr " ' ' " " ' - - ■ ■m S% ' • ' it jf V ' . m f •saafcj.-j , r.itriK ::n« a» i, ' aaMM«z: , ■«■ JS-V.WSV ■ « ■ ui tt : ! r ' «««:t ' 7 ' -« 1 Bulldog Spirit Blanks Bama The Bulldogs won the number four spot in the nation by killing their second bear of the year. The shutout was the first one Bear Bryant and Alabama had suffered since 1970. Late in the first half, Georgia, under Matt Robinson ' s direction, scored its first of three touchdowns. Robinson echoed the anxiety of everyone in the stadi- um when, on the play previous to the score, he lined up behind " Cowboy " Parish, a guard. Midway through the third quarter, McLee, Pollard, and Williams took han- doffs from Goff, and the Bulldogs went 61 yards for another seven points. After Brad Cescutti recovered a Tide fumble, Robin- son piloted Georgia to its third touchdown. Sports 37 mof .:u«w ' «. vn . vTK • -v.-aL.-rw ¥.» " V ' ' mw mm ' it m . Ole Miss Destroys Dogs Perfect Year IJooley s Dogs Ihoiighl liny iiiiglil c-. apc the Oxford |inx alli ' i (ioll r.iii 70 yards tor a ID and llicn loiiiid (ii-iit ' Washniglon on a S yard loiii. Iidi)wn pass in the liist quailcr Hul a lunibk hy K.iy ticld Wdlianis allowed llu- Rebels lo make iheir total II points When Dills ' puni hoiinied haikward Ole Miss saw an»)thei t liaiiee to seoie I wo plays, a U) yard pass and a I ' A I , gave the ( onlederate Hag w.iv goal slietehed liie lead lo 1 14. A lield goal by I eavill narrowed the score lo M I bul llie Dogs lan out ol Inne. 1 - k, 5? 58 Sports t ' i:X7i: .l ..5 ?5: -- ' -j jHM2cMai»aRs: . I lu ' Ito s ' llind shiitoiil t t the si ' as« n was a 4S |n)iii| bill on Vaiidcibill On lis sriomi |x ssc ' ssu ii, (icorgia M()ri,Hl I lie In si ol Ms si hiiululowiis (toll spiiiiud yaiils loi llif sLttiiul ID Salcly Maik Miklicll icUiincd a |)unl 7 ? yaids htsci up llic next six fHtints Willie MiUiuloii loaicd over lioin the two )usl beloie the lialllinie gnu Altei a Hat thud peiuMl, the IJulUiogs went uiuheeked and scored 24 points HullJogs Whitewash Vani y 45-0 S|X)rls 39 UGA Outscores Wildcats 31-7 f c :ii f Iff " -. « A rainy Saturday night in Lexington did not hamper the Dogs ' abilities. Recovering a Wildcat fumble at the Kentucky seven, gave Georgia seven points. The Wildcats countered with a touchdown, but Leavitt hit a field goal to give the Bulldogs a 10-7 halftime lead. A fumble set up by Bill Krug resulted in Georgia ' s second TD. Goff threw an 87 yard aerial to Washing- ton for the Junkyard Dogs ' third score. With Goff at the helm, the Bulldogs marched 64 yards in the final quarter, and the scoreboard showed Ga. 31 — Ken- tucky 7. 40 Sports Mffwtcsvaaa aMKsr m f - CKjpmg m mjvahiBU i ' Late TD Widens Dogs ' Lead To open the game, Cincinnati and Geor- gia swapped field goals. Then Craft recov- ered a fumble, and six plays later Goff romped for a touchdown. Jaunting 14 yards, Goff gave the Dogs a 17-3 edge. Early in the third quarter, Craft recovered another fumble at the Bearcat 14. Pollard banged for two, Goff slammed for five, and McLee sprinted seven for the TD. A Geor- gia fumble in the final period set up a Cincinnati touchdown, and after a 65 yard punt return, the Bearcats scored again. Griffith returned a pass interception to the Cincy 1 to enable Pollard to drive into the end zone once more. ' M ' M ' i i s ' Bulldogs Skin Gators In Last Half The goal posts in the (ialor Bowl were demolished, as was Florida ' s 27- 1 3 half- time lead. Goff, who was UPl ' s QB ol the week because of his play against the (ia- tors, scored Georgia ' s first ID. As the first quarter ended, the (iators matched the Dogs TD and added another Marching 82 yards in 14 plays, IKiA scored again, but a blocked PAT enabled the (iators to hold onto their lead. Two quick touchdowns by Florida made the Dogs ' hopes for victory bleak. As was typical of the Junkyard Dogs, Georgia stormed onto the field for the second half and scored. There were enough points to win 41-27. 42 Sports WPW WWW Sports 43 »mmmmm ! mmmmii il i illlilllMMIII|sg jgas . 8i « hr V rf r K L L 1 h y E »-i! 3 ii7ffi iJXK y r s 44 Sports I V- ' -f-ftdBftSMfHSHa KGL .•fstiyGK»«k.j mKsmsiSiA, ' . tat r. Bulldogs Win State Title A missed field goal by Lcavitt, and Johnny Henderson ' s blocking of a Tech field goal resulted in a scoreless first quar- ter. Goff scored from the three yard line to enable UGA to go into the dressing room with a seven point lead. Georgia received the second half kickoff and drove to the Tech 22 from where Leavitt gave the Dogs another three points. After recovering a poor pitch by Goff, the Yellow Jackets matched the field goal. Then with 6:53 left in the game, Tech scored a touchdown. The Bulldogs pounded down to the Jacket 29 where Goff fumbled. The situation looked good for the Ga. Tech spoilers, but on the next play Krug recovered a fumble. Seven plays later Leavitt kicked the game winning 33 yard field goal. Sports 45 mm ,„.i,.L.iiUi.Ui(J.. ■ - 4 ' ' a.layvki )-U !g Sugar Bowl Not Sweet For Dogs l) K lcy had to take his cap off (and re veal his shaven head) to the Pitt team and coaching staff He said that the F»anthers were the best team the Bulldogs had faced all year. The game backed up that state- ment A fourth down offside penalty by Geor- gia enabled Pittsburgh to continue its 80 yard drive to the Dogs ' end zone. After a pass interception, the Panthers scored on a 59 yard pass. Scanipering I I yards. Dor sett stretched Pitt ' s lead to 21 In the second half " Ronnie and the Runts " re gained ihcir composure and limited the Panthers lo six points The only problem was that Georgia managed just three points, and the Bulldogs went down 27-1 St f t 7 k. ' • ' . ' ■ s. 46 Sports mmmm. •K4 «r.S tf - «Kfc«Ui- JSt i VGA Falters In Bid For No. I Spot Sports 47 m m i i:; ! mi im i i: m B M The Bullpups season opened and closed with defeats by South Carolina and Geor- gia Tech, but the effort displayed in the games with Clemons, Auburn, and Florida resulted in a 3-2 record. Carolina won, 35- 0, because Georgia played freshmen and the Gamecocks played more experienced men. Coach Doc Ayers ' disciplined prac- tices led to the 21-17 win over Clemson. The 14-14 halftime tie with Auburn was broke n by the passing combination of QB Randy Cook and TE Ron Raynor. The Bullpups went on to win the game 36-21 . A pass to SE Reed Tillis from QB Randy Cook opened Georgia ' s offense in the GA. — Florida game. The arterial barrage con- tinued, and Georgia emerged victorious; the score was 24-3. Coach Ayers ' Dogs went into the dressing room at halftime holding a 7-6 edge over Georgia Tech. However, the Babyjackets overcame the deficit and caused Georgia to end the sea- son with a loss. 48 Sports ' i -vegaaift.-iiamwM MB i v , . m I Sports 49 -wwc aaBWNMiraTKSSawaJSSi ; - ' , - ' • : V? -i :?»SI?-tT » Z ' ' :? ? • ' m ' - wmm After finishing in the icllar Ilu- last two seasons, ( oach John Ciuth ric ' s scrappers hoped to improve I our of five starters returned to lead the Bulldogs in their quest for a re spcclable record I espite the fact that two lime All S C forward Jaiky r)orsey left the IKiA hard court, roach (juthrie managed to find a replacement fJregg Fwaldsen, a 6 5 senior, fit into duthrie ' s plans Backing up Fwaidsen was sophomore guard Walter " .Stinky " Haniels, who was selected to the All SIX fresh men first team I ucius I oster, a 6 10 center, received help from I avon Mercer. 50 Sporls ■m iBnpMffiff ' xzMgL . ar ' inm. i Si Sports 51 ;. 52 Sports r -T.AWfr «««ak. T ' ' tf : ' rr ' i. % ■ ix tsv3mt ' it ' iaum ' .:jK3« j::y eS ' , ' ri ■. t. ' 3«iai iA«ar; r. On November 26, Georgia faced state foe Georgia Tech f-vcn though the Dogs had the homecourt advantage, they lost to the YeHow Jackets. The Sugar Bowl Clas- sic on December 29 and 30, pitted Georgia against Indiana. Cincinnati, and South Carolina. The third of November marked the start of a bad period for the Dogs. In Lexington, Georgia dropped its first SEC game. Five more SEC foes — Vandy, Flor- ida, Auburn, Ole Miss, and LSU proved too much for the UGA roundballers. The TV cameras brought the best in the Geor- gia squad; the Bulldogs defeated Mississip- pi State in Athens. 1 Sports 53 m m mm ♦ " i .. sisis i ,iS§Mmg w mmmMmst mi l 54 Sporls The Tide invailcci Alluns, and the Bull dogs kcpl thciii a litllc longer than usual Charlie Dorscy hrl a 10 l H)t jumper wrth one hall second lell on (he eloek to send lire game irrto oveilirne When the Bull dogs ' press failed, Barna s victory was as- sured lating (iettrgia Tech, (iuthrre ' s men retuineil to wrmnng ways In the game with Tennessee, the Dogs stayed with the Vols until the score reached 71 IK Iherr lennessee ran up 14 strarght points Ihc 106 82 loss gave (ieorgia a 7 I I record . Li .__. h . ■. Spons 55 FJkW: : ' . 56 Sports ir Vi»HMSt3feM»i«£:aa£ .•m - yw nwBWiwsaiaR. jar 3 Dogs Have Dismal Second Half After the Tennessee game, Georgia pre- pared to play the second half of its SEC season. Only one of the Bulldogs ' SEC op- ponents yielded up a victory in the first portion of the Dogs ' season, and Guthrie ' s men hoped to fare better the second time around. On a weekend road trip, Georgia faced Florida in Gainesville, and two days later. Auburn in Auburn. Another tele- vised game from Athens paired the UGA roundballers with Ole Miss. The Tigers of LSU were the Dogs next foes. Georgia ' s last five competitors — Mississippi State, Alabama, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, and Kentucky — proved to be worthy adversar- i ■ M.mi fiS ' tmmm} V.l • «.«i™ Jill I. , l ' ■- Sports «.4adii!a r« ' ' . ii»£9u- t«s f4. % « r- ' j -: lir -jiK fix ssmmgeLMSSi . ?p I he lady Kiilldogs lugaii llicii season with a shadow hanging ovci each game I he shadow icsulled lioni tlic girls iiiabil II y lo iiiaiiilain early leads Despite four (eeii losses, the Cageretles retained their drive lo win Aeeording lo senior forward loy Kichinan, " You learn from losing thai w iiniing is not eveiylhing, yel losing causes you lo II y harder nexl lime " ( oiilribuling lo I he Dogs ' jjcrsistenee was the closeness of the team members, which was generated lo a degiee by ( oacli lleimerer ' s decision to reduce the squad lo ten players Juniors Donna Noonan, lane Park, and Tina Pi lee, leluimng lr»)!n last year ' s squad pro vide«l I he leadership and experience neces sary lor liie team lo maintain its goals Sports 59 twBmms m i ms!WiL.. i-fri ii ' ■ m wVn-,- ;- r™ ■■ nf ' rM Lady Bulldogs Break Streak ?9 ' 60 Sports 3. ' . ,.--„ 5« l3KWfi1BllBaB i».--ifc ««Safe«jtt. - fiS: 3l V U!«? tii,g» Vi LDO Three consecutive away games opened the season for Georgia. Returning home to the Coliseum, the Dogs faced Valdosta St., Albany St., and Georgia State. The follow- ing game with Fort Valley resulted in an- other loss and brought the team ' s record to 0-7. Little did the Cagerettes know their losses would double. Defeats at the hands of Shorter, Miss. St., Alabama, Mercer, Georgia State, Shorter, and Albany State, three previous victors, gave the Lady Bull- dogs a 01 4 mark. The shadow receded when Georgia revenged an earlier loss to Fort Valley. In the Dogs first win, Tina Price was high scorer with 28 points. Jane Park and DiAnn Stone added to the score with 24 and 14 points respectively. To close the season. Coach Heimerert ' s players par- ticipated in the Winthrop tournament and faced state foes West Georgia and North Georgia. Sports 61 ■ sMmm,s ' .. ; J!- P -y.. .• ' : ' :?s ie : :2f3 f 6:,; ' , jfe ' :i;ii 3. . 2s i ; i 62 Sports Sue ' s Spikes w;is an aggressive groiij) ( ii)()ivi(liials whose desite Id win was (itily exccccled by ihcir dcdieation lo ihe game anil to (oath Sue McDonaM I he leatii and lis ( a h had a rappoil wlii h is sel doni seen in any sporl I his gooil nlaiion ship wilh Sue. as she is known to the giils, was a I (inti ilmting fa( lor in the Hiilldogs ' admiiahle season Opening the season ear ly in the fall, the vollevl alleis playetl m the Alabama Invitational I en days latei.the girls competed with (ieorgia .Stale Then in the space o( two weeks they had four matches mr M t-.-aK Jfi-i. ' K-t : 4.i » .-,J««(. ' -3k , i.j.i_i-i_,iLi- I I iwwMiiiii ii I ill irriiTTrTTi - sMi .mmsiBauk. :jar - f» %i»sj,i . Bulldogs practice fundamentals j Rmms . In a tri-match held at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia beat both Valdosta College and Wesleyan. Three days before, the lady voUeyballe rs had captured fourth place in the Jacksonville University Invita- tional. Winning five straight matches was a difficult feat, but the girls accomplished it in their quest for a trophy. Sue ' s Spikers traveled to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, for the AIAW. They failed in their bid to go to the national tournament in Texas. 64 Sports WFWimrfTr ssw! ■T ' S 1Si ' «S?S 4»:4isy?! ' 3S»aaft .-fiT iTvs i Sports 65 ? ?5!ia 3 l ?t| ii : -i.-»,r. : i?■ ■ W m: m- ! -: ' .M:m ' , ' -:: ■ ' lij 66 Sports L a xM " ! - . imxa ' .4 t w« . s : . ' ».«j:A.r r i. . 4rf-; i £«d4SSisn«S!iSL:as£! • V JW S ' . :!9 -«iB»«iA«... ar : h .- New recruits added more depth to the Georgia Lacrosse team. They baciced up such notables as All- SEC goalie Dan Mooney and Jerry Wells and Danny Me- ter, both Ail-SEC lacrossers. The stickmen opened their season at home against VMI, and then, after two more games, played Notre Dame. Contests with Suwanne and Chattanooga allowed some new players to gain experience. Back-up goalie Todd Jar- rell played consistent, protective defense in replacing Dan Mooney. The Bulldogs played in the Lacrosse Tournament in New Orleans and did well. Coach Knise- ly ' s men fought against Georgia Tech in the last game of the year. Ga. Lacrossers Adept With Sticks The Georgia Dogpaddlers dropped their first meet to Alabama, but wins over Indi- an River J.C. and Wright State helped Coach Pete Scholie ' s men to recuperate. Losing to Florida hurt the Dogs, but beat- ing South Florida and winning the Eastern Kentucky Invitational gave the UGA swimmers additional confidence. Against South Florida, Rob Ramirez qualified for the NCAA championships with a time of 21.1 in the 50-yard freestyle. Georgia host- ed the SIC meet from February 10-12, and then from March 3-5, the SEC champion- ships were held at Stegeman Pool. i ' jxl. ' t: ' 68 Sports ti«Miar ' ; -.««u«M ' . -f ' W% ' k .s : „•», ' , «:rj:: »s " vi.E- ,.3yv tf{ ' ia -»i»i»Ms :aaiii MMM i ifsa Kmim m pimnB sst ssmaBL s smmm Aqua Dogs Set New Records ff ' x -. jS iiijjjrf - • 5ES3iS , ' ■- • ' -r. Sports 69 ,t ,- rM JW 70 Sports r« J ' UHM» .tt- ' l .i . I. v«£ i (3AgJISi:Sl31 4«R K ' - ' ■ " ' •i n - m Coach Joseph McEvoy ' s first year was one of acquaintance, as the women swim- mers tried to adjust to Coach McEvoy ' s ideas and methods. Kim Ruehie and Kim Wise adapted quickly. Ruchle and Wise were the team ' s strongest swimmers. Divers Lora Busino, Cathy Romberg, and Diane Perry consistently did well. Practic- ing from 6:30 — 7:30 in the morning and from 4-6 in the afternoon showed the wom- en ' s determination and enabled them to pl.Ki. ' well 111 ilic .SIC Suiinming C Ikiiii- pionships. Sports 71 nw.-iiwraw-ift -»«.«» iP ' srB Tfc ' ' . Mii -j;- ? !?ssffiw ?e3pes t ii .-i. ' -j ' AVjSv- y :M ' ' T ' ff Bulldogs Fare Well In SIGL Competition In a rebuilding year, the Bulldog gym- nasts attempted to maintain Coach Lee Cunningham ' s good record. Georgia ' s home-opener was a match with Jackfon- ville State which the Dogs won. When Georgia Tech came to Athens the home atmosphere of the Coliseum was not enough to help Georgia, and the Bulldogs were defeated. Facing LSU, a perenial power in gymnastics, the Citadel, Mem- phis State, and William and Mary, sparked the Dogs ' desire to do well in the SIGL Championship. i 1 1 L - ift iL • « ». : ' ». ¥ J fei . ' u 72 Sports :•»; « i " -. »!ti r» !»•-» gy waaaswiyKT r iii r « -v«iU Sl-! .aM. -my mtif. wmpii t»a.. gr .. Sports 73 ' «!WL ' niaEMs««r£ c5saKr2jG.i4 e«yB!l wm j m iimfmiir ' wSB BSK p 1 m ' i:i r Mrs. Andy Long ' s gymnasts ' first oppo- nent was Alabama, and the Georgia wom- en handled the Tide easily. The Lady Bull- dogs ' home opener resulted in a win over Tennessee. Defeating the University of South Carolina and Appalachain State gave Georgia a 4-0 record. Judi Jones, Su- san Froelich, Laine Taylor, and Maggie McGuinn led the Bulldog team in its win over Western Carolina. But UGA could not stop Florida from winning the tri-meet. Three meets in as many weeks prepared the Lady Bulldogs for the GAIAW cham- pionship. 1 74 Sports W 1 i ' v«j»Mss@wt9!a£:MK " smammm t Agu- jgr ' sn ' ( «• ;iS c : S 7;i: ' :a ?Vir? ' - .■: . :«» Coach George Reid ' s grapplers began their home season in the Coliseum against Middle Tennessee. Two days later, the Bulldogs faced Georgia Tech in Atlanta. Proving to be no match for Georgia, the Yellow Jackets fell 35-6. On their tour of Florida, the matmen were two and two. In a close contest with Alabama, the grapplers came out on the short end of a 21-19 tally. But against Clemson, Georgia wrestled superbly and won 53-2. In four weeks, the Dogs faced four SEC title con- tenders and then competed in the South- eastern Conference tournament. 76 Sports -K ' tmfw -tjmtn.ji.fW f.a : wman»4tif;gF im:s ' iie tSi!?cvPSsmiS: i .1C A .. ' fSii m L mi» ' : jmssi3M 4 : ' :m, Sports 77 Georgia Golfers Score Well v V . - ■ .■»- .•xAaar-rv i i ' w: - .:«r»mk -cff •: . i:oi %,. r«)£.i . - s%»4£s«j(9 $ is.;s ss ' mmm:sL m r jm eBSkiSi. jie: ' :in Coach Dick Copas and junior swinger Chip Beck led the Bulldog Linkers " south of the border " to Guadalajara, Mexico for the Bing Crosby Collegiate. The Dogs played sharp rounds of golf and did not leave Mexico embarrassed. Returning at the end of the first week of March, the Georgia team faced a busy schedule. The Palmetto Collegiate and the Furman Invi- tational provided the Bulldogs with chances to sharpen their golfing skills for the Ail-American Invitational which was held in Houston, Texas. The Dogs played in two more events before making an admi- rable showing in the SEC championships. H ' SLM-ifS ' Tm 80 Sports .-JK -.J Georgia ' s Lady Golfers discovered the truth of the old maxim " no rest for the weary " as they played their way through fall, winter, and spring. Beginning the sea- son with a trip to Bowling Green, Ken- tucky, during the first week of October, Liz Murphy ' s Lady Linkers brought home wins against Western Kentucky and Aus- tin Pcay State University. In the Lady Seminole tourney, Georgia faced 16 teams and finished seventh. Lii Sports 81 This year ' s clubswomen combined their best efforts at Beacon Woods Invitational and produced a score of 309, the finest in their golfing history at UGA. The two day total was low enough to give Georgia the first place position. In attaining the top spot, the lady Bulldogs beat South Florida and Rollins, two of the top ten teams in the nation During the spring months, the Lady Golfers were a travelling team. They played in the Lady Paladin tourney in South Carolina and the following week journeyed to Ohio to participate in the Buckeye Invitational. Georgia held its annual invi tational tournament from April 29 to May 1 Prepar ing to qualify for play in the national championship, the Lady Linkers crossed into Eas: Alabama and took on the field at the Auburn Invitational r-. ' VL.m LtPVt t ' .. ' a «ii5;«. .-«!!l ' W " -- ,T :! i jm rK p issmga jimi v ci -atf ssisaiFSiEB Sports 83 m : ' ?»:»jg ..T 7 ' jpsg y jfr ' ■.•■-iri :■ !■?.■ tt " ■ ' . " : 84 Sports : ' : v «« K»®» i««sji3a ' s« Dogs Play For Large Crowds In preparing for the Ninth Annual Southern Intercollegiate Invitational Championship, the Bulldog Tennis Team practiced dilligently. The tournament, which is held each year at Henry S. Field Tennis Stadium on the University of Geor- gia campus, drew top players from across the nation and around the world. Rag- nathan who hails from India competed for Georgia in the tournament. He was joined by Charlie Ellis. Wesley Cash, Ricky Diaz, and Tom Von Dohlen. Coach Dan Magill supervised his men ' s play, but despite his coaching, Georgia failed to win either the singles or doubles competition. The Dog Netters set out in the spring to prove that their fifth place finish in the SEC last year was due to injuries and not a lack of abili- ty. Georgia ' s racketsmen and their winning season demonstrated that the Bulldogs were still a power in NCAA tennis. Sports 85 " " m m. bmilf -1 ; - - ' -.i ' : r. ' ' VM! . ?. • V- V- ' 7c» y ivA- pi avers return to lead With the men ' s varsity tennis team, physical education classes, and intramural teams competing for space to practice. Coach Kuykcndoll struggled to find empty courts for her girls to use for practice. De- spite the obstacle of crowded courts, UGA ' s girls succeeded in practicing every afternoon until the day ' s light faded. Lu Fendig, Tina Price, Susan Jackson, and Debbie Snelling returned to lead the Lady Netlers to a profitable sea.son. The Racket Set began working out early in the fall. After playing a number of matches, the team entered the slack winter period. Even though the day ' s light decreased more rapidly, the Swingers continued to train. Yellow fluorescent tennis balls helped the girls in their late practices, for UGA ' s competition courts were not light- ed. V- » 86 Sports ::T alSiaelBm FiAJ»is:9!m? «x « r uMJs««wi3b»?TaBwiawjf4ft ifj - t ixms j ' ' «•« ' . • « ' i V " .---S, l%Cv :5f « V t .:- Sports 87 .-j ' S — i Bi ' .f» w. wf»j«.-.K » m. »F l . ' k mi .. iimi « mmammm . x ' T f ios i immMSi v. ' t ? s3 s»f jM :,. Swingers Play Full Schedule Sports 89 ...f - i J» r : : iR l ' L? ' f oV-; . ' ■ i! ' • ■ ' - ' ' : Bulldogs rebuild When the Bulldogs took the field for the homeopener, the fans saw a new team. Coach Roy Umstaltd lost eight men from the 1976 squad, four of which were pitch- ers. The person whose absence was most noticeable was All-SEC ccntcrfieldcr Larry Littleton. Even though Coach Um- stattd lost eight of his experienced batsmen and fielders, he offset the loss by incorpo- rating 14 new players. Nine of the 14 rook- ies at Georgia were not really rookies since they had had playing experience at junior college. ■0 rpir ' - ' ' TA 90 Spans umM 3im3a:smmm£ms3 s» m .:r i Kif Sports 91 3 !?x? g ? H]SE5siaLa q|Bf F77?5P !P? ? ' ' I PPPWPIip Georgia Nine Hustles w 4 II,- 92 Sports C J9 f giJl Mi A p!:s Despite the influx of junior college transfers, the Bulldog veterans returned to their positions. Chuck Fore, Chris DiLor- enzo, David Geyer, Randy Gilbert, and John McDermond went to the mound for the Dogs. Backing the pitchers up in the infield were experienced players Bubba Kizer and Stu Rapella. Doug Denman and -loe Monroe aided the team by returning to the outfield. This year ' s team, thanks to its nucleus of returning players and seasoned transfer members, did well in the SEC ' s Eastern Division. Sports 93 ' ;?: isii: ?%Bimm ' SBmBEmmia ■ mm -t ' isz Young tracksters enthusiastic Co-captains James Barrineau and Rich- ard Kremer were the only two seniors on the indoor track squad, but both had the qualifications to lead the team. Barrineau was the champion high jumper at the 1 976 SEC trials, and he went to the Olympics. Kremer, who holds the school record for the 600 yard run, shared his experience with the younger distance runners. The Bulldogs opened their indoor season against Tennessee, the winners of last year ' s SEC outdoor championship. One month, ten days, and six meets later, Geor- gia competed in the SEC indoor champion- ship. By the time the outdoor championship rolled around. Coach Gainey ' s freshmen had gained some necessary experience, and the rest of the tracksters were in good form. The Dogs placed well in the stand- ings. !iM ir-.4 i ' - ' x %r ' .1. ' ?V«iSS54SS .; 5 ' ' .i v- 1 ' ij .: -5?a»;: ' Sf? ' isasWia»« 4% ,4? .ti! ' -!» sr p«r ' arr- Coach David Greyson and captain Kent Kirbow of the Georgia rifle team led the squad to a 14 and 7 record fall quarter. After four straight losses, the Bulldog shooters won four matches. Then losses to Georgia State and F.l.T. were offset by ten consecutive victories. A 2153-2047 loss to Auburn closed out the fall season. Winter quarter began for the markpersons with a match at North Georgia. The UGA rifle team ' s tour of Florida proved successful and prepared them for the NRA Tournament held in Athens. On March 5 and 6, the SCRA Conference Finals were held at Fort Benning, Georgia, and the Dogs shot with admirable proficiency. % Sports Georgia Shoots Well Under Pressure .. -Jlll BlimSS,: ' ft7 ?? S = ' .. " " ' ' ' " ' . ' .vr . -...v. -: : •i. " ' . ' -. •. ;-,.•: s»iWuflBfca5» ? Organizations 97 Mjm ' Mi,s si;sm?Hms ' P9 tT- ' .. ' ■■ ••• ' " v-A eS i?:?:2 - - ' :v ' .a . ' " 98 Organizations iri ' v_ " Bill Mills, Pres., Arch Smith, V.P., Nancy Stone, Sec, Alex Booth, Trea., Lee Armstrong, Reuben Beverly, Sam Bowen, Hurdis Broach, David Byrd, Carroll T. Cannon, Jim Carter, Kim Cook, David Diamond, Danniela Ennulat, Sam Fish, Mary Foster, David Friendly, Kathy Gill, Cindy Harris, Brad Howell, Dale Hulsey, Charles Hunt, Marshall Jacobson, Lisa Kaufman, Ned Keeler, Joe Kirkland, DeVeda Knight, Philip Kosak, Gerard Krewer, Steve Lee, Tom Lester, Tony Marshall, Mose Mock, Bill Moos, Janie Pugh, Bo Ryles, David Saleeby, Becky Saunders, Karen Sears, Terry Seehorn, Melvin DeShazior, Cheryl Smith, Bonnie Stephens, I Julie Thomas, Wayne Turner, Chuck Walls, Chuck Wood, Richard Waller, Ann Wesson, Timothy Young. Mr. Tom Frazier, Advisor. W J ' tSy r- ' ijj.; .r-v- %.-: ; v ..»:r aSiKSiflB (5« .v:r?5 i2ir5l iX- Randy Nuckolls, Pres., Mark Dekish, V.P., Mike Daniel, Sec, Mike McGuire, Trea. Reuben Beverly, Carroll Cannon, David Friedley, Leonard Fussell, Harry Lee Kimp, David Laughridge, Peter Martin, James Nodd, David Pugh, Walter Schemmel, Arch Smith 1=53 IP I mil S t«»S. ' M ' « ..al A. . Organizations 99 a 3-. .; ' ' :5a M ; S i » c ' . ilttctirr ' : ■■.■■■ ' v . . ■ TS i a I. ■■m Angel Flight: Susan Nails, Commander, Peggy Lewis, Ex. Ofc. Maggie Garrett, Sec, Laura Aycock, Opr. Ofc, Alicia Specht, Comptroller, Virginia Adams, Rene Berry, Donna Burchfield, Judy Hughes, Linda Laack, Del Martin, Linda Maertzweiller, Susan Nesmith, Kathy O ' Shields, Julie Rice, Mary Sears, Mary Jane Stipick, Deborah Wager, Carla Wooten, Anita Wright, Melanie Elton. m kS I n ii ' tJ " ' lyitiir Sallie Humphries, Pres., Terry Atkinson, V.P., Amy Griffith, Sec, Vivian Van Home, Historian Trea., Chris Guide, Editor. ■Smt. 100 Organizations m£F Frm r..: ' r :- .r-v- - ri- ( f . iSStfiffi i.aa J i:- ' : •i -» ' -X ' iMr0f? ' 4k jJl mtmm IS) H VII.I. IJKItKI ' l)i;,SK ' TKI) IV ■two UASKKTIWUI. IWMES. ■to lit- HELD THIJII UVUCH ■31 Y X) (:i., l!|(K CKNTIMI. ■ ' " ' M, Ai)Missin i-i;i»: i ■ ■. " liKKEKKNCK 1 ' I.KASK ■(ilVK TO jinfdsfiiH9«Ei efifciil ;.onHK iT i ?iii HfS hxoo ibOO iicx :r5TER| ERL! •? s- ::. % ' Alpha Phi Omega Since 1925, Alpha Phi Omega has been the persistent service ori- ented organization on college campuses. It is unique in being a true fraternity in fellowship, but one including members of all races, colors, religions, political preferences, and national origins. It is the world ' s largest fraternity with active chapters operating to- day on more than 400 campuses. Nearly 1 40,000 men have partici- pated in the first 50 years of ser- vice. Events and projects of Alpha Phi Omega at Georgia include: A Homecoming carwash, ushering and assisting at the swine flu vac- cination project, sponsoring the Beauty and the Beast fund raising contest, and ushering at late regis- tration. ill 8 Grant Raeside, Pres., Beck Beckwith, V.P., Jeff Nylander, Sec, Kevin Callahan, Trea., Aubrey Fletcher, Historian, Jaru Ash, Shawn Callahan, Cal Callaway, Ken Chaffin, Larry Echols, Mark Edwards, Raymond Espinosa, Ted Fyock, Chris Carner, Jim Garner, Chuck Graham, Mark Green, Keevin Griffin, Ed Grisamore, Gord Hamilton, Jim Hamilton, Tom Hamilton, Tim Jeffrey, Grady Jenkins, Cam Padgett, Russell Ray, Jack Sanders, Jeff Sherrill, Jim Smith, Will Smithwick, James Segars, Phil Upchurch, Rick Waites, Scott Wilson, Jim Winham. Advisors: Chr. Ted Hammock, Dr. Robert Crout, Dean Charles Stewart. Sweetheart, Debi Snelling. Little Sisters: Mary Bullis, Gretchen York. Organizations 101 im ,h •;7-;v - , ' .: ,; ? im f mkr v.-:. r. -. ? a (SM M . Weber, Capt., U.S. Air Force, David Bruce, Commander, Mike Alday, Ex. Ofc, Tommy Crisler, Opr. Ofc, Richie Smith, Adm. )fc., Mike Price, Inf. Ofc, Jim Brown, Comptroller, Mark Turner, Angel Flight Liason Ofc. Tom Dean, Steve DeLoach, Debbie )eming, Jacqueline Great, Roger Hunter, Kim Hurd, Catherine Lipscomb, Ron Majors, Wayne Markman, Joy Maxey, Stan iMcElroy, Bobby Pearson, Ray Santiago, Gary Stinchcomb, Idus Stinson, David Swafford, Perry Tillman, Siegfried Von Schweinitz, Jary Weltering, Paul Wright tS3 IXlW BB V ji ' ii. ' ' W • r-. ■• - J w m W ' ' in Laa i ' if 1 ? m 3. 102 Organizations I 7Wm :7: r? . •i.-:Y ' :» fi t £? 3B[ jr ' . ;;. r?5 ia W w Larry Calhoun, Pres., Charles Ross, V.P., Wenda Goodman, Sec, Irene Anderson, Greg Andrews, Zeola Barlow, Al Berry, Patricia Browning, Carol Bryant, Pat Cann, Gerald Durden, Terri Earl, Jerome Harkness, Charlotte King, Karen Myrick, Beverly Norman, Micah Penn, Steve Reynolds, Lola Scott, Kirk Thompson, Faye Walton, Patti White. bo hi ' .V i Summer-Fall Term; Carroll T. Cannon, Pres., David Saleeby, Vice Pres., Brenda Pullin, Sec, Most Mock, Trea., Lewis McMullan, Sgt. at Arms, Jerome Jaggers, Reporter, Suzanne Miller, Chaplain. Winter-Spring Term: Lewis McMullan, Pres., Joe Keith, Vice Pres., Suzanne Miller, Sec, Paul Wall, Trea., Bob Rzepkowski, Sgt. at Arms, Mary Foster, Reporter, Cuy Harrell, Chaplain. Randi Abel, Barry Abis, Vince Alderman, Susan Amos, Renee Anderson, Ken Angel, Lincoln Arnold, Jane Barber, Reid Barnes, George Barrett, Mary Kay Bass, Duren Bell, Pepper Bernhardt, Pam Brown, Patty Brunton, Ray Burden, Caria Cacciatore, Cathie Caputi, David Conoly, Judy Conoly, Kim Cook, Jim Crawford, Kathy Denig, Bonnie Elliott, Barbara Ewing, Steve Fisch, John Goodson, Chris Hoppe, Alan Howard, Marilyne Hubert, Susan Hudkins, Cheryl Jennings, Kim Johnson, Henry Jones, Sue Jones, Lou Ann Kendrick, Sally Kroehnke, Lori Kumin, Wesley Lott, Cheryl Ludeker, Eve McLendon, Allison McNally, Ali Makowski, Don Ray Newton, Michael Noles, Pam Nunley, Ron Parga, Rita Patton, John Pope, Randy Preston, David Pugh, Ricky Quarles, Carl Robertson, Les Sales, Judy Schiff, Shelley Silberman, Richard Snyder, Katie Summers, Brian Tankersley, Lynette Thibodeaux, .Grace Vance, John Wadley, Keith Wages, Marianne Waindle, Beth Whatley, Lisa Whiddon, Kathe Wittig, Chuck Wood bo fti Organizations 103 ■ ?. , -iS12 » L 5J lW . -; . « ■■ 5 i : m fiS: m f -A ♦:.■.. : - " a T :fs f » « r- ' f ■ i m Mark W. Forsling, Pres., John W. Lucht, V. Pres., Mark A. DeKich, Sec. Trea. Phillip Baker, Richard Bethea, Jr., Alexander Booth, Kelly Browning, James Butler, Jr., Ben Cheek, Michael Daniel, David Day, James Dodd, Carl Duyck, Leonard Fussell, Peter Garvey, W. Glynn Griffin, James Hopkins, David Jensen, Larry Johnson, Stanley Jones, Jr., Ted Kassihger, John Knowlton, Jr., Richard Kremer, Ray McKemie, Michael Maguire, Peter Martin, William Mills, J. Tom Morgan, III, Randy Nuckolls, Terry Parker, Albert Pollard, Jr., Domini Re, John Smiley, Gordon Smith, Sherrod Taylor, Charles Vaughn, Carl Westmoreland, Jere White, Jr., Nancy Williams Ray Melick, Pres., Kathy Ray, Sec. Steve Cowart, Barbara Ellard, Brenda Gilbert, Joe Grizzle, John Harrison, Terri Hubbard, Linda Lyies, Rich Payne, Peggy Ray, Andrea Smith, V.C. Smith, Janie Weldon 104 Organizations ;i»i«ia» f« Communiversity The University of Georgia ' s Communiversity Program is two hundred eighty-seven " People Helping People. " Composed of, and organized by, University stu- dents, Communiversity places stu- dent volunteers under one of three programs which are designed to serve the Athens Community. Under the Big Brother Big Sis- ter Program, students work in close contact with Athens Area children in an attempt to help them more easily cope with the problems they face. The Tutoring Program provides tutors to underachieving students that wish to improve their school performance. The Outreach Service allows those volunteers, who wish, to serve the community in some oth- er way. In this project, people of all ages are aided. - ' . j-Vfi. TctnH COMMUNIVERSITY COORDINATORS: Mike Betz — Big Brother-Big Sister, David Botsford — Public Relations, Vim Capps — Special Events, David Chastain — Outreach, Walter Durden — Colorado Extension, Becky Gibson — Staff Advisor, Peggy Joseph — Big Brother-Big Sister, John Leeb — Tutoring, Steve Lidenberg — Training Advisor, Anne Manuel — Tutoring, Terry Mock — Organizational Coordinator, Jeff Raines — Program Coordinator, Maureen Toal — Big Brother-Big Sister. Organizations 105 i ! k i f£.M mz m 1 Terri Atkinson, Pres., Roxanne Kirk, V, Pres., Sharon Harrell, Sec. Darlene Brewster, Trea. Judy Abraham, Amelia Alison, Vivian Arenas, Rhonda Bender, Kathy Bethel, Melanie Brum, Cindy Butlter, Linda Carter, Kathy Clark, Teresa Chauncey, Kerri Dillard, Debbie Dixon, Hope Dlugozima, Teena Dyess, Nancy Erickson, Elizabeth Pent, Brenda Gray, Gloria Gunter, Cheryl Highsmith, Jan Hulsey, Margie Jackson, Gail Jennings, Melanie Johnson, Peggy Johnson, Lori Kumin, Libby Lassiter, Athena Lingerfelser, Nancy Lyle, Helen Madill, Carolyn Mahaney, Martha Marbeck, Meredith McFarlen, Grace Meuller, Ginnie Munnell, Chris Mullen, Dawn Nixon, JoAnn Noblett, Carolyn Owen, Debbie Peeler, Rita Pennington, Kathy Poulos, Lillian Reid, Pat Rhyed, Marie Robertson, Nina Rountree, Mimi Saad, Nina Sanders, Jeralyn Scott, Sylvia Schmitt, Lari Schmitter, Donna Tays, Darcell Thaxton, Brenda Thomas, May Thompson, Susan Visocki, Amanda Williams, Annette Zabroski. t 1 I : O l . ! € r V vl l Timothy P. Ready, Pres., Kenneth G. Dobson, V.P., Cynthia L. Kemp, Sec. Trea., Richard L. Shackelford, Adv. Kenneth G. Dobson, Deborah L. Gathany, Timothy A. Gathany, Walter S. Hendershot, James M. Jordan, 111, Cynthia L. Kemp, Sandra D. Kemp, Cameron H. Linton, Timothy P. Ready. 106 Organizations Z ' SA ■vr ,-. •■ ' ' ' : ' f :- tJ iSW -V ' : ' ■ i:,-jmrs y9u msf ' -j i .nO V , X » i. L C 3 O 3 iGilbert Head, Pres., Al Hodge, V. Pres., Linda Gilbert, Sec, Holly Wiedeman, Historian. William Ball, David Barrett, Cheryl IBowden, Philip Cox, Cathie Doane, David Hancock, Andrew Harris, Emily Hightower, Dawn Hiller, Martha Hollowell, Brand JHunt, Stan Jones, Andrew Krantz, Jack Kingston, Gernie Langley, Jeff Lanier, Charles McDonald, Lawrence Mink, David iMoreland, David Motes, John Nix, Edward Parker, Dale Perry, Robert Rohr, John Sheftall, Bill Wood hi P o Sharon Sullivan, Pres., Beth Andrews, V.P. Sec., Swann Seller, Trea. Nancy Snell, Budget Chmn. Robin Allbough, Stacy Vnderson, Cindy Andrews, Janice Barto, Rene Berry, Kathi Soothe, Dottie Burch, Lori Burrell, Sheila Buschman, Cindi Carte, Bethe Chandler, Vicki Cordell, Julia Davis, Lynn Douglas, Joanne Fusco, Sherrie Gibney, Peggy Gibson, Mary Ellen Green, Kim Iross, Peggy Johnson, Sue Johnson, Joy Jones, Lillian Kirbo, Tara LaCavera, Faye Lind, Phyllis McGuire, Ruth Mitchell, Patty lueller, Ro Robozzi, Helen Rhett, Lani Smith, Maureen Toal, Rochelle Triplett, Margie Turner, Nonie Turrentine, Sara Viele, Lindi West. Organizations 107 w msi m m sm ■ m k m mzi: r- ' J Mary Lou McCormick, Pres., Mary Bullis, Isl V.P., Grelchen York, 2nd V.P., Kim Daniell, Sec, Kay Hamm, Trca. Courtney Abernathy, Cindy Barlow, Mimi Bridges, Lorrie Brown, Giiligan Capece, Dorothy Cosby, Nancy Crosby, Myra Culpepper, Teresa Dortch, Debbie Gohr, Lisa Herren, Pam Hill, Cindy Jones, Lise Kaufman, Ruth Lawson, Kathy McMichacl, Reece Padgett, Candy Quillian, Nancy Smith, Dawn Stallings, Diana Stone, Nancy Taylor, Penny Taylor, Diane Tolbert, Judy Underwood, Teresa William.: Vathv Wnod NorAnn Wood. Sherri Wood -m» 41 r t f . ' - ' u .f f 108 Organization V;vTJ: »W.4-,v41ii!- ;rs. " . ' - v: :i ( •: :%sS wJa2«itt - ■:..• " ;• T i-xwr ' i : fe. ' v,2 •V I Carl Wcslmorcland, Pres. Michael W. Freeman, Barry P. Harris, Kevin L. Knox, E. Lawton Walker. m f 1 Carl Westmoreland, Pres., J. Walsh, Sec. Jim Butler, Ben Cheek, Mike Cranford, Mark Dekich, James Dodd, Mark Forsling, Ned Fowler, Gary Freeman, Frank Guess, Howell Haunson, Jim Hopkins, Dave Jensen, Ted Kassinger, Doug Kidd, Kevin Knox, Will Legg, Mike Maguire, Bill Mills, Randy Nuckolls, Gordon Smith, Sherrod Taylor, Charles Vaughn, Lawton Walker, Jere White,] Beau Wilson. 1 Organizations 109 «»iv«5 a8a5ftt wii-isT»csag¥» 2 ft:.a: IfeSTP ymrn mrri r m HOT IMPRESSIONS Impressions is the University of Georgia ' s general interest magazine. It combines the talent of student au- thors, photographers, and artists to provide a creative view of life. wC ifH l J : | lii alii Kl .( IQYAL 110 [fc ' ii??- ' ? s ' ...,, y,:; 7 :?v-v. : ;._. ' ' r; . ■■■.--■-.%: ' : { ' ■f.Amf ■rwr T?-.. ••;• • s fttxi 1 I i. i A, m .::s m j. -? r7 TTS " m ' ' - ' al Vi V • « I • « ' » Rick Jordon, Pres., Bob Schoonover, V.P., Pub. Rel., Paul Viliesis, V.P., Program, Margaret Clary, V.P. Finance, Mary Sharp, Sec. Laura Aycock, Fred Akers, Chris Barksdale, Julius Bennett, Jr., David Benton, Carol Black, Bobby Brown, Suzi Buford, Julie Cardell, Minette Caron, Stan Carter, Ray Cathlett, Jesse Coburn, Martin Conner, John Cook, Edward Cooper, Dennis Crawford, Jan Cress, Ashley Dean, Ray Dunn, Mark Ford, Mike Gallman, Beth Galloway, Michael Garcia, James Gardner, Toby Garrett, Laura Garrison, Gary Giannoni, Bonnie J. Gribble, Meg Hancock, Robert Hancock, Steve Harben, Carol Hardy, Margaret Harvey, Geoffrey Hendricks, Michael Hodges, Glenn Hollengsworth, Paul Hollis, Robert Hope, Laura Hopkins, Rem Houser, Vicki Hughes, Harold Kee, Steve Ken.t, Gary Kirk, Randolf Kirk, William Laube, Don Law, David Lawrence, Susan Lee, Janet Levison, Charles Lewis, Theresa Lewis, Cathy Light, Cameron Linton, Hope Lowery, Karen Lyons, Deborah McCluskey, Bill McDonald, Denise McElveen, Andy MacFarland, Douglas McGinnis, Thomas Machia, Anne Mayberry, Pat McGuire, Tony Mills, Connie Morder, Cecil Morris, Beth Neel, Jane Neese, Deana Otting, David Owens, Bob Patrick, Kitty Rankin, Timothy Ready, Marvin Renfroe, Mike Saunders, George Sicay, Cary Silvers, Andrea Stephanides, Rhonda Stephens, William Teagle, Cathy Thompson, Margaret Towson, Angeli Waldon, Rebecca Waldrep, Paul Watson, Karen Weingarther, Lee West, Bruce Williams, Jinx Wilson, Robert Wilson, Bernard Wind, Susan R. Wolff, Dianne Wooten, Cathy Wilson. A 5 A St 5i Gretchen York, Pres., Ellen Patrick, V. Pres., Gail Lawrence, Sec, Domini Re, Historian. David Barrett, Margaret Bauer, Connie Boyles, Maril ynn Brame, Ann Chandler, Nancy Clark, Ina Cook, David Day, Florence Gardner, Kathy Gill, Marie LeCroy, Mary Miltner, Lucia Nasuti, Terry Parker, Brenda Pullin, Jill Ritch, Carol Robbins, Elizabeth Ross, Carolyn Seymore, Christina Simmons, Nancy Williams, Vicki Williford, 112 Organizati9ns £ ;r r. .:- : ' - : a V l« - ; 5 jtfjtJiii ■ ' X Lm.MiM i ' - ' • i MV o Andy Anderson, David Barrett, Alex Booth, Connie Boyles, Ann Chandler, Kerry Clem, David Day, Thomas Draffin, Mark Forsling, Kathy Gill, Barry Harris, David Jensen, David Kraebber, Leigh Langston, Gail Lawrence, Faye Lind, John W. Lucht, J. Tom Morgan, Ken Murphy, Randy Nuckolls, Terry Parker, Ellen Patrick, Curtis Porterfield, Bill Powell, Ricky Rice, Jill Ritch, Elizabeth Ross, Robert Sinyard, John Smiley, Sherrod Taylor, Conway Tucker, Charles Vaughn, Betty Ann Whelchel, Nancy Williams, Gretchen York, Joe Young. ' ;■ I .- WRONG WAY Tt - " : iil Organizations 113 " .■■ ■v- . ip :f .:.: -v; ' i k l m j ' Mi, . - i: ' J ' PANDORA Editor Gail Lawrence Managing Editor Del Martin Business Manager Phyllis Wellington Greeks Editor Domini Re Organizations Editor Rusty Slider Sports Editor John Knight Classes Co-Editors Nancy Nails Cindy Buttrill Photographers Brad Cherson Gary Barr Frank Childers Patti Lewis Larry Lott Bob Nichols David Tulis Editorial Assistants Susan Brown Debbie Dendy Debbie Endress Joanne Eubanks Tricia Golden Lani Levine Jacques Pye Maureen O ' Sullivan » « « ■- -V tV fiMSlllx-S !: ' •vr .:.v. .-. .ij i , :; : S jV aB lVt fl l. F:? ' V; Ji P :f : t; k ; A-t - 1 1 r V ! Carol Willis, Pres., Debbie Schmidt, 1st V.P., Lori Williams, 2nd V.P., Carol Erwin, Rec. Sec, Karen Lyons, Corr. Sec, Pam Speer, Trea. Doris Abernathy, Cindy Ackre, Carol Sue Alexander, April Allen, Sandra Andrews, Sherry Arrendale, Pat Berry, Sandra Bonert, Bobbie Jean Brookins, Rhonda Buckley, Mary Bullis, Julie Cardell, Patty Carson, Rosamonde Carter, Toni Chamblee, Margaret Clary, Rehnee Collins, Jan Crocker, Barbara Daub, Gloria Dillard, Lynn Douglas, Carol Fackler, Cindy Farrar, Mary Lillie Foster, Susan Fowler, Carol Gardner, Maggie Garrett, Laura Garrison, Linda Gaudier, Lynell Gaudier, Lela Griffin, Susan Grimsley, Brenda Guest, Mary Gwin, Kay Hamm, Connie Haynes, Jan Higginbotham, RaeAnn Hodges, Vicki Hughes, " Buff Ippel, Nancy Joiner, Debi Jones, Laurie Josey, Jim Kelly, Carolyn Kendrick, Mary Grothjahn, Mary Krick, Bob Lamb, Jill Levy, Cathy Light, Susan Little, Connie Luke, Cynthia Lynch, Carolyn Jo Mahaney, Vickie Mallory, Peggy McCormick, June McLain, Marlene Michel, Marilyn Miller, Mary Neely, Leslie Newkirk, Joan Oelschig, Cindy Posa, Linda Powell, Lynne Rein, Sherryl Robinson, Carol Royals, Barbara Schmidt, Marian Schoenberg, Jan Schoonover, Patty Shine, Christina Simmons, Rhonda Smay, Mindy Smith, Jea nette Sowers, Sherry Spicer, Barbara Thomason, Edye Thompson, Sally Todd, Sue Tolbert, Margaret Ann Towson, Martee Trammell, Beverly Truesdale, Patty Umble, Melissa Varner, Becky Waldrup, Leslie Witt. Tina Weatherford, Pres. Jan Avritt, Paula Billas, Carol Black, Holly Bowers, Lisa Brookbank, Debrah Bussert, Anne Byrn, Nancy Clark, Amy Cofer, Allison Davis, Lynn Ellis, Kathy Goebel, Carol Hardy, Sue Highsmith, Beth Holland, Marilyne Hubert, Sue Johnston, Sylvia Johnston, Cindy Kimsey, DeVeda Knight, Marie LeCroy, Kathy Lewis, Cindi Lovett, Mary Meadows, Gay Holliday, Kathy Mays, Naomi Matzek, Paula Murphy, Lisa Nichols, Beth Oliver, Debbie Perlman, Mary Rainey, Anne Linmar, Becky Saunders, Karen Sears, Cecelia Seaton, Bonnie Stephens, Karen Suever, Penny Swords, Joan Walker, Mary Beth Wells, Lynn Williams, Sandra White 116 Organizations ,irs,;.,v, .r, Sr:;i, .:« : ' iS?:i !« ' : " 4 --Jk- S. Morris, Pres., J. Barber, V.P,, B. Rzopkowski, Sec. Trea., M. Foster, Historian, S. Amos, G. Astin, R. Atheny, T. Averitt, B. Avra, C. Ballare, L. Barton, M. Behringer, E. Bentley, A. Benton, P. Bernhardt, G. Biederman, L. Borden, J. Bowen, S. Bradley, M. Brooks, P. Brown, P. Brunton, G. Bulger, C. Burnley, S. Butterworth, C. Cacciatore, T. Cannon, D. Cason, S. Caster, D. Cely, K. Collins, S. Collins, D. Connor, J. Conoly, R. Cowart, M. Crossley, R. Dilts, E. Dingivan, B.J. Disney, A. Donnelly, G. Donner, E. Fenton, G. Foldcn, P. Francois, R. Garison, D. Glander, J. Glass, H. Goble, M. Graber, A. Green, P. Hana, D. Hancock, R. Hanson, N. Harbey, J. Harby, M. Hart, J. Hawthorne, C. Hecht, M. Heinen, L. Hendrix, R. Henshaw, A. Holsinger, C. Hoppe, B. Ivey, J. Jacobson, J. Jarrell, S. Jones, S. Jordan, R. Kersh, D. Kinnard, C. Koeble, R. Kunz, S. Leach, T. Maxwell, J. McAnulty, S. McCaslin, J. McDonald, A. McNally, V. McWilliams, M. Moon, K. Nixon, T. Nunn, S. O ' Brien, S. Orkand, M. Parker, R. Parker, D. Pasternack, J. Pawls, D. Petty, M. Priest, P. Rappaport, C.L. Rizer, T. Ryan, J. Schiff, K. Shaughnessy, C. Shirah, Jr., B. Sikes, S. Silberman, L. Sinn, J. Smallwood, J. Smith, L.S. Smith, M. Smith, G. Spalding, D. Stookesbury, K. Summers, L. Szczukouski, S. Tally, T. Teal, L. Thibodeaux, P. Trifino, J. Trowell, J. Turner, M.A. VandeLinde, S. Visochi, K. Webb, K. West, S. White, C. Widenhouse, C. Wood, S. Zweig I bumolis. •I ' .. H| HH a :% » W HKSAjwzaK HBiB ■1 Horatio Lanier, Pres., Marilynn Brame, V.P., Vicki Odle, V.P., Rhonda cook. Sec, Joy Conn, Trea. Judith Abraham, Georganne Adams, Sharon Adams, Stacy Anderson, Bettie Berry, Alexis Bohn, Lynne Boylston, Jan Busbee, Clara Byrd, Thomas Cash, Ann Chandler, Margaret Cheney, Susan Clower, Ina Cook, Anne Dantzler, Lee Davis, David Dean, Catherine Doane, Deborah Fitzgerald, Larry Friedman, Dody Greenig, Jane Groszmann, Oriana Hargrove, Manuel Hernandez, Fairy Huff, Julie James, Keith Kozicki, Wanda Lane, Katherine Mahan, Kay McManmen, Mana Metropoulos, Mona Mitchell, Elizabeth Morris, Raylene Morris, Thomas Phillips, James Purcell, Partricia Riddle, Carlton Roberts, Regina Rutkauskas, Denise Seidel, David Shipley, Charlene Silver, Jacqueline Souder, Douglas Terrell, Clark Thornton, Michael Turnbull, Lynn Veazey, Deborah Wager. Co i-ganizations 117 : ¥»; ;: ; n- . - ■ ;m : :hc Mki -: - ' . ' : ' ' - ' ' ,J RED AND BLACK Fall Quarter Editor Edie McLaurin Managing Editor Jim Galloway Business Manager Sparky Newsome Winter Quarter Editor Jim Galloway Managing Editor Sandi Martin Business Manager Sparky Newsome Spring Quarter Editor Sandi Martin Managing Editor Susan Lockamy Business Manager Sparky Newsome • m rrwm :: ' :rv " . ' .. -:: :i V ;r ?flS iiJa t .■ .-v•5:34al5l ■:i .. - :T .. ■ ' H fM k ' l iS ' fSiT.fi ' ;: ' mi . REDCOA The University of Georgia Redcoat Band is constituted as a 220 member marching band during the Fall Quarter, supported by its auxiliary units the Georgettes, number- ing 22, the Majorettes, 16 Bulldog Banners, the 3-man Electric Squad, 2 drum Majors, a Solo Twirler, a proper- ties crew of 12 and an Announcer. CO-DIRECTORS Roger Dancz Gary Teske SUPERVISOR OF AUXILIARY UNITS Phyllis Dancz ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR OF AUXILIARY UNITS Janice Stowe REHEARSAL ASSISTANTS Jim Littlefield Chris Clark CHIEF ARRANGER Tom Wallace EXTRA ARRANGEMENTS ...... .Jim Littlefield Stan Pehtel SECRETARY-TREASURER Ruth Kiney DRUM SECTION LEADER Henry Cline DRUM MAJORS Randy Andre Ronnie Younker SOLO TWILER Pam Lewis GUESTS TICKET MANAGER Carl Duyck PROPERTIES Steve Gaultney LIBRARIAN Shelley Turner UNIFORMS Beth Bowen BAND CAPTAIN Steve Gaultney ASST CAPTAIN Gerry Pagano 1ST LTS. SOCIAL Terry King Carl Duyck 1ST LT. ALUMNI Marianne Edwards 1ST LT. SPECIAL PROJECTS Lewis McMullan Dennis Morris Jonathan King David Harrison 1ST LT. HISTORIAN Candy Keach MAJORETTE CAPTAIN Mabel Worthy MAJORETTE 1ST. LT Debbie Wilcher GEORGETTE CAPTAIN Dody Greening 1ST LT. PERSONNEL (GEORGETTE) Candy Haskins 1ST LT. OPERATTIONS (GEORGETTE) Donna Worthy BULLDOG BANNER CAPTAIN Becky Beaird 1ST LT. BULLDOG BANNERS Anita Sims PERSONNEL LIST REDCOAT BAND 1976-1977: P. Acuff, K. Adkins, C. Allen, Jeff Allen, Judy Allen, D. Anders, B. Anderson, P. Anderson, R. Andre, S. Andrews, S. Arnold, J. Attina, E. Ayers, Alan Bailey, Ann Bailey, D. Bailey, C. Baker, J. Baker, C. Ballard, J. Balthazor, D. Bamako, F. Barber, P. Barnes, S. Barnette, D. Barrett, T. Barron, T. Baxter, B. Beaird, M. Beggs, C. Bennett, L. Bickel, B. Bird, K. Black, T. Blackwell, J. Blalock, B. Bodin, N. Borgel, A. Boskoff, B. Bowen, B. Bramlett, D. Braunsroth, J. Brock, S. Brown, Steven Brown, M. Bryant, R. Burgess, R. Burney, S. Burt, D. Cabey, B. Callaway, F. Cape, M. Capece, B. Carlan, L. Carman, C. Carr, P. Cash, T. Caylor, L. Chambers, R. Chandler, B. Childers, D. Clem, H. Cline, D. Cogdell, C. Coleman, G. Compton, T. Cooper, P. Corder, J. Couch, P. Cowan, R. Craddock, B. Craig, E. Crim, J. Crompton, R. Dages, D. Dardar, L. Davis, S. Davis, J. Deaver, P. Deininger, J. Dixon, J. Dobbs, S. Sooley, E. Drew, C. Duyck, T. Earl, L. Edenfield, M. Edwards, Pam Edwards, Patti Edwards, T. Elrod, C. Erwin, B. Estes, T. Evers, P. Ewing, S. Fain, B. Fant, B. Farrar, C. Fincher, N. Fisher, B. Florence, F. Folds, R. Fountain, G. Fouts, G. Fox, L. Fox, L. Francis, P. Freund, G. Gajownik, D. Garrison, F. Gates, S. Gaultney, D. Giddens, H. Gilmore, G. Glass, P. Godfrey, M. Golden, D. Golden, M. Goldenberg, P. Good- son, M. Green, D. Greenig, J. Gray, J. Grindle, C. Habersetzer, B. Hackney, R. Hall, S. Hall, K. Hammond, L. Hankins, Carlton Har- grove K t • »- ...« ..fc. 1 ' •- Oil ■I Pol , w , • ' :» II } ' - ;• n m li " • ' ivj ' K ? " V ' ' •ih, ' s ..-» ujl . Pf Ti -i ' . A p g- ■i ' iM k i sf ri ;: ' im Carolyn Hargrove, Cheryl Hargrove, B. Harrison, C. Harrison, D. Harrison, R. Harrison, C. Has- kins, B. Hassell, P. Hearn, D. Heck, D. Held, A. Hemingway, K. Henrich, N. Herbrecht, L. Hicks, J. Hodges, T. Hodges, S. Holland, B. Holton, M. Holton, K. Hood, D. Hooks, A. Hooten, B. Hoo- ver, J. House, D. Howard, B. Hubbard, K. Hudd- leston, J. Hudson, M. Huff, J. Hulsey, L. Hunt, B. Hurt, S. Hutcherson, M. Hutto, P. Ingram, M. Jenkins, C. Johnson, S. Johnson, J. Johnston, H. Joiner, D. Jones, G. Jones, M. Jones, C. Keach, J. Kesler, L. Right, L. Kiney, Janis King, Jonathan King, Jon King, T. King, L. King, B. Kipp, K. Kirkland, L. Kirschner, D. Kumie, S. Kyser, V. LaMarsh, R. Land, R. Langford, J. Latham, M. Latty, J. Lawson, G. Leonaitis, J. Levinson, E. Lewis, F. Lewis, J. Lewis, P. Lewis, K. Limardo, M. Limoli, A. Little, J. Livingston, J. Loebl, G. Lyon, Jeb Martin, Jim Martin, T. Maske, S. Ma- son, M. Mathis, M. Matthews, M. McCormick, J. McCoy, L. McGee, K. McLendon, A. McLure, L. McMullan, M. Medlin, K. Melvin, M. Messing, C. Middlebrooks, K. Miller, D. Mobley, B. Moon, S. Morgan, D. Morris, T. Morton, D. Mullis, K. Neal, C. Nelson, S. Nicholson, D. Novotny, J. Oden, T. Oliver, G. Pagano, L. Page, T. Pait, K. Palmer, G. Parker, M. Parker, M. Parrott, P. Perdue, R. Perren, P. Peterson, E. Phillips, K. Pilcher, B. Pless, J. Plunkett, M. Portwood, T. Procter, V. Ready, D. Rehner, T. Reynolds, J. Richmond, B. Ritch, J. Ritch, C. Rivierre, C. Robbins, J. Roberts, M. Rogers, L. Rollins, E. Roper, K. Ross, L. Ross, V. Rosser, L. Rusher, S. Saalfrank, J. Sanchez, Joe Sanchez, J. Sandlin, B. Scearcy, B. Scholz, J. Scott, V. Scott, J. Seaman, P. Sell, F. Sheldon, S. Shelton, A. Sims, G. Smith, L. Smith, J. Smith, W. Smith, P. Soutar, D. Stall- ings, P. Stallings, J. Stark, C. Starks, B. Stiles, D. Strand, A. Swain, S. Swan, J. Sweat, K. Tadsen, S. Taylor, C. Thompson, B. Tisdale, F. Todd, G. Todd, M. Todd, P. Troup, D. Tsao, F. Tucker, M. Turnbull, R. Turnbull, S. Turner, J. Ulmer, D. Vickery, P. Wagener, T. Wall, J. Waller, C. Walker, L. Ward, M. Webber, A. Weir, W. Well- ford, R. Westbrook, D. Whipkey, J. Whitworth, J. Wilbanks, D. Wilcher, J. Williams, M. Williams, S. Williams, D. Willis, G. Wolfgram, A. Woo- dyard, D. Worthy, L. Worthy, M. Worthy, G. Wright, K. Wright, J. Wynne, J. Yates, T. Yan- cey, T. Young, R. Younker, P. Zervakos. ' ' M : TUM 122 Organizations T " i • Larry Stanley, Pres., Charles Adams, Sec., Mike Brandon, Trea., Larry Schroeder, Parliamentarian, Andy McCollum, Adv., Hart Odom, Adv. Buddy Allen, Glen Anderson, Tracy Anderson, Neal Bach, Joel Burke, Glenn Chitlik, Mike Cook, Lee Davis, Tom Evers, Bill Garrett, Steve Glass, Bob Hanlon, Daniel Hann, Brad Ingalls, Eddie Kendrick, Pete Manos, Walt Miller, Randall Plampkin, Mark Polkosnik, Tim Price, John Reus, Jim Sheffield, Jeff Smith, Tim Stapleton, Harley Stuart, Doug Walker, Ed Warren, Ellis Woodall, .;?» " V.;.l ,-f,« ft , r ' ' .. i iu iKathy Gill Pres Leah Keith, V.P., Michael C. Leonard, V.P., Betty Darby, Sec, Ellen Lamberson, Trea., Tern Dorsey, Prog, ichm Sunny Long, Pub. Chm., Tom McKenzie, Newsletter Ed. Bonnie Arnold, Frank Baker, Anne Bowers, Daryl A. Butler, I Edward R Campbell, Alan Crosby, Randall Culpepper, Nina Cunningham, Susan Driscoll, Debbie Endres, Jerry Fannm, Gary Gaskill David Gilreath, Allen Gooch, Melanie Gray, Fran Hays, James Hobgood, Timothy L. Ingram, Elame Johnston, Rob Johnston Anne Kelley, Kathy Lane, Gail Lawrence, Jan Lipthratt, Larry Lott, Linda Maertzweiler, Barbara Matthews, Joy Mcllwain Jackie Medley, Dawn North Deborah Norville, Peggy O ' Brien, Mark Osborne, Bryan Page, Paula Seanor, Swann Seller, Gail Smith, Terri Smith, Robert Stratton, Carol Strong, Patricia Templeton, Debra Terry, Marshall Tyler, Phyllis Wellington. Organizations 123 :J ' ttmAL i ' ' ■?mt l m m m? ■■ ? z M SPHINX Not pictured J. Rivers Walsh HONORARY MEMBERS Henry C. Brown George P. Butler Samuel H. Sibley Edward E. Dougherty Walter A. Harris Holcombe Bacon Mansfield P. Hall Frank Kells Boland Henry G. Colvin Walter S. Cothran (Peter) John W. Spain (Will) John T. Dorsey Frank R. Mitchell Harry Dodd Charles H. Black Walter R. Tichenor (Tic) George T. Jackson Walter B. Hill Charles M. Snelling David C. Barrow Robert E. Park Henry C. White Andrew M. Soule Willis H. Bocock Steadman V. Sanford Charles M. Strahan Herman J. Stegeman William S. Morris (Sylvanus) George F. Peabody Ernest A. Lowe (Rastus) Thomas J. Woofter Thomas W. Reed Harry J. Mehre Harry N. Edmunds Harold Hirsch Edgar L. Secrest Harmond W. Caldwell Paul W. Chapman Robert R. Gunn John D. Wade Hughes Spalding Charles H. Herty Ellis M. Coulter (Merton) William O. Payne James W. Butts, Jr. (Wallace) Henry A. Shinn William M. Crane William O. Collins Erie E. Cocke, Jr. Omer C. Aderhold Carl E. Westmoreland John F. Drewry Herman E. Talmadge Robert O. Arnold Charles J. Bloch Frank D. Foley Roy V. Harris Joseph A. Williams Thomas H. Lokey (Hamilton) Richard B. Russell Paul Brown John O. Eidson James A. Dunlap Philip M. Landrum Marion Tyus Butler John L. Cox, Jr. Marion B. Folsom Eugene R. Black, Jr. Harold M. Heckman Marvin B. Perry Carl E. Sanders Jack J. Spalding, III Augustus O.B. Sparks James W. Woodruff, Jr. William L. Dodd (Lamar] Francis M. Bird Pope F. Brock Robert C. Wilson B. Sanders Walker Inman Brandon Jesse Draper Alex A. Lawrence, Jr. Jasper N. Dorsey Clarke W. Duncan (Sonny) Philip H. Alston, Jr. J. 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 II Robert G. Edge Winship Nunnally Winship Nunnally Dan H. Magill, Jr. David W. Brooks William C. Hartman, Jr. William R. Cannon Andrew H- Patterson Kevin L. Knox William D. Hooper Lawrence A. Cothran Garrard Glen Charles R. Andrews Edgar E. Pomeroy Alexander P. Adams (Pratt) William S. Blun Charles W. Davis Marion D. DuBose Robert P. Jones Andrew J. McBride Robert J. Travis Tinsley W. Rucker, Jr. (Tennie) Merrit M. Thurman John Banks Remer L. Denmark John E. Hall Richard M. Charlton Harry H. Hull Horace C. Johnson James B. Ridley William R. Ritchie John B.L. Erwin Ferdinand P. Calhoun (Phinizy) Frank K. McCutchen Augustus L. Hull (Longstreet) Henry J. Lamar Wi lson M. Hardy Noel P. Park Walter J. Hammond Lamar C. Rucker Sterling H. Blackshear Marvin M. Dickinson Andrew M. Calhoun Cam D. Dorsey Marion S. Richardson Billington S. Walker (Sanders) Sanders A. Beaver (Sandy) Francis M. Ridley Glenn W. Legwen Samuel R. Jaques (Randolph) Ralph Meldrim Marion H. Smith Wallace M. Miller Minor Boyd William R. Turner Julian F. Baxter Harold W. Ketron John D. Bower (Jack) William H. Mills Frampton E. Ellis Frank B. Anderson Robert P. Brooks (Preston) Lucien P. Goodrich Issac S. Hopkins (Stiles) Joseph I. Killorin Marmaduke H. Blackshear (Hardeman) Virlyn B. Moore Thomas W. Connally George W. Nunnally (Winship) Theodore T. Turnbull Walter W. Patterson Arthur R. Sullivan Charles H. Cox Roderick H. Hill (Rodney) Harold W. Telford Arthur L. Hardy John E.D. Younge Walter O. Marshburn Hugh M. Scott John A. Brown George Hains, Jr. Daniel Y. Sage Issac C. Levy Lansing B. Lee J. Loring Raoul James J. Ragan Robert S. Parker George P. Whitman William L. Erwin Harrison J.S. Jones Carroll D. Cabaniss William G. Brantley, Jr. Philip R. Weltner Ambrose H. Carmichael Richard K. Smith (Kyle) William W. Brown (Wed) Frank H. Martin Charles N. Feidelson John K. McDonald, Jr. Henry L.J. Williams Robert H. Jones, Jr. Sidney O. Smith Morton S. Hodgson Herman P. De LaPerriere Floyd C. Newton Claude L. Derrick Wylie C. Henson (Clayton) John B. Harris Young B. Smith Daniel H. Redfearn Jerome C. Michael Dwight L. Rogers Edgar V. Carter, Jr. James E. Lucas Harle G. Bailey Edward M. Brown Hosea A. Nix (Abit) Omer W. Franklin Eralbert T. Miller Henderson L. Lanham, Jr. Hinton B.B. Blackshear Washington Falk, Jr. Alexander R. MacDonnell (Alec) Herbert C. Hatcher (ClifQ Paul L. Bartlett Edgar L. Pennington Edwin W. Moise (Warren) George C. Woodruff Evans V. Heath Millard Rewis Robert B. Troutman Arthur K. Maddox John A. Sibley Lloyd D. Brown Clifford Brannen George T. Northen William A. Mann Harold D. Meyer Benton H. Walton David R. Peacock Virgil E. Durden Charles E. Martin Edgar B. Dunlap Robert L. McWhorter Robert H. Freeman Zachary S. Cowan Edward M. Morgenstern James M. Lynch Henry L. Rogers (Levy) Bentley H. Chappell Casper I. Funkenstein (Ira) Frank Carter Tinsley R. Ginn (Rucker) Aaron B. Bernd Russell H. Patterson Victor Victor Hoyt H. Welchel Lewis A. Pinkussohn Clark Howell, Jr. David K. McKamy David F. Paddock John G. Henderson Edward J. Hardin George S. Whitehead James B. Conyers Charles W. Jacobson Hugh L. Hodgson Robert W. Wesley George L. Harrison Charles M. Tanner, Jr. William H. Quarterman, Jr. Robert L. Callaway, Jr. Joel B. Mallet Thomas A. Thrash Max L. Segall William H. Sorrells (Holman) William O. White (Osmonde) John P. Stewart Neil L. Hillis, Jr. Ciniii ■ r., . ' ■■.• ■- . --.-r.: ' rv:..v. -%,vr ' .t ' « ?.?.;:V ' »aE SiWSF,%ft T5? ' .v; :y:5 i: ,¥■ ■ Fijikiij AnT.ICb Lljiiia,j, ■•Ulhcbb l Fil.J,. l itaiCHaclBlCHn ••»■«« (Wim.) ■v.iu WIm tailTiMni ktLIUio 4Sk; UhM iVT.NMb m.rkn MlWihi nVnttBL IJlMi toiLMctkm HRiLrfttnB MUlntk bLI«|bM p L hiir llnd itlWi ' nlLMcN ■ilCayn dim Ml. Volt) MLHiRiW HQutenaii ' ' ilH , Roff Sims, Jr. John H. Carmical Howard H. McCall, Jr. Irvine M. Levy Hinton F. Longino Richard W. Courts, Jr. Lucius H. Tippett Otto R. Hilars Roger H. West Robert L. Foreman, Jr. (Trot) James M. Hatcher (Madden) Dewey Knight Louis S. Davis (Whitey) Wallace P. Zachry Irvine Phinizy Robert D. O ' Callaghan (Dennis) Charles M. Candler (Murphey) William M. Dallas (McKenzie) Claude H. Satterfield Frank W. Harrold William D. Miller Arthur Pew, Jr. Robert E.L. Spence, Jr. Chester W. Slack John R. Slater Everett W. Highsmith (Way) Ashel M. Day (Bum) Charles Strahan Hillary H. Mangum William H. Stephens (Hugh) Preston B. Ford Nathan Jolles Owen G. Reynolds John P. Carson (Pate) Walter D. Durden (Dawson) Welborn B. Cody Malcomb A. McRainey Willism F. Daniel (Frank) Ellis H. Dixon Freeman C. McClure Lewis H, Hill, Jr. George J. Clark Charles A. Lewis Joseph J. Bennett, Jr. (John) John A. Hosch (Alton) Charles G. Henry James K. Harper (Doc) Herbert H. Maddox Josh L. Watson Charles R. Anderson Edward N. Gurr Hervey M. Cleckley, III Walter C. Carter, Jr. (Colquitt) William Tate Charles F. Wiehrs John H. Fletcher James D. Thomason John H. Hosch, Jr. Thomas F. Green, IV Walter S. Sewell Lester Hargrett Charles L. Gowen Martin E. Kilpatrick (Buster) John D. Allen Horace D. Shattuck George D. Morton Gwinn H. Nixon Alexis A. Marshall Carlton N. Mell Ernest P. Rogers Walter T. Forbes, Jr. George S. Johnson James R. Chambliss (Rollin) Ernest Camp, Jr. Allen W. Post Alexander S. Clay, III (Steve) Frank K. Boland. Jr. (Kells) Ivey M. Shiver, Jr. (Chick) William H. Young, Jr. Issac K. Hay George E. Florence, Jr. Thomas J. Hamilton, Jr. Benjamin H. Hardy, Jr. Hallman L. Stancil (Luke) Daniel C. Tully Robert L. Patterson, Jr. Hoke S. Wofford John S. Candler, II Glenn B. Lautzenhiser Rufus B. Jennings Craig Barrow, Jr. Robert G. Hooks Joseph H. Boland Guy C. Hamilton, Jr. James J. Harris (Colbert) Robert T. Anderson Wade C. Hoyt, Jr. Charles C. Harrold, Jr. Charles B. Anderson, Jr. (Ben) Edward H. Baxter Dyar E. Massey, Jr. Seaborn A. Roddenberry, III (Andy) Morris B. Abram Floyd C. Newton, Jr. James Q. Lumpkin, Jr. (Quinton) Robert B. Troutman, Jr. Robert P. McCuen Ambrose G. Cleveland, Jr. (Gus) Robert C. Norman Julian D. Halliburton lama L. Price, Jr. (Lee) Howell Hollis,Jr. Kenneth A. McCaskill (Alex) William S. Smith, Jr. (Stanford) Lee T. Newton Jack B. Matthews Ernest S. Vandiver, Jr. Frank L. Gunn Alpha A. Fowler, Jr. Clarence J. Smith, Jr. (Jay) Bernard C. Gardner, Jr. (B.C.) Verner F. Chaffin John C. Meadows, Jr. Clifford C. Kimsey Thomas C. Penland John B. Miller Woodie A. Partee, Jr. (Gus) Frank F. Sinkwich Irby S. Exiey Ellington M. Norman (Murray) Forest L. Champions, Jr. George D. Lawrence Jesse G. Bowles James P. Miller Aubrey R. Morris James C. DeLay Fulker G. Stewart Charles L. Trippi John E. Sheffield, Jr. William F. Scott, Jr. Frank S. Cheatham, Jr. Dan M. Edwards Robert M. Joiner Dempsey W. Leach William H. Burson Melburne D. McLendon John Ranch Albert M. Wilkinson, Jr. (Mims) Kirk M. McAlphin Bryan K. Whitehurst John E. Griffin Harry L. Wingate, Jr . James L. Bentley, Jr. Porter O. Payne James A. Andrews Samuel R. R. Burns (Ray) Harold C. Walraven, Jr. Robert J. Healey William A. Kline, Jr. Kankakee Anderson James E. Palmour, Jr. Henry G. Palmer Frank K. McCutchen Dupont G. Harris (Guerry) Robert D. Feagin, Jr. (Doug) Mattox, L. Purvis Joseph M. Oliver Marvin H. Cox Ellis G. Arnall Herbert S. Maffett Sandford W. Sanford John W. Maddox Mark D. Hollis William C. Latimer Vrnon S. Smith (Catfish) William M. Strickland, Jr. James W. Mclntire Charles M. Gaston (Marion) McCarthy Crenshaw William M. Hazelhurst Leroy S. Young Frederic Solomon Virlyn B. Moore, Jr. William T. Maddox James M. Richardson, Jr. (Milton) Morton S. Hodgson, Jr. Troy R. Thigpen, Jr. (Randolph) Robert C. Stephens, Jr. John W. Calhoun, III DeNean Stafford, Jr. John P. Bond Harry S. Baxter Winburn T. Rogers John D. Bowden, Jr. (Dan) Joseph C. Strong (Carl) Augustus L. Rogers (Lee) James W. Wise (Walter) William T. Bennett, Jr. (Tap) William C. Hawkins Raleigh G. Bryans Lawrence T. Crimmins George R. Reinhardt (Bob) William A. Elinburg, Jr. William B. Phillips (Barry) Walter T. Evans (Ted) 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. (Dewey) Wesley L. Harris Frank V. Salerno William D. Moseley (Darrell) Charles R. Adams, Jr. Daniel W. Kitchens Edmund R. Bratkowski (Zeke) Donald L. Branyon, Jr. Randall T. Maret John R. Carson Robert L. Blalock Logan R. Patterson (Reid) Quentin R. Gabriel Jay D. Gardner Frank W. Seller Richard P. Trotter Joseph P. O ' Malley Kermit S. Perry Jule W. Felton, Jr. Jabez McCorkle III (Jake) John J. Wilkins, III Norman S. Fletcher Lindsay H. Bennett, Jr. Robert S. Lowery, Jr. Donald G. Joel John R. OToole Joel J. Knight Edward W. Killorin George M. Shceer, 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. (Swain) Harry E. Hendrix Theron C. Sapp Bryce W. Holcomb Thomas E. Dennard, Jr. James P. Walker, Jr. William A. Davis, Jr. Thomas R. Burnside, Jr. James P. Yarbrough Charlie B. Christian Earl T. Leonard, Jr. Francis A. Tarkenton Thomas M. Blalock Ronald L. Case (Pete) Linton R. Dunson, Jr. Wyckliffe, A. Knox, Jr. (Wyck) Bryant F. Hodgson, Jr. John H. Crawford III Augustus B. Turnbull, III William R. Montfort, Jr. James H. Blanchard Edward T.M. Garland Wyatt T. Johnson, Jr. Richard N. Lea James L. Aldridge (Larry) Albert W.F. Bloodworth (Franklin) Jake L. Saye, Jr. Ben B. Tate Charles B. Haygood, Jr. 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. Cox, II Thomas A. Nash, Jr. Earl D. Harris Patrick L. Swindall Joel O. Wooten, Jr. Charles William Griffin Joseph H. Fowler Michael S. Wright Charles T. Hall Robert P. Killian James S. Watrous Anderson S. Johnson Thomas M. Melo Charles H. Bond Robert E. Tritt Manuel Diaz, Jr. John Chase McKissick Michael P. Haggerty George Robert Reinhardt Benjamin H. Cheek John A. Gilleland Glynn A. Harrison Carl E. Westmoreland, Jr. J. Rivers Walsh Kevin L. Knox William H. Mills d tin : . li [r t,:xv r- ' WM k i m fi ' -: ' :s r 1% 4 • v. rm 1 ' C r j £■115 :.! ijr P - ■115 3 I ' W Kfm , l S Sf- ffl r-:. 1 1 1 1 K |. 4 7 J. Tom Morgan, Pres., Debi Spelling, Exec. V.P., Rebecca West, Adm. V.P. 126 Organizations ■ - ' : ■«? f-: - : . cESiaa -w- • ' -x " Wr l«fc¥«S : ' Organizations 127 : ' " Sfiis k ii rf c ' rm . Co Vh • - - ' " -V ' liiy- !h ' ' I , 1 «« -1-c.A STUDENT JUDICIARY. Judicial Council: Robert Mumford, Chief Justice, H. Jeff Lanier, Clerk, Charles B. Graham, Jr., Walter C. McGill, Molly McKibben, Tony G. Mills, Kenyon W. Murphy. Main Court: George Abraham, David Barrett, Mike Bozeman, Tom Casurella, Ann Chandler, Bill Daniel, Joe Ferguson, Drew Garner, Fran Hays, Margena Hinely, Fletch Homer, Lloyd I Hopkins, Skooter Kinman, Cathy McClelland, Lana Platz, Anne Schleier, Charles Vaughn, Dan Walker, Audrey Winter. Residence Court: William Bill, Miriam Diemmer, Tom Edmunds, Terri Farrar, Linda Grieves, Christine Guide, Debbie Norville, Forrest | Rubenstein. Traffic Court: Lynne Boylston, Missy Florstedt, Judy Hughes, Resa Levitan, John Reinhardt. fl • 9 nil " ' ' A A i K ; w David Paul Day, Pres., Melinda Farris, Sec., Rob Hancock, Trea., Bob Anthony, P.R. Chairman. David Culley, Kathy Gill, Rick| Jordan, Kevin Knox, Ed Mathews, Bill Mills, Ed Ricketson, Carolyn Wildes, Nancy Williams, Dianne Wooten. 128 Organizations m£FtWm :??? ' j. Ki!; vts. ■ .■ . ' .-i ' li ' i f-f. m sy ■4 ..V- " 7Tii ital(inkii.Jr..Wilit(1 rihnnMibBoimiiil ■n " M HoDXf, 1 .Aidt()ViKr.lai(ltwl tDdkilMcFoimll VI University Union Aware of the need for enjoyable diversions, the Union provides current movies, exhibits, concerts, and lecture series for University of Georgia students. . r.iil Rid elinda Farris, Pres., Cindy Moxley, V.P. Union Relations, David Day, V.P. Finance. Tom Draffin — Recreation, Michiel lulconer — Contemporary Concerts, Claire Hamby — Special Events, Walter Hanley — Performing Arts, Ed Ricketson — ldea| lid Issue. Ken Sanders — Cinematic Arts, Sam Tucker — Entertainment, Judey Whelpley — Visual Arts. g Organizations 129 . ' .s. .:: . v -.. -jep T vt . r ■■ - ■ - ' i- : ' f (M : -£: isri !i--, ' .im- v... rMi A WUOG 9 r •. ♦ ' ■ ' ' A 1} .Ji i i ' ' ■■iie - p -xsr s5i« vSii;: r ' tA . ,r . :■■»•. - x-: ■ ?■ T. A: ' »;3Kffisaw«r V! ' ' 7-:%xvryi ' h- « kS 1 „ ■ ■■ " " ■■■■ ■ij " " .lbl fc,— - WUOG NEWS STAFF: Richard Warner, Chief. Fern Beauchamp, John D ' cioccio, Sam Dick, Bill Donaldson, Terryl Dorsey, Mark Foster, Barbara Freedman, Eric Gershon, Fran Hayes, Rod Hempen, Jeff Hulbert, Ernie Johnson, Linda I Maertzweiller, Ann Miller, Bill McClure, Steve Powell, Kay Warnalis, Carl Zimmerman. WUOG STAFF: John Atchison, [ John Auskelis, Thomas Beggs, Julie Benson, Stephen Bock, Robert Bosshardt, Thomas Bowden, Katherine Bridges, Charles! Burkhardt, Marivee Cade, William Carton, William Chambers, Rhonda Cook, Kenneth Davis, Terrell Davis, William! French, James Garner, Glenn Glass, Jeff Hallis, William Hoffer, Kurt Holtz, Steven Keiman, John Kelly, Cynthia Kirk,l Keith Kozicki, Bobby Long, James Meek, Carolyn Miles, Anne Miller, Lawrence Mink, William Murray, Jr., Janel McAlister, Mark Osborn, Sally Painter, Barry Reel, Douglas Reid, Bart Reynolds, Richard Rusekll, James Saylors, Williaml Sherrill, Thomas Shore, William Smith, Daniel Suhart, Kevin Sweeney, C. Edward Thomas, Madison Woo, Richard] Warner. .■; .-vv :: j.w . -ig«in: - .» y- r ' ' m s i -i: s : :! ' -. iM r g 19 Miriam Driemmer, Pres. Kelley Bethel, Kim Daniel!, Margena (linely, Carol Koble, Bonny Lloyd, Janice Parker, Marianne Priest, Mary Strong, Angelia Swain, Judy Todd, Rebecca West. % S , 1 M A u Robert Sinyard, Jr., Pres., Carol Susan Strong, V.P. Historian, Jan Frances Baggett, Sec. Trea. Sandra Lynn Bossert, Kevin Francis Callahan, Danny Eugene Connally, Janet Marie Deitrich, Janice Claire Dooley, Elizabeth Jane Ehlert, Deobrah Lee Gathany, Marcia Anne Griffith, David William Hoechst, James Crawford Kitfield, Bruce Barnes Loehle, James Allen Orr, James William Plunkett, Douglas Brian Pritchett, Lisa Helen Williamson. 132 Organization • ' A?r?? j.vv: ■. ' r .- .s. ' i4 i ffeafflKHessias .y vr - - ■■.■■.■ f.v l ' V t K ii Chip Amaker, Pres., GregCarson, Sr. V. Pres., Kenny Poland, V. Pres., Wayne Nix, Trea., Joel Mann, Sec, Dr. Jim Hillard, Adv. Julie Anderson, Kim Backus, Phil Barret, Keith Bates, Chalres Benoit, Dale Berrong, Allan Berryman, Paul Brewington, Sidney Buzzell, Laura Cleckley, Phil Cockran, Steve Cole, Greg Dillard, Jeff Dotson, Patricia Eberhardt, Alan Gordon, James Guined, David Hancock, Jimmy Harper, David Haygood, Lee Hobbs, Terry Huber, Ray Kathe, Rawdy Kirk, Chip Layton, Ron Majors, Ann Marcinko, Meg Miller, Joe Olson, Gary O ' Neal, John Shurley, Jan Stephen, John Thrasher, Kay Walters. Organizations 133 " ■ ' ■■• ' •■ i -T. •Taw- ' g. v■ ■ « ■. .■ »..-n .-iiig«n:-yr -A ' .r - j- - -.- . V ' ?8 3if : :?5 ?fe %m r: g I fti «!= ■-■- r -J " A - lit. Matty Welling, Pres., Andy Haak, V.P., Tony Klomp, Sec, Louis Chalanset, Hist., Eugene van Buick, Tres. Vicki Anderson, Peggy Bacon, Tjeerd de Boer, Ditte Christiansen, Allen Dozier, Ann-Ellen Fossun, Sally Graham, Sue Green, Kees ten Haaf, Patti Harding, Marybeth Jordan, Christal Kyriacou, Janneke Kaars-Sijpesteyn, Maria Kaars-Sijpesteyn, Peggy Lewis, Jan Metdepet, Corinne Moreau, Jane Nutter, Margaret Parrish, Pam Rulli, Kark Sjoll, Anne-Maria Suikkari. 134 Organizations .r .-..v, .-o.r - ' : ■fHf.: msssiiam mit- " iixWri«e ?«r GLIMPSES Glimpses 135 - v:-. :T -:t ?.. AKr .-.- m Am,3F mi sBsmam jt99K tfjtj - M - I ■ ' fctfjKKi ' ti ' - " ' fBasketball .:£S f ' tt?2;yv?fel .f:vJ ' 3 ;p ' jrC H ' HB Bycy les Censored ' ' ss MgsKm. s?Sd msi !iiia33k s i»M!stamKmes? ' S!se3imfik 9H. i4fi:rji.fT:- mf3iM . f Mil I mil mil ma , ma ma Pt " r. o;. ' I! I m jj I I II ms ■ ' :i ' -jiL-£:--iS -yiT. !( ' ;.. -xmik i ::. i • • ► i I r ' 7i» ' «»; ' ?jr2 ?2S35«S«- « a«l3Wr ' S 5«fflBB Jeep - " .l lL J Ji Kites inln ., A; ■ ■jkf.V . : „--i.-. ' ■w O A - i . ■ ! r-- ' J y ry a.- ' gWirrfc VJL,s -;., --g«-. .■i»i«ur ,-»t-23rr. ig 11 " " JSM! t if % ■mji m- ' .•-« -i7 ki- t: f4 v i ' ■. ' " . ' ■ec« cuMsns «n MOM fJ : •PPE-LAW CLUB MtEnwv -. a la EMILY M. CAIHOON. f b. Notices eur: ' f1 .Sfc. . • : . • ' rr ' :.Jjs ' , : " - T- .. ' J ' ? - ■- r ssm i!s fMMme ' 9Rm " T Jp -»»■.•• ■ym? ' -m-- ' . yf t ' .tr s |f 1 i S . " ' ab ' i -fcj » " n p ' }• -.i : ' " ■ ' -V-.. v H:TV-vi .U r ■ ifi ' i -i ' isr s k " J ' M rz ' Van k lie pJAe 1 ii ITY i VARS r.r IK V -. IT " W r»1 — - w-ite : ' ■ i B ' ' ■■■■■■i MMM , " _. " « r II Iv fe :«=«f» - i w ' nr.Mf ' n M -J 0r M ' A .-•«.! :_ .nudrE. i?. r«sj»8seaElS ' »; %€jKCSlGB; 3 a 3fl ■: ix , p - :-- ' «ia| » - ■ " r i fl 1 ' v.-tfaei ' - •? s. A P X ' YELLINi A ' tttrrtr, r V SS Rffisf ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 H 4 r l ' v? «=!j vS K: .r :? 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E B N • 1 f , r i.—-:.-— f l ' i i k| ' 1 b . 1 kl 4 ai :. K 1 4 r-? f Greeks 235 236 Greeks wm iim ' ::i ■ .-t ' «f-y; ' tfc %vliiiM- Si " - --V:i ' -y -»t W From the founding of the first chapter at Georgia, the Greeks have grown and expanded. There have always been those who have scorned them and prophesied the extinction of the fraternity system. Yet with the passing of the years, the Greeks not only survived, but by the strength of their bond, became one of the largest groups on campus. Greeks 237 M ?».-v . ' .. »;v;:.. » g« -V -; --.i : v fc--.- GREEKS . . . TODAY a j(f ' f « Jfc A a3g ■--r c;:..:r -■ l- - . .w w.nr. am--r f- - sTL mi .. The men and women who are the Greeks of today still possess the same qualities of their forerunners. They believe in comradeship, they are service-minded, and they are leaders. There is Greek participation in every phase of University activities. And whenever there are two or more Greeks together, there is bound to be laughter. The girl wearing the ribbon belt and topsiders and the guy in khakis and white buttoned-down shirt will also usually be wearing a smile. Greeks 239 !Lanmis.b. ' . ' ' ui ' «ir .jm T : ... r. ■.;x.-.v. ..-t; A..-.i.-.. .v - v. v- -: v-.-t; , ' iV« r ' i?ii -i:« " v i • i . • ,ii ■ ?- -. ' -a- ' ' TOMORROW ' ■■■ k Ml i- 1 B !1 1 Y t h 1 «». f What do the years to come hold for the Greeks of the University of (ieorgia? It is hard to predict the lifestyles of future frater- nity and sorority members. Yet one thing seems certain: they will continue to build on their strengths and eliminate their weaknesses as they have in the past. And as long as there are Greeks there will be the sound of laugh- ter, smiles of friendship and someone al- ways there with a helping hand. 240 Greeks ' : !i - -mr -.i ' ■ r ■. ■ . ? .S l: £- : vfc v M - vv:r-y] ja ry7 CLASSES Classes 241 - ■.- . „ -■ . . - A-.. ...- - . j- y me ti -glW i--. ' ,dfor • ' ' " -ri-T w 242 Classes iiiii ' r «i:- r;-yw?; i .-. 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Cooley Jennifer Crafe Helen Craig Sonja Craven Alan Crosby Patricia Crow Susan Daniels Don Davis Cherisse Davitte Judy Denman Melody Dillingham Peter Dreisbach Jen Driskell Kathy Duncan Bill Dyke John Edwards Barbara Ellard Catherine Epps Deborah Etchison Rebecca Pant Stanley Federspiel Melinda Fields 1, 274 Classes !- ■ mm m : tk y- iK: --- ' T:i ' j wf7m i , ;i f i w 4 ■; - • ■Vv - ■•■1 • • r ' Marianne Filson Mary Finley Randall Flanagan Bagria Flowers Kathryn Foley Anne Allen Fossum Pixie Foster Susan Freer Lynn Hooper Ganus James Garner Suzanne Gayton Jolyn George Ray Gentry Joanne Gibbs Ellen Gibney David Gibreath Alex Glober Drenda Godber Philip Goldstein Wenda Goodman Harold E. Gill, Jr. Michelle Gillikin Clifford Granger Classes 275 e Si- l jS V g -;:. i§ ' ftB::t-.. ■ ..■■■i- l A ' ; ■■« - ' VT... - - r-jy. - : ■..- -.■ ' ■■:ia :;Cvi iSN 7 : ' , ,- i Robert Lamb, Jr. Lynn Lancaster Tim Langston Larry Lott Debra Lassiter James Layfield, Jr. Redith Lee Vicki Leggett Diane Lester Bronda N. Lewis Cathy Lewis Tim Lewis Gary Lightfoot Bill Linginfelter Florence Usry Cindy Littleton Jeffrey Lorien Janis Lowe Johnny Luke Cynthia Lynch Terri Macks Helen Madill Betsy Majors Karia Marquez Susan Marsden Brenda Martin X r Carol Martin Del Martin 278 Classes r mv- «:?5: Mi .-. Ji w. j -- ' ' -v..»»y . vl. --v »iAlv«» --T- j T «jL;;yA.MeiiL jar5..-:a ? xi -m Av itcay. fc E Carol Mason Pamela Matthews Russell Mathis Mark Maulding Dan McCranie Andrew McDermott III Angle McGee Mark McGoldrick E. 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Lou Cobb Rhonda Cobb Faye Cohen William Cole III Sandy Colston iC Thomas Cooper, Jr. Patty Corder Debra Cornett Classes 285 ca«i« mbVK Mk UK ? ' • ' »; ' -,. • - V L£ Ed Corry Dorothy Ann Cosby Reid Cox Lila Crowley Glenn Day Cecil Davis Susan Diagle Gary Diffley Yvonne Dixon Linda Dongworth Linda Downer Richard Duger Warren Evans Lawrence Epps Mary Enright Janet Eidam Kathy E. Pales Sharon Feldman Lynette Francis Barbara Freedman Rhonda Green Patricia Grifruh Ramona Grizzard Mark Guest 286 Classes « -immi imism :. ia 5?:M t : .. ,:. m. fiSS!: S; - , Classes 287 iiir rirTnmiN - n-, -- -rf - r v. - -: : --7iif : -ir £ y . i -. mmf :MK K:A-M ;-; fe,.v ' v- SJi = fr:w y . i - : 2s: William Mitchell, Jr Mary Moore David Moreland Elizabeth Morgan Phyllis Morrow Leslie Mosley Tom Moynahan Gail Mullinax Neely Nickle Ana Nins Trena Nix Debbie Norville Bettie Ott Patti Overstreet Reece Padgett Donald Page, Jr. Lola Parker Terry Parker De De Parsons Mary Ann Patterson Robert Person Ina Peterson Bruce Phillips Cindy Pickard Kate Pittman ll Renatta Ponder 1 1 Victor W. Proveaux M I Classes 289 ih - vvi -r -v -; -- r. -. : -.• ' ■■ ; y g»s 7 ;r ' :i .-. 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' ' . , | . . ' Ji Anita Wells John Whidden Alan R. White Bryan Whitfield Karen Wiegel John Wieczorek Ricardo Wilborn Mark Wilchar Denise Wilkes Elizabeth Wilkes Amanda Williams Carol Williams Kenneth Williams Loretta Williams Cheryl Willis William Wills Cannie Wilson Linda Wilson Betty Wiseman Gail Woffard Brooks Woodruff Carla Woolen Claudia Wright James W. Wright John Wynne Susan Yarnell James Yawn Lynn Zimmermann 304 Classes ?:;iS£ 3SAiMtiiL..:. ' i; .{- ' fe a c iiaf t : : : iM:7i: jsj ' :. :i ;Wz:- ■■.■..■yj i jmijn mn wcty .x ' rtt if it EPILOGUE Epilogue 305 Fall Means Homecoming 306 Epilogue » rr- »r - m i m w mM mmky mfi; jm ifj(js : ' ' ' mims!mm- :«% Epilogue 307 ' im4 .,s Mm» ' 308 Epilogue 3«Kry. ' »?rww ' iiiai««KraBBw«H!m-i%3S K? j» ?fe-i irJEat3?lBiil K» Miss Georgia — USA Epilogue 309 ■•:v.;. ;.. ■«ii«V« m|PP I . ' Miss Ag Engineering 310 Epilogue ' " ■ t-.J »r . ' i ' iiS: i• l ««o»ewF36B« .• -? Miss Ag Hill Ina Cook fc ff. Greeks 311 The Red Cross Blood Drive is always a big success at the University of Georgia, and this year was no exception. Students and faculty alike flocked in droves to don- ate blood for those in need. A Flu epidemic prohibited many from donating this year, but many still came through. Coke and cookies awaited the brave souls who donated, and the Universi- ty of Georgia once again proved that it cared. . f B IS ATUNTA REGIONALRED CROSS BLOOOPROGRAM 31 2 Epilogue v «? i i)f : i?iRHHns; ;s nsMmsmm: m Epilogue 31 3 - . V-i .ryf pV ' The International Coffee Hour is a weekly tradition at the University of Georgia. Every Friday from 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. you can find stu- dents from such places as Iran, Ger- many, Switzerland, Rhodesia, and many other countries gathered in Memorial Hall. Different groups sponsor the Coffee Hour each week, which allows foreign students to be- come better acquainted not only with one another, but also with American students. • t ak... 314 Epilogue ::i gS5! »»CW; l«UP3jjBHig?T5 ,g. ' 4 V p Epilogue 315 Speaking Of Censorship TO THE EDITOR: Needless to say, I ' m outraged and disgusted at th« action which the Presi- dent ' s Board of Student Communications tool( Thursday, by censoring three photos which were to be printed in Pandora. Any free thinking student who values freedom of expression, whether it be in spoken, written or art form, must be indignant to know that some panel (and. themselves to impose their moral values and their outmoded attitudes towards upon all the students of this campus. No University media should be cen- sored, either by faculty, panel, president, or student, on the grounds of violation of natural rights. Aside from this fact, it is obvious that Pandora, the campus year- book, would exercise what would conform to most students ' conception of good judgement in their selection of photos, making the censorship decision even more incredible. According to the story in The Red and Black, Pandora Editor Lawrence said that because of the deletion of these pictures, " There ' s the chance we Just won ' t make our deadline. " It would be a shame if the Pandora would lose out because of this pedantic, irrational decison. I have not seen these pictures, because they were not printed in The Red and Black. And you, staff of The Red and Black; are you, too, controlled by the cations? I challenge you to print these photos. I strongly urge the President ' s Board to revers their decision. I encourage all students and faculty who are concerned Photographs of legs cause campus crisis By PETE McCOMMONS Photographs showing the legs of a man and woman in bed, which last week were banned from the Pandora the University yearbook, were this week also cen- sored from The Hed and Black, the campus news- paper. " I hate myself for it. " Ked and Black editor Jim Galloway said of his deci- sion to delete the picture he editorial. The photograph did not run. Instead, the Red and Black printed, under the editorial protest- ing the censorship decision, an Editor ' s Note, explaining why the newspaper had decided not to run the photograph. " Therefore the editor of the Red and Black has decided not to publish the photographs censored by the Board of Studem Com- munications: The decision decide to omit an item because of possible political repercussions is a vet " harsh, very ugly reality. " The Editor ' s .iote went on to state. " In informing the readership of our own self-censorship, we are acknowledging the neces- sary devaluation of the worth of this newspaper. However, in the realistic light of possibly losing student control of this paper we are hoping that what we banning the photographs understanding that it goes picture will not equal what and Black senior staff members drafted an edi- torial for Tuesday ' s paper imMosiing the censorship. The staff planned to publish ( i)c of the proscribed photographs along with the (continued from page 1) the idea at a Sunday senior staff meeting, and what it came down to— we decided we ' d like to run them. " Galloway said the senior staff then took the idea to the other paid staff mem- bers, " whose salaries were on the line. " The full, paid staff voted 14 to 3 to print the photographs. Monday night the staff had already laid out the photograph, when they had second thoughts. A tele- phone call to Dr. Richard Noles. chairman of the Board of Student Communi- principles and ethics. For an editor to control the sub- stance of a newspaper because of his own judg- ments of taste and news content is simply the way of things. For an editor to Editor Galloway made the decision to delete the photograph. " Given ideal circum- stances. " Galloway said Tuesday, you ' d say. ' Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead, ' but I ' m responsible for the paper and that includes backing down when you have to. and that ' s what we did. " Noles said Tuesday that way the night before, he told the student editor the Board of Communications would " react " if the photo- graph was published. Noles Galloway explained that after last Thursday ' s Com- munications Board decision. " We approached the photo- grapher and got the slidi We started kicking , aroun.. (continued on page 3) impression that the reaction would be more than a slap on the wrist. Noles said, " I do feel that the issue that was in ques- tion was decency and whether or not this is the image ofc our University students we want to pub- lish. " Noles said the " area of decency " is the one area where the Board of Student Communications exercises Larry Lott. the student who took the controversial photographs, commented Tuesday. " It seems ridi- culous that I have so many dent ' s Board of Student CommunlcaUons. photograph. After some ••k " ' ' ,; " ' •Pf " " L «ir • agoniiing staff discuaaiaii gave Oalloway ; the strong the stir. HELENE BECKER 316 Epilogue W S 3 5y? p!i lS HBHPBSl l?! ?,r sB Decision to censor i. • iJA ICt« X TOOK THe uee ry of o6TecT5 so THfrr tjo oesceNe- VeMiooK PHOTOG-MPne is could OF Tf €rm,THc: e 6Y ei eostHG- ou i iNt ocerNT, vt G-iN STubeVT e obi TO oasceMe m r mL, j ! S Epilogue 317 Del: When do you want this artwork? By tomorrow! You can ' t be serious. Domini: Brad, why didn ' t you show up for the Sigma Chi pic- ture? Brad: Oh, I guess I forgot. Rusty: I ' m sorry a photographer didn ' t show up for your organizations picture. What? Oh, this is the third time it has happened. I ' m so sorry. Nancy: Those stupid photographers want me to cancel all appointments after 2 o ' clock on Friday afternoon. Cindy: Do you think we can stretch 500 pictures? ■Ji- ¥vm Mm I I II ' I ' WHMWIIWil ' liliWI wlliHiiii Another spring has rolled around, and once again thanks must go to Phyl- lis for keeping us out of bankruptcy; to Del for creating most of our artwork; to Domini for getting her section together in one quarter; to John for not only edit- ing, but also photographing most of the sports section; to Rusty for having the patience to deal with organizations and photographers; to Nancy and Cindy for going door to door to solicit class picture appointments; to the photographers for sometimes coming through, and to Dr. Powell and the Division of Student Ac- tivities for having enough faith in the Pandora to adopt us. Thank you. Gail Lawrence Epilogue 319 Photography by Brad Cherson, Larry Lott, Dav id Tulis, Gary Barr, Patty Lewis, Franlc Childers, Bob Nichols, Mark Sandlin, and John Knight. Published by American Yearbook Company, Clarksville, Tennessee. 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University of Georgia - Pandora Yearbook (Athens, GA) online yearbook collection, 1980 Edition, Page 1

1980

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