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LANTERN 1978 




Lambuth College 
Jackson. Tennessee 



Volume 50 









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CONTENTS 

Campus Life 14 

Greeks 58 

Organizations 78 

Academics 104 

Sports 146 

Classes 174 

Advertisements 206 





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Today we face many problems 
resulting from our advanced technol- 
ogy of the modern age. Our knowledge 
supplies us with all the creature com- 
forts for "the good life," yet at the same 
time we are beset with troubles. 

Mankind solves the mystery of an 
atom's makeup, but fails to find a safe 
disposal for its wasteproducts. Some 
people complain of being too well-fed 
while others nightly go to bed hungry. 
We cry that we are overcrowded, 
under-loved, upbraided, and down- 
trodden. Our fast-paced living brings 
no answers to such problems as pollu- 
tion, energy shortages, and ballooning 
population. 





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But can the answers be found through the modes and standards by which our soci- 
ety exists today? 

Perhaps we should slow down our hectic pace so that we can more closely examine 
our present needs. This examination may provide some insight into these needs, and 
in addition, may provide some possible solutions. It may be that giving up some of 
the "blessings" of modern technology for a simpler lifestyle would not be such a 
great sacrifice. 





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Studies show that many civilizations 
failed, in part, because their technology 
advanced beyond their capabilities of 
controlling it. We should learn from 
their mistakes. 




Beauty lies around us in the face of a 
child, in the bloom of a flower, in the 
surprise of a gift. The happiness we 
remember best comes from the small 
and simple things in life. 




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Spring Theatre Produces Drama and 

Comedy 



Both the serious and the humorous 

facets of the theatre were demonstrated 

in this year's spring productions by the 

Lambuth Theatre. In March the drama 

"Exit the King," written by Ionesco, 

was presented under Mr. Newton 

Neely's direction. 

To close the season, Mary Chase's 

"Harvey" played to full audiences for 

its five night run. The antics of senior 

Will Wells in the lead role of Elwood P. 

Dowd and those of his imaginary 

friend gave a cheery note to the end of 

the semester. 



Above right: Elwood P. Dowd (Will Wells) 

receives a strange telegram in "Harvey." 

Right: Sara Utterback angers Billy Evans in 

"Exit the King." 

Middle top: Craig Clay and Karen Hagerman 

attempt to calm Teressa Bnley in "Harvey." 

Middle: The King, Billy Evans, in a dramatic 

moment. 

Middle bottom: Will Wells and Pam Wilson get 

acquainted in "Harvey." 

Far right top: The cast of "Exit the King." 

Far right bottom: Parker Dinwiddie, Mark 

Webber and Mary Cay Alexander can't quite 

figure out Will Wells' friend Harvey. 




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Cecile Wade Wins 
Pageant Crown 





Top right: Miss Lambuth of 1976, Melinda Gilliland, crowns Miss Lambuth of 1977. Cecile Wade. 

Above: Miss Lambuth Court, 1977 — Sally Locke, third maid; Sarah Burnette, first maid; Cecile Wade. 

Miss Lambuth; Donna Darden, second maid; Betsy Clayton, fourth maid. 

Right: Mrs Doris Freeman entertains the audience in her own special way. 




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"Three Cheers for Broadway" was 
the theme of the annual Miss Lambuth 
Pageant, held on February 26, 1977, at 
Tigrett Junior High. Mrs. Doris 
Freeman of WJAK radio served as 
Mistress of Ceremonies for the event. 
Special entertainment featured Bill 
Walker and Adriane Lenox. 

The contestants participated in three 
categories for the judges and the 
audience — swimsuit, formal, and 
talent. As always, the talents which 
were displayed covered a wide range of 
entertainment, from dramatic 
monologue to singing. 

Following the traditional "last walk" 
of Miss Lambuth for 1976, Melinda 
Gilliland, Cecile Wade of Trenton was 
chosen for the 1977 honor. Her court 
included Sarah Burnette, Donna 
Darden, Sally Locke, and Betsy 
Clayton. 




Top: Melinda Gilliland. 1976 Miss Lambuth. 

walks down the ramp. 

Middle left: Senior Class contestant Mina Payne 

sings for the talent competition. 

Middle right: Miss Lambuth 1976, Melinda 

Gilliland, sings while the judges reach a decision. 

Left: Sarah Burnette receives first maid honors. 



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Below left: Donna Darden. second maid. Below right: Sally Locke, third maid. Bottom left: Betsy Clayton, 
fourth maid. Bottom right: Sarah Burnette. first maid. 



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Miss Lambuth College and Court 




Sixteen girls representing fraternities, 
sororities, classes, dorms, and 
organizations participated in the Miss 
Lambuth Pageant. Out of these sixteen 
contestants, five were chosen for the 
Miss Lambuth Court. 

Cecile Wade, representing Sigma 
Kappa, won this much-coveted award. 
An interior design major, Cecile sang 
"Let's Hear It for Me" in the talent 
competition. 

Chemistry major Sarah Burnette, 
representing Sigma Phi Epsilon, was 
selected first maid. She sang 
"Evergreen" for her talent display. 

Donna Darden placed second in the 
pageant. Representing Kappa Alpha, 
the elementary education major played 
the piano in talent competition. 

Third maid honors went to Sally 
Locke, an interior design major, 
representing Alpha Omicron Pi. She 
also sang in the talent competition, 
presenting "Corner of the Sky." 

Another interior design major, Betsy 
Clayton, completed the Miss Lambuth 
Court. She displayed her musical talent 
on the piano with "Liebestraum." 
Betsy represented the Junior Class. 



ecile Wade. 1977 Miss Lambuth 



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Right: Mr. Richard Brown introduces jazzman 

Woody Herman to Lambuth. 

Below: Lambuth students Chris Fox, Jim 

Kurkimilis, Wayne Warren, and Adriane Lenox 

perform at the Fine Arts Banquet. 





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Spring 
Activities 



Spring activities flourished as the 
days grew warmer. Friends gathered 
beneath the trees to study when the 
springtime began to make its presence 
known, 

One highlight of the spring semester 
was the appearance of jazz great 
Woody Herman, an outstanding 
performer for many years. In addition, 
banquets honoring students for athletic 
and fine arts achievements lent a 
festive mood to the end of the spring 
term. 

Also, philanthropic efforts were 
evidenced in the campus-wide blood 
drive sponsored jointly by the Student 
Government Association and the 
Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society. 



Top: Jerry Gorden gives "the gift of life" in the 

spring blood drive. 

Left: Visiting under the trees with a four-legged 

friend breaks the monotony of studying in the 

spring. 

Below: Local radio personality Tom Mapes of 

WJAK talks with Coach Williams following the 

Athletic Banquet. 




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Mr. Larry Ray Earns 




At the Honors Day Convocation last spring, deserving students were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the life 
of Lambuth College in academics, athletics, and extra-curricular activities. Awards varied from simple thank-yous to trophies. 

Among the awards presented at the May 1 1, 1977, Honors Day Convocation was a new award sponsored by the SGA and voted 
on by the entire student body, Outstanding Educator Award. The first award was given to Mr. Larry Ray, Associate Professor of 
Art and Interior Design. 



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First Educator Award 




Opposite page: (Seated, left to right) Peaches Parson, AOPi English Award and AOPi Scholarship; Mary Watlington, Phi Mu Alumnae Outstanding Greek Woman 
Award; Randy Pressgrove, Eagle History Award. Oxley Scholarship; Linda Doss, Speech and Drama Award; Bill Anderson, Alpha Xi Delta Outstanding Junior 
Award. (Standing) Mr. Larry Ray, SGA Outstanding Educator Award; Jerry Wilson and Ricky Pinkston. Holt Ministerial Award; Steve Daniels. Academic Mar- 
shal; Hamblette Cocke and Vincent Harvell, Sportsmanship Award. 

Above: (Sealed, left to right) Kathy Walker, Mills Elementary Education Award: Ronnie Fullwood. ACS Award; Linda Henry. Billings Sophomore Award: Kathy 
Gibeault, Sportsmanship Award; Tim Goldsmith, IFC Scholarship Award (for KA); Sandra Williamson, Freshman Mathematics Award. (Standing) Ann Childs, 
Moffatt Business Administration Award; Steve Anderson, Gobbel Freshman Citizenship Award; Russ Moore. Sig Ep Fine Arts Achievement Award; Diane 
Pulliam, Freshman Mathematics Award; Lorena Davis, Academic Marshal; Lynn McAllister, Panhellenic Scholarship Award (for AOPi); and Mark Lewis, Gen- 
eral Chemistry Award. 



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Senior-Faculty Roast 
Highlights Pre-Graduation 

Activities 




Pre-graduation activities for the class 
of 1977 included a brunch and "roast" 
of both seniors and faculty. The annual 
brunch, heH on Saturday morning. 
May 21, featured Mr. Larry Ray, Asso- 
ciate Professor of \rt and Interior 
Design, and Mrs. Susai, Hudacek, 
Instructor of English, roasti. 'he sen- 
iors. Parker Dinwiddie, Memphis, and 
Brenda Pearce, Paducah, KY took the 
honors of reciprocal roasting of the fac- 
ulty. 



Above, right: Parker Dinwiddie and Brenda 
Pearce enjoy roasting faculty members. 
Right: Seniors laugh at themselves and the fac- 
ulty at the senior brunch. 

Below: Mary Watlington. Jackson, recipient of 
the AOPi service award, chats with Mrs. 
Watlinaton and Mrs. Carlton. 





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Members 
of the Classes 
of '27 and '77 
Receive Honors 



Special recognition was given several 
persons at commencement. 
Baccalaureate speaker Rev. Ben 
Cooper Alexander, Hendersonville, 
along with Rev. Edward Lee Crump, 
Jr., Paris, and Rev. William M. 
Vaughn, Jr., Lexington, received the 
honorary Doctor of Divinity degree 
from the college. Another special 
presentation was made to three 
members of the graduating class of 
1927. Miss Anna Warden of Jackson, 
MS, and Miss Lois Lamon and Mrs. 
Elma Womack Hicks of Jackson, TN, 
received 50th anniversary bronze 
medallions. 

Senior awards went to Randy 
Pressgrove, Memphis, Mary 
Watlington, Jackson, and Mary Cay 
Alexander, Hendersonville. Randy 
received the Sigma Kappa Scholarship 
Award for his 4.0 grade point average 
for 128 hours of academic work. Mary 
was awarded the Alpha Omicron Pi 
Outstanding Service Award for her 
service to the college. Mary Cay was 
given the R. E. Womack Outstanding 
Senior Award for her loyalty to the 
school. Also, Peaches Parson, Earle 
AK, was named to represent the Class 
of 1977 on the Board of Trustees. 

Finally, a very special recognition 
went to Nita Parham, Memphis, who 
had the distinction of graduating with 
both the B.S. and B.A. degrees, cum 
laude. 



Top: Dr. Wilder presents medallions to 1927 class 

members. 

Middle: Randy Pressgrove. recipient of Sigma 

Kappa Scholarship Award. 

Far left: Nita Parham. recipient of B.S. and B.A. 

degrees. 

Left: Dr. F. Thomas Trotter, commencement 

speaker. 



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Outdoor Setting Enhances 
Graduation 



In a beautiful outdoor setting on the afternoon of Sunday, May 22, 1977, 188 grad- 
uates received those all-important recognitions of their academic accomplishment, 
their degrees. Families and friends of the graduates, after a morning filled with the 
baccalaureate service in the chapel and a reception honoring the graduates, gathered 
on the quadrangle to view the presentation of diplomas. Commencement speaker Dr. 
F. Thomas Trotter, General Secretary of the Board of Higher Education and Minis- 
try of the United Methodist Church, addressed the graduates and audience of over 
2,000 persons on "Freedom and Learning." 





Top: A solemn Jimmy Williams stands in line. 

Above: Sue Henley. Senior Class Vice-President, 

and Parker Dinwiddie. Senior Class President. 

symbolically close the 1977 school year by 

lowering and folding the flag. 

Right: Graduates wait for commencement to 

begin. 



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Above, left: Ginger Fralich embraces fellow 

graduate. 

Above: Graduates pause before receiving their 

diplomas. 

Left: The Memorial Chapel serves as background 

for commencement exercises. 



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At the dance for new students. Dr. Wilder "gets 
into the action" with daughter Shannon. 





Above: 1977 Orientation Counselors (left to right) Rush Jeffrey, Tripp Cocke, Tim Goldsmith, Ricky Snellgrove, Nancy Miller, Mary Leslie Dawson, Caye Cren- 
shaw, Kathe Smith, Carla Gilliland, Brent Patterson, Bill Anderson, Dean Wood Whetstone. Kathryn Blankenship, Teressa Briley. Kim Blurton. Linda Loftin, 
Linda Henry, Eartha Grimes, Susan Bland, Pat May, Steve Anderson, Dawn Phillips, Kristie Sears, Don DuBose. Mark Brown, Sally Jo Carl, and Phil Syk.es. 



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Dance 

Highlights 

Orientation 



Opening the 1977 fall term. 
Freshman Orientation, a three-day 
period to acquaint freshmen and 
transfer students with the life of 
Lambuth College, provided new 
students the chance to meet professors 
and each other before beginning the 
academic year. The students were 
aided in this process by upperclass 
counselors who answered questions, 
gave directions, and explained the 
mysteries of registration. Both the 
counselors and the faculty met in pre- 
school sessions to plan the orientation 
weekend. 

Activities during the weekend 
included a tour of the campus and its 
facilities, a reception and dance, 
reading tests, and a picnic in Dr. 
Wilder's backyard. A highlight of the 
Saturday night dance was seeing the 
President dance with his daughter. 
Shannon, an incoming freshman. 



Above: Dr. Beasley leads a discussion on 
orientation procedures. 

Left: Dr. Huneycutt greets a new student at the 
reception on Saturday night. 



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Top: Parth\ Hawkes (Angle Bouchard) disrupts 

Magnolia's (Sue Hauek) wedding b\ telling 

Captain Hawkes (Bill Roberts) that Revenal 

(Tom Hayes) has killed a man. 

Above: Julie (Cecile Wade) rehearses her song in 

the nightclub. 

Above right: Ellie (Grace Elizer) tells the 

■"Mincing Misses** about '"Life Upon the Wicked 

Stage." 

Rig/it: Magnolia receives word from Revenal that 

he has left her and sent mone\ to provide for 

their daughter. 




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Musical Opens 1978 Season 




"Showboat," the lavish Broadway 
musical by Jerome Kern and Oscar 
Hammerstein, opened the Lambuth 
Theatre productions for the 1978 
school year. Featuring both Lambuth 
students and Jackson residents, 
"Showboat" played to sell-out crowds. 

Directing the musical was Mr. Jesse 
Byrum. Mr. Newton Neely served as 
technical director, and Mr. Richard 
Brown directed the orchestra for the 
production. 

The show opened its week-long run 
with a benefit performance for the 
Arthritis Foundation. 



Above, left: Captain Hawkes (Bill Roberts) urges 

Revenal (Tom Hayes) to put more feeling into his 

actions for the play. 

Far left: A scene from "Tempest and Sunshine." 

the play on the Showboat. 

Left: Revenal tells his daughter Kim (Kate 

Hammond) that she will stay with her mother. 



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Fall Activities Varied 



Fall semester found students participating in many activities on campus. Greek 
life was kept active with Rush parties and All Sing practices. Sigma Kapers gave all 
students a chance to compete in various contests in the late fall. Intramural games 
also allowed students to enjoy the pleasant fall weather. 

In addition, the Campus Congregation opened its new Activities Center in the 
middle of the semester. As always, occasional dances proved to be a good break in 
the monotony of weekend study. 



Top right: Leafless branches frame the Memorial Chapel. 

Right: Tim Goldsmith runs the ball down for a KA victory. 

Below: Campus Congregation members David Bartlett and Julie Rybolt help clean up the "RAC." 

Bottom: The "Harvest Hoot" featured college students' favorite attire — blue jeans. 







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FOCUS Initiates Search 



Following a theme of "Search for Identity," this year's FOCUS provided both 
faculty and students an opportunity to initiate a personal search for self. Speakers 
James Wooten, New York Times correspondent, and Howard Martin, Associate 
Professor of Voice and Speech at the University of Iowa, spoke in special programs 
and in several classes on the topics of "The Search for Identity in the Political 
World" and "The Search for Christian Identity in the Arts." A worship service 
featuring "The Search for Personal Identity" allowed students to express their own 
searches through different mediums such as music and mime. 

The three-day event, November 1-3, was jointly sponsored by the Campus 
Congregation, the Special Events Committee, and the SGA. 





Top: Dr. Brady Whitehead and Mr. Howard Martin. Above: Mr. James Wooten chats with Caye 

Crenshaw and Dr. Charles Mayo. 

Above right: Finding himself through music is Paul Mulroy. 



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In the Summer of 1977, Jimmy Hin- 
son, a Lambuth student, was seriously 
injured in a boating accident which left 
him paralyzed from the waist down. 
After learning of Jimmy's plight, Lam- 
buth College students began sponsor- 
ing various activities to raise money for 
the Jimmy Hinson Fund. 

One of the most successful projects 
was the Haunted Mansion sponsored 
by the Sophomore Class the last week 
in October. The sophomores, led by 
their president Paul Mullikin, enlisted 
the aid of other students in converting 
an old house on Burkett Street into a 
ghoulish abode and then in peopling it 
with goblins, werewolves, and other 
assorted spooks. Drawing support from 
a wide spectrum of individuals and 
Jackson businesses, the haunted house 
project collected over $1,000 for the 
Hinson Fund. 



Right: Ricky Snellgrove adjusts one of the many 
animals in the Haunted Mansion. 
Below: A macabre feast was featured in the 
Haunted Mansion. 



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r op left: Paul Mullikin prepares two visitors for the horrors that await them. 
r op right: A "deceased" Bridgett Treadway is guarded by Bill Bliven. 
Ihove: Some people seemed to enjoy the spooks and were not frightened. 



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Sponsored by the SGA, the fourth 

annual Parents' Weekend, held 

November 12-13, was the most 

successful ever with over 300 people 

participating. Designed to acquaint the 

parents of Lambuth students with 

college life, the weekend started with 

morning registration and a coffee for 

parents and faculty. 

Afternoon activities included talent 

shows, musical performances, and 

open houses. A banquet honoring 

students and their parents, followed by 

the Greek All-Sing, climaxed the day's 

events. Closing the weekend was the 

regular Sunday morning worship 





Top: SGA officers aid in registration. 

Above: Parents enjoy the open house. 

Right: Keith Phelps entertains at the Saturday morning coffee. 




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Parents 
Experience 
College 
Life 




Top /eft: Participating as a parent himself in the 

activities. Dr. Wilder speaks at the Saturday 

evening banquet. 

Left: Parents enjoy the food and entertainment at 

the banquet. 

Above: Ray Tresler provides entertainment 

following the banquet. 



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Dr. Bates Addresses Who's Who Honorees 



On October 26, 1977, twenty seniors 
were named to Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and 
Colleges. These selections were made 
on the basis of character, scholarship, 
leadership and promise of future use- 
fulness. 

Dr. Rodger Bates, Chairman of the 
Lambuth College Sociology Depart- 
ment, spoke to the students, their par- 
ents, friends, and faculty members at 
the convocation in the Memorial 
Chapel. Following the 10 o'clock serv- 
ice, the seniors and their families 
attended a luncheon hosted by Presi- 
dent and Mrs. Wilder in the Colonial 
Room. 



President of the Sociology Club, 
BILL ANDERSON served on several 
committees, including Library, Miss 
Lambuth, Board of Trustees, and Stu- 
dent Affairs, and was Chairperson of 
the Sensitivity Committee. In addition. 
Bill was a member of Kappa Alpha 
Order and served as that fraternity's 
Chairman of Projects and delegate to 
the National Leadership Institute. He 
also served as both Senator and Vice- 
President of SGA. Bill was the recipi- 
ent of the Outstanding Junior Award. 



Involved in the Greek life on cam- 
pus, KAREN CHANDLER has been a 
member of Phi Mu sorority serving as 
its Scholarship Chairman and Record- 
ing Secretary. She has also been active 
in Sigma Phi Epsilon Golden Hearts. A 
biology major, Karen has also been a 
member of Omicron Phi Tau, the 
American Chemical Society, and Presi- 
dent and Treasurer of Gamma Beta 
Phi. 




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Active with WLAM Radio, STEVE 
DANIELS worked as a program direc- 
tor and disc jockey. He has been a 
member of the Visitation Committee, 
Omicron Phi Tau, the Golf Team, and 
was Chairperson of the Sensitivity 
Committee. Recipient of a Hyde Schol- 
arship, he had a marketing paper 
adopted for use by the National Trust 
Life Insurance Company of Memphis. 
As a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Steve held the offices of Controller, 
Senior Marshall, and Grand Chapter 
Delegate. 




TIM GOLDSMITH served as Presi- 
dent and Vice-President of Kappa 
Alpha Order. He was also President of 
his Sophomore Class and Secretary of 
the West Hall Council. In addition, 
Tim held membership in several com- 
mittees including Student Affairs, 
Long-Range Planning, Miss Lambuth, 
and Entertainment. 



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Besides being a member of the 
American Home Economics Associa- 
tion, SUE GRIFFIN was elected as the 
first Vice-Chairperson of the Tennessee 
Home Economics Association. Locally, 
she has served the Home Economics 
Club as President, Vice-President, and 
Treasurer. In addition, she has served 
as Secretary of the SGA and as the stu- 
dent member of the Cooperative Edu- 
cation Board. She also has been a 
member of Omicron Phi Tau and has 
served on numerous committees 
including Miss Lambuth, Library, 
Food, Awards, Health Services, Par- 
ents' Weekend, and Trustees Commit- 
tees. 




Serving as President of the Student 
Government Association in her senior 
year, SUSAN HAYES has also served 
the SGA as a senator and as a dorm 
counselor. Besides holding membership 
in Gamma Beta Phi and Omicron Phi 
Tau, she has served as Secretary of Phi 
Alpha Theta and as Vice-President of 
Lambda Iota Tau. As a member of 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Susan served as 
Pledge President, Corresponding Sec- 
retary, and All-Sing Director. 




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Who's Who 



Serving as President of his Junior 
Class, RUSH JEFFREY also was a 
member of the Campus Congregation. 
He was an active member of the Kappa 
Alpha Order, serving as No. V. A psy- 
chology major, Rush held membership 
in Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society. 




LYNN McALISTER was President, 
Philanthropic Chairman, and Corre- 
sponding Secretary of Alpha Omicron 
Pi. She has also been a Kappa Alpha 
Rose, Secretary of her Freshman and 
Senior classes, and Secretary of Com- 
munications for SGA. Lynn was a 
member of Gamma Beta Phi, the 
Orientation Committe, and the KA 
Sweethearts' Club. 






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Who's Who 



Interested in music, MARK MED- 
LIN sang with the Touring Choir and 
Kaleidoscope and has been the Chapel 
Organist. In addition, Mark has been 
Editor of the Coffeehouse Papers and 
has worked on the Vision staff. He has 
been a member of the Lambuth Thea- 
tre, Campus Congregation Council, 
Student Affairs, Orientation, and Spe- 
cial Events Committees, and was Presi- 
dent of Lambda Iota Tau. 




A math and English major, KIM 
MERCER was a Treasurer of Sigma 
Kappa Sorority and a Sig Ep Golden 
Heart. She has also served as Secretary 
of Phi Alpha Theta and was a member 
of the Student Academic Affairs Com- 
mittee, Omicron Phi Tau, Gamma Beta 
Phi, and Lambda Iota Tau. 





NANCY MILLER was an involved 
member of the Campus Congregation, 
serving as a Council member, Council 
Chairperson, and member of the 
FOCUS Committee. She has served as 
a Senator, Junior Class Justice, and 
Secretary of Academic Affairs for 
SGA. In addition, Nancy has held 
membership in the Student Affairs 
Committee, Lambda Iota Tau, Gamma 
Beta Phi, Board of Trustees Student 
Committee, and has served as Herald 
of Omicron Phi Tau. Further, she was a 
recipient of a Hyde Scholarship and 
the Gooch Scholarship. Nancy has also 
been a Sigma Kappa active, holding 
the offices of Vice-President and Pan- 
hellenic Secretary. 




An active participant in music, 
JANET PHELPS has been a member 
of the Touring Choir and the Touring 
Band. She has served Alpha Omicron 
Pi Sorority as Philanthropic Chairman 
and Chapter Relations Chairman. 
Janet has also served as Editor of the 
Vision and has held membership in 
Lambda Iota Tau, Gamma Beta Phi, 
and Omicron Phi Tau. In addition, 
Janet has served on the Interim and 
Visitation Committees, and as SGA 
Secretary of Academic Affairs. She 
held the positions of Sprague Hall 
Dorm President and Dorm Counselor. 



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Who's Who 



Besides being an active member of the Black Student Union, RODNEY PRICE also was an SGA Senator and worked on the 
Sensitivity, Special Events, and Black Student Life Committees. Rodney was a member of Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Alpha Theta, and 
Omicron Phi Tau. He also was an Orientation Counselor. 

An active member of Phi Mu, DEBBIE RIVERS served her sorority as Historian, Alumnae Relations Chairman, and Reporter, 
and was Treasurer and Vice-President of the Panhellenic Council. In addition, she has served as Business Manager of the Vision, 
Secretary of Sigma Phi Epsilon Golden Hearts, and Treasurer of Phi Alpha Theta. Further, Debbie was a member of Gamma 
Beta Phi, the Visitation Committee, Touring Choir, and the Concert Band. 






Majoring in Business Administration ALAN SANDERS was a member of Omi- 
cron Phi Tau and was on the Dean's List every semester. Alan served as pitcher for 
the baseball team and was selected to the West Tennessee All-College Team for 
Baseball. He also served on the Athletic Committee and West Hall Dorm Council. 



TERRY SMITH has served as Vice-President of SGA and was honored as an 
Outstanding Senator. In addition, he was the Director of Student Services, a member 
of the Administration Committee, and a student member of the Board of Trustees. A 
member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, Terry has also served as Epworth Dorm's Vice-Presi- 
dent and Secretary. Furthermore, he was the manager of both the Mens' and Worn- 
ens' Varsity Basketball teams. 







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Besides being recipient of the Out- 
standing Freshman Award, JANE 
SPENCER was a member of Gamma 
Beta Phi and Omicron Phi Tau. She has 
held membership on the Student 
Affairs, Library, Awards, Orientation, 
and the SGA Planning Committees. In 
addition, Jane has been a Varsity Bas- 
ketball player and has served as Presi- 
dent of Sprague Hall. A member of 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Jane served as Vice- 
President and Pledge Trainer, and as 
Panhellenic Vice-President and Dele- 
gate. 



Editor of the Vision, JOY TIFFIN 
also worked on the Lantern as Copy 
Editor and as a part of the Business 
Staff. In addition, Joy was a member of 
Gamma Beta Phi, Omicron Phi Tau, 
and Vice-President of Phi Alpha Theta. 
She has also served as a member of the 
Chapel Choir, Chairman of the Food 
Committee, and Vice-President of 
Sprague Hall. Furthermore, she was 
the recipient of a competitive scholar- 
ship. 





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Who's Who 



An Alpha Omicron Pi active, 
MOLLY WAGSTER was elected 
Treasurer of her sorority. In addition, 
she was Secretary of the Student 
Affairs Committee and Chairman of 
the Town Students. As a committee 
member, Molly also served on the 
Advisory Board, the Community 
Affairs Committee, the Committee for 
Reviewing Counseling Services, and 
the Committee for Review of Admis- 
sions Program. She has served as an 
Orientation Counselor. In addition, 
Molly, a recipient of a competitive 
scholarship, was a member of Gamma 
Beta Phi. 




A cheerleader and recipient of the 
Helen Coltrain Spirit Award, 
GEORGE WEDDLE also was a mem- 
ber of the Spirit and the Visitation 
Committees. George was an Executive 
Officer of the Black Student Union, 
served as Secretary and Vice-President 
of SNEA and was a Senator and mem- 
ber of the Judicial Council of SGA. He 
also was the recipient of a choir schol- 
arship. In addition, he has served as 
Editor and Business Manager for the 
Coffeehouse Papers and worked on the 
Lantern staff. 



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Theatre 

Presents 

Drama 

In 

December 



Outcry, a two character drama by 

Tennessee Williams was the December 

production presented by the Lambuth 

Theatre. Mr. Newton Neely served as 

director. 

During the week's run, the play 

featured Sara Utterback and Susanna 

Fisher, who alternated performances in 

the role of Claire, and Mark Webber as 

the brother Felice. 




Righi: Sara Utterback as Claire in Outcry. 

Below right: Sara Utterback pleads with Mark 

Webber in a scene from the play. 



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Top: Seeking comfort from each other are Mark 

Webber and Susanna Fisher. 

Above: Susanna Fisher reflects for a moment in 

Outcry. 

Left: In the lead role of Felice. Mark Webber. 



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Music Dominates Winter 

Activities 



Two musical events broke the monotony of fall studies in late November and early 

December. The first, the Madrigal Banquet, was a festive musical presentation by 

Kaleidoscope, featuring medieval foods, costumes, and songs. This three night 

program, held on November 31, and December 2 and 3, proved to be a very 

successful project. 

The second event, the annual Candlelight Service, featured both the Concert and 

Touring Choirs. Transformed with candles and greenery, the Memorial Chapel was 

filled with students and families for the 1 1 p.m. service on December 1 1. 






Top right: Mr. Bill Nace reads a scripture lesson at the Candlelight Service. 

Above: Featured at the Madrigal Banquet was a minstrel, also known as Dr. Russell Mclntire. 

Above right: Members of Kaleidoscope entertain guests at the Madrigal Banquet. 

Right: Flickering candles create a solemn mood for the Candlelight Service. 



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Snow Slows January 








Continual snow slowed down 
activities during January, and even 
forced a few events, such as basketball 
games, to be postponed. 

While some lucky students missed at 
least part of the bad weather by 
participating in travel interims, those 
students remaining on campus met 
their classes between snowstorms. 

One highlight of the month was a 
Spirit Committee-sponsored pep rally, 
featuring a "mystery cheerleader" who 
incited much school spirit before an 
exciting game with Union University. 




Above left: Maintenance men "dig out" after one 

of the snowstorms. 

Above: "Mystery cheerleader" Chaplain Brady 

Whitehead. 

Left: Costumed members of Dr. Davenport's 

Tolkien interim enjoy a meal together. 



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Kathryn 

Blankenship 

Reigns as 

Homecoming 

Queen 





Top right: 1978 Homecoming Queen Kathryn 

Blankenship. 

Above: AOPi s with their decorated car leave for 

the parade. 

Right: Students dance to the music of 

"Montage." 




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Homecoming activities for 1978 
began on Friday afternoon, February 
17, with a parade beginning at the 
Athletic Center and touring downtown 
Jackson. Various organizations and 
individuals decorated their cars and 
participated. 

Friday evening the Colonial Room 
was the scene of the Homecoming 
Dance, featuring the music of 
"Montage." At 10 o'clock the music 
stopped for the presentation of the 
1978 Homecoming Queen and court. 
This year's Queen, chosen by popular 
vote by the student body, was Kathryn 
Blankenship. Her court included Kim 
Blurton, first alternate; Betsy Clayton, 
second alternate; Donna Darden, third 
alternate; and Lisa Davis, fourth 
alternate. 





Top left: Kim Blurton. first alternate. 
Top right: Betsy Clayton, second alternate. 
Above left: Donna Darden. third alternate. 
Above right: Lisa Davis, fourth alternate. 



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Although snow cancelled many Homecoming events on Saturday, February 18, 

including Alumni activities and the banquet on Saturday evening, it failed to cancel 

the Lambuth spirit of the basketball games. Both men's and women's teams played 

in the packed gym where each team posted a win. The Eaglettes easily romped past 

LeMoyne-Owen with a 100-42 win. In the action-filled second game the Eagles 

defeated Freed-Hardeman 84-80. 

Halftime activities included introduction of the Homecoming Queen and Court, 

and presentation by the Spirit Committee of awards for Best Homecoming Float, 

Best Homecoming Display, and the Helen Coltrain Spirit Award. 



Right: Cheerleaders promote spirit during the 

Homecoming games. 

Below: Ed Martindale shoots for two against 

Freed-Hardeman. 





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Games 
Played 
Despite 
Snow 





r op: Representing Sigma Kappa. Debbie Exum accepts the award for Best Homecoming Float. 
\bove: Bill Walker. Chairman of the Spirit Committee, presents Phi Mu's Melodie Schmidt and Sara 

tterback the award for Best Homecoming Display. 
wove right: Tea McGhee is congratulated by friends after receiving the Helen Coltrain Spirit Award. 



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Councils 

Unite 

Greeks 



The Panhellenic and Interfraternity 

Councils serve to maintain a common 

unity among all Greeks on campus. 

The two councils also supervise Rush 

activities and All-Sing during the fall 

semester. In addition, the Panhellenic 

Council sponsors the Mile-O-Money, 

benefiting the Jackson Day Care 

Center, in the spring. 



Right: Panhellenic officers Dawn Phillips, 

Debbie Rivers. Ann Barksdale. 

Lower right: Interfraternity Council officers Jim 

Esterman, John McDonald. 





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Greek Events Promote Unity 



Two big events of the Greek year are the Sigma Kapers and the Greek All-Sing. 
Sigma Kapers, sponsored by Sigma Kappa sorority, is an open competition in 
various athletic contests and skills. Also during this event is the Womanless Beauty 
Revue featuring "campus cuties" representing each fraternity and sorority. 

The second big event for Greeks is their annual philanthropic effort, the All-Sing 
program. Each organization, with a variety of musical presentations, competes for 
the coveted first place award given to the best sorority and fraternity. The admission 
fees from All-Sing go to a worthy charity or organization. This year the monies went 
to benefit the Jackson Center for Enrichment and Development. 






Top left: AOPi's Penny Greer hops for her sorority in the Sigma Kapers sack race. 

Above: Sigma Kappa members sell refreshments during Sigma Kapers. 

Above right: Introducing KA's songs at All-Sing is Wayne Warren. 

Left: Phi Mu presents a warm rendition of "I Believe" in All-Sing competition. 



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Greek life includes 

intramurals 

All-Sing 

formals 

Sigma Kapers 

open houses 

dances 







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Being a Greek holds responsibilities 
and rewards that only another Greek 
could understand. The Greek bond 
gives each sorority and fraternity 
member a warm glow in the spirit of 
togetherness. This bond, evident in all 
Greek activities, is displayed by the 
smile and unmistakable pride that each 
Greek has in his or her organization. 



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Above: (Kneeling) Jane Spencer. Cathy Craven. Martha Stewart. Susan Hays. Lora Jean Beck. Ginger Newbill. (Standing) Madeline Todd. Lee Warren. Debbie 
Seiffert. Beth Ann Johnson. Shannon Wilder. Lynn McAllister. Beth Martin. Sally Williams. Molly Wagster. Jayne Rushing. Cindy McKnight. Jan Conatser. Ann 
Barksdale. Ann Markham. Laura Penny. Jeanie Lacher. Penny Greer. Amy Foster, Pam Greer. Caroline Wade. Luanne Gowan. (On top of plane) Amy Crawley. 
Joy Shelby. Anita Kay Evans (adviser). Sue Jones. Elizabeth Helms. Susan Foote. 






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Alpha Omicron Pi 



Alpha Omicron Pi was pleased this year to celebrate the chapter's 20th anniversary on the Lambuth campus. The members of 
Omega Omicron chapter were joined in their celebration by the Jackson alums and the Omegas, the local sorority which founded 
the chapter. 

At the summer national convention in Arizona, Omega Omicron earned a silver cup for distinguished service during the 
i biennium. The Lambuth chapter was one of ten chapters in the United States and Canada to receive this honor. AOPi also tied for 
• second place in this year's All-Sing competition. 

Social activities in which the girls participated included the pledge hayride, a parents' tea, and a faculty coffee. In addition, 
AOPi rendered service to others by trick-or-treating for UNICEF, participating in the BSU-sponsored basketball tournament for 
Jimmy Hinson, Christmas caroling at a local nursing home, and sponsoring the AOPie supper for its national philantropy, the 
Arthritis Foundation. 





Above: Janet Phelps directs AOPi to a tie for 
second place at All-Sing. 
Left: Pam Greer. Caroline Wade, and Luanne 
Gowan drop their load following the Sigma 
Kapers blanket race. 



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ALPHA XI DELTA 




Above: (Front row, left to right) Lisa Pannell, Mary Rhodes, Teressa Briley, Elizabeth Durrett. (Second row) Laurie Bates. Joan Banks, Sue Ann Braese, Donna 
Williams. Liz Halford. (Third Row) Sally Jo Carl. Suzie Bonsteel, Cathy Cole. Becky Ahrens, Ginny Stockton, Cynthia Potts. 



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During October Alpha Xi Delta 
celebrated its twentieth anniversary on 
the Lambuth campus. Activities 
included in the observance were an 
open house in the sorority room for 
AXD alumnae and members of other 
organizations, and a party for Gamma 
Iota Chapter given by its alumnae. At 
this time women who helped organize 
the chapter were recognized, including 
Mrs. Walter Whybrew, Mrs. Roscoe 
Williams, and Dean Stella Ward. 

Alpha Xi continued such traditions 
as its pledge swaps with the fraternities 
and its chapter parties. The social 
highlight for the sorority was the Blue 
and Gold Ball in April. 

Chapter members were active in 
theatre productions, jazz band, and 
honor organizations. In addition, the 
group took first place at Sigma Kapers. 

For its philanthropy. Alpha Xi aided 
Pittman Hall for Runaway Girls. 



Top left: Happy Alpha Xis pose with their first 

place trophy from Sigma Kapers. 

Left: Laurie Bates helps Sally Jo Carl return the 

ball. 

Below: Singing a medley from "Oliver." members 

of Alpha Xi compete in All-Sing. 





Above: (Kneeling, left to right) Billy DeBerry, Charlie Davis. Bill Sanderson, Tripp Cocke (lying down), Jim Irvin, Phil Russell, Bill Anderson, Tim Goldsmith, Jay 
Boone. (Second row) Pat Freeman, Tony Cacciapucti, Tom Jones, Welch Livingston, Ron Smith, William Haynes, Roger Smith, Jim Curtis, Gary Young, David 
Smith. David Bell, Joe Murphy. (Third row) Rush Jeffrey. Wayne Warren. Brad Curry, Steve Hammerick, Jim Reiff, John Moss. John McDonald. (Fourth row) 
Don DuBose. Garry Wicker. Richard Murphy. (On roof) David Jenkins. Tommy Cole, Steve Porter. 



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KAPPA ALPHA 





Boasting eighteen new pledges and 
one social affiliate, the men of Kappa 
Alpha Order were again very active. In 
the spirit of fellowship they celebrated 
their twentieth birthday on Lambuth's 
campus. In addition, they had the 
annual Dixie Ball in Jackson, the Old 
South Weekend at Fall Creek Falls, 
and a Christmas party at their house. 

The KAs took first place in Greek 
All-Sing and placed second in 
intramural flagball. Moreover, the 
group earned the IFC Scholarship 
Award for being the fraternity with the 
highest academic average. 

In the spirit of giving, the men of 
Kappa Alpha again sponsored several 
philanthropic projects including a 
Halloween Party that they co- 
sponsored with Phi Mu sorority for the 
youngsters of Youthtown. 



Top left: Rush Jeffrey sends the ball back across 
the net. Left: KAs race to the finish in Sigma 
Kapers competition. 

Below: Wayne Warren receives first place trophy 
for K.A at All-Sing. 




KAPPA SIGMA 




Above: (On floor, left to right) David Hickey, Tom Hammond. Chuck Carter. John Carson. (On stools) Richard Bacon. Ed Martindale. Phillip Dotson. Steve Mars. 
Pat Warren. Greg Chapman. Ladd Thompson. Mark Garrett. Ann Threalkald. Steve Thompson, Bob Van Meter. (Standing) Jimmy Hughes. Derrick Sykes. 
George Langdon. Ron Langdon. Randall Moore. John Henton. Bret Freeman. Will Spence. Randy Hostetleter. Randy Bedwell. Robert Fisher. Jimmy Graves. 
Rodnev Tubbs. 



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In 1977-78, the men of Kappa Sigma experienced one of their most successful years. The Sigs began the year by welcoming 
fifteen new pledges. After a summer of preparation, the members began the remodeling of their fraternity house by adding new 
carpet tiles, curtains, and light fixtures. 

Excelling in all aspects of Greek life, the Kappa Sigs boasted an unmarred flagball record in the fall. They then proceeded to 
take first place in both volleyball and Sigma Kapers. In All-Sing competition, they won second place. The social highlight of their 
year was the annual Black and White Formal at Pickwick Landing State Park in May. 

Kappa Sig had members participating in varsity basketball, baseball, and tennis, in SGA and in many honor fraternities. In 

addition, they were proud to have five brothers receive Hyde Scholarships. 









Above left: Kappa Sig Willard F. Rockwell. Jr.. 
Chairman of the Board of Rockwell 
International Corporation, visits at the house 
with Mark Garrett and Dean Bi Hie P. Exum. Mr. 
Rockwell is serving as chairman of a national 
campaign committee which will seek funds for 
establishing the Center for the Study of 
American Business and for developing an 
Endowed Chair of American Enterprise at 
Lambuth College. 

Above: Displaying a "50's" look. Kappa Sigs 
participate in All-Sing competition. 
Left: Kappa Sigs proudly exhibit their first place 
trophy from Sigma Kapers. 



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Above: (Bottom to top. left to right) Ruth Ann Grant (adviser). Abigail Barnes. Susan Angy, Susan Bland. Nancy Dike. Nancy Gannon. Cindy Bell. Susan Shires. 
Leda Whitwell. Marsha Hilsdon. Rhonda McMillian, Marsha Oldham, Jane Venters. Debbie Kersey. Sherry Allen, Karen Trusty, Cynthia Dorton, Harriett Gas- 
coinge, Julia Elder, Alison Walker. Cheryl Ragsdale. Debbie Rivers, Regina Polk. Denise Burton. Susan Parker. Beth Garland, Susan Cain, Glenda Treadway, 
Linda Loftin, Sherry Sherwood, Peggy Creed, Pam Jones, Melodie Schmidt. Jane McClary, Beth Kolwyck. Kathy Hardaway, Jean Alexander, Donna Laster. 
Karen Chandler. Sydney Bradley. Patsy Duck. Kay Jeu. 



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Top: An ecstatic Cynthia Dorton accepts top 

honors for Phi Mu at All-Sing. 

Above: Peggy Creed and Kathy Hardaway chat 

with Bill Anderson and Joe Murphy at an open 

house. 

Left: Leaping to victory in the balloon race is 

Sherry Sherwood. 



PhiMu 



During the first week of March, 
1977, Kappa Mu chapter observed the 
quasquicentennial of Phi Mu 
Fraternity for Women. Activities for 
the week-long celebration included a 
bake sale for Project HOPE, the 
group's national philanthropy: the 
donation of a challenge gift to the 
Lambuth Alumni Loyalty Fund; a 
brunch for the alumnae of the chapter; 
and a Founders' Day banquet. The 
girls also constructed a time capsule 
placed in the sorority room to be 
opened in the year 2002. 

To aid its local philanthropy 
Youthtown, Phi Mu joined with Kappa 
Alpha Order to give the boys a 
Halloween party. Individually, the 
sorority members "adopted" little 
brothers from Youthtown. The chapter 
also presented a program of Christmas 
carols for a local nursing home. 

Socially, the Phi Mus held the 
Carnation Ball in April, a reception for 
the basketball teams during 
Homecoming, and open houses for the 
fraternities during October. Chapter 
awards and the officers for 1978 were 
announced at a Christmas dinner- 
dance. 

Phi Mu took first place honors at this 
fall's Greek All-Sing. Currently, the 
group is number one on campus 
scholastically. Also, at the spring State 
Day held in Nashville, the chapter 
adviser. Miss Ruth Ann Grant, was 
named Outstanding Adviser. 






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Above: (Front row. left to right) Jan Pickett. Susan Daniel. Jan Finnic Cathy Bulle. Terri Townsend. Vickie Montgomery, Briggette Dazey. Terry Dino, Leslie 
Smith. Lynn Halliburton. Debbie Ward. Christy Smith. Nancy Miller. (Second row) Cecile Wade, Mary Jeans, Caye Crenshaw, Pat May. Debbie Billings, Jerri 
Roberson. Sherry Huff. Susan Roberson. Deborah Blurton. Kathe Smith, Diane Goettsche, Donna Darden. Susan Dawkins, Debbie Wallace, Kristie Sears. 
Marcy Cromwell. (Third row) Ann Threalkald. Laura Comes. Dawn Phillips. Marcia Lewis. Helen Harrison. Gerry Ann Smith, Dorthy Beaty, Susanna Fisher. 
Temia Humphreys. Ginger Hunt. Mary Leslie Dawson. Sarah Burnette. Kim Blurton. (Fourth row) Kim Mercer. Cindy Brown. Susan Jeffrey. Debbie Exum, 
Libbv Weiters. Diannia Coleman. 



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Sigma Kappa 



In the fall semester the Sigmas welcomed sixteen new pledges and honored them 
with a pledge retreat in September and a hayride in October. In November they 
celebrated Founder's Day by having a Week of Giving which included the 
ceremonial planting of a tree on campus and a singing at the NHE Nursing Home. 
Also during November the Sigma Kappas took a new approach to Greek All-Sing by 
donning the attire of small children and singing a medley of Godspell tunes, which 
tied them for second place. 

December brought the annual Christmas Bazaar, a money-making project, and 
the Rock-a-thon by which the Sigmas raised money for their philanthropies, 
including the Maine Seacoast Mission. 

During the spring semester Gamma Xi chapter had its initiation ceremony, annual 
formal, and the Senior Banquet. 




Top: In intramural action Caye Crenshaw returns the ball. 

Above: With musical backup from her sorority, Rathe Smith shares the message of Godspell. 



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SIGMA PHI EPSILON 




Above: (First row, left to right) Mike Cook. Tom Christian. Doug Thomas. Bobby Grooms. Mark Donahoe. Bill} Hurt. Tom Maupin. Rob Gilbreath. Ronnie Peck. 
(Second row) Ira Carroll. Alan Poole. Keary Bewick. Doug Booth. Jeff Shippman. Greg Wilkerson. (Third row) David Snipes. Scott Kaufman. Bill Bliven. Barry 
Markle. Tim Ryan. Mike Snure. Mike Blurton. Brent Patterson. Ricky Snellgrove. Terry Bell. (Fourth row) Ron Spears. David McCrary. Chuck Aaron. Ronnie 
Johnson. Jim Esterman. Steve Daniels, Gary Smith. Marc Flanders. John Bishop. 



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Tennessee Zeta Chapter of Sigma 
Phi Epsilon pledged 12 new brothers 
during September rush. 

This year's philanthropic projects for 
the Sig Eps included co-sponsoring 
with AOPi a picnic for underprivileged 
children in Jackson. They also col- 
lected for the Heart Fund. 

Social activities for Sig Ep included a 
Halloween costume party, pledge 
swaps with the sororities, and a Found- 
ers' Day banquet and disco dance. The 
men had their spring formal at Paris 
Landing State Park. 

Sig Eps gained campus recognition 
by having members in the Who's Who, 
Student Government Association, 
Kaleidoscope, and honor societies. 



Top: Sig Ep Golden Hearts (Front row) Debbie 
Rivers, Carol Cook, Jan Pickett, Laura Comes, 
Susan Roberson, Ann Wright, Kathryn Blanken- 
ship. (Back row) Becky Ahrens, Sarah Burnette, 
Susan Bland, Susan Hays, Laura Penny. Nancy 
Dike, Karen Chandler, Sydney Bradley. 
Left: Marc Flanders and Mark Donahoe attempt 
an interception against KA. 
Below: Steve Shanklin, District Governor of Ten- 
nessee for Sigma Phi Epsilon, speaks at the 
Founders' Day banquet. 




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Student Government Association 

Aids Blood Bank 



SGA was very active this year in all 
areas of campus life. Catering to the 
students' need for social activities and 
relaxation, the Student Government 
Association sponsored several dances 
such as the Homecoming Dance in 
February and the Sadie Hawkins 
Dance in November. On Sunday nights 
the group showed top movies, includ- 
ing "Paper Moon." "Scrooge/' and 
"Camelot." 

As its spring philanthropy, the SGA, 
along with Gamma Beta Phi, held a 
day-long blood drive for the Jackson 
Blood Bank. For the convenience of 
the Lambuth community, the Blood- 
mobile was set up on the quadrangle. 
Receiving city-wide publicity, the pro- 
ject collected about 100 pints of blood. 

During October a leadership seminar 
was held on campus for the SGA offi- 
cers and Senate members. The day- 
long meeting featured Dr. Denny 
Smith, an educational psychologist 
from Memphis State University who 
specializes in leadership training. 
Those attending learned about goal set- 
ting and assessment and about techni- 
ques for motivating and involving their 
peers. 

In November the SGA sponsored its 
most successful Parents' Weekend ever. 
Over 300 guests attended the open 
houses, banquet, and other special 
activities conducted by various groups 
on campus. 

As an additional service to the stu- 
dents, the SGA sponsored used-book 
sales each semester. The association 
also sent several delegates to the Ten- 
nessee Intercollegiate State Legislature 
in November. 



Top right: Linda Henry, Chief Justice, and Susan 
Hays. SGA President. 

Right: Susan Foote. Secretary of Entertainment; 
Janet Phelps. Secretary of Academic Affairs; and 
Madeline Todd. Secretary of Communications. 




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7cp fe/// Sue Griffin, Secretary. 

7op middle: Terry Smith, Vice-President. 

7op Wg/tf.- Sherry Sherwood, Treasurer. 

Above: At a Wednesday evening SGA meeting, Terry Smith leads a discussion. 



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Top: Sprague Dorm Council: (First row) Temia 
Humphreys. Mary Blow. Kathryn Blankenship, 
Jo Ann Donelson. (Second row) Debbie Ward, 
Sherry Allen. Vickie Nix, Gayle Davis, Bridgett 
Treadway. 



Middle: Epworth Dorm Council: (Seated) Loren 
Houpt. Imen Akpan. Bob Chamberlain. (Stand- 
ing) Mark Brown. Don Greishimer. Lloyd 
Mudiwa. 



Right: Spangler Dorm Council: (Seated) Helen 
Harrison, Pat May, Caye Crenshaw, Gerry Ann 
Smith. (Standing) Betty Essary. Marcy Cromwell, 
Carla Gilland, Jan Pickett. 



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Councils Govern Dorm Activities 




The dorm councils, elected by the 
students, met as the need arose to work 
with the dorm mothers in the governing 
of the residence halls. Besides having 
the power to give "call downs," the 
dorm councils also sponsored parties 
and open houses on special occasions. 
In addition, members of the councils 
lent sympathetic shoulders and helping 
hands whenever needed. 



Left: Harris Dorm Council: (First /tonjNancy 
Gannon, Cynthia Granderson, Theresa Shoe- 
maker, and Janice Bedford. Second row) Reba 
Waddy, Linda Loftin, Joan Banks, Suzie Bon- 
steel, Sally Jo Carl. (Third row) Mrs. Simmons 
(dorm mother), Regina Polk. Becky Ahrens, and 
Cynthia Dorton. 

Below. West Dorm Council .(Seated) George Wed- 
dle, Paul Mullikin, Mrs. Peek (dorm mother), 
Doug Booth, Alan Sanders, Mike Blurton. 
(Standing) Leon Lewis, Jim Irvin, Steve Daniels, 
Steve Anderson, Brent Patterson, Bill Anderson, 
and David Bartlett. 




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Candlelight Features Touring Choir 



December 1 1th, the annual 

Candlelight Service was presented by 

the Concert and Touring Choirs. The 

program, which tells the story of Jesus' 

birth through seven lessons read from 

the Scriptures and followed by 

appropriate musical selections, was 

also given at St. James United 

Methodist Church in Memphis. 

In May the combined choirs 

presented a spring concert in the 

chapel. Also, early second semester the 

Touring Choir performed in the 

southeastern part of the United States 

for various schools and civic 

organizations. 






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Top r/g/j/.- Beth Kolwyck. Joy Watlington. Helen Harrison, Joy Tiffin, Cynthia Dorton. and Sherry Allen sing out in choir rehearsal. 

Above: 1978 Lambuth Touring Choir: (first row) Dr. Jo Fleming. Jane Venters. Pam Underwood, Grace Elizer. Mary Blow. Linda Loftin. Amy Hoyle. Cynthia 

Dorton. Kathy Hardaway. Beth Kolwyck. Cynthia Peddy. (Second row) Debbie Rivers. Joy Shelby, Susan Bland. Susanna Fisher. Jerri Roberson. Julia Elder. 

Reginia Polk. Helen Harrison. (Third row) Bill Mulroy. Paul Mulroy. Don Griesheimer. Susan Cain, Bill Walker. George Chien. Tommy Cole. Perry Redfearn. 

Claude Genzel, Jack Hearn. David Morrison. Paul Mullikin, Bryan Peddy, Deward Rahm. Bill Taylor, Debbie Billings, and Laura Comes. 



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Left: Dr. Jo Fleming directs the choir. 

Below: The combined choirs perform at Candlelight. 

Bottom left: Lynn Clark aids Lynn Coffman in finding his place again. 

Bottom right: Expressive singing is evident in the faces of Paul Mulroy and George Chien. 






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Band Presents Concerts 







Top left: Mr. Brown directs the band. 

Top right: Mr. Richard Brown. 

Above left: A Jazz Band performance, featuring vocalist Grace Elizer. 

Above: A typical band rehearsal. 



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Under the direction of Mr. Richard 
Brown, the Concert Band presented 
winter and spring concerts on campus. 
Throughout the year the band toured 
West Tennessee and surrounding states 
giving programs for high schools and 
civic groups. 

Also representing Lambuth through 
music was the Jazz Band. This select 
group of musicians also traveled in the 
area giving concerts, and was featured 
entertainment during homecoming. 





Top: Marsha Oldham, Jane Venters. Nancy Gannon, and Sally Jo Carl rehearse for the next program. 
Above: A portion of Jazz Band brass section. 

Above right: Jim Kurkimilis sets the pace for Mark Brown, Bill Sanderson. Joseph Montgomery, and 
Keith Lindsey. 



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Madrigal Banquet Features Kaleidoscope 




Kaleidoscope, under the direction of 
Mr. Frank Coulter, is a widely 
performing singing group from 
Lambuth. The highlight of 1977 
marked the beginning of a tradition. 
On November 30, December 2, and 
December 3, the much rehearsed group 
performed for the Madrigal Dinner in a 
Colonial Room "jam-packed" with 
students, faculty, and families. 

In addition, throughout the year 
Kaleidoscope made other appearances 
at service clubs, business organizations, 
churches, and schools as well as on the 
Lambuth campus. 




Opposite page: Far left lop: Doug Booth and 

Dawn Phillips learn their music for a 

performance. 

Middle left: Giving his "all" in direction is Mr. 

Coulter. 

Far left: Kaleidoscope practices long hours to 

achieve its professional sound. 

Top: Blending their voices for the right tone are 

Bill Walker. Sarah Burnette. Doug Booth, and 

Dawn Phillips. 

Left: Kaleidoscope, dressed in medieval 

costumes, performed at the Madrigal Dinner. 



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Lantern Reduces Pages 



Because of increased cost for production and a decreased allowance from the college, the Lantern was forced to delete several 
pages in order not to exceed the proposed budget. However, to compensate for this smaller book, color and special effects such as 
duotones and tint blocks were used as much as possible. 





Above: Melodie Schmidt. Susan Shires. Leda 

Whitwell. 

Above right: Susan Angy. Diane Goettsche, 

Bridgette Treadway. 

Right: Suzie Bonsteel. Business Manager, and 

Phil Sykes. Copy Editor. 



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Left: Gayle Davis. Editor. 

Below: Editorial Board: Miss Ruth Ann Grant. 

Mrs. Susan Hudacek. Kathe Smith, Ricky 

Snellgrove, Jane Spencer. Dr. Ronnie Barnes. 

Bottom: (Seated) Malissa Peacock. Temia 

Humphreys. (Standing) Glenda Treadway. Craig 

Clay. 





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Vision Cuts Costs 



With a decreased budget with which to work, and rising production costs, the Vision staff worked to streamline the newspaper's 
operation in a number of ways. Most noticeably, the Vision's appearance was altered due to a different printing method in which 
the paper was typed and pasted-up by the student staff rather than the printer. Also, there was a greater concentration on ad sales 
— a move which was met with favorable response from businesses. 

In an effort to tailor the Vision to student needs and desires, the staff tried to place greater emphasis on in-depth news articles 
and features instead of primarily straight news reports of a general nature. 

Second semester, a new business manager was appointed, due to the early graduation of Debra Rivers. This post was filled by 
Tony Stephens. 




Above: Joy Tiffin, editor. 

Right: Vision Staff: (Top to bottom) Joy Tiffin, 
Ron Langdon, Edith Norton. Kathryn Blanken- 
ship, Debbie Home, Janice Bowman. Dana Sea- 
ton. Joy Watlington, Paul Mullikin. Sherry Allen, 
Jane McClary, Cathy Bulle, Ronnie Peck. 
Below right: Editorial Board: Mr. Gaylon Greer, 
Dr. Ken Wilkerson. Dawn Phillips. Debbie Riv- 
ers. Business Manager, Brent Patterson. Billy 
Massey, Ms. Nancy Johnston. Joy Tiffin. 




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Papers Encourage Creativity 



Lambuth's own literary collection of student works, the Coffeehouse Papers, 
allowed presentation of creative efforts in the areas of short stories, plays, poetry, 
and pen-and-ink drawings. Students were encouraged to submit one or more original 
works for possible publication. Faculty and community judges then chose the win- 
ning entries. 

Awards were presented in the spring at the official reading of the Coffeehouse 
Papers, held in Wisdom Parlor. 




Top left: Mark Medlin. Editor. 

Above: Editorial Board: Loren Houpt, Mark Medlin, Pat May, and Dr. John DeBruyn 



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Harvest 

Performs 

at Churches 



Bringing the message of God's 

involvement in our world. Harvest 

performed at numerous banquets on 

campus and at various churches in the 

Memphis Conference. 

The six-member singing group 

worked in conjunction with the 

Admissions Office in recruiting new 

students. In addition. Harvest was 

featured entertainment for Parents' 

Weekend in November. 






Top: Harvest performs in the Hub during Parents' Weekend. 

Above left: Tripp Cocke at rehearsal. 

Above right: Members of Harvest: (First row) Carla Gilland. Judy Luther, Helen Harrison. (Second row) Jim Irvin, Tripp Cocke, Debbie Seiffert. 



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Black 

Student Union 
Helps Jimmy 



The Black Student Union collected 
contributions for the Jimmy Hinson 
Fund on December 3 by sponsoring a 
full day of basketball games between 
the various organizations on campus. 
At the end of the day the BSU had 
raised approximately $100 for Jimmy, 
and the KAs and BSU women were the 
basketball victors. 

In addition, they conducted the wor- 
ship services for the month of January 
primarily in recognition of Black His- 
tory Week. The BSU also held an 
Ebony Ball and sponsored a talent 
show for all Lambuth College students. 



Top: BSU Executive Officers: Teresa Shoemaker, 
Genita DuPree. and Derrick Allen. 
Middle: (Seated, left to right) Debra Tate, Genita 
DuPree. Desiree Carter. Cynthia Granderson, Jo 
Ann Donelson. Dr. Gene Davenport, adviser. 
Second row) Vida McCray, Tea McGhee, Teresa 
Shoemaker. Sandra Williamson, Kathy Morris, 
Anita Williamson, Brenda Matthews. (Third row) 
Phyllis White. Terry Kennedy. Andrea Jeans. 
Jackie Wallace. Pat Armour. Dr. Brady White- 
head, adviser. Derrick Allen (Fourth row) Lonnie 
Seals. George Lanier. Dennis Lytle, LaTaryl Dig- 
gins. 
Left: A BSU meeting. 



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Campus 

Congregation 

Opens 

RAC 



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Top: Phil Sykes. Chairman of RAC Committee: Nancy Miller. Campus Congregation Council Chairperson: and Dr. Brady Whitehead. Lambuth College 
Chaplain, visit at the RAC. 

Above: Campus Congregation Council (Front row) David Melton. Ray Walters. Steve Anderson. Susan Angy. (Second row) Phil Sykes. Nancy Miller. Rathe Smith. 
Cave Crenshaw. Julie Rybolt. Lynn Coffman. (Third row) Mark Medlin. Gary Schumacher. Dr. Brady Whitehead. 



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Open to all Lambuth students, the Campus Congregation sponsored the religious- 
oriented activities on the campus. These activities included Sunday morning worship 
services, Sunday evening "rap sessions," retreats, and FOCUS. The Congregation 
also helped needy families at Christmas by collecting clothes and toys. 

Possibly the highlight of the year was the opening of the Religious Activities 
Center during Parents' Weekend in November. Located at 603 Burkett, the RAC is 
open seven nights a week for students to come and study, or share Christian 
fellowship with others. 

The Campus Congregation Council served as the governing body for the Campus 
Congregation. It consisted of twelve upperclassmen and two freshmen. Dr. Brady 
Whitehead was the advisor. 





Top: Billy Massey uses mime to express a point in a FOCUS program. 

Above: Members of Campus Congregation help clean up the RAC. 

Above right: The Memorial Chapel serves as a retreat for quiet meditation for many students on campus. 



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Gamma Beta Phi 



Gamma Beta Phi, with Dr. Russell Mclntire as advisor, had two induction ceremonies this year. Requirements for membership 
in this national honor and service organization include a 3.25 cumulative grade point average, with a 3.00 GPA to be maintained 

following induction. 
Along with the SGA, Gamma Beta Phi co-sponsored a blood drive on campus in the spring. Gayle Davis served as state Vice- 
President for 1977. 

Above: Debbie Rivers. Cheryl Neal. Kitty Jones. Renie Johnson. Debbie Satterfield. Hilary Sharkey. Susan Angy. John Gross. Karen Chandler. (Second row) Dr. 

Russell Mclntire. Kathryn Blankenship. Regina Polk. Sandie White. Vickie Montgomery. Cindy Ferguson. Nancy Miller. Pat Clifft. Angie Lewis. Joy Tiffin. Paul 

Bondi. (Third row) Bill Taylor. Kathe Smith. Virginia McKinnie, Susan Cain. Barbara Kugler. Madeline Todd. Cindy Bell. Becky Ahrens. Liz Halford. Sue 

Griffin. Martha Morris. (Fourth row) Mike Snure. Elizabeth Smith. Bill Anderson. John McDonald. Rodney Price. Lynn Coffman. Stan Young. Marcia Hill. 



Phi Alpha Theta 



Phi Alpha Theta, an international 

honorary history fraternity, open to 

Juniors and Seniors, made a short trip 

to New Orleans to study Egyptian 

history at the King Tut exhibit. The 

group also held monthly meetings and 

a Christmas party in December. 




Above: Mr. Robert Mathis, Susan Hays. Joy Tiffin. Laura Penny. Debbie Rivers. Dr. B. R. Coleman, Kim 
Mercer. Brent Patterson, Tom Miller. Rodney Price. Lloyd Mudiwa. Wiley Jones, Tom Jones. 



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Omicron Phi Tau 



Omicron Phi Tau is a local scholastic honor society whose purpose is to recognize outstanding academic achievement. 
Membership is open to students who have achieved a 3.5 average, or better, and who have completed the first semester of the 
junior year (72 semester hours or more). Alumni members retain their membership for life. Five new inductees were initiated in 
December. 

Above: (Seated) Joy Tiffin, Sue Griffin, Jane Spencer, Molly Wagster, Nancy Miller. (Standing) Cindy Fisher, Marcia Hill, 

Barbara Kugler, Alan Sanders, Chuck Aaron, Steve Daniels, Dr. Ken Wilkerson, Dr. Sarah Clement, Rodney Price, Tony 

Stephens, Dr. Katherine Clement, Phil Sykes, Ronnie Johnson, Karen Chandler, Ruth Ann Grant, Virginia McKinnie, Susan 

Hays. 




Lambda Iota Tau 



Sponsored by Dr. Charles Mayo, 
Lambda Iota Tau, the national honor 
society for majors in English or foreign 
languages, has membership 
requirements of twelve hours of upper 
division literature courses, a 
cumulative 3.00 grade point average, 
and the presentation of a paper or short 
story to the group for criticism. In the 
fall LIT met jointly with the Sociology 
Club at which Mark Medlin and Bill 
Anderson each presented an original 
paper to the clubs for review. 



Above: (First row) Mark Medlin, Nancy Miller. Kathe Smith. Kim Mercer. (Second row) Tony Stephens. 
Susan Daniel. Janet Phelps. Pat May. (Third row) Ronnie Johnson, Susan Hays, Ginny Mayo, Virginia 

McKinnie, Dr. Charles Mayo. 



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American Society of Interior Designers 

Again boasting a large, active membership, ASID continued to present activities dealing with all aspects of interior design. 
Several trips were made by the club, including one to the Jackson Antique Show. The group is sponsored by Mr. Larry Ray and 
Mrs. Nelle Cobb. 



Above: (First row) Sherry Huff. Susan Brannen. Marsha Hilsdon, Jan Finnic Griffin Bland, Mark Brown. Beth Ann Johnson. Amy Foster. Cathy Craven. Jan 
Pickett, Linda Piper, Carol Williams, Julie Hayward, Kathy Gibeault. (Second row) Terri Townsend, Gay Rauchle, Suzie Bonsteel, Patsy Duck, Lisa Hrinson, 
Charlie Carroll, Virginia Davis, Kay Fonda, Nancy Spears, Cecile Wade, Kay Jeu, Anita Williamson, Mary Jeans, Kim Blurton, Jennifer Bishop, Debbie Jones, 
Ron Langdon. (Third row) Mina Payne, Janice Taylor, Van Thompson, Phil Russell, Mrs. Nelle Cobb, Belinda Jordan, Mr. Larry Ray, Twana Wright, Emily 
Turner. 



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This year. Alpha Psi Omega, the 

national honorary dramatics fraternity, 

sponsored a Halloween costume party 

which included judging for best 

costume, and the Alpha Pside Show, 

which featured various organizations 

and individuals on campus. In 

addition, it instigated monthly dinners 

to better acquaint theatre students and 

professors. This organization again 

held its philanthropic drama workshop 

with the patients of Western State 

Hospital. 




Above: (Sealed) Loren Houpt, Sara Utterback. Billy Massey, Mark Webber. (Standing) Mr. Jesse Bryum, 
Teressa Briley, Susanna Fisher. Tea McGhee. Mr. Newton Neely. 



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Student National Eucation Association 



SNEA remained active this year by having several panel discussions, one with student teachers and another with parents on the 
subject of "What Is Expected of Teachers," It observed National Education Week and "Teacher-Par Week. The group also had 
Mr. Paul Sutherland speak to members on Teachers Credit Union. Moreover, SNEA sponsored a Christmas Party for the Madi- 
son County Group Home. 

Above: (Firs! row) Cynthia Granderson. Mrs. Evelyn Whybrew, Pat Clifft. Charlotte Cox. Laurie Bates, Cynthia Dorton. (Second row) Joyce Williams. Benita 
DuPree. Brenda Matthews. Lorena Davis. Renie Johnson. Cheryl Harrison. Beth Post, Debbie Rusher. George Weddle. (Third row) Marie Reid. Pat Armour. 
Jackie Wallace. Harvette Johnson, Elaine Porter. Beth Buck. Chandra Brugh. 




Home Econs 



The Home Econs had various programs concerning fashion, foods, and consumer education. It hosted the West Tennessee Dis- 
trict Drive Workshop for the Home Economics Association and also sponsored its annual fashion show. Members attended State 
Convention in Nashville and National Convention in New Orleans. 

Above: (Sealed) Sue Griffin. Temia Humphreys. Debbie Home. Ann Markham. (Standing) Joy Tiffin. Elaine Porter. Jane McClary. Alison Walker. Sherrv Sher- 
wood. Ruth Davis. Joan Banks. Carol Coats. Carol Cook. Amy Foster. Pat Meacham. Karen Chandler, Mrs. June Creasy. Mrs. Nelle Cobb. 



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American Chemical Society 




The American Chemical Society is a pre-professional organization open to all biology and chemistry majors. Monthly meetings 

featured guest speakers and films on such subjects as open-heart surgery. Dr. George Edwards is the group's sponsor. 

Above: (First row) Sue Griffin, Ben Anderson, Becky Gehres, Mark Lewis, Karen Chandler. (Second row) Ricky Snellgrove, James 

Cooper, Phillip Dotson, Cindy Bell, Sandra Williamson, David Bell, Jeannine Ervin, Mr. John Pechonick. (Third row) Phil Sykes, 

Keary Bewick. Gwen Henderson, Dr. James Beasley, Imeh Akpan, Rodney Tubbs, Stan Young, Dr. George Edwards. 



American Institute 

of Biological 

Sciences 



Reorganized this year, the ABS is 

open to all students interested in the 

study of biology. The group undertook 

several projects, including displays on 

various topics and the opening of a 

reading room in Hyde Hall. 




Above: (Sealed) Sarah Burnette. Essie Weaver. Jeanette Ccx>per. Becky Gehres. (Standing) Ricky 
Snellgrove. Dr. James Davis. Mark Lewis. Dave Bell. Eugene Goodall. Gayle Davis. Phil Sykes. 



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Kappa Delta Kappa 




Brady' Whkeheaf^ B '" y ^^ T " PP C ° Cke - Caye Crenshaw - Susan Angy. Dr. Gene Davenport, Dr. 



Open to those already committed to 
or seriously considering a vocation 
related to the church, Kappa Delta 
Kappa met twice a month for programs 
relevant to religious vocations. In 
addition, the group worked closely with 
the Campus Congregation on several 
service projects such as collecting 
clothes for needy people and singing at 
nursing homes. Dr. Brady Whitehead, 
Lambuth's chaplain, was KDK's 
adviser. 



Sociology Club 




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Prin* ofT^ this ^ " me T*\!r keTS f ° r tHe meet,n§S mduded Pr ° feSSOrS fr ° m Lamb - h and Memphis Stat „ the 

spring of 1977, this group sponsored the West Tennessee Underground Symposium at which numerous papers were presented. 



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President 

Wilder 

Announces 

New 
Programs 




Above right: Dr. and Mrs. Wilder in a casual 

mood. 

Right: Dr. Wilder accepts a gift annuity from 

Rev. Clifford C. Isbell, center, while Rev. 

William S. Evans, a Lambuth trustee, looks on. 

Below: Dr. Wilder speaks to a meeting of the 

Annual Conference. 

Far right: Dr. Wilder speaks at the planting of the 

Constitutional Oak he received at the Tennessee 

Constitutional Convention. 

Below right: Among Dr. Wiler's many duties is 

presentation of degrees at graduation. 





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During the year. President James S. 
Wilder, Jr. announced the beginning of 
several new programs that will ulti- 
mately benefit the college in many 
ways. 

The Advanced Institutional Devel- 
opment Program is a five-year one mil- 
lion dollar grant from the Department 
of Health, Education, and Welfare, 
which began in the fall of 1977. The 
A.I.D. Program will enrich the aca- 
demic program of the college and 
strengthen student services. The 
Department of Interior Design, the 
Career Development Office, the Learn- 
ing Enrichment Center, the Special 
Education Program, including Speech 
and Hearing Therapy, are only a few of 
the areas that will benefit from this 
five-year grant. 

The beginning of another program, 
which is still in the planning stages, is 
the formation of a Center for the Study 
of American Business with an 
Endowed Chair of Private Enterprise 
as the catalyst. Dr. Willard F. Rock- 
well, Jr., Chairman of the Board of 
Rockwell International, serves as Gen- 
eral Chairman of a national campaign 
committee seeking $500,000 to endow 
the Center at Lambuth. 

Another program launched during 
the year is a $4 million crusade for 
Lambuth College and ministerial pen- 
sions sponsored by the Memphis Con- 
ference of the United Methodist 
Church. Half of this amount will go 
directly to Lambuth for the Endow- 
ment of Student Scholarships and for 
the General Endowment of the college. 



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Right: Dean Billie P. Exum. Dean of Admissions 
and Records, and his secretary. Mrs. Mary Jo 

Williams. 

Below: Mr. Paul Finney. Dean of Men and 

Director of Student Activities. 

Below right: Mr. J. Richard Palmer. Special 

Assistant to the President for Development, and 

Mr. Hayes Fletcher. Assistant to President for 

Planned Giving. 

Bottom left: Mrs. Blanche Exum. Dean of 

Women. 

Bottom right: Mr. Fred Brewster Vice-President 

for Development and Alumni Affairs looks on as 

Dr. Wilder receives a check from Kenneth W. 

Mauck. General Manager of Sears. 






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Below: Mr. Bill Nace, Administrative Vice-President and Director of Admissions. 

Below middle: Mr. Jim Mitchell. Business Manager, and his secretary, Mrs. Venis Spencer. 

Below for right: Dean Wood K. Whetstone. Director of Student Services. 

Bottom left: Dr. David S. DuBose. Associate,Dean. 

Bottom right: Dean Walter. H. Whybrew, Dean of the College and Executive Vice-President. 






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Top left: Miss Margaret Winter. Director of Testing. 

Top right: Mr. Steve Turner. Director of Student Financial Aid. 

Above left: Mrs. Dorothy Harrell. Coordinator of Cooperative Education. 

Above right: Mr. Charles Mover. Director of Food Services. 






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Administrative Staff 
Plays Major Role 
in College Life 






Above left: Mrs. Mary Jo Mulherin, Director of 

Information. 

Above: Dr. Brady Whitehead. Chaplain. 

Far left: Mr. John Bonson, Director of Career 

Development and Cooperative Education. 

Left: Mr. Robert Cooper. Director of 

Institutional Research and Computer 

Management. 



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Top left: Mr. Voyd Hutton. Supervisor of Maintenance. 

Top right: Mary Jane Tapley. and Ann Childs. Computer Center Personnel. 

Above left: Mrs. Elizabeth Coulter. Tutorial Director of Learning Enrichment Center. 

Above right: Dorm Hostesses: Mrs. Frances Simmons. Harris: Mrs. Hazel Spence. Epworth; Mrs. Juanita Howard. Spangler: Mrs. Kathleen Peek. West; Mrs. 

Laverne Smith. Sprague. 



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Staff 

Contributes 

To 

College 

Life 





Top left: Mrs. Allie Travis, Manager of Bookstore and Hostess of College Union. 

Top right: Mrs. Alma Wood, College Nurse. 

Above: Mr. John Williams and Mr. David Ogden, Admissions Counselors. 

Above right: Ms. Dot O'Neill, Assistant Director of Admissions and Transfer Student Counselor. 



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Below left: Mrs. Connie Helms, Faculty Secretary. 

Below: Mrs. Kitty Jones, Secretary to Executive Vice-President, and Mrs. Virginia Elliott, Secretary to the President. 
Bottom left: Mrs. Dot Jerstad, Secretary to Dean of Men, and Mrs. Jean Reeder, Secretary to Dean of Women and Chaplain. 
Bottom right: JoAnn Daniel, Judy Peyton, and Shirley Davidson, Bookkeepers. 







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Top left: Kay McPeck, Faculty Secretary. 

Top right: Nancy Staggs. Secretary to Development; Dorothy Strouse, Secretary to Planned Giving; and Linda Butler, Secretary to Alumni Affairs. 

Above: Marsha Coleman Doege. Secretary to Learning Enrichment Center, and Sue McNeil. Secretary to Title III Coordinator. 

Above right: Cindy Gardner. Secretary to Admissions, and Janis Kimsey, Office Manager of Admissions. 



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Library 

Emphasizes 

Archives 



In order to collect the history of 

Lambuth College and the early days of 

the Memphis Conference, the Library, 

along with the Alumni Association, 

decided to emphasize the importance 

of the Treasure Room and the 

Archives. An intensive effort to 

research and establish a working 

archives was made. New book cases 

were added to the Treasure Room to 

hold material and articles given to the 

school. 



Above right: Ms. Ruth Ann Grant. Acquisitions 

Librarian, and Mrs. Gail Luttrell. Secretary to 

Acquisitions. 

Right: Mrs. Mattie McAlexander. Secretary to 

Cataloguing, and Mrs. Ann Phillips, Catalouging 

Librarian. 




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Above: Mrs. Lue Turner. Periodicals Librarian. 

Top left: Mrs. Judith Hazlewood. Head 

Librarian. 

Middle left: Mrs. Fran Miller. Documents 

Librarian. 

Left: Miss Ruth Gibbons. Reference Librarian. 

chats with students at the circulation desk. 



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Design 

Introduces 

Photography 






Above: Supervising her students' work is only one of Mrs. Ross' responsibilities. 

Top right: Mrs. Ross demonstrates a brush stroke. 

Above right: Members of the Art for Elementary Teachers class prepare for a circus as part of a class project. 



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This year the Art Department 
continued its activities in drawing, 
sculpture, printmaking, painting, and 
art history. Photography was 
introduced as part of the course in 
Design. Students experimented with 
printing photographs in color as well as 
black and white. 

In January some intrepid travellers 
braved the blizzard in New York City 
to visit its many great art museums as 
part of the Fine Arts Interim Project. 

Mrs. Georgia Cox established an 
annual Camilla Cox Painting Award to 
be given in memory of her daughter. 
Two students, Elizabeth Benton and 
Fatina Phelps, won the awards of $250 
each in 1977. 



Top: Mrs. Georgia Cox works on her painting. 
Above: Mr. Larry Ray. 



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Right: In lab Dr. Robert Carlton goes over results 

with Doug Booth and Jane Spencer. 

Below: Dr. Lois Lord utilizes the out-of-doors to 

stress classroom concepts. 





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Biology 
Department 
Reinstates 
AIBS 



Under the guidance of the Biology 
Department, interested students 
reinstated the Lambuth Chapter of the 
American Institute of Biological 
Sciences. This group had been inactive 
on campus for several years. 

The department again made 
extensive use of the Oxley Field 
Station, taking several field trips in 
both regular semester courses and 
interim courses. 



Above /eft: Mrs. Jo Booth. 

Left: Dr. James Davis exhibits preserved 

specimens to his students. 



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Business 

Department 

Receives 

National 

Recognition 



For combining liberal arts and 

career majors in a church-related 

environment, Lambuth was featured in 

several periodicals during the year. 

Such programs as Bank Management, 

Women in Banking, and Computer 

Data Processing were noted. 

Dr. Bob Barnesjoined the Business 

Department in the fall of 1977 as 

Chairman. He instituted several new 

priorities for the Department, 

including the Free/Private Enterprise 

Program, the January Interim Studies 

Program, and advertisements of the 

department and its services. 





Top: Mr. Henry Alsobrook returns test papers to his class. 

Above: Discussing new textbooks with Tony Rampley is Dr. Delbert Hurst. 



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Left: Mr. Jerry Peters helps Cindy Ferguson with 

a computer program. 

Below left: Mr. Quinton Hoffman and Lisa 

Pannell work out her class schedule. 

Below: Dr. Bob Barnes. 




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Above right: Dr. Walter B. Helms. 

Right: Ms. Nancy Johnston. 

Middle right: Dr. Elmer Inman. 

Far right: Mrs. Evelyn Why brew. 




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Education Expands Services 



In connection with expanded services in special education and re-evaluation of al 
elementary and secondary certification programs by the State Department of 
Education, the Education Department underwent self-study and program 
improvement this year. A self-study of the Department was also conducted at the 
same time for the Southern Association of Colleges. 

Dr. Walter E. Helms, Chairman of the Education Department, served as 
Chairman of the Education Committee for the 1977 Tennessee Constitutional 
Convention. 





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English 

Department 

Hosts 

Tennessee 

Philological 

Association 






Top this page: Mrs. Susan Richardson Hudacek assists Edith Norton with her term paper. 

Above left: Dr. Bob Hazlewood emphasizes a point during a conference with a student. 

Above: Dr. Charles Mayo enjoys a spring day with students. 

Top right opposite page: Dr. John DeBruyn. 

Right: Dr. Annie Lou Smith. 

Far right: Mrs. Grace Whetstone. 



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This year the English Department 
hosted and participated in the 
Tennessee Philological Association. At 
the meeting. Dr. Charles Mayo 
presented a paper. 

Also this year, the members of the 
Department received promotions. Dr. 
Annie Lou Smith was promoted to 
Professor of English, and Mrs. Susan 
Hudacek was promoted to Assistant 
Professor of English. 





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Family Development 
Specializes 



As a part of the Institutional Self-Study Program, the Family Development 

Department worked to improve its contributions to the curriculum. For example, it 

worked to develop a number of specializations within the areas of Family 

Development. 



Right: Mrs. Nelle Cobb. 
Below: Mrs. June Creasy admires peacock feathers with Mina Payne. 





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Interims Introduce Languages 




In order to give a brief introduction 
to foreign languages, functional 
interims in both French and German 
were offered in January. These interim 
classes presented basic information on 
the languages and utilized, in addition 
to classroom work, the language lab for 
further development of skills. 





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Top: Mrs. Marion Jones prepares tapes for her Spanish classes. 

Above: Mr. Loren McCullar and Perry Allen Redfearn read German books. 

Above right: Mrs. Huguette Craft discusses an assignment with a student in the language lab. 



129 




Wirth 

Joins 

Political 

Science 

Program 



The fall semester opened with a new 
face in the History and Political 
Science Department with Dr. Rex 
Wirth joining to serve as Assistant 
Professor of Political Science. 

The History Department, along with 
Phi Alpha Theta, sponsored a trip to 
New Orleans to view the King Tut 
exhibit. Other trips related to classes 
included a visit to Shiloh National 
Military Park. 



Above right: Dr. Rex Wirth. 
Right: Dr. B. R. Coleman. 




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Below: Mr. David Snipes. 
Below right: Mr. Robert Mathis. 





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Mathematics-Physics 

Department 

Develops Skills 



Aware that many of today's graduates have not developed the cognitive skills 

necessary in mathematics, and proud of its academic standards during the present 

time of grade inflation, the Mathematics and Physics department filled many needs 

of students. Significantly, the department offered a pre-engineering program to 

prepare students for professional school. In addition, plans to introduce 

microcomputers were finalized and will be used next year in the department. 



Right: Dr. Ken Yancey. 

Below: Mrs. Isinell Newbill aids Susan Dawkins and Elizabeth Durrett with a math problem. 

Below right: Mr. Spence Dupree works out a formula for his class. 






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Library 
Science 
Offers 
Certification 



The Library Science program, 
meeting the needs of students now 
completing their certification 
requirements in the field and those who 
are already certified teachers but who 
wish to further their education with a 
degree in library science, offered 
several courses necessary for that 
certification. Under the supervision of 
the Education Department, the library 
science program is fully accredited by 
the state. 



Above left: Ms. Ruth Ann Grant. 
Left: Mrs. Judy Hazlewood. 
Below: Mrs. Sara Pechonick. 




Music 

Department 

Presents 

Programs 

in the South 





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Left: Mr. Dick Brown and Sally Jo Carl go aver a musical number. 

Below left: Dr. Jo Fleming and organ students Don Greishemer. Perry Allen Redfearn, Jack Hearn. and 

Deward Rahm. 




The Music Department remained 
active this year by presenting 
numerous programs not only in the 
Jackson area, but also in other states. 

The Jazz Band, conducted by Mr. 
Dick Brown, played at home basketball 
games, at church and civic club 
meetings in Jackson, and participated 
in the Cerebral Palsy Telethon, and 
Jackson Parks Commission Outdoor 
Concert. The Concert Band, also 
conducted by Mr. Brown, presented 
Winter and Spring Concerts on campus 
and toured high schools and junior 
colleges in Tennessee and Arkansas in 
the spring. 

Under the direction of Dr. Jo 
Fleming, the Concert and Touring 
Choirs presented the Christmas 
Candlelight Service and the Spring 
Concert. In addition, the Touring 
Choir traveled to Florida in April to 
present programs at schools and 
churches. 




Top: Dr. Don Hunycutt gives a piano lesson. 
Above: Mr. Frank Coulter. 



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Pechonick 
Joins 

Chemistry 
Staff 




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Mr. John Pechonick joined the 

Chemistry Department this year, 

teaching General Chemistry courses. 

With the addition of this new staff 

member, new courses were offered to 

expand the Physical Science and 

Chemistry program. 



Top right: Dr. Ronnie Barnes checks an 

astronomy chart. 

Above: Dr. James Beasley explains a chemistry 

equation to a student. 

Middle right: Dr. George Edwards aids James 

Cooper in mixing a formula. 

Right: Mr. John Pechonick and Ben Anderson 

run an experiment. 





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Psychology 
Revises 
for 
Freshmen 



In a move to aid students in applying 
psychological principles to life in 
college, the Psychology Department 
revised the Contemporary Psychology 
class, and opened it to Freshmen. 
Revisions were concerned primarily 
with orientation towards 
understanding and adjustment to 
college life. 

The General Psychology class was 
taughf this year by team teaching with 
an emphasis on discussion groups for 
added class participation. 

Finally, Mr. Lome Semrou joined 
the department as a part-time 
instructor. 



Top: Dr. Harry Berryman. 

Above: Dr. Lewis Snellgrove talks with Ray Tresler over morning coffee. 



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Above left: Mr. Roscoe Williams. Athletic Director. 
Above: Mrs. Norma Ellis shows Sue Jones the proper arm position for her serve. 



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Physical 

Education 

Offers 

Coaching 

Interim 



In order to give students an in-depth 
view of the responsibilities of coaching, 
the Physical Education Department 
offered an interim on coaching. The 
project covered many aspects of 
coaching, allowing students themselves 
to schedule and budget trips, select 
officials and squads, and care for 
equipment. Discussions on coaching 
ethics and philosophy were also held. 



Above left: Coach Jack Russell intently watches 
the action on the baseball field. 
Left: Dr. Charles Bray gives credit to the origin 
of his coaching philosophy. 



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Religion Department Sponsors Seminar 

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In March the Religion Department sponsored a "Seminar for the Laity: Christian Faith and the Startling Future." This seminar 

was led by Dr. Roger L. Shinn, Professor of Theology at Vanderbilt Divinity School and Dean of Instruction and Acting President 

of Union Seminary. The seminar was made possible by the Cooper Endowment for the Theological Education of the Laity, 

established in 1977. 



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Below right: Dr. Gene Davenport and George Chien discuss a Hebrew test. 
Below: Dr. Russel! Mclntire. 





Opposite: Above left: Dr. Paul Blankenship. 

Far left: Dr. Kenneth Wilkerson makes a point to his class. 



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In July, 1977, Dr. Rodger A. Bates 
was named Chairperson of the 
Department of Sociology, Social Work, 
and Family Development. Additions to 
that department were Ms. Joy Finney, 
instructor in Social Work, and Mrs. 
Anita Fletcher, lecturer of Family 
Development. 
Results from the Institutional Self- 
Study Program contributed to 
improvement in all areas of the 
department. The Family Development 
Division adopted a number of 
specializations within its areas. The 
Social Work division promoted student 
involvement and participation in local 
and regional social work associations 
and work shops. The Sociology 
Department continued to involve 
students in regional and national 
meetings and in sponsorship of the 
West Tennessee Under-graduate 
Sociological Symposium held at 
Lambuth during the spring. 



Top: Ms. Joy Finney. 
Right: Mr. Tommy Tanner counsels a student in 

his office. 



Bates Becomes Department Head 





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Below: Mr. Gaylon Greer takes time out to chat with his daughters at Lambuth. Penny and Pam. 
Below right: Dr. Rodger Bates. 





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Drama Department 
Develops Exchange Program 





Above left: Mr. Dalton Eddleman. 
Above: Building sets is one of Mr. Newton Neely's many duties. 



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This year, in an unique exchange 
program, the Lambuth Drama 
Department and the Wesleyan Players 
from Kentucky Wesleyan College in 
Owensboro, Kentucky, exchanged 
performances. The Lambuth 
department presented Outcry by 
Tennessee Williams for three nights at 
Kentucky Wesleyan in March, and in 
April the Wesleyan Players presented 
Edward J. Moore's The Seahorse in the 
Lambuth Theatre. 

In February, the department 
sponsored the annual Forensics 
Tournament for West Tennessee high 
schools. 



Top: Mr. Jesse Byrum assists Anita Davis in 
learning her lines. 

Left: Mr. Newton Neely and Mark Webber work 
on a set for a play. 







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ATHLETICS 
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ATHLETICS 
ATHLETICS 
ATHLETICS 
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Baseball Team Places 
Third in VSAC 



Third place in the Western Division of the VSAC was awarded the 1976-77 Varsity 

Baseball Team coached by Jack Russell. Defeating cross-town rival Union 

University in two games, the team ended the season with an 18-9 record. The team 

also put in a good showing during a week-long road trip to Florida. 

Although two outstanding players graduated last spring, the team shows much 

promise, and Coach Russell feels that this year's team is within reach of the VSAC 

title in 1978. 



Right: Coach Jack Russell. 

Below: 1978 Varsity Baseball Team: (Seated, left to right) Scott Turner. Billy DeBerry. John Croom, Gary 

Reed. Mike Adderly. Tim Taylor. Ricky Brinkley. Bruce Maddox. (Kneeling) Bill Rogers. Ed Tanzi. Tony 

Cacciaputi. Donny Andriano. John Burgi. David Miller. Chip Gaffney. Robbie Brison, Russ Mills. Terry 

Smith. (Standing) Richard Murphy. Ed Glover. Terry Bachman. Tommy Martin. Austin Fesmire. Bob 

Van Meter. Alan Sanders. Joe Wallace. Randy Hostetler, Jeff Schippman, Ron Driver, David Morris. 

MikeSnure. 





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Below: An opposing team member is out at Ed 
Tanzi's base. 







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Above right: Alan Sanders winds up his pitch. 
Right: Chip Gaffney waits at the plate. 



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Right: From the dugout Lambuth players watch 

the game. 

Below: A Lambuth player heads for second base. 




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Above right: Hamblette Cocke stands ready in the 

batter's box. 
Right: Eagles' defense against Trojans. 




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Volleyball Team 

Places Second in Tournament 



The 1978 Varsity Volleyball Team ended the season with an impressive 21-16 
record. With four returning players, the girls were able to pull their skills together 
and to concentrate on offensive strategy. Coached by Mrs. Norma Ellis, the team 
finished second in the Austin Peay tournament where both Nancy LePinnet and 
Melodie Schmidt were named All-Tournament players. 



Left: Kathy Gibeault prepares to serve the ball. 

Below: 1978 Varsity Volleyball Team: (Kneeling, left to right) Kathy Gibeault. Lisa Davis. Leda Whitwell. 
Joanne Hughes, Kay Jeu, Susan Shires. (Standing) Mrs. Norma Ellis. Ginny Stockton. Marcia Lewis. 
Melodie Schmidt. David Bartlett. Nancy LePinnet, Lisa Pannell. Karen Holley. Debbie Ward. 




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Below: Nancy LePinnet pushes the ball over the 

net. 

Right: Melodie Schmidt reaches for a spike. 

Bottom: Team members and Coach Ellis view the 

action on court. 






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Prospects 

Bright 

for Next Year 



Because the volleyball team is losing 
only Joanne Hughes in May 
graduation, the prospects for a winning 
season next fall are outstanding. With 
eleven returning players, the team 
should have even more strength and 
experience. 



Left: Mrs. Norma Ellis gives tips to team 

members at a match. 

Below left: During time-out the team discusses 

game strategy. 

Below: Nancy LePinnet waits for the ball. 





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Cheerleaders 



Headed by co-captains Tea McGhee 

and Penny Greer, the 1977-78 

Cheerleading Squad promoted spirit 

among Lambuth fans. The all-girl 

squad showed its support for both 

varsity basketball teams by leading 

cheers and performing stunts at all ball 

games. 

Lambuth mascots Gary Schumacher 

and Cynthia Dorton aided the 

cheerleaders in boosting participation 

of the crowd at the games. 






Above: Cheerleaders perform during a time-out. 
Top left: Teressa Briley. 
Top right: Tea McGhee. 



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Promote Spirit 






Top: Luanne Gowan and Kay Jeu. 
Left: Benita DuPree and Eartha Grimes. 
Above: Chandra Brugh and Debbie Kersey. 



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Eagles Post 
Disappointing Record 



Although ending the season with a 13-16 record, the 1977-78 Men's Varsity 

Basketball Team did not fail to play exciting games. With a large number of 

freshman players, the Eagles improved on their games as the year progressed. Terry 

Martin led in scoring with an average of 22.1 points per game and also pulled down 

252 rebounds during the season. 

With a year's experience behind them. Coach Charles "Pepper" Bray feels 

confident that next year will produce a winning season. 



Right: Adrian Nathaniel keeps the ball away from a Union player. 

Below: 1977-78 Men's Varsity Basketball Team: (Kneeling, left to right) George Lanier, LaTaryl Diggins. 

Tom Hammond. Randall Moore. Joe McFarland, David Bartlett. (Standing) David Delk, Ray Walters, 

John Phillips. Terry Martin. Derrick Sykes, Pat Warren, Danny Cole, Adrian Nathaniel, Malcolm 

McKinney, Billy Hancock. Ed Martindale, Coach Charles "Pepper" Bray. 





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Above: Adrian Nathaniel stretches for thejump 
ball. Right: Eagles warm up before a game. 



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Above left: Pat Warren. John Phillips, and Danny 

Cole watch the game. 

Left: Coach "Pepper" Bray explains a game 

strategy. 

Above: Aiming for the basket is Malcolm 

McKinney. 



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Eaglettes Place Second 

in State 



With an outstanding record of 25 wins and only 4 losses, the 1978 Eaglettes played 

a successful season. The returning lettermen combined their skills with incoming 

freshmen and transfer students to finish second in the Small College Division of the 

State tournament. Mr. Jack Russell coached the winning team this year. 



Right: Kim Blurton shoots for two points. 

Below: 1978 Girls' Varsity Basketball Team: (Kneeling, left to right) Betsy Clayton, Lisa Cooke. Donna 

Sweeny. Mary Fuller, Cynthia Potts. Cristy Smith. (Standing) Terry Smith. Kim Blurton, Diannia 

Coleman. Vickie Poston. Gwen Martin. Brenda Moore. Valarie Poston. Coach Jack Russell. 





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Below: Team members express the agony of defeat following a loss to Union. 

Below right: Gwen Martin jumps to make a basket. 

Bottom: Vickie Foston and Diannia Coleman steal the ball from Austin Peay players. 






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Right: Vickie Poston attempts to regain control 

of the ball. 
Below: Valarie Poston prepares to aim for the 

basket. 





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Two Make 
State Team 



After placing second in State 
tournament action, the Eaglettes 
received more when two members of 
the squad were named to the Girls' All 
State Team. Singled out for their 
outstanding play were Gwen Martin 
and Valerie Poston. 



Left: Lambuth and LeMoyne-Owen scramble for 
the ball. 

Bottom: Coach Jack Russell congratulates 
Diannia Coleman on a well-played game. 




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Women Anticipate 



Although the 1977 women's tennis 

team did not produce a very successful 

season, they anticipate a good 

performance this year. Hard practice. 

enthusiasm, and confidence are key 

elements for this year's team. 




Right: Laurie Bales and Kathy Hardawav. 

Below: Dawn Hamn. 

Below right: Members of the 1978 Team: 

(Kneeling) Sue Jones. Nancy LePinnet. (Standing) 

Mrs. Norma Ellis. Debbie Derden. Kathy 

Hardawav. Laurie Bates. 





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Good Season 




Left: Debbie Derden and Nancy LePinnet. 
Below left: Sue Jones. 
Below: Cindy Midyett. 





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Men Earn 

Second 

Place 

in VS AC 

West 



The 1976-77 Men's Varsity Tennis 

team worked hard and boasted a 

winning season. They added to their 

impressive record a second place 

ranking in the Western Division of the 

VSAC. 

With three returning players and 

those recruited by Coach Roscoe 

Williams, the 1977-78 team is looking 

forward to an even better season this 

year. 



Top right: 1978 Men's Varsity Tennis Team: 

(Kneeling, left to right) Ben Anderson. Richard 

Bacon. (Standing) Ernest Lawrence. Tripp 

Cocke. Bill Williams. Randy Bedwell. Coach 

Roscoe Williams. 

Right: Coach Williams shows Richard Bacon the 

proper grip. 





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Left: Bill Williams and Randy Bedwell. 
Below left: Tripp Cocke. Ernest Lawrence, and 
Ben Anderson. 
Below: Tripp Cocke. 





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Intramurals Foster Competition 

Bringing together Greek men and women, and even uniting the independents to some extent, intramurals offered competition 

in various athletic activities during the year. Flagball, volleyball, and basketball were played in the fall, but the spring semester 

found tennis, racketball, badmitton, and softball being played with vigor. A swim meet and cross country race also gave 

opportunity for competition. 




Above: KA's Steve Porter runs with the ball with 

Sig Ep's Brent Patterson in close pursuit. 

Right: Returning the ball for Alpha Xi is Becky 

Ahrens. 




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Above: Terry Bachman goes low to return the ball 

forDI. 

Left: Tripp Cocke keeps a grip on the ball for K A 

in flagball action. 



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Kappa Sigs Dominate Fall Sports 





Kappa Sigma placed first in men's 
flagball, volleyball, and basketball 
competition this fall. In women's 
intramurals, Sigma Kappa won first 
place in volleyball and tied with AOPi 
and DI for first in basketball. 

Swim meet winners were AOPi and 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Kappa Alpha 
captured top honors in cross country. 

Other results were not known until 
the end of the semester. 



Above: Mark Donahoe lunges for the ball in Sig 

Ep-KA action. 

Left: Phillip Dotson returns the ball for Kappa 

Sig. 



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SENIORS 



Charles Lynn Aaron, Jr., Memphis 

Jean Alexander, McKenzie 

Diane Lorene Alfrey, Napervi/le, IL 

Patricia Ann Armour, Olmstead, IL 



Alice M. Arnett, Jackson 

Michael Ford Bailey, Jackson 

Joan L. Banks, Benton, KY 

Ann Barksdale, Memphis 



Judy Leist Beal, Jackson 

Deborah A. Billings, Memphis 

Mary Blow, Milan 

Paul O. Bondi, Lexington 



Gwendolyn Delaine Bonds, Jackson 

Margaret Baldus Boosey, Morrilton, AK 

Pugh Bourne, Jackson 

Sydney LaRue Bradley, Marietta, GA 



Teressa Ann Briley, Jackson 
Mark Edward Brown, Harrisburg, PA 
Chandra Lynn Brugh, Paintsville, KY 

James Spencer Buford, Bells 




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Kelly Louise Burnette, Clarkston, MI 
Nancy Ruth Burrough, Humboldt 
Gennice Butler, Jackson 
Susan Elizabeth Cain, Selmer 



Sally Jo Carl, Corning, NY 
Sharon Anita Carpenter, Memphis 
Karen Lynn Chandler, Memphis 
Charlotte Rose Cox, Jackson 



Gregory A. Chapman, Memphis 
Mary Louise Chatman, Milan 
Roy Dan Clark, Oca la, FL 
Patricia Ann Clifft, Spring Creek 



Edwin W. Cocke, III, Memphis 
Marshall Lynn Coffman, Memphis 
Danny Howard Cole, Bolivar 
Jere H. Cole, Jackson 



Laura Leigh Comes, Memphis 
Emily M. Crabtree, Jackson 
Amy Lea Crawley, Decaturville 
Caye Frances Crenshaw, Millington 



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SENIORS 



Charles Hoyt Crider, Jackson 

Steven C. Curry, Clarkston, MI 

Gayle Lee Davis, Arlington, KY 

Jacqueline Rhene Davis, Jackson 



Lorena Elsie Davis, Bardwell, KY 

Rhonda Harris Davis, Finger 

Phillip L. Dotson, Ripley 

John Stephen Douglass, Jackson 



Donald Allan DuBose, Memphis 

Judy M. Elam, Jackson 

Edward James Esterman, Jr., Memphis 

Leslie Susanna Fisher, Haines City, FL 




Susan Foote, Jackson 

Emma Elizabeth Garland, Jackson 

Mark Garrett, Bolivar 

Rebecca Jo Gehres, Robert, NY 



Tim Goldsmith, Memphis 

Cynthia Suetta Granderson, Memphis 

Sherry Joella Grice, Lexington 

Frances Sue Griffin, Arlington 




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Brenda Dawn Hamm, Selmer 
William Ray Hancock, Nashville 
Susan Elizabeth Hayes, Memphis 
Marcia Gail Hill, Memphis 



Ann Wagner Hollis, Stanton 
Deborah Kay Home, Mi/lington 
Ben Fred House, Jr., Jackson 
Cynthia Dugger House, Jackson 



Joanne Hughes, Memphis 
Donna Louise Hurt, Jackson 
John Rush Jeffrey, Memphis 
Richard Marion Johnsey, Jackson 




Joseph Ronald Johnson, Memphis 
Wiley Burkett Jones, Jackson 
Barbara Ann Kugler, Monroeville, PA 
James Kurkimilis, Smithtown, NY 



Terrence Harvey Kuykendall, Humboldt 
Judy Ann Kyle, Humboldt 
Peggy L. Lamen, Gadsden 
Donna Lynn Laster, Scotts Hill 



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Marianne Lawrence, Jackson 

Mary Angela Lewis, Huntingdon 

Sara Elizabeth Locke, Columbia 

Linda Gail Loftin, Columbia 



Judith Ann Luther, Memphis 

Bruce Albert Maddox, Winter Park, FL 

Thomas E. Marbury, Jackson 

Janice H. Matthews. Jackson 




Scott Martin Mattson, Crystal Lake, IL 

Elizabeth R. Mayhall, Crystal River, FL 

Elizabeth Lynn McAllister, Nashville 

James D. McCaferty, Jackson 



Jane Gorden McClary, Knoxville 

John B. McCready, Alliance, OH 

Virginia H. McKinnie. Memphis 

Mark Conway Medlin, Hartford, KY 



Kim lone Mercer, Memphis 

Cynthia J. Midgett, Memphis 

Nancy Carol Miller, Jackson 

Thomas Paul Miller, Jr., Jackson 




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SENIORS 




Robert Douglas Monk, Short Hills, NJ 

Vickie Montgomery, Nashville 

Martha Morris, Jackson 

Lloyd Tapuwa Mudiwa, Mutambara, Rhodesia 



Mary Diane Muller, Jackson 

Cheryl Neal, Manchester 

N. Brooks New, Jackson 

Felix Ike Nwokeji, Amorka, Anambra State, Nigeria 




Laura Jean Penny, Temecula, CA 
Fatina Belle Phelps, Jackson 
Janet Lynn Phelps, Covington 
Julie Fowler Polk, Savannah 



Elaine Porter, Millington 
Marybeth Post, Stamford, NY 
Rodney Wesley Price, Jackson 
Don Read, Jackson 



Perry Allen Redfearn, Somerville 
Debra Lynn Rivers, Columbia 
Bamby Lynn Russell, Jackson 
Alan Clark Sanders, Paducah, KY 



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SENIORS 



Lonnie Charles Seals, Memphis 

Sharon Sherwood, Cooler, MO 

Teresa J. Shoemaker, Memphis 

Sena Y. Sims, Chicago, IL 



Gary Lynn Smith, Trenton 

Gerry Ann Smith, Jackson 

Ronald David Smith, Memphis 

Terry Glynn Smith, Trenton 



Ronald M. Spears, Pulaski 

Jane Ellen Spencer, Jackson 

Ramona S. Stevenson, Brownsville 

Sandra Ann Stone, Lexington 



William Lee Taylor, Columbia 

Gregory R. Thomas, Milan 

James Thomas, Lexington 

Ann Threlkeld, Memphis 



Joy Elaine Tiffin, Memphis 

Rodney Allan Tubbs, Memphis 

Reba Waddy, Villa Ridge, IL 

Karen Scott Wagner, Stanton 




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Nina Hill Yeiser, Savannah 



Molly Victoria Wagster, Jackson 
Patricia Alison Walker, Selmer 
Scott Leland Wallace, Memphis 
Patrick H. Warren, Owenshoro, KY 



Wayne Olin Warren, Huntingdon 
George Edward Weddle, Denmark 
Sandra Lynn White, Memphis 
James Robin Winge, Tampa, FL 




Senior class officers Tripp Cocke. Don DuBose. 
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CHARLES LYNN AARON. JR. 

Religion 

Dean's List: Vision Editorial Board; Freshman 

Class Vice-President; Senior Class Treasurer; 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; I FC Vice-President; KDK. 

JEAN ALEXANDER 

General Business 

Phi Mu — Arts and Activities Chairman. 

DIANE LORENE ALFREY 

Social Work 

Campus Congregation. 

PATRICIA ANN ARMOUR 

Business Education 

Black Student Union; BSU Food Committee; 

Visitation Committee. 

ALICE M.ARNETT 

Elementary Education 



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MICHEAL FORD BAILEY 

Religion 

JOAN L. BANKS 

Social Work 

Alpha Xi Delta — Historian, Marshall, Rush 

Secretary. Ritual, Scholarship, and Philantropy 

Chairman. 

ANN BARKSDALE 

Social Work 

Varsity Tennis; AOPi; Panhellenic President. 

JUDY LEIST BEAL 
Bank Management 



DEBORAH A. BILLINGS 

Music Education 

Touring Choir; Sigma Kappa 



Registrar. 



MARY BLOW 

Music Education 

Touring Choir; Visitation Committee; Student 

Youth Coordinator. 

PAULO. BONDI 

Management 

GWENDOLYN DELAINE BONDS 

Social Work 

MARGARET BALDUS BOOSEY 

Elementary Education 

PUGH BOURNE 

Physical Education 

SYDNEY LARUE BRADLEY 

Social Work 

Freshman Class President; SGA Sensitivity 
Committee Secretary; 4th Maid Miss Lambuth, 
1975: Phi Mu — Standards Chairman: Sig Ep 
Golden Hearts. 

TERESSA ANN BRILEY 
Speech and Drama 

Lambuth Theatre; Alpha Xi Delta — Historian, 
Songleader, Marshall, Membership and Philan- 
thropy Chairman; Alpha Psi Omega — Secre- 




Karen Chandler works on a painting on the cam- 
pus. 

tary. Bacchae; Cheerleader; Panhellenic Coun- 
cil: WLAM: State YTC President. 

MARK EDWARD BROWN 

Interior Design 

Black Student Union — Officer; Choir; Dorm 

Counselor: Jazz Band; Orientation Counselor; 

Coffeehouse Papers; ASID. 

CHANDRA LYNN BRUGH 
Elementary Education 

SNEA — Treasurer; Dorm Council; Cheer- 
leader: Spirit Committee; Dean's List. 

JAMES SPENCER BUFORD 

Hotel and Restaurant Management 

KELLY LOUISE BURNETTE 

Biology 

Campus Congregation. 

NANCY RUTH BURROUGH 

Business Management 

Gamma Beta Phi; Commuter Caucus. 

GENNICE BUTLER 

Music 

SGA — Commuter Student Council, Senator; 
Band: Choir; Basketball; BSU — Officer; Sum- 
mer Stock Vocalist. 



SUSAN ELIZABETH CAIN 

English 

Gamma Beta Phi; Omicron Phi Tau; Lambda 

lota Tau; Phi Alpha Theta; Phi Mu. 

SALLY JO CARL 

Hotel and Restaurant Management 
Dorm Counselor; Orientation Counselor; Stage 
Band; Alpha Xi Delta — President, Quill Chair- 
man, Panhellenic Representative; Panhellenic 
Council. 



SHARON ANITA CARPENTER 
Social Work 

KAREN LYNN CHANDLER 
Biology 

Phi Mu — Recording Secretary; Gamma Beta 
Phi — President: Sig Ep Golden Hearts; Omi- 
cron Phi Tau: American Chemical Society. 

CHARLOTTE ROSE COX 

Elementary Education 

Campus Congregation; KDK; SNEA. 

GREGORY A. CHAPMAN 
Chemistry 

Kappa Sigma — Grand Master of Ceremonies; 
Grand Treasurer; Varsity Baseball; American 
Chemical Society; Gamma Beta Phi; IFC Presi- 
dent. 

MARY LOUISE CHATMAN 

Banking Management 

ROY D.CLARK 

Accounting 

Omicron Phi Tau; Gamma Beta Phi. 

PATRICIA ANN CLIFT 

Elementary Education 
SNEA: Student Caucus. 

EDWIN W.COCKE. Ill 

Sociology 

Kappa Alpha; Harvest; Varsity Tennis; Cheer- 
leader; Orientation and Entertainment Commit- 
tees: Campus Congregation; Sociology Club — 
Officer. 

MARSHALL LYNN COFFMAN 
Mathematics 

Omicron Phi Tau; Gamma Beta Phi — Vice- 
President; Campus Congregation Council; 
Lambda Iota Tau. 

DANNY HOWARD COLE 

Political Science 
Basketball. 



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JERE H.COLE 
Data Processing 

LAURA LEIGH COMES 

Biology 

Sigma Kappa; Sig Ep Golden Hearts; Campus 
Congregation; Worship and Activities Commit- 
tees; Sophomore Class Secretary; Dorm Council 
— Vice-President; Lantern Staff. 

EMILY M.CRABTREE 

Elementary Education 

AMY LEA CRAWLEY 

Business Data Processing 
AOPi. 

CAYE FRANCES CRENSHAW 

Elementary Education 

Freshman Class Treasurer; Campus Congrega- 
tion Council; Dorm Vice-President; Sigma 
Kappa; Orientation Counselor; FOCUS Com- 
mittee; KDK. 

CHARLES HOYT CRIDER 

Piano 

STEVEN C.CURRY 

Math 



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GAYLE LEE DAVIS 

Accounting 

Lantern — Assistant to the Editor, Photographic 
Editor. Business Manager, Editor; Gamma Beta 
Phi — Chapter and State Vice-President; Dorm 
Council: Visitation Committee; Campus Congre- 
gation: Dean's List; Competitive Honor Scholar- 
ship. 

JACQUELINE RHENE DAVIS 

Social Work 

LORENA ELSIE DAVIS 

Elementary Education 

Omicron Phi Tau; Academic Marshall. 

RHONDA HARRIS DAVIS 

Elementary Education 

PHILLIP L.DOTSON 

Chemistry 

Cheerleader: Kappa Sigma — Grand Scribe, 
Grand Procurator; Dean's List: Hyde Scholar; 
IFC Representative. 

JOHN STEPHEN DOUGLASS 

Psychology 

DONALD ALLEN DUBOSE 

Business Management 

Senior Class President; Junior Class Treasurer; 

Kappa Alpha — No. II, No. V, Rush Chairman, 

House Manager. Council of Honor. 



LESLIE SUSANNA FISHER 

Speech and Hearing Therapy 
Alpha Psi Omega — President; Touring Choir; 
Visitation, Miss Lambuth Committees; Miss 
Lambuth Contestant; Bacchea Advisory Board, 
Lambuth Theatre; College Recruitment Advi- 
sory Board: Vision Staff; Sigma Kappa — Song 
Leader, Philanthropy and Money Making Chair- 
man. 

SUSAN FOOTE 
Art Education 

Secretary of Entertainment; Junior Class Vice- 
President; Dorm President; Lantern — Photo- 
graphic Editor; Miss Lambuth, Entertainment, 
Community Affairs, Academic Affairs, Food 
Committees: Touring Band; Dean's List; 
Orchestra "Oklahoma"; AOPi — Co-Historian, 
Chapter Relations, Projects and Activities Chair- 
man. Keeper of the Ritual, Assistant Rush Chair- 
man, Best Pledge: ASID. 



JUDY M.ELAM 

Accounting 

EDWARDJAMESESTERMAN.JR. 

Accounting 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; IFC President. 



EMMA ELIZABETH GARLAND 

Sociology 

SGA Senator; Gamma Beta Phi; Academic 

Affairs Committee; Sociology Club; Phi Mu — 

President. 

MARK GARRETT 

Chemistry 

Kappa Sigma — Pledge Educator, Grand Procu- 
rator, Grand Master; IFC Representative. 

REBECCA JO GEHRES 

Biology 

Dorm Council; Dean's List; Intramural Volley- 
ball. 

TIM GOLDSMITH 

Sociology 

Sophomore Class President; Student Affairs 
Long-Range Planning, Miss Lambuth, Entertain- 
ment Committees: Kappa Alpha — President, 
Vice-President; Dorm Secretary; Orientation 
Counselor. 

CYNTHIA SUETTA GRANDERSON 

Political Science 

FOCUS, Special Events Committees; Dorm 
Vice-President: SNEA — Secretary; SGA-BSU 
Lobbyist; Black Student Union. 

SHERRY JOELLA GRICE 

Elementary Education 

FRANCES SUE GRIFFIN 

Family Development 

SGA — Secretary; Miss Lambuth, Library, 
Food, Awards, Health Services, Trustee, Parents' 
Weekend Committees; Omicron Phi Tau; 
Gamma Beta Phi — Secretary; Home Econs — 
Treasurer. Vice-President. President; Tenn. 
Home Economics Association — State 1st Vice- 
President; American Home Economics Associa- 
tion: Cooperative Education Board; Lantern 
Staff. 



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Art 

Varsity Tennis; ASID. 

WILLIAM RAY HANCOCK 

Marketing 

Varsity Basketball; Gamma Beta Phi; 

List: Kappa Sigma. 



Dean's 



SUSAN ELIZABETH HAYES 

English 

AOPI — Pledge President, All-Sing Director, 
Corresponding Secretary; SGA — Senator, Pres- 
ident: Dorm Counselor; Phi Alpha Theta — Sec- 
retary; Lambda Iota Tau — Vice-President; 
Gamma Beta Phi; Omicron Phi Tau. 

MARCIAGAILHILL 

Social Work 

Gamma Beta Phi — Treasurer; Omicron Phi 

Tau; Dean's List. 

ANN WAGNER HOLLIS 

Data Processing 

Lambda Iota Tau; Gamma Beta Phi. 

DEBORAH KAY HORNE 

Bank Management 

Home Econs — Secretary, Treasurer; Miss Lam- 
buth. Food Committees; Vision Staff. 

BEN FRED HOUSE. JR. 

Data Processing 
Kappa Alpha. 

CYNTHIA DUGGER HOUSE 

General Business 
AOPi, KA Sweethearts. 

JOANNE HUGHES 

Chemistry 

Touring Choir; Volleyball; Vision Staff. 

DONNA LOUISE HURT 

Accounting 



BRENNA DAWN HAMM 



JOHN RUSH JEFFREY 

Psychology 

Junior Class President, Kappa Alpha — No. V; 

Gamma Beta Phi: Campus Congregation. 

RICHARD MARION JOHNSEY 

Social Work 

Commuter Student Caucus; Entertainment 

Committee. 

JOSEPH RONALD JOHNSON 

Religion 

Kappa Delta Kappa — President: Omicron Phi 
Tau: Gamma Beta Phi; Academic Affairs Com- 
mittee: Campus Congregation Council; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon — Pledge Class President. Academic 
Chairman. Vice-President. 

WILEY BURKETT JONES 

History 

Theatre: Alpha Psi Omega. 



K 



BARBARA ANN KUGLER 

Accounting 

Gamma Beta Phi: Omicron Phi Tau: Varsity 



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Volleyball — Co-Captain: Vision Staff: Athletic 
Affairs Committee. 

JAMES KURKIMILIS 

Music 

Jazz Band: Kaliedoscope; Pep Band. 

TERRENCE HARVEY KUYKENDALL 

Elementary Education 

JUDY ANN KYLE 

Business Education 

Dean*s List: Gamma Beta Phi. 



PEGGY L. LAMEN 
Business Data Processing 

DONNA LYNNE LASTER 

Elementary Education 

Phi Mu Fraternity Information Chairman; 

SNEA. 

MARIANNE LAWRENCE 

Management 

MARY ANGELA LEWIS 

Elementary Education 

SARA ELIZABETH LOCKE 

Art and Interior Design 

Cheerleader: Homecoming Queen; AOPi: Miss 

Lambuth 3rd Maid: ASID — Vice-President. 

President. 

Fulfilling a music major requirement, Mary Blow 
2ives her recital. 




LINDA GAIL LOFTIN 

Psychology 

Kaleidoscope: Touring Choir: Phi Mu — Social 

Chairman: Dorm Counselor; Gamma Beta Phi. 

JUDITH ANN LUTHER 

Social Work 

Touring Choir; Harvest: Tennis Team; Intramu- 
ral Basketball and Volleyball: Published Paper 
January. 1977. Sociological Symposium. 



M 



BRUCE ALBERT MADDOX 

Business Administration 
Baseball. 

THOMAS E.MARBURY 

Bank Management 

JANICE H. MATTHEWS 

Social Work 

Omicron Phi Tau: Gamma Beta Phi. 

SCOTT MARTIN MATTSON 

American Studies 
Baseball: Golf Team. 

ELIZABETH R. MAYHALL 

Bank Management 

ELIZABETH LYNN MCALISTER 
Social Work 

AOPi — Pledge Class Secretary, Philanthropic 
Chmn.. Corresponding Secretary. President; KA 
Rose: KA Sweethearts Club; Gamma Beta Phi; 
SGA Secretary of Communications; Freshman 
Class Secretary: Senior Class Secretary; Orienta- 
tion Committee. 

JAMES D. MCCAFERTY 

Management 

JANEGORDEN MCCLARY 

Interior Design 

ASID: Gamma Beta Phi: Phi Mu Treasurer. 

Room Chairman, Social Chairman. Recording 

Secretary. 

JOHN B. MCCREADY 

Hotel and Restaurant Management 
Swimming Team: Golf. 

VIRGINIA H. MCKINNIE 

English 

FOCUS Committee: Student Affairs Committee. 

MARK CONWAY MEDLIN 

English/ Psychology 

Touring Choir; Kaleidoscope; Theatre; Campus 
Congregation Council: Student Affairs, Orienta- 
tion. Special Events Committees: Lambda Iota 
Tau — President: Coffeehouse Papers — Editor; 
Vision Staff: Chapel Organist. 

KIM IONE MERCER 

Math 

Sigma Kappa — Treasurer: Phi Alpha Theta — 
Secretary: Omicron Phi Tau; Gamma Beta Phi; 
Lambda Iota Tau. 

CYNTHIA J. MIDGETT 

Speech and Hearing Therapy 
Tennis Team: Play Productions: Campus Con- 
gregation: SGA — Sensitivity. Miss Lambuth. 
Entertainment Committees: Vision Staff. 



NANCY CAROL MILLER 
Religion 

Campus Congregation — Council President; 
FOCUS. Student Affairs, Board of Trustees Stu- 
dent Committees: SGA — Senator, Secretary of 
Academic Affairs; Junior Class Justice; Sigma 
Kappa — 1st Vice-President. Panhellenic Dele- 
gate; Panhellenic Secretary; LIT; Omicron Phi 
Tau; Gamma Beta Phi, Hyde Scholarship; 
Gooch Scholarship; Orentation Counselor. 

THOMAS PAUL MILLER. JR. 

History 

ROBERT DOUGLAS MONK 

Speech and Drama 
Theatre. 

VICKIE MONTGOMERY 

Bank Management 

Sigma Kappa: Student Affairs, Sensitivity Com- 
mittees: Dean's List; Juvenile Court Tutor; 
Dorm Floor Monitor. 

MARTHA MORRIS 

Elementary Education 

LLOYD TAPUWA MUDIWA 

English/ History 

Phi Alpha Theta; Campus Congregation; Orien- 
tation Counselor: Dorm President. 

MARY DIANE MULLER 

Biology 



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CHERYL NEAL 

Social Work 

N. BROOKS NEW 

Bank Management 

FELIX IKE NWOKEJI 

Accounting 



LAURA JEAN PENNY 

Economics 

AOPi — w Dragma, Public Relations; Golden 
Hearts of Sigma Phi Epsilon: Phi Alpha Theta — 
President: Lambda lota Tau — Secretary/Trea- 
surer: WLAM. 

FATINA BELLE PHELPS 

Art 

Varsity Basketball: Student Affairs; Volleyball; 

BSU — Secretary. Treasurer. Executive Officer. 

JANET LYNN PHELPS 

English 

AOPi — Philanthropic Chairman. Chapter Rela- 
tions: SGA — Secretary of Academic Affairs: 
Dorm President. Counselor: Lambda Iota Tau: 
Gamma Beta Phi: Omicron Phi Tau; Touring 
Choir. Band: Interim. Visitation Committees; 
I 'ision Editor. 

JULIE FOWLER POLK 

Elementary Education 

ELAINE PORTER 

Elementar\ Education 



MARYBETH POST 

Elementary Education 

Dean's List: SNEA — President. 

RODNEY WESLEY PRICE 

Political Science 

Gamma Beta Phi: Phi Alpha Theta; Omicron 
Phi Tau: Black Student Union: SGA — Senator: 
Sensitivity. Special Events, on Black Student Life 
Committees: Orientation Counselor. 



R 



DON READ 
Social Work 

PERRY ALLEN REDFEARN 

Church Music 
Touring Choir. 

DEBRALYNN RIVERS 

Mathematics 

Band: Touring Choir: Vision — Business Man- 
ager: Phi Mu — Historian. Alumnae Relations. 
Reporter: Panhellenic — Treasurer. Vice-Presi- 
dent: Gamma Beta Phi: Phi Alpha Theta - 
Treasurer: Miss Lambuth Contestant: Sigma Phi 
Epsilon Golden Heart — Secretary; Visitation 
Committee. 

BAMBY LYNN RUSSELL 
Psychology 



ALAN CLARK SANDERS 

Business Administration 

Dorm Council: Baseball: Omicron Phi Tau. 

LONN1E CHARLES SEALS 

History 

Intramural Track: Black Student Union. 

SHARON SHERWOOD 

Bank Management 

Phi Mu — Pledge Class President. Panhellenic 
Delegate: Intramurals Chairman: Social Chair- 
man. Public Relations Chairman: SGA — Trea- 
surer. Visitation Committee. Board of Trustees: 
Junior Class Secretary. 

TERESA J. SHOEMAKER 

Social Work 

Black Student Union. 



TERRY GLYNN SMITH 
Psychology 

SGA — Senator. Vice-President; Outstanding 
Senator: Dorm Vice-President. Secretary; Direc- 
tor of Student Services Administration Commit- 
tee: Board of Trustees Student Member: Varsity 
and Women's Basketball Manager; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon: Dean's List. 

RONALD M. SPEARS 
Sociology 

Sigma Phi Epsilon: Kaleidoscope; Gamma Beta 
Phi: Touring Choir. 

JANE ELLEN SPENCER 

Biology 

Gamma Beta Phi: Omicron Phi Tau; Outstand- 
ing Freshman Award: Student Affairs. Awards. 
Library. Orientation. Long Range Planning. 
Committees: Orientation Counselor: Dorm Pres- 
ident: Basketball; AOPi — Panhellenic Delegate. 
Panhellenic Vice-President. Fraternity Educa- 
tion. Alumnae Relations. Vice-President. Pledge 
Trainer. 

RAMON A S. STEVENSON 

Education 

SANDRA ANN STONE 

Social Work 



WILLIAM LEETAYLOR 

Math and Pre-Engineering 

Jazz Band: Touring Choir: Gamma Beta Phi — 
State and National Convention: SGA — Sena- 
tor. Outstanding Senator Award: Food. Commu- 
nication. Library Committees: Dorm President. 

GREGORY R. THOMAS 

Elementary Education 

JAMES THOMAS 

Marketing 

ANN THRELKELD 

Elementary Education 

Sigma Kappa — Social Chairman; Kappa Sigma 

Sweetheart. 

JOY ELAINETIFFIN 

Political Science 

I 'ision — Reporter. Editor: Lantern — Copy Edi- 
tor. Business Staff: Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Alpha 
Theta: Omicron Phi Tau; Dorm Vice-President; 
Chapel Choir: Competitive Scholarship; Food 
Committee Chairman. 



MOLLY VICTORIA WAGSTER 

Psychology 

Gamma Beta Phi; AOPi — Pledge Class Trea- 
surer. Treasurer. Chapter Relations Committee: 
Orientation Counselor: Student Affairs, Commu- 
nity Affairs Review of Counseling Services. 
Review of Admissions Program Committees; 
SGA — Town Students Advisory Board Chair- 
man: Competitive Scholarship. 

PATRICIA ALISON WALKER 
Biology 

Visitation. Special Events Committees; Home 
Econs: Phi Mu — Registrar. Corresponding Sec- 
retary. 125th Celebration Chairman. Member- 
ship Director. 

SCOTT LELAND WALLACE 

Marketing 
Kappa Alpha. 

PATRICK H.WARREN 

Marketing 

Kappa Sigma — House Manager. Ways and 
Means. Pledge Educator, Intramural Chairman; 
Varsity Basketball. 

WAYNEOLIN WARREN 

Piano 

Kappa Alpha — No. 7. 9: SGA Secretary of 
Entertainment: Miss Lambuth Committee. 
Music Director: Summer Stock; Jazz Band: 
Touring Choir. 

GEORGE EDWARD WEDDLE 

Elementary/Special Education 
SNEA — Secretary. Vice-President: Black Stu- 
dent Union — Executive Officer; Helen Coltrain 
Spirit Award: BSU Talent Show 1st Place; Choir 
Scholarship; Cheerleader; Spirit. Visitation 
Committees: Coffeehouse Papers — Editor. Busi- 
ness Manager: Lantern Staff; SGA — Senator. 
Judicial Council. 

SANDRA LYNN WHITE 

Piano Pedagogy 

Gamma Beta Phi: Preparatory Piano Teacher. 

JAMES ROBIN WINGE 

General Business 

SGA — Senator: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Swimming 

Team. 



NINA HILL YEISER 
Political Science. 



SENA Y.SIMS 

Accounting 

GARY LYNN SMITH 

Mass Communications 

Sigma Phi Epsilon — IFC Representative. Gol- 
den Heart Co-Ordinator. Vice-President: SGA 
Senator: Sports Information Director: Tennis 
Team: Dorm Council: WLAM. 

GERRY ANN SMITH 

Special Education 

Miss Lambuth Committee Chairman: Sigma 

Kappa — 2nd Vice-President. President. 

RONALD DAVIDSMITH 

Political Science 

Kappa Alpha: Gamma Beta Phi. 



RODNEY ALLAN TUBBS 

Chemistr\ 

Varsity Golf Team: Kappa Sigma — President. 



w 



REBA WADDY 

Social Work 
BSU. 

KAREN SCOTT WAGNER 

Chemistry 

Gamma Beta Phi; Omicron Phi Tau; American 

Chemical Society: Intramural Sports; Varsity 

Basketball. 



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Right: Junior class officers: Brent Patterson. 
Dawn Phillips. Elizabeth Helms, and Anil Singh. 




Imeh A. Akpan, Nigeria 

Lazarus Akpanekanem, Nigeria 

Derrick Allen, Memphis 

Ben Anderson, Jackson 

David C. Andrews, Mount Dora, FL 



Gary Austin, Jackson 

Terry Bachman, Maitland, FL 

Kent Bailey, Jackson 

Steve L. Barron, Trenton 

Laurie Bates, Nashville 



James Bevis, Savannah 

Keary Bewick, Valpraiso, IN 

Sarah Black, Maury City 

Griffin Bland, Long Beach, MS 

Gertie Bolds, Jackson 



Patricia Bright, Enville 

Beth Buck, Jackson 

John D. Burgi, Sarcoxie, MO 

Steven Lynn Butler, Jackson 

Chuck Carter, Jr., Bonham, TX 




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JUNIORS 




John Castellaw, Alamo 
Craig Clay, Worthington, OH 
Suzzane Coggins, Memphis 
Michael Cook, Nashville 
Jeannete Cooper, Jackson 
Marcy Cromwell, Paducah, KY 

Robert Davenport, Jackson 
Carol Ann Davis, Alamo 
Charles Davis, Muskogee, OK 
Ruth Davis, Bardwell, KY 
Mary Leslie Dawson, Covington 
Billy DeBerry, Tupelo, MS 

Kim Dixon, Jackson 
Cynthia Dorton, White House 
Patsy Duck, Reagan 
Julia Elder, Jackson 
Edward Ellington, Jackson 
Annita Epperson, Jackson 

Susan Erikson, Jackson 
Betty Essary, Henderson 
Austin Fesmire, Jackson 
Amy Foster, Madison 
Bill Franklin, Covington 
Pat Freeman, Jackson 



Adrienne French, Covington 
Nancy Gannon, Hickman, KY 
Gail Gary, Henderson 
Kathy Gibeault, Westport, CT 
Don Gibson, Parsons 
James Gooch, Yuma 



Jimmy Graves, Jackson 
Robert Greenway, Alamo 
Dorothy Gregory, Gadsden 
Eartha Grimes, Jackson 
John R. Gross, Humboldt 
Kathy Hardaway, Nashville 

Elizabeth Helms, Humboldt 
Linda Henry, Memphis 
Marsha Hilsdon, Memphis 
Karen Holley, Walton, NY 
Jimmy Hughes, Jackson 
Judith T. Humphreys, Jackson 



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Temia Humphreys, Wingo, KY 

Ginger Hunt, Henderson 

Andrea Jeans, Memphis 

James Johnson, Jackson 

Renie Johnson, Millington 

Toya Johnson, Jackson 

Tom Jones, Grenada, MS 

Pam Jones, Jackson 

Sue Jones, Memphis 

Belinda Jordan, Jackson 

Debbie Kersey, Memphis 

Beth Kolwyck, Waverly 



Yoshie K.mosak\, Jackson 

George Langdon, Anfield, CT 

Ernest Lawrence, Jackson 

Mark Lewis, Jackson 

Dennis Lytle, Memphis 




Craig Clay emphasizes the point in the theatre 
production of "Harvey." 




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JUNIORS 



Sharing an umbrella in June are several Miss 
Tennessee contestants, including Miss Lambuth. 
Cecile Wade (second from left). 




Beth Martin, Gallatin 

Billy Massey, Jr., Memphis 

Pat May, Covington 

Elsie McBride, Jackson 

Edward McCollum, Woodland Mills 



David McCrary, Nashville 
John McDonald, Memphis 
Nancy McEwen, Troy 
Teresa McGhee, Memphis 
Malcon McKinney, Jackson 



Rhonda McMillen, Pulaski 
David Melton, Memphis 
Rebecca Mitchell, Jackson 
Gary Nelson, Jackson 
Ginger Newbill, Jackson 



Marsha Oldham, Memphis 

Susan Parker, Belleville, IL 

Pat Pate, Memphis 

Brent Patterson, Kingston, PA 

Cynthia Annette Peddy, Henderson 






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David Melton and Phil Sykes listen to Nancy Miller's ideas at a Campus Congregation Council meeting. 




Dawn Phillips, Memphis 

Jan Pickett, Memphis 

Janet Pipkin, Ripley 

John Powell, Brownsville 

Steven Powell, Decatur, GA 

Larry Ragland, Jackson 

Anthony M. Rampley, Jackson 

Gary Reed, Neosho, MO 

Tommy Reeves, Lexington 

Jayne Rushing, Jackson 

Julie Rybolt, Nashville 

Melodie Schmidt, Babylon, NY 

Michael Scott, Clarksvi/le 
Kristie Sears, Memphis 

Debbie Seiffert, Memphis 

Susan Shires, Memphis 

Anil Singh, Orange, NJ 

Kathe Smith, Collierville 



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JUNIORS 



For Phi Mu at Sigma Kapers, Sara Utterback 
participates in the hula hoop contest. 




Kathy Smith, A lamo 
Ricky Snellgrove, Jackson 
Mike Snure, Winter Park, FL 
Nancy Spears, Greenbriar 
Donda Stallins, Mayjield, KY 
Tony Stephens, Humboldt 

Linda Stewart, Jackson 
Phil Sykes, Paris 
Eddie Thompson, Enville 
Kathryn Tofel, Savannah 
Dwight Tomlin, Jackson 
Sara Utterback, Memphis 

Jane Venters, Huntsville, A L 
Janie Vincent, Jackson 
Cecile Wade, Trenton 
Elizabeth West, Jackson 
Robert Wheeler, Jackson 
Mary White, Jackson 



Greg Wilkerson, Memphis 
Bill Williams, Lebanon 
Norma Yelverton, Jackson 
Gary Young, Alamo 



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SOPHOMORES) 



Mike Adderley, Jackson 

Becky Ahrens, Evansville, IN 

Steve Anderson, Memphis 

Susan Angy, Memphis 

James Barcroft, Brownsville 

Abigail Barnes, Texarkana, TX 

Lora Jean Beck, Se/mer 

Cynthia Bell, Hannibal, MO 

David Bell, Sturgis, KY 

Susan Bland, Long Beach, MS 

Kathryn Blankenship, Jackson 

Jim Blasick, Jac kson 



Bill Bliven, Memphis 

Kim Blurton, Humboldt 

Mike Blurton, Gates 

James Board, Bridgetown, MO 

John Boone, Jr., Nashville 

Doug Booth, Humboldt 

Harry Boys, Humboldt 

Sue Ann Braese, Dyersburg 

Mark Brooks, Union City 

Sarah Burnette, Memphis 

Ira Carroll, Jackson 

Kirk Carroll, Savannah 



Desiree Carter, Memphis 

George Chien, Hobart, NY 

Lynne Clark, Clarksville 

Betsy Clayton, Jackson 

Carol Coats. Burlison 

Mary Cocke, Braden 

Cathy Cole, Hickman 

Carol Cook, Nashville 

Sherri Annette Cowley, Memphis 

Peggy Ellyn Creed, Bristol, VA 

Rosalind Croom, Jackson 

Donna Darden, Springfield 

Pamela Davis, Jackson 

Susan Dawkins, Memphis 

David Delk, Brownsville 

Earl Dickerson, Memphis 

Nancy Dike, Jackson 

Terri Dino, Memphis 




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Sophomore class officers Susan Bland. Peggy Creed. Paul Mullikin. and Kathryn Blankenship enjoy lunch together. 






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Jo Ann Donelson, Memphis 
Benita DuPree, Memphis 
Genita DuPree, Memphis 
Ricky Dwyer, Memphis 
Jeannine Ervin, Henderson 
Debbie Exum, Jackson 



Jan Finnie, Car roll ton, GA 
Robert O. Fisher, Ripley 
Bret Freeman, Henderson 
Pat Freeman, Orlando, FL 
Chip Gaffney, Jackson 
Harriett Gascoigne, Jackson 

Carla Gilliland, Covington 
Grace Ann Granberry, Memphis 
Penny Greer, Jackson 
Don Griesheimer, Memphis 
Randy Guy, Jackson 
Sandra Hadley, Medon 



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SOPHO- 2^f> 
MORES 



Students enjoy campus picnics. 




Liz Hal ford, Chicago, IL 

Vivian Hamby, Ripley 

Tammy Harris, Finger 

Jack Hearn, Tiptonville 

Derek Henderson, Memphis 



Robert Henderson, Jr., Jackson 

John Henton, Jackson 

Alison Herron, Bolivar 

Marilyn Hirth, Jackson 

Henry Hopper, Jackson 



James Hime, Collierville 

Beth Ann Johnson, Brownsville 

Debbie Jones, Paducah, KY 

Scott Kaufman, Bloomville, NY 

John Kellum, Sardis 



Gary Kimsey, Jackson 

Sheila Lopez, Chicago, IL 

Edward Martindale, Jackson 

Brenda Mathews, Memphis 

Jeff McCalla, Memphis 





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SOPHOMORES 




Jeannete McCrate, Portageville, MO 
Elliot McGoughy, Jackson 
Joseph Montgomery, Jackson 
Ava Moten, Jackson 
Paul Mullikin, Memphis 
Paul Mulroy, Union City 

Joe Murphy, Western Springs, IL 
Doneida Park, Friendship 
Jeanne Pascal, Jackson 
Mina Payne, Memphis 
Malissa Peacock, Tiptonville 
Bryan Peddy, Henderson 

Cynthia Perkins, Jackson 

Jim Peyton, Henning 

Randy Pirtle, Jackson 

Cynthia Plunk, Dyersburg 

Alan Pool, Memphis 

Mygnel Esperano Pope, Jackson 







At a Phi Mu open house, Harriett Gascoigne and 
Cheryl Ragsdale entertain Bill Sanderson. 



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Keeping up on current events are Paul Mullikin 
and Dana Seaton. 







Steve Porter, Millington 

Valerie Poston, Humboldt 

Cynthia Potts, Pulaski 

Elizabeth Powell, Jackson 

Diane Pulliam, Rossville 

Cheryl Ragsdale, Memphis 

Deward Rahm, Jackson 

Carmen Ramirez, Bardwell 

George Reed, Lexington 

James Reiff , Jackson 

Mary Rhodes, Tigrett 

Susan Roberson, Memphis 

Bill Rogers, McKenzie 

Thomas Rouse, Pinson 

Debbie Rusher, Lexington 

Philin Russell, Hope, A R 

Timothy Ryan, Basking Ridge, NJ 

Deborah Satterfield, Selmer 



Jeff Schippman, Memphis 

Ora Scott, Memphis 

Byron Seaman, Jackson 

Hilary Sharkey, Sikeston, MO 

Annette Simmons, Memphis 

Monte Smalley, Jackson 




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SOPHOMORES 




Wilbert Smith, Covington 
Janapha Spearman, Jackson 
Will Spence, Halls 
Kathy Strong, Colliervi/le 
Anita Stubbs, Jackson 
Donna Sweeney, Lobelville 

Debra Tate, Memphis 
Tim Taylor, Jackson 
Doug Thomas, Memphis 
Steve Thompson, Bartlett 
Jeannie Tignor, Jackson 
Madeline Todd, Memphis 



Terri Townsend, Bemis 
Scott Turner, Orlando, FL 
Mona Wadley, Jackson 
Cindy Walker, Medina 
Bill Walker, Friendship 
Vernon Weathes, Humboldt 



Essie Weaver, Memphis 
Jackie Westbrooks, Lobelville 
Donna Williams, Murfreesboro 
Sandra Williamson, Denmark 
Ann Wright, Paducah, AT 
Tawana Wright, Grand Junction 



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Sherry Allen, Dickson 

Mary Anderson, Jackson 

John Archer, Paducah, KY 

James Bacon, Middlesboro, KY 

Shelia Barnett, Jackson 



Dorothy Beaty, Memphis 

Janice Bedford, Memphis 

Randy Bedwell, Paris 

Terry Bell, Memphis 

Jennifer Bishop, Franklin 



Deborah Blurton, Savannah 

Suzie Bonsteel, Hendersonville 

Janice Bowman, Jackson 

Susan Brannen, Camden 

Gregory Breeden, Whiteville 



Ricky Brinkley, Jackson 

Robert Brison, Nabb, IN 

Cathy Bulle, Covington 

Joanne Burnett, Denmark 

Denise Burton, Nashville 



FRESHMEN 





Freshman class officers Tommy Cole. Diane Goettsche. Jerri Roberson. and Jennifer Bishop take a break. 



200 




Jerri Roberson and Joy Shelby relax between 
classes. 




Michael Campagna, Nashville 
Atitia Carter, Memphis 
Thomas Christian, Warren, NJ 
Tommy Cole, Union City 
Diannia Coleman, Alamo 
Kendra Cooper, Henderson 

Catherine Craven, Mt. Juliet 
John Croom, Bells 
Arthur Cruthirds, Memphis 
Bradford Currie, Memphis 
James Curtis, Germantown 
Anita Davis, Jackson 



Lisa Davis, Jackson 
Virginia Davis, Ripley 
Deborah Derden, Memphis 
Toni Dick, Memphis 
Lataryl Diggins, Memphis 
Mark Donahoe, Michie 



Jan Douglass, Paris 

Ronnie Driver, Rocky Mount, NC 

Elizabeth Durrett, Nashville 

Grace Elizer, Bells 

Marc Fletcher, Jackson 

Marsha Forsyth, Oakfield 

Phoebe Frankland, Jackson 
Mary Fuller, Jackson 
Patty Furlow, Memphis 
Wiley Gannon, Hickman, KY 
Claude Genzel, Cumberland Turn 
Diane Goettsche, Memphis 






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FRESHMEN 



Iretta Golden, Denmark 

Luanne Gowan, Memphis 

Pam Greer, Jackson 

Robbie Greer, Stanton 

Jeri Halliburton, Trenton 

Tom Hammond, Belleville, IL 

Steve Hamril, Memphis 

Dennis Harrington, Humboldt 

Cheryl Harrison, Ripley 

William Haynes, Brownsville 

Julie Hay ward, Memphis 

David Hickey, Jackson 

Randall Hostetler, Nabb, IN 

Amy Hoyle, Memphis 

Lisa Hrinsin, St. Louis, MO 

Sherri Huff, Clinton, KY 

Michael Huff, Clinton, KY 

William Hurt, Jackson 



Patricia Jackson, Memphis 

Mary Jeanes, Memphis 

David Jenkins, Antioch 

Kay Jeu, Memphis 

Marian Johnson, Henderson 

Kris Kasprzyeki, Nashville 

Terry Kennedy, Jackson 

George King, Lambert, MS 

Jean Lacher, Savannah 

Ron Langdon, Enfield, CT 

George Lanier, Dyersburg 

Nancy LePinnet, Walton, NY 

Leon Lewis, Dyersburg 

Marcia Lewis, Memphis 

Scott Likins, Nashville 

Welch Livingston, Brownsville 

Barry Markle, Memphis 

Steve Mars, Middlesboro, KY 

Terry Martin, Humboldt 

Tommy Martin, Orlando, FL 

Barry Matthews, Jackson 

Tom Maupin, Memphis 

Patricia Mc Bride, Jackson 

Amy McClave, Turnersville, NJ 




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Anticipating the ball's return is Ginny 
Stockton. 




Vida McCray, Memphis 
Joe McFarland, Jackson 
Cindy McKnight, Jackson 
John Meriwether, Jackson 
Thomas Mills, Jackson 
David Morris, Bartlett 



John Moss, Nashville 

Richard Murphy, New Washington, IN 

Adrian Nathaniel, Millington 

Terri Nicholson, Nashville 

Vicki Nix, Waverly 

Edith Norton, Denmark 



Judy Osborn, Jackson 
Lisa Pannell, Memphis 
Ronnie Peck, Fulton, KY 
Ken Penney, Medina 
Keith Phelps, Covington 
John Phillips, Linden 

Linda Piper, Delmont, PA 
Cheryl Pope, Jackson 
Vickey Poston, Humboldt 
Ronald Prather, Alamo 
Gay Rauchle, Jackson 
Larry Reams, Milledgeville 



203 



Freshman Gary Schumacher served on the 

Campus Congregation Council, along with Susan 

Angy, Julie Rybolt, and Mark Medlin. 




Steve Reed, Jackson 

Anne Reeves, Centerville 

Gene Rhodes, Memphis 

Sam Richard, Tulsa, OK 

Jerri Roberson, Memphis 

Van Roseberry, Southaven, MS 

Bill Sanderson, Kenton 

Gary Schumacher, Memphis 

Dana Seaton, Savannah 

Joy Shelby, Selmer 

Doug Silverstein, Chesterton, IN 

Christy Smith, Trenton 

David Smith, Brownsville 

Kirk Smith, Collierville 

Leslie Smith, Waverly 

Roger Smith, Jackson 

Tommy Smith, Ashland City, IN 

David Snipes, Jackson 

Robert Sproles, Memphis 

Martha Stewart, Sturgis, KY 

Virginia Stockton, Memphis 

Derrik Sykes, Russellville, AL 

Janice Taylor, Memphis 

Patricia Taylor, Medon 

Paula Taylor, Memphis 

Bridgett Treadway, Memphis 

Glenda Treadway, Ft. Leonardwood, MO 

Karen Trusty, Memphis 

Emily Turner, Linden 

Kathy Turner, Huron 




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Bill Mulroy, Union City 
Carol Wirth, Jackson 



Robert VanMeter, Charlestown, IN 
Dick Vaughan, Lexington 
Caroline Wade, Memphis 
Debbie Wallace, Memphis 
Joseph Wallace, Orlando, FL 
Ray Walters, Germantown 

Debbie Ward, Waverly 
Lee Warren, Nashville 
Joy Watlington, Jackson 
Phyllis White, Memphis 
Raholanda White, Denmark 
Leda Whitwell, Trenton 



Garry Wicker, Alamo 
Libby Wieters, Memphis 
Shannon Wilder, Jackson 
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INDEX 



Aaron. Chuck 76, 99, 176, 183 

Adderley, Mike 148, 194 

Adkisson, Jerry 

Ahrens, Becky 66, 77, 83, 98, 170, 194 

Akpanekanem, Lazarus 188 

Albea, Barbara 

Alexander, Jean 72, 196 

Alfrey. Diane 176 

Allen, David 

Allen, Derrick 95, 188 

Allen, Sherry 72, 82, 84, 92, 200 

Anderson, Ben 102, 168, 169, 188 

Anderson, Steve 30, 83, 96, 194 

Anderson, Mary 200 

Anderson, Bill 24, 30, 40, 68, 73, 98, 83, 

103 
Andrews, Dave 188 
Andriano, Donny 148 
Angy, Susan 72, 90, 96, 98, 103, 194 
Archer. John 200 
Armour, Pat 95, 101, 196 
Arnett. Alice 
Austin, Gary 188 
Bachman, Terry 148, 171, 188 
Bacon. James 70, 168,200 
Bailey. Kent 188 
Bailey. Michael 103, 176 
Ballard, Kelly 

Banks, Joan 66, 83, 101, 103, 176 
Barcroft, Jim 194 
Barksdale, Ann 60, 64, 176 
Barnes, Abigail 72, 194 
Barnett. Shelia 200 
Barron. Steven 188 
Bartlett, David 34, 76, 83, 153, 158 
Barton, Mary 

Bates, Laurie 66, 67, 101. 166, 188 
Beal. Judy 176 
Bean. Mary 
Beaty, Dor3thy 74, 200 
Beck, Delores 
Beck, Lora Jean 64, 194 
Bedford, Janice 83, 200 
Bedwell, Randy 70, 168, 169, 200 
Bell, Cyndi 72. 98, 102, 194 
Bell, David 68, 102, 194 
Bell, Terry 76, 200 
Bevis, James 188 
Bewick. Keary 76, 102, 188 
Billings, Debbie 74, 84, 176 
Bishop. Jennifer 100,200 

Bishop, John 76 




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Black, Sarah 188 

Black, Lawrence 

Black, William 

Blackmon, Robert 

Bland, Griffin 100, 188 

Bland, Susan 30, 72, 77, 84, 194 

Blankenship, Kathryn 30, 77, 82, 92, 

96, 194 
Blasick, Jim 194 
Bliven, Bill 37, 76, 194 
Blow, Mary 82, 84, 176 
Blurton, Deborah 74, 200 
Blurton. Kim 30, 74, 100, 194 
Blurton, Mike 76, 83, 176 
Board, James 194 
Bolds, Gertie 188 
Bondi, Paul 98, 176 
Bonds, Gwen 176 
Bonsteel, Suzie 66, 83, 90, 100, 200 
Boone, Jay 68, 194 
Boosey, Margaret 176 
Booth, Doug 76, 83, 89, 194 
Bourne, Pugh 176 
Bowles, Roger 
Bowman, Janice 92, 200 
Boyd. Harry 194 



Boyd, Kemp 

Bradley, Sydney 72, 76, 176 

Braky, Charles 

Braese, Sue Ann 66, 194 

Brannen, Susan 100, 200 

Brasher. Bob 205 

Breeden. Greg 200 

Bridges. Donna 72 

Bridges. Jana 

Bright. Pat 188 

Briley. Teressa 16. 30. 66, 156. 100. 176 

Brinkley. Ricky 148,200 

Brinson. Kathryn 

Brison. Robert 148,200 

Brooks. Mark 194 

Brown, Cindy 74 

Brown, Mark 30. 82, 87, 100, 176 

Brugh. Chandra 101, 157, 176 

Bryant. Deborah 

Buck. David 

Buck, Gary 

Buck, Beth 101. 188 

Buford. James 176 

Bulle, Cathy 74, 92, 200 

BurgUohn 148, 188 

Burnett, Joanne 200 



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Burnette, Kelly 177 

Burnette, Sarah 18, 19, 20, 74, 77, 89, 

102. 194 
Burrough, Nancy 177 
Burton, Denise 72, 200 
Butler, Gennice 177 
Butler, Steve 188 
Cagle, Jimmy 
Cain, Susan 72, 84, 98, 177 
Campagna, Michael 201 
Cannon. Martha 

Carl, Sally Jo 30, 66, 67, 83, 87. 177 
Carlton, David 
Carlton, Robert 
Carney, Kay 
Carpenter, Sharon 177 
Carroll, Ira 76. 194 
Carroll, Kirk 194 
Carson, John 70 
Carter. Atitia 200 
Carter, Chuck 70, 188 
Carter, Desiree 95, 194 
Castellaw, John 189 
Chamberlain, Bob 82 
Chandler, Karen 40, 42, 77, 98, 99, 103, 

101. 177 
Chatman, Greg 70, 177 
Chatman, Mary 177 
Cherry. Donald 
Chien, George 84, 85, 190 
Christian, Tom 76, 200 
Clark. Lynn 85. 194 
Clark. Roy 177 
Clay, Craig 16,91, 189, 190 
Clayton, Betsy 18,20, 194 
Clement. Carol 
Clifft, Pat 98, 177 
Coats. Carol 101, 194 
Cobb, Marsha 
Cocke, Mary 194 
Cocke. Tripp 30, 68, 94. 96. 103, 168, 

169, 171. 177. 184 
Coffman. Lynn 85. 96. 98, 177 
Coggins. Suzanne 189 
Cole, Cathy 66 
Cole, Danny 158, 161, 177 
Cole, Jere 177 

Cole, Tommy 68, 84, 103. 200 
Coleman. Diannia 74. 163, 165, 200 
Comes, Laura 74, 74, 84. 177 
Conatser. Jan 64 
Cook, Carol 77, 101 
Cook, Mike 76, 189 
Cooper. Arleen 



Cooper, James 102 

Cooper, Kendra 200 

Cooper. Jeanette 102, 189 

Cowley, Sherri 194 

Cox. Charlotte 101, 177 

Cox, Georgia 205 

Crabtree, Emily 205 

Craven. Cathy 64, 100,200 

Crawley, Amy 64, 177 

Creasy, Velda 

Creed, Peggy 72, 73, 194 

Crenshaw, Caye 30, 35, 74, 75, 83, 96, 

103. 177 
Crider. Charles 178 
Cromwell. Marcy 74. 83. 189 
Croom. Rosalind 194 
Croom. John 148,200 
Cruthirds, Arthur 200 
Curry. Brad 68. 201 
Curry. Steve 178 
Curtis, James 68, 201 
Daniel. Beverly 
Daniel, Susan 74, 101 
Danils, Steve 24, 41, 76, 83,99 
Darden, Donna 18, 20, 74, 194 
Davenport, Robert 189 
Davis, Anita 201 
Davis. Carol 189 
Davis. Charles 68. 189 
Davis. Gayle82. 91, 102, 178 
Davis. Jacqueline 178 
Davis, Lisa 153 
Davis, Lorena 25. 101, 178 
Davis, Pamela 194 
Davis. Rhonda 178 
Davis. Ruth 101. 189 
Davis. Virginia 100 
Dawkins. Susan 74, 194 
Dawson, Mary Leslie 30, 74, 189 
Dazey, Briggdtte 74 
Deberry. Billy 68. 148. 189 
Belk. David 158. 194 
Derden. Deborah 166, 167, 201 
Dick. Toni 201 
Dickerson. Earl 194 
Diggins. Lataryl95, 158,201 
Dike. Nancy 72. 77, 158 
Dino. Tern 74. 194 
Dixon, Beverly 
Dixon, Kim 189 
Donahoe. Mark 76. 77, 173. 200 
Donelson. Joanne 82, 94, 194 
Dorton. Cynthia 73, 72, 83, 84, 101, 189 
Dotson, Phillip 70, 102, 178, 173 



Douglass. Jan 201 
Douglass. Steve 178 
Driver. Ronnie 148,201 
DuBose. Don 30, 68, 178. 184 
Duck. Patsy 72, 100, 189 
Dupree, Benita 101, 157, 195 
Dupress, Genita 95, 195 
Durrett, Elizabeth 66, 201 
Dwyer, Ricky 103, 195 
Egan, Betty 
Elam.Judy 178 
Elder, Julia 72, 84, 189 
Elizer, Grace 32, 84. 201 
Ellington, Edward 189 
Epperson, Annita 189 
Erickson, Susan 189 
Ervin, Jeannine 102, 189 
Essary. Betty 83, 189 
Esterman, Jim 60, 76, 178 
Evans, Billy 
Exum, Debbie 74, 195 
Falls, Billy 
Farmer, Billy 
Farmer. Ondra 
Ferguson, Cindy 98 
Fesmire, Austin 148, 189 
Finnic Jan 74, 100, 195 



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Fisher. Cynthia 99 

Fisher. Susanna 74. 84. 51. 100. 178 

Fisher. Robert 70. 195 

Flanders. Marc 76, 77 

Fletcher. John 201 

Fonda. Kay 100 

Foote. Susan 64. 80. 178 

Forsyth. Marsha 201 

Foster. Amy 64. 100. 101. 189 

Frankland. Phoebe 201 

Franklin. Bill 189 

Freeman. Bret 70. 195 

Freeman. Mary 195 

Freeman. Pat 68. 189 

French. Adrienne 189 

Fuller. Mary 201 

Furlow. Patty 201 

Gaffney. Joseph 148, 150. 195 

Gannon. Nancy 72. 83, 87, 189 

Gannon, Wiley 201 

Garland. Beth 72, 178 

Garrett. Mark 70.71. 178 

Gary. Gail 189 

Gascoigne. Harriett 72, 195 

Gahres. Becky 102, 178 

Genzel. Claude 84. 201 

Gibault, Kathy 25, 89, 100. 189 

Gibson. Don 189 

Gilbreath. Rob 76 

Gilliam. Ola 

Gilliland. Carla 30. 83. 94. 95. 103 

Glover, Ed 148 

Goettsche. Diane 74, 90, 201 

Golden. Iretta 202 

Goldsmith. Tim 25, 30. 34, 41. 68. 103, 

178 
Gooch. James 189 
Goodale, Eugene 102 
Gowan. Luanne 64. 65. 84. 157, 201 
Granberry, Grace 195 
Granderson. Cynthia 83. 95. 101, 178 
Graves. Jimmy 70, 189 
Greenway. Robert 195 
Greer. Pam 64. 202 
Greer. Penny 64, 64, 61. 195 
Greer. Robbie 202 
Gregory. Dorothy 189 
Grice. Sherry 178 
Griesheimer, Don 82, 84, 195 
Griffin. Sue 42. 81.98. 99. 102, 101, 178 
Grimes. Eartha 30. 157. 189 
Grooms. Bobby 76 
Gross. John 98. 189 
Guy. Randy 195 



Hadley. Sandra 195 

Halford. Liz 66. 98, 196 

Hall. Elizabeth 

Halliburton. Lynn 74, 202 

Hamby. Vivian 196 

Hamlin. Bruce 

Hamm. Dawn 166, 179 

Hammond, Betty 

Hammond, Tom 70, 202 

Hamric. Steve 202 

Hancock. Billy 158. 179 

Hardaway. Kathy 72, 84, 73. 166. 189 

Harrington. Dennis 202 

Harris. Helen 

Harris, Tamela 196 

Harrison, Cheryl 101,202 

Harrison. Helen 74. 82, 84, 94 

Hayes. Susan 42, 64, 77, 80, 98, 99, 179 

Haynes. William 68. 202 

Hayward. Julie 202 

Hearn. Jack 84. 196 

Helms. Elizabeth 64. 189 

Henderson. Derek 196 

Henderson, Owen 102. 196 

Henry, Linda 30, 25, 80, 189 

Hen ton. John 70, 196 

Herron. Alison 196 

Hickey. David 70. 202 

Hill, Marcia98. 99, 179 

Hilsdon, Marsha 72, 100, 179 

Hilycord, Sue 

Hirth. Marilyn 196 

Hoag. Gary 

Holley. Karen 153. 189 

Hopper. Henry 196 

Home. Debbie 92, 101, 179 

Horton, Judy 

Hostetler, Randy 70, 148. 202 



Houpt. Loren 82, 93, 100 

House, Cyndi 179 

House, Ben 179 

Hoyle, Amy 84, 202 

Hrinsin, Lisa 100,202 

Hudson, Rebecca 

Huff. Michael 202 

Huff. Sherry 74. 100,202 

Hughes. James 70, 189, 101 

Hughes, Joanne 153, 179 

Hume, James 

Humphreys, Judith 

Humphreys. Temia 74, 82, 91, 101, 189 

Hunt, Ginger 74, 190 

Hurt, Donna 179 

Hurt, William 76, 202 

Irvin, Jim 68, 83,94 

Jackson, Patricia 202 

Jeanes. Mary 74, 100,202 

Jeans, Andrea 95, 190 

Jeffrey. Rush 30, 43, 68. 69, 179 

Jeffrey, Susan 74 

Jenkins. David 68. 202 

Jeu. Kerri72, 100, 153, 157,202 

Johnsey, Richard 179 

Johnson, Beth Ann 64, 100, 196 

Johnson, Beverly 

Johnson, James 190 

Johnson, Ronnie 76. 99. 179 

Johnson. Harvette 101 

Johnson, Renie 98, 101. 190 

Johnson, Toya 190 

Jones, Alma 

Jones. Tom 68, 98, 190 

Jones. Debbie 100, 196 

Jones, Helen 

Jones. Pam 72. 190 

Jones. Sue 64. 166. 167. 190 



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Jones, Wiley 98, 179 

Jones. Clifford 202 

Jordan, Belinda 190 

Kasprzycki, Kris 202 

Kaufman, Scott 76, 196 

Kellum.John 196 

Kennedy, Terry 95, 202 

Kersey. Debbie 72, 157, 190 

Key, Keith 

Kimsey. Gary 196 

King, George 202 

King, James 

King, Julie 

Kolwyck, Beth 72, 84, 190 

Kugler, Barbara 98, 99, 179 

Kurkimilis, Jim 22, 179 

Kurosaki. Yoshie 190 

Kuykendall, Terry 179 

Kyle. Judy 179 

Lacher. Jean 64, 202 

Laman, Peggy 179 

Langdon, George 70, 190 

Langdon, Ron 70, 90, 100, 202 

Lanier, Geroge 95, 158,202 

Laster, Donna 72, 179 

Lawrence, Ernest 168, 169, 190 

Lawrence, Marianne 180 

Lawrence, Swanee 

LePinnet, Nancy 103, 153, 154, 155, 

166. 167.202 
Lewis. Leon 83, 202 
Lewis, Marcia74, 153,202 
Lewis, Mark 25, 190, 102 
Lewis, Angie 98, 180 
Likins, Scott 202 
Lindsey, Keith 87 
Livingstone, William 68, 202 



Locke, Robert 

Locke, Sally 18,20. 180 

Loftin, Linda 30, 72, 83, 84, 180 

Logan, William 

Lopez, Shelia 196 

Love, Valerie 

Lowry, Melanie 

Luther, Judy 94, 180 

Lytle, Dennis 95, 190 

Mackey, Caremna 

Maddox. Bruce 148, 180 

Mann, Valerie 

Marbury, Tom 180 

Markham. Ann 64. 101 

Markle, Barry 76, 202 

Mars, Steve 70, 202 

Martin. Beth 64, 191 

Martin, Gwen 163 

Martin, Terry 148, 202 

Martin, Tom 202 

Martin, William 

Martindale, Ed 70, 158, 196 

Massey, Billy 92, 97, 100, 103, 191 

Mathews, Brenda 95. 101, 196 

Mathews, Barry 202 

Matthews, Janice 180 

Mattson, Scott 180 

Maupin, Tom 76, 202 

May, Pat 74, 82, 93, 99, 191 

Mayhall, Beth 180 

McAlister, Lynn 25, 43, 64, 180, 193 

McBride, Elsie 191 

McBride, Patricia 202 

McCaferty, Jim 180 

McCalla, Jeff 76, 196 

McClary, Jane 72, 92, 101, 180 

McClave. Amy 202 



McCollum, Edward 191 

McCrary, David 76. 191 

McCrate, Jeannette 197 

McCray, Vida 95, 203 

McCready. John 180 

McDonald, John 68, 98, 60, 191 

McEwen, Nancy 191 

McFarland, Joe 158,203 

McGhee, Tea 95, 100, 156, 191 

McGill, Ladonna 

McGoughy, Elliott 197 

Mclntire, Susan 

McKay, Mandie 

McKinney, Malcolm 158, 161, 191 

McKinnie, Virginia 98, 99, 180 

McKnight, Cindy 64, 203 

McMillen, Rhonda 72, 191 

Meacham, Pat 101 

Medlin, Mark 44, 93, 96, 99, 180 

Melton, David 96, 191, 192 

Meriwether, John 203 

Mercer, Kim 44, 74, 98, 99, 180 

Merkel, Pamela 

Merriweather, Leonard 

Merry, Roderick 

Midyett, Cindy 180 

Miles, Ann 

Miller, David 148 

Miller, Julie 

Miller, Nancy 30, 45, 74, 98, 99, 96, 180 

Miller, Tom 98, 180 

Mills, Tomas 203 

Mitchell, Rebecca 191 

Monk, Rob 181 

Montgomery, Joseph 87, 197 

Montgomery, Vickie 74, 98, 181 

Moore, Brenda 

Moore, Randall 158, 170 

Morris, David 148,203 

Morris, Kathey 95 

Morris, Martha 98, 181 

Morris, Mary 

Morrison, David 

Morriss, David 

Morrow, Paula 

Morton, Christi 

Moss, John 68, 202 

Moten, Ava 197 

Mudiwa, Lloyd 82, 98, 181 

Muller, Diane 181 

Mullikin, Paul 37. 83, 84, 92. 101, 197 

Mulroy, Bill 84, 205 

Mulroy, Paul 35, 84, 85, 197 

Murphy, Joe 68, 73, 197 



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Murphy, Richard 68, 148, 203 

Nathaniel, Adrian 158, 159, 203 

Neal, Cheryl 98, 181 

Nelson, Gary 191 

Nesbitt, Gloria 

New, Brooks 181 

Newbern, Carolyn 

Newbill, Ginger 64, 191 

Nicholson, Terri 203 

Nix, Vickie 82, 84, 203 

Norton, Edith 92, 203 

Nwokeji, Felix 181 

Oldham, Marsha 72, 87, 191 

Osborn, Judy 203 

Pannell, Lisa 66, 153,203 

Park, Doneida 197 

Parker, Susan 72, 191 

Pascal, Jeanne 197 

Pate, Pat 191 

Patterson, Brent 30, 76, 83, 92, 98, 170, 

191 
Payne, Mina 19, 100, 197 
Peacock, Malissa 91, 197 
Peck, Ronnie 76, 92, 203 
Peddy, Bryan 84, 197 
Peddy, Cynthia 82, 191 
Penney, Ken 203 
Penny, Laura 64, 77, 98, 181 
Perkins, Cynthia 197 
Peyton, Jim 197 
Phelps, Fatina 181 
Phelps, Janet 45, 80, 99, 65, 181 
Phelps, Keith 38, 203 
Phillips, Dawn 30, 74, 89, 92, 192 
Phillips, John 60, 158, 161, 203 
Pickett, Jan 74, 77, 82, 100, 192 
Philer, Sylvia 
Piper, Linda 100, 203 
Pipkin, Janet 192 
Pirtle, Randy 197 
Plunk, Cindy 197 
Polk, Julie 181 
Polk, Regina 72, 83, 84, 98 
Poole, Alan 76, 191 
Pope, Cheryl 203 
Pope, Myguel 197 
Porter, Elaine 101,181 
Post, Beth 101, 181 
Poston, Vickie 163, 164,203 
Poston, Pam 
Poston, Valeria 198 
Potts, Cynthia 66, 198 
Powell, Elizabeth 198 
Powell, John 192 



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Powell, Steven 

Prather, Ronald 203 

Prewitt, Bernestine 

Price, Rodney 46, 98, 99, 181 

Pulliam, Diane 25, 298 

Ragland, Larry 192 

Ragsdale, Cheryl 72, 198 

Rahm, Deward 84, 198 

Ramirez, Carmen 198 

Rampley, Tony 192 

Rauchle, Gay 100, 203 

Ray, Marlene 

Read, Don 181 

Reams, Larry 203 

Redf earn, Perry 84, 181 

Reed, Gary 148, 192 

Reed, George 198 

Reed, Steve 204 

Reeves, Anne 204 

Reeves, Tommy 192 

Reid, Marie 101 

Reiff,Jim68, 197 
Reynolds, Gerrie 
Rhodes, Mary 66, 197 
Rhodes, Gene 204 
Richard, Sam 204 
Rivers, Debra 46, 72, 77, 60, 84, 92, 98, 

181 
Roberson, Jerri 74, 84, 204 
Roberson, Susan 74, 77, 198 



Roberts, Barbara 

Robinson, Edward 

Rogers, Billy 148, 198 

Rogers, Marvin 

Rongey, Dennis 

Roseberry, Van 204 

Rouse, Thomas 198 

Rusher, Debbie 101, 198 

Rushing, Rhonda 192 

Russell, Bamby 181 

Russell, Philip 68, 100, 195 

Ryan, Tim 76, 198 

Rybolt, Julie 34, 96, 192 

Sanders, Alan 47, 83,99, 148, 150, 181 

Sanderson, Bill 68, 87, 204 

Satterfield, Debbie 98, 198 

Schippmann, Jeff 76, 148, 198 

Schmidt, Melodie 72, 90, 153, 154, 192 

Schumacher, Gary 96, 204 

Scott, Michael 192 

Scott, Ora 198 

Seals, Lonnie95, 182 

Seaman, Byron 198 

Sears, Kristie 30, 74, 192 

Seaton, Dana 92, 204 

Seiffert, Debbie 64, 84, 192 

Seifert, Edward 

Sharkey, Hilary 98, 198 

Shelby, Joy 64, 84, 204 

Sherwood, Sherry 72, 72, 81, 101, 182 



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Shirley, Vicki 

Shires, Susan 72, 90, 153, 192 

Shoemaker, Theresa 83, 95 

Silverstein, Doug 204 

Simmons, Annette 198 

Sims, Sena 

Singh, Anil 192 

Smalley, Monte 198 

Smith, Cristy 74, 204 

Smith, David 68, 109, 204 

Smith, Elizabeth 98 

Smith, Gary 182 

Smith, Gerry Ann 74, 82, 182 

Smith, Kathe 30, 74, 75, 96, 98, 99, 192 

Smith, Kathy Ann 193 

Smith, Kirk 204 

Smith, Leslie 74, 204 

Smith, Roger 204 

Smith, Ron 68, 103, 182 

Smith, Terry 47, 76, 81, 182 

Smith, Thomas 204 

Smith, Wilbert 199 

Snellgrove, Ricky 30, 36, 76, 91, 102, 

193 
Snipes, David 76, 204 
Snure, Mike 76, 98, 103, 148, 193 
Spearman, Janapha 199 
Spears, Nancy 100, 193 
Spears, Ron 76, 182 
Speer, Lissa 
Spence, Will 70, 190 
Spencer, Jane 48, 64, 91, 99, 183 
Sproles, Robert 204 
Stainback, Dorothy 
Stallins, Donda 193 
Stephens, Terry 98, 99, 193 
Stovall, John 
Strong, Kathy 190 
Stubbs, Anita 199 
Swaim, Susan 
Sweeney, Donna 199 
Sykes, Derrik 70, 158,204 
Sykes, Phil 30, 90, 96, 99, 102, 192, 193 
Tackett, Janey 
Tall, Mary 
Tanzi, Ed 148, 149 
Tate, Debra 95, 199 
Taylor, Janice 100,204 
Taylor, Patricia 204 
Taylor, Paula 204 
Taylor, Tim 148, 199 
Taylor, Bill 84, 98, 182 
Thayer, Alan 
Thomas, Coy 



Thomas, Greg 182 

Thomas, James D. 76, 199 

Thomas, James P. 182 

Thomas, Joseph 

Thompson, Eddie 193 

Thompson, Steven 70, 199 

Thompson, William 100 

Threlkeld, Ann 70, 74, 182 

Tiffin, Joy 43, 84, 92, 98, 99, 101, 182 

Tignor, Jeannie 199 

Todd, Madeline 64, 80, 98, 199 

Todd, Marilyn 

Tofel, Kathryn 193 

Tomlin, Dwight 193 

Townsend, Terri 74, 99, 100 

Travitz, Peggy 

Treadway, Bridgette 37, 82, 90, 204 

Treadway, Glenda 72, 91, 204 

Tresler, Ray 139 

Trusty, Karen 72, 204 

Tubbs, Rodney 70, 102, 182 

Turner, Emily 100, 204 

Turner, Kathy 204 

Turner, Scot 144, 199 

Underwood, Pam 84 

Utterback, Sara 16, 30, 72, 100, 193 

Vanmeter, Robert 78, 148, 205 

Vaughan, Dick 205 

Vaughan, John 

Venters, Jane 72, 84, 87, 193 

Vincent, Janie 193 

Wady, Reba83, 182 

Wade, Caroline 64, 65, 205 

Wade, Cecile 18, 19, 21, 32, 72, 100, 193 

Wadley, Mona 199 

Wagster, Molly 49, 64, 183 

Wales, Jeanne 

Walker, Cindy 199 

Walker, Joe 

Walker, Alison 72, 101, 183 

Walker, Renee 

Walker, Bill 84, 89, 199 

Wallace, Debbie 74, 205 

Wallace, Jackie 95, 101 

Wallace, Scott 182 

Wallace, Joe 148, 205 

Walters, Ray 158,205 

Ward, Debbie 74, 82, 133,205 

Ward, Glenda 

Warmath, John 

Warren, Lee 64, 205 

Warren, Pat 70, 158, 161, 183 

Warren, Wayne 22, 61, 68, 69 

Watlington, Joy 92, 205 



Weathers, Vernon 199 
Weaver, Essie 102, 199 
Webb, Melinda 
Webb, Stella 

Webber, Mark 16, 50, 51, 100 
Webster, Julia 
Weddle, George 49, 83, 101 
West, Elizabeth 193 
Westbrooks, Jackie 199 
Wheeler, Jorae 
Wheeler, Robert 193 
White, Mary 193 
White, Phyllis 95, 205 
White, Raholonda 205 
White, Sandie 98, 183 
Whitwell, Leda 72, 90, 153, 205 
Wicker, Garry 68, 205 
Whlchcoombe, Jackie 
Wilder, Shannon 30, 64, 205 

Wilkerson, Greg 76, 193 

Wilkins, Clement 205 

Williams, Bill 167, 168, 193 

Williams, Carol 100,205 

Williams, Donna 66, 199 

Williams, Joy 205 

Williams, Joyce 101 

Williams, Sally 64 

Williams, Anita 95 

Williamson, Sandra 25, 95, 102, 199 

Winbush, Danny 

Winge, Robin 183 

Wirth, Carol 205 
v Wolfe, Mary 

Wood, Karen 

Wooten, Steve 205 

Wright, Ann 77, 199 

Wright, Twana 100, 199 

Wyman, Carol 

Yeiser, Nina 183 

Yelverton, Norma 193 

Young, Gary 68, 193 



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Acknowledgements 

Lantern Editorial Board: 

Ms. Ruth Ann Grant 

Mrs. Susan Hudacek 

Dr. Ronnie Barnes 

Ricky Snellgrove 

Kathe Smith 

Jane Spencer 

Photography: 
Terry Bivens 

Cover: 
Lynn Clark 

Mrs. Mary Jo Mulherin 

Lambuth Faculty and Administration 

Phil Sykes 




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