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Show Hide text for 1973 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 200 of the 1973 volume: “ UNCA Archives m THE SUMMIT UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT ASHEVILLE VOLUME 28 1973 With packed bags, eager anticipation, and a mind full of summer memories. We came together in sunny August to share Ahead was a year that would change our lives, filled with dances, classes, parties, discussions, new and old friendships We knew when Spring came we would be changed As new as the spring breeze, filled with the excitement of the past year and the promise of another ahead . . . We settled into the new routine . , . laughed . . . cried . .»_ _.. and waited for time to perform its miracle . W ' In those days we looked ahead . . . And now we remember AUGUST V -r 1 ORIENTATION WEEK PRESENTS Dr. William E. Highsmith, Chancellor and THE UNC-A CAMPUS NEW STUDENTS A NEW HOME NITICS BUia IN ♦ THE UNC-A HOT DOGS 10 11 13 14 I 15 Try To Remember the kind of September when life was slow and oh. so mellow. Try To Remember the kind of September when grass was green and grain was yellow. Try To Remember the kind of September when you were a tender and callow fellow. Try To Remember and if you remember then follow ■: ' C . S . SEPTEMBER Summer breeze Makes me feel fine, Blowingthrough the j |7iine In my mind. " ' 0: I . v :.. i i W — •»• ' Along with the last month of sunny skies and warm weather, came the beginning of classes and activities for UNC-A Students. September gave way to soccer games, peace rallies, dances, and, of course, studying. 19 ' 7 l . t 21 22 " ' " -- - ' ' Till " ' ■!■ ■• li STUDENT INTERESTS, CHEERLEADERS AND PEACEMAKERS 23 24 A. HARRY HARLOW B. FACULTY C. STUDENTS D. NONE OF THE ABOVE E. MORE OFTEN THAN NOT 25 I m ii.i.- 26 27 28 29 r 4 Mr 30 OCTOBER ' iM ' f,. ' h ' =■ -- mi MS. UNC-A COURT r -;■ " ?.■ .Tf; Karen Head. Ms. UNC-A Lynn Hyde, first runner-up 36 ■ij : Karen Sluder Deana Briggs 38 Nancy Horak Ginni Hollifield 39 Kathy Kremer Deborah Grier 40 HIHIlii ■ » S R K. WB ' 4 r ?« ° J H v tk ■j V m[ l F ■ 1 Hi H . i p. SOCCER 46 n November came as a month of excitement and change. It was the time our nation chose its leaders. It was a time of changing from autumn to winter. The first frost, the first freeze came and nature became transformed. It was also a time of outdoor activities: soccer not quite ready to relent to basketball, basketball reaching to take its place, playing football on the student center lawn, outdoor drama on the library steps. These are only a few of the things November left imbedded in our memory, as the month traveled over UNCA ' s campus leaving her mark. NOVEMBER » " ii: sMi: 11,1.1: ( iti j:n i. loii.M,- i ..M - " ' llii ' i " ■ " " (.i.fi M„j.,ril " ■ ' I " ' - ir..„ l..,„.l,li.l- 51 " Time keeps moving on Friends they turn away I keep moving on But I never find out why I keep pushing so hard that Baby I keep trying To make it right Through another lonely day Oh why. " . 71 HARRISON SALISBURY t 1 WHO s WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES DIANE WEIR ANDY WILKERSON -v;- - MARY ALICE ARROWOOD ( ) I ;$ • :« tn NOT PICTURED: COY DUNCAN MAUREEN PETERSON BARBARA PASSAMORE WAYNE FIGART SHARON LYONS DAVID REECE OLri yt ' ft " - ' j :- JUDY FORMATO FRANK DOSIER RAY GASPERSON DEBORAH GRIER GRADY WACASTER g.m PLAYER OF THE MONTH ] 25 DOUG MURRAY On cold winter days I have seen times When nude without cover You gently moved the brilliant orb Across uneventful space Then I preferred you nude. I have seen you too, streaked Red. yellow and purple in twilight Shimmering gossamer lining Bright gold where you kiss the earth Then I prefer you streaked. Now I prefer you dressed In this white fleecy mosaic. Cold over blue filtering hot sun To the brown winter earth. You reluctantly change into night. DEGEMBER •% r m 66 V. [qo bulldogs ■•- fl ' 4.fr:»A. » ' , 68 70 71 72 Colonel Anthony Herbert 73 75 INS AN EXAMPLE OF BOLDLY INNOVATIVE AND EXPERIMENTAL EDUCATIONAL CONCEPTS These twentieth century shards, deposits of " our new age " , silenced now with best regards, electric picture cage. Announce the Peace, idiot box, we ' re anxious to be told, here lay you. parts askew in horizontal hold! 78 . 79 JANUARY ' f WINTER-U.N.C.A. W 83 4 1. 84 • .-■■J t " -? .ir- -, SKIING AT CATALOOCHEE H t BH i V mm ■ 5Sj KL- J 85 1a ' rj A ' w: a»»- COED CAPERS UGGHHHH V it I 87 ? ' THE EGG AND EYE -L Always, Always, pick on me. Never. Never, let me be. But I know what I ' ll do by and by. II eat some worms and then I ' ll die. Then you all just wait and see. You ' ll be sorry you picked on me. Xy- HOMECOMING 1973 ■ fMM SANDRA KILGORE 90 ANN Mcmullen THERESA EL-KHOURI 91 PATRICIA RENO JUDY BACHUS 92 KAREN SLUDER HOMECOMING COURT 1973 ,j «ati ,. BECKY WAECHTER 93 KATHRYN BAILEY BULLDOGS V.S. CATAMOUNTS 94 JIM PHEASANT SENIOR PLAYER OF THE MONTH 95 FEBRUARY ' BOB WOLFE: SENIOR PLAYER OF THE MONTH At season ' s end. Bob was also elected Most Valuable Senior Player by his team- mates. 98 The Alumni Association named Mike Grace — Most Valuable Player 100 Tina Hartman 102 Deena Riggs L 103 FAR RIGHT: Pam Adams RIGHT: Ann McMullen BELOW: Gene Szymanski 106 110 BULLDOG SEASON RESULTS UNC-A OPPONENT 89 ALLEN » GARDNER-WEBB 67 86 87 71 HIGH POINT 69 110 CLAFLIN 89 74 HIGH POINT 71 101 SOUTH CAROLINA S. 70 66 MARS HILL 62 83 MiLLIGAN 89 72 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 87 87 CATAWBA 89 110 SOUTHERN TECH. 91 76 MORGAN STATE 83 77 LINCOLN U. 75 79 CHARLESTON BAPTIST 76 80 SOUTH CAROLINA S. 86 95 WESTERN CAROLINA 82 99 GARDNER-WEBB 112 84 LANDER 66 87 APPALACHIAN STATE 90 79 MARS HILL H K 102 BARBER-SCOTIA - M B 105 86 CHARLESTON BAPTIST " B H 82 BELMONT ABBEY ■ K 74 WESTERN CAROLINA ■ ■ 81 96 CATAWBA ■ K 104 91 GARDNER-WEBB ■ H 105 102 KING COLLEGE fl v 84 FLORIDA TECH 88 68 LANDER 76 82 BARBER-SCOTIA 88 106 PRESBYTERIAN 98 78 SOUTH CAROLINA S. RECORD W-15. L-17 DISTRICT W-8, L-2 DISTRICT PLAYOFF W-1, L-1 HOME W-11, L-5 AWAY W-4, L-1 2 TOURNAMENT W-3, L-3 87 m 111 You are the image of time past stiil. I ' ve moved here since . . . Have reflected women and silk dresses . . . parisols. Children playing, caught the falling leaves and bouncing balls Sunny days I ' ve seen since . . . And deer, birds, fauna of these copper hills. Watered laurel, caused fragrance from new blossoms, frills. Listen to me bearded man! I can save you; Do you hear me bearded man? MARCH 114 -agjftjCTgvft. V ' i $i - -w Mm mi ' - • ' • • You ' re only young once. But if you work it right — Once Is enough. 115 116 ' % 117 IN THE COFFEE HOUSE ROD KATHLEEN BLACK ARTS FESTIVAL LILLIAN JOHNSON r 1 Hi«L V ' V :? K jf • 1 i W S Bt j l " " - i— w .iv . w 122 CHAMBER MUSIC 123 124 125 THE HAPPIEST MISER IN THE WORLD IS THE ONE WHO SAVES FRIENDS Praise the spells and bless the charms. I found April in my arms. April golden, April cloudy, Gracious, cruel, tender, rowdy; April soft in flowered languor, April cold with sudden anger. Ever changing, ever true — I love April, I love you. APRIb i.7jaQMM t ? ' B W ja Sfl w k f7 . Ji -i 1 Grass Roots Morrison and Swann Plus IN CONCERT: 130 Grass Roots Sugar Creek 131 National fraternity. Psi Chi, chartered at UNC-A. Officers; George Coggan Karen Klutz Marcy Pozner Gary Lewis 133 " pRTTJTTE The production of TARTUFFE was part ot a Moliere Festival presented by Theatre UNC Asheville and the Department of Foreign Languages in com- memoration of the 300th anniversary of the death of Frances greatest comic dramatist. Jean Baptiste Pocquelin de Moliere (■1622-1673). y - ' a 134 136 APRIL IS SPRING AND SPRING IS WORK, PLAY, AND 137 LYING IN THE SUN 138 »- ' - " fi- ' ■9 l M 139 140 NEWLY ELECTED SENATE PLANS ACTIVITIES TENNIS • LISTED BY STARTING POSITION; Gene Szymanski. Rich Thompson, Dave Lyiow. Bruce Holsten. Dave Tweed. John Bolton. 142 GOLF LEFT TO RIGHT: Lou Biago, Richie Faison. Tom Dechant, Larry Carter. Kay Park. Joe Jones. 143 .,h i:i, } Cool summer breeze not quite hot. Sways these nodding yellow centered spots, of white like drifts of Himalayan snow. Ephemeral like these, you soon too go. ■MlS ' . " - MAY ROCKMONT - « AWARDS PROGRAM A. C. Reynolds Founder Award: Jackie Napoh (RIGHT) Service Awards: Angela Harris (LOWER LEFT) Glen Toney (LOWER MIDDLE) Rick Wilson (LOWER RIGHT) J ::S9 IH :.. I 148 GRADUATION ii . 149 f: m " A.M . E - o is — " S O E t fc = ro Q: : o E AGADBMIGS RIGGS VICE-CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY WUTSCHEL ASSOCIATE DEAN OF STUDENTS CHEMISTRY PHYSICS DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE Miller BIOLOGY Johnston Perry Bernhardt ♦ REGISTRAR Cadle LITERATURE Wengrow m Simpson Wf Wishart Mi GNIum ML Shorb . j M Clark rr:: Hinde A. Jones mi, LIBRARY STAFF Culbertson Crisp Cody Johnson Baber Lee Whitman Cadle HISTORY Ready Walker Greenawalt Trullinger TESTING AND COUNSELING Wilsman Rosenblatt Ray Harris Pott VICE-CHANCELLOR FOR FINANCE SOCIOLOGY PHYSICAL EDUCATION R. Hartman Hitl EDUCATION Sgan Shoaf Blackburn Hayner 160 T— «- KMFT DUOFOU) COK Na 992 9 ' A- 1 14 V,- 37SeT0«KLS ART AND MUSIC Cooke Edwinn Hargus Vandermeer ECONOMICS Barthel Browning Stone PSYCHOLOGY F. Farzanegan Bruce Rosenblatt Zerfoss Hicks POLITICAL SCIENCE stem B. Farzanegan Pinkerton Wolff Rainey V JHy ■ H 1 , 1 ii 131» CLASSICS 9 ' -., Thurman Wood Cooper 11 ■-3». l J MATH Wilson Coyle P. Hartman Parsons PHILOSOPHY Howard A. Farzanegan Stewart FOREIGN LANGUAGE ORGANIZATIONS Frank Dosier, Vice-President Ray Gasperson. President Mary Kruszewski, Secretary STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Jerry Johnson. Freshman Andy Wilkerson, Senior Ginni Hollifield. Senior Randy Pallas. Sophomore Jackie Crawford, Senior Kenny Wright. Junior Tricia Reno. Junior David Rannseur. Freshman Chuck King. Sophomore Donna Glick. Inter-Dorm " j . : kit Claudette Gilreath, Assistant Brusmess Manager Pat Gainey. Managing Editor Lynn Hyde, Business Manager Zollie Stevenson, Editor THE RIDGERUNNER Cindy Smith Gilchrist White Paul Koza Theresa El-Khouri Karen Klutz Terry Wilson Joel Roberts IMAGES r g m ■ ' ' T 1 J . B.G.Allen Missy Traber Leslie Cohen, Editor Ann Yarborougin Charles Medlin Done Martin 169 COMMUTER STUDENT UNION Ed Sheary Dennis Hannan Ron Capella, Frank Dosier. Sam Ferguson, Chuck Campbell, Andy Wilkerson. Ed Sheary. Dave Anders. Alvis Tingle. John McKibben, Dave Freeman. Tom Jones. Ann Wutschel, Paul Koza. Scott Crawford. Audrey Byrd. Sandra Gambill, R J. Boyd POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION Bruce Harris Scott Young John Munsen Jim Jones Tom Koontz Steve Sandman Tom Jones Bill Young SIGMA DELTA UPSILON ALPHA NU LAMBDA Roberta Steen, Sally Jobes. Pam Adams, Lucy Powell, Cheryl Stern. Mendy Ray, Teresa Kelley, Sharon Lyons, Marty Clontz, Helyn Spence BLACK STUDENTS ASSOCIATION Bobby Brown. Robert Hardy. Gly- nis Holmes. Regina Miller. Anthony McDaniels. Charles Evans. Bob Johnson. Bill Reed. Brenda Woods. Audrey Byrd ECOLOGY CLUB HUNS PatTebo Horace Milstead Tom Mozmgo Richard Ph illips Henry Roberson Kathryn Bailey Jim Bell Dan Lyies CHRISTIAN STUDENT UNION Debbie Young Karen Klutz Sandra Kirkpatrick Karen Head Craig Meisner Howard Johnson Terry McElreath Linda Edwards Kim Contino Brenda Cole PHILOSOPHY CLUB Mark Riggs Chris Turner Jim Shields Leslie Cohen Joe Redmond Darryl Howard RickOsha PROCTORS Lynn Hyde ' Jackie Napoli Liz McAnulty Richard Moore Deborah Grier Mary Gilpin — Director of Housing Buck Belmore Pat GaJney ART STUDENTS LEAGUE Jack Rogers, Doree Martin, Mary Alice Arrowood, Judy Cooksie, Susie Guthrie, S. Tucker Cooke, Bron Lineback, Melinda Pearlman. Tony Brad- ley, Ann Echlos, Cathy Ninx. B. G. Allen, Pat Lasater, Ann Yarborough K-ETTES i:!:; T£:;.::;i.-T.t. ' ?r-zzc:s:.£ 176 WUNF AM-FM WUNF-AM began as nothing more than a dream and a work shop. Now that dream has turned into a fantastic reality. Today WUNF- AM-FM IS quickly becoming the voice of UNC-A. As soon as the FM section goes on the air in the fall of 1973 WUNF AM-FM will ex- tend a hand of the university to the entire Asheville community. This will enable the university to reach many more Ashevillians than ever before. The prospect of this increased communication and growth is extremely exciting for all those concerned. ADVERTISEMENTS . u ' iiy| ' ;n| i » r.i: • u. ysj. ■ :%5 ' BUSCH BAi IAN BEER Budweiset KING OF BEERS N, In beer, going first class is Micheiobs. Period. BUDWEISER of Asheville, Inc. Telephone 254-3250 " AGreat Place To Begin ' I lUHtMillDJD I GORDON ' S Quality Jewelers Quality Jewelers 4 Fine Stores to Serve You Tunntl ImJ . . Shopping Ctnttr ASHIVIILE HENDERSONVIUE CANTON Ofa Nitti ' T« 9 • ■ ' «el -5quar» 411 Moln StrMt 107 Main Slr«(t PEPSI PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. Ashevillc. N.C. iftgles join 02ip fpiends at Gaesap s Paplop fop pizza and beep 655 meppiiROR ave. NEVER LEAVE HOME WITHOUT YOUR BANKAMERICARD You can use it for . . . gas, food, lodging, airline tickets, cash advancas, auto repairs, nightclubs, retail purchasas and hundreds of other ways. If you don ' t have a BankAmericard, pick up an application at the bank, or wherever you see the BankAmericard dec a I displayed. BankAmericard. ' ■ - We Bankg sheville EVERYTHING FOR CAMPUS AND CAREER Hwy. 74 Phone and Tunnel, Rd 298-6901 ENK AMERICAN ENKA CO , A PART OF AAkZOna INC. 2 NYLON POLYESTER RAYON YARNS FIBERS ENKA, N. C. • LOWLAND, TENN. CLEMSON, S. C. • MURPHY, N. C. SCHLITZ GnCORG iJVlikQ ' uke( GENUINE DRAFT BEEI r LiQ ° Been DISTRIBUTED BY SMOKY MOUNTAIN DISTRIBUTORS " BULLDOG BOOSTERS " ASHEVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA It ' s the real thing. Coke. (m( Bottled under the auttiority of The Coca-Cola Co, by Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Asheville. N. C, THE FLOWER HOUSE NORTHLAND SHOPPING CENTER HOME OF THE HOAGIE 298-9840 603 Tunnel Road KITCHEN ,W7CSC5a CBSRADIIO SIS SOOO W 1380 KHz WHERE THE MUSIC IS 1380 rmmmmmm TTWACHOVIA BANK TRUST, N. A. THE SOUTHEAST ' S LEADING FULL SERVICE BANK OUR NORTH ASHEVILLE OFFICE 800 MERRIMON AVE. IS CONVENIENT TO THE UNC-A CAMPUS POLYE RAYON YARNS FIBERS ENKA. N, C. • LOV CLEMSON. S. C.» .SUe i W A WORLD OF FASHION FOR YOU N THE NEW ASHEVILLE MALL OR DOWNTOWN ASHEVILLE 5 U WORD FROM THE WISE THE HOME OF SOUND IDEAS RADIO © 1310 ON YOUR DIAL COURTESY OF SWANN MOTORS Your Happy Shopping Store IN THE ASHEVILLE MALL TUNNEL ROAD Swannanoa Cleaners 712 MERRIMON AVE. • Exclusive RAM Suede and Leather Care Service • Fast one-hour service on suits and dresses • Open 7 am - 7 pm Monday thru Saturday. Other convenient locations to serve you: 22 Church St., 916 Tunnel Road, 1334 Patton Avenue, and Biltmore Forest Shopping Center. :z7cxcxs CBSRADIliO sis 5000 W I3S0 KHz WHERE THE MUSIC IS 1380 THE SUMMIT STAFF The following people have contributed to the production of the 1973 SUMMIT: lay-out assistant; Cheryl Stern typist; Angle Harris photographers; Sam Ferguson, Pat Gainey, Pete Gilpin, Charlie Mclarty, Larry McLendon, Smitty Thomas. Arnold Wengrow, Jon Williams, and Goetz Wolff ad sales; K-ettes — Vicki Adkins, Georgia Evangelotis, and Liz McAnulty Paula Tinsley; section editor (right) Wayne Jackson: sports editor (right) Ginni Hollifield: organization editor (below left) Kathy Worrall: features editor (below right) Karen Klutz: lay-out assistant (below right) Zollie Stevenson: section editor (below right) IN MEMORIAM FIRST LT. RONALD B. GOODWIN Feb. 15, 1948 — Feb. 18, 1973 191 IN MEMORIAM VIRGINIA MARIE OLSON Sept. 3, 1953 — April 15, 1973 1 will be happy Adjust myself to what is Exercise, care for and nourish my body Strengthen my mind Do somebody a good turn and not get found out Do two things I don ' t want to I will be agreeable, dress becomingly, talk low. act courteously, praise others, and not try to regulate or improve anyone. Deal with today Have a program Quiet time, four times of prayer, Bible read Try to relax and not worry " Just for today I will be unafraid, especially I will not be afraid to be happy, to enjoy what IS beautiful to love — to believe those I love, love me. " Ginger Olson .i ' ' 192 ”
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