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PERTELOTE 

1975 

BREVARD COLLEGE 

BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA 28712 

VOLUME 41 



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Experience Is 
The Best Teacher 



Experiences come with everything we do and make 
up what we are. There are several ways in which we 
experience and the most popular is the personal ex- 
perience. However, in one life time it is impossible to 
experience all things firsthand; therefore, we must 
leam from others. This is one of the reasons there are 
books and professors to explicate them. This is also 
one of the chief reasons for institutions of higher 
learning. 

Teachers come in all types, shapes, aptitudes, and 
colors, and each has a different way of coming across. 
When these unique individuals come into contact 
with other unique individuals — students — one of 
two things can happen. The first is resistance of one to 
the other, causing an emerging gap. The second is 
unification of teachers, students and experiences, 
creating the most desirable academic environment. 

At Brevard it is the second type that usually occurs. 
The classrooms each contain a special world in which 
faculty and students come together, blending and 
drawing out the best each individual has to offer. 
Outside the classroom things still happen. At a sports 
event, at the student union, at the Pizza Hut, or while 
helping a teacher move from one house to another, 
there is also blending, always to a special end. 

From each contact with an instructor a student 
learns. From each personal experience with another's 
personal experience we learn. 




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ROBERT ALDINE DAVIS 
President 

BRANSON LUTHER THURSTON 
Dean of the College 



ROSCOE JAMES ALDERMAN 
Manager Sims Student Union 

FRED ALAN BARKLEY 

Art 



opposite: While taking a rest from cycling around campus, Dean Haggard takes time to 
talk with Frank Lippard; above: President and Mrs. Davis, Bob McLendon, and Mr. 
Eversman enjoy a friendly conversation before greeting parents and new students; left: 
"Come on. Chaplain Roy, your classes aren't that bad!" 



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right: Dean Houk's smile beams during Homecoming; below: Dean Thurston 
accepts punch from Mrs. Davis at the tea for Miss Neal; opposite top: 
President Davis listens intently to Rick Eldridge; opposite below: Matters in 
the business office are reviewed by Mr. Hunt. 





SARA SCOTT BEARD 
English 

ROBERT LEWIS BLOCKER 
Music 

HOWARD WALTER BOYD 
Biology 

LOUISE FAULKNER BRACKETT 
Director East Beam Hall 



GAYNELLE PATTERSON BREWER 
Secretary to Business Manager 

GERTRUDE GOODWIN BROWN 
Director West Beam Hall 

JOANN PACE BRYSON 
Assistant Librarian 

TIM PARSON BRYSON 
Music 




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Administrators 



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right: Cedric Guthrie regresses to childhood; above: Mr. Barkley gives Chun- 
nie some pointers in drawing class; opposite top: Mr. Murray labors over 
another artistic urge; opposite below: Results of creative hands. 



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Fine Arts Division 
Channels Creativity 



Brevard's Division of Fine Arts provides students with 
the history, appreciation, and involvement in these fields. 
Artistic displays, musical concerts, and theatrical perfor- 
mances invite participation of all. 







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New Arrivals For Brevard Music Department 




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opposite tap(series): Dr. Blocker lends a hand in moving a new $10,000 
piano; opposite below: And for his work, he gets his reward; above 
left: Dr. Whatley and Chaplain Roy talk with the father of one of the 
freshmen; left: The aria "Un Bel Di" from Madame Butterfly was 

beautifully sung by Mrs. Whatley. 




CORRIE LEE BURDETTE, R.N. 
Director of Infirmary 

PETER EDDY BURGER 
History 

SARAH LESLEY CAML1N 
Director Taylor Hall 

QUENTIN EUGENE CANTRELL 
Director of Maintenance 



DONALD WILLIAM CARROLL 
Music 

ROMA WHITMIRE CHILDRESS 
Assistant Student Union 

BETTY ROBINSON CHOATE 

Secretary Deans of Student Affairs 

CLAIRE PINKERTON COPE 
Secretary Science Faculty 



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right: The Millers make a very good team; center: Miss Tillotson is pleased with 
the performance of the Chamber Singers at the Trustees' dinner; below: Thea- 
ter Arts students prepare quilt for "Fiddler" under Mr. Cope's supervision; 
opposite top: Janine Campbell works on Music Appre assignment; opposite 

below: Mr. Murray searches for examples of prints for printmaking class. 






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All Aspects Of 
Fine Arts 




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right: In Spanish lab, Mrs. Perez works at control desk; below: 
Mrs. LeStrange directs French class; opposite top: Sam Yau is 
ready to he of assistance; opposite below: In addition to his 
classes, Mr. Perez, Chairman of Humanities, has many respon- 
sibilities. 






SAMUEL LORAINE COPE 
Music 

MARY KILPATRICK COX 
Director of Cafeteria 

RACHEL CATHEY DANIELS 
Mathematics 

CLARA DOTSON DAVIS 
Secretary Dean of the College 



IMOGENE MONTEITH EAKER 
Alumni Secretary 

HAZEL JEANNE ELLER 
Physical Education 

ANNA SMITH ETTERS 
Clerk for Office Services 

JAMIE SPENCE EURE 
Assistant to Director of 
Development 




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Humanities: 

A Universal Touch 



Instruction in the skills of the English Language, Foreign Lan- 
guages, Religion and Philosophy is given by the staff of the 
Division of Humanities. Proficiency in these fields produces 
well-rounded students. 



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Brevard Faculty 
At Its Best 




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opposite top: "Mrs. McLarty, you aren't plagiarizing, are you?"; 
opposite far left: His registration list seems to puzzle Dr. Young; 
opposite left: Mrs. Beard works with Susan Cox on a scheduling 
problem; below: Entering freshmen Paul Drimmel and Tommy 
Heath chat with Dean Houk; below left: Mr. Woodruff con- 
templates a pertinent question. 





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top: Picnic food is enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Tawney. above: While enjoying a 
faculty tea, Mrs. McLarty chats with Mr. Lovely; right: Mr. Fisher places 
great emphasis upon his business courses; opposite: Mr. Burger and friend? 




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Wide Diversity 

Social Studies Division 



The Division of Social Studies includes Business, 
Economics, Education, History, Political Science, 
Psychology, and Sociology. The courses offer the ad- 
vantage of background work in liberal arts essential 
not only to graduation at Brevard, but in four year 
institutions also. 




JOHN DILLON EVERSMAN 
Music and Director Public 
Relations and Development 

CHARLES RAY FISHER 
Business 

ROWE BURRELL FORTUNE 
Assistant Nurse 

LOIS ANN GALLOWAY 
Library Secretary 

ARGYLE WELLS GASH 
Bookkeeper 

THEODORE MERRILL HAGGARD 
Dean of Students Affairs and 
Director of Financial Aid 

DANIEL RAY HALL 
Director Student Activities 

NANCY BLACK HALL 
Secretary Director of Admissions 



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Environmental Chemistry 
Added To Curriculum 



Insuring the student an excellent background in 
Mathematics and Natural Sciences is the objective of the 
Division. To facilitate the work of the instructors are the 
fine laboratories and classrooms to be found in the Moore 
Science Building. 





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opposite top: Mrs. Daniels appreciates the help of Big Sisters 
Cathey Daniels and Madeline Sawyer; opposite far left: Parents of 
new students enjoy talking with Dr. Koob, opposite left: Homecom- 
ing and the soccer game are shared by Mr. Woodruff and Mr. 
Woodyard; top left: Students can always count on extra help from 
Dr. Murray; top right: Registration time and Dr. Boyd attempts to 
keep sections balanced; above; Always good for a laugh, aren't you, 
Mr, Lathrop; left: Miss Nicholson gives explicit directions for lab. 




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left: Miss Neal demonstrates the proper grip in holding a club; below: A 
student's response is questioned by Coach Witek; opposite top: Anna Biggs 
isn't quite sure of her next move; opposite below: Coach My erhoff doubles as 
tennis instructor. 





ERMENTRUDE LANSING HA5SELMAN 
Director Green Hall 

GEORGIE ANNE HENSON 
Music 

MARY MARGARET HOUK 

Associate Dean of Student Affairs 

ALBERTA KIRBY HUGHEY 
Special Education 



BRUNER RHEA HUNT 
Business Manager 

PATRICIA SPEARS HUNT 
Mathematics 

LOUISE McCARN KENERLY 
Secretary to the President 

DERRY DELOS KOOB 
Biology 




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Of Sound Body 



The Division of Health, Physical Education, and Recrea- 
tion has as its goal to improve the physical well-being of the 
students. Boshamer Gymnasium's excellent facilities in- 
spire the faculty to accomplish this objective. 



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right: Apparently Coach Hall thinks he will accomplish more outside 
his office; center: The tiring task of registration is faced by Miss Eller; 
below: Kevin Dusenbury displays good form; opposite right: During 
practice, Ladd Cunningham boots the ball past Steve Brunt; opposite 
far right: Concentration and good aim are required for archery class; 
opposite below: Beauty and strength are represented in riding class. 












Required P. E. 
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opposite above: Steve McCall studies for his music theory class; oppo- 
site below:/. A. Jones Library; above: Library equipment is utilized by 
Polly Ailor; left: Jim Cole and Rhonda Jones find a deserted corner for 
study. 




FELIX KEITH LATHROP, II 
Mathematics 

ETHEL BRAGE LeSTRANGE 
French 

JULIAN ROYDEN LITTLE 
Chemistry 

SYLLUS EUGENE LOVELY 
History 



LAVERNE THOMAS McCALL 
Assistant Student Union 

NINA CRISP McCURRY 
Director Jones Hall 

MARGARET HARRELL McLARTY 
English 

ROBERT GEORGE McLENDON 
Director of Admissions 



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right and below: Susan Price studies in sol- 
itude; opposite right: Miss Neal's new book is 
discussed by Miss Neal and Miss Wright; op- 
posite below: Big Sisters Jan Scarborough, 
Jeanne Mortonson and Cindy Nanney enjoy a 
laugh together. 





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Patsy Neal 
Honored At Tea 



An informal tea was given at the J. A. Jones Library 
to honor the publication of Miss Neal's most recent 
collection of poems, "SO RUN YOUR RACE." Miss 
Neal, a physical education instructor at the College, 
through her poetry is able to express her deep in- 
volvement with both the spiritual and the physical 
aspects of the well-rounded athlete. 



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opposite right: Tina Sneed and Mary Lou Wall find mail instead of cob 
webs; opposite far right: Gone to Tornado Room!; below right: Prospec^ 

five students hungrily await orders; below: Lonesome cue; right: Jan 
Ingram and Lucretia Hulsebus transact business in College Store. 





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JOHN WESLEY MEYERHOFF 
Physical Education 

ADELAIDE HART MILLER 
Music 

HARVEY HORATIO MILLER, JR. 
Music 

LOUISE PEAVY MILLER 
Music 



PRISCILLA NOYES MILLER 
Library Assistant 

RHUEMMA CARTER MILLER 

English 

DORIS EVELYN MONTGOMERY 
Assistant to Business Manager 

DOROTHEA JOAN MOSER 
Music 



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right: Martha Nolen lends a helping hand at the reception 
for new students; below: Guy Payne, his usual humorous 
self; below right: The new Associate Director of Admis- 
sions, Harold Smith; opposite top: Mrs. Camlin talks 
with hall counselor Sieve Sugg and freshman Danny 
Armstrong; opposite below: An asset to Brevard Admis- 
sions: Betty Neale's glowing personality. 






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Various Jobs Require 
Varying Personalities 



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Ham, Roast Beef, Fish and Turkey on Sundays 




GRACE JACKSON MUNRO 
Business 

DOUGLAS TIMOTHY GORDON MURRAY 
Art 

LINWOOD ASA MURRAY 
Chemistry 

PATSY ELIZABETH NEAL 
Physical Education 



ELIZABETH SUTER NEALE 
Assistant Director of Admissions 

BOBBIE JEAN NICHOLSON 
Chemistry 

MARTHA TALLEY NOLEN 
Secretary and Receptionist 

MAUDE STEWART NORWOOD 
Assistant Student Union 



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opposite: Every one is eager to taste Mrs. Paxton's pipin hot rolls; 
left: Mrs. Pace helps to keep the accounts in order, below: During 

the homecoming soccer game, Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Witek relax. 





MARTHA POOLE OWEN 
Faculty Secretary 

DOROTHY STATON PACE 
Bookkeeper 

MILDRED CANTRELL PARKER 
Assistant Director of Cafeteria 

MARIO PEDRO PEREZ 
Business and Spanish 



VIOLA CASANOVA DE PEREZ 
Spanish 

ESTON EUGENE ROBERTS 
English 

BRONA NIFONG ROY 
Associate Registrar 

CHARLES EDWARD ROY 
Chaplain and Religion 



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right: Mrs. Eaker never misses a sports event; below: 

One of the friendly maintenance personnel is Mr. Brac- 
ken; below right: Grading time is one of Mrs. Hughey's 
less enjoyable tasks; opposite right: Mrs. Kenerly cheer- 
fully executes her responsibilities as President Davis' sec- 
retary; opposite far right: Sign- out cards are checked by 
Mrs. Brown. 





MARY WILSON STEVENSON 
Library Assistant 

MARY ELIZABETH STILES 
Secretary to Fine Arts Division 

HARRISON ELLIOTT TAWNEY 
Director of Counseling 
and Psychology 

LAURA VIRGINIA TILLOTSON 
Music 

GEORGE LARRY WHATLEY 
Music 

MARION PURCELL WHATLEY 
Music 



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And It Never Ends 





rVA SANDERS WHITMIRE 
Assistant Student Union 

DOROTHY HOLLIFIELD WILLIS 
Secretary to Athletic Department 

NORMAN LEE WITEK 

Health and Physical Education 

ARTHUR PRESTON WOODRUFE 
Religion 



ORVILLE CLAIRE WOOD YARD 
Mathematics and Physics 

SARA EAKER WORLEY 

Assistant to Alumni Secretary 

JANE ELIZABETH WRIGHT 
Librarian 

MERLE NEWCOMER YOUNG 
Religion 



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college life 



The Start Of 
Something New 




Before August could pass through her last 1974 days, dorms 
opened to receive the new students. Few freshmen will 
ever forget the hysteria of moving in and the hectic ar- 
rangement of their homes away from home, not to mention 
meeting roommates for the first time. Each dorm came alive 
with the traffic of freshmen running from room to room 
meeting soon-to-be year-long friends. Individual stories 



mingle in the halls and laughter warms the atmosphere. 
Orientation activities proceed as freshmen and their pa- 
rents attend the Faculty-Freshmen Tea. Orientation was 
heightened by the Pizza Party following a presentation by 
President Davis on the heritage of Brevard College. 
Freshmen newness began to wear off, however, with the 
hassle of registration. 




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opposite above: Karen Vega and Melissa Pauley arrive from Houston; 
opposite below: Curds Butner checks over orientation information; 
top left: Marion Whatley serves punch at the reception for new stu- 
dents; top right: A helping hand is given Christine Gomez and Linda 
Hoke by Libby Smith; above right: Upon arrival, Linda Liles and Susan 
Stanley discuss plans for college life; left: Dean Thurston greets new 
freshmen in the receiving line. 



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right: Lines begin to form for registration; below: Kathleen 
McGuire awaits assistance from Mr. Lathrop and Miss 
Nicholson; below right: Chaplain Roy wonders how many 
students will register for his classes; opposite top left: After 
purchasing his books, Kevin Dusenbury heads for the dorm; 
opposite top right: Mr. Barkley helps Kathy Short and Mac- 
Crosby register for art courses; opposite below: While Alice 
Vernon checks cards, Theresa Goodman directs Ken Brackett 
to the Bursar's desk. 






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Registration 
Hassle Begins 





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Tube Trip Initiates 74-75 Activities 










top left: Phil Josey prepares for the trip; top right: Nothing ever eomes easy in this 
life, fanetll; above: Coach Hall supervises loading, opposite top: Mr. A. captains 
his airplane tube opposite center right: Cindy Stiles, Penny Barksdale and Polly 
Ailor float down together to catch up on the gossip; opposite center left: Frog 
seems to be enjoying the Inp; right: Unfortunately, not all the time was spent on 
the tube; opposite far right: And they just keep on floatin'l 



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On September 15, twenty-five warm-blooded 
students braved the French Broad River for three 
hours in inner tubes. Coach Hall and Mr. Burger 
forged the way in a canoe, with Mr. "A" on his 
famous airplane tire. The trip was successful in 
helping students to make new friends, creating a 
lot of laughs, and a case of goose-bumps! 







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above: Dave Meeks does the left hand star; above left: Mr. Burger and his wife sweat it out!; below: 
Laurie Hendricks swings her partner; bottom: Dr. and Mrs. Davis follow Monica Davis and Gene 
Smith in the promenade. 



Hoe-Downs 



Enjoyed By All 



The musical quality of the caller's voice blends 
with the sound of guitars, banjos and fiddles. The 
room is alive with music, its walls shake with the 
rhythm of clapping hands and stomping feet. Be- 
tween the expertise of the doggers and the ama- 
teur attempts of some brave souls, Square Dances 
provided three evenings this year of "good and 
sweaty" fun. Along with the regulars, Mr. and Mrs. 
Burger, such personalities as President and Mrs. 
Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff joined in the 
chaos with such features as the Mexican Hat Dance, 
the Bunny Hop and "good ole" traditional square 
dancing. 




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Scuba Course Offers 
Y. M. C. A. Certification 






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A Skin and Scuba course was offered this year as an 
extracurricular activity. The instruction began with 
basic skin diving and continued through the re- 
quirements of Scuba. The class was taught by Mr. Jim 
Chester and Mr. Dick Carter, two licensed instructors 
from Brevard. If all qualifications were met, Y.M.C. A. 
certification was granted. 



top left: John Bossart becomes familiar with basic diving equipment; top right: scuba 
lifesaving technique is demonstrated by Janet Smith; center left: Instructors Dick 
Carter and jim Chester teach basic skin diving skills; center right: Clay Rowan 
practices bailing out; above: Undenvater shot of Janet Smith with skindivmg gear. 



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Gene Cotton 
In Concert 



Brevard has been fortunate to have such 
a variety of lyceum programs and concert 
series this year. The range contained ev- 
erything from religious rock music to coun- 
try rock to jazz to folk music to modern 
dance. Those responsihile for making our 
Lyceum-Concert Series so successful in- 
cluded Gene Cotton, Decatur Jones, Pure 
Prairie League, St. Louis Jazz Quartet, 
Contemporary Dance Ensemble, Mar- 
lowe Twins and Shorb Brothers . There was 
a program to fit every taste. 





top: Gene Cotton performs for first fall concert; above: 
Like father, like son; right: St. Louis Jazz Quartet at 
lyceum. 



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The Marlowe Twins Perform At Lyceum 




top: Talented Marlowe Twins receive well-deserved applause; above: 
New approach to required convocations brought the Shorb Brothers to 
Brevard College; left: Decatur Jones - what can you say? 



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P. P. L. Echos 
Foot-Stompin' Music 



On February 3, the Social Board sponsored Pure Prairie 
League; the biggest name band the college has ever had. 
The country rock group played for a good hour and a half 
and attracted not only a tremendous crowd of students, but 
a large number of townspeople as well. 






top: Heavy tookm' dude gets into his music; center: PPL brings out acoustic guitars and banjo; 
above: Acoustics and banjo lead the show; right: Another great song by PPL. 



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left: Intricate routines are performed by the 
Contemporary Dancers from Canada. 



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Mudfight Climaxes 
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top: /I muddy Kendall Miller about to get another bucketful; center left: Delps and Nemos 
enjoy sloppy frolic; center right: Sometimes you wonder whatever possessed you to join!!; 
above: For those who can stomach it, the kissing line is a main attraction; right: Mike 
Brendle seems to enjoy his job as auctioneer. 



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Cultural Exchange Weekend: 
Attempt To Overcome Boredom 



As a prelude to an evening of square dancing, a Cul- 
tural Exchange Carnival was held one Saturday after- 
noon in the fall. Originated by Cedric Guthrie and Os- 
mond Ashman, the Carnival offered a variety of enter- 
tainment from a pie-throwing contest with certain spe- 
cial targets such as Mr. Eston Roberts and Mr. Preston 
Woodruff, to a Cultural Cuisine exchange. 





top: "Take that you beast!": above: Steve 
Bramblett grubs out: above left: Gene Smith 
totally engrossed in Monica Dams' fantastic 
spaghetti: left: Mr. Roberts and Mr. Burger 
discuss the next salvo during the pie throwing 
contest. 



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Homecoming Highlights 
The Month of October 



October 11 sparked the beginning of the 1974 
Homecoming Weekend. Much more than a soccer 
game, the festivites began Friday night in Dunham 
Auditorium with the presentation of "The Reivers", 
starring Steve McQueen. 

Saturday morning the dorms were unusually noisy 
as the women rushed to prepare for open dorms and a 
few energetic co-eds began to transform Jones into 
visions of Disney World and "Beam on Parade." The 
prize money was divided $30-$20 between the dorms, 
with Beam the top winner. 

As the day wore on, alumni began to congregate 
with old acquaintances rehashing the memorable 
past. 

Although the Cross Country team met with defeat 
by Western Carolina, the Soccer team rallied to a 6-2 
victory over Montreat-Anderson. 

Half-time marked the presentation of the 
Homecoming Court by Master of Ceremonies, Mr. 
Preston Woodruff. The Court was selected from a 
ballot of ten sophomore and ten freshmen women, 
and chosen by the Cross Country and Soccer teams. 
Jeanne Mortonson, Cindy Nanney and Martha Helms 
represented the sophomore class, with Ellen McGim- 
sey and Missy Carter representing the freshmen. 

Dunham Hall underwent a metamorphosis from 
the usual scene of convocation to a reflection of Dis- 
ney World, designed by the Social Board. The music 
of "Nantucket Sleighride" resounded throughout the 
evening. The Homecoming activities came to a climax 
as President Davis crowned a sparkling and vivacious 
Cindy Nanney as the 1974 Homecoming Queen. 





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opposite top: Homecoming court awaits presentation; 
opposite center: Alumni, young and old, return to watch 
the Tornadoes once again swamp Montreat-Anderson; 
opposite below: Even little Brooke Blocker seems to be 
caught up in the excitement; top: Bohbi Goodman does 
her part to boost spirit during the homecoming game; left: 
Alan Smith takes over, opening the door to a 6-2 victory 
over Montreat-Anderson; below: Beam Dorm welcomes 
alumni with their prize-winning decorations. 




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Cindy Nanney 
Crowned 1974 
Homecoming Queen 



opposite top: Hope Mumford relaxes with Karl Ragsdale and 
alumni Lint Sharpe and Tippy Carr during homecoming open 
dorm; opposite center: 1974 Homecoming Court presented at 
half-time; opposite below: Freshman representative Missy Car- 
ter, escorted by Tom Craddock, are momentarily distracted; top: 
President Davis once again performs one of his more pleasant 
duties; above: As Nantucket plays, the new queen and her escort 
are honored with the first dance; left: Roses fit for a queen are 
accepted by a jubiliant Cindy Nanney. 



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Tradition 

Lights Up 

Dark Stage 




For three consecutive evenings in November the curtain 
rose on Brevard College students and faculty as they 
brought to life the heartwarming and heartrending play 
"Fiddler on the Roof." 

Two months of sweat and frustrations were committed to 
scripts, dances and songs, while Mrs. Cope devoted end- 
less hours in the preparation of costumes. 

The play was superbly executed by the talented cast, 
mastermindedly directed by Samuel Cope. Each produc- 
tion directed by this outstanding individual seems increas- 
ingly more successful. It's tradition! 




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opposite top: Jim Bamkill and Bill Haire apply makeup; oppo- 
site below: The bottle dance is performed by Glenn Stgmon, 
Cedric Guthrie, and Larry Vroegindewey during the wedding 
celebration; above: Tevye's family gathers around the table on 
the eve of Sabbath; left: Isn't it amazing what makeup can do to 
Miss T. ? 



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right: Perchik (Patrick Godfrey) explains life in the city to 
Model ( Susan Torella); below: TevyeiMr. Woodruffl'and 
Golda (Laura Funk) during dream scene as Grandma 
Tzeitel (Miss Tillatsont appears; opposite top: Motel 
dun Bamhill) looks fondly at Ins new bride (Laura 
Hughes); opposite below far right: Tevye, Golda. and 
their girls look back at their home as they leave Anateuka; 
opposite below right: Fyedka (Tom fanes) discusses a 
new book with Chava (Katlu Skillen). 





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Christmas Cheer 
Engulfs Campus 



Preceding the frenzy of exam week, the excitement of 
Christmas came to Brevard with the return of students from 
Thanksgiving break. The Christian Council observed the 
traditional Lighting of the Christmas Tree and the Music 
Department promoted the Christmas spirit with caroling 
and a very special convocation featuring seasonal selec- 
tions performed by the Glee Club, Chamber Singers, Choir 
and Band. 

To go along with the festivities of Christmas time, an 
informal dance was held on Friday evening, December 6. 
The informal atmosphere created by the wearing of jeans in 
the Girls' Gymnasium encouraged many attached and un- 
attached persons to attend and let loose to the music of 
Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs. 






top: The traditional lighting of the Christmas Tree 
brightens the grounds and the hearts of the campus; 
above: Carolers fill the air with seasonal joy; above 
right: A blanket of white covers the campus; right: The 
music department presents the annual Christmas convo- 
cation. 



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Sally Moorefield Crowned Valentine Queen 




above: Sweetheart Court: Patsy Todd, Sally Moorefield, Karen Land. Diane Lance and Cindy Causby; 
right: President Dams completes the coronation; left below: The newly crowned queen with her escort, 
Clint Williams, lead in the spotlight dance; right below: And a good time was had by all; bottom: Heath 
Weldon presents Sally with a bouquet of roses. 







Caught in the fancy of the day, the 
Nemos and the Delphians sponsored 
their annual Valentine Dance on Fri- 
day, February 14. 

For four hours, an enthusiastic 
turnout was swept away by the music 
manufactured by MAINSTREAM in a 
transformed Dunham Auditorium. 
The evening was culmimated by the 
presentation of the Delphian- 
nominated Valentine Court, consist- 
ing of Cindy Causby, Diana Lance, 
Karen Land, Sally Moorefield and 
Patsy Todd. Captivating the student 
body, Sally Moorefield was crowned 
queen. 



college life / 79 





Dr. Huffman 

Staley Foundation Speaker For 

Christian Encounter Week 



Monday, March 3, marked the beginning of the 
annual Christian Encounter Week on campus, spon- 
sored by Christian Council. Lectures were presented 
by guest speaker, Dr. John Huffman, senior minister 
to First Presbyterian Church in Pittsburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. Except for one formal convocation, Dr. 
Huffman spoke informally in the Student Union and 
at a breakfast meeting held in the Myers cafeteria. 
Response to these informal meetings was encourag- 
ing because students could relate more closely to mat- 
ters discussed. Those participating actively in Christ- 
ian Encounter Week found it to be very worthwhile 
and meaningful. 




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far left: David Tedesco and Mike David participated in the music program 
presented at the formal convocation; center: Students listen intently as Dr. 
Huffman speaks; bottom left: Dr. Huffman takes part in worship service; 
left: Breakfast meeting marked the close of Christian Encounter Week; 
below: Alice Vernon, Sean Diltz. Theresa Goodman and Janet Smith talk 
with Dr. Huffman after convocation; bottom: In an informal meeting, Dr. 
Huffman discusses "How to Handle Hassles at Home." 





college life / 81 




>>. * 









You Are You 

Enrolling as a freshman at college always involves a 
certain amount of trauma, stemming from the fact that 
one is not sure what to expect, and the realization that 
he is entering a new phase of his life. It is essentially 
up to each individual what and how much he wants to 
get from the college experience, and soon after arriv- 
ing on campus, he finds that he must decide what 
course he wants to follow. The first few days can be 
especially unsettling. He finds that he is surrounded 
by hundreds of faces he has never seen before. He 
might discover that, although he has brought a whole 
car load of stuff, most of the things he needs he has left 
at home. He is expected to absorb the history of Bre- 
vard College, methods of registration and the setup of 
the library. He is introduced to quality points, semes- 
ter hours, requirements for graduation and music 
majors. It is all new and there are so many questions 
he wants to ask, but nobody knows any more than he 
does. So every one struggles together and the strange 
faces become familiar, and somehow all the pieces of 
the puzzle that is Brevard College fall into place. As an 
incoming freshman, he might find that he has much 
more freedom than he had at home. There is no one to 
nag him to eat or sleep or study. So he learns how to 
juggle his time in order to stay healthy, to pass his 
courses, and still have as much fun as possible. 

Academically, the classes move at a much faster 
pace than they did in high school, and if he cuts a class 
he might find himself far behind. The classes meet 
only three times a week, which would be great, except 
that he knows he must finish his textbook in four 
months. So studying is a common pastime. He might 
find himself developing a taste for strong coffee. 
While pulling an all-nighter in preparation for mid- 
term exams, his mind may wander to fantasies of 
joining the ranks of college dropouts. Yet he gets 
through it somehow and he learns and experiences. 

And looking back, more often than not, he finds 
they are good memories and he is glad he is here. 



right: To be alone is not so bad as to be lonely, top right: Friends come 
quickly to Daryl Tilson, Ellen McGimsey, Laura Smith, Karen Vega and 
Frank Ltppard. 




84 / freshmen 





DANNY WILFRED ADAIR 

Fountain Inn. South Carolina 
CORNELIUS ADDISON 

Mount Vernon, New York 
ELIZABETH KAYE ALLEN 

Ay den 
IAMES HENRY ALLEN 

Greensboro 
JAMES MORRIS ALLEN 

Greensboro 
CLAYTON BERNARD ALSTON 

Wake Forest 



MARK ROBERT ANDERSON 

Greensboro 
FLOYD DANIEL ARMSTRONG 

Lincolnton 

DEBORAH GAY ASHE 

Penrose 
TIMOTHY DALE AUSTIN 

MocksviIIe 
GARY WAYNE BARBOUR 

Matthews 



JAY PAUL BARKAS 

Miami, Florida 



JEAN HOLLISTER BARKSDALE 

Waynesboro, Virginia 
RUSSELL LEWIS BARNETT 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 
PAMELA SUE BASS 

Asheville 
CYNTHIA KAY BELLEFEUIL 

Brevard 
MARK EVANS BENGSTON 

Allentown, Pennsylvania 
GREGORY MARK BENNETT 

Ludlow, Kentucky 

RICHARD WATSON BEST 

College Park, Georgia 
ANNA LOUISE BIGGS 

Hickory 
JOHN MEIKLE BLAIR 

Black Mountain 
WILLIAM BRADFORD BLOOM 

Devon. Pennsylvania 
CHRIST! ADELE BOBO 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 
SHARON FAYE BONHAM 

Clyde 



freshmen I 85 



Friends Come From All Walks Of Life 



THEODORE EDWARD BOONE III 

Wilmington, Delaware 
THOMAS BRADLEY BOOZER 

Asheville 
IOHN MERLE BOSSART 

Cocoa, Florida 
MARGARET ELAINE BOTELER 

Plantation, Florida 
TANA LINVILLE BOUFFARD 

Jamestown 



RICHARD DURHAM BOWEN 

Cooleemee 
LAURIE JEAN BRADSHAW 

Amelia, Virginia 

STEPHEN ERIC BRAMBLETT 

Miami, Florida 
(AMES CRANFORD BRANTLEY, ]R 

Arlington, Virginia 

ARLINGTON TAB BRIDGES 
Kings Mountain 



MICHAEL WILLIAM BROWN 
Asheville 

THOMAS RUSSELL BROWN 
Summerville, South Carolina 

BOYCE STEPHEN BRUNT 
Winston-Salem 

CORENE ELLEN BRYANT 

Kernersville 
MARTHA 1EAN BRYANT 

Charlotte 



RONALD 1AMES BULLOCK 

Columbia, South Carolina 
MARY ELIZABETH BUTLER 

Black Mountain 
JAMES CURTIS BUTNER, JR. 

Winston-Salem 
WILLIAM THOMAS BYRD 

Charlotte 
SUSAN CATHERYN CALL 

Morganton 






bottom left: Who needs friends?" asks Leslie Lail 
of her furry friend; left: Cindy Causby and Matt 
Smith find confort in togetherness. 




WADE FOSTER CAMP 

Cirdeville, Ohio 
ROBERTA ELIZABETH CAMPER 

Ptsgah Forest 
JAMES PAUL CARRIEL 

Gastoma 
BONNIE IO CARTER 

Wake Forest 
MARY EVELYN CARTER 

Charlotte 
PAMELA DIANE CARTER 

Asheboro 



WILLIAM SANFORD CARTWRICHT 
Boonville 

CYNTHIA DIANA CAUSBY 
Morganton 

PHILLIP RONALD CAVINDER 
Brevard 

KAREN ANN CHAPPELL 

Winston-Salem 
MICHAEL CHAVIS 

Brooklyn, New York 
MICHAEL PAUL CHIARAVALLO 

Cedar Grove, New Jersey 

JOHNNY ROBERT CLARK 

Morganton 
HERBERT COLEMAN CLAY 

Manor Virginia 
MELODIE WAYE CLODFELTER 

Bryson City 

JAMES FRANKLIN COLE 
High Point 

CLINTON ALLEN COLEMAN 
Easley, South Carolina 

DONALD ANTHONY COLEMAN 
Louisville, Kentucky 

IAMES CARROLL COOK 

Gray Court, South Carolina 
RUFFIN HOLDEN COPELAND 

Greensboro 
JAMES WILLIAM COPPEDGE 

Jacksonville, Florida 
TERRY LYNN COULTER 

Connelly Spnngs 
GREGORY WAYNE COX 

HenryviUe. Indiana 
SUSAN LEE COX 

Winston-Salem 



freshmen ; 87 



Thoughts Travel Near and Far 



WILLIAM THOMAS CRADDOCK 

Charlotte 
]OHN DAVID CRAFT 

Aiken, South Carolina 
MICHAEL EUGENE CREEKMORE 

Chesapeake, Virginia 
HOWARD WILLIAM CRERAN 

Oaklyn, New |ersey 
FRANCES SUSAN CRITZ 

Greensboro 
RAYONETTE IANEA5E CROWDER 

Winston-Salem 

MICHAEL DALV DAVID 

Miami, Florida 
KAREN DELORES DAVIS 

Durham 
MONICA RAE DAVIS 

Frostproof, Florida 
WANDA VIOLET DAVIS 

Salisbury 
DEBORAH ELIZABETH DEBORD 

Brevard 
KAREN ANN DEILY 

Aiken, South Carolina 



[AMES YIN-SHU DER 
Asheville 

DERRICK ANTHONY DEVERGER 
Brooklyn. New York 

MARTHA SUZANNE DICKERSON 

Winter Garden, Florida 
RHONDA ALLISON DILLS 

Pisgah Forest 
REBECCA ANNE DODSON 

Durham 
MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER DORAN 

Newport 

SALLY MARSHALL DOUGLASS 
Catasauqua. Pennsylvania 

PAUL ARTHUR DRIMMEL 
Hendersonville 

THOMAS ROBERTS DUBOSE, |R 

Richmond, Virginia 
STEVEN HENLEY DULA 

Charlotte 
LARRY NEIL DURHAM 

Greenville, South Carolina 
KEVIN SCOTT DU5ENBURY 

Wilmington, Delaware 

DEBORAH KAYE EASLER 

Spartanburg. South Carolina 
CHARLOTTE ANN EASON 

Baxley, Georgia 
NANCY ANNE EASON 

Memphis. Tennessee 
LINDA LEE EDWARDS 

Asheville 

MARGARET TAGGART EDWARDS 

C lemson 
R1C HARD ARLEN ELDRIDCF 

Mount Holly 




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V 




bottom left: Personal thoughts other than scores occupy Margie Preston's and Laura Smith's minds; above: What happened? "I 
was watching something bounce and lost all sense of balance," explains Steve Hoagland. 




HOLLIS EUGENE ELLIS 

Wmston-Salem 
1HOMAS FISKE ELLWOOD 

Brevard 
TILMAN HOWELL ELROD 

Gastonia 
ROBIN DAVID EULER 

Coatesville. Pennsylvania 

DAVID MICHAEL EVANS 

Miami, Florida 
GEORGE EDGAR EVANS 

Cedar Mountain 



GABOR ALEXANDER FARKAS 

Newark, Delaware 
WILLIAM WILSON FARRIS, JR 

Marion, Virginia 
BARBARA HARVEY FOOTE 

Charleston, South Carolina 
JAMES TON - ! FOX 

\ ,hcv li!. 

ARTHUR ALBERT FRANK 

Northbrook, Illinois 

STANLEY PAUL FRANKS 
Rosman 



LEONARD KEVIN FRISBEE 

Hot Springs 
VICKI ANN GARDNER 

Asheville 
MARIAN KATHY GARRISON 

Atlanta, Georgia 
DEBRA ANNGEHO 

Clover, South Carolina 
CHARLES MUGLER GIBSON, ]R 

Hampton, Virginia 
MARSHA ANNE GIBSON 

Matthews 



freshmen / 89 




STEVEN RAY GIBSON 
Hampton, Virginia 

ARTHUR BRADLEY GILLESPIE 

Greensboro 

EILEEN TERESA GLYNN 
Fanwood. New Jersey 



PATRICK GRANT GODFREY 
Greer, South Carolina 

CHRISTINE ELAINE GOMEZ 
Brevard 

BOBBI ANN GOODMAN 
Aiken, South Carolina 



KAREN LYNN GOSNELL 

Bessemer City 
ROBERT JEFFREY GOSNELL 

Matthews 

FULMER FRANK GRIFFIN 
Deland. Florida 



NANCY ELOISEGRIGC 
Lincoln ton 

DIANNE ELIZABETH GRIMES 

Camden 
WILLIAM DAVID HAIRE 

Charlotte 



GARLAND GLENN HAMRICK. |R 

Pinellas Park, Florida 
MICHAEL KEITH HARDIN 

Kings Mountain 

STEVEN MARK HARGETT 
Charlotte 



PAMELA IEWEL HARPER 

Durham 
RHONDA SUE HARRIS 

Brevard 
CHARLES PATRICK HART 

Greenville, South Carolina 






LAURA KAY HAUC 

Otto 
DENISE LYNNE HAYNES 

Mocksville 
IUANITA IENKINS HEARD 

Charlotte 




90 / freshmen 



Being Yourself Is Important 




far left: "Hummm, the pond isn't as deep as I anticipated," ponders F. E. McKee; above: Becky Stephenson, Holly Barksdale and 
Mike Doran take a playful break from studies. 




THOMAS GRAY HEATH 

Pisgah Forest 
PAUL ARTHUR HEILMAN 

Fort Eustic, Virginia 
CYNTHIA YVONNE HELTON 

Belmont 

LAURIE ELLYN HENDRICKS 
Seminole, Florida 

DEBORAH ANN HICKS 
Brevard 

WILLIAM DENNIS HICKS 
Lorton. Virginia 

MARY FRANCES HINKLE 

Sunset, South Carolina 
STEVEN TATUM HOAGLAND 

Greensboro 

LINDA )ANE HOKE 

Brevard 
RICHARD STEVENSON HOLMES. JR. 

Greensboro 
MICHAEL BRYAN HORD 

Hickory 
THOMAS PAUL HORONZY 

Levittown, Pennsylvania 

KAREN RITA HOVEY 

Winston-Salem 
ELIZABETH AMBER HOWE 

Hendersonville 
WILLIAM RAMSAUR HOYLE, JR 

Lincoln ton 
THECLA DARLENE HUFF 

Greenville, South Carolina 
HERRON ANN HUGHES 

Winnsboro, South Carolina 
LAURA SUE HUGHES 

Clinton, Tennessee 



KEITH LEE HUNNEYCUTT 

Charlotte 
CAROL LYNN HUNT 

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DONNA ANNE HURLEY 

Charlotte 
SOMA ELAINE INGRAHAM 

Brevard 
REBECCA KATE JACKSON 

Hendersonville 
CAROL ANNE JOHNSON 

Gastonia 



freshmen / 91 



right: Tina Sneed questions just how long an hour 
can be; bottom right: "B" period! "C" period! 
What to do? wonders frustrated Anna Biggs during 
registration. 




CYNTHIA CRAY JOHNSON 

Burlington 
DAVID DOUGLAS IOHNSON 

Raleigh 
DEBORAH ANN JOHNSON 

Brevard 

PHILIP WYNN |ONES 
North, South Carolina 

RHONDA ANNE JONES 
Greensboro 

ROBIN ELIZABETH (ONES 
Etowah 



TERESA JANE JONES 
Marietta, Georgia 

TIMOTHY CHARLTON JONES 

Vienna, Virginia 
THOMAS EDWARD JONES 

Memphis, Tennessee 
PHILIP EDWARD IOSEY 

Charlotte 
DEBORAH LEE [USTUS 

Flat Rock 
MICHAEL WAYNE KAHILL 

Winston-Salem 



THERESA LYNN KALE 

Efland 
NORIKO KAWANAMI 

Fukuoka, Japan 
LINDA LOUISE KELLY 

Miami, Florida 
[OHN BANKS KERR 

Raleigh 

DEBORAH |EAN KING 

New Bern 
RANDY WILLIAM KING 

C'L>lumhia. South Carolina 



REBECCA ANN KINNEY 
Matthews 

STEPHEN HALL KITTERMAN 
Greenville. South Carolina 

JURGEN BERT KLIMEk 
Brevard 

LESLIE KAY LAIL 

Con over 
DEBORAH REBECCA LAKE 

Inman, South Carolina 
DON PETE LANCE 

Brevard 




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Time? Relative To The Situation 




TERLSA DIANE LANCE 
Fletcher 

KATHERINF DIANE LANE 
Rutherford ton 

CALVIN HERMAN LANGFORD 
Asheville 

MARTIN CLAIR LANGMAID 

Atlanta, Georgia 
RICKY DALE LANKFORD 

Charlotte 
DEBRA LAWANDALES 

Marietta, Georgia 

BETTY ANN LENAHAN 
Jacksonville, Florida 

LINDA JANE LILES 
Greensboro 

FRANK WOLFE LIPPARD 
Matthews 

CORDON POWERS LUCAS 
Winter Haven, Florida 

PHILIP EUGENE LY'BRAND 
Greenville, South Carolina 

GERARD LEONARD LYNAM 
Wilmington, Delaware 



JOHN DAVID McCALL 

Brevard 
STEVEN LAWRENCE McCALL 

Hendersonville 
MONA LISA McDANIEL 

( ,rfi nsh' tii 
SHIRLEY CORNELIA McDOWELL 

Arden 
ELLEN SHERRILL McGIMSEY 

Lenoir 
JERPHY McILWAIN 

Columbia. South Carolina 

FABIUS ERNEST McKEE 

Charlotte 
DANIEL ALLEN McLENNAN 

Greensboro 
DANIEL EUGENE McMAHON 

Penrose 
KATHY COLLEEN McNULTY 

West Melbourne. Florida 
JOHN REINHARDT MABRY 

Atlanta. Georgia 
PATRICK DAVID MATTOS 

Brevard 




freshmen / 93 



right: Jane Jones and Sam Sampson 
support the soccer team as well as 
each other; bottom right: Tubing is 
a refreshing sport for Phi! josey and 
Mark Skatrud. 




[AMES ROBERT MAUNEY 

Belmont 
WILLIAM RAY MAYNOR, JR 

Charlotte 
PAUL JESSE MERRITT, JR. 

Charlotte 
LARRY KENDALL MILLER 

West Jefferson 
DAVID WALTER MITCHELL 

Jacksonville, Florida 



TIMOTHY LEE MONTEITH 

Brevard 
ROBERT GILMORE MOORE, [F 

Lexington, Virginia 
DARRELL HENRY MORRIS 

Rockfish, Virginia 
KARL DOUGLAS MORRIS 

Wilson's Mills 
JULIE SUZANNE MORRISON 

Woodbridge, Virginia 



CINDY LYNN MOSS 

Cramerton 
IAMES DAVID MUNNERLYN 

Georgetown, South Carolina 
MARTHA NAN NANCE 

Denton 
LARRY DAVID NESBITT 

Asheville 
JOHN ROGERS NESTER 

Basking Ridge, New Jersey 




94 / freshmen 



Sports Of Different Types 




MARK WELLFORD NOF1 ■ ■ 

Roanoke, Virginia 
BETH RAHN NORTON 

Pisgah Forest 
MARY ANN O'KELLEY 

Gainesville, Ceorgia 
CLARK CILMOREOVER 

Charlotte 
JOHN ALAN OWEN 

Brevard 
JONATHAN' EDWARD PASCARELLA 

Vienna, Virginia 



THOMAS MASSEY PAUL 

Wilmington, Delaware 
MELISSA ANNE PAULEY 

Houston, Tenas 
DEBRA LYNNE PETTY 

Rutherford ton 
BARBARA ANN PH1LLIPPE 

Brevard 

RICHARD WHITFIELD PLOWDEN 

Greenville. South Carolina 
ROBERT JUDE POFFENBARGER 

Charlotte 



CATHERINE ANNE PONTIUS 

Newark. Delaware 
SHARON BELLE POTTS 

Highlands 
MALINDA MARIE POULOS 

Taylors, South Carolina 
SAMUEL HENLEY PREFONTAINE 

Greensboro 
M.AR)ORIE ANNE PRESTON 

Charlotte 

GARY MITCHELL PRICE 

Mono .e 




freshmen 95 



Communication . . . 
Outside 




SUSAN ELAINE PRICE 

Matthews 
MARY ELLINORA PUTZEL 

Lenoir 
THOMAS ENGLAND REEP 

Glen Alpine 
GEORGE DAVID REEVES 

Clyde 
DAVID WILLIAM RICE 

Atlanta, Georgia 
CLAYTON BENNETT ROWAN 

Winter Haven. Florida 

CLAIRE MILLAR ROWLAND 

Neptune Beach, Florida 
LORENA LOVE RUSSELL 

Highlands 
GARY EDWARD SADLER 

Rutherfordton 
LUFKIN CLARK SAMPSON, JR. 

Morehead City 
JAY SCOTT SELLERS 
Clearwater, Florida 
SUSAN ELENA SEMONES 

Mount Airy 

WALTER WILLIAM SENNE II 

Ashevdle 
BARBARA LYNN SEQUOYAH 

Cherokee 
JOSEPH CALHOUN SEWELL 

Charlotte 
BILLY MAC SEXTON 

Arden 
SAMUEL WESLEY SHARPE 

Mak'sv II- 
ALEXANDER FRANCIS SHERER 

Fairborn, Ohio 



DEBRA EILEEN SHUPF. 

Brevard 
CARL HUGH SHYTLE 

Shelbv 
DANIEL ERWIN SIBLEY 

Chapel Hill 
GLENN ROY 51GMON 

Charlotte 
ALAN LEI SIN* .1 R 

Jacksonville, Florida 
MARK RALPH SKATRUD 

Raleigh 




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left: Suzanne Dickerson and Pam Carter look forward to excite- 
ment off campus. 




KATHERINE MARIE SKILLEN 

Spruce Tine 
THOMAS ENGEL SLUITER 

Margaretville. New York 
KEVIN JOE SMATHERS 

Brevard 
ALAN RICHARD SMITH 

Atlanta, Georgia 
JUDY LYNNE SMITH 

Supply 
LAURA DENISE SMITH 

Charlotte 

MATTHEW CLAY SMITH 

Deland. Florida 
NANCY CAROL SMITH 

Aiken, South Carolina 
PAMELA MARIE SMITH 

Connelly Springs 
TONY WILLIAM SMITH 

Fairview 
CHRISTINE COLLEEN SNEED 

Gastonia 
JOE GRAY SOUTHERN 

Winston-5aIem 



JULIE ETTE STANLEY 

Hendersonville 
SUSAN DIANE STANLEY 

Greensboro 
JOHN DAVID STELLWACEN 

Sacramento, California 
REBECCA ANN STEPHENSON 

Raleigh 

MARY CATHERINE STERK 

Brevard 
WILLIE C. STEWART 

Reevesville, South Carolina 



MICHAEL DAVID STINNEFORD 

Raleigh 

WILLIAM HARDING STYRON, JR 

Morehead City 
ROBERT IRVIN TALBERT 

Winston -Salem 
DAVID ALAN TEDESCO 

St Petersburg, Florida 

CHRISTOPHER JOHN TENPENNY 

HUlsville, Virginia 
KAREN PATRICIA THARPE 

Ronda 



freshmen / 97 



CHARLES HOWARD THOMAS 

Clemmons 
RANDY BLAINE TILLER 

Marion, Virginia 
DARYL BRYAN T1LSON 

Concord, Tennessee 
SUSAN ALICE TORELLA 

Brevard 

SUSAN ELAINE TURNER 

Marion 
JAMES FELTON VAUSE 

Youngsville 

KAREN SUE VEGA 

Houston, Texas 
LARRY ALLAN VROEGINDEWEY 

[oliet, Illinois 
PATRICIA MARBETH WALDRUP 

Fletcher 
MARY LOUISE WALL 

! den 
MARY CARROW WARREN 

Winston-Salem 
MILDRED JORDAN WEBBER 

Abingdon, Virginia 

KIM VIRGINIA WEHUNT 

High Shoals 
SHERIDAN McCABE WELCH 

Hendersonville 
CYNTHIA ANN WENTZ 

Norfolk, Virginia 
TRACY ELAINE WHITE 

Melbourne, Florida 

MAND1 MORSE WIER 
Abbeville, South Carolina 

SONYA GAIL WILKERSON 
Knoxville, Tennessee 






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Giving Yourself, 
Your Views, 
Your Umbrella 



far left: "Sometimes giving has to be taught," 
thinks Deborah Wray of Derrick Deverger; oppo- 
site left: Karen Vega has a special interest in 
photography; left: "I get a little help from my 
friends," whispers George Evans to Tracy White. 




LISA VIRGINIA W1LKINS 

Inman, South Carolina 
BARRY GEORGE WILKINSON 

Wilmington, Delaware 
THOMAS WAYNE WILLIAMS 

Medheld. Maine 
VANESSA WILLIAMS 

Atlanta, Georgia 
JOHN HARVEY WTLSON 

Rosman 



MARK FRED WITHERS 

Kings Mountain 
REBECCA JO WITHERS 

Walkertown 
MIRIAM C. WOOD 

Auburn. Georgia 
BOBBY HAROLD WOODS 

Brevard 
DAVID KENT WOOSLEY 

Greensboro 



DAVID PAUL WOOTEN 

Catlettsburg, Kentucky 
DEBORAH GAIL WRAY 

Shelby 
RICHARD DOLAN WRIGHT 

Sumter. South Carolina 
SUSAN ELIZABETH YATES 

Charlotte 
SAMUEL SUI CHEONG YAU 

Kowloon. Hong Kong 



freshmen / 99 



Being A Sophomore Is To Learn 



Webster's Dictionary, by defining the word "sopho- 
more" as a foolish and immature thinker, has left 
much room for debate. Thrust into a situation of so 
many, the immaturity and foolishness does linger on, 
but at the same time we are each constantly aware of 
the solid growth within ourselves toward a stable 
lifestyle that best suits each of us as individuals. Last 
year, as freshmen, we found ourselves thrown into a 
totally new environment. Responsibilities were ours 
alone. We were expected to bear up under the ever 
constant pressures of college life. Encouragement 
from understanding friends was essential in keeping 
us afloat. Surprisingly enough, though, we were 
caught up in the chaotic confusion, we managed to 
keep our feet on the ground long enough to survive 
one year. We had taken our first step and we had 
made it. 

As the doors of the 1974-1975 academic year opened, 
we found ourselves returning to Brevard, but this 
time with confidence. We were the upper class, the 
experienced. We knew the feel of the ropes and just 
how much leeway to allow ourselves in order to keep 
our balance. 

Panic-stricken freshmen stood in awe of us as we 
skillfully mastered the dreaded registration complica- 
tions. With boosted egos, we felt a surge of maturity 
flowing through our veins, maturity gained through 
freedom of self-expression. Without our inhibitions 
we found we could give more of ourselves. Yes, as 
sophomores we were foolish and wise, but we were 
also free. Free to explore, to express, to interact. Free 
to state our views and believe in them. Free to dream. 
Free to learn. 

Sheree Beard offers assistance at Sims S. U. 







100 / sophomc 




left: Creative impulses flow through Ann Young, Theresa 

Goodman and Betsy Pike during ceramics class. 




MARGARET PAULINE AJLOR 
Knoxville, Tennessee 



BARBARA JOANNE ALLISON 
Lagrangeville. New York 



ANN WHITLOCK ANDERSON 
Charlotte 



SUSAN BRIDGETT ANDERSON 
Oxon Hill, Maryland 



OSMOND RODERICK ASHMAN 
Brooklyn, New York 



LAURA PENN BARKSDALE 
Eden 



BARBARA ALISON BARNHART 
Charlotte 



)AMES WALKER BARNHILL, JR 
Ciemson, South Carolina 



JOHN THETTORD BARRETT 
Tapoco 



GEORGE DONALD BARRIER 
Greensboro 



SHEREE ANN BEARD 
Charlotte 



JAMES HAZEL BELK, JR 
Monroe 



sophomores / 101 




FRANK JOSEPH BENSO 
North Bellmore. New York 



DEBRA )ANE BONDRANKO 
Charlotte 



LISA LOU BOYLES 
Greensboro 



KENNETH DAVID BRACKETT 
Clover, South Carolina 



MICHAEL STEVEN BRENDLE 
Asheville 



TERRY ALEXANDER BREWER 
Pisgah Forest 



RUSSELL ]EROME BRICGS 
Hi v-mii l'il\ 



CYNTHIA CWEN BROCKWELL 
Durham 



CHARLES GORDON BROWN 
Concord 



(ESS EARL BROWN 
Canton 



SUE ELLEN CALDWELL 
Clyde 



IANINE RAVEKES CAMPBELL 
WeMport, Connecticut 




102 / sophomores 



Attitudes 




FURMAN EDWARD CANNON 
Columbia, South Carolina 



lOHN CLINGMAN CAPPS 

Rich lands 



IOHN WAYNE CECIL 
Naples, Florida 



EDWARD IOSEPH CHANDLER 
Asheville 



BEVERLY 1EAN CLARK 
Asheville 



ROBERT CORNELIUS CLARK 

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EDW1NA VICTORIA CLAY 
Roanoke Rapids 



TOMMY LEE COMER 
Tobaccoville 



top left: Cathey Daniels and Russell Briggs exchange a smile 
or two; left: Concentration^ Marilyn Hunt finds, is required 
for a woodcut. 



sophomores / 103 



Personalities 



1ANETTE FAYE COOPER 
Atlanta, Georgia 



MARGARET LOYD COURTNE\ 
Kinslon 



JOHN STEWART COVEY 
Charlotte 



ELIZABETH PAULA COX 
Sparta 



ANTHON\ LERO\ CREEKMORE 
Chesapeake, Virginia 



JAMES EDWARD CRITCHER 
Chapel Hill 



\PI \kM< >\ \LI> ( K( "SB 1 ! 
Macon, Georgia 



CYNTHIA ELIZABETH CULBRETH 
Charlotte 



LADSON EDENS CUNNINGHAM 
Greenville, South Carolina 



RACHEL CATHEY DANIELS 

Kr.i ,ir,l 



MICHAEL IEROME DARNELL 
Winston-SaJem 



DESIREE ADELE DARST 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 





104 / sophomores 




DEBRA LYNN DEATON 

Marion 

IOHANNA RUTH DEWEES 
Sylva 

THOMAS KEVIN' DICKERSON 
Demarst. New Jersey 

SEAN ROBERT DILTZ 
Spnngfield. Ohio 



MICHAEL EDWARD DONNELLY 
Asheville 



PERKY MICHAEL DOWN'S 
Asheville 



GEORGE MARTIN ELLIOTT, (R 
Shelby 



DONALD SHIELDS FEAGAN 
Hendersonville 



ROBERT TIMOTHY FLACK 
Elon College 



CAROL ANN FLANAGAN 
Wantagh, New York 



DEBRA LOUISE FLEISCHMA.N 
Winter Park. Florida 



TIMOTHY MORGAN FOSTER 
Waynesboro, Virginia 



bottom left: Lucy Lines finds peace and solitude with her guitar; left Even through the rain. 
Theresa Goodman's smile keeps shining. 



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sophomores 105 



People Interacting 



KIMBERLV ANNE FOY 
Gastonia 



ELISSA ANN FREDERICK 
Fairhope. Alabama 



DAVID WILLIAM FRICKE 
Piseataway, New Jersey 



DEBORAH LIND GLENN 
Union City, Pennsylvani 




106 / sophomores 




bottom left: Gossip, gossip! Joan Killalea informs Karen 
Land of some very interesting news; left: John Thomas, 
Janette Cooper and Susan Marshall enjoy some leisure time 
with good music and friendship. 




THERESA LOU GOODMAN 
Woodruff. South Carolina 



HENRY (ACKSON GOOLSBY III 
Teuuren, Belgium 



MARY ELIZABETH GREENWOOD 
Arden 



JEANNE ALLISON GREGORY 
Verona, New Jersey 



JOHN HOWARD GROOVER 
Greensboro 

CEDR1C REEVES GUTHRIE 

Glen Ridge, New Jersey 

JOHN GILMAN GWYNN 
Charlotte 

ROAR INGE HALVAAG 
Holden, Norway 



JOSEPH EARLTON HARDEE. JR 
Greensboro 



DAVID LEE HARDY 
Carv 



JANIE ARLEEN HARE 

Longcreek. South Carolina 



DOLORES ANITA HARRINGTON 
Brevard 



sophomores / 107 



right: Barbara Barnhart's expression shows that she really likes the wai/ he moves; bottom 
right: David Meeks ponders over a crucial shot. 



DEIDRE ANN HEADLEV 
Memtl Island, Florida 



MARTHA RHINER HELMS 
Morganton 



IAY KILBY HIGH 
Chapel Hill 



IOHN REGINALD HILLMAN 
Charlotte 



STANLEY KEVIN H1NSON 
Charlotte 



DEBRA MONTEZ HOLLAND 
Greenville, Sooth Carolina 



ROBERT IEFFREY HUDG1NS 
Gastonia 



TERRY LYNN HUFFINES 
Elon College 



DELV1N SYLVANUS HUFFSTETLER 
Raleigh 



LUCRET1A ANN HULSEBUS 
North Augosta, Sooth Carohr 



MARILYN ALVA HUNT 
Greensboro 



TOL1SON HYRF 
Chapel Hill 




108 / sophomores 



Thoughts, Private And Cunning 




KATHRVN |ANE INGRAM 
Greensboro 



STEPHEN VAUCHAN IAMME, IR 
Charlottesville. Virginia 



WILLIAM GEORGE IOHNSON 
Shelby 



BRYAN KEITH IONES 
Wake Forest 



CHERYL ANN JONES 
Asheville 



SANDRA JEAN JONES 
Lake Toxaway 



LINDA SUE KALEEL 
Raleigh 



JAMES SPENCE KAPLAN 
Jacksonville, Florida 



BEVERLY KARAS 

Glen Rock, New Jersey 



CHARLES WESLEY KARNS III 
Vienna, Virginia 



IOSEPH ARTHUR KENNEDY JR 
Bellmore, New York 



JOAN TERESA K1LLALEA 
Charlotte 



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sophomores 109 



MARK TIMOTHY KILSTROM 
Penrose 



DAGMAR ILSE KLIMEK 
Brevard 



MARTIN JAMES LAMM 
Sarasota, Florida 



ALMA KAREN LAND 
Asheville 



THOMAS ARTHUR LANDON 
[uneau. Alaska 



JOHN RODNEY LEWIS 
Mehemn, Virginia 



CREGORY KIRK LILLY 
Durham 



LUCYCABANISS LINES 
Atlanta. Georgia 



DEBORAH LYNNE LOVELL 
Franklin 



COLETTE WORLEY LUTZ 
Hendersonville 



KATHLEEN DUPONT McCUIRE 
Greensboro 



THOMAS BENSON McWHITE 
Greenville, South Carolina 




110 / sophomores 




ANDREW BERNARD MAJOR 
Charleston, South Carolina 



EDWARD GARY MANLEY 

Charlotte 



SUSAN |ANE MARSHALL 
Chapel Hill 



DAVID THOMAS MEEKS 
High Point 



DANA ALV1S MERRILL 
Asheville 



JANICE LORRAINE MILES 
Asheville 



DEBRA ELLEN MILLER 
Hurdle Mills 



RICHARD FREDERICK MILLER 
Pottstown. Pennsylvania 



DAVID LEE MILWOOD 
Rutherford ton 



MARY BOULWARE MITCHELL 
Greensboro 



LINDA GAIL MONTEITH 

Brevard 



JAMES ROBINSON MOORE 
Reidsville 




top left: "Can you believe he did that?" inquires Sarah of 
Lucy Washam; left: jay High modestly accepts money from 
an Ah bet, no doubt. 



sophomo- 



SALLY ANN MOOREFIELD 
RaJeigh 



JEANNE MARIE MORTONSON 
Miami Shores. Florida 



HOPE MICHELLE MUMFORD 
Kernersville 



JAMES ALLEN MURPHEV 
High Point 



JAMES ANTHONY MURPHY 
Gastonia 



CYNTHIA IEANNE NANNEY 
Dana 



ANN MARIE O'BRIEN 
Horse Shoe 



SARAH |EAN OTT 

Greenville, South Carolina 



RUDY DOUGLAS OWENS 
Ruthertordton 



FORREST WARNER PAGE 
Clemson, South Carolina 



WHITFIELD McRORY PALMER 111 
Marion, Palmer 



JOSEPH MICHAEL PARKER 

Hre\ ard 




right: Sue Caldwell and Cathey Daniels seem to be experienc- 
ing a typical Brevard College weekend; top right: After 
completing the first step, Cayle Rancer gives an inquisitive 
look for the next. 




112 / sophomores 



Expressing Yourself 





DIANE MARIE PAUL 
Wilmington, Delaware 



BETSY LOUISE PIKE 
St Petersburg. Florida 



MICHAEL RAY PINNER 
Asheville 



MARGARET ALICE POWELL 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 



KARL RACSDALE 
Brandywine, Maryland 

VIRGINIA ANN RAMSAY 
Burlington, Ontario 

GAYLE RANCER 

Chapel Hill 

JAMES BARKER RAYMER 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



GINA LYNN ROBERTS 
Hendersonville 

SUSAN NYE ROBERTS 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

DALE EDWIN ROBERTSON 
Pine Hall 

DAVID JAMISON RUTLEDGE 
Greenville. South Carolina 



sophomores / 113 



With People Or Alone 



DAVID FRANKLIN SANFORD 
Chapel HiU 



MADELINE ELAINE SAWYER 
AshevUle 



PAUL ANDREW SAXON 
Winston -Sal em 



IAN ELISE SCARBOROUGH 
Charlotte 



STANLEY EUGENE SCOTT 
Winston-Salem 



KAREN ELIZABETH SEAY 
Franklin 



RICHARD JAMES SETZER 
Gastonia 



LARRY DALE SHEPARD 
Lake [unaluska 



KATHY |ANE SHORT 
Asheville 



KATHERINE LOUISE SLAGLE 
Franklin 



ELIZABETH ESTELLE SMITH 
Jamestown 



HOWARD EUGENE SMITH 
Summerville. South Carohn 





114 / sophomores 




bottom left: Paula Cox entertains Stan Scott with one of her originals, no doubt; above: Ton 
Landon daydreams about returning to Alaska. 




JANET LYNN SMITH 
Glen Rock. New Jersey 



KATHRYN LEE SMITH 
Alexandria, Virginia 



THOMAS MADISON SOCHA 
Summerville. South Carolina 



SANDRA KAY STERN 

Winston-Salem 



RICHARD FLOYD STEVENS 
Sanford 



CYNTHIA LEE STILES 
Canion 



REGINA ANN STILES 
Penrose 



KELLY )EAN STRAWN 
Lenoir 



JAMES STEVEN SUGG 
Miami, Florida 



SUSAN ZACHAKY SWAN 
Bryson City 



BRENDAGALE TAGERT 

Greensboro 



ANN CLAIRE TATE 
Belmont 



sophomores / 115 



To Dream, To Learn 







MARIAN YVONNE TAYLOR 
KernersviUe 



PAUL JOHN TEUFEL 

Lake Hiawatha, New |ersey 



CAROL EMILY THIEDE 

Westfield, New [ersey 



|OHN MOORE THOMAS 
Millon 



PATRICIA ANN TODD 
Charlotte 



ROBERT DOUGLAS TWOMEY 
AsheviJle 



DESIRE LOIS TYLER 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 



ALICE NELL VERNON 
Piedmont, South Carolina 



1NA MARIE WALDROP 

HilMll.Hl 



ARTHUR ALAN WALLWORK, ]R 
Charlotte 



WENDY |EANNE WALTHALL 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



LUCY LYNN WASHAM 
Charlotte 




116 / sophomores 






top left: Richard Stevens, with guitar in hand, enjoys the 
simple things in life; left: As Mr. Roberts would say. 
"Lisa Frederick, you have beautiful eyes." 




SARAH ELIZABETH WASHAM 
Davidson 



WILLIAM HEATHLEV WELDON 
Atlantic Beach, Florida 



CAROL FLYNN WHEELER 
Brevard 



THOMAS FRANCIS WHEELER 
Raleigh 



ROSE MARIE WHITE 
Apex 



DEBRA LYNNE W1ERENGA 
Titusville, Florida 



CLINT WILLIAMS 
Black Mountain 



BILLY KEITH WILSON 
Pisgah Forest 



DANIEL CHAPELL WILSON 
Cary 



PATRICIA ANNE WISECARVER 
Round Hill, Virginia 



JEFFREY ALLEN WRIGHT 
Sumter, South Carolina 



ANN BEAUFORT YOUNG 
Cedar Mountain 



sophomores / 117 



Second 
Semester 
Students 



WILLIAM JOSEPH BARTLETT 

Greensboro 
|ANE HARLEY BA-XTER 

Charlotte 



MICHAEL WAYNE CHATHAM 

Kernersville 
JEANNIE GRESHAM CORLEY 

Greenville, South Carolima 



CLIFTON DuBARD 

Columbia, South Carolina 
NANCY GAIL EWELL 

Fort Lauderdale. Florida 



JOHN ROSS FRAZIER. )R 
Riverton, New )ersev 

ANDREW WILLIS GRAY 
Shelby 



IAMES RONNIE GREEN 

Rosman 
KENNETH L1NWOOD HALL. (R 

Asheboro 




118 / second semester 




OPAL ELAINE LEWIS 

Douglas. Georgia 
KEM ELIZABETH MARTIN 

Greenville. South Carolina 



DAVID GLENN PARKER 

W'axhaw 
SUSAN PERRY 

Clemson. South Carolina 



DONALD ROBERT SIMMS 
Brevard 

JAMES MICHEL SLEE 
Brevard 



RICHARD FORD STRICKER 

Brevard 
JOHN KEEBLE TATE 

Morgan ton 



RODERICK BEAL WERTHEM 

Davtona Beach, Florida 
DERRILL LEIGH WILLIAMS 

Charleston, South Carolina 



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above right: Alan Smith takes ball downfield under pressure of opponent; 
above: Crowd braves rain to support Tornado boosters; right: Ronnie Bullock 
skillfully keeps control of the ball; opposite top: Coach Hall's facial expression; 
result of sun or deep concentration. 







122 / soccer 







Coach Hall Leads Team 
To Region X Victory 



Despite a rash of injuries in key positions and other 
assorted misfortunes, first-year coach Dan Hall guided the 
Brevard College Soccer team to a 10-4-1 record and another 
trip to Jacksonville for the sectional playoffs. 

The team got off to a slow start losing three of their first 
four, but rallied to go on to win five consecutive games. By 
defeating Midland Tech 7-2, the Tornadoes won the Region 
X Championship in the region's first post-season tourna- 
ment. In Jacksonville, Florida, Brevard lost to 8th ranked 
Miami-Dade, who finished 4th in the Nationals, 3-1. 

Throughout most of the season, the dominating factor 
was the offense led by David Sanford, Alan Smith, Ronnie 
Bullock and Alan Wallwork. The Brevard booters scored 
five or more goals in four games with Alan Wallwork scor- 
ing three goals in both the Western Carolina and the King 
College games. 

The defense was strong also with Chris Tenpenny tally- 
ing four shutouts. Unlike the rest of the season, it was the 
defense that was outstanding in the 3-1 loss to Miami-Dade 
in the sectionals. 




above: 1974 Soccer Team: kneeling: Coach Hall, Randy King, Alan 
Wallwork, Billy Hoyle, Ronnie Bullock, Danny Armstrong, Chris Tenpenny, 
Clint Williams, Tommy Comer, Roar Halvaag, Dan Sibley, standing: Lad 



Cunningham, Alan Smith, Steve Holmes, Steve Sugg, Stan Garrett, Gene 
Smith, Heath Weldon, David Milwood, Corky Over, Rudy Owens, johnny 
Kerr. 



soccer / 123 



Tornadoes Push 
For Sectionals 









124 / soccer 






opposite top right: John Kerr steals dribble off opposing 

forward's foot during Midland Tech game; opposite center: 
Under the watchful eye of the referee, Ronnie Bullock makes 
downfield pass against King College; opposite below: Not 
even the rain can dampen the spirit of the cheerleaders; 
above left: Clint Williams and David Milwood prepare to 
substitute; above: Tension mounts as Midland treats goal; 
left: Ballet or soccer? 



soccer 125 





top right: Steve Sugg puts ballback into play; above: 

The multitude of diverse expressions makes one won- 
der if anybody knows what's happening; right: De- 
termination to gain possession over opponent Warren 
Wilson is apparent in Stan Garrett's strenuous pace; 
opposite above: Victorious Tornadoes leave field ec- 
static; opposite far right: Remains of another vic- 
tory; opposite right: Jubilant shouts come from the 
sidelines as fellow teammates celebrate score over 
Montreal- Anderson. 




126 / soccer 






soccer / 127 



Roadrunners Maintain 
High Ranking 




Brevard's Cross Country team experienced an excellent 
season with a 9-2 record, losing only to Western Carolina 
on two occasions. They made a fine effort at Stone Moun- 
tain by coming in sixth in the field of sixteen teams in 
competition. Also they won the Region X race, holding a 
score of fifteen at all seven places. The Brevard team was 
ranked in the top ten in the latest poll. 

Captain Jerry Yunker and Co-Captain Sean Diltz led to 
victory this season, with Jerry being the number One run- 
ner. Yunker represented Brevard at its finest when at 
Eugene, Oregon he placed forty-sixth out of 198 as he 
finished 5.1 miles 24.44 minutes. While Coach Witek was 
immensely proud of Yunker, he regretted not having the 
financial support that would have enabled the entire team 
to go to Oregon. 



The 1974 Cross Country season marked the first year 
when the running distance was moved from four miles to 
five miles for Junior College. The one mile increase was 
partly responsible for the inconsistency that the Roadrun- 
ners displayed throughout the season. However, Brevard 
did manage to run many fine races and keep their reputa- 
tion as one of the finest junior college teams in the United 
States. 



above: Familiar symbols at every cross country meet; below: 3974 Cross 
Country Team kneeling: Calvin Langford, Randy Tiller, jerry Yunker, Ed 
Chandler, Don Coleman, Sean Diltz. joe Pascarella, standing: Coach Witek, 
Charles Gibson, Mike Stmneford, Herbert Clay, Tim Austin, Mike Chavis, Karl 
Ragsdale. 




128 / cross country 




left: Coach Witek constantly clocks his runners; center right: Sean 
DUtz enters victory lane; center left: Coach Witek discusses strategy 
in pre-meet briefing; below: Moments before the gun, the tension ts 
evident. 




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Jerry Yunker 

Places 46th 

In Nationals 




right: jerry Yunker receives well-deserved victory congratulations; 
above: Randy Tiller stalks by the cornfield. 




130 / cross country 




above left: Laura Haug anxiously awaits the Roadrunners; above 
right: Rewards to tired feet and parched throats; above: Tim Austin 
shows there is agony in victory also: left: By placing high in the meet 
Calvin Langford proves his ability. 



cross country 131 



Tornadoes 

Shoot For 

High Goals 





top: Tom Horonzy gets the tip; above: ROTC Drill Team performs at 
half-time; right: Creran (32) drives off the pick set by Dou<> Johnson 
(33). 




132 / sports 




1970-1975 Basketball Team: above, standing: Greg Cox, Howard Creran, 
Alex Sherer, Mike Creekmore, Steve KUterman, Tom Brown, Tom Horonzy, 
Tim /ones, Bryan Jones, Mike Doran, Tony Creekmore, Doug Johnson, Clay 



Alston, David Woolen; kneeling: Coach Meyerhoff. Bill Styron, Manager, ]n 
Kaplan. Statistician. 





above: Bryan /ernes (51) struggles for the rebound; left: "Just what game are you guys 
playing?" asks Coach Meyerhoff. 



sports / 133 



right: Clay Alston (11) gets off the shot while Horonzy (53) looks on; 
below: Dave Woolen passes inside; bottom left: In for a layup goes 
Johnson; bottom right: always on the job. 








134 / sports 



17-Year Battle Won By Tornadoes 




above left: Driving through the traffic goes Tom Horonzy; 
above: Meyerhoff gives instructions; left: Win or lose, cheer- 
leaders never lose their spirit. 



sports 135 



Alston Injured . . . 
Team Suffers 



At the start of the 1974-75 season, we knew it was going 
to be rough, with the absence of Dave Brooks 6'11" and Jim 
Slee 6'8", due to ineligibility and a predominant group of 
freshmen. Coach Meyerhoff, in only his second season at 
the helm, told his team, "If you freshmen come through 
early, we could go far." Freshman Guards Dave Wooten, 
holder of two school records: 18 assists in one game and 237 
assists for the season; and Clay Alston, holder of the steal 
record for one game with 9 against Montreat- Anderson; 
and Freshman Forward Tom "Tree" Horonzy, who holds 
the rebound record of 368 in one season, did indeed come 
through. The tornadoes put together a 6-6 mark before 
Christmas, and then found that they had lost 4 of their 14 
players due to grades, one of them a starter averaging better 
than 16 points and another who was 6'6". 

Despite the losses the Tornadoes played excellent ball 
after Christmas, beating Spartanburg at Spartanburg, in a 
fantastic come from behind victory, and beating North 
Greenville at Tigerville for only the second time in seven- 
teen years. Standing in excellent shape to take second place 
in the Conference (VVCJCC) Brevard lost the services of Clay 
Alston, who was named All-Conference, Conference 
Player of the Week, and averaged 16 points for the Tor- 
nadoes, due to a bruised hip suffered against Spartanburg. 
He was out for the remaining two crucial conference games, 
both of which Brevard lost. 

Overall, the season was a good clue to what Coach 
Meyerhoff can anticipate for next year — nine returning 
freshmen, four of whom were starters for 1974-75. 






top: Tony Creekmore sprmts down court with the ball; "center: "This is what 
we gotta do": above: Disaster! Clay Alston is down and out for two weeks. 



136 / sports 





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Going nigh /or rit'o points is Wooten; above: Brevard 101 - UNC-A 81!; Left: 
Greg Cox looks on. 



sports 137 



Big Challenge 

Confronts 
Small Team 



After a 1973-1974 season which ended with 
a trip to the National Junior College Basket- 
ball Tournament in Bay City, Michigan, this 
year's team of women Tornadoes, coached by 
Miss Jeanne Eller, could boast another fine 
year. Although not large in number the 1974- 
75 team lacked nowhere in ability. Plagued by 
their small size and injuries too, the team has 
still put together a fine record of 10-3 and 
competed in the state tournament in Boone, 
North Carolina and also the regional tourna- 
ment at Elon College, North Carolina. All in 
all, it was another good year. 





above: Pam Smith, manager; Elaine Lewis, Rhonda Harris, Sharon Potts, Cathey Daniels, Laurie Bradshaw, Johanna 
DeWees, Coach Jeanne Eller. 



138 / sports 










opposite top: Cathey Daniels jumps high for shot 
against Furman University; top: Crowd supports 
girls' team with enthusiasm; above left: Cathey 
Daniels looks for opportunity to pass; above: A suc- 
cessful foul shot is made by Elaine Lewis; left: Rhonda 
Harris takes foul shot. 



sports / 139 




above: 1974-1975 Track Team: kneeling: Jerphy Mcllwain, Calvin 
Langford, Gabor Farkas, Randy Tiller, Herbert Clay, Donald Coleman, 
Sean Diltz, Tim Austin, Paul Heilman, Greg Bennett; standing: Charles 



Gibson, Mike Stinneford, Karl Ragsdale, Bill Farris, Ed Manley, Paul 
Teufel, Jerry Yunker, John Cecil, Jeff Wright, Mike David, Clifton DuBard, 
Coach Witek. 



Roadrunners 
Have Outstanding Season 



The 1974 Track Team which was ridden by injuries all 
year, managed to survive a successful win and loss record 
of 6 and 1. With a majority of its team members out for the 
season or running injured, Brevard managed to hold off 
Chowan in the Region X meet by 25 points, the closest 
point margin in 6 years. Mike Bailey provided the only 
school records, breaking the 3 mile in 14:26.8 and the 6 mile 
at 30:36. 

The highlight of the season came in the National meet 
where Brevard came away with two All- Americans. Mike 
Anderson received his honor by winning the National 
Junior College decathlon title, while John Johnson finished 
2nd in the discus . Brevard's only other entry in the National 
meet was Mike Bailey who finished 11th out of 32 runners 
in the 6-mile. 

During the summer of 1974, Jerry Yunker entered the first 
Junior College Marathon run in Dowagiac, Michigan and 
finished third. 




140 / sports 





opposite center: Ready and waiting; opposite bottom : Paul Heilman clearing 6' 2" in 
the high jump; top left: Greg Cox jumps 20' in the long jump; top right: In the 1000 
yard run, Charles Gibson leads his heat; left: Karl Ragsdale and Clifton DuBard pace 
themselves during practice; above: jerphy "Tiny" Mcllwain demonstrates form in 
throwing the shot put. 



sports ' 141 



right: Jeff Wright, 60 yd. high hurdler, crosses the finish line a winner; 
below: Determination and strength are shown by Ed Manley as he clears a 
high hurdle; bottom left: Paul Teuf el prepares to throw the javelin; bottom 
right: Miiers Karl Ragsdale, Sean Diliz, Charles Gibson and Tim Austin 
work out. 







142 / sports 



Determination And Dedication 




sports / 143 





above: Edward Manley guts it out to win his 60 yd. high hurdler heat; 
above right: Greg Bennett turns the first curve of the 600 yd. run; right: In 
deep concentration, John Cecil starts his approach in the pole vault. 



144 / sports 







Reason For Success: Witek 



opposite top: Good form is shown by Jeff Wright as he clears a hurdle in 
practice; opposite center: Brevard's Sean Diltz and Charles Gibson start at the 
sound of the gun; opposite bottom: The ever-constant ticking of the stop 
watch and Witek's watchful eye keep roadrunners movm' . 



sports 145 



Golfers Swing 
Into '74-75 Season 



right: David YJoosley follows through on a drive. 





above: 1974-1975 Golf Team: Coach Meyerhoff, David Woosley, Tom Sluiter, Rick Miller, Tom Horonzy, Charles Thomas, Stan Garrett and Joe 
Kennedy. 



146 / sports 



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above: 1974-1975 Tennis Team: front row: Coach Hall, Dana Merrill, Cindy Culbreth, Susan Call, 
Cathey Daniels, Kevin Dusenbury; second row: Tommy Horonzy, Tim Foster, Steven Jamme, Larry 
Vroegindewey. 






Top right: Kevin Dusenbury puts power behind his backhand; above: Tim Foster positions 
himself to receive; left: Larry Vroegindewey returns a forceful forehand ball. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 
STONE MOUNTAIN -bth out of 16 Teams 



Brevard 


26 


Carson-Newman 


32 






Cumberland 


70 


Western Carolina 


21 


Brevard 


34 


Brevard 


15 


Wingate 


69 






Anderson 


76 






Milligan 


80 


Brevard 


25 


Carson- Newman 


51 


Western Carolina 


23 


Brevard 


33 


Brevard 


18 


Warren Wilson 


48 






Wingate 


61 


Brevard 


17 


Milligan 


45 


CUMBERLAND INVITATIONAL - 




2nd out of 5 Teams 







STATE MEET - 8th out of 12 Teams 

REGION X - Brevard 15 Wingate 

All Seven Places Taken by Brevard Runners 

NATIONAL MEET - Eugene, Oregon 

Jerry Yunker Placed 46th out of a Field of 198. 

DUAL MEET RECORD 9-2 



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1974 S 


cores 


Warren Wilson 


7 


Brevard 


Anderson 


9 


Brevard 


Warren Wilson 


9 


Brevard 


Wingate 


9 


Brevard 


Lees-McRae 


8 


Brevard 


Anderson 


8 


Brevard 


Montreat-Anderson 5 


Brevard 


Lees-McRae 


8 


Brevard 


Mitchell 


7 


Brevard 


Montreat-Anderson 5 


Brevard 


Mitchell 


8 


Brevard 




148 / sports 







GOLF 






1974 Scores 




Wingate 


330 


Brevard 


365 


Brevard 


155 


Mitchell 


163 


Anderson 


298 


Brevard 


315 


Spartanburg 


309 


Brevard 


333 


Anderson 


310 


Brevard 


333 


Brevard 


333 


Lees McRae 


334 


Brevard 


323 


Lees-McRae 


326 


Brevard 


358 


Mitchell 


380 



CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT - ETOWAH 

Brevard 4th place (1041) 

WCJCC ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM 

Ray Rash 



TRACK 
1974 Scores 



Brevard 
Brevard 



Brevard 



71 
87.5 



Brevard 

REGION X MEET 
Brevard 
Chowan 
Wingate 
NATIONAL MEET 



Carson-Newman 

Milligan 

Wingate 

Lees-McRae 

Milligan 

Lees-McRae 

Carson-Newman 

Ferrum 

Lees-McRae 

Anderson 



59 
41 

32 
23.5 
48.5 
44.5 

84 

40 

33 

6 



ALL AMERICAN John Johnson 2nd Discus 
ALL AMERICAN Mike Anderson 1st Decathlon 




BASKETBALL 



BREVARD J < 

Midlands Tech 

Brevard 

Brevard 

Brevard 

Hiwassee 

COLUMBIA (S. 

Midlands 
Brevard 



TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT 
85 Brevard 82 

101 UNC-A J.V. 81 

115 Hiwassee 112 

91 Montreat-Anderson 77 
128 Brevard 91 



C.) SERTOMA TOURNA- 
MENT 
72 Brevard 
88 Wingate 



68 
79 



LOUISBURG DOUBLEHEADER 



Louisburg 


99 


Brevard 


7S 


Ferrum 


84 


Brevard 


81 


Brevard 


89 


Mitchell 


74 


Brevard 


2 


Chowan (forfeit) 





Brevard 


97 


Isothermal 


74 


Brevard 


72 


Belmont Abbev 


69 


Wingate 


69 


Brevard 


54 


Brevard 


66 


Chowan 


58 


Brevard 


73 


North Greenville 


63 


Brevard 


65 


Lees-McRae 


64 


Wingate 


60 


Brevard 


57 


Brevard 


64 


Montreat-Anderson 


SQ 


Brevard 


77 


Spartanburg 


7h 


Brevard cancelled 




USC-Sumter 




Anderson 


75 


Brevard 


65 


Brevard 


86 


Mitchell 


63 


Lees-McRae 


91 


Brevard 


74 


Spartanburg 


73 


Brevard 


64 


Anderson 


^ 


Brevard 


44 


North Greenville 


86 


Brevard 


73 


Brevard 


87 


Frederick Academy 


78 


RECORD 15-12 








WCJCC CONFERENCE 




Spartanburg 


64 


Brevard 


63 


WCJCC ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM Clay Alston 




WOMEN'S 


BASKETBALL 


Brevard 


71 


Erskine 43 


Mars Hill 


58 


Brevard 49 


Brevard 


65 


Furman 38 


Brevard 


46 


Warren Wilson 17 


Brevard 


63 


Erskine 29 


Brevard 


65 


Furman 47 


Anderson 


78 


Brevard 51 


Peace 


59 


Brevard 54 


Brevard 


79 


A. B. Tech. 18 


Brevard 


81 


Warren Wilson 32 


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Societies 



Soon after the fall semester began and new students 
began feeling comfortable around campus, two of the social 
organizations, the Delphians and Mnemosyneans, led 
many unknowing and innocent followers through the 
slaughter of "Pledge Week." 

Many brave souls subjected themselves to the fancy of 
their Nemo "mamas" (led by Karen Land) and Delphian 
"masters" (headed by Mike Brendle) as a means of inflation 
into the clubs. For a week, initiations provided meal-time 
entertainment and after-dinner escapades which kept the 
rest of the campus amused. Highlights of the week in- 
cluded a slave auction, the annual Nemo-Delphian mud- 
fight, and that all-time favorite way of exchanging germs, 
the Kissing Line. 





above: Jim Mauney, Philfosey, Paul Merrilt, Heath Weldon, Mike Brendle, F. 
E. McKee, Mike Donnelly; left seated: lane Ingram, Anna Biggs, Sally Doug- 
lass, Luey Washam, Sally Moorefield, Debbie Glenn, Patsy Todd, Given 
Brockwell; standing: Melissa Pauley, Linda Liles, Diane Lance, Dianne 
Grimes. 



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below: Spanish Club members eagerly listen to Soma Ingraham, 
bottom as she describes life in Equador. 





Spanish Culture 
American Style 



Students enrolled in the Spanish classes comprise the 
Spanish-American Club. Several meetings this year were 
held for the purpose of familiarizing students with the 
cultures of the Spanish-speaking countries. Students who 
spoke at the meetings included John Cecil, Sonya Wilker- 
son and Sonia Ingraham, as they shared their experiences 
of living in South America. 



organizations I 153 



Barn Theater 

Site Of Masquers 

Spring Production 



On April 10, 11 and 12, the Fine Arts Division 
presented Oscar Wilde's farce on Victorian manners 
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. The 
comedy, designed and directed by Sam Cope was 
presented in the Barn Theater. The three sets for the 
show were constructed by the Theater Arts Work- 
shop. 





154 / organizations 




opposite top: Lady Bracknell (Debbie Deaton. right) gives advice on the intricacies of 
London society to Cecily Cardew (Kim Wehunt, left), as Algernon Moncrieff (Clint 
Williams) looks on; left: Jack Worthing (Tom Jones) and Algernon Moncrieff (Clint 
Williams) enjoy the effect their "dignified silence" has on Gwendolyn and Cecily; 
above: The Rev. Chasuble (Tim Austin), the minister so knowledgeable that ' he has 
not written a single book" , and Miss Prism, the prim and proper governess with a 
secret in her past (Nan Nance), have tea in the garden; top: While Lady Bracknell looks 
on and everyone else helps Jack search for the secret of his real name, he comes to 
realize the "vital importance of being Earnest!" 



organizations / 155 



Big Sisters Serve 
College And Community 



Incoming Freshman: "Who are those girls? Why are they 
wearing those funny blue dresses?" 
Sophomore: "They're "BIG SISTERS!" 
Freshman: "My, they certainly come from a large family . . 
but why are they wearing those funny blue dresses?" 
Sophomore: "I don't think you quite understand. They 
are girls who belong to a service organization on campus 
called 'Big Sisters.' Each year before graduation the present 
Big Sisters select the girls who will become next year's Big 
Sisters. Dean Houk works with them, dividing up the 
incoming freshman women so that they may write and get 
acquainted during the summer. In the fall the freshman 
women have some one to greet them and answer their 
questions. But mainly, they just want to be friends to their 
little sisters. They try to help during registration. They say 
things like 'I'm sorry, you'll just have to write harder' and 
'No, don't leave, I'm sure there must be a class open 
SOMEWHERE!' During the year they try to be of service 
both to the school and to the community. At school they 
count convocation attendance, work the concession stand 
during the half-time at ball games and decorate the 
cafeteria for Valentines Day. This year, they become in- 
volved with the children at the cerebral palsy unit at the 
Transylvania Intermediary Care Facility." 
They also sponsored a blood drive in March." 





above: 1974-1975 Big Sisters: front row: libby Smith, Calhey Daniels, Kathy 
Slagle, Kathleen McGuire, Ina Waldrop; back row: Janie Hare, Paula Cox, 
Dean Houk, adviser, Jann Scarborough, Alice Vernon, Debbie Fleis- 



chman, Jeanne Mortonson, Colette Lutz, Janet Smith, Theresa Goodman, 
Betsy Pike, Madeline Sawyer, Martha Helms, Ginger Ramsey, Cindy 
Nanney 



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basketball game; top left and above: Kathy 
Slagle, Janet Smith, Jeanne Mortonson and jann 
Scarborough make preparations for cafeteria deco- 
rations; left: A smile from Cindy Nanney is a Big 
Sister trademark; far left: Cathey Daniels and 
Betsy Pike take a break at registration. 



organizations / 157 



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above: Where' d the ball come from? Heaven?; below: Kappa Chi and Christian Council enjoy "Chef" Roy's cooking. 



Kappa Chi is a national fraternity of stu- 
dents who plan to enter full-time Christian 
service on a professional basis. It encour- 
ages them to enter service by informing 
them of the challenges and opportunities. 
During the current year, they have worked 
with a group of retired citizens in Brevard. 




158 / organizations 




PTK Convention 



Held In Philadelphia 






top left: Marshals Sue Caldwell, Linda Monteith and Stan Scott 
await the commencement crowd; top right: Linda Monteith 
prepares drinks to sell at the soccer game; above right: 1974- 
1975 marshals: Chaplain Roy, College Marshal, Stan Scott, 
Linda Monteith, Forrest Page, Russell Bnggs, Rudy Owens, Sue 
Caldwell, ]ess Brown; above: Clean-up chores await Ginger 
Ramsey and Kathy Slagle after the soccer game. 



Phi Theta Kappa is a national honorary scholastic fraternity 
for junior colleges. In order to qualify for membership, a 
student must maintain a 3.2 average, carry at least twelve 
semester hours, be of high moral character, stand in the top 
ten per cent of the student body scholastically, and be ap- 
proved by the faculty. Several club members participated in 
the National Convention at Philadelphia during the year. 



organizations / 159 




above: Tolly Hyre listens to new ideas; above right: A meeting 
in the conference room is attended by David Sanf'ord and Hobs 
Talbert, 




Social Board 

Books Social Calendar 



The job that Cindy Stiles did as Social Board Chairman this year was 
truly amazing. The Board met each Thursday n'ght to discuss student 
responses to recent activities, and to plan events for the coming 
weeks. Weekends on the social calendar were booked from September 
to the end of April. Some of the activities that filled these weekends 
consisted of movies, concerts, dances — formals, informals and 
square — a tubing trip and a camping trip. On many occasions, the 
Board found it necessary to call extra meetings during the week, 
particularly when Homecoming needed to be planned. There was 
excellent student participation in the Social Board sponsored ac- 
tivities. Thanks to the effort and hard work of Cindy and the 18 other 
members, the events were well-planned and enjoyable for everyone. 



160 / organizations 




below: Sally Moorefield concentrates on discussion, left and bottom: 
-4s Cindy Stiles makes the final decision, Coach Hall, board adviser, 
signs contract. 





organizations 161 



Business Club Bridges Gap 



The Business Club is a bridge between the 
classroom and the world of business. Its pro- 
grams include guest speakers from industry, tours 
of local plants, student panels, dinner and teas. By 
participating in these various functions, the stu- 
dents learn to assume the responsibility needed in 
the business community. 




top; Alumnus and Trustee Ralph Clayton, guest speaker at Business Club meeting; 
left: Karen Seay introduces Mr. Jack Mitchell to club; above: Members discuss 
business matters. 




162 / organizations 







Glee Club Performs 
Varied Programs 



above: Christmas convocation performance by Glee Club enjoyed by all. 





above: Glee Club members anticipate Scandanavian tour 



organizations 163 





Concert Band Displays Talent On Any Occasion 




above: Concert Band ready and watting to perform fall concert; top 
right: Jim Barnhill concentrates on the beat; top left: Clarinets and 

oboes keep time together; left: Pam Harper and Lisa Frederick add to the 
music as they play their flutes. 




164 / organizations 



Choir Gives Campus And Off Campus Performances 




above: The combined music organizations performed for an enthusiastic audi- 
ence in the fall of '74: below: Mike Hord can really dig those drums. 




The instructional program in music at Brevard College 
serves not only its music students, but the entire college 
community through student and faculty recitals and con- 
certs by various ensembles. Special programs are spon- 
sored throughout the year. 

All wind and percussion students are members of the 
Concert Band. Students may particpate in any of three vocal 
ensembles. The largest is the Glee Club, which has estab- 
lished itself as a major public relations enterprise for the 
College, touring from New York to Florida. The Choir sings 
selected music for convocations and for churches in the area 
on occasion. The Chamber Singers is a group of vocalists 
who participate in Glee Club and Chamber Ensemble 
tours. In May, the music department sponsored a trip to 
Scandanavia. 



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Flicks And Relaxation 



MIMS FURNITURE COMPANY is the place to go for furni- 
ture and appliances — always reasonable in price. 

Tired of sitting in your room? Next time try a movie at 
CO-ED THEATRE. They show all the new films and have 
great popcorn. 

Tom Murphy, Ann Anderson, Joe Hardee, Sue Caldwell, 
and Gene Ellis relax after a shopping spree at RICE'S. 



(704) 883-9260 



9H(md 'Juznitute Company 

100 - 102 NORTH BROAD STREET 
BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA 



FURNITURE & APPLIANCES 
SALES & SERVICE 



J EDWIN MIMS 
208 ASHWORTH AVENUE 



CO-ED THEATRE 

BREVARD DRIVE-IN THEATRE 




RICE FURNITURE CO. 

EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME 

Furnishings For Any Room 

Hotpoint Appliances 

Complete Floor Covering Center 

Carpets, Cushion Floor & Tiles 

72 West Main Brevard, N. C. 883-9210 



168 / advertising 



PISGAH CANDY COMPANY 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 
Brevard 



Recycled And Refreshed 



If you have a sweet tooth, PISGAH CANDY distrib- 
utes a wide variety of products to help make people 
happy. 

Stan Scott, Margaret Edwards and Tim Monteith 
agree that COCA-COLA fits every mood! 

MILLER'S LAUNDRY will rescue Osmond Ashman 
from Patsy Todd and Sarah Washam and will help you 
with wash-day and dry cleaning chores. 





COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING COMPANY 

Box 886 
Hendersonville, N. C. 28739 




MILLER'S LAUNDRY AND 
CLEANERS, INC. 

343 King St. 
Brevard, N. C. 

Large enough to know, Small enough to care 



advertising / 169 






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CORPORATION 



PISGAH FOREST, NORTH CAROLINA 



170 / advertising 




THE NORTHWESTERN BANK 

OF 

BREVARD 



Rings And Things 



OLIN — manufactures of fine film and paper. 

Save for a rainy day at THE NORTHWESTERN BANK 
OF BREVARD. 

STAR rings are small, well-rounded reminders of 
your days at Brevard College. 



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Brevard College students and alumni 
wear their STAR rings with pride. For 
details contact the College Store or 
your local STAR representative: 

DON MOORE 

P. 0. Box 82 

Rutherfordton, N. C. 28139 

Phone: AC/ 704 287-3485 



advertising I 171 



Make A Move For Cleaner Air 



For plenty of suggestions for what to do about trans- 
portation, see LYDA-MCRARY FORD. You can buy 
new or used cars or have your own repaired. 

For the best in oil, air and gasoline filters, Brevard 
College students use WIX. 



LYDA-McCRARY MOTORS, 


INC. 


314 Broad Street 




Brevard, North Carolina 




Telephone: 883-4151 






WIX CORPORATION 
OF GASTONIA 



"the Gold Standard in Filtration," 



172 / advertising 



Brevard College Students 

Listen to 

"RECORD PARTY" 

Nightly Over 

WPNF 




Tune In Fun And Health 



Brevard's local radio station, WPNF, has music for all 
moods. Tune in today. 

While you are tuned in to WPNF, try tuning in on 
refreshing SEALTEST milk — it tastes best. 



MILK 



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SEALTEST FOODS 

Division of Kraftco Co. 

Broad and Caldwell Streets 

Brevard, North Carolina 

Phone: 883-3770 



advertising I 173 



Eating Or Sleeping 



Nothing beats clean linen when you've had a hard 
day. Let NATIONAL LINEN make your bed fresh and 
clean. 

Quality meats at wholesale prices? SPEARMAN'S in 
Hendersonville is the place to go. 



NATIONAL LINEN SERVICE 

115 Fairview Road 
Asheville, North Carolina 

Serving Brevard College Students Bed Linen 



BEEF 



PORK 



SEAFOOD 



SPEARMAN'S 

WHOLESALE MEAT 

COMPANY, INC. 

Brooklyn and Florence Avenue 
Hendersonville, N. C. 



CALL US ABOUT OUR CUSTOM PROCESSING FOR HOME FREEZERS 



174 / advertising 



NU WAY CLEANERS 

1 Day Dry Cleaning - Shirt Laundry - Alterations 

Cold Vault Storage - Drapes - Reweaving 

DRIVE-IN WINDOW 

Carpet & Rug Cleaning 

Suede & Leather Cleaning 

883-9215 

250 N. Caldwell St. 

Brevard, N. C. 



THE DANDY LION 

44 East Main Street 
SPECIALIZING IN JEANS TOPS 



Novelties And Their Care 



Special care for your special clothes is guaranteed by 
NU-WAY, and they deliver. 

A new cut-out suede dress? An exotic leather pant 
suit? The LION has many DANDY items like these. 

What do you get for the girl who has everything? Try 
the WEDGE AND KEG FOR very special gifts — in- 
cluding caviar. 




WEDGE £ KEG 

COUNTRY STORE 

CORNER US. fa 4 £ MclEAN RD. BREVARD 



advertising / 175 



Melton Advertises 
In The Times 



Have something to sell? MELTON COMPANY 
REALTORS will help you sell or buy a new home. 

Keep informed on current events. Sue Caldwell, Ann 
Anderson, Joe Hardee, Tom Murphy and Gene Ellis 
agree the TRANSYLVANIA TIMES is the best news- 
paper at the best price. 



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MELTON COMPANY 

REALTORS 

The Friendly Professionals 
300 N. Broad 883-8165 



IIUNSYLVANIA/ 
TIMES / 



TRANSYLVANIA TIMES 

Transylvania Times, Brevard's prize-winning 
newspaper, keeps you aware of round-the- 
clock happenings at home, across the coun- 
try, and around the world. News coverage 
is always up-to-date with the Times. 




176 / advertisi 



BREVARD PHARMACY 

2 West Main Street 
Brevard, N. C. 



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DUVALL DRUGS, INC. 



Brevard, North Carolina 



Convenience Is The Key 



Feeling down? Have a cold and temperature? Visit BRE- 
VARD PHARMACY and beat those cold blues. 

The latest in makeup styles is found by Loyd Courtney, 
Karen Seay, Janet Smith, Linda Monteith and Paula Cox 
at DUVALL'S across the street. 

Quickie needs may be met at HARPER'S 5 & 10. They 
also carry a full line of Fisher-Price toys and knitting 
items. 



HARPER'S 5 & 10 STORE 

YOUR FAVORITE DIME STORE 
Downtown Brevard 



advertising / 177 



E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company 

INCORPORATED 

There's a World of Things We're Doing Something About , 




178 / advertising 



WESTERN AUTO 

105 East Main Street 
Brevard, North Carolina 



Life's Tiring Processes 
Need Not Be 



Medical X-Ray film — a specialty at DuPont in Bre- 
vard. 

A variety of necessities and gifts may be found at 
WESTERN AUTO. 

Paint and equipment for almost any decorating situa- 
tion is available at SHERWIN WILLIAMS. 



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ASHEVILLE 
NORTH CAROLINA 



advertising 17- 1 




ROYAL CROWN COLA 



Asheville, North Carolina 



Try These . . . 
They're Right For You 



For the student who is always on the go, McCRARY 
CHEVROLET-OLDS has the latest cars. 

Constant borrowing of coins by Cheryl Jones, Janice 
Miles, Margaret Edwards and F. E. McKee proves that 
RC COLA is a popular drink on campus. 

Without WHIRLPOOL washers and dryers, dirt 
would be an enemy of Tim Monteith, F. E. McKee, 
Margaret Edwards and Paul Drimmel. 



McCRARY CHEVROLET- 
OLDS, INC 

N. Broad Street — P. 0. Box 306 

Brevard, N. C. 28712 

24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE 

Dial 883-3127 



WHIRLPOOL LAUNDRY 

North Caldwell Street 
Brevard, North Carolina 
Adjacent to the Campus 

Conveniently located to serve 
Brevard College students 




180 / advertising 



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Organ, led 1912 

PASSBOOK DEPOSITS • CERTIFICATE DEPOSITS 
tour Sowngs Insured Up To $20 000 
CONVENTIONAL HOME LOANS 



883-8242 



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"Sove locally and your money stays 
at home building a stronger community" 

BREVARD, N C 



Build A New Home 



BREVARD FEDERAL is always ready to grant a build- 
ing loan to a deserving patron. 

Your building needs and helpful planning assistance 
are available at NORRIS HARDWARE. 

Keep track of your day-to-day needs and progress 
with supplies from STANDARD PAPER. 



TOOLS 


HARDWARE 


NORRIS HARDWARE & BUILDERS SUPPLY 


409 NORTH BROAD STREET 


COLLEGE SHOPPING CENTER 


BREVARD, N C 28712 


Office 883-2075 Res 885-2297 



STANDARD PAPER SALES COMPANY 

BUILDING MAINTENANCE SPECIALISTS 
Asheville, N. C. 



advertising / 181 



Cash In On Practicality 



The place to find practical items is BREVARD 
HARDWARE AND CARPET SHOP. 

FIRST UNION provides a number of banking services 
for all its customers including Billy Johnson and Russell 
Briggs. 

Products to satisfy late night cravings are found by Loyd 
Courtney, Karen Seay, Janet Smith, Paula Cox and Linda 
Monteith at COMMUNITY CASH. 



ARMSTRONG FLOOR FASHION CENTER 




BREVARD HARDWARE 
& BREVARD CARPET SHOP 

lOO SOUTH BROAD ST 
BREVARD N C 28712 




Reeves Ricker 



STORE 883-2320 
CARPET 863-3850 



FIRST UNION 
NATIONAL BANK 

P. 0. Box 752 
Brevard, N. C. 28712 




COMMUNITY CASH 



Brevard, North Carolina 




182 / advertising 



GOOD LUCK 

to the 
CLASS OF 75 

M-B INDUSTRIES 

Rosman, North Carolina 



Local Business Serves 
Many Needs 



M-B INDUSTRIES — one of Transylvania County's lead- 
ing industries. 

Business equipment supplied by BMI helps keep the 
Administration Building running smoothly. 



BUSINESS MACHINES 

SALES AND SERVICE, INC 



BMI 

SALES 
SERVICE 



SALES SERVICE RENTAL LEASING 



PRANK HAGGAR 



PHONE (704) 254-7241 

113 BROADWAY 
ASHEVILLE. N. C. 28801 



VICTOR COMPTOMETER PRODUCTS 

AND 

ADLER TYPEWRITERS 



advertising 183 



Our new booklet 
may turn you off. 



It tells how you can save some 
electricity. And a little bit of money 

By turning off appliances when 
they're not in use, for example. 

The booklet is interesting and 
colorful. And free. Ask your Duke 



Power office for a copy. Or write to 
Public Relations Dept'., Box 2178, 
Charlotte, N.C. 28201. 




Duke Power 
\bur friendly, neighborhood power company 



Join the Pepsi People 



feelin' free! 



Pepsi Cola Bottling Company 



Asheville, North Carolina 



Turn On To Pepsi 



Thanks to DUKE POWER our daily power needs re- 
main intact. 

PEPSI makes people smile, because PEPSI tastes hap- 

py- 



184 / advertising 



HOUSTON FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 

Dial 883-8205 53-55 East Main St. 

Brevard, N. C. 28712 



Basic Necessities 
And Little Extras 



HOUSTON FURNITURE COMPANY is a good place 
to go to add individuality and style to your home 
away from home. 

Necessities are well provided by PUBLIC SERVICE 
COMPANY OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



NATURAL GAS 

^Kw A friend of Earth, 



CLEAN - EFFICIENT - NATURAL ENERGY 
^^*g£r For A Cleaner America 



Natural Gas is truly a friend of earth. It helps keep our air cleaner because it is the only major source of energy 
that is considered non-polluting. Gas helps in conservation too, because it is used in its most efficient natural 
form without any loss to convert it to another form of energy. 



PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY of NORTH CAROLINA, Inc. 



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advertising / 185 



Gas, Sherbet And Lodging 



Convenient location and friendly service are trademarks 
of RED DIAMOND. 

In this age of constant traveling, IMPERIAL MOTOR 
LODGE is an ideal place to stop. 

BILTMORE DAIRY ice cream comes to mind when Bre- 
vard students want a special taste treat. 



RED DIAMOND 
SERVICE STATION 

North Broad Street 
Brevard, North Carolina 



IMPERIAL MOTOR LODGE 

75 Completely New & Modern Units 

CONFERENCE ROOM AVAILABLE 

Highways 64 & 276 North 
Phone: 883-3185 
Brevard, N. C. 




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Brevard, North Carolina 









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As NASA's contractor for the Spaceflight Track- 
ing Station at Rosman, North Carolina, the 
Bendix Field Engineering Corporation is happy 
to be a part of the Transylvania County com- 
munity. 

We provide field engineering and support 
for Bendix built systems and for sys- 
tems designed and built by other con- 
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operation and maintenance of tracking 
stations for earth orbiting satellites and 
manned spacecraft, assisting the U.S. 
Air Force Space Detection and Tracking 
System, servicing medical electronics 
equipment, routing ships across the 
ocean, and overhauling various types 
of electronic equipment. 

We invite you to visit us at the Rosman 
station Monday through Friday. Our 
telephone number is (704) 883-8211. 



Bendix 




Field Engineering 
Corporation 



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BENDIX FIELD ENGINEERING COMPANY is working 
hard to provide the entire country with modern technol- 
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Located within walking distance of the campus, BREVARD 
MOTOR LODGE is ideal for visiting parents and alumni. 

Try shopping at BREVARD JEWELERS AND GIFT SHOP 
for the perfect gift item. 



BREVARD JEWELERS 
& GIFT SHOP 

Corner of Main and Broad 
Opposite Court House 




BREVARD MOTOR LODGE 

Across from the college 

Brevard, N. C. 
704-883-3115 



advertising / 187 



Bargains Galore 



Linda Monteith finds VARNER'S offer a fine selection 
of many items. 

AUSTIN ART SHOP carries a full line of film and 
camera supplies and all types of recorded and sheet 
music. 

If you are looking for good merchandise at a college 
student price, check SKY CITY first. 



AUSTIN ART SHOP 



Your Photo, Tape, and 
Record Center 



11 E. Main Street Brevard, N. C. 



VARNER'S VALUES 

That You Can't Afford To Miss 

Trusted Over 900,000 Times 

VARNER'S DRUG STORE 

Corner of South Broad & Jordan Streets 

Phone: 883-4165 

Brevard, N. C. 




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Fine quality china and silver (and a resident minia- 
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Tom Murphy, Sue Caldwell, Ginger Ramsay and 
Gene Ellis find that BELK is a store that really cares for 
its customers. 





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For a quick hot dog, hamburger or very special hot 
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Taking the girls to lunch? Need a good meal in a short 
time? Try GAITHER'S cafeteria-style restaurant. 

If you ever get to cravin' some real stream trout or just 
want good southern fried chicken, make PISGAH 
FISH CAMP your favorite stop. 




GAITHER'S RESTAURANT 

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Since 1940 

34 S. Broad St. 

Phone: 883-9470 

Brevard, N. C. 



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BERRY'S RESTAURANT 




on the 


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Hunger Pangs Call For Food 



Studying late for an exam? BERRY'S RESTAURANT is 
open all night for coffee, doughnuts or breakfast. 

CITIZENS TELEPHONE COMPANY helps keep com- 
munication open between Brevard students and home. 



CITIZENS TELEPHONE COMPANY 

SERVING TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY 
225 East Main Street Brevard, N. C. 



advertising / 191 



"MEET YOUR FRIENDS IN SIMS STUDENT UNION' 



Mrs. Norwood and Mrs. Childress help make SIMS 
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Brevard, N. C. 28712 



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For Things You Know 



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advertising / 193 



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OLAN MILLS contributes much toward making the 
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A fine selection of car and all types of service from 
towing to mechanical repairs is provided by GOOD- 
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for additional information 
on homesites now 
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advertising / 195 



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of clothes and is a good place to celebrate receiving a 
check from home. 

A very special ingredient for clothing necessities is 
supplied by AMERICAN THREAD. 



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OF 

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196 / advertising 




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Serving our cafeteria, PEARCE-YOUNG ANGEL Co., 
food distributors, help keep the line moving smooth- 

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for building your own at BREVARD LUMBER COM- 
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advertising / 197 



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OFFICE SUPPLIES 

Hendersonville, North Carolina 




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For Supplies 

SINCLAIR'S supplies office needs of all varieties. 

As F. E. McKee and Margaret Edwards can tell you, 
BUNNY BREAD is so fresh they wouldn't squeeze any 
other brand. 




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1007 E. Marion St. — P. 0. Drawer 1150 
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198 / advertising 



B & B FEED AND 
SEED COMPANY 

12 Gaston Street 
Brevard, North Carolina 



Seeds Produce Produce 



B & B FEED and SEED provide useful supplies for farm- 
ing and gardening. 

Food for our cafeteria is rushed to Brevard by BELL 
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. 

A popular shopping place for BC students is WINN- 
DIXIE. 




996 Riverside Drive 

P. 0. Box 2987 
Phone 704/252-8764 



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advertising / 199 



D. GUY DEAN 

STATE LICENSED CONTRACTOR 

ELECTRIC HEATING 

ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS & SUPPLIES 

PLUMBING & HEATING SUPPLIES 

Established 1936 

17 S. Broad St. 

Brevard, N. C. 28712 

Dial 883-3580 



It's How We Cook 'Em 
That Counts 



Next time the dorm runs out of hot water, ask Mr. 
Hunt to call D. Guy Dean. 

Ginger Ramsay, Billy Johnson, Sally Douglass and 
Kaye Allen agree that Hardees' food fills the bill! 




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ng 



Index 



FACULTY DIRECTORY 

ROBERT ALDINE DAVIS 

President 

B.B.A., University of Georgia; M.Div., Emory 

University; SIM. Yale University; D.D., 

Pfeiffer College. 12. 21, 23, 62, 73, 79 

BRANSON LUTHER THURSTON 
Dean of the College 
B.A., Southwestern University; M.A., South- 
ern Methodist University; Ed.D., Syracuse 
University. 21, 22, 57 

FRED ALAN BARKLEY 

Art 

B.S.. Indiana (Pennsylvania) State College; 

M. Ed., Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 21, 

24, 59 

SARA SCOTT BEARD 
English 
B A., MA, Duke University. 22, 33 

ROBERT LEWIS BLOCKER 
Musk 
B.A.. Furman University; MM., D.M.A., 
North Texas State University. 22, 26 

HOWARD WALTER BOYD 
Biology 
B.A., College of Wooster; M.Sc, Ph D., Ohio 
State University. 22, 37 

JOANN PACE BRYSON 
Assistant Librarian 
B.A., Mars Hill College; M.S.L.S.. University 
of Tennessee. 22 

TIM PARSONS BRYSON 
Music 
B.M., Certificate, Curtis Institute of Music. 

PETER EDDY BURGER 

History 

B.A., M.A., Mississippi State University; 

Graduate Study, University of Alabama. 35,62, 

62,69 

DONALD WILLIAM CARROLL 
Music 
B.M., M.M., University of Michigan. 27 

SAMUEL LORAINE COPE 
Music 
B.A., Catawba College; M.A., University of 
North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Graduate Study, 
Indiana University, University of Tennessee. 
28,30 

RACHEL CATHEY DANIELS 
Mathematics 
B.A., Meredith College; Graduate Study, 
North Carolina State University, Furman Uni- 
versity. 30, 36, 57 

HAZEL JEANNE ELLER 
Health and Physical Education 
B.F.A..M.S.P.E., University of North Carolina 
at Greensboro, Graduate Study, North 
Carolina State University, University of Ten- 
nessee, University of Oregon. 30, 40, 138 

JOHN DILLON EVERSMAN 

Music and Director of 

Development and Public 

Relations 

Graduate. Cincinnati College Conservatory of 

Music. 21, 35 



CHARLES RAY FISHER 
Business 
BS., Western Carolina University; MBA, 
University of Georgia. 34, 35 

THEODORE MERRILL HAGGARD 
Dean of Student Affairs 

and Director of 
Student Financial Aid 
B.A., M.A., University of Kentucky; M.Div., 
Ph.D., Emory University. 20, 35 

DANIEL RAY HALL 

Director of Student 

Activities and Soccer Coach 

B.S., M.Ed., Florida State University. 40, 60, 

60, 123, 147, 161 

GEORGIE ANN HENSON 
Music 
B.S., Western Carolina University; M.A., 
Graduate School, Appalachian State Univer- 
sity. 38 

MARY MARGARET HOUK 
Associate Dean of 
Student Affairs 
and Religion 
B.A., Greensboro College; M.R.E., Duke Uni- 
versity. 22, 33, 38, 156 

ALBERTA KIRBY HUGHEY 
Special Education 
B.A., Limestone College; M.Ed., University of 
South Carolina; Graduate Study, University of 
Montana, Towson State College, University of 
Northern Colorado. 38, 52 

BRUNNER RHEA HUNT 
Business Manager 
B.B.A., Emory University; MB. A., Harvard 
University. 23, 38 

PATRICIA SPEARS HUNT 
Mathematics 
B.A., Asbury College; M.A., George Peabody 
College. 23, 38 

DERRY DELOS KOOB 

Biology 

B.S., Kent State University; M.Sc, Ohio State 

University; Ph. D., Cornell University. 36, 38 

FELIX KEITH LATHROP II 
Mathematics 
B.S., Berry College; M.S., Louisiana State Uni- 
versity. 37, 43, 58 

ETHEL BRAGE LeSTRANGE 
French 
B.A., Queens College; Graduate Study, Col- 
umbia University, Rutgers University. 30, 43 

JULIAN ROYDEN LITTLE 
Chemistry 
B.S., University of Southwestern Louisiana; 
M.Sc, Vanderbilt University; Ph.D., Univer- 
sity of Illinois. 43 

SYLLUS EUGENE LOVELY 
History 
B.A , Berea College; M.A., East Tennessee 
State University; M.A., University of North 
Carolina at Greensboro; Graduate Study, Uni- 
versity of Virginia. 34, 43 

MARGARET HARRELL McLARTY 

English 

B.A., Graduate Study, Duke University; 



Graduate Study, University of North Carolina 
at Greensboro, Western Carolina University 
32, 34, 43, 139 

ROBERT GEORGE McLENDON 
Director of Admissions 
B.A., LaGrange College. 21, 43 

JOHN WESLEY MEYERHOFF 
Health and Physical Education 
B.A., Colgate University; M.Ed., Old Domin- 
ion University. 39, 47, 133, 135, 136, 146 

ADELAIDE HART MILLER 
Music 
B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel 
Hill; MM., Indiana University. 28, 47 

HARVEY HORATIO MILLER, JR 
Music 
B A.. B.MUS., M.A., Graduate Study, Univer- 
sity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Graduate 
Study, Indiana University. 28, 47, 163. 165 

LOUISE PEAVY MILLER 
Music 
Diploma. Huntingdon College; Diploma, Fon- 
tainebleu Conservatoire Americaine, Pupil of 
Anthony Stankowitch, Frank LaForge, Isadore 
Phihpp; Graduate Study. Columbia Universi- 
ty, Florida State University. 47 

RHUEMMA CARTER MILLER 
English 
B.A., Furman University; M.A., Appalachian 
State University. 47 

DOROTHEA JOAN MOSER 
Music 
B.Mus., University of North Carolina at 
Greensboro; M.A. , Graduate Study, Univer- 
sity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Graduate 
Study, University of Michigan. 47 

GRACE JACKSON MUNRO 
Business 
B.S., Winthrop College; M.S., University of 
Tennessee. 50 

DOUGLAS TIMOTHY GORDON 

MURRAY 

Art 

B.A.. MAC. A., University of North Carolina 

at Chapel Hill. 25, 29, 50 

LINWOOD ASA MURRAY 
Chemistry 
B.A., Augustana College; Ph.D., University of 
Illinois. 37, 50 

PATSY ELIZABETH NEAL 
Health and Physical Education 
B.S., Wayland College; M.S., University of 
Utah. 38, 45, 49, 50 

ELIZABETH SUTER NEALE 
Assistant Director of 
Admissions 
B.A., High Point College. 49, 50 

BOBBIE JEAN NICHOLSON 
Chemistry 
B.S., Furman University; M.S., Michigan State 
University, Graduate Study, Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity, Texas Woman's University, Iowa State 
University, Texas A&M, University of Santa 
Clara. 37,' 50, 58 



index 201 



MARIO PEDRO PEREZ 
Business and Spanish 
C.G., Candler College, La Habana, Cuba; C.P. , 
Escuela de Ciencias Comerciales, Universidad 
de la Habana, Cuba; Graduate Study, Madrid, 
Spain. 31, 51, 153 

VIOLA CASANOVA DE PEREZ 
Spanish 
Bachiller en Ciencias y Letras, Instituto de 
Santa Clara, Cuba; Doctor en Pedagogia, Uni- 
versidad de la Habana, Cuba; Graduate Study, 
Madrid, Spain. 30, 51 

ESTON EUGENE ROBERTS 
English 
B.A., Berrv College; M.A., University of North 
Carolina at Chapel Hill. 32, 51, 69 

CHARLES EDWARD ROY 
Chaplain and Religion 
B A., Piedmont College; M.Div., Emory Uni- 
versity; M.A., Graduate Study, George Pea- 
body College, 21, 27, 51, 58, 158, 159 

HAROLD IVAN SMITH 

Associate Director 

of Admissions 

B.A., Trevecca College; M.A., Scarritt College, 

Ed.S., George Peabody College. 48, 52 

HARRISON ELLIOTT TAWNEY 
Director of Counseling 
and Psychology 
B S , Ohio University; M. Ed. , Kent State Uni- 
versity; Advanced Professional Certificate, 
Graduate Study, George Washington Univer- 
sity. 34, 52 

LAURA VIRGINIA T1LLOTSON 
Music 
B.M., Baylor University, M.M., University of 
Illinois; Graduate Study, University of North 
Carolina at Chapel Hill. 28, 52, 73, 75, 76, 78, 
164 

GEORGE LARRY WHATLEY 
Music 
B M., MM., University of Alabama; Ph.D., 
Indiana University. 27, 52, 57 

MARION PURCELL WHATLEY 
Music 
B M .University of North Carolina at Greens- 
boro; M.M., Indiana University. 27, 52 57 

NORMAN LEE WITEK 

Health and Physical 

Education 

B.S., M.S., University of Tennessee. 38, 53, 

128, 129, 139, 140, 145 

ARTHUR PRESTON WOODRUFF 

Religion 

B A , Georgia State University; M.Div., 

Graduate Study, Emory University. 33, 36, 53, 

75, 76, 77 

ORV1LLE CLAIRE WOODYARD 
Mathematics 
B A , B.Sc.Ed., M.S.C , Ohio State University. 
36, 53 

JANE ELIZABETH WRIGHT 
Librarian 
B A , Winthrop College; B.S.L.S., University 
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M.S. Colum- 
bia University. 45, 53 

MERLE NEWCOMER YOUNG 

Religion 

B.A., John Fletcher College; B.D., Drew 

Theological Seminary; M T H., Princeton 

Seminary; D.D., McMurry College. 32, 53 



SOPHOMORE DIRECTORY 

AILOR, MARGARET PAULINE 

Masquers; Choir; Glee Club; CHI AROSCURO 

Staff. 9, 43, 61, 101, 163, 165 

ALLISON, BARBARA JOANNE 

Business Club; Jones Dorm; Social Chairman. 

101, 210 

ANDERSON, ANN WHITLOCK 
West Beam Dorm Vice-President; Student Re- 
cruitment Committee, Mnemosynean. 28, 101, 
168, 176 

ANDERSON, SUSAN BRIDGETT 
Masquers, Vice-President; Glee Club; Student 
Recruitment Committee; Campus Gold; 
CLARION Staff; PERTELOTE Staff. 101 

ASHMAN, OSMOND RODERICK 

Social Board; Track. 101, 126, 129, 169, 215 

BARKSDALE, LAURA PENN 
Mnemosynean 61, 101, 139 

BARNHART. BARBARA ALISON 
Business Club, Vice-President; Mnemosy- 
nean. 101, 108 

BARNHILL, JAMES WALLACE 
Phi Theta Kappa; Canterbury Club; Masquers, 
President; Glee Club; Band; Chamber Singers; 
Judicial Board. 74, 77, 101, 163, 165 

BARRETT, JOHN THETFORD 
Phi Theta Kappa. 101 

BARRIER, GEORGE DANIEL 
101 

BAXTER, JANE HARLEY 
Mnemosynean. 118 

BEARD, SHEREE ANN 

Student Union; Christian Fellowship; Mas- 
quers; CHIAROSCURO Staff; CLARION Staff, 
Editor. 28, 100, 101, 118 

BELK, JAMES HAZEL, JR. 

101 

BENSO, FRANK JOSEPH 

Student Union; Taylor Dorm President; Track; 

Cross Country; Delphian. 12, 70, 102 

BONDRANKO, DEBRA JANE 
Glee Club, 102, 163, 165 

BOYLES, LISA LOU 

Student Union Freshman Representative; Bap- 
tist Student Union; Student Recruitment 
Committee; Golf. 102 

BRACKETT, KENNETH DAVID 
102 

BRENDLE, MICHAEL RAY 
Band; Student Recruitment Committee; Del- 
phian. 68, 79, 102, 152 

BREWER, TERRY ALEXANDER 
Christian Council; Baptist Student Union; 
Westminster Fellowship; Day Students' Club; 
Masquers; Glee Club; PERTELOTE Staff. 77, 
102, 122, 163, 165 

BRIGGS, RUSSELL JEROME 

Phi Theta Kappa, Marshal, Social Board. 50, 

102, 159, 182 

BROCKWELL, CYNTHIA GWEN 
Explorers, Secretary 102, 152 



BROWN. CHARLES GORDON 
Soccer. 102 

BROWN, JESS EARL 

Phi Theta Kappa; Marshal; Business Club; 

Track. 102, 159 

CALDWELL, SUE ELLEN 
Phi Theta Kappa; Marshal; Hall Counselor; 
Student Ambassador. 102, 112, 166, 159, 168, 
176, 189 

CAMPBELL, JANINE RAVEKES 

Glee Club; Business Club. 29, 102, 163, 165 

CANNON, FURMAN EDWARD 
Choir; Glee Club. 103, 163, 165 

CAPPS, JOHN CLINGMAN 

103, 104, 213 

CECIL, JOHN WAYNE 
Track. 103, 140, 143, 144, 215 

CHANDLER, EDWARD JOSEPH 
Track; Cross Country. 103, 128 

CLARK, BEVERLY JEAN 
Student Union, Masquers. 103 

CLARK, ROBERT CORNELIUS 
PERTELOTE Staff; CLARION Staff. 103 

CLAY, EDW1NA VICTORIA 

Student Union, Jones Dorm Representative; 

Cheerleader; CHIAROSCURO Staff. 103 

COMER, TOMMY LEE 

Kappa Chi; Christian Council; Baptist Student 

Union; Soccer. 103, 123 

COOPER, JANETTE FAYE 

104, 107 

COURTNEY, MARGARET LOYD 
Choir; Glee Club; Chamber Singers; CLAR- 
ION Staff, Advertising Manager. 28, 78, 104, 
163, 165, 177, 182 

COVEY, JOHN STEWART 
Baptist Student Union; Canterbury Club; 
Masquers; CLARION Staff; CHIAROSCURO 
Staff 104 

COX, ELIZABETH PAULA 

Big Sisters. 104, 114, 156, 177, 182 

CREEKMORE, ANTHONY LEROY 
Basketball. 12, 104, 133, 136 

CRITCHER, JAMES EDWARD 

Glee Club; Chamber Singers. 104, 163, 165 

CROSBY, ABE McDONALD 
13, 29, 59, 104 

CULBRETH, CYNTHIA ELIZABETH 
Student Union; Sophomore Class, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Christian Council; Baptist Student 
Union; Intramurals; PERTELOTE Staff; 
Mnemosynean. 2,104, 147 

CUNNINGHAM, LADSON EDENS 
Soccer. 8, 41, 104, 123 

DANIELS, RACHEL CATHEY 
Student Union, Day Students Representative; 
Phi Theta Kappa, Treasurer; Big Sisters; Kappa 
Chi; Day Students' Club, President; Basket- 
ball; Tennis; Campus Gold. 36, 102, 104, 112, 
138, 139, 147, 156, 157 



202 / index 



DARNELL, MICHAEL JEROME 
Kappa Chi; Christian Council. President; Bap- 
tist Student Union. 104 

DARST, DES1REE ADELE 

Christian Fellowship, Baptist Student Union; 

Campus Gold. 3, 28, 104. 

DEATON, DEBBIE LYNN 
Masquers; Choir; Glee Club. Student Assistant 
and Tour Manager; Orchestra; Chamber Sing- 
ers. 78. 105, 163, 165 

DEWEES. JOHANNA RUTH 
Basketball. 105, 138, 139 



GOODMAN. THERESA LOU 
Student Union; Big Sisters; Jones Dorm Social 
Board Representative. Delphian Sweetheart 
Court, Mnemosynean. 59, 101, 105, 107, 153, 
156, 161 

GOOLSBY, HENRY JACKSON III 
Glee Club. 107 

GREENWOOD. MARY ELIZABETH 
16, 107 

GREGORY, JEANNE ALLISON 
West Beam Dorm Fire Marshal; Mnemosy- 
nean. 107 



HYRE, TOLISON 

Social Board; Jones Dorm Secretary-Treasurer; 

Student Ambassador. 108, 160, 161 

INGRAM, KATHRYN JANE 
Mnemosynean. 28, 46, 109, 152 

JAMME. STEPHEN VAUGHAN, JR 
Taylor Dorm Vice-President. 109, 147 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM GEORGE 
Student Union; Tennis. 109. 182, 200 

JONES, BRYAN KEITH 
Basketball. 109, 133 



DICKERSON, THOMAS KEVIN 
Men's Intramural Council. 105 



GROOVER, JOHN HOWARD 
CHIAROSCURO Staff. 107 



JONES, CHERYL ANN 
Masquers 109, 180, 212 



DILTZ, SEAN ROBERT 

Track; Cross Country. 105. 128, 129, 140, 142, 

145, 148 

DONNELLY, MICHAEL EDWARD 
Basketball, Scorekeeper, Student Recruitment 
Committee; Delphian. 105, 152 

DOWNS, PERRY MICHAEL 
105 

ELLIOTT, GEORGE MARTIN, JR. 

105 

FEAGAN, DONALD SHIELDS 
105 

FLACK, ROBERT TIMOTHY 

Baptist Student Union; Business Club; Soccer; 

Men's Intramural Council. 105 

FLANAGAN, CAROL ANN 
105 

FLEISCHMAN, DEBRA LOUISE 
Big Sisters; Baptist Student Union; Canterbury 
Club; Masquers; Secretary-Treasurer; Glee 
Club; Business Club; PERTELOTE Staff; 
Spanish-Amencan Club; Student Recruitment 
Committee. 105, 156 

FOSTER, TIMOTHY MORGAN 
Tennis; Delphian. 105, 147 

FOY, KIMBERLY ANNE 
106 

FRAZIER, JOHN ROSS, JR. 
Basketball. 118 

FREDERICK, ELISSA ANN 

Glee Club; Band; Chamber Singers. 106, 117, 

165 

FRICKE, DAVTD WILLIAM 
Business Club. 106 

FUNK, LAURA VIRGINIA 
Masquers; Choir; Glee Club; Band; Chamber 
Singers; Social Board, Secretary; Jones Dorm 
Fire Marshal. 28, 75, 76, 77, 106, 161, 163, 165 

GARREN, MARY LYNN 
106, 139 

GARRETT, STANLEY HASKELL 

Hall Counselor; Soccer; Golf. 106, 122, 123, 

126, 146 

GLENN, DEBORAH LIND 
Student Ambassador. 106 



GUTHRIE, CEDRIC REEVES 
Westminster Fellowship; President; Choir; 
Glee Club; Social Board; Soccer; Captain; 
Spanish-Amencan Club. 5, 24, 74, 107, 126 

GWYNN, JOHN GILMAN 
Soccer; Intramurals. 107 

HALL, KENNETH LINWOOD, JR. 
118 

HAL V AG, ROAR INGE 

Christian Council; Kappa Chi; Soccer. 34, 107, 

123, 127, 158 

HARDEE, JOSEPH EARLTON, JR. 
107, 168, 176 

HARDY, DAVID LEE 

Glee Club; Band; Orchestra. 163. 165, 214 

HARE. JANIE ARLEEN 

Big Sisters; Kappa Chi. Christian Council; 

Basketball; Campus Gold. 54, 107, 156 

HARRINGTON, DOLORES ANTTA 

Phi Theta Kappa, State Vice-President. 107 

HEADLEY, DEIRDRE ANN 
Mnemosynean. 108 

HELMS, MARTHA RHINER 
PERTELOTE Staff, Editor; Big Sisters; 
Spanish-American Club; Homecoming Court. 
70, 72, 108, 153, 156 

HIGH, JAY K3LBY 
Intramurals. 108, 111, 211 

HILLMAN, JOHN REGINALD 
108 

HINSON, STANLEY KEVIN 
Social Board. 108 

HOLLAND, DEBRA MONTEZ 
Business Club. 108 

HUDGINS. ROBERT JEFFREY 

Phi Theta Kappa; Choir; Glee Club; Taylor 

Dorm Fire Marshal. 108, 165 

HUFFINES, TERRY LYNN 
Kappa Chi, President; Christian Council, Bap- 
tist Student Union. 108 

HUFFSTETLER, DELVIN SYLVANUS II 
108 

HULSEBUS, LUCRETIA ANN 
CHIAROSCURO Staff. 15, 46, 59, 108 



JONES, SANDRA JEAN 
Business Club. 109 

KALEEL. LINDA SUE 

Explorer Club; Mnemosynean. 109 

KAPLAN, JAMES SPENCE 

Business Club; Basketball, Head Statistician 

and Assistant Manager. 7, 34, 69, 133, 137 

KARAS, BEVERLY 
109 

KARNS, CHARLES WESLEY HI 
18, 109 

KENNEDY, JOSEPH ARTHUR, JR. 
Golf. 109, 146 

KILLALEA, JOAN TERESA 
Business Club; Cheerleader, Chief; Mnemosy- 
nean. 9, 106, 109, 124, 135, 211 

KILSTROM, MARK TIMOTHY 

Student Union; Day Students' Club; Glee 

Club. 110 

KLIMEK, DAGMAR ILSE 
Student Union. 110 

LAMM, JAMES MARTIN 
110 

LAND, ALMA KAREN 

Student Union; Masquers; Glee Club; West 
Beam Dorm Social Director; Delphian 
Sweetheart Court; Mnemosynean. 106, 110, 
137, 163, 165, 193 

LANDON, THOMAS ARTHUR 
Phi Theta Kappa, Vice-President; Day Stu- 
dents' Club; CHIAROSCURO Staff. 110, 115 

LEWIS, JOHN RODNEY 
110 

LEWIS, OPAL ELAINE 

Big Sister; Basketball. 119, 138, 139 

LILLY, GREGORY KIRK 
110 

LINES, LUCY CABANISS 
Christian Council; Baptist Student Union; 
Canterbury Club, President; Masquers; Glee 
Club; PERTELOTE Staff; CHIAROSCURO 
Staff. 104, 110 

LOVELL, DEBORAH LYNNE 
Business Club; Mnemosynean. 110 



GOLDSMITH. STANLEY KENNETH 
Student Recruitment Committee. 106 



HUNT, MARILYN ALVA 
103. 108 



LUTZ, COLETTE WORLEY 
Big Sister. 110. 156 



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McGUIRE, KATHLEEN DUPONT 
Student Union, Speaker of the Legislature; Big 
Sisters; Christian Council; Baptist Student Un- 
ion; Westminster Fellowship; Masquers; 
Choir; Glee Club; Chamber Singers. 58, 110, 
156, 163, 165 

McWHITE, THOMAS BENSON 
Golf. 110 

MAJOR, ANDREW BERNARD 
Social Board. Ill 

MANLEY, EDWARD GARY 
Track. 29, 111, 140, 142, 144, 149 

MARSHALL, SUSAN JANE 
PERTELOTE Staff. 107, 111 

MEEKS, DAVID THOMAS 
62, 109, 111 

MERRILL, DANA ALVIS 
Phi Theta Kappa. Ill, 147 

MILES, JANICE LORRAINE 
Masquers. Ill, 180 

MILLER, DEBRA ELLEN 

Campus Gold; Explorers Club; Mnemosynean. 

Ill, 152 

MILLER, RICHARD FREDERICK 
Golf. Ill, 146 

MILWOOD, DAVID LEE 
Tennis; Soccer. Ill, 123, 125, 127 

MITCHELL, MARY BOULWARE 
Student Union, Secretary; Christian Council, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Baptist Student Union; 
Business Club; CLARION Staff, Typist; West 
Beam Dorm Secretary. 62, 111 

MONTEfTH, LINDA GAIL 
Phi Theta Kappa, Secretary; Marshal; PERTE- 
LOTE Staff, Business Manager. Ill, 159, 177, 
182, 188 

MOORE, JAMES ROBINSON 

Christian Council; Baptist Student Union; 

Band. Ill 

MOOREFIELD, SALLY ANN 
Social Board; Student Recruitment Committee; 
Delphian Sweetheart Queen; Mnemosynean. 
70, 79, 112, 152, 155 

MORTONSON, JEANNE MARIE 

Big Sisters; Secretary-Treasurer. 9, 45, 72, 112, 

156, 157 

MUMFORD, HOPE MICHELLE 

Student Recruitment Committee, Student 

Ambassadors; CHIAROSCURO Staff. 72, 112 

MURPHEY, JAMES ALLEN 

Student Union, President. 112, 168, 176, 189 

MURPHY, THOMAS ANTHONY 
Green Hall Fire Marshal 112 

NANNEY, CYNTHIA JEANNE 
Big Sisters; Vice-President; Christian Fellow- 
ship, Glee Club; Business Club; Homecoming 
Queen. 4, 45, 72, 73, 112, 156, 157, 163, 165 

OTT, SARAH JEAN 
16, 112 

OWENS, RUDY DOUGLAS 

Phi Theta Kappa; Marshal; Soccer. 112, 123, 

127, 159 



PAGE, FORREST WARNER 
Phi Theta Kappa; Marshal; Green Dorm Presi- 
dent. 112, 159 

PALMER, WHITFIELD McRORY 
Canterbury Club; Choir; Glee Club Chamber 
Singers. 112, 163, 165 

PARKER, JOSEPH MICHAEL 
Day Students' Club, PERTELOTE Staff, Assis- 
tant Business Manager. 112 

PAUL, DIANE MARIE 

Student Union Dorm Representative; Student 
Recruitment Committee; Christian Council; 
Mnemosynean. 113 

PIKE, BETSY LOUISE 

Big Sisters. 101, 113, 156, 157, 210 

PINNER, MIKE RAY 

Christian Council; Kappa Chi; Baptist Student 

Union. 113 

POWELL, MARGARET ALICE 
Student Union. 113, 211 

RAGSDALE, KARL 

Cross Country; Track. 73, 113, 128, 140, 141, 

142, 165, 139 

RAMSAY, VIRGINIA ANN 

Phi Theta Kappa ; Big Sisters. 113, 156, 159, 189, 

200 

RANCER, GAYLE 

Student Union, CLARION Staff; CHIAROS- 
CURO Staff. 113 

RAYMER, JAMES BARKER 
113 

ROBERTS, GINA LYNN 
Glee dub. 113, 163, 165 

ROBERTS, SUSAN NEY 

Cheerleader, Co-Chief; Student Ambassador. 

2, 9, 113, 124, 135, 211, 213 

ROBERTSON, DALE EDWIN 
Soccer. 113 

RUTLEDGE, DAVID JAMISON 
Christian Council; Kappa Chi; Baptist Student 
Union; Westminster Fellowship; Glee Club; 
Band; Masquers; Chamber Singers. 77, 113, 
164, 165 

SANFORD, DAVID FRANKLIN 
Soccer, Captain. 
9, 72, 114, 123, 160 

SAWYER, MADELINE ELAINE 
Big Sisters; Choir; Glee Club; West Beam Dorm 
President; Student Ambassador. 10, 36, 114, 
139, 156, 163, 165, 211 

SAXON, PAUL ANDREW 

Business Club; Green Dorm Treasurer. 114 

SCARBROUGH, JANN ELISE 
Big Sisters, President; Basketball, Manager; 
Campus Gold, Vice-President. 45, 114, 126, 
156, 157 

SCOTT, STANLEY EUGENE 

Phi Theta Kappa, President; Marshal, Chief; 

CHIAROSCURO Staff, Editor. 16, 114,159,169 

SEAY, KAREN ELIZABETH 

Business Club, President; Phi Theta Kappa. 

144, 177, 182 



SETZER, RICHARD JAMES 

East Beam Dorm President; CLARION Staff, 

News Editor; Delphian. 114 

SHEPARD, LARRY DALE 
Canterbury Club. 114 

SHORT, KATHY JANE 
Mnemosynean. 59, 114 

SLAGLE, KATHERINE LOUISE 

Phi Theta Kappa; Big Sisters; Social Board. 114, 

156, 157, 159, 161 

SLEE, JAMES MICHEL 
Basketball. 119 

SMITH, ELIZABETH ESTELLE 

Phi Theta Kappa; Big Sisters; Choir. 57, 114, 

156 

SMITH, HOWARD EUGENE 
Student Union, Sergeant-at-Arms; Sophomore 
Class, Vice-President; Soccer; Campus Gold; 
East Beam Dormitory Counselor; Delphian. 8, 
69, 114, 123, 148 

SMITH, JANET LYNN 

Big Sisters; Christian Council; Social Board; 
PERTELOTE Staff, Sports Editor; Jones Dorm 
Vice-President; Campus Gold; Mnemosy- 
nean. 60, 63, 115, 156, 157, 161, 177, 182, 214 

SMITH, KATHRYN LEE 
Cheerleader. 28, 115 

SOCHA, THOMAS MADISON 
115 

STERN, SANDRA KAY 
Mnemosynean. 115 

STEVENS, RICHARD FLOYD 
Christian Council; Kappa Chi; Christian Fel- 
lowship; Baptist Student Union, Vice- 
President. 115, 116, 158 

STILES, CYNTHIA LEE 

Student Union; Social Board, Director; Choir; 

Glee Club 61, 115, 161, 163, 165 

STILES, REGINA ANN 

Phi Theta Kappa, Glee Club. 61, 115, 161, 163, 

165 

STRAWN, KELLY JEAN 

Westminster Fellowship, President. 115, 164, 

165 

SUGG, JAMES STEVEN 

Sophomore Class, President; Soccer; Hall 

Counselor. 49, 71, 115, 123, 125, 126, 148 

SWAN, SUZAN ZACHARY 

Judicial Board; Masquers; Glee Club; Choir; 

Band. 62, 115, 164, 165 

TAGERT, BRENDA GALE 
Christian Council; Kappa Chi; Christian Fel- 
lowship; Masquers; Choir; Glee Club; 
Chamber Singers. 115, 163, 165 

TATE, ANN CLAIRE 
Business Club. 115 

TAYLOR, MARIAN YVONNE 
Student Recruitment Committee. 116 

TEUFEL, PAUL JOHN 

Hall Counselor; Track. 55, 116, 140, 142. 

THIEDE, CAROL EMILY 

Baptist Student Union; Glee Club; Explorers 

Club. 116, 163, 165 



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THOMAS. JOHN MOORE 
PERTELOTE Staff. 107, 116 

TODD. PATRICIA ANN 
Business Club, PERTELOTE Staff; Student Re- 
cruitment Committee; Mnemosvnean, Presi- 
dent. 79, 152, 155, 169, 116 

TWOMEY, ROBERT DOUGLAS 
Canterbury' Club, Secretary-Treasurer; East 
Beam Dorm Fire Marshal; Soccer, Goalkeeper; 
Brevard College Fire Crew, Captain, Transyl- 
vania County Rescue Squad. 116 

TYLER. DESIRE LOIS 

PERTELOTE Staff; CHIAROSCURO Staff. 116 

VERNON. ALICE NELL 
Student Union; Big Sisters; Masquers, Jones 
Dorm, President; Basketball; Campus Gold. 
59, 116, 156 

WALDROP, INA MARIE 
Big Sisters; Kappa Chi; Christian Council; 
Christian Fellowship, Baptist Student Union, 
President; Day Students' Club. 116, 156 

WALLWORK, ARTHUR ALAN, JR. 
Soccer. 116, 123, 121, 212 

WALTHALL, WENDY JEANNE 

Student Recruitment Committee; West Beam 

Dorm Fire Marshal. 2, 116, 139, 211 

WASH AM, LUCY LYNN 
Student Union, Treasurer; Freshman Class, 
Secretary-Business Club, Social Chairman; 
Mnemosynean. 110. 116, 152 

WASHAM, SARAH ELIZABETH 
Business Club; Social Board; PERTELOTE 
Staff; Student Recruitment Committee; Del- 
phian Sweetheart Court; Mnemosvnean. 110, 
117, 169 

WELDON, WILLIAM HEATHLEY 
Student Union, Freshman Class, Vice- 
President; Soccer; Delphian, Secretary- 
Treasurer. 62, 79, 117, 123, 152 

WERTHEM, RODERICK BEAL 
Soccer. 72, 119, 122 

WHEELER, CAROL FLYNN 
Day Students' Club. 117 

WHEELER, THOMAS FRANCIS 
Basketball; Delphian. 117 

WHITE, ROSE MARIE 

Kappa Chi; Christian Council, Secretarv- 
Treasurer; Baptist Student Union; Christian 
Fellowship; Student Recruitment Committee; 
Student Ambassadors, President; CLARION 
Staff. 117 

WIERENGA. DEBRA LYNN 

Student Union, Baptist Student Union; 

Mnemosynean. 117 

WILLIAMS, CLINT 

Student Union, Parliamentarian; CLARION 
Staff; CHIAROSCURO Staff; Soccer. 79, 117, 
123, 125, 126, 127 

WILSON, BILLY KEITH 

Phi Theta Kappa; Dav Students' Club; Social 

Board; PERTELOTE Staff; CLARION Staff. 117 

WILSON, DANIEL CHAPELL 
Track; Cross Country. 9, 117, 148 

WISECARVER, PATRICIA ANNE 
54, 117 



WRIGHT, JEFFREY ALLEN 
Track. 117, 140, 142, 145, 149 

YOUNG, ANN BEAUFORT 
101. 117 

YUNKER, GERALD GALLIVAN 
Student Union; Freshman Class, SUL Rep- 
resentative; Track; Cross Country, Captain. 
117, 128, 129, 130, 140, 143. 

FRESHMAN INDEX 

ADAIR, Danny Wilfred 85, 163, 165 

ADDISON, Cornelius 85 

ALLEN, Elizabeth Kaye 85, 165, 200 

ALLEN, James Henry 85 

ALLEN, James Morris 85 

ALSTON, Clayton Bernard 85, 133, 134, 136, 

137 
ANDERSON, Mark Robert 72, 85 
ARMSTRONG, Floyd Daniel 49, 85, 123 
ASHE, Deborah Gay 85 
AUSTIN, Timothy Dale 85, 128, 129, 131, 140, 

142 
BARBOUR, Gary Wane 85 
BARKAS, Jay Paul 85, 158, 163, 165 
BARKSDALE, Jean Hollister 85, 91, 153, 163, 

165 
BARNETT, Russell Lewis 85 
BARTLETT. William Joseph 118 
BASS, Pamela Sue 85, 163, 165 
BELLEFEUIL. Cvnthia Kay 85 
BENGSTON, Mark Evans'85 
BENNETT, Gregory Mark 85, 140, 144 
BEST, Richard Watson 85 
BIGGS, Anna Louise 85, 39, 93, 152, 165 
BLAIR, John Meikle 85 
BLOOM, William Bradford 85 
BOBO, Christi Adele 85, 163, 165 
BONHAM, Sharon Faye 2, 85, 124, 135 
BOONE, Theodore Edward III 86 
BOOZER, Thomas Bradley 86 
BOSSART, John Merle 63, 86, 212 
BOTTLER, Margaret Elaine 86 
BOUFFORD, Tana Linville 10, 86 
BOWEN, Richard Durham 86, 213 
BRADSHAW, Laurie Jean 86, 138, 139, 149 
BRAMBLETT, Stephen Eric 69, 86 
BRANTLEY, James Cranford, Jr. 86, 165 
BRIDGES, Arlington Tab 86 
BROWN, Michael William 86 
BROWN, Thomas Russell 86, 133 
BRUNT, Boyce Stephen 41, 86 
BRYANT, Corene Ellen 86 
BRYANT, Martha Jean 18, 54, 86 
BULLOCK, Ronald James 4, 9, 86, 122, 123, 124, 

121 
BUTLER, Marv Elizabeth 54, 86 
BUTNER, James Curtis, Jr. 86 
BYRD, William Thomas 86 
CALL, Susan Catheryn 86, 147, 148 
CAMP, Wade Foster 87 
CAMPER, Roberta Elizabeth 87 
CARRIEL, James Paul 4, 87 
CARTER, Bonnie Jo 87 
CARTER, Marv Evelyn 49, 70, 72, 87, 122 
CARTER, Pamela Diane 87, 97 
CARTWRIGHT, William Cranford 87 
CAUSBY, Cynthia Diana 87 
CAVINDER, Phillip Ronald 87 
CHAPPELL. Karen Ann 87 
CHATHAM, Michael Wavne 118 
CHAVIS, Michael 87, 128, 129 
CHIARAVALLO, Michael Paul 87 
CLARK. Johnny Robert 87, 166, 212 
CLAY, Herbert Coleman 87, 128, 140 
CLODFELTER, Melodie Wave 3, 68, 87 
COLE, James Franklin 42, 87 
COLEMAN, Clinton Allen 87 
COLEMAN, Donald Anthony 87, 128, 140 
COOK, James Carroll 87 
COPELAND, Ruffin Holden 82, 87, 151 



COPPEDGE, James William 87 

CORLEY, Jeannie Gresham 118 

COULTER, Terry Lynn 87 

COX, Gregory Wayne 87, 133, 137, 141 

COX, Susan Lee 33, 87 

CRADDOCK, William Thomas 72, 88, 213 

CRAFT, John David 18, 88 

CREEKMORE, Michael Eugene 88, 133, 139, 

149 
CRERAN, Howard William 88, 132, 133 
CR1TZ, Frances Susan 88 
DAVID, Michael Daly 88, 140 
DAVIS, Karen Delores 88 
DAVIS, Monica Rae 62, 69, 88 
DAVIS, Wanda Violet 88 
DEBORD, Deborah Elizabeth 88 
DEILY, Karen Ann 88 
DER, James Yin-Shu 88 
DEVERGER, Derrick Anthony 88, 98, 215 
DICKERSON, Martha Suzanne 88, 97 
DILLS, Rhonda Allison 88 
DODSON, Rebecca Anne 88 
DORAN, Michael Christopher 88, 91, 133, 137 
DOUGLASS, Sally Marshall 88, 139, 151, 152, 

200 
DRLMMEL, Paul Arthur 33, 88 
DUBARD, Clifton 118, 140, 141 
DUBOSE, Thomas Roberts, Jr. 88 
DULA, Steven Henley 88 
DURHAM, Larry Neil 88 
DUSENBURY, Kevin Scott 40, 59, 88, 147 
EASLER, Deborah Kaye 88, 163, 165 
EASON, Charlotte Ann 88 
EASON, Nancy Anne 14, 88 
EDWARDS, Linda Lee 88 

EDWARDS, Margaret Taggart 88, 169, 180, 198 
ELDRIDGE, Richard Arlen 23, 78, 88, 163, 165 
ELLIS, Hollis Eugene 16, 89, 168, 176, 189 
ELLWOOD. Thomas Fiske 89 
ELROD, Tilman Howell 89 
EULER, Robin David 89 
EVANS, David Michael 14, 89 
EVANS, George Edgar 62, 89, 99 
EWELL. Nancy Gail 118 
FARKAS, Gabor Alexander 89, 140 
FARR1S, William Wilson, Jr. 89, 140 
FOOTE, Barbara Harvey 89 
FOX, James Tony 89 
FRANK, Arthur Albert 89 
FRANKS, Stanley Paul 89 
FRISBEE, Leonard Kevin 89 
GARDNER, Vicki Ann 89 
GARRISON, Marian Kathe-yn 89 
GEHO, Debra Ann 89 
GIBSON, Charles Mugler89. 128, 140, 141, 142, 

145 
GIBSON, Marsha Anne 89 
GIBSON, Steven Ray 89, 163, 165 
GILLESPIE, Arthur Bradley 90 
GLYNN, Eileen Teresa 90 
GODFREY, Patrick Grant 76, 90, 163, 165 
GOMEZ, Christine Eliane 57, 90 
GOODMAN, Bobbie Ann 14, 71, 90 

GOSNELL, Karen Lynn 90. 163, 165 

GOSNELL, Robert Jeffrev 90 

GRAY, Andrew Willis 118 

GREEN, James Ronnie 118 

GRIFFIN, Fulmer Frank, Jr. 99, 165 

GRIMES, Dianne Elizabeth 14, 90, 152 

GRIGG. Nancy Eloise 90 

HAIRE, William David 23, 74, 90, 163, 165 

HAMRICK, Garland Glenn, Jr. 90 

HARDIN, Michael Keith 90 

HARGETT, Steven Mark 90 

HARPER, Pamela Jewel 90, 164, 165 

HARRIS, Rhonda Sue 90, 138 

HART, Charles Patrick 17, 90 

HAUG, Laura Kay 90, 131 

HAYNES. Demse Lynne 90, 163, 165 

HEARD, Juanita Jenkins 90, 139 

HEATH, Thomas Gary 33, 91 

HEILMAN, Paul Arthur 91. 140 

HELTON, Cynthia Yvonne 91 



index 205 



HENDRICKS, Laurie Ellyn 62, 91, 164, 165 
HICKS, Deborah Ann 91, 163, 165 
HICKS, William Dennis 91 
HINKLE, Mary Frances 91 
HOAGLAND, Steven Tarum 89, 91 
HOKE, Linda Jane 57, 91 
HOLMES, Richard Stevenson, Jr. 91, 123, 125 
HORD, Michael Bryan 91, 164, 165 
HORONZY, Thomas Paul 91, 132, 133, 134, 

135, 137, 146, 147 
HOVEY, Karen Rita 91, 135, 211 
HOWE, Elizabeth Amber 91 
HOYLE, William Ramsaur, Jr, 37, 91, 123 
HUFF, Thecla Darlene 91, 163, 165 
HUGHES, Herron Ann 91 
HUGHES, Laura Sue 75, 77, 91, 163, 165 
HUNEYCUTT, Keith Lee 91 
HUNT, Carol Lynn 91, 163, 165 
HURLEY, Donna Anne 91, 163, 165 
INGRAHAM, Sonia Elaine 91, 153 
JACKSON, Rebecca Kate 91 
JOHNSON, Carol Anne 91, 210 
JOHNSON, Cynthia Gray 6, 92, 163, 165 
JOHNSON, David Douglas 92, 132, 133, 134 
JOHNSON, Deborah Ann 92 
JONES, Philip Wynn 92 
JONES, Rhonda Anne 43, 92, 151 
JONES, Robin Elizabeth 92 
JONES, Theresa Jane 18, 92, 94 
JONES, Timothy Charlton 92, 133 
JONES, Thomas Edward 77, 92, 163, 164, 165 
JOSEY, Philip Edward 60, 92, 95, 152 
JUSTUS, Deborah Lee 92 
KAHILL, Michael Wayne 92, 164, 165 
KALE, Theresa Lynn 92 
KAWANAMI, Noriko 10, 92, 210 
KELLY, Linda Louise 92 
KERR, John Banks 92, 123, 124 
KING, Deborah Jean 92, 150, 164, 165 
KING, Randall William 92, 123 
KINNEY, Rebecca Ann 6, 39, 92 
KITTERMAN, Stephen Hall 92, 133 
KLIMEK, Juergen Bert 92, 165 
LAJL, Leslie Kay 86, 92 
LAKE, Deborah Rebecca 92 
LANCE, Don Pete 92 
LANCE, Teresa Diane 93, 152 
LANE, Katharine Diane 78, 93, 163, 165 
LANGFORD, Calvin Herman 93, 128, 131, 140, 

143 
LANGMAID, Martin Clair 93, 164, 165 
LANKFORD, Ricky Dale 93 
LAWANDALES, Debra 83, 93 
LENAHAN, Betty Ann 93 
LILES, Linda Jane 57, 93, 152 
LIPPARD, Frank Wolfe 20, 71, 72, 85, 93 
LUCAS, Gordon Powers 63, 93 
LYBRAND, Philip Eugene 93 
LYNAM, Gerard Leonard 93 
McCALL, John Davis 93 
McCALL, Steven Lawrence 42, 93, 163, 165 
McDANIEL, Mona Lisa 93 
McDOWELL, Shirley Cornelia 93 
McGIMSEY, Ellen Shernll 7, 70, 72, 85, 93 
McILWAIN, Jerphy 93, 120, 139, 140, 141 
McKEE, Fabius Ernest 11, 90, 93, 152, 180, 198 
McLENNAN, Daniel Allen 21. 93 
McMAHON, Daniel Eugene 93, 163, 164, 165 
McNULTY, Kathy Coleen 93, 163, 165 
MABRY, John Reinhardt 93 
MARTIN, Kern Elizabeth 119 
MATTOS, Patrick David 93 
MAUNEY, James Robert 19, 94, 152 
MAYNOR, William Ray, Jr 94 
MERRPTT, Paul Jesse, Jr. 94, 152 
MILLER, Larry Kendall 68, 94, 213 
MITCHELL, David Walter 94 
MONTEITH, Timothy Lee 94, 168, 180 
MOORE, Robert Gilmore, Jr. 94 
MORRIS, Darrell Henry 94 
MORRIS, Karl Douglas 94 
MORRISON, Julie Suzanne 94 
MOSS, Cindy Lynn 94 



MUNNERLYN, James David 94 
NANCE, Martha Nan 94 
NESBITT, Larry David 94 
NESTER, John Rogers 94 
NOFTSINGER, Mark Wellford 95 
NORTON, Beth Rahn 95 
OKELLEY, Mary Ann 95 
OVER, Clark Gilmore 17, 73, 95, 121, 123 
OWEN, John Alan 95 
PARKER, David Glenn 119 
PASCARELLA, Jonathan Edward 95, 128, 129 
PAUL, Thomas Massey 95 
PAULEY, Melissa Anne 54, 95, 152, 163, 165 
PERRY, Susan 119 

PETTY, Debra Lynne 15, 95, 163, 165 
PHILLIPPE, Barbara Ann 95, 163, 165 
PLOWDEN, Richard Whitfield 95 
POFFENBARGER, Robert Jude 95 
PONTIUS, Catherine Ann 95 
POTTS, Sharon Belle 95, 138, 139 
POULOS, Malmda Marie 95 
PREFONTAINE, Samuel Henley 95 
PRESTON, Marjorie Anne 14, 88, 95 
PRICE, Gary Mitchell 95 
PRICE, Susan Elaine 44, 96 
PUTZEL, Mary Ellinora 96 
REEP, Thomas England 14, 96 
REEVES, George David 96 
RICE, David William 96, 151 
ROWLAND, Claire Millar 58, % 
RUSSELL, Lorena Love 58, 96 
SADLER, Gary Edward 15, 96, 163, 164, 165 
SAMPSON, Lufkin Clark, Jr. 94, 96 
SELLERS, Jay Scott 96 
SEMONES, Susan Elena 96, 164, 165 
SENNE, Walter William II 96 
SEQUOYAH, Barbara Lynn 96 
SEWELL, Joseph Calhoun 96 
SEXTON, Billy Mac 96, 139 
SHARPE, Samuel Wesley 96, 158 
SHERER, Alexander Francis 96, 133 
SHUPE, Debra Eileen 96, 164, 165 
SHYTLE, Carl Hugh 96 
SIBLEY, Daniel Erwin 50, 96, 133, 148 
SIGMON, Glenn Roy 74, 96 
SIMMS, Donald Robert 119 
SINGER, Alan Lee 16, 96 
SKATRUD, Mark Ralph 95, 96 
SK1LLEN, Kathy Marie 77, 97, 163, 165 
SLUITER, Thomas Engel 97, 146 
SMATHERS, Kevin Joe 97 
SMITH, Alan Richard 71, 97, 123 
SMITH, Judy Lynne 97 
SMITH, Laura Denise 62, 85, 88, 97, 126 
SMITH, Matthew Clay 87, 96, 164, 165 
SMITH, Nancy Carol 97, 163, 165 
SMITH, Pamela Marie 97, 138 
SMITH, Tony William 97 
SNEED, Christine Colleen 47, 92, 97 
SOUTHERN, Joe Gray 97 
STANLEY, Julie Ette 97 
STANLEY, Susan Diane 57, 97 
STELLWAGEN, John David 97 
STEPHENSON, Rebecca Ann 91, 97 
STERK, Mary Catherine 97, 164, 165 
STEWART, Willie 97 

STINNEFORD, Michael David 97, 128, 129, 140 
STRICKER, Richard Ford 119 
STYRON, William Harding, Jr. 97, 133, 164, 165 
TALBERT, Robert Irvin 97, 160 
TATE, John Keeble 119 
TEDESCO, David Alan 97, 163, 165 
TENPENNY, Christopher John 17,97, 123, 125 
THARPE, Karen Patricia 97, 165 
THOMAS, Charles Thomas 98, 146 
TILLER, Randy Blaine 9, 98, 128, 130, 140 
TILSON, Daryl Bryan 98, 163, 165 
TORELLA, Susan Alice 28, 76, 98, 163, 165 
TURNER, Susan Elaine 98, 163, 164, 165 
VAUSE, James Felton 98, 165 
VEGA, Karen Sue 54, 85, 98, 163, 165 
VROEGINDEWEY, Larry Allan 27, 57, 74, 77, 
98, 147, 164, 165 



WALDRUP, Patricia Marbeth 98 
WALL, Mary Louise 47, 98 
WARREN, Mary Carrow 98 
WEBBER, Mildred Jordan 10, 98 
WEHUNT, Kim Virginia 98 
WELCH, Sheridan McCabe 98 
WENTZ, Cynthia Ann 98, 163, 164, 165 
WHITE, Tracy Elaine 78, 98, 99, 163, 165 
WIER, Amanda Morse 10, 98, 139, 193 
WILKERSON, Sonya Gail 61, 98, 153 
W1LKINS, Lisa Virginia 3, 99 
WILKINSON, Barry George 99 
WILLIAMS, Derrill Leigh 119 
WILLIAMS, Thomas Wayne 99 
WILLIAMS, Vanessa 16, 24, 99, 122, 215 
WILSON, John Harvey 99 
WITHERS, Mark Fred 4, 99, 212 
WITHERS, Rebecca Jo 99 
WOOD, Miriam 99 
WOODS, Bobby Harold 99 
WOOSLEY, David Kent 99, 146 
WOOTEN, David Paul 99, 133, 134, 137 
WRAY, Deborah Gail 98, 99 
WRIGHT, Richard Dolan 99 
YATES, Susan Elizabeth 99 
YAU, Samuel Sui Cheong 10, 31, 99 

ACTIVITIES INDEX 

CHAMBER SINGERS 



L. Virginia Tillotson 

Danny Adair 
James Barnhill 
Loyd Courtney 
James Cntcher 
Debbie Deaton 
Deborah Easier 
Richard Eldridge 
Laura Funk 



Adviser 

Steven Gibson 
Patrick Godfrey 
Thomas Jones 
Kathleen McGuire 
Whit Palmer 
Brenda Tagert 
Susan Torella 
Cynthia Wentz 



GLEE CLUB 



ll.i 



rvey 



H. Mil 



Director 



Danny Adair 
Polly Ailor 
Jay Barkas 
Holly Barksdale 
James Bamhill 
Pamela Bass 
Christi Bobo 
Debra Bondranko 
Terry Brewer 
Janine Campbell 
Furman Cannon 
Loyd Courtney 
James Critcher 
Debbie Deaton 
Deborah Easier 
Richard Eldridge 
Laura Funk 
Patrick Godfrey 
Steven Gibson 
Karen Gosnell 
William Haire 
David Hardy 
Denise Haynes 
Debbie Hicks 
Thecla Huff 
Laura Hughes 
Carol Hunt 
Donna Hurley 



Cynthia Johnson 
Thomas Jones 
Karen Land 
Katharine Lane 
Steven McCall 
Kathleen McGuire 
Daniel McMahon 
Kathy McNulty 
Cindy Nanney 
Whit Palmer 
Melissa Pauley 
Debra Petty 
Barbara Phillippe 
Gina Roberts 
Gary Sadler 
Madeline Sawyer 
Kathenne Skillen 
Nancy Smith 
Cindy Stiles 
Brenda Tagert 
David Tedesco 
Carol Thiede 
Daryl Tilson 
Susan Torella 
Susan Turner 
Karen Vega 
Cynthia Wentz 
Tracy White 



CHOIR 



Kaye Allen 
Holly Barksdale 
Anna Biggs 
Christi Bobo 
Loyd Courtney 
Debbie Deaton 



Deborah Easier 
Karen Gosnell 
Pamela Harper 
Jeff Hudgins 
Thecla Huff 
Carol Hunt 



206 / index 



Donna Hurley 
Cynthia Johnson 
Juergen Klimek 
Katharine Lane 
Steven McCall 
Kathy McNulty 
Barbara Phillippe 
Madeline Sawyer 
Susan Semones 



Nancy Smith 
Cindy Stiles 
Susan Swan 
Brenda Tagert 
David Tedesco 
Karen Tharpe 
James Vause 
Tracy White 



CONCERT BAND 



L. Virginia Tillotson 

Danny Adair 
James Bamhill 
James Brantley 
Debbie Deaton 
Richard Eldridge 
Elissa Frederick 
Laura Funk 
Frank Griffin 
David Hardv 
Pamela Harper 
Laurie Hendricks 
Michael Hord 
Thomas Jones 
Michael Kahili 
Debbie King 



Director 



Martin Langmaid 
Darnel McMahon 
Karl Ragsdale 
David Rutledge 
Gary Sadler 
Susan Semones 
Debra Shupe 
Mat hew Smith 
Marv Sterk 
Kelly Strawn 
William Styron 
Susan Swan 
Susan Turner 
Larry Vroegindewey 
Cvnthia Wentz 



MNEMOSYNEAN 

Patsy Todd President 

Barbara Bamhart Vice-President 

Karen Land Secretary-Treasurer 

Penny Barksdale Social Chairman for Jones 

Dorm 

Sally Moorefield Social Chairman for Beam 

Dorm 

Mrs. E. K. McLarty Adviser 



Anna Biggs 
Christi Bobo 
Gwen Brockwell 
Robby Camper 
Cindy Causby 
Melodie Clodfelter 
Cindy Culbreth 
Sally Douglass 
Barbara Foote 
Marsha Gibson 
Bobbi Goodman 
Dianne Grimes 
Dee Headley 
Cindy Helton 
Laurie Hendricks 
Herron Hughes 



Jane Ingram 
Rhonda Jones 
Linda Kaleel 
Joan Killalea 
Becky Kinney 
Diane Lance 
Linda Liles 
Debra Miller 
Diane Paul 
Melissa Pauley 
Kathy Short 
Kathy Skillen 
Sandi Stern 
Lucy Washam 
Sarah Washam 
Debi Wierenga 



DELPHIAN 



Mike Brendle 
F. E. McKee 
Heath Weldon 
Harrison E. Tawney 

Ruifin Copeland 
Mike Donnelly 
George Evans 
Tim Foster 
Steve Hoagland 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 

Adviser 

Phil Josey 
Jim Mauney 
Paul Merritt 
Thomas Paul 
Richard Setzer 



BUSINESS CLUB 



Karen Seay 
Barbara Bamhart 
Debbie Lovell 
Suzanne Dickerson 
Lucy Washam 
Mrs. Thomas Munro 

Barbara Allison 
Janine Campbell 
Nancv Eason 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Social Chairman 

Adviser 

Debra Fleischman 
Debra Holland 
Becky Jackson 



Nonko Kawanami 
Mary Mitchell 
Cindy Nanney 
Paul Saxon 



Ann Tate 
Sarah Washam 
Samuel Yau 



CHIAROSCURO STAFF 



A. Preston Woodruff 

Polly Ailor 
Sheree Beard 
James Brantley 
Marv Butler 
John Covey 
John Groover 
Thomas Horonzy 
Lucretia Hulsebus 



Adviser 



Deborah Justus 
Hope Mumford 
Gayle Rancer 
Stanley Scott 
Samuel Sharpe 
Joe Southern 
Desire Tyler 
Clint Williams 



DAY STUDENTS' CLUB 



Cathey Daniels 

R James Alderman 

Deborah Gay Ashe 
Terry Brewer 
Rhonda Allison Dills 
Paul Dnmmel 
Donald Feagan 
Christine Gomez 
Ronnie Green 
Dolores Harrington 
Rhonda Sue Hams 
Thomas Heath 
Linda Hoke 
Soma Ingraham 
Deborah Johnson 
Robin (ones 
Sandra Jones 
Deborah Justus 
Tim Kilstrom 
Dagmar Klimek 
Juergen Klimek 
Pete Lance 
Thomas Landon 



President 
Adviser 

Steven McCall 
Danny McMahon 
Patrick Mattos 
Linda Monteith 
Timothy Monteith 
Karl Morris 
Beth Rahn Norton 
John Owen 
Joe Parker 
Barbara Phillippe 
Sharon Potts 
Gina Roberts 
Debra Shupe 
Kevin Smathers 
Mary Cathenne Sterk 
Regina Stiles 
Susan Torella 
Sheridan Welch 
Carol Wheeler 
Billy Wilson 
Bobbv Woods 



MASQUERS 



Jim Barnhill 
Susan Anderson 
Debra Fleischman 
Sam L. Cope 

Jay Barkas 
Terry Brewer 
Mary Butler 
Curtis Burner 
Pam Carter 
John Covey 
Debbie Deaton 
Suzanne Dickerson 
Rick Eldridge 
Steve Gibson 
Bill Haire 
Mark Hargett 
Thecla Huff 
Cheryl Jones 
Tom Jones 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 

Adviser 

Lucy Lines 
Kathleen McGuire 
Janice Miles 
Nan Nance 
David Rutledge 
Susan Semones 
Larry Shepard 
Susan Stanley 
Kelly Strawn 
Susan Swan 
Brenda Tagert 
Susan Torella 
Kim Wehunt 
David Woosley 



CLARION STAFF 



Sheree Beard 
Becky Jackson 
Danny ArmstrongCo 
Tom Horonzy 
Loyd Courtney 
Bill Sexton 
Cindy Causby 
Mrs. David Miller 
John D. Eversman 

John Barrett 
Mary Butler 
John Covey 
Pam Harper 



Editor, Fall Semester 

Editor, Spring Semester 

-Editorand Photographer 

Sports Editor 

Advertising Manager 

Photographer 

Circulation & Typist 

Adviser 

Public Relations Director 

Debbie King 
Richard Setzer 
Kim Wehunt 



CHEERLEADERS 

Joan Killalea Chief 

Sue Roberts Co-Chief 

Mrs. John Meyerhoff Adviser 

Sharon Bonham (Spring Semester) 
Missy Carter (Spring Semester) 
Debbie Geho 

Bobbi Goodman (Fall Semester) 
Laura Haug (Fall Semester) 
Karen Hovey (Spring Semester) 

CHRISTIAN COUNCIL 



Mike Darnell 
Mary Mitchell 
Rose White 
C- E. Roy 

Jay Barkas 
Bill Bloom 
Lisa Boyles 
Terry Brewer 
Corene Bryant 
John Capps 
Pam Carter 
Wanda Davis 
Suzanne Dickerson 
Rick Eldndge 
Gail Ewell 
Roar Halvaag 



President 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Adviser 

Terry Huffines 
Theresa Kale 
Cathy McNulty 
David Mitchell 
Jeanne Mortonson 
Cindy Nanney 
Mike Pinner 
David Rutledge 
Robert Talbert 
Wesley Sharpe 
Richard Stevens 
Ina Waldrop 



KAPPA CHI 



Terry Huffines 
Rose White 
C. E. Roy 

Jay Barkas 
Lisa Boyles 
Bill Bloom 
John Capps 
Mike Darnell 
Wanda Davis 
Rick Eldndge 
Roar Halvaag 



President 

Secretary 

Adviser 

Cathy McNulty 
David Mitchell 
Jim Moore 
Mike Pinner 
David Rutledge 
Wesley Sharpe 
Richard Stevens 



WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 



Kelly Strawn 

Mrs. Thomas Munro 

Terry Brewer 
Wanda Davis 
Steve Gibson 
Roar Halvaag 



President 
Adviser 

Noriko Kawanmi 
Sara Ott 
David Rutledge 



CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 



A. Preston Woodruff 

John Barrett 
Sheree Beard 
Lisa Boyles 
Suzanne Dickerson 
Terry Huffines 



Adviser 

Terry Kale 
Jeanne Mortonson 
Richard Stevens 
Ina Waldrop 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



Ina Waldrop 
Richard Stevens 
Terr,' Kale 
Mrs. Charles Bryson 

Jay Barkas 
John Barrett 
Tern,' Brewer 
Bill Bloom 
Sharon Bonham 
Lisa Boyles 
Corene Bryant 
Pam Carter 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 

Adviser 

John Covey 
Rayonette Crowder 
Mike Darnell 
Wanda Davis 
Suzanne Dickerson 
Becky Dodson 
Rick Eldndge 
Tim Elrod 



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Debbie Fleischman 
Steve Gibson 
Roar Halvaag 
Pam Harper 
Denise Haynes 
Terry Huffines 
Kathy McNulty 
David Mitchell 
Mary Mitchell 
Jim Moore 
Mike Pinner 



Mitchell Price 
David Rutledge 
Willie C- Stewart 
Robert Talbert 
Marian Taylor 
Rose White 
Tracy White 
Leigh Williams 
Mickey Wood 
David Wooslev 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 



Tim Austin 



Susan Turner 
Rhonda Jones 



President 

(Fall Semester) 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 

(Fall Semester) 



SOCIAL BOARD 



CANTERBURY CLUB 



Cindy Stiles 
Laura Funk 
Daniel R. Hall 



Chairman 

Secretary -Treasurer 

Adviser 



Glenn Sigmon 
Paul Saxon 
Thomas Murphy 



Frank Benso 
Stephen Jamme 
Sam Yau 



Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Fire Marshal 



TAYLOR 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



RESIDENCE HALL COUNSELORS 



WEST BEAM 



Lucy Lines 

Bob Twomey 

Mrs Rankin Miller 

Jim Barnhill 
John Covey 



President 

Secretary 

Adviser 

Dolores Harrington 
Larry Shepard 



SPANISH CLUB 

Theresa Goodman President 

Juanita Heard Secretary-Treasurer 

Paula Cox Program Director 

Mr. and Mrs. Mario Perez Advisers 



John Cecil 
Martha Helms 
Mary HinkJe 
Debbie Hicks 
Linda Hoke 
Elizabeth Hoke 
Soma Ingraham 
Tom Jones 
Pete Lance 
Karen Land 
Debbie Lawandales 
Tom Paul 



Debbie Petty 
Thomas Reep 
David Reeves 
David Sanford 
Tom Sluiter 
John Tate 
Charles Thomas 
Ina Waldrop 
Carol Wheeler 
Tracy White 
Sonya Wilkerson 



STUDENT UNION LEGISLATURE 



James Murphey 
Kathleen McGuire 
Joan Killalea 
Cindy Stiles, 
Peter E. Burger 
Theodore M. Haggard 
Miss Mary Houk 



President 

Speaker of the House 

Secretary 

Chairman, Social Board 

Adviser 

Adviser 

Adviser 



SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES 
TO LEGISLATURE 

Billy Johnson 
Karen Land 
Margo Powell 
Clint Williams 

FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES 
TO LEGISLATURE 

Herbert Clay 
Rick Eldridge 
Steve Gibson 
Jim Mauney 

DORMITORY REPRESENTATIVES 



Jinx Heard 
Janet Smith 
Diane Paul 
Heath Weldon 



Jones 

Jones 

West Beam 

East Beam 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



Steve Sugg 
Gene Smith 
Cindy Culbreth 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 



Barbara Allison 

Osmond Ashman (Fall Semester) 

Sharon Bonham 

Russell Briggs 

Cindy Causby 

Theresa Goodman 

Tolly Hyre 

Diane Lance 

Karen Land 

Andrew Major (Fall Semester) 

Sally Moorefield 

David Sanford 

Kathy Slagle 

Janet Smith 

Robert Talbert 

Clint Williams 

JUDICIAL BOARD 

C. Ray Fisher 

Jim Barnhill 
Susan Swan 
F. Keith Lathrop 
Mrs. E. K. McLarty 

D. Timothy Murray 

DORMITORY OFFICERS 



Janice Miles 
Debra Wierenga 



Chairman 



WEST BEAM 



Madeline Sawyer 
Ann Anderson 

Cindy Helton 

Mary Mitchell 
Wendy Walthall 
Karen Land 



President 

Vice-President 

(Fall Semester) 

Vice-President 

(Spring Semester) 

Secretary -Treasurer 

Fire Marshal 

Social Chairman 



EAST BEAM 



Richard Setzer 
Cedric Guthrie 

James Kaplan 
Bob Twomey 



Alice Vernon 

Janet Smith 

Janet Smith 

Alice Vernon 

Tolly Hyre 
Laura Funk 
Barbara Allison 

Forrest Page 



President 

Vice-President 

(Fall Semester) 

Secretary -Treasurer 

Fire Marshal 



JONES 



President 

(Fall Semester) 

President 

(Spring Semester) 

Vice-President 

(Fall Semester) 

Vice-President 

(Spring Semester) 

Secretary -Treasurer 

Fire Marshal 

Social Chairman 



GREEN 



EAST BEAM 



Bill Haire 
Gene Smith 



JONES 



Sue Caldwell 
Theresa Goodman 
Jeanne Mortonson 
Cindy Nanney 



Stan Garrett 
Dan Sibley 
Paul Teufel 



GREEN 



TAYLOR 



Danny Armstrong 
Steve Sugg 

BIG SISTERS 

Jann Scarborough President 

Cynthia Nanney Vice-President 

Jeanne Mortonson Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Mary Margaret Houk Adviser 

Paula Cox 

Cathey Daniels 

Debra Fleischman 

Theresa Goodman 

Janie Hare 

Martha Helms 

Elaine Lewis 

Colette Lutz 

Kathleen McGuire 

Betsy Pike (Fall Semester) 

Virginia Ramsay 

Madeline Sawyer 

Kathy Slagle 

Janet Smith 

Libby Smith (Fall Semester) 

Alice Vernon (Fall Semester) 

Ina Waldrop 



EXPLORE 



President 



Tom Williams 
Gwen Brockweli 
Charles Thomas 
Peter E. Burger 

Danny Armstrong 
Clinton Coleman 
John Covey 
Desiree Darst 
Karen Davis 
Thomas DuBose 
Pam Harper 



President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Adviser 

Carol Johnson 
Mike Kahili 
Linda Kaleel 
Gerard Lynam 
Debra Miller 
Diane Paul 
Sue Roberts 



208/ index 



BUI Sexton 
Carol Thiede 



Kim YVehunt 
Barry Wilkinson 



PHI THETA KAPPA 



Stan Scott 
Thomas Landon 
Linda Monteith 
Cathev Daniels 
Mrs. W. N. Beard 

Dannv Armstrong 
James Bamhill 
John Barrett 
Frank Benso 
Russell Briggs 
Jess Brown 
Sue Caldwell 
Bonnie Carter 
Paula Cox 
Deborah DeBord 
Deborah Easier 
Nancv Eason 
Margaret Edwards 
Christine Gomez 
Dolores Harrington 
Laurie Hendricks 
Thomas Horonzy 
Jeff Hudgins 
Marilyn Hunt 
Soma Ingraham 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Adviser 

Cheryl Jones 
Dagmar Klimek 
Gordon Lucas 
Dana Merrill 
Tim Montieth 
Rudv Owens 
Fon-est Page 
Virginia Ramsay 
Karen Seay 
Kathv Short 
Kathy Slagle 
Regina Stiles 
Judv Smith 
Susan Swan 
Susan Torella 
Mildred Webber 
Kim Wehunt 
Clint Williams 
Deborah Wrav 
Jerrv Yunker 



ADVERTISING INDEX 

AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY 196 

AUSTIN ART SHOP 188 

B & B FEED & SEED COMPANY 199 

BELK 189 

BELL DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 199 



BENDIX FIELD ENGINEERING CORPORA- 
TION 187 

BERRY'S RESTAURANT 191 

BILTMORE DAIRY FARMS 186 

BOST BAKERY 198 

BREVARD FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN AS- 
SOCIATION 181 

BREVARD HARDWARE 182 

BREVARD JEWELERS & GIFT SHOP 187 

BREVARD LUMBER COMPANY 197 

BREVARD MOTOR LODGE 187 

BREVARD PAINT & DECORATING CENTER 
193 

BREVARD PHARMACY 177 

BURGERLAND OF BREVARD 190 

BUSINESS MACHINES 183 

CITIZENS TELEPHONE COMPANY 191 

CO-ED THEATER 168 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO- 169 

COMMUNITY' CASH STORES 182 

CONNESTEE FALLS DEVELOPMENT CORP. 
195 

DANDY-LION 175 

D. GUY DEAN ELECTRIC CONTRACTOR 200 
DUKE POWER COMPANY 184 

E. I. du PONT de NEMOURS & COMPANY 
178 

DUVALL DRUGS INC. 177 

FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK 182 

GAITHER'S RESTAURANT 190 

GOODWILL MOTOR COMPANY 195 

HARDEE'S 200 

HARPER'S 5 & 10 STORES 177 

HOUSTON FURNITURE COMPANY 185 

IMPERIAL MOTOR LODGE 186 

KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN 193 

LOVE'S JEWELRY & GIFTS 189 

LYDA-McCRARY FORD 172 

McCRARY CHEVROLET OLDS INC. 180 



MELTON COMPANY REALTORS 176 

MILLER'S LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 169 

M-B INDUSTRIES INC. 183 

DON MOORE 171 

MIMS FURNITURE COMPANY' 168 

NATIONAL LINEN SERVICE 174 

NORRIS HARDWARE & BUILDING SUPPLY 
175 

NORTHWESTERN BANK 171 

NU WAY CLEANERS 181 

OLAN MILLS 194 

OLIN CORPORATION 170 

PATTERSON'S OF BREVARD 196 

PEARCE- YOUNG-ANGEL COMPANY 197 

PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 184 

PISGAH CANDY COMPANY 169 

PISGAH FISH CAMP 190 

PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NORTH 
CAROLINA, INC. 185 

RED DIAMOND SERVICE STATION 186 

RICE FURNITURE COMPANY 168 

ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING COMPANY 180 

SEALTEST FOODS 173 

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY 174 

SIMS STUDENT UNION 192 

SINCLAIR OFFICE SUPPLIES 198 

SKY CITY DISCOUNT INC. 188 

SPEARMAN'S WHOLESALE MEAT COM- 
PANY 171 

STANDARD PAPER SALES COMPANY 181 

TRANSYLVANIA TIMES 176 

VARNER'S DRUG STORE INC. 188 

WEDGE & KEG COUNTRY STORE 175 

WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 179 

WHIRLPOOL LAUNDRY 180 

WINN DIXIE FOOD STORES 199 

W1X CORPORATION 172 

W P N F 173 




index I 209 



long ago ... it must be . . . 




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210 / conclusion 




conclusion / 211 






212 / conclusion 




i have a photograph. 




conclusion / 213 



preserve your memories; 





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214 / conclusio 




they're all that's left you. 




conclusion / 215 




Bibliography 

The 1975 edition of the PERTELOTE was composed by the PERTELOTE staff of Brevard College and published by 
Brevard College. The book was printed by the offset lithography process by Keys Printing Company, Greenville South 
Carol. na The cover is four color process on Lexotone by Keys and S. K. Smith Company, Chicago, Illinois. The book was 
printed on 80 pound Dull Enamel. Body copy is set in 10 point Palatino, captions in 8 point Palatino Italic, and headlines 
are set in 18 point Century Bold. The press run is 700 copies. 

PERTELOTE STAFE 



Martha Helms 

Linda Montieth 

Sheree Beard 

Paula Cox 

Janet Smith 

Charles Hart 

Lorena Russell 

Desire Tyler 

Bill Sexton {fall semester) 

Billy Wilson (fall semester) 

Billy Senne (fall semester) 



Editor 

Business Manager 

Copy Editor 

Class Editor 

Sports Editor 

Photography Editor 

Photography 

Photography 

Photography 

Photography 

Photography 



Robert Clark (fall semester) 

Ann Eason (fall semester) 

Clint Williams 

Steve Gibson 

Sarah Washam 

Margaret Edwards 

Susan Anderson 

Sue Marshall 

Mrs. C. E, Roy 

Sammy Johnston 

Gainesville, Florida 



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