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"One generation passeth away, and another 
generation cometh, but the Earth abideth torever. The 
sun also riseth, and the sun goeth down, and hasteth 
to this place where he arose. " 

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ZENITH 
High Point College 

Volume LIV 




President 

Patton 
Speaks . . . 



As I extend greetings and best wishes to the 
graduating class and as you enter the decade of 
the 1980's, I quote from Martin Luther who said, 
"The human heart is like a millstone in a mill. 
When you put wheat into it, it turns and grinds 
the wheat to flour. If you put no wheat into it, it 
still grinds on but then 'tis itself it grinds against 
and wears away." 

It is our hope and our prayers that your 
experience at High Point College has provided 
the wheat for the mill of your life and that you 
will draw from these experiences as long as you 
live. Even though no one can predict what the 
coming decade holds for us, we do know that it 
will be an exciting adventure — a journey and not 
a destination! If you are not equipped for this 
journey, we have failed. 

You must first scale the mountain if you would 
view the plain — so begin now to scale your 
mountain. May God Bless You! 

Wendell Patton 



Dr. Patlon and Dean Cole alter a (acuity meeting. 




i A Long Awaited 
Reward 




Top Left: Ted Cleary (lexes for a weekend. 
Above: High Point College student lounges 
outside Belk Dorm. 



Top Right: Cindy Burbage catches forty 
winks during her Communications Lab time. 
Bottom Right: Kornhead muses on the 
Panthers' struggles for victory. 




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ROLLER ACTION 

MARDI CRAS HIGH POINT STYLE 




MOUNTAIN MEAN? 

B & C FRIED APPLE PIE BAND 



Homecoming — Nancy, A Queen 







Homecoming 1980 was a mixture of floats, 
banners, good times, alumni, a parade, queens 
and snow! 

February 8 brought the traditional 
Homecoming Dance held at the Village Green 
in Greensboro. 

Saturday, February 9 brought snow and a 
victory for High Point Panthers as they defeated 
the Catawba Indians. Due to the snow storm, 
the Homecoming Court was presented on 
February 12. Nancy Houlberg was crowned 
queen. Janell Welsh was first runner-up and 
Debbie Baunchalk received second runner-up. 

Homecoming Parade was held February 17 
where the floats were judged. The Black 
Unification Movement float took first place 
with the Lambda Chi Alpha Float placing 
second. 

Even though the weekend was disrupted by 
the snow storm, the activities turned out alright 
and we shall long remember the 1980 
Homecoming . . . 






Nancy Houlberg 

Sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha 






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Janell Welsh 

Sponsored by the Sophomore Class 



Debbie Baunchalk 
Sponsored by Pi Kappa Alpha 



Homecoming Brought Smiles 
Old Friends 

And Good Times 




Top 1. Gary and Heidi dance the 
night away 

2. Dancing takes much con- 
centration as exemplified 
by |immy Purcell. 



Middle 3. Vanda and Steve take a 
break. 

Middle 4. "What's that step again?" 
Glen Jones asks his date. 

Bottom 5. Alumni Wendy Monagus 
and Donald Bowles get 
caught in the mood. 





Janet Spaulding — Secretary 
French Bolen — President 
Mike Taylor — Vice President 
Jill Beam — Treasurer 








Donna Ann Adams 
B.A. Social Studies 



Winnie Lynn Adkins 
B.S. Biology 





Chip Aldridge 

B.S. Trans-Disciplinary 



Danny Anderson 

B.S. Physical Education 



Children Of Yesterday 




Rhonda Lynn Banther 
B.A. Education 




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Bob Clegg 
B.S. Biology 



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Sharon Ann Billings 

B.A. History and Political Science 






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Greg Clark 
B.A. English 




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Lynne Thea Cobb 
B.A. Art 



Kathryn J. Connelly 
B.S. Biology Pre-Med 



Heirs Of Tomorrow 








Betty lean Cornatzer 
B.S. Accounting 



Kimberly Kay Cox 
B.A. Human Relations 








Roxanna Leigh Oouse 
B.S. Physical Education 



Leslie Davis 

B.A. Communications 





lames Scott DeRosa 

B.S. Business Administration 



David ). Douglas 

B.A. Behavioral Science 



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Masters Of Destiny Are We . . . 




Henry Ray Duckett 
B.A. Art Education 



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Terry L. Gardella 
B.A. Communications 






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Donna Maria Fiorvanti 

B.S. Business Administration 




David Allen Gladden 
B.S. Political Science 







Phyllis D. Griffin 
B.A. Communications 



James Donald Groseclose, Jr. 
B.A. History and Political Science 



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Destinies That Make Us 




Donna Day Gutshall 

B.A. Early Childhood Education 



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Douglas Hall 
B.A. English 




|ohn Charles Hallis 
B.A. Communications 



David Sumner Hardison 
B.S. Physical Education 




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locelyn Kahn Hart 
B.A. Human Relations 



Pamela Kay Henline 
B.S. Physical Education 



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Brothers As We Walk 





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Marianne Hickman Smith 
B.A. Christian Education 



Charles Webster Hill 

B.S. Business Administration 





Susan Kayvon Hill 

B.S. Business Administration 



Robert C. Hovey 
B.S. Recreation 





Penny Johnston 

B.S. Business Administration 



Kevin lones 

B.S. Business Administration 



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Life's Path Together. 




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Suzanne Karppinen 
B.A. Communications 



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Carol Ann Labosky 
B.S. Mathematics 





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Barbara Lyles 

B.S. Business Administralion 



Charles Tracy Lyons 
B.S. Physical Education 




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Mary Lyons 
B.A. Art 



Robert Daniel Mclver 

B.S. Business Administration 



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Fame, Fortune And Love 





Mary Kathryn Macomber 
B.S. Business Administration 



Teresa Lynn Martin 
B.A. English 





Edythe M. Mentesana 
B.A. Communications 



Blaise Miller, III 

B.S. Business Administration 





Karen Monroe 

B.S. Business Administration 



Larry Morris 

B.S. Physical Education 



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On Our Footsteps Wait. 





Carolyn Murphy 

B.S. Business Administration 



Elizabeth Christian Needham 
B.A. Art 








Craig Neild 

B.A. Business Administration 






Mark Norwine 
B.A. Theatre 



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Therese Marie Nowak 
B.A. Communications 



David L. Olson 

B.S. Chemistry, Business Administration 



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We Know That 





Melissa Lee Patton 
B.A. Theatre 



George A. Phillips 

B.A. Business Administration 





Phillip C. Ponder 

B.S. History and Political Science 



loseph C. Prestwood 

B.S. Business Administration 





)an Lee Reid 

B.S. Business Administration 



lohnny Allen Roberts 

B.S. Business Administration 



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We Shall Not Pass 





Walter ). Roe 
B.S. Accounting 



John Gilbert Roland, Jr. 
B.A. Psychology 







Deborah L. Russell 
B.A. Human Relations 





Debbie M. Saie 

B.S. Physical Education 



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Mitchell M. Sears 
B.S. Biology 



Cynthia L. Sink 

B.S. Business Administration 



This Way Again, Therefore 





Robin Sue Slate 

B.S. Physical Education 



Donna Susan Smith 
B.S. Physical Education 




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Janet Marie Spaulding 
B.A. Communications 



Susan Louise Spaulding 
B.A. Communications 





Cathy Steinheimer 
B.A. Art 



Stephen T. Stultz 

B.S. Business Administration 



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Let Us Seek, Ponder 



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Karen Thrailk ill 

B.A. Business Education 



Jenny D. Tucker 

B.S. Business Administration 








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Michael James Taylor 

B.A. Business Administration 



Mark Walling 

B.S. Accounting and Spanish 








Marybeth Weber 
B.S. Biology 



Raymond V. Wilhoit 

B.A. Business Administration 



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Alyson Jeanne Wilk 

B.S. Physical Education and Health 



Vicki S. Williams 

B.S. Physical Education 





Ginny A. Williams 
B.A. English 



Ward Ames Wilson, III 
B.S. Natural Science 




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Jacqueline Womack 

B.A. History and Political Science 




Donna Lynn Wright 

B.A. Intermediate Education 



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Aspire And . . . Dream That 





Lisa Ann York 

B.A. Special Education 



Sharlia Kathryn York 

B.A. Elementary Education 




Cheryl Ann Younts 
B.A. Special Education 











William J. Yow, ]r. 
B.A. Religion 




Left: Suzanne Beatty 
B.S. Business Administration 
Right: Maryanne Pisano 
B.S. Biology 




Left: William Ross King 
B.A. History and Political Science 
Right: William B. Reisenweaver 
B.S. Human Relations 



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Departing, We May Leave 





Diane Bednarcik 

A.B. Political Science 

Mark Kevin Joram 

B.S. Business Administration 



Left: Marc Joseph Dupont 
B.S. Accounting 
Right: Thomas Edward Trice 
B.A. Physical Education 





William N. Price 
B.S. Accounting 
Sara St. Thomas 
B.A. English 



Left: Mark Harrison Poore 
B.S. Accounting 
Right: William K. Booth 
B.S. Business Administration 




Left: Timothy Bailey 

B.S. Accounting 

Right: Daryl E. Garner 

B.S. Business Administration 




Left: Mike Rogers 
A.B. Human Relations 
Right: French R. Bolen 
B.S. Business Administration 



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Footprints On The Sands Of Time 





Left: Mylene Fisher 
8. A. Behavioral Science 
Right: Najd M. Khayyat 
B.A. Behavioral Science 



Left: (ill Ann Beam 

B.S. Business Administration 

Center: Sabrina Pearson 

B.S. Business Administration 

Right: Char-Lee Venuto 

B.A. Early Childhood Education 




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Left: Natalie Arnita Harris 
B.A. Art Education 
Center: Marcella V. Randall 
B.A. Special Education 
Right: Sharon E. Manns 
B.A. Special Education 




Left: William DeGroot 

B.S. Chemistry 

Center: Bud Frega 

B.S. Business Administration 

Right: lames Brunner Hunt 

B.A. Business Administration 




Left: Vickie Lee McLean 

B.S. Physical Education 

Left Center: Kimberly Anne Hall 

B.S. Physical Education 

Right Center: Sylvia Chambers 

B.S. Physical Education 

Right: Marie Riley 

B.S. Physical Education 



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Steven Wayne Asbury Stephen Kent Barney 

B.S. Business Administration B.S. Accounting 



Derry Ray Barnhardt, Jr. 
B.S. Accounting 



Elizabeth Ann Boone 
A.B. Psychology 




Donna Layne Brown 
B.S. Physical Education 



Samuel L. Casley 
B.S. Biology 



Kathy Green Cline Kimberly Boswell Craver 

B.S. Mathematics Education B.A. Intermediate Education 





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Kathy Davis 
B.S. Biology 



Mark H. Davis 

B.S. Business Administration 



)anice E. Dunkelberger 
B.S. Medical Technology 



Catherine Sykes Everhart 
B.A. Early Childhood 
Education 





John O. Callman Steven Farlow Garner 

B.S. Business Administration B.S. Biology 



Deborah Holcomb 

B.S. Chemistry — Pre-Med. 



Woodford McDowell 

Garrigus III 

B.S. Chemistry — Business 



Robin Lorrie Grey 
B.S. Sociology 






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Steven Malcomb Hill Tamara Sue Hodges 

B.S. Accounting & Business B.A. English 

Administration 








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Hans Christian Hohnhold Allahyar Eslam Khajuand 

B.A. Business Administration B.S. Biology 





Elizabeth A. King 
A.B. Early Childhood 
Education 




Gregory W. Norris 

B.S. Business Administration 



Phillip ). Parrish 

B.S. Biology & Phys. Ed. 



Frederick A. Patterson 
B.A. Human Relations 




Gurnie Winfred Pendry |r. 
B.A. Sociology 



Frederick Persing 

B.A. Behavioral Science 



Susan Ann Pooley 
B.A. Human Relations 



Albert Hondley Seymour 
B.S. Biology 




Wendy Sue Stewart 
B.A. Christian Ed. 




Janice S. Sutphin David N. Teahan 

B.S. Accounting & Business B.S. Accounting 
Administration 




George William Wolfe 

B.S. Business Administration 



The Golden Gopher ot High Point 

College 

Edythe Mentesana, WWIH Radio 

Station 



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David Lawrence Bobbin 
B.S. Business Administration 














Michelle K. Borland 
B.A. Elementary Education 





Michael C. Bradley 
B.S. Biology/Political Science 



Cindy )ane Briggs 
B.A. Communications 





Laura Burdette 
B.S. Sociology/Psychology 



Susan J. Burditt 
B.S. Biology 





Patricia Burns 
B.A. Special Education 



Linda L. Cain 
B.A. English 





John Robert Caldwell 
B.A. Business Administration 



Ellen Leslie Carmine 
B.S. Business Administration 




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Larry Eugene Chilton 
B.A. Political Science 




Ed Mullis, judiciary 

Laurie Hoover, Secretary 

Tammy Garrison, Treasurer 

Keith Chance, Vice President 



Carol Amundson '81 

Sandra I Ba< on '81 

Tena Barney '81 

Colleen Blackney '81 



Jerry Keith Blackwell '81 

Michelle Boyce '81 

Robert Lee Brownlow '81 

Cindy Burbage '81 










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Steven Burton '81 
Karen Caudle '81 
Keith Chance '81 
Susanna Claar '81 



Vickie Cockerham '81 
Kathy L. Covert '81 
Katherine S. Crane '81 
Barry Kevin Curry '81 



Dan Darden '81 
Kim Dorsctt '81 
Jimmy Pureed '81 
Regina Kelley Eckart '81 



Vince Espada '81 
Sherri L. Fleshman '81 
David Flory '81 
Gina Gaines '81 



Robert Gates '81 

Valeria Gramby '81 

Karen M. Graupensperger '81 

Millie Greene '81 



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Robert Harley '81 

Rusty Hawes '81 

Jackie Graham Hendrix '81 

Robin Henson '81 



Stephanie Higgins 

Roddie Hobbs 

Laurie M. Hoover 

Ava L. House 


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Elaine Johnson 

Stan Johnson 

Sharon A. Kaler 

Anne Keiser 


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Dana Ketchum '81 

Tina Lynch '81 

Susan Nanette Lytton '81 

Gina L. Marlette '81 



Renee Mauka '81 

Betty G. Maynor '81 

Patsy McEnery '81 

Laura McLean '81 



Ralph McMurray '81 

Rita McNeely '81 

Alisa (Lisa) Mickey '81 

Tom Miller '81 




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Kristi Mills '81 
Michael E. Moran '81 
Sara Nau '81 
Kathy Neblett '81 




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Jean Small '81 
Ellen M. Smith '81 
Linda K. Steele '81 
Mark ). Snyder '81 



Kenneth Swanson '81 

Tracy Layne Taylor '81 

Monica Traini '81 

Diana Thomas '81 



Linda Thompson '81 

Patricia Lynn Thompson '81 

Susan Elaine Wall '81 

lane Walsh '81 



lohn H. Walters '81 

Lynn Warlick '81 

Timothy C. Wheatley '81 

Ann Wheeless '81 



Teresa Gail Williams '81 

Vicky Williams '81 

lames Wolfe '81 

Dave Worland '81 







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Nancy Houlberg, Legislature 

Patty Forbes, Legislature 

Brian Christian, Legislature 

Jan Harrison, Vice President 

Karen Magill, President 



Ralph P. Barnes '82 

Debbie Baunchalk '82 

Deborah Beane '82 

Cyndi Bingham '82 



Bettie L. Bolen '82 

Debbie Bouldin '82 

Paul D. Boyles '82 

George T. Brandt '82 




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Elizabeth Brock '82 
lames Michael Byrd '82 
April J. Callahan '82 
Brian D. Campbell '82 



Betsy Canupp '82 
Marcus Carter '82 
Lisa Cecil '82 
Larry Corson '82 



Karen L. Craver '82 
Ray W. Daniel '82 
Kim Darden '82 
Bev Darr '82 



Leslie Anne Delderfield '82 
Sandra L. Doub '82 
David |. Eckart '82 
Cherri Fletcher '82 



Lori A. Forman '82 
Patty Fortus '82 
Renee Cobel '82 
Sheila C. Gore '82 



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Timothy L. Cray '82 

Katherine E. Hanson '82 

Thomas E. Harlan '82 

Jan Harrison '82 



Micheal Hennis '82 

Delberl Hickman '82 

Cheryl Holmes '82 

Nancy J. Houlberg '82 



Lamar C. Howell '82 

Rick Hughes '82 

Susan W. Ingram '82 

Lauren Jackson '82 



Deborah A. Jones '82 

Michael Jones '82 

Jay Timothy Juven '82 

Nancy Kear '82 



H. Scott Killian '82 

Jeffrey A. Koehler '82 

Anne Marie Ludwigson '82 

Sharon Kay Litchford '82 



Susan Luppino '82 

Page McNees '82 

Karen Magill '82 

Mark Messick '82 




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Craig Messner '82 
Roxann Moody '82 
Karla A. Morrison '82 
Robert A. Moss '82 



Kevin O'Connell '82 
Warren Neal Owens '82 
Anthony Parrish '82 
Karen S. Patterson '82 



Monique Peyser '82 
Anthony O. Piatt '82 
Dawn Jeannette Poole '82 
Ray Marcus Quick '82 



Patricia A. Reavis '82 
Thomas Reddeck '82 
Ron Rogers '82 
Rebecca G. Royal '82 



Diana Scottan '82 
Lena B. Scriven '82 
Teresa C. Sellers '82 
Kathy Shields '82 



Sandra Suzanne Smith '82 
Daniel Spainhour '82 



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H. Dean Sleelman '82 

Beth Surtatt '82 

Audrey Leigh Tester '82 

Leroy Tillery '82 



Nell Torain '82 

Dennis R. Tuttle '82 

Linda Tyler '82 

Kim Vaughn '82 



Martha Vink '82 

Alisa Ann Walker '82 

Vanda Watkins '82 

Kim Wall '82 



Gail B. Wehner '82 

lanneli Welsh '82 

Catherine C. Wilhoit '82 

Kenneth DeLee Williams '82 



Donna M. Wilson '82 

Kathy Wilson '82 

Tara Wine '82 

Tracy Wright '82 




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Tracy Yarborough, President 

Mandy McCuirt, Secretary-Treasurer 

Debbie Hutter, Legislature 



Joanne E. Alston '83 

Allison A. Allairey '83 

Karen Ashley '83 

Vicki Barnes '83 



Eloise Bartell '83 

Michael Bartholomew '83 

Amy Bass '83 

Auburn Bell '83 




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Kitty Bell '83 
Mario R. Benolcazor '83 
Joyce Bacik '83 
Cordon R. Bowen '83 



Foncia A. Bowman '83 
Teresa Brown '83 
Laura M. Canrobert '83 
Louise Canrobert '83 



Brian Caskie '83 
Debbie Chaffe '83 
Sherry ). Cheek '83 
Warren L. Clapp '83 



Carolyn Caggiano '83 
Claire M. Carruthers '83 
William D. Costella '83 
Kevin Cowan '83 



Corrine Cuba '83 
Roger L. Dameron '83 
limmy L. Davis '83 
Sally E. Davis '83 



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Ken Douglas '83 

Sharon L. Dukes '83 

Rachel Eldridge '83 

Vicki Entsminger '83 



Cynthia M. Fenyak '83 

Josh Fowler '83 

Alexander W. Fox '83 

Gregory Fox '83 



Keith Fraley '83 

Robert Garrison '83 

Pete Gibson '83 

Suzy Giddens '83 



Dana B. Gilbert '83 

Andrew J. Grabis |r. '83 

)ane E. Greenleaf '83 

Pamela Lynn George '83 



Janet L. Grocki '83 
Carol Hanna '83 
Eric Hanson '83 

Sharon Harper '83 



Lillia S. Harris '83 

Mary Hina '83 

John Van Horn '83 

Gloria A. Howard '83 




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Mary Vonell Hunter '83 
Yvonne E. Hurley '83 
Debbie Hutter '83 
Carolyn Huzzen '83 



Cheryl Jacobsen '83 
Salla A. |eng '83 
Anthony E. Jenkins '83 
Steve Juzefyk '83 



Mike Keaton '83 
Beverly D. Kerr '83 
Susan Kerr '83 
Greg Lakaszazyk '83 



Barrie Liebler '83 
Mark Lambert '83 
Trey Little '83 
Dee Dee Macdonald '83 



John C. McDonald '83 
Becky McCown '83 
Amanda Lynn McGuirt '83 
Denise Machamer '83 



One of the 'better' times at HPC 



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The Who are No. 1! 



Annelle Santa Maria '83 

Ivette Martinez '83 

Melanie M nard '83 

Roherl A. Mil ree '83 



Craig Mock '83 
Lisa K. Morgan '83 
Sabrina Morris '83 

Beth Myers '83 



Tabbie Nance '83 

leff Norris '83 

lohn Norton '83 

Helen O'Brien '83 



Suzi Olmsted '83 

Deborah C. Osborne '83 

Susan A. Parker '83 

Tana Parker '83 



Edgar F. Pepper, III '83 

Susan Pierce '83 

Susan I. Pierce '83 

Marshall G. Ponder '83 




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Michael Porter '83 
Laura Powell '83 
Artis W. Prillaman '83 
lanet Riley '83 



Nancy ). Robilotta '83 
Carol Rogers '83 
Fran Rooker '83 
Mel Rose '83 



Donna Joanne Rowe '83 
Karen Rudd '83 
Suzanne Ruddock '83 
Waller Sanderson '83 



William P. Seay '83 
Kathleen Schaefer '83 
Donna Seawell '83 
Lisa Setzer '83 



Chan Shaver '83 
Deborah Lynn Shaver '83 
Carolyn Shughrue '83 
Nancy Siersted '83 



Amy L. Smith '83 
Ann Smith '83 
Reid Smith, III '83 
Bob Spangler '83 



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Theresa Spinel '83 
Lisa Ann Spaugh '83 
Susan D. Stevens '83 

Melinda Stone '83 



Lou Ellen Taylor '83 

Valerie E. Tedder '83 

Gideon I. Uke '83 

Mike Vogler '83 



Denise Ward '83 

Marilee Warren '83 

Paul Weidner '83 

Sharon Williams '83 



Tracie Willis '83 

Viveca Wingfield '83 

Nancy Woodward '83 

Teresa Wright '83 



Tammy Lorena Wrye '83 

Art Yates '83 

Tracy Yarbrough '83 

Barbra Yeager '83 




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Soccer — District Finalists 




Team Members include: Mike UTorre, George Nobre, Paul Lessard, Waller Roe, Greg Partridge, Je(f Sloan, Coach 
Mahler, Pepe Perrone, Mike Showalter, Dave Geusch, Ralph Barnes, Larry Morris, Rory Walton, Mark Chesnick, Phil 
Rees, Mario Benalcazar, Mike Moran, Chris Honhold, Scott Tomsie, Jeff Koehler, Ricky Klier, Coach Woody Gibson. 
Not Pictured — Toby Tobin 




Jeff Smith — ready for the play. 



Capt. Walter Roe smashes the ball. 



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Men's Tennis 




Team Members include: Phil Parrish, Griff Thompson, Scott McFarland, Dave Burgess, Jim Holleran, Chris Hohnhold, Tom 
Willoughby. 



Women's Tennis 




Team Members include: Kinta Otterman, Monique Peyser, Kathy Neblett, Vickie Williams, 
Marion Shriver, Second row: Kitty Steele, Helen O'Brien, Carolyn Coggiano. 




Vickie Williams — Ready for the Return. 



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Field Hockey 

Post Season Record; 9-6 










Team members include: Jan Harrison, Allison Wilke, Leann Parkinson, Anne Ludwigson, Lisa Kendall, Second Row: Patty 
Fortus, Mary Hena, Robin Slate, Vicki Williams, Third Row: Stephanie Higgins, Lou Ann Taylor, Sharon Khaler, Kim Hall. 





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Volleyball 



Coach Little discusses tactics. 




Lena Scriven makes a play. 





Team Members include: Lena Scriven, Teresa Holt, Debra Jones, Viveca 
Wingfield, Annette Bowers, Standing: Dee Dee Wardlaw, Coach Nancy 
Little, Vickie McLean, Sylvia Chambers, Marie Riley. 



The High Point College Ladies' Volleyball Team won their 
fifth consecutive Carolinas Conference volleyball 
championship. Leading the flying netters were All-Tourney 
selections (seniors) Marie Riley, a four year all-conference 
veteran and Sylvia Chambers. The lady volleyballers rallied 
for three consecutive matches to trounce Guilford College. 
Another key player for High Point was All-Conference 
Marie Flippin. The team traveled to the state District II 
Playoffs as they have done in the past 3 years. 



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Golf 



Coach Woody Gibson, Larry Corsin, Bob Aydelelte, Craig Mock, Jan Reid, Mike 
Dambrowski, Derrin Dunzweiler, French Bolen, Craig Baldwin, Not pictured: John 
Caldwell, George Phillips. 




French Bolen blasts out of the sandtrap. 



Track 




Team Members include: Dave Flory, Eric Hanson, Second Row: Bob Davidson, Sallye 
Ledford, Ralph Barnes, Charles Dennis, Jeff Norris, Mike Duffy, Don Wilber, Keith Chance. 
Third Row: Brian Campbell, Doug Glenn, Rick Callicutt, John Richardson, Allen McClean, 
Bill McCowan, Brian Caskie. Not Pictured — Tracy Lyons, Jeff Koehler, Dave Gladden, Rod 
Couick, Richard Arning. Right: Track team practices for a meet. 




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Women's Basketball 




Team Members include: Lisa Setzer, Teresa Holt, Roxanne Moody, Elaine Crocker, Second Row: Viveca Wingfield, Pam 
Henline, Vickie McLean, Deborah Jones, Third Row: Coach Little, Sylvia Chambers, Lena Scriven, Marie Riley. 




Coach Little looks on from the Sideline. 
Right: HPC player goes for the rebound. 




Marie Riley receives Carolinas Conference Athlete of the Year Award from 
Commissioner Murphy Osborne. 



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The High Point College Lady Panthers finished 
their Regular Conference season with an 
undefeated record of 7 wins and losses. In 
tournament play the Panthers lost to Lenoir 
Rhyne for the NCAIAW State Championship; 
South Carolina State and Atlantic Christian in the 
Conference Tournament. Injuries and internal 
problems of the team presented the Lady 
Panthers from continuing their reign as the 
national Small College Champions. Unable to 
make the trip to the nationals, the Panthers 
finished fifth in the Regionals. 




Marie Riley tries to get out of a tight spot. 




Lady Panthers run to grab the rebound. 
Right: Lena Scriven shoots for two. 




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Mens Basketball 



Bottom left: ferry Steele looks on with 

intensity 

Bottom right: Bruce Floyd tips the ball. 



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Team Members include: Roger Dameron, 
Mario Watson, Joey Yow, Danny Anderson, 
Johnny McQueen, Second Row: Roosevelt 
Brunson, Robert Boney, Anthony Parrish, 
Bruce Floyd, Kevin Cowan, Third Row: Coach 
Steele, Jeff Anderson, Butch Bowser, Steve 
Wheless, Bob Hovey, Mike Clover. 



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HPC CAGERS TRIED TO MAKE CONFERENCE 
HISTORY THIS YEAR BY BECOMING THE FIRST TEAM 
EVER TO WIN THREE STRAIGHT CONFERENCE TITLES, 
BUT THE PANTHERS FELL TO CATAWBA 10-9 IN THE 
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP. ALL-CONFERENCE 
SELECTION BRUCE FLOYD LED THE PANTHERS TO 
THE NAIA DISTRICT 26 PLAYOFFS WHERE THEY FELL 
TO BELMONT-ABBEY IN THE FIRST ROUND. THE 
TEAM WILL LOSE FOUR SENIORS TO GRADUATION, 
BUT EIGHT PLAYERS WILL RETURN, INCLUDING 
LEADING SCORER AND REBOUNDER FLOYD. THE 
PANTHERS AVERAGED 65.5 POINTS PER GAME THIS 
YEAR, WHILE LIMITING OPPONENTS TO JUST 56.2 
POINTS PER GAME. 



Danny Anderson tries to break through the defense. 



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Cheerleaders 




Greg Norris, Belly Maynor, Natalie Harris, Cynthia Fenyak, Jocelyn Hart, Beth Belk, Sharon Litchford, 
Steph Vukovic, Teri Scarchello, Bettie Bolen (Not pictured: Ion Richardson, Jeff Norris) 




THE CHEERLEADING SQUAD GOT A 
LITTLE ADDED STRENGTH THIS YEAR 
FROM THE ADDITION OF THREE MALE 
CHEERLEADERS. THESE YOUNG MEN 
AND WOMEN INSPIRED SPECTATORS TO 
SHOW THEIR SPIRIT AT PANTHER 
SPORTING EVENTS. 




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Student Government 




The Student Government-Association of High 
Point College is divided into three branches — 
the Executive Council, the Legislature, and the 

Judicial Committee. 

The Executive Council is the coordinating body 

for the other branches. It presents cases of 

violation to the Judiciary Committee, and reviews 

legislation. 

The Legislature acts on proposals brought before 

them. They have Standing Committees that deal 

with issues of special interest. 

The Judicial Committee tries cases of violations of 

regulations, and enforces punishment if guilt is 

determined. 

The SGA is an effective, efficient body. However, 

it takes a strong student interest to keep it that 

way. 



Executive Council — sealed, Millie Greene, Bettie Bolen, Kathy Connelly. 
Standing, )acky Hendrix, Bill Reisenweaver, Mike Showalter, Steve Burton 




Legislature — K. Magill, S. Burton, B. Bolen, M. Showalter, ). Powell, F. Bolen, 
D. Olson, M. Greene, B. Christion, W. Adkins, J. Tucker, T. Martin, N. Houl- 
berg, T. Garrison, L. Preston, ) Hendrix 



Judiciary Committee — 



Anne Bostrom 
Sabrina Morris 
Eddie Mullis 
Phil Ponder — 
Chief Justice 
Nancy Rankin 
Mr. Cope 
Dr. Head 
Dr. Karmel 
Dr. Patterson 



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Student Union 



Bruce Tingle 
Millie Green 
Ginny Williamson 
Tammy Garrison 

Steve Burton 
Nancy Houlberg 
Mike Showalter 
Mark Snyder 

Lori Forman 
Karen Magill 
Laurie Hoover 











STUDENT UNION IS A GROUP OF 
STUDENTS INTERESTED IN MAKING 
LIFE ON CAMPUS A BIT MORE 
LIVEABLE. THESE ENERGETIC 
STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR A 
MAJORITY OF THE SOCIAL EVENTS 
INCLUDING CAMPUS MOVIES, ICE 
CREAM SOCIALS, COFFEE HOUSE'S, 
LECTURES, STUDENT UNION 
DANCES, HOMECOMING PARADE, 
SKI TRIPS, WH'TE WATER RAFTING, 
AND OTHER RECREATIONAL 
EVENTS. 



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Hi-Po 



"Working for a better informed 
campus." This slogan, which belongs to 
High Point College's newspaper, the Hi- 
Po, reflects the dedication of the 
editors and staff. The 1979-80 Hi-Po was 
the best that the college has seen in 
years. 

The excellence of the paper was 
epitomized by the honor of placing 
second overall in a competition 
sponsored by the Columbia Press 
Association. The award was based on 
the Hi-Po's excellence in layout, on the 
spot coverage, and sports. This the first 
press award the Hi-Po has received 
since 1967. 




Society Of Collegiate Journalists 





Lisa Mickey 
President 



Linda Cain 
Vice-President 





The Society for Collegiate Journalists 

reorganized this year. Composed of all 

students interested in responsible 

journalism, it inducted its first class of 

13 full members into the national 

organization by President Lisa Mickey, 

Advisor Dr. DeLeeuw. Membership is 

based on work and interest in the 

campus publications: Hi-Po, Radio 

Station, Zenith, Apogee. 



Scott Hance 
Historian 



Leslie Davis 
Reporter 



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Zenith 




The 1979-1980 Zenith, High Point 

College's annual, has had a long, hard 

climb this year but has finally come out on 

top. Even though it was faced with the 

possibility of cancellation, the Zenith 

pulled through. The Zenith can once again 

be a viable student yearbook with student 

support and help. 



WWIH 



"This is 90.5 FM, WWIH, High Point." 
The familiar sound of the campus 
radio station, WWIH, was music to 
everyone's ears. WWIH was founded 
two years ago as an educational, non- 
commercial station. It is licensed by the 
FCC and the DJ's must have an FCC 
Third Class License to operate from the 
top of Roberts Hall Tower, the location 
of the station. WWIH is trying to work 
its way up from 10 watts to 100 watts by 
next fall, thus increasing its transmission 
radius and its listening audience. 




Mario Watson, Susan Stephens, Sharon Kaler, Lisa Mickey, Stephanie Higgins, Dennis Tuttle, 
Teresa Brown, Sally Davis, Marisa Firpi, Susan Parker, Jilian Peeke, Greg Lukaszczyk, Roger 
Dameron, Ann Wheeless, Scott Hance, Kim Darden, Sharon Litchtord, Monique Peyser, 
Tommy Reddeck, Cindy Roberts, lerry Blackwell 



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Dr. John Moehlmann, Advisor, Apogee 



Ms. Shirley Rawley, Advisor Phoenix Literary 
Festival 



Remnants 

Supported by white linen, 

wine glasses stood drained 

next to four china cups. 

None were alike. 

Each spotted with blood-drop flowers. 

"Coffee?" No thank you. 

I'll just drink wine. 

Scraping spaghetti sauce from the plates, 

the table looked lovely we said. 

Our hostess, playing house. 

And us — playing company. 

Permitted to use the fancy bathroom 

Next to the door that leads to the basement 

Subjectless conversation 

made us thirsty for more wine 

and we drank because the kitchen clock 

called obscenities to us. 

Our hostess said when she was little 

"Her mother used to have parties. 

She was always afraid. 

She was always serving wine." 

Down in the basement 

her mother hung herself. Once. 

No blood left behind. 

Just some odd pieces of china. 



This poem written by Laura 
Whitesel, won first place in the 
Phoenix Litery Festival IX, on 
November 16, 1979. 



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Alpha Delta Theta 




Alpha Delta Theta 

Women planning to enter church-related vocations organized this sorority in 
1945. The guiding principles of Alpha Delta Theta are leadership, friendship, and 
service as sisters in the service of God. 



Alpha Phi Omega 




As America's largest Creek letter fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega crosses all lines of 
other campus organizations including social and honorary fraternities. Dedicated to 
the principles of leadership, friendship, and service, Alpha Phi Omega, National 
Service Fraternity, performs a variety of services to the students, faculty, and com- 
munity. Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed fraternity. 



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Alpha Chi 




The Alpha Chi Honor Society 

Alpha Chi Honor Society was formally char- 
tered during the Spring, 1978 semester. Its 
purpose is to recognize and encourage out- 
standing scholarship on the High Point Col- 
lege campus. Members are selected annually 
from the (unior and Senior classes, and the 
formal induction ceremony is held yearly. 



Sigma Delta Pi 



Kappa Delta Pi 





Diane Essick — President 

Lee Ann Williams — Vice President 

Cynthia Orman — Secretary 

Betty Myers — Treasurer 

Patricia Burns 

Roxanna Crouse 

Donna Gutshall 

Beth King 

Karen Thrailkill 

Vickie Cocherham 

Linda Combs 

Kim Craver 

Julie Curtis 

Alan Dorsett 

Carolyn Elliot 

Don Croseclose 

Charles Harmon 

Rebecca Honeycutt 

Elaine Johnson 

Renee Majka 

Nancy Reichle 

Robin Slate 

Diana Thomas 



Faculty Members: 

Dr. Wendell M. Patton 

Dr. Fred Hill — Advisor 

Mrs. Nancy Shelton — Advisor 

Dr. J. Allen Thacker 

Dr. LB. Pope 

Dr. David Cole 

Dr. John E. Ward 



Order Of The Lighted Lamp 




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Tower Players 




THE TOWER PLAYERS 
OF HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
IS THE DRAMA 
ORGANIZATION ON 
CAMPUS. ANY STUDENTS 
INTERESTED IN THE 
THEATER, WHETHER IT BE 
ACTING, LIGHTING, 
MAKE-UP, STAGE WORK, 
OR ADVERTISING ARE 
ELIGIBLE FOR 
MEMBERSHIP. 



lames Forster, David Douglas, Ken Swanson, Teresa McAllister, Chip Aldridge, Susan Parker, David 

Applelon. 

Anne Keiser, Cindy Briggs, Melissa Patlon, Peggy Pesce, Barb Yeager, Craig Mesner, April Callahan. 

Robin Henson, Art Prillaman, Ed Mullis, Rhonda Carlman. 




ALPHA PS1 OMEGA IS A 
NATIONAL HONORARY 
DRAMATIC FRATERNITY 
WITH HIGH POINT 
COLLEGE HOLDING THE 
UPSILON XI CHAPTER. 
MEMBERS ARE SELECTED 
FROM THOSE STUDENTS 
WHO HAVE ACQUIRED 
AT LEAST 50 ALPHA PSI 
POINTS BY WORKING ON 
ANY ON-CAMPUS 
THEATRICAL ACTIVITY, 
AND ARE CHOSEN ON 
THE BASIS OF 
OUTSTANDING ABILITY 
AND CONTRIBUTION TO 
HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
THEATRE. 



David Douglas, Melissa Patlon, Chip Aldridge, Cindy Briggs, Rhonda Carlman, Robin Henson, 
Eddie Mullis 



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HPC Association of Star Gazers 



American Chemical Society 



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History-Political Science Club 



SNEA 



Society For Advancement Ot Management 




P.E. Majors Club 



Steve Hill — President 

Sharon Kaler — Vice President 

lenny Tucker — Secretary 

|an Reid — Treasurer 

Robert Mclver 

Patty Thompson 

lanis Bently 

Mary Lyles 

George Wolfe 

Mark Walling 

Chris Zieg 

Tammy Garrison 

Tommy Reddeck 

Carolyn Harder 

lanis Sutphin 

)oni Powell 

James Hunt 

Mary Harris 

Randy Wilhoit 

Charles Hill 

Laurie Hoover 

Steve Asbury 

Michael Staley 

Rick Callicutt 

David Garner 

Renee Majka 

Michael Taylor 

Rita McNeely 

Betty Cornatzer 

David Burgess 

Penny lohnston 



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Day Students 



Black Unification 



Day Student Organization 



The Day Student Organization's purpose is to promote campus involve- 
ment and provide leadership opportunities tor day students. All day stu- 
dents are encouraged to join. 



Inter-Varsity 






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Baptist Student Union 






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High Point College 
Singers 



Ann Bullard 
Dan Darden 
Jan Harrison 
Page McNees 
Craig Messner 
Arlene Petrea 
Jill Robyn 
Sue Tendell 
Dave Schaller 
Martha Vink 
Cathy Wilhoit 
Teresa Williams 
David Douglas 
Debbie Jenkins 



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College 

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William D. Aldridge 
Interdisciplinary 




Sharon Billings 

History and Political Science 




Cindy Briggs 

Communications 



Susan Burditt 
Biology 



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Education 








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Ellen Carmine 
Business Administration 








Katherine Connelly 
Pre-Med 




David Douglas 

Behavioral Science 



Tammy Garrison 

Business Administration 




Deborah Holcomb 
Chemistry 







William Reisenweaver 
Human Relations 



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Elizabeth King 
Political Science 




William Ross King 
Political Science 




Michael Rogers 
Human Relations 



Mark Walling 
Accounting 



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Alpha Gamma Delta 




Members include: Cherie Jacobsen, Connie Davis, Char-Lee Venulo, Sabrina Pearson, lean Madert, Pally Krivka, Peggy Pesce, Carol Shorl, 
Terry Scarchello, Cindy Miller, |ill Beam, Therese Nowak, Penny Johnston, Penny Johnston, Sabrina Morgan, Mandy MrGirt, Ann Bullard, 
Tammy Summers, Terry Brunnell, Paige Hess, Carol Hanna, Areshia Blankenship, lanet Spaulding, Susan Wooten, Bonnie Wilson, Diane 
Bednarcik, Marcella Bullard, Marion Shriver, Carolyn Huzzen, Claudia Bryan, loanne Coolcy, Nancy Chipman, Jackie Lefbre, Karen Ashley, 
Kelly Anderson, Susan Spaulding, Suzanne Karppinen, Susan Stevens, Denise Carter, Cynthia Fenyak, Stephanie Vukovic, Colleen Blackney. 



Delta Sigma Phi 




Members include: Rich Muir, Mike Pisano, Bob Bednarcik, Donnie Croscclose, lames Hunt, Rusty Hawes, )im DeRosa, Scott Hance, lohnny 
McDonald, Bill Costello, Barry Curry, Dave Morse, Joe Grabis, Birnie Miller, Bud Frega, Dave Strong, Greg Fox, Charlie Gross, Kent Spencer, 
Mark Poore, Mickey Powers. 



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Kappa Delta 




Lambda Chi Alpha 




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Phi Mu 




Pi Kappa Alpha 



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Zeta Tau Alpha 




Members include: Ann Leonard, Krista Ellis, Karen Monroe, Donna Adams, Mylene Fisher, jenny Tucker, Tammy Garrison, Pam Aiken, 
Rosanne Terrell, Kathy Steinheimer, Susan Pierce. Second row: Sharon Litchford, Debbie Baunchalk, Majd Khayak, Anne Wheeless, Debbie 
Shaver, Tina Lynch, Barbara Yeager, Winnie Adkins, Tracy Taylor, Nancy Houlberg. Third row: Ginny Williamson, Pally Fortus, Jill Yarborough, 
Jan Harrison, Ellen Smith, Cindy Sink, Carolyn Shugrue, Kathy Wilson, Kim Darden, Karen Graupensperger, Elaine Johnson. Back: Kalhy 
Schaeler, Janet Grocki, Barrie Liebler, Ann Bostrom, Connie McDaniel, Debbie Bouldin, Lynn Warlick, Julie Giddons, Betty Maynor, Foncia 
Bowman, Marcy Randall, Sue Luppino, Cindy Burbage, Audrey Tester, Eloise Bartell, Pam Sanchez. Not Pictured, Terry Gardella. 



Theta Chi 




Members include: Ted Cleary, Mike Taylor, Ken Douglas, Ken Douglas, Ken Gray, Curt Ewing, John Macheski, 
Mike Duffy. Second Row: Jim Lombardi, Chris Graney, Jeff Smith, Todd Miller, John Richardson, Brian Caskie. 
Third Row: Ricky Klier, John Money, Mike Deppy, Scott McFarland. Top: Mark Mason, Alex Fox. 



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Dr. Wendell Pallon, President 



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Mr. David Holt, Registrar 




Dr. Owen Weatherly, 
Head, Humanities Division 



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Dr. Richard Bennington, 
Head, Business Administration 




Dr. E. Roy Epperson, 

Head, Physical and Natural Sciences 



Ms. Shirley Rawley, 

Coordinator, Continuing Education 



Mr. Larry Keesee, 
Head Librarian 



Mrs. Carol Brantley, 
Librarian 



Ms. Shelia Bailey, 
Librarian 




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Mr. Earle Dalbey, 
Vice-President 
Financial Affairs 







Mr. Kenny Bulla, 
Assistant Business Manager 




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Mrs. Ethylene Charnock 
Secretary to Mr. Dalbey 



Secretaries, Business Office 



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Bookstore: 

Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Webb — Manager, Mrs. Osborne 





Mrs. Ann Parks 

Mimeograph Room 



Ms. Louise Adams 
Post Office 




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Secretary, P.E. Dept. 



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Dr. Murphy Osborne 

Vice-President, Student Affairs 








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Mr. Al Hassell, 

Director of Admissions 



Mr. Michael McDuffie 
Admissions Counselor 



Ms. Marigene Witten 
Admission Counselor 



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Mr. Bob Lowdermilk, 
Dean of Students 



Ms. Diane Hanson, 

Associate Dean of Students 




Mr. Bruce Tingle 
Assistant Dean of Students 



Mrs. Martha Blake, 
Secretary, Student Personnel 




Dr. Vance Davis, 
College Chaplain 



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Mr. Clete Kruyer, 
Vice-President, College Affairs 



Mrs. Peggy Ingram, 

Secretary to Mr. Petrea 




Mr. Pete Petrea, 

Director, Informational Services 




Mr. Bob Williams, 
Alumni Affairs 



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MAY 5, 1910-AUGUST 

22, 1979 



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December 1, 1906-August 10, 1979 



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The Zenith Staff would like to recognize Mr. Carter. Without him, our 
campus would not look as beautiful as it does now. 

Mr. Carter has exemplified outstanding service to the college and for 
this reason, the Zenith Staff dedicates the 1980 Zenith to him. 



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Epiloque 

What Is Left 

But To Push 

Forward 

Together 



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We Must Hitch 

Our Wagon To 

The Star Of Harmony, 

Peace And Brotherhood! 




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The Ultimate Goal Of 
Togetherness Cannot 
Be Attained Unless 
We Jointly Strive 
Towards Its 
Realization . . . 



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FOUNDATIONS FOR 
THE FUTURE 




High Point 
College 




AMERICAN HUMANICS 



PURPOSE: 



American Humanics is a not-for-profit voluntary corpo- 
ration providing college level education to those seeking 
careers as youth agency administrators. On eleven cam- 
puses across the United States, American Humanics strives 
to prepare selected students through their college career, 
their career planning and placement upon graduation. 



HISTORY: 

American Humanics at High Point College was first in- 
stituted in 1965. The first Resident Administrator, the late 
L.E. Moody, was instrumental in beginning a most suc- 
cessful program. In 1967, the college was visited by H. Roe 
Bartle, founder of American Humanics. This proved a 
treat for the students to have a chance to meet the 
"Chief." 

L.E. Moody retired in 1973 and was replaced by James 
Roberts. At the same time, Harold E. Fuller was hired as a 
Professor of Human Relations. 

Terry Dunn joined the program in 1976, followed by 
Mr. Earnest Price, Jr. American Humanics has grown from 
a few in 1965 to its present sixty member organization. 



1979-1980 AT A GLANCE 

WORKSHOPS: Recruiting Volunteers 

Work Scheduling Your Time 
Serving Urban America 

4-H and Youth Development 

Field Trips: Winter Term, Estes Park, College 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Boone, N.C. 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Washington, D.C. 
Danville, Va. 

Atlanta, Ga. 



A LITTLE BIT ABOUT: 

Mr. Earnest Price Jr. Chairman, Human Relations Depart- 
ment 

1977 . . . Joined the H.R. Department after 37 years with 
the Young Men's Christian Association. 
Education: Master of Arts, Columbia University 

Bachelor of Science, Mississippi State Univer- 
sity 
Graduate Study, Union Theological Seminary 

Mr. Terrance H. Dunn, Resident Administrator 
1976 . . . Accepts R.A. position after 5 years with the 
Firelands BSA Council 

Education: Master of Arts, Bowling Green State University 
Bachelor of Arts, Salem College 



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High Point, N.C. 



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1 203 North Main Street 


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An outstanding store for men and women 
clothing • shoes • gifts • accessories 



Compliments Of: 



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1304 N. Main Street 



Kepley's Barn 



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phone 889-7043 P&ffijM 

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271 OS. Main St. 885-9016 




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restaurant 

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Compliments Of: 

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Company 


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Main Office — 200 N. Main 

North Office — 1700 N. Main 

South Office — 1800 S. Main 

High Point, North Carolina 


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Thomasville 

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Yvonne Hurley 

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Putting together a yearbook is no easy task. We've faced many problems this year, but we pulled 
through. Thanks to everyone who pushed to get the yearbook together, Art Prillaman, Carol Rogers, 
Yvonne Hurley, Larry Chilton, Dr. Osborne, Dean Lowdermilk, Donna Adams ... A special thanks to Dr. 
DeLeeuw, who pulled the Zenith back on its way again, and to everyone who in one way or another wrote 
copy, laid out pages and ran errands. 

The Zenith is a tradition of HPC and we should never let it go. The name 'Zenith' means 'High Point' 
and I believe this is what we have achieved the High Point of working together to make this book a 



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