Valdosta State University - Pinecone Yearbook (Valdosta, GA)

 - Class of 1974

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Si Jx' I' UDENT DEVELOPMENT OEHCE OF STUDENT DEVELOPMENT N Uffabgi STUDENT DEVELOPMENT im Eine eawmeg wmldmshl shwhw GUWEQQQ wmHim3hm,gamfgiw volume lxi v----. . ...v--nun , , - W, -Y V-W -A -W . .,,,,,,......, Ev' student life honors and beautles sports greeks and groups 'Ulu- faculty and students Closing 5' ,, r- -,Yam 7? Z'sx'Q'5 73" ,gtlrflis as f' .1 "Zi . ' , ' ' ' - ,, , - ' 3 k - V .fu W- 24 , . .. ,t,,..W, W., -- . .. , U - - ..s A-H ' ' ' ' " ' - g 1"x gf .., ' ' 1. 1, ' ,-.. - ' ,' . j--3 .- N' 'w.t'f fr- ' 0- ' - . ' v - w -.,. - f ttxnay t w ml .A 'J -" , . . 55.1, . Vp E . 5 . A ...Y t ,- , X . . -. . ,,, . .A , .naw .,- 1 -,f ,., . WMM 7 ,-,..v,,s 1 nl -- we w 'FW 'f f 2 'W V 1 - ffff' t . iw- wiv 4'5'95lf"'5"? Q , -no Jpxiet 5'11':w,+, , Qffafffe-'M:f:,ffe153lltY?'?fE"" ' . , , N ' "ff 531, '-5-32-i'r,1,f,.'h' rfg:4w3r?'f"1'4 'C V '. , 3:51-5, ' ,H ' " . 'nh 5 . . , . ' '- W --.'. " .... - -R '. 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"i'm as red as the carpet on the library floor." this year's in- vasion ofthe miracle strip on panama city beach began may 3 and ended on may 5 with swimming, drinking, and other scandalous events occuring at the same time. a yearly phe- nomenon at vsc, beach trip is designed to relieve pressures brought on by a year of constant l?2 studying. in this respect beach trip was success- ful as relieved bodies were found sprawled on the beaches, in beds, and on floors. if their sun- burned bodies could move, the students could dance at night to the sounds of the jets or the cumbuss brothers. planning for beach trip began early spring quarter: "where's the cheapest place to get beer?" "who can i stay with?" "it doesn't matter, you'll be passed out anyway." for two weeks before beach trip it was the dominant topic in any gathering of stu- dents. as a matter of fact, some students left a week in advance. 6 1, .Balls W XFW "'-Q ,....,.--' ,VL 3 S- Q el 'Z -if-:Q ' A QL ,-v- -- EQ itll: - i if 1 151 in , Z 1" l?551':a Lf. 'P fl J ' 22? T335 J:-Eikglffxii " 'gy in ' ., 5,3-g,b,hgg,f5f,pX,g-Q 5: 44v+1g.ru.agygiQ .kg--f.1g5,.-25,5 ,-'1'.t,'. .I Zgkgggs.. 5, . v ,x fy: egg 'A .,:-2 .:,g.1Q:xf'xAi3 ,fgpifie , 1.4 V j':'f1-3-If Q . 5 R , . w,,f'4'1-s,4s,fgxn A -P , ,. 4.., ,V,., 4L,,..f:,. ,nf .va 2234 v we if f ai'- a .1 v O . . 'I F ,ll , . b '. , JT, Simi he w -Agn if 'va N .gf Lvzk- +2 1... . V ,w,.j,f. ,fr-. - Y " 413 igtyva 41 Y Qi V' 1 ., . Q r F if Ill rf 'Eh i A . Y I 1' X QP!! 44. 5 41 l f F5 - ,af 'Ng 1 Q 4, Wm " 9 ff YR 'S A4 ' X VQ - Kx ,J 2 . f 3 , , A , 'Ep' 5 i E 5 - I 'fff,Ef1'z " l if 2 5 3 If f 5 3 ' 'il 'J f ? ,Q A 1 sw Ig ., 41" B' ,,. Vw , , ,K .,,. 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"from the beginning to the end of my performance, i felt as if i were in a dream world, i felt enclosed and surrounded by a feeling i had so often dreamed of. my very soul went into my singing and per- haps it was my soul that benefited the most. the tear filled eyes, the smiling faces, the trance-like looks, all accentuated the climax that was building within me as i paid a tribute to billie holiday and diana ross. the effort that i put into the tribute was done for v.s.c.g the feeling of excitement and warmth that i received came from v.s.c. as i, skip mcdonald, characterized billie holiday, i experienced the most unforgettable time of my life." skip 14 uf: 3 Q iN str' l , 'VXA X v . i,l -Q fl' I gli. .' i s NV L x, U A. ? , ' .bf 5 I 43" j 1 I ., ,gl xrdi 1 Ein 4 l ' ' 'Q X f ft kg? 1 'ln-. , u,5 4' A 10 x4 4 Q Q. lg.. ,Q 4 1 54 . fe' + LLQ E, F 'gg ' f - " ..f ,uf ai 5 xv ., Q ' .v .+R i .. -kxxxx I 1.4 . 1 1 1 ' f ,:w, 5' s f 'I M 1 J: ' l :far 4. - ' I i 1 ' 1 fm , W , fr , ' 1 4,5 If l f gf' L ir YJ 1 X j I if A gi' " Q 1 .v. 5 I I fi , ii fl L " ,sf "Q, 31N fm Lip, . 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" 7?f3v.1:,"Z 45- , ,mfg . 5 1 X 'Q in v.-.... , Nm., 4' Syd X f Akai' 35 , ' -- 129 - ' ,. fi' 'ff '1 Q ' W Q .mv- ff' K be J' if 5 2 3 5 ? 5 3 Q 2 9 Hb: 'WA Vik I now, we are living out our lives in a corner trying to console our- selves with the useless excuse that intelligent people can turn them- selves into anything, but only fools can make anything they want out of themselves. W1 5, X J- , as - Y li 4' 0- fi 5 X ff: J! aah Q" X 1-....,,,,.Q -5 ,Egg M ii ff , Q . 1.6, rn V . ff 1, , ff- '4 'N . " - SN '5 ,,. af, ,, ,.,,. . 4 fy-b mf M . Nw .qw . -.,.- I- ":,"'f -J ,, 9 . 4, I M u v 4 kr fiplf 'fi , .Q avi 1 , 'J,,4p-vw" 5 X -. ri ? Y -h-at , -o '-' t .a--W ,- -0, Qi..-4 uf S 5,5 .inf lv ', AR P. ' bn. 1 .A J I I A . An .ming 3-vw ul... vuuasb. -. .V , . X. .. -,., 5 'N Ayr Q A301 X 'Wy- .i-Nh,-gg' ' v1K'1 N -is 0 --v" 'f-s..,., . I I i evacuation although there were not as many as last year, fire drills still proved to be a pain in the neck. this year, however, several of the fire alarms were necessary as three trash cans were set on fire in brown hall and an explosive device was set off in a bathroom in lowndes hall. 4-13" ""77WF'!":z P Q? ,IV -.X ..-of 1 Q!! Y! eww-A - Az-any 5 F' Zi gel I 'i ning- 3 HHH! AN? km, Ll-ih.L.:Hi.Wi1Qvh gc 53 3 lb? 'V' f - M- .. , H E V cwest 32 foreign students Punk Y' g- , H H xgwg b.,' , xzffqn SNK- C Q u . fl.. ,, Q A .. 4 ,fr .0 " yr. VVV' X s to many valdostons such places as atlanta, jacksonville or talahassee are far away, so it is easy to imagine what they think when a vsc stu- dent tells them he is from costa rica, venezuela, hong kong, india, or cameroon. although they sometimes have trouble adjusting to the american lifestyle, foreign students usually thrive here at vscr one can only hope they do not go back to their native countries and say "howdy ya'll." 33 ad frustration I IQ' 'UW PAT ROL cusnh - 066A CGLAMICE Q! 3 Y 'f,a:s "ks x 9 Hap! X , 1 A A 1 'RI 5. I 5 I 1 K 5 A "l, ,Y Qlwlmi. . lythnlnidpi A 'lllghbitnllhhiii ,z ,z,, neon llggfgililif gtiyutrlr aefiw wyw, in . aims: Tf L V 'sf 'vu' Y, iq' it - ima, . . iiffifl' 'Kal' 05x 1 'I r EW..- Q 'r 43648- I! L- there is little use in devising a system of thought about the nature of the trap if the only thing to do in order to get out of the trap is to find the exit. we've been squeezed between the demands of classroom and friends, flattened by the constant burden of things to do and, in sum, shaped by the pressures of our time. now we feel this pressure from our environment. it could be shrinking whether we care to admit it or not, 35 'ai -greek week li Q 1974's greek week started off with a new event- a bi- cycle race between the fraternities which was won by kappa alpha. alpha xi delta peddled past the other so- rorities to win the tricycle race. the greek's project took them to westside training center where they played with mentally retarded and underprivileged children. this was a rewarding experience for both the greeks and the children. then, the delta chi's took a big lead to win the annual chariot race. the next night mixed fraternity and soror- ity teams competed in a volleyball tournament. the fraternities participated in a round-robin softball tournament of which the victors were the tau kappa epsilon's. the greek dinner was a total success leaving the attendants full of fried chicken, potato salad, and all the southern trimmings. the following saturday the successful greek olympics were held. this year tproved to be the best ever. scholastic trophies were won by the phi mu's. two active greeks won the greek god and goddess. ted nelson secured the title of greek god and ann riddle, greek goddess. 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Z 55,5 , H" f J , A h .eff - , ' if , 7 ' 2 I .. l ri and flu., 4-ill ' QQ' 4- graduation ranging from age 20 to 70, the 1974 vsc grad- uating class was the largest in the school's history. this speaks well for the ole alma mater since many other colleges and universities have had a decrease in graduates as well as enrollment over the past few years. president henry king stanford of the university of miami was the eminent speaker of vsc's 60th graduation ceremony. commenting on such topics as politics and morality, dr. stanford proved to be an excellent choice on the com- mencement address. he won special approval from the graduates for speaking expertly and ex- plictly without talking for hours as so many speakers do. ' mam- ra, -G 6.9 'Q 40 'Q tm,-fqZX",7,,, . W h Zwilrm-M, G to sum up four years of "hard labor" is not easily done but perhaps one graduating senior expressed it best when he said "thank god it's over!" . at 4 Zag ,. so V-va, f, I sm, va 'Vw . ff. ,I . 1 4' d'T if 1 A , -"" Z 1 43 Z , 5 ' I ku Y , . gn, 4... rcwn -b-Vx - A If , 5. Q-'1RsA A x v A-i R451 'X H , J Q M , 4 ' f Y Z 'Pg I 'WEA , ffxi Qi? 1 5 7 ' K 'gifs' -kaliq 4. 217: ,A A ' ,Qi W 4, '1 - ' H' xx , 7 f',,A , xl u 3 , ' , 5 Hai f , ' ' A E K ' , 7' W ' S : ' I 4 ,, , . M ' . ! . N I " - I 1 1 ' .6 34 'N ff A ,, Z4 PM ,A A K , -1--A nv' . f Y ,Q ' f 1 agji ca, M 4-4 '.: JA nl. , gf, ,jpg 1 '-'1 at . RW f nxt. A I -13 -. .5641 Sw'-X' .3."v . .. -131' 4 iv , fi 4 f 0 I I X v 'sqj' I .,. 573, A U .Esau . 1 Q, 6531" 7lfg"Er5kf.+,y ' at h S .lui 'I .lk . an hh.. 5 ,":."::',' L5 ' 1 ri: 5 '71 rf. E Q '-0 f-4 - r .fb IEXACO A-R. ,, . 44? it 1 . .h . if t t Eg , , X 1 ' 1 Q ., g g l '1-.' . ' "f , .A if ' S ' wk E '- . x I-ua , ff, W - xqa 1 -'1 l X SM.. 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X' t, ly x, lg! 5 " seq lr Il homecoming is always a good time to look back. for alumni returning to v.s.c. memories of hell- raising and studying are revived. for those stu- dents here now, a talk with alumni can reveal many new ideas of successful college living, what teachers to avoid, new ways of locking people in their rooms, and how to get good grades while studying little. this year's homecoming queen, skip mcdonald, was crowned at the marshall tucker concert. her court consisted of carolyn mathis, loretta gillis, anne riddle, and sue link. events occuring during the weekend included a concert by the marshall tucker band, a homecoming parade on saturday afternoon, and a thrilling basketball game in which the blazers defeated the west georgia braves 92-87. s 3, 45 sr A JW!-N. lx, .,4i 'ln x.. - .O S .:. l .1 1 0.4 s 1... Q "1 's'u. .t. s s 1 n,'. 0 v l "gm, 1 lf!! my happy hour some students thunk they can go to the long branch at sux come back at seven and wake up at nrne and study but somehow they usually end up at the great escape at seven and the kung of the road at nrne the purpose of happy hour us to re lleve tensron after a long days work at vsc thus Il rs a popular past tnme of many vsc students most students wall thunk of any excuse to go passlng a test faulung a test wrnnrng a game los Ing a game but perhaps the best reason ns as one gurl states Il s tues ay' N.-d -I Q xy! 'x D ,i ' I -9 1' 3 fa at 'i' 'lu.,,,,,,, ,- 47 library if you are not disturbed by the burst of laugh- ter from the "soundproof" study rooms or the affectionate couple in the corner, then the library is a great place to study. for the guys who go there to look at the magazines and girls, the college has gracious- ly provided the atmosphere. comfortable chairs are available to sit or sleep in but not for those conscientious students who go there to studyg they usually end up sitting in the hard wooden chairs because all of the soft ones are taken by sleeping girl-watchers. ,, . ,,, 3 , - f , I ff, f , , ., ,.. , fc ,, 48 P 'E ,'!..J. -AJ' 'ii ,gf-L married students being a married student has several advantagesg you don't have to worry about finding a date on friday night, you do not have to eat in the cafeteria, and there's always someone to come home to after a hard day's work in the classroom. s ,Ji I 61 .. f , ' f Q, parties - las vegas night black jack, poker, and a group called sugar cane were the hits of las vegas night. though the money used wasn't the real thing, the prizes auctioned off at the end of the evening were. most of the guys en- joyed the night simply because it gave them practice for the real game at 12:00 a.m. "'1L'n-k- - f Q - in , '- , ,Mis 4957-61 , . , . 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'ff 1: , ,Q .E Fira fx, 1 1, . f f s- 4- ,V cf' 'W Y K A , 5 s' -,x .f' I 4' a ,f 5 ,fn s there is no such thing as a general party except in military termi- nology. most vsc parties are special. they involve no elaborate invi- tations or special attire. normally, one would receive an invitation to a vsc party through a dorm window, from a passing car, or from a loud blast by a friend half-way across campus enroute to class. upon arrival at said party, there are friends, acquaintances, and maybe some enemies. the thing to remember is that almost everyone has a good time. and then there's ye olde beach trip, commonly known as the party of the year. 53 plays "tartuffe" is the story of how one man, tartuffe, conned his way into dominating a family. set in paris during the reign of louis xiv, this was one of moliere's best plays. vividly recreated through authentic costuming and excellent produc- tion, the play was well received by capacity audiences each night it was presented. 5 egwfewfgw . 3 N 1 Q ,, .get wwf l ., -gzgqff Ms- .1 any H: -w.',g33 ' Ziyi? as- ..f, ' ,,, ,V , ,,. . 'ff' ' , T N. v 1 3 u. 5 . 3 ,A-J L.. Q . . if . 1 , 2 . 1 4 Q ? 1 'f X Q? :A r f .J 44, ri 5 5 'Y gf, 5, 1 , I F If 'v rf! 4 g iihzv, - fl ? ,,,,,, .Lf , . N- 2 " a ,""',,, ' X 'W r I 5 , f one ofthe most unusual plays ever presented at vsc, ionesco's "exit the king", was marked by superb acting and high quality set design. although the basic theme of the play may have been difficult to comprehend, it still proved to be a highly entertaining play. S if: .1 3 , . YI- , , , in K ., Y Q if X Q, . V. .... f 5 A 3 , X s S22 -its 'tau sg, sg. 'li 'hs it it it f f ..,JT:' r JESS. 1 Q25 Hgh . 1-a4..E.xSQ ei I K- ' Q 5 ,.. -.. L""-is N t A s- 58 set on the last day of summer, picnic is the story of broken romances, reunited lovers and an over protective parent. as is usual with v.s.c. production, outstand- ing acting and directing made the play come to life. L... MA X 'Q- I ,, ZW , - .yjzi QV? gif, 5, W .Z Mm' ...- I 'QV' ini.. Q Y mx! vt? gg Qui H .MVK fl If Q , ,Q registration registration can be the most frustrating experience for a vsc student. everyone gets up early in order to sneak in as soon as possible. a student's creat- ivity is tested bythe many ways he will attempt to sneak in. this objective is made easier by the fact that most of the checkers at the door don't care one way or the other. if a student is lucky enough to register early, he usually finds that the course he wants is closed temporarily for stu- dents registering later. when he comes back later to get that course, he finds that it has been closed since early that morning. oh well, there's always drop-add. 1 f x. 0 .9 ' 'A "2 .. 3 ,, . . Q. 'IAN -, I r gp M . S. 4 -1 W . J., A. y .1 - - 60 lf' -.-1 sl t .. : af' "mu Lf F ' '-38 if X11 ' ix hh' spring quarter 5, .Lx Y! it's a funny thing about spring - when that time of the year comes around, you see things in a soothing easygoing light. all of a sudden the world is stripped of its dirty grey shrouds and becomes one big barrel of laughsg though special in nature, bathed in a brilliant bundle of sparkling colors that hit you like a heatwave. nothing leaves you Cold anymore, there's a humorous note and a great meaning in the least little thing, the twitch of Q somebody's little finger, that drowning sen- sation when you fall into the pool or the Click ofa beer glass. Sl""' l 'ww as tam .1 'Q 1-F 1 'ffl-a-, ' V - 'QAX i v'-iyrigliik Yfji ' -v", KVJV 5 L'.I",'.'1.f 'Y L V- l ag.-ps-ghf.1 ,:""'A.' 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I IFJ' . :VY Sm. w 67 i,f 1 spring frolics featuring such contests as a balloon race, changing clothes in a sleeping bag and finding pennies in the swimming pool, tke again sponsored the competitive and sometimes violent spring frolics for the campus sororities. the frolics were high- lighted by the miss legs contest and an egg on the head contest. zeta tau alpha was named the champion of this year's frolics. 'ul f E P I Vv 7 'Y ' is F: -f 1 'ht ix " . -t .x ' Q, n 5 3 1- g L 1 klsln' . ' N 4 U K fi -'I' Y llqg r t 1 if 1 ls. 1 I by Y 1 I LEW wi 1 1 8 'll W 'Avy l 1 4 K , ' :af f ' , , f fl , , 1 ,, 1 f' A Q , f r Z . u ' , ,, .. r -- 44 3 ' I -LL f'2"f sag' ttf, . Jr! 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' everything you ve always wanted to know about anything, but were not excused from class for covering everything from donald duck to the personality of richard nixon seminars week proved to be an enlightening experience for students faculty and the many valdosta residents who attended. for the third consecutive year seminars week expanded its program with a horror film festival running concurrently to the weeks activities. the topics of watergate and the energy crisis received much attention with panel discussions on the energy crisis being conducted by various members of the science de- partments watergate impeachment and the general condition of the government were discussed by members of the political science and history departments. if you weren t bugged about watergate and the energy crisis, seminars were available on many other topics ranging from exotic dancers to bull fights and adolph hntler. with the experience of three seminars weeks behind them, the seminars week committee is looking forward to an even better program in future years. 71 4 'fig Jul UM: D fin 1 Olin! Nav info 4040 J' I' , Wa ,PW M .5 ...fr "Wm , - 5 4' " ,lf ,, . PN' 15 'si' f -qw. A . V- 1 .ff , '. , f, gk, lr. h A Q I I .A r f, ,I 'I If-'4 W 'S 1 Zig" 'vi' in -fa ITN. .Qif,-,fy I V A.,v5.l'7 fffffii? f?,1'fg'.'1 649- 'Vg an -J m x 2 R' I qv -ff? - ' fel? v Q, speakers 1 this year vsc was fortunate to have several nationally P' known figures speak here. paul harvey was by far the most prominent speaker to appear drawing an over- , , ' fl d if it d d' ' h ow crow at w ite ea au itorium. ot er speakers , as included poetsjohn ciardi and john beecher, historian f ' ' " bell wiley and congressman dawson mathis. '- . elyflw' L L1 A 41 just as volkswagens and ma belI's booths got their share of college students endeavor- ing to set records for occupancy, so did college campuses get their share of streakers. v.s.c. was no exception. there weren't many innovations, though many tried and failed. some chickened out and some went all the way. it's just a shame that the "spectators" who hollered "shameful and disgusting" played "see no evil' with holes in their hands. funny, ain't it? :I ,F-Q , Q' 1, ', Q ,rl V, xv, ,ti 1-,lrpiiy Sly V 2 1 ,,, , Q at --in it., 1 1' if viii " "fi v atv 4. 'e .1225 f a.r"fMl" . s ,,..... - 3 d...-1--,...-nc'!I' i L 'fn . G A .f--.. -xi. is 76 Aa ne. I .xuqo 5 '.q'f1-QQ Nl? - 'g' if eff al gr ik ? A1 , , ' if 'J FY nf ' Jivvffaw- Z3 XX g x ' Moa , 5 Q X, 9,4 --'x fx x me 5 'YXQX x 'N 5 I K 5 h A . K ' ff" IQ, ,ln 7 .i ful, ,,,, 1 Ai-so-:gn 1 W 1 ' , s f 1'?'fk'1i f rf. sf' xr, r f' KIQ x 1 I1 rf 'L W I UFIIOD i ,J'T,S ty fi lil gfii aiijgitqtx if " ,i E the one building that all students on campus can identify with is the college union. everybody who's anybody goes to the union at least once a day, either to check the mail or get swindled at the bookstore. a few fools even work there since the s.g.a., pine cone, and spectator have their offices in the building. the second floor of the union could be described as an important part of the campus that 500!0 of the students never heard of, 250f0 would like to get rid of, 20'Vo are afraid of, and Sofo wish they never heard of lthat's us!! 78 .14 as M 4 il? Av? + .5 l I 4 .Mc ,4 li rw ., .a 9 . 5,1 4 '15, "wr W 'S ,sv A ,"'..'Z.'- . 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X ' i.. . . 1 -F ' . .1 Y ' G A... 1 ' Q li don giles has served as president of ,, the inter-fraternity council as well as delta chi fraternity. he was also a 5 member of omicron delta kappa if men's honorary society and had the V r. distinction of being the only student to have served on the modular plan- ning task force. tif 4 i . nv 5 v in addition to being named as a president's freshman scholar, judith brooks has served as president of sigma alpha chi honor society. judith 3 has also been active in the music l Q educators national conference, car- X dinal key and the vsc concert choir. 1 A v.,,, I '44 " iff? rx ' '5 1 r , Z A f E F..nl... fl if I 2 5 Q Y 82 , ,fi . ips K ef ' v 4 3 2 r V' 2158: liz, ' in- s-L.. .ob 5-l M -4 2 4 1-Jsvvf while still finding time to be on the academic dean's list, mike chason has been an active member of the s.g.a. and delta chi fraternity. mike served the s.g.a. as a senator and president of the senate onbudsmen committee. in addition he has served as secretary of the communica- tions board, and student representative to division of arts and sciences executive committee. in delta chi, mike was recording secretary and participated in several intramural sports. j.j. birch has been an active member of alpha xi delta sorority having earned such recognitions as the pledge scholarship award, most enthusiastic sister and the ideal sister awards. she has held the offices of president and vice president of alphaxias well as panhellenic president. j.j. has also been a sponsor ofsae and pi kappa phi, a member of the spectator staff, the s.g.a. president's cabinet, cardinal key, cub college bowl, s.g.a. alumnae committee and the art students league. ' 83 as editor of the pine cone for the past three years, sharon smith has spent many sleeplegg nights trying to meet dead- lines. in spite of her work as editor, sharon has found the time to participate on the communications board, the sga presidents cabinet, and the student affairs committee. sharon was also a member of sigma alpha chi, cardinal key' and alpha epsilon alpha honorary accounting fraternity. sharon is also an sae little sister. 17 , at hi' ' 'inf A, 'Q ,sig F2 . fi , I f .....'i?g X nfirib ' QS Q? as a poet ed jones may be infamous, but as a member of the air force rotc and tau 5 y sl K 11"- "g' A' vgr y .4 Y V sf ' Qi ' f"f i" ' s y Q, x is Q Xbia ' y I 4 Q limi? 3 ' i . , . , . S 5 4 kappa epsilon,ed has made significantcontributionsto y'sc.aformer cadet com- .-fs.. 9 . . , . . . ,4 ' i' manderotthe afrotc atysc,ed seryed as operations ofticertorthe arnold air society' :gg 4 and has graduated from the flight instruction program. in addition to being pledge Q,-fr' L 1 trainer,ed has seryed on seyeralcommitteesfortl-ce and has also been named ,Il ztasyyeetheartforl972 and 1973. he has seryed asastaff member ofthe goyer- N f. if .sf Q' nor's honors program during 1973-74. " 9:1 r ' , , .f,,v,y5Q -- It - A .1 . 1 ' .g s N ' "" - . - ..-,,,: -- - .k V ' , -4 S4 ,FJ-,l-.1 i X . . ' S- lf. -' . , 1' Q 'L' vt - x l ' 'T-' . , , if-"r 15. ' 1 " A t., w"y:-1-isa, vi- I! .7 at T '.lf'.iEi a former president of the sga, neil joiner is a member of omicron delta kappa honor society s ,F 43,3-Q-A., and delta chifraternity. asa member otdelta chi 'Sp bLfQ,'I.Ep., " he was named outstanding pledge, sophomore if 'iff-Qg',.I5'X scholar and chapter president. neil was also by 1 D- , named mr. vsc for 1970-71. 4 ,.-"" A Q ' -. if 'y I l' I . 7 M? - . ' gig' si W - it , ei.. XQQQS5 'Zgfff X .l 1 .539-' .4 Q 7 I' a recipient of the marga award in junior college, diane langely has been active in the student nurses association of georgia, serv- ing as president during 1973-74. diane is a member of sigma alpha chi, cardinal key, and angel flight. she has served on the presi- dents cabinet, the nursing curriculum committee, the wh0'5 who nomination committee, and the academic honors committee. for the past two years diane has been chairman ofthe highly suc- cessful seminars week program. 85 tommy whiddon has served as president of omicron delta kappa, a men's honorary society, and was a member of the v.s.c. seranaders, and phi mu alpha sinfonia. -,ly xv A 3 Q' Xe-4 0 '- -5 , .. 4: l x X11 -' T. 1 I as 4 f 1 . ng Q bernie zerblis was a member of kappa delta sorority and the student nurses association. she has served the panhellenic council as president, vice president and secretary in addition to working for the college union board. 86 ,iff 'C f . 1147! MQ, T' if. - an ,pf W 0 J' gk 'Q 4 an active member of delta chi fraternity and the s.g.a., ed yates has been listed in the who's vvho among greek fraternities and sororities. as a member of the s.g.a, ed has served in the student 1 as the sophomore men's repre- sentative, the senate whip and the senate president. he has also served as president and vice pres- ident of the s.g.a., chairman of the college communications board and vice chairman of the student advisory council of the university system board of re- gents. ' tc :aa i if rf .-PL' Ah' ,. , fl' ff ---.. . - X 'J ' "l "H l 4 ' C 'K '.'fv-'R " Qffm, ' X 1111, ,.fif'f?'i covering the campus like concrete, clint nicely has served as edi- tor, associate editor and business manager of vsc's weekly paper, the speckled tater. clint has also been active in the publication of the student handbook and the literary arts magazine. he was a member of the s.g.a, sigma alpha chi, food services, student affairs, and orientation committees as well as being on the com- munications board andthe student judiciary. clint has also served as the coordinator of the campus foundation drive. 87 missjenn nadack 3 ' 1' 1 'gf .-4.7174 s ff - ,Si-, .',,- fr, --f --- 1F Aff, N 'g z-Qfilm, .v,?ff:'1'i 74,4 3 .-JA ',4,1fc..A.-fy V . 1 1 si .gags iwgwg,-gifgrfrs.,341.5,3,,ff2M:J' , K 'f.fVwfn,::f?.g, Q ' Y Y' V 5- 1 Y, A 3, J 7 aw . . M A.,, X M, . W .. ,,., W., , , , x. f MM ,,,,, ,S . L N W' , '. . Q fw - 'Pfs' :I - 'Z " 88 A cum 42,5-if-10' ' ' 'S :lldj J ANI Q lem PM gin! fy 2 I 1 r fx I , I N? 2 -'I af? A . L ffifhz-fr 7 'I mix' --Q ' , I , jv 4 A .iff wr 1 Ji f'F7"" nf 1 .15 ff 'V "'1r'f'Q .L 15.5 ,. As x. 1' ,gt fig ':i Aga, if' E I- J , Q. ' s - , I , - 1..,' -w. . 1274 '-, "wr u'- -, . xv ,- -2 ,. ., 10 ""j-5 ug, . ' YN Vx "s 'xi -vm.. If H . J - f if 3 jenni nadack - miss january ann riddle - miss february caroline dame - miss march patti sweeney - miss april Carolyn mathis - miss may jerre baker - miss june norma Cooke - miss july jean davis - miss august lourdes de Castillo -- miss september lou ann domingos - miss october lauren lapradd - miss november joy ross - miss december 89 aw " ' 1 1.M..,jl' 90 luv I ww miss ann price Q7 W 'W 'f ' an , . LM J " v V422 f Q... ,,,- i H, F I , 5 f Dis .P4 vu .dnl iii if L 4M,g miss vsc: ann price 'lst runner-up: martha lou wilson 2nd runner-up: phyllis powell queen: skip mcdonald court: ann riddle sue link loretta gillis Carolyn mathis 1 gl ' if 9 Lf' the purpose of honors day is to give recognition to the achievements of top v.s.c. students. it is easy to tell that honors day is something special on cam- pus: what other time do you see girls wearing white dresses or faculty in their long robes and hats? the major awards given on honors day are the annie powe hopper award and the marga and mac awards. the most prestigious award given at v.s.c. is the annie powe hopper award. the 1973-74 winner, clint nicely, of lyndhurst, va. exemplifies the traditions and traits associated with the memory of annie powe hopper: high academic standards, dignity, and determination. the marga and mac awards are given by sigma alpha chi to the outstanding men and women in the junior and senior college. recipients must have demonstrated academic superiority as well as out- standing leadership in campus activities. the junior college winners were: marga - kathy kemphg mac - robert goette and herbert mcleod. senior col- lege winners were: marga - elaine cagle and mac - Clint nicely. 94 htwmmw my N., .Y M, M' 4 vu, Mg, .' bm: UMW' Sr 8 :IQ ini 4' R -mf 'Wai I 1 -w 'Gig f ' . 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' ' 7 .H fl , - 1 y 'A 7 8 ' 1 NX., -AL. 0 valdosta state's second year of cross country competition produced a marked improvement over their initial 1972 campaign. this season the blazers logged an 11-20 chart, compared to the 10-27 record of a year ago. the harriers grabbed two impressive trophies, as they finished second in both the naia district 25 meet and in the initial south atlantic conference championship. vsc also competed in the florida state, west georgia, callaway gardens, georgia southwestern and mercer invitational meets. the veteran ray sumner, out of norman park, was the blazer's top performer, as he gained both all-naia district 25, and all-south atlantic conference honors, taking 8th and 4th places, respectively. two newcomers, tifton's j.d. goff and east gary, indiana native mickey sohovich, were also top performers. goff was named all-sac with an 8th place finish in the conference meet, while sohovich grab- bed 9th in the district, and an 8th in the loop meet, to be named to both prestigious teams. local runner rusty jones, bill petty from grove city, ohio, and gordon mushtare from st. regis falls, new york, formed a young nucleus for the '73 squad. petty, a scholarship base- ball player with no previous experience, especially added vital mid-season strength. 100 v,v -- .gf tififwx' K. . rw , V. - qu--3. 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'f . -.-'- v 'X 5 ff . 4 vi 'r , .. v ,, A L sr f'X main' lax r haake hall - x HW 1 lv the 1973-74 edition of blazer basket- ball was marked by determined play on the part of a team hampered with injuries to key players and the loss, for various other reasons, of several of last year's starters. in spite of these handicaps the blazers finished with an overall 15-11 record and a 6-4 confer- ence record which earned them sec- ond place inthe south atlantic con- ference. coached by james dominey and don veal, the blazers fielded an eight or nine man team against bigger squads with taller players. don reason was the team's leading scorer and rebounder. other players on the team included tiny hodge, donnie wisenbaker, larry miller, dave barnett, mike clyde, bob donohoe, ralph burke and jim springfield. the vsc blazers scored an average of 80.8 points per game while allowing their opponents an average of 79.4 points per game. 103 104 , 1 ! V M- '. 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V -1 ,.,, .., .,..,M.,, ' wr - - ' 4 ' ' ..-1" the highlight of the year for the blazers was winning the citrus in- vitational tournament champion- ship. the tournament was hosted by florida southern at lakeland, florida on january 11-12. in a thrilling 4- overtime game in the opening round of the tournament, the blaz- ers defeated madison college of virginia 91-89. the next night the blazers defeated florida southern 81-79 to take the tournament crown. a school rebound record was set by tiny hodge when he pulled down 25 against madison. 1 Q--' iQ 1- one of the most unappreciated groups on campus, the blazer cheerleaders begin their prepara- tion for the winter season in the early spring. the select few should be commended for helping make the name blazer a well respect- jhr irlaalrrl ed title. 110 11 JN LY IN L ...r.,.., .,,. WWW, - w.- ww-.' 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V -Q' - af i Us - BX t coach lee hansen's tennis team finished third in the south at- lantic conference. the team participated in the naia district 25 tournament may 10-11 and in the south atlantic confer- ence on may 13-14. members of the team are mike hammer, jim sweat, ted nelson, will walker, tom wilbanks and bridget hansen. 113 Al,-.I grill is for the first time in vsc history a vsc golfer was the medalist winner at the district 25 n,a.i.a. championship tournament, david spurgeon accomplished this feat and led the team to a second- place finish at the district championship. other members of the team were coach william grant, jeff austin, mike cannon, gary soldatis, and tom weik. the vsc team played its home matches at the valdosta country club and participated in matches at colum- bus, macon, and savannah. the team is shown here returning from aberdeen, south dakota where they represented vsc and the 25th district in the n.a.i.a. na- tional tournament. 114 -.M ww f 1: 1 -,ff ,. 4 . li"' N. 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' F though not quite the match for the u.g.a. bulldogs, the 12 teams which competed for the intramural football championship provided vsc with hearty competition for the 1973 season. after many sched- uled games and playoffs, the romans and the pi kapp's emerged as the independent and greek winners. class attendance diminished as' half the school turned out for the final championship game on front campus. the crowd joined the teams in the age-old rivalry of greek versus independents as the game moved into a heated overtime. though not necessarily a victory of independents over greeks, the romans were victorious with a score of 22-20 to claim the 1973 football championship. 8'-' , K, H' - 4135 61: , ,H .- , .H A N , t 1 . aifEg:,:'Sdf.3,' '.x , ., f , '-'glam' Y ' ' Y, S, is wg Arm 55 A.: , V iigas-'M' 1 In ,' ' N -'... 41. .L fr 'Kg ' ..- .u ...Siu 42 x,-"Ni, ,Q-,f , W' in I K YN if Q --'gk " -ni L. -""' , it I 1.2! 1 128 ' S "'r4',,s, 1 .W f' 'ni N5-Sa 511 -' - l HD T9 J'-gf 'Nt x... 0. , J 5 . ,, 5 with their golden locks held by the trusty ole rubber band, many vsc women proved their stamina when the bas- ketball season began. though there were many above average teams such as maffit's muffits, phi mu's, and alpha delta pi's, two teams stood high above the others, for the season soon turned into a test of the quick- ness of the bsl against the height of j.t. 81 co. an evenly matched championship game finally brought the duel to an end as the speed of the bsl over- came j.t. 84 co. in a 33- 27 victory. ginlsw Umskghbmll 'Qu '5- ,sint Q is J' , C: ff, 7272. 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Q , S, Avay- ,PC .1 ,A strong defense and solid hit- ting again highlighted the boys' softball season. the ro- mans, winners of the indepen- dent league had to wait for the outcome of a three game playoff between tke and delta chi for the fraternity league championship. the tkes and romans, two hard- hitting and well matched teams, met in the champion- ship series in which tke claim- ed the overall title as they de- feated the romans in two games. M bmw wmlllylmll if ' , V SBD-L WIN r Q5 -.....,,, if ,ZX ,V-l,.I ,,.,, 1 4 A ' . .,, . Maw, ,,,, 7 ' .. ,Awww , f'-,f"f""' -...... ,94- . V r -w...,-,..N, the boys volleyball season ended in a three way tie for 1st place in the fraternity league between ka, delta chi and tke, from which tke emerged as the champions. having won the fraternity league the tke's earned the right to play wesley foundation, winners of the independent league. the tke's won this match by a three games to one score to take the overall crown. Sit' l X 1 , i w JM E QW gnaeks ami gnmmmm i 141 i. f. c. john ricketson - president walter peacock - v. president nicky tampas - treasurer bob hendrix - secretary jeff bransford henry davis bob hagan steve Cunningham jim travis Carroll hightower john glisson joey shepard steve maffett james rennew billy waters david evans ,aku-in ,ff ' , . 1 v 1 - ' sails is if up 1 . l.', of .4 N . he x j , .. f ., 'vt ,.s. fs I -. 6 mi, S , U' I .Lf my if. .iii , L l 'N sf QF l 4 E 41 , x ,YN 2 if'-'ggv I 6 KE Iv 'Y , f.. "Knife is lt n X 'SW' 5 'Lb' I 4 'ks , f, was-, f- , X f 43,52 1 ' Q gs S aliillwm panhellenic nanci dross - president lila gammage - v. president kay uliano - treasurer vicky gentry - secretary patti reese publicity Vickie bruton lynn causey beth mcclain barbara welling renee smith lisa stone debbie ford lynette herring charlotte crew kathy gobler I'q 'N f 1 ll 'Iz- ,K ., ... ..,'O l 143 ,- 4' b A- members: Christi bachara susan bolen kay bond fran bowen betty braswell susan Cahill beryl demille kay deming chris dimuzio terri dixon carol fleetwood valorie fluker debbie ford vicky gentry ruth griffis karol hendrix lynette herring pam hinson sydney hollis gayle hooker beth husky terri joiner pam kelly billie lang Cindee ledbetter anne lester miriam lester mary jane long maryellen majestic molly martin lawson may jani miller jane moore judy moore karen ormerod debbie phillips donna pitts phyllis powell Carol reddick becky russell amy ryle betty satterwhite Carolyn shenton laura spurlock beth strickland kathy sumner alice thorne sissy vann deborah willis babe samara angie hammock elaine varne Connie popwell .Y ,if ,. sb, I 51.1. , ef A' 1?lswfE'i aijvwi if l' if l K, 1' , f L C fix E lm dlelta pt alpha delta pl placed second ID greek olymprcs and sponsored the frrst runner up in the mass vsc conteSt the gurls raised moncy for tornado VICIIIUS colluted money for Cystrc fibrosis resetrch and partxclpated In sum ral otlur charitable drives. A X W- 'A ng-ws a plta Xl tlella mia anderson, susan barrett, linda bennion, sharon bennion, j.j. birch, robin birch, kay bittick, barbara boyd, linda brown, cathie bullard, Corrie burroughs, caroline dame, Claire deckbar, susan dixon, debbie garrett, cindy gee, jan george, barbara helm, ellen hjort, liz joiner, kathy kemph, pam langston, brenda leedy, alexia leslie, jeanne martin, laura massey, beth mcclain, debbie mcgowan, jenni mckeen, becky nor- man, susan north, wonnie overby, debbie palmer, nancy parker, terri poole, eloise pope, sheila powell, patti reese, lisa rush, jane smith, kathy smith, cindy stanton, patsy sutton, patti sweeney, ginny turner, suzanne walker, barbara Welling, Caron wells, melissa wigington, renee williams, nancy wise 146 Q :fix 9 .7 'Q 3 5 ,N ' L "4 . QI . af 1,l,,f U4 if 41 'q i, f. 1. ,. C. 1 - Q - the alpha xi's sponsored numerous events this year, including J a miss beautiful pageant and a cookout for each fraternity. other 24 s., Jw Q1 ttf 1 pai?-Jgf Y it 47' 1 0" ,M 1 children, and an easter egg hunt for deaf children as well as "adopting" a mexican child. I t H! v . 4 abtivities were the pink rose formal, a valentine party for migrant l. , ,. 1 ' f 1 - lei., lf .1 , ' 4 t 'H , 1 ,x L 3 H4 ' 'l 5 K ., A V- Q 5 . , A 'X I , 4 Q ' J"Yf I ,ax """""'+'0'wmn-... 5. - ti ... I E f le, I I ans- - U-I :L 2-,QA delta chi began the 1973-74 school year with the most success- ful rush in the chapter's history. during winter quarter the "green machine" won the fraternity league basketball championship and several brothers made who's who in american colleges and universities. spring quarter was highlighted by a successful soft- ball tournament, their white carnation formal and chi delphia initiation. fu X 9 4l""" ! 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"5-f5W"1" fx Q ,carl it 3 members include: Carroll hightower thomas pharis bob white neil joiner kenneth sidwell david r. johnson hassel yates, pres. gordy grull frank napoli leon Collins bob donohoe alan golden david gilbert david novak dan Chadwick mike Chason don giles phil alday david bullock dennis mills david spurgeon william thomas dennis kluball rick greene glenn robinson joseph durrance dan hunter kirk turner lewis hay donald whitman I has ray hamel luther shealy freddy norris Cecil barber brant waller james sledge thomas weik guy ervin david evans james roguenwore mordaunt bishop wallace herrington michael herrington michael cutchens jeff greenhalgh william oliver phillip smith tim golder nicky tampas, v,p. malcolm douglas burt holmes steve summer david roth william goodin roger reigner doug hagen daniel Coleman stewart borders robert daniel steven Corbett marcus richardson guy cox .xsf 149 '05 Y' 'bb' I ,lf 4 ,-. R .,. - Q jv- : ., 1, '-t -an Mba mia Aihiii El ,4- Q-5.17 having left their old house in search of a better one, the delta sigs spent a long year looking for a new one. Activities included the vsc book of records, junk sale and dis- trict wide delta sig Beach trip. the year also witnessed the formation of a 25 man alumni chapter. the chapter is look- ing forward to its sixth year on campus. If Ar' 4' I rr l Mat" :hevfiff 4'1" "4'9'A1..z '- Q.,w,ma:..1-,......., 3 1 ff-F . q 5 L. ' ' 4 25 1 Wm, tu. Tc N if 7 XL 1. V' -'X-s f' - benjie becton frank blair brian butler alan Carr willie clark ron collins bobby cooper mike ellerson merrill guice clint harris Curt jones steve mattett robert metsky jimmy miller mac moye bill postel bubba renew larry renew 'wfliqzezr ,I 1 ss bm ' y 'Z-,-,rv AQ. -L st mike sherrio mike strickland buddy shellie tommy whiddon officers: steve maffett - president robert rnetsky - v. president merrill guice- benji becton - clint harris - bill postel bobby cooper - 'fx ,, TT. O, I C' ' . - x 3 1 0. 'z'1b!I'f'3ZTv'4"" F . 4 ,Q if 9 .Q -. iff U 4 Jw 1 ' I i v ' SP4 .w ,Mn iwx 4h 5,4 s 4: 152 ,n . ,. ,-.- ' , g , x . members include: larkin wright, pres, marty lefiles, v.p. bill cowart kenny carswell tex hamm terry hiers billy waters jim greer bob hendrix david rozier mark johnson jock mobley pete repko donald davis dee smith harry evans dudley spruiel niles murray francis mccall jon jones jim hubbard bill ange bob hagan walterjones bo brown A fr. 9:55 r I richard liles jamie pitts paul fulghum scott riley frank jones john stump pete malares bill jones clay mosely b.b. shelander mike montgomery richard coleman larry williamson ernie stewart joe delany john garrett tommy land billy stokes marian benson sam curo jeff redden tommy hopkins buck hurd jim powell marcus mullis 353' H 1 '83 sidlll l a lldllld irdlerf ,J A ' a, c f it iwllllwlil ' ff . A "i . ff. , lil l 'W "W . i ,lk . s ' b b" ' c if' X, i A 1 ' ' ' ' V ' 1 W fig s' ,un v .-. "' 'KR viii .5251 ,t 4 xg' '59 www: N K ' 9? i I A i r, if-fi , delta rho chapter of kappa alpha order started off tthe year on a successful note by being recognized at their national con- vention as one of the top three chapters in the nation with the receipt of the j. edgar hoover award. throughout the year the ka's supported their national philanth- ropy, conducted numerous service pro- jects, and carried on southern traditions with the annual old south week. kappa del a .T X - 5.72512 H iii. dale adams, terry anderson, debra bamburg, biidget beisner, brenda belch, elaine bowen, debi boyd, wanda canady, catherine carter, marianne chastain, karen clark, nadra collins, paula cox, cindy crook, susan flanders, sally flautt, melly funderburk, carol garvey, loretta gillis, marie gillis, susan greene, susan gwin, meredith hamby, rhonda hefner, margaret hen- derson, jane horne, peggy horne, sue hutchinson, betty kenny, jayne langely, lauren lapradd, lynn len- hoff, renee mansour, elaine maxwell, pam maxwell, andie mcduffie, debi minchew, nedra new, Iynda newby, carol nicholson, pam potts, hanky prince, jean robbins, jennifer ross, claire shelton, renee smith, lisa stone, kay uliano, sabrina vickers, lee webster, betty west, susan wheeler, anne whitmer, becky williams, cindy williams, terriann wood, carolyn woosly, bernie zerblis a ,Z , 41 . f" A'1"f':5r,4e-92 .af 1 K0 E if i 3 3 Q, i l as se -- ' 1-f W-'rw' xv ITG 'as 41:17 'v"e--- ' 'Ub- i 'M P , C w 'tyre 45 in kappa delta sisters enjoyed many activities this year, including white rose week, a big halloween party, and parents' weekend. sisters were honored with such titles as miss congeniality in the miss vsc contest, most out- standing lady in panhellenic, tke calendar girl, and homecoming court. the girls sponsored several philanthropy projects also as they made puppets and toys, collected candy and easter baskets and played softball with children at hospitals and recreation centers here and out of town. 'Y ,. -fl 1- Ja- I tif Aa- f " A 6 1 ' 'im qw -R f ,Q D .Aff -.KA , ., 1 Z sf ' is X Ytcffeti I 4 4-,,,,,',, 't-randy, vs Vi in david alvarez trae bradfield john burroughs chris cleveland deke deloach wade george rick germano john glisson jimmy holt steve hudson barney king rick mallory bill maxwell harvey miller bobby moretz billy mortonson ted nelson walter peacock rusty peavy terry peters mike raynor chip sasser jerry saunders jay scoggins len wildes tom wiley pledges: leonard mcleod keith bennett larry turner advisors: ed sheeley jerry bishop fist, Q.,,j:"- ,W W e-:' fm: 'Q ., l' N A Tj , ,, ,4.f"l'5':'7jm "H" Lf:,.,'x1,'gQ,'ey,f ., " N ,gi-. ji.-JK , V . -E-'L ,.i,i'4:, Q, 4, Jfsw, V 5-: l, 1 f' '- ,T".j'wf:-f,.:.gf 1-fi aff - if ws f'-,r' ' 'sv a ' fr 'H l?'F'5:'-"1?.i'EZ 2 'g1?-Q5""-'5 Fqfsgw '-5 '- - "'?fEf-YW ,f -,mi ' ' 1 ' 42- f -ss, 5 Q f , -I W4 7 . V. 4 4 Jf' ' f,..,'f-V , 4 sary.. , 1-, , , f M2 . 'S x,-..g,,.,.1,:.- v -, f- s Q-f """'p2 IL, - ' :"-si,-'-s'if+fff'A. zf " 2414.1 '. ws MC' 'V-U-he H3 Mitt ylii 7 wt . L wt f ,.,.1- ,ll I mu his K4 iig.!!""'ii , r i ij' fiflxsati ffllxqigx ..,' ,I Qlfs,-' ' A .lr I 5 . W 5:10-ss .1 'W' 'N t sv - ll Q ,c sv pi kappa phi enjoyed perhaps its best year ever in many areas of student interest. the annual miss vsc pageant, a miss georgia pre- liminary and a halloween carnival for school children were both successes. pi kaps were greek football champions and greek week winners. the red rose ball topped a memora- ble year for pi kappa phi. f M" 157 . ' " A X,6 ' al. gf- 5. nr 9' ' 'Ain-a .PH- ,. my jing, Q. A l QJ gl lk ,bl ' A. 'P . A , My , . A avg: 'J lv V va ,Q "Q ll fgf, x ,-X e 5 . ,Pic 5 x JM 2 v S Q. 3Nr"-.'-- fi, ff H7 , t C. I 1 4 4 : -'lk '- bit 1 s l a ,, Q , 1 v . 4 lllll get , -4 QW A 45193, .V SWK wa- agp JS ,Q -Q-v - 1 .Q .-' - ,u- lil ra 'ir rf- ., .L . I x- fb 'iw A -143 members: ellen bloodworth beth brady betty ann brison marsha britt anne burkett jeanette burton Carol Cartwright pat Chastain jane Clark beth Clarke debra Connell rebecca Cooledge charlotte Crew marsha daniel lourdes del Castillo karen di girolamo lou anne domingos sally dorsett ruthie durant Cathy enright lisa evans jan fletcher miCki folsom geri funderburke lila gammage sandy gardner bobbie goes kathy gobler marie groover Carla helbert kathy hensley paula hobbs ginger hobson dyanne jordan liz kahler kim kellam sue kicklighter joyce little suzanne long Cathy marlowe jan martin janice moore melanie mosley beverly newlin annette norris emily odum robin oliver dinah parr alice patten susan pigge .", Q?-If denice meeks pittman pam prescott anne price nancy price anne riddle kathleen rolt debbie smith vickie smith susan stewart linda story barbara tonning debbie wall Cathy watson rita wedincamp sharon whigam Carol wiles kathy winn jayne wynn M' 91, ' 1' fj 1' f 1'5" qu-,.f' www, A1 V, f Clif, -, ,f3'1, ' X ' Beg ff' if H-.ax Sigma alpha wgisillmit QN .argl QW 75 6' 'N lin . , ' D " 1 , , 1'Y 3 ' P l ff " av . 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Q L-'I 1 ' 9' st' 3 Wig H. -, t.,n:'i"" ld if V, x since their installation into sigma alpha epsilon in the fall of '73, the georgia sigma chapter has made its presence known on the vsc campus. they claimed the title of top fraternity academically and two of their members were named s.g.a. and i.f.c. president. sae and the little sisters of minerva are looking for- ward to continual leadership on the vsc campus. tau Rapp epsilon members include: ralph hogan john takash spike michaels lee stoddard, v. bill stokes jim travis, pres. john canington david evans ed jones don young joey sheppard stan vogt jeff bransford al adams richard sollami david sutton mike mcginniss david mathis bruce cook p. cecil riggs mike tate terrance paulk mark strickland Clyde conine mark harris mitch thompson joe chambers billy gilliland gary mcmillian robert dowling mike miller david barrett bobby darden mike taylor rick bowers mark sams rick lindsey bubba jenkins merritt guthrie smokey sullins buddy jackson kevin kandich terry feimster marc treadwell scott reynolds jeff strickland ed patterson mike hyers john haddad ken everett brother valentino bill harrell lee wood ferrell whiddon bo reynolds john carlyle joe sapp doug devine scot forward ken cavanaugh . , - if ' ii- -"" lx if" aw llldjgwf "wi, 1 . l.' ,.. 'f. l 66526 ni' ,, .s A, r'rLn!-3, , 1. , V S' l,llln1ff-9559 'l If - f I 4 it , 1 .1 " ii-'iv' ' 4 +1313 S-1 J S244-4 ' 'll K. fun-.wars li- i A fur! H Q? A' g,.2g'7,+ ll Q4 1 N A 'i 'E' .93 W I-f ' V i init- ' ' - " ' 1 ' -- N V -Q A E gg.-V: 'Sig "1 -A , Q I 5. -U 5 , I ,tin , -J' ,l??,,.-5 . he .. .Ot . I. .ll -?:1gr.-rf 1 ia..-9 - I 1. ff' I-I l 'kv' 'Q ' ' li N l ,as A aside from many parties and dances every quarter, vsc tekes had a very active year sponsoring the vsc cal- endar girl contest and spring frolics. placing high in intramural action and in greek week, tke fielded an outstanding team in cross-country. tke won the president's award for the best homecoming float and the vsc spirit award. the tekes also held an exceptional red carnation ball formal. 1 N " ll Qs S, K L.: V? if in addition to winning the vsc foundation drive and the spirit award, a Zeta won first place in the tke calendar girl con- test. other activities for the year included a christmas party for the larc center. an active social lite on campus included the court of themis ball, the mother- daughter tea and parents' day. ff ' i pw , W P vu! AIAV -. 1 ,-a,JQ,.w..:-. X pf' ,, S I I' ,,gA,.f, V and A14 ::::.v. K l ,,-0' 1 lg, zf X K V afi- ziflalmt A mljim Y .i N' ,WX Ji -Tr X, 0 1 ' - 4 X 1 . we u' X L. I X l D . I ' -!x'- vhs-' -' A - v . . j, ,- if ww-Wuff' g 3 Bf-.fr ' M .t,'3E'l-it--. - . . . " - - - Q f A. As XM, uf, , .nv . A It - KM.. ,, ' ' ' V s NEC' . A 'As 4. r P , l ,ds X 'AN' V443 . ,. -' , 4 . Q wp? ' -.airs 5'-v h .4-v,. .X t i ' r 6 z""".'x-j V rx N ,, X 1 1 f JY s ...Q :fc :GL 9 'Z t -'Mn Mx . , L..- lil V sh -.' ,l mas: ' members: Carol adams jesse akins debbie bellamv debbie blanton vickie bruton lynn causev kay Cody jane Coleman joanne Cowan kris dahl anne deen marvlt ne dennis nanci dross georgie fallin debbie glassman kris griffin marsha hagan donna harmon marvalice harrell kathy hinebaugh paula johnston -A A7"'.m,.'f,.-' . claudis keen lelia lafon carol lamb Vickie langston lvnn march allison mckenzie jill pendlev debie perkins terri rosenthal theresa scruggs Carol sears lvnda smith mina smith sherri smith sandy smith pattv steward suebeth tillman bethamy voke sueella whisenhunt Carla Wilkerson alicia williams . 5- Kaul. X. , v 1 'J iii' ui ff if 5 I lf ei. l.: li 4-. 5' iz 1 - I W I 1 -1 1 X fr s. Pl, r Ysn' , , Yi, fl 'Q ,L P1 nf 'Fi '3 'i --A 7 N ' "",h,1-C 4 gin willis kay willis donna wills angie lunge robin .xunderliqk shaiiwi tale debra xark anne peace marxjane keene jamie pitts f sweetheart big brothers: jim trax is mac moore ed jones julian miller terri lernster jim pon ell dave noxatk tom Santoro freddx norris bobbx tombs FOQQCY lQ'lNnf,'l 165 ull ,JW I ,fl fm, L' ' U XC-f' 'Vu n ,I 25-QW 2 ,v- ,ff A r 4 6 -.4 . :4 XVM- vu 4 A my ,. , my ., If ,ZZ Q, 3715: Ww- v ' 1 V ' he vvflilvhg 5 - 0 .z,,,' 4 ,px X ,- , 'I' jx fi f .v Qs . ' . Y , 1. ,' J K fl Q .1 I 3 'Ml N V If X. A . X Q ,ffl ' ' Q, Z ' .1 ----- A qi , Ai V .4 -1:, , , I -Y V ,Q f 1 i .-.x up eeihmm also xm ,g,-ll!" A""?' . u- If uf W f 4, A W g 168 4 ,- rw 1:1-1 - -Y' x - ,"mx'f . ' f avr '.. 4 , wi- 1 - V If f ,Y eff -"N willie head fred ryals gordon mushtare fpledge trainer? clayton brown steve Corbett barry fuller fadministration officer! coral ohl vern saxe fcommanderl kenneth emanuel seaborn Crowley fchaplainl al west tcomptrolleri arnold air society is an honor and service group of afrotc that promotes the traditions and concepts of the u.s. air force, conducts briefings for local high school students, and promotes campus, regional, and national extracurricular functions. they sponsor the annual military ball and participate in area and national conventions. --A 'YJ warm -"Amis , 5, -... i, E? lim? i 32S'?:i "iff 1 s 1 , x t X 4" inn- wmmm-uxwown.,M,,wwu,f,-y VA- .. ,J , ,,.,.-,..-zm.,1,-.M-,'. an .,v, ,. ing angel flight "it is said - the best gifts are tied with heartstrings. angel flight has given to me the gifts of love and "angel flight is: lastingfriendships-locally friendship. the strings of my heart have been pulled as i've watched a new group of girls unite as a group and nationally, fun, 1974 nam-,nal conclave in on campus and achieve the goals we set at the beginning of the year. i think it could be said that - seeing houston, texas, loving and supporting arnold success at our first air show, initiating our first pledge class, and learning to appreciate what our country air society -the greatest bunch of guysi does for us through our air force men and rotc cadets - has made it a most rewarding year." angel flight: debbie bailey mary beisner elaine cagel kathy colson malinda darsey mrs. lucile griffen ann griffith capt. david grubbs advisor snag members: jennifer abrams carol allred melba anderson marcia andrews deborah bailey jaoyc baird alma barnes gary bement valerie bengston grawin betts elaine bowen frances brown joy brown elaine cagle cathy clark pam clements nina coleman rita collins jan corry donna crews kristine dahl linda diedeman barbara dodd carol foster chloe gaines jan george susan gibbs sybil gooden denise gowan susan gwin carolyn hagin rebecca herndon gaye higginbothans patrice hilaire karen holladay nancy holland james humphrey irma jewell janet johnson gail jones leigh jones laurie jowers debbie kendrick debra kennemore carol kitchens pat knowles diane langley 172 juanita harrell diane hilton janet johnson debbie kennemore diane langley shirley manning mary marbury deborah moore drake tillery ann wright cathy law jim leister janet lingenfeltei jenny lloyd lou ann mc collum jill mc elvey maryellen majestic shirley manning mary marbury carol ann meeks gail miller cathy mitchell marion morris donna nolan nita norris martha parker doris pettigrew phyllis powell skip prater paula prince sheila rainey nancy relihan debbie ross lyn ross penny scott mary shashy debbie smith linda story antonina sullivan alice thorne barbara tonning annette walker brenda watson bruce watson lee ann webster patricia williams cathy winderweedle james wiseman judy wright debra york melissa yeomens bernie zerbliss susan coats george robbins janice mullls gene godfiey debi minchew vertdale fluker know." janet johnson kathy colsor Nqr" N 53015, 7 ,, i A .-. as ' . usa I 1.14 'V' 1 5 I it t i ' a ' -wwf , ,jg j . I ' -ix' , t fi A f-1. x ,.,,l Afflfii Tritt' L 'tj g .a 1 few: Q student nurses' association as a pre-professional, non-profit organiza- tion, its purpose is to aid the preparation ot student nurses for the assumption of profes- sional responsibilities. many of the members enjoyed the national convention in salt lalse city, utah. attendance at this convention was a vital part of their professional training. some of the members were elected to oftice in the A . i ,M lv vi state organization the club cainpaigned to prevent a bill from passing the state legis- lature which would hurt the nursing proa fession. recruitment was also one ot the Club's main goals with many other worth- while projects undertalsen throughout the year. M H,,i,1'I 1 gb a, ,Q 1... 599 , 4: . Q Q 5 2 3 30 T Ti -.--...- ,..4':'. Y, , u HTQJ 2 the purpose of this organization is to recogniae and which have been in residence at vsc, and who has encourage academic excellence, any student who achieved a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 is a 3 1 I has completed 90 hours of academic work, 45 of eligible for membership. 1 " fr-. f i- '53 " ' 5 WN alpha c hi membersi philip ashcratt gina bailey sharen barry karen barry mary jane bender joseph bodenhamer rebecca braddock beverly brantley mary brotherton deborah brown judy burkhalter leslie i hristopoulos rita collins 174 ng nw-- H.. , 0' .Vx rebecca conlan mary cooper aleta corley malindadarsey nancy deming harry dixon barbara dodd newell dorsev sara floyd steven garner denise gasque deborah glassman roberta goes donna harmon diana henderson kathryn hill randy johnson guy jordan norman kemp kathy kemph gary knight julie lassiter george lee james leis ruth mcclain barbara meehan jane moore linda moore vincent nusache sherry parrish janet perkins phyllis poweil shiela rainev pamela revis terry rosenthal margaret scott james sego richard slayik janet smith samuel smith william smith lawrence storey hazel sumner john stuphin martha sutton vicki taylor phillip temples frances thornton william thornton james touchton carolyn tyson walter wacter joann webb steven weeks james westlake phyllis whaley gail white jane williams Q 1 ' sax is an honor organization created to promote hreh tharar ter rnernlrr-r S I I I I a 3 3 4 I encourage scholarship, stimulate in- must haye a 5,5 aradennr ayeraigr- atii r terest in ac ademit actiy ities and to complerinia 29 hollis at yst Hr! t ,'flv". sax members: pamela revis robert goette martha sutton bud mcleod kathy kemph mei kwong patricia harrison melba anderson margaret mccann douglas hague judy burkhalter mark elliot barbara tonning angela smith amy huffman nellie freeman louis goolsby' eddie mirick kris dahl nina Coleman doug bryant laura pittard deanie rigsby teresa pollard debbie harrison lila gammage Cathy watson vicki taylor richard slavik chris prater Xi. mary katsekis elizabeth rogers beth allison mary hedderman marianne Chastain sallyflautt janet perkins dennis vick deborah lynn donna harmon gwen hall juanita norrrs mary' Cooper kim johnston sandra reddick david thompson Callie hub joyce ashley' theresa inhulsen david dean dinah parr beth vvoolard diana steed janet robinson tom odom beth oliver bridge! beisner james newton sandy medd denise keener mary lederico katie Washburn 'X kathleen rolt marion odom diane hughes jody' jones mary brotherton Caresse foster susan odom luann malone debra Connell geraldrne lolsom gayle ovvens marlouke meens bonnie young mary jane bender william Clark rebecca herndon jan mathis Clyde conine jane exley' walter skellre Carol haynes beverly brantley juanrta gilmer gall gorman denise gasque james batten randy' johnson david head tricia mccracken patrrc ia knowles evelyn Cullinane lucrle maxwell ,anna Q 1 ff! david seay martha vvilson karen Cooper deborah glassman becky' alderman mark eanes gary jordan janite byrd jeanne dykes james sego susan dixon Catherine grllis william roberts steve wilson Charlotte tyre boke tomlin joe shrrah virginia sulliyan alice patten gillre mason john canninjaton nlafd lllffdlx deborah vann david langley raymond barnes judy' Comer stephanie bannrster phyllis taylor gary mcmrllan susan bailey kevin prolirt tina vinrng barbara meehan dorothy teyyell donna pitts melanie eanes renee williams sharon smith hanlsy' prime rebet Ca brarldot mary rnegrarn linda Campbell steve garner roeer Crump dayrrl rlrxon lu' l. aorrlon duryyard blar k jena jordan sara lloyd jan eroyrmgo rebet c a milsaps lynn niarrm russell bleakney oliver smith sandra bishop dayrd sullirn dayid roxier Charles hopkrns joey krnarrl C harlotre t reyy rob stlggs sue baker lee stariyn' yyillzam in-rr jirripiefit- dr rnayofratlyis 7 alpha lambda delta is an honor organization for freshman I h I d I members must malntaln a 3 5 average durlng the freshman year women Its purpose is to encourage scholarship on campus. all a p a a m a QQ KN ,v 21 1316? 'G X. ,Q as as L , 'P V, v-Q . J ' , il l llll Z- .Glu H Ni ,.. Y ? S Pwr 71 'wgv 04, 'sly g, ' Q Y ,gm 3 -f 4 s s , V 9 lt l. 531 if 'A cl I WJ N 'J v 1 l Fe .-.-.K Nl rj'L , , U O .Q , . 4 cardinal key cardinal key is an organization honor- ing junior women with a 3.0 average who are deemed leaders in the college community. Q -,-- , 5 ? Y - v ,few l. ' - 5 ' . ' alfa' ri Ml Cf' V ii A 5 . ' " , , i ,, Q si '-3' b Qigffe C V y f -,fwf i 4 ' F' , , i l . X - ' ,M 3 i ,. 'il 1 1 ,. -9-44 H ,fd l , i Q l lt i 2 ll i V 'Q TY" g 1,-.an NM E I Y" rw- A, ,v .,4 -' .V . 'sy 1.9 M. Par 4" .' 'ig 51425, ik, " ,f - , 1... , ,5fai'i 1 0- 9 Qfikflz' '-'20'bf-33 L. . sr cardinal key mary atwood gina bailey mary jane bender malinda darsey barbara dodd deborah glassman roberta goes mary marbury janet perkins kathleen rolt terry rosenthal susan seigler sharon smith mary strickland victoria taylor sheila willis alpha lambda delta patricia acree mamie baker karen elsberry connie erwin caresse foster Iila gammage deborah glassman rebecca herndon katherine link Connie powell kathryn radford jeanie rigsby elizabeth robinson elizabeth rogers linda rush catherine statom diana steed mary stevens katie washburn gina wiggins Yawnf' ' . fn. . V If-1 I ,X phi kappa phi is a national honor society which recogniges superior scholarship in all fields. the society, whose motto is "let the love of learning rule mankind", was established at the u. of maine in 1897. the vsc chapter was installed on january 17, 1974 after the charter petition, signed by 24 faculty members, was granted. under- graduate and graduate students who have main- tained a high standard of academic excellence are eligible for election as are faculty members and alumni who have achieved scholarly dis- tinction. phi kappa phi members: john william albright jay arnold rebecca barineau margie bishop joseph bodenhamer john branan judith brooks julia cothron evelyn cullinane elizabeth dixon donald lee duncan maudriaelkins linda eye wayne r, faircloth william paul trech, jr. william montgomery gabard wynton hall, jr. randall c. hicks john t. hiers margaret hiers peggy horton ruth c. kahler virginia lane woodrow leake ms. woodrow leake roger martin mcgirt, jr. ClGnnlS W- m3fk5 omicron delta kappa sita partricia marks james e. martin s. walter martin william miller shelby hardy monroe linda moore sharon lee moore vincent musashe dale peeples ruth anne rich e. edward sheeley william smith patsy stone mary strickland wooten taylor sumerford hazel sumner debra taylor j. ralph thaxton james lewis thorton charlotte tyre willa ferree valencia kathleen varn hugh harris west thomas whiddon cheryl wood members: dr. a. l. addington john albright judith birch dean andy bond judith brooks brian butler john canington mike chason dr. w. ren christie willie clark dr. clyde connell william cribbs derry crosby dr. james daniels stanley dehart harry evans dr. wayne faircloth dr. william garbard donald giles john glisson kenneth hawkins dr. randell hicks neil joiner edward jones wesley king diane langley dr. woodrow leake marty lefiles dr. s. walter martin william moore matthew moye clint nicely edwin overby dr. lamar pearson robert pittman robert pullen john ricketson vernon saxe jerry scott sharon smith fluker stewart bret c. taylor dr. james thornton dan watkins thomas whiddon don whitman rebecca willis ann zerblis .N 5. 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N 7 I .. afar f X 44 ' s f 11 f ii X s. if .. .....- wi ...fa 5 . li llfb omicron delta kappa is the national honorary leadership fraternity for senior college men and women. the purpose is to recognize students who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities and to inspire others to strive for conspicuous attainments along similar lines. the five indispensable qualifications for membership are: exemplary character, respon- sible leadership and discriminatory service in campus life, superior scholarship, geniune fel- lowship and consecration to democratic ideals. phi kappa phi omicron delta kappa , , .9'l l to 5' 7 , NTVV7 sm? . 3 Ty' . i . fl 7 7 j. sigma alpha iota sandra bishop mary jane bender judith brooks lf A nancy clarke cindy coffee kathy colson malinda darsey susie dasher ann griffith janet herndon myrtis howell hellyn jordon deborah kirkland diane malerich alice patten pres,, janet perkins kathy rolt susan seigler patti steward vicki taylor mary beth watkins becky willis 4 1. 0 sponsors: 1 . F mrs. randall hacks V mrs. alice stelpstra 1 mrs. lavan robinson phi mu alpha sinfonia A greg ansley dan darden E gibson dixson pres., ken hawkins ' cliff huxford bruce laughlin jeff lewis harrell man if brian morris paul nelson Q? lamar poole greg potter ' paul ristow 5 rick slavick Q terry smith tommy whiddon advisor, lavan robinson l f e l l i l I 180 sigma alpha iota phi mu alpha Sinfonia l l ln K ' -13 s, l . - , r r , , i i t i l vox 2 sigma alpha iota is an international music frati-rnity for women. thc- organization is dodicatvd to the promotion of thc- profvssional com- petency and achievement of womvn in the fivld ot music. eligibility is based upon musicianship, scholarship, and charactcr anil mvmbvr- ship is open to all music majors. in nw .Nu-4' 'C' . is ll J Q ,. as I ig i ac , ,V fl 1 6 I s W , S 4 I Q N. 0 qi ' " J X W " Q 1 C W fi? s I u e 45" -fs. 1- I. . - 5 Q 1 'I ,. i xt one of the most active groups on campus is the vsc band. the band, which is composed of both music and non-music majors, is open to anyone who has high school or equivalent experience. many mem- bers of the concert band also play in its sister organizations - the stage band, the pep band, and the brass, percussion and woodwind ensembles. the concert band has a concert every quarter and during winter quarter the group goes on tour of area high schools. this year the winter tour ended in gatlinburg, tennessee where our talent- ed group enjoyed a well deserved weekend of ice skating, skiing, and just relaxing. is if-Pr? the stage band is featured at many campus events including miss vsc, tke calendar girl pagent, and founder's day banquet. the pep band provides lively accompaniment at all the home basketball games and plays backup tunes for the flames. the flames preformed for their second year in 1974, providing varied entertainment to home basketball games halftimes. the group, which is open to any girl who is an experienced twirler or high school drill team member, works hard every week preparing their dance, pompom and twirling routines, but they all have a lot of fun and encourage others to join. -3 A l- ...-.- - - 4--A ein'--are-warsstrmhi - 35 s it 1.5 Zi Qfvimnf 'iV'.'if '..1. gi Y. ..., ., tt, , g.m,-Q: -,f - 4 SH +1-Q1 flames concert band i l l 4 l Concert band: letha asher stephen barr - v. president gary bass marty bell mary jane bender leah bishoff cliff brannon linda Campbell nancy Clark willie clark cindy Coffee - treasurer carol Colson kathy Colson joyCe Connor john Curtis bill dyess cassondra ellis jane fanning ronnie fender ralph ferrante lesley fountain janet gildea -- fresh. rep. ann griffith donna hand scott harrison ken hawkins david hinson - pres. 84 student Conductor Cliff huxford pat kuykendall carol lanier bruce laughlin - sr. rep. 84 student conductor scott mcvey betsy mann harrell mann soph. rep. dancing flames: jerry barker linda Campbell carol Coleman cathy Coleman debbie granman karen lyons sue beth tillman debbie yark brent merriman mike miller brian morris - jr. rep. cindy morton kerry moyer paul nelson janet perkins - secretary bob pinkston lamar poole holly potts dennis register paul ristow david roth scott slocum bill smith robert smith pam stevens patti steward al turner martha wilson sanford Campbell director circle k members melba anderson mike clyde malinda darsey jane exley debby glassman louis goolsby ray hammel becky herndon serenader members: remley farr kenneth hawkins patricia hereford larry meleod vicki morris greg potter jim rightmyer kathleen rolt menc members: janet perkins malinda darsey nancy clark brian morris patti steward greg ansley judith brooks linda campbell susie dasher tillery drake pam ellis barry griffin kenneth hawkins concert choir members: SOPRANOS kathy armistead sandra bishop martha brown malinda darsey mary lynn dennis myrtis howell jody jones sarah jones kathy rolt alice patten susan seigler becky willis TENOR phillip gunnels paul nelson greg potter anthony powell mark richartlson wayne wiatt linda jackson jan mathis beth mcclain larry norman teresa pollard freddy ryals hazel sumner chip wells donna wilson dr, mcgirt susan seigler melanie thompson teresa tippett marion warren janice welch ginger west tommy whicldon becky willis gwynelle spell david hinson teresa jones hellyn jordan debi kirklanrl bruce laughlin diane malerich paul nelson alice patten kathy rolt paul ristow susan seigler vicki taylor mary beth watkins ALTO fay brass phyllis dietrich pam ellis donna harmon tina harrington janet herndon teresa jones diane malerith betsy mann malinda sutton phyllisthornton jeanie turner rhonda walden debra yark BASS greg ansley russell bleakney leon donahoo barry grtlfin ken hawkins jeffrey lewis james pilantl rick slayik randy storch concert choir this is a choral organization which performs classical, sacred, and popular music. membership is open to the college community by audition. I nl ! 1, sf! 2 sf -- ,f j ,. 41 V 'J N Wx ,K ., ,t an i 0 ma f O , x""fs' Y Vi s.w..f- a 5,1-5'i the serenaders are a small choral group that specnalnfo c Q lx x g, pi fn r of rho ng- ln more popular muslc entrance ns by audutuon md mam nal lxIW1f1lS duh xl ns 1 non prom group wlwnch ,4n-,fy ? Q , 2 ,W M-'. Q . f ' Z' eff x , , ,f ,ff fl f 1' i Q V, 7'.,l,'gI ' " 1,43 ZW' ,f 7 i H X w A 6 this organization was formed to promote inter- est in business education and to provide social, activities. cultural, and business experience through club p h i I a m a 0823 1- ix 4 xg! 'v, ...... , l 'ii fi l i ! . ., Y, g Q iiiiiii il , ii i E 'V ,, f 1 A I -S? l 1, .klg 47, :i M-faifbx , ,: 'r V -:sv--'X A Q gf , , , I X ' 21881. l Kjylfuxz tflfffflg W I sk iii K H if? Ninn. ' A l, 52555 Q I Sgfflffa - A., .gifs r , ffflff' 3':f'J 'Q f 5nz31'Q?4?'.Affg?2?w,6L1iI:SiQrz,'9 " ' Qs.. 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' ,fx -' y" t V 2 .sag ,,...-.-...mu 1 so - J sgae members: carole elsberry nancy elsberry laura folds louisforget dellen fountain elizabeth george mary gillihan .mary hedderman margaret henderson carol holland karen holmes hilda howell carol irwin richard iacques stephen jones terry joyner mary katsekis catherine kilpatrick susan king al adams thomas amendola jane andrews gordon baker joe banks robert bolton nellie brown bryan cheryle mary castleberry carolyn chappel keith cowne evelyn cullinane justine clarke edith davis elizabeth davis anne dobson newell dorsey jeanne dykes jayne eckiote pauline ellis phi beta debra lance donna lance mary lee joyce lenhoff pamela lewis peggy lynch mary mason linda mathis darrell may deborah mccowey janice mcewen donna mclendon martha macneal dell minter linda moore alice murphy syble oldaker nancy o'neal helen o'steen marguerite page dina paulk margaret reed theodore scarbrough george sheridan jocelyn sherrnan linda smith susan smith frank snowden michael soderberg patsy stone mary strickland betty sumner Carolyn taft sherry trimnel tina vening james walker lottie washington berrian webb phyllis whaley phyllis whitaker steven whitley loni wise lambda members: gloria adams cathy carver ida bell davis terri dixon jeannie dykes kay freeman shirley knight Pessylvnfh debra mcneal nancy o'neal helen o'steen linda smith frank snowden lisa stone andrey vickers tina vining berrian webb phyllis whaley mrs. griffin dr. presson 187 a.e.a. members: hazel sumner vance hinebaugh bobble haire bobby hickey charlie barton mike beverly ralph bryant steve callahan ronnie dubberly ted gaskins bruce graben roy griffin donald hancock ronnie harnage bennie haskins ronald hayes phil jones david lamon jeff lloyd david mathis keith moran cyndi parramore charles phillips tom prithett janice revells eurith rice faye roberts al rodgers sharon smith doran storey phillip sutherin danny tabb deborah vann herb young debate members: karen cooper linda eden rebecca daniell susan hall tom Odom charles young dr. Woodrow leake 188 :fab ls the purpose of alpha epsilon alpha is to help students better under- stand the professional requirements, laws, rules, and regulations govern- at e a . . . . . 0 ing the practice of public accounting and to stress scholarship. A Q. 5 v " s ' ' , x. ' l t I 'T e ' 5 If . 9213. ff""h..., "N..., V, fs-.x... , ,,:"'sh-w-...,, "xv-.-. 'f"'-o---.,. -N., ..., .1 W'-'tr-A... Nag N-Q --Q- - ,Aj-wsu W.. , s X., E """"'lnnq r ,, :1rvT11'f.11-..,- -A Q-on 41 .,,. K.: 3 q? I ff... 1 'fll rxf.-J. lxlgq 1 'x'l i:Q.bq 1"'.l 0 ,"v,:u o'l. 5 s'o.i Us 5 l 'll.Q .- qu, :- I cl.. '.ll 1. . 'War- I Q. A Q! k 5' ge '5- I 1 I R I 'QQ A A 'W ,ww ng 1' the navigators are an international christian organization whose n 3 motto is "to know Christ is to make Him known." the local , organization reaches out to the students through fellowship and If-I I Bible studies in the dorms. all meetings are open to any interest- p I O S Q D y ed individuals. ' v- :wr f, ,w , if -if. L we t , 45 A r 2 l . i , - ,...-,.,. a 51 F51 M O 'J'-' E '1 ff' gi in N-w wesley foundation the purpose of the Wesley foundation is to provide for the spiritual, moral, social, and intellectual needs of students and other members of the campus community. 44 3' becky alderman stephanie bannister jenny babb debbie bruce larry griffin patty kalk carol ann meeks alice berry murphy ken murray danny riddle ralph Starling bret taylor jan thurman shiela willis sandra woodward judy wright bonnie young baptist student union Hi.. I , N 0-A f X 'ULN Lan MX--.. ' f ,av 'xs Wax: k. 5 f ,741 J ,- nl Q4 fir?" A3,, .1 43:11. ,"7f., ,fy W 5 Q A 5 . 71, H 'E- black student league -an-up A Q., X is x I calvin payne earlie mitchell jerry Otis deborah purnell Connie scott phyllis thornton edgardo hyler ivy zaneta anderson carey barnes glenda battle lounelle bivens lorenza breedlove jessee hrinson donnel brown bernard buttler emma jean canty evelyn carter samuel Clemens barbara davis doris denson daisy emanuel kenny emanuel linda fields perry floyd Chloe gaines percy leon gilbert elijah gosier juanita harrell gloria head willie head linda jenrette debra kelterer beatrice lee lavictor lipscomb roosevelt lowther teris mckenzie dorothy matchett yolanda o'neal shirley orr andrew parker robert rease james robinson jackie simmons deborah sloan gregory small jacquelyn terry anthony thomas timothy thompkins annie thompson gwen thompson melvin thompsrm gregory wade shirley wilbon beverly williams "there are times when i feel the sga is an inefficient and unorganized group running around in circles, but then there are times when everything goes right, and things get done. for instance, all the hassle and paperwork and then from that comes the book exchange or another meal plan." "overall i think, it's the students who make the sga what it is. you work with graduating seniors who don't .give a damn about anything but graduating, and then there are those eager new freshman who are willing to get totally involved for four years, but didn't have the sense to do so. i guess it is all of those people who really care about what happens to the students here and the college itself who make it all worthwhile." bebe berry . .. v... .V-Q-wgpnuu msg-W - , 4:. 'iii- fs- f A ,- -ws ,vw-.--sw , . . . X - o-an-4 n vsnosaepoqnQdO4N 6 .R A il .ff 1 5 , . tw 1' , ii i ,. tw H' s 'A' Q7 Wil '5.AvX X -lt -494 1973-74 sga officers neil joiner - president robert pittman - vice president bebe berry - secretary sammy middleton - comptroller 'I974-75 sga officers derry crosby - president don whitman - vice president bebe berry - secretary roger reigner - comptroller 1973-74 senate mem bers robert pittman - president dr. gordan mckinney - advisor gina bailey Connie erwin glenda battle malcolm douglas david sutton billy waters donnell brown teris mckenzie derry crosby marty lefiles dick mcleod zaneta anderson suzanne gandy tommy land deborah purnell debbie hudgins wonnie overby charles joyner 'I973-74 cabinet neil joiner - chairman bill moore - advisor robert pittman sammy middleton bebe berry don giles ray hamel buddy sanders john webster clint nicely david johnson nanci dross llevellyn lightsey joann cowan david roth gina bailey diane langley steve cunningham robert moretz tommy manning sharon smith head resident , resident assistants head residents dean sara fickertt - coordinator langdale hall - linda jones lowndes hall - jesse baynes s - 21 hall- bob sloan brown hall- skip prater georgia hall- estell Wheeler hopper hall- cleo hutchinson resident assistants marcia andrews patty mcguinn susan king teresa griffis cathy winderweedle chloe gaines deborah cooper judy c. alexander claire higgenbotham peggy diane langley ann masters cheryl michels shelia rainy al West steven Weeks ed jones christopher s. prater resident assistants Wesley king grant seibert jimmy Westlake paul oWens gary michaels eddie Whitehead charles Watson claude thompson richard scoggins carol holland kitty hill becky norman deborah makuck deborah bailey susan odom donna Wilson pam king dorm officers brown hall: governor - ron downey senator - dick mcleod georgia hall: governor - debbie smith secftreas. - barbara tonning hopper hall: governor - nanci dross lt. governor - nancy pounds sec.ftreas. - muriel blasingame senator - glenda battle langdale hall: governor - skip mcdonald secftreas. - jenifer abrams senator - anne price lowndes hall: governor - becky Hynson ls-211 patterson hall: governor -tom manning lt. govftreas. - buddy sanders senator: derry crosby head residents: sometimes they don't seem to be worth muthg then there's the night you've got a big IQSI, your ra's not on duty and the six foot guy down the hall is really raising hell - and not too quietly either , resident assistants: usually they're the first people that new students meet, they are the ones that tell you what you cannot do and the ones that turn you in when you do it. 1 Sty Q3 . ' , '!'Ei"fiDf"?:iF??ViS1Z3lS.tZf-kQ-v-L.3?::f5.2i. '-?f..'7.Kf"":-"W 'HE-J . :?25.:5:'-3.-.V nf 'sm' 7' 1 "'f,.l5 M't f' ' ffc"'f V' ' Q' E I O one of the most humanitarian projects cub had this year was the spon- the college union board is a division of the executive branch of the sga. ggrjng of gevgial farnilieg in the Coal mining region of kentucky, the Cub the cuh governs the program of the college union and Off9rS E1 spent several weeks gathering canned goods, and clothes then drove to wide range ot activities and entertainment with the campus in mind. kenluqky anddigifibined ihgm, ng-7 iq . mp, , y 4, i +ve--r 1 ' fe , i 1, 2 ff ' ,D 'jSkYDiVl, i ig .t.. JS, , yt, '! r z'f,s'fsi'Q 5 5:-'rf 1 ii i in V' it , 4, 'qw , I s E 5 ra. ? if g- i .4 V gi -s W - Y K. 4' f ? in X, . A! 1 . 7 Us iii fi? ii , -Q' 5 Y ni: 15 3-1 " i . ff i , 25' T v A - f A I ' li ' i s H V9 i ' .. ,,,. V ,gg 1 i K .' , .t' ' ' Q -1 . 2 C ii? 'ix 'A I i e T5 - - , ff 'f - zz Q . V . 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Z ,.., 3 .. ., 5 , , , --4:1 A 71' Q -'Y-4' C' A ' ig, inn-1-A I college union board Q? terry allen dee bonham nick capp jamie culpepper melinda darsey diana eve - secretary bobfelder cathy hillhouse frank hjort pat kalk llevevlyn lightsey - chairman idella moore wanda rhoden jack schmid - co-chairman james smith don wade fran wade b. jr wells - program director john wester - rec. coordinator mr. ferrell - dir. student activities bud bridges -faculty advisor 201 I.a.e. members: gordan mushtare pres. gina bailey vice pres. melinda cborn pam dickey james miller robert pope grayson povvell danny studstill jimmy watson ed gates advisor dr. mcintyre advisor W.V.V.S. david johnson manager bill tullis music director charlesjoiner wheat straws wvvs is a student owned and student opu pose to entertaln the student body and to ated entertainment outlet of vsc drversuflgd Commumcatg happenings and attxtudes on programming IS offered wtth nts primary pur the Campus 2' N A Y A Y vc :if 'auf spectator stattp milw cha5on, idella moore, spectator clim nrcelv, bebe berry, fain adams, bill burson, Wesley cox. X K -.2 s 1. , M W'-'W ww-12 1 Q62-av?-ff,Lwee-114.."g1L..f -9 aw I her nzrtai aff - J H 7 A , . 1 Inxxde Today X. . if f x . 1 X : V "' ff the spectator, which truly 'fcovers the campus like con- crete" featuring all campus events - academic, athletic, and social - is the vsc weekly newspaper. the purposes of the paper are to inform the student of current events, to provide a means by which students may express their view through letters to the editor, and to teach staff members correct journalistic style and policies. -:wifi Q N Af' X la- X is f FQ Q6 , f, Q, XQ the pine cone staff sharon smith editor in chief donna wilson associate editor john albright facultyadvisor ken cauanaugh copy editor photographers deron coppage gary jordan pal quarterman section editors student life melinda chorn honors and beauties bridget beisner sports jeff redden greeks nanci dross bobby hagan groups donna wilson sue link classes gail williams faculty de russell closing sharon smith general staff bridget beisner mike floyd camille moore liz robinson susan scott IQ.. 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I , 'Wi an '. al adams douglas, ga. history ivy z. anderson brunswick, ga. nursing jane r. andrews greenville, fla. elementary education robert j. asbell valdosta, ga. biology mary k. atwood satellite beach, fla. spanish grace e. bartlett jacksonville, fla. special education nancy c. bass doerun, ga. secretarial administration deborah a. blanton valdosta, ga. physical education martha g. blythe cecil, ga. psychology joseph s. bodenhamer tifton, ga. history jack boswell valdosta, ga. psychology jean k. bozeman rabun gap, ga. physical education judith l. brooks baconton, ga. music veronica brooks tifton, ga. business education alan v. brown conyers, ga. theatre arts . ,,,. .,., gtg.. ,,.l -f- 1 ' V 3 :YZ Y' s..,,,, .Q-'V-Af im 5 mitral md grmlmalt liidetil S lil 'W -1 45' X Stn QT' dug cg ,' Qing, . ,B H r . ...Mb ,i f ,-EL Q4 faqs- x john b. elkins cairo, ga. management maudriaj. elkins folkston, ga. german linda s. eye valdosta, ga. special education martha m. brown orlando, fla. music education beth d. bryant warner robins, ga. elementary education corrie I. burroughs atlanta, ga. psychology wendy carr valdosta, ga, sociology justine I. clark helena, ga. special education pamela e. clements vienna, ga. nursing sherma a. coody mcrae, ga. business management alvin w. crews valdosta, ga. management donna g. crews high springs, fla. nursing marsha e. daniel waynesboro, ga. sociology michael t. darnel valdosta, ga. management anne I. deen pearson, ga. art education charles p. deloach valdosta, ga. history linda k. diedman high springs, fla. nursing ann dobson albany, ga. education newell e. dorsey tifton, ga. physical education - 212f2'l3 wilma j. folsom hahira, ga. psychology carol a. foster gray, ga. nursing alan r. franklin valdosta, ga. business administration Chloe g. gaines albany, ga. nursing Connie m. gainous Cairo, ga. business, education faye w. gardner valdosta, ga. psychology jan george valdosta, ga. nursing Catherine I, gillis waycross, ga. business administration juanita l. gilmer boston, ga. psychology mark a. gilpatrick valdosta, ga. elementary education bobby I. greer tifton, ga, sociologyfcriminal justice james e. greer valdosta, ga. pre-dentistry virginia a. griffith waynesboro, ga. elementary education john d. haddock valdosta, ga. biology james r. hanson valdosta, ga. political science Christine harrington brunswick, ga, psychology patricia e. harrison griffin, ga. psychology helen e. hawkins thomasville, ga. special education mary k. hedderman griffin, ga. speech education robert w. hickey meigs, ga. accounting gaynell p. higginbotham gray, ga. nursing david w. hinson homerville, ga. music education pamela w. hinson homerville, ga. elementary education karen l. holladay waycross, ga. nursing - wg-N., V. is ,, ,X Q ,iii . .., I 'QT ,.1.- 'Q'- 1 wg-1 11 's MV' x cv V.. 1 f"f 5' -,-aw .0 ,y F., .:-r- X ab. - 'X v-"'5 Q fs. , ' ,r carol j. holland kathleen, ga. early childhood education nancy g. holland savannah, ga. nursing karen n, holmes valdosta, ga. physical education mary s. hopper boston, ga. history carol m, irwin valdosta, ga, business education elaine s, johnson jasper, fla. mathematicsfcertification ethel e. jones climax, ga elementary education joy e. josey byronville, ga. astronomy elizabeth l. kahler albany, ga. spanish education mitchell kane reading, pa. psychology carol a. kitchens grayf ga. nursing dawn m. lancaster Chamblee, ga. sociology larry mc leod waycross, ga. music education debra m. mc neal adel, ga, business education leaanne mc nease fitzgerald, ga. elementary education james a. methvin atlanta, ga. psychology samuel j. middleton rome, ga. political science monica n. miller dublin, ga. speechfdrama virginia g. lane colquitt, ga. psychology david a. Iangley albany, ga. criminal justice james w. leister valdosta, ga. nursing lavictor a. lipscomb valdosta, ga. psychology belinda long smithville, ga. elementary education marsha m. long brunswick, ga. elementary education roy h. long boston, ga. accounting john t. lowery lakeland, fla. business administration michael a. luke nashville, ga. biology Peggy i- lynch adel, ga. business education susan l. marsh fitzergeral, ga. masters business administration rika marzban tehran, iran physicsfastronomyfpsychology luella mathis valdosta, ga. nursing norma j. maxey plant city, fla. math certification elizabeth a. mc lendon edison, ga. special education alvin w. mc leod valdosta, ga. business finance earlie m. mitchell lake park, ga. physical education joe g. mize valdosta, ga, mathematics cassie c. moore swainsboro, ga. physical, education david j. moore valdosta, ga. business administration linda b. moore valdosta, ga. english sandra I. moore valdosta, ga. management verdell d. moore nahunta, ga. special education robert l, moretz augusta, ga. pre-med biology alice b. murphey newnan, ga, art education thedas v. nadack valdosta, ga. art education thomas w. newberry colquitt, ga. business management donna p. nolan valdosta, ga. nursing rebecca e. norman tifton, ga. physical education gayle p. owens jacksonville, fla. elementary education daniel j. parker moultrie, ga. pre-law sherry k. parrish valdosta, ga, special education lynne pattishall jacksonville, fla. special education dina k. paulk pearson, ga. physical education ?""'-v ii T ZA:- I , , 'V f17'?'1 .,, - 3 23 '-R fl-lac l 24,9 ,q i- ,i f': ez' .1 W ,-, ww-,, .f-Q, fzii' as as n , 17" "5 as 55 t ' 'E 3 'V' H" O -m 5 if r ' ' A 'ri- 1 S ,, HS. 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K evelyn pierce valdosta, ga. nursing betty a. pritchard cairo, ga. secondary educationfenglish henry a. ranck live oak, fla. physics noel riimers Valdosta, ga. counseling and guidance george a. robbins waycross, ga. nursing carolyn a, roddey valdosta, ga. mathematics brenda s. ross ocilla, ga. english deborah d. ross lilburn, ga. nursing deidre russell Waverly, ga. af! earl w. sauls blackshear, ga. pre-med deryl f. serrano Valdosta, ga. sociologyfanthropolgy wesley j. sheperd waycross, ga. management jocelyn r. sherman tampa, fla. elementary education june k. simmons doerun, ga. secretarial administration richard j. slavik albany, ga. business administration james I. sledge monticello, fla. astronomy sharon k. smith darien, ga. accounting ' 2'l8f2l9 frank m. snowden fitzgerald, ga. business education richard l. sallomi thomasville, ga. psychology george r. stephenson boston, ga. art education susan p. stewart fernandina beach, fla. elementary education kathy strickland byron, ga. secretarial administration mary o. strickland homerville, ga. elementary education betty a. s. sumner lenox, ga. business education hazel a. sumner ocilla, ga, accounting david j, sutton valdosta, ga. political science danny tabb leary, ga. accounting emily k, tabb leary, ga. secretarial administration john c. takash albany, ga. physical education jimmy tanner louisville, ga. management john m. taylor alma, ga. guidance and counseling victoria l. taylor albany, ga. music education gwendolyn thompson valdosta, ga. medical technician AQ? 3 ix. Nj if ang E delmar d. todd valdosta, ga. history education byrd e. thomlinson valdosta, ga. management charles r. tucker adel, ga. physical education bradley c. tyre valdosta, ga. administration and supervision charlotte a. tyre patterson, ga. german lindsey van roekel Valdosta, ga. math certification tina n. vining adel, ga. business education danny f. waters quitman, ga. criminal justice phyllis a. whaley albany, ga. business education wayne d. wiatt valdosta, ga, pre-med james t. wilkinson valdosta, ga. guidance and counseling janie williams albany, ga. history Clifford r. wright decatur, ga. business administration john l. wright tifton, ga. accounting sharon l. yale valdosta, ga. elementary education rebecca j. youmans blackshear, ga. sociology don v. young albany, ga. physical education judith e. young thomasville, ga. sociology doris d. abrams thomasville, ga. betty k. adams milledgeville, ga. mary j. alligood thomasville, ga. gordon n, baker mcdonough, ga. robert I. beard marietta, ga. mary j. bender bradenton, fla. anne bIaCk valdosta, ga. russell C. bleakney ft. meyers, fla. Iynda e. bloodworth starke, fla. terri I. boatright alrna, ga. betty a. braswell pelham, ga. barbara a. brown madison, fla. bobbie j. bryan tifton, ga. mary j. burkhalter douglas, ga. viCki Caile thomasville, ga. marco I. Camacho Ciudad quesada, Costa riCa mary d. Castleberry thomasville, ga. velagialeti I. Charya valdosta, ga, ninaj. Coleman Chamblee, ga. diane s. Collins fitzgerald, ga. jo-ann Cowan fitzgerald, ga. derry r. Crosby Valdosta, ga. - 220f22'I 451.- v- 5-5- i 'Ox .-,I ' I ,Q iw, 1 Cy , f .A W N .N , ,N Q it x N, C L wal 1 4. 'ww sf s , ml - kg A, 'af sv 5 ,V at , 0 W ..,. av" is Q 95 ' xg Q Z, me Y 'Ag va . a .,-. A-, HG 'X ar va Q X., A V .wma ,an u jmmiw 5 Bur in hiezi, h im... 47 7 fb Mg, XM fm .av-K 'Us- , oi aff 5. 3 'Us ,jf 9. -. Q-..,. 'swam malinda m. darsey valdosta, ga. beryl h, demille thomasville, ga. k. deming valdosta, ga. james c. deshazo waycross, ga. deborah a. dixon blackshear, ga. wanda g. dominey valdosta, ga. nell w. dominey valdosta, ga, benjamin j. eckles eastrnan, ga. joyce edwards folkston, ga, malcon k. enfinger Valdosta, ga. georgia a, fallin jacksonville, fla keren e. farr waycross, ga. kari fiskaa norway Calvin j. gardner valdosta, ga. debra a, garrett tifton, ga. rhonda gaskins alapaha, ga. kathyj. goble barney, ga. richard w. gowen brunswick, ga. james m. griner valdosta, ga. Carolyn j. hagin guyton, ga. douglas r. hague pascagoula, ms. myron C. harper hornerville, ga. joy e. harrell valdosta, ga, juanita harrell douglas, ga. deborah j. harrison jacksonville, fla. katina s. hontas Canton, ohio Charles I. hopkins griffin, ga. diane hughes lake park, ga. - 222f223 X X . Yi W I ,,. 'L IVX C5 1' V 'FLM' 'H swung! "Y 'se G' I Ely. l x 1-...Q 1 W mx . 1 ff 4, wxf U " 1 "se y ' x 'tl 1 'P' Us 'f 1- 4 ,' Q 3 ff' A YI x K .+ , Jr If 3-2, I ug, l Y ff . -P K W. ix 'lg 'A 3. 1 1' SL ' v X, 'f ....-,, age yr. . , . TK, .5-f yur Q'--fo X fb N11 W 4 -v-wgx E ?"""-v .-.sq james p. humphrey climax, ga. mary 5. ingrarn colquitt, ga. irma f. jewell Iakeland, ga. Curtis a. jones valdosta, ga. glenn t. jones sautee, ga. dyannejordan blakely, ga, guy w. jordan blackshear, gat mary katsekis valdosta, ga. wesley C. king doerun, ga. robert d. Iail hammond, indian lauren I. Iapradd gainesville, fla. brenda s. larsen jesup, ga. Cynthia e. lavender sylvester, ga. gary e. lewis baxley, ga. thetis I. lightsey st. marys, ga. nancy I. malone moultrie, ga. 3 shirley lx. manning decatur, ga. mary e. marbury albany, ga. marcella l. gerry waycross, ga. anne e, masters bogart, ga. david b. mathis valdosta, ga. sharon a. matteson hazlehurst, ga. pam a. maxwell thomasville, ga ruth e, mc Clain tifton, ga. archie b. mitchell valdosta, ga. marion l. morris belle glade, fla. matthew m. moye lumpkin, ga. vincent w. musashe chicago, ill. gordon h. mushtare st. regis falls, n. y. pauline a. newman Cairo, ga. elizabeth j. petrey jacksonville, fla. hid Xse- 'F '30 I f lg ' "'3'7Zjy .gg I , ,aff ' ' 2 pk fig 5 Q rg- abyi ,',' 4' ,MK sip- 5 4 -in., ,J james h. poindexter "- 1" thomasville, ga. Cathryn m. pou metairie, louis. - 224f225 's W. I - I ,477 gf' .6 1 I -I A . , A 7 ., 'Y' 'S-5-11" vm. Y!- -5 ll Q17 marilyn f. powell lakeland, fla. Charles l. ray nashville, ga. michael C. rayburn boston, ga. patti reese waycross, ga. gwendolyn register Valdosta, ga. jeromej. register valdosta, ga. pamela revis albany, ga. james e. revis nashville, ga. danny l. riddle albany, ga. elizabeth f. roberts doerun, ga. susan j. seigler cross city, fla. joanne sirmans valdosta, ga. deborah a. sloan quitman, ga. 226f 227 'Y sandra f. Stephens valdosta, ga. Shelley sternberg jacksonville, fla. patricia steward valdosta, ga. maria Strickland atlanta, ga. martha w. sutton valdosta, ga. alice c. thorne mclean, va. L 470' 1 K at S. frances e. thornton albany, ga. melody j. townsend valdosta, ga. X 1 4-,...., N marc t. treadwell blackshear, ga. donald c. wade Cochran, ga. william h. Westmoreland high springs, fla. phyllis s. whitaker white springs, fla. sheilaj. willis waycross, ga. bonnie I. young leesburg, fla. Sllllallllllllllll as f terry l. allen decatur, ga. joy atkerson tallahassee, fla. mary dillion bagwell valdosta, ga. robert o. bagwell valdosta, ga. janice rn. bell valdosta, ga. henry m. benson atlanta, ga. frank veal blair valdosta, ga. william j. booth ii thomasville, ga. gilda f. brathewaite augusta, ga. trina a. brewer atlanta, ga. viclcie l. bruton mabelton, ga. tony albert butler baxley, ga. hildaj. Calloway quitman, ga. linda C, Campbell valdosta, ga. sara jean caponas maimi, fla. 228f 229 5 W-43.5. W' .Am Al? . ati, '44 , , Mp! K' ,Q 'st-h .4 A' if Q.. dw, Q 1 'Sv yyigw -,, xv: ' ...,. if f' to- it-"S 17' 1' . an 'CS SQ-.4 'hr ' ffir1"4" -ff- ai kenneth r. Cavanaugh warner robbins, ga. melinda a. Chorn Chamblee, ga. michael I. Clyde kewanna, indiana robert m. Cobb, jr. moultrie, ga. jane e. Collins Camilla, ga. Carol nj. Colson valdosta, ga. debra l. Connell Cairo, ga. jennifer k. Cooper barney, ga. robert l. Cork lake park, ga. james l. Courson valdosta, ga. j. Wesley Cox Columbus, ga. Charlotte, Crew whigham, ga. sam a. Curro atlanta, ga. donna I. daughtry moultrie, ga. paul a. davis Columbus, ga. Q65 J , St 'A 1 + of .J J ,rv ' I n 4- gain. .,, , ,,, i , V. 1 '. 1 4. 'j ,mf '- 41' ' fa' 4' ' 4. .U :tl A1 amiga, 4 marylynn dennis atlanta, ga. george p. derby jacksonville, fla. micheal dale dixon warner robbins afb, ga nanci C. dross marietta, ga. david leoan drummond shawnee, okla. skip dumas valdosta, ga. diana l. eve decautur, ga. terry j. feehery largo, fla. debbie lynn ford macon, ga. paul t. fulghum jacksonville, fla, george c. gerbing millwood, ga. patsy l. giddens jasper, fla, charles b. goforth vienna, ga. cathy m. goings moultrie, ga. patricia a. goldston warner robbins, ga. louis w. goolsby Cairo, ga. janet gornto perry, ga. verna r. griffis homerville, ga. mary hall rncrae, ga. raymond hamel, jr. valdosta, ga. -' 230f231 'N . u 'lg s,.4" 2 WW ..... K' A' -1- .,. . ,f gli,- 'if-.,.,- 'L ff" "mf -.Nsi PN Q. ,u..f-- x I f brigit hansen valdosta, ga. rebecca l. harris nashville, ga. nell l. hastings valdosta, ga. Carole a. haynes barney, ga. lynette herring ochlocknee, ga. ninaj, herring fernandina beac elaine d. hickman belle glade, fla. sydney e. hollis macon, ga. myrtis a. howell valdosta, ga. Creston b. ivey valdosta, ga. martin jenkins iii thomasville, ga. shannon a. klein nashville, tenn. edmond g. kosater warne robins, ga h debra carol lance waycross, ga. donna rnarie lance waycross, ga. billie k. lang brunswick, ga. sudy lenhart griffin, ga. leese anne lester thomasville, ga. nick lindsey cedartown, ga, debra ann makuch Clearwater, fla. harrell a. mann dixie, ga. carol danette martin lake park, ga. Carolyn gayle mathis homerville, ga. 1- 232f233 -4 "2 xp .. ...f - fins- 1. A Jr, 1 .7 ,fu if rrra fr -,--,e 14 1 2 -ag six., 5 A4 f C3"'!" i L . I , .ni I ur, Ma M' f .Li ' r , f -A , 1, 14 ' 'Q' i rf . ' Mig, .W ,..-W Q 3 ill 1 'V ,mv V 1 ' Qs Z 5 1 OW awesfaan fff..t'a f 4 r .W . fyfw ' tan, I, rl-Ov ' 'f M., f H- 4' 'x , . -.5 , ,, v . , ,I-f X V It xi, , na: 1 1:1 ny, "1 'gl' can -of' u 'rn' sve- nff' A-0. .-4? ..f, ,, IQ. ' ' 1092 Ill 1 MX 7... zu QXg..A self- W3 S... , 31... G! ,ik , - frm' .ia f 115, ,Qt-ltfi' -, dxf M , .tilt . ' ai' V"f . . . H -, mm t -'fb' I ,.-on , Ly A 'bwgg Q vs . 1 , :wym Yur- 4 . Q... AA mhpi QA 'V QYY S P fl,4"' da, Q. 1, W'-1 , A, Cl f 4 5 L Q-S X 1 , t l . diana l. mc cammack atlanta, ga. luberta dian mc donald adel, ga. wendell mc leod iron city, ga. gary e. mc millan thomasville, ga. theresa cheryl mc millan thomasville, ga. susan meeks nicholls, ga. cheryl l, michels oxon hill, md. helen m. michels oxon hill, md. jani miller valdosta, ga. rebecca a. millsaps warner robins, ga. malinda ann minter waycross, gat eddie lamond mirick Cairo, ga. mark stephen moak moultrie, ga. mike fleming montgomery atlanta, ga, linda brantle newby williamson, ga. james purcell newton atlanta, ga. lynn a. norris valdosta, ga. susan odom moultrie, ga. kathy et o'hara Cairo, ga. william k. pastel springfield, mass. ....... r r ? V l '15, ' magma If A ani ?5lQz'f ,-, JZ' ' 'Q .4w.,..Mv.... Mk' 0 ' , .1-f.0.4i" . V, "' 44" unisex. 'mp ., by I Q 471 4-4... i jill marie pendley decatur, ga. nancy h. pounds marietta, ga. sandra gayle prince waycross, ga. martha l. rarnmel atlanta, ga. betty ann rampley valdosta, ga. Claudia ellen register waycross, ga. sherry joy rentz moultrie, ga. cathy rich quitman, ga. steven scott riley jacksonville, fla. marcia jean robertson winter garden, fla. '- 234f235 pn- Q '9 .ASQ '-,X X Y'-Q...-. 1 . f or-ar ws.. 44.4- Q "s-..,,,,,,, ' V ,N nova,-4. 41" "A pos my 1, vx 5 ef' ,Q F 4 K3 A ip- 'I ' 1, Y 5 if .A , 1- f nj . 4' 45 .rfri , -4- , -n . A' 4, If V . - ' ff - ' ' f . f -mfpfvff 'V ' 5" 1 J l aj fy kia ,, WY M'-' ar-'ffl f ' 'ah 'vs ,M .. u " Q, s, .Q .'6'4 1 '11 Q any aff' fp, 4 , ,, 2 rr ji 'QR of 'lr--'I . , ,M ' .'A 1 'A f" 'Qw- fs 'VA 3+ I sgx QA Huw., gayle fields roberts moultrie, ga. james mayo robinson Valdosta, ga. a. michael ross milner, ga. bonnie jan royster lincoln, r,i, david randolph rozier brunswick, ga. anthony r. santoro mcrae, ga. susan joy scott atlanta, ga. david b. seay atlanta, ga. Iaurie dunlar shields jacksonville, fla. carolyn ann simpson albany, ga. andrew eugene smith warner robins, ga. deborah lynn smith jacksonville, ga. lynda jean smith valdosta, ga. sandy smith miami, fla. wilhelmina smith newnan, ga. karen elaine spires cordele, ga. cindy I. stanton atlanta, ga. herbert lee stoddard thomasville, ga. elizabeth e. strickland if brunswick, ga. j. norman Strickland lake park, ga. martha h. tanner valdosta, ga. letitia taylor hazelhurst, ga. Constance thompson valdosta, ga. mike k. thompson valdosta, ga. william p. thorton warner robbins, ga barbara a. tonning waycross, ga. marcia m. trawick thomasville, ga. kirk e. turner atlanta, ga. john d. turrentine,jr. homerville, ga. john t. van duesen atlanta, ga. sunn e. varn thomasville, ga. patricia a. Vaughn rhine, ga. fracine d. wade cochran, ga. 1 236f237 in Unk 1-'N 'Ut in-p KWH? in.. ish, CS gin, 3. 7 , judy I. walker pearson, ga. timothy h. ward sale city, ga. -7'-xfaz TN? ,0"' T wt. 31 WW ,, ,gf rita a. wedincamp jesup, ga. sharon a. whigam folkston, ga. deborah a. willis bainbridge, ga. donna e. wilson thomasville, ga. richard l. wood ellenwood, ga. catherine m. woodruff marietta, ga, tim wright adel, ga. debra yark boca raton, fla. vicki d. yauck thomasville, ga. iraj zamani valdosta, ga. at v 1 'fs .11 if 59.2 . 'Y' H! fl? W sham, if -we-A-9' kathryn t. abbruzzese hilliard, fla. john s. allen jacksonville, fla. emily d. anderson lake park, fla. sue baker norman park, ga. stephanie I. bannister keystone heights, fla. katherine n. barber powder springs, ga. raymond wi barnes st. marys, ga. deedee d. barrineau valdosta, ga. deborah l. batten alma, ga. glenda m. battle bainbridge, ga. rhonda l. bell doerun, ga. sarah a. bessonette homerville, ga, muriel a, blasingame neptune beach, fla, ellen e. braddy dublin, ga. david l. branch valdosta, ga, - 238f 239 -1 'i l S r Q, ,. R. rw Q' +' y 155' 1' Q! : Q , '- ,gp gh , 1' . f 1 f -1, ' fl 'li "2.Q,Z,., -4 A, . " .sy ,rr f k . , M, 3 4 v, X, 4. 2, v K5 'zz- -9-..,, 1... 'Trl swf --1-. i -v" K- S A 1. It . gl , :ik if 4' X1 ,frwsliniem 'll ,OA .,- we I N - ii--. 54 ' - 4 ir, A! I' 'A W. Q....... A' fn 15 M-W carol a. breedlove Columbus, ga. teresa m. bremer tucker, ga. brenda I. brown brooklet, ga. cheryl d. brown sparks, ga. ronald r. brzowski brunswick, ga. ken r. buckley gainesville, fla. kent a. buescher valdosta, ga. clyde w. burnham valdosta, ga. john h. burroughs moultrie, ga. linda I. cadou Sheppard afb, tx. william t. carter valdosta, ga. carol I. Cartwright jacksonville, fla. cathy a. cavanaugh drexel mill, pa. nancy e. Chaney valdosta, ga. ray Chauncey woodbine, ga, susan C. Cicatko kingsland, ga. Iydia d. Clayton oCilla, ga, steven a. Corbett maxwell afb., ala. elizabeth 0. Cowart hahira, ga. laura e. Cowart dawson, ga. linda d. Cravey valdosta, ga. welda Cribb willaCo0Chee, ga. oscar l. Crumbley macon, ga. jamie a. Culpepper atlanta, ga. david dean quitman, ga. gary e. deforest donalsonville, ga susan e. dixon maCon, ga. Cecil l. donahou, jr. sycamore, ga. 1 240f241 -fs., Kwvll' 1 f"ff"'f' k Ml -,,,,,. JU!" :ggi ia.. 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' ' '----'- " ,f"""MMw TN' I is -wx 5 is W' 'W 5 4' ,UNK 2 3. f f it vt .A ' its we X 'wiv' xg 41- -nv malcolm douglas norcross, ga. david j. dowdy Sylvester, ga. porter r. downey iii roswell, ga. robert drukenmiller hapeville, ga. jill I. duncan moultrie, ga. ruthie c. durant dublin, ga. nancy e. edmunds jacksonville, fla. mark b. elliot covington, ga. nancy j. elton hazelhurst, ga. frank flanagan marietta, ga. janet c. fleming jacksonville, fla. james m. floyd harlem, ga. pat I. foley chamblee, ga. wanda k. gibson dublin, ga. debbie l. gilmer brunswick, ga. carolyn gloss dublin, ga. kathrun a. gobler jacksonville, fla. sybil j. gooden alma, ga. lucius l. gordon, jr. jacksonville, fla. william c. griffin valdosta, ga. randall a. guhl atlanta, ga. charles p. gunnels richland, ga. robert w. hagan atlanta, ga. mary a. hammock dublin, ga. donna r. hand jacksonville, fla. anne hardin albany, ga. deborah a. harrison jacksonville, fla. lewis e. hay donalsonville, ga, barbara a. heim atlanta, ga. alma-jo hogeland miami springs, fla. sharon a. hornes quitman, ga. denise I. houck macon, ga. madonna s. howze fitzgerald, ga. 1242f243 3 , f ' .R . . :J bf' 'mm ""',,,,,.++"?v'f.9- HW-715 Qahvii'-g'!v'Lwlkig1 4 M5122 .Y Tax v -2:5 2 2, ' ' ' godfrey hunter naylor, ga. beverly lc. irvin thomaston, ga. virginia l. jackson atlanta, ga. marilyn johnson valdosta, ga. carol s, jones pelham, ga. josephine e. jones U K albany, ga. paula l. jones waycross, ga. leila g. lafon atlanta, ga. Www, 7 '. ff . 5 , gsm: ,QffffI:' M 'Wk' ' 4 J M f fiery, , Q ' bl- 1: l'!Y1QQ?w'-rmm,,,,,, j MR, ,Y my -A I -- VMWM M-25.1, wh Wm W ,, 1 mm. fx., 'l?rW46-ig! 'il fi' - nn 'mf Q Q if ik., Q6 james t. lang st. petersburg, fla. Cathy law alma, ga. sheila leahy albany, ga. lawrence g. lee pearson, ga, '- 24414245 lisa a. leland tallahassee, fla. miriam r. lester thomasville, ga. katherine m. link marietta, ga. kathy 5. link ocala, fla. steve lutz reading, pa. susan m. lynch albany, ga. allison mackenzie gainsville, fla. cindy l. martin albany, ga. jan m. martin dalton, ga. debbie l. mathis homerville, ga. martha a. mc call quincy, fla. barbara j. mc cambridge gulf breeze, fla. linda g. mc carthy jacksonville, fla. michael h. mc clung thomasville, ga. laura k. mc curley atlanta, ga. steve m. mc diffitt new martinsville, w.va. mx s 1 . 1 'UN Q--a iflx -Q 4? X x .J 1-hs' -A ' Q -xx Vf,f. ff" . 9 'is S 1 X 'i , K it 'wx xv 'WD P 4 .N 'I 'Q 505 s-55 .ir Q Q . i- , 7 97 'R K' I wg, , O s. 'Q' 1 , ,dN"S" F Xi ' I Vx -. N 4? I-S ,n K4 L T 4' n-.X xx 1 Q 'Y ia Q' 1 fl 1 six 246f 247 X harold b. pattishall jacksonville, fla. alpheus m. phillips iii macon, ga. james e. piland pelham, ga. judith f. poore mcrae, ga. Constance a. popwell hawkinsville, ga. janet m. ray elberton, ga. r. jeff redden winter park, fla. Cynthia l. register Chula, ga. pw. '7fI."TYK gh- gg r-+ 5 vu. uhm is i fx 'iii ff av ll ra YQD 'Q-4 K, Qrr N 1' fi .,- ,. 39" flbgk 'watt .aswv's...,v:r. . QV .K T of ik P' ,. , ,x f 1 - 4 , X '- Qfx "av 0 martha l. riley jacksonville, fla, randall h, rogers valdosta, ga. dave p. roth alpharetta, ga. william b. royal valdosta, ga. lisa rush kingsland, ga. william f. ryals augusta, ga. theola e, samra bapeville, ga. mary a. sapp alma, ga. Carol sears nichols, ga. tom m. seegmueller albany, ga. linda a. shaver brooklet, ga. john w. sherrerjr. griffin, ga. if 'vxg -og 'mf 9 N...! , xx-, 1 N X f-R -s s A. , Q ' ' if z Yi, lglft fer. l fi ' V .." - 9 fi . I- ' A 4 . g I l. 8. linda l. shiver quitman, ga. barbara e. skinner griffin, ga. madeline s. smith valdosta, ga. renne r. sparks moultrie, ga. catherine l. statom moultrie, ga. diana steed fitzgerald, ga. X K A wif! 5 2 3+ phyllls yvonnc thornton subuh Ullman dec-ma lea tomberlln X I if 'iw 'LQ "ff- -...us I S: K 'vi A i- ...., JJ: of aff r' 5' Z s--.s 1- 2 1. 1 .,, .H 'Nh Q..- i S ? l f ' . iff am., Q? I ,F yz. wwf. - 1 if michael leigh tornlinson jacksonvillt-, lla. stephon magrudor tomlinson valdosta, ga. vashti touchlon jacksonvillm-, lla. ginny turner atlanta, ga. william allen tyler jacksonvillv, fla. kay uliano dublin, ga. dennis viclt moultric, ga, debra ann wall blackshear, ga. kathoryn ann Washburn warner robins, ga. susan lc. weave-r Valdosta, ga. gina marie Wiggins fitzgerald, ga. gail ieanne williams atlantic bch, fla. debra kay wright scrcven, ga. verna jayne wynn screven, ga. roy rn. young albany, ga. christine zagor griffin, ga. joseph 1.11-iglt-r valdosta, ga. iimmlt s. walter martin president s. walter martin james g. Connell, jr. administrative assistant james I. black administrative assistant andrew j. bond dean of student affairs saraj. fickertt dean of women fl 1 2 3 , 5' fsC'f5!"' v ' 'vwxj"j:. Q 'kiilfiiff ai -1 ,Vs -1283 .1- Wgv ,. N . ,, X1 william e. moore, jr. registrar mark camp assistant registrar b. duncan brantley purchasing agent alex b. mcfadden director of fine arts inman l. grimsley director of personnel j. marion franklin director of auxiliary cnterprises james cl. daniels dean of arts and scicnccs arnold l. addington dean of business administration john vv. Ietson dean of school of education david e. lloyd budget officer J ff Af' in . a , y Q m- ..., , Q. 5, ,Am f o ai ' Q91 . ' 1 47" H . , , x 5 , if- f 'Nw ' ,P "2 if If-I Jig?- Vg' I-fgffgfj - J" lin V . Q, -1 wiv. P- ' 2 P ' ' ' 1. 'PRR " ff: ,-4 QQ- - 3. 5 .1 '. ' e,-STH' '- za 11 LU V 'L'1"k51'2nr. "1 ' ' F' J Q f Q 49, . uw," 4 . , l' .-jrgi - . :'fft 'V' , V I. f'r,,4S gi . r V I W I .P ' Aff: 3 . " A 'w if vf if-,l x x ' x yn x ,. f'N..Z,,A . .N . , V. D ' 4 ,v ,, I T' af r D 1 0 is in joel p. hunnicutt chief of security f. lamar pearson dir. of div. of graduate studies david r. goodsell assoc, dir. of public services thomas w. gandy dir. of public services thera 0. hambrick director of library tom melton building maint. superintendent virginia m. harmeyer dir. of division of nursing mack v. greer college physician barney griffis grounds super. lt. col. Wm. c. griffin head of div. of aerospace studies horace rn. watkins asst. to dir. of public service e. john evans warehouse superintendent EJ vi! A , '- J Y -Yr" "lk I , ,, . v ,Y-. 4. .1 ,S '- gyfvvw V gs' 'IIC f 8 . 'l yew ,sf new th, . 5, ml, V V I. A 2 I - ,.wv?V:A,W 10 '3 ,W .C pl' 0 41 ' 131' 5' ,E . ., K ..r , 0. 5 G . 'Q , . I C 5,3 k. U' fi x 2 ar , arson 1 2 Q :gg-,f I I suns: 1 o , ., 5 1 M.. , .Q ' 'SJFV -1 9 ,Q 'i Q f kay V' gi xx gs D' - - e- - ' ."0.'- ', ,fxx 'I A ' , . X K ' x wi. xx J.- f :I lfa',,1': 5 J O Q- .,, ,. 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' L I I I .gf 3 4 4' , X N'W '-uw.. ,M .J '-,xii ' l ,,,..u-H-' K richard t. saeger assistant prof. of political science bill morrow 7. provisional head of political science alfred w. melton 8 dept. head of sociology willa f. valencia 9 dept. head of english donald l. duncan dept. head of math 10 ronald l. barnette acting head of philosophy 11 william m. gabard dept. head of history harry m. duvall dept. head of chemistry jose b. fernandez dept. head of m.f.l. robert l. little provisional head of geology and geography william e. daughdrill asst. prof. of geology julianj. schreur dept. head of physics clyde e. connell dept. head of biology in.. 'lfunuq-wwf'-mv-vs A ! ,. y , l ., .4 1' . .. ,.- ....w....w-ww A ,S "several years ago i wrote 'bull' in re- sponse to a student's answer to a test question. since i always allow students to comment on my grading, i am used to their citing references, textbook no- tations, or class notes in defense of what they have written. the student on whose paper i had written 'bull' wrote me the following note: dear dr. addington, i thought you would ask this question. as you know, there was nothing in the textbook related to the question. last night i went to the library to try to find the answer, but i couldn't find anything related to the question. I am sorry that you considered my response 'bull', but unfortunately i had nothing more to go on than your class lectures. some years have passed since i re- ceived that note. i have never again written 'bull' on a student's paper. i have attempted to upgrade my lectures and to remember that both professors and students are human beings." a. l. addington, dean EC' Q I Yay, .Wi-h.2"' fli- lin. f' ZEGQ .II W' "education and research have been my main interests. i have done research on selection for qualitative traits in mice, inheritance of six toes, simulation of farm animal population, and inheritance of growth. i have received a b.s. and an m.s. in animal science and genetics and i am currently completing the requirements for my ph.d. my philosophy in teaching is that a teacher's first concern and responsibility is to his students and that a teacher is no better than his students demand him to be." walter g. bran nen QQ: 3, igfw,,.,,w .aff ,- , 9, 3 , Z H s 1 1 1 X I fmt Mnuvff ? 75" tr 'fp A ,,, 2 j'-1:51 31272552 " c ," L-wa ' d 1 ' ' ' - 4- ,, , ' Q-' 1' '.-2'-' 1 ,Aix '- ff'--V--" ' nifty 'i lift si Z" ' JJ A New as X i l MK i . tilhitla Lie nuAav ' 6 7 5 9 zisuisis ', azozizzza J uns z "to spend eight years working with the juvenile court and seeing every type domestic problem from child abuse to attempted murder, one can only them realize what a pleasant atmosphere prevails on a college campus. to witness the agony in a child's eyes when he is taken away from home and placed in a youth development center for rehabilitation or to see the anguish in parents' eyes when all their parental rights have been severed by a court order is enough to give one bleeding ulcers. to be fortunate enough to come from the environ- ment to the warm, carefree, fun- loving atmosphere on vsc's campus is a wonderful experience. everyday is like sunday on the farm." ken ferrell 2363 I 'W unagme dun when nw mudenm and coHeaguesseeine or hear my name they think of things like: biologyg pick-up truckg buHdog --rnaybe in reverse order! i have severalinteresw and hobbmsiwhkhi Uyto Gwnbme whh andindudein my work. after all, going fishing can be construed as a field trip to coHectspecunens - bug unfonunaudy one canW coHect n1Heage costsfrorn the coHege for U15 type Hresearch'C ilove dogg and buHdogs have beconwernyfavorue breed.rnyiNMe, donnhy,and ibecmheinvowed whh dune dogsthrough our son,danny,and hh wHe,lwL who me nmqfpeopkgthh Ml named when we began babyahungtheh buHdogg abnerand abigail, while they were travelling about the world. beauregard B aregnuued enghsh buHdogg he B Hve yeam oki and he B thethud buHdogto amend vxion aregMarba9s he B now conuienng hh sophonuxe yean hw gpaisan beg borderhne, and most of his wrinkles are due to worry - especially about the rising junior exams! his favorite courses are ornithology and eomogy Qnce he deadylovesthe Hekltnps he doesnR Hkelab worktoo weH 9nce,Hke odNn'mudentg he hasnever mastered use of the microscope. he helps with student advis- ing, but he B fartoo lenkuu. he wouki approve aH drop cards and he doesnW conskku overdeeping Wickns anydung to wmwry about when not on a Hekltnp orin the pkk-up Uuck,he pndersto deep hwrny ofhce ckne beskkethe book- shelves. although he reads pretty well, he prefers to absorb knowledge along a favorable diffusion gradient from high to low while sleeping - a trick he has learned from some other nwunbem ofthe Mudentbody.irounethe booksfnmn upper tolowershewesaherhe hasexuaded dltheinkwnmuon he can fnanithose atthe baselevek atIeasL he has gravhyiNork- ingforhhnln clyde connell ,4-B wmv ' ' -.W , -. o OGY 'll A ll '-you y M-',,p 1 I 4 ,Qfki .fin ii 'AN 1, 9,11 "i am an avid hobbyist in the areas of 'ham' radio and antique car restoration. i have carried radio equipment to many parts of the world like central america, new- foundland, and the middle east, from which regions i have maintained contact with radio friends back in geor- gia. i have erected radio antennas at church mission stations in a number of countries. for the last year i have been restoring a 1933 rolls royce automobile, and have been an active participant in the rolls royce owner's club, an international organization that specializes in the care and feeding of this classic car. i am the author of numerous articles on such literary figures as john donne, robert frost, walt whitman, geof- frey chaucer, and jane austeng and other articles treat- ing the relationship of science and literature. i have also written a book of poetry, this the while, and a novel, fire from the flint." raymond cook K, " x yi . 54 6 .fax nl "being educated in public universities in the north, east and south and having taught in private universities in each of these areas has given me the opportu- nity to see the changes through the years. i hope the future continues to move toward individual development and away from a standardized system, thus the student will be better pre- pared to serve and become involved in his society. teaching at vsc, a public institution, is a new experience for me and i do appreciate the privilege allowed to experiment with different methods and modes of teaching. , we all are fortunate here at vsc to be in the center of higher education in the southeast, the accessibility to so many educational facilities allows one to be involved in so many different enrich- ment programs. my life away from the classroom re- flects my interest in life. my teaching field is in the area of marketing and my main hobby is evaluating retail stores, as well as to observe the changes tak- ing place in advertising. but most of all i enjoy working around our home with my wife." chaunceyelkins 5 l l ..-A ..,.. JW' -- "E l .Q ,nv "though art has always been my main interest, i have had and still have other interests. for instance, i swam com- petitively in regional meets from ages 7-11 and 13-15 and i've been interested in music since i was eight years old. from the ages 8 to 15 i took piano lessons and from 15 to 20 i studied voice in athens, georgia, atlanta, and at duke university. during this time i soloed in musicals, concerts and churches. after graduating with a major in psychol- ogy at duke, i began a triple oriented masters at the uni- versity of georgia in studio art, art history, and art educa- tion. my other areas of interest are history, literature and phil- osophy. but, my main interests now are my 5 lb. yorkshire terrier and my new home in the big city of hahira, georgia. 2966 l if 2 43 XI .. . - . - ,3-'- ' 1 .-. , A ..' ,.. 44, A fp My My , I "in addition to having the longest service at v.s.c. as a full professor since 1958, i am also the longest holder of the p.h.d. degree, having received the degree in 1936 at the age of 25. during my early life, i held many jobs such as delivery boy at a market, and newspaper boy on neighborhood routes in washington, d.c. i also delivered papers at the house of representatives and the senate office building from 1920 to 1927. when i was in the 7th and 8th grades, we had a news- paper boy's band, which included having our own trolley car, and at one time, singing christmas carols for woodrow wilson. after receiving my p.h.d., i worked as a research fellow at the university of virginia, a research chemist at e.i. dupont de nemours and co., inc., thiokol chemical company and the masonite corporation. from 1958 i have been a pro- fessor of chemistry and head of the chemistry department here at v.s.c." harry duvall ,... 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" A I A ..,. ,.., ,. , up-11, N- -- fu'-L - '- '09-if 2367 "at my stage in life, perhaps my chief interestis my family, with emphasis on my grandchildren: brett, age 6, stephanie, age 7, and ashley, age 3. my only real hobby is walking -for my health and for fun. i try to do at least 2 miles a day, but a busy schedule here and out of town keep me from sticking to it. my wife enjoys walking, too. we walk a great deal on the golf course at lake francis, where we have a home, but i don't play golf. in my younger days i played a lot of tennis. mrs. martin and i swim at lake francis in warm weather, also. some of my spare time is given to the promotion of united methodist men in the south georgia conference of which i am president. i also enjoy rotary work." s. walter martin ii ......-15' .1 ix - ,215 , lm , 10' '- f l it 1,V:- . fr "'- P 268 1 4 3 :- l 1 ' I 8 4 .Q . , 2 423 af i ' Z N4 fi- -ai 716 1 I 1 f.. . lgyga F I i A 2 I V Z if ' f V li L ' f ,," -. . .'si1. ,. tr 4 5 91.1 "Y-Q -.- ,. "my life at vsc began in 1944, the year i graduated from louisiana state univer- sity. i taught fall quarter, then i married and resigned to be with my husband, an air force lieutenant stationed in florida. i returned to valdosta in 1945, when my husband left the service and we decided to make our home here. at that time, vsc was georgia state women's college, a very small liberal arts college for women. the faculty now is as large as the student body was when i began teaching. the faculty then knew all the students, and the students knew each other. i rode to school on a bicycle, since we could not afford a car. the streets at the college were not paved and there were only three or four build- ings. after the birth of my two sons, i returned to vsc. by then, 1955, we had the present gymnasium and several other buildings. the college was co-educa- tional and growing steadily. for a number of years, i was sponsor of a swim- ming club tfins and flippersl, which produced a water show each spring. since my field is physical education, i feel that this area of education is unique in that it may contribute to physical development. but it is also important because of the social and emotional values which may be gained in play and in compe- tition, in winning and losing. i think the important thing is for students to par- ticipate and not depend on spectator sports for entertainment, for then their only experience is vicarious." matilda mathis 'W KI: "i am a native of konigsburg, in east prussia, and i lived in germany before, during, and after wwll in 1944. i was drafted into the german air force, and served as lieutenant in charge of 200 girl mechanics. i came to the u.s. in 1949, and became a citizen in 1954. i have a b.a. in history and an m.a. in german language and literature, and a ph.d. in humanities. i have been in charge of vsc's german program since 1969. i had three sons who were born in portland, oregon. andy was killed while serving with the u.s. air force in thailand. vsc has an andy koppy memorial fund, which is intended to be used for scholarships once it has accumu- lated enough money. i spent the academic year 1972- 73 in west germany, where i did research at several univer- sities on an east german contemporary author." ingeborg koppy fra "this must be hollywood." that's what i tried to convince myself as i looked around the dingy 8'x8' room. a glaring bulb dangled by a frayed wire from the cracked ceiling. one of the peeling, dirty, seasick green walls was decorated by a portrait of josef stalin. the shaky table and chair groaned as i nervously readjusted my position. it was no movie set. i was sitting in an interrogation room waiting to be questioned by the police in communist east berlin. and i had once thought education was fun. it all began in 10th grade when i 'borrowed' some flash powder from a visiting g.e. science program and sprinkled it on the toilets in the girls bathroom. i quietly waited for the end-of-period bell. it rang. the girls rushed in. screams! stampede! it was there, amid the billowing blue smoke and convul- sive laughter, that was born my undying faith that the pursuit of an education could be fun. no one was immune from the later elected 'court jester of the class of '58.' there was mr. o'shea. he was the type of coach who would have come to our formals in black tie and sweats. he had a nasty habit of showing off his tarzan-like antics, that is, until he jumped on the climbing rope i had untied. poor mr. o'shea lay on the floor looking like a pale meatball draped in rancid spagetti. my belief then followed me to college in such forms as the still i helped to build during night organic chem. lab tone of us was always elected to go to a supply house for the compound we had to produce? or as the signs, 'eat at ioe's,' printed on slides of liver flukes. one outstanding antic was the time idrilled a fine hole in a dissecting pan. the next day i, as a lab assistant, con- nected a fine wire to the mouth of an ugly sandworm intended for dis- section that day by a young lady. the 'loaded' pan was at one end of the table and i at the other. the girl meekly struck at the worm. i pulled. the worm jumped. the girl jumped. it took us five minutes to revive her. one joke i reluctantly pulled. it taught me a great deal about teachers, students and education. i had unknowingly walked into a mid-term after a three week bout with first a cracked skull and then walking pneumonia. the prof refused to postpone the exam. i sat quietly in the class. kept my blue- book and took it home where i wrote the answers to the problems. i then stepped on the exam to leave footprints on the cover. next day i came to class early, placed the exam under the prof's desk and sheepishly watched him notice the 'dropped' exam. he quickly snatched it up. i got a 'c'. he deserved it, and so did i. though my faith in education's delight continued on into graduate school - more in the form of puns known campus-wide as "schmierics" - i had begun to get hints of the dangers of an education. i'm not talking of a 6'6", 270 lb giant who stalked into the kitchen during my first day on the job as a short- order cook. with evil in his eye he asked: "are you the bride who tried to cook this meal?" i soon found out, with egg in my eye, 'want another egg' was not the correct answer. i'm not talking about getting out of rhythm while un- loading a truck of manure - another of my many working-my-way-through- college-joys -- and being buried under a ton of the stuff. it wasn't enough i nearly suffocated. when i came home i was greeted with a broom my mother wielded like a shotgun until iundressed and hosed down in the yard. and streaking is a new fad? i'm talking about an arching newspaper i threw as a 4:00 a.m. newsboy that sailed through a bedroom window and receiving a call from the customer complimenting me on my efficiency, but in the future -. i'm talking of delivering the mail while a vicious pekinese is lunging at me. as i was about to strike the pedigreed mutt, a little old lady rushed out yelling: 'don't!! wait. he doesn't take big bites!!! and now i am being interrogated for what i soon learn is a charge of suspicion of subversion. five hours, 10 lbs., and a gallon of sweat later i was released. i returned to the u.s. still convinced of the joys of education, but forever leary of its lurking dangers." 270 4 is ra Em" Q a. 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' it A-x W I 7 3 Q 1 'l about the only thing exciting about me is the fact that i wear cowboy boots and i have a doctor's degree in the tape recorder. i play the recorder tmusical instrument! for my class when i teach them how to use the tape re- corder tmechanical instrumenti. david spillers s 271 'Y . 3 xx-we x 4" ' ' rs i .wn1,l!1! , ,gr 2 - a W5 5 if , ,X 1 .1 "i came to vsc in 1967 from mercer university where i had been chairman of the speech and drama de- partment, debate coach and faculty parliamentarian for 17 years. while as vsc, i have been involved in getting the speech and drama program certified by the board of education. this gives vsc a distinct advantage over many other speech departments in the state as our students graduating with speech education are now qualified to teach speech and drama in almost any state in the union. the highlights of my teaching career have been traveling with young people to professional meet- ings and debate tournaments. sometimes we were lucky and traveled by jet as we did to reno, nevada, where we were entertained by the "uranium king". sometimes we motored as we did to harvard with six of us snuggled among the blankets attempting to keep warm as we slid through the ice and snow, sometimes to new orleans and mobile during mardi gras. the educational business was always first but just as educational were china town, bourbon street night clubs, harold's club, etc. imagine my surprise when each debator showed up with an i.d. card, stat- ing he was over 20 years old. any student who ever traveled with me knows my love for "green stamps". in fact, one of my col- leagues met at the national speech convention with the accusing look, "helen, you didn't make those students push that car to the next filling station just so you could get green stamps, did you?" other than my profession, my hobbies are in art, music, swimming, woodwork, and traveling." helen g. thornton 272 "contrary to popular opinion, i was not discovered under a rock in tasmania. rather, i was born in montgomery, ala. i was reared in pascagoula, miss., and my friends say this, and the fact that i spent four years of high school at castle heights military academy, explain many things. i profited greatly from my high school experience, as i meteorically rose through the ranks of the u.s. army to the position of p.f.c. during my 18 months service in chinhae, korea. upon my return to citizenship, i entered millsaps college, to the eternal regret of president smith and his faculty. upon graduation i became, in succession, a heavy equipment operator, an insurance underwriter and adjuster, manager of a finance company, a production expediter, and a high school band and chorus director twith side jobs as a radio announcerl. after this period of oc- cupational stability, i began to go back to graduate school during the 17 years i spend as a band and chorus director. i accumulated along the way a masters degree in music education, philosophy, and sociology. i am currently working on my sole remaining requirement for the ph.d., my "'8f0f0--! l' dissertation. having reached that financially rewarding peak of professionalism where i can delegate all manual labor beneath my dignity to artisans texcept carpentry, plumbing, drain cleaning, and electrical wiring, which i do, by necessity, on our homej, i have now taken up auto mechanics as a savings device - i cost less than a mechanic. on sunny days i can be seen in the company of sundry delta sigs tunwise enough to ask me to be their sponsor. they will be excommunicated nationally i have no doubt.I, playing with my engine analyzer, timing light, wrenches, screwdrivers, and other toys. all in all, a drab, normal life. see?" emory warrick T ,fffl ' i ' N 273 A-Q, H ff ' .s , 1-gg gs , no ' '45 Ill 1' A-" us .1 -0-1-A I 'gfflipsf 1 ti Q , xi:-. ,, K N , wg 5, J' E X. 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