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Miss Kathleen Moore, associate professor of ele-
mentary education, has been teaching at Union for 37
years, the longest tenure of any instructor on campus.
Miss Moore a graduate of Mississippi State College
for Women, and Columbia University, has also at-
tended Ohio State University and the University of
Southern California. She has sent perhaps hundreds
of promising teachers into the educational field, and
they are, as are many Union students and alumni,
grateful for her services.
Miss Kathleen Moore
Dr. Erwin S. Bradley
Dr. Erwin S. Bradley, Chairman of the Division of
Social Studies, has devoted 27 years of his education-
al lifetime teaching students at Union the nuances
and complexities of history.
A graduate of Juniata College with a M.A. from
the University of Michigan and a Ph.D. from Penn-
sylvania State University, Dr. Bradley has authored
three books: Union College, Triumph of Militant
Republicanism, and Simon Cameron: Lincoln's Sec-
retary of War, and two articles in Americana Encyclo-
pedia. A distinguished teacher, scholar and a gentle-
man, Dr. Bradley will be sorely missed by students
equally interested in history.
Miss Union — Anne Reed
Mr. and Miss Union are elected annually by the
entire student population. The awards are given to
the seniors who have best served Union College.
Miss Union, Anne Reed of Bellefontaine, Ohio, has
edited the STESPEAN for two years. She is active as
President of Gamma Beta Phi, vice-president of Sigma
Tau Delta, and secretary of Beta Chi Alpha. She was
secretary and alumni advisor of CWENS, and is also
a member of the Student Senate.
She has been the Union College Pep Queen, Steven-
son Hall Dorm Queen and Lakeside Queen. Her bi-
ography has appeared in "National Student Register",
"Who's Who Among American Student Leaders", and
"Who's Who Among Students in American Universi-
ties and Colleges".
Mr. Union Bob Brooks
Bob Brooks of Dover, Delaware was named Mr.
Union for 1973-74. He has been active in student
senate and student center board for four years. As a
junior and senior he served on the Orientation com-
mittee, and spent one year on the Admissions com-
mittee. He was the recipient of the Sampson Political
Science Award last year.
Bob is a social work and political science major
and participated in the Washington, D.C. semester
working in the political field.
Amidst tears, smiles, and embraces, Mayme Wal-
lace of Barbourville was crowned the 1973 Union
College Homecoming Queen at the Spring Cabaret
Show in April. She was escorted by Ken Moore.
Mayme, a senior home economics major is active
on the student senate and student center board. She
is also a member of the Girl's Service Sorority.
1974 Homecoming Queen
L-R. Lori Lvle, Kathv Brzoska, Chris Pietrandrea, Robin Stotz.
1974 Homecoming Queen Candidates
Donna Dobo. Maria Specht, Anne Reed, Myrlyn Hale.
Valentine King and Queen
Bert McDade & Myra Alice Wright
For the second consecutive year, Nancy Spring, of
Arlington, Virginia was named Sweetheart of Mu
Omega Beta Social Service Fraternity. Nancy, a
senior elementary education major, is active in Beta
Chi Alpha sorority.
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Margaret Marsteller is an elementary education
major from Centerville, Ohio. The freshman PUB
queen enjoys swimming and hopes to work in special
education when she graduates from college.
Jana Kay Gambrel
Alpha Phi Omega
Jana Kay Gambrel of Barbourville, Kentucky repre-
sented APO in the Daniel Boone parade as the 1973-74
queen. Jana Kay is a junior majoring in accounting.
She is a member of Gamma Beta Phi National Honor
Wanda Morgan Blasenak, the 1973-74 Circle K
Sweetheart, is a senior Home Economics major from
Corbin, Kentucky. She represented the service fra-
ternity in the Daniel Boone parade in October.
Wanda M. Blasenak
Circle K Queen
Rose Hill, Virginia
Who's Who Among Students in
Batavia, New York
American Universities and Colleges
The selection of students named to "Who's Who
Among Students in American Universities and Col-
leges" is made on the basis of scholarship, participa-
tion and leadership in academic and extracurricular
activities, citizenship and service to the school, and
promise of future usefulness.
Connie S. Horn
Theta Pi Delta Award Recipients
The Theta Pi Delta Awards are given
to individuals who have contributed out-
standing services to Union College. Each
year the recipients of this senior service
award represent the qualities that Miss
Frances Patridge has exhibited during
her years of loyal service to Union Col-
lege, the student, the faculty, and the
administration. This award expresse
the ideal, "Thelo Pistos Diakonein," or
"I wish to Serve Faithfully. "
Head Photographer. Business Manager, and Darkroom Technician
SEATED: Doug York. Susan Harbison. STANDING: Allen Sutton, sports assistant:
Peggy Chandler, Lori Lyle.
Photographer, darkroom technician
Anne Reed, Edilo
Diane Ibolci, lay-out assistant
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Missing: David Dietrickson
Dave Mobley, Sports Editor
Row 1: Dorothy Elam. Bob Friedman, Tony Verlino, Jimmy Middleton. vice-president; Row 2: Mary Lehman, Mayme Wallace, Diane Ibold.
Row 3: Diane Longworth. secretary; Dave Reel. Row 4: Natalie Anderson, Anne Reed, Barb Hofacker, James Broughton. Row 5: Mark Turner,
Bob Brooks, Bill Oxendine, president.
The Union College Student Senate worked, once
again, on the faculty and interim evaluation surveys.
The results of the student polls were published.
Another one of the senate's major projects was to
change the chaperone system on campus.
The student governing body serves as a liaison be-
tween students and administration.
Iota Sigma Nu
IOTA SIGMA NU: Front row: Dr. E. S. Bradley, Mrs. E. S. Bradley. Irene Hughes. Dr. Glenn Clark. Mary Douglas, Smith Mitchell, Dora
Oxendine Farmer. Second row: Betty Davis, DeRhonda Greer. DonCarcille Burchette, Sue Tuggle Carr. Dr. Mildred Shepherd. Catherine
Faulkner Singer. Third row: Dorthy G. Elam. Mary Nell Adams. Sharon Miller Parker. Paula Rominger, Ngoc Y Do. Ruth Ehresman Harris.
Fourth row: Mary Lou Prunty. Connie Weeks Watson. Clara Hampton. Mary Stanton. Orville Weyrich, Helen Benson. Fifth row: Arthur
Sampson. Thomas McKnight, Joe Hodges, Rena Milliken. Sixth row: )immy Middleton. Bruce Presnell. Stewart Cleveland. Jerry Petryk.
Row 1: Charles Dibble. Judy Woolum. publicity chairman; Sharris Castle, treasurer; Anne Reed, president; Connie Horn, vice-president:
Dorothy Elam, secretary; Richard Cartwright, Ali Akbar Moradshadi. Row 2: Leroy Moore, Denise Gensler. Jane Presnell, Sally Cantrell,
Jackie Pendola, Rebecca Quentmeyer, Kathleen Brzoska, Myra Wright. Row 3: Diana Rice, Barbara Kane, Benny Broom, Katherine Miller,
Doris Stewart, Pamela Griffith, Lynn Slominsky. Kathy Bays. Karen Inkster. Row 4: Geoffrey Evans. Robert Friedman, Myrlyn Hale, Michael
Broom, Billie Kelly, Carol Moradshadi. Pamelia Miller, Donna Dobo, Nancy Walker, Janice Yates, Teddie Jones, Janis Griffeth, Anita Turpin,
Rente Ruggles. Mrs. Catherine Singer, advisor. Row 5: Jana Gambrel, Gerald Majors. Peggy Chandler, Michael Napier, David Hunter, Jimmy
Middleton. Wayne Triplet!, Ken Goliver, James Farmer, Bill Kidd, Douglas Smith, Donnie Looper, Lorri Mills.
Gamma Beta Phi
Gamma Beta Phi is a national honor society
which promotes scholarship, leadership, and
character. The organization donated to the library
fund, money which was earned by publishing and
selling a directory of student and faculty
addresses. On Honor Day a book is given to the stu-
dent with the highest quality point average in hours
earned at Union. A spring picnic is given in May of
every year for the members.
Evi Wolfe, Jackie Coins, Doris Stewart, Sharon Graves. Kathy Miller, Maria Specht, president.
CWENS is a National Honorary Society for Sopho-
more Women. The Union College Phi Chapter strive
to promote leadership and sisterhood among sopho-
more Women. The Union College Phi Chapter strives
As a service organization they hostess school re-
ceptions and at Parents' Week-end gatherings.
STUDENT CENTER BOARD: Row 1: Brad Sell, Jan Fish, Dorothy Elam, treasurer; Anita Turpin. Row 2: Rita Brooks. Doug York, Bob Fried-
man, Patrice Schutte, secretary; Mayme Wallace. Row 3: Mr. Black, Tom Doty, Bob Brooks. Ken Moore, Doug Schutte. president; Cynthia
Butts, |immy Middleton, Miss Palridge. Jane Bous. vice-president.
Student Center Board
The Student Center Board is responsible for pro-
viding campus activities and promoting student in-
volvement. They sponsor such festivities as an orien-
tation dance, square dance, ice cream social, valen-
tine dance, all-night party, bridal fair, flea market,
faculty talent show, and half-dollar movies.
The group entered a float in the Daniel Boone
parade and won the award for portraying the "Best
In the student center recreation room, they hold
tournaments in chess, checkers, football, air hockey,
billiards, marbles, jacks, ping pong, and cards.
One of their main projects is the annual Roman
Holiday celebration held in the spring.
Each year the board sends representatives to the
AUCI' convention at Middle Tennessee State Uni-
versity to participate in a conference about college
activities. This year's delegates were Jane Bous,
Dorothy Elam, Jimmy Middleton, Ray Spahn, and
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Lynn Slominski. Editor
Dave Mobley, Assistant Editor
"Orange and Black"
The ORANGE AND BLACK newspaper, under the
editorship of Dave Mobley and Lynn Slominsky is
published bi-weekly. The tabloid editions have been
much improved with the addition of an organization
section, editorial cartoon, more comprehensive sports
coverage, and creative photography.
STAFF not pictured: Dennis Porter. Ron Benge. Lynda Lacewell,
Don Vinyard, Lori Lyle. fakki Staggs. Conrad Phillips. Peggy
Bob Brooks, Sports Writer
Rob Hall, Cartoonist
O. V. Sparks, Business Manager
L-R: Emily Blair, Darrell Miller, president: [oann Moore, Lonnie Callihan. Bob Friedman, Miss Pease, Jim Marvin, John Smith, Mohan M.
Chilukuri. BEHIND: Dr. [ones, sponsor.
The Milesians is an organization open to religion
and philosophy majors and minors. The club encour-
ages discussion of religion and philosophical ques-
This year, the organization compiled an anthology
of philosophical works.
Row 1: Chris Brand. Ed Valentine, Richie Miller, Chuck Reich. Row 2: Larry Presley, vice-president: Shedden Sanguinneti. Dr. Frank
Gilbert, Kiwanis Advisor; Don Calitri, Faculty Advisor. Row 3: Jerry DiFillipantonio. Alan Sutton, Ed Hammel. Dave Ziegler. treasurer;
Dave Spencer. Row 4: Ken Goliver. Don Hobbs. ]eff Creasy, secretary; Gary Pascale. Rick Reeves. ABSENT: Donnie Looper, president;
Charles Hale. Bill Swafford, Jim Nehil.
Circle K International is a social-service fraternity
which promotes the human and spiritual values of
The members sponsored a fund-raising drive for
mentally retarded children to give them a Christmas
party and provide gifts.
The organization participates in the Daniel Boone
parade and Roman Holidays. They are also active in
Larry Gugenheim, treasurer: Tom Radwanski. Tom Bailey, Dave Sellwood. John Weisbrod, Father Frank Osberg. Tafrechi Navii. Charlie
lepson. Bob Hall. Slick Elliot. Mark Heller, Paul Dole, president.
Mu Omega Beta
Mu Omega Beta undertook a major project
this year by sponsoring the appearance of the
"All-American Red Heads", an internationally
famous all-girl basketball team. The endeavor
proved successful for the organization, and the
profits enabled them to hold various social
events throughout the year.
Other activities in which the brothers of MOB
participate are the Daniel Boone parade and in-
L-R: Pamelia Miller. Myrlyn Hale, Dee Kurtz, Patty France, Linda Sharp, treasurer; Judy Woolum, lane Bous, Denise Gensler, Kathy Baker.
Maria Specht, Nancy Spring, Cathy Chakour. Cynthia Butts, vice-president; Barb Kane, Kay Depp, co-advisor; Bottom: Anne Reed, secretary;
Karen Doyle, president.
Beta Chi Alpha
The sisters of Beta Chi Alpha are joined by the
spirit of friendship. The sorority promotes the ideals
of beauty, culture, and art.
BXA sisterhood is climaxed by the Annual Spring
Presentation Ball held for the formal initiation cere-
mony of pledges. The organization is active in all
campus festivities, including Roman Holidays and the
Daniel Boone parade. Members often serve and
hostess various social functions throughout the year.
As a social-service group, the sorority encourages
friendliness and respect, among the sisters and on
Phi Upsilon Beta is a relatively young social-service
fraternity. They seek to create fellowship on campus,
and presently have a larger membership than ever
They participated in the March of Dimes collection,
and are active in campus intramurals and Roman
Top To Bottom: Bob Hofman, vice-president; John Burnette. presi-
dent; David Burdick, Conrad Phillips. Mike Broom. Jimmy Wilson.
Bill Hallstead, Pete Emery, treasurer; Tony Vertino. Martin Pepe,
Don Storms. Steve Mattern, James Mason.
L-R: Doug York, Sieve Bass, treasurer; Rick Cartwright. secretary; Bob Friedman, vice-president; Chuck Fultz, Boh Petronelli, president;
Larry Shepherd, |ohn Maxvitat, Kevin Emmons, Pete McNall, Gregg Rice.
Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega, the oldest service fraternity on
campus is concerned with the ideals of leadership,
friendship, and service.
This year they helped collect money for the March
of Dimes, and participated in a bike hike to earn
funds for mentally retarded children.
They also participate in co-ed volleyball, inter-
fraternity football, basketball, and softball. They help
promote the social spirit of the campus by sponsoring
campus social gatherings.
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Row 1: Cathy Turner, Dawn Wilken, Jackie Pendola, [oann Thomas. Row 2: Lynn Beakman. Lynn Slominsky, Judy Gross, Susan Harbison,
Randlene Teague, Treasurer; Becky Reed, President. Row 3: Carolyn Madigan, Sandy Lewis, Jan Fish, Diane Ibold, Debbie Krusemark, Pam
Fulks. Row 4: Mrs. Boyd. Pam Griffth, Dorothy Elam, Becky Heffelfinger, Bev Matthews, Debbie Wolfe. Secretary; Chris Martin. Row S.-
Robin Stotz. Gloria Hauck, Jamey Payne. Vice-President; Myra Wright, Connie Horn, Mrs. Owens.
Girls' Service Sorority
G.S.S.'s major purpose is to promote friendship and
united service for the Union College campus and the
G.S.S. sponsors service on and off campus. Many
services for the community include visiting the nurs-
ing home, Christmas and Easter parties for the handi-
capped and babysitting for the churches.
On campus they participate in Parent's weekend,
various sales, Daniel Boone Festival, Pfeiffer Hall
cleanup, and Roman Holiday.
Row 1: Miss Mary Alice Lay, advisor; Gerry Baill, Sandy Lewis, treasurer: Velena Meade, vice-president; Nancy Walker, secretary; Denise
Cope, president. Row 2: Kalhy Mills. Jamie Payne, Wanda Blasenak, Mayme Wallace, Myra Wright.
Home Economics Club
The Home Economics Club, under the advisorship
of Miss Mary Alice Lay, is a vocational organization
open to Home Economics majors and minors. The
club strives to benefit the women of Union College by
promoting an interest in home and family living.
They sponsor such projects as a hot dog sale, cookie
sale, candle sale, and steak dinner. They also partici-
pate in the Daniel Boone festival.
Row 1: Dennis Peloso, Jim Nehil. Dave Sellwood, president; Scott Coffee, Eric Musgrave. Row 2: Jackie Pendola, Karen Inkster, Dawn Wilkin,
Becky Reed. Mary Napier. Pam Griffith. Pat Johnson, Charlie Iepson.
The Pi Epsilon Alpha fraternity promotes an
interest in physical education and health. It is open
to all majors and minors.
Pi Epsilon Alpha
Sue Sanguinetti. Janis Griffith. Patrice Schutte. president; Mickey
Iepson, Debby Miller, secretary. Linda Feipel, vice-president.
P.H.T. (Put Hubby Through) is made up of wives of
Union College students. They are active in commun-
ity service activities including having a Christmas
party at the Children's Home, and singing Christmas
carols at Boone Manor. They held a Tupperware
party and Daniel Boone Day Bake Sale to finance a
holiday progressive dinner.
The Judicial Board reviews all matters of miscon-
duct referred by the Dean of Students. The Council
also handles matters of offenses involving violations
of general college regulations. The members are
elected by the students of Union College to serve as a
just and democratic means of appeal.
Ronnie Mills. Kathy Brzoska, Scott Coffee, chairman; Pat Sheridan,
vice-chairman; Jane Bous, secretary; James Mason. MISSING:
Row 1: Sally Cantrell, David Burdick, vice-president; Becky Heffelfinger, treasurer; Cathy '
president; Diane Ibold, Barbara Kane, Dr. Warren Rabbins, sponsor. Row 3: Peggy Chandler.
Nancy Spring. Row 2: Micheal Broom.
The Student National Education Association is
composed of aspiring teachers. Members receive
monthly publications from the National and Kentucky
Education Associations, with which they are affiliat-
ed. The group helps in the community by performing
such service projects as working at the Daniel Boone
feast. They also sponsored a series of educational
films for the student body.
A major project of the organization was a used book
Row 1: Charlie Dibble, Mrs. Dibble. Mrs. Bryant. Dr. Bryant. Row 2: Maria Spechl. Richard Wells, vice president; Barbara Franks, secretary;
Sharon Graves, president.
The Oxford Club's purpose is promoting an
opportunity for all persons to fulfill the require-
ments for Christian service. Meeting on a month-
ly basis, they have discussions which enable
them to seek and prepare for problems which
might arise in the future.
One of the group's major activities is gathering
for a Christmas party at Dr. Bryant's home dur-
ing the holiday season.
Row 1: Dave Reel. Barb Franks. Row 2: Richard Wells, Susan Harbison. Row 3: Maria Specht, Peggy Chandler, Roberta Tall. Sharon Sharon
Graves. Row 4: Carol Jurgens. David Hunter, Jim Thompson, Lori Lyle. Mark Fishburn, Wayne Triplet!. Glenn Cotterell, Leroy Moore, Becky
Collegiate Action Group
The collegiate Methodist group seeks to further
Christian fellowship among college students. They
hold retreats, sponsor dinners and host "Drop-ins"
for Junior high students.
FRONT: Denise Gensler. Sherry McDonald, Judy Woolum, Myrlyn Hale. BEHIND: Miss Kathy Pease, advisor; Diana Rice. MISSING: Rita
Brooks, Debbie Woolum.
The Pom Pom Squad, with a
series of new dance routines
entertained the basketball
crowds at home games. The
girls in new orange and black
uniforms added a charming
touch to pre-game and half-
of Pf eiffer Hall
DORM COUNCIL: Seated: Robin Stotz, Gloria Hauck. Peggy
Chandler. Standing: Carol Clark, Mrs. Owens, Cindy Chapman,
DORM COUNCIL: Seated: Greg Rice, Dave Spencer. John Burnett. James Mason, president: Robert Hofman, Jerry
DiFillipantonio. Don Franks. Standing: Roland Blaisdell, Jeff Sowles, Gary Pascale.
The Men of Stevenson Hall
The Stevenson Hall Dorm Council was responsible
for instigating invitational open house for the dormi-
tories. They also provided the dorm with a ping pong
table and card playing rooms, and initiated a program
in which movies and guest speakers were brought
to the dorm.
The Stevenson intramural football team placed
second in the fall competition behind Kentucky.
Lakeside dormitory has been involved in liberaliz-
ing the open dorm policy on campus. They have suc-
ceeded in acquiring week-end open dorm privileges
along with the other two student residences.
The men of Lakeside have also sponsored a Christ-
mas party and a campus cook-out along the bank of
DORM COUNCIL: Row 1: Dave Ziegler, Doug York, president;
Dave Reel. Row 2: John Smith. Jeff Creasy, vice-president; Steve
Mattern, secretary; Martin Pepe.
RESIDENT ASSISTANTS: Dave Ziegler, Dave Sellwood, Pat Bar-
ker, head resident.
BOTTON: Linda Bachman. Teri Alidhani. Paulelle Boucher. Pete Emery, Joe Anderson, Mike Maslowski, Greg Rice, Debbie Thompson,
Mike Smith, |ane Bous, |ohn Schnabel, Chris Sutton, SEATED: Pam Miller, O. V. Sparks, Diane Longworth, Conrad Phillips, T. R. Carpenter,
Bob Friedman, Linda Lacevvell. Bob Hammesfahr, Mark Turner. TOP: Betly |o Dotson, Mary Butler.
The Union College Chapter
of the Buckaroo Club
Row 1: Barry Schneider. Tom Brown. Valerie Hicks. Row 2: Jerri Wood, Dick Wolanski, Mark McCarly, Barb Hofacker, Dave
Front: Pam Mullens, Mary Butler, Nancy Cleaver, Pam Miller. Back: Pat Sheridan, Debbie Sizemore. Carol Johnson, Ada Lee Cloud Valerie
Hicks, Paula Bodenstein, Paulette Boucher, Debbie Thomson.
Row 1: Gloria Hauck, Paula Callahan. Diane Taylor. Sharon Graves. Row 2: Mr. Walter Gunderson. Shane Nicholl, Pamelia Miller, David
Dielrickson, Mark McCarty, Mark Turner. Mark Fishburn, Rick Reeves. Roy Vigus. Bob Wilson. Row 3: Greg Rice, Tom Merlo. Charles Hale,
Mr. Leo Dontchos.
The Wind Ensemble performs two holiday concerts
annually. It is composed of music majors and other
instrumentalists. They perform orchestral arrange-
ments and popular music. The band is under the
direction of Mr. Leo Dontchos.
SEATED' Donnie Hammons, Gloria Hauck, Paula Callahan. Shane Nicholl. Tom Brown. Roy Vigus. Rick Reeves. STANDING: Greg Rice,
John Schnabel. Charles Hale. Tom Merlo. Pamelia Miller. David Dietrickson, Mark Fishburn, Mark McCarty, Mark Turner. Mr. Leo
The Stage Band, under the direction of Mr. Leo
Dontchos, plays for pre-game and halftime festivities
at home basketball games, and participates in the
winter and spring holiday concerts. The group's
repertoire ranges from jazz to popular rock music.
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MEMBERS: Debbie Hampton, Janice Yates. Becky Culp. Randlene
Teague. Carolyn Madigan. Alice Smalley, Adelaide Parsons, Robin
Stotz, John Schnabel, Chris Martin, Mark Heller, Cindy Kreis.
Mark Turner. Mark McCarty. Paul Dole. Darrell Miller. Chris
Hubbs, Charles Hale. Pete Emery. Vanessa Brown. Dave Spencer,
Rick Reeves. Chris Sutton. Nancy Oren, Glen Cotterell, Margaret
Choral Union is open to all students at Union Col-
lege. The group specializes in choral music, and
presents concerts for Christmas and Easier.
Row 1: Margaret Swafford. Becky Culp. Debbie Hampton. Cindy Kreis. Row 2: Cynthia Butts, Adalaide Parsons. Jo Ann Thomas. Becky
Heffelfinger, Nancy Oren. Row 3: Mark Turner, Mark McCarty, Chris Hubbs, Glen Cotterell, Charles Hale, Chris Sutton, Ron Benge.
The Concert Choir tours the Eastern United
States each year performing at schools and
churches. They serve as Union's musical good
will ambassadors to surrounding states.
Their choral repertoire ranges from baroque
to popular music.
Mr. William Campbell is the director.
OPPOSITE PAGE: David Dietrichson, Debbie Hampton. Chris
Hubbs, Margaret Swafford, O. V. Sparks, Becky Culp, Adelaide
Parsons, Ron Benge, Nancy Oren, Huey Hale.
Scrimshaw is a selected group of choral students
from the concert choir. The double quintet performs
arrangements from madrigals to popular music. They
tour with the concert choir.
OPPOSITE PAGE: Huey Hale, John Schnabel, Chad Cohenour,
Gregg Rice, Tom Merlo-.
The Percussion Ensemble is a select group of per-
cussionists which performs at recitals and concerts.
Their music varies from the experimental to
standard, classical and popular sound. The objective
of the ensemble is to acquaint people with the
Mark Turner. Mr. Waller Gunderson. Rick Reeves, Roy Vigus,
The Brass Quintet performs for recitals and chapel
services and tours with the concert choir. They play
chamber music and special brass arrangements.
"A Doll's House"
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Torvald Helmer Rick Cartwright
Nora, his wife Benny Broom
Dr. Rank Pete Emery
Christine Linde Anita Turpin
Ivar Whitney Green
Emmy Laurie Green
John Alex Dontchos
Anne, the nurse Joanne Thomas
Helen, the maid Cathy Turner
Porter Dr. Harry Zuger
CAST of CHARACTERS
Minstrel Ron Benge
Princess No. 12 Jan Fish
Wizard Anita Turpin
Lady Larken Debbie Hampton
Queen Aggravain Nancy Oren
Prince Dauntless Rick Cartwright
King Sextimus the Silent Steve Henthorne
Jester Tom Brown
Sir Studley Dan Bitzel
Sir Luce Chris Hubbs
First Knight Tom Radwanski
Second Knight Larry Savior
Third Knight ■ Huey Hale
Lady Rowena Cynthia Butts
Lady Merrill Paulette Boucher
Lady Lucile Margaret Swafford
Sir Harry Pete Emory
Kitchen Wench Cathy Turner
Lady Mabelle Carolyn Madigan
First Lady Carol Schulze
Second Lady Becky Heffelfinger
Third Lady Rebecca Culp
Princess Winifred Alice Smalley
The Drama department's production of the musical
extravaganza "Once Upon A Mattress" turned out to
be the most successful presentation ever staged at
Union College. The twenty-three member cast, cos-
tumed in a variety of colorful, Medievel apparel, per-
formed before capacity crowds every night.
The cast, under the direction of Mrs. Patricia Dont-
chos, dramatized the comical tale of the swamp prin-
cess who faced a scheming prospective mother-in-law
and her pea. The lilting musical score and chore-
ography made the comedy a delightful production.
of Gamma Rays
on M an-in-the-Moon
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Tillie Jan Fish
Beatrice -Anita Turpin
Ruth Carolyn Madigan
Nanny Benny Broom
Janice Vickery NikaHenthorn
"David and Lisa"
CAST OF CHARACTERS
David Tom Brown
Mother Connie Horn
Porter Beve Smith
Secretary Robin Janikowski
Dr. Alan Swinburn Rick Cartwright
Mrs. Ferris Cynthia Butts
Maureen Hart Jan Fish
Josette Becky Heffelfinger
Sandra Carolyn Madigan
Simon Pete Emery
Kate Jamey Payne
Lisa Debbie Hampton
Barbara Benny Broom
Robert Rick Wells
Ben Jim Nehill
John Tom Merlo
Mr. Clemens Leo Dontchos
Girl Becky Reed
Woman Cindy Chapman
First Boy Dave Burdick
Second Boy Charlie Dibble
Children Maria Specht
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0GOVE 0ND GOMPEHDVE.
Carlos Combs is alert to miscues of the opposition.
Wilson turns the corner on Thomas More.
Peebles' defensive efforts are in vain.
Grobmyer faces an anxious defender.
KNEELING: Claude Sherman, trainer; Grady Wilson, Carlos Combs, Carroll Yager. Elbert Deans, Jim Grobmyer, George Armbruster,
manager. STANDING: Assistant Coach Terry Mills, Bo Maybrier. Mike Doliboa. Bill Peebles, Steve Jones, James Walker, Jerry Owens, Gerry
Whitlow, Ken Moore, Head Coach Pete Moore.
The Bulldogs of 1973-74!
"You win some; you lose some."
Owens in the land of giants.
History may yet smile on the 1973-74 edition of
Union College basketball. They faced a grueling
schedule which Pete Moore would have done well to
abandon like an unwanted child on the doorstep of
an opposing coach. But like the men they were, mold-
ed into a respectable unit over months of practice
and battles on the court, they chose to play, win or
And that's what the game is all about. Winning;
that great element of every sport which coaches,
players, and fans all thrive for, only becomes mean-
ingful when it is tasted with defeat. Union's basket-
ball team showed us the plausible reality of defeat.
Some exciting ballgames, at that.
The late Harry S Truman requested before his
death that of all the eulogistic phrases to be inscribed
on his epitaph, he preferred the one that reads, "He
Did His Damndest."
History may yet smile on this year's team. They did
James Walker arches a shot against Cumberland.
Wilson brings it up court, hoping for two.
The team huddles around the Coach for time out instructior
The agony of
a losing season
Steve Jones waits for the ball.
Owens connects for one over Maurice Byrd.
Owens and Doliboa intimidate K-St.'s Albert Faniel.
Doliboa fires one against Ky. Wesleyan.
Front row, L-R: Head Coach Dan Davis, Jim Grobmeyer, Chris Pierce. Martin Pepe, Paul Assini. Jim Dare, Carroll Yager, Ed Stepp, Don
Hobbs, Assistant Don Looper. Back Row: Assistant Larry Presley, Steve Bass, Grady Wilson. Bill Swafford. Jerry Owens. Rich Hanson, Jeff
Shot-pulting Hobbs aims for a winner.
Stepp struts out ... as Owens descends on a record.
Swafford misses out on an attempt at 6-2.
[im Dare exhibits good triple-jumping form.
Track and Field
The 1972-73 edition of Union College's track and
field team was one of the most successful and ex-
citing in the school's history. Head Coach Dan Davis
assembled an outstanding group of athletes and pro-
duced a unit respected both in the K1AC and by
other opposing colleges.
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Rick Hanson eases into a shot-put attempt. Wilson warms up for the 440 yard relay.
Suddenly Steve Bass goes for the tape in Union's Homecoming Invitational win.
First row, L to R: ]ake Badorf. Ed Valentine. Jay Felz. Asst. Coach Back row: Head Coach Dave Cantrell, Steve Lange. Sheddan Sanguinetti
Fred Ley. Cindy Chapman.
Sanguinetti grins in the groove.
Although team victories were sparse, the Union
College tennis squad of 1972-73 left a memorable im-
pression on the courts. It produced the first female
athlete to participate in intercollegiate athletics at
Union. And along with some outstanding individual
performances, the team competed consistently for
A team that
left its mark
on Union . . .
with a flair.
Ley rallies for a save.
Cindy Chapman crosses up her opponent.
Valentine & Lange double up.
Felz prepares a powerful volley.
jammed inside, Badorf recovers.
Jake Badorf, Eric Musgrave. Ray Spahn, Mike Smith, Joe Emmeul. Pete McNall, Coach Don Calitri.
Ray Spahn prepares for a quick start.
The Union College Bullfrogs faced another year of
futility with their usual dosage of guts and determina-
tion. Forced to face swimming giants such as Centre,
Morehead State and West Virginia Tech, with a
seven-man squad, the Bullfrogs often come up on the
losing side. But they performed like professionals in
the truest sense of the word, accumulating perhaps
more practice hours than any other varisty squad.
Pete McNall takes the plung.
Badorf breezes in the backstroke.
Eric Musgrave goes for a blue ribbon in the butterfly.
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]im Marvin, a consistanl scorer, races in the freestyle.
Freshman diver Mike Smith cooly faces the competition.
Valentine and Miller rush at will.
Chuck Bollinger chases Billy Swaff ord.
Larry Presley found himself up and down.
Steve Jeffers scrambles for tough yardage in the championship game.
Knox County once again, dominated intramural
football, but not without some stiff competition from
Stevenson Hall, the Off-Campus No-Names, and
Lakeside's two squads.
In winning their third straight title, Knox County
demonstrated skills not only individually, but also as
a team destined for success.
Robb hall meets a Stevenson welcoming committee.
L-R: Shedden Sanguinetti, Jim Nehil. Sean Cavanaugh, Chuck Reich, John Burnette.
Cavanaugh follows through on a drive.
The Union College golf team headed into spring
competition armed with a strong field of candidates
hoping to capture KIAC and NAIA District 24 honors.
A group of seasoned veterans, led by Sean
Cavanaugh, the team's number one player, and some
promising newcomers concentrated on returning
Union to prominence in collegiate golf.
FRONT: Becky Reed. Diane Taylor. Chris Martin. Debbie Krusemark. Pam Griffith. BEHIND: Dawn Wilkin, Jackie Pendola.
Becky Reed powers a serve.
The girl's intercollegiate volleyball team, organized
for the second consistent year under the direction of
Mrs. Mildred Hacker, faced action against only one
team this season. But what the squad lacked in play-
ing time, they make up for in enthusiasm. Several
members of the team participate in additional ath-
letic activities, and their dedication to helping make
Union a true competitor in women's sports is highly
L-R: Dawn Wilken, Denise Robinson. Pamelia Miller, Margaret Swafford. Dee Kurtz, Pat Johnson, Janet Barnes.
Union College Cheerleaders
The Union College cheerleading squad, sporting
new orange and black uniforms, added a vivacious
touch at every home basketball game. Enlarging their
ranks to eight, and adding a male member, the cheer-
leaders succeeded in keeping the student body spirit
alive though the Bulldogs suffered a losing 1973
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Dr. Mahlon A. Miller
President of the College
Mr. Charles C. Saddler
Assistant to the President
Dr. Andrew R. Eickhoff
Dean of Faculty
Mr. Robert J. Clement
Dean of Students
Director of Student Financial Aid
Dr. lohnH. Boyd
Dean of Graduate School
Graduate Professor of Education
Mrs, Doris Mays
Dean of Women, Part-time Instructor
of Elementary Education
Dr. Erwin S. Bradley
Chairman of Division of Social Studies, Head of Department of
History and Political Science. Graduate Professor of History and
Dr. Lester C. Lindley
Associate Professor of Historv
Mr. William Sherman Oxendine
Associate Professor of History
Mr. Kevin G. McCullen
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Dr. Charles W Simms
Chairman of the Division of Education; Head of the Department
of Education; Graduate Professor of Education.
Miss Kathleen Moore
Part-lime Associate Professor of Education
Dr. Warren H. Robbins
Supervisor of Student Teaching. Professor of Education
Miss Gayle Miles
Associate Supervisor of Student Teaching. Assistant Professor of
Dr. Wendell B. Kringen
Associate Professor of Biology
Mr. Clevis D. Carter
Assistant Professor of Physical Science
Dr. Francis Cohenour
Associate Professor of Biology
Dr. Dale K. Myers
Acting Chairman, Division of Natural Sciences. Associate Professor
Dr. Lawrence R. Jankovics
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Dr. Thomas B. Burns
Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Physics
Dr. C. Santaram
Associate Professor of Mathematics and Physics
Dr. Roherl J. Simpson
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Dr. Harry Zuger
Head, Department of English; Professor of English
Dr. Frank E. Merchant
Graduate Professor of English
Dr. Gordon W. Marigold
Chairman Division of Languages; Head, Department of Modern
Languages; Professor of Modern Languages.
Mr. B. M. Stallcup
Associate Professor of English
Dr. Charlotte Radcliff Carter
Associate Professor of English
Mrs. Nga Hamilton
Instructor of French
Virginia B. Saddler
Assistant Librarian; Associate Professor of Library Science; Head
of Library Science Curriculum.
Mrs. Louise Farr
Reference Librarian. Assistant Professor of Library Science
Mr. James B. McFerrin
Head Librarian, Associate Professor of Library Science
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Head of the Department of Business; George Langford Memorial
Associate; Professor Business.
J. C. Newport
Assistant Professor of Business
Instructor of Business
Joe C. Hacker
Director of Data Processing Center; Assistant Professor of Business
Instructor of Physical Education
Paul S. Moore
Chairman. Division of Health & Physical Education; Director of
Athletics, Coach and Associate; Professor of Physical Education.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Women
Donald L. Calitri
Coach and Assistant Professor of Physical Education.
Dr. Robert D. Matthews
Chairman. Division of Religion and Philosophy; Head. Department
of Religion and Philosophy; Francis Landrum Memorial Professor
Dr. Royce Paul (ones
Associate Professor of Philosophy.-
Allen E. Green
Chairman, Division (if Fine Arts; Associate Professor of Music.
Assistant Professor of Music
Houston M. Price
Assistant Professor of Music
Instructor of Art
William W. Campbell
Instructor of Music
Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama
Leo E. Dontchos
Assistant Professor of Music
Part-time Instructor of Music
Mary Alice Lay
Assistant Professor of Home Economics
Dr. DerilK. Mays
Head Department of Behavioral Sciences. Asso-
ciate Professor of Psychology.
Dr. Robert D. Bryant
Associate Professor of Sociology. Coordinator of
Mr. i nomas isieudecker
Instructor of Social Work
Ms. Barbara Jean Lewis
Instructor of Social Work
Mr. James Cox
Instructor of Social Work
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Mr. Julian Mosley
Director of Appalachian Semester; Assistant professor
Ms. Kathie Pease
Instrucotr of Sociology
Mr. Mead J.Childs
Instructor of Psychology
Laws S. Parks
i-president for Business Affairs
Boyd R. Todd
Clerk in Post Office
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Edward H. Black
Director of Student Center; Director of Career
Planning and Placement.
Director of Admissions
Milton H. Townsend
Vice-president of College Relations and
Coordinator of Student Financial Aid
Marshall B. Potter
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds
Catherine F. Singer
Miss Frances Patridge
Director of Student Activities; Associate Director of Student
Center; Associate Prof, of Physical Education for Women
Mr. Bruce Presnel
Assistant Director of Data Processing
Miss Denise Cope
Miss Mildred E. Maggard
Student Loan Officer
Mr. James C. Nelson
Development Officer and Director of Public
Mrs. Bobbie Burgess
Clerk in Bookstore
Mr. Clarence Chadwel
Bookkeeper and Assistant Treasurer
Mr. Richard Timms
Director of Food Services
Mrs. Lucille Robbins
Mr. Ken Osman
Mrs. Sharon Parker
Clerk-Typist in Development
Mrs. Mabel Jane Presnell
Clerk-Typist in Development
Mrs. Opal Tye
Clerk-Typist in Registar's Office
Mrs. Nola Williams
Assistant to the Bookkeeper
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Miss Billie June Brown
rk-Typist In Development and Public Informa-
Mrs. Sue Carr
Secretary to the President
Mr, Willard Sprinkles
Mr. Eugene Branstutler
Assistant Superintendent of Buildings and
Mrs. Carole Presley
Secretary to the Dean
of Faculty and Dean ol
Mrs. Elizabeth Harris
Secretary in Department of Social
Mrs. Betty Greer
Clerk-Typist in Office of Stu-
Mrs. Doris |ean Miller
Clerk-Typist in College Library
Mr. Don Looper
Night Manager of Student Cente
Mrs. Nona Owens
Dormitory Counselor. Pfeiffer Hall
Mrs. Phyllis Hubbard
Secretary in Alumni Office
Mrs. Janice Poff
Secretary to the Director of the Student
Mrs. Lorelta Cowan
Secretary in Office of Colle
Miss Pamela Fulks
Residence I iall Counselor
Mrs. Patty Ann Lawson
Secretary in Business Office
Mrs. Gladys Harrell
Secretary to Vice President for Business Affairs
Mrs. |oan Kringen
Clerk-typist to the Administration
Mrs. Freda New
Secretary in the Office of Student Affaii
Barbourville All-Stars vs Ail-American Red Heads
The Union College gymnasium was the center of
pandemonium when the Ail-American Red Heads
appeared to compete against the Barbourville All-
Stars on December 3, 1973. The internationally-
famous all-girl team was brought to Union by Mu
The "weaker" sex emerged victorious in the bas-
ketball battle of the sexes. Their local opposition
consisted primarily of Union College faculty mem-
bers who sought to test their talents on the hard-
wood. They discovered instead that the classroom
life was a safer and more viable pastime.
WE, TflE PEOPLE.
FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS: Wayne Triplet!, treasurer; Ken Goliver, vice-
president; Peggy Chandler, secretary; Dave Reel, president.
Franklin Square, N.Y.
N. Tonawanda. N.Y.
Ft. Hamilton, N.Y.
Moore's Hill. Ind.
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Pennington Gap. Va.
Old Forge, N.Y.
N. Shrewsburg, N.Y.
Cedar Grove, N.|
Claude C. Sherman
East Orange, N.J.
Debbie A. Smith
Dan O. Sullivan
|ames D. Walker
Hasbrouck Hgts.. N.J.
Carney's Point, N.|.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: L-R: Cynthia Butts, president; Ray Spahn.
vice-president: Maria Specht. secretary; Judy Woolum. treasurer.
Little Ferry, N.J.
Rae A. Baker
West Sand Lake. N.Y.
Mt. Vernon. N.Y.
Mary H. Engle
Glen Mills, Penn.
South Haven, Mich.
Billie Jo Kelly
Joyce Ann Martin
Rahman Ghadimi Navii
Park Ridge, N.J.
)ohn Smith III
Nazam N. Tafreshi
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Huey Hale, treasurer; Barb Hofacker, vice-president; Chris Pietrandrea, secretary; Mark
St. Bernard, Ohio
Falls Church, Va
Charles Hale II
|ana Kay Gambrel
Nguyen Ngoc Lan
Gates Mills, Ohio
Flat Lick, Ky.
O, V. Sparks
Carol J. Moradshahi
Jo Ann Moore
Kendall Park, N.J.
Ali Akbar Moradshadi
Linda O. Turner
Myra A. Wright
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Karen Inkster. secretary; Pat Barker,
president; Dave Sellwood, treasurer; Doug York, vice-president.
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Psychology & Business
Biology & Chemistry
Michael L. Broom
River Edge, N.J.
Flat t.ick. Ky.
Paul A. Coffee Jr.
Rose Hill, Va.
Political Science &
Thomas O. Dotey
Business Education &
Fair Lawn, N.J.
Business Administration &
Physical Education & Health
Physical Education & Health
Stephen B. Jackson
Mary A. Johnson
Grosse Pointe, Mich.
Sandra K. Lewis
Wallins Creek, Ky.
siness & Physical Education
George R. McDade
Psychology & Physical
Biology & Mathematics
Forked River, N.J.
Home Economics & French
Glen Rock. N.J.
Charles A. Reich
Huntington Valley, Pa.
Diana E. Rice
Home Economics &
Nantucket Island. Mass.
Physical Education & Health
French & German
Annie Mae Smith
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Rebecca Tye Quentmeyer
JUDITH APPLETON — Home Economics Club, sec-
JOHN BADORF — Tennis team, Swim team
THOMAS BAILEY — Mu Omega Beta
DIANE BARGO — Pom Poms
CHARLES BARKER — Alpha Phi Omega
LINDA LOUISE BARNETT -- Orange and Black,
Miss Cumberland Falls representative
JOHN W. BIANCHI — Analytical Chemistry award,
Science Society, secretary/treasurer, Gamma Beta
DAVID RUSSELL BIRD — Delta Delta Upsilon, presi-
dent; Student Senate, Dorm Council, STESPEAN
ROLAND FISHER BLAISDELL, JR. - Circle K,
SNEA, president; Dorm Council, president; Steven-
son Hall Head Resident, Chorus, SNEA award
CAROL H. BLACK — Gamma Beta Phi
CHARLES D. BOLLINGER — Student Senate. Intra-
ROBERT DEAN BROOKS — Student Senate, Student
Center Board, president, vice-president; STESPEAN,
Orientation Committee, MAZE, Admissions Com-
mittee, Vice-president of Freshman class, Sampson
Political Science award
MICHAEL LOUIS BROOM — President of Freshman
class, Gamma Beta Phi, SNEA, president, vice-presi-
dent; Pi Upsilon Beta, president; Science Society,
KATHLEEN REBECCA BRZOSKA — Pom Poms,
Gamma Beta Phi, Judicial Council, Alpha Phi Omega
Queen, Homecoming Queen Candidate
DAVID E, BURDICK — SNEA, Pi Upsilon Beta, sec-
SALLIE WINKLER CANTRELL — Gamma Beta Phi,
PAUL A. COFFEE, JR. — Stevenson Hall Council,
Student Senate, Golf team
DENISE COPE -- Pep Club, CWENS, Home Eco-
nomics Club, president: Resident Counselor of Tye
House, Admissions Counselor, Who's Who in Ameri-
can Universities and Colleges
PAUL DANA DOLE — Mu Omega Beta, president,
THOMAS O. DOTY — Gamma Beta Phi, SNEA, presi-
dent, secretary, treasurer; Student Center Board,
Senior Assistant in Education Department, Who's
Who Among Students in American Universities and
DOROTHY GENE ELAM — Girls Service Sorority,
Student Center Board, treasurer; Student Senate,
Gamma Beta Phi, secretary; CWENS, John Henry
Wilson award. Iota Sigma Nu Sophomore award,
Who's Who Among Students in American Universi-
ties and Colleges
JAMES RUSSELL FARMER — Gamma Beta Phi
DONALD F. FRANKS — Stevenson Hall Dorm Coun-
PAMELA LEE FULKS — Girls Service Sorority, AWS
LAWRENCE GUGENHEIM — Mu Omega Beta, trea-
MARILYN H. HACKER — Gamma Beta Phi
MARGARET K. HARRIS — Gamma Beta Phi, Beta
Chi Alpha, Cheerleader, CWENS, Pom Poms, Home-
coming Queen Candidate, Lakeside Dorm Queen
RUTH E. HARRIS -- CWENS, Gamma Beta Phi,
REBECCA ANN HEFFELFINGER — United Metho-
dist Student Movement, secretary; Raiderettes,
Homecoming candidate, Chorus, Girls Service Soror-
ity, AWS, SNEA, treasurer
JERRY WAYNE HENSLEY — Mu Omega Beta
DONALD HOBBS — Track team, Circle K
CONNIE SUE HORN ■ Girls Service Sorority,
Gamma Beta Phi, treasurer, vice-president; Cecil H.
Wilson Junior award, Analytical Chemistry award.
CWENS, Who's Who Among Students in American
Universities and Colleges
CHRISTOPHER A. HUBBS — Choir, vice-president;
President of Sophomore Class, Vice-president of
Junior Class, Phi Mu Alpha, Student Center Board,
CHARLES E. IEPSON, III — Intramurals, Mu Omega
Beta, Pi Epsilon Alpha
KAREN LEE INKSTER — Treasurer of Freshman,
Sophomore, Junior Class, Secretary of Senior Class,
Beta Chi Alpha, President; Homecoming Queen Can-
didate. Girls Volleyball team. Gamma Beta Phi, Pi
Epsilon Alpha, A.W.S., Thomas Storrar Award
STEPHEN BENNETT JACKSON — MAZE, president;
STESPEAN, photographer; Orange and Black, Delta
Delta Upsilon, Graz, Austria program
SIDNEY JONES — Delta Delta Upsilon
CLARENCE E. LEONARD, JR. — Cross Country team,
intramurals, Mu Omega Beta, U Club
SANDRA KAY LEWIS — Home Economics Club
FRANCES M. LEY — Circle K Queen, Bridge Club,
Home Economics Club, SNEA
FREDRICK W. LEY — Circle K, Dorm Council, Judi-
cial Board, Student Senate, Bridge Club, Intramurals,
Track, Tennis, Swim team
DONNIE R. LOOPER — Basketball Manager, Track,
Gym Supervisor, Phi Epsilon, president; Summer
Admission's Counselor, Circle K, treasurer, presi-
dent; Orientation Committee, Gamma Beta Phi, Stu-
dent Center, night -manager; Intramurals, Secretary
of Junior class
JOHN ROBERT LORIMER — Swim team, Student
Senate, Circle K
MARTHA LUFF — Student Senate, Student Center
GEORGE ROBERT McDADE — Orange and Black,
sports editor; Pep Club, Union College Republicans,
president; Pi Epsilon Alpha
JAMES ROBERT MASON — Phi Upsilon Beta, presi-
dent; Chorus, Judicial Council, Stevenson Hall Dorm
Council, president; STESPEAN, S.N.E.A.
TIMOTHY MAZOBERE — Black Student Association,
JIMMY COLE MIDDLETON -- Senior Assistant in
Physical Education, ALCOR. Student Senate, vice-
president; Student Center Board, Orientation Com-
mittee, Publication Committee, Iota Sigma Nu, Gam-
ma Beta Phi, Who's Who Among Students in American
Universities and Colleges
RICHARD MILLER — Circle K
WANDA FAYE MORGAN — Home Economics Club,
president, historian; Circle K Sweetheart. Gamma
VIRGINIA RUTH MURSCOE — Gamma Beta Phi.
CWENS, Home Economics Club. Bridge Club
ERIC MUSGRAVE — Swim team
CATHY ANITA NOE -- Pom Pom's, Orange and
Black, Phi Epsilon Alpha
WILLIAM S. OXENDINE, JR. - - Student Senate,
president, treasurer; Student Center Board, Judical
Council, Alpha Phi Omega. Administrative Com-
JACQUELINE PENDOLA -- A.W.S.. Girls Service
Sorority, Pi Epsilon Alpha, Judicial Board, Pep Club,
Gamma Beta Phi, Volleyball team
DONALD J. PIPO — STESPEAN, business manager,
photographer, darkroom technician; Delta Delta Up-
JOHN PADLASKOWICH — Phi Upsilon Beta, Ameri-
can Chemical Societv. Science Club
ANNETTE REED — Miss Union, STESPEAN, editor;
Gamma Beta Phi, president; Beta Chi Alpha, secre-
tary; Sigma Tau Delta, vice-president; Thursday
Club, CWENS, secretary; alumni advisor; Student
Senate, Theta Pi Delta, committee chairman; Publi-
cations Committee. Academic Policy Committee,
Theta Pi Delta award, Who's Who Among Students in
American Universities and Colleges, National Stu-
dent Register, Who's Who Among American Student
Leaders, Pep Club Queen, Lakeside Dorm Queen,
Stevenson Dorm Queen, Homecoming Queen Candi-
date, Union Representative to Miss Cumberland
Falls pageant, Miss Congeniality, runner-up; Union
Representative to Miss Southeastern Kentucky
pageant. Miss Congeniality
REBECCA LEA REED — Girl's Service Sorority, pres-
ident; Girl's Volleyball team, Phi Epsilon Alpha, sec-
retary; Kathv Brick swim meet. Intramurals,
CHARLES ALBERT REICH — Golf team, All Confer-
ence team, Circle K. Intramurals
DIANA RICE — Gamma Beta Phi, Pom Poms
WILMA E. ROACH BALDRIDGE — Gamma Beta Phi.
Cheerleader, Black Student Movement
SHEDDEN SANGUINETTI - - Tennis. Golf team.
JOHN F. SCHNABEL — STESPEAN. assistant editor;
MAZE. Stage band. Concert band, Chorus, S.N.E.A.
DOUGLAS W. SCHUTTE — Student Center Board,
president; Science Society
DAVID GEORGE SELLWOOD — Treasurer of Senior
class. Pi Epsilon Alpha, president; Resident counse-
lor, Mu Omega Beta, vice-president; Student Center
Board, Lakeside Dorm Council, secretary; Intra-
DAVID CLARK SIMPSON - - Cosmopolitan club,
ALICE ANNE SMALLEY — Cheerleader, Playlikers,
president; Iota Mu Gamma, A.W.S.. Alpha Phi Omega
JAMES SMITH — Intramurals
DAVID RICHARD SPENCER — Circle K, Chaplain;
Stevenson Hall Dorm Council, Chorus
LOIS JEAN SPENCER — Gamma Beta Phi
NANCY JANE SPRING — A.W.S.. Beta Chi Alpha,
treasurer; Mu Omega Beta Queen, S.N.E.A.
TOM B. TOLLEFSEN — Thursday Club, president;
Sigma Tau Delta, president; Delta Delta Upsilon
REBECCA ANN TYE — Gamma Beta Phi
EDWARD VALENTINE — Circle K, Dorm Council,
president; Tennis team
MARY BETTY WHITE — Girl's Service Sorority
ROBERT D. WILSON — Stage band, Concert band.
Stevenson Dorm Council, president; Pi Upsilon Beta,
president; Wrestling team, S.N.E.A., president
DEBORAH WOLFE -- Choir, S.N.E.A., secretary-
Girl's Service Sorority, recording secretary; Pep club,
vice-president; Community Service Aid
JAMES DOUGLAS YORK - - Drama Club, choir.
Men's Glee club. Circle K, secretary; Christian voca-
tion club, treasurer; Newspaper staff, co-editor;
STESPEAN, Student Senate. United Methodist Stu-
dent Movement, president; Orientation Committee,
chairman; Student Center Board, S.N.E.A., Alpha Phi
Omega, Intramural volleyball, softball, Vice-presi-
dent of Senior class, Phi Theta Kappa, Lakeside Dorm
Council, president; Cheerleader
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Cohenour, Chad 60,88,89,146
Collins, David 82
Colon, Angelo 57,80,133
Combs, Carlos 97
Combs, Sandra Kay
Cope, Denise 46,70,153
Cotterell, Glenn 75,80,81,86
Creasy, Jefferey 62,80,81,140
Culp, Rebecca 75,80,86,133
Cumming, Carolyn 133
Dabbagh, Mostafa 133
Dabbagh, Mortaza 140
Davenport, James 146
Deans, Elbert 81 ,97,133
Depp, Kay 65
Detherage, Marsha 153
Dey, Elaine 93
DiFilippantonio, Gerald 62,78,79,107,140
Dibble, Charles 54,74,93,140
Didchenko, Elizabeth 140
Deitrichson, David 84,89,133
Dobo, Donna 54,57,77,133
Doerwald, Gregory C.
Dole, Paul 64,86,153
Doliboa, Michael 97,99,140
Doolin, Debra 140
Dotson, Betty 82,134
Doty, Brenda 146
Doty, Thomas 46,56,1 53
Elam, Dorothy 52,53,54,56,47,48,57,153
Elliott, Leonard 64,80,146
Emery, Harold 66,82,79,86,90,93,146
Emmons, Kevin 67,81
Engle, Mary 140
Evans, Geofrey 54
Farmer, James 54, 1 53
Fatchis, Nosnat 140
Feiple, Martin 146
Firth, William 61,146
Fish, Janet 56,68,92,93,77,146
Fishburn, Mark 75,84,134
Fisher, Norman 81,134
France, Patricia 134
Franks, Barbara 74,75,77,147
Franks, Donald 78,79,107,153
Friedman, Robert 52,54,82,140
Fulks, Pamela 68,153
Fultz, Charles 67,81,134
Gambrel, Jana 44,54,147
Garland, Elizabeth 140
Gensler, Denise 54,65,76,77,147
Ghadimi, Rahman 141
Goins, Jackie 55
Goliver, Ken 62,132,134,93,80
Grande, Dennis 154
Graves, Sharon 74,75,55,84,140
Gray, Gail 77,134
Greer, DeRhonda 53
Gregory, Patrick 154
Griffeth, Janis 54,72
Griffth, Pamela 54,68,71,109
Grobmyer, James 97
Gross, Judy 68
Gugenheim, Lawrence 64,154
Hacker, Marilyn 1 54
Hale, Charles 50,62,84,88,87,86,89,144,147
Hale, Myrlyn 54,65,76,140
Hall, Robert 58,64,72,147
Hallstead, Milty 66
Hammell, Edward 62,79,134
Hammesfahr, Robert 82,147,79
Hamton, Betty 147
Hampton, Debra 77,86,87,89,140
Harbison, Susan 57,50,68,134
Harpster, Carl 85,134
Harris, Kathy 1 54
Harris, Ruth 53,154
Hauck, Gloria 68,84,143
Heffelfinger, Rebecca 68,73,77,88,93,154
Heller, Mark 64,81,86,134
Hicks, Stephen 155
Hicks, Valerie 73,82,134
Hobbs, Donald 62,79,100,155
Hofacker, Barbara 52,144
Hofman, Robert 66,78,79,82,107,140
Horn, Connie 47,54,68,92,155
Hoy, Pamela 1 55
Hubbard, Sandra 147
Hubbs, Christopher 48,86,89,155
Humes, Andrew 80,147
Hunter, David 54,81,85,134
Hutchinson, Robert 155
Ibold, Diane 51,52,68,77,73,134
Iepson, Charles 64,71,155
Inkster, Karen 54,71,150,155,65
Jackson, Stephen 51,60,155
Jahansouz, Abdolai 137
Jamkowski, Robin 135,93
Jarvis, Hobart 135
Johnson, Carol 77,135
Johnson, Mary 156
Johnson, Patricia 71,110
Johnson, Shirley 147
Jones, Joyce 77
Jones, Kathy 147
Jones, Phyllis 147
Jones, Sedney 61,156
Jones, Steven 97,98,135
Jones, Teddie 54,135
Jurgens, Susan 75,77,135
Kane, Barbara 54,65,73,77,135
Kelly, Billie Jo 54,140
Kerzner, Robert 140
Kidd, William 54
Kreis, Cynthia 77,86,87,147
Krusemark, Deborah 68,77,109,141
Kurtz, Dolores 65,110,135
Lacewell, Lynda 82
Laine, Bruce 135
Lan Nguyen Ngoc 80,147
Lawhon, Thomas Byrd 156
Lehman, Mary 52
Leonard, Clarence 156
Lewis, Sandra 68,70,156
Ley, Frances 1 56
Ley, Frederick 102,156
Longworth, Diane 52,77,82
Looper, Donnie 54,62,57,156
Lorimer, John 156
Luff, Martha 77,93,1 57
Lyle, Lorraine 50,73,75,135
Lynch, Todd 80,135
Madigan, Carolyn 68,73,86,93,135
Majors, Gerald 54
Marsden, Stewart 135
Marsteller, Margaret 41,135
Martin, Christine 56,68,109,147
Martin, Joyce 141
Marvin, James 59,83,147
Maslowski, Michael 82
Mason, James R. 51,66,72,78,79,107,157
Mattern, Stephen 66,77,80,135
Mathews. Beverly 147
Maxvitat, John 67
Maybner, Harvey 97,135
Mazobere, Timothy 157
McCarty, Mark 84,86,87,88,89,147
McDade, George 157
McDade, Sue 135
McDonald, Sherry 76,135
McFerrin, Robert 141
McVey, Betty Sue
Mead, Betty 70
Melton, Deborah 147
Merlo, Thomas 60,84,88,89,93
Middleton, Jimmy 52,53,56,1 57
Millan, Robert 147
Miller, Darrel 59,86,147
Miller, Katherine 54,55,147
Miller, Marianne 77
Miller. Pamela 77,82,135
Miller, Pamelia 54,65,84,110,135
Miller, Richard 62,157
Miller, Robert 79
Mills, Diana 157
Mills, Lorri 54
Mills, Ronnie 72,136
Mills, Sharon Kay 141
Mobley, David 51,58,148
Moore, Beverly 157
Moore, Charlotte 1 58
Moore, Jo Ann 59,148
Moore, Kenneth 36,56,57,97
Moore, Leroy 54,75,80,136
Moradshaigmi, Akbar 54,148
Moradshaigmi, Carol Jean 54,148
Mullins. Pamela 77
Murphy, Reva Mills
Murscoe, Virginia 158
Musgrave, Eric 71,104,158
Napier, Mary 71
Napier, Michael 54,80,136
Nehil, James 62,71,79,148,93
Newport, James 136
Nickell, Wendle 84,136
Oren, Nancy 87,91,89
Owens, Jerry 97,99,100,141
Oxendine, Sherman 48,52,57,158
Parsons, Adelaide 86,87,89,136
Pascale, Gary 62,79,88,107,141
Payne, Jamey 68,70,93
Pebbles, WQliam 79,97,135
Peloso, Dennis 71
Pendola, Jackie 68,71,109,158
Pepe, Martin 66,80,81
Petroneh, Robert 67
Phillips, Barbara 136
Phillips, Conrad 66,82,141
Pierce, Christopher 141
Pietrandrea, Christin 144,148
Pipo, Don 50,61,158
Presley, Larry 62
Presnell, Bruce 63
Presnell, Janie 54
Quentmyer, Rebecca 161
Radwanski, Tom 64,187
Raich, Charles 79
Rainey, Thomas 79,141
Ramsey, Tyrone 159
Reaves, Richard 62,84,86,88,135
Reed, Annette 34,43,46,48,51,52,54,65,159
Reel, Dave 52,75,80,81,132,136
Reed, Rebecca 68,71,93, 109,159
Reich, Charles 62,159
Rice, Diana 54,76,159
Rice, Gregg 67,79,78,82,84,89,88,107,141
Roark, Cathie 159
Roberts, Robert 80,141
Robinson, Denise 110,148
Royston, Vicki 148
Ruggles, Renee 54,148
Sanguinetti, Shedden 62,102,159
Schneider, Barry 82
Schnabel, John 159,48,51,82,88
Schulze, Carol 77,141
Schutte, Douglas 56,160
Schutte, Patrice 72
Sell, Bradley 56,79,148
Sellwood, David 64,71,80,150,160
Sexton, Phyllis 141
Sexton, Sharlene 141
Sharp, Linda 65,77,141
Shepherd, Lawrence 67
Sheridan, Patricia 72,77,142
Sherman, Claud 79,97,136
Sherman, Stephen 160
Simpson, David 160
Sizemore, Debra 148
Slominsky, Lynn 58,68,142
Smalley, Alice 48,77,86,91.160
Smith, Annie 160
Smith, Beve 93,142
Smith, Cledia 142
Smith, Debra 77,156
Smith, Douglas 54,148
Smith, James C. 160
Smith, John 59,80,142
Smith, Marilyn 136
Smith, Michael 79,82,108,136
Snodgrass, Glenda 77,136
Soper, Richard 142
Sowles, Jeffrey 78,81,127,148
Spahn, Paymons 57,104,138,142
Sparks, Otis Vernon 58,82,148
Specht, Maria 55,65,74,75,76,93,138,142
Spencer, David 62,78,79,86,160
Spencer, Lois 161
Spring, Nancy 40,65,77,161
Stacy, Judy 136
Staggs, Jacqueline 51,77,136
Stewart, Doris 54,55,148
Storms, Donald 66,136
Stotz, Robin 42,68,86
Sullivan, Dan 136
Sutton, Alan 50,62,80,133
Sutton, Christopher 82,86,87
Swafford, Billy 62
Swafford, Margaret 86,87.89,1 10
Tafreshijnezan, Nassir 143
Tall, Roberta 75
Taylor, Diane 77,84,109
Teague, Randlene 38,68,86
Thomas, Joanne 68,73,87,138
Thompson. Debrah 82,143
Thompson, James 75,87, 1 38
Throckmorton, Donna 137
Todd, Rita 76
Tollesfsen, Thomas 161
Tnplett, Wayne 54,75,88,132,137
Turner, Cathy 69,73,77,93
Turner, Mark 52,144,82,84,89
Turpin, Anita 54,56,90,92,143
Valentine, Carolyn 161
Valentine, Edward 62,103,102,161
Vertino, Anthony 52,66,79,137
Vinyard, Donald 80,137
Vigus, Roy 84,89
Walker, James Daniel 97,98, 1 37
Walker, Nancy 54,70
Wallace, Mayme 36,48,52,70
Weisbrod, John 64,81,137
Wells, Richard 74,75,80,93
Whitlow, Gerald 97
Wilbraham. Robert 80,137
Wilkin, Dawn 68,71,77,109,110,143
Wilson, Grady 97,98,101
Wilson, Jimmy 66,79,143
Wilson, Robert 84,161
Wilson, Virginia 77,137
Witt, Lilhe Lavonne 77
Wolanski, Richard 82
Wolfe, Deborah 68,77,161
Wolfe, Evelyn 55,143
Wood, Geraldine 82,137
Woolum, Debra 76,137
Woolum, Judy 43,54,65,72,138,143
Wright, Myra 54.68,70,77
Yager, Carroll 97
Yates, Janice 54,86.138
York, James 50,56,150,161,80,67
Ziegler, David 62,80,81,143
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