University of West Georgia - Chieftain Yearbook (Carrollton, GA)

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4 ...-l - A ,7 J t-p y : i 4- t e M kf L ' 4 » . " . y N : r, (? .u » ' CHIEFTA IN 1977 and alone and without his nest shall the eagle fly across the sun ■ ; ' for the breath of life is in the sunlight and the hand of life is in the wind -Ik. { m % i v S f V . - ■ . . the musician may sing to you of the rhythm which is in all space, but he cannot give you the ear which arrests the rhythm nor the voice that echoes it B i 1 1 mm ■HIIMF H P .f B i « B % ' , , f ' f. " i Hl lR ' .s3b B 1 AIM: $s « M,, for reason, ruling alone, is a force con- fining; and passion, unattended, is a flame that burns to its own destruction ■ ■• A : . ;■.» mT " :Wi X wmk among the hills, when you sit in the cool shade of the white poplars, sharing the peace and serenity of distant fields and meadows %:Ad. j j ? I i ' -t t ' »t- i . - v.- f A " j ff r. ' i t ,,1 , -.K •y-[ ' v ' 7 ' y- r ;-4r3 r s " .i« « ■ ' . ■Mi ' A ' i ij- ; 1- Hi. 1 W %5 j % «--- s I VSKFi ' 1 1 P 1 ' .witi t . i iM. y y •%f . " ' T ' X .X- A Dedication to . . . Dean Georgia Martin If he is indeed wise he does not bid you enter the house of his wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind. ■A m P mm- ■ r H; ' M A I B B BUlIs •» .! • ' 9 s tSW u Dr. Maurice K. Townsend President 20 Jllcst feorgia (College (CarroUton, (georgia, 30117 Dear Graduates : Commencement represents one of those high points in your lives when tangible evidence of accomplishments is celebrated. It is a symbol only and, in itself, has relatively limited value. But the accomplishments that a commencement exercise portrays are of fundamental significance to you, your families and friends, and, equally important, your society. Educated men and women are the basis for this count ry ' s future. In a way, this fact is more true now than twenty or fifty years ago. Professional re- quirements in the business community, health services, government programs and bureaus, and communications industry increasingly are exemplified. Newpaper and television reports about people appointed to high indus- trial and governmental responsibilities rarely fail to mention educational accompl ishment s . Because you have achieved this goal which we cele- brate at commencement and because your futures are significantly brighter by this achievement, I wish to convey to you in this way my personal congratulations and best wishes for coming success. Sincerely , ' iiA i ' y ' ' hh - Maurice K. Townsend Pres ident Dr. John M. Martin Vice-President and Dean of Faculties a; 03 to LO 03 1— c o o u c o u o o _c U 22 J ' a 73 ■ n IT X OJ - i -- o, V- , 1— r r- a OJ D OQ rD c ? CD rD n 2J E 03 3 u u. O c a; n " D 0) 03 4— 03 C U O 1 1 Q to 24 m 2 iA ho ' s Who Among Students In A Emily Suzanne Adams Bonny L. Askew Barbara H. Auble Peer E. Baekgaarc Jr. Harold D. Balcom Jr. Fay Patricia Benjamin Robert William Bolding Jesse Samuel Burbage II Jill Ann Bybee Ann Townsend Collier Debbie Louise Cox Joseph O. Elliott Kathryn L. Entrekin Claudia Flowers joy Marsha Goldin Judith A. Graves Donna Jeanne Hipp Willie James Ingram Carole Sue Johnson Rowanne Joyner Cynthia Marie Kurtzhals Jessica A. Lee Sandra Smith Lukens Thomas Porter Maddox Judy Mardelle Malcom Karen J. McClanahan George Clark Mitchell Jr. Cheryl L, Nelson Michael Wayne Pendleton Linda F. Powell George A. Pugh Jr. Paula Noel Schuler George Gregory Shadrix Joyce Anne Steelmon Carol Yvonne Stramm Kathy Denise Swafford Ronald J. Taylor Mary Ellen Thompson Randall Fred Townsell Lizabeth Joanne Trewhitt William Terry Turner Mark Veljkov Cynthia L. Weaver Margie Gail Williams Terri Wilson Dana Woyce ajjisjaAmfi UBDuaiuv u| siuapnjs Su ■- • sss, 1 1; ||te Syndicated Cartoonist Visits WGC O«0fcW ' it-iWer M,;.N( ' Mind If I Join You? " From the hoopla that surrounds the American political scene, David Boyd pulls the humorous incidents and records them visually for the American public. This year he has had no lack of material. The elections of 1976 and their major characters, Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, have provided Mr. Boyd with an abundance of material. The Chieftain Staff extends our thanks to Mr. Boyd for providing us with his political cartoons. David Boyd the SOVEREIGN STATE of AFFAIRS by Boyd Wo« AFieR U5TGNING TO THE PEBATCS AHO 0BSB lN6 gOTH CANDIDATES... V rtM DO You THINK (STMt MOST IMPoerANT [S6uE B FO( OUR COUMTW 1 WHO ' 6 GOING TO WIN THE WOeiD SERIES. ' 28 Washington Watch-Dog Checks Out Campus Jack Anderson Of all the investigative reporters on the scene today perhaps the most widely known is Jack Anderson. Although he personally dislikes the term ' muckraker ' , he reluctantly admits that he falls into that group. But through Mr. Anderson ' s persistence and determination some of the best kept secrets that Washington politicians have to hide have become public knowledge. Mr. Anderson believes that since government officials no longer have a rubber stamp that says ' CENSORED ' they have turned instead to rubber stamps that say ' TOP SECRET ' . Jack Anderson devotes his syndicated column to publishing the errors and mistakes that politicians would rather see filed away from the public view forever. Mr. Anderson is committed to the idea that the American public is entitled to know what it is getting for its ' money and trust. Rosie Grier 30 Drama of WW II Presented On Campus " The Diary of Anne Frank " was presented by a student cast during Fall Quarter. It was just the beginning of a series of excellent student productions. % Collect T ir ( ' E present ■ The Diary of Anne Frank A oir. is-i g.ao M tjioo Sruoe rs vto euiTV ay Xa ' t a y CiJ U ue n A ers Oi-o ., Am. J f • Nov. t-19. A -de n S-6e . Students Provide Own Entertainment The students provided their own fun and entertainment at numerous dances and concerts. Z-6 was a favorite site for dances and many organizations took advantage of its facilities. Homecoming Concert and Dance ■W - ; •- ■ - . ' ' ' it8lfie " " " ' i m-j " ' ... ,. r WSl H WtKMm .hM m ■HtoJK H ' " " " " M B EQHli , P| M . M W ' ' - ■ rai , . ' W ■ ' ' ' ■■ " ■ " ■■ ' fe ' --. - After a vain attempt by old man winter to prevent homecoming, the festivities finally got underway with a bonfire sponsored by Sigma Nu. Later, a dance, featuring Shotgun, got the weekend off to a rousing start. Homecoming Parade 1st Place - Kappa Sigma 2nd Place - Delta Delta Delta 3rd Place - Phi Kappa Alpha !! GO BRAVES GO!! !! GO BRAVES GO!! !! GO BRAVES O BRAVES GO!! !! GO BRAVES GO!! !! GO BRAVES GO!! PARK m R£AR ?0THERSI0f3 ' BLD . ' !! GO BRAVES GO!! !! GO BRAVES GO!! !! GO BRAVES !! !! GO BRAVES GO!! !! GO BRAVES GO!! !! GO BRAVES GO!! !! GO BRAVES GO!! !! GO BRAVES GO! ! !! GO BRA GO!! !! GO BRAVES GO!! !! GO BRAVES GO!! !! GO BR omecoming Court Homecoming Queen Debra Mitchell 1st Runner-Up Renee Pitts 2ncl Runner-Up Cathi Cahalan 3rcl Runner-Up Brenda Gibson 4th Runner-Up Joy Willingham Beauty exist everywhere- in the sky; in the trees and flowers; and in people. Every year at homecoming the student body picks the girls they consider to be the most beautiful at West Georgia College. The following pages are devoted to these girls. ' " ' ' ««l»»AJI iij Homecoming Queen . . ■vl;-. ,g .-?g?- £ » ' «aw I ■ Miss Debra Mitchell 41 Second Runner-up Miss Kathi Cahalan Delta Delta Delta Homecoming First Runner-up Miss Renee Pitts Black Student Alliance 42 Court Fourth Runner-up Miss Joy Willingham Baptist Student Union Third Runner-up Miss Brenda Gibson Bovvdon Hall 43 Belonging . . . serving . . . having a place .1 . Clubs and Organizations supply a cause, goal and common interest for members to share. Students have an outlet to express their ideas Tp and at the same time have an opportunity to improve their school and community. Through working together with others, every individual reflects his own ideas upon everyone else. Bonds. of unity are formed in each club when striving for a certain goal. Many things would not have been possible if the students had not committed themselves to the institution of INVOLVEMENT ... n3 -4— ' 0) 03 _Q E 03 03 Carolyn Wayne, Ann Hughes, Connie Smith, Elaine Ratliff, Ann Godwin, Martha Childs, Patricia Hart, Dorothy M. Joiner, Sue Garner, Linda Doyal, Sandra York, Grier Hicks, Sandra Ennis, Phyllis Barber, Diane Allgood O U U Bunny Hubbell — President, Jan Perkins — Vice President, Tricia Van Horn — Sec. Treas., Ann Collier — Scrapbook, Nina Allison, Tisha Clark, Sally Eirod, Kathy Entrekin, Peggy Fields, judi Graves, Rowanne joyner, Jessica Lee, Sandra Lukens, Cindy Lunsford, Jan Martin, Cheryl Nelson, Patricia K. O ' Grady, Alma Stewart, Cynthia L. Weaver, Lillian C. Webb, Gail Williams, Gayle D. Worthy. 46 Zan Stallings — President Karen McClanahan — Secretary Dr. Claxton— Advisor Dr. Dostourian — Advisor Dr. Joe Sharp— Advisor Mr. Richard Ingle Randy Tovi ' nsell Larry Hitch Ben Hyatt ■ S SVa " . V.J ' . «. - ' ' " ,, " J ■a 7s z m o " 3 47 Donald May — Advisor Perry Holland — Whitesburg Greg Thomas — Villa Rica David Williams — College Park Georgia Clarke — Carrollton Troy Lawler — Bowden Jim Ashworth — Calhoun Mike Rikard — Smyrna John Collins — Mineral Bluff Jim Dahl — Advisor George Hale — Douglasville BobbyNew — Lithia Springs Cliff Durrence — Blackshear Ron Ownby — Dalton James Stinson — Dalton John Courtney — Atlanta Bob Boiling — Rome Bill Kraus — Carrollton Dean Channell — Greensboro 48 .WijKWMWaw lMM T . Dr. Noel Powell — Adv. Jessica Lee — Pres. Jenny Simpkins — Vice Pres. Kathy Saint — Sec. Linda Powell — Treas. Bunny Hubbell — Reporter Johnny Powell — Hist. Carol Simpkins — Pari. Carole Johnson Mary Clark Janet Bentley Jenny Moris Dianne Bishop Gail Williams Evelyn Hausler Cathy Black Annie Fitzpatrick Beth Hearn Marjory Dixon Mark Simpkins Donna Fennell Tina Ham Joan Gamble Janet Piper Dana Woyce Debbie Trenor Darlene Scott Larry Manry Anita Williams Danny Willis Lauri Levan Cathy Krews Venessa Turner Chris Webb Gary Spradlin 49 03 a re 03 •I— ' a; Q - ' I David Seiber Roberta Gibson Wilton Key Edwin Blue Joe Mann Jeff Lorentz 50 n 57 Chieftain Staff Lori LeVan - Features Editor Ike Hallman - Ads 52 Art Johnston - Greek Editor 1 HMj m l B u " HI H kI ' t , J |H M jM I BhP ' HMj B M w ' wsr w 1 wM Pan:i Hobbs Mary Hammal, Teesy Cassard Kerry Elliott - Ads Rebecca Lambert Not Pictured: Johnny Powell; Thurmond Tillman, Photographer; Fred Ledbetter, Photographer; Rita Ivey, Photographer. Doug Branan - Photographer 53 c o re u o c o a c D Jayne Warren Bob Bolding LaWanda Copeland Jesse Burbage - President Willie Ingram Finance Chairman Sheila Elliott Jim Blalock Johnny Powell George Pugh Buddy Oldfield Diane Dunn Monty Cagle Sammy Hudson Bonny Askew Gail Williams Cathy Dyer Cathy Stewart Marie Bjerkerot Lynn Davis Joy Taylor Channing Russell Jeff Dean Sammy Hudson Barbara Bailey 54 55 Chris Drummond Lisa Miller Lisa Taylor Debbie Godbee Mike Pendleton Jo Hodge Monty Cagle Cindi Lunsford Margaret Barrett Catherine Crouch Ricky Mchaffey Dr. Kennedy Sammy Hudson Tom Houghtaling Bob Foley Christine Austine Alan Walsh Mona Howell Tony Taryla Alan Gunter 56 »f ?t37 ' .r ' lakHETTC ■D CD NATIONAL SERVICE FRATERNITY Swain Harris, Pres.; John Steadham, Vice Pres.; Dennis Brooks, Vice Pres.; Steve Nunnally, Sec; Charles Cook, Honorary Adv.; Doug Troutman, Sect. Chairman; Linda o 3 CTQ ecomlng Nominee; W Sfs MKyehb |; haron Nunnally, Kathy Kenny, ] Sears " aria Hines - " ' • ' 57 OFFICERS Mark Witham - Summer Missions Chairman Nancy Keeney - Social Chairman Stephen Bassett - Publicity Chairman Jan Sloan - Devotion Chairman Judy Malcolm - President Allen Brooks - Missions Projects Chairman John Caylor - Campus Minister Teresa Atkinson - Soul Scroll Editor Jan Enterkin - Music Chairman 58 Jeanie Smith — President Lois O ' Donnell — Vice President Karen Reeves — Secretary Evelyn Lame — Treasurer Mike Cordle — Director ji o c Q_ O Susan Allen Joy Smith Jeanne New Marshall Neely Bonnie Neely Evelyn Lame Grier Hicks Jeanie Smith Cindy Brown Suellyn Hanson Marsha Wright George Wright Ralph Sanders Pam Hindman Jan Cochran Martha Childs Laura Herron 59 o u Kim Goodrum Art Johnston Rodney Ownbey Tamara Hoover Rex Hooker Steve Moore Mike Manion Sue Conrad Lou Anne Slye Dr. John Upchurch Dr. Robert Myers Pam Hobbs Rod Ownbey Vicki Myers Mike Moore Billy Wood Susan Hutcheson Dave Brackett Cindy Weaver 60 61 C c 03 C o n3 +-» C 62 Z V ■ rt) cy r-K Geor ' J Ly 0f ■ f OQ wf CU i 1 n 1 iL lJ hoir 63 03 Q Tisha Clark Nan Irwin Jane Bell Sally Elrod Rhonda Johnson Marianna Fuller Dawn Pruitt Jan Entrekin Joan Edwards Nina Allison Tisha Clark Bonnie BuFalo George Yates Cheryl Nelson Rhonda Johnson Beth Trewhett Sally Elrod Jay Burgess Jane Bell 64 Chester Gibson — Coach George Pugh Mike Stribling David Smith Terry Bork John Witling— Coach Irwin Sperling Randy Evans Tony Tant C 3 o 73 " fD rf n Q rea r+ I " 0 D m 70 n CD 65 c o U o to to £ 03 u 13 03 Demise DuBose, Billy Jones, Ralph Joynes, Michael " Too Tall " Johnson, S. W. Kelly, Virgil White, Larry B. Ramsey, Lee Ann Parrott, Micheal Exner, Terry Bagwell, William Brown 66 Hugh Burke — 1 David Granath ZT " Charles Hadley CO Cynthia Lunsford Kristi Ogle (— f Yslan Hicks CD Keith Scott Anthony Briscoe Dolly Berry Monty Cagle Sherry Gray — Advisor Ln n i • rD r 73 rD rD D O 67 Larry B. Ramsey Anne Walker Mark Miller Donna Schumaker Robin Avant Mac McCurdy Kirk Strickland Billy Dixon Johnny L. Po well Jimmy Blalock Bill Fite Jeff Dean Neil Cornwall John B. Porterfield James R. Dofano Daryl Wigley Larry Darby Dr. Frank Hunsicker 68 Tom Eubanks Dan Simpkins Karl Steimen Marlon Weaver Jack Pullen Harold Gersch Mavis Riding Lewis H. Larson Craig Sheldon — Advisor n CD (D o OQ n c cr Richard Sanders Rick Highsmith Rob Frost Steve Duncan Keith Kribbs Tim Chown Dean McCartney Charles Swann Eddie Joyce Summer Long Johnny Waters Yonnie Williams — Pres. Burt Carter — Vice Pres. Claire Crawford — Sec. Chari Williams — Treas. Peggie Fields — Hist. Mike Bohn — Bartender 69 " Bravettes Cathy Dyer— Captain Jill Bybee — Co-captain Mark Jacobson — Manager Coach Smith— Advisor 70 Kay Peters Juanita Cooper Judy Turner Sandy Dixon Susan Chambers Deborah Watkins Caria Mines Terri King Cathy Jones Pat Mitchell Rhonda Thomas Patrice Robinson 71 CO Kirk McConnell Jesse W. Davis Phyllis Booker Brenda Gibson Alice Williams Mike Wilson Peggie Tyler Sam Christian Malanese Sterkins Amy Daniel Jim Penn Sammy Gambke Romano Roberson Ronnie Gibson Tammy Reynolds Jesse Arnold Sherri Tuggle Elizabeth Moore Penny Boykin Robert Williams Katrita Looney Willie Ingram — President Aaron Prater — Vice President Cheri Buffington — Treasurer Luwanda Copeland — Parliamentarian 72 -pip i ' l Iml ' , 73 ' ■--«l u o c o u UJ Dan Newhouse, Channing Ruskell — Pres., Chris Lingle — Advisor, Glen Franks, Andy Taylor. ( ) 03 U D UJ u o to C Mary Baker — President, Kathy Pass — Secretary, Mona Howell — Pub licity Chairman, Dolly Berry. Dr. Georgia Martin Satu M. Penttinen-Finland Shu-Mei Tien-Taiwan Harriet H. Tu-Taiwan Takako Tetsumi-Japan Dorral J. Weech-Bahamas Bassey Offiong-Nigeria Keiko Kawamura-Japan Por-Sheng Ghang-Taiwan Yoshimi-Japan Taraneh Alikhani-lran Julian Berezdivin-Cuba Victor Carew-Venezuela Photios Costopoulos-Greece Helen Costopoulos-Greece Usama Dadu-lsrael Joshua Deitas-Micronesia Ben Farbstein-Canada Frane Franicevich-Yugoslavia Dr. Peter Pih-Advisor Elizabeth Habie-Guatemala Trevor josephson-Canada Mohamed Lamrani-Morocco Paris K. Lefkopoulos-Greece Henrietta Nasser-Israel Edet Offiong-Nigeria Sing Pang-Hong Kong Axel P. Pira-Guatemala Julian Sanchez-Spain Ping Suwannapat-Thailand John Werth-Canada Stephen D. Wurtz-Canada Murat M. Yucel-Turkey John R. Cortez-Mexican American Lucy Finnie-Puerto Rico Estela Galas-Cuba Stephen Grant-Canada Bunny Hubbell-United States Sarah Mings-United States Bob Bolding-United States Barbara Bailey-United States 75 +-» (D • U O C o +-» 0) 03 C o 03 c a; c c D I 76 O) David Jackson — President Paul Bishop — Vice President David Ward — Vice President Barry Moore — Secretary Bruce Parham — Treasurer Tim Wiggins Steve Chester John Godwin Mac Mollis Danny Jones Ralph Joynes Brooks Lansing Kent Saxon Mark Sherill Rollins Keen Kim Weeks Matt Britz Rob Devaney Stan Smith Randy Dabbs Carl Doss Donnie Mathews Mlirat Yucel Kent Lovvorn Debbie Goff Jim Boyd 77 . ■ji- i ' 1 J¥«.l " i a Im According to Webster, a diversion is " the act or an instant of diverting from a course, activity, or use. " In this section we have tried to capture West Georgia students in the act of diverting from the course of study and class. m :i ' i f!! 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Q. o o o 5 ° - o a; o Q. ■D i 107 SPORTS -SSk . » ■.iv ' ' . ■ ' - ' ' , 1 i - wr i-nawiff MiTw I ' ll. 1 . SUSji SSlllS f -r 1 5 J 5 -2S,«JP?5 , ' L 1 ■■- ' • ' j mfefi ' --■ 1 ■■-t- : Km - 1 ' ■■ i- ' - ' S- ' - l ' -- ' 1 ; . ' - ' x ! " ■ H H A P (l v» ' 977 Braves 770 Assistant Coach Bob Lamphier (Captain Teri Lawrence iCaptain Sam Christian Head Coach Roger Kaiser 711 kSil .»TA ■ ' " I So 1 ( 33 N. Aff 5 sz i% ' ' V, y ' .f. V .■A 55 r X 42 ' rrm ■,mi m M " - L m 11 i ▼ 1 1 || i S !S » » » 8 ' f ■ Si ' ' i ■ mMW i B K ■ » l y iiwn " la .iMM m U - wpMWMBatBEM M K 1 sV 1 ► i ' .• ' fstina. Lady Braves 118 WEST GEORGIA COLLEGE CHEERLEADERS " Two bits, four bits, six bits a dollar, all for West Georgia, stand up and holler. " This was only one of the many yells that express the hopes and devotion of the 1976-77 cheerleaders. From the beginning of the basketball season until the very end, WGC cheerleaders proved to be the most loyal and concerned group of fans on campus. Although spirit was lagging at times throughout the season, team support became greater when the Braves went up against some of their toughest competitors. Some of the activities of the cheerleaders include leading cheers at both home and away games, and promoting the games through posters and announcements. New cheerleaders are selected annually on the basis of coordination, voice, appearance, personality, poise, and eye contact. 720 727 Golf U2 123 I . Baseball The team members are: Brad Campbell, Sid Sprewell, Leonard Hartsfield, Bubba Dubose, Phil Taylor, Bruce Atwater, Benny McElroy, Jimmy Blalock, Jeff Bennett, Chris Chriswell, Mike Hamer, Bill Fite, Barry Evans, Dave Carlisle, Dan Logan, Lynn Ayers, Bill Taylor, Tim Snipes, Mike Cash, Tony Nix, David Detzer, Deland Cochran, Mark Camp and Kent Hatterick. 124 125 The Volleyball Heroes 726 n7 Tennis West Georgia Soccer Club Since the club ' s orgin, 1968-69 through 1973-74, soccer season was primarily held in the Fall. However, during the past four years, the club has developed its activities through Spring Quarter. Reasons underlying this developement have been: (1) increased monetary support by the Intramural Program, (2) in- creased student-faculty par- ticipation. According to a 1977 Sports Par- ticipation Survey, by the National Federation of High School As- sociations, Soccer rated tenth most popular high school sport and second fastest growing boys sport during the last two years. The club ' s annual activities range from inter-Collegiate matches during the Fall and Spring season to active participation in the Soccer Intramural Program in the Winter. Due to a late start this past fall, the Soccer Club participated in six inter-collegiate matches end- ing its 1976 Fall Season with a disappointing 3-3 win loss record. Among the opposition were: Georgia Tech, University of Georgia, Taccoa Falls and Columbus College. Under the guidance of Dr. Dave Dugan — Faculty Advisor, Robert " Chico " Moss — Acting Coach and active members, John Green, Doug Del and Robert Batte, the Club looks for a suc- cessful 1977 Spring Season. Other established members re- turning are: Tom Sola, Mark Roland, Tom Callahan, Mark " Bait " Graham, Bill O ' Brien, Ronnie Alkire, Steve Thurman, Charles " Woody " Wojcik, Curtis Wright, Robert Roemer, Jim Jandl, and Mike Michelson. Among prospective members to participate this spring: Mike Coloumbe, Tim Allen, Joshua Deltas, David Holton, Lee Mor- ris, Earl Morris, Rex Rooker, Mike Boyd, Tim Duggan, Ricky Smith, Chris Wilson and Richard Gay. h » Track aLt S! ,- JViW S liW David Bevins, Bennie Gilstrap, Willie Cox, Brent Wilson, Trent Wilson, Donald Ferguson, Terry Heard, Randy Houston, Robert Watley, Hugh Toro, Virgil White, Nolan Wood, Ahton Sheppard, Ricky Silver, Mike Hooker, David Warren, Earl Morris, Allan Moon, Gil O ' Neal, Howard Langston, Tim Christopher, Head Coach Phillips, Jim Gaines — Assistant Coach, Joe LaBoon — Assistant Coach 732 134 -«?? 135 Intramurals . iXs m ' V r sl ' 1 V ' Bniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Sel Suzanne Adams Patsy Allen Bonny Askew Patricia Austin Wanda Austin Charles Bagwell Mary Baker Betsy Ball James Barber Stephen Bassett Janet Bentley Xavier Berezdivin Teresa Biilingsly Marie Bjerkerot i Cookie Boddie Phyllis Booker David Brackett James Brantley Martin Brown U4 LH Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Senior Marvin Brown Shan Bucek Douglas Buckalew Daniel Byers Judson Byler Victor Carew Lewis Carr kath Carrol Donna Carter 145 Search For New Vic Jerry Carter Susan Chree Sam Clonts Marsha Collins Cindy Cox Marshall Cowart Kay Crain Mark Crawford Angela Daniels Donna Dean 146 President Underwa Chervl Delance Jackie Dothard Diane Dunn SalK EIrod William Exner Dua ne Fears Susan Fields Martha Fletcher Angela Fuller Melissa Fuller 147 Jobs, Jobs, Ha Peter George Brenda Gibson Fred Gilbreath Farris Goodrum Judith Graves Kelvin Gray Angela Griffith Ken FHaase Ike FHallman Lee Harris Cynthia Haygood Michael Hefner Gwendolyn Hendrix Anybody Seen A Job? Mary High Michael Hooker William Houghtalin Mona Howell Bunny Hubbell Joe Huff P i Kevin Humphrey Nanc Irwin Janice lones Ralph ]o nes Mike kinne Ted kitchens C nthia kurtzhals 7- 9 It Snows In Katherine Limberis Dan Lowry Paula Lowry Lori Lusso Lamar McBryar Dean McCartney Wallace McLaughlin Dale McMichael Yvonne Marchman Jane Meadows ' I 750 Carrollton! 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