Valdosta State University - Pinecone Yearbook (Valdosta, GA)

 - Class of 1976

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A v -1 x 'QA'-Q' A 1 "fn," , -1 -ll 4 V-8 CONTENTS Year in Review .... 6 Faculty ........... 38 Sports ........... 64 Organizations ..... 104 Honors!Beauties. . .136 Creeks ........... 158 xx yi , h Special Events .... 190 ' Classes .......... 232 Ads ..... .... 2 64 Closing ... .... 280 lax .Y OUR FRIENDS, OUR MEMORIES, OUR PASTTIMES 5 THE YEAR HN REVIEW SEPTE BER FRESHMEN ADIUST REGISTRATION RUSH PARTIES On September 14, 1975, the quiet, peaceful VSC campus was invaded by hundreds of cars unloading thousands of students, parents, brothers, and sisters at the various dorms. lnvariably each person could be seen car- rying a box full of items necessary to transform a simple dorm room into a students' home- away-from-home for the next year. The impressions students get on their first day at school are impressions that will remain with them throughout their stay. The beauty of the campus, the carnival-like atmosphere of the dorm and the first taste of cafeteria food will linger in the minds of all students for some time to come. lt is always easy to tell who the freshman are - they are the ones with the most relatives and the most boxes. Blank, vacant looks are on their faces as they wander from building to building trying to figure out where they are, while at the same time telling their parents not to worry about them because they will do just fine. After a few pictures for the grandparents, it's time for the parents to leave. Many freshman feel a lump in their throat as their parents drive off and they realize that college life is something they will have to face on their own. They have arrived. They will never quite be the same again. I . Lil There is only one word for registration at VSC- frus- tration. Registration at VSC has always been a hassle. Usually it meant waiting in long lines in the hot gym. This year, however, registration was moved to the air- conditioned confines of the Education Center. Despite the increased creature comforts, the frustra- tion of registration is still there and will probably remain forever. The long lines, particularly for English, History, and P.E. courses, have been moved inside cramped rooms, sometimes extending out into the hallway. The hallways themselves have become danger- ous highways with a constant flow of high speed traffic as students scurry about madly trying to get to the En- glish room before their course closes out. With patchwork schedule in hand, students go to the fee payment area to deplete their checkbook and fill our the many colored cards which tell everything about you. And then, as if to record you for immortality your I.D. picture is made, showing a face of either frustration in getting a terrible schedule or pure joy in just getting out of registration alive. s' , 1 yi. 0 A yearly ritual at VSC is the Creek Rush, held during the first ten days of Fall Quarter. It is a high-pressure game in which an individual tries to favorably impress a fraternity or sorority. Likewise, the fraternities and sororities do their best to impress the most students. Rush consists of nightly informal parties, a weekend dance, formal gatherings called smokers, or ice-water teas. All during this time, the rushee is meeting new people and trying hard to remember their names. When a person gets a bid from a fraternity or sorority it is usually the most important moment of their young college life. The many new friends he or she will make as fraternity brothers or sorority sisters are friends they will keep for the remainder of their college career. Having survived rush, the new Greek system member is ready to go on to pledge training and the ultimate goal of Greek life-initiation. Most Greeks on the VSC campus were introduced to the Greek system through rush. Rush is an event that will remain in their memories as long as they stay at VSC. Ak-Junta-n -...,.-sq 'rv -- f-- QCTQBER JIMMY WALKER CROSS COUNTRY MEET FALL CGNVOCATION jimmy Walker is one of the funniest commedians around today. He is also a well-known actor, starring as jj in the popular television series "Good Times" and in the motion picture "Let's Do It Again." On October 22, VSC students got an opportunity to see this fast-rising star in person as he performed his comic routine to a packed crowd at the VSG Gym. All of those in attendance came away with the same feeling- he's dyn-o-mite? The annual VSC Blazer Cross Country Invitational was held on October 18, 1975. This event was won by the host Blazers. VSC's George Whitmire won in- dividual honors with a record time of 25:35 for the five-mile course. 'W -iff- mi' , U ' x .W . , ....,.. A-ea Ks., 9- -L.: Z 5 , 4 1 5 BON 4 2 l 1 3 1 l vga zz sf if D W 1 K. Dr. Donald Ratajczak, Director of Economic Forecasting at Georgia State University was the featured speaker at the Fall Convocation on Wednesday, October 1. Dr. Ra- tajczak spoke on the state of the economy. Also present at the event were the President's Freshmen Scholars, who were introduced by VSC Vice President Dr. W. Ray Clere. I fi r H ', 4 v I t " ,dy ' , V l ' , W bf, , I F L 3: f . 5 Q .: . . , fa-,Lai ff- J ft . -4- M: x at 't,Y . ir, ,.,:-. I 9 QVEIVIBER "THE STAR SPANCLED GIRL" TKE CALENDAR CIRL LADY BLAZERS VOLLEYBALL The Fall Production of the VSC Department of Speech and Drama was Neil Simon's play "The Star Spangled Girl." The play is a comedy about two roomates who vie for the affections of the same girl, who, of course, cannot stand either one of them. The play was performed before large and enthusi- astic audiences on the nights of November 13-15. Kim Purser won the first of two major VSC beauty titles by winning the TKE Calendar Girl Contest on November 4. Miss Purser, a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, was named as Miss january on the TKE calendar for 1976. SGHSOYI. V .ul Lady Blazers Volleyball ac tion moved into high gear during the month of No bember. Coach Nancy Scott s team usually played with three freshmen starters These girls were backed by seniors Patty Coldston Connie Powell and Susan Wheeler. The Lady Blazers performed at their peak before the friendly home crowds within the friendly confines of the VSC gym and ,L they put on several exciting matches for their hometown fans during the course of the DECEMBER CHRISTMAS TREE LICI-ITINC QUARTER ENDS CHRISTMAS PARTIES December was a rather inactive month at Valdosta State College as classes finished on the second and finals finished on the sixth. With all of the studying it is difficult to imagine the students finding the time to participate in any social activities. But, as this was the Christmas season there were always parties being held, whether they were at the Long Branch, a Fraternity House, a dorm room, or on the lawn of VSC Presidnet S. Walter Martin's house on Georgia Avenue. The vent pictured here is the Annual Christmas Tree lighting, sponsored by Delta Chi Fra- ternity. hells , 5-A. S' ix?-v"a f"" yi' :M uk 3 IA UARY LADY BLAZERS BASKETBALL NEW CHRISTY MINSTRELS BLAZER BASKETBALL The VSC Lady Blazers are rapidly becoming one of the most popular teams on campus. And with little wonder as over the past two years they have won over fifty games while losing less than ten. ln these past two years the Lady Blazers have finished second behind Mercer for the State Championship and have gone to post-season tournaments in both years. FEBRUARY "UP WITH PEOPLE" "Tl-IE RIVALSH MISS VSC The popular singing group "Up With People" ap- peared at Valdosta State College on February 11 for a noontime show in front of the cafeteria. This per- formance was a highly enthusiastic song and dance routine and was a definite crowd pleaser. For those VSC students who wanted to see more of the group there was an additional concert at Mathis Auditori- um on February 12. The picture here shows the group at their noontime performance. W ."A if u ,Q 'ff"'17LLs " s . , , ,Q V 16 .4 1 ,gg h f 1 ,-5 "' Q . i- ,Tift ,X sf! i I ' 'nh ...al 3? 1. I wh.. gh, As a Bicentennial treat for VSC students, the VSC Depart- ment of Speech and Drama staged Richard Sheridan's play "The Rivals." This play was written by Sheridan in the 1770's and was an unqualified flop. However, it has been delighting audiences ever since that time and VSC audiences were no different. Excellent costuming and acting as well as outstand- ing direction made this one of VSC's most enjoyed theatrical events for some years. The play was presented on February 18-21. Kim Purser won her second major beauty title of the year on February 11 when she won the coveted crown of Miss VSC. This year's event was one of the most successful ever and featured a guest appearance by Miss America, 1976, Tawny Godin. As a result of her winning the Miss VSC crown, Kim will represent VSC at the Miss Georgia contest held in Cololmub during the summer. The Miss VSC Contest is spon- sored by Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. ' 17 MARCH BLAZER BASEBALL VSC IAZZ ENSEMBLE SPRING FEVER BEGINS The crack of ball against bat came again at VSC in March as the Blazer Baseball team took to the field to start their 1976 season. With the start of baseball comes the daily pilgrimage to Blazer Field where students pull their cars up to the outfield fence, lean back on the hood with beer can in hand and enjoy the game. The start of baseball season also signals to VSC students that the time has come to start laying out in the sun to get a good tan before Spring Quarter arrives. K gmt! Mari 1 ,ff r ' r f. S a W: I it 'T px 7.1 A. R ,G ,Z ' . -1 ., 11 ' I l fbi f -'if' -7 L f lisa?-' 51 " '. ' , -' A. f' 'S 4 3 Q, , ., ' D ' E W 'r 'V in l ' 1,,l XX A, ' A . t - 4 11 .if UEXIE ,v -..WW -X ,M n V A A , gk N., .ms V A34 ,.A. V .I . N-n. 1 Q - N-H-' -K 9113 wfi' 'S' AH t 'Q , -4, 35,-hem Ugswvg ,,i'n4 N. 5 " zqiffs. "i'fz':T:"'2'-rf'3,' In J t ',v..sg,. by x wx .Q V V Q 'gi -ff .x x Lx , The VSC jazz Ensemble has entertained many students since its creation. This year it has con- tinued to draw the appreciative applause of hundreds of students who have attended any one of the numerous mini-concerts given by the en- semble this year. Whether they are held in front of the cafeteria at lunchtime, in the rear of the Fine Arts Building at late afternoon, or in Whitehead Auditorium in the evening, VSC students can expect outstanding music from this talented group. 19 APRIL IVIEISBURC 81 WALTERS MISS BEAUTIFUL CREEK WEEK Steve Meisburg and john Walters are extremely popular on the VSC campus. They have performed here several times in the past and have always drawn large and enthusiastic audiences. On April 6, they came back to VSC for a performance in Whitehead Auditorium. Their music, described as "country pop with folk," was enthusiastically applauded by the many VSC students in the audience. Sponsored by Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, the Miss Beautiful Con- test has always been a popular event in the past. ln this event members of the VSC fraternities get drunk, dress up in women's clothes, and then have a hilarious time on stage performing a talent routine before an audience that is roaring with laughter. This year's contest was held on April 22 and was won by Randy Bennett of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraterntiy. Greek Week is one of two major events in the social year of VSC, a Greek Community. ihis week is set aside by the Greeks as a time for friendly competition and fellowship. Events of the week include a chariot race down Patterson Street, watermelon eating contests, the Tug-o-War, the Greek Olympics, and the Greek Dance. Highlight of the week is the naming of the Greek God and Goddess, won this year by Greg Moseley and Barbara Tonning. sf... mmnmaamm 15" MAY 'PN "YOU'RE A COOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN" BEACH TRIP SEMINARS WEEK The last ofthe three major productions put on by the Speech and Drama Department was "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown." This play proved to be very popular with VSC students and members of the community as it was performed before large and en- thusiastic audiences each night. The play was held on April 13-15 in Sawyer Theatre. dftfzft QAQGZQ ' 5 - - 6 '55 C M , ,3 , ,.:QJ2'SIv,1. H -- I 5' ' v . 1 A if ' Y il 1. ,GQ 1 J, ,,,f A . 4 , :- . av ,, K- - . , i r 1 K r 4 I 41 L A V r - 5' ' '- J ' r " f' f ,V M' C . I4 Z A, Q' x NL Q f 4 ' b ' - vw ' . w c, Y A ' 1 I N E'--f - .f- ,ff J" .f f - L. --9 Y' J Q4 ' 'wi v 41 4 1 f A gala Bicentennial fireworks display opened the 1976 edition of VSC's annual Week of Semi- nars. Seminars Week also in- cluded lectures on Egyptian heiroglyphics, bagpipes, Walt Disney, Rolls Royces, and nu- merous other subjects. A fea- tured attraction was the appear- ance of Mark Lane, an authority on the assassination of john F. Kennedy, who spoke before a capacity audience in Whitehead Auditorium. Beach trip is the social high- point of the year at VSC. Hundreds of VSC students will leave as early as Wednesday morning in order to get plenty of the Panama City Beach sunshine. Students plan for this event as early as fall quarter. It would not be surprising to hear some students talking about next year's Beach Trip while driving back from this year's Beach Trip. 23 1U E END OF THE YEAR GRADUATION RELAXINO Graduation is an important part of all of our lives. It not only ends our period of growing up but it starts a whole new experience for most of us. It is a sad time and a happy time. One will not easily forget our college days and all the memories that came with it. We have put four hard years of our lives to get a degree that will mean our future. What will become of us now? When will we see everyone again? It has been fun and exciting but now we are grown up. The graduating class of 1976- the great year of our Bi- centennial. 9 A .,. , Q--I rl ,g y nv""' Q4 I - I 'Q' I-V . - 'L ..:'4' I , "4-2 .L M - J I , V f ' ,4----Y-"z, .,..:w- ..,..a The end of the year has Come. Now we can have the summer to relax and get our thoughts back together. We have the whole summer to miss everyone and when fall comes around, we will all be together again. ,,4g,4,nnumJ W l u -.., I f f ifftsafy' 2 34" ,4 f QM fffff' fu ' Q 5,1 'A I. fl' f, 3 1 gm- Q, I3 . , ...hw E 4,--. M,,s:,: 'ff. vb . , Q " . ,- f 11' ,, 4-mg ri Nj: ,gf " H ' i I4 ' 'f Q., g ' A, h J? A UIx, , in . A i , . K Q' - V T2 1 N-,9 .1 4 . 'Lrg r 3 ,vat g 114 Q412' 7-Iff. X aw 1' L lf' A 1 25 ,-,XXX ix www? 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N , Q 4- 5 ,ww f"l If-5 Q Q. -. ., L.. 5. us... ..,. ., ,, - ,Hi ff S , X Y 33" 'Nw .Rx ,I ,V .X v -, . ,. .U 1 5 W,LL' l .M vm x.. i T i Q, 7, F 2 . Ax ,,,. ,vs . . . - V L -,- -4 V-A y , - In, F , ,p , 1' fb, 1 f r A I l ' ii ,q QW ' -vW',g f' U rib- .0735 A1 -Jr' 1 ff-y"r:"V ' ' 1 'I f. - , , 4? 1,7 I 4, ' V X - ,jf ,s '4 I "7', UIUQ X-4' 4 '-1 I ' , . 1. ill , Q ,- . nf, ,f I' f ff 14 Q 1 ..,.'. 33' ji?fft'?Wf-4' ff" ' - ,71 5 ' :, X 1 9 1 'QSj"i'.' '1V,f4'Vw M, r '59,-ff. 5, 5, , , ,, ff f Y' PINE CONE: Where is V.S.C. now at in its development? MARTIN: The greatest period of growth is over. We have grown from 1600 to 5200 students in the past ten years, but the growth rate will be slower in the future. PINE CONE: How will V.S.C. grow in the future? MARTIN: We still need a few things to add to the physical plant. Our first priority will be to add a new gymnasium and after that we will look to renovate West Hall. I do not foresee any new dorms or dining halls. PINE CONE: How will V.S.C. grow academically in the future? MARTIN: V.S.C. will expand in almost all areas of study. We will expand in Fine Arts to offer a Masters degree in Fine Arts. We will also experience vast expansion in Business Administra- tion and Nursing. Sometime in the future, V.S.C. will be offer- ing a Ph.D. PINE CONE: What are V.S.C's strongest academic areas? MARTIN: V.S.C. is strong in all areas, as indicated by our high standing in the rating of all four-year colleges in Georgia. We are particularly strong in History, English, Education, and Special Education. PINE CONE: How have the recent budget cuts affected V.S.C.? college is just a beginning where one learns how to learn MARTIN: Most students were not affected by the budget cuts. The quality of education has not decreased and no faculty positions were cut. The only cutback was in the purchase of library books. We hope that there will no more cuts in the fu- ture and that some of the money cut will be restored in the fu- ture. PINE CONE: What is the purpose of the Senior Exit Exam? MARTIN: The purpose is to check on the quality of work by the college, and to show the taxpayers how we are doing our job. The only thing that will be on a student's transcript will be a note stating that he took the test. The score will not be on the transcript now, but future graduates may have their scores recorded on their transcripts. PINE CONE: How long have you been in education? MARTIN: Forty-four years. I taught in high school for three years starting when I was twenty-one. I then spent twenty-two years teaching History at the University of Georgia, four years as Vice Chancellor of the University System of Georgia. As a college president, I was at Emory for five years, and this is my tenth years at V.S.C. President S. Walter Martin Vice President W. Ray Cleere PINE CONE: Describe briefly your job responsibilities. CLEERE: My job is basically two-fold. As Dean of Faculties my duties include coordinating the academic and administrative divisions of the college. As Vice President, I am also the President's chief administrator in all matters except financial affairs. I attempt to solve some of the problems that do not call for decisions by the President. Also, when appropriate, I try to prevent problems from arising. I suppose you could say that my job is problem oriented. If there were no problems on the campus, I would not be needed. But there are problems and controversies which naturally arise occasionally. I think this is a good sign. The controversies surrounding a college are part of its vitality. Without it we would not be doing our job properly. PINE CONE:As Dean of Faculties, how would you rate the V.S.C. faculty? CLEERE: Overall, I think we have an excellent faculty which includes a number of outstanding scholars and teachers. PINE CONE: Do you teach any classes yourself? CLEERE: Yes, I teach an upper division Psychology class, usually during the summer quarter. I might add here that V.S.C. is unique in that most of its top administrative officials also teach in the classroom. Other colleges allow their administrators to teach, but at V.S.C. it is strongly encouraged. PINE CONE: How long have you served as Vice President? CLEERE: This will be my fifth year as Vice President. Before that I served for one year as the Dean of the School of Education. PINE CONE: How well do you and President Martin work as a team? CLEERE: In my opinion quite well. First, a good Vice President is a reflec- tion of the current administration. Second, there must be a team spirit reflected throughout the institution and when problems do arise, we must work quickly to solve them. the natural problems and controversies surrounding a college are part of its vitality PINE CONE: Do you expect to be President of V.S.C.? CLEERE: I do not consider myself a candidate for the presidency of this in- stitution. When President Martin does retire, the Board of Regents and various officials from this college will meet and decide on several broad questions which might include: I. Where is V.S.C. in its development as a multi-purpose institution? 2. What direction is most appropriate for the college over the next few years? 3. Should the institution move toward offering Ph.D. programs, medical programs, or law school? After these questions, along with many others, are answered, a committee will be selected. The committee will in turn recommend a number of can- didates to the Chancellor and the Board of Regents. PINE CONE: With so many things on your mind, how do you manage to maintain sanity? CLEERE: In my sixteen years of administrative work, I have found that it would be extremely difficult to work efficiently if I did not find a little humor in almost everything. I believe if one is so consumed with the seriousness of life he will not see the beauty of life. I am the type person who needs to be involved in a great many things. I find very few things dull and routine about being Vice President of a college like V.S.C. , 41 PINECONE: What is the scope of your job? BOND: I am responsible for the student body. Under this broad heading, I am in charge of student development and all extracurricular activities for the student body. However, I feel that the primary purpose of my job is to help a student attain his educational and life goals, to help them identify their own individual needs and desires. lt is also my responsibility to pro- tect the rights of the student as an individual. PINECONE: Since the legal age in Georgia is eighteen, have your job re- sponsibilities been eased any? Are you still a surrogate parent? BOND: The term you are referring to is "in loco parentis". This literally means, "to act in place of the parent". The courts have now taken some of the responsibilities that were mine just a few years ago and have given these responsibilities to the students themselves, of course, I am always available to help any student who needs assistance. PINECONE: How can you handle all these responsibilities at the same time? BOND: I have a number of capable staff members working under me in the offices of counseling, testing, financial aid, discipline, student health, student activities, placement, and the various student organizations, just to mention a few. In addition, a large number of students accept responsi- bilities as paraprofessionals. In my job, I also have an opportunity to work closely with the Student Government Association and the representatives of the campus media such as the Spectator, WVVS, and the Pinecone. Much of what l am responsible for is handled by these organizations, quite well I might add. I PINECONE: Can you explain the effect of the "Buckley Rule" on your of- fice? BOND: So far we have not had too many students ask to see their files. If they do ask, we are happy to show them. We have never kept any "secret files" on students here. What the Buckley law does is require a student's written permission before anyone can look at their files. This prevents or- ganizations such as the F.B.l. and C.l.A. from obtaining files without the student's permission. I am personally glad that the law was passed. PINECONE: Do you think your job responsibilities are diminishing as students are given more responsibilities? BOND: No, because some students will still need counseling or any of the other services I have mentioned before. Most students have some dif- ficulties in adjusting to college life and my job is aimed primarily at that adjustment, and seeing that their primary goal in being here, that of receiving an education, retains its primary position. Andrew l. Bond Dean of Student X fveg Ffgfaf ,,.,,,,.,,,..,...... - .., ..--M-w-yi'-1-nv--igvu'-'Q ,Q 1 - A H ..... 4-. 1. ...U rg ef! 1 Associate Dean William R. Nettles, III Associate Dean Sara I. Fickertt Borden PINE CONE: What is your official title and what are the duties of your job? NETTLES: My title is the Associate Dean of Students for Student Develop- ment. My duties include responsibilities for campus order and student dis- cipline, administrative responsibility for the Counseling Center, the Place- ment Office, and the Veterans Affairs Office. I am also involved with per- sonallsocial counseling and exit reviews. In addition, I am on several com- mittees. They are, Traffic Committee, Drug Abuse Committee, Student Af- fairs Committee, Administrative Oouncil, and the Religious Life Com- mittee. I am responsible for the administrative maintenance of the Student Policies Committee. However, I do not sit on the committee. PINE CONE: Explain briefly the function of the Student ludiciary Com- mittee. NETTLES: This committee determines the innocence or guilt of a student and then if guilty, determines which sanction is the most appropriate. The procedure is an administrative process to determine whether the student's relationship with the institution can be maintained. This committee does not take the place of the state courts. I view the appearance of a student before the judiciary Committee as a learning experience rather that a puni- tive experience. I am always in favor of a student being able to continue his education. PINE CONE: Can a student expect to get a fair hearing in the Traffic Court? NETTLES: Yes. As a matter of fact, we overturn more than 50 per cent of the citiations brought before us. PINE CONE: How long have you been at V.S.C. and what is your current position in the administration? BORDEN: This is my seventh year at Valdosta State College. I am currently serving' as Dean in charge of the residence halls on campus. Part of my duties in this capacity are to insure that the residence halls are suitable for living in. I am also in charge of selecting and training the head resident and the R.A.'s of each dorm. PINE CONE: Do you think the new regulations on beer and weeknight visiting hours will be helpful for student living in the dorms? BORDEN: I think it will. In effect, all we have done is Ieagalize a situation that has already been existing. This is just a natural part of a studentgs dev- elopment at college. Because of these new regulations, I think that students are more open and frank with themselves and others than they were before. 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"Jw-u Q iii Alta, , .fav fl 'W Q. 4.. -""k,,, ff-Nmmrzuaaw-1, ,Q mi. -:N 'K44:,,,,b7,x" :,41Z.'f"". , , , -mf, ,QD Top Row tL-RJ- Bill May, George Whitmire, Terry Huddleston, Rusty jones, Bill Thomas, Geza Ehrentrev, Terry Prisoc, Dwayne Clouch, Dave Waples. Bottom Row tL-RJ- Marcus Anderson, Lee Draper, Mike Hodge, Mike Rasper, Gary Slayton, Scott Porter, Mike Dorsey. 1' .Q . 5 ,lu .A V r T fix, L,-J ' ' "' 7 3 xv. ' in 12, t 5 2' 'rf fm b W MEN'S GOLF Even though the women's golf team is a new sport on VSC, the girls' have a desire to have a winning team. Coached by Mrs. Tillie Mathis, the player's have practice sessions all year round. With the firm interest and added experi- ence of these fine girls, a good season should be coming in the near future. Players include: Fran Henderson Ann Chitty Kathy Townsend Connie Bowers Coach Tillie Mathis -fe- L surf by X JH 'Q ,ff wx v gif 461-f5'2f1.Z5.1'f'4?r14 Le to right Cindy kyle Su in Whetlcr Nancy l-lickty Shiron Crews Melissa Hunnicutt, Mcchelle Nelson, Patty Coldston, jenna VVQMEWS VGLLEYBALL 1975 proved to be a progressive year for Dr. Nancy Scott and her volleyball players. Although the season was not a winning one, the team has improved very much to be only two years old. They were up against tough competition such as Columbus, West Georgia, Florida, Shorter, and Berry. We look to see the team bring back experi- enced players and a good 1976 season. Date Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. 7 10,11 15 17,18 20 24,25 29 31-Nov. 1 3 5 7,8 10 14, 15 21, 22 Day TU Fr, Sat Wed Fr, Sat Mon Fr, Sat Wed Fr, Sat Mon Wed Fr, Sat Mon Fr, Sat Fr, Sat . 4 Valdosta State College Lady Blazers Volleyball 1975-76 Schedule Teamtsb W.Ca., Berry, U.Ca., VSC Columbus College Invitational U. Fla., VSC Columbus, U.Ca., VSC Lake City CC, jacksonville U., VSC Columbus, Shorter, VSC Lake City CC, VSC jacksonville Univ. Invitational U.Ca., Mercer tAtlantal, VSC Wesleyan, VSC West Ca. Invitational Lake City CC, VSC CAIAW State Tournament Berry College Region Ill Tournament Florida State University Place Carrollton Columbus Valdosta Valdosta Lake City, Fla. Columbus Valdosta jacksonville, Fla Athens Valdosta Carrollton Valdosta Rome, Ca. Tallahassee, Fla. BLAZERS 75-76 A My . 3 . W R J X Y 'l l L R , , xx --.M 1 L . I 51, sl-I f 5. NN- S' The VSC Blazers entered the 75-76 season with hopes of claiming a conference cham- pionship. Head Coach james Dominey was cautiously optimistic about the chances of VSC winning a title. Starting the season with four newcomers and five veterans, Coach Dominey had to field a young team hampered by it's small size, with the tallest player being 6'6". The Blazers finished the season with a disappointing 11-12 record and a third place finish in the South Atlantic Conference. At the South Atlantic Conference Championship tour- namentg however, the Blazers surprised everyone by defeating Southern Tech 76-65, West Georgia 83-77, and Augusta College 74-56 to take the South Atlantic Conference crown. Mark Patrick and jackie Manuel were named to the All-Tournament Team and Mark Patrick was named as the Most Valuable Player in the Tournament. VSC finished the season by losing in the first round of the NCAA Division II South Regionals to the University of Tennessee at Chatanooga. tp,'Zi. 1 315. l Silt lem? l 7 f ill X -f.,-' ' If if ! 'i 25,9 3 fs! Sr? 'Q F44 I LZERS- 'I .1 " 5' if Hn ,, i A! X ff, X? as X. ,X x. 1? MQW W 6 ,ff Ag fa L W it 4. LADY BLAZERS BASKETBALL 1975-1976 VALDOSTA STATE COLLEGE "Lady Blazers" GIRLS BASKETBALL Nov. 22 .,.. .... U niversity of Florida 4:00 PM Nov. 24tt . . ..... Georgia Southern 7:30 PM Nov. 29'f . , . ..... Mercer University 6:00 PM Dec. 6t ........ Georgia State 7:30 PM jan. 8' .... University of Florida 7:30 PM alan. 101 .... .....,. S avannah State 7:30 PM alan. 151 ... ........... Tift College 7:30 PM ,lan.16t . .. . . . University ofGeorgia 7:30 PM -,lan.19tt ... ............ Albany State 7:30 PM lan. 22 ..... ... Florida State University 7:30 PM Aan. 241' . . . ....... Fort Valley State 7:30 PM Alan. 261' Alan. 30l Feb. st .... . . . . . . Georgia College 5:30 PM . . . . .. Savannah State 7:30 PM .... Albany State 6:00 PM V , 'I 'QV' x v. 65 A Y A Mr ' I Q Q . ,I 1.7. '- -v, a A. i Q 1 G'- VSC Cheerleaders The VSC Cheerleaders provided much support and added spirit to a successful basketball season. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Hansen and captain Janie Miller, the cheerleaders helped boast spirit for all the boy's basketball games. fig, Qwivfwffffg 214' K .,V..,..g,.9 . Tp.-Q! 1. if if '. af- X , ,,,, , X Li' I U C L, Q N.. 5 5- V V K 5 C 9 . Q' NN, E 'Wi V .. 1 if 1- ,isa 3 -'Pb va. A-W XP A . , s law.. 1 X 'C .wg EBLAZIEZH WIQWG 'K 'Ks' 1. F' V 1 annul-rw:--wwAt9gQW.'f' ' . ,E . J., L' R , . J '- bv , 4 ' ., ' 4 --J A M".. ,L . 1 M 1 .ku ! A . V, x..,'-x,,x'.'kQ', 5 ' ' Q ' 'B ' "' Av ' " " 'fxl' ti. 1 Vmff .' "I 414' : 51.1-rl?-.F '-132' 3 1-,ff 'A-fr--gf.-.n"f.vL-I - ,, , 1,- -wwf!-2.x ' kwhf. . 'o --, N I if ' ' D ' . 'xyi ' rs. .'S'-N-R 'A ' 0 .9 -I -" "- 'ILA Nw' .s..-k.x-'.eg 4- .. Q A ...x' l-. . ,-4 4.- , tif - 4. X 3 " '- 'fc 'X- X 1' 4. . g - , , 594A-4-v,:Qf'Q5sv-ii- ' ' 4' ' . 1 - 4- , , , K H' , 'n . 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V c13w-"4'-v-v-V-...f . ,-:Ne 89 In w nxt . my '- J - WGMEWS TENNIS The women's tennis program on VSC has been established for only a few years. Miss ludy Phillips coaches the young team. The women had a fairly successful season. With most of the player's returning on next year's team, we hope to have another successful season. Players include: jackie Youngblood loyce Shirley Melissa Hunnicutt Penny Balkcum Karen Holland ludy Seymour Mary Lynn Price as Linda Haddock . f Connie Powell Kay Thorton i ,R Q' I 'An A ' '1 " 'z. 9 i 'SH 91 99 2.3. 1' L 5...,. P, ya. 4 ,"""' .JAH D l Q- Marx , fa lntggmural Football lntramural Football '75 was just as exciting and fast-paced as in the past. Highly competitive and high scoring games marked both the Fraternity and ln- dependent Leagues. ' In the Fraternity League, Kappa Alpha and Delta Chi were forced to have a playoff game to decide the championship. ln that game the KA's defeated Delta Chi in an upset to earn the right to play the Independent League champions. , In the Independent League, the Wesley Foundation was rolling over all of it's opponents on the way to an undefeated season, and waswaiting in the wings to find out who there opponents would be. The stage was set for an exciting championship game. The speed and depth of the KA team was pitted against the machine - like Wesley teamt ln the championship game Wesley defeated the KA's'to reign as the Men's lntramurglg- football champions. F 4" Wesley was easily, the strongest team in competition. They were the only un- defeated team left after the season was over. Superior strength at almost every position was a hallmark of the Wesley Team. Wesley's potent offense and stingy defense performed flawlessly throughout the season and carried them to the championship of the Men's Intramural Football League. A. Q n x ' , if v ff sf, ' -I Y . 1 ' -.' 1 "0 'ur 1: Q Wiz. sz I - af,-'iii' if .MM ff 'G' ' 1 Y,-fu 9,1 V gg A , 4 Sf 4+ vv, M Af H -M-wwf! ' 1, L- 4 4 v , fm-Rf' A r was 3 . ,,,.4wf-..,..,,,,,4 fr, r. lluuqbn, gags: 1 ,. ,'Hw. p , 4, .J A 4 If- . .Lu 311.5153-1.1L..wJ'ff5'.1' ,. 1-4 J w , in .1 ,o ,,.,x V ,,- ,. . .,. U, . , : gn., . 'Msg " 1- 'ih ,. , , deivekyf 1 .'7 " 'fxxf' - me-1: , " 'gif'-.x',4 W ,,, V.,Q.,1, iii if,?,u'x,..,.'4.,,,,.u 5 , . ' ' 1 as , 4, 5. 1- V. Y .M,. Q. . ,amne- .Bxu 4 J I", bf' R 1 Y V .s,.z',r4.v ,it k 'of , . ' 'ft A-ffgiIJ " ?,f2"5'i1 U 1. -' ,1 ' , Af", ,, ,,,K,,6'y-' 5 Q- 3 4 4 'o Q' 'L I 35-gf .Ao-1 ... --- 'fi- ' .gssvm w, fi Qu., r Us -1' ,nr X .,........ si..-.M-W.: P ffm 't U '. Q I ' fiiiii My 2 'A M1 ,, .3 ' Q M2 ixiajggh- gig..-s 2 102 i mlm? F A .A L K ?l,vi Faux L- , 4yri"".,-V S '44 R, eil omen's Volleyball There was very much Competitive action in the 1975 women's intramural volleyball program. At the end of the season, the Championship game was played be- tween Alpha Delta Pi and Phi Mu. Phi Mu won the Championship to remain undefeated for the season. o"'5! 'fir if X l-4 E' N . , . A wr .- 3 Y 95 'Ot iffy .wi VVomen's Soccer Women's Soccer was highlighted by much competition between the Greek and Independent leagues. At the end of the season, the championship game was played between Phi Mu and Independent, with Independent winning the outcome of the contest to become the soccer champs for the second year in a row. t CRABBALL-CRABBALL-CRABBALL Q MF L. Women's Basketball Women's Intramural basketball was highlighted by a very competitive season and a lot of fine basketball ability was demonstrated. Many excellent teams were fielded, and at the end ofthe season, four teams were in the play-off. These four teams consisted of ln- dependent II, Phi Mu, BSL and Spirits. With the BSL and Spirits eliminated, the championship game was played between Phi Mu and Independent II. Indepen- dent II went on to be the overall basketball champs. Il 'J J I 1 is 31545: CWA ..-L. WZ ,wig A2 ,Ra ,6- E iiiaiii mil I4 3432 5332 5531 223 Q wk Wbnffxa EQQQE W M .F . WW' - 5 1' .ETA 1. -.N 2'- 1 ' 3. ff -1.1 ...nf "ff 1 . ,rx Q 51 K Y. 4 I if mxbk 1 .-.V . .yn 1 . .Q P1 5 --1' ..l-- 1s?-iQ-wus S1 Us ill: sittin' ,Q -wr" 1 """ --L...,,56,J, ...-an-f" ' . 'L " ,,--Q-f aig. -4 - . , ,. ,,..,.,,4u.,-, .4900 1.111411-tf:u'kvj'5I'1 1 ....,,,,,' 5' ' , . F ' "Z . ,,.M,,.:...,.,'-- 'I .-o za-3A.n,g,,., t, I ...I , q:'.",!,,.,,. ,, w4.Y3,. 4 , .'-InV -. 7.1 , ,mst ,. g --rf' '-.,g""'ff, a ,- 1-fwv -' , . an .t ,,.- ' .1 -., . -fgmf, A. - , 4. -'.,,,4', , u: ,H 2- ' -,L-5-ut' -- XV-zn,1 ' 1-.g51:"H1'.,""?1fvpi.-ff'-s'5"g-N -5, xx: "'9n' . 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With so many Competitive teams, the season proved to belong and very tough. 103 ,m....MJ .-.mm N, Z 9 4 x i X, E1 -AQ, "2-'Q N... cl ,I ""' "' ,ivw ,V .. in . ,,.1',.-.,,: ,f: 'Tiff i 'K -,G -rl! ' f' 'f,,.g '- F' W' ' as 'M' . -- 1' H6 'Zn ,-1,1 -A A , yyr' k V' ' ,,.-- . mm ,, ,. 'cy , rnvffm' f, 1 'Y' , will Pxgff 5' 'LG' 'HJ' ' iq ' :my f Ls '39 ' au 4-:."",....-""'.f,",3'2-5'f' ' ' ' ws- - - , ,iw-p'x'm1N ,A il 11 ,,'.,5,,y,gaa fr-1 x ilflit' -' nv 5.1 1 E' udulfm' If , . C f ltalllfszaan , f 1. tt 1, A . Q fn N I .. mf' af f 5, . ., ' 1 7 xx I ' x Y' ,Q-na R1 - .Qu Al 4 :un 1 fi il? .. d iilf L. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSCCIATION CQ x . .ef MU D I 7' 1 xflf 'X IIIIBQQ Tl ,Il Q ' v 1 E K ff , xiii.. -, -1 Ad' 'H Dbsylw PRESIDENT- DICK MCLEOD VICE-PRESlDENT- CARY WISENBAKER SECRETARY- KATHLEEN ONEAL COMPTROLLER - MARION DDOM E? E . , , -rf 'y' . . f- 'A 1 ll ' '15 Env ,'s. . UTY? 1 CCDLLEGE I0 B0 RD The College Union Board is an arm of the Student Government Association with the designated responsibility of providing enter- tainment for the students. Althoug "providing entertainment" can be stated very simply, the execution of such a responsibility is complex and time consuming. Many, many hours of thought and hard work go into each function sponsored by the Union Board. Throughout each quarter the Board must meet the demands of a diversified college community. Nonetheless, the work is done and the demands are met. Such an accomplishment speaks highly of the Union Board, especially when one considers that the people giving un- selfishly of their time to meet the entertain- ment demands are students. The twenty students who comprise the College Union Board are proud of their past accomplish- ments and look towards the future for even greater advances. Take time to look over some of our past programst They will give some indication of things to come. If you'd like to be a part of all this, you need only read each quarter's calen- dar and attend the events. If you'd like to be in on the planning stages, then come join us. The Union Board meetings are open to anyone who wishes to attend. To find out about the meetings, just call 247-3308. We will welcome you with open arms. lllti J. ,Q 7 ,V 3 r. L 4 ' ' f 1 " " ' if - , f. .. - I2 ' , 1-+2-,'i,' '4' .' ' I ..lf:f..:f.'.,'f.Q.'.1 ff? 5 2,224-iff ' , fgfwb f . l " , ',, .. .,-1'sg.:4+.,- ,i , Q., ' Q04 L if sm! cuussf M Q41 2 l I f L'l"eIltrl.i!u: E k F112 img-tutor - EDITOR MANAGING EDITOR Skip Dumas BUSINESS MANAGER Janie Nichols Gibson Pryor FEATURE WRITERS Bing Bower, Bruce Hornbuckle, Ken f'nvan.ii'Qh. Alicon Nlggley, Tara McCoy, Patty Slagg, Allen Mosley, Bob White, Nicky Tampas. Bob Hagan. MAKEUP STAFF Tina Bowers, Nancy Freeman, Lise Burroughs, Tracy Browne, Angela Hogan, Mary Cooke,Naney Dalh. lllll SPLLI AIOR, the student-edited newspnper olV.1Idusl.i Suite College, is published weekly and is distributed Ilmuisdtiw .ilternooiis Deadline lor .ill m.iteri.iI to be published is Thursday, 5 p.m. Opiniims expressed in 'IHE SPECTATOR .ire those of the editors and writers and not necessarily those lil the uillt-ge Administration, Unsigned editorials represent thc opinion of the Editorial Boar . I ein,-rs to the liditor will be published only if signed by the writer. Letters must be typed or printed ,intl mm lu- edited .il the Fditork discretion, Names will be withheld upon request, Offices ofTHE SPH lfXlHR.iit- liit.ilt'dil1PuwellH.1lI Send .ill uirrespondemc to VSC Box 207. 110 TH E SPECTATOR Nh . 'ig . B ef www A 9 2 1' PINECONE BOB HAGAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF KEN CAVANAUGH ASSOCIATE EDITOR IOHN ALBRIGHT FACULTY ADVISOR SECTION EDITORS FACULTY SUE LINK SPECIAL EVENTS BRENDA GREENE SPORTS PAM LANGSTON, PAT MOORE CLASSES CHARLENE BIRDSONG HONORS 84 BEAUTIES ROSA WATTS OPENING 81 CLOSING NANCY KELLEY, IAN GARNER KEN CAVANAUGH, BOB HAGAN GREEKS HELEN HARRISS ORGANIZATIONS BRIDGET BEISNER ADS BOB HAGAN COPY HERMAN ELLISON, KEN CAVANAUGH ART LORRY HENNIGER PHOTOGRAPHERS TIM BORK- HEAD CRAIG GOSS, CAM GREENE, BOB COBB PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY by sumovv DANVILLE, ILLINOIS 'F fi".- I I I , ,, '-3-,, I ' - ' ri..5'k .i -W 1 . f -15 ., -,f - ' ' "'- - ,' - . .I I-T 151 115- 1' qfglqy, 1 . " - ' ar Iefifxi' NLR. 'rg " 'fb-Y' 'T .-4, -' An 4 . gf J , , A I, 1 -A Ja, f Afjmw 4 -w,'n 4 ,11 -If 1 ff 1 'F wr f 1,44 1 IAA Qu I " ff! T . 1 :ff ' 4: D' Mgt ',, ', 3- .Lk ,, " A-,fig-: 3- QI, , 'K . u' 3' -,' "-.dx-'Nfll -K . -'H Q' DUFUBI. IUUI FGSCS , f 4 3 411 ? E I F ' ,k NP .r Ei P1 rf' si 1, its V r,'. 0 V 9 M. X f ,f W 21 ei X -f.f:' ,. Sm . V . K 45? N ' W f-af Y Q - 1 I: v.vq. .145 ,f . Q 5 Jail! ..,. .A The purpose of the PINECONE, the VSC yearbook, is to Create a per- manent recort of the year's events, parties, dorm life, sports, greeks, faculty, honors, and groups. The staff is responsible for all aspects of publication including the pro- duction of picture, layouts, copy, and acquisitions of ads and pa- trons. I fn... . Q s ll Aff ,A m v f' P l N E C O N E X lil Q. ' -s-,,., il' 1 4 V 4' 7 'Y' F 'T' ,l ' 1'5.- 'X ' 'W " W- .. 'Hr " y 9 t 'Fr'-N t P Q f "iiff f , . ,5. it JJ V' I 9, il F s.""F" i : inf i n W 'f .qu " 'FW F' va ff - we rr ar use an 'Cl' 74 I Y., r 4 F ' 5 15 ' .gr ' EU-1 li H ff.-can xi. ilww Sw M, jw 7' QR- JK My V: I V. . I +. H . , .ig ,, , Rt.. "T" is KY, V. XQ5. xhrfg-,. 5- N I -:FF ,r5' ,?P Q J f . f .,, Vw :. , , -T W J- S-. giffrr I 'O 3 K rfx 4 A Env , , if 121251 .1 r ', - ' ' 7 M -L L V - w ,ji S l-4-,gt as THE PINECONE STAFF Terry Anderson Teresa Awalt Mark Bailey Tammy Carter Phyllis Chambers Charlie Cochran Patty Darby Lee Duke Yvonne Durrett Caila Everett jo Hogeland Dennis Howe Karen Digirolamo Angela jones jill jones Kim Digirolamo Karen Larson Edith Laudenslayer Mat Maloy Cathy Martin Susie Mizell Cece Regan Carol Tyson Beth Strickland Betsy Newton Randy Parker Kim Purser jeff Redden Ron Redner Cindy Schoch Susan Schoenholtz Lee Smith Cathy Starnes Lois Taylor Brenda Thomas Bill Wright Steve Hewitt Bill White Terry Sublett Karen Boynton Rodney Brock Carol Ciebeig Carla Cudal Debra Hogue jennifer johnson Kathy Faulkner Melanie Waite Karen Sims 115 THE WVVS F M TESTING 1 2 3 4 PLAYLIST Adds as of June 18 1976 Carly Simon Flckn-J Jay Ferguson Asylum Chris Hillman Asylum Warren 7evon Asylum Blue Oyster Cult Columbia Flying Burrito Bros Columbia lan iVIdII'1CVt 's Cgylunybla le ll Beek I-'ple lohnnv and I elg in Winter Blue Sky B ikeifburvltf Army Ateo J in H immer Nemperor Terry Reid ABC Solution Roeket Records Graham Parker Mercury Nilsson RCA STILL PROGRAMMING Stephen Stills Wig Wam Aerosmith Billy Joel Taj Mahal Mahogany Rush Roger McGuinn Michael Stanley Band Steppenwolf R EO Shawn Phillips Tubes Head East Rick Wakeman Joe Cocker Fairport Convention Nazareth Gentle Giant Babe Ruth Steve Miller Sonsof Ch tmplin Steve Goodman J. Geils Band Alan White Rolling Stones UFO Jethro Tull Todd Rundgren Groundhogs Wailers Camel Streetwalkers Moxy Savoy Brown Steely Dan Poco Renaissance Elton John Neve Riders ofthe Purple Sage Black Oak r '1ns'is 'mt' Rhythm Seetion Blackmore s 'tinhow ,. . .e s M' 'e Bolo' bong Ange l.ouden W'tinwright lll llleventli House David B'ltle'lu Les Dudek Alphonso lohnson Xyers Rock Steve Marriott Nils Lofgren Nick Drake Scals eScCrofts Ameriea Roy Buehanan Firefall Leon and Mary Russell Harry Chapin John David Souther Passport TaltonfStewartfSandlin Bobby Whitlock Guthrie Tho- mas Michael Pinder and man. Commcntz: As one can notice there are not many adds this month. Hope to see a full page ol' ADDS on the next one. Keep those records comin' 'Cause we are on the air this summer. lfany of you Atlanta people are on l-75 going to Florida, please' stop in and say hello. 'till next month... Scott Crane, M.D. I I wvvs-FM M.D. Home l9l2l244-6572 0 P.o. 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V.-I , V v, W f-gk ' ,, , N ,- + A n 'f - N . .1 -A - f- . ' , -1 .., 1' 5 . QFD '15 Mig: , s"F"31:,' ' -1 1, 22:1 A' , ,. vw ' ,LVVVVV ,VK VV, , VV J f qi' Y .. ,Vw :B .,, N in , V Q V qv, ,F -Q. - V : V V? .VM ,. y M Q, ,V1. 'lub' V, a , m V wwtig 5 . Q 4 tha?-.VV V.. 'fi 997 'ic A VV Q", W' ,A 1 V V ., -X' 'W xr1i,"wax1,! Q , v ' "- 'f' . i V -2' H9 ,aw 5 ' , u,fwin?:,e"y15 ' 52 'wi ' I ' Q '4 "ak ' , ,, M ' hw V-.wk M ,K ,,4n,L'- th fi I :tgp K Q V V- 'V 139 HO'S WHO BEN F. YOUNG R Ben Young is the sod of Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Young of Albany, Ga. He is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Alpha Chi and the Student judiciary Committee of the Student Goverment Association. Young is also an active member of Phi Kappa Phi Fraternity, serving as its Vice President, and Air Force ROTC, serving as Corps Commander. In ROTC, he has been designated as a Distinguished Military Cadet and has received the Outstanding Com- mander's Award. He is also a member of the Arnold Air Society. MARTHA LOU WILSON Martha Lou Wilson is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. O.R. Wilson of Alma, Georgia. She is a member of Sigma Alpha Chi, Alpha Chi, Phi Kappa Phi. She is a member of the VSC Concert Band, in which she plays the flute. In her freshman year, she was named a President's Freshman Scholar, and received the Honor Music Student Award. CHARLETTE CREW Charlette Crew is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ceil Crew of Whigham, Georgia. She is a member of Omcron Delta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Alpha Chi, Alpha Chi, and Car- dinal Key Honor Societies. She is an active member of Phi Mu sorority and has served as it's President, Vice President, and Rush Chairman. In ad- dition she has won awards as being the Outstanding Pledge, Outstanding Pledge Scholar, and The Most Inspired Sister. ROBERT GOETFE Robert Goette is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Goette of Taejon, Korea. He is also a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Omicron Delta Kappa. He is an active member of the Campus Crusade for Christ at VSC and has been teaching a class at the Calvary Church in Valdosta. PATSIE TOMPKINS Patsie Tompkins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Tompkins of Summer, Georgia. She is a member of Alpha Chi, Phi Beta Lambda, and the National, Southern, and Georgia Business Educators Association. She is also a member of the VSC chapter of the Student National Education Association. DAVID ROZIER David Rozier is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Rozier of Brunswick. He has been Secretary Treasurer of Sigma Alpha Chi, a member of Alpha Chi, and Omicron Delta Kappa. He is also a member of Kappa Alpha Fra- ternity where he served as Corre- sponding Secretary and Treasurer. He has also served as Comptroller of The Student Government Association. IIM PHELPS jim Phelps is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Phelps of Camilla, Georgia. He is a member of Sigma Alpha Chi and Phi Kappa Phi. He was named as a President's Freshman Scholar in 1973. As a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon he has served as President and Trea- surer. BARBARA TONNING Barbara Tonning is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Tonning of Waycross, Georgia. She is a member of Sigma Alpha Chi, Alpha Chi Cardi- nal Key and is Vice President of Omicron Delta Kappa. She is also a member of Phi Mu sorority and has served as it's Vice President and has represented Phi Mu on the Panhel- lenic Council for two years. She is a member of the Student Nurses Asso- ciation of Georgia and was a dele- gate to the National Student Nurses Association at Philadelphia in 1975. l fel Kim Purser, and 18 year old freshman from Lake City, Florida is the 1975-76 TKE Calendar C-irl. Kim, a member of Alpha Delta Pi is the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. 1, Palmer Purser and an early Childhood education major. 143 CALE DAR GIRL CONTEST: By winning both the TKE Calendar Girl Contest and Miss VSC, in the same year, Kim Purser has earned a unique place in the history of Valdosta State College. With three years of College remaining for her it will be interesting to see how many other events Kim Purser can attain. 4, s 1 xl . f - ...t i, ' C Q. rg-.V LW v fy ' 'nv "' . . .4 -X V! W 1 r M4 rf 1:2 ' , , P , l CREEK COD AND GQDDESS: X GREG MQSELEY 5 BARBARA TQNNINC A A1 . ,,. MISS VSC: KIM PURSER Ist Runner-Upg IILL IONES 2nd Runner-Upg DONNA DAVIS Miss Congeniality: TERRI THOMPSON M, N! .4--5 ii. 5-1 . -b Y 3- V J 14 7- ,Q ,V ' -, --sd... ' " - ,..v-'xii A V ' My V 3' A ,, , 2.: ,L r.. +-wh 4 " ' ' . ,. , ' ' -,- '--LQ11. 4 ug V-u...,s..,,. .Au - ,,,., , ' --- . u V .,,A5 My-A began-..L T, , F, . 2' , Xl? ' -' ' HE". , Q ,. 1 4 V I, A 'Juv' Q ff ,- T' 2 ,. p 5 u 4 ' ' X 1 , 4 , 4 1, 3 1 1 ' 3 . Q . w 5 4 . 7 -, v K 5 AEA MISS BEAUTIFUL CONTEST WINNER: RANDY BENNETT F? ,Q f' "rx . 4" Km . 1,9 5, , ju . - ,.. an 4. 531,434 K ' 0 . ,fu - N9-, ' fx, ,,"Ax', e ' 'fi ii 93?-Qff Sqwfyg 'A--.fl A ' ,-,1'?fJL'if ITU '95 1 41 ' ,. ' ff-I , A Ili I . 5 gif . 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V ,. .R v I .- ,, 1 , M , .ff-V' f , 3 If ,I III KIM PURSER 4 I L' I I Inotpicturedb 151 HDNDRS DAY ANNIE PDE HOPPER IVIARA MCRAE SGA LEADERSHIP AWARD BUD MCCLEDD MARGA 84 MAC MARTHA LOU WILSON if 1 4 A-S9 .4 'ij j I I I Il -. , N 4 1 1 5.4 i Q b v,Nx, SQ..44 . f...,, , f. ,1- A iff x Q.. , .4 'fy -., Ez?- -T, Q-J - -:A--'V W .. 1 , PW , .-An"'L."' -I I N, . A x F36 'ibn 5 X X, N ,N X f Eew :-rg,:4..: 3 1-V--UR , i . Nh., JE- . .dl T' s .. ,w2",,lggi.1k., . ,QM '75,-., "1-A., 71,1 'N , A , 2 g,- in. 4' ,G 153 COLLEGE INSIGHT- STUDENT LEADERS eggs 5 15" "" 4.35 3' iffy Ill THE STUDENT LEADERS WHO WORK WITH THE COLLEGE INSIGHT PROGRAM AT VSC ARE CHOSEN ON THE BASIS OF SEVERAL QUALITIES AND CHARACTERISTICS. SCHOLARSHIP, LEADERSHIP, INTEREST IN THE SCHOOL AND STUDENTS, AND THE ABILITY TO RELATE WELL TO OTHER PEOPLE ARE SOME OF THE DESIRED ATTRIBUTES FOR A STUDENT LEADER AT VSC. THESE STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR HELPING THE NEW STUDENT MAKE THE ADIUSTMENT TO HIS NEW HOME AT VALDOSTA STATE COLLEGE. BILL HORTMAN BILL is the Coordinator of Coun- seling Services and Orientation. He holds a B.S. and M.Ed. from Valdosta State College. He has been working with Student Development for one year and is involved with such things as counseling, testing, Test Anxiety Reduction, Effective Study classes ,gg and Orientation. MARION ODOM MARION is the student coordinator of Orientation. He is a twenty-year- old senior Accounting major from Moultrie, Georgia. He is Comptroller of the SGA, an associate member of the College Union Board, a DI at WVVS, and a Resident Assistant. He is the son of Mr. Si Mrs. Phil Odom, - lr. ' 1 ,.f' 1 si fl? Legg? iff rr", F. fx' P 'C v-1 W. . s we ' cs Sngg v l'-win S-saw.. -. K v tw .. .f-r,,: . ---:s -, Q' i -, - ' . ,Q ' ans ' s -,va . Q -' , yu .i S QV: xx?" .rv 7 5 ' - -, ""'f1 ' ' F ' Q ,- 2- s 5 I .2 F -.f -1 QA , + f N 3. 'xx LS Nix L -- KATHY FAULKNER KATHY is a 20 year old math major from Waycross, CA. She has been in- volved with orientation for two years and is a TKE sponsor. She is a junior and the daughter of Mr, 81 Mrs. j.L. Faulkner. WES URPHY WES is a senior from Cordele, Georgia, majoring in Business Man- agement. During the past school year, he served as President of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and also as a senator of the SGA, in addition to being a member of the Annual staff. Wes is also an Alpha Zi Delta big brother. He is 20 years old and the son of Mr. 84 Mrs. joel T. Murphy, Sr. BOB HACAN BOB is a 21 year old senior Criminal justice major. He is the recording secretary for the Kappa Alpha frater- nity and has been representative to the interfraternity council for four years. He was the 1976 editor of the PINECONE, a reporter to the SPEC- TATOR staff, a senator for the SCA, and a member of the Student Affairs and Communications Board. He has been involved in the orientation pro- gram for two years and is a Phi Mu Cent for the Phi Mu Sorority. He is the son of Mr. 81 Mrs. 1. Terris Hagan, jr. of Roswell, GA. IENNIFER IQHNSON JENNIFER is a 22 year old Art major from Valdosta, GA. She is a member of Sigma Alpha Chi, the Art Student League and is a KA Southern Belle. She has been involved with orienta- tion for two years. She is the daugh- ter of Mr. 84 Mrs. john W. Hardwick of Cairo, CA. 3 In -.-4' X if ,- Af I ' Q i N fl ,Q -if "+- +1 K ' -4 . it KK M? .Ps K . ..-n ' 4 ' f Q We-f I. l "5 -of Q. I' . 4 .I 'W v I ' I ag -- P 12' .- ,' . - . .Y V " Ill 'X 1Ii'i'1a-'- I 1. -M 'Hg - :- - jj N .. jx- -- VIIIE ., ' I i P 5 fi Qfmfi I-I I 5 VIA Ev. . ' I I ' I I gaaqgg iiii,gg . iff I ma Mfg 52 LOUISE PIERSON LOUISE, a nineteen-year-old sophomore, is from Thomasville, Georgia. She is majoring in Criminal justice. Louise is a senator in the SGA, a member of the College Union Board, a Dj at WVVS. She is the daughter of Mrs. H.E. Pierson, jr. ROBERT DRUKENMILLER ROBERT is a twenty-year-old senior Busi- ness major from Hapeville, Georgia. He is a Resident Assistant in Patterson Hall and participates in the ROTC program here at VSC. He is also a member of the College Union Board and Arnold Air Society. He is the son of Mr. 8. Mrs. Roy Drukenmiller. DICK MCLEOD DICK, a senior Marketing major, twenty- one years of age, is from Albany, Georgia. He is in his second term as President of the SGA, and is also a member of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. Dick is also a member of Sigma Alpha Chi and ODK. He is the son of Mr. 84 Mrs. TW. McLeod. CINDY MCALISTER CINDY is a senior majoring in Special Ed- ucation from Titusville, Florida. She is a member of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority, Cardinal Key, chairman of the College Union Board, and a Resident Assistant. She is 21 years old and the daughter of Mr. 81 Mrs. Everett S. McAlister. Sfudvhf I g! Udvnf I 5 I Desiree Alcachupas- Phillipplm-s UPU H"'MX"K' ""'l"1" Anne- fX1lIIIN'fXxyfh1'l Nmway Wi'Uf'y"1 my I ' 'S 'fd-' 1975-76 FOREIGN STUDENTS if xt , ha M' A-ill' Brigit Schiffauerg Germany Sorgn Neilmn - Denmark Lucia Correla g Brazil N1 9 I Li 1 ' 2 . ' , I :ij JAJLQJ X, 4Il W, I. I I 'YF' Q: N ggi-Q' 9 ew. Q' .Q aww Q f 1 W 4 af .1 N' Q1 ,.-4 ,r ,uw if f 'I Q f ' -1 Qi Jai gf. C525 22 I N T E R F R A T E R N I T Y ZCGG - I--G 1- -will as 'fX 1:57.14 gM,yK', 1-,Q ' . li ' 1' ,, 4 .H NR I fw' QV. he - f " ' K M.. as rA"l ll ' ll '.g O 4 I Hgxu 1 ...44!" ,xv I F Q lMi I 1 I-i Q The purpose of the lnterfraternity Council is t act as a sounding board for the different fratei nities on campus. It also plans Fall rush an Creek Week activities as well as coordinating fra ternity participation at beach trip. The IFC als sponsors competition among the fraternities t determine which one collects the most mone for the annual leukemia drive. Members and officers include: Walter Peacoc - President, Bob Hendrix- Vice President, Ra Chancy- Secretary, joey Sheppard - Treasure Bob Hagan, Brad Clarke, C-reg Mosely, Bi Wright, Chuck McHendry, Tracy Hatfield, Anc Thurmand, Dick McLeod, Rick Greene, We Murphy, Nichy Tampas, David Evans, Bar Webb. Mr. Ken Ferrell- advisor. We -foe.---0 , 9 'TU '51 ' fi' 1 t P al L 1 .V Q 3 X ' 31 . f i If - fsf,..f P ..'. 'iw - Panhellenic Council coordinates all the sorority activities on campus. Panhellenic's purpose is to promote a spirit of friendship and cooperation between sororities and to work for the better- ment of Valdosta State College in general. Member and officers include: judy Seymour - President, Mary Schiavone - Vice-President, Polly Pabor - Treasurer, Secretary - Pam Langston, Kathy Cobler - Publicity, Barbara Tonning, Cathy Starnes, Renee Mansour, Dana Coleman, Betty Tonning, Brenda Conner, Lila C-ammage, Kathy Martin, Bethany Voke. Mrs. Sara Borden- Advisor. 1- -.4-v- 'X Nx . 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A,A,.,, . f Ja w! - 1' Ag mum, Q L ,.fyf' , 1,1-'3 'f'3m.5i1.u - ' ffC4'C f'- M ' 1 .-4 -M-r " "-:px f -" - Af" A ,7f'a,4f s,v .' IN!! egg M I ' f :." 's,,, ', .Q wif ' ft ff V F 6 47, 2 as ' X - ig- Q. ,,. .e 1 ii' - m f'e 1 f f 1 f-a f wrf- 5 "fr '. 'F'-' , 4- .4 J 4 K 'Q' , Hb, P ,.. V ., , -I .nun V-q6RitiL A A ' LN' ,K 1 1 ":' , V P s 1 n in ", " f x.,,,., ,,.- , y..-v ' .v ':9"'v"" "Y if-1 , Ap 1 3' 191 TALENT SHCDVV Announcing Sydney Mance Corneilis Perry, and jonathan Gibson, winners of the 1975-76 V.S.C. talent show. Dancing their way to fame and little fortune, the trio rose to the top as results of discreet judging. Combining disco music with the mechanical move- ments of a robot - the trio of "Syd, Nita, and Gib", really did it up. Other contestants were fan- tastic also but the threesome were simply undefeatable. as ff sa -in xi ri ,X l Ea-.1 My 4. ti iii Y Z t N A 4 i 'Sql , 4. ' fc' gg vainly v ,, 11 , f gsilcrflw 2512-1' J" N 1 ff kbp' fx .,:-: 95 .,,""" -4 4 ' aa- is Avrffs f .':'j.,'F' .' : e i - -4 , Y rs , J b T . " " '2'liS" 'i " 1 'i.'f'fgfs 4g"m,zi sf 4 1 f , ' -1. 1. .ig 'iff .f v . - 2 Sita i , C 1 3 f r , . 3, - X -ff wwaunu ff 4 A i-- w . ....,.,..w--q.--- , l , 'ny S I 51 Mt , Q 1 I 4' F l ill x . r far- - J Qt J, 3 The annual TKE Calendar Girl Contest was held this year on November 4, 1975. Kim Purser, a freshman, won the event and will be Miss january on the TKE Calendar. Sue Link was Miss February, Patricia Knight was Miss March, Susan Gish was Miss April, Vickie Kelly was Miss May, Angela Porier was Miss june, Mary Schavione was Miss luly, Marie Stoddard was Miss August, SuBeth Tillman was Miss September, Sissy Vahn was Miss Oct- ober, Barbara Wlalters was Miss November, and Kay Willis was Miss December. iiivi s . v.,-.ff G '76 r ' I . c, - A "" 14,3-4 . ,. "x ,f 1 .- 3... ld Q15-'J I A ' . i i 3 . f x ,X . . f' KA I' E I 1 'V Q 1 1 r ti Qs iii, , . ! wg S 7' md. K . n Z " s , 'M 5' 5 . 1 5 1 2 s 9 I A N 0 W ' 7 Y if gf ! 3 3 I F2 5 4- J, ' A ,. Es:- ,,,,,,d ,.,.p i HL! T "T Y, , ,ag M' A 6 TKE Calendar Girl nu M. MARSHGRASS N CONCERT Y' Q., P' ff' -o x . -31 'ff-Q 3, a A -4-Q A D9 .v 4 , fr' za , 1 " A o fe V? -A x,X'L gslzvsfy f .f ff v'.f' f gf' 2 nf? -N " A Q - f CQ: ,'7' aka: " fx t s V' Q sv. 'WY A,4v s ,. N 1 ...,-ff ix wg, J E' ir :Tx if 5,2 y- TZ?" UP WITH PEOPLE This spring quarter Valdosta State was honored by having the very talented "Up With People" singing group perform on VSC's campus. The group Consisting of young, talented people from all over the world travels to perform at colleges and universities throughout. VSC was especially proud this year to have these en- tertainers display their talents on our campus. r , I THE MISS VALDUSTA 4 STATE CCLLEGE " PAGAENT 1 l Ms, .Q,,t.w5. 4 tra' I ,Lifts ' -'G-map.-sr' i 'J Gi fri. -ww ' - ss ha V t ,--w...f I di if 'tj x '4 . A Y 2 J' fl 5 5. gr. 1 I ,. .nn S' ' TNJ 1 gy . by YV l -1 CQ . i . QQ, ' li f if ur-Q.. . , ' 1 'j'Z1.,,. ,xv ,Q - -..-, , x t Q . . . . e Q"A ' i t f l nv- . W - .A -I ,,, 6 6 'A ' 1' 1 5- ' A A Nj: "' 4 V 1 I X pi. zf' :ffm 'T nf . .. l .Q-ff? D ', , X X Ry ' f E U , ...ni s b A' YI "Y" If . f , 5. .iii Y! X .1 'xxx-,A -' H 1 x .Q r ht . ' . M SS VSC Kim Purser won her second major beauty title of the year when she won the Miss VSC Contest on February 11, 1976. Earlier in the year, Kim won the TKE Cal- endar Girl Contest. By winning the con- test Kim is the first girl in VSC history to win both of these coveted titles. First-Runner-Up was jill jones. Donna Davis was Second-Runner-Up and Terry Thompson was named Miss Congeniality. A highlight of the event was an appear- ance by Miss America of 1976, Tawny Godin. Miss Godin performed an original piano Composition that she also played in the Miss America Pageant. 199 i B" -. M' x ','f . v ' A N11 xx 5 fx ' L fx ', 7' f , 'S ' Q 4 -1 .. F"'K' s M . , ..,-1 1 Q I ,. .. K' -,.L , -x .I Vg '15 -Q, , '11 .-xr., , 43' L' 77 W 12 ,. 4, ' 112151. .au ig,-v sf, v-. X4 N:-H Yi . , -'Nm nv, ,W F a I D ll: . :D . uv' el'--My-, x , 14 . .,..-hula 5 .-..qf,,13""v 1 I . ,fad ,,,,. -AQ- Nwqweg' " 'N fwfr ' M .-.3 , Q?-X - x ,f .. N. 'P gf ,--- H ,W "' :""" , off .P 1 - , nv., . N xr '1 X:-' A H I -s,,n,., -. ..-" ,Q ' , 3 vm- , w, rw wx Si v 5 Y .. " , X . ini ' . - - ' ' V. Q .. . .yt "T, If, , ' ' f,.qi-zyvv . , . h M ,Y , A .Vx KRW .ew f Q ga-L ' P ., U N :7'i' ' ' .9'-f- ' iw., ,M , ' ., - M22 gffrw 1 : f 'f '1-:V f-Ag A '-2'4Q" -1'-f gg:--2 f 25433: ' . ' . 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" . 1776-1976 BICENTENNIAL Bicentennial fever struck VSC students during Spring Quarter. As the nation's Bicentennial ap- proached, VSC students geared up for the event by participating in the Lowndes County Centennials cele- bration, held on May 16-22. Featured event for VSC students was the Rocking Chair Marathon. Evon Griffin, sponsored by ZTA, won this event by rocking for over eighty hours. The event was sponsored by the Kappa Alpha fraternity. Other high- lights of the week included a histori- cal bike ride, colonial carnival, and a street dance. 1 ,f ,' , . fl , , ' tv - . , , 201 , .. Y-funzf' ,rf , 4 ' 2 Q . Z' K PflC4Qa n Q 5 G ARESXDQ? 5 1 r-2 Y V 3 jig -ag Q, fu I x , if sa . 1?-M 5 . Q F ,N 1 35 Q52 ' K pva-1 14 , .W.-,B - 5 . Univ' 'mf V A 'fAQ,gf1s?Hgf,E543 - -v5,Ni..g.,5 "'-Gig:-':e.5EL - ' ,.,ff's wr .N ,,,,irEX: J' , ,, :1"'f ff' I' -A X -S l Y An g ,X- I I mx, gif ,if . ' Q X A .. .,,, W' Many times during the year VSC students would wander to the back of the Fine Arts Building or to the front of the Cafeteria attracted by the sound of the VSC jazz Ensemble. They have performed at free concerts for VSC students on numerous occassions throughout the year. They are also in constant demand for regularly scheduled college events such as the TKE Calendar Girl Contest or the Miss VSC Pageant. With an ever-increasing repritoire of songs ranging from Scott loplin to the Beatles they are becoming increasingly popular with both VSC students and the Valdosta Community. N I ft in ? Qenvlv I ' fx 4 -. 4 I 2 'iii 1 IV A ' ' ' x iz. s I ' 1 51 ' I H A ,,f' v a UQ ,,. ff m, is 1 fi " A gg, .Q 8 ' "" I I- , ' ,J . v A ,Qi ' '.'i??g4yi:- ' X V.: ' . .,. .., A H .1 , -....-5:3 fi , 1 2 Q. 5 :xi W .x Nr. 27 U 'Q N J, F, 'Q E on. 1 x -1' Q.-.f-1-,mul ,,,.,.,-1 -'H' 2' I 2 ifmlea For it's Winter Production, the VSC Department of Speech and Drama chose a play with a Bicentennial flavor - Richard Sheridan's "The RivaIs." The play was origi- nally performed in 1775. It was a flop then, but since has become an extremely popular play, as its success at VSC indicates. As an added bonus, theatre-goers were able to buy apples and pears from a vendor dressed in an authentic Early American outfit. The play, a comedy of manners, was well- recieved by capacity crowds during each performance. . X 5" 5 jf Lvfj S, 23 lf, K E Y-6' its Az .hr V, ,if 'tv lk X Q1'vFg3 I.. 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HUMECUMING 1 VALDGSTA STATE BLAZERS AUGUSTA IAGUARS HQMECQMING QUEEN MISS KAY WILLIS 3 WM 1 FP ,..u,:.., si if ...T w Q23 S ul LA .K ,Q S , V ' ww ff s 1 X R X 2 r - XV XX f 1 if ' if QI P A ' A u:,V'j Inga: T-ll . 39.-:Q Nix, I I M 1 ' v-1 . .,,,, v , 1 'vs Q Y 'x Registration You wake up early in the morning and drag yourself over to the Education Center to register. Your first obstacle is the massive Oak Street Overpass. It is steep at all times, but it is particu- larly bad at this time of the morning when you can barely walk on a level surface. Having somehow cleared the first obstacle, you then have to convince the guardian of the stairs that you are really the same person that your pink tor is it orange?J computer card says you are. Upon gaining access to the second floor of the Education Center, you are faced with yet another delimma- where to register first. If you are an upperclassman you have nothing to worry about, no one will be knocking down doors to take Accounting 481, Math 495, or History 810. On the other hand, if you are an underclassman, particularly a freshman, be prepared to wait at least half an hour to sign up for the class you want, tif it is still open, which is another story in itselfb. Every entering freshman must take an En- glish, History, Biology, and P.E. and therefore these classes close out faster than all the rest. For entering Freshmen, registration can be a rude awakening to the realities of life. Having waited in lines for several hours to get a schedule which looks nothing at all like the one you had neatly planned on a notecard beforehand, you are now ready to pay your fees. Fee payment means waiting in still another line as the person in front of you weighs the ad- vantages of a five day meal plan as compared to a seven day meal plan. With your decison made you then head for the ID card section to have your ID made. You wonder what sort of person would want to take your picture at a time like this. Upon recieving your completed ID card you look at it and then vow not to show it to anyone. You then go into another room - with chairs, thank God! and prepare to delve into your checking account to the tune of about S500 which entitles you to ten weeks knowledge, VSC style. You then come out of registration an exhausted person, mentally, physically, and financially, But you still have to cross the overpass and you still have to buy books. As you approach the overpass you cannot help but think "I should have stayed in bed!" iv , 1' J' 0 QQQNNQ L"' '- .D"ffVfl,4- , XJ.: 44. Mrk. 1 Wx nm f 1 Lb if " ' Jap . sh f..- uf 1 I Q- N ,1 wx N. , 9 lr. ' J' f-g,i1- ' A s ' 'KQV b 5' 5 Q 'ff xg, Q ' 1, A XA !'f' its N ,f fit gif., , x. Q3711 11-lm xl. 4 Q. 1 fff:-' 5. 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V -' W'-Y David Adams '78 Valdosta, Georgia Katherine Adams '78 Thomasville, Georgia Kathi Adams '77 St. Petersburg, Florida Kenneth Adams '79 Homerville, Georgia Desiree Alcachupas '78 Valdosta, Georgia james H. Alderman jr. '77 Tifton, Georgia john O. Allen '77 Canton, Georgia loan L. Amoss '78 Macon, Georgia Becky Anderson '78 Chickamanga, Georgia Emily Anderson '77 Lake Park, Georgia Marcus M. Anderson '79 Dalton, Georgia Mia Anderson '77 Atlanta, Georgia Patrice Kathleen Are '77 Marietta, Georgia Thersa Ellen Await '79 Bremen, Georgia Melanie Bagley '79 Doraville, Georgia Christine D. Bailey '79 Atlanta, Georgia Mark Bailey '79 Fernandina Beach, Florida Polly Banks '79 Lake Park, Georgia jim Barbaree '79 Smyrna, Georgia Gary E. Barefoot '79 Pitts, Georgia Carla Barfield '77 Thomasville, Georgia Dianne Barnard '79 Thomasville, Georgia l Neecie Bass '79 Hawkinsville, Georgia Debbie Batten '77 Alma, Georgia Glenda Battle '77 Bainbridge, Georgia Frances Beal '78 jacksonville, Florida Mary P. Beal '78 Jacksonville, Florida Anne Bennett '78 Homerville, Georgia Sara E. Bentley '79 Monticello, Florida Sharon Bernhardt '78 Fitzgerald, Georgia Charlene Birdsong '78 Thomaston, Georgia Herschel Blanton '77 Valdosta, Georgia Geralyn Blaydes '78 Cairo, Georgia Kenneth Boggs '79 La Grange, Georgia Penny Bolkcorn '78 Bartow, Florida Chr-ryl Ann Bollish '77 Valdosta, Georgia jon Bolton '77 Mt. Dora, Florida Richard S. Bonner '79 Valdosta, Georgia Barbara Bowen '78 Valdosta, Georgia Diane Bowen '78 Blackshear, Georgia Bing Bower '78 Fitzgerald, Georgia Connie I. Bowers '78 Pembroke, Georgia ' Cindy Bowles '78 Thomaston, Georgia David Boyko '79 Atlanta, Georgia l. Burch Bradley '79 Ashburn, Georgia Laura E. Brady '77 Waycross, Georgia Elizabeth Velma Branam '78 Albany, Georgia Debbie Brewer '77 Gordon, Georgia Randy Brinson '78 jacksonville, Florida Rodney Lee Brock '79 Pelham, Georgia Patti Brown '78 Tifton, Georgia Thomas C. Brown '77 Griffin, Georgia Glad s Buck '77 Palatlla, Georgia Clyde W. Burnham Il '77 Valdosta, Georgia Barbara A. Burns '78 Camilla, Georgia Kenny Burts '79 Chamblee, Georgia L. lane Butler '78 Waycross, Georgia Francisca Campa '78 Valdosta, Georgia Carol Campbell '78 Saint Mary's, Georgia Susan Marie Canipe '78 Atlanta, Georgia Patricia Cantrell '79 Rome, Georgia Annette Carlisle '79 La Grange, Georgia David Carmichael '79 Valdosta, Georgia Sara Dale Carr '78 Sylvester, Georgia Lynn Carroll '78 Nashville, Georgia Cathy Carter '79 Lakeland, Georgia Tammy Carter '79 ,lekyll lsland, Georgia Antlrea Dale Carithers '79 Pitzgerald, Georgia Z Debra Carver '77 Nicholls, Georgia Marcus T. Cassell '78 Vienna, Georgia Phyllis Chambers '78 Gainesville, Florida Susan Chambless '78 Waycross, Georgia Pat Chastain '77 Moultrie, Georgia Patricia Cherry '79 Lyons, Georgia Lawrence Clarington '7 Ft. Valley, Georgia Nancy Clark '79 Moultrie, Georgia Fran Cleveland '79 Camilla, Georgia lean Clough '78 Atlanta, Georgia Thomas 1. Cobb '79 Moultrie, Georgia luanita Cochran '79 Albany, Georgia William R. Coggins '77 Doerun, Georgia Pamela jean Cole '78 Cordele, Georgia Dana Coleman '78 Atlanta, Georgia Ruth Collins '78 Camilla, Georgia Cathy Bonita Cone '77 Valdosta, Georgia Debra Coppock '78 Moultrie, Georgia Steven A Corbett '77 Valdosta, Georgia Lucia M. Correia '77 Brazil Foreign Exchange Student Glenn Cowart '79 Valdosta, Georgia Becky Cowen '77 Camilla, Georgia 237 Scott Crane '78 Valdosta, Georgia Gail Crawford '77 St. George, Georgia Deborah Crew '78 Whigham, Georgia Patrice M. Crews '79 Baxley, Georgia Nelda Cribb '77 Willacoochee, Georgia lohnye Crosby '77 Wanda Crosby '78 Blackshear, Georgia Connie Crowder '77 Chickamauga, Georgia Catherine lean Crowley '78 jacksonville, Florida Barbara Culbreath '78 Doerun, Georgia Stephen Curitore '79 Staten Island, New York ludy Currie '79 Uvalda, Georgia Mike Daniel '78 Fernandina Beach, Florida Sonny Daniels '79 Tifton, Georgia Patricia Ann Darby '79 Lake City, Florida David C. Davis '77 Waycross, Georgia Donna M. Davis '78 Fitzgerald, Georgia john S. Davis '79 St. Augustine, Florida Melvin Dees '77 Brunswick, Georgia Nancy Dell '78 Waycross, Georgia Tammi Lea Denmark '79 Glen Ellyn, lllinois Patricia Dennis '79 Ft. Valley, Georgia Becky DeShazo '79 Atlanta, Georgia jimmy DeYoung '79 Bartow, Florida Karen DiGirolams '77 Winter Park, Florida Kim DiGirolamo '79 Winter Park, Floirda f i . ff' V V ,,,.. -in-.31-, '-'fzeewrf 7 . fi f f' ,- .r 2221" f f , - 1: L 1. I- ny: aeinkk. mg, ,f f Zi pg:-gaze. .Mg 1' A iff' f f - 5 .7 r' ' " 71. ?.a'xvHM' .SX ,M .. , n N l' , ,z A , 4 l' v as ' . lf, X. Z 2 ' Q I fi . 1 'J gi 'Wx fix' ' A J i f' f gg L 4. c i i A i "!' Q' .:' . 'U In 'U . . H- V I gf 1 I m2zz'v1 . -V QW ?52i"?lfW" 1 f cjf.J,y'f' 'ff ' " 6' "ff 14-129 ' ' , . , 'M' 'Vu 1 Q-f if' - . . i l '!'1. , ,.. ,y K L xx X ' ' I Xml ,wa my If 'H if 9': S-rm? Robert Dollar '77 Cairo, Georgia Gail Domingos '78 Macon, Georgia Leon Donahoo, lr. '77 Sycamore, Georgia Bina Dooley '77 Gainesville, Georgia Linda Dowdy '79 Glennville, Georgia lohn P. Drake '78 Donalsonville, Georgia D. Lee Duke '78 Austell, Georgia Tonda Dukes '78 Lake Park, Georgia William Edward Durrett '79 Macon, Georgia Yvonne Ruth Durrett '78 Macon, Georgia Debbie Eakin '77 Chattanooga, Tennessee Nancy Edmunds '77 jacksonville, Florida Geza Ehrentreu '77 Peoria, lllonois Cecilia Elkins '79 Cairo, Georgia Nancy lean Elton '77 Hazelhurst, Georgia Danny Emrich '78 Adel, Georgia Craig S. English '79 Valdosta, Georgia Rhonda Ann Estes '79 Thomaston, Georgia Dawn Ethridge '77 Thomaston, Georgia Stephanie Eubank '79 Lawrenceville, Georgia Patricia Evans '77 Macon, Georgia Dee Dee Faircloth '79 Cordele, Georgia Katherine Farrens '79 jacksonville, Florida Denise M. Fason '79 Valdosta, Georgia Kathy Faulkner '78 Valdosta, Gerogia Vic Feist '77 Medina, Ohio 239 Cheryl Ferguson '79 Orange Park, Florida Sylvia R. Ferguson '78 Thomaston, Georgia Skip Fite '77 Atlanta, Georgia Mike Floyd '77 Harlem, Georgia john Funderbunk '78 Valdosta, Georgia Doris Gantt '77 Folkstom, Georgia Rhonda Gaskins '77 Alpha, Georgia john R. Gay '79 Moultrie, Georgia Robin Geoghagan '78 jacksonville, Georgia jeanie Gibbs '77 Lakeland, Georgia Pamelia Gibbs '78 Fitzgerald, Georgia Carol Gieberg '79 Lake City, Florida Paula, Gilbert '79 Cuthbert, Georgia Palma Gilder '78 Valdosta, Georgia Freddie Gilliam '78 Cordele, Georgia David Gilmore '77 Cuthbert, Georgia Maryann Glenn '79 Thomasville, Georgia Harriet j. Godwin '79 Smyrna, Georgia Chris Vine Gouge '79 France Robin Lynne Gregg '77 Brunswick, Georgia julie Graham '79 Savannah, Georgia Saundra Green '79 Valdosta, Georgia Beth Greer '79 Valdosta, Georgia jim Grier '77 Macon, Georgia Erin G. Griffin '78 jacksonville, Georgia Grace Griffis '78 St. Fargo, Georgia 1 1 elf i's:,.:,a, is --sr YW jgk W f ,w 'K ,""t.1 '17 ,Q we W., '7 fail? 10 1-7 it 'Tw' 74-Q9 N, agff - f kf 4 N.. f .rx N. '-v- X. X dt-ah. '49 17717 f -E, f 6 f IIE ll all. ' F ' --1 ,- 4, Charlotte Grundeis '78 Griffin, Georgia Carla Gudal '79 jacksonville, Georgia jennifer Haas '78 Starke, Florida julie Hadaway '79 jacksonville, Florida Mike Hagood '78 Marietta, Georgia joe Hair '79 Fitzgerald, Georgia Carol F. Hancock '79 Perry, Georgia Mark M. Hanna '79 Donalsonville, Georgia Donald Harden '79 Griffin, Georgia Myron Harper '77 Homerville, Georgia Flora Harrell '79 Parroh, Georgia Debbie Harrison '77 jacksonville, Florida Debra Hayes '79 Atlanta, Georgia Laura Ann Heaney '78 Marietta, Georgia james D. Hedges '79 Dunwoody, Georgia Dotti Henderson '79 Homerville, Georgia David Herlovich '78 Fitzgerald, Georgia Cindy Herrington '79 l Fernandina Beach, Florida Lisa Hester '79 Lumpkin, Georgia Steven C. Hewett '79 Arlington, Georgia Nancy C. Hickey '79 Dunwoody, Georgia Buddy Hobbs '79 Atlanta, Georgia 2 Charles E. Hodges '77 Warrenton, Georgia Karen Holland '78 Valdosta, Georgia David R. Holley '79 lacksonville, Florida Geraldine Holloway '77 Quitman, Georgia Teresa Holman '79 Decatur, Georgia Ann Hopkins '79 Vidalia, Georgia Bruce Hornbuckle '78 Valdosta, Georgia Beverly Howard '77 Valdosta, Georgia Karen Howell '78 Quitman, Georgia ludith M. Howell '78 Valdosta, Georgia Madonna Howze '77 Fitzgerald, Georgia Mary Martha Hull '78 jacksonville, Florida Danny F. Hunter '79 Tlnomaston, Georgia Sharon L. Hynes '79 Altamonte Springs, Fl. Lisa lmwold '79 Atlanta, Georgia Kathy l. Ingram '78 Donalsonville, Georgia Sue lmmel '78 Ocala, Florida Kay Ives '78 Quitman, Georgia Phillip V. labon '79 Valdosta, Georgia Andrew jackson '78 Brenda lackson Vivian lackson Wu 'TS is-,. 5 ,, A gf f'lf"f ..' -af 7? 1 ,fril- .421 ,grjQaj,. A - "-1? 2 L45 A tb, - X 1 I f 6,7 1 , Q ,xiii 1 ,al if fr " If , 0 gf? , , 1, rf A F 8 I ij i ' 1 -:r Q i l r s ' f , iv fr Iz,a, m y 'gif fa! r 1, f f 'ff 5 ff lvu 7 fi' ' ' V 1. n- Li A f 2 ,fa-ff ap, is f-f Wfrhs f r . 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Keefe '78 Valdosta, Georgia Terrance Kelley '78 Moultrie, Georgia Nancy Kelly '79 Pelham, Georgia Vickie Kelly '78 Blackshear, Georgia joey Dean Kinard '77 Moultrie, Georgia Kathy King '79 Donalsonville, Georgia Laura Klingler '79 Doraville, Georgia Cynthia Knight '79 Whigam, Georgia ' Patricia Knight '78 Bartow, Florida Cindy Kyle '79 243 Dianne Lacey '77 Pitts, Georgia Michele LaFrance '79 Winter Park, Florida Susan Nell Lamond '77 Ginger Laney '78 Griffin, Georgia james T. Lang, jr. '78 St. Petersburg, Florida Pam Langston '77 Vidalia, Georgia Karen Larson '79 Lisa Laudenslayer '79 jacksonville, Florida Melissa j. Lay '79 Fernandina Beach, Florida Leanne Lea '78 Atlanta, Georgia Eve Lee '78 Homerville, Georgia Maggie Ann Lee '77 jasper, Florida john F. Lewis '79 Calhoun, Georgia Lynn Lewis '79 Sue Link '77 Ocala, Florida Glenda Little '78 Perry, Georgia Lavaria Livingston '79 Ocilla, Georgia David Mark Logan '79 jacksonville, Florida Coyet Lowery '77 Sandra Lyon '78 jacksonville, Florida Cynthia McAlister '77 Titusville, Florida Beth McCarty '79 Tifton, Georgia Katie McClain '79 Patsy McClure '79 l -l-1 KWVX XXxk'.E" n -- XXNLJI' Q' K :NVQ ,E -MNH? 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Georgia Rebecca Allyn Price '79 lacksonville, Florida 247 Marta Prida '77 Nashville, Georgia lanice Primrose '79 Valdosta, Georgia Sharon Prince '79 Cairo, Georgia Kim Purser '79 Lake City, Florida Cici Ragan '79 Winter Park, Florida Michael Thomas Rasper '77 Chamblee, Georgia Ronald Redner '79 Marietta, Georgia Ann Reed '78 Camilla, Georgia Gene Reeves '78 Smyrna, Georgia David Register '79 Enigma, Georgia Vickie Rhodes '78 Abbeville, Georgia B Scott Richardson '78 Thomasville, Georgia Shcrolyn Richardson '78 Moultrie, Georgia Ralph Phillip Richardson '77 Larry Ricketson '77 Waycross Geor ia f S Deborah Sue Rineair '79 Fitzgerald, Georgia Celestine Roberts '79 Perry, Georgia jennifer Rogers '79 La Grange, Georgia Davey Roland '77 Cochran, Georgia Louise Romaine '79 Valdosta, Georgia lim Rouse '79 Naylor, Georgia Wayne Rucker '78 Flberton, Georgia 1' gh, Q i Singh ff? ..,f " f 'i L i , , . gl avi' , I7 ni , ,:q,,,, , . i 2 l NN tl Hy, 7 " I I, Z' , "ff7f'K""5"9V":h,fI' A W ff' iff, 'f 42, ff , ' 4 1 , W, f ., ,. .i ,ffff,f,f,ff4', A ' V- ' f ,, - ,fran ' ,, . 4 ll, ,.,.,, - , , . 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Allen Ray City, Georgia Linda Austin Thomasville, Georgia Mary Dillon Bagwell Atlanta, Georgia Robert O. Bagwell Atlanta, Georgia Michael Lewis Balboni Ocala, Florida james M. Batten Alma, Georgia Bertha Lanette Becton Tifton, Georgia james H. Bennett, lr. Homerville, Georgia Evelyn Bergmann Ecuador Foreign Exchange Student Robin Lisa Birch Macon, Georgia Annie Phee Black Valdosta, Georgia Richard Walker Bowers Fernandina Beach, Florida Gilda Brathwaite Augusta, Georgia Cheryl Denise Brown Sparks, Georgia Valerie Ann Brunston Hahira, Georgia qm- w--y x . A ,,.A ix I i Wiz . 7 53 3 ' xy' 4 iw 3 M if ,-Ann. 56 if , ' M1 .' ,. g , . , 4. V h r I ff' , Vickie Lynn Bruton Mableton, Georgia john W. Burson Camilla, Georgia Bob E. Calhoun Atlanta, Georgia Kenneth R. Cavanaugh Warner Robins, Georgia Marianne Chastain Thomasville, Georgia Roy E. Childs Abbeville, Georgia Michael L. Clyde Kewanna, Indiana Sue Ann Coleman Statesboro, Georgia Marianna Connor Tifton, Georgia Fay Williams Cook Ashburn, Georgia Mary Elizabeth Cooke Adel, Georgia Cynthia Paige Cooley Mt. Crawford, Virginia William S. Cowart Valdosta, Georgia Charlotte Crew Whigam, Georgia Peggy Sue Currie Uvalda, Georgia Donna Dale Davis Fitzgerald, Georgia Hutch Deloach Albany, Georgia Archie Gibson Dixon, jr. Blackshear, Georgia Gregory V. Dubay Adel, Georgia Linda M. Eden jesup, Georgia Melanie Funderburk LaGrange, Georgia Patricia Ann Goldston Warner Robins, Georgia Louis Wayne Goolsby Cairo, Georgia Craig A. Goss lndialantic, Florida Ruth Griffis Homerville, Georgia Robert W. Hagan Roswell, Georgia Carolyn Hagin Donna R. Hand jacksonville, Florida Ellen A. Hart Glenwood, Georgia Carol Sue Henricks Tucker, Georgia Diane Dean Hickman Belle Glade, Florida lean-Michel Hilaire Haiti Foreign Exchange Student X L X Ni? 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McCraine Willacooc hee, Georgia as ,Q y Luberta Skip McDonald Adel, Georgia Bud McLeod Iron City, Georgia Pamela Ann Maxwell Thomasville, Georgia William R. Maxwell Thomaston, Georgia Carol Ann Meeks Douglas, Georgia Susan Annette Mertz St. Petersburg, Florida Michael R. Miller Valdosta, Georgia Rebecca Ann Millsaps Warner Robins, Georgia Mike Montgomery Atlanta, Georgia Carolyn Ann Mullikin Cochran, Georgia Lynda Brantley Newby Williamson, Georgia Banjo Norman Susan Elizabeth North Atlanta, Georgia Randy Calvin Parker Doerun, Georgia Barbara Peagler Waycross, Georgia William Pendleton, jr. Valdosta, Georgia Sanford Thomas Perryman Sylvester, Georgia Constance Ann Popwell Hawkinsville, Georgia Connie S. Powell Atlanta, Georgia Christopher lon Premo Warner Robins, Georgia Shirley Ann Pritchett Cochran, Georgia Shirley Manning Rayburn Decatur, Georgia Sherry joy Rentz Moultrie, Georgia Karen Denise Revell Moultrie, Georgia Marcia Roberson Ricks Winter Garden, Florida Danny Lynn Riddle Albany, Georgia Mark W. Roadarmel Warner Robins, Georgia james Robinson Valdosta, Georgia Elizabeth Shaw Rogers Valdosta, Georgia Michael james Rust Valdosta, Georgia Michael Allen Simpson Valdosta, Georgia Deborah Lynn Smith jacksonville, Florida Lynda jean Smith Valdosta, Georgia Ralph L. Starling Valdosta, Georgia Beth Strickland Brunswick, Georgia 1. Norman Strickland Mayday, Georgia Terry K. Sublett Valdosta, Georgia john C. Takash Albany Georgia Phyllis Yvonne Thornton Thomasville, Georgia William P. Thornton Warner Robins, Georgia Martha lan Thurman Donalsonville, Georgia Barbara Tonning Waycross, Georgia Eston Nicholson Tucker Tifton, Georgia Sissy Vann Atlanta, Gerogia Gavin L. 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Mix Wo I sn, f: K will not stop I will be replaced by others 1, K, gl ,ga ., Y 'Ribs i A ,, , g 9 QQ x , ' an ' mf-s.'-WWW-,, "?vf?'Ei5il7i?3 lL. Where was I? I no longer will live in a sheltered environment H FhoArtg ra. 'YQ f - f,,.,. . ulgr, "1 w ff 'Q .pu-r+f ' ' - , . ff, 4 " gy! .-.4 7 v. .-xfffi ni .. ' , . V. 1 :.,:,11gg.,d ' . -h f, . ?y",... M fuz.'?.. P?" ,uf Q' I 3 P oe I IE' W 'hi ,pf , 4, N4 A I ,Y. Y, fqrjr' ' ,n . ,L-'-xfiffs' 7 ff' mi, A -' 'fx' V -v., , I 'A lf :V . ,Jw I , 4' 4' wg :gi .2-f' 2 . .1 ,L ff A W --1' A 5 M . , n .x' N! . u, v ,,' ,x fx' yo igggglqg' dr J' Y - 'Y Z' ?sliU w : wi. K , ww . Q if , Y f. ?,',U - 'T n fxsi axs , Fw -,+f,:A..,mf,rq :,..hfx,Ar ... - s lx if-EQ Ky ! A XX ,Y , - -. f l ' N. .fy My mind will expand and many new horizons will be for me to discover.- 289 gl..-.-.,,., Yet, I can lf I choose, withdraw into myself -:QV ff "Q:-+ J... I Q,-.....,,,,. W is HN v. 1- X. s. s- 1' e mg V' H 99115 as , iff-f?'i EMI? 2 'A W F' 1 QT .Wg 5 JA , 1 ,f'? if Xs 4 ff 4 7 if It is my decision and my future .... Where was I? 291 I no longer will live in a sheltered environment- My mind will . E ri' f. . ii" .f.4i.,,f3i'gg V 5' ,V W' 1 -'I i W 'iff QP? V-fi ' ,fi 5 3 1 :Q gl il fi Q Q li - e ? 3 ' l, , 5 l TIS f l I ili- Q' ' 1 5,45 X K '-'if'-7 ,Ii-A expand and many new horizons will open before me. 32541 J. . .M gay, ,fri 43. sw - 3531, ' ' V-is . '..g1,K,, 39' ?"'f8""'XQ:i!5'9- Y. L-"1 M. 4' L Pnqfrf., fi? W i 1 fffi i .' n ,ix , sl i VL' ' U' i a 4" i ' Q '1 7' ' s 53- ' Uv V 'A ff' ff,vi,- fe 'Hfianf :ww ,pi I am Reaching, feeling, touching -, . . MW.. .5-M-.4-swf, iq. P 1 I 17. ,...I. wg sv' U QE !n2 i a :fini ggsivzi ai 3 I r ff 'N -- fs. .. Q ,, 1. EX fivailfi 1- 4 'fXu! lb n '-arts whk Trying to realize who you are. Who am l?? aj Z' 295 .l -, , . mi" PINE CONE l X Valdosta State Yearbook - Powell Hall - VSC H5 4' ' ' valdosra, Georgia 31601 . Ph. 247-3308 W hr-II X fgfy H aff! Y-1 ff l I, l l .., , tt ll ll ,JJ V' .xx X 33. 17, A ' 1 1 ,I ,xl 1-jg lr 1.59-f 'f -, WX I' , j 'Sgr' . l -. E' Z5 ' " l V1 VV "fl I .fff',Y'5f A Q f digit: i -fly' ' ' ' , ,,a'--f'2,f-1"-QU 1,7 ' L .49gji7j,,,gf, ty 6, Mir'-. . it i :ily Vi-in , 1 l EDITOR' NOTE It has certainly been a privilege and an honor to have been the editor of the 1976 edition of the PINECONE and to have worked with the wonderful people who served on the staff. We were faced with more tasks and experiences than meets the eye. Many hours were spent in the small office in Powell Hall in preparing layouts and copy, cropping pictures, and other items too numerous to mention. There were times when we felt as if this book would never meet its deadline. For some reason things were always going wrong. Pictures which we needed weren't to the perfected point or someone couldn't meet his deadline with an assignment. But with the complete cooperation of each staff member everything ended well. If I failed to mention our advisor, Mr. john Albright, I would be doing a terrible injustice to this book. He was always standing by to offer his assis- tance and guidance in any way possible. I would also like to thank Dean Andrew I. Bond, Mr. Mike Thornton and the entire Criminal justice dept. for their cooperation in helping me put out this book. It is rather difficult to satisfy everyone, but it has been my ultimate aim to satisfy as many people on the campus and to make this book a true 1975-76 reflection of Valdosta State College. With the last paragraph on the last page, I would like to say "THANK YOU" to the entire staff and everyone who contributed something to the publication of the 1976 PINECONE. Bob Hagan, Editor 1976 PINECONE Editor - Bob Hagan Associate Editor - Ken Cavanaugh Advisor - John Albright I v .,. rx- 1? '42 Xl A ' H'1'. A' f - I - . 4. x . I 1 1 1 I . 'Q I 1 ' v Vpx '. L':Al .. I9 ' ,LL gb ,-xt 4 I L Il. .,'1"'r sg. . ,Aga I.-1. ,gj l Q,-Jw r f 5.v.,' I ,qi Q5! ' A ". '. Digi - ' gr' hae! jf' rf rx? l'iH . N ,x::7 f5' 14 .-W, s W . . 4 Q . pc: vi -, . 1' t 'f ,.":' . .gi 'V' 1.yt 4' , , '11'A' 4 VT' nj Q1 ., fr, 1 '. ' ' .bln ' , '1- IN ..1 l f'- 'u 1 '.fa""'. 1- 2 x' ' x ' uri 1' -'I' 44' u". - ff Q 'iris' -if I .qyff f ..,:' mf' X 5 V I I, . r 'i 'x'r'? . ' . .H.: :K+ ' I y3L--J vfvf, 'r 'I W ad ,'.5, 'v!l4 ,' -ff , f s --M' 1 ,.f- I f ' e' ,R Aff: 4 'fiif . . X , ,fp I 10" x W ,W f . 5 1 H ,s, f H M ' I E 4 . p mf J q, 3,1 ,wal 1 ,. 'i'r5?P: f.: ' 511 x AJ K. .l-5 1,41 -, it ll' V" ,W , xx: Wx fi I f 1 1 4 L,-, A . 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