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Show Hide text for 1984 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 264 of the 1984 volume: “ ni MWMW gag IMUwt.l ' I ■ ■ » » W Ref. LD 3548 . M6 1984 Montevallo. University Montage 195553 CARM1CHAEL LIBRARY UiMRSlH OJF MONTEVALLO $Hjy mi imt W ' m i JttK r ms v - - — f p « - •- 4 Morrtevallb ' Volume XLIII Cover designed by Jeff Rease • • Contents Opening 1 Events 16 Honors 66 Greeks 86 Organizations 116 Sports 160 Administration ... 196 Classes 214 Closing 248, Reflections of 84 mm Reflections within my mind - Young, restless, full of energy. Time won ' t stop to let me collect all the thoughts . . . i HHnanaonnanHBHBvnaannNBMHnHnHnaHgaBHi We have grown, we have learned, But most precious of all we have survived to reflect upon it all. Getting started with a new year, and the same ol ' e exciting times of moving in and reg- istration! " -SJS5 - _ ' - ' fe ; Chances are passing by with the dawn of new beginnings. Challenges are being met, Dreams are coming true . . . Founders Day — 9 It ' s Raining Men! Normal dorm life changes for men when Main turns co- ed for a semester due to asbestos re- moval in Napier. Yet there are still goals to be met, People to love, Victories to win, Lives to touch, And memories to reflect on. 11 The future calls us into tomorrow. Destinations are but a journey . . . 1 ■ ■ And we strive toward it Leaving our thoughts But for today, we have reflections within the visions of our soul. II j? " — ' - ; : : ' --. 14 — Opening ■ " ■ Opening — 15 it iiiniiiiii iliiii!! hi Hlllllilllll I nil I 1 ■■.i ' H.IIIIIII || " ■Hi mil ill iViiii ' ii I IIIII1IIIIIIIIIU III lllilllilllllllllMIIIIIIIMI ' ■ ' " ' hi,: linn iiiiiiiM.IIHM » i i ! Niii:iii:iiiiiii»««iiiil Bjjjjj !!!!iWHHI«HIHHII 16 — Events I h I h 5 f a ja . c » 1 V ' - £ L ' % Sr ■ 4 fr qm if B , 4 i M i i m fWJM a J 1 UK. Cheap Trick Monday September 26, 1983, Palmer Hall rocked with the sounds of Cheap Trick. The group thrilled the crowd with such hits as " Dancing in the Street " , " I Want You to Want Me " , and " She ' s Tight " . The lead vocalist, Robin Zander, delighted the audience with explosive tunes while drum- mer Bun E. Carlos kept time. Jon Brandt, bassist, was the at- tention of several of the female audience ' s screams. However, guitarist Rick Nielson with a seemingly unlimited number of guitars captured the audi- ence ' s hearts. When not jump- ing around on stage, he was tossing the audience personal- ized guitar picks and making jokes. Cheap Trick produced a night full of pleasure for all rock-n-roll fans that attended. CHEAP TRICK CHEAP TRICK CHEAP TRICK 18 — Events Gene Cotton flfc l- 1 ■ ■ ■ ' - 1 . ■. ■■ ... . . . . « 1 ... " The University of Montevallo was once again entertained by a crowd-pleasing concert. Thursday, January 27, 1984, Gene Cotton gave an incredible performance in a re- laxed, easy-to-listen-to atmosphere. Performing several of his hits on guitar and piano, Gene Cotton seemed to have special messages in all of his songs. His selections in- cluded " Before My Heart Finds Out " , " Like A Sunday In Salem " , and " World Religion Zoo " . Once again, UM students were enter- tained by a delightful musician. Events — 19 Gwendolyn Brooks Reads Popular Works The University of Montevallo began its Black Heritage Month activities with the first black woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Gwendolyn Brooks presented her collection of poems entitled, " Annie Allen ' which won her the Pulitzer Prize, to stu- dents, Jan. 31, in a day of readings and meetings around campus. From her collection of poetry, Brooks read " The Riot, " which she wrote as the result of the death of Martin Luther King. Other poems read by Brooks were " The Life of Lincoln West " and " We Real Cool. " She also read some of her poetry for children. Brooks ended her campus visit with a public poetry reading in LeBaron Hall that night. 20 - Events Hollings Visits UM Ernest Holling ' s visit to the UM campus on Feb. 6 was a politically noteworthy one. Hollings stopped off in Montevallo during a two-day cam- paign swing through the state. Speak- ing at a press conference in LeBaron, he said that government spending has gotten " totally out of hand. " Holling ' s plan to reduce the federal deficit in- volves a one-year freeze on all govern- ment spending. Hollings also has pro- posed significant pay raises for public school teachers and special pay incen- tives for inner-city teachers. After the press conference, students, faculty, and citizens attended a reception for Holl- ings at Flowerhill. RHA Cabaret The Residence Hall Associ- ation presented their annual " Cabaret " to Montevallo stu- dents. The " Cabaret " featured student talent which was a very enjoyable and entertain- ing evening of the semester. The entertainment was a vari- ety of everything from a ven- triloquist to a rock band. There was a large attendance and the night was a great success due to the support of this hard working organization. 22 — Events Firefall gave a great perfor- mance in Palmer Hall for the Montevallo students. Firefall is a basic rock and roll band with nice vocals and a melodic sound. Their performance included their old favorites " Always, " " Cinder- ella, " and " Strange Way to Tell Me You Love Me. " Firefall ' s next re- lease is scheduled to come out in the summer. Events — 23 87th Founder ' s Day Fun-Filled Founder ' s Day October 13, 1983, began at 8:30 a.m. with a prayer breakfast and the fun contin- ued all day long. Activities included an Alumni Luncheon, Health " Play Day " activities, Board Meetings, and ended with the All Campus Picnic on the Main Quad. Palmer and McCoy Honored at Convocation Presiding at the Founder ' s Day Convocation was Dr. James F. Vickrey, Jr. After the National Anthem was sung by Dr. Benjamin D. Mid- daugh, Dr. Vickrey introduced guest speaker Dr. Jerry G. Gaff, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Hamline University St. Paul, Minnesota. Afterwards, Mr. Jack Bates presented Sarah Palm- er and Frank McCoy with the first " Outstanding Committment to Teaching " awards. This was fol- lowed by the tapping of ODK members and the traditional robing of the Seniors. Frank McCoy Sarah Palmer SGA Movies SGA Movies SGA Movies sally FIELD HAUNTINGLY ROMANTIC COMEDY JAMES CAAN KISS ME GOODBYE JEFF BRIDGES " ' ABSENCE ' 1 COULD WELL BE THE BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR. " -1 Kill) YAi.lK. ■sg J ASSOCIATHD PRKSS •d fci-j ' A n jP-fe? PAIL NEWMAN SALLY FIELI ABSENCE IF MALICE pss—ssst , .. .m. .- 1 The boys are back in town. NtckNolte., „ Eddie Murphy ... T » tM ptoce they m« expected to be • or the MffM tkh " GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYONE ' ANNIE ' IS HERE! " -GENE SHAJJT NBC-TV Annie TOMRASmHl PG|P«MNTAl GUIDANCE S UGGESTEO S»| A WMNB. VKX. OXOH PICTURES RELEASE thru WARNER BROS O fffe VO» mmi« luv NOT K SurTA»Lf FO " CmU3«n] CopyrlgM C 1979 W.rner Bro Inc Orion Picture! Comp.n|r All Rigritl Be-ierved 26 — Events SGA Movies SGA Movies SGA Movies it ' ll lift you up where you belong! ' AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS A LOR1MAR MARTIN ELFAND PRODUCTION ATAYLOR HACK FORD FILM RICHARD GERE DEBR A WINGER AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN Also starring DAVID KEITH and LOUIS GOSSETT. JR as Foley Original Music by JACK NITZSCHE ■ Written by DOUGLAS DAY STEWART 1R|™, Produced by MARTIN ELFAND • Directed by TAYLOR HACKFORD ; A PARAMOUNT PICTURE ! II 0 IDUIt COUOUI fH Carolina ' s a risiiigexecutive. .lac k jus I lost his job. .kick ' s going to have to start from t he I m t I mi up. 9M .WEN.IE I " CENTUfi FO " M krgq A S 1 t J yV r " N J — Y 7 EDDIE A N D T H E CRUISE RS a different g] set of jaws, gs CKKPSHOW The Host Fun Jbu T Ever scared: ROBERT ISE riooHJcnon T»D.TICTH CENTUM nM MKtNr ' RODGERS- HAMMERSTEIN ' S r=i COLOR » De Uixi m «v [GJ «. ... — , b, LSfflfc J Events — 27 Kolisch Has Students Spell Bound! John Kolisch entertained stu- dents and guest " Something Dif- ferent for Dinner " and at his lec- ture November 2 and 3. He hyp- notized several students during his performance. " Once you let your imagination take over (in hypnosis), reality becomes fanta- sy and fantasy can become really enjoyable ' Mr. Kolisch said. 28 — Events Events — 29 Campus Project Senior March a Unique Experience T h e T r a d i t 1 o n L 1 v e s Events — 31 RHA Sponsors 32 Something Different for Dinner On November 2, 1983, students visiting the cafeteria found " Something Different for Dinner " . The tables were covered with red tablecloths and had carnations and candles for centerpieces. After a dinner of roast beef, several salads, and a variety of vegetables, the estimated 890 people were entertained by John Kolisch. Events — 33 Miss University of Monte vallo 1984 Miss Lorie Gass, a junior music major, was crowned 1984 Miss University of Montevallo in Palmer Auditorium on March 31, 1984. Runners-up were Daphne Sims, first runner-up; Shari Sims, sec- ond runner-up; Sheri Welch, third runner-up; and Robin Colestro, fourth runner-up. Miss Gass went on to compete in the Miss Ala- bama Pageant, an official preliminary step to the Miss America Pageant. She also received a full-tu- ition scholarship to UM, a $150 performing arts scholarship, and a $750 scholarship to the Elan modeling agency in Birmingham. 1 ir F1 - ? j L 2H f il 9 9 fiw? - E -zsSi !_■ 34 — Events Lorie Gass Orchesis ' 83 Montevallo ' s Dance Reperatory Company, Orchesis, combined music and dance to provide a truely entertaining performance for a large audience again this year. 36 — Events Entertains Crowded Auditorium Purple Leaders The tradition of College Night, originating in 1919, continued February 18, 1984. This year the competition went right down to the Saturday night performance, but in the end the Purple side won with their production " Nothin ' To Lose " . Although the Gold side led in points for athlet- ics, the Purples received more points for their scrapbook, spirit, sportsmanship, and the produc- tion. J.B. Brown and Beth Killough 38 -Events Gold Leaders Three of the five judges scored the Purples ' " Nothin ' To Lose " higher than the Golds ' " Star Struck " , while one judge scored the Gold show higher, and one judge scored both equally. For the first time there were five judges instead of three. Each judge re- presented a different department of theatrical arts. College Night was dedicated to Dr. James Vick- rey. College Night is still a be- loved and cherished tradition among University of Montevallo students, past and present. Klinte Kallies and Virginia Young Events — 39 Gold Script Written by Dobbins Again this year the Gold production was excellent. " Star Struck " was written by Ralph Dobbins and Directed by Gretchen Schmith. The show begins at a 1925 New Year ' s party in Hollywood. At the party Silver- man, Lorner, and Sayer tell Zack Gold- win how useless his search for the new star of his upcoming movie is. Zack is assisted in his search by Burt Bailey. While at the party, they meet the Swish sisters who sing the duet " Starstruck. " The sisters are introduced to Zack by re- porter Tallmage Beauva. Zack and Bart receive a telegram from a talent scout in Russia while at the party. They leave im- mediately to see if they have a new star. While they are preparing to leave, Tallu- lah Zuckerman and Katie O ' Connell ponder over the men in their lives. 9p t " fir 1 " ■ 1 ' " R» ■nH t 40 — Events Production Directed by Schmith Zack and Burt arrive in Russia and are taken to the home of Baron and Baroness Bagdonnavitch where they meet the ugly Bagdonnavitch step-daughters. The girls ' step-sister Katrina is Zack ' s prospective star. Events — 41 Star Struck " - The Communist Party, led by Natasha and aided by Lornerov, Sayerinski, and Silverman, does not like Baron Bagdonnavitch. They want to harm Katrina. Zack and Burt are forced to flee the country and try to take Katrina with them. They are attacked by the Communist Party ' s army at the church, but Katrina and Zack are safe and together in the end. Suddenly from backstage enters a director and his assistant. They end filming on his movie. This is fol- lowed by a finale marking the premier of " The Gold- wyn Story " . - Events The Goldwyn Story r — " 1 1 B K ™ R ' ■ " ■■■ ' ' ' ■■ ' ■ ' : ■ ' •- - ' tSmm sit H P MM H f msy B • ' 1 Mr " Ko H " ! Events — 43 Purple Script by Griner and Smith For the third consecutive year the Purple side won the College Night competition. The winning produc- tion, " Nothin ' To Lose " , was written by Lee Griner and Meg Smith and directed by Shannon Graham. Production Directed by Graham In " Nothin ' To Lose " , Suzy Pen- noppscott goes to the Gobroken Pennsylvania Palace, a vaudeville show. Although she wants to be- come a star, she can only start as a costume assistant to Gladys Cain, an alcoholic seamstress. While work- ing in the costume shop, Suzy be- comes friends with Angel. Angel in- troduces her to Billy Malloy and they instantly become attracted to each other. » fc i Meanwhile detective Barry Groves and his assistant Watson appear on the scene searching for a Suzy Pennopps- cott who has left a string of husbands behind. Fortunately, Barry Groves be- comes distracted by Missy Wertha while Watson scuttles around the stage looking for clues with his magnifying glass. Eldon and Wanda try to keep the vaudeville show going. The acts in the show include rollerskaters, a torch singer, razzle dazzle dancers, and a comedian. Purples 35th Win 46 — Events JK. M 1 V i 5 Nothin ' To Lose Meanwhile, the relationship between Billy and Suzy is growing. Suzy eventually helps Billy sing " Nothing ' To Lose " again. A talent scout and his assistant, brought to the show by Angel, decide Billy and Suzy are good enough for radio. This is followed by a grand finale which brings the show to the present. PVIII! Events— 47 College Night Scores THE GOLDWTN STORY A PENNSYLVANIA GOLDS PURPLES 3 Finance 3 Scrapbook 3 3 Timing 3 2.95 Spirit Sportsmanship 3.86 15 Athletics 5 128 Production 157 151.95 Total 174.86 48 — Events Blood Drive a Great Success Each year, Red Cross comes to Montevallo ' s cam- pus and community. Many students participate in giv- ing blood because although it isn ' t that glamorous, it may one day give someone the gift of life. Theatre " Hot L Baltimore " 50 — Events Theatre " Belle of Amherst " Donna Lee Strickland Theatre " Rimers of Eldrich " Rehearsal 52 — Events Theatre Importance of Being Earnest " Events — 53 Theatre " The Old Maid and the Thief " .. «■■ PB_ .1 it ' ' J ■-— % - » l B Mk , l 4 Ij I 1 • :. waS S3 IB M «r bsrp M ueU ytiw| Wmn ■ jt W f ■ » J I ' -iM 1 1 y a .:■ - ■ ' T " 7 | g| jfl ■ $ ■ fr j§ € ft 11 a 4- 5. j 54 — Events Theatre " You ' re a Good Man, Charlie Brown " Events — 55 Theatre " Same Time Next Year " 56 Theatre 57 Theatre " Guys and Dolls " 58 Theatre 59 International Food Festival The International Food Festival pro- vided fun, food, entertainment, and cultural enlightment for the students at Montevallo. All foreign students at- tending the University of Montevallo participated in the Food Festival which featured forty different varieties of food. This give more Americans an op- portunity to become acquainted with other cultures. Grand Piano Rare Hamburg Steinway at UM The recent acquisition of the new Hamburg Steinway Grand Piano puts UM in a class by itself. Hamburg Stein- ways are not available in the US. The piano, which was constructed by a very skilled craftsman, has a high gloss finish and real ivory keys. The purchase of the $36,000 piano was made possible by private gifts. Events — 61 NSSLHA Week 62 — Events RHA Dances Special , .-- . Olympics %JVV M m Honors 67 Elite Night 1983-84 Elite Night is a ceremony to honor class favorites, Senior Elite students voted on by faculty Mr. and Miss University of Montevallo chosen by the entire student body and Who ' s Who. This year, Elite Night was dedicated in memory of Mr. Holland Floyd, the executive director of the Physical Plant. Trey South served as master of cere- monies for Elite Night. The stage committee for Elite Night were from left to right: Kim Hendrix. junior class president; Gretchen Schmith, sophomore class president; Karen Lockhart, chairperson and senior class president; 2nd row: Trey South, master of ceremonies; Benny Youngblood, SGA president; Dean Linda Mahan, Dean of Student Affairs; Vic Pierce, SGA vice- president; and Milt Thomas, freshman class president. 68 — Honors Senior Class Favorites From left to right: Gretchen Guy, Denise Moultrie, Beth Lloyd, Michelle Vines, Ann Bailey. 2nd row: Rhonda Hereford, Sarah Bone, Steve Latham, Benny Youngblood, Karen Lockhart, and Dorothy Phifer. Junior Class Favorites From left to right: Amy Gartman, Kim Hendrix, Margaret Marshall, Grace Reece, 2nd row: Joe Farmer, Jerry Bullock, and Vic Pierce, (not pictured — Mike Craw, Kenny Ray, and David Zavadil). Honors — 69 From left to right: Gretchen Schmith, Kerri Turner, Trey South, Robin MacPherson, Can- dy Berry, 2nd row: Scott Brunner, John Eubank, Jonathan Askins, and Kevin Stringfield. (not pic- tured — Kennedy King) From left to right: Twana Jordon, Trudi Graham, Robbie Byrd, Daphne Sims, Donna White, 2nd row: Morman Darden, Milt Thomas, Lisa Parker, Jeff Jones, and Steve Jones. Sophomore Class Favorites Freshman Class Favorites 70 — Honors Senior Elite Senior Elite are those students who have made outstanding achievements in their particular fields of study. They are chosen by the faculty of their department and are recognized for their exceptional academic abilities. Art Suzanne Voce Counseling Guidance Ann Bailey and Lydia Wooten SENIOR ELITE NOT PICTURED: SOCIAL WORK Caroline Batrous THEATRE Phillip Cooper BACHELOR OF MUSIC Rebecca Luker ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Lisa Henderson Honors — 71 English Anne Marie Martin Home Economics — General Meriam Andrea Smith Health, Physical Ed. Rec. Susan Jackson Home Economics — Education Tami Shirley Wade Home Economics — Merchandising Melanie Lynn Bloodworth Journalism Sarah Bone 72 — Honors Mass Communication Fred Bell General Business Elizabeth LynnBurden Bachelor of Music Education Elisa Burns Finance Sandra Joyce Lucas Accounting Patricia Eugenia Rigdon Management John W. Smyth Honors — 73 Marketing Nancy K. Wilstach Teacher of the Hearing Impaired Tammy Pitts Early Childhood Education Karen Lynn Lockhart Chemistry Richard Wegrich Speech Pathology Audiology Nancy Goltz Biology Rebecca L. Bowman Deanna M. Rohling (not pictured) 74 — Honors History Joliece McClendon and Dorothy Phifer Psychology Benny Youngblood and Joni Morgan Political Science Catherine E. Semrick Medical Technology Crystal Lynn Mosley Mathematics Deborah Evans Sociology Alice Virginia Howe Honors — 75 Mr. and Miss University of Montevallo Sarah Bone and Benny Youngblood were chosen this year s Mr. and Miss Uni- versity of Montevallo. The entire student body chooses these two people who they think represents the University of Mon- tevallo. Sarah Bone is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta social women ' s fraternity Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honorary Vice President of Lambda Sigma Pi Senior Womens Honorary Phi Kappa Phi Senior Honorary Al- pha Lambda Delta, and Alpha Epsilon Rho communica- tions. She is also the editor of the Alabamian, coordinator of Montevallo Masters and was a Freshman and Sopho- more senator. Her career goal is Public Relations and Government. Benny Youngblood is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha social fraternity Psi Chi National Psychology Honor so- ciety Montevallo Masters, Vice President and Program Chairman of Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society. He is the Student Government Association Presi- dent and other activities include: Freshman Seminar Pro- gram Advisor, Campus Outreach ministries, Constitu- tion Rules an Finance Committee, Residence Hall Athlet- ic Director, University wide Intercollegiate Activities Committee. He is Majoring in Psychology and minoring in Counseling and Guidance. 76 — Honors Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities From left to right: Gretchen Anna Guy, Carol Bradford, Kim Hendrix, Denise Moultrie, Dorothy Phifer, Ann Bailey, Patricia Eugenia Rigdon, 2nd row: Mark Parrish, Benny Youngblood, Lynn Hughes, Ellen Ziehr, Alan Mangum, Melanie Bloodworth, Beth Wilkinson, Karen Lockhart, Michelle Vines, and Leah Tillery. (not pictured — Kathy Boyett, Lisa Browne, Beth Killough, and Felicia Ayers Walker). Honors — 77 Honors Day 1984 Honors Day is that occasio n upon which the University of Mon- tevallo especially recognizes and rewards those students who have achieved academic excellence. 78 - Honors Dr. Mary E. Clark, Professor of Biology at San Diego State University, delivers the Honors Day address. Dr. Mary E. Clark Professor of Biology San Diego State University Dr. Vickery presents Dr. Mary E. Clark with a token of appreciation. Honors — 79 College Convocations Janet B. Fanning, center, is presented with the Gormley Award by Charles and Fedelia Gormley, left and center right. Dr. Bill E. Fancher looks on. Wes Kinsey, left, is presented with The Mass Communications Student of the Year Award by Dr. John W. Stewart, Dean of the College of Fine Arts. Grace E. Reece, left, is presented with The James H. and Virginia Stallworth Sharbutt Scholarship by Dr. John B. Lott, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. H»ltm» ! Teresa C. Wiggins, left, is presented with The James H. and Virgin- Patricia E. Rigdon, left, is presented with The Wall Street Jour- ia Stallworth Sharbutt Scholarship by Dr. John B. Lott, Dean of the nal Annual Achievement Award by Dr. William R. Word, Dean College of Arts and Sciences. of the College of Business. Camilla Millican, left, is presented with The Walter and Willilee Trumbauer The- atre Award by Dr. John W. Stewart, Dean of the College of Fine Arts. Richard T. Wegrich, left, is presented with The American Institute of Chemistry Award by Dr. John B. Lott, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Graduation 1984 The Algernon Sidney Sullivan Award Recipients: Dorothy Phifer and John Smyth Graduation — 83 ft . A- ' :» ' 84 Graduation • md - ■• ■■■• . - m " !N: 8tf £ ? %$li4 k 85 mrt -q$r. AF " A Sb Greeks 87 Reflections of the Good Times f» ■ ■ _ ■ ' " ' ■.■ : T», Ml Inilcrnilks Delta Si gma Theta 90 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., was founded in February, 1913, at Howard University. Today, there are more than 679 chapters, located throughout the world. DST has more than 100,000 members; this re- presents the largest membership of all the Black Greek letter organiza- tions. Delta Sigma Theta is a public ser- vice sorority, with programs direct- ed at development, in the areas of education, mental health, physical education and economics. ABOVE: (Members, left, counter- clockwise) Angelina Bibb, Valda Stewart, Barbara Cottingham, Lori Wallace, Alycia Rodgers, Angeline Stallworth, Alicia Hill, Cecilia Vines. ABOVE RIGHT: (Officers, left to right) Cecilia Vines corresponding secretary, Mary Stewart President, Angelina Bibb Vice-President. BELOW RIGHT: (Pledges, left counterclockwise) Lori Wallace, Barbara Cottingham, Valda Stewart, Alicia Hill, Alycia Rodgers, Angeline Stallworth. (Not pictured: Julie Ann Chaney, Ruby McClure, Anitka Stewart. Alpha Delta Pi The 1983-1984 year was a " roaring " success for the Zeta Delta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. The open motto " we live for each other " was really emphasized as the sisters enthusiasti- cally participated in various philanthropies. The actives spon- sored their annual kidnapping of the Presidents to raise paper products. The pledges coordinated a tuck-in-service, to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House. They also enter- tained children from the Speech and Hearing Center. To top off the semester, both pledges and actives really made a splash, at the Shipwreck Theme Party The spring semester brought high school spirit, as many ADPi ' s participated on both sides of College Night. The chap- ter initiated many happy initiates. And the philanthropic spirit was still in full force, as Zeta Delta helped raise money for cerebral palsy, in Eastwood Mall ' s annual Mall Ball. Wi th plans for next Fall already rolling, Zeta Delta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi is looking forward to an even better 1984-1985 year. LEFT: (Pledges, left to right) 1st Row; Paula Croxton, Donna Lee Strickland, Carlene Teal, Danette Tawbush, Paula Johnson, Diane Todd, 2nd Row; Molly Marshall, Nancy Brindley, Jenny Moore, Mary Hornkohl, Shari Warren, Ginger George, 3rd Row; Amy Cole, Pam Hall, Tricia Jones, Katherine Gillespy, Jill Morgan, Lisa Lilley, 4th Row; Chantelle Cline, Leish Moates, Susy Ballard, Pamela McGough, Tammy Mitchell, Ann Grantland, Lauren Joseph, Melissa Adams. BELOW: (Officers, bottom to top) Robbie Capps Member at large, Cathy Sparks President, Cindy Jordan Standards, Angela White Chaplain, Melody Carr Treasurer, Debbie Owsley Vice President Pledge Education, Jeanne McGowan Social, Lisa Martin Scholarship, Tracy Silver Member at large. (Actives, left to right) 1st Row; Beth Branch, Mary Beth Kertaum, Robbie Capps, Cathy Sparks, 2nd Row; Debbie Owsley, Melinda Lewis, Kim Ross, Donna Borisky, 3rd Row; Melody Carr, Cindy Jordan, Angela White, Susan Patterson, Diane Dinard, 4th Row; Jeanne McGowan, Susie Fryder, Anne Marie Martin, 5th Row; Theresa Cochran, Lisa Martin, 6th Row; Leslie Adams, Jennifer Kenaulth, Jerrie McCurry, 7th Row; Tracy Silver. MIDDLE (Pi Guys, left to right) 1st Row; Eddie Doyle, Jimmy Rockett, Mark Parrish, Tim Hendrix, 2nd Row; Alan Peavy, Scott Moore, John Dorsett, John Holsembeck, 3rd Row; David Hardman, Craig Garner, Scott Coburn, Tim Gilmore, Greg Jones. " ■■ !» £ t Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta provides an atmosphere of sisterhood, unity, and individuality. They have re- ceived the Panhellenic Scholarship trophy for the second year and are very proud of their scholastic achievements. This year the Alpha Gam ' s had a fund raiser for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation in the form of an " AntiProhibition Party " , which was a huge success. They also have given parties for the children at the Speech and Hearing Clinic. Alpha Gamma Deltas are very active and proud of their achievements this year. Their adviser is Dr. Angela Hernandez. Members: Karen Lockhart — President, Barbara Hargett — Vice President Fraternity Ed., Margaret Marshall — Vice President Scholarship, Becky Dunnington — Recording Secretary, Myriam Scroggins — Corresponding Secretary, Susan Whatley — Treasurer, Michelle Vines — Panhellenic Delegate, Altruism Chairman — Michelle White, Activities Chairman — Martha Chandler, Publicity Chairman — Julie Hallmark, House Chairman — Cherie Cone, Ritual Chairman — Lee Locke, Membership Chairman — Kathy Boyett, Rush Chairman — Lesley Hawkins, Social Chairman — Beth Killough, Alpha Gam Man Chairman — Tiffany Sirles, Ann Bailey, Martha McClendon, Rhonda Hereford, Kathy Matte, Susan Cooley, Donna Matuszak, Denise Castleberry, Nancy Goltz, Suzanne Ford, Kim Hendrix, Valeria Valdes, Amber Davenport, Penny Vance, Carla Pitts, Lynn Hughes, Cathy Johnson, Penny Pentecost, Sarah Bone, Elizabeth Fairly, Lisa Guthrie, Nancy Noble, Susan Lee, Tammy Arrington, Laura Mizzell, Gail Long, Donna Kosatka, Gretchen Reisner, Grace Reece, and Tracy Russom. Alpha Gam Men (above): Knox Bannister, Jerry Bullock, Scott Davenport, Don Horsley, Brian Jergensen, Alan Mangum, David Parker, Steve Smith, Trey South, Andy Thomure, David Williams, and David Zavadil. 1983 Pledge Class: Cori Erikson, Tina Rye, Shari Sims, Pam Callagham, Donna Bean, Susan Slate, Michele Readal, Leigh Simmons, Kerri Turner, Aimee Perry, Tammy McDaniel, Kristy Kelly, Becky Keenan, Cindy Whitten, Leigh Jervis, Stacie Sellars, Tracy Chitwood, Pam Murff, Susan Pinegar, Leslie Rogers, Kym Mizzell, Lisa Parker, Donna White, Daphne Sims, Wendy Kosatka, Beth Adams, Liz Love, Caryn Carden, Cecilia Langston, [oanna Dowdle, and Jan Gilmore. 95 • s-.: Alpha Kappa Alpha Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, founded on January 15, 1908, was the first black Greek letter sorority. AKA has grown tremendously since its founding on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C.. At D.C. At pre- sent there are more than 80,000 members world-wide. Mu Mu chapter at the University of Montevallo was chartered on July 8, 1978. The chapter makes annual contributions to UNCF, NAACP and the Cleveland Job Corps. AKA also provides services for the community. Mrs. Patricia Ross is the advisor of Mu Mu chapter and is also a member of Omicron Omega chapter; the first grad- uate chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha to be charted in Alabama. SITTING DOWN LEFT TO RIGHT: Monica Mays — Dean of Pledges, Denise Dickenson, Basileus Tamiou- chos, Djuna McDuffie — Epistoleous Anti Basileus, Ingrid Richardson — Grammateus, Standing: Barbara Payne — Assistant Tamiouchos, and Patricia Ross — Ad- visor. Not pictured: Shandra Jackson and Kijafa Davis. % 97 Chi Omega ABOVE: (Members, left to right) 1st Row; Beth Vickrey, Robin MacPherson, Kim Lawrence, Betsy Dickens, Dorothy Phifer, Delyn Hawkins, Kathi Lozano, Crystal Mosley AnaBelle Velez, 2nd Row; Adele Dabbs, Melanie Poole, Robin Thomas, Pam Spigarelli, Sandra Robinson, Linda Busby, Becky Bowman, Cathy Semrick, Polly Green, Beth Wilkinson, 3rd Row; Carla Jackson, Patty Carter, Karla Dean, Candy Berry, Tara Dean, Beth Lloyd, Kelly Lawhon, Sue Kiefer, Amy Gartman, Paula Johnson, Vivien Robertson, Karolyn Morgan. BELOW RIGHT: (Officers) Front Row; Robin Thomas — Rush Chairman, Crystal Mosley — President, Carla Jackson — Vice President, Back Row; Dorothy Phifer — Panhellenic President, Beth Lloyd — Personnel, Kelly Lawhon — Secretary. This year has been very successful for Montevallo ' s Chi Omega ' s. The chapter sponsored a family for Christmas, and received the Montevallo Chamber of Commerce Award for outstanding service to others. The Chi O ' s also received a plaque from the American Cancer Society commending them for the annual Bike-A-Thon. The sisters enjoyed several parties, thorughout the year, includ- ing " Chi O Goes Hollywood " , and the Spring Formal, held at Becon Park. They also held a banquet honoring their parents, and another honoring their favorite professors. The year has been prosperous, as the Chi O ' s have grown to fully realize that — " Chi Omega is more than a fraternity; Chi Omega is a way of life — a way of life that is meaningful and good, a way of life that offers eternal reward. " BELOW: (Pledges, left to right) First Row; Leslie Horn, Jennifer Bevel, Kirsten Bayles, Joanie Alvey, Karen Willette, Christie Dumas, Donna Cockrell, Twana Jordan, Second Row; Ginger Thomas, Robin Martin, Sweet Pea Campbell, Michelle LeFoy, Jane Farrington, Caroline Bond, Kim Norton, Lisa Lloyd, Tracey Martin, Third Row; Terri Herrington, Gina Stewart, Janice Kieth, Penny Robertson, Stephanie Pratt, Beverly Shoulders, Trudi Graham, Lea Wingo, Leticia Dean, Sherri Wilson, Robbie Byrd. Phi Mu Phi Mu is the second oldest fraternity. The Kappa Chi Chapter of Phi Mu is eleven years old. With 75 members, Phi Mu is one of the largest and most enthusiastic sororities on campus. Some of the many social functions the Phi Mu ' s host include: Fall Party, Fall Formal, Crush Party, Spring Party, and Spring Formal. The majority of their other activities are to help raise money for their philanthropy, " Project HOPE " . These activities consist of a 10 mile hike, a balloon sale, lemonade stand, carnation sale, and these activities raised $2,000.00 for " Project HOPE " this year. The Phi Mu ' s also host a State Day, Phi Mu Founders Day, and an annual Apple Polisher. LEFT: (Pledges, bottom to top — left to right), Gina Sperando, Deena Hollis, Melissa Murray, Michelle Pittman, Karan Gaither, Tricia Garrett, Dena Wilcox, Lisa McCleny, Karen Sherman, Glenda Whalen, Missy Muir, Mary Ross, Marian Cotten, Lynn Bentley, Kara Thomas, Sue Wisecarver, Kelly Via, Pam Estes, Jeanette McShera, Vicki Wisecarver, Kim Bybee, Lisa Tucker. (Pledges not pictured: Patti Adkins, Vicki Burchfield, Carol Cleveland, Robin Herring, Leigh Hinson, Cece Houston, Michelle Justice, Kristy Khoury, Meschelle Manley, Caroline Mason.) BELOW: (Members, left to right) Row 1; Jane Ross, Lynne Crowe, Pam Hughes, Jan Holmes, Connie Foster, Kim Scruggs, Laura Hughes, Kelly Gant, Barbara McNorton, Dana Hanson, Jenny Janoulis, Julie Reynolds, Darnelle Ott, Darlene Thrasher, Melody Foreman, Linda Evans, Robyn Auchmuty. Row 2; Jennifer Adams, Tracey Ford, Angie Smith, Michelle Burbank, Karin Hargrove, Laurie Pate, Lynne Rich, Beth Mathis, Dana Reynolds, Kathy McCarley, Ellen Ziehr, Lynn Morton. Row 3; Dianne Green, Kim Winston, Kristy Roy, Licia Garrett, Phyllis Brown, Jennifer Milner, Jena Gaston, Jo Moore, Melinda Thompson. (Members not pictured: Lynne Rich, Donna Fiore, Pam Garrett, Cyndi Hawkins, Gail Murphree, Valerie Ringsdorf, Cindy Skelton, Sheryl Strickland.) FAR RIGHT: (Officers, bottom to top, left to right) Michelle Burbank, Ellen Ziehr, Dana Reynolds, Tracey Ford, Lynne Crowe, Laura Hughes, Robyn Auchmuty, Barbara McNorton. Greeks - 101 Alpha Tau Omega The Alpha Tau Omega national fraternity, being founded in September 1865 and the first fraternity founded after the Civil War, came to the University of Montevallo as the Eta Omega Chapter in 1972. Since that beginning, the Tau ' s have taken great pride in their scholarship, fellowship, and character achievements, both on and off campus. This year, the ATO ' s finished strong in the grade-point race, was a powerhouse in all sports, and were well repre- sented in all major campus organization and activities. The Tau ' s held numerous successful open house parties at the Lakehouse, and enjoyed each others company at the annual Christmas Party, Family Day, and the Florida Spring Formal. ATO gained 18 brothers from Fall rush j and five from Spring. TOP LEFT: (Officers, left to right) Eddie Doyle (Worthy Chaplain, VP), Robert Hedge (Worthy Master, P), Shawn Lowery (Worthy Scribe, Sec), not pictured — Kenny Ray (Worthy Keeper of the Exchequer, Treas.) BOTTOM LEFT: (Pledges) Tim Parton, Chuck Streets, Greg Hardy. BOTTOM FAR RIGHT: (Little Sisters) Top row — Sweet Pea Campbell, Marshetta Beaty, Maureen McGowen, Second row — Kim Ross, Laurie Pate, Julie Reynolds, Karin Hargrove, Meredith Moody, Robin MacPherson, Debbie Cartledge, Jan Holmes, Bottom row — Ellen Zeihr, Barbara McNorton, Karen Adkins, Anita Thomas, Polly Green, Donna Hudson. ABOVE: MEMBERS — Harv, (Not Pictured — David Byrd, Shawn Bishop, Jeff Bone, Mike Bryant, Steve Buchanan, Joey Bunch, George Cardone, John Dorsett, Eddy Doyle, John Francis, Paul Gagliano, Ross Gagliano, Robert Hedge, Tim Heidrick, Shawn Lowery, Adam McAnaulty, Tim McGowin, Scott Moote, Joe Naish, Greg Oldey, Mark Parrish, Duggan Prater, Jerry Prater, Weyman Prater, Kenny Ray, Bill Schultz, James Smith, Jeff Smith, David Stephens, Nick Stribling, Mike Tamucchi, Rob Thomas, Carlton Tinker, Steve Walker, Greg Yost, David Zavidil, David Demay, Jeff Jones, Steve Jones, J. T. Peacock. Delta Chi The Delta ' s are one of the oldest fraternities on campus. During the fall semester, we held our annual toga party, and helped with the Speech and Hearing Clinic. The Delta ' s also had their annual pig roast in the spring. The spring formal was held in Gulf Shores for the first time in six years. The chapter consists of 30 brothers. ABOVE: (Members, left to right) 1st Row; Mitchell Deloach, Terry Duncan, Greg Caldwell, Brian Collins, Fred Bell, David Wilson, Jim Sieg, Phillip Brock, Darryl Moses, 2nd Row; Larry Lackey, Mike Burchfield, Mike McCracken, Mark Frazier, Kevin Hawkins, Don Jones, Steve Young, Jason Mitchell, 3rd Row; Marc Deason, Mike Gray, Chuck Gammill, Scott Coburn, Danny Fuller, Greg Graham, John Carver, Randy Moody, 4th Row; John Cox, Jeff Ray, Fritz Blackburn, Herb Traywick, Jeff Davenport, Kirk Pierce. RIGHT: (Officers) 1st Row; Larry Lackey, Brian Collins, Fritz Blackburn, 2nd Row; John Carver, Mike Gray, Herb Traywick. FAR RIGHT: (Pledges) 1st Row; Greg Caldwell, Jim Seig, 2nd Row; Mark Frazier, Steve Young, Mike McCracken, Mike Burchfield, 3rd Row; Phillip Brock, Jason Mitchell, Danny Fuller, Randy Moody. BELOW: (Little Sisters) Tricia Jones, Linda Evans, Donna Evans, Grace Reece, Betsy Dickens, Robby Avery, Shari Warren, Dana Rose, Suzie Hefner, Lannette Brasher. REST Gs-vv } f r I • , . , , . , t l , Greeks — 105 Lambda Chi Alpha The Sigma Epsilon Zeta chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha was granted its charter, at the University of Montevallo, on December 17, 1972. Lambda Chi Alpha offers a unique brotherhood, one that brings its members very close, and unifies them even though they are diverse individuals. During the Fall of 1983, numerous, successful Rush parties were held at the Lambda Chi house, including The Gangster Party, The Trophies Party, and the second annual Punk Rock Party. In the spring the Lambda ' s have an Alumni Barbeque and an annual Rock-a-thon, which raises money for the Boy Scouts of America. BELOW LEFT: (Officers, left to right) Front Row; Mike Hines Rush Chairman, Chris Greene Grades Chairman, Pat Charles Vice-President, John Dodge President, Mike Lonnergan Treasurer. Back Row; Billy McKenzie Alumni Correspondent, Keith Bently Promotional, Sam Casten Fraternity Educator, Steve Thompson Ritualist, Rush Blankenship House Mother, Robin " Duke " Rodgers Social Chairman. RIGHT (Little Sisters, Bottom to Top) 1st Row; Traci Lovett, Deedee McLeod, Margaret McGonagle, LeeAnn Burns, Laurie Miller, Melissa Newell, Suzette Lewis, Yvonne Simmons, 2nd Row; Neisa Gambrone, Leigh Simmons, Cori Erickson, Lisa Chamberlain, Kathy Boyett, Susan Fasanello, Susan Corbin, Luane Fields, 3rd Row; Andy Younker, Carla Pitts, Pam Callaghan, Beth Killough, Cherie Cone, Vicki Mathis, Gale Domokos, Sherry Welch. (Little Sisters not pictured: Kim Kline, Carol Cleveland, Mary Johnson, Callie Hopkins.) FAR RIGHT: (Associates, left to right) Back Row; Rodger Bass, Tom Sullivan, Mark Williams, John Demotte, Kieth Bently, Front Row; Mike Callahan, Carl Lesher, Robert Sparks, Jerrell Hall, Johnny Sanders, Bob Curlee, Mike Hines. RIGHT BELOW: Barry Dolbeer, Philip Griffith, J.B. Brown, Bob Gomperts, Hank Johnson, Russell Poor, Kyle Boyett, Scott Henderson, Mark Garlington, Marty Martin, Tony Graham, Brian Jorgenson, Greg Roberts, Bob Weir, Bubba Dickinson, Ronnie Swindle, Mike Williams, Richard Hawkins, John Eastman, Arthur Eastman, Josh Martin, Bill Anderson, Russell Wise, Rodger Bass, Tom Sullivan, Mark Williams, John Demotte, Kieth Bently, Mike Callahan, Carl Lesher, Robert Sparks, Jerrell Hall, Johnny Sanders, Bob Curlee, Mike Hines, Chris Greene, John Dodge, Mike Lonnergan, Billie McKenzie, Sam Casten, Steve Thompson, Rush Blankenship, Robin Rodgers. 106 — Greeks Greeks -107 Pi Kappa Alpha Social events this year were a Fall Rush Party at the Birmingham- Jefferson Civic Center; a Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Mu " Pajama Party " , a Progressive Christmas Dinner in Bessemer, and a spring formal in Chattanooga. Pikes also were active in philanthro- py events. Raising over $1,000.00 for Cystic Fibrosis, at the annual " Stair Climb " . Pikes donated more money to CF than any other organization in the Birmingham area. Also, the Pikes donated $800.00 to Cerebral Palsy, the Pi Kappa Alpha National Philanthro- py. Including a very successful rush, and a trophy at honors day for the Highest GPA of all the fraternities, Theta Beta has grown in all aspects in its tenth year. LEFT (Little Sisters, left side, top to bottom) Donna Borinsky, Donna Matuzsak, Kerri Turner, Penny Robertson, Gretchen Schmith, Tiffany Sirles, Robbie Byrd, (right side, top to bottom) Gretchen Guy, Lesley Hawkins, Kim Fox, Carole Cook, S ue Kiefer, Leslie Horn. BELOW LEFT (Officers, Left to Right) John Eubank, Corresponding Secretary, Kerry McConnell Sargeant at Arms, Joe Farmer Treasurer, Scott. Brunner Recording Secretary, Phillip Brantley President, Jerry Bullock Vice President. FAR RIGHT: (Pledges, left, top to bottom) Jon Seay, Lance Tucker, Danny Scott, Ken Johnson, Norman Darden, Benny Youngblood, Kevin Roberts, (right side, top to bottom) Tim Gilmore, Gubert Couch, Todd Greene, Mike Parrish, Marty Crawford, Mike Hanson, Danny Myers, Darryl Albarado. (Pledges not pictured: Keith McTaggart, Tim Rich, Klint Kallies, Charles Kiefer, Vic Pierce, David Till, David Bradford. RIGHT BELOW: (Actives) Front Row; Andy Thomure, Scott Brunner, Trey South, Kerry McConnell, Carl Folds, Kevin Stringfield, Brett Dollar, Mike Thornton, Neale Rhea, John Eubank, Back Row; Phillip Brantley, Joe Farmer, David Hardman, Jerry Bullock, Chris Gauldin, Mike Simmons, Barry Logan, Jay Briley (Actives not pictured: Paul Barber, Larry Haynes, Craig Garner, Alan Peavy, Ron Tissier, Gary Gwin, Gary Hoskins, Travis Overstreet, Phil Ratliff, Jimmy Branch, David Smith, Jimmy Rockett, Collier Farnell, Mike Weeks.) 108 -Greeks Pi Kappa Phi The Gamma Omega Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi has taken great strides this year, and now is the time to reflect on that. Athletically, we did extremely well, taking home the B- team Inter-fraternity council trophy last spring. This past fall, our A league football team was number one. Also, we won the B-team basketball tournament. Academically, we strenghtened our overall grade average, by requiring a 1.5 GPA from our pledges. We are very pleased with the job we have been doing in this area. Socially, our spring formal, Rose Ball, was a huge success. Overall, we, the brothers, were very happy with this past year, and can only hope for the best in the years to come. LEFT: (left to right) 1st Row; Kim Constant, Wendy Holmes, AnaBelle Velez, Denise Moultrie, 2nd Row; Susan Bannister, Crystal Mosley, Cindy Hawkins, Sabrina Mancin, 3rd Row; Vivien Robertson, Denise Miller, Twana Jordon, 4th Row; Paula Johnson, Lisa Brown, Angie Smith, Phyllis Brown. (Little Sisters not pictured: Gretchen Riesoner, Susan Cooley) LOWER LEFT: (Officers, left to right) Craig Robertson Historian, Steve Heatherly Warden, David Williams Vice-Archion, Ed Cannon Archion, Dr. Beal Advisor, Knox Bannister Treasurer, Robert Spechalske Secretary, Wesley Cannon Chaplain, (Not pictured: Dr. Brindley Advisor) RIGHT: (Brothers, left to right) 1st Row; Charlie Doming, David Parker, Joel Clemens, Donny Webb, Frank Salamone, Chris Farrington, Mark Nail, James Wagner, James Beal, 2nd Row; Wes Cannon, Chet Hallman, Robert Spechalske, Evan Stechmiller, Dave Melton, Rob Stamps, Paul Dabbs, Knox Bannister, Phil Oldham, 3rd Row; Steve Gover, Will Thomas, Mike Quinn, Billy Boudreaux, Craig Robertson, Thomas Gauntt, Brett Bell, Ed Cannon, Alan Walker, Jim Holderby, David Williams, 4th Row; Steve Heatherly, Steve Wilkinson, Eric Beggs, 5th Row; Joe Fleming, Steve Smith, John Conner, Chad Gentry. (Brothers not pictured: Clay Fowler, Matt Lehman, Alan Thompson, Bruce Morrison, Ranee Norris).) ? i. rJ l £ £ ■ P j » B1 K i»- ■ m j H i . Bf J ■ if ■ • ' S 4 m 1 t ' 1 ( j 1 1 I ;:• Hfe " ■ bv Krfi 1 ? fen 1 rKB ■ H I P H, BmL ' ! Greek Week Skits 112 Mr. and Miss Greek Week 1984 Dorothy Phifer and Mike Tamucchi Greeks — 113 Montevallo Greeks kg ' y . 116 — Organizations Organizations Organizations — 117 ;a sga sga sga sga sga sga sga sga sga sga s Student Government Association Benny Youngblood — President Vic Pierce — Vice-President Robin Auchmuty — Executive Secretary 118— SGA i SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SG, Phyllis Brown — Treasurer Beth Killough — Ombudsman v - w flt ■• immmmmm Milt Thomas — Entertainment Chairman Amy Gartman — Director of Communications Kerri Turner — Senate Secretary Ann Bailey — Student Trustee Steve Lathum — Chaplain SGA - 119 5GA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA Student Senate Each year students elect fellow students to represent them in the Senate. The Senate not only passes legislation of student opinion, but aids the entire SGA in coordinating its activities along with many University-wide events. College Senators: Bobby Bowers and Cathy Semrick from the College of Arts and Sciences; Patricia Bowles and Michelle White from the College of Education; Ralph Dobbins and David Parker from the College of Fine Arts; and Lesley Hawkins and Lamar Reeves from the College of Business. % ] H I Senator Senators: Karen Lockhart, Kathy Boyett, Susan Cooley, Betsy Dickens, Barbara Hargett, Gretchen Guy, Kim Lawrence, Scott Martin, Teresa Perry, Myriam Scroggins. 120 -SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA SGA Junior Senators: Kim Hendrix, Susan Angelette, Jerry Bullock, Brooks Burdette, Lynn Hughes, Amber Davenport, Martin Keefer, Kelly Lawhorn, Sue Reid, David Zavadil, Joe Farmer. Sophomore Senators: Gretchen Schmith, Candy Berry, Alycia Rodgers, Les Brooks, Scott Brunner, Libby Culver, Theresa Knops, Kerry McConnell, Melanie Poole, Trey South, Susan Slate, Kevin Stringfield, Cindy Vatz, Bryan Williams. mumm Freshman Senators: Milt Thomas, Melissa Adams, Jeff Bone, Nancy Brindley, Robbie Byrd, Concetta Hubbard, Tracy Cox, Norman Darden, Drew Deberry, Sean Doyle, Todd Greene, Kristi Jenkins, Melissa Murray, Debra Farell, Lynn Runy an, David Till, Kelly Yates. SGA -121 MONTAGE MONTAGE MONTAGE MONTAGF MONTAGE STAFF MEMBERS: (Back row — left to right) Anne Peyton, Terri Herrington, Nancy Brindly, Skeikla Blount, Amber Davenport, Tammy McDaniel, Robin Ankrom, (first row) Pamey Hawkins, Becky Key, Becky Dunnington, Stacie Sellers, (NOT PICTURED) Beth Keith, Trish Rembert, Carla Pitts, Tina Padgett, Cindy Whitten, Kevin Roberts, and BUSINESS MANAGER: Lynn Hughes. 122 — Publications MONTAGE MONTAGE MONTAGE MONTAGE Becky Dunnington — Editor Lynn Hughes — Business Manager Hr V.Ti M ■ Sivi Beth Keith Events Sheikla Blount Honors Tammy McDaniel Robin Ankrom Greeks Publications — 123 MONTAGE MONTAGE MONTAGE MONTAGE Terri Herrington Organizations Amber Davenport Sports a ■ ■ • • • • r Nancy Brindly Faculty Becky Key Pamey Hawkins Classes Stacie Sellars Copy Typist Trish Rembert Photographer 124 — Publications ALABAMIAN ALABAMIAN ALABAMIAN The Alabamian The purpose of the ALABAMIAN is to serve the campus community with an informative and entertaining bimonthly newspaper. The ALABAMIAN began in 1914 and is the oldest campus publication at the University of Montevallo. Their staff requirements are having interest and experience in photography journalism, art, and advertising. Sarah Bone — Editor MEMBERS: Martha Crocker — Assistant Editor, Candy Berry — Business Manager, Jonathan Askins — Advertising, Sandra Robbins — Circulation, Joe Naish — Art Editor, Joey Buch — Sports Editor, Becky Thompson, Entertainment Editor — David Parker, Mike Theus, John Dodge, Ronnie Wright, Photography — Jeff Bone, Kenneth Carter, Todd Tipton, Staff Writers: Paul Barber, Patricia Bowles, David Harwell, Larry Jenkins, Jan Lauderdale, Josh Martin, Joe Naish, and Larry Prescott. Publications — 125 AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Lambda Delta is the honorary fraternity for freshmen with at least a 2.40 gradepoint average. They promote interest in scholarship among the freshmen and foster intelligent living. Each year this chapter gives a national award to the senior who has the highest scholastic average. Members: Tammy Arrington, Betsy Beard, Robin Colestro, Barbara Delker, Kim Fox, Regina Glenn, Paige Guthrie, Kurt Heinecke, Debbie Kirkland, Vicki Lawley, Eva Joy McPeters, Rhonda Majors, Susan Millonig, Ruth Perkins, Vicki Simmons, Bonnie Thomas, Heidi Smith, Ellen Arnold, Libby Culver, John Eubank, Jane Farrington, Kathy McMarley, Gretchen Schmith, Dannette Tawbrish, Carlene Teal, Laurie Stevens, Katherine Bradford, Melanie Poole, Jennifer Robinson — Secretary, Nancy Noble — Vice President, Candy Berry — President. 126 — Honorary Asn Asn ALn axii astt zn astt ast Lambda Sigma Pi Lambda Sigma Pi is a Senior Women ' s Honor Society developed to promote scholarship and encourage leadership in women. To become a member you must have Senior standing and a GPA of 2.5 or better. The first annual award to the outstanding female faculty staff is being planned for this year. The award will be presented on Women ' s Day. A banquet is being planned with the Freshman Honorary for this semester. Lambda Sigma Pi participated in the Student Life Fair, Founders Day and various other Activities on campus. Members: Jill Newton — President, Sarah Bone — Vice President, Ann Marie Martin — Secretary Treasurer, Charlotte Atchison, Vicki Lynn Barge, Caroline Batrous, Maraheta Beatty, Cassandra Beck, Melanie Blookworth, Becky Bowman, Kimberly Brown, Elisa Burns, Faye Collins, Lisa Davis, Belinda Cusimano, Sue Edge, Deborah Evans, Belinda Fanning, Kay Friday, Angela George, Connie Gilbert, Linda Glasscock, Lisa Henderson, Jennifer Holmes, Emily Joiner, Carie Jones, Laura Jones, Kimberly Kline, Donna Knowles, Karen Lockhart, Elizabeth Louden, Sandra Lucas, Martha McClendon, Joliece McClendon, Joni Morgan, Crystal Mosley, Paula Newman, Bonnie Nolen, Celeste Nonnally, Lisa Painter, Mary Linda Parrish, Dorothy Phifer, Margaret Pickett, Tammy Pitts, Sandra Price, Dana Reynolds, Patricia Rigdon, Brenda Rhinehart, Deanna Rohling, Miriam Smith, Pam Spigarelli, Janet Solomon, Beverly Stewart, Donna Strain, Leah Tillery, Tami Wade, Beth Wilkinson, Nancy Wilstach, Cheryl Woodley, Lydia Wooten, Margie Terry, Suzanne Voce, Kathleen Warren, Joy Barnard, Advisor: Dr. Angela Hernandez. Honorary — 127 OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK OA Omicron Delta Kappa The purpose of ODK is to recognize the leadership of exceptional quality and versatility in college life and to bring together outstanding students and faculty to meet on a basis of common interest, understanding, and helpfulness. ODK was founded December 3, 1914, at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, by fifteen students and faculty leaders, and the circle here received its charter in 1978. Their activities this year included the Leadership banquet co-sponsored with SGA and being one of four hosting the ODK National Convention in March ' 84. Members: Dorthy Phifer — President, Steve Latham — Vice President, Ann Bailey — Secretary, Denise Moultrie — Treasurer, Susan Angelette, Melanie Bloodworth, Sarah Bone, Kathy Boyett, Carol Bradford, Elisa Burns, Amy Byrd, Karla Dean, Susan Dolbeer, Becky Dunnington, Deborah Evans, Lynn Gurganus, Gretchen Guy, Julie Hallmark, Barbara Hargett, Kim Hendrix, Lynn Hughes, Carla Jackson, Carie Jones, Wesley Kinsey, Jeff Knapp, Kelly Lawhon, Kin Lawrence, Lee Locke, Karen Lockhart, Alan Mangum, Margaret Marshall, Ann Marie Martin, Scott Martin, Martha McClendon, Pam Middaugh, Suzanne Reid, Patricia Rigdon, Paula Seibert, Alan Selby, Cathy Semrick, Mary Semrick, John Smyth, Pam Spigarelli, Robin Thomas, Becky Thomas, Paula Vines, Suzanne Voce, Felicia Walker, Beth Wilkinson, Benny Youngblood, Advisor: Dr. John Lott, Faculty Secretary — Dr. Joe Brindley. 128 — Honorary O 0K 06K E0K O0K P0K P0K S 0K PC Phi Theta Kappa Phi Theta Kappa is most often identified as the national honor society for American community junior colleges. College universities alumni chapters, such as the Gamma Alumni chapter at the University of Montevallo, have been formed for the purpose of easing the transfer process. Through participation in chapter activities of all kinds, including fund raisers, service projects, studies centered around the annual Honors Topic, and attendance at state and national conventions and the annual Honors Institute. PTK members are given great opportunities for intellectual and social growth, and for the development of leadership and service abilities. Members: Scott Martin, Kim Brown, Lynn Gurganus, Kathy Warren, Angela George, Felecia Walker, Charlotte Frachiseur, Donna Lynn Strain, Mark Parrish, Tammy Kilgore, Benny Youngblood, Connie Gilbert, Susan Jackson, Wes Kinsey, Gina Crawford, Terri Herrington, Loretta Pritchard, Felecia Pruitt, Shiekla Blount, Janet Lauderale, Joy Mooring, Larry Jenkins, Lori McCombs, Jana Roe, Tod Rubin, Stella Robbins, Paula Cooper, Advisor: Buddy Allen. Honorary — 129 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBI Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta ' s purpose is to encourage and help students in the biological sciences. They were founded in 1922 at Oklahoma City University and there are now 276 chapters. A member must have a major in biological science and completed at least one term of the second year curriculum. They must also have a GPA of 2.00 and be in good academ ic standing. A seminar planned for the spring semester is their project for this year. Members: Becky Bowman — President, Donna Hudson — Vice President, Crystal Mosley — Secretary Treasurer, Paula Siebert — Historian, Deanna Rohling, Bambi Bailey, Donna Knowles, Debra Collins, Claudia Parker. 130 — Academic KAn KAII KAn KAn KAn KAn KAn KAE Kappa Delta Pi The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to recognize outstanding contributions to education. The Beta Lambda chapter of Kappa Delta Pi began here at the University of Montevallo on May 24, 1924. A member must be admitted to teachers education contributions to education and have a 2.0 GPA and the project for this year was helping with the Shelby County Scholars Bowl. v Members: Leah Tillery — President, Cindy Walters— Vice President, Teresa Perry — Secretary, Sandra Price— Treasurer, Karen Lockhart— Historian, Tammy Pitts, Connie Gilbert, Bryan Kreps, Cindy Garner, Kim Kiline, Kay Friday, Karla Dean, Miriam Lowery, Tina Rye, Lori Ousley, Donna Cockrell, Jennifer Holmes, Susan Angelette, Lynn Peavey, Susan Brackin, Leigh Bailey, Advisors: Drs. Pat and Bill Ernest. Academic — 131 KME KME KME KME KME KME KME Kappa Mu Epsilon The purpose of Kappa Mu Epsilon is to further the interests of mathematics, to help the undergraduate realize the important role that mathematics has played in the development of western civilization, and to disseminate the knowledge of mathematics and to familiarize the members with the advances being made in mathematics. Dr. Emily Kathryn Wyant, founder of Kappa Mu Epsilon, and 22 other faculty members and students became charter members of Oklahoma Alpha, April 18, 1931. The membership requirements of Kappa Mu Epsilon are three completed semesters of college courses, ranked in the upper 35% of the class, completed at least three college courses in mathematics including at least one semester of calculus with a B or better in all mathematics courses. Kappa Mu Epsilon plans to bring mathematics historian Joe Albree to the campus to speak as well as hold a spring picnic for math majors, minors, faculty members and their families. Members: Lisa Diane Kirkwood — President, Deborah Ann Evans — Vice-President, Pamela Joy Spigarelli — Secretary, Cathy Lynn Johnson — Treasurer, Deanna M. Rohling — Activities Chairman Non-active Members: Jesse Eldridge Ward IV, William D. Kirkland Advisor — Dr. Angela Hernandez 132 — Academic KTI KIT Kn KIT Kn KII Kn KIT Kn K] Kappa Pi The purpose of Kappa Pi is " to form bodies of representative students who will by their influence and their artistic interests, uphold the highest ideals of a liberal education; to provide a means whereby students with artistic commitment meet for the purpose of informal study and entertainment; to raise the standards of productive artistic work among the students in the colleges and universities; to furnish the highest reward for conscientious effort in furthering the best interest of art in the broadest sense of the term, by election to membership in the Fraternity, based upon such meritorious work. " Members: President— Gretchen Guy, Vice-President— Kathi Lozano, Treasurer— Pam Liss, Joel Whittaker, Pamela McGough, Ralph Dobbins, Kimberly Fox, Mike McPolard, Babara Hargott, Rena Porter, Patty Brayer, Peggy Putman, John Sanders, Janet Sullivan, Belinda Watkins, Laura Mizzell, Melanie Poole, Advisor: Dr. McCoy. Academic — 133 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON Omicron Nu Omicron Nu is the Home Economics honorary. Its purpose is to promote research, scholarship, and leadership in Home Economics. Projects and activities planned for the 1983-1984 school year include research convocation, tutoring, and recognizing high semester GPA ' s in the Home Economics department. Members: President — Andrea Smith, Vice-President — Melanie Bloodworth, Secretary — Charlotte Frachiseur, Treasurer — Susan Dolbeer, Records — Tami Wade, Mrs. Marvolin Stephens, Dr. Johnnie Carlisle, Miss Elisabeth Watts, Dr. Sara Bagby, Advisor: Dr. Phyllis Spruiell. 134 — Academic COLLEGE REPUBLICANS SSSAB College Republicans The College Republicans is an organization of college students interested in the Republican Party. Making students more aware of their responsibilities as voters and citizens and to bring the Republi- can community together are the purposes of the organization. Members: President — Susan Brackin, Vice-President — Margaret Percell, Secretary — Paul Barber, Treasurer — Byrd Johnson, Donna Bean, Mary Jon Porter, Beth Branch, Donna Boriskie, Tim Gillmore, Nancy Brindley, Susan Angellet, Steve Young, Martin Keefer Beth Cokery, Brian Collens, April Brasher, Ranee Norris, Kim Norton, Nita Fridley, Stan Mims, Mary Semrick, Virginia Stern, Carole Cook, Jay Briley, Greg Bigger, Becky Keenun, Angela White, and Ron Cochran; Advisor: Dr. Justine Fuller. Special Services Student Advisory Board The Special Services Advisory Board is the link between the stu- dents and the Special Services program. It was established to help communicate the student ' s prospective. The Board is selected from applications of students who are invited to apply. Members: Front Row — Terry Duncan, Tammy Burlingame, Gina Sperando, Maggie Williams — President, Frederick Randall; Back Row — Joliece McClendon, Wilma Hooper, Lori Wallace, Wallace Nesmith — Recording Secretary, Claudia Parker; Not pictured is Kim Henderson — Vice-President. Special Interest — 135 OAO EAO EAO PAO ftAQ ftAO OAO Phi Alpha Theta Phi Alpha Theta is the History Honorary. It was organized in the 1920 ' s on a handful of American College campuses for the purpose of promoting a greater interest and awareness of history among college students. Today there are over 600 chapters at college and university campuses in several countries. To be a member one must have completed 12 hours of history courses with a 2.5 GPA in history and an overall GPA of 2.00. Members: President — Joliece McClendon, Vice-president — Dorothy Phifer, Secretary — Mrs. Carlye Best, Treasurer — Dr. David Morgan, Cherie Cone, Margaret Pickett, Sidney Lee Locke, Dr. Fuller, Dr. Jesse Jackson, Dr. Shirley Jackson, Mr. Rueben Triplett, Mr. Douglas Rodgers, Dr. Lucille Griffith. 136 — Academic TXM YXM TXM YXM ¥XM TXM YXM Psi Chi Mu The purpose of Psi Chi is to advance the science of psychology and to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship in all academic fields, particularly in Psychology. Psi Chi was established November 8, 1981 and currently has 14 members. Their membership requirements are forty-five college hours completed, twelve completed in Psychology or nine completed Psychology hours and currently taking three hours, and an overall 2.00 GPA plus a 2.00 in all Psychology courses. Psi Chi held a psychology retreat and a candy drive in October. They plan to have a Freshman adoption program for Freshman psychology majors, a book sale and several other programs for psychology majors, minors, or anyone interested. Members: Merri Swindell — President, Joni Morgan — Vice-President, Carolyn DeVito — Secretary Treasurer, Anna Ammons, Ann Bailey, Sheri Baker, Therese Bergin, Kathy Boyett, Marriette Croft, Nancy Kurtz, Donna Lynn Strain, Lee Wingo, Lydia Wooten, Benny Youngblood. Academic — 137 :TA riA STA STA £TA £TA STA £T T £T Sigma Tau Delta The purpose of Sigma Tau Delta is to confer distinction for high achievement in undergraduate and professional studies in English language and literature; to provide cultural stimulation on college campuses through its local chapter; to furnish community interest with the English Departments; and to encourage creative and critical writing. To be a member of Sigma Tau Delta one must have at least a B average in English and be an English major or minor; also three semesters of college courses and at least two literature courses beyond the freshman requirements must have been completed. Sigma Tau Delta participated in Career Day in November of 1983 and plans a Spring Booksale. Officers: President — Laura Lynn Johnson, Vice-President — Suzanne Ford, Secretary Treasurer — Ann Marie Martin. 138 — Academic AEP AEP AEP AEP AEP AEP AEP AEP Alpha Epsilon Rho The purpose of Alpha Epsilon Rho is to promote professional attitudes and skills among Mass Communi- cation students. This chapter reactivated within the last four years and has experienced the greatest growth this past year. Their projects and activities for this year included guest lecture series, lake house party Mass Communication Banquet, and a National Convention in L.A. Members: Wes Kinsey — President, Deanna Cataldo — Vice President, Wes Emmanuel — Secretary, Virginia Stern — Treasurer, Robin Houston — Alumni Professional Coordinator, Jan Lauderdale — Parliamentarian, Sarah Bone, Fred Bell, Brian Collins, Phillip Cooper, Tony Davis, Toni Jenkins, Shearie Jones, Janie Keene, David Law, Suzette Lewis, Tim Little, Pam Middaugh, Trey South, Jimbo Wood, Joey Bunch, Mickie Krause, Christy Major, Milt Thomas, Carol Bradford, Yin Yeap, Becky Thompson, Associate Members: David Bradford, Charles Carter, Barbara Durry, Ross Gagliano, Phillip Griffith, Mike Theus, John Dodge, Donna Carter, Advisor: Professor George Inzer. Professional — 139 AKV AKV AKV AKV AKV AKt ACT Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Psi is a professional business organization open to business majors with at least a 1.00 cumulative GPA. The purposes of Alpha Kappa Psi are to further the individual welfare of its members; to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance; to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein; and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration. Donations to the Department of Pensions and Securities was one of the major civic service projects of the organization. Members: President — Randy Steele, First Vice-President — Nancy Broadwell, Second Vice-President — Lori Wallace, Secretary — Jan Gibson, Treasurer — Cindy Vatz, Master of Rituals — Chassey Harbour; Michelle Barsant, Holly Byrd, Eivora Cook, Mark Deason, Stephanie Dutt, Nita Fridley, Renee Hartley, Linda Hayes, Lynn Hughes, Bonnie Johnston, Don Jones, Kathy Warren, and Jay Wilkoff; Advisors: Dr. Joe Walker and Dr. Harry Hamilton. 140 — Professional ACEI ACEI ACEI ACEI ACEI ACEI ACFT ACFI Association of Childhood Educational International The purpose of ACEI is to help the children directly and indirectly as a service project. They were organized in the early 1960 ' s and their project this year includes working in the curriculum lab. Members: Kim Kline — President, Karla Dean— Vice President, Becky Key — Secretary Treasurer, Teresa Perry— Service Project Chairman, Leah Tillery — Publicity Professional — 141 NSSLHA NSSLHA NSSLHA NSSLHA NSSLHA National Student Speech Language Hearing Association The purpose of NSSHLA is to bring departmental unity and support of profession. All majors can join and the projects and activities for this year included NSSHLA week and monthly speakers about the field of Speech pathology Hearing Impairment, and Audiology. ■ .1 a Members: Lynn Nolen — President, Becky Holcombe — Vice President, Susan Angelette — Treasurer, Amy Armstrong, Carol Cook, Cathy Burke, Paula Johnson, Mary Sanders, Tammy Hale, Patricia Dawkins, Laura Oden, Traci Lovett, Kelly Lawhon, Sandra Swindell, Kim Brown, Dawn Hill, Ruth Barronton, Tammy Pitts, Sharla Gunn, Susie Owsley, Lisa Brown, Laura Essmon, Donna Bean, Susan Brackin, Cindy Roberts, Laura Jones, Connie Gilbert, Sandra Gwin, Karla Maxwell, Lisa Adams, Shelia Bates, Sally Dangler, Teresa Marsh, Terri Miler, Jan Stiff, Key Davis, Kathryn Seronsky, Alicia Hill, Ricky Holmes, Debbie Bryan, Beth Shelton, Mietta Rene Lee, Anne Grantland, Laura Sinclair, Betsy Beard, Kristen Tadlock, Tiffany Sirles, Kim Lawrence, Cherie Davis, Denise Dickenson, Beth Keith, Advisor: Dr. Wendell F. Smith. 142 — Professional dxb dxb oxe oxb dxb dxb oxb ox Phi Chi Theta The purpose of this organization is to promote women in business. The membership requirements are to be a Business major, have a 1.0 grade point and 6 hours of business courses. Some of the projects for this year include a Tea for the business faculty, gave $200.00 for Business exit exams, and helping a family for Thanksgiving. Members: Margaret Marshall — President, Jennifer Milner — Secretary, Lynn Crowe — Vice President, Valeria Smith — Vice President Pledging, Valeria Valdes — Treasurer, Linda Collum, Belinda Cusinano, Elizabeth Fairly, Lou Ann Faulkner, Janet Green, Debra Hill, Carla Jackson, Natalie Johnson, Jody Jones, Cynthia King, Elizabeth Loxden, Joy Lucas, Kim Lucas, Jenny McRoy, Teresa Miller, Beverly Norman, Cathy Price, Genia Rigdon, Lisa Williams, Advisor: Dr. Gertrude McGuire and Dr. Bill Dowling. Professional — 143 . P.E. P.E. F.E. F.E. F.E. F.E. P.E. F.E. F.E. P.E. RE. F.E. P.E. P.E. EE. P Physical Education Club The Physical Education Club promotes physical education and fitness. Membership is open to all physical education majors and minors. The organization sponsors many activities to serve its purpose such as the blood drive, National Jogging Day Play Day (Founder ' s Day), Turkey Trot, and Toys for Tots. Members: Glenda Golden — President, Jane Schmitt — Vice-President, Karen Rogers — Secretary, Donna Jo Bennefield — Treasurer, Susan Jackson, Dianne Dennis, Lisa Rodriguez, Anne Peyton, Aimee Perry, Mary Beth Blankonship, Susan Patterson, Don Rhodes, Mike Craw, Mark Freeman, Alan Dunkling, Daisy Eddins, Danny Fuller, Don Hardiman, Advisor: Dr. Frank Lightfoot. 144 — Professional NEA SNEA SNEA SNEA SNEA SNEA SNEA SNEA SNE, Student National Education Association The Student National Education Association, of S.N.E.A., develops an understanding and appreciation of the teaching profession. To become a member one must be a full or part-time student. S.N.E.A. was formed in 1970 at the University of Montevallo. This year ' s organization plans inclusion in the basketball poster. Members: President — Lisa Norman, Vice-President — Cindy Walters, Secretary — Leigh Bailey, Leigh Tillery, James De Lapp, Victoria Pettijohn, Laura L. Johnson, Sue Edge, Sonya Robinson, Teresa A. Perry, Tina Rye, Robin Godfrey, Tammy McDaniel, Jesse L. Wallace, Margaret Pickett, Lisa Saudlin, Lori McCombs, Sheila Blount, Bryan Kryss, Suzanne Ford, Lisa D. Carr, Advisor: Dr. Henry Lash. 145 W H A ii AH ' Jt A il AT11 ATii AVil ATO A F Alpha Psi Omega Theatre Members: Naomi Metz, Robin Colostro, Phillip Cooper, Phillip Anderson, Lee Griner, Renee Delinger, J. B. Brown, Donna Lee Strickland, Shannon Graham, Paige Guthree, Kevin Rearden, Camilla Millican, Kent Lipham, Kerry Coker. 146 — Special Interest CONCERT CHOIR CHORALE CONCERT CHOIR University of Montevallo Concert Choir The U of M concert choir performs each semester for the public. The choir was founded in 1956. Membership is re- ceived by auditions. The activities for the choir include fall and spring campus concerts, annual vocal-choral festival and appearance with the Alabama Symphony. Members: Natalie Johnson, Jacqueline Hurt, Debbie Bryan, Cecelia Langston, Rhonda Pardue, Melody Williams, Julianne Chaney, Bonnie Johnston, Karin Lindemann, Cynthia Covin, April Brasher, Kimberly Essex, Shari Sims, Melissa Mathews, Ellen Whaley, Jennifer Holmes, Melissa Roden, Theresa Martin, Mary Porter, Alan Cain, Catherine Gass, Joyce Jacob, Carolyn Ethridge, Kerri Tuner, Donna Davis, Kathy Evans, Robin McKinney, Patricia Walton, Johnna Doty, Jennifer Knott, Stepheni Newton, Shanda Sayle, Karen Heath, Daniel Myers, Michael Thomas, Keith Watson, Carl Mclntire, Garry Gwin, Richard Metts, Jerry Bullock, Scott Brunner, Shawn Cushen, David Hodges, Robert Gates, Ronnie Tissier, Mitchell Cleckler, James McCully, Josh Martin, Billy Hughes, Joseph Bills, Mark Evers, Jeffery Deshazo, Dru Brown, Darrin Cole, Garry Griffin, David Gibbs, Jonathan Seay, Paul Hickman, Keith Little, Christopher Goodbeer, Keith Judy, Terry Sanford, Brian Sturdivant, Larry Jenkins. University of Montevallo Chorale Special Interest — 147 CHEMISTRY CLUB CHEMISTRY CLUB CHEMISTRY Chemistry Club The purpose of the chemistry club is to promote interest in chemistry and to introduce chemistry majors and minors to occupational and educational opportunities. Any chemistry major or minor may join the chemistry club, although anyone interested may attend the meetings. The chemistry club had the opportuni- ty to hear several speakers in the educational area in the field of chemistry. Chemistry club members are: Brenda Rinehart — chairman, Pam Spigarelli — vice chairman, Martha Allen, Sheryl Baker, Candy Berry, Becky Bowman, Craig Clecker, Donn Dorminey, Deborah Evans, Joe Farmer, Scott Hall, Richard Hawkins, Lisa Kidd, Charles Kiefer, Susan Kiefer, Donna Knowles, Sherri Lamprecht, Lacey Lowery, Karin Martin, Tracy Morrison, Crystal Mosley, Gail Murphree, John Nelson, Jana O ' Neil, Mary Ann Price, Kenny Ray, Angela Robbins, Alycia Rogers, Myra Runyan, Linda Savage, David Scheiman, Paula Seibert, Blair Sides, Renee Smith, Laurie Stevens, Mary Stewart, Richard Wegrich, Melissa Weldon, Cynthia Whitten, Teresa Wiggins, Sandra Young, Dr. Aris Merijanian — Advisor. 148 — Special Interest IOSPEL CHOIR GOSPEL CHOIR GOSPEL CHOIR GOSP1 The Inspirational Voices of Christ Members: Adrienne Calhoun, Kenneth Carter, Darrin Cole, Eivora Cook, Brett Pollar, Kim Essex, Kathy Evans, Patricia Gibson, Jacqueline Hurt, Samuel Jones, Sharlene Lanier, Melanie Manear, Ruby McClure, Tracy Parker, Myrtle Ross, Lori Wallace, Angeline Stallworth, Maggie Williams, Carmella Woodard, Patricia Warren, La Cherie Price, Lenda Kitchen, Sheryl Young, Tonja Taylor, and Time Parnell. Special Interest — 149 ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA ISA IS Internatinal Students Association The purpose of this organization is to foster cultural exchange. All international students are automatic members. The projects for this year were the international food festival and a series of talks on international countries at neighboring schools. Members: President — Ganesan Deva, Vice President — Jackie Wee, Secretary Treasurer — Ayoob Khan, Lee Huang Chia, Mei Foong Chooi, John Michael Craw, Kam Foo, Kokula K. Ganesalingam, Heloiza Golbspan, Anthony Graham, David Hardman, Toshinori Ishikuma, Hock Lin Khoh, Luke Khoh, Simin Knight, Chii-En Kong, Kayalakakathu Koshy, Sheut Yuh Lai, David Law, Tony Law, Evelyn Lee, Kenny Lee, Tan Ying Leong, Wei Fong Leong, Poh Yim Lim, Wai Leong Loo, Smai Luemintra, Hon- Wing Mak, Kunie Miyahara, Doreen Ng, Shuh Lii Ng, Hooi Sang Oh, Boon Hean Ong, Sing Lim Ong, Chung Siow, Chaik Lim Tan, Cheng-Eow Tan, Chung-Tao Tang, Miaw Keng Tang, Mooi Lan Theng, Singaram Thyagarajan, Dararat Vatcharayothin, Marianela Villarreal, Kah-Mee Wong, Mon Kuang Yap, Yin Yeap, Sin Chean Yoe, Fatt Kee, Yin Mai Yong. 150 — Special Interest SHEA SHEA SHEA SHEA SHEA SHEA SHEA Student Home Economic Association The purpose of SHEA is to stress the importance of Home Economics as a profession in our society and to introduce members to the organization of careers. They developed as a branch off of American Home Economics Association and a member must be a Home Economic major or minor, pay dues, and attend meetings. Their activities this year include attending a state meeting and participating in a service project for the child study center. Members: Kim Hendrix — President, Virginia Young — Vice President, Grace Reece — Secretary, Lisa Lloyd — Treasurer, Amy Gartman — Publicity, Becky Dunnington — Social Chairman, Cindy Pratt — Social Chairman, Beth Vickery — Membership, Rhonda Hereford — State Representative, Susan Dolbeer, Lisa Stewart, Amber Davenport, Robin Ankrom, Becky Thomas, Lea Able, Zena Sfakianos, Jennifer Robinson, Delyn Hawkins, Martha Mitchell, Pat demons, Charlotte Frachiseur, Wanda Phelps, Suzanne Reid, Letecia Dean, Melanie Bloodworth, Cathy Riggins, Clementine Rose, Angeline Stallworth, Miriam Lowery, Kay Shebs, Andrea Smith, Advisor: Mrs. Avaline Childers. Special Interest — 151 aaii om xa ArA AAn d M xn ArA Panhellenic Council Panhellenic, meaning " All Greek " , is the representative body for the sororities and is composed of one delegate from each group. Its purpose is to develop strong ties among the four sororities. Their activities this year included coordinating Rush, holding a banquet for the Pledge Class officers, sponsoring a Halloween party with the IFC and a Greek Christmas party, and Greek Week in the spring. £ - " i Members: Dorothy Phifer — President, Robyn Auchmuty — Vice-President, Angela White — Secretary, Michelle Vines— Treasurer, Adviser: James R. Wilkinson. 152 — Social [FC IFC IFC IFC IFC IFC IFC IFC IFC IFC International Fraternity Council The International Fraternity Council is the representative body for the fraternities on campus and is composed of delegates from participating groups. They have been involved with activities this year such as Greek Week and sponsoring parties with Panhellenic. Members: Knox Bannister, Mike Gray, Mike Tamucci, Weyman Prater, Robert Spechalske, Dean Wilkinson, David Williams. Social — 153 CIRCLE K CIRCLE K CIRCLE K CIRCLE K Circle K Circle K provides campus and community service. It started in 1960 as an all male club but now member- ship is open to anyone who shows an avid interest in the needs of others. Each year the Montevallo chapter works with the Briarcliff Nursing Home and plans to work with the S. C. Youth Services and King ' s Ranch as well as participate in numerous campus projects. Members: President — Amy Barnes, Vice-President — Kelli Bryan, Secretary — Monette Jones, Treasurer — James Wagner, Linda Walton, Robbie Duckett, Cheryl Little, Molly Marshall, Terry Bowen, Becky Thomas, David Petitt, Sherry Crowder, Jennifer Knott, Advisors: Dean Wilkenson and Dean Mahan. 154 — Service MONTEVALLO MASTERS MONTEVALLO MASTERS Montevallo Masters The purpose of the Montevallo Masters is to provide official hosts and hostesses as representatives of the University of Montevallo at university functions both on and off campus. A member must have a 1.5 GPA and be a full time student with a junior class standing. They began in 1979 and their activities this year included attending the state-wide host hostess convention at Joe Wheeler State Park, repre- senting UM at Alumni meetings across the state, and serving on campus at graduation, honors day, Founders day, and other university-wide functions. ■aBHB KH Members: Sarah Bone — Coordinator, Beth Vickrey — Chairperson, Alice Ogden — Co-Chairperson, Robin Ankrom, Scott Brunner, Delyn Hawkins, Donna Hudson, Barry Logan, Fredrick Randall, Penny Robertson, Advisor: Dr. Linda Mahan. Service — 155 RHA RHA RHA RHA RHA RHA RHA RHA RESIDENCE HALL ASSOCIATION The RHA started 5 years ago to turn the dorms (a place where one sleeps and studies) into Residence Halls — a place where one does more than sleeps and studies, but also socializes. RHA was started to fill a void on campus and give students activities they could enjoy MEMBERS: Cindy Roberts, Melanie Poole, Theresa Knops, Angela George, Karen Willette, Denise Moultrie, Lea Able, Jacgy Wagner, Trisha Tombrells, Annette Clark, Maggie Williams, Sandy Gwin, Cathey Price, David Gibbs, Mike Theus, Hayden McDaniel, Melody Lake, Niki Pryor, Larry Jenkins, Cassandra Matthews, and Gretchen Guy. Faculty Advisor is Iva Jane Holley. OFFICERS: President — Cindy Roberts, Vice President — Melanie Poole, Secretary — Theresa Knops, National Communication Chairman — Denise Moultrie, and Treasurer — Karen Willette and Angela George. 156 — Service RHA RHA RHA RHA RHA RHA RHA RHA HALL PRESIDENTS: Lea Able (Brooke), Trisha Tombella (Hanson), Annette Clark, Maggie Williams, and Sandy Gwin (Main), Jacgy Wagner (Tutwiler) Cathy Price (Peck), David Gibbs and Mike Theus (Lund), and Hayden McDaniel (Fuller). COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: Gretchen Guy — Cafe Concerns, Melody Lake — Social, Larry Jenkins — Legislative, Cassandra Matthews — Resident Concerns, Melanie Meaner — Recreational, and Miki Pryor — Publicity. Service — 157 ,CON FORCE FALCON FORCE FALCON FORCE FALCQ1 Falcon Force Falcon Force was chartered in 1982 at the University of Montevallo to student participation for the support of all athletic events. Anyone willing to support its purpose may be a member. Falcon Force encourages everyone to join to show their support of UM athletics and for the individuals who strive to make it all work together. Some of the Falcon Force activities include open houses for athletic teams, making spirit posters and buttons, and naming Player-of-the-Week for volleyball and basketball. Members: President — Angeline Stallworth, Vice-President — Alicia Hill, Secretary — Teresa Knopps, Historian — Ruby McClure, Social Chairman — Mary Ann Price, Publicity Chairman — Kathy Price, Squad Leaders — Dusty Merritt and Delphine Elder, Ivora Cooke, Bridgett Germac, Sharon Maneice, Twanna Tolbert, Lori Wallace, Advisor: Freda Shivers. 158 — Recreation I CLUB M CLUB M CLUB M CLUB M CLUB M MCLUB The ' M ' Club was developed as a service organization to promote fellowship among all college sports, for both men and women. It also honors any All-American athletes previously at the University. The club originated as the ' A ' Club in 1960 and served only men until 1983. The requirements for membership is that you must have lettered in any sport at the University. Special projects performed by the ' M ' Club are: Gifts to Montevallo needy families, preparation for athletics in gym (men and women); UM Baseball Classic and fund raisers such as Doughnut Sales. HtH • Members: John Daniell — President Gerry Rivero — Vice President, Diane Green — Vice President, Diana Olszeviski — Vice President, Billy Conner — Sec. -Treasurer, Steve Smitherman — Sergeant of Arms, Johnny Barnes — Entertainment Chairman, Tim Eberhart, David Strevel, David Bailey, Rebel Houston, John Durrett, Alan Henke, Rick Slomkowski, Ronald Benton, Danny Vickery, Brian Davis, Roger Wesson, Scott Storey, Todd Hill, Warren Wittles, Mark Blanchette, Harold Leady, Chad Bolten, Greg Kidd, Debbie Evans, Robin Haire, Judy Perkins, Lessie Gaddes, Te Straughm, Robin Bently, Bridget Zicarelli, Kristy Golden, Janet Ingram, Denise Clary, Blanche Watkins, Paula Seibert, Debbie Noack, Karen Kreger, Amy Dishroom, Lynette French, Laurie Washburn, Ruth Perkins, Pam Johnson, Becky King, Advisors — Mr. Bob Rirsener — Baseball Coach, Mr. Bud Childers — Women Basketball Coach, Honorary Members: Mr. Chuck Moyer, Mr. Moon Thorton. Recreational — 159 ». ' . :. ' 160 vo j- i ' v frjw ' r£a .- ,-;- -■■■ : :iv " - " h .•= -. " - " ' - . ; - --.-i ' ' . - ■■ r 2T - Volleyball When the Lady Falcons volleyball team defeated Alabama State in the District 27 playoffs they qualified for the NAIA National Volleyball Tournament for the second consecutive year. The road to the national tournament was a rocky one for the Lady Falcons as they struggled to an early 13-15 record. Then, the team jelled, went on a 15-4 tear and finished the season at 28-19. Going in to the season coach Bev Warren knew it would be a rebuilding one. " We lost five players off last year ' s team that finished seventh in the nation including a third team All- American, in Sandra Sims, and a National Tournament second team player, Deborah Milliner, " said Warren. " You just can ' t lose that kind of talent and not feel it. " 162 — Sports At the National Tournament the Lady Falcons were placed in a pool with Missouri Western, BYU-Hawaii and Geneva College. If Montevallo could complete pool play as one of the top two teams they would advance to a single elimination tournament with a shot at the Nation- al Championship. A total of 16 teams qualified for the National Tournament with Montevallo being among a few returning. For the second consecutive year Warren was named as the District 27 Coach-of-the-Year. She has compiled a 237-100-1 record in her seven years at Monte- vallo. Lady Falcons Toots Cooley and Tee Straughn were named to the NAIA All-District 27 volleyball team. Coo- ley, a senior setter, was named to the team for the second straight year while Straughn, a junior setter-hitter, was named to the squad in this her first year at Montevallo. Sports — 163 1. Denise Clary, Laurel Hill, Fla. 2. Elizabeth Colley, Pelham, Al. 3. Amy Dishroom, Huntsville, Al. 4. Lynette French, Huntsville, Al. 5. Dianne Green, Huntsville, Al. 6. Kristy Golden, Valparaiso, Fla. 1. Janet Ingram, Killen, Al. 2. Becky King, Freeport, Fla. 3. Karen Kreger, Sarasota, Fla. 4. Debbie Noack, Hillsboro, Mo. 5. Paula Seibert, Decatur, Al. 6. Theresa Straughn, Pensacola, Fla. 7. Blanche Watkins, Brent, Al. 166 — Sports Beverly Warren Head Coach Women ' s Basketball When the Lady Falcons Basketball team ended the 1983-84 season by beating Judson College 82-54, they wrapped up the most successful season in the school ' s history. It was a season that saw the Golden Falcons win more games than the team had in three previous seasons combined and one that saw them break or tie 14 school records. " It was a pretty good year but by no means am I satisfied, " said first year head coach Bud Childers. " I said at the be- ginning of the year that we would be lucky to go .500 for the year and we ended up 15-13. 1 guess that isn ' t bad when you consider that we played 11 games against teams ranked in the Top 20 while starting four sophomores and one freshman. " The Golden Falcons ended the season with 15 wins which was two more than the team had notched in the three previous seasons combined when they went 13-52. This year marked only the second time in the 12 year history of the sport at UM that the team has had a winning season; the other time was in 1972-73 when women ' s ath- letic director Bev Warren guided the team to a 7-2 record. The Golden Falcons broke nine school records with the 15 wins, showing just how far the program has come in one year under Childers. The season started off with a bang for the Golden Falcons as they posted a 5-2 record and were ranked in the NAIA Top Twenty for the first time in the history of the school. Then the leading scorer, Karen Scott, was lost for the rest of the year due to grades. Still the team managed to post a 5-1 record in District 27 play and tied Alabama-Huntsville for the regular season title. " This team just lacked the depth to fill the void when we lost our top scorer, " said Childers. " But then I don ' t know of any team that can lose its best athlete and not feel it. " Looking back I think that we have set a solid foundation for years to come but I repeat that it wasn ' t a great year by any means. " said Childers. " But you would have thought we went 28-0 with as much trouble as I am having to get UAB, Mississippi State and some other NCAA Division I teams to play us next year. " 1 . Robyn Bentley, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 2. Mary Beth Blankenship, Cherokee, Al. 3. Sharen Douglas, Chattanoga, Tenn. 4. Debbie Evans, Decatur, Al. 5. Lynette French, Huntsville, Al. 6. Lessie Gaddis, Montevallo, Al. 1. Robin Haire, Smyrna, Tenn. 2. Janet Ingram, Killen, Al. 3. Pam Johnson, Union Springs, Al. 4. Diana Olszewski, Niceville, Fla. 5. Judy Perkins, Scottsville, Ky. 6. Ruth Perkins, Montevallo, Al. 7. Karen Scott, Chattanooga, Tenn. 8. Bridget Zicarelli, Lake Charles, La. 170 - Sports Bud Childers Head Coach Sports— 171 Men ' s Basketball With a team and a bench full of experience and talent, Head Coach Dr. Bill Elder headed his Montevallo Falcon team into what promised to be a banner year in 1983-84. With seven se- niors, Anthony Glaude, James Smith, Richard Dorsey, Wayne Tanner, Rodney Scott, Reggie Truss, and Alonzo Williams, along with All-Conference sophomore Kennedy King and junior col- lege talents Clarence Rowe, Dexter Walker, and Curtis Cambell. The Falcons had the makings of what came to be a strong South- ern States Conference Contender. Injuries, losses in close games, and mistakes took their toll as the Falcon fans hopes of a " dream season " never materialized. The men, however, compiled a strong 19-11 record and were constantly respected by opponents as an e xplosive crew of talent in fused key coaching. The falcons began their season by winning their own Lion ' s Club-UM Tip-Off Tournament. Kennedy King was named the Most Valuable Player for his 38-point effort in two games. Glaude was also named to the All-Tournament roster. « rv 172 — Sports The Falcons lost their first game of the year in the finals of the Delta State Tournament on November 22. Glaude was named to the All-Tournament team. Before the holiday break, Coach Bill Elder ' s men would compile a 6-4 record and would be named third in the Southern State Conference. After Christmas, the Falcons lost in the finals of the Auburn-Montgomery Blue Gray Classic to AUM, on December 30. Glaude and Dexter Walker were named All-Tournament. Only a week before the all important Southern States Tournament, Montevallo had a 17-7 record with three regular season games left. The Falcons lost heartbrokers to Birmingham-Southern, Athens State and Alabama- Huntsville; all of whom were S.S.C. schools. The Falcon outlook was grim. Montevallo, behind Glaude ' s All- American style play, advanced to the finals of the league tourney by upsetting arch rival Southern 70-61 in Mont- gomery. In the finals, however, the Falcons would not fair as well, losing 63-58 to homestanding AUM. The Falcon ' s season came to an end. Anthony Glaude was named to the final season tournament. Coach Elder commented, " It was a good year. I hope that next one will be even better, even though we are losing seven guys. Recruiting and several returners will provide strong rebounding and ball handling next year. " Sports — 173 1. Jeff Adams 2. Leland Benefield 3. Curtis Cambell 4. Richard Dorsey 174 -Sports 1. Rodney Scott 5. Ressie Truss 2. James Smith 6. Dexter Walker 3. Steve Swain 7. Alonzo Williams 4. Wayne Tanner 8. Andre White Sports- 175 - 176 -Sports Golf Montevallo golf team had an impressive fall show- ing. This included winning the North Alabama Clas- sic at McFarland Park golf course in Florence, Al., the Nashboro Village Collegiate Classic at Nashboro Vil- lage golf course in Nashville, Tenn., and second place finishes at the Hart invitational at the Cullman Mu- nicipal golf course and the Terri Pines Country Club in Cullman, Al., and the Calhoun Fall Classic at Pt. Mal- lard golf course in Decatur, Al. The Falcons tied for first at the Calhoun Fall Classic but lost in the sudden death playoff. Coach Leon Davis said that " we will have potential- ly the strongest team in the history of the school. " " Based on what we did in the fall we should have an outstanding year. " Dr. Leon Davis — Golf Coach Athletic Director FALCON ' S GOLF SCHEDULE Mar. 23-25 Southern Junior-Senior (Stillwater) Dadeville, Al. Mar. 30-31 Marion Institute Invitational (Marion) Marion, Al. Apr. 5-6 Montevallo Invitational (Frank House) Bessemer, Al Apr. 13-15 Alabama Intercollegiate (Point Mallard) Decatur, Al. Apr. 23 NAIA District 27 Playoffs (Lagoon Park) Montgomery, Al. Apr. 26 NAIA District 27 Playoffs (Riverchase) Birmingham, Al. June 5-8 NAIA National Tournament (Bay Valley) Saginaw, Mich. Sports — 177 u ■jzx±s . KSS l ■-. - Sii V - ?v r. . ;.■ • - 178 — Swnvf •■ - v i : W: " ' ' T, - ' - .- : J ■■■ ' „■■-- . ;V ' ' rV- ' : - ' --- ! S$ •■-• ? ' -. • . ■■ Harold Breen, Huntsville, AL Scott Davenport, Centreville, AL Chuck Wood, Mobile, AL Steve Fair, Anniston, AL Mike Craw, Tasmania, Australia Brian Jorgenson, New Hartford, N.Y. Don Hancock, St. Charles, ILL. Gary Wakefield, Amhearst, N.H. ©Be; cy ' L: Sports— 179 ;£s i o .. ' . ' » 180 " ■• Fli nt Vines, Huntsville 2. Jim Seig, Birmingham 1. Gordon Saunders, Birmingham 2. Mark McMeen, Brandon, FL Baseball Bob Riesener Head Baseball Coach Lisenby congratulates Coach Riesener on his 400th career win: vs. Huntingdon, 5-0. BASEBALL SCHEDULE Mar. 2 Miles College Mar. 30 Illinois Benedictine Mar. 3 North Alabama Mar. 31 Huntingdon Mar. 4 Livingston Apr. 3 Livingston Mar. 8 Northern Kentucky Apr. 7 Birmingham Southern Mar. 9 Northern Kentucky Apr. 10 Alabama Christian Mar. 9 Wheaton College Apr. 13 Spring Hall Mar. 10 Northern Kentucky Apr. 14 West Florida Mar. 10 Wheaton College Apr. 17 Huntingdon Mar. 12 Samford Apr. 19 Samford Mar. 15 Jacksonville State Apr. 21 Jacksonville Mar. 17 Kalamazoo Apr. 24 Birmingham Southern Mar. 19 Kalamazoo Apr. 2b Miles College Mar. 21 Um Classic Apr. 28 Alabama Christian Mar. 22 West Georgia, Baldwin, Wallace, William Carey May 9 NAIA District 27 Playoffs Mar. 24 West Florida May 17 NAIA Area 5 Playoffs Mar. 29 Illinois Benedictine May 30 at NAIA National Tournament w Y 3801 M m t r JJH-4I III, ' iUM ' J M 1. David Bailey, Brent 2. Wayne Barker, Leeds 3. Johnny Barnes, Hueytown 4. Todd Bass, Pelham 5. Mark Blanchette, Dudkey, MA 6. Chad Bolton, Birmingham 7. Billy Conner, Dora 8. John Daniell, Austell 9. John Durrett, Alabaster 10. Tim Eberhart, Ft. Payne 182 1. Maury Grayson, Sylacauga 2. Allen Henke, Shelby 3. Todd Hill, Hueytown 4. Rebel Houston, Childersburg 5. Greg Kidd, Pittsford, NY 6. Harold Leedy, Browns Mill, NJ 7. Mark Lisenby Midfield 8. Gerry Rivero, Tampa, FL 9. Jim Schauer, Birmingham 10. Kelvin Shephard, Sylacauga 183 1. Doug Sisson, Titusville, FL 2. Rick Slomkowski, Fairport, NY 3. Steve Smitherman, Alabaster 4. Scott Storey, Childersburg 5. David (Chopper) Strevel, B irmingham 184 6. Danny Vickrey, Atmore 7. Roger Wesson, Hueytown 8. Jimmy White, Birmingham 9. Warren Whittles, Westboro, MA 10. Tommy McNorton, Assistant Coach Sports — 185 Cheerleaders Kim Durham Celeste Melton 186 — Sports Sports- 187 Intramurals - ' • ' -- " ' « EP ; ' ' : •- — ' • ' : ' • r . ' ■ ' - ' ' ' Vivj ' -j " r. ? " ' ' . ' . ■■... ...... 15 , - : ■ ... - . i :.i. . ™i " W . .. ' ,-1. tis ' j-.,i. ' -_ . 188 - Sports Sports— 189 1 ---:•; . 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BOYETT — Omicron Delta Kappa Lead- ership Honorary — Psi Chi Psychology Honorary — Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister Secretary-Trea- surer — Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Senator — SGA Academics Committee — Student Faculty Li- brary Committee — Justice Council — Court Man- ager — College Night Cabinet Gold Publicity — Dean ' s List — National Dean ' s List — Alpha Gamma Delta Social Sorority Corresponding Secretary, Re- cording Secretary, and Membership Chairman — American Personnel and Guidance Association — Greek Week — Intramural sports BARBARA BARTH — National Dean ' s List — Asso- ciation for Childhood Education International CAROLINE BATROUS — Alpha Lambda Delta vice-president — Phi Kappa Phi — Lambda Sigma Pi — Freshman Seminar Advisor — Special Olym- pics — Dean ' s List — Montevallo Association of Human Services — Valedictorian Scholarship — Freshman Honors Scholarship — Georgia Emma Douglas Scholarship CAROL BRADFORD — Valedictorian Scholarship — American Business Women ' s Association Scholar- ship — Omicron Delta Kappa- Alpha Honor Society — Dean ' s List — Alpha Delta Pi Social Fraternity vice-president, standards chairman, and Rush chair- man — Delta Chi Social Fraternity Little Sister — Intramural sports — Main ' s Chief Fire Marshal — SGA Freshman Senator — Special Services Tutor — Montevallo Master — RHA — Cable News 13 Weather Anchor — Alpha Epsilon Rho — Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities Senior Directories — 241 LISA BROWNE — Alpha Gamma Delta Ritual chairman — NSSLHA — Kappa Delta Pi — Justice Council — Dean ' s List — National Dean ' s List — Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Univer- sitites — Main Event Ministry — Freshman Seminar Advisor — College Night PV JULIANNE CHANEY — BSU choir and musicals — Purple Show — U.M. Lyric Theatre productions — Inspirational Voices of Christ — Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. — Afro-American Society — The Liv- ing Word Church Ministries LISACHILSON — Baptist Student Union Officer — Internationals — Ministries and Discipleship — Choir — Association of Early Childhood Education International Student Association — APGA mem- ber — RHA LINDA REEVES DAVIS — Freshman Orientation Leader — Freshman Seminar Advisor Supervisor — Registration worker CAROLYN JOY DeVITO — Psi Chi officer — Cirle K — LDSSA presidnet — Statistics tutor — Concert Choir — Chorale — Dean ' s List — Research assistant to various faculty members SARAH E. ETHEREDGE — Student Home Econom- ics Association — National Education Association — Wesley Fellowship Foundation — National Dean ' s List CYNTHIA EILEEN GARNER — Kappa Delta Pi — Dean ' s List — National Dean ' s List — Baptist Stu- dent Union Worship Chairman — Association For Childhood Education International CHARLOTTE FRACHISEUR — Student Home Eco- nomics Association Secretary — Omicron Delta Kappa — Phi Theta Kappa — Lambda Sigma Pi — Senior Elite Home Economics ' Education — High- est Honors Junior and Senior — American Associ- ation of University Women ANGELA MARIE GEORGE — Phi Theta Kappa — Lambda Sigma Pi — RHA Treasurer CONNIE L. GILBERT — National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association — Lambda Sig- ma Pi — Kappa Delta Pi — Phi Theta Kappa Alumni Chapter — National Dean ' s List — Brooke Hall Council ANTHONY GLAUDE — Basketball SUSAN DOLBEER — Main Event Campus Ministry — SGA Sophomore Senator — SGA Chaplain — Intramural Volleyball and Raquetball — SHEA — Omicron Nu Treasurer — Alpha Lambda Delta — Omicron Delta Kappa — Phi Kappa Phi — Lambda Sigma Pi JACKIE RAE DRAIN — Baptist Student Union puppets director — Association for Childhood Edu- cation International ROBBIE KAY DUCKETT — Brooke Hall Council Social Committee Chairman — Faculty Associate Student Host — National Residence Hall Honorary — Circle K International — Association for Child- hood Education International — College Night Purple Tickets and Publicity PATTY ENDRESS — Campus Ministry ship Training Leader- SHARLA GUINN — BSU — Main Event Ministries — National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association — Dean ' s List GRETCHEN ANNA GUY — Kappa Pi president — Montevallo Master — Chi Omega Fraternity Pledge Class president, Rush committee, Pledge Board, Historian — Student Home Economic Asso- ciation — Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister, Calander Girl, Dream Girl — RHA Cafe Concerns Commit- tee Chairman — O.D.K. leadership honorary — Ju- nior Favorite — Freshman Seminar Program Head Coordinator, Supervisor — SGA Fine Arts Senator, Junior and Senior Senator, Pro Tempore of the Sen- ate president, Equal Opportunity Committee, Legis- lative Committee, Constitution and Rules Commit- tee Secretary — College Night Gold Cast, Costum- ing — Orchesis — Intramural swimming — Greek Week — Alabamian Staff photographer — Canter- bury Club — Episcopal College youth group — Fel- lowship Chairman — Bike-A-Thons 242 — Senior Directories KAREN RENEE HEATH — Alpha Epsilon Rho — National Dean ' s List — Dean ' s List — Intramural sports BSU — BSU Choir, puppets, Drama co-direc- tor, Choir-drama director, Choir-drama assistant di- rector — Montevallo Communications Services Church News and Religious Organization Reporter, Remote Crew, Studio Crew, Technical Supervisor — Women ' s Chorale — Concert Choir RHONDA L. HEREFORD — Alpha Gamma Delta Scholarship and Publicity Committees — SGA Sophomore and Junior Senator, Academic Develop- ment Committee, Elections Committee — Student Home Economics Association State Representative — Myrtice Hicks McDaniel Birmingham News Scholarship — Home Economics Core Curriculum Student Member — Freshman Seminar Advisor — Dean ' s List — National Dean ' s List — College Night Purple Publicity, Cowtail, Business Manager — Intramural sports — Valedictorian Scholarship — American Home Economics Association BRYAN KEITH KREPS — Music Educators National Conference — Kappa Delta Pi — Student National Education Association — College Night Purple Or- chestra — Jazz Ensemble — Wind Ensemble — Lyric Theatre Orchestra THRESEA LADD — Montevallo Association for Human Services — BSU — Dean ' s List — Freshman Seminar Advisor — College Night Ticket Commit- tee ALAN CRAIG MANGUM — Napier Hall Council president — Alpha Kappa Psi Warden, Master of Rituals — Montevallo Masters — Delta Chi Frater- nity Treasurer, Pledge Counselor, Rush chairman, Scholarship chairman, Chapter Luminary — Omi- cron Delta Kappa — Outstanding Young Men In America — Alpha Gam Man — Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Universities — Student In- tern Alumni office — Dean ' s List ELLEN HOLLEY — BSU Missions Chairman, Sum- mer Missionary to Pennsylvania — Dean ' s List — BSU discipleship and Bible Study SUSAN DENETT JACKSON — Women ' s Intramu- ral Student Director — Phi Theta Kappa Gamma Alumni Chapter — College Night Purple Athletics — Physical Education Club Secretary, Publicity Chairman LAURA-LYNN JOHNSON — Sigma Tau Delta president — SAEA — SNEA — NCTE — Senior March Queen — Harbert Writing Center Tutor — Academic Development Committee Secretary ANN MARIE MARTIN — Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Guard, Alpha Honorary — Alpha Lambda Delta — Sigma Tau Delta Secretary-Treasurer — Phi Kappa Phi — Omicron Delta Kappa — Lambda Sigma Pi — Latin Merit Award — Dean ' s List — Valedictorian Scholarship — Freshman Honors Scholarship — Alabamian Staff CRYSTAL LYNN MOSLEY — Chi Omega Rush chairman, president — Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister — Beta Beta Beta Secretary Alpha Lambda Delta — Lambda Sigma Pi — National Dean ' s List — Valedic- torian Scholarship — College Night Gold Cheer- leader DON JONES — Delta Chi Social Fraternity vice- president — Alpha Kappa Psi president — Peck Hall Council — College Night Publicity and Tickets SHERRILL LYNN MURER — Student Home Eco- nomics Association — Discipleship Group. KIMBERLY KLINE — Band — BSU — ACEI presi- dent — Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister — Freshman Seminar Advisor — Kappa Delta Pi — Lambda Sig- ma Pi — Dean ' s List — College Night Purple Tick- ets ELIZABETH ANN KEITH — Phi Chi Theta — Fal- conettes Dance Team RUSSELL G. MURRAY — Main Event Ministry — Discipleship — Intramurals — football and basket- ball MEE GAIK NG — Deans List — Golson Honors Seminar — Freshman Seminar Advisor — Phi Beta Kappa Award Senior Directories — 243 ANGELA SUE OWSLEY — BSU — Main Events Ministries — RHA Judicial Review Board — Wind Ensemble — Deans List — National Students of Speech and Language and Hearing Association — College Night (Gold) — Orchestra — Mascot DEANNA M. ROHLING — Alabamian Staff — Beta Beta Beta president — Dean ' s List — Kappa Mu Epsilon — Phi Kappa Phi — Lambda Sigma Pi — Biology Lab Assistant — Jan Eagles Memorial Schol- arship — Harbert Writing Center volunteer tutor — Contributor to Tower MARC PARRISH — ATO Fraternity (Worthy Scribe) — Deans List — Phi Theta Kappa Alumni Fraternity — Kappi Pi Art — Gold Cabinet (Art Director) Disci- pleship group — Who ' s Who among American Col- leges and Universities TAMMY LISA PITTS — Kappa Delta Pi — Alpha Lambda Delta — Lambda Sigma Pi — National Stu- dent Speech, Language and Hearing Association — Deans List — National Deans List SARAH UNERA SHAW — BSU choir MARY E. STEWART — Montevallo Master — Resi- dent Assistant — Delta Sigma Theta sorority presi- dent — Afro American Society Senior Representa- tive DONNA LEE STRICKLAND — Alpha Delta Pi — Main Event — Orchesis — Alpha Psi Omega — Forensics CYNTHIA ANN PRATT — SHEA (Social Chairman Publicity Chairman) Reporter for AHEA — Re- cipient of James H. Virginia S. Sharbutt Scholar- ship — Student Representative to the Home Eco- nomics Alumni Advisory Board — Alpha Lambda Delta — Deans List CATHERINE LYNN PRICE — Phi Chi Theta (Histo- rian) — Peck Hall Council — Publicity Chairman President — Falcon Force (President Publicity Chairman) TERESA PERRY — Freshman Seminar Advisor — Student Senate — National Dean ' s List Kappa Delta Pi (officer) — ACEI (officer) — Assistant tickets for College Night — SNEA — Dean ' s List. SANDRA WAYNE PRICE — National Student Speech Language Hearing Association — K appa Delta Pi Treasurer — Lambda Sigma Pi — National Dean ' s List — Dean ' s List — Department of Speech Pathology Advisory Board VIVIEN MARY ROBERTSON — Chi Omega Soror- ity Social Chairman, Membership Chairman — Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister Secretary — SGA Sopho- more Senator — Alabamian Staff — College Night Gold Cheerleader — Chi Omega Pledge Board — Pledge Class vice-president MARGIE TERRY — Wesley Fellowship — BSU — Resident Assistant — Residents Advisory Commit- tee — Peck Hall Council — Physical Education Club — Intramural sports — College Night Gold make- up committee - Junior Honors — Senior Highest Honors — Dean ' s List — National Dean ' s List — Lambda Sigma Pi — Phi Kappa Phi — Montevallo Striders — Discipleship — Baptist Young Women LEAH TILLERY — Katherine Vickery Scholarship — Kappa Delta Pi president — Alabama Associ- ation for Young Children Outstanding Achieve- ment Award and Scholarship — ACEI publicity chairman — Lambda Sigma Pi — Senior ' s Who ' s Who — Student Curriculum Advisory Committee — Special Services Tutor for English lab — Gold Volleyball — National Dean ' s List CYNTHIA KAREN WALTERS — Kappa Delta Pi vice-president — Lambda Sigma Pi — Freshman Seminar Advisor — Dean ' s List — Student National Educational Association vice-president, president- elect — BSU Choir JAY WILKOFF — Alpha Kappa Psi vice-president — Circle K treasurer — Napier Hall Council — Col- lege Night Gold — Intramural sports BSU — Brass Ensemble — Jazz Ensemble ELLEN ZIEHR — Who ' s Who — Phi Mu Sorority president — Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister — Stu- dent Advisory Committee Education Secretary — Campus Tour Guide for Admissions 244 — Senior Directories . Graduate Students Celia Adams Jo Alexander Willie Allen Rebecca Aired Mary Anderson Susan Arledge Kay Atchison Kay Balch Sharon Barrow Brad Bensinger Sara Bentley Ronald Blanton Margaret Bloomer Charles Bolding Carolyn Boone Shari Boruvka Terry Bowen Sally Brinks Nancy Brooks Barbara Brown Catherine Burke Donna Burleson Theresa Burns Anne Cardone Barbara Carpenter Daniel Carr Mary Cauthen Kelly Christian Mildred Cline Roosevelt Cochran Reba Cofer Patricia Comer David Conway Kenneth Cook James Cooper Carol Crawford Joseph Creel Dovie Cutchen Peggy Czerw William Darby Betty Davis Cena Davis Margaret Davis Susan Davis Brenda Dawkins Kitizah Deason Teresa Dollar Donn Corminey John Draper Elaine Dumas Mary Earley Robert Edge Sarah Eiland Hal Ellison May Ennis Kia Erwin Steven Faber Stephen Fancher William Fanning Robert Farmer John Finlay Deborah Floyd Seng Foo Joseph Ford Charlotte Frachiseur Beverly Franklin Jimmy Frazier Nickie Freeman Cecil Fuller Fiona Gant Charlene Garrett Elizabeth Garrison Lily Gathings Romona Gay Daniel Goggins Heloiza Golbspan Steven Gover Brenda Grant Tommy Gravlee Sharon Grey Robert Griffin James Guier Timothy Gunter Cheri Hagan Classes -245 $ Graduate Students Joseph Hagan Robert Hagood Kathey Hairston Tamela Hale Betty Hall Hershall Hall Anne Hamilton Kenneth Hamrick Jerry Harris Johnnie Harrison Tamara Harrison Barbara Haynie Phillip Haynie Barbara Hill Carol Hill Dorothy Hobbs Rebecca Holcombe Susan Holcombe Lindsey Holifield Iva Holley Charles Hopper Martha Houston Rosalie Hunt James Hyche Nellie Ingram Woodie Jackson Brenda Johnson Judy Johnston Susan Kelly Leisha Key Ginger Kimbrell Annette King Carolyn Kinney Sherry Kirton James Knowles Barbara Lavender David Law Carolyn Lawrence Peggy Lee Ivanna Lenoir Sandra Lester Nancy Lewis Deborah Martin Donna Martin Nancy Maurer Deborah McBeath Annie McClain Johnnie McClain Sherrel McClure Kevin McCoy Tammie McGriff Bettye Meigs Terri Miller Glenda Mims Sandra Mims Vikii Mims Phyllis Mitchell Sharon Morgan Susan Morris Susan Morris Martha Morrow Robert Moss Cathy Moxley Carolyn Nevin Janet Noland Lori Norton Patricia Norton Betty Oaks Laura Odom John Paisley Gary Parker Harriet Parker Joyce Parnell Lisa Patterson Ladonna Payne Helen Payton Jimmy Payton Sandra Peacock Grace Peerson Andrea Petras Gloria Phillips Hugh Phillips Terrell Phillips Freda Pittard 246 — Classes Graduate Students Linda Pitts William Plott Bonnie Ponder Theresa Pritchett James Purcell Donna Putman Venetia Ray Rhonda Reynolds George Rhodes Martha Rhodes Melissa Richardson Caron Riley Linda Rinehart Sarah Roberts Marvin Rochelle Ann Rochester Marion Ross Linda Sawyer Martha Schuessler Wallace Schuessler Barbara Scott Gisela Scruggs Howard Segars Terry Sellers Mary Semrick Brenda Shaddix Sue Shaddix Catherine Sheperd David Shiflett Freda Shivers Deborah Short Madge Sidwell Donna Sims Georgeanne Sims Jane Slaughter Brenda Smith Charles Smith Judy Smith Sydney Smith Vivian Smith Wanda Smith Lisa Snowden Nemesio Sosa Terry Speake Melinda Splawn John Staik Steven Stancil Jerry Stephens Janet Stiff Joy Stinson Mildred Stumpf Jeanette Swindle Haywood Thompson Suzette Turner John Van Valkenburg Kimberly Vandergriff Joe Varden William Varenadore Cynthia Veazey Nancy Walker Rosalind Wallace Catherine Walton Kelley Warren Mellissa Watkins Mary White Sara Whitten Mary Williams Donald Willingham Charles Wilson John Wilson Norine Wilson John Wright David Zieber Sheri Zimmerman Classes — 247 248 -Closing Closing 249 Compliments of a FRIEND AL GARRETT TIRE SALES Hiway 25 Montevallo, AL Ph: 665-7675 Best Deal in Wheels CZESKLEBAT.V. 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" Herrington Grocery, Rt. 1, Enterprise, AL Montevallo Florist, Main Street, Ph: 665-2221 Sears Catalog Sales Merchant Spiller Family of Stores — " More Furniture for Your Money " 251 More Senior Directories JOHN TIMOTHY HOVEN — Student Government Association: Freshman senator; Sophomore senator; president protem of the student senate; constitution finance committee chairman; student health commit- tee chairman; member, Alpha Kappa Psi, professional business fraternity: pledge class president; sergeant- at-arms; member, Delta Chi Social fraternity: pledge class president; public relations chairman, two terms; constitution committee chairman; founder of and hall committee chairman; co-founder and business man- ager, The Acropolis, a campus newsletter; major, political science, business; worked full-time in local business while attending college. BETH KILLOUGH — Freshman Senator, Sophomore Class President, Junior Senator, SGA Ombudsman, University Program Council, College Night Com., Cast, Cabinet, Purple Leader, Alpha Gamma Delta Social Fraternity: Activities, Publicity, and Social Standards Officers, Alpha Epsilon Rho — Charter mem- ber, Young Republicans, Freshman Seminar Supervisor, Channel 13 Cable Newscast: Reporter, Producer, Camera Person, MONTAGE — copy, ALABAMIAN — Organization editor, TOWER, Student Gov. Commit- tees: special services, election chairman, academics, Most Valuable Player: Basketball (2 yrs.), Tennis (2 yrs.) Softball (3 yrs.), Publication Committee, Lambda Chi little sister, University Intramural Board, SEAK, Internship — Film crew for motion picture filmed in AL, Student Affairs Advisory Board, Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities, Junior Class Favorite, National Deans List, Miss U of M Nominee, Miss Greek Nominee. KAREN LOCKHART — President of Senior Class, President of Alpha Gamma Delta Social Fraternity, Vice President of the College of Education Student Advisory Board, Chairman of the Elite Night Committee, Chairman of the Special Events Committee for the SGA, College of Education Senator in the Student Gov. Association from 1981-1983, Business Manager of the MONTAGE and also the Honors Section Editor (1982- 1983), Student Representative on the Teacher Education Com. Continuing Education Committee, Fresh- man Seminar Advisor, Kappa Delta Pi Education Honorary, Historian, Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honorary, ACEI, Alabama Association for Young Children, Outstanding student of Education from UM, Student Publications Committee, Vice President Scholarship for Alpha Gamma Delta (82-83) College Night Cabinet, Purple Publicity Assistant, Discipleship Ministries, Junior Honors Seminar, Outstanding Under- graduate in Education, Senior Elite in Early Childhood Education, Phi Kappa Pi, Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, UM Alumni Honors Scholarship Recipient, National Deans List, Miss U of M Nominee, Miss Greek Nominee, Junior and Senior Class Favorite. DOROTHY PHIFER — President of Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society, ODK " Leader of the Year " , Chi Omega Social Sorority — Pledge Class President, " Ideal Chi Omega " , " Best Member " , Intramur- als, Panhellenic Representative, Panhellenic Council: Secretary, President, Phi Alpha Theta Vice President and recipient of award, Sigma Tau Delta, Lambda Sigma Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Who ' s Wh o Among American Colleges and Universities, AAUW Senior Woman Award, Student Government Association: Sophomore Junior senator, Prosecutor Defender for the Justice Council; Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior Highest Honors, Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean ' s List, Upper Class Honors Scholarship, Senior Elite — History, Senior Class Favorite, Miss Greek, College Night — Gold Tickets, Athletics, Publicity, Academics Com., Universi- ty Wide Com., Research and special projects, and Student Organizations. MICHELLE VINES — Early Childhood Elementary Education, Alpha Gamma Delta — Panhellenic Dele- gate, Main Event Ministries, Discipleship Group, Freshman Seminar Supervisor, Dean ' s List, National Deans List, Kappa Delta Pi, Who ' s Who Among American Colleges and Universities. 252 — Closing Acknowledgements Cover Design — Jeff Rease Photography — Trish Rembert, Kevin Roberts, Andy Russell, Tina Padgett, Carla Pitts, Martin Keefer, and the Alabamian Photographers. Developing — Andy Russell Copy — Beth Killough, Section Editors, and the Alabamian Staff. Sections — Opening: Becky Dunnington Events: Beth Keith Honors: Sheikla Blount Greeks: Tammy McDaniel and Robin Ankrom Organizations: Terri Herrington Sports: Amber Davenport Administration: Nancy Brindly Classes: Becky Key Business Manager: Lynn Hughes. Closing — 253 In Memory of Holland Floyd His Dedication and Motivation will long be remembered at the University of Montevallo n v .■ v.-. 254 — Closing w Closing — 255 Editor ' s Note I hope you enjoyed " Reflections of 1984 " . It really has been a lot of fun putting together a book that we can all look at and enjoy in the years ahead. This has been a very busy but wonder- ful year and I would like to thank once again all of those who helped in the completion of this book: Andy Russell — for developing all our pictures this year, which was more of a blessing than anyone could realize; Bill Plott — for being a great advisor; and my wonderful staff and photogra- phers. A lot of hard work has gone into this book and I hope that if there are any mistakes that you will please except our apologies. Just keep in mind that the MONTAGE is a memory book and maybe in years to come, this book will bring a touch of happiness as you re- flect once again on the year of 1984. Becky Dunnington Editor 256 — Closing Ref. LD 3548 .M6 1984 Montevallo. University. Montage 195553 1S5553 ”
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