Valdosta State University - Pinecone Yearbook (Valdosta, GA)

 - Class of 1981

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' M 'wa-1 :1-I Vvll " I new attltudes . . . new surroundings ,B mv f new people O , ' of V -, W-, , 'X f D . , I -C. 5 as AQ ' 1 fr ,pg 9, I hw' n 0 ' A 1 ' U . fy o 5 kt A ' ' ' I 8 1 ' tr . v 1 Y x l 4 A 8' lv A ,I 1, ' 1 .. YK, '2 ,. . F. -r- -I., , nf Q F' dp- -.-,QQ 41 ., 3v,?11Qj3:.y51U.'JQ:,- 1.-Q . .' ' .f f Xj1f+i3L'yg,-tzfy, ww 42 1 xi x g-.ls.'vYv, 4 -'jc fb Q4r,"1,., A4 -'.1lF,J "3 "Lf-5 'aff' Y f 2315? - ff , U fW??+wP1mw my kfiffagwgj. f. X 'ijt ,ff 5.46 -'T3.-".h..1- .s., '3- x' 'X ,.,-f Milestones 3 , . 4 , b I W.. ..,"-A' -X. -J Til ,,. i ,CN . V3 Y 'A 1,44 I . ?EfEE,i.,::. i ..3i.a1xm. r ,X .9-1, Q -'TNS-gb'-P.1'fv' :5 3 . MQ, LAS .. , , 'X Y gy U V CVM, s. ', Nfl' 'ad xv .px :wan d :Z X, ' fx . ..fyR,,.??'Y1 . "'l'-H" "k,"?4"-fi 'H .V , F w 1 1 sy P X f N xr. K . , QS gtk, X .. 315, 2 ' sf' I ,Q I-'HV J- 99' cf? -.. ,fn Q g UI, ' .. . If 5 Siu: '.,. 3 ft ' . H 'g4f1p -eva: I I 'i . ff jc' - 5 . ' ,R ' .. f ' -I 1 .1 , ' ' T, ' 13 ' . r . x!,,l11gg 4 " ' . 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V x Q 'fl is ,ns . , '1?!'?, h 'rf A L . 1- -.sf-3-1 7. .'0 ,X Pd IT ALL BEGINS . X 'GX 51 I x X I """g Lines, lines, lines . . . the most familiar site at the I xQz E-'W beginning of the quarter. Lines to get a class, turn in cards, have our photogenio ID cards made and lines to get in line. "Put your student number here . . . I'm sorry, s 'x 5 5 4 that class is closed . . . You are in the wrong line Books to buy, more money to spend . . . We've only just begun. 21,2 44 G-it BLAZER 4 PROUD T0 Ha' xv'-vi BC: F nr 5-X-A! bl Z1 . f I!! xx 1 n xg jimi .af nf. , Q 1'9i'!!S's.12i!."t1xw'. 'nllemcflr ssc.-.rr a '71 Q L4 fm: -5:2 1- x41YE1:'u. lEjY1-: Fixx r 1 vll . Iss !:,, fFW'9 5-eu fa ' I 'i 4'-' 1 4. , , f - .4 ,. 4.-Q -. NCQ' nay. 4 9 1 ' i. - lm, 51 I 'SZ i. 41 , 1' -uw 8 ' 1 A N . 'NA . 9. 0 . " '44, ,f . . , V ., , , - Q - . -' 'mi ' 'Af' -if 5 f . 7' 'V L14 .J .gf - . ' 5 " U' u Q, ?, A , , 43 , '4"'?": . 'V 2 , ' fig 'gulf-""A , xY'N..i xv U4 My M" I' Ae V f' , 5 'il .v , iff x h Y ,,, ' ar - gg, 5 g, if . ?'x':ff'- V X". .An e - 4 "' w3.v ga - x -ifs",.Q' " 18.9.44- 'L o -. Q. -09' N D " ..i.r""" .L M8 ,, .J 54 , 1,. ,. Q .xki 0-"' , 'Qixaf-' ' - .531 .. Y 21 ZI?'!'SlAl'1lii.LA-l.et.n.f..fl11'x1 ZTZA.i- 1?-S3157 's.""i NZ i7""u TW 7 ' ' ff .J EATING IN S. 35. K VSC cafeteria caters to a large majority of the students on campus. Though the food may not be in competition with Dear Old Mom's cooking, well-balanced meals are served three times a day. This year, the food service provided a Prime Rib Night, a Birthday Party Night, and even a Hawaiian Luau with authentic music. Occa- sionally, the food service serves a Chef's Surprise in which eating becomes a game: "What is it?" eff' f ,iw C 1958. K . Xu., H b-4 ' ,A , - .mf W z4N.,,.p, ,M 5.34 , "' 44, ' I 4 7- sz. of H . . .Of EATING OUT ....,.q... -... ' Q "--..v......'....,,, .,. . Ahh ' A---mf, HONEYQ ri u in ours ng sour sun an I , , I n - A i - ' D' 'ff q' i As the students get tired of the VSC cafeteria IE HAVE THE CURE FOR THESE 'All DAYS TAKE A FIOSTV BREAK food, Valdosta provides many options to choose from. Wendy's is fast and delicious, Jim- bo's is a popular late-night spot, and Hoagie's is the all-time favorite place for students to meet and dine together. . '.1."f , - - v f . v 1-1' - - ..,x .dp , I , sb' 'al I 1 . lr. 4 hi' J . 'TH ,R L , .ws A.. K N X, . F ' def A x if I' "" -, 1 , :qw x - 3 dfi ' 4: E ' l p , 3 A-4 M ,NA ! -L' I Y" -'- w -1 , 7 5 Qi--?f,,1ig ,Tnggggai ., A Q M - A 3 F kq" i ' -I s 1 'Q X. I 1 Q ! W. .,, nm? ,w-- 1v.JZ.m.':.1! 31 lf"4 Q 'Q 1 an - f -1 4 Al. ,+'-ff. , 24 I 1 I j ff. 11. ,f s '15 3. ' ' , ..:.7ihun.. xp All FQQWOI ' Yiuru-.ii lv 1, 1 YS V fri, - l ., Q1 ., ' ,Q ,- -' " Q iq. . ' '- lhrlflv - 1 A . 2 , - . A A , ,qyg-55, A X. 1 'X F, 'Psy N 'I I ' 4 tn." ' H' X Q X .- Y 1 gi ' Ns . 4":,' A ' A 2 fl 'N HGMECOMING '81 Lx x "Pr, 1" lx x 1 26 A 1, A. fi- -if fi 4 A ' . , 1 ,n 4. ,T ' ,. W 1,117 -V iw WA A .wall Q - .U W :X-A f- use W1 N-A ..-" f ,,.- n- -'A -4 " "' , i ' I . s- '.., -f K- th- " ,, gg, ---' -f ' .1 '-., S f ' X ' '. . ..- ' ., X-,f xi- , -' - .7. X ' X.-1, -X-, .X H t V -' - A fm, . f-1 X ,.....f ' X,-. X,-4 ' - g- "' "' fi X.-1' X'-,..! XV-, " . ni r' I x-f X'f...fQ' Xe, N., ' xx 'T ' u " x '-N 'X , "' - -' , .. - .iz-X73 f"5Xx JX .-1 ,.-AX -., -.-. B-1 ..- X v ,. - " Fw X... ' -- ,, 1 s-ix X M 'B-X X'-X X.,-.X W . V..f x, X X -.V - A xxx-4, ' X545 -,XA '-X-I -- XX B- -- X-VN- - X71 Nigf xt- X. -X -A x, -.fl h-.if xi -M -X by X w The Valdosta State College Homecoming theme emphasized the 75th anniversary of our chartering in 1906, "Diamond Jubi- lee". This year to celebrate this joyous occasion VSC returned to a baseball game rather than basketball, VSC Blazers vs Universi- ty of Georgia Bulldogs K6-75. Along with the game, Miss Margret Lewis, sponsored by BSU, was crowned Homecoming Queen. She received the honor of throwing the opening ball to begin the baseball action. Blazer alumni got into the spirit with a fun-filled baseball game against the varsity Blazers. Alumni also enjoyed a Homecoming banquet given Saturday night. While Homecoming honored the VSC alumni, students, faculty and friends enjoyed it as well. Highlights of our Diamond Jubilee included the annual coffee hosted by Dr. 81 Mrs. Baily along with the College Union Board's annual carnival. Various Greek organizations placed displays throughout the campus. The Kappa Alpha order took first place in the competition with Kappa Delta sorority second and Zeta Tau Alpha third. To top the Homecoming weekend off, Zeal played all time songs of the day at our annual Homecoming dance. is ! -M Y X A X '. X ., tvxlrx, I Q NX XX P ' FAQ ,M P. 4 A V :L u i T59 A I 1 i N.. Q Izumi? fu' JW . , A Z, is I ,Q J, A q ag,-,T A 5,11 if ,, I, ig? , I .-.fs A 5 I ,Q Arfleu K3 - . K F- 7 fm l l xii, Ii , I' ,Nl T X X I ' , I WA W I - nl ,I I Killa in ' A A T JX4 409' V "f" 023- .3 A' A A ., f f- '5 A ,3,,,3,g1 . wx, , T of A T ." T 9 4 A fe 15 6944 '-i Z' 'W T , ' 412554, ',,pf"'91 ' A sa, ae- nf A . f'--.344 9A'9.s9J.x9in..,4 Z i-in - Q x 'Y'a5""v'v '-M ,. l , if ffl- if , S W "lr a 1 4u5H1,.f"rv ', A A 'l f 'sf ef iw 2 ' ' gf-a t-44 r iff if . 4 S Q Q O J it "gif 1 1 -pe 'Nuff ' ' - h A 'zi' ' I i 4 , -V lqlxq .Cx -4, -, A - g X K L - is . Y- 'A J 'I .. "- I D lg uur' Q ' A I g x A Q R I A 27 TKE CALENDAR GIRL T5 if--2 - 5 14 Al On November 10, 1980 the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity held their annual TKE Calendar Girl contest. This year twenty- one girls representing the var- ious sororities and fraternities on campus participated. Jamie Tootle was crowned 1981 TKE calen- dar girl. The other finalists are as follows Joann Parmalee, first runner up, Joan Chapman, second runner up, Lisa Holland, third runner upg Marlesa Ball, fourth runner upg Jamie Beagle, Teresa Ann Davis, Lana Flake, Harriet Madison, Robin Mae Suale, Mary Tit- shaw, and Rhonda Tucker. The portraits of the twelve finalists are featured in the showcase located in the Student Union. .LA M P8 ,N 'QE A, ,, 3. Q if'-A .rf .J ic. 2 S ,S xi Egg! it if i .59 Q, ' ft sri..-J 5 wi ,, ,A . 1 , . .Q '1 ' TI l if .7 W' 1 vi , in M. ,li Iv . V ri T T 4, ,r',,",QEi.'.!."l...:..J ,nn ' T. L, I i MISS VSC The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity hosted their 29th annual Miss VSC pageant on Febru- ary 26. Twelve lovely ladies competited for the "Miss VSC" crown. Miss Laura George won the title. The runner-ups are as followes: First runner-up, Rhonda Tuckerg Second runner-up, Joan Chapmang Jamie Tootle and Iris Cooper were includ- ed in the top five. Lynn Parramore was named most talented. Miss George represented us in the Miss Georgia Pageant in late June. 29 WHO S WHO The 1981 edltnon of Who s Who Among Students ln Amerucan UDIVGTSITIGS and Colleges IS to carry the names of 29 students from Valdosta State College who have been selected as belng the country s most outstandlng college students Selectlon IS based on academlc achlevement servlces to the communuty leadershlp un extracurncular actlvltues and future potentual sand Dr Andrew J Bond dean of students at VSC Students named thus year from Valdosta State are Oscar Aguero Karl Chuang Fllcky Chrlstue Roberta Lee Dukes Charles Wesley Muller Maxlne Martln and Chrnstlne Lee Plvers Others named are Joyce Carr Stephanle Chaney Holland Clark Mary Lynn Clearman Llsa Crokett James E Dennls Janlce Fluellen Leslle Garland Robert Jones Gordon Kulp Patrlck McAll1ster Perry McGu1re Rene Mosley Fellcla Norwood Mark Patterson Kathy Payne John Davld Peeples Carolyn Ann Flomlne Joel A Smuth Elleen Wachowlak and Suzanne Whlte FPESHMAN SCHOLAPS Students who make a grade polnt average above 3 5 are named Freshman Scholars Presldent s Freshman Scholars not only have that 3 5 average but are the 12 students wlth the hlghest average among all freshman at VSC Named as Presldent s Freshman Scholars are Valerle Gruner Jamu Norrls Llndsey Lewls Russell Howard Deborah Sklnner Barbara Blshop Mary Sacelle KathyJ Vonner Charles Sauls Sandra Scales Curtls Cochran and Barbara Wllllams Desngnated as Freshman Scholars are Llnda Tyus Mlllncent Palmer Lnsa Potts Janlce Farrow TP Matthls Justln Lnghtsey Greg Gerlock Tonja Hlatt Pat Myers Pam Skules Edward Scaravllle and Flemer Wetherlng ' 1 , H . . . . . . ' 1 1 . . . ... . ,, . 1 - - 1 ' 1 1 1 I I I ' - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ' I I ' . . , ' 1 . , . . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 I I I ' ' I I I I I 1 1 ' Q"ff'7 lik MARGA AND MAC AWARDS The Marga and Mac Awards are given by Sigma Alpha Chi Honor Society to the outstand- ing man and woman in the senior college. Recipi- ents must have demonstrated academic superi- ority as well as outstanding leadership in campus activities. The selection is made by a committee of students and faculty members from an impressive list of nominees. The 1981 winners are: Marga Award-Leslie Ann Gar- ANNIE PDWE HDPPEFZ land, Mac Award-John W. Sapp. AWARD The award that incites the most curiosity and anxiety during the honors day program each year is the naming ofthe recipient of the Annie Powe Hopper Award, given by the Alumni Association and by the family and friends of Annie Powe Hopper, VSC's first Dean of Women. During the past 20 years, this has been the most distinguished award given at the Honors Day program. Every year, each faculty member is asked to submit the name of an outstanding senior to the Academic Honors Committee. The Honors Committee, the Dean of Students, and the Dean of Faculties then select the person whom they believe best qualified of all those who were named. The recipient must be one graduating in December, 1980 through August, 1981. He or she must stand high academically and best exemplify the traditions of the college and those traits of character and dignity associated with the memory of Annie Powe Hopper. The recipient of this year's award was John Sapp. John has been named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, nominated for Outstanding Young Men in America, and named to the List of International Youth in Achievement. He has served in numerous roles of leadership during his college years, yet he has maintained a 3.82 grade point average. A 3 1 I-rxhZ1:v:..xsb.-un-..-..-i ..... - A. HGNORS DAY i Z ' I ' ' . 1 v ' . Y . Q i i f r ' f ' Q 5 g 'ifiii i R :Q- R499 Y I ,fx 21 1 Xxy -if Ak- V Q-Jr , Honors Day, an annual tradition at Valdosta State was held this year on May 6. Hosted by President Bailey, this ceremony recognized many of VSC's outstanding students who have distinguished themselves as seniors or underclassmen. Recipients of Departmental Awards are . . . De- partment of Accounting and Fi- nance: Accounting Award-Holland M. Clarkg Finance Award-Pamela Jane Sutton. Division of Aerospace Studies: Outstanding Achievement Awards: Junior, Robert L. Swaleg Sophomore Brendalyn A. Oliverg .ii lr' Freshman, Kristina D. Davis. Depart- ment of Biology: Marjorie E. Carter Memorial Award-Leslie A. Garland. School ofBusinessAdministration: Wall Street Journal Student Achieve- ment Award-Holland M. Clark. De- partment of Chemistry: Freshman Chemistry Handbook Award-Wes- Iey Wallis Walker. Department of History: Phi Alpha Theta Book 196624 A 4 ,I 1 3 r it I Award-Suzanne Fl. Whiteg Out- standing Freshman Award-Ronald Rector. Department of Manage- ment: American Society for Personnel Administration Award-Roberta Lee Dukes: Wall Street Journal Award- Douglas A. Ross. Department of Marketing and Economics: Wall Street Journal Student Achievement Award-Jill Banks. Department of Mathematics and Computer Sci- ence: Mathematics Achievement Award-Daniel T. Sharpe, lllg Math- ematics Education Achievement Award-Mary Lynn Clearman. De- partment of Modern Foreign Lan- guage: French Award-Mary L. Wis- sertg Spanish Award-LaRue Norman Nelson. Department of Mu- sic: Outstanding Freshman Music Ma- jor Award-Wayne Helmlyg Sigma Al- pha lota Foundation College Honor Award-Lenora Kathleen Caison. Department of Political Science: Pre-law Award-John Taylor. De- partment of Sociology and Crimi- nal Justice: Joseph A. Durrenberger Award-Jan L. Childers. Depart- ment of Speech and Drama: Speech Communication Award- Flicky Fl. Christie: Theatre Award- William G. Hester. The American Association of Univer- sity of Women's Award was given to Roberta Lee Dukes. This award is given to the female graduate of VSC whose overall gradepoint average is at least 3.5 and who has demonstrat- ed talents for intellectual growth and leadership through her involvement in clubs, organizations, projects, and! or work experience during her college years. . ff W, d f- 49- . 4 LL 1 .f 34 g... fu L wg v MW' A V-ff m Fine Arts One of the events during the Fine Arts Festival was a program presented for the rededication of the Whitehead Memorial Pipe Organ, the White- head Auditorium, and the Fine Arts Building. The program combined the talents of Ruth Sisson, Or- ganist, the Concert Band, Ed Barr, Director, the Concert Choir, Ruth Sisson, Director, and Vaclav Nelhybel, Guest Conductor and Composer. Festival 1. K . 1 It I 1 S PEECH AND DRAMA AWARDS BANQUET 'ffi 34. ? 'N , 9 L., 9 "' I T' N f . if sl- 'dl-A 'Vx The Speech and Drama depart- ment held its first annual awards banquet to honor outstanding stu- dents. The banquet, on May 27th, was at the Sheraton Motor Lodge. The awards were preceeded with dinner and a skit, done by several clowning students, mocking the various professors of the depart- ment. After the laughs, Bill Jones, master of ceremonies began the program. Dr. Christie honored those participating in the intern pro- gram. Dr. Muessling presented public relations awards to Janis Harpe, Pam Goodwin, Andy Can- non, Lucy Williams, Peggy Mills, and Bill Jones. T.V. and Fiadio awards went to Glen Carson, John Terry, and Busty Oliver. Mrs. McRae presented Ken Chappell with a speech award. The Drama 1 ' i .LI Department honored Jerry Valerie Gruner, Billy Hester, Chappell, Nina Reeves and A -uzw---A ' Orr, McKinnon for their outstanding con- Ken tributions to the theatre program. Ray Dr. Christie received the All-Ameri- wi. ii 1' i,: X 5 ,. K 1 ? Q i i , 2. i' fv- zf if, Aw .gif A5--f"" 'NX 5 1. ln 1 :' --- ,. V ,' x frm' A can boy award and Dr. Muesslin 4 1 5 ' Lice' 6' S along with Dr. and Mrs. Bailey were honored. College Union Presents ,.....,I K nuillw'-U4-' ' ' kwa, 1? 'www -anew-af 1 E 38 1. Dr. Tom 81 Seus, dramatic mime troupe perform. 2. Vernon Mall, an accomplished musical mechanic, solid vocalist, and sensual writer enter- tains VSC students. 3. Students were given the chance to show their talent in the Campus Wide Talent Show. 4. Mike Williams with his pickin' and grinnin' proved to be a treat "tickling our innards, not to mention rearrang- ing our brains". 5. Dr. Tom 8t Seus proved to be highly entertaining. 6. Jack White, the professional billaird player and "trick shot" expert entertained in the Blazer Room. 'Sw ii, , . Ag. 'i:5,: f',I',i-'gf 7,55 ' my , . . , fer.. I l Je. "" .-1-.'E'2!'..9i'3!1h..fE?fi"21QQ.'J: Tiff? 2 5' ' .1 F1 - -T'14.ifS4IYE?I"i i' ' t A' C. QQ, QQ nl' 0- 3 . N, .ew bf ft", - : Til. M QTSA W-'Sw A ' 5 8 : -W,.f ' ' 41 MGTHEWS FINEST DAZZLES VSC The College Union Board was proud to present Mother's Finest in concert May 5, with two show- times. Mother's Finest, an Atlanta based band whose music com- bines Funk and Rock, has a reputa- tion for some of the most exciting concerts ever given. The concert lived up to its reputation as VSC saw one of the best concerts around. The Tuesday evening of May 5 was one of the most exciting ever to hit Valdosta. Mother's Fin- est along with Teddy Baker defi- nitely proved to rock and dazzle VSC. N ,Ii Ts.. Swim Meet N AQ 1 4-s ...--l s-V A-.5 g..,,,..- 1 .5 1 f."K" Q 'fa In sz lr ,A - 1 ea' " ,wx M M ,Tw I Q - 2, 23-' , , R -wt: ,V Q ' S Q A i , -if-J. :V9 .. . ,x ,v x inf l' txt" ,D ,. ? ,nf f x ,T N .UAL i"""'- 2"' Y Y 1 J f " I ? 5 ' , , - 7 4 'Y , 1 s 5 - S 3 , ,.... f, r ' ' 54 Q" V ' V ' " 'f 2-'?'i1-I-2Z5fT"'11'E':F. -1l5.!:'KQ325:" J..1'f?T.'.5ff11'Cg?i'-9'-5i! zE63BlE5R'i fS- ,Z - -.jx Q .W Q 9 ',. , ' 's F he The Fabulous Fable Factory r?17?iix1.fEaEi?R3.1H1?5dwh:si v-amn.1's4ffpfsF4swW wfawzix- . .. .a asgff TV L 'iih 1 -atm A Little Night Music --.,- . . ' fJ.',', 34.-i,Q,. 1 usones Kiwf in if Y 1' 1 gg, . J' Wir x,-,QR ' "'2f'r S1332 nifrr'-P 'iii'-:Aga-r:'1:':?i:g .+:.-Wemn-at-':.w.w14+r1.1m'f:ca.na:fi2n:zmzex1L S- Dark of the Moon In Spring Quarter 1981, the VSC Drama Depart- ment presented a memorable performance of Dark of the Moon, a folk drama based on "The Ballad of Barbara Allen" set in the Smoky Mountains. Starring in the presentation were Ken Chappell, Flay McKin- non, and Jeanine Gibbs. Directed by Randy Wheeler, the play was produced in association with Samuel French, Inc. Z i z as 1? '12 W I 1 xxx U 44, ,:..,- ' Q 'T 'Q 4 -TTI l 0-Uhr un.. 11 Ulm- , , ,, , ,1 , 4 V , .f ,g- 2 . wg., 4 - : 5 , 1 f. , V-W ,, " ,,., w ry, f 1 ' '-f ,ZQJLSP c-'-f,-2"4'f H ww f 'G F ffs, ' an U 'lv WDM -i3lma'43.Vfd'mfI!L'1'PIYHC'S3er-f-iffii4'J:s"'-73155-LE'i17Y. A J.F4YPJ1?'3iZx vs' 4 ,p xx A- san - 71'-A ' lT'S SPRING!! iw 'FQ p ""'W k ,un- ' "I 3-'Q'-'M 5 48 -Q.. '35 ,. .,,, ..-V V M- '?"""'s.,,,-4Mq-'iff-W"' """a'f V 745- 'MV HW Vnvdvw-104W 4.-W,,.,.,..,-un-v" M-vwnlw Iwmo- -iii ,,.,.....-on-'- X ' ef' 1 g f , . at , f 9 ez! ' Z fl Ifv fu: ' 0 f , ,I w ,Q J President Bailey and his wife, Joanie Bailey, opened their hearts and home in April to invite all students over for ice cream. The Jazz Ensemble provided the entertainment. The College Union Board assisted Mrs. Bai- ley in decorating the yard with a various assortment of ice cream cones. A good time was had by all. . --. f, .cr-1 'hn- I ICE CREAM WITH THE BAILEY s - r " 21 1- ' TKE Frolics qf,'.1 1 I1 1 Q. v " :- FW ,f ! -'S N, ,nw 'QM iv -. ar ,, f- . 1. 4 - '71, '-Ska.: vw ' -' ,A .'fR...'7"9 1 1 J". 'qrff 'J,'v1f..,....g3gf'f'51 Q Q ' -,qgff ,-,, ,-In-, ,, M D., , I 4, ,.w,, , 1: , 1 1 - wa, - Q"f :. 4,-1 ,r - N. 1 ' '- , I-3,5 want, qygfiffa, -.i,s..4... ,, ' - , 4 .U L, ' 4.. ,J N .I ry .p.-.. ,Qi .7 V , ,, . .. 0 ,, , 4 1, ...V Q. , . . , , M 4 in v ff' ,I A' 'gf - 'Y ' c b tgp Quang' -. . - , , H . Q .5 . I "' , ,, . ,A in . F K4 '. . V. . , . 4 1 V . 5 R .-. ---1, , -.H - . ' ' ' -q fin . 1, . . , u. ., .. .. , , H . I 5 7 ' . 'i' ... , ' " A , w 15" , I ' ' " V AQ, ' - . . .. - I 1 A X A"4: , ,i , ' 'M ' . Y, H " ' 'f. ' .V - '4 "ff" . f f-4.4, WWA, -f H ,. f M7 ' ' ,, "4 - ,. . , ,. 1 . , f - , g .. .,,, , . ax W . . , , b'.,',,45n4YU1v gi . -U M V, ,, , A , ' -f ' ."" -X1 in -1 -37.14 it-17-N ' - 4, 1, A' ...QAI , 1.1-vp-,,,,:,'y :uk ...., ' ., , E", L"'Q1kA'?'5 .' 'Kc-"'.-uf'--V' f Q ' ' -.wr va- f'-'+P' -f'5r", "31. .14 me LIQVV ,X"' .Vx I -4 - 1, 8 , --'Wt 441 '4 .4 ,-f' H.. , , . mx - Q: In-is li' QW' :I ' I , 1 'Vg-'x ,.,-5 palm , 1 is .91 rc ' YH-!,,nd'+ :3p,.,., I vi-Hi l , l ,N 4 inf ,L ,fi 35 Yr' M iff' if ,tsl wr A- 1 L ,Xi 4 My AISI: '-?i7f.'11.SI'1-'iWiBild.1'3t13 BAY. X.-3',T4i'. .2 ,. ' "':'li'?..' 5-B". i:U3EWk'9 ' wif-U36 - 1 . .- ' On May 26 the TEKES sponsored its annu- al TKE frolics. The events, which began at 2:00, included a jello eating contest, a change clothes in a sleeping bag relay, a Miss Legs contest, and many other fun- filled events. Kappa Delta sorority walked off with this year's crown followed by Zeta Tau Alpha and Phi Mu in second and third. 51 F X, . 1 i' v' -'f A 'rf-1 I lga- A' .x 2 " - P! di' was I 5, ' '1-5 i'-Z, ,Jr .anal JY, 4'6- . . gr jf. I 1 4 . i, ' 4 ,. r A 1' bf, 1 .3 Y I 5 C443 " 2 I is -f -"'.' Y 5' ' D' 'Z If ' 'A I , ,aff fi 1 ,, af, vb ' , 3"1ff sl' of ff Q . ,y , ' X 5 IZ - ' I ,', L. I .Q i ' , v D Ji. if, f', 1 Q C ,lf 'Q 5h."" Q v 25. ra- I , I .' ,EA4 v . ,Q 0 "W .-bw M ,T - ' -' 25 " if ' , if L ,W 1 ,n M'- . it ' z I ' xl . 35, 5 . " ,Q 'T . A ' V' .3-iagffj 'Q FQ, 1' , S 1 9, F I . 40", ' h "'3'Jf',f,.-W. I X I.: 'X ' V a xiii' 1 21 nrfy' '- -----vm n 52 fm :i4vw'4k..mh.a...1 ""f"t A I I fi' Jung-'fi-sg 4 46' "' i ' . xg! Q X -f v-W 1... is Q ,,.4-f' 'in - -1 . ff. ' .. FMA . , ,, -M, z' 1"",t' A13 12 4. "v .Ia I' 9 .sr 'A-Q' l' X?ti.G.lAvQ5..sMf1 ' ,. 1 'il IKE: -.'7' 1 Q? 'I-we -7- ', 1 -N ll - Q, fwqaw .4 'tas- FUN IN THE -an lg 'aah suN 1 XY is -153.5111-if Univ 'i.ia?lleai'mi1 neva .' ' '41-1 e -,,-an -: 14 rs. 2 1!I:tif'2"YCt'.Hl!H'25!i5unTwi va-:1 C -ii N For an estimated 1,500 VSC students, Panama City, Florida's Miracle Mile Beach Resort proved to be the biggest party play- ground ofthe year for the first weekend in May. The journey of about 180 miles, the trip to Panama City Beach has been an annual tradition for more than a decade. VSC was represented on the beach by several sororities and fraternities along with many independent students. All were enthusiastic about going. The majority of VSC students stayed at motor lodges and hotels such as The Holloway House, The Rendezvous, Holiday Inn, Pier 99, and the Baron Hilton. "lt's kinda like moving the campus down to the beach for a week- end." Entertainment was in good supply with several bands, beach towels, suntan oil, frisbees, and ice chest. VSC Students tl Future Present y . X K . ,'-.arf , I tak! in iffy. . a is ., X J 1 . , , ri! X . i U Q l i l l 9 Q i s 1 V l I hs' X, ff Q W-....f1' J 'ggi ' X X 5 wa I ' f .5 42:f ,U 4, V -nb ,- x I 'ht it 1 . 4 f I-r, ,l 65 7 ' x sg xii?-1 sw ., 'I'ii "A .Q if ' T 7- 'f ' 1.-. - ,wa yfvwafms t t ""'?3"wt'2 .3 ' pb 1 "ig , t ,f-ff, ' 'jf' f'i"4 ' " A-' ' ' , 'ff-"1f?'2'W ' 1."'!A-+5 W l l rlr as ' 3 'A , Rf., fir., ,KJ V. A Q fd If "ffi":,f f- JN vS:X4:'Ew:4l21,, l : l: , UH A V if xi g, - 2.1 xt I -. -H533 2: ,. fs- 4 Iliff! f. i " 'K f-',-f!,.jr,i,"ii , M' f1'1fffI1'ir- i I ' - Past Who knows to what dis- tinguished heights a future or present VSC student might climb? Dr. Bill Cribbs, respected and popular VSC professor and Noah Lang- dale, President of Georgia State University, are former VSC students who serve as model examples to those striving for success. 55 :Ji W V ' a -f' 'r - I 1 1 Q? in-fi 6,1 "' -ifxx if '- 1 ' N 'Ts Ai- ' l Mg It's one 'ff!1S'iP 1' ' ' K , ':-.-- gl, 'O . WQQ If I s 3 U 6 f A .. -,Ab 1 S - '- W I f . iii Q "- H A ' ,T 'l 14. r ofthose QV h1wwgQfAf,f, f af,g,5 1 J , I . - gi ,., , RQWM " ' ' 3 -- a -..- -Q. ,, I. ' 0 Q Qf Q., .., 'Q'--QQ N b I. days! Q ,ffm ,, f f I X A. 9 -NVNQ Qu- -' 7.0, X' T VALDOSTA STATE n., ',! .JV 1 in '31 , W. W.. X, Nil? Hai A special act of Georgia Legislature estab- lished an institution of higher learning in Valdos- ta, Georgia, in 1906. With a community enthusi- asm that has continued, the city of Valdosta gave a campus of 60 acres and S50,000. In 1913 the doors were open and Valdosta State College saw its beginning as South Georgia Nor- mal College for young ladies. In 1950, the Board of Regents made the college coeducational and the name changed to Valdosta State College . . . our college. 4 A - 2- wr... Q- 't A ,- A 41 - N C Q .-.,.....,.,d. .4 """-hive .. Y -11,4311 , gg- ...tv xg H-A 1.41.-.,, W C -Q :YLA - '1 W" 58 l C I r N -Qr L I Spring Graduation 'x ,G 35 'Su 4: 5 1 A v 8 2 at VSC U 6 al Qi X 'Y ,. "e"'f.',"f A, 11' ,. . Af. "' I m'f'4w-w.v1 . V , I Hn,-A. - ... 1??,,9 1 'Pis- -- 2,55-ii 4 iff U 1 vu 7 1' S 'af Hx! 4., do , , ar fo- D,-',,.l. , ,LL "'f" ' 4.4 -ws by up . . 'Q 16" A, .' 'n nq, r' 4' Lf' hx ," I .i X N. V 'Nami' 4' ,I ,Ns 5' I QNE .1 "I " "' Y "vAT" .-.: .,, W- .TX . -, l . Q S -, , J ." f .q iv 'HQ SF, -- E- '- f "xx P J-P , ,' If fn Q '. I L r ff 'HQ -. 4 n-1, give 91. , 4 - ww' I. 'Wg 0 su, wwe I , il N Q! yf' . -5 ' Agri: GJ .- . 'Q , ' .g,iL-ILS. . N 1 ,A ld I' 8 1 . JT W... . WE REMEMBER ' , 4 I ff, 3 f' 'fr .2 if If 'radh ,fa P- -wifi- .iffx L-w"' , ',- 1 'i fl ' 'gm ' E, K 'V x 5, ' qu w lr R' mt. Q 1 A. ns .fn .. 2 xx N , 'P' . bg- 'x fx, X 4 f 1 G Q X. Kami X 'Q 'S' , cy -,--- 5, ing! ,. .- .A f' . Li ' -' x-I ,xf Q., -... 11 . , V , .fav A fr ,...., ,, za 1980-1981 Walter Cronkite signs off for the last time with "And that's the way it is, March 6, 1981. Hostages are free after 441 days of captivity Georgia Bulldogs are National Champs-"How 'bout them Dogsll" Lowndes High School Vikings are the State Champion football team Steve McQueen dies John Lennon is shot to death Ronald Reagan is elected President of the United States Baseball's S20 million man outfielder Dave Winfield signs with the New York Yankees Bankruptcy looms over Chrysler Corporation Colonel Sanders dies at 90, founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken Mighty volcanic eruption tears off Washington State's Mount St. Helens MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas burns, 84 die Earthquake in Southern Italy kills 3,000 the Shah of Iran dies U.S. Olympic hockey team beats the Russians The United States joins 36 other nations in boycott of the Summer Olympics Bjorn Borg won his fifth straight Wimbleton Sugar Ray Leonard new Welterweight champion Philadelphia Phillies won their first world series ever. America wonders who shot J.R. on the show Dallas West Point has its first graduating class to include women Genuine Risk became the first filly in 65 years to win the Kentucky Derby Independent Presidential candidate John Anderson won 796 of the vote Space Shuttle Columbia is lauched President Ronald Reagan turns from more Government to less as an answer my Pope John Paul ll is shot by a Turkish terrorist . . . 1980-1981 a time to remember to OUI' ECON N President Hugh C. Bailey . . Y The Barley Family President and Mrs. Bailey 'js Debbie and Laura ., " f he 1 1 ! - .1 N3 " B.,-' VALDOSTA STATE COLLEGE vALoosTA, GEORGIA 31601 omce or me PRESIDENT April 6 , 1981 It is a privilege to join in celebrating the inauguration of Milestones. For several years Valdosta State College has been without an annual and therefore it has been without a vital, pictoral history of significant developments on campus. Milestones corrects that deficiency. It depicts, in a manner that no other medium can do, the events during the year which have formed the on-going life of the college. Valdosta State College is a diverse, dynamic community. The results are characterized by unity of spirit and action. The pages of Milestones record these paradoxical facets of campus life and will remain forever a record of personal and histor- ical significance for those of us who have been privileged to be on campus in 1980-81. Sincerely, .lj ,Q I ,Z y l , 35 f Hugh C. Bailey President AN EQUAL EDUCATIONAL AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION Vice President W. Ray Cleere 2 f'- 'N. 5' in Z N ,L n" f 3 e X , I 5 M, 1 X U LT1r7:'!""4h ' ,Q Q. x ' M3 gvnglgu-rf 1.-.rv-1.5.--.L-.1--1-......A...14- -.. -..-sl .-.. -,..- -. -.. -.. ... . Y Y Deans, Directors, and Department Heads Dr. Hugh C. Bailey, President, Dr. W. Ray Cleere, Vice President and Dean of Faculties, Dr. Donald P. Fo- shee, Assistant Vice President for Institutional Planning and Academic Services, Dr. James D. Daniels, Dean, School of Arts and Sciences, Mrs. Elizabeth R. Bechtel, Acting Head, Dept. of Biology, Dr. William B. Harrison, Head, Dept. of Chemistry, Dr. Willa F. Valencia, Head, Dept. of English, Dr. Kenneth E. Martin, Head, Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, Dr. Jose B. Fernandez, Head, Dept. of Modern Foreign Languages, Dr. Ronald L. Barnette, Head, Dept. of Philosophy, Dr. Robert L. Little, Acting Head, Dept. of Physics, Astronomy 81 Geology, Dr. James A. Betka, Head, Dept. of Political Science, Dr. Louie A. Brown, Head, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Dr. Marvin E. Ray, Head, Dept. of Accounting 8t Finance, Dr. Frederick A. Ware, Jr., Head, Dept. of Management, Dr. Chauncey S. Elkins, Jr., Head, Dept. of Marketing 81 Economics, Dr. Robert D. Trautmann, Dean, School of Education, Miss Saralyn Sammons, Head, Dept. of Business 8t Vocational Education, Dr. Ola M. Brown, Acting Head, Dept. of Early Childhood 81 Elementary Education, Dr. Malcolm H. Rainey, Head, Dept. of Educational Administration 81 Supervision, Dr. Lucille A. Pollard, Acting Head, Dept. of Psychology, Counseling 81 Guidance, Dr. Donald E. Gerlock, Acting Head, Dept. of Secondary Education, Dr. A. Carol Hartman, Head, Dept. of Special Education, Dr. Bernard L. Linger, Director, Division of Fine Arts, Mr. Russell G. McRae, Acting Head, Dept. of Art, Dr. John C. Huxford, Head, Dept. of Music, Lt. Col. Mary N. Abbott, Director, Division of Aerospace Studies, Dr. Virginia M. Harmeyer, Director, Division of Nursing, Dr. Robert D. Fisher, Director, Division of Graduate Studies, Mr. David L. lnce, Director of the Library, Dr. Nancy C. Scott, Dept. of Health, Physical Education 81 Athletics Not pictured: Dr. Gordon L. Teffeteller, Head, Dept. of History, Dr. Joseph W. Daniels, Head, Dept. of Special Studies, Dr. A.L. Addington, Dean, School of Business Administration, Dr. Floyd D. Toth, Head, Dept. of Health, Physical Education 81 Athletics, Dr. W. Ren Christie, Head, Dept. of Speech and Drama l 69 Biology Head: Mrs. Elizabeth B. Bechtel Mr, Walter G. Brannen Mr. William H. Bridges Mr. William H. Cribbs Dr. Wayne R. Fairoloth Mr. Barney S. Purvis Dr. Stella M. Sohmittner Mr. E. Edward Sheeley Dr. Hugh H. West Dr. James Judd Whitesell Mr. Hugh K. Molntyre Chemistry Head: Dr. William B. Harrison Dr. James T. Baxter Dr. M. Elizabeth Derrick Dr. Maurice W. Lindauer .4 .--.I .. fl. A ' ' .oi xg lk' English Head: Dr. Willa F. Valencia Dr. John A. Agar Dr. C. Trent Busch Dr. Raymond A. Cook Dr. Charles L. Daniel Dr. Marvin R. Evans Mr. William E. Fuller, Jr. Dr. S. Louise Hanes Dr. John T. Hiers Dr. William S. Levison Mr. Alex B. McFadden Dr. S. Patricia Marks Dr. Marianne K. Mayo Mr. W. Raymond Register Dr. Gerald F. Webb Dr. James C. Wilkerson Mr. James O. Williams History Head: Dr. Joseph A. Tomberlin Dr. William P. Frech, Jr. Dr. William M. Gabard Dr. John E. Lancaster Dr. Linda O. McMurry Dr. Richard M. McMurry Dr. Raymond C. Mansing Dr. F. Lamar Pearson Dr. Dale H. Peeples Dr. John A. Ricks, lll Dr. Louis E. Schmier Dr. Timothy Jerome Sehr Mrs. Jane T. Shelton Dr. Hugh C. Bailey l 71 l Math and Computer Science Head: Dr. Kenneth E. Martin Dr. Pou-Shun Chiang Mr. Thomas M. Dart Dr. Donald L. Duncan Dr. Douglas H. Frank Dr. Joseph A. Gore Dr. Randall C. Hicks Dr. Caroline D. Hollingsworth Dr. L. Rudolph Howell Mr. David J. John Dr. Robert C. Moore Dr. M. Anne Pierce Barbara Sehr Geology, Physics and Astronomy Head: Dr. Robert L. Little Mr. Paul A. Basilico Dr. William E. Daughdrill Dr. Hughes B. Jenkins, Jr. Dr. Dennis W. Marks Mr. Edward VanPeenen, Il XPS 1-,N Modern Foreign Languages Head: Dr. Jose B. Fernandez Mr. James L. Black Mr. C. Lee Bradley Dr. James G. Connell, Jr. Con leave! Dr. Peter H. Epes Dr. Dennis L. Hale Mr. J. Grady Lacy Philosophy Head: Dr. Ronald L. Barnette Dr. James F. Hill Mr. William M. Frierson 73 l l Political Science Head: Dr. James A. Betka Dr. Jane L. Elza Dr. William M. Morrow . Dr. Richard T. Saeger Dr. Henrick Van Dalen Sociology and Anthropology Head: Dr. Louie A. Brown Dr. Stephen M. Childs Miss Annetta N. Copeland Dr. Bernard J. Cosneck Dr. John H. Curtis Dr. Alfred W. Melton Mr. Glenn Sims Mr. J. Michael Thornton Dr. Paul B. Wilson Dr. Newell O. Wright Jack T. Hasling Beth McConnell 14 Y t Accounting -f and Finance Dr. Marvin E. Ray Mr. James L. Bush, Jr. Dr. Arthur Fi. DeThomas Dr. Glen W. Herrin Mrs. Wanda Hill Dr. David L. Scott Dr. George Fiebelkorn Mr. James E. McKinney, Jr .... L 75 Marketing and Economics Head: Dr. Chauncey S. Elkins, Jr. Crepresenting the department! Mr. Antonio T. Criscuolo Dr. Joseph W. Kushner Mr. G. Thomas Love Dr. Allen Reddy Dr. Brenda Cox Mr. Wayne Plumly Aerospace Studies Director: Lt. Col. Mary N. Abbott Captain John W. Moss Major Vincent Chandler nliiawl Business and Vocational Education Miss Saralyn Sammons Dr. Margrett Adams Dr. Elmina McKneely Mrs. William Gabard Mrs. Mary Alice Griffin Dr. James McMath Dr. Floyd Toth Educational Administration and Supervision Head: Dr. Malcolm Rainey Dr. Dwight Compton Dr. Leon Culpepper Dr. Paul DeLargy Dr. Elmer Ellis Dr. Donald Gerlock Dr. Thomas Renfro Dr. Virginia Wylie - C15 Q 3 it .. , 1. l,A i,...,' Early and Middle Childhood Education Head: Dr. Ola Brown Dr. Rosalie Allison Dr. Margaret Craig Miss Donna Croll Dr. Margaret Ellis Dr. Joseph Gaston Dr. Ouida McDougal Dr. John Rice Dr. William Stephens Dr. Beverly Tucker l ,N ,M S. Special Educ Head: Dr. Carol Hartman Dr. Genelda Bass Dr. George Deavours Dr. Joe Hajicek Dr. Leo Kelly Dr. Richard F. Uhlir Dr. Evelyn White Mr. Craig Dowling Ms. Barbara Brewer ation and Speech and Hearing Clinic ,' X . x-Rui' NS Af R Yvxt Secondary Education Head: Dr. Donald Gerlock Dr. Ann Pierce f Dr. Jay Whitesell Dr. William Frech 1 Dr. Webster Teague Dr. Joseph Daniels Health, Athletics an d Physical Education Head: Dr. Floyd Toth Mr. James Dominey Mr. William Grant Mrs. Lee Hansen Dr. Thomas Jackson Mrs. Matilda Mathis Miss Judy Phillips Dr. Nancy Scott Mr. Tommy Thomas Mr. Charles Tucker Mrs. Gertrude Veatch Dr. David Waples Mrs. Lyndal Worth Psychology, Counseling and Guidance Head: Dr. Lucille Pollard Dr. Marcia Bauer Dr. John Branan Dr. James Burns Dr. Daniel Kaeck Dr. Terry Lowe Dr. Frank Marinelli Dr. Rudolph Wagner Dr. Kelly Wells Nursing Director: Dr. Virginia M. Harmeyer Mrs. Sharon B. Gay Mr. James P. Humphrey Mrs. lrma Fay Jewell Miss Patricia A. LaFountain Mrs. Mary Margaret Richardson Cynthia Brown Barbara Engram William Howers Vivian Kemp Cheryl Taylor Doris Meeks Sharon Moore rig T N. Kihei!! ET' "2'l2'I i C .B If-jan. S-tif ll., .o .. HIBIII if mm" ' 1- IZ ep, ii- inu- gri, ufggx 'I A -4 Ji S l l uni Qs all 80 l Mr Art Dr. Russell McRae Mrs. Lee Bennett Mrs. Ruth C. Kahler Dr. William H. Martin Mr. Donald C. Penney Mr. Alan Park Miss Irene Dodd Music Dr. John Huxford Mr. R. Edward Barr . Robert L. Greenhaw Dr. Dorothy Griffith Dr. Joe M. Haas Miss Carol M. Mikkelsen Dr. Neal O'Neal Mr. Lavon R. Robinson Miss Ruth Sisson Webster Teague Ms. Peggy Whitaker Il l Speech t 8t Drama Head: or. w. Ren Christie H' Mr. Joel O. Boatwright ,,..--- Mrs. Beth W. McRae Mr. John H. Rudy Dr. Vonne Meusling Dr. Randy Wheeler Dr. Robert Jones Mr. Charles Neuro Graduate Studies Director: Dr. Robert D. Fisher Ms. Judy B. Tomberlin Ms. Patsy C. Pitts X t gf '92, 'iLE"3Ti4Eii"i!27ii?P2vZ1i L ' far Head: Dr. Dr. Ms Dr. Ms Dr. Placement Director: Mr. Robert E. Yeatman Mr. Mr. Special Studies Joseph Daniels George W. Brannon Charles L. Daniel . Marion G. Duckworth John T. Hiers . Cheryl S. Webb James C. Wilkerson James O. Williams 83 I bf ,n,,..f-" ii 1'2" Tx i Admissions Director: Mr. Gary L. Bass Mr. Walter Peacock Mr. Bob Krawczyk Mrs. Barbara Bosse Ms. Carol Singletary Ms. Gloria Causey Ms. Mary Shepherd 1 1 .sank Q . 5. or or s , 3 Fw- . G '1 X x4 1, . I 5: I M. .f gf' , i 1' 84 College Relations Mr. Fluker G. Stewart -l.--. In-Q, Student Affairs Head: Dr. Andrew J. Bond Mr. Ken U. Ferrell Mr. Joseph Brown Ms. Shamim Sisson Infirmary Dr. Mack V. Greer Phyllis Brooks, Lab Technologist Rita Collins, RN Donna Nolan, RN Margie Wall, Receptionist Student Activities Union Director: Mrs. B.J. 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Tamellia Buehan, Jr Sharri Bulloch, Fr. Tammy Bullington, Jr. Susan Bunn, Sr. Susan Burden, Sr. Verda Burks, Jr. Sherri Burks, Jr. Charlotte Burley, Fr. Buddy Burnett, Sr. Karen Burney, Fr. Jacuelyn Bush, Sr. Ramona Butler, Sr. 98 aamxnnosn ff 1" I J it m ff . ,,.. l I " mn... V A116 lrtaurxl 2 I-5 I 1 f 1 nil-1-imv ' .hav-A-. qfgv'-J-uiwv r Cathy Calson, Sr. Jim Cammin, So. Bret Campbell, So. Chris Cantrell, Jr. Monica Cantrell, So. Flanee Carnahan, Fr. Angela Carpenter, Fr. John Carrol, Fr. Betty Ann Carson, Fr. Glenn Carson, Sr. Carol Carswell, Jr. James Carswell, Jr. Willie Carswell, So. Artis Carter, Sr. Frank Carter, Jr., Sr. Randy Carter, So. Regina Carter, Jr. Tony Carter, So. Benjamin Casey, Fr. Roberta Caswell, Fr. Mike Cauallaro, Sr. Marsha Causey, Fr. Eilen Cauthen, Jr. Faith Chambus, Jr. Denise Chammoun, So Don Chaney, Fr. Stephanie Chaney, Sr. Joan Champman, So. Kaye Chastain, Sr. Beverly Chaudoin, So. 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Jarvis, jr., Grad Bryan Jennings, So David Jenkins, Sr. I I' KX' "ni sy! il 4.1 JS D :fax D ' AT! Q f 9, s r' , 1 -L N Lillian Jenkins, Fr. Todd Jenkins, Jr. Audrey Jessup, Fr. Alda Johnson, Sr. Amy Johnson, Sr. Andrea Johnson, Fr Beverly Johnson, Jr Cindy Johnson, Jr. Connie Johnson, Jr. Craig Johnson, Fr. Cynthia Johnson, Jr Dexter Johnson, Fr. Gary Johnson, Sr. Leann Johnson, So. Kathie Johnson, So. Kathy Johnson, Fr. Ken Johnson, Sr. Paige Johnson, Fr. Pamela Johnson, Sr Ruth Johnson, Fr. Teresa Johnson, Jr. Vickie Johnson, So. Walter Johnston, Sr Amy Jones, Sr. Chet Jones, Jr. Cindi Jones, Jr. Gloria Jones, Sr. Jacquelene Jones, Fr Katrina Jones, So. Lynn Jones, Fr. l 111 Narci Jones, Sr Patsy Jones, Jr Steven Jones, Jr Todd Jones, Fr Veanne Jones, Fr Walter Fl. Jones, Grad Gloria Jordan, Jr Joi Jordan, Jr Lisa Jordan, Jr Sandee Joyner, Fr John Karew, So Richard J. Kaup, Sr Tracie Kees, Fr Bob Keele, So Ursula Keele, Fr Mitzi Keeler, Jr Stephanie Keinball, Fr Michael Kellman, Grad Cecile Kelley, So Catherine Kerr, Sr Julianne Kent, Fr. Kay Kennedy, Fr. Holly Kendrick, Fr. Diane Kelly, Jr. Carole Kelly, Fr. Greta Keeley, Jr. Curt Kelley, Fr. Gwyn Kirkland, Sr. Joy M. King, Sr. Tammy Kinard, Fr. Jan Kinard, Jr. Hank Klar, So. Harriett, Knight, Fr. Gayle Ard Kovach, Sr Hank Lacey, Fr. Anita Lairsey, Fr. Phyllis Lamb, So. Larl Lariey, Jr. Christopher Lassetter Shrenna Lassetter, Jr Lyle Lastinger, So. Robin Latiner, Fr. Pam Lavender, So. Beth Lawing, Jr. Denise Lawrence, Fr. Amy Lee, Fr. Helen V. Lee, Sr. Larry Lee, Sr. Lisa Lee, Fr. Marilyn Lee, So. Richard Lee, Jr. Jack Lemaster, Jr. Michelle LeMoine, So. Fermin Leonard, So. Lynne Leotis, Fr. Dorothy Lester, Fr. John Lester, Sr. John Levie, Fr. Barbara Lewis, Jr. Craig Lewis, Sr. 'wnczw.'rfa1 :cgi 1811? 4 fwamfw 4815.3 za I-1-Fig!! ll! 'xx' R Xl! I M ? u f4 f NNXAN Viv. 5, -J Z: i v-,lr-Q.-fy. 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Dennis McDaniel, Sr. Marsha McDonald, Fr. Dale McDougald, So. Rita McDougald, So. Perry McGuire, Sr. Suzanne McGuire, Sr. Kevin M. Mclntyre, Fr. Arno McKinnon, Fr. Sharon McManus, Sr. Scott S. McMichael, Fr. Bonnie McNair, Fr. Linda Mackey, Fr. Amy Maddox, So. Cindy Maddox, Fr. Michael Maddox, Sr. Harriet Madison, Fr. Simha Magal, Grad. 117 mfulrahmn-.lah rem zz. .A fr 'Q Debbie Mair, Fr Caroline Malcom, So Cathy Malcom, Jr Joanne Malis, Sr Julie Mandel, Jr Patricia Manigauet, So Melissa Manley, So Joey Mann, Jr Luanne Manning, Jr Allen Manry, Jr Bridgett Manson, So Robert Mantell, So Beth Markley, Sr John Marsh, Fr Carmen Marshall, Jr Diedra D. Marshall, Jr Mary Marshall, Fr Renee Marshall, Fr. Caroline Martin, Fr. Don Martin, Jr. Jodi Martin, Sr. Julie Martin, So. Lisa Martin, Fr. Richard Martin, Fr. Vince Martin, Jr. Mike Mash, So. Sheri Massey, Fr. Phyllis Matchett, So. Richard Mathis, So. Briggs Mathis, So. 'D '7 Q 4 A x K s . Q . ig. t 3 K f . 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Monahan, Tom Monk Jose Montalro, Laura Montgomery, Dana Mooey, Lee Moon, Johnnie Sue Mooney, Barbara Moore Belinda Moore, Laura Moore, Ralph Moore Susan Moore, Beth Morgan, Tommy Morgan, Floyd Morris Reba Morris Leigh Morrison, Martha Morton, Leigh Mosley Christine Moss Nina Kathryn Moss Joe Mike Moulton, Jackie L. Moye, Carol Muggridge, Beth Murphy, Gwen Murphy Tammie Murphy Tammy Murray 120 Julio Navarro, Jr. Tracy Neely, Fr. Fluss Nelson, So. Marsha Nesmith, Fr. Amy New, Jr. Alberta Newsome, So. Miranda Newsome, So. Todd Niepke, So. Gregg Nixon, Fr. Miguel Nolla, Jr. Velda R. Morman, So. Duane Norris, Fr. Wade Norris, Sr. Matilla Norwood, Jr. Joe Nulty, Sr. Kathy Nulty, Sr. Brenda O'Berry, So. Theresa O'ConneIl, Jr. Kansas Odom, Jr. Leslie Reneau Odom, Jr David A. Oechsle, Jr. David Oldaker, Fr. Elaine Oldham, Fr. Brenda Oliver, So. Greg Oliver, So. Lori Oliver, So. P.E. Oliver, Sr. Donna Olsen, Jr. Gabriel Oredubba, Jr. Andrew Ostynski, Fr. 121 Jimmy Owen, So Lisa Oxley, Jr Bruce Oyston, So Richard A. Pacilio, Fr Annie Pagniez, Grad Donna Paige, Fr Susan Painter, Jr Bert Palmer, Jr Kerein Parham, So Neil Parham, Jr Priscilla Parham, Fr Paula A. Parker, Sr Robert Parker, Sr Alan Parks, Grad Don Parks, Jr Harold A. Partin, jr., Jr. Wanda D. Parter, Jr. Mike L. Patcher, Fr. Mark Patterson, Sr. Jack M. Patton, Fr. Linda Patrick, Jr. Tracy Patrick, So. Steven M. Payne, Fr. Bernard Paulk, So. David A. Paulk, Jr. Carol Peacock, So. Robin Pearson, Fr. Lisa Peavy, Fr. Amy Peeler, So. Jan Pendleton, Fr. E lQ: 4"lnl'lDy1 AIA 4 mi u4i ll jdE!+llkn.'XZ'l 1 .1iin . .- - ,154 -u ur H41 Layne Peterson, Jr. Michael Petty, Fr. Scott Petty, So. Angie Phelps, Jr. Beverly Phelps, Fr. Dura Phillip, So. Alpheus Phillips, Sr. Derral Phillips, Jr. Joe E. Phillips, Fr. Eva Phillips, Fr. Evette Phillips, Fr. Walter Phillips, Fr. Barbie Pierce, Fr. Mary Pierce, Fr. Trina Pippin, So. Carol Ann Pittman, Fr Lorna E. Pittman, Jr. Roy Poblete, Fr. Terri Polk, Fr. Regina Pope, Fr. Grant D. Porter, Gr. Marcia Portwood, Fr. Donna Postell, Sr. Sheri Postell, So. Lisa Potts, So. Cathy Powell, Sr. Millie Powell, Sr. Pam Powell, Fr. Patty Powell, Jr. Sherry Powell, Sr. Bubba Price, Fr Karen Rene Price, Sr Kevin Price, So Paulette Price, So Sevena Price, Jr Susan Price, Fr Cindy Priest, So Kim Prince, Sr Theresa Procopio, So Jim Proctor, Fr Debbie Purvis, Jr Wendi Puser, Fr Mark A. Putch, Sr Jim Pyles, Fr Allen Rachley, Jr Lorrie Ragain, Fr Wendy Ragsdale, So Calvin Raines, So Mandy Raines, So Marcye Raines, Fr Rob Rankin, Sr Tommy Rape, Fr Marilyn E. Ratliff, Fr Angela Ratteree, Fr. Fannie Ray, Fr Ron Rector, Fr James Redden, Fr Nancy Redmond, So Nina Reeves, Sr David Reid, Fr ,Y 'H' Teresa Reid, So. t Terry Reis, Sr. - Rita Rentz, Fr. Van Rentz, Fr. A at Q . , Barry Resta, Sr. ' i . 9- Q' ,gift 'gil 'f 3 mf I inf 4 fi : Ella Reynolds, Fr. Robyn Lee Rice, Jr. Bernice Richardson, Sr. 4 A Lana Richardson, So. Theresa Richardson, Fr. 'N fr 4' f " J , A .4 . Jay Rigby, Fr. Mitch Riggins, Jr. Cindy Revettee, So. Sandra Roach, Fr. -Q, Bonita Roberts, Fr. Q ' " ff Craig Roberts, Fr. Eric Roberts, Jr. Linda Roberts, Jr. Timothy Roberts, So. Wayne Roberts, Fr. -.gf 1 Kim Robertson, So. Charline G. Robinson, Fr. Derrel Robinson, So. Joan Robinson, Fr. Kenny Robinson, Sr. I IA Patty Robinson, Jr. Shela Robinson, Jr. Vickie Robinson, So. Sheri Rodgers, Fr. Kell Rogers, Sr. .4lgk. . X Ann' 125 new-a-:manila-515121:-nt ' . h!4:zzi-PdZ'KlS'QP?1??'-7'S1'.1-f'! Si- I' 4 5 S -A 'T lH4fJ',L'FiQ5ff' SQ '1 26 ' - . . . - - ,.. .,.,, -.- 1 f.'l"L'-' - ..4-- 'iw , aa-,-0 -U? 4. in 2 iv 11 ffl f 9 A, ' I 4 X , x s' ,- ,Ill ug",-Mrk I ,,... 3 N. '-, 3 A , EQ 'T , Lv -, V x x .x ' 55 ' ' . ' 'VE Lf' Q . j. , -vm Q li' X ff' ' ' X ff: ' . 5 - ' Pi 5 LNX , xx ' 'XJ v " E 5,3 t ..., , l X ,fwlv X N- se-1 v , yxv . 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Janice Sendlen, Jr. Jeffrey Sexton, Sr. Beverly F. Sharpe, Sr. Bobby Shannon, Sr. Elaine Shaw, So. Mara Shaw, So. F Michael A. Sheehan, So. Susan Shields, Fr. Brady Shierling, Jr. Alex Sherrer, Fr. Sharon Sikes, Fr. Deborah Silcox, Jr. Mary Silvi, Fr. Jackie Simmons, Sr. Malinee Simpson, Sr. Susie Sims, Fr. Hal Singletary, jr., Jr. 129 "-I L- 1" "Fit 2-Il' YA David Sirmans, Sr Sandy Sirmans, Fr Wayne Sirmans, Sr J. Dwaine Skiles, Sr Pamela Skiles, So John Skinner, Fr Suzie Skitsko, Fr Polly Slater, Fr Patrice Slocum, Fr Mary Slocumb, Jr Aubrey Smith, So Blake Smith, Fr Cathy Smith, Jr Cheryl Smith, Fr Chuck Smith, So Elizabeth Smith, Fr Katrina Smith, So Kevin Smith, So Leanthony Smith, Sr Leslie L. Smith, Jr Lorraine Smith, Jr Melvin Smith, Sr Nita Smith, Fr Regina Smith, Jr Reneta Smith, Fr Wanda Smith, Jr Yvonne Sneed, So Deidre E. Snow, Sr Debra Solomon, Jr Wade T. 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Z .A-' !.'f,.5f'k K le- 4 A A PZ H I 145 46 -L -O' 'Ll-L.i4L Ax 59-. 1 ff xn- "".., '54 .5 .WE HIE -.-1-lumen-0-v""-" .,... -f Q me-JQQ l 3? E f Dwi' mi if 5- n 0 45 Md V Kappa Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority holds membership with more than 500 undergraduate and alumnae chapters located in the leading colleges universities, and cities throughout the nation and internationally to Liberia and the Bahamas. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is committed to cultivate high scholastic and ethical standardsg the development of unity and friendship among college womeng to maintain a progressive interest in college life and holds to its highest pur- pose "to be of service to all mankind." k 147 f Q lil U lil i- Ill -- I 1 - li -If 7. 2 bf. . Hd-ri '1- ,- ,al I I IS ,I IH il I it - Q, Alpha Xi Delta is unique. Its sisters are individuals and contributes in her own special way, to our growth and well being. Alpha Xi Delta stands for friendship in every sense of the word. ' "W 'SH 'A 'Lp KJ' ff fi l . 3 X S 0.22: Ilhlinra-r2'10':A'r.-r.rs.ns. mum-,.z many - Y' LM A Alpha Xi Delta 149 I. -uv' N? K, -. .i, I A 1 , x 345 L..L.I xg u .- '47 , . 4 1.19 , 's h , .4-I ,tg if . ,I , ,- a I 234 'Lf' ,. 'M .?:'s ' 1' ' ' QE. 0 ' . fi-,Qfff' VIN- Q-.i 1 'M "1 Y - wa 9' . . ' ,- .1-vw ' Qi' ' -f v"L ' - A' 'Ain Q 'Qin 15. ' . e5.1,ur3'.wQf17'9 --wf:sa.+'c:f4:fee-sszm-.i Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was founded in 1913 at Howard Universi- ty. lt was founded by 22 college women who had a vital concern for social the social side of sorority life. welfare, academic excellence, and cultural enrichment, de-emphasizing C9 v ZIVMA 151 GREEK WEEK 'As W JJ I lt ll Nr, I fir' 1 I Q I nl-A' ' I .V-tfe' ,.,5'-'..r...s . 1 l .te 7 , I 5 1 3'gll'j', A ., , ,.0 f. - p . K L Y LA: 1 ,4 -4 S,- Jg' ' ' , --39 1, , - - L':vdm?'.,vo-Z6.l'I' H" M -f ,. 45. ,f wfia' ln' . . . -mln I Y -u"qy..' 0, ' ' nf' A if ' ' ' ' ' , l A. iff: AV V 1 ' 1,-4 6 ' If-. L! b 1 fl ' X JH- A O Cf- Q . , 9 Kala 6LwKUW A1 ' . 4, lf? ., ,....,g,fn5"'Q 0 Af, X ,n'..V. X i -Q K J I ,ff 1 .4' ,ff 1 l .' -f X 1 Kappa Delta . . . She is the composite of every woman . . . She studies hard . . . she sets her own standards and follows them, but changes them from time to time . . . she lives every minute of her life and gets a tremendous kick out of it . . . she is loyal, cooperative and fun. This is a KD girl. The KDs continued to be a very active group here at VSC. While the Kappa Delts won TKE folics, came in second in the Homecoming competition and always make a good showing they still found time to raise money for Cancer, Musclar Distrophy and work the phone-a-thon to raise money for dear ole VSC. The KDS also deliver hot meals to shut-ins around Valdosta. The annual White Rose formal and Spring dance continued to be great successess. The KDs always shine in athletics. They were the only greeks to reach the finals in basketball and saw the finals again in softball. sf ,,, ,4 'S' ind Phi Mu has been a part of Valdosta State College for 1 1 years. During this time they have welcomed new members of all personalities but they have one thing in common. . the desire to get something out of life through giving of themselves. I I Ql- ..1.,J... l i t A n 1 yy Mx- .A '- 5.1 , -x ' 1 , f..x'ixmi.i.K..1..w. 411: .mat afsguggffgf me y x :life 4 V A iz? 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" ie, s , r A ' A -J-I 162 Kappa Alpha Order was founded at Washington College in Lexington, Virginia, on December 21, 1865. On November 21, 1971, the Knights of Arlington at VSC was initiated into the Kappa Alpha Order. The brothers of KA are bound together not merely by common interests but by the customs and rituals of the Order. Events of the year are the Old South Ball, the Cowboy Ball, the annual Christmas party, and other numerous social events. ,,w-.,w,t,..- W , .1 4, -nW,Mmm.an2f ,.,.,.......,.......-..-......,.........-.........., - .,. I L- Z, . . 1 fi Q 3 'W 5 f"" a r , it 'W A """' -ni-1-v 1 . , 1 ' V 3 'V , R f " X .U 3,54 1 Qi, ilireii-??!liIf?.!":?'.'f'x1w :wm.A4.:'a-.-1 -.i- minzn-frm-1--4.'-mtg '-.21s.2q.:ff:'.1s.-.:.r..Ts--ri--:it-Q.1-'tx l'+4'61l"-K ,V A Q PJ 9 Ji fy X 1 H iff' gi, - , an ' , . - X.x""g, . 9 f -W D I If: 'L 1 6 ai " - . vt' '45,':f?,: "f 1 . 5... V ",'f'f2 Q 'ml' 1 U Q I 'iQ ov 1,0 4 A f . 4' . .vim nf' ' V 4' WI ,DA is Latest 2 WY 0 00000 0000000 X X 'A J OO O O O A 1' J I 7 seas ,Ab Delta Chi Fraternity was founded at Cornell University in 1890. Originally founded as a law fraternity it became a general social fraternity in 1921 The Valdosta State Chapter was chartered on May 5 1968 ln the past thirteen years Delta Chi s at VSC have excelled in all aspects of campus life. Delta Chi s hold positions of leadership in student government IFC and campus honor societies. In maintaining high academic standards the Delta Chi s have held the highest grade point average over all Greek organizations. A unnu - .s...-1' 11.1 .u . --44.4-:nau.-as-u -.,.-ua.3r-,.u-:xr-. ara . 165 -in..-u..-lnza.. is iuum'-n aan. Q .V N - INTER- aw 9 1 ,fm if , ,ss X r mg- f ,YI f. V g:..... ...... . .--1 .Q--:. ..-Q ,.v u -4- 1. -. ..?X.. ....-. ..-.' f. " . .1 . i5:7r:-- :Edu--: 3:23-fefgg: w..1,:::4:: -3, .n 'I l:-x- 1 . I- rma. 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X4 .an-QA rg, fb'-5 ., ...Q . y. - 171 , The purpose of the Student Government As- sociation is to lead, represent, and unify the student body of Valdosta State College, to give students an active voice in governing them- selves in a community environment working for the students, promoting desired procedures, and recommending new changes. From initiat- ing a student escort service to encouraging par- ticipation in and enlightening students on cam- pus issues, the SGA works hard to represent the students who elect them. Last year's offi- cers were Perry McGuire, President, Felicia Norwood, Vice-President, Bobby Shannon, Comptroller, and Kay Johnson Edgar, Secre- tary. This year's officers are Bobby Shannon, President, Warren Royal, Vice-President, Gray- Ion Brown, Comptroller, and Frank Carter, Sec- retary. l l l I il Student Government Association N 'Uhr J, al I xv' '-El A I la' ' 1 xxx,- 33, gf 2' I --Ai- ""'vIp'Q-v- - vs. ,1 x -we -.- -rf 'I 'A 5' 32" is -4 ,T I-A.A'.,, 5 ' by-wr , 1 vor: Fon scum Rim! weonesoAv.Juui 3.1 I mp un. - mo p.m.V ' ' 9 Kltlillli 4? KFIHCKLB will nun! , , . ' vme fwomy ' 'q?mQ'Rn 1"Vh1FG'-Yi LJ I ' L 'Tir 693556-1 :i'11H'f3Tk"1J 'if 'B 1.1 WJLWTFKX FG?i1'1.T'-TC?-f-'71 F 13 ,Fr M, ' '. '- f V T T A 4 K r x 1-,2 yy.: 1 '..I'y'. 5:w,"f' 4+ - . ,Ps 'X Ee, Q. 5 174 -1 5 VS xv Bulhmatu uix,3.:z4 , . A 4 M Inge QA , IL. I IIZYET' ' ' "' bl. Pi Kappa Phi Beta Tau Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi was founded at VSC on January 17, 1959. Being the first Greek fraternity founded on this campus, it has progressed in all aspects of campus life. The Pi Kappa sponsor the annual Miss VSC Pageant and many other work projects including their national project, P.U.S.H. 0 113 I ! 41 me mr , "I .A 1 4' 5 A 1 ' 1 S -Q-i9 ,, I 1 k " f A 'Lj',Q..f,'l ,,. QTIFMA- 1 D QVMOVA Q as 4A'PP A f , N if 3, f ' aff? A, . L -.Ei :'a.Rf11Z:.T 64:18:16 621'-i'iY?7i L'blDiil v. Its -01 pww .fffff' --- 12: ..-, . . Q. Q ,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,, ,M W' 'W trlfjgg L-id w 1 ' A 4, . , fm. ' N..- gg gl, . fl nv 3 I' 'x" 1, A' 331 . K - I ix ,, x. Q"xQ- b X , T 0 .:Q3' 4- .Ch Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa on March 9, 1856, the first Greek letter fraternity to be established in South. SAE now has 185 chapters in 45 states. One of its newest chapters is the Georgia Sigma Chapter, founded here at VSC in October of 1973. Since their establishment at Valdosta State, the SAE's have continuously earned the IFC Scholastic Trophy for highest grades among campus fraternities. Annual SAE service projects include a campus eye bank with Valdosta Lions Club, the SAE "Dance For Those Who Can't" marathon for muscular distrophy, and care of the test gardens at the Crescent Garden Center. ,t .4... .e?KI1iv.?i'fL.Fa1?5 1.11-11."1'5wlI4.'2-Jrfiaziimi fftJ"Ai1r1F-:ti ' "Zi6?1ssZ"K4l.ii.z1's.i'H,c'vi-a6:'f--.':i:'n- N . .1-.I . ,,- ,. 'v W, MII 'vim .-ll-'hu' PFI! L . 1 pinned Zeta Nu Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded in 1959. Since that time the Tekes have been active throughout the entire Valdosta community. Many of their members take part in the Student Senate, radio station and college honor societies, but above all Tau Kappa Epsilon is a group of men working together to build strong character and high ideals among its individual members. 5 '-,f' Fx TKE Zi- thwluW-.xi u.'ir'r.fa.cnrnw4u-Avmfflvmn--.af ' :fe-a-ns4uam.1'...i.-v-:rw-,. -use- .4 - - W ...L swtftei .fn ,e I i N 'L 'i QAQQ iii Gmicron Delta Kappa fmfkmfzrfx Omicron Delta Kappa is the national honorary leader- ship fraternity for senior college men and women. The purpose is to recognize students who have attained high standards of efficiency in collegiate activities and to inspire others to strive for conspicuous attainments along similar lines. The five indispensible qualifications for membership include responsible leadership and su- perior scholarship. L CUIHUIE H 1 1 Ill X X 5 X X 1' .. I ""-fffflfl if 4 , 1 X ' "4 . I, 1 .X A VV . A F KX :ts v, x , c ' i , X , ' 'af ,ff '0 "f'- ,i uw .QQ 1 D ,f in e f ,' t ' ' vf 5' 5 7.4! V4 . X H X 5... .L Circle K is the college level organization of the national Kiwanis Club. It is a non-profit group which serves the campus and the community. mfiflf Fifiglgifuf. "in, '- f College F'-'v 0 ,t l , -. , . 5 1 ' AL 1 ,A .. . f .Q 1 I, 5 f ,,.. I 7, Under the guidance of B.J. Hausman and Leigh Ann St. Andrew, the College Union Board offers a wide range of activities and entertainment with the total campus in mind. From lessons in Chinese cooking to Sunday night movies to a dynamic rock concert, this group of hardworking volunteers con- tinually strive to provide entertaining and enlighten- ing activities for the VSC population. 4-intl O Y'-una-p-.. . 'www- --it Q-1- -1.1.-, Union Board V3 .- . if l Y. X ,,.-nv' :EQ ,f i 2J.!gj 1 N X: 'nv Q25 4 ll ll 5 ll I P2 mn R 'l A mffaijpu nu' 5,1 1 it ,Q 1 44 N pl H I4 gt! ,ffl 5 wt.- ,. , . .x . . FXIRZYXLRBTW 1.11 C ' ,T'fKSrIiEh'ii'hl'il'!-'N Phi F712 .T.3TsI'i'Q?Jidillns7'l.tf'i1-ic- Q.,-ff C.U.B. Showcase Q0 Q-IVIIOR ff, e5enTlS z: f- I H.. Q' 1-ngfmyzzmu-.-szfz-aimmll !4 244- A SVU 'li nl 1 'I wil Q 'I ,gf MILESTCNES . . . u ,ff AX Q .,.,,,, lj N 2 :1--ga , 1 N J 5 .' . my Rliw. .....,-......-..-..-,. -- --A5.-...1..-g-2.14-.ggnv ' E 4-4 ..-z-hgt.n..4f.. 1.1 .fwzzu-.A::ur:f-x...:a -1. r.. PNY' Milestones Staff Editor-Amy Johnson Section Editors: Photography-Warren Royal Filemon Lopez John Levie Cathy Smith People-Anne Dodson Sports-Michael Lowe Student Life-Pam Goodwin Organizations-Terrell Almond Layout-Ruth Fatherly Business-Ruth Johnson Staff: Janet Bard John Carroll Rebecca Barrow Felicia Norwood Monica Bridges Mark Swicord Susan Clardy Angela Warren Gloria Jones Chris Lassetter Color Photography: Filemon Lopez, Cathy Smith, John Levie .3 Z., Ili! ...Q--f"':'. .1 l Students have witnessed cycles of change at Val- dosta State College this year. The old mingled with the new as Converse Hall was rebuilt, as the new gym began to take form, and as the Pine Cone be- came Milestones. With the belief that endings are often beginnings, the yearbook staff is proud to pre- sent Milestones 1981, a beginning . . . in.. , Q 0 WX l. S 2 H sf sf ,, 'gg 4 ' ' - ., -, 59.6 '.'. 'R s' A ,, . ,. , ' ' ' 'fe 5 ti. ff . I. 96 A? -K ' ,1!QQ? . - 'bl ZVXLYQRYQ '.H.l '.'HYl.TiY-ii.,-C!i:lZ'fA'E'i'1..! F513 13T7uI??iiTiKZS.1'1otliRZ'5CJ0f x' lx gf, Qi it' :A l t ' 'ff 'wial f ,Mf5 g .Qf?uf+slw, . - we :f,erivlf 'f ' .. l sg,fi'f'Q?za-F25 187 IP -'f l K .I bf' , JA' c' 1 2.8 .H 4. wut 1' .53 g .1 ' Q'-' 1' " ul' 1 J '. I g,!lL1 , - X-N-an 5' we ' ,yn VQQY' 'ITL :F IA 4 ,ff 7 i f W ,Of e215 yn fm giyx 25 'mf ly, M 'vw 'PR 'Q an-au. 4 Black Student League ...mi 0' If l NJ' i fi .K , N Ei GMM? " ' , X E N A, 5 V if - K 5 gm 'f 291 -f' L w v '.F ., ' 1 xv. ikrt J Qifkmgmmm f. 1 . 4 ...,,, .mv , 1 4 . j . 4 , ff! 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George Frideric M lttll ill H A N ORATORIO Valdosta State College Concert Choir Valdosta Choral Society Chamber Orchestra Ruth Sisson, Director December 2, 1980 8:15 p.m. Whitehead Auditorium Yr! 1' CONCERT CHOIR Susan Akridge Barbara Bishop Susan Evans Ruth Fatherly Laverne Johnson Mary Lassiter Kathy Vonier Joan Harrell Lisa Kent Linda Mackey Mary May Teresa Taylor Yvonne Thompson Robert Jones Dwaine Skiles Stan Smith Phillip Bishop Buddy Bounds Harry Graves Steve Kelley Keith Parks Kenneth Robinson Michael Toomey Michael Wyche Accompanist Kathy-Caison Sale City lrwinville Roswell Chesapeake , VA Lakeland Valdosta Thomasville Lakeland Nashville Dawson Thomasville Warner Robbins Valdosta Pelham Valdosta Pelham Irwinville Valdosta Macon Miami, FL Cairo Warner Robbins Valdosta Dublin Warner Robbins C OH N C Q. E f'1:d "'-.14lV"l.'L.ll'L1' ' The Valdosta State College Music Department is pleased to present RUTH SISSON, Organist THE CONCERT BAND, Ed Barr, Director THE CONCERT CHOIR, Ruth Sisson, Director VACLAV NELHYBEL, Guest Conductor and Composer Tuesday, April 7, 1981 8:15 p.m. CONCERT CHOIR, CONCERT BAND AND ORGAN Hymn For Our Time ..... .... a rranged by John Ness Beck "Hymn" Based on the hymn tune Lasst Uns Erfreuen CAII Creatures of Our God and King! ...................... arranged by Vaclav Nelhybel Gloria Patri ........................ arranged by Vaclav Nelhybel Composed for the dedication of the Fine Arts Building April 7, 1970 Y' ' 1' if w' I gylgx Q i 7 Al "' 1 N y X pagan Hagan Fl lMliFll'5'5 uiiu IIINIIE OIF MliFllR Valdosta State College Conoert Choir Ruth Sisson, Director Kathy Caison, Aooompanist Soprano: Susan Evans Tenor: Stan Smith Contralto: Mary May Bass: Harry Graves May 26, 1981 8: 15 p.m. Whitehead Auditorium D-41,5 -1. , I , S I Political Science Club fx Q9 I 1 - X X sf' 717' ,H iw! Q The purpose of the Inter- Fraternity Council is to form a more democratic, efficient, and understanding governing council to represent, lead and unify all fraternities upon any matter involving the fraterni- ties' interest. Last year's president was Layne Richard- son. This year's president is Paul Yuncker. h Axtgyfl rs-45" Qt .-14. , 5 is y :jf The SPECTATOR -mn Editor-Sonja Taylor Photo Editor-Jim Barton News Editor-John Robbins Business Editor- Ruth Johnson ,,,, Kal ? 4l A G i no a ,, A 9. ry. 1 .1 4 I 1 nh. '- x . fri' 1 'mm was - --ing LK. We s 'Qm'4R, xx . . 'e""" . 1,334 !3.'lQ3ll!vr-1.1-sz-4--up.:.x-u lu. w-a.mmw.L-.N . .nQ..,......-.f .. ..-,.....,.....- -4..--.. H- El 'dl 199 .H ..:..-f-,.. - am.. ,Wiv- vi TW ug-Q mi 'fi nuff Fifi f. ,fp 'lfz e C -3712. Z gag? 1.4537 T" im ravi 4' 14. - P i I Journey Outward: Christian Outreach Witness Missions Ministry Social Action International Student Ministry e - - -.., ,,,.,,, , .....Y,.ll, +277 i is it L 9. A ...Li Ai idk 3" ,SM X c 5 V , .-'.y,,7. -1 , . 'wryw- ,H g .,.,n,, I B pHMt tudent lhion Journey Inward: Christian Growth Worship Churchmanship Fellowship Study Christian Stewardship MY L "ln-Q-I Nl' X-.ay KW' ,. 9 F 1 l ' 1 1 M 5 A ' fi T! 4 x ' -N ,A ' ,, s e ' . an I V o ' LA - ' U " 2..- . A .y f Q 3 l L ,Q .K Q ' ' I Sei Vi V . i ' Q 5 'Fa t f A Qj 1 4--- .J FRATERNITIES makin' it HD ,, -v f--f' X j " M ' ' , - 57 A , 14- 1 91.9. K I ,i ' - iv . ru- .V- al - Z , " :- SCJRCDRITIES happen 'H 4 Acknowledgements After the last publication of the VSC yearbook the Pine Cone in 1977 many students felt the loss of this journalistic institution. With the diligent efforts of Per- ry McGuire then SGA President and other interest- ed persons the yearbook was reinstated Spring Quarter 1980 by a referendum participated in by the students The yearbook was later renamed Miles- tones by Joe Guzay winner of the Name That Year- book contest The Milestones Staff wishes to rec- ognize the following persons groups and businesses without whom the completion of this pub- Iication would have been difficult, if not impossible. Leigh Ann St. Andrew, Advisor Dean Andrew Bond Mrs. B.J. Hausman Mrs. Ann Lacey The SPECTATOR The Valdosta Daily Times Valdosta Camera Center Production Printers Quick Color Lab College Relations Mr. Perry McGuire 1 E! 3 "Q ss- ,. Nw H ,Q X Ny s .A x .fa ' 3 t 2 'Y 'W Av L I S 7' "f"v 'Tv Q 46 Qi? , W'-'we I . . . 2 .QM 'F' WE" 'QWWW' '-'-'-'A'-ver. x' Q4-,lx - 34-in 5 H J. Abd 1 fi S . fl 'Q W 'ILM , A s, lk , in ,E . , , A A .HI 9, . -. ,, , ul , . ...,':a ,.,, x , V I 0 --V'-M 3 . 4 Q 'f.-, - ,, . 5' 4.-,g-. 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Of all the sports the most attended were the games of the Blazer basketball and baseball teams and those of the Lady Blazer basketball team. The Blazer basketball team led by such players as Ivey Hubbard, Lee Green, and, of course, "Downtown" Eddie Brown had a great season. They claimed the SAC championship with a season record of 18 and 8 The Blazer baseball team also claimed a SAC championship. Led by John Keigher CLF! and Mark Powell l13BD in batting 1.320 avg.J and Leroy "Snake" Dixon in pitching CERA of 3007, the Blazers had a season of 39 wins and 19 losses Plagued by injuries, VSC's Lady Blazer basketball team had a season of 10 and 17. Such young stars as Pam Stone, who led the Ladies in both scoring and rebounds, kept the spirit of the game and made all of the Lady Blazer games worth seeing. Attending a primarily academic college, VSC students are often not aware of many other teams at the college. These teams did play, howev- er and provided excitement to all who watched. Some of these teams include Men s and Women's tennis, women's volleyball and softball, VSC soccer and cross country, golf, and many other sports. Students should make a definite effort to attend at least some of the games that the above teams play It is certain that there will always be excitement for all who attend Besides the school teams, VSC students pride themselves on their fine intramural program. In this program, fraternity, sorority, and independent teams play against each other in the attempt to gain a trophy for their sponsoring organization. This year, the Sportsters captured both the women s softball and volleyball championships. The women's basketball crown was claimed by the Players. The Oyster Bay team claimed both men s basketball and softball championships. The football crown went to the team from Wesley. VSC sports were certainly very exciting this year. From the opening of the lighted Blazer Baseball Field to the awaiting of the opening of our new sports complex VSC provides a great variety of sports for its students. 207 INTRAMUFZAL FOCJTBALL -...R ,,,..aa-4 L1- 'QX ff , .v - --.1 ,.-4 v-, . , - JV A is ffgrj 'yi-xi. -.br 'rf Gs , - to ,,--u S16 ,.. A' an xv- M ning-.M - 208 Y 45-9 V w .ugrqgnnn NL K ?f-T 5 " " 1. ' " 'sq Y I" I, - . . h .., . A q . K . Q L Q Y - J V' Fix" 0 H hir' tl AH BM HJ -i""-'gy' ,,,.-5 ---H' v""" lv-""' -1119" wp--""" Y-I 'Z 2 V . ' 3? .4 a , .Wi I if -, E' 2 , I , 5 f -K' . I 1 if 1 wg, . - .. ff . a ,, X .. X 4 W "'a 1 a V I U ' J , xg ' r" , bk ' V! ,.-I ' 'K . 1 4. INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL E M-32 , i i , ? , 2 - A 'Ayn 4 , nn. K ,, W ' A' 'ff' M V,,,, 'Hs ,Ll lunuunumu--sr O , WM-w, -1 lv .. s-. - . -f-V .'-A. '- ,..."5nP 1 '-- hs?- .,,.J1p. 1 43" . . V' .. "?!'- " Q-C ' 'f'rAi4" in-qiif "' 7 - .. Y' -,IA ,, . , -Y X - -.Q-44 -A-.M .- A 0 INTRA IC' - 14" nqw iii l-Q.-. 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