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Classroom and Laboratory 



Dr. J. Allen Thacker is retiring from 
the faculty after a 49 year 
association with High Point College. 
He graduated from the college with 
an A.B. in History and English in 
1939, was appointed Professor of 
Education in 1965, and became 
chairman of the Education 
Department in 1969. Dr. Thacker 
received his M.S. from Duke 
University and his Ph.D. from 
UNC-Chapel Hill. Prior to his 
professional association with High 
Point College, Dr. Thacker taught at 
Pfeiffer College, as well as at a 
number of public schools in North 
Carolina. 

As teacher, advisor, colleague, and 
friend to several generations of 
High Point College students, Dr. 
Thacker has brought a sensitive and 
caring spirit, as well as energy and 
dedication, to his work. He has 
served the college and its students 
outside the classroom in many 
roles, including advisor to the 
NCAE/NAE student chapters and to 
the education honorary society, The 
Order of the Lighted Lamp. He has 
also been active professionally in 
North Carolina, particularly on the 
various evaluation and review 
projects, undertaken by the state, of 
teacher education programs and 
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All of us at the college have 
benefited greatly from Dr. Thacker's 
association with High Point College 
and we look forward to working 
together in this new relationship. 
We extend to him, and his family, 
our thanks for the past, our best 
wishes for the future, and our 
continuing respect for his 
commitment to our students. 



Dr. J. Allen 
Thacker 




THE 1984 ZENITH 



Volume Sixty 



Prologue 


1 


Academics 


17 


Organizations 


24 


Greeks 


56 


Student Life 


80 


Sports 


90 


Classes 


112 


Community 


146 


Epilogue 


158 




Credits: 

Translations of Japanese Poetry by R.H. BIyth, A History of Haiku, Volume One. 

Sudlow Photography, Danville, Illinois. 

Advertising Design Class of the College. 



High Point College • High Point • North Carolina 27262 




PRESIDENT'S 
MESSAGE 



To the students, alumni, faculty, 
administration and staff, High Point College is a 
special place. 



Students arrive at the College as freshmen, 
not knowing exactly what to expect of the four 
years they will spend here. They are filled with 
high hopes and plans for the future — and, in 
most cases, some anxieties. Often they find more 
work than they had anticipated. Invariably they 
develop life-long fmendships growing out of 
their shared experiences of cramming for final 
exams, working on term papers, spending 
leisure moments over coffee in the cafeteria and 
snack bar, and the like. Many of them find their 
future mates, the man or woman they will 
marry and with whom they will raise their own 
families. 

When, as alumni, they look back on their 
years at High Point College, the long hours of 
work and study fade from memory and they tend 
to recall only the "good times." Then they are 
filled with pride. Then they realize that there 
was more to being a student at High Point 
College than just studying and preparing 
papers. Though they were unaware of it at the 
time they were students, they now realize, as 
alumni, the meaning of Alma Mater — the 
depth of pride in the institution to which they 
gave their efforts and which, in turn, helped 
shape them into the men and women they now 
are. 

To the faculty and staff and administration of 
the College, High Point College is also a very 
special place. It is, of course, where they work. 
But to these people their "work" is much more 
than just the way they earn their livelihood. It 
is, as probably is the case with most 
professionals, a commitment to what they believe 
in. 

The common thread that runs throughout all 
our thoughts about High Point College is, of 
course, a certain idealism about the meaning and 
significance of higher education. As students, as 
alumni, as faculty or staff or administrators, 
each of us believes that the liberal arts experience 
in a college such as ours has a unique 
contribution to make to the individual and to 
society. The faculty and administrators have 
dedicated their professional lives to this ideal. 
The students have or will devote at least four 
years of their lives to this same ideal. 

As you look back on the College as alumni, 1 
hope you will recall chapel services on Sunday 
mornings, the basketball and soccer games and 
tennis matches, the opening convocations — in 
other words, all the memories of the "good 
times" this 1984 annual will evoke for years to 
come. I hope you will also look back with love, 
humor, pride in Alma Mater, and a certain 
nostalgic conviction that these were, indeed, 
some of the "best years of our lives." 

Charles R. Lucht 
President 



President 17 



Mr. David Appleton 

Asst. Professor of Fine Arts 
Ms. Shelia Bailey 
Tech. Services Librarian 
Dr. W.H. Bearce 
Dean of College 



Dr. Richard Bennington 

Professor and Chairman of 

Business 

Mrs. Anita Bowman 

Instructor of CHMIPHY 

Dr. B. Gray Bowman 

Assoc. Professor of 

CHMIPHY 



Mrs. Jane Burton 

Ass J. Professor of Fine Arts 
Dr. David W. Cole 
Professor of History 
Mr. William F. Cope 

Assoc. Professor of Sociology 



Mr. Bob Davidson 

Assf. Professor of Physical 

Ed. 

Dr. E. Vance Davis 

Assoc. Professor of Religion 

Dr. William L. DeLeeuw 

Assoc. Professor of English 



Dr. E. Roy Epperson 

Professor of CHMIPHY 
Mr. Faiz Faizi 
Assf. Professor of Business 
Dr. J. Rodney Fulcher 

Professor and Chairman of 
Religion 



Dr. Charlie Futrell 

Professor of Physical Ed. 
Dr. John P. Gabriele 

Asst. Prof, of Modern 

Foreign Language 

Mr. Thomas M. Gaughan 

Assf. Prof, of Library 
Service 





18 Faculty 




i W I & y ears in associati(»vith High Point College, Dr. J. Allen 
'fecker is guest of honor Shis retirement reception. 




FACULTY 



Mr. Woody Gibson 

Instructor of Physical 

Education 

Dr. Carole Head 

Assistant Professor of 
Modern Language 



Mr. David Holt 

Assistant Professor, 

Registrar 

Miss Kris Howell 

Intsructor of Business 



Mr. Stephen Jenks 

Instructor 

Mrs. Jill Reiser 

Asst. Librarian-Media. 



Mr. P.J. LaPaire 

Instructor of Modern 
Foreign Languages 
Ms. Nancy Little 

Asst. Prof, of Physical 
Education 



Mrs. Iris Mauney 

Asst. Prof, of Business 
Mr. James Nelson 

Prof, of Business 
Administration 



Mrs. Kathleen Olson 

Instructor of Modern 
Foreign Languages 
Dr. fedward Piacentino 
Professor of English 



Faculty 19 






Dr. Louis B. Pope 

Professor of Psychology 
Mr. Raiford M. Porter 

Assoc. Professor of Fine 
Arts 



Mr. Earnest Price, Jr. 

Distinguished Lecturer 
Mr. James R. Pritchett 

Assf. Prof, of Political 
Science 



Mr. Lyman H. Rickard 

Asst. Professor of 

CHMIPHY 

Mr. J. Wilson Rogers 

Assoc. Professor of Business 



Mrs. Nancy W. Shelton 

Assoc. Prof, of Education 
Mrs. Alice Sink 

Instructor of English 



Mr. James C. Speight, Jr. 

Assf. Professor of Physical 

Ed. 

Dr. Richard Spong 

Assf. Prof, of Human 
Resources 



Mr. Jerry Steele 

Assf. Professor of Physical 

Ed. 

Mrs. Kitty Steele 

Assf. Professor of Physical 
Ed. 





20 Faculty 





FACULTY 
STAFF 



Dr. Charles P. Teague 

Asst . Prof, of Religion and 

Philosophy 

Dr. J. Allen Thacker 

Professor of Education 

Dr. John E. Ward, Jr. 

Professor of Biology 



Dr. Leo Weeks 

Professor of Biology 

Dr Carl M. Wheeless 

Prof, of HSTI Political 

Science 

Dr. Jack H. Williams 

Prof, of Human Resources 



Dr. Fred T. Yeats 

Professor of Biology 
Mrs. Joan R. Betsill 
Admissions Office 
Mrs. Martha Blake 

Secretary to Student Life 



Mrs. Karen H. Bowles 

Technical Services Assistant 

Mrs. Margie Boyles 

R.C. of Women's and 

Wesley 

Ms. Drema Bryant 

Computer Services 



Mrs. Donna Burton 

Dir. of Information Services 
Mr. Ed Cannady 
Dir. of Public Safety 
Mr. Ira Carter 

Horticultrualist and 
Maintenance 



Mrs. Pamela Carter 

Asst. Dir. of Financial Aid 
Mr. Frank Caulfield 
Dir. of Food Sennces 
Mrs. Ethylene Charnock 

Secretary to Business 
Manager 



Faculty / Staff 21 



Rev. Ben Curry 

Chaplain 

Mrs. Janice W. Daniels 

Housekeeping Supervisor 
Mrs. Dorothy Easter 

Admin. Asst. To President 



Mr. Walter G. Evans 

Dir. of Alumni Affairs 
Mrs. Frances J. Gaynor 
Business Secretary 
Miss Ginger Gilbert 

Business Office Cashier 



Mrs. Mary Goodson 

Secretary to Asst. Business 

Mgr. 

Mrs. Carol Harris 

Public Services Librarian 

Mr. Charles Hartsoe 

Business Manager 



Mrs. Gerry Hill 

Bookstore 

Mrs. Sherron James 
Accounting Assistant 
Mr. C.H. Kruyer, Jr. 

V.P. for College Affairs 



Mrs. Louise Lamb 

Clerk 

Dr. Charles Lucht 

President 

Miss Carol Mc Clain 

Secretary of Alumni Affairs 



Mrs. Karen Mohn 

Public Service Assistant 

Mrs. Phyllis Osborne 

Bookstore 

Mr. Michael Pittman 

Director of Student Life 




22 Faculty / Staff 




STAFF 



Mrs. Gayle Rebert 
Secretary of Maintenance 
Mr. Rob Sale 

Horticulturist 



Mrs. Jean W. Shapire 

Student Aid and Aamin. 

Affairs 

Mr. Jim H. Spessard 

Accountant 



Mrs. Kay Stroud 

Dir. of Financial Aid 
Mrs. Joyce Wainer 

Coordinator of Career 
Develop. 



Mr. Frank J. Whatley 

Assf. Dir. of Food Services 
Mrs. Susan Bernice 

Webb 

Bookstore Manager 



Mr. David Wendel 

Exec. Dir. of American 

Humanics 

Mrs. Gerry York 

Switchboard Operator 



The Reverend Ben Curry 
Chaplain 



Staff 23 



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SGA 








(Left) Paula Winton, Attorney General; (Right) Denise Watts, Chief Justice of 
Supreme Court 



Judy and Tom resolve and solve those campus problems. 





SGA Officers. (Left to right) Paula Winton, Attorney General; Judy Jones, 
Vice-President; Wendi Hora, Speaker of the Student Legislature; Tom 
Leech, President. 



26 Student Government 




Judiciary Committee 



1983-84 proved to be a 
good year for the Student 
Government Association. 
Many new programs were 
initiated under the 
leadership of the Executive 
Council. Increased campus 
lighting was the first 
step in improvement. Early 
in the fall, SGA solicited 
funds to pave the gravel 
parking lot on West 
College drive. Perhaps the 
most important step SGA 
has taken in many years 
was the creation of the 



Student Leadership 
Scholarship program. This 
program recognizes two 
students each year for 
outstanding contributions 
to the college. "All it takes 
is a little initiative to 
achieve some results," said 
SGA President Tom Leech. 

The Judiciary Committee is 
organized into two 
branches, the Supreme 
Court and the Traffic 
Court. The traffic court is 
responsible for hearing 



and interpreting all cases 
involving parking, vehicle 
registration, and 
non-moving violations. It 
must enforce due 
punishment for violations 
occuring on the High Point 
College campus. The 
Supreme Court has the 
power to interpret any part 
of the Student 
Government Association 
Constitution. It determines 
and enforces punishments 
for violations of the 
Constitution. 




Members of the Supreme Court. (Left to right) Mr. Ed. Cannady, Dr. Richard Spong, Mrs. Marion Busch, Greg Pribble, Scott Morgan, Athony Yelverton, 
Dave Groseclose, Mr. Faiz Faizi 



Judical Committee 27 



American Chemical Society 



The Student Affiliate Chapter of the 
American Chemical Society gives 
chemistry students professional and 
social contacts with chemists in 
industrial as well as academic 
environments. 




(Left to right) Bill Cotham, Paul Childers, Kach Ratanaphruks, Joe Smith, Jane Bowser, Art Payne. (Not pictured) Mr Lvman Rickard Advisor Brad 
Rhoades, Rav Hotz, Stan Tavlor. 



28 Alpha Chi 



High Point selects 12 for Who's Who 1984 




Being named to Who's 
Who In American 
Universities and Colleges 
is one of the highest 
honors a student can 
obtain at High Point 
College. Students are 
selected by the faculty. 
The basis for selection 
includes academic 
achievement, service to 
the community, 
leadership, and potential 
for future achievement. 
This year, twelve 
students were named to 
Who's Who. These 
students belong to an 
elite group chosen by 
over 1300 institutions 
nation wide. Names of 
these students are 
published in a directory 
that has been in 
exsistance since 1934. 



(Seated, Left to Right) Denise 
Watts, David Matzko (Standing, 
Left to Right) Bonnie Hopkins, 
Anne Murphy, Brian Sarnecki, 
Pat Connelly, Wendi Hora, Tom 
Leech, Crystal Hedgecock, Jen- 
nifer Boroughs. 



Who's Who 29 



STUDENT UNION 



The Student Union is the 
Governing Board of the 
Student Government 
Association of the college 
and is charged with the 
operation and promotion 
of activities for student 
and faculty in the social, 
cultural, and recreational 
areas. It serves as an 
off-shoot of the SGA and 
may have membership 
derived from the student 
body of the college. 

Ted Coryell deals with a smile. 





(Left to right) First Row. John Higgins, Ted Coryell, Student Union 
President, Lisa Creed. Second Row. Mike Pittman, Kelly Given, Alvsia 
Wright, Suzanne Zurof'r, Carlene Dix, Kelly Bnsentine, Sharon Starkey, 



Teresa Brewer. Third Row. Bob Rossi, Michael Stakes, Lori Frye, Kathy 
McCullough, Ray Hotz, Barry Martin, Keith Pierre, Bunny Wagner, 
Terry Rea. 



30 Student Union 



Othello Strangles Desdemona As Atigone 
Buries Her Brother During Nigaragua's Revolt 



Strife, dilemma, and values in modern life 



Big brothers and sisters help guide 
their freshmen charges through 
sessions on how to study, pass 
tests, make bibliographies, write 
research papers — to — drinking 
cokes, introductions, campus tours, 
dormitory living, and the tedium of 
registration. 

All this effort is for "thanks" or one 
hour credit? 

Ah! The realms of academia 
challenge Agatha Christie. 




Row I; left to right. Steve Firman, Elizabeth A. Daisey, Millie Price, Kim 
Maness, Waldo Rustrian, John Brown, Greg Shuskey, Robert Rossi. Row 
2. Anne Murphy, Paula Winton (Nuclei I), Susanne Zuroff (Nuclei II), 
Don Stewart (Nuclei III), Steve Hess (Nuclei IV), Judy Jones (Nuclei V), 



Ted Coryell, Michael Pittman. Row 3. Butch Hodge, Bob Davidson, 
Woody Gibson, Richard Spong, Hall Beck, Allen Thacker, Kristin 
Howell, Stephen Jenks, Raitord Porter. 



Orientation 31 



KAPPA DELTA PI 



Individuals are invited to 
become members of 
Kappa Delta Pi because 
they exhibit a 
professional attitude and 
high academic records in 
the field of education. 
Personal attitudes and 
teaching qualifications are 
also considered. Kappa 
Delta Pi was founded in 
1911 to encourage high 
attainment on the field of 
education. This includes 
excellence in scholarship, 
personal standards, 
teacher preparation, and 
contributions to 
education. 



(First row, left to right) Melinda Stroud, Connie Wright, Jane Bowger, 
Karen Austin, Cyndi Nifong, Terry Shively, RenaeTalley. (Rear row, left 
to right) Alan Snow, President, Mrs. Nancy W. Shelton, Advisor, Allison 
Brown, Sharon Lowe, Ann Sink. (Not pictured) Dr. Allen Thacker, 
Co-advisor. 




The 

Honored 

and 

Meritorious 




32 Kappa Delta Pi 



Presidential Scholars 




Each year, Presidential 
Scholarships are awarded 
to incoming freshmen. 
These scholarships, based 
on academics, leadership, 
and citizenship, are 
valued from $4000 to 
$6000 over a four year 
period. The students who 
have been chosen to be 
Presidential Scholars 
must keep a 3.0 grade 
point average, and serve 
on selected committees 
which run the annual 
Presidential Scholarship 
weekend. During this 
weekend, high school 
students from around the 
country visit High Point 
College, and are 
interviewed by faculty 
and those students who 



have been chosen as 
scholars in the past. 
Based on high school 
activities and their 
personal interviews, these 
high school students are 
granted Presidential 
Scholarships. 




Presidential Scholars 33 



Writer's Club 



The Writer's Club, which 
meets monthly, seeks to 
promote interest in all 
types of writing: 
journalistic, cinematic, 
literary, commercial. The 
club is open to all 
students. The Writer's 
Club works jointly with 
the Apogee and Flyspec, in 
the production of these 
publications. 

Apogee Officers: Dr. John Moehl- 
mann, advisor. Lisa Stowe and 
Lisa Mann, editors. 



Kim Higgins, editor and Vera Wilson are putting it a 
together tlyspec. 




Writer's Club. Lisa Stowe, Lisa Mann, Dr. Edward Piacentino, advisor, and Kim Hig- 
gins. 



34 Writers Club 



Junior Marshals 




First Row: Teresa Sweatman, Jane Bowser Second Row: Melinda Stroud, Charlene McDaniels, Marsha Garner Third Row: Joseph G. Smith |r , 
Connie Wright, Vicki Boyles, Tamara Greenwood, Jennifer Boroughs, William E. Cotham Jr., Stanley E. Taylor, Art Payne 



The Junior Marshals are 
students with very high 
scholastic grade point 
averages. They are 
nominated by the dean of the 
college and elected by the 
faculty. All persons having 
junior class status, that is 
having earned between 58 
and 91 credit hours and 
having attended High Point 
College for a minimum of 
three semesters are eligible 
for consideration as marshals. 



The top twenty students in 
the Junior Class, based on 
grade point average, are 
selected and the top two 
students are selected as Chief 
Marshals. 

The Junior Marshals assist 
with the formal convocations 
and symbolically and 
functionally represent the 
college at the spring 
graduation ceremonies. 



Junior Marshals 35 



Segment By Segment 



Potsherds of journalism are 
Jon Travis works with the Greeks. cemented into the whole. 




Raiford Porter, Advisor, stretches 
for a deadline. 



36 Zenith 




the Zenith Unfolds 



Claire Hall inspects negatives for publication in 1984 Zenith. 

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The nineteen-eighty-four Zenith 
represents a kaleidoscopic effort 
which its staff hopes has shifted 
the multifaceted abstract shapes, 
photographs, type, copy, head- 
lines, art, and captions, into a 
cogent and colorful pattern. 

Each fragmented segment was 
brought forth by a multitude of 
talents leading to orchestrated 
successes and scattered dis- 
appointments which seem to be 
the design of life. 

This book has begun to breathe 
through love bestowed and 
labor expended. It represents an 
expression of faith that the staff 
wishes to dedicate to the senior 
class. 

Good luck and fortune to each 
of you as you step into your fu- 
ture. 





Not Pictured 

William McCorkle 

Photographic Editor 

Melissa Mize 

Prologue and Epilogue Editor 

Ruth Fiege 

Organizations Editor 

Bill Frampton 

Activities Editor 

Peggy Arvidson 

Copy Editor 

Terry Schroth 

photographer 

Coy Trawick 

Jon Travis 

Greeks Co-editor 

Edward Piacentino 

Copy Advisor 

James Nelson 

Business Advisor 

Joanna Hudson 

Designer 



Row 1, left to right: Peggy Cann, Faculty Editor, Melanie Epperson, Class 
Editor', Lisa Swing, photographer. Row 2. Jon Travis, Greeks Co-editor, 
Raiford Porter, Advisor of Art, Scott Heinake, Sports Editor, Claire Hall, 
photographer. 



Zenith 37 



1983 Hl-POStaff 



Another edition of the HI-PO is 
completed. 



Barry Tilley, Assistant Editor, 
works to complete a deadline. 




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The 1983-84 HI-PO staff 
kept the HPC campus 
informed of events 
affecting students and 
faculty. 

The staff was composed 
of Lewis Wheless, 
Editor-in-Chief; Barry 
Tilley, Assistant Editor; 
Mark Phelps, Sports 
Editor; Scott Morgan, 
Business Mgr.; and Scott 
Heinecke, Chief 
Photographer. Donna 
Burton served as advisor. 



Row 1 left to right: J.T. Turner, 
Cheryl Dougherty, Judy Jones. 
Row "2 left to right: Scott 
Morgan, Chris Grantham, Barry 
Tilley, Lewis Wheless, Scott 
Heinecke and Mario Watson. 



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38 Hi Po 




HI-PO: 'Working For A Better Informed Campus' 




Lewis Wheless, Editor-in-Chief, works 
on paste-up. 



Hi Po 39 




Sue Kuchinskas, Publicity Manager, 
takes a look at WWlH's programming 
log with Bill Sheehan. 



Mike Ernst cues up a song to be played 
over the air. 




40 WWIH 



High Point College's radio station is WWIH, 90.3 
FM. 



WWIH is an FM 
educational station 
licensed by the Federal 
Communications 
Commision and operates 
at 10 watts. It is 
student-run and students 
learn the aspects of radio 
programming, operations, 
and production. WWIH is 
a non-profit organization 
and serves the High Point 
community. The station's 
sounds vary from soul to 



rock to contemporary 
Christian. Students have 
the opportunity of having 
their own broadcasting 
show which enables 
experience prior to job 
placement in this field of 
Communications. WWIH 
plans to broadcast at 126 
watts and to stereo 
broadcasting in the near 
future. The station is 
located in the tower of 
Robert's Hall. 





Bill Sheehan gets ready to announce upcoming campus events 



left to right, from bottom to top 1st row: 
Allan Haggai, Chris Heehan, Sue 
Kuchinskas, Mr. Michael Pittman. 2nd 
row: Ted Coryell, Joe Patton, Bill Crabill 
3rd row: Bob Rossi, SallyAnn Smith, 
Laura Songster. 4th row: James Turner, 
Steve Kantor, David Tewksbury. 5th 
row: Craig VannSteenburg, Melanie Sub- 
tle, Lisa Mann, Jim Stone. 6th row: 
Anthony Watson, Jeff Burkhardt, Donn 
Ungench, James Scott, Liz Crawford. 



WWIH 41 



ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR for High Point 




Susan Warwick interviews Tom Greco; 



Trudy and Jennifer Palmer help prepare 
John Higgins for his on camera report. 






High Point College 
Community Televison, the 
College's television station 
station which broadcasts over 
the High Point cable network 
(Channel 19), produces public 
affairs programming. In fall of 

1982, the station produced 
"Christian Denominations in 
America," the first course 
offered for college credit over 
television. In the spring of 

1983, station personnel also 
taped excerpts of the High 
Point Community Theatre 
production of "Grease." 

With a studio containing 
two different sets, the TV. 
Station can create full 
productions. In the fall of 1983 
the staff recored the Christine 
Craft speech, and plans will 
continue for productions in 
the spring and semesters to 
come. 

High Point College 
Community Television, under 
the direction of Dr. DeLeeuw, 
has ten students enrolled in 



the TV practicum for fall, 83. 
Included are: Tom Greco, John 
Higgins, Susan Warrick, 
Trudy McDonald, Jennifer 
Palmer, Jerrv Min; not 
pictured: Mike Reid, Tina 
Casey, and Terry Livingston. 

The studio has equipment to 
tape audiovisuals, theatre 
productions and has the 
capacity with a Compugraphic 
phototypesetter to allow the 
station and other campus 
publications to prepare camera 
ready printed advertisements 
for any programing. 

HPC Community TV was 
made possible by grant 
donations from Mobil Oil, 
Cablevision of High Point, 
WGHP, and the High Point 
College Rawley Fund. 

The SCIP Internship 

Program outside the High 
oint area at Channel 2, 
Channel 12, and Channel 48 
TV allows for further access to 
television equipment and 
experience. 



42 Television Station 




College Community Television 



Trudy McDonald experiments with the 

portable camera; John loads one of the vedio cas- 

sette recorders. 




The TV. staff left to right, John Higgins, Jerrv Mm, Jennifer Palmer, Trudy 
McDonald, Susan Warwick, and Tom Greco. Absent are Tina Casey, Barbara 
Hurly, and Mike Reis. 



I 



Television Station 43 



High Point Christian Fellowship 



Kim Higgins has lunch before leaving Windy Gap. 



High Point Christian 
Fellowship, the High Point 
College chapter of Inter Varsity 
Christian Fellowship, meets 
weekly to discuss and 
celebrate the Christian faith. 
The organization states as its 
basis of faith the unique, 
divine inspiration, entire 
trustworthiness and authority 
of the Bible; the diety of the 
Lord Jesus Christ; as Jesus 
Christ's death as necessary 
and sufficient for the 
redemption of the world from 
its sin through the historic fact 




Wyeleen Kwan goes for the 
MUNCHIES at Windy Gap 
retreat. 



of His bodily resurrection; the 

presence and power of the 

Holy Spirit in the work of 

changing us into the 

completeness of our Lord Jesus 

Christ. 

Intervarsity's meetings are 

open to all, and all faiths are 

encouraged to attend. In 

addition, the IVCF sponsors 

bi-annual retreats to Windy 

Gap, near Asheville, North 

Carolina. 

In fellowship with Christ, the 

IVCF. 




The High Point Christian fellow- 
ship. 




Internation Language 44 



Love Of Language Aligns 
International Language Club 



Carlene Dix and Kelly Brisentine flanked by advisors P.J. Lepaire and Kathleen Olson. 




From All Over The World 
Students Find Common 
Interest 

The International Language 
Club is composed of students 
interested in foreign 
languages. The aim of the 
International Language Club is 
to offer a chance for those 
students to meet and share 
their common interest in 
foreign languages. The 
International Language Club 
meets two times a month and 
plans activities like coffee 
hours, International Day and 
other events to bring down the 
language barrier at High Point 
College. 




Seated, L-R: Patricia Victoria, 
Lee Cockerel, Carlene Dix, 
Rachelle Cassity. Standing, L- 
R . Anwar Atalla, Mona 
Burgess, Joe Santoni, Lu-Lu 
Lopez, Jose Miguel Armen- 
teros. 



Internation Language 45 




Tower Players 



A trip into Christmas past. Scrooge re- 
lives his adolescence. 

Left to Right: Aileen Lynch, Anna Minear, Kat Burton, 
President; Laura Knouse, Pam McHone, Paul Lundngan, 
G.N. Herschel, David R. Appleton, Suzanne Gillespie, 
secretary/treasurer; Ray Swagerty. Not shown: William 
McCorkle, Ron Barrans, Donna Hoover. 



Mr. Fezziwig says, No more work, it's "party time. 





Society For Collegiate Journalists 



First row: Sue Kuchinskas, Rich Molinaro, Renee Heath President M a ™ r= an c r r a A r ,.-, ,n c -i mi n> j o i_ 

Hurley, Donna Burton, Mario Watson. Third row: Pat Conne.V^ 

Morgan" ^'d^^^!^^ ,0hn "'^ M ^ ^^ B ™< HalJLu*,. Tony Baity, ,im Scott, Scott 



The Society for Colle- 
giate Journalists is a nation- 
al honorary society of 
students interested in 
print and broadcast jour- 
nalism. Induction as a 
full member is deter- 
mined by grade point av- 
erage and total hours of 
contribution to campus 
and/or community pub- 
lications. 




PE Majors 



The PE Majors club strives towards professionalism in the field of physical education and 
recreation. The present officers are: John Hamilton, president; Lvnn Fortaleza, vice pres- 
ident; Kim Moose, secretary; and Karla Thornhill, treasurer 



Tower Players 47 



Baptist Student Union and "Friends" 



Front row: Rachelle Cassidy, Selwyn Heintz, Tony Matthews, Kevin Curling 
Second row: Diedre Fleenor, Randy Wehman. 




48 Baptist Student Union 



Society For The Advancement Of Management 




American Humanics 
Student Organization 



Front Row: Scott Heinecke, Bonnie Hipkins, Dave Wendel Executive Direc- 
tor, Claire Hall Back Row: Dannv Leonard, Sharon Starkey, Tammy John- 
son, Regina Jensen, Marsha Manos, Colleen Farrell, Terrv Aiken 



Sam 49 



High Point 
College Singers 

The High Point College 
Singers is an ensemble of men 
and women who represent the 
college musically both on and 
off the campus. Admission to 
the group is by audition only 
and is an honor earned by 
each member. 



Alexa Jackson, Director, Sharon Starkey, 
Carmen Cottle, Barbara Benson. 




Jazz Ensemble 

The Jazz Ensemble continues 
to establish an audience of 
"Big Band" listeners. They 
have entertained audiences of 
the Southern Furniture Market 
and other organizations 
throughout the city of High 
Point. The repertoire consists 
of the sounds from Basie to 
Ellington and includes the 
forty top commercial tunes. 



Duncan C. Gray, Director. (Top, left to 
right) Steve Defcombe, Tom Grav, Mar- 
lon McDonald, Brian Umberger. (Bot- 
tom, left to right) Jim Kerr, Greg Hon- 
evcott, Steve Thornton, Scott Dennis, 
Alan Ellis. (Not pictured) Roger Moore, 
Carl Garrett, Steve Chesser, Benjamin 
Simpson. 




50 



Symphony, Jazz Ensemble, Highpoint College Singers 




Choir enthralls an appreciative audience at the Christmas concert. 




The "Pep Band" has been the 
thriving force generating school 
spirit and excitement at the 
home basketball games. The 
personnel consists of students 
and community musicians. 



Pep Band 




Pep Band 51 



Campus Gold Chartered in 
November 



High Point College has 
been showing significant 
changes and signs of 
growth over the past few 
years. One of the changes 
took place with the 
installation of a new club 
on our campus, Campus 
Gold, a coed service 
organization aligned with 
Girl Scouts of America 
whose members are 
dedicated to the assisting 
of young girls and their 
growth. The expansion of 



their horizons is brought 
about through a program 
of camping, education, 
various cultural trips, and 
numerous activities to 
increase life's pleasure 
and beauty. These 
experiences heighten 
their awareness of 
themselves. The 
organization gained its 
affiliation with the college 
in November, 1983 and is 
proud to be a part of the 
college community. 




(left to right) Marsha Manos, Ted Corvel 
Carlene Dix, Mike Bridger, Claire Hall. 



Laura Krouse, 



52 Campus Gold/YMCA 



Student YMCA 

The New Kids in Town 



A new service organization 
has appeared on the HPC 
campus this year, the 
Student YMCA. We have 
been meeting every Friday 
afternoon to discuss future 
projects, trips, seminars, 
and other such things. The 
group is a national 
organization founded in 
the Judeo-Christian faith. 
The traditions are based on 
a dedication to the 
community and service to 
it through our common 
dream of global citizenship 
in the world community. 

We are committed to the 
following ends: to 
providing free social space 



for critical and integrative 
thinking by linking 
educational and 
experiential learning in 
supportive and challenging 
communities, and to 
promoting personal 
growth enabling an 
ethically aware leadership 
and fellowship that thinks 
globally and acts locally. 

Although we are 
recognized as a member of 
The National Association 
of Student YMCA's 
(NASY), we are working 
on receiving our charter as 
an affiliated organization 
on the High Point College 
campus by fall, 1984. 





^ With talent to spare 




(Kneeling, left to right) Liz Crawford, Kieth Pierre. (Standing, 
left to right) Anthony Watson, Barr Gartlev, Tom Williams, Lisa 
Mann, David Tomlinson, James Parker. 




The HPC Bowling Club does not 
participate as a Varsity sport, but 
the level of competition is fierce 
nonetheless. At a State 
Tournament in May, 1983 Dave 
Tomlinson bowled the High 
Scratch Series in the Senior Boys 
Division A. For the ladies Ginger 
Budd and Liz Crawford were 
named the city All Star Team with 
Crawford having the High 
Average for the city in the Girls 
Divis. 




3arr Gartlev 



Lisa Mann 



Bowling 53 



ARMY ROTC 

"BE ALL THAT YOU CAN BE" 



The Reserve Officer 
Training Corps offers a 
variety of experiences to 
those learning to be 
proficient Army Officers. 
In addition to learning 
managerial skills and 
military history, students 
enjoy orienteering, 
navigation with a map 
and compass, rifle 
marksmanship, and radio 
communications. 
Summer "Camp" builds 
self confidence through 




Front Row — Captain Crocker, 
Tom Harraghy, Vera Wilson, Pat 
O'Sullivan, Captain Newell. Back 
Row — Perrv Davis, Steve Barnhill 



numerous challenges. It 
provides an opportunity 
to develop proficiency in 
leadership and tactical 
skills. 

The program enjoys a 
reputation for training 
skilled leaders, and this 
year two students, Steve 
Barnhill and Perry Davis, 
will be commisioned 
Army officers 
immediately upon 
graduation. 




54 ROTC 





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ROTC / 55 



GREEKS 




Left to right: Tammy Riggs — Vice President, Ternann Clean' 
pictured: Kim Maness — Treasurer 



President, Robin Rogers — Secretary. Not 



Panhellenic 
Council 

Panhellenic Council is 
the governing body 
which presides over the 
four sororities at H.P.C. 
It serves to organize 
Rush, to keep relations 
between the four groups 
running smoothly 
throughout the year, 
and shares with the 
Interfraternity Council 
the fun and creating of 
an annual Greek Week. 
It is our hope and 
purpose to keep the 
Greeks #1 at H.P.C. 





First Row (left to right): Lvnn Sharkev, Alison Guv, Diane Sherrev, Pam 
McHone, Terry Henderson, Nancv Young. Second Row: Sharon 



Sweeney, Nancy Huner, Kim Maness, Tammy Riggs, Terriann Cleary, 
Robin Rogers. 



58 Panhellenic Council 



Left to right: Mark Pea rn - 

— Treasurer, Mike Reid 



- Vice President, Mike Seigtried - 

- GGA Delegate. 



Secretary, Dun Stewart- President, Steve Hatt 




Intrafraternity 
Council 

The Interfraternity 
Council is the governing 
body of all four social 
fraternities on campus. 
Its main objective is to 
keep the fraternities 
working together. One 
of the main events 
IFC/PANHEL sponsors 
is Greek Week. 




First Row (left to right): Mike Seigtried, Mark Pearn, Greg Upchurch, Don 
Stewart, Steve Firman, Steve Hatt. Second Row: Steve Ingran, Mike 



Lemmo, Tom Burgess, Tom Leech, Loy Sherril, Keith Hutchinson, Mike 
Reid. 



IFC 59 



Welcome to Alpha Gam Ha 





Kelly Given, Jeanne 



We are the Champions 



Row 1 — Front row kneeling left to right: "Scruffy, 

Davis, Jane Morris, Nancv Huner. Row 2 — Robin Phieffer, Melissa Mac- 
Kenzie, Lisa Neil, (standing) Denise Snow, Carol Bidermann, Vanessa 
Lemmon, Jennifer Austin, ram Harris, Sandy Potterfield, Marv McCor- 
mack, Bunnv Wagner, Beth Granev. Row 3 — Debbie Campbell, Sarah 
Wenlev, Laura Cedarle, Hope Phelps, Kelli Green, Sue Kuchinskas, Deb- 
■ Kuchinskas, Janet Temple, Linda Mise, Lainev Simpson, Jhari Camp- 



bie 



LMC l\ULI 111 ISNdS, jailS-l ICHIL'IC, i i i i v. i ■ i ivii^^r, lqiihh ^M 1 1 1 LOWl 1 , 1 1 la I 1 \_dIllL'- 

bell, AmvRowton, Dana Holmes, Denise Mehvier, Terri Livingston, Linda 
Miller, Teile Hadsock. Rwo 4 — Cheryl Berry, Michele Pruitt, Carolvn 
"Scirocco" Huzzen, Tenanne Clean', Ruth Fiege, Angela Franco, Sharon 
Sweeney, Beth Spencer, Miriam O Malley, Lynn Sharkev. Not pictured: 
Dori Johnson, Karla Green Sonya Leister, Renne Heath, Beth Rush, Tam- 
mv Swaim. 



60 Alpha Gamma Delta 




Alpha Gamma Delta 


Alpha Gamma Delta 


flowers. Alpha Gamma 


was founded at 


Delta's national 


Syracuse University in 


philanthropy is the 


1904. The Gamma Eta 


Junenile Diabetes 


Chapter of Alpha 


Foundation. 


Gamma Delta is 


The Alpha Gams 


anticipating our 30th 


participate in many 


anniversary next year. 


school activities and 


We are an International 


sponsor many fund 


Fraternity and have 132 


raisers. We are currently 


chapters throughout the 


50 members strong and 


country and Canada. 


all strive to strengthen 


Our colors are red, buff, 


the bond of love and 


and green with red and 


friendship we share. 


buff roses as our 





ML 





(Left to Right) Row 1 — Denise Metivier, Cheryl Berry, Beth Spencer, Dana 
Holmes, Carol Bidermann. 

Row 2 — Robin Phieffer, Nancy Huner, Ruth Fiege, Angela Franco, Sharon 
Sweeney, Miriam O'Mallev, Teile Hadsock, Janet Temple, Teriann Geary, 
Michele Pruitt. 



Alpha Gamma Delta 61 




Kappa 
Delta 

Co-President — Jim 

Jones 

Co-President — Denise 

Machamer 

Vice-president — Judy 

Jones 

Secretary — Ginger 

Budd 

Treasurer — Camille 

Davis 

Assistant-Treasurer — 

Lee Krokosz 

Membership Chairman 

— Wendi Hora 

Editor — Connie 

Hadden 

Kappa Delta was 

founded in Virginia in 

1897 and has been a 

chapter at HPC since 

1955. Our colors are 

green and white, and 

our symbol is the white 

rose. The KA national 

philanthropies are the 

Crippled Children's 

Hospital in Richmond, 

VA and the Association 

to Prevent Child Abuse. 

Locally, the Gamma 

Gamma Chapter works 

with UNICEF and the 

American Heart 

Association. 




62 Kappa Delta 



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V 



Alma — How much discount can 


around . . . te quiero! 


Cheryl — Pledges are the lowest 


you get us on a key? 


Lee — The Lynchburg 


things on earth. 


Denise — Kevin who? 


Connection. 


Teesha — Are you really sleeping 


Kim J — Snakin' with permission. 


Kimmie — It's better the 2nd time 


over there? 


Connie — Call after 10 for your 


around! 


Stephanie — Punk isn't you . . . 


pizza . 


Pam — Turn the radio up! 


or is it? 


Wendi — Save me a place in line. 


Paula — Tan lines 


Alison — Leave the JD alone. 


Judy — Knock until I answer! 


EVERYWHERE! 


Rachelle — Parlez-vous francais? 


B.J. — Writing bad checks is a 


Michele — Guess who's looking 


Lisa M. — What's missing and 


federal offense. 


for you! 


where is it? 


Jackie — Is Dez THE experienced 


Kathleen — 1001 Ways Back From 


Peggie — Who's your roommate 


man? 


Boone. 


tonight? 


Ginger — Chip in or Chip out. 


Lynda — Hey Momma! What's 




Camille — Candlelight — 3 times 


happening! 






Row 1 — Kathleen Gallowav, Lee Krokosz, Alison Guv, Lisa 
McKeown, Peggie Arvidson, Pam McHone, Kimmie Maness 
Rachelle Cassity Row 2 - Jackie Bamer, Teesha Grubb Lynda 
Peterson, Ginger Budd, Paula Winton, Jennifer Lindquist, Betty Jane 



Mclnvale Chervl Lanier, Denise Machamer, Kim Jones, Wendi 
Hora, Camille Davis, Michele Fanning, Judy Jones. Not Pictured — 
Alma Ortiz, Connie Hadden, Stephanie Newbern. 



Kappa Delta 63 




9 oidesl and largest college 






PHIMU 



i»^=^.- 






PhiMu 




Tuck: Where are you? 


Mel: Raise hell, Roger's 


find a room? 


Lady Di: Oh, bother! 


coming to see me. 


Mimi: LOSER, "the big L" 


Sharon: "Has Dave called 


Urs: Jump a little higher 


Dawn: How are your 


yet?" 


Susie: Redskins are #1! 


friends'? 


Nancy: Have you heard any 


G.T.A.: Have a great time! 


Janet: Doy you agree with 


secrets lately? 


Jennifer: SWITCH! 


"married life"? 


Terry: Don't, Don't, Don't 


Laura: Lika, lika, lika, lika, 


Jill: How are all your 


Grace: na na na na 


WOW!!! 


roommates? 


PR.: ALL NIGHT LONG! 


Stacy: Boonton, man . . . 


Susan H: HPC is close to 


Anna: "Don't cry, Senior 


Lisa M: Where does Scrat 


home 


year is best! 


live? 


Bonnie H: What's the date of 


Lisa J.: Quit barking! 


Tracey: Where did the 


your next candlelight? 


Lolita: If you don't pay, you 


quarter go!? 


Susie C: Whimpy! 


don't go! 


Jo: Did vour Dad call""'" 


Vera: ROTC, they want you! 


Robin: Goober, how's 


Kris: Does Millis have hours? 


Amal: Go water your camel! 


Gomer? 


Margaret: Yipeeeee""' 


Julie: "Is the snack bar 


Melissa: I'm studying with 


Bonnie R: Are you feeling 


open?" 


Stu!!!??? 


better? 


Dana: No, Kenny isn't here! 


Karla: Yadkin 213 or Belk 


Ali: Raise some hell! 


Cindy: Can't control your big 


Suite 404? 


Kelly: Kegger — did you 


sis either, huh? 




Top to Bottom Left to Right: Stacv Boland, Laura Murtha, Dawn Brodhead, 
Mimi McKenzie, Jo Speigelhalter, Amal Khayat, Kelly Frank 



Top to Bottom: Left to Right: Officers: Lolita 
Spencer, Treasurer; Nancv Young, Mem- 
bership Director; Diane Sherry, Panhel 
Delegate; Melissa Duncan, Phi Director; 
Julie Beatty, Recording Sect'y; Sharon 
Elrod, President' Janet Freeman, Corres- 
ponding Sect'y; Robin Rogers, Panhel 
Sect'y; Not Pictured — Anna Brady, 
Vice-President; Karen Hernandez, Social 
Chairman 



64 Phi Mu 





Phi Mu Fraternity was founded in 1852 in 
Macon, Georgia. Here at High Point Gamma 
Zeta chapter was established in 1952. Phi Mu 
is based on the ideals of love, honor and 
truth. Our National Philanthropy is Project 
HOPE which stands for Health Opportunities 
for people everywhere. Although we stress 
individuality, we enjoy being individuals . . . 
TOGETHER!!! 



Top to Bottom, Left to Right D. Sherry, L. Jones, A. Moore, M. Duncan, A. 
Osterhaut, M. Hamilton, S. Ramirez, 'R. Rogers, K. Thornhill, A. Brady, L. 
Murtha, K. Hernandez, M. Rodgers, J. Speigelhalter, D. Broadhead, S. 
Carano, G. Still, K. Blackvvell, T. Henderson, S. Boland, A. Rich, J. Palmer, 
T. Holden, L. Mann, S. Elrod, L. Spencer, M. McKenzie, N. Young, U. 
Watt, A. Khavatt, J. Beattv, K. Frank, V. Wilson 



LL 




tM 




Not Pictured in Group Picture: D. Arsenault, B. Richie, B. Hopkins, I 
Freeman, L. Tucker, J. Harris, C. Binnes, S. Hamilton 



Phi Mu 65 




Zeta Tau Alpha 



The Zeta Tau Alpha 
Fraternity was founded 
on October 15, 1898 at 
Longwood College, 
Farmville, Virginia. The 
Delta Gamma chapter 
was founded at High 
Point College on March 



15, 1957. We recently 
celebrated our 25th 
anniversary on this 
campus! Our colors are 
turquoise blue and steel 
gray and our flower is the 
white violet. Throughout 
the year we have several 



parties for the retarded 
children at Kendall 
Center, representing our 
philanthrophy of the 
Association for Retarded 
Citizens. 



President — Millie Price 
1st Vice President — Kristin Brown 
2nd Vice President — Barbara 
Benson 

Membership Chairman — Shelley 
Shovlin 

Secretary — Jean Williamson 
Treasurer — Elizabeth Daisey 
Historian-Reporter — Sandy Au- 
stin 

Panhellenic Vice President — Tam- 
my Riggs 
Ritualist — Kim Jones 



Zeta's enjoy a swimming party at 
the beginning of a new year! 



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66 Zeta Tau Alpha 



Front Row — Bonnie Eakin, Shannon Moore, Lissa 
Wood, Peggy Draper, Wendy Kauffman, Kim Jones, Eliz- 
abeth Daisey, Terrie Rea, Kirsten Kezar, Kim Woolsev 
Marte Delaney, Nikki Pompei, Kristin Howard, Sandy 
Austin. Row 2 — Tammy Riggs, Jane Heim, Lynn For- 
teleza, Jean Williamson, Trudy McDonald, LuAnn Blair, 



Shelley Shovlin, Kathv Odinski, Laura Blake, Tracy Oren- 
dort, Tammie Fish, Kathv McCullough Row 3 — Heidi 
Lehmkuhl, Rhonda Cecil", Kathleen Farley, Pat Victoria 
Rebecca Daisey, Teresa Timmons, Barbara Benson, 
Susanne Zuroff, Mary VanHorn, Peggy Cann, Susan 
Kernodle, Kara Tamaccio, Kristin Brown/Jenny Thomas. 




Zeta Tau Alpha 67 



An ADT PowWow 



Alpha Delta Theta Officers 

President: Charlene McDaniel 
Vice President: Anne Murphv 
Secretary: Shiela Smith 
Treasurer: Susan Durbana 
Pledge Trainers: Sandy Cornwell 
Denise Watts 
Suzanne Gillispie 
Chaplain/Songleader: Laure Walker 

Selwyn Heintz 
Publicity: Maija Ericksen 
Historians: Lisa Swing 

Kelly Lambert 
Social Committee: June Craft 
Shiela Craig 




Shiela and June are always cooking up something good. 



68 Alpha Delta Theta 




ALPHA DELTA 
THETA 



Alpha Delta Theta 
was founded at High 
Point College in 1954 as 
a Christian sorority 
promoting fellowship, 
worship, and service. 
Originally a 
continuation of a 
religion majors club, 
A.D.T. has grown to 
serve the college and 



the community. 

As "Sisters in the 
Service of God" ADT 
has adopted 
grandparents, helped at 
various receptions, 
collected for for the 
needy, sung at rest 
homes, and helped in 
other campus and 
community projects. 





Sisterhood 



June: " — I promise". 

Sheila C: "It don't matter." 

Marja: "Wait til I finish my coloring." 

Sheila S.: "Alright ya'll." 

Suzanne: "You're so stupid!" 

Corn: "You ain't right!" 

Anne: "Why am I here?" 

Carolyn B.: "It's not important." 

Denise: "Hey bro'!" 

Charlene: "I don't care." 

Selevyn: "I'm bothering you." 

Lisa: "I know, I know, I know ..." 

Laure: "I don't think so." 

Tig: "I don't need this." 

Karen: "I'm too young for this." 

Susan: "You guys!" 

Sharon: "Like . . . come on ya'll. I'm serious. 

Carolyn Binkley: "Where are my keys?" 

Cindy: "Smile and be happy!" 

Rachelle: "Do you understand?" 

Libby: "My hair! My hair!" 

Jennifer: "Great Day!" 



From left to right. Row one. Charlene 
McDaniel, Carolyn Binklev, Anne Mur- 
phy, Cindy Whitecotten, Carolyn Boyles. 
Second row: Kelley Lambart, Selwyn 
Heintz, Libby Johnson, Liz Crowford, 
Laurie Walker, Denise Watts. Third row: 
June Craft, Sheila Smith, Maria Erickson, 
Sandy Corn well, Lisa Swing, Sheila Craig. 
Not pictured: Jennifer Burroughs, Rachelle 
Cassity, Susan Durbano, Suzanne Gil- 
lespie, Sherri Hart Jones. 



Alpha Delta Theat 69 



Left to Right First Row: Glenn Groseclose, Mark White, 
Second Row: Tom Greco, Dave Marotta, Tom Abott, 
Grev Unchurch, R.C. Hill, George England Larry 
McCullough, Bob Ward, Joe Bell, Jeff Zivic. Third Row: 



Tom Williams, David Groseclose, Mark Pearn. Fourth 
Row Andv Bonar, Jon Glassick, Eddie Bamberg, Dave 
Weigle. Fifth Row: Keith Rowand, Andy Brown, Buzz 
Mackintosh, Mike Seigfried. 



President — Bob Ward 
Secretary — Glenn Groseclose 
Treasurer — Joe Bell 
Sgt-at-Arms — George England 




70 Delta Sigma Phi 



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Delta Sig ''Where Leadership 
Develops through Brotherhood" 



Grit: Tonight's face down in 

the gutter night. 

Bunky: A Cheeseburger and a 

little leg. 

Woman-. 1 want to live off 

campus. 

Iggy: All I need is a dime. 

Wings: **** it all !!'.! 

Oscar: My music: now that's 

real talent. 

Glenesis: Don't bother me, 

I've got a term paper due. 

Templeton: Ah Hah Hah Hah 

Hah . . . OOOOWWWW. 

Mom: Why didn't you leave a 

note? 



Spuz: No more Bruce, Elvis, 
Jukes, or Dire Straits!! 
Ziggy: I've never begged for 
anything. 

Mr. Berry: Being in love and 
being whipped are two 
different things. 
Droopy: The angels wanna 
wear my Red Shoes. 
Itch McGiggle: True or false?? 
Bowery Bum : Vodka, Orange 
Juice, and Bruce. What a 
night! 

Blutojr.: Well Junior, they 
won't listen to me. 
Peach: Hi guys, can I come in 



now? 

Clepto: Who me, steal? 

Mooch: Can I have a cigarette, 

a beer, anything? 

Plaque: Where's my big 

brother?? 

Mystery Man: Me Me Me Me 

Me 

Scar: I'm not Jersey riff raff! 

Fast one: I hate Pikas. 

Navel: You **** dog! 

Borehead: Who's date should I 

talk to next. 

Fer: Wrong, Loser, Big time 

loser!! 





(left to right) John York, Social Chairman; Steven Hatt, Treasurer; Chip 
Fleming, President; Mark Mann, Vice President; Bill Crabill, Secretary; 
Matt Kohn, Pledge Marshall. 




Opie and Chip show off 
their style. 

(left to right) First row: Dana Holmes, Ed Carpenter, Anne Maryse Lopez, 
Kurt Janicki, Kevin Newman, Tony Yelverton, Bill Crabill, Diane Sherry, 
Steven Hatt, Lisa Mann, Shellv Shovlin, Dana Arsenault, Chip Fleming. 
Second row: Rich Molinaro, John York, Kathv Williamson, Mike Reid, 
Mark Mann, Mary Gagner, Mike Etherton, Miriam O'Mallev. Third row: 
Mark Cunningham, Matt Kohn. Not in picture: Michele Pruitt, Sharon 
Sweeney, Mellissa Duncan, Millie Price. 



Theta Chi A Winning 
Tradition 



As another year comes 
to a close, the Theta 
Chi's look back at a 
fantastic rush, an 
excellent pledge class, 
and a year filled with 
many good times. In 
looking back these 
comments are left . . . 
Filo . . . When does the 
next train leave for 
Boliva. Bill . . . "Let's 
have a going to jail 
party." Chip . . . where 
is Theta Chi east? Scrat 
. . . "M.M. got any 
balloons ... EP is on 
the loose. "Opie . . . 
"Where is my step 
ladder . . . Donna is 
coming." Bad A — . . . 
"The valley girl 
syndrome is gone — " 



"Fer-Ser". Reid . . . 
"No, No not in my bed, 
Barrrf." Cotton . . . 
What's going down at 
the foxx. Train . . . 
"Don't worry fellows 
. . . I'll get it." 
Vans . , . "Yea, I'll 
drive 8 hours to cut the 
grass for mom." 
Amimal . . . "Just 
because I have 2 dates 
to drags, doesn't mean I 
can't wrestle both!" 
MTV . . . "Me 
Aqua-man, you 
Sealion." Beef . . . "Why 
do you smile when S.S. 
is mentioned." Kev . . . 
"No, I'm not going 
home now, I found 
some real fun here." 



72 Theta Chi 




T.N.D.C. A favorite pass-rime for all 
Chi's. 




ThetaChi 73 



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Coop, . . . there's only 2 
weeks left . . . John, Are you 
and Rhonda dating . . . 
AGAIN?! Don, Nominations 9 
, , . Offices 0, & no longer 
colorblind. Gladden, ALA1S 
JAMES BLOND . . . Sprink, 
How much did you tell Basil? 
. . . Victor, LAMBDA CHI'S 
Most Valuable Ultimate 
Frisbee Player . . . Koehler . . . 
and in this corner . , . Mash, 
Graduate plans — Admissions 
Counselor at HPC . . . Chris, 
Lambda Chi's token Theatre 
Major . . . Rory, . . . "but Dr. 
D., I don't care" . . . Scott 
Have you ridden Donna's 
yatch. Gary . . . the man who 
has done, seen, felt, & 
experienced everthing twice 
. . . BBBRADLEY, Donde Esta 
"Burt"? How about that coke 
machine! . . . Loy, Afternoon 
Delight 6:00 pm . .. Andy, 



What does fish smell like? . . . 
Red Bob, whale importer form 
Vanderbilt . . . Keith, Porno 
critic . . . Tom, Duke 
Connection Craig, WHO? . . . 
Billy Bob, matress theif . . . 
Chan & Bart, Do you worship 
in a temple? De St. eht Last 
Amernaci Virgin Bruce, my 
new book, "How to be a 
Perfect Son-in-Law" . . . 
Randy, The framed Lambda 
Chi. Allan, Do you like long 
legs? Steve H., Where you get 
that Drag's date? . . . Kevin, 
our 21 year old freshman . . . 
HHHutch, Where did you get 
that whiner? . . . LaPan, the 
man who does everthing well 
. . . Pete, skateboard king, 
double bogey Frank, from 
Quality to Quantify Clueless, 
"Don't ever call me Clueless 
again!" What's your GPAH! 
. . . Rick, I'll never drink 



before another . . . Mike, New 
York chipmunk . . . Basil, Jist 
Kiddin, Jist Kiddin , , . 
Rosenberg, who? . . . Curtis, 
Pool hall brawler , . . Dennis, 
. . . and what about my 
Mellow Yellow . . . Danny, 
Disco Lady Killer , . . Scott S., 
turn those shoes off . . . Jim 
S., Future High Point City 
Police Commissioner . . . 
Chip, is Greene Acres the 
place to be?! . . . John T., How 
many Chrisrman cards did 
you get from Deleeuw? . . . 
Ken, How was that Florida 
prom? . . . Dave Z., "Got a 
Shmmmoke?" . . . Steve C, 
Do those drumsticks have to 
be removed surgically J.T., 
"What's my 1st name, Victor? 
. . . Simon, Slappy J . . . Dave 
T. & Dave D., but we did'nt 
write on Gary's door . . . will 
maybe we did . . . 



Leaders Of The Brotherhood 




74 Lambda Chi 



Lambda Chi Alpha 



Stags dinner at Western 
Sizzlean. 







LAMBDA CHI ALPHA First row, left to right: Dennis 
Smith, second row: Scott McPherson, Andrew Stewart, 
Brad Miller, Ron,' Walton, Don Stewart, Keith Hutchins, 
Dave Koehler, Chris Heenan, Bob Kluckholn, Frand 
Livingston, Tom Andrews, Mike Peschio, Third row: 
Gary Cooper, Steve Firman, Danny Sparling, Steve Hen- 
ry, toy Sherrill, Curtis, Steve Ch'esser, Chan Hinman, 
John Brown, Dave Z Chip Stroup. Fourth row: Jim 
Stowe, Ken Zellar, John Travis, Bart Davis, Simon Lappi, 



Rick Norman, Keith Cummings, Jim Gladden, Gary 
Campbell, Jim Turner, Denis de St. Aubin. Officers: Firs't 
row: Brad Miller rush chairman, Second row: Jim Sprink- 
le, Tresurer, Dave Koehler, Ritual, Loy Sherrill, Secre- 
tary, Chris Heenan, Fraternity Education, Andrew 
Stewart, Scholarship, John Brown, President, Mark 
Mashburn, Alumni Chairman, Steve Firman, Vice- 
President, Gary Cooper, Advisor, Not Pictured — Jim 
Gladden, Social 



On May 15, 1954 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
was formally installed 
as Iota Phi Zeta at 
High Point College. 
This year markes our 
Thirtieth Anniversary 
here at H.P.C. This 
year also marks a great 
rush. We associated 
twenty-seven great 
guys. As the year 
progressed with the 
annual brother vs. 
associate member 
football game, parties, 
entertaining the 
children at Mills Home 
Orphanage with a 
cookout, and ringing 
the bells for the 
Salvation Army again, 
the members of 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
grew stronger in 
friendship and desire 
to help others. 



Lambda Chi 75 



L-R: Officers — Ken Huff, pledge 
trainer; Steve Hess, treasurer: Kevin 
West, secretary; Mike Louia, vice- 
president; Pat Connelly, president Ab- 
sent from photo: Bob Rossi, Rush 
Chairman; Greg Cornelius, Social 
Chairman 




Jay: "I swear 1 fell asleep with a beer in Woodstrock: "69 is divine." 

my hand." Slurp: "I had a rash, but we had sex 

Ron: "Fourth is better, but fifth is great." anyway." 

Creange: "If they can't take a joke, F Darren: "I'm hungry When's dinner." 

'em!" Rover: "I don't care Mrs. B., the rules are 

Joe Gibbs: "I'll tell her I love her if I have stupid." 

to." Cof. McBragg: "That reminds me of a 

Hickok: "How many pieces of pizza can story 

you eat?" Ted: "This year; Student Union presi- 

felackie: "Yo Sup Man" dent, next year the world." 



76 Pi Kappa Alpha 



.V-. : 



Famous Last Words . . . 



Gizmo: "I'm serious guys . . . 

this is a business meeting." 

Flounder: "Hey Junior, 

where's your telescope? hee, 

hee. 

T. Wynne: "Don't worry he 

passed out, we're as good as 

alone." 

Joe Kenny: "These are my 

pledges and this is a closed 

meeting!" 

Dave 1: "Um, He's on the 

bowling team and he shoots 

pool and he's and accounting 

major ..." 

Steve S.: "Let's go frog 

hunting." 

Junior: "Oh, 1 forgot to tell 

you — I'm a Bastard" 

Dealney: "F — it, half the 

campus is good guys ..." 

Gaybar: "Do I really have a 

pretty smile?" 

Rattle: "Now guys, I just 

wanna say one thine." 

Rappin' Lemmo: "It s always 

take, take, take, I get no 

respect." 

Spud: "The name is Kevin. 

You got that?" 

Cool Brad: "AAAAAAAAH! 

Some one pooted." 

PVT Oorah: "The marines 

haven't changed me — I've 

always had an attitude 

problem." 

Higgins: "I'm sick of this, I'm 

gonna pledge ZTA." 

Hess: ' Tvlike, you were 



supposed to wait for me to 

blow chow." 

Trippie: "It's a beautiful day in 

the neighborhood." 

Macher: "No — way my head 

is not too big for my body." 

Travis: "Give me 5 minutes 

and she'll be mine all night." 

Cheese Berger: "No way, 

man, she wants to play 'Hide 

the Bacon' I'm not touchin' 

her." 

Barry: "I'll go if Jane says it's 

okay." 

Louia: "I don't remember but 1 

heard I had a good time last 

night." 

Ingv: "1 don't like doing it 

with a raincoat on." 

Best: "Get a little zug-zug 

tonight." 

Chipper: "I'd like one in 

Yadkin." 

Waldo: "Shirts are in and the 

door's open." 

Guido: ' I can get top dollar 

for this bra at the Zeta Slave 

Sale." 

Messy Marvin:" I don't care 

what anyone says — 1 like 

her." 

Jabba: "I got a chocolate 

mousse with my whopper." 

Sam Jones: "Are you with me 

man/09?")(# ? ? 

Hedrick: "You guys are 

harassin' us too much." 

Collins: "What's the number 

of that modeling agency?" 




Pi Kappa Alpha 





We started the (x) year 
off right with a fantastic 
Rush when we pledged 29 
men . . . then off to Hang- 
ing Rock for the pledge 
brother cookout . . . mixer 
with the ZTAs . . . We pre- 
sented a Thanksgiving 
Dinner to a needy family in 
High Point . . The retreat 
at Gilrock . . . Looking for 
the flag (both pledges and 
brothers The Christ- 

mas Dance at Heritage 
Woods . . . Donation of 
S500. to Big Brothers/Big 
Sisters of High Point . . 
Pledge/Brother/Little Sister 
football game . . . Gangs- 
ters . . . Spring Rally and 
finally Dream Girl '84. 




Top to bottom L to R: Jim Reese, Robert Rossi, Todd Creange, Fred Berger, 
Tom Miller, Ken Huff, Pete Hickok, Kevin Connolly, Tom Wynne, Dave 
Ashe, Greg Macher. Stan Potter, Kevin West, Rob Hedrick, Steve Smith, 
Randy Rover, Mark Phelps, John Higgins, Mike Stakes, Sam Jones, John 
Aybar, Ron Barrans, Greg Pribble. Jeff Pate, Darren Clark, Jay Van 
Splinter, Jeff Namath, Steve Hess, Ted Coryell, Geoff Hill, Steve Frye, John 
Andres, Greg Shuskev, Coy Trawick. Terry Best, Ray Hotz. Mike Louia, 
Steve 'Ingram, Tom Leech, 'Greg Cornelius, Jim Flaherty, Tom Burgess, 
Waldo Rustrian, Barn,- Peronteau. Pat Connelly, Mike Lemmo, Chip Mes- 
sick, Don Delanev, John Harris, Paul McDonough, Jeff Collins, Dave 
Tomlinson Absent from photo: Chip Boose, Tom Scott. 



Pi Kappa Alpha 77 



FALL OFFICERS 



Faisal Gulzar, Donna Hoover, 
Marwan Shaban have a little fun 
after a meeting. 

Alpha Phi Omega is the only 
national fraternity which is de- 
voted essentially to service. Our 
three cardinal principles of lead- 
ership, friendship, and service 
has remained our goal ever 
since we were chartered on 
High Point College in 1957. 
We've found the true meaning 
of love by participating in this 
meaningful service program de- 
signed to improve all society as 
we improve our various talents. 
We've found the true meaning 
of happiness: the joy of giving 
and the awe of sharing 
ourselves through our words, 
prayers, and actions. We've also 
found the true meaning of suc- 
cess: To know one life has 




breathed a little easier because 
we were there to help. All in all, 
APO is worthwhile to all who 
have dared to be different, 
dared to commit themselves to 
high challenges, and dared to 
let someone else be strong. 

We all are grateful for the 
valuable experiences offered us 
this past year. We have spon- 
sored many Red Cross, blood 
drives, raised hundred of dol- 
lars during our Crop walk and 
stair climb for Cystic Fibrosis, 
and worked closely on projects 
with the Jaycees, United Way, 
Boy Scouts, Big Brothers, Big 
Sisters, and other voluntary 
agencies. Not only do we give 
oour services to the world and 
community, but we also have 
been dedicated to help out the 
H.P.C. campus in variety of 
ways. As long as there are needs 
unfilled, as long as there are 
dreams to share, hearts to love, 
and service to render, there will 
always be a Fraternity — Alpha 
Phi Omega! 




78 Alpha Omega 



MEMBERS PICTURED 
Don Ungemh, Luanne White, Art Payne, David Young (Pres.), Bonnie Hopkins, Wyeleen Kwan, Frank Meadows. 
Gart Evans, Bill Cope, Dee Fleenor, Sandra Swoboda, Tom Burgess, Sandy Brownell, Claire Hall, Marwan Shaban, 
Marsha Manos (Secretary), Cindy Mize, Denise Watts, Sean Moberly, Susie Harris Scott Heinecke Tom Butler, 
Mario Watson, Colleen Farrell, (V.P. of Membership), Victor Kosinski (V.P. of Service), Stan Taylor, Joe Smith Mike 
Bridger. 






Alpha Phi Omega, Mu 
Xi Chapter is a 
National Service 
Fraternity. It was 
chartered on the High 
Point College campus 



Alpha Phi Omega 



in April of 1957. This is 
their 26th year at High 
Point College. 
Throughout the years 
APO has served the 
college and the 



surrounding 
community. APO is 
America's largest 
Greek letter fraternity. 
The three principles of 
the fraternity are 



leadership, friendship, 
and service. The 
fraternity is co-ed. 



Halloween Fun 




Faisal Gulzar, Donna Hoover, Marwan 
Shaban have a little fun after a meeting. 



Fall Camping Trip 



Alpha Omega 79 



Flutter of the Green 
Ribbon, Go, Go, Go 



The wooly worm of 


who turned the event 


diligence crawled, 


into the carnival of the 


contracted, and 


books. The 


expanded from Wrenn 


hurdy-gurdy-man kept 


to Smith like an 


us entertained with 


undulating, segmented 


music, gifts, prizes, and 


organism of human 


snacks. The college wide 


atoms surgically 


job turned out to be 


programed to disect and 


most festive and just 


transplant the heart of 


plain fun. The move 


the college from an old 


was beautifully 


to a new body. The 


orchestrated and even 


renaissance is complete 


the news media added 


like the mythical 


to the air of excitement 


phoenix. The dialysis of 


with camera, helicopter, 


transfer was a success. 


and flocks of 




newspersons. Most of 


The brigade of students, 


us felt of this happening 


faculty, staff, alumni, 


as the official library 


and friends transferred 


dedication, the building 


the complete library 


has been sanctified by 


collection from one 


each of us, and blessed 


building to another on 


by all, including the 


February first. The fuel 


perfect weather. 


of learning passed 




through the hands of 


Viva liber. 


hundreds of volunteers 







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Wrenn Relinquishes 
And Smith Receives 



80 Library 



Her Majesty 




Up, Up, and Away! 

The Air Blows Hot and 
Warms Up Affairs. 



The panther ascended 
in his hot air balloon 
and followed the 1984 
Homecoming 
activities. What a 
happy fellow he was 
as he watched Her 
Majesty, Queen Kara 
Tamaccio, assume her 
throne and survey her 
subjects cavorting 
with abondonment. 
Her Majesty's court 
Kristin Brown, 
Teriann Cleary, Jeanne 
Davis, Lynn Fortaleza, 
and Miriam O'Malley 
looked on approvingly 
as the Hollywood 
Brats entertained and 
supplied the music for 
the evening at the Top 
of the Mart ballroom. 
Everyone enjoyed the 
pleasures of the 
dance. 

The afternoon Variety 
Show kept the 



audience tapping, 
humming, and 
clapping as the 
college's talented 
shared their abilities to 
entertain. The 
winning act was a 
guitar plucking and 
singing rendition of 
"Talking in My Sleep" 
and "Thinking of 
Laura" performed by 
Sherry Campbell and 
Anna Brady. In the 
opinion of the judges, 
Gart Evans, Mike 
Pittman, Jim 
Schlimmer, and Elinor 
Young, the field of 
performers was tops 
in quality. They were 
introduced by Dennis 
Smith, the amusing 
and energetic master 
of ceremonies. 

Terry Livingston and 
Coy Trawick took the 
second honor of the 



afternoon by sharing 
their vocal 

interpretation of "You 
Don't Bring Me 
Flowers Anymore", a 
bit of the torch song 
nostalgia. The 




multi-talented MC, 
Mr. "D", walked 
away with the third 
spot singing, "Still". 

It was close, close, 
close, the excitement 
of the evening, the 
Panthers in action. 
The elation of the fans 
at halftime was 
somewhat diminished 
by the game's end but 
none could fault 
Murphy's 8, Telleysh's 
1, Young's 12, Allen's 
7, Hoffman's 2, or 
Everett's 8. It was a 



super game just short 
of super-duper. 

The banner 
decorations at the 
game added to the 
spirit of competition 
and the award was 
presented by Gart 
Evans to the Alpha 
Gams. 

It was a top 
Homecoming 
celebration and hard 
to get the Panther to 
bring his balloon 
down to earth. 



Jim Sprinkle and Queen Kara Tamaccio 




The Queen was crowned and received her gifts. 



Queen Kara Tamaccio reigns at Homecoming 






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Student Union chairman, Ted Correyell, 
with Christine Craft after she spoke to the 
High Point College community. 




THINGS 
HAPPENING TODAY 

World Events Shape Student 
Opinions at High Point 



Nationally known sex 
descrimination lawsuit 
winner, Christine Craft, 
traveled to High Point 
College in November. 
Although a federal judge 
reversed Craft's half 
million dollar decision 
just three days before she 
spoke at High Point, she 
vowed that she would 
take her case as far as it 
takes until she wins. Miss 
Craft appeared through 
the joint efforts of the 
Student Government 
Association and Student 
Union. 

In World Wide events 
the news was constantly 
filled with reports of 
what U.S. troops were 
doing overseas. 

In Beirut, over 229 US 



Marines were killed and 
81 were wounded when 
an unknown terrorist 
group on a suicidal 
mission, leveled a three 
story Marine base. This 
was the greatest number 
of Americans killed in 
one day since January of 
1968 when 246 were 
killed in Viet Nam. 

The United States also 
committed troops to the 
small island of Granada. 
Over 3,000 men, some 
from the 82nd Airborne 
here in North Carolina, 
were part of the initial 
assault on October 25th. 
The United States did 
suffer in the attack, by 
losing 11 men with 67 
wounded. 




The Campus Responds with the Gift of Life 



82 World scope 



The Human Tragedy of Driving Drunk. 




Bill Heenam — U.S. Steel speaks to the Business students. 




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CAMPUS 
LIFE 

In early October the Stu- 
dent Life Committee spon- 
sered a Drug Awareness 
Weekend. A totaled car in 
which two persons were 
killed was placed in front 
of the Campus Center as a 
vivid reminder of what can 
happen when you drink 
and drive. A panel discus- 
sion Friday night included 
a High Point Policeman, a 
lawyer, doctor, bartender, 
and a brewery representa- 
tive of M. A. D. D. 
(Mothers Against Drunk 
Drivers) and a recovering 
drug victim. 



Audio Messages 

Speaking and Talking . . . Our 
Natural Means of Communicating 




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Campus Life 85 



DORM LIFE 



Students find that the 
dorms are more than a 
place to study and sleep. 
The dorm, for instance, 
becomes a part of the 
student's personality. 
Room decor ranges from 
pre-caveman concrete to 
posters of cats, dogs, and 
Lionel Richie. 

The dorm room can 
also become a dining 
room at times. Midnight 
munchies hit ... the only 
logical answer is to order 



a pizza. With Dominos 
just a phone call away, 
they are more than 
convenient, they're good. 
From hot plates to hot 
irons, stereos to study 
lamps, televisions to test 
papers, the student's life 
is one full of adventure. 
No one can dispute the 
point that dorm life is 
something that has to be 
experienced to be 
appreciated. 





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Dorm Life 87 




HOLIDAYS 



Halloween weekend 
was a time for many 
students to dress up as 
their favorite fantasy. 
Friday night found over 
250 HPC students at the 
JC Fairgrounds dancing 
the night away. Rob 
Leonard of Z-93 radio 
provided the music as 



the Student Union 
dance was once again a 
big success. 

The mystical weekend 
of ghosts and goblins 
saw the basement of 
McCulloch Hall 
transformed into a 
Haunted House. Over 
300 hours of work were 
put into this project by 
the Dorm Council. The 



Women's Dorm Council 
helped out by serving as 
guides through the 
Haunted House and 
they also shared in the 
fun and profit. 

The Annual Service of 
Lessons and Carols was 
held in early December 
to kick off the Christmas 
celebration here on the 
HPC campus. The 



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service included 
students, faculty, and 
staff, along with the 
music of the High Point 
College Singers. After 
the service students 
were invited to Dr. 
Lucht's home for a 
Student Reception. 




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of defeat was typical 
sports year. The year had its mo- 
ments of glory and its periods of 
frustration. Over all, it was a year 
of accomplishment for High Point 
College sports. 



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ment of glory after winning the Mel Hamilton spikes a spec- 
conference championshop. tactular serve. 




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92 Sports overview 




Soccer players use their speed to 
get the ball. 



A year in sports 



i year of hope, 
promise, disappointment 
and glory describes the 
sports year for High 
Point. A high light of the 
year was the volleyball 
team qualifying for the 
NAIA National Volleyball 
Tournament for the 
second straight year. 



Another high light was 
the ladies tennis team 
qualifying for the NAIA 
National Tennis 
Tournament for the 
second straight year. On 
the male side, the 
highlight of the year was 
the mens soccer team 
winning the Carolina 



Conference 
Championship for the 
second straight year and 
qualifying for the District 
26 soccer tournament for 
the second straight year. 
It was a very productive 
year for all people 
involved in HPC sports. 




Can 1 return it? 



A Delta Sigma Phi goes for the goal. 



The 

Panthers 
dream of a 
great 
season. 

"a 

J- JLfter posting the best 
over all record in District 26 
a year ago, but not making 
the playoffs, the baseball 
panthers had a better sea- 
son. The team was lead by 
Pitcher Andy Dupree who 
pitched and played first 
when not pitching. Coach 
Jim Speight commented 
"Defensively we were 
pretty good in the outfield 
and infield but our hitting 
was always a problem." 



NO 


NAME 


POS 


25 


Wayne Albrecht 


P 


12 


David Barnes 


P 


9 


Mark Barnes 


OF 


2 


Bob Barra 


2B 


14 


Carl Bradsher 


OF 


4 


Scottie Carter 


2B 


16 


John Carry 


OF 


6 


Jeff Collins 


P 


22 


Andy Dupree 


P-1B 


42 


Mike Everett 


1B-3B 


5 


John Fitz 


3B 


24 


Tom Gamble 


P 


41 


John Hamilton 


IB 


8 


David Hooker 


C 


3 


Mike Homiak 


2B 


19 


Barry Kellam 


P-1F 


17 


Brian Kemp 


C 


11 


Ronnie Lucas 


3B 


39 


David Marotta 


SS 


21 


Danny Mizell 


P 


43 


Jeff Pate 


OF 


15 


Keith Rowand 


IB 


23 


Jim Scott 


P 


13 


Rodney Speas 


OF 


1 


Ron Stroup 


SS 


20 


Charles Waynick 


OF 


7 


Lee Whitney 


C-1B 




Going 


for a hit. 


94 Baseball 






BASEBALL 



SAFE or OUT???? 




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Schedule 


FEBRUARY 




Saturday, 25 


vn 


Sunday, 26 


VP1 


Monday, 27 


Susquehanna |DH] 


Tuesday, 28 


Susquehanna (DH) 


Wednesday 29 


Susquehanna (DH) 


MARCH 




Thursday, 1 


N C State 


Sunday. 11 


Wake Forest 


Western Carolina [DH) 


Monday, 12 


Western Carolina 


Tuesday, 13 


Gardner-Webb 


Wednesday, H 
Saturday, 17 


California State 


Buffalo 


Saturday, 17 


Fairmont State 


Sunday, 18 


Guilford 


Tuesday, 20 


Pembroke 


Thursday, 22 


Gardner- Webb 


Sunday, 25 


Western Maryland 


Wednesday. 28 


Catawba 


Thursday, 29 
Friday, 30 


FJon 


ACC 


Saturday, 31 


Wmgate 


APRIL 




Sunday, ] 


PfeiHer 


Monday, 2 


N C State 


Tuesday, 3 


Wake Forest 


Wednesday, 4 


Lenou-R-hvne (DH) 


Thursday, 5 


Duke 


Friday, 6 


Pfeiffer 


Saturday, 7 


Guilford 


Tuesday. 10 


Pembroke 


Wednesday. 1] 


Catawba 


Thursday. 12 


Elon 


Saturday, 14 


Wmgate 


Sunday, 15 


Atlanh-c Christian 


Wednesday. 25 


St Augustine's 


Friday, 27 


Si Augustine's 


COACH |im Speight 



Taking the pitch. 



Baseball 95 



What is he doing? Soccer players use quickness to avoid the goal 



T, 



he soccer team won conference and all 
the Carolina Conference district teams in 1982. 



crown for the second 
year in a row. The team 
was lead by Juniors 
Angelo Stewart and 
Bobby Rapp who were 
both selected to all 



Coach Gibson 
commented, "We played 
aggressively and smart 
at midfield, so we had a 
very profitable season." 




Soccer players use their heads 




You can't have the ball. 



96 Soccer 



Soccer Team repeats as 
champions. 




WOMEN'S BASKET 



Panther guard Allison Moore goes up for a shot while Ursula Watt (23), 
Susie Ramirez (10), and Gigi McPherson (24) go for the rebound. 










UNC-Asheville 


48-82 


1 


Winston-Salem State 


68-62 


W 


Atlantic Christian 


60-72 


I, 


Pembroke 


56-96 


I 


Guilford 


53-71 


1 


Lnior-Rhyne 
Mars Hill 


60-83 


1 


61-74 


L 


Pfeiffer 


80-87 (2OT) 


L 


Catawba 


50-49 


W 


Winthrop 


56-65 


L 


Elon 


43-77 


L 


Wingate 


60-78 


1 


E. Tennessee State 


37-74 


I 


Pfeiffer 


72-83 


1 


Campbell 


52-61 


L 


Catawba 


59-73 


1 


Wingate 


76-85 


L 


Atlantic Christian 


52-61 


L 


Guilford 


74-70 


W 


Elon 


55-75 


1 


Radford 


63-78 


I 


Pembroke 


53-71 


L 



Front row Left to Right — Ursula Watt, Susie 
Ramirez, Karla Thornhill, Cathev Cassady. Back 
Row Left to Right — Allison Moore, Gigi McPher- 
son, Melanie Hamilton, Angie Green, Coach Nancy 
Little. 




98 Women's Basketball 




Coach Little 

says Lady 

Panthers 

Should Win 

More Than 

Lose. 



T, 



he Lady Panthers 
are hoping to improve 
on last years record 
which was 3-20. Three 
players played volleyball 
until November 20 and 
leading scorer Ursula 
Watt was lost for a 
period of time with a 
broken hand. 

The 1983-1984 year 
looms big for High Point 
with four returning 
letter winners from a 
year ago and several 
promising newcomers. 
Starting for the Panthers 
will be Watt and Susie 
Ramirez at the guards, 
Melanie Hamilton and 
Gigi McPherson at the 
forwards, and Lisa Jones 
at center. 

Coach Little, in her 
fifth year, says, "We 
have excellent small 
forwards and guards but 
we are still in need of a 
center as Jones is 
actually a forward." 

Freshman who should 
help the Panthers are 
Angie Green, Allison 
Moore, and Cathey 
Cassady. 

Coach Little says, 
"With no injuries and 
everybody eligible we 
should win more than 
we lose." 



Gigi McPherson (24) and Ursula 
Watt (23) go up for the ball. 



Women's Basketball 99 






HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

MEN'S BASKETBALL 



Danny Murphy takes freethrow 




Mike Miller 5' 8", Fr. 
Danny Murphy 5' 11" Jr. 
Odell Walker 6' 3", Jr. 
John Hamilton 6' 1", Jr. 
James Otterman 6', Fr. 
Ron Telleysh 6' 5", Fr. 
Andy Young 6' 3", Fr. 
Dave Young 6' 3", Jr. 
Kenny Hill 6' 1", Jr. 
Hugh Gelston 6' 6", Fr. 
Jeff Allen 6' 7", Fr. 
Terry Samuels 6' 6", So. 
Jim Hoffman 6' 7", So. 
Mike Everett 6' 3", Sr. 





21 Belmont — Abbel 

23 Wingate 

26 Pembroke 

2&3 Guilford Tourney 

7 Atlantic Christian 

10 Guilford 
Jan. 7 Lenoir — Rhyne 
Jan. 11 Belmont — Abbey 
Jan. 14 Catawba 
Jan. 18 Elon 
Jan. 21 Pfeiffer 
Han. 25 Atlantic Christian 
Han. 28 Lenoir — Rhyne 
Feb. 1 Pembroke 
Feb. 4 Catawba 
Feb. 8 Wingate 
Feb. 11 Guilford 
Feb. 15 Elon 
Feb. 18 Pfeiffer 
Feb. 23 Gardner — Webb 
Feb. 28 — Mar. 2 Conf. Tourney 
Mar. 6-8 District Tourney 
Mar. 12-17 NA1A Nationals 



Coach Jerry Steele looks on with 
hope. 



Men's Basketball 101 



Field 
Hockey 

T 

-L he High Point 
College Field Hockey 
team had an outstanding 
year this year culminating 
in two of our players 
playing in National 
Tournament. The team 
spent most of the season 
building and growing as 
they were a young tream 
and new to each other. 
Carol Bidderman and 
Carol Williams were 
chosen from the Deep 
South Tournament at 
A.S.U. to play on the 
South East team in the 
National Tournament in 
Long Beach, California 
over Thanksgiving. 
Another highlight of the 
season was that the 
South East Sect, of which 
High Point is a part, was 
second in the nation. We 
are certainly proud of 
our team. 




The thrill of victory: often felt by 
the team this vear. 



102 Hockey 



Fighting like cats and dogs, or rather panthers. 




First Row: Linda Miller, Amy Lowell, Jenny Jones, Sharon Packen 
Second Row: Lou Taylor, Sandra Anderson, Tiele Hadsock, Carol 
Bidderman, Carrie Langis Third Row: Lisa Neill, Colleen Colleen Far- 
rell, Carol Williams, Dana Holmes, Carol Williams. 





ASU 


3 


HPC 


1 


Duke 


3 


HPC 


1 


Duke Club 


n 


HPC 





HPC 


2 


Tobacco Road Club 





HPC 


n 


Davidson College 





HPC 


1 


Catawba 





Wake Forest 


1 


HPC 





Pfeiffer 


1 


HPC 





Radford U. 


3 


HPC 





HPC 


4 


Hollins 





Pfeiffer 


1 


HPC 





HPC 


2 


Wake Forest 


1 


HPC 


4 


Durham Club 





HPC 


I 


Tobacco Road Club 





HPC 


3 


Davidson College 


1 


Catawba 


3 


HPC 


3 


Longwood 
HPC 


3 


HPC 





4 


Wake Forest 


2 


Duke Club 


3 


HPC 


2 


HPC 


1 


Durham Club 






Hockey 103 



Conference Champs at 
work. 



Senior, Ursula Watt, serving up another victory for the Panthers 




USC-Spartanbure vs. HPC 
UNC-C vs HPC 


L 


W 


Wingate vs. HPC 
WSSU vs. HPC 


W 


W 


Coastal Carolina vs HPC 


W 


UNC-VV vs. HPC 


L 


L'NC-Ash Tournament 


L 


St Aug. vs. HPC 


W 


Shaw vs. HPC 


W 


Elon vs HPC 


W 


Mars Hill vs. HPC 


W 


Guilford vs HPC 


L 


A&T vs HPC 


W 


Lenoir Rhvne vs. HPC 


W 


UNC-Ash vs. HPC 


W 


Pfeiffer vs. HPC 


W 


Catawba vs. HPC 


W 


Winthrop vs HPC 


1. 


Guilford vs. HPC 


L 


Pembroke vs HPC 


I. 


WSSU vs. HPC 


W 


ACC vs. HPC 


W 


Bennett vs. HPC 


w 


Lenoir-Rhvne vs. HPC 


W 


Gardener Webb vs HPC 


W 


Conference Iournament 




Elon 


w 


Pembroke 


w 


ACC 


w 


District 2b Tournament 




ACC 


w 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


w 


Bi District Tournament 




Wilmington Del 


w 


S W Texas 


L 


Franklin Ind 


1 




Lady Panthers preparing for attack 



Backrow Specialist, Susie Ramirez, 
doing her thing. 



104 Volleyball 



The High Point Lady Panthers 

Spike their way to the Nationals 



T, 



Cinthva Ismael in her All- 
Conference form 



he Lady Panthers 
wrapped up another 
very successful season 
this past year, finishing 
with a 24-12 record. The 
Ladies won the 
Carolina's Conference, 
District 26, and NAIA 
Bi-District 

championships, which 
earned them their 
second straight trip to 
the National 
Tournament. The Lady 
Netters beat Montana 



Tech in the first round 
of the Nationals, before 
falling to South Western 
Texas and Franklin 
College of Indiana. The 
Panthers have now won 
seven of the past nine 
conference titles and 
have gained respect 
throughout the league. 

Congratulations to the 
Lady Panthers for the 
excellent reputation they 
have made for High 
Point College. 




Standing — left to right — 
Susie Ramirez, Ursula Watt, 
Anne Lopez, Seated — left 
to right — Melanie Hamil- 
ton, Kim Manass, Monique 
Idol, Cinthya Ismeal, Teesha 
Grubb, Karla Thornhill. 







Volleyball 105 



Men's Tennis 

This year's mens team had year Tennis coach Ed Ray 

six returning team commented, "The 

members. The team experience we gained in 

leaders were Sami Nahri our fall matches and 

and Pekka Makela who tournament payed off 

played in the number one during our spring season, 
and two positions. First 



Coach Ed Rav doing what he does best. 




106 Men's Tennis 




Women's Tennis 



This years womens 
team had seven return- 
ing team members. The 
team leaders were 
Seniors Ana Medina, 
Annei Kivinleni, There- 
sa Regnante and 
Lynn Sharkey who all 
played in the top four 
postions. Coach Steele 
commented, "We had a 
good performance from 
experienced players." 



Clockwise from top left: Theresa Sweatman hits a solid return. Concentration is the name of 
the game for Deidra Ettus. Go for it! (Lynn Sharkey) Simply awesome. (Terry Schroth). 




Women's Tennis 107 



INTRAMURALS. . . Occurring within the limits. 



Heres to ya! 



Up, up and away! 




The Intramural program 
is a service of High 
Point College. The 
sports that are offered in 
the fall are ultimate 
frisbee, soccer, tennis, 
track and volleyball. In 
the spring basketball, 
bowling and golf are 
offered. The Theta Chi 



are leading in the 
overall point standing 
with Lambda Chi 
second. Bob Davidson is 
the faculty supervisor 
with John Carty, Robert 
Rapp, Bob Watkins and 
Bob Weikworth are the 
students running the 
program. 





Intramurals 109 



Cheer- 
leaders 
leading 
H.P.C. to 
victory. 

The spirit of the High Point 
cheerleaders is vibrant 
under the direction of 
Richard Hoffmann. One of 
the main highlights of the 
squad is the panther, Mike 
Horniak, who is very en- 
tertaining to watch during 
the game. Another high- 
light is, of course, the 
cheerleaders with their 
mounts, and their gymnas- 
tic pyramids. The 1983-84 
cheerleading squad of 
High Point College has 
boosted a lot of spirit 
among the fans and, we, 
the fans thank you for get- 
ting us psyched up for the 
games. 




110 Rah Rahs 





The spirit of the High Point 
cheerleaders is vibrant under 
the direction of Richard 
Hoffmann. One of the main 
highlights of the squad is the 
panther, Mike Horniak, who 
is very entertaining to watch 
during the game. Another 
highlight is, of course, the 
cheerleaders with their 
mounts, and their gymnastic 
pyramids. The 1983-84 
cheerleading squad of High 
Point College has boosted a lot 
of spirit among the fans, and 
we, the fans, thank vou for 
getting us psyched up for the 
games. 



Rah Rahs 111 



CLASSES 





SENIORS 



Wayne Albrecht 
Lynn Andrews 
Jose Armenteros 
Carol Bastable 



Julie Beatty 
George Boose 
Chris Booze 
Thomas Burgess 



Anna Brady 
Donald Brower 
Allison Brown 
John Brown 



Kristin Brown 
William Brown 
Renee Cartret 
Teriann Cleary 



Patrick Connelly 
Beverly Clement 
Jeff Cook 
Emily Cooke 



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114 Seniors 







Sandy Cornwell 
Kevin Curling 



Kimberly Curry 

Ana Maria Diaz de Medina 



Carlene Dix 
Susan Durbano 
Richard Edwards 
Sharon Elrod 



Ruth Fiege 
Steve Firman 
Wendy Fishel 
Mary Forcum 



Davy Formyduval 
Angelo Franco 
Curtis Frazier 
William Frazier 



Seniors 115 



SENIORS 



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Ginger Green 
Glenn Groseclose 
Beth Grubbs 
Corinne Hadden 



Carolyn Hamilton 
Melanie Hamilton 
Carol Harris 
Renee Heath 



Crystal Hedgecock 
Renee Henry-Marsh 
Kimberly Higgins 
Tonya Hogan ^S 



Brent Halshouser 
Donna Hoover 
Bonnie Hopkins 
Wendy Hora 



William Horniak 
Anne Howard 
Timothy Igweburke 
Carrie highs 




116 Seniors 



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Faces 

of 

The Future 

Screening the keyboard's dictates. 






Jono Jackson 
Anthony Jenkins 



Regina Jensen 
Kimberly Jones 



Victor Kosinski 
Wyeleen Kwan 



Tom Leech 
Ian Lewis 



Michael Louia 
Sharon Lowe 



Seniors 117 



118 Seniors 



William Lucas 
Charles McCarthy 
Denise Machamen 
Julie McLamb 



Mark Mashburn 
Tony Matthews 
David Matzko 
Frank Meadows 



Cindy Mize 
Scott Morgan 
Anne Murphy 
Karon Nelson 



Jeffrey Nichols 
Cynthia Nifong 
Remmy Noasueze 
Miriam O'Malley 



Alma Ortz 
Sharon Packen 
Cindy Palmer 
James Parker 




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Keith Pierre 
Michele Pruitt 



Theresa Regnante 
Tony Roberson 



Joseph Roberts 
Deborah Robinson 



Lionel Rogers 
Waldo Rustrain 



Lane Sapp 
Brian Sarnecki 



Seniors 119 



SENIORS 



Debbie Scanlon 
Diane Sherry 
Terry Shively 
Micnele Shovlin I 



Anne Sink 
Bill Sledge 
Alan Snow 
Toyce Southern 



Rodney Speas 
Beth Spencer 
Kim Stepp 
Don Stewart 



Lisa Stowe 
Sharon Sweeney 
Lisa Swing 
Kara Beth Thomas 







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Karla Thornhill 
Barry Tilley 
Patncia Victoria 
Laurie Walker 




120 Seniors 





Robert Watkins 
Anthony Watson 
Ursula Watt 
Denise Watts 



Robert Weckworth 
Lynn E. Whitaker 
Suanne White 
Lee Whitney 



David E. Young 
Nancy Young 
Zeff Zivic 



Seniors 121 



JUNIORS 



Cyndi Binns 
Jennifer Boroughs 



Virginia Budd 

Mona Celeste Burgess 



Debbie Campbell 
Laura Cederle 



Alison Collins 
Holly Collins 



William Cotham, Jr. 
Bill Crabill 




122 Juniors 





Branson Davis 
Camille Davis 



Robert Dennis, Jr. 
Michael Elliot 



Larry Fleming 
Lvnn Fortaleza 



Bill Frampton 
Suzanne Gillespn 




Juniors 123 



JUNIORS 



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John Hamilton 



Todd Harmond 



Rachel Harward 




Lee Hendrix, Jr. 
Karen Hernandez 
Dana Holmes 
Monica Husserl 



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124 Juniors 





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Tammy Johnson 
Kimberlv Jones 



Lori Kennedy 
Kirsten Kezar 



Anneli Kiviniemi 
Phillip Knmminger 



Tammara Lamb 
Simon Lappi 



Lisa Leonard 
Terri Livingston 
Clifford Lopp 
Charlene McDaniel 




Juniors 125 



JUNIORS 




John McGovern 
Betty Jane Mclnvale 



Lisa Mann 
Mark Mann 



Michael Masemoie 
Mary Jane Hill 



James Mitchell 
Marion Morris 



Cedric Nash 
Brad O'Brien 





126 Juniors 






Joe Patton 
Art Payne 



Eric Pegg 
Hope Phelps 



Edna Millay Price 
Robert Rap'p 



Robert Rossi 
Donna Rudd 




Juniors 127 



JUNIORS 



Greg Shuskev 



Kent Sides 



Joseph Smith 



James Spainhour 
Pamela Elizabeth Spease 
Lolita Spencer 
Sharon Starkey 




128 Juniors 




Tamara Swaim 
Sandra Svvoboda 



Renae Tallev 
Jan Van Spfinter 



Jeff Voglar 
Anthonv Watson 



Pamela Welch 
Lewis Wheless 



Jean Williamson 
Vera Wilson 
Paula Winton 
Suzanna Zuroff 



Juniors 129 



SOPHOMORES 




Terry Aiken 
lames Beall 



Barbara Benson 
Carol Bidermann 



Luann Blair 
Francisco Bloch 
Anderson Bonar 
Kelly Brisentine 



Linda Bulla 
Nita Burchette 
Jeffrey Burkhardt 
Renee Byers 



Shari Campbell 
Filo Carpenter 
James Carr 
Tina Casey 



130 Sophomores 





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Mayra Cedres 
Paul Childers 
Ted Coryell 
Susan Cox 



June Craft 
Sheila Craig 
Lisa Creed 
Cora Beth Crowell 



Christopher Dalton 
Denis de St. Aubin 
Martha Delane 
Margaret Draper 



Sophomores 131 



SOPHOMORES 



Betsy Driver 
Ginny Dunn 



Kim Eads 
Melanie Epperson 



Marja Erickson 
Calleen Parrel 



Suzette Ferrand 
Daniel Firebaugh 



Karen Ford 
Randv Frederick 





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132 Sophomores 




Steven Frye 
Marie Giofre 
Cvnthia Gleiser 



Kelli Green 
Allan Haggai 
Charles Hall 



Claire Hall 
Thomas Harragny 
Larry Hednck 



Scott Heinecke 
Selwvn Herntz 
%<«A« Terrv Henderson 



John Higgins 
Elizabeth Highfill 
Raymond Hotz 






Sophomores 133 



SOPHOMORES 



Kenn Huff 
Barbara Hurley 



Jeffrey Inslev 
Cinthva Ismael 



Lance Jarrett 
Melanie Jordan 
Karen Kasting 
Wendv Kauftman 



Philip Kev 
Amal Khayyat 
Laura Knciuse 
Opie Kohn 



Susan Kuchinskas 
Kellev Lambert 
Lewis Lawrence 
Vanessa Lemmon 




134 Sophomores 









Michael Lemmo 
Anne Maryse Lopez 
Paul McDonough 
Kim Maness 



Marsha Manos 
Linda Miller 
Jerry Min 
Patrick O'Sullivan 



Jennifer Palmer 
Barry' Peronteau 
Blavne Perry 
Stanley Potter III 



Sophomores 135 



SOPHOMORES 



Jeffrey Rosenberg 
Jim Scott 
Gwen Shanks 
Sandra Shaw 



Steve Smith 
Andrew Stewart 
Grace Still 
Melinda Stroud 



Annette Proctor 

James Reese 

Tammy Fave Riggs ^^^ 

Cathv Robinson ^^i 



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136 Sophomores 





Kim Ellen Suda 
Kara Tamaccio 



Charles Taylor II 
Ashlev Teague 



Janet Temple 
Mary Elizabeth Van Horn 
Craig Van Steenhurgl 
LaFontaine Washington 



Derek Weygandt 
Cinthia Ann Whitecotton 
Carol Ann Williams 
Lissa Mood 



Terrv Wood 
Alicxa Wright 
Thomas Wynne 
Anthony Yelverton 



Sophomores 137 



FRESHMAN 



Thomas Abbott 
Issam Abuasba 



John Adkins 
Saad Ahmed 



John Andres 
Peggie Arvidson 



Edward Bamberg 
Layne Bartenheld 



Kenneth Beard 
Carolvn BinkJey 
Laura Blake 
Stacy Boland 
Carorvn Boyles 



Vada Braswell 
Teresa Brewer 
Andrew Brown 
Sandra Brownell 
John Butler 




138 Freshmen 









Peggy Cann 



Linda Carroll 




Cindy Casperson 




Cathey Cassady 



Rachelle Cassity 
Lee Cockerill 
Kevin Connolly 
Andrea Cope 
Susan Copeland 



Robert Corbin 
Rjchard Cotton 
Todd Creange 
Tammv Creasy 
Keith Cummings 



Freshmen 139 



FRESHMAN 



Jeanne Davis 
David Dunham 



Maria Echard 
Michael Etherton 



Lisa Evans 
Michael Fitts 



Sharon Fowler 
Grene Foy 



Lori Frve 
Daryl Gadson 



Kellv Goins 
Beth Granev 





140 Freshmen 






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Faisal Gulzar 
Alison Guv 
Susan Hamilton 
Susie Harris 



Robert Headriek 
Jane Heim 
Steve Henrv 
Patrice Higgins 



Elizabeth Hill 
Geoffrey Hill 
Heidi Hirsch 
Crawford Hobgood 



Richard Hobson 
Kristin Howard 
Terry Hutcheson 
Kurt lanieki 



Brent Jarrel 
Deborah Kerr 
Nancy Knipp 
Linda Knowles 



Thomas Lamb 
Jon La Pan 
Jov Lawson 
Heidi Lehmkuhl 



Freshmen / 141 



FRESHMEN 



Danny Leonard 
Barke Long 



Louise Lopez 
Kevin Love 



Aileen Lynch 
Mimi Mackrenzie 



Lisa Mckeown 
Stacey Maloney 



Cindv Maness 
Catherine Manvel 
David Marotta 
Barry Martin 
Thomas Miller 



Sean Moberlv 
Ann Moler 
Richard Molinaro 
Jane Morris 
Laura Murtha 




142 Freshmen 





Lori N 



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Lisa Neill 



Stephanie Newbern 



Bob Parkinson 



Yazmin Pastrana 
Jeff Pate 
Keith Plymals 
Nicole Pompei 
Sandv Potterfield 



Greg Pnbble 
Jerry Puckett 
Basil Qubain 
Terrie Rea 
Amy Rich 



Freshmen 143 



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FRESHMEN 



Sara Rivas 




Michael Robbins 




Michael Roberts ' 




Randv Rover 




Amv Rovvton 





144 Freshmen 





Gary Russell 
Terry Schroth 
Marwan Shaban 
Christopher Shuping 



Mitchell Simpson 
Sylvia Simpson 
Elizabeth Smith 
Salvann Smith 



Terri Smith 
Angle Sninder 
Lora Songster 
Michael Stakes 



David Tewksbury 
Jenny Thomas 
Jon Travis 
Coy Trawick 



Donn Ungemah 
Bunny Wagner 
Tonya Walters 
Noelle Watson 



David Eigel 
Sarah Wenley 
Karen White 



Freshmen 145 




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Center comprising 2.3 million 
square feet covering 3 city 
blocks, is the world's largest 
furniture exposition building. 



Market Square formerly the 
Thomlinson Furniture Compa- 
ny factory built in 1900. It has 
been restored and placed on the 
national historic register. 



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High Point is the 
college and the 
college is the 
community of High 
Point. The wedding 
took place in 1924 
and we have grown 
together. 

Commercially and 
culturally we have 
become inexorably 
tied in elevating our 



The Wesley Memorial Methodist 
Church kindly supplies their 
facilities and lovely sanctuary 
for the High Point College 
graduation sermon. 



educational offerings 
and enriching the 
lives of our citizens 
with classes, 
programs, and gifted 
intellects and artists 
who are the measure 
of any colony. 

In return, the 
community sponsors, 
endorses, and 
contributes to the 
well being of the 
college. We are 
grateful to one 
another. 

Thank you, our city, 
for your assistance. 



From the college's 
Home Furnishings 
Marketing to our 
Student Career Intern 
Program, the school 
taps the expertise of 
the businesses of the 
city to enhance our 
academic offerings. 
These experiences are 
made possible by 
sympathetic 
executives, directors, 
and operators. We 
acknowledge our 
debt to our far 
sighted civic leaders 
and realize their 
investment in our 
future. 





Aerial view of the old City Lake. 



High Point was founded in 1859 as the "highest 
poult" on the North Carolina Railroad. 



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