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CAROLANA 



THE UNIVE 



1969 
vol. I 




FOREWORD 



In this very important year in the still short history of our school, the staff of the 
Carolana wishes to give special thanks to the community of Spartanburg for its 
support. During a time when USC-S has had no campus of its own, individuals 
and organizations throughout the city have offered the use of their facilities. For 
this cooperation the students of USC-S are humbly grateful. 

Next fall with the completion of its first new building USCS will be firmly 
installed on its own campus. However, it is hoped that the ties between the 
university and the people of Spartanburg will not be reduced but will be allowed 
to grow. In response to the hospitality which has been extended to the 
university by the citizens of this area, USCS pledges itself to an ever-widening 
program of service. 




DEDICATION 



The yearbook staff, on behalf of the faculty, the 
administration, and the students, proudly 
dedicates our annual to the man responsible for 
the smooth operation and steady growth of the 
University of South Carolina at Spartanburg. His 
devotion to the school has been an inspiration to 
all of us. Whenever there was a basketball game, 
he was there. Whenever there was a truck to be 
unloaded, he was there. Whenever there was a 
student with failing grades or faltering spirit, he 
was there. Whenever anyone needed a helping 
hand, our director Dr. Norbert Stirzaker was 
there. 




TABLE OF 



Introduction, p. 6 





Faculty And 
Administration, p. 20 



Athletics, p. 66 





Classes, p. 30 




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Organizations, p. 56 



Features, p. 76 



CONTENTS 



OUR CAMPUS . . . 
THE PIEDMONT 




Tieasurably in our rapid 
ansion is the County 
Be it designing new 
acilities, explaining the 
a Bunsen burner, or 
-: ling a public hearing, these men 

have shouldered the task of translating our 
dreams into reality. 



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The university at Spartanburg is also 
fortunate in its relationship to the main 
campus in Columbia. Lending us a helping 
hand, presiding on dignified occasions, and 
correlating our efforts with those of the 
university are Dr. Thomas F. Jones, 
president; Dr. William H. Patterson, 
provost; and Dr. John J. Duffy, assistant 
provost for the regional campus system. 






While we were awaiting the completion 
of our new building, 




the old county health building 
became our temporary home. 



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But the architects were also busy, 




and the final plans took shape. 



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Meanwhile, fall registration was completed, 





and the learning process 
continued uninterrupted. 



For many of our students who divided their time between 
the hospital and the classroom the days began early . . . 





and ended late. 




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Some students combined business and 
pleasure by congregating in the Roost . 






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while others found the quiet solitude of the 
library to be the best place to study. 



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However, none of us became dull 




from all work and no play. 






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Finally, the big day arrived, 






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and the dignitaries gathered for the ground-breaking. 

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Soon, the steel reached into the heavens, 






and USC-S was building with bricks as well as with scholarship. 



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ADMINISTRATION 



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Be it in economics, in nursing, or in any of a thousand 
different areas of study, the faculty of USC-S is 
responsible for guiding us in our desire to become 
well-educated and to obtain a successful position in life. 
The students are aware of the concern, the time, and 
the understanding which every faculty and staff 
member contributes to our total education, and we 
humbly thank them for sharing their knowledge and 
experience with us. 






Dr. Norbert A. Stirzaker 
DIRECTOR 




Paul T. Mack 
ADMISSIONS OFFICER 



Frances Hackett 
SECRETARY- 
ADMISSIONS 



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John H. Dowling 
GUIDANCE COUNSELOR 




Betty Ebert 
FACULTY SECRETARY 





Marian Murph 
SECRETARY TO DIRECTOR 



Jeanette Baldwin 
BOOKKEEPER 




Phillip Fernandez 
JANITOR 



Haley McCoy 
JANITRESS 



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ANDREW T. CROSLAND 
George Peabody College, M.A. 
English 



DONALD R. KNIGHT 
University of Tennessee, M.A. 
English 



H. M. HAMMOCK 
East Tennessee State 

University, M.A. 
English 





CHARLOTTE SHUFORD 
Vanderbilt University, M.A. 
English 



ENGLISH, our national language and a proud heritage, 
provides a key not only to the past but to the future as 
well. Hidden between the covers of books are the 
thoughts of those countless numbers who went before, 
and these thoughts are the foundation for knowledge to 
come. To the English professors we express our 
gratitude for teaching us to read with mature 
understanding and to communicate effectively and 
coherently. 



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Duke University, M.A. 
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ROSS C. CLARK 

University of North Carolina, 

M.A. 
Biology 



ROBERT L. HARVEY 

Oregon State University, M.S. 
Chemistry 



DAVID E. TAYLOR 
Appalachian State University, 

M.A. 
Biology 





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SCIENCE . . . from atoms and amoebas to E = MC and 
DNA, our never-ending quest for know^ledge may be 
scientifically fulfilled. 





PAUL LITHARD 
Universities of Bogota, 

Freiburg, Strasburg 
Licence Spanish, German, 

Philology 
French — German 




MARTHA CAROLYN WYNN 
University of Georgia, M.A. 
Spanish 



LANGUAGE professors are those v^/idelytraveled and 
interesting people who guide us through the com- 
plicated grammar and vocabulary of another language 
until it becomes a traveling companion. Along the way 
we develop a deeper understanding of other countries 
and other people with different beliefs and traditions. 



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JAMES D. CAMP 

University of South Carolma, 

PhD. 
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JOHN B. EDMUNDS 

University of South Carolina, 

Ph.D. 
History 



ERIC JOLLY 

Ohio University, M.A. 

Economics 





JAMES P. SLOAN 
Tulane University. M.A. 
Political Science 



RICHARD T. SPONG 

George Peabody College, M.A. 
Psychology 



SOCIAL STUDIES allows us to venture back through the ages to discover what 
made our ancestors succeed or fail and by so doing to mold our plans for the 
future. Napoleon, Washington, Freud, Columbus . . . these are the people who 
live among us today, and these are the professors who help us to encounter 
them in ourselves. 



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JOHN W. LACKMANN 
Texas A & M University, M.S. 
Mathematics 



CHARLES E. STAVELY 
Memphis State University, 

M.S. 
Mathematics 



MATH has become within the last generation one of the most compHex and 
useful of the sciences. Today college math exposes the student to far more than 
basic algebra and arithmetic. While an understanding of math helps us make 
change, keep a budget, or balance a checkbook, the math professors go even 
further by teaching us the principles which will build the skyscrapers and Apollo 
8's of tomorrow. 





LIBRARY is a word which is synonymous with 
knowledge. Through great books it enables us to visit 
other countries, meet great historical people, or answer 
whatever questions we might have. 



JANE JOHNSON 
Louisiana State University, 

M.S.L.S. 
Librarian 



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NANCY E. BABB 
Tift College, B.S. 
Nursing 

MILDRED B. LYLES 
DePaul University. B.S. 
Nursing 



Shots . . . thermometers . . . bedpans 
. . . sponge baths . . . the joy ot seeing a 
patient recover . . . this is the lite of the 
student nurses and these are the nursing 
instructors who guide and help them 
through a discipline as demanding as it is 
rewarding. 




DOROTHY ANN PEARCE 

Emory University, M.N. 
Nursing 

LOIS R. WIGGINS 

New York University, M.A. 

Nursing 




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Dr. Harold Moody, school physician, gives a lesson in interpreting a hospital chart. 




BUSINESS . . . rotary calculators, 
IBM selectrics, dictaphones — all 
are a part of a dizzy wonderland 
familiar to USC-S business 
students. Feet planted firmly on 
the ground and heads reeling with 
dollars and cents and proper 
business procedure, these young 
men and women will enter a 
vocation as old as recorded time, 
but as modern as the space age. 




MARGARET LESESNE 

University of South Carolina, M,A. 

Business 




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Student life at USC is not all work, but an endless 
round of study and fun. There are, of course, those 
troublesome in-class English themes; but between 
classes the Roost is the center for marathori^ bridge 
games as well as last minute cram sessions! 



SOPHOMORES 





Alton Jones: 
PRESIDENT 



Wanda Lawson: 
VICE-PRESIDENT 



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William Woods Able 
Bruce Wayne Alverson 
Brenda Ballard 



Joyce Ann Betenbaugh 
Stanley Bernard Bishop 
Sandra Kay Black 



Jerome Reeves Boyce 
Michael Carl Brownlee 
Macon Earle Byce 



Wanda Cheryl Campbell 
Donnie K. Cantrell 
Suzanne Thompson Clement 



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Karen Marie Clubb 
Nancy Hazel Collins 
James Philip Condon 



Richard Clifton Dean 
Samuel Richard Easier 
Robert Floyd Ewing 



Jeanne Mane Flannery 
Beverly Jewel Gala nek 
Vera Lynn Galloway 



Neal Arch Gibson, Jr. 
Jane Hines Golightly 
Kathleen Dickson Good 




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Robert Alan Hargreaves 
Roy Kenneth Harrlll 
Virginia Ann Harris 



Joyce Anne Henderson 
Marsha Ellen Hester 
Jean Robbins Hines 




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Donna Rea Holllfield 
Waler Garth Holmes, Jr. 
Laura Kay Hyatt 



Constance Maxine Johnson 
Alton Lee Jones 
Lucretia Ann Jones 






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Billie Bethea Kimbrell 
Paula Lynn Lattimore 
Wanda Jean Lawson 



James Boyd Leavitt 
Judith Annette Under 
Miriam Elizabeth Martin 



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Joanne McAbee 

Shephard Smith McArthur. Jr. 

Clara Love Mclntyre 



John Edgar Morgan 
Claudia Ann Morris 
Kathryn Arline Moseley 



Mary Ann O'Donnell 
Amelia Juanita Owens 
Ellen Sara Parker 



Fred Wells Parker 
Barbara Joanne Poteat 
Sherry Jo Radford 




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Nancy Paulette Ragan 
John Edward Ready 
Michael Lynn Riddle 



Nancy Elaine Rogers 
Carolyn Lamb Sexton 
Joyce C. Sinclair 



Angela Parris Smith 



Peggy Darline Smith 



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Doris Acton Taylor 
Brenda Louise Thompson 
Linda Mae Thompson 



Lois Jeanette Turner 
Curtis William Vaughn 
Einora Rector Vinson 



William Kenneth Waldrop 



Carole Lynn Webber 




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Mary Dianne West 
James Clay Whin 
Julia Kay Whitt 



Annie Elizabeth Wilson 

Martha Jane Young 

Stephen Franklin Zimmerman 




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FRESHMEN 







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Robert Layne: PRESIDENT 




Dave Welchel: VICE-PRESIDENT 



Ann Scruggs: SECRETARY-TREASURER 



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Robert Allen Adier 
Janice Kay Albright 
William Lee Alexander 
Carolyn Marie Allen 



Judith Elaine Allen 
Ralph Leonard Allison 
Ben Edwin Alverson 
Robert Israel Anderson 



Robert Wayne Anderson 
Gary Earl Andrews 
William Ronald Bagwell 
David Preston Bates 



Nancy Linda Barton 
Bobbie Jean Beddingfield 
Susan Marion Belcher 
Stephen James Billings 



Bruce Wilson Blackwell 
Nancy Carol Boulware 
Claudia L. Brantly 
Veronica Faye Brewer 



Forest Lee Bridges 
Benjamin Keith Brown 
Carl Harold Brown. Jr. 
Jesse Eugene Brown 



Nancy Elizabeth Brown 
Jessie Louise Bullington 
Joseph Harold Burns 
Elizabeth Ann Bush 



Glinda S. Butler 
Charles Randolph Caldwell 
Kenneth Lanier Caldwell 
Mary Gwendolyn Caldwell 



Sue Anne Calloway 
Linda Dianne Calvert 
Don Bruce Camby 
James Reginald Campbell 



Beverly Sue Cannon 
Shirley Frances Center 
William Jackson Chapman 
Trudy Dianne Charles 





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Laurls Ann Chesney 
Michael Hugh Clary 
Geraldine Clayton 
John Chapman Clements 



Lenore Baker Clowney 
John Samuel Coakley 
Donna Gail Coffee 
Charles Travis Collins 



Gail C. Collins 
Randall Finch Collins 
Linda Gail Costner 
Frank F. Crocker 



Robert Eston Davidson 
Helen Diamond 
Gregory Pearce Dodkin 
Donald Floyd Dowda 



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William Michael Doyle 
Sandra Suzanne Easier 
Joe Harrison Edge 
Sheila Joyce Edwards 



Larry Eugene Epiee 
Choice Lee Eubanks 
James Curtis Floyd, Jr. 
Mack Roy Floyd. Ill 



Judy Elizabeth Forbis 
John Harold Foster 
Anthanette H. Fowler 
Linda Wilkosz Fowler 



Melinda Jeanne Freeman 
Irene Robbs Fusco 
Alice Ann Gallman 
Billie Jean Garner 



John James Garrett 
Nancy Lee Gault 
Kathy Dianne Geddes 
Ralph Edward Gibbs 



William Frank Giles 
Audrey Elizabeth Gilstrap 
Joanne Gossett 
Martha Dianne Gowan 




Nona Mane Greene 
William Daniel Gregory 
Jo Frances Griffin 
Yvonne Miles Gwinn 



Lufher Hinkle Hallman 
David Lynn Hammett 
Steven Arnold Hammett 
Sylvia Carolyn Hammett 



Nancy Katharine Harris 
Valerie Jane Harris 
Deanna Christine Harrison 
Mona Lisa Henderson 



James Walter Hendrick 
Mary Ann Hendrix 
Frances M. Henry 
John Charles Henry, Jr. 






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Kathleen Hallie Hill 
James Curtis Hipp 
John Clifford Hodge 
Douglas E. Holcombe 



Joseph Henry Hourihan 
Lynn Harnett Huff 
Danny Ray Hughes 
Sandra Estelle Humphries 



Donald Steven Jackson 
Larry Hugh Jenkins 
Danny James Johnson 
Drucilla Denise Keller 



Freddi L. Keller 
Mary Jane Kellett 
Trudy Ann Kelly 
Ronnie Paul Kimmons 





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Mildred Christine King 
Mary Elizabeth Kingery 
Deborah Gall Kirby 
Ginger Lee Lackmann 



Joyce Ann Landrum 
Stephen Prather Lanford 
Mary Kay Langston 
Philip Michael Lawrence 



Robert Louis Layne, Jr. 
William Jones Ledbetter 
John Stephen Letler 
Sally Elizabeth Ligon 



John Terrell Lipscomb, Jr. 
Daniel Freeman Lloyd 
Joe Ann Love 
Charles William Lowe, Jr. 






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William Henry Lowe. Jr. 
Gary Herbert Malcolm 
Julanne Hunter Maloney 
Jacob Glendon Masters 



Nancy Jill Maynor 
Judith Denise McAbee 
Kathy Gail McAbee 
Raymond David McCallister 



Dale Judson McClellan 
Harold Robert McClure 
Edward Detroit McCoy 
James Edwin McDonnell 



Terry Roland McDowell 
Betty Skelton McGougan 
Ruth Harris McGraw 



Gloria Ann Meadows 



Dennis Edward Miller 




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Annette Guttirie Mizzell 
Danny Ryan Moore 
Sandra Kay Oakes 
Larry Edward Oliver 



Patricia Anne Oliver 
Margaret Anne Ouzts 
Deborah Kay Parr 
NIckie K. Parris 



Peggy Jolene Parris 
Linda Kay Parton 
Mary Agnes Paslay 
Ray Daniel Peeler 



Linda Sims Pennington 
Carol Ann Phelps 
Craig Lee Pierce 
Roger Danny Plemmons 



Doloris Lynn Pope 
Earl Leon Pruitt 
Roy Albert Pruitt 
Walter Dixon Reaves 



Nancy Ellen Reid 
Kathleen Ann Reynolds 
Steve Robertson 
Michael Fred Roddy 





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Mary Elaine Sanders 
Earllne Sayles Scott 
Pauline Betslll Scott 
Patricia Ann Scruggs 



Marion Elizabeth Sears 
Kenneth Lynn Seay 
Peggy Jean Shirley 
William Earl Shockley 



Tracy Mitchell Shook 
Shirley Jean Simmons 
Randolph Vernon Simpson 
Deborah Ann Sklar 



Donna Lou Smith 
James R. Smith 
Julie Hayes Smith 
Louis Perry Smith, Jr. 





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Merian Patricia Smith 
Nelson R. Smith 
Scott Hale Smith 
Wilma Diane Spencer 



Jackie Dennis Staton 
Harnett Faye Steadman 
Jerry Mason Steadman 
Warren Clifford Steen 



Louis Donald Stubblefield 
William Vincent Suttles 
Noel Bateman Swain 
Gene Lynn Tapp 




Danny Neal Taylor 
John Edward Taylor 
Roger Dale Tench 
James Franklin Thomas 









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Linda Faye Thompson 
Roger Layne TInsley 
Joanne McMillin Todd 
Fred Humphrey Tuck, Jr. 



Carroll Douglas Tucker 
Wilhelmena Maude Valentine 
Louis Elkin Vaughn 
Ronald L. Vickers 



Joe Carroll Watson 
Sarah Joanne Weathers 
David Edward Welchel 
May Joyce West 





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Michael Terry West 
Peggy T. West 
Janie E. Wheat 
Josephine White 



Robert Donald Williams 
Harry Charles Wimberly 
Larry Michael Wottord 
Emily Elaine Wood 



Tyrone Keith Wood 
Carol Ellen Woolen 
Pamela Gayle Wright 
Beverly Kay Wyatt 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



School organizations provide the students with the 
opportunity to become leaders, to put original ideas into 
effect, and to work beside others with similar interests 
and enjoyments. Through school clubs the students of 
USC-S have learned to exchange ideas and a laugh or 
two, and to help the school function as a college. 






STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 







standing: Gary Andrews, Ann Scruggs, Jamie Hendrick, Dave Welchel, Joyce Henderson, Scott 
Smith, Mike Riddle, Bill Able. Seated: Robert Layne, Lucretia Jones, Wanda Lawson, Alton Jones, 
Joanne McAbee, Johnny Foster. 



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Mike Riddle 
PRESIDENT 



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Lucretia Jones 
VICE-PRESIDENT 



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Joyce Henderson 
SECRETARY 



Bill Able 
TREASURER 



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Mr. Knight, advisor, Geraldine Clayton, Jamie Hendrick, Carol Boulware, Beverly Cannon, Joanne 
McAbee, Sam Easier, Joyce Henderson, Willie Lowe. 



CAROLANA 





Carol Boulware 
EDITOR 



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Lucretia Jones 
EDITOR 




Top: Mr. Hammock, advisor, Lucretia Jones, Lynn Galloway, Bill Able. Bottom: Smitty 
McArthur, Robert Layne, Chris Harrison. Nancy Harris. 



CAROLINIAN 




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PHOTOGRAPHY 
CLUB 




Officers Pruitt and Layne prepare to make an enlargement. 




Earl Pruitt, Robert Layne, Jimmy Floyd, Charles Caldwell, Larry Wofford. 



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Tony Sprouse, Claudia Morris, Willie Lowe, Paula Lattlmore, Alton Jones, Geraldine Clayton, Bruce 
Alverson, Dave Welchel. Robert Layne, Joyce Henderson, Jimmy Floyd, Carol Boulware, Joanne 
McAbee. 




BRIDGE 
CLUB 




Officers Lowe, Jones, and Henderson pause before the lead to a weak dummy. 



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INTERNATIONAL 

RELATIONS 

CLUB 



Mrs. Johnson speaks of Pakistan. 




Sammy Easier. Linda Costner, Earl Pruitt, Lauris Chesney. Johnny Foster, Judy Allen. Larry Wotford. 



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STUDENT NURSES 

ASSOCIATION 

OF 

SOUTH CAROLINA 




Back row: EInor Vinson. 

Smith, Martha Jane Young. 

Roberson. 

Wilson. 

Johnson. 

O'Donnell. 

Gardner, 



Angela 
Darlene 
Nancy Ragan. Libby 
Second row: Connie 
Mrs. Lyies. Mary Ann 
Joanne Poteat. Cheryl 
Jane Golihtly, Cathy 
Swindle, Cathy Mosley, Julia Whitt, 
Dons Taylor, Joyce Sinclair, Pat 
LIbner, Brenda Thompson. First row: 
Jeannette Turner, Claudia Morris, 
Judy Brown, Dianne West, Joanne 
McAbee, Paula Lattimore, Linda 
Thompson. 





Back row: Nona Green. Trudy Kelly. 
Nancy Brown, Frances Henry. Fourth 
row: Shirley Simmons, Debbie 
Newman, Martha Cassel, Debbie 
Kirby, Julanne Malaney, Jeanne 
Flannery, Debbie Fox, Janice 
Mullinax. Third row: Alice Gallman, 
Elaine Sanders, Gail Collins, Pat 
Garrett, Anthanette Fowler, Gwyn 
Caldwell. Elsie Osborn. Joyce 
Landrum. Jane Harris. Second row: 
Bobbie Beddingfield, Beth Gilstrap, 
Margaret Ouzts. Gloria Meadows, 
Christine King, Jeannie Freeman. 
Sheila Edwards, Jessie Bullington, 
Joan Moore, Judy Forbis. First row: 
Kay Langston, Carol Phelps, Mary 
Ann Hendrix, Wilhelmina Valentine, 
Joanne Love, Pat Oliver, Linda 
Fowler, Kathy Geddes. 



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Athletics play an important role in the life of our school. 
This year we were represented in athletic competition 
by our basketball, golf, and tennis teams. And from the 
pregame huddle to the final gun our young men were 
enthusiastically supported by our dedicated 
cheerleaders, who were always there with a yell or a 
shoulder to cry on. Whatever we may have lacked in 
tradition and experience, we made up for by hearts full 
of school spirit, 



BASKETBALL . . . 



Characterized by never-ending pride and 
well-mannered sportsmanship, the USC-S 
basketball team represented the school well 
this year. It gave the students something to 
cheer for and something to be proud of. Win 
or lose, the Bantams, who lived up to their 
scrappy name, were a force to be reckoned 
with. 




Coach Mack wrings his hands. 




Jones tries for a re-bound. 



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Top: Bill Vaughn, Elbert Jones, Mike West, Stanley Bishop, Ralph Allison, Butch Summey. Bottom: 
Chris Worrock, Don Jackson, David Cooper, Dennis Staton, Danny Johnson. 




Above: Johnson battles a tough Union defender. Right: West stuffs in two sure points 



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Leading our fans in scfiooi cheers and supporting our athletic teams this year were: Claudia Morris, 
Carol Boulware, Paul Lattimore, Miriam Martin, Judy Allen, Geraldine Clayton, Joanne McAbee, 
Libba Ligon, and Marsha Hester. 





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Rockin' an' reelin' 





Concentration 



Captain Judy Allen 



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West spearheads a fast-break 




and once again the cheering squad sings, "Go, Bantams, Go.' 



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GOLF 



Unlike other sportsmen, golfers — those 
sunburned gentlemen of the green — 
pursue the low score. Afternoons find the 
USC-S golfers battling hooks and slices at 
the Peach Valley Country Club course, 
where they practice free of charge. 
Under the discerning eye of Coach Ham- 
mock, they have shown steady improve- 
ment from locker room, to sand trap, to 
18th hole. 






Bottom: Gary Andrews. Jimmy Floyd, Scott Smith. Top: Johnny Foster. Frank Giles. Smitty McArthur, 
Tommy Caldwell, Coach Hammock. 




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TENNIS 



In the spring cries of 15 and 30 love fill 
the air. Not the mating calls of thousands 
of Ft. Lauderdale-bound students, these 
shouts signal the opening of the tennis 
season. This year a large coeducational 
squad showed up for the first practice. 
Although the women could not officially 
participate in matches, the men's team 
unanimously agreed that the first drill was 
by far the most enjoyabe of the year. 





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Spong. Top: Bill Vaughn, Reggie Campbell, Bruce Alverson, Stanley Bishop, Ken Harrill. Ralph 
Allison, Jim Condon, Louis P. Smith. 



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FEATURES 



Students come to the university seeking the opportunity to 
broaden their education and to lay the foundations of 
success. However, some of them bring more than 
ambition. With them come leadership, spirit, 
imagination and beauty. These are the students who 
make college a more meaningful experience for 
everyone. 













MISS SOPHOMORE 



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Miriam Martin 



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MISS FRESHMAN 




Carol Boulware 



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SOPHOMORE BEAUTIES 





Joanne McAbee 



Paula Lattimore 



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FRESHMAN BEAUTIES 





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Judy Allen 



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Joanne McAbee 



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BASKETBALL 
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Susan Clary, last year's queen, relinquishes the crown. 



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Paula Lattimore, Gary Andrews. Joanne McAbee, Mike Riddle, Miriam Martin. Ken Harrill, Nancy 
Ragan. Jim Condon. 





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OUTSTANDING 




Freshmen; 



Carol Boulware 



Robert Layne 



Earl Pruitt 



Judy Allen 



Jamie Hendrick Nancy Harris 



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STUDENTS '69 




Sophomores: 



Lucretia Jones 



Bill Able 



Susan Clary 



Joyce Henderson 



Mike Riddle 
(not pictured) 



Miriam Martin 



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