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Wrenn Memorial Lit 
High Point College 
High Point. Nortn Carolina 



DIRECTIONS 




ZENITH — 1970 



A Student Publication 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

High Point, North Carolina 

Volume XLI V 

David B. Bishop, Editor-in-Chief 



CONTENTS 



ACADEMICS 



Pages S 2- 6 J 




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SOCIAL 

Pages 62-109 













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ATHLETICS 



ftyw 110-133 



RELIGION 




CLASSES 

Pages 162-229 





PLEASURE 

Pages 142-161 




ADVERTISING 

Pages 230-263 



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A PHOTO ESSAY OF 1969-1970 



PLANNING 




Something new. 




'£ SIUULN I UNION SANS.., 

'LCOMt NEW STUDtWS^ 




A warm first impression. 




And the lines begin. 



WORKING 



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Left: Book prices went up again. 




Frosh. learn to write under Dr. Sam. 




First grades found many failures. 



THOUGHTS 




Memories of home linger. 




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Cross Country provides energetic exercise. 




And a few study. 



STUDY 



Pat Gibson does some last minute c 



ramming. 





Left: Term papers had to be 
written. 




Those dreadful Biology labs. 



FUN 




Intramural football relieves oppressed emotions. 



A coffee house featuring Rings & Things. 



Betty Sue Hodock and her ferocious footballers. 




One tall Bud please! 



One draft, and a hot dog please? 




Ken Ruhl and Barabra Earle enjoy a bookstore snack. 



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A letter from home brings memories. 



Delta Sigs plan strategy against Theta Chi's. 



ENTERTAINMENT 




Fall Weekend Concert bv N. Y.R. & R.F. 



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7:30 



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77ie Student Union's attempts to provide cam- 
pus entertainment were enjoyed by some on 
campus. 





A psychedelic light show 



Tom Watson of High Point Youth Unlimited 
speaks at an opening assembly. 



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HAPPENINGS 



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.-1«J r/;c bookstore ran out of beanies again! 



Freshman elections for class officers were as close as ex- 1 1 

pected. 



HOPES 




Flags symbolize fratemalism. 



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Sorority spirit ran high. 




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Open houses promoted bids. 



CONGRATULATIONS 




Finally a Sister or Brother! 




Initiation rituals. 




Pledge Paddle 



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PEACE MORATORIUM 




H.P.C. s first organized peace movement. 




Green armbands and anti-war literature were distributed to participa- 
ting students. 




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Dr. Cole speaks in the sparsely attended assembly. 



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FOOD FOR A DAY 




Breakfast: 10:00 A.M. at the bookstore. 





Dinner: McDonald's for the poor. 



Lunch: 12:00 rush in the cafeteria. 




Dinner: Lmn's for the rich. 




Late evening: a night cap at Carl's. 



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BASKETBALL 



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Early practice makes perfect 




Panthers open the season victoriously for new assistant coach. Bill Davis. 




The long season begins. 



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EXAMS 




A Utile stitdv . . . 




brings a lot of low grades. 



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2nd SEMESTER START ALL OVER AGAIN 




Tests . . . 



More grades. 



ACTIVITIES 




Homecoming Queen Susan Hastings, accepts her rewards. 




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Lambda Clii's satirical display brought out a good 
point. 




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And there was no peace for the Mountaineers! 




The center of all Homecoming activity. 



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SCENERY 




Robert 's Hall stands tall and dignified. 




Bloomless flowers lie in waiting for summer rain and Carolina 
sunshine. 




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A well traveled Millis Hall path to the gym 



ACTIONS 




Spring, Sunshine and Step-Sitters all go together. 




/I bunted out dumpster sheds its paint. 




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77?e /wf/se f/wr refreshes! 



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UNREST 





Patlon puts off. 



Ditzler calls for action. 





They were worried. 



Students unite. 




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And the T. V. cameras rolled. 



STUDENT FACULTY GAME 




Brockwell takes a rest. 




Mullinix prays for a basket. 





Dai-is fights! 



Vaughn misses again. 



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RELAXATION 




Happiness. 



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SPRING SPORTS 



Balls, bats, and beer. 



Tennis anyone? 







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Netters pound thai poor little ball. 






Lambda Chi s at practice. 



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TRANSPORTATION 




Cycles 






Racing cars 




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Busses 





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FUN, 




SPRING FEVER 




Picnics at City Lake. 




The weekly ear wash. 




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Packing for beach trips. 




Playing ball at Millis Memorial 



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Warm weather and 



women. 




A view of the campus from Millis Hall. 






Sun, grass, and no studying. 



B-ball on the hard court. 




Park on College Drive. 





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P.J.R. takes a big whiff at the warm air. 



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ACADEMIC WORK 




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Science labs. 




Never ending seminar papers. 




Those wonderful lecture classes. 




and unforgettable grades . . ..' 



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FINALLY 




Graduation - At Last' 



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Expansion of each academic department during 
this year, lias helped to improve the curriculums 
offered at ll.I'.C. Independent study programs were 
offered in each of our departments, for the first time 
in [969 70. 

A new administration policy on class attendance 
was passed which allowed each department the right 
to pass its own requirements on cuts. 

More liberal rules on the dress of students on 
campus was a victory for the student body. This was 
an experiment, which helped the students receive 
more freedom. 

Cooke Hall was opened to the English Depart- 
ment, allowing more courses to be taught and even in 
air-conditioned comfort. 





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TRUSTEES PROVIDE LEADERSHIP 



A total of twenty-five members make up the 
Board of Trustees al High Point College. Under the 

chairmanship ol" Mr. Holt McPhereson, the board 
meets periodically during each semester to deter- 
mine the official policies of the college. Assisting 
Mr. MclMiereson are Mr. Horace I lay worth, vice- 
chairman: Mr. Charles Hay worth. Treasurer; and 
Dr. Wendell Patton, Secretary. 

Dr. Patton. one of the best known educators in 
Nortli Carolina, received his education at Wofford 
College. University of Georgia, Purdue University, 
and Colgate University. 

President Patton is currently working hard on 
the Golden Decade program which is scheduled for 
completetion in 1974. Besides being President of 
the college Dr. Patton finds time to enjoy moments 
with his family in their lovely home on West Col- 
lege Drive. 




Trustees discuss current affairs at the fall meeting with the student 
body. 




Chairman of the Board. Mr. Holt Mcl'licrson. engages in a conversation with Senior Bob Williams. 



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DR. PATTON IS A BUSY MAN 







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ACADEMIC AFFAIRS - 



Academic affairs are under 
the direction of Dr. David W. 
Cole. Dean of the College, and 
Dr. E. Roy Epperson. Assis- 
tant Dean of the College. Reg- 
istration, degree requirements, 
admissions, and financial aid 
are some of the aspects of 
I IPC under the heading of aca- 
demic affairs. The decision to 
suspend with the evening 
school next year came from 
this department. 





Dr. Harold Conrad. 

Dean of Academic 

Planning. 



Dr. David W. Cole, Dean of the College. 




Mr. David H. Holt, 
Registrar 



Mr. Robert Wells, 

Director of Financial 

Aid. 




Mr. Benjamin Brockwell, Director of Admissions. 



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STUDENT AFFAIRS 



Mrs. Nanci Mot singer. 
Dean of Women. 





With Dean Phillips at its 
head. Student Affairs is in 
charge of health, housing, so- 
cial affairs, security, senior 
placement services and disci- 
pline. Although sometimes 
only thought of as having dis- 
ciplinary duties, the members 
of Student Affairs also worked 
closely with students in plan- 
ning the new student snack 
bar and interdorm visitation. 



Dr. Louis B. Pope, 
Director of Guidance. 



Mr. Robert /•/. Phillips. Dean of Students. 




Dr. Fortney. Campus Physician. 



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PUBLIC AFFAIRS 



Co-ordinating the various operations in college re- 
lations is Mr. Lavvson Allen. Director of Public Af- 
fairs. Headquarters for the Public Relations activities 
is located on Montlieu Avenue, about one block west 
of the campus. Mr. Allen's main task is to oversee all 
fund-raising, gifts to the college and the news bureau. 

Mr. Lane Kerr. Director oi' the News Bureau is 
assisted by Miss Ingram in putting out many college 
news releases. Executive Secretary of Alumni Affairs. 
Mrs. Beverly McCabe. helps to improve the Golden 
Decade program through increased alumni partici- 
pation. 




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Mrs. Beverly D. McCabe, Executive 
Secretary of the Alumni Association. 





Mr. Lane Kerr, Director of Information Services. 




Mr. Lawson Allen, Vice-President for Public Affairs. 



Miss Louise Adams, Assistant to the Vice-President for Public 
Affairs. 



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Mr. Weslev IV. Gaynor, Bursar 




Mr. Frank Caulfield, Food Sen-ice Manager 




Mr. Earle G. Dalbey, Vice-President in Charge of Busi- 
ness and Financial Affairs 



BUSINESS AFFAIRS 



As head of the Business AITuirs at UPC Mr. Earle 
Dalbey is responsible for all spending by the college. His 
office is in charge of federal aid programs, insurance, 
investment programs, and plant and grounds main- 
tenance. It is well-known on campus that Mr. Dalbey is 
the one to see if you want something done. 

In the maintenance department Mr. Thompson and 
his staff work to keep HPC in good condition. They 
were aided this year by the space they obtained with the 
addition to the maintenance building. 




Mr. Jack Thompson. Superintendent of Buildings and 
Grounds 



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Mrs. BUI Green 

Secretary to Student 

Personnel 



STAFF 




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Mrs. Charlotte White 
Audio- 1 'isual Director 





Mrs. Ruth Simmons 
Secretan' to Dr. Cole 




Mrs. Annis Parks. Mimeograph Room 



Mrs. Theda Cecil, Secretan' to the Education Depart- 
ment. 



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Mr. "Slim" Azekil, Fireman 



Mrs. Phyllis Osborne. Mr. Herman Coble, Jr.. and Mrs. Clara Davis. 
Bookstore Personnel; Mrs. Susan B. Webb, Manager 








Miss Mareclla Carter 
Librarian 



Mrs. Adeline Hamilton 
Librarian 



Mrs. Adelaide M. Se/mell 
Librarian 



Mr. Clarence Stahev, Janitor. 



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Founded in 1948, the American 
Humanics Foundation is a non-profit 
organization which serves to prepare 
youth lor professional leadership in 
youth agencies. This foundation has 
supported the Humanics Department 
at High Point College since it was 
started here in 1965: however, the 
college is undergoing a gradual shift 
to total support of the department. 
Forty-eight majors in 1970 prepared 
for positions with the Boy Scouts of 
America. 4-H Clubs, YMCA. YVVCA, 
and Probation Agencies. Majors 
found a deep sense of self-realization 
and achievement through the satis- 
faction of seeing the young people 
grow in character through their ef- 
forts. 




Mr. L. E. Moody. M.A. 
Department Head 



HUMANICS AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS 



During the fall, sophomore 
honors students studied drama in 
informal discussion sessions held at 
Dr. Conrad's home. These students 
enrolled in the course upon invi- 
tation extended to them as a re- 
sult of their attainment of a 2.0 
grade point average or better. In 
the spring the topic of study var- 
ied as did the discussion leaders. 
Members met with different pro- 
fessors who were able to lead spe- 
cial discussions in their fields to 
provide interesting work for the 
semester. 

In the New Horizons Program a 
course in Philosophy and Culture 
was taught by Dr. Weatherly. This 
course enabled students to follow 
individual study on something of 
interest to them in the general phil- 
osophical areas of culture, society, 
science, art and religion. A course 
in Afro-American History was con- 
ducted by Dr. Gratiot during this 
mini-semester program. Eleven stu- 
dents participated in reading and 
independent study. Understanding 
of Black American's present prob- 
lems as influenced by the past was 
emphasized. 




Dr. Conrad and Professor Pritchett lead the discussion in the Sophomore Honors 
class. 




Steve Homberger and Rich Boyd prepare some work for their mini-mester Black 
History course. 



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Mr. Clyde Lowe. M.B.A. 



A/r. Joseph Robinson. M.S. Mrs. Gwendolyn Watson. M.Ed. 




BUSINESS 



Semester break brought another trip to New York for ten 
students in the Business Department who attended the Securities 
Market study. Instruction began Oetober 15, and ended with the 
trip. A new course, under the direction of Mr. James Nelson, was 
initiated during the semester break. The Cooperative Work study 
Program was limited to an enrollment of ten students, who 
worked for various companies related to their particular field of 
study. At the end of their employment period, they were given an 
evaluation of their work by employers. 



Mr. Wilson Rogers. M.B.A. 




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Bowed heads denote lite concentration required for business courses. 



Mr James L. Nelson, M.S. 

Department Head 



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Dr. William R. Locke. Ph.D. 
Department Head 



/)/ Karl Crow. I'll. I). 



Mn Dorothv Havs. MR. lid. Rev. Roland Mullintx. B.D. 



RELIGION 



Increasing the number of majors offered by the 
Religion Department, a major in Philosophy was add- 
ed to the majors in Religion and Christian Education. 
Headed by Dr. Owen Weatherly, the new Philosophy 
Department provided its students with opportunities 
to hear lectures by such contemporary philosophers 
as Dr. Brand Blanchard. 

Two new seminars were offered for seniors in 
1969, one in philosophy, directed by Dr. Weatherly. 
and one in Christian Education, directed by Mrs. 
Hays. Also, in the New Horizons program two ex- 
ceptional courses. Theology and Symbol, and Phil- 
osophy and Culture, were offered by the expanding 
department. 





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Dr. Owen Weatherly. Ph.D. 




Dr. Locke points out a basic religious teaching to Steve Gregory. 



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Chem lab on Friday afternoon until 4. 00 o'clock is a great way to start of] the weekend right. 




Mr. Thomas Conallv. B.S. 



Dr. E. Roy Epperson. Ph.D. 
Department Head 




PHYSICAL 
SCIENCE 



Striving to improve the 
quality of instruction, the 
Physical Science Department 
has added a new course. Cur- 
rent Chemical Topics, a two- 
hour course taught in the 
manner ol a seminar. Direc- 
ted by Dr. Epperson, the de- 
partment held an individual 
research program during the 
semester break, which in- 
cluded presentations by in- 
vited chemists. 




Mr. Charles Fornex . M.S. 



Sciences and Haworth Hall go together. 



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Miss Betty Jo Clary, M.Ed. Mr Charlie Futretl, M.Ed. 

Department Head 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




Mr Robert Davidson. Mid. 



With the selection of a new department head. Miss 
Betty Jo Clary, and the hiring of a new instructor, 
Mr. Charles Futrell, a new year in the Physical [iduca- 
tion Department began. Under Miss Clary's leader- 
ship, a new course in kinesiology, was offered during 
the New Horizons semester. Kinesiology, the study of 
the muscles of the body and an analysis of human 
motion, was also added to the regular requirements 
for physical education majors. 





Mr. Charles Hartman. A.M. 




The Powder Puff football game brings physical activity to some H.P.C. 
co-eds. 



Mr. Robert Vaughn. M.A. 



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Wiley Garret l Converses "en espaitol" with Sr. Villegas. 




FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

Willi the addition of Mrs. Kayser to the faculty, 
this department has been able to add a new course to 
its curriculum. Latin American History will be ot- 
tered jointly with the History Department. Mrs. Kay- 
ser. an authority on Latin American civilization and 
culture, will teach the course. 

Dr. LeVey. the Department Head, retired from 
High Point College at the end of the year. 



Mrs. Poliv Kayser. M.Kd. 



Dr. Arthur E. LeVey, Ph.D. 
Department Head 




Mr. Thomas Scott. A.M. 



Mr Jaime Villegas. M A. 



Mr Nathaniel Yargorough. A.M. 



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HISTORY 



One of the objectives of the His- 
tory Department is to aid students in 
developing understanding and appre- 
ciation of the past in relation to the 
present world. Under the leadership 
of Dr. A. Paul Gratiot, department 
head, a course was offered during the 
minimester in Afro-American History, 
as a part of the cultural enrichment of 
this department. 




Nate Cagle explains. "Thar must have been the clay I overslept Dr. Gratiot. 




Dr. A. Paul Gratiot. Ph. D. 
Department Head 



Or Harold Conrad. Ph.D. 



Dr. Stuart Deskins. Ph.D. 



Dr. David Holt. M.E. 








Mr Arthur Kirkman, M S Mr. James Pritchett. M.A. 

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1// . lames Still. M \ 



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Mrs. Lucy Washington, M.A. 




MATHEMATICS 



Revising the math curriculum has 
been a major job for Dr. Mynck. head 
of the Mathematics Department. The 
revision is an attempt to modernize 
the department and to improve the 
quality of the major. With eight en- 
tirely new courses the resulting cur- 
riculum parallels closely the rec- 
ommendations of the Mathematics 
Association of America. 



Mr. Manvon Idol. M.S. 



Dr. ,1/im G. Myrick. PhD 
Department Head 




Tests, homework, and textbooks adorn the office of Dr. Aim, Myrick 



Wrenn ^mortal Llbtao 

High Point College 

High Point, North Carolina 



FINE ARTS 







Mr. William Highbaugh. MA. 



Mrs. Pat May. MM 




Linda Truex sneaks in a few minutes of practice before class. 




Dr Lew J. Lewis. 1 d D. 

Do pa rime n l Head 



MiSS Carolyn Honisbv. 



Mr. Raiford Porter, Ml'. A. tf« Carolyn Ranch. MA. 



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Dr. Charles Maun Is. I'll. I). 



Mrs Virginia Rhoades, M.A. 



Dr. Sam Underwood, I'h.D. 
Department Head 




ENGLISH 



For the first time the English Department of- 
fered courses in history of the language and also in 
linguistics, which is unusual for a school with the 
enrollment of HPC. The department boasts quality 
teaching on all levels. The staff has attended pro- 
fessional meetings such as those of the Southern 
Association of Modern Language and the Columbia 
Scholastic Press Association. 



Mrs. Shirley Raw-lev . A.M. 



Mrs Elaine Sialter. M.A. 





Mrs. Emily Sullivan, M.A. 



Books. . . the backbone of learning! 



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/)/ William Matthews. Ph.D. 

Division Head 

Psychologj 




DIVISION OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 



Combining the former depart- 
ments of Sociology and Educa- 
tion and Psychology, the Divi- 
sion of Behavioral Sciences and 
Education is under the leadership 
of Dr. Matthews, the division 
head. Dr. Thacker is the head of 
Teacher Education. The combi- 
nation of these departments has 
created a good opportunity for 
interdiscipline courses. A com- 
mittee has been appointed to 
study the possibilities of offering 
such a course next year. 




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Mr EstonJ Asher, MA. 
I'si choloin 



Mr Herman Coble. A M. 
Psychology 

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Mr William Cope. M.S. 
Sociology 



Dr. I.. M. Hays. Ph.D. 
Sociology 




Dr. Fred Hill. Iid.D. 
Education 



Mrs. Nancy She/ton. Mid 
Education 



Dr. Allen Thacker. Ph.D. 

Education 



AND EDUCATION 




Dr. Dennis H. Cooke. Ph.D. 
Education 



Miss Ruth Worthington, Ld.S. 
Education 




Tlie orientation picnic provides an excellent opportunity for advisor and advisee to become ac- 
quainted. 



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Diligent freshmen labored away long hours of misery in Biolog}- lab. 



BIOLOGY 



With the addition of a new faculty member. Mr. Fred 
Yeats, who specializes in the morphology and systematics of 
plants, and will receive his doctorate upon completion of his 
dissertation, the Biology Department had a good year. Ten 
new binocularscopes and five new dissecting scopes helped the 
students, especially in embryology and botany. 

While attending a conference at Montreat. N.C., with rep- 
resentatives from most colleges in western North Carolina. Dr. 
Weeks and Mr. Brown got some ideas lor teaching the fresh- 
man course. However, not much change was made since our 
course seemed as relevant as most. 




Mr. Fred T. Yeats, M.S. 




Dr. Leo Weeks. Ph.D. 
Department Head 



Mr. Pal I. Brown. M.S. 



Mrs. William Locke. B.S. 



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SCHOLASTIC HONOR SOCIETY 




Miss Marcella Carter 

President 

Mr. Earle Dalbey 

Vice-President 

Dr. E. Roy Epperson 

Secretary-Treasurer 



In Recognition of Outstanding Scholarship 

Richard L. Braun 
L. Carol Crutchfield 
Carol D. Davis 
Warren L. Grimes 
Ellen E. Hartman 
William A. Hatchl 
Anita V. Hill 
Bettv J. Losan 
Ellen P. Lohse 
Judy D. Musgrave 
Edna R. Palmer 
Rebecca A. Proehl 
Richard Quinn 
Sharon S. Stewart 
Janet A. Tompkins 
Robert P. Williams 



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ORDER OF THE LIGHTED LAMP TAPS 13 




Sharon Shackleford, a 1969 inductee, explains the qualifi- 
cations necessary for membership. 



Scholarship, character, leadership, and service were con- 
sidered in the induction of thirteen new members into the 
Order of the Lighted Lamp during the assembly of February 4. 
1970. The Order oi' the Lighted Lamp is the oldest honor 
society on the HPC campus. It was organized in 1935 under 
the guidance and leadership of Dr. Clifford Hinshaw. The 
present sponsor is Dr. Allen Thacker. 

A student selected for membership in this society must 
have a scholastic average of 1.75 based on the last five 
semesters of college work. Additionally, a student selected has 
an excellent character rating, has proven himself to be a leader 
and has rendered outstanding service in campus activities. 



Jenny O. Bond 
L. Carol Crutchfield 
Charles F. Eakes 
Mark E. Gebicke 
Rebecca D. Gibbs 
Warren L. Grimes 
Beth L. Holcomb 
Gilbert E.Hyatt III 
Joyce S. Kait 



Lynda L. Long 
Steve J. Matthieson 
Rebecca A. Proehl 
Dana L. Scotten 
Willie G. Shaw 
Sharon S. Stewart 
William R. Webb 
Robert P. Williams 




1970 inductees take the membership pledge in front of the 
assembled student bodv. 




After a lengthy tapping ceremony, Dr. Lem Stokes 11 spoke to 
the students. 



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MOR1NG AND SCOTT HEAD MARSHALS 



Selection as a marshal, one of the twenty UPC 
juniors with the highest over-all scholastic averages 
for two years is the greatest honor that can be be- 
stowed upon a member of the Junior Class. 

Being a Junior Marshal, however, is not just an 
honor. During the year the marshals also provide 
service to HPC by distributing assembly bulletins, 
checking assembly attendance, and ushering at vari- 
ous HPC functions. The highlight of the marshal's 
year comes when he helps at graduation exercises. 
The activities of the Junior Marshals were co-ordi- 
nated by Mildred Moring and Judith Scott, co-chief 
marshals. 




Co-Chief Marshals: Mildred Moring and Judy Scott. 




Gary E. Austin 
Susan E. Brown 
Pamela J. Catron 
Carol L. Clause 
James J. DeViney 
Royce M. Flynt 
Rebecca D. Gibbs 
Janita Hayworth 
Beth L. Holcomb 
Gilbert Hyatt 
Michael C. Lewis 
Linda McCrary 
David L. Mitcham 
Mildred Moring 
Nancy C. Powell 
Jean W. Rich 
Lucy L. Samuels 
Judith Ann Scott 
Nancy Sheehan 
Ruth Tapson 



Jan Hayworth checks roll in the required assemblies. 



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KAPPA DELTA PI 



Inviting into membership those persons of high 
character and scholastic ability who are going 
into education. Kappa Delta Pi is an honor so- 
ciety with high status on campus. Membership 
carries much influence for those who are apply- 
ing for a position in the education field. 





Officers - Front Row: Linda Tysor, Historian; Carol Crut- 

ch field. Treasurer; Jane Saunders, Secretary. Back Row: 
Sharon Stewart. President; Dr. Hill, Sponsor; Miss Wor- 
thington. Sponsor. 



Front Row: Dr. Hill, Martha Fogleman, Aim Davis, Cheri Palermo, 
Carol Crutchfield, Miss Worthinglon. Second Row: Linda Tysor, 
Judy Musgrave, Jean Rich, Becki Gibbs, Linda Brown, Sharon 
Stewart. Back Row: Jane Saunders, Dianne Davis, Mildred Moring, 
Jovce Kait, Nancv Williams, Ann Davis. 

ALPHA PHI GAMMA 

Under dedicated leadership provided by Presi- 
dent Sherry Franz. Alpha Phi Gamma, the national 
honorary journalism fraternity on campus, gained 
needed unity and enjoyed a good year. New mem- 
bers the first semester gave added strength as did 
those invited second semester. As its major project, 
the fraternity supported the three publications on 
campus, especially sponsoring the APOGEE. For 
one of their most interesting programs members en- 
joyed having Mrs. Lane Kerr speak to them. 




Officers: Sherry Fran:. President; Beth Holeomb, 
Secretary; David Bishop. lice-President; Mr. Lane 
Kerr. Sponsor; John Kects, Treasurer. 




Members: Steve Kennedy, Jan Hayworth, Russ Jones, Bill 
Hatehl. Jake Smith. 



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GOLDEN DECADE PROGESSES 



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77ie beginning stages of the new maintenance building began in 
November. 




Mid-winter cold slowed progress on the temporary student center. 



With many Golden Decade achievements 
already completed the program showed con- 
tinuing advancement in 1969-70. The program, 
which was initiated in 1965, has progressed in- 
to Phase II of a three part development. 

Opening in March of 1969 the Infirmary 
was completed over the summer and was in 
full operation throughout the year. 

Phase IPs major undertaking will be a new 
Student Union Complex which is to be com- 
pleted in 1974. A partial step toward this Stu- 
dent Union was accomplished when the tem- 
porary building was erected behind the main- 
tenance department. This building was used for 
storage and relocation of the college snackbar. 

Renovation of Cooke Hall was also com- 
pleted, thereby allowing the English Depart- 
ment to move into new offices on the second 
floor. Now completely air-conditioned. Cooke 
Hall houses classes in Business Administration, 
Physical Education, and English. 




Newly renovated and air-conditioned Cooke Hall provides class- 
rooms for Business and English students. 



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WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 



Midway through the first semester, a committee of 
students and faculty select a group of seniors for the 
honor of being placed in Who's Who. On these pages 
are the seleel group of seven who were selected to 
represent the best on our campus. 




l.arrv Johnson 




Martha Brooks 




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Bob Williams 



UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 




Brian Ditzlcr 





Robert Bagwell 




Nancy Nash 



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Flags fly high over fraternity \ 



Rocky Macintosh, Ron Slingerman, Rick Jensen, Rick Shumate, John 
Dietrich, Steve Hortibergcr, Cleve Anthony. 



I.F.C GOVERNS FRAT ACTIVITIES 



A major pari of the Greek activities on 
the campus are regulated by the I.F.C. The 
Inter Fraternity Council is the governing 
body of the tour social fraternities: Delta 
Sigma Phi. Lambda Chi Alpha, Pi Kappa Al- 
pha and Theta Chi. Enforcing of rules, hold- 
ing of trials, setting fines and placing penal- 
ties are a few of the Council's duties. Each 
year rush regulations are set and this year 
several precedents in punishing rush vio- 
lations were enforced. 

During the second semester the Council 
worked on rewriting the constitution to up- 
date the rules to present standards. As a fol- 
low up to last year, the I.F.C. planned 
another Creek Week. 




Scaled: Rick Jensen, Vice President; Rick Shumate, President; 
Ren Shook, Treasurer. Standing: Charles Dietrich, Secretary. 



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PANHELLENIC RULES OVER RUSH 




Conducting the rush program for fresh- 
men and transfers is one of the major activi- 
ties of the Panhellenic Council, the co- 
ordinating group of the four sororities on 
campus. Working as one body, members of 
the sororities create a few weeks of frenzied, 
but enjoyable memories that the rushees 
long remember. 

The Council encourages high social and 
scholastic standards and helps to unite the 
sororities in the true Greek spirit. 

The Junior Panhellenic Council, whose 
membership consists of girls from the four 
pledge classes, functions to prepare sorority 
girls to take their places in the Greek system 
at HPC. 



Seated: Nancy Patterson, Kathy Zcllmer, Pain Catron, Lyn Nevitt, 
Linda Hinkleman, Wendy Williams. Standing: Cindy Foster, Caryl 
Beam, Lorraine Scronce. 





Jean Wenk, Treasurer; Marty Brooks, President; Susan Brown, Secretary 



Sororities on campus cooperate to support the Pan- 
hellenic House. 



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1. Jane Libby 

2. Jane Bell 

3. Kathy ZeUnier 

4. Lynne Lupton 

5. Pliyllis Pickel 

6. Paula Pipes 

7. Carolyn Moses 

8. NimStear 

9. Caroline McCorkle 

10. Bonnie Scluader 

1 1 . Linda Doss 

12. Ruth Sherrill 

13. Wendy Duda 

14. Joyce Jowd) 

15. Debbie Chappell 



16. Wendy NetT 

17. Susan Brown 

18. Sandy Schroder 

19. Sue Robinson 

20. KathyGuy 

21. Nancy Patterson 

22. Linda Armstrong 

23. Bobbie Ballenger 

24. Pain Bosworth 

25. Pam Elliott 

26. Marta Dockery 

27. Carolyn Humphries 

28. Nancy Berryman 

29. Jayne York 

30. Lois Mayer 



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The Age of the Alpha Gams ... it began with 
rush when Gumma Eta took the best of the fresh- 
man girls, and it continued through the year . . . 
Duda and her inseparable Delta Sig pin! Armstrong, 
did you have a good time at the Lambda Chi Drags? 
Berryman's love life? Mary Moses, how's Kay these 
days?! Jowdy practices for becoming an airplane 
pilot! Paula finally decides on Preston. Turtle enjoys 
her beer in salt and pepper shakers! Doss goes at a 
snail's pace. Wanda makes cheerleading with no 
practice. Marta - say something - silence couldn't 
be that golden!! Pooh, don't you worry - when 
your ship comes in. there won't be a dock strike; 
there just won't be a dock! Lulu, are you really a 
hippie? Deb. did you ever have to make up your 
mind? Nim finally makes it to first base with Nick. 
Bobbie, where did you say Chowan is? Elliott. I 
dare you! Corkie makes trips to Yale and to 
Lums. and to the drags, and . . . Susan Brown finds 
difference between Hl'C and Duke. Janie and Wen- 
dy, what's so great about popcorn. Kathy - money, 
money, money ■- poverty, poverty, poverty! York 
becomes a December bride. Zellmer. you're teaching 
kids to sing? Bonnie and Pam, how's the Sea Dip 
these days? Jane and her friend Dave!? Mayer, the 
worry wart. Pickel picks a Dilly. Ruth wins her first 
case with Rosainnc's. 

And it continues through the years . . . more 
girls, more fun. more laughter and tears, and more 
friendships. Most of all sisterhood . . . THIS IS AL- 
PHA GAM. 



Kathy Zellmer 
President 



Lynne Lupton 
Vice-President 




Paula Pipes 
Secretary 



Kathy Guy 

Treasurer 



GAMMA ETA OF ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 




Alpha Gam days of sunshine and carwashes will be remembered for a long time to come. 




Pledges - Front Row: Mary Thompson, Jane McElvany, Debbie Logan, Linda Elmore, Ann 
Dykes, Sydney Johnston, Patti Rask, Carol Norman. Back Row: Peggy Franklin, Linda Laws. 
Jeanne McCauley, Kathy Hughes, Peggy Cooke, Betty Scott, Amy McAlister, Pat Morely. 



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Mike Carle 

Mike Sin it 1 1 

Robert Steinberg 

Nate Cagle 

Ken Beck 

Tommy King 

Bill Kornegay 
8. Rocky Mackintosh 
l ». Oliver Stinchcomb 



10. Bruce Sheaffer 
Terry Oldaker 

12. Jim Monaghan 

13. Ray Smith 

14. Tommy Barrows 

15. Jerry O'Neil 

16. Gilbert Hyatt 

17. Bob Joiner 



Brothers enjoy a breather at an intramural track 
meet. 



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Mike Carle 
President 

Rocky Mackintosh 
Vice-President 




Mike Current 
Secretary 

Gilbert Hyatt 
Treasurer 



DELTA ZETA OF DELTA SIGMA PHI 




Delta Sigma Phi launched the 70's with the same 
characteristics: Brotherhood. Loyalty. Citizenship. Schol- 
arship, and Leadership, that proved us so strong in the 
60's. And on the High Point Campus this is particularly 
true, for Delta Sigs call "'Quorum" at SGA meetings. 
Leadership has been our most singular achievement in 
recent years - and undoubtedly will continue to be. for 
we believe leaders should serve. 

We recognize, though, the necessity for diversity, and 
it is with this in mind that Delta Sigs turned to intra- 
murals — beating the Theta Chi's in basketball (the first 
time in three years?), manning a massive front line in 
football, wobbling home in track, and exhibiting natural 
elan in badminton and ping-pong - - bastions of intra- 
mural conflict! 

But it has been a good year - especially for Pooh- 
Pooh (he'll bare all facts under separate cover to prove 
that Love makes strange bedfellows), Tiny. Chief, and 
The Captain. 

The ONLY question that remains is: WHEN will they 
find something for Sig Carle to do? 



Pledges - Kneeling: Dick Reisli, Bill Ridings. Standing 
Jim Blake, Cliff Lloyd, Butch Koerner, Mike Rabbins. 




Delta Sigs started the vear off with parties, renewing old friendships and making new ones, and ended the year finning up 
friendships at the beach. 



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1. Kathy Rice 

2. Sue Willis 

3. Susan Jackson 

4. Linda Sanders 

5. Caryl Beam 

6. Linda Paskal 

7. Mary Anne Shaw 

8. Jan Henry 

9. Susan Durr 

10. Carol Ligon 

1 1. Dianne Jones 



12. Brenda Greenwood 

13. PatTwitty 

14. Wendy Williams 

15. Joyce Kait 

16. Jane Swanson 

17. Donna Hastings 

18. Marlliu Doningion 

19. Nadine Sadler 

20. Carolyn Dean 

21. BevBullin 

22. Justine Barshinger 



As another year closes. Kappa Delta's dreams 
were once more fulfilled: Kathy had her novel pub- 
lished, Pika's First Lady finally got flowers, and 
Scottie and Seagrove set up housekeeping. What 
more can you ask for? Many surprises came our 
way . . . Donna and Wendy adopted a new theme 
song. '"Double your pleasure, double your fun." Pas- 
kal is still drilling for oil or is she "Eaton" her heart 
out? . . . Olive just can't get rid of her new title, 
Miss Sick . . . Weird Squeeze's main squeeze got 
weird scars . . . hum? . . . Buff reignited flame to 
take her off poverty row . . . Bullin played the name 
game . . . Willis laughed all the way to state or was 
it to the Downtowner? It was a LONG night, wasn't 
it Sue? . . . Pat's trapped in the jungle . . . it's six 
hours from Atlanta to High Point - Is it worth it 
Beamers? . . . Wood fell in love with the cir- 
cus . . .Lani's living up to her motto "School's a 
drag, love's my bag." . . . Karen has been heard 
chanting Carolina's fight song to the tune of "The 
Wedding March" . . . Sanders stopped singing 
"Thank you. John" and started singing "Ain't No 
Big Thing." There's a lot to sing about third Yad- 
kin . . . Jan really "Doug" Lums . . . There's always 
the V.A., Deanie . . . Flower power doesn't work, 
does it. Janie . . . Who's "leaving on a jet plane," 
Joyce? Dianne, are those stars in your eyes or dia- 
monds on your hand? . . . When's your next candle- 
light Shaw? ... We hear Chatty Cathy's been invited 
to a "pahty." V.L.'s taking a bartending course at 
Lums. 

To the big twelve we say good-bye and on to 
the beach to get together and celebrate life!!! 



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Caryl Beam 
President 

Linda Sanders 
Vice-President 




Sue Jackson 
Secretary 

Linda Paskal 
Treasurer 



GAMMA GAMMA OF KAPPA DELTA 




Lard Chisman, Linda Paskal, Dorsay Janes, and Pat Twitty show 
off the costumes they wore for "Hair" during the second pre- 
ferential. 




Pledges - Seated: Nancy Dyer, Susan Hastings. Kathy Miliar. Ann 
Scott. Standing: Carol S tut ts, Nancy Powell, Dana Johnson. 




I he KD's were proud of their 1969 pledge. Susan Hastings, 
who became homecoming queen. 




After starting a cake fight at the KD 
Christmas Party. Joyce Kail received 
her fair share of the frosting. 



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1 . Benton Dry 

2. Charlie Dietrich 

3. George McColl) 

4. Sieve Homberger 

5. Sam Davis 

6. Mike Koch 



7. JimCurrie 

8. Bob Lowery 

9. Tony Braun 
10. Sam Fleming 
1 1 . Bob Samuels 
1 2. Stan Trump 



Lambda Chi's look forward all year to their final rally at the 
beach. 



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Bruce Garner 

Preside iu 

Steve Hombcrgcr 
Vice-President 




Stan Trump 
Secretary 

Bob Samuel 
Treasurer 



IOTA PHI OF LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




Playboy provides a center of interest for some of the brothers, as they 
take a break from the books. 




Pledges Kneeling: Ronnie Pittman. Walter Hill. George Jones, Greg 
Bolton Seated: Ed Evans, Lynn Brandon, Bob Gilman, Rick Wittle, Bill 
llendrix Standing: John Kiem, Paul Hamilton, Rob Pritchard, Travis 
Tabor, Sonny Melrose, Chris Bell, Paul Gerhardt, Javier Sanjmes. 

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Word for the year in Lambda Chi is . . . 
Rallyee! We rallied during rush to pull off 
great stag and drag parties eighteen of the 
greatest pledges! Jew anybody been to 
Bum Hgypt? Benny has whiplashes already 

from two whips . . . Head jock McCool 
predicts a "winning" season - where's Wen- 
dy? Then the pledge-brother stag night 
what's the name of the game? Green paint? 
The Phantom strikes . . . George all tied 
up . . . The pledge-brother football game 
well, maybe next year pledges! Bruce is 
drinking - his mother-in-law's in town . . . 
Sam, been to India lately? Fatman black 
shoe polish - Nancy, get the sponge . . . Did 
Samuel say "shack?" How far is Stratford? 
Gyrene is she engaged or married? . . . 

snake! . . . Kock has a ring in his nose and 
bells in his ears . . . Ace-a week and a half - 
where's Jr.? Ding-a-ling, get your dong up! 
Terry made his grades . . . Charlie needs a 
ride walk much? Earl for Fatman 

award . . . motion by Williams no sec- 

ond . . . Roger, how's the used ring busi- 
ness? . . . Currie's in the wig business . . . 
Doc, I'll drink to that. Darrel, where are 
you? 

White Rose formal in April Rallyee! 
Beach trip is the last rally . . . Who's in the 
shower? . . . Jones looked down on the situa- 
tion . . . Polly want a cracker? 



Lyn Neviti 
President 

Nancy Nash 
Vice-President 




Carol Lancashire 
Secretary 

Susan Allred 
Treasurer 



GAMMA ZETA OF PHI MU 




The Phi Mu bond of sisterhood grows stronger with even' msli party, impromptu gathering and Christmas celebration. 

Pledges (right) - Front Row: Janet Bruggcr, 
Leslie Leonard, Andrea Gabriel. Second 
Row: Janet Overgaard, Dawn Reynolds, 
Karla Sorenson, Susan Potter, Bobbie Peter- 
son, Debbie Landnim, Sandy Whitfield, 
Linda Shipe. Back Row: Peggy Couch, Vicki 
Lenza, Judy Schneider, Phyllis Weyraugh, 
Carol Myrick, Rose Ellen Wall. Janet Hamp- 
ton, Barb Savage, Blaine Smith, Annette 
Woodhams. 




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The end of another year comes to a close, but 
we will never forget the wonderful memories of 
Rush, the Pledge Dance. Homecoming or Phi Mu 
Weekend. But these activities are only a small part 
of Phi Mu for it's the friendship and love we 

found together that we will remember most. 

Some Seniors left early Leslie and Louise 

sought new roommates in December while Ellen and 
Ann graduated early to begin teaching. But some 
stuck it out! Nash is staying in H.P. hum? Ann 
and Carol move closer to "home," while Nevitt. 
Marty. Robin and Dana plan "homes" of their own. 

The Juniors become Seniors and start thinking 
of professions of their own. Sally thinks quite alot 
about the future, while Pam takes action. Betsy is 
content as Nancy and Susan stay on the go. Coach 
Matheny has no problems, while Arnold considers 
her "Dear Abby" profession. Denver is all set as a 
Cockney Bar Maid and Gritt as financier. 

The Sophomores look back at all they have 
done. Jeri and Pat remember the homecoming float 
while Lynne thinks of grades and Ginny of Buster. 
Rip. Barb, and Cindy think mostly of jewelry!! 

But whatever our thoughts or plans, or wherever 
we go, we'll all never forget the Bond we share as 
sisters in Phi Mu. 




!. 


Lyn Nevitt 


13. 


Susan Haynes 


2. 


Barbara Earle 


14. 


Marty Brooks 


3. 


Colleen Ripley 


15. 


Carol Lancashire 


4. 


Lynne Williams 


16. 


Ann Outland 


5. 


Leslie Steele 


17. 


Betsy Snead 


6. 


Jeri Adair 


18. 


Susan Allred 


7. 


Robin Woodhams 


1'). 


Kathy Denver 


8. 


Sally Hill 


20. 


Ginny Scoggins 


9. 


Louise Pierce 


21. 


Ellen Lohse 


10. 


Nancy Nash 


22. 


Trudy Matheny 


11. 


Nancy Easterling 


23. 


Suzanne Arnold 


12. 


Cindy Foster 


24. 


Pat Lissendon 



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Chuck Eakes 
President 

Jim Kinney 
Vice-President 




Ken Ruhl 
Se ere tan' 

Walter Mantz 
Treasurer 



DELTA OMEGA OF PI KAPPA ALPHA 




1. Ken Ruhl 

2. Rick Ross 

3. DickSpiker 

4. Walter Mantz 

5. BillPappas 

6. Calvin Crutchfield 

7. Richard Litch ford 

8. Paul Obermueller 

9. Skip Jones 
10. Dave Williams 



1 1 . Chuck Eakes 

12. Carlton Fitzgerald 

13. Lee Brown 

14. James Kinney 

15. Ron Slingerman 

16. John Euler 

17. Rick Jensen 

18. Jimmy Taylor 

19. Dennis Olley 

20. Bill Rice 




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Brothers enjoy a swinging Millis party, the Gangsters Ball, and a warm weekend at the beach. 




Holding each other up at the ball, Pika's clown the night 
away. 



"Are there any Pika's down in Hell? Hell, No! 
There're all up above drinking BEER and making love." 
Chuck, has Jim called Third Yadkin lately? The Pika 
Lounge is now called "'Dick's House." Obie. how many 
dates does your date have tonight? How we love those 
Southern Owls! Skip does it again! Carr is not very "AC- 
TIVE." Crutchfield is alive and living in Greensboro! 

Sling looks pretty funny with a ring in his nose. Take 
"Fitz" tonight and sleep, sleep, sleep! Rouser - "Mr. 
Tragedy." Brownie - Eli is coming! Eules! Eules! Eules! 
Williams, Loose any hair lately? Round Three - Jensen vs. 
Kait! "T" would walk a mile for a "Magrudy." Mantz has 
"sorta" report. Hinton and Litchford, "Road Trip Kings." 
Zip loves 304 miles . . . Does anyone have a comb for 
Gary? Flash: Snail looses girl and car! Olley, "The Mass. 
stud of H.P.C." Thomas. Rice. Pappas - Remember the 
good ole "service" days! 

Close Brotherhood - Great Guys - Pi Kappa Alpha - 
First and Foremost! LAGNAF 





Zenns Steffen and Obermueller coordinate another late evening Intramural football team preps for another 

party.' ba " le - 

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1. Tricia Harness 

2. Linda Hinkleman 

3. Alexis Hinkle 

4. Marilyn Stephenson 

5. Carey Sherrill 

6. Neely Dowall 

7. Karen Hallberg 

8. Tricia Elliot 

9. Phyllis Laney 

10. Janice Johnson 

1 1 . Jean Wenk 

12. Cathy Rushing 

13. Maggie Amberg 

14. Cheri Palermo 

15. Pamn Klinedinst 

16. Peggy Billhimer 

1 7. Nancy Lefler 

18. Rosanne Cunningham 

19. Cheryl Combs 

20. Lorraine Scronce 




A birthday party during rush brings sisters and 
pledges together for an evening's fun. 



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Lorraine Scronce 
President 

Peggy Billliimer 
Vice-President 




Nancy Lefler 
Secretary 

Pamn KJinedinsI 
Treasurer 



DELTA GAMMA OF ZETA TAU ALPHA 




Pledges - Seated: Bev Mechell, Gail Chipman, Mary Patterson. Stand- 
ing: Peggy Thomas, Sue Cline, Pat Evans, Laurel Lopatnikov. Frances 
Roach. 



Since the fall of 1899. when nine young 
girls founded Zeta Tan Alpha at Longwood 
College in Farmville, Virginia. Zeta has been 
steadiK growing and has become one of the 
strongest women's fraternities today. In 
these seventy-two years of Zeta's existence, 
thousands of young women have shared in 
an experience of fruitful group living. Within 
Zeta each girl has an opportunity to develop 
her interests and abilities against a back- 
ground of companionship and understanding. 
This is the secret of a progressive sisterhood 
in an everchanging world promoting and 
encouraging the best qualities in the per- 
sonality of each individual girl not forcing 
any girl to conform to a standard image. In- 
stead, Zeta Tau Alpha is a sisterhood for the 
modern woman who is seeking a better fu- 
ture. 




Zeta friendships last from parties during rush and bids in the fall to candlelight dunkings in the Atlantic in the spring. 



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Alan Gouge 
Preside n I 

Jim Pusey 
Vice-President 

John Seward 
Secretary 




Al Eastlack 
Treasurer 

l.C Sossoman 

Pledge Marshal 

Bob Bonnaffon 
Social Chairman 



EPSILON ALPHA OF THETA CHI 



Tradition, brotherhood, rcverancc. and parties 
again this year dotted the horizons for Epsilon Al- 
pha of Theta Chi. By pledging sixteen men and 
graduating ten men, the high quality of brothers 
and the strength in our numbers will remain highly 
qualified "to extend a helping hand" to our school 
and community. 

Parties at Pusey's. Cain's Valley. Hippy Party. 
New Years at Kadie's . . . Pledges take Sigs; Brothers 
win again. Draft gets 86'a of Brothers under one 
hundred. Theta Chi water falls on Pika's . . . Frazier 
checks again Flight 211. Alan eats more grape- 
fruit . . . Stag and drag . . . Theta Chi plans own en- 
tire Homecoming, Sweetheart and Dreamgirl . . . 
Four more keys, Cleve. 

In a final salute we want to give our graduating 
brothers parting advice. Nickell. don't lose your 
leash. Funis, buy stock in North State Telephone 
Company. Gouge, we hope Greek Week is forever. 
Bonnaffon. keep your shoes on. Keets, go Grey- 
hound. Von Dreele Black Label, Busch, Iron City, 
etc. Seward, only your hairdresser knows for sure. 
Pearson, stay off rooftops at the Mardi Gras. Pusey. 
paint your hall. Fastlack, lose weight; Fords don't 
have widet racks. 





The "Cherry Picker" and victorious chariot crew 
celebrate. 




w' k 



Skip Pearson meets with resistance at the New 
Oilcans Mardi Gras. 



Pledges - Front Row: diet Riches. BUI Thompson. Bill Carlin. Middle Row: 
Bill Booth. Terry Flanagan. Bob Gregg. Back Row: Jim Lagos. Dave Eisele. 
Jim Downes. Gene Deao. 



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1 . Allen Eastlack 

2. J. C. Sossoman 

3. Bill Carlin 

4. Rick Shumate 

5. Jim Lagos 

6. Chet Riches 

7. Dennis Bowley 

8. Bill Frazier 

9. Mike Lewis 

10. Bob Nickel! 

1 1. Bob Bonnaffon 

12. Steve Haught 

13. Bill Hegland 

14. David Eisle 

15. Alan Gouge 



16. Mr. Scott 

17. Dan Ennis 

18. Richard Von Dreele 

19. Jim Leng 

20. Steve Kadie 

2 1 . John Keets 

22. John Seward 

23. Frank Kaufman 

24. Skip Pearson 

25. Cleve Anthony 

26. Jim Pusey 

27. Chip Hisele 

28. Jim Crawford 

29. John Caplanides 

30. Scott Furman 





After nis/i brothers and pledges frolic in the sun, while Danny funis ' car and telephone pole re] led a frolicking time he had. 



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Robyn Decker 
President 

Sheila Melton 
Vice-President 




Nancy Powell 
Secretary 

Linda Reed 
Treasurer 



ALPHA DELTA THETA 



Our year with Alpha Delta Theta began with our annual 
eoke party to acquaint all girls on campus with the activi- 
ties of our sisterhood. Alter initiation, six new sisters pre- 
sented their big sisters with small ceramic ring boxes and a 
poem written by one of the group. Retreats in the fall and 
spring at Millbrook Farm were highlights of the year. The 
natural surroundings provided an excellent atmosphere for 
fun and fellowship. We ended fall semester with a visit 
from Santa C'laus (alias Hadley) at our Christmas Dinner. 
Heart Sisters opened spring semester with everyone secretly 
delivering happies to her Heart Sister. 

As "Sisters in the service of God" we were active in 
service on campus by straightening the clubrooms on Satur- 
day nights, helping with registration on Parent's Day. as 
well as serving at faculty teas. Packages and cards (Re- 
member the twelve days of Christmas?) were sent to our 
servicemen in Vietnam. 

As we look back at the close of another year, we re- 
member the fun. fellowship, and service which makes us 
truly "Sisters in the service of God." 




Pledges - Front Row: June Nunnery, Lucy Hill. Back 
Row: Sharon Hall. Catliv Jones. 




Little Sisters are the best part of the A Ipha Delta Theta year, from the first getting-to-know-them until their initiation. 



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1. Jane Knight 

2. Betli Holcomb 

3. Betty Logan 

4. Darlene Real 

5. Linda Boswell 

6. Judy Musgrave 

7. Jane Fitzgerald 

8. Robyn Decker 



9. Nancy Powell 

10. Linda Reed 

1 1 . Marty Smithey 

12. VickiSeay 

13. Beth Woods 

14. Sheila Melton 

15. Angie Miller 



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Donald LeMar 
President 

Fred Gold 
Secretary 

Jim Luedeke 

Vice-President 







John Young 
Vice-President 

Ron Schoeffler 
Treasurer 



MU XI OF ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



Representative of the world's largest Greek or- 
ganization. Mu Xi Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega par- 
ticipates actively in 1 1 PC life. Members follow the 
international organization in the challenge to make 
themselves better citizens. They do this through 
leadership, taking active roles in campus and com- 
munity organizations; friendship, helping with fresh- 
man orientation and serving as guides for visiting 
prospective students; and service, helping the cam- 
pus, community and nation through such activities 
as aiding in national charity drives, sponsoring com- 
munity projects, and serving at faculty teas. Parents' 
Day gatherings, and Homecoming reunions. 

Social functions are not forgotten among the ser- 
vice projects, however. Members will never forget 
the Anniversary Ball at Sedgefield Country Club, 
the rush party and the Christmas Party to say 
nothing of the fall camping trip! With all these ac- 
tivities another fun-packed year of reaching out the 
hand of service and the arm of fellowship passed for 
the brothers of APO. 




Bobby Bagwell protects the Homecoming display from 
"Mountaineer" invasion. 




Don LeMar lives it up at one of the APU'S 
social events. 



The Student Center provides a game room for the brothers. 



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Warren Grimes 
Gerald Sanders 
John Farmer 
Daren Hutchison 
Bobby Bagwell 
Jim Luedeke 
Chuck Huffman 
John Young 



9. Joe Yacysliyn 

10. DaleEnsor 

11. Ron Schoeffler 

12. Joe Ellington 

13. Chris McKinney 

14. Fred Gold 

15. Don LeMar 



Officers: Jim Luedeke, 
Schoeffler, John Young. 



Fred Gold, Don LeMar, Ron 



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TOWER PLAYERS CREATE 





Rehearsal schedules remind the actors of the ever 
present need for practice. 





£, 1 






I 




V 






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Mrs. Rauch finds a moment of 
joy in her directing. 



Rehearsal games. 




Patrick Austin exerts some of his 
authority on Rich Moore as Pat 




The fall production of the Tower Players was Harold Pinter's play "The 
Birthday Party ". which met with enjoyable reactions from the students. 



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SUPERIOR DRAMA PRESENTATIONS 




Gibson solemnly takes in the action. 



Ginger Price, Pat Austin, Judy Scott, Jo Deininger, 
the Charter members of Alpha Psi Omega, Honorary 
Drama Fraternity. 





Posters advertise upcoming plays on the office door 
of Mrs. Rauch. 



Virginia Price, Richard Moore, and David Springer perform in "The 
Birthday Party ". 



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CHOIR SINGS LOUD AND CLEAR 



Looking forward to the annual 
spring tour, the High Point College 
Concert Choir began practicing early. 
Before going on tour they sang at 
Wesley Memorial Methodist Church 
for the District Evangelistic Confer- 
ence and for the Cool Yule Program 
at Christmas time. 

The Madrigalians. with additional 
voices toured North Carolina. Ken- 
tucky and Tennessee during the 
spring vacation, stopping at Chatta- 
nooga, Nashville and Louisville, as 
well as several North Carolina cities. 

Officers for the choir were Linda 
Truex, President; Jenny Bond. Vice- 
President; and Ramah Hall, Secre- 
tary. 

Making their last appearance for 
1970, the HPC Choir sang Melchior 
Franks' Motet, "A Mighty Fortress" 
and the Alma Mater at graduation to 
make the special occasion an even 
more formal one. 




High Point Singers— Front Row : June Nunnery, Linda Truex, Jenny 
Bond. Second Row: Mrs. Mullinix, Dana Scot ten. Donna Harbinson. Back 
Row; Chris McKinney, John Werner, Tommy Lewis, Chaplain Mullinix. 




Madrigalians Mr. Highbaugh, John Werner, Donna Harbinson, Dana Scotten, 
Jenny Bond, June Nunnery, Linda Truex, Mrs. Mullinix, Chaplain Mullinix, 
Tommv Lewis. 




Mr. Highbaugh. John Werner, Donna Harbinson, Rose Ellen Wall, Dana Scotten, 
Jenny Bond, Linda Truex, Mrs. Mullinix, Clif MctcalJ . Mr. Mullinix. 



MADRIGALIANS GO ON SINGING TOUR 




Mr. Highbaugh leads the complete choir in a spirited performance at the 1969 graduation 
exercises in our gymnasium. 



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HUMANICS 

STUDENT 

ASSOCIATION 



Sharing ideas at a fall retreat 
concerning "Mankind is My Busi- 
ness," the members gained insight 
into their own thoughts as well as 

understanding of problems com- 
mon to all mankind. All members 
of the Humanics Department make 
up the membership of the Associ- 
ation which meets two Thursday 
nights a month. Meetings provide 
speakers, refreshments, and enter- 
tainment which encourages unity 
between all members. 

A practical course is provided 
lor those who would like to do 
work related to their field. Others 
received experience as they visited 
Schiff Reservation and the Nation- 
al Headquarters lor Boy Scouts of 
America, and attended the South- 
eastern Region Meeting of the 
YMCA in Atlanta, Georgia. 





Humanis Student Association members get into the swing of the Department 
during their annual fall retreat. 




Seated: Kay Moran, Secretary; Pat Austin, Jay Lgan, Lee Brown, Mr. Moody. 
Standing: Chip Eisele, Diane Steppe, Tom Trotter, Alice Childs, Marty Froystad, 
Nancv Dver. 








The student association is part of the American 

Humanics Foundalu m. 



Seated: Ken Lyon, Charlie Bowers, Sid Downey, Daren Hutchison, Bobby 
Bagwell. Standing: Dick Comelison, Jane Swanson, John Young, Justine Bar- 
shingcr. Ron Schoefjler, Denise Breneman, Jack Gates, Site Willis, Chuck Huff- 



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CO-ED ACTIVITIES PROVIDED BY W.R.A. 




Officers - Ellen Grassi, Secretary; Trudy Matheny, Vice-President; Clieri 
Palermo, President; Darlene Real, Treasurer; Jane Goodwin, Publicity 
Chairman. 





Interested sportswomen make up the 
membership of W.R.A. . which is advised 
by Miss Betty Jo Clary. Members have 
athletic fun after meetings held in the 
gym or outdoors. One of the high points 
o\ each year is the spaghetti dinner held 
al Miss Clary's Home. 

In the fall, members sponsored a pow- 
der puff football game which was well- 
attended. A co-recreational swim night 
was planned for the spring semester. A 
service rendered by the girls is the posting 
of bulletin boards in the gym. Empha- 
sizing athletics and good sportsmanship 
members ended the year. 




President - Clieri Palermo 



Sue Wilson hangs on! 



Cheerleaders provide excitement and noise. 




First Row: Miss Clary, Sue Hastings, Betsy 
Snead. Jane Goodwin, Trudy Matheny. Cheri 
Palermo, Darlene Real, Ellen Grassi. Second 
Row: Carol Charles, Sue Shinn, Ruth Price. 
Linda Sykes. Darcy iXahig\'an, Karen llallbcrg. 
Wenda Duda, Bonnie Schroder. Third Row: Sue 
Wilson, Betty flodock, Jeanette Roberts, Tessi 
Kilmartin, Cathy Plunkett, Jane Knight, Pain 
Laferty. Fourth Row: Sue Cline, Bev Mechell. 



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Kneeling: Joyce Smith, Nancy Slicchan, Martha Cecil, Judy 
Musgrave, Marcia Griffin, Kay Mooney. Standing: Gerald 
Sanders, Rachel Miller, Linda Neighbors, Nancy Beainer, Beth 
Woods, Linda Reed, Marty Smithey, Linda Brown, Bill Carter. 



Seated: Pat Keaveny, Man' Beth Kain, Ellen Grassi. Standing: 
Jane Van Anda, Beverly Moon, Bonnie Lott, Joan Still, Angela 
Miller. 



S.N.E.A. ADVANCES EDUCATION IDEALS 




Its membership open to anyone inter- 
ested in edueation, the Student National 
Education Association welcomed many stu- 
dents into the group in 1969. The club and 
interested civic concerns sponsored two dele- 
gates to the Regional SNEA meeting in New 
Orleans this fall. The Southeastern Regional 
Project undertaken by the Calvin Wiley 
Chapter as the year's project was "Student 
Voice on Campus" designed to educate local 
student leaders to a variety of curriculum 
innovations that are relevant to their respec- 
tive schools. In April a big dinner for stu- 
dent teachers and people interested in edu- 
cation was given. 



SNEA members focus attention on Secrctan* Sheila Melton as she 
makes a point clear. 




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Officers - Candy W'alser, Second Vice-President; Sheila Melton, Secretary; 
Ann Dai'is, Membership Chairman; Gail Mabe, Membership Chairman; 
Ginny Scoggins, Treasurer. Seated: Bob Latham, First Vice-President. 
Absent: Ellen Reed, President. 



S.A.M. REVIVED AND REJUVENATED 




Sealed: Butch Lipe, Wayne Wuudell, Mr. Joe Robinson. Royce Flint. Stand- 
ing: Kenneth Nail, Richard Harbison. Sandv Turner. Dennis Conner, Brian 
Ditzler. 




The High Point chapter of the So- 
ciety lor the Advancement of Manage- 
ment was brought back into existence 
this year b\ Mr. Joe Robinson. Royce 
Flint, a senior Business Administration 
major served as President o\ this organi- 
zation which is designed to acquaint 
students with the world of business 
management. Hutch Lipe was elected 
Vice-President while Wayne Woodell 
labored at the Secretary-Treasurer posi- 
tion. Meetings were held on the first 
Monday of the month and a tour of a 
local business or factory was held peri- 
odically throughout the year. A high- 
light of these tours was a trip to the 
Joseph Schlitz brewery in Winston- 
Salem, where free samples were dis- 
tributed. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Com- 
pany and Western Electric. Inc.. also 
provided interesting tours for the mem- 
bers of S.A.M. 



President Royce Flint conducts a business meeting. 




Mr. Robinson acts as Faculty Advisor for the Society. 




The Seminar room of Cooke Hall serves as the group 's meeting room. 



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Front Row: Wendy Duda. Dianne Whitt, Cathy Plunkett, Darcy Nahigyan, Tesi 
Kilmartin. Middle Row: Bill Carter, Fred Grice, Nick Perlozzo, Jim Blake, William 
Webb. Back Row: Pam Laferty, Peg Sutherland, Susan Hastings, Jane Goodwin. 

P.E. MAJORS CLUB SERVES 



With the objective of producing professional 
physical education teachers, the P.E. Majors Club, 
sponsored by Miss Clary and Mr. Futrell, held many 
activities in 1970. The club sponsored its annual 
Co-Ree Night in the fall. Light of its members at- 
tended the state convention at Last Carolina of the 
North Carolina Association for Health. Physical 
Education, and Recreation. Delegates were also sent 
to a leadership conference in the spring at the Uni- 
versity of South Carolina. 

The P.P. Majors Club annually presents the Ath- 
letic Awards Banquet. In 1970 the banquet was 
held at the Albert Pick Hotel. Speaker was Dr. 
James Hamilton, president o\' the National Asso- 
ciaton of Intercollegiate Athletics. Also sponsored 
by the club is the concession stand at home bas- 
ketball games. 





Back Row: Bonnie Schroder, Vice President; George Freeze, 
Treasurer. Front Row: Cheri Palermo, President; Dianne 
Whitt. Secretary. 



Funds for last year's portable fence came from the Majors 
Club treasury. 



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Top: Mr. Futrell, Dale Stevenson, Carol Charles, Norm Seidel, Betty Hodock, Miss 
Clan: Middle: Darlene Real, George Freeze, Jim Leng, Mike Jones, Bob Oilman. 
Front. Bonnie Schrader, Dianne Whitt, Jeanette Roberts, Ruth Price, Cheri 
Palenno. 

STUDENTS IN NUMEROUS WAYS 




The Majors club sponsored Co-Rec night. 







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Miss Clarv instructs her work crew. 




Another successful season of popcorn and cokes was enjoyed by the club. 



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HI-PO OVERCOMES PROBLEMS, 



Because our paper was unable to 
print. High Point College lacked the 
communication that is needed be- 
tween the students, faculty and ad- 
ministration during the first semester. 
Jane Mailleue started the year as Edi- 
tor; however, Jane was forced to re- 
sign due to excessive debt which had 
been incurred before her term of 
editorship. A complete investigation 
was completed and the Hi-Po could 
not print until the second semester. 
Working with a limited staff Jo Dein- 
inger recruited a new staff and re- 
sumed publication early in the sec- 
ond semester. Working with a limited 
staff and a strictly regulated budget 

the newspaper continued to print 
in the tradition of the past All- 
American award winning Hi-Po 's. 




Jo Deiningcr, Editor In Chief 





Ginger Price, Paul Gabriel, Mary Gladney, and Marcia Little complete a 
page layout. 



Ted Belch, Business Manager 



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AND CONTINUES PUBLICATION 




David Steves, Managing Editor; Jo Deininigcr. Editor; Ken Schaiis, Photo- 
graphy Editor; and Judith Scott, Copy Editor; discuss an upcoming issue. 




Len Selvaggio, Stewart Penn, and Ken Schaus survey the photo situation in the 
spacious Hi-Po office. 




All the tools of the trade lay in waiting 
for the energetic staff members to 
assert their talents. 



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DAVID BISHOP HEADS ZENITH WORK 




David Bishop, Editor-in-Chief ; Beth Holcomb, Associate Editor 






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Editor-in-Chief David Bishop battles a late deadline. 
Staff members were few and far between. 



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Bill llatclil, Jake Smith. Sherry Franz, Feature Editor, Becky Proehl, 
Pat Keavcnv. 



Jan Hayworth, Copy Editor, types up a few lines 

of fuels and figures. 



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Sports Editor Russ Jones being assisted by Sandy Turnei 





Euvona Bach and Barbara Overman look busy as Barbara 
Allred, Index Editor and Vicky Seay, Class Editor plan future 
strategy. 



Bookkeeping was easy for Bruce Sheaffer. Business Manager of 
the Zenith. 




Sheila Melton, Greek Editor, and staffer Jeanette Roberts 
work on a layout. 



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Willie Shaw presents a piece of his work to Dr. Mounts, faculty advisor of the 
publication. 



APOGEE FINALLY FINDS FUNDS 



Attempting to establish a community of 
writers in which an exchange and an under- 
standing of creative literature could be found. 
Apogee sponsored the Thursday afternoon sem- 
inars in creative writing. 

From the works submitted by these writers. 
Dr. C. E. Mounts and Willie Shaw selected the 
basic pieces for publication. Due to needed 
funds being supplied by the College — in addi- 
tion to S.G.A. funds - faculty members were 
allowed to submit creative works for the first 
time. With the combination of student and of 
faculty writers. Apogee was instilled with a 
more meaningful approach to the art found in 
creative literature. 




This year's seminars in creative writing were well attended and highly 
p'osperous. 




Editor-in-Chief Willie Shaw and Dr. C. E. Mounts discuss a financial 
report of Business Manager, Gary Austin. 



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President - Richard Badu 
Vice President: Tom Albertson 
Secretary: Barbara Zakos 
Treasurer: Phillip Norwood 




Rich Badu and Tom Albertson discuss problems of the 
day students. 



DAY HOPS FIND PARKING PROBLEMS 




Parking spaces can never be found, but parking tickets could 
be found daily. 





Mud puddles, dirty shoes and a full parking lot. 




Checking out the hot wheels on campus. 



Day hops are usually on time for class. 



101 



STUDENT UNION GROWS 




Fall coffeehouses were successful as always, but not so with 
the Halloween spook show. 



In its second year of operation, the Student 
Union continued to improve the entertainment 
on our campus. Through concerts, coffeehouses, 
and movies we were treated to better campus 
activities. 

Number one on the list of improvements has 
to be the monthly parties at the Moose home. 
Increased interest in the pool room led to better 
facilities, along with more fun. The new Student 
Union building, even though temporary, was an- 
other step forward toward normal standards. 

Orientation of the Freshman was well orga- 
nized by the Student Union to get the year off 
in a joyous atmosphere; too bad it didn't stay 
that way! 

Experimental campus movies were tried but 
met with little success, as did several other holi- 
day parties. 

Time and action are the major ingredients in 
developing this organization, give it both and we 
shall see more improvements in the future. 





Marty Brooks, publicity chairman; David Holton, Chairman; Barb 
Earle, Secretary. 



New York Rock and Roll Ensemble provided a Fall 
Weekend concert and lightshow. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 







Larry Johnson 
Vice President 




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Nancy Eastcrling 
Secretan- 




Mike Carle 
President 




Warren Chines 
Treasurer 



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Bob Williams, Speaker 



Standing: Bill Hatchl, Elections Committee Chairman; 
Bob Williams, Ken Millman, Budget and Steering Com- 
mittee Chairman. Sealed: John Young, Speaker Pro Tern 
and Legislation Committee Chairman; Carol Clause, 
Secretary. 

STUDENT 
LEGISLATURE 

In early October, the Student Legislature voiced 
support that United States troop replacement by 
well equipped South Vietnamese forces be executed 
as quickly as possible; suggested that students dis- 
satisfied with the war effort hold open discussion 
and steadfastly maintain and exercise their privilege 
as students to attend class; and communicated with 
Senators Sam Ervin, Jr., and B. Everett Jordan and 
Representative Richardson Preyer. 

Other major proposals passed by the Legislature 
included the addition of student members to the 




following faculty committees — Student Personnel, 
Educational Policies, Assembly and Artist, Library, 
and Publications; the removal from the penal code 
of archaic disciplinary provisions restricting off- 
campus activities; the strengthening of the student 
government budgetary system and the elimination 
of financial difficulties incurred by The Hi-Po and 
Apogee; The attainment of a Judiciary Council de- 
cision declaring the S.G.A. President's inability to 
veto constitutional amendments; and the provision 
of refrigerator service to students. 




Front Row: Debbie Johnson, John Young, Cleve Anthony, Kitty Ellis, Rich Badu. Middle Row: Ken 
Millman, Brian Ditzler, Percy Hundley, Bill Hatchl, Kelly Kane. Back Row: Earl Mackintosh, Larry 
Breeden, Nancy Nash, Richard Bovd, Carol Clause. 



104 




JUDICIARY 
COUNCIL 



Standing: Sandy Turner, Nate Cagle. Seated. Mike Current. Benton Dry, Trudy 

Matheny, Alan Prat her. 

Functioning as a branch of" the Student Gov- 
ernment Association, the Judiciary Council lias 
original jurisdiction, trying those cases referred to 
it by Dean Phillips and faculty members, and 
appellate jurisdiction, trying those cases appealed 
to it from the Men's and Women's Dormitory 
Councils. The nine justices and the Chief Justice 
represent the four academic classes, the Men's 
and Women's Dormitory Councils and the Day 
Students' Council. The positions of prosecutor 
and secretary are filled by application. 




Steve Kennedy, Chief Justice 




Drinking violations lead to quick expulsion. 



105 



DORM COUNCIL ENFORCES DEMERITS 



Plagued by turnover in membership, the 
Men's Dormitory Council managed to remain 
intact and to regulate the conduct of the 

men's dorms. The council consists of three 
elected officers plus the head proctors and 
house managers of each dorm. Percy Hund- 
ley served as President of the Council, with 
Bill Webb. Vice-President and Calvin Cobb. 
Secretary-Treasurer. Mrs. McMeekin-Kerr, 
Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Bennett served as resi- 
dent counselors which gave them advisory 
authority in dealing witli the Dorm Council 
affairs. 

Council members helped freshmen be- 
come acquainted with the new rules and also 
enforced Hie demerit system of dormitory 
regulations. A color television was placed in 
the Co-ed Dormitory lounge due to the com- 
bined efforts of the campus dorm councils. 




Council member Brian Dilzicr keeps a sharp eye on 
the girls of Women 's Hall from atop the library. 




Top to Bottom : Percy Hundley, Bill Webb, David Hoi ton, 
Brian Ditzler. 




Sandy Turner. Head Proctor of the Co-Ed dorm, runs the table. 



106 



G.D.l/S ENJOY BANNER YEAR ON 

CAMPUS 




G.D.I. an abbreviation which fits about 
75 of High Point students. The Independents 
banded together to combine forces in an effort 
to unite the majority of students. 

The most significant development was the 
formation of athletic teams for intramural 
competition. Independent teams won football, 
track, tennis (singles and doubles), badminton, 
ping-pong, and basketball. The Hot Dogs were 
the most successful, followed by the Cougars, 
Roaches, and the Osses. 1970 was definitely 
the year of the G.D.l.'s in intramurals. 



Suite 202 of the Coed Dorm served as an early meeting place. 









Dennis Miller scores the winning T.D. over the Theta Chi's. 




Harry Owen of the Cougars scores over Norm Seidel of 
the Hot Dogs. 




Steve Tagg and Brian Ditzler lead the student 
The Hot Dogs defeated the Theta Chi in football and kept this demand rally, 

sign as a souvenir of the happy victory. 



107 



CONDUCT OF CO-EDS 



Revamping the Freshman 
Counselor system and working on 
general improvement in the dorms 
have been the main concerns for 
the Dormitory Council of the girls' 
dorm complex. A new rule con- 
cerning Freshman closed study was 
made: second semester freshman 
girls who have an average of "C" 
or better do not have enforced 
closed study. The council is led by 
Carol Clause, President; Nancy 
Bedle, Vice-President; Sherry Sul- 
livan, Secretary; and Becki Gibbs, 
Treasurer. 




Pat Twitly, Carol Clause, Nancy Bedle, Lani Chisman, Ginny Scoggins, Mary 
A nn Shaw. 





Winnie Tull. a council member, takes time out to Stringent rules must be followed by the female 

study a little. population. 




Dianne Whitt, Becki Gibbs, Wanda Ogden, Rozanne Cunningham, Sherry Sulli- 
van, Melinda Peabody, Mrs. Turpin. 



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CONTROLLED BY DORM COUNCIL 




Gail Mabe, Ann Nulsen, Put Keaveny, Jo Deininger, Nancy Nash. 



Finding discipline an easy task 
in 1970. it was necessarj for the 
Council for the Coed Dorm to give 
few demerits for noise: other prob- 
lems that were anticipated did not 
exist. The girls encouraged the 
passing of an open visitation rule 
and were instrumental in obtaining 
permission for one open house be- 
fore Christmas. Officers were 
Becky Proehl. President; Beth 
Woods. Vice-President; Vicki Seay. 
Secretary; and Barbara Rawley, 
Treasurer. 





Nancy Beamer and Beth Woods discuss dormitory life in an informal 
session with Resident Counselor Mrs. Bennett. 



Nancy Nash inspects under the bed during a spot room 
check. 




Beth Woods, Barbara Rawley, Vicki Seay, Becky Proehl, Mrs. Bennett. 



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HARRIERS REPEAT AS 




Off at the gun. our boys soundly defeated District 29 champs. 
Campbell College in this meet. 



Season Scores 1969 

Opponents 11. PC. 

Wake Forest j^ 22 

Appalachian 24 55 

Lynchburg 56 55 

Wake Forest 63 55 

Roanoke 89 55 

Wake Forest 39 21 

Appalachian 18 47 

Guilford 66 47 

N. C.State 20 38 

Davidson 39 17 

Pembroke 23 32 

Appalachian 29 81 

Wake Forest 64 81 

Pembroke 82 81 

Davidson 96 8 I 

Western Carolina 12 37 

Campbell 37 19 

State Meet Tenth Place 
District Meet First Place 
NAIA Nationals Thirty-Second 
Low Score Wins 




Dai is, Noren. and Johnson lead the pack down 
through the weeds. 



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The harriers lockers all carry a nickname or insignia of their 
capabilities. 



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DISTRICT 26 CHAMPIONS 




FRONT: Bill Carter. Assistant Coach, Walter Mant:. Rich- 
ard Litchford, Eric Noren, Coach Bob Davidson. BACK: 
Jon Werner, Mike Johnson, Lloyd Davis, Gene Munger. 
Russ Jones, Manager. 



Under the direction of Coach Bob Davidson, the 1969 
Cross Country team made a repeat conquest of the District 
26 NAIA Championship. An upset victory over North 
Carolina Central University in the District, gave the Pant- 
hers a return trip to the Nationals in Oklahoma City. 

A tenth place finish in the State Meet was rather disap- 
pointing; however. Coach Davidson received the Coach of 
the Year award in our district. Eric Noren and Walter 
Mantz served as this year's co-captains. Mantz was selected 
2nd team All-District, while Noren. Lloyd Davis. Grinch 
Johnson and Richard Litchford were chosen 1st team 
All-District. 

In the 10.000 meter Lexington to Buena Vista. Virginia 
road race. Davis placed 17th and Noren 19th. 




Russ Jones, hobbled by a hip injury, directs traffic at the 
Campbell meet. 




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Richard Litchford finishes the course with a 
burst of speed. 
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PANTHERETTES FIELD HOCKEY TEAM 



INTERCOLLEGIA TE FIELD HOCKEY 

Opponent III'C ' 

Appalachian 2 1 

Catawba 2 

UNC-G I 

Catawba 1 

Salem 1 

Wake Forest I 

Averett I 







Front Row. Linda Laws, Susan Hastings, Clieri Palermo, Ellen Grassi, Ruih 
Price, Carolyn Tice, Karen Hallberg. Back Row: Miss Clary, Sue Cline, Bev 
Mechell, Jean MeCauley, Cathy Plunkett, Sue Wilson, Peggy Sutherland, Jane 
Goodwin, Betty Sue Hodock. 




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Susan Hastings and Cheri Palermo participate in 
some prc-gamc practice. 



Intramural Basketball 

"A" Teams 
/. Independents 

2. Alpha Gamma Delia 

3. Zeta Tau Alpha 

4. Alpha Delta Theta 
4. Kappa Delta 

4. Phi Mu 

"B" Teams 
A Independents 
2. Alpha Gamma Delta 
2. Zeta Tau A Ipha 
2. Kappa Delta 

2. Phi Mu 

3. Alpha Delta Theta 

Phi Mu Sorority Champs 




Betty Sue Hodock wallops the ball. 



Intramural Volleyball 



Peggy Sutherland leads the Sophomore- Junior leant to 
victory. 



"A" Teams 

1. Alpha Gamma Delta 

2. Alpha Delta Theta 

2. Independents 

3. Zeta Tau A Ipha 

4. Kappa Delta 
4. PhiMu 

"B" Teams 
/. Kappa Delta 

2. Independents 

3. A Ipha Gamma Delta 

4. Zeta Tau Alpha 

5. Alpha Delta Theta 

6. PhiMu. 



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A 21 3j ' 10 

fh\fo\ Ik A V 

JLjHUt.*tfi 4 

Front: Cfif/iy Plunkett, Tesi Kilmartin, Karen Hallberg, Peggy Sutherland, Diane Whin. ™ ' ^™ 

/a/ie Knight. Back: Coflc/j Ctor. Bonnie Schroder, Cheri Palermo, Betty Hodock, Karen Hallberg fights for the bound. 

Barbara Wyekoff, Ber Mechell. 

COACH CLARY BEGINS REBUILDING ERA 

Basketball Results 1970 9m ff' 

opponent hpc Mr 'M ^^▼i 

Winthrop 55 33 W 7 ^^ V« 

UNC-G 56 37 " *^- 

Averett 43 23 

Winthrop 49 36 

Appalachian 70 36 

Wake Forest 37 33 

Catawba 49 24 

Salem 28 45 

Betty Sue Hodock eyes another bucket. 
Sue Wilson gains the tap play. 






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PANTHERS CAPTURE CHAMPIONSHIP 



Coach Bob Vaughn, laced with a year of rebuilding, 
found victories hard to come by this season. Danny Witt 
and Joe Colbert were the only players with any experience, 
both playing guard positions. Witt gunned his way to sev- 
eral new school records, while Colbert was forced to the 
sidelines with foot injuries. John Kirkman, Joe Wilson and 
Steve Allen gained valuable experience in the front court 
for the Panthers. Tubby Smith and Rick Foclber were 
counted on to play the swing position of guard and for- 
ward. Tom Gill, Tom Davis, and Phil Butler scrapped and 
fought well in their infrequent playing lime, as did center 
Bill McGhee. 

In the High Point Classic Tournament we were able to 
capture our only championship of the season. A dis- 
appointing seventh place finish was highlighted by victories 
over lilon. Appalachian (Homecoming), and Catawba. With 
a strong nucleus of the players returning and the addition 
of red-shirt Gary Brown, Coach Vaughn and Assistant 
Coach Davis will have to hope for improvement. 




A gloomy time out for the Panthers, as ean be seen on the players faees. 





Bob Vaughn eheeks out an early practiee. 




Big Joe Wilson relaxes for a free throw attempt in the 
Greensboro Coliseum. 



Freshman guard Tom Gill whips a pass to Danny Witt. 



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IN HIGH POINT CLASSIC TOURNEY 




Dan Witt and Tom Davis get in some early one on 
one practice. 




Tubby Smith puts a fake on Guilford's Jerry Crocker. 






8RJ.4dt 



Davis and Allen practice some acrobatics. 



Guilford goes up, up, and away from the Panthers. 



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INJURIES AND INEXPERIENCE 



Season Scores 1969-1970 



OPPONENT 

Greensboro College 

Campbell College 

U.N.C. Charlotte 

Pfeiffet 

Atlantic Christian 

Elon 

Georgia Southern 

Winston-Salem State 

U.N.C. - Asheville 

Catawba 

Belmont Abbey 

Western Carolina 

Presbyterian 

Appalachian 

Newberry 

Hull 

Pfeiffer 

Lenoir Rhyne 

Guilford 

Catawba 

U.N.C. - Wilmington 

Presbyterian 

Appalachian 

U.N.C. - Charlotte 

Atlantic Christian 

Lenoir Rhyne 

Virginia Commonwealth 

Guilford 

Catawba 

Elon Tournament 



ll.P.C. 



53 


97 


81 


86 


59 


1 13 


86 


80 


103 


100 


91 


78 


101 


103 


90 


65 


89 


85 


84 


77 


53 


79 


75 


87 


72 


87 


7') 


60 


121 


103 


73 


74 


70 


71 


98 


74 


85 


61 


92 


84 


62 


100 


90 


69 


81 


84 


68 


99 


107 


99 


93 


81 


105 


77 


95 


65 


84 


93 


88 


69 




Coach Vaughn paces the sidelines. 





Wishing and hoping.' 



"Tiger" Vaughn and Bill Davis instruct the troops. 
118 



HOBBLE PANTHER PERFORMANCES 




Rick Foelber on the drive. 




McGhee, Butler, Gill, Kirkman, Davis. Smith and Davis keep the bench wai.n 

during a time cut. 




John Kirkman dumps a bucket against the 
Georgia Southern quintet. 




Steve A lien blocks a hook shot of Bill Bailey. 



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Colbert flashes another fantastic- pass. 



Joe "Buck " exhibits his dribbling skills. 



COLBERT'S PASSING SPARKS OFFENSE 





The cheerleaders wail as the starting five are introduced to the 
meager crowd. 



Allen and Smith battle for the tap play. 




Allen and Kirkman combine for a quick bucket. 



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Danny can pass . . . 



Damiv can dribble . . . 



And can Danny shoot! 





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V, 







DANNY WITT — AN EXCITING SCORER 




Number 11 on another quick drive to the hoop. 




A student salute to honor Danny and Joe at their last home 
appearance. 



Danny Witt, a slender guard from Baltimore. 
Maryland, scored 43 points in the final regular sea- 
son game to set a new school record for total sea- 
son scoring. Gene Littles held the mark at 725 until 
Danny chalked up 756 points. Including the tour- 
nament game. Danny now officially holds the stan- 
dard at 788 points. 

In the process Witt eclipsed Danny Sewell's sea- 
son scoring average of 959 with an astounding 26 
points per game. Many of these points were ac- 
cumulated at the charity stripe where Dan shot over 
90%, placing in the top five in the country 
(N.A.I. A.). In reward for his accomplishments, Witt 
was selected to the All Conference and All District 
all-star teams. 




A friendly exchange of greetings before the battle with the 
Guilford Quakers. 



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Enthusiasm in action. 



Tension mounts as a shot is taken. 



CHEERLEADERS BEG FOR SPIRIT 



Cheerleaders for HPC put all their 
enthusiasm into leading students in 
vocal Panther support. Led by Cap- 
tain Wendy Duda, cheerleaders were 
the following: Wanda Roark, Nim 
Stear, Nancy Nash, Cheri Palermo, 
Sally Hill, Robin Woodhams, Debbie 
Landrum. They were aided by Ann 
Dykes and Leslie Leonard Alternates. 






Wanda Roark relaxes. 



Robin Woodhams unwinds. 



Debbie Landrum views the scoreboard with 
an unhappy attitude. 




Captain Wenda Duda leads the girls in action. 



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GOLFER'S PREPARE FOR BUSY SEASON 



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Keith Tingle, Bob Vol:, Joe Yacyshyn, Jerry Sutton, Bill 
Ridings. 




Tingle putts as Sutton handles the pin. 




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Steve Haught critieizes as Bruce Summers drives one 
toward the green. 



Bob Vol: and Joe Yacyshyn take a restful break after 
a quick nine. 

Season Scores 1969 



Opponent 


HPC 


Winston-Salem State 


I 'A 


22'A 


Johnson C. Smith 


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9'A 


Atlantic Christian 


2V/z 


2V> 


Miami Invitational 


— 


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Eton 


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9 

— 


Pfeiffer 


// 


13 


Guilford 


T/z 


16'A 


Atlantic Christian 


12% 


ll'A 


Season Record: 4-3 








Keith Tingle eyes the all important pin in the hole at 
Blair Park 's ninth hole. 



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COACH HARTMAN'S BASEBALLERS 



SEASON SCORES, 1969 

OPPONENTS 

St. Andrews 

Campbell 

Catawba 

Wilmington 

Belmont Abbey 

Atlantic Christian 

Otterbien 

Otterbien 

Newberry 

Newberry 

Valdosta State 

Valdosta State 

Georgia Southern 

Rider 

Rollins 

University of South Florida 

University of South Florida 

Wilmington 

Pfeiffer 

Appalachian State University 

Lenoir Rhyne 

Catawba 

Davidson 

Elon 

Guilford 

Pembroke 

Belmont Abbey 

Appalachian State University 

Pfeiffer 

Campbell 

Atlantic Christian 

Elon 

Guilford 

Western Carolina University 

Western Carolina University 

Carolinas Conference Tournament 

Western Carolina University 

Pfeiffer 

Catawba 

Pfeiffer 

Pfeiffer 

N.A.I. A. District Tournament 

Pfeiffer 

North Carolina A. & T. 

Pfeiffer 

Regular Season Champions 

Carolinas Conference Champions 

District 26 Runner-Up 

Final 1969 Record - 28 wins; 15 losses 



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David Mitcham grazes in the pasture of right field as the 
Panthers play in Florida. 




Bobby Hickey quenches his thirst after a hot afternoon on the 
diamond. 




Nick Perlozzo takes a healthv cut. 



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CAPTURE "69" CONFERENCE PENNANT 




scott Morgan blasts one during the pennant winning season of 1969. 



A fourth conference championship may be in 
store for the 1970 Panther nine. Pitching strength 
will be the key to this year's success. Dennis Mil- 
ler, who had the best E.R.A. on the staff last year, 
John tuler. Ron Slingerman. Bill Hegland and Jack 
Curling should carry the burden of mound duty. 
Reick Foelber. a freshman, is expected to be this 
year's mainstay, replacing All-Conference veteran 
Joe Kaub who has left school. 

The infield is headed up by All-American candi- 
date Nick Perlozzo at first base, with Bobby Mick- 
ey at second base. Lyle Padgett at short and Ron 
Slingerman at third. Crazing in the outfield will be 
veterans Mark Gebicke and David Mitcham. Ge- 
bicke hit 323 last season and Mitcham tied the 
school record for most R.B.l.'s in a season. Jim 
Taylor. Jim Downs or Mike Cornelison will be 
found in the right field pasture. 

The catching duty falls into the capable hands 
of junior college transfer Fred Crice. The loss of 
All-American Don Hickey behind the plate will be 
hard to replace, as it will be to replace Kaub. 
Scott Morgan and Darrell Rich. 

1 he 1969 season featured a 27-16 record earn- 
ing regular season and conference championships. 
The team won 10 out of the last I 1 games enroute 
to winning these crowns. In the conference tour- 
ney Hartman's diamond nine came out of the 
loser's bracket to win, which was a first in con- 
ference history. 




David Mitcham attempts to drive Mark Gebicke in from third base in a 
close game with Lenoir Rhyne. 

Left: A bunch of Louisville sluggers patiently 
await their turn to perform for the Panther 
hitters. 




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Dennis Miller on the hill. 








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Back Row: A/ito Hogan, Riek Foelber. Mike Comelison, Dwight Inge, Mark Gebicke, 
John Euler, Ron Slingennan, Coach Hart man. Middle Row: Lyle Padgett, Dave 
Mitcham, Bill llegland, Dennis Ulley, Nick Perlozzo, Fred Grice. Front Row: Jim 
Downs, Mike Jones, Jim Taylor, Jack Curling, Bob Hickey, Dennis Miller, Tom Bates. 



DIAMOND NINE HAS PITCHING DEPTH 




Coach Hartman stirrers the situation. 




Strong support comes from the dugout. 




Mark Gebicke sets his sights on the far away fences. 




Bats frame their opponent on the mound. 



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TENNIS PROSPECTS MUCH IMPROVED 




Chip t'isele, Mike Smith, Bob Joiner, Tom Linton, Javier Sanjines, 
Coach Ben Brockwell. 




Coming off a 1969 season of 4 wins and 16 
losses. Coach Brockwell is looking for con- 
siderable improvement this spring. These hopes 
are based on the fact that all of last years' 
players are returning, with the addition of a 
transfer and several talented freshmen. 

Javier Sanjines appears to be one of the 
top. if not the top. players in the Carolinas 
Conference and District 26. Javier will play 
Number 1 with Chip Eisele Number 2 and 
Mike Smith Number 3. Bob Joiner and David 
Eisele appear to have the inside track on the 
other two spots. 

Tom Linton. George Freeze, and Terry 
Flanagan also have high hopes of helping make 
the 1970 Panther netters conference champs. 



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Chip Eisele serves, George Freeze practices, Javier serves and Mike Smith makes a return. 

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CINDERMEN SEEK DISTRICT CROWN 



SEASON SCORKS 1969 



OPPONENTS 




UPC 


Allan lie Christian 


53 


92 


Pembroke 


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59 


Paine 


31 


S3 


Morris 


35 


S3 


Port Wayne 


13 


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Citadel 


112 


32 


Lynchburg 


84 


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7 


90 


Pembroke 


102 


43 


Furman 


93 


33 


Davidson 


53 


33 


Western Carolina 


96 


49 


Catawba 


54'A 


36'A 


Appalachian 


89 


36'/2 


Conference Meet Fourth 






District Meet Third 











George Jones "J lies" over the bar on another six foot attempt. 







With the addition of ten new members, the 
Track and Field team should be able to improve on 
last season's fourth place conference finish. In Dis- 
trict 26 competition our cindermen managed a third 
place finish during the 1969 season. 

Eight solid veterans will return to make up a 
solid nucleus. Discus, shot put, and pole vault will 
be our weakest events, however improvement is ex- 
pected. On the bright side, district champion in the 
javelin throw, Gary Markland returns. Freshman 
Carlvin Steed will provide depth in the long and 
triple jump, as will George Jones in the high jump. 

The finest group of sprinters in HPC history, 
Dennis Bowley, "Speed" Steed, Mike Lewis, and 
Tommy Davis should break records galore. Dave 
Soloman looks good in the 440 sprint and should 
receive distance support from Eric Noren and Lloyd 
Davis, milers. Other distance standouts include Rich 
Litchford, Mike Johnson and Russ Jones. District 
Champ in the high hurdles Bill Webb, will find com- 
petition from Harry Melrose and Walter Mantz. 





Llovd Davis on the run. 



Rich Litchford strides out the 
two mile run. 






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Eric Noren, Bill Webb, and Russ Jones enjoy some early wind 
sprints. 




Hurdles await Webb, Melrose, and Mantz. 



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Gary Markland lofts the javelin. 



Timers record performances of our cindermen. 



WEBB AND MARKLAND DISTRICT 

CHAMPIONS 




Front Row: Dennis Bowley, Mike Lewis, Rich Litchford, Eric Noren, 
Lloyd Davis. Middle Row: Walt Mantz. Gary Markland. Billy Webb. 
Carlvin Steed, Jim Smale. Back Row: Russ Jones, Mike Johnson, Coach 
Davidson, George Jones, David Solomon. 





Lewis, Bowley and Steed sprint to a close finish in the WO 
yard dash. 



Bill Webb glides over a hurdle in the style of a 
true champion. 

Andrews High School was nice enough to let the 
Panthers practice on their new all weather track for 
the 1970 season. Home meets tor our runners were 
held at Millis Stadium and at the Andrews track. 

Highlights of the season included a trip to the 
University of Tennessee for an Invitational and to 
Lynchburg. Virginia for a relay meet. 

Additional help for our team came from bas- 
ketball players Joe Wilson and Tubby Smith. Wilson 
concentrated on the shot-put and discus, while 
Smith showed tremendous potential in the triple 
jump and broad jump, as well as the high jump. 



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INDEPENDENTS DOMINATE 



FOOTBALL SCORES 

Won Lost Tied 

1. Hot Dogs 6 

2. ThetaChi 5 

3. Pi Kappa Alpha 5 

4. Roaches 4 

5. Delta Sigma Phi 3 

6. Lambda Chi 2 

7. Blackjacks 
7. Defense 

Championship game Hot Dogs over Theta Chi, 1 2-7 



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over the fearless fraternities. 





Charlie Golf f gets off a bomb in spite of the Theta Chi defense. 



TENNIS MA TCHES 



SINGLES 

1. Bill Webb 

2. Percy Hundley 

3. Rick Jensen 

4. Dave Williams 



DOUBLES 
Doug Tracey - Bob Gilliland 
Bill Hegland - Bill Frazier 
Mike Carle - Nate Cagle 
John Keats - Jim Lang 



More efficient organization let everyone know the score. 



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INTRAMURAL PROGRAMS 




Most of the runners were out of shape as Chip Eisele shows 
here. 



TRACK SCORES 

100 yd. Dash - Nick Perlozzo (Hot Dogs) 
440 yd. Dash - Don Hickey (Theta Chi) 
880 yd. Run - Rick Ross (Pika) 
880 yd. Relay - Hot Dogs 
Long Jump Rick Stephens (Pika) 
Shotput - Mark Gebicke (Hot Dogs) 
High Jump - George Jones (Hot Dogs) 
Team Championship - Hot Dogs 
Second Place - Pi Kappa Alpha 




Perlozzo and the Hickey 's in a photo finish. 



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PING PONG MA TCHES 

Singles 
Don Hickey (Theta Chi) 
Alan Gouge (Theta Chi) 
Bill Webb (Hot Dog) 
Rick Ross (Pi Kappa Alpha) 



Doubles 

1. Mark Gebicke -- Tom Linton (Hot Dogs) 

2. Ken Guy - George Freeze (Hot Dogs) 

3. Bob Hickey - Rick Foebler (Hot Dogs) 

Team Champions - Hot Dogs 




A determined slam by second place winner Alan Gouge falls 
short. 

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INTRAMURALS — FUN AND RIVALRY 




Alan Gouge and Bill Baulk of the Titcla Chi's battle Dave 
Griffith of the Hot Dogs for a bound. 







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Badminton Results 

Singles 

J. Bob Joiner - Delta Sigma Phi 

2. Tommy Linton - Hot Dogs 

3. Gary Markland Hot Dogs 

Doubles 
A Bill Webb - Can' Markland - Hot Dogs 

2. Chip Fisele - Scott Furman - Theta Chi 

3. Bill Hegland - Bill Frazier - Theta Chi 

Team Champions - HOT DOGS 




Chip Eisele shows his badminton skill on the tennis courts as well. 




Dare Poole and diet Riches fight it out. 



Gary Harting and Ron Lort square off in intramural bowling 
contest. 



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HOT DOGS No. 1 Champions 




Front : Carlvin Steed, Ken Gey, David Bishop, Charlie Whar- 
ton. Rear: Richie Allen, Gary Markland, Bill Webb. 



OSS1S "Runners-up" 

Front: Barry Hall. Dave Poole. Mike Cornelison, Tim Bryan. 
Rear: Dave Mitcham, Jim Oman. Curt Quackenbush, Dale 
Stevenson, Vaughn Black. 




HOT DOGS WIN BASKETBALL CROWN 



Basketball Results 

"A" League 

1. Hot Dogs No. 1 

2. Cougars 

3. Delta Sigma Phi 

4. Hot Dog No. 2 
4. Pi Kappa Alpha 
4. ThetaChi 

7. Lambda Chi Alpha 

"B" League 

1. Ossis 

2. Alpha Phi Omega 

3. Delta Sigma Phi No. 2 

4. Zips 

5. Pi Kappa A Ipha 

6. Blues in the Bottle 

7. ThetaChi 



Championship Game: Hot Dogs 76 - Ossis 62. 





Rick Motsinger of the Cougars sinks one in a close game with 
the Hot Dog No. 2 team. 










Early Hedgecock of the Sigs warms up. 



The Ossis show why they were champions of the "B" league in 
intramural b-ball. 



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A favorite meeting place for team members on 
retreat is in front of the fireplace in the burn. 




Team Captains Carol Clause; Wanda Ogden, Vice-President; Donna Harbin- 
son; Richard Boyd; Angie Miller, President. 




Front Row Cheryl Pitts, Linda Boswell, Sally Kemp. Evey Kirkland, Jackie Pobletts. 
Second Row: Fran O'Neal, Lynn Scruggs, Denise Breneman, Geri VanHoy, June Nunncn: 
Third Row: Beth Lewis. Judy Malany. Pat t'zzell, Robyn Decker. Debbie Johnson, Mike 
Carle. I5ack Row: Mike Ray. Tom Kincaid, Chris McKinney, John Dashkavitch. Barbara 
Savage. Vernon Buffalo. 



136 



FELLOWSHIP TEAMS 




Robyn Decker and Angie Miller enjoy making use of the re- 
creational facilities available in the "barn" at Millbrook. 




Composed of students who are interested in 
working with church youth groups throughout 
the state, the Fellowship Teams give guidance in- 
struction in recreation, worhsip. program planning 
and organization. While on weekend visits, team 
members stay in the homes of church members. 

In September a retreat was held at Millbrook 
Farm to train the members in various areas of 
instruction. The training sessions were led by 
leaders m the Methodist Church. However, all was 
not work! Swimming, sports, singing, good food. 
and fellowship all added to make up a very spe- 
cial weekend. This year, due to an influx of en- 
thusiastic new members, there were six teams 
with six or seven members each. Rewarding visits 
were made to Rutherford College, Conover. Camp 
Mt., Shepherd, and Laurinburg during the first 
semester and to Granite Falls. Forest City, 
Mocksville and Charlotte during the second. The 
teams hoped to extend their program of youth 
work by holding an Easter egg hunt for under- 
privileged children from the High Point area. The 
year closed with a second retreat to Millbrook to 
share achievements and experiences and to un- 
wind before final exams. 



Through group recreation members not only learn new games to 
teach the youth, but also get to know each other better. 



137 




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Seated: Becki Gibbs, President; Helen Browning, Secretary; Cliaplain Mullinix. Stand- 
ing: Bob Williams, Religion-in-Life Giairman; Richard Boyd, Vice-President; Bob 
Gilliland, Publicity Giairman; Shirley Maides, Devotions Giairman. 

S.C.A. REVIVES EVENING DEVOTIONS 



Beginning the year witli a picnie for a small 
but enthusiastic group at City Lake, the Stu- 
dent Christian Association carried out a lull 
program on campus. Weekly devotions became 
more effective under the leadership of Chaplain 
Mullinix. In the fall, the Finch Lecturer, Dr. 
Carlyle Marnie, was very well accepted by the 
student body. The Christmas Program, which 
took place in the foyer and on the steps of 
Roberts Hall featured the Second Shepherd's 
Play, chamber music and caroling. 

Early in the spring the S.C.A. took charge 
of "The House" after the use of the house was 
obtained through the combined efforts of sev- 
eral religious groups on campus. Religion-in- 
Life Days featured Red Smith, a cartoonist, 
and The Sons of Thunder, always popular at 
HPC. The Fine Arts Department sponsored a 
fence painting as an outlet for self-expression 
during the days of religious emphasis. Looking 
forward to a busy summer, the S.C.A. spon- 
sored Summer Job Opportunities. Several em- 
ployer representatives from High Point, other 
cities in North Carolina and other states were 
present. 




Well-publicized on campus, the S.C.A. picnic provided an 
opportunity for many to meet the new chaplain on campus. 



138 



CHAPLAIN BRINGS CHRISTIAN UNITY 




Reverend MuUinix discusses a topic of current interest with several of H.P.C. 's 
concerned students. 






After several years of planning and 
campaigning, HPC students welcomed 
Mr. Mullinix to the campus as their 
first chaplain this year. He has varied 
duties on campus, including serving as 
advisor to the S.C.A., the Fellowship 
Teams, the United Methodist Student 
Movement and the Baptist Student 
Union. Responsibility for all religious 
services on campus, such as the Even- 
ing Vespers, also rests with him. Other 
ministerial duties that are his are 
counseling students, acting as a liaison 
between the church and the college, 
assisting in student orientation, and 
visiting the infirmary. With his wife 
for company. Mr. Mullinix enjoys 
sponsoring Kappa Delta Sorority and 
singing with the Madrigalians. 




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The Chaplain 's office is adorned with words of wisdom. 



A new day begins for the busy Chaplain. 



139 



Co-eds ponder over the many words of wisdom placed on the board 
near McCullocli Hall. 




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RELIGIOUS BELIEFS EXPRESSED 




Did you feel like a neurotic fish' 
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Peace Moritorium discussions 









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/I <7oser /oy/c a/ ///c expression board. 



Entrance to the S.C.A. house. 



An active Baptist S indent Union met regularly. 





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Danny Witt and Reverend Mullinix ham it up. 



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NEW YORK ROCK AND ROLL ENSEMBLE 



A traditional highlight of the fall semester is the Fall Week- 
end. This year the weekend of October twenty-fourth and 
twenty-tilth was selected to serve as the festivity period. On 
Friday evening in Memorial Auditorium the New York Rock 
and Roll Ensemble presented their music in a successful con- 
cert. A small but enthusiastic crowd listened to the music of the 
group which was billed to be the next Blood, Sweat and Tears. 
The Ensemble, a group of talented men. were surrounded by a 
psychedelic light show put on by Buddy Gabriel and crew. 
HPC's first full light show was colorful and well-presented. Crowd 
response covered a wide scale of variation due to the unusual 
type of performance. 

Saturday night was the second part of the weekend program. 
The Moose Lodge on North Main Street provided the setting for 
a highly successful "beer bash." All beverages were included in 
the ticket price, which led to several friendly drinking rivalries. 
Large numbers of couples supported the dance, which was the 
first complete success for the floundering Student Union. 

Fall Weekend was a well-planned and well-executed affair. 
The N.Y.K. & R.E. appeared, the Moose dance was a success. 
and, for a change, our students actually had some campus 
entertainment. 




A variety of musical instruments were used by 
the group to provide the listeners with a wide 
variety of sounds. 




Several original songs were presented in the concert. 



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HEADLINE FALL WEEKEND SHOW 




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The concert started the weekend off on Friday. 




Long hair, swift fingers and lots of noise were characteristic of 
the ensemble. 



145 



MONTHLY 
ASSEMBLY 
POPULAR 



Trying a new policy HPC began having only one 
required assembly per month on the first Wed- 
nesday at the ten o'clock period. Evening programs 
were continued and students were urged to attend 
them. The required assembly was used to continue 
the traditional programs such as Convocation, the 
Finch Lecture Series, presentation of the contes- 
tents for Homecoming Queen, the tapping cere- 
mony for the Order of the Lighted Lamp, presenta- 
tion of the yearbook, presentation of the intra- 
mural championship trophy to the Theta Chi's, 
presentation of athletic teams, and the Senior pro- 
gram. Students appreciated the monthly assemblies 
much more than they had the required weekly 
assemblies. 





Mr. Tom Watson delivers a message on the 
urban renewal program 



The best part of assembly is usually when 10:50 arrives. 




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Secrecy, suspense and candles characterize the 
Lighted Lamp Ceremony. 





The pros and cons of the Vietnam conflict were discussed by this 
panel. 




Dr. Carlyle Money, the Finch Lecturer, makes 
his point clear. 



Dr. Patton delivers the Convocation address. 




Tliis assembly drew a rare packed house. 



147 



'FALL COFFEE HOUSES ENTERTAIN 



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On tour from Canada, Rings and 
Tilings brought an experience in 
psychedelic folk-rock to the High 
Point College Coffeehouse Circuit. 
The group combined their original 
work with conventional songs, and 
along with an unusual and inventive 
light show by UPC students, they 
created a refreshingly sophisticated at- 
mosphere. Acclaimed on campus, and 
giving rise to a feeling of student 
unity, the group related to their 
audience through a vibrant person- 
ality, and the often requested Judy 
Collin's song, Suzanne. The feelings of 
friendship and communication that 
evolved during those last days of Oct- 
ober still bring a warm feeling to those 
of us who remember the Rings and 
Tilings coffeehouse. 




Long hair, loud music and happy people were in abundance at die remodeled 
Student Center. 






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Excellent publicity helped make the entertainment 
a huge success. 



148 



STUDENTS EXPRESS DISSENTING VIEWS 




Concerned students met with the Student Personnel Committee to iron out some differences in 
campus rules. 




Newsmen cover the so-called student riots. 




Buddy Gabriel tells it like it RE ALL Y is! 



149 



FAMILIAR SCENES 



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Fuzzy and friend warm the bench in front of 
Women 's Hall. 




A Honda lies in waiting for his proud owner to arrive 
from class. 




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Gene Munger gives all fair warning. 




Fitz auctions off D. J. at the annual Kappa Delta slave 
auction. 



150 



OF A ROUTINE DAY 




Scotland Yard strikes the I IPC campus. 






Sue Jensen and Charlie Dietrich spend a lazy spring afternoon on 
the lawn of Woman 's. 




Even dorm reflects the personalities of its occupants. 



151 



MANY ALUMNI RETURN TO 



During a mystical period in every UPC" year 
the lawn in front of McCulloch Hall sprouts 
many fraternal floats as Homecoming flour- 
ishes. This is the beginning of the daylong 
festivities which some people still feel the 
next day! The float of Delta Sigma Phi won 
that fraternity first place in the annual com- 
petition, with Alpha Gamma Delta taking se- 
cond place. 

A slight disappointment met the students 
head on that afternoon as the First Edition 
was forced to cancel out their appearance 
because of unfortunate circumstances. 

The sadness did not last long, though, as 
the basketball celebrations followed that 
evening with the High Point Panthers upsetting 
the Appalachian Mountaineers 84-81 to cap the 
festivities. 

Preceeding the game was the presentation 
of the Homecoming Court which was made 
up of the senior class representatives, Joyce 
Kait of Alexandria, Va., Donna Hastings of 
Bethel, Del., and Linda Sanders of Asheboro. 
N.C.; the representatives of the junior class, 
Nancy Easterling, of Charlotte, N.C., Wendy 
Duda of Alexandria, Va., and Carol Myrick of 
Greensboro, N.C.; the sophomore repre- 
sentatives. Carolyn Dean of Cambridge. Md., 
Martha Donnington. of Chatham. N.C., and 
Susan Hastings of Bethel. Del.; and the fresh- 
man class representatives, Debbie Landrum of 
Wilmington. Del.. Dana Johnson of Rockville, 
Md., and Mary Anne Rafferty of Potomac, 
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Phi Mu 's begin the construction task. 




Bev Bliven registers the past graduates. 




Cheri Palermo dislies out the coffee and doughnuts. 




1969 alumni were honored by a tea. 



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FIND CAMPUS UNCHANGED! 




The Panthers sparkled in upsetting the Mountaineers of Appalachian State U. 




mini 
mimi 




A warm welcome was extended to all. 



Enthusiasm is abundant as exemplified by the Queen and court. 



153 



SUSAN HASTINGS REIGNS 




Susan and Lee Brown "get the news. " 




Sophomore Susan Hastings flashes that winning smile. 




Sue and Lee receive congratulations from last year's queen. 



154 



OVER HOMECOMING COURT 




Freshman Debbie Landntm, escorted by Ron Slinger- 
man, was second ninner-up in the contest. 




Interest in the game captures the Homecoming 
Court '$ attention. 




Dr. Patton awards Susan a congratulatory kiss. 




First runner-up Joyce Kail, escorted by Rick Jensen, was the only 
senior to place in the contest. 



155 



DELTA SIGS AND ALPHA GAMS 




Second Place award went to the A Ipha Gamma Delta still. 




'•' '..-*/.•- t.- • •*** : :■ Till 'I - 

A clever coal mine idea, lots of work, some paint and first place for the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. 



156 



AWARDED FLOAT RECOGNITION 







• - ■ . ■ 

^o% Bagwell guards the "House" for the APO's. 




r OTHERS SEND M0UNT/U8EERS 
TO *tfZW* UHO 

A/hc/» rime a/iJ <?//<#•/ w/tf i«/o //ic /Vh Mu float. 






X^M* 




The Sigs dumped everyone for first place. 

i ■ • 




/I prophecy come true 



Homecoming 1970 - a wipeout. 



157 



VARIOUS CONCOCTIONS OF DORM 




H 



Sue Wilson and Kathy Grob enjoy the delight 
of spring weather. 




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So my hair's long - my shoes are clean. 




Richard Hawkins and Steve Gregory enjoy some of the better 
things in life just before an exasperating room check. 



The neat home of Miss Janita Hayworth. 



158 



ROOMS ARE CALLED HOME 




•H«»>V Heme.' 

.>— .<££ 

a. Of l »• 
n wit »', 



Gn'/s abound in McCulloch Hall. 





mm* 

Who said walls are for pictures? 



Sliapely fishnet, huh? 




Pat Keaveny slaves over a term paper. 



159 



GIRLS COMBINE FUN WITH STUDY 



41 





Paw; Catron and Ruth Slierrill relax while cramming for 
exams. 




Private phones in the Coed Dorm are just one more 
diversion from study. 




Everyday there is a rush from the girls' dorms to 
make the five o 'clock mail. 




Suite 403 practices yoga for the body and the mind? 



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OH! THAT CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 




Girls will be girls' 





This jovial Santa greeted all visitors to the Co-Ed dorm. 




The traditional Chrismon tree gave the 
holiday spirit to students studying in 
the library. 



With exams over and students gone. Christmas 
on campus is reduced to left-behind Christmas 
trees. 



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162 






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163 



■ 



SENIORS 




Bobby Key, Linda Hensley. Barry Allen, and Eddie Howard tabulate some 
accounting in the student center. 




Faculty. Administration, and Seniors all beam at diploma day. 




Jake Smith preps for exams and also thinks about 
his #6 draft number. 



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SUCCEED IN 70 




Alter eight semesters, a couple of summer 
sessions, and maybe a night school term or two, 
Seniors settled down to thoughts of graduation. 
Traditional black cap and gowns were again 
worn at graduation in 1 970. 

The year was full of surprises and changes: a 
new student union, the Hi-Po affair, inter-dorm 
visitation, the draft lottery, and assemblies only 
once a month. These all led to making 1970 a 
most successful year for all. 



TOP: Brian Ditzler, President; John Keets, Vice President. BOT- 
TOM: Nadine Sadler, Secretary; Ann Davis. Treasurer. 




Jim Oman gobbles his last delicacy from Harrison Hall. 



165 




Barry L. Allen. B.S. 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Jerry Amnions. 15. S. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Robert /■.'. Applegate. B.S. 

Alexandria. Va 



Darid « Bishop. B.S. 
Oxford, Maryland 




Michael Can. B.S. 
Midi Point, N.C. 



Jimmy Davis. B.S. 
Lexington, N. C. 







166 




Allen C. Eastlack, B.S. 
Woodbury, N. J. 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Warn n Grimes. B.S. 
Snnthfield. N. C. 



Linda S. Henslev, B.S. 
High Point. N. C. 



Wayne Holder. B.S. 
Pinnacle, N. C. 



David Hullon. B.S. 
Baltimore, Maryland 




Edward E. Howard. B.S. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



E. S. Jones. HI. B.S. 
Fine Level. N. C. 



167 




Robert F Key. B.S. 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Butch l.ipe, B.S. 
High Point, N.C. 





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C Leon McCaskill. A.B.T. 
High Point, N.C. 



Ames M. McCaskill. B.S. 
Higli Point, N.C. 



J.«, 7 .A r McGhee. Jr.. B S 
High Point, N.C. 



OonaW E. Marshall. B.S. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 




Dav/'d K Nifong, B.S. 
Lexington, N. C. 



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Tommy R. Parker. B.S. 
Thomasville, N. ('. 




Marilyn J Stephenson. B.S. 

Arlington, Va. 



GayH. .Stevenson. B.S. 
High Point, N. C. 



Barbara Rowley, A.B.T. 
Crisfield, Md. 



C Bruce Slteaffer. B.S. 
Silver Spring, Md 





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C. I- Sampler. B.S. 
Lenoir. N. C. 



Mtev/ie £". Woodell, B.S. 
High Point, N. C. 



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HUMAN RELATIONS 





Patrick H. Austin. B.S. 
High Point, N.C". 



Robert H. Bagwell. B.S 

Greenville, S. C. 



Justine Bars/linger. 
Red Lion, Pa. 




Peggy Billhimer. B.S. 
Bethesda, Md, 




Charlie Boners. B.S. 

High Point, N.C. 



Richard I.. Capek. B.S. 
Bethesda. Md. 



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Charles C. Crutchfield, B.S. 
Durham. N. C. 



J. Sidney Downey. B.S. 

High Point, N. C. 




Paul Gabriel. III. B.S. 
Cary, N. C. 



,/o/m C. Gates. B.S. 
Gran by. Mass. 



Anne Sulsen. B.S. 
Greensboro, N. C. 




//am' Owen, B.S. 
High Point. N. C. 



Katherine K. Rice. B.S. 
Falls Church. Va. 



/.avion Wheeler. B.S. 
Apex, N. C. 



171 




George A. N. Coppedge. II. B.S. 
High Point. N. C. 



James J. DeViney, B.S. 
High Point, N.C. 



W. Bruce Game, B.S. 
High Point, N.C. 



Ellen llartman, B.S. 
High Point, N.C. 




Ellen Lohse, B.S. 
Fairfax, Va. 



Doug Ferryman. B.S. 
Lexington. N. C. 



Louise Pierce, B.S. 

Alexandria. Va. 



Sharon S. Stewart, B.S. 
High Point, N.C. 



MATHEMATICS 









Ted Wagoner. B.S. 
High Point. N.C. 



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SCIENCES 



Early A. Hedgecock, Jr.. B.S. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Biology 




Robert II llolUJay. B.S. 

Thomasville, N. C. 
Biology 



Betty Logan. B.S. 

Hickory. N. C. 

Biology 




Dak D. Ensor. B.S. 


Anita Hill. B.S. 


Arthur T. Spaugh. Jr.. B.S 


Westminster. Md. 


Iligli Point. N. C. 


High Point. N. C. 


Chemistry 


Chemistry 


Chemistry 




Roger A. Wittenberg. B.S. 

Annandale, N. J. 

Chemistry 



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ENGLISH 





Richard Badu. A.B. 
Ridgewood, N. J. 



Ted Belch, A.B. 
High Point. N.C. 



Nanci Berry man. A.B. 
Arlington, Va. 



Robert V. Donovan. A.B. 
Rockville. Md. 




William A. Hatchl. A.B. 
Arlington. Va. 



Joyce S. Kail. A.B. 
Alexandria. Va. 




Steven Kennedy, A.B. 
High Point. N. C. 



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James M. Kinney, A.B. 
High Point, N. C. 



Barbara S. Lyon. A.B. 
Bethesda, Md. 



Dale Joanne McCutty, A.B. 
Silver Spring. Md. 






Virginia S. Price. A.B. 
Annandalc, Va. 



William H'. Salmon, A.B. 
High Point, N. C. 



/. inda C. Sanders. A.B. 
Asheboro, N. C. 



Alice W. Seymour. A.B. 
Lanliam, Md. 




Willie G. Shaw. Jr.. A.B. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



JohnS. Smith. A.B. 
New Carroll! on. Md. 



Kathcrine t. Spoon. A.B. 
Apopka, Fla. 




Miriam M. Stout. A.B. 
Houston, Texas 



Ruth Tapson. A.B. 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 



175 



HISTORY 






HALEY HOUSE 



Built 1786 by John Haley, 
blacksmith fi sheriff, onj 
I the Petersburg*Salisbury 
Road. Later a tavern; now] 
preserved as a museum. 



C Dianne Davis. A.B. 
( arthagc. N.C. 



Fred I Cold. -\.B 
Roselle.NJ. 



Gary J' Koepenick, A.B. 
Potomac, MU. 






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'~ V 




Richard H Boyd. A.B. 
Saratoga. Calif. 




Mmilia ii Brooks, A.B 
I dison.NJ 




Philip A Lockman, All 
Iron Station, N.C. 




#^***ii#«A 



. »' /v,..//. 7 .-. \ B 
Pinetops, N.C 



Gerald C Sanders, \ B 
Pageland, S I 



Hal II. Walker, h A B 
Asheboro, N ( 



Bruce -I Wilbiu \ B 
I ,iiK< huich, Va, 



176 




Janet A. Auman, A.B. 
Seagrove, N.C. 



HISTORY AND POLITICAL 

SCIENCE 




Caryl Beam, A.B. 
Cherryville, N.C. 



Hugh E. Bighorn, Jr., A.B. 

Morganton, N.C". 



Cheryl Bodenltamer. A.B. 
High Point. N.C. 



Robert A. Bonnaffon, A.B. 
Falls Church. Va. 




Tony Braun. A.B. 
High Point. N.C. 



Brian Dilzlcr. A.B. 
Chevy Chase, Md. 



Tommy G. Crews, A.B. 
Kernerw ilk-. N.C. 



Percy L. Hundley. Jr.. A.B. 
Smithfield, Va. 



Michael E. Current. A.B. 
Hamptonville, N.C. 




Carl Johnson. A.B. 
Hieh Point, N.C. 



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Kenneth I). Johnson, A.B. 
Warwick. R.I. 



John Keels. A.B. 
Northficld. N.J. 







*~Jtf~J*~t 



Pamela Klinedinst. A.B. 
Bethesda, Md. 



Dave Little. A.B. 
Charlotte N.C. 



Kevin />'. McCracken, A.B. 
High Point. N.C. 



Kenneth M. Millman, A.B. 
Lincoln. Del. 




Johnny I. Mish. A B. 
High Point. N.C. 



/use/;/; C. Needlmm, Jr. A.B. Robert E. Nickel! . Jr.. A.B. 
Pilot Mountain, N.C. Allison Park, Pa. 



Evan D. Pearson. A.B. 
Pitman. N.J. 






NadineM. Sadler. A.B. 
Kockvillc. Md. 



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£<wrj> B. Sharpe. A.B. 
Stoneville, N.C. 



17:- 




Richard Spikei \ Is 
Silver Spring. Mil. 



kvilh TillgU \ li 
\\ ilminglon, I le| 





**1*~1 



Tommy Tompkins \ B 
Pompum Plains, N.J. 



Tony S Townsend Ji \ B 
Lexington. N I 




li'jwK .1 Whitehead, A.B 
Wilmington. Del 



David H Williams \ B 
Lexington, N I 



SOCIAL STUDIES 





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/. . ir Cariiwn \ B 
( olla.\. N.< 



R061 " />' / .///;./>!. \ It 
rlutnci \ i 




/:,///(.■ Palmi • \ I) 
Winslon-Saleni. n ' 




i* 



Robert I' Williams. A.B. 
Asheboro, N.C. 












Jenny Bond. A.B.T. 

Arnold, Mil. 

Musk 



FINE ARTS 




Dana Scot ten. A.B.T. 
High Point. N. C. 

Mil Mi 



Linda K. Truex, A.B.T. 
Little Silver. N. J. 

Musk 





/./wJu i. Cooper, A.B.T. 

Colfax, N. C. 

Art 



Karen R. Czarny. A.B.T. 

Wcstfield, V I 

Art 



l.yn Ncvitl, A.B. 
Port Washington. L.I.. N.Y. 

Art 



Edna Oliver, A.B. 

High Point, N. C. 
Art 





Cheryl Raper, A.B.T. 

High Point. N ( 

Arl 

180 



DaleSokers. A.B. 

Glen Riddle, Pa. 

Arl 



Shcrilyn Sullivan, A.B.T. 

Lenoir. N. C. 

Art 





Linda S. Brown. A.B.T. 
Carthage, N. C. 



Timothy W. Bryan. A.B.T. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 




PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 




William H. Carter. A.B.T. 
Rockville, Md. 



Dave Miller, A.B.T. 

Silver Sprint:. Md. 




Robert /■: Molilmann. Jr., A.B.T. 
llmh Point. N. C. 



\/<A Perlozzo, A.B.T. 

C'nnibcrljnd. Md. 



A Si«? SWhii. A.B.T. 
High Point. N C. 



Burton /■ Stejfen, Jr., A H I 
Bethetda. Md. 




K. Dale Stevenson, A.B.T. 
High Point. N. C. 



//,v/n V Sf«/«. A.B.T. 
High Point. N. C. 




Dflm'W W. M'irf. \ B I 
High Point, \ ( . 



1S1 



PSYCHOLOGY 




Terry Botts, A.B. 
Deland, I la. 



Arnold It', brown, A.B. 
High Point, N ( 



Beverly Bullin, A.B. 
High Point, N.C. 



Patricio C. Crossley, A.B. 
High Point, N.< 




./.. Deininger, A.B. 

Miami, I'la. 



John .1 Farmer, A li 

LunibcrloM. N.C. 



Kay Moran, A.B. 
High Point, N. C. 



Michael W. Myers A.B 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 




/fl/MfS A Pua l . \ is 
Avondale, Pa. 



Ray Scolt. A.B. 
Ashcboro. N.C. 






RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY 




!'■ rrj R BarnlwrJt. AH 
\\ alkcrtown. NX" 



Linda Bosw, II, \ B 
Greensboro. NX . 





Jan Brooks, A.B 
Midland. NX 



Robyn R Decker, A B 
Summcrficld \ ( 





l/H'.7,; D W///.'. A li 

Wilmington N I 



Ellen S Ragland. A.B 
High Point. N.( 



'.' William Ram ei V.B 
High Point, \< 



Lorraine S, mm ■ \ B 
Hitkorj N.( 



i 






Beverley BUven, A. IS. 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Marie T. Carawan, A.B. 
Kundlcmun, N. C. 



Palrkia Elliott, A.B. 
Denton, N. C. 



SOCIOLOGY 




Oeanna I'isliack. A.B. 
Lantz, Md. 



Darlene Floyd. A.B. 
Trinity, N. C. 





Slurry Franz. A.B. 
l-'tostproof, l-'la. 



184 




Millie Gibson. A.B. 
Rockingham, Md. 



Judy Harvey. A. B. 
West Long Branch. N. J. 




Martha K. Matthews. A.B. 
Sevcrna Park, Md. 



Va/icv R. Nash, A.B. 
Sell AFB, III. 




Rebecca Proehl. A.B. 
Lynchburg, Va. 



Jvlin G. Seward. A.B. 
Silver Spring, Md. 





Genie Tlunnas. A.B. 
I crest City. N. C. 



Carolyn Ward. A.B. 
McLeansville, N. C. 



Robin Woodhams. A.B. 
Bethesda, Md, 



185 



ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 





Marilynne /•'. Apple. A.B.T. 
Greensboro, N. C. 




Freda BornharJi. A.B.T. 
Advance. N. C. 




Nancy B. Beamer. A.B.T. 
Bassett, Va. 



Tom I' Bigham. A.B.T. 
\\ inston-Salem, N. C. 



Martha Cecil. A.B.T. 
High Point. N. C. 



I.inda T. Cooper. A.B.T. 
High Point. N.C. 






Virginia k Cranford, A.B.T. 

Tliom.i'.ville. N. C. 



/.. Carol Crutchfield. A.B.T. 
( ireensboro, N. ( . 




Aim T. Davis. A.B.T. 
Berlin. Md. 



186 




Elizabeth A. Davis. A.B.T. 
High Point, N.C. 



UarthaS Fogleman, A.B.T. 
High Point, N. C. 




Bniula Greenwood, A.B.T. 
Kernersville, N. ('. 



Mania Griffin, A.B.T. 
Alexandria, Va. 




IS 



Kathy Guy. \ B I 
Statesvilie, N ( 





Trudy II Hammond. A B.I. 
(■iccusboro, N. C. 



Donna I.. Hastings, A.B.T 
Bethel, Del. 



Cynthia Johnson, A.B.I . 
High Point. N. C. 



Dorsay Jones, A.B.T. 

IJiirluni. N. C. 




Mary E. Kain, A.B.T. 
Lake Worth, I la. 



Patricia A. Keareny, A.B.T. 
Atlanta. Ga. 



Carol Kelly, \ B I 
High Point, N I 



187 




MaryS. Kennedy. A.B.T. 
Thomasville, N. C. 



Carol Lancashire. A.B.T. 
Somerset, Mass 



Virginia Lanier. A.B.T. 
Lexington. N. C. 




Nancy Leper, A.B.T. 
Aiken. S. C. 



lit mine J. Loll. A.B.T 
llaiiinionlon. N. J. 



Rachel Miller. A.B.T. 
Winston-Salem. N. C 



Kay A. Mooncy. A.B.T. 
High Point,' N. C. 




M. Carolyn Moses. A.B.T. 
Franklin, N. C. 



Judy Musgrave, A.B.I . 

Lexington. N. C. 



Linda Lou Neighbors, A.B.T. 
High Point. N.C. 



AnnOulland. A.B.T. 
Pikeville, N. C. 




Carol L Parker. A.B.T. 
High Point. N. C. 



Ellen Reed. A.B.T. 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 



Mennie B. (titter, A.B.T. 
Robbins. N. C. 




Jane Way Saunders, A.B.T. 
High Point, N. C. 



Jovee I. Shipley. A.B.T. 
Beltvville. Md. 



Anita F. Smith. A.B.T. 
High Point, N. C. 



Martha Smithey, A.B.T. 
North Wilkesboro. N. C. 





Patrieia Southard. A.B.T. 
High Point. N. C. 



Lindal.ee Tysor. A.B.T. 
Aslicboro. N. C. 



Jane Van Anda. A.B.T. 
Fairfax, Va. 




have Warman. A.B.T. 
High Point. N. C. 



Nancy Williams. A.B.T. 
Thomasvjlle, N. C. 



Elizabeth B. Woods. A.B.T. 
Durham. N. C. 




Martha Jayne York. A.B.T. 
Ramseur, N. C. 



Sarah A. Yow, A.B.T. 
Greensboro. N. C. 



Barbara Zakos. A.B.T. 
High Point. N. C. 



Kathleen Zeilmer. A.B.T. 
Washington, I) C. 



189 



JUNIORSJUBILANT 




Outfielder Mark Gebickc rounds first base after a rare unsuc- 
cessful trip to the plate. 



ppinjj close i to the ultimate goal of gradua- 
re absorbed in theii course 
ijoi stud} . than in previous > 

High i H irrcd in carl) Dect m- 

irrived From h >ste.n s, Inc. 

• "in; i n t N stom among 

students in the Class ol 1971. 

With much ol the i i For his Future, the 

Juniors look Forward to n u as the end ol .1 

tioi 




TOP: Jim Monoghan. Vice President; 
Sally Auman. Secretary. 
BOTTOM Linda Hinkleinan. Treasurer; 
Bill Komegay. President. 



190 



OVER CLASS RINGS 




Marilyn Hughes, Bobbie Yates. Barb Atlred. and Barb Overman Survey the 
scene from up-top. 





Steve Hornberger rests from Econ to catch up on the latest home 
happenings. 



Umpires Wendy Duda and Charlie Wharton offi- 
ciate the powder-puff game with assistance from 
■W'azf Bill Webb. 



191 



-.1 




Orientation Committee scans a new crop of freshmen. 



Suzanne Arnold 
Pompano Beach. I la. 




Sallv Au man 
Reidsville, N. C. 



Barbara A llred 
Durham. N. C. 



Susan A llred 
Concord. N. C. 



Gary Austin 
Rumllcman. N. C. 



Hugh Barnes 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 



Margaret A mberg 
Bethlehem, Pa. 




Lynn Beach 
Salisbury. Md. 



192 




Jane Bell 
Fullon, Mo. 



Gregory Bolton 
Greensboro, N. C. 




Marsha Blaek 
Thomasville, N. C. 



James Blake 
Candor, N. C. 




Kalhy Boucher 
Lanham, Md. 



Dennis Bowleg 
Seabrook, Md, 



John Boles 
High Point, N ( 




Dori Brewer 
Silver Spring, Md. 



Mike Brown 

Asheboro, N. C. 





Susan Brown 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Edwin Bryant 
Thomasville, \ ( 



Marty b'roystad attentively studies a prospective class ring. 



193 



Pain C'alii »i 
Springfield, Va. 







Greg Burrow 
High Point, N. C 



/Jan./ Bit./ 
Huh Point. N. C. 




Michael Carle 
Wilmington, Del, 




John Caplamdcs 
High Point. N. C. 




Corn/ Charles 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



/>>« llickey paces 440 win. 




Suzanne Chisholm 
Rockingham, N. C. 



Coro/ Clause 
Greensboro. N. C. 



194 





m M 4 4 



Dennis Conner 
High Point. N. C. 



Nancy Craig 
Siler City, N. C. 




James Crawford 
Pikeville, N. C. 



Rosanne Cunningham 

Wilmington, Del. 



Maria Dockery 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Linda Doss 
Stuart, Va. 




M*,h*> 




Angela Da I ton 
High Point. N. C. 



Stephen Deal 
High Point. N. C. 



Kathy Denver 
\\ ilmington, Del. 




Benton Dry 
Albemarle. N. C. 




Wendy Duda 
Alexandria, Va. 



Nancy Easterling 

Charlotte. N. C. 



Joe Ellington, Jr. 
High Point. N. C. 



Becky Elliott 
High Point, \ ( . 



195 



Nancy Forshier 
Springfield, Va. 





Patrick Gibson 
High Point, N ( 



Charles Golf) 
Mc Lean, Va. 




Susan Kulcr 
Silver Spring, Md. 



William Frazier 
Greensboro, N. C. 



George Freeze 
Wenonah, N. J. 



Nancy Gaither 
Statesville, N. C. 



Mark Gebicke 
Adelplu. Md. 





Jane Fitzgerald 
Charlotte. N. C. 




A lice Fun 
Midland, N. C. 




Becki Gibbs 
Marion. N. C. 




44* A*iM 



Ellen Grassi 
Little Neck, N. Y. 



Katliy Green 
Danville. Va. 



Woody Griffin 
Greensboro. N. C. 



196 




Catlileen (Irob 
Penns Grove, N. J. 





Ramah Hall 
Jamestown, N. C. 



City Lake picnics are an escape from Caulfield's Delicatessen. 




Carol Hamlin 
Washington, D. C. 



Helen Hancock 
Lexington, N. C. 




Tim Harbin 
Salisbury. N. C. 



Frank Hartlenslein 
Somerville, N. J. 



Susan Haynes 
Reidsville, N. C. 



197 




Jan Hayworth 
High Point, N. C. 



Betty llazclctt 
High Point, N. C. 



Charlene HeJrick 

Winslon-Salcni, N. C. 



George Hendren 
Rockvillc, Md. 




Barbara Herman 
Portland. Pa 



Doris Priee 

I honiasv illc. \ I 



Sally Hill 
Charlotte, N. C. 





I.iihla Hinklcman 
Cary, N. C. 



G.D.I, s enjoy another scrumptuous lunch. 



198 




Beth Holcomb 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Stephen Homberger 
Rockville, Md. 



Marilyn Hughes 
Whispering Pines, N. C. 



Carolyn Humphries 
Alexandria, Va. 




Steven Hunter 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Daren Hutchinson 
Asheville, N. C. 



Gilbert Hvatt 
La Plata. Md. 




Denise Irwin 
High Point, N. C. 



John Irwin 
Sparta, N. C. 



.1 nna Jessup 
Mt. Airy, N. C. 



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Janice Johnson 
Greensboro, N. C. 






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Catherine Jones 
High Point. N. C. 



Russell Jones 
Livingston, N. J. 



Joseph Kearns 
Asheboro, N. C. 



Thomas King 
Wilmington. Del. 



Larry Johnson 
Mt. Airy. N. C. 



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Namy Kirkman 
Greensboro. N. C. 



Bill Kornegay 

( iieensboro, N. C. 



Phyllis /.amy 
Monroe, N. C. 



//. G. Leng, "' 
Yardley, Pa. 



Michael Lewis 
Baltimore, Md. 




Thomas Union 
Norrislown. Pa. 





Ncal Loman 
Greensboro. N. C. 



Billy Long 
Denlon, N. C. 



Lynda Long 
Forestville, Md. 




Ronald Lort 
Elkton, Md. 



Bob Lowery 
Springfield. Va. 



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James Luedeke 
Wilmington, Del. 



Lynne Lupton 
Arlington, Va. 





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Charles Golf]' throws the long bomb. 




(iail Mabe 
Ridge way, Va. 



Linda McCrary 

Thomasville, N. C. 



R I.. McClellan 
I ast Hartford, Conn. 




Corkie WcCorkle 
Newark, Ohio 




BUI McFarland 
Harlly. Del. 




Mike Mauley 
High Point, N. C. 



Patsv Martin 
High Point. N. C. 



Trudy Matheny 

Forest City, N.C. 



A'<m Mattocks 
High Point. N. C. 



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Lois Mayer 
Newark, Del. 



Sheila Melton 
Danville, Va. 



Angela Miller 
Hopewell, Va. 



Dennis Miller 
Altoona, Pa. 




David Mitcham 
High Point. N. C. 



Jim Monaghan 
Manchester, Conn. 



Hazel Mooney 
Trinity, N. C. 





Christy Moore 
Richmond, Va. 



Gary Moore 
Greensboro. N. C. 





Carol Myrick 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Ken Sad 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Gary Norman 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Phil Sorwood 
High Point, N. C. 



Wanda Ogden 
Roanoke Rapids. N. C. 



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Nancy Patterson 

Alexandria, Va. 



Melinda Peabody 
Princeton. N. J. 



Outfielder Murk Gebicke, alias Frank Howard, takes a mighty swing 
at the ball. 




Mary Petree 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Joseph Petrone 
New Brunswick, N. J. 



Paula Pipes 
Alexandria, Va. 



Ronald Pitt man 
Greensboro, N. C. 




Nancy Powell 
High Point. N. C. 



A Ian Pratlier 
High Point. N. C. 



Rodney Prevail 
High Point. N. C. 



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Curtis Quakenbush 
Graham. N. C. 



Linda Reed 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 




Edward Reid 
Thomasville, N. C. 



Jean Rich 
Asheboro, N. C. 



Patrick Richardson 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 




Wanda Roark 
Martinsville. Va. 



Lois Rogers 
Clifton, N. i. 



Catherine Rushing 
Newport News, Va. 



Bob Samuel 
Alexandria, Va. 




Ronald Schoeffler 
Amsterdam, N. Y. 



Wayne Schoenhut 
Seaside Park. N. J. 



Ann Scott 
High Point, N. C. 



Judy Scott 
lekyll Island, Ga. 



Vicki Seay 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 



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Earl Senger 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Tom Sharp 
High Point, N. C. 



Nancy Shechan 
Allentown. Pa. 



Rick Shumate 

Greensboro. N. C. 



Carole Simmons 
Pilot Mountain, N. C. 




Donald Smith 
Morganton, N. C. 



Jeannie Smith 
Deep Run, N. C. 



John Smith 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Paul Smith 
High Point, N. C. 





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Betsy Snead 
Decatur, Ga. 



/. C. Sossoman 
Morganton, N. C. 






David Springer 
New Canaan, Conn. 



Nim Stear 
Philadelphia. Pa. 



Bruce Scheaffer and Junior, Wendy Diula stop and relax for a few 

minutes at the campus snack bar. 



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David Sieves 
High Point. N. C. 



Joan Still 
Mount Airy, N. C. 



Sandra Stokes 
Linwood, N. C. 




Peggy Sutherland 
Rehoboth beach. Del. 



Dale Swilzer 
lladdon Heights, N. J. 




Travis Tabor 
Vienna. Va. 



Elsie Tate 
Pfafftown, N. C. 




Douglas Taylor 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 




Samuel Turner 
Lexington. N. C. 




Pat Tnitty 
Pompano Beach, I la. 



Linda Von Cannon 
High Point, N. C. 



Harry Wagner 
High Point, N. C. 




Becky Waller 
High Point. N. C. 



Ann Washburn 
Arlington, Va. 



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Bill Webb 
Greenbelt. Md. 



Gary Wegner 
Greensboro. N. C. 



Rosalind Welbom 
High Point, N. C. 



Austin West 
Greensboro, N. C. 




Charles Wharton 
Ruffin, N. C. 









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Nancy White 
High Point, N. C. 



Daivi/ Mitcham puis the shot. 




Sue Willis 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Suzanne Wilson 
Pottstown, Pa. 



Paula Wirtli 
Arlington, Va. 



Gayle Woodward 
Greensboro. N.C. 



Bobbie Yates 
Linthicum, Md, 



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SOPHOMORES 





Sophomores adorne some fresh- 
men with those beautiful 
striped beanies. 



STANDING: Larry Breeden, President; Ken Shook. Vice President. 
SITTING: Jan Henry, Secretary; Ken Beck, Treasurer. 



Opening the year on the right foot, the Sophomores provided 
adequate leadership foi the Frosfi Orientation program The class 
officers earned the righl to tntagonize the freshmen with th 
beautiiul stuped beanies. 

istration labs, accounting I nglish Lit, and 

choosing a major occupy the days and nights of .1 I ph 

Many of the class members find it fun to advise and misadvise the 
freshmen, becau d veterans of the college 

academic batl 

Characteristi ol th< secom the sophomore slump 

and this 1 lass had il the same a 1 .ill others but lasted through to think 
tier things in th< 



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SURVIVE SLUMP 





Many Sophomore girls manage to escape from Women's Hall and rise to the "high 
rent" districts, however a Jew must remain to console the lowly Freshmen. 







Cindy Foster's neatly decora ted room exemplifies Soph, 
mores ' ingenuity. 



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Fiats show despair over track meet defeat. 




Jeri Adair 
Alexandria, Va. 
Mary Anderson 
High Point, N. C. 



Charles A llan 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Cleve Anthony 

Greensboro. V ('. 



David Allgood 

Mebane, N. C. 

Linda Armstrong 

Charlotte, N. C. 



John Allred 

Monroe, N. C. 

Linda Bagby 

Annandale, Va. 




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Dave Baird, Jr. 


Beverly Baker 


Hillsborough, N. C. 


Westminster. Md. 


Bobbi Bollinger 


Evelyn Barlow 


Ashland, N. J. 


Lenoir, N. C. 


Thomas Barrows 


James Beaulieu 


Bellsville, M.I 


East Hartford, Conn 


Kenneth Beck 


Sharon Beck 


Whippany, N. J. 


High Point, N. C. 


Nancy Bedle 


Glenna Bellinger 


Matawan, N. J. 


Hyattsville, Md, 



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William Carlin 
Ml. Lakes. N. J. 
Deborah Chappell 

Charlotte. N. C. 

Alice Child 
Hyattsville, Md. 



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Calvin Cobb 

Millville, N. J. 

Sara Crawley 

\\ inston-Salem, N. C. 

Gary Davis 

Sophia. N. C 



Loinane Dims 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Sheldon Dawson 

Salisbury, Md. 
.ton- Davraull 
Charlotte. N. C. 




Thomasville. N. C. 

Phillip Bonkemeyer 

Asheboro. N. C. 

Denisc Brcneman 

Columbia. Md. 

Shirley Brown 

Kernersville, N. C. 

Nathan Caglc 
Wilmington. Del. 



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Sharon Blackburn 

Jonesville, N. C. 

Larry Breed en 

Arlington. Va. 

Robert Brown 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Helen Browning 

Charlotte. N. C. 

Diane Carden 

Durham, N. C. 




Parking spaces prove a problem on H.P.C. campus 



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Carolyn Dean 
Cambridge, Md. 

Eugene Dean 

Burtonsville, Md. 
Leslie Dickerson 
\\ ilmington, Del. 

Chalk's Dietrich 
College Park. Md. 
Nancy Donaldson 
Westiield. N. J. 



Mariha Doningtoit 
Chatham, N. J. 

Michael Dorset! 

Asheboro, N. C. 

Neely Dowall 
Ocean Cily, N. J. 
Nancv Dyer 
Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J. 
Barbara Earle 
Bethcsda. Md. 



Joy b'gan 
Woonsocket, R. I. 
David Eichlin 
Plemington, N. J. 
Clifton Eisele. Ill 
Cheverly, Md. 
Pamela Elliott 
Ft. Lauderdale, Ha. 
Jane Evans 
High Point, N. C. 







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Pal Ezzell 
Kemersvjlle. N. C. 
Debbie Freeman 
High Point. N. C. 




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Charles Pagan 
La Plata, Md 

Kenneth p'urman 

Rockville, Md. 

Barbara Gheen 

Leesburg. Va. 



Vicki Ferris 

Chatham, N. J. 

Jerry Harmon 

Matthews, N. C. 

Robert Gilliland 

Arlington. Va. 



Peggy Fillastre 
Lakeland. Fla. 
Wiley Garrett 

Indian Trail, N. C. 
Jane Goodwin 

Landover Hills, Md. 





And the fountain flowed forever? 




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Susan Greenhaugh 


Sieve Gregory 


Harrington, Del. 


Morganton, N. C. 


Fred Grice 


David Grinstead 


Stanley. N. C. 


Snow Camp. N. C 


Sharon Groce 


EJ Grime 


High Point, N. C. 


Takoma Park, Md 


Karen Hallberg 


Linda Hamlin 


Claymont, Del. 


State Road. N. C. 


Janet Hampton 


Tricia Harness 


Savannah, Ga. 


Raleigh. N. C. 




Gary Hailing 
Wilmington, Del. 

Susan Hastings 

Bethel, Del, 
Stephen Haugh i 
Hyattsville, Md, 



Richard Hawkins 
Roanoke Rapids. N. C. 

Larry Hedrick 
High Point. N. C. 
Bill Hegland 

Minneapolis. Minnesota 



Jan Henry 
Glen Rock. N. J. 
Alexis Hmkle 
Welcome. N. C. 
Cmdie Horn 
Wilmington. Del. 



Charles Huffman 
Fairfax, Va. 

Bob Joiner 
Silver Spring. Md. 
Dianne Junes 
Elizabeth City. N. C. 



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Michael June-, 

Jamestown, N. C. 

William Kearns 

Badin, N. C. 

John Koven 

Noblesville, Ind. 

Donny Lambeth 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Carol Ligon 

Sandy Spring, Md. 



Joyce Jowdy 


Gregory Kaylor 


Dotty Lovell 


Kenneth Lyon 


George McColley 


Danbury, Conn. 


1 inkxburg. Md. 


Ridgewood. N. J. 


Lexington. N. C. 


Wilmington. Del. 


Geok Lan Khoo 


Kristin Koolage 


Pat McDowell 


Susan McGeogh 


Robert McKinney 


Penang, Malaysia 


Arnold. Md 


High I'oint. N. C. 


Silver Spring. Md. 


Forest City. N. C. 


Jane Knight 


Donald La Mar 


Earl Mackintosh 


Judith Malany 


Sonny Melrose 


Norlma. N. C. 


High Point, N. C. 


Bethesda, Md. 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


Baltimore. Md. 


Hill Leslie 


Jane Libby 








Morganlon, N. C. 


Burtonsville, Md. 








Pat Lissenden 


Clill Lloyd 








Ridgewood, N. J. 


Arlington. Va. 









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Jim Miller 


Wilbur Mis/toe 


Richard Monaco 


Livingston, N. J. 


High Point, N. C. 


Seaford. Del. 


Beverly Moon 


Micliaela Mudre 


Pamela Myrick 


High Point. N. C. 


Arlington, Va. 


High Point. N. C. 


Anne Navarro 


Wendy Neff 


Palsy Newman 


Baltimore, Md. 


Mt. Holly Springs, Pa. 


High Point. N. C. 


Mike Nifong 


Terry Oldaker 


Jerry O'Xal 


Winston-Salem, N. C. 


Trenton, N. C. 


Silver Spring, Md. 


Janet Overgaard 


William Pappas. Jr. 


Ralph Peck 


Springfield, Va. 


Middletown, N. J. 


Falls Chureh, Va. 




Gaylon Peel 
High Point, V C. 

• Pcim 
Perth AmBoy, N. J. 



Lydia I'ciuv 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Barbara Phillips 
Lexington, N. C. 



James Pierce 
Rock Hill. S. C. 
John Pizzadili 
I ellon, Del. 



Jacqueline Pobletls 

Randallstown. Md. 
David Poole 
Mt. Airy, N. C. 



Nancy Powell 
Silver Spring. Md. 
Mike Ray 
Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J. 



Darlene Real 
Kensington. Md. 
Dawn Reynolds 
Durham. N. C. 



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Chet Riches 
\\ jlmington, Del. 
Sue Robinson 
Wilmington. Del. 
Ja\ ier Sanjines 
Bethesda, MU. 



Linda Shipe 
Potomac, Md. 
Kenneth Shook 
Baltimore, Md. 
Valeria Shumake 
Stokesdale, N. C. 
Edward Sink 
Kemersville, N. ('. 



. \nne Slaughter 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Christine Smalley 
Pittsfield, Mass. 

Maine Smith 
Baltimore, Md. 

Joyce Smith 
I renton, N. J. 



Katliy Smith 
Colfax, N. C. 
Martha Smith 
Greensb< iro, N. C. 
Michael Smith 
Salisbury, Md. 
Ken Spivey 
High Point, N. C. 



Hi mine Schroder 
Livingston, N. J. 
Ginny Scoggins 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Neal Sebastian 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Norman Seidel 
Essex, Md. 
Mary Amu- Shaw 
Westfield, N. J. 
Richard Sherwood 
Greensboro, N C. 










Juanila Spoon 

Burlington. N. C. 

Judy Steer 

AltaVista, Va. 
Robert Steinberg 

Seabrook. Md. 

Linda S temple 
Pennington. N. J. 
Kathleen Stillman 

Alexandria. Va. 



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MM" I 



Several H.P.C. faculty members participate in the Vietnam Moratorium. 




other Stinchcomb 
McDaniel, Md. 

James Taylor 
Gastonia, N. C. 
Douglas Traeey 
Arlington, Va. 
Rick Twichell 
Linwood. N. J. 
Charles Verrill 
Harwich, Mass. 



Jane Swanson 

Villanova, Pcnn. 

Sheryl Thompson 

Annapolis. Md. 

Tom Trotter 

Columbus, Ga. 

Joan Vanderwerker 

Tenafly. N. J. 

Charles Vogel 

Whippany. N. J. 




Michael Waggoner 
High Point. N. C. 
Bruce Walker 
Morganton, N. C. 
/va Walker 
Hillsborough, N. C. 



Jean Wenk 
Alexandria, Va. 
Thomas Werts 
Thomasville, N. C. 

Phyllis Weyraugh 
Alexandria, Va. 



Dianne Wlutt 
Greensboro. N. C. 
Lynne Williams 
Alexandria. Va. 

Wendy Williams 

Alexandria. Va. 



Barbara York 
High Point. N. C. 
Portia York 
Asheboro, N. C. 
John Young 
ReidsvUle, N. C 



217 



FRESHMEN FIND FRIENDS, 



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Orientation this year was complete in all details 
from placement tests to a party at the End Zone in 
Greensboro. The frosh were treated to the best social 
atmosphere of the entire year during their first week 
on the campus. 

Beanies, Greek rush, intramurals. Biology labs, li- 
brary orientation and Dr. Myrick's Math 141 math 
tests will always be remembered by the Class of 1973. 



■* '^jt^WB^SL «JI 




Gerry Ian Hoy, Treasurer; Robert Messick, President; Molly 
Wetmore, Secretary. 




Freshmen find first food fine, hut as the semester progresses their enthusiasm fizzles. 



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FUN, AND FRUSTRATION 




Student Union \ orientation was highly successful 




THE STUDENT UNION SAYS... 

WELCOME NEW STUDENTS TO 



Ken Beck leads the mighty Sophomores in the beanie 
capping ceremony. 





Freshman coeds enjoy listening to Dr. Mamey. their first Finch Lecturer. 



219 



Kristina Alikanian 
Arlington, Va. 
Titnonthy Haitian Allen 
Mocksvil'le, N. C. 
Edward Amyot 
Fairport, N, Y. 
Carol Lynn Aran 
Newtown, Pa. 
Euvona Bach 
Sophia. N. C. 



Carolyn Halil 
Alexandria. Va. 
Richard A. Barker 
\\ inston-Salem, N. C. 
Thomas Bales 
Rome. N. Y. 
Thomas Beasley 
High Point, N.C. 

Catherine Becker 
Silver Spring, Md 




Rebecca Benedict 
Penn Yan. N. Y. 
Linda Blue 
La Plata. Md. 
Mary Bone 
Seagiove, N. C. 
Doug Bottn/iiin 
Sevema Park. Md. 
Lynn Bowman 
Fairfax, Va. 



Lynn Brandon 
Lexington, N. C. 

Ann Brewer 
Siler City. N. C. 
Joseph Bridges 
Charlotte. N. C. 
Jo Jane Broadway 
Marshville. N. C. 
Lome Brooks 

llerndon, Va. 



Susan Brown 

Asheboro, N. C. 
Janel Brugger 
Madison, N. J. 

Laurie Burgess 

Camp Springs, Md. 

Cheryl Carmichael 
Palmyra. N. J. 
Libby Chaney 
Wingate, N. C. 



Gail Chipman 
Virginia Beach. Va. 
Annette Chriseo 
Seagrove. N. C. 
Susan Cline 
Arlington. Va. 
Suzanne Cochran 
Asheboro. N. C. 
Mary Comer 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 




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Christine Cook 

Nantucket, Mass 
Morgan i Cook 
■•alls Church, Va. 
Richard Cook 
High Point, N ( 
Stevt Cooper 
High Point. N ( 

Carol Car Inn 

Silver Spring, Md 



Peggy Couch 

Alexandria. Va. 
Suzanne Coward 
Murphy, N C. 
Will/am Crouse 
Kemersville. N. C. 

I/oca O///1 

Gold Hill, N. C. 
Karliv Curry 
Leesburg. Va. 



Slurry Dailforth 
I remoni, N. II. 
/o/tJI Daslikavich 

Na\esink, N. .1. 

Lloyd Davis. Ill 

(lien Ann. Md. 
Slurry Davis 

Bcthesda, Md 
Gary DeRemer 
High Bridge, N. J. 



I 'irginia Dix 
Salisbury, Md. 
James Downs 
Marlow Heights. Md. 
William Dunn 
Whippany. N. J. 
I'al Dul Ian 
Newark, Del. 
.•lii» Dykes 

l rislield, Md 





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Kilty Ellis 

Nashville. Tenn. 

Carolyn limbrcy 

Arlington. Va. 



Linda Elmore 

Lawndale, N. C. 
Edwin t>ans 
Bcthesda. Md. 



Two students are eauglit in a brief academic moment. 



221 



Patricia /-.ram 
Bethesda, Md. 
Janet Fishet 
w inston-Salem, N. C 
Janice Fletcher 
Arlington, Va 
Rick Foelber 
I imonium, Md. 
Karen h'orbes 
Gastonia, N. C. 



Peggy Franklin 
Neptune City, N. J. 
David Fulcher 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Andrea Gabriel 
( olonial Heights, Va. 
Paul Gerhard l 
Ml I can. Va. 

Rex Gibbs 
Asheville, N ( 



Cindy Gill 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Michael Gillespie 
Mebane, N. C. 
Robert (lilman 
Williamsville, N. Y. 
Mary Gladney 
Vienna. Va. 
Gay Glisson 
Charlotte, \ ( 



Nelson Goolsby 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Andrea Goitmas 
IJclhcs>la. Md. 

Wayne Green 
Claymont. Del. 
Bob Gregg 
Wilmington, Del. 
l.ida Guion 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Joyi e (Sunn 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Carol Haggard 
New port New \. Va 
Elizabeth Hagood 
I'alls Church, Va 
Paul I familial 

Concord, N. C. 
Donna Harbinson 
Hickory, N.C. 



Leslie Harding 
Vienna. Va 
Joyt e Hare 
Robbins. N ( 
Linda Haworth 
Wilmington, Del. 
Minum Helderman 
\\ inston-Salem, N C. 
Bill Hendrix 
Charlotte, N I 




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Dave Mitcham sets Itis siglits on the fence. 




James limit. Jr 
High I'oinl, N. ('. 
Lucy Hill 
Snow Camp, .\ ( 
Walter Hill 
Salisbury, N. C, 
Judith Hooker 
Ashcboro. N. C. 
Jeanne Hotes 

l'tmic Vedra Beach, l-la. 



Shirley Huffman 
I airfax. Va. 
Joseph Hughes 
Asheboro, N ( 
Kathy Hughes 
Eatonlown, N. J. 
Dale T. Irwin 
Wilmington, Del. 
Joan Israel 
High Pom l. N ( 



Suzanne Jensen 
Wist Berlin, Ger. 
Dana Johnson 
Rockville, Md. 
Debbie Johnson 
Kannapolis, N. C. 
Mike Johnson 
Kensington, Md. 
Ted Johnson 
High Point. N. C. 



Sue Johnson 
Malverne. N. V 
Sydney Johnson 
I jIK Church, Va. 

denize Jones 
Wilmington. Del. 

Jeanelle Jones 

Oxon Hill, Md. 
Carol Kane 
Falls Church, Va 



Pain Kerns 
High Point, N. C 
Sally Kemp 
Baltimore, Mil 
John Kendig 
Salem, Va. 
John Kiem 
Chatham. N J 
Test Kilmartin 
Lovingston. Va. 



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Thomas Kineaid 
Miami, I la. 
Joan Kirchgessner 
Succasunna, N. J. 
/•.i'<r Kirkland 
Bethesda. Maryland 
Tern Lee Kirkman 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Helmi Koedam 
Wyekoff, N. J. 



Richard Drew Koemer 

Char lot lo. N. C. 
Karl h' Korener, III 
Orlando, lla. 
Lynne Kull 
Malvernc, N. Y. 
James Lagos 
Wheaton, Md. 
Debbie Landrum 
Wilmington, Del, 



Linda Ruth Laws 
Show Mill. Md. 
Kathleen day Lee 
Thomasville, N. C. 
Vicki Lenza 
Wilmington. Del. 
Leslie Leonard 
Statesville, N. C. 
Belli Lewis 
Baltimore. Md. 



Trisha Lineberger 
Lincolnton, N. C. 
Richard A. Lilchford III 
Wilmington, Del. 



Debbie Logan 
Denton. Md 
Sherry Jean Lokey 
Salisbury. Md. 



Laurel Lopatnikov 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Ronny Edward Lowe 
Kernersvillc, N. C. 




224 Blonde hair and a beanie, what more could Judy Sim- 

mons pray for? 




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Amy McAtister 
Piscatawaj . \ i 
Jeanne McCauley 
Denton, Md 

VlcCormick 
I alls i hurch, Va 

l/i ( • „■, kt ii 
Pineville, Ky. 
Jane McHlvany 
Arlington, Va. 



Hill M 

Rockville, Md. 

Jovce '/( Ghee 

High Point. N. I 

Patricia Mozt He UcKinnex 

( ireensboro, N < 

Bruce M 

Oxford, ( onn 

Virginia G Maddox 

Greensboro, N i 




Shirley Maidei 
Roxboro, N i 
Barbara Maness 
Carthage, N ( 
Noel Marks 
North Plainfield, N. 3. 
Raymond Martin 
Winston-Salem, N ( 
William Martin 
WIkmI. hi. Mil 



Debra Mead 
Gaithersburg, Md. 
Beverly Mechell 
Claymont, Del. 
• ,r, g Merhige 
Gaithersburg, Md 
Robert Messick 
Silver Spring, Md. 
ClifJ Meualf 
Arlington, Va. 



Brenda Minor 
Mebane, N. C. 
Suzanne Moody 
Pompano Beach, Fla. 
Charles Moore 
IIil'Ii Point, N < 
Richard Moore 
Camp Springs, Md, 
Pat iforiey 
Bethesda, Md. 



Pamela Morion 

Burlington. N. C. 

Hunger 
Vrnold, Md. 
Lloyd Miuiro 
I oresl Heights, Md. 

Vahigyan 
Mattapoisett, Mass. 
Carol Norman 
Olney, Md. 



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June Nunnery 
Montpelier, Vi. 



Dun O'Connor 

Meadville, Pa. 




.1 s classes begin, beaks are forgotten. 



Dennis Otle) 
Northampton. Mass. 
Frances " \ < al 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C 
John Page 
Silvei Spring, Md 
Sherry Pardue 
Rurai Hall, N. (.'. 
Mary Patterson 
High Point, N I 



Bobbie Peterson 
Silver Spring, Mil 
Mike Pfa]} 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 
Juliannc Pineo 
Kingston. N. II. 
Robert Pittman 
Roanoke. Va 
Cheryl Pitts 
Glen Alpine, N. C, 



Karen Poel 
Wilmington. Del 
Hanson Poland 
Small Ifilin.ii. \ I 
Donald Poinmer 
Kensington, Md, 
Douglas Poorman 
Winston-Salem, N C. 
Susan Potter 
Sahsburj . Mil 



Alan Prosise 
Arlington, Va. 
Kuih I'm , 
I ellii •' Plains, Icnn. 
Robert Pritchard 
Baltimore, Md. 
Pat Quackcnbusli 
Wyckoff, N. J. 
Mary \mi l<<:ii<m 
Rockville, Md 




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L'l 



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A^tsdt 







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(Catherine Raper 
High Point. N. C. 
Michael Reese 
Connersville, I ml. 

Carol Reid 

Cleveland, N I 

Robbm Reynolds 
Wilmington. Del. 
Bill Rice 
Colfax, N. C. 



William Ridings 
Wilmington. Del. 
Randy Ripple 
Asheville, N. C. 
tjm Ruhr 
Burlington, N ( 
Rosemary Ritter 
Robbins! N. C. 
Frances Roach 
Lexington, N. C. 



Diane Roberts 
Pennsauken, N. J. 
Jeanelte Roberts 

W jlmil Cove. N. C. 
Michael Robbins 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 
Deanna Ross 

Fredericksburg, Va. 

Charles Sanders. Jr. 

Lynchburg, Va. 



Barbara Savage 
Bishopville, Md. 
Kenneth Schaus 
Garden City. N. Y 

1'iiA'i Scheufele 
Arlington, Va. 
Debra Sclimelzer 

luquay-Varina. N. C. 

Judith Schneider 
Kensington, Md. 



Sara Schuclcr 

Seaford, Del. 

Debbie Searing 

Livingston, N. J. 
Belly Scott 
Arlington, Va. 

Sarah Scott 
Greensboro. N. C. 
Lynn Scruggs 
Camp Lejeune, N. C. 



I. en Selvaggio 
Allison Prk, Pa. 
David Settlemyre 
High Point, N. C. 

Julia Shepherd 

High Point. N. C. 
Judy Simmons 
Pilot Mountain, N, C. 

'impson 
I aston, Md. 



227 



James Smale 
Kensington, Mil 
A ilila Smith 
Severn;i Park, Md 
Bill Smith 
Downingtown, Pa. 
Wayne Smith 
Jacksonville, I la. 
Sue Smith 
Wheaton, Md 



Anne Snow 
Mount Airy, N. C. 
Debbie Snow 
Hallandale. I la. 
Dave Solomon 
Rockville, M.I 
Karla Sorensen 
Arlington, Va. 
Debby Stamper 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Deloris Sterling 
Silver Spri 111;. Md. 
Susan Stockbridge 
Kingsport, Tenn. 
Shari Stiles 
Abaco. Bahamas 
Carol Stints 
Lexington. N. C. 
Jerry Sutton 
Ridgely, Md 




Steve Tagg 
Northfield, N. J 
Rohm /'albert 
Forest City, N. C. 
Russell Taylor 

Fast Norwich, N. Y. 
John Iilton 
I airfax, Va. 
Peggy nomas 
lli-li Point, N. C. 



John Thompson 

Norwood, N. C. 
Mary Thompson 
( ireensboro, N. C. 
Pamela Thompson 
Martinsville, N. J. 
Franees Thorpe 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Carolyn Tiee 
Woodbury Heights, N. J 



Jerry Todd 
Charlotte. N. C. 
Michael In,, v 
High Point, N. C, 
Denise I nglesbee 
Olney, Md. 
Peter I 'chno 
South River. N. J. 
Charles Vance 
Bethesda, Md. 




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4 4TV 



Gerry I Vw A/ur 
Union Grove. N. C. 
Sara Vestal 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Edward I ogler, Jr. 
Advance, N. C. 
Robert Vol; 
Kensington, Md. 
GVwr Walher 
High Poinl. N. C. 



.Sio// Walker 
High Point. N i 
/-/•,,/,//<• h W/ 
Mocksville, N. C. 
flos-e £Yfoi li'a/7 
Atlantis Beach, N. C. 
Jon Werner 
Rockville. Md. 
Molly Wetmore 
Woodleal. N. C. 



Rosemary Wheeler 
New Carrollton, Md. 
Sandra Whitfield 
Colonial Heights, Va. 
Libby Wilhoil 
Greensboro. N. C. 
Rabble Wnodside 

Alexandria, Va. 
Paul Woodward 
Rockville, Md. 



Dianne Wright 

Herndon. Va. 
David Wyatt 
Danville. Va. 
Barbara Wyckofj 
Matawan, N. J. 
Joe Yacyshyn 
Wilmington, Del. 
Mary Yates 
C'hadbourn, N. C. 




229 



All impromptu team had a ball. 




Compliments 
of 



COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 



of 
Higli Point, North Carolina 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1970 



HIGH POINT ENTERPRISE 



High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments 
of 

FARMERS DAIRY 



JOHN NURNEY INSURANCE CO. 



842 South Main Street 

High Point. North Carolina 

Phone - 885-4169 




Students often must rush to reach eleven o 'clock classes on time after assembly. 



230 





10:30 A.M. mail call finds fresh fondling many memories of 
"good ole home". 



The Student Center steps may be chosen as the location for 
a moment 's relaxation. 








Compliments 
of 

Mrs. Webb and the Staff 
of the 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE BOOK STORE 



231 



A new organization elicits response. 



HERITAGE' 

a living tradition in furniture 

Mutr-ci H'Ksiivu co, higb kiht, moitb cakowa 





"JTobiasI 





ATTENTION 



■ 






, i-s 






Marcher **£ 
/ouse 




/)« appropriated sign contributes to the beauty of a 

flower bed. 



232 



CLONIGER 
BUICK-OLDS CO. 



OPEL 



121 National Highway 



Thomasville, North Carolina 



HOME OF THE 
MINI-BRUTE 



Compliments of 

NORTH DAVIDSON 
MEAT PROCESSORS 

Route 10, Jones Road 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 

A. C. Miller 
Owner and Operator 

Phone 788-9008 



Lights provide near daylight for thai midnight kiss. 




Phone 882-3210 

CAMEL PAWN SHOP. INC. 

"Home of Low Prices" 

211 N. Main St. 
High Point, N. C. 



BURGER-CHEF 

1 91 2 S. Main 
High Point. N. C. 



233 



TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 
400 South Main 
High Point, N. C. 



«*£ 




K ll 



Compliments 
of 



PIEDMONT SAVINGS AND LOAN 

Main Street 
High Point, N. C. 



SECHREST FUNERAL SERVICE 



Serving This Community Since 1897 

1301 East Lexington Ave. 
Telephone 882-2555 



Member by Invitation 
NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS 



Jim Monaghan makes one last lunge for the ball. 



NORTH STATE TELEPHONE COMPANY 



Established 1895 
1 1 1 North Main 
High Point. N. C. 



234 



Even McCulbch Hall (below) looks better in the s 



snow. 













*£ 



^ 



* ■ • r 




Compliments of 



GRAY CONCRETE PIPE CO. 



Thomasville, North Carolina 



Compliments 
of 

HI-LITE FURNITURE CO. 



BOYLES AUTO PARTS CO. 

302 North Wrenn St. 
High Point. North Carolina 



STUTTS MEN'S STORE 

126 South Main Street 
Style Clothes for the College Man 




Newlv-tnade student ID. s await a bitsv rear. 



235 



Runners arc off at the sound oj the gun. 







For Finer Impressions 



HALL PRINTING COMPANY 



Established 1923 



C. DeWITT HOLTON FURNITURE CO 

817 South Main Street 

"QUALITY FURNITURE AND CARPETS" 

Phone: 883-1791 



Compliments of 

SHERATON 
HOTEL 

Headquarters for 
the College Students 

Phone:882-2511 
400 N. Main St. 




HIGH 



POINT COLLB 



a»ss< 




Return tu the campus brings news of the past. 



236 




Steve Hunter and Bob McDonald pick out an appropriate suit. 



STITH'S CLOTHING 




The thrill of victory and the agony 

of defeat . . . 



*+ 



237 



Beanies are the scourge of Freshman status. 





Life is interesting from the co-ed balcony. 




ROSE'S DEPARTMENT STORE 



Southgate Shopping Center 
1628 South Main 
High Point. N. C. 



238 



NORTH 

CAROLINA 
NATIONAL 

BANK 




MEMBER 

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



Compliments of 



CAROLYN FABRICS INC. 



High Point, N. C. 



SAUNDERS HOBBY 

AND 

TOYLAND 



College Village 
Shopping Center 




** 



Jubilant spectators view the intramural football war. 



239 



Student hopes are raised with the arrival of the morning 
mail truck. 




Compliments 
of 



CLARENDON INDUSTRIES, INC 



1673 English Rd. 
Hiali Point. North Carolina 



J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 



123 South Main Street 
High Point. North Carolina 



Compliments 
of 

DEPENDABLE REFRIGERATION, INC 



1641 North Main Streel 
High Point. North Carolina 



Jeanctte Roberts is the center o] attention at the I' I 
Majors Picnic. 




240 




Flowers enhance a secluded spot on 

campus, fh 



HIGH POINT 

BANK AND TRUST 

COMPANY 



Established 1905 

High Point, N. C. 

Member 

Federal Deposit 

Insurance Corporation 



Compliments 
of 



SCOTT GARTEN BUICK, 
INCORPORATED 



Dealership 

with the 

Persona] Touch 



Sara Schueler and Judy Schneider 
(right ) head for the student center 
for an afternoon treat. 




241 



Artistic realism is found at H.P.C. 




Wrap 



k 



4| ».- 




0/ curse the bottles were used only for medi- 
cinal purposes 



0fo£/ 2$ xSmftMmee 















Progress on campus brought refrigerators for a few lucky dorm students. 



242 



Complimetns of 



SAMUEL HYMAN JEWELER 





BUD'S SELF SERVICE 


NORGETOWN COIN-OP 


GROCERY 


Laundry and Dry Cleaning 


501 National Highway 




Thomasville, N. C. 


College Village 




Shopping Center 


"Where Friends Meet" 




The miserable mood that is associated with rainy weather 
was familiar at H.I'.C. 




McDonaio s Ccp 1968 



McDonald's 

is your kind of place/ 

Tasty food . . . Thrifty prices 

1901 N. Main Street 

High Point, N. C. 





*•■«■«■ 



I 




H.P.C. students are always "ami and collegiate". 



Flowers adorn the co-ed courtyard. 




Have you 

been in Lester's 

lately? 



LESTER'S 
JEWELERS 



High Point. Nortli Carolina 





iV J* « * 




WAKE ELECTRIC COMPANY 



2206 North Main Street 



Portrait and Commercial Photographers 



SNOW STUDIO AND CAMERA SHOP 



207 North Main Street 



Fn <sli find relief from Orientation with a picnic. 



244 




Warm weather and baseball attracts students. 



STATEWIDE INSURANCE SERVICE 

842 South Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


BEESON HARDWARE CO 

Sporting Goods Headquarters 

214 N. Main St. 
High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 



THE LILLY COMPANY 



High Point, North Carolina 



Those unlucky ones who didn't have refrigerators still had to 
depend on the elements for chilled grapejuiee. (right I 




245 




CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK 



High Point, North Carolina 




MASTER KLEEN 



247 S. Main 
1 530 N. Main 
1310 N. Centennial 
2517 S. Main 
906 N. Main 



BOB VAUGHN 
REALTY 



2401 N. Main 

High Point, 
North Carolina 

Class of "48 




Education just over the horizon . . . 



Seniors show emotion at finally graduating. 



246 




Bill Webb explodes out o) the blinks with victory in 
sight. 





CHEVROLET 



LYLES CHEVROLET CO. 

"Your Chevy Service Center" 

1800 North Main Street 

Chevrolet Chevy II 
Chevelle Corvette Camaro 



247 




SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE 

Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back 

101 S. Wrenn Street 
High Point, N. C. 



- 



A R S 



SKZLa-J 








Sears in downtown High Point 
has over 500 parking places for 
your shopping convenience. We can 
give you up to date service for your 
car and fill your wardrobe with all 
the latest styles and colors. Come in 
soon and just say "Charge it" on 
your Sears Revolving Charge. 

Phone 885-4051 

for 

All Your Everyday Needs 




Seniors sit together for the last time. 



248 



Compliments of 



ADAMS-MILLIS CORPORATION 



"MP* 




MYRTLE DESK COMPANY 



High Point. North Carolina 



WELBORN 
MOTORS 



The 
Thomasville 
Dodge Boys 



SAMPLE 
SHOE STORE 



Shoes 
for the 

entire family 



Players even provide laughs for the fans. 



249 



Adair Jen Almond 



INDEX 



Adair. Jen Almond 75.210 
8508< rowk) Place 

Afciandru Va .'.'"K 

\I)\MS MISS I 01 ISt 18 
IJI8Gu>crSl 

High Point, N I 27260 

Athenian, l.,m Bulla 103 
■*>6 Bljin Si 
High Point, \ i 

■Xiikanian Knsttna M 221* 

6024 n :5ihsi 
Arlington. Va 22207 

Alton. Charles F 210 

J«S Kipling Dr 
Greensboro. N ( 27JO? 

!//.■#.. fij^i Uy\d 164. 166 
620 Kenneth Rd 
Greensboro, "^ ' 11405 

Allen, Mark Stevens 117. 119. 120 
5026S 23rd Si 

Arlington, Vj 22206 

Allen. Timolh\ II 22<> 

Rl ) 

Mocksville. *. < 27028 

Ml I N MR V, I \\\s<>\ 1. 

906 < irete Or 

High Poini. N C 27262 

AltgOOd. David L\nn 210 
Rj I . B«>» 67 
Mcbane.N< 27302 

Alfred Barbara Jo 99, 191. 192 
1307 Leon Si . \pi I 
Ourhjm N C 17705 

Alfred. J.-hnStanlei :il> 
Ri 5. Bo. >J' 
Monroe, N < 

Hired Su<un Inn 75, 192 
im edjf l>f 

Concord, N < 2802! 
Al PHA Dl I I \ Till I\ 82-83 
\l PHA GAMMA Dl I I \ 66-67 
ALPHA PHI GAMMA 58 

\i PH \ PHI OMI <- \ M-85 

Imberg Margaret Elizabeth 78.192 
x25 Hawthorne Rd 
Bethlehem. Pj 18018 



I "homos Gerald It* 
Children*! Home 

•A inston-SjIcm. N C 

Amtot Edward J 220 

13 De»e> Vc 
Fairporl, N V 14450 

Anderson David Harold 

Ri 7 

Greensboro N< 27407 

tnderson Mart tdxihe 210 
i" Hmion St 
Winston-Salem, N « 

Anthonx Mean < 64.81, 104.210 
mm* l cungton *\>e 
Greensboro, N t 27403 

4/V*/e Marllvnne Freeman 186 
2814 Masonic Or 
Greensboro, s c 

tpplegatt Robert Edward 166 
i**u Halcyon Di 
Alexandria. Va 

Irmsirong lindat 66.210 
1 230 Brockton I .■ 
t harloite N ( 2821 1 

Unold Sutannt 75. 192 
2121 Nl Nth si 
PompjnoBcJch.rlj 33064 

l>.'<! < Qrol I. inn "0 
WoodhillRd 
Ne*lown. Pj IS"*40 



\Slll R MR I I 
151 ' McGuinn Or 
High Point, N ( 



Atkinson Barbara Let 
1518 Michaels Rd 
KKhmund. Va 23229 

■\wnan Janet Inn 55,177 
P(> B... HA 

Seagrove N« 

iwuan.Satty Reid WO, 192 
mi N Franklin Si 
Rc.d«.llc.N< 27320 

Austin, Gan Edwin 57. ioo. 192 
M0 Sunset Dr 
Rji.dlcm.in. N ( 27311 

Iwt/rn Judith King 
229 Edgedalc Dr 
High Point, N < 

Austin Patrick Ho tit 87 90 170 
1 107 D Robin Hood Rd 
HighPotM N< 27260 

Hmh fiWHM W 99.220 

Rl I 

Sophia N < 27350 

HaJu Richard Paul 103.104.174 
429AlbmCl 

Ridge»o.i«J. N i 

Baeb\. I inJa(-ail 210 
6501 Pinecresi ( i 
Annandale.Va 22003 

Bagwell Robert H 61.84,85.90, 157.171) 
t. fhomasSl 
Greenville. S 1 29611 

Hahl CarolvnR 22" 

S607 lon^Waj 
Alexandria. \ j 22312 

Hoird David H 210 

Ri I 

Hillsborough, N < 27218 

Baki-r Bever/% Jean 210 
102 Bond Si 
Westminster. Md 21 1 5? 

Baker, William M 
40248th Si 
Pennsauken, s i 081 10 



Ballfif' Bj'huru t 66.210 

Bo. ''Of. 

■\>hljnd. \j :»«■* 

Barki-r J.ihn I .Jr 

\i\ JGroometown Rd 

dfeen.horo N ( 

Barker. Hi. hard Allen 22» 
4l50Reidsville Rd 
Winston-Sakm N ( 27101 

Barker. H'tlbur A Jr 
1728 Peakwood Dr 
Roanoke, \ j 24014 

Boriu*. IvehnSue 210 
Ri I Bo. JIM 
Lenoir N ( 28643 

Barnes. Hugh I Jr 192 
1066 S Hawthorne Rd 
Winston-Salem. \ t 

Bamhardi Dern Ra% 183 

Rl I 

Wjlkcrlown N I 27051 

Barnhardi I redo flame IK6 
Rl 2.Bi»».'l6 
Advance. N< 

Borrows Thomas Imn 68, 211 
4l.i0Scllm.in Rd 
BellsviHc Md 2070S 

Barshinger Justine E 70. 40. 1 
212 S Franklin Si 

Red Lion. Pj I7J56 

Bates '".'"i,^ / 126, 220 
902JervitAvc 

Rome. S ^ 13440 

fl,j,h I .nnkibble 192 
Woodland Rd 
Salisburj Md 

B,jn, Carvl 65 70 177 
408 I JfrisDr 
Cherryville, N ( 28021 



Beamer \am i Sam*!/ 92, 109, l"> 
Ki i Ridge wood Rd 

BJNM.-II \ 



Beasle, lane Pagi 220 

■ rdateDi 
HighPoml. N < 27260 

BeasU ■ Thomas A 
I2*< ountrysidc Dr 
High Point, N < 27260 

Beaulteu Jamei •■ 210 

l4Woodlawn( irele 

I asl Hartford. < onn 06108 

Beck Kenneth John 68 208.210 219 
l7ErtmanDl 

Whippjn. N I : »98l 

B, ■ SharonCavli MO 
5l7Gaie«ood w 
High Point. n<- 

0i kei i aim '■■•' ' ! v " 

701 Downs Dr 

Silvci Spring Md 2090J 

Bedlf \aiu i Jane 108. 210 
212 Mam Si 
Matawan. **• I 07747 

8ei ton i har/ei Leon 
k\ 5 Bo*« 221 

Kcrncrs.ilk N< 27284 

Befell i-J H 96, 174 
SOS B( able Si 
High Pi. -nl N * 

Bell Christopher I 73 
M09 Kirb) l>< 
Greensboro. *^ < " 1I>1 

Bell ElnobeihJane 66, 193 

B34< ouri Si 

l ulton Missoun6525l 

Bellinger Olenna I. inn 2 10 
6004 35th Ave 
Kyatuville. Md 207*2 

Benedict Rebecca Ann 220 
R F D 5 

PcnnYan.N > 14327 

HI \M I I MRS s I 109 

High Point College 
HighPoml, N < 27262 



Brrnman. \an,i I \nn 66, I "4 
4701 N OmmarRd 
Arlington. Va 22207 

Bighorn Hugh Elliott J' l"> 
1 19 Pearson \h 
Morgamon N ( 

Bighorn Tom PofH 186 
im"Shcj< ouri 
Winston-Salem, N ( 27107 

Billhimer Peggt Susan 78 170 
xxii Bellwood Rd 
BcthcMlj Md 20034 

Bimbo • .>•;)>< 
923 Walton C i 
\sheboro N < 

Bishop IKkuIH 58 98 133 166 

Bo< 17 

Onford Md 2I6S4 

«/./,* Marsha At wood 193 
730 National Highwaj 
r noma sn lie N ( 27J60 

Black RmstllVaughn i"'.2n 
730 National Highwaj 
Thomasville N ( 27J60 

Bla.kburn Sharon Lei 21 1 
Ri I, Bo. 2k 
Jonesville. N I 28642 

Blake. James I 69 94 193 

Bo. |57 

( andor, N < 2~22-> 

Blixen Bevertei Inn 152. 1X4 
7321 Waiercresl RJ 
i harlottc n < 28210 
81m Linda C 220 
S R 0.8071 ( harlesSl 
LaPlala. Md 

Bodtnhamer t herylS 177 
4'N Richardson Si 
lli^-h Point, S ( 

Boles J,>hn Henri II I*" 

1201 McGumnDr 

High Point, s< 

Bolton, krnneih CregOrX 73. 19) 

Ri 4 Bo. V2-B 

Greensboro \ ( 



hmd Jrnni OIlMO 

ll74Wnghi Ave 

\inolJ. Md 21012 



$tf I Ml 




Sally Hill's smile is radiant under the lights of the Winston 
Coliseum. 



250 



BtfHt Man (, 220 

Box 43 

Sejgrovc. N.< 27341 

Bonkemeytr, Phillip Dale 2 1 1 
2101 N Fayeiievilk Si 

Uhchoro. \ t 

Bonnoffon, Robert I 81. 177 

3505 Duff Dr 

Falls Church. Va 22041 

n„.-ih u>itni»i b so, i •: 
5401 20lh *ve 
Hyatl&vilk, Md 20782 

Botwell UndaFaye 83, 136. ihi 

22200a* HillDr 

Greensboro. N C. 27408 

Bofworih. Pamela I t>6 

8 I ongvieu Rd 

I ivingsion, N I 07039 

Bom Teresa G I*: 

PO Box 14)6 
Deland. Mj (2720 

Boucher, Kathleen 193 

7308 Ritcrdak Rd 
I jrthjm. Md 

Bovrqutn Doughs O 220 

||6Ccdar Rd 

Sevcrru Park. Md 21146 

town « iWff W 170 
2611 BGuycrSi 

Hu>h Point, N ( 

Bowley. Robert 81, 129 193 

Box W. Telegraph Rd 
Scjhrook. Md 20801 

Bosnian B Ora> 

5 1 J Bridges Dr 

High Poini N t 

Bi-'-mn Virginia L "2" 
10X17 Ann Si 
Fairfax, Vj 22030 

B<n J Ri.harJ Harlan 4.' MM. 136. MS I *ti 

195*1 Scoiland Dr 
Saratoga ' alii 95070 

B'aJth,' Sarah Inn 

ri : 

Retduilk. NX 27320 

Bran a I mdaJran 
l.'MmdjtcDr 
IlighPomi. N ( 



Bran4af» rluh„t I ,„„ 'i »iq 

2 16 Payne Si 
Lexington, \ t 27292 

Braun. Hi. hard I ], S5 T» m 

121 OU MilIRd 
High Point, N < 

Breeden. Laurence Hon im -oh >iq 

MJ4N i.ni,s, s, 
Arlington Va 22207 

Bretteman. Deititt \nru 90,136 'I i 
102951 nmson ir«( i 
Columbia. Md 21043 

/*'.«,- Duraihx " line 193 
12545 rwoFarm i»r 
Silver Spring M.I 20904 

/(•in, ' / j/y, md |n/t 220 

504 V. SlhSl 

Sikr< it) N ( 27J44 

Bridges. Joseph H 220 

-IMN ( hurchSi 

t harloile N < 28202 

ffnggj Harold ft J, 
Rl I. Box S9J 
High Poini, N i 

B>t<aJa»a\ Josephine J 220 

Bo. >4 

MaKhvilk, N x 28103 

BR(>< KW| II MR B B 23 16 127 
Oh ford ( ourt \pt% 
High Point N < J7262 

fc-ooAj Larnet 320 
2712 Fo- MilIRd 
Herndon, \.i 22070 

Brooks. MarihaGnwmld 60.65 75 102 P 

73 Fden x.e 
bdison. N i 08817 

Brooks Mart Janice I*' 
P Box 1 1 7 
Midland, N < 

Broun. Arnold U IK2 

107 I Norihgaic \pt> 
High Point N c 

Brown, Kotherine Hope 

1 16 1 ndcrhillSi 
Highpomi. N ( 

Brown LeeCotumhus III • KJ I5J 
210 Kaihcrinc Rd 
Ridgewood. S I 07450 




Rieck Foelber goes up for a jumper against M. L. Carr of 
the Guilford Quakers. 



Bn.*n I inJu Svket 58 ''I 92. I X I 

PO Bo< 4-1 
i irthage. N ( 

«'.»«« Mtchaei Bruit 193 
I125( hfl Rd 

■ N 

HKOW N MR PA1 I ^4 
I602< jrolinj \*c 
High Ptimi, N i 27260 

/<• lH >n Robert Harding 211 

9|9 \rhor RJ 
Wintlon-Sakrn N ( 27104 

Ri « Bo. 247 
kefi*:r..ille N < 27284 

«'"»» Suian Elnoh* ri ■ ■ 

l02OWimbkd n Di 
( harloile N ■ 28209 

S/ukq SwoiiJ 220 
?20WorihSi 
**heboro, N < 27203 

Browning Helen H i '\ >u 
911 < oKilkRd 

< harloile, S « 28207 

fl'u. ii Janei 
627< otonulOi 
High Point, N t 

S/Uggi r /.;'■.' / "J 220 

79 Hamilton Si 
MadlMMx. N l 07940 

Brian fmuilht » it">n 133 IM 

B... 4i )6 North Si anon 
WiiKion Sakffl N > 

Brxani Edwin Preuiin I9i 
Ri - Box 50 
Thomas ilk N t 

ButUn BfVfWl ' 70 182 

IJI9ChjthjmI)r 
HighPumi. S( 

Bun:, > . / Mine tint ?*n 

6006OM Bfjn^h \>,- 
(jmp Spring.. Md 20031 

Burneil throw Detnior 

!»:: Vrlmgt.tn Rd 
Rojnoke \.i 24015 

Burr,,- Gregory lllium l«*4 
I030tt Lexington \ve 
High Point N ' 

Burton t-ar\ Haine 
17021 ugenc \>c 
HighPotnl N ( 

Bl RION MRS Mil I I \M N 
l256Rohinhood Rd 
V. mxiun-Sakm n ( 

Boiler Phil i no 

?ll linda Dr 

High P.uni N< r>i 

fli.Wi Jomt frames 
20x Spring Si 
rhomaxville s ( 

Bird JohnDoMd J' 194 
101 G NorthgaicC iwri 

High Point s < 

, \.,l I MRS Gil HI RT< 
l6lOGranih iff Dl 
High Point N ( 

Cagle \dihaniugem •" '■• I' 1 * 211 
2631 I Riding I). 
Wilmington Del 

< amphell Ruih ( hrnai-h 
I505( herokee Or 
H.ghP.nni. S ( 

Capek Rh * I"" 
9509 Imdjlc Of 
Bcihc.d.. Md 20034 

Coplanide* John M Kl I9J 

MIOBIamSl 

High Point, N « 

( u'j-ii'i t/u'ii 1^4 

Ri I B... 194.28 
Rjndlemjn. \( 

< arden Pare. ia Diane - 1 1 
6121 llc<t>ccsi 

Durham. N( 2770J 

(.wit Michael Gordon *•* i"l 136 194 

2M1I Bmcrx»cclDr 
Wilmington. Del 

Carlin, William Jerome III (0 Kl 2ll 

(5 Pollard Rd 

Ml lake. N I 07046 

Carmiehael Cherill 220 
206 W Henrv St 
Pjlmvrj s I 08065 



I ->•■ Uhhael Edward 16* 

S 

■ . - - ■ . ■ ■ .-■ . 
M00 «J I ■ ; 

High Pmni. S < 

( \R t| R Miss M \K< II I \ 41 
1009 N HamilionSt 

High P,„m S . 272ft2 

Carter HiiltamH 92. 94 II] l 'I 
Dax Road 

R • . Md !085fl 

( ai'<m Pamela Jam 57,65 IMI IvJ 
rook Rd 

- ■ ■.-! \j 

t \l I II I I) MR I K NSk k W 

ISO? Wood view i>r 

High PlHI : S < 

CECIL, MRS II \ jo 
26 Salem Si 
High Poini N < 

t ..if Manha 92 IKh 
1702 \ u,cxi Lexington \*e 

High Pom- s < 

< handler < alherme I 
I'm s^ Garden RO 
Grecnshoru S l 17410 

< hanei OlntaJane ::•• 
B..< 295 

Wingaic. M 28174 

HUli t Harle* 
"01 x \ Main Si 
High Poini s ( 

( happell Dehhu I « l mine 66. 21 1 
H20 ruekjseegee Rd 
r. harloile N < 2X20* 

Charles Carol fate *<l 9^.194 

1*44 Longvic* l>r 

Vt m.ion Salem s ( 27107 

( Hit Rt I \DI Rs 122 

( htrnauh John Pari. • 
5l2Gale«ood \^c 
High Poinl.N c. 

< hilJ th.r 9(1.211 
6^<C I orcxl Hilll>r 
Hxallxvilk. Md 207K2 

Chipman GeilD 79 2211 
X202 Ocean Fmni 
v irginu Beach x . 

Chnhidm Kan. Suzanne 194 
1421 < un.hcrbnd Dl H,>* M 

Rikhmond "x t 

(hitman Ian, I 7\ In. 
9 Pine Lane 
Hampton, Va ; i, ^4 

( IIUIR 

( hrtuo \t,ll„ I .\'M 
Rt IScagftnc M 27.341 

( mlis Manha 
-4<M I ngl.vhRd 
High Poini s ( 

( lark, Fredna Uonhe*% 
Ri - Box 971 
(ireenxhiiru N < 

v I \H1 MISSBI m U> 1'. ''1 »* m ||< 
I I'M < ,,gn v ,| Vc 

Hiph Poini \ i 27262 

Ctuusr larollxnn S7. |04 in> \\u |9J 
Box 63 4950MaxxilldnRd 
Greenxburg. Ohio 44232 

( line (aihi 6 91 
• Henrj \x« 
Belmoni S < 3x012 

( fine \t,*anJ 79 I 14. ::« 
2726 s Kensington st 

\.l.ngi.,n \j 22207 

< ,M ( ahm J' 211 
ft4i' S 9ihSi 
MilUilk \ I 11X332 

( ohli ( hart,- >, 

PO b,.. u: 
Ijmestuwn n ' 

< < IHI I MR It I 52 

■ l rckDi 

High Poini N I 27262 

( (»HI I MR II 1 IR 41 

8J0< irckDi 

M 27262 

220 
9|9p J rl, 11 c* Si 

n( 27203 



251 



COLfc. DR DAVID W 



COl.t. DR DAVID w 14.36 

lOiht t.merv Rd 

High Pomi. N.C 27262 

G/frV't. AlmeM C 120.121 
2316 Aingcr Plate. St 
WjNhingiun.DC 

OkmAi Cheryl Roe 78 
12W McCain Place 
HighPomi.NC 

Cimrrr, Md/if 220 
3 J86 Pollard Dr 
Winuon-Sjlem.NC 2710.1 

CONALLV.MR THOMA5C 45 

709 North Dr 

High Point. N.C 27262 

Conner Dennis Ervtn 93, 19$ 
610 D Hawthorne Si 
High Point. N.C. 

CONRAD. DR HAROLDE 36.4". 4K 
805 t KarrissAvc 
High Point. N C 27262 

Cook. Christine L. 221 

6 Nobadeer W j j 
Nantucket. Mjss 02554 

OniJl Margaret A 67. 221 

2002 Storm Dr 

Fall* Church. Ya. 22043 

Cook Richard L 221 

500 Skeet Club Rd 
High Point. N.C 

Cuu/l, Walter H Jr 
423 By rd St 
Eden. N.C 27288 

COOKE. DR DENNIS H 53 

924 Kingston Rd 

High Pomi. N C. 27260 

Cimnei. Paulette M 
205 Edgedale Dr 
High Point. N.C 

Cooper. Lmda Gail 18(1 
Box 4 
Colfax. N C 

C"^per. Linda Tari 186 

Box 53KB 

High Point. NC 

Ciwprr. Stephen W 22 1 
l2lKDe1kOr 

High Point. N C 

COPE. MR WILLIAM F 52 

Rt I. Bo* 236 
Keinewille. N C 

Coppedge. George A N . II 1 72 
705 A Chandler St 
High Point. N C 

Corbm Carol L 221 
U20CrowIooi Lane 
Silver Spring. Md 20904 

Corn. Lynda B 
1519 Dclk Dr 
High Point, N C 

Comehson. Dick 90 
1703 B West Roufv D' 
High Point. N.C. 

Couch. Morgar rt A 74.221 
2603 Central Ave 
Alexandria. Vj 22302 

Coward. Su:anne T 22 1 
200 MooreUnd Height* 
Murphy. NC 28906 

Cox, Nancv Helen 
26 Myrtle Ave 
Chatham. N J 07928 

Craig. San<\ Elizabeth 195 
Rl 4. Bo. 274 A 

SilerCilx.NC 27344 

Cranford. Virginia £ 186 
Rt 3. Bo« 257 B 
T horn asvi lie. N.C 

Crater. Stephen Kosf 
3505 Imperial Dr 
High Point. N C 

Craver. James 1 Jr 
Rt 1. Bo*4IJ 
Lexington. N C 272*2 

Cray-lord. James L III XI. 195 
P O Bo* W 
Plkevillc, N C 27863 

Cro-let.SarnL 211 

1320 Bretlon St 
Winswn-Sjkm. N C 

Creel. Wtihaml.ee 

Rl 2 

kerne mi He. N C 



(r.iulei. Puirma IS2 
M>2 E Lexington Ave 
High Pomi. N (. 

Cmute. tt'ilttam H 221 
Sedge (harden Rd 
kerra'r>.ville. N C 

CROW . DR LARL P 44 

821 Circle D» 

High Point. N C 27262 

Crut.hfield Chorle' C ?6. 171 

3VI5 Bmlufl LaM 
Durham. NC 

(. rutch/ield, lmda Carol 55. 56. 58. 1X6 
Rl 9. Box 469 
Greensboro. N C 

Culler. Fred 8 Jr 
131 Engic*ood Dr 
High Point. N.C 

Culp. Darnel M Jr 
202 W Holden Rd 
Greensboro. NC. 27403 

Culp. Martha J 221 
Rt 2. Bo* 183 
OoM Hill. N C 

Cunningham Rofanne ?S. 108. 195 
1625 N Franklin St 
Wilmington. Del I9K06 

Curling. John Joseph 126 
11.11 Orleans Way 

Kers:ii,-uni V.i 

Current. Michael E 105. 1 77 
Rl 2 

Hampionvilk. N C 27020 

Cume James Marvin 72 
6533 lv> Hill Dr 
McLean. Vj. 22l0l 

Curry. Kathleen 221 
ll9Dr* MilIRd 
Leesnurg. Vj 22075 

Czarny . Karen Ruth 180 
904 Pennsylvania Ave 
Wcstfield. N J 07090 

DALBY.MR EARLEG 39 
300Nutho>hCirc(« 
J.imesto»n. N C 

Gallon. Angela 195 
405 B Kenned* Rd 
High Pomi. N C 

Oalton. Charles H 
928 EuStchester Rd 
High Point. N C 

Dan/onh She/r, 221 
Scnbner Rd 
Fremoni.N H 03044 

Dashkavkh John Ji 136. 221 

S*an Ave 
NavciinV.N J 07752 

DAVIDSON. MR ROBERTO 46.113.129 
602 W FarriSiAve. 
High Point. NC 

Dam. Ann T 58. 165.186 
PO Box 296. 414 S Main Si 
Berlin. Md 21811 

Dans. Carol D 55.58. 176 
Bo* 688 
Carthage. N C 

Davit. Crnihia 
l5i0ArdNk> St. Apt L 
Winston Salem. N C 

Dam. Donald Lee 
1 147 Tabor St 
High Pomi. NC 

Daw. Elizabeth Ann 58. 187 
500Greenwood Dr 
H.ghPomi.NC 

Dan*. Eva Lomone 
Rt 5. Baile\ Rd 
Winston-Salem. N C 

Dam. Gar\ Dean l\ I 
Rt I 
Sophia. N C 

DaviiJamt*Grod\ 166 
Rt 8. Bo* 100 A 
Lexinglon. N C 

Dam John Oldham 
113 Edgeroad Lane 
Wilmington. Del 

Davis. Uoid H 1 12 . 1 13. 128. 129. 221 
Rjvenhursi Circle 
Glen Arm. Md 21057 



Dam. Ltimane 21 1 
Ri 2. Bail) Rd 
Winston-Salem. N C 

L>W IS.MHSIVIU N 41 

2804 N Centennial 
High Point. N C 27260 

Dam. Samuel A 72 
535Gale»ood A>e 
High Point. N C 

Dam. Sherry H 22) 
5910 Walton Rd 
Bclhcsda. Md 200)4 

Dam. Thomas f 117. 119 
361 2 Queen Mary 
Olney. Md 

DAVIS. MR WILLIAM L 16.23 
9|| W College Dr 
High Point. N C 

Oo« son. Sheldon f 21 1 
Taney Ave 
Salisbury. Md 21801 

DAY STUDENTS 103 

Dowou.lt Jane Mane • 211 
361 2 Trent Si 
Charlotte. N C 28209 

Deal. Stephen Marsha/I 1 95 
I 730 A West Rotary Or 
High Pomi, N C. 

Dean. Caroh-a Eiisabeih 70. 2i2 

303 Mill Si 
Cambridge. Md 21613 

Deao. Eugene Charles -B0. 21 2 
15107 Liberty Grove Df 
Burtonsville. Md 

Decker. Robin Rosalind 83. 136. 137. 183 

Ri 2 

Summerfield. N C. 27358 

Qeimnger RethaJ 8?. 96.97. 109. 182 
2001 N.W 26 St 
Miami. Fb 13142 

DELTA SIGMA PHI 68-69 

Denver. Kothrvn L van 75. 1 95 
205 Florence Ave 
Wilmington. Del 19803 

DeRemer.Gan £rw,n 221 

46 Church St 

High Bridge. N J 08829 

DESKINS. DR S.C -48 

Rt 8. Box 601 
Greensboro, N.C. 

Devmev James Joseph - 57. 172 
1901 McGumnDr 
High Point, N C. 

Dickerson. Leslie Ann - 212 
l803Bybrook Rd . Fairfax 
Wilmington, Del 

Dietrich. Charles Donald 64.72.151.212 
46l6Guillord Rd 
College Park.Md 20740 

Dimmette. James C . Jr 
300 E Brookl.neSl 
Wmston-Salem.NC. 27107 

Dialer. BnanE - 22.61.93. 104. 106. 107. 164. 177 

8035GlendaleRd 

Chevy Ch«e. Md 20015 

On. Virginia C - 221 
606 Hunting Park Dr 
Salisbury. Md 21801 

Docker y. Martha - 66. 195 
1314 Peace Haven Rd 
Wmsion.Salem.N C 

Donald, Wdham Bernard 

8l5HillcmtDr 

High Point. NC 

Donaldson Nancy Lou — 212 
404 Harrison Ave 
Wcstfield. N.J 07090 

Doningion. Martha Scott ■ 70. 2 1 2 
183 Wjichung Ave 
Chatham. N J 07928 

Donovan. Robert - 174 
14122 Arctic Ave 
Rockvillc. Md 

Dorseu. Michael Olan - 212 
Rt 7 Bo* 23 
Asheboro. N C 27203 

Dots. Linda Jean -66. 195 
Box 536 Glenxvood Terrace 
Stuart. V a 24171 

Doughten. Mark J 
?40BEngl.sh Rd. 
High Pomt, N C 



Do-all. Jane Neelv — 78. 2 1 2 

820 Fourth St- 

Ocean Ciiy. N J 08226 

Downey J Sidney - 90. 171 

l860CedrowDr 

High Point. N.C 27260 

Dams. James E 80.126.221 
5948 23rd Place 
Marlow Heights. Md 

Drake. Douglas 
2666 Bluebird Lane 
W.nston-Salem. N.C 

Drexlnger. Grace L 
3200Cresivic*Dr 
High Point. N C. 

Dry. Benton Haskell 72. 105. 195 
PO Box 790 
Albemarle. N C 28001 

Duda. Wendy Beth - 66.91.94.122,191, 195.205 

400SkyhillRd 

Alexandria. Vj 

Duncan, LeverlyJoe 
22JWesl»ood Ave 
Thomasvillc. N.C. 

Dunn. William Edward - 221 
54 LelVe Lane 
Whippany. N.J. 

Duff. Susan Carol - 70 
900 Pennsylvania Ave 
Wcstfield. N.J. 

Dutton. Patricia A — 22 1 
513 Nottingham Rd 
Newark. Del 1971 1 

Dyer. Nancy Let - 71.90.212 
250 Sheridan Ave 
Ho-Ho-Kus.N J.07423 

Dykes. Rebecca A - 67.221 
214 Somerset 
CrisficW. Md 21817 

Eakes. Charles Francis - S6. 76 
5654 8lh Rd . North 
Arlington. Va 22205 

Earle, Barbara Jean - 9. 75. 102. 2 1 2 
S8l2Con*ay Rd 
Bethesda. Md. 20034 

Easterling. Nancy Ann — 75. 101. 195 
22l?Eastway Dr 
Charlotte. N C 28205 

Eastlack. Allen Clark - 81. 167 
73 N. Woodland Ave. 
Woodbury. N.J 08096 

Egan. Joy A mhony — 90. 2 1 2 
l76Huntmgton Ave. 
Woonsockel. R I 02895 

Etehttn. David Jesse - 81, 212 
Rt 5, Box 596 

Fleminglon. N.J 08822 

Eisele. Clifton M .III - 80.81.90. 127. 131. 132, 212 
3000 Tremont Ave 
Cheverly. Md. 20785 

Eisele. David P — 80 
3000 Tremont Ave 
Cheverly. Md. 20785 

Ellington Joe -85. 195 
904 Putnam 
High Point. N.C 

Elliott. Pamela — 66. 212 
2440 N E 27 Terrace 
Fi Lauderdale. Fla. 33305 

Elliott. Tricia Lovena — 78. 184 

Rl.3 

Demon. N.C. 27239 

Elliott. Rebecca Louise - 195 
711 Summit Rd 
High Point. NC 

Ellis. Catherine — 104. 221 
5204 Regent Dr 
Nashville. Tcnn. 37220 

Elmore. Linda T -67.221 

Rt.3 

Lawndalc. N C 28090 

Embrty. Carolyn Elaine — 22 1 
5624 N 34th St. 
Arlington. Va 22207 

Enms. Daniel J. —81 
College Farm Rd. 
New Brunswick. N.J 

Ensor. Dale Duvall — 85. 1 73 
267 W Main St. 
Westminster. Md. 21157 

EPPERSON. DR E. ROY - 45 

11l5DclkDr 

High Point. NC 27262 



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Ghoin Jean Merit 





Sophomore Jan Henry "takes ten" from study. 



Quick thoughts before the start of the long one-half mile run 
in intramural competition. 



Euler. John Calvin 76. I 26 
3632 Langrehr Rd 
Baltimore. Md 21207 

Eider. Susan 196 
10416 Brook moor Ct 
Silvei Spring. Md 20901 

fidflj. Carol in Jane 2 1 2 
706 O'Neill Si 

High Po.ni. N C 

Evans, Edwin H 73.221 
X52I Mcado* Lark Lane 
Bcihcvda.Md 200.U 

/ vans I xnne Harrison 
715 E (iu.lford Si 

Thiimjsvillc. N ( 

Chios, Paincia R 79. 222 
H220 Burning Tree Rd 
Bethcsda. Md 20034 

E::ell. Patricia I tonne 1 36. 2 1 2 
Ri 5. Box 68 
Kernersvilk, N t_ 27284 

Pagan, t harle \ Douglas 2 1 2 
Slarf Rl |3. Box 4X8 
LaPlatj. Md 20646 

Pagg. William Samuel 
501 Rockspnng Rd 
High Point. N.C 

Parmer. John Archie 85. 1X2 
509 E iMhM 
Lumberion. N.C 28358 

FELLOWSHIP TEAMS 136-137 

Perm. VltktLym 212 

304 Southern Blvd 
Chatham. N J 27928 

Pillasire. Margareie May 2 1 2 
24l6Cambr.dge \>c 
Lakeland. Fla 33803 

Pinch. David Bruit 
2 Cljrk Si 
Thomjtville. N C 

Pishack. Deanna 184 

Rt I 

Laniz, Md 21760 



Fishel.Janei I- 222 
1703 Konnoak Di 
Winstofl'Salcm, N C 27107 

Fitzgerald. Claudia Jane 83, 
48lxHjrd*ivkeRd 
Charlotte. S < 2821 t 



Fiiigeratd, Leonard ( 
1909 Flint Hill Rd 
SiKcr Spring. Md 

Flanagan. Terry P 80 
4731 N I 26Av« 
Fl Lauderdale. Ha 

Fleming. David 12 
t|f> RoOStvcIl BKd 
Butler. Pa 16001 

Fletcher. Jamee Lynn 222 

»M)~ \ kcniUurthSt 
Arlington. \j 22207 

Hm.hu") Inn 
141k. Chelsea Si 
Wmsion-Salem, N ' 

FAntf. Linda D 1X4 
Rl 2 
Trinity. N.C 

//(/i/ W©>rr M 57.93 
115 Morgan Rd 
Um.ion-Salem. NC 27105 



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Fcxlbtr. Charles Rieek 

222Solway Couri 
Timonium. Md 21091 

Fugleman. Martha S 
404 A Steele Si 
High Point. N C 

Forbes. KarenSw 21 
Rl J. Nc» Hope Ri. 
Gasion.a. NC 28052 



IORM N MM < H \KI I S I) i' 

103-BNorihgateCn 

High Point. N C 

FORTNEV.OR A P » 

RFDI 

Jamestown, N C 

Foshitr VMo rYrim l»6 
67M RuskinSi 

Springfield. \ a 22150 



FaiW/ Cynthia Grey 63 75 209 

2001 Downiri| si 
Greensboro. \ ( 27410 

Franklin Peggi 4 67 222 

"X R»crtic» Ave 
NepiuneC.u.N J 07753 

Fran:, Sherry Lou 58. 184 
255 "F" Si 
Frostproof, Fla »3843 

fww, WilhamG 81. 196 
I406( orrcgidor si 

Greensboro. N C 

Freeman Deborah H' 2l2 

JI0Lou.se \se 

High Point. N I 27261 

/-,..-. trAiffff / 94.95. 127. 196 
r,\\ WiIIom si 
Wenonah, N J 0*090 

friedman Maurice J 
4I0X Dog-ood Dr 
Greensboro. N C 27410 

FroySiad Man.n B *). 193 
223 Massachusetts Si 
Weslficld. N I 07090 

Fryer Douglas Paul 
49(|4 Brompton Dr 

Greenslw.. N I 

Fuliher Daxid Wayne 2" 
Rl J.8.>« »23 
Wmsion-Salem, N ( 

fur man Kenneth Si oil 81, 112 

4412 Norbcck KJ 
Rotkville, Md 20853 

turr iiucKibler 196 
Rl l.8o. 374 
Midland. N( 28107 

M IRII I .MR UI-XRLIEQ 46 
828 MooiIku A>e 

High Poim. N C 

Gabnel. And'ea I 74.222 

902 A/alea Lane 
Colonial Hcighis, \j 23834 

Gabriel Paul III 96. 149. I7| 
JIJW Corn-all Rd 
< arj N v 27511 



Oaede Randall Duncan 
Rt 10. Box 323, *pi 1 
I eningion, "s < 

Gatther \am i K 19 
329 \ BosiSi 
Statesvilk N I 

t. arm, in Jerr\ 212 
224Ga»mon Dr 
Matthews. N< 28I0S 



Garmon.Jes.te Ktiim- i Tl * 
Rt I. Box 699 
Colfax. N.C 27235 

Garner William Bru.e i"2 
lxi3Tjn\jrd. Rd 
High Point, N t 

Garner Judith H 

Ri 3. Box 102 

I jPIjIj, Md 20646 

Garretl. Wiley 47. :i2 

Rl I. Box 276 

Indian Trail. NC 28079 

Garwood John I 

203WclwynRd .Woodbrook 
Wilmingion. Del 

Gam JohnC 90, I7| 
l Sher-nod Dr 
Cranby, Mass 

GAYNOR MR WESLEV ^ J9 

2405 E Lcvingion A.c 
High Point. N ( 

Gebicke Mark td-.ard 'h. 125. 126. 190. 196. 203 
I'll Po-dcr M.llRd 
Adelphi. Md 20783 

i.erhardt Paul H J' 73 222 

916 Riii si 
McLean, \j 22101 

Gey. Kenneth F 1 11 
1309 Karen Lane 
Radnor, Pa 19087 

Oheen Barbara 2 I 2 
151 MarkciSl 
Lctsburp \ .-. 2207J 

Ghotn Jean Marie 
423 4 Ovcntry Rd 

HighPon 



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r,.hh. RebenaOiane 5* 57. 58 IDX 118 196 
625 Stale Si 

n i >-«_" 

OiMh Re\ '.-" 222 
\>ttevillc N i !XXO* 

Oih-,m Mildred i 1X5 

MM |,.nUinSl 
Rockingham m ■ 

r ..'.. 1 Initial I i v " 
2100 Mpinc Dt 
High Poini N < 

Gill Luanda inn 112 
1805 Henderson Si 
Greensboro n i 

0<// Thim&H Mb, lli 
lur \ PjincI Henn Di 
\riinglon Vj 

Glllfsph ietimie M 
Box 67 
MeKjnc. N < 

i.itiiiwhi Koh.'t HtfiAc ux 112 
4"i: \ ixihSi 
\rlingi»n, \ j 22207 

c, ,/..„«n RidnrriB "' ,|v 222 
K? Wiltshire Rd 
Williams* ilk, N \, u::i 

Gladne\ Van Srtrr/i 96 222 

*1ilK nlhv St 
Vicnnj. Vj "i 'ii 

t,t)\\.<n IdnanG 222 
rMl.m.M.." l>( 

i hjrlonc N ( J8209 

t.olJ fr.J 1'hiiiiHn 85. 176 
J »«• I I iiih \ve 
Rosellc, S I 

• ..■ill i Harle\ lniht>n\ t'n II* :<h 
MWWjggamanl irele 

M.I cjo. \ j 

iiiHtdwin. Man Jam 91 94. 114.212 

»*27h4lh \ic 

I jndovcr Hills. Md 207K4 

i,.»,l\h< Thtunas \elum 222 

4-J'S M.iinM 

tt msum-Sjlcm. s < ."in" 

«..„•- l/di( iHifMri xi in. n; 
2452 lunla* Rd 
Washington l» < :<K.r 

tn<uma\ Indna \ *." 
9403 Balfour l>' 
Bcihcda Md 20014 

birui Lllen kltzabeih 91.92 114 196 
250.38 lh,.fnhill \.c 
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<.HI(S MRS HII I I 1" 

:>\ kdgedak i>< 
High Point N i 272*2 

t,r„>i Kuih. lum 196 
Wt I H..v 4U 

</-,,-; M ,,,„, , ;>s 

ll < Rncr^Kw \pis NaamausRd 

( lasmont Del 



ii». Bouksard 
High Point, S< 

Greenhaugh Suutn P 213 

.'.MWi-m \m- 
Harrington, Del 129*2 

Greenl*. l-u'i Hun 

mi ken W 
Denton Vtd 21**9 

■■-■ ■ I Bi ndaKan '<• 1X7 

Ri i 

kernerxtillc M 2'2h4 

■ t.ar, >t *t\ 121 

v : Deep < 

A I'. ■"■ 

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Virgimj Be-is-h Vj 234*5 

VlofB/ 44 l>s ;n 
211 Wjlker Si 
Morgjnion. N • 28*55 




Dorw rooww art* a collection of food, cards, posters, pictures and sometimes, by some 
miracle, a few school books. 



Or lie, I '.J » illiu'u 94. 126. 213 

Rt I 

Sunk) M i 2*164 

i.mtn, Mamaltt 92. l* ? 
K507Cros*k) I'i.k, 
\kundrij Vj 2230H 

l.nlUn ll.(.<i/mn W^rtfl I 1 "- 

KOI Kemp RojdMcsi 
Oreensttoro, N < 

On/filh i>uuJ U'iIuui l ': 

■ , i m idison \vt 
HighPoini S i '" 1 <-" 

Gngt Kwrn Velum 
2205 \ SiIjs< r«l» Pk) 
UiitMon-SjIcm N < 

Ondk i ii ,/". -I / ■ . ' ■ ■ 101 I*" 

1 12 lohnsion si 

sm.ihlKl.1 N I 275.71 

UrwxuuJ 0a%tdt 213 

Ki - 

Slhi»< ..."r S I 27149 

t.i.'h i atMten \^\ 197 
Surenson Mi 
PcnnsGrovc \ \ 

'.' . . Sharun I'Uil 2' l 
121 Oujkci I .mi.' 
Higl Poini, N < 

Oram kJ*ardt 213 

KII«Hjmm..ml \i. 
TAomjPjrl.Md 2IKH2 

'.m*. 'i I tJa Rodman 
40UNuilhC>kn Hi 
Rjkigh, \ < 27*09 

Uunn HilniaJ.H.t 

4o. - I hen Si i " 
ftinsion-SjIem N « 

i,i,, A,/»»n I tii 6* 1X7 

■ 4 \ BdsiM 
Suiessilk N < 2X677 

Nag&urd < atiil 221 
'>.( .d.H I JIK 

Scwpori Ne»* \-i 21*01 

Hagmni llizaheih i 

IXOOOIlK) Rd 

halls ( hur.h Vj 22041 

Hull /*.•"> Jam i 133 

Ki 2 

kmg. N( 27021 

Hull Ramah lluahcih 19? 

M4l...«;Md.ik Di B- 14* 
.IjmcsC.t-n \ ( 

Hall \ha',»>t .in K2 
Ri - Bd. 55 
TrwmjsMlk s « 

Haltherg Karen Jean TB.9I 114 115 % '' 

7|7 0jrle> Rd 

( Uismoni. Del 19703 

Hamilton £m\li i /' 7.1 222 
90 W jshingioii I jrw s I 
i uncord N ' 2X025 



HAMII rON. MRS 1 I sll R I II 
I2ftx Ouillord \»c 
High Poini N - 27262 

Hamlin ( arutJa 197 
6406Djhloi i 

Washington D ' :00l* 

Hamlin. I i",l„'.u\, ;i < 

Rl | ii... >05 

st.ji.- Rujd. N ( 2XA7* 

Hamniimd Trud\ Hill 1X7 
25121 M.jiisi 
drcenshoro \ < I74II1 

Hamplon Delia lam '4.21] 

I! HnnJn Si 
Sawnnjh.Oa 

Hjn...,k Helen Gr„« 197 
Ht lit H... 54* 
LcKingion, S( 

Harbin Velum I 197 
l23*MjtttcltSl 
Salishuit S< 1X144 

Harbmum Huffs lit,* 

Vl\ 2Jrd \se N I 
Hwkor) N < 2XWI 

HarhinuM Dunna lumne 1 1*. 222 
975 23rd W n 1 
Hickory S i 2X601 

Harhnun RuhardD 93 
1*151 i csmgton \.,- 
HighPoini. N ( 

HwJi'i'i.in trunk II 197 

«Beech»oodRd 
Somcrvilk N ' "-■"». 

Harding I . Wn / ^;^ 
2426 Ijckson Pk«j 
\icnnj. \ j 22IKO 

'/.— /■■, . i ::: 
ri : 

Ruhhinv N ( 27325 

llu'n, ii /'ul'i. m 7*. 213 
'37Sl ' icofge Rtl 

Raleigh N ' ."'.in 

Harper Rulph Hubert 
KI? Willow Pl4rt 
H.^h Poini, S ( 

Hamngiim I \nnt Hurley 
909 TrcnionSl 
High Poini N ' 

Hawi fi«l . . 

Rl i 

\shchoro s < 27203 

132.213 
26l9Deep»ood l)r 
Wilmingiun, Del 19X03 

ll\RIM\N. MR ( ll\RI I SI 46. 126 
708 Hedgco . R i 

M --;,., 

Harman.tllet 
70S Hcdgeeocl RJ 
High P.-mi. n ' 27260 



llarl<h:m Ri.hurJlarr\ 
*> Ijcobsiown Rd 
New I gyp) M J 0X533 

//ur.,-, Judith I I'- 
ll Hilltop Rd 
Wesi I ong Branch, *s j 

rV(M/rfr;i DonnaLfi 70 IKl 
Mam Si reel 
Bcihel. Del 19931 

f/dtriflxi s„ 1U() A 19.71.91.94. 114 154 155.213 

Main Street 
Bethel. Del 19931 

Hotu James ^ 
122 N I ImSl 
\iheboro. N < 27203 

lluuhl William inih.,0% 55.58.98.104.174 
4417 Fust St S 
\rlingion V , 2204 

flut.tht Stephen B SI 123.213 
4II2< bgell Rd 
HialKvilk, Md 20782 



llu-tm^ Jo'ephR 158, 213 

Ri 1. R.». 266 

Roanoke Rjp.ds N < 27870 

Ha*mrih ImJu Mam -" 
;mi>i ongwood Or 
Wilmington, Del 19803 

Hawei Susan D 75 197 
l837Pennrose Dr 
Reidsvilk. N < !73S0 

H\NS. DP I M 
i Mm Merr> Hills Di 
High Poini \ < 

HAYS MRS | M 44 
l300Merrj Hills Di 
lli^'h Point, N c 

HaiMurih Jamta Menel 57 58 98, i s "> 198 

Ki 2. B.»s Uh 

High Pivmi. s t 27260 

Hazetett Ben\ S I9H 
17051 I gunglon \ve 
High Point s * 

' .. • Earh Jr 1 ti | 7 J 

Rl 6 

Winston-Salem N < :?iii? 

Hedrh-k CharleneRetd 198 
1999 Georgia \ve 
Winston-Sakm, n < 

Hedrnk, Lam Carta 21 » 

414 WjInulM 

High Point, N < 

Hege Sharon Lou 

AOImiiDr 

I esington. s < 3 7292 

Upland Bill X| 12* 21 1 
til Bu«.h la- ice 
Minncapohr Minn 5*409 



254 



j.i-j, /mee tnnt 



Hetser. Donna ha< 
Rl I Bon 740 
Kernersville. N * 

Hfiser. Stanley I .Jr 
607 S MainSt 
Kernersville. N C 

Hetderntan, Miriam Lift .*'' 
4IKIXSn>der Of 
Winston-Salem, n < 27101 

Nemtren George R.»wM 198 
55l5Burnsidc Dr 
Rockvtlk. Md 20853 

■rWm William Hendd 73.222 
Ki B.Bo* 151 l S 
Charlotte, s . 28213 

llen/ii* I ru Stephen 

1095 Mutton St .Api <\ 
WinNlun-Sjkm, N C 

H.nr, JanLucem 70. 208, 213.253 

230PinelynnRd 

GknRock.N " 07452 

Henstey, Linda Sheets IM. 167 
201 B Vt ik) Place 

High I'.'ini s ( 

Hepler. Marshall David 
Kt J. Box 155 
Thomasville. N ' 27360 

Herman Barh 198 
Bo* 374 
PorU.iml.Pj 18351 

lliail. James Richard. Jr 223 

Rl I. Box 7 

High Pomi. N i 27260 

Hull. Johnny Jr 
I0I-K Worthgau i ouri 

High Point. N ( 

tfirArr. H,.naldPoir„k 1 II, I'M 

•60* N i nderwoodSi 
\rtineion. Va 

tftt&rj', «»*>«•« 4/dt 124. 126. 131 
2608 N I nderwoodSi 
Arlington. Va 

H1GHBA1 GH, M« Wll I 1 \M k 

IIMDclk Dr 

High Point. \ I 27262 

Hill. Anna Vaye 55. 173 
1007 Wesi College Or 

High Pomi . N < 

Hill. BillvJ 

105 Faindgc Court 

JjmCNl.mn. \ < 27282 



//.// DortsP 198 
ftOt Randolph St 
rhomaiville, N < 

Mil I l>k i Hi DW S3 58 
(04 Randolph Si 
rhnmatviHc, N < 

Hill, Lui\l 82,22.1 

Rl 2 

Snow * amp N I n 

//i// Nk-o II rffona 7J 1 98 IS) 

15261 ilac Kd 

< harlot It N I !X209 

11,11 Tomm\ Wavne 
1318 Northside rertaw 
Asheboro, \ i 

Hill Walter S 73.223 
14(14 i . oloniul l>t 
Salisbury. N( Mil 

Hmklt Marx Alexia 78 :n 
Box 376 
Wekome.N) 27374 

Hinkleman Linda Faith 65 78 \<*\ |tx 
MM Br.aul.lt Dl 
( ary.Nf 

Hinshau Shelbt 
:<:4 1 akeRidgc 

High Point, N <" >7260 

Himon Richard Farrar 
33Gallo*-ae 
Westneld. N i 07090 

HI-PO 96-97 

//<../.„* Bern Sw 8.91.95 114 ih 
SOSVulk) Rd .1 m 
CharlOtlcsvilk, Va 

Hogan < urns M |»6 
Norman, N t >8367 

//..«.-"/ (.jr..//' 

'M cdai Lane 

N<*p t .ri News, \.i 23601 

Holcomb Beih Luale 56 57.58 S3 98 199 
44:* Paul lone* Lane 
Virginia Beach, Va 23462 

//../J,' /'.-J Mum, \hl 

Ki I 

Pinn.uk. \ (. 27043 

HiMdai Ruben >> 173 

B... Is.. 

Thomasville. N < : 7 '«> 

Hothngttvorth Karen 
106 \ V. | emcrSi 
I exineton, N ( 




During orientation freshmen and transfer students enjoyed 
a change in the traditional menu chicken instead of hot- 
dogs. 



Mill I. MR !>\\ II) H )6, 48 
I28< liftonSl 
Kernersville, s ( 

Holton, David 61, 102 
543Woodlynn rerrace 
Baltimore, Mo 21221 

Il-.n.,, mi l inda 

PO Bo* 25 

Fuyua> Varma. N < 27526 

Hooker Judith Annette '2' 
309 Fern Dr 
\sheboro. N < 27203 

Horn. Ctnthia 213 
L2JI I vcr green Rd 
Wilmington. Del 1980S 

Hornherger Stephen C 4:.r>j 72 191.199 
*)« rwinbruok Pk»\ 
Rockvilk, m.i 

HORNSBY. MISSI \ROLYN 50 
l3IOW a iwn \>c 
Wmsion-Sakm, N ( 

Hoiet Jiun'u s "' > 

BOX '44 

Ponie Vedra Beach, Fla 12082 

Homer Paul Gene 
607 Delmoni Si 
High Pomi, N ( 

»..- U rj Edward EugtM IM. tt.7 
4151 Iohn«h"rouph( i . \pi KI 
\s instoA'Sakm s i 

Howard JusunJohn 
II Hilkrcsi Place 
High Pomi. N < 

Huffman Charles D 85.90.213 

l05O6Orchard Si 
Fairfax v.. 

Huffman ///.. Shemll 223 
10506 Orchard Si 

rj.fl^v.Xj 

llutho Joseph Stephen ?2> 
114 1 j. l,nj -\,c 
*shcborc N • 

Hughes Kathleen Sharon 67 223 

67 Barker Si 

I aioniown N i ^":j 

Hughes ManhnFai 191. iw 
2601 Vvoodk) Place N W .Api 515 
^^.^h,n^:l..^ li i >ooon 

//«/.« \an, i 
2IH I Idorado ku 
i\shcboro N l 

HI M\M> SM» I>1 NTS , " 

Humphntt (d'../.« / <•'> 199 
27 10 Hemlock \^t 
\kunjiu \.i 22305 

Hundlet Per. i / nu 106, 177 

M02S « huivhSi 
SmiihficlJ. V.i 23430 

Hum tia'\ Lee 

Rt h 

tMheboro m 27203 

a mlei Va* i / Lio. 
105 ( heiwood lerrj^c 

I an wood. ** J 

Hunter Paul Steven 199, 237 

Rl v 
V\in.tonS.ilci» S < 

Huichmt Catherine W 
605 kildee I'r 
Lexmgion, s < 

Hutchison Daren 

I lh I ongvKw l>r 
\shcuik s ( 28806 

Hvoil. Gilbert Elliott 56.57.68 199 

I aPlala, Md 20696 

IDOI . MR MANYON I 4«* 
Rl ) 

vx.io.ton-N.ikm. N C 

Inge, ( harles i> ' 26 

ri *. B.». :im 

l^nchhur? Va 2450J 

INTER-FRATI KMM t 01 N< II m 

lr»,n Dale I 223 

I I Maryland Ave . T««doPk 
Wilmington. Del 

/-m /Vnit^y 119 

6l0-< HawthorneSi 
High Point. N ' 

frwin John i^ 
4IOJ<ivervic« Si 

Sp^ru. \ ( 28673 



255 



hrael Joan Carol 223 

I . P i.N | 

Juik\<,n Susan Claire 70 
IOI9F«unRd .Gra>l>nCre»i 
w ilmmgton, Dei 

Jarr.u II |fl/svd S 
70! Hedgecock RJ 
HighPoini, N< 

Jensen, Ralph Frederick -J 76. 155 

<II'S 14th St 

*.rlingion. \ j 

h '■■■ '■ Sutonnt 151 223 
*cm Berlin. German} 

Jessup mm Patricia \*** 

Ri :.b„ < iiu \ 

Ml Air. N ( 27030 

Johnson Ben, 
l3l6Hempshirc( < 
High Pomi. s i 

Johnson (arl h 177 

2310 Lowe w 

High Point, s < 27262 

/•ifiiMtn ( \nthia 187 
1401 McGuinn Drive 

High Pomi n • ::■ 

Johnson /'ana 71, 150, 223 
M9lORcnwood I -i"c 
Rock* ilk. Md 20852 

Johnson Deborah G 104 1 16, 223 
J03Easi"D"Si 

Kannapolis, N < 28081 

John*.,,. Jamei Mane 78. 199 

Rl " H... MM. 

Greensboro, N 1 27407 

Johnson, Kenneth Paul I '8 
140 Leigh Si 
WarwtcV k 1 02889 

Johnson I arr, Dalt 60, 101. 199 

.'II PlMview Dr 

Mi ^iry. N ( 27030 

Johnson Michael G 112.113, 129, 223 
5101 White Flint Di 

kcnsmglon. Md 20715 

Johnson Ted Lee 223 

Ki 4. B.„ ixv.n 
Mii'h Point. N ( 

Johnston Brute Graham 

1051 72SI 

Ne« York N 1 10021 

ji>hn\h,n Susan I 223 
26Maldon Si 
Malverne. N N 11565 

Juhnu.,1 SiJn.-i 4nn ft?. 223 

2640 I aura Dr 

Falls Church. Va 220J6 

imnti Robert M 68 121 2»3 
i ISI3Partrid|je Dr 

Silver Spring. Md 20-MW 

/0WJ Z'/jn-j.' Marie 70, 21 ' 

804 North Rd 

Elizabeth ( .tv N I I9OT 

/on« / Street III 167 
Box .^ 

Pmc Level s ( 

Jones George Le*ts 73. 128, 129.223 
m«i~c loister 
Wilmington, Del 19809 

Jones Jeanetteh 223 

4600 H u nt Plj lC 
Oxon Hill, Md MW22 

Jones Johnny t 

t;00'Acdpe>. (111 d Df 
WinstOH'Sakm N < 

Jones Mar/am ( 82, 199 

2203 I Green Di 
High Point. N < 27260 

/OflfJ. Mar, Durtei 7|. |»7 

2403 Wnghtwood \ve 

Durham. N I 

Jones Michai M ■■ -• i> -u 
102 Brookvww Circle 
Jamestown, n t 

Jones Roe n 
iSlOOakview Rd 
High Point. M 

Awj Russell Jr 58.99.113.129.128 199 
21 ' arliskDr 

Livingston N i ' - ■ 

J—d, „*..,,. \nnt 66. 214 
4 Overlook TerrjvC 
Danburj ( unn 0b8|0 



lo\ Ronald ( ratg 




Early warm days in late winter brought increased activity 
to long campus afternoons. 



J.>, K.,n<jlJ( ratg 

'" Suv.nl OMIdM Rd 

Virginia Bcjih. Va 

IUDK IAR\ < Ol N( II 105 

ll MOB M \KSII-MS ^ 

Kodit Sieve R 81 
Roddick Rd 

Pooksxtlk. Md 20837 

Kam Man Elizabeth 92, 187 
1730N [> Si 
UkcWorih, Fla 33460 

Kait.Joree Sno* 56. 58. TO, 71, 155. 174 

SOI i ndcrb) i>f 
\k«jnd(....^j 22302 

Ktne.CaroU 104 223 
6342 Carolyn Di 

FalM hurch. Va 22044 

KAPPA Dll TA ?0-7l 
KAPPA 01 I I \ PI 58 

Kaufman, trunk Ben hi 
' i *- Valfcvbrook Or 
Silver Spring \w :<»*u 

ka\lor Oregon Waxne 214 

Rt 2. Box2§i 

Finksburg.Md 21048 

KAVSER. MRS. PA I I INI B -T 
101 ISkCCI< lul> Rd 

High Point \ < 

keom Joseph Wilson iw 

Asheboro, N ( 27203 

Kearm PamelaJean 223 
1640 Westchester Dr 
HighPoini N < 

Ararru Witham Edward 214 
Box 602 

Hjdin. S v 2XOII9 



ArOwii Patn.ia -Inn 
mM'alalox Dr . N I 
Atlanta. Ga 30324 

r\rr» JohnDand 58 
:SJ Mill Kd 
NortMMd, n i 08225 



92 98, uw. 159. 1X7 



KtlWI Bur haw ( 
4HJv n !5th Rd 
Arlington, \ j 22207 

KW/fl ImHCt 

44ii>\ M jm Si 
High Poini \ < 

k.lh < u'o/ -Inn IK7 

1418 Madison Ave 
High Point. N C 

Kemp Sall\ Marie 136,223 

3602 Kclox Rd 
Baltimore. Md 

kendig John 223 
'»* Market Si 
Sakm.Va 24153 

KenneJ\ Man Smith IgX 
Rt J. Bo. WA 
Thomasvillc. N < 

Kmjia/i $uwn He Rat 58, 105 174 
87 Hillcrcsl Or 
High Point. N ( 

M RR. MR v\ I ANI 18. 58 
'M Montlteu Axe 
HighPoini, N ( 

Her. Robert Frank 164. lr>H 
Rl lu. Box 100 
Greensboro, N ( 27406 

KHoa Grot Ian 214 
212 Bulu Gltifor 
Pen.mg. Malaysia 

ktem.Johnt 73 :: 1 
10 Whitman Dr 
Chatham.N i 02928 

Killtan Ben/awm [I 
Box Uth. Ki I 

Iriniix. N < 

Kitmarun TetiGrace 91.94. 115.223 
i ovmgston, \j 22949 

Am.a'd Thomas 136.224 
7365 SV\ 122 Si 

Miami. Ha .'.'156 

king Tom Harmon 68. 199 263 

4IXS DuPontRd 
v\ ilmtngton, Del 



Kinne\ James Michael 

1824 Pershing Si 
HtghPomi N < 

Kuehgessnet J«*in \fane 22* 
27 Honexmjn Dr 
Succasunna, n i 07876 

kirUand Evelvn I 136.224 

's«)l Mjtan-.ll \ve 
Bcihexd.,. Md 20034 

Kirkman John H 119. 120 

720Woodro« Ave 
HighPoini N « 

AfrtmOA Vo*tf| Wen 2011 

1803 Pleasant Garden Rd 
Greensboro n < 

KIRKM \N, MR O \HIIM R 18 
SOI w High Ave 

High Pn.ni N < 

Kirkman Itrr, 221 

Ri IO.Bo«958 
Greensboro, N < 

klinedtnu Pamela I ion,- 78. 178 
7112 Oarb) Rd 
Bcihrsdj. Md 20034 

knight Jane Elizabeth 83.91. 115.214 

Bo« 252 

Norlina, N < 27563 

Koch MiehaelS 72 
2421 edai Lane 

Cheshire. Conn 

koedam Wilhelmma S 224 

4S4 Bjxler \xc 
WxcVolf. N I 07481 

k oepenti k Gary John 1 76 
9700KcntsdaleOi 
Potomac, Md 20854 

Koerner. Ri.hurJ {> M. 224 

7100 Pari Rd 

( rurlotte, N < 28210 

kmdagt knwnChandler 214 

Ri 2 H-. 'll 
Arnold. Md 21012 

ki«,ni; Calvm William 

409 Bo.«ood Dr 
Greensboro N I 

kmen JohnR ?I4 
820 Stardust Blvd 
Noblesville. Indiana 46066 

k.«nega\ William Rett 68.190.200 

14 Hi Seminole 
(ireensboro. N i 27408 



Karl r ?.'4 
2307AshljndBhd 
Orbndo. I I. 12808 

kull Lrnne Mary :N 
xi Ambrose *ve 
Mjl.crnc. I. I . N V 

Logo* fames Ednaed 80. 8 (.224 
:mia ^rvinSl 
Whejion. Md :<Nn: 

'.d(/i MvnleLee 

--. Doj[*.»«J( r 
High Point. N ( 

LoMar. Donald Ru\ XJ. xs. :i4 
925 Eastchcstci Dr 

M.|fh Po.ni. N t 

LaMor. Painaa 6 
1314 C Hillcresi Manor 

HiphPomi. N < 

I \MBD\( HI \l PHA 72-73 

Lambeth, l>-nm 214 
4625 S Main Si 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Lancashire Carol 75. 1MB 

"*W jhlSl 
Somersci Mas> 02726 

Landrum. Deh»rah Eileen ~i. 122. 155. 224 
201 Oakwood Rd 

Uilmtngion. Del 19X01 

Laney. Phyllis Lim 78.200 
HOI Virginu \xe 
Monroe. N« 28110 

lang. D.mna ker 
2H39S*lvjn Rjmhlc Rd 
Atlanta. Ga '"*:■> 

Lamer Virginia Cole I XX 
Rl 10. Bo» 124 
lexmgion. N ( 27292 

Larriek. Riei/el 
)839Be«crl) Hills Dr 
High Point, N t 

laihan Robert Brum 92. 179 
MOUctinrook Dr 
Burner. \( 27509 



/ QlSiOi Jumet \ 

*2l 25th St 
Arlington, V a 22202 

Laws. Linda R 67. 1 14. 224 

116 tt Market Si 

Snow Hill. Md :ix<,< 

Lee, Kathleen (, 224 
204 1 (.o.lfordSl 
rhomasvillc. N ( 

Leflei Vfliif, b 78. ixx 

1401 Audubon Axe 
•\ifccn. SC 29X01 

LEGISLATURE 104 
Lemondt, Samuel < 
1002 I -i" I akesDr 
Greensboro, N < 

Leng.JimG III 81.95. 200 
19 Hilltop Rd 

Vjrdlex.Pj 19067 

l«Kfl l(.(.y *4 224 
2l06Glcnsidc Farms 

Wilmington. Del 19X03 

l<<,nard Leslie R 74.224 

XliUcrndjIcDr 
Suiesvilk. N c 2xh77 

Leslie. William 4 214 
ioi s Anderson Si 
Morganton.N< 28655 

I e\ler Paul Sherman 
IWFnddleSl 

lliph Point \ (_ 

l.exering Marlene f 
lli)2 \d.im.St 
HighPuini N ( 

LEVEY. DP \RIHI R I 47 

Sheraton Hotel 

Hiph Point \ (. 

// ii /s OR LEWJ *i 
202ShadQ*> Valtet RJ 
High Point \ ( 

Lewis Marjori, 136 224 

1522 Adjmxuc- Rd 
Baltimore. Md 2l22x 

».r-n Michael < 57.81, 129.200 
iOr. Sixth Ave 
Baltimore, Md 21225 

lihh, Man Jane 66.214 
15106 Liberty Grove Rd 
Burtonsville, Md 

Ligon, i'ar„l Riggx 70.214 
Sjndx Spiinp. Md 

Linehergtr Patricia 4 224 
Rl 4. Box 634 

lincolnion. N C 2X092 

Linton. Thoma* M 127. 200 

l-M N H.II-. ()t 
Apt 15. Novux Apis 
Nornstown. Pa 19401 

Lipe Bruner III 93. 168 
>2io Forestvicw Dr 

High Point N i 

Lmenden Pain.iu -inn 75.214 
nOOvAeilmgionRd 
RKjge*o»>d. N J 074S0 

Luchford Ri.hurJ i 76,113,128 12** , 24 

4H..rxafdRd 

Wilmington. Del I9X0X 

/.Kf/^. Mama Ann 96 
6720 N 31 Si 
Arlington. Va 22211 

Little. William D I7x 
4622 < jrmel Pjtk Dr 
Charlotte. N <- 28211 

Llovd.Harvet C 69.214 
2624 N Roosevelt Si 

Afimgion \.i :;;tr 

UK Kl . DR VA R 44 

l4INV\cndover Dr 
lt.ghPo.ni.se 

LOCKE. MRS W R 54 
l409WendoverOi 

High Point. \ C 

Lockman Phillip A 176 

Rt I 

Iron Station, N C 9x080 

Loflm. Stephanie L 
1 101 Chestnut Dr 
High Point. N C 

Logon. Ben, Jane 55, 83. 1 73 
597 HthAve.N E 

HKkorx.NC 

L^gan. Deborah -I 67. 224 

1 17 Fifth Axe 
Denton. Md 



256 



LoHse, Ellen r 55 75 173 
1060.1 Orchjrd Si 
Fairfax. V;j 220J0 

Lokt\ Sherry Jean 224 
lI'MBritiiflgham R.I 
Salisbury. Mtl 21801 

Ionian. Emeu \eaUr 200 
Ri 5. Box 718 
Greensboro. N.C 27405 

long. Bill\ 200 
PD Bo* 656 
Denton. N C 27239 

Lung. Lynda Louis* ( *-. 2i«i 

TltOBcltiDt 

Forcsiville, Md 20028 

Lopoimkov. Laurel Lee 79, 224 
kji Towcicre&i I>r 
Puivhur^h. Pj 

tort . Ronald Joseph I S2. 200 
512 North Si 
Hkion. Md 21421 

Loll, Bonnie J 92, 188 

\K» ormtcfc V'.- Ri D 

lljnimonlon. S I 08037 

t null DorolHx Jane 214 
5J0BantaSi 

Ridgc»oo<j. N J 07450 

Km I . MR I MARSHA I I 41 
632 docketing Rd 
High Point. N ( 

Love Ronni Edward 224 

R\ V Hm VMS 

Kernersville, N ( 

Lo*>en . R,d>en Low 7;. 200 
6022 Craig St 
Springfield. Vj 22UO 

Luedeke Samei Edgar 85.201 

■ 7 Boulder Brook Dr 
Wilmington. Oct i9X<n 

Lupion, \lw\ I inn.- 66, 201 
J336 N kcnsingionSi 
Arlington. \j 22207 

/ ran Borbj'u s 175 
7MI>( uyugJ *ve 
BciIkmIj Md 200.14 



I nwi Mar i m Kenneth 90. 214 
Ri 10, Bo. 'i 
I cungton. N ( 

\f. Uislee i»m 
202 W,|lo« \ve 
PikjUwjj, \ i 08854 

Md \BI MRS IOSI I'M I )8 
503 Rockspring H,.jj 
High Potm, s < 

McCaskili I lenient Lem I6M 

Hi 4 

High Point. \ < 

»/. ( fijftrf/ * U "„, Ifi/tun |68 
2I0B< heMnut Dnve 
High Poini N ( 

UrCaufri Jeanne ( 67, H4 22< 
HOSunsei Drive 
Demon. Md 21629 

M«< rWfaH K..K.I /,, -I,, 
805 rolljndSi 

I .ivl Hartford, i „nn 06108 

M, < Umd lame* /./»„-,/ 
Rook- *. Box Ha R 
HighPoini, M 

McCollex Georg. Thonta, 72 JI4 
609U 27lhSl 
Wilmington Del I9WI2 

M.CurUe Candin, n „ ( 66 201 
1 120 Mound BuiMcrvRoad 
Nt»ark.Ohio43055 

McCormuk Jacqueline I 22S 
2760< nmcron R.. a U t jsi 
I..IM h ul ,h V, 222J6 

1/rOarXfii Fwrn-i \..„, "5 

B„, Ml 

Pincville, ki 4i"-- 

W,< 'j.i.f. nvviiiB 178 
101 I Northgalc \pi. 
High Point, N ( 

M. i ran i tnda Hour 57 »Q| 
108 4 ollegeSi 
rhomasville. N ( 

l/. ( u//i /w. Imaae 17* 
411 Tanlev Ro.nl 
Silvei Spring, Md 209IH 




£W« when the news was old the "First Edition" was not 
forgotten. 



. . UdinR Ir 237 
2421 Woudmfl \-cnuc 
High Pomi \ i 

V, Dunr/r t'ui'i.iii :i4 
601 u Ward \»enue 
tilth Point N t 27260 

McDowell Sun V >r< 
1400 Richland Si 
HighPi 

MtEhanx Jun. I 67 225 
6601 \ ?vihM 
Vrlmglun \ i 22213 

Wi Far/ond Hithom ».„„*/,,.. ;oi 
Route i Sot 131 
HiiriK, Deb* are 1995' 

McCeogh Sudani >«« 214 
905 Venice Di 

Sikct Spi M ■ 

tfr6*n '■-/''' > I** 
tH"i< entennul Vtenuc 
High Point M 

U '.»... /..,.. t/.,. (1 . >25 
M00( eniennul \»< 
HighPoini S < 

U Che, " ilham Ruddh 119 22* 
4802 lopping R id 
R. n.l..lk M.I 20S5J 

\UKmnrt I'm;. . 
Route II B,.. 163 
Grccndton N I 

V. Kinnci ftoherii Sj I ",. ;u 

J02I jrolma \t«nuc 
to«c-M n. N | 18043 

UtLevd ft»\ H'eilei Jr 
R..UU- I Bo. (04-H 
lulun. N ' 

MtMl I MS MRS l VMI S 
llieh Pomi * ollcgi 
HighPoini S( !72b2 

i/.PheruM rh.tniox I,. 
1505-GiiewRd 

Durhjm N > 2770* 

t/oAi H, n *.,.,. 92 I'" 201 
PO H,,. 4*0 

\.t 24I4H 

lfa.A.mnon WuftaW ( 

l702Gu>erSl 

High Pomi N ' 

Mackintosh EorlM III 64 h\ 104,214 
7520 \rro*wood KJ 
Bcihesdd Md 20034 

\< . 4 Brine » 225 
20MSute Rd ..' 

<><i..fd < <•»» 116481 

Ktaddo\ Darn, l » /// 
\« i BUitchelot i>f 
Greensboro N c 

\tjddt>\ Virginia 0* >i 22* 
1X04 TrentwoodDi 

Greensbwo N < 27410 

IfAftfll) AwhmC 

H.o 272 

N'l 

t/.(i,A» SftW. , i//." I3K 225 
50X( I j) ion Aienuc 
Ro«boro N I " " 

l/fl;/A ur /««" s 

Route I 

Swihur) Pj 17801 

\tolan\ Judith I 1)6.214 

726Brjdhon Road 
Cuumnjii Ohio 4524* 

\tdlp>i\< Herman. Ji 
2434 1 l e\inglnn \venwe 

HighPoini N i 

Warn" Su^u'j/ 
Route I B..- 44 
CaMhjge.N< 28327 

Munlcx Mania Michael 201 

i ml* |jh..i Si reel 
High I'oini S< 

\lani: II o/ft 'I 76. 1 13. I 2* I 29 

605< nnbraok R"-"J 
t ocfcc)»illc. Md 21030 

MorUand '.j*> ' 129, i " 

Route i 

\dvance, N t 27006 

i/„.*- \velf 225 
121 Tremoni \»cnuc 
North PljinfieW N l 07061 

Marshall Donald Eugene 168 
(-«? Mulherr; Si 
Winston Sjlcm N ( 



Indunjpolis Ind 4i.. , :n 

'''■■' ■ r. ■ f)ur, 'ill 

■ 

\ < 

\m,aid l i».."? 22 s 

u iiision-Sjkm. \ C 

\ljrun \ 

Thorn jm ilk N I 27360 

Mj'tm II itfram / 
12701 Bkhill R.ud 
Uhejton, Md 20906 

lr. j Oiaih 90 105 201 
S Brojd« is 
I arcvi Cn> n • 28043 

Manhf*\ ManhaKa* 185 

I37Eii|(< ouri 

Scvernj I'.rl Md 21 146 

MATTHEWS l»R ftM f 
114 N I entennul 
HighPoini. N i 

Matthiesen Suten "^ 
6124 Wheatland R..j.i 
Bjlumoie. Md 2122" 

Maitoett ffi>i Ifarff 201 
2>i2 Purd. Avenue 
High Pomi. N i 

MV\ MKs GtORGf I 50 

■ -I Si reel 
Wmsion<Sjlem N * 

Woiw Lott Elizabeth 66 202 

l600Grjvenolj 

Newark. Del 

MAYS MRS \N 

Rowella \pjilmcnU 
HighPoini. N ( 

*/. jj DehraJean 225 

14901 Turkcyl Road 

Gjilhcrsburg. Md J0760 

tfi hi 9, verti I 79 "i 114 115 225 
)II9< ourlSl 

< lj>mom i 

Mei*l i Pain, i 
WFIorhjm \ venue 
High I'oioi N i 

Metros, Hum Phillip 73, 128, -14 
8222 Slreamwood Drive 
Baltimore Md 2l2-» 

Mehon Sheila trtem - 1 92 99 202 
404 Cedarbrook Drive 
Danville. Vj 24541 

Ml N s DORMITORY < '>« Hi II 106 

Merhige <ir f zO 225 
131 12 Brandon Wn) 

(.jilhcrvhurp Md 20760 

Meisiel Ruben Edward 2 in. 22* 
i-i i Sanfofd Road 
Silver Spring Md 20902 

MetealJ Chfion i 225 

623 s Vuirkv Si reel 
Arlington. Vj 22204 

Miliar buih\ Pale 7| 
1602 I jurcl I jne 
High Point. \ ( 

Miller. Angela 92.202 
"II Mansion Drue 
Hope-ell \ j 23860 

Miller IngcluOeun K3. 136 137 IHj 
Rouie \ Bo» 309 
Wilmington. S ( 28401 

Miller Dand Mendel ihi 
4l6Siuon< ouri 
N.KerNpr.ng. Md 



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Miller Dtnm, Lewn 
7l4 2ndSircei 
■\lioonj. Pj 16601 

Miller Jam t \ R 2l* 
26 Wellington R<ud 
Livingston N J 07039 

Miller Rj,hel Anne 92 I.X 
Rome 10. Jone-. Road 
Winston-Salem N (. 

Millman Kenneth M l<W. |7» 

RIDI 
Lincoln. Delj-jre 19960 

Minor BrendaCail i:"> 
Route I Mebane N 

Mllh J„hnnx l?K 

IOSColumh U s \-enu? 
HighPoini N I 



257 



Kfuhot Htlhur :i^ 
2*02 Vjf BurenSl 

High ('..mi N ( 

\hi.han, DauJLoutt 57. 124 125 126 US. 202 !01 .V" 
bl6HcdrKk Street 
HighPoini N < 

Mohlmann Robert Jr 181 
M2ltennv St 
High Point, s < 

*/..'iw. .. Ri. hot J i>„ or I •>*. 2 1 * 

Route I 

Scafurd. Del 1997! 

W"iMieAi»i.yamcf Awe 68 190 :<>" JJJ 

?i Hcndcc 

ManeheMer.Cunn 

MOODN. MR I I 42.90 
1 107 Guilford Avenue 
High Point, N ' 

Mood) Margaret s 225 
."•l stt IlihCi 
Pomp*no Beach, l Id utwi 

Vom Sftfrf) Caraf 92.215 
I2I5< arterSt 
High Point. NX 

Moonty Hazel Bennett 202 
Route i 
rnnily.N « 

Moonty Kai JjiJtflf* 92. IKK 
JIOSKiven Drive 
HighPoini. \ « 

Moore, ( barter Ltvon 22'> 
XOH lt*m Avenue 
High Pomi. N C 

\4,»>r* i Arnfi Inn 202 
I'll Bjysdatel jm 
Richmond, Vj 

Moon, Llainr H 
Turf wood Onvc 
Pfjf'town. N C 

Mmm -,,1'x Brad/urd 202 
M9\V.HN]|jndDr»c 

(•rccn%horo. S t 

If ..... Huhaf.H 

'»<>< enter Drne 

t jmr> Spring Vld S»ll 

t/. ".;.! A,/, IIWvA 90, I-.' 
2314 Kn.ii Drue 
High Point N t 

W. ■'*.,.. freJeruk 125 
I'i-U Hluhol K.>jJ 
tt'hcjion MJ 20906 

W..'i..,- Mihlred > ... *7 vH 

401 R ng Road 

High Point N ( 

\U#te\ Pairuia hi 125 
W|7 Wilmeil K...id 
Bclhesdu Md 20034 

Ifarm SArrfn S/vi 
RiMltc9 

Sjlcm S ( 

l/f>rh>ii PamWa In* 
l7||)S>kcv Street 
Burlinglon. s I 

\lo\e\ if art < aridvn 66 IKK 

Route 5 

r r.ml/m. \ ( 

MOTSIN<-l K \IR\ N \M I 17 
1422 Grcenhill Drive 
High Point, N i 

\l()l MS l»K < 1 SI. 100 

""l". MunilKU \ venue 
High Point s. i 272W 

lludr, MithaelaP -I s 
1J09 I ( rv Place N 
Vrlingion Va 222"' 

Ml I I IMV Kl v <■ R«H \M) 23 44 138 139 140 

• :i ( irclc Drive 

High Point, N < 27262 

Mulll* I irgtma 1/ 

UOOPjrk K....I 

( harlutle. N i 2K209 

Hunger l ugeoi I I * l mi 225 

l490Grundtievv 

Arnold. Md 21012 

Munr,. //.,,,/ \U,n 225 

tr< hoctoa Drnc 

I .-fesi Heights. Md :<hi:i 

l/tawuii 7«.A Dmmh - - - 
Route i" Bov 685 
Lexington. s< ;\"i; 

Itiert Ifubaei Vta%ne IK2 
1 15 Harper Streei 

V\ invlon-SjIem. \ t 




Part oj packing up to go home is gathering up your ZENITH's which help keep friends and 
fun in mind during the summer. 



Ifim Poimk Iran,,, 
1903 PjlterMin Road 

1 ,iut hurch, ^ j 

\\\ Rli K DR \l \l\(. 49 
903Fdiridge Drive 
(jmestown N ( 

\txn.t • arotSpemei ^> 202 

I life Buckingham R<ud 
Grccnsbofo, N i 

\t\n<t Pamela S 215 
1601 Worth Strcci 
High Point N i 

\ahig\an IKf. , lee 91.94 22: 
R.md.,11 Rojd 
Mjiupoiseil \Ijm 02739 

Sail Kenneth lljinr 93 202 
45*9 ««M li.M St 
Winston s.ikni N i 

\u.ft \a»i% If.., 61 /5 104 I 
1014 \ si <.it,, 166-N 

Svoti n i h.-, iii »>;::> 

\ ul „/'.. Inm 215 
^^^ Murdoch Rojd 
Bjlumure, Md 21212 

\eedhom ImefHO h I"" 

101 kev Street 

Pilot Mounuin N < 27041 

H , . R ..- W 
IllIin Drive 
Ml Moll) Spring* Pj 17065 

\i n-'"'"" 1 LinJat.uu 92 IKK 
■Obi ivhei \v«nue 
High Pomi N i J7262 

Nl I son MR lAMtSl -it 

9.V Noilinghjm Road 
High Point N I 

\, w<( < anifi-ii 65 " ( IK0 
141 I4H I uqucr Ro.id 
Pon w jvhmgion, 

II St- i . 

\e*man Pai%\ t Mot 215 
I420< ook Street 
HighPoint, s i 27262 

\hkell Robert £lgtn J- BI. I 
4364Winch«ici Drive 
MliwnPjrk. Pj 1 5101 

\t/ong f'UMJ Paul I Ml 

Route V. Bi" Ml 

I cxington, N i 27292 

\'ifvng W tehatt Eugene 215 
R.iuic 5, Gumtrce Rojd 
Winslon-Sdlem, N ( 

Vat* Carotin H 
Bo. 351 

hiuboro ^ v ."'i; 



n.-.i /»■-. Samri 112.113 128. 129 
hll^ \onclleve Drive 
FalhChurch.Vj ::<U4 

Vof/no*i (<.'.</ 1 67, 225 
(215 1 morj < i««'vh R,.jd 
Olney, Md 108J2 

\orntan <-w, Thomoi 202 
1914 Independence R.<.«d 
Greensboro, N ( 

Norwood Phillip 202 
1123 Mejdo-ljvvn Avenue 
High Point, NX 

\ueholh Jmeph Tht/mas 
2l5KLccdsl J«e 
Winston-Sakm. S C 

\uhen 4nne Helene 109.171 
3221 For s >lh Drive 
Greensboro. N C 27407 



Bo* 73 

Montpelier, Vermont 05602 

Ohermuetler Paul <b " 
1004 I dmondson \v»-n UC 
t jtonvvilk. Md 21228 

Ot unniH Daniel Parker 226 
571 Gilmorc Street 
Mcjdvillc. P.i I63JS 

Ogden Honda Jean 108 136 202 
i»' t irolmj Street 
Roanoke Rupids Nt 27870 

Ogle\b\ Ohfrta Inn 
40K D Highland \venue 
Kinslon, n t 

Oldoker TerreiKe Ed*ard I ■ 
B... 26 
rrenton, S < 

OMersha* Hart I 
k Bonaire Drive 
Hampton Vj 23 169 

Ch.tr tdnaHorriwn 180 
502 P.irk*j\ Drive 
High Point, N i 

(»//,i fVit/iiiUjK, 76.126.226 
161 airvK* Avenue 

N ( i[ihiinri"<i ^IJ 1 .'' 

(»»ion Jamei Davrd i >* it-^ 
Route 10. B..x 422 
I cMngton, N ( 

t» \eal Frame* Utte I3h. 226 

92 Vance Street 

Roanoke Rjpid- Nl • 

••■.. r«rrt /■ wo 
9508 Billmore Drive 
Silver Spring, Md 20901 

t)R|)t R nl llll I IGHTI Dl \\1P Srj 



Ostas \hflbt I 
107 \ I tak wood Strcci 
High Point. N i 

iluilaml LJilh Inn 75. 188 

Bon i ?2 

Pikcville. N < 27863 

Oxrrgaard. Janet Marie 'i 215 
>7I9 Viceroy Street 
SpringHeld. W 22151 

Overman. Barbara l»i 99 191 203 

It... 197 

Whiukcrv, N I 27891 

Owen. Hi"' let i'» 7 . i 7 i 
4-i'i.( arridge Drive 
High Point. N i 

Padgeit, I vie Barn \:<* 
w; Hargo 
Wheaion. Md 20906 

Page. John hamel 22t> 

SOO Olive Drive 

Silver Spun*.-. Md 20904 

Pattr Chen !-•» 58, 78,91. W.9J. 114. 115. 152,203 

15. Yale Ferrdce 
i inden. N J 

Palmer Edna Robbim S5, i" 1 ' 
l39DawnsvilleDrive 
Wmvion-Sakm, m 27107 

PANHELLENK 65 

PANTHI Rl I lis 114. MS 

PappOi Million, P Jr 76.215 
ZOKuryn Terrace I 

M«Jdlclown S I 

Pardue. shjr,.,, i 226 

Rome l 

Rural Hall N ( 

Porker < arot Elaine 188 
2009 tt Rotarj Drive 
High Point. N ( 

Parki ' OorrelH cm 
2009W r. ir, Drive 
High Po.nl. N < 

Parker R<>-n r l s 

1919 N < entennul Avenue 

High Poini S ( 

Parker Tomm\ R->ger 169 

Route 4 

rhomaiville, n 1 27360 

PARKS, MRS 1 MMI I I \ 41) 
Route - 
Innnv S ( 

Pa\kai Linda Jean 70.71 
'4>Si..nc\r>fjc Drive 
Falls I hur^h \., 22044 



258 



Rule' Mennir 



Paiursoa. Marj Jan, 79, 226 
2055 Gordon Road 
High Point. \ ( 

Patterson, Sana D f.5. 66, 203 
1405 Juliana Place 

Mcvjndt.j.vj 22304 

PATTON. OR W M 22. <5. 147. 155, .•*) 
821 W College Drive 

High Point. N (. 27262 

Pain,- Linda Sturm 
J*' I akeshorc l>r 
Newport. \«*s. Vj 23602 

Peabody. MtHnda Anne 108.203 
289 Jefferson Road 

Princeton. \ ( 1ISMH 

Pearson. Ivan Davis 80. Bl, i ~* 
209 Lakeside Avenue 
Piinun. N J 

P«* Ralph Raymond 215 
1921 Powhaun Slreei 
Falls Church. Vj 2204J 

Peel. Cation Russell 215 
106 Motrin Drive 
High Pomi. N C 

Penn. Stewart Leslit 97, 215 

72Caialpa Avenue 
Perth Ambuy, N J 08861 

Pci'i. /- rrflfl J"an 2 1 5 
Roulc 6. Box 469C 
Greensboro, N C 27420 



Perlozzo. Nick Anthony 
129 Race Street 
Cumberland. Md 21502 



Ptrryman. Kenneth Doug I 72 

Rome 10 

Lexington. N C 27292 

Pturton. Roberta B 74.226 
218 Creitmoor Circle 
Silver Spring. Md 20901 

Peine Man Elizabeth 203 
2505< amden R.ud 
Greensboro. N ' 27403 

Ptirom toseph i 203 

20"> Talmadgc Street 

Nc- Brunswick. "•• I 08902 

P/a/J Michael U 226 
455 > lynivalk) Drive 
Winston-Sakm, ** * 27104 



94.124. 126. 131. 181 



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Phtlhps. Barbara Lt 
Rl X. Box 81 A 
Lexington. *• < 27292 

Phillips DovidWovnt I7h 
Box i;uih 
Pinelops.N< 27874 

IMIII I IPS MP POHI KM 1' 

1420 Grantham Dr 
Hifh Point, s I 

Phtthpi. William, Jr 
IJOJforrcNi St 
High Point, N ( 

PHI MU 74. 7S 

PHYSICAL i Dl < AT ION MAJORS 
CLUB 94-95 

Picket. Phyllis «• 

249 Chanter Dr 

Berkck) Heights, N J 07922 

Pierce James C 215 

241 Pme-ood Lane 
Rock Hill.SC 29730 

Pierce. Louise 75. 172 
l502MtddkbvrnDr 
■\kx.indfi.i Va 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 76-77 

Pineu Julianne 2?6 
Box <64 

Kingston, s n 03848 

Pipes. Paula Mane 66. 203 
4010 Tanc* \>c 
Alexandria. Va 22304 

Pittman Robert A 226 
l925ColgaieSl 
Roanoke, Va 24012 

Pitman. Ronald Minn 73. 203 
1407 ValkvmedeSt 
Greensboro. N ( 

Puis. Cheryl Inn I J6. 226 

Box 305 

Glen Alpine. NC 28628 

Pi::addi John I 
Rt I.BoxA-l 
Lelton. Del 19943 

Pluniett. Catherine 
21 Drexcl Dr 
Jackson. N.< 08527 



215 



91.94. 114. 115 



Pobletis. Jacqueline 1 16. 215 
1313 < hapman Rd 
Randallsiown. \ld 21133 

Poet. Karen L 226 
l220Wbur> Dr 
Wilmington, Del 1980S 

Poland Hanson > 226 
604 Nortfi Boulevard 
South Belmar, N J 07719 

PtAston Sarah S 

Ri 10, Box '''4 
Lexington s « 

Pommer Donald I 22f> 
H I" I lyettc Rd 
Kensington, Md 2079J 

Poole < ha/les /> 132. 133.215 

24<i | airvien st 

Ml Air>. s ( 27030 

PoOtntQn, Douglas » 226 

4219 Garden Si 

Winston-Sakm, N t 27105 

POP! . DR I B 17 
Sedge Garden Rd 

Kerncrsville, N « 

POR II R MR RAIFORD M 50 
::: Hawihronc R.i N M 
Winston-Sakm. N C 

Poller, Susan I 74, 2?r> 

I M-cr Millstone Ljnc 

Salisbury. Md 2t80i 

Powell \an. i Combs 57, 83, 203 
1518 Homewuiid \>c 
HighPomi.N (. 

PowWf Vonej f 71.215 
10412 KinlochRd 
Silver Spring. Md 20903 

Prather. Alan Hardy 105. 203 
'si i Westflek) Ave 

High Point \ l 

Preiatt. Rodnei Thomas 20.1 
5071 Crimes Ave 

High Point. N C 

Prwe James Edward 

2506Newion Si 
Wheaion. Md 2091(2 

Price, Ruth Hewitt 91.95. 114.226 

Box 225 

Tellno Plamv Tenn 

Pr„, Virginia Sut 87 96 175 
400 Lake Blvd 
Fairfax. Va 

Price William Douglas 
1001 Wlllowmerc lane 
Cambridge. Md 2161 ) 

Pntehard. Robert 73, 226 

4.1 14 N ( harlc.Sl 
Baltimore. Md 2(218 

PRITCIIfcTT, MR JAMES R 42.48 
7I7W Farms Ave 
High Point. N C 

Proehl, Rebecca Anne 55. 56. 98. 109. 185 

1621 McKinney Avenue 
Lynchburg. Va 24502 

Proust. AtonE 226 
41878 S Four Mile Run Dr 
Arlington. Va 

PUBLIC AFFAIRS 38 

Pusry. James \orman - 81, 182 
Avon Knoll 
Avondale. Pa 19811 

Quattnbush.Curtts U).204 

Rt 2 

Graham. N< 27253 

Quackenbush. Patricia 226 
4381 mcoln \ve 
WyckofT.N J (I74HI 

Qubem Virfo 
211 I ..we Ave 
High Point, N ( 

Rafftm Mar. Inn 22U 
8207 Po>t Oai Rd 
Rockvilk. Md 

Ragland Ellen S 183 
I2M Moniteu \ic 
High Point s < 

Ramjet George » 183 

1107 I Ri.hm HotnlRd 
High Point. N t 

Roper ( herytl 180 

J28W Sixth Si 
Lexington. N ( 27292 

Rape Kathenne Craig 22 T 
936 < ounciISi 

High Point. N ( 



Ra l k PattlL o 1 
:-r N v\ i2th a»c 
Fl I auderdak, I la 

RAI v H MRS » KROI *i N 
1025 N Centennial 
High Pomi. N ) 

Ra~t,i Barbara fori 109 169 

1 16 Hall High* j) 

< nsfield M 

P \WI n MRS I) \ IR si 
1027 Wellington 
High Point. N v 

Raw!, i r«wi i 
1 16 Hall Highway 

< nsfield Md 21817 

Rat M HoelP i".. :i ( 

Rd 
Ho-Ho-kus N i 07423 

.■■... - - . 

4102 Decalwi Ave 
Kensington Md 20795 

Reed. James David 

Rl 6 

Winsion-Sakm N ( 27107 

RfCd I mJa < 

Ri 5 

Winston-Sakm N ' 27107 

Reed Virginia Ellen 188 

27241 SpragucSt 

Winston-Sakm N ( 
fffeif Hichaet t 

I «W tt SocnihSt 

( onncrsvillc. Ind 

R,uh ( lauJiaB 
Rt 1 
Kernersvilk, N v 

Ri I 

< kveland, N < 2701 1 

Retd Edward H 2(M 

112 Pmevv.,,,-1- Rd 
rh t -ma«illc N t 

fffuA Richard I 69 

R I D •:. Duii.mMilIRd 
Malvern. Pa 



. - c>J rdRd 
S ikm. n ( 

. Dixit I' 74. 215 
1619 Hathaway Rd 
Durham. N ( 27707 

. Robbinkat 22' 
»' Raven U 
Wilmington T>el 19803 

RHODES MRS VIRGIN] \ J| 

'"' T-.^enham Dr 
Greensboro N l 

Rice Kathenne A 70, 76, 171 
6129 Leesburg P>ke 
Falls Church. V a 

Rice, William Albert ::* 
Rt I Bo< 141 
< olfax.N < 

Ruh J, an Webb 
ir BnitamSi 
^sheboro. N i 27203 

RuharJ<<,n.Putrul I *<M 

H... 125, moth Radai Sq 
w insion-Salem, N i 

Riches i ha h 80 81. 132, 216 
112 B^nburs Di 
Wilmington, Del 1980S 

Ridings William Hariri 69. 123, 
i Honeysuckle Court 

Wilmmgion. Dei I9K0> 

Riecks Man Elisabeth 
204 Emerald Hill Dr 
Taniallom, Md 20022 

Riplet ( olten lllison 

13806 "^utlev Rd 

Siher Spring, Md :<*«U 

Ripple Randal lee 
46Ptnehur%t Rd 
Ashcillc. N i 28805 

RlWr I xnnP 2?1 
2114 Mormngsidc Dr 
Burlington. N " 27215 

Rater Mennie 188 
Rl 2 

R.ihhinx. \ < 27325 



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The tantalizing odor of charcoal-grilled steaks draws 
P. E. Majors close to the fire. 



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Ruler. Rosemary 227 
Ri I 

RobblM, N I 

Roach. France* 79. 227 
411 t-jirvicwDr 
Lc.tngton. N C 27292 

Roark Wanda Camel 122.204 
58Hilkre*t Ave 
Mjriinsville. Va 24112 

Robbms Michael tee 69. 227 
652 Bicnt Si 
Wmsion-Sakm. NC 27103 

Roberts. Diane K 227 
67l7Crani Ave 
Pennsauken. N J 08109 



R„bms Pegg\ ieai 
Ri ' 
Vjlnoit 0\e. N I 



en, so, 91 »5,99 227, 240 



Ruhef Linda Sue 
S2I6N tt-ishingionBlvd 
\rlingion, Va 22205 

ROBINSON, MH IOSI I'M tt 43, 

■ hi ourl 

High Point, N t 

RubMUM Su\un Inn, 66 216 
251 1 I aulkwoods Rd 
Wilmington. Del 19X0.' 

Roclenhaugh Shirle\ Mae 
5009 Bcli Rd.SU 
Washington. D ( 20016 

ROGI HS MR I W II SON 43 
S07Sherbruok Di 
High Point, N t 

ftogrrt Lou Elaine 204 

MDoherly l)t 

( lifton, N i 0701 1 

Rtnt Deannah 22' 

K2I 8(<>mpi»n St 
Freden».k>.r<ofg. \ j 224(11 

R,-m Rnhard H 76 

IMM Woodmooi I JIM 
Mcl on. \ j 22101 

R,ahei Murk David 

VS^Sin^lci.m Di 
Bcihcsdj. Md 20034 

Ruhl Kenneth Jatk 9.76 
451 Sterling Place 
Ridge wood, N ) 07450 

Rushing * aihenne I ee 'x. 204 
ri < ornwjHi* Place 
Newport Nc». \ .i 2)602 

W»".// Lawrence J' 

Boi 4X4 

IhomjvMlk S ( 27360 

\j.//f' WfJIf Wu«- 70. 165. I7X 
i Marcia< CKirt 
Rock vi lie Md 20851 

•iaker\ Dale Jean 180 
l S < unitance l>r 
(.Icn Riddle. Pj 19037 

Salmon William Wallace I '5 
422 lujniu St 
High Point. N * 

Samuel Ruben illen '2. 2<« 

916 s«-.»i l)r 
\lc-.indn... \.. 22308 

Saniueli Luc\ t 57 
" 1 1 H c handler Si 
High Point, s< 

Samuel* Run-lull I 
7ii B ChiindkrSl 
High Point, s < 

Sander* Charley S I, \\l 
I4H RilienhOUSC Si 
i ynehhurg Va 24502 

Sander* Ceroid t 85.92. 176 

nc- MaynardSl 
Pagcland.SI 2972a 

Sander* Linda Carol 70.175 
I8M WoodcrcM Di 
\iheboro s « 

Sannne* fatter i 7] 127 216 
6813 Mgonipiin We 

Beihcsdj. Md 200)4 

\upn< Jamtt Constance 
2920 Ramsgatc ( ouri 
\\ mil on -Salem s < 

Saltlg < hrlsltan II 
27CedarDr 
Farmmgdalc, s \ 11735 

Sounder* Jam i*u> 5X. 1X9 
HUM Norihgalc< our l 
Mich Point, s ( 

S\t SOt Rs MRS R \ND-\l I H 

155 Rolling Rd 
High Point, s i 



Savage Barbara i M 22 
Ri i Box 65 
Bishopvilk Md 21813 

S,Hau* Kenneihl 97 221 

103 Poplar Si 

Gardens n> N 1 115)0 

Srheufele t'u U Olanm 
1906 s l pi, ,»l si 
\rlington Va 22201 

SrAnwfci* O.h'ul,. 227 
mm | VanccSl 
luyuj>\.ini>.i s ( 27526 



v /,„,„/,- Juduh I i 227 Ml 
IKI2 Warner Si 
Kensington. Md 20 "''- 

si iisi l i MRS \DI I MDI 41 
9|K FerndakBhd 
Higl P AM S ( 

St h<*/ tier Ronald " KS 90 204 

K l> - 

Vmsicrdam, s ^ 12010 

Schwnhul Uavne .'»M 

7 1.Und We 

Seaside Park. N l 0*752 

s< ||o| \s| n IKiSiiK sol II n 



Sihrader Btmnie I \nn 66.91 « 95, I 

6SpaMing Di 

I ivingklon, s i 07039 

v. hrorder Sandra I ea 66 
7)1 Svolvh Plain* \<* 
WeslfieW s I 07090 

S, Hurler Sum I 227.241 
69Bcavci Dam \>< 
Seaford.Dcl IV973 

Sitrggm* Virginia I 75.92, 108. 216 
JJ 1 '* \\ indermerc I jnt 
( harlotle, N ( 28211 

\ i( .i/ Inn Data 71 204 
709Quakei I ane 
HighPoint. s< 

Snill Ben\ ^«l 61 221 

"U S I'UhSl 

\rlmglon \ j 22205 

Sciill llhs R„i Jr IH2 

2M9S I aycttcville Si 
\»hcboro, s < J7203 

Vr»» JuJith Inn 57.87 97.204 
x:i Rivcrvicw Df 
Ickvlllsljnd '..i H520 

Skoii Sarah Elizabeth 22' 
2'"SStrjir,.(d Ur 
Greensboro N I 

S< 01 i mr rHOMASI J" -i 
h, ... Union in 
Winston-Salem, N C 



Scoilen Dana I inn 56. IH0 

( Di 
High Pomi s < 27262 

Scronei Lorraine Dee 65 78, I8J 
Ri Bon 888 
Hickory N I 28601 

Scruggs linn A 1)6.227 

Mi »(.i 100, Scih WillumBKd 
(_ jinnlcicunc. N C 28452 

Searing DeborahJ 227 

eu Kd 
1 ivingiion. s J 07039 

s.ji I'ftAi Inn O.W. 109.204 

IOI6Fenimo(eSi 

\\ insion-Salem. s i 

Sfbasuan YealD 216 
612 Bannei \ve 
Winston-Sakm, s ( 27107 

Srtrfi-/ \ormanD 95. 107 216 

IHI2 Hilltop \ve 
I we*, Md 21221 

Selvaggio I i-.ihwJ '' , . 2?' 
4718 Hampton I jrnv. Rd 

MI.M.n l'.„k Pa 15101 

r /'ou/ 205 
2821 s O' Henry BKd 

\pl 1KB 

Greensboro N « 27405 

S t i;/..»n-. Wllham l> Jr 227 

1915 Btcni«,.,hl 

High Point s c 

s— urj JohnC 81. 185 

1101 Tjnlev Rd 

Silver Spring, Md 20904 

Sevmour Mice Wilson 175 

•*:(X) luvVtrmjnSl 
1 jnhjm. MJ 20801 

Shoekel/ord. Rud\ 
2607- \ 'iu\cr Si 
High Pomi. s < 

Sharp. James I J' 205 
9)01 DiytonAve 
High Point, s ( 

Shurp, I urr\ H 178 

Ri ; B.m >". 

Stoneville, m 

SH \KRlK K. MRS \\ R it 

l|jmlin( . .uri 
ljmc*io*n. N ( 

Shaver Thoraai Lee 
2439 Sink Si 
Winston-Salem, NC 

\ha» Mary inn 70. 108.216 
782 Knoll wood Terrace 
Wcstfield.N J 070W 

Sho* Willie G Jr 56. 100.175 

2NNM J fhleSi 
Winston-Stikm, st 



Shea//er. Charlt* Brute 68. 99. 1 69. 205 

150) Sharon Dr 

Silver Spring. Md 209 IX 

Sheehan. \anc\ Darn 57. 92. 205 

UI5Tre«krBlvd 

Allcniown. Pj 18104 

SHI I ION MRS KHIS M 

2901 st ( laire Rd 
Winsion-Salcm. N C 

Shepherd. Julia 227 

1416 N Hamilton Si 
Htgh Point. N.C 

Sherrill.Joani 78 
)25G\ik»oodDr 
Siaietvilk, s < 

Sherrill. Ruth Louise 66. 160 
24 1 2 1 inside Di 
Wilmington, Del 19X0! 

Sherwood Ruhard 216 
1300 Winchester Dr 
Greensboro, s < 

Shields. Alfred H 

251 7 N Idge-Jter 
Fayeilcvilk. N.( 

Shields H ilium I 

IIIKI S R ,) :.. 1), 

High Point. N C 

\h,nn \oraSue 91. I k l 
II07-E Robin Hood Rd 
High Point, s i 

Shipe l.mda ( laire 74. 216 
WW< "rrjIDr 
P..ium.u Md 20X54 

Sh,plev. Jovce Louise 1X9 
H303Emack Rd 
Beltsvilk Md 2"i705 

Sh„uk Kenneth M M. 208, 216 
5xi0Ojkljnd Rd 
Baltimore. Md 21227 

Shumakr Valeria Ann 216 

Ri I 

Stokesdak, N ( r" 1 ^" 1 

Shumate Ritkf 64.81.205 
J022 Rohm Hood Dr 
(ircensboro. N C 

Smhano Thomas 
1319 Second Ave 
i\Sbury Park.N J 077|2 

Simmons. Carole £ 205 

Box 42ft 

Pilot Mountain. N C 27041 

SIMMONS. MRS FRANK M 40 

1012 E College Dr 
High Point. NC 

Simmons Jod\ L 224.227 

Rt I. Box 25 

Pilot Mounuin. NC 27041 




Dr. Pation was the central figure at the student rally assembly as he left no doubt as to 
administrative policy. 



260 



Sullivan. Shenhn J 



Simpson, Dana Let 227 
S43S Aurora Si 
Easlon, Md 21601 

Sink. Clude Edward 216 
Ki 6 
Kerncrsville, \ ( 

Sink, Diane Williams 

Ri 3. Box 2 
Lexingcon. N t 27292 

Sink, TalmadgeS 
512 Richardson w 
HighPotm.N C 

Sink. Tony Richard 

Rl 4 

rhomasville, N I 27300 

Slaughter. Ann, 1 Elizabeth 
2404 Running Brook Rd 
Greensboro, N < 



Sltngerman, Run J,, 
4-11 Pari si 
Vienna. Va 22180 



e/>A M. 76. 126, 155 



Sr»0/f. /Mifl Ronald 1 29. 22 
40t>OenlcW Ave 
Kensington. Md 20795 

Smallei . Christine i.e.' 2 1 f> 
19 Sherwood Dr 
PitisficM. Mass 01201 

Smnk, Anita Fitzgerald 
MttOvcrbrookDr 
High Point. N.C 

Smith, Anita Louue 189.228 
JRivcrview Rd 
Sevcrna Park, Md 21146 

\,.uth Donald E ,Jt 205 

606ColleuSi 

Morgjnion. \ t 2xr-*5 

Smith, Humid Wayne. J' 22 
4663 I ong Bo* Rd 
Jacksonville. Fla 32210 

Smalt. Harrel/Grot 
Box 301. R i 2 
King. N.C 27021 

Smith Jtannie Elizabeth 205 

Rl I. Box 49 

Deep Run \ ( 28525 

Smtih.JohnLarr, 

2Jr.Boutc>jrd 

High Point. NC 27262 

Smith, John Michael 68. 205 
1405 Rjnkm kd 
Greensboro N < 

Smith. J»hn Sylvester 58. 9k, 

6008 85lh PIj.c 

New Carrolllon. Md 20784 

Smith. Joyce Enuti 12. 2 1 6 
806 Bunker Hill Ave 
Trenton, N J 0X638 

Smith, karen She/ton 
4005 S Main Si 
HighPoini. NC 

Smith, kuthv Do*n 2lh 
Rl I. Box 727 A 
Colfax. N C 27235 

Smith. tmdse i Blaine 74. 2I< 
804 Ridgeleigh Rd 
Baltimore. Md 21212 

Smith. Martha Carol 216 
Rome 8. Box 296 
Greensboro. N C 27406 

Smith. Michael Paul 68. 127. 
416 Forest Lane 
Salisbury. Md 21801 



Smith. Orlando Henr\ 
Scotland. Md 206X7 



117. 119. 120.261 



Smith. Paul F 205 
501 Lindij) Si 
High Point. N C 

Smith, Ray Blame b» 
l528BeaucresiA»e 
High Point. N.C 

Smith. Susan Diane 228 
1 3007 Hock Si 
Wheal on. Md 

Smith. Thomas (iarland 
3008 Archdale Rd 
High Point. NC 

Smith, William S 228 
Do>lcDr Rt #2 
Downingtown. Pa 19335 

Smiihey, Martha u 83.92. 1 
P O Box 607 
NonhWilkciboro. NC 28659 




Tubby Smith pumps one from fifteen feet, against Guilford. 



Smtthson. Mart r u , 
75 Ship-right Si 
Annapolis. Md 21401 

Sneod '. Elizabeth Inn 7>.<»i.2os 
l520F.irnellCouri 
MJDckjIh lowers 
Decatur. Ga 30033 

\i»h. Deborah Jean 22* 
4M Poinciana Dr 
Hallandale. FTa 3300V 

Snow, Margaret 4 228 

Rl I. Box 50 

Ml Airv.N C 27030 

SOCIETY FOR TIH ADVANCEMENT OF 
MANAGI MENT 93 

Solomon David Roben I 21. 228 

4224 I ..ndgreenSt 
Rockville, Md 20*53 

Somen. Ralph Bruce ' 1-3 
246 W MdlRd 
Nonhficld. N J 08225 

Sorensen KarlaM '4.228 

471)1 N 34lhSl 

Arlington, Va 22207 

Sossoman John Calvin 81.205 

Box 486 

Morganlon. N< 28655 

Southard. Char let F 
2205 TimbcrlakeDr 
High Point. NC 27260 

Southard Pamela inn ih« 

Rl '.Box 77 
High Point. N C 

Spaugh Arthur. Jr 173 
310 Hickor> Lane 
High Point. N C 

Spears. James I 
Box I8-B55. Rt 5 
High Point, N.C 

Spiker. Richard M '6. 179 

U25Tji>le> Rd 

Silver Spring. Md 20-MW 

Spivei. Robert k 216 
24111 Waved) C ouri 
High Point. NC 

Spoon. Juamta L 216 
Rl 6. Box 329 
Burlington. N C 27215 

Spoon, katherme Ellen 175 
P O Box 1095 
Apopka. fla 32703 

Springer. David H 205 
50Willo*brook Lane 
New Canaan. Conn 06840 



Stale) Donald Edward 
*02 Norihwoed Circle 
Garner, n < 27259 

Stamper Deborah Lyn 22s 
4112 Spruce Dr 

Kjlcigh \ C 27609 

Sianlt i Randolph I. 
>i2 Pine Valkj Drive 
High Point, N < 

Stanley, William Boyd 

I200N Main St 
High Point. N < 

Staples Thomas Preiion 
Rt 2. Box 370 
Lexington. \ < 7,7292 

Siarliper. Judi 
l609BohngbrokeSt 
HighPo.ni. \ ( 

Stear, Davenei\imi 66.205 
1900 Rilicr.houve So, . Apt 6( 
Philadelphia. Pa 

Steed Carlvtn ion 121, 133 
507 Redding Si 
High Point. N C 

Steele. Leslie C 75 
l20Bambur> Dr 
Wilmington. Del I9K03 

Steer. Judith inn 216 
2130 Laurel I arte 
Altavista, Va 24317 

Steffen Burton F 11. 181 
4519 Rosedalc Ave 
Bethesdu. Md 

Steinberg Robert 68.216 
9506 Telegraph Rd 
SeabrooV.su 20801 

S temple L mda Suton 2 1 6 

2 \ annoj Ave 
Pennington. N J 

Stephenson. Marilyn Joan 7g, 

4009 N Stafford St 
Arlington. Va 22207 

Steppe. Ella Diane 90 
3011 Tidewjier Dr 
Norfolk. Vj 23509 

Sterling. Delorts M 228 

!6l8Parham Rd 

SiKer Spring. Md 20903 

Stevens, kaihr,n 
5406 Knox. die Dr 
College Park. Md 20740 



Stevenson Gas H 169 

I709GE Lexington Ave 
High Point. NC 



Stevenson Roger Dale 95.133.181 
I709G I Lexington Ave 

High Point S < 

Sieves David Han 97.206 
505C jMcSi 
High Point. NC 

Siewan Donna Sheryl 

1516 Imperial Dr 
High Point. N < 

Sie*Qri, Sharon S 55. 56. 58. 172 
2001 Chestnut Dr 
High Point, NC 

Sides. Shan- Anne 22k 
Green Turtle < j> 
Abaco, Bjhjmas 

Still Joan Nelson 92, 206 

PO Box 681 

Mi Airy, si C 27030 

Snllman kaihlernJone 216 
1328 IvjnhocSi 
Aknandna.Va 

Snnchcomb li'mfieldO 68.217 
McDanicl. Md 21647 

STITT. MR J AMIS W 4 s 
I2I6N Main Si .Apt 14-C 
High Point. N <. 

Stockbridge, Susan £ 228 
1925 Hermitage Dr 

Kmgsport. Tenn I'ft'-l 

Stokes Sandra kov 206 

Ri I 

Linwood. NC 27299 

Stout, Miriam Mays l?5 

12419 MosiveupDr 
Houston. Tc*a>. 77024 

STtDENT < HR1VTIAN ASSOCIATION 138 

STI DENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 101 

STUDENT NATIONAI i DL'CATION 

\SS()< I VlKiN '-.- 

Stum. Carol Jean 71.228 
1214 Whnc Si 
Lexington. N I 27292 

Sluill. Htnr, Thomas ISI 

107- A Northgjie Arts 
HighPoini. \ C 

Sudderih Stephen T 

Rl 2 

Kernerwilte. N ( 27284 

si I [ |\ \N MRS ( N SI 
1 202 Green wj> Dr 
HighPoini. N C 

Sulhvan. SherilynJ 108. 180 
10r>2 Hibruen Lane 
Lenoir. \ t 2864! 



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Summers (/<in 

Kll ' I ..npkllo* SI 

n c * i arrollon Md 20784 

Sumpier. Colli* Leonard 169 

l26Rcpal Or 

I enoir, N ( 2864 S 

Sutherland Margaret '14. JJ4. 1 15.206 

23 Fourth St 

Rehoboth Beach. Del 19971 

Sutton, Gerald I ITV 228 

104 Maryland Kn 

Ridgch.Md 21660 

Swanson Ion,- f 70.90, 217 

77KpjrlcsRun I aiK 

VilU nova, Pj 190x5 

Swwf Dale Etta 206 

MlKih \ve 

Haddon Height N l 08035 

rotor TramO 73.206 
2709 Keystone I ane 
Vienna. Vj 2TIKCI 

f«?. Stephen Charles 107. ?:* 

S07PineusAve 

NonhneM.N I 08225 

Talben. RohmJ :;h 
Foreu< it) M 28043 

KplOfl Ruth Edward* 57.175 

Ri I. Boy 43(26) 
Wmston-Sakm S( 

ram < harlet J' 
lit, Dogwood l>r 
High Pom! N < 

Tate. Elsie Luann :<* 

Ri I 

Pfalfto-n. NC 27040 

Taylor. James Ralph 76. 126.217 

l239Q/ueen*gate$i 

Gastonia, N < 

lath". Ralph Pout: 20*. 

Rl 4 

Winslon*Salcm. N C 21107 

Taylor. Ru**ell Nam Z2n 
5 Spin Oak Dr 
I j.i Norwich. N 1 



HI M M R 1»H I Mils 
-n I i jrms \ve 
High Poini. N C 



Thomas John Darnel 
H< I Bo*48B 
rhomasvifk, \ < 

Thomas Martha 185 
206 Wetihaven Si 
forcMCtiv n ' 2404) 

rA-vn fll Peggs I 79 228 
Sl« W Park*a> 

High Point N < 27262 

rHOMPSON MR JACK I ' 
900 Sixth Si 
High Point, n< 

Thompson J.>h»i 228 
Hi I, ho. 468 

|,NI 28)28 

lh„Hip*.,n l/u'i /«■•■ 67, 22K 
1513 Alderman Dl 
Greensboro N I 27408 

Thompson Pamela idelt 228 

Ri i. H... M \ 

Brook Mdcl>r 
Mardnsvilk N ■ 08836 

Thompson Shervl Scott 217 
448Schk) Rd 
Annapolis. MJ 21401 

Thompson William BO 
7403 Hancock \.c 
Takoma Park. Md 20012 

Thorpe FraneetJean 22x 
952% 4ihSi 

WmMon-S.il.-m S t 27101 

Thurston. Robert Holt 
i:i ii t harlcston < ouri 
Winston Salem, N ( 

//. <■ < arolvnJ 114. 22K 

Mis FourthSl 

Woodbuo Heights s i 08096 

HAM /oAn 7' 228 
WI4pmchufM <kve 
Fairfax Va 22030 




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Tingle Keith David 123. 179 
608 Baldwin Lane 

Wilmington. Del 1980) 

/,JJ GwflM 228 
2547 Hc>wood kve 
Charlotte, N ( 28208 

Tomlinjon, < harles J' 
Halondei Hi 
Mocksville N < 28021 

Tompkins Tommi I '9 

WSunsel Rd 

Pompion Plains. N J 07444 

rOW| R pi \\ I Ks 86-i 

Townsend Torn Samago 174 
(20% 6lhSl 
I eungton n * 

/',/,.■ i Douglas 217 
ki.'i N ."ihRd 

\rimgion \.. :::<>' 

/..,//.- Harlwell lr 90.217 

441 5 < urrj si 

< olumbus.Gj J 1 907 

FViwi Linda King 50 180 
I2I0N Main Si . Apt 2A 
HighPoini n ( 

Trues Michael R 22x 
I2I0N Main si \pt ! \ 
High Poini N I 

Trump Stanley J 72 
39 Bccdiwood Rd 

\&hevilk N ( 2xxi>> 

/"u//. If mne Elizabeth 108 

6421 I ppjfd Si 

I alk( hunh Va 22<U4 

Turner. Samuel I 93.99.105 106.206 

Rt ! H,., l>7 
Leunglon, N I 27292 

n RPIN MRS MOZI I I ( H 108 
High Point Colkgc 
HighPoini. N t 

TWM Cmrri W 217 
l09CambrKlge w 
I in wood, *• i 

I-m, Patricia 70, 71, 108 206 

701 S I 'St 

Pompjnu Beach. Hj 13060 

Titor Linda lee 58 189 
133 1 Dorseii \'e 
\sheboro, N < 27203 

( .hn„ Peter Pern 228 

HI randscn A*c 

South River, s I 08882 

I NDI RWOOD, 1>R SAM » 5.51 
5031 Farriss \^c 
High Point, ^< 

( ngltsber Denise :2* 
[8404 Georgia w 
Olnc>. Md 20832 

VanAndo font 92, 189 
1061 1 Howerton -\»c 
Fairfax. \a 

lance Charles \elson 22h 
6019 DefhMwd Place 
Bethesda Md 20034 

l anderwerker. Jmin 217 
41 Benjamin Rd 
IcnjIU N I 07670 

V'anHox Gerrv Eugenia i *f> 2IK.22 1 ' 
I mon Grove. N < 28689 

laus-hn Mabel Seal 

Box u 

•\d-jnce N ( 

lauthn Phihp Ra\ 
V^jr^c N I 

\ \l <.HV MR ROB1RI I 2). 46. II 
"02 Run%unDr 
HighPoini, N * 

t'entll, Charles :i 7 

Main Si 

Harwich. Mass 17060 

I eual. Sara l?"- 
2331 Sharon Rd 
Chjrlone.NC 

VII.UGAS. MR IMMI 47 
"IUV (ollegeDr 
Hiph Point. N i 

■<*et Chart,* * 2l' 
49Fj,Khild Pl-.ce 
Whippans. N J 07981 

Vogler Enoch Edward 22^ 
Rt I. Bo< 24 
\dvan« s < 27006 



i ,./„- Roberti 123.229 
l02l4OldftcldDf 

Kenvtnglon. Md 2<>T<>'. 

I (M< iinnoii / intfd Sw 206 
790 Dogwood ( irek 
HighPoini N I 

VonDreele, Ri.hard xi 
J520< oronadoDr 
Louisville. K) 40222 

tl'ung'iner. Oa\id 217 
>:i Ridgecresi l>r 
HighPoini. \< 

Wagner Hair, Rax 2<f. 
7|I-A< handler 
High Point. \ < 



172 



Wagoner Ted '■ 
mm Rotarj Di 

High Point N (. 

II olJfian M illiani John 

1004 Helena Di 

Silver Spring. Md 20901 

Walter »'(... 217 
5131 Meeting Si 
Morganlon N I 2865! 

Walker (.ar> Dean 229 
714 North 4.VC 
High Poini N t 

Walket Hal Hammer I 7 
ii., s I ImSi 
\shcboro s> i 

Walker, ha Inn 217 

Ri I 

Hillsborough. N ( 27278 

Walker Seoti P "v 

523 l>cnn% Si 

HighPoini, s, ( 

ii all Freddie 229 
Rt 2. Bo. :•. 
Mocksvilk. N « 27028 

Watt. John William Jr 
2804FairrieM \ve 
Grccnsborp, N ( 27408 

Wall. Rose I 74. 22«* 

P O Box X^ 

Atlantic Beach. N < 28512 

Wall Steve Michael 
709Overbrook f)r 
HighPoini, N ( 

Waller Becky \ 206 
iSlOSherrod Ave 

High Point. N ( 

Walter, Candace Ann 92 
116 Harik) Si 
Winsion-Safcm. N C 

Ward tO'ohn Inn 1X5 

Ri I, B»- 182 
McLcansvillc. N C 27)00 



i. Fove Le*allen 1X9 
122 Bnpps Place 
High Point. N C 

Worner. Helen Snow 

105 Brantky Circk 
High Point, n<_ 

W \RRI N MRS HI/ABtTHS 
High Point College 
High Point, NC 

Warren. Rand* Lee 
Mmi i«m | akesDr 
Greensboro, N C 

W^hhum Ann 206 
4551 32l»d Road North 
Arlington. Vj 

\\ \SHINGTON. MRS t K 4X 

Bund> Rd 

Jamestown. N ( 

Waters Kenneth W 
Ri I 
Thomasvilk. N C 

tt \TKINS. MRS LLOYD 

High Point College 
High Point. N C 

W MSON MRS G WEN DO I 't n 

5)6 Overlook Si 
'.feen\ho ( „. N t 

WEATHtRLV. DR OW EN M 
1605 Chatham Dr 

High Poini N i 

Weatherman Kenneth Wayne 
Rt I. Bo\4b)A 
Lewisville.N (. 

Wl BB. MRS I) B 41 
3300 N Centennial 
High Point. N C 



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Delta Sig Tommy King picks another one off against T. 
Chi's. 



Webb. H'ltlNjmRot 56. W, 106. 128, 129, 133, 191 207 Ml 
71 < rcsccni Rd 
Grcenbeli, MO 20170 

W| I KS. I)K I l-O M 
IJI UK-Ik Di 
High Point, N i 

Wegner. (••!'• Lester -0' 
519 Roscbriaf < our) 
Greensboro N I 

Weihom Koutund 1 CO" 

3921 s Mam Si 
High Point. NC 

WELLS MR KOBI RT \ JR 36 
5451 Farms Ave 

High Point. N < 

li.nl J, an Merit 65, 78 211 
802 Pryoi Si 
Alexandria. Va 22*04 

Werner Harold Jvn 113.229 
7005 TiMen Lane 

RockviHe. MO 20852 

Went Thomas Charles 217 
Ri .1. Bo. 4811 

Thomasville. N < 

ii, w luidfl 201 
Rl ft. Bin 529 \ 
Orccnsb..r.>. \ I 27403 

H>wtof#. *M/i Paige 218.229 
Woodkaf.N.C 27054 

MVtMitf*, Phift.s Louise 74. 21? 

64J8ValeSl 

Mciandna. Va 22312 

Wharton (h*rh* k t\\ ivi. 207 

Bo» 55 

Ru(f.n. S( 21326 



Wheeler Laywn T 171 

Kl I 

\p». N( 27502 

11*1.(7.' ftoffmon .'"' 

6102 86th \ve 

Ne» 1 arrollton, Md J0784 

(I'll;. Brenda Ann 

Bos ft4r. 

Kerncrstilk, n ( 279K5 

h h,i, < harles Daniel 

581 llili W N tt 
Hickory. N < 38801 

WHITI MRS ( HARLOTTI 4" 

803 I I arms \>c 
High Point, N i 

Whne. N<i«< i r"" 1 
9 10 Newell St 
High Point, N ( 

whitehead Wavne i I 7 '' 
607 IvmI.Ic Rd 
Wilmington. Del 19803 

Whitfield Sandra 74. 229 

I nit ht.icrfield \*e 
Colonial Heights, \.i 23834 

K'AiH DionneLouiw 94.95, 108.115.217 
1901 Ionic Di 
<.f(cnsh,.t.. N ' 27405 

it h,ni, Jamet Rh hard 
;:<n Villa Dr 
Greensboro N ( 27403 

V. HO S tt HO 60-61 

Hi/ftur 0wn> I/j» 1 7ft 
6438 Maplcwood l>f 
FallsChurch \ .. 22041 

II ilh.,11 Ui:ah,ih t 229 
Rl II Box 161 

t ireensboro, "*■ ' 



William* David H IT-* 
SOOUesicrnBlvd 

Lexington N < 

William* Da-: J R„. 76 
Kt 2 l»cn.m t ,( C Si 

Winston*Salem, s < 

Wif/iams I , -i-:, 
IOl6Valk) Di 
iMcsandna, \ i 12302 

h Miami \^„, | /,,„, 
108 Warner Si 
Thomatvillc s ( 

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11141 jmcron RJ 
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507-B Steele Si 
Higl ft ii • N i 

Hiffu SusanGrai 70 M ■ 
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20TShado* Vallcs Rd 
High Point N I 

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ii i/ton Joseph l i if. 
201 lames Dr 
Vienna, Va 22180 

H'lfewi W r /,„,/ 
1 14 Ironshirc Si 
Sn..« Hill, Mi! l-.t 

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H irih Paula Jeanne *07 
Presidential Gardens 
Seclion Thomas IcITcrsonl ■(! 
Arlington \ j 

Urn Darnel M lit. Ill 121.141. 181 
1501 ' < arolina Avenue 
High Pomi N < 

H menherg Roger I 173 

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Miruirdjk N I 08801 

WOMi N SDORMITORN < <" s< II 108-109 

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133 Louise w 
HighPomi \t 

Wuvdell Waxnet 93. 169 
4020knolluood Dr 
High Point, N < 

Wvodhamt tnnenet 74 

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Bethesda, Md 20034 

Woodhaim Roberta i»". 75 122 185 
7714 RjJi.-f Kd 
B<ihc%dj Md 20034 

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Herndon V 

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High ?• mi N I 

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Danvilk. Va MM I 

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Mjta»an \ i 07141 

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:206 kingsridge l>r 
Wilmington, Del 19803 

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1431 WilshtrcBlvd 
High Point. N i 

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i hadbourn N I 184)1 

ibena 191. 207 
HI N < ..nip Meade Rd 
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High Point, N < 

\,-rk Barbara I \nn 217 
1006 Holton Place 
High P.moi N ( 

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Ramscui N < 27316 

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134 Ridgecre*) Kd 

■\«hi*r>urn N < 21203 

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1 101 WentworthSi 
Reidsville s< 21320 

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45-< William & Mar> \pt* 
HighPomi s i 

Iuh Sarah IK9 
Ki II B..- (61 
Greensboro, N I 11410 

Zak<H H^irbaraJran IH9 
1411 WclbornSl 
HighPomi M 

ZtJImet Kathleen ft5 66 189 
5603Omjrio< i 
Washington D ( 2O0I6 

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Zenni Dan J tiwham ' 
2814 Mm si s i 
Washington l>< 20020 

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DIRECTIONS 




ZENITH — 1970 



DAVID B. BISHOP 

Editor-in-Chief 



BETH L. HOLCOMB 

Associate Editor 



C. BRUCE SHEAFFER 

Business Manager 

DR. SAM J. UNDERWOOD 

Advisor