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Full text of "The Zenith Yearbook, 1978 High Point College"

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Editor: Caryn Marie Reinhart 
Business Manager: Debbie 

Holcomb 

Head Photographer: Susan 

Foreman 

Advisor: Mrs. Shirley Rawley 

[The opinions expressed within the] 
I ZENITH 78 are not necessarily those 
I of the college or the general student I 
[body, but the opinions of the ZENITH 
78 staff, High Point College, High) 
I Point, N.C. 




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Underclo/zmen 62 



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Organization/ 116 



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In this world of ours 
Hot too many people 
Dare to be different : 
Instead, they stifle their 

Versatility bq conforming 
to groups Josmg their 

Identitq and purpose 

in life. 
Delve into your inner 
being and discover 
qou are a 
Unique and free individual 
| Attempting to eKpre// 

qour/elf through a 
life of action/, thought/ 
and feeling/. 

Debbie 

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I hope /omedoy to find 
the land of dreamer/- 
where nothing i/ impo//ible 
ond everything i/ tried: 
fl land filled with people 
born with faith in themselves 
who dare to be free 
to yield to the colling 
of the innermost being 
and li/ten to their 
heart of freedom 
beating within. 




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People 

are like books 

each with a different cover 

having various titles 

some with many pages, and 

others with a few. 

Each book has a subject 

of its own. 

Some books are open 

to be read by many, 

and others are closed 

letting only a few readers 

know their contents. 

Each book is 




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Skip gives Wendy a warm hug when she is declared queen 



Wendy Dunham — Homecoming Queen 1978 




Cindy Gates, escorted by Bill Barden 
Sponsored by Senior Class 




HOMECOMING 

ACTIVITIES 
ARE PLENTIFUL 



Homecoming 1978 included many ac- 
tivities, with the culmination of these 
events being the crowning of Sopho- 
more Wendy Dunham as queen during 
the halftime activities of the HPC-Ca- 
tawba Basketball game. A tie for first 
runners-up was between Seniors Cindy 
Gates and Germaine McCauley. Earlier 
in the week, there was a bonfire behind 
the gym, which was preceded by a pep 
rally. Comedian-juggler Michael Marlin 
entertained the half-time crowd at the 
HPC-Pembroke Basketball game Wed. 
evening, and later performed in the Old 
Student Center. The annual Alumni 
Dance, which featured Mainstream, was 
at the Golden Eagle Motor Inn in 
Greensboro. Prior to Saturday's game, 
the Homecoming Court was presented, 
and the winners of the banner and dis- 
plays competition were announced. The 
Rowdy Crowdy award was presented to 
the Delta Sigma Phi's at half-time. Sun- 
day evening, Richie Lecea and Bill Deal 
and the Rhondells performed-in the au- 
ditorium. Their concert wrapped up a 
spirit-filled Alumni Week. 



Germaine McCauley, escorted by Otis Foster 
Sponsored by P.E. Majors 



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Joani Seria, escorted by Mel Mahler 
Sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega 



Judy Harris, escorted by David Byrd 
Sponsored by American Humanics 




Sharon Manns, escorted by Bobby McClean 
Sponsored by Cheerleaders 



Joni Misenheimer, escorted by )orge Lagueruela 
Sponsored by Day Students Organization 




Mary Ann Purrier, escorted by Wally Culbreth 
Sponsored by Delta Sigma Phi 



lohnita Pearman, escorted by David Flory 
Sponsored by Freshman Class 




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Nancy Green, escorted by lames Mugele 
Sponsored by Junior Class 



Patti Wooten, escorted by Chip Baker 
Sponsored by Junior Class 




Judy Ashe, escorted by lames VanHorn 
Sponsored by Pi Kappa Alpha 



Therese Nowak, escorted by Ronny Clendenin 
Sponsored by Sophomore Class 




Donna Adams, escorted by Jerry Arndt 
Sponsored by Sophomore Class 



Pam Skelly, escorted by Ron Byrne 
Sponsored by Student Union 



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Ml Beam, escorted by Todd Miller 
Sponsored by Theta Chi 



Suzette Wurster, escorted by Bill Hall 
Sponsored by Zeta Tau Alpha 





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Richie Lecea performed at the Homecoming Concert. 




Bill Deal and the Rhondells entertained at the concert with Richie 
Lecea. 







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Ray Hall tied for the "Mr. Cool of HPC" contest. 




Jorge Nobre cools down as he ties for first place. 



The crowds looked on as the Panthers defeated Catawba. 



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The Sig's placed second in the display contest winning a prize of $100. The Alpha Cam's effort paid off as they captured first place 

in the banner competition. 



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A Drize of $50 was won by the Zeta's for their display ai„u, n»i.» tu«._ • j <■ i ■ * , 

which placed third P received first place, and $150 for their work. 



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"Fight to the Top", written by Nanette Falls, was presented during the Theater Studio 

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Wayne Schneider met Paul McCartney dur- 
ing the London Interim trip. 




The APO's sponsored several Red Cross Blood-Mobiles 
throughout the year. 




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WHO'S WHO 

AMONG 

STUDENTS IN 

AMERICAN 

COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES 

Nine HPC students 
were named to Who's 
Who this past year. 

Faculty members nomi- 
nated students, with the 
Student Personnel Com- 
mittee making the final 
decision. Names were 
then submitted to the na- 
tional headquarters for 
approval. 

Selection was based on 
scholarship ability, extra- 
curricular activities, lead- 
ership, citizenship and 
service to HPC, and pro- 
tential for future achieve- 
ment. 

Students named last 
year were Jim VanHorn 
and Milton Auman. 




Sibyl Richardson 



Caryn Marie Reinhart 





Christie Carroll 



Lawrence Dale Williams 




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Randy Callahan 



Andrew Wubbenhorst 



Judy Ashe 




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Rebecca Albright — Intermediate Ed. Margaret Adcock — Behavioral Science 



Danneal Burdette — History, Poli. Sci. 




Kathy Avery — Sociology 



Antonette Alonso — Spanish/English 



Milton Auman — Math 



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Eddie Brinkley — Business Ad 



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Malon Baucom — Religion 



Martin Amis, Jr. — History, Poli. Sci. 




Randy Bledsoe — Physical Ed. 



Cynthia Burns — Art Ed. 




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Patti Briggs — Christian Ed. 



Regina Brooks — Psychology 



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Lisa Boyles — Early Childhood Ed. 



Wayne Benjamin — Business Ad. 



Kendalle Bzdek — Behavioral Sci. 




Steven Bisbing — HR, Psych. 



Kenneth Clair — Biology 




Richard Cook — Business Ad. 



Kathy Creed — Early Childhood Ed. 



Robyn Cooper — Biology 










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Doug Challenger — Sociology 










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)ohn Collet, III — Business Admin. 




Andi Carter — Poli-Sci. 



Dee Ann Clapp — Biology 



Stan Cairns — Spanish 




Cynthia Carroll — French, Spanish 



Christie Carroll 
Med. 



— Bio., Spanish, Pre- 



Pam Callicut — Early Childhood Ed. 



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Scott Daeschner — Business Ad, Hist. 



Gary Carrico — Math 



Gary Dupell — Business Admin. 




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Ricky Delappe — Business Ad. 



Donna Eisnaugle — Human Relations 



Donald Everhart — Religion 




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(ill Dorsett — English, History 



Patricia Frey — Human Relations 



Joanne Ellis — Early Childhood Ed. 



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Paul Goehle — Behavorial Science 



Myra Faulkenberry — Sociology 



Nanette Falls — Theatre Arts 








Susan Foreman — Art 



Kim Freeman — Elementary Ed. 



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Susan Galup — Physical Ed. 



)ohn Crocki — Elementary Ed. 



Cindy Gates — Special Ed. 



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Dennis Failing — Behavioral Science 



Sandra Grim — Special Ed. 




Bruce Gouge — Behavorial Science 

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Edward Grandpre — Human Relations 




J.K. Hayman — Business Ad. 



Kevin Gudzak — Business Ad. 






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Karen Hirschi — Christian Ed. 




Nancy Heines — Math 






Kenneth Gibson — Sociology 






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Stephanie Hill — Elementary Ed. 



Carry Griffiths — Political Science 




Gail Herring — Elementary Ed. 



Beth Holt — Intermediate Ed. 



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Edmund Houde — Music 



Janet Hinkle — Psych, Music 





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Timothy Harper — Human Relations 



Paige Horrocks — Behavioral Science Celeste Hazell — Behavioral Science 




Kathy Hedrick — Elementary Ed. 



Richard Hearn, Jr. — Accounting 



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Paul Hildreth — Psychology 



Susan ]eno — Early Childhood Ed. 



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Meg Jarzynski — Behavioral Science 



Donna Johnson — Physical Ed. 



Deborah Johnson — English 








Richard Killoran — Physical Ed. 



Ellen Kunkel — Psychology 



Kathy Kaiser — Math 




Pam Kinney — Elementary Ed. 



Kenneth Keiser — Human Relations 




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Lori Kennedy — Physical Ed. 



Lynn Krause — Elementary Ed. 




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Jean Kidd — Elementary Ed. 



William Lee — Business Ad. 




Donna Lyman — Sociology 





Martin Slater — Biology 



Kathryn Martin — Human Relations 





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Mel Mahler — Physical Ed. 




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Terry Limbo — Human Relations 



Sharon Mock — Elementary Ed. 



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Dana Merryday — Human Relations 



Beverly Matthews — Elementary Ed 




Jan Marinus - Business Ad. 



Susanne McDermott — Early Childhood Ed. Lynn Massie — Early Childhood Ed. 




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Phillip Miller — History/Poli. Sci. 




Mary Ann McNamara — Intermediate Ed. 













Perry Macheras — Poli. Sci./History 



Wilma Moran — Physical Ed. 



Angelyn Marlette — English 



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Robert O'Brien — Biology 



Germaine McAuley — Physical Ed. 



Ann Newsome — Art 





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Tony Okechokwu Nwosu — Business Ind. Mgt. 




Jeff Nesbitt — Business Admin. 




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Carol Neary — Elementary Ed. 



Patricia Niven — English 




Betsy Pennington — English 




Richard Pugh — Business 



Tricia Parks — Biology 





George Poppe — Chemistry 



Margaret Rogers — Human Relations 



Becky Peeler — Religion 





Francisco Raffucci — Biology 



Dan Ramseur — Chemistry Business 




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Lynn Richter - 


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Susan Perkins — Early Childhood Ed. Catherine Shaw — Elementary Ed. 



Martha Starling — English 





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Wendee Saintsing — Physical Ed. 



Sharon Stanback — Early Childhood Ed. 



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Cindy Sizemore — Early Childhood Ed 



Tim Taylor — Business Ad. 



Pam Smith — Biology 




William Schmid — History 



Chris Ware — Chemistry Business, Business Ad. 










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Jim Van Horn — Business Ad. 






Hal Sutton — Human Relations 




Robyn Taylor — Business Ad. 







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Jeff Nelson — Chemistry 



Michael Stalteri — Business Ad. 



Holly Waye — Human Relations 




Bill Tschop — Business Ad. 





Dale Williams — Biology 



Susan Whetstone — Psych 



Gale Wall — Christian Ed. 




Suzette Wurster — History, Communica- 
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lames Mugelc — Business 
Bruce Turner — Physical Ed. 



Randy Bunnell — Business Ad. 
William Granberry, Jr. — Business Ad. 




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Paul Rapley — Business Ad. 

Gary Vanlandingham — Chemistry Business 

Jim Cole — Business Ad. 

Terry Buker — Political Science 



Jose Oiler — Business Ad. 
Wayne Schneider — Psychology 
Glen Johnson — Business Ad. 




Allen Carter — Business Ad. Bruce Berrier — Business Ad. 

Donald Bowles — Accounting Tim Hall — Business Ad. 

Doug Stephens — Social Studies Robbie Ellis — Business Ad. 

Randy Callahan — Biology Jay Gammon — Accounting 



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Donna Adams '80 
Winnie Adkins '80 



Pamela Aiken '81 
Jude Akhidenor '81 



Lawrence Akoje '80 
Chip Aldridge '80 



Cliftemma Allen 79 
Tamyra Allen '81 
Frederick Andersen '80 
Brian Anderson 79 
Danny Anderson '80 



Jerry Arndt '79 
Richard Arning '80 
Ernest Atuanya '80 
Danny Auman '79 
Sandra Bacon '81 



Jan Baker '81 
Rhonda Banther '80 
Deborah Barnes '81 
Steven Barnhardt '81 
Jill Beam '80 



Mary Beard '81 
Brad Beatty 79 
Diane Bednarcik '80 
Danny Berrier '81 
Betsy Betz 79 




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Sharon Billings '81 
Pattie Birmingham 79 
Neal Birnbaum '80 
Richard Bishop '81 
Colleen Blackney '81 



Pam Blanz '80 
David Bobbitt '80 
Eric Bohus '81 
French Bolen '80 
Perry Booe '80 



Elizabeth Anne Boone '80 
William Booth '80 
Wendy Daun Bowman 79 
Michelle Boyce '81 
Larry Branch '80 



Ann Brawner '80 
Cindy Briggs '80 
Becky Brown 79 
Ginger Brown '81 
Jeffrey Brown '80 



Linda Brown 79 
Rick Brown 79 



Virginia Brown 79 
Robert Brownlow '81 



Denise Brummitt '81 
Alisa Brunson '80 




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Bill Buczinsky 79 
Jennifer Bull 79 
Ceri Bulla '80 
Marcella Bullard '81 
Laura Burdette '80 



Susan Burditt '80 
Patricia Burns '80 
Steven Burton '81 
David Byrd 79 
Wanda Cahall 79 



John Caldwell '80 
Julianne Campbell '81 
Lee Canipe '80 
Rhonda Carlman '81 
Ellen Carmine '80 



Bonnie Sue Carter '81 
Denise Carter '81 
Mary Carter '80 
Karen Caudle '81 
Sylvia Chambers '80 



It's not Halloween, is it? 



Kick that ball, Carlos! 



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Keith Chance '81 
Bernard Christian '80 
Jill Christianson '81 
Thomas Cimino '81 
Robert Clegg '80 



Bruce Cobb 79 
Lynne Cobb '80 
Vickie Cockerham '81 
Leslie Cockman '80 
Kathy Connelly '80 



Linda Cottrell '81 
Jerry Rodney Couick '80 
Kathy Covert '81 
Kim Cox '80 
Katherine Crane '81 



Roxanna Crouse '80 
Claire Louise Cupp 79 
Barry Curry '81 
Charles Darden '81 
Connie Davis '81 



Joseph Davis '80 
Leslie Davis '80 
Mark Davis '80 
Shawn Davis '81 
Thea Dean '80 



Dori Lou DeAngelis 79 
Christopher Dell '81 
Donna Denny '80 
James DeRosa '80 
Sherry Dircks '81 



Debra Dorland 79 
Alan Ray Dorsett '81 
John Dourdis '81 
Robert Duarte '81 
Henry Duckett '80 




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Wendy Dunham '80 
]an Dunkelberger '80 
Matthew Dunton 79 
John David Easton '81 
Patricia Jean Edmonds '81 



Robin )ean Eisenbrey '81 

Peter Ekweoba '80 

Danny Elkins '80 

Linda Ensey 79 

Allahyer Eslam-Khajvand '80 



Fred Fallenstein '80 
Donna Eiorvanti '80 
Mylene Fisher '80 
Sherri Fleshman '81 
Tony Flippin '80 



David Flory '81 
Cynthia Lea Fuller '81 
Beth Fulton 79 
Susan Gaines '81 
Carlos Freddy Garcia '81 



Terry Lynn Gardella '80 
Kathy Doreen Garner 79 



Steven Garner '80 
Tammy Garrison '81 



Habib Ghoja '80 
Kimberly Gillespie 







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classes. 



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Ann Marie Glisson 79 
Teresa Ann Goins '81 
Irish Lee Graymon '81 
Ana Maria Gonzalez '81 
Joseph Gonzales '81 



Carrol Grady '80 
Valerie Gramby '81 
Christopher Graney '81 
Tom Gray 79 
Karen Denise Green 79 



Nancy Green 79 
Bobby Greene 79 
Millie Greene '81 
Mike Griffin '80 
Phyllis Diane Griffin '80 



Charles Gross '81 
Ginger Grubb '80 
Barbara lean Hairston '81 
Kimberly Hall '80 
Les Hall 79 



Raymond Hall 79 
John Hallis '80 



John Hamilton '81 
Scott Andrew Hance '81 



David Hardison '80 
Kathy Harrill '81 



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Marshall Horton '80 
David Horton Jr. 79 



Laurie Hoover '81 
Brian Randall Hoots '81 



Linda Hooper '81 
Buddy Hoofnagle 79 



Debbie Holcomb '80 
Christian Hans Hohnhold '80 
Robert Hoke 79 
William Harris '80 
Debbie Sue Hill '81 



Stephanie Higgins '81 
Marianne Hickman '81 
Deborah )o Hepler 79 
Robin Henson '81 
Pamela Henline '80 



Jacky Graham Hendrix '81 
Arnold Hendrix 79 
Art Hellebusch '80 
Luann Hedrick 79 
Kimberly Hartman '81 



Jocelyn Kahn Hart '80 
Nathaniel Harrison 79 
William Harris '80 
Judy Harris 79 
Jeffrey Curtis Harper 79 




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Kathy Horvath '81 
Ava Louise House '81 
Bob Hovey '80 
James Hunt '80 
Deborah Marie Hursi '81 



Marjorie Huston '80 
Pamela llderton '80 
Dan Ingram '79 
Susie Inman '80 
Ludwina Ismail '80 



David |ohn Jackson '80 
Anna Mary Janowski 79 
Susan F. Jessons '79 
Martha Elaine Johnson '81 
Paul Johnson '81 



Stan Johnson '81 
William Sazzeri Johnson '79 
Glenn Jones '81 
Lawrence Kevin Jones '80 
Patricia Stowers Jones '80 



Sherri Antoinette Jones '79 
Mark Kevin Joram '80 



Sharon Ann Kaler '81 
Suzanne Karppinon '80 



April Kear '79 
Anne Keiser '81 



Wanda Cahall partakes in one of HPC's favorite pastimes. 



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Regina Kelley '81 
Lynn Myra Kennedy 79 
Dana Ketcham '81 
Majd Khayyat '80 
Elizabeth Anne King '80 



William Allen Kinley '81 
Karen Klemmons '81 
Wesley Martin Koonts '81 
Kevin Kozerow '80 
Kimberly Anne Kramer '81 



Carol Labosky '80 

Jorge Antonio Lagueruela 79 

Randy Laster 79 

Ann Leonard '81 

Sherry Denise Leonard 79 



Joseph Lertora '81 
Cynthia Lewellyn '80 
Sandra Lynne Love '81 
Trent Lutz '80 
Tina Lynch '81 



Susan Lytton '81 

Mary Kathryn Macomber '80 

Renee Susan Majka '81 

Lynn Maness 79 

Billye Manning '80 



Sharon Elizabeth Manns '80 
Renita Fay Manuel '81 
Cina Marlette '81 
Robert Marley 79 
Hector Marrero '80 



Teresa Elizabeth Marshal 
Robert Martin '80 
Theresa Martin '80 
Betty Carol Maynor '81 
Lynn McCulloch 79 



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William Moore McDonald '80 
Dawn McElrath 79 
Patsy McEnery '81 
Kolleen McCrath '81 
Mark Mclntyre 79 



Wade Mclntyre '81 

Laurie McLean '81 

Ralph McMurray '81 

Barbara Rosezen McQueen '81 

Alisa Mickey '81 



Blossie Miller '80 
Siulina Mega '80 
Cheryl Miller '81 
Cynthia Miller '81 
Tom Miller '81 



Leon Minka '81 
Joni Lynn Misenheimer '81 
Afsaneh Mohseni '80 
Wendy Robin Monagas 79 
Susan Moore 79 








Jane is amazed at what's in her bed. 



If the heat's on, there must be hot water! 




Ann Moran '80 
Marilou Morrison 79 
Stephen Moss 79 
Neal Motsinger '81 
Edward Mullis '81 



Tina Needham '80 
Robin Newell '80 
Kathy Neblett '81 
Mark Nissen 79 
Jorge Nobre '81 



Buffy Nordon 79 
Greg Norris '80 
Therese Nowak '80 
Benjamin Nwanna '81 
Boniface Obialor '81 




Anybody want to sing along with Sara and Rhonda? 



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John O'Brien '80 
Sociis Okolie '81 
Ruth Oliphant '80 
Patrice Oruebor '81 
Damian Osa Afiana 79 



Phil Parrish '80 
Fred Patterson '80 
Tamra Patton '80 
Harvey Pearman 79 
Johnita Pearman '81 



Peggy Pesce '81 
Donna Pfister '81 
Marianne Phillips 79 
David Pierce 79 
Dagoberto Pinol '81 



Tony Piper '81 
Phillip Ponder '80 
Mark Poore '80 
)oni Powell '81 
Ronald Prater '81 



Cappy Probert 79 
William Price '80 
Paula Prillman '81 
Ricky Proctor 79 
Gwen Pugh 79 



Bruce Pumphrey '80 
Mari Ann Purrier 79 
Marcella Randall '80 
Jennifer Raper 79 
Nancy Reichle '81 



)an Reid '80 

Caryn Marie Reinhart 79 

William B. Reisenweaver '80 

Alfa Renegar '80 

Brian Richard '81 



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Betty Richardson '80 
Everett Richardson '81 
Scott Richardson '80 
Susan Rickard '81 
Gail Riley '80 



Roberta Riley '81 
Cynthia Roberts '81 
)ohnny Roberts '80 
Roger Robertson '81 
Walter Roe '80 



John Roland '80 
Sacrlet Roland '80 
William Rountree '81 
Jeff Ryan '81 
Mitch Sears '80 



Chris Seibert 79 
Karen Sellers 79 
Jane Seltzer 79 
Michael Showalter '81 
Gracie Simmons 79 



James Sims '80 
Kathy Sims '80 



Pam Skelly 79 
Robin Slate '80 



Jean Small '81 
Adrienne Smith '80 




Ellen Kunkel discovers the secret to studying. 



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Donna Smith '80 
Ellen Smith '81 
Lynne Smith 79 



Timothy Smith 79 
Mark Snyder '81 
Harold Spainhour 79 



Janet Spaulding '80 
Sandy Spaulding 79 
Susan Spaulding '80 



Charlotte Spencer 79 
Regina Stanley '81 
Linda Steele '81 
James Steinberg '80 
Wendy Stewart '80 



Kimberly Stine '81 
Karl Stoll '81 
Greg Stone 79 
Jill String '81 
Sara St. Thomas '80 



Charlie Stutts 79 
Mary Sullivan '80 
Sharon Sullivan 79 
Lynn Summers '80 
Kenneth Swanson '81 



David Swaringen '81 
Warren Sweeney 79 
Kathryn Sweet '80 
Michael Taylor '80 
Tracy Taylor '81 



David Teahan '80 
Beth Thompson 79 
Linda Thompson '81 
Karen Thraiikill '80 
Marty Tobin '81 



Monica Traini '81 
Char-Lee Venuto '80 
Cheryl Vernon '80 
Mitzi Vestal '81 
Mike Vitamvas 79 



Linda Walker '80 
Anthony Wall '80 
Kathy Wall '80 
Susan Wall '81 
Michael Wallace 79 



Mark Walling '80 
Jane Walsh '81 
Richard Ward '81 
Terry Ward '81 
Denise Washington 79 



Barbara )o Waterman 79 



Debra Weber 79 



Laurie Weinberger '81 




Patsy McEnery picks a tune. 




Dennis West '80 
Jody Westmoreland 79 
Ann Wheeles '81 
Steve Wheeless '81 
Ethel White 79 



Grace Whitescarver '80 
Susan Wick '81 
Greg Widener 79 
Raymond Wilhoit '80 
Alyson Wilk '80 



Carla Williams '81 
Debbie Williams 79 
Teresa Williams '81 
Vicki Williams '80 
Vicky Williams '81 



Ginny Williamson '80 
Glenn Williard '80 
Cathi Wilson 79 
Gigi Wilson '81 
Ward Wilson '80 



Mark Winchell '81 
George Wolfe '80 
lames Wolfe '81 
Spencer Woodbury '80 
Chris Woodward '80 



Norris Woody 79 
Patti Wooten 79 
Donald Wright 79 
Lillie Wright '81 
Lisa York '80 



)ay Yow '81 
Joey Yow '80 
Chris Zilg '80 
Bobby Ziglar 79 





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President Wendell Palton 



President Palton displays his Panther pride. 





Dr. David Cole 

Vice-President of Academic Affairs 




Mr. Cletus Kruyer 
Vice-President of College Affairs 




Dr. Murphy Osborne 
Vice-President of Student Affairs 




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Dr. E. Roy Epperson 
Asst. Dean of The College 



Mr. Darryl Hagen 
Asst. Business Manager 



Miss S. Diane Hanson 
Dean of Students 




Mr. David Holt 
Registrar 



The Rev. Bob Lowdermilk 

Asst. Dean of Students/Chaplain 



Mrs. Louise Nowicki 
Financial Aid Officer 





Mr. Raymond Petrea 

Director of Information Services 



Mr. Arvil VonCannon 
Director of Admissions 



Mr. Robert Williams 
Director of Alumni Affairs 



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Dr. Richard Bennington 
Business Administration 



Dr. B. Gray Bowman 
Chemistry Department 



Mrs. Jane Burton 
Fine Arts Department 




Mr. David Christovich 
Fine Arts Department 



Dr. Karen Cholet 
Psychology Department 



Mr. Bill Cope 
Sociology Department 





Dr. Earl Crow 
Religion Department 



Dr. Robert Davidson 

Physical Education Department 



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Dr. Vance Davis 
Religion Department 



Dr. William DeLeeuw 
English Department 



Mr. Terry Dunn 

American Humanics Department 




Dr. E. Roy Epperson 
Chemistry Department 



Mr. Faiz Faizi 

Business Administration 



Dr. James Elson 

Fine Arts Department 




Mrs. Alice Gentry 
Mathematics Department 



Mr. Woody Gibson 

Sports Information Director 



Mr. Mike Glover 

Physical Education Department 





Dr. Inslee Grainger 
Modern Foreign Languages 



Dr. David Hawk 
Sociology Department 









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Education Department 



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Modern Foreign Languages 



Dr. A. P. Gratiot 
History Department 




Mr. Maynard Idol 
Mathematics Department 




Dr. M. Karmel 
Education Department 



Mrs. Polly Kayser 

Modern Foreign Languages 



Dr. Wm. Matthews 
Psychology Department 



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Mr. Lockrow 

Fine Arts Department 



Mrs. Melody Mintz 
Human Relations Secretary 



Dr. John Moehlman 
English Department 






Dr. Nanci Motsinger 
Education Department 



Mr. James Nelson 
Business Administration 



Dr. Nelson Page 
Mathematics Department 




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English Department 



Dr. Edward Plowman 
Sociology Department 



Dr. L.B. Pope 
Psychology Department 



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Mr. Raiford Porter 
Fine Arts Department 



Mr. Ernest Price 

American Humanics Department 



Mr. James Prichett 
History Department 




Mrs. Shirley Rawley 
English Department 



Mr. Lyman Rickard 
Chemistry Department 



Mr. Joseph Robinson 
Business Administration 




Mr. J.W. Rogers 
Business Administration 



Mrs. Nancy Shelton 
Education Department 



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Fine Arts Department 




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History Dcparlmcnt 



Dr. Allen Thacker 
Education Department 



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Biology Department 



Dr. Carl Wheeless 
History Department 



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Modern Foreign Languages 



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Biology Department 




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Physical Education Department members include: Row one — Miss Wanda Brliey, Mr. Chuck Hartman, 
Mr. Woody Gibson, Dr. Robert Davidson, and Mrs. Kitty Steele; Row two — Mr. Mike Clover, Dr. Charles 
Futrell, Mr. Jerry Steele, and Dr. Alan Patterson. 




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Post Office 



Mr. Tom Burke 
Student Activities Office 



Dr. Austin Fortney 
Campus Physician 




Mr. Jack Thompson 
Maintenance Department 



Mr. Hal Hughes 

Resident Counselor — McCulloch 



Mrs. Alta Northcott 

Resident Counselor — North/Yadkin 







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Resident Counselor — Women's/Wesley 



Mr. Doug Witcher 
Resident Counselor — Millis 



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Resident Counselor — Belk 



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Admissions Counselor 



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Mimeograph Room 








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Business Office 




Mrs. York 
Switchboard Operator 



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Secretary — Admissions 



Mrs. Jan Brown 
Audio-Visual 




Mrs. Sybil Burton 

Keypunch Operator/Data Processing 



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Business Office 



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Secretary — Student Personnel 



Mrs. ). Brown 
Business Office 



Mrs. Barbara Cagle 
Secretary — Dr. Cole 




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— Financial Affairs 



Mrs. Mary Goodson 
Secretary — Business Office 



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Secretary — College Relations 





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Secretary — Information Services 



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Secretary -Alumni Affairs 



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Secretary — Student Affairs 



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HPC 


2 


UNC-Greensboro 


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HPC 


1 


Duke 


2 


HPC 





N.C. State 


3 


HPC 


1 


N.C. Wesleyan 


2 


HPC 


2 


Appalachian State 


3 
(OT) 


HPC 


1 


UNC-Chapel Hill 


6 


HPC 


5 


Catawba 





HPC 


2 


Belmont Abbey 





HPC 


8 


Elon 


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HPC 


8 


Lenoir Rhyne 





HPC 


3 


Atlantic Christian 





HPC 


5 


Pembroke State 





HPC 


1 


Pfeiffer 





HPC 


2 


Guilford 

District 26 Playoffs 


1 


HPC 


2 


Pfeiffer 


5 



Overall Record 9-6-0 




Above: Stan Cairns leaps high above his oppo- 
nent to head the ball. 

Right: HPC defensemen collapse around the 
goal to defend against a shot. 




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Team Members include: Row one — Mike Showalter, Mike Angelo, Co-captain Mel Mahler, 
Co-captain Doug Challenger, Todd Miller, and Assistant Coach Woody Gibson; Row two — 
Mike Lertora, Stan Cairns, Jeff Potter, Tony Nielubowicz, Walter Roe, Chris Graney, and ]ohn 
Dourdis; Row three — Jorge Lagueruela, Mike Moran, Paul Goehle, Greg Norris, John 
Goehle, Jorge Nobre, Ronny Clendenin, Mike Rogers, and Coach Ken Chartier. 




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SOCCER WINS 
CONFERENCE: 
ADVANCES TO PLAYOFFS 

Showing its dominance in the Carolina's Con- 
ference for the third time in four years, the HPC 
Soccer Team compiled a 6-0 record in conference 
play, earning a berth in the District 26 Playoffs. 

The season began on a promising note with a 
victory over UNC-G, but the team then proceed- 
ed to lose five game for a dismal start. Included in 
these losses was a tense 3-2 loss to highly rated 
Appalachian State in overtime. 

The team opened conference play with a 1-5 
record, but reeled off eight straight victories, in- 
cluding a string of seven shutouts to finish the 
regular season at 9-5. Advancing into the playoffs, 
the team suffered an opening round loss to rival 
Pfeiffer by a 5-2 count. 

Individual standouts for the 77 squad included 
goalie Todd Miller who allowed 1.42 goals a game 
and |cff Potter and Walter Roe who were respon- 
sible for 14 points each for the season. 




Above: Doug Challenger heads in a corner kick for a score against Pfeiffer. 

Left: Maneuvering against Guilford in a 2-1 victory, Walter Roc tries to get free for a pass. 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL: 

ANOTHER TOUGH 

SEASON 



With a very young team in one of the toughest con- 
ferences in the south, a season could be very long and 
tough. However, the Panthers, who have been incon- 
sistent at times, came through with victories when 
needed this past season. The addition of transfer Char- 
lie Floyd to the line-up has been a great asset; Charlie 
had a season high 42 points against #1 ranked Gardner- 
Webb. Guards Johnny McQueen, Danny Anderson, 
and Scott Richardson have kept the offense moving all 
season with forwards Bob Hovey, Dennis West, and 
Steve Wheeless on the boards, and John O'Brien in the 
center. A strong bench with Joey Yow, Rick Callicut, 
Jay Yow, and Bob Mclver, was the determining factor 
in many games. 

A big homecoming victory over Catawba placed the 
Panthers in a tie for first place in the conference, and 
the win over Pfeiffer two days later clinched it. 

The Panthers look forward to some good tourna- 
ment play, and possibly first place. 




Charlie Floyd makes a "slam dunk" against ACC. 







Men's Basketball Team members include: Row one — Ricky Proctor, Danny Anderson, Scott Richardson, Dennis West, )ay Yow, 
)ohnny McQueen, and Richard Killoran; Row two — )oey Yow, Bob Mclver, Charlie Floyd, Bill Lee, Bob Hovey, Gary Meyn, Steve 
Wheeless, and Ricky Callicut. 




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SCOREBOARD 






HPC 


VS. 


Flagler 


73-60 




HPC 


vs. 


F.I.T. 


87-67 




HPC 


vs. 


Ft. Bragg 


91-83 




HPC 


vs. 


Barber-Scotia 


105-96 




HPC 


vs. 


Winston-Salem State 


71-83 




HPC 


vs. 


Atlantic Christian 


106-112 OT 


HPC 


vs. 


Elon 


91-84 




HPC 


vs. 


Ft. Bragg 


111-64 




HPC 


vs. 


Guilford 


87-94 


OT 


HPC 


vs. 


Lenoir Rhyne 


64-84 




HPC 


vs. 


Gardner-Webb 


95-114 




HPC 


vs. 


Winston-Salem State 


56-70 




HPC 


vs. 


Elon 


81-56 




HPC 


vs. 


Pembroke 


71-57 




HPC 


vs. 


Lenoir Rhyne 


73-86 




HPC 


vs. 


Gardner-Webb 


97-99 


OT 


HPC 


vs. 


Catawba 


70-75 




HPC 


vs. 


Barber-Scotia 


97-89 




HPC 


vs. 


Pfeiffer 


58-69 




HPC 


vs. 


Atlantic Christian 


85-63 




HPC 


vs. 


Lenoir Rhyne 


70-84 




HPC 


vs. 


Pembroke 


75-50 




HPC 


vs. 


Catawba 


77-63 




HPC 


vs. 


Pfeiffer 


88-71 




HPC 


vs. 


Guilford 


91-86 


OT 


HPC 


vs. 


Appalachian 


56-72 




HPC 


vs. 


Gardner-Webb 


86-111 




HPC 


vs. 


Elon 


60-59 




HPC 


vs. 


Guilford 


82-80 


OT 


HPC 


vs. 


Guilford 


59-62 





Charlie Floyd makes a short jump. 




Danny Anderson applies pressure. 



Panthers shift on the defense. 



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FIELD HOCKEY: 

ANOTHER 

WINNING SEASON 

Under the fine leadership of head coach Kitty 
Steele and assistant coach Leslie Clark, the 
women's Field Hockey Team experienced an- 
other winning season with a final record of 14 
wins, 2 loses, and 1 tie. This was the best record 
in the state. The team defeated Duke, Chapel 
Hill, UNCG, Clemson, and ECU. Tri-Captains 
Linda Ensey, Patti Wootten, and Debra Weber 
were team leaders throughout the season. Out- 
standing players throughout the season were: 
Linda Ensey, Patti Wootten, Vickie Williams, 
Kim Hall and Sandi Stusnick. Talented freshmen 
Alice Wainwright, Robin Eisenbrey, Denise 
Denise Holloway, Sharon Kaler, and Stephanie 
Higgins were strong assets to the team. The 
strong bench was a determining factor in many 
games. The women were seeded #1 in the 
state, but a loss to UNC-CH after defeating 
them earlier in the week destroyed hopes of a 
trip to regionals. Riddled with injuries to 3 key 
players, the loss to Chapel Hill was difficult to 
accept. Patti Wooten led the team in scoring 
with 13 goals while Alyson Wilk had another 
high scoring season with 7 goals and Debra We- 
ber scored 6 goals. The defense was exception- 
ally strong with 10 shut outs. With the loss of 
only 2 seniors, the team looks to have another 
exceptional season next year. 




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Kim Hall skillfully defends against an opponent. 




Field Hockey Team Members include: First row: Judy Harris, Sharon Kaler, Patti Wooten, Dee Dee Holloway Alice 
Wainwright, Vickie Williams, Alyson Wilk, and Linda Pfautz. Second row: Kim Van Aker, Barbara Waterman, Linda Vmsey 
Kim Hall, Carroll Grady, Laura Billings, Candy Hinze, Stephanie Higgins, Robin Slate, Sandi Stusnick, and Debra Weber. 



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Linda Ensey gains possession of the ball. 



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HPC 


1 


Pfeiffer 3 


HPC 


2 


Winthrop 1 


HPC 


4 


Wake Forest 


HPC 


2 


Catawba 1 


HPC 


5 


Averett 2 


HPC 


1 


UNC-G 


HPC 


4 


Clemson 


HPC 


4 


Salem 


HPC 


2 


Duke 1 


HPC 


1 


ECU 


HPC 


1 


Catawba 1 


HPC 


5 


Salem 


HPC 


1 


Pfeiffer 


HPC 


1 


UNC-CH 


AIAW State Tournament 


HPC 


1 


ASU 


HPC 





UNC-CH 3 



Above: Debra Weber executes a slapshot to the goal against 
Wake Forest. 




Left: Patti Wooten and Alyson Wilk set up for the ball. 



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WOMAN'S BASKETBALL 
— A REAL WINNER 

After two highly successful seasons and a trip to Nationals 
both years, the team still continued their success. With the 
bulk of the team back and talented newcomers 
added, High Point experienced another winning season. 
Under the leadership of first year coach, Wanda Briley, the 
team experienced a transitional period, but still managed to 
perform well and produce a winning record. Enduring their 
toughest schedule in many years, High Point played Way- 
land Baptist, Old Dominion University, and N.C. State — All 
are nationally ranked. Robyn Cooper, Ethel White, Marie 
Riley, and Germaine McAuley are some top performers 
who returned. A victory over Pembroke proved to be the 
teams top defensive effort holding Pembroke to 38 pts. 
Playing in the tough Old Dominion Classic was a challenge 
for High Point and they performed exceptionally well 




Senior guard Robyn Cooper skillfully dribbles past an op- 
ponent. 




High Point Women's Basketball Team Members Include: (Row one) Coach Wanda Briley, ]ody Westmoreland, Connie Dickens, 
Germaine McAuley, Ethel White, and Robyn Cooper; (Row two) Roxanna Crouse, Vickie McLean, Marie Riley, Sylvia Chambers, 
Cracie Simmons, Denise Washington, and Assistant Coach Wendee Saintsing (Not pictured: Linda Cottell, Roberta Riley, and Pam 
Henline). 




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Panthers spread out to defend against Guilford. 







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SCOREBOARD 






HPC 


vs. 


Pfeiffer 


81-90 




HPC 


vs. 


Wake Forest 


39-26 


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HPC 


vs. 


Charleston 


43-46 




HPC 


vs. 


UNC-CH 


44-41 


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HPC 


vs. 


NC State 


36-43 




HPC 


vs. 


NC State 


77-104 




HPC 


vs. 


Elon 


39-28 




HPC 


vs. 


ODU 


69-83 




HPC 


vs. 


Wayland Baptist 


69-77 


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HPC 


vs. 


UNC-G 


47-27 




HPC 
HPC 


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vs. 


N.C.A. & T. 
Catawba 


93-56 


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101-30 




HPC 


vs. 


E.C.U. 


63-71 




HPC 


vs. 


Appalachian 


97-71 




HPC 


vs. 


Pfeiffer 


82-68 




HPC 


vs. 


Guilford 


86-54 




HPC 


vs. 


Mars Hill 


86-79 




HPC 


vs. 


W.C.U. 


71-75 




HPC 


vs. 


Shaw 


76-50 




HPC 


vs. 


Pembroke 


96-38 




HPC 


vs. 


Catawba 


102-33 




HPC 


vs. 


Lenoir Rhync 


78-69 




HPC 


vs. 


WCU 


68-58 




HPC 


vs. 


Mars Hill 


86-59 




HPC 


vs. 


Guilford 


68-48 


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HPC 


vs. 


ACC 


68-40 


V 


HPC 


vs. 


Pfeiffer 


81-71 



Ethel White goes high for the basket. 



Vickie McLean wins the tap on a jump ball. 



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VOLLEYBALL TEAM TAKES 

REGIONALS: 

ADVANCES TO 

NATIONAL 

TOURNAMENT 

Under the direction of first year coach, Wanda 

Briley, the Women's Volleyball team had 

another successful season with an overall record 

of 43 wins and 11 losses. This year, the team 

earned its third consecutive Carolina's 

Conference Championship, second state title, 

and second regional title. The team 

demonstrated a high skill level and good 

teamwork throughout the season. Outstanding 

players were Marie Riley, Ethel White, 

Germaine McCauley, Gracie Simmons, and 

Karen Christofferson, with Ana Maria Gonzalez 

and Roberta Riley proving themselves as adept 

freshmen. The bench was a determining factor 

in many victories. With five starters returning 

next year, HPC should continue its domination 

of the region in volleyball. 





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Above: Germaine MrCaulcy, an excellent player all sea- 
son, bumps the ball. 

Left: Ethel White goes high above the net for a spike. 

Below: Freshman Roberta Riley delivers a powerful over- 
head serve. 



HPC vs. Pembroke 
HPC vs. Elon 
HPC vs. Catawba 
HPC vs. WCU 
HPC vs. WFU 
HPC vs. ACC 
HPC vs. Elon 
HPC vs. Charlston 
HPC vs. UNC-CH 
HPC vs. Winthrop 
HPC vs. VCU 
HPC vs. Guilford 
HPC vs. Catawba 
HPC vs. Maryland 
HPC vs. Louisburg 
HPC vs. WFU 
HPC vs. Mars Hill 
HPC vs. WCU 
HPC vs. Lenoir Rhyn 
HPC vs. ECU 
HPC vs. Appalachian 
HPC vs. Lenoir Rhyn 
HPC vs. Limestone 



SCOREBOARD 






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HPC 


vs. 


Duke 


1. 


w 


HPC 


vs. 


WFU 


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W 


HPC 


vs. 


N.C. State 


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w 


HPC 


vs. 


Mars Hill 


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w 


HPC 


vs. 


Guilford 


u 


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HPC 


VS. 


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HPC 


vs. 


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National Tournament 




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HPC 


vs. 


Fla. Tech 


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HPC 


vs. 


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High Point College Volleyball Team Front row Left to Right - Roberta Riley, leannie Hairston, 
Robyn Cooper, Ethel White, Paula Prillman, Ana Marie Gonzales Second row left to right - 
Coach Wanda Briley, Irish Gaymon, Germaine McAuley, Marie Riley, Sylvia Chambers, Gracie 
Simmons, Karen Christoffersen, Vickie McLean, Assistant Coach Wendee Saintsing 




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HIGH POINT 

BASEBALL: 

ALWAYS A 

WINNER 

The High Point College baseball team 
has a reputation throughout the South as 
the "team to beat". The team has recorded 
thirty victories per season for the past de- 
cade, and the 1978 team appears to be 
continuing that tradition. 

Last year, the team captured the Caro- 
lina's Conference, winning 39 games — the 
second highest number of victories in the 
school's history. With the bulk of last years 
team returning, and many talented new- 
comers, this season looks to be the best 
yet. Tony Waite, a .380 batter and all-State 
performer, and Jim Mugele, an All-District 
performer, return to the infield. Joe Gabar- 
ino, who led the nation with 44 consecu- 
tive stolen bases, will be returning along 
with Jeff Kennedy, Tim Reid, Danny Wil- 
bur, Gerald Culler, and John Grocki. The 
conference tournament MVP pitcher Ke- 
vin Keene is returning to the mound, as 
well as Mike Shugrue and Dirk Garley. 
Newcomers include pitchers Jay Schwam- 
burger and Phil Cherry, and third baseman 
Rick Martin. Known as the best small col- 
lege team in the South, HPC looks forward 
to continue their winning tradition, with a 
possible trip to the Nationals. 




Danny Wilbur is behind the plate as Vinnie Espado hits at practice. 




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Baseball Team Members include: Row one — Neil Birnbaum, Vinnie Espada, Richard Foy, Danny Wilbur, and Jim Purcell; Row two 
— Jan Reid, Chip Baker, Jim Mugele, Joe Gabarino, Rick Martin, John Grocki, Tim Reid, Gerald Culler, Don Groseclose, Randy 
Wilhoit, and Phil Ponder; Row three — Tom Trice, Gary Zimmerman, David Easton, Randall Morrison, Jack Macintosh, Rick 
Hawkins, Kevin Albertson, Jon Davis, Jeff Brown, and Mike Staley; Row four — Jeff Kennedy, Robert DelCollo, Bill Booth, Jay 
Schwamberger, John Hallis, David Hardison, Phil Cherry, Kevin Keene, and Mark Abbott. 




Tony Waite fields a grounder at first base. 






Kick Martin digs out a grounder at third base. 



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TENNIS TEAM 

ANTICIPATES 

WINNING SEASON 

For nearly a decade, the men's tennis 

team has dominated small college play 

in the region. This year could mark 

the seventh consecutive year as a 

competitor in the National 

Tournament. With most of last year's 

team returning, and some highly 

skilled newcomers, HPC tennis seems 

likely to continue its winning ways. 

Returning players include Steve 

Sharman, Jeff Apperson, Willem de 

Grote, Phil Parrish, Lane Evans, Kendall 

Handy, David Burgess, and Tom 

Fitzmaurice. Parrish won the district 

singles last year, and teamed up with 

Tom Fitzmaurice to win the doubles 

title. The addition of Chris Hohnhold 

to the team provides even more 

competition for the top six positions; 

Hohnhold has been a Davis Cup 

participant. Among their competitors 

are Chapel Hill, Va. Tech., 

Appalachian, and Atlantic Christian. 

The Panthers look for another trip to 

the National Tournament. 




Left: Lane Evans executes a powerful serve. 



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Jeff Apperson skillfully demonstrates his 
backhand. 



Tennis Team members include: Dave Swaringer, Kendall Handy, Phil Parrish, Brad 
Beatty, Lane Evans, David Burgess, Willem De Grote, Steve Sharman, Jeff Apperson, 
Chris Hohnhold, and Coach Mike Glover. 



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WOMEN'S TENNIS: BEST 
TEAM IN HPCS HISTORY 

r^lw'r th f Women ' s , T ? nnis Team experienced one of its most successful seasons capturine the 
Carolma s Conference, and placing third in the state. With all but three players return ngihlyea" team 

dented nlZZeZTlaXr^ ^^ ^ ^ T ° m ™ A " en < and *n RichardSn ^H |o n ome 
o Te team and ant ri^Sc ki * SUCC f Ssful season " Second V ear coach Kitty Steele has high hopes 

tor the team and ant.apates possible regional tournament play for the Lady Panthers. 





Above: lean Richardson executes a 
backhand stroke. 

Right: Freshman Vicky Williams, a 
highly skilled recruit from N. Virginia, 
is a prime candidate for #1 singles. 




Tennis Team Members include: Row one — Roberta Riley, Debbie Hill, Temma Allen, and 
Vicky Williams; Row two — Donna Pfister, Lisa Mickey, and Jean Richardson; Row three — 
Kathy Neblett, Marie Riley, Debra Ward, and Coach Kitty Steele. 



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TRACK AND FIELD 

LOOKS 

TO A WINNING 

SEASON 

Losing only two members from last year's team, 
and adding some adept freshmen to the team, High 
Point looks forward to a very successful season. Bill 
McCown is an outstanding hurdler from N. Virginia 
and is expected to dominate the conference in that 
event. Tracy Lyons, who holds the school record in 
Pole Vaulting, is also a top performer. 

Our distance runners will be highly talented with 
Mark Hamlett, Perry Macheras, Randy Larzelere, and 
Robert Martin returning, and top performing fresh- 
men Keith Chance, Jorge Nobre, Dave Frlory, and 
Wes Koonts, competing as well. 

Overall, the track team seems to be greatly im- 
proved with experience and new talent. Coach Da- 
vidson is looking for a great deal of individual and 
team success throughout the season 




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Freshman Bill McCown is a top hurdler. 




Track team members include: Row one — Bill McCown, Keith Chance, Robert Martin, 
Mark Hamlett, Dennis West, Deberry Debnam, Norris Woody, Jorge Nobre, and Robert 
Duarte; Row two — Rod Couick, Mark Mclntyre, Ron Byrne, Rick Callicut, Mike Griffin, 
Wesley Koonts, Perry Macheras, David Flory, Tracy Lyons, and Coach Bob Davidson 



*3* 

Outstanding aisiance runners Perry 
Macheras and Mark Hamlett run the mile. 




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Golf Team Members include: French Bolen, Paul Rapley, Bob Aydelette, Tony Flippin, Ray Jones, Scott Tedder, Tony Byrne, Jeff 
Hall, Leon Minka, Tony Piper, and Coach Woody Gibson. 

HPC GOLF TEAM 
A TOP 
COMPETITOR 

The 1978 golf team looks for a 
highly successful season this year 
with many talented players. Five re- 
turning players and some excep- 
tional newcomers will permit the 
team to look for a lot of good tour- 
nament play. HPC will play National 
champions Gardner-Webb, in addi- 
tion to Elon and Guilford; these 
teams comprise the toughest dis- 
trict in the nation. Overall team 
depth, experience, and confidence 
may be the key to a very successful 
season. High Point is teamed with 
Clemson and the University of 
Michigan for the Coastal Carolina's 
Tournament, and is expecting some 
highly competitive rounds. The top 
players of the season will be Bill 
Wall, Tony Flippin, French Bolen, 
Paul Rapley, Bob Aydelette, and Jeff 
Hall. 




Bob Aydelette, top trestiman, is the 
former Carolina's Jr. Amateur Winner. 



French Bolen is an All-Conference player. 




HI 



CHEERLEADERS BOOST 
SCHOOL SPIRIT 



The 1977-78 Checrleading squad proved 

to be the most spirited unit the school 

has had in many years. With only three 

returning cheerleaders, seven new squad 

members were chosen. Promoting school 

spirit at HPC is often a fruitless job, 

however, the squad continually 

supported the athletic teams. In addition 

to their vocal support, the members of 

the squad made banners to be hung at 

most of the home games. 




*~ <*— 



Co, Panthers! 




The Squad members include: Cindy Briggs, Tina Lynch, Marianne Phillips, Betty Maynor, Johnita Pearson, Sharon Manns, Mitzi 
Vestal, Natalie Harris, and Peggy Pesce. 



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Winning Intramural Softball Team members include: Row one — Bobby Ziglar, Robbie 
Ellis, Doug Stevens, Arnold Hendrix, Jan Marinus, and Brant Conner; Row two — Robin 
Marley, Glenn Johnson, Tim Hall, Mark Clifton, Jose Oiler, Tommy Nance, and Tyler 
Cox. 



INTRAMURAL 

PROGRAM 

EXPANDS 



With the deletion of the Cross 
Country this Fall, the Intramural 
program expanded. Coach Bob 
Davidson served as director, with 
students Mel Mahler, Barry 
Sullivan, Patti Wooten, and Susie 
Gallup serving as coordinators. 

The Intramural program is a 
service of High Point College, 
designed to allow every student 
the opportunity to compete 
competively. The sports in the 
program this year included 
Softball, Tennis, Track, Basketball, 
Bowling, Soccer, Volleyball, 
Badmiton, and Table Tennis. 
Tournaments involving the top 
teams took place, with the 
winners pictured on the following 
pages. 




Winning Intramural Track Team members include: Jeff Kennedy, Mel Mahler, Joe 
Cabarino, Jim Mugele, Gerald Culler, John Hallis, Tim Reed, Matt Dunton, Jeff Potter, 
and Doug Challenger. 



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Suzette Wurster — Women's Tennis 



Women's Intramural Softball Winners: Row one — Cindy Roberts, April Kear, and Sherry 
Dirks Row two — Julie Campbell, Debbie Russell, Sandra Bacon, Sue Jeno, and Debbie 
Barnes. 




Men's Intramural Basketball Team Winners: Row one — Phillip Miller, Deberry 
Debnam, Bernard Christian, and ]im Malesio; Row two — Mike Kresanko, Steve 
Bisbing, Otis Foster, Sam Dalton, and Bob Del-Collo. 



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Women's Basketball Intramural winners: Row one — Kathy Nehlett and Teresa 
Rierson; Row two — Thea Dean, Jean Rirhardson, Monica Traini, and Kathy Wal 



Women's Intramural Directors are Susie Gallup 
and Patti Wooten. 




Men's Volleyball Intramural Team winners: Row one — Leon Minka, Ken Clair, Dave Dexter, and Bil 
Booth; Row two — Les Hall, Mark Poore, Charlie Cross, Jeff Burrell, and Wallie Culbreth. 



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RonnizfiTions • ORcnniznTio 





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SOCIETY OF 

COLLEGIATE 

JOURNALISTS 

The Society of Collegiate 

Journalists began its first year at 

HPC this past Fall. Members of 

the society must have served on a 

campus publication for one year 

in a managerial position for one 

year, or a staff position for two 

years. Members are recognized 

nation-wide for their 

contributions. Mrs. Sullivan served 

as advisor and Ed Crandpre as 

president. 




Society of Collegiate Journalists members are: Row one — Caryn Marie Reinhart, 
Debbie Johnson, Ken Keiser, and Mrs. Emily Sullivan; Row two — Brent Johnson, 
Arnold Hendricks, Ed Grandpre, and Mac Phillips. 




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AMERICAN 
CHEMICAL 
SOCIETY 



American Chemical Society Members include: Row one — Bobby Ziglar, and Cheryl Vernon; Row two 
— Chris Larson, Debbie Holcomb, Bobby Greene, Betsy Bet7, George Poppy, Don Wright, Sponsor 
Mr. Rickard, Dr. Bowman, Jeff Nelson, and Jeff Harper. 




High Point College Singers include: Row one — )anet Hinckle, Dr. Elson, Gwen Pugh, Fred Patterson, 
Adrienne Smith, and Eddie Houde; Row two — Ken Gibson, Lori Kennedy, Rick Hines, Beth King, 
Chris Harrington, Danay Savvas, and Tim Sutton. 



HIGH POINT 

COLLEGE 

SINGERS 



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KAPPA 
DELTA 




KD members include: seated, left to right, Buffy Nordan, Cindi Clair, Beth Thompson, 
Lori Kennedy, Sharon Sullivan, Lynne Smith, and )udy Ashe. 1st row: Linda Pfantz, Scarlet 
Roland, Ellen Myers, Linda Thompson, Gina Gaines, Jane Sinks, Wanda Cahall, Cindy 
Fuller, Kathy Covert, Nan Lytton, Sandy Love, Mimi McDowell, Ellen Carmine, Michelle 
Boyce, Bonnie Carter, Pat Frey, and Phyllis Griffin. Not pictured: Beth Holt, and Debbie 
James. 




Sister's Sharon, Beth and 
studyers. 



Ellen are the late night 



KD's entered another year of meetings, rush parties, and 
hard work resulting in a fantastic pledge class. Of course 
there was the Mixer, opening of Tom's, and late night trips 
to Jimmy's for salads. What's this? A new patrol Judy — Jim 
Patrol . . . Which way did he go?, which way did he go? 
Phyllis — hey Scoop what's so appealing about the floor — 
Scarlet — wins the End Window Award, Ellen — Yes it 
looks alright and everything will be so down right right, 
Buffy — Tell me again ALL about your love lives, Mimi — 
Farrah goes RED and takes residency at Tom's Brass Rail, 
Beth T. — Does B.O. stand for Been Out or Burlington 
Oriented, Lori — job experience: Furniture Today — Burns 
Away!!, Beth H. — Maggot Woman #2 moved out months 
ago, Linda P. — How do you rationalize your sneakers, and 
we just love your hair, Wanda Woo Woo — make that 
"Boss" Wanda Woo Woo, Cindy F. — W/W or Whine, 
Wonder, and Wait, Sharon — Sullie, your engine's warm — 
been to the Big "T Bell"?, Lynne — Is Richard's father a 
florist?, Jane — Congrats on surviving 4 yrs . . . maybe 5 
without an alarm clock or maid, "Brickhouse!" and Pat — 
You're our favorite — Memories of funtimes, candlelights, 
laughter, tears, sharing special moments with one another 
— These will remember long after school days are gone — 
Love from the 1977-78 Kappa Deltas. 




Don't you think we're lovely? 

Sisterly love is shown between 
Wanda and Nan. 




THETA CHI 




Theta Chi's, 
cafeteria. 



Jeff Smith, Mike Taylor, and Ray Hall ham it up in the 




Theta Chi members include: 1st row (left to right) Bob O'Brien, Marty Amis, Randy Bledsoe, 
Scott Daeschner, and Stan Cairns. 2nd row (left to right) Jeff Brown, Trent Lutr, Ray Hall, 
Spence Woodbury, , Todd Miller, Hal Sutton, Tony Nielubowicz, and Jim Sims. 3rd row (left to 
right) Tony Flippin, Chris Craney, Jeff Smith, Scott Tedder, Mike Taylor, and Tom Miechcski. 



With a successful 1st annual Bong Show and 
Dream Girl 1976-1977 behind us, we begin an- 
other new year. With an average rush and a crazy 
Drags to kick things off the Theta Chi's began 
their usually unpredictable individual anticts. 
Blimper "Pants on" Bledsoe keeps trying . . . (Oh 
ya, has he returned the punch bowl yet?) . . . 
Martin Van and his side kick — are they on for 
this week? Must be he bought two bottles of 
Sangria. Dagga D.B. Spot, James (whatever it is 
this time) is either trying to calm someone down 
getting belligerent, or making reservations with 
one othis 4 Madam's. Herbert (J. Hall) — bed-14 
classes-3 or who took my Visine. O'B with a cig in 
his mouth and bike underneath he is off into the 
sunset . . . Where is Mikee? His friends have kid- 
napped him to Florida . . Hooter (still champion 
at backgammon) is still inviting them to parties 
. . . Boinker is asleep but she's still yaking . . . 
Mudd Turtle fooling around with "hair — but 
not on the chinny-chin-chin." . Ollie, you bet- 
ter put out an alert for the dog catchers . . . 
"Spent Wrent Slutz" won't drive his own car and 
he is still O.T.R. (TH) . . . Disco Daddy (Ray-Ray) 
lost his wife, but that didn't stop him from get- 
ting 'runk and acting like a low flying albatross 
. . . Mr. Caaaiiirrrns (old man) has got a big huge 
smile on that Pie Face — has it got anything to do 

with a Rattle-Rattle? 
. . . Stud — "don't for- 
get to clean your room 
and change the sheets 
and I'll come over to- 
nite" signed, 2001. 

Flippin (another one 
from Dobson) goes 
home so much he gets 
lost going to the cafete- 
ria ... Scott T. is the 
smartest one of the 
bunch, he wears a hard 
hat to all meals (Had 
your car towed lately? 
. . . Uncle Chris is at it 
again, (Pee Wee) keeps 
giving everyone un- 
wanted advice . . . 
"Chesky the Malesky" 
— don't pout buddy; 
summer's almost here 
. . . Woods if you would 
stop kicking walls, pull- 
ing all-nighters, and 
stop playing cards you 
might get some . . . 
And then there is the 
Resident Dictator 
Waha. Another pro- 
ductive year has gone 
by and the memories 
are many. We would 
like to give congratula- 
tions and good luck in 
the future to our gradu- 
ating Brothers: Marty 
Amis, Randy Bledsoe, 
Scott Daeschner, Bob 
O'Brien, and Hal Sut- 
ton. 



MX. 



ALPHA 
GAMS 




Alpha Gams started off an- 
other exciting year with a very 
successful rush. Here are some 
personal moments to bring 
back memories of the past 
year. Danneal . . . Our own 
motherhen! Donna . . . Alpha 
Gam's Peppis delivery service 
... 6'1 ... Did roater rooter 
ever find your keys? Caryl . . . 
We are still waiting for your 
candlelight. Susie, Nancee and 
Cindy . . . Did you ever find 
out who swept it under the 
carpet? Shaw . . . We really en- 
joyed your speech! Dawn . . . 
Do you really like living in the 
country? Germaine . . . are 

you transferring to another school? Toni . Do all 
New Yorker's get their cars before they get their 
licenses? Meg and Cathi . . . Like Mom like Kid . . . 
short people have no reason to live! Puss ... It looks 
like it may be a night out to Chinatown via the 
tombstone! Cathy . . . Are bears really cuddly? Lynn 
. . . We hear your Spastic team finally won a game! 
Spandy . . . the bloodhound of the hall . she can 
smell popcorn miles away. Patti . . . We hear he final- 
ly caught you with your clothes on. Man' Ann 
Too bad the burglar had to ruin your party. Betsy . . . 
Where is our Sister's Board? Laura . . . Are you 
studying at the Rail tonight? Debra . Which guy 
called tonight? Suzanne . . . Our munchout queen 
. . . she even sleeps with crackers in her mouth 
Leslie . . . Do furniture buyers really make better 
lovers? Susan . . . We hear your favorite song is an 
old Chuck Berry . . . something about a Ting. Diane 
. may your epitaph read "Cause of death . . . pea- 
nut butter suffocation." Janet . . Let's go get what? ? 
Sabrina . . . How do you throw a sucessful slumber 
party? Char-Lee . . . How do you help an injured basketball player? 
Therese . . . What caused your sudden interest and knowledge of 
soccer? Jill . . . Anyone want a piece of gum? Penny . . . How does 
it feel to have twenty guys on top of you? Mary ... Is Sugar really 
sweet? Gail ... Do you ever get seasick at State? Melissa . . . Loves 
doing love-scenes on and off the stage. Connie . . Our own 
Conehead from Saturday Night Live. Mary Stuart . . Couldn't you 
think of a better hiding place than the closet? Denise . . . Our own 
Evil Knieval, what room do you live in? Debbie . . . Bruce who? 
Valerie . . . How do you get around without your blue camaro? 
Marcella . . . "You only go around once in life, so ... " Joni . . The 
only person who can make a 10 mile trip take 2 hours! Gail must 
come up! Peggy . . . Loves to Dance to "Jailhouse Rock." Cindy 
Get your nights and dates straights!! Ann . . . Anyone want to 
study? And ends another exciting and happy year with the Alpha 
Gam's. 



Members include: 1st row — Sandy Ritlenhouse, Laura Billings, Cathy Shaw, Lynn 
Richter, Dee Dee Holloway, Cindy Gates, Leslie Davis, and Danneal Burdette. 2nd row — 
Joni Powell, Toni Alonso, Diane Bednarcik, Char-Lee Venuto, Dana Ketcham, MariAnn 
Purrier, Peggy Pesce, and Denise Carter. 3rd row — Janet Spaulding, Suzanne Karppinen, 
Susan Spaulding, Jill Beam, Cindy Miller, Connie Davis, Kim Lewis, Gail Jones. 4th row — 
Patti Wooten, Therese Nowak, Susie Gallup, Marcella Bullard, and Cathy Groom. 




Gams display their work of art!! 




Gaines and Burdette — ready for action? 





LAMBDA CHI 
ALPHA 



Members include: 1st row — Dr. Paul Gratiot "Doc", Jim Vinesett, Mike Shughrue, 
Mike Krescanko, Randy Bunnell, Steve Moss, Jorge Lagueruela, Mac Phillips, Martin 
Slater, Dave Horton, Bill Tschop, Terry Buker, Jeff Nesbitt, and Brian Anderson; 2nd 
row — Stephen Lewis, Bill Carry, French Bolen, Bill McDonald, Steve Williams, Van 
Canipe, Bruce Gouge, Chris Ware, Greg Stone, Tim Taylor, Brad Beatty, Skip 
Granberry, Milton Auman, Paul Rapley, Kipper Tabb, Gary Vanlandingham, Ken 
Kearn, Gary Howell, Danny Ramseur, and Blaise Miller; 3rd row — Ward Wilson, 
Mark Nissen, Steve Sharman, Steve Prater, Glenn Jones, Dave Easton, Alan 
Williamson, George Davidson, Eric Bohus, Bob Del-Collo, Mark Winchell, Yassin 
Khoyat, Jack Hamilton, and Lynn Summers. 




It's party time again for the 
Lambda Chis. 




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Members include: 1st row — Dale Williams, Ed Grandpre, Tim Harper, Robert Gillis, and Tommy 
Gray; 2nd Row — Rev. Bob Lowdermilk, Holly Waye, Nancy Reichle, Donna Eisnaugle, Dave Byrd, 
Mary Carter, Chris Harrington, and Mrs. Martha Blake; 3rd row — Peter Migliorini, Bob Ellison, 
Eddie Mullis, Kristi Mills, Dave Bobbin, Cathy Crane, Kipper Tabb, Tammy Allen, and Fred Patterson. 



REMEMBER WHEN AND WHY? 



Harper drowned again! 
Kimmmper, I'll never call you 
that again. Bob — get out of 
the room! Good morning to 
you. Here, Here, you ought 
not to say that. Arlington 
Cemetary shall rise again. I 
move we move to save time. 
Fred 10-4 RED. Bunches and 
Bunches. If she don't she will. 
Bissy — Call your maker, 
unsigned. 119 pints collected 
from 23 donors! I'm lucky to 
be alive! Let's shade in the 
GRAY areas Pete. Mount Airy 
— here we come. Doctor 
Dale, we have another victim! 
Calm down, Cris. GET 
READY. Nancy, is it cold. 
Wrong Kristi, wrong. And as 
always in black, it is indeed a 
pleasure . . . 




Officers include: Dale Williams, Ed Grandpre, Rev. Robert Lowdermilk, Tim Harper, Mrs. 
Martha Blake, Robert Gillis, Tommy Gray. 



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ALPHA PHI OMEGA CELEBRATES 20TH 
ANNIVERSARY 




THEN — and Now carrying the purpose of friendship, leadership 
and service. 



The Alpha Phi Omega National 
Service Fraternity, Mu Xz. Chapter at 
High Point College celebrated its 20th 
Anniversary with many memories and 
great expectations as brothers, 
pledges, and as alumni gathered. The 
chapter was founded in 1958 and has 
since contributed 20 years of service 
and leadership to the campus and 
surrounding community. 

Mu XZ highlights this academic 
year with large donations to Muscular 
Dystrophy through it's fund raising 
projects. Two very successful 
bloodmobiles on campus, the annual 
railroad cleanup, and the Ugly Man on 
Campus Campaign, sponsored by the 
Fall Pledgeship, and a Campus 
Beautification Drive have rounded out 
this special year. Thank you Mrs. 
Blake, Mr. Dalbey, and Rev. 
Lowdermilk. 




RVICE FRATERNITY 



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Pledges include: 1st row - Mary Carter, Nancy Reichle, Dave Byrd, Donna Eisnaugle, and 
Cathy Crane. 2nd row - Kristi Mills, Bob Ellison, Holly Waye, Eddie Mulhs, Tammy Allen, and 



■>y 

Fred Patterson. 



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PHI MU: 

"LES SOEURS 

FIDELES" 



March 4, 1852, Phi Mu was but a 
dream ... a dream conceived by 
three college students. This dream 
today is a beautiful reality . . . com- 
posed of chapters reaching across 
the nation. Love, Honor, Truth . . . 
our rich ideals binding "Les Soeurs 
Fideles" in a bond of the sister- 
hood. 

The year 77-78 started off with a 
fantastic rush as we pledged 23 new 
Phis. Pledge dance, Christmas party, 
wine and cheese party, Phi Mu 
Weekend, and various service pro- 
jects were but a few of the fun hap- 
penings of this year. But then came 
TROUBLE — Our Pres. has made 
the scene this year with her four- 
legged friend, Nugget . . . Teach 
Jeno was attacked by her kindergar- 
ten class and thrown down the 
stairs . . . The hall is not the same 
without Stinky . . . Welshie has 
been seen on campus with that 
dark-haired fella — again ... Val 
plays hostess to Friday afternoon 
daiquiri parties — Yadkin 210 . . . 
Surprise! Ronnie is out skinny dip- 
ping and carrying on all night love 
affairs . . . Sarah may be our hall 
prude but she's got the makings of a 
fine woman . . . Nanette and Beth 
left us in December but Nancy sur- 
prised us with a comeback . . . 
Lynn-dada is always amusing us with 
her imitations . . . TBR maintains a 
"reserved" seat for Annie . . . 
Weenie, you may be cute but 
you're still a dick . . . K.C. is our hall 
chemist — may she not blow us up. 




Members include: 1st row — Katie Brennan, Susan McConnell, Valerie Luedke, 
Debbie Barnes, Kolleen McCralh, Cindy Briggs, Rhonda Lalk, and Sarah Amos. 2nd 
row — Renee Majka, Cigi Wilson, Julie Campbell, Annie Janowski, Jean Small, April 
Kear, Sharlia York, and Donna Denny. 3rd row — Sandra Bacon, Natalie Harris, 
Cindy Roberts, Laura Burdette, Betsy Betz, Kathy Connelly, Sherry Dirks, Nanette 
Falls, Debbie Russell, Donna Fiorvanti, and Patti Rusenko. 4th row — Laurie 
McLean, Sue Wick, Lynn Maness, Anne Keiser, Sue Jeno, Donna Welsh, Susan 
Inman, and Cathy Andreson. 

Mm 




Debbie Russel 
room. 



trys to clean up her 



Rhonda Lalk and Sara Amos come dressed to 
impress at the party. 



Often heard in the cafeteria is Deb- 
bie's distinct laugh . . . Laura is finally settling down and Stan's the man . . . Sherry was last seen pushing that 
little green Vega down 1-85 Professor Shaggy Dog — is that really you Anne? . . . famous question on 

campus — Julie, Julie, Julie, do you love me? Susan is our woman of the world . . . Kolleen — who's the 
latest? . . Sue Heeee! plays some mean basketball . . . Susie — been in any wet t-shirts contests, lately? 
Donna D. has been seen with stars in her eyes . . . Lil Cindy is our talented one . . . Natalie adds rhythm to 
the hall . . Gigi is our wanted woman Cyndi — are you selling those kisses for a dollar? Ralph is our 
answer to happy days Jean — how about sharing your MAN? . . . Sue may be quiet but don't let that fool 
you April — we love you, why did you wait so long to bounce into our lives? . . . Cathy — no one knows 
what goes on behind closed doors . . . Betsy is our coed rep . . . Keep that neck covered — OK, Katie? 
Sid — Why are your cheeks red? . Buzz — thanks for your McDonald's food runs . . . Renee can't get 
away from the tube . . and Sharlia the slumber party was, a crashing success!! 

Graduation brought the year to an end but the memories of fun, happy, and sad times continue with us as 
does our bond of friendship found within Phi Mu. 




PI KAPPA ALPHA 

1977-78 was another great year for the Pikas. Congrats to Wubby for Who's Who . . . Two 
overcame B. Law and B-ball to return in the fall. Abbott who really did attack your mirror? Giles 
caught cat scratch fever over fallbreak. Stretch is taking courses at Tom's. Dupe, what was that 
bump in the night against your car? Hearn was somewhere over the rain . . . Ross in soccer you 
use your head. Perry is being called by the ASHE Mts. Dave made it to a few classes this year. 
Mike has Carolina fever every weekend. Tom has a new roommate. Tripper, I will work on files 
over break. Jim, TOO letter and we are gather here together . . . Mark burned by Daddy and 
Denver. George replacing Gary in the lounge. Wubby has become moody. The Pledges had a 
bun-warming night and where are your canes? 




Members include: 1st row — Jim Van Horn, Dave Olson (Treas.), Jerry Arndt (Vice-President), Andy Wubbenhorst 
(President), Richard Hearn (Secretary), and Gary Dupell; 2nd row — Ross King, Greg Norris, Bob Duarte, )im Wolfe, Tom 
Trice, and Chris Zilg; 3rd row — Jacky Hendrix, Tim Bailey, Bruce Pumphrey, Stan Johnson, Keith Chance, George 
Wolfe, Doug Kimmel, Carl Thomas, Mark Abbott, Mark Walling, Mike Shelton; 4th row — Perry Macheras, Kyle Holt, 
Richard Arning, Bob Brownlow, Tom Miller, )ohn Roland, Ken Swanson, and Karl Stoll. 




The Pikas party it up! 



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'Girls, let's pose for the cameraman!" 



Get a load of Kathy Garner's hairdo with 
Susanne McDermott as hairdresser. 



ZETA 

TAU 

ALPHA 





ZETA members include: Row one — Nan Thorne, Nancy Green, Donna Adams, Jackie Swing, Mary 
Wyatt, Jane Seltzer, Kendalle Bzdek, and MaryAnn McNamara; Row two — Terry Gardella, Mylene 
Fisher, Regina Stanley, Adrienne Smith, Tracy Taylor, and Tina Lynch; Row three — Myra 
Faulkenberry, Susanne McDermott, Suzette Wurster, Jennifer Raper, Sharon Stanback, Pam llderton, 
Ginny Williamson, Marianne Phillips, Cindy Sink, Ann Brawner, Kim Kramer, and Winnie Adkin; Row 
four — Cindy Locke, Wendy Bowman, Susan Whetstone, Marcy Randall, Sarah Hartgrove, Majd 
Khayyat, Mitzi Vestal, Jenny Bull, Elaine Johnson, Ginger Brown, Pam Aiken, Karen Monroe, Ann 
Leonard, Millie Greene, Wendy Dunham, Jenny Tucker, Ellen Smith, and Tammy Garrison. 

1977-78 proved to be a good year for Zeta Tau Alpha. We started off the year by acquiring 21 new 
pledges. They're a great bunch of girls and have many new and exciting ideas to contribute to ZETA. 
Our great Pres. MaryAnn Mcnamara has been busy keeping the sorority organized and reinforcing the 
ideals for which we strive: individuality, friendship, and most of all, love. By the way MaryAnn, have 
you had any more orange juice and appendicitis attacks? Stanback has been "Nickpicking" her way 
through student teaching. Myra, are you really engaged to a cop?? When not delivering a pizza, Susan 
has been delivering to David. Suzette's been digging on Eli Willy and has been at the Monastery this 
year. Nan flew in "Flight to the Top". Kendalle, do you still have your crabs? When Mary wasn't 
"Yoning", she was being mother to 21 girls. Ginger has taken up residence at the Cloisters. Borstell, 
where were you when the sorority picture was being taken? Kilogram, are you still spermine around? 
Jackie has gotten her masters in Martinology. Jane, alias Sizzle, has been "Tinkling along and writing 
checks". Jenny B., why have you been spending so much time at the Kendall Center? Cindy got 
hooked up on "Slippery Rock". Nancy loves High Point's own Sylvester Stallone. Jenny R., did you 
ever make it to Atlanta? Mylene has become Zeta's own Sea Nymph. Wendy went through the year 
"Skipping" along. Karen has spent many hours looking out the window at the "Greenery" in the 
courtyard. Jenny T. spent most of her time ON Old McDonalds farm. Donna is it really true there's 
nowhere else like Troy? Marcy are you still sleeping up on the fourth floor of the library? — by the - 
way how's Foo Foo? Terry says her eyes are red because of her allergies, but we know it's from all 
those dacquiri's. Through it all we all seemed to survive the year providing again the love and 
friendship of Zeta Tau Alpha. 



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DELTA SIGS . . . SAILOR'S BALL 




Members include: 1st row; Bryan Richards, Rick Ward, Barry Curry, Charlie Gross, Fred 
Anderson, Bud Frega, Bryan Hoots, William DeGrott, Leon Minka. 2nd row: James Hunt, Ken 
Clair, Jim Steinberg, Jim DeRosa, Mason Harrison, Dave Jackson. 3rd row; Dave Dexter, Kevin 
Jones, Kevin Gudzak, Mike Stalteri, Dave Gladden, Denny Failing, Bill Schmid, Wayne 
Benjamin. 4th row; Mark Abbott, Mark Joram, Jeff Burrell, Wally Culbreth, Mark Poore, Les 
Hall, Ron Fielding. 



The Delta Sigs sailed 
through another rush 
and once again pledged 
the best rushees around. 
We all enjoyed rush 
which ended with one 
of the best Drags ever, 
with many an old alumni 
coming back. To get the 
year going we had our 
traditional month of 
birthdays and the 
showers were kept busy. 
The big green machine 
rolled through several 
football games. Delta Sig 
Hall Frisbee and soccer 
make their appearances. 
After a year of fun and 
friendship, we once 
again "climax" the year 
with SAILORS BALL 78!! 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 




Alpha Psi Omega and Tower Players put on 
excellent plays throughout the year. 



Members include: 1st row; Myra Faulkner. 2nd row; Mr. A. Lynn 
Lockrow, Miss Nan Stephenson, Jan Kleckner. 3rd row; Tom Cope, Sylvia 
Petrea, Chip Aldridge, Rick Hines, Nanette Falls. 



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ALPHA 
DELTA 
THETA 




Members include: 1st row, Margaret Adcock, Beth King, Cindy Lewellyn, Debbie 
Holcomb, and Gale Wall. 2nd row: Karen Hirschi, Jill Dorsett, Karen Caudle, Linda Steel, 
Patti Briggs, Marilou Morrison, Teresa Martin, Ava House, and Pam Devoe. 



Alpha Delta Theta, a Christian Service 
Sorority, provides an opportunity for self 
enrichment to all girls of HPC who are 
interested in helping others. ADT sisters 
are involved in various projects on the 
campus as well as in the community 
whenever the need arises. This year they 
worked with the Council on Aging and 
the High Point Parks and Recreation's 
program with handicapped children. 
Through Christian fellowship and 
dedicated members, they strive to 
uphold their motto of "Sisters In The 
Service Of God." 




Officers include: Gale Wall, Cindy Lewellyn, Beth King, and Annette 
Johnson. 



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INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 



pviemoers inciuae: 1st row — Jorge Lagueruela, Denny Failing, and Dave Olson; 2nd row 
Wally Culbreth, Norris Woody, Ray Hall, Bill McDonald, and Todd Miller. 




Members include: 1st row — Myra Faulkenberry, Ellen Carmine, Donna Welsh, and 
Nancee Heins; 2nd row — Jennifer Bull, Pat Frey, Debbie Russell, Sara Amos, and 
Donna Lyman. 



PAN-HELLENIC 
COUNCIL 



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AMERICAN 
HUMANICS 

The American Humanics 
Student Association at High 
Point is made up of all 
students in the Human 
Relations/Youth Agency 
Leadership program. 

Through its elected officers 
and various committees it 
becomes a working 
laboratory experience in the 
methods used most 
commonly to adminster the 
nation's great volunteer 
youth agencies. 



Below — Officers include: Lynn 
Smith, Karen Silverthorne, Fred 
Patterson, Tim Harper, Dana 
Merryday. 




Members include: 1st row; Tammy Allen, Kathy Crane, Tim Harper, Robert Gillis, Frank Whalin. 
2nd row; Kipper Tabb, Terry Limbo, Mary Carter, Marianne Phillips, Julie Campbell, Holly 
Waye, Tina Lynch, Cliftemma Allen, Fred Patterson. 3rd row; Bob Duarte, Mike Wallace, David 
Frisbee, Danny Ingram, Ed Grandpre, Jocelyn Hart, Judy Harris, Donna Eisenaugle. 4th row; Bob 
Eliason, Mark Nissen, Buddy Hoofnagle, Hal Sutton, David Byrd, Sam Dalton, Jerry Jones, Ann 
Wheeless, Denise Brummit, Ed Mullis. 5th row; Terry Dunn, Mark Mclntyre, Ken Swanson, 
Dana Merryday, Joey Hancock, Ken Keiser, Mr. Earnest Price, Jr. 





Above — Mr. Earnest Price shows great interest at Cheerio. 



Left — Camp Cheerio provides excellent ground for volleyballers. 



SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF 
MANAGEMENT 




The Society for the 
Advancement of Management 
(SAM) is designed to help 
students have insight to the day 
to day activities in the business 
world. 

Our chapter is one of 200 clubs 
chartered in leading colleges in 
the United States. S.A.M. is open 
to all students regardless of their 
major. Being a member includes 
involvement in activities such as 
tours, speakers, money-making 
projects and socials. 



SAM members include: Malt Dunton, Tom Fitzmaurice, )erry Younts, Wendy Bowman, 
Randy Larzelere, Howard Spainhour, Judy Ingram, Michael Vitamvas. 



DAY STUDENT ORGANIZATION 




Members include: 1st row; Mr. David Christovich. 2nd row; Tommy Gray, Al Seymour, Rhonda 
Banther, Leslie Cockman, )udy Ingram, Dawn McElrath. 3rd row; Teresa Coins, Bruce Cobb, Michael 
Pearce, Chris Seibert, Lynn Cobb, Judy Brown, Kathy Harrill, Patricia Edmonds. 4th row; Bill Kinley, 
)oey Davis, Mike Griffin, Kevin Wilson, Terri Marshall. 



The Day Students 
Organization, now in its 
second year on campus, 
extends membership to 
any college student who 
does not live on campus. 
The organization 
proceeds to inform these 
students of campus 
activities as well as 
participate in their own 
events. DSO meets every 
Wednesday at 11:00 in 
the lobby of the Student 
Center. 

This year the day 
students sponsored a 
Halloween Haunted 
House with the proceeds 
going to the United 
Way. Other events this 
year included the 
Christmas mixer and the 
Spring yard sale. 




Hi 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS 




Members include: 1st row, left to right; Debra Weber, Robin Slate, Wilma Moran, Patti 
Wooten, Mike Wallace, Susie Galup. 2nd row; Roxanne Crouse, Sharon Kaler, Paula Prillman, 
Barbara Waterman, Leslie Cockman, Donna Johnson. 3rd row; Bernard Christian, Gerald Culler, 
Rick Martin, Tom Trice, Linda Cottrell, Jean Richardson, Cathy Neblett, Vicki McLean, Marie 
Riley, Rich Killoran. 4th row; Danny Anderson, Rick Proctor, Laura Billings, Jeff Burrell, Mel 
Malhler. 5th row; Pam Henline, Sylvia Chambers, Wendy Saintsing, Ethel White, Bob Hovey. 




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FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES 




Members include: 1st row, left to right; Rev. Bob Lowdermilk, Roxanne Crouse, Robin 
Eisenbrey, Sharon Kaler. 2nd row; John Hallis, Mary Carter, Lisa Mickey, Paula Prillman, 
Linda Ensey, Debra Weber, Wilma Moran, Dee Ann Clapp. 



PHOENIX 




The Phoenix English Club is an 
organization of all persons 
interested in English — writing or 
literature. We have meetings to talk 
with other English majors and 
professors and to discuss our own 
writings. Each fall the club sponsors 
the Phoenix Literary Festival in 
which a well-known writer speaks 
and workshops are performed. The 
club seeks to help students become 
involved in literary activities. 

President — Angelyn Marlette 
Vice-President — Cappy Probert 
Secretary — Caryn Reinhart 



Members include; left to right; Teresa Martin, Ruth Oliphant, Caryl Porte, 
Tammy Hodges, Mrs. Emily Sullivan, Pat Niven, Angie Marlette, Caryn Reinhart. 






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FELLOWSHIP TEAMS 




Members include: 1st row; Bill Reisenweaver. 2nd row; Teresa Martin, Wendy Stewart, Linda Steele, Gale Wall, Mike Vitamvas, 
Denna Holland. 3rd row; Pam Smith, Sybil Richardson, Donnie Everhart, Cindy Lewellyn, Malon Baucom, Leslie Cockman, 
Karen Hirschi, Robert Hicks, Arthur Holland. 4th row; Mark Snyder, Alan Dorsett, Ann Clisson, Beth King, Patti Briggs, Mark 
Mclntyre, Debbie Holcomb, Becky Albright. 



Fellowship Teams is an organization 
composed of college students who are 
concerned and interested in church youth 
groups. Each Thursday night during the 
semester, members of Fellowship Teams gather 
together to plan and participate in work-shops. 
Each workshop is designed to inform and 
prepare participants to work with youth groups 
in retreat or weekend settings. Fellowship 
Teams not only gives each member an 
opportunity to work with a youth group but it 
also gives all involved a chance to grow 
spiritually and to serve God and fellow man. 



Bill Reisenweaver — President 

Ann Clisson — Secretary 

Mike Vitamvas — Treasurer/Resource Chairman 

Sybil Richardson and Gale Wall — Program Chairmen 

Beth King — Music Chairman 






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TOWER PLAYERS 




Tower Players presented CALIGULA in the fall Members include: 1st row; Mr. David Christovich, Mark Norwine, Rick Hines, Chip 
production. Aldridge, Tom Vails, Myra Faulkner, Tom Cope, Valeria Gramby. 2nd row; Melissa Patton, 

Zak Taylor, Jan Kleckner, Nan Stevenson, Douglas Hall, Mary Lou Morrison, Robin 
Henson, Katie Brennan. 3rd row; Mr. A. Lynn Lockrow, Forrest Williard III, Glenn 
Richards, Pattie Birmingham, Karen Green. 

STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 



The Student National Education 
Association consists of High Point 
College students who are 
interested in the teaching 
profession. The members meet 
once a month. Programs are 
provided by guest speakers who 
are experienced in the many 
different aspects of education. 
This organization participates in 
local cluster meetings and an 
annual state convention. 




Members include: 1st row; Susan Perkins, Charles Hatley, Ann Newsome, Kim Freeman, 
Carol Neary, )udy Ashe, Sue Jeno, Cathy Shaw, Toni Alonso, Sharon Stanback, Rhonda 
Banther, Jill Dorsett. 2nd row; Cynthia Burns, Dr. J. Allen Thacker — Sponser. 3rd row; 
Angie Marlette, Karen Sellers, Lynette Rickard, Kathy Creed, Beth Cartwright, Karen 
Thrailkill, Patricia Burns, Lynn Krause, Joanne Ellis, Patty Rusenko, Sherry Leonard, Cindy 
Gates, Sue Woods, Pat Niven, Kim Hartman, Elaine Johnson, Kathy Parce, Sylvia Petrea. 



11/ 



WWIH, RADIO STATION 
SIGNS ON THE AIR. 



The final transmitter and equipment tests were made 
and programming set, and then along came the first 
broadcast. This year marked an end to the approximate 
twelve years of effort to obtain a campus radio station. 





The FM-10ET that broadcasts for HPC. Listen on 90.5 on your General Manager of the radio station, Jeff Nesbitt, 
FM dial. works on a piece of construction earlier this year. 

Much of the equipment was 
bought with funds from the 
SGA; yet, donations from 
businesses in the High Point 
area proved valuable. Officers 
include: Jeff Nesbitt General 
Manager; Bill Carry, Business 
Manager; Mary Wyatt, 
Production Manager; and Karen 
Green, Programming Manager. 

WWIH is an educational 
station and its control room 
and antennae are located at the 
top of Robert's Hall 




Members include: left to right; Jeff Nesbitt, Bill Carry, Vinnie Espana, and Mike 
Wallace. 




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JUDICIARY 




Members include: 1st row — Chip Aldridge, Steve Bisbing, Matt Dunton, and Jan 
Dunkelberger; 2nd row — Lt. Walton. 



LEGISLATURE IN THE YEAR 77-78 




Members include: 1st row — Christie Carroll, Secretary; Norris Woody, Speaker; Andy Wubbenhorst, 
Speaker Pro-tern; and Steve Moss, Parliamentarian; 2nd row — Donna Fiorvanti, Sherri Jones, Sara 
Amos, Chris Ware, Adrienne Smith, and Donna Adams; 3rd row — Fred Patterson, Caryn Reinhart, Tom 
Gray, Perry Macheras, Sharon Billings, Jackie Swing, Ellen Carmine, Mike Showalter, Tammy Garrison, 
and Jorge Lagueruela; 4th row — Allen Carter, Jim Van Horn, Bruce Berrier, Mark Poore, Jackie 
Hendrix, Keith Chance and Dr. Murphy Osborne. 




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Allen Carter — President 



James Van Horn — Vice-President 



STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 




Kathy Groom — Secretary 



Norris Woody — Speaker of Legislature 



Right: Bruce Berrier — Attorney 

General 

Far right: Sherri Jones — Treasurer 




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STUDENT UNION 




Members include: 1st row; Chris Ware, Rhonda Banther, Dick Cook, Valeria Gramby, Brian Anderson. 2nd 
row; Mike Stallteri, Les Hall, Mark Poore, Kevin Cudzak, Peggy Pesce, Sharon Sullivan. 3rd row; Claire Cupp, 
Caryn Reinhart, Jenny Bull, Robert Hicks, Pam Skelly, Tim Taylor, Ron Byrne, David Flory, Martin Slater, Jeff 
Nelson, Kathy Conally, Pam Aiken, Tom Burke, Mary Steward Beard, Wally Culberth, Jim Vinsett, Majd 
Kheyat, Mark Joram, Mike Showalter, Tammy Garrison, Gary Howell, Bill Schmidt, Mike Wallace, Kipper 
Tabb, Sharon Manns, Jessica Green, Norris Woody, Marcy Randall, Mark Nisson, Bill T' Shop. 




The Student Union Executive Council includes: 1st row; Jackie Swing, Business Manager; Claire 
Cupp Recreation; Dick Cook, Concerts; Rhonda Banther, Secretary; Mark Joram, Movies and 
Lectures 2nd row; Brian Anderson, Coffeehouse; Robert Hicks, Information - Resource 
Chairman; Martin Slater, Dance; Gary Howell, Publicity; Chris Ware, Chairman; Mark Poore, 
Student Legislator; Tom Burke, Advisor. 




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ALPHA 
CHI 




Members include: 1st row — Dr. James Stitt, Dale Williams, Angie Marlette, Sybil Richardson, 
Andy Wubbenhorsl, Ken Gibson, Mr. William Cope, and Dr. )ohn Ward, )r.; 2nd row — Margaret 
Adcock, Kathy Avery, Christie Carroll, Jill Dorsett, Sandy Grim, Judy Ashe, and Gary Deal; 3rd row 
— Myra Faulkenberry, Pam Pavco, Donna Welsh, and Debra Ward. 



Alpha Chi Honor Society is a co- 
educational society whose members 
are juniors and seniors of good 
character who rank at least in the 
upper tenth of their classes. Its 
purpose is to promote academic 
excellence and exemplary character 
among college and university students 
and to honor those achieving such 
distinction. The club sponsors activities 
such as a graduate school day, a tutor 
system, lectures, a banquet for 
freshman with the high CPA's for first 
semester's work, social activities, and 
service projects. The new chapter was 
formed this year with formal initiation 
and induction of members. 




The officers include: 1st row — Andy Wubbenhorst, Treasurer; Dr. James Stitt, 
Sponsor; and Dale Williams, Delegate; 2nd row; — Sybil Richardson, President; 
Mr. William Cope, Sponsor; Dr. John Ward, Jr., Sponsor; and Angelyn 
Marlette, Secretary; 3rd row — Ken Gibson, Vice-President. 



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ZENITH 




Members include: 1st row, left to right; Caryn Reinhart, Jennifer Raper, Wanda Cahall, Susan Foreman. 
2nd row; Laurie Weinberger, Kathy Covert, Michelle Boyce, Randy Callahan, Debbie Holcomb. 



HI-PO 




Hi-Po Members include: Row one — Debbie Dorland, Mike Wallace, and Phyllis Griffin; 
Row two — Debbi Johnson, Scott Hance, and Kathy Covert; Row three — Steve Bisbing, 
Jan Dunkelberger, Colleen Blackney, Susan Gaines, Michelle Boyce, Dave Bobbit, Robin 
Henson, Roger Robertson, Robyn Marley, Arnold Hendrix, and Ed Grandpre'. 



For the academic year of 1977-78, the 
Hi-Po began under the direction of co- 
editors, Dave Bobbit and Arnold Hen- 
drix. The paper began the year with a 
new slogan, "working for a better in- 
formed campus." After the first four is- 
sues, it was decided to have the paper 
published bi-weekly. In doing so, a large 
part of the financial strain was eliminated 
and the quality of the paper improved. 
Campus coverage became more in- 
depth with interviews with Pres. Patton 
and other administrators, and through 
other features such as the "pro-con edi- 
torials." Mush of the credit for the im- 
provements goes to the staff which dou- 
bled since last year. The staff included 
Assoc. Editor Robin Marley, Sports Edi- 
tor Steve Bisbing, Business Manager 
Donald Bowles, Photographers Debbie 
Dorland and Debbie Johnson, and Writ- 
ers and Layout Assistants Robin Henson, 
Nancy Reichle, Dan Darden, Colleen 
Blackney, Skip Harris, Scott Hance, Lisa 
Mickey, Robert Gillis, Robert Hoke, Ed 
Grandpre', Jan Dunkelberger, Mike Wal- 
lace, Kathy Covert, Susan Gaines, Phyllis 
Griffin, Linda Thompson, Nan Lytton, 
and Michelle Boyce. 



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Robyn proofs a layout. 



Ugh! HiPo members work on correcting ropy. 





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