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Dr. Leslie S. Wright and Dr. Arthur L. Walker, Jr. greet one another
at a banquet in Samford's Student Union Building.
6r. walkep seRves samfoRd well
Left: Dr. Walker presents various awards to many outstanding grad-
uating Seniors. Center: One of Dr. Walker's many duties is to orient
the parents of incoming Freshmen to Samford. Right: At Convoca-
tion in Seibert Hall, Dr. Walker introduces the speaker, Episcopal
Bishop George Murray.
Not only is he active in academic circles, but Dr. Walker enters into
the spirit of things at the students' annual Religious Activities Coun-
In an atmosphere of relaxation, Director of Recruiting Richard Swin-
dle, Dr. Walker, and Admissions Counselor Lynn Phillips discuss the
Dr. Arthur L. Walker, Jr., was educated in Birmingham's
schools and, after serving in the U.S. Army, received his
B.A. degree from Howard College. He also earned de-
grees from Southern Baptist and New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminaries. He was ordained a minister
and pastored several churches before coming to Sam-
ford. As a scholar in Biblical interpretation and church
history, he was appointed to various offices in the Bap-
tist Historical Society.
Because Dr. Walker's first nine years at Samford were
spent in the classroom, he dealt with students in a
learning situation. In 1965, Dr. Walker became Dean
of Students, and acted in a counseling and advisory
capacity. He later became Vice-President for Student
Affairs, dealing with students and their activities. Be-
cause of this past experience, he brought a many-
sided viewpoint to his office of Vice-President for Ad-
ministrative Affairs. He has remained in this capacity
to direct the University's student records and admis-
sions programs, financial aids, and academic counseling.
Of great importance in his counseling activities is his
relationship with the students. Dr. Walker has a natural
rapport with every student whose life he touches. His
sincerity and honest concern for those who come to
him has gained Dr. Walker a genuine respect and liking
from the students.
To Dr. Arthur L. Walker, for his untiring work at Sam-
ford and his love for the students, the 1971-1972 Entre
Nous is dedicated.
Dr. Arthur L. Walker, Jr.
Vice-President for Administrative Affairs
Above: After class, Dean Dale takes time to discuss the day's lec-
ture with students Kathy Mileski and Cal Campbell. Right: Dr. Alto
Garner and Dean Dale enjoy a sunny afternoon on campus.
Upon the death of Dr. William Pratt Dale II, each in-
dividual who knew and loved him felt a great loss. But
perhaps all the emotions concerning Dean Dale were
best summarized by Dr. David M. Vess, Head of the
Department of History and a former student of Dale's.
"Dr. Dale was the kind of man you would remember.
He sat commandingly on his platform in front of the
class, instructing the students in his beloved history, often
flashing that friendly, mischievous smile. Since he came
to Howard in 1941, he knew and loved an entire gen-
eration of Bulldog athletes. To know Dean Dale, was
to know the anecdotes of his patience and prodding
of his boys. His life was working with students; he
served as Dean of Men and later as Dean of Students.
As an academic advisor, he touched the lives of many
pre-law students. Dean Dale was wise in counsel, full
of funny stories and tales, gentlemanly, cooperative,
and respected. He shunned ostentation, but he was a
member of numerous honorary organizations and listed
in many Who's Whos.
"To some in the department he was our teacher. But,
most of all, to each of us, he was our friend."
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Administration, Faculty 162
This is a book about Samford. ... It speaks of past,
present, future. The traditions of the past, agonies of
the present, and hopes of the future combine in each
of us to make us What We Are. The maturing proces-
ses of learning, living, growing, are a part of us. We
must be what they make of us, or is it what we make
of them? Nevertheless, We Are Samford; we, with our
own individual likes and dislikes of Samford make it
what it is. Just as it, in a sense, molds us, we mold it
with the surging dynamism of our youth. We can shape
it, help it grow, speak for it, represent it, and some-
times even change it. But no matter what we do, Sam-
ford still remains an entity in itself. . .; it is Involved
in community and international activities; it is Inter-
ested in the welfare and actions of its students; it fos-
ters Intelligence, for of what else does learning con-
sist? It is Ironic, for anything connected with humans
must be peppered with irony; and Samford has Indi-
vidual traits which certainly no other school has. But
Samford consists of one more thing— the faces. In the
following pages are pictures of Samford faces, reflect-
ing every aspect of it— Involvement, Interest, Intelli-
gence, Irony, Individualism.
The face of Samford. . .the face of the student. Apathy?
Unknown to the Involved Samford student. He is one
who is always running from one activity to another.
Perhaps he spreads himself too thin. But that's what
life is all about— pushing the limits. Get off your apathy
and start pushing.
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Interesting? Look at their faces. Young men Interested
in life. To be alive, man must look, and carefully ob-
serve all that goes on around him. He thinks, "What is
this thing called 'me'?" The older he gets, the more he
sees: "me" is a part of everything around it, and every-
thing with which it comes in contact becomes a part
of it. To live, man must pVove that he desires to be
alive, and this is done by being Interested.
Intelligence. . . . Faces, faces intent on the learning
processes of today, changing expressions at the instant
of an intriguing discovery, a flash of understanding—
these are the brilliant sparks of the intellect of man.
The only Intelligence a learner has is the capacity to
understand all things— once they are opened to him.
Expressions of Irony. . .these are part of the fun at
Samford. A face expresses puzzlement over the little
things of everyday living. . .classes, dates, being with
others. Mark Twain, the personification of Irony, adds
spice to the humor of living in the here and now.
The Individual is What We Are. One is a whole, and
many are parts of a whole. We form the whole of the
Samford personality. The individualistic traits of each
one of us grow together to make us What We Are.
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Dr. and Mrs. Wright welcome incoming Freshmen Del Allen, Judy
Robinson, and Rickey Gilley at the annual President's Reception.
PResioent's Reception QReets fpeshmen
Fran Thomas and Lisa Nordlinger make new acquaintances during
one of the Freshman Class meetings.
As six hundred Freshmen entered Samford in Septem-
ber, they were greeted with the same process of every
other new class. They stood in long lines, listened to
welcoming speeches, met a new roommate, tried to
find the "caf". They learned the ropes during registra-
tion, became identified as student numbers, and began
attending classes. To highlight the opening whirl, they
attended the President's reception, during which they
were able to meet Dr. and Mrs. Wright for the first time.
David Dykes soon learns that registration is everything he was told
. . .and more.
convocation is a Real expedience
Salt and Co. perform at one of the first convocations.
With the advent of two convocations per week, Sam-
ford students found it more convenient to attend the
correct number of chapels. From each school and de-
partment of Samford, contributions were made by vari-
ous faculty and student body members. This expanded
the Chapel/Convocation Series and offered students a
number of ways to meet the required attendance.
Le^Rn ABOut samfoRd
One of the first important events of the year at Sam-
ford was High School Day, a day set aside for high
school seniors interested in Samford. With the influx
of these students and their parents, Samford set about
to entertain them and to inform them about the school.
Prior to the football game were the annual track events
and the Tricycle Race, presented by the Greeks. Follow-
ing was the debut concert of the Hear and Now Singers.
High School Day Guide, Lou Ramagli, conducts propsective Samford
student Becky Duncan on a tour of the campus.
The Hear and Now Singers perform their initial routine in Seibert
Gymnasium during the High School Day festivities.
saonfoRO concepts entCRtain students
Above: The Hear and Now Singers display their talent.
Below: A first this year, rock bands come to Samford.
As "Peanuts" characters, Masquers enter into their Samford "second
nusqueRS CReate thpouqh Cmanu
In the play, "Madwoman of Chaillot" actors must portray highly
Students majoring in drama, interested students, and
spectators participated in the Masquers this year. Through-
out the year, students learned parts, made costumes,
built settings, and publicized their plays. As a result of
this work, a variety of plays was performed in Samford's
A Samford faculty member, Miss Carolyn Green, prepares to try her
luck at the Sigma Nu Balloon Burst.
The A Cappella Choir Marching Kazoo Band provides entertainment
and a spectacle at the Carnival.
bsu CARnival ppomotes good-will
. . .Balloons
. . Cotton Candy
. . .Space Bounce
. . .Egg Throw
. . .Balloon Burst
. . .Peanuts, Popcorn
. . .Candied Apples
. . .Sponge Throw
. . .Hamburgers
The BSU Carnival always shows what students will do for a good
cause. Ben Armistead sacrifices his dignity as SGA President for a
few moments to help bring in money.
Junior Class member Suzanne Spain masquerades as a child's favorite
dream, the clown, to draw attention to her organization's money-
Alpha Phi Omega claims sweepstakes honors at Homecoming with
"Bulldogs Clean Up 'Major' Problems".
Dazzling firewords displays entertain spectators at a rally prior to
the Homecoming football game.
Janet Chambliss is crowned Homecoming Queen 1971-1972 at the
Samford Homecoming Beauty Pageant.
Samford Majorettes rest between shows and watch the Homecoming
game as Samford Bulldogs score another victory.
in homecoming 1971
Homecoming, the most important event of the year,
stirred intense anticipation on the part of some students
and diligent participation on the part of others. Float-
building, nominating a Homecoming Queen, late hours,
exhaustion, were all a part of Homecoming 1971, all
to be remembered by the students with nostalgia in
the years to come.
Top: Before the kickoff, Samford students gather to cheer the Bull-
dogs on to victory. Bottom: As the spectators roar, Samford Bulldogs
run the Millsaps Majors off the field.
jan teRm offeRS
Although it has been in practice only three years,
Jan-Term has become well-established at Samford. Stu-
dents were able to take courses within the regular cur-
riculum to aid them in the core requirements. In ad-
dition, unusual courses were offered to expand the stu-
dent's knowledge in areas unfamiliar to him. Students
were able to learn about the religions of the world,
glassblowing, the United States Senate, foreign cooking,
and archaeology. The jan-Term courses offered a well-
balanced selection for the interested student.
Congressional Intern Nancy NeSmith learns all is not work as she
shares a lighter moment with her boss, Rep. Tom Bevill.
Helen Caither tries diligently to create a glass bottle as other mem-
bers of the class look on.
Above: Becca Jones and Megumi Matsumura learn to eat their own
Oriental cooking with chopsticks. Below: Elgin Thomas, Jim Holladay
and Frank Preston adjust equipment in the newspaper office.
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tries his best to win the vaulting contest on S-Day. Cyndi
a symbolic prize for being "Miss Pretty Feet". Lemoyne
Downing and George White win trophies for
Runners from all walks of campus life leave the starting line in an
attempt to win the S-Day intramurals trophy.
Doug Weeks is able to take time out from studies in music to make
a kite from his childhood days.
s day welcomes
spRinq to samfoRd
As spring let the students out of the dormitories, they
held a day of fun and frolic to celebrate. Between eat-
ing watermelon, making kites, and participating in the
ever-present intramural events, the freed students were
able to act like children again, without anyone taking
critical notice. After S-Day, they were able to settle
down to studying again to prepare for final exams.
Two girls who look as if they need help are also trying to build kites
in honor of S-Day.
juniors win Sweepstakes in Step-Sing 1972 by singing a selection of
songs from the Carpenters.
junioR class wins sweepstakes
Phi Mu Alpha enthralls audience with harmonious sounds blended
with a dazzling light show.
With a Riverboat theme, Alpha Phi Omega wins First Place in the Or-
ganizations Division of Step-Sing.
step sing 1972 pRoves successful
To receive Second Place honors among classes the Sophomore Class
sings "Man of La Mancha."
Preparation for Step-Sing 1972 began months prior
to the actual date set for the event. There were first
of all rules to be learned, songs and themes to choose,
and costumes to make before even the first step or note
was learning. Miss Beverly Sutley, Step-Sing Chairman,
kept the machine running smoothly and pulled each
group through this exciting yet frightening experience.
Alabama Supreme Court Justices preside over the 1972 Law Day
Moot Court Competition, held in the Moot Court Room of Cum-
berland School of Law. The court members are: Justice Daniel T.
McCall, Jr.; Justice James S. Coleman, Jr.; Chief Justice Howell T.
Heflin; Justice N. Bloodworth; Judge J. Russell McElroy.
Above: Involved in the actual oral argument are: Left Counsel Table:
John Carroll, Steve Wicker. Standing: Doug Noonan. Right Counsel
Table: Jay Costan. Below: Professor Donaldson expresses the grat
tude of Cumberland School of Law to the court members for their
attendance and for sitting as judges.
Student Bar Association President Chip Hoffman prese
standing Law Professor of the Year Plaque to Professo
Dean Rusk, formerly Secretary of State and presently Professor of
International Law of the University of Georgia Law School, speaks
to prospective lawyers at Cumberland's Law Day 1972.
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At Law Day 1972 Ted Coggin presents to Anita Miller and George
Woodall an award for submitting the Best Appellate Brief Written
for the Appellant.
Prior to the Candlelight Dinner, Samford celebrates Graduation with
the first duo-carillon concert in the world.
At the Candlelight Dinner, Dr. Leslie S. Wright, President of Samford
University, presents awards to Dr. Carl Whirley and Mrs. Willie Perry
Rose, Alumni of the Year.
senioRs Bid fARe well at candlelight dinneR
Dr. Claude H. Rhea is caught "burning the candle at both ends".
samfoRd holds BaccalauReate exeRcises
Presiding at the 1972 Baccalaureate Exercises are: Dr. Leslie S. Wright,
Rev. G. Nelson Duke, Baccalaureate Speaker; Rev. William L. Palmer,
Rev. R. E. Glaze, Jr., Dr. Ruric E. Wheeler, Vice-President for Academic
Anxiously clock-watching, SGA President Ben Armistead and Glenda
Allen show their anticipation as Samford faculty prepare the Seniors
for the beginning procession of Baccalaureate.
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COLONEL JAMES IRWIN
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Samford welcomes Colonel and Mrs. lames Irwin to Birmingham and
to Graduation during the Astronaut's Luncheon.
astRonaut's Luncheon hiQhLiqhts QRaoiution
Colonel James Irwin presents a picture of himself on the moon's
surface to Frank Park Samford.
Astronaut Irwin presents to Dr. Leslie S. Wright a photograph of the
Holy Land taken from the Apollo 15 capsule as it returned to Earth.
Dr. George V. Irons, Faculty Marshall, begins the Graduation exercise
by leading the procession of Seniors into the stadium.
Dr. Leslie S. Wright presents the Juris Doctor Degree from Cumber-
land School of Law to John King Wright.
ARe finale foR senioRS
Outstanding members of the 1972 Senior Class are: Row 1: Beth Ste-
phenson, Velma Wright Irons Award; Susan Ferguson Brown, Hypatia
Award. Row 2: Ben Armistead, President's Cup; Earl Taylor, Exchange
Club Award; Dr. Leslie S. Wright, Col. James Irwin, David Duke, John
R. Mott Award; Daniel Martin, James M. Sizemore Award.
Bathed in moonlight, Astronaut James
Wright speaks to the graduating Seniors.
Irwin listens as Dr. Leslie S.
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samfORd univeRSity rmRchinq Band
The Samford University Marching Band highlighted
the halftimes of both football and basketball games, as
well as adding much spirit to the pep rallies and games.
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Drum Major Gary Parker directs the band as it marches.
Samford University Majorettes are: Melynda Reaves, Darlene Yarbor-
ough, Beth Wilson, Susan Burkett, Anne Russell, Betsy Towers, Lelia
"Practice makes perfect!" under direction of Don Cornutt.
Drum Corps members are: Alan Black, Don Campbell, Terry Tingle,
George White, Harry Adkins, Tom Hannaford.
Flag Corps members are: Row 1: Valera Beck, Kathl Berg, Nell Wilks,
Shirley Wren. Row 2: Susan Howell, Debbie Garner, Dale Helmbold,
Janet Okin, Martha Helmbold, Nancy Still.
Flaggers Nancy Still, Terri Berg, and Valera Beck cheer Bulldogs.
a cappeLla chom
The Samford University A Cappella Choir, under the
direction of Dr. L. Gene Black, represented Samford
and the School of Music in numerous concerts both in
the United States and abroad.
A Cappella Choir members are: Row 1: Sara Bliss, Becky Duval, Jan
Thompson, Sarah Lee, Elizabeth Bell, Katherine Everidge, Kay Jackson,
Phoebe White, Melissa Gilbreath, Fan Price, Becky Stephenson, Joy
Vann, Wanda Alexander, Suzanne Rogers, Anita Gable, Debbie Ous-
ley. Row 2: Susie Thomas, Jo Ann Rittenhouse, Dixie Rose, Carol
Edwards, Jane Withers, Beverly Sutley, Becca Jones, Connie Taylor, Ca-
rol Vines, Sheri Segrest, Nancy Rittenhouse, Emily Pryor, Annelle
Bagley, Sandy Lawrence. Row 3: Charles Cilliland, Ralph Jernigan,
Craig Singleton, Mike Harris, David Cofield, Bill Drummons, Jerry
Dorriety, Frankie Jones. Row 4: Darryl Cooms, Steve Folmar, Shelton
Harden, David Potts, Don Campbell, Mike Meeks, Richard Murray.
Directed by Tim Banks, the Baptist Student Union
Choir followed its aim of Christian outreach through
music by concerts, both local and on tour.
Baptist Student Union Choir members are: Row 1: Dianne Breeden,
Vickie Parsons, Ed Corbitt, Donna Jones, Sheila Davis, Dianne Cot-
tingham, Rosemary Baites. Row 2: Angela Golden, David Noel, Ron
Roberts, Sue Couch, David Duke, Tim O'Neal. Row 3: Paul Duke,
Janet Okin, Debbie Fulton, Ricky Godwin, Sandra Pierce, Pam Ham-
lin, Mark Stokes, Suzanne Spain, Tim Banks, Director; Jim Landreth,
Pam Lowery, Tommy Lowery, Skip Overton, Lucy Panjic, Joy Jarrard,
Doug Weeks, Babs Blass, Bob Dilks. Row 4: Wade Endsley, Darryl
Cooms, Nancy Duck, Ellen Shirley, Rick Dill, David Chestnut, Linda
Mayo, Florence Best, Bob Kruschwitz, Tricia Coffman.
Hear and Now members Nettie Weber, Kathi Berg, Sbaron Mitchell,
Hank Williams, and David Dykes sing in the sunshine.
Joy Christmas, Denise Huddleston, Tom Hannaford, Ken McCord,
and Tom Stoker set up their instruments near the library.
the heap and now sinqeRS
Hear and Now Director Bob Burroughs, member Becky Hayes, and
Dr. Claude Rhea, Dean, School of Music, watch other singers.
As Tom Stoker accompanies, Denise Huddleston, Sharon Mitchell,
Nettie Weber, Joy Christmas, Becky Hayes, and Kathi Berg sing.
Samford University Chorale members are: Row 1: Meguni Matsumu-
ra, Celeste Gonzales, Sharon Davis, Lauryn Brassell, Pamela Evans,
Dr. Paul Hall, Director; Elizabeth Reese, Pam Overton, Joy Crawley,
Elizabeth Davidson, Beth Chapman, Susan Norman. Row 2: Martie
Jones, Andrea Kenny, Barbara Weaver, Diane Wright, Sheila Davis,
Pam Collins, Kathy Wyatt, Beverly Warren. Row 3: Kyle Ellis, Babs
Blass, Tweetie Smith, Sharon Brooks, Nancy Duck, Janice Elrod, Pa-
tricia Hartsfield, Cathryn Brand, Becky Bolton, Becky Britton, Bar-
bara Odom. Row 4: Vicki Shaffer, Rosemary Baites, Ellen Shirley,
Mary Nolen, Kathy Phipps, Diane Bonner, Mary Allen, Sharon Dos-
ter, Marilyn Evans, Tommy Lowery, Elizabeth Misseldine, Kathy White,
Vicki Carrol, Carol Bryan, Kathy Gilbert. Row 5: Mike Bedsole, How-
ell Simmons, Danny Storey, Randy Tingle, Phil Martin, Andy White,
Doug Weeks, Billy Strickland, Tom Wilder, Jim Landreth, Frank Pres-
ton, Charlie Christmas, Ed Burton, Bobby Erwin, Alan Headley, Joe
Lawrence, Jack Ray, Dan Brooks, Rusty Chastain. Row 6: Roger Smith,
James Wade, Stan Owen, Larry Gay, Joel Phillips, Richard Reeves,
Tim Headley, Bob Hunt, Warren Culver, Lee Barrows, Larry Brymer,
Rick Dill, Bruce Stephens.
Under the direction of Dr. Paul Hall, the University
Chorale performed the function of representing Sam-
ford in Birmingham churches, at convocations, and at
various special occasions on campus. Dr. Hall led the
chorale to perform such numbers as Poulenc's "Gloria"
and, to climax the year, "What Is Man?"
Samford Crimson staff members are: Clockwise, from lower left: Nan-
cy Goodhue, Jerry Armor, Stephen Jerrell, Fred Jacob, Lois King, Jim
Parker, Charles Sievers, Ray Sanderson, Frank Preston, Jan Susina,
Mr. Richmond Brown-Advisor; Susan Mease, F. Elizabeth Mathews,
Ruth Pippin, Jim Moody.
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Samford Crimson Editor George Cartwright and News Editor Randal
Williams supervise each edition of the newspaper.
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Entre Nous Editor Janice Elrod co-ordinates the work of her staff
members with that of the Section Editors.
Section Editors are: Lynn Hazelgrove, Faculty and Administration;
Lynn Taylor, Greeks; Judy O'Mary, Organizations, Oonna Lay, Classes;
Jim Parker, Activities.
Staff members are: Jennifer Cox, Linda Cole, Pam Sherrill, Mike McMi
chen, Dianne Breeden, Alisa Boone, Cathy Chandler.
Arnold Mooney, Business Manager, handles sales to students and the
selling of advertisements.
Members of the WVSU Radio staff are: Bill Cope, Andy Bailey, Dan
Holloway, Pam Sherrill, Jennifer Cox, David Connelly, Wyatt Pope.
WVSU Station Manager is Sonny Joiner.
Jim Holladay is the station's Program Director.
Alpha Phi Omega members are: Row 1: Stretch Reed, Larry Faison,
Alan Wellbaum. Row 2: Frank Preston, Ronny Moss, George Mont-
gomery, Lou Ramagli, Doug Weeks, Jimmy Willingham, Ricky Godwin,
David Jones, Ed Corbitt, Steve Cagle, Ginny Gurley, Sweetheart; Steve
Wiggins, J. D. Lancaster, James Wade, Tee Jackson, Pete McClosky,
George McNeese. Row 3: Jim Landreth. Row 4: Andy Bailey, Craig
Sanderson, Mike Roberts, Roger Howard, Richard Allen, Richard Crews,
Bill Bryan, Allan Herbst, Marlin Harris, Donovan Harris, Jim Holladay,
Paul Lawrence, Jack Robertson, Sonny Joiner, Merideth Akers, Gary
Parker, Jim Carter, Allan Vaughn, Bill Goodman, Buddy Howorth.
alpha phi omo omega
APO, a service fraternity on campus, sponsors a used
book store, aids in the Red Cross Blood Drive, and per-
forms other important campus jobs.
Gamma Sigma Sigma members are: Row 1: Rosalyn Ray, Sue Young-
strom, Susan Patton, Carol Adams, Gerene Henley, Susan Underwood.
Row 2: Debbie Garner, Rebecca Ann Jones, Tommie Lowery, Melba
Goodwin, Diane Lankford, Deborah Arnold, Alice Bower, Judy Hames,
Pat Williams, Sherry Hinton, Mary Exa Crew.
gamma siqnu Sigma
A sister sorority of Alpha Phi Omega, Gamma Sigma
Sigma is in its first full year at Samford. The service
sorority aids the APO's in projects and initiates money-
making events for community causes.
Alpha UmBCu delta
Alpha Lambda Delta is a women's honorary open to
freshmen with a 2.5 academic average.
Alpha Lambda Delta members are: Row 1: Melynda Reaves, Jamie
Miller, Becky Stevenson, Joy Garrard, Pattie Aderhold, Mary Nolen,
Jenny Shank, Kathy Hinkle, Carol Donaldson. Row 2: Becky Whorton,
Suzanne Holden, Susan Whitlock, Diane Taylor, Gayle Shackleford,
Mary Nell Wilkes, Janet Okin, Susan Underwood, Carol Edwards, Mar-
Gamma Beta Phi is a national extention of Beta Club f* AIT) IT) A R£~1~A T^ftl
for college students with a 2.0 academic average. VJC%MIMIC% DCia |w/III
Gamma Beta Phi members are: Row 1: Susan Whitlock, Lynn Hazle-
grove, Susie Sirles, Altrice Brown, Pamela Wentworth, Janet Okin.
Row 2: John Simmons, Ann Tucker, Jamie Miller, Arnold Mooney,
Andy Jackson, Gene Lunceford, Molly Faulk, Nancy NeSmith, Gayle
Delta Omicron is a professional music fraternity for
women, and encourages development of talent and
Delta Omicron members are: Seated: Pam Brown, Ellen Shirley, Melin-
da Howard, Tricia Coffman, Wade Ensley, Sandy Lawrence, Regina
Ray, Becky Duval, Connie Taylor, Kathy Wyatt, Fan Price. Standing:
Donna Jones, Pattie Aderhold.
phi mu Alpha
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a professional fraternity for
musicians, and provides many programs for the student
body throughout the year.
Phi Mu Alpha members are: Row 1: David Purcell, Steve Folmar,
Frankie Jones, John Vess. Row 2: Don Campbell, Mike Sparks, Phillip
Martin, Shelton Harden, Tom Hannaford, Bill Carr, Doug Weeks, Den-
ny Dawson. Row 3: Bill Drummons, Chancey Stewart, Dr. Paul Hall,
Advisor; Lawrence Hand, Richard Murray, Donna Jones, Carol Ed-
wards, Sheri Segrest, Sandy Lawrence, Dixie Rose, Roger Smith, David
Noel, Allen Vaughn, Lee Barrows, Randy Robertson, Ron Roberts.
Circle K is an active service club for men on campus;
it is affiliated with Kiwanis International. The Samford
Chapter annually receives recognition for services ren-
Circle K members are: Row 1: Ken Turney, Tom Coomes, Joyce Hugh-
ey, Sweetheart; Rose Godsey, Mike McMichen, Steve Aycock. Row 2:
Tim Wright, Mr. F. Allen Hayse, Advisor; Ron Hankins, Earl Taylor,
Rick Dill, Jack Van Orman.
K-Ettes, a Kiwanis-affiliated service organization for
women, is the sister sorority of Circle K. The two clubs,
through joint efforts, maintain various projects within
Members of K-Eltes are: Row 1: Betsy Griffin, Sharon Smith, Rick Dill,
Sweetheart; Diana Moore, Ellen Thompson. Row 2: Ruth Messersmith,
Charlotte Henson, Nelle Compton, Joyce Hughey, Judy O'Mary. Row
3: Debbie Cumbie, Kathy Roden, Debbie Hinton, Mary Nolen, Belinda
Henry, Brenda Griffith, Kathy Ingersol, Joyce Hamlin, Becky Forten-
Math Club members are: Row 1: David Williamson, Sheralee Echols,
Peggy Schramm, Rita Whorton, John Simmons, Kathy Hinkle, Linda
Stewart. Row 2: W. S. Bishop, Danny Campbell, Richard Brown, Steve
Schmidt, Ronnie Dawson, Ronald Blankenship, Gary Robbins, Bill At-
kinson, Gordon Morrow, Miller Peterson, Dr. W. D. Peeples, George
T. Crocker, Mrs. Mary Hudson, Dr. Thomas Cheatham, Mrs. Letitia
The Math Club is open to students interested in math-
ematics and related fields. The organization is open to
freshmen as well as upperclassmen.
pi mu epsilon
Pi Mu Epsilon is a national math honorary fraternity.
The fraternity strives to maintain a high academic aver-
age in mathematics and instruct members in specialized
Pi Mu Epsilon members are: Row 1: Lou Ramagli, Steve Schmidt,
David Williamson, Linda Stewart, Danny Campbell. Row 2: W. S.
Bishop, Dr. W. D. Peeples, Ronnie Dawson, George Crocker, Mrs.
Mary Hudson, Dr. Thomas Cheatham, Mrs. Letitia Yeager.
Hypatia, an honorary organization, is composed of
Samford women in their senior year of studies. These
women excel in scholarship, leadership, and service.
Hypatia members are: Row 1: Gwenn Sovvell, Susan Ferguson Brown,
Marilyn Bollinger, Nancy Goodhue, Kalhy Smith, Sally White. Row 2:
Beverly Sutley, Ann Mintz, Ellen Wood, Brenda Crump, Debbie Har-
rison Roy, Elizabeth Douglas, Bronwyn Hand, Glenda Allen, Tricia
Elgin, Becca Jones, Mrs. Mary Washington, Faculty Advisor.
:>micRon delta. kappa
)micron Delta Kappa members are: Row 1: David Duke, Bradley
tennis, Danny Martin, Steve Aycock, Steve Cagle, Allen Murphy,
iary Pears. Row 2: Mark Reed, Mike Carlson, Bob Banks, Mike Mur-
hy, Mark Barnard, Darryl Wood, Arnold Mooney.
Omicron Delta Kappa is a national honorary fraternity
whose members are junior and senior men. Noted for
their leadership and scholarship, the men are inducted
into the organization in the spring.
Service Guild members are: Row 1: Gayle Shackleford, Martha How-
?rd, Susie Sirles. Row 2: Robin Rowden, Molly Faulk, Elizabeth Doug-
as, Mrs. Margaret Sizemore, Faculty Advisor; Sheri Segrest, Lenore
vlorsworthy, Nancy Hamby.
The Service Guild, composed of outstanding women
at Samford, serves as hostesses at campus functions and
welcomes, distinguished visitors to Birmingham.
Ministerial Association members are: Row 1: Craig Singleton, Mike
Rhodes, Carl Bush, Mark Stokes, Mike McGinnis, Stanley Bates, James
Davis, Mike McMichen, Alan Black, Bob Duvall, Joe Legg. Row 2:
Junior Murray, Roy Sanford, Brad McLaine, Mason Beale, Vice-Presi-
dent; Rick Carpenter, Gary Love, Mike Lewis, Tommy Graves, Ronny
Hicks, Bud Swindle, Haywood Armstrong, Ralph Jones. Row 3: J. G.
Cramer, Mike Brooks, Luther Foreman, David Wilson, Marc Limbaugh,
Bill Cain, George Stone, Jerry Dearmond, John Roberts, Wayne Ethe-
ridge, Darryl Wood, Secretary; Rick Johnson. Row 4: Grady Wade,
Keith Fordham, President; Allen Murphy, Treasurer; Mitch Williams,
Mike Sutton, Recreation Chairman; Rick Ousley, Rod Minor, Program
Chairman, Chip Smith, John Perry.
The Ministerial Association's members were the stu-
dents studying at Samford for the ministry. At weekly
meetings, the men learned from various speakers about
some of the aspects of the ministry. Through the H-Day
program, they were able to travel into the different
counties of Alabama to preach at Sunday morning serv-
ices in churches.
The Religious Activities Council co-ordinated work in
various mission fields in the Birmingham area. They in-
troduced interested students to working at the Boys'
and Girls' Industrial Schools and helped with tutoring
sessions at elementary schools. The successful Christian
Emphasis Week was co-sponsored by the RAC.
Religious activities council
Religious Activities Council members are: Mrs. 'Esther Burroughs, Paul
Wheeler, James Wade, Carol Edwards, Becky Rogers, David Duke,
Angela Golden, Joe Glaze, Allen Murphy.
phi alpha theta
Phi Alpha Theta is an honorary fraternity for students
in social science.
Phi Alpha Theta members are: Row 1 : Mrs. Fanna N. Bee, Grace Schul-
te, Glenda Allen, Belinda Henry, Marilyn Bollinger, Nancy Goodhue.
Row 2: ). D. Lancaster, David Whiteside, Dr. George Irons, Arnold
Mooney, Dean Hugh C. Bailey, Dr. David Vess, Miss Carolyn Green.
Pi Gamma Mu at Samford is one of the oldest nation- y\i /^ AfYltYl A tYli I
al chapters of this social sciences honorary. j^M vjc\llllllv\ III LI
Pi Gamma Mu members are: Row 1: Belinda Henry, Grace Schulte,
Glenda Allen, Marilyn Bollinger, Nancy Goodhue, John McCullough,
J. D. Lancaster. Row 2: Mrs. Fanna N. Bee, Dean Hugh C. Bailey,
Dr. George V. Irons, Miss Carolyn Green, David Whiteside, Jesse E.
Sprayberry, Dr. David Vess, Rick Carpenter, Dr. W. J. Duncan.
Sigma Tau Delta is an honorary organization for all
English majors and minors. Its purpose is to promote
excellence in the area of English.
Sigma tau deLta
Sigma Tau Delta members are: Row 1: Nancy NeSmith, Sharon Brooks,
Kathy Collins, Carol Green, Tricia Elgin. Row 2: Dr. Charles Work-
man, Samuel Mitchell, Mary Nolan, Becca Jones, Jamie Miller, Mrs.
Martha Brown, Dr. Margaret Brodnax, Dr. Austin C. Dobbins.
The Spanish Club is open to all interested students.
It's purpose is informative, as meetings are held for the
purpose of listening to speakers and specialists in the
Spanish Club members are: Row 1: Alisa Boone, Ann Adams, Teresa
Vacca, Joyce Hughey, Lynn Bush, Jerry Armor, Pete McCluskey, Greg
Bearden. Row 2: Susan Whitlock, Bill Riddle, Jimmy DeLupp, Dale
Skelton, Horace Kimbrel, Bill Goodman. Row 3: Mrs. Myralyn All-
good, Advisor; Debbie Sorrick, Kathryn Solomon, Becca Jones, Dot
Fowler, Tina Gantt, Judy Malone, Terry Arantz, Cathy Chandler, Shar-
on Brown, Kathryn Brand, Suzanne Spain, Becky Jordan, Jon Terry,
Pam Kendrick, Sharon Taylor.
The Student National Education Association was com-
posed of students in the field of education. To promote
improved preparation for prospective teachers, the mem-
bers worked closely with Samford's Education Depart-
ment and visiting educators from various universities.
SNEA members are: Row 1: Melynda Reaves, Diana Moore, Sharon
Guest, Donna Garrett, Alice Pittman, Debbie Henton, Belinda Henry,
Sheila Davis, Pam Collins. Row 2: Marsha Smith, John Swiney, Dr.
John Carver, Nancy NeSmith, Jamie Miller, Barbara Kimmons, Tova
Schneider, Kathy Kuykendall.
Phi Alpha Delta officers are: David Barber, Hal Ferguson, Tom Tur-
ner, Miss Ann Adams, Wayne Thorne, Hal McDonald.
phi alpha ftelta
Phi Alpha Delta is one of four fraternities at Cumber-
land School of Law on Samford University campus. It
initiates Freshmen law students on the basis of their
The 1971-1972 SGA Executive Council members are: |im Hart, Trea-
surer; Joy Gooch, Vice-President; Ben Armistead, President; Becky
student Qovepnment association
Members of the Senate convene at regular meetings to regulate Sam-
ford politics and the student organization.
Junior Class Senators are: Row 1: Nancy NeSmith, Steve Cagle, Mark
Barnard. Row 2: Arnold Mooney, Class President; Mike Murphy.
Sophomore Class Senators are: Row 1: Sheri Segrest, Class President
Fan Price. Row 2: David Chestnut, Donovan Harris.
Not pictured are: Senior Class Senators: Buddy Howorth, Ellen Wood,
David Anderson, Tricia Elgin, Nita Satterfield, Rose Godsey. Freshman
Class Senators: Melissa Crockett, Elise DeCarlo, Bruce Hall.
Pharmacy Senator is: Pat Barlow.
Junior Class Officers are: Pam Lowery, Treasurer; Cathy Bradley, Sec-
retary; Mary Lynn Hartselle, Vice-President; Arnold Mooney, President.
Freshman Class Officers are: Melissa Crockett, Senator; Scott Payne,
President. Not pictured: David Dykes, Vice-President; Cindy String-
fellow, Secretary; Karen Smith, Treasurer.
Sophomore Class Officers are: Becky Rodgers, Treasurer; Sheri Se-
grest, President; Andrea Kornegay, Vice-President; Sue Hurst, Secre-
Not pictured are: Senior Class Officers: Bob Smith, President; Judy
Lambeth, Vice-President; Ron Hankins, Secretary; Barbara Hall, Trea-
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Samford Freshmen attend their first SGA party and learn about Christ-
mas at Samford.
Alpha kappa psi
Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Omega Chapter is one of the
oldest and largest chapters of this national business
honorary for men. It was established to promote re-
search and excellence in the field of business.
Alpha Kappa Psi members are: Row 1: Henry Burge, David Ander-
son, John Coombs, Bill Watson, Tom Lawson, Martin Borland, George
Montgomery. Row 2: Sam Hall, Bobby Horton, Earl Taylor, George
Beersdorf, John Swisher, Jim Stephens, Dan Smalley, David Patterson,
Barry Vaughn, Mike Smith, Carlo Diliberto, Jerry Defoor, Ben Machen,
David East, Jerry Thomas, David Mason. Row 3: Robert Ellis, Charles
Miles, Garve Ivey, Tom McCain, Jim Hart.
Phi Chi Theta is a business honorary established for
women business majors. It bonds businesswomen to-
gether in their chosen field. Women entering secretarial
work, managerial work, or other areas of business are
eligible for membership.
phi chi theta
Phi Chi Theta members are: Row 1: Dawn Nunnally, Rebecca Jones,
Sharon Doster, Debbie Brown. Row 2: Carolyn Lipscomb, Eunice
The charter group of the Samford University chapter
of the Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Fraternity was installed
in April of 1972. The charter group was composed of
faculty members already in Phi Kappa Phi, of those in
Phi Beta Kappa, the deans of each school, the academic
vice president, Dr. Leslie S. Wright, and Chancellor Har-
well G. Davis.
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Charter members of Phi Kappa Phi Honorary are: Row 1: Chancellor
Harwell G. Davis, Dr. Leslie S. Wright, President of Samford Univer-
sity; Dr. John McDow, University of Tennessee, Installing Officer. Row
2: Mrs. Frances Hamilton, Mrs. Sandra Bearden, Dr. Melvin W. Smith,
Dr. James Brown, Dr. Perry Morton. Row 3: Dr. Joseph L. King, Miss
phi kappa phi
Avalee Willoughby, Mrs. Sarah Glass, Mrs. Mary Washington, Miss
Mary Elizabeth Forman. Row 4: Dr. Lee N. Allen, Dr. William D.
Geer, Dr. George V. Irons, Dr. Wheeler Hawley, Mrs. Marilyn Morton,
Mrs. Carolyn Rhea, Dr. Claude Rhea, Dr. Harry Tibbs, Dr. James New-
man, Dr. John Wintter. Row 5: Dr. Ben Chastain, Dr. Alto Garner,
Dr. Ruric Wheeler, Dean Arthur Weeks.
1972 faculty and senior initiates of Phi Kappa Phi are: Row 1: Sarah
Elizabeth Douglas, Jane Hogue Bruckmeier, Pamela Sue Evans, Ellen
Glenn Wood, Belinda Lou Henry, Susan Ferguson Brown, Molly Ann
Faulk, Ann Lowell Mintz, Deborah Sue Harrison Roy. Row 2: Max D.
Gartman, Daniel Ernest Martin, Dan Hall White, Stephen Wilson
Shell, David Nelson Duke, James Arthur Brown, Jr., Eugene Mabry
Lunceford, Earl Lunsford Taylor, Jr., Walter Rish Wood. Row 3: Dr.
W.D. Peeples, Dr. Sigurd F. Bryan, F. Wilbur Helmbold, Dr. Mabry
Lunceford, Dr. Arthur L. Walker, Jr., Dr. W.T. Edwards, E. Warren
Smith, Richard Allen Hartley, Joseph Morris Brown, Jr.
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lntRamuRAls arc hiqhLy competitive
IN Danny Martin runs with the ball as the HK^ try to block his
Members of K A watch as Becky Whorton bumps the volleyball over
the net to gain a point.
Vail Hall volleyball team members prepare to volley the ball back
over the net in an intramural game.
Samford University Varsity Cheerleaders are: Row 1: Becky Black,
Teresa Johnson, Robin Rowden, Gayle Shackelford, Lenore Nors-
worthy. Row 2: Lou Ramagli, Arnold Mooney, Mike Murphy.
v^sity cheepLeaOeRS lift buLLOoq spmit
Head Cheerleader Robin Rowden puts all her effort into helping
lead the Samford Bulldogs to victory.
LEFT: Arnold Mooney leads Samford spectators in a yell for Bulldog
victory. ABOVE: Leanna Howard and Becky Black jump with excite-
ment over a Samford score.
Varsity Cheerleader Teresa Johnson leads as the Bulldogs fly onto
the field for warm-up practice.
Above: During a rest period, some of the cheerleaders try to under-
stand the complicated game of football. Right: But the Frosh Cheerers
enjoy the aspect of the game with which they are familiar, cheering.
Freshmen Cheerleaders are: Row 1: Robin Cottrell, Donna Bush,
Terri Arantz, Mary Lou Tutwiler, Connie Regapoulos. Row 2: Lois
Thurmer, Lynn Eaton, Mary Katherine McRae, Dottie Cole.
Head Coach Wayne Grubb leads Samford Bulldogs in victories.
coaching staff Leads
The Samford coaching staff includes: Row 1: Head Coach Wayne
Grubb. Row 2: Assistant Coaches: Wayland Elliott, Rochard Wood,
Bill Baker, John Paty, Bill Hyde, John Grubb.
Left: Bulldog Mike Cobb, escaping all lacklers, runs for a firsl down ence Lion. Right: Samford's defense team stops Newberry cold with
against Florence. Center: Samford's Dick Taylor brings down a Flor- a score of 21-0.
Bulldogs smash floRence, newBeRRy
On a pass play, Bulldog Charles Clanton scores against Newberry.
Quarterback Shorty Trammell completes his pass successfully.
Bulldog Steve Parker is ready to smash Samford opponents.
Below: Bill Hawkins splits the uprights for the extra point for SU.
Flanker Charles Clanton receives the pass and runs for the touch-
Samford Bulldogs run over Millsaps at Homecoming 1971.
buLLooqs stomp miLLsaps 33-0
Teammates celebrate after Jimmy Nipper's TD against Millsaps.
elow: Walter McCoy, #42, runs against Millsaps.
Above: Bulldog George Diaz kills a Millsaps Man.
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Samford's Jimmy Nipper passes successfully to Wayne Leathers.
Samford University Basketball Team members are: Row 1: Randy
Brown, Laymon Williamson, Jim Penna, Captain; Mike Walker, Terry
Holliman. Row 2: Head Coach Van Washer, Randy Long, Ralph Thomp-
son, Roger Martin, Randy Morgan, George Shearin, Otha Mitchell,
Herb Luker, Assistant Coach Carl Taylor.
Basketball Coaches are: )erry Ryan, Van Washer, Head Coach; Carl
Above: Coach Van Washer instructs basketball players in midgame
strategy. Below: Samford's favorite Bulldog, Tom Mcintosh, builds
spirit at all basketball games.
BUlLOOQ SpiRIt Rises
in BASketBAll season
Above: Spectator spirit is fierce at every basketball game through-
out the year. Below: Team member Dwyane Barnett and the floor
seem to have a certain affinity for one another.
Left: Herb Luker, #54, rebounds against Oglethorpe. Center: Again, Alabama. Right: Bulldog Luker jumps high against his opponent for
Luker goes high and retrieves the ball for Samford, against South a tip.
BASketBALL stARs highlight games
Team captain Jim Penna, using a shot from the corner, his best shot,
puts in two for the Bulldogs.
Penna, #12, goes high on the jump and guns the ball for the Sam-
Al Walter goes hard and fast against Hardin-Simmons.
Al Walter jumps against a Cowboy for the ball.
walteR, Williamson jump high foR goals
Left: Starter Laymon Williamson flies high for the rebound. Center:
Williamson scores two for Samford Bulldogs. Right: Williamson goes
high for a shot, one of 476 out of 23 games played for the Bulldogs.
Above: Terry Holiman rounds an opponent to go for a goal. Right:
Randy Morgan stands tall to shoot for a basket.
;u tennis team pARA6es nonops
Samford University Tennis Team members are: Row 1: Gary Pears,
Charles Owens, Joe Kelly, Turner Ragsdale. Row 2: Coach Max Gart-
man, David Harris, Joel Bailey, Claude Wood.
Charlie Owens is Samford's highest-ranking athlete.
chaRlie owens Ranks 19 in usto
Above: Charlie Owens and Joe Kelly display tennis trophy. Below:
i Coach Max Gartman instructs team members individually.
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finalists ape chosen
Right: Guitarist David Dykes entertains the viewers at the Mr. and
Miss Samford Pageant. Below: Finalists in the Pageant are: Row 1: Miss
Debbie Fulton, Miss Jan Cook, Miss Pam Lowery, Miss Susan Blevins,
Miss Elizabeth Douglas. Row 2: David Duke, Mike Cobb, Rod Minor,
Gene Luceford, Ron Drummonds.
Miss Carolyn Green presents Samford's gifts to Miss Samford.
qeoRQia Beauty is CROwned miss samfoRd
Miss Debbie Fulton receives the roses and robe of Miss Samford.
Pam Lovvrey, First Runner Up, and Debbie Fulton congratulate one
another on their success.
students vote foR samfoRO favoRites
Ron Drummond of Cumberland School of Law and Miss Debbie
Fulton receive honors as Mr. and Miss Samford 1972.
Friendliest Professors are Dr. W. M. Howell and Miss Carolyn Green;
Miss Debbie Fulton and Buddy Howorth are Friendliest Students.
fRienoLiest pROfesscms, students arc chosen
Friendliest Students show excitement over the honor.
Benjamin Carter Armistead
President, Student Government Association
thmty two students arc chosen as who's
Miss Glenda Jane Allen
Thomas Liddell Alford
President, Inter-Fraternity Council
Miss Malinda Susan Blevins
President, Chi Omega
George Henry Cartwright
who in ameRican colleges and univeRSities
Miss Sarah Elizabeth Douglas
David Nelson Duke
Religious Activities Council
Phi Kappa Phi
Miss Rebecca Anita Dunn
Student National Education Association
Joseph Edgar Glaze
President, Religious Activities Counci
out standing students take honops
Miss Nancy Goodhue
Religious Activities Council
Miss Martha Elaine Goodwin
Zeta Tau Alpha
Miss Deborah Sue Harrison
Alpha Delta Pi
Miss Rebecca Ellis Jennings
Terrell Lee Jackson
Miss Judith Anne Lambeth
President, Zeta Tau Alpha
Milton Charles Lovelady
Religious Activities Council
Eugene Mabry Lunceford
President, Sigma Nu
who's who memBeRS ape spotLiqhteo
Daniel Ernest Martin
Miss Gwynne Sowell
diss Linda Kay Sparks
NTRE NOUS Beauty
vliss Margaret Elizabeth Stephenson
Who's Who members not pictured are: Richard
Gordon Allen, Ralph Anderson, James Michael
Cobb, Charles Wade Gilliland, Miss Joy Ellen
Gooch, James Lawrence Hart, James M. Putnam,
Robert Allen Smith, Miss Betty Stokes, John King
Miss Anne Parker Weaver
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Samford Inter-Fraternity Council members are: Row 1: Phil Tyler, £ N;
Tim Delaney,nKA; Gary Shank,n K<I>: Mark Smith, AXA. Row 2:
Jon Terry, £ N ; Allen Speaker,nKA; Jim Stevens, IlK<I>; Mike Mur-
Above: Panhellenic representatives are: Row 1: Brenda Roe, <t> M ;
Lynn Taylor, A Z ; Susan Wanninger, K A . Ro2: Annelle Bagley,
ZTA: Carol Edwards, AATl; Gayle Shackleford, X il ; Miss Martha
Ann Cox, Director of Women's Programs. Below: Lambda Chi Alpha
Sisters of the Crescent are: Row 1: Virginia Dobbins, Pamela Went-
worth, Tina Cantt, Georgia Flemming, Carol Adams, Bee Chapman,
Katrina Godwin, Lynn Parham. Row 2: Debbie Northcutt, Signa Paulk,
Toni Bullock, Anna Rodgers, Linda Cole, Lisa Johnson, Terri Hatha-
way, Lynn Taylor, Judy Robinson.
AAITs Martha Edwards and Martha Howard show Rushee Melissa
Crockett into their animated Doll House. Showgirl Lynn Taylor intro-
duces Carol Donaldson to * A Z on Broadway." Southern Lady Eliz-
abeth Douglas discusses the <I> M Southern Plantation with Signa
Paulk. Karen Fowler quickly learns about X 11 S Train Ride from
Pat Pervis and Melinda Eubanks.
Debbie Brunson lights the candles at the entrance to "KA Hades"
as Rushee Susan Sheppard looks on. Linda Moore Anderson beckons
Vicki Shaffer into Z T A 's Summer Picnic.
Samford's week of Rush, prior to the first week of
classes in the fall, began with a meeting of all Rushees
and sorority presidents. The first day of parties was set
aside for Ice Water Teas, during which the girls took a
first look at sororities. Each of the successive parties
was held at night, with each sorority presenting two
separate Theme Parties and finally a Preferential Party.
At the end of the week, the girls chose a sorority, with
hopes of becoming a Greek. After bids were received,
each sorority held pledging of the fall 1971 Pledge
QReeks buiLo homecoming dispUys
Above: Phi Mu lakes First Place in the Sorority Division with the best Below: The 1971 Homecoming goal of Chi Omega, "Sew Up the
Homecoming display and winning goal in 1971. Majors," places second in the Sorority Division.
Above: In the Fraternity Division, Lambda Chi Alpha, with the "Bull-
dogs Overcome Major Obstacles," win First Place.
Below: Sigma Nu's "Wipe the Saps" off the field with their second
place winnyig display among the fraternities.
active QReeks p^Rticipate
Rodney Dennis, John McCullough, Zipper Floyd, and Jeff Johns, along
with Greeks all over campus, hurriedly make last-minute preparations
for Homecoming displays.
Mike Murphy and Keith Roland try their hand at cooking in the AXA
Hamburger Stand during the BSU Carnival.
Greeks Nancy NeSmith, David Anderson, and Camilla Brown are ac-
tive members of Samford's Student Government Association.
in ALL aspects of samfoRd Life
Signa Paulk and Janie Spencer put hours of work into Chi Omega's
Homecoming display. Alpha Delta Pi Barbara Hall, like many other
Greeks, attends the K-Ettes Bridal Show. Delta Zeta's Jill Wilson and
Cheri McDonald participate in the Greek intramural programs.
From the beginning of the year, Greeks were active
in all aspects of life at Samford. Because of rush, the
girls in sororities were among the first to arrive at
school. After classes started, time flew until Homecom-
ing arrived, and Greeks worked at all hours on displays.
Greeks won in Samford beauty pageants, scholastic
awards, and were known by all as diligent workers.
During Step-Sing, they could be heard practicing songs
and steps at almost any time. Throughout the year,
Samford Greeks were on the go.
qpeeks win in step-sing 1972
Above: Chi Omega's, portraying little girls and boys, remain deter-
mined not to grow up. Singing such songs as "I'm Five," they win
First Place in the Sorority Division.
Below: The Pi Kappa Phi's capture the attention of the Step-Sing
audience and First Place in the Fraternity Division by singing a med-
ley of songs from "Music Throughout History."
Above: In the Fraternity Division, Sigma Nu wins Second Place with
songs from the "Haywagon Days" of our early eighteenth-century
Below: As little Shirley Temple, Phi Mu's sing their way into the
hearts of the members of the audience and win the Second Place
honors in the Sorority Division in Step-Sing 1972.
QReeks nolo election
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Creeks honor Goddess Robin Rowden and God Joel Bailey.
Mary Lynn Hartselle and David Anderson are runners-up in the election.
Every spring Greeks have held their Greek God and
Goddess election. This year the election was held in
conjunction with Greek Days, during which fraternity
and sorority members competed in athletic events, at-
tended a coffeehouse sponsored by Panhellenic, and
met other Greeks. Each fraternity and sorority chose
representatives to enter the election, and Greeks turned
out to vote, honoring Robin Rowden as Greek Goddess
and Joel Bailey as Greek God of 1972.
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority members are: Clockweise: Lynn Bush, Lynn
Eaton, Anne Russell, Carol Wilson, Pam Lowery, Jan Wilson, Nancy
Mullinax, Nancy Hamby, Marilyn Cox, Carol Edwards, Jane Wilson,
Alice Browder, Becky Boles, Teresa Johnson, Carol Williams, Robyn
Lewis, Vicky Mein, Kathy Davis, Mary Joyce Holiday, Susan Hoffman,
Susan Francis, Marie Olden, Kay Woody, Barbara Hall. Row 1: Amy
Williams, Phoebe Donald, Martha Howard, Lynn Caskin, Susan San-
ders, Kathy Street, Carol Barnes, Terri Fitzpatrick.
Chi Omega Sorority members are: Row 1: Anna Rodgers, Kathi Eudy,
Lynette Hill, Patti Weaver, Janie Spencer, Cathy Chandler, Carol Ad-
ams, Gayle Shackleford. Row 2: Janet Okin, Pam Solmon, Karen
Powell, Toni Bullock, Susan Gates, Lois Thurmer, Claudia Rawls, Ruth
Pippin, Helen Gather. Row 3: Debbie Roden, Katrina Godwin, Jan
Adamson, Tina Gantt, Laura Burch, Terri Arantz, Becky Black, Robin
Rowden, Melinda McCoy, Susan Blevins, Jennie Shank. Row 4: Donnie
Beasley, Debbie Jones, Sallie Bryan, Signa Paulk, Marcia Sowell, Becky
Jennings, Pat Pervis, Eddie Miller, Sherry Chilton, Brenda Blackshear.
Delta Zeta Sorority members are: Row 1: Mary Bee Duncan, Lynn
Taylor, Becky Britton, Cathy Bradley, Sandy Smith, Sandy Gentle,
Cyndi King. Row 2: Pat Barlow, Nancy Alford, Jill Wilson, Jennifer
Cox, Monnie Locklin, Man David Gartman, 1971 Pledge Sweetheart
Jim McCulley, Janice Elrod, Sherra Dailey, Nancy NeSmith. Row 3:
Virginia Dobbins, Cheri McDonald, Susan Mease, Jill Johnson, Jane
Proctor. Row 4: Stephanie Judge, Debbie Sorrick, Beth Chapman,
Betsy DeVan, Jamie Miller, Cathy Mileski.
Kappa Delta Sorority members are: Row 1: Susan Wanninger, Becky
Stone, Ellen Wood, Carold Donaldson, Sharon Taylor, Helen Daniels,
Lemoyne Downing, Babs Blass, Sharon Davis, Gretchen Hunecke, Joy
Jarrard, Carlene Evans. Row 2: Becky Whorton, Ann Tucker, Nell
Wilkes, Becky Smith, Karen Poss, Beverly Warren, Susan Whitlock,
Nancy Hill, Brenda Crump, Susan Sheppard, Suzanne Holden, Lynn
Parham, Rebecca Jones, Leigh Brooks, Wade Endsley, Ellen Shirley,
Janet Wagner. Row 3: Lenore Hoppers, Gerene Henley, Donna Lay.
Phi Mu Sorority members are: Row 1: Anne Weaver, Cathy Owens,
Patsy Nichols, Dale Martin, Cindy Stringfellow, Donna Garrett, Cathy
Jackson, Marsha Carlton, Karen Caldwell, Barbara Russell, Kyle Ellis,
Becky Fadeley, Teresa Dukes, Vicki Shaffer, Alisa Boone, Donna Bush,
Susan Huett. Row 2: Mark Reed, Melanie Roddam, Jane Binzel, Bren-
da Roe, Karen Fowler, Glenda Allen, Rosemary Hamilton, Emily Pry-
or, Pandy Agnew, Jeannie Johnson, Susie Sirles, Sandra Porch, Jane
Prince, May Katherine McRae, Kathy Langstaff, Pamela Wentworth.
Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority members are: Row 1: Shirley Wren, Connie
Regapoulous, Sarah Bliss, Terri Hathaway, Esther Baker, Kay Coaker,
Sylvia McArthur, Pam Nicholson, Mary K. Camby. Row 2: Jan Cook,
Debbie Powell, Becca Jones, Mary Lynn Hartselle, Suzie Thomas, Bon-
nie Burns, Pattie Johnson, Libby Potts, Sorority Sweetheart Arnold
Mooney, Annelle Bagley, Pam Perry, Sue Hurst, Becky Rogers. Row 3:
Melinda Howard, Judith Johnson, Kathy White, Glory Young, Camil-
la Brown, Cathy Wyatt, Karen Smith, Andrea Kornegay, Jan Rudder,
Linda Hunt, Martie Jones, Judy Lambeth, Shirley Jones, Lelia Hadley,
Karen Starr, Deborah DeRieux, Melissa Crockett, Janice Jackson, Sherry
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity members are: Row 1: Law Lamar, Rick
Johanson, Tom Barrett, Jim Hart. Row 2: B.C. Jones, Hiram Steven-
son, Steve McDonald, Mac Husband, Mark Smith, Cam Maddox, Tom
Gester. Row 3: Tom Ferguson, Charlie Miles, Ron Scott, Shawn Smith,
Bill Youngblood, Blair Harrill, Mike Murphy. Row 4: David Denny,
Brian Keith, John McRee, Danny Thetford, Dick Smith, Frank Johnson.
Sigma Nu Fraternity members are: Row 1: Greg Price, Allen Downs,
Gene Lunceford, Phil Tyler, Randy Brown, Roger Fritz, Bob Norman,
Hank Nagem. Row 2: Randy Morgan, Andy White, Jon Terry, Hector
Haithcock, Perry Woodruff, David Anderson. Row 3: Gary Pears, Mark
Reed, Bob Hanks, Terry Gloor, Larry Cox, Tommy Odom, Ron Ken-
dall, David Chestnut, Bob Ingram, John Harrison, Bob Quinn, Don
Owens, Joe Carlton, Wayne Randall, Paul Nola, Bill Riddle, Tim Up-
ton, Steve Lind.
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Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity members are: Row 1: Mike Little, Steve Murp-
hree, Billy Ross, Tom Walker, Gary Shank, Bob Walden, Moultrie Ses-
sions, Tommy Alford. Row 2: Jim House, Bill Snelling, Max McBrayer,
Erly Garner, Rodney Dennis, Bruce Davis, David Davis, Jim Stevens,
Garve Ivey. Row 3: Tommy Armstrong, Don Winslett, Wyatt Pope,
John McCullough, Peck Garner, Bradley Dennis, Barry Vaughn, Bill
Hawkins, David Bean, David Dennis, Bill Stark, Zipper Floyd, Wade
Robinson, Ben Machen, Gary Dennis.
Pi Kappa Alpha members are: Row 1: John Cronenberg, Steve Craw-
ford, Rodney Sharp, Paul Phillips, Fred Beason, Charlie Owens, Joel
Bailey, Sweetheart Robin Rowden, Stan DeWitt, Pat Crowe, Tom
Carradine. Row 2: Oavid Jackson, David Denny, Ken Quattlebaum,
Tim Delaney, Joey York, Joe Propst, Jim Putnam, Bobby Reynolds,
Stuart Sims, Shirley Duncan, Turner Ragsdale, David Winchester.
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Dr. Wright speaks at the Alabama Baptist State Convention.
Dr. Wright discusses the French theme of the 1973 Festival
of Arts with Monsieur Jean-Jacques French Peyronnet, consul
from New Orleans, and Monsieur Jean Pettinelli, cultural at-
tache to the consul.
The President with his family; Row 1: Dr. Wright, Millie Kay Wright,
Mrs. Wright, Leslie Stephen Wright III. Row 2: John King Wright,
Mrs. John Wright, Mrs. Leslie S. Wright, Jr., Leslie S. Wright, Jr.
Dr. Leslie S. Wright
Dr. Wright celebrates Mrs. Wright's birthday with Roy D. Hickman,
president of Rotary International, Mrs. Hickman, and Frank Spain,
former president of Rotary International, all of Birmingham. Dr.
Wright served during 1971-72 as Governor of Rotary International,
Major Harwell C. Davis
Row 1: Ben Harrison, Judge Hobart H. Grooms, James A. Head, Mrs.
Clarence Rice, J. Orlando Ogle, Dr. Frank Slitt, Dr. Lamar Jackson,
Selden Sheffield, Dr. H. Grady Ketchum, Frank P. Samford. Row 2:
C.W. Gross, Ben B. Brown, Gerow Hodges, Mrs. S.E. Upchurch, Major
W. Espy, Milton Brooks, Harry B. Brock, John Will Gay, Judge James
H. Crow, Jr., Arthur Mead, Dr. Leslie S. Wright, Major Harwell G. Da-
vis. Row 3: Dr. George E. Bagley, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, Ala-
bama Baptist State Convention; R. J. Stockham, Judge J. Theodore
Jackson, B. Roper Dial, Rev. Walter Nunn, Clarence Gardner, Dr.
Oscar A. Davis, Frank Hardy, James C. Stivender.
Dr. Ruric E. Wheeler
Vice President for Academic Affairs
H. Evan Zeiger
Vice President for Financial Affairs
Dr. Arthur L. Walker, Jr.
Vice President for Administrative Affairs
Dr. Peter W. Weston
Vice President for Development and University Relations
H. Lindy Martin
Dean, Division of Student Services
Dr. W.T. Edwards
Dr. lames H. Newman
Assistant to the President for Institutional Planning and Research.
Mrs. Margaret D. Sizemore
Assistant to the President for Community Relations
Dr. Louis C. Guenther
■ 1 4
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Lewis E. Arnold
Director of Photographic Services
Edwin Thomas Cleveland
Director of Financial Aids and Freshman Counseling
Martha Ann Cox
Director of Women's Programs
Joseph C. Daniel
Director of Student Activities
Mary Nell Frazier
Manager of Student Accounts Office
Billy T. Gamble
Superintendent of Physical Plant
A. Wayne Harrison
George H. Jackson
Director of Extension Division
John L. McCormick
Director of Development
William N. Nunnelley
Director of Information Services
C. Lynn Phillips
Neil A. Shepherd
Admissions and Development Counselor
Richard V. Swindle
Director of Recruiting
Charles T. Taylor
Director of Men's Housing
Robert E. Trimble
Director of Computer Services
Miry Frances Tucker
Manager of Alumni Services
Jean B. Vess
Michael H. White
howapo college of apts and sciences
division of health,
Dr. Hugh C. Bailey
Miss Avalee Willoughby
Acting Chairman of Division
John T. Haywood, John Lee Armstrong, Miss Ramona Washburn. Not
pictured: Miss Lela Anne Brewer.
division of humanities
Dr. Austin C. Dobbins
Chairman of Division
Head, Department of English
oepaptment of art
Dr. Lowell Cecil Vann, Head; Charles D. Hand, Mrs. La Neil L. Wilson.
Not pictured: Mrs. Thelma W. Pritchett.
department of enqLish
Row 1: Mrs. Rachel Merrill, Mrs. Ann Harvey, Dr. Joseph Leonard
King, Mrs. Martha P. Brown, Mrs. Frances W. Owens, Mrs. Frances
W. Hill, Mrs. Paulina |. Powell, Dr. Margaret Brodnax. Row 2: Dr.
Charles T. Workman, James L. Treadway, Samuel James Mitchell, Dr.
Ray M. Atchison, Hilary Herbert Milton.
Eberhard Schachtsiek, Mrs. Allen B. Osgood, Dr. Wheeler Hawley,
Head; Mrs. Myralyn F. Allgood, Mrs. Bernice C. Hirsch. Not pictured:
Mrs. Helen Jackson, Mr. Max D. Gartman.
depARtment of journalism
Row 1: Richmond O. Brown, Head. Row 2: Mrs. Sandra A. Bearden,
Everett Holle, Lewis E. Arnold.
;w\\\ \ Row 1: Mrs. Barbara Hunt. Row 2: Harold Lane Hunt, Head; Thomas
Brad Bishop, Dr. Billy L. Harris.
division of natuRAl sciences
Dr. James H. Langston
Chairman of Division
Head, Department of Chemistry
oepARtment of Biology
Dr. William Mike Howell, Dr. Ellen W. McLaughlin, Dr. Tom E. Den-
ton, Dr. Herbert A. McCullough, Head; Allan F. Hayse.
oepaRtment of chemistRy
Dr. James H. Haggard, Dr. Ben B. Chaslain, Dr. Jerry W. Barrett.
Row 1: Dr. William D. Peeples, Head; Mrs. Mary L. Hudson, Mrs.
Letitia Yeager. Row 2: Dr. Thomas J. Cheatham, George T. Crocker,
Walter Sanders Bishop.
depARtment op physics
Dr. Wesley M. Roberds, Dr. Perry W. Morton, Head; Bernis O. Hannah.
division of Religion
Dr. Vernon G. Davison
Chairman of Division
Row 1: Dr. Carl Whirley, Dr. Sigurd F. Bryan, Dr. W. Mabry Lunce-
ford. Row 2: Dr. Rawdon Lee Gallman, Dr. Karen Randolph Joines,
Dr. W.T. Edwards.
division of social sciences
Dr. David M. Vess
Chairman of Division
Head, Department of History and Political Science
Director of the January Term.
depARtment of histoRy
an6 political, science
Row 1: Miss Carolyn M. Green, Mrs. Mary M. Washington, Mrs. Fran-
ces D. Hamilton, Dr. George V. Irons. Row 2: Dr. lames S. Brown,
Jr., Dr. J. Wayne Flynt, Dr. Hugh Coleman Bailey, Dr. Lee N. Allen.
Mrs. Susan B. Boyd, Mrs. Dorothy O. Funderburke, Mrs. Charla Cotton.
depaRtment of sociology
Mrs. Sarah A. Glass, Dr. Henry E. White, Jr., Dr. Harry E. Dickinson,
Dr. Roy S. Brigance, Head.
Dr. Lee N. Allen
ReseRve ofpceR tRAininq corps
Major James T. Kerr, Jr.,
MSG. James C. Tolbert.
school, of Business
Dr. William D. Geer
Row 1: Dr. W. Jack Duncan, Mrs. Wynelle Jacks, Dr. Fred W. Hendon.
Row 2: Dr. Kenneth E. Van Sise, Dr. Paul J.L. Schatz, Ralph E. Rozell,
Dr. Melvin Smith, Ollie Powers. Not pictured: Dr. Everett C. Lemeron.
school of Law
Arthur A. Weeks
Row 1: Edwin Leggett Sterne, Mrs. Mabel B. Fitch, William Frank
Spencer, Mrs. Annette C. Dodd, Mrs. James L. Shores, Charles Dubose
Cole. Row 2: Walter D. Sowa, Loren |ay Bullock, Donald E. Corley,
Charles Edward Clark, T. Brad Bishop, Claude E. Bankester, Robert
Adolf Riegert, lames Lewis Hughes, Jr., Raymond Paul Hutchens, Frank
school of education
Dr. Alto L. Garner
Row 1: Dr. Frances T. Carter, Miss Mary Elizabeth Forman, Miss Mar-
tha Ann Cox, Mrs. Sally R. Lamar. Row 2: Dr. Ira Fred Simmons,
Monnie T. Cheves, Dr. Janice Teal, Dr. John, T. Carter, Dr. Ray Har-
vey. Not pictured: Lelton B. Cobb.
school op music
Dr. Claude H. Rhea, Jr.
Row 1: Dr. Paul M. Hall, Donald Ray Cornutl, Mrs. Marjorie G. Coker,
Steve Nelson. Row 2: Bob L. Burroughs, Dr. Lonnie Gene Black, Randall
Veazey, David Black, Mrs. Kathleen Martinson, Mrs. Betty Sue Shep-
herd, Mrs. Eleanor O. Ousley, Mrs. Eva C. White, Richard Watson,
Russell Hedger, Dr. Harry E. Tibbs. Not pictured: Witold Turkieiwicz,
Miss Marilyn Ann Mayse.
Dr. John Ernest Wintter
Row 1: Tea Sam Roe, Dr. Stanley V. Susina, Dr. Jean Mead Dunbar,
Donald L. Denney. Row 2: Neil A. Shepherd, John Witty Lovin. Not
pictured: Charles D. Baird, Chauncey M. Felker, Charles M. King, Dr.
Robert E. Miller, Chivers Richard Woodruff, Jr.
senioR law class ofpceps 1972
senior Uw class 1972
Anderson Jr., Paul
Bowen Jr., William
Calhoun Jr., John
194 Law Seniors
Deason Jr., Marshal
Dillard Jr., Roger
Elliott III, Rufus
Formby Jr., John
Law Seniors 195
Gracey Jr., Hugh
Hoffman Jr., Charles
Hull Jr., Daniel
Johnson Jr., Roy
196 Law Seniors
Little Jr., Loyd
Oldham Jr., Alfred
Reddoch Jr., James
Law Seniors 197
Rumsey III, Robert
Sundheim Jr., Frederick
White Jr., Henry
198 Law Seniors
Wood Jr., Fred
Law students acquire practice serving in Moot Court.
Law Seniors 199
McCulley III, lames
Roysler Jr., Theodore
The faculty expects intense research and concentration of each law student.
Hours of studying are almost over for graduate and pharmacy students.
Hart, Virginia L.
Jones, Rebecca A.
Jones, Rebecca J.
One senior looks with expectation towards her
Juniors 2 1 1
Juniors say, "Let the world know, "We're number one.
He may be only one of many, but he's ours, our Sam ford Bulldog.
Sophomores are reaching for a far-off star in Step-Sing 1972.
Tucker, Ann M.
Tucker, Anne F.
Nighttime Samford is the fairyland scene students rarely see.
Strong winds raise kites and spirits for Samford Freshmen.
Both Samford and its Freshmen build a future.
Johnson, Judith C.
Johnson, Lisa L.
Jones, Ronald V.
The motto of the Freshmen at Homecoming is "together— in unity.'
Orr, Ava M.
Students enjoy cooperating. . .for a purpose.
Van Orman, John
When the girls at Samford can't find a beach, they improvise.
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RALPH BEESON STUDENT CENTER
3449 Overton Road
Sunday School 9:15 A.M.
Morning Worship 10:30 A.M.
Snack Supper 5:30 P.M.
Training Session 6:00 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:00 P.M.
Family Night Supper 6:30 P.M.
Prayer Service 7:15 P.M.
Jerry A. Brown
Minister of Music
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Sixth Jxvenue at cfwenty Second Street ilortri
INVITES YOU TO BECOME A PART OF ITS
WITNESSING AND SERVING MINISTRY
10:50 A.M. and 7:00 P.M.
Bible Study 9:25 A.M.
Snack Time 5:00 P.M.
Church Training 5:45 P.M.
Fellowship Supper 6:00 P.M.
Prayer Hour 6:40 P.M.
Choir Rehearsal 9:15 P.M.
Andrew W. Trampling Harold Newberry
Pastor Associate Pastor— Minister of Music
WHERE THE DIFFERENCE CANCELS OUT THE DISTANCI
ON A FINE YEARBOOK!
^Partners in growth with people and churches/'
Books and Bibles of all Publishers
Out of Stock Items Special Ordered
2020 So. 8th Ave. 328-5271
shades mountain Baptist chuRcn
Green Springs Highway and Vestaview Lane
Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
Morning Worhsip 10:45 a.m.
Training Union (preceded by snack supper).. 6:15 p.m.
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday— The Church at Prayer (preceded by Family
Night Supper and other activities) 7:30 p.m.
Charles T. Carter
^Anchored to the first century — Speaking to the twentieth century.'
3030 Montgomery Highway
WORSHIP, BIBLE STUDY,
FELLOWSHIP . . .
. THAT'S CHRISTIAN GROWTH
DAWSON MEMORIAL BAPTIST
1114 Oxmoor Road 871-7324
Recreation Center 879-1758
DR. E. M. ARENDALL-PASTOR
; RALIEGH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
309 Raliegh Avenue Homewood, Alabama
r _ j %J^J_±±_j: .. Where The Action Is
J ., ■ ..'^ ; ^ -^ ' r I JU1 g e S e Where Christ Has The Pre-eminence
,**,**- -., j Where Love Prevails . . .
Morris D. Freeman - Pastor
About our program —
Sunday School - 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship - 11:00 A.M.
Church Training - 6:15 P.M.
Evening Worship - 7:30 P.M.
Family Supper - 5:45 P.M.
Prayer Service and other Mid-Week Activities - 6:30 P.M.
The closest church to campus
"Sharing our personnel and facilities with Samford Students.
we don't pretend to speak or dance to the beat of youth-
after all we'd look pretty wild trying it, but we do feel we
understand most of the problems confronting you in the
future, we were once in the same place.
congratulations to the seniors of 1971 and best wishes for
happiness in the future, we welcome you to the alumni of
continue to strive for success and it will lie within your reach
your alumni association of samford
BAKERY AND EPICURE SHOP
2916 S. 18th Street • Birmingham, Alabama
in the Student Union
We Have a Complete
Selection of Paperback,
Study Outlines and Novelties
BAPTIST CHURCH OF THE COVENANT
WELCOMES SAMFORDSTUDENTS AND FACULTY
• To be a part of a Servant Church,
• To express your Christian Faith through sacrificial service, and
• To be involved in special ministries to meet human need.
Meeting at Temple Emanu— El
2100 Highland Avenue
Dr. J. Herbert Gilmore, Jr., Minister
International Ministry • Tutoring
Work with children in the inner city
Several other personal ministries
8:00 A.M Bus leaves Vail Hall
8:30 A. M Worship
10:00 A.M Bible Study
6:15 P.M Bus leaves Vail Hall
7:00 P.M Evening Worship
INTERRACIAL INTERCULTURAL INTERNATIONAL
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Worship with people who have banded together
to mold a new face
for their Lord's Church.
Sunday School - 9:00 A. M. • Church Training - 6:30
Morning Worship - 10:00 A.M. • Evening Worship - 7:30
Transportation available from Samford before
the Sunday School and Church Training hours.
VESTA VIA HILLS BAPTIST CHURCH
2600 Vestabia Drive
C. Otis Brooks — Pastor
COMPLETE FAMILY OF DAIRY PRODUCTS
Central Park baptist Church
1900 43 rd Street West
Rev. John Bob Riddle— Pastor
There's Always Something
Great Swinging in our
Our Church Program—
Sunday School . . . 9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship . . . 11:00 A.M.
Church Training . . . 6:15 P.M.
Evening Worship . . . 7:30 P.M.
(Bus Transportation Available From Samford
Before Sunday School and Church Training Hours.)
Family Supper . . . 5:55 P.M.
Prayer Service . . . 7:20 P.M.
Choir Practice . . . 8:00 P.M.
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Vestavia Shopping City
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MOUNTAIN BROOK BAPTIST CHURCH
3631 Montevallo Road
-Schedule of Services-
Morning Worship 8:30 A.M. and 11:00 A.M.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Evening Worship 6:00 P.M.
Supper served from 5:45 to 6:30 P.M.
Varied Bible study, prayer, and music opportunities
at 6:30 P.M.
Transportation for students is available; please call the church office.
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Portraits — Weddings
Sorority and Fraternity
Five Points West
1024 Montgomery Highway, Birmingham, Alabama 35216
Telephone: 205 - 823-2324
Welcomes Samford Students to
CHRySLER • PLyMOUTH the close-out bargain sales
on our 1972 cars!
We have a wide selection of '72 Sebrings, Valiant Dust-
ers and others, as well as the new stock of '73 cars.
We offer the closest fully equipped body shop and serv-
ice departments in the Samford area.
Come by and see us!
"We're dealing like crazy!"
samfoRd welcomes air fORce Rote
In its first year at Samford, the Air Force ROTC be-
came well-established in 1971-'72. Included in the pro-
gram is the first coeducational curriculum, scholarships,
flying training, orientation flights, recreational activities,
social events. Also, the program includes other benefits,
such as opportunities for advanced education and na-
tional defense student loans.
AdministRAtion and faculty inC>ex
C. M. Adamson 166
Dr. Lee N. Allen 79,184,1t>6
Mrs. Myralyn F. Allgood 71,178
John Lee Armstrong 176
Lewis E. Arnold 170,179
Dr. Ray M. Atchison 178
Dr. Joseph Avery 166
Dr. George E. Bagley 166
Dr. Hugh Coleman Bailey 68,69,176,18-4
Bill Baker 87
Claude E. Bankester 188
Dr. Jerry W. Barrett 181
Mrs. Sandra A. Bearden 79,179,248
Mrs. Fanna N. Bee 68,69
T. Brad Bishop 179,188
Walter Sanders Bishop 62,63,181
David Black 190
Dr. Lonnie Gene Black 190
Mrs. Susan Boyd 185
Dr. Roy S. Brigance 186
Harry B. Brock 166
Dr. Margaret Brodnax 70,178
Milton Brooks 166
Ben B. Brown 166
Dr. James S. Brown, Jr. 79,184
Mrs. Martha P. Brown 70,178
Richmond O. Brown 48,179
Dr. Sigurd F. Bryan 79,183
Loren Jay Bullock 188
Bob L. Burroughs 46,190
Mrs. Esther Burroughs 67
Dr. Frances R. Carter 189
Dr. JohnT. Carter 72,189
Dr. Ben B. Chastain 79,181
Dr. Thomas J. Cheatham 62,63,181
Monnie T. Cheves 189
Charles Edward Clark 188
Edwin Thomas Cleveland 170
Mrs. Marjorie G. Coker 190
Charles Dubose Cole 33,188
Donald E. Corley 188
Donald Ray Cornutt 42,190
Mrs. Charla Cotton 185
Miss Martha Ann Cox 132,170,189
George T. Crocker 62,63,181
Judge James A. Crow, Jr. 166
Dr. William Pratt Dale III 4
Joseph C. Daniel 171
Marjor Harwell G. Davis 79,166
Dr. Oscar A. Davis 166
Dr. Vernon G. Davison 183
Dr. Donald L. Denney 191
Dr. Tom E. Denton 180
B. Roper Dial 166
Dr. Harry E. Dickinson 186
Mrs. Annette C. Dodd 188
Frank W. Donaldson 32,188
Dr. Jean Mead Dunbar 191
Dr. W. Jack Duncan 69,187
Dr. W. T. Edwards 79,168,183
Wayland Elliott 87
Major W. Espy 166
Mrs. Mabel B. Fitch 188
Dr. J. Wayne Flynt 184
Miss Mary. Elizabeth Forman 79,189
Miss Mary Nell Frazier 171
Mrs. Dorothy O. Funderburke 185
Clarence Gardner 166
Billy T. Gamble 171
Dr. Rawdon Lee Gallman 183
Dr. Alto L. Garner 4,79,189
Max Gartman 79,97,99
John Will Gay 166
Dr. William D. Geer 79,187
Mrs. Sarah A. Glass 79,185
Miss Carolyn M. Green 23,68,69,121,123,184
Judge Hobart H. Grooms 166
C. W. Gross 166
John Grubb 87
Wayne Grubb 87
Dr. Louis C. Guenther 169
Dr. James H. Haggard 181
Dr. Paul M. Hall 47,59,190
Mrs. Frances D. Hamilton 79,184
Bernis O. Hannah 182
Frank Hardy 166
Dr. Billy L. Harris 179
A. Wayne Harrison 172
Ben Harrison 166
R. A. Hartley 79
Mrs. Ann Harvey 178
Dr. Ray Harvey 189
Dr. Wheeler Hawley 79,178
Alan F. Hayse60,180
John T. Haywood 176
James A. Head 166
Russell Hedger 190
F. Wilbur Helmbold 79,169
Dr. Fred W. Hendon 187
Mrs. Frances W. Hill 178
Mrs. Bernice G. Hirsch 178
Gerow Hodges 166
Everett Holle 179
Dr. William Mike Howell 123,180
Mrs. Mary L. Hudson 62,63,181
James Lewis Hughes, Jr. 188
Mrs. Barbara Hunt 179
Harold Lane Hunt 179
Raymond Paul Hutchens 188
Bill Hyde 87
Dr. George V. Irons 37,68,69,79,184
Mrs. Wynelle Jacks 187
George H. Jackson 172
Judge J. Theodore Jackson 166
Dr. Lamar Jackson 166
Dr. Karen Randolph Joines 183
Major James T. Kerr, Jr. 186
Dr. H. Grady Ketchum 166
Dr. Joseph Leonard King 79,178
Mrs. Sally R. Lamar 189
Dr. James H. Langston 180
John Willy Lovin 191
Dr. Mabry Lunceford 79,183
H. Lindy Martin 168
Mrs. Kathleen Martinson 190
John L. McCormick 172
Dr. Herbert A. McCullough 180
Dr. Ellen W. McLaughlin 180
Arthur Mead 166
Mrs. Rachel Merrill 178
Hilary Herbert Milton 178
Samuel James Mitchell 70,178
Mrs. Marilyn Morton 79
Dr. Perry W. Morton 79,182
Steve Nelson 190
Dr. James H. Newman 79,168
Ralph Norman 166
Rev. Walter Nunn 166
William A. Nunnelley 173
J. Orlando Ogle 166
Mrs. Allen B. Osgood 178
Mrs. Eleanor O. Ousley 190
Mrs. Frances W. Owens 178
John Paty 87
Dr. William D. Peeples 62,63,79,181
C. Lynn Phillips 2,173
John C. Pittman 166
Mrs. Paulina J. Powell 178
Ollie Powers 187
Mrs. Carolyn Rhea 79
Dr. Claude H. Rhea, Jr. 34,46,79,190
Mrs. Clarence Rice 166
Robert Adolf Reigert 188
Dr. Wesley M. Roberds 182
Tea Sam Roe 191
Ralph E. Rozell 187
Jerry Ryan 92
Frank P. Samford 36,166
Eberhard Schachtsiek 178
Dr. Paul J. L. Schatz 187
Selden Sheffield 166
Mrs. Betty Sue Shepherd 173,190
Neil A. Shepherd 191
Mrs. Jamie L. Shores 188
Dr. Ira Fred Simmons 189
Mrs. Margaret Sizemore 65,169
E. Warren Smith 79
Dr. Melvin Smith 79,187
Walter D. Sowa 188
William Frank Spencer 188
Edwin Leggett Sterne 188
Dr. Frank Stitt 166
James C. Stivender 166
R. J. Stockham 166
Dr. Stanley V. Susina 191
Richard V. Swindle 2,174
Carl Taylor 92
Charles T. Taylor 174
Dr. Janice Teal 189
Dr. Harry E. Tibbs 79,190
MSG. James C. Tolbert 186
James L. Treadway 178
Robert E. Trimble 174
Mrs. Mary Frances Tucker 175
Mrs. S. E. Upchurch 166
Dr. Lowell Cecil Vann 177
Dr. Kenneth E. Van Sise 187
Dr. David M. Vess 68,69,184
Mrs. Jean B. Vess 175
Randall Veazey 190
Dr. Arthur L. Walker, Jr. 2,3,79,167
Miss Ramona Washburn 176
Van Washer 92,93
Mrs. Mary M. Washington 64,79,184
Richard Watson 190
Arthur A. Weeks 79,188
Dr. Peter W. Weston 167
Dr. Ruric E. Wheeler 35,79,167
Dr. Carl Whirley 34,183
Mrs. Eva C. White 90
Dr. Henry E. White, Jr. 185
Michael H. White 75
Miss Avalee Willoughby 79,176
Mrs. La Neil L. Wilson 177
Dr. John E. Wintter 79,191
Dr. Charles T. Workman 70,178
Richard Wood 87
Dr. Leslie S. Wright 2,34,35,37,38,79,164,165,166
Mrs. Letitia Yeager 62,63,181
H. Evan Zeiger 167
QRaCmate, law, and pnaRmacy index
Alford, Nancy 147,202
Allen, Richard 202
Anderson Jr., Paul 194
Androski, Edward 194
Austin, Robert 194
Bailey, Richard 194
Barber, David 73,194
Barker, Elliott 194
Barlow, Pat 147,202
Bean, Martin 194
Bell, Richard 194
Bowen Jr., William 194
Briskman, Arthur 194
Brogden, Robert 194
Brunson, Kent 194
Butler, Frances 200
Calhoun Jr., John 194
Carroll, John 32
Cater, Richard 195
Caudle, David 200
Chapdelain, Dana 200
Cheves, Cecil 200
Clarke, Arthur 195
Clary, John 200
Cleckler, Michael 195
Coggin, Ted 33,195
Cohn, Leslie 195
Conger, James 195
Cook, Mike 195
Corbitt, Jack 195
Cotten, Tucker 195
Craig, Hughie 195
Crowe, Robert 195
Cunningham, William 200
Davis, James 200
Deason, Jr., Marshall 195
Deneau, Irene 195
Dillard, Jr., Roger 195
Dillard, Timothy 195
Drummonds, Ronald 44,59,120,122,195
Elliott III, Rufus 195
Farrior, James 200
Ferguson, Hal 73
Fitzgerald, Arnold 195
Ford, George 195
Formby Jr., John 195
Foster, Thomas 196
George, Lekha 202
Givhan, John 196
Gordon, Ben 196
Graceyjr., Hugh 196
Green, James 196
Guest, William 196
Hafner, Robert 200
Halbrooks, William 196
Hanson, Frieda 200
Harrison, Donald 200
Hasty, William 196
Hedge, Dennis 196
Harrington, Leslie 196
Hill, Carey 196
Hiltbrand, Lance 200
Hinkle, Anita 200
Hodge, Wilson 196
Hoffman, Jr., Charles 33,196
Hull, Jr., Daniel 196
Hurt, William 196
Johnson, Jr., Roy 196
Jones, Archie 200
Keith, Parke 196
Kendrick, Robert 196
Lamont, Robert 196
Lee, Henry 196
Little, Jr., Loyd 197
Low, Vincent 197
Lowery, Raymond 197
Mack, Stephen 200
Mansell, Barry 197
Masingill, Mark 202
McAliley, Gary 201
McCain, Thomas 202
McClure, William 197
McCulley III, James 147,201
McDonald, Hal 73
McDonald, Joetta 203
Miller, Anita 33,197
Miller, Jerome 201
Monroe, Roger 197
Niezer, Charles 197
Noonan, Doug 32
Ohle, Robert 197
Oldham, Jr., Alfred 197
Parvey, Allan 197
Perry, Buddy 197
Pilgrim, John 197
Preefer, Jay 197
Preefer, Richard 197
Raymon, Edward 197
Reddoch, Jr., James 197
Rehyansky, Joseph 197
Rice, Benjamin 197
Roedder, William 197
Rollings, Harvey 198
Rowe, Charles 198
Royster, Stephen 201
Roysterjr., Theodore 201
Rumsey III, Robert 198
Russell, John 198
Screws, John 198
Sellers, Gene 198
Shears, Jack 201
Sheehan, Donald 201
Sneed, Arnold 198
Sobel, David 198
Southern, John 198
Starnes, Stan 198
Stokes, Betty 200
Sundheimjr., Frederick 198
Thomas, David 198
Thorne, Wayne 73
Thornton, Stan 198
Trawick, Donald 198
Tucker, Gerome 198
Turner, Thomas 73,198
Vanassenderp, Ken 198
Vassallo, Joseph 201
Vaughn, Charles 198
Weatherford, Jim 198
Weekley, Thomas 202
Welch, Richard 201
Whitejr., Henry 198
Whittington, John 199
Wicker, Steve 32
Wiggins, David 199
Wilkerson, Joseph 199
Williams, Ted 199
Williamson, Daniel 202
Wilmer, John 199
Wilson, Jim 201
Wood, Jr., Fred 199
Woodall, George 33,201
Wright, John King 37,199
Zarzaur, Ben 199
Adams, Ann 71
Adams, Carol 55,108,132,144
Adamson, Jan 144
Aderhold, Patti 56,58,213
Adkins, Harry 42
Agnew, Pandy 109,151
Akers, Merideth 54,213
Alexander, Wanda 44
Alford, Tommy 124,159
Allen, Del 18
Allen, Glenda 35,64,68,69,124,151
Allen, Mary 47
Allen, Richard 54
Anderson, David 78,136,141,156
Anderson, Linda Moore 133
Arantz, Terri 71,86,144,218
Armistead, Ben 23,35,37,74,124,203
Armor, Jerry 48,71,218
Armstrong, Hayward 66,213
Armstrong, Tommy 159
Arnett, George 213
Arnold, Deborah 55,218
Atchison, Horace 203
Atkinson, Bill 62
Aycock, Steve 60,65
Badgett, Jane 218
Bagley, Annelle 44,132,152,213
Bailey, Andy 5354
Bailey, Joel 97,140,209
Baird, Kenneth 209
Baites, Rosemary 45,47,218
Baker, Esther 152
Banks, Bob 65
Banks, Tim 45
Barnard, Mark 65,75
Barnes, Carol 143
Barnes, Jamie 218
Barnett, Dwyane 93
Barrentine, Deborah 209
Barrett, Tommy 155,203
Barrows, Lee 47,59
Bates, Cheryl 209
Bates, Stanley 66,213
Beale, Mason 66
Bean, David 159
Bearden, Greg 71
Beasley, Donnie 144
Beason, Fred 160
Beck, Valera 43,218
Bedsome, Mike 47
Beersdorf, George 78
Begany, Bruce 213
Beiro, Patricia 203
Bell, Elizabeth 44,218
Berg, Kathi 43,46
Berg, Theresa 43,218
Best, Florence 45
Binzel, Jane 157
Black, Alan 42,66
Black, Becky 84,85,110,144
Blackshear, Branda 144
Blankenship, Ronald 62,218
Blass, Babs 45,47,148,218
Blevins, Susan 120,125,144,203
Bliss, Paul 209
Bliss, Sarah 44,152,213
Boggarty, Harold 209
Boggs, Rhonda 218
Boland, Donna 218
Boles, Becky 143
Bollinger, Marilyn 64,68,69,203
Bolton, Becky 47,213
Bonner, Diane 47,218
Boone, Alisa 51,71,151,218
Borland, Martin 78
Bower, Alice 218
Bowles, Alice 55
Bradley, Cathy 76,147,209
Brake, Lynn 218
Brand, Kathleen 47,71,209
Brasher, Robert 209
Brassed, Lauryn 47
Braswell, Claude 218
Breeden, Dianne 45,51,218
Bridges, Cindy 218
Britton, Becky 47,147,218
Brooks, Dan 47,213
Brooks, Leigh 148
Brooks, Mike 66,209
Brooks, Sharon 47,70
Brooks, Vernie 203
Browder, Alice 143
Brown, Altrice 57
Brown, Camilla 136,152,213
Brown, Charles 213
Brown, Debbie 78
Brown, Pam 98
Brown, Randy 92,156
Brown, Richard 62,218
Brown, Sharon 71,209
Brown, Susan Ferguson 37,64,79,115,203
Browning, James 213
Bruckmeier, Janet Hogue 79
Brunson, Debbie 133
Bryan, Bill 54
Bryan, Carol 54,218
Bryan, Sallie 144
Brymer, Larry 47
Buffington, Eunice 78
Bullington, Len 218
Bullock, Toni 132,144
Burch, Laura 144
Burge, Henry 78,209
Burkett, Susan 41
Burns, Bonnie 152
Burton, Ed 47
Burton, James 218
Busey, Darryl 209
Bush, Carl 66
Bush, Donna 86,151,218
Bush, Lynn 71,143
Butler, Frances 200
Cagle, Steve 54,65,209
Cain, Bill 66,75,213
Caldwell, Karen 151
Camby, Mary K. 152
Campbell, Cal 4
Campbell, Dan 62,63
Campbell, Don 42,44,59
Campbell, Martha 56
Carlson, Mike 65
Carlton, Joe 156
Carlton, Marsha 151,209
Carpenter, Rick 66,69,203
Carr, Bill 59
Carradine, John 160
Carroll, Floyd 213
Carroll, Michael 213
Carroll, Vickie 47
Carswell, Linda 203
Carter, Jim 54
Cartwright, George 49,125,203
Chambers, Michael 203
Chambliss, Janet 24,209
Chandler, Cathy 51,71,144,218
Chapman, Bee 132
Chapman, Beth 47,147
Chastain, Rusty 47
Chasteen, Richard 213
Cheek, Lynn 209
Cheshire, Nancy 209
Chestnut, David 45,75,156,213
Cheves, Cecil 200
Childs, Staff 218
Chilton, Sherry 144
Christmas, Charlie 47,239
Christmas, Joy 26
Clanton, Charles 89
Clanton, Jeffrey 218
Clary, John 200
Clayton, Roy 219
Cleary, John 219
Coaker, Kay 152
Cobb, Mike 88,120,203
Cochran, Saleta 219
Coffman, Tricia 45,58,209
Cofield, David 44
Cole, Dottie 86
Cole, Marijane 219
Collins, John 219
Cole, Linda 51,132
Collins, Kathy 70,209
Collins, Pam 47,209
Compton, Nelle 61,203
Connelly, David 53,209
Cook, Jan 120,152,209
Coombs, John 78
Coomes, Tommy 60
Coons, Darrell 44,45
Cope, Bill 53,219
Corbett, Sherry 203
Corbitt, Ed 45,54,213
Cork, Anna 203
Corley, Charles 219
Cottingham, Dianne 45,204
Cottrell, Robin 86
Couch, Sue 45
Cox, Jennifer 51,53,147,213
Cox, Larry 156
Cox, Marilyn 143
Cramer, J. G. 66
Crawford, Robert 213
Crawford, Steve 160
Crawley, Joy 47,219
Crew, Mary Exa 55
Crews, Richard 54,213
Crim, Amy 219
Crockett, Melissa 76,133,152,219
Cronenberg, John 160
Crowe, Beth 219
Crump, Brenda 64,204
Culver, Joseph 219
Culver, Warren 47
Cumbie, Debbie 61
Cunningham, William 200
Cutcliffe, lames 219
Dailey, Sherra 144
Daniel, Patrick 204
Daniels, Deborah 209
Daniels, Helen 148
Davidson, Elizabeth 47
Davis, Betty 204
Davis, Bruce 159
Davis, David 159
Davis, James 66,200,213
Davis, Karen 204
Davis, Kathy 143
Davis, Mark 219
Davis, Sharon 47,148,219
Davis, Sheila 45,47,213
Davis, Virginia 219
Dawson, Denny 59
Dawson, James 204
Dawson, Ronnie 62,63
Dean, David 219
Dean, Dianne 219
Dearmond, Jerry 66,204
Defoor, Jerry 78
Delaney, Tim 132,160
DeLapp, Jimmy 71
Dennis, Bradley 65,159
Dennis, David 159,213
Dennis, Gary 159,219
Dennis, Rodney 136,159
Denny, David, 155,160
Denson, Mary 213
DeRieux, Debbie 152
DeVan, Betsy 147
DeWitt, Stan 160,209
Diaz, George 91
Dickerson, Stanley 204
Diliberto, Carlo 78
Dilks, Bob 45,129
Dill, Rick 45,47,60,61,209
Dobbins, Virginia 132,147
Dobson, Catherine 209
Donald, Phoebe 143
Donaldson, Carole 56,133,148,213
Donaldson, David 219
Doron, Rebecca 220
Dorriety, Jerry 44
Doster, Sharon 47,78,213
Douglas, Elizabeth 64,65,79,120,125,133
Downs, Allen 156
Downing, Lemoyne 28,148,214
Duck, Nancy 45,47,209
Duke, David 37,65,67,79,120,125,204
Duke, Paul 45,220
Dukes, Teresa 151
Duncan, Mary Bee 147,214
Duncan, Shirley 160
Dunn, Becky 74,126,204
Dutton, Cornelia 220
Duval, Becky 44,58
Duvall, Bob 66
Dykes, David 18,46,120,220
Eaton, Lynn 86,143
East, David 78
Echols, Sheralee 62,220
Edwards, Carol 44,56,5° 67,111,132,143
Elgin, Patricia 64,70,20
Ellis, Kyle 47,151,220
Ellis, Robert 78
Elrod, Janice 47,51,147,214
Endsley, Wade 45,58,148
Epps, James 220
Erwin, Bobby 47
Etheridge, Wayne 66,204
Eubanks, Melinda 133
Eudy, Kathi 144,220
Evans, Carlene 148,220
Evans, Kay 209
Evans, Marilyn 47
Evans, Pamela 47,79
Everidge, Katherine 44
Fadely, Becky 151,220
Faison, Larry 54,204
Farrior, James 200
Faulk, Molly 57,65,79,204
Ferguson, Robert 220
Ferguson, Tom 155,210
Fitzpatrick, Terri 143
Fleming, Lila 214
Flemming, Georgia 132
Floyd, Zipper 136,159
Folmar, Steve 44,59
Fordham, Keith 66
Foreman, Luther 66
Fortenberry, Becky 61
Fowler, Dot 71,210
Bowler, Karen 133,151,220
Francis, Susan 143,220
Fulton, Deborah 45,120,121,122,123,205
Gable, Anita 44
Gaither, Helen 26,144
Gantt, Tina 71,132,144
Garner, Deborah 43,55,214
Garner, Erly 159
Garner, Peck 159
Garrard, David 220
Garrett, Donna 151
Gartman, David 147
Gaskin, Lynn 143
Gates, Susan 144,214
Gay, Larry 47
Gener, Charles 220
Gentle, Sandy 147,220
George, Greg 220
Gester, Tom 155
Gilbert, Kathy 47,220
Gilbreath, Melissa 44
Gilley, Rickey 18
Gilliland, Charles 44
Glaze, Betty 214
Glaze, Joe 67,126,205
Glaze, Van 210
Gloor, Terry 156
Godsey, Rose 60
Godwin, Katrina 132,144
Godwin, Rickey 45,54,214
Goff, Deborah 214
Gold, Terry 220
Golden, Angela 45,67,210
Gonzales, Celeste 47,220
Gooch, Joy 250,74
Goodhue, Nancy 48,64,68,69,126,220
Goodman, Bill 54,71,214
Goodwin, Martha 126
Goodwin, Melba 55,220
Grace, Randall 220
Graves, Tommy 66
Green, Carol 70,205
Green, Joseph 220
Griffin, Betsy 61,221
Griffith, Brenda 61
Grimes, Portia 210
Guest, Sharon 210
Gurley, Ginny 54
Hadder, Gale 205
Hadley, Lelia 41,152,205
Hafner, Robert 200
Haithcock, Hector 156
Hall, Barbara 137,143
Hall, Bruce 221
Hall, Charles 221
Hall, Sam 78
Hamby, Nancy 65,112,143
Hames, Judy 55,221
Hamilton, Rosemary 151,221
Hamlet, Barbara 210
Hamlin, Joyce 61
Hamlin, Pam 45
Hand, Bronwyn 64,205
Hand, Lawrence 59
Hanes, Danny 210
Hankins, Ron 60,205
Hanks, Bob 156
Hannaford, Tom 42,46,59,214
Harden, Shelton 44,59
Harrill, Blair 155
Harris, David 97
Harris, Donovan 54,75,214
Harris, Marlin 54,214
Harris, Mike 44
Harrison, Christy 205
Harrison, Janet 221
Harrison, John 156
Hart, Jim 74,79,155
Hart, Virginia 205
Hartselle, Mary Lynn 76,141,152
Hartsfield, Patricia 47
Hathaway, Terri 132,152,214
Hawkins, Bill 89,159
Hayes, Becky 46,214
Hazelgrove, Lynn 51,57,214
Headley, Alan 47
Headley, Tim 47
Helmbold, Dale 43,214
Helmbold, Martha 43
Henley, Gerene 55,148,210
Henry, Belinda 61,68,69,79
Henson, Charlotte 61
Herbst, Allan 54,205
Herndon, Cindi 221
Herndon, Eleanor 221
Hicks, Ronny 66
Higginbotham, Jerry 205
Hill, Lynette 144,221
Hill, Nancy 148
Hillard, Freida 205
Hillard, Larry 205
Hinkle, Kathy 56,62
Hinton, Deborah 61,205
Hinton, Sherry 55
Hodges, James 205
Hoffman, Susan 143
Holcombe, Jeannie 221
Holden, Suzanne 56,148,214
Holiman, Terry 92,96
Holladay, Joyce 221
Holladay, Jim 27,53,54
Holley, Marilyn 221
Holliday, Mary Joyce 143
Holloway, Dan 53
Holsombech, Daniel 221
Hoppers, Lenora 14b, 221
Horton, Bobby 78
Houchens, Tom 205
Hough, Walter 221
House, Jim 159,214
Howard, Leanna 85
Howard, Martha 65,106,133,143
Howard, Melinda 58,152,214
Howard, Robert 221
Howard, Roger 54,205
Howard, Vicky 221
Howell, Susan 43,214
Howorth, Buddy 54,123
Huddleston, Denise 46
Huett, Susan 151
Huey, Becky 214
Hughes, Richmond 205
Hughey, Joyce 60,61,71,115,214
Hunecke, Gretchen 148,221
Hunt, Bob 47
Hunt, Linda 152,214
Hunter, Martha 221
Hurst, Sue 76,152
Husband, Mac 155
Ingersol, Kathy 61, 221
Ingram, Bob 156
Ivey, Garve 78,159
Jackson, Andrea 57,210
Jackson, Cathy 151
Jackson, David 160
Jackson, Janice 152
Jackson, Jay 44
Jackson, Kay 221
Jackson, Terrell 54,127,210
Jacob, Fred 48
Jarrard, Joy 45,56,148
Jennings, Rebecca 127,144,205
Jernigan, Ralph 44
Jerrell, Stephen 48
Johns, Jackie 221
Johns, Jeff 136
Johnson, Frank 155,221
Johnson, Jeannie 151
Johnson, Jill 147
Johnson, Judith 152,222
Johnson, Lisa 132,222
Johnson, Melinda 214
Johnson, Pattie 152
Johnson, Rick 65,155
Johnson, Teresa 84,85,143
Joiner, Sonny 53,54
Jones, B. C. 155
Jones, Becca 27,44,64,70,71,152
Jones, David 54
Jones, Deborah 144
Jones, Donna 45,58
Jones, Frankie 44,59
Jones, Henry 222
Jones, Martie 47,152,222
Jones, Ralph 210
Jones, Rebecca 55,78,206,215
Jones, Rebecca 148,206
Jones, Richard 59
Jones, Robert 215
Jones, Ronald 222
Jones, Shirley 152
Jordan, Becky 71
Judge, Stephanie 147
Justinger, Brian 210
Keith, Brian 155
Kelly, Joe 99
Kendall, Ron 156
Kendrick, Pam 71
Kennedy, Sharon 222
Kenney, Andrea 47
Kimbrel, Horace 71
Kimmons, Barbara 72
King, Cyndi 28,147,215
King, David 210
King, Lois 48
Kizzire, Thomas 210
Kleeman, Carolyn 206
Knight, Daniel 222
Kornegay, Andreq 76,116,152,215
Kruschwitz, Bob 45
Kuykendall, Kathy 72
Lamar, Law 155
Lambeth, Judy 127,152,206
Lancaster, J. D. 54,68,69,206
Landis, Ouida 222
Landreth, Jim 45,47,54,210
Langford, Dianne 210,255
Langstaff, Kathy 151,222
Lawrence, Joe 47
Lawrence, Paul 54,215
Lawrence, Sandy 44,58,59,215
Lawson, Tom 78,210
Lay, Donna 51,148,215
Lee, Sarah 44
Legg, Joe 66,222
Leslie, Linda 215
Lewis, Mike 66
Lewis, Robyn 143
Lewis, James 222
Limbaugh, Marc 66
Lind, Steve 156
Lipscomb, Carolyn 78,206
Little, Mary 210
Locklin, Monnie 147,222
Long, Randy 92
Love, Gary 66
Lovelady, Milton 128
Lawery,Pam45,76,1 04,1 05,1 20,1 22,1 43,210
Lowery, Tommie 45,47,55,215
Loy, Cecilia 210
Luker, Herb 92,94
Lunceford, Gene 57,79,120,128,156,206
Lynn, James 210
Machen, Ben 78,215
Maddox, Cam 155,159
Maddox, Marsha 222
Marlowe, Melissa 222
Malone, Judy 71
Martin, Dale 151,222
Martin, Danny 37,65,79,82,128
Martin, James 215
Martin, Phil 47,59
Martin, Roger 92
Mason, David 78
Mathews, Elizabeth 48
Matthews, Mark 215
Matsumura, Megumi 27,47
Mayo, Linda 45
McArthur, Sylvia 152
McBrayer, Max, 159
McCain, Tom 78
McCloskey, Pete 54,71,215
McClure, Sherry 116,152,215
McCord, Ken 46
McCoy, Melinda 144
McCoy, Walter 91
McCullough, John 69,136,159
McCullough, Karen 206
McDonald, Cheri 137
McDonald, Steve 155
McGinnis, Mike 66
Mcintosh, Tom 93
McLaughlin, Joan 206
McLaine, Brad 66
McMichen, Mike 51 ,60,61,211
McNeese, George 54
McPherson, Tommy 222
McRae, Mary Katherine 86,151
McRee, John 155
Mease, Susan 48,222
Meeks, Mike 44,222
Mein, Vicki 143
Messersmith, Ruth 61,211
Miles, Charles 78,155
Mileski, Kathy 4,147,206
Miller, Carl 215
Miller, Eddie 144
Miller, Jamie 56,57,70,72,147,211
Miller, Lillian 215
Miller, Randy 222
Minpr, Rod 66,120
Mintz, Ann 64,79,206
Misseldine, Elizabeth 47
Mitchell, Otha 92
Mitchell, Sharon 46,222
Molay, Donna 222
Molay, Marietta 215
Montgomery, George 54,78
Moody, James 48,223
Mooney, Arnold 51,57,65,68,75,76,84,85
Moore, Dianna 61,206
Moore, Douglas 223
Moore, Glenn 206
Morgan, Randy 92,96,156
Morrow, Gordon 62
Moss, Ronny 54
Motley, Carol 206
Mullinax, Nancy 143
Murphree, Steve 159
Murphy, Allen 65,66,67
Murphy, David 223
Murphy, Mike 65,75,84,132,133,155,211
Murphy, William 211
Murray, Junior 66
Murray, Richard 44,59,215
Murray, Susan 223
Neale, Mary 206
Nagem, Hank 156
NeSmith, Nancy 26,57,70,72,75,1 36,147,211
Newman, Cliff 223
Nichols, Patsy 151
Nicholson, Pam 152,215
Nipper, Jimmy 90,91
Noel, David 45,59,215
Nola, Paul 156
Nolen, Mary 47,56,61,70,211
Nordlinger, Lisa 18
Norman, Bob 156
Norman, Susan 47,223
Northcutt, Debbie 132
Northcutt, Michael 215
Northsworthy, Lenore 65,84
Nunnally, Dawn 78
Odom, Barbara 47
Odom, Corky 223
Odom, Tommy 156
Okin, Janet 43,45,56,57,144
Olden, Marie 143
O'Mary, Judy 51,61,223
O'Neal, Sherilyn 215
O'Neal, Tim 45
Orr, Ava 223
Ousley, Debbie 44
Ousley, Rick 66,215
Overton, Pam 47
Overton, Skip 45
Owen, Stan 47
Owens, Cathy 151
Owens, Charlie 97,98,99,160
Owens, Don 156
Palmer, Joy 206
Panjic, Lucy 45
Parham, Jacquelyn 132,148,215
Parker, Donna 223
Parker, Gary 41,54
Parker, Jim 48,51,215
Parker, Steve 89
Parkman, Henry 215
Parsons, Vickie 45
Pate, Ronald 223
Patterson, David 78
Patton, Susan 55,216
Paulk, Signa 132,133,137,144
Payne, Scott 76
Pears, Gary 65,97,156
Penna, Jim 92,94
Perry, John 66,223
Perry, Mike 211
Perry, Pam 152,223
Pervis, Pat 133,144
Peterson, Miller 62
Phillips, Joel 47
Phillips, Paul 160,211
Phipps, Kathy 47
Pierce, Sandra 45
Pippin, Ruth 48,144,223
Pittman, Alice 211
Pope, Wyatt 53,159
Porch, Sandra 151,216
Poss, Karen 148
Potts, David 44
Potts, Libby 152
Powell, Debbie 152,211
Powell, Joseph 211
Powell, Karen 144
Preston, Frank 27,47,48,54,216
Price, Denise 216
Price, Fan 44,58,75
Price, Greg 156
Price, Tera 223
Prince, Jane 151
Proctor, Jane 147,211
Purcell, David 59
Putnam, Jim 160
Pryor, Emily 44,151,223
Quattlebaum, Ken 160
Quinn, Bob 156
Ragsdale, Turner 160
Rainwater, Edward 223
Ramagli, Lou 54,84,211
Randall, Wayne 156
Rawls, Claudia 117,144
Ray, Jack 47
Ray, Regina 58
Ray, Rosalyn 55,211
Reaves, Melynda 41,56,71,207
Reed, Mark 65,151,156,211
Reed, Ruth 223
Reed, Stretch 54,211
Reese, Elizabeth 47,223
Reeves, Richard 47
Regapoulos, Connie 96,152
Reid, Cecil 223
Reynolds, Bobby 160
Rhoads, Mike 66,223
Richardson, Jack 223
Richardson, Sandra 207
Riddle, Bill 71,156
Riddle, Dale 211
Riddle, Gilda 211
Riddle, Jane 207
Rittenhouse, Jo Ann 44
Rittenhouse, Nancy 44
Rivers, Cheryl 207
Robbins, Gary 62,223
Roberts, John 66
Roberts, Mike 54
Roberts, Ron 45,59,211
Robertson, Jack 54,211
Robertson, Randy 59
Robinson, Judy 18,132,224
Robinson, Wade 159
Robinson, Wanda 114
Roddam, Melanie 151
Roden, Debbie 144
Roden, Kathy 61
Rodgers, Anna 144
Rodgers, Becky 67,76,132,152,216
Roe, Brenda 107,132,151
Rogers, Carol 224
Rogers, Suzanne 44,224
Roling, Keith 136,224
Rooks, Mike 216
Rose, Dixie 44,59
Ross, Billy 224
Rowden, Robin 65,84,140,144,160
Roy, Debbie Harrison 64,79,127
Rudder, Jan 152
Russell, Anne 41,143,224
Russel, Barbara 151
Sahm, Charles 207
Sanders, Susan 143,224
Sanderson, Craig 54,207
Sanderson, Ray 43
Sanford, Roy 66,211
Sartain, Ronnie 207
Schmidt, Steve 62,63
Schneider, Tova 72,207
Schramm, Peggy 62,211
Schulte, Grace 68,69,207
Scottt, Bob 224
Scott, Ron 155
Scruggs, Lee 224
Scurlock, Patsy 212
Seale, Benny 207
Segrest, Sheri 44,59,65,75,76
Sessions, Moultrie 159
Shackelford, Gayle56,57,65,84,1 18,1 32,144,
Shaeffer, Vickie 47,133,151
Shank, Gary 132,159
Shank, Jenny 56,144
Sharp, Rodney 160
Shaw, Gary 207
Shearin, George 92
Shears, Denice 207
Sheffield, Stephen 216
Shell, Stephen 79,207
Sheppard, Susan 133,148,224
Sherrill, Pam 51,53,216
Shirley, Ellen 45,47,58,148,216
Sievers, Charles 48
Sikes, David 207
Simmons, Howell 47
Simmons, John 57,62,216
Sims, Amy 224
Sims, Barbara 224
Sims, Stuart 160
Singleton, Bonnie 224
Singleton, Craig 44,66
Sirles, Susie 57,65,151,212
Sizemore, Joe 207
Skelton, Dale 71
Smalley, Dan 78
Smallwood, Danny 224
Smith, Becky 148
Smith, Chip 66
Smith, Dick 155
Smith, Karen 152,224
Smith, Kathy 64
Smith, Linda 224
Smith, Mark 132,155
Smith, Marsha 72,216
Smith, Mike 78
Smith, Patricia 224
Smith, Roger 47,59
Smith, Sandy 147,224
Smith, Sharon 61
Smith, Shirley 207
Smith, Shawn 155
Smith, Tweetie 47
Snead, Sinda 224
Snelling, Bill 59
Solomon, Pam 144,216
Solomon, Kathryn 71,224
Sorrick, Debbie 71,147
Sowell, Gwynne 64,128,207
Sowell, Marcia 144,216
Spain, Suzanne 45,71
Sparks, Linda Kay 113,129,239
Sparks, Mike 59
Speaker, Allen 132
Speights, Georgia 224
Spencer, Janie 137,144
Sprayberry, Jesse E. 69,208
Spruiell, Darlene 212
Stark, Bill 159,224
Starr, Karen 152,216
Stephens, Bruce 47
Stephens, Jim 78,132
Stephenson, Becky 44,56
Stephenson, Beth 37,129,208
Stevens, Jim 159
Stevenson, Hiram 155
Stewart, Chancey 59
Stewart, Linda 62,63,212
Still, Nancy 43,216
Stoker, Tom 46
Stokes, Mark 45,66
Stone, Becky 148
Stone, George 66
Storey, Danny 47
Street, Kathy 143
Strickland, Billy 47,224
Stringfellow, Cindy 151
Suddath, David 216
Sullivan, Howard 224
Susina, Jon 48,224
Sutley, Beverly 44,64,208
Sutton, Mike 66,82
Swiney, John 72
Swindle, Bud 66
Swisher, John 78,224
Tanner, Dortha 208
Taylor, Connie 44,58
Taylor, Diane 56
Taylor, Dick 88
Taylor, Earl 37,60,78,79
Taylor, Lynn 51,132,133,147,216
Taylor, Pamela 212
Taylor, Sharon 71,148,216
Teel, Pam 224
Terry, James 212
Terry, Jon 71,132,156,217
Thetford, Danny 155,224
Thomas, Elgin 27,217
Thomas, Fran 18
Thomas , Jerry 78
Thomas, Kathleen 224
Thomas, Nancy 224
Thomas, Susie 44,152,225
Thompson, Ellen 61,212
Thompson, Jan 44
Thompson, Ralph 92
Thurmer, Lois 86,144
Tillman, Edwin 208
Tingle, Randy 47,217
Tingle, Terry 42
Todd, Samuel 217
Toothaker, James 212
Towers, Betsy 41
Tucker, Ann M. 57,148,217
Tucker, Anne F. 217
Turner, Beverly 225
Turney, Ken 60
Tutwiler, Mary Loy 86
Tyler, Phil 132,156
Uhrig, Raymond 225
Underwood, Susan 55,56,217
Upton, Tim 156
Vacca, Teresa 71,217
Vann, Joy 44,118
Van Orman, Jack 60
Van Orman, John 225
Vaughn, Allan 54,59
Vaughn, Barry 78,159
Vaughn, Mary 212
Venable, Charles 225
Vernon, Richard 225
Vess, John 59
Vickery, Christina 217
Vines, Carol 44,1 18
Voelzke, Hans 21 2
Voelzke, Joy 208
Voight, Valerie 225
Wade, Grady 66,217
Wade, James 47,54,67
Wade, Susan 217
Wagner, Janet 148
Walker, Mike 92
Walker, Patricia 208
Walker, Tom 159,217
Walter, Al 95
Walton, Douglas 2 17
Wanninger, Susan 1 32,148
Warren, Beverly 47,148,2 25
Warren, Beverly 47,148,225
Watson, Bill 78,208
Weaver, Anne 129,151
Weaver, Barbara 47
Weaver, Patti 144,225
Weber, Nettie 46
Weeks, Doug 29,45,47,54,59,217
Wellbaum, Alan 54
Wentworth, Pam 57,119,132,148
Westberg, Barbara 225
Wheeler, Paul 67
Whirley, Branda 225
White, Andy 47,156
White, Dan 79
White, George 28,41
White, Kathy 47,152,225
White, Mary 212
White, Ka Sally 64
White, Phoebe 44
Whiteside, David 68,69
Whitlock, Susan 56,57,71,148
Whitt, Carol 217
Whorton, Becky 56,62,83,148,217
Wiggins, Steve 54,208
Wilder, Marsha 212
Wilder, Tom 47
Wilkes, Mary Nell 43,56,117,148,217
Williams, Amy 143
Williams, Carol 143
Williams, Hank 46
Williams, Horace 217
Williams, Lynne 225
Williams, Mitch 66
Williams, Pat 55
Williams, Randall 49
Williamson, David 62,63
Williamson, Jody 208
Williamson, Laymon 92,95
Willingham, Jimmy 54
Willoughby, Barton 208
Wilson, Barbara 225
Wilson, Beth 41
Wilson, Carol 143
Wilson, David 66
Wilson, Jan 143
Wilson, Jane 143,225
Wilson, Jill 147
Wilson, Paul 225
Winchester, David 160
Winslett, Don 159
Withers, Jane 44
Wood, Claude 97
Wood, Darryl 65,66
Wood, Ellen 64,79,148,208
Wood, Melba 212
Wood, Rish 79,208
Woodruff, Perry 156
Woods, Sydney 225
Woody, Kay 143
Woolley, Alana 225
Wren, Shirley 43,152,217
Wright, Becky 225
Wright, Dianne 47,225
Wright, Tim 60
Wyatt, Cathy 47,58,152
Yarborough, Darlene 41,217
Yeargan, James 225
Young, Glory 152
Youngblood, Bill 155
Youngstrom, Sue 55,217
then there's me!! e£m»
The Involvement, Interest, Intelligence, Irony, and In-
dividualism of every person whose face appears in our
book has changed Samford and thus its history in some
way. The traditions, agonies, joys, hopes of the past year
have patterned our lives. We, the students, with a dy-
namic outlook on Living, have changed Samford. With
each passing year, we, and it, have become better and
more mellow to life.
To Mrs. Sandra Bearden, who not only supported the
Entre Nous, but also contributed many hours of work,
study, and worry to the book, I send my deepest appre-
ciation. As faculty advisor to the Entre Nous, she was
one of the greatest contributors to its publication.
Puzzlement, a spark of understanding, discovery. Isn't
that what iLife is all about?
Janice Elrod, Editor
197t - 1972
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