Webb School - Princeps Yearbook (Knoxville, TN)

 - Class of 1971

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54 Q-14, ' sxLl5'E?L -I ,, ,. I ' I , - -+ f7- I T.'j,,j, 1 - - , D x , , I :' ,J'!d?,,'-t'1',:Hr ,.,' I.--35' jf.-. A - ,-L ,V .I ,, V, C A X 'V i 0 - V , - , -.hf,+- .- A- . , WV 'A 1 . ,, e L HW ' 'M' Z ' "" ' ' "A"'T'f' ff", 5 -14-:fi-ffgb, i-,,.:,.,.,,ww...-,,3...'AT , ,Q " Q" '11 -my ' "ff"----af' -. . - -- 1--- 'Lv " KL. 1 '7 I l:lr"ir'u::al:ns WEBB SCHOOL OF KNOXVILLE!KnoxviIIe, Tennessee!Volume Thirteen -' 'V 'I 7. A AJ In A. Q.. V V. b -W, T A. I , ,....-.. - . vig,-r ...sp . 4,5 - L - x. R+:-, 5-11 2 hun 1 "ii T W, L 'C U X W 1 m Q' A n a.. an. A., C1125 QTL? Hg 5, , X , cuff.-' lf' --JJ Q 1 ' '15 .. 'Tw Q' Q hs ,, -.J wh N 1 1- , r Q an . y K iif!y" 'A AQ' . ,.L.-,, ,, 'argl f.-1 1-,-fx -.,:...:v.1x..' 5 455 YF. - ' , A1 , -1 F 'bn Q wif' 6 Y ffl . f up T vz, ' A K! 1 x I I 2 IP Q -.MH I ""'u?"' 'il F , 1 'A '-7 V Q, '1 FN is f 'fl -L ., .. i Tl ww 1 uw rm ACTIVITIES French Christmas carols sung definitely out of harmony . . . tense drama in an emotion-packed chess game . . . scintillating literary discus- sion . . . feasting upon ancient Roman delicacies, and ah, the pungent odor of roast pork . . . pro- found participation in current events . . . en- richment periods which rarely do: Activities like these offer students new opportunities to ex- press their apathy. A year passes, with ingenious new ways not to involve oneself - and, to the ones who do choose to involve themselves, new ways to apply talents and education to the ex- pansion of their lives. Page: 12 Q ffsi ACADEMICS I step off the bus and into chapel, where I receive inspiration to light my way into first period study hall, where I plan what I will do in math class, which includes writing a theme for third period English, where I sleep. During activity period I go to a meeting for prom committee, but no one showsg so I go to lunch early, but I get caught, and sent back up the hill, where the members of the prom committee have been waiting for me. I go back to lunch, but it is meat loaf. Fourth period anthropology is a look into the promiscuity among the Trobriand Islanders, during which I memorize all the books of the Old Testament for Bible, which is fifth period, when I discover he meant the New Testament. I spend X period talking about the prom in the bathroom, and hop a ride home with Harry. Page: 44 I II I 1' IA, nj If ' 1 1 , ,fi uk , ATHLETICS Four demerits and eight laps around the track, and where did l put my gymsuit and white socks? . . . packed stands for the foot- ball game and "our loyal spectator" at track events . . . girls' swimming caps and three days of in-depth training in golf . . . the Fris- bee stuck to the ceiling and the Cult of the Sacred Tartan . . . suppleness and coordination obtained through gymnastics and glorious gym periods spent behind the gymnasium . . . the sweet smell of the locker room . . . the glorious beauty of a winning slam . . . the missing tennis shoe, and I found a dirty sock! . . . eight laps and four demerits. Page: 92 ' ADVERTISING An annual must have creativity, imagina- tion, organization, and most importantly, MONEY. Greed, the universal vice, the seventh deadliest sin, at one time or an- other invades us all. The Princeps staff is invaded annually, the results including despair,all-encompassing desire, and total apathy. 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' f-'4 -,-:-,-- -. - 1 1 4 ',.:-- -g:L-.., A ,, -.. -. 4. . ..,, ff? us LI, tg. 5.1, 4 IISITF, .Q 71: Jia,-1 22,14 iI., -I SI I I,IgIIIIg,-QI?-'I2:I:I!"':-5:--,.I', I IZIIIY- .- . - .4 ., 4 ,,.,,,, ... ,., 4 , I fmeftyrrfiiezfr-gf-,,4,,-f3'2'w . '-gi'-. ,S ., .ng , ,f . . w- 21'-.4--,Q -f ' 4 we -u - -2 .4 3:41 -. nf., f., -f 41 - 1 f-.--M 1... . -Aw. 4 ,. Ig? 3.6441-.-w ' Q1 LEFT PAGE: UPPER RIGHT: LOWER SCHOOL DISCIPLINE REVIEW BOARD: Ginny Gibbons, Bill Mitchell, Patti Obenour, Susan Chernoff, Ward Hamil- ton. CENTER: LOWER SCHOOL STUDENT COUN- CIL: Chip Denton, Bill Haslam, Susan Chernoff, Meg Cifers, Bobo Townsend, David Radovioh, Ray Tucker, -. -- Kirby Chritton, Dean Smith, David Bradley, Dennis Ragsdale. LOWER RIGHT: LOWER SCHOOL HONOR COMMITTEE: Kirby Chritton, Shannon Downing, Susan McMillan, Dennis Ragsdale, Bobo Townsenai RIGHT PAGE: UPPER LEFT: Members of the East Knoxville Tutorial Program, sponsored by Webb's Community Service Committee, pause during ' A- B an intermission of The Boy Friend. CENTER LEFT: V SCHOOL SERVICE COMMITTEE: Susie Webb, Bill ii Mackebee, Janice Thompson, Ed Sims, Barbara Cren- shaw, Ellis Shacklett. NOT PICTURED: John Rat- " P ledge, Meg Cifers, Denise Branson, Bill Acuftj Doug .1-.r . Ze- . ' 1- - . , ""1i , i .k..'. ' dafah. -,,,. 5 N- -1 "I Traver, Carole Kerr. UPPER RIGHT: HONOR COM- MITTEE: lst ROVIA' Mike Glover, Marguerite Burd- '- ette, Hopie Newman: 2nd ROW: Eric Deeds, David Barbour, George Kern. BOTTOM: UPPER SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL: lst ROMA' Ann Hicks, Rebecca Garcia, Kristy Brown: 2nd ROMA' Jimmy Haslam, Ben McMurry, Melissa Grali Doug Allen, Mike Glover, Kevin Zirkle, Jeff McCrory,' 3rd ROMA' Bob Bolinger, Marguerite Burdette, Janie Bankston, Bill Mackebee, Mike Milner. .raw -- '11 '-as . f l 'Lf' . 5 , figs. fm ' ' A .-. fr f - . fl . L, .5 . 1 s 1 fl , J . 3 u 3. K W ' 1 fi , ' I V 7 c o I , . ' I Student Councils Work to While the Student Council may give credit to the students, the- Council' have accomplished' several 'important things this year: They engineered a rule allowing exemption for seniors from final exams at the teacher's discretion, provided the student completes an AP exam, maintains a certain average, or completes a research paper or project in the subject. Anyone with a driver's license may now drive to Saturday School, a true legal breakthrough. There werelseveral minor constitu- tional changes and a bid put in for a new girls' uniform, a proposal heartily encouraged by the boys. Finally, toward the end of the year, a proposal for a change of the boys' hair rule generated endless debate but was finally voted down by the faculty. Aside from these general activities, the Community Service Committee raised over S1100 at the A.F.S. Carnival. ,The Lower School Student Council also brought about some changes. For the first time, the Honor Committee as outlined in the Constitution was brought to reality. The study halls were reorganized, finally becoming student-proctored. These seemed to work better than anything else. The Lower School Council was also very active in the hair rule debate which took place in lVlay. ,rr Change and Improve School as W il 3, ff , fl mg, r X . , , rn, x ffrfiiit' . 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The club members spent much of the year getting organized and found them- selves hampered by a common Webb malady, student apathy. Also active was the staff of The Spirit of '76, a seventh grade newspaper under the leadership of Nliss Hudson. The papers were sold at an exorbitant rate l15 centsl to upperclassmen, and featured interviews, news items, cartoons, and crossword puzzles. The Lower School Science Club held monthly meet- ings, each one dealing with some different aspect of science, but the highlights of the year were trips to the Lost Sea and the Oak Ridge Atomic Museum. Finally, there was the Chess Club, alias the lVlath Club, which submerged after a rift with the Administration, only to surface in lVlr. Prater's room under a new guise. So much for Lower School intrigue. LEFT PAGE: UPPER LEF7? MATH CLUB OFFICERS: Steve Minor, Secretary- Treasurerf Scott Overall, Vice- President: Kevin O'Kelley, President. UPPER RIGHT: "lf I concentrate, maybe I can make a touchdown!" BOT- TOM: ASSISTANT DIREC- TORS: Cathy Dilworth, Andy Walls, and Dennis Reagan. RIGHTPAGE: UPPER LEFT: ECOLOGY CL UB: Celia Schvvarzenberg and Tom Gross, Co-Chairmen: Susan McMillan, Secretary. CENTER LEFT: SCIENCE CLUB OF- FICERS: Bob Fletcher, Presi- dent: Scott Overall, Vice-Pres- ident,' Steve Barbour, Secre- tary. CENTER RIGHT: The Math Club in action. BOT- TOM: Lower School softball game at second activity period Original Vocal Style and Arrangement Improves Chorus The Webb School Chorus lGlee Clubl enjoyed a very suc- cessful season under the competent and inspiring direction of lVlr. Walter H. Hawthorne. A novelty for the Chorus was its first musical concert tour, including excursions to Shannon- dale Retirement Community and Children's Hospital, as well as special nocturnal Christmas and' Spring concerts. The pro- grams included works by Beethoven, Bach, Schubert, lVlendeIs- sohn, and Sibelius. Because of lVlr. Hawthorne's musical versa- tility, the Chorus was also able to branch out into many types of music. Even though the Chorus had fewer than twenty members, it was able to perform music written for groups of much greater size. All of the success of the Chorus can be attributed to the hard work and sincerity of our combination conductor, bass soloist, and friend, Nlr. Hawthorne. Those who worked under him will always be grateful for having had the opportunity. They feel that Webb's loss is the University of Tennessee's gain. Enlarged Current Events Club Prompts New Interest The Current Events Club was again one of the schooI's outstanding extracurricular organizations. The liberal lineup of officers, president Mike Downing, secretary-treasurer Con- nie Carlson, and program chairman Melissa Graf revolutionized club membership by admitting all Upper School students, regardless of race, creed, or color. Attendance was large at the beginning of the year, but sadly declined as the year wore on. ln any case, programs were fantastic and truly varied, running from a study of the kibbutz system in Israel to discussion of the draft and of the war in Laos. One official deserves a special hand: Linda Reeder, food chairman, created brilliant "Happy Hours" to top off the discussions. Though mourning the departure of sponsor Jeff Chapman, Mrs. Lothrop and next season's club officers look forward to another smashing year. Le Cercle Francais a joui de plusieurs programmes interes- sants cette annee, donnes les uns par nos membres, les autres par des invites de Vetranger. On a celebref Noel en chantant des cantiques de Noel et avec la preientation de deux saynetes charmantes par Francais 8 et Francais ll. En fcfvrier plus d'une trentaine d'etudiants ont eu Ie plaisir d'assister au Bourgeois Gentilhomme presente par une troupe de la,Comedie,Fran9aise I de Paris. On a termine la saison avec un dejeuner delicieux, 5 . . . f menu francais, preparepar Francais IV-V, aldees par llllesdames Smith et Fribourg, auquel iaient invitees les membres de . . . I Francais Ill. Nous tenons a renouveler nos actlvitees en BUTOITIFIS. ie" Q: French Club Thrills to Jean-Philippe, Quiche Lorraine ,1 i UPPER RlGHT: Judy Powell tries her culi- nary talents in making butter curls and washing lettuce. CENTER LEFT: Elise Adams thrills club with "one of those French films." CENTER UPPER RIGHT: "Donna-moi du pain s'il te plait. " CENTER LOWER RIGHT: Virgin Amy and Steven of Knoxville fold their laundry. ABOVE: "T rick or treat for Unicef?" RIGHT: "C'est Pere Noel! LOWER RIGHT: FRENCH CL UB OFFICERS: Marguerite Burdette, Program Chairman,' Ellen Wallace, Secretary: Melissa Graf, President. 22 X OU UPPER LEF71' Barbara Fish, Anne Rader, Mike Hansard, Sarah Walls, Tom lnkle- barger, Sara Saulpaw, Mary Arnold UPPER V RIGHT: Mrs. Hutchins provided the driving called. CENTER LEFT.' Lynne Keener, Mar- garet Traver, Terry Morris, Terry Marsh, Polly Ailor, Patti Lay, Melanie Myers, Marcia Radovich. CENTER RIGHT: SPAN- ISH CL UB OFFICERS: Patsy Marable, sec- retary-treasurer, Greg Mackay, vice-presi- dent, Sarah Walls, president. LOWER LEFT: The newly-arrived member of the club is Sco tt Alexander Hutchins. i l l ,. T l f . 6 . i e.-fl' i Spanish Club's Farewell Party Brings Highlight to Year l El club-del Espiol ha tenido algunos habladores muy interesantes este a'ri'o. En oto'h'o el Se'n'or lVlinter, hermano del Sehbr Thomas Minter aqui en la esquela, habld de sus viajes a Uraguay el verano pasado. En la navidad hicimos una fiesta. La pinanta que hubinos tenido por amos por fin fue rota. FV En Enero la Senora Heinsohn empizcf un prospero ah'o I rv Af . . . . I nuevo con una charla del pals en que nacio, Espana. Ella vivio en la cuidad de Madrid durante la segunda guerra mundial y antes, hasta encontrda su marido y juntos elles vinieron en los Estados Unidos. ' En Febrero el Sehbr Mankin nbs 'hizo una charla con cuadras de sus viajes en Ia Ame'rica del Sur y Espaiwa. El hablcf mag de en Alhambra y de los indios de Colombia. Fue una reunidn muy divertida. Mas tarde un amigo de la Sefora Hutchins habloide esquian- do en las montaiias, Andes, en Chile. Antes de este a'rTo tuvimos mas reunionesp sin embargo la presidente Sarita Walls ha tenido exito a hacer este arifo muy divertido para todos. force for the Spanish Club until "Nature" N. Nixon, J. Powell, B. Greer, E. S Ridenour, D. Daniels, J. STANDING: G. Van Hasselt, C. M. Graf, B. Mackebee, S. Webb, Scott L. Long, D. Barbour, M. Gal- M Glover, B. Waller, J. Bankston, B. D. Stair, P. Campbell, K. Zirkle. LEFT: Several of the playread- cast of the first Lit Club meeting pause a picture. CENTER RIGHT: LAB ANTS: R. Blake, K. Zirkle, M. Fletcher BOTTOM: "Eat your heart out, Bijou Art Theatre. " A, The Literary Club stuck to plays this year, begin- ning with the faculty reading of "Riders to the Sea," by J. lVl. Synge, and "The Old Lady Shows Her lVledals," by J. IVI. Barrie. For the second meeting the students took over, presenting two black comedies by Edward Albee, "The Sandbox" and "The Zoo Sto- ry." Elise Adams directed the final student reading: Michael Gazzo's moving play, A Hatful of Rain. This year the Literary Club meetings were open to all interested seniors as well as to the members of the junior honors section. The expanded audience was very appreciative. At the other end of the spectrum, The Fraternal Order of Lab Assistants lF.O.L.A.l held no meetings, drank pots of coffee, ate mountains of doughnuts lwhich they jealously guarded from non-F.O.L.A.'sl, and contributed significantly to the Webb Science Program. lt was their never-ending devotion to duty, their long, sleepless hours of service, which allowed the rest of the students free time to analyze Group IV, roll balls up inclined planes, or grow unrecog- nizable crystals. For this continuous dedication we thank them. Club and Lab RIGHT.' LITERARY CLUB: K . Literary C. Mackay, V. Tauxe, H. S. Walls, C. Carlson, A. V. Tauxe, 71 Byess, S. Him- M. Gallivan, M. Smith, N. e ll., Assistants Have O in Common "T.xl"'ff 4 ": ' -: '- :W -fa-l ..f:..,,51 . . ,nd-::.s:1-aiS3s 5 H f.-1 lVlath and Latin Club Banquets Are Highpoints of the Year ,is , . Q . 1, , fcfyab tg 1 :Jar 'Q Q If -Q I A. I , ' AJ 'n pl l A E vit:-r X 3, I. , A . 1.2: 1 - UPPER LEF71' Dr. Curtis relaxes. LOWER LEFT: MATH CLUB OF- FICERS: Melissa Gallivan, Secretary-Treasurer: Barbara Scott, Vice- Presidentg' Kevin Zirkle, President: Lynn Mirts, Program Chairman. The Webb School chapter of the Junior Classical League became simply the Latin Club this year, thereby concentrating on programs for the enrichment of the members, rather than preparation for the annual convention. Consuls Bob Ellison and Eric Deeds organized the club with the aid of Mrs. Jack Fisher and lVlr. J. O. Webber, faculty advisors. The program chairmen were Edwin Lay and Cindy Harrison, and secretary- treasurer was Margaret Yount. One of the most fascinating speakers was Dr. Tom Curtis, who delivered a talk at one of the activity period meetings. He also spoke at the banquet held at the U.T. Faculty Club, which climaxed the year. The highlight of the Mu Alpha Theta Society's year was the initiation dinner held in December. Nineteen new members were taken into the club after having been told the history and purpose of this honorary organization. The members of the club raised a "Green Stamp" fund, which was presented to a surprised Mr. Frank Lee, for the purchase of an electric cal- culator. Other activities included a field trip to U. T.'s Com- puter Center and a lecture on the concepts of numbers by Dr. Randall Cline. lt is hoped that the club will be more active next year, perhaps combining with a new science club while preserving its uniqueness. 1. 1 lf? xx. Q75 s h I 1 I, ' .v Q f , X I ' I v ' , if . : 1 1 'Ax- f2'EV1K'-ffl 'zadhnwnuff xx ..w. 5 ,, -Q Al 3 7 XDLR, hs . . -. 1+ :::. -s..-,f ,Qi T XY- W ,'f:?Nb,, g sz., -, 1 L. yu H x X f..1 Xia gfwj .2 nfl' J 5 .q A I Harvey Production Introduces Senior Star, Davy Stair 27 Musical-Comedy-Spoof, The Boyfriend, Tops Off Year 'x F-'q he-Al ,, 1 .--"'- A 1 'gg"I FQ .,... ,m , N . ""' n 1 1' 'YQ 1 ' , . 1 ng. Z lx V ,,1,.' lx-. .f e - --Qe M ,, K ,ia :QQ E I ' 'v", , .. Q 5 .141 1, ee f , X rg gf .,.- I I fi! ' Jig! sf ,, , 5' , 'L ', -1 N "J " 5 ' J I f '7 H TiQ,.f - - E -- FJ 41 " f.. f - . .. ,' . em . 35? 4 " ' 1 A A ' 1 L Interact Club Raffles Car to Aid Community and School With girls taking part for the first time, the Interact Club planned the year's activities at a retreat in Gatlinburg, and the result has been a lively program, with especial emphasis on school service. Aided by a handsome gift of money from the Class of '71, Interact members completed the stone entrance way to the school. Club members also manned the concession stands for football and basketball games: purchased flags for the study hall, and stone benches for outside studying and lounging: organized a campus cleanup: fertilized trees planted by Inter- act several years agog and collected and packed close to a thousand books for needy schools in Appalachia. Away from school Interact members purchased and dec- orated a Christmas tree for the patients at Children's Hospital, where club members, along with the Glee Club, sang Christmas carols in the halls. Near the end of the year Interact cleared several hundred dollars from the raffle of a Volkswagen donated by lVlr. Rodgers of the West Knoxville Rotary Club, and won by Mrs. Brindley of the math department. All in all, a busy year! TOP LEFT: Somebody else's kid brother - l don't know who! TOP RIGHT: Outdoor Club trips come at the most unexpected times. CENTER,- SITTING: Connie Carlson, " Cindy Harrison, Bill Nlacke- bee, Susie Webb, Dee Bagwell, i H' Jody Wallace, Becky Bradley, Sally Ridenour, Linda Reeder, Patsy Nlarable. STANDlNG.' " Jim Kile, Buzz Waller, Clyde Furr, Davy Stair, Bob Bolin- J' ' ger, David Rose, Loucinda i Shacklett, Rhonda Stevens, .- fx Harry oinwiddie, Marcia Klein, Gill Van Hasselt, Ricky - '- Dew, Sherrill Bradsher, George ' Kern, Kay Higgins, Louis 2' Crossley. BOTTOM RIGHT: ?Z'.5Qf'? ourooori CLUB oF- rgrgiff Ficeas: Louis Crossley, vice- g President: Bill Nlackebee, Pres- ident: Davy Stair, Secretary, Chip Oakley, Treasurer. Outdoor Club Tramps Through Bushes Trees Grass This year's outdoor club provided the student with a chance to escape from school and family and take to the woods. Hiking was a favorite of all members, with cave exploring and canoeing running a close second. Feature hikes were those to Spence Field and Ice Water Springs, supervised by lVlr. Brewster or lVlr. Averill. Student officers in charge were President Bill Mackebee, Vice-President Louis Crossley, Secre- tary David Stair, and Treasurer Chip Oakley. The students often found life in the woods terrifying, especially the girls who found the Spence Field bears a little too friendly. All activities were well supported, and everyone always had an enjoyable time away from the hustle and bustle of normal life. Long, David Barbour, Betty -Nj yr-A Greer, Vicki Beaman, Ellis -- i L? ,.b, K, LV P'-If-1' ' . , jx., SOCIAL COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Terry Marsh, Jeremy Graf, Nancy Burnett, Charles Slatery, Mike l Milner iChairmanl, Sarah Saulpaw, Hugh Slatery, and Nancy Preston. Webb Dances Reach the Usual Level of Entertainment J N Y ' ' .L I I 6 :ill Vet A change in the established pattern of social events, and in the form of dances, proved successful this year. The Social Committee decided to give a Homecoming Welcome to alumni and students with a short party instead of the usual Football Dance. After the Homecoming Game lwhich, by the way, was a victory for the Spartans over Westl everyone was invited to refreshments and music in the Gym. Successful was the word for a night of this new type of entertainment - informal dress and a Green and White victory dance. Many boys voiced their joy in not having to wear a tie or coat. The huge praise expressed by all opened the doors for thoughts about next year's social affairs. Other dances were the Christmas Dance and the Twirp Dance. Scratch and Noose were the bands that played. In a final effort the Junior Class presented the Prom for the Seniors. Courageous Dong sent its vibrations throughout the gym and beyond with rhythmic patterns for all to follow. The Juniors did an overhaul job on the gym. A magnificent black light show accented the iridescent art and paints. The theme being Metamorphosis, slides of related subjects and butterflies were projected on a large screen along with movies of activities and people around the school. Nancy Burnett and Ellis Shacklett as Prom Chairmen deserve much credit for another successful Webb School Prom for the outgoing Seniors, who seemed to appreciate a fine effort. Special and genuine thanks must go not only to Mike Milner as Social Committee Chairman, but also to Mr. Chap- man, who sponsored and guided the social functions that made the year more exciting and enjoyable. liiiigillli I?Jllllil'3' ,...f ? ,?.,l.l Sputtering Sporadlc Spartan Spirit Gives Up Ghost After a slow start the Spartan Spirit final- ly got off the ground this year with the help of the never-failing Spirit '70-'71 staff. Al- though the paper has been hampered by lack of interest on the part of the students and needs more funding and organization, we hope the role of a paper such as the Spirit will never be underrated. Next year vve hope that with a staff of equal ability or better the Spirit '71-'72 can aid a great deal in making the voice of the students heard. With an early start, the Annual Staff darted towards its destination f"7'HE BOOK"l, shaking off problems with the efficiency and agility of a turned-over turtle. The staff started the year off early - it wasn't even early spring before the staff had finished choosing the type of cover for this year's edition. And by graduation '71, the staff had completed at least one-fourth of the book. Late nights, early mornings, creeping dead-lines, and total loss of eyesight did not so much as faze the ones so devoted to the production of that record of events that brings tears to the eyes of those who hold high the days of yesteryear. Each member of the staff gladly, and without the slightest of afterthoughts, contributed his small share to the total insanity of such an operation. Each person was able to justify his long hours in view of the rewarding gratitude and appreciation of those students and members of the faculty who stand appreciatively once a year in line with arms outstretched, awaiting the moment when their fingers may caress the golden pages of their own precious copy of PRINCEPS. The faces of the students as they scan The Book from cover to cover for the first time, The Book recalling to mind the forgotten times held dear to the hearts of all - these are the rewards, the payments, for the eternities of miserable frustration experienced by the noble staff. Annual Staff Barely Survives Inner and Outer Strife 3,-1 if , as WW: 7 '7 12- . --.ja gf..-A eh, ..:,.,,, .,-3 A .Lr- u1--.W Y UPPER RIGHT: ANNUAL STAFF: lst ROVlk C. Schwarzenberg, B. Scott, M Graf M. Burdette, J. Schwarzen- berg, R. Blake, 71 Byess. 2nd ROW' M. Dilworth, L. Burdette, M. Gallivan, 71 Waterman, S. Calhoun, .L Powell. 3rd ROIM B. Mackebee, L. Mirts, B. Bolinger, J. Haslam, E. McCowan, M. Downing, B. Dilworth, E. Chritton. UPPER LEFT: BUSINESS STAFF: FRONT: R. Blake, .L Brownlow. BACK: 71 lnklebarger, G. Kern, M. Grab L. Mirts, S. Watson, S. Webb, S Townsend, E. Wallace, M. Miller. CEN- TER RIGHT: "Theres a fly in my Coke." LOWER LEFT: "Hey, Melissa -is this layout good enough for a cookie?" LOWER RIGHT: Jane and Tallie enjoy Webbis own version of the Sunday comics. ..f 4? .Q WL Q lt.. -a -JR 3' 5 K yljlll I s Q .Q A " f . 1' 0.55 its-',fV. , ,A ,I ,. . A 1. A Q t ' ' 4-A ' F - E as , l K 1 I 7 is -.- . -s Eg E-x "5lllWMl.'. it Cheerleaders Exhibit Polish Led by Captain Susie Webb, this year's cheerleaders sparked spirit and support for the 1970-71 varsity football and basket- ball teams. After attending a summer cheerleading clinic at Tennessee Tech, where they were awarded a blue ribbon and the "spirit stick" for outstanding enthusiasm, the squad re- turned to school in the fall with many ideas to promote student spirit at Webb. The new "X" periods provided them an opportunity to introduce new cheers and to stimulate student support for the teams. However, much of the credit for arousing team support must be given to David Stair and his crew, who faithfully brought their cannon to every game and added much to the entire season. This year the 1970-71 Lower School cheerleaders had a great year cheering to empty bleachers. The number of people at the games was astounding. lt included the team, the cheer- leaders, and the two coaches. lFlahll We did get a lot of practice during the season. During the games we ate that good Webb popcorn, but when our mouths were not full, we really yelled. Nlost of the time we were being yelled at by the team to get off the field, being run over by the referee, or knocked down by the football. All in all, we had a lot of fun in what proved to be a great experience for all of us. and Sparkle at Home Games 34 N-iff ,ish-4' -gf, L, ' 35 LEFT PAGE: UPPER LEF7? LOWER SCHOOL CHEERLEADERS: 1st ROM R. Brownlee, 71 Crossley, A. Townsend, 71 Tarvin, 2nd ROVM' N. Pres- ton, C. Dinwiddie, P. Lynch, 3rd ROMA' J. Slay- den, C. Davis, RIGHT PAGE: LOWER LEFT: FRONT CENTER: L. Mirts, BACK: M. Burdette, P, Marable, P. Lay, H. New- man, E. Dunfard, S. Webb, IL Beaman, M. Leach, R. Garcia. Outstanding Athletes Continue to Play an Important Role LEFT PAGE: UPPER RIGHT: LETTERMAN CLUB OFFICERS: Chip Oakley, Vice-President: the swinging Mike Milner, President: Hank Walter, Secretary. CENTER LEFT: "W" GIRLS: Nancy Nixon, Rhonda Stevens, Janie Bankston, Barbara Crenshaw, Debbie Massey, Vicki Tauxe, Kay Higgins. CENTER RIGHT: Kristy's policy: "Safety first!" LOWER RIGHT: Girls and Dads enjoy dinner at annual Dads' Night. RIGHT PAGE: UPPER RIGHT: F.C.A. OFFICERS: Chip Oak- ley, Vice-President,' Mike Milner, President. UPPER LEFT: Sports Ban- quet dignitaries show approval for awards at head table. CENTER RIGHT: Athletes applaud at Sports Banquet. CENTER LEFT: Officers of Letterman 's Club laugh at their sleepy sponsor, Don Tarvin. LOWER RIGHT: Bailey, Slatery, and Haslam caught in an unusually pensive mood. LOWER LEFT: McMurry, Ellison, Bailey: Lethargic . . . drowsy . . . inert . . . tedious. 4 The first task undertaken by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes this year was the cleaning of the Webb School swim- ming pool. The money paid for the job lS100l went to the school to be used on the football field next year. Most meet- ings were for inspiration, and held at club members' homes. The meetings were led by the sponsor, Coach Don Tarvin, and the club president, Mike Milner. Probably one of the best meetings was held at U.T., at the Local Rally, where U.T. Coach Bill Battle spoke. The Letterman's Club grew this year in number. With the help of this expanded membership and the leadership of Coach Don Tarvin and President Mike Milner, the club undertook its annual Christmas Project. After gathering canned foods from the students for several weeks and purchasing some other food, the club met on Dec. 23 for a breakfast and short devotional. Then they proceeded to the Karns area to deliver the baskets of food to needy families. The entire club agreed that this was their,most successful venture of this nature, and they look forward to doing it again next year. The "W" girls aided the Girls' Athletic Committee in the big job that lay ahead of them. The high point of the year was Dads' Night. There were games for the daughters and their daddies, including softball, volleyball, and swimming. Then Annetha served a dinner of barbecued chicken, salad, and rice, finished off by vanilla ice cream wlchocolate topping. Each class then did a skit or a song. The final event of the night was the award of the Terry Bailey Trophy for sportsmanship to Janie Bankston and Rhonda Stevens and the announcement of the new "W" girls - Melissa Gallivan, Betty Greer, Linda Reeder, Becky Pike, Polky Tarwater, Barbara Bellomy, Edith Dunford, Rebecca Garcia, and Lisa Mayo. l ' W -'X ' " 'E- fg - , 1 l in 1. ,,...g -- . J, r iy'1Tf:j ::'frf+'I: -.Q-..-Q- - . 5 is .WWC 5 iie Lita: I 1. 36 1-AMN . , Q- If l'm Not Bigoted-Some of My Best Friends Are Athletes H-...Hs-q 37 AFS Student Gull Van Hasselt Brlghtens Year at Webb UPPER LEFT: Gill, in native costume, with her American family. CENTER LEFT: Stu- dents pay a pretty penny for lang-awaited revenge. UPPER RIGHT: Zirkle is drenched for the A.F.S. Club. LOWER RIGHT: Gill bites the hand that feeds her. One of the many new clubs at Webb this year was the American Field Service Club. According to its constitution, the club's purposes are to provide "fun, funds, and fellowship" for the A.F.S. student in residence. lnexperienced as it was, the club was very fortunate in having Gillian Van Hasselt: for she was so outgoing that there was no need to "provide" fun and fellowship. An unexpected bonus from Gill was the visit of her charming father, Dr. Van Hasselt, in the course of a spring business trip to the States. GilI's ability to adapt to her new surroundings was a major reason for the success of the annual A.F.S. carnival. Along with the seniors' dunking machine, the juniors' haunted house, and the 7th grade's cake walk, a feature of the evening was the talent show, presenting such sterling performers as Steve Bar- bour and Jim Ripley singing "Rubber Duckie" and Bailey Sharp playing his own very professional compositions. The climax of the evening, Jeff Chapman's announcement that there would, indeed, be an A.F.S. student next year, made the hard work that had gone into the carnival very much worth while. ' ' " " ' ' UPPER LEFT: Ellison and friend in Junior Horror House. CENTER LEFT: Mrs. Brindley earns her title. CENTER RIGHT: Entertainers give the shirts off their backs for a good performance. LOWER LEFT: A.F.S. students from local schools speak in chapel. The Number of Outstanding Students Exceeds Credlblllty I ,,,,,,if .lui Q 2551 A' 1. UPPER RIGHT: Eric Deeds and Nancy Burnett, Webb 's representatives to Boys' State and Girls' State. UPPER LEFT: Spelling Bee Champion Elizabeth Robinson awaits the inevitable slip from runner-up Gavin Bowlby. CENTER.' Miss Hudson congratulates new Cum Laude members Julia Arnett, Philip Carter, Eric Deeds, Mike Downing, Bob Ellison, Melissa Gallivan, Mike Glover, Melissa Graf, Edwin Lay, Sharon Lee, Rick Oliver, Jan Thigpen, Ellen Wallace, Sarah Walls, and Mrs. Paul Pritchard. LOWER LEFT: Vicki Beaman won the Knoxville Driving Rodeo Trophy, and a color television! X 5 RIGHT PAGE: UPPER LEFT: OUTSTANDING TEENAGERS OF AMERICA: Diantha Daniels, Melissa Graf and Barbara Scott. CENTER: AWARDS DAY WINNERS: Ist ROW: Philip Duncan, Fred A. Elmore Memorial Award: Hopie Newman, Hudson Trophy: Celia Schwarzenberg, Henrietta Weigel Memorial Award: Susie Webb, Serendipity Award. 2nd ROW: Gill Van Hasselt, Faculty Appreciation Award: Jimmy Haslam, representing the Junior Class in accepting the VILR. Webb Award for Class Citizen ship: Tim Byess, Jesters' Award for Achievement in Drama: Stev Bailey, Spartan Spirit Trophy: Bill Mackebee, "True Gentlemai Award. NOT PICTURED: Diantha Daniels and Edwin Lay, Latin Awards: Sharon Lee, Science Award: Philip Carter, Math Awai Melissa Graf Delmar Award for Journalism: Kevin Zirkle, Ang. B. Duke Scholarship: Ed Walls, Jesters' Award for Original O tory: D. Allen, S. Bailey, D. Barbour, M. Burdette, 71 Mc. Byess, M. Glover, M. Graf S. Lee, L. Long, B. Mackebee, L. Mirts, H. Newman, B. Scott, V. Tauxe, G. Van Hasselt, S. Walls, S. Webb, and K. Zirkle, Certificates of Senior Appreciation: Mr. B. E. Sharp, Mr. Kelton Tidwell, and Mr. William Tadler, Most Influential Teacher Awards. LOWER LEFT: NATIONAL MERIT FIN- ALISTS: 1st ROW: Melissa Graf Diantha Daniels, Nancy Fletcher. 2nd ROVW Louis Crossley, Sarah Walls, Kevin Zirkle, LOWER RIGHT: Sharon Lee, winner of Regional Science Fair, helps Gus with her project. 42,4 . ff r'-' WLC' I 151 f Ku .,z mf-v. 29 A , :5.:, - 3 i , jim ' '35 'f3.lf'1:' V' -I-3 , 'af-1.51.4 ,--1-. ,TH .Cx U51 13771 .- j:.1gn 5 .'. 1-Q ii' -, ., My 4 55.-.-311 M igiir Q E 1 , I W' 1 fx 'Z asa ' H 1' Commencement Exercises Mark End of Eventful Year ,. LY., . ,, is . Qi' . fi T . 1 J 12:7 .53 V i W' .: ., 0 fm! L 5? l 5 - Q' ww' 1 ll 1 '11, "f l Although the heat was stifling in the gym, the spirits of the participants in the Webb School Commencement Exercises were exuberant as the long-awaited moment approached. After the self-conscious seniors marched in to Mrs. Karen Young's organ accompaniment, Chaplain Richard Paddon delivered the invoca- tion. Following a few words of welcome by Mr. Webb, Sarah Walls delivered the valedictory address. Mr. Mackay presented awards to Patti Obenour and Chip Denton, the Lower School girl and boy with the highest averages. Mr. Snodgrass presided over the Upper School awards: Sarah Walls, appropriately enough, received the Scholarship Award for Girls, and David Chernoff earned the John W. Green Award for Scholarship: Marguerite Burdette received the beautiful Margaret and Leonard Scheuer- mann Trophy "for Scholarship, Integrity, and Graciousness of Spirit," and Mike Downing won the S. J. Chapman Award "for Leadership, Scholarship, and lntegrity." On behalf of the Webb School Trustees, Mr. Herbert H. Slatery, Jr., accepted from Kevin Zirkle a large photograph of the new stone entranceway, repre- senting the gift of the Class of '71. Two numbers by the Webb School Chorus preceded the eloquent and thought-provoking Commencement Address by Dr. George K. Schweitzer, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Tennessee. 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' .ju .Lg-L ,- J ' ".'.".'Y' ,, .-IST, -,-.9--.9. - ... 7,-,I . - I. x2 141.3 QI, I '-Ca-.'.-NW1: i'Zfr:f"q'q-'1 ' " 11341353-., .V-. -za-. - . ' - ", ,1,V.'I. I '-'-5'r1gi:Pl3,-..- ' s 1- 1'-5.,.g,:3f ' ' ,--- ..- - - .J-. mvi. ' 'ff,g-- "?'i1 . "-'f'-2 I A-. v-. My-LEQS Q -1--fx K r " 4. -,-x. :'f'9 1 A H 'A' f'1.g.7'3-,:My1Q,.L2?1' ,.., 'Q .- mi' x Rik 'u.3z,31v1f.-,,, . ,Q..,gg, hr". . X4 ... 'fe 1155 -45.3- ""s' 1' -,zlc , A, .mf A. 'fx 'Mg' ' V '94-TL " 'Ef1'5.:1- ' :--fa., .,r4.Q",:.' ' "' 3':T:':T'lPv- 1, 1 y- :A ,--ygflnf-4 1 . ff .'-Fwd: c.. ,, ' ' ... .P 1 -- . . 'uf -544 Y . ,pg 4 . V wr ' ' fa .'-ef 'rf . 551' -"ip "WI ,kv-'z 1 ' ,J A ,",- ' 'E' - . 'lnfkz-115 ' -f mf.-wi' - f rf ,,-pg, x-:lla -. 41 N1 iw' 6 1 4 EZ Y-. .- .f,-..,-- eq, r ,,, .f'1 AJ. wggix., - ., . ,my In , 1-Vx .L .a.. ' Vi' 5. 52791 4 K ig. ,l l jg. 1 U THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. John C. Bolinger, Jr. Mr. Hugh D. Faust, Jr. Mrs. William F. Gallivan lSecretaryl Dr. John L. Gibbons Mr. James A. Haslam, ll Mr. Nic L. Knoph Mr. Peter Mazur Mr. Orvis Milner Dr. Reese W. Patterson, Jr. Mrs. William J. Mitchell lVlr. Alfred F. Sanford, ll Mr. Herbert H. Slatery, Jr. lVice Chairmanl Mr. James F. Smith, Jr. Mrs. John Testerman Dr. Isabel Tipton Mr. David M. Traver The Reverend Mr. George M. Webb Mr. Robert Webb Mrs. Robert Webb Mr. Charles A. Wallace Dr. James W. White Mr. Kent C. Withers lTreasurerl Mr. Robert S. Young lChairmanl Mrs. Thomas L. Yount Mrs. Charles R. Zirkle --1-Q-il. Administration Carries Its Banner into the Hairy Battle i Hina-nl r 'Z -.1-fr. ' 'L '.:." ,. , , ,J . ' 'il vfv' 'A ep' - l sf., ., .. .ir ' 21 I ' in lVlr. John R. Mackay Mr. James L. Snodgrass Mr. Douglas B. Lothrop, Jr. Mr. Thomas A. Minter Principal of the Lower School Headmaster of the Upper School Business Manager Director of Development .5 - Yr fv ff- L' ? . sr- . lVlr. Robert Webb ' President of Webb School so . X 48 ,. ...gag-' In 5.511-T 57 f 'f 51111. - C f ' .- ' fiiffif? .'-,ji 5: '. ',5:3fff3f . ifffiqiz . . f 41.3-1-1-,-. 125721. Miss Hudson Fletires But Her Influence Shall Remain za :gl l Webb School will not be the same without Miss Genevieve Hudson, who retires this year after fourteen years of dedicated service. Coming to Knoxville in 1957 as headmistress of the newly created Girls' School, Miss Hudson gave unstintingly to build an institution devoted to the development not only of academic excellence but also of personal integrity, responsi- bility, and graciousness of spirit. To the girls she was often an Authority Figure, sometimes resisted and resented - in due time respected, admired, loved. Miss Hudson ran a tight ship. Under her keen eye, girls remem- bered to keep their locker doors shut, their shoelaces tied, their shirttails tucked in. To the members of her faculty - a loyal, closeknit group with enviable esprit - she was a strong leader: intellectually tough, flexible, tireless, helpful, generous, and appreciative. With the merging of the Boys' and Girls' Schools, Miss Hudson shifted gears to become ll a well-informed, hard- working college guidance counselor and 2l an extremely inven- tive teacher of 7th grade English. We salute a lady whose motto might well be taken from Chaucer: "And gladly wolde he lerne, and gladly teche." 1.-... a Mrs. B. M. Downing Lower School Guidance Counselor Miss Genevieve Hudson Upper School Guidance Counselor The Reverend Mr. Richard W. Paddon Chaplain, Counselor, Religious Studies Mr. Robert Webb Religious Studies Bible, Guidance and Library Are Vital Parts of Webb Mrs. John Roberts Librarian Assistant Mrs. C. P. Tudor Head Librarian I.: ,ffl -el-ere Pffifif il ,ig gy-L - Q' '-4-s.s -L Lest we forget... Mrs. Tom Trent, executive director of the Webb School bookstore, X performs an indispensable function in the workings of our institution: unfortunately, all too often her diligent service is taken for granted. Thank you, Mrs. Trent. Mrs. Kenneth D. Johnson Upper School Secretary Mrs. R. H. King Bookkeeper ' Mrs. James Markelonis Secretary to the President Miss Rachel Woody . Lower School Secretary .rg ' Secretaries Maintain Warm Relationship with Students , 4 nl ll i ' ftfFi'w:r31?.' i5:lf?5'iLie.l l -ll K4-K, 'fl' ' ' . ,fri-gi-2"-V' L M -- l v. " ,x 'iilfl lllusllssgit i Mr. William J. Tadler Chairman of the English Department X Q vi The English Department Continues lts Novel Programs ,' W The Nlath Department 2 Z-XCZOO-I-SD 4- Rt21-37919 53 sher, Jr. Mrs. Hilton A. S C in Department Chairman of the M Languages Department Language Division Continues Outstanding Performance 54 V ' 13 New German Course Is a Welcome Addltlon to School Mr Harold Bohnhoff Mrs. Henry A. Frlbourg Mrs. Ted Hutchins Mr. James O. Webber Mr. A. Kennard Brewste Mr. Larry C. Prater Mrs. James P. Umbarger ' ,gl 'Visa S Mr. Don L. Tarvin Mrs. Michael E. Gordon Mr. Jim R. McClain Director of Athletics Director of Girls' Athletics Football and Track Coach and Basketball Coach Physical Education Strengthens Its Intramural Sports , , f f f 6 i Iv V 1 I '. I-i, 4 , . ..-Ml . . , ' 'l , 41 ' all .1 ,ll .li - 56 'X 1' The Science Department Transfers Into New Building ,Y , 57 L' wr Lggygafsirrb S. X -F1215- x K ,. Q 5 - E ff Y Mr. Jefferson Chapman Chairman of the Social Studies Department Social Studies Department Provides Varied Curriculum 50 58 rxx fs! Inns N F, .-gm. ll , W l .'f ': rl f-Q0 N. Mr. Walter W. Hawthorne Mrs. Tom Siler Mrs. Benson Waterman Music Remedial Reading Studio and History of Art New Building Allows Expansion of Fine Arts Program i K S Y Q F l ' 1 L ff: , . -4 -- ,V " ' I ' '- gg' , 59 I Q. .wr l i . . f ' . -V. . . HI ' 1 Minors Offer the Students a lVlore Varied Curriculum The rotating schedule permitted the addition of new minor courses to our curriculum this year. Students were given the option of choosing the minors with which to supplement their education, with the exception of Religious Studies 9 lalias Biblel, which is required. Seventh and eighth graders were also required to take one term of both chorus and art. However, this is not to say that upperclassmen did not receive their fair share of the finer artsy studio art was offered as both a full-year course and as a minor. Students with a scientific bent could take ecology or electronics. Perhaps the most revolution- ary addition was a course in political ideologies. For one group ot economically enterprising capitalists, a study of stocks and bonds this year may eventually prove to be enriching. Finally, Webb has been doing its part to insure safety on our nation's highways by offering a course in driver education. '-'3 The Cooks Provide Students with Food for Thought I - rp Q 1 Q V H A ,QT J ' '1 , .' '.-.. 4-cn... - ' ,T Ji , .fir F UPPER LEFT: Beaming Betty Whitaker whips about whisking away wisps of weftovers.UPPER CENTER: Annetha lurks behind the center- piece, waiting to catch dessert-snitchers. UP- PER RIGHT: lt's Shake 'n Bake, an' l helped! CENTER.' Annetha Totten, Sally Taylor, Char- lene Rogers, Nell Wells, and lva WiIson.CEN- TER RIGHT: "Double double, toil and trou- ble: Fire burn, and cauldron bubbIe." LOWER LEFT? "Scale of dragon, tooth of wolf, Witch's mummy, maw and gulf." 61 i f-'id-A LEF7? Happy Herman's hunting hat helps hinder heat. ABOVE: Pete Coker poses with his hard-working assistant, Manfred, the Wonder Dog. BEL Olflk Ultra-modern, up-to-date equipment aids the maintenance department land provides Pete a free ridei. Custodians Get It All Together and Keep It That Way y? -1 QL. W E :ie viii!-uS3s"iiklk'I4 62 LEFT: SENIOR CLASS OF- FICERS and COMMITTEE MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: David Barbour, Secretary- Treasurerg David Stair, Vice- President, Marguerite Bur- dette, Community Service Committee. BACK ROW: Kevin Zirkle, President, Susie Webb and Bill lvlackebee, School Service Committee, Lynn Mirts, Community Ser- vice Committeep Linda Reed- er, Discipline Review Board. NOT PICTURED: Jeff Nlc- Crory, Student Council Repre- sentative. Class of 71 Proves Itself Adaptable to Changing Times T51 REAR- K L Doug Allen Ross Bagwell Steve Bailey Jane Bankston David Barbour Graduation Marks Climax of Many Challenging Years ,Zn ,qgv 1' W' A D, ,..,h. . V Q, gg., xx T71 Randy Blake Bob Bolinger Brooks Bradsher Marguerite Burdette Tim Byess V' Ne? 65 V, ., k.,V A , ' V l 1 A Y ,N--Q-3 4-wg - 7 .n V- ,QQ V A , l ' i I 'ill' Z i , - Q ll! i K' wabmf: The Seniors Are Quick to Challenge Old Traditions Philip Campbell Connie Carlson Ernest Chritton Louis Crossley Diantha Da I , , -.,-,- Z4 P HP- . . Y Y- ,YH l , . W I 66 si ,.Qlf"' 'LQ Mike Downing Nancy Fletcher Arthur Fowler Melissa Gallivan Mike Glover f 67 1 i A U .11 J Melissa Graf Betty Greer Mike Hansard Cindy Harrison Kay Higgins . E. 5-'fb -W 1 iii-' 1 3Qf2f1'1V"'if'?iEi 1:21,-,.i , .1 :S 1, JI 1 ,L 68 EB me We-ix Webb Adequately Enriches Students to Face the '7O's Robin Hinton Tom lnklebarger Eddie Kessel James Kile Marcia Klein 69 v Sharon Lee Joey Lobetti Loucinda Long Jeff McCrory Chris Mackay Seniors Demonstrate Creativit and Communit Concern r V r if 1 1 F Eg 4' if 70 f y i . ,is-JP? qw n I l 11 , , .-4 ,Sf-., 'E' , ' -'Q'n'- wr'-,QU by in 1 F '4,VN M ,, .-.iw , . - 4 -T" I " ' if-L1 f' , 3. ,V 5, ,s u-, ' 1 w ' ' .Y -M 2. .L ---H .- ,i'. X . . af' .' ix i '- ' V 4 IJ Y R.. , ,V 'Q' V ' M - M' j ' I i L, A iw 5 Q-1 -1 L H H" A . ,- " YQ 1 A i 133.4 ' in as 2 ai :',.j -1 ' ' , 4'I.1 I-E?,1.S-T? M Y' A ,,.,4i' , V r, Z :Y Y ' :T-. fin' by ,R I' 'X ' - . L 'wx' Y m - , V V 1, 14u.,.l. - , t, L ' ,ja if , . .,,. i i V A M V igf v Y N V fn-gpg: X A53 if A .... A H 6-VY W x 1 4- 5 ,9 V Y An g: - r ww Q , ' i . i, A P' ' f51'f,,fw .Q 'S' 'sl , Lax? H N -'23 Li f f fp .. . V V '. 'ff A' 5 9?-, S li kwa f, iii- i ' ,i Fri- -i f 'S' ,lager if '- "gJ,g-'xi-ggq,:Y2'ig.c, - H' ,- I-ff! , Kai . , ' -.VJ-g 5' E: LH, U ' 55-, i ' Ix5Mi.if1g',f'1-Ff - 1 , - " , " I- "I" ., R. J E':s:I:js.:, .1 FHM' 455, -- i 5 1 'gailff .571 - F, . " if' www w 31, 'X EEgIi2f:'2fQf2':f2--53 - , 1 -'L 92? X LT " "fs Ax . 4 : 5 fx- , ' V' V . '72, - -U" . ' 1'-..:--vf'1g.,',I,: - ' - ,,..i tj .Q .,.-LILY-Ji I ,K ...x gfh I j' 'FLW ,gsm - ' . ' A s,1gj,f5?-r?.wj,:-' A A dfvfn, 4444- Bill Mackebee Mona Miller r ii ,ff ' " '1 LE? Mike Milner Lynn -Nlirts Chip Neblett ..,,,wmi.::f: -, 1: ' --l-nzhs ii .ii w -Y 71 -.'- Y-1'.,, Y.: 2,sm,, ,'s.p5'yx ---,af ni. iz. J 'fm' 1. . ff, - S- W Quai? Hopie Newman Nancy Nixon Q Chip Oakley Rick Oliver Philip Reed Q A 1 1 4 .JA , 72 e KV Seniors Benefit from New ScienceBuilding Facilities Linda Reeder Sally Ridenour David Rose Sara Saulpaw Sam Scandlyn 73 WF' Barbara Scott Marcus Simpson David Stair Rhonda Stevens Vicki Tauxe Y-an 74 John Temple fi. E- Jan Thigpen Gillian Van Hasselt Buzz Waller Sarah Walls Long-Awaited College Acceptance Relieves Anxieties 1 , ' A 54 4, 75 -:-f 1 Hank Walter James Waters Susie Webb Mark Woodruff Kevin Zirkle 76 The Class of '72 Looks Forward to Its Senior Year i i JUNIORS TZZ Q Elise Adams , 'llr' ' '- -H? Leigh Alexander A dx", Dee Bagwell - -5 Vicki Beaman i V A x L51 77 Becky Bradley Sherrill Bradsher Doug Brindley Kristy Brown John Brownlow Nancy Burnett Philip Carter Cyd Casenburg Barbara Crenshaw Richard Dabbs Eric Deeds Ricky Dew Martha Dilworth Harry Dinwiddie Mike Elliott Bob Ellison Tom Evans Barbara Fish JUNIORS Tom Fisher Teresa Furgurson Clyde Furr Andy Goodwin Gary Gordon Geoff Greene Jim Haslam Lee Ingram Steve Johnston George Kern Edwin Lay Elizabeth McCowan - Ben McMurry Greg Mackay Steve Madden Patsy Marable Debbie Massey Jan Montgomery Junior Class Hits a Record-Breaking Senior Slump , wr i - , ,,w,, Q E7 ABOVE: "What is all the fuss about noisy study halls?" Conscientious junior demonstrates model study hall behavior. ABOVE RIGHT: "We learned how to footnote in English today." RIGHT: "Now, boys, it's only a camera: it won't hurt we just want to take your picture. Besides, if you get your picture in the yearbook, you 'll be famous. " 78 J U NIO RS Sterchi Morton Luce Overall Terri Pearson Becky Pike Jim Post Judy Powell Libby Pryse Anne Rader Jane Schwarzenberg Ellis Shacklett David Simpson Charles Slatery Clay Smith Sally Smith Daryl Stair Polky Tarvvater Sally Townsend Ellen Wallace RIGH7? SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS and COMMITTEE MEM- BERS: TOP ROW: Bob Dilworth, Secretary-Treasurer: Ann Hicks, President: Edith Dunford, Vice-President CENTER.' Martin Walten Discipline Review Board: Rebecca Garcia, Student Council Representa- tive. TO LEFT: Chester Rice, School Service Committee,' Janice Thompson, Community Service Committee. TO RIGHT: Ed Sims, Community Service Committee: Patti Lay, School Senrice Committee. PICTURED ABO VE: Polly examines the 1970 PRINCEPS. Sophomores Accept New SOPHOMORES Polly Ailor Skip Barton Barbara Bellomy Gary Braden Joe Browder Jim Brown Lyn Burdette Sallie Calhoun Jack Carlson Katherine Carr David Chernoff Bill Chesney Debbie Dabbs Jack Daniels Mary Nell Davis Kathryn Dempster Phoebe Diftler Bob Dilworth Kevin Downing Gary Dreyer Dane Duggan Edith Dunford Rose Ellis Barbara Fulton fl. . ' ' "5 L-1-, ,F rg ' ,- Challenges in Upper School I i 80 IG' 3. 'vig 3 'F I fr 1, V Xe: 1 , l f 13T'F.si:r."-'1wE'l':"l X l if l l XXX' WL ' 'i X l 1 W l H' ' ,-z"Lil Q n- .' vii NEW 'R f' I4 v X 1 , Mx? SOP H OM O R ES Rebecca Garcia Jeremy Graf Julia Hardin Mary Harris Ann Hicks Steve Himmelstein Leslie Hogan David Hutchinson Lynne Keener Andy Lane Patti Jane Lay Molly Leach A. Lincoln Jerry London George Manning Sammy Manning Terry Marsh Lisa Mayo Tim Mazur Terry Morris Melanie Myers Mackie Neblett Bitsy Newman George Noxon Steve Petro ne Marcia Radovich Randy Raley Chester Rice Celeste Richardson Melissa Robinson SOPHOM ORES Ronda Robinson Greg Fiothery Deborah Scott Bailey Sharp Mark Siegel Ed Sims Clark Smith John Smith Mark Smith Janie Stair Charisse Taft Janice Thompson Margaret Traver Lou Tucker Nancy Wallace Nancy Waller Ed Walls Martin Walter Michaele Walter Tallie Waterman David Wedekind Ernest Weeks Steve Wilson David Wolf Rick Young Margaret Yount ,15 i flu, J lan, .1 1 . I H is R 1' f , J F Er S i .3 ij. - T ' 'Q Q Z. f -l E, , , it 11"-A . ."i- raguumfwvf' rv-':'l"" ' awww .. 5 rfv.1'K?5fF"' - K ' .- 3111159 N V, ' wlxufmsnaisusoxx - eeigru-nf-1l'!'EE2iia'u L-i uninislieyu - ,,,:4i E :J-e.llnf1353, ,F A, ,,..'n- QKMQQQY? I-N. ,-,gamer-ut.-el the - I.-111g:x4n:iufl9k2,,, ,,. i : if - ' ,:.g,'l'---k 'E us , -1- - ' ' -,,g., . 4.4 . .V Y- 'i A , " ' Ji U, 3131 X: fik i ' W "' T ui " - 1,3-K-, . , . . Fin 4 B ' x- no i v t. l if Q23 V7 Q x if X ily ABOVE: "Well, doctor, what do you think?" "The ground, sir, very definitely has a fever. l do believe we'll have to operate." MIDDLE: Nancy Preston prepares to make a daring escape over the wall. RIGHT: "lf a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away -" So don 't worry, Jimmy. Thoreau was on your side. Freshmen Hold Places of Leadership in Lower School FRESHMEN Jim Alexander David Baker Greg Benson David Bradley Melinda Bradley Edward Brailey David Carpenter Kent Cater Georgeanne Castings Susan Chernoff -3 V Kirby Chritton Meg Cifers Trinka Crossley C Nancy Cuningham Ellen Daniels Cindy Davis Rick Deaderick Amy Deeds Richie DeSelm Emily Dick David Dickson Cissie Dinwiddie Shannon Downing Jimmy Dukes l l 83 F Self-Confidence Gives Ninth Graders Great Potential RESHMEN Bob Fletcher Ralph Freeman Ginny Gibbons Holly Gibbons Jenny Glover Cathy Greene Jackie Greene Ma Jennifer Greene Tom Gross Ward Hamilton Mickey Harris Robert Harris rk Harrison Ann Haslam Frank Kerr John Kreis Sharon Larisey Frank Lee Gwen Mcllwaine Susan McMillan Bill McNeeley Michelle Melloy Steve Minor Nancy Montgomery Jay Newlon Barbara Noxon Kevin O'KelIey Laurie Osborne Scott Overall Jon Perry Cindy Peters Tim Pitts Greg Preston A 52 W. ,Y-N. Q.. 'Dx FRESHIVIEN Nancy Preston Flissa Pryse ' Dennis Ragsdale John Ratledge f Scott' Rayson John Sample Celia Schwarzenberg Sally Sexton Meg Sienknecht Hugh Slatery Jeannie Slayden Marty Smith Richard Thornton Audrey Townsend Bobo Townsend Jennie Tucker Tim Tudor Alan Vesser Andy Walls Sue Walton Jennifer Wiggall Madge Wilson Pam Wilson Bill Yarberry rl l LEF7? FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS and COMMITTEE MEM- BERS: FRONT ROIM Ginny Gibbons, Vice-Presidentf David Bradley, President: Cathy Greene, Secretary-Treasuren BACK ROW' Ward Hamilton, Discipline Review Board' Meg Cifers and John Ratledge, School Service Committee: Bobo Townsend, Community Senrice Cam- mitteef Kirby Chritton, Student Council Representative. NOT PIC- TURED: Holly Gibbons, Community Senfice Committee. ABO VE: The G ibbans sisters perform during an X -period. EIG HTH GRADE Blll Ailor Billy Arbo Kathie Arnold Patty Bankus Steve Barbour Steve Blake Stacy Bolling Charles Brailey Denise Branson Russ Breeding Jeff Broders Carl Browder Mark Brown Robin Brownlee Jeanne Calhoun Leesa Clark Larry Daniels David Davidson Philip Davis Stephanie Diftler Kathy Dilworth Mark Dore Philip Duncan Marsh Frere The Eighth Gra I Zifsfmve. E 1 . Ev i , K 5' 2 x l ,, , 7: X. 1' 'f 1' 1 'r f .Z ' A de Appreciates New Position of Power 86 ABOVE: EIGHTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS and COMMITTEE MEMBERS: KNEELING: Bill Mitchell, Vice-President: David Radovich, Student Council Representativeg Ray Tucker, Presidentg Penny Lynch, Secretary-Treasurer, STANDING: Mark Dore and Denise Branson, School Service Committee: Patti Obenour, Discipline Review Board: Steve Barbour and Elizabeth Robinson, Community Senfice Committee. RIGHT: "Two, two, two mints in one!" X . ll 3 I is ap. 87 FL, EIG HTH GRADE Eric Grigsby Ch An Jennie Harrison John Hawk Donna Hill Mike Hobbs Jennifer Hunt ristine Jensen Barbie LaChine Mike Lane Melodie Love Penny Lynch Mac McCoy n Makinodan Randy Massey Carlton Mathes Mike Miller Bill Mitchell David Mize Denise Montie Robert Morris Patti Obenour Sam Patterson Lucy Peagler Linda Rader EIG HTH GRADE David Radovich Dennis Reagan Jim Ripley Elizabeth Robinson Tom Salley Elise Schriver John Schubert Ruth Shellabarger Dean Smith Howard Spiva Luanne Steele Tom Stokes Lynette Taft Terri Tarvin Tom Tate Hanley Testerman Ray Tucker Scott Wallace Kathy Wallis Pam Yount 4-r :pn Webb School Full of Surprises for the Class of 1976 1 ll " fm any - - 3 2 ,a i m sEvENTi-i G RADE 'l ' lfiz-afiiwii, "Q Louise Albers il' 5 Ross Baker I M Stephanie Barnes Betsy Ben A .,"' it ' Bush Bell W uf," 'f Gavin Bowlby Meg Bradley Tom Breeding . - Elaine Bright Beth Burchfield Alyson Callaway David Cook Dennis Coughlin Morris Dalton IWL Greg Davis Jim Deaderick Nancy Dean YE'-' Chip Denton Lori Dewender Amy Dilworth Denise Duggan lie Uh ng-gf vuqqf fn., Fred Ernest Hal Ernest Nlatt Gallivan Marco Garcia Lisa Gardner Anne Gettys Susan Gettys Kurt Graun ke John Greer LEFT: Two new recruits undergo rigorous boot camp training BEL OVW "They never bothered me about my chewing gum until I came to Webb. I f I just hold i t in my hand un til class is over, maybe he won 't notice. " Seventh Grade Adjusts to Life in Junior High School SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS and COMMITTEE MEM- BERS: Carole Kerr, School Service Committee: Chljo Denton, Student Council Representativeg Doug Traver, School Senfice Committee: Kenan Smith, Secretary-Treasureig' Sabrina Pat- terson, Community Service Committee: lfor Williams, Vice- Presidentp Gary Janes, Community Service Committee: Bill Haslam, President U'-T11 SEVENTH GRADE Russell Greer Mary Hamilton Bill Haslam Will Heim John Hemmester Sallee Hendrickson Gary Jones Allan Kaplan Carole Kerr Kevin Kile Monica Langley Charla Lee David Liles Melissa McCoy Dwight McMillan Chris McMurry Freddie Marsh Beth Mathews Leslie Mirts Ellen Mize Lee Montgomery Jack Neely A .Jim O'FaIlon Sabrina Patterson - 7 ,AJ , am!" 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V, .Me ,. ff f Q' .fl v- 5' A " F L 'u L Ji' 'tzfall Y-1"'L7 " XA , -U ,- -:vf5v.,JA.!, - I ,A I it I 2. ,I Y -C X b my Q V V N , .Y G L' L ' -'mifrwgj wh f ' - I ' . 1-X' - I we . T s. V - V W, ,y,1...3!4X+,.. , in V 4.4. K . .,-Q , ,t 5f'jf.7-WL. Wg Q Y ,'QQ:,3,,u, sm -- " I ' ' - ' 4 f-1' H, f -wi g' w Mmwfkt .fp LL I' A . W.. :A 3' lliflii 9- 'Q I -X ,- M pta - ---swf Nl The Spirited Spartans Spring to Successful Season .9 ,v i,- .n..-. -- -30.15 .za ll ll il , 1,1 f'-5 5 1 F .. W , ,le-i . ,. . rt- ",'r!"L.-,T -- gift- ,v .. - , - ., . an 'ft' , Sparked by great leadership from the team's five seniors, the 1970 football Spartans were able to overcome the lack of team depth and move to a winning season. Victories over Farragut and Gibbs set the stage for an early season showdown with upstart Rule. Trailing 14-7 late in the game, the Spartans, apparently beaten, took a Golden Bear kickoff and marched seventy yards to move within a point. With nothing but victory in mind, Webb passed for a two-point conversion and a 15-14 win. After an open date the Spartans were slowed by narrow defeats at the hands of Powell, South, and Karns. Spirits ran low till Webb bounced back with a satisfying win over neigh- boring rival West, and the following week upset favored Hix- son, of Chattanooga, 6-0. Plagued by injuries and sickness, the Big Green fell to Young in the season finale. Post-season honors were bestowed upon Captain Hank Wal- ter, who was selected All State: Steve Bailey, who was All K.F.L.g and Chip Oakley and Mike lVlilner, both of whom received divisional awards. Walter's acceptance of a grant-in-aid from the University of Tennessee marked the third straight year that one of Coach lVlcClain's Spartans has signed to play football at a major college. Eager to follow the example of this year's outstanding seniors, future captains Jim Haslam and Tom Evans anticipate leading the many returning players to another winning season. - - K f. -,- , -'ft V - -.-Y " F Five Talented Seniors Provide Oufstending Leadership A 96 e psf.. LEFT PAGE: TOP: Walter cuts back into path cleared by aggressive Spartan blockers. CENTER LEFT.' Bailey moves in to help Temple against West. CENTER RIGHT: Haslam follows Walter, who is about to make a key block. LOWER LEFT: Haslam sprints behind Evans as interference. LOWER RIGHT: From the sidelines Slatery intensely ponders action. RIGHT PAGE: LEFT: Quarterback Milner barely gets off pass before being hit. CENTER RIGH7? Milner calls signals as Spartans tense for action. BOTTOM: 1.970 SPARTANS: FIRST ROIM Ellis Shacklett, Tom Evans, Doug Brindley, David Hutchinson, Harry Dinwiddie, John Temple, Steve Bailey, Chip Oakley, Mike Milner, Hank Walter. SECOND ROIM Coach Brewster, Ernest Weeks, George Kern, Joe Browder, Rick Dew, Clyde Furr, Mike Elliott, Eric Deeds, Martin Walter, Sterchi Morton, Tom Fisher, Coach McClain. THIRD ROMA' John Brownlow, Steve Petrone, David Wedekind, Jack Carlson, Charles Slatery, Sammy Manning, Jack Daniels, Dane Duggan, Jimmy Haslam, Hugh Slatery. Coach Jim lVlcClain Blows His Last Whistle at Webb Jim lVIcClain has been Webb's football and track coach for six years, as well as a member of the science department. He has compiled a 32-18-2 record in football and graduated such athletes as Chip Howard lquarterback, U.T.l, Robert Leyen lline- man, Yalel, and Hank Walter lfreshman, U.T.l. The height of his career at Webb was the 1968 football season, when Webb was not only undefeated in its area games, but also went on to win the Oneida Bowl game, played in Oneida, Tennessee. lVlcClain, ,a graduate of Carson Newman College, was at Bearden High School for five years before he became head coach at Webb. He has accepted a similar position at Fulton High School. A man who has contributed as much to sports as Jim NlcClain will surely be missed in the years to come. l . wi fps f. :- -u J. ' li A Y 1 rasiitf l PE' -9 MEMBERS OF THE SEVENTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM Bill Haslam Anthony Reagan Mark Dore John Hemmester James Wedekind Kenan Smith Sam Patterson Dwight McMillan Fred Ernest Marco Garcia Matt Gallivan Gary Jones Wade Sample Chip Denton Jimbo O'Fallon David Fladovich Bush Bell Kevin Kile Jack Robinson Ross Baker Robert Morris Carlton Mathes Hal Ernest Doug Traver Freddie Marsh Small Footballers Fiercely The Webb Jr. High football team was divided into two teams this year. The A team's seasonal record was two wins, two losses and one tie. The captain of the team was Kirby Chritton, and the co-captains were David Bradley and David Dickson. Their first game of the season was a hard-fought 0-0 tie with Farragut. The next game was with Gibbs. On the opening kickoff John Kreis ran back a 75-yard touchdown to pull us to an early lead. Kirby Chritton, Al Vesser, and Bill Arbo added the remaining touchdowns. The final score was 36-0. The third game of the season was with Halls. The injury-plagued Spartans suffered a 22-0 loss. The Carter game was very disappointing. The Spartans, behind the whole game, fought back hard in the second half, but Arbo's and Vesser's touchdowns were not enough to overcome Carter. The Powell game ended the season on a high note as Webb fought back from a 6-0 deficit. Chritton scored first to t the game, and defensive tackle Bill Yarberry scored on an interception. Al Vesser put the icing on the cake with an 85-yard interception runback, making the final score 18 to 6. This year's standouts were David Dickson, John Kreis, Bill Arbo, Al Vesser, and Marsh Frfere. The experience of this team will help the varsity team next year. Tackle the Tiny Gridiron ABOVE LEFT: Captains David Bradley, Kirby Chrit- ton, and David Dickson pose with their Coach, Larry Prater. BOTTOM: JR. HIGH FOOT- BALL TEAM: David Bradley, Kent Carter, Frank Lee, Jim Alexander, Bill Yarberry, Ward Hamilton, David Dick- son, Dennis Ragsdale. SEC- OND ROVlk Jim Ripley, Rob- ert Morris, Bill Arbo, Mark Harrison, Al Vesser, Kirby Chritton, Dean Smith, John Kreis. THIRD ROMA' Ralph Freeman, Scott Rayson, Sam Patterson, Carlton Mathes, Scott Wallace, Marsh Frere. TOP ROMA MANAGERS: Jeff Broders, Philip Duncan, Ray Tucker, Coach Larry Prater. NOTPICTURED: Bill Haslam. 'AW Y" 1 id, ,El Undersized Spartans Suffer Through Rebuilding Year 100 T V i :""'3 " . f LEFT PAGE: UPPER LEF77 Walter scores on a break-away layup. UPPER RIGHT: All- Divisional Honors were bestowed upon Junior Sterchi Morton. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: KNEELING: James Waters, Bob Dil- worth, Coach Don Tarvin, Skip Barton, Hank Walter, Tom lnklebarger, Bill Mackebee, Robin Hinton, Jim Haslam, Sterchi Morton, Arthur Fowler. RIGHT PAGE: UPPER LEFT: The Spartan press moves quickly to stop Bearden. UPPER RIGHT: Fisher gets up high for a tip against Farragut. CENTER LEFT: Haslam shoots under heavy pressure from McCallie. CENTER RIGH77 Neblett puts up a free throw with much concentration. LOWER LEFT: Play- ers come to bench for instructions from coaches Tarvin and Lowery. Varsity Team Ends Season with Hopes for Next Year l L ' 'Q ' -- visw b ...final i ff! 55 ,3..9?-:Jae Lia- .l . ' - U .19-1 LEFT PAGE: UPPER LEFT: Has- lam's shot might make it to the goal. UPPER RIGHT: Neblett spins ball into hoop. CENTER LEFT: How about a foul! CENTER: Arms fly as the ball spurts toward the basket. RIGHT PAGE: UPPER LEF7? Spartans fight for rebound against tough Flule. CENTER LEF77 Tarvin gives orders as players approach bench. CENTER RIGHT: Position is crucial under the boards. CENTER: Tarvin makes a point to the listening Spartans. LOWER LEFT: Neblett barely gets shot by a high-jumping opponent. LOWER CENTER: Spartans move into lane after free throw. LOWER RIGHT? Walter tries an underhanded layup as opponents' hands reach out. ,Ng 10 LQ 7F'1 xivi wif? .Y The 1970-71 Spartan basketball team suffered through a dismal season. Though spirit was high before the season began, the Spartans could not quite seem to put it all together in games. Low points of the season included humiliating losses to West, Farragut, and Young, while impressive encounters were the first win ever at Jacksboro, double victories over Webb at Bell Buckle, and a revenge win over Young. Captaining the team were 3-year Ietterman Hank Walter and Senior Robin Hinton. Bill Mackebee, Chip Neblett, Arthur Fowler, and Tom lnklebarger were seniors who saw frequent action. Post-season honors went to Sterchi lVIorton, who was selected all A- Division. Standout juniors returning next year are Nlorton, Jim Haslam, Tom Fisher, and Charles Slatery. With these juniors and the help from a record-setting B-Team, Coach Don Tarvin hopes next year's season will be somewhat brighter. 103 -,v...", ,Hi . .7 rt . K, 1 Junior High Basketball, 1971, was under a new set-up which replaced the old three- team system with a Varsity and a "B" Team. The senior Baby Spartans had difficulty finding the winning touch against a rough schedule and compiled a 2-15 season. De- spite their relatively poor record, there were bright spots in the play of Buss Breeding, Marsh Frere, and John Kreis, and, in fact, in the overall hustle of the entire team. The Junior High "B" Team displayed some fine basketball, but lacked consistency in moving to a record of five wins against eleven losses. Individual standouts were Dean Smith, Larry Daniels, Eric Grigsby, and Robert lVlorris. With starters returning next year, the junior high porgram should continue to improve. Basketball Teams Dribble Their Way Through Games TOP LEFT: JR. HIGH ,"B" TEAM: Ist ROMA Bobo Townsend, George Wallace, Sam Patterson, Dean Smith, Carlton Mathes, Bill Haslam, Wade Sample. 2nd ROW: Coach Larry Prater, Manager Ray Tucker, Eric Grigsby, Richie DeSelm, Edward Brailey, Tom Tate, Lee Mont- gomery, Mike Miller, and Manager David Radovich. CENTER LEFT: Coach Terry Powell. CENTER RlGH77 JR. HIGH "A" TEAM: 7st ROIM Marsh Frere, David Bradley, Russ Breeding, Bill Arbo, Larry Daniels. 2nd ROW: Dennis Ragsdale, Hugh Slatery, John Kreis, AI Vesser, Kirby Chritton, Dean Smith, Coach Terry Powell. LOWER RIGHT: John Kreis drives around defender and heads for basket. , 55212559 EB 42.9 QEBB my 'QXEH 508 24 WT? TOP LEFT: VARSITY "B" TEAM: KNEELING: Martin Walter, Sam Q Manning, Mack Neblett, Ed Sims. STANDING: Rick Young, Joe Browder, Tom Fisher, Charles Slat- ery, Gary Braden. NOT PICTURED: Jack Daniel, Kevin Downing, and Coach Bill Lowery, CENTER LEFT: Gary Braden leaps high to loft a shot. CENTER RIGHT: Coaches Prater and Powell look on intently as Coach Tarvin makes a point. LOWER LEFT: Tom Fisher gets up high to tip ball to anxious teammates. V530 34 ,Q Comeback Winning Streak Evens Out B-Team Season 105 A record-setting B-team highlighted this year's basketball program. After losing ten of its first eleven games, the team ripped off a sensational streak of ten wins. With wholehearted support from Coach Tarvin and Coach "CL" Lowery, the team set their sights on the B-team championship. However the bubble was burst by a talented Austin-East team in the first round. Supporting Charles Slatery and Tom Fisher were Gary Braden, Sammy lVlanning, Ed Sims, Bipper Walter, and Mackie Neblett. This talented group should add up to a successful varsity team next year. Undersupplied but Determined Track Team Runs Well l U fm 106 I LEFT PAGE: TOP: Chip Oakley clears pole vault bar despite wind. LOWER LEFT: 'Hank Walter strains before muscling shot put. LOWER RIGH71' Walter shows good form in follow-through of shot put throw. RIGHT PAGE: UPPER LEFT: Randy Blake hurries to go ahead of op- ponent in high hurdles. LOWER LEFT: James Kile stretches out for a better distance in long jump com- petition. LOWER RIGHT: Sam Watson Sprints ahead of David Rose after quick handoff in relay. . '71 Track Team Has Winning Season Breaks Records LEFT PAGE: UPPER LEFT: George Kern releases pole as he successfully clears bar. UP- PER RIGHT: Hank Walter rolls over bar in high jump. VARSITY TRACK TEAM: James Kile, Jack Daniels, Ben lVlcMurry, George Kern, Lee Ingram, Jim Haslam, David Rose, Sam Watson. NOT PICTURED: Hank Walter, Chip Oakley, Randy Blake, Jack Carlson, Mike Elliott, John Smith, Al Vesser. RIGHTPAGE: UPPER LEFT: Chip Oakley smiles with relief as he breaks tape ahead of all opponents. UPPER RIGHT: Walter strains to win in 100-yd. dash as Rose finishes a close second. LOWER LEFT: Jack Daniels shows stamina and concentration in mile run. At the beginning of the spring, it was doubtful that there would be enough people to field a track team. However, through the recruiting of Coach McClain, as well as the dedication of returning numbers, the team sprinted to an overall 7-2 record and fourth place in the city. Big wins of the season were over Central, Catholic, Lake City, Halls, Rule, South, and always tough Austin-East. The only Spartan de- feats were at the hands of Fulton and Morristown West. In the KIL meet Webb did very well, finishing a strong fourth. Placing high in the meet were Hank Walter, 5th in the 100-yard dash and 3rd in the shot put, Jim Haslam, 2nd in the 220-yard dash, and Randy Blake, 2nd in the pole vault. The 440-relay team, composed of Chip Oakley, David Rose, Wal- ter, and Haslam, finished first. The 880-relay team, consisting of Sam Watson, Oakley, Walter, and Haslam, also took top honors. The school record-setting 2-mile relay team, composed of James Kile, Al Vesser, John Smith, and Mike Elliott, finished fourth in this meet. ln the District Meet the Spartans finished fifth through strong performances by Walter, Haslam, Blake, and the relay teams. Also adding strength in running competition were Ingram, McMurry, and Daniels, while Fisher, Kern, and Carlson were strong in the field events for the Spartans. Junior High Track Sets Records in Winning Season To win or not to win - that was no question. With well-oiled running events and outstanding field events, Webb's Junior Spartans won three out of four meets this season and showed the most promise in the last five years. The relay teams were highlighted by the undefeated 880-relay team, which, in its best effort, shattered the former Lower Schoolstandard by more than two seconds with a 43.2-second combination of John Kreis, Al Vesser, Dean Smith, and John Schubert. The mile relay team lAl Vesser, David Bradley, Doug Traver, and Marsh Frerel set a new record at 4:04. Kenan Smith, Carlton lVlathes, Richie DeSelm, and Greg Preston all worked hard on their 440-relay team. Relay running events were not the only asset to Webb's work this year. Individual runners also shone in their events. In the 100-yard dash, eighth grader Dean Smith, in his first hundred-dash season, missed the record by three tenths of a second. He will be back next season! Richie DeSelm and Al Vesser both did well in the hurdles, as also did 800-man Hugh Slatery and milers Robert Roach, Ray Tucker, and Kevin Kile. Field events also shone with "Tiny" lVlarsh Frere, who was undefeated in the discus with a season best of 133' 0" lan eighth graderll and lost only once in the shot put lseason best 44' 10"l. Eighth grader John Schubert jumped in mid- seventeens at the broadjumping pit and set a record of 5' 4M" in the high jump. Blessed with few injuries, Coach Ken Brewster's Junior Spartans racked up a winning season by beating Farragut, Young, and Powell. Barely losing to Athens Jr. High, the Webb team set many new records in their final meet - and six of the 11 members of the team will be back for next year's meets! 110 sh' I I , . ,.,. 'Q Q ,' , 'ffl 3,."3.-'rf' T ' 'ti-15 V9 t IWW WEBB 'f 'S ...- N .Q I gr. ,mm I 2 ..f" ' " ' ' ----- LEFT PAGE: UPPER LEFT: "I can flyl I can flyl" UPPER RlGHT.' "Eyes to the ground, Doug. Now men, forvvardl and letis find that contact lensl" CENTER: JR. HIGH TRACK TEAM: Ist ROMA' KNEELING: Steve Barbour, Robert Roach, Doug Traver, Kenan Smith, Carlton Mathes, Kevin Kile, Bobo Townsend, Coach Brewster. STANDING: Greg Preston, Hugh Slatery, Somebodys kid brother - I don't know whol, David Bradley, John Kreis, Richie DeSelm, Tom Gross, Rick Deaderick, Marsh Frere, David Dickson, Ray Tucker, John Schubert, Bill Yarberry, Dean Smith. LOWER RIGHT: Coach Ken Brewster. RIGHT PAGE: UPPER LEFT: Richie DeSelm clears hurdle and heads for tape. UPPER RIGHT: Carlton Mathes rests until his turn to compete. CENTER LEFT: Bill Yarberry shows promise in discus. CENTER RIGHT: John Schubert uses "flop" to clear bar in high jump. LOWER: David Bradley clears bar easily with help from kicking leg. SWIMMING TEAM: 1st ROVW KNEELING: Steve VWlson, O. H. Yarberry, John Smith, David Wolf, Chip Oakley, Richie DeSelm, Eddie Kessel, Louis Crossley. 2nd ROVW Coach Sally Gordon, Sallie Calhoun, Deborah Scott, Jenny Tucker, Margaret Traver, Meg Cifers, Audrey Townsend, Jeannie Slayden, Ann Haslam, Bitsy Newman, Barbara Bellamy. 3rd ROVM Tim Mazur, James Kile, Bill Yarberry, Ed Sims, David Bradley. l W Swim Team Wins City Title Despite infrequent Practice This year's spirited swim team, 25 members strong, did very well in all meets. In the regular season dual meets the team was undefeated, with impressivefwins over Catholic, Central, and West. These victories gave Webb the undisputed Divisional Championship. ln the big All-City meet, Webb finish- ed first among the many excellent teams partici- pating. Although mainstay girl swimmer Jeannie Slay- den was missing, the girls did very well in their meet, with city records being set by Barbara Bellomy and lVleg Cifers. Stars Chip Oakley and David Wolf took several first places each. Webb scored 82 points in the Tennessee State High School Swim Championships held at the U.T. Aquatic Center. This was a record number of points scored by Webb in this meet. The season's excellence is shown beautifully by the tro- phies presented to the school. Although Captain Oak- ley graduates, many returning swimmers should field another fine team next year. 112 41 "-'assi' fucks.- ,TX THE GOLF TEAM: Marcus Simpson, David Simpson, Rick Oliver, Steve Bailey, and Charles Slatery. CENTER LEFT: Posture, men! CENTER RIGHT: Fine! LOWER LEFT: The club should be at a 450 angle from the ground ... LOWER CENTER: and should remain in the hand during the follow-through, Charles. Golf Team Slices Right Through Another Great Year 4, -.. .-4 1,4 , , . 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Highlights of the season were a shutout victory over Far- ragut, and three decisive wins over rival West. In their final win over the Rebels, the Spartans were led by Rick Oliver's even- par round of 36 over the difficult back nine at Fox Den Country Club. ln the final match of the season, Bailey, Oliver, and Slatery showed the type of play of which the team was capable by sharing medalist honors in a fourway match with Oak Ridge, Rockwood, and Kingston. With 1972 bringing the return of Evans, Lane, and Slatery, the team can perhaps look forward with optimism to a suc- cessful season. With the fine leadership of Captains Campbell and Glover, the coaching of Mrs. Barry Brindley, the chauffeuring of Miss Kay Higgins, and the outstanding playing ability of the other team members, the boys' tennis team had another very suc- cessful year. The team had victories over Oak Ridge, Bearden, West, McMinn County, and Maryville, but lost a very close match to Jefferson City, 5-4. The team not only ended with a 5-1 record, but finished second in the city and sent Sterchi Morton and Bill Chesney to the State Tournament. Many strong players graduate this year, but under the leadership of Sterchi Morton and other prospects, next year's team ought to i be able to meet the challenge. i The girls' tennis team, following upon the heels of a team I E which was No. 1 in the state last year, found their own season rather disappointing. Sporting wins over Jefferson City, i Powell, Bearden, Maryville, McMinn County during the season, they placed second in the District and Regionals, behind West, their only defeaters in the season. Jenny Glover did excep- tionally well in the City meet and went to the quarter-finals. Rebecca Garcia was the year's "highlight," sent to the finals in Nashville. All of the members except Captain Nancy Nixon and Mascot Kay Higgins are returning next year. The team all agree that there are some very good seventh and eighth grade prospects, leading to the prediction that the team ought to play well enough to win the District and Regionals next year. l Girls' Tennis Team Sends Rebecca to State Competition UPPER LEF 71' Jenny exhibits the Glaverian Style. CENTER LEFT: Nancy Nixon demon- strates the two-step at the service line. CENTER RIGHT: "Power," by Rebecca Garcia. LOWER RIGH7? MEMBERS OF THE GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM: STANDING: Rebecca Garcia, Margaret Traver, Kathy Greene, Jenny Glover, Q Edith Dunforai KNEELING: 6 Nancy Nixon, Captain. . 1 V - - -il ll A -,Li -4 .f. f- A I-lxi "-I - - H 'Q' X5 ' QW f J- XXXL x .ITV ' K. 'if C 'm .lf ,. -Y- Boys' Tennis Tea Tim' ,ee 1' 'J iv! G 'fr ,-v I I V , . ' K? 1 H AK ,4 1 I .Q P 1 m Takes Second Place in Regionals 7524 - -1 -f , , ,xt ,J UPPER LEFT: TENNIS TEAM: Michael Glover, captainf Bailey Sharp, Sterchi Morton, Bill Chesney, John Kreis, Doug Brindley, and Philip Campbell. 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LEFT PAGE: LOWER CENTER LEFT: Martha and Bobby entertain female ath- letes assembled at Webb for Play Day. ill: 45 I w l -'vmii-..... - .. .1 Boys Intramurals Grow Important in Webb School Life This year, although a great variety of sports was offered the girls, the intramural sports were the same - basketball, hockey, and volleyball. The Delphians were the over-all win- ners. Webb hosted this year's Play Day, where girls from various area schools played games under the leadership of lVlrs. Michael Gordon. There are many rough spots left in the gym program- for girls, most notably a lack of depth in several sports areas, but next year's athletic program promises to clear these out quickly. In its second year, the boys' intramural program at Webb again successfully provided competition for those not out for interscholastic sports. Upper School team captains for the year were David Barbour, Floss Bagwell, Louis Crossley, and David Stair, while Richie DeSeIm, Ward Hamilton, Rick Deaderick, Tim Tudor, and Bobo Townsend headed the Lower School teams. The year's program was climaxed in late Nlay by the iirst All-Sports Day, where an afternoon was devoted to stu- dent participation in several sports. All in all, the intramural programs proved once again successful. For the second year the Graf dining room, living room, breakfast room, and kitchen have been a shambles for nine months, as the Princeps staff gave birth to the record of Webb School 1970-71 from Adams to Zirkle. Though it was a hard year, full of headaches, misunderstandings, and tears, we did have our share of laughter, closeness, and occasional feeling of accomplishment. Not only do l owe thanks to certain dedi- cated members of my staff, but also to several people who gave of themselves without prior commitment or expectation of recognition - especially Sally Townsend and Ellen Wallace. l also wish to express my appreciation for lVlr. Snodgrass's consistent support and readiness to help us in every way possible. Finally, I am grateful to my mother, for being the most dependable staff member of the year, and my father, for living with us both. PHOTOGRAPHERS lVlr. Ron Warwick lVlr. Tom lVlinter lVlr. Ron Wempe Tim Byess Jeremy Graf lVlr. Frank Lee Jim Post Elizabeth McCowan ALSO Kevin Zirkle Carl Browder Philip Campbell Mark Brown Nlike Downing Dennis Coughlin lVlr. Phil Coop Mr. Ed Deeds Nlr. Hap Minhinnett lp. 931 Knoxville News-Sentinel lp. 93l Steve Barbour Gill Van Hasselt .-'ev The 1971 edition of Princeps was printed by the Delmar Printing Company of Charlotte, North Carolina, under the supervision of its Knoxville representative, Ron Wempe. 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Hardware Bearden Store 122 Forest Park Blvd , ,lggfi-Q 4' 1 .. -fi 1 i e.e Yf2ff2:L2w: ,g f 1 , 1 MANN MORTUARIES 414 Church Avenue . 6200 Kingston Pike andlor E. B. Undertakmg Company - Telephone 522-1129 Established 1884 TCICPIIOIIC 538 8578 Knoxvi1le,,Tennessee 122 Y K Open August thru April .- 5 ' ' if SW I-'Q' and N4 TJHIBI 0477 Kingston Pike at Western Plaza Take Lyons View Bus-get off Western Plaza Mornings 12 30 3:00 Sat. Afternoons 3:30-6:00 Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun. Evenings 8:00-10:30 Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun Beginner Lessons every Thursday 7:15 p.m. P. E. Skating Courses Fail Xa Winter Quarter Phone 588-1858 Mgr. and Pro. Robert Unger HAR KN ESS CORPORATION 101 Westwood Drive 588-5738 Compliments of C 81 S LAUNDRY CCMPANY CHRISTMAS LUMBER CO gg A Q GALLAHER- MURDOCK CONSTRUCTION COMPANY M E D I CA L A RTS D R U G CO. YS 601 W. Main St. "Howdy" QT I fl Q!! F L O W E R S CBg 6915 Kingston Pike J 53 Am . A x N .Y 591 u X SEQUOYAH HILLS ESSO 1180 Keowee SW ., .Li-'T -f A ' ' 'Mn A -Lf A .wx wg ,15,,1!,l "2 fi-3' 'TEE ' , 1. , ' - ' Uff-R wF:i'.f QW!!-.11'3f.' 1. 'Z , wi" -M1 ,-, - 11' . -'VH .Q W, Ig" m1w.g- 1 Y. 11-I-31-' M, N. ,V .Y H .4 T, ip. .W Q in . ., CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS , YOU HAVE FINALLY MADE IT! ROANE HOSIERY INC 125 F ASPHONS OF THE FOUR SEASONS WG! gbgfzf J of I , ,. V, K - . lfafillliffw UI IHF FOUR SEASONS 6504 Kingston Pike Telephone 588-3033 Knoxville, Tennessee, 37919 TANDY AND AMERICAN LEATHER CO. "Your local hiding place" Compliments of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS I INCORPORATED 401 GEORGIA ST., KNOXVILLE, TENN. 37901 R. K. CKEND HEIM PHONE 546-5611 COFFIN 126 Cpltf COM-TECH, INC. DtP 'g cf Tkll KERN'S BREAD LONG 'S DRUG STORE 4604 Kingston Pk Kn ll T Ph 588 0582 Pl 32.- Compliments of RALPH'S AUTO SERVICE CENTER 118 Northshore Dr. A. B. LONG CONSTRUCTION CO. B 368 H ' Tun. H- , H 1l3I"If1 9 '. A ?-'mem r if if-rr: ,LL .T.i.,'?!fE'.::.-'11 gf , -"1" - ' Q-LfT".n.-:i,l,1F,'ij,-J' ' ' ft' ' g ' ' ' I L f l -1 3 , , V , L - Q.. Compliments of RADIO WIVK AM-PM Music of America CLIFT C H S L E R Best Wishes from P 930 N. Broadway Knoxville, Tenn. Ph. 546-1370 WA BROWNLEE-KESTERSON Box 411 Knoxville, Tenn BEST WISHES GENERAL PARTS CORPORATIO NO. 7 EMORY PARK KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 37917 ONE OF THE SOUTH'S MOST PROGRESSIVE AUTOMOTIVE DISTRIBUTORS IN OUR 49th YEAR 130 Famous for Special and AC E F E N C E Salvage Purchases from All ' Over the United States! 3, 'ION TNl.M,A, KUVSQUAII-MALL!llNCf ma jg 7205 Kingston Pike If iff A y 5' U! Knoxvi1le,Tennessee ' s V Don't Gamble Use Our Easy Layby - No Charge! -f Use ACC J ia .-,f gigi' gfgfa' VE . yiffrf ST Compliments of yt: R 4 Q . 2 N I -, i F KNOXVILLE f -4 L " , f ,fy on GLOVE COMPANY it 's Ts Compliments 210 Forest Park Blvd. HAGAlvlAN's 76 of rf" ' Truck Haven Restaurant 1-- J-2 E:- D O N Interstate 40 At Mabry Hood Road El-Us Concord, Tennessee Open 24 Hours Daily .fynnz Compliments of Guitar - Bass - Banjo - Drum Lessons U E LIS 2830 Broadway, N.E. Knoxville, Tenn. 37919 Sales Sa Service Oak Ridge Studios 524-4954 131 COMPLIMENTS OF SCAN DLYN LUMBER CO. Route H2 lver Springs Highway CHILHOWEE HOTEL PHARMACY Chilhowee Medical Park ,,,, , N..-1-A Q7'W0Wf 132 an 'IhePark is for Main Shop Bearden Shop Fountain City Shop Gay 8a Church 6400 Baum Dr. 2916 Tazewell Pk. ' 523-3195 588-2012 688-4161 .Ln 'igaif Compliments of WEST HILLS CLEANERS 'IhePark National Bank SKYLINE TRANSPORTATION, INC. 131 Quincy Street Knoxville, Tennessee 133 BAKER POOL COMPANY INC. 8 6 Knoxville T nnessee 379 BANK OF KIVCJXVILLE MARKET AT CHURCH The Bank that gives you more 10078 Human Interest I O ff'-' .. lfjkfeiif 4' "-' K sg -V, 5' . ' ,. -5 . ,-'-. Q A? ,-- - 'fs' I "f" a ' -f 9 ' " -1 f . " 41f"fH-'tgfa if '94 ,- H ,if - if are ff 1 fl' fzffiisf I , -1 ' 1 . U 'A Azz' f 'T PE-Y..-4 f -" -' , T- 9, - '1t"" W E , . f ff? i sa - L ,. ' 'iii--P v -ff-:ple--X , ' -wc -ft,,..,.e4 -f.. .Mm4' 7 A10 ii! 0546-au. ,-, v,i,,7 - -.ggi 53 ff , 4 - v.. , ff if-w , pf-:fad b .350 A , , v-..r" 'I "'3"...,,-1. 3,,yZg... ,Ma A' .. -1--fwygffe. .1-af.-'if-1-."',.' V ef L 'Q4 45' Between Maryville and Knoxville On Highways 129 8a 73-1 Mile North of Airport 10 Minutes off Interstate 40 8a 75 VOLU NTEER DRYXNALL CO. Earl Sharp - Owner Beautiful Interiors Textured Ceilings Free Estimates Service - Quality Rt. 24 Ebenezer Rd. Phone 584-1971 VILLAGE GREEN and HUNTING HILLS WEST 3 Compliments of 1 52141ifffLgSt0n FRAN JENKINS 'Fe BOUTIQUE Egg y ixf 1 5412 Kingston P k REED'S FINE FOODS 1212K A 's J 2 RESTAURANT Compliments G Y tM g 1 of Knoxvil1e,T SMALLEY MAN U FACTU RING CO. 3 11 'Q 'I . 1 lr HANSOM HOUSE 1807 Cumberland Ave. Knoxville 73oKigf P'k M ROTI-IERY's Comer's- Alcoa Highway Drug 2809 Alcoa Highway Knoxville, Tenn. 37920 Compliments of JACK COMER DAVE COMER C READY-IVIIXED ONCRETE COMPANY 0 fig f K 'F V ff 'mfr e illi gf i i on . No Job Too Large Specification Concrete No Job Too Small For Any Type Job Phone 524-3331 For the Right Mix at the Right Time Wonderful World of Children JUNIOR BAZAAR Broadway Shopping Center Suburban Shopping Center 13 8 SPACES IAIY STOIES Compliments of SEQUOYAH HILLS DRUGS 1200 Kenesaw Ave. JACKIE'S FABRICS 8073 KINGSTON P HOLSTON PHARMACY Phone 524-7439 Holston Center Knoxville, Tenn. , A WALLACE AND WALLACE V11Fd1 B Bxld VALLEY P0 ' OAK RIDGE TURNPIKE OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE BURLESON CONSTRUCTION CO. Office Phone 9721 Kingston Pike 584-1501 Concord, Tenn. 37720 0, X, 0kLEs0 SA F ETY PA R K IN DOWNTOWN KNOXVILLE A New Team . . . of Risk Managers K S S C E I T O Park With Safety N lvl E R ON A SAFETY-PARK PARKING LOT S D H C Y I K 314 Church Ave' Bonds and Insurance USA 1'7- THE FILLY FARM Pure-Bred Arablan Horses Rt. 4951, Mourfield Rd. Concord Visitors Always Welcome HOYT N. PAYNE CO. M h' y 4105 D p tA 1 5 'izff' GILLESPIE'S CUSTOM FURNITURE SHOP 5612 Kingston Pike Phone 584-2162 b AMERICAN OIL COMPANY WTW Ag Q 5101Mddlb kPk T 1 ph 534 1543 Knoxvi11e,T 37921 42 jwqq N W -A263 xxx TI-IOMIPSGN FISHING TAGIILE COMPANY Incorporated MANUFACTURERS OF THE ORIGINAL, GENUINE DMZ-Wye FOR SURE FISHING SUCCESS USE "DOLL FLY" Telephone 525-9588 CArea Code 6155 P. O. Box 275 Knoxville, Tennessee 37901 143 MAGNOLIA AVENUE DRUG COMPANY 2834 Magnolia Avenue NE Knoxville, T ssee C mpliments of FLETCHER AND BAILEY, INC. J urnal Building Pl 546-7060 STANA GQEEINI PS l 144 5, i'x W Compliments of GLAD RAGS 14 5 Y ni' ll H 1 Q13 KNOXVI LLE TRUCK SALES THE EPICUREAN Imported and Domestic Foods Phone 483-1541 Oak Ridge, Tennessee Compliments of TUCKER'S RECORD SHOP 222 Market Street TERRACE VIEW MOTOR LODGE 6500 Kingston Pike Phone 588-3521 Member of Friendship Inns of America 146 FOR A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR THE FUTURE OBTAIN A GOOD EDUCATION FOR ALL OTHER SOLID FOUNDATIONS CALL CONCRE E SUPPLY COMPANY Oak Ridge, Tennessee 147 Compliments of NIAYO SEED CO. F OR ALL YOUR GARDEN AND YARD NEEDS L Compliments of PILOT GAS 148 -V -'14f--.-- Compliments of STOKES ELECTRIC COMPANY 1701 McCal1a Avenue HELLO! 4 , Q, ' 355' ' N sa' .9' f V' 31. x N 1 ,:""DE- A.'!.' . 4-and 'x R '1 1 . 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IAI1 XFX X 'oe- - fi X : 5193911299 The Personal Touchlin Every Banking Service MAIN OFFICE Gay Street at Clinch ALCOA HIGHWAY BRANCH 2929 Alcoa Highway BEARDEN BRANCH 4501 Kingston Pike, SW BURLINGTON BRANCH Magnolia Avenue at Kirkwood COMMERCIAL BRANCH' e612 Gay Street, SW FOUNTAIN CITY BRANCH 4900 Broadway, NE KINGSTON PIKE BRANCH 7923 Kingston Pike NORTH KNOXVILLE BRANCH Broadway at W. Sth NORWOOD BRANCH 5529 Clinton Highway OAK RIDGE HIGHWAY BRANCH at Solway SOUTH KNOXVILLE BRANCH Chapman Highway at Moody WEST HAVEN BRANCH 3931 Oak Ridge Highway WEST KNOXVILLE fUniversity Areaj 1830 W. Cumberland 153 ,N9 'N ' ' Y MD l a, ' av W is ' . 4,009 - 1 '71, i V x I N 1 Sh 8a B rmuda Bag d d 17th 546 3698 Cpl t f R. O. DEADERICK CCIVIPANY G56 U CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Zbffffw 155 ' Huw. 'Q NYQ eh N1- 'S 11, 6 '4 K 1 -1 ai--!'5!"2v 1. V 'C' -r d 'T' -rv. ..- 'xi 41w':-:L--- 'fr - 4 , -, 1 . I K .Y,f:,1- If I-.sip ,A ,I Q ,Ii .. 1. ' '4' .. 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Bagwell, Dee 30, 77 Bagwell, Ross 64, 152 Bailey, Steve 37, 41, 63, 64, 96, 97, 113, 157 Baker, David 83 Baker, Ross 89, 117, 156 Bankston, Janie 4,12,15,17, 24, 27, 28, 31, 36,64 145, 156 Bankus, Patty 86 Barbour, David 12, 15, 21, 24, 27, 28, 30, 31, 63,64, 1 33, 145 Barbour, Steve 19, 39, 86, 87, 110 Barnes, Stephanie 89, 156 Barton, Skip 80, 100 Beaman, Vicki 30, 34, 35, 36, 40, 77, 79 Bell, Betsy 89 Bell, Bush 89, 133 Bellomy, Barbara 22, 80, 112, 116 Benson, Greg 83 Blake, Randy 24, 33, 65, 107 Blake, Steve 86, 88 Bahnhnff, Mr. Harold 42, 53, 55 Bolinger, Bob 15, 24, 30, 33, 65, 144 Bolling, Stacy 86, 157 Bowlby, Gavin 40, 89 Braden, Gary 80, 105 Bradley, Becky 29, 30, 77, 157 Bradley, David 14, 83, 85, 99, 104, 110, 111, 1 12, 157 Bradley, Meg 89 Bradley, Melinda 83 Bradsher, Brooks 65, 117, 124, 129 Bradsher, Sherrill 30, 42, 77 Brailey, Charles 86 Brailey, Edward 83, 104 Branson, Denise 86, 87 Breeding, Russ 86, 104 Breeding, Tom 89 Brewster, Mr. A. Kennard 56, 58, 97, 110 Bright, Elaine 89 - Brindley, Doug 12, 15, 77, 97, 128,132 Brindley, Mrs. .L Barry 39, 53, 115 Broders, Jeff 86, 99 Browder, Carl 86 Browder, Joe 80, 97, 105, 156 Brown, Jim 16, 80, 82, 156 Brown, Kristy 15, 36, 77, 79 Brown, Mark 86 Brownlee, Robin 34, 86, 156 Brownlow, John 33, 77, 97, 116 Burchfield, Beth 89, 156 Burdette, Lyn 33, 80 Burdette, Marguerite 15, 21, 22, 28, 33, 35, 58, 63, 65, 74, 135, 145 Burnett, Nancy 28, 31, 40, 77, B3 Byess, Tim 17, 24, 26, 31, 33, 41, 65,117, 138,140, 156,157 C Calhoun, Jeanne 86 Calhoun, Sallie 17, 22, 33, 80, 112 Callaway, Alyson 89 Campbell, Philip 12, 24, 31, 32, 63, 66, 115 Carlson, Connie 13, 21, 24, 28, 30, 31, 32, 66,116, 123,145 Carlson, Jack 80, 97 Carpenter, David B3 Carr, Katherine 20, 80 Carter, Kent 83, 99 Carter, Philip 40, 77 Casenburg, Cyd 77 Castings, Gaorgeanne 83 Chapman, Mr. Jefferson 58, 142 Chernoff, David 42, 80 Chernoff, Susan 14, 22, 83, 157 Chesney, Bill 80, 115 Chritton, Ernest 6, 32, 33, 66, 156 Chritton, Kirby 14, 31, 83, 85, 99, 104, 134, 1 57 ' Ciiers, Meg 14, 15, 83, 85, 112,157 Clark, Leesa 86 Cloud Mr, Herman 62 Coker, Mr. Andrew i"Pete"l D. 62, 152 Cook, David 89 Coop, Mr. Philip G. 38, 41, 57 Coughlin, Dennis 89 1 Index Crenshaw, Barbara 9, 15, 36, 77 Crossley, Louis 30, 31, 32, 41, 65, 66, 112, 117, 124 Crossley, Trinka 34, 83, 84 Cuningham, Nancy 83, 122 D Dabbs, Debbie 80 Dabbs, Richard 77 Dalton, Morris 19, 89 Daniel, Jack 80, 97, 105, 108, 109 Daniels, Diantha16, 24, 41, 66, 145 Daniels, Ellen 22, 83 Daniels, Larry 86, 104 Davidson, David 86 Davis, Cindy 34, 83 Davis, Greg 89, 129 Davis, Mary Nell 31, 80 Davis, Philip 86 Deaderick, Jim 89 Deaderick, Rick 83, 110, 116 Dean, Nancy 89 Deeds, Amy 22, 32, 83, 155 Deeds, Eric 15, 25, 27, 40, 77, 97, 157 Dempster, Kathryn 80, 82 Denton, Chip 14, 42, 89, 157 DeSelm, Richie 83,104,110,111, 112 Dew, Ricky 29, 30, 77, 97, 145, 156 Dewender, Lori 89 Dick, Emily 83 Dickson, David 83, 99, 110 Diftler, Phoebe 80 Diftler, Stephanie 86 Dilworth, Amy 32, 89 Dilworth, Bob 17, 20, 33, 42, 80, 100,116 Dilworth, Kathy 17, 18, 86 Dilworth, Martha 20, 33, 42, 77, 116 Dilworth, Mrs. Robert H. 24, 52 Dinwiddie, Cissie 34, 83, 84 Dinwiddia, Harry 30, 63, 77, 97 Dore, Mark 19, 86, 87, 124, 156 Downing, Mrs. B. M. 50, 58 Downing, Kevin 80, 105 Downing, Mike 13, 21, 24, 25, 28, 33, 40, 58, 67, 156 Downing, Shannon 14, 27, B3 Dreyer, Gary 80 Duggan, Dane 80, 97 Duggan, Denise 89 Dukes, Jimmy 83, 122 Duncan, Philip 41, 86, 99,100, 142 Dunford, Edith 35, 80, 114 E Elliott, Mike 77, 97 Ellis, Rose 22, 80, 116 . Ellison, Bob 25, 37, 39, 40, 77, 145 Ernest, Fred 89, 129 Ernest, Hal 89, 129 Evans, Tom 77, 79, 96, 97 F Fish, Barbara 23, 77 Fisher, Mrs. A. J. 25, 54 Fisher, Tom 21, 78, 97, 101,105 Fletcher, Bob 19, B4 Fletcher, Nancy 7, 12, 24, 41, 67 Fowler, Arthur 67, 74, 100, 101, 102, 137, 145 Freeman, Ralph 84, 99 Frere, Marsh 86, 99, 104, 110, 135 Fribourg. Mrs. Henry 54, 55 Fulton, Barbara 80, B2 Furgurson, Teresa 78 Furr, Clyde 30, 53, 77, 78, 97 G Gallivan, Matt 89 Gallivan, Melissa 22, 24, 25, 28, 33, 40, 63, 67,141,145,156 Garcia, Marco 89, 129 Garcia, Rebecca 15, 28, 34. 35, 38, 80, 81,114,121,157 Gardner, Lisa 89 Gettys, Anne B9 Gettys, Susan 89 Gibbons, Ginny 14, 84, 85 Gibbons, Holly 84, 85 Glover, Jenny 84, 114, 115 Glover, Mike 12, 15, 17, 24, 40, 52, 63 67, 115,144, 145, 149 Goodwin, Andy 32, 78 Gordon, Gary 32, 78, 116 Gordon, Mrs. Michael E. 56, 112, 1 16 Graf, Jeremy 31, 81, 83, 135, 156 Grab Mrs. LeRoy P. 24, 52 Graf, Melissa, 15, 20, 21, 22, 24, 33, 40, 41, 68,116,118,156 158 Graunke, Kurt 89, 156 Greene, Cathy 84, 85 Greene, Geoff 78, 156 Greene, Jackie 84, 114 Greene, Jennifer 28, 84, 156 Greer, Betty 24, 30, 36, 63, 68, 117, 141, 145 Greer, John 19, 89 Greer, Russell 90 Grigsby, Eric 87, 104 Gross, Tom 19, 84, 110 H Hamilton, Mary 90, 156 Hamilton, Ward 14, 84, 85, 99, 116 Hansard, Mike 12, 23, 68 Hardin, Julia 17, 22,81 Harris, Mary 81, 82 Harris, Mickey 84 Harris, Robert 84 Harrison, Cindy 24, 25, 28, 30, 36, 63, 68,116.133, 145 Harrison, Jennie 86, 87 Harrison, Mark 84, 99, 122 Haslam, Ann 84, 112 Haslam, Bill 14, 90, 104, 157 Haslam, Jimmy 15, 33, 37, 41, 78, 79, 96, 97,100.101, 102,108 Hawk, John 87 Hawth orne, Mr. Walter VWlIiam 20, 59, 60 Helm, Will 90 Hemmester, John 17, 90 Hendrickson, Sallee 90, 91 Hicks, Ann 15, 80, 81 Higgins, Kay 30, 31 , 36, 68,139 Hill, Donna 86, 87, 88 Himmelstein, Stevan 24, 81 Hinton. Robin 31,69,100, 101, 103, 145 Hobbs, Mike 87 Hogan, Leslie 81 Hudson, Miss Genevieve 24, 40, 49, 50, 52 152 Hunt, Jennifer 86, 87 Hunter, Mrs. Andrew H. 53, B8 Hutchins, . Mrs. Ted 23, 54, 55 Hutchinson, David 81, 97 I Ingram, Lee 78, 108 Inklebarger, Tom 13, 23, 33, 69, 100, 101, 117,145 J Jensen, Christine 87 Johnson, Mrs. Kenneth D. 28, 51 Johnston, Steve 77, 78 Jones, Gary 90, 129 K Kaplan, Allan 90 Keener, Lynne 23, 81, 154 Kern, George 15, 30, 33, 78, 79, 97, 108 Kerr, Carole 90 Kerr, Frank 84 Kessel, Eddie 28, 30, 69, 112, 117, 124, 155 Kile, Jimmy 30, 69, 107, 108, 112,145 Kile, Kevin 90,110 King, Mrs. Fl. H. 51 Klein, Marcia 30, 69 Kreis, John 84, 99, 104, 110, 115 L LaChine, Barbie 87, 155 Lane, Andy 81 Lane, Mike 87 Langley, Monica 90, 156 Larisey, Sharon 84 Lay, Edwin 40, 78, 116 Lay, Patti Jane 6, 23, 28, 34, 35, 80, 81 Leach, Molly 9, 34, 35, 81 Lee, Mrs. Baxter 57 Lee, Charla 90 Lee, Frank 84, 94 Lee, Mr. Frank E. 25, 53 Lee, Sharon 4, 20, 40, 42, 70 Liles, David 90 Lincoln, A. 81 Lobetti, Joey 20, 27, 28, 32, 42, 70, 145 London, Jerry 81 Long, Loucinda 21 , 22, 24, 28, 30, 31, 42, 70, 133, 145 Lathrop, Mr. Douglas B., Jr. 48 Lathrop, Mrs. Douglas B., Jr. 58 Love, Melodie 86, 87 Lowery, Bill 101,105 Lynch, Penny 26, 34. 87, 116, 154 M McClain, Mr. .lim H. 56, 57, 97, 98 McCowen, Elizabeth 22, 32, 33, 78 McCoy, Mac 87, 88 McCoy, Melissa 90 McCrory, Jefi 13, 15, 17, 26, 27, 31, 32, 70, 117 Mcllmine, Gwen 84 McMillan, Dwight 90 McMillan, Susan 14, 19, 84 McMurry, Ben 15, 37, 78, 79, 82, 108, 145 McMurry, Chris 90 McNeeIey, Bill 84 Mackay, Chris 24, 29, 70 Mackay, Greg 23, 29 , 78 Mackay, Mr. John R. 37, 42, 43, 48, 58, 89, 157 Mackebee, Bill 7, 15, 71,76,101, 103, Madden, Steve 78 Makinodan, Ann 86, 24, 30, 33, 41 , 42, 63, 106, 145 ' 87, 88 Salley, Tom 88 Manning, George 81 Manning, Sammy 81, 97, 105 Merable, Patsy 28, 30, 35, 78, 83 Markelonis, Mrs. James 51 Marsh, Freddie 90 Marsh, Terry 23, 31, 81, 82, 83 Massey, Debbie 36, 78 Massey, Randy 87 Methes, Carlton 87. 99, 104, 111, 138 Mathews, Beth 90 Mayo, Lisa 81,116 Mazur, Tim 20, 42, 81, 112 Melloy, Michelle 84 Miller, Mike 87, 104 Miller, Mona 33, 42, 71, 145 Milner, Mike 15, 28, 31, 36, 37, 71, 83, 97 Minor, Steve 18, 22, 84, 141 Mintar, Mr. Thomas A. 37, 48 Mirts, Leslie 90 Mirts, Lynn 17. 25, 27, 33, 34, 35, 63, 71, 126,135,141,145 Mitchell, Bill 14, 87,122 Mize, David 87 Mize, Ellen 90 Montgomery, Jan 78 Montgomery, Lee 90, 104 Montgomery, Nancy 84 Montie, Denise 87 Morris, Robert 87, 99, 156 Morris, Terry 20, 23, 26, 31, 32, 42, 81, 157 Morton, Sterchi 79, 97, 100, 115, 156, 157 Myers, Melanie 23, 81 N Neblett, Chip 71, 100,101, 102,103 Neblett, Mackie 81, 105 Neely, Jack 90 Newlon, Jay 84, 116 Newman, Bitsy 81, 82, 112, 150 Newman, Hopie 9, 15, 24, 34, 35, 41, 72, 156 Nixon, Nancy 20, 24, 36, 42, 63, 72, 74, 1 14, 1 41 , 145 Norton, Mrs. Thomas 57 Noxon, Barbara 84 Noxon, George 81 O Oakley, Chip 6, 30, 36, 37, 72, 97, 106, 109, 110, 112 Obenour, Patti 14, 43, 87 O'Fallon, Jim 18, 90, 129 O'Kelley, Kevin 18, 84 Oliver, Rick 40, 72, 113, 145 Osborne, Laurie 22, 84, 155 Overall, Luceanne 20, 42, 79 Overall, Scott 18, 19, 84 P Paddon, The Reverend Richard IM 42, 50, 12 Patterson, Sabrina 90 Patterson, Sam 6, 18, 87, 99, 104, 138 Peagler, Lucy 86, 87 Peegler, Susan 91 Pearson, Terri 79 Perry, Jon 7, 84 Peters, Cindy 84 Petrone, Steve 17, 81, 97 Pike, Becky 29, 79 Pitts, Tim 84 Post, Jim 79 Powell, Judy 22, 24, 33, 79 Powell, Lisa 91 Powell, Terry 104, 105 Prater, Mr. Larry 53, 56, 99, 104, 105 Preston, Greg 84, 110 Preston, Mark 91 Preston, Nancy 31 , 34, 83, 85 8,150 Pritchard, Mrs. Paul C. 40, 52 Pryse, Libby 79 V Pryse, Rissa 85 R Rader, Anne 23, 24, 79, 116 Rader, Linda 87 Fiadovich, David 87, 88, 104, 157 Radovich, Marcia 23, 29, 81 Ragsdale, Dennis 14, 20, 85, 99, 104, 157 Raley, Randy 81 Ratledge, Jeff 91 Ratledge, John 85 Rayson, Scott 85, 99 Reagan, Anthony 91 Reagan, Dennis 18, 88, 150 Read, Philip 72,1'l7,131,145 Reeder, Linda 30, 32, 42, 83, 72, 73, 119, 145 Rice, Chester 6, 17, 80, 81, 156 Richardson, Celeste 4, 81 Ridenour, Selly 17, 24, 28, 30, 73, 124, 145 Ripley, Jim 39, 88, 99 Roach, Robert 91, 110 Roberts, Mrs. John 50 Thornton, Richard 85 Tidwell, Mn Kelron G. 20, 24, 45, 57, 138 Totten, Mrs. Annetha 61 Townsend, Audrey 34, 85, 112 Townsend, Bobo 14, 85, 104, 110, 157 Townsend, Sally 15, 21, 22, 33, 77, 78 Traver, Doug 19, 91,110 Traver, Margaret 23, 82, 112, 114 Trent, Mrs. Tom L. 51 Tucker, Jennie 86, 112 Tucker, Lou 20, 42, 82 Tucker, Ray 87, 88, 99. 104. 110 Tudor, Mrs. C R 50 Tudor, Tim 85 U Umbarger, Mrs. James P. 56, 60 V Van Haselt, Gillian 24, 30, 38, 39, 41, 42, 75, 145 Vann, Robert 91 Vaughan, Kathy 91 Vesser, Alan 85, 99, 104 Robinson, Elizabeth 40, 87, 88 Robinson, Jack 91 Robinson, Melissa 81, 82 Robinson, Richard 91 Robinson, Ronda 82 Rogers, Mrs. Charlene 61 Rothery, Greg 82 Rose, David 12, 30, 73, 108 S Sample, John 85 Sample, Wade 89, 91, 104 Saulpaw, Sara 6, 20, 23, 28, 31, 42, 63, 73, 83, 156, 157 Scancllyn, Sam 73 Schriver, Elise 88 Schubert, John 88, 110, 111 Schwarzenberg, Celia 19, 33, 41, 85 Schwarzenbarg, Jane 24, 27, 33, 79 Scott, Barbara 24, 25, 33, 41, 74 Scott, Deborah 82, 112 Sexton, Sally 85 Sexton, Vicky 91 Shacklett, Ellis 15, 30, 53, 78, 79, 97 Sharp, Bailey 82, 115 Sharp, Elizabeth 91 Shellabarger, Ruth 88 Shields, Beth 91 Siegel, Mark 82 Sienknecht, Meg 85 Siler, Mrs. Tom 59 Simpson, David 79, 113, 156 V Simpson, Marcus 74, 113, 145 Sims, Ed 15, 80, 81, 82,105,112 W Wall, Scott 91 Wallace, Bruce 19, 91, 129 Wallace, Ellen 22, 33, 40, 79,116 Wallace, George 91, 104, 129 Wallace, Jody 28, 30, 79 Wallace, Nancy 7, 42, 82 Wallace, Scott 88,99 Weller, Buzz 24, 28, 30, 31, 42, 63, 69, 75, 124 Slatery, Charles 31, 37, 79, 83, 96, 97, 105, 113 Slatery, Hugh 31, 83, 85, 97, 104, 110, 124, 156 Slayden, Jeannie 34, 85, 112 Smith, Clark 82, 116 Smith, Clay 77, 79, 124 ' Smith, Dean 9, 14, 88, 99, 104, 156, 157 Smith, Mrs. Hilton 54, 55, 98 Smith, John 82, 112, 150 Smith, Kenan 91,110,129 Smith, Mark 24, 82 Smith, Marty 18, 85 Smith, Sally 79 Snelgrove, Teri 91 Snodgrass, Mr. James L. 42, 48, 58, 128, 157 Spiva, Howard 88 Stair, Daryl 34, 79 Stair, David 13, 30, 31, 63, 74, 145 Stair, Janie 7, 82 Steele, Luanne 86, 88 Stevens, Rhonda 30, 36, 74, 116 Stokes, Tom 88 T Tadler, Mr. VWlliam .L 7, 24, 26, 28, 52, 138, 1 56, 1 57 Taft, Charisse 20, 42, 82 Taft, Lynette 86, 88 Tarvin, Mr. Don L. 56, 100, 101, 103, 105 Tarvin, Terri 34, 37, 88 Tarwater, Polky 42, 79 Tate, Tom 88, 104 Tauxe, Vicki 17, 24, 31, 32, 39, 74,157 Taylor, Mrs. Sally 61 Temple, John 29, 75, 96, 97 Testerman, Hanley 7, 88, 140 Thigpen, Jan 9, 40, 75 Thompson, Janice 15, 80, 81, 82 159 Waller, Nancy 20, 82 Wallis, Kathy 86, 88 Walls, Andy 18, 85 Walls, Ed 20, 28, 42, 82 Wells, Sarah 13, 23, 24, 26, 28, 32, 40, 41, 42, 43, 75, 76,116,123,145 Walter, Becky 91 Walter, Hank 36, 37, 63, 76, 93, 96, 97, 100,'l01,102,103,106,108,109 Walter, Mark 79 Walter, Martin 80, 82, 97, 105 Walter, Michaela 82 Walton, Sue 85 Waterman, Mrs. Benson 59, 60 Waterman, Tallie 15, 31 , 33, 82, 116, 133 Waters, Amy 91 Waters, James 76, 100 Watson, Sam 79, 107, 108 Webb, Mr. Robert 27, 29, 38, 42. 48, 50. 112 Webb, Susie 24, 28, 30, 33, 34, 35, 38, 41, 63, 76, 124,145 Webber, Mr. James 0. 29, 55, 98 Wedekind, David 17, 82 Wedekind, James 91, 97 Weeks, Ernest 82, 97 Wells, Mrs. Nellie 61 Wheeler, Barbara 20, 42, 77, 145 Whitaker, Mrs. Betty 61 Wiggall, Jennifer 85 Williams, lfor 91,133 lrwlson, Mrs. Iva 61 Wilson, Madge 85 Wilson, Pam 85 Wilson, Stephen 82, 112 Wolf, David 82, 112, 140, 156 Woodruff, Mark 31, 32, 42, 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