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ADMINISTRATION .16 21 

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SGA 102 104 

MAGGIE'S DRAWERS 105 

YEARBOOK STAFF 106/107 

NEWSPAPER STAFF 108/109 

CHORALEERS 110111 

PHOTO CLUB 112 

LETTERMEN CLUB ... 113 

^UNIVERSAL CLUB 114115 

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PEP BAND 117 

OUTDOORS CLUB 118 

GUN CLUB 119 

SES 120 

SNA 121 

VSL 122 

BSU ._123 

ACTIVITIES 126/149 

ATHLETICS 150'171 

MEN'S BASKETBALL 152 

CHEERLEADERS 158161 

CROSS. COUNTRY 162 

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL .163- 

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL 166 

JUDO 167 

TENNIS 168 

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STAFF OF CAROLANA 1^75-76 

^EDITOR , LISA VVILKINS 

ASSISTANT EDifbR STEPHEN HALL 

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ORGANIZATION LUHOR ....'' W.AND«#cCALL 

-GfcASS EDITOR RANDALL BURNETT 

ADMINISTRATION/COPTEDITOR ,. i'HEN GROCE 

FACULTYSTATF EDITOR Ogmm^BA SWANK 

L AROLANA SECRETARY ^WtFhy CONNER 

CAROLAlsJA TYPISTS M.VRsHA sWANN 

• -• JIM POTTS 

CATHY CONNER 
STEPHEN GROCE 

PHOTOGRAPHERS MIKE CHARLES 

JOEL HAWKINS 

LESTER RICHARDS 

SUSAN HARRISON 

RANDALL BURNETT 

STAFF , .SALLY McCONKEY 

SANDY THORE 

RENEE SMITH 

CINDY ASHFORD 

CAROLANA ADVISOR BECKY PATTERSON 




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NOW TWO HUNDRED YEARS EATER, OUR 
ROOTS ARE STIEE SIMPEE, BUT OUR EIVES ARE 
VERY COMPEICATED 





Pioneer recreation was simple and limited. 






Today we have limitless options to occupy our 
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Today's architecture is large, impressive, and some- 
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Our forefathers fought a war for freedom, and 
the right to follow their own destiny. 




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It is our struggle to continue that fight for freedom. 







We have progressed further in two hundred years 
than our forefathers ever dared to imagine. We live with 
comforts and pleasures still unkown in many parts of the 
world. But let us not become so complacent in our lives 
that we lose sight of our humble beginnings. And let us 
not forget the thousands of people who gave their lives, 
so that we might preserve our heritage and traditions. 

We, the staff of The Carolana 1975-76, together with 
students, faculty, administration and staff of the Univer- 
sity of South Carolina at Spartanburg salute generations 
past who were brave, enduring, ever patient, and 
helped bring us this far. We pledge to carry on in that 
great tradition. 



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ADMINISTRATION 




USC-S Director 
Dr. Olin B. Sansbury 



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Joe Bowman M.S. 
Athletic Director 



Anthony Pappas PH.D. 
Director of Career Planning 



Eric Jolly M.A. 
Registrar 



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Ron.-ld G. Eaglin PH.D 
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Doyle Boggs M.A. 
Public Information Office 




William G. Kissell M.BA 
Coordinator For Cont. Ed. 






J. Thomas Davis III M.S. 
Dean For Student Affairs 



Paul M. Mack M.A. 
Admissions Office 



Arthur George B.S. 
Placement Counselor 



Not Pictured: Ted R. Eilenburg, Rivers Hall, Albert Gray, Mary Louise Konen. 



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Spartanburg 
Commission For Higher Education 




The members of the Spartanburg 
Courity Commission for Higher Educa- 
tion are (L to R): G. S. Brooks, Harold 
Davis, Bill Burroughs, Dr. G. B. 
Hodge, Louise Howell, Cleveland Har- 
tey. Not pictured are: Jack Cobb and 
Dr. /. P. Coan. 



Rifle Regiment Officers 



Officers of the Rifle Regiment are (L to R): 
Charles Stavely, Zerno Martin, Steve 
Ashcraft, David L. Parks, and foe Boicman. 




Carolina-Piedmont Foundation 




Members of the Foundation's Board of Directors are (L 
to R): Walter Demopoulos, Robin E. Hood, Dr. John 
E. Keith, and H. S. Clarke. 



Foundation members include (Front Row); 
Hubert Hendrix, and (Right) Richard Turkey. 
In the back rozo are; Fred Moffitt and Joe King 
(Right). 



The Foundation President is Horace Smith 
(Left) and the treasurer is Ernest Klutlz 
(Right). 




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The officers of the Alumni Association are (L to R); foe Bowman, athletic director; George McDowell, memberof the 
board; Cornelia Steele, Chairperson of the Board; James R. Smith, President; Mrs. Susan Brown, secretary; James 
Broum, treasurer. 



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FACULTY 




Teacher of the Year 
James Sloan 



At left: Walnut Grove. 



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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS 




Elbert L. Menees 

M.B.A. 

Division Chairman 



Meyer Drucker 

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David Glenn 

M.B.A. 



Michael Jilling '^ 

M.A. 
W. C. Kissell 
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Betty Baldwin 

M.Ed. 

Joseph Bowman 

M.S. 



Tom Hawkins 


Tom Davis 


Ph.D. 


M.S. 


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Jane Davisson 




M.Ed. 




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Barry Franklin 
Ph.D. 



Jean James 
M.A. 



Lou Konen 
Ph.D. 



Rebekah Patterson 
M.A. 




William Reitmeier 
M.S. 



Miriam Sheldon 
Ph.D. 



Carol Smith 
M.A. 



Jessie Wall 
D.Ed. 



FINE ARTS, LANGUAGES, AND LITERATURE 




Carolyn Wynn 

M.A. 

Division Chairman 



Vergene Colloms 




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Alfred Muiler 
Ph.D. 



Emmanuel Seko 
Ph.D. 



Elizabeth Sikes 
M.A. 



Virginia Smith 
M.A. 



NURSING 




Helen Biehl 

M.Ed. 

Division Chairman 




Joan Campbell 

B.S.N. 

Marv Coggins 

B.S. 



Susan Dent 

B.S. 

Norma Hendra 

M.Ed. 



Marjorie Keller 

M.S. 

Deanne Ledford 

B.S. 



Nancy Babb 
M.S. 




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Lois Marriott 
M.Ed. 



Victoria Poole 
M.S. 



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B.S. 




Mary Taylor 
B.S. 




Carole Willmot 

M.N. 



SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, 
AND MATHEMATICS 




David E. Taylor 

M.A. 

Division Chairman 



James Barnes 

Ph.D. 

Robert Harvey 

M.S. 






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Charles Stavely 

M.S. 

Millard Ulmer 

Ph.D. 



SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 





John Edmunds 

Ph.D. 

Division Chairman 



James Brown 
Ph.D. 



Alice Henderson 
Ph.D. 




Conway Henderson 
Ph.D. 



Gordon Mapley 
Ph.D. 



Dane Russo 
Ph.D. 



James Sloan 
M.A. 



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LIBRARIANS 



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Robert Perrin 

MLib. 

Senior Librarian 




Anne Bailey 



Gwen Gaither 



Valerie Bumie 





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ADMINISTRATION STAFF 





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Jane Bradley 



Mike Bruce 



Joyce Butler 



Ann Carter 



Susan Gilmore 




Albert Gray 



Frances Hackett 




Mariah Murph 



Barbara Owens Elizabeth Owens 





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Anthony Pappas 



Peggy Rowe 



Jackie Sherbert 



Ruth Shiplett 





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Class Presidents Left to Right: 
Vonnie McMillan — Freshman, 
Joel Elder — Junior, Tommy Small 
— Sophomore, Danny Wilson — 
Senior. 



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SENIORS 




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Beth Alexander 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Elementary Education 



C. Altenhofen 

Taylors, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



David Anderson 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Accounting 



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Judy Anderson 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Secondary Education 



Ronnie Babb 

Inman, S.C. 

Education 



Carolyn Bailey 

Taylors, S.C. 
Nursing 




Henry Bailey 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Political Science 



William Bailey 

Greenville, S.C. 

Business Administration 



Stephen Bannister 

Greer, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



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Wayne Beard 
Glendale, S.C. 
Social Studies 



Sandra Besnoy 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Business Administration 



William Bielmyer 

Greenville, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 




Angella Bishop 

Inman, S.C. 

Biology 



OUie Bramlett 

Taylors, S.C. 

Nursing 



Robbie Brewington 

Union, S.C. 

Early Childhood Education 




James Brooks 
Spartanburg, S.C. 
Physical Education 



Madeline BroyhiU 

Union, S.C. 

Early Childhood Education 



Fredda Bruce 

Woodruff, S.C. 

Early Childhood Education 



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Harold Bumette 

Lyman, S.C. 

Business Administration 



Donna Camby 
Pacolet Mills, S.C. 
English Education 



Len Carroll 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Accounting 




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Danny Carter 

Union, S.C, 

Bachelor of General Studies 



Woodrow Casey 

Woodruff, S.C. 

Physical Education 



R. D. Chasteen 

Greer, S.C. 

Early Childhood Education 




Sarah Qowney 

Roebuck, S.C. 

Education 



Carmie Cook 

Greenville, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



Barry Copeland 

Greer, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



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Joan Crain 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Education 



Jo Davis 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Baclielor of General Studies 



Carolyn DeShields 

Greer, S.C. 

Early Childhood Education 





Steve Douglas 
Inman, S.C. 
Psychology 



Lynn Duckett 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Education 



Kathy Eatman 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Secondary English Education 





George Edwards 

Simpsonville, S.C. 

Political Science 



Robert Edwards 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Management 



Sharon Edwards 

Landrum, S.C. 

English Education 



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Mike Elliot 

Inman, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



Pat Epps 

Greenville, S.C. 

Nursing 



Karen Faulkner 
Inman, S.C. 
Accounting 




Daniel Finley 


Sarah Foster 


Fred Fowler 


Greenville, S.C. 


Union, S.C. 


Spartanburg, S.C 


Business 


Bachelor of General Studies 


Business 




Janet Galloway 

Pacolet Mills, S.C. 

Education 



Steven Galloway 

Wellford, S.C. 

Psychology 



Debra Gaskins 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Elementary Education 



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Roy Gauthier 

Gaffney, S.C. 

Bachelor of Genera! Studies 



Ben George 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Accounting 



Mary George 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Business 




Jan Gosline 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Early Childhood Education 



Debra Gosnell 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Journalism 



Jill Gossett 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Early Childhood Education 





JoAnne Grunow 

Taylors, S.C. 

Nursing 



Christy Guyton 

Pacolet Mills, S.C. 

Early Childhood Education 



John Gwinn 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Journalism 



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Wayne Gwinn 

Fairforest, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



Yvonne Gwinn 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Elementary Education 



Steven Hammett 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 




Edith Hammond 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Nursing 



Ann Harrelson 

Duncan, S.C. 

Secondary Education 



Kathy Harvey 

Duncan, S.C. 

English Education 




Charles Henderson 
Inman, S.C. 
Psychology 



Kaja Henderson 

Greer, S.C. 

English Education 



Michael Henderson 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Psychology 



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Cathenne Hill 
Spartanburg, S.C. 
English Education 



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Paula Hines 


Danny Hix 


Spartanburg, S.C. 


Greer, S.C. 


Biology 


Bachelor of General Studies 




Phil Hix 

Lyman, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



David Holcombe 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



Bruce Howard 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Education 




Herbert Howell 

Greer, S.C. 
Social Science 



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Mindy Hursey 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Education 




Patricia Jackson 

Greenville, S.C. 

Art 



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Sandie Johnson 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Elementary Education 



Phil Kimbrell 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



Robin Lawson 

Union, S.C. 

English Education 




Tru Muriel Lawter 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Nursing 



Lawrence Lee 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



Randall Lewis 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Psychology 




Wilford Light 


Danny Lister 


Pearl Lett 


Spartanburg, S.C. 


Spartanburg, S.C. 


Union, S.C. 


elor of General Studies 


Bachelor of General Studies 


Education 



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Fredrick Mauney 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Journalism 



Toni McKinley 

Taylors, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



Randy Medlock 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Secondary Education 





Charles Merritt 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Marketing 



Linda Metcalf 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Elementary Education 



Thomas Miller 

Greenville, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 




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Kay Neel 

Taylors, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



Tweedie Nichols 

Union, S.C. 

Early Childhood Education 



Sandra Nodine 

Duncan, S.C. 

Elementary Education 



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Stephen Peahuff 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Accounting 




Donna Pettit 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Theatre 



Robin Plexico 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Elementary Education 




Keith Plumley 

Landrum, S.C. 

Psychology 




Jill Poole 
Spartanburg, S.C. 
History Education 



Rick Poole 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Psychology 




Lois Quillen 

Greenville, S.C. 

Education 



David Reynolds 

Greenville, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



Gloria Rice 

Buffalo, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Studies 



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David Rogers 
Buffalo, S.C. 
Psychology 



Louise Sansbury 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Nursing 



Charlene Settle 

Inman, S.C. 

Education 




Dennis Settle 


Pat Shedd 


Joe Shelton 


Inman, S.C. 


Greenville, S.C. 


Spartanburg, S.C 


Bachelor of Arts 


Accounting 


Political Science 





Beverly Skinner 


Dianne Smith 


Richard Snith 


Spartanburg, S.C. 


Spartanburg, S.C. 


Spartanburg, S.C. 


Bachelor of General Studies 


Nursing 


Bachelor of General Studies 



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J. D. Staton 
Cowpens, S.C. 
Political Science 



Paula Tate 

Greer, S.C. 

Bachelor of Science 



Keith Taylor 

Mauldin S.C. 

Business Administration 




Robert Tillotson 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Bachelor of General Science 



Michael Thompson 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Psychology 



Howard Toole 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Accounting 






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Jack Threadgill 

Spartanbur, S.C. 

Business Administration 



Kenny Tuck 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Business Administration 



Marvis Turner 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Elementary Education 



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Vicki Vigneaulf 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Secondary Education 



Debra Wallace 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Early Childhood Education 



Ginny Ward 
Inman, S.C. 
Psychology 








Joe Watson 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Business Administration 



Carol West 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Psychology 



Robert Wheatley 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Accounting 




Vivian Whitlock 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Elementary Education 



Cynthia Williams 

Greer, S.C. 

Nursing 



Jean Williams 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Education 



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Danny Wilson 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Education 



Susan Wood 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Education 



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Janet Woy 

Greenville, S.C. 

Bachelor/General Studies 



The school year 1975-76 saw USC-Spartanburg graduate its first senior class. Although the class was 
small, it represented a wide cross section of the entire student body. 

The addition of more senior level courses promised larger senior classes in the future. But to the Senior 
Class of 1975-76, this was a milestone year. 1976 marked not only the year of the Bicentennial, but also a 
new era for USC-S. 



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Chuck Allen 
John Allen 
Robert Allen 



Doris Anderson 
Mark E. Anthony 
Danette Armfield 
Michael Atkins 



Sam Atkins 
Herman Baco 
Sammy Bailey 
Ruth Ann Bake 



Gary Bamett 
Terry Bamett 
William Bennett 
Cheryl Berry 



Donald Berry 
David Bishop 
Roger Bishop 
Melba Blakley 



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Sally Blankenship 

Stephen Blackwell 

Michael Blythe 

Cynthia Bowers 



John Bradley 

Phillip Bradley 

Rebecca Branham 

David Brannon 



Martha Brock 

Vicki Brown 

Johnny Mack Brown 

Catherine Browning 



Debbie Bruce 

Malcom Bruce 

John Walter Bryant Jr. 

Larry Burwell 



Rena Byrd 

Joe Cafolla 

Carrie Campbell 

Dixie Campbell 




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John Campbell 
Johnny Campbell 
Cheri Carter 
Beth Case 



Phillip Case 
Charles Casey 
Patricia Carson 
Allen D. Chandler 



Steve Chastain 
George Clements 
Robert Cleveland 
Charles Cole 



Dennis Coleman 
Thomas Comer 
Joseph Cooke 
Pearson Cooper 



Sarah Copeland 
Wallace Cox 
John Cureton 
Barbara Davis 



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Charles Davis 

Claude Davis 

Lillie Davis 

Rachel Davis 



Pamela Defore 

Willie Degraffinreid 

Wayne Dickard 

Scott Dickerson 



Barbara Dishrow 

Barbara DuBose 

Ricky Duerksen 

Thomas Easier 



Sheila Edwards 

Joel Elder 

Joy Ellenberg 

Jim Elliott 



Robert Evans 

Lonnie Fleming 

David Floyd 

Joe Floyd 




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D. L. Forrester 
Harold Fowler 



Timothy Fox 
Skip Frye 



Jennifer Fuller 
Wayne Gallman 
Billie Jean Gamer 
Ann George 



James Gibbs 
Woodrow Gilbert 
David Giles 
Wanda Golden 



Jeff Gossett 
Anthony Grant 
Vance Greene 
Joan Greenvvay 



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Rosemary Gregory 

Dianne Griffin 

Franklin Crogan 

Danny Hall 



Stephen Hall 

William Hammett 

Greg Hammond 

Pat Harley 



Patricia Harley 

Susan Harrison 

Danny Harvey 

Larry Harvey 



Jack Haufkins 

Eddie Hayes 

Glenda Hayes 

Roxanna Headlee 



Don Heatherly 

Mary Henderson 

Derek Herring 

Janet Hipp 




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Julie Hipp 
Willa Mae Holbert 
Lucv Holland 
Renetta Horton 



Stanley Huggins 
Bill Humphries 
Keefer Humphries 
Carmen Huskamp 



Robert Ivey 
Tim Jenkins 
Jerry Johnson 
Wilma Johnson 



Betty Jones 
Charles Jones 
Margaret Keller 
Susan Kellett 



Kent Evatt 

A. S. Kirby 

Mike Kite 

George Knickerbocker 



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Barbara Knighton 
Joey Kohn 



Maria Kuettler 
Priscilla Lancaster 



Terry Landers 
C. VV. LeCure 
Faye Ledford 
Phinnie Legg 



John Lehman 

Ron Lesley 

Donna Lipscomb 

Wright Long 



Wylie Malone 
Anthony Martin 

Karen Massey 
Michael Mauney 




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Marion May 
Josephine McBeth 
Stephen McGregor 
Jim McGuffin 



Pam Mclntyre 
Patricia Mclntyre 
John Megilligan 
Karen Michaud 



Kathleen Michels 
Randy Millwood 
Ricky Millwood 
Shirley Millwood 



Linda Moore 
Robert Moore 
Ronald Morgan 
Randy Morrison 



Richard Morrison 
Johnny Morton 
Donald Moss 
Johnny Murphy 



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Hazel Nanney 

Belinda Nesbitt 

Sandra Newman 

John Newton 



Ann O'Connell 

Anne Odom 

Nelda Oelkers 

James Orszak 



Jim Padgett 
Russell Painter 
Beverly Palmer 
Juanita Patrick 



Allen Patterson 

Daniel Patterson 

Robert Patterson 

Kim Pennev 



PhilUp Pitts 

Vicki Plaxico 

C. E. Poole 

Rhomeyn Pridgen 




60 




Jackie Randolph 
Mary Randolph 
Karen Reece 
Lester Richards 



Tommy Richardson 
Jon Rogers 
Stan Rolen 
Terry Rollins 



Leroy Rowe 
Doris Sanders 
Sherry Sanders 
Helen Sansbury 



Virginia Satterfield 
Marguerite Searle 
Kenneth Seay 
Ann Sharpe 



Dorothy Sheehan 
Brenda Sheffer 
Vance Shreckengast 
Jack Sloan 



61 



Albert Smith 
Brenda Smith 

Cheryl Smith 
Debbie Smith 



Everette Smith 

Gerald Smith 

Herschel Smith 

Renee Smith 



Zellie Snyder 

Susan Solesbee 

Marcia Spears 

David Spiller 



Nancy Stanfield 

Lorraine Staton 

Michael Stepp 

Camille Stockman 



Doug Stringer 

James Stringer 

William Swofford 

David Talley 




62 




Rachel Teague 
Helen Thomas 
Leland Thomas 
Pam Thomas 



Marion Thompson 
W. C. Thore 
Marie Tillotson 
Linda ToUwei 



Duane Toney 
Carole Trickett 
James Turner 
Bill Vasilas 



Danny Wade 
Herbert Walker 
Marie Wall 
George Ward 



Connie Ware 
Paul Waters 
Cleveland Watkins 
Patricia Watson 



63 



Larry Weaver 

Ray Westbrook 

Marc Whisenant 

Ned Wilder 



Karen Williams 

David Wilson 

Edward Wilson 

Tim Wilson 



Bobby Wing 

Robert Wofford 

Patricia Womick 

Mike Wood 





^^4 



64 





\ 




Daniel Abraham 

Elizabeth Allen 

Kaye Allison 

Paulett Alverson 

Jimmy An-ington 



Dianne Atkins 
Angle Aucoin 
Kathy Bagwell 
Susan Bagwell 
Louise Bailey 



James Baker 

Ruth Ballard 

Kay Ballenger 

Nancy Batchelor 

Paul Benjamin 



Johnny Berry 

Susan Berry 

Robert Beville 

Eddie Bishop 

Dannv Blackwell 



Mary Blanton 

Susan Blume 

Allen Bogan 

Peggy Bolin 

Mary Bonette 



Tressie Bradley 

Barry Bralley 

Marilyn Bremer 

Gloria Bridges 

Errick Bridwell 




66 




Eartha Brown 
Greg Brown 
Janet Brown 
Morris Brown 
Pam Brown 



Mike Bruce 
Judy Bullis 
Thomas Bulman 
Thomas Bundy 
Kathv Burdette 



Vernon Burnette 
Anna Bumsed 
Buddy Bush 
Stanley Byrd 
Jane Brockman 



Terrie Camp 
Phyllis Campbell 
Ronald Campbell 
Amanda Cannon 
Barbata Cannon 



Bruce Cannon 
John Cannon 
Martha Cannon 
Kay Cantrell 
James Castle 



Mike Charles 
Gay Clement 
Lee Cleveland 
Billy Cline 
Donna Clippard 



67 



Melody Cody 

JiU Coley 

Ann Conrad 

Patty Conrad 

James Copeland 



Steven Corbin 

Larry Corn 

James Couch 

Phyllis Cox 

James Cook 



Kristine Cudd 

Eddie Davis 

Kathy Davis 

Richard Dear 

Phillip Dodd 



Derrel! Dollar 

Tony Dover 

Paula Dowless 

Henrietta Drummond 

Mark Edwards 



David Elliott 

Robert Engley 

Tyler Evans 

Julie Pagan 

Susan Finch 



Becky Floyd 

Steve Folio 

Jane Ford 

Brenda Foster 

Greg Foster 




68 




Jane Foster 
Clyde Foster 



Dean Fowler 
Rob Fowler 



Johnny Franklin 
Tim Freeman 
Barbara Gaskins 
Crystal Gault 
Frances Garrett 



Cathy Garrison 
Robert Gibson 
Jane Gilbert 
Rebecca Gilbert 
John Glen 



Roger Goodwin 
Alan Gosnell 
Susan Grasso 
Jacqueline Gray 
Carroll Green 



Emily Greene 
Karen Greene 
Susan Greenway 
Dennis Guest 
George Gunter 



69 



Lynn Gunter 

Jeri Gwinn 

Randall Gwinn 

Kaye Hall 

Janice Hamilton 



Michael Hamilton 

J. V. Hammett 

Danny Hammett 

Rose Marie Hammett 

James Hampton 



Mary Hanna 

Donnie Hardin 

Donie Harper 

Rhonda Harper 

Kathv Harris 



Shirley Harris 

Belinda Harrison 

Keith Harvison 

Curtis Hart 

Evelyn Hayes 



Barbara Hayes 

Melissa Hayes 

Robin Hayes 

Ted Hayes 

Susan Henson 



Sharon Herndon 

Laurie Hill 

Sheryl HiU 

Mike Hines 

Mary Lou Hodge 




70 




Donna Hodnicki 
David HoUiday 
Donna HoUoman 
Janet Hoon 
Peggy Hope 



Regina Home 
Sheila Howard 
Jay Huffstetler 
Mike Hughey 
Rebecca Hughey 



Paley Hughston 
EHzabeth Hunt 
Sarah Hunt 
Patsy Huntley 
Jo Lanell Hutto 



Billy Inman 
Albert Israel 
Angella Israel 
Linda Ivey 
Shirley Jackson 



Jenny Jarvis 
Marty Jett 
Charles Johnson 
Donnie Johnson 
Karen Johnson 



Janet Jones 
Susan Jones 
Kit Jorden 
Nancy Kelley 
Michael Kendrick 



71 



Bob Kennedy 

Jimmy Key 

Brenda Kimmons 

Patricia Kinard 

Richard King 



Robert Kingsmore 

William Knox 

Charlene Koon 

John Kuhn 

Merry Lamancusa 



Ron Lance 
James London 


F 

.y 




Jerry Landrum 
Tom Langford 


1 


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Mary Larsen 

Phillip Lawrence 

Kenneth Lawson 

Steve Lee 

Roger Lewis 



Sara Light 

James Linder 

William Littlefield 

Francais Lowe 

Billy Mabry 




72 




Patti Malone 
Terri Malone 
Yasmin Manji 
Stewart Martin 
Virginia Martin 



Steve Mason 
Jeff Massey 
William Mauldin 
Diane Maybin 
Kim Maybury 



Alice McBride 
Mary Anne McBride 
Joanne Carter 
Vjcki McCartha 
Jennie McClure 



Cindy McCullen 
Mary McDaniel 
Scot McDougald 
Carol McNamara 
Rav McPherson 



Maria McSwain 
Renee McSwain 
David Middleton 
William Middleton 
Jan Miller 



LuAnn Miller 
Rachel MuUinex 
Mike Minor 
Gayle Mitchem 
Ann Moore 



73 



Nancy Moore 

Michael Morris 

Larry Nix 

Wendy Oglesby 

Carla Osborne 



Terri Otwell 

Bill Painter 

Johnny Parker 

Johnie Parris 

Carla Patrick 



Denise Patterson 

Carole Pearson 

Ronald Pennington 

Gedeon Peteri 

Sandra Petias 



Orlin Pettit 

Bobby Pitts 

Dale Petty 

Bhanmattie Prashad 

Sherry Prevatte 



Henry Price 

Tracey Pruitt 

Nancy Rash 

Cwen Ray 

Ellie Reimer 



Jennie Phinehart 
Roger Rhodes 
James Richard 
Edward Riley 
Shirl Robbins 




74 




Shirley Roberson 
Cindi Rogers 
Elizabeth Rogers 
James Rosemond 
Harry Royster 



Gayle Russell 
Constance Young 
Sarolyn Youngblood 
Sybil Sanders 
Nancy Searle 



Dessie Seawright 
Cindy Seay 
Dale Sellars 
Pamela Senn 
Freda Sheehan 



Thomas Shell 
Cathy Simmons 
Athanasios T. Small 
Susan Smart 
Bunny Smith 



Cheryl Smith 
Herbert Smith 



Kaye Smith 
Michelle Smith 



75 



Pamela Smith 

Ricky Smith 

Robert Smith Jr. 

Steve Smith 

Ken Sparks 



Mar\' Sparks 

Lee Speer 

Connie Springs 

Mike Snelgrove 

Helen Starkey 



Peter Stephenson 

Kim Stevens 

Patrick StiU 

Richard Stroman 

Robert Sutherland Jr. 



Daniel Swad 

Debbie Tabbot 

Heather Taylor 

Raymond Teague 

Joel Thomas 



Phillip Thompson 

Sandra Thore 

Jessica Tobin 

Ralph Verona 

Jack Wagner 



Heather Walker 

Kay Wall 

Patricia Wall 

Chuck Wallington 

Tommy Watterson 




76 




Joanne Weathers 
Ruth Webb 
Susan West 
Susan A. West 
Robin White 



Pam Whiteside 
Lisa Wilkins 
Bennette Wilson 
Steve Womick 
Carole Wynn 





"If worse comes to ivorse, we'llgct you to the Roiieway" 



l didiit know tliey had reiuimed Madame Zelda's Goodtime Apartment? 




"1 know I lost my contact out here somewhere?' 



77 



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Steve Abercrombie 
Jane Abemathy 
Celia Adair 
Denise Adair 
Janice Allen 



Thelma Allen 
Walley Alley 
Lisa Allison 
Vicky Allison 
Mark Anderson 



Candace Andrews 
Bonnie Anthony 
Janet Anthony 
Phyllis Ariail 
Joan Arthur 



Cynthia Ashford 
Joey Atkins 
Leigh Audsley 
Sandy Auman 
Cynthia Babb 



Marsha Bagley 
Dell Bagwell 
Ron Bagwell 
Tim Bagwell 
Janet Bailey 



Karen Beason 
Dennis Bell 
Renee Benton 
Pam Bevis 
Peggy Black 



79 



Robbie Black 

Mary Blackwell 

Kaye Blackwood 

Martha Blackwood 

Mary Blackwood 



Rick Blair 

Peggy Blanchard 

William Blum 

Kathleen Bogan 

Jodie Boiter 



Brenda Boozer 

Paul Bowman 

Billie Boyce 

Phyllis La Ree Boyles 

Joyce Bragg 



Laura Brannon 
Jerry Brewington 
Steve Brewington 

Windy Bridges 
Benita Briggs 



Cathy Brown 

Susan Brown 

Robert Browning 

Wendell Bruce 

Sally Brundage 



Dennis Burdette 

Barbara Burke 

Randall Burnett 

Marjorie Burnette 

Linda Bums 




80 




Bethene Burrell 
Debora Burroughs 
Mike Butner 
Frances Byers 
Peggy Byrd 



Sylvia Byrd 
Edward Caldwell 
Lloyd Callaway 
Dale Campbell 
Marion Campbell 



Nancy Campbell 
Walter Cantrell 



Karen Capps 
Kenneth Carpenter 



Cindy Carter 
James Carter 
Rita Cash 
Douglas Cecil 
Betty Chapman 



Tim Charles 
Carletta Chastain 
Lynn Childers 
Muriel Clarkin 
Carol Clarkson 




Luanne Clary 
Rhonda Clayton 
Steve Cogdill 
Judy Collins 
Kathy Collins 



Charlene Combee 
Doris Condrey 
Rebecca Connell 
Cathy Conner 
Robert Conner 



Eddie Cooksey 
Helen Cooksey 
Charles Copeland 
Darline Copeland 
Mitch Copeland 



John Corbin 
Joanne Correll 
Martha Costner 
Ricky Cothran 
Lynn Couch 



Joanne Covington 
Caroline Craft 
Kay Craig 
Donna Crawford 
William Crawford 



Donald Crook 
Carla Crosby 
Donna Crosby 
Harold Crossley 
Terr)' Crowe 



82 




Sandie Culbreth 
Gwen Darby 
Betsy Davis 
John Davis 
Pamela Davis 



Robin Davis 
Rose Davis 
Tena Davis 
Tommy Dawkins 
Robin Dawson 



Anthony Dean 
Kaye Dean 
Michael Dean 
Vernon Deaton 
William Deaton 



Anita Dempsey 
Barry Denton 
Cynthia Deyoung 
John Dicky 
Brenda Dill 



Wanda Dillard 
John Dimarco 
Pat Dixson 
Jill Dobbins 
Resa Dobbins 



Bobby Douglas 
Mary Douglas 
Gregory DuBois 
Ron Duncan 
Francis Durham 



83 



Oliver Easier 

Eldora Elder 

Rhonda Ellison 

Wanda Elmore 

Julie Emory 



Johnny English 

Janice Everman 

Terry Ferguson 

Jimmy Ferrell 

Alisa Finch 



Kathy Fleming 
Bill Fletcher 



Sharon Flynn 
Tamara Forrest 



Diane Forrester 
Celena Foster 
Donna Foster 
Elaine Foster 
Norma Foster 



Anne Fowler 

Dennis Fowler 

Herbert Fowler 

Johnny Fowler 

John A. Freeman 




84 



Michael Gardner 
Steve Garland 
David Garren 
Barbara Garrenton 
Cvnthia Garrett 



Linda Gibson 
Richard Giesen 
J. R. Gillian 
Kathy Gilstrap 
Nancv Godfrey 




Kathy Goforth 
Sandra Goforth 
Michael Goodwdn 
Cindy Gordon 
David Gosnell 



David Graham 
Sherry Grant 
Phillip Gray 
Donald Green 
Joan Green 



Leesa Green 
Doris Greene 
Karen Greene 
Melanie Greene 
Connie Greenway 



85 



James J. Gregg 

Alan Griffen 

Michael Grizzle 

Stephen Groce 

Marcy Grooms 



Robert Gunter 

Catherine Hagman 

Laura Hahn 

Kim Hamner 

Evelyn Hamme 



Beth Hammett 

Deborah Hammett 

Gail Hammett 

Terry Hammett 

Terry Hammett 



Betty Ann Hammond 

Lorend Hancock 

Candy Hanna 

Gary Harris 

Janice Harris 



Melanie Hart 

Deborah Harrell 

Stephen Harvy 

Joel Hawkins 

Annette Hayne 



Elaine Hess 

Richard High 

Wayne Holdin 

Tim Holland 

Tommy Holt 




86 




Paul Hope 
Wes Hope 
Sandra Hopper 
James Home 
Pamela Howard 



Annette Huckaby 
Tina Huffstetler 
Jeanette Huggin 
Dike Hughes 
Jeffery Hughes 



Marcia Humphries 
Johnita Hunter 



Cyndi Hufchens 
Pam Hutcheson 



Janelle Ismail 
Lynn Israel 
Anita Ivey 
Linder Jackson 
Robert Jennings 



Sadie Jeter 
David Johnson 
Debra Johnson 
Helen Johnson 
Kenneth Johnson 



87 



Melissa Johnson 
Randy Johnson 



Scott Johnson 
Donna Jones 



Carl Jordan 

Nannette Kersey 

Sallie Key 

Shellv Kimble 



Lynn King 

Reajean King 

Edward Kirby 

Mary Kirk 

T.C. Kitchen 



KeUy Kluttz 

Dennis Lancaster 

Jane Lancaster 

Gerald Lancaster 

Curtis Lancaster 



Beth Landrum 

Cindy Landreth 

Nancy Lanford 

June Langton 

Lana Lark 




88 




Joseph Larsen 
Elizabeth Laurens 
Teresa Lawson 
Inger Lawter 
Charlie Leatherman 



Pat Ledford 
Harriette Lee 
Debra Ann Leonard 
Sandra Leonard 
Altonia Levy 



Wanda Lindsey 
Judith Link 
Janet Lipscomb 
James Littlefield 
Jackie Logan 



Vickie Loizakes 
Evelyn LoUis 
William Longhurst 
Joel Lorick Jr. 
Dennis Longshore 



Mary Love 
Kathie Lovife 
Katherine Lucas 
Katherine Ludwig 
Connie Lytes 



Ross Mabry 
Mark Mahaffy 
James Mahoney 
David Mangam 
Vera Manning 



89 



John Marable 

Ruth Mardis 

Kent Morlow 

Cheryl Martin 

Eldridge Martin 



John Martin 

Joan Martinell 

Patty Mason 

Steve Mason 

Michael Mathis 



David McBee 

Sandra McBee 

Wesley McBride 

Wanda McCaU 

James McCallister 



Lisa McClure 

Sally McConkey 

Penny McCutcheon 

Donna McDonald 

Michael McElrath 



Robbin McFalls 

Alexis McGarity 

Lily McGrath 

Christanna McKissick 

Robert McKissick 



Margarette McLean 

Susan McLeod 

Vonnie McMillan 

Eddie McSwain 

John Medlock 




90 




Jim Mercer 
Stephen Merchant 
Shirley Meyer 
Lucy Michael 
Carolyn Miller 



June Miller 
Mary Miller 
Pamela Miller 
Wanda Miller 
Karen Millwood 



George Mitchell 
Mary Mitchell 



Stephen Mitchell 
Vicki Mitchell 



Emmi Sue Mooney 
Elvin Moore 
Greg Moore 
Willena Moore 
Barbara Morgan 



Denise Morris 
Janice Moss 
,. :j| Barbara Murphy 
•'i Robin Nave 
Frank Nichols 



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91 



Jennifer Nichols 

Rebecca Oalmann 

Nedla Oerear 

Dale Orr 

Libby O'Shields 



Pam Osment 

Ken Owens 

Richard Owens 

Vicki Owens 

Joel Pack 



Debra Page 

Lisa Painter 

Cassandra Parker 

Deborah Parsons 

Donna Parsons 



Teresa Parris 
Donna Peeler 
Sandra Peeler 
Jo Ann Perry 
Ricky Perry 



Ann Peteri 

Bobby Pehit 

Debra Pettit 

Beth Phillips 

Thomas Phillips 



Tina Phillips 
Benny Pike 

Jean Plumley 
Nancy Plympton 
Timothy Pollock 




92 




John Poole 
Wayne Porterfield 
Cecil Poteat 
Jim Potts 
Benny Powell 



Debbie Powell 
Jeanette Price 
Sara Puryear 
Dave Quinn 
Laura Quinn 



Petro Ramantanin 
Kathy Ray 
Barbara Renfro 
Larry Revels 
Lillie Reynolds 



Stan Reynolds 
Teresa Rhymer 
Charles Richards 
Tommy Ridings 
Mike Robbins 



Barbara Robinson 
Brenda Robinson 
Nancy Roger 
Vicki Roper 
Robert Ruehl 



Lisa Sanders 
Jane Sarratt 
Mary Sarratt 
Phillip Sarratt 
Cheryl Sayer 



93 



Vickie Scruggs 

Arling Sewell Jr. 

Patrick Shannon 

Sarah Shelton 

Tommv Sherbert 



Sheryl Shropshier 

Sandra Shuler 

Larry Sikes 

Fances Skipper 

Elizabeth Smiley 



Carmellia Smith 
Cheryl Smith 



Cynthia Smith 
Elizabeth Smith 



Helen Smith 

Karen Smith 

Marcia Smith 

Nadine Smith 

Robert Smith 



Sharon Smith 

Sharree Smith 

Vernette Smith 

Angela Spencer 

Gwen Stainback 




94 




Chris Stapleton 
Laura Stranger 
Stephen Steadings 
Tim Steele 
Shirley Stewart 



Dennis Stokes 
Ken Stophel 
Marsha Swann 
Gail Swygert 
Mac Swygert 



Marilyn Tate 
Cheryl Taylor 
Connie Taylor 
Kay Teague 
Ken Teasley 



Tim Teaster 
Susan Theo 
David Terrell 
Dale Thompson 
Georgia Thompson 



Linda Thompson 
Richard Thorla 
Richard Thorpe 
John Tighe 
Francis Traxler 



Marsha Tuck 
David Turner 
Geraldine Turner 
Gwen Turner 
Leslie Turner 



95 



Michael Turner 

Teresa Turner 

Pearl Tuten 

Shannon Tyler 

Myra Underwood 



Frankie Upton 

Carol Vann 

Mary Vamer 

Cathy Vassey 

Theodore Vernon 



Ricky Vinson 
Isabelle Walden 
Nancy Waldrop 
Robin Waldrop 

Cathy Walker 



Denise Ware 

Stephen Ware 

Deborah Waters e 

Deborah Waters 

Anne Watzin 



Jeff Weaver 

Norma Webb 

Richard Webb 

Cathy Welchel 

Arillie Wells 



Donna Wells 

Donna West 

Nadine West 

Thelma Whelchel 

Tim Whelchel 




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Karen Williams 
Regina Williams 
Torazes Williams 
Clay Williamson 
Fredricka Wilson 



Cindy Wofford 
Daniel Wofford 
Kathy Wofford 
Sandra Wofford 
Susan Woods 




Robin White 
Teri White 
Deloris Wieder 
Curtis Williams 
Gwendolyn Williams 



Brenda Workman 
Debbi Worrock 
Shirley Wright 
Lou Wynn 
Mark Yaden 



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GRADUATE STUDENTS 






Terrv Cash 



Robert Cerciola 



Patrick Crarey 




John Dimling 



Phyllis Gamer 



Joseph Hall 




Randolph Kellner 



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Sarah Lovell 



Peggy Medley 



Cleon Moon 






Bemice Robbins 



Conyous Robinson 



Judy Rogers 




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Tim Vann 




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ORGANIZATIONS 




SGA President 
Steve Billings 



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S G A 

T O S 

U V S 

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N N I 

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Vice President: Lee Spear 







Secretary: Melissa Hayes 




President: Steve Billings 




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Treasurer: Buddy Morgan 




Executive Council Sitting Left to Right: Melissa Hayes, Secretary; Steve Billitjgs, President; Tommy Small, Soph. 
Class Pres.; Back Row Left to Right: Danny Wilson, Sr. Class Pres.; Bob Kennedy, Parliamentarian: Joel Elder, ]r. 
Class Pres.: Buddy Morgan, Treasurer: Vonnie McMillan, Fresh. Class Pres. 




First Row Left to Right: loel Elder, Chris Thore, Jeannie McClure, Ten Dye, Susan Theo, Pick Durham . Second Row Left to Right: 

Vonme McMillan, Wanda McCall, Kathy Began, Bob Wing, Kit Jordan, Rachal Boicen, Third Row Left to Right: Linda Ivey, Myra 
Underwood, Emily Greene, Stephen Hal), Steve Harvey, Steve Mason, Danny Swad, Danny Wilson, Back Row Left to Right: Mike 
Snellgrove, Buddy Morgan, Tommy Small, Steve Billings, Bob Kennedy, Gregg Knox, Randal Burnett, Bob Harvey -Advisor 



103 




This group really looks enthused at what's 
going on! 



The main objective of the Student Government Association this year has been to help 
improve our relationships between the students, faculty, and the community. Students have 
enjoyed a variety of activities sponsored by the SGA and have had the opportunity to make 
suggestions as to other types of activities they would like to see offered by the S.G. A. Included 
in this year's programming were parties, fall sports day, a concert, homecoming, and Miss 

uses. 

Throughout the year we have worked to improve relations with the faculty by helping them 
to have a better understanding of the SGA. A drop-in luncheon was given in January for the 
faculty in appreciation of the fine work they are doing for the students on our campus. 

The Community Liaison Committee has participated in projects at the Spartanburg Girls 
Home and the S.C. School for the Deaf and Blind. Along with the projects the SGA sponsored 
a float in the Spartanburg Christmas Parade. 

In general, this has been a very good year for the SGA. Now that we area four year campus, 
dedicated and experienced SGA members will be more prepared to form the nucleus of the 
SGA in the future. 



The meeting seemed to always 
start and end late. 




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Despite what you may be thinking, 
Maggie's Drawers has nothing to do with 
Ungerie. More correctly it signifies a com- 
plete miss of the target on the rifle range. 
This is our own unique literary publica- 
tion, containing literary and artistic selec- 
tions by USC-S students. 



105 




CAROLANA 1975-76 

The Carolana Staff for the year 1975-76 
increased to over twenty-three members. 
Also the Carolana Annual increased 
greatly in size and in color pages. With the 
rush to meet deadlines, and not meeting 
deadlines, we still found time for fun and 
laughter, as these pages show. 



L to R: Editor, Lisa Wilkins, Asst. Editor, Steve Hall 





Photographers L to R: Susan Harrison, Randall Burnett, Joel Hawkins, 
Jim Potts, Mike Charles. 



L to R: Sports Editor, Cathy Conner, Editor-in-Chief, Lisa Wil- 
kins, Assistant Editor, Steve Hall, Organization Editor, Wanda 
McCall, Administration Copy Editor, Stephen Groce, Class 
Editor, Randall Burnett, Not Pictured: Faculty/Staff Editor, 
Marsha Swann. 



Carolana Staff L to R: Mike Charles, 
Stephen Groce, Randall Burnett, 
Sally McConkey, Susan Harrison, 
Cindy Ashford, Wanda McCall, 
Sandy Thore, Renee Smith, Joel 
Hawkins, Jim Potts, Cathy Conner, 
Lisa Wilkins, Steve Hall, Not Pic- 
tured: Marsha Swann, Tonine 
Gelardi. 




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CAROLINIAN 




Editor: Susan Hamson 




Newspaper Staff: L to R. Renee Smith, Steve Hall, Steve Harvey, fane Abemathy, 
Mike Charles, Joleen Johnson, Lynn King, Susan Harrison, Jim Potts, Joe Elder, 
Randall Burnett. Not Pictured: Bob Kennedy and Jennifer Fuller. 





Assistant Editor: Steve Harvey 








Assistant Editor: Randall Burnett. 









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CHORALEERS 



The University Choraleers under the 
direction of Mrs. Lester H. Colloms are 
singing under the name of The Bicen- 
tennial Chorus during the '75-'76-'77 
years. 

Premiering the patriotic musical was 
the August 9 performance on Spartan- 
burg's Main Street Mall on October 29 
presenting a third command perfor- 
mance in the first musical presentation 
in the Mall. Honor came in being asked 
to sing at Morgan Square for the presen- 
tation of the City Bicentennial Flag on 
November 19. 

In 1776 attire the singers represented 
USC-S on the SGA Christmas float. The 
musical was presented at Converse Col- 
lege on December 10 for the Spartanburg 
Philharmonic. 

The musical was arranged for publica- 
tion by Vergene Colloms from composi- 
tions of Miss Frances Hackett of USC-S 
and Miss Doris Wilson of Spartanburg. 

Many presentations were made at 
civic clubs, campuses, parks, retirement 
homes, and other places, with a benefit 
show scheduled at the Spartanburg 
Memorial Auditorium. 




"Play it again, Sam" 




"And the beat goes on" 



110 




Kneeling. L to R: James Medou'S, Jenifer Fuller, Lynn Bates, Brenda Robinson, Phyllis Cox, Shelly Kimble. First 
Row: John Fowler, Marty jett, Thompson, Kathy Fleming, Donna Crawford, Sheryl Smith, James Richard, Alice 
McBride, Scot McDougald, Mrs. Colloms. On train: Mark Anderson, Joe Green, Buddy Jolley, John Whiteside 



Did our ancestors really go through this? 




Ill 



PHOTO 



The USC-S Photography Club is a non 
profit organization dedicated to the 
proposition that any and all people in- 
terested in photography have a chance 
to learn and discuss problems in de- 
veloping, printing, and taking pictures. 
In the club's meetings films are shown to 
show and explain the works of famous 
photographers. Becky Patterson is the 
resident expert and helps the rest of the 
club get through problems encountered 
in the University darkroom. 



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Members are: Clockwise: Susan Harrison, 
Jim Potts. Lester Richards. Hubert Howell, 
Alan McMilltan. Randall Burnett. Mike 
Charles, Becky Patterson and Randy Mor- 
rison. 




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LETTERMAN'S 




Left to Right. First Row: Karen Taylor, Robin Frye, Cathy Simmons, Kay Hall, Debby Smith , Skip Frye. Second Row: Kim Maybury, Beth 
Rogers, Viki Plaxico, Pam Howard, Christana McKissick. third Row; Beth Burgess, ']im Elliot, James Meadows, Kenny Tuck, Keith Taylor, 
Johnny Whiteside, James Brooks, Ducie Robinson, Lee Speer, Bill Phelps, Bill Humphries, Tommy Sherbert, Wilson Casey, David Bishop. 



113 



UNIVERSAL 

O 
V 
E 



Universal Love is the most vitalizing new organization to hit the 
halls of USC-S. Many adventures that Universal Love offers are; 
hayrides, picnics, bonfires, concerts, singers and speakers, mountain 
retreats, masquerade parties, Christmas parties, and lots of friends. 

Universal Love v^^as formed for the entire student body, although 
members are given special privileges Universal Love hopes to express 
true Christian love and fellowship, which the young person will never 
forget. So that years later they can look back at their college years and 
remember Universal Love, and how they learned of a better and 
happier life through God's and friend's love. 




First Row: Left to Right, Lisa Painter, jan Jones, Mdry Kirk. Gwen Turner, Lisa McClure, Sandy Thore, Marsha Bagley, Sally McConkey. Second Row: 
Left to Right, Robin Lawson, Lynn Duckett, Beth Alexsander, Sander Wofford, Susan Bagivell, Kathy Fleming, Myra Underxi'ood, Wendell Bruce, 
Lawrence Davis, Patsy Smith, Chris Thore. Back Row: Left to Right, Stephen Hall, Shelly Stavely, Mr. Stavely, Joel Elder, Mitch Copeland, Tamara 
Forrest, Ronnie Campbell, Tommy Small, Emory Gaskins, joe Wallmgton, Norman Band, Benny Pike, Danny Harvey, Sondra Newman, Renee Smith. 



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officers Left to Right: Tommy Small, Reporter, Lisa Painter, Sec, Chris Thore, Co-Chairman, jocI Elder, 
Co-Chairman, Mr. Stavely, Advisor, not pictured. Sherry Prevatte, Treasurer. 




Universal Love warms hearts and bodies singing around the bonfire. 



ART LEAGUE 

The function of the Art League is to explore 
the depths of the world of art and to further the 
understanding of art USC-S. 

The League was organized in September of 
1975 with Katie Hicks as advisor. An art exhibit 
of graphic works was held in September. The 
league also worked to boast school spirit. "Rob- 
bie Rifle", a life size basketball player, was used 
to announce all home basketball games. The 
windows at the Hodge Center were painted 
with the twelve days of Christmas to express and 
create the spirit of Christmas. The league put 
into operation a silk-screen printing process that 
well served the campus. Other activities were: 
parties, painting back drops for the Drama Club, 
designing basketball program covers, and con- 
tributing to "Maggie's Drawers." 

Trips were made to several museums and art 
departments in Greenville, Spartanburg, Col- 
umbia, and Atlanta. 




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Officers zcere the following: First Row, Renne Smith, President. Drew 
Royster, Vice-President. Viki Rodgers, Secretary. Second Row: Ann 
Dame, Treasurer. Tim Steele, Public Relations. 



First Row: Katie Hicks, Advisor. Viki Rodgers, Renee Smith, Tim Steele. 
Second Row: Gene Webb, Drew Royster, Sandy Thore, Ann Dame. Third 
Row: Rob Fowler, Terry Brannon, Donna Holloman. Not pictured: Sandra 
Newman, Pat Jackson, Dan Sullens. 



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The Pep Band was established in the fall of 
1974, to provide music, enthusiasm, and 
support for the University of South 
Carolina-Spartanburg Rifles Basketball 
Team. 

Originally composed of twelve talented 
musicians, the Pep Band has increased in size 
to fifteen. You will find them performing at all 
home games. Come out and help support the 
Rifles. 




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OUTDOORS 



The Outdoors Club seeks to 
help people respect and enjoy 
nature by introducing it to them 
in various ways such as rock- 
climbing, caving and backpack- 
ing. The club has sponsored 
eight climbing trips to Looking 
Glass and Table Rock, N.C. 
There have been two caving 
trips to Tennessee, one to West 
Virginia and three backpacking 
trips. Safety and responsibility 
are always stressed, particularly 
on the climbing trips. The par- 
ticipation of any student, fac- 
ulty or staff member is always 
welcome. Instructions and 
equipment are provided for be- 
ginners. 




Officers are, left to right: Sandy Auman, Vice-President: Tamara Forrest, Secretary; David McDaniel, 
President. 




Members are: (sitting, left to right) Frank Rice, Kenny Carpenter, (standing, left to right) Mr. 

Jacobson. Jessica Tobin. Herbert Howell. Ken Stophil, Tamara Forrest, Sandy Auman, David McDaniel, 
Benny Pike. 



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GUN CLUB 



The USC-S Spartan Rifles Gun Club, formed in 
late 1974, has been one of the most active clubs on 
campus. It has sponsored eight skeet shoots and 
three rifle shoots during 1975 and 1976. 

One of the primary purposes of the club was to 
teach beginning shooters safe, correct procedures 
and responsibility in handling firearms. Approxi- 
mately twelve totally inexperienced persons have 
been introduced to firearms in such an atmos- 
phere, while a total of over fifty people have be- 
come more acquainted with shooting as a group 
activity. With the exception of strict emphasis on 
safety, the club's activities, are conducted in an 
informal, relaxed manner. Any USC-S student, 
faculty, or staff member is welcome to join the club. 
The only requirements are a responsible attitude 
and a willingness to learn and comply with proper 
gun safety rules. 



President: David McDamet Secretary-Treasurer: Wayne Beard 
Not pictured: Vice-President, Ken Seay. 



Cluh members: Left to right, David McDaniel, 
Tommy Holt, lohnny Morton, Cindy Seay, lohnny 
Wallace, and Wayne Beard. 




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SPARTANBURG ENGINEERING 
SOCIETY 



The purpose of this organization shall be to afford an opportunity 
for Engineering students to become acquainted with each other, to 
promote a feeling of professional brotherhood among them, and to 
acquaint them with topics of interest to engineers through the media 
of field trips and addresses by successful engineers and fellow chapter 
members. 



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Members: Left to right around table First Row: OHjm Pt'((((,st't-., Mt'/ody Co liy, vicepres.; Donnie Johnson, Mike Butner, joey Atkins, 
Denms Guest. Brenton Bennett, treas.; Richard Dean, Tonine Celardi. Second Row: Rick Giesen, Robert Kingsmore, Pres.; Tommy 
Holt, Jeff Huges, Jerry Breiinngton, Harold F. Crossley, Jr., Dr. Eb Barnes, IVm. Barnes. 



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President: Lynn Gunter, Vice-President: Sarah Hunt 




The Student Nurses Associa- 
tion is an organization com- 
prised of students in nursing 
who are interested in activities 
outside the classroom. During 
the school year of 1975-76, 
projects were carried out that 
involved the pediatric ward at 
the hospital, older persons in 
nursing homes, and collecting 
for the heart fund. 

All these activities are carried 
out by the SNA, and our only 
aim is to bring some cheer and 
happiness to the lives of other 
people, especially to those who 
are sick or in a nursing home. 



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Front row, left to right: Carolyn Bailey, Pant Brown. Cynthia Wilhams, Pam Whiteside, Carletta Chastam, Lisa 
Painter. Middle row, left to right: Mtiriel Clarkin, Teresa Rhymer. Sarah Hunt, Barbara Caskms, Jacqueline Gray, 
Lynn Gunter. Back row, left to right: Siii//f Russel, Kathy Burdette, Peggy Bolin, Dale Sellers, Gwen Ray, joAnn 
Perry, joAnn Cannon. Gmny Wessmger. Pat Huntley, Susan West. 



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The Veteran Student League is a veteran oriented campus organization designed to 
promote student fellowship and aid students in the common goal of education, good 
citizenship, and community service. 

Since the organization's inception in the fall of 1973, the VSL has accomplished its 
objectives by playing an active role in community and school projects. Last year the 
Veteran Student League sold movie tickets, participated in the Goodfellow^s Christmas 
Project, sponsored a school dance for the student body; a picnic for the retarded 
citizens at Whitten Village, and manned a Veteran's Information Table during regis- 
tration. The VSL has also worked with the March of Dimes and the American Cancer 
Society. 

During the 1975-76 school year, the Veteran Student League had on its Accomplish- 
ment List the following: two school parties, continued support for the Goodfellows 
Christmas Project, and two visits to Whitten Village — one in the fall and another in 
the spring. 

Although veteran oriented, the VSL is open to all students at USC-Spartanburg, and 
looks forward to the next school year with the support of its members and other 
interested parties. 




Fiisf Row: left to right. Wade Bralley . Mark Edwards; Second Row: Nancy Kelly, ]ill Coley, Cheryl Smith, jill Gossett: Third Row: 
Len Carroll, Bob Wing, Al Gray, Mickey Turner - President, James Roseman - Vice Presdent, jern Gumn (not pictured) — 
Secretary-Treasurer . 



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BLACK STUDENT UNION 



The Black Student Union was established by students of USC-S in 
January 1974 with its key aims being to improve and maintain harmoni- 
ous interracial relationships within the school, to provide a closer and 
more unified spirit and to promote responsibility and individuality. To 
be accepted as a member of the BSU , each individual must be a student at 
U.S.C. -Spartanburg. 

The B.S.U . has planned various projects for the upcoming year, includ- 
ing parties for the student body, a community project and Black Week. 
The B.S.U. welcomes new members and hopes for your support. 




Black Student Union: Left to right: Sandra Thompson, Dean Fowler. Jantta Hunter. James Brooks. Brenda Boozer. Paul Bowman. Linda 
Thompson, Wanda Miller. Ducie Robmson, Theodore Vernon, Barbara Davis, Wright Long, Marsha Faye Jones, Sharree Smith, Romame 
Pridgeon, Karen Massey. 



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Miss USC-S 
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Tommy, are those really your legs? 





Today the windows . . . tomorrow the Lourve! 



What? You ii'on't water my camel? 




Welcome to the Head Hunters beauty salon. 





Is this xvhere you apply for a face lift? 




These out- door Johns are getting worse everyday. 



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So much for romance on the slopes. 



Hey! That guy didn't have any pants on. 





and let Iwe. 



A motel, and you say you're going to class. 





Way down South, in Alabam, 



Share thing Sargent Carter. 



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Registration Traumas 




Only one more form to go. 



Lay a hand on it and I'll kill ya. 




Closed Out! you got to be kidding. 





To take or not to take. 



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Be joyful m the mist of trials. 





Squatter's rights honored here. 



Who am I, what am 1 doing? 



Long lines, closed sections, conflicting course 
schedules, all these and more meet us every time 
we go through the bi-annual ordeal called registra- 
tion. Sometimes we even wonder whether it's 
worth it, but somehow we manage to make it 
through every time. Someday though we hope to 
actually get the schedule we want. Ail in all 
everyone does a good job in what can be a very 
frustrating job for students and administration 
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MISS use — SPARTANBURG 




The Miss USC-S pageant is not just another one of 
those "campus beauty contests." Miss USC-S is cho- 
sen not on beauty alone, but on characteristics which 
combine to form the complete person. Fifty percent is 
based on school participation and spirit; fifteen per- 
cent is based on personality; fifteen percent is based 
on academic excellence; and twenty percent is on 
beauty. The girl chosen each year is selected to repre- 
sent the entire student body and exemplify the spirit 
of USC-S. Miss USC-S for 1975-76 is Susan Ann 
Wood, seen at left in costume celebrating the bicen- 
tennial. The Editors and staff of the 1976 Carolana 
congratulate Miss Wood on her all around excellence 
which made her so deserving of this title. 



SUSAN ANN WOOD 



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Miss Freshman 
Melissa Hayes 




Miss Sophomore 
Susan Harrison 





uses FINALLY GETS LIBRARY 




Smile! and pretend it's not cold. 




Can you tell which is the real Camel Smoker? 





Friends, Romans. Countrymen - lend me 
your ears. . . and nose, and mouth and. . . 



Now that we've got it, what do we do -with it? 



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All,! I thought my Tonka toys were fin: 




Another sanitanj landfill. 




There's nothing quite so pleasing as an honest day's uiork. 



We never knezv culture could be so fun! 





Gossip lab of tlie future. 



S.N. A. Throws Halloween Party For Crippled 
Children. 




All together now: Phenokutinuria disease. 




Welcome to the Land of Oz 




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Can't you see we want to be alone. 




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Maybe someday I'll get big and dnnk from a bottle like 
daddy's. 



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One for you: two for me. 




Ver-r-ry interesting. 



This sho isn't helping my headache. 




one, two, three, HEAVE 



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Tarns Entertain at Christmas Dance 




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Tarns perform for Homecoming crowd. 



Love that tattoo. 



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These ek'es get bigger everyday. 




This is their best Koolaid! 




When do they serve the beef tounges? 
Two doors down and on the right. 




Pop, pop, fizz, fizz, oh what a relief it is. 





How 'bout a contribution for the bag. 




Ain't love grand. 




Who needs mistletoe? 



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W/iflf a handfull! 





6 of one, half a dozen of the other. 



Up, up, and away! 




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GOOSEBUMPS, Whafs a Dinglefest? 





Ten D\/e divs the Charleston at the lU's dauee. 



Lisa Wilkins dispUn/s the eostumei worn during the 20's. 



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1976 Homecoming candidates left to right; front row: Melissa Hayes, Donna Parsons, Tami Forrest, Susan Harrison, Marie Tillotson, Vonnie 
McMillian, Back row: Sandy Thore, Lynn Bates, Julie Brooks, Lisa Wilkins, Renee Smith, Donna Holloman, Sharon Hemdon, Susan Theo. 




Dr. Sansbury crozims 1976 Homecoming 
Queen, Miss Donna Holloman. 



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The mad hatter has escaped. 



It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Super Prince. 





This =+$%*?-! projector. 



my name was supposed to be in this paper." 



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This is disgusting! 




Get your hand off my knee 



Betsy Ross eat your heart out! 



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ATHLETICS 




Athletic Director 
Joe Bowman 



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SPAR17\N 
RIFLES 




Left to right: Jim Elliot, Bill Humphries, Ducie Robinson, James Brooks, John Davis, Wayne Holden, Pat Stilt, Curtis Williams. Lavanda Sweeney, Skip Frye, 
Coach Bill Reitmeier. 

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The Spring Basketball Team consists of: L to R: Skip Frye, Barn/ Black. Bill Humphries, Curtis WiUiams, Wayne Holden, Duae Robinson, Lawrence Davis, lohnny 
Whiteside, and Coach Bill Reitmeier. 








Wayne Holden 



Lawerence Davis 



Ducie Robinson 





Curtis Williams 



Barry Black 



Sill Humphries 



CHEERLEADERS 




Cheerleaders L to R: Marsha Tuck. Keith Henderson, Sharon Hemdon, Tommy Sherbert, Marie Tillotson, Joel Hawkins, 
Kaye Hall. Pic Durham, Robin Frye. 




Head Cheerleader: Marie Tillotson 




Cheerleader Advisor: Carol Smith 




Sharon Hcnidon 




Kaye Hall 



Marsha Tuck 





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CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 



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Greg Alexander and Skip Frye 




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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 1975-76 

Columbia College Dec. 5 
Lenoir-Rhyne Dec. 5 
Lander College Dec. 11 
Augusta College Jan. 12 
UNC-Asheville Jan. 17 
Converse College Jan. 19 
Norfh Greenville Jan. 21 
Lander College Jan. 24 
Augusta College Jan. 27 
USC-Lancaster Jan. 29 
Lenoir-Rhyne Feb. 4 
Spartanburg Methodist Feb. 7 
North Greenville Feb. 9 
UNC-Asheville Feb. 12 
USC-Lancaster Feb. 14 
Spartanburg Methodist Feb. 17 
Converse College Feb. 19 
Columbia College Feb. 24 



Debby Leonard struggles for recovery of the ball. 





Basketball Team L to R: 
Ernestine Brou'n, Debbie 
Smith, Debby Leonard, 
Sandy Leonard, Susan 
Brown. (1st Roio) 2nd 
Row L to R: Miriam 
Sheldon, Pam Davis, 
Pam Howard, Cindy 
Garrett, Janice Allen, 
Raejean King, Cathy 
Simmons. 



WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM 



The USC-S Lady Rifles Volleyball team closed their disheartening season of 
0-16 with a glimmer of hope as they took a game from Benedict College in the 
SCAIAW State Volleyball Tournament, held November 14-15 at Francis Marion 
College with twelve participating teams. Benedict College, like USC-S, fielded its 
first women's varsity volleyball team this year. The tourney winner was College 
of Charleston, winning eight consecutive games over the two day period, with 
Winthrop College taking second place honors. 

Participants this season for the Lady Rifles were Janice Allen, Beth Burgess, 
Beth Rogers, Pam Howard, Christana McKissick, Debby Smith, Vickie Plazico, 
Kim Maybury, Cathy Simmons, and LuAnn Cleary. Each of these girls has three 
years of remaining eligibility, and the team expects improvement with experi- 
ence, as this was their first exposure to competitive power volleyball. 

We hope that we can encourage more young women to participate in athletic 
activities at USC-S. Being a commuter college with no dormitory accommoda- 
tions, it is easy for students not to be involved in "college" life. College athletics 
deserves your consideration because they add dimension to the academic aspect 
of college and sets a precedent for active life styles. 






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Left to Right. Bottom: Debby Smith, Vickie Plaxico. Middhr Kmi Maybury, Chnstana McKissick, Beth 
Rogers. Top: Pam Hoivard, Janice Allen. Cathy Simmons. 



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JUDO TEAM 




Ken Stophler at Stale Championships 




Ken Stophler, Mike Harris, Wendell Bruce, Cindy Taylor, Lee Speer, 
Danny Swaiid, and Danny. 



On bottom Bob Smith. 



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TENNIS TEAM 




Tennis Team L to R: Ron Eaglm, David Bishop, Gregg Hammond, Hap Belmont, Wilson Casey, Lisa McClure, Joel Elder. 



Not Pictured: Danny Yarbrough, Brad Late, Bruce Howard, Lee Speer. 



FALL 1975 SCEDULE 

Gardner-Webb Sept. 3 
Gardner-Webb Sept. 17 
UNC-Asheville Sept. 27 
North Greenville Oct. 2 
Limestone Oct. 6 
North Greenville Oct. 9 
Limestone Oct. 14 
College of Charleston Oct. 23 
College of Charleston Oct. 28 




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First Row. Left to Right: Darrell Dollar, Doug Cecil, Dan Abraham. Second Row. Left to Right: Barri/ Black, Maxey Lynn, David Glenn, Tim Teaster, 
Joe Bowman (Coach). 




Darrell Dollar takes a practice swing. 



The USC-Spartanburg in its first 
full year of participation finished 
the Spring 1975 season with a 14-8 
record. This season was highligh- 
ted by victories over most of the 
NAIA District 6 teams played. A 
strong showing in the South 
Carolina Invitational at Hampton 
climaxed the season. 

In the Fall 1975 season USC- 
Spartanburg fielded its strongest 
team ever. With four freshman al- 
ternating at starts with three re- 
turning lettermen, the team started 
slowly with an eighth place finish 
in the Lander Invitational and a 
ninth place finish in the Etowah 
Valley Invitational. After winning 
two dual meets the Rifles managed 
a very prestigious tenth place 
finish in the Furman Four Ball 
Tournament, finishing ahead of all 
teams except major NCAA schools 
from SEC, ACC and Southern Con- 
ference. This also marked the 
Rifles' first ever win over perennial 
golf power Wofford College. 




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Coaches: David Clcnn and Joe Bowman. 



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/ knew you couldn't keep up with me! 



Right, left, right, left, Left?! 




Come on. Let me through, please! 



Not now! My wife is looking!! 





Keep oil truekm'. 



It's a bird, it's a plane . . . 




Lie still and take it like a man! 




Aren't you glad I use Dial? 



Take that dumb hat off so I can see the music! 




1 think my bra lust snapped! 



'You've blown it all sky high. 




EPILOGUE 




Once upon a time, long ago and far away, 
the staff of Carolana 1975-76 had a dream that 
we could publish a book. Many times during 
the past year we thought we would never 
realize our dream. But still with all the delays, 
fights and never having enough pictures, our 
dream finally became reality. It is our hope for 
you — the administration, faculty, staff, and 
students of USC-SPARTANBURG — that we 
have fulfilled this dream, and given you a 
book, not for a year, but one that will last for a 
lifetime. 

Lisa Wilkins — Editor 

Stephen Groce 

Carolana Staff 1975-76 




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