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...vcrsity of South Carolm 
at Spartanburg 
Spartanburg South Carolina 

1978 
Volume X 



Prologue 

Student Cife 

Enter tainment 

Honors 

. . . Administration 

faculty 

Organizations 

Sports 

Classes 

Epilogue 

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Do M Mow Where Zhe Path jCeads. 
Rather. Qo Where Zhere Js J^o Path 
And Ceave A Zrail. 



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the Moment . . . Zhen We Will 
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Our Paths Have Ced Us Mere 
7rom Md^y Places in Cife, 
Sack of Us Seeks to Conquer 
Different Horizons, Cet Us 
Sack Seek tkePatkto Our Own 
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On the colored pages of yesterday 

Silver visions changed into the 

perfumed 

And slow walk along the rocky 

path. 

Together, we touched the spring 

In that sheltered bower beneath 

A Myriad of falling, white petals; 

While the unending stream 

Blossomed with promises of 

Unheard melodies, 

We discovered our inner self 

and the infinite. 




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In the crisp, steel-blue night 
We have arrived at some point 
And await tomorrow's undiscovered songs 
and unseen colors . . . 
Who shall we be? 

In the far-off melodies we shall dream 
Our visions and sing our songs . . . 
But for now, we know it is truly . . . 
The educated student that knows 
That the mere acquisition of masses 
Of facts and figures is useless unless 
The knowledge we have obtained 
Is critically examined and 
Used in a logical scheme of thought. 
These two— thought and knowledge- 
Are but fine complements to each other; 
Thought makes knowledge useful; 
Knowledge makes wise thought possible. 
Remember this as you forge your trail. 




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Characters— Alta Snell 
Chris Cline 
Carol Clippard 
Aya Zvaigzne 
Teri Dye 
Kay Phillips 
Kenny Covington 
Michele Hart 
Music Composed by Andy Moller 
Set Design by Chris Cline 
Lighting by Simon Ferguson, 

Clay Francis 
Set Construction by Arty Har- 
mon, Sherrie Harris, 
Chris Cline, Linda 
Long. 
Directed by Jimm Cox 
Assistant Director Cathy Conner 
Stage Manager Cathy Conner 




Characters— Clark Gregory 
Aya Zvaigzne 
Alta Snell 
Chris Cline 
Director— Jim m Cox 
Assistant Director— Chris Cline 
Stage Manager— Chris Cline 
Make Up— Chris Cline 
Lighting— Clay Francis 
Publicity— Kay Phillips, Cathy 
Conner, Alta Snell, 
Chris Cline 
Box Office— Cathy Conner, Linda 
Long, Lynn Clemmons, 
Chris Cline 
House Manager— Cathy Conner 



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Bee Gee'^s 

Soap 

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Poet on the Porch. 

Richie Lecea and Nina Kale were 

presented by the Convocation 

Series. 

Nick Theodore— one of the many 

political candidates who visited 

the campus. 

Stan Waterman lectured on the 

underwater photography used in 

"Jaws". 



1977-1978, The Year 
Of Events at USCS 
And the World 



Fleetwood Mac /"Rumours" 



Debby Boone . . . "You Light 
Up My Life" 




John Travoha 

Taught Us to 

Dance 

"Saturday 
Night Fever" 



Charlie Lost 
an Angel . . . 

Farrah Fawcett 

Turned to 

Movies 



The Deaths of Elvis 
Presley, Groucho Marx 
And Bing Crosby Stunned 
The World 



A moving story. A romantic story. 
A story of envy, hatred, friendship, triumph, and love. 




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J'll walk with gentle pace, 
And choose the smoothest place, 
And careful dip the oar, 
And shun the winding shore. 
And gently steer my boat 
Where water-lilies float, 
And cardinal flowers 
Stand in their sylvan bowers. 



TO THE MAIDEN IN THE EAST 




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WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 
COLLEGES ANDUNIYERSITIES 




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Cathy Keuthan . . . Miss USCS 1978 





Miss Junior 
Melissa Hayes 



Miss Senior 
Kit Jordan 




Miss USCS/31 




Miss Freshman 
Clary Oglesby 



Miss Sophomore 
Kella Doolittle 




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Shirley Myres . . . Homecoming Queen 



Friday, April 28 — Honors Day 




Awards 



Art Award Billy Bufflngton 

Music Award Andy Moller 

Wall Street Journal 

Student Achievement Award Jimmy Meadows 

Biology Award Ed Riley 

Curtain Call Award Christopher Cline 

Freshman English Award Rebecca Simpson 

English Major Award Kathy Demos 

School of Nursing Award Rose Gidaro 

South Carolina Lung Association 

Community Service 

Award Candace DelisioDowr 

Chemical Rubber Company 

Award ,, : Louise Gardner 

Mathematics Award Richard Colgate 

Political Science Award Donna Pierce 

History Award Ann Harris 

Psychology Award Susan Leonard 




Science Fair 




Larsen, Couch Receive Sullivan 
Awards 




Professor Emeritus . . . James Sloan 





JACK TURNER 

USCS'S 1978 
TEACHER OF 
THE YEAR 




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because J wished to I we 
deliberately, to front only the 
essential facts of life, and see 
if J could not learn what it 
had to teach, and not. when 
J came to die, discover that J 
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Admimstratioft Mlends Campus Policies with Zkose 
of the University System 



1. DR. OLIN SANSBURY, JR. Vice-President; 
Pli.D., University of South Carolina. 

2. DR. DOYLE BOGGS Director of Informational 
Services; Ph.D., University of South Carolina. 

3. JOE GARDNER Director of Development; 
M.B.A., University of Miami. 

4. MARIAN MURPH Administrative Assistant to 
the Vice-President. 




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1. TED EILENBURG Dean for Administration; M.B.A., 
Dartmouth College. 

2. BOB CONNELLY Controller. 

3. JOHN CAMPBELL Accountant. 

4. RUTH SHIPLETT Personnel Assistant. 

5. BUSINESS OFFICE Brenda Weaver, Joyce Butler, 
Brenda Smith, Betty Stevens. 




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2. LIBRARY STAFF Teresa Pappas, Anne 
Bailey, Not pictured— Gwen Gaither. 

3. JAN YOST Director of Institutional Research 
and Grants; Ed.D., University of Georgia. 

4. LIBRARIANS Valerie Burnie, M.LS., Florida 
State University; Judith Dye, M.S.L.S., Atlanta 
University; Bob Perrin, M.L.S., University of 
Washington; Ellenor McCaughrin; M.L., Univer- 
sity of South Carolina. 



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budgets, Admissions, Kecords, Student 3ees — All a 
Part of uses Administration 




2. ERIC JOLLY Director of Admissions 
and Records; M.A., Ohio University. 



1. ADMISSION AND RECORDS Beth Conrad, Barbara Daniels, Darlene Marlowe, Judy 
Hawl<ins, Sylvia Morgan. 



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DR. TONY PAPPAS Chairperson for Continuing Education: MARILYN LIPSCOMB Administrative Assistant for B.C. S. 
Ph.D.. University of Mississippi. 




AUDIOVISUALS Alan Gray, Graphics; Becky Patterson, Director, M.A., Appalachian State 
University: Jane Bradley, Secretary/Technician. 



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UaiHtenance, Security, bookstore— All Vital 
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RIVERS HALL Chief of Maintenance. 




BOOKSTORE Chuck Beyseigel, Joy Ballenger, Bryant Reeves- 
IVIanager. 




FRONT ROW— Clifford Black, Mattie Booker, Mary Johnson, 
Betty Manigan, Oscar Gist Jr., Madison Landrum. BACK 
ROW— S. T. Dandy, Jimmie Fluker, James McArthur, Frank 
Cannon, Glenn Landrum, Ceroy Leath. 



SEATED— Joi Hawley— Switchboard Operator, Pam 
Blackwood— Security Secretary. STANDING— Bennett 
Wilson, Bill Fendley, Bill Blum, David Hodge, Mike 
Bruce— Director of Transportation and Security. 



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Admimstratwe Offices — Where Students Seek 
hfomation Vital for Academic Success 




STUDENT AFFAIRS AND FINANCIAL AID FRONT ROW— 
Peggy Rowe — Secretary/Student Affairs, Tor 
Davis— Dean for Student Affairs, Kathy Norman— Campus 
Nurse. BACK ROW— Bill Reitmeier— Director of In- 
tramurals and Recreation, M.S., California State Universi- 
ty; Al Gray— Director of Financial Aid/Veterans Affairs. 

TOM DAVIS Dean for Student Affairs; M.A., Florida State 
University. 

ATHLETICS Guy Jacobsohn— Judo Coach, Joe Bow- 
man—Golf Coach, Richard Predmore— Tennis Coach, Bill 
Hinson— Men's Basketball Coach, Emily Meyers— Girls' 
Basketball Coach, Paul Mack— Athletic Director. 



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Secretaries and Kesearch Per so met 
Reduce Meavy Worktoad of Chairpersons 




DIVISION SECRETARIES FRONT ROW— Angell Pettit, 
Education; Elaine Johnson, Director of Development; 
Susan Gilmore, Fine Arts and Social and Behavioral 
Sciences; Ann Grain, Nursing. SECOND ROW— Jacki 
Sherbert, Science and Mathematics; Sue Cannon, 
Business Administration. NOT PICTURED— Sandy Ulmer, 
Continuing Education/Academic Services. 



KATIE MURPHY School of Nursing: Admission 
Counselor. 

CHOONG LEE School of Nursing; Research 
Director. 



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1. RUTH MORAN Dean of School of Nursing; Ed.D., 
Columbia University. 

2. JOHN EDMUNDS Chairman of Social Sciences 
and Fine Arts; Ph.D., University of South Carolina. 

3. BERT MENEES Chairman of Business Adminstra- 
tion; Ph.D., University of South Carolina. 



Chairpersons 



Chairpersons 




1. DAVID TAYLOR Chairman of 
Science and MatJiematics; M.A., Ap- 
palacliian State University. 

2. ARTHUR JUSTICE Chairman of 
Education; Ph.D., Duke University. 

3. Faculty members awaiting results 
of "Battle of Brains" at Westgate 
Mall. 




1. ALLEN, TOM Social and Behavioral 
Sciences; Ph.D., University of Georgia. 

2. BABB, NANCY Nursing; M.S.N., 
Medical College of Georgia. 

3. BABIN, ED Social and Behavioral 
Sciences; Ph.D., University of Georgia. 

4. BACHA, CATHY Nursing; M.S.N., 
Medical College of Georgia. 

5. BARNES, JAMES Science and 
Mathematics; Ph.D., Clemson Universi- 
ty. 




1. BELSER, JUDY Social and Behavioral 
Sciences; Ph.D., University of Florida. 

2. BLALOCK, JANIS Nursing; B.S.N., 
University of South Carolina. 

3. BOWMAN, JOE Education; Ed.D., 
University of South Carolina. 

4. BROWN, JAMES Social and 
Behavioral Sciences; Ph.D., University of 
Wisconsin. 

5. CAMPBELL, JOAN Nursing; B.S.N. , 
Montana State University. 

6. CAMPBELL, LYLE Science and 
Mathematics; Ph.D., University of South 
Carolina. 



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2. COGDELL, CECILIA Nursing; M.N., 
University Of South Carolina. 

3. COGGINS, CAROL Nursing; Medical 
College of Georgia. 

4. COHENS, EVELYN Education; 
M.Ed., University of South Carolina. 

5. COLLOMS, VERGENE Fine Arts; 
M.M., Northwestern University. 




1. cox, JIMM Fine Arts; M.A., University 
of South Carolina. 

2. CROSLAND, ANDY Fine Arts; Ph.D., 
University of South Carolina. 

3. DAVIS, ANGIE Nursing; M.N., Emory 
University. 

4. DAVIS, MELVIN Social and Behavioral 
Sciences; M.S., University of South 
Carolina. 

5. DAVISSON, JANE Education; M.Ed., 
Clemson University. 

6. DENT, SUSAN Nursing; M.N., Universi- 
ty of South Carolina. 





1. DONNELLY, BRIAN Social and 
Behavioral Sciences; Ph.D., University 
of Georgia. 

2. DRESSMAN, MICHAEL Fine Arts; 
Ph.D., University of North Carolina. 

3. DRUCKER, MEYER Business Ad- 
ministration; J.D., University of South 
Carolina. 

4. FOUCHE, CLARENCE Science and 
Mathematics; Ph.D., University of South 
Carolina. 

5. OILMAN, RICHARD Social and 
Behavioral Sciences; Ph.D., University 
of Chicago. 




1. GLENN, DAVID Business Administra- 
tion; M.B.A., University of South Carolina. 

2. HARVEY, BOB Science and 
Mathematics; M.S., Oregon State Univer- 
sity. 

3. HAWKINS, TOM Education; Ph.D., 
University of Nebraska. 

4. HENDERSON, ALICE Social and 
Behavioral Sciences; Ph.D., University of 
Michigan. 

5. HENDERSON, CONWAY Social and 
Behavioral Sciences; Ph.D., University of 
Iowa. 





2. HOLCOMBE, LEE Social and 
Behavioral Sciences; Ph.D., Columbia 
University. 

3. HOWARD, BETTY Education; 
M.A.T., Converse College. 

4. HUNLEY, LOU Education; Ph.D., 
University of South Carolina. 

5. JACOBSOHN, GUY Science and 
Mathematics; M.A., California State 
University. 



1. JAMES, JEAN Education; M.Ed., 
University of South Carolina. 

2. JILLING, MICHAEL Business Ad- 
ministration; Ph.D., University of South 
Carolina. 

3. KELLER, MARJORIE Nursing; M.S.N., 
Medical College of Georgia. 

4. KEUTHAN, CHARLES Business Ad- 
ministration; M.B.A., Mississippi State 
University. 

5. KISSELL, WILLIAM Business Ad- 
ministration; M.B.A., George Washington 
University. 





2. NOLL, VERN Social and Behaviora 
Sciences; Ph.D., Indiana University. 

3. PARRIS, BARRY Science and 
Mathematics: B.S., University of South 
Carolina. 

4. PATRICK, JUANITA Nursing; B.S.N., 
University of South Carolina. 

5. PREDMORE, RICHARD Fine Arts; 
Ph.D., University of Florida. 




2. SHELDON, MIM Education; Ph.D., 
University of Southern California. 

3. DAVIDSON, ELIZABETH SIKES Fine 
Arts; Ph.D., University of South 
Carolina. 

4. SIMPKIN, ROBERT Science and 
Mathematics; Ph.D., University of 
Maryland. 

5. SIMS, GLENDA Nursing; M.S.N., 
Medical College of Georgia. 



1. SINGH, BALWANT Education; Ph.D., 
University of Mississippi. 

2. SISTRUNK, ALBERTHA Fine Arts; 
E.Ed., Boston University. 

3. SLOAN, JAMES Social and Behavioral 
Sciences; M.A., Tulane University. 

4. SLOAN, LINDA Education; M.Ed.. 
University of South Carolina. 

5. STAVELY. CHARLES Sciences and 
Mathematics; M.S., Memphis State 
University. 

6. TAYLOR, MARY Nursing; M.S.N., 
Medical College of Georgia. 







1 WILLMOT, CAROLE Nursing; M.N., 
Emory University. 

2 YOUNG, RON Business Administration; 
M.B.A., Georgia State University. 

3 Joe Soman instructing health class. 

4 Jan Yost explaining the basics of public 
address. 

5. Faculty and Staff discuss previous 
meeting in Tukey. 

6. SCEA conference draws interest of the 
audience. 



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Zhe man who goes alone can start to- 
day; but he who travels with another must 
wait till that other Is ready. 



Office 2H: dor Some, a Place to Mate, 
for Others, a Place to Call Home 



Clemmons has locked me out again. . . Becky 
wants everyone to nneet in her office at 11:16. . . 
that stuff is malodorous, fetted, and skuntified. . 
lule I'll scream. . 
.tell them it's for their I.D.. . .1 cringe whenever I 
see her coming. . .the key is locked in the office. 
. .there's only 37 more cartons left. . .Tommy's 
moving that furniture again. . .ya'll get out of 
here, I need to talk to him ALONE . . . TR7? 
Celica!. . .get that tinsel off the ceiling. . .Gary 
came and found her sleeping. . .% of a 
can?. . .spring in the tank, YES, we 
mind. . .Susan, you're perfect, did you knc 
that?. . .1 hope I rot. . .Love that black. . .stop 
the car, it just flew out the window!. . .do you 
need a ride to your car?. . .lock the 
door. . .Good Night. 






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Staff Pictures Were Made oh the Mlowing 

Dates, Where Were you? 



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Don't touch that entertainment page!. . . .where 
is the cut line for the picture of Lee Holcombe?. . 
.Essie, you goin' to the temple or what. . .did you 
see "Soap" last night? I thought I'd die when 
Jessica raped the District Attourney. . .the 
deadline was two hours ago. . .Grin, Baby!. . .but I 
thought Cathy was doing that story. . .the hips go 
first, and the body follows aftah. . .that's the rattiest 
looking coat she's worn yet. . .call Janella and see 
if she has time to set it. . .this IS true. . .could I have 
the WATTS line, please?. . .fight broke. . .do you 
mean Tom Davis can hear everything we say 
through that wall?. . .where's Scott?. . .what is 
David doing at Westgate during his chemistry 
class? 



1. DAVID BAKER Editor-in 
Chief 

2. SCOTT STEINECKE 
Assistant Editor 





Carolinian Provides Both J^ews 
And entertainment for USCS Students 



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CAROLINIAN STANDING— Skip Frye, Cathy Keuthan, David Baker, Lynn Clemmons. FRONT— Susan Wilson, Molly 
Larsen, Nancy Rosenberg. 



Nancy is driving me crazy. . .1 can't believe 
that Linda Ronstadt record is in the top ten 
and Olivia is barely in the top thirty. . .and if 
Ethel IS Madame X, she'll shoot me. . .Guy 
Jacobsohn wants to know where the judo 
story is this week. . .can you believe that 
Gourmet Franz'l is STILL out of turkey?. . .No, 
lusan that page is already finished. . .if I don't 
go to Atlanta soon, I'll go crazy. . .you old dah- 
lin'. . .where did you get that poster of "Satur- 
day Night Fever?". . .there are thirty-seven 
typographical errors in this issue. . .Uncle 
Elmer passed on and Ruth has gone into 
mourning. . .1 quit! 





South Carol im State Student Cegislature 





S. C. STATE STUDENT LEGISLATURE Mary Tibbetts, Jack Rhymer, Lynn Clemmons, Barney 
Blackwell, Susan Wilson, Cathy Keuthan. 




Nancy Cannpbell, Jim Couch, Myra Underwood, Fred Lockman. 




SQA Qivcs Students a Cegislative 
Voice in Campus Affairs 




Parliamentary what?. . 
.Where's the Lecea concert?. . 
.1 want a roll call vote on that. . 
. "The Last Great Jive Ass 
Band". . .point of order, Mr. 
Chairman. . .who's complain- 
ing about too much publicity?. 
. .1 move there be no smol<ing 
in the SGA meetings. . .who's 
turn is it to put up the signs. . 
.would you accept a friendly 
amendment to that motion. . 
.do we serve beer at the dance 
or not. . .how many voted in 
the election. . .1 move we table 
this till next week. . .1 move that 
we adjourn. . .second!. . 
.meeting adjourned! 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL STANDING— Bobby Richardson, Jim Couch, Chip Clary, 
Gary Barnard, Fred Sergiacomi. SEATED— Vonnie McMillan, Vicki McCallum. 
Molly Larsen, Cathy Keuthan, 




STUDENTGOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STANDING— Jim Keuthan, Gary Barnard, Nancy Campbell. SEATED— Lynn 

Couch, Paula Henderson, Fred Lockman, Ronnie Knorr, Clemmons, Wanda Earnhardt, Lisa McClure, Mary 

John Throop, Bobby Richardson, Mike Smith, Susan Tibbetts, Molly Larsen, Vonnie McMillan, Vicki McCallum, 

Wilson, Wendell Bruce, Chip Clary, Fred Sergiacomi, Cathy Myra Underwood. 




UNIVERSAL LOVE FIRST ROW— Susan Hill, Tim Charles. 
Debbie Jolley. John Throop, Donna Crawford, Cheri 
Burnett, Kim Foote, Kella Doolittle, Gwen Stainback, San- 
dra Tubb, Lynn Childers, Lisa McClure, Gwen Turner, 
Chuck Wallington, Kathy Fleming, Alan Wingo, Gary Bar- 
nard. SECOND ROW— Betty Tiszai. Wendy Costine, Toy 



Easier, Bobby Wrather, Wendell Bruce, Joel Elder, Julie 
Brooks, Sandy Auman. THIRD ROW— Wesley Craven, 
Terry Pritchard. Russell Rhodes, Tommy Sherbert, Johnny 
Fowler, Eddie Vess, Chuck Hart, David Lawson, Bennie 
Pike, Myra Underwood. 




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KeeteatioH, and Spiritual Awareness 






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CERS BACK ROW-Gary Barnard, Chuck 
ngton, Tommy Comer, John Throop, Wendell 
B, Tommy Sherbert. ACROSS— Bobby Wrather. 
vlT— Sandy Auman, Kathy Fleming, Donna Craw- 
Julie Brooks, Myra Underwood, Wendy Costine. 





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Society for Advancemmt of 
Psychological Precepts 



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Left to right, Judy Belser, Jackie Sullivan, Frank Nichols, Gordan Mapley, Patty Conrad, 
Bridget Karcher, Joe Charping, Lisa Dunagin, Sandra Chitwood, Susan Leonard, Sandy 
Adams, Elizabeth Forbes, Bill Garren, Dean Yarborough, Greg Rowland, Tom Seymour, 
Joan Hopkins, Carmen Huskamp. 





Administrative Management Soeiei 
Provides S^perienee for Managerial Positions 



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ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT SOCIETY STANDING— Tom Stockdale, Richard Morrison, 
William Carroll, Fred Lockman, Meyer Drucker, Harry Russell. KNEELING— Susan Wilson, Pat 
Mitchell. SEATED— Christine Gossett, Betty Hunt, Robin Gossett, Edward Gee. 




OFFICERS Richard Morrison, William Carroll, Christine Norris, Tom Stockdale, Fred 
Lockman. 



bridge Club Z caches Students Zhc Slcmcnts of the Qame 




BRIDGE CLUB CLOCKWISE— Diane Moller, John Throop, DeWitt Campbell, Rhonda Dob- 
son, Colin Gray, Lisa Prevost, Renee Benton, Penny Travis. 




OFFICERS Renee Benton, Vice-President; John Throop, President; Valerie 
Burnie, Advisor. 



Chess Club Ceams the htricacies Of the Qame 




CHESS CLUB Leila Burnett, Don Cromer, Chip Clary, Phyllis Cox, Collin Gray. 




OFFICERS Chip Clary, President; Phyllis Cox, Vice-President. 



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Outdoors Club hvolves Students in Mature 
Search for J^ew Morizons, J^ew Candmarks 





OUTDOORS CLUB Guy Jacob- 
sohn, Dan Pierce, Jim Graves, 
Gillian Newberry, Ken Stophel, 
Henry Price, Dean Yarborough, 
Greg Rowland, Bob Harvey, 
Barry Parris. 

OFFICERS Ken Stophel, Presi- 
dent; Henry Price, Vice- 
President. 




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S hoes t ting Players Promote Variety and 
Creativity in Season's Performances 




OFFICERS Sara Kay Phillips, President; Chris 
Cline, Vice-President; Carol Clippard, Secretary; 
Aya Zvaigzne, Treasurer. 

Don't you dare smile or I will kill. . 
.where is that#@(t;# lipstick. . .Cora Lee, 
now that ain't funny. . .don't you touch me 
with them rats. . .the cows is gettin' out. . 
.'em dryers just wring 'um to death. . .Poly 
Ester. . .Ya'ss O. . .trying to sell pancels to 
a Great Dane. . .tuner fish, tomaters, 
choclit, and waderchesnuts. . .1 know the 
bags under my eyes are ugly, that is why I 
had them removed. . .that old black 
magic. . .Kate Smith trying to get her 
moon over the mountains. . .she used to 
dress up like Dolly Parton. . .damned it all 
they might have left me my toothbrush. . 
.buried with her bowling trophies. . .1 
won't clap. . .wanniller wafers. . .yaller 
haired, donkey breathed. . .SETC here we 
come. . .call Kentucky. . .that was really 
nice. 




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Cetteman—A Symbol of Smllancy in Sports 



OFFICERS Mike Allen, Vice-President; Pam Howard, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Skip Frye, President. 

LETTERMEN'S CLUB KNEELING— Linda Sloan— Advisor, 
Yvonne McNally, Marty Jett, Skip Frye, Kim Foote, Cindy 
McGill, Robyn Frye, Kym Laney. FIRST ROW— Mark Hinson, 
Kaye Hall, Lisa Shockley, Pam Davis, Ernie Brown, Chris 
Monroe, Pam Howard, Vanessa Hardin, Marie Cruel. 
SECOND ROW— Wanda Crocker, Becky Frye, Zeke 
Oglesby, Julie Fagan, Mary McDaniel, Steve Arrowood, 
David Clary, Linda Corn, Diane DeKoyer, Julie Pridgeon. 
THIRD ROW— Chris Harris, Nate Gagum, Curtis Williams, 
Rob Williams, L.A. Hill, Sylvester Dennis, Oscar Mooney, 
Herman Johns, Mike Barnhill, Bobby Youngblood, Mike 
Allen, Dr. Joe Bowman— Advisor. 





Mlaek Student UnioH Serves to further Ulack Merest 




OFFICERS Jimmi Lewis, President; Thomasena Jackson, Secretary; Peggy Black, Treasurer; Her- 
man Johns, President; Lucius Pitts, Historian. 




BLACK STUDENT UNION FIRST ROW— Jackie Carter, Rhonda Nesbitt, Zeke Oglesby, Sandra 
Jones, Dale Robinson, Joanne Gary, Rona Dwkins, Zavier King, Frank Nicolas, Earl Copeland, 
Ralph Mason, Angela Sims. SECOND ROW— L.A. Hill, Thomasena Jackson, Peggy Black, Tonya 
Bonds, Kathy Booker, Dewey Bowen, Ronald Boggs, Robert Williams. THIRD ROW— Alfred 
Dawkins, Michael Burnett, Chris Harris, Oscar Mooney, Nate Gagum. FOURTH ROW— Lucius 
Pitts, Jimmi Lewis, Herman Johns. Sylvester Dennis, Mike Swann. NOT PICTURED— Lib Stevens, 
Denise Robinson, Nessey Walker, Curtis Williams. 



Jrt Ceague Stresses hdividual Creativity 




Photo Club focuses oh Accurate Exposures and Perfect Prints 




PHOTO CLUB STANDING— Lester Richards, Tony English. SEATED— Alan Gray, 
Becky Patterson, Brian Kelly. 



Judo and Mdrtial Arts T)emoH$trate$ Self-Defense 




JUDO CLUB Jerry Newman, John 
Throop, Craig Alcott, Cindy Taylor, 
Mike Flanagan, Guy Jacob- 
sohn— Advisor. 




Martial Arts 



MARTIAL ARTS CLUB Ron 
Lance— Instructor, Cornell 
Clinkscales— Assistant Instruc- 
tor, Marc Robertson, Jinnmy 
Drummond. NOT PICTURED— 
George Lark, Carl Landrum, 
Mike Leggett— Treasurer. 



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Outstanding Ceadership and Academic Qualities 



Spartan 
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OFFICERS Elizabeth Sikes 
Davidson, Advisor; Kit Jordon, 
Vice-President; Molly Larsen, 
President; Thalia Sudduth, 
Secretary. 




T)elta Kappa 



DELTA KAPPA STANDING— Steve 
Billings, Jim Sloan, James Brown, Julie 
Brooks, Tommy Small, Steve Mason, 
Pam Howard, Wayne Holden, Susan 
Wilson, Vonnie McMillan, Jim Couch, 
Molly Larsen, Tom Davis. SEATED— 
Alice Henderson, Kathleen Demos, Kit 
Jordon. 




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Contemporary Music Workshop 




CONTEMPORARY MUSIC WORKSHOP LEFT UP— Debbie Robinson, Cynthia 
Hall, Donna Crawford, Carol Lancaster, Scott McClellan, Andy Moller, Bary Bar- 
nard, Teresa Crowe. RIGHT DOWN— Mark Freeman, Johnny Fowler, Susan 
Flippen, Janet White, Denise Burnett, Cindy Abisso, Linda Gibson. 



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Pep Band Enter tains Students, Kallies 
Spirit at Athletic Events 



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PEP BAND FIRST ROW— Judy Brock, Janet White, Keith Moller. THIRD ROW— Al Gray, David Lee, Hal Leslie, Mark 
Robbins, Jason Lindsay, Bryan Lindsay. SECOND Roddy, Jeff Noland, Anthony Williams. 
ROW— Paul Fitzgerald, Mary McDaniel, Don Knight, Andy 



Political Science— A Jorum for S^cchange of Jdeas 
Circle K Serves School and CommuHity ^^ 




POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB STANDING— Ken Stophel, E 

Henderson, Ron Romine, Keith Kelly, Dennis Tinsley. SEATED— Vonnie McMillan, Cathy 

Keuthan, Tim Charles— Vice-President, Kay Millard— President, Dawn Rucker. 




CIRCLE K Cindy Carbough, Jim Couch, Paula Henderson, Pc 
Rhonda Atkins. 



Maggie JCets Poets Show Zheir Stuff 
Sigma Pi Mu Sntertain Area Civic Clubs 




VIAGGIES DRAWERS Andy Crosland, Bryan Lindsay, Daniel Henson, Caria Rood, Molly 
-arsen, Michele Bazemore, Marilyn Clary. 




SIGMA PI MU— KNEELING— Diane Millwood, Lynn Clemmons, Dale Petty. 
STANDING— Dave Williams, Cynthia Hall, Gay Gettys, Williams Jones, Johnny 
Fowler, Deborah Robinson, Beverly Bratton, Clay Williamson. OFFICERS B 
Bratton, Historian; Johnny Fowler, Vice-President; Lynn Clemmons, President, u-cu- 
bie Robinson, Secretary. 



Students hvolved in J^cw Qoals — Sings 
Veteran Student Ceague 




SINGS Sue Perrin, Fred Sergiacomi, Carol Smith, Joan Hopkins, Mike Goree, Shirley 
Carroll, Elizabeth Babbs. 




VETERAN STUDENTS LEAGUE Jim Smith, Paul Fitzgerald, Joe Simmons, 
Debbie Blanton, Mary Ann Tripp, Barney Blackwell, Harvey Fletcher. 



Ski Club Zravd to Mountains to Snjoy Snow 
Qun Club Stresses S^cpertise in Handling of Tireams 




SKI CLUB William Carroll, Chuck Beyseigel, Tom Stockdale, Tina Stout, Becky Washburn. 




GUN CLUB KNEELING— Dr. M. B. Ulmer, Gene Liscomb, Alan Pritchard, Tom 
Stockdale. STANDING— Joey Jolley, Marty Jett, Don Pierce, William Carroll, Mark 
Tate, Hubert Tomlinson, Terry Pritchard. 



SJ^A Provides Occupatioml and Social S^petiemes 
?or J^ursing Students 



NURSING FIRST ROW— Katherine Clary, 
Candice Delisio-Downs, Susan Schrader, 
Bunny Brown, Peggy Byrd. SECOND 
ROW —Mary Taylor— Advisor, Nancy 
Campbell, Tobie Smith, Peggy Crumley, 
Debbie Jolly. THIRD ROW— Debbie 
Fowler, Ann Burnett, Beth Zuercher, Bren- 
da Hardin. FOURTH ROW— Cindy Rob- 
bins, Kim Carver, Kathy Robbins, Duveen 
Lysaght. FIFTH ROW— Andy Farmer, 
Susan Bagwell, Betty Coffelt, Jimmy 
Ferrell. 





ISaptist Student Union Affiliates Students 
With City -Wide Organization 





OFFICERS Lloyd Calloway. B.J. 
Calloway, Sherry Jolly, Kim 
Foote, Tim Welchel, Hugh 
Burlington. 

BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 
FIRST ROW— Debbie Robin- 
son, Teresa Crowe. SECOND 
ROW— Sherry Jolly, Harriette 
Belue, Sandy Henderson. 
THIRD ROW— Al Mabry, B.J. 
Calloway, Lloyd Calloway, 
Wesley Craven. FOURTH 
ROW — Tim Welchel, Kim 
Foote, Hugh Burlington, David 
Lawson. 



PORTS 




Kmember thy creator in the days of thy youth. Rise free from care before the dawn, 
and seek adventures. Cet the noon find thee by other lakes, and the night overtake thee 
everywhere at home. Zhere are no larger fields than these, no worthier games than may 
here be played. Qrow wild according to thy nature, like these sedges and brakes . . . 
Cet not to get a living be thy trade, but thy sport. Snjoy the land, but own it not. 
Through want of enterprise and faith men are where they are. buying and selling, and 
spending their lives like serfs. 



Zhe year in Sports— Basketball 





NATmANiEl GAGuM 
HERMAN JOHNS 
MARK McKOWN 




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COACH BILL HINSON 
NIEL SIMMONS 



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November 18 Men vs. Coastal Carolina Away 

Men vs. Francis Marion Away 

Home 



November 19 
November 23 



Men vs. College of Charleston 
Rifle Regiment Night 



November 25 Men vs. Limestone 
November 26 Men vs. Lander 



Away 
Away 



November 30 Women vs. Benedict (scrimmage) Home 



Men vs. UNCat Asheville Home 
High School Night 

December 3 Men vs. Belmont Abbey Away 

December 7 Women vs. Newberry Away 

Men vs. Erskine Home 
uses Club Recognition Night 

December 10 Women vs. USC at Aiken Away 

Men vs. USC at Aiken Away 

December 12 Women vs. Coker Home 

'January 5 Men vs. Armstrong State Away 

January 7 Women vs. Erskine Home 

Men vs. Baptist College Away 

January 9 Women vs. Converse Home 

Men vs. Coastal Carolina Home 
Grade School Night 

January 14 Women vs. Winthrop Home 

Men vs. Belmont Abbey Home 
Shriner's Night 

January 16 Women vs. Erskine Away 

Men vs. Erskine Away 

January 19 Women vs. Coker Away 
Men vs. College of Charleston Away 

January 21 Women vs. Presbyterian Home 

Men vs. Presbyterian Home 
Parents Night 



January 23 

January 25 

January 26 
January 28 
January 30 

February 2 
February 4 
February 6 

February 9 
February 11 
February 13 

February 15 
February 20 

February 22 

February 23-25 
February 25 
February 28 



Women vs. Lander 
Men vs. UNC at Asheville 

Men vs. Francis Marion 
Senior Citizen Night 

Men vs. Central Wesleyan 

Women vs. Benedict 

Women vs. Converse 
Men vs. USC at Aiken 
University Night 

Men vs. Limestone 

Women vs. Newberry 

Women vs. USC at Aiken 
Men vs. Newberry 
TEC Night 

Women vs. Lander 
Men vs. Lander 

Men vs. Limestone 
Homecoming 

Women vs. Furman 
Men vs. Central Wesleyan 
Sweetheart Night 

Women vs. Columbia College 

Women vs. Presbyterian 
Men vs. Presbyterian 

Men vs. Lander 

Scout Night 

Fan Appreciation Night 

Women at State Tournament 

Men vs. Francis Marion 

Men vs. Newberry 





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KAY HALL 
LISA SHOCKLY 
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Attention: 

These Two Pages Are Not Sports, 
the Sports Section Ended on the 
Previous Page. For Some Reason 
These Two Pages Were Blank So on 
Them You Will Find Highlights of 
the Year Gone by in Candids . . . 
Sorry Sports Fans . . . 









ERA 
Elvis 

Patty Hearst 
Bert Lance 
Scandals 
Marston 
Anita Bryant 
Gay or Bi? 
Jaws 2 
Olivia 
Travolta 
Sadat 
Zaire 
Funerals 
Moro 
California 
Floods 
Will Geer 
Nikon 
Laverne 
Shirley 
Family 
Frost 

60 Minutes 
Princess Margaret 
Harvey 
Dorn 
Riley 
Finch 
Young 
Holderman 
Rhodesia 
Hubert Humphrey 
Koreagate 
Betty Ford 
Mike 

Dolly Parton 
Rod Stewart 
Night Fever 
Rosalynn Carter 
Jackie O. 
The Greek Tycoon 
Goodbye Girl 
Elaine Powers 
Basic Black 
Juanita Kreps 
Holocaust 
Lime Green 
Daiquiris 
Linda Bea and 
Ruth 
Thanks Cathy 
Thanks Joel 
Thank All 



CLASSES 





J know of but one or two persons with whom J can afford to walk. With most the walk 
degenerates into a more vigorous use of your legs, ludricrously purposeless, while you are discussing 
some mighty argument, each one having his say. spoiling each other's day. worrying one another 
with conversation, hustling one another with our conversation. J know of no use in the walking part 
in this case, empt that we may se€m to be getting on together towards some goal, but of course we 
keep our original distance all the way. jumping every wall and ditch with vigor in the vain hope of 
shaking your companion off Zrying to kill two birds with one stone, though they sit at opposite 
points of compass, to see nature and do the honors to one who does not. 



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scniops 




Mary Abernathy 
Ann Adair 
Carol Adams 
George H. Adams 
Laura Aenchbacher 



Linda Alexander 
Vicki Amick 
Rita Anderson 
Bonnie Anthony 
Steve Arrowood 



Leesa Bainbridge 
Dianne Bagwell 
Susan Bagwell 
Janet Bailey 
Nancy Baily 



Karen Baker 
Joy Ballenger 
John Michael 

Barnhill 
James D. Barrett 
Tara Barry 



Lori Bates 
Hannelore 
Baughcome 
Michael Belcher 
Vikie Bell 
Harriette Belue 



Ruth Ann Benedict 
Ronnie Benstead 
Gary Biggerstaff 
Mark Bishop 
Pat Blackwell 





Bridget Blackwood 
John Blackwood 
Debra Blanton 
Tonya Bonds 
Cindy Bost 



Pamela Bost 
Randy Bowers 
Ricky Bowlden 
Nancy Brady 
Jeff Bramlett 



Kim Bridges" 
Robin Briciges - 
Gina Britt 
Judy Brock 
Elizabeth Brooks 



Bunny Brown 
Johnny Buchanan 
Wanda Burch 
Mike Burdick 
John Burgess 



Donna Burnett 
Eric Burns 
Donald Burroughs 
Eileen Burton 
Linda Busbin 



Anthony Byron 
Debbie Cabiness 
Lynne Caldwell 
Mary Katherine 

Cameron 
Amy Cannon 




Ivy Caud 

Cindy Ceci 

Doug Cecil 

Rita Chag 

Texanne Chappelear 



Roy Charest 
Gary Chastain 
Keith Cheesman 
Debra Childers 
Roger Childers 



Cherie Clark 
David Clary 
Chris Cline 
Betty C of felt 
Jeff Cogdill 



Richard Colgate 
Doug Collin 
Arthur Compton 
Doug Connor 
Tamara Cope 



Earl Copeland 
Cassandra Courtney 
Bill Crawford 
Robert Crawford 
Catherine Cruel 







Lisa Downs 
Jimmie Drummond 
Philip Durham 
Teresa Edwards 
Yvette Edwards 



Yvonne Elder 
Lisa Ferguson 
Simon Ferguson 
Mary Finch 
Harvey Fletcher 



David Ford 
Bobby Fore 
Julia Foster 
Norma Foster 
Robin Foster 



Carol Fowler 
Debra J. Fowler 
Debra L. Fowler 
Bruce Fox 
Clay Francis 



Rebecca Frye 
William Gagum 
Joseph R. Gainey 
Donna Gallman 
Louise Gardner 



Lowell Garrett 
Nancy Garrett 
Gay Gettys 
David E. Gibbs 
Susan Glaser 



Patti Goforth 
Mary Gooch 
Carolyn Gossett 
Robin Gossett 
Genie Grant 



Clark Gregory 
Via Gwinn 
Cathy T. Hadden 
Mike Hadder 
Richard Hall 



Terry Hall 
Carol Hammill 
Rosemary Hanley 
Vanessa Hardin 
Debra Harmon 





0Wm\ 




Cindy Hembree 
Donna Henderson 
Kathy Henderson 
Mike Henderson 
Craig Hendrix 



Mark Hendrix 
Henry Hess 
Bill Hiers 
Steve High 
Brenda Hill 



Becky Hines 
Lori Hines 
Scott Hines 
Robert Hix 
Cheryl Hixson 



Penny Hoffman 
Birdie Holland 
Brian Holmes 
James Hope 
Arthur Hopper 



Kim Hopper 
Patti Hopper 
Joan Horton 
Rita Houston 
Elizabeth Hughston 



Tom Humphrey 
Alice Hunter 
Ricky Huder 
Terry Ingram 
Dorothy Jackson 



Brian James 
Lynn James 
Barry Johnson 
Chester Johnson 
Eddie Johnson 



Mary Johnson 
Joey Jolley 
Phil Jolley 
Brent Jones 
Maryadena Jones 



Rudy Jones 
Thomas Jones 
William Jones 
Brenda Josey 
Anisha Juma 



Marsha Justice 
Nancy Justice 
Katherine Kellett 
Charlotte Kelley 
Keith Kelley 



Eartha Kelly 
Jeannine Kelly 
Gary Kennedy 
Catherine Keuthan 
Bennie King 









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W&m 





Joanne Lanford 
Terry Lanford 
Brad Lawrence 
Ruby Leath 
David Lee 



Shirley Leggon 
Carol Leverette 
Jimmy Levi 
Harold Leslie 
Tom Leuck 



Kay Lewis 
Alicia Locl<iear 
Suzanne Lockman 
Linda Long 
Sybil Marlave 



Josepti Marler 
Darlene Marlow 
Charlene Martin 
Ken Martin 
Mike Massey 






Rex McAbee 
Robin McAbee 
Lisa McClure 
Nona McClure 
Elizabeth McDowell 



Darrell McDowell 
JoAnn McDowell 
Joyce McDowell 
Nancy McDowell 
Terry McFarland 



Dana McKinney 
Lisa McClay 
Tina McLeod 
Mary Meadow 
Steve Michaels 



Mike Mikelonis 
Debbie Miller 
Debbie Monaghan 
Bonita Moore 
Joseph Moore 



Karen Moore 
Larry Moore 
Mary Moore 
Mickey Moore 
Sharon Moore 



Becky Morgan 
Ronald Morgan 
Debbie iV.^rton 
Debra Moses 
David Moss 





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Chris Norris 
Tom Norris 
Cindy Cakes 
Clary Oglesby 
Judy Oglesby 



Brian O'Shields 
Samuel Ctwell 
Lee Owens 
Eric Paris 
Robert Parl<er 



Dennis Parks 
Dan Paterek 
Pam Pattillo 
Marilyn Peeler 
Mary Peeler 



Deborah Phillips 
Ricky Phillips 
Jeannie Poison 
Billy Poteat 
Cecil Poteat 



Teresa Poteat 
Alan Pritchard 
Susan Pruitt 
Ann Reed 
Michael Remir 






Wade Rhinehart 
Russell Rhodes 
Sharon Rice 
Gwen Richardson 
Brenda Riddle 



Cynthia Robbins 
Marc Robertson 
Deborah Rogers 
Dennis Rogers 
Kyle Rogers 



Nancy Rogers 
Tim Rollins 
Debi Routzong 
Will Salon 
Leroy Sanders 



Dianne Sartor 
Tim Satterfield 
Jo Anne Scott 
Chip Scruggs 
Scott Scruggs 



Caria Seabolt 
Jimmy Seay 
Kim Seay 
Tina Seay 
Burt Senn 



Kim Sexton 
Ted Shaw 
Sonny Shipwash 
Debbie Shoaf 
Lisa Shockley 





OPP 





Eddie Simmons 
Freida Simpson 
Sliirley Sims 
Sue Sl<inner 
William Slater 



Roberta Slover 
James Smith 
Jay Smith 
Lisa Smith 
Patricia Smith 



Paulette Smith 
Susan Smith 
Tim Smith 
Wanda Smith 
Annie Sorter 



Robert Soule 
Jill Spoone 
Cynthia Spruhan 
Sheila Staley 
Marlene Stephens 



Donald Stepp 
Rick Stepp 
Ronald Stepp 
Betsy Stewart 
Gwen Stisser 



Scott Stopp 
Linda Strange 
Robert Strickler 
Earleen Stricklln 
Teresa Stuart 



Alice Sutherland 
Rich Sweat 
Daisy Tate 
Cindy Taylor 
Marcia Teaster 



Harold Thomas 
Reginald Thomas 
Georgia Thompson 
Mark Thompson 
Sonya Thompson 



Steve Thrasher 
Janice Threatt 
Mary Tibbetts 
Judith Tinsley 
Velvaly Tinsley 



John Tipton 
Markylena Tolbert 
Huber Tomlinson 
Kim Tooke 
Laura Trainer 



Susan Treadwell 
John Trippe 
Sandra Tubb 
Dianne Upton 
Rita Vinson 



Wanda Waddell 
Robert Wade 
Richard Waldrop 
Marlene 'waldroup 
Becky Walker 






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Bobbin Ward 
Cindy Waters 
Donnie Waters 
Dale Watkins 
Chip Watson 



Sammy Watson 
Garelyne Watts 
Bill Weather 
Marvin Weather 
Chuck Weber 



Stan Wentz 
Steve Westmoreland 
Steve Whaley 
Debra White 
Elizabeth White 



Janet White 
Janeen Whiteside 
Steve Whittier 
Thomas Williamson 
Sammy Willis 



Carolyn Wilson 
Jeff Wilson 
Linda Wilson 
Pam Wilson 
Melissa Ann Wolfe 



Rhonda Wooten 
Dean Yarborough 
Kathy Young 
Virginia Young 



Jakie Allen 
Calvin Alexander 



Welly Alley 
Diane Anderson 



Susan Anderson 
Mary Arnold 
Deborah Babb 
Judy Bailey 
Frank Ballard 



Gary Barnard 
W. D. Barnard 
Martha Barnhill 
Samuel Bass 
Nancy Batchelor 



Michele Bazemore 
Judy Blanton 
Susan Blume 
Michael Bond 



Susan Bowman 
David Boyd 
Claudia Brantley 
Earle Brehany 
Gina Britt 




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Denise Brock 
Kenneth Brov-' 
Billy Bufflngton 
Randy Bunker 
Cheri Burnett 



Nancy Campbell 
Curtis Cantrell 
Debbie Carter 
Christy Caruso 
Dale Chambers 



Evelyn Chulik 
Debbie Church 
Andy Clary 
Joe Clary 
Lynn Cler 



Cornell Clinks 
Steve Cogdill 



sophomore/147 



Donna Crr- 
Chip Cromer 
Don Cromer 
Pat Dampier 
Paula Dave 



Raymond Dawkins 
Sylvester Dennis 



Kella Doom 
Dennis Easier 



Harold Ellis 
John Elmore 



Robert Eubanks 
Howard Fernander 
Alisa Finch 



I ma ruiinopouios 
Michael Gates 




148/sophomore 




James Gilliam 



Florence Ginty 



Mike Goforth 
Anne Goodson 
>kip Goldsm 
Amy Margaret Gordon 
David Graham 



Melanie Green 
Donald Greene 
Teresa Guest 
Sally Yale 
Dannv Hall 



Jackie Harmon 
Janet Harrison 
Chuck Hart 
Roxie Hasting 
Ronda Haves 



sophomore/149 



/anda Haynie 
Mary Henderson 
Sandra Henderson 
Daniel Henson 
Karen Hiatt 



Gail High 
Glenda High 
Gasina Holliday 
Betty Hopkins 
Tim HoDkins 



Tammy Hucks 
Elizabeth Hughstc 
Marthina Jacks 
Daphne Jeffries 



Carolyn Johnson 
Terri Johnsor 
Debbie Jolley 
Carolyn Jolly 




William Jones 
Cheryl Justic 
Briaitte Karche 




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150/sophomore 







Ed Kirby 
Johnny Kleitches 
Robert Laboon 
Dennis Lancaster 
Raymond Lancaster 



Beth Landrum 



David Lawson 
Robbie Lawson 



Rita Lee 
Mike Leggett 
Stephen Lerch 



Jerry Lesley 
James Le 
John Littlejohr 
Altonia Long 
Todd Long 



Connie Lytes 
IVIark Mabrv 



Joan IVIartinell 
Sherri IVIason 



sophomore/151 



William McAlister 
Brenda McGinnis 



Carol McKelvey 
Stanley McKinnt 



Mark McKown 
Judith McManus 
Les McMillan III 
Yvonne McNally 
Don Melaragno 



Rebecca Melton 
Kay Millard 
Betty Miller 
Brenda Miller 
David Miller 



Chal Mills 
Roy Mills 
Steve Minton 



Donald Misner 





Cindy Oakes 
Brian O'Dell 
Joseph 0< 
Laurie Overmar 



Gail Owensby 
Richard Padgett 
Bobby Page 
Eric Paris 
English Parler 



Randy Pollard 
Lisa Porterfield 
Beth Powell 
John Pressley 



Terry Pritchard 
Kathy Queen 
Diane Rainw-'- 
Susan Recto. 
Marilyn Reid 



Ronald Reynolds 
Carmen Rhodes 
Gerry Rhodes 
Jack Rhymer II 
Frankie Rice 



sophomore/ 153 




Jim Sleemar 
David Smith 



Debbie Smith 
Gerald Smith 
Kathy Smith 
Mil<e Smith 
Phillip Smith 



Robert Smit.. 
Sharree Smith 



Thomas Sr 
Barbara Solesbee 



154/sophomore 




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Michael Walker 
Tina Walker 
Deborah Water: 
Bryan Watson 
Dorothy Watsor 



Kereatha Webb 
Ken Wilhelm 
Don Williams 



Helaine Wolff 
Jim Wood 
Shirley Wright 
Robert Wyatt 
Leslie Wylie 





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Thomas Easier 
Resa Ellenburg 
John Enalish 



Pam Evans 
Carol Faulk 
Tony Fernandez 
Jimmy Ferrell 



Hal Fisher 
Karen FisI 



Kathy Flemi 



Kim Foote 
Alexis Forrest 



Vandora Helton 
Donice Henderson 
Terrie Henderson 





Danne Shuping 



Rice Smith 
Susan Smith 
Terry Smith 
Pamela Sprj 



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Associate Degrees- 


-1977-1978 




ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN SCIENCE Carolyn S. Johnson 
IN TECHNICAL NURSING Cheryl Ann Justice 
Mary Estes Arnold Patricia Kinard 


Susan C. Rector 
Marilyn A. Ried 


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Tammy R. Billings Belh Bradey Landrum 
Claudia P. Brantley Altonia Davis Levy 


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Susan Denise Schrader 
Benny Joe Shifflett 


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Ann Champion Burnett Jaon Croker Marlinell 
Peggy Ann Byrd Patty Carole Mason 
Nancy Mae Campbell Sondra Wilson McBee 


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Nancy Hines Smiley 
Kathy B. Smith 
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Deborah Dickey Church Dorothy Mae McKinney 
Katharine G. Clary Jane Ramsey Miller 
Judy Daniel Collins Denise Garrett Morris 
Donna Kay Craig Janice A. Moss 
Peggy Leigh Crumley Shirley B. Myers 
Patricia Luvela Dampier Denise Ann Noel 
Candace J. Delisio-Downs Pamela Ruth Osment 
Jimmy Arthur Ferrell William Kenneth Palmer 
Rose Marie Gidaro Beth H. Parris 
Florence Christene Ginty Flo Eleanor Paris 
Doris Elaine Golightly Cheryl Taylor Pigate 


Katharine M. Spaw 
Mary B. Tibbetts 
Connie C. Threadgill 
Gloria June Ulmer 
Mary Manley Varner 
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Donna Sue Wells 
Donna June West 
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BACHELOR OF ARTS 

Raymond Phillip Allen 
Robert Darrili Bevill 
Ginger Kay BlackweM 
Hazel Jayne Brown 
Janet Lee Coleman 
James Dennis Couch 
James Edward Crook 
Jessie David Dean 
Le©39 Green Dunagin 
Elizabeth Brown Forbes 
Anna Converse Harris 
James Alton Norton 
Eric Bruce Howard 



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Robert Glenn Ivey 
Sara Kathryn Jordon 
Mary Groves Keller 

John Kenneth Lawson 
Susan Tally Leonard 
Anthony Gene Martin 
Stephen Elliott Mason 
Allison Yvonne Ford McMillan 
Rick L. Robinson 
Henry Pearson Cooper 
Curtis Stephen Durham 
Tyler Bretton Evans 
William Eugene Lipscomb 
Yasmin J, Menji 
Janet EHzabelh Masters 
Robert Allen Patterson. Jr. 
George Nicholas Paitis 
Henry Lee Price 
Johnny Elbert Renfro 
Kenneth Hoyt Sanders 
Athanaslos Tom Small 
Mary Alice Corn Whitt 
BACHELOR OF ARTS 
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Donnle Earl Barnette 
Cheryl Guyton Berry 
Brenda Cohen Brown 
Paula Weaver BucKner 
Carrie Watklns Campbell 
Mary Miller Dempsey 
Wanda Haynes Earnhardt 
Constance L. Foster 
Jewell Ann Fowler 
Nancy Hovis Fox 
Steven Vance Frye 
Kathy Diane Gardner 
Cathy Rebecca Littleiohn 
Linda Thompson Gibson 



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Johnnte Smith Mathls 
Victoria Lane Bowen McCallum 
Elizabeth Jones McElduft 
Carol Mathews McGrath 
Kathleen Patricia Fuller Michels 
Sharon Madden Millwood 
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Jeanette Plumley Price 
Mark Spencer Smith 
Mary Stewart Clyburn Sparks 
Harriet Ann Snyder West 
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Etton Mark Anthony 
James Ronald Baker 
Thomas Howard Benedict 
Bessie Lee Johnson Black 
Beverly Ann Bratton 
James Harold Campbell 
Charles Michael Casey 
Steven William Chastain 
Joan Befue Grain 
John Charles Cureton 
Gail Rlzer Dahm 
James Ray Dowis 
Mary Malinda Drake 
Gladys E. Edwards 
Lonnte Lamar Fleming 
Nelson Edward Floyd 
Sandra Christine Foster 
Harold Bert Fowler 
Joe Wayne Gallman, Jr, 
Gary Ray Gardner 
Marcla Garns Gilliland 
Wayne Osborne Gwinn 
Gregory Gene Hammond 
Charles Lee Hardy 
Steven Wayne Harris 
Joseph Lee Hill 
Betty Ahnew Hopkins 
Carmen Robinson Huscamp 

Frank Winston King 
Gary Edward King 

John R, Marro 
Herman Jelfrey Massey 
Catherine Law Matthews 
Josephine Reid McBeth 

Cathy Corne Millwood 
Thomas Fioyd Parks 
Donna Lynne Pierce 
Alice Helen Roeckel Ramos 
James Russell Richard 
James Waller Richard 
Thomas Edward Roberts 
Jo Ann Schilling 

Nan Melinda Stanseil 
Jacqueline Fowler Sutllvan 
Dennis Michael Stepp 

Steve Burnette Vaughn 

Debbra Ann Wallace 

Carol M. West 

Douglas Charles Yarborough 

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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Vivienne Bailey Adams 
Richard Davis Beeco 
Vernon Michael Beemer 



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Daniel Woodrow Blackwell 
John Charles Bradey 
Leo Malcolm Bruce. Jr 
Joseph John Catolla. Ill 
William E Carroll 
Thomas C. Calo 
John E, Chumley 
Betsy Lee Davis 
Roland Wayne Davis 
Janice Housley Oimsdale 
David Charles Durbin 

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Gary Daniel Gibson 
Neil Melvin Gosnell 
Colin P, Gray 
Albert Lee Haggerty. Jr. 
Danny Wayne Hall 
James Baxter Hampton 
Mary Grace Hanna 
Keefer Hugh Humphries 
Elizabeth K. Hunt 
Jerry Carrol Johnson 
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Danny S. Knight 
William Gregory Knox 
Ronald Wilson Lance 
William Patterson Lowe 
Claude Timothy Mayfield 
Hal David McGinnis 
James W. Meadows 
Richard Miller Morrison, Jr, 
Christine Petersen Norrls 
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Jim Merrell Padgett 

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For Forty Days He Drove His Ark 
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If we've got to pay ten dollars 
for a parking sticker the least 
they could do is pave the lots . . . 
That's not a parking sticker, 
that's a hunting license . . . Who 
designed those tacky parking 
stickers anyway . . . Well, sir, the 
reason I'm twenty minutes late is 
I couldn't find a parking place . . . 
If luck is with me, I might find a 
place in the gravel pit . . . Call 
security my car won't start again 
... If they can reserve a place for 
the faculty they can reserve a 
place for me— I'm a senior . . . 
There is one solution to the park- 
ing situation (You can come to 
school at 6:30 A.M.) 



Graduation . . . 

Leaving Behind Friends, Times Both 




Good and Bad^ and a Lot of Memories 



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Note to 78-79 Carolana Editor . 

Inside office 214 you will find your home tor ttie 
next year. Learn to love it this very day because 
you'll be seeing it more times than you want. 
Learn to talk to the walls, the desk, the ceiling, for 
there will be times when no one else will talk to 
you. Learn to be patient, not everything will come 
to you on a silver platter. Learn to accept respon- 
sibility, for when something goes wrong it will 
always be your fault, no matter what. Learn to 
accept criticism, it comes often. Learn to ap- 
preciate those who offer you their help, for they 
are few, but they are sincere and should be prais- 
ed. Learn to stay ahead, deadlines shouldn't be 
missed. Love all photographers as if they were 
your mother, remember, pictures make the book. 
Don't be alarmed if you wake in the wee hours of 
the night and want to draw layouts or write copy, 
it comes natural. You'll meet many, many people 
during the year, some you'll like, some you'll love, 
some you can do without. Accept them as they 
are and don't try to change them. 

Above all, be yourself and mold the book the 
way you want it and you'll do fine. I'll leave with 
memories always to be treasured— memories of 
classes and professors, of fights and cussing 
outs, of CAROLANA and '78 in general— 
and of those people who made this year com- 
plete by just being there and for just being them- 
selves . . . 

Take Care my Friend, 
(Whoever you may be) 
Tommy Parks, ed. '78 



. . . A^d so there ain't 
nothing more to write about 
and J am rotten glad of it 
because if Td a knowed what 
a trouble it was to make a 
book J wouldn't a tackled it 
and J ain Y agoing to no more, 
^ut J reckon J got to light out 
for the Zerritory ahead of the 
rest, because Aunt Sally she's 
going to adopt me and sivilize 
me and J can't stand it J been 
there before. 

— Mark Zwain — 




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