University of the South - Cap and Gown Yearbook (Sewanee, TN)

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CAP AND GOWN 1 983 THEOLOGY A Sewanee landmark, seen for quite a few decades, has been the cross. Constructed as a memorial of WWII, it is still a popular sight to visit as it boasts one of the prettiest views off the mountain. ] ! ■:- ' " ' aNTCS Mm FACULTY Freshmen dream of it. Sophomores work for it. Juniors pray for it. Well, let ' s hope seniors have it. Yes, it is none other than that revered garment of academia, the gown. Its traditional benefits are great: no cut slips, first choice dorm assignments, and phys- ical comfort — it adds warmth on those cold Sewanee mornings. »5 GREEKS The Greeks, dominant force of the Sewanee social society, have kept stu- dents and curious visitors entertained for years. Traditional highlights: mantle-dancing, beer slides, shagging, and what else . . . why gatoring of vro -u SPORTS I.M.S. Recognition of Sewanee ' s sports teams goes without saying. But the most festive of occasions at some events is in the presence of the High- landers and the Wellingtons, tradi- tional boys ' drinking clubs. ORGANIZATIONS The ring. A traditional symbol of love and eternity. The Sewanee expe- rience has left most with love for their alma mater and an eternal bond with their fellow classmates. May all cher- ish it and respect it as a token of sur- vival. ROAD TRIP! — ROAD TRIP! Even on such occasions, the mysti- cism of Sewanee remains. At warp speed, all students grab their angels, if not for the protection of themselves, then for the safety of their car. It ' s funny but it ' s tradition. STUDENT LIFE As another tradition, Sewanee stu- dents have a lust for the night life and certain liquid refreshment. Conse- quently, Sewanee students are tradi- tionally broke! Classes 48 Theology 80 PGg2 Student Life 180 Organizations 94 Greeks 118 Sports 154 Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction ■ Introduction Introduction Introduction 13 14 Introduction Introduction 15 16 Introduction .18 Introduction Introduction . . . because he is always there with a smile and word of encouragement . . . because of his love for this University and Domain, both as a graduate and resident . . . because he has done the impossible, making Sewanee a financial suc- cess . . . because he cares about the students and the con- tinuation of the liberal arts education . . . and because of his contributions to this university and community. . . the 1983 staff of the Cap and Gown proudly dedicate this book to Vice-Chancellor Robert Moss Ayers, Jr. DEDICATION 20 Dedication Dedication D©=g Faculty When we first arrived we were totally in awe. Yet gradually we saw the light. Professors are people too. We began by being the " model " students; we arrived on time, never skipped a class, followed our syllabus ' diligently, and never asked for an extension. Yet as the blind fold came off, we learned the correct behavior. We began to saunter into class at 8:30 instead of 8:00, cut at least 3 classes a week, put off our reading until the night before the test, and turn in late papers. We finally realized what college was really like. As a diverse group of friendly, dedicated educators, dressed in the formi- dable black gowns, the faculty was willing to lessen the gap between teacher and student with a few beers at the Pub or a friendly dance at the SAE House. No matter what we were led to believe, we realized that Sewanee ' s faculty was there to help and not hinder our advancement toward that long awaited degree. Administration: 1. Arthur M. Schaefer, Provost, 2. Vice-Chancellor Robert M. Ayres, 3 William U. Whipple, Vice-President for Development 1. W. Brown Patterson, Dean of the College, 2. Mary Susan Cush- man, Dean of Women, 3. Douglas D. Paschall, Associate Dean of the College, 4. J. Douglas Seiters, Dean of Men. Faculty D©32 Anthropology: 1. Richard O ' Connor 2. Charles Foreman, 3. George Ramseur, 4. Henrietta Croom, 5. Larry Jones Biology: 1. Cindy Cowden Chemistry: 2. William Guenther, 3. James Lowe, 4. John Bordley, 5. Jeffrey Tassin Chemistry: 1. Lisa Keith-Lucas Classical Languages: Economics: 1. Jerry Ingles, 2. Yasmeen Mouhuddin, 3. Dan Himarios English: 1. Edward Stirling. 2. John Reishman, 3. Dale Richardson, 4. Robert Benson, 5. William Clarkson English: 1. Cheryl Spector Fine Arts: 2. John Agricolla, 3. Ron Jones, 4. William Wad ley Forestry and Geology: 5. Anita Peterson Forestry and Geology: 1. Charles Baird, 2. Donald Potter French: 3. Thaddeus Lockhart, 4. Ken Jones, 5. Jaqueline Schaeffer 4.1 Faculty French: 1. Waring McCrady, 2. David Landon German: 3. Karl Dietz, 4. Reinhard Zachau History: 1. Arthur Knoll. 2. Edward King. 3. Harold Goldberg. 4. Charles Perry, 5. James Hart Faculty History: 1. -Joseph Cushman Italian: 2. Kenneth Jones, 3. Leslie Richards Math: 1. Fred Croom, 2. Clay Ross, 3. William Priestley, 4. Marcia Clarkson, 5. James Cross Music: 1. Steve Schrader, 2. Robert Delcamp Philosophy: 3. William Garland, 4. Ernest Schmid, 5. James Peterman RE. and Athletics 1. Walter Bryant, 2. Horace Moore, 3. Jill Thomas, 4. Nancy Ladd, 5. Jim Bello Faculty RE. and Athletics: 1. John McPherson, 2. Norm Kalkhoff, 3. Jerry Bradley, 4. Rick Jones, 5. Herbert " Yogi " Anderson Faculty RE. and Athletics: 1. Bill Barry Physics: 2. Eric Ellis, 3. Philip Lor- enz, 4. Francis Hart Political Science: 5. Robert Keele 40 Faculty Political Science: 1. Gilbert Gilchrist, 2. Barclay Ward, 3. Charles Brockett, 4. Joan Ward, 5. Elwood Dunn Faculty r 41 Psychology: 1. Robert Lundin, 2. Charles Peyser, 3. Tim Keith-Lucas, 4. Richard Chapman Religion: Religion: 1. Gerald Smith, 2. James Clayton, 3. Larry Carden Russian: 4. David Lumpkins Spanish: 1. Jane Fort, 2. Thomas Spacarelli, 3. Peggy Hart Theater Arts and Speech: _l SPO Library Staff Registrar ' s Office Director Minority Student Affairs Faculty Treasurer ' s Office Career Services and Financial Aid Admission ' s Office SAGA Mrs. Arthur Ben Chitty Faculty No matter how we played the game, graduating was our common goal. In spite of work, athletics or social activities, academics was the only means of winning that degree. Battling through labs, classes and afternoon seminars, we discovered that playing the game itself could be fun, especially after we uncovered our potential. These strengths vaulted us over the hurdles of term papers, presentations, projects and those grueling final exams. The competition was almost as tough as we were. But we applied our- selves and made that 13.0 GPA, or simply passed that class. The greatest comfort was that we were not alone. Our roommates made coffee for us the night before an organic final. Our psychology teaching assistant took our labs late because our grandmothers died (for the fourth time that semester). Our English professors read our papers aloud in class. In the game of academics we all won our victories, large and small. And the world cheered us on toward the day when we would leave. Classes George P. Apperson, III 17 Ridgeland Dr. Greenville, SC 29601 Christian Lee Ausley 3219 Lake Anderson Ave. Orlando, FL 32806 Vera Patricia Ayres University Ave. Sewanee, TN 37375 Elizabeth Susan Baker 11 Fourth Ave. Warren, PA 16365 James Gentry Barden 16 Elizabeth, 115 San Antonio, TX 78209 John Smith Prather Beeland 305 East 4th Ave. Rome, GA 30161 Carol Ann Beers 384-D Golf View Rd. N. Palm Beach, FL 33408 Kate Field Belknap 3900 Shenandoah Dallas, TX 75205 James Earl Benfield 2549 Sherwood Ave. Charlotte, NC 28207 Lynda Carol Berry 808 Highland Crest, Nashville, TN 37205 Stuart Barrott Bickley 1705 Shady Hill Rd. Marietta, GA 30067 Richard Mark Blackburn Route 8, Two Hills Dr. Decatur, GA 30033 Laurie Cleare Boss 2103 Bishop Dr. Charleston, SC 29407 Virginia Holloway Bowling 107 E. Main St. Christiana, DE 19702 Andrea Carleton Brice 205 Water St. Clarkesville, GA 30523 Robert Blane Brooks 1018 Old Mill Ln. Hixon, TN 37345 Norborne Alexander Brown III 1455 Cedarhurst Dr. Dunwoody, GA 30338 David Lloyd Bucy 5230 Pebblebrook Dr. Dallas, TX 75229 Classes 51 Jeffrey Scott Bull 5400 Shenandoah Trail Knoxville, TN 37919 Paul Vincent Butler Route 6, Box 96C Pulaski, TN 37919 Terry Carlton Carter, Jr. 125 Woodlake Dr. Gainesville, GA 30506 Julianne Trumbell Chapin 11722 Forest Glen Houston, TX 77024 Susan Lockette Chenault 5601 No. A1A, Apt. 104S Vero Beach, FL 32960 Kathryn Elizabeth Cobbs 310 Brooks St., SE Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548 Jonathan Hollis Cooner 11 Kingsway Mobile, AL 36608 Sarah Layne Cotton 2999 Magnolia Rd. Orange Park, FL 32073 Constance Simmons Crawford 109 Deerwood Circle Warner Robins. GA 31093 Robert Lee Crewdson 6750 Fayette St. Haymarket, VA 22069 Daphne Loreen Davis 5752 Oak Cliff Dr. El Paso, TX 79912 William Cos Treanor Davis 4008 Gen. Bates Dr. Nashville, TN 37204 Sterling Lanier DeRamus 2 Pinehurst Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 Laura Day Dickinson 102 Terrace Manor Glasgow, KY 42141 Thomas Jefferson Dunn-Rankin 502 Warwick Venice, FL 33595 Classes filkft Harriet Fields Dupree 1242 Summit Dr. Lexington, KY 40502 Judith Anne Dowker 3651 Perrysville Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15214 Katherine Bowen Elmore 12 Normandy Rd. Bronxville, NY 10708 Tucker Alexander Eskew 115 Huntington Rd. Greenville, SC 29607 Robert Fain SPO, Sewanee TN 37375 Katherine Boiling Field 2802 S. Jefferson St. Roanoke, VA 24014 Kathleen Renee Ferguson PO Box 11 Hanover, IN Lisa Lynn Ferguson 32 Carriage Hill Signal Mountain, TN 37377 Paul Jeffrey Flusche 3892 E. Geddes Ave. Littleton, CO 80122 Combs Lawson Fort, Jr. 1040 Parkwood Terrace Nashville, TN 37220 Douglas Boyd Freels 533 East 2nd North St. Morristown, TN 37814 Russell Ernest Freeman 192 Patton Branch Goodletsville, TN 37072 Richard Eldridge Garbee, Jr. 172 Christopher St. Montclair, NJ 07042 Grace Aliceon Gardner 5048 Crossbow Circle Roanoke, VA 24014 Timothy Kile Garrett 5429 Bradfield Dr. Nashville, TN 37220 Classes 53 Mildred Lee Gray P.O. Box 3185 Dublin, MS 38739 Jeffrey Lynn Hane 586 Over Ridge Dr. Frederick, MD 21701 John Edward Harris Rt. 1, Box 374 Al Fredericksburg, TX 78624 Nancy Allen Heck 5011 Princeton Rd. Hamilton, OH 45011 Josephine Herring Hicks P.O. Box 163 Greenwood, SC 29648 John David Higgins, III 3789 Montrose Rd. Birmingham, AL 35213 Susan West Hine 112 Fieldwood Rd. Rome, GA 30161 Cynthia Carol Hinrichs 3086 Bells Ferry Marietta, GA 30066 Kevin Gerard Holland 6612 Ellesmere Rd. Nashville, TN 37205 fcMiiAtl Thomas Mendel Jackson, Jr. 10343 Seagrape Wy. Palm Beach Grdns., FL Scott Radley Jamison 5221 Windmill Ln. Columbia, MD 21044 Karen Louise Jenkins 699 N. Shore Dr. Charleston, SC 29412 Edrea Gaye Jones 3485 Northside Pkwy. NW, Suite 105 Atlanta, GA 30327 Suzanne Irene Juge Aramco (Stemco) Bx 2417 Dhahran, Saudi Arabia William Tindell Keener 1586 Rainier Falls Dr. Atlanta, GA 30329 Classes Mary Louise Kegley Tinker Creek Lane, NE Roanoke, VA 24019 Carol Carlice Killebrew 927 Glamis Cr. Signal Mountain, TN 37377 Elizabeth Louise Kimbrough 4008 Shannon Lane Dallas, TX 75205 Josephine Aloba Kinney 878 Sarage Road Charleston, SC 29407 Eric Russell Korn 4333 Charleston Lane Jacksonville, FL 32210 Joseph Lamar Lanier, III PO Box 71 West Point, GA 31833 Rebecca Welch Lau 2400 West Wesley Rd. Atlanta, GA 30327 Myron Willis Lockey, Jr. 4306 Audubon Park Lane Jackson, MS 39211 Susan Elizabeth Maitland 38 Sunset Summit Asheville, NC 28804 Reese Ewell Mallette, III 3830 South Cove Drive Mountain Brook, AL 35213 Patrick William McEnerney 4201 Cathedral Ave. NW Washington, DC 20016 Jetta Ellen McKenzie Rt. 6, Bell Ridge Rd. Kingsport, TN 37660 Anne Camille Mitchell 721 Arlington Ave. Bristol, VA 24201 James Mincy Moffett, Jr. 4352 East Durham Cr. Stone Mountain, GA 30083 Margo Jane Moldenhauer 310 Eanes Rd. Austin, TX 78746 Classes r 55 George Fredrick Morgan 710 Casena Dr. Aiken, SC 29801 James Joseph Morris P.O. Box 303 Oooltewah, TN 37363 David Allen Morrow St. Lukes Ave. Gladstone, NJ 07934 Douglas Robertson Murchie Ames Hill Dr. Springfield, MA 01105 Stuart Wilson Murray 5 E. 51st St. Savannah, GA 31405 Thomas Charles Nash, II 2320 Campbell Rd. Clearwater, FL 33515 Amy Jane Neil Rt. 1, Burrows Run Rd. Chadds Ford, PA 19317 Susan Lane Nunley 314 Westwood Dr. McMinnville, TN 37110 Anna Kathleen O ' Neal Box 928 Blowing Rock, NC 28605 Buford Horner Ortale 829 Highland Pk. Ct. Nashville, TN 37205 Leigh Anne Palmer Rt. 1, Theatre Rd. Bowling, FL 33834 Elise Marucheau Parish 400 Canterbury Hill San Antonio, TX 78209 Heather Eve Patchett 3613 Valley Vista Rd. 603 Nashville, TN 37205 Paul Daniel Pearigen 5286 Seneca Ave. Memphis, TN 38117 Nicholas Hatch Pendleton, Jr. 4522 Iroquois Ave. Jacksonville, FL Classes Nicki Denise Pendleton 4213 Sneed Ave. Nashville, TN 37215 Robin Annette Pepper 5647 Mountain Brook Ct. Stone Mountain, GA 30087 Gregory Scott Perrone Route 11 Old Natchez Trace Franklin, TN 37064 George Mark Phillips 94 Church St. Charleston, SC 29401 Rebecca Lynn Phil lips 839 Hardin Dr. East Ridge, TN 37412 Cheryl Leigh Popell 303 E. Nyquist Cr. Orangedale Rt. Green Cove Spring, FL Mary Charlotte Puckette Route 2, Box 300 John ' s Island, SC 29455 Kathleen Lawrence Redfern 7432 Pinecroft Ln. Norfolk, VA 23505 John Daniel Roach 1540 Robert Dr. Jackson, MS 39211 Sarah Elliott Robinson PO Box 308 Fort Valley, GA 31030 Anne Lindsay Roseberry Rural Route 3 Paris, KY 40361 Andrea Leigh Ruffin 2410 Caladium Dr. NE Atlanta, GA 30345 Mary Frances Samaras 2106 Morningside Dr. Pensacola, FL 32503 Keith Mark Schroder 511 New Road Avon, CT 06001 Elaine Marie Schumaker Box 67, Route 1 Tullahoma, TN 37388 Classes Karl S. Schumaker Box 67, Route 1 Tullahoma, TN 37388 Thomas Lawson Selden 6444 Lilly Dhu Ln. Falls Church, VA 22044 Lawrence Keith Shields 326 Flurnoy Florence, AL 35630 Phillip Anthony Smith SPO Sewanee, TN 37375 Ana Maria Soto 45 Carolin Rd. Upper Montclair, NJ 07043 Mary Clyde Sparks 310 Wauford Dr. Nashville, TN 37211 Terry Michael Staletovich 2324 NE 17th Terrace Ft. Lauderdale, FL Lisa Blair Stiles 301 Caroline St. Ashland, VA 23005 Mary Elizabeth Stout 259 Penn Wood St. Newark, DE 19713 Martha Coker Tate 15 Gibbes Court Columbia, SC 29201 Timothy Talmadge Tenhet 1515 Cedar St. Clarksdale, MS 38614 Gregory William Townsend 6410 Riverview Blvd. Brandenton, FL 33529 Bradley Ellis Trammell 804 Lakeshore Ave. Opelika , AL 36801 Howard Raymond Vaughan, Jr. 3215 Carter Hill Rd. Montgomery, AL 36111 Vallorie Vauthrin Box 91 Fiederiksted St. Croix, USVI 00840 Irene Desiree Wainwright PO Box 538 125 W. Washington St. Starke, FL M i Classes Katie Lane Wynne 4151 Appomattox Ln. Birmingham, AL 35213 Michael Jonathan York 2488 Dellwood Dr. NW Atlanta, GA 30305 John Seibbels Walker 1927 Pendleton St. Columbia, SC 29201 Philip Cargill Watt 1104 Old Montecello Rd. Thomasville, GA 31792 Paige Parker Webb 231 West Fair Oaks San Antonio, TX 78209 Steven Edgar Wedding 5539 Senour Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46239 Robert Stephen Weldon PSC 4096, APO Miami, FL 34002 Carl Brandt Weston 2624 NE, 25th St. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33305 Daniel Richard Wilcox 12 Berry Hill Fort Smith, AR 72903 Ann Boone Wiley 225 Deer Park Drive Nashville, TN 37205 James Concad Wiley 312 Flana Cr. Troy, AL 36081 Abbe Williams 230 Greenwood Dr. Villa 353 Hilton Head IS, SC 29928 Everett Owsley Williams 3018 Southshore Ct. Tallahassee, FL 32312 Susan Morgan Wilmeth 612 West Home Ave. Hartsville, SC 29550 Robert Andrew Wilson 1234 Crest Dr. Joplin, MO 64801 James Marcus Winn 572 Old Front St. 4 Stone Mountain, GA 30083 Classes Mary Alves, New Carrollton, MD Mary Lou Anderson, Wichita, KS Bill Armistead, Lakeland, FL Traci Badenhausen, Louisville, KY Kevin Barnett, Hollywood, FL Mary Barr, Huntsville, AL Cornelia Barrett, Augusta, GA Fritz Bauerschmidt, Columbia, SC Denise Becker, Nashville, TN Kathy Bennett, Georgetown, DE Lesley Bowen, Cleveland, TN Elizabeth Brown, Lookout Mt., TN Ernest Brown, San Antonio, TX Becky Brown, Martinsville, NJ Dave Brumgard, York. PA Carl Brutkiewicz, Mobile, AL Peter Bryan, Gainesville, FL Louise Bryans, Lexington, KY James Buck, Golden, CO Stephen Bull, Columbia, SC Julie Buono, Bowling Green, KY Mike Calabrese, Succasunna, NJ Stephen Caldwell, Jasper, IN Mary Carmichael, Dayton, OH Marshall Chapman, Spartanburg, SC Trippe Cheek, Athens, GA Scott Clark, Dunedin, FL Sally Cole, McLean, VA Stephanie Cole, Lexington, KY Christopher Cook, Martin, TN Classes Carlotta Cooper. Chattanooga, TN Matt Costello, Weston. MA Kelly Creveling, Delray Beach, FL Allen Culp, Jacksonville. FL Christine Cureton, Chattanooga, TN Thelma D ' Wolf, Wilmington, DE Bart Daniels. Savannah. GA Dot Defore, Saudi Arabia Maria diLiberti, Birmingham, AL Deidre Dixon. Clarksville. TN Peter Dowker. Pittsburgh, PA Marcella Drawdy, Bradenton, FL Jed Drew, Knoxville. TN Susan Eddleman, Birmingham, AL Alex Efird. Wilmington, NC John Ellis, St. Pete, FL Susan Elston. St. Pete. FL Towson Engsberg, Sewanee. TN Emmanuel Esquerra. Baguio City, Philipp Julie Evans, A tlanta, GA Mary Steele Failing, Indianaola, MS Mark Flake, St. Simons Is., GA Anne Freels, Signal Mt., TN Beth Freeman, Germantown. MD Reed Gardner, Search, AR Greg Garvey, Princeton, NJ Frances Gilley, Columbia. SC John Girardeau, Danville, VA Ellen Goldey, Oxford, OH Edward Lee Goodwin, Alexandria, VA Trey Greer, Meridian, MS Leslie Grossman, Atlanta, GA Classes John Harper, Gaithersburg, MD David Hay, Huntsville, AL Chip Headrick, Harrison, TN Sally Horton, Beaufort, SC Hope Hulbut, Lake Worth, FL Marcos Irigaray, Durham, NC Joel Jackson, Decatur, GA Katherine Jones, Columbia, TN Weyland Joyner, Hampden. Sydney, VA David Juge, Sewanee, TN Mary Keenan, Houston, TX David Kincaid, University, MS John Kiser, Atlanta, GA Joe LaRussa, Birmingham, AL Owen Lipscomb, Nashville. TN Russell Lockey, Jackson, MS Emmett Lucas, Easley, SC Rachel Lukens, Nashville, TN Virginia Lux, Lebanon, TN Sanford Maclean, Waterloo, Ontario Ellen Magbee, Atlanta, GA Granger Marchman.Atlanta, GA Sherry Martin, Knoxville, TN Mark McAlister, Charlotte, NC Kelly McBride, Macon, GA Tom McConnell, Gainesville, GA Margaret Aileen, Hilton Head, SC Eddie McKeithen, St. Petersburg, FL Mike McLain, San Antonio, TX Ron Menna, Riverforest, IL Susan Miller, Dunwoody, GA Emori Moore, Smyrna, GA Todd Muller, Metarie, LA Classes 63 Carole Nelson, Bowling Green, FL Sara Scott Nelson, Nashville, TN Kathy Newman, Memphis, TN Teresa Owen, Reisterstown, MD Kent Peebles, Concord, TN Ben Pierce, Corinth, MS David Reece, Atlanta. GA Lisa Rentz, Pensacola. FL Hank Rivers, London, ENG Jan Rogers, Nashville, TN Jim Rox, Chattanooga, TN Angela Scheuerle, Lutz, FL Leigh Simpson, Dothan, AL Jane Smi th, Tupelo, MS Chris Sparks, Normandy, TN Ellen Stewart, Atlanta, GA Susan Swanson, Southborough, MA Steve Templeton, San Angelo, TX 64 Classes Stewart Thomas, Dallas, TX John Thompson, Birmingham, AL Annie Thrower, Sewanee, TN Elizabeth Tucker, Houston, TX Gretchen Turner, LaGrange, GA Mike Waldrum, Birmingham, AL Molly Wheeler, Beaumont, TX Andrea Williams, Dade City, FL Mary Holman Willis, Roanoke, VA Beth Wingard, Surgoinsville, TN Catherine Wood, Nashville, TN Russ Wood, Standing Rock, AL Classes r 65 - -_ - — r rpr Jane Alfriend, Brandon, FL Philip Alter, Houston, TX John Sims Baker, Ashland, City, TN Mark Balte, Decatur, GA Michele Bambling, Easton, MD John Barden, Millburn, NJ Heidi Barker, Dallas, TX Ken Barlow, Chattanooga, TN LaVada Barnes, Mobile, AL Teddie Batchman, Charlottesville, NC Charles Beal II, Madisonville, KY Kyle Bennett, Columbus, MS David Binger, Huntsville, AL Stefanie Boaz, Tullahoma, TN Morgan Bomar, Houston, TX Shap Boyd, St. Louis, MO Margaret Bradley, Westfield, NJ Christopher Brown, Dunwoody, GA Dan Brown, Smyrna, GA Scott Brown, Wakefield, RI Dana Brumfield, Brookhaven, MS Jess Bryson, Dothan, AL Gibbons Burke, New Orleans, LA Mary Burns, Gainesville, GA Laura Busby, Mobile, AL Lawrence Butcher, Albuquerque, NM Holly Cain, Signal Mt., TN Richard Candler, Sharpsburg, GA Ann Chapleau, Hickory Valley, TN Allen Clark, Lookout Mt., TN Allen Conger, Aiken, SC Halsey Cook, Baltimore, MD Classes 67 Elizabeth Craver, Winston-Salem, NC Kimberly Crouch, Houston, TX Paty Daves, W, Palm Beac-, FL Jed DeHaven, Charlotte, NC Kelley Dockery, Colorado City, TX Doug Duerr, Houston, TX Myles Elledge, Charlottesville, VA Kate Engleby, Weston, CT Elizabeth Estes, St. Louis, MO Don Evans, Cartersville, GA Baron Fain, Dallas, TX Jay Faires, Huntsville, Tn Arnie Frishman, Meridian, MS Buffy Fuller, Montevallo, AL Doug Fuqua, Goodlettsville, TN Bill Gage, Longview, TX Beth Garcia, Tampa, FL Griff Garner, Signal Mt., TN Giff Gfroefer, Atlanta, GA Beth Godwin, Charlotte, NC Susan Goen, St. Louis, MO Dan Gould, Clearwater, FL Kathryn Green, Columbus, IN Nancy Greenwood, Houston, TX Jim Griscom, Nashville, TN John Guglielmi, N. Wilkesboro, NC Carter Harrison, Waco, TX Kaye Herring, Thomasville, GA Classes Martha Hodgkins, Pensacola, FL Henry Hopping, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Lee Ann Hunter, Nashville, TN Amy Jackson, Eden, NC Kim Jago, Tampa, FL Laurie Jarrett, Blacksburg, VA Howard Jetmundsen, Mobile, AL Sarah Kerner, Dallas, TX Laurie Keyser, Potomac, MD Susan Killen, Oxford, MS Shannon Kinyon, Tulsa, OK Andy Kohler, Kohler, WI Lucienne LaStovic, Fort Payne, AL David Laird, Mexico Roma Lenehan, Madison, SI Jeanne Lewis, Chattanooga, TN Richard Lewis, Winchester, VA Carrie Malottke, Jacksonville, IL Dave Mann, Westport, CT Kim Marks, Hermitage, TN Margaret Mask, Hickory Valley, TN Joan May, Chattanooga, TN Darren McBride, Ringgold, GA Classes 69 Lee McDonough, Mobile. AL Elizabeth McManaway, Charlotte, NC Scott Miller, Dunwoody, GA Jane Mitchell, Bristol, VA Randy Moffett, Stone Mt., GA John Moreland, Houston, TX Joan Morrow, Gladstone, NJ Sheri Lee Morton, Murfreesboro, TN Esther Murguia, San Antonio, TX Jennifer Nettles, Monroeville, AL Elizabeth Norfleet, Winston-Salem, NC David Norton, Bel Air, MD Charles Nunley, McMinnville, TN Emilie Ostertag, Denver, CO Debbie Overdorff, Jacksonville, FL Pam Palmer, Mobile, AL Shelley Pierce, Atlanta, GA Paige Powell, Chapel Hill, NC Odette Powers, Truro, MA Lee Pride, Mobile, AL Joanne Raulerson, Bartow, FL Randall Raybon, Nashville, TN Harold Rees, Dunedin, FL Jeff Richardson, Tallahassee, FL Sally Roche, Wartrace, TN Elizabeth Rodgers, Bolivar, TN Joe Royal, Lawrenceville, NJ Nancy Sanderson, Plantation, FL Janette Schuman, St. Stephen, SC Stephanie Scruggs, Cleveland, TN John Shankle, Nashville, TN Frank Shoemaker, Mt. Brook, AL Anna Short, Nashville, TN Jennifer Smith, Harrison, AR Lucia Smoak, Charleston, SC Brian Sox, Bridgeport, AL Amy Stafford, Memphis, TN Laurie Steber, Mobile, AL Becca Stevens, Nashville, TN 70 Classes Vernon Stokes, Harrison, TN Matt Strong, Birmingham, AL Maureen Sweeney, Atlanta. GA Julie Tapp, Nashville. TN Virginia Tate, Columbia, SC William Thomas, Christiana. TN Bryan Tinkle, Oliver Springs, TN William Tonks, Savannah. GA Bruce Tunno, Haines City. FL Kelly Vann, Huntsville, AL Eric Waldon, Atlanta. GA Mark Waller, N. Little Rock. AR Susan Warner. Durham. NC Matt Wedding, Indianapolis. IN Rich Westing, Indianapolis. IN Leslie Whitworth, Dallas. TX Jeff Willis, Mer Rouge. LA Cumbee Wilson, Birmingham. AL Ward Wilson, Chattanooga. TN John Winstead, Birmingham. AL Jonathon Woolfson, S. Africa Dorcas Worley, Huntsville. AL Virginia Wright, Clarksville. TN Jay Zeleskey, Lufkin, TX Classes Kimra Anderson, Enterprise, AL Yerger Andre, Jackson, MS Laura Andress, Minden, LA Butch Arnwine, Cleveland, TN Brother Ballinger, Birmingham. AL Julia Bartles, West Germany Armando Basarrate, Chattanooga, TN Ginger Baxter, Stone Mountain, GA Susan Bell, Hendersonville, N.C. Maia Boswell, Dallas, TX Thomas Bordeaux, Meridian, MS Laura Bowen, Abilene, TX Mary Bowron, Birmingham, AL Frank Bozeman, Pensacola, FL Avonne Brackett, Birmingham, AL Lisa Brandon, Griffin, GA Adrienne Briggs, Birmingham, AL Christopher Bright, Tuscumbia. AL Betsy Britton, Houston, TX Sarah Brown, Madisonville, KY Bryan Buchanan, Pensacola, FL Sarah Buchanan, Bishop, CA Hildreth Budd, St. Petersburg, FL Jack Burdick, Knoxville, TN Donna Campbell, Sewanee, TN Read Carson, Charlotte, N.C. Susan Coleman, Hopkinsville, KY Warren Coleman, Rocky River. OH Jennifer Cook, Baltimore, MD Donald Copeland, St. Petersburg. FL Fred Cory, Tampa, FL Bea Covington, Montgomery. AL Hal Cummings, Bethesda, MD Classes Hal Dasinger, Shepherd. MT Mark Deal, Atlanta. GA Jeff DeGrann, Atlanta, GA Travis DeHaven, Charlotte, NC Bill DeLong, Tyler, TX Steven Dickerson, Hilton Head, SC James Dougherty, Tullahoma, TN Anna Dowden, Atlanta, GA Laura Dusek, Mexico City, Mexico Hank Edwards, Nashville, TN William Edwards, Signal Mt.. TN Will Edwards, Indianola. MS Brenda Ellis, St. Petersburg, FL John Erwin, Nashville, TN Mary Fisher, Chattanooga, TN Robert Flack, Deland, FL Susan Fleming, Mobile, AL James Folds, Chapel Hill, NC Gina Folk, Nashville, TN Adam Freeman, Nashville, TN Fen French, New Orleans, LA Julia Gable, Atlanta, GA Betsy Gayle, Metairie, LA Marichal Gentery, Lewisburg, TN Louisa Gibbs, Nashville, TN Rue Gilchrist, Sewanee. TN Beth Girardeau, Merritt Island, FL Susan Glenn, Pensacola, FL Sandy Gregg, Cohutta, GA Paul Grissom, Aredmore, OK Martin Hale, Norcross, GA David Hall, Mobile, AL Jeff Harmon, Tullahoma, TN Byron Harris, Atlanta, GA Susan Harrison, Mobile, AL Emily Harwell, St. Petersburg, FL Greg Hearing, Tampa, FL Eric Hefner, Harrisburg, IL Margaret Hill, Birmingham, AL Virginia Hipp, Greenville, SC Rachael Hocking, New York, NY Michael Hoffman, Parkersburg, WV Shirlee Holmes, Asheboro, NC Rives Hudgins, Scarsdale, NY Sarah Hunt, New Bern, NC Gail Hunter, Jackson, TN Kathryn Hyten, Arlington, VA Clark Jackson, Decherd, TN Classes Scott Jackson, Houston, TX Hulbert James, Atlanta, GA Robert Jefferson, Thomasville, GA Amy Jenkins, Charleston, SC Rob Johnson, Atlanta, GA Martha Johnson, Morristown, TN Eric Johnson, Auburn, AL Brian Johnson, Lewisburg, TN Laura Jones, Daytona Beach, FL Lynn Kaiser, Marietta, GA Susan Kaufhold, St. Petersburg, FL Wendy Keith, Lake Park, FL Larry Kerr, Pensacola, FL Mike Kerr, Gladwyne, PA Will Kidd, Oak Ridge, TN Lisa Kincaid, University, MS Shawn Kirkpatrick, McLeansboro, 1L Clif Kitchens, Columbia, SC Laine Konrad, Mobile, AL Melanie Krosnes, Germantown, TN Chuck LaFond, Quebec, Canada Anne Laigle, Houston, TX Corinne Lake, New Orleans, LA Thomas Lakeman, Mobile, AL Thomas Langston, Gainesville, GA Maria Lennon, Cleveland, TN Adam Lewis, Fletcher, NC Zora Liggett, Memphis, TN Joe Liles, Conroe, TX Angela Link, Lebanon, TN Andy Magenheimer, Tallahssee, FL Brian Mainwaring, Miami, FL Classes Betsey Mallonee, Waynesboro, VA Liza Martin, Washington, DC Fred Matthews, Montgomery, AL Rolynda McArthur, Panama City, FL Mark McClendon, Fort Valley, GA Kai McCrossen, Albequerque, NM Darrin McCullough, Athens, GA Lisa McGee, Shelbyville, TN Rob Mcintosh, Atlanta, GA Maria Mears, Eastville, VA Anne Mengedoht, Charleston, SC Robert Meyer, Charlotte, NC Charles Miller, Waco, TX Patricia Miller, Houston, TX Tom Milton, Charlotte, NC Tracy Minis, Fort Worth, TX Julie Moebes, Decatur, AL Caroline Morton, Greeville, AL Brian Mullaney, Oak Ridge, TN Jeffrey Murray, Carlsbad, NM Perry Patton, Biloxi, MS Don Pearson, Murray Hill, NJ Amy Pennington, Cape Elizabeth, ME Karyn Pennington, Tampa, FL David Pirrung, -Jacksonville, FL Randy Poitevent, Jacksonville, FL Ray Powell, Thomasville, GA Mary Lane Preston, Charlotte, NC Classes Sarah Preston, Oak Ridge, TN Andrea Rabalais, El Dorado, AR Jeannie Randolph, Fort Worth, TX Kathy Rappolt, Kailua. HI Darby Ray, Mt. Dora, FL Gretchen Rehberg, Pullman, WA Mark Rembert, Nashville, TN Lisa Reynolds, Abilene, TX Beth Richards, Carrollton, GA Cathie Richardson, Cleveland, TN Louise Richardson, Tuscaloosa, AL Alison Riopel, Charleston, SC Jennifer Robinson, Theodore, AL Frederick Rudolph, St. Charles, IL Dana Ruffin, Atlanta. GA Howard Russell, New Orleans, LA Maria Saclarides, Tarpon Springs, FL Jane Scarborough, Stakville, MO Frances Schoner, Signal Mt., TN Sally Scott, Charlotte, NC Walter Sechriest, Birmingham, AL Ellis Simmons, Manon, KY Martha Smith, Huntsville, AL Sage Smith, Corinth, MS Serena Smith, Washington, DC Wayde Smith, Miami, FL Gene Snead, Winchester, TN Jeanette Sommers, Selma, AL Myra Southern, Maryville, TN Phillip Stafford, Charlotte, NC Alison Steber, Marietta, GA Susan Steele, McKenzie, TN Chris Steilberg, Richmond, VA Classes Gordon Strayhorn, Brentwood, TN Christopher Sturgeon, Spring City, TN Paul Taft, Waco, TX Will Thomason, Charleston, SC Maggie Thompson, Atlanta, GA Bill Tucker, Birmingham, AL Terry Tucker, Winston-Salem, NC David Turnbow, Syracuse, NY Steve Uiterwyk, Tampa, FL Mark Vandiver, Hendersonville, TN Bill Walker, Schenectady, NY Mary Washburne, Dallas, TX Lloyd Whatley, Houston, TX Florence White, Decherd, TN JoAnne White, Memphis, TN Stuart White, Southern Pines, NC Sara Williams, Macon, GA Katherin Wingard, Suegoinsville, TN Michael Winslett, Greensboro, NC Sam Woodall, Atlanta, GA Wrenn Wooten, Little Rock, AR Evelyne Wynne, Birmingham, AL Peter York, Atlanta, GA T8 Classes Re-enters And Transfers Stewart Low, Haddonfield, N.J SR. John Evans, Macon, GA, Jr. Tim North, Clearwater, FL, Jr. Hosein Ordoubadian, Murfreesboro, TN, Jr. Amy Rhodes, Dallas, TX, Jr. Phillip Rowcliffe, Knoxville, TN. Jr. Jeff Sparks, Marietta, GA, Jr. Chris Smith, Houston, TX, Jr. Carlton Young, Highlands, N.C., Jr. Bertha Booker, Charleston, S.C., Soph. Peter Brown, Madisonville, KY., Soph. Freeman Jelks, Savannah, GA., Soph. Charles Kasch, Scotia, N.Y., Soph. Martha Kelley, Ocean Springs, MS., Soph. Andrew Kohler, Kohler, WI„ Soph. Jim Startz, Romeoville, IL., Soph. Linda Newman, Gunnersville, AL., Fresh. %y. ' 1 Classes Theology When first surveying the campus of The University of the South, it is impossible to distinguish the seperate schools. However settled in be- tween the Phi House and Hoffman dormitory is the School of Theology. The Theologs work within the local community and use their talents to better some aspect of it. They also add a spiritual touch to an otherwise deficient university. Theologs are generally different from the normal Sewanee student: they are older, quieter, and move around campus in a covert fashion. They usually frequent the Pub during the morning hours drinking excessive amounts of coffee and discussing the latest sermon. They rarely visit fraternity property, yet it is known that they attend their own social gatherings. These events are reportedly not the staid events expected by the majority of students. After all, the theologs want to have a good time too. Theology Theology Faculty Dr. Jack Gessell, Mr. Ed Camp, Ms. Edna Evans, Dr. Joe Monli, Mr. Craig Anderson, Rev. Bill Hethcock. Dr. Marion Hatchett, Ms. Edna Evans, Rev. Bill Hethcock, Dr. Bob Hughes. .82 Theology Dr. Jack Gessell, Dr. Bob Hughes, Dr. Don Armentraut, Dr. Marion Hatchett. Dr. Joe Monti, Ms. Edna Evans, Dr. Howard Rhys, Dean John Booty, Rev. William Griffin. Theology Seniors Rick Benson, Sewanee, TN Dennis Brown, Mobile, AL Richard M. Chamhene, Tanzania, East Africa Harry W. Crandall, Sewanee, TN Wesley W. Hinton, Sewanee, TN Allen L. Lewis, Sioux Falls, SD Zebedee Masereka, Bwera, Uganda James K. Minshew, Sewanee, TN Michael Owens, Rome, GA J. Gregory Prior, Charleston, SC R. Stan Runnels, Brandon, MS Iris R. Slocombe, Birmingham, AL lft t 84 Theology Seniors Not Pictured Robert E. Cathers, Wichita, KA John S. David, Melbourne, FL Pat M. Davis, Bradenton, FL Robert D. Fain, Hendersonville, SC John W. Henry, II, Bay Shore, NY Marclus M. Itumu, Embu, Kenya B. Howard Robbins, Johnson City, TN James L. Winter, Tuscaloosa, AL Middlers Denny Allman, Pascaqoula, MS Susan Bowman, Gasburg, VA Ralph Brown, Freehold, NJ Marshall Craver, Brewton, AL Stephen Eichler, Pompano Beach, FL Gloria Goldsmith, Tampa, FL Carmen Guerrero, San Antonio, TX James Hamner, Washington, DC Gregory Hodgson, Brightwaters, NY Tim Klopfenstein, Pensacola, FL Mary Jane Levitch, Nashville, TN Gordon Morrison, Oakland City, IN Donald Nesheim, Rapid City, SD Malvin Parker, Chattanooga, TN John Rafter, Columbus, OH Robert Williams, Virginia Beach, VA Tom Wilson, Boone, NC Laren Winter, Pine, CO William Yates, Lakeland, FL Juniors William Bailey, Elgin, SC William Bozeman, Avon Park, FL Rob Browsler, Central Islip, NY Allan Conkling, San Antonio, TX Joseph Diaz, Tampa, FL John Fritschner, Ashland, KY Richard Hughes, Murphy, NC Mark Jenkins, Detroit, MI Neil Mogensen, Fruitland, ID Stephen Paul, Egg Harbor, NJ Joe Porter, Memphis, TN Russ Sherman, Jacksonville, FL Willard Squire, Ft. Campbell, KY Garland Watts, Pensacola, FL Will Whisenhunt, Gaffney, SC Dennis Young, New Orleans, LA Theology Dean Booty ' s Inauguration Theology Fgswu MP Theology Student Life Theology 88 Theology Theology .89 v f P, Theology A s ; _ r - - fl m L. % W MT ' m A wJJLV) J pj jg Theology 91 Organizations To join or not to join, that was the question. Most students chose to join, or at least they got their names on the roll. For some, that was as far as their involvement went. But for the real club member, satisfaction was found in being a part of the group, in achieving goals through coopera- tion. For those who were interested a wide selection of groups was offered for us to choose from. New students were SPO ' d lists of the many organiza- tions the University has to offer. They range from language clubs to departmental clubs. From music groups to community service groups. And of course there are the unlisted groups, drinking clubs and ribbon societies. Each organization at Sewanee offers every student the chance to become involved in the community and the area around them. Whether a particu- lar student takes advantage of this opportunity offered is up to them. But if one wishes to have an active year at Sewanee, one needs to consider the option of Sewanee ' s chief source of activity and involvement . . . the organization. Organizations Phi Beta Kappa Class of 1984 David Eric Brumgard Carlotta Arlene Cooper Richard Roland Spore III Class of 1983 James Gentry Barden Jeffrey Scott Bull Jerry Carlton Carter, Jr. Howard Christy Chandler, Jr. Robert Lee Crewson Laura Day Dickinson Kathleen Renae Ferguson Lisa Lynn Ferguson Timothyy Kile Garrett Kathleen Ruth Haley Josephine Herring Hicks Kevin Lee King George Fredrick Morgan Stuart Wilson Murray Paul Daniel Pearigen Karl Stephen Schumaker Phillip Anthony Smith Gregory William Townsend Howard Raymond Vaughan, Jr. Philip Cargill Watt ODK Brad Trammell — Pres. Mark Phillips — V. Pres. Gentry Barden Mishoe Brennecke Jed Carter Trippe Cheek Susan Chenault Stephanie Cole Carlotta Cooper Sarah Cotton Jeff Dunn-Rankin Kathleen Ferguson Tim Garrett Eric Haag Josephine Hicks Karen Jenkins Mike Jordan Suzy Juge Owen Lipscomb Rachel Lukens Jetta McKenzie Heather Patchett Paul Pearigen Andi Ruffin Tom Seldon Phillip Smith Stewart Thomas Philip Watt Marion White Jon York 94 Organizations Wilkins Scholars Seniors: John Beeland Ricky Blackburn Jeff Dunn-Rankin Kathy Ferguson Lisa Ferguson Tim Garrett Mildred Lee Gray Kathy Haley Josephine Hicks Tim Johnson JoJo Kinney Stewart Lindsay Gearge Morgan Stuart Murray Paul Pearigen Phillip Smith Howard Vaughn Jon York Juniors: Mary Alves Charles Atnip Mary Ellen Barr James Buck Trippe Cheek Chris Cook Christine Cureton Deidre Dixon Liza Field Anne Freels Hope Hurlbut Mike Jordan Tom McConnell Susan Miller Richard Spore Steve Templeton Sophomores: John Sims Baker David Binger Rachael Davis Charles Elmore Peter Evett Arnie Frishman Susan Goen Ann Herpel Martha Kelly Jefferson Layson Angela Parrott Serena Satcher John Shaw Clanton Shipp Roger Sisson Freshmen: Armando Basarrate Adrienne Briggs Nancy Brim Donna Campbell Warren Coleman Hal Dasinger Shawn Fears Gwen Harris Robert Jefferson Joe Lucas Brian Mainwaring Mark McClendon Darrin McCullough Maria Mears Brian Mullaney Jeanette Randolph Darby Ray Mark Rembert Lisa Reynolds Michael Winslett Evelyne Wynne Who ' s Who Vera Ayres Gentry Barden Kate Belknap Jed Carter Susan Chenault Laura Day Dickinson Judith Dowker Kathleen Ferguson Tim Garrett Mark Greskovich Josephine Hicks " C " Hinrichs Karen Jenkins Suzy Juge Jim Laughlin Tom Nash Heather Patchett Paul Pearigen Tom Seldon Phillip Smith Brad Trammell Philip Watt Steve Wedding Jon York Organizations Student Executive Committee Vera Ayres Traci Badenhausen Kate Belknap Trippe Cheek Stephanie Cole Marshall Craver Josephine Hicks Suzy Juge Jim Laughlin Tom Nash Paul Pearigen Tom Selden Phillip Smith Stewart Thomas Philip Watt Steve Wedding Marion White Student Assembly Suzy Juge, Speaker Phillip Smith, Secretary Steve Wedding, Treasurer Becca Stevens, Parliamentarian Mary Lou Anderson Pat Apperson Bill Armistead John Beeland Alec Bramlet Arthur Brantley Dan Brown Elizabeth Brown Dana Brumfield Jess Bryson Gibbons Burke Marshall Chapman Trippe Cheek Chris Cook Charles Corn Matthew Costello Bur Dobbins William Edwards John Ellis Don Evans Baron Fain Arnie Frishman John Fritschner Russ Freeman Buffy Fuller Virginia Graham Carter Harrison Ruth Harvey Sallie Horton David Juge Joe La Russa Mark McAlister Darrin McCullough Judge McGowin Chris McCanless Maria Mears Gordon Morrison Carole Nelson Sara Scott Nelson Susan Nunley Mike Owens Shelly Pearce Paul Pearigen Nicki Pendleton Becky Phillips Randy Poitevent Kathleen Redfern Jan Rodgers Mary Samaras John Shaw Virginia Tate Steve Templeton Bill Tucker Florence White Leigh Ann Williams Jeff Willis Marc Winn 96 Organizations Discipline Committee Thomas C. Nash, II Chairman Patrick Apperson, Vice-Chairman Cornelia Barrett Halsey Cook Bur Dobbins Marcella Drawdy Frank Shoemaker Everett Williams SAFC Paul Pearigen, Chairman Matt Costello Mark McAlister Mike Owens Mark Phillips Becca Stevens Dan Tallmadge Honor Council Philip Watt, Chairman Jon York, Vice Chairman Jed Carter, Secretary Buffy Fuller David Gilbert Jim Hamner Hank Hopping Karen Jenkins Jim Kitchens Owen Lipscomb Jeanette Randolph Proctors Vera Ayres Beth Barbre Stuart Bickley Elizabeth Brown Leslie Cunningham Susan Eddleman Tucker Eskew Tim Garrett David Gilbert J.R. Hanks Chip Headrick Georgia Herpel Sallie Horton Eric Korn Owen Lipscomb Rachael Lukens Tad McVay Heather Patchett Mark Phillips Brian Rose Tom Seldon Dan Tallmadge Marian White Marc Winn Mary Wright Jon York . . .h ... .- w OG Josephine Hicks, Pres. Tom McConnell, Sec. Mishoe Brennecke Vera Ayres Kate Belknap Jed Carter Christine Cureton Carlotta Cooper Chris Cook Anne Freels Virginia Graham Buffy Fuller Dan Tallmadge Brad Trammell Lisa Stiles Jay Wiley Andrea Williams Assistant Proctors Mary Lou Anderson Jack Barden Billy Bedsole David Binger Paul Bonovich Ernest Lee Brown Carlotta Cooper Kimberly Crouch Rachael Davis Larry Domenico Myles Elledge Arnie Frishman Daniel Gould John Guglielmi Susan Henning Martha Hodgkins Henry Hopping Kim Jago Laurie Jarrett Howard Jetmundsen Carrie Malottke Sue Mashour Cam Mathis Tom McConnell Susan Miller Kathy Newman Shelly Pearce Jan Rodgers Todd Rutz Karl Schumaker Anna Short Arthur Speck William Tonks Steve Wedding Andrea Williams Eugenia Williams Jeffrey Willis Jay Zeleskey 98 Organizations ISC Marion White, Pres. Mishoe Brennecke, V.P. Vera Ayres Louise Bryans Julie Chapin Carlotta Cooper Dot Defore Judy Dowker Sallie Horton Carol Killebrew Nina Lamprecht Lisa Rentz Sallie Robinson Julie Tapp Abbe Williams Student Trustees Kate Belknap Stewart Thomas IFC Jim Laughlin, Pres. Matt Carruthers, V.P. Lee Goodwin, Sec. Bill Armistead Matt Costello Ed Fox Hank Hallum John Harper Greg Jones Martin McAlister Charlie Sholten Terry Slateltovich John Walker Dan Wilcox Jon York Organizations WIDC Stephanie Cole, Pres. Alison Riopel, Sec. Anne Mitchell, Treas. LaVada Barnes Ginger Bowling Holly Cain Read Carson Carol Castill Carlotta Cooper Lynetta Cox Laura Dusek Thelma D ' Wolf Sue Henning Rives Hudgins Kim Jago Polly Law Lee McArthur Angela Parrott Shelly Pearce Nicki Pendleton Jan Rodgers Anna Short Mary Beth Smith Susan Sowell Lisa Stiles Susan Swanson Equestrian Club Sian Baranco — Coach Jean Raulston — Director Jill Groff Edrea Jones Wendy Keith Hester McCoy Amy Neil David Norton Bobby Persons Jeanie Randolph JoAnne Raulerson Jo Anne White Pre-Law Club Gentry Barden — President Sue Mashour — Vice-President Laurie Jarrett — Secretary-Treasurer Chris Ausley Liz Baker Susan Chenault Chris Cook Charles Corn Chas Elmore Josephine Hicks " C " Hinrichs Eric Korn Tommy Lennon Owen Liles Stewart Lindsay Tom Nash Susan Nunley Heather Patchett Robin Pepper Nick Pendleton Nicki Pendleton Jan Rogers Bill Romero Phillip Smith Julie Tapp Virginia Tate Brad Trammell Catherine Wood Russ Wood College Republicans Shepard Bentley, Pres. Ronald Menna, V.P. Treas. Charles Miller, Sec. Jennifer Wright, Corr. Sec. Robert Crewdson, Co-ordinator Jack Barden Nelson Bishop Jess Bryson Ernest Brown Stephen Bull Ann Chapleau Matthew Costello Will Gray Edwards Tucker Eskew Baron Fain Jay Faires Michael Farr Mark Flake Paul Flusche Fenn French Jill Gajda Frances Gilley Wentzell Hamner Garland Head Mike Hoffman Paul Jenks Clif Kitchens Melanie Krosnes Chuck LaFond Joe Lanier Thomas Lennon Richard Lewis Stewart Lindsay Darrin McCullough David Norton Susan Nunley Nick Pendleton Becky Phillips Jeanie Randolph Hank Rivers Jan Rogers Ben Schrubbe Chris Shaughnessy Wayde Smith Phillip Smith Scott Stanley Daniel Wilcox Mr. Ernest Schmid Pre-Med Club Angela Scheuerle, President John Thompson, V.-President Serena Satcher, Secretary John Guglielmi, Treasurer Charles Atnip Beth Barbre Kevin Barnett Carl Brutkiewicz Peter Bryan James Buck Melissa Buckley Mike Calabrese Larry Cassano Warren Coleman Kelley Dockrey Ellen Goldey Mildred Lee Gray Ruth Harvey Chip Headrick Julie Henson Lee Ann Hunter Hope Hurlbut Marcos Irigaray Mike Jordan Larry Kerr Joe LaRussa David Lee Joey Lucas Chris McCanless Darrin McCullough Susan Miller Scott Miller Wendel Naumann Lee Richardson Nancy Sanderson Martha Smith Dan Tallmadge Steve Templeton Mike Waldrum Andrea Williams Jay Woolfson College Democrats Jeff Whorley, Pres. Laurie Jarrett, Vice-Pres. Traci Badenhausen, Sec. Treas. Bur Dobbins Kat Green Talmadge Horton Suzy Juge Ellen Magbee Mike McLain Organizations (102 SPMA Jack Burn, Pres. Jerry Ingles, F.A. Jim Andrews Chris Campbell Sara Furr David James Bill Keener Cissy Kegley John Kiser Herman Layman Doug Murchie Rob Pendland Laura Phares Charlotte Puckette Evan Rode wall Laura Scott Ray Vaughan Care Lucy Barnett Stuart Bickley Nelson Bishop Marshall Chapman Susan Chenauel Stephanie Cole Thelma D ' Wolf Sterling DeRamus Martin Hale John Harris Ruth Harvey " C " Hinrichs Jim Kitchens Eric Korn Roma Lenehan Lou Anne Lindsley Lisa McGee Susan Miller Margo Moldenhauer Doug Murchie Stuart Murray Amy Neil Teresa Owen Natalie Pruitt I , Jo Anne Raulerson Sara Scott Nelson Jane Smith Phil Stafford Becca Stevens Mike Thomas Philip Watt Florence White Carrie Ashton Doug Cameron Dean Seiters Dr. F. Croom Organizations EFC Ed Fox, Director James Buck Daphne Davis Doug Duerr Jeff Dunn-Rankin John Harris Bobby Persons Ellen Stewart Charles Yeomens Bill Wadley, F.A. Student Forum John Cobbs, Pres. Russ Freeman, Treas. Becky Davis Charles Elmore Granger Marchman Mark McAlister Stuart Murray Martha Tate St. Cecilia ' s Guild Jill. Crane; Pres. Beth Freeman, Vice-Pres. Leigh Williams, Treas. Boa Wall, Sec. Kathy Bennett Kat Green Ray Hanna Caroline Morton Doug Murchie Deb Overdorff Gary Racioppi »■% Susan Wilmeth NOW Sharon Boswell Brockett, Pres. Christin Ausley Scott Bates M. Denise Becker Dana Brumfield David Camp Marcia Clarkson Stephanie Cole Cindy Cowden Laura Duncan Sandy Feinstein Francesca Funk Cathy Garby Susan Goen Nancy Goldberg Anita Goodstein Susan Hall Hona Lee Harrington Kelly Harrington Margaret Harx Barbara Hughes Katherine Jones Ellen Magbee Maury McGee Yasmeeh Mohiuddin Margaret Allen Northen Carolyn O ' Conner Ann McAulloch Oliver Lindsay Roseberry Anglea Scheuerle Karen Pelfrey Smith Cheryl Spector Mary Holman Willis Jenny Wright Behia Yackzan German Club Dr. and Mrs. Bates Shep Bentley Stephen Bull Dr. and Mrs. Clarkson Dean Cushman Mr. and Mrs. DeBary Sterling Deramus Dr. and Mrs. Dietz Dr. and Mrs. Dunn Andrea Dussing Liza Field Dr. and Mrs. Flynn Ms. Fort Jeanne Garmy Frances Gilley Kat Green Trey Greer Dr. and Mrs. Goldberg Dr. Jones Charles LaFond Dr. and Mrs. Landon Catherine Le Dr. Lockard Dr. Lundin Dr. W. McCrady Rob McDonald Mac McNease George Morgan Julie Ann Narvell Mrs. Norton Angela Parrot Dean and Mrs. Puckette Kathleen Redfern Mr. and Mrs. Tupper Saussy M. and Mme. Schaefer Mme. Scruffles Dr. Tom Spaccarelli Ms. Spector Mme. Thisbee Annie Thrower Dr. and Mrs. Wadley Susan Warner Beau Williams Susan Wilmeth Dr. and Mrs. Zachau Doug Duerr, Pres. Jesse Bryson, Vice-Pres. Daphne Davis, Sec. Jeff Dunn-Rankin, Treas. Steven Anderson Julia Bartles Shep Bentley Butch Arnwine David Binger Jeff Bull Lynette Cox Susan Coleman Melanie Cron Rachael Davis Mr. DeBary Mrs. DeBary Suzanne Flynn Douglas Fuqua Kat Green Emily Harwell Mike Hoffman Garland Head Paul Jenks Laurie Jones Edrea Jones Erik Johnson Shawn Kirkpatrick Mrs. Knoll Tom Lakeman Cathrine Le Adam Lewis Prof. Lorenz Mrs. Lorenz Charles Miller Danny Mattews Brian Mullaney Perry Patton Paul Pfeffercorn Gretchen Rehberg Chip Roberts Benny Schrubbe Jan Schuman John Stanley Jean Stinson Mary Wright Jon Woolson Bryan Sox Organizations [103 Bible Study Leaders _„iristian Social Relations Board Stuart Bickley David Gilbert Art Hancock Sarah Scott Nelson Ben Pierce Amanda Rowcliff Steve Templeton Beth Wingert Mary Wright ra t :,: n: Sewanee Christian Fellowship Leaders Stuart Bickley Art Hancock Paul Pearigen Ben Pierce Steve Templeton Beth Wingert Mary Wright David Gilbert, Pres-Elect Tim Garrett, Pres. Kevin Barrett Carol Beers Shep Bentley Tommy Black Ricky Blackburn Shap Boyd Randy Buckner Sarah Cotton Myles Elledge Robert Flack Dan Gould Art Hancock Chip Headrick Hank Hopping Owen Lipscomb Todd Rutz Bruce Tunno fl04 Sandra Agricola Laura Andress Lucy Barnett Read Carson GinaFolk iSusan Goen Matgaret - " Grayson Jill Groff Hank.-Halluqg Susan Harriso Sue Henning Kathryn Hyten Jim Kitchens,, Jeanne Lewis Joey Lucas Kelly McBrlde Kai McCrossen Lee Lee McDonough Scott Miller Susan Miller Julie Moebes Stuart Murray Amy Neil Susan Nunley Debbie Overdorff Kathryn Raulston Gretchen Rehberg Beth Richards Jimmy Rox Benny Schruhbe Raymond Scott Jane Smith Serena Smith Jackie Stanton Martha C.Tate David M. Turnbow Irene Wain wright Marian White Leslie Whitworth Angela Williams Susan Wilmeth Jenny Wright Hiroko Yoshida David Bowers Amanda Rowcliffe Elizabeth Chitty Chaplain Millsaps Father Utlaut Organizations Lay Readers Nancy Brim Elizabeth Chitty Tom Costen Cathy Cowling Leslie Cunningham Susan Elston Kathering Field Susan Goen Mildred Lee Gray Margaret Grayson Kathryn Green Sonja James Laurie Jarrett Katherine Jones Mary Louise Keenan fWill Kidd John Lambert Rachael Lukens Kai McCrossen Rob Mcintosh George Morgan Joan Morrow Douglas Murchie Stuart Murray Sandfo .6 MacLean Sarah Scott Nelson Debbie Overdorff Stephen Paul Steve Paul Gary Racioppi Darby Ray Gretchen Reberg Amanda Rowcliffe Stephanie Scruggs Martha C. Smith Jeanette Sommers Mary Clyde Sparks John Stephens Dave Stoner H Brad Tramnv David M. Turl Bubba Wall Hank Hopping Sacristans David Bowers John Lambert Mark McClendon Gary Racioppi Stewart Thomas St. Augustines Guild Vera Ayres Ginger Bowling Kitten Cobbs Cathy Cowling Sue Elston Katherine Field Jeanne Garmy Frances Gilley Mildred Lee Gray Melanie Krosnes Rob McDonald Kelly McBride Sheri Morton Debbie Overdorff Gretchen Rehberg Jimmy Rox Martha C. Smith Susan Wilmeth Acolytes Butch Arm Frank Bozeman Paul Butler Ann Chapleau Buffy Fuller Jeanne Garmy Martin Hall Garland Head Sue Henning Hank Hopping Mary Louise Keenan Will Kidd Cam Mathes Gregory Miller Jon Moreland Joan Morrow Stuart Murray Amy Neil Gretchen Reberg Fred Rudolph Serena Satcher Mary Clyde Sparks Libby Trimpe David M. Turbow Chapel Staff David Alwine Albert Bonholzer Harry Crandall Robbe Delcamp E. Robinson Dewey Zebedee Masereka Rev. William W. Millsaps Iris Slocombe Rev. Robert L. Utlaut Ester Watson Laura Hewitt Whipple Chapel Guides Kelly McBride, Pres. Cathy Cowling Susan Elston Wendy Keith Chuck LaFond David Norton Mandy Rowcliffe Susan Wilmeth Carilloneurs Liza Field Marcia de Bary Kathy Newman Sara Mooney Ann Yates Organizations University Choir Betty Arnold Jack Barden Ginger Bowling Margo Bradley Avonne Brakett Lisa Brandon Betsy Britton Jack Burdick Stephen Caldwell Cathy Cowling Kelley Dockrey Susan Elston Katherine Field Ann Freels Beth Freeman Katherine Green Trey Greer Sandy Gregg Wentzell Hamner Hank Hopping Gail Hunter Martha Johnson Edrea Jones Kathy Jones Mary Keenan Wendy Keith Chuck LaFond Rachael Lukens Ginny Lux Kelly McBride Lisa McGee George Morgan Doug Murchie David Norton Debbie Overdorff Rhonda Parmley Amy Pennington Andrea Rabalais Gary Racioppi Gretchen Rehberg Fredrick Rudolph Walter Sechrist Mary Clyde Sparks Catherine Splane Terry Tucker Irene Wainwright Bubba Wall Susan Warner Susan Wilmeth Sara Williams Michael Winseltt Organizations University Ban ■■MM Sewanee Jazz Band Dean Higgins, Director Michael Davis, Seminarian ' ; ' Mary Barr jishn Keiser, Mark McClendon Evan Rod ewald Dan Talmadge Steve Templeton Wren Wooten Mary Barr Julia Bartles Kathy Bennett Dana Brumfield Jill Crane Bart Daniels Doug Duerr Susan Elston Katherine Field Mildred Lee Gray Trey Greer John Kiser Carrie Malottke Diane McKee Anne Mitchell Russell Lockey Paige Powell Evan Rodewald Nancy Sanderson Serena Satcher Jan Schumann Dan Tallmadge Wrenn Wooten Organizations WUTS David Anderson Beth Aslakson Barry Bean Bob Bissel Julie Bono Chris Brown David Beucy Jack Burn Marshall Chapman Allen Conger Ford Conger Tom Costen Tommy Crabtree Cos Davis Steve Dickerson Pete Evett Kathy Ferguson Sara Furr Giff Gfroerer Gil Gilchrist Nancy Heck Mike Hoffman Shirlee Holmes Rob Hughes John Hutchinson Kathy Jones Thomas Kademan Jo Jo Kinney Wayne Kottkamp John Lambert Dixie Leonard Adam Lewis Ed Litkenhouse Thomas La Reman Susie Maitland Kieran Manion Granger Marchman Liza Martin Sue Mashour Brian Masters Bill Mathes Mincey Moffett Randy Moffett Sheri Morton Doug Murchie Kim Patterson Kent Peebles Rob Pendland Nicki Pendleton Tom Raunch Randy Raybon Lee Richardson Paul Robinson Beth Rogers Fred Rudolph George Shwab Phil Stafford Scott Stanley Allan Strand Martha Tate Marc Thompson Tim Thornberg William Tonks David Turnbow Gretchen Turner Ray Vaughn Todd Votteler Publications Board John V. Reishman, Chairman Everett Williams, Secretary Sylvia Barry Charles Brockett Edna Evens Michael Owen J. Douglas Seiters Karen Seldon 108 Organizations Purple Trippe Cheek, Editor Paul Bonovich, Asst. Editor Frances Gilley, Managing Ed. Jeff Dunn-Rankin, News Ed. Ginger Bowling, Features Ed. Charles Elmore, Sports Ed. Harriet Dupree, Bus. Mgr. Sue Henning, Ads Mgr. Mary Alves, Copy Ed. John Ellis, Photo Ed. Susan Nunley, Circulation Mgr. Judy Dowker, Composition Mary Samaras, Composition Jennifer Nettles, Composition Forestry Club Sara Furr, Pres. Laura Scott, Sec. Treas. Jane Alfriend Michelle Bambling Julie Buono Kelly Creveling Dan Collela Ford Conger Laura Duncan Julie Evans Ed Fox John Girardeau Susan Hall David James Vic Johnson Bill Keener Sissy Kegley John Kiser Wayne Kottkamp Dave Kurupka David Laird Zora Liggett Beth Mann Mike Moreman Todd Muller Emilie Ostertag Kimberly Patterson Lee Richardson Beth Rogers Tim Tenhet Jim Thornburg Ray Vaughn Bahia Yackzan Mountain Goat Michele Bambling Jack Barden Fritz Bauerschmidt Kathy Ferguson Liza Field Kieran Mannion Debby Overdorf Stewart Thomas Mary Holman Willis Bahia Yackzan Organizations r 109 SEMS Student Division Jack Burn Ernest Brown Bart Daniels Ellen Goldey Kevin King Wendel Naumann Kathleen O ' Neal Nick Pendleton Mary Clyde Sparks Russell Lockey Don Duke Nicky Chandler Community Division Sian Baranco Lisa Keith-Lucas Tim Keith-Lucas Ann Oliver Mary Stuart Sewanee Volunteer Fire Department Mark Greskovich — Chief David Maybank — Assistant Chief Scott Hudspeth — Chief Engineer Philip Watt Jim Laughlin Jeff Morris Terry Gallagher Myron Lockey Mike Jordan Bill Hodges Towsen Engsberg Weyland Joyner Eric Haag Stewart Thomas Jim Kitchens Lee Pride Giff Gfroerer Lyle Bennett Jay Farres Dan Rather Heidi Barker no Organizations Plastic Spoon Sara Furr — President Beth Aslakson Julie Buono Julie Chapin Liza Fox Christin Farrington Kathe Elmore Nancy Heck Beth Mann Charlotte Puckette Susan Roper Mary Holman Willis Katie Wynne The Order of the Thistle Scott Laseter — Regent Nick Pendleton — Chancellor, Exchequer J. R. Hanks — Scribe, Court Magician Pete Brown — Sergeant at Arms Larry Amaturo Morgan Bomar Dan Brown Halsey Cook Tom Crabtree Sid Culipher Bur Dobbins Tucker Eskew Baron Fain Bill Gage Tim Garret Reid Gardener John Girardeau Giff Gfroerer Dan Gould Miles Green Eric Haag Hank Hallum Scott Hull John Hutchinson Howard Jetmunsen Ned Moore Mark Phillips Todd Rutz Tom Scott Daniel Wilcox Economics Club John Born — President Pat Apperson — Sec. Treas. Ron Menna — Vice President Blane Brooks Ernest Brown Roe Buckley Matt Carruthers Tommy Crabtree Burr Dobbins Emmauel Esguerra David Gilbert Jed Drew Chip Headrick Bill Hodges Scott Hudspeth Scott Hull Freeman Jelks Mincy Moffett Robert Moreman Kent Peebles Robin Pepper Hank Rivers Nancy Roberts Paul Robinson Brad Trammell Fred Tristschler Mary Wright R. Gottfried J. Ingles A. Schaeffer V. Hochwald Y. Mohiuddin D. Setton D. Himarios Velvet Duchess Vera Ayres Martha Clark Allison Conley Leslie Cunningham Catherine Currie Becky Davis Harriet Dupree Susan Eddleman Mary Steele Failing Buffy Fuller Sara Furr Kathy Haley Margie Harbert Sissy Kegley Laurie Keyser Carol Killebrew Becky Lau Rachael Lukins Kathleen Redfern Sally Roche Andi Ruffin Chris Teetor Annie Thrower Virginia Tate Kelly White Abbe Williams Mary Holman Willis csa BfKp£ " B PP - " " y vyfl ■ ' b i ] aPiff ®m I a m ■; ; [lL §g W i esSa iP JB n f jfl j M VI M ni ■ I ■ J ; : l : LJB I ■U-. iflB 9i mW mmm £ B mi Wellington John Born — Prime Minister Buddy Ortale — Archbishop of Cantebury John Beeland Stuart Bickley Jackson Bowman Roe Buckley Gibbons Burke Jed Carter Marshall Chapman Reid Conrad John Cooner Rick Curry Pete Delay Scott Ensor Don Evans Lawson Fort Bill Gage Reed Gardener Jimmy Griscom David Hay John Higgins Emmett Lucas Reese Malette Mike McLain Jim Morris Tom Nash Wendell Newman Paul Pearigen Greg Perrone Bill Pitts Archie Reeves Will Reid Dave Sarkisian David Schaeff er Tom Seldon Grant Shirley Philip Watt Everett Williams Marc Winn Jay Zaleskey [112 Organizations Dubliners Karen Jenkins — President Beth Godwin Catherine Swearingen - Kathy Haley Vice President Mary Hampton Nancy Lea — Vice President Margie Harbert Lisa Parish — Treasurer Josephine Hicks Susie Hine Vera Ayres Sallie Horton Beth Barbre Amy Jackson Carol Beers Suzy Juge Kate Belknap Nina Lamprecht Michoe Brenneck k Jetta McKenzie Becky Brown Cheryl Poppell Carol Casteel Lisa Rentz Cynda Cavin Amy Rhodes Susan Chenault Andi Ruffin Sarah Coke Mary Samaras Sarah Cotton Becca Stevens K Elizabeth Craver Lisa Stiles Catherine Currie Martha Tate Becky Davis Annie Thrower Harriet Dupree Jill Webb Susan Eddleman Page Webb r Kate Engleby Abbe Williams Buffy Fuller Mary Holman Willis Virginia Graham Katie Wynne Highlander f Jim Laughlin — Grand Laird Hank Hopping t : James Benfield — Vice Laird Charlie Hunt Mike Jordan Art Aiken Joe LaRussa Appy Apperson Marc Larson Gentry Barden Myron Lockey Mark McAllister Shap Boyd Chris Campbell David Maybank Matt Carruthers Jeff Morris Allen Clark Mark Phillips Mark Cotter Dan Rather Chris Dearing Joe Royal David Dunnam Arthur Speck Towson Engsberg Terry Staletovich Russ Freeman Tim Tenhet David Freibert Matt Wedding Mark Greskovich Steve Wedding Hank Hallum John Walker Bill Hodges Tim Williams Kevin Holland Jon York Organizations Pink Ribbon Sue Mashour — President Becky Lau — Vice President Siisie Hine -- Treasurer Mary Alves Carol Beers Kate Belknap Lynda Berry Laurie Boss Sarah Coke Harriet Dupree Susan Eddleman Anne Mitchell Lisa Parish Robin Pepper Lisa Rentz Annie Soto Josephine Squire Elizahith Tucker Marion White Katie Wynne Faculty, Theology and Community: Mrs. Bruce Baird Mrs. Charles Baird Mrs. Charles Binnicker Mrs. Arthur Ben Chitty Mrs. William Clarkson Mrs. Henrietta Croom Mrs. Joseph D. Cushman Mrs. Edward England Mrs. Ann Benton Fort Mrs. Gilbert Gilchrist Caroline Goldsmith Mrs. William A. Griffin Mrs. Sara Ham Mrs. Peggy Hankins Mrs. David Hopkins Mrs. Robert Keele Mrs. Arthur Knoll Mrs. Stiles Lines Mrs. Douglas Paschall Mrs. Stephen Puckette Mrs. John V. Reishman Mrs. Tupper Saussy Mrs. Douglas Seiters Mrs. Gerald Smith Mrs. Olwyn Souter Mrs. Stephensen Mrs. Edwin Stirling Mrs. Bayly Turlington Mrs. Harry Yeatman Mrs. John Webb Mrs. Dorthea Wolf Black Ribbon Matt Carruthers — President James Benfield Jed Carter John Cooner Rick Curry John Cobbs Matt Costello David Freibert John Higgins Scott Jamison Reese Mallette Dan Roach Terry Staletovich Mike Waldrum Faculty: Beeler Brush Jerry Ingles Charlie Smith Green Ribbon College of Arts and Sciences: Gentry Barden Stuart Bickley Bichard Blackburn Blane Brooks Russell Freeman Hank Hallum William Hodges Kevin Holland Michail Jordan Marcus Larson James Laughlin Owen Lipscomb Emmett Lucas Patrick McEnerny Jeffery Morris Wendell Neumann Mark Phillips Lawrence Shields Richard Spore Martin Stoudenmire Timothy Tenhet Jay Wiley Jonathan York Green Ribbon Sewanee Residents: Dudley Fort John Greeter David Hopkins Briel Keppler Russell Leonard Leslie McLaurin Larry Majors Edward Watson Roger Way Richard Winslow Faculty and University Officers: Herbert " Yogi " Anderson Henry Arnold Charles Brockett Walter Bryant Douglas Cameron Thomas Carlson Richard Chapman James Clayton William Clarkson Joseph Cushman Harold Goldberg Marvin Goodstein Charles Harrison Francis Hart Larry Jones Ronald Jones Edward King Arthur Knoll Robert Lancaster David Lumpkins Robert Lundin Andrew Lytle John McCarthy Horace Moore Richard O ' Connor Malcolm Owen Douglas Paschall, Advisor Brown Patterson Howard Rhys Douglas Seiters Ernest Schmid Steven Shrader William Wadley Reinhrd Zachau Honorary Yerger Clifton Peter Taylor 114 Organizations Mrs. Craig Anderson Mrs. Holier! Avres Mrs. Holier! Avres Vera Avres Mrs. Holier! Benson Mrs. Charles Brocket! Mrs. Doug Cameron Mrs. Kdward Carlos Mrs. -lames Clayton Mrs. Arthur Cocked Becky Davis Mrs. Harry Davis Mrs. Prisrilla Kurt Mrs. Harold Goldberg Kllen Ooldey Mrs. Barbara Hall Margie Harbert Mrs. Krank Hart Mrs. Reginald Helvensl (leorgia Herpel Mrs. Charles Higgins Mrs. Raymond Howe Sti .y ' luge Mrs. Kdward Kirvin Mrs. Robert Lancaster Mr. David Landon Rachael I.ukens Mrs. David Kumpkins Mrs. Robert Lundin Mrs. Kdward McOrady -letla McKenzie Mrs. Paul Mooney Mrs. Malcolm Owen Mrs. William Priestley Mrs. George Ramseur Kathleen Redlern Nancy Roberts Audi Ruf ' t ' in Mrs. Arthur Schaef ' er Mrs. Glenn Smalley Mary Samaras Mrs. Charles Teasley Mrs. Wendell Thrower Mrs. Barclay Ward Mrs. Kdward Watson Abbe Williams Mrs. Bette Winters Mrs. Heinhard Zarhau Red Ribbon In Collegio: George P. Apperson III John Smith Prather Beeland John Bleecker Born William Marshall Chapman Mark Sabol Greskovich Thomas Charles Nash III Paul Daniel Pearigen Archibald Thomas Reeves III William Edward Reid III David Clement Schaefer III Thomas Lawson Selden Grant Carlton Shirley Phillip Anthony Smith Stephen Farwell Templeton Stewart Hyer Thomas John Seibels Walker Philip Cargill Watt Steven Edgar Wedding James Marcus Winn In Schola Theologica: Marshall Pinnix Craver III Robert Duncan Fain Robert Michael Owens Malvin David Parker Rufus Stanley Runnels Percy Gerome Woodall, Jr. In Facilitate: Craig B. Anderson Donald S. Armentrout Charles C. Baird A. Scott Bates Robert G. Benson Charles M. Binnicker William S. Bonds Hugh H. Caldwell, Jr. William T. Cocke III Frederick H. Croom James T. Cross Robert G. Delcamp Gilbert F. Gilchrist William A. Griffin Kenneth R. W Jones Robert L, Keele David M. Landon Stiles B. Lines Thaddeus C. Lockard Eric W. Naylor Charles R. Perry William M. Priestly Stephen E. Puckette John V. Reishman Dale E. Richardson Arthur M. Schaefer Gerald L. Smith Edward M. Stirling Barclay Ward John M. Webb Donald B. Webber Herbert S. Wentz Harry C. Yeatman Red Ribbon In Officio: Robert M. Ayres, Jr. John G. Brat ton Don C. Pippen John B. Ransom III In Oppido: Bruce Baird William T. Cocke IV Duvall Cravens William Cravens Sollace M. Freeman Van Eugene Ham Girault M. Jones Edmund Kirby-Smith William S. Mann Joseph H. Powell F. Tupper Saussy Fletcher S. Stuart Organizations + ■ XL. p ts " V [fl » -■ — ■ JM n ■ $ ■: ■ " ' Organizations 1171 To the unsuspecting visitor on the mountain, the Greek system appears to be the backbone of Sewanee social life. This assumption is correct. As students can tell you, when one is removed from the heart of a civiliza- tion, and placed instead on a remote mountain top, interaction between people becomes the first priority of some organization. Here at Sewanee, the Greeks have taken this responsibility upon themselves. During fall and spring rush, 11 fraternities and 5 sororities, respectively, open their doors (and their minds!?!) to those who wish to participate. The process here is played down in comparison to other schools. The chance of getting into the group you admire is high. It may seem that all the Greeks do is party. This is not true. Each group has a particular community interest, and all fulfill their obligations to that interest. The competition between Greeks is fierce in all aspects, whether it be on the football field or in Lower Cravens when theBlood Mobile is here. For those who believe that the Greek system has no redeeming value, just ask a member of the Sewanee student body for their opinion. They will gladly supply you with a well thought out list of why " life on the Mountain " would not be complete without that indomitable organization . . . the Greek. Fr. Row: Carlotta Cooper, Sue Mashour, Anne Mitchell, Stephanie Scruggs. 2nd Row: Martha Kelly, Barb Francis, Jill Crane, Sally Cole, Ginger Bowling. 3rd Row: Caroline Morton, Jane Smith, Cat Green. 4th Row: Jennifer Nettles, Susan Nunley, Shelly Browning, Sherry Martin, Betsy Gayle. 5th Row: Christine Cureton, Jan-Marie Rahner, Melanie Young, Libby Trimpe. 6th Row: Rachel Hoover, Kaye Herring, Brenda Ellis, Francis Schoner, Virginia Hipp, Mary Lou Anderson, Dana Brumfield, Camile McWhirter, Marian White, Eugenia Williams, Connie Crawford, Betsy Rutrough, Jennifer Smith. 120 Greeks i«4- gm mM- Wr M S ? 4 0- t» r s h % T tti ' ifc JP Mj % IP! 1 ' : ' W»f(i5?« if ' ' ?w W? SJ j Greeks Fr. Row: Greg Hearing, Don Pearson, Travis DeHaven, Clark Jackson, Tommy Black, Martin Hale, Denny Crabtree, Robert Mack, Jim Daugherty. 2nd Row: Hugh Russell, Gordon Strayhorn, Forrest McLain, Gene Snead. 3rd Row: Larry Amaturo, John Higgins, Jed DeHaven, Josh Donner, Terry Staletovich, Larry Cassano, Brad Trammel, Jeff Willis, Chas Elmore, Phil Campbell, Halsey Cook, Mark Waller, Brian Sox, Larry Domenico, Shap Boyd, Jeff Harmon. 4th Row: Dan Brown, Mark Cotter, Morgan Bomar, Burr Dobbins, Frank Shoemaker, Jeff Kibler, Jay Zelesky. 5th Row: Brian Rose, Sam Dumas, Hank Hopping, Chris McCandless, David Sarkisian, Don Evans, Dan Gould. 6th Row: Jerald Hanks, Ned Moore, Stewart Lindsey. 7th Row: Doug Freels, Dave Krunic, Sid Cullipher, Scott Hull, Scott Lassiter. [122 Greeks Fr. Row: John Ellis, Ron Menna, Jared Ingersoll, Nicky Chandler, Charlie Shelton. 2nd Row: Peter Bryan, Tommy Lennon, Chris Stelberg, Owen Lyles, Carl Weston. 3rd Row: Mark Deal, John Lemos. 124 Greeks Greeks Fr. Row: Doug Duerr, Wrenn Wooten, Adam Lewis, Brian Johnson, John Lambert, Mike Hoffman, Jess Bryson, Ward Wilson, Garland Head, Drew Rollins. 2nd Row: Warren Coleman, Perry Patton, Fred Matthews, Chris Sturgeon, Jeff Head, John Erwin, Bobby Meyer, Jeff Bull, David Bowers, Paul Jenks. 3rd Row: Ed Fox, Richard Lewis, Jack Krupnick, James Buck, Stephen Bull, Hollis Finch. 126 Greeks Little Sisters; Fr. Row: Jo Jo Kinney, Mary Lou Anderson, Diane McKee, Melanie Krosnes. 2nd Row: Libby Trimpe, Daphne Davis, Laurie Steber. 3rd Row: Ellen Stewart, Becky Phillips, Susan Coleman, Betsy Gayle. Greeks Fr. Row: Doug Murchie, Will Hancock, Ed Litkenhous, Hank Rivers, Tom Lakemon, John Girardeau, Mike Kerr. Back Row: Vic Johnson, Jeff Richardsoi Annie Soto, Steve Vermillion. 128 Greeks Greeks 129 Fr. Row: Felton Scott, Peter Evett, John Harper, Carter Andress, Terry Gallagher. 2nd Row: Alex Grisom, Jeff Murray, Charles Nunley, Tom Rauch, John Greer, Hal Reese, David Pirrung, Talmadge Horton, Greg Garvey, John Stanley, Don Copeland. [130 Greeks Greeks 131 Fr. Row: Benny Schubbe, Philip Alter, Allen Wyatt, Griff Garner, Wade Smith, Frank Boseman, Mark Rembert, David Lee. 2nd Row: Steve Templeton, Nick Pendleton, Mike McLain, William Belser, Joel Jackson, Ernest Brown, Tom Costen, Loring Hines, Matt Strong, Jeff Haynes, Rob Wilbanks. 3rd Row: Gentry Barden, Scott Clark, Bart Daniels, Steve Wedding, Matt Wedding, Paul Pearigen, Myles Elledge, Mark Clark, David Binger, Phillip Smith, Jack Barden. Not Pictured: Wentzell Hamner. Greeks Fr. Row: Dot DeFore, Susie Kaufield, Rachel Hocking, Vonda Cooper, Sallie Robinson, Laura Stewart. 2nd Row: Susan Elston, Lindsey Roseberry, Jan Schuman, Sheri Morton, Todd Harrison, Florence White. 3rd Row: Roma Lenahan, Mimi Stout, Elaine Shoemaker, Maggie Thompson. 4th Row: Julie Taft, Jane Alfriend, Anna Short, Amy Pennington. 134 Greeks Greeks 135 Fr. Row: Reese Mallette, Tim Garrett, Richard Garbee, George Apperson, Butch Schaeffer, Marcos Irigaray, John Walker. 2nd Row: Paul Taft, Eddie McKeithen, David Reece, Bruce Tunno, Sandford MacLean, Alec Bramlett, Baron Fain, Matt Carruthers, Chris Campbell, Will Reid. 3rd Row: Randy Buckner, Robert Jefferson, Ray Powell, Sam Smith, Tim Fitzgerald, Justin Randall. 4th Row: Charles Crisp, Tom Bordeaux, Reid Funston, David Anderson, Tom Scott, James Failing, Hal Cummings, Darren McCullough, Byron Harris, Rob Sharp, Robert Johnson. 136 Greeks Fr. Row: David Norton, John Moreland, Bryan Tinkle, Todd Lemon, Tommy Crabtree, Bill Armistead. 2nd Row: Jack Burdick, Staton Autrey, Trey Greer, Kent Peebles. 3rd Row: Doug Fuqua, Sterling DeRamus, Greg Townsend, Charles Yeomans, Bill Mathas, Will Parker, John Hutchinson, Steve Uiterwyk. 138 Greeks Greeks 139 Fr. Row: Brother Ballenger, Miles Carlsen, Hunter Ewing, Archie Reeves, Paty Daves, Steve Blackstock. 2nd Row: Tom Langston, Dene Ecuyer, Jimmy Griscom, Robert Glenn. 3rd Row: David Juge, Clay Bethel, Joe LaRussa, Will Fort, Mark Childers, Jim Kitchens, Reed Gardner, John Born. 4th Row: David Hall, John Bray, Cliff Kitchens, Stewart Thomas, Brian Rose, Trey Shipp, Chip Headrick, Bill Pitts, Tad McVay, Judge McGowan, Armando Basarratte, Robert McGee. 5th Row: Mark Greskovich, Carlton Sims, John Sommerville, Mark McAllister, Alex Effird, Arthur Brantley, Tom Oakley, Lee P ride, Miles Greene. 6th Row: Allen Clark, Mike Waldrum, Jay Wakefield, Greg Greskovich, William Edwards, Adam Freeman. 7th Row: Bill Hodges, Bob Bissell, Dave Mann, Bobby Nicks, Jay Faires. 8th Row: Tom Seldon, Rick Curry, John Harris, Scott Hudspeth, James Benfield, John Cobbs. 140 Greeks Fr. Row: Carol Killibrew, Julie Chapin, Susan Killen, Judy Dowker, Joan Morrow, Laurie Keyser, Andrea Williams. 2nd Row: Angela Williams, Elizabeth Estes, Nancy Greenwood, Susie Maitland, Mary Beth Smith, Maria Lennon, Sherida Woodall, Josephine Squire, JoAnne Raulerson. 3rd Row: Julia Bartles, Shirley Holmes, Cathy Garbee, Sue Goen, Sara Brown, Kim Marks, Mary Kennan, Jennifer Murray, Dorcas Worley, Kelly Van, Julie Moebes, Beth Girardeau, Allison Steber, Jenny Wright, Betsy Britton. 5th Row: Margaret Hill, Martha Tate, Stephanie Cole, Lori Oscher, Susan Bell, Sara Preston, Maureen Sweeney, Kathy Rapport, Lou Ann Lindsey, Laura Dusek, Karyn Pennington. 142 Greeks Greeks 143 Fr. Row: Rob Mcintosh, Eric Hefner, Joe Lucas, Jimmy Thompson, Finn French, Will Thomason, Angus McCauley, Chris Shaunessy, John Clark, Ryan Finkbonner. 2nd Row: Roe Buckley, Grant Shirley, Dan Rather, Eric Rhinehart, Gibbons Burke, Art Aiken. 3rd Row: David Maybank, Jay Wiley, Greg Perrone, Emmett Lucas, Mark Balte, Russ Wood, Marc Winn, Mark Bourlakus, Bill Gage, Scott Ensor, Owen Lipscomb, Mark Phillips, Jon York, Towsen Ensberg. 144 Greeks Fr. Row: Joe Liles, Bart Sanders, Bill DeLong, Chris Bright, Brian Mainwaring, Woody Spearman, Bill Tucker. 2nd Row: Yerger Andre, Granger Marchman, Matt Costello, Patrick Dunn, Rich Westing, Andy Maggenheimer. 3rd Row: Todd Votteler, Mike Thomas, David Hay, Ricky Chandler, Will Tonks. 4th Row: Dan Tallmadge, Doug Catlitt, Joe Royal, Chris Brown, Peter Dowker, Randy Moffat. 5th Row: John Sims Baker, John Shankle. 6th Row: Allen Culp, Tim Klots, Stewart Murray, Tucker Eskew, Russ Freeman, Marshall Chapman. 7th Row: Allen Brown, Mincy Moffat, Evan Rodewald, Andy Wilson. Greeks ' ■ ' ' • ' ■ r ' i " ■ MBfc jk ' ■ ' ! ■ ' ' ■ ■ i MR pl- " fp M 9 Hn 1 ■ i m ;1 Jg if 1 ' ■ f -. ■ B 1 Fr. Row: Abbe Williams, Sally Scott, Sage Smith, Melanie Patterson, Karen Dynduic. 2nd Row: Paige Webb, Lisa Stiles, Cynthia Hinrichs, Anne Laigle. 3rd Row: Gina Falk, Bena Wittlesbee, Maria Mears, Susan Fleming. 4th Row: Cornelia Barrett, Kathy Haley, Suzy Juge, Virginia Graham, Mishoe Brennecke, Becky Nelson, Holly Cain, Mary Fisher, Madeira Dickerson, Lucienne LaStovic, Laura Busby, Stuart White. 5th Row: Susan Eddleman, Harriet Dupree. 6th Row: Evelyne Wynne, Josephine Hicks, Amy Stafford, Mary Lamprecht, Jill Webb, Cynda Cavin, Mary Burns, Lissa Deutch, Ann Mengedoght, Amy Rhodes, Serena Smith, Mary Alves, Jeanette Sommers, Maia Bosewell, Sharon Walters, Lucy Dalton, Amy Jackson, Leslie Cunningham, Laura Andress. 148 Greeks ; IE " ! ' ■ i Greeks 149 Fr Row: Alison Riopel, Amy Jenkins, Buffy Fuller, Nancy Lea. 2nd Row: Esther Murguia, Polly Law, Andi Ruffin, Shelley Pierce Kathy Newman, Ruth Luketic. 3rd Row Gail Hunter, Hildreth Budd, Carol Casteel, Becca Stevens, Elizabeth Broom, Jennifer Robinson, Jeanette Randolph, Susan Glenn, Ann Herpel, Mary Lane Preston Kimberly Crouch. 4th Row: Sarah Buchannon, Becky Brown, Laura Bowen, Karen Jenkins, Lisa Parnsh, Rieves Hutchins, Elizabeth Graver, Vera Ayres Beth Barbre Terry Tucker, Martha Johnson, Susan Chenault, Kimra Anderson, Mary Samaras, Martha Hodgkins, Lee Ann Hunter. 5th Kow: Margaret Grayson Sallie Horton, Jennifer Cook, Dana Ruffin, Mary Bowron, Mary Washbume, Randy Poitevant, Mary Hollman Willis, Carter Harrison. ,150 Greeks Greeks 151 [152 Greeks mm Greeks 153 For those of us who enjoy self-inflicted pain and suffering as well as the warm feeling of victory, the athletic department offers a myriad selection of varsity sports. The sterotypical figure of the dumb jock is not as prevalent on the Sewanee campus as it is on other campuses. Of all the sports, football seems to have its own cult, however. This cult is easily recognizable because its members appear at games dressed in col- ors guaranteed to clash. The typical question of this cult is " Who ' s win- ning the game? " Other sports do not receive as much attention from the student body, but the athletes are dedicated to their sport. Even though their efforts are not patronized by the student body, they frequently win in competition. A win means so much more to its athletes because they must compete against larger, better financed teams where good academic standing among jocks is not important. Sewanee Wins C.A.C. Looking back through the annals of Sewanee football his- tory, one hears of the great undefeated seasons of 1958, 1963, and of course, 1899, when the Tigers went on a 6-day rampage, beating several teams who are now considered the " giants " of college football. But the 1982 season of Sewanee football was perhaps the most exciting and, almost certain- ly, the most unusual of all. On the way to the College Athletic Conference champion- ship and a 7-2 record, the Tigers beat Millsaps, Fisk, South- western, and their first away victory over Washington and Lee in 24 years. In fact, the " comeback kids " pulled out 6 of their 7 victories with 4th quarter rallies, which exemplified the character and tenacity one associates with Sewanee football at its best. The 1982 season was indeed an unusual one. The Tigers were temporarily ranked 12th in the NCAA Division III poll, and hoped for Sunday afternoon television coverage during the National Football League strike. Jon York won Sewanee ' s 14th NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship, which made Sewanee the national leader among Division III schools and reaffirmed the school ' s commitment to aca- demic excellence. Led by quarterback Tim Tenhet and wide receiver David Pack, the Tigers set 19 school records and placed a record 9 players on the All-C.A.C. team. Phil Campbell 1983 Football Results OPPONENT Fisk University Millsaps College Principia College Centre College Southwestern at Memphis Baptist University Washington and Lee Univ. Rose-Hulman Institute Illinois College S 14 32 23 13 20 20 21 14 31 O 10 16 13 20 17 21 20 7 28 Sports First Row: Tom Langston, Steve Palmer, Jim Dougherty, Brian Mainwaring, Mallon Ellenburg, Mark Vandiver, Mark Childers, Robert Glenn Armando Basarrate, Travis DeHaven, Kelly Meeks, Lee Pitisci, Don Pearson. Second Row: Will Thomason, H. C. Williams, Martin Stoudenmire, Larry Ca ssano, Moose Phillips, Jeff Morris, Jon York, Tim Tehnet, Marc Larson, David Duke, Kevin Holland, Larry Shields, Jim Morris, Mike Jordan, Rob Mcintosh. Third Kow: Rob Buckman, Woody Sechnest, Marcus Irigaray, Owen Lipscomb, Arthur Speck, David Gilbert, David Pack, Mark Cotter, Jim Smith, Bob Koddenberry, Clark Jackson, Steve Blackstock, Byron Harris. Back Row: Gene Snead, Jed DeHaven, Raymond Scott, Todd Rutz, Shap Boyd, Dan Rather Perry Dickerson, Lee Pride, Art Aiken, Rob McGehee, Phil Campbell, Les Rogers, Everett McCrary Sports Soccer Team Places 2nd in CAC The Sewanee Tigers were on the move in 1982. Under the leadership of second year coach Peter Haley and co-cap- tains Richard Garbee and Sam Dumas, the team boosted its previous years record of 7-6-3 to a more impressive 11-6-1. The recruiting efforts of Coach Haley paid off as the fresh- men gave vital support and played an integral part of the team ' s success. Young prospects such as John Lichnock, Patrick Reagan, Peter York, David Pirrung, and Lloyd Whatley were consistent starters, each possessing previous soccer experience. The Tigers encountered some defensive problems early in the year but continued to improve as the year progressed. Plagued by several injuries, the team pulled together to finish second in the three-day long CAC Tournament. Three players were chosen to the All-CAC Team: Richard Garbee, Dan Gould and Eddie McKeithen. McKeithen had an espe- cially good year, scoring 17 goals to break Kyle Rote, Jr. ' s school record for the most goals in three years. He has scored 50 goals and has one more year of eligibility. Coach Haley looks forward to an even better year in 1983 and a tougher schedule to boot. New competition will in- clude Vanderbilt and Tennessee Tech. Haley believes that practice in the off season is the key to improvement. Those with a half-hearted attitude are weeded out and those who are really hungry for soccer, learn and develop as a closely knit group. Dan Gould 1982 Soccer Results OPPONENT S Covenant College 2 4 Tusculum College 2 5 King College 6 1 Tennessee Temple 3 1 Bryan College 2 Tennessee Wesleyan 2 3 Univ. of Ala. Birmingham 4 Univ. of Tenn. Chattanooga 2 2 Alumni 11 1 Emory University 1 Southwestern 1 Wabash 3 1 Oglethorpe 2 Tennessee Temple 1 Tennessee Wesleyan 1 3 C.A.C. TOURNAMENT 2ND Of . B g t M WL.Ca If ■ fefl ■ ■■ ■,-.■ . ' ■v -.X- (158 Sports Front Row: Bill Keener, Mark Waller, Richard Garbee, Lloyd Whatley, Sam Dumas, David Reece, Sam Smith. Second Row: Dr. Charles Peyser, Mark Balte, Carter Andress, Dan Gould, John Lichnock, Eddie McKeithan, David Pirrung, Coach Peter Haley. Back Row: Peter York, Will Reid, Patrick Reagan, Mac McNease, John Riser, Donald Copeland. Not pictured: Allen Wyatt. Swim Team 1982-83 Schedule Tennessee State Alabama A M Florida A M University of Louisville Berea College Centre College South Carolina State Augusta College Georgia Tech Emory University Southern Intercollegiate Championships Tennessee State Depauw University NCAA Championships ri6o Sports ' ront Row: Kyle Bennett, Beth Garcia, Bea Covington, Jenny Lux, Dan Colella, Darby Ray, Melissa Bulkey. Back Row: Jared Ingersoll, Charlie Sholten, Peter iryan, Jack Krupnick, Fred Trischler, Forrest McLain, Coach Cliff Afton. Not Pictured: Kristin Hutchins, David Freibert. Sports Volleyball 1982 Schedule Carson-Newman Milligan Lambuth Bethel C.B.C. Trevecca Covenant Bryan Trevecca Tennessee Temple Fisk Lambuth Oglethorpe Fisk Lambuth Bryan Fisk " Austin Peay Covenant Maryville Kentucky Wesleyan Trevecca U.T.C. Western Kentucky Austin Peay U.T.M. Southwestern Western Georgia Club Christian Brothers Club University North Alabama Temple Austin Peay Front Row: Laura Stewart, Vonda Cooper, Karyn Pennington, Coach Nancy Ladd. Back Row: Dot Defore, Liza Martin, Sherida Woodall, Laine Konrad, Diane Bryant, Elizabeth Epps. Not Pictured: Laura Duncan, Libby Trimpe. [162 Sports Sports [163 Field Hockey Team Ends With Winning Season 1982 Field Hockey Result OPPONENT Vanderbilt Transylvania Vanderbilt Agnes Scott Centre Georgia Club Catawba Appalachian St. Univ. Bridgewater Principia DePauw Wake Forest Duke Club Charlotte Club Vanderbilt Berea S 1 3 3 6 5 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 O 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 164 Sports Back Row: Coach Jill Thomas, Sarah Coke, Josephine Squire, Kate Belknap, Cynda Cavin, Kate Engelby, Carol Beers, Jennifer Murray, Elizabeth Deustch, Elizabeth Brown, Heidi Barker, Nancy Greenwood (Manager). Front Row: Becky Nelson, Jennifer Cook, Mary Alves, Paige Parsons, Susie Hine, Elizabeth Estes, Judy Dowker, Maia Boswell. Sports Cross Country Men ' s Team 1982 Results OPPONENT Sewanee Invitational Berry Invitational Bryan Invitational Southwestern Lipscomb Invitational C.A.C. N.C.A.A. Regional PLACE 4 4 2 1 4 2 5 Front Row: Charles Yeomans, Tom Seldon, Paul Butler, Andy Hayes, Paul Pfefferkorn. Back Row: Coach John McPherson, Charles Atnip, Tim Klots, Fre Matthews, John Thompson, Sterling DeRamus, Nicky Chandler, Arnold Frishman. Not Pictured: John Beeland, John Butcher. 166 Sports Cross Country Women ' s Team 1982 Results mwmz% OPPONENT Sewanee Invitational Bonne Bell 10K Fisk Invitational Southwestern Lipscomb Invitational Southwestern Invitational Jasper Color Cruise Old Fort Road Race Bonne Bell 10K N.C.A.A. Regionals PLACE 4 6 1 4 •1 Front Row: Liza Field, Kim Jago, Margo Moldenhauer, Susie Maitland, Mary Lou Anderson, Coach Cliff Afton. Back Row: " C " Hinricks, Gretchen Rehberg, Theresa Owen, Beth Richards, Angela Parrott. Zanna Brawner. Sports Wrestling 1983 Schedule Dual Meets Carson-Newman Georgia Tech Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Carson-Newman Front Row: Halsey Cook, Shep Bentley, David Lee, Rob Mcintosh, Tim Garrett. Back Row: Robert Jefferson, Brian Masters, Allen Clark, Armando Bassarate, Art Hancock. Not Pictured: Ken Barlowe, Scott Ensor, Tommy Lennon, Robert McGehee, Chris Smith, Jim Smith, Peter Tranakos. (168 Sports Sports Mens ' Basketball v «viii%i 1982-83 Schedule College of Charleston Tournament Fisk University Covenant College Rose-Hulman Georgia Tech Centre College Rose-Hulman Bryan College Centre College Illinois College Principia College Covenant College Southwestern Oglethorpe University Tennessee Tech Principia College Carson-Newman Millsaps College Southwestern Fisk University Bryan College Oglethorpe University Illinois College Millsaps College symmetry? Front Row: Denny Crabtree, Ellis Simmons, Jim Folds, Mark Peeler, Scott Jackson, Josh Donner, Scott Brown. Back Row: Asst. Coach Jim Bello, Manager Dar Johnson, Kevin Barnett, Marichall Gentry, Steve Kretsch, Chip Headrick, Blane Brooks, Ricky Blackburn, Manager Charlie Hunt, Coach Rick Jones. 170] Sports Sports Womens ' Basketball k ' 1982-83 Schedule Millsaps College Southeastern Bible College Maryville Emory and Henry Roanoke College Covenant College Temple Millsaps College Southeastern Bible College Centre College Temple MacMurray College Illinois College Covenant College Transylvania University Fisk University Southwestern Bryan College Centre College Fisk University Maryville Bryan College Southwestern Front Row: Susie Steel, Zanna Brawner, Jill Webb, Teddie Batchman, Sophie Brawner. Back Row: Manager Nancy Greenwood, Laine Konrad, Florence White, Jetta McKenzie, Gretchen Rehberg, Coach Nancy Ladd. ' 172] Sports Sports fl73 Baseball ' 83 Baseball Results OPPONENT Lambuth College Samford University Covenant College Bryan College Samford University Covenant College Lambuth College Tennessee Temple Fisk University Mercer University Baptist Univ. of America Maryville College Bryan College Fisk University Mercer University Tennessee Temple Baptist Univ. of America Illinois College Principia Centre Rose-Hulman Southwestern s 2,1 5,10 2,8 3,6 Rained Out 12,9 4,10 Rained Out Rained Out Rained Out Rained Out 9,15 4,2 7,6 6,12 9,11 1,1 16,1 6,5 5,4 1,5 11,17 0,1 Rained Out 3,4 4,10 13,21 4,4 4 18 2 14 4 3 14 8 3 ' ■ - ' .-- ' . - " ,1-1 -. «3 174 Sports §r : o C i, e o try B n de H ' T St6V Redding, Kevin Holland, Stuart Bickley, Tim Tenhet. 2nd Row: Ed Fox, Joe Royal, Hank Hopping, Matt Wedding, Calv unt. 3rd Row: Coach Jim Bello, Ned Moore, David Gilbert, Tommy Black. Sports Women ' s Soccer 1983 Results OPPONENT S Indiana 9 New York Nova 1 Tulane 4 Atlanta S. C. 3 Charleston S. C. 2 4 Charleston Y. P. 3 Covenant College 4 Vanderbilt 2 4 Alabama Principia 2 Covenant College 2 Southwestern 2 University of Tennessee 2 176 Sports Row: Jennifer Murray, Emily Hosterhouse, Elizabeth Kimbrough, Nancy Brim, Kate Belknap, Barbara Francis, Angela Parrot, Mary Fisher. 2nd Row: Sam imas, Doug Cameron, Laura Dusek, Lissa Deutch, Catherine Wood, Kelly Van, Serena Smith, Katht Rappolt, Nancy Greenwood, Coach Peter Haley. 3rd Row: th Rogers, Louisa Gibbs, Lisa Kincaid, Heidi Barker, Dorcas Whorley, Todd Harrison, Susie Kaufhold, Sarah Hunt. Sports 177 Men ' s Tennis 1983 Results OPPONENT S Carson-Newman 2 7 David Lipscomb 3 6 Belmont 6 3 Univ. North Alabama 3 6 Western Michigan 9 Emory Henry 3 6 Rose-Hulman 6 3 Lynchburg 1 8 Ripon 3 6 Washington University 4 5 Shorter 9 Tennessee Temple 5 4 Ohio Wesleyan University 9 Kalamazoo 9 Calhoun 2 7 Birmingham Southern 5 Millsaps 3 6 Emory University 1 5 Univ. of North Alabama 2 7 Tennessee Temple 9 Carson-Newman 9 Centre 8 1 Maryville College 9 Trevecca 9 Oglethorpe University 4 5 Maryville College 8 1 Belmont 1 8 Union University 6 3 Tusculum 9 Principia 9 Rose-Hulman 4 5 Centre 8 1 Illinois College 8 1 Southwestern 5 1 GsKfew . e m fggl 1,4 99 5» V Coach Norm Kalkhoff, Brian Rogers, Woody Spearman, Scott Clark, Paul Bonavich, Sam Woodall. Not Pictured: Chris Behnke, Blane Brooks, Chris Campbel Chap Headrick, Scott Hull, Scott Jamison, Tim Johnson, Linton Lewis, Fred Tritschler. Sports Sports 179 Women ' s Tennis 1983 Results OPPONENT S Trevecca College 8 1 Calhoun College 5 4 Southwestern 9 Tennessee Temple 9 Calhoun College 7 2 Birmingham Southern 1 8 Millsaps College 9 Emory University 1 5 Maryville College 8 1 Tennessee Tech 6 3 Trevecca College 4 5 Maryville 9 Agnes Scott College 6 3 Georgia Tech 3 4 Susan Chenault, Adrienne Briggs, Kelly Creveling, Michelle Bambling, Ruth Luketic, Coach Norm Kalkhoff. Not Pictured: Sue Glenn, Odette Powers, Susj Steele. 180 Sports Sports 181 Track 1983 Results OPPONENT S Berea Relays 8th Place Taylor University Scrimmage Vandy Relays 11th Place Rome News Relays 7th Place Emory Invitational 6th Place C.A.C. Spring Sports Festival 6th Place Fr. Row: Brian Rose, Owen Lipscomb, Charles Yeomans. 2nd Row: Charles Corn, Russ Freeman, Coach Jerry Bradley, Coach Cliff Afton, Mark Vandiver, Tom Seldon. 182 Sports It Fr. Row: Maia Boswell, Lisa Rentz, Vonda Cooper. 2nd Row: Josephine Squire, Laura Bowen, Eugenia Williams, Kim Jago. - Sports Sewanee Golf 1983 Results OPPONENT PLACE Carson-Newman College Smoky Mt. Invitational 9th Lee College Invitational 5th Tennessee Intercollegiate Championships 3rd Shorter Classic 4th College Athletic Conference Championships 1st NCAA Championships — Div. Ill s - " ' - ' t i, »■■ jm ' _■■ . si JS r ' £ - ' ■ • [184 Sports Fr. Row: Bill Hodges, Mark Peeler, Paul Robinson. Back Row: Ben Pierce, Mike Cosentino, Arthur Brantley, Jay Zeleskey. Sports 185 Rugby Team 1983 Results OPPONENT Univ. Miami of Ohio Univ. Southern Calif. Wash. Univ. of St. Louis Nashville A-side Ft. Campbell Univ. Tenn. B-side Tenn. Tech MTSU Vanderbilt A-side Tenn. Tech Univ. of Louisville UT Chattanooga UT Chattanooga s 6 6 16 12 6 18 22 16 6 14 4 6 12 18 6 16 12 18 6 16 22 4 Fr. Row: Armando Bassarate, Brin Huggins, Jimmy Griscom, Richard Spore, Jeff Morris, Eric Haag. 2nd Row: Jack Nichols, Tim Williams, Terry Staletovich, Chris Campbell, Dave Dunnam, Martin Stoudemire, Pat McEnerny, Jeff Kibler. 3rd Row: David Duke, Nelson Bishop, Ricky Candler. Not Pictured: Grant Shirley, Chris Smith. Sports [186 Sports 187 Lacrosse 1983 188 Sports Equestrian Team 1983 This 1982-83 season was the first for the newly formed University of the South Equestrian Team. As an official member of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association, Sewanee ' s team was able to compete in five competitions. The groups travelled to Murray State University, Kentucky Southern, Illinois University, Hiwassee College, and Middle Tennessee State University. Out of the five shows attended, the Sewanee Tigers brought home two overall point championships. Sewanee was represented by riders in all categories: Hunt Seat over fences, and flat classes. The riders competed in beginner through advanced divisions. The riders were re- quired to draw a horse at random made available by the host college. These horses were ridden by the team without the Sewanee students having any prior experience with the horse at all. This aspect is what makes intercollegiate show- ing unique. This year ' s team was coached by Sian Baranco and in- structed by Jean Raulston. David Norton led the group as its student representative. The other members were: Jill Groff, Wendy Keith, Jeanie Randolph, Joanne Raulerson, Joanne White, Amy Neal, Bobby Persons, and Hester McCay. — Joanne Raulerson Sports 189 Intramurals 1983 I.M Results ATO 1st PDT 2nd Iskra 3rd KA 4th Indys 5th PGD 6th SN 7th Faculty 8th CP 9th SAE 10th DTD 11th LCA 12th DKE 13th BTP 14th Individual Results Football Indys Swimming PDT Cross Country KA Volleyball ATO Basketball Iskra Handball ATO Raquetball Indys Track ATO Softball PDT Tennis ATO PDT Golf SN Ping Pong PGD Pool ATO V_rf s 190 LM. ' s I.M. ' s 192 I.M. ' s f i . A 1 • $w I.M. ' s 193 Student Life Most of us left home with idealistic dreams about a college education. We imagined ourselves, studious and solemn, pursuing our chosen goals. But whatever subject we majored in, we all minored in Staying Alive. The Staying Alive curriculum relied on practical experience courses. We didn ' t have to wait in registration lines to enroll in them. In fact, surviv- ing the registration line was one of life ' s first lessons. We learned from the all night drinking bouts and from the mornings that followed. We learned from standing in line at the Pub only to get to the front and find out there were no more bagels and (God forbid) no more beer. Sometimes it seemed that the daily events of life — both good and bad — infringed on our educational goals. We lost time talking about the Party Weekends we couldn ' t forget. We spent time worrying about the family birthdays we couldn ' t remember. every discovery we made about ourselves and our capacity for life, was really a victory in itself. Student Life VI Student Life Student Life . . . A Closer Look At Sewanee Diversions A tuxedo at first glance seems to be a standard example of formal wear. However, with closer inspection a tuxedo proves to be a complex array of irreplaceable parts such as a shirt, trousers, and coat combined with changeable and sometimes innovative accessories like cummerbunds, ties, and shoes. Life on the mountain at Sewanee is similar to a tuxedo. On the outside Sewanee seems to be a standard model for the collegiate population of America; however, as with a tuxedo upon further scrutiny Sewanee becomes an intricate pattern of tradition and creativity. The black and white tuxedo remains a traditional mode of dress for formals, weddings or even dinner at the White House, and this classic custom is analogous to the role tradi- tion plays in student life at Sewanee. Men and women are asked to adhere to a dress code, the Order of Gownsmen plus faculty wear academic robes to class, and the drinking clubs wear kilts or capes to football games. Although a tux- edo is limited in its traditional function to a mere article of clothing, tradition in student life does not stop with dress. Students are surrounded by the customs of eating at Gailor, going to the SPO between classes, party weekend activities, night study idiosyncracies, and countless other almost rit- ualistic practices passed down from year to year. At the various sorority and fraternity formals, ribbon so- ciety cocktail parties, or any other black tie occasion the tuxedo is present both in its traditional capacity and also in an innovative style. One may see the wearer of a tux with a red tie and cummerbund or for winter in plaid accessories, or in the spring with a brightly colored Lily Pulitzer ensem- ble. Whatever the season the ever-present tuxedo can be altered to deviate from the traditional mode. Life on top of the Cumberland Plateau may yield limited social options, however, as with tuxedo accessories creativity does not re- main stifled. Students find ways to elaborate on the frater- nity party theme with imaginative ideas ranging from a farewell to Lenoid Breznev to an impromptu wine and cheese party at Lake Cheston. Furthering their creativity to encompass the culinary side of campus life, students can choose the new Bishop ' s Deli for lunch or even venture off the mountain to the Cowan Cafe or Skip ' s. Because a MacDonald ' s is relatively out of reach, eating away from Gailor is also subject to active imagination on campus. Another example of creativity in tuxedo dress and stu- dent life is the addition of a pair of tennis shoes. Some functions are a bit less formal allowing the sporty student to wear his Nikes or Adidas with a tux. Such is the role exercise plays in the average day of a Sewanee student. Whether one chooses a game of lacrosse in front of Gailor, the Jane Fonda workout, or more organized team sports, the traditional reading, writing, and arithmetic comes first, not to mention three hour genetics labs or afternoon art classes. Also in- cluded in the category of creative athletics are the nature lovers who opt for hiking, camping, or canoeing with the numerous SOC excursions. Whatever the occasion; parties, eating, or athletics, creativity is the key to enjoyment of life on the mountain. Although the basic black tuxedo has been replaced in the past by colored and ruffled tuxedos, the classic style never totally disappeared. So while the computer age threatens to replace small private schools, the Sewanee community still thrives on classic traditional bonds between faculty and students. Furthermore, one always finds tuxedos at gather- ings like the congregation of students bonded together by a common interest in a closely knit religious, social, and aca- demic atmosphere. It is true that the basic black tuxedo is never out of place and every Sewanee student hopes that the traditional liberal arts education remains an integral part of the academic style. LaVada Barnes Student Life 199 Student Life Imagine a mild October Day, an alumni parade followed by assorted chicken wire and crepe paper floats, a stadium packed with cheering fans, and an infield teeming with stu- dents dressed in colorful regalia. The description typifies a traditional Sewanee homecoming with one exception. This Saturday was not the usual culmination of intensive play time known as party weekend. Due to alumni request, homecoming this year was two weeks earlier than party weekend. However, the seemingly unnatural split did not detract from the festive air attributed to Sewanee home- coming. Purple and white " Yea Sewanee ' s Right " balloons, hats, and buttons were in abundance throughout the crowd signifying the traditional view that Sewanee is THE Uni- versity of the South. As halftime approached, twelve homecoming maids re- presenting the Greek and Independent community, readied themselves for the coming events. A faculty committee by the Blue Key Organization had interviewed each girl Friday afternoon and selected the queen, thus relieving the high pressure competition of popular vote. All the girls could do Saturday was smile and await the committee decision. fc » ' ' ▼ ' fiLJi While being introduced to the crowd one by one, hearts beat a little faster in anticipation until finally the voice on the loudspeaker proclaimed Rachel Lukens, Phi Gamma Delta representative, as queen. Rachel reflected on her se- lection, " The whole affair was very fun and the flowers were incredible. " As Rachel aptly commented, fun was the order of the entire homecoming weekend. With party weekend apart from homecoming, various gatherings designed espe- cially for alumni, replaced the traditional revelry associated with fall party weekend. This focus on returning alumni as the " Welcome Home " banner over University Avenue sug- gested, allowed for more visiting and less concentrated par- tying. Sewanee homecoming this year was just that — a chance for alumni to return to their mountaintop alma mat- er. Just as Sewanee is still the " closest place to heaven " so homecoming was still an integral part of the " fall season " only minus party weekend. Sewanee ' s traditions for home- coming were not radically changed this year, but rather more prolonged. Buddies " Think where man ' s glory most begins and ends, And say my glory was that I had such friends. " William Butler Yeats could easily have been writing of college days on any campus in the United States, Sewanee being no exception. The bonds of friendship formed in this close-knit environment stem from the major role dorm life plays. The dorm becomes the nucleus of community spirit on campus. They are transformed into not only a place to store books and sleep, but truly " the next best place to home. " Dorm life was not the sole reinforcement for the excep- tional bonds of friendship being formed. The mere fact that the students ate at the same dining hall, drank at the same bar, shopped at the same grocery store, and worshiped at the same church strengthened the links between groups of friends. Only the extremely secluded student could escape seeing the majority of the student body every day. Slowly those faces seen time and again acquired a person- ality and from that point friendships began. Sewanee was by no means a Utopia; however, the systems of organizations like clubs, dorms, and Greeks inevitably linked students together through common members. Perhaps Saint Euypiry was thinking of a community similar to Sewanee when he wrote, " Man is a knot, a web, a mesh into which relation- ships are tied. Only these relationships matter. " More than likely, the friendships formed while at Sewanee were the result of a community bonded together by spiritual and physical closeness, but who can say for sure what makes Sewanee friendships so strong. Maybe the old saying is true and that Sewanee is really on top of a magical mountain. LaVada Barnes Student Life 205 Brains At Work There is a dark tall building at the edge of the university that strikes a deep sense of foreboding into the heart of any student with a less-than-ideal grade point aver- age. This building is duPont Li- brary. It is the place where you go to write that ten page paper for Dean Patterson that ' s due within 24 hours. DuPont is the place to find the only person in your class who possesses all the notes for Dr. Benson ' s rendition of Dante. The library is where you spend the week before comps, pouring over notes you took as a freshman. It does not matter whether you want solitude or companionship, duPont offers both and the choice is up to you. For the serious stu- dent, one of the carrels that exist on all four floors may be the solution to quiet. The student with a pro- nounced vice, such as cigarettes or chocolate-chip cookies or caffein- laced beverages, is to be found in Night Study, where such vile indul- gences are permitted. The Fooshee Room and the Periodicals Room are available to those who wish to relax while laboring under the de- lusion that they have nothing else to do. Lastly, the third floor of the library opened this year to house St. Luke ' s library. No more will a tired writer of religion papers pull out a card in the catalog to find it marked with the ominous red let- ters " in St. Luke ' s. " This frustrat- ing event once led to tears and a trek to the school of Theology, but now it is a thing of the past. Student Life 20 The University of the South Sewanee, Tennessee 37375 W ■dm % Second Semester Staff Paul Bonovich Editor Judith Dowker Managing Editor Harriet Dupree Business Editor Jeff Dunn-Rankin News Editor Cam Mathis Features Editor Charles Elmore Sports Editor John Ellis Photography Chief Sue Henning Advertising Manager David Turnbow Circulation Manager David Mann Public Relations Art Aiken Public Relations Laurie Keyser Arts Editor Jeannie Lewis Copy Editor Jenny Wright News Staff Reporter Carol Casteel News Staff Reporter LaVada Barnes Features Staff Reporter Mary Steele Failing Features Staff Reporter Elizabeth Brown Sports Staff Reporter Morgan Bomar Staff Photographer [208 Student Life Student Life [209 Matrons n Left to Right: Mrs. Betty Mask, Mrs. Dolores Wagner, Mrs. Mary Ruth Crawford. Left to Right: Mrs. Doris Stevenson, Mrs. Olwyn Souter, Mrs. Mary Virginia Ravenel. Student Life Left to Right: Mrs. Jane Brain, Mrs. Mildred Moore. Mrs. Mae Dzielak. -r : hhhi Left to Right: Ms. Sara Boswell, Mrs. Winnie Walker, Mrs. Gertrude Kelly. Student Life 1212 Student Life Student Life 213 Sewanee Outing Club Once upon a time when you were a bright-eyed freshman, you must have heard someone say " Let ' s go caving on the SOC trip to Fiery Gizzard. " It sounded like fun, didn ' t it? So you went; hours later you returned to your dorm room en- cased in mud, bleeding, and exhausted. The sadomasochis- tic experience that you underwent was sponsored by the Sewanee Outing Club. The SOC, however, is more than working out with Mother Nature. It means a sunset that you wouldn ' t have seen, otherwise, or an incredible view from a mountain, or just an overall exhilarating feeling from the struggle with the Ocoee River ' s white water. The Sewanee Outing Club is an active, thriving club that provides people with a way to find out about Sewanee and the outlying area; the SOC helps to show students the natural loveliness they might otherwise miss altogether. [216 Student Life • Student Life (217 B.M.O.C. Big Mutts On Campus " My name is Marcelle. I ' m a popular gal on campus. Some may call me a matron of Sewanee administration, or rather canine administration. Being the " mistress " of Ron Jones, I have quite a bit of clout on campus. It ' s my duty to proctor the four-legged vagrants you constantly see. Take Champ for example, he ' s forever playing with those Gailor boys. He ' s such a jock, ultimate frisbee, stick chasing, you name it. Then there ' s Abby, who is constantly in trouble — that woman takes all her problems out on cars. How about Win- ston? Is that immature, mischievous mutt ever going to quit tramping through every body of water he comes into contact with? Then there ' s Gordon, who terrorizes and pillages ev- erything that walks. What is a lady to do? Of course, Sewanee just seems to be a haven for those wild, rowdy, beer drinking sorts. If you can ' t beat ' em, then by dog, join ' em!!! " 218 Student Life Student Life [220 Student Life Student Life [223 224 Student Life mml ' il — uumm W»l» » ' » . U- - " fev - 1 ■ « L m " 3 " ; A ! 9M9lflHR| njp K. iU ■r ' l ' - ' pB Jhh Ljl i J v " " jsL- r ' ? h v i L! I V Student Life 227. Pub, Etc. The daily activities of a Sewanee student include a vastly important trip to the Bishop ' s Common, more fondly known to students and professors alike as the " BC " . The path that most students follow through the BC can almost always be pre- dicted: exhausted from classes, the average student automatically wends his way toward the SPO, where he hopes to find a CARE package from home, a check, or at least a letter. He usually comes up with nothing but SPO notes. After a brief chat with Mrs. Yates, the student moves into the Pub Snack Bar, Tiger Bay, for an after class cigarette and some companion ship. In the Pub, someone may suggest a quick game of pool or ping-pong, at which suggestion the student moves upstairs to play a game or two. After the game is over, the student may wander to the Lounges to see if he knows any of the sleeping studying forms sprawled on the couches and chairs. If it is 11:45, the student may, instead of going to Gailor, head for the new Deli for lunch. (The Deli, an extension of Saga, was opened this year and had great success with students and professors.) After, or during lunch, the student drops by the BC tele- vision room for his favorite soap opera; a day with- out " the Kids " is like a day without Sewanee fog — rare. The BC also houses the Sewanee Purple office, the Cap and Gown office, the Young Republicans stronghold and WUTS radio station. This building is the lifeline of the University — no one goes un- touched by the functions of the Bishop ' s Common. Even at night, the BC is active. Tiger Bay is gener- ally in full swing until midnight, the lounges are open for study, and the TV room at least offers MASH reruns. For informations ' sake, night and day, there is a student faithfully keeping the front desk. If other students have questions about the BC, these guardians can usually answer them, but if not, the Night Manager, Ruth Green, is always there to pro- vide information, keys to inaccessible rooms and a few friendly words. It is impossible to imagine the University with- out the BC and its spectrum of opportunities. The BC makes us complete, and offers us the niceties of community life as a constant tide of humanity flows through it daily. Student Life Vi • £ Student Life 233 Blow Student Life Student Life 235. Student Life [238 Student Life Student Life 239 Cap Gown Traci Badenhause n Editor Staff: Leslie Grossman Assistant Editor Ann Chapleau David Norton Business Manager Laurie Keyser LaVada Barnes Copy Editor Ann Laigle Liz McManaway Assistant Copy Editor Roma Lenehan Laurie Jarrett Photography Editor Alison Riopel Doug Duerr Photography Developer Hank Rivers Ellen Magbee Ads Editor Mary Washbourne Denise White John Winstead Evelyne Wynne Katie Wynne Special thanks to Lyn Hutchinson Student Life 241 POMP AND c I R C u M S T A N C E Graduation 244 Graduation H f HT mutt L jgjjjj Mm s $ 1 J f " W it Wk m Hf W S W Jk Graduation 246 Graduation Graduation Graduation 249 HONORS Valedictorian Josephine Herring Hicks of South Carolina Salutatorian George Fredrick Morgan of South Carolina The Guerry Award The Eugene B. Mechling, Jr. In the College Kathleen Renee Ferguson Scholarship Daniel Stevens Gould The John McCrady Memorial Prize Rachel Woolman Lukens The American Bible Society Elizabeth Louise Kimbrough The Susan Beatty Memorial Prize Award John Seibels Walker Bryan Scott Buchanan John Gregory Prior The Algernon Sydney Sullivan The Class of 1935 Prize The Barron-Cravens Cup Medallion Andrea Russell Williams Robert Blane Brooks Philip Cargill Watt Handbook Award Timothy Talmadge Tenhet The Judy Running Memorial Prize Edward Wrenn Wooten The John Flynn Memorial Trophy Leigh Ann Williams The Thomas O ' Connor Scholarship Timothy Kile Garrett The Philip Evans Award Richard Roland Spore, III The Fulbright Scholarship Award Jetta Ellen McKenzie The Charles Pollard Marks George Fredrick Morgan The Atlee Heber Hoff Memorial Scholarship The Isaac Marion Dwight Medal Scholarship David Hunter Gilbert George Fredrick Morgan Richard Roland Spore, III The Arthur B. Dugan Memorial The James McCardell Fourmy, Jr. The Louis George Hoff Memorial Prize Graduate Scholarship Scholarship Jan Martin Rodgers George Fredrick Morgan Charles Dalton Atnip The George Thomas Shettle Prize The William T Allen Memorial The Charles Hammond Memorial John Wilfrid Henry, II Scholarship Award The Woods Leadership Award Jeffrey Scott Bull Timothy Kile Garrett Scholarships The Eugene Mark Kayden j The Fine Arts Award In the School of Theology Scholarship ; Suzanne Irene Juge William Knox Bailey Jetta Ellen McKenzie Earl Douglass Williams, Jr. Graduation PATRONS ALPHA TAU OMEGA TRACI BADENHAUSEN GOV. AND MRS. JOHN Y. BROWN RICHARD D. CHAPMAN CONGRESSMAN JIM COOPER DIAMOND JEWELRY CO., INC. DOUG DUERR A FRIEND MARY GREEN BOBBY GILLIAM BETH GODWIN JOHN GREETER HUB HAWKINS JACK HAWKINS DAVID HOPKINS, M.D. HENRY HERBERT HOBGOOD LAURIE C. JARRETT RUSSELL LEONARD, M.D. ALAN LOVELESS 252 5 I Patrons ellen f. magbee john McCarthy ROB McINTOSH JANE MITCHELL MR. AND MRS. FRANKLIN MORRIS FRANK MYERS TRICIA NORTON DONNY NUNNLEY " PARTY " HEATHER PATCHETT ERNEST W. SCHMID, JR. CLEO SNERRILL HEATH STEVENS WILL AND DELORES TAYLOR IRENE TERRILL BRADLEY E. TRAMMELL GRETCHEN TURNER TANJA WINTON ANDREW YOUNG Patrons « i2S3 For Home -Style Cooking Come to the CITY CAFE In Downtown Sewanee HEADQUARTERS Sewanee Fantastic Savings on Ladies ' Mens ' Sportswear OXFORD SPORTSWEAR OUTLET sromnAt 1002 W Main St. Decherd, TN 37324 i at the Lanier Clothes Factory) Values $20425 Our reg 19-112 LINDA P. 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Sophomores work for it. Juniors pray for it. Well, let ' s hope seniors have it. Yes, it is none other than that revered garment of academia, the gown. Its traditional benefits are great: no cut slips, first choice dorm assignments, and phys- ical comfort — it adds warmth on those cold Sewanee mornings. GREEKS The Greeks, dominant force of the Sewanee social society, have kept stu- dents and curious visitors entertained for years. Traditional highlights: mantle-dancing, beer slides, shagging, and what else . . . why gatoring of SPORTS I.M.S. Recognition of Sewanee ' s sports teams goes without saying. But the most festive of occasions at some events is in the presence of the High- landers and the Wellingtons, tradi- tional boys ' drinking clubs. ■ ii.fi $ » ORGANIZATIONS The ring. A traditional symbol of love and eternity. The Sewanee expe- rience has left most with love for their alma mater and an eternal bond with their fellow classmates. May all cher- ish it and respect it as a token of sur- vival. ROAD TRIP! — ROAD TRIP! Even on such occasions, the mysti- cism of Sewanee remains. At warp speed, all students grab their angels, if not for the protection of themselves, then for the safety of their car. It ' s funny but it ' s tradition. STUDENT LIFE As another tradition, Sewanee stu- dents have a lust for the night life and certain liquid refreshment. Conse- quently, Sewanee students are tradi- tionally broke!


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