University of North Carolina Charlotte - Rogues n Rascals or SiSi Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)
- Class of 1971
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BWOC and lam Up and Homecoming; With Bucky Fuller and Herman Kahn at the Forum; With Ramsey Clark and Harry Golden And Howard Fuller and Black Liberation. Getting into . . . Basketball and 49ers And Greeks, parties, hung over and Up on Lysistrata and Uncle Vanya and Into engineers and machines and Poets and readings and Ecology and the war; Debating and convincing yourself About why participate And then did it. Here you are. Activities Into. . . With both feet. Clubs . . . radio, cars. Biology, engineers, nurses And legislatures and courts And constitutions; Into . . . Green Garter with Pi ' s and Psi ' s and guitars. Into . . . students And color and Project Opportunity. Into . . . the hills with Outward Bound. Into . . . print with Sanskrit and Journal and Rogues ' n Rascals. There ' s always more. Into it. The University . . . bricks, concrete, glass interwoven classrooms, residence halls The Students . . . transients individuality personality The Culmination . . . learning social . . . academic the University Community Student Living Live, living, having lived With papers and quizzes, Books and booze and Dope next door. Living . . . with kids and dogs and Rent on the first. Long afternoons at work and Longer nights with notes and Nixon. Living . . . With j. Edgar Hoover a nd Uncle Sam in green. Living . . . with tension and Release and playing . . . With yourself or someone You love. Apathy works, and everybody plays. When they can. Seniors The Class of 1971 of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Graduates now. You hung on. Four years come and gone. Finished . . . exams, Papers, all-nighters; All the careful plans and the Spur-of-the-moment-let ' s-do-it Details that amount to Four years . . . done. All that hangs on, too. And hurts at least A little. Rememberi 1 ■ft Editor SuzyOwen Business Manager Allan Boger Section Editors Peggy Caldwell Melanie Wilson Nancy Little S ta ff Wyman Anthony judiann Allen Suzanne Carscaddon Kenneth Foster Kenneth Simmons Advisor Dr. Edward Perzel Photographers Tom Alsop Dean Duncan Greg Ekerd Charley Hartis George Neill Mike Smith Steve Wilcox i ' , .1TUU9D 1G ' 17 MissUNCC Yogi Clifford Distinctly herself. Clean turns her on. Polluted turns her off. Naturally. A cut-away from the Crowd. But still Yogi To everybody. 18 ■ I Miss49er Sharon Ballard A little bit of gold For the bearded old man. Known to her judges as Snoopy at " Suppertime " And to Alpha Kappa Psi as Their little bit of sugar. Tri-Delta calls her " Sister. " }ust a crown above the others, She ' s Miss 49er to us. 19 Homecoming Queen Melanie Wilson Fencer, swimmer, Sorority sister. Editor. Joyously Christian, Humanly active. A crown Above the others. Happiness is . . . Melanie Wilson to Come " home " to. Cathy Rea Lambda Chi Sweetheart Beth Timanus Junior Class Beauty • W 21 ■• i» 22 ■ 1 I eoHor 4 SOMEDAY WHEN IT ' S ALL OVER 23 Of ™ ■ i WE WILL THE PEACE . . . WITHIN OURSELVES 25 ™ ers c ' T -. ' ■-.ft Administration William Friday, President, University of North Carolina .•:: Administration . . Dean Colvard, Chancellor 29 Administration . . Bonnie Cone, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs - _ Hugh McEniry, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs IM Administration . . Dennis Rash, Dean of Students Lon Weston, Assistant Dean of Students Seth Ellis, Director of Summer Sessions and the Evening Program Daymond Turner, Director of Graduate Studies 12 The Colleges . . . 33 College of Architecture Robert Anderson, Dean Architecture Faculty: Anderson, Mitchell :■! College of Economics and Business Administration Allan Palmer, Dean BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FACULTY: Palmer, Wubben, Rogers. Turner, Williams, Conrad, Davis, Drucker, Higgins, Hinson, Trosch, Byarlay, Hockfield, Horton, Jorgensen, Reed, Whisnant, Williamson, Theodore, Gallier, Martin, Ramsey, Sebralla, Smith. 35 College of Engineering Newton Barnette, Dean ENGINEERING FACULTY: Bell, Wayne, Norem, Bayer, Coleman, Crippen, Davis, Evett, Kim, Smith, Baker, Gibbon ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY FACULTY: Grant, Elliott, Liu, Priebe, Berry, Christie, Hoyle. College of Human Development and Learning HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING FACULTY: Chase, Powers, Burke, Hackney, Dwyer, Pleasants, Reavis, Romine, Smith, Maxwell, Rowland. John Chase, Dean 37 College of Humanities William Mathis, Dean, and Chairman of the Department of Creative Arts Department of Creative Arts ART FACULTY: Calewood, Nonn, Anderson, Norcom; MUSIC FACULTY: Mathis, Booth, Dailey, Turner, Caither, I Maddox R Maddox Thomp- son; SPEECH AND THEATER FACULTY: Nicholson, Rackley, Pell, Ferguson. :;; Wrt Humanities . . . DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH: Wallace, McEniry, Ellis, Mason, McCall, Moose, Varnas, Carver, Gatlin, Hedges, Shapiro, Boger, Bryan, Davis, Grey, Kerwin, Newman, Rea, Stauffer, Wyland, Blythe, Horton, Hunter. Department of English I, MU ' I ' .. ' ■■■ ' J. 1..M Robert Wallace, Chairman II ■ I ■ !■■ IM ■ I I Humanities . . . FOREIGN LANGUAGE FACULTY: Turner, Slechta, Bush, Gabriel, Saman, Gleaves, McLeod, Hopper, Law, Merrill, Rose, Rolhe, Wruck. Department of Foreign Language Karl Gabriel, Chairman v. itt Humanities Robert Rieke, Chairman Department of History HISTORY FACULTY: Rieke, Abernathy, Hall, Morrill, Robbins. Wrigley. Josephson, Perzel. Ploger, Dunkley, Warren, Glennon, Krai. . - . . Humanities . . Loy Witherspoon, Chairman Department of Philosophy and Religion PHILOSOPHY FACULTY: Witherspoon, Corkey, Fishman, Presler, Thomas. RELIGION FACULTY: Witherspoon, Corkey, St. Clair, Gerber. 42 College of Mathematics and Natural Sciences Philip Hildreth, Dean, and Chairman of the Department of Biology Department of Biology BIOLOGY FACULTY: Hildreth, Hechenbleikner, Matthews, Menhinick, Darner, Haviland, Hogan, Edwards, Johnson. Mathematics and Natural Sciences . . . CHEMISTRY FACULTY: Burson, Kuppers, Norman, Croslhwaite, Gibson, Bush, DuBois, Walsh. Department of Chemistry Sherman Burson, Chairman ir ' J ti L " 1 • " fe: X " H fo A m ■II Mathematics and Natural Sciences . . . Joseph Schell, Chairman Department of Mathematics MATHEMATICS FACULTY: Schell, Cone, Coodrum, Basavappa, Embry, Markham, Nixon, Allen, Hedstrom, Linder, Lucas, M. Niccolai, Stewart, Leiva, Nabors, Porterfield, Pyles, Roth, Wright, Bernstein, Moon, P. Niccolai, Twery. 45 Mathematics and Natural Sciences . . . Victor Pollak, . Chairman ■ " Department of Physics PHYSICS FACULTY: Pollak, Vermillion, Mayes, Oberhofer. 40 Iv. College of Nursing Edith Brocker, Chairman NURSING FACULTY: Brocker, Caddell, R. Mauldin, Brady, Smith, Bouknight, Carlton, J. Mauldin. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Norman Schul, Dean i:; l_ Social and Behavioral Sciences . . . Alfred Stuart, Chairman Department of Geology and Geography GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY FACULTY: Suart, Schul, Clay, Alker, Lord, Orr, B. Fletcher, T. Fletcher, Jarrell, Walcott. 49 Social and Behavioral Sciences . . . POLITICAL SCIENCE FACULTY: Brenner, Lyons, Fleitas, McCoy, Carolyn Ranson. Department of Political Science Schley Lyons, Chairman Ml U Social and Behavioral Sciences Harvey Murphy, Chairman Department of Health and Physical Education HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY: Bostian, Kerr, Pemberton, Avant, Murphy. Social and Behavioral Sciences Louis Diamant, Chairman Department of Psychology PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY: Diamant, Schultz, Crimsley, Simono, Sohn, Bondy, Lamal, Talbuti, J, Williams, W. Williams, Karras, Kennedy, Shapiro. ••:• Social and Behavioral Sciences . . . SOCIOLOGY FACULTY: Green, Goodnight, Jordan, Lance, Roberts, Watson, Wilson, Phelps. Department of Sociology Barbara Goodnight, Chairman mm Q . : % y Si Opening tip of the first game ever played in the new UNCC gymnasium 57 Season Results UNCC 62 Tenn. Tech 49 UNCC 86 Austin Peay 84 UNCC 93 Bryan 76 UNCC 64 Buffalo 46 UNCC 73 Austin Peay 58 UNCC 67 Sewanee 69 UNCC 92 UT-Chatt. 88 (OT) UNCC 58 Ga. Tech 72 UNCC 49 Toledo 60 UNCC 68 Xavier74 UNCC 62 Texas A M 66 UNCC 101 Tusculum 50 UNCC 74 LSUN0 92 UNCC 89 So. Miss. 88 UNCC 104 Luther Rice 51 UNCC 63 Roanoke 76 UNCC 90 Ga. State 65 UNCC 79 Coll. of Charleston 63 UNCC 72 Appalachian 57 UNCC 60 West Georgia 53 UNCC 76 Appalachian 59 UNCC 84 Ga. Southwestern 55 UNCC 59 UT— Chatt.67 jf 1 i H JL L ; -j ' . M ; tH i i.u IP- B ' EAR • ■ " L " k V- ' E M UP 1 ' CVflw ' Bfctete il 1 -J - J - . V d _ 58 Sponsored by Kappa Alpha Psi The first annual Miss 49er Pageant KA¥ s MI 55 43 er PAGEANT » One of the twoUNCC Choruses Directed by Mrs. John Gaither ■.■ Dr. William A. Dailey conducts the UNCC chorus and the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra in his own composition Festival Te Deum 63 Intramurals u « t " XS Faculty Square Dance Murray Louis Dance Troupe Sponsored by UNCC CPCC N. C. Council of Arts 69 AAU Swim Meet o mil. I M ■ ' ju - " » £ w _ Festival in the Park An annual event in Charlotte Music Art a place to get away . h University Forum For the Sixth Annual Forum, nationally prominent Speakers on The Coming Years; Framework for Speculation. Buckminster Fuller on the Environment. Herman Kahn on the World economy. Getting it all Together on Spaceship Earth before It all falls apart. Sonja Malkime 75 UNCC RECOGNITION Named . . . In honor of Governor Moore, The Hall. In honor of Governor San ford. The other Hall. " B " for Garinger And " C " for Denny. Parents and wheels On golf carts and Guided tours of the Campus. The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Recognizes . . . )u mi WRESTLING 78 m KUNG-FU Miss Anna Fasul Miss Diane Vaughn HOMECOMING Miss Koko Knight Mil 1971 Miss Donna Stewart Miss Beverly Harrison Miss Cora Pearson 81 COFFEHOUSE PRESENTS 82 feM ■1 ♦- MINIMUM DAILY REQUIREMENT 83 TEAS... PARTIES HA LUAUS... CARROUSEL. • r r i rut 85 B B7zl!P flfl B B 1 " ' v B raft . LYSI STRATA 87 di BWOC . . . BIGGEST EVER THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE 89 4 JAMMING IT UP WITH CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD ACE TRUCKING COMPANY . MI «• ' - , " %: ' THE CHAMBERS BROTHERS . . . DELANEY, BONNIE AND FRIENDS In the great outdoors with The Chairmen of the Board, Moose, Ace Trucking Company, The Chambers Brothers, Delaney, Bonnie and Friends And all the crowds. lamming it up in The jiffy Johns with Cops and lights and Cold Weather. In the amphitheater. In the woods. In the spirit. 91 The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Honors and Awards Chemistry Award Wall Street Journal Award Charlotte Panhellenic Award . . . Nuring Honors Award Publications Award Alpha Kappa Psi Award LeGette Blythe Creative Writing Award UNCC Civinette Service Award . . , Virginia Dare Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists Robert Glasgow Frank R. Rayburn . Cora Pearson . . Marcia Johnson Steve Garrett, WVFN . . . Frank Rayburn . . . Mary Herrera . . Beverly Thomas Parks Warren Francis M. Fitzgerald Award Education Award . . . Mrs. Dimny F. Young Robert P. McGregor, Jr. Toni Ratajczak Mrs. Deborah G. Dryden Chi Phi Scholarship Award Charles Fagen Sportsmanship Award . Kappa Alpha Psi Kokenes Award for Proficiency in French Kokenes Award for Proficiency in History Kokenes Award in Visual Arts . . Mechanical Engineers Award James Anargeros Anderson Prize in English Aphrodite K. Anderson Prize in Mathematics Ernst and Ernst Accounting Achievement Award Pierre Macy Scholarship . . . . Charlotte Music Club Award . . Student Government Award . . Bonnie E. Cone Award Bill Mitchell Award Stephanie Andrews Mary E. Arnette . . . . JoanMickle Frank Bird Raymond R. Weidler Veronica L Sorban . Janette Davis Frank R. Rayburn . Mary E. Bennett . Deborah Feuer Marlene Whitley . . Clare Tausch . . Janette Davis Alan Hickok US w m® :; m£ • 5 ' vjj.w. ' i 1 : :£• . £-. ' ?M ' ,)if : . " ; i Hi :W.- ' i IB 3 «! ■ ' . m j Z m u " :-t ■ ' «S ? . «ffiw« t ; m ■■ ' . ■ ■■■■■■ . .■;-; ■■■■.- ' ■. ■■ 1 Rick Norton Barbara Rockecharlie Alan Hickok Student Government Association Each student a member, Electing . . . Representatives, Alan Hickok, President Rick Norton, Vice President Barbara Rockecharlie, Secretary Meeting, managing. Re-constituting the Government of The University of North Carolina At Charlotte. ' », J HHBHHHH BB HBHBHH Don Keaton Thurman Willis STUDENT COURT RESIDENCE HALL COURT Rick Johnson Ronnie Joyce ) J Wayne Stowe Powell Jones 99 Amy Brown Ma rty Beam Outward Bound - - ■: ■ UNCC ' sVENTURE In Linville Gorge Training . . . first aid, survival Hikes, rock climbs Falls, bumps, bruises Building confidence Initiative. Training advisors, counselors Climbing deeper into the self Learning to Solo. ' " ' . 7 I Engineer ' s Club Applying what others Have hardly heard; Building, Structuring, Controlling, Soundly. Making it work And knowing why. 102 fl Baptist Student Union Bringing together The faith of the University. Baptist Student Union, A non-denomination. Sharpening the Non-physical Individual. 103 Marcia Walker — Editor Susan Sutton Assistant Editor CAROLINA JOURNAL Collecting . . . News, interest. Apathy, praise, Controversy, Admiration. Marcia Walker, Editor. Distributing . . . The Everyday at UNCC. Under one banner. The file for the University. 1(14 Jd Sally Allison T r. i Patricia Stutt, Becky Armstrong Tom Alsop Steve Wilcox Student Broadcasting Association August . . . planning October . . . formation SBA Steve Garrett, General Manager Tom Swicegood, Assistant General Manager Mike Surratt, Program Director Linda Williams, Business Manager November . . . funds, membership Board of Student Publications February ... on the air WVFN 24 hours Live Airing our first. i " i, w V N uanuaKJiiJ Civinettes Serving Underprivileged Children Faculty families Teacher auction President Beverly Thomas Best in NC District West Collegiate Civitan JoAnne Buraglio District Governor Civinette of the year Service On the campus In the community. ins Alpha Kappa Psi i 109 Fencing Club Accenting the Individual. Defending, attacking. Excellence achieved Through singular Effort. Choosing weapons. If there ' s an art To not killing, This is it. fr l -. Cheerleaders Pom-poms and pyramids. Enthusiasm Turned on. Spurning others to greater Effort . . . Cynthia Sides, Koko Knight Dee Dee Vaughn, chief Beth Timanus, Michele Crawford Carol Solomon, Sharyn Solomon Vicky Rowe. Undaunted and Optimistic. To the last point, Cheer. MU Humphrey Cummings — Editor Dean Duncan — Business Manager S A N S K R I T 114 Diane Whitner Charlie Barnes STAFF JudyFrickie Victoria Hinson -p t Yta Heta § or OVltp ■ H ■ aim ■Htmirrsttn uf Nnrth (Tarnliiia at (fliarlultr uiri . ■ • . ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ i ' . • I " . " L-TfffC -JljjTij£j Qa tA «7fat-Os7!. £) 7.9UL n. i ' . ■ n.-r. ■ ■ A ■ ■ Q $ [14I4.I4. SISTERS Do It... Come out of your Shell with Nancy Brady, President Anna Fasul, First V. P. Mary Lou Heffner, Second V.P. Ginger Harris, Secretary To the Thompson Orphanage. Do it... Sick your rose out. PLEDGES Chi Phi Banded as brothers on North Tryon where the fun And UNCC ' s first house are. Accent on the social with parties. Dances, mixers, chartering with Kalabash At the Barringer and Sweet, sweet Bonnie Zippy-pinned. National ties and Local solidarity. Larry Marshall, alpha Chris Hodges, beta Henderson Duke, gamma Carl Cline, delta. Essence of fraternity. 118 mi -f: CHI PHI U±. b i± ■ -■%:] ' iS " ' 4% - ! 1 rf Si fkv I Him £ i ™ )l a i Alpha Delta Pi 120 ft M I DELTA DELTA DELTA Sisters of Delta Delta Until May Then . . . three times Delta. Elected. .. Peggy Caldwell, President Sharon Ballard, Vice-President Sandy McCoy, Treasurer Melanie Wilson, Vicky Rowe, Secretaries. Honored . . . Melanie Wilson, Homecoming Queen Sharon Ballard, Miss 49 ' er. Accomplished . . . Little sister in Hong Kong United Appeal Award Win-a-date raffle Slave Auction . . . Davidson. Sisters . . . One big pansy. Mm Diverse yet similar, Unique yet unified. Sharing an attitude Of sharing, growing, Serving. Making each a better man through Fraternity. f ' 1 H i ! ' If II II II | mJ IB w M i J Soul Phi Sou i. ' :; 129 IS! A V ' ifer mA ■ ■ . • ■■■• mmM ' ' ■ ■ • " , ' -. ' ■■- ' IP «s$ ' M- •■ ' . . m 4 -i ' MSSk SfeiKlEi i T tfMTiiwinr itiiiw liiin ' § raW ' J fa . ' V-f,: t pr fS s saptf f " ' - Sm iw y. ' T A beginning: registration, lines, receipts, confusion, lines, course cards, SAC members trying to help . . . 132 . classes closed, more lines, ID cards . . . ID cm . At last . . . relieving aching feet and muddled minds. 133 Dorms: moving in, closetful of clothes, packed cars, books and baggage . . . 134 . new roommates, home away from home. 135 ' . . . i . ..:i « ..1 What ' s different about dorm life? As the year moves along, residents realize more and more why they want to live here. 11 -» 136 ■. ! Although conditions are not always ideal, improvements are always being made. 137 m Living in an atmosphere of self-dependence and sensitivity . . . • • » A . always eventful, always something to be a part of, doing what you desire . gaining lasting friendships, experiencing and loving independence 139 . learning how to live on your own . . playing the domestic and survive r -■ A 140 141 u All commuters face the same problems: getting to campus on time, finding a parking place, and avoiding tickets, finding a perch between classes. 142 Living with the family, living in an apartment, managing college and a marriage. A place to eat, to mingle . . . 144 ' Where else can you experience pineapple fritters, cornish hen once a month and original shepherd ' s pie? . to talk, to watch. 145 To relieve the dreariness- each finds his own way of relaxing . . . 1 11 . a time and a way to unwind. 147 There ' s room for everyone to enjoy himself . . . m:: . . slice out the cards, down a coke, lendanear, bendanear. 149 :I!J - Everybody does his own thing . . . . . . and gains a meaning that comes from . . 1M . giving of oneself to make the whole a m success. K " ■ ' ■•6 ' « 7 i A SUCCESS. 153 Thank God for little things — the things memories are made of . . . for victories 155 for contentment, for transportation . 156 .for love, for cherubs, for gifts . . . 157 ... for holidays and special days . . . for quiet times, for antics and graffiti . . . l ' .li Ml 4o 159 Hr f, -vm+.vttmg t Thank God for God. mm v % Every student has individual needs and a longing to get away . . . H.. ' mm 163 1 ... to experience solitude, release and self-expression. 165 And wherever he goes . . . 11,1 . . . the student usually leaves a little something behind . . . 167 ii.;: . or takes something away — like funds. 169 r t r m Involvement ■M leadership J t % . feeling disappointment, happiness and anticipation 172 _ ...all fulfilling. 173 A Quest _ _ .. . the beginning of which and the direction of which is often lost in the anticipation of an end. An individual, a lonely, near forlorn pursuit of something 178 something which initially • .. seems tangible and in focus; 179 A m a cumulative search . . . which is • painful, gratifying . . relentless, unifying 182 •. m 5? ■•; V - f . . . and in the end, when you are finished .. . you are finished. v : " ■ ; •-■ ' -. ■ ■ 4 , . ,• .-r . J ' • ?• - « f .. sMjIj: y -Jl SF fr iff • : ,• t- y tmw JM s ! H i sy ePsgil mmm % s fj 1 - S aiJipj , -w a§. iS " mm mm »!; . = a: ! •« K P f y r -¥, : i% W -1 1-; » ipjpii t sSKS fill llSlfSta? £ UMJUlii«i JL S •-; v c • . 5 ■ ' -• ' 5 « ' •• » C . - 3» • • z • ■ « i ■ " i " V v 5 v - F: - x i!;:: 1 S 3 189 Giles Abernathy English Carol T. Adkins English Pat Arrowood History Mark S. Ashley Biology John Austin Harold Baker Psychology James Barefoot Business Administration Beverly C. Beaty Mathematics Tim Belk Geography Patricia S. Benfield English Patricia Black Nursing Allan Boger English Terry L. Bostian Electrical Engineering |o Ann Bowman English Sharon Brafford Fnglish William D. Bridges Business Administration Amy Brown History Gloria Brown French Ronald C. Brown Mechanical Engineering Stephen Brumley Business Administration Mary Bullock Psychology Kathleen Burns History Ronald C. Caldwell Biology Rena Carriker Mathematics Reid Carter Business Administration Delia D. Carver English James Cathey Business Administration William Chaney Business Administration David Christenbury History R. Kay Clements Mathematics Sherry Cline Music Johnny Cockrell English Mavis Collins History William Connolly History Beth Cook Geography Stephen Crane Political Science John Dabbs Business Administration Betty Davidson Mathematics Cayle Davis History Janett Davis Mathematics Jeraldine Davis Spanish Grace Edwards English Anna Fasul Psychology Josie Faulkner English Janice Ferguson English Paul Ferguson Accounting Sarah Fonville Psychology Ed Frias Mechanical Engineering 192 M» Frances Fulk English Marilyn Greene Nursing Gary Goodnight Sociology Walter Ham Psychology Darlene Hancock English Mary Harris History Anne Hatley Nursing David Hatley Electrical Engineering Mary L. Heffner Psychology Deborah Hensley Nursing Alan Hickok Mathematics Bobby High Business Administration Ann Hill English Elaine Hill English Tom Hixon Chemistry Ray E. Hollowell Business Administration 193 David Honeycutt Electrical Engineering James Hood History Larry Hoopawgh Business Administration Mary Jameson Sociology Mike Jamison Virginia Johnson Accounting Gilbert Johnston Electrical Engineering Deborah Jones History Michael Jones Geography Donald Keaton Biology Robert S. Kendrick Mathematics John King Russell Kologiski Biology Pam Lineberger Mathematics Jill Linker English George Lloyd Economics 194 Cynthia A. Long Spanish Mary Marsh Psychology Julia Mathews History W. T. Mauney, Jr. Psychology Lawrence Mt Bane Biology Margie McClung History Johnny McManus Business Administration Shirley Medlin Sociology Cindy Mickle English Karen Miller Business Administration Larry Miller Business Administration Eddie Millis Accounting Jean L. Montaron French Robert Moody Art Bruce W. Morgan Business Administration Johnnie Mumford Electrical Engineering 195 Donna M. Nelson History Anne Oliver Mathematics Vicki Osborne English Michael Ounallah History Susan B. Owen English Annett Owens Robert Paden Biology Joy Padgett History Joyce H. Parra Psychology Rebecca Parton Sociology Anne Perry Spanish Rex Perry Art Linda Philbeck English Norris S. Pierce History Barbara Plonk English Donna Raley English ■■ta D. Thomas Rankin History Janice Raper Psychology Harold Richardson Psychology Lindsay Robertson Mathematics Barbara Rockecharlie Business Administration Mary Rogers History Cherry Scruggs Sociology Sybil C. Sevic English »Si ' . . ' ..v!.v. m Jerry Shepherd Business Administration Sandy Sherrill Accounting Shiv Sibal Mechanical Engineering Barbara A. Smith Sociology Barbara Smith Psychology Benita Spencer Bennie L.Spencer Mathematics Debra Spivey Spanish 197 t,rtT i Gary Springer Accounting Donna Stewart Sociology Linda Stone English Rick Strickland Sociology Joyce Swicegood English Wayne Taylor Electrical Engineering Janice Thomas Nursing David Vaughn Business Administ ration Dianne Vaughn French Lynn J. Wallace Nursing Linda E. Walters Nursing Kathryn Ward English Mike Ward Mechanical Engineering Sybil Weaner Mathematics Roy Weidler Mechanical Engineering Arlene Westbrook Religion 198 Doug Whitley Business Administration Michael Wilborn History jack Wiley Electrical Engineering Computer Technology Thurman Willis Business Administration Wanda Willis English Ferolene Wilson English Alma Wood English Deborah L. Wood English Ronald Wright Electrical Engineering Donald Worrell Biology Cynthia Wyant History Cathy Yost English Ceraldine Koontz English Terry Turner English Mildred Griggs History 199 ' [ " ■ •»•» Freshman Officers President — Parks Warren Vice-president — Willie Pinkney Representatives — Clare Tausch Margaret Layman Robert Blue President . . Vice-president Sophomore . Larry Marshall Mike Mayberry •mi M. Officers Representatives Junior Officers President — James Cuthbertson Vice-president — Marlene Whitley Representatives — Ed Wayson Susan Sutton . . Stan Patterson LaVera Farnsworth 201 Ray A. Abernathy 2 Chuck Adams 1 Cynthia Adams 2 Carol Alberto 1 Janice Alberto 2 Judiann Allen 1 Melinda Allen 2 Nancy Allen 3 Russell Allen 2 Tommy Alligood 3 Sally A. Allison 2 Calvin Almond 1 Bob Anderson 1 Penny Anderson 2 Robin Anderson 1 Becky Armstrong 1 Milly Armstrong 2 Judv Arthur 3 David L. Askins 2 Anthony Atkinson 3 lay Atwell 1 Mary C. Baine 1 Gregory Baker Becky Balentine 3 Beckie Ballard 2 Kathy Barnisch 1 Wm. Randall Banks 1 Debbie Barbee 1 Bob Barker 1 Judy Barkhouse 1 James Barnes 3 Nancy Barry 1 Barry Bass 2 Linda Bass 2 Gary Batham Charles Beam 1 Donald Beame 1 Samuel R. Beaty 2 Carl Beaver 2 Debbie Beck 1 Deidra Bennett Mary Bennett 3 Fdward ) Bernson 1 Phaedra C. Berry! Karen Beshears 1 Barbara A, Best 3 Ghazi Biduan 2 Michael Bingham 1 202 Stephen Bishop 3 Chris Black Buddy Blackburn 1 Jerry Blackwelder 3 Larry Blackwelder 3 Ann Blanton 1 Steve Blanton 3 Lynne Blevins 1 Susan Blevins 2 Robert Bloodworth 1 Barbara Blue 1 Penny Boerman 2 D.Jerry Boggs 1 Francis Boles 1 GlendaBolick2 Sue Bondonsquire 3 Danny Boovey 3 Fonda Borders 1 David Bordsen 2 Jimmy Bost 2 Rebecca Bowers 2 Duffie Bozemande 3 Nancy L. Brady 3 Steven Bragg 3 Charles Bradley 3 Jeanette Branch 1 Vivian Brand 1 Linda L. Breeze 3 Dottie Bridges 1 Susan Bright 2 Gordon Briscoe 1 Denise Britt 1 Leta Brittain 1 Reginald Broome 3 Allan S. Brown 3 Elizabeth Brown 3 Michele Brown 2 Teresa Brown 1 David Bryson 3 Kathy Bryson 2 Priscilla Buchann 3 Celeste Bule 2 Charlotte A. Bunch 1 Ariett A. Burck 3 Wanda Burch 1 Kathryn Burgess 2 Sylvia Cable 1 Victoria Cain 1 203 LCUZi Johnnie Caldwell 1 Peggy Caldwell 3 Donald Callahan 3 BillCambell Ronald A. Carpenter 3 Ronald ). Carpenter 3 John Carnker 1 Tim Carriker 1 Suzanne Carscaddon 1 Karen Carter 1 Truex Vail Carter 1 Martha Casey 3 Judy Cheek 3 Allan Christensen Jane R. Church Sylvia Clanton 2 Faye Clements 3 Ronald Cline Rebecca Cloninger 2 Pat E,Clontz2 Sara M. Cochran 3 Carolyn J. Cohn 3 Janice Collier 3 Marcia Collier 3 Marcus Collier 1 Sandy Collins 3 Thomas Collins 3 Phyllis Conklinl Linda Connell 1 Kathy Conway 2 Patsy Conway 3 Karen Cook 1 Ralph Cook 1 Sandra K. Cook 1 Judy Cooke 2 Gary Cooper 3 Bonnie Corder 1 Larry Costner 3 Marvin Cotlingham 1 Patricia Courtney 1 Bonny Cox 3 Fran Craig 2 Karen Craig 2 Michele Crawford 2 Dottie ( rayton 1 Richard Crenshaw 2 Sharon Cress 2 Michael R. Crews 2 Danny R Crisco 2 Randall Crotts 1 Max Crowe 1 KathyCrowell 1 Melba Collins 1 lanet Curlee 2 James O. Cuthbertson 3 Bain Daniels 2 Judy Darnell 2 Glenna Davenport 3 Bettie W. Davidson 3 Harold Davis 3 Jackie Davis 1 Robert Davis 1 Robert E. Davis 1 Sandy Davis 1 Sarah Davis 1 Phillip DeBarry 3 Fran Deese 1 Deborah Dennis 2 Robert Disher 1 John Dishmon 1 Kathie Donahue 2 Karen Dorman 2 Margaret Douglas 1 Gary Downer 2 Robert Drum 2 Susan L. Drye 2 Henderson Duke 2 Thyra Eagle 1 Cordy Earle 1 Jack Echavarria 2 Nelson Echavarria 1 Rachel Edwards 1 RondalEller3 Harriet Emmons 2 Carole Evans 1 Janice Evans 2 Michele Evans 1 Richard Everhart 2 Darlene Falcons 2 Charles Fagan Lavera Farnsworth 2 Judy Ferguson 2 Barry Fincher 1 EmilyS. Flowers! Amanda L. Foster 1 Peggy A. Fox 205 Charles Frederick 1 Raymond Freeze 3 Wanda Freeze 1 Judith Frickie 3 Gave Frye 1 Wyette Frye 1 Dianne Gardner 2 Gary Gardner 3 Steve Garrett 3 )oy Garrison 2 Joel Gentry 1 Brenda Glenn 1 Rex Goff 1 Cathy Gossett 1 Steven Graham 3 PhyllisCrantl Nancy Grass 1 Robert Grau 2 Anna Graves 1 Nancy ). Graves 1 Patty Gray 1 Bruce Grayson 3 Catherine Greene 3 David Grice John Grice 1 Henry D. Griffin 2 Pamela Y. Griffin 2 Russell Gulley 3 Mark S. Guthrie 3 Barry Guy 3 John Gwinn 3 Thomas Gwyn 1 Charles Hamer 3 Joyce Hamm 2 Gay Hamner 1 Kathy Hamrick 1 Steve Hamrick 2 RoseAnn Hardison 3 BillieJ. Harkey W. HughHarkey2 Kristi Harl 1 Barbara Harmon 1 Margaret Harmon 3 Judy Harper 3 Cathy Harris 1 J Michael Hartis 3 Marilyn Hartley 2 Ann Hart man 1 ' Ml, ■ I Brenda Hartman 2 Sandv Harwell 2 Karen L. Hassett 3 Pam Hathcock 1 Danny Hatley 1 Gail Hatlev3 Vickie Hatley 2 Molly Hawfield 3 Ginny Hayworth 1 Chris M. Heale 1 Melvin D. Heilig 3 Donnie B. Helms 3 Mary J. Helms 3 Raymond Helms 1 John D. Hembv 1 Susan Henderson 2 Randall Henion 3 Linda Henry 1 Michael Hewat 2 C. Scott Hill 1 Gwendolyn Hill 1 Patricia Hill 1 ElmerHilker3 Bob Hinson 2 Jane Hodges 2 Randy Hoffman 1 Bobbie S. Holzel 2 Brenda Hogue 2 Pam Holbrook 1 Debbie Holder 1 Rita Holdman Mike Holland 2 Sharon J. Holland 2 Sharon Hollifield 3 Kenya K. Honeycutt 3 Judith M. Hooks 2 Chip Horton Lois E. Hopkins 2 Doris Horton 3 Kenneth Horton 1 Charles Howard Dianne Howard 1 John Howell 3 Mary A. Howie 1 Brenda Hoyle 3 MikeHoyle3 Martha Huffstetter 2 Margaret Hulak i ' W t g fB U Donna M. Humphries 2 Denise Hunevcutt 2 Elizabeth Hunt 1 Steve Hunt 3 Willene Husband 3 lames Hutchessl nn Hutchison 1 Patricia Hutchinson 2 James Hutton 2 Bruce lackson 3 Elaine lackson 1 Jackie lackson 2 Debbie Jamison 1 Catherine Jenkins 1 Dale Jenkins 1 Gail Cent 1 David Jetton 2 James Johnson W. Craig Johnson 2 Brenda Jones 1 Denise Jones 1 Gail Jones 1 Randy Jones 2 Donnie Jordon 3 Larry Jordan 3 Richard Jordan 3 James Jung 3 Millie Kale! William Keeter 3 Debbie Keith 1 Elizabeth Keith 3 Stephen Kemp 3 H Bruce Kepley 3 T. Sami Khan 1 James Killian 2 Rhonda A. Killian 1 Jane Kilpatrick 2 Nancy King 1 Randy W.King 1 Teressa King 1 Carol Kirt hin 1 Albert Kiser 2 Darretlyn Kiser 3 Sarah Kiser 1 Janet Lackey 3 Joyce Lambert 3 Kathleen Lamkin 3 Douglas Lane FFPE Gary Lane 1 Wanda Lankford 2 Robert Lark 3 John Lawrence 3 John Lawson 1 Margaret Laymon 1 Billy Layton 1 Niki Leach 1 Debbie Ledford 1 Lynn Ledford Jerry Lee 3 Sherry Lee 2 Janet Lehman 1 Diane Leonard 1 Sandra Lewis 3 Terry Lewis 1 Glenda Liles 3 Elfriede Lineberger 1 Patricia Lineberger 2 Alfred Liner 2 Samuel Liner 3 Karen Link 2 Ann Little 1 B.Jane Little 3 Jack W. Little 3 Nancy Little 3 Jerry Livingston 3 Wanda Lloyd 1 Lonnie Lockamy 2 Gerry Locke 2 Kav Locke 3 Richard Wright Loeb 1 Jane Mabry 2 J.R. Maner3 Victor Marke John Marshall 3 Larry Marshall 2 Ronald Marshall 2 Stephen Martin 1 Suzanne Martin 1 Vicki Martin 1 Virginia Martin 3 Venita Marton Robert Mason 3 Wilson Matthews 1 Palmer May 2 Teresia Maye 3 William G. McCalll 209 Ann McCarley 1 Ronnie VU ( arlej I loan McClure 2 Michelle McConnell 2 Beniamin McCorkle 3 5and) McCoy 2 PaulMcCullev 2 Pam McGee 1 Kim McGinnis 1 Beth McGregor 1 Martha McGregor Pam Mclntyre 1 Judith McKenzie3 David McKinney 1 Roddy McKinnon 1 Carolyn McNealy 3 Janice McNealy 1 Winnie McNeely Neal McQueen 3 Sue E. Meacham Steve Medlin 1 Gail Meekins 1 Carla Melchor 3 Sherry Mendenhall 1 Paul Mercier 1 Wanda Messer 1 Paula Meyer 2 Johnson Miller 1 Pam Miller 1 Joan Moore 1 Oliver Moore 3 Frans Moorees 1 Cathy Morgan 1 John Morgan 3 David E. Morris 1 Jennifer Morris 2 Joe Morris 2 Randall Morris Terry Morris 1 frena Morris 3 Robert Morrison 3 Deborah Moser 2 ( ynthia Moss 3 Brian Mullins 2 Myra Mullis 3 Barbara Murray 3 David Neel I Ken Neely 1 2aiPfiIl$ WEi2MF 210 George Neill 2 Karen Nelson 2 Phil Nesbittl Susan Nesbit 2 Pam Neville 1 Terri Newell 2 Kathy Newman 2 Elaine Nichols 1 Norma Nixon 3 A _ [Norma Nixon 3 ' X.J Margaret Norman 1 , i 1 LindaNorris3 ( , Charles P. O ' Cain Annice O ' Daniel 2 Vernon E. O ' Daniel Sharon O ' Donahue 1 John Oeland 3 Rick O ' Neal 1 Deborah Osborne 2 Kathy O ' Shields 1 Lynn Padgett 3 Tim Page 1 Cindy Parker 1 Golsdwyn Parker 2 Mary Parker 1 Mitchell Parker 3 James Parnell 1 Sara Parsons 1 Mary K. Patterson 2 Stan Patterson 2 Stephen Patterson 3 Nancy S. Paxton 1 James Pearce 3 Cora Pearson 1 Jean Penninger 3 Mary E. Perue 1 John Perry 3 Pamela Petit 3 Kathy Jo Philbeck 1 David Phillips 3 Millie Phillips 2 Paul Phillips 3 Ronnie Phillips 3 Norman Picard 3 B. Pielir Willie Pinckney 1 Debbie Plonk 2 Elizabeth Polk 2 James Polk 2 211 KayePolk3 Katrina Powell 2 Demse Prado 1 Carv Presnell 3 David Prvbylo 1 Nam y Puckett 3 Danrn Puntch 3 Cynthia Raborn 3 Sara Raburn 1 Becky Rainey 1 Karen Ramville 1 lean Randall 1 Bruce Ransom 1 Barbara Rathbone 2 Cathy Ray 1 W. Timothy Rayne 2 W. Langdon Reeder 1 Steve Reep 1 Robert Reeves 3 Richard Reiman 1 James Renas 1 James Remney 1 Rebecca Reyser Kathy Rhodes! Forest Riddle 1 Wayne Riddle Betty Ridenhour 2 Charlie Roberts 2 lerrv E. Roberts 3 Ann Robinson 1 Lynn Robinson 3 Berry Rock 1 Sherry Rodgers 1 Teressa Rojas Marcia Ross 3 Vicky Rowe 2 William Rucker III 2 Beverly Ruff 1 Stephen Ruhl 3 Barry Russell 1 Randy Russell 1 William Russell Karen Sacra 1 Sharon Saine 1 Cam Salt 2 lanice Sams 1 Mary L. Sapp 3 George Scherger i 212 Garrett Scotty 3 Larry G. Seamster 1 Susan Searcy 1 Kenneth Sellers 3 Sandra Shackleton 1 Donna L. Sharpe 1 Donald Shaver 2 William Shaver Charles Sheek 1 Johanna Shehan 3 Rhonda Sherrill 1 Jerry Shinn 3 Ben Shivar 1 Sharon Shook 2 Henry Shue 3 Ronnie Siabolt Cynthia Sides 1 Nina Sides 1 Terry Sides 3 Gail Sigmon 1 Jerry Sigmon 2 Marsha Sigmon 1 William Sigmon 3 Nancy M. Simmons 1 Barbara Simpson Gerald Simpson 3 Martha Simpson 2 Reba Simpson 3 Rusty Sitton 3 Jean Slaughter 2 Terry Sloan 3 Andy Smith 1 Delia Smith 3 Melanie A. Smith 2 Mike Smith Sandra Smith 1 Tony Smith 1 Warren Smith 3 Janet Snell 1 Susan Snider 2 Carol Solomon 2 Sharyn Solomon 2 Bet sy Splawn 2 Mary Starling 1 Larry Starnes 3 Lynn Stavrakas 3 Marty Steven 1 Steve Stevens 1 213 Charlotte Stewart 1 Sandra L. Stokes 3 Patricia Stone 1 Patricia B. Stone 1 Linda C. Stroupe 3 Collins Stukes 2 Teresa ). Sumners 2 Marilyn Sutton 2 Susie Sutton 3 Donald Swafford 3 Dorothy M. Swain 1 Thomas Swicegood 3 Brenda Swindle 3 Sue Talley 1 Clare M. Tausch 1 Robert Taylor 3 Tommy Taylor 1 Rhonda Teague 2 |an Tedder 2 Deborah Theraos 2 Beverly Thomas 3 Pamela Thomas 1 Sharon D. Thomas 1 Susan Thomas 3 Dawn Thompson 2 Debbie Thompson 1 Heather Thompson 1 Wanda Thompson 3 Melody Thornburg 3 Nell Tilghman 1 Beth Timanus 3 Lucia Tompkins 2 Terri Tooms 1 L- Ann Travis 1 Mary A. Troutman 1 Richard Tyron 3 Meimei Tsai 2 Tom Tysinger 1 Tommi Tyson 3 George Vaughn 3 Wanda Vickery 2 Anna Villalon 2 Carol Vincent 3 Janice Vincent 1 Sandra Violette 1 Fred W. VonCannon )o Allen Waggy 1 Connie Wagoner 3 214 Patricia Wall 1 Samuel Wall Kathleen Walsh 2 Joyce S. Walter 3 KathyP. Ward 3 Jeffery Warren 1 Kathy Warren 1 Medhi Watanasiriroch 3 Kirby Watson 1 John Wayland 1 Daniel Wayson 1 Edward Wayson 3 Lane M.Wells Paula R. Werner 1 Mac Westbrook 2 Kathy Westen 1 Gail White Jean Whitley L. Marlene Whitley 3 Rebecca Wike 2 Stephen Wilcox 1 Christina Williams 2 Diane Williams 2 Linda Williams! Tommy R. Williams 3 Joyce Willis 1 Kathy Willis 2 Laura J. Willis 1 Mary Willis 2 Ben Steven Wilson 3 Charles Wilson 1 Doris Wilson 1 Lonnie Wilson 3 Melanie Wilson 2 Pam Wilson! Carlton Wilton A. Curtis Wise 2 Mary A. Witherspoon 2 Diane Witner 2 John L.Wolfe 3 Donna Worrell 3 Karen L. Wright 1 Donna Wyss 2 Gail Yandle2 Cayle Yarborough 1 Douglas York 2 Judy Younts 1 I ' V ' J L i 1 Rogues ' n Rascals Staff Allan Boger Nancy Little 216 Melanie Wilson Peggy Caldwell Brenda Hoyle Suzy Owen Charley Hartis Staff Not Pictured Suzanne Carscaddon Judiann Allen Wyman Anthony Kenneth Simmons Kenneth Foster i;: Acknowledgements Th e Rogues ' n Rascals is compiled annually by students of the University of North Caro- lina at Charlotte to be distributed to all under- graduates who have attended UNCC for the entire year. The 1971 Rogues ' n Rascals was printed by Delmar Publishing Co. in Charlotte, with class pictures done by Metro Portraits of Charlotte. Editor Suzy Owen Business Manager Allan Boger Advisor Dr. Edward Perzel Academics Editor Peggy Caldwell Activities Editor Nancy Little Student Living Editor Melanie Wilson Staff Suzanne Carscaddon Brenda Hoyle Judiann Allen Kenneth Foster Kenneth Foster Kenneth Simmons Wyman Anthony Photographers Charles Hartis Mike Smith Tom Alsop Steve Wilcox Bud Ranson George Neill Greg Eckerd Dean Duncan Many thanks to all the Rogues ' n Rascals staff. A special thanks to Herb Eaton, our Delmar representative whose patience and help have gotten us through this year. Thank you, too, Bill for putting up with me through all this. d Ytf (dustrJ 219 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 225 S.TRYON 464 EAST WAY DRIVE CHARLOTTE SOUTH PARK HERRIN BROTHERS COAL ICE CO. 332-2193 or 332 6963 315 E. 26th Street Charlotte, N. C. FUEL OIL KEROSENE BUILDING SUPPLIES For Year Round Service To Suit the Season Since 1929 BB LM
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