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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 

ENDONSKD BV 

JOHN SPRUNT HILL 

CLASS OF 1889 




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The University of Nortfi Carolina 

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©Copyright 1979 by Chrisann Ohier 

Library of Congress 

Catalog Card Number 13-17244 



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covered by the copyrights hereon may be 

reproduced or used in any form or by any means 

without written permission of the editor and the 

individual author, photographer, or artist. Inquiries 

should be addressed to Chrisann OhIer, Box 5077 

Warren Wilson College, Swannanoa, North Carolina 

28778. 
PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



Published in 1979 by Hunter Publisliing 

Company 

2475 South Stratford Road 

Winston- Salem. North Carolina 27103 






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celebrations 19 




kinetic energy 259 




I iiiubiyius 331 




pastimes 95 




etcetera 467 




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honoraria 479 





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Letter to a 
Friend 

and I think, thoTjgh I'm not sure, that 
the writing is more rat-tat-tat, more 
metallic when I type. Like nickels 
dropping into a slot. Or brittle, 
perhaps; yes, hrittle, that's it. What's 
more boring than someone* trying to he 
witty? But does not this beginning in 
mecllas res heighten the immediacy? 
Say yes, oh yes. Do these questions, 
rhetorical or not, make you feel more 
involved in this letter? I certainly hope 
so. That is what we strive for, 
involvement. Be my friend and go with 
my flow; maybe what I really want to 
tell you will seep out. 

At least 3rou are being spared the 
sight of my handwriting, the imitations 
and alterations which make up my 
lovely hand, being shot to hell. For 
since grammar school have I copied 
teachers' handwritings, the ones with 
interesting styles. Who had style? 
Virginia Copehhaver (and she was left- 
handed), Jane Lashmit, Lillian Foil 
(left-handed, too, who made her capital 
Ls Uke printed ones, two lean slashes). 
Is it true that left-handed people are 
smarter? There were others. But 
enough. By seventh grade I could have 
signed haU passes and gotten away 
with it. The styles, the women are so 
stirred in my ink that even I caji't 
separate them. They run into a scrawl, 
clumpy, without distinction, with no 
character at all. 



Next to fresh strawberries and cream I can 
thirik: of nothing more extravagant than India 
ink, a quill pen, and thick sheets of ivoiy one- 
hundred-percent rag. Think of the angular, 
slanting hand of Rebecca in DuMaurier's 
novel, of the tall, sloping R of her signature 
which dwarfs the other letters. If I had my 
pen I would sign her name for you now. But 
this black type is all right against the white, 
isn't it? The contrast is nice, don't you think? 
And by all means let us have contrast, let us 
have contrast. Individuality, eccentricity. Be a 
character rather than tiy to be one. When I'm 
eighty-five I hope I run, wear red sneakers, 
and yeU when I want to. 

At the sound of the tone the time will be 
one thirty-seven and one-half du matin. There 
is something about scattering French 
expressions through a letter which lends a 
certain je ae sals quo! to the language, n'est- 
ce IMS? I knew you would agree. We could be 
celestial sisters I have no doubt, no doubt at 
all. I'm waiting for my body temperature to 
drop to its lowest point. It happens, you know, 
aroim.d foiir in the a.m. I read that 
somewhere, probably in Family Weekly. 
What you are doing at this very moment I 
have no idea. At home, sleeping in your own 
bed, your belly warm and full with your 
mother's good food? Or stUl awake, talking 
with Ijlias, your best-friend-since-the-flrst- 
grade whom you hadn't seen since the 
semester began? Waiting for your own body 
temperature to drop? Were those flowers you 
were carrying to the bus station for her? The 
flowers that you waved to me as I yeUed, 
threw up my hand, coasted by on my bike 
what a simple coincidence don't let me fool 
you. Whether or not I will send this to you is, 
or course, problematic. That word, 
problematic, is said by Victor Lazlo (Paul 
Henreid) to Captain Renault (Claude Rains) 
in Casablanca. Have you seen that 
masterwork of the American cinema? Come, 
come, you must have. At the free flicks? On 
channel 5? Much of my vocabulary I leam 
from films and plays. From Batman I learned 
what "dynamic duo" means. You laugh, no? 
Ah weU . . . 

Now I bet you're wondering how many lines 
of this op-us I have stolen from plays, from 
movies, from the back of the Shredded Wheat 
box: Don't worry: I plagiarize myself as well. I 
am not discriminating. No doubt majiy of 



these lines have appeared or will appear in 
slightly different form in other letters. And 
why not? I get a good Une, I stick with it. The 
common alternative to aji original mind and 
even that is a quotation. String enough of 
them together with "and," "but," "indeed," and 
"moreover" and my wit woiild seem to 
shimmer all the time. Add gestures culled 
from countless sources and we would have a 
tour de force, a tour de force — while I, my 
dear, am forced to tour. (I thank you, Mrs. 
Patrick Campbell.) Do let us read together 
some evening. A play would be nice, or some 
piece we could take turns reading. Does "we" 
soim.d too much like a team? "When did we 
start being a team?" you co\ild ask, but please 
don't. May I stay? 






Roimd two: Thank you for calling 
me last night. Actioally, I had tried to 
call you manymany times from 
about 9:15 to maybe after 10;001 (oh 
shit) to ask if you wanted to go out, 
get coffee, a beer, cream soda, 
anything. I wasn't thirsty at all. I 
wanted to see you, talk to you, listen 
to you talk and needed it so badly 
that even though you mdght say no I 
was wUllng to risk it. I have no 
friend like you and can you tell the 
ribbon is dying, just a minute, 
please. . .yes, and of course you don't 
mind this nylon cartridge, do you, 
since it is all I have left even though 
the film ribbon "prints with 
unmatched sharpness and clarity?" 
Good girl. Take one butterfly twirl. 
Yes you may. And to get back to the 
mainline, anger and anguish were 
seething In me and let's put in a 
word for hurt feelings and a broken 
heart. (Authentic anguish? I'm not 
sure; I had the feeling I could have 
turned it off at will but perhaps such 
control comes from years of being 
the daughter who doesn't ciy at 
eveiy sad commercial.) I can't stand 
it, I can't stand the histrionics the 
girl displays there's nothing quite as 
good as feeling sorry for yoiirself oh 
yes, she is onto herself and please no 
cracks that that is the problem, that 
I need someone else onto me, on top 
of me, for although you think of me 
as a loaded libido I am no beast even 
though I do many times follow my 
instincts, for I trust them, otherwise 
I would not be writing this now. 
(You may draw one breath, deeply, 
from the diaphragm.) The Power and 
the Passion, yes. But friendship — 
imdlluted, deeply felt — will probably 
mean more to me in the long and 
short run. In fact I know it will. And 
so this is what I wanted to tell you 
last night but coiildn't: 

Two weeks ago, a Friday, I'm 
sitting in the Rt behind a cardtable, 
selling food for the imagination 
while beside me a group of cupcakes 
are selling cupcakes to finance some 
worthy midwinter beach trip, and 
I'm selling more copies of that damn 
arts journal than anyone has before 
me, you can check the record (for 
you see I am competitive, too; did 
you know it?). 



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A guy named Russell was supposed to 
relieve me at one o'clock but he's late and 
even though my racquetball court 
reservation began fifteen minutes ago and 
racquetball court reservations are impossible 
to get (Ever play by yourself, singing? 
Gregorian chants echo nicely.), I don't care 
because today she is on campus (A special 
committee meeting? faculty meeting? The 
why doesn't concern me, is unimportant.) 
and I might climb the seven flights to her 
studio to see her. But before I do and as I'm 
pulling one smooth bUl from the palm of 
another sucker, here she comes across the 
brick, accompanied by your friend Miss 
Porter who has since left for regions 
■unknown in some 13th-Street loft in NYC 
ideal for gallery, studio, or workshop and 
whom I never really knew and may never 
see again and too late now I'm realizing my 
loss. But the point is that here she is 
coming, whom I haven't seen or spoken to 
since that Wednesday last May of my final 
life-drawing critique, the morning when I 
was about to leave this place for summer 
sand in my shoes. Then, between swallows of 
apple juice, she had told me that my 
drawings were good, especially the gestures 



and contours, that she Liked my enthusiasm, 
that I had earned her respect and affection. 
There is nothing I would rather earn. Her 
"good" means more to me than anyone else's 
"check-plus, check-plus, superb." All summer 
that shot of adrenalin sent me fljong. Every 
tune I picked up a pencil, stick of charcoal, 
even Crayola, I thought of her, wondered if 
she somehow knew, could somehow feel me 
working. I Imagined her at supper, passing 
the cantaloupe, teUlng her husband about 
this particular student she had had spring 
semester. 

And now, across the Pit she's coming 
toward me In those same Uttle-boy boots that 
were falling apart last spring, closer, now 
closer, she points, waves, the boots are stUl 
falling apart, I say, "Hey, ya like pictures?" 
and can you hear the laugh, do you hear her 
laugh, deep, potent, immistakable? She buys 
a book, likes the cover, is the Inside good, 
Crazy Girl? I ask, "How's the leave. Queen 
Bee?" Just buzzln' along as Russell comes, 
relieves, get up, going our way? no? oh, going 
to be on campus Thursday a week, love to 
chat and with that bijizzes off and I'm left 
with a hum In my ears. 




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Does this disgust you, embarrass yoii, 
make you embarrassed for me? "How- 
old are you? Twenty, almost twenty-one, 
and stm act this crazy/goofy inside?" 
Surely you must think this. What is it? 
Crush? Infatuation? Adolescent passion 
for a teacher in a grown-up? When will 
you grow up? But what's wrong with 
passion, with love for a teacher? Her 
energy, humor, intelligence overwhelm 
me. The intensity of body and mind in 
the same place. She lives with both: her 
heart as well as her head. The things 
she's given me, opened up for me, how 
she's helped me open myself, to feel, 
"Hey, I'm important. I make a 
difference. I have a chance." How 
should I respond to her passion but 
with my own? And so I live for the 
coming Thursday when I'U see her 
again 

on which day I sit on the sunny steps 
of Lenoir Hall, eating half a peanut- 
butter sandwich, sucking the sour pulp 
off the seeds of a pomegranate, .staining 
my fingers with pomegranate juice, 
hoping she'll just happen to walk by. Or 
if she doesn't, I'U climb the seven flights 
to Valhalla to talk a few minutes, to 
take away with me some of her energy 
but before I do any of that I'm standing 
at the bottom of the sunny steps with 
arms raised, palms flat on head, talking 
with red-haired Maria who has just 
introduced me to two French girls she 
knows, Simone and Michele, whose 
names I remember for no good reason 
at aU and here she comes, wearing 
"respectable" clogs and a cordiiroy 
jumper and really her legs are fairly 
short as she sashays, sashays, all the 
time smiling at students milling about 
and she sees me no-yes-no I wave, say, 
"Hello, Thing," poke her arm as she 
passes, "how ya doing?" "HeUo, Ducky," 
she says and with no pause sashays by 
and away and past me and leaves me 
tasting empty air and I've never hated 
anyone so much in my life. 



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So that is Why I was so angiy/hurt. 
Angry at her damn smij^ se]?=!afiQfioH 

left without so much as an "I'm in 

a hurry" or "Gotta run" or "I cannS 

^. to you now" Angry at n^'e^o, 

seeing her, opening myself to hurt for 

P«nf.i '^^'"''^^^^t She would ever pS' the 

cantaloupe and be thinking of me for Epf^ J^T 

damn sensitive about tl^hole^clLf^ ^° 

sicksick feeling. What does shifear f L. ^^"^ 

would devour her^ qhr-u t^ , ~ ^^*^ ™y love 

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become one open pore. 





What did I want? Teacher? Mother? 
Mentor? Friend? She affects everyone this 
way so why should I think I mean anything 
special to her? When she is fifty I will he 
twenty-three. When I am her age she will 
probably be dead. There is no way I can ever 
catch up with her. I hate her; I love her. But 
no matter how much I care for someone there 
are alwajra degrees which separate us, limits 
which force me back into my own thin skin. 
Never again trust so much, love so much that 
I lick the palm once too often, for that palm 
will turn and fling that love back in my face. 

Oh my friend, isn't correspondance a 



delight, a rare pleasure? (And that is no 
erratum; my letters do seem to dance, do they 
not?) All my life I've wanted to be a rare 
friend and a darlln' mon i ^'woman child. I think 
my body temperature has jiost reached its 
lowest point. 

On a summer evening six months after m.y 
second birthday I lay on a cool sheet, my 
mother sitting on the bed beside me, her palm 
stroking my bare stomach, her hand rising 
and falltng with my breathing. "I love yo\i," I 
said. She kissed my belly, her lips cool as a 
mushroom cap, and said, "I love you, too." My 
beloved friend, I love you two and a half. ^^ 





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CHAIN LINK FENCE 

Well there's rags-to-riches sorority bitches with their noses up in 

the air 
dirty bars and jacked-up cars and more freaks than a county fair 
there's a funny boy tryin to grab my toy. and my pocket just got 

picked 
this town IS weird, prob'ly should be feared, and somethin' in my 

brain just clicked 
I remember when Jesse Helms said they oughta' put a chain link 

fence around Chapel Hill, 

Here come the jocks gettin' oft their rocks beatin' kids up in the 

street 
and the long-haired fellow sittin next to me's got some pot that 

can t be beat 
in the air that smell that's familiar as hell I recall from my mountain 

time 
and the girl over there with the long dark hair says I'll shake yours 

if you shake mine." 

There's Freddy Frat the real cool cat. boppin' along in his uniform 
he's all decked out, without a doubt he's conforming to the norm. 
Young Frankie Frosh, he says, oh gosh, ' takes a tour of the 

campus grounds 
he turns his head with every word that's said, catchin' every sight 

and sound 
Here they come again, those Alumni men, drivin' the Lincolns down 

the road 
somebody s dad remembers times he had. recalls all the wild oats 

he sowed 
but now times have changed, things rearranged 
they do things different than they did back then 
his daughter wants to come here, her old man has fear 
that she II have as much fun as him 
I remember when Jesse Helms said thay oughta' put a chain link 

fence around Chapel Hill. 

We got the Asheboro Zoo. and we got Chapel Hill. too. 
Everybody in Chapel Hill says they oughta' put a chain link fence 
around Jesse Helms. 

John Bason 



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Welcome to our town 

where citizens feed on thie dreams 
of clowns and presidents. 
Stay as long as you wish. 
Join in the dance! Sing your part 
of the contrapuntal melody, 
let the rhythms of your heart 
become the language of your soul. 
You needn't feel uneasy here; 

in Chapel Hill, we are all friends. 





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On March 16, thousands of colorful balloons were released from 
the steps of Wilson Library to open Chapel Hill's biennial Fine Ar^s 
Festival. The Festival sparked with diversity as local and interna- 
tional artists brought dance, drama, music, and literature to cam- 
pus, and creative energies merged In springtime celebration. 

Rosalind Newman and Dancers shared their talents with students 
and townspeople In "A Day for Dancing," after a Friday night per- 
formance in Memorial Hall. Feminist artist Nancy Spero lectured at 
Ackland Art Musem on Sunday afternoon. That night, festive souls 
joined the Society for Creative Anachronisms at the Blair House for a 
Renaissance Feast, where costumed guests danced and reveled 
into the wee hours. 

The Carrboro Art School hosted photography, batik, and 



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sculpture exhibitions, wliiie back on cannpus Vietnam veteran Tim O'Brien 
read from his prize-winning novel. Going After Cacciato. Kevin O'Morri- 
son's Ladyhouse Blues, featuring Martha Nell Hardy of UNC's Speech 
Department, opened in the coffeehouse atmosphere of the Great Hall 
and played throughout the weel<. 

Jonas Mekas smiled at the balloon-filled audience as he introduced 
his series of experimental films, and a curious crowd led by Donna Henes 
stood eggs on end and chanted late into the night at the Vernal Equinox 
Celebration. Renowned composer Lukas Foss packed Hill Hall Thursday 
with his splendid presentation of "Elytres." and a small but intent group 
braved the rain to see Cedric Messina's videotape production of 
Shakespearean drama Friday night. Audiences drew to Memorial Hall on 
Saturday to see "Touch," a Carrboro mime troupe, and to Ackland to see 
Hans Hoacke's social art presentation. 

By Sunday night, many of the balloons seen bobbing across campus 
throughout the week had softened and drifted to the warming earth. In 
the new Paul Green Theatre, Ntozake Shange, black American poet, 
read selections from her award-winning book as the last of the scattered 
balloons floated aimlessly across the dark sky. 



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Jonestown or the disco 



shall we go to Jonestown or the disco 

i cd wore red sequins or a burlap bag 

maybe it doesnt matter 

paradise is fulla surprises 

&. the floor of the disco changes colors/ 

like special species of vipers/ 

no real musicians appear after 2:00 there is no dining 

out/ shout hallalujah/ praise the lord 

but shall i go to Jonestown or the disco 

if jesus wont fix it/ the deejay will 

my step is off or on 

my arms are sweatin in the spotlights twirlin or the sun 

pick those tomatoes/ & join us in prayer 

a tango might excite the crowd 

a bolero give us solvation 

freak freak freak 

maybe I shd really consider the blue silk 

every one at the office is looking for me on tv 

tonite/ if i win I might die/ jesus help me 

the kingdom comes 

god moves in mysterious ways & koolaid is all we cd handle 

even my aunt promised not to miss us 

our children will be so proud/ gd dancers are gd lovers 

but shall i go to Jonestown or the disco 

good lovers get married/ god shares the covenant 

of marriage/ & marriage is the dance of life/ oh 

we get so happy/ we so happy it's sin & we might die 

thank-you jesus 

god loves bringing wealth from the wilderness 

yes lord 

at the disco we shout the praises of the almighty 

i wrap my arms around you til the end 

are you ready / are you ready to/ freak 

we came here to feel good 

thank-you jesus 

to give joy &. form to the world/ thank-you jesus 

we came here/ yes lord 

in our desire/ in hairshirts & satin 

yes/ oh the power & the glor/ 

amylnitrate/ makes you wanna die/ or dance yrself to death 

why go to Jonestown/ amen/ i soy why go to Jonestown 

yes lord/ i'ma go to the disco/ where i cd dance myself to 

death 

shout hallalujah/ praise the lord 



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The Black Student Movement revived the annual Black Arts 
Festival this spring, with a weekiong celebration ot biack cul- 
ture and the Afro-American heritage. Featured this year was 
actress Cicely Tyson, In an evening of poetry and conversa- 
tion. Lectures and seminars were conducted by art historian 
Rosalind Jeffries, poet Lance Jeffers, Herman Jones of The 
Laverne Players (who presented Othello during their resi- 
dency on campus), and UNC student Brooksle Harrington, 
director of the Choral Ensemble. Also on campus for evening 
performances were the New York Community Choir, the 
Bowie State Dancers, and the Ebony Dance Theatre from 
Durham. 

Friday night brought a talent extravaganza, "From the Si- 
lence Comes the Sound, the Dance and the Song." The Si- 
lence was mime Billy Jaye Banner, founder of the N.Y. com- 
pany MIme-O-graph. The Sound, the Dance, and the Song 
were provided by Carolina's Ebony Readers, Opeyo Dan- 
cers, and BSM Gospel Choir. To conclude the festival, stu- 
dents and members of the community held a Soul Food Taste 
Fair and "Do Your Own Thing," a talent show which gave 
participants an opportunity to display talents uncovered In 
the workshops throughout the week. 






THE CAROLINA UNION ACTIVITIES BOARD 

A student organization comprised of twelve committees, the Ac- 
tivities Board is responsible for programming Carolina Union activities. 
Under Union President Geoffrey Hoare, the Board was expanded this 
year to include the Residence Hall Liaison Committee and the Human 
Relations Committee. Hoare's work also included the introduction of a 
Concerts Advisory Group to work with the Board of Directors in 
scheduling major concerts. 




CONCERTS 
ADVISORY GROUP 



This new addition to the Union Ac- 
tivities Board keeps up with current 
trends and tastes in music. The 
group's discussions with and sugges- 
tions to the Board led to the schedul- 
ing of the following concerts during 
the year: 

Little Feat 

Chicl< Corea and Gary Burton 

Leon Redbone 

Livingston Taylor and Pablo Cruise 

Chuck Mangione 

David Bromberg Band 

Dixie Dregs 



RECREATION 
COMMITTEE 



Massage, yoga, and wine 
appreciation are some of the topics 
taught in this committees Special 
Interest classes. Two sessions of short 
courses were offered this year under 
Chairperson Brian Goray, The 
committee also sponsored a billiards 
demonstration by expert Paul Gerni, 
and sent the men's and women's 
bowling teams, the chess team, the 
bridge team, and the College Bowl 
team to regional competition. 



SPECIAL PROJECTS 
COMMITTEE 



Fifty teams — the greatest number ever 
at UNO — were brought together by Jack 
McManus and his committee for four 
weeks of College Bowl competition. Other 
"special projects " included a variety of 
events from backgammon to hypnosis. 

Gil Eagles, hypnotist and ESP expert 
Backgammon and Bridge Tournament 
Scrub-Board Slim, the Side-Show Man 
Ken Feit. Itinerant Fool 
Carousel of Time, a multimedia concert 
An Evening with Don Woodard 



RESIDENCE HALL LIAISON 
COMMITTEE 

"What to Do When You Are Closed Out of a Dormitory " was one 
presentation organized by this new committee under Chairperson Nik 
Ticic- The liaison committee was created to work with the Residence 
Hall Association, especially in South Campus programming. The 
committee also provided an outdoor band concert for the 
Spencer/Triad/Old Well area in the fall. 



SOCIAL COMMITTEE 

Que Pasa was the title of the cof- 
feehouse that opened the year for Bill 
Steigerwald's Social Committee. This 
was followed by dances, casino nights, 
and lunchtime programs in the Pit 
throughout the remainder of the year. 
One of the committee's most successful 
productions was a series of concerts 
which began in Chase Cafeteria under 
the title Southern Comfort. 
Que Pasa: John Santa 
Dance, Magic, and Music 
Luthermoon's final concert 
Paul Gerenia. blues singer 
Southern Comfort; 
George Hamilton V 
Hands Jazz Trio 

Frank Dieter and Craig Nicholson 
Indigo 

The Jazz Mongers 
Toulouse T'Trec 
"Thursday Night Fever"' (WXYC) 
"A Capella Night" 
Sassy 
Harry Deal and the Galaxies 
The Dynamic Upsetters 
Union Week: 
Union Warming (coffeehouse, 

casino, game specials) 
Square Dance with doggers Exhib- 
ition 
Pizza Eating Contest 
Bluegrass Experience 
Brice Street 

Beat State Extravaganza 
Southern Express, Dance in Tin Can 
The First Tin Can Folkfest 
A Costume Ball for Halloween 
Halloween Music with the Nee Ningy 

Band 
Decatur Jones in the Pit 
"Street Theatre" in the Pit 
All-Nighter with HRC 
Leadership Training Weekend 
Electric String Band Jamboree 
The Duke Ellington Orchestra 
The James Drew Trio 
A Little Night Music 
John Santa and David Winfield 
Mike Williams 



VIDEOTAPE COMMITTEE 

A six-week series of "canned tapes " was produced by this 
committee under Verna Gates and shown in the Union daily (and in 
dorms, fraternities, and sororities), Verna took over for first 
semester Chairperson Pat Peek, who directed the committee in 
developing and using the Unions videotape equipment to make 
promotional tapes. 




PERFORMING ARTS 
COMMITTEE 

This committee books touring 
shows and sponsors student 
productions to promote music, dance, 
and drama on campus. Under first 
semester's Chairperson Brenda 
Jernigan and second semester's 
Chairperson Gina Steed, ticket sales 
increased and student attendance at 
performances improved significantly. 
The committee hosted the following 
events on campus: 

The Chapel Hill Concert Series: 

Jorge Morel, guitarist 

Music from fvlarlboro 

Beaux Arts Trio 

Bulgarian Dance Ensemble 
North Carolina Symphony: 

Eugene Istomin 

Catherine Tait 

Pops Concert 

Dizzy Gillespie Quartet 
Triangle Dance Guild: 

North Carolina Dance Theatre 

Paul Taylor Dance Company 

Dan Wagoner and Dancers 

Minnesota Dance Theatre 
Broadway on Tour; 

California Suite 

The Wiz 

The Sound of Music 

Your Arms Too Short to Box with 
God 
Sound & Silence (Paul Winter Consort 

& Keith Berger. mime) 
Harry Blackstone Jr. Magic Show 
The Barber of Seville (Charlotte Opera 

Co.) 
Romeo and Juliet (The Acting Co.) 
Kevin O'Morrison's Ladyhouse Blues 
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (with Lab 

Theatre) 
Leonard Feather, jazz expert 
Southern Grassroots Folk Festival 




CAROLINA FORUM 
COMMITTEE 



With a diversity of personalities and 
topics — from Russian poetry to a 
black American actress' dramatic 
readings — Al Jowdy's Forum 
Committee presented a successful 
and popular schedule of speakers. 
Classroom visits, media interviews, 
dinners, and receptions were arranged 
by the committee to promote 
campus-wide exposure for each guest 
speaker. 



Frederic Storaska on 
No to A rapist " 
Fred Harris 
Andrei Voznesensky 
Madalyn Murray O'Hair 
Betty Williams 
Cicely Tyson 



How to Say 



HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE Semor Pamc week 

Dealing mainly with the issues of sexism, gay rights, and Aspects of Human 
black/white relations, this committee was created this year to Sexuality 

develop a better understanding of human relations through Emerging from 
workshops and discussions. One of its most successful Expectations, 

programs was Race-to-Race. Face-to-Face, a three day forum Limits to Personal 
dealing with the problems of interracial cooperation and Growth 

communication. Under Chairperson George Friday, the Race-to-Race. 
committee began the year with an Outreach mart " — a Face-to-Face 

presentation for students in leadership positions (especially in ^ Christmas Party — 
residence halls, fraternities, and sororities) to learn about human "^e Responsible 

relations programs on campus. Presentations on mental health. Use of Alcohol 

human sexuality, and drug abuse were also sponsored by this Tradition, Change, 
committee. and Sexuality 



CURRENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 

Soon after the Camp David Summit. Egyptian and Israeli 
representatives were brought together in a panel discussion at 
UNC by the committee, in co-operation with the international 
Student Center. Under Chairperson Chris O'Connell. the 
program opened a year of speakers and panels designed to 
increase student awareness and understanding of current world 
issues. Following this presentation, the committee, under the 
leadership of Martin Gonzales, concentrated its efforts on 
programs dealing with issues in the Third World. 



Crisis in Nicaragua 
Mrs. Orlando 

L'Atelier on the 
Chilean 

Situation " 
Maceo Dixon on the 

■'Struggle for 

Liberation in South 

Africa " 



FILM COMMITTEE 

$1 "Super Fridays" and full 
week film festivals added to the 
variety in the committee's "Free 
Flick " schedule. Under 
Chairperson Andrew Fair, live 
piano accompaniment for silent 
films and post-film discussions 
were introduced into the 
committee's programming. The 
attendance of over 45.000 people 
indicates the success of festivals 
and films. 



PUBLICITY 
COMMITTEE 



Cube displays, banners, and 
radio, television, and newspaper 
announcements were put to use 
by Chairperson Rusty Schroeder 
and his committee in publicizing 
Union activities throughout the 
community. 



GALLERY 
COMMITTEE 



Art displays, films, lectures, and 
demonstrations were organized 
by this committee under 
Chairperson Jeanne Cooke 
during the first semester and 
Chairperson Mike Haire during 
the second semester. 
Co-operating with the committee, 
such groups as the Carolina 
Indian Circle, the Carolina Gay 
Association, the Muslim Student 
Association. Alpha Phi Omega. 
B'hai Faith. Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority, and the Fine Arts 
Festival also presented displays 
in the South Gallery of the Union. 






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"War destroys everything it touches — 
if it doesn't kill the body, it certainly kills 
the mind. We have gotten to the stage 
where it's peace in Ireland or Ireland in 
pieces." 

"The hardest thing to get anyone to do 
anything about is peace and 
nonviolence. I can't be responsible for 
what happened yesterday, but I can 
work to build for what will happen in the 
future. We have got to change what's 
wrong in our society by nonviolent 



Betty Williams was awarded the Nobel 
Peace Prize in 1976 for her efforts in 
creating and leading the massive Peace 
People movement to end the violence 
and destruction in Northern Ireland. 



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"Today's practice of democracy 
falls far short of the ideal. Only half 
our people participate even to the 
small extent of voting. If people were 
more active, the government w^ould 
better reflect their views. I believe a 
democracy ought to be a place 
where people elect their leaders, 
yes, but I also believe the 
government should reflect the will of 
the people." 

Fred Harris, former Senator from Ok- 
lahoma, campaigned for President 
in 1971 on a ''No More Bullsfiit" plat- 
form. A proponent of tax reform and 
the redistribution of wealth, Harris 
has earned a reputation as a 
populist in his war against special 
privileges for the rich. 




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"Don't misplace your values and get 
hung up on color. White supremacy is 
dangerous and black supremacy is 
dangerous. You are looking at a man 
who never stoops low enough to hate 
anybody." 

"There was a time when blacks 
couldn't attend this university. But 
somebody lived, and somebody 
suffered, and somebody died so that 
you might be sitting here tonight." 

"You've got to carry something up 
there (to school) with you. If you don't, 
you won't bring anything back. You 
can't just ride through. We think we 
must make an A to be good. But you 
can take an A out into the world and 
make a nothing. Whatever field you go 
into, be prepared to defend it. Be 
prepared to defend what you stand 



"Lose if you must, but never lose the 
faith. Never let it get so dark that you 
can't promote a song." 



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Martin Luther King, Sr., delivered the 
second annual Martin Luther King, Jr., 
Memorial Lecture, entitled "Misplaced 
Values." 



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"Eisenhower never made a speech without linking atheism 
and communism. He had the idea that the only way to fight 
communism was Christianity. This is one of the most idiotic 
ideas this nation has ever had." 

"The churches own part or all of Borden Milk, Burlington 
Industries, Firestone, Hertz, and Westinghouse. They've 
cheated you out of so much tax money just because of their 
tax-exempt status." 

"In New Orleans and Cincinnati, the churches own 
whorehouses. I can't figure out why that's religious." 

"Churches get $9 billion a year in those little wicker 
baskets. With $9 billion a year we might eliminate VD. With $9 
billion a year we could fight cancer. With $9 billion a year we 
could ease the slum conditions." 



Madalyn Murray O'Hair, leader of the American Atheist 
organization, was instrumental in the lawsuit that led to the 
banning of organized prayer in public schools. 



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"In 1968, the American people elected a president who 
began a national nullification of the needs of the needy. " 
Nixon and his administration were guilty of "pious 
platitudes and self-righteous swinishness." But "Nixon's 
evil genious could not turn back the movement of 200 
years." In 1976, Carter "seemed singularly committed to 
closmg the gap between the shadow and the substance of 
the American dream. Two years later, we discover a man 
who knew the words to our hymns but not the numbers on 
our paychecks." 

Julian Bond, Georgia State Senator and civil rights 
activist, delivered the Weil Lecture (an annual lecture on 
Topics in American Citizenship), entitled "Democracy in 
America: 1978." 



"When I stopped seeing my mother 
with the eyes of a child, I saw the 
woman who helped me give birth to 
myself." 

"We are the loving sex. People 
count on us for comfort, nurturing 
warmth. We hold the world together 
with the constant availability of our 
love when men would tear it apart with 
their needs for power. We feel 
incomplete alone, inadequate without 
a man, devalued outside marriage, 
defensive without children. We are 
being loved for being part of a 
relationship, for our function — not for 
ourselves." 



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For over thirty years the Department 

of Dramatic Art has envisioned an 

additional on-campus facility for 

theatrical productions. Those dreams 

were realized when the multi-million 

dollar Paul Green Theatre opened on 

September 29th, 1978. The theatre, 

named for Chapel Hill playwright Paul 

Green, was christened with a 

presentation of Richard Wright's 

Native Son. Green and Wright had 

collaborated on the stage version of 

the play in 1940. For the theatre 

opening, Ellen Wright, wife of the late 

author, flew from her Paris home to 

help revise the play for contemporary 

audiences. 

Paul Green, winner of a Pulitzer 

prize, graduated from UNO in 1921 and 

is noted for his outdoor drama The 

Lost Colony. In his opening address, 

he expressed his hopes that the new 

theatre will stimulate and promote 

dramatic art at the University. 



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Fri. Aug. 25 


THE MAGIC CHRISTIAN 


Sat. Aug. 26 


IMAGES 


Sun. Aug. 27 


THE PASSION OF JOAN OF 




ARC 


Wed. Aug. 30 


SINGIN' IN THE RAIN 


FrI. Sept. 1 


BEAUTY AND THE BEAST 


Sat. Sept. 2 


TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD 


Sun. Sept. 3 


RASHOMON 


Wed, Sept. 6 


THE BAND WAGON 


Fri. Sept. 8 


THE SOUND OF MUSIC 




(Super Friday) 


Sat. Sept. 9 


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Sun. Sept. 10 
Wed. Sept. 13 
Fri. Sept. 15 

Sat. Sept. 16 
Sun. Sept. 17 



Wed. Sept. 20 
Fri. Sept. 22 

Sat. Sept. 23 
Sun. Sept. 24 
Wed. Sept. 27 
Fri. Sept. 29 
Sat. Sept. 30 
Sun. Oct. 1 



QUEEN CHRISTINA 

SOUTH PACIFIC 

BLACK AND WHITE IN 

COLOR 

THE LAST OF SHEILA 

THE LENNY BRUCE 

PERFORMANCE FILM 

THE BLUES ACCORDIN' TO 

LIGHTNING HOPKINS 

WEST SIDE STORY 

BOUND FOR GLORY (Super 

Friday) 

YOUNG MR. LINCOLN 

SON OF THE SHEIK 

OLIVER! 

WATERMELON MAN 

HIGH NOON 

THRONE OF BLOOD 



AN AROUSING FILM FESTIVAL 



Tues. Oct. 3 



Wed. Oct. 4 
Thur. Oct. 5 



THE MIDDLE OF THE 

WORLD 

THE CONFORMIST 

THE LOST HONOR OF 

KATARINA BLUM 



Fri. Oct. 6 
Sat. Oct. 7 
Sun. Oct. 8 
Wed. Oct. 11 
Wed. Oct. 18 
Fri. Oct. 20 
Sat. Oct. 21 

Sun. Oct. 22 
Wed. Oct. 25 
Fri. Oct. 27 
Sat. Oct. 28 
Sun. Oct. 29 



SMALL CHANGE 

MOROCCO 

HENRY V 

THE MEMORY OF JUSTICE 

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT 

ANNIE HALL (Super Friday) 

KIND HEARTS AND 

CORONETS 

AFTER THE FOX 

TROUBLE IN PARADISE 

SILENT RUNNING 

SUNRISE 

A PAGE OF MADNESS 

BATTLING BUTLER 



HALLOWEEN TRILOGY 
Tues. Oct. 31 THE RAVEN 



Wed. Nov. 1 
Fri. Nov. 3 
Sat. Nov. 4 
Sun. Nov. 5 



THE WOLFMAN 
DRACULA HAS RISEN 
FROM THE GRAVE 
TWENTIETH CENTURY 
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 
ANIMAL FARM 
VALLEY CURTAIN 
RUNNING FENCE 



INGMAR BERGMAN FESTIVAL 
Tues. Nov. 7 SAWDUST AND TINSEL 
Wed. Nov. 8 THE MAGICIAN 
Thur. Nov. 9 FACE TO FACE 



Fri. Nov. 10 
Sat. Nov. 1 1 
Sun. Nov. 12 
Wed. Nov. 15 
Fri. Nov. 17 

Sat. Nov. 18 
Sun. Nov. 19 
Sat. Nov. 25 
Sun. Nov. 26 
Wed. Nov. 29 
Fri. Dec. 1 

Sat. Dec. 2 



Sun. Dec. 3 
Wed. Dec. 6 
Fri. Dec. 8 

Sat. Dec. 9 
Wed. Jan. 10 
Fri. Jan. 12 
Sat. Jan. 13 
Sun. Jan. 14 



LADY SINGS THE BLUES 

JAZZ ON A SUMMERS DAY 

DOG STAR MAN 

RUGGLES OF RED GAP 

YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN 

(Super Friday) 

THE THIRD MAN 

IVAN THE TERRIBLE, PART I 

DUCK SOUP 

THE HORSES MOUTH 

THE PALM BEACH STORY 

THE TURNING POINT (Super 

Friday) 

A DOGS LIFE 

SHOULDER ARMS 

THE PILGRIM 

GIMME SHELTER 

THE MALE ANIMAL 

THE HEART ISA LONELY 

HUNTER 

SHADOW OF A DOUBT 

RED DUST 

BAMBI 

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS 

MY NIGHT AT MAUDS 



AN EASTERN EUROPEAN FILM FESTIVAL ] 


Wed. Jan. 17 


THE SHOP ON MAIN 




STREET 


Wed. Jan. 31 


SALTO 


Wed. Feb. 7 


LOVE AFFAIR OR THE CASE 




OF THE MISSING 




SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR 


Wed. Feb. 21 


THE RED AND THE WHITE 


Wed. Feb. 28 


LOVES OF A BLONDE 



Fri. Jan. 19 
Sat. Jan. 20 



Sun. Jan. 21 



THE GOODBYE GIRL (Super 

Friday) 

THE ADVENTURES OF 

CAPTAIN MARVEL — 

CHAPTER ONE 

THE STRONG MAN 

O LUCKY MAN! 



AN INVASION OF THE EARTH FILM FESTIVAL 


Tues. Jan. 23 


DAY OF THE TRIFFIDS 




THE DAY THE EARTH 




STOOD STILL 


Wed. Jan. 24 


IT CAME FROM OUTER 




SPACE 


Ttiur. Jan. 25 


THE WAR OF THE WORLDS 


Fri. Jan. 26 


THE MAN WHO FELL TO 




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Sat. Jan. 27 LITTLE WOMEN 

Sun. Jan. 28 WELFARE 

Fri. Feb. 2 DERSU UZALA 

Sat. Feb. 3 PUBLIC ENEMY 

Sun. Feb. 4 SHOOT THE PIANO PLAYER 

Fri. Feb. 9 JULIA (Super Friday) 

Sat. Feb. 10 SLAVE OF LOVE 

Sun. Feb. 11 WINGS 



HEADLINE USA 




Mon. Feb. 12 


FIVE STAR FINAL 


Tues. Feb. 13 


KEEPER OF THE FLAME 


Wed. Feb. 14 


ACE IN THE HOLE 


Thur. Feb. 15 


DEADLINE, U.S.A. 


Fri. Feb. 16 


PARK ROW 


Sat. Feb. 17 


THE PARALLAX VIEW 



Sun. Feb. 18 



Fri. Feb. 23 



Sat. Feb. 24 
Sun. Feb. 25 



SCORPIO RISING 

SHE DONE HIM WRONG 

DOCTOR ZHIVAGO (Super 

Friday) 

TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT 

A PROGRAM OF 

EXPERIMENTAL SHORT 

FILMS: 

REPORT FROM 

MILLBROOK 

FILM MAGAZINE OF THE 

ARTS 

RIDDLE OF LUMEN 

T.O.U.C.HJ.N.G 

PAUSE! 

REPORT 

PALINDROME 



Wed. Mar. 14 THE CENTRAL REGION 

Fri. Mar. 16 EL CID 

Sat. Mar. 17 GASLIGHT 

Sun. Mar. 18 THAT OBSCURE OBJECT 

OF DESIRE 
THE AUTOBIOGFIAPHICAL EXPERIENCE IN 
CINEMA (Jonas Mekas) 
Mon. Mar. 19 ROSLYN ROMANCE 

JULY 71 IN SAN 

FRANCISCO 

(NOSTALGIA) 

SINCERITY: REEL NO. 1 
Tues. Mar. 20 NOTES FOR JEROME 

IN BETWEEN 



NEW AMERICAN FILM-MAKERS FESTIVAL 


Wed. Mar 21 


TARGETS 


Wed. Mar. 28 


THIEVES LIKE US 


Wed. Apr 11 


THE CONVERSATION 


Wed. Apr. 18 


LIVING OFF THE LAND 




HONEYMOON HOTEL 




A TRIP THROUGH THE 




BROOKS HOME 




FRENCH LUNCH 




STILL LIFE 




CAT FOOD 


Wed. Apr 25 


TAKE THE MONEY AND 




RUN 



Fri. Mar. 23 BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY 

Sat. Mar. 24 DEAD OF NIGHT 

Sun. Mar. 25 YOUNG TOPLESS 

Fri. Mar. 30 OH. GOD' (Super Friday) 

Sat. Mar. 31 THE LITTLE FOXES 

Sun. Apr. 1 THE BIG PARADE 



CINEMA FOR ART S SAKE 


PROGRAM 1: 


CLASSICISM UNDER 




PRESSURE 


Tues. Jan. 30 


POUSSIN — THE SEVEN 




SACRAMENTS 




THE ART OF CLAUDE 




LORRAIN 




VERTICAL — DAVID HALL 


PROGRAM II: 


ALBION'S CHANGING 




ARCHITECTURE 


Tues. Feb. 27 


ENGLAND, HOME AND 




BEAUTY 


• 


ODEON CAVALCADE 




JIM STERLING S 




ARCHITECTURE 


PROGRAM III: 


IS POP ART^ 


Tues. Apr. 10 


LICHTENSTEIN IN LONDON 




RICHARD HAMILTON 




AMERICA S POP 




COLLECTOR 



WERNER HERZOG FILM FESTIVAL 


Tues. Apr. 3 


AGUIRRE, THE WRATH OF 




GOD 


Wed. Apr. 4 


STROSEK 


Thur. Apr. 5 


HEART OF GLASS 



Fr. Apr. 6 ROMEO AND JULIET 

Sat. Apr, 7 THE 12TH INTERNATIONAL 

TOURNEE OF ANIMATION 
Sun. Apr. 8 EARTH 

STRIKE 
Fri. Apr. 13 KNIFE IN THE WATER 

Sat. Apr. 14 THE WILD PARTY 

CHRISTOPHER STRONG 
Sun. Apr 15 A PROPOS DE NICE 

ZERO DE CONDUITE 
Fri. Apr. 20 SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER 

(Super Friday) 
Sat. Apr. 21 NANOOK OF THE NORTH 

MAN OF ARAN 
Sun. Apr. 22 THE OUTLAW 



THE GREAT 

BALLOON 

ASCENSION 



There on the top step of Lenoir 

Hall, Weezle Carmichael sits 

blowing soap bubbles over the 

unsuspecting heads of the 

noon Pit Crowd. She is 

red-haired and pretty. She has 

freckles in her irises and the 

snnallest ears of any full-grown 

ears I have ever seen. Spring 

Break, when her mother saw 

her new haircut and said, "You 

aren't going to wear it pulled 

back like that, are you?" 

Weezie just smiled and tugged 

on earlobe. When she sings 

(which is often], her voice 

sounds alternately like a 

circular saw and a porpoise 

gurgling underwater. Let it 

buzz. I am in love with her. 

"What's doing?" I ask, 

shrugging off my pack. 

"Messages, messages!" she 

says and lets fly a lopsided 

bubble which floats lazily for a 

moment, then pops. "In fifteen 

minutes or less I've heard two 

pages worth. This place has 

better talk than Glam-O-Rama 

Laundromat. You won't believe 

the connections. Listen!" As I sit 

beside her, she flips open her 

notebook and, punctuating 

the lines with swipes of her 

bubble stick, reads: 

I used to be paranoid. 

Where are my arms? 

You never know, Alice, it just 

might be a fluke. 
Are you talking about Art or 

taxidermy? 
It's an idea. 
You have to massage. 
Is that the practice coffin? 

[Here she swirls a hook-shaped 

stream of bubbles for a 

question mark.] 





I must explain. Weezie's ears are the size 
of bottlecaps, it's true; but tliey pick up 
words as a magnet attracts filings, Erection 
of thie ears, I call it. Ever since she read and 
believed Gertrude Stein, who said that 
messages are being sent all the time, 
Weezie has been listening in. The G-bus, 
Roses, the third floor of Caldwell Hall, lines at 
the K & W, the Coffee Shop, and the post 
office, upstairs in the Union or the basement 
of Wilson stacks. Fowler's, the backroom of 
Kwikee Take-out, the weight room at 
Woollen Gym, and Carroll Hall before Free 
Flicks - nowhere is safe, Weezie went so far 
as to learn that what she was doing was 
"eaves" and not "easedropping," the way 




she'd always pronounced it. 

One Thursday she skipped Physics lab 
and went straight to the school-supply aisle 
of Sutton's Drug Store to buy one wide-ruled 
writing tablet, 60 sheets, with Egyptian gods 
walking the way Egyptian gods do across 
the cover. For days now she's been 
threatening to side-strut Egyptian style 
across the South Building steps . , . 

. . , so he got Ritz crackers and threw 
them out the window. 

Who understands Paul? 

Just give him something to eat; he'll leave. 

I could die of buttermilk. 

So who's having hysterics? 

"Rutabaga, rutabaga," she gurgles, 
delighted. "And I swear they're authentic. 
Free for anyone with the ears to hear 
them . , . 

It's not the bizarre things. 

There's the incest, 

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"Even if I tried, I couldn't make these up," 
I zoom in, nose-to-nose. "Even with your deep 
welis?" 

She blinks; the freckles seem to widen. 
"Reading them is like waking up with a dream 
hangover." She scribbles. "Good, that's good. 



"You can't quote yourself." 

In mid-air her pencil hangs for a moment, then dives 
again. "And that," she says, "is even better." 

As she tunes her antennae back in, I open the DTH, 
looking up occasionally to see who's passing. Used to be 
I'd pretend that every tenth thing that passed I'd have to 
marry: woman, man, dog. This exercise tended to keep my 
eyes open. Weezie and I glared at each other half a 
semester before we finally became friends. 

"Anything in there?" she asks. 

"The Druids are going to bring back the sun, Don 
Woodard remembers his senior prom. Snoopy is practicing 
French." 

"I'm waiting for the day he learns II y a beaucoup de 
personnes sur le balcon." 

" 'There're a lot of people on the balcony'?" 

"Literally, yes, but idiomatically it means. That girl's really 
stacked'." She mimicks Louis Jourdin lechery, slides a dollar 
bill into my hand, then coos, "Get me a 'Tallahassee Tuna 
Going South' and I'll do my Marlene Dietrich imitation for 
you. From the Pit Stop, not the Pine Room. There's been an 
outbreak of rabid raccoons down there." 

I rise to go; with reedy strains of "Lili Marlene" and a 
stream of bubbles, she sends me gliding over crushed milk 
cartons and kamikaze bees into the Pit. 

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There's a lot going on. 

The College Republicans ore throwing fnsbees in- 
stead ot cream pie, an activity co-sponsored by the 
Crew Club: Ring the Power and the Ship of State is 
Yours, Or at least a goddamn canoe, Marianne the 
Bellydancer vies with Sharon the Bean Queen to get 
Harold Schmucked, but Harold goes tor Crayon the 
Dog who, in turn, prefers pumpkin pie from a fork. 
Well, OS my grandmother used to say, "Everyone to 
his own notion," 

When I come out of the Pit Stop, a guy from WXYC 
is introducing the musicians who are tuning up, I 
glide back to Weezie who has since transcribed a 
page and a half's worth of messages, 

"Ever wonder why do the Heathen rage?" she asks 
OS I hand her half a sandwich, "Because it's there? To 
get to the other side?" 

I lick filling off the edges of my half, pretendina I'm 
tasting the groove of Weezie's ear, "I've got on^Eng- 
lish professor who soys it's to hold their pants up," 

A loudspeaker squawks, 

"We hove ARRIVED!" the Clef Hangers chime in 
eight-port harmony. North Tower enters with a cres- 
cendo of "Rang, dang, ringy-DANG-DO-DA" and 
Crayon leaves his pie to howl a high B-floT 




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"Whafs going on?" Weezie soys, her Tallahassee 
Tuna going down. 

"Renrnnds me of the Mornnon Tabernacle Choir," I 
say, "or maybe the Gong Show " 

"I was thinking of a revival," she says, and at that 
moment the BSM Gospel Choir enters, swaying in 
black robes to a drumbeat set up by the Carolina 
Indian Circle. 





SWINE ROOM 
CAFETERIA 

MONDAY- FRIDAY 
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830 AM -6:30 PM 




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newspaper, wondering how Union Activities ever 
thought of this. 



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Weezie, whose 

antennae are quivering 

violently, stares 

transfixed. Maybe stie's 

hioping thie noise vj\H 

make her ears grow. 

That would be a 

nniracle. 

Now the Nee Ningy 

Band enters, the flutist's 

notes dancing high 

above the din, skittering 

contrapuntally to the 

rhythm tapped out by 

the Bean Queen on her 

triangle. I wish I'd 

brought my kazoo. 

"Music," Weezie says, 

"is the cosmic 

consciousness. Kind of 

like a spider and an 

angel." 

I start to tell her that 

she's been 

eavesdropping too 

long, but before I can, 

the squawk of a 

megaphone interrupts 

me. 





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"THIS IS GOD COMING AT YA'I" 
the voice barks, and around 
the corner steps Stephen the 
Prophet, arms raised, 
accompanied by brothers of 
Kappa Alpha Psi, whose heels 
and walking canes click in a 
2/4 rhythm. Following them, 
several robed and hooded 
figures chant, "No nukes, no 
nukes." Have the Druids, I 
wonder, joined the Kudzu 
Alliance? 

"Look," Weezie says, 
"Stephen's not as skinny as he 
used to be. How can you gain 
weight eating nothing but air?" 

"Maybe somebody gave 
him a Tar Heel Burger. Plus the 
roaches - more protein than 
you pay for." 



Another megaphone squalls, 
"Get out. Shah! Get out. Shah!" 
and as all the voices 
crescendo to fortissimo from 
the opposite side of the Cube 
struts Jed the Evangelist. 

I say, "Is this the Pillsbury 
Bake-off?" 

Louder and louder the music 
plays, the rhythm changing to 
a frenzied 6/8 time. Higher and 
higher, faster and faster, the 
triangle clanging, the 
Bellydancer whirling. Crayon 
howling, Stephen pointing, the 
flute skittering, the drums 
pounding, all the voices lifting, 
pulsing - Weezie yells, "I just 
want to be breathless, till I pass 
out or something." 

Then BOOM. SILENCE. 



Tap, tap; trickle, trickle. 
Someone steps lightly into the Pit. No one 
says a word. 

"Balloons," Weezie whispers, '"he's 
bringing balloons." 

The man spins once, slowly, eyeing the 
crowd, balloons - bunches of them - in 
both hands. I wonder why he doesn't float 
away. 

"I AM THE FRUIT LOOPS PROPHET." he says, 
his voice booming even without a 
megaphone. 

At this - or do I imagine it? - Weezie's 
ears grow bigger. 

Slowly, very slowly, he hands out the 



balloons: one to Jed, one to Stephen, one to 
each person in the Pit, even Crayon. He 
intones: "Inspire, inspirare, inspiravi, 
inspiratus," then shouts, "My body is in the Pit, 
but my soul is in the stars!" 

A clap - then Prophet, balloons, and Pit 
People shoot into the sky, leaving only a 
faint buzz of voices. 

Weezie, her face turned skyward, sweeps 
her bubble stick, sending up a long stream. 

"This place is a zoo," she says. 

I kiss her ear and ask, "What do you like 
best?" 

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A Tradition Becomes an Art 




CLICHE MEMORY 



I found love in Chapel Hill 

Passion in the spring 

Don't you know it's just like me 

(it's such a corny thing] 

But I guess the Time was Right 

You played the Sun and I played the Moon 

Oh the Sky was Bright 

Fireworks split open in the middle 

of the night. 

Who needs the Fourth of July 

when Every Day's a Celebration 

Lord it sure was fun 

as long as it went on 

At least that's what you tell yourself 

Cliche Memory 

If you're like me, prone to looking back 

and roses fall out withered 

from the pages of your scrapbook 

you're likely to forget the blues you had 

put out the pain and pick up the poem 

about the Good you Gained 

Just when you think you have it figured out 

why everything must break 

and fall in tattered pieces 

The pattern fails 

and the mystery prevails. 

There must be more here than 

Cliche Memory 

One for You and One for Me 

All's fair in Love, or so they say 

but sayings have a way of wearing thin. 

Let's keep love 

pure as we can 

free of the words 

we've too often heard 

Cliche Memory. 

Jo Martin 



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. . . love your canastas. Life or ' 
death situation. Let's play it 
by ear. Poopsie 
Elaine: If ytnx want to see 
your antique handkerchief 
alive again, hring 200 
Jojras, in small hills, to the 
Old Well, Friday at six 
o'clock. Be there, aloha. 
Please. 

Hot Stuff, Sloppy, Baby, Blue 
Eyes, and Rubber Ducky: 
Wish we were still in the 
"Magic Kingdom" . . . 



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Rupert pushed his way into the lobby of the "Y" one 
Friday afternoon. The building was dark and he found the 
silence strange. His only experience with the building was 
on Tuesday and Thursday mornings when it creaked with 
energy while he elbowed past students toward his hon- 
eybun and coffee, his eyes still moist with sleep. Now the 
snack bar was locked and empty, Rupert pressed his 
nose against the glass door, his face illuminated by the 
neon lights within. 

With his nose against the glass, Rupert exhaled and 
took a step back to regard the shape of the condensa- 
tion his breath had created, 

"A masterpiece." he chuckled, "What symmetry - to 
produce such pretentious parabolas from one proboscis 
is positively prodigious," 

He looked at his watch, "Ten of six. hoc boy," 

His heartbeat quickened and he took a deep breath, 
bent over from the waist and touched his chest lightly with 
his fingertips. 

"There, there fella - calm down, this is gonna be fun," 

He looked at his watch and smiled wanly. He took a 
step, realized that he had no destination in mind and 
checked the time again, 

Rupert was tall and thin, graced with an expressive 
face and large brown eyes. He wore a brown felt hat 
tipped rakishly over one eye and a winestain on his flan- 
nel shirt. 

His lips broadened into a wide smile and his arms rose 
dramatically above his head. 

"If you prick us do we not bleed?" He wheeled, ad- 
dressed his reflection in the glass door and boomed. 
"Hath not I organs, dimensions, senses , . , passions?" 





He quickly recoiled from the sound of his voice and 
fancied that he heard an echo. He wondered if any- 
one was upstairs, Rupert approached the steps and 
looked furtively above as he strained his ear against 
the air. Then he began to climb. He'd never been 
upstairs before. 

No exultation upon reaching the top. The stairs 
emptied into a large room ringed by a series of 
locked doors, with the names of several campus or- 
ganizations printed on them. A DTH was spilled craz- 
ily on the floor, and trash was strewn everywhere, 
Rupert grimaced at the thought of students purchas- 
ing meagre lunches only to rush upstairs to nibble at 
processed pimento cheese sandwiches. He could 
see them lined against the walls hidden behind 
"Strike Three" or "How to Create an Anti-Social Comic 
Strip," then springing up to scurry off to class, their tails 
tucked securely behind them. 

Saddened, he turned to go downstairs. He realized 
OS he did that he could see the Old Well from a 
window at the landing. He grinned and chose to ob- 
serve the terrain before he went out to meet her. He 
crouched by the window and lit a cigarette. 

"I'll bet she doesn't come. Hell, I don't even know if 
she read the damn thing." 



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Rupert removed a plain white hiandkerchiief from tiis back 
pocket and examined wtiat was written there: "One certified, 
bonafied, genuine, one-of-a-lcind, unique, honest-to- 
goodness, no doubt about it, antique hanlcy."* 

* Approved by the A.IH.A.A. (Antique Handicerchief As- 
sociation of America). 

He folded it carefully and returned it to his pocket. He hoped 
she wouldn't be angered by his substitute. He had looked for 
the handkerchief she lost at the party, and that counted for 
something. Rupert glanced at his watch. It was nearly six. No 
one was at the Old Well. He stood up, fetched the newspaper 
and descended the stairs. Outside he paused and tossed his 
cigarette, after snatching o final drag. He crossed Cameron 
Avenue slowly and stepped up to the fountain of the Old Well. 
He felt very old. 

He stepped back and read the plaque on the fountain. "The 
Old Well, renovated by the class of '21 and the University in 
1954." The feeling passed. Four years at Carolina and he had 
never read that plaque. He considered the number of people 
who had watered there as he turned to sit on the bench dedi- 
cated to the class of '57. 
The weathervane on top of South Building pointed northwest. 
Rupert strained his neck for any sign of Elaine. She was late. 
He opened up the newspaper in front of his face and decided 
that if she did come he was going to give her his best Bogart 
routine. He pulled his hat down and increased the angle of Its 
rakish tip. He wanted to smoke a cigarette, but he remembered 
that she didn't like them. He looked around once more, then 
began to read. 

Suddenly he heard a sound to his left. The paper snapped in 
his hands and his ears burned. Rupert turned his head slowly, let 
his jaw fall slack and squinted one eye. 
"Hello, shweethaat . , . You're late," he lisped. 
Elaine stood about ten feet away. She wore blue jeans and a 
sweatshirt, Lauren Bacall she wasn't, but Rupert liked women 
who dressed casually. Elaine didn't stutter, shuffle her feet or 
gesture distractedly with her hands, but her face belied her 
calm. Her cheeks flashed with radiant embarrassment. She took 
one step forward, smiled and spoke softly. 




"Hello, . . . Um, sorry I'm late." 

"Forget It, kiddo. Djo bring thie goods like I tole ja?" 

"You mean thie joyas? Well, you see I can't afford it. 
My fatfier just got shook down by Alfredo's boys, and 
Mom is in tfie fiospital . . . it's hier ticker." 

Rupert grinned, "Her ticker, hufi? So you think you can 
come here empty handed and just get by on your 
good looks?" 

Elaine sat down on the edge of the bench. 

"Well, um, no. Do you have the handkerchief?" 

Rupert looked at her. She wanted her handkerchief. 
He was ashamed that after all this build-up he didn't 
have the real thing. 

He drew the surrogate hanky from his pocket and 
mumbled, "Sure thing, kiddo, but you'll have to make it 
up to me." 

She took it reluctantly and expressed her surprise and 
disappointment with a muted exclamation. A moment 
later she turned it over and read what was written there 

She giggled and looked up at Rupert with a queer 
smile. 

"You misspelled bona fide." 

"I'm sorry, I mean I . . ." 

"Don't be. I've misspelled bona fide before." 

"Not about that. I mean you've probably been wait- 
ing to see your beloved antique hanky again, and all I 
could produce was a poor substitute. You're disap- 
pointed - I can tell." 

"Not really. But I don't think Granny will fall for this." 

"Hide her glasses," Rupert suggested. 

"She has perfect eyesight." 

"Well, don't hankies usually travel in pairs? I mean 
maybe you could get the other one from her house and 

That's true, but you see my grandmother only had 
one." 

"Oh, yeah?" 

"Uh huh, she's never needed two. Deviated septum 
from childbirth," she added in explanation. 

They laughed. 





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"Well, tell me," Rupert paused and looked away, "whiat are you 
going to do to repay me?" 

"I don't know, wtiat do you have in mind?" Elaine asked a bit more 
cautiously ttian shie Intended. 

Rupert stood, faced tier and bowed slowly. 

"I would sincerely appreciate your company for dinner, my dear." 
He extended his hand grandly. 

Elaine suppressed a laugh and looked up at him coyly, 

"Oh,Rhett, you sweet thing, I'd simply love to but. . ."She took his 
hand and leaned close to him. 

"But - what?" he whispered In mock desperation. 

"Well, before we're seen In public together, do you think you could 
take off that dumb hat? I hate guys In hats, besides it makes you look 
like Humphrey Bogart." 

Rupert removed his hat graciously. Elaine took his arm and they 
walked off toward Sadlacks. After a few steps, Elaine stopped and 
faced Rupert. He looked down upon her soft features In the gloam- 
ing of the September twilight. 

"There is one other thing I want to know," she whispered, "What's 
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STREET PEOPLE 

On Sunday mornings the people on Franklin 
Street move in a dreamy state of mystery, as if on 
borrowed propulsion. Thiey move slov\/ly, toward 
chiurchi or breakfast, with no motivation to hurry. 
At noon the reverent and guilty file out of pews 
and walk through the columned smile of the 
church. I often watch them from the line that 
straggles around the corner of the Coffee Shop. 
Every service that Franklin Street offers requires 
some patience, some "line tolerance," except 
Jim Cannon and the Bag Lady. 

One night I dreamed that Cannon proposed 
to her, sitting on that bench in front of the drug 
store. The Bag Lady said "yeah" without 
hesitation, avoiding the stalling blushes of the 
coquette. In my dream, Jim Cannon was the 
prince that she patiently awaited on her Franklin 
Street bench. They got married during Apple 
Chill, on the stage where the bands perform. 
Shopkeepers who had watched the Bag Lady's 
turmoil gathered around the stage, hoping she 
had finally abandoned her life of loneliness. 



Before I heard the Bag Lady say "I do," I woke up, 
and the dream faded into half-memory, as dreams 
often do until something brings them back to life. The 
Sunday of Apple Chill, I walked downtown, but there 
was no wedding ceremony. The Bag Lady sat on her 
usual bench in front of Revco, while crowds of visitors 
invaded her living room. Usually she sits with her 
head to her chest, the wall of hair guarding her eyes, 
but that day her head was raised, her hair partially 
moved to a clump at the side of her face. She 
memorized every detail that passed by her and 
eyed me as I pushed through the crowd. 

I first tasted Franklin Street on a full stomach and 
through salty good-bye tears. It was moving day of 
my freshman year, and my parents, grandparents, 
sister, and I had just eaten breakfast at the Waffle 
Shoppe. Inside, the place was packed, and we 
talked awkwardly, trying to avoid the obvious 
good-bye remarks of eating well, writing often, 
being careful on the streets at night. My mother had 
criticized the flatware; my father had laughed too 
loud; I hadn't said much. As we stepped into the 
sunlight, my sister stretched and said, "It looks like 
half of Chapel Hill sits on the Franklin Street wall to 
watch the other half pass by," 



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That first year in Cl-iapei Hill, I don't know which 
was the major discovery, Carolina Coffee Shop or 
the townies. I guess I discovered them together. 
They were always there, the townies, watching us 
as we stood in lines, their shell-shocked eyes 
hanging loose from the corners, They weren't 
laughling at us, but they watched as if they knew 
or understood something, maybe . , . I'm not 
sure. I always see them in front of the Presbyterian 
church, being passive and semicircular and 
tuned into the ionosphere. 

Once, one of them generously offered me a sip 
of his wine, but I figured it was only a sales pitch 
for the leather roach clips he was handcrafting. A 
friend once told me that they are all 
misunderstood artists. I guess I don't understand 
either. When they get too drunk, they sleep on the 
steps of the church. Though I've never seen it, I 
imagine the minister arriving early on Sunday 
mornings to rouse them off the steps so that his 
congregation will have a clear path. 

When I walked past them, I turned my head and 
crossed the street in front of the Coffee Shop, Those 
were the days when I still looked both ways before 



stepping into the path of an automobile, I would 
go to Baskin Robbins and order a double dip of 
something dark, sweet, I remember that mostly I let 
it melt into a marshmallowy blob until the pecans 
floated on top. Then I would head back to Ruffin, 
remembering not to cross the street again until I 
reached the post office, I was afraid to confront the 
townies just as I had been afraid of priests when I 
was a child. All of them seemed to look over my left 
shoulder when I was least expecting it. 

Last week, I passed NCNB on my way to 
Spanky's, and there was a line of about twenty 
people waiting to get money. The guy at the head 
of the line was pounding out his personalized 
security number and pounding the bricks, "OH 
NO," he yelled, "not after I waited all this time, NOT 
NOW, GIVE ME MONEY!" The machine apologized 
as politely as it was programmed, but the man 
walked off, cursing the products of a business 
major's mind. NCNB is a haven for Carolina 
business graduates, but then it's hard for anyone to 
leave Chapel Hill. Ask anyone who works on 
Franklin Street. From Julian's to the Record Bar, they 
know. 




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Spanky's has the best window on Franklin 
Street. It's not an alien surveillance position 
because you're a part of the sidewalk, but 
you still get air conditioning and pitchers of 
beer. My friend Marta and I used to sit there 
in the afternoons, and we would watch the 
sun turn the green in the treetops to yellow. 
As the sun sets, the yellow passes from the 
top to the bottonn leaves, then slowly, slowly, 
like Sunday walkers, disappears at the trunk. 

We watched people passing in heavy 
conversation with themselves or with com- 
panions. Chapel Hill is the only town where 
I've seen people converse openly with 
themselves. We watched and tried to read 
thoughts from their lips. We put names and 
past residences and employments on them. 






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"Look, there's Maureen Handlin, former Home Ec. 
teacher with the Alamance County school system, 
recently divorced from Howard and come to town to 
discover a new outlook on life. See the new 
sunglasses she bought?" 

"Well, that's quite a purposeful walk, but she hasn't 
tanned over the band mark yet," I said, not really 
interested in Maureen or her domestic liberation. 
"You know what I want?" I said abruptly. "I want two 
attractive gentlemen to pass by this window and, 
glimpsing our innate beauty, turn around and come 
join us." 

"Oh," she said, "kind of like window shopping? 
Hey," she said suddenly, "look who's actualizing your 
fantasy." 

I looked up to see two 1970 turn-of-the-decade 
remnants hitching up turquoise-studded buckles on 
their Levis and entering through the door. "Don't 
leave me alone at this table," I said to Marta in my 
most threatening beer-saturated voice. 

"Just pretend we're deaf, mute, and gay," she 
said. We laughed silently as the two dudes sat down 
at our table. 

"Mind if we sit down?" one of them said. 

We sipped our beers. 

"How about two more glasses?" 

We still sipped dumbly. 

"My name is Jake and this here is Tommy." They 
paused, waiting for reciprocal introductions, but we 
stared instead. "We work over in Durham, at Duke." 

A why-do-we-always-meet-maintenence-men 
look sprung up between us. We remained silent. 



"Now that nobody here is a stranger, tell us about 
yourselves." The same guy did all the talking while 
the other looked on, his eyes strained and 
uncomfortable. 

I decided it was time to make a move and tell 
them something about ourselves. I reached across 
the table and squeezed Marta's hand, and we 
looked blissful and euphoric. Finally, the strong silent 
one spoke. 

"Come on, Jake," he said. 

They left. 

"It's always the man of few words who takes 
control," Marta said at last. "I read that in 
Cosmopolitan." 

Since Marta revealed this priceless bit of 
imformation to me, I have searched both Spanky's 
and Harrison's for the strong silent type that takes 
control, but so far my search has been in vain. 




The night I asked my friend Gordon to 
go out with me, I just wanted to drink a 
quiet pitcher of beer in a dark corner; but 
Gordon had a different evening plan- 
ned. 

"Come on," he said, "let's go dancing. 
It's beach night at Purdy's." 

"Great, maybe they'll play some New 
Wave music." 

"Okay," he said, "If you'd rather go sit 
in a corner at Troll's and romanticize 
about your Janis Ian complex, that's fine 
with me." 

"No, really I'm hungry. Let's eat some- 
thing first." 

"How about moseyin' down to Roy's, 
paaadner, and rustlin' us up a holster of 
fries and a branded cheeseburger?" 



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"Git along little dogey," I said, and so 
we went. 

The corral was crowded at Roy's, so I 
ordered forbothi of us. Meanwtiile, back at 
ttie condinnent bar, Gordon was checking 
out \he fixin's. 

"Watch out," I warned when I carried 
over our tray. "Somebody left a hoofprint in 
the cole slaw." 

As I spread a dollop of mayonnaise on 
my bun, Gordon squeezed horseradish 
sauce all over his burger. He was sure to 
develop scar tissue in his throat before the 
night was over. We ate, and as we went 
out the door, he breathed, "Happy trails, 
indeed." 

Walking back toward town, we passed 
a gang of high school guys in the old Belk 
parking lot, lounging on car hoods and 
smoking. 

Gordon said, "When I was in high 
school, the place to hang out was the 
Granville lot. Looks like they've moved 
down the street." 









I hissed, "Shhh! Look who's conning," 
Hurrying toward us, head down, came the Bog 
Lady. Her mukluks squished as she walked, clutch- 
ing her grocery bags snugly at her sides. We 
slowed, then split so she could pass between us 
Never before had I been so close to her, but before 
I could nod or snnile, she whisked by, pushing the 
dense gray nnat of hair over her eyes. Her long 
shadow shortened beneath the streetlights. 

"Umm," said Gordon. In silence we passed 
Shoney's, crossed the square, and walked on. The 
bars were beginning to close, letting out weaving 
couples who were wondering what to do next, eat 
or go to bed. A group of townies stood in the gray 
cast of a TV left running in the window of Foister's 
watching the Midnight Special and relating to 
Wolfman Jock. 

'"I think I'm going to go to bed," I said, then 
paused. "Why don't you wait with me till the bus 
comes?" 

"Okay," Gordon said, "but only if I don't have to 
hold your hand." He was kidding; I wasn't. I really 
did want to hold his hand. To touch, to press against 
someone like me. To feel his familiarity. 

"But that's the part that's most fun." Playfully I 
punched his arm and held on. 

"Sorry, lady," he said. "Here comes your bus." He 
shook me off as the bus turned the corner by the 
Blue Ram. I pulled out my faded bus pass; Gordon 
started back to his dorm, walking briskly. As I got on 
the bus, he looked over shoulder and said, "Here's 
the question of the evening: Where does the Bag 
Lady sleep when it rains?" He didn't wait for an an- 
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BRICKS OF CLAY; A WHITMAN'S SAMPLER 

BY Don Woodard 



A North Carolina song, 

I sing fhe praises of UNC. 

I see the red brick plains, O great busyworl<, 

marking our ancestors' paths across the once 

green leaves of grass. 
I see too, like the wing'd eagle soaring, 

rising in defiance of our crying voices. 
The prices of the Student Stores. 

Scholarship! O Fellov^/ship! O Bullship! 

1 look out upon the sea of faces heading to their 

great destinies and destinations. 
To English, 

To Radioteievisionmotionpictures, 
To Pre-Spring, Eternal Spring, football practice. 
I hear the Great Horns, 
O Great Horns, 
Blowing and anger'd at the chrome and steel autos 

blocking the massive and solemn trucks come 

for the Dempsey-Dumpsters. 
And Time and Red Tape, 
Thou Drop-Add, 
Thou "you'll-have-to-go-back-to-Hanes-Hall-for-the- 

proper-forms," 
Thou motionless, stagnant lines, 

vigil! 

1 sing of the endangered, the species N-2, N-3: 
The once myriad spaces betwixt which our cars 

have rest'd. 
Now sacrific'd for the gods of Endow'd Libraries, 
No Parking, No Parking, No Parking. 
When I heard this year the learn 'd Administrator, 
When he spoke of substantial student fee increases. 
When the diagrams and debates puli'd the wool 

over my eyes. 
And my input was considered not, 
I looked up in perfect silence at the calendar. 
Come May, come May. 

I praise the quick hands of Dudley Bradley. 
I curse the bald head of Lefty the Harmless. 
And in perfect awe I sing a song of the Dean, 
Thou four corners which leave the faint heart stili'd. 
Thou Kansas twang whose gentle tone could sell 

Ford Pintos equip'd with Firestone 500s, 
Thou team concept. 

I sing of Academia, 

The sweeping arms of professors present during 

their posted office hours. 
Be you tenur'd. 
Or burning midnight flourescence before the maw 

of non-renewal. 
Or falling behind the Syllabus with anecdotes of 

the Great War (sea stories) or 

my-life-and-ti mes-as-a-kid. 



I lift my voice to the lost. 

Souls searching the bowels of Wilson Library, 

Souls dazed with the fruitful jargon 

of Student Affairs, 
Souls (O youth and innocence!] tripi'd in the 

dorms of the South. 

I sing of the forth-coming. 

Of student body elections (O purpose!). 

Of Springfest and the bodies laid prone in a binge. 

Of the moment, ever-approaching, dressed in 

Carolina Blue, when we stand to be 

recognized in an instant. 

wondrous Bachelor of Arts! 

1 sing of the Wound- Dressers, 
Thou aspirin, thou miracles. 

Thou patience when in our blind rage, 
we unreasonably expect our blood and sweat to 
be attended within this academic year. 

Knowing of my inconsistencies in the Social rites. 
Still I sing of times this town has and has not 

made good my evening ventures. 
My struggles with women forever shampooing 

their hair. 
Forever having guests down for the weekend. 
Forever having other plans. 
O elusive dates! 

eternities wasted, spent shuffling my feet in 
goodnight-kiss doonA/ays. 

And the quest for the bright orb. whose neon 

flashes "Stroh's, Stroh's," 
Guides me past the Sam of Silence (O great joke 

of my freshman year!). 
And finds me 'neath the taps of beer, sweet nectar. 

Four years! 

1 consider an out-of-state freshman. 
Out of the cradle endlessly rocking, 

Fresh from the pageant of high school BMOC, 

Staring with wonder at the 20,000, 

But a dogwood in the forest immense. 

I consider myself. 

Where to go, where to go. 

And what shall my major be? 

Then, in the flash golden that flies through classes 

I can no longer recall. 
It is the year Senior. 

UNC, be you my placement center. 

Be you my meaningless four-year playground. 
Be you my holding pattern, 

1 sing to the Harken'd sound. 

O Graduation! O Graduation! O Graduation! 



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As Student Body President Jim Phillips finished his inau- 
gural address, one long-time observer of Student Govern- 
ment commented that, "His speech was like asking for choco- 
late milk in the school cafeteria." Students, faculty members, 
and administrators alike shared this dismal perception of Stu- 
dent Government's effectiveness. In the eyes of many. Student 
Government was merely a playground for budding campus 
politicos. 

It was a perception the Phillips Administration sought to 
change, and did. A year later, even Chancellor Taylor said that, 
"In the last three years, it seems to me that Student Govern- 
ment moved ahead in terms of students' perception of Stu- 
dent Government becoming stronger and more effective." 

Victories on the parking deck issue, extension of the drop 
period, and the successful conclusion of Springfest, coupled 
with the renewed vigor of the Honor System and greater struc- 
turing of the budgetary process underscored what Student 



Government had become: a more effective instrument of 
projecting student opinion into the bureaucratic maze of the 
University's decision-making process. 

Past Student Governments were traditionally involved in 
administrative decisions, but as the University grew, the ad- 
ministration became an impersonal bureaucracy largely sepa- 
rated from students. "When I came into office," Phillips said, 
"there was no regular system of student input and few stu- 
dents had ever faced or worked with a University bureauc- 
racy." 

This year, under Phillip's direction, Student Government 
established an understanding of administrative mechanisms. 
Backed by a strong staff under the direction of Executive 
Assistants Craig Brown, Stacy Stubbs, and J.B. Kelly, who was 
overwhelmingly elected to succeed Phillips, Student Govern- 
ment had a significant impact on numerous University deci- 
sions. The results were impressive. 



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Under the leadership of Attorney General Suzie Mitchell, the once 
maligned Honor System made an impressive comeback. With the controver- 
sial "rat clause" deleted from The Instrument of Judicial Governance, a 
strong educational effort in operation for the first time, and the designation of 
suspension as the normative sanction for Honor Code violations, the number 
of Honor Court cases, especially those reported by students, increased 
dramatically during the 1 978-79 academic year. It was strong evidence that a 
weakened Honor System was vigoroursly retuming to health. 

Throughout the year, the Executive Branch faced a series of diverse — and 
often divisive — issues at all levels in the University community. The first 
controversial issue confronted was the looming campus parking crunch, and 
the University Administration's proposal to build a new 800-space parking 
deck behind the present hospital deck. Convinced that the proprosed parking 



deck did not address the long range transportation 
needs of the University community. Student Gov- 
ernment, led by Local Affairs Director Heather Weir, 
lobbied hard with the Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen 
to block a special use permit required for the deck's 
construction. Stung by successive 5-4 Board of Al- 
dermen votes rejecting the University's application for 
such a permit, administrators were forced to make a 
real commitment to park-ride lots. Early the following 
spring, Student Government successfully lobbied the 
Vice-Chancellor's Committee on Parking and Trans- 
portation to retain student parking zones near the 
campus. 



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The Campus Governing Council budget hearings, traditionally the first 
stumbling block faced by Student Government, passed with unusual 
smoothness. Led by CGC Speaker Randall Williams and Finance Committe 
Chairperson Rhonda Black, the spring hearings were the first to be con- 
ducted under the auspices of a streamlined budget bill passed during the 
previous session. Despite the greater paperwork and time involved, many felt 
that the CGC had taken a crucial step in reducing the sometimes arbitrary 
nature of previous budgetary allocations. Nearly 5330.000 in student fees 
were allocated to campus organizations by Student Body Treasurer Jim 
Shaffner and his successor. Bill Parmelee. during 1978-79. 



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Even more impressive was Student 
Government's expanded role with the 
Board of Trustees. Designated as a 
Trustee by his election as Student 
Body President, Phillips brought new 
issues and student concerns to the at- 
tention of the University's highest, 
though often invisible, governing 
body. At Phillips' suggestion, the 
Board held its first open meeting with 
the student body this past fall, where 
one informed Trustee asked 
(apologetically), "What is Drop-Add?" 
Though defeated in his efforts to sec- 
ure Athletic Department funding for 
Sports Clubs, Phillips successfully 
forced the shift of $25,000 in Student 
Stores profits from athletic schol- 
arships to a more general scholarship 
category. 

Academic policy, however, was the 
key issue for the Phillips Administra- 
tion. Extension of the four week drop 
period remained on the front burner of 
student opinion, as it had for nearly 
two years. But where past Student 
Governments had failed, the Phillips 
Administration did not. In February, 
the Educational Policy Committee 
(EPC) rejected, by a narrow 5-4 vote, a 
proposal to extend the drop period 



from four to six weeks. A month later, in a sharp tumaround brought about by strong 
Student Government lobbying, the Faculty Council rejected the EPC's recommendation 
and voted by an overwhelming margin to extend the drop period to six weeks. 

"They (the faculty and administration) were impressed by our effort and commitment," 
Phillips said. "Executive Assistant Craig Brown headed the drive and was instrumental in its 
passage. " Vice-Chancellor of Student Affairs Donald Boulton and Faculty Council Chair- 
person Daniel Pollitt also made strong contributions to the successful Student Govern- 
ment drop period effort. 







Building upon tlie limited efforts of previous years, Student Govern- 
ment initiated its biggest project in years: Springfest. "Initially," Phillips 
said, "We wanted to sfiow students an actual return for tfieir fees and 
involve more students in Student Government." As the project began in 
the late fall, most University administrators were skeptical of the idea; 
even after a decade, Jubilee was fresh in their minds. "The administra- 
tion." Phillips said, "felt we should be dealing with Morrison waterfights 
and enforcing visitation — and here we were taking on a 5100,000 
project." Organized by Jay Turvo. Springfest featured Jimmy Buffett, the 
Spinners, and Nantucket. The April concert ran smoothly, attracted over 
18,000 spectators, and was a financial success. 

Black-white relations were the most disappointing issue for Student 



Government this year. "Between HEW's suit and Dean 
Renwick's charges," Phillips said, "the atmosphere was 
not conducive to making strides in race relations. But 
the Black Student Movements relationship with Stu- 
dent Government was not adversarial, and whenever we 
had the opportunity to work together, we worked to- 
gether pretty well." 

Overall, 1978-79 marked the most successful year 
Student Government has had in recent memory. As 
Phillips' successor J.B. Kelly noted, "The Phillips Ad- 
ministration made Student Government respectable in 
the eyes of the students, faculty, and the University Ad- 
ministration." 

Working with this administration was the toughest 
and most frustrating thing Phillips had to do. "With a 
few exceptions, it seemed that administrators tried to 
stifle student input, rather than encourage it, which 
seems contrary to the entire concept of the University." 
Phillips said. "Most University administrators seemed 
more concerned with the business aspect than the 
people their decisions affected," he concluded. 

Elected on the first ballot to succeed Phillips as Stu- 
dent Body President, J.B. Kelly summed up the 
changes that had occurred over the past year: "Stu- 
dents are now consulted. Everywhere tfiat decisions are 
being made which affect students, students will be 
there. We're being relied upon to provide suggestions 
and information. We're at the point now where students 
can affect decisions. We can only build upon past ef- 
forts, and we intend to do so." 

It might be said that hard work breeds success, while 
success breeds respectability. In sharp contrast to its 
immediate predecessors, the Phillips Administration — 
and Student Government — made significant and last- 
ing accomplishments this year. What remains to be 
seen is whether Student Government can build upon 
the solid initiatives of its recent past, and continue to 
meet the challenge of responsibly reflecting the needs 
and interests of a diverse student population. 




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Attention turned to campus politics during student 
body elections this year, with four candidates for the 
office of Student Body President and a hotly con- 
tested dispute over the Daily Tar Heel editorship. 

J.B. Kelly, a junior political science major from 
Jacksonville, Rorida, was the first to declare his can- 
didacy for the position of Student Body President. 
Chris Mackie and Richard Klimkiewicz followed suit, 
with Harold Schumuck joining in as the self- 
appointed representative of the Student Apathy Party. 
Schmuck, alias Dennis Maggard, claimed to be a 
drunkard major from Franklin and promised free sex 
and beer for all if he were elected. Gordon Adcox also 
announced his candidacy but failed to meet the dead- 
line for submitting his petition, even after he was 
granted an extension by the Elections Board. 

Four candidates also announced their intention to 
run for editor of the Daily Tar Heel. Allen Openshaw, 
who had no previous journalism experience, criticized 
the DTH for covering bits and pieces of entertain- 
ment like a comic strip. He was unable to make the 
Feb. 14 ballot. Reid Tuvim and David Stacks, both 
journalism majors, felt that the Tar Heel suffered 
from several correctible problems. Stacks hoped to 
increase distribution and create an ombudsman for 
every dorm, fraternity, and sorority. Tuvim, however, 
believed that the DTH needs more of a "go out and 
find the news" approach. Allen Jernigan planned to 
broaden the scope of the Tar Heel and to make it the 
only paper students need to read. 

In the presidential campaign, Kelly claimed experi- 
ence to be the major issue, emphasizing his own ex- 
tensive involvement in Student Government. In its 



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endorsement of Kelly, the DTH also stressed his ex- 
perience to be of great significance. The editorial 
characterized Kelly as a candidate with a "broad 
range of experience, talent, enthusiasm and ideas to 
deal with a broad range of issues." For editor, the 
DTH supported Jernigan, who, the paper claimed, 
would stress fairness and professionalism. 

Heavy voter turnout (5200) brought J.B. Kelly an 
easy victory over his opponents. Kelly expressed con- 
fidence that the vote represented a mandate not only 
for his candidacy, but for the Phillips Administration 
as well. In the editorial race, Jernigan captured 39.3% 
of the vote while Stacks placed second with 35.1% 
and Tuvim finished with 25.6%. In other contests. Matt 
Judson easily defeated Ricky May for Carolina Ath- 
letic Association President, and Janet Moss and 
Karen Tagalos won the race for senior class President 
and Vice-President. 

While the winners relaxed. Stacks and Jernigan 
geared up for the Feb. 21 run-off. Due to a heavy 
snowfall on that date, the run-off was marked by an 
unusually low turnout of 3,536; Stacks took 53% of 
the vote while Jernigan won only 47%. As a result of 
irregularities at the polls, the Elections Board decided 
not to certify the run-off results even though neither 
candidate had filed a formal complaint. On March 12, 
however, the Board reversed its decision. Jernigan 
appealed. On March 20, the Student Supreme Court 
heard its first case in ten years, with Jernigan as plain- 
tiff and Elections Board Chairperson Jil Linker and 
David Stacks as defendants. After more than a month 
of uncertainty over the editorship, the Supreme Court 
voted 4-1 to uphold the election of Stacks to that 
position. 





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RHA 



Through leadership training, educational 
services and social programming, ONC's 
Residence Hall Association works to improve 
the quality of life for students living in resi- 
dence halls. Enthusiasm characterizes the 
RHA's approach to its duties, as its member- 
ship was voted "Most Spirited" at the annual 
convention of the National Association of 
College and University Residence Halls. 
CJNC's RHA also won the competition to host 
the national convention in 1980. 

During 1978-79 the RHA confronted a 
number of controversial issues not easily re- 
solved. In December, the RHA Board of Gov- 
ernors voted to withhold residence hall funds 
from the Orientation Commission. With an 
expanded eight day Orientation planned for 
Fall 1979, the RHA felt that the increased 
funds needed by the Commission consti- 
tuted an unreasonable burden on residence 
hall social fees, a position which led to severe 
criticism from the Office of Student Affairs. 

The RHA also worked to extend residence 
hall visitation hours. In a report compiled by 
the Association, the establishment of a 
roommate's bill of rights and two student 
judiciary courts was proposed. Although the 
report was completed in April, the University 
Administration delayed action on the RHA's 
proposals. 

As the school year ended, the RHA was 
torn by internal controversy. Citing differ- 
ences in interests. Everett, Lewis, and Aycock 
residence halls voted to leave the Morehead 
Confederation; Stacy and Graham also voted 
to leave the Confederation but did not 
achieve the two-thirds majority needed. As a 
result of the split in Lower Quad, Everett, 
Lewis, and Aycock plan to ask for recogni- 
tion as an Olde Campus residence college. 
Under the leadership of President Don Fox 
and his successor William Porterfield, a re- 
vitalized RHA is working hard to meet the 
needs and voice the concerns of the 6,600 
students living in University Housing. 








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BLACK 

STUDENT 

MOVEMENT 





The Black Student Movement serves as an advocate of the 
needs and interests of the black community on campus. Pro- 
grams are directed toward cultural development, academic 
couseling and social enrichment, and membership is open to 
all students (regardless of race). The goals of the BSM are not 
to create a separatist atmosphere, but to increase awareness 
among students and administrators of the problems which 
face black students in a historically white environment. "We 
are primarily a service organization designed to protect the 
academic, cultural, political, and social interests of the black 
students at GNC," explained former chairperson Allen John- 
son. "It is our goal to provide a sense of black community." 

Groups sponsored by the Black Student Movement include 
Black Ink, the Gospel Choir, Ebony Readers, and Opeyo 
Dancers. In conjunction with WXYC, BSM held a semi-annual 








Soul Train Disco; Miss BSM 
was crowned at the annual 
Coronation Ball; and the 
week-long Black Arts Festi- 
val was revived this year, 
featuring actress Cicely 
Tyson and the New York 
Community Choir. 



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On April 4, approximately 200 students 
marched on South Building to protest sev- 
eral policies of the University involving the 
presence of minorities on campus. Issues of 
debate included the denial of tenure to 
Sonja Stone (director of the Afro-American 
Studies Curriculum), the University's failure 
to establish an office of minority affairs, and 
the inadequate recruitment of qualified 
black students. 

Protest marches have become a recog- 
nized vehicle for the Black Student Move- 
ment to demonstrate its demands concern- 
ing campus issues. When BSM was estab- 
lished ten years ago, it presented a list of 23 
grievances to the administration. Since that 
time, members of BSM have staged dem- 
onstrations at University Day, at Campus 
Governing Council budget hearings, at 
speeches delivered in Memorial Hall, and 
most recently at a tour of the campus con- 
ducted by representatives of the Department 
of Health, Education, and Welfare. Although 
some changes have been enacted, progress 
has been slow and minimal. 

Prior to the march, members of the BSM 



requested a meeting with Samuel William- 
son, Dean of the College of Arts and Sci- 
ences. Williamson claimed he could not ar- 
range a meeting before April 24. Provost 
Charles Morrow refused to address the 
crowd, although he did meet with two BSM 
leaders in his office. Chancellor N. Ferebee 
Taylor responded by telling members of the 
BSM that "as students you have no recourse 
but to accept administrative decisions," yet 
he defended their right to protest peacefully. 
Former BSM chairperson Allen Johnson 
explained one of the difficulties he faced in 
dealing with the administration: "Never 
could we get two principal administrators in 
the same room at the same time during this 
controversy. Dean Renwick was always wil- 
ling, but the Chancellor was not." "This ad- 
ministration has a deaf ear toward the needs 
of not only black students but students in 
general," said William Bynum, current BSM 
chairperson. "1 think that it is a shame that 
we should have to demonstrate our con- 
cerns in this manner . . . Due to the insen- 
sitivity of the administration toward our con- 
cerns, we feel that we have to fight." 




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ECOS acts as a forum for the expression of 
environmental concerns. Activities sponsored by 
ECOS include campus-wide newspaper re- 
cycling, films, guest speakers, and Out-Reacfi (a 
program of letter-writing and petitioning in- 
tended to influence governmental policy on spe- 
cific issues). 

This year, members of ECOS participated in 
the "No Nukes" campaign, attended state and 
national "No Nukes" rallies, and staged a "die-in" 
(simulated nuclear accident) in the Pit to protest 
construction of the Shearon Han-is nuclear power 
plant. The organization also supported the "bot- 
tle bill," and sponsored films on nuclear energy, a 
forum and tour of solar homes, and a Wilderness 
Preservation program. 



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CELLAR DOOR 



Dorothy Hill, editor 




The Oldest College Publication in the United States 
Founded in 1844 

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1861 North Carolina Magazine 

1920 New Carolina Magazine 

1949 Carolina Quarterly 



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TELLER SNORE 

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CELLAR DOOR is ClNC's undergraduate literary magazine. 




Elizabeth Moose, editor 



DI-PHI 



The roots of the Dialectic 
and Philanthropic Literary 
Societies are embedded in 
the very foundations of the 
University. Begun only 
months after the University 
opened its doors in 1 795, the 
Societies provided an oppor- 
tunity for students to polish 
their speaking abilities 
through debates and oratory 
contests. The Philanthropic 
Society provided discussion 
of contemporary literature 
since there was no English 
curriculum at the time. 

These two societies be- 
came such an integral part of 
the University that at one 
point all students were re- 
quired to belong to either one 
society or the other. Housed 
in New West and New East, 
the Societies met in plush 
damask and mahogany 
chambers upon whose walls 
hung the portraits of such 
notables as President James 
K. Polk and University foun- 
der William R. Davie. The 
Societies also maintained lib- 
raries which, when merged 
with the University Library, 
provided over 16,000 vol- 
umes to help form the mod- 
ern UNC library system. 
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the Societies lost their foot- 
hold as the center of campus 
life. The Yackety Yack and 

Student Government, once 
projects of Di-Phi, became 
independent organizations. 
Social entertainment, films, 
and spectator sports replaced 
the Saturday night meetings 
as the social events of the 
week. 

In 1959, the Societies 
merged to become what 



is presently known as 
Di-Phi. Membership declined 
throughout the 60s and 70s. 
Experiencing near death in 
1971 with only one member, 
the Societies have sub- 
sequently had a minor re- 
surgence in membership. 

The contemporary Di-Phi 
claims to be an organization 
which helps the student learn 
to think more clearly and 
communicate more effec- 



tively. Di-Phi annually awards 
the Willie P. Magnum Medal 
for excellence in oratory. 
Each semester the Societies 
stage public debates between 
UNC faculty members and 
sponsor educational pro- 
grams where members and 
visitors are encouraged to ex- 
press themselves on issues of 
interest 




READERS' 
THEATRE 



Often placed on a continuum between 
oral interpretation and dramatic art. Readers' 
Theatre lacks elaborate sets and costuming, 
although the limitations stop there. By adapt- 
ing prose for the stage, Readers' Theatre 
provides a unique avenue of creative free- 
dom for actor and audience alike. 

Under the direction of faculty advisor 
Martha Hardy, the 1978-79 Readers' Theatre 
produced The Loves of Clarence and 
Rosannah, directed by Reggie Schloss, The 
Ransom of Red Chief, directed by P.W. 
Casey, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, 
directed by Dace McPherson, and Consider 
the Rabbit: An Anthology, directed by Tim 
McManus. 




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Cold Storage 



The Playmakers Repertory Company began 
the 1978-79 season with an adaptation of Bram 
Stotcer's chiller Dracula. The Count, professional 
actor Michael Lipton, played to a full house for a 
three week run and a one week hold-over. Fol- 
lowing the success of Dracula, Threads ap- 
peared at the new Paul Green Theatre in a world 
premier presentation. Playmaker producer Tom 
Haas and playwright Johnathan Bolte, a native 
North Carolinian, collaborated to portray the re- 
turn of a successful young man to his Piedmont 
hometown. 

Cold Storage, a portrayal of life in a hospital 
cancer ward, preceded Eugene O'Neill's Long 
Day's Joumey Into Night. GNC drama student 
John Daggan portrayed the sensitive and in- 
secure Edmund, alias Eugene O'Neill. 

After the success of last year's Hamlet, Tom 
Haas chose to produce Macbeth in a version of the 
classic adapted for modern audiences. The 
Playmakers Repertory Company closed its season 
with the George Kaufman/Moss Hart classic You 
Can't Take It With You. Seven GNC grad- 
uate drama students appeared in the comedy 
alongside the Repertory Company's regular stand- 
outs. Following a successful and varied schedule 
this year, the Company plans to continue a similar 
agenda in the future by presenting a balance of 
traditional drama and modern plays. Although un- 
dergraduate drama majors have very little opportu- 
nity for on-stage experience in the program, PRC 
provides a strong season of dramatic perfor- 
mances for community enjoyment. 



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Operating within the black walls of Graham Memori- 
al, Lab Theatre provides an opportunity for graduate 
and undergraduate students in the Department of 
Dramatic Art to obtain first-hand experience in all as- 
pects of theatrical production. Although some sets and 
costumes are used, the focus is on acting; many per- 
formances are also student-directed. 

This year's performances included The Bald Sop- 
rano, Chauffeur (written by Mike Dixon), The Wisp in 
the Wind scenes. Curse of the Starving Class, Domino 
Courts, 365 Days, Cole Porter Review, Freud Left 
Town, Zanni, Six Characters in Search of an Author, 
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and The Wager. 



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GNC YOUNG DEMOCRATS 




While non-election years are usually un- 
eventful for most political organizations, tfie 
CJNC Young Democrats found themselves ac- 
tively involved in John Ingram's campaign for 
the U.S. Senate. Roy Cooper, President of the 
Young Democrats, served as Ingram's cam- 
paign director for colleges and universities 
across the state. Prior to the November elec- 
tions, the club organized a massive registration 
drive, and later offered rides to the polls on 
election day. As a fund-raising project, the 
Young Democrats sponsored Harry Chapin in 
concert on campus. 




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As the 1980 primaries and elections ap- 
proach, the College Republicans are gearing 
up for a campus-wide membership drive. In 
this year's elections, the group supported 
Jesse Helms' successful re-election to the U.S. 
Senate while concentrating their efforts on be- 
half of two local Republican candidates for 
Clerk of Court and State Senate. The College 
Republicans also hosted membership parties 
and attended state and national conventions 
with College Republicans from other colleges 
and universities. In 1980, they hope to bring a 
major Republican presidential candidate to the 
campus. 




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GPSF 



The Graduate and Professional Student Federation 
represents the graduate programs and departments on 
campus, primarily in financial transactions and negotia- 
tions with the Campus Governing Council. GPSF funds 
support social events, seminars and forums, guest speak- 
ers, and workshops for the 5600 graduate students at 
Carolina. Many CGC representatives have had reserva- 
tions about the substantial appropriation allocated GPSF 
for social events, funding normally denied other student 
groups. During this year's budget hearings, controversy 
arose when GPSF failed to submit an itemized budget for 
each department, and CGC responded by slashing their 
funds from 518,000 to $780. Unless funding is restored, 
this move will shift the emphasis of the Federation from 
financial appropriation to the advocacy of graduate con- 
cerns in the state and University. 



Alumni Association 





DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL WINNERS R_ Armstrong. C Knox Massey, Albert Coates. Dr James Davis, Hugh Morton 




The year 1978-79 was a memor- 
able one for the University's General 
Alumni Association. It was the first 
year membership exceeded 25,000, 
Life Memberships reached 6.800, 
and programming was strengthened 
and expanded. 

The primary contact among 
alumni continued through The 
Alumni Review magazine and Uni- 
versity Report, a tabloid newspaper. 
Approximately 50 chapter meetings 
were held, as well as tours to Ireland, 
Australia, New Zealand. Fiji. Tahiti. 
Scandinavia, and a Trans-Panama 
Canal cruise. Homecoming featured 
a return to the Big Band era with the 
Glenn Miller Orchestra and a dance 
in Woolen Gym. Simultaneous class 
reunions on Commencement 
Weekend attracted more than 1,000 
alumni back to the campus. A 30- 
minute slide presentation, "Hark the 
Sound," narrated by Andy Griffith 
'49, won a national award and was 
shown extensively to alumni and 
campus audiences. The second 
group of Distinguished Service 
Medals was presented, along with 
the eighth group of Distinguished 
Alumnus Awards. 

At year's end. President Harold K. 
Bennett '35 of Ashevilie turned the 
Association's gavel over to Dr. J. 
Dewey Dorsett, Jr. '47 of Charlotte. 
The Association, organized in 1843, 
entered its 136th year with its two 
major purposes unchanged: to sup- 
port the University, and to foster 
friendship among its former stu- 
dents. 



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NROTC 



GMC's Mavy ROTC ranks as one of the oldest programs in the United 
States, having graduated more officers than any other institution except 
the U.S. Naval Academy. The Navy has played an integral part in the 
history of the University; during the Second World War, Navy officers in 
training were virtually the only students on campus. The Scuttlebutt, 
Kessing Pool, the Student Health Building, and the astroturf playing field 
are all products of the Navy's labor on campus. 

The NROTC program trains officers for commissions in either the 
Navy or Marine Corps, involving instruction and activities such as trips to 
Camp Le Jeune and Paris Island. 

Semper Fidelis is a society within NROTC designed to prepare stu- 
dents for Marine Commissions and "To promote the interests and ideals 
of the Marine Corps among the students and faculty of the University." In 
conjunction with the Navy, Semper Fidelis sponsored a winter survival 
training exercise in Vermont. The group is also responsible for cleaning 
Kenan Stadium after football games and sets a goal of performing at 
least six public service projects each year. A highlight of the school year, 
Semper Fidelis commemorates the November 10, 1775, birth of the 
Navy with an annual formal "Mess Night" and ball. 





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Devoted to the training of future Air Force officers, GNC's Air 
Force ROTC program is a total way of life. The first two years of 
the program focus on Air Force history and aerial warfare con- 
cepts, and the junior and senior years deal with the development 
of managerial and leadership skills. Despite the military concen- 
tration required of AFROTC students, the outfit finds time for 
community service, educational trips, and social activities. In the 
past year, AFROTC visited Washington, D.C., with trips to Boi- 
ling and Langley Air Force Bases. 

Arnold Air Society and its sister organization Angel Right even 
assumed the unenviable task of cleaning Kenan Stadium after 
the Springfest Concert. While Arnold Air is a society within the 
AFROTC, Angel Flight is open to all interested students. This 
year, the organizations combined forces to sponsor a blood 
drive, sell balloons for the cancer society, and to organize parties 
and cookouts. Beach weekends, national conventions, and the 
semi-annual formal completed a successful year for AFROTC 
and Angel Right. 



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TORONTO 
EXCHANGE 



Toronto Exchange is a 
cooperative program between 
GNC and the University of To- 
ronto. This year, the group of 
students selected to participate 
enjoyed sleigh rides, rugby 
matches, clogging lessons, a 
punk rock demonstration, and a 
No-Talent Show. Programs also 
included speakers and semi- 
nars focusing on the cultural dif- 
ferences and similarities be- 
tween participants. 

A group of thirty-four Cana- 
dians was hosted on campus 
during the week of Homecom- 
ing. Their trip was highlighted 
by receptions, parties, and a 
Mike Cross concert. GNC stu- 
dents ventured to the frozen 
North in January to return the 
visit. Guitars and dancing 
warmed their welcome in the 
Hart House, an old farm house 
submerged in 10-foot snow 
drifts. 



Susan Brady 

Brad Brainard 

Steve Citron 

Rip Davy 

Judy Dobbins 

Pam Do by 

Anne Fishburne 

Helen Ruth Fleming 

Lyndon Fuller 

Barbara Gordon 

Lindsay Gray 

Mary Anne Handley 

Smith Hanes 

Thomas Hunter 

Chris Hutchins 

Andy Keeler 

Mitch Lerner 

Jim Levine 

Molly MacCormack 

Meg Merrill 

Liz Moore 

Katy Munger 

Debbie Parker 

Page Pless 

Billy Pomeroy 

Pete Redpath 

William S. Robinson 

Jim Snider 

Barry Stanback 

Miller Stevens 

Richard Stevens 

Chiquita Tillman 

Mandia Tshabalala 

Jay Tervo 

Lothine Warren 

Julia Wilkerson 

M.J. Young 



COORDINATORS 

Cindy Blanke 

Clyde Ensslin 

Molly Froelich 

Eric Vernon 

FACULTY ADVISOR 
Christopher Armitage 






A Japanese tea ceremony, a 
German waltz band, and a Thai belly 
dancer — each event brought the 
taste of a different nation to the 
International Festival sponsored by 
the Assoication of International Stu- 
dents. The fall festival attracted over 
300 visitors to its various booths, 
films, and performances. The day- 
long event ended with an interna- 
tional pot-luck dinner and a perfor- 
mance by the Chapel Hill Interna- 
tional Folk Dancers. 

The Association of International 
Students seeks to promote interac- 
tion between American and interna- 
tional students, stressing that its ac- 
tivities are for both groups. Inter- 
ested in international affairs, the As- 
sociation sponsored a spring dinner 
discussion on Iran and the Islamic 
culture. The Association also co- 
sponsored a number of events with 
the Campus Y, such as the Forum 
on the Third World. The AIS pub- 
lishes AGORA, a bi-annual 
magazine devoted to the many 
common interests of American and 
international students. 




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CAMPUS Y 




The Campus Y is sometimes referred to as the 
"conscience of the campus" because the Y is more 
intensely aware of social problems than most campus 
organizations. Marked by its willingness to focus at- 
tention on these problems, the Y sponsors a myriad 
of community and campus activities. 

In March, 60 undergraduates splashed twenty 
miles in a rainstorm for the Campus Y Wall< for Hu- 
manity, raising money for charity and calling attention 
to the plight of Third World countries. Similarly, the 
traditional 24 hour "Fast for a World Harvest" fo- 
cused upon world poverty. On a community basis, 
the Campus Y sponsors tutors and Big Buddy pro- 
grams, and recruits volunteers for the Murdoch 
Center and John Gmstead Hospital. 

The Y's concern with social issues is not restricted 
to an international or community scope, however. 
Throughout the year, the Y schedules student-faculty 
dinner discussions and informal Coffee Klatches on 
such controversial campus topics as HEW, the edu- 
cational focus of the University, and race relations. 
The Y's Committee on Undergraduate Education 
formulated a series of discussions around the many 
issues of higher education, ranging from academic 
advising to the curriculum itself. 

The Y begins each year with its popular Freshman 
Camp, a pre-orientation look at Carolina which brings 
freshmen into contact with professors and student 
leaders. Later in the year, people throughout the Uni- 
versity community look forward to the annual Interna- 
tional and Appalachian Handicrafts Bazaar, a wel- 
come respite from the exams which helps ring in the 
Christmas season. 




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Orientation '79, under the direction of Chairper- 
son Lisa Harper, developed several new programs 
and established an expanded schedule of events to 
acquaint new students with life at Carolina. The 
eight-day Orientation week was designed to em- 
phasize academic, social, and community in- 
volvement. This was achieved through a series of 
"Lifestyles" programs, an all-campus carnival, ex- 
tensive programming in individual residence areas, 
bus tours, and the traditional Convocation. David 
Bromberg, McGuinn, Clark & Hillman, and the 
Original Drifters were also scheduled to perform in 
concert on campus. 



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The Student Consumer Action Gnion provides information and ser- 
vices to students through numerous programs and publications. 
SCAG conducts bi-weekly comparisons of local food prices and main- 
tains a consumer hotline for information and complaints. This year, 
members of SCAG also prepared the facts and figures used by Student 
Government concerning the Student Health Service. 

"The Franklin Street Gourmet." one of SCACi's most widely distri- 
buted booklets, is published annually and provides candid descriptions 
of area restaurants and snack bars. The pamphlet "Southern Part of 
Heaven" has been recognized as the most complete housing guide in 
any North Carolina town. "Wheeling and Dealing" serves as a guide for 
the purchase and maintenance of bicycles, while "Sight and Sound" 
contains similar information for camera and audio equipment. The 
"Automotive Guide" and the "Consumer Health Handbook" provide 
tips on automotive repair services and health care in the area. SCAG 
also publishes "C*A*S*H," a guide to banks in the Chapel Hill- 
Carrboro community, as well as a pamphlet for out-of-state students 
seeking N.C. residency for tuition purposes. 

Under the direction of Chairperson Ralph Aubrey. SCACJ continued 
to defend student interests and meet the needs of student consumers 
in the University community throughout the year. 



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CGA 



The Carolina Qay Association serves as an educational 
organization and support group for the gay community. 
Fostering interpersonal communication, CQA helps gays 
deal with the problems and frustrations of living in a pre- 
dominantly heterosexual society. Both gays and straight 
students participate in CQA sponsored activities. 

CGA began the year by sponsoring its annual Qay 
Awareness Week. The weeklong series of workshops, dis- 
cussions, and social meetings was aimed towards all sex- 
ual relationships and preferences. In April, the Southeast- 
ern Conference of Lesbians and Gay Men met on the 
GNC campus. The conference, entitled "Gnity Through 
Diversity," heightened awareness of different lifestyles 
within the gay community. The limited funds allocated to 
the Association by Student Government are used to fi- 
nance a library, an outreach program, and the Gay 
Awareness Week. In the future, CGA hopes to extend its 
services to more people in the community at large. 





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The Association for Women Students 
sponsors a wide range of programs 
designed to meet the diverse needs of 
all women on campus. 

In September, AWS and Women in 
Law co-sponsored a symposium on 
"Sex Discrimination and the Law." 
Focusing on the legal status of 
women and cases of employment dis- 
crimination, the program also in- 
cluded seminars on cohabitation and 
battered women. AWS also published 
a Women's Resource Book, which 
provides information on counseling 
services, rape prevention, women's 
studies programs, and women's 
sports. In the spring, a lecture by 
Nancy Friday, author of My Mother, 
My Self, and a Women's Health Sym- 
posium highlighted the Association's 
activities. Throughout the year, how- 
ever. AWS focused its energies on 
the passage of the Equal Rights 
Amendment in North Carolina. 



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See Voral Blow UP UP UP 



The eleven-inch icicle had been melt- 
ing since nine o'clocl< that morning. It 
dripped lazily, splashing its coolness onto 
the pink brick walk surrounding the newly 
constructed English building, Greenlaw 
was a brainchild of the Big Architecture 
period; the building's eager designer 
drew her original blueprint to compare in 
height with the World Trade Center in New 
York, or at least Chicago's Sears building, 
Many modifications later, this miniature 
version of the original plan was built at 
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, She rose from 
the center of campus with the planned 
potential of great height, yet ended ab- 
ruptly, stunted to the shape of a square - 
as if the builder was overwhelmed with his 
task and simply roofed over the building 
rather than continue stacking pink and 
white bricks. At eleven-fifteen Voral Chaff 
grinned into the January sunshine as he 
tiptoed out Greenlaw's front door. He 
darted to safety behind a grainy white pil- 
lar, "And not a single student noticed 
me!" he thought, Voral was delighted that 
he had eluded the other students. His 
monthly thesis conference with Dr. 
Downter was in Greenlaw, and today 
Voral had remembered to wear white to 
camouflage himself against the white of 
the Building so she wouldn't notice him ei- 
ther as he crept out her doors. "Someday," 
thought Voral, "I will do even bigger and 
greater things, like Daddy says I will. I have 
almost escaped from my pink and white 
enemy - that is, big for now. Later I will 
rise upup in the world, I will do, I must do," 
he corrected himself, "a very great thing," 
Voral wanted to laugh out loud at the mil- 
ling students who did not realize that he 
was about to escape from Greenlaw 
without her even knowing he was there, 
but he stifled his impulse. Any noise might 




cause the couple under the archway to 
look up and see him pressed against the 
wall, his albino skin blending imperfectly 
with the light brick. "They might tell Green- 
law I'm here," he thought anxiously, "bet- 
ter escape now." His pink eyes narrowed 
and he began creeping from pillar to pil- 
lar, the thick cotton of his father's medical 
jacket picking against the rough brick. He 
hesitated at the corner to watch a squirrel 
hop from a melting snowman onto a 
dogwood and click rapidly up the damp 
trunk. He heard a rush, a whisper of 
movement above him. He jerked his head 
farther up; the icicle stabbed, Voral 
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At Student Health Services a tall 
psychologist talked to a silent Voral about 
the monumental pressures of attempting a 
major research paper as a college 
freshman; a male nurse at the infirmary put 
a Band-Aid on Voral's cut white cheek. A 
red-headed orderly elbowed the desk 
nurse and pointed at Voral's retreating fig- 
ure knowingly. 

"Doctor Chaff's oldest boy," he said. 

"The Doctor Chaff, the Research 
Triangle Doctor Chaff?" she said, startled. 
The young nurse put on her glasses in pub- 
lic for the first time in two years. "Is it true 
that he's a genius like his father?" she said 
a moment later. 

The orderly shrugged. "How could he 
help but be? Mrs. Falle at Admissions 





nearly peed in her pants when Chaff sent 
his son's application here. No SAT score, 
no high school grades with it — just a cer- 
tificate from Upper Academy - but I have 
it on good authority that she mailed out his 
acceptance letter before she left for 
lunch." 

"It's amazing to me that anyone could 
have an intellect like that," the nurse 
sighed. "What is his I.Q.?" 

"His father's is 190. I don't know about 
the boy. Probably more. His mom's bright, 
too." 

The nurse shook her head. "I wonder 
what somebody like that thinks about." 

Voral sat hidden behind a large 
rhododendron bush so Greenlaw could 
not jeer at him over yesterday's episode 
and drank a strawberry milkshake, 
warmed from twenty minutes in the sun. 
And Voral was still drinking. He sucked on 
the straw, drawing the pink liquid just up to 
his mouth, then let go and watched it slide 
back down into the Dixie Cup. 

"Up, up, up," he said softly to his shake. 



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"Just like me." That night he typed on his 
thesis, 

The following Saturday Voral sat in the 
Women's Gymnasium and looked at the 
basketball nets with disdain. 

"You ruin it," he accused one white 
net. One daring evening when Voral was 
eleven he had run away from his father's 
house and had come to a basketball 
game. He had watched with trembling 
excitement each time the ball leapt into 
the air, and then miserably hid his face 
behind the plaid-shirted armpit of a burly 
man beside him when the ball fell down 
again. Six minutes into the game the 
man had shaken bright-eyed Voral off 
his arm: ~~What is this? Knock it off, 
wouldja punk?" The next time a long- 
legged player had scored and Voral 
had hidden the man thrust his oily face at 
Voral's white one. 

"Jeezus," he said, his oversized mouth 
only inches away. "When are you going 
to grow up?" Voral had beamed back 
at the man when he said the word "up," 
Now, alone in Women's Gym, he could 
pretend that the balls sailed up and up 





and up and never came down. Voral 
giggled. He typed again that night. 

The stack of used typing paper beside 
Voral's radiator grew steadily. He 
watched it grow with satisfaction - there 
were many sheets now, four hundred at 
least. He remembered his advisor's words 
this morning: 

"I received that note from your father 
and I respect your desire to keep your 
thesis topic private until you submit it. It's 
unprecedented, but under the cir- 
cumstances I respected it. I've never ad- 
vised a freshman who was writing a 
thesis before, so I will admit to you right 
off that I felt intimidated by the prospect. 
But I didn't feel so intimidated that I didn't 
do a little research on you. According to 
the records at Admissions your Scholastic 
Aptitude Test score was 1590." 

The advisor had peered then at Voral, 
looking at him more closely than anyone 
since a burly man at a basketball game 
had looked and called him punk. "But 
you didn't make a 1590, did you," Voral's 
advisor had continued gently. "You 
made a 590 and added the 1 when you 
mailed your own copy to the University in 
August, didn't you?" Voral had been 
pleased with this recognition, "I keep 
up," he had chortled. 



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The ideas that had been wandering 
in Voral's linnited brain for seventeen 
years melded and took form Sunday 
as he sat in a birch tree across from 
Greenlaw building, his spindly legs 
wrapped tightly around a stout limb. 

"I'm going to blow it up," he whis- 
pered into the thickness of the moon- 
less night. "Up, up, up, you do not go 
up," he explained to the square pink 
and white building. "Not like me," he 
said, and giggled at his cleverness. 
"When I tell Daddy I have blown up 
Greenlaw, he will be proud. Up is a 
wonderful thing. This is a great thing." 

Voral positioned his stack of typing 
paper on top of an air vent on Green- 
law roof, then raced bock downstairs 
as the sun met the flat horizon Monday 
morning. At seven-thirty, as the same 
sun began its journey upward into the 
sky, Voral pressed his mouth against a 
basement heating pipe and blew up 
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WILLIAM C. FRIDAY 
President 



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A Plea for Affirmative Action 

1978-79 marked another year of limited racial progress 
for the University, with black enrollment constituting 6.8% 
of the student body and black professors comprising but 
2.5% of the faculty. Not surprisingly, Affirmative Action 
was one of the major issues confronting University 
administrators, and the response was slow and 
frustrating for all concerned. 

The actions of the Administration throughout its recent 
history have often been compared to the behavior of a 
turtle. When danger (controversy) arises, it simply pulls in 
its head and waits until the fury dissipates. In the time 
honored tradition of University officials, silence and the 
preservation of the status quo have won out over words 
and action, and the Administration has remained snug in 



its shell. Despite student protests and a public 
commitment to racial integration, administrators 
seemingly lent a wooden ear to the problems of black 
students on campus, concerns which ranged from 
admissions policies to tenure decisions and, ultimately, to 
the very quality of life for blacks at the University of North 
Carolina. The issue of racial integration poses some 
unique problems for the University, because it requires all 
divisions, departments, and offices to work In a unified 
manner toward a coordinated goal. Although this is a 
difficult task for any complex administration, it is one that 
must be actively addressed if we are to avoid greater 
racial problems in the years ahead. 



WILLIAM M. GEER, Director of Student Aid 




Throughout the year, campus racial controversy focused 
around the charges of Assistant Dean H. Bentley Renwick, who 
alleged that qualified blacks were not being admitted to the 
University. Looming behind the omnipresent HEW desegregation 
suit which threatened to cut off Federal funds to the 16-campus 
University system, Renwick's allegations remained substantially 
unanswered for more than nine months. The University 
Administration's prolonged silence on the question of black 
admissions was at best self-defeating, at worst self-incriminating. 
Poisoning already tenucus race relations on campus, which can 
be better characterized by voluntary separatism than by racial 
integration, Renwick's charges and the Administration's silence 
concerning them brought any semblance of racial progress on 
campus to a grinding halt. 

The University's first response to Renwick's charges, albeit an 
incomplete one, awaited the June, 1979 report of the Faculty 
Advisory Committee, under the direction of Chairperson Dr. 
Charles Long. The question facing the University was captured by 
the Long Committee in its report: 

The University has publicly committed itself to the increased 
enrollment of blacks. The question is whether, consistent with 
its role as the premier public institution in the state, the 
University is energetically carrying through on that 
commitment. To put it more bluntly, the issue is whether the 
University's admissions policy and recruitment procedures 
presently tend to produce a "white " university, which a 
comparatively few black students may attend; or whether the 
policies and procedures truly reflect a real commitment to seek 
out, admit, and nurture students who, though coming from 
other and different American cultural orientations than most 
students in the history of the University, possess the qualities 
of intellect and other talents demanded by a distinguished 
university. 
To answer this question, a historical perspective of the 
University's initiatives and commitments to the admission of 
black students is essential. 




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JAMES O. CANSLER 

Assoc. Vice Chancellor 

of Student Affairs 



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In the spring of 1951, the University 
Administration announced that the first blacl< 
would be admitted to the University, as a medical 
student, in the fall semester. Four black law 
students also entered the University during the fall 
of 1951, and over the next twenty years the 
number of black students at UNC crept upwards. 
In 1968, blacks constituted a mere 1.5% of the 
student body, leading a Faculty Council 
committee to conclude that, "The present 
basically honest but passive open door admission 
policy of the University and the institutional and 
ad hoc recruiting activities . . . will not produce 
the significant increase (in black enrollment) 
which is desirable." That same year, the Faculty 
Council approved eight recommendations 
designed to increase black enrollment and 
improve the quality of black life at the University. 
Ten years later, many needs of the black 
community still remained unmet. 

By far the most controversial component of the 
University's incomplete response to the 1968 
Faculty Council resolution is the special 
admissions program, v;hich reserves 200 spaces 
in each freshman class for students whose 
"admission is desirable, but whose academic or 
objective qualifications would be inconsistent 
with actions on normal candidates." According to 
the Long Committee report: 

About half of the in-state black applicants fall in 
the category of special admissions. About 60% 
of these are eligible in terms of regular 
requirements (1.6 PGA and 800 SAT, academic 
track in high school, minimal high school 
deficiencies, and in the upper 50% of high 
school class), but are not competitive in the 
pool of in-state applicants . . . The other 40% 
of in-state minority students (about 100 per 
year) admitted under this special admissions 
policy have either a PGA of 1.6 or SAT of 800 
but not both. 



H. BENTLEY RENWICK 
Associate Dean of Counseling 




PROVOST J. CHARLES MORROW Academic Affairs; Chancellor Taylor; 
DONALD A. BOULTON, Vice Chancellor 



of Student AJ'fairs 



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WILLIAM W. CDBEY, JR., Director of Athletics 



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Where Renwick charged that qualified blacl< applicants 
were denied admission in 1976 and 1977, the Long 
Committee reported, "the Office of Undergraduate 
Admissions concedes that in some cases mistakes were 
made. " Furthermore, the committee would learn that 
while the Admissions Office claimed that it had used 
currently enrolled black students in its minority 
recruitment efforts, no students had in fact been used. 
Despite statements to the contrary by Director of 
Admissions Richard Cashwell, the charge, largely 
substantiated, severely undermined the credibility of the 
University's recruiting program. 

Some elements of the University, particularly the 
Offices of Student Aid and Student Affairs, have taken 
concrete steps to alleviate the problems black students 
face after admission to the University. A black 
pre-orientation program introduces black students to 
various support structures offered by the University, 
especially counseling, study skills, and reading programs. 
In 1975, the Minority Student Advisory Program was 
established to provide contacts between new students 
and black faculty and upperclassmen. The Upward Bound 
and Project Uplift programs have been effective minority 
recruitment tools. The Office of Student Aid ensures that 
all students are guaranteed enough money to finance 
their education, and has designed some scholarship 
programs expressly for minority students. As a result of 
these efforts, the 30% attrition rate of black freshmen has 
been significantly reduced, but additional money and 
resources will be needed to meet the needs of a growing 
black student community. 

Renwick also argued that if the University is committed 
to the increase of black enrollment, then the profile of the 
least qualified student admitted under the category of 
special talent (especially athletes) should be used as the 
basis of admission for any black student with the same or 
better credentials. While the Long Committee rejected 
Renwick's interpretation of minimal admissions 
qualifications, it noted that: 



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RICHARD G. CASHWELL 

Director of 

Undergraduate Admissions 



JAMES D. CDNDIE 
Director of University Housing 




Though we reject the formal criterion of athletic 
admissions as a norm for any other types of 
admissions, we may raise the issue of structural 
similarities. For whatever reason, the University has 
committed itself to excellence in its competitive 
athletic programs. Once this commitment was 
made, the University was able to find the right 
rubrics, criteria, monies, etc., to carry out this goal 
in a manner which, if not consistent with, is at least 
satisfying to its image and prestige as a 
distinguished University. Nothing so singularly 
effective has emerged from the language of 
commitment regarding the increase of black 
students in this University. 
Describing the University's commitment to 
increasing black enrollment as "pragmatic," the Long 
Committee repeated the 1968 recommendations of 
the Faculty Council, as well as calling for a 
re-examination of admissions requirements, the 
recruitment of more black faculty, and a greater 
commitment towards improving the quality of life for 
blacks at this University. 

For more than 150 years the University of North 
Carolina at Chapel Hill excluded, by law, more than 
20% of her state's population. Today, the University is 
making small steps in the right direction. With more 
than 50 black faculty members and 425 entering black 
freshmen, prospects for 1979-80 do offer some hope 
for progress. What remains to be seen is whether the 
University and its administration, true to their 
progressive heritage, will renew and expand their 
energies to extend full educational opportunities for 
all the citizens of North Carolina, or whether the 
administration will continue to hide smugly in its shell, 
oblivious to increasingly sharp calls for action. "Vt^' 



CLAIBORNE S. JONES, Executive Asst. to the Chancellor 



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Publish or Perish? 



The educational focus of the University of North Carolina 
at Chapel Hill is an issue which has been discussed, 
debated, evaded, and sometimes ignored in the recent past. 
The Campus Y's Committee on Undergraduate Education 
addressed the matter this year in two forums: "What Makes 
an Excellent Undergraduate Education?" and "Research 
and Teaching at UNC — What is the Ideal Balance?" 
Concern first arose when the Board of Governors of the 
16-campus Consolidated University designated UNC-CH 
and N.C. State as "research institutions." This designation 
appears at first a natural one, for both campuses have been 
national leaders in research throughout the history of 
state-supported education. In fact, the very term 
"university" implies a combination of classroom instruction 
and ongoing research. The cause for concern in the eyes of 
students and many faculty members is the effect such a 
label could have on the long-term goals of this University. 

The University is faced with many external pressures to 
"produce," in an era where the merits of educational 
institutions are too often measured in terms of bulk 
contribution rather than quality. The retention of national 



credibility depends upon the number of volumes 
catalogued in our libraries, the number of blacks or women 
or minorities employed, the number of research papers 
published annually. What we risk in this rush to establish 
and maintain national ranking is an atmosphere of creative 
thought, of intellectual integrity, of liberal curiosity. 

The Federal government has found convenient facilities 
for research programs on University campuses, and 
channels $56,000,000 annually into research projects at this 
University alone. Institutions of higher learning, by their 
very nature, create an intellectual atmosphere conducive to 
progressive scientific investigation. The danger is that the 
University will ignore its commitment to the undergraduate 
and channel its resources into graduate research programs 

Inevitably, the label "research institution" will have an 
impact on the quality of undergraduate education at 
UNC-CH over the course of time. Faculty members under 
review for tenure are evaluated in three areas: teaching 
effectiveness, research and publication, and service to the 
University. Of the three, the amount and quality of a 
professor's research is far more easily measured than other 




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Assoc. Dean of 
General College 




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Dean of Arts Sl Sciences 



CHRISTOPHER C, FDRDHAM III 
Vice Chancellor of Health Affairs 



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characteristics wliich might prove him to be a 
fine educator. Therefore, emphasizing the role 
of research will, in the long run, cull out those 
professors whose strengths are more evident in 
the classroom than in the laboratory. It cannot 
be denied that research is vital to the 
advancement of international knowledge, that 
colleges and universities throughout the nation 
rely heavily on developments at research 
institutions, and that outstanding 
accomplishments have been made by Chapel 
Hill researchers. All professors must engage in 
continuing education and exploration in order 
to maintain credibility and effectiveness as 
educators: however, we must guard against the 
danger of forcing professors to publish papers, 
rhetorical or not, in order to protect their tenure 
status. 

An attempt has been made on the part of the 
University to emphasize the benefits of research 
rather than its disadvantages to the 
undergraduate. In his address to the initiates of 
Phi Beta Kappa, Samuel Williamson, Dean of the 
College of Arts and Sciences, explained, "A 
great university seeics to do more than just 
educate and teach. It seeks to contribute 
knowledge, to advance truth, to discover and 
push back the horizons of information and 
understanding. An institution can either be 
parasitic or creative — parasitic in simply 
drawing upon what others have done, creative 
and generative in adding to knowledge. For 
much of its modern life, this campus has chosen 
to contribute, to add, to be at the cutting edge of 
intellectual activity — and it is for this reason 
that coming to Chapel Hill has meant something 
special." Yet studying at the "frontiers of 
knowledge" often proves more frustrating than 
educational for the undergraduate student. In 
truth, undergraduates find themselves in 
classes taught by graduate students or by 
professors who are so involved in their own 
research that time severely limits their 
contact with individual students. 
Consequently, the University becomes 




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Vice Chancellor and Dean 

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JOHN L. TEMPLE, Vice Chancellor of Business and Finance 




creative by being parasitic; that is, by 
drawing upon the funds of taxpayers and 
undergraduates, it continually enhances 
its graduate programs. 

At a CUE forum, even Dean Williamson 
explained to students that "Choices have 
to be made. Moreover, you are present at 
this institution: you are aware that it is a 
large, prestigious state university, it is not 
a small undergraduate campus. Its faculty 
members are famous, are busy, and are 
interested in both teaching and research; 
it is their presence here that makes this 
place different from any number of other 
undergraduate institutions in the state and 
region. What this means is a certain 
tension between research and teaching 
and scholarship, but I would argue that it 
is a healthy and necessary tension. And it 
is just this tension, coupled with the wide 
variety of programs, that characterizes a 
true University, that makes the prospects 
of an undergraduate education so 
potentially rewarding at Chapel Hill." 
Unfortunately, it is also this tension which 
makes the undergraduate experience so 
frustrating in actuality. 

What administrators are creating, 
consciously or not, is a knowledge 
factory; students on the undergraduate 




252 



DORIS BETTS, Asst. Dean of Honors 
and Experimental and Special Studies 



WILLIAM R, STRICKLAND, Assoc. Vice Chancellor 
for Student Development 





assembly line are taught to produce, not to question. Emphasis Is 
shifting from inquisitive criticism to memorization, from 
undergraduate to graduate education, from the process to the 
product. Too often, the focus of Administrators and faculty 
members has left them blinded to the needs of the undergraduate, 
and students have been continually detached from those decisions 
which affect their lives and education here. This attitude was 
elucidated by one departmental chairman who commented, after 
queries concerning the procedures for hiring faculty members and 
reviewing them for tenure, "I don't understand why students are 
concerning themselves with these (administrative) matters. It's like 
patients determining their own diagnosis and cure." 

The University of North Carolina has made a commitment to 
serve this state and its people, yet it is fulfilling that commitment 
with miscellaneous additions to the pool of knowledge rather than 
the inspiration of talented minds. If this campus is to continue as a 
distinguished and truly excellent educational institution, its goals 
and objectives must be reevaluated. In the words of William 
Strickland, Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Development, 
"Our mission vis a vis our undergraduates ought to be to help them 
create the intellectual and the personal skills which will enable 
them to embark on a lifelong experience of learning equipped with 
a sound knowledge base, sharp critical tools, a cosmopolitan 
appreciation of cultures and values, and deep appreciation of the 
limitlessness of their ability to learn and create." In the near future, 
UNC-CH will be challenged to find the fulcrum — to attain that 
delicate balance of emphasis that keeps this campus at the 
forefront of progressive research without endangering the quality 
of a liberal education here or sacrificing the undergraduate 
experience to the gods of specialization, research, and mass 
production. 'yCi'' 



FREDERIC W. SCHROEDER 
Director of Student Activities 



253 



AMOCO AWARD 

for superior undergraduate teaching 



SALGO AWARD 

for excellent and inspirational teaching 




Harvey Eugene Lehman 
Professor and Chairman, Zoology 

THE THOMAS 
JEFFERSON AWARD 

presented to that member of the academic community who 
through personal influence and performance of duty in teach- 
ing, writing, and scholarship has best exemplified the ideals 
and objectives of Thomias Jefferson 



Anne Drury Hall, Assistant Professor, English 




254 



Lyie Vincent Jones. Alumni Distinguished Professor, Psych- 
ology, Vice Chancellor and Dean; The Graduate School 



TANNER AWARDS 

for excellence in inspirational undergraduate teaching 




Ralph Hugo Raasch; Assistant Professor. Pharmacv 



Linda Carolyn Bo\A/en; Assistant Professor. Business 

Administration 




Distinguished Alumnus Awards 

William Cochran, Staff Director of thie 

U.S. Senate Committee on Rules 

and Administration 

Eugene Odum, Director of the Institute 

of Ecology at the University of 

Georgia 

Howard Odum, Director of the Center for 

the Gulflands at the University 

of Florida 

David Sabiston, Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Surgery at Duke Medical 

School 

Andrew Griffith, stage and screen actor 

since 1949 



256 




University Day 




Andy Griffith addresses a full house from the stage on which he first perfornned. 



257 




260 



FOOTBALL 




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TEAM 

East Carolina 

Maryland 

Pittsburgh 

Miami University 

Wake Forest 

N.C. State 

South Carolina 

Richmond 

Clemson 

Virginia 

Duke 



UNC OPP 



14 

20 
16 

3 
34 

7 
24 
18 

9 
38 
16 



10 

21 
20 

7 
29 
34 
22 
27 
13 
20 
15 



Final Record: 5-6 (3-3 in ACC) 



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Martina Kendrick 
Homecoming Queen 





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It was to have been a glorious year. 

Gone was Bill Dooley. Gone with 
him, according to local critics, was 
the powerful, plodding offense so 
characteristic of Dooley's champion 
squads. 

The fans wanted more than cham- 
pionships . . . they craved excite- 
ment . . . they screamed for wide- 
open football. 

Carolina got a new coach — Dick 
Crum. Formerly the head coach at 
Miami of Ohio, "the Cradle of 
Coaches, "Crum won 34 games in 
four seasons at Miami O. and had 
time on the side to teach math 
courses. 

Crum would not teach math at 
Carolina. Instead, he would teach 
the players something called the 
veer, precisely the wide-open of- 
fense die fans had wanted. 

Hopes were high across campus 
and throughout North Carolina. The 
veer was expected to utilize the 
sleek agility of Famous Amos Law- 
rence, the dazzling running back who 
had blazed to a 1,000-yard season 
his freshman year. Matt Kupec, who 
quarterbacked Carolina to a Liberty 
Bowl appearance was enthusiastic 
about the offense, especially with 
Bob Loomis and Billy Johnson at 
fullback. 

The bumper stickers around town 
announced the fever. 

Stay clear . . . here comes the 
veer. 



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Oops . . . here came a 5-6 season. 

Things were shaky from the start. 
A close, confusing victor*' over East 
Carolina, followed by three straight 
losses, left the Tar Heels dazed and 
demoralized. 

The loss to Maryland by one point 
didn't hurt as much as it could have; 
the Terps were on their way to 
another piece of an ACC crown. And 
Pittsburgh . . . well, weren't they 
nationally ranked? 

But Miami of Ohio, that hurt. 
Crum's old team beat his new team, 
and used a flea-flicker play to do it. 

Crum would later recall the 1-3 
start as the poor foundation of a 
crumbling season. Most fans were 
still optimistic at that point, but it 
was evident that many of the 
Carolina players had become dis- 
couraged and were losing confidence. 

The vaunted veer was in shambles 
and Crum reverted to the multiple-I 
offense Dooley had used so well. 
He had to pull it off without Kupec 
and Johnson, both injured early in 
the season. 

It was nail-biting time. 

Loomis showed poise with the 
fullback chores, as did Doug Pasc- 
hal at a variety of positions. Chuck 
Sharpe quarterbacked Carolina with 
the new/old strategy to an impres- 
sive win over Wake Forest. Not until 
later did the coaches realize that 
Sharpe had to squint to discern 
players downfield. Fans soon 
learned he had eyesight a bat 
wouldn't want. 





276 



Contact lenses must have been disorienting 
for Shaipe, because a week later he couldn't 
get the offense untracked and N.C. State 
slaughtered Carolina, 34-7. The defeat marked 
the nadir of the season for most fans. 

But even then, some optimism remained. 
The Tar Heels could recoup a 7-4 record from 
the wreckage if they won the remaining five 
games, and a 7-4 record in 1974 had been good 
enough for a trip to the Sun Bowl. 

Spirits were boosted a week later by a vic- 
tory over old rival South Carolina, but a 
bumbling and fumbling loss to unranked 
Richmond erradicated hopes for a bowl bid. 

The Tar Heels found themselves with their 
backs to the wall and fans wondered if Crum 
had found the cure for Carolina Fever. The 
Heels were 3-5. 

Crum decided it was time to start Kupec 
again, who had healed by the Clemson game. 
Kupec and the rest of the Tar Heels played 
one of their best games of the season but were 
downed 13-9 by the Tigers. 

The game ensured a bowl bid for Clemson, 
the team that stunned Ohio State in the Gator 
Bowl and brought about Woody Hayes' early 
retirement from coaching. It also ensured a 
losing season for the Tar Heels. 




277 




280 




Nothing but pride was left to Carolina with onl\ two games 
remaining. The frustrated Tar Heels blasted Virginia 38-20, and 
Carolina's record inched to 4-6. 

The stage was set for Duke. 

Most fans were pessimistic about the season's finale; it seemed 
the whole year had been a steady stream of close games and bitter 
ironies. Yet fans returned in traditional numbers on a wet Thanks- 
giving weekend to bid a fond farewell to the team that should have 
been so great. 

Forgotten was the old saying, "Carolina can lose every game but 
Duke and still have a winning season." 

At first it appeared Carolina players had forgotten as well. The 
Tar Heels fell behind 15-3 and stayed there until late in the fourth 
quarter. 

But another miracle was delivered unto the Tar Heels, the sort 
of miracle that keeps the fire burning between Carolina and Duke. 

With less than four minutes to play, Kupec fired a pass to 
Loomis. TOUCHDOWN. The defense held Duke on the ne,\t 
series and returned the ball to Carolina. With less than 20 seconds 
left in the season, Kupec gave the ball to Lawrence who ran for 
anodier touchdown. 

Duke fell to Carolina, 16-15. 

Loomis' touchdown reception was his seventh, tying a record 
set in the 40's by Art Weiner, and Lawrence's 56-yard perfor- 
mance on the last drive gave him a second straight l,000-\ard 
season. 

In 20 seconds, faith in Carolina football had been restored. The 
defense was awesome; the offense was sparkling, and suddenly 
the team that should have been so great was just that. 





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283 




BASKETBALL 



TEAM 



UNC 



OPP 



TEAM 



UNC 



OPP 



Northwestern 


97 


67 


Marvland 


54 


53 


Wake Forest 


73 


55 


Wake Forest 


76 


69 


Duke 


68 


78 


Clenison 


61 


66 


Detroit 


93 


76 


Funnan 


70 


83 


Jacksonville 


85 


56 


Virginia Tech (OT) 


92 


80 


Michigan State 


70 


69 


Mar\'Iand 


76 


67 


Cincinnati 


62 


59 


Providence 


89 


55 


Dartmouth 


86 


67 


William and Mary 


85 


60 


Niagara 


121 


69 


Virginia 


66 


57 


Clenison 


90 


68 


N.C. State 


71 


56 


Virginia (20T) 


86 


74 


Duke 


40 


47 


Wake Forest 


56 


59 


Maryland 


102 


79 


Duke 


74 


68 


Duke 


71 


63 


Arkansas 


63 


57 


Pennsylvania 


71 


72 


N.C. State 


70 


69 










Chicago. November 29, 1978. 
Fourteen basketball players, two 
managers, a trainer, an assistant 
coach, two cameramen, a publicity 
man, two sports writers — the 
whole lot shivering in the clutch of 
Lake Michigan's breezes — step 
onto a bus outside the plush Water 
Tower Hyatt House. Evanston, the 
Northwestern Wildcats and the of- 
ficial unveiling of the 1978-79 bas- 
ketball season lie 30 minutes up 
the lake's shore. 

Quiet. Little is said. Much is 
thought. Nobody thinks we're 
worth a crap. Screw 'em. Phil Ford 
this. Phil Ford that. So what? 
We're okay. To hell with Duke. To 
hell with State. Screw 'em. What's 
in a ranking, anyhow. Sports writ- 
ers are buffoons. 

The bus pulls into the heavy late 
afternoon traffic and makes a left 
where The Machine — Richard 
Daley or no Richard Daley — says 
it shouldn't. One of Chicago's 
finest, conveniently, is nearby. 
The driver and cop exchange 
words. The assistant coach, seated 
behind the driver, leans forward. 
"Hey, we've got a ballgame to 
make," Bill Guthridge says. 

The ballgame, eventually, is 
made. 

And that's the story from snowy 
Evanston. The Tar Heels in a 
Cakewalk. The final; Carolina 97, 
Northwestern 67. Back in sixty 
seconds. 



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The skeptics, confused yet 
pleased that all hell had not bro- 
ken loose with Tar Heel basket- 
ball — as they had figured — 
were back to their front-nmnins 
selves by mid-December. / told 
you Colescott would do okutj. Al 
Wood - UNhelievdhle. Now if 
OK could fief some help under- 
neath . . . 

Ma^ic Johnson, front court to 
Gregory Kelser. Ten seconds. 
Over to Vincent, right side. Ten- 
footer is up, bounds high, no 
good. Colescott grabs the re- 
bound. TAR HEELS WIN'!!! 



287 




Noise in Carmichael Auditorium. Optimism in 
The Pit. The beer, the talk flows on Franklin 
Street. Duke lost, State lost. And lost. And lost. So 
much for two-fifths of the preseason Top Five. 
Bradley steals, Yonakor passes, O'Koren rebounds. 
Wood swishes, Dean Smith directs, instructs, ar- 
gues, thinks, substitutes. By mid-January, the 
scorecard reads: 12-2 overall, 3-1 in the confer- 
ence. Top Ten in the nation. 

Bradley's shot from the corner . . . way off. 
State rebounds. Austin front court, across the time 
line. Bradley slips behind him ... he steals it!!! 
— UNBELIEVABLE — downcourt . . . Dudley 
Bradley for the SLAIVI DUNK . . . BOOM . . . 
Heels 70, Wolfpack 69! Secretary of Defense . . . 
Pickpocket of the ACC . . . "It was almost like 
seeing God ..." 




291 



Tar Heels win a lot, lose a few. De- 
vils win a lot, lose a few. Heels top 
ACC standings by one game going into 
the last two hours of the regular sea- 
son. Rainy night in Durham. Go To 
Hell, Carolina, Go To Hell Carolina 
. . . Dean Smith nickn. Dean Smith 
sucks . ■ . 

Colescott simply holding the ball 
now. Bounces it once. Over to O'Koren 
way out. Duke still sitting back in its 
zone. 

Going into the last hour of the sea- 
son, Duke leads 7-0. "We had hoped to 
score a touchdown and then go for two 
right before the half ended," Smith 
kidded later. 

Mike Gminski has been ejected: 
he's been thrown out! Al Wood is still 
on his back, looks like he's out cold. 
Colescott has a few words for Gminski. 
Smith has a few more. Holy Toledo! 




292 






Heels win the bye on a draw, relax in Chapel Hill 
while Duke, State, Virginia, Maryland, Clemson, 
and Wake Forest fight it out in Greensboro. A 
laugher the next night over Maryland. Then Duke, 
Again. We'll kick ass this time. 

Colescott in the middle, chased by Vince Taylor. 
Heels by five. Bradley breaks . . . Colescott, 
bounce pass by Gminski to Bradley . . . BOOM! 

Las Vegas says the Heels should take it all. Tony 
Price and the Penn Quakers don't. Black Sunday. 
Penn 72, Heels 71. 

Unbelievable. 




294 



WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 

Head Coach: Jennifer Alley 
Final Record: 18-14 




296 



TEAM 


UNC 


OPP 


Lenoir Rhvne 


77 


64 


Appalachian State 
Old Dominion 


83 


70 


76 


87 


N.C. State 


81 


87 


Duke 


82 


65 


Pfeiffer 


79 


83 


Ohio State 


76 


74 


Maryland 


82 


93 


William and Marv 


76 


61 


Georgia State 


64 


69 


Virginia 


85 


56 


Appalachian State 


84 


72 


East Carolina 


78 


73 


South Carolina 


60 


69 


UNC-Greensboro 


99 


40 


N.C. State 


64 


91 


Clemson 


63 


91 


Wake Forest 


89 


46 


Tennessee 


57 


95 


East Carolina 


71 


78 


Western Carolina 


82 


62 


UNC-Greensboro 


99 


57 


Duke 


69 


54 


Carolina Christmas Classic 


— 3rd of 


8 teams 






NCAIAW Tournament — 


2nd of 8 


teams 










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297 



IBI 



J.V FOOTBALL. 





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298 



Head Coach: Roy Will 


iaiiLs 


Final Record: 7-5 






TEAM UNC 


OPP 


Mt. Olive 


9(1 


82 


Kings College 


71 


7,3 


Louisburg College 


62 


67 


Louisburg College 


63 


53 


Fork Union 






Military Acad. 


81 


79 


Frederick Acatl. 


67 


93 


Frederick Military Acad. 81 


79 


Durham College 


77 


65 


Laurinburg Institute 


84 


106 


Lafayette College 


82 


70 


Laurinburg Institute 


71 


95 






Head Coach: Bill Lam 




Final Record; 2-2 




TEAM UNC 


OPP 


Ferrum Jr, College 39 
Wake Forest 21 
Massanutten Academy 7 
Fork Union Academy 20 


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SOCCER 

Head Coach: Anson Dorrance 
Final Record: 12-3-4 







300 





TEAM 



UNC OPP 



UNC — Charlotte 3 
Duke 3 

N.C. State 5 

UNC — Wilmington 1 
N.C. State 2 

Guilford (OT) 

\'irginia 1 

.Appalachian (OT) 
High Point 2 

UNC — Greensboro 1 



Campbell 
L\nchburg (OT) 
Ciemson (OT) 
Duke 
Pfeiffer 

Mariland (OT) 
Old Dominion 
East Carolina 
Davidson 



2 



10 

1 





301 





GYMNASTICS 



302 



Head Coach: Ken Ourso 
Final Record: 10-1 



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U\C 121.05. Duke 105.0 

UXC 122.6, Georgia College 104.4 

Towson State 127.3, UXC 125.75, Springfield 124..3, 

\V. Virginia 120.0 
UXC 119..55, .Madison 114.20. William & Mar\- 112.55 
UXC 126.00, .Appalachian State 117.21 
UXC 125.45, .\Iar>land 118.3, William Patterson 92.15 
-XC-\I.\W Tournament - 1st of 5 teams 
MAW Region II - 3rd of 16 teams 



303 




« 






TEAM 


UNC 


OPP 


Elon 


9 


6 


Guilford 


4 





Atlantic Christian 


8 


5 


The Citadel 


9 


I 


The Citadel 


7 


2 


Francis Marion 


9 


6 


Hawaii 


2 


5 


Hawaii 





5 


Hawaii 


1 


5 


Hawaii 


1 


9 


Hawaii 


4 


16 


Hawaii 


1 


9 


Connecticut 


8 


17 


Connecticut 


9 


3 


Duke 


8 


1 


North Carolina State 


6 




Methodist 


4 





Ohio Universit>- 


7 


6 


Appalachian 
Ohio Universit> 


9 


5 


9 


8 


East Tennessee 


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3 


East Tennessee 


5 





Clemson 


5 


6 


Clemson 


4 


7 


Campbell 


12 


3 


UNC — Wilmington 


6 


3 


South Carolina 





10 


East Carolina 


9 


8 


New York Yankees 


4 


9 


Duke 


4 


2 


Elon 





3 


\'ireinia 


4 


2 


Man. land 


9 


2 


East Carolina 


6 


7 


Campbell 


8 


6 


Wake Forest 


"• 


10 


UNC — Wilmington 


9 





Pfeiffer 


13 


7 


North Carolina State 


9 


7 


St. John's 


6 


7 


St. John^s 


~ 


6 


St, John's 


9 


6 


Lenoir Rhyne 


8 


3 


Libert> Baptist 


10 


4 


Maryland 


15 


4 


Virginia 


2 


3 


Wake Forest 


6 


2 


UNC — Charlotte 


8 


1 


Davidson 


10 





South Carolina 


4 





High Point 


6 


6 



305 




YANKEES 9 
TARHEELS 4 





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TEAM 



UNC OPP 



Methodist 10 

UNC-Wilmington 5 

UNC-Greensboro 7 

Appalachian St. 8 

East Carolina 3 

North Carohna St. 

North Carohna St. 2 

Guilford 2 

Guilford 5 

UNC-Greensboro 8 

East Carolina 3 

Appalachian St. 1 

North Carolina St. 

Elon 2 

Elon 4 

UNC-Greensboro 2 

UNC-Greensboro 8 

Campbell 6 

Campbell 12 

Milligan 7 

Western Carolina 3 

Appalachian St. 1 

North Carolina St. 1 

North Carolina St. 2 
North Carolina A&T 6 
North Carolina A&T 4 

Western Carolina 3 

North Carolina St. 

Appalachian St. 1 



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Head Coach: Beth Miller 
''«• Final Record: 18-11 



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307 



WRESTLING 






TEAM 


UNC OPP 


Clemson 


22 


21 


Wilkes 


21 


22 


Yale 


38 


9 


Navy 


16 


17 


East Carolina 


39 


8 


N.C. State 


20 


19 


Franklin and Mars 


hall 29 


Itl 


William and Mary 


27 


11 


Virginia 


42 


3 


Penn State 


34 


4 


Duke 


35 





Marv'Iand 


36 


9 


N.C: State 


21 


18 


Old Dominion 


25 


18 


Virginia Tech 


35 


3 


East Carolina 


33 


14 


Carolina Invitational — no 




team scores, five 


firsts 




Southern Open — 


no team 




scores, one first 






Midlands Tournament — 16th | 


of 51 teams 






ACC Championshi 


ps— 1st 


of6 


teams, four firsts 







309 



WOMEN'S 




TEAM 






Final Record; 7-1 






TEAM 


UNC 


OPP 


Pittsburgh 
Eastern Michigan 
East Carolina 
South Carohna 
Clemson 
Duke 
Michigan 
N.C. State 


79 
110 
100 
80 
91 
83 
67 
63 


52 
21 
28 
53 
40 
47 
64 
68 


ACC Relays — no team scores, 

seven firsts 
Pitt Relays — 1st of 9 teams 
U.S. Invitational World Cup — no 


team scores 
ACC Championships 

teams 
AIAW Tournament 


— 2nd 

— 5th 


of 6 
no 


team scores 








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SWIMMING 

Head Coach; Frank Comfort 



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310 





MEN'S TEAM 


Final Record: 


5-5 




TEAM 


U\C 


OP? 


Pittsburgh 


49 


64 


East Carolina 


57 


56 


Tennessee 


39 


74 


South Carolina 


55 


58 


Clemson 


70 


43 


Georgia 


78 


35 


Michigan 


35 


78 


Wake Forest 


70 


40 


Duke 


73 


40 


N.C. State 


39 


74 


Penn State Relavs 


— 2nd of 13 teams 1 


ACC Chanipionsh 


ips — 2nd 


of 7 teams 



311 



MEN'S TEAM 


Final Record: 


11-5 




TEAM 


UNC 


OPP 


N.C. State 


18 


9 


Duke 


24 


3 


Virginia 


19 


8 


Ohio State 


16 


11 


Clemson 


9 


18 


Penn 


9 


18 


Temple 


18 


9 


MIT 


19 


8 


Dartmouth 


20 


7 


Harvard 


14 


13 


William Patterson 


13 


14 


Princeton 


12 


15 


Air Force 


15 


12 


Marv'land 


13 


14 


Duke 


26 


1 


Clemson 


14 


13 


N.C. State 


17 


10 


ACC Tournament 


— 3rd place 




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312 



WOMEN'S 




TEAM 






Final Record: 


9-3 




TEAM 


UNC 


OPP 


Penn State 


3 


13 


N.C. State 


16 





Clemson 


12 


4 


Ohio State 


10 


6 


Penn 





14 


Temple 


4 


12 


MIT 


11 


5 


Dartmouth 


10 


6 


Harvard 


12 


4 


William Patterson 


10 


6 


Mar\land 


10 


6 


Duke 


12 


4 


N.C. State 


10 


6 


NIWFA Championships — 


I3th of 30 


teams 







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313 



WOMEN'S 

TENNIS 

Head Coach: Kitty Harrison 
Final Record; 15-8 




TEAM 


UNC 


OFF 


Wake Forest 




8 


1 


N.C. State 




9 


II 


Duke 




9 


(1 


Mississippi University 






for Women 




9 


(1 


Georgia 




6 


1 


Auburn 




8 


1 


Fumian 




8 


1 


Virginia 




6 


3 


East Carolina 




9 





South Carolina 




1 


8 


Miami 







9 


Southern Methodis 


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8 


Trinity 




4 


5 


Texas 




3 


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.3 


6 


Tennessee-Chattan 


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4 


,5 


Tennessee 




7 


2 


N.C. State 




9 





Michigan State 




9 


(1 


Harvard 




9 





Virginia 




8 


1 


Princeton 




7 





Duke 




4 


5 


Micidle Tennessee 


State Tournament | 


— 1st of 7 teams 








ACC Championships — 


1st of 7 teams | 


Southern Coliegi 


ites 


— : 


nd of 15 


teams 








NCAIAW Toiirnanien 


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1st of 6 


teams 










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TEAM 


UNC 


OPP 


Penn State 


8 


1 


West Virginia 


9 





Florida State 


3 


6 


Florida 


5 


4 


Fumian 


6 


3 


Swarthmore 


8 


1 


South Carolina 


3 


6 


Richmond 


7 


2 


Da\'idson 


7 


2 


Hampton Institute 


3 


6 


N'irginia Tech 


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East Carolina 


9 





Washington and Lee 


9 





Virginia 


3 


3 


Miami 


3 


6 


MIT 


9 





North Carolina State 


3 


6 


Iowa 


7 


2 


Princeton 


1 


8 


High Point 


5 


4 


Clemson 


3 


6 


Guilford 


7 


2 


Wake Forest 


3 


6 


Marv'Iand 


7 


2 


Duke 


4 


5 



MEN'S 
TENNIS 

Head Coach: Don Skakle 
Final Record: 15-9-1 



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LACROSSE 

Head Coach: Willie Scroggs 
Final Record: 5-3 



TEAM UNC 


OPP 


Virginia 5 


8 


Washington and Lee 13 


6 


Marvland-Balt. Coun. 18 


10 


Baltimore Lacrosse Club 16 


6 


Maryland 5 


9 


Duke 10 


4 


Roanoke 9 


10 


North Carolina State 7 


16 



316 





TEAM 


UNC 


OPP 


Appalachian State 




3 





Longwood 




1 





Richmond 




1 





William and Mary 




1 


2 


Davidson 




4 


1 


Roanoke 




4 


2 


Eastern Kentucky 







1 


Kalamazoo 




7 





Virginia Tech 







2 


High Point 




3 


2 


UNC — Greensboro 




1 





Virginia Tech 
Duke 




3 







4 


2 


East Carolina 




5 





Wake Forest 




5 





NCAIAW Tournamen 




- 1st 


place 








Southern Regional 


Tou 


mament I 


— 2nd place 










FIELD 
HOCKEY 

Head Coach: Dolly Hunter 
Final Record: 20-5 



WOMEN'S 
GOLF 

Head Coach: Dot Guniiells 




TEAM 


RECORD 


High Point 


W 


11-15, 15-9, 15-9 


UNC — Greensboro 


W 


15-11. 15-5 


N.C. State 


w 


12-15, 15-5, 15-5 


Appalachian State 


w 


15-7, 15-12 


East Carolina 


w 


15-5, 15-12 


East Carohna 


L 


15-10, 11-15, 16-14, 
15-11 


Guilford 


W 


11-15, 15-4, 1.5-10, 
1.5-4 


Louisburg 


w 


15-4, 15-6 


William and Mary 


w 


15-1, 15-8 


Catawba 


w 


15-0, 15-2, 15-.3 


Marv Washington 


w 


15-.3, 15-0 


Virginia 






Commonwealth 


w 


15-9, 15-8 


Appalachian State 


w 


15-7. 15-11 


Wake Forest 


w 


15-13, 16-14 


Duke 


w 


11-15, 1.5-.5, 15-6 


Wake Forest 


w 


15-8, 1,5-6 


Duke 


L 


15-11, 5-15, 15-13, 


16-14 






N.G. State 


I, 


15-10, 15-11, 15-6 


Guilford 


W 


15-2, 15-6 


UNC — Greensboro 


L 


15-12, 10-15, 1.5-13 


Eastern Kentucky Invitational 1 


Florida State Invitational - 


- 5th of 15 teams 


Maryland Invitational 






NCAIAW Tournament 


C 


nd place 


AIAW Southern Regional II Tournament — 4th 1 


place 







VOLLEYBALL 

Head Coach: Beth Miller 
Final Record: 29-17 




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WOMEN'S CROSS 
COUNTRY 

Head Coach: Hubert West 
Final Record; 1-3 



TEAM 




320 



WOMEN'S INDOOR V;t^'?^.^'^i^^S^^^ 
TRACK 

Head Coach: Joe Hilton 



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UNC, Appalachian, Richmond, NCCU — no team scores, 
seven firsts 



Final Record: 3-1 




MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 



Head Coach: 


Bill Lam 




Final Record 


4-0 




TEAM 


UNC 


OPP 


N.C. State 
Virginia 
Mar\'Iand 
Duke 


27 
20 
25 
15 


30 
.39 
30 
44 



Tennessee Invitational — 2nd of 15 teams 
N.C. State Championships — 1st of 12 teams 
.\CC Championships — 2nd of 7 teams 
District III Championships — 7th of 30 teams 





TRACK 



MEN'S INDOOR 
TRACK 

Head Coach: Joe Hilton 
Final Record: 10-0 

UNC 73, South Carohna 33, East CaroHna 28 

UNC 63'/2, N.C. State 54'/2, Duke 27 

UNC 68'/2, .Appalachian State 39V2, Richmond .32 NCCU 12 

UNC 85V2, Duke 29, Campbell 211/2, Wake Forest 16 

Millrose Games — no team scores, one first 
,\CC Championships — 2nd of 7 teams, 3 firsts 
N.C. Invitational — no team scores, 6 firsts 



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ATHLETIC AWARDS 

ACC SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Lawrence Joseph Myers 

EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION AWARDS 

Football Robert Edwin Cale 

Basketball Dudley LeRoy Bradley 

Wrestling Dean Robert Brior 

Baseball Kenneth Blaine Smith 

Swimming Richard H. Davidson 

Soccer Edward Pugh Fenimore 

Track Donald Bruce Lockerbie 

Fencing Richard Mark Weil 

Lacrosse Ralph Thomas Davy III 

Tennis Jamieson A. Karson 

^olr Kevin Dorian King 

John Rode McGough 
DICK JAMERSON OUTSTANDING SWIMMING AWARD 

Most Valuable Swimmer Frederick West Homans 

Most Outstanding Swimmer Kenneth Clark Ireland 

Most Improved Swimmer Robert Duncan Bingham 

E. CARRINGTON SMITH TROPHY (Most Valuable Player Award) 

Football Robert Edward Loomis 

Basketball Dudlev LeRov Bradley 

MARTHA JORDAN AWARD (Basketball) Jack David Colescott 

FOY ROBERSON AWARD (Basketball) George Edward Doughton III 

BUTCH BENNETT AWARD (Freshman Basketball) James Frederick Black 

CARMICHAEL-COBB AWARD (Basketball) Dudlev LeRov Bradley 

OSCAR VATZ AWARD (Basketball) Michael' O'Koren 

MARY FRANCES ANDREWS AWARD (Basketball) .... Richard Robert Yonakor 

WILLIAM F. PROUTY MEMORIAL AWARD (Football) Ulvesses Rhames 

BILL ARNOLD MEMORIAL AWARD (Football) Michael John Salzano 

T.L. KEMP AWARD (Football) Ricky Antonio Barden 

GARY BOSHAMER AWARD (Football) George Jessel Curry Jr 

LOUIS GRAVES AWARD (Football) Douglas Clvde Paschal" 

S.H. BASNIGHT AWARD (Baseball) James Willard Atkinson 

E.J. EVANS AWARD (Track) Donald Bruce Lockerbie 

E.J. EVANS AWARD (Freshman Track) Mark Stewart Whitney 

GROVER WILHOIT AWARD (Freshman Wresding) David Craig Cooke 

NEIL WESTER AWARD (Baseball) Scott William Bradley 

PATTERSON MEDAL Gregorv Duval Norris 

JEFFREY COWELL MEMORIAL TROPHY Darrell Nicholson 

DAVID L. WALL WRESTLING AWARD Conrad Davis Mock 

JIM TATUM AWARD Karen Leslie Stevenson 

E.V. PATTERSON AWARD (Track) Wayne Miller 

SAM BARNES AWARD (Wrestling) Gregory Lee Duke 

TURNBULL AWARD (Lacrosse) Ralph Thomas Davy HI 

Lawrence Joseph Myers 

UNSUNG HERO (Lacrosse) Vernon Meredith Geddy 

WALTER RABB AWARD (Baseball) William Middleton Musser 



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4 p.m. Commuting freshmen meet, exchange 

names, form carpools, and choose Secret 
Santas. Carolina Union, Room 217. 

5 p.m. Dinner with Counselors. B.Y.O.F. 

Followed by after-dinner stroll to 
downtown Carrboro. Learn wtiy it's called 
the "Paris of the Piedmont." 

6:30 p.m. Freshman Convocation. Carmichael 

Auditorium. Required. Meet the other 
members of your class and sing along with 
James Taylor. Laughing at Chancellor 
Taylor's joke is mandatory. 

8:30 p.m. Residence Hall Meetings. Formal 

introduction to your dormitory. Learn how 
to conserve water, blow fuses, and clog 
the sinks with string beans. 



SATURDAY, AUGUST 19 

Freshmen arrive in residence halls starting at 10 a.m. 
Beware of stampedes by little men in blue shirts as you try 
to make your way up the stairs to your new home. 
Roommates are urged to calculate the wattage of all 
appliances before moving in. 
Coordinated bedspreads are also encouraged. 

8 a.m.-2 p.m. NROTC Open House. Naval Armory. Drop 

by and crawl inside a real torpedo tube. 
Learn to say "submarine" while holding 
your tongue. Followed by watermelon 
seed spitting contest. 

9 a.m. -4 p.m. General College Open House. South 

Building. Play "Find your Advisor." 
Winner actually gets to make an 
appointment. 

10 a.m.-5 p.m. Orientation Information Centers open. 

Located in the Carolina Union and Chase 
Cafeteria. Distribution of color-coded 
maps. Meet Selma, the University Cashier, 
and pay your library dues. Memorize your 
Social Security number. 



2:30-5 p.m. 



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Alumni Association Reception. Alumni 
House. Come meet the names behind the 
bucks. Begging for money, jewelry, 
Cadillacs, or basketball tickets strictly 
prohibited. 




A Freshman's Guide to Orientation Week 



SUNDAY, AUGUST 20 

6 a.m. Early morning doughnuts in the residence 

halls. See your entire dorm in pajamas. 

II a.m. Religious services and activities. 

Experiment with your beliefs. Wear a 
smock, shave your head, and sell flowers 
downtown. 

noon-3 p.m. Transfer students arrive, are informed that 
none of their credits will transfer. 

1-5 p.m. Freshmen meet with General College 

Advisors. Students are advised to have all 
registration forms required for graduation 
signed by their advisors at this time as it 
may be the last chance to do so. 

3-7 p.m. Christian Fellowship Picnic for all new 

students. Eat cheese sandwiches and talk 
about Pat Boone and the Mormons. 
Supervised by local reverends. Front of 
Undergraduate Library. Free. 





MONDAY, AUGUST 21 

7 a.m. -5 p.m. Freshman Registration. Woollen Gym. A 

new experience. Feel the computer give 
you the shaft. Do NOT pass GO. Do NOT 
collect $200. 

8 a.m.-5 p.m. Swimming test. Woollen Gym. Students 

must stay afloat in pool for five minutes. 
Clinging to the sides and gasping for air 
strictly prohibited. Students caught doing 
so will be pushed under with a pole. 

4 p.m. Required Financial Aid Meeting for all 

freshmen receiving Financial Aid. 
Distribution of food stamps and dollar-off 
textbook coupons. Great Hall, Carolina 
Union. 

4:30-6 p.m. Ice Cream Party, sponsored by Christian 
Fellowship Organization. Presentation: 
"The World is Like Neapolitan Ice Cream." 
Parker Basement. 



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TUESDAY, AUGUST 22 

ALL DAY. MERCHANTS' DAY. Local merchants hand 

out everything they can't selL Collect free apples, 

pencils, balloons, Alka Seltzer, and jiggers of Coca-Cola. 

7-11 a.m. Freshman Registration continues. 

The computer is laughing. 
Woollen Gym. WARNING: 
Breaking in line is a violation of 
the Honor Code punishable by 
banishment to N.C. State. 

11 a.m.-5 p.m. Re-Registration for Transfer 

Students. Also re-admitted 
students and sophomores not 
pre-registered are reluctantly 
matriculated and hung by their 
toes at sundown. 

11 a.m. -2 p.m. Zoology advanced placement 
examination (w/rite a script for 
Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom 
where Marlin is attacked by 
imprinted baby chicks). Also 
Biology advanced placement 
examination (compare the human 
anatomy to a nematode). 

2-5 p.m. Chemistry advanced placement 

examination (make a clone). 

9 p.m.-l a.m. North Campus Street Dance. 

Raleigh Street between Upper and 
Lower Quads. Acclimation to the 
smell of reefer. Students learn to 
shag in 4 square inches while 
dodging broken glass. 







WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23 

ALL DAY. "Fraternity and Sorority Introduction Day." An 
opportunity for association with students from upper 
middle-class white families. Not a Rush function. 



7 a.m. -5 p.m. 



8-10 a.m. 



9 & 10:30 a.m. 



1-2 p.m. 
2-4 p.m. 



2-4 p.m. 



Registration for Returning and 
Re-Admitted Students. For 
pre-registered students: First day of 
Drop-Add. Hell temporarily relocates 
to Woollen Gym. 
Mathematics 11 Exemption 
Examination (recite the multiplication 
table of 8 up to "8 x 36,897"). 
French and Spanish Achievement 
Tests. (Impersonate Charles D. Gaulle 
or Ponce D. Leon and explain, in the 
respective language, what the "D. " is 
for). 

Free hour to write home to Mom. 
Physics 26 Placement Examination 
(demonstrate the melt-down of a 
nuclear power plant). 007 Phillips Hall. 
German MLA Examination (the Wurst 
is yet to come). 404 Dey Hall. 



THURSDAY, AUGUST 24 

The fun's over. Classes begin. 

Drop-Add continues. (So what? The Inquisition lasted for 

years). 



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South Campus 
Sabotage 



It was at night thiat i first saw thie Emerald City. We were 
driving up thiis winding asphalt slash when they just appeared 
stoutly on the horizon; there were four halls pulsing greenly 
through the night fog, each with its own brick road. They were 
hecatombs to some quota God, but we didn't know that yet. 
Like dusty moths in an all-night diner, we were just attracted to 
the lights 




I had always heard about South Campus (UNC at Pittsboro, 
they called it) but had never considered going there, even for 
fun, until I was unceremoniously closed out of my freshman 
home, Spinster Dorm. My only connection with that part of the 
state was to the Pine Room's mutant brother. Chase Cafeteria 
- and that had been secondhand. A bunch of militant meal- 
plan freshmen had decided to meet at the U bus stop one night 
to ride down to Chose for some comparative injestion a la 
Ralph Nader. Next lunch meeting, they reported back to us that 
unlimited dosages of Pine Room leftovers weren't worth the ride. 
My own trip down the redbrick road began when the housing 
folks took me away from my home by the arboretum and of- 
fered me a room with a panoramic view on the fifth floor of 
Hinton James. 





Actually the view is pretty good, especially on lucently 
veiled mornings of snow. Summer was still expiring its hot 
breath on my neck when I moved into James, so I wasn't 
fully appreciative at the time. On all floors people were 
discovering neighbors through doors and windows left 
open. Freshmen hovered by the elevators in name-tagged 
clumps and waited to be led around compus. My 
roommate was one of them, but I didn't realize it until I read 
the note she had left on our door, I walked to the side of the 
room that she had staked out and looked at her books; two 
cookbooks. Victoria Holt gothic novels, a "Carolina Course 
Review, " a dictionary, and a Tolkien paperback trilogy. On 
her bed were three sensitive Impressionist posters, two 




mysterious Andrew Wyeth prints, and one Sylvester Stallone, 
still hot from the sun in the Pit, as were two warped records 
lying beside their receipt. She had left a matching 
bedspread on the dusty striped mattress thot was to be my 
bed. After this, I felt fully introduced and hoped that she 
wouldn't return to smudge my mental graphics. Already 
dust was breeding a malicious rabble in the corner of the 
room, I had forgotten how methodically the dust would gild 
our belongings, ourselves. The room rotated with mustiness 
of dust recently made active, I went to the balcony for fresh 
air and watched stiff-armed cuckoopeople march back 
and forth with boxes. They were scanning the floors in both 
directions for friends or attractive legs. Although I didn't 
know anybody else who lived in James, I searched the 
crowd for people I might have passed in the library or on 
my way to class. For lack of a familiar face I went back to 
the room to tape trivia on the walls and arrange my things, 
"Make sure all that tape is off the walls, sweep the floor - 
that dust is awful." my RA said, then left the room, crossed 
the hall and repeated, "Get all that tape off the wall and 
make sure to sweep the floor - this dust is awful," I cculd 
imagine the little purple words on the script that Carr 
Building had sent to all the RAs, In the corners the dust was 
still unabashedly procreating. 




One afternoon during Orientation I was taking a friend up 
to my room when suddenly we lieard ttie sounds "OOOH- 
OOH" returned by a hiigher pitched "OOOOH-OOHH-OOH" 
and another "OOOOOH-OOOH-OOH" and another and 
another and another. 

"So what they say about James is true," he gloated. "It is 
a jungle." 

"No, no, "I was quick to explain, "Those are the Omega 
Psi Phis talking I mean not talking but . . . " It was hopeless 
and he just nodded as if he knew on awful secret about my 
health. 

I got to know that type of look well during the first weeks in 
James. I got the same kind of look for different reasons from 
the people in my suite. Finally, a girl from across the hall 
came to my door and said, "You been smokin' that heib 
again. I can smell it clear across the hall." Then she turned 
and walked straight back into her room. Later I asked my 
roommate, "Is it bothering the other people that I smoke?" 
She hedged and giggled, hedged and giggled, like the 
girls in fifth grade who wouldn't sing "Rocka my soul in the 
(bosom] of Abraham." 

"Well . . ." 

"Come on, tell me," I sounded impatient, as if the sus- 
pense were subtly unnerving. 

"They think it stinks up the hail, but nobody minds except 
Moribelle." 

"Moribelle?" I was surprised that a girl who slept even/ 
night in her boyfriend's room would be so narrow about 
other things. 

One Sunday evening not too many weeks later as I was 
wandering around my room, listening to WXYC, not quite 
ready to study, the door opened. I spun quickly to conceal 
the fact that I had been gazing at myself in the mirror. 

"Got any herb?" It was the girl from across the hall. 

"What is this - a frame or something?" I said. "Nope, 
sorry, I can't help you." 

"It's not me against it. It's them." She indicated mysterious 
phantoms in the hail. "In Bunn (apparently a North Carolina 
town) we smoke herb all the time." 

I sized her up in a professional way: Had she ever bitched 
at me for staying too long in the shower? Had I ever 
bothered her studying with loud talk? Had I ever borrowed 
clothes from her? I found no cause for offense on her part so 
I decided to risk it, "OKOK," I said, "but it has to stay in this 
room." 




I pulled a joint out of my drawer and lit it. Although 
marijuana etiquette calls for the guest to light the joint, I 
figured they probably didn't know what marijuana 
etiquette was in Bunn 

My roommate walked in and said, "Why don't you go out 
on the balcony?" as if we were two cats that had crapped 
on the dining room carpet, so we left. 

It was good to be outside, though. We sat with our feet 
hanging over the balcony and watched the people on 
other floors going back and forth. The wing that faced us 
looked like stacked and musty Chinese carry-out cartons. 
We smoked in silence until there was nothing to hold but a 
resinous rag of paper. She flicked it over the railing with her 
thumb and we watched it die in mid-air, A light the color of 
a Halloween pumpkin's eye came to us from the hail, sur- 
rounded our doorways, spilled behind us in our rooms. 
When I came back in, my roommate watched me, looking 
closely for the altered slant of eye, the slack mouth, the grin. 
I totally frustrated her with a wide-eyed frown and turned up 
WXYC so that the gargling voices made a nice wall be- 
tween us. 



One night, a group of us were walking 
bacl< fronn o concert on Etiringhaus Field, 
down \he redbricl< rood ttiat leads to James, 
We piled into the elevator and immediately I 
smelled the ghost of PTA man past. I could 
smell the corner he had stood in, the pizza 
essence delineated his body, 

"Who's hungry?" I asked, 

"I am," 

"Me," 

"Me, too," 

It was a consensus, so I called a meeting in 
my room. As we headed back to the 
elevators. I said, "Remember, nobody gets 
hurt. All we want are pizzas without an- 
chovies," 

We rode down in silence, contemplating 
our roles and feeling smug that we would fi- 
nally hove a college caper to drag from 
dusty memory and tell our kids. We stationed 
ourselves in strategic corners of the lobby. 
When friends came through we mumbled 
hello and then looked bock at the floor. We 
couldn't be detained in a conversation about 
the band at Ehringhaus, The concert was a 
fortunate coincidence for us. since most of 
the Jamesites were over there listening to the 
music bouncing off the building. At 9:17 he 
came in. the little PTA man in red, carrying his 
precious silver cargo. We pushed our way 
into the elevator behind him and tapped the 
"Door Closed" button. He was a little wimpy 
thing with greasy hair and glasses, the 
burned-out hippie type turned organic that 
PTA usually attracts, Steve bumped the man 
against the wall and wrestled the oven out of 
his little fingers. He hod dirty feline nails which 
managed to puncture Steve in the wrist, Steve 
jumped out at third floor with the oven in 
hand to climb the stairs to my room on the 
fifth. While the PTA man whined, "Gimme 
back those damn pizzas," I pulled the rope 
out of my purse. Before we got the sweat sock 
between his teeth he shouted, "I'll be 
charged for everything in therel" 



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We were too hungry to be sympottietic, but our tiunger 
motivated us to on efficient wrap-up of our man, 
Symbionese Liberation Army style. On the tenth floor we got 
out, leaving the PTA man bound and gagged and the 
elevator on "Emergency Stop," Down to fifth we ran and slid 
into my room, giggling. Already Steve had taken out the 
three pizzas to send down the empty oven. We did enclose 
a dollar tip and a note explaining what had happened, 
pleading the little mans case with his superiors. I heard later 
that an RA had found him lying in the elevator and that 
there had been a search of the halls for the culprits. But we 
had turned out our lights, save one orange ember, and 
eaten in the dark. 

I'm still searching for the Emerald City. James only glitters 
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SHADES OF PINK 

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I have this recurring nightmare. In my dream, a benign old 
woman - somebody's mother - lool<s down at me. She 
smiles for a moment, but just before she speal<s, her lips 
spread a scowl across her face. It is then that I recognize her 
OS the blend of every fraternity's housemother. 

She says. "If you're going to be Greek, don't do it half- 
assed!" 

"I'm sorry, " I whimper, "but I'm a late bloomer." 

"That makes no difference," she warbles, and for atone- 
ment she makes me hold a lighted match, allowing me to 
blow it out only when I have recited the Greek alphabet. 
Backwards. 

I wake up ashamed and know that it's true: I am a border- 
line fraternity man. IVly colors are not pure pigment, they 
blend, bleed, mix. and fade. Khaki with red. pink with black, 
green with orange, blue with gray - I lie on the color wheel 
where pastels smear into primaries. 

But it was not always this way. My arrival in Chapel Hill was 
monochromatic: paint it light blue, the color of my Mun- 
singwear penguin shirts and Converse canvas sneakers. 
Being tossed into a world of baggy bermuda shorts and tri- 
colored belts was as unnatural as red apples look when seen 
through a green gel 

But tossed I was. 





385 



Mark and I found the invitations on the floor; it would not 
be the last time the space beneath our door lent itself as a 
campus-mail slot. We had, like so many other freshmen on 
one of those first nights at Carolina, spent the evening at a 
street dance sponsored by Upper Quad (or v^/as it Lower 
Quad? after four years I still get the two confused), where 
never had so many stood for so long with their hands in their 
pockets. (Ah, the tribal rites of the socially self-conscious.) 
There, in our stupor, in the doorway of our dorm room deco- 
rated with two complimentary Pabst Blue Ribbon poster- 
calendars, we intently read our summons. The honors of our 
presence had been cordially requested to attend the Be- 
tas' first fraternity rush function. 




A daiquiri party. I'd had daiquiris before. Once. They 
were made with rum, I recalled. But before I could ponder 
the significance of attending a party where honest-to-God 
mixed drinks were being served, I noticed "Dates Wel- 
come" engraved in the bottom lett-hand corner of the invi- 
tation. Dates? Good Lord, I was an out-of-state freshman 
who had yet to learn his RA's name and here someone was 
expecting me to bring a girl to this thing. Mark and I 
reasoned it would be best to go stag, that we'd have a 
better opportunity to meet the brothers. You know, get a 
first-hand look at what the Greek system was all about. 
Besides, we had no other choice. 



386 




m 




It was the first time I tiad worn a coat and tie annong my peer 
group since Sunday School days. Nonetheless. I felt rather 
warm and witty in my three-piece Sears mix-n-match suit, the 
polyester brushing against my shoulders with every firm hand- 
shake I dealt out. But there we stood, suffering the occassional 
headaches from drinking those "lime slushes" too quickly; feel- 
ing immensely neurotic since we were two of the few who had 
not brought dates, repeating for the umpteenth time our 
majors, career goals, and places of birth, (The presence of a 
rushee from anywhere beyond the bounds of the Tar Heel state 
seemed to bring many of the bro's into an excited state. I was 
the crowbar that pried open a new can of conversation. "So, 



■^ 




Don, tell me; How did you happen to come to Carolina?") 

There was even a corner of the room which reminded me of 
Animal House, where rushees like Abdul and a Stanley or two 
stood reading old composites as had been suggested to them. 
So, I thought, this is fraternity life. 

But that was hundreds of pumps of the keg and many years 
ago, and a lot more add-a-beads have been strung on the 
gold chain of life. Past perceptions being what they are - or 
aren't - I feel the need to lean on more current observations. I 
need some definition. 



387 



Definition. Good old Merriam Webster, pretender to thie 
ttirone of the dictionorv kingdom, offers substance: "fra-ter-ni-t/, 
n,, 1. A group of people associated or formally organized for a 
common purpose, interest, or pleasure as a men's student or- 
ganization formed chiefly for social purposes, having secret 
rites and a name consisting of Greek letters." 

Okay, breaking it down we start off with "common purpose." 
There was the Homecoming parade. A lot of people wearing 
Greek letters climbed aboard a dozen beer trucks, tossed beer 
at the crowd, poured beer over themselves, distributed frisbees 
with beer logos, and consumed large quantities of beer, all 
toward a common purpose: BEER. Deem it purpose, interest, or 
pleasure, the guys on Cameron Avenue gathered to flash di- 
ving cords OS Granville East residents passed merrily on their 
way to BA 71 or English 82. "Seven-five. Seven-five. Eight. Eight- 
five. And a four from the Phi Gam judge." 

Somewhere along the line the word "common" acquired 
negative overtones. That's unfortunate. If God hadn't wanted to 
single out men who wore shoes without socks, he never 
would've created fraternities. Besides, to the trained eye, there 
are literally hundreds of different patterns for madras blouses. 
To all but the undiscerning, there is a positive approach to 
conventionality. Tretorn, after all, offers sneakers with o stripe in 
more than one pastel color. 




388 




390 



wm 




As long as we're holding the Webster's ruler 
up to the UNC Greek systenn, let's include the 
rites, secret or otherwise. Hazing was an oc- 
casional unkept secret across campus. 
Sometimes you couldn't help stumbling over 
a pledge counting the number of bricks in a 
path across the street from his house. On a 
given evening you might drive alongside a 
car at a stoplight and witness three of the four 
occupants donned in black hoods. Monty 
Python is right: nobody expects the Spanish 
Inquisition. 

But as any faithful viewer of National Geo- 
graphic specials will remind you, all rites 
need not be secret. Toga parties kicked off 
the year, and strictest devotees pinned al- 
ligators to their sheets. (I have often won- 
dered where they found the unattached 
cloth reptiles, God knows they didn't take 
razor blades to their own shirts.) If you were a 
local band without a black lead singer and 
didn't have Otis Day and the Knights' "Shout " 
in your repertoire, you might as well have 
hung up your sequin suit - even if you could 
play "Tighten Up" and "With This Ring" like no 
one else in town. 

Not that there weren't a lot of mixers every 
week. There were beach mixers, morning 
mixers (those participants still standing by 
8:00 a.m. could saunter into Econ 31 with a 
book in one hand and a Bloody Mary in the 
other), stranger mixers, get small mixers, 
punk rock mixers, gangster mixers, come-as- 
your-fovorite-vegetoble mixers. You name it, 
they mixed it, 



391 



Women, too, mixed new colors for their 
palettes. Seas of pink and green moved from 
house to house during fall formal rush. Even 
non-Greeks noticed the change in campus 
color as they moved from the Pit tov\^ard Car- 
roll Hall. Some of us observed the process of 
infiltration as the staunchest dormrats were 
seen sporting buttondowns and creaseless 
khakis. The wheel turned; the colors blurred. 
Alas, ever/thing used to be so black and 
white. 

Color me gray. My idea of the "layered 
look" is a Coors beer T-shirt beneath an Ox- 
ford shirt. My corduroys flare. I con shag, but 
only to the likes of Boston and The Beatles. 

But despite my self-proclaimed need to be 
placed on a seperate shelf, I can't read my 
trends Into the lifestyles that go on without 
me. Will the guys in Winston dorm soon be 
taking road trips? Or will the DKEs hold a 
make-your-own-sundae study break? Or will 
hell freeze over in our lifetime? 

But as yet nobody's drowned in a gator pit, 
whether It be filled with water, beer, or 
dance-floor air. Me, I'd rather keep my feet 
dry. I'm fairly content just to sit back, drink my 
scotch and water out of a 7-Eleven Slurpee 
baseball trading cup, and watch the parade 
pass by. 'VjCi'' 



392 




1 




393 



i 




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1. Darrell Enzherger 


38. Dwight Lewis 


rT^ f 1 


2. Karen Comer 


39. Terry Bragg 


L 1 J 1 f 


.V Sally Agner 


40. Leigh Ann Shumate 


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4. David Smith 


41. Mark Anderson 


^L «A mm 


.^. Angle Runyon 


42. Mary Lowrance 




6. Karen Suees 


43. Greg Glasby 




7. Terry Home 


44. Debbie Gentry 


ADVISORS; 

ean James 0. Cansler 

Mrs. Edith M. Ellioll 

Mr. William M. Geer 

Mr. Roland Giduz 


8. Renee Cauley 

9, Joy Maultsby 

10. Paul Viser 

1 1. Bennie Eure 

12. Peter Larson 

13. Linda Prior 


45. Tonja Jordan 

46. Gregg Tripp 

47. Lynne Lowder 

48. Walter Harrell 

49. Nancy Held 

50. Ken Frier 




14. Chris Mason 


51. Elizabeth C. Jones 




\^. Karen Garmon 


52. Cathy Campbell, 




16. Mitch Aiken 


Campus Chest Chairman 




17. John Bower 


53. Lynn Tucker. 




18. Laura Stuart 


Pledgemaster 




19. Dons Chin 


54. Louise Griffin. 




20. Laura McGeachy 


IM Manager 




21. Jackie Edmonds 


55. Stevie Puekett, 




22. Ginna Lindley 


Social Chairman 




23. Jon Storper 


56. Mary Crawford, 




24. Ann Brueckner 


Historian 




25. Andree Reeves 


57. Greg Winchester, 




26. Tim Mason 


President 




27. Jan Marks 


58. Jeff Cheek, 




28. Katie McKelvey 


Sergeant-at-Arms 




29. Julie Cole 


59. Suzi Self, 




30. Carol Weynand 


Special Projects Chairman 




31. James Campbell 


60. Ann Martinelli, 




32. Tom Wood 


Treasurer 




33. Bo Houff 


61. John Sternlicht, 




34. Jean Henderson 


Secretary 




35. Karen Hood 


62. Susan Caldwell 




36. Jill Lewis 


63. Flo Hamrick, 




37. Debbie Mooney 


Pledge Class President 



Of 





394 



NOT PICTURED: 
Marianne Bab 
Keliy Banks 
Steve Banks 
Andy Bell 
Elaine Boyette 
Ric Cole 
Warren Collier 
Judson Cooper 
Janice Coulter 
Nancy Cox 
Randy Davis 
Joel Dunn 
Steve Felts 
Rick Flannin 
Randy GofF 
Kari Harris 
Randy Harry 
Randy Hedgepeth 
Stacie Hollenberg 
Ted Humphrey 
Igor 

Melissa Ingram 
Brenda Jenkins 



Mike Kanak 
James Laney 
Mae Liau 
Debbie Lucas 
Sherri Marlowe 
Becky Mason 
Matt Matthews 
Robin McCarter 
Janet McCauley 
Mary Lou McMaster 
Kathy Sue Miller 
Wesley O'Brien 
Rachel Parker 
Karen Sederstrom 
Susan Shugart 
Karen Smith 
Kenna Stephenson 
Karen Stevenson 
Ramona Tie 
Bob Watson 
Walt White 
Karen Wollner 
Chuck Worthy 




395 




396 



Sisters of the Maltese Cross 


1 . Tom 

2, Ed Gillum 


Page Bauder. 


Allison Elsee Marty Patteson 


3. Bill Waterfield 


President 


Debra Jo Fondren Monique St. Pierre 


4. Steve Smith 


Elizabeth Byrd 


Molly Froelich Kathy Pinson 


5. Sterling Jones 


Molly Caroland 


Gwynn Hathaway Holly Reid 


6. Woody Wooten 


Kim Carson 


Karen Hoff Lisa Satterthwaite 


7. Mark Merritt. 


Marilyn Chambers 


Kathv Ibach Susan Swindell 


President 


Julie Clarkson 


Gail McLennan Jane Thomson 


8. Chief (David Barbee) 


Sally Colhoun 


Margie McLeod Cynthia Woodbum 


9, Rick Groves 




Katharine Medearis 


10. Kedar Bryan 

11. Stark Radcliff 

12. Dick Davidson 

13. Lyndon Fuller 

14. Paul Stack \ 




1 



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15. Don Yeatman 

16. Chip Ensslin 

17. Jack Massey 

18. Charlie Cooper 

19. Frank Clarkson 

20. Boyce Garland 

21. Hugh Bennett 

22. Kevin Holt 

23. Shep Yates 

24. Eddie Nowell 

25. Art Stetson 

26. Greg Ingram 

27. John Baccich 

28. Bruce Henning 

29. Bill Story 

30. Page Dettor 



31. Stockton Holt 

32. Burrus Smith 

33. Chris Capel 

34. Andy Mauck 

35. Bev Landstreet 

36. Will Robinson 

37. Miller Stevens 

38. Ken Mounlcastle 

39. Dewey Dorsetl 

40. Tom Morss 



NOT PICTURED: 
Brad Brainard 
Bucky Buckley 
Brad Connett 



Morgan Crawford 
Chuck Dessomes 
Tommy Dorsett 
Wyatt Easterling 
Thad Faison 
Barry Frazelle 
Brian Goray 
Webster Hughes 
Whit James 
Gary Jones 
Doug Maxwell 
Rob Meador 
Larry Myers 
John Strupp 
Alan Wolfe 
Ernie Youhouse 



397 




1 


Tom Templelon 


34. Alex Calhoun 




Ralph Whitfield 


35. Mark Landis 


^ 


Dave Kirk 


36. Harold Crenshaw 


4 


Charles 'Tsh"' Barbee 




S 


Selby Benton 


NOT PICTURED: 


5 


George King 


McKay Belk 


7 


Will Fanjoy 


Louis Bledsoe 


8 


Kel Landis 


Will Chapman. President 


9 


Richard Fountain 


Rhodes Craver 


) 


Charles Royal 


John Crowley 


1 


Butch Cooper 


Scott DeGuzman 


T 


Cary Ahl 


Marshall Evans 


1. 


Jon Kune 


Chris Froman 


4 


Dick Blankenship 


John Goforih 


S 


Mike Blair 


Mike Grubbs 


6 


Tim Stump 


Jimmy Hart 


7 


Walter Ricks 


Robbie Hiwes 


8 


Fritz Homans 


Ron Hodge 


9 


David Trent 


Ed Holmes 


3. 


Chip Dillon 


Lex Howard 


1. 


Mike Jacobs 


David Howell 


-> 


Steve Patty 


Jim Kuyk 


V 


Bill Foster 


Mike McCall 


4 


Fang Hassold 


John Milchener 


S 


Paul Krogh 


Jim Raby 


S 


Rick Gunn 


Gus Riera 


7 


Sandy Cockrell 


Dee Robinson 


8 


Ed Newsom 


John Snyder 


9. 


David McMahan 


Jimmy Taylor 


) 


Bill Teague 


Reb Thomas 


. 


Mike Ranson 


Tim White 




Mike Elliott 


Ed Woltz 


1. 


Steve Parham 


Ed Young 





Ben 









Daughters of the Dragon 



1 . Roxanne Nelson 

2. Sarah Trulove 

3. Peggy McCown 
4- Ellen Young 

5. Margie Robertson 

6. Amy Colgan 

7. Ashley Craver 
Ann Benjamin 
Margie Barnum 
Lisa Gunn 
Sandra Rjdge 
Kelly McCarthy 
Morgie Towler 



NOT PICTURED: 
BIythe Boyd 
Gayle Caulder 
Leslie Cleveland 
Ruth Culhertson 
Hunter Dortch 
Abie Dowd 
Betsy Helms 
Nancy Hinton 
Janie Hunt 
Lee Kenion 
Charlotta King 



Mary Kirk 
Lindsey Linker 
Ann Marshall 
Marti Marshall 
Cindy Norris 
Stacy Stubhs 
Cathy Vayda 
Cindy Walker 
Emily Warren 
Annette Weaver 
Elizabeth Woltz 



399 



I 





NOT PICTURED: 
Jimmy Campbell 
Mike Clemen! 
Jerry Eatman 
Bill Edwards 
Scott Ellison 
Strih Ellison 
Sam Hatcher 
John Holland 
Alan Hornaday 
Quenlin Leggett 
Mike McDowell 
Will Monroe 
Andy Move 
Ric Payne 
Mike Ritler 
John Sipp 
Mark Vitek 
Eli Wilis 



1. Joe McMurray 

2. Al Cole 

3. Tim Beane 

4. William Fragakis 

5. Robert Sink 
ft. Phil Lane 

7 Robin Summerlin 

8 Johns Ellington 
9, Curtis Faircloth 

10. Tom Thomas 

11. Joe Cherry 

12. Doug McDowell 
1.1. William Hester 
14. Mike Harnll 

I? Steve Winn 
1ft. Crews Walden 

17. Larry Hastings 

18. Frank Jones 

19. Fred Vlasis 



2(1. William Niblock 

21. Pat Stokes 

22. Eddie Carlton 

23. Lee Borden 

24. Chip Hamnck 

25. David Shore 

26. Brad Shinaman 

27. Matt Knox 

28. Walt Gillikm 

29. Dick Proctor 

30. David Carroll 

31. Bill Nicholson 

32. Ronnie Freeman 

33. Jeff Jones 

34. Lee Green 

35. Bob Wallers 

36. Steve Cella 

37. Joe Poats 

38. Courtenay Miller 

39. Kip Fraasa 
40 Jim Ellison 

41. Bill Bryan 

42. Churd Monroe 

43. Paul McMinn 

44. Charles Bryan 

45. John Pyecha 

46. Frank King 

47. Joseph Griffith 



400 





401 



NOT PICTURED: 

Charlie Allen 
Bill Billica 
Rick Blanks 
Ward BonduranI 
Craig Brown 
Roy Cooper 
Glenn Cutler 
Scott Davis 
Mike DeVine 
David Dickson 
Theodore DuBose 
Steve Felts 
Russell Flinchum 
Don Fox 
Chuck Gardiner 
Kevin Garrity 
Mike Hasty 
Jordy Hawley 
J.B. Kelly 
Caleb King 
Brad Kutrow 
Bob Long 
Jim Meisel 



Trey Monroe 
Billy Newman 
Pat Nicholson 
Scott Norberg 
John Perl 
Jim Phillips 
Rodney Phillips 
Shawn Poole 
Ed Rak 
Hank Ralston 
Smitty Richardson 
Gene Rossilch 
Barry Saunders 
Ronnie Shehee 
Jerry Striph 
Chuck Summers 
Tim Taylor 
Jay Tervo 
Reid Thompson 
David Vandenbergh 
Don Van der Vaart 
Richard Whisnant 
Don Woodard 





402 





1. 



Richard Terrell 

2. Tom Terrell 

3. Phil Dickey 

4. Edward Scolt 

5. Peler Estelle 

6. Nick Manos 

7. Tony Fomasier 

8. Jimmy Everhan 

9. Bill Turner 

10. Pete Mitchell 

1 1. Tim Sullivan 

12. Seth Ahlborn 

13. Joe French 
14 Mark Kogan 
15. Jim Alexandre 



Bill Heisel 
Matt Judson 



18. Frank Spencer 

19. Roland Jones 

20. Walton Reeves 

21. Manly Roberts 

22. Peter Winfrey 

23. Thomas Mayo 

24. Cliff Abels 

25. Randy Harry 

26. Mark McWhinney 

27. Brad Vogelbach 

28. Steve Hunting 

29. Sam Sockwell 

30. Judson Cooper 



31. Owen Page 

32. Tandy Brown 

33. John Bason 

34. Georg 

35. Gary Bowers 

36. Jimmy Grogan 

37. Jeff Koeze 

38. Jack Deyton 

39. Ward Blalock 

40. Bob Cramer 

41. Alex Erwin 

42. David Pence 

43. Harry Sibold 

44. Darcy Sibold 

45. Steve DeVine 



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403 



Mi 





A -wr 




1. 


Norwood Smith 


A 1/ 


^ Ml 


2 


Paul Sites 


/\ K 


H 


3 


Bill Bush 


/ % 1^ 


W 1 J 


4 


Joel Murphy 


m^^ ^. 




5 


Charles Wickham 






6. 


Tom McCarty 






7 


Jack Blount 


NOT PICTURED: 


Lee King 


8 


Jim Grainger 




Bill Lippincott 


9. 


Hugh McColl 


Pen Agnew 


Guyer Longenecker 


10 


John Hannon 


Bob Badgett 


Bruce Matthat 


II 


Brooks Lide 


Ned Badgett 


Hugh Mattox 


12. 


Robert Mason 


Jack Barker 


George Maxwell 


13. 


Jim Hardison 


Bill Blair 


Jim Maynard 


14. 


Andy Spencer 


Clay Bordley 


Brae McKee 


15. 


Tom Hannon 


Albert Butler 


Biff Niven 


16 


Jock Folley 


Bruz Clark 


Charlie Owen 


17. 


Mac Hoak. President 


Robert Divine 


Houston Payne 


18. 


Comer Jennings 


Sandy Finch 


Bill Smith 


19. 


Brad Feiman 


Bill Floyd 


Scott Smith 


20. 


George Payne 


Hunter Francis 


Doug Stein 


21. 


Steve Mullen 


Robert Hays 


Burton Stewart 


IT 


Bruce Gow 


Truman Hobb 


Chris Stokes 


23. 


Fred Duckworth 


Rob Huffaker 


Skip Stokes 


24. 


Steve Peacock 


Winder Hughes 


David Townsend 


25. 


Jeff Aiken 


Chris Hutchins 


Artie Williams 


26, 


Tom Hackney 


Jimbo Izlar 


Ward Williams 


27. 


George White 


Toddy Johnson 


John Woolard 


28. 


Pete McMillan 


David Jones 


David Zook 


29. 


Pete Costa 









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NOT PICTURED: 
Sam Dean 
Cliff Hunt 
Rusty Mills 
Brian Monday 
Stuart Pirrung 
Lee Smith 
Millard Smith 
Rik White 



ATA 



I. 



Penny Liles 

2. Pam Lackey 

3. Dork 

4. John Aragon 

5. Pam Jones 

6. Melonia Phillips 

7. Susan Debrunner 

8. John Miller 

9. Jill Quadlin 

10. Pat Hernon 

1 1. Nancy McKenzie 

12. Russell Proops 

13. Liz Messick 

14. Don Sullivan 

15. Ed Williams 

16. Kelly Mollica 

17. Curtis Bass 

18. Lisa Winans 



19. Sy Berger 

20. Larry Johnson 

21. Greg Meeker 

22. Laura Haas 

23. Patsy Morretl 

24. Robert Wease 

25. Sarah Hamby 

26. Linda Browning 

27. Steve Brady 

28. Jennifer DiSalvo 

29. Rita Coffey 

30. Mark Abee 

31. Jeannie Fields 

32. Pete Flack 

33. Mark Boudreaux 

34. David Bass 

35. Butch Weston 

36. Phil Styers 



405 



LITTLE SISTERS: 

Elaine Adams 
Flo Boyette 
Ann Duvall 
Jan Edwards 
Annette Fuller 
Lisa FuiT 
Lisa Goodwin 
Beth Gregg 
Betty Hawkins 
Pam Hildebran 
Saundra Hoffner 
Tammy Johnson 
Vicky Johnson 
Sherri Luce 
Kim Nail 
Nancy Ortolani 
Dianne Pippin 
Kim Pippin 
Susan Raridon 
Carol Ricks 
Annette Rountree 
Heather Ryon 
Lynn Sherer 
Pam Shivar 
Annie Steward 
Laura TiUey 



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SHIT 



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1. Dan Barwick 


25. Tommy Keeter 


49. Bill Fleet 


2. Leslie Boyd 


26. Stuart Kaleel 


50. Steve Ross 


3. Robby Campbell 


27. Ed Boynton 


51. Pressly Mattox 


4. Scott Hinson 


28. Land Hite 


52. Gary Howell 


5. "Nugget." "Sport" Upsilon 29. Jeff Ulma 


53. Woody Sessoms 


6. Ricky Summerlin 


30. Bobby Strickland 


54. John Booker 


7. Tim Wyrick 


31. Don Collier 




8. Jeff Murph 


32. Steve Bryan 


NOT PICTURED: 


9. Mark Hubbard 


33. Gregg Daugherty 


Rob Boggs 


10. Kevin McLeod 


34. Jack Dalrymple 


Wayne Cannon 


11. Glen Burgess 


35. Rick Jordan 


Terry Dodson 


12. Phil Thomas 


36. Bart Riddick 


Jeff Edwards 


13. Chuck Mason 


37. Tim Burgiss 


Dan Fitz 


14. Chris Powell 


38. Keith SheU 


David Foster 


15. Greg Shell 


39. Ed Cook. President 


Joel Hylton 


16. Tim Nethery 


40. Kurt Haefeli 


Jack King 


17. Dennis Jones 


41. Clark Daugherty 


Mark Mann 


18. Russ Price 


42. Mike Harrell 


Jon Martin 


19. Jeff Mott 


43. Lan7 Good 


Trent McKay 


20. Warren Hipp 


44. Joe Brank 


John Newsome 


21. Hank Edwards 


45. Keith Head 


Joseph Newton 


22. Rick Magee 


46. Ricky May 


Jim Owens 


23. Bert Woodard 


47. Ken Samuelson 


Doug Ruff 


24. Chris Riggs 


48. Ricky Byrd 


Jay White 




m 




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407 



i^fiJS'SiSi 




AXn 



1. Jill Quadlin 

2. Susan Croft 

3. Miriam Dobson 

4. Mary Sloop 

5. Yvonne Mathews 

6. Kayren Andrews 

7. Tony Wilson 

8. Lonnie Dawes 

9. Stacey Brandt 

10. Shelley AlstatI 

1 1. Jennifer Watson 

12. Brent King 

13. Fohiiette Williams 



14. Lee Meyers 

15. Sue Gilliland 

16. Sharon Siegrist 

17. Anna Campen 

18. Don Sparrow 

19. Nancy Wainer 

20. Betsy Branch 

21. Suzie Flowers 

22. Dan Jones 

23. Suzanne Reid 

24. Pam Jones 

25. Sam Hewitt 

26. Julian Murdoch 



27. Lee Carter 

28. John Estes 

29. Brian Bunch 

30. Terry Woods 

31. Lynn Boyette 

32. Sharyn Starnes 

33. Lisa Hall 

34. Harry Creekmuir 

35. Kathleen Houlihan 

36. Dr. Bigoness 

37. Betsy Gillette 

38. Jamie Moore 

39. Kay Rupert 



NOT PICTURED: 
Jim Abbott 
Betsy Burke 
Angela Davis 
Lydia Fuse 
Chuck Gallman 
Don Joyner 
Steve Lyon 
Melody Ray 
Susan Rogers 
Frank Shell 
Tim Smith 
Hank Steinberg 
John Teague 
Ann White 




408 




1. Bert Newsome 

2. Jack Holbrook 

3. Matt Wood 

4. Jones Perry 

5. Marshall Hart 

6. Mark Banning 

7. Paul Conway 

8. Bill Ellis 

9. Jeff Morrison 

10. Lizzie 

1 1. Bob Murphy 

12. Moose McLean 

13. Honk Stewart 

14. Bill Dixon 

15. Chip Peete 

16. Francis Izurieta 

17. Scott Bryant 

18. Tom Loftis 

19. Tarpley Mott 

20. Jeff Mathis 

21. Bob Simmons, President 

22. Brook Barnes 

23. Dave Jones 

24. John Steel 

25. Doug Town send 

26. Roger Gant 




NOT PICTURED: 
Frank Bedell 
John Black 
Doug Brewer 
Edward Dwight 
J.D. Henderson 
Tal Henry 
Bill Hughes 
Jamie Karson 
Todd Kelly 
Stewart Matthews 
Curtis Rudolph 
John Threshie 
K.C. Wagner 



niir 



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409 



^ 



1 


Kathy CahiM 


14 


Dr. Jack Wier. Advisor 




■> 


Robin Kluitz 


15 


Kelly Overby 




3 


Georgeanne Sebastian 


16 


Tammy Everette 


NOT PICTURED 


4 


Paula Barfield 


17 


Patti Tarlton 


Wilma Alston 


5 


Janet Alexander 


18 


Diane Goodwin 


Beth Burgess 


6 


Sharon Conlev 


19 


Suzi Self 


Minam Crabtree 


7 


Stephanie Durham. 


20. 


Debbie Edwards 


Pattv Ferrell 




President 


21 


Lisa Fulbright 


Kim Hamlet 


8. 


Cathy Lett 


TT 


Sherry Campbell 


Shelby Johnson 


9 


Laura Jordan 


23 


Marquita West 


Kay Miller 


10. 


Pam Maekev 


24 


Gloria Murray 


Karen O'Malley 


II 


Fave Crawford 


25, 


Barbara Adams 


Sharon Page 


12 


Susanne Venezia 


26. 


Eula Daniel 


Charia Smith 


11 


Robin Olmstead 


27. 


Stephanie Crawford 


Kathy Webster 





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410 



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1. 



Randy Ball 
Ra\ Burke 
Steve Potter 
Parks Thomas 
Scolt Gibson 
Lynn Whitesell 
Virginia Gamer 

8- Shannon Burroughs 

9. Jack Koford 

10. Bob Leeds 

11. Russ Phipps 

12. Andy Tingen 

13. Gary Harden 

14. Scott Se.xton 

15. Ted Michie 

16. Earl Lane 

17. Chuck Zimmerman 

18. Tammy Abemathy 

19. Mike Venable 

20. Marsha Knott 

21. Mike Carrelli 

22. Dwight Cowart 
Lisa Flynn 
Chuck Flynn 
Eric Hayes 

26. Richard Creekmore 

27. EUis Murchison 

28. Teresa Faison 

29. Donnie Davis 

30. Susan Speir 

31. Melanie Patterson 

32. Mike Long 

33. Ben Howard 

34. Chns Day 

35. Steve Cobb 

36. Susan Raridon 

37. Alan Knight 

38. Sam Chandler 

39. Mary Davis 

40. Tommy Honeycutt 

41. Phil Stafford 

42. Joe Singletary 



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23. 
24. 
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NOT PICTURED: 
Debbie Baker 
Paula Barfield 
Betsy Barnes 
Sieve Bumjs 
Dewayne Caldwell 
Miriam Crablree 
Debbie Edwards 
Jeff Fitzgerald 
Dennis Fowler 
Kim Hardison 
Dale Hardy 
Betsy Hughes 
Sharon Isgett 
Mark Kessier 
Earl Key 
Jan Lassiter 
Buddy Lingle 
Eric Locklear 
Lisa Long 
Susan Lowe 
Phyllis Malewich 
Bob Morgan 
Bob Nemargut 
Pam Niven 
Gary Oakley 
Robyn Olm stead 
Cissy Schwinn 
Greg Shull 
Susan Sitterson 
Donna Taylor 
Susanne Venezia 
Sandra Welbom 
Paul White 



411 




J^ 


=-^ Tf 


PICTURED; 


Vance Knight 


1. Buzz 


Tim Matchunis 




Kirby Matthews 




Randy May 


NOT PICTURED: Ashley Miller 


Dan Baker 


Bill Price 


Lee Baxley 


Andy Robinson 


Davis Blount 


Eric Rodgers 


Randy Brown 


Clay Smitherman 


Tony Bryan 


John Snipes 


Jeff Burcher 


Jacky Spivey 


Walter Carpenter Leon Stockton 


Mark De Carlo 


Keith Strickland 


Larry Gates 


Kevin Stuman 


Mike Gentry 


Joe Townsend 


Barry Grainger 


David Tucker 


Boh Green 


Lou Whitehurst 


Darrell Johnson 


Tom Willson 




412 



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413 



AXA 



LITTLE SISTERS: 6. Anna Breiner 



I , Cathy Campbell 
2 Debbie Wrenn 

3. Tammy Briitain 

4. Karen Byars 

5. Gin Nixon 



7. Julie Saunders 
NOT PICTURED: 
Diana Case 
Nancy Hunler 
Linda Rush 






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L ^ m hh -M W h i Alp hli 



1. Paul Chandley 

2. Patrick Fulton 

3. David Nail. President 

4. David Wasserman 

5. Steve Woody 

6. Craig Haun 

7. Ed Caulfield 

8. David Cowell 

9. Lance Haney 

10. Paul Williams 

1 1. Eric Kostelich 

12. Craig Williard 

13. Ron Lyerly 

14. Marouf Haisan 

15. Dan Skrynski 

16. Barry Roach 

17. James Sutton 

18. Jim Workman 

NOT PICTURED: 
Barry Brown 
Bob Hawfield 
Ben Sutton 



414 





1. Kelvin Burroughs 

2. Kenneth Stewart 

3. Pierre Cromartie 

4. BiUy Nichols 

5. Jesse Grissom 
5. Samuel Tucker 

7. Reuben Blackwell 

8. Gregory Knight 

9. Reginald Sumner 

10. Charles Aldnch 

11. Curtis Sutton 

12. Larry Patterson 

13. Terrence Burroughs 

14. Keith Williams 

15. James Alexander 



16. Donell Jones 

17. Thomas Hill 
18. John Daye 

19. Darryl Henderson 

20. Kraig Holt 

2 1 . Michael Parker 

22. Phillip Woods 

23. Stanley Fleming 



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415 





Lloyd Brewer 
Marty Hancock 
Brad Slipp 
Pete Bradley 
Eric Henry 
Brenny Thompson 
Jeff Yelton 
Calvin Coghill 
John Sinnott 
Mike Perry 
Kim Evans 
Mike Amos 
John Theobald 
Drew Williamson 
Andy Bills 
Rick Eaton 
Jim Moncure 
Kenneth Tanner 
Dave Costner 
Robert Allen 
Mike Brown 
Gary Edge 
Zack Touloupas 
Rjckie Wagstaff 
Keith Worrell 
Scott Hadley 
Powell Peters 
Dusty Gray 
Mac Purcell 
Ward Clayton 
Mike Cox 
Mark Steliotes 
Greg Peters 
Page Smgletary 



35. Bill Thompson 

36. Sammy Batten 

37. Edwin Martin 

38. A.J. Belt 

39. Billy Beard 

40. Billy Gray 

41. Jule Rousseau 

42. Mike Pappas 

43. Terry Wayne 

44. Tommy Wallace 

45. Randy Day 

46. John Miller 

47. John Fish 

48. Denny Tate 

49. Tal House 

50. Gaddy Lassiter 

51. Jim Corbett 

52. R.L. Adams 

53. Berry Biles 

54. Greg Allen 

55. Mark McDougal 

56. Rolo T. Lassiter 

57. David Colquitt 

58. Scott Arena 



NOT PICTURED: 

Donnie Douglas 
Frank Hart 
Keith Herron 
Mark StangI 
R.W. Weaver 



417 




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1 


Joe Williams 




23. 


Fred Crisp 


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1 


Danny Elkins 




24. 


Carl Lowendick 


■ fli 


3 


ScotI Hoehn 




25. 


Ronnie Robinson 


B flU 


4 


J. Dunn 




26. 


Billy Von Schnltz 


W flU 


5 


"Trooper" Lassiler 


27. 


Dixon Wallace 


WJiKm' 


6 


Lee Reavis 




28. 


Steve Barbour 


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7 


David Havwo 


-th 


29. 


David "D.N. A." Allen 




8 


Ben Ficklen 




30. 


John "NoGood" Allgood 




9 


Joel Walters 




31 


Doug Ritchie 




10 


Sam Snow 




32. 


"Pudge" Bacot 




1 1 


Fred Mangum 




33. 


Tom Stevens 




i: 


Floyd Collie 




34. 


Rich "Wrongway" Morgan 


^^^^^^^9BMk 


13, 


Jim Roach 




35. 


R. Brady Osborne, Jr. 




14 


Craig Huggins 




36 


Dan Barbour 




15 


Bill "Mr. Biir 


■ Ferrell 


37. 


Jimmy Seay 


NOT PICTURED 


16 


Kevin "K.C 


Caddell 


38. 


David Howdy 




17. 


Ricky Dowd 




39. 


Rob Mann 


^hris Anton 


18 


Steve "Obno" 


Cogburn 


40. 


Mortimer Snerd 


Dennis Ball 


19 


Steve "Curt" 


Garrett 


41 


Melvin Cowzinofski 


3avid Barkley 


20. 


Bob Wagstaff 




42. 


Ed Pulliam 


Mark Beck 


21. 


Mike Henderson 


43. 


"Duke" Ellington 


im CoUawn 


22. 


Steve Stephenson 


44. 


Ken "Wag" Wagstaff ' 


eff Dotson 












jeorge Gentry 




418 








Vlike Hamilton 










^eid Hawkins 




Randy Hollifield 
Stuart Jones 
Tommy Killian 
Ray Legg 
Jack Mahler 
Bryan Marley 
Lee McAllister 
Richard Mclntyre 
David McNeill 
Miles McRea 
Gary O'Neal 



Gary Parr 

Mike Poe 

Luke Rendlemen 

Dale "Roscoe" Ross 

Rusty Schroeder 

Don Sherman 

Bob "Single-Punch" Singletary 

Ken Snow 

Anthony Sparrow 

Bryan Sturkey 

Steve Zaytoun 



r 




419 



1- Steve Farley 


14. Neil Miller 


2. John Maples 


15. Craig Lind 


■ ■ 3. Jay Bryson 


16- John O'Conner 


II 4. BiU Olayos 


17. Kip Pearson 


I 1 5. Art Cunningham 18. Barney Davidson 


1 [ 6. Eric Shimabukuro 19. Dan Perk 


"^ ^^ 7. Roger Williams 20. Steve Schrum 


» 8. Pete DoU 


21. Theresa Carver 


Jk 9. John Hartley 


22. Lisa Hirsch 


/% 10. Kevin Guffy 


23. Susan Caldwell 


/ ^ 1 1 . Dan Frazier 


24. Louise Spangaro 


^ ^^ 12. Bob Langston 


25. Cindy Elgin 


13. Scott Schoedl 


;r 26. Amy Carr 


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NOT PICTURED: 


C 1 J 




AmeHe Brogden 


M/ 


m(pp 


John Calabrese 
Rosa Cuenca 
Judy Goodrum 




(fff<xffm\) 


Holly Griffin 




Dana Keefe 




1 i irVT^/SlY^lh 


Arthur Schrum 




Ml^lXXiAj^lJuiJjy 


Mickey Sherrill 






Beth Stone 






Debi Werley 





1 


Charles 'V'elverlon 


27. William Dupree 


T 


Wayne Fisher 


28. Ton\ Milchum 


3 


Chris Madison 


29. Bill Bass 


4 


Dana Outlen 


30. Daryl McCollum 


5 


Doyle Powers 


31. John Stancil 


6 


Robert Guy 


32. Richie King 


7 


Randy Epiey 


33. Woody King 


8 


Greg Southern 


34. Alan Miller 


9 


Ritchie Dest 


35. Tony Godfrey 


10 


Billv Price 




II 


Al Munday 


NOT PICTURED: 


i: 


Garv Law 


Sam Belk 


13. 


Kent Sigmon 


Alan Boyd 


14. 


Barry Southern 


David Coe 


15. 


Clyde Johnston 


Jeff Duvall 


16. 


Brian Richard 


Ed Earnhardt 


17. 


Mike Yelverton 


Spencer Fox 


18, 


Coleman Burgess 


Reggie Gillespie 


19. 


Randy Angel 


Eddy Hemingway 


20. 


Dave Preston 


John Horton 


21. 


Bob Booze 


David Jovner 


T> 


Gerald Mizelle 


Garn, Keams 


23. 


Harrell Wood 


Gai r> Koontz 


24. 


Steve Archhell 


Brad Moser 


25. 


Steve Tripp 


Ronald Norris 


26. 


David Jenkins 


Bob Watts 



^AX 





1. Spook 

2. Sean Kelly 

3. Pollack Boyd 

4. Brad Parcells 

5. Ward Nelson 
b. Vernon Geddy 

7. Jeff Nation 

8. Charles Lucas 

9. Steve Holmes 

10. Jeff Beach 

11. Will Brown 

12. Frank Williams 
13 John Belk 

14. Jeff Brown 

15. Richard Malloy 

16. Steve Raper 

17. Rick Adams 

18. Tom Lambeth 



19. David Jones 

20. Freeman Paylor 
21 David Manly 

22. Chris Woolen 

23. Jim Atkinson 

24. Clark Lane 

25. Drew Clark 

26. Patrick Nash 

27. Lee Smith 
, Chuck Duckelt 

29. Jim Clement 

30. Chris Boone 

31. Timmy Thomas 

32. Pat Corey 

33. Tom Moore 

34. David Von Storch 

35. Tucker York 

36. Taylor Pace 



Billy Cone 
John Comick 
Lem Doss 
Ged Doughton 
Jay Ford 
Rob Frazier 
Doug Gay 
Jimmy Glover 
Hunter Hadley 
Blanton Hamilton 
David Hardy 
Jimbo Harrell 
Will Head 
Monte Hil 
Dick Long 
Tom Long 
John Pace 
Jeff Pierce 
Franklin Roberts 
David Watters 
Cross Williams 
Randall Williams 
Barden Winstead 
Henry Zaytoun 




4>KX 




1. Mary Bowden 

2. Pink Panther 

3. George Dickel 

4. Jim Starnes 

5. Ranee Singleton 

6. Keith Bowden 

7. Catherine Morton 

8. Frank Starnes 

9. Taz 

10. Andy Blackard 

1 1. Doug Troulman 

12. Chris Bailis 



NOT PICTURED: 

Oscar C. Fish 
Rhonda Howeil 
Cindy Johnson 
Lucy Larrabee 
Will Massey 
Mike Newby 
Amerran Skerrett 




423 




1. Buckley Strandberg 

2. John Coffman 

3. David Bock 

4. David Team 

5. Ronnie Batchelor 

6. Raid Jones 

7. Frank Jolley 

8. Bob Bennett 

9. Charles Ellis 

10. John Marriott 

11. David Smith 

12. Peter Dubose 

13. John Gates 

14. Mark Carter 

15. Stuart Frantz 

16. Van Martin 

17. Dave Batten 

18. Robert Williamson 



19. Hayes Holdemess 

20. Blair Shwedo 

21. Bill Winn 

22. Ed Hickman 

23. Wayne Hardee 

24. Bill Collier 

25. Kim Brannon 

26. Rick Barnhardt 

27. Charles Dubose 

28. Rob Holmes 

29. Johnny Kirkland 

30. Chns Mills 

31. Jeff Aldndge 

32. Richard Battle 

33. Billy Williams 

34. Lee Holder 

35. Russ Kornegay 

36. Bobby Woronoff 



37. Chns Burritt 

38. George Clark 

39. William Brown 

NOT PICTURED: 

Doug Chesson 
Jett Ferebee 
Don Freeman 
Larry Jarema 
David Kennetl 
Henry Kidd 
Robert Leonard 
John Owens 
Kenny Randolph 
Ray Tew 
Jordy Whichard 
Dan Woody 



424 




Dace McPherson 
Kim Crabtree 
Terry Smith 
David Crouch 
Rachel Weber 
Kathy Courts 
Scott Tatum 
Diane Gilbert 
Phill Bebber 




^XK 



. Sara Lasitter 
Diane Spruill 
Tom Lasilter 
■ Dennis Keith 
. Mike Lottingham 
. Bruce Wagoner 
. Ted Milling 

."Mice Treanor 
. Rodne> Ange 
' Beth Gurkin 
Bnjce Henderson 
Mike Grafton 
Ban-\ Keith 
Allen Jones 



NOT PICTURED: 

Jimmy Butteruorth 
Cindy Carter 
Sherrie Grant 
Christy Smith 




427 



St. Anthony Hall 




I 




1. Marianne Gillow 

2. Val Moyer 

3. Tika Christopher 

4. Randy Wall 

5. Suzi Blankenship 

6. Suzanne Sampson 

7. Ann Macon 

8. Tom Fogleman 

9. Toby Considine 

10. Julie Thomasson 

11. Susan Brady 

12. Chris Chrislman 

13. Steve Huettel 

14. Deborah Hannah 

15. Ed Taylor 

16. Jane Manning 

17. Don Fitzgerald 

18. Richard Owens 

19. Lisa DeJamette 

20. Bill Bamberger 

21. Jim Manis 

22. Joanne Nellis 

23. Arnold Watkins 

24. Allan Pamell 

25. Joel Carey 

26. Bob Taylor 

27. Aenne Feil 

28. John Dicconson 

29. Elizabeth Watson 

30. John Simons 

31. Rob Stevenson 

32. Tom Harrison 

33. Nick Ticic 

34. Christi Ling 



35. Donna Murray 

36. Betsy Hardaway 

37. North Hinkle 

38. Mike Harkin 

39. Barb Huffman 

40. Steve Miller 

41. Matt Megargel 

42. Spencer Smith 

43. John Chew 

44. Lauren Muller 



NOT PICTURED: 
Sarah Bagget 
Tom Barnes 
Laura Bauman 
Debbie Bedford 
Lydia Bodman 
Edie Cecil 
Kate Cornell 



Pierre Coutin 
Rip Davy 
Eve Edwards 
Janet Entwhistle 
Paul Fairleigh 
Rick Harrel 
Caroline Harris 
Brad Jacks 
Chariie Kummel 
Vicci Lynch 
John McGough 
Chris Mclssac 
Mike Melamerson 
Cary Nailling 
Nancy Polinsky 
Tim Preston 
Allison Swift 
Laura Thomasson 
Jim Winston 
Cary Wolfe 





Little Sisters of Minerva 



I Margaret Foerster 

2. Cathy Palteson 

3. Nan Recker 

4. Caroline Ives 

5. Karen Howell 

6. Jane Bralton 

7. Julie Collins 

8. Janie Stafford 

9. Sally Hardison 

10. Eleanor Ross 

11. Lloyd Hatcher 

12. Laura Graham 



13. Leslie Pntchard 

14. Donna Forney 

15. Sarah Glenn 

16. Martha Sellers 

17. Perry Dowd 

18. Pam Sigal 

19. Tricia Dunn 

20. Mary Catherine Kennedy 

21. Gerland Yountz 

22. Elizabeth Tayloe 

23. Posey Patrick 

24. Meg Shilliday 



25. Laine Sachsenmaier 

26. Susan Sachs 

27. Georganne Reece 

28. Heidi HatHeld 

29. Margaret Scott 

30. Melanie Calvert 

31. Nancy Fountain 

32. Laurie Ginter 

33. Sallie Whittle 

34. Joan Zabriskie 

35. Molly Valentine 

36. Dockei7 Clark 



37. Anne Wall 

38. Dillon Robinson 

39. Mabel Geoghegan 

40. Terry Wallace 

41. Kim Zimmerman 

NOT PICTURED: 
Laura Baldwin 
Pam Beckedorf 
Gary Close 
Laurie Collins 
Lisa Delaney 



Lauren Dupree 
Jan Frazier 
Janis Hape 
Betty Baugh Harrison 
Gwynne Hathaway 
Adele James 
Spencer Lee 
Molly Martin 
Suzi Metcalfe 
Lucy Miller 
Elizabeth Mitchener 
Anne Pender 



Shiriey Perrin 
Alice Rapoport 
Anne Rawls 
Lisa Satterthwaite 
Diana Seaton 
Suzanne Tanner 
Missy Whedon 
Mindy White 
Elizabeth Wohz 




430 







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XAE 



1 


Rand> Jameson 


15 


Burt Philips 


29. Marty Davis 


Tom Cunningham 


- 


John Saslow 


16 


Marty Shelley 


30. John Pope 


Charlie Dulin 




Jim Brooks 


17 


Craig Pendergrass 


31. Chip Payne 


Henrv Froelich 


4 


Mike Lord 


18 


James Lebow 


32. Scott Greer 


Steve Gordon 




Stuart Grainger 


19 


Lon Walton 


33. Bob McCamy 


Jimbo Gnffith 


b 


Geoffrey deRohan 


20. 


Duncan Brantley 


34. Bob Batchelor 


Dan Hale\ 


/ 


Buck Copeland 


21 


Rob Cochran 


35. Frank Hamilton 


Hardv Holland 


8. 


Walter Jameson 


■>i 


Wade Wood 






y. 


Charlie McLendon 


23. 


Louis Stephens 


NOT PICTURED: 


Peter Sprague 


lU. 


Ken Taratus 


24. 


Tom Creasy 




Pell Tanner 


II. 


Sludge 


25. 


Bill Rogers 


Ben Baggelt 


Ryal Tayloe 


12. 


Dalt Ruffin 


26. 


Cooper Osborne 


Chns Carlson 


Ed Williams 


ij. 


Bill Mitchener 


27. 


Geoff Hayes 


Freddie Carlson 




14, 


Rocky Marlowe 


28. 


Jim Clardy 


Sam Chambers 





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431 




1. 


Stuart Bulman 


32. Trip Knox 


2 


Darrell Current 


33. Brent Barringer 


3. 


Erie Craven 


34. Jim Wrenn 


4, 


Richard Gray 


35. Greg Craft 


5. 


Jim Holland 


36. Danny Johnson 


6. 


Steve Krichmar 




7. 


Jim Fletcher 


NOT PICTURED: 


8. 


Frank Hardy 


Pete Babinski 


9, 


Keith Cannon 


Allen Barbee 


10. 


Clark Fletcher 


David Biggs 


n. 


Tim Lucido 


Jeff Billings 


12. 


Jeff Yancey 


John Blumberg 


13, 


Tim Childress 


Dixon Byrd 


14. 


Steve McMahan 


Ed Cole 


15. 


Friinkie Nance 


Macky Crisco 


16 


Steve Williams 


Howard Davis (steward) 


17 


Burt Satcher 


Joe Eagle 


18 


Charlie Fouchee (coo 


k) Charlie Eggars 


19 


Charlie Rankin 


David Fillmore 


20 


John B. Finch 


Joe Hawkins 


21 


Charles Kirksey 


Lynn Horney 


22 


Tim Mincey 


Eric Leyte-Vidal 


23 


Monte Hunter 


Mark Miller 


24 


Rick Allen 


Mark Ritchie 


25 


Al Bosworth 


Bob Roberson 


26 


David Brill 


John Spencer 


27 


Van Dellinger 


Paul Stack 


28 


Joe Pearson 


Steve Taylor 


29 


Pledge of 1990 


Greg Wade 


30 


Eddie Gibson 


Zane Walsh 


31 


Allen Dunn 


Brooks Whitney 



432 



SOI 



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434 




Charlie Ragland 
Ed Robins 
Jerry Smith 
Russell Smith 
l.ynn Thornburg 
Rotcher Watliins 
Jimmy Whatley 
John Whitley 
Reid Woodard 
Rufus Yates 




1 . Lee Vaughn 

2. Jim Henry 

3. Jim Gooding 

4. Tom Daly 

5. Tom Newbem 

6. Bucky Priester 
7 Richard Deason 

8. Graves Clayton 

9. Gary Partlow 

10. Bill Monrisette 

11. Alan Miller 

12. Mike Bozymsky 

13. Kim Boykin 

14. Bobby Ball 

15. Mitch Barnes 

16. Del Eatman 

17. Lee Ives 

18. Ed Trice 

19. John HoweU 

20. Eddie Bogle 

21. David Doster 

22. Peter Hutio 

23. Paul Thomas 

24. Marc Finlayson 

25. Brian Cobb 

26. Tony Floyd 

27. Rusty Holmes 

28. Tom Nesbit 

29. Bill Forsyth 

30. Gus Clark 

31. Chariie White 

32. Bryant Mende 

33. Alan Ross 

34. Bynum Satterwhite 

35. Spence Broadhurst 

36. Billy McDonald 

37. Jim Olson 

38. Brad Weisner 

39. Scott Stoioff 

40. Harold Latta 

41. Craig Smith 

42. Bob Laws 

43. Alan Johnson 

44. Hager Rand 

45. Mark Pearsall 

46. Dempsey Wilcox 

47. Chris Moise 

48. David Brownlow 

49. Stedman Stevens 

50. Paul Hughes 

51. John Vaughn 

52. Steve Shaw 

53. Jeff Stoddard 

54. Wally Dunn 

55. Rik Snipes 

56. Craig Phifer 



435 




>^ 



1. Sax Goldman 

2. Luke Lucas 

3. Walli. II 

4. Chipper Hunter 

5. O.O. Carter 

6. P.T. Marshall 

7. Timbo Jones 

8. T. Gray McCaskili 

9. Snake Frasier 

10. Dusty Karahalios 

11. Baby Stark 

12. Ozark Cozart 

13. J, Rhoid Kenney 

14. W.H. Avery 
\5. Alzo White 

16. Mo Bunch 

17. Joe Blow Gordon 

18. Beach Bum Dorman 

19. Slick Pittman 

20. Muddy Rudd 

21. Preppie Morton 

22. Frog Johnson 

23. Pec McCoy 

24. Dino Wentz 

25. Method Reardon 

26. Francis Needham Millett III 



NOT PICTURED: 
Bounce Adcox 
Burrhead Bolte 
Mat Cauthren 
Hide n Seek Creech 
Disco Culbertson 
Opie Herring 
Rack Man Joyner 
Splinters Kenney 
Jailbait Mclllwinen 
Fists Pace 
Jose Rockecharlie 
Bullwinkle Sears 
Ralph Stone 
Stroh's Warren 
Tattoo Weary 
Roof Wilson 




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437 




1 


Gary (Groucho) Marx 


NOT PICTURED: 


2 


John (Tough Guy) Rothbaum 




i 


Tony (Oz) Steen 


Radar (Mike) Abramson 


4 


Joel (OakI Smuckler 


Morris (Mo) Benatar 


5 


Warren (Juan) Morrison 


Ron (Boat) Boatwright 


h 


Bruce (BooO Senator 


Eric Brody 


7 


Eric (Lee) Feldman 


Steve Cohen 


8 


Myles (Hey Man) Fnedland 


Dan (Magoo) Coleman 


9 


Gary Rzasa 


Lindsey (Al) Farrar 


10 


Mitch (Skydog) Varner 


Philip (Goyimier) Garnier 


II 


Sieve (Yams) Jacobson 


Craig Gordon 


12 


Joe (Stud) Harbor 


Danny (Bagel) Heiman 


\i 


Mike (Bono) Bono 


Becky (First Lady) Jones 


14. 


Fizz (Mark) Schewe 


Mike (Toy) Kessler 


LS. 


David (Chief) Friedman 


Steve (Buzz) Leventhal 


16. 


Hank (Haank) Steinberg 


Tony Marder 


17, 


Scott (Stump) Twery 


Barry (Who) Odell 


18. 


Al (Roils) Rosenthal 


Rich (Stix) Rosenzweig 


19. 


Bob (GW) Goldwasser, 


Doug Ross 




President 


Rich (Schneid) Schneiderman 


20. 


Scott (Moshe) Cohen 


Rob (Phantom) Sebald 


21. 


David (Slick) Byck 


Marc (Hush) Siegal 




Jan (Piano Man) Miller 


Space (Dog) 


23. 


Mike (Pledge) Kimmerling 


Neil Strum 


24. 


Andy (Cool Breeze) Rosthal 


Genital Ben Wallach 


25. 


Pasco (Disco) Struhs 


Beth (Yo Fatha) Wiggins 


26. 


Hans-Gerd Loehmannsroeben 




27. 


Mike (Power Man) Glock 








TE<I) 



438 





ZBT 




1 


Philip Blumberg 


17 


Larrv Rober^on 


NOT PICTURED 


T 


Bruce Simel 


18 


Robert Zerden 


Tony .Austin 


3 


Van Brenner 


19 


Hank Matthews 


Bruce Baer 


4 


Sieve Gubin 


20 


Jav Berlin 


Steve Block 


5. 


Robert Pon 


21. 


Drew Levinson 


Curtis Edwards 


6. 


Ray Bowman 


->-> 


Jeff Fisher 


Sanford Hinkle 


7. 


John Zourzoukis 


23. 


Greg Gupton 


Neil Moskowitz 


8 


Don FreeJman 


24 


Neil Warren 


Lee Pace 


9 


Rodnev Mangum 


25. 


Martv Sowers 


Larry Rocamora 


ID. 


Gar\ Kaminsky 


26. 


Eric Sklut 


Scott Runyon 


11 


Joel Schneider 


27. 


Arthur D. Goldberg 


Bobby Watner 


12- 


Mark Clein 


28. 


Mike Piatt 




13 


Jimmv Hamilton. 


29. 


Rick Cohen 






President 


30. 


Andv Blum 




14. 


Robert Kingoff 


31. 


Charlie Ferguson 




15 


Enk Booker 


32. 


Chris White 




16- 


Greg Rosen 


33. 


Joel Rubenstein 







NOT PICTURED: 

Harry Archer 
James Baker 
Mailland Barnes 
Michael Barnes 
Johnson Bisselt 
Doug Brannon 
David Carlton 
David Cole 
Brent Eller 
Harry Gauss 
Farley Gilliam 
William Gresham 



Art Hooker 
David Johnson 
Walton Joyner 
Paul Martin 
Parham McNair 
Gary McQueen 
Roger Meyland 
Billy Palmer 
Thomas Palmer 
Buddy Perry 
David Pullen 
Louis Pulley 
Bill Ragland 
George Smith 



Randy Smith 
Brant Snavely 
Brad Steed 
Tom Stoughen 
John Thomlison 
Nuby Thorns 
Edward Thorn 
Jim Thome 
Jim Thorpe 
Runyan Tyler 
Joe Weatherly 
Jack Wiggins 
Scott Windham 
Charles Winston 



441 



J 




NOT PICTURED 
Greg Abashian 
Abdu 
Cyndi Cleaver 
Joe Crowell 
Lisa Draper 
Donny Laws 
Michelle Braswell 
Rhonda Meares 
Darryl Moss 
Lysa Ricks 
Greg Sellers 
Howard Troxler 



KIA 



FOUNDED JANUARY 16, 1978 




1. Bud Man 

2. Rolo Lassiter (Pee Wee, Lips & Hips) 

3. Steve Taylor (Zoid. Arnold, Amo, Dill, Marshall Dillon) 

4. Jeff Grey (Corner Pyie, Bay City Head) 

5. Mike Argo (Spike, Donald Duck) 

6. Monte Hunter (Montrose, Montrosity. Boomer, Monte Morehead) 

7. Doug Paschal (Rampant, Big Apple, Mr. Slate) 

8. Mitchell Stnckland (Strick, Slobo, Bud Man, Cato, Lou Grant, 

Festus, Cat, Michelin, Buddha), President 

9. Rick Vanhoy (Van Arms) 

10. Mike Chatham (Hugh Michael, Snake, Toi) 
II- Neil Robinson (Daw Man, Robustin, Hard Ass) 

12. Phil Farris (Ihop, Jenner) 

13. Dock Sawyer (Hoi, Squid) 

14. Bob Duncan (Dune, Bobby, Lube, Louie, Lucius) 

15. Gary Weaver (Beaver, Blulo) 

16. Steve Briggs (Colonel Briggs, Bald Eagle) 

17. John Miller (Johnny Maroulis, Dr. Miller, Chorry) 
NOT PICTURED: 

Buddy Curry (George, The Kid. Lips, Face, Clay Pigeon) 
Billy Johnson (Horse, Clyde, The Claw) 

FACULTY ADVISOR: Zeb Macahan 




443 




1 . Ruthie Norton 

2. Judy Hauser 

3. Sha Bradshaw 

4. Karen Fisher 

5. Caroline Purser 

6. Susan Swindell 

7. Kelly Kissiah 

8. Lynn Shenll 

9. Beverly Bentley 

10. Beverly Mills 

1 1 . Libby Hough 

12. Susanne Gross 

13. Kim Clarke 



14. Prudy Tyndall 

15. Jerita Wright 

16. Lindsay Gray 

17. Jeanne Moore 

18. Linda Goldstein 

19. Molly Stockton 

20. Ellen Taylor 

21. Val Charles 

22. HoUy Harris 

23. Margie Haywood 

24. Carol Hughes 

25. Martha Vamer 

26. Kathy Hart 



27. Kim Hamlet 

28. Tina Venable 

29. Belinda Polk 

30. Ramona Jones 

31. Sandy Graves 

32. Mary Hopkins 

33. Sandra Haircloth 

34. Kim Koury 

35. Laura Norris 

36. Shay Pittman 

37. Donna Taylor 

38. Becky Burbage 

39. Angela Butler 



40. Suzanne Houck 

41. Susan Hudson 

42. Mary McLeod 

43. Hayden Bullard 

44. Pat Bond 

45. Kim Pippin 

46. Sharon Hall 

47. Jane Hunt 

48. Scottie Tolar 

49. Sally Bulla 

50. Kathy Hamilton 

51. Julie Cleaver 

52. Mitzi York 



444 



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NOT PICTURED: 
Jodi Bishop 


Marie Joseph. Presi 
Lee Kenion 
Cindy Knapp 






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Jen Bowdish 


Susan Koonce 






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Kathleen Brennan 


Maureen Long 






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Kim Colhns 


Cindy Love 






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Lynn Collins 


Margie McLeod 






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Donna Davis 


Susan Page 




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Linda Doerr 


Missy Payne 


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Robin Rollison 


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Sharon Harris 


Laura Sheeley 


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Valerie Hobbs 


Kalhy Surles 


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111 


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Manha Holding 
Cathy Humphries 


Betty Westphal 
Paula Wright 



445 




1. Leesa Childress 

2. Susan Campbell 

3. Bonnie Hinnant 

4. Elizabeth Grew 

5. Donna Moree 

6. Amy Lethbridge 

7. Ami Gray 

8. Cynthia Childers 

9. Susan Sutton 

10. Barbara Johnston 

1 1. Missy McLean 

12. Peggy McCown 

13. Stephanie Trogden 

14. Margaret Griffin 

15. Sammy Mitchell 

16. Mary Beth Famor 

17. Sue Roy 

18. Diane Wallace 

19. Cindy Jones 

20. Cary Close 

21. Jane Broadwater 

22. Becca Moseley 



23. Kelly Wyatt 

24. Linda Goodson 

25. Cynthia Cox 

26. Betsy Helms 

27. Robin Perkins 

28. Ginny Martin 

29. Jackie Jones 

30. Cindy Coe 

31. Julie Armfleld 

32. Jennie Jarrell 

33. Kay Godwin 

34. Alison Moore 

35. Lynn Kennelly 

36. Cathy MacFarlane 

37. Margaret Goss 

38. Sue Blaug 

39. Paiti Bruning 

40. Janet Winstead 

41. Gail Shelton 

42. Laune Gilberli 

43. Charlene Mason 

44. Lisa Long 



45. Pam Hays 

46. "Hub" Southerland 

47. Carol James 

48. Debbie Peele 

49. Karen Reynolds 

50. Heidi Behrends 
5L Terry Whalen 

52. Lynn Farmer 

53. Kim Trimble 

54. Debbie Algranti 

55. Arden Dowdy 

56. Catherine Pritchard 

57. Lisa Pitlman 

58. Myra Shore 

59. Geer Small 

60. Mary Bowen 

61. Kelly Close 

62. Debbie Newton 

63. Amy Colgan 

64. Joan Labbie 

65. Molly Martin 



NOT PICTURED: 

Amy Atkins 
Betsy Barry 
Pam Beckedorf 
Mary Bradshaw 
Ashley Brown 
Michele Brown 
Susan Burkholder 
Virginia Conway 
Connie Crockett 
Robin Davis 
Paula DeWall 
Sue DeWalt 
Jane Dumey 
Laurie Ferreira 
Jean Foust 
Cindy Hamilton 
Cindy Hardegree 
Fabra Hart 
Sharon Hasty 
Lynn Hickey 
Suzi Hughes 



Beth Jenkins 
Susan Kuhn 
Karen Lammey 
Susie Lawson 
Vicki Marmarose 
Allison Marshall 
Frances McClure 
Suzi Metcalfe 
Sally Murphy 
Cindy Osborne 
Pam Pace 
Anne Pait 
Marianna Partrick 
Laura Phelps 
Lucy Purcell 
Karen Robinson 
Anne Satterwhite 
Michele Sloan 
Julie Smith 
Anne Steward 
Pam Williams 
Kathy Wilson 



446 



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447 



NOT PICTURED: 

Ginny Anderson 
Sue Barnes 
Pam Bath 
Sallie Beard 
Leslie Benning 
Annette Blalock 
Meianie Calvert 
Tracy Cleveland 
Julie Collins 
Laura Collins 
Lisa Collins 
Lori Collins 
Maria Cooper 
Hunter Dortch 
Lauren Dupree 
Karen Duvier 
Judy Eckman 
Carol Fraser 
Laura Fraser 
Jan Frazier 
Priscilla Gilliam 
Laurie Ginter 
Debbie Goldsmith 
Hope Gravely 
Hester Gregory 
Susan Hall 
Janis Hape 
Ann Hollinger 
Karen Howell 
Kim Joseph 
Anne Kimzey 
Sally Lee 
Spencer Lee 
Elizabeth Longley 
Jennifer Mapel 
Betty Maxwell 
Debbie Mead 
Elizabeth Mitchener 
Gaither Moore 
Kelly Nyimcz 
Ann Patrick 
Mary Beth Pazdar 
Ann Pelletier 
Jane Redecker 
Jill Rosenkranz 
Betty Sayle 
Lee Scott 
Ethelyn Simpson 
Muffin Skinner 
Julie Smith 
Kay Sprinkle 
Jan Stewart 
Elizabeth Tayloe 
Meianie Taylor 
Sally Tomiinson 
Susie Toussaint 
Cathy Vayda 
Ellen Wallenborn 
Joni Walser 
Heather Weir 
Harriet Whelchel 
Kathy Woodbum 
Liz Wright 
Geriind Younts 
Joan Zabnskie 




446 



HI 




1 


Diane Guplon 


21 


Brvan Cheek 


"> 


Peggy Aiken 


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Posey Patnck 


3 


Cantey Sutton 


23 


Susie Paul 


4 


Dee Dee Dorroll 


24 


Marlene Fuller 


5 


Leslie Barry 


25 


Maier Browne 


6 


Mary Harvey 


2fi 


Karen Hensley 


7 


Margaret Alexander 


27 


Beth Schofield 


8 


Constance Ladd 


28. 


Brenda Forrest 


9 


Chris Redmond 


29 


Charlotta King 


10 


Laura Weatherspoon 


.W 


Mary Faison 


II 


Lee Archibald 


31 


Cristy Morris 


12. 


Martha Mika 


32 


Elizabeth Timothy 


13. 


Jane Bratton 


33. 


Anne Josephs 


14. 


Libby Holding 


34. 


Margaret Foerster 


15. 


Lucy Hanes 


35. 


Adele James 


Ih. 


Karen Gordon 


36. 


Julie Montgomery 


17. 


Anne Pender 


37. 


Laura Doss 


18. 


.Anne Marshall 


38. 


Page Dawson 


19. 


Shannon Nyimcz 


39. 


Donna Joyner, President 


20. 


Tracy Harrell 








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AAA 



1. Betsy Hardy 

2. Lind'5ev Linker 
3,Tigger 

4. Marty Marshall 

5. Margaret Felts 

6. Terry Wallace 

7. Ellen Hendrix 

8. Jackie Wines 

9. Betsy Neill 

10. Susan llderton 

1 1. Jeanne Nelson 

12. Amy Clifton 

13. Sally Sackett 

14. Nancy Wallace, 

President 

15. Laura Lewis 

16. Randi Bordeaux 

17. Carol Ann Dunn 

18. Kappy Carr 

19. Betsy Brady 

20. Liza Lamm 

21. Ellen Young 

22. Susan Tucker 

23. Janet Gantt 

24. Elizabeth Vann 

25. Elaine Bridger 

26. Allslon Chapman 

27. Pam Bratton 

28. Molly Valentine 

29. Susan Sullivan 

30. Ginna Whichard 

31. Cindi Norris 

32. Nancy Hinton 

33. Kelli Summers 

34. Cam Lucas 

35. Beth Brady 

36. Gwynne Hathaway 

37. Marty Somerall 

38. Ann Barwick 

39. Cathy Christian 

40. Parky Gentry 

41. Emily Cate 

42. Peggy Bessent 

43. Jenny Steinbrenner 

44. Gayle Calder 



NOT PICTURED: 
Nancy Anthony 
Heidi Alhanas 
Jennifer Balent 
Betsy Barwick 
Cindi Base 
Ann Benjamin 
Susan Bitler 
Suzie Black 
Anne Bryant 
Elizabeth Byrd 
Diana Cales 
Mitzi Cherry 
Dockery Clark 
Ann Cochran 
Laura Davenport 
Elizabeth Davis 
Sally Dillard 
Princie Dixon 
Abie Dowd 
Allison Elsee 
Laurie Ann Ferguson 
Missy Fick 
Helen Ruth Fleming 
Susan Fowler 



Lynn Gantt 
Mabel Geohegan 
Wynn Gregory 
Bonnie Grizzard 
Lou Hacknev 
Cherry Hill 
Anne HolHngsworth 
Sissy Holman 
Meredith Ingram 
Suzanne Jarema 
Vicky Jones 
Elizabeth Kerr 
Kathryn Kimball 
Susan King 
Bess Knotts 
Liz Lear 
Ellen Leitinger 
Anne Lineberger 
Jackie Marline 
Laura Miller 
Stephanie Moore 
Anne Mynatt 
Dia Ormond 
Susan Proctor 



Lethea Quin 

Anne Rawls 

Dillon Robinson 

Agnes Sabiston 

Kim Shavlik 

Mary Sherrill 

Sue Sloat 

Nan Smith 

Sally Staton 

Elizabeth Stevens 

Elizabeth Stewart 

English Taylor 

Gina Templeton 

Joan Templeton 

Beth Terry 

Hanley Teslerman 

Mary Margaret Testerman 

Jean Trice 

Sarah Trulove 

Martha Vetter 

Emily Warren 

Rebecca Williams 

Susan Worth 

Kim Zimmerman 






AOE 



Cvnthia Holder 
Kathy Cohen 
Karen Brooks 
Jodi Lavin 
Elizabeth Levy 
Gale Osborne. 

President 
Amy Schwartz 

8. Barbara Olasov 

9. Laura Zuckerman 
0. Ann Rosenwasser 
L Julie Gintis 
2. Janet Segal 

13- Pam Amick 

14. Jovce Kephart 

15. Linda Blasbalg 

16. Lucv Fried 



Nancv Brooks 
Jeanette Hand 
Maria Hersh 
Jeanne Neulicht 
Lisa Romanoff 
Karen Vogel 



451 





1, 


Elizabeth Ewing 


21 


Lynne Obrist 


T 


Anne Bunker 


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Alice Wire 


I 


Kendra Cormack 


23 


Jean Harris 


4. 


Susan Rosenberg 


24 


Cheryl Ray 


S. 


Robin Boineau 


2'i 


Jo Beal 


6. 


Cynthia Peake 


26 


Lisa Spinnenweber 


7. 


Nan Helms 


27 


Dianne Mazo 


8. 


Lisa Epstein 


28 


Mary Coulter 


9. 


Jane Jennelle 


29. 


Susan Clinard 


10. 


K.D. Simmons 


30. 


Carol Garrett 


11. 


Pam Carter 


31. 


Emily Moore 


12, 


Grace Shaw 


32. 


J. P. Parks 


13. 


Leslie Bunce 


33. 


Leslie Adler 


14. 


Marjo Rankin 


34. 


Patty Dart 


15. 


Mary Beth Starr 


<s. 


Patti Harding 


16. 


Terri Williams 


36. 


Liz Fuller 


17. 


Susan Palmer 


37. 


Patti Miller 


18. 


Peley Bailey 


38. 


Karen James 


19. 


Betty Hampton 


39. 


Lisa Crowse 


20. 


Betsy Schwartz 


40. 


Margie Manley 



41. Anne Patton 

42. Sally Hammond 

43. Kimberly Hoil 

44. Lisa Maultsbv 

45. Martha Rand' 

46. Gretchen Coefield 

47. Marie Zurl 

48. Arje Brown. 

President 
49- Geni Greer 

50. Cindy Smart 

51. Dehby Butz 

52. Sue DeCamp 

53. Kim Webster 

54. Melanie Vezina 

55. Jeanne Brockman 

56. Leslie Stewart 

57. Brennan Cash 

58. Sally Kendrick 



NOT PICTURED: 

Tammy Abemelhy 
Jenny Amiing 
Robin Bain 
Jody Boyce 
Laura Brown 
Candi Butler 
Rita Costello 
Sharon Darling 
Carol Dragos 
Elizabeth Farrington 
Donna Fullerton 
Karen Grimes 
Donna Harris 
Kathy Harris 
Pam Hayes 
Carol Held 



Janet Jackson 
Amanda Jones 
Dot Kennedy 
Julie Lipsitz 
Melissa Little 
Karen Lynch 
Leigh Lynch 
Kate Miller 
Becky Neighbors 
Vicki Nye 
Kathy Payne 
Margaret Pursell 
Tammy Rhoney 
Barb Robbms 
Holt Stanfield 
Greta Wharton 
Beth Wilson 
M.J. Young 



453 




KA 



NOT PICTURED: 

Allison Alderman 
Betsy Reade Allen 
Janie Battle 
Gail Baucom 
Mary Alice Beam 
Sherry Bethune 
Susan Branscome 
Puddin' Capel 
Kim Cline 
Cindy Cox 
Mary Ben Craven 
Kim Davis 
Susan Davis 
Connie Dunklie 
Tricia Dunn 
Susan Ealman 



Elizabeth Exum 

BJ. Fiser 

June Fleming 

Leslie Fletcher 

Paula Gentry 

Marsha Giles 

Carol Griffin 

Jill Hickey 

Vivian Holloway 

Kalhy Ibach 

Gail Isaacson 

Cindi Johnson 

Lorraine Jones 

Mary Cathenne Kennedy 

Beth Kirkland 

Bert Kittner 

Linda Korsen 

Cheryl Malcolm 

Patrice Malone 

Jill Maness 

Ann Marshall 

Debbie Mashburn 

Lisa McCoy 

Stacey Meador 



Theresa Michaud 

Margaret Moss 

Kelley Mullen 

Marie Nance 

Roxanne Nelson 

Kathy Ann Peck 

Laurie Potter 

Alice Rapoport 

Cindy Robinson, President 

Heather Ryon 

Becky Sapp 

Martha Sellers 

Mollie Sherrin 

Betsy Stephenson 

Nancy Stutts 

Betsy Thome 

Liz Thurston 

Georgeanne Tolley 

Marilyn Trainor 

Cindy Walker 

Ava Watkins 

Betty Whitehead 

Beth Whitener 

Susan Williams 



454 





1 -Susan Williams 


17 


Nancy Fitzgerald 


33 


Beth Freshwater 


2. Man Bess Jarrard 


18 


Blanche Williamson 


34 


Beth Robinson 


3- Melanie Hood 


19 


Martha Ambum 


35 


Margaret Seitter 


4. Jennie Hayworth 


20 


Mary Virginia Swain 


36 


Pat Bridger 


5. Kyle McKinney 


21 


Amie Dixon 


37 


MoUv Yelton 


6. Martha Moss 


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Spot Hawlield 


38 


Marian Daily 


7. Tinnie Lambert 


23. 


Susan Worsley 


39 


Debbie Remsburge 


8. Morgie Towler 


24 


Pam Seher 


40. 


Janice Washburn 


9. KeUy McCarthy 


25. 


Ann Fartar 


41 


Laura .'\dams 


10. Mary Beth Saltzgiver 


26. 


Lisa Preston 


42. 


Lisa Schomburger 


1 1 Man- Meighan 


27. 


Tricia .McGee 


43. 


Betsy Rogerson 


12, Becky Hines 


28. 


Georgia Bondranko 


44. 


Linda Maness 


13. Julie Daniels 


29. 


Lisa Tale 


45, 


Leslie Dark 


14. Donna Forney 


30. 


.Arlene Avcock 


46. 


Cissv Davis 


15. Lisa Delanev 


31. 


Grelchen Hobbs 


47. 


Mary Dowdle 


16. Lucy Gidley 


32. 


Emilie Lamb 


48. 


Julie Ward 



455 




456 



1 


Mary Anna Jackson 


14 


Besse Jordan 


2h 


Mary Phil Hamilton 




Kalhy Parks 


15 


Elizabeth Gaines 


27 


Janet Shands j 


3 


Anne Courts 


16 


Amy Singleton 


28. 


Jan Stephens ; 


4 


Jana Johnson 


1/ 


Carolyn Hill 


29 


Bet Brandon 


s 


Gina Trenladue 


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Anne Middleton 


3n 


Meg Shilliday 


6 


Roxanna Hayworlh 


19. 


Lynn Bovette 


31. 


Nancy Lyon ! 


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Chen Hall 


J(l 


Jennifer Canaday 


32. 


Garrow Hudson 


«, 


Helen Rogers 


21 


Lynn Swisher 


31 


Susan Sachs 


y. 


Mary Medicus 


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Judy Emken 


34. 


Leslie Cleveland 


ID. 


Susan Stamper 


I'i. 


Susan Janeway. 


3.S. 


Missy Whedon 


1 1. 


Jan Edwards 




President 


36, 


Beth Adams 


12, 


Belh Adier 


24. 


Marjie Robertson 






13. 


Joanne Syrokwash 


2.'i. 


A. Friend 








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NOT PICTURED: 



Kalhy Alexander 
Anne Allen 
Jeanette Arthur 
Brenda Bagle\ 
Sally Bates 
Lee Bennett 
Patt> BeiTier 
Ashie> Bradshaw 
Mar> Camp 
Lee Clements 
Ruth Culbertson 
Cath\ Deener 
Chnstine Deener 
Cathy Dunn 
Claudia Fort 
Martha Freeman 
Debbie Gray 
Julie Green 
Debbie Gupton 
Teresa Hall 
Mary Henderson 
Martha Hennessy 



Ann Hollowell 

Bets\ Hughes 

Nanc> Jarmul 

Jody Jones 

Teresa Joyner 

Stephanie Komegay 

Carol Lee 

Sharon Lewis 

Dennard Lindsev 

Jil Linker 

Laura Looney 

Linda Love 
Judy Lyon 
Linn Mangaro 
Beck\ Mavfield 
Joan McCl'oskey 
Jane McDuffle 
Heather McKenzie 
Mary Evelyn McKinnev 
Page Michie 
Lucy Miller 
Ann Morgan 
Merry Newell 
Alisa Ostwalt 
Heather Ott 



Holly Palmer 

Georgeanne Reece 

Carol Reeves 

Sherry Reynolds 

Lori Russell 

Beth Salyers 

Leslie Seism 

Betsie Simmons 

Leslie Smith 
Catherine Stocks 

Betsy Swartzbaugh 
Ann Thomas 
Patti Timko 
Dottie Venable 
Kathryn Vick 
Ginn\ Waller 
Jennifer Watson 
Kathy Weaver 
Laura Webb 
Jan White 
Eleanor Whitner 
Carter Williams 
Elizabeth Williams 
Julia Williard 
Jo Wilt 



457 







NOT PICTURED: 
Elizabeth Allen 
Laurie Ameke 
Stephanie Ballard 
Denise Bamhill 
Sue Bowers 
Sharon Brown 
Kim Burrell 
Robin Capps 
Kathy Clifton 
Kathy Cole 



Carroll Crew 
Melanie Davis 
Sandy Dillard 
Martha Ellett 
Mary Fuller 
Jennie Graham 
Tish Hackney 
Glenda Hallman 
Jane Hutton 
Debbie Jackson 
Christa Jeutter 



Betsy Jordan 
Edie Loser 
Sharon Lundgren 
Cheryl Mather 
Elaine Mott 
Joan Musselwhite 
Jill McCorkle 
Kathleen McEntee 
Paula O'Kelley 
Janet O'Neal 
Bunny Pearce 



Mary Donne Peters 
Coco Pressly 
Susan Raridan 
Anna Reddin 
Susan Rhodes 
Meg Riley 
Susan Rogers 
Sue Schlitz 
Becky Smith 
Lynda Wensil 
Claire Zobel 



1. Anne Register 

2. Karen O'Donnell 

3. Vicky Johnson 

4. Kim Lane 

5. Elizabeth Ellett 

6. Donna ODell 

7. Sallie Malmo 

8. Sallie Howell 

9. Kathy Fischer 

10. Lynn McCuMy 

1 1. Susan Rowe 

12. Leslie Robbins 

13. Sheri Johnson 

14. Janet Carson 

15. Carole Frye 

16. Mehnda Roseman 

17. Joyce McSorley 

18. Amy Rogers 

19. Beth Michael 

20. Teresa Goodwin 

21. Carole Hopper 

22. Corbi Bulluck 

23. Lisa Guerriero 

24. Melinda Haynie 

25. Rhonda Black 

26. Joyce Lewis 

27. Sharon Jarvis 

28. Emily Brewer 

29. Debra White 

30. Debra P>ickrei 

31. Laura Borion 

32. Martha Hyde 

33. Jane Mason 

34. Leigh Gaither 

35. Beth Blake 

36. Penny Spence 

37. Karen Baucom 

38. Lisa Martin 

39. Tonda Beam 

40. Robin Perry 

41. Debbie Lay 

42. Muffy Mattox 

43. Ginger Reagan 

44. Susan Sessler 

45. Kathy Cannon, President 

46. Margaret Fulton 

47. Susan Treece 

48. Debbie Keller 

49. Monica McCarty 

50. Annette Ligon 



459 



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NOT PICTURED: 
Page Bauder 
Laura Bowles 
Wendy Bryant 
Mollie Cannon 
Margaret Chum 
Margaret Clements 
Neely Currin 
Beth Davis 
Lisa Dodson 
Perry Dowd 
Palmer Dubose 
Weezie Ellingson 
Betsy Fahl 
Carol Fri 
Molly Froelich 
Sarah Glenn 
Emma Cover 
Duffy Green 
Sallie Jo Hadley 
Katherine Hancock 
Lloyd Hatcher 
Heidi Hatfield 
Sugar Haywood 
Caroline Hodgkins 



Mary Kirk 
Kathy Koelle 
Becky Lea 
CeCe Lippitt 
Libby Mathiason 
Frances Murchison 
Paula Murray 
Page Nichols 
Laura Nordin 
Kathy Pinson 
Laura Pless 
Page Pless 
Leshe Pritchard 
Cathy Richards 
Lisa Satterthwaite 
Sue Saunders 
Margaret Scott 
Marlin Smith 
Suzanne Tanner 
Kate Wellford 
Lore White 
Sallie Whittle 
Eleanor Winborne 
Elizabeth Woltz 
Isabel Worthy 



460 






1 DiNard Field 




;. Ginger Tipton 








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4 Laura Graham 








5. Nanc\ Fountain 


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6, Nan Becker 






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7- Pam Sigai 






8. Betty Baugh Hani 


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9. Allison Brooks 


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10. Cncket Cassedv 


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1 1 . Sally Colhoun 


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12. Marty Patteson 


V 1 


13. Beth Tavlor 


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14. Kathy Kolb 


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15. Mary McMiUan 




16. Diana Seaton 








17. Tori Clement 



18. Stacy Stubbs 

19. Lynn Hardwick 

20. Len Dubose 

21. Mary Ann Rickert 

22. Marion Hanes 

23. Joanie Stephens 

24. BIythe Boyd 

25. Margot Longenecker 

26. Linda Kulman 

27. Ann Co.\ 

28. Martha Maltingh 

29. Margaret Brown 

30. Lanny Bennett 

31. Margaret Talman 

32. Caroline Ives 

33. Sallie Jones 

34. Janie Hunt 



35. Aimee Peden 

36. Eleanor Morgan 

37. Carter Worthy 

38. Stuart Crawford 

39. Janie Stafford 

40. Cathy Patteson 

41. Marie DuPre 

42. Sally Hardison 

43. Robin Wilkins 

44. Beth .Avera 

45. Jane Thomson 

46. Holly Reid 

47. Lisa Loudermilk 

48. Louise Prewitt 

49. Palmer HiU 

50. Molly Caroland 

51. Vicki Garrabrant 




461 




1. Alecia Myers 

2. Karen Chandler 

3. Laura Ziegler 

4. Tammy Patterson 

5. Laurence Miller 

6. Susan Heath 

7. Lynne Thomas 

8. Susan Rafshoon 

9. Kathy Houtz 

10. Cindy Sobel 

1 1. Luann Moody 

12. Karyl Pitzer 

13. Julie Bedford 

14. Jan Nowell 

15. Sharon Siegrist 
Ifi. Kelly Thomas 

17. Karen Ross 

18. Debbie Shermer 

19. Terri Simpson 

20. Lori Lewis 

21. Susan Gibby 

22. Mary Farmer 

23. Terry White 

24. Susan Hines 

25. Nancy Aycock 

26. Susan Reesman 

27. Melody Trent 

28. Connie Cort 

29. Ms. Nell C. Whitney, 

House Mother 

30. Bonnie Brown 

31. Beth Gregg 

32. Peggy Watson 

33. Kimberly Mode 

34. Jane Edwards 

35. Katie Cole 



NOT PICTURED: 

Peg Baggett 

Kay Coble 

April Davis 

Karen Easter 

Linda Hall 

Elizabeth House 

Peggy House 

Susie Hulse 

Jean Jackson 

Sharia Kerr 

Debbie Owens 

Julie Plott 

Audrey Rich 

Kathy Schmulling 

Claire Stephens 

Ann Sweet 

Margo Warhola. President 



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1. 


Grettel 


14. 


Susan McKenzie 










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Melissa Maret 


15. 


Anne Hawkins 










1 


Debbie Goodson 


16. 


Karen Tale 


27. 


Lvdia North 


NOT PICTURED: 


Eve Jenkins 


4 


Vicki Morton 


17. 


Pam Lowrance 


28. 


Robin Bass 


Barbara Baxter 


Julia Kim 


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Jan Musten, President 


18. 


Lisa Hammann 


29. 


Mindy Williard 


Jill Brady 


Laura Luke 


h 


Diane Taylor 


19. 


Katherine Beery 


30. 


Robin Cohen 


Catherine Chitty 


Andrea Martin 


7 


Marcie Blackburn 


20 


Anne Veazey 


31. 


Deb Smith 


Nancy Colvard 


Margery McMillan 


8 


Jan Flowers 


21. 


Laura Lamkin 


32. 


Leslie Ogden 


Barbara Cutler 


Susan Peacock 


9 


Sally Kinard 


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Tina Alexander 


33. 


Margaret Suppler 


Diane Digtsi 


Donna Tuttle 


10 


Celia Beaman 


23. 


Kim Farlow 


34 


Linda Winship 


Pam Evans 


Beth Vail 


11 


Jan Poole 


24. 


Susan Mazurek 


35 


Sharon Forrence 


Sandra Fearrington 


Debbie Weston 


i: 


Stephanie Hill 


25 


Libby Gorman 


36 


Kim Mills 


Sue Gilliland 


Rosemary Whitten 


13 


Lisa Todd 


26. 


Sommers Parker 


37 


Gail Woodruff 


Holly Gnffin 


Jane Wilson 




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CAMPUS 




There are approximately 27 miles of brick 
sidewalk on the Carolina campus. 

The Bell Tower is 179 ft. high. 

The Cube accumulated approximately 205 
layers of paint before Its destruction this spring. 

This fall, 3083 freshmen and 855 transfer stu- 
dents were admitted. 

Of the entering freshmen, 85.8% were N.C. resi- 
dents, 57.1% were female, and 9.6% were 
black. 

There are 6618 students living in University Hous- 
ing. 

Admitted students (in- and out-of-state] had an 
average combined SAT score of 1063. 

UNC-CH students have an average QPA of 
2.712. 



Campus Police issued 65,000 parking tick- 
ets on campus this year. 

There are 10,000 parking spaces availabie 
for students and faculty. 

The Daily Tar Heel printed more than 
2,757,500 words over the course of the 
year. 

Students spent over $2,200,000 for text- 
books this year. 

Approximately 120,000 cups of Dannon 
yogurt were sold in Student Stores snack 
bars. 

The central libraries charged a total of 
$69,648.90 in fines and lost book fees this 
year. 

At least 8655 students paid visits to the Stu- 
dent Health Services. 

There were 21,637 course drop transac- 
tions in the fall of 1978 and 23,825 this 
spring. 



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Approximately 18,600 
bumper stickers were sold 
or given away in Chapel 
Hill during the school year. 

There were 791,478 spec- 
tators at football and bas- 
ketball games. 

Football fans purchased 
over 90,200 Carolina 
Coke cups this season. 



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Aug. 


15 


Sept. 3 


Sept 


12 


Sept. 23 


Sept 


24 


Oct. 


2 


Oct. 


7 


Oct. 


13 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


24 




INTERNATIONAL 



July 25 First test tube baby Louise 
Brown born in England 
First successful trans-Atlantic 

balloon crossing 
NY Times pressmen strike 
Pope John Paul I elected 
Camp David summit begins 
Mutiammed AN defeats Leon 

Spinks 
"Battlestar Galactica" pre- 
miers 
Life magazine reborn 
Private plane collides withi air- 
liner over San Diego; 150 
killed 
Pope Johin Paul I dies 
Betty Ford reveals "new face" 
Pope John Paul II, Polish Car- 
dinal Karol Wojtyla, elect- 
ed; first non-Italian pope in 
456 years 
Nov. 2 Rolling Stones drummer Keith 
Richard convicted on drug 
charges, ordered to give 
charity concerts for Cana- 
da's blind 
Nov. 4 Sadat and Begin awarded 

Nobel Peace Prize 
Nov. 15 NY Times picks first female 
sports editor, Le Anne 
Scheiber 
Nov. 17 Mickey Mouse turns 50 
Nov. 20 Rev. Jim Jones leads 900 fol- 
lowers to mass suicide in 
Guyana 
Dec. 4 San Francisco Mayor George 
Moscone and supervisor 
Harvey Milk shot and killed 
by Sam White 
Woody Hayes slugs opposing 
Clemson player in Gator 
Bowl; fired by Ohio State 
U.S. & China formally estab- 
lish relations; U.S. breaks 
ties with Taiwan 
Greta Rideout files charges 

against husband for rape 
Shah of Iran agrees to tempo- 
rary leave and installs 
Shapur Bakhtiar as head of 
civilian government 
Jan. 21 Super Bowl XIII - Steelers de- 
feat Cowboys 35-31 
Jan. 22 Shah of Iran exiled 
Feb. 2 Carter visits China 
Feb. 6 Ayatollah Khomeini returns to 

Iran 
Feb. 8 Patty Hearst granted cle- 
mency 
Feb. 10 Susan Ford marries Secret Ser- 
vice agent Charles Vance 
Feb. 12 Loolc hits the stands again 
Feb. 18 "Roots 11" premiers 
Mar. 12 100th birthday of Albert Eins- 
tein celebrated 



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Jan. 


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Apr. 2 

Apr. 20 
Apr. 20 



Apr. 27 


Apr. 27 


May 7 


May 14 


May 15 


May 29 


May 30 


June 1 



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Nuclear accident at Three Mile 
Island 

Peace treaty signed by Begin 
and Sadat 

Idi Amin falls fronn power 

The Deer Hunter wins 
Academy Award for "Best 
Picture," controversial 
Scared Straight wins "Best 
Documentary" 

Michelle Triola wins $104,000 
from actor Lee Marvin in 
"Palimony" case 

Bishop Abel Muzorewa 
emerges as Rhodesia's first 
black political leader 

Margaret Thatcher becomes 
Britain's first female Prime 
Minister 

Gas lines panic California as 
gas prices exceed $1 per 
gallon in NYC 

Russia agrees on SALT II 

The estate of Karen Silkwood 
wins $10.5 million in dam- 
ages because of radiation 
poisoning 

Siamese twins successfully 
separated 

John Spenkelink executed in 
Florida for 1973 murder 



June 1 American Airlines DC- 10 
crashes in Chicago, 275 
killed, labeled worst air dis- 
aster in U.S. aviation history 

June 7 Pope John Paul II visits native 
Poland 

June 9 Deputy Attorney General Ben- 
jamin Civiletti suggests 
legalization of mild forms of 
marijuana 

June 9 Joan Little released on parole 

June 12 Carter boasts, "If Kennedy runs 
in '80, I'll whip his ass." 

June 21 Bill Stewart murdered in 
Nicaragua 

June 28 HUD abandons Soul City 

June 29 OPEC increases base oil 
charge to $ 18 / barrel 

July 7 Bjorn Borg and Martina Nav- 
ratilova win at Wimbledon 






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July 17 
July 19 



Skylab plummets to earth near 
the Australian coast 

Somoza resigns, flies to Miami 

Carter accepts the resignation 
of Joseph Co I if a no 



BOOKS 




Fiction 



The World According to Garp, by John Irving 

War and Remembrance, by Herman Wouk 

Chesapeake, by James A. Michener 

The Stories of John Cheever, by John Cheever 

The Coup, by John Updike 

Illusions, by I^ichard Bach 

The Silmarillion, by J R R Tolkien 

Evergreen, by Belva Plain 

Good as Gold, by Joseph Heller 

The Woman's Room, by Marilyn French 

The Matarese Circle, by Robert Ludlum 

Sophie's Choice, by William Styron 

Final Payments, by Mary Gordon 

The Thorn Birds, by Colleen McCullough 

The Amityville Horror, by Jay Anson 

Bloodline, by Sydny Sheldon 

Fools Die, by Mario Puzo 






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If Life Is a Bowl of Cherries - What Am I Doing in the 
Pits?, by Erma Bombeck 

Mommie Dearest, by Christina Crawford 

My Mother, My Self, by Nancy Friday 

Gnomes, text by Wil Huygen. illustrations by Rien Poortvliet 

American Caesar, by William Manctiester 

The Complete Book of Running, by James F Fixx 

The Complete Scarsdale Medical Diet, by Herman 
Tamower, M.D., and Sam Sinclair Baker 

A Distant Mirror, by Barbara W^ Tuchman 

Lauren Bacall By Myself, by Lauren Bacall 

Sophia, Living and Loving, by A E Hotchner 

The Country Diary ot an Edwardian Lady, by Edith Holden 

Linda Goodman's Sun Signs, by Linda Goodman 

Non-Fiction "Zl'^Z'Z """"' "" """"' °" ''""■ "' 



OBITUARiES 



Pope Paul VI 
Pope John Paul I 
Totie Fields 
Mr. Bill (oh, no . . 
Victor Hasselblad 
Charles Boyer 
Jomo Kenyatta 
Robert Shaw 
Bruce Cotton 
Keith Moon 
Jock L. Warner 
Willy Messerschmidt 
Edgar Bergen 
Lyman Bostock 
Jacques Brel 
Gig Young 
Dan Dailey 
Gene Tunney 
Norman Rockwell 
Margaret Mead 



Golda Meir 
Chill Wills 
Conrad Hilton 
] Nelson Rockefeller 

Sid Vicious 
Jean Monnet 
Edgar Buchanan 
Morris 

Emmett Kelly 
Carroll Rosenbloom 
Rogers Morton 
Mr, Ed 

Barbara Hutton 
Jack Haley 
Mary Pickford 
Lowell George 
Arthur Fiedler 
Thurman Munson 
John Wayne 



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Between the Sheets 

Black Russian 

Bloody Mary 

Brandy Alexander 

Chi Chi 

Daiquiri 

Gibson 

Gimlet 

Gin & Tonic 

God Father 



Golden Cadillac 

Grasshopper 

Harvey Wallbonger 

Jock Buster 

Mai Tai 

Manhattan 

Margarita 

Martini 

Old Fashioned 

Pina Colado 



Pink Lady 
Planter's Punch 
Rob Roy 
Rusty Nail 
Salty Dog 
Scotch &. Water 
Screwdriver 
Side Cor 
Singapore Sling 
Silver Bullet 



Skip & Go Naked 
Sloe Gin Fizz 
Sonnbrero 
Stinger 

Tequila Sunrise 
Tom Collins 
Velvet Hammer 
Whiskey Sour 
White Russian 
Zombie 



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Chapel Hi 

Beer Drinking Capita 

of the World 

Milwaukee may be the nation s beer 
capital, but Chapel Hill's consumption rote 
rivals world records. Chapel Hill students 
and townspeople consume an average of 
27,500 cases of beer each week. It takes 
32 trucks to transport the 660,000 cons [i.e. 
7,920,000 ounces, or 61,875 gallons] of 
elixir to our fair city every week. 
Translated to annual figures. Chapel 
Hillians consume 34,320,000 cans of beer 
each year, which means that Chapel Hill 
claims .096% of the beer produced in the 
United States. 

West Germans, with the highest rote of 
beer consumption in the world, annually 
drink 38.8 gallons per capita, according to 
1975 figures. The United States logs 
modestly behind with a per capita 
consumption of 16 gallons per year. In on 
effort to uphold American honor, Chapel 
Hillians [34,2 10 of them] chug 87.89 gallons 
[939 cans] of the brew each year, 
according to statistics. 



Excerpts from "Beer Town Has Staggering Consunnption Rate," by Anne- 
Marie Downey, Ttie Dally Tar Heel, October 27, 1978 




INFLATION 





1975 


1979 


Canned Soft Drink 


300 


350 


Loaf of Bread 


540 


770 


Movie Ticket 


$2.50 


$3.25 


Blue Book 


70 


90 


Hershiey Bar (1 oz.) 


150 


250 


Ice Cream Cone 


280 


330 


Daily Newspaper 


150 


150 


Tuition and Fees 






In-State 


$219,50 


$288 


Out-of-state 


$998,50 


$1143 


Unleaded Gas/gal. 


51.90 


93.90 


Bubble Gum 


20 


40 


Record Album 


$3.78 


$4.99 


Pay Phone 


200 


200 



476 



Coming Home 

Grease 

Rocky Horror Picture 

Show 
Animal House 
Heaven Can Wait 
Lord of the Rings 
Oliver's Story 
Sergeant Pepper's 

Lonely Hearts' Club 

Band 
California Suite 
Eyes of Laura Mars 
Who'll Stop the Rain 
Girl Friends 

Bread and Chocolate 
The Driver 
Days of Heaven 
A Wedding 



Death on the Nile 

Blood Brothers 

Midnight Express 

Autumn Sonata 

The Wiz 

Paradise Alley 

The Boys from Brazil 

Magic 

Halloween 

Same Time, Next Year 

The Deer Hunter 

Invasion of the Body 

Snatchers 
The Brinks Job 
Superman 
Every Which Way But 

Loose 
Ice Castles 
The Great Train Robbery 



Norma Rae 

The China Syndrome 

Hair 

Love at First Bite 

The Champ 

Hurricane 

Manhattan 

Escape from Alcatraz 

Moonraker 

Alien 

The Main Event 

Interiors 

Rocky II 

Prophecy 

Murder by Decree 

Nightwing 

Inlaws 

Watership Down 

The Muppet Movie 




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KENAN 
PROFESSORSHIPS 

established by members of the Kenan family 
to aid the University in attracting, retaining, and recognizing 

outstanding faculty members 

SARA GRAHAM KENAN PROFESSORS 

H Stanley Bennett. Anatomy 

Thomas W. Farmer. Neurology and Medicine 

Morns A. Lipton. Psychiatry 

Paul L. Munson. Pharmacology and Endocrinology 

GRAHAM KENAN PROFESSORS 

Daniel Pollitt. Law 
John Scott. Law 

KENAN PROFESSORS 

E.M, Adams. Philosophy 

William B. Aycock. Law 

Stephen B Baxter. History 

Frederick P. Brooks. Jr.. Computer Science 

Fedenco G. Gil. Political Science 

Carl W. Gottschalk. Medicine and Physiology 

Bernard G. Greenberg. Biostatistics 

Wassily Hoeffding. Statistics 

Hugh Holman. English 

J- Logan Irvin. Biochemistry and Nutrition 

Henry N. Kirkman. Jr.. Pediatrics 

George P. Manire. Bacteriology and Immunology 

Eugen Merzbacher. Physics and Astronomy 

Daniel A. Okun. Environmental Science and Engineering 

Everett D. Palmatier. Physics and Astronomy 

Charles N, Reilley. Chemistry 

J- Carlyle Sitterson. History 

George B, Tindall. History 

Judson J. Van Wyk. Pediatrics 

WILLIAM RAND KENAN. JR.. PROFESSORS 

Lester E. Asheim. Library Science 

Juan B, Avalle-Arce. Romance Languages 

Vernon L, Bounds. Political Science 

Williard T Carleton. Business Administration 

John B. Carroll. Psychology 

Ernest L Eliel. Chemistry 

James Gallagher. Education 

Eugene Gressman. Law 

James Haar. Music 

Nelson G, Hairston. Zoology 

Lara G. Hoggard. Music 

Jay R Judson. Art 

George J, Kane. English 

Charles Long. Religion 

J. Ross Macdonald. Physics and Astronomy 

Duncan MacRae. Political Science and Sociology 

Eduoard Morct-Sir. Romance Languages 

George E. Mowry. History 

Robert G, Parr. Chemistry 

John J.W. Rogers. Geology 

Vermont C. Royster. Journalism 

Aldo D. Scaglione. Romance Languages 

John B, Turner. Social Work 

Gerhard L. Weinberg. History 

Paul Ziff. Philosophy 




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UNDERGRADUATE 
AWARDS 

presented by the Chancellor at the annual 
Undergraduate Student Awards Ceremony 

ACADEMIC AWARDS 



THE UNDERGRADUATE PRIZE IN ART HISTORY 

presented annually Co the undergraduate student who, in the opinion 

of a faculty committee. \A/rites the most outstanding essay in Art 

History 

Harriet Annabel Whelchel 

THE KENNETH C. ROYALL ACADEMIC AWARD 

presented annually to the senior Air Force Reserve Officer Training 

Corps cadet who demonstrates excellence in scholarship and 

airmanship 

Robert Dow Stimpson II 
THE WENNER-GREN PRIZE IN ANTHROPOLOGY 

awanzled annually to the undergraduate student majoring in 

Anthropology who has completed the best honors research pnDject 

dunng the year: 

Marianne Holmes Hansen 

THE PETER C. BAXTER MEMORIAL PRIZE IN 

AMERICAN STUDIES 

a\A/arded to the senior who best exennplifies mteliectuat excellence. 

personal warmth, and contribution to the American Studies Program: 

William Leo Bamberger, Jr. 

THE HAROLD D. MEYER AWARD IN RECREATION 
ADMINISTRATION 

presented annually to the outstanding undergraduate majoring in 
Recreation Administration: 

Denise Chatham 

THE BERNARD BOYD MEMORIAL PRIZE 

presented annually to the memiber of the senior class majonng in 

Religion who has been selected by a faculty committee as most 

outstanding m academic achievement. 

Geoffrey Michael Hoare 

THE JOSEPHUS DANIELS SCHOLARSHIP MEDAL 

awarded annually to the senior midshipman in the Naval Reserve 

Offficens Training Corps who has attained the highest average in 

academic courses of study in the University for a three and one-half 

year period: 

Linwood Graham Walton, Jr. 

THE JAMES M, JOHNSTON DISTINGUISHED SENIOR 

AWARDS 

presented annually to seniors in the James M. Johnston Program 

adjudged to be most deserving of recognition for them outstanding 

academic achievements. 

David Randall Moser 

Belinda Gail Hastings 

Susan Nell Rowe 

Jan Allen Marks 

Suzanne Mallary Mitchell 

THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT AWARDS 

awanded annually by the French Government, thnjugh the 
Departmient of Romance Languages, to students whose work in 
French language and literature has been adjudged outstanding; 

Katherine Delana Watson 

THE STERLING A. STDUDEMIRE AWARD FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN SPANISH 

awarded annually to the outstanding senior student of Spanish: 

Michael Jamies Thornhill 

THE CAMOES PRIZE IN PORTUGUESE 

awanded annually to the outstanding undergraduate student of 

Portuguese; 

Cranford Oliver Plyler III 

THE DELTA PHI ALPHA AWARD 

presented annually to the outstanding student of German in the 

Delta Phi Alpha Society: 

James Lowell Everette, Jr. 



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THE FRANCIS J. LECLAIR AWARD 

pPBSEnted annually to the outstanding nnember of the graduating 
class majonng in Botany 

Claire Morris McCall 

THE OP WHITE PRIZE IN GEOLOGY 
awarded annually to the outstanding senior in Geology: 

Tracy Neil Tingle 

THE MCNALLY AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN 

GEOGRAPHY 

given annually to a graduating senior who has achieved academic 

excellence in Geography 

Maria Elizabeth Ausherman 

THE HOWARD W. ODUM UNDERGRADUATE 

SOCIOLOGY AWARD 

presented annually to the outstanding undergraduate student in 

Sociology: 

Alfred O'Neal Reid, Jr. 
THE ALBERT SUSKIN PRIZE IN LATIN 

offered annually to the undergraduate student who shows the best 

ability to understand Latin poetry and to translate selected passages 

at sight 

Paul Boezi Langford 
THE CHI OMEGA AWARD FOR SCHOLARSHIP AND 

LEADERSHIP 

presented this year to the senior ,n the School of Nursing chosen as 

most outstanding in scholastic achievement and exemplary 

leadership: 

Andrea Jo Ayvazian 

THE VENABLE MEDAL 

presented each year by members of Alpha Ch, Sigma, the professional 

Chemistry fraternity, to the outstanding senior majonng ,n 

Chemistry 

Gail Lynn Shaw 

Lawrence Wayne Gimple 

THE ARCHIBALD HENDERSON PRIZE IN 

MATHEMATICS 

presented annually to the undergraduate student best 

demonstrating a h.gh degree of mathematical ability and promise of 

originality in the field 

John Stuart Norwood 

THE EBEN ALEXANDER PRIZE IN GREEK 

awarded annually to the undergraduate student who presents the 

best rendering into English of selected passages of Greek not 

previously read: 

Diane Susan Legomsky 

THE WORTH AWARD 

given annually for sustained excellence in the undergraduate study of 

Philosophy 

Robert Lyman 



STUDENT ACTIVITIES 
AWARDS 

THE RICHARD LEVIN BAND AWARD 

g.ven annually to the graduating member of the University Bands who 

has been most outstanding in musical ability, academic exceiience. 

and school spirit: 

Charles Dana Simpson 

THE ROBERT WHITE LINKER AWARD 

given annually by the Society of Janus to the most outstanding 

freshman or sophomore residence hall officer, based on the criteria of 

initiative, creativity and effectiveness, and lasting oontnbutions to 

residence hall living 

Janis Lee Francis 

THE INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD 

presented to the undergraduate student who has made the most 

significant contribution dunng his or her academic career to 

increasing international awareness and understanding: 

Martin Michel Gonzalez 

THE PHARMACY STUDENT BODY AWARD 

given annually to the member of the graduating class of the School of 

Pharmacy who has demonstrated the highest qualities of character 

deoortment, scholarship, participation ,n extracurricular activities ' 



and the qualities and charactenstics that would distinguish him or 

her in the profession of Pharmacy: 

Frances Lura Rader 

THE ERNEST L. MACKIE AWARD 

presented to the man of the Junior Class who has been voted most 
outstanding in character scholarship, and leadership: 

Manley Woolfolk Roberts 

THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL — PANHELLENIC 

COUNCIL OUTSTANDING SENIOR AWARDS 

presented annually to the two seniors who have made the most 

outstanding contnbutions to their individual houses and to the Greek 

System as a whole: 

Thomas Eugene Terrell, Jr. 
Laura Lee Phelps 

THE JANE CRAIGE GRAY MEMORIAL AWARD 

presented annually to the woman of the Junior Class voted most 

outstanding in character, scholarship, and leadership: 

Mary Claire Sherrill 

THE WILLIAM P. JACOCKS MEMORIAL AWARD 

presented annually to the outstanding man in the graduating class. 

awarded on the basis of versatility 

Robert Louis Rosiello 

THE ROGER A. DAVIS MEMORIAL AWARD 

given by the Residence Hail Association to the student, udged to have 

given outstanding service to the University, especially in the 

residence hall programs: 

William Ward Gillikin 

William David Potterfield 

THE FRANK PORTER GRAHAM AWARD 

presented under the sponsorship of the Yacket}/ Yack to the 

graduating senior who has made the most outstanding contnbution 

to a realization of the ideals of equality, dignity, and peace among men 

in the University community 

Suzanne Mallary Mitchell 

THE WILLIE P. MANGUM MEDAL IN ORATORY 

awarded to that member of the graduating class who. ,n the opinion of 

a group of judges, gives the best ongmal oration at an annual 

oratorical competition 

Lisa Gale Haneline 

THE ERNEST H. ABERNETHY PRIZE IN STUDENT 

PUBLICATION WORK 

presented annually to the student adjudged by a committee to have 

done the most distinctive work during the current year ,n the field of 

student publications 

Theodor Kenneth Kyle 

THE IRENE F. LEE AWARD 

presented annually to the woman of the graduating class who in the 

judgment of a committee of faculty and students. ,s the most 

outstanding in leadership, character, and scholarship: 

Karen Leslie Stevenson 

THE JIM TATUM MEMORIAL AWARD 

presented annually to the athlete who has performed with distinction 

in his or her sport and who has also contnbuted to the University 

community through constructive participation in extracurncular 

activities 

Karen Leslie Stevenson 

THE ALGERNON SYDNEY SULLIVAN AWARD 

bestowed annually upon one man and one woman of the graduating 

class who in the judgment of a committee of faculty and students 

have best demonstrated unselfish interest in the welfare of their 

fellowmen, with emphasis on humanitarian contribution: 

Thomas Bolton Mayo III 

Karol Virginia Mason 

THE JOHN JOHNSTON PARKER. JR. MEDAL FOR 

UNIQUE LEADERSHIP IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

awarded annually to that member of the graduating class who ,n the 

judgment of a committee of faculty and students, has demonstrated 

the highest qualities of leadership m perpetuating the spint and honor 

of student self-government: 

Craig Burdeen Brown 

THE PATTERSON AWARD 

awarded to the senior athlete in the University who is judged by a 

committee of faculty, administrators, and students to be most 

outstanding in athletic ability, sportsmanship, morale, leadership, and 

general conduct: 

Gregory Duval Norhs 

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Samuel Thomas Sockwell, Jason 

Isaac Byron Norton III. Hyparchos 

William Douglas Parmelee, Grammateus 

Suzanne M. Mitchell. Chrystopher 

ACTIVE ARGONAUTS 

Ralph Vernon Aubry. Jr. 

Craig Burdeen Brown 
Virginia Harrison Burns 
William Bain Jones. Jr. 
Roger Norman Kirkman 
Bradley Robert Lamb 
Kathleen Parker Lamb 
Charles Franklin Miller 
Michele Marie Patterson 

Joni Ann Peters 

Gregory Douglas Porter 

Maurice Clifton York 

INITIATES 

1 05B Gary Durward Jones 

1 G57 Nicholas Long, Jr. 

1 OSS Linda Louise Love 

1 059 Hanan Mayer Isaacs 

1 DBO Barbara Jo Polk 

10B1 Susan Nell Rowe 

1 GBa Alethea Gail Segal 

1 GB3 Karen Leslie Stevenson 

1 OB4 Robert John Kendall 

1 OB5 Martha Elizabeth Sellers 

1 OBB William David Porterfield 

1 OB"7 Karol Virginia Mason 

1 CBS Michael Keith Kapp 

1 DBS Janice Lynne Edmiston 

1 070 Ann Mario Martinelli 

1071 Thomas Bolton Mayo III 

1 072 Geoffrey Michael Hoare 

1 073 Charles Clark Alston 

107-4 Thomas Eugene Terrell. Jr. 

1 075 Gregory Pennington 

1 07B Jimmie Watkins Phillips 

1 077 Daniel Francis Heneghan 

1 07B Stephen Ward DeVine 

1073 Dana Lynn Cagle 

1 OBO Louis Dean Bilionis 

10B1 Cary Herbert Ulman 

1 OB2 Glinda Sue Cooper 



ORDER OF 

THE GOLDEN FLEECE 



The Order of the Golden Fleece wes founded in 1 Q03 
to honor exceptional leadership, inspirational character, 
and loyalty to the ideals of the University. It is 
considered to be the highest honorary on campus. 



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ORDER OF 
THE OLD WELL 



The Order of the Old Well is dedicated to the recognition 

of academic and extra-curricular excellence. Created in 

1 Q4a, the Order honors students for their unselfish 

caDHtributions to the University community Each year the 

Order also undertakes research for Chancellors Award 

nominees and sponsors a reception for the recipients of 

faculty teaching awards. 



President 

Craig Burdeen Brown 

Vice-President 

Stephen Ward DeVine 

Treasurer 

Christopher May Mason 

Secretary 

Ann Margo Warhola 

Member-at-Large 

Lyndon Forrest Fuller 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

Suzanne Mallary Mitchell 

William Douglas Parmelee 

Cary Herbert Ulman 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 

James Lawrence Alexandre 

Robert Neville Gates 

Issac Byron Norton III 

Mark Joel Kogan 

Charles Maxwell Kummel 

Glen David Macdonald 



INITIATES 

Charles Edward Allen 
Charles Clark Alston 
Ralph Vernon Aubry. Jr. 
Louis Dean Bilionis 
Rhonda Lynch Black 
William Legette BIythe 
Charles Francis Carpenter 
Roy Asberry Cooper III 
Gary Wayne Davis 
Pamela Sharee Dockery 
Darrell Ray Ertzberger 
Don William Fox 
Mary Elizabeth Froelich 
Betsy Reed Gillette 
Reginald Bernard Gillespie 
William Ward Gillikin 
James Ed\A/ard Grogan. Jr. 
Barbara Makely High 
Geoffrey Michael Hoare 
Allen H. Johnson 
Gary Durward Jones 
William Bam Jones. Jr. 
Matthew Bowditch Judson 
Katharine Sue Kearnes 
John Brendan Kelly 
Robert John Kendall 
James Daniel Levine 
Jean lone Linker 
Robert Allen Long. Jr. 
Linda Louise Love 
Timothy John Lucido 
Ann Mario Martinelli 
George Motier Maxwell, Jr. 
Mark William Merritt 
Patrick Kolb Nicholson 
Chrisann Ohier 
Gregory Pennington 
Jimmie Watkins Phillips, Jr. 
William David Porterfield 
Walton Harrison Reeves 
Susan Nell Rowe 
Robert Walter Saunders 
Martha Elizabeth Sellers 
Mary Claire Sherrill 
Robert Hendry Singletary 
Samuel Thomas Sockwell 
Susan Diane Stamper 
Karen Leslie Stevenson 
Joan Lynette Templeton 
Thomas Eugene Terrell. Jr. 
Paul Wendall Whaley 
Jesse Gr-egory Winchester 
Charles Donald Woodard 
Katie Marie Ziglar 




485 



ORDER OF THE GRAIL 




Daniel Francis Heneghan, Delegata 
Robert Nevill Gates, Exchequer 
John Jacob Kallenborn, Scribe 

KNIGHTS 

Charles Clark Alston 
Ralph Vernon Aubry 
Louis Dean Bilionis 
Craig Bundeen Brown 
Vann Williams Donaldson 
Dennis Neill Jacokes 
William Bain Jones, Jr, 
Gary Durward Jones 
Charles Maxwell Kummel 
Bradley Robert Lamb 
Nicholas Long, Jr. 
Thomas Bolton Mayo III 
Charles Franklin Milter 
William Douglas Parmelee 
Gregory Douglas Porter 
Robert Louis Rosiello 
William Norman Self 
Samuel Thomas Sockwell 
Robert Cecil Stamper 
Gregory Alan Underwood 
Daniel Murray Walker 



INITIATES 

Ronald Gail Boatwright 
Williami Cavanaug Chapmian 
Roy Asberry Cooper III 
Stephen Ward DeVine 
Don William Fox 
William Ward Gillikin 
Jamies Edward Grogan, Jr. 
Geoffrey Michael Hoare 
Michael David Holesh 
Stuart Manly Jones 
John Brendan Kelly 
Robert John Kendall 
Caleb Kimball King 
Robert Allen Long 
Timiothy John Lucido 
David Leon Matthevys II 
George Matier Maxwell, Jr, 
Ricky Verlin Murray 
Patrick Kolb Nicholson 
John Mark Payne 
Jimmie Watkins Phillips 
Walton Harrison Reeves 
Manley Woolfolk Roberts 
Robert Walter Saunders 
Robert Hendry Singletary 
William Richard Steigerwald 
Thomas Eugene Terrell, Jr. 
Cary Herbert Ulmian 
William Elliott Warnock 
Richard Byron Whisnant 
Charles Donald Woodard 






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ORDER OF THE VALKYRIES 




INITIATES 

Heidi Ann Athanas 
Rebecca Lea Burcham 
Dana Lynn Cagle 
Cynthia Mane Cox 
Stephanie Yvonne Crawford 
Ellen Mane Dees 
Pamela Shares Dockery 
Pamela Lynn Farmer 
Mary Elizabeth Froelich 
Deborah Jane Gupton 
Eva Jeannette Heyward 
Jean lone Linker 
Ann Mario Martinelli 
Chrisann Dhler 
Laural Lydia Potter 
Bernadette Irene Ransbottort 
Mary Ann Rhyne 
Susan Nell Rowe 
Lisa Marie Saylor 
Susan Elizabeth Self 
Martha Elizabeth Sellers 
Mary Claire Shernll 
Joan Lynette Templeton 
Katie Marie Ziglar 



Christina Mane Nader, Treasurer 



Virginia Harrison Burns 
Stacey Lorraine Cox 
Jeanne Wilson 
Karol Virginia Mason 
Suzanne Mallary Mitchel 
Karen Leslie Stevenson 

HONORARY MEMBERS 



Anne Drury Hall 

Mary Casey Jacob 

Karen Lee Peterson 

Penny Rue 

Lynda Anderson Stone 

Emily Florence Untermeyer 

Esther Houston Vassar 

The Order of the Grail/Valkyries 

recognizes undergraduate students 

and other members of the community 

who have demonstrated excellence 

in scholarship, service to the University. 

and outstanding character. The Order 

seeks to honor those individuals 

who have exhibited unselfish and 

dynamic leadership in dealing 

with problems confronting students 

and who have initiated innovative projects. 



487 



PHI BETA KAPPA 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



David G. Basile 

James R. Caldwell 

Almonte Charles Ho\A/ell 

Ancel Mewborn 

Corydon Perry Spruill 



Lawrence Wayne Gimple, President 
Manly W. Roberts, Co-Vice President 
Linda Jean Swofford. Co-Vice President 
Ann Mane Knops, Recording Secretary 
Claude S. George, Jr., Faculty Adviser 




Elisabeth Jane Adams 

Jill Denise Austin 

James Andrew Bell III 

Bruce Victor Senator 

John Durland Benjamin 

Jeffrey David Billings 

Frank Lawrence Bliss 

Emily Ann Boal 

Peter Boneparth 

Robert Ross Borders 

Mary Braunsdorf 

Jeffrey Paige Brown 

Kemp Pendleton Burpeau 

Linda Marie Cabe 

Lisa Brennan Cash 

John Gerald Childers, Jr. 

Vincent Davis Childress, Jr. 

Michael Charles Cloninger 

Anne Elizabeth Cobey 

Stratford Marion Douglas 

Marvin Lennox Eason, Jr. 

William David Edwards 

Nancy Lynn Fordham 

Lea Francine Freeman 

Ray Michael Freeman 

Thomas Edwin Frey 

Christine Noble Govan 

Patricia Killian Grebe 

Eric Bruce Harris 

Kathleen Gay Harris 

Stephen Davis Harris 

Susan Fairchild Harris 

John Arthur Harsch 

Jill Elizabeth Hickey 

Paula Ruth Hobbs 

Frederick Christian Hoerner. Jr. 

Leslie Ann Hollowell 

Joy Darlene Jester 

Patricia Ann Johnson 

Caleb Kimball King 

Jaimes Duncan Ladd 

Paul Boezi Langford 

Diane Susan Legomsky 

Heidi Ann Leverenz 

Robert Propst Lineberger 

Anthony Robert Mace 

Cynthia Faires Martin 

Ann Mario MartinelM 

Jane Gordon May 

Gwen Alice McLeod 

Robert Timothy McMains 

Mary Louise McMaster 

Andrev\/ Joseph Michael 

Clare Tully Monahan 

Lesley Louise Myers 

Jennifer Nichols 

Karen Gaye Odom 

Eva Mane Pappas 

Sambra Jane Pittard 

Andrew Kenneth Pov^ell 

Lynn Allis Remick 

Bradford Chick Rutledge 

Mark Thomias Samonds 

George Alton Sealey 

Candace Lynn Smith 

Teresa Roye Smith 

Scott Daniel Stanford 

Kathy Ann Stanley 

Jane Meredith Stephens 

John Eugene Toothman 

Gregory Alan Underwood 

Betty Sue Uzzell 

Michael Keith Waddell 

June Grace Wagner 

Kathehne Delana Watson 

Jeffrey Carl Whittington 

Robert Earl Wiggins. Jr. 

William Stuart Wood 

David Calep Wright 



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INITIATES 

Julie Abbot 

Meredith Lucile Albright 

Charles Clark Alston 

Mitchell Kyle Barnes 

Luther Ernest Barnhardt III 

Morns Leo Benatar 

Steven George Bender 

Louis Dean Bilionis 

Lisa Ann Blue 

Charles Edward Bogle III 

Maurice John Bolus 

John Earl Brady 

William Hardy Bryan 

Sarah Strother Bunting 

Stephen Timothy Byrd 

Malvina Lourdes Camejo 

Charles Francis Carpenter 

Anthony Glenn Carraway 

Betty Ruth Carter 

Kenneth Lee Carter. Jr. 

Paul Thayer Chapman 

Allan Thomas Chiulli 

Teresa Harris Cook 

Gregg Robert Daugherty ._.--- 

Barney Mark Davidson 

Gary Wayne Davis 

Beth Louise Deppe 

Stephen Ward DeVine 

Elizabeth Anne Dickson 

Robert Joel Dunn 

Donald Leroy Dyer 

Shanan Luann Edwards 

Richard Irving Eisenstadt 

Margaret Gnffin Evans 

James Lowell Everette. Jr. 

Thad Harrison Faison 

Jon Wallace Floyd 

Jane Foley 

Jamies Donald Fortenberry 

Benjamin Eagles Fountain III 

Kenneth John Frier 

Charles Harwood Funderburk. Jr 

Dawn Elizabeth Gantt 

Virginia Lynn Gantt 

Robert Nevill Gates 

Thomas Tracy Giduz 

Mary Kay Gilleland 

Nancy Ann Glickman 

Jennie Donnell Graham 

Robert Lorenza Green 



William Olin Green 
Richard Michael Guzewicz 
Karen Anne Hall 

Kathy Louise Hamilton 

Knsten Irene Hammett 

Sharon Leigh Harmon 

Belinda Gail Hastings 

William Amos Heisel III 

Peter Niels Heller 

Ellen Bryce Hendrix 

Cynthia Lynn Holder 

Katnna Karnker Holshouser 

Adam Paul Holtzman 

Stephen Brian Irvin 

Michael Thomas Jacobs 

Steven William Jacobson 

Carol Ann Jardine 

Debra Leigh Jones 

Marie Louise Joseph 

Vencint Dwayne Joyce 

David Shope Kennett 

Pamela Ann Kepley 

Phillip Earl King 

Jan Kres 

Karen Patricia Lammey 

Kimberly Dene Lane 
David Longstfeet Lewis 
Roy Taylor Lilley 
Laura Elizabeth Logan 
Elizabeth Ann Longley 
Mary Lucinda Love 
Elizabeth Burgess McCormick 
Jonathan Gregory McKenzie 
Michael James Mullen 
Jennifer Louise Murphy 
Edward McDowell Newsom 
Joseph Royal Newton. Jr. 
Keith Cameron Nichols 
Richard Claiborne Noble 
Laurie Jean DCallaghan 
Chrisann Dhler 
Virginia Dianne Ormand 
Richard Chapman Owens. Jr. 
Susan Anne Pacenta 
Frederick Oscar Palmdahl 
Gregory Scott Pape 
Gai-y Wilton Parr 
Joseph Hunter Phillips 
Laura Jean Pistole 
Cranford Oliver Plyler III 
Barry Lee Pope 
Susan Mane Presti 



Thomas Michael Price 
Randall Brooks Pridgen 
Henry Hamilton Ralston 
Bernadette Irene Ransbottom 

Thomas Eugene Register. Jr. 
Dana Powers Reinhold 

Sherry Lee Reynolds 

Robert Lee Rich. Jr 

Jeffrey Neil Robinson 

Denise Bunn Rock 

John Ferns Lowe Ross 

Alan Harrison Rumph 

Agnes Foy Sabiston 

Mika Zella Savir 

Martha Elizabeth Sellers 

Douglas Alan Shackelford 

Susan Virginia Sheely 

William Roy Shelton 

Leigh Ann Shumate 

Robert Wayne Simmons 

Charles Martin Sowers 

Lori Ann Spangler 

Marvin Mitchel Spivey, Jr. 

Randal Jeneil Stewart 

Carol Moir Strickland 

Laura Elizabeth Stuart 

Paul Bohsuk Suh 

Thoimas Allen Swain 

Robert Earle Taylor. Jr. 

Paul Eric Teske 

Adam Tredwell Thorp IV 

Monte Raymond Uzzell 

Jay Russell Versteeg 

Rowan Georges Vianes 
John Vann Vogel 

Nelie Virginia Waller 
Timothy David Ware 
CanDl Laird Weatherly 
Heather Hope Helen Weir 
James William Wert. Jr. 
Richard Byron Whisnant 
Alice Dickey White 
Ellen Andrea White 
Patricia Lynn Whitesell 
Josephine Kneale Witt 
James Alan Wolfe 
Sue Elizabeth Womble 
Ashley Woodiwiss 
Sherry Leigh Wooten 
Don C. Youse 



Election to Phi Beta Kappa is a recognition of intellectual 
capacities well employed, especially in the acquiring of an 
education in the liberal arts and sciences. The objectives 
of humane learning encouraged by Phi Beta Kappa include 
intellectual honesty and tolerance, range of intellectual 
interests, insight and understanding. 



489 




PHI ETA SIGMA 



James Edward Grogan. Jr.. President 
Linda Dianne Hubbard, Vice-President 
Elizabeth Anne Mendenhali. Secretary 
Elizabeth Gaines Schofteld, Treasurer 



490 



Beth Susan Adier 
Martha West Alspaugh 
Sebastian Roosevelt Alston 
Martin Wright Amerson 
Lindalyn Appen 
Betsy Jo Ash 
Edward Charles Atwell 
Bart Parker Bacon 
Karen Patricia Bailey 
William Anderson Baker 
Mark Alan Baratta 
Ashley Reid Barbour 
Christopher Mark Barbour 
Mark Douglas Bardill 
Michael David Barnes 
Karen Lynn Barnhardt 



Valerie Dawn Bean 
Warren Glen Bell 
Helen Rose Bellar 
Paula Ann Billingsley 
Beth Amanda Boles 
Barbara Joyce Boling 
Katharine Jean Bowden 
Jeffrey Edgar Bowers 
Lawrence Joyner Boyette 
Ellen Holland Bridgers 
David Smith Brill 
Jane Ellen Broadwater 
Allen Curtis Brotherton 
Kevin Rene Bruce 
Charles Alan Bryan 
William Graham Buie IV 



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Tammy Jeannine Bunn 
Colleen Patricia Bush 
David Boley Byck 
Patricia Love Carpenter 

Tamra Jean Carpenter 
Howard Wayne Cecil 
Leslie Kathenne Chesson 
Michael Fabnqu Chnstiman 
Mark Paul Clem 

Edward Isaac Cole, Jr. 

Aphrodite Adnenne Constantinides 

Christopher Mark Cornwell 

Molly Dee Current 

Thomas Vincent Daily 

Ruth Lynne Daniel 

Gordon William Davis 

Susan Melissa Davis 

Mary Ann Dinan 

Susan Ellen Doctor 

Jacqueline Carol Draper 

Scott Williamson Dunlap 

Elizabeth Gates Dunne 

Lesa Jane Edv^ards 

Tiimothy Eugene Edwards 

John Eric Elliott 

Karen Gregory Elliott 

Tern Lane Ellis 

Donald Carter Elmore 

Sherrylyn Rembertha Ford 

Jennings Cleveland Fort 

Charles Lothnop Gardiner 

James G Gartland 

Betty Virginia Gibbs 

Gregg Hewitt Gilbert 

Larry Dean Good 

Deborah Allene Goodson 

David Edward Graham 
Jeffrey Eugene Gray 
Williarn Henry Grieser 
David Lynn Gnffin 
Kathryn Jo Griffin 
Janet Lee Hamilton 
Caroline Susan Harris 
Melissa Jean Harris 
Sharon Anne Harris 
Barbara Marie Harrison 
Cynthia Lynn Hartmann 
Charles Sigman Hayek 
Misti Ladonna Hennessee 
Richard Yarborough Hinton 
Cindy Lu Holder 
David Wason Hollar, Jr. 
Seth Matthew Holtzman 
Winifred Ceinwen Hughes 
Susan Lynne Hull 
Roxanna Lynn Humphries 
Melinda Lee Hunter- 
Linda Leigh Huntley 
Rita Gaynell Hussey 
Dianne Thomas Ingram 
Susan Patricia Jackson 
Susan Raimona Johnson 
Thomas Hatcher Johnson. Jr. 



Stephen Lynn Jolly 
Randall Dean Jones 
Sherry Elaine Jones 
Stephen Watson Jones 
Kathryn Leigh Jordan 
Walton Kitchin Joyner. Jr. 
Jay Allen Kama 
Wendy Genia Keel 
Eric Richard Kenny 
Kenneth Robert Keppel 
Sharon Ann Kester 
Michael EM Kimerling 
Donna Lynne Kirk 
John Alvin Kirkland, Jr. 
Lorrie Jane Kline 
Lucy Kathenne Kluttz 
Lise Paola Knelson 
Jeffrey Scott Koeze 
Karol Ann Krueger 
Matthew Allan Kupstas 
Joan Allison Labbie 
Miles Mai-sdon Lackey 
Mark Aaron Ladd 
Jeffrey Louis Leal 
Teresa Dawn Lee 
Benjamin Marc Lefkowitz 
John Lee Lloyd 
Steven Brent Long 
Albert Hung-Pei Luh 
John Alley Maass 
Amy Lynn Martin 
Jana Lynn Mason 
Beverly Doreen Matthews 
James Walter Maynard. Jr. 
Mike Charles McCall 
Monica Leigh McCarty 
David Charles McComb 
Mark Alan McCombs 
Patricia Anne McCracken 
Brenda Susan McGlamery 
Ann Lovelace McLaughlin 
Renee Sharon McRary 
Christopher Moore Milam 
Jan Paul Miller 
Barbara Louise Minderman 
Loretta Sue Minor 
Debra Lynn Mixon 
Geoffrey Hugh Chalfant Mock 
James Nelson Mock 
Mary Ashley Montague 
Harnett Elizabeth Morrison 
Nicholas Edward Morrison 
Lisa Jane Motsinger 
William James Murphy III 
Nancy Catherine Ortolani 
Holly Sue Palmer 
Rita Panoscha 
Mark Daniel Pegram 
Janice Leigh Pendergraph 
Brenda Karen Pennell 
Patricia Lee Perez 
Mary Lucille Piccirillo 
Kelly Elizabeth Piner 



Sharon Dianne Pitts 
Nancy Kathenne Plant 
Robert Alan Powell 
Joseph Steven Price 
Shelley Mebane Pritchett 
Susan Esther Pruett 
Nora Ellen Raynor 
John David Reed 
Janice Vargo Rice 
Sharon Denise Ridge 
Helen Wannamaker Rogers 
Melany Ann Rogers 
Ann Wendy Rosenwasser 
Karen Elizabeth Ross 
William Eugene Sanders. Jr. 
Karen Elizabeth Schnell 
Janet Robin Segal 
Catherine Fulton Sheets 
Gail Lynn Shelton 
Eric David Shimabukuro 
Rebecca Ann Shirk 
John Anthony Sipp 
Britt Louise Sjoerdsma 
Daniel John Skrzynski 
Richard Lee Smiley 
Gary Michael Smith 
Cynthia Susan Sobel 
Ricky Eugene Stallings 
John Capp Stathas 
Carole Joyce Stemkowski 
Paul Lindsay Stevenson 
Julia Ann Stout 
Ellen Kaye Strowd 
Paul Boksuk Suh 
Dawn Susina Taylor 
Patricia Alison Timko 
Henry Franklin Tnpp. Jr. 
Robert Rand Tucker 
Susan S\A/epson Tucker 
Barbara Joan Vaness 
Ann Elgin VanMeter 
Stephen Clarence Vertrees 
Diane Frances Veto 
Lynne Elizabeth Wagoner 
Bonnie Pamela Wald 
Joni Lynn Walser 
Sally Joanne Warneck 
Michelle Leigh Watkins 
Jennifer Darrow Watson 
Bruce Vickers Webster 
Jennifer Weiss 
Loretta D. Whitcomb 
Sheila Helen Whitfield 
Gregory Devon Williams 
Hugh Houser Williams 
Roger Shaw Williams 
Kimberly Lynn Wilson 
Deborah Wright Withers 
James Cornelius Womble 
Mark Thomas Wright 
Valerie Bette Wyke 
Edwin Samuels Young. Jr. 
Nicholas Saleh Zarzar 



Phi Eta Sigma honors academic excellence during the freshman 

year. Freshmen achieving a quality point average of 3.5 or 

better during their first two semesters of study 

are eligible for membership Members of Phi Eta Sigma 

publish the Course Description, an aid to students in 

pre- registering for classes. 



491 




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VALMAR XCIII 



930 Harry Worthley Burke. Jr REX 

33 1 James White Granger KDS 

S-42 A AYAFS NKSZVADU OF WSS 

a-41 D. Jordan Wichard III KMK 

934 William M. Warterfield NGP 



3B5 George Watts Hill 

442 Robert Burton House 

490 Fletcher Melvin Green 

492 Charles Milton Schaffer 

52B Joseph Flanner Patterson, Jr. 

54D Earnest Craige 

54B Harry Kittson Russell 

B34 Lyman Atkinson Gotten 

B5G Roy Walter Holsten 

BB3 Frank Wysor Klingberg 

BB4 Henry Wilkins Lewis 

BBS Robert Boyd Lindsay 

B73 Benson Reid Wilcox 

B7B Herbert Ralph Baer 

741 Richard Hill Robinson, Jr 

7B3 Hugh Talmadge Lefler 



79B Joseph Maryon Sanders 
S1 5 Stephen Bartow Baxter 
SIB Peter Franklin Walker 
823 Lee Roy Wells Armstrong 
B35 William Clyde Friday 
S3B Rollie Tillman, Jr. 
912 James Logan Godfrey 
914 Joseph Carlyle Sitterson 
935 William James McCoy 
929 Kenneth Cole Wagner 
940 John Loring Threshie, Jr. 

944 John David Black 

945 James L. Ford 
94B Stuart Mays Frantz 

949 Ralph Nichols Strayhorn III 



ORDER OF GIMGHOUL 



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GORGON'S HEAD LODGE 

Christopher Miller Hutchins 

Princeps 

James Archibald Hardison IV „ 

Censor 

Lewis Courtland Pully „ 

Scriptor 

John Cooper Osborne ^ 

Uuaestor 



Thomas Claiborne Creasy III 
Vernon Meredith Geddy III 
Frank Philip Hamilton 
Paul Leavitt Martin 
LouiB Bruce Matthai. Jr. 
William Hoyt Rogers 



TRUSTEES 

William Beard 
J- Kimball King 
John T. Manning 
Alex Webb. M.D, 



493 




SOCIETY OF HELLENAS 



INITIATES 

Elizabeth Jane Adams 

Linda Sharon Blasbalg 

Arje Aine Brown 

Leslie Ann Bunce 

Melanie Ann Calvert 

Katherine Louise Cannon 

Valerie Elizabeth Charles 

Leesa Mary Childress 

Cynthia Louise Coe 

Kimberly Jo Collins 

Cynthia Marie Cox 

April Darnis Davis 

Abigail Alexander Dowd 

Jane Rafferty Durney 

Judith Carol Emken 

Melissa Fick 

Betty Jane Fiser 

Margaret Bruce Foerster 

Sarah Holliday Glenn 

Eleanor Duff Green 

Anne Cranford Hawkins 

Meredith Barnes Ingram 

Ramona Spencer Jones 

Besse Jordan 

Sally Crews Kendrick 

Ellen Agatha Leitlnger 

Lori Ellen Lewis 

Patricia Gayle McGee 

Beverly Mills 

Vicki Raye Morton 

Geanne Wendy Neulicht 

Norma Page Nichols 

Kelly Patrice Nyimicz 

Cynthia Warren Peake 

Robin Dawn Perry 

Laura Lee Phelps 

Kathryn Clay Pinson 

Karen Carter Reynolds 

Cynthia Ann Robinson 

Susan Flood Rogers 

Amy Lynn Schwartz 

Mary Claire Sherrill 

Kathryn Diane Simmons 

Ethelyn Nightingale Simpson 

Deborah Ursula Smith 

Susan Diane Stamper 

Claire Ann Stephens 

Karen Ruth Tate 

Ann Scott Tolar 

Susan Anita Treece 

Karen Michelle Vogel 

Nelie Virginia Waller 

Lynda Lee Wensil 



Jane Covington Stafford, President 
Nancy Elizabeth Hinton. Vice-President 
Louise Gaither Moore, Secretary-Treasurer 

Nancy Dneida Aycock 
Sally Ann Bulla 
Rebecca Lynn Burbage 
Elizabeth Maxwell Ellett 
Elizabeth Ann Ewing 
Mary Elizabeth Froelich 
Catherine Thomas Humphries 
Susan Kent Janeway 
Rachel Lee Kenion 
Catherine Kent Patteson 
Deborah Ann Peele 
Catherine Dav^n Richards 

HONORARY INITIATES 

Sharon Mitchell 
Virginia Easley Pridgen 
Suzanne Wilkins 

The Society of Hellenas honors 
outstanding service by sorority 
women to the Greek system v\/ithin 
the Panhellenic Council or individual 
sororities. Outstanding and 
innovative service, character, and 
scholarship are the criteria for 
meimbershlp. 



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SOCIETY OF JANUS 



ADVENAE 

Joanne Sue Adier 
Tina Lynn Alexander 
Vernon Thomas Banks 
Craig Burdeen Brown 
Edward Charles Camp 
Ronald Wade Cottle 
James Mitchell Cox 
David Allen Craft 
Stephen Leonard Davis 
Janice Lynne Edmiston 
Frances Louise Flanagan 
Janis Lee Francis 
Elizabeth Dawn Fulbright 
Jen Lynn Galbraith 
Karen Lynn Grossnickle 
Michael David Holesh 
Randy Garris Holmes 
Donald Eugene Honbarrier 
James William Huneycutt 
Glenda Faye Jones 
Stuart Manly Jones 
CaiTDl Ann Kirby 
Susan Kay Ladd 
Marguerete Darlene Love 
David Leon Matthews. II 
Paul Worsley Mayberry 
Maureen Theresa McClintock 
Ricky Verlin Murray 
Annette Marie Neese 
Teresa Jane Reel 
Martha Elizabeth Sellers 
Daniel Owen Shackleford 
Michael Ray Shelor 
Carolyn Jean Spivey 
Randy Franklin Spivey 
Dianne Travis 
Thomas Stanley Vitt 
Harvey Langill Watson 
Kathryn Frances Williams 
Susan Jane Williams 
Charles Donald Woodard 



Dr. Paul Brandes 

Iris Burgess 

George F. Harpster 

Edna McCauley 

Steven Curtis McCormick 

Ronald Allison Wilson 



Charles Maxwell Kummel. Praeceps 
Janet Leigh Neese, Vice- Praeceps 
Mary Susan Hargette. Notarius 
William Ward Gcllikin, Quaestor 



ACTIVE PRAETDRS 

Kathy Theresa Allen 
James Emory Blackwell 
Jan Yvonne Bolick 
Kenneth Lee Bost 
Jeffrey Paige Brown 
Denise Chatham 
Carole Suzanne Conrad 
Alexander McAlister Council 
Bradley Harold Grumpier 
Joyce Lynn Dagleish 
Venn William Donaldson 
Don William Fox 
William Howard Francis 
Elizabeth Dianne Grigg 
Cynthia Leigh Hackler 
Dennis Neill Jacokes 

William Bain Jones. Jr. 
Nicholas Long. Jr. 
Linda Louise Love 

Virginia Dianne Love 

Karen Lynn McDonald 

Margaret Myers Merrill 

Charles L. Miller 

William David Porterfield 

William Allen Reep 

Bonita Luann Ring 

Lisa Maria Saylor 

Margaret Louise Shea 

Laurel Adams Swann 

Mary Faith Tilley 

Myra Sue Wheeler 

The Society of Janus was 
founded in 1 356 to honor 
members of the University 
community who have devoted 
time and energy toward the 
improvement of residence hall 
life. 





495 




ORDER OF ST. ANDREW 



Steve Banks, Lochiel 

Don Woodard. Chieftain 

Nancy Leonard. Scribe 

Jeff Cox. Laird 

CALEDONIANS 

Lynn Aambleton 
Tina Alexander 

Kathy Allen 

Kent Auberry 

Joanne Brautley 

Cheryl Carpenter 

Denise Chatham 

Laurie Da\A/son 

Aenne Feil 

Nancy Finelly 

Jams Francis 

Don Fox 

Jinn Levine 

Keith Mason 

Steve Morrow 

Joanne Nellis 

Nuna Perez-Reyez 

Lisa Saylor 

Jack Sussman 

Diane Taylor 

Evelyn Westarp 

George Wilktns 

Ron Wilson 

HONORARIES 

Archie Copeland 
Susan Furr 
Russ Perry 

The Order of St, Andrew, founded in 1 9"72. is 
an honorary for service to Henderson Residence 
College and its component residence halls. 
Alexander, Connor and Winston. Its members are 
chosen on the basis of courage, service, 
leadership, and high ideals. The Order is based 
upon Scottish themes and ideas, St, Andrevy 
being the patron saint of that country and an 
important leader in the first century church. The 
emblem of the Order is the thistle, the great 
symbol of Scotland. 



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ORDER OF THE GINGKO 

THE FOUR TOPS 

Jesse G. Winchester. Omniscient Omnipotent Grandest Supreme Mulcli 

R. Joel Dunn. Extra Extreme Grandest Mulch Excelsior 

Christopher M. Mason, Superior Extreme Grandest High Mulch 

Robert H. Reynolds. Extreme Exalted High Mulch Excelsior 

PIPS 

Lynn E, Tucker. Grand Imperial Chainsaw Interceptor 

Thomas C. Wood, Keeper of the Rake 

Darnell R. Ertzberger. Keeper of the Compost 

Joe C. Kelly. Extreme Under Mulch 

Steven C, Puckett. Extreme Grand Mulch 

O'JAYS 

Fredric J. Cole. Red Cloud 

Jeffrey M, Cheek 

G Steven Felts 

James F Campbell 

L. Warren Collier IV 

Robert E. Cowan 

Donald J. Guiney 

LITTLE SQUIRRELS 

Kenna L. Stephson. Grand Bushy-Tailed Ground Squirrel 
Mary E. Lowrance. Head Nutcracker- 
Laura E, Stuart. Gray Squirrel 
Robin J. McCarter. Flying Squirrel 
Elizabeth Bradshaw. Ground Squirrel 
Carol A. Weynand. Stnped Squirrel 
Catherine Cousins. Den Mother 

SQUIRRELS' NEST 

Carol A. Combs 
Cynthia G. Carter 
^ Third Floor Joyner 

ORDER OF THE GOLDEN CREASE 

Mary Catherine Crawford 

Mae Lee Liau 
Timothy Edward Mason 

HONORARIES 

David B. Weynand 

Gingko Tree Hoot Owl 

Professor William J. Koch 

The North Tower Quartet 



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MOREHEAD SCHOLARS 



CLASS OF 1 3V3 

Ronald Lewis Adams 
James Lawrence Alexandre 
Charles Clark Alston 
Clyde Lowell Ball. Jr. 
William Leo Bamberger 
Victor Eros Bell III 
Louis Dean Blllonis 
William Harry Billica 
Frank Lawrence Bliss 
Virginia Harrison Burns 
Michael Joseph Carroll 
Carolyn Jo Christman 
Julia McMillan Cline 
Roy Asberry Cooper III 
Karen Elaine Cress 
Maurice Francis Dana 
Phillip Sheridan Dickey 
Andrew Fearnall Fair 
Robert Nevill Gates 
Thomas Tracy GIduz 
Lawrence Wayne Gimple 
Kurt Lament Haefeli 
James Wnght Henry 
Robert John Kendall 
Ann Marie Knops 
James Duncan Ladd 
Denise Lenore Langevin 
Mark Calder McWhinney 
Robert Alexander Mc\A/llliam 
Thomas Bolton Mayo III 
Mark William Merntt 
Richard Gregory Michaels 
Ward Weskett Nelson 
Wllliami George Olayos. Jr. 
Walton Harnson Reeves. Jr. 
Robert Louis Rosiello 
Mary Claire Shernll 
Harry Eugene SIbold 
Samuel Thoimas Sockwell 
Karen Leslie Stevenson 
Joan Lynette Templeton 
John William Totten II 
David Tutherly Watters 
Debbie Weston 
James Tolbert Wilkinson 
Katie Marie Ziglar 



CLASS OF 1 3BG ■ 

Jeffery Alexander Aiken 

Donald Holmes Baker, Jr. 

Luther Ernest Bernhardt III 

James Andrew Bell 

Barry Stephen Brown 

Martha Corbi Bulluck 

David Christopher Chance 

Kim Stafford Clarke 

Joseph Wayne Coates 

Anne Elizabeth Cobey 

Robert Wayne Cramer 

Scott Bradford Davis 

Marcia Louise Dean 

Stephen Ward DeVine 

Elizabeth Anne Dooley 

Paul Frederick Duckworth, Jr. 

Michael Frank Elliott 

George Steven Felts 

Virginia Lynn Gantt 

Teresa Ann Gardner 

William ODaniel Gray III 

Eleanor Duff Green 

Peter Geoffrey Francis Harrison 

Robert Daniel Hays, Jr. 

William McDowell Hoak 

Geoffrey Michael St. John Hoare 

David Montgomiery Hunter 

Besse Jordan 

Nancy Catherine Joyce 

Christopher Shav\/ Lambert 

Robert Allen Long. Jr. 

Michael Wesley Lord 

Mary Louise McMaster 

Ann Mario Martinelll 

Jeffrey Don Mathis 

Janet Marie Moss 

Andrew Kenneth William Powell 

Gustavo Antonio Riera 

Manley Woolfolk Roberts 

Leiand Keith Rogers 

Charles Alan Ross 

Julius Addison Rousseau III 

Robert Wayne Simmons 

Thomias Flake Skipper 

Rebecca Faye Smith 

Andrew Carroll Spencer 

Gerald Glenn Strlph 

Charles Glenn Summers 

William Reid Thompson III 

Charles Thomias Urban III 

David Nichols von Storch 

Gloria Estelle Webster 

Trelawny Michael Williams 

Jamies Alan Wolfe 

Phillip Dexter Woods 

David Calep Wright III 



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MOREHEAD 



CLj^SS of 1SB1 

Byron Clifford Abels. Jr. 
Charles Edward Aldrich II 
Laura Kathryn Alexander 
Charles Edward Allen 
Cathy Ann Alston 
Terry Carter Antrim 
Karen Patricia Bailey 
Pamela Anne Bath 
Deborah Ward Bedford 
Louis Adams Bledsoe III 
Ronald Gail Boatwright 
Brian Charles Bunch 
Benic Monta Clark III 
Randall Allen Davis 
Bennie Lea Eure 
Brian MacDonald Goray 
James Edward Grogan. Jr. 
Randolph Herman Harry 
Jeremy John Olivier Harwood 
Mark Reid Hewett 
Cindy Ygerne Hoffner 
Christopher Michael Holmes 
Mary Bennett Houston 
Linda Oianne Hubbard 
Joel Walter Hylton. Jr. 
Dinita LeAnne James 
Gregory Hollins Kats 
Theodore Charles Kerner. Jr. 
Caleb Kimball King 
Eric John Kostelich 
Mary Christine Kuzma 
Loretta Kay Under 
Nicholas Frazier Manos 
Kimberly Anne Marshall 
Stephen Graham Nathan Mendel 
Elizabeth Anne Mendenhall 
Thomas Wentworth Morss 
Terrenes Oewitt Morton. Jr. 
Stephen Carter Parham 
Rachel Hamilton Parker 
Frances Elizabeth Patton 
Rodney Eric Phillips 
Robert Michael Regan. Jr. 
Franklin Thomas Roberts 
Catherine Lynn Robinson 
Eugene Rossitch, Jr. 
Barry Ferguson Saunders 
Elizabeth Gaines Schofield 
Frances Jane Seymour 
Timothy Joseph Sheehy 
Taylor Howard Smisson 
James Brundin Snider 
Warren Michael Sobol 
Jennifer Lynn Steinbrenner 
Stacy Elizabeth Stubbs 
Richard Green Terrell 
David John Vandenbergh 
Vanessa Lynn Washington 
Richard Byron Whisnant 
Richard Algernon Melville Williams 
Ernest Arnold Youhouse. Jr. 



CLASS OF 1 982 

Elbert Lee Avery 

Jack McFaddin Barker. Jr. 

Jacqueline Mane Blount 

William Clayton Bordley 

William Arthur Branner 

Peter Francis Breakey 

Allen Curtis Brotherton 

Kevin Rene Bruce 

Charles Alan Bryan 

Elizabeth Marie Bryant 

Richard William Burniske, Jr. 

Mary Merwin Camp 

Robert Law Child 

Lee Andrew Clark III 

Charles Neal Coker 

Thomas Vincent Daily 

William Matthew Detmer 

Robert Carter Divine 

Lesa Jane Edwards 

John Eric Elliott 

Dominic Lawrence Charlesworth Fry 

Charles Lothrop Gardiner 

Jeffrey Eugene Gray 

Kelvin Crews Harris 

Tracy D. Hill 

Kraig Jarrett Holt 

Thomas Antony Jessiman 

Jeffrey Scott Koeze 

Evelyn Ruth Leaver 

Sonja Lynn McCarter 

Christopher Clark Mclsaac 

Peter Glyn Charteris Mallinson 

Edwin Hugh Martin. Jr. 

Beverly Doreen Matthews 

Martha Agnew Mattingly 

Geoffrey Hugh Chalfant Mock 

Thomas Cornelius Monroe III 

Nicholas Edward Morrison 

Donald William John Munro 

William James Murphy 

Mary Lucille Piccirillo 

Genie Adele Pridgen 

Edward John Rak. Jr. 

William Andrew Hamilton Rhodes 

Lauren Elizabeth Richards 

Michael Sheldon Richardson 

Mary Elizabeth Searle 

Eric David Shimabukuro 

Timothy Marcus Smith 

Jefferson Maurice Sommers 

Frank Clark Spencer 

Clive Adrian Stafford-Smith 

Hale Hampton Stephenson 

Patricia Alison Timko 

Robert Rand Tucker 

Joni Lynn Walser 

Jennifer Darrow Watson 

Sheila Helen Whitfield 

David Gareth Winfield 

Warren Earle Wise 

Cary Eugene Wolfe 



FELLOWSHIPS 



BUSINESS SCHOOL 

Jayne McGuire Booker 
Roderick Potter Duell 
Alyce Patterson Parker 
Frances Dudley Stewart 
David Knox Tinkler 
Joseph Leon Turner 

DENTAL SCHOOL 

Dr. Carol Drinkard 

Dr. David Earl Frost 

Dr. James Bruce McLain 

Dr. Frederick Lee Nance III 

Dr. Joseph Richard Steedle 

GRADUATE SCHOOL 

Mary Beth Humphrey Broom 
James Elmer Corter 
Patrick Bruce Duncan 
Eric Lee Hyman 
Edward Martin Kober 
Patrick David Lamb 
Richard Elmer Lenski 
Victoria Bozzola Lewis 
JoAnn Luehring 
Emiily Stough Murphree 
Donald MacDavid Telle 
Rodney Robert Walters 

LAW SCHOOL 

Aleta Marie Bonini 
Nancy Marie King 
Francis William Lachance 
James Michael Lane 
William Gordon Leonard 
Penni Leigh Pearson 
Gregory Douglas Porter 
Jonathan Drew Sasser 
Donnell Van Noppen III 

MEDICAL SCHOOL 

John Stewart Adams 
Stephanie Rae Bennett 
Scott Allen Boone 
Barry Shelton Dicicco 
Stanley Spencer Hamaker 
Richard Mack Harrell 
Constance Mary Kalinowski 
Kathi Jill Kemper 
Peter Tomaz Remec 
Robert Alan Scarr 
George David Zoret 

PLANETARIUM INTERNS 

Patricia Anne Madison 
Robert Daniel VanGundy 






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JAMES M. JOHNSTON 
UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARS 



G, Norman Acker Itt 
Charles Martin Adcock 
Mary Elizabeth Allen 
Michael Callais Allen 
Thomas Peoples Allred 
David Eugene Annas 
Nathaniel Terl Austin 
Caria Diane Bagley 
Laura Denise Baier 
Rebecca Nan Bailey 
Karen Lynn Barber 
Susan Elizabeth Barnes 
Sheri Ruth Bates 
Joyce Elaine Beal 
Dorene Lanette Bigelow 
John Ray Black 
Billie Dale Blackman 
Sara Charlene Boykin 
John Earl Brady 
Mary Anne Braunsdorf 
Duane David Bronson 
Edna Christean Brown 
Randy Wilton Brown 
Sherry Devonne Brown 
Jill Adelia Bryan 
Suzanne Mitchell Bulla 
Tammy Jeannine Bunn 
Glenn Inoue Burgess 
John Anthony Byrd 
Charles William Caldwell 
Malvina Lourdes Camejo 
Rene Dominique Caputo 
Rosemary Eileen Carbery 
Larry Charles Carpenter 
Betty Ruth Carter 
Jane Elma Carter 
Sam Edward Chandler, Jr, 
Gary Allen Childers 
Amanda Jayne Clamp 
Eileen Patricia Clark 
Leigh Ellen Clawson 
Tamela Gay Clayton 
Amy Lou Clifton 
Rebel Allen Cole 
Alyson Ann Corcoran 
Judie Lynne Covington 
Douglas Eugene Cov\/an 
Kimberly Sue Cox 
Janet Marie Cress 
Berryman Theaudore Cudd 
Billy Gray Culbertson II 
Eula Mae Daniel 



Ruth Lynne Daniel 
John William Davis 
Steven Lee Deal 
Paul Douglas Deane 
Jody Marie Dietrich 
Walter Charles Dietrich 
Pamela Sharee Dockery 
Karol Idell Doster 
Jeffrey Jerome Douthit 
Mary Moses Dresser 
Sherry Michelle Dudley 
Melissa Gay Eanes 
Karen Leigh Easter 
Mary Ellen Edwands 
Sharon Luann Edwards 
Cheryl Lynn Eldridge 
Terri Lane Ellis 
Darrell Ray Ertzberger 
Deborah Jo Farmer 
Patncia Ann Ferrell 
David Wayne Fisher 
Elizabeth Kay Fortune 
Denise Laraine Fox 
Elizabeth Dawn Fulbright 
Lawrence Edward Gates 
Thomas Clayton Gemmer 
Yvonne Gillikin 
Janice Catherine Goss 
Patricia Catherine Gossett 
Mark Stewart Graham 
Craig Michael Greven 
Andrea Kay Grinbergs 
Christopher Robert Gurley 
Mary Kathryn Haggins 
Craig Edwin Hahn 
Kathy Louise Hamilton 
Pamela Gayle Hanna 
Bette Walden Hardwick 
Sharon Leigh Harmon 
Kathleen Gay Harris 
Belinda Gail Hastings 
Sandra Lynn Hayes 
Donna Charlotte Heavener 
Bruce Douglas Henderson 
Eric Hendrickson 
Misti LaDonna Henessee 
Lilo Alfreida Hester 
Sharon Ann Hice 
William Thomas Night III 
Rita Tony Hill 
Ann Farrington Holmes 
Jacqueline Holmes 



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Michael Eric Hopper 
Diane Carol Hudson 
Ronald Carlisle Hudson 
Winifred Ceinwen Hughes 
Gregory Alan Huskey 
Lynn Marie Her 
Janet Johnson 
Jennifer Mary Johnson 

Jennifer Michelle Johnson 
Susan Ramona Johnson 

Margaret Mary Jones 

Paul Thomas Jones 

Randall Dean Jones 

Sherry Elaine Jones 

Vicki Renee Jones 

Brenda Lynn Jorgensen 

Stuart Solly Kaleel 

Bradley Stephen Kintner 

Lois Ann Knauff 

Gregory Leon Knight 

Claudia Colleen Kondratick 

Timothy Earle Krantz 

Theodore Kenneth Kyle 

Paul Boezi Langford 

Heidi Anke l_awton 

Heidi Ann Leverenz 

Laura Lynn Logan 

Chen Lynn Lovell 

Tammy Lynn Lum 

Sandra Marie MacDonald 

Kathrine Elizabeth MacKinnon 

CanDl Lynn Maple 

Jan Allen Marks 

Brian Thomas Marley 

Gail Ann Martin 
Gregory Monroe Martin 
Jeffrey Todd Martin 
Jeanne Wilson Mask 
Charlene Magaki Mason 
Joann Theresa Matone 
William Henry Matthews 
Kelly Raye Mays 
Patricia Ann McCracken 
Mary Lynn McKeel 
John Timothy McKenzie 
Rickye Ann McKoy 
Carley Bartley McLean 
Pauline McNeill 
Bryant Hiller Mende 
Deborah Gail Memtt 
Theodore Michie 
Michael Ray Miller 



Suzanne Mallory Mitchell 
Debra Anne Mooney 
Wistar Moore. Ill 
Elizabeth Elaine Moose 
Stephen Derek Morgan 
Anne Victoria Moriarty 
Harriett Elizabeth Morrison 
David Randall Moser 
Jennifer Louise Murphy 
Noreen Mary Murphy 
Lesley Louise Myers 
Carolyn Beth Nailor 
Margery Ellen Nailor 
Charles Frederick Nash 
Lou Reisa Neal 
David Latta Neel 
Sally Jean Newbold 
Michele Nevvton 
Martha Ann Noble 
Susan Elaine Norman 
James Evans North M 
John Joseph O'Connor III 
Chrisann Ohier 
Dan Freeman Oldham 
David Keith Orren 
Patricia Elaine Owens 
Williams Lee Owens 
Robert Anthony Patterson 
Tanya Ann Peeler 
Patricia Lee Perez 
Jean Mane Perry 
Phyllis Beatrice Pickett 
William Bunn Pierce, Jr. 
Nicky Lynn Pipkin 
Sambra Jane Pittard 
Randall Brook Pridgen 
Novie Beth Ragan 
Andrea Lynn Reep 
Dana Powers Reinhold 
Daniel Earl Richardson. Jr. 
Michael Anthony Riddle 
Deborah Ruth Ritchie 
Jeffrey Neil Robinson 
Susan Louise Rowe 
Susan Nell Rowe 
Leonard Arnet Rowland 
Roby Blake Sawyers 
Reginald Lee Schloss 
Scott George Schoedler 
Debra Sue Shaw 
Susan Tamela Shearer 
iris Jo Sheehan 



Michael Talmadge Shumate 
James Alan Sigmon 
Gary Gene Smalley 
Constance Joye Smith 
Mark Odell Smith 
Phillip Ray Smith 
Randy Dean Smith 
Teresa Dawn Smith 
Deborah Anita Snipes 
Mary Lou Sparrow 
Agnes Mane Speight 
Louise Crosby Spieler 
Angela Jolene Stanley 
Karen Jeanne Stark 
Carole Joyce Stemkowski 
David Andrew Stephenson 
Susan Elaine Strayhorn 
Isabel Marie Sykes 
Alan Ray Taylor 
Michael Keith Taylor 
Tammie Lynn Taylor 
Paul Eric Teske 
Cynthia Lea Thompson 
William David Thurman 
Gerald Anthony Tingen 
Wanda Kay Wade 
James Phillip Walker II 
Martha Ellen Walker 
Anna Katharine Watson 
Dianne Carole Watson 
Robert Anthony Wease 
Catherine Jean Weaver 
Barbareta Anita Welch 
James Peter Wheeler 
Ernest Edwin White 
Sheila Lanina Whitehead 
Susan Claire Whitley 
Jeffrey Carl Whittington 
Thomas Barnes Wiggins 
Ellen Mane Willard 
Gregory Devon Williams 
Elizabeth Nanette Wilson 
Demetta Lenee Witherspoon 
Stacey Allen Wood. Jr. 
John David Woodruff, Jr. 
William Sidney Yarnell 
Mitzi York 
Thomas John Zuber 



501 




JAMES M. JOHNSTON 
NURSING SCHOLARS 




Jenifer Lee AmIIng 

Marianne Judith Bab 

Sandra Bradley Baden 

Cheryl Ann Banks 

Ellen Jane Barbour 

Janet Lynn Baumheckel 

Carolyn Veronica Billings 

Kathryn Hurliman Bland 

Laura Jane Blue 

Wanda Joy Brewer 

Helen Alexandria Bridges 

Alma Kay Bullock 

Denise Elaine Byrd 

Deena Kay Cain 

Janet Lynn Campbell 

Janet Kathleen Chilcote 

Marion Holmes Cobb 

Marsha Hope Coggins 

Cheryl Lynn Colemian 

Lisa Jean Covington 

Debra Jane Craft 

Marie Elaine Crooke 

Darise Bryn Daves 

Virginia Sharon Davis 

Wanda Ellen Dennis 

Joan Patricia Dermiody 

Rebecca Atkins Dodson 

Marian Elaine Dorsey 

Debbie Lynn Elliott 

Doris Crews Elliott 

Elizabeth Ellis 

Miriam Eddins Fahrer 

Pam Hirst Falls 

Shotsy Charlotte Faust 

Bonnie Jane Fields 

Ina Meredith Friediman 

Kathleen Patrice Gallagher 

Carrie Goodman Gallimore 

Betsy Bea Gaskins 

Gwendolyn Gillis 

Penny Lynn Gordon 

Barbara Rousseau Gregory 

Mary Ann Grotland 

Deborah Oliver Harmion 

Beverly Jean Harrell 

Julia Ann Hayes 

Leslie Carolyn Hicks 

Valerie Lynne Hicks 

Hilda Gates Holloway 

Susan Baker Holt 



Karen Mane Hosack 
La-Nell Renee Howard 
Theresa Diane Jenkins 
Gail Marilyn Jens 
Jean Leichty Jordan 
Brenda Lynn Jorgensen 
Kathryn Larnell King 
Mark Edvyin Kroeger 
Pamela Lynn Lader 
Jean Marie Larson 
Deborah Ann Lekan 
Amianda Lynn Matthews 
Laura Elizabeth McGeachy 
Janet Rebecca Meckler 
Kathryn Suzanne Miller 
Janice Marie Morgan 
Rosalie Jane Morss 
Arlene Murray 
Shelia Elaine Murray 
Rebecca Lee Olson 
Cheryll Elaine Perry 
Anita Catherine Petrucci 
Mark Steven Philbrick 
Denise Spell Pottorff 
Lois Marie Richards 
Kendace Felgar Sanders 
Sherilyn Santaw 
Daniel W. Sasser. Jr. 
Ellen Maria Saunders 
Yolanda Valjene Scarlett 
Cynthia Jane Schmidt 
Charles Edward Shunior 
Mary Weikle Schweppe 
Gail Rhodes Shue 
Donna Renee Sink 
Melody Faye Slaughter 
Sandra Kay Sleeiman 
Rosemary Lou Smith 
Cindy Beth Stout 
Christine Gale Strickland 
Syvil Larita Summers 
Carolyn Sue Underv^ood 
Ella Cole Vanderhorst 
Mary Ellen Wehrle 
Amy Elizabeth Whitley 
Lou Ann Wilkinson 
Joan Williams 
Spring O'Kelly Williams 
Edith Juanita Wright 



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DISTINGUISHED 

UNIVERSITY 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

established by special friends of the University 




ALSTON-PLEASANTS 

Richard Peter Blankenship 
William Otha Galloway 
Sherry Bernice Hinnant 
Carl Preston Simmons 
W/illiam Gregory Tripp 
Anna Frances Wood 



J D S ELIZABETH 
BLANCHARD 

Marianne Kathenne Chomen 
Kenneth Raynor Ellington 
Alfred Paul Leroy 
Martin Paul Trimble 



MARK R BRASWELL 

Mark Douglas Bardill 
Edna Earle Denton 
Fannie Gail Harmon 
Johanna Lynn Lancaster 
Charles William Mason, jr 
Robin Anne Perkins 
Sandra Kay Robinson 
Gigi Anne Strunk 
Charles Patrick Warren 



JDSEPHUS DANIELS 

Dennis Christopher Goss 
Rhonda Kaye Hardee 
James Randy Hedgepeth 
John Jackson Wells 



HERBERT W JACKSON 

Sharon Lynn Clarke 
Myra Susan Creed 
Stephen Brian Irvin 
David Alan Jarrett 
Ricky Eugene Stallings 



ELIZABETH KLINE JORDAN 

Timothy Paul Beane 
Cynthia Rebecca Deal 
Elizabeth Ann Huskey 
James David Mauldin 
Milton Barry Randall 



MARVIN B SMITH 

Marty Graylynn Belle 
Jimmy Keith Breedlove 
Sue Ann Cunningham 
Susan Ann Gibby 
Steve O'Neal Harrison 
Alexander Blucher Howard. Jr, 
Douglas Carlton Johnson 
Benjamin Lawrence Maddrey 
Karen Gaye Odom 
Jeffrey Franklin Price 
Daniel Owen Shackelford 
Thomas Wayne White 



WILLIAM A WHITAKER 

Shan Lynn Alford 
Elizabeth Mary Atwood 
Gregory Lynn Barrier 
Phillip D Bebber 
Rhonda Vinetta Bennett 
Brockett Thomas Braswell 
Linda Mane Bray 
Peggy Joyce Brotherton 
Charles Francis Carpenter 
Teresa Kay Clomnger 
Leiia Jeanette Cornatzer 
Kim Rennee Curry 
Susan Page Davis 
Anne Mane Dodd 
Parker Bennett Dodd 
Michael Hilton Ellis 
Elizabeth Ann Ewing 
Patricia Margaret Fowler 
Derek Trowbridge Frost 
Steven Wayne Galyon 
Sheila Diane Goodwin 
Kimberly Ann Haas 
Glenda Lee Harbin 
Kathryn Kimberly Hardison 
Gloria Elaine Hargett 
Jeffrey Scott Heier 
Kirk Stephen Holston 
Julie Annette Hopkins 



Barbara Ann Huffman 
Charles Allen Jacobs fll 
Joy Elizabeth Justus 
Jerre Lynn Kennedy 
Paul Marshall Kester 
Jacqueline Kay Kimbro 
Gwendolyn Kaye Lancaster 
Richard Sommervil Lee 
Rodney Owen Lowery 
George Lloyd Malpass 
Michael Scott McDade 
Linda Ann McSpadden 
Martha Helen Measamer 
Gerald Scott Melton 
Freeman Layuars Moore 
Tammy Allison Morgan 
James Bradley Moser 
Vickie Louise Mull 
Michael James Mullen 
Rhea Michelle Owens 
Leslie Kathryn Painter 
Tamara Diane Patterson 
Debra Ann Phifer 
Orven Russell Phipps 
John David Powell II 
Jennifer Rueann Price 
Lynn Allis Remick 
Chene Ellilee Rigsbee 
Barry Joel Roach 
Nancy Dotson Sackett 
Cynthia Lee Seagroves 
Cheryl Jaye Smith 
Kimberly Diane Smith 
Linda Constance Smith 
Terry Claude Steelman 
Karl Montague Terrell 
Davis Leon Thompson, Jr 
Jo Ann H Venable 
Sherry Faye Vestal 
Diane Louise Whicesell 
Charlene Elizabeth Williams 
Ronald Jackson Winstead 
Lee Talton Younts 



HERBERT DALE S 
MAYMIE CARTER PEGG 

George William Kircher. Jr 

Jeffrey Louise Leal 
Amanda Leigh Sink 



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RHD CHI 



William John Bicket II. President 
Molly Preston Ingram, Vice-President 
Kimiberly Ann Haas. Secretary-Treasurer 
Barbara Martin Stone, Historian 



The fundamental objective of Rho Chi is to promote the 
advancement of the pharmaceutical sciences through the 
encouragemient and recognition of sound scholarship. Rho 
ChF also seeks to increase public awareness of the ethical 
and social responsibilities of the profession. 



William Leroy Bass, Jr, 
Detra Dawn Beck 
Susan Dianne Bnttinghami 
Dennis Nelson Casey 
Joann Caudill 
Edwin Reid Costner 
Leesa Dianne Furniss 
Tony Curtis Gurley 
Jody Anne Hicks 
Beverly Jean Hclcombe 
Hugh Kenneth Idol 
Carmen Davis Isenhower 
Theodor Kenneth Kyle 
Kenneth Samiuel Latta 
Richard Sommierville Lee 
Ellen Agatha Leitinger 
Charise Ann Lowery 
Carol Lynn Maple 
Carrilea Sander McCauley 
Jane Leslie Miller 
Peggy Lee Morgan 
Richard Allen Perkins 
Susan Dawn Plyter 
Jane Ellen Powers 
Billy Lee Price, Jr. 
Gregory Lee Southern 
Jacqueline Alex Touloupas 
Jeffery Paul Tugwell 
Diane Louise Whitesell 



INITIATES 

Janet Lynn Alexander 
Michael Callais Allen 
Edwin Lyon Ball, Jr. 
Joni I, Berry 
Kathleen Irene Cahill 
Sarah Key Clark 
Gregory A. Conway 
David Ralph Coppala 
Danny R. Dalton 
Benjamin Scott Dinkins 
Herbert H. Farrish 
Patricia Ann Ferrell 
Sarah Lipscomib Fesperman 
Janice Catherine Goss 
Karen Knox Hayes 
Maria Rene Hersh 
Rita Tony Hill 
Benjamin M. Holder. Jr. 
Cynthia Lynn Hoover 
Laura Christine Jordan 
Kathryn Kemp 
Earl Wendell Key, Jr. 
Robin Annette Kluttz 
Winston Earl Lane III 
Earle W. Lingle 
Patsy Elizabeth Millar 
Gail Cecilia Molic 
Donna Taylor Moseley 
Gregory Rice 
Hani M. Sadek 
Susan Cronin Scott 
Georganne Sebastian 
Mary Claire Sherrill 
Joey Kent Sigmon 
Paul R. Webster 
Wallace L- Williams 



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ALPHA EPSILDN DELTA 

Albert James Osbahr III. President 

Milton Barry Randall. Vice-President 

Charles Stephen Stinson. Secretary 

Ronald Paul Hargrave. Treasurer 

Diane Carolyn Crumpler. Historian 

Maunce Francis Dana. Scalpel Reporter 



Byron Clifford Abels. Jr. 
Charles Martin Adcock 
Sally Patricia Agner 
Deborah Anne Algranti 
Dana Mark Allen 
Eric Wayne Beck 
Mark C. Beck 
JameB Andrew Bell III 
Jeffery David Billings 
Robert Dean Blackwell 
Andrew Steven Blum 
Charles Edward Bogle III 
Robert Griffin Brame. Jr. 
Stephen Grant Brantley 
Powell Hams Brown 
Anthony Glenn Carraway 
Donald Wayne Carnnger 
William Cavanaug Chapman 
Bryan Dee Cobb 
Frederic Jack Col, Jr. 
Bradford Scott Collins 
Buel Slater Combs 
Ronald Wade Cottle 
Fred Durham Crisp III 
Diane Carolyn Crumpler 
Maunce Francis Dana 
Larry Steve Davidson 
Gary Mark Davis 
George John Demetri, Jr. 
Phillip Shendan Dickey 
Melissa Gay Eanes 
Bennie Lea Eure 
Donna Sue Fargis 
Elizabeth Carlene Ferrell 
Jon Wallace Floyd 
Denise Laraine Fox 
David Donald Fraser 
Ray Michael Freeman 
Roy Paul Gallinger 
Herbert Gaston Garrison 
Robert Nevill Gates 
Sonja Lynn Girard 
Paula Elisa Gizzie 
Michael Seth Glock 
Michael Robert Goodman 
Sandra Ann Gorny 
Timothy James Hall 
Michael Anthony Hamilton 
Ronda Kaye Hardee 
James Joseph Hardy 
Ronald Paul Hargrave 
Helen Easter Harmon 
Stephen Davis Harris 
Mark Maxfield Hillsgrove 
Rhonda Gail Hokum 
Benjamin M. Holder. Jr. 
Michael David Holesh 
Thomas Titus Hunter 
Mark Edward Hyman 
Paul Arthur James 



Joy Darlene Jester 
Royal Garfield Johnson 
Patricia Ann Johnson 
Gary Cristopher Jones 
Matthew Steven Karres 
Eileen Ann Kelley 
Susan Ann Kidwell 
James Donald Kinard 
Lois Ann Knauff 
Christopher Georg KoeppI 
Jonathan Meigs Kurie 
James Duncan Ladd 
Stephen Alan Landers 
Peter John Larson 
Richard Sommierville Lee 
Gerald Craig Lynch 
Jeffrey Todd Martin 
Robert Wilson McMurray 
William Kenneth Morgan. Jr. 
Joseph Royal Newton. Jr. 
Albert James Osbahr III 
Catherine A, Page 
Gregoi-y Scott Pape 
Nicky Lynn Pipkin 
Milton Barry Randall 
Joel Adam Rubenstein 
Alexandra Catherine Sakata 
Paul William Sasser 
Mary Alison Saunders 
Walter William Schroeder 
Debra Sue Shaw 
Anna Maria Siega-Riz 
Cathy Marie Soldato 
Deborah Sara Stadiem 
Paul Edward Stang 
Thomas Joseph Stevens 
Charles Stephen Stinson 
Paul Boksuk Suh 
Joyce Ennquez Sumpio 
Scott Eugene Taylor 
Adam Tredwell Thorp 
Gregony Alan Underwood 
Robert Alan Wainer 
Catherine Ann Watkins 
Eric Jaimes Watson 
Benjamin Alexander White 
Kenneth Samuel White 
Patricia Lynn Whitesell 
Robert Earl Wiggins 
Robert Kirk Wilkie 
Robert Arthur Willis 
Robert Wayne Wilson 
Keith Allen Wing 
James Alan Wolfe 
William Stuart Wood. Jr. 
Stacey Allen Wood, Jr. 
Pamela Ann Woodall 
Michael Nakhleh Zarzar 
Carol Lynne Zoret 



Alpha Epsilon Delta is an international 
pre-medical. pre-dental honor society. Founded in 
1 93B. the society conducts regular programs, 
extra-curncular activities and service projects 
designed to aid students m the pursuit of health 
careers. 




SOS 



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ALPHA CHI SIGMA 



Elizabeth L, Moore. Master Alchemist 

Powel H. Brown, Vice Master Alchemist 

Demise L, Fox, Master of Ceremonies 

David Donald Fraser, Treasurer 

Catherine Ann Watkins, Recorder 

Elizabeth Turner Bell, Reporter 

Barbara Elizabeth Moriarty, Alumni Secretary 

Lisa Amianda Smith, Academic Chairperson 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 







Charles Howard Ballow 

Karen Anita Bowks 

Sharon L. Bumgarner 

Jeffrey Mark Cheek 

Doris Chin 

Leigh Clawson 

Phyllis Ann Clawson 

Walter Arthur Cooper III 

Hiawatha Cornell Demby 

George Steven Felts 

Jeffrey Paul Fenyues 

Michael Andrew Freeman 

Deborah Lynn Garrett 

Paula Elisa Gizzie 

Jeffrey Harper Glans 

Williami L, Grady 

Michael J, Greene 

James Boyd Groce III 

Ronald Paul Hargrave 

John Alfred Harrelson 

Cheryl Ann Homzak 

Susan Ann Kidwell 

Anne Catherine Lynn 

Janet Marshall 

Danita Christine McAllister 

Janet Lynn McCauley 

David Stev^art Morrison 

Stephen Frederick Nordman 

Benny Dale Potter 

Rathbun Kendrick Rhodes 

Julia Leigh Sink 

Bryan W. Smith 

Lisa Amanda Smith 

Leon Eugene Stockton 

David R. Wagoner 

Lynne Elizabeth Wagoner 

John Michael Werdel 

Jaimes Spencer Wilkinson 

Elmer C Womiack, Jr. 

Kathy Lynne Wyrick 

FACULTY 

Richard P, Buck. SIGMA "77 

Maurice M, Bursey, RHO '&~7 

James L. Coke, BETA BETA '54 

Henry H. Dearman, RHO "54 

Thomas L. Isenhour, RHO '5B 

John H. Harrison. BETA THETA "SB 

Donald C, Jicha. RHO 'B1 

Paul J. Kropp. ALPHA BO 

William F. Little, RHO '51 

J.C Morrow III, RHO 'A3 

Royce Murray, UPSILON '5B 



Alpha Chi Sigmia is a professional fraternity for students in the 
field of chemistry. Founded in 1912. Rho Chapter conducts 
programs of university and commiunity service, extracurricular 
activities, and fraternal programs. The objectives include 
fnendship. advancemient of chemistry, and aiding all miembers 
in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists. 



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GAMMA BETA EPSILON 



Christopher Miller Hutchins. Zeus 

Catherine Kent Patteson. Pandora 

Roderick Dhue Adams. Bacchus 

Laura Egerton Baldwin 

Melanie Anne Calvert 

Thomas Clairborne Creasy 

Laura Parsley Doss 

Clyde Finter Ensslin 

Margaret Bruce Foerster 

Mary Elizabeth Froelich 

Laura Pinner Graham 

Frank Philip Hamilton 

James Archibald Hardison 

Sean Christopher Kelly 

Louis Bruce Matthai 

Thomas Chester McCanty 

John Cooper Osborne 

Lewis Courtland Pully 

William Hoit Rogers 

Eleanor Cushing Ross 

Jane Covington Stafford 

Gamma Beta Epsilon is a secret honorary 
society whose members are careful not to 
reveal anything about their organization or 
Its purpose. 




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WILLIE PERSON 

MANGUM MEDAL 

IN ORATORY 



Lisa Gale Haneline 

"Cancer; Everyone Should be Interested 

and informed" 



FINALISTS 

Stacey Lorraine Cox 
"The Need for Preserving our Heritage" 

Barbara Ann Heibel 
"The Health Care Crisis" 

James Williami Huneycutt 
"Maurice: The Boy Who Got Ahead" 

Mark Joel Kogan 
"Saccharin: The Politics of Cancer" 

Charles Thomas Preston, Jr, 

"The Vietnamese Boat People: 

An American Responsibility" 

Francis Craig Willis 
■"The Imiportance of Idealism" 



The Willie Person Mangumi Medal in Oratory, the oldest 

and one of the most prestigious awards given at the 
University, was first awarded in 1 B~7S by the daughters 
of Willie P. Mangum, Class of 1 81 5. Mangum was a U.S. 
Senator from North Carolina for over thirty years, The 

miedal is presented annually by the Dialectic and 
Philanthropic Societies to the member of the graduating 
class giving the best oration, in the opinion of a selected 
group of judges, on a serious, relevant topic. Past winners 
of the medal include Governor Charles B. Aycock, UNC 
Presidents Frank Porter Graham and Edv\/in Alderman, 
Congressman L.H. Fountain, and newsmian Charles Kuralt, 






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SCABBARD AND BLADE 

Major Henry Wayne Gardner. USMC — Advisor 

Midshipman Robert Lorenzo Boggs. Jr. 

Midshipman Tiimothy Vernon Fulton 

Midshipman William Edward Hams 

Midshipman Gregory Alan Huskey 

Midshipman William Lander Lawing 

Midshipman Thomas Dwain Madison 

Midshipman Many Patricia McCaffrey 

Midshipman Alden Dean Pntchard 

Midshipman James Mintz Provo 

Midshipman Mark Bradley Steelman 

Midshipman Charles Glenn Summers 

Midshipman Linwood Graham \A/alton. Jr. 

Ensign Carey Randolf Warren, USN 

Midshipman Frances Barbara Wolf 

The National Society of Scabbard and Blade was 

founded in 1 304 to develop and honor the 

essential qualities of good officers leadership. 

patriotism, efficiency, loyalty, obedience, courage. 

and good fellowship. 





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CANADIAN CLUB 
SYMPOSIUM 



I would to heaven that I were 30 much clay, 

As I am blood, bone, marrow, passion, feeling — 

Because at least the past were pass'd away — 
And for the future — Cbut I write this reeling. 

Having got drunk exceedingly to-day. 

So that I seem to stand upon the ceiling) 

I say — the future is a serious matter — 

And so — for God"s sake — hock and soda water! 

— Lord Byron 



Brutis 

Janice Lynne Edmiston 

Robert Louis Rosiello 

Michael Joseph Carroll 

Edith Ann Cecil 

Maryle Davs/ 

Robert Nevill Gates 

Brian MacDonald Goray 

Daniel Francis Heneghan 

Eva Jeannette Heyward 

Bess Cherry Hill 

Gary Durward Jones 

Vicki Lynn Marmarose 

Elizabeth Short Mathiasen 

Robert Timothy McMains 

Stephen Graham Nathan Mendel 

Alan Stewart Murray 

Mary Chaffin Powell 

Walton Harrison Reeves 

Manley Woolfolk Roberts 

Samuel Thomas Sockwell 

Katie Marie Ziglar 

SYMPOSIUM: A convivial meeting for 
drinking, music and intellectual 
conversation, common among the 
Greeks [and Independents). 






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SOCIETY FOR THE 

PRESERVATION OF 

BUCK TAYLOR'S 

MUTTON AND SHOATS 

"(Insist upon) the Golden Mean of fat along with the lean /■ 

Major Pleasant Henderson 

David Gray Townsend. Chief Chitterling 

W. Montgomery Warterfield, Sows Ear 

Clyde Finter Ensslin. Silk Purser 

THE GROANING BORED 

Roderick Dhue Adams. Jr 

Douglas Bryson Brannon 

Frank Philip Hamilton 

James A- Hardison III 

Christopher Miller Hutchins 

Louis Bruce Matthai 

George Motier Maxwell, Jr 

Thomas Chester McCarty 

Roger Moore Meyland 

John Cooper Osborne 

Lewis Courtland Pully 

Frank Douglas Stem 

FOOLS 

Jerry Mills 

Townie Ludington 

The Society is devoted to the 

memory of John "Buck" Taylor, 

the first Steward of the University 

of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 

"I shall have but littel to do next year, 

and I want to be doing something, as I 

have don nothing sence I have beene here," 

— Buck Taylor 




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BETA GAMMA SIGMA 



Bruce V. Benatar. President 
Kenneth R. Crockett. Vice-President 
Marvin L. Eason. Sergeant-At-Arms 



Meredith Lucile Albright 
Morris Leo Benatar 
William Hardy Bryan 
Stephen Timothy Byrd 
Debra Susan Everton 
Thad Harrison Faison 
Barry Dean Mann 
Suzanne Marie Mullaney 
Karen Gaye Odom 
Frederick Oscar Palmdahl 
Gary Wilton Parr 
Barry Lee Pope 
Kenneth Ray Raynor 
Sherry Lee Reynolds 
Denise Bunn Rock 
Deborah Anita Snipes 
Kathy Ann Stanley 
Julie Beth Ungen 
Michael Keith \A/addell 
Robert Leon Watson 
Nancy Baldwin Williams 
Eugenia Lee Young 



MBAs 

Edward Vermont Blanchard 
Paul Milton Currie 
Steven Mark Davis 
Julius Alfred Gnsette 
Christine Hale 
Eric Randall Johnson 
William Alan Jolly 
Deborah Simmons Kolb 
Paul Robert Lewis 
Charles Edward Lovelace 
John German Mencke 
Janet Davis Noblitt 
Steven Henry Tulsky 
Joseph Leon Turner 
Jeffrey Dickson Whitlatch 
Adnan John Wood 



INITIATES 

John Arthur Baccich 
Philip Flayderman Blumberg 
Harriett Lynn Boyette 
John Earl Brady 
Robert Eastlake Brymer 
Harry Worthley Burke, Jr. 
Kenneth Lee Carter. Jr. 
Nancy Lynn Cook 
Rosemiary Godwin 
Jennie Donnell Graham 
William aim Green 
Sharon Lynn Hasty 
Katrine Karriker Holshouser 
Daniel Thomas Jones 
Claudia Colleen Kondratick 
Karen Patricia Lamimey 
Laura Elizabeth Logan 
Mary Lucinda Love 
Jon Mac Martin 
Jonathan Gregory McKenzie 
James Lee Merritt 
Michael Reid Miles 
Virginia Arlene Newman 
William Burt Philips 
Laura Jean Pistole 
Alice Barbara Rapoport 
Alan Harrison Ruimph 
Ralph Moore Rutledge 
Morris William Samet 
Douglas Alan Shackleford 
Charles Martin Sowers 
Randal Jeneil Stewart 
Frank Samuel Stubblefield 
Cantey Venable Sutton 
Jerry Ellison Vest 
James Phillip Walker III 
Timothy David Ware 
Sherry Leigh Wooten 



MBA's 

Eric James Cantor 
William Francis Edridge 
Donna Williams McGinnis 
Thomias Morgan III 
Patricia Lee Phillips 
Jeffrey Charles Wharton 



The purposes of Beta Gamma Sigma are to encourage 
and reward scholarship and accomplishment among 
students of Business and Administration, to promiote the 
advancement of education in the art and science of 
business, and to foster integrity in the conduct of 
business operations. 



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Greg Abashian; BS. Math 
Jim Abbott: BS. Bus Admin- 
Rebecca Abemethy; es. Biology 
Lynne Absher; BA, Psychology 
Beth Adams; BA. Am. Stud. & Eng 
Leslie Adler. BA. Physics 
Robin Aldrjdge. BS, Bus. Admin. 
Stephanie Alexander; BA. Phys. Ed. 



Kathy Aiford: BA. Economics 
Deborah Atgranti; BA. Chemistry 

Sill Allen, BA, Journalism 
Bonnie Allen; BS. Pharmacy 
John Allen; BS, Bus. Admin. 
Kathleen Allen; BA. Am. Studies 
Tonya Allen; BA. Poll. Sci. 
Warren Allen; BA. Interdisp. Stud 



Tom Allred; BS. Zoology 
Caroline Allured; BFA. Dramatic Arts 
Valarie Alston; BS. Bus. Admin 
Dale Alton; BA. Pec. Admin. 
Mark Anderson; BS. Biology 
Mary Anderson; BA, Psychology 
Randy Anderson; BA. Zoology 
Cindy Andes; BS. Nursing 



Cynthia Angermeier; BS. Dental Hygiene 
Debra Annas: BA. Biology 
Zana Arab: BA. Poll. Sci. 
John Aragon: BA. Psychology 
Gary Armistead: BA. Health Admin. 
Robin Armstrong: BA. Education 
Judith Arnold: BA. Speech Comm 
Thomas Arnold; BS, Ind. Rel.iPsych 



Janet Arthurs; BS. Nursing 
Suzanne Ashburn, BS, Biology 
Elizabeth Atkinson; BA. Economics 
James Atkinson; BS. Ind. Relations 
Marguerite Attkisson. BS. Dental Hygiene 
Julie Atwood. BA. PqH. Sci 
Ralph Aubry. BA. Zoology 
Olive Auger; BA. RJVMP 



Craig Autry, BS, Business 

Sharon Avery; BA. Hist.lAfo. Am Stud 

Marianne Bab: BS. Nursing 

Jack Bacot; BA. Speech 

Edward Badgett: BA. English 

Bruce Baer; BS. Business 

William Bagley; BA. RTVMP 

Jane Bailey; BS. Phys. Ed. 



Josephine Baker; BA. Psychology 
Reid Baker; BA. Accounting 
Virginia Baker; BFA. Drama 
Clyde Ball; BA. English 
Joy Bali; BS. Dental Hygiene 
Cynthia Ballard; BA, Recreation 
Bill Bamberger; BA. Am. Studies 
Mark Banker; BA, RTVMP & Psych 



Cheryl Banks; BS, Nursing 
Deborah Barab; BS. Dental Hygiene 
Jim Barber; BA. History 
Fred Barbour; BA. Journalism 
Joan Barbour; BS, Biology 
Sharron Bartjour; BA, Rec. Admin 
Terry Barbour. BS. Nursing 
Richard Bard: BS. Accounting 



Bruce Barker, BA. Chemistry 
Jeffrey Barlow; BS. Accounting 
Mary Barnes. BA. English 
Michael Barnes: BA. Psychology 
Elizabeth Barnhardt: BS. Phys. Therapy 
Marjone Barnum; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Johnetta Sarr; BA. Sociology 
Pam Bartholomew. BS. Zoology 



David Barton. BA. Interdisp. Stud- 
Daniel Barwick; BA. Economics 
Lorrie Basnight: BA. Phys. Ed. 
Charles Bass, BA. Psych & Econ 
Vandy Bass: BS, Nursing 
Charles Bateman. BA. Eng. & Psych. 
Rick Bateman: BS. Chemistry 
Sally Bates; BA. Zoology 



Curtis Bauknighf; BS. Zoology 
Barbara Baynard: BA, Economics 
Joyce Beal; BA, History 
Mary Beam; BA. Psychology 
Melinda Beam: BA. Journalism 
David Beaty: SS, Bus. Admin. 
Lisa Beckham; BA. Geography 
George Bedelt; BA, English 



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Julia Bedford; 8A. Poll. Sci. 

Kalherme Beery: BA. History 
Heidi Behrends, BA. Ind. RelJPsych. 
Mary Beik: 8S. Bus. Admin. 
Samuel Belk: BA. Economics 
Victor Beii; BA. Urban Stud- 
Larry Bellz, 8A. Poll- Sci- 
Bruce Senator; BA. Accounting 



Carol Benbow: BS. Nursing 

Steven Bender; 9A, Psychology 

Sandra Bennett; BA. Phys. Ed. 

Shelia Bennett: BA. RTVMP 

Leslie Benning; BA. Interdisp. Stud. 

Thomas Benton, BA. Hist. & Poll. Sci. 

Mike Benzei, BA. Biology 

Richard Berard. BA. Econ. & Poll. Sci. 



Jeffrey Berman: BA. Poll. Sci. 
Jean Bernard; BA. Interdisp. Stud. 
Ella Biggs. S^, Chemistry 
William Biiiica; BA. Chemistry 
Jeffrey Biiimgs. BA. Chemistry 
John Bishop, BA. RTVMP 
Geff Bitier; BS. Ind. Relations 
David Black; BS. Bus. Admin. 



Katherine Black; BA, Poll. Sci. 
Kyle Black; BA. Interdisp. Stud. 
James Blackburn; BS. Physics 
Nancy Blackford; BA. Ind. Rel.lPsych. 
Alicia Blackwell: BA, Eng. Educ. 
Jeb Blackwell, BA. History 
Michael Blair; BS, Business 
Virginia Blake; BS. Journalism 



Ward Blalock; BA. Chemistry 
Suzie Blankenship; BA. Classics 

Patricia Blanton; BA. Geography 

Frank Bliss: BA. Eng. & Math 

Laura Blue; BS. Nursing 

Lisa Blue, BA. Poli. Sci. 

Will Blythe; BA, History S Eng. 

Emily Boal; BS. Math 



Debbie Bocook; BA. Ind. Rel.lPoli. Sci. 
Robert Boggs: BS. Bus. Admin. 
Michaei Bohan, BA. Economics 
Laura Boien: BA. Rec. Adm. & Eng. 
Debra Bolick; BA, Bus. Admin. 
Maurice Bolus, BA. Poli. Sci. 
Grif Bond; BS. Bus. Admin. 
John Booker; BS, Business 



Beverly Boone; BA. Biology & Psych. 

Pamela Booth; BA. Biology 

Steven Bost; BA, Comp. Sci. 

Karen Bostic, BS. Health Ed 

Teresa Bottoms; BS, Nursing 

Thomas Bougan; BA. Math & Geography 

John Bourland; BS. Physics 

Laurel Bowden; BA. Econ. & Poli. Sci. 



Janet Bowman; BSIBA. Crim. Just. & Soc 
Jody Boyce; BA. Journ. & Poli. Sci. 
Holly Boyd, BS. Public Health 
Andrew Bracken. BS, Accounting 
Joan Brackett; BA, Psychology 
Susan Brame. BS. Zoology 
Carolyn Brantley: BA. History 
Kimbrell Brattain; BA. Broad. Journ. 



Mary Braunsdorf; BA. Poli. Sci. & French 
Minnilue Braverman. BAIBS. Psych. & Biology 
David Brawn, BA. Anthropology 
Julia Breeden: BA. Speech 
Jud Brewer: BS. Chemistry 
Tina Brewer; BA. Education 
Pam Bridgers: S^, Elem. Ed. 
Helen Bridges; BS. Nursing 



Karen Brittingham; BS, Business 
Susan Brittingham: BS. Pharmacy 
Kathleen Britten; BS. Business 
Martha Broadfoot, BA. Journalism 
Randall Brodd; BS. Accounting 
Arje Brown; BS. Business 
Betty Brown; BA, Education 
Craig Brown; BA. Poll. Sci. 



David Brown; BS. Chemistry 
Edna Brown; BA. Journalism 
Laura Brown; BS. Nutrition 
Linda Brown; BA. Eng Educ. 
Ponsella Brown; BA. Poli. Sci. 
Randy Brown; BS, Math Sci. 
Richard Brown; BA, RTVMP 
Sarah Brown, BA, Education 




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William Brown: BA. Biology 
Sue Bruton; BA. Education 
J.C. Bryan; Sfl, Pol,. Set. 
Sally Bryan: BA. PhiL & Religion 
Stephen Bryan, BS, ind. Relations 
William Bryan: BS. Business 
8J Bryant; BS. Chemistry 
Barbara Buba; BS. Cnm. Justice 



James Buchan; BA. Education 
John Buchanan; BA. Chemistry 
Bradley Buff; BA. Math 

Sally Bulla: BS. Nursing 
Glenda Bullock; BA. Education 
R. Morns BuDock BS. Chemistry 
Stuart Bulman: BS. Business 
Sharon Bumgamer; BS. Chemistry 



Ben Bunch; BA. History 
Chris Bunn; BS. Bus. Acct 
Earl Bunting: BS. Bus. Admin. 
Becky Burbage: BA. Journalism 
C. Ray Burke: BS. Pharmacy 
Susan Burney: BA. RTVMP 
Joseph Bums: BA. RTVMP 
Teresa Bums; BA. Journalism 



Sue Busby; BS. Dental Hygiene 
Loma Butler; BA. Education 
Virginia Butler; BA. Education 
Jeff Butscher; BS. Math 
Beth Byrd; BA. Psychology 
Cathy Byrd; BS. Dental Hygiene 
Denise Byrd: BS. Nursing 
Peter Byrd: BA. History 



Robert Byrd; BA. Dramatic Art 
Stephen Byrd; BS, Accounting 
Thomas Cadden: BS. Business 
A- Lynne Cadieu; BS. Zoology 
Timothy Caldwell: BA. Rec- Psych. 
Cindy Campbell: BA, Poll. Sci. 
James Campbell; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Kevin Campbell; BS. Bus. Admin. 



Anna Campen; BS. Bus- Admin. 
Jennifer Canaday; BS. Phys. Therapy 
Bobbie Capps; BS, Ind. Relations 
Myra Cardwell; BS. Nursing 
Vivian Carlton; BS. Zoology 
Ann Garmichael, BS. Ind. Relations 
Carol Camevale: BA. Journ. & Env. Sci 
Charles Carpenter; BA. History & Poli Sci 



Joannie Carpenter. BA. Poli. Sci 
Lyn Carpenter; BS. Dental Hygiene 
Donald Carringer; BA. Biology 
Kimberly Carson; BA. Poli. Sci. 
Jane Carter; BA. Psychology 
Janice Carter; BS. Dental Hygiene 
Jayne Carter; BS. Dental Hygiene 
Michael Carver; BS. Bus. Admin 



Janet Case; BA. Psychology 
Deborah Caselia; BA. Latin Am Stud 
Cah'in Casey; BA, Rec. Admin. 
Jerry Casey; BA. Speech 
Helen Catoe; BS. Pharmacy 
Walter Caudill; BS. Chemistry 
James Cauthen; BA, Poli. Sci. 
Amy Cawthorne: BA. Intern. Studies 



Deborah Cecil; BS. Nursing 
Susan Cecil; BA. Spanish Ed 
Colette Chabboft: BA. Economics 
Joan Chakonas: BA. Economics 
Sharon Chalmers: BA. Zoology 
David Chance; BS. Ind. Rel. 'Psych. 
Margaret Chandler: BA. Intern. Studies 
Sam Chandler BS. Math 



Elizabeth Chantry; BA. Intern. Studies 
Chip Chase; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Denise Chatham; BA. Rec. Admin 
DeLois Chavis: BA. Zoology 
Robert Cheek: BS. Chemistry 
Bob Cherry; BA. Education 
Leesa Childress: BS. Ind. Rel /Psych 
Vincent Childress: BA. Eng. S History 



Deborah Chitty; BS. Business 
Allan ChEulli; BS. Poli. Sci. 
Carolyn Christman; BA, History 
Steven Citron; BS. Economics 
Amanda Clamp; BA. Education 
Catherine Claris; BA. Phys. Ed. 
H. Russell Clark: BS. Pharmacy 
Phyllis Clawson; BS. Biology 



519 



Steven Clay: BA. Psychology 
Susan Clayton BS. Pharmacy 
Leslie Cleweland, BA. Sac S Anth- 
John Clevinger, BA. Psychology 
Amy Clifton, BS. Health Aamin. 
Date Cline: BS. Bus Admin. 
Julie Cline; BA. Chemistry 
M Glenn Cobb: BA. Psychology 



Wesley Cobb; BA. Physics 
Mary Coble, BS. Ind. Relations 
Catherine Cockerham; BA, Education 
Cindy Coe, BS, Pharmacy 
Marsha Coggrns. BS. Nursing 
Richard Coggms: BA. Pali. Sci 
Frederic Cole. BA. Chemistry 
Daniel Coleman; BS, Ind. Relations 



Angela Collins. BA. History 
Kim Collins, BS. Nursing 
Carol Combs. BA. Math 
Emily Combs; BS, Nursing 
David Conaway: BA, History 
Tracie Cone, BA, RTVMP 
Emily Conn; BA. Rec. Admin. 
Ellen Conner: BA. Education 



Henry Connolly; BA. Chemistry 
Carole Conrad; BA. Poll. Sci, & French 
Beth Cook; BA. Recreation 
Edward Cook; flS, Business 
Steven Cook; BS, Photography 
Roy Cooper, S^, Poll. Sci. & Psych. 
Bryan Copeland; BS. Ind. Relations 
Catherine Cornelius; BS. Business 



Donna Cornwall: BA. Education 
Jean Cotten; BS. Nursing 
Mary Coulter; BS. Business 
Lisa Covington, BS. Nursing 
Robert Cowan; BA. Psych. & Phil. 
Harry Cowart; BS. Pharmacy 
Brian Cox; BS. Business 
Marshall Cox: BS. Nursing 



Scott Cox; flS, Ind. RelJPoli. Sci. 
Debra Craft: BS. Nursing 
Vanessa Craig: BA. Psychology 
Steve Cranford; BA. Latin Am. Stud. 
David Crater: BS, Bus. Admin. 
Cathleen Crawford; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Yvonne Crawford; BS. Pharmacy 
Juanita Creech; BS. Biology 



Karen Cress; BS. Zoology 
Susan Croft. BS, Bus. Admin. 
Clarence Crouch; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Carol Crow; BA. Education 
Barbara Crowder; BA. Recreation 
Marion Crump: BA. Psychology 
Karen Crumpler; BS. Ind. Relations 
Sue Cunningham; BS. Bus. Admin. 



Hoger Currier; BA. RTVMP 
Robin Daasch; BA, Zoology & Psych. 
Eric Dahlstrom; BA, Physics 
Jack Dalrymple, Jr.; BA. Poll. Sci. 
Alison Daniels; BA. Psychology 
Kathy Daniels; BA. Education 
Kim Daniels; BA. Biology 
Melegia Daniels, Jr.; BS. Poll. Sci. 



Teresa Daniels: BA. Ind. Relations 

Mary Ann Daskal, BFA. Arts 

Gregg Daugherty; BS. Ind. Relations 

Patricia Daugherly; BA. Journ. & Psych. 

Darise Daves. SS, Nursing 

Berry Davidson; BA. Ind. Rel.lEcon. 

Laura Davidson; BA, Chemistry 

Richard Davidson; BA, Journalism 



Andy Davis: BS, Bus Admin, 
Dotsy Davis; BS. Radiologic Sci. 
Gary Davis; SS, Math 
Gary Wayne Davis; BA. Poll. Sci. 
James D Davis, Jr : BS. Pharmacy 
James L. Davis, Jr . BA. Education 
John Davis: BS. Biology 
Katie Davis; BA. History 



Mary Davs; SS, Ind. Relations 
Nelson Davis; SS, Business 
Sarah Davis, SS, Botany 
Sharon Davis; SS. Business 
Susan Davis; BA. Education 
Virginia Davis; SS, Nursing 
Wanda Davis; SS, Nursing 
Rip Davy; BA. Eng, & Poll. Sci. 









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Annamarle Deak; BS, Chemistry 
John Deal; BA, Psychology 

Joel Deaton; BA, Speech Comm 
Dan Deitz; BA. Econ. & Chem 
Monty DeraH; BA. Education 
John DeVette; BS. Business 
Susan DeWalt; BA. Phys. Ed 
James Dick, BS. Bus- Admin 



Lafayette Dickens; BS. Ind. Relations 
Phillip Dickey: BA. Chemistry 
Elizabeth Dickson; BS. Biology 
Laurie Dickson; BA. English 
Walter Dietrich. Jr.; BS. Comp. Sci. 
Kimberly Oietz; BA, Poli. Sci. & Speech 
Charia Dilday; BS, Business 
Benjamin Dinkins; BS. Pharmacy 



Michele Dirisio; BS, Biology 
Miriam Dobson, BS, Bus. Admin 
Pamella Doby, BA. French 
Pamela Dockery; BS. Biology 
Jean Donnan; BA. Psychology 
Mary Dorris; BS. Music 
Jane Dorsett; BA. Education 
Tracy Dotson, Jr ; BA. RTVMP & Eng 



Jesse Driver; BA. Rec. AdmJPoli. Sci. 
Marlene Ducker; BA, Psychology 
Gregory Duke; BS. Business 
Joel Dunn; BS. Business 
John Dunn III; BA, Psychology 
Resa Durham; BA. Chemistry 
Karen Eagle; BA. Broad Journ 
William Eagle; BA, Intern. Studies 



Marvin Eason, Jr.; BS. Bus. Admin 
Elizabeth Echols; BA, Psych. & Rec 
James Eddmgs; BA, Music & RTVMP 
Janice Edminston; BA. Speech 
John Edwards; BA. RTVMP 
Sharon Edwards; BA, Psychology 
William Edwards; BS. Bus. Admin 
V. Beth Elder; BA. Chemistry 



Elizabeth Ellett; BS, Bus. Admin 
Jeffrey Ellington; BA. Poli. Sci. 
Jane Ellingwood; BS. Math 
Mark Ellison; BS. Pharmacy 
Sean Ellison; BA, Zoo/. & Chem. 
C, Scott Englert; BS. Accounting 
Kimberly English; BS. Dental Hygiene 
Sheila Ennis; BS. Ind. Relations 



Jennifer Ensley; BS. Bus. Admin. 

Clyde Ensslin; BA. English 

Kenneth Epple, Jr.; BA. Psych. & Poli. Sci 

Lisa Epstein; BA. Psych. & Poll Sci 

Darren Ertzberger; BS, Math Sci 

Linda Essa; BA. Education 

John Ethridge, Jr.; BS, Accounting 

Lisa Eudy; BA. English 



Dana Evans; BA, English 
Henry Evans; BS. Comp. Sci. 
Margaret Griffin Evans; BM. Piano 
Elizabeth Ann Ewing; BA. English 
Mary Kathleen Eye; BS, Biology 
Andrew Fair; BA. Interdisp. Stud. 
Alpheus Keith Faircloth; BA Biology 
Thad Faison; BS. Bus. Admin 



Keith Fallon; BS. Business 
Donna Fargis; BA. Chemistry 
Kim Farlow; BA, Journ. & Speech 
Mary Farmer; BS. Bus. Admin 
Ann Farrar; BS. Chemistry 
Mary Beth Farrior; BA. Education 
William Farrior, Jr.; BA. RTVMP 
Robert Feke; BA. Journalism 



Eric Feldman; BA. Psychology 
Nancy Fennelly; BS. Ind. Relations 
Elizabeth Ferebee; BA. Journalism 
Steve Ferguson; BS, Biology 
Patricia FerreN; BS. Pharmacy 
Shirley Fisher; BA. Sociology 
Nestor Fitzgerald; BA. Chem. & Psych 
Michael Fitzpatnck; BA. Intern. Studies 



Betsy Flagler; BA. Journalism 
Susan Fletcher; BS. Business 
Michele Fogetson; BA. Comm Sci 
Jane Foley; BA. Business 
Val Folio; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Nancy Fordham; SS, Chemistry 
Mary Forehand; BS. Chemistry 
Butch Forney; BS. Bus. Admin 



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Blane Frank; BA, Broadcasting 
Don Freedman; BA. Journalism 
Josie Freeman; BA. Psychology 
Martha Freeman, BA, Journalism 
Joseph French; BA. Am. Studies 
Myles Friedland, BA. Poll. Sci. 
Trrcia Fryar; BA. Psychology 
Lyndon Fuller; BA. Dramatic Art 



Robert Fuller; BA. RTVMP 
Richard Fullilove; BA, Eng. & History 
Leigh Fullington: BA. Education 
Timothy Fulton; BS, Chemistry 
Bob Fussell; BS. Bus. Admm. 
Sarah Fulrell, BA. Education 
Dennis Gaddy; BA. Pali Sci. & Psych. 
Elizabeth Gaines: BS. Dental Hygiene 



Peter Galea; BS. Nuclear Physics 

Bonnie Galloway; BA, Education 

Alex Gambal; BA. Poll. Sci. 

Cheryl Gamble; S^, History 

W. Coburn Gardner, BA, Geog. & Poll. Sci. 

Bertram Gartinkel; BS. Pharm. Supp. 

Philip Gamier; BA, Psychology 

Joyce Garrett; BA. Ind. Relations 



Steve Garrett; BS. Biology 
Lisa Gates: BA. Psychology 
R. Nevill Gates; BA, Chemistry 
Verna Gates; BA. RTVMP 
William Gaul, S;*, Psychology 
Beverly Geary; BS. Chemistry 
Thomas Gemmer; BA. Psychology 
Deborah Gentry; BA. English 




Lisa Geraghty; BS. Ind. Relations 
Cynthia Gibson; BS. Business 
William Gibson; S-A, Poli. Sci. 
Thomas Giduz; BS. Zoology 
Robert Gilbert, BA, Chemistry 
Mary Kay Gilleland: BA, Education 
Betsy Gillette; BS. Business 
Lawrence Gimple, BS. Chemistry 



Julie Gintis: BA, Psychology 
Wanda Glasscock, BA. Recreation 
Michael Glick; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Nancy Glickman. fl^. Psychology 
Michael Seth Glock: BS. Zoology 
Claudia Godfrey; BA. Biol. & French 
Jerri Michelle Goldston; BS. Public Health 
Scott Goodwin. BA. History 



Barbara Gordon; BA. RTVMP 

Bruce Gordon, BA. Economics 
Joseph Gordon; BS. Business 
Stephen Gordon; BS. Business 
Roger Gore, BA, Poli. Sci. 
Lynn Gosnell; S^, Intern. Studies 
Cathy Goss, BS, Pharmacy 
Hanna Graeber; BA. English 



Lindsay Gray; BS. Am. Studies 
William Gray: BA. Chemistry 
Robert Green; BA. Chemistry 
Bill Greene: BS, Pharmacy 
Arnold Greenwell, BA, Zoology 
Barbara Gregory; BS, Nursing 
Craig Graven; BA. Chemistry 
Forsythia Griffin; BA. Poli. Sci. 



Jeff Griffin; 0^. Journalism 
Michael Griffin; SS. Chemistry 
Diane Grigg. BSN. Nursing 
Betsy-John Grimes; BA. RTVMP 
Kathy Grimstead; SS. Radiologic Sci, 
Jesse Grissom. Jr , SS. Accounting 
Linda Grizzle; BA, Phys. Ed. 
John Groce, BA, Chemistry 



Ralph Grogan; BS. Business 
Glick & Glock Groseclose; BS. Corr. Surg 
Sarah Groseclose; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Craig Gross; SS, Bus Admin- 
Karen Grossnickle; BA, Poli. Sci. 
Catherine Grubbs; BFA. Studio An 
Abby Gruen; BA. Geo/ & Botany 
Amy Gryder; BA. Zoology 



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Kathy Gunn; flS. Business 
Robert Guy; BS. Pharmacy 
Richard Guzewicz; 8A. Chemistry 
Linda Gyant: BS, Business 
Mary Hackney: BS. Biology 
Sharon Hackney; BA. RTVMP 
Kurt Haefeli; BA, Physics 
Janice Haggai; BA. Recreatiorj 



Robin Haislip; BA. RTVMP 
Wendy Haithcock; BA. Journalism 
Marion Haithcox; 3 A. Journalism 
Bridget Hall; BA. Education 
Lisa Hall; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Teresa Hall; BA. Education 
Timothy Hall; BS. Chemistry 
Harvey Ham; BA. Speech 



Kristen Hammett; BS, Zoology 
Kyle Hampton; BA. RTVMP 
Phillip Hamrick. Jr.; BA. Math 
Janet Hanner; BA. Rec. Admin. 
Margie Hanst; BS. Bus. Admin. 
David Harbour; BS. Ind. Relations 
Wayne Hardee; BA. Bus. Admin. 
Cynthia Hardegree; BS. Bus- Admin. 



Mary Hardison; BA. Education 

Sheldren Hardison. Jr.; BS, Crim. Just. & Poll. Sci 

Regina Hargis, BS. Math Sci. 

William Harkey; BS. Bus. Admin. 

Deborah Harmon; BS. Nursing 

Gail Harmon: BA: Rec. Admin. 

Tommy Harmon. Jr.; BS. Accounting 

Lou Harned: BA. Journalism 



Beverly Harrell; BS. Nursing 
Emily Harrill, BS. Dental Hygiene 
Kathi Harrington; BA. English 
Peggy Harrington; BS, Economics 
Martha Harris: BA. Art History 
Susan Harris: BA. English 
Walter Harris. BA. Dramatic Art 
Gregory Hart; BA, Poll. Sci 



Henry Harwell; BS. Accounting 
Jeff Haslam; BA. Eng. Educ 
Michael Hawkins: BA. RTVMP 
B. Dwayne Hayes, BA. Education 
Edward Hayes; BA. Education 
Karen Hayes; BS, Pharmacy 
Nerl Hayes; BA. Education 
Pam Hayes; BA. Psychology 



Caryn Haymes; BA. Rec. Admin 
Marguerite Haywood; BA. Botany 
Charlotte Heavener; BS. Bus Admin 
Randy Hedgepeth. BA. Biology 
Jeanie Hedrick; BA. Sociology 
Barbara Heibel; BS. Nursing 
Ronald Helms; BA. RTVMP 
Teresa Helms; BA. Eng. Educ, 



Dart Hemrick; BS. Public Health 
Fred Henderson, jr.; BA. Pali Sci 
Janice Hendrix; BA. Economics 
Nancy Hendrix; BA. Recreation 
James Henry; BA. Journalism 
Patricia Hernan: BA. Psych. & Biol. 
Donna Herring; BS. Bus. Admin 
Karen Herrmg. BA. Soc. & Psych. 



Ltane Hicks; BA, Soc. & Poll. Sci. 
Sandra Higginbotham; BS. Nursing 
Donna Higgins; BA. Chemistry 
Susan Higgins; BS. Pharmacy 
Jams High; BA. English 
Jonnie Hildreth. BS. Pharmacv 
Carolyn Hill; BA. Child Lit 
Mark Hilisgrove; BA. Chem. & Psych. 



Sherri Hinnant; BS. Bus. Admin 
Gretchen Hobbs; BA. Education 
Laura Hobbs; BA. Poll. Sci. & Rec 
Fred Hoerner; BA. Eng. & Phil 
John Hoke; BA, Poll. Sci. 
Margaret Hoke; BA. Education 
Rhonda Hokum; BA. Chemistry 
Elena Holak; BS. Pharmacy 



Christie Holcomb; BA, History 
Beverly Holcombe; BS. Pharmacy 
Hayes Holdemess; BS. Business 
James Holland; BA. History 
Joan Holland: BS. Accounting 
Keith Hollar; BA. Journalism 
Slacie Hollenberg; BA. Religion 
Anne Hollingsworth; BA. Psychology 



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Betty Holloman; BA. Education 

Charles Holloman, BA. Poll Sci. & Sp. Comm 

Vivian Holloway; BA. Psychology 
David HollDwell. BA. Bus. Admin. 
Ann Holmes, BA. English 
Lee Holmes, BA. Am. Studies 
Randy Holmes; BA. Rhys. Ed. 
Rebecca Holmes; BS. Business 



William Holmes; BA. Psychology 
Mark Hoiton, BA. Economics 
Cheryl Homzak; BS. Env. Pub. Health 
Brent Honeycuti; BS. Accaunling 
Dm Hood; BS. Cnm. Justice 
Cynthia Hoover; BS, Pharmacy 
Peggie Horner; BA. Zoology 
Byron Horton III; BA. Chemistry 



Robert House, BA. Zoology 
Linda Howell; BA. Journ. & Poll. Sci. 
Laraine Hoyle; SS, Business 
Nan Hudgins; BS. Nursing 
Bonnor Hudson III; BA. Chemistry 
Elizabeth Hudson, BS. Bus. Admin. 
Susan Hudson; BS. Bus. Admin. 
D. Lawrence Hughes; SS, Pharmacy 



James Huneycutt; BA. Dramatic Art 
Walter Hunnings; BA. Poli. Sci- 
Amanda Hunl; BA. Studio Art 
Tern Hunt, BA. Journalism 
Barbara Hunter; BA, Math 
Judith Hunter; BS, t^ursing 
Mara Hurwitt; BA. Poli Sci. & Econ. 
Joan Idol; BA. Education 



Melissa Ingram, BA. Studio Art 
Cathleen Irish; SS, Zoology 
Janet Jackson, BS. Business 
Jean Jackson; BS, Biology 
Jeanine Jackson; BFA. Dramatic Art 
Laura Jackson; BS, Dental Hygiene 
Linda Sue Jacobs; BFA. Dramatic Art 
Dennis Jacokes, BA. Psychology 



Barbara James; BA. History 
Carol James. BA. Eng. & Speech 
Lucy James; SS, Bus- Admin. 
Mary James; BA. Psychology 
Georg Janze; BA. Poli. Sci. 
Ann Jardine; BA. Soc & Psych- 
Nancy Jarmul, BA. Psychology 
Phyllis Jarrett, BA. Zoology 



Regina Jarrett; BA. Psychology 
Sharon Kay Jarvts; BA, Public Rel. 
Linda Jeffries, BA. RTVMP 
Elizabeth Jenkins: BA, History 
Marsha Jenkins; SS, ind. Rel.fPsych- 
Stuart Jenks, Jr.: BFA. Studio Art 
Brenda Sue Jernigan, BA. Religion 
Billie Jessup, Jr.; BA. Chemistry 



J Chnsla Jeutter; 8A, Educaf/on 
Annie Johnson; BS, Nursing 
Charles Johnson; BA. Hist. & Eng. 
Franklord Johnson; BA. Psychology 
Gloria Johnson; BA. Poli. Sci. 
M. Kenneth Johnson; SS, Chemistry 
Patricia Johnson; BA, Chemistry 
Richard Johnson; BA. Journalism 



Stephen Johnson; BA. Economics 

Courtland Jones; BA. Spanish 
Gary Jones: BA. Chemistry 
Jo Carol Jones; BA. Journalism 
Lvn Jones; BA. Psvchology 
Michael Jones; BA. Philosophy 
Pamela Jean Jones, BS. Accounting 
Randy Jones; BA, Poli. Sci. 



Stuart Jones; BS. Bus. Admin. 
William Jones, Jr.; SS, Geology 
Nelda Jordan; 9S, Dental Hygiene 
Mary Jorgenson; BA. English 
Albert Jowdy: BA. Philosophy 
Betsy Joyce; BA. History 
Janice Joyce; SS, Nursing 
Donald Joyner; BS. Accounting 



David Jurman; SS. Ind- Rel.lPoli. Sol. 
Stuart Kaleel: SS, Accounting 
Jamie Kanner; BA. Poli. Sci. 
Doris Kaylor; SS, Nursing 
Dana Keef; SS, Phys. Therapy 
Maureen Keegan; BS. Biology 
Amy Keiter; BA. Physics 
Eileen Kelley; BS, Zoology 





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Joe Kelly. Jr ; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Kathryn Kemp: BS. Pharmacy 
Sally KenOnck: BS. Zoology 
Connie Kennedy: BA. Interdisp. Stud 
Michael Kennedy. BA. History 
Eva Kerr: BS. Nursing 
Paul Kester: BA, Chemistry 
Cindy Killian: BS. Bus. Admin. 



Thomas Killian; BS. Ind. Rel.. 'Psych, 
Holly Kilpatrick: BA. Psychology 
Curtis Kimbaii: BS. Chem. Engin. 
Jacqueline Kimbro: BA, Phys. Ed. 
James Kimbrough, jr : SS, Accounting 
Brent King: SS, Accounting 
Cynthia King: BM, Music tduc. 
George King, Jr.: S^, English 



Palmer King. Jr.; BS. Pharmacy 
Phillip King; BS, Accounting 
Russeil King: BA. Ind. Relations 
Sheree King: BA. Psychology 
Wiiham Kirkman; BS. Bus Admin. 
Betty Kittner; BA. Psych. & Speech 
Carole Kiven: BA, Interdisp. Stud. 
Arthur Klose; BA. Chemistry 



Ann Marie Knops; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Adeena Koch; BA. Education 
Mark Kogan: BA. Econ. & Poli. Sci. 
Linda Korsen: BA. Am. Studies 
Timothy Krantz:8A. Math 
Mike Krimminger; BA. Poll. Sci. 
Mary Kntzer; BA. Rec. Admin. 
Kathi Kronenfeld; BA. Geology 



Stephanie Kuhtman; BS. Mixology 
Charley Kummei; BA. History 
Michael Kunc, Jr.; SS. Ind. Relations 
Theodore Kyle: SS, Pharmacy 
Stephen LaBeiie, BS. Math Sci- 
Katherine Lackman, BS. Phys. Therapy 
Jim Ladd. BS. Chemistry 
Wade LaFevers. BS. Business 



Greg Lail; BS. Education 
Lura Lamb; BA. Art History 
Marcia Lamm; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Jane Lancaster; BS. Dental Hygiene 
Stephen Landers. BS, Pharmacy 
Beverly Landstreel: BA, Economics 
Denise Langevin; BA. Economics 
Connie Langley: BA. Phys. Ed. 



Robert Lasiey: BA. Chemistry 
Barbara LaTowsky: BS. Zoology 
Leslie Lawler; BA, Interdisp. Stud, 
Steve Lawson; BA, English 
Annette LeClair; MS. Library Sci. 
Etta Lee. BA. Journalism 
Richard Lee: BS. Pharmacy 
Sally Lee; BA. English 



Shawna Lee; BA. History 
Ray Legg; BA. Poll. Sci. 
Marie LeRoy: BS. Pharmacy 
Heidi Levemz; BA. English 
Lauren Levinson; BA. Speech 
Kns Lewallen: BA. French 
Carol Lewis; BA. Journalism 
Lori Lev^ris; BA, Interdisp. Stud. 



Q. Owight Lewis: BA. Chemistry 
Sabrina Lewis; SS. Nursing 
Sharon Lewis, BA. Psychology 
Sheila Lewis, BS. Bus. Admin. 
Sonya Lewis; BS. Biology 
Lawrence Ules BA, Economics 
Winnifred Liles, BA, Recreation 
Janet Ulley; BA. Bus. Admin. 



William Lindau; SA. Comp. Ut. 
Debra Lindsay: BA. Chemistry 
Jil Linker: BA, Intern. Studies 
E. Joy Little: BS. Accounting 
Donald Lockerbie, BA. Am. Studies 
Norma Locknage. BSN, Nursing 
Hans-Gerd Loehmannsroeben; MS. Physics 
Lee Lomax; SS, Business 



Elizabeth Long; SS. Ind. Relations 
Charlie Lorant; BA. Poli- Sci. 
Dorothy Loud; BA. Zool & Psych. 
Linda Love: BA. Journalism 
Deborah Lowder. BS. Pharmacy 
Sheryl Lowder; BS. Science Ed. 
J- Campbell Lucas: BA. English 
l-aura Luke: BA. Psychology 



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dinger Lymburner; 8S. Women's Stud 
Karen Lynch. BA. RTVMP 
Jacqueline Lytle. BS. Nursing 
Glen MacDonald; BA. Poli. Sci. & Econ. 
Alexander Maclnnis, BM. Music 
Benjamin Maddrey: BS. Accounting 
Patricia Maddrey, BA, Spanish 
Peggy Mader. BA. Education 



Thomas Madison; BA. Environ. Sci. 
Tim Mahaney; BA. History & Poll. Sci. 
James Manis. BA. Physics & Math 
Robert Mann, BS. Business 
Jan Marks; BA. Hist- & Econ. 
Judith Marks: BA. Recreation 
Dorothy Marlow; BA, Phys. Ed. 
Sharon Marlowe; BS. Nursing 



Sheree Marsh, BS, Ecucation 
Ann Marshall; BS, Bus Admin. 
Pam Marshall: BS. Dental Hygiene 
Greg Martin; BMED, Music 
Jo Marlm: BA. Women's Studies 
Robert Martin; S.^, Intern Studies 
Rollie Martin; BA. Ind. Relations 
Kay Marvin; BA. Psychology 



Jennie Mask, BA. Speech Comm. 
Christopher Mason, BA. English 
Jeff Mason; BA. Journalism 
Libby Mason; 8A. Poli. Sci- 
Timothy Mason; BA. Psych. & RTVMP 
Will Massey: BA. Journalism 
Jay Matthews; BS. Pharmacy 
Paul Matthews; BA, RTVMP 



Kelly Mauldin; BA. RTVMP & Journ. 
Janet May; BA. Psychology 
Wilbert McAdoo; BA. Psychology 
Danita McAllister, BS. Biology 
M, Patricia McCaffrey; BS. Bus. Admin 
Nancy McCall; BA. Eng. Educ. 
Susan McCandless; BS. Eng. Educ. 
Kelly McCarthy; BA. Education 



Martha McCaskill; BA, Phys. Ed. 
Roscoe McClain: BA. RTVMP 
Margaret McCown; BA, Recreation 
Lynn McCully; BA. Recreation 
Janet McOaniel; BS. Accounting 
Mary McDaniel; BA, Education 
Carl McFarland. BS, Poli. Sci. & Econ 
Tricia McGee; BS. Dental Hygiene 



Joan McGrail; BA. Elem. Educ. 
Kimberly McGuire; BA, Journalism 
Brenda McGuirt; 8S. Accounting 
Charles McKay. BA, Music 
Nancy McKenzie; BA, Bus Admin. 
Janice WcKinne. BS, Pharmacy 
Kyle McKinney. BA. Speech Educ. 
G. Mark McLamb; BS, Bus. Admin. 



Jule McLauchlin; BA, Education 
Gwen McLeod; BM. Music 
Laura McLeod; BS. Biology 
Tim McMains; BA, Intern Studies 
Donna McMillan; BA, Econ. & Poli. Sci. 
Cynthia McNair; BA. Psychology 
David McNeill; BA, Dramatic Art 
Dace Mcpherson, BA. Special Ed. 



Karen McRae; BA. Psychology 
Joyce McSorley, BS. Ind. Relations 
Kathy McSwain; BA. Education 
Mark McWhinney; BA. Math 
Marianne Meacham; BA. History 
Donna Mears, BS. History 
Poco Medford, BA. Journalism 
Barbara Medlin; BS. Pharmacy 



Frederick Meekins; BS. Chemistry 
Lori Mellon; BA. History 
Meg Merrill. BA. Journalism 
Deborah Merritt; BA, Economics 
James Merritt, BS. Bus. Admin. 
Michael Merritt; BS. Business 
Laura Michael; BA. Rec. Therapy 
Nancy Michael; BA. Psychology 



KatherineWichel; BS, Zoology 
Celeste Middleton, BS. Bus. Admin. 
Eric Miller, BA. Journalism 
John Miller; BA. English 
Patti Miller; BA. Sociology 
Yvette Miller; BA. Biology 
Michael Mills, SA, Po'* Sci. 
Ila Mrms; BS, Bus. Admin. 




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Arthur Minton: BS. Pharmacy 
Alan Misenheimer; BA. Classics 
Lawrence Mitchell: BS, Music Educ 
Peter Mitchell; BA. Journalism 
Suzanne Mitchell; BA. English 
Gustave Moessen; BS. Biology 
Maria Moessen. BA. English 
Mike Monroe; BA. Psych. & Rec 



Carol Monteith: e^l, Recreation 
Juire Montgomery; BS. Business 
Elizabeth Moore: BS. Zoology 
Jetfery Moore; BA, Journ. & Eng. 
Deborah Moose; BS. Journalism 
Brabsie Morgan. BS. Public Health 
Leslie Morgan; BA, Music 
Kathryn Morrill; BA. Journalism 



Albert Morris: BA. Business 
Michael Morris; BA. RTVMP S ReL 
Warren Morrison; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Catherine Morton: BA, Journalism 
Vicki Morton; BS, Bus. Adm. & Acct 
Donna Moseley; BS, Pharmacy 
David Moser; BS. Chemistry 
J, Trade Moser; BA, Studio Art 



Wendell Mull, BS. Chemistry 
Suzanne Muilaney; BS. Accounting 
Michael Mullen; BAIBS. Chem. & Pharm 
Terri Mullins, BA. History 
Bradley Murchison; BA. Poll. Sci. 
Wilson Murphy; BA. Chemistry 
Devona Murray; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Greg Murray; BA, Phys. Ed 



Paige Murray; BA. Enqlish 

Gerald Mussetwhite, BS. Bus Admin 
Joan Musselwhite; BMED. Music 
Larry Myers, BA. Poll. Sci. 
Robin Myers: BS, Biology 
Peggy Nabors; BA, History 
Christina Nader, BA. Elem. Educ 
Deborah Nance; BA. PoU- Sci 



J Franklin Nance; BS. Business 
Jeff Nation. BS. Business 
Mark Naylor, BA. Chemistry 
Annette Neese. BA. Education 
Janet Neese, BA, Journalism 
Becky Neighbours; BA. Psychology 
Debbie Nelson. BA. Psychology 
Debra Nelson; BS, Nursing 



Roxanne Nelson: BA, Education 
Ward Nelson; BS. Accounting 
Sally Newbold, BA. Hist. S Psych. 
Michael Newby; BA. English 
Elizabeth Newsome: BA, Journalism 
Teresa Newsome; 94. Psychology 
Diana Newton; BA. English 
Melanie Newton; BSN. Nursing 



Robert Newton; BA. RTVMP 
Wilttam Niblock; BA. Chemistry 
Lisa Nieman; BA. Speech Comm. 
Philip Nifong; BS, Bus. Admin. 
Douglas Noell, BS. Comp. Sci 
Margaret Norfleet. BA, Recreation 
Linda Norman; BA. Journalism 
Susan Norman; BA. Rec- Admin- 



David Norris; BA. Economics 
Tony Norris; BS. Science Educ. 
James North; 0,4, French Educ. 
Keith Norwood; BA. Broad Journ. 
Karen Novinc; BS, Dental Hygiene 
Robert Nutt; BS. Bus Admin 
Tommy Oakes. 84, RTVMP 
Cindy Oakley; BA. Psychology 



Sean O'Brien; BA. Journ. & Phil. 
Lynne Obrtst; BA. Poll. Sci. 
Charles O'Bryant; BS. Bus. Admin 
Laurie OCallaghan; BA. Poll. Sci. 
Don Ochsenreiter; BA. Economics 
Karen O'Donnell; BA, Urban Studies 
Nancy Oliver; BA. Jouralism 
Johnny Orazem; BA, Psych. & Soc 



David Orren; BA. Chem. & Zoology 
Alisa Ostwalt: 64, Psychology 
Robert Outten; BS. Business 
Johnny Owen; BS, Business 
Melissa Owen; BA, Hist & Psych. 
Mimi Owen; BS, Nursing 
Philip Owens; BA. Education 
Rhea Owens; BS. Bus. Admin. 



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Bonnie Ownley; BA, loot & Botany 
Lee Pace. BA. Journalism 
Susan Pacenta, BS. Accounting 
Dwight Page; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Kimberley Painter, BA. Journ. & Eng. 
Eva Pappas; BA. English 
Bradley Parcells; SS, Busmess 
Lisa Pardue; fl^. Art History 



Bevelyn Parham, BA. Crim. Justice 
Cheryl Parham, BA, Chemistry 
Catherine Parker; BS, Crim. Just. & Poli. Sci 
Debbie Parker, BA. Econ & Ind. Rel. 
Gregory Parker; BA. Chemistry 
James Parker; BA. RTVMP 
Peter Parker; BA. Ecnomics 
Stella Parker; SS. Nutrition 



Jane Parks; BA. Poll- Sci. 
Mary Parks; BA. Ind. Relations 
William Parmelee; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Gary Parr; SS, Bus. Admin. 
Laura Parrish; MS, Library Sci. 
Dixon Patrick; SS. Accounting 
Flynn Paytor; BA, Env Phys. Sci. 
Richard Payne; BS. Biology 



Cynlhia Peake; BA. Am. Studies 
Carol Pearce; BA. English 
Robert Peck; BS. Ind. Rel-IPolt. Sci. 
Steven Peck, BA. Poli. Sci. 
Patricia Peek; BA, RJVMP 
Sarah Peek; BS, Crim. Justice 
Tanya Peeler, SS, Bus. Admin. 
David Pence; BA, Broad. Journ. 



Danny Pender; BA, Chemistry 
Ann Pendergraph; SS, Bus. Admin. 
Deborah Penny; SS, Nursing 
Wade Penny; BA, Economics 
Robin Perkins; BA. Crim. Justice 
Brenda Perry; BA. Math 
Elaine Perry; BS. Nursing 
Robin Perry; BA. Poli. Sci. 



Susan Perry; SS, Accounting 
Gregory Peters; S^, Geo'ogy 
Jami Peters; BA. Rec. Admin. 
Claudia Peterson; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Mike Pettigrew; SS, Math Sci. 
Robert Phillips; BA. Poll. Sci. 
Dennis Pickett; SS, Bus. Admin. 
Phyllis Pickett; BA. Hist. Ato. Am. Stud. 



Brad Piner; 8^, Journalism 

Nicky Pipkin; BA. Zool. & Chem. 

Sambra Pittard: BA. Math Educ. 

Elizabeth Pittman; SS, Crim. Just. & Poll. Sci. 

Laura Pless; BA, Phys. Ed. & Rec. 

Julie Plot!; BA. Dramatic Art 

Cranford Plyler; BA. Poll. Set. 

Clint Poe; SS, Physics 



Mary Poe; BA, Hec. Admin. 
Barbara Polk; BS. Crim. Justice 
Sarah Polk: SS, Business 
Candi Pope; BA. English 
Debra Pope; BA. Zoology 
Kim Porter; BA, Rec. Admin. 
Laural Potter; BS, Bus. Admin. 
John Pratt, SS, Business 



Beth Preslar; BA. Geography 
Anne Presnell; BA, Education 
Cynthia Price; BA. Psychology 
Lendy Prrdgen; BA. Health Admin. 
Penny Prince; BS. Crim- Justice 
Susan Pringle; BA. tnterdlsp. Stud. 
Debra Pryor; BA, English 
Steven Puckett; BS. Business 



Beverly Pugh: BA. Math Educ. 
JoAnn Pulliam; BA. Eng. & Spanish 
Alan Purdie; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Margaret Pursell; BA. Am. Studies 
James Rady; SS, Crim. Justice 
Susan Rafshoon; S.^, Recreation 
Thomas Rakestraw; S^, Poli. Sci- 
Frank Ramsey; BA. Poli. Sci- 



Marjorie Ramsey; SS, Bus. Admin. 
Tom Rankin; BA, RTVMP 
Ronald Rash; BA. Education 
Clifford Ray; BA. Chemistry 
Melody Ray; SS, Bus. Admin. 
Margaret Reader; BA, Speech 
William Reagan, BA. Recreation 
Mary Reckerd; BA. Education 








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Teresa Reel: S^, Sociology 
Bryan Reep; 8S, Chemistry 
Richard Reese; 8S. Accounting 
Walton Reeves, BA. English 
JoAnn Register. BS. Nursing 
Kathy Reid. BA. Biology 
Stanley Reid, BA. Sociology 
Steven Reid; BS, Zoology 



Suzanne Reid; BS. Accounting 
Dana Reinhold; BA. English 
Lynn Remick; BS, Ind RelJPsych_ 
John Rendleman, BS, Bus. Admin 
Kevin Renegar; BS. Bus. Admin 
Barbara Resnik; BA. Education 
Gail Reynolds, BS, Zoology 
Karen Reynolds: BA, Math & Geology 



Sherry Reynolds; BS. Bus. Admin. 
James Rhodes; BA. Chemistry 
Diana Rice: BA, English 
Audrey Rich; BA, Educ & Psych. 
Robert Rich, BS. Biology 
Deborah Richardson. BA. Psychology 
Michael Riddle; BA. History 
Carol Ridge: BA. Poll. Sci. 



Douglas Rights; BA, Religion 
Teresa Rtgsbee: BA, Journalism 
Keith Ripley, BA, Latin Am. Stud. 
Robin Roache. DA, Dental Asst. 
Kathy Roberts; BS, Dental Hygiene 
Mary Roberts, BA. Education 
Joseph Robertson, BA. Psychology 
Thomas Robertson; BS. Comp. Sci. 



David Robinson, BA. Interdisp. Stud. 
Greg Robinson; BA. Education 
Sandra Robinson; BS. Pub. Health Ed 
Wanda Robinson. BA. English 
William Robinson; BA. Span. & Econ. 
Bruce Rogers, BA. Sociology 
Debbie Rogers; BA. Journalism 
Kart Rogers: BA. Interdisp. Stud. 



Patricia Rogers, BA. RTVMP & Psych. 
Susan Rogers; BS. Bus. Adm. & Acct. 
Mary Rose; BS, Business 
Susan Rosenberg; BS. Bus Admin, 
Rob Rosiello. BA. Economics 
Patti Rouse: BS. Pharmacy 
Wait Rouse; BS. Bus Admin. 
Leonard Rowland; BS. Psychology 



Sara Ruftin. BS. Nursing 
Kira Runion; BA. Science Ed. 
Scott Runyon, BA. History 
Kay Rupert; BS, Bus. Admin. 
Jane Rushing; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Ritchie Russell: BS. Bus. Admin. 
James Same; BS, Business 
Kathy Sakiewicz; BS. Geology 



Rene Salley: BS. Med. Tech. 
Angela Sampson; BS. Psychology 

Daniel Sasser. BSN, Nursing 
Roger Saunders: BS. Nursing 
Steven Saunders: BS. Bus. Admin. 
Tina Savage; BA, Education 
Mika Savir; BA. Psychology 
Michael Schell; BS. Bus. Admin. 



T A. Schijfl; BS. Nursing 
David Schneider, BA. RTVMP 
Deborah SchoDlfield: SS, Dental Hygiene 
Lisa Schoonderwoerd: BA. Eng. Educ. 
Walter Schroeder; SS. Biology 
Melinda Schwenk; BA. French 
Leslie Seism; BA. Journalism 
B. Jane Scott; BS. Accounting 



Edw/ard Scott: BA. Chemistry 
Eve Scott; 35, Math 
George Scott; BA. Dramatic Art 
Julie Scott: BS. Pharmacy 
Susan Scott: BA. English 
George Sealey: SS, Accounting 
James Seay: BA. Poli. Sci. 
Georganne Sebastian; SS, Pharmacy 



Paula Sellers; BS. Nursing 
Johanna Serletis; BS. Zoology 
Frances Shackelford: BA. Geography 
Greg Shackelford; BS, Business 
Greg Shank; BA. RTVMP 
Anthony Shannahan; BA. Economics 
Gail Shaw; BA. Chemistry 
Laura Sheely; BA. intern. Studies 



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Susan Sheely; BA. Am Studies 
Tracy Shellabarger. BS, Accounting 
William Shelton; BS. Math 
Deborah Shermer. BS. Radiologic Sci. 
J, Thomas Sherrjll; BA, Psychology 
Mary Sherrjll; BS. Pharmacy 
Brad Shinaman. BA. Zoology 
Victoria Shive, BS. Accounting 



Sharon Shoaf; BA. Spanish 
Melanie Shoe; BS. Med. Tech. 
Cathy Shoemaker, BA. Phys- Ed. 
Kenneth Shope; BA. Bus. Admin. 
Mary Shore, BA. Psychology 
David Shuford; BA. RTVMP 
Susan Shugart, BMED. Music 
Barney Shumate; BS/BA. Ind. Rel./Art 



Michael Shumate; BA. English 
Blair Shwedo, BS. Bus. Admin. 
Harry Sibold; BS. Geology 
Marc Siegel; BA. Anthropology 
Sharon Siegrist, BS, Business 
Tom Siler: BS. Accounting 
Sherry Silvers; BA, Intern. Studies 
Charles Simpson; BMED. Music 



Katherine Simmons; BA. PWAD & Poll. Sci. 

Dan Singletary; BS. Business 

Donna Sink; BS, Nursing 

Sandy Sleeman; BS. Nursing 

Susan Sloat; BS. Public Health 

Mary Sloop, BS. Business 

Sharon Sloop; BA, Poli. Sci. 

Tracy Sloop; BS, Biology 



Bryan Smith; BA, Chemistry 
Catherine Smith: SS, Nursing 
Deb Smith; BA. History 
Eddie Smith, SS, Pub. HealthlNut. 
Jeannie Smith; SS, Accounting 
Karen Smith; BA. Interdisp. Stud. 
Kimberly Smith; BA. Education 
Lisa Smith; SS, Chemistry 



Noland Smith; SS. Accounting 
Pamela Smith; BA. Poli. Sci. 
Richard Smith; BA, Zool. & Psych. 
Ron Smith; BA. RTVMP 
Rosemary Smith; SS, Nursing 
Susan Smith; SA, Psychology 
Tim Smith; SS, Accounting 
Charles Snead; BS. Bus. Admin. 



Steve Sneed; BA, Ind. Relations 
Debbie Snipes; BS. Business 
Kenneth Snow; SS, Business 
Samuel Sockwell; BA. English 
Susan Spargo; SS. Zoology 
Kathy Sparks; BA, Poli Sci. 
Eric Spence; SS, Bus. Admin. 
Herman Spence; SS, Bus. Admin. 



Randy Spivey; SS. Bus. Admin. 
Elizabeth Stadler; SS, Ind. Pel. & Psych. 
Susan Stamper: BA, Am. Studies 
Barry Stanback; 8S. Crim. Justice 
Kathy Stanley: SS, Accounting 
Susan Stanley, BA. Poll. Sci. 
Dale Stansell; BA. Rec. Admin. 
Kathy Starnes: BA. Speech 



Sharyn Starnes; SS. Bus Admin. 

Stephen Starnes; BA. Poli. Sci. 

William Starnes, BA, Zoology 

Mary Steel: BM. Music 

Mark Steetman; BA. Chemistry 

Terry Steeiman: BA. Phys. Ed. 

Tony Sleen; BA. Poli. Sci. 

Jane Stephens; BA, Intern. Studies 



Thomas Stevens. SS. Chemistry 
Jack Stevenson. SS. Bus Admin. 
Rob Stevenson; BA. Eng. & Poli. Sci. 
Charles Stinson; BA. Chemistry 
Molly Stockton; BA. Psychology 
Thomas Stoecker. BA, Interdisp. Stud. 
Ellen Stone; BA. Business 
Steven Stone; BA. Recreation 



W Steve Stone; BA, Education 
David Stoneman; BA. Psychology 
Cindy Stout; BS. Nursing 
Leia Streeter; BS. Pub. HealthlNut. 
Bonnie Strickland: BA. Recreation 
Carol Strickland; BA. English 
Robert Strickland, BA, History 
Laura Strippel; BA, Interdisp. Stud. 









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Ann Struble; BA. Education 
Elizabeth Stuan, BA. RTVMP 
Karen Suggs: BA. RTVMP 
Paul Suh. BA. Chemistry 
Elizabeth Suitl; BS. Bus. Admin. 
SyvJ) Summers, BS. Nursing 
Jane Summey; BA. Chem. & Psych. 
Ellen Sumner; BA. Phys. Ed- 



Catherine Swan; BA, Poli. Sci. & Hist. 
David Swimmer: BA. Inferdisp. Stud. 
Susan Swindell. BS. Ind. Relations 
Joyce Swinson: BA. Psychology 
Jean Swotford; BS. Chemistry 
Kimberly Tadiock; BS, Accounting 
Alan Taylor; BA, Journalism 
Cyndie Taylor; BA. Journalism 



Jonathan Taylor; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Kyle Taylor; BS, Chemistry 
Reade Taylor; BS. Accounting 
Robert G Taylor; BA. Rec- & Speech 
Robert L. Taylor, Jr.; BS. Business 
J. Taran Teague. BA. Intern- Studies 
Benjamin Teai. BS. Pharmacy 
Joan Templeton; BA. Chemistry 



Thomas Templeton; BS. Bus- Admin. 
Thomas Terrell. BA. History 
Jay Tervo, BA. Interdisp. Stud. 
Anita Tesh; BS. Nursing 
Cindy Tesh; BA. Education 
Wallace Tew. BS. Secondary Ed. 
Janet A_ Thomas, BA, Recreation 
Janet L. Thomas, BS. Phys. Therapy 



Steve Thomas; BA. History 
Suzy Thomas; BS. Zoology 
Anne Thompson; BS. Pharmacy 
Carole Thompson; BA. Geography 
Davy Thompson: BM. Music 
Donald Thompson: BS. Bus. Admin. 
Gale Thompson, BS. Phys. Ed. 
Michael Thompson; BA, Ind- Relations 



Pamela Thompson, BA. Journalism 
Shirley Thompson; BA. Biology 
William Thompson: BA. Chemistry 
Michael Thornhill; BA. Spanish 
Adam Thorp, BA. Chemistry 
Kathenne Thrift; BA. Biology 
Mary Tilley. BA. Education 
ChiquJta Tillman: BS. Business 



Rita Todd. BA. Education 
Ann S Tolar; BA. Education 
Ann Tolar; BA. Psychology 
Cynthia Tomczak; BA. Recreation 
Susan Tomlinson; BA. Education 
Doug Traub; BA. Journalism 
Susan Trent: BA. English 
Stephanie Trogdon; BA. Biology 



Walter Trott; BS. Business 
Lynn Tucker; BS. Business 
Wanda Tumlin; BA. Education 
Larry Turkheimer, BA, Speech Comm. 
Ginny Turner. BA. Education 
Kevin Turner; BA. Rel. & Psych. 
Glenn Tuttle. BA. Geog. & Phys- Ed. 
Billi Underwood: BA. Psychology 



Carolyn Underwood; BS. Nursing 
Joey Underwood; BA. Business 
Wanda Upchurch. BA. French 
Barbara Vail; BA. Phys Ed. 
Lewis VanDyke: BA. Chemistry 
Barbara Vance. BA. French Ed. 
Jacqueline Vaughan, BA, Rec Admin 
Linda Vaughn; BA. Speech Path- & Psych. 



Catherine Vernon; BA, Religion 

Jay Versteeg: BA. Latin Educ. 
Jerry Vest, BS. Bus. Admm 
Debbie Vick; BS. Nursing 
Fred Vinson; BA, Philosophy 
J Vann Vogel; BA. History 
Sasha Vogler; BA. Interdisp Stud 
Cheryl Voss; BA. RTVMP 



George Walker; BA. Biology 
Harold Walker; BS. Bus. Admm. 
Jeffrey Walker: BA. Economics 
Kina Walker; BS. Nursing 
Martha Walker; BA. Poli. Sci- 
Mary Wall; BA. Education 
Charles Wallace; BA. Economics 
Scott Wallace: BS. Crim. Justice 



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Beniamin Wallach. BA. Poll. Sci. 
Diane WallJn; BA. Psychology 
Curt Walton, BA. Poll Sci. 
Linwood Walton, BA. Physics 
Elizabeth Ward, BA. Biology 
Ruthie Ward, BS. Zoology 
Susan Ward. BA. Recreation 
Margo Warhola. BS. Bus. Admin. 



Alice Warlick; BA, Sociology 
Jeffrey Warren, BS. Ind Relations 
Lothtne Warren. BA. Psychology 
Michelle Warren. BA. Intern Studies 
Benjamin Washburn, BS. Accounting 
Ruth Waters, BS. Business 
Bonnie Watkins. BA. Chem. & History 
Barbara Watson; BA. Psychology 



Elizabeth Watson; BA. Philosophy 
Eric Watson; BS, Chemistry 
Harvey Watson. SS, Business 
Carol Wealherly; BA, Poll. Sci. 
Laurte Webster, BA. Inlerdisp Stud 
Olivia Webster; BA. Psychology 
Johanna Wedlock. SS. Crim. Justice 
Mary Wehrle; SS, Nursing 



Melvin Weidner; BA. RTVMP 

Richard Weil; BA. Psychology 
Karen Weisner; BA. Psychology 
Ed Welborn, BS. Crim. Justice 
Deborah Wellons; SS, Pharmacy 
Beverly Wells; BA. English 
Stuart Wells; BA. Journalism 
Lynda Wensil; BSIBA. Ind. Rel.lSoc. 



Evelyn Westarp; BA. Poll. Sci. 
Debbie Weston; BA. Econ. & Chem. 
Theresa Whalen; BS. Business 
Paul Whaley, BA. Pali. Sci. & Speech 
Myra Wheeler; BA. Education 
Harriet Whetchei; BA, Art & History 
Mary Whitcomb; SS, Bus. Admin. 
Benjamin White; BA, Chemistry 



Brian White; BA. Ind. Rel./Econ. 
Cynthia White; BA. English 
Denise White; SS, Bus. Admin. 
Gary White; SS, Bus. Admin. 
P. Lynn Whitesell; SS, Zoology 
Harriett Whitley; BA, Education 
Rusia Whitley. SS. Ind. Rel./Soc. 
Louise Whitmire; BA. Dramatic Art 



Rosemary Whitten; BA. Education 
Jetf Whittington; BA. Economics 
James Wicker, SS, Economics 
Pauta Wiggins; BA. Education 
Thomas Wiggins; BA. Chemistry 
Susan Wiggs; BA, Sociology 
Jim Wilkinson; BA. Economics 
LouAnn Wilkinson; BS. Nursing 



Becky Williams; SS, Business 
Bruce Williams; BS, Journalism 
Clarence Williams; SS, Accounting 
Donald Williams; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Michael Williams. BA. English 
Williams, Paula; BA. Education 
Samantha Williams; BA. Biology 
Susan Williams; BA, Psych. & Soc. 



Claudia Williamson; BA, Speech Comrr 
Maria Williamson; BMED. Music 
Van Williford; BA. Chemistry 
Walker Willingham, SS, Chemistry 
Eugene Wilson, BA. Sociology 
Georgi Wilson: BA. Journ. a Speech 
Phillip Wilson; BS. Bus. Admin. 
Teresa Wilson; BA. Eng. Educ. 



W. Riley Wilson; BA. RTVMP 
Frank Winchell; BA, Anthropology 
Greg Winchester, SS, Bus. Admin. 
William Winn, SS. Bus. Admin. 
Steve Woll; BS. Secondary Ed. 
Janet Wolfe; BS, Nursing 
Patricia Wood, SS. Journalism 
Thomas Wood; BS. Math Sci. 



Don Woodard; BA. RTVMP 
Donald Woodard; BS. Pharmacy 
Melvin Woodard, BA. Poll. Sci. 
Steven Woody; SS, Ind. Relations 
Martha Woolverton, BA. Psychology 
David Woosley; BA. Business 
Louis Wooten; BA. RTVMP 
Woody Wooten; SS, Business 




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Steven Wormley; BS. Accounting 
John Worsley; BA. Zoology 
Amanda Worth; BA. Classical Civ. 
Ford Worthy; BA. Inlerdisp. Stud. 
Jerita Wnght, S^, Drama & RTVMP 
Margaret Wright, BS. Ind. Rel & Psych. 
Nancy Wright; BA. Interdisp. Stud- 
Debra Wynecoff; BA. Chemistry 



Mary Yadusky; BA. Psychology 
Donald Yeatman; BS, Business 
Sister Mary Yenc; SSW, Nursing 
Beverly Yeshion; BS. Nursing 
Bob Young: BS. Bus. Admin. 
M-J- Young; BA, Am. History 
Regina Young; BS, Pub. Health Ed. 
Lee Younts: BA, Psych. & Poli Sci. 



Janet Zaremba; BA, Zoology 
Stephen Zaytoun; BS, Business 
Robert Zerden; BS. Business 
Dale Zinkeler; BA. Chemistry 
Zelda Zoreff; BS. Cosmic Engin. 
Thomas Zuber; BA. Chemistry 
Marie Zurl, BS. Ind. Relations 
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533 



Aaron, Kendra. Soph. 
Abbott. Hal:Fr- 

Abels. Byron: Soph 
Abernath/. Cindy; Soph 
Abernathy. Marydale, Fr. 
Abernathy. Patty; Soph. 
Abernelhy, Mary Lisa; Soph. 
Abrams. Alisa, Fr 
Abfonski, P Adam; Fr. 



Aburn. Daniel; Fr. 
Ackerman. Emmett. Jr.; 
Adams, Barbara; Jr 
Adams. Sill; Jr 
Adams, Kimberlee; Fr. 
Adams, Patricia, Fr. 
Adams, Ricky. Soph- 
Adams, Tad; Soph 
Adams, Windy, Fr. 



Adcock, Charles; Jr. 
Adcock, Martha; Jr 
Adcox, Gordon: Soph. 
Adkins, Beverly: Jr. 
Agner. Sally; Jr 
Agner. Teresa; Jr. 
Ahlborn, Seth; Jr. 
Aiken, Mitchel; Jr. 
Albritton. Colette. Fr. 



Aldrich, Charles II; Soph. 
Aldridge, Chns, Jr. 
Aldridge, George Jr.; Jr. 
Aldridge, Lori, Fr. 
Alexander. Brad; Fr. 
Alexander, James Jr.; Soph. 
Alexander. Laura. Soph. 
Alexander. Tina; Soph. 
Alford, Jacqueline; Fr. 



Allen, Andy; Soph. 
Allea, Betsy, fr. 
Allen, Dale; Fr, 
Allen, Danny; Soph. 
Allen, David; Soph. 
Allen, Debbie, Fr. 
Allen, Donald; Jr. 
Allen. Gregory; Soph. 
Allen, Joan; Jr. 







Allen, 
Allen. 
Allen, 
Allen. 
Allen, 
Allen, 
Allen, 
Allen, 
Allen, 



Karen, Fr. 
Lucy; Soph. 
Mark; Fr. 
Mary; Fr. 
Mary J.; Fr. 
Paula; Jr. 
Raymond; Jr. 
Richard; Soph. 
Rita; Jr. 



Allen, Robert; Soph- 
Allen, Susan; Fr. 
Allman, Mark, Fr. 
Allred, Cathy, Fr. 
Allred. Malinda. Fr. 
Altsbrook, Elizabeth; Soph. 
Almond. Kevin; Fr. 
Almond, Loretta; Fr 
Almond, Rodney; Soph. 



Almond, Teresa; Soph. 

Alspaugh, Martha; Fr. 
Alston, Cynthia: Jr. 
Amaya, Juanita; Fr. 
Ammer, Judy; Jr. 
Anderson. Carolyn; Fr 
Anderson, Joy; Jr. 
Anderson, Karl; Fr. 
Anderson, Ken; Soph. 



Anderson. Lisa; Fr. 
Anderson, Mark; Jr. 
Andrew, John Jr.. Soph. 
Andrews, Carolyn; Fr. 
Andrews, Deborati; Soph. 
Andrews, Suzanne; Fr. 
Andrews, William; Fr. 
Ange, Rodney; Jr. 
Angle, John; Jr. 



Annas, David; Fr. 
Annas. James, Jr. 
Anthony, Martha; Fr. 
Appen, Lindalyn; Fr. 
Applewhite, Cynthia; Fr. 
Arab, Alexander; Fr. 
Armfield, Amy; Soph 
Armfield, Julia; Soph. 
Armstrong, Grant, Jr.; Fr 



Arneach, Teresa; Fr. 
Arnette. Glenn; Jr 
Arnold, Donna; Jr. 
Aronson, Ann; Fr. 
Arquilla, Bruce; Fr. 
Arrington, Dean; Soph. 
Arsneau, Tammi; Soph. 
Arthur. Jeanette; Soph. 
Asayesh, Afsaneh; Soph 





534 









Ashcraft, Mark; Jr. 
Ashford, Jennifer; Fr. 
Ashley, Lynn, Soph. 
Ashmofe. Louise; Jr. 
Ashworth. Ralph; Jf, 
Atkinson. Jane; Fr. 
Auman, Len; Soph. 
Auman, Myra, Soph. 
Austin. James: Jr. 



Austin, Nathaniel; Fr. 

Austin, Sonja; Fr 
Avera, Marian; Soph. 
Avery. Elbert; Fr. 
Avery, Mona; Jr. 
Avery, Pamela; Fr. 
Avery. Romulus Jr.; Soph. 
Avery, Vera, Fr. 
Ayars, Maryann, Soph. 



Aycock, Arlene; Soph. 
Ayers. Brett; Soph. 
Ayers, John Jr.; Jr 
Azar. Phoebe; Fr. 
Babinski, Pete; Soph. 
Bacik-Johnson, Jenny, Soph. 
Bacon, Bart; Fr. 
Bacon. Billy: Soph. 
Bacon, Mary: Fr. 



Bader. Carol; Soph. 
Bagget, Brenda; Jr. 
Saggett, David: Fr. 
Bagley, Caria; Jr. 
Baier. Laura; Jr. 
Bailey, Becky; Jr. 
Bailey. Cynthia: Jr. 
Bailey, Karen; Soph. 
Bailey. Mary; Soph. 



Bailey, Melanie; Fr. 
Bailey, Pam: Soph. 
Bailey, Petey; Fr. 
Bailey. Robin; Jr. 
Bain, M. Susan: Jr. 
Baker, Andy; Soph. 
Baker, Brenda; Jr. 
Baker, Daniel, Fr. 
Baker, Deborah: Soph. 



Baker. Douglas: Fr 
Baker, Monica: Fr. 
Baldwm. Dorothy; Fr. 
Baldwin. Merl; Jr. 
Baldwin, Vincent; Soph. 
Ballard, Margie; Fr. 
Ballard, Stephanie; Soph. 
Ballard, Wanda: Jr, 
Ballinger. Anne; Fr. 



Ballis, Christopher; Soph. 
Bandy, Kent, Fr. 
Banks, Kelly, Soph. 
Banks, Kimberly: Fr. 
Banks. Steven; Jr. 
Banks, Tom; Jr. 
Banner, Laura; Soph. 
Baratta, Mark. Soph. 
Barber. John; Fr. 



Barber, Karen; Jr. 
Barber, Susan; Fr. 
Barber. Wally; Soph. 
Barbour, A Reid; Fr. 
Barbour, Cathy; Fr. 
Barbour, Daniel: Fr. 
Barbour, Michael; Fr. 
Barbour, Sherry: Jr. 
Bardill, Mark; Soph. 



Bartield, John; Soph. 
Barfield. Paula; Jr. 
Barge, Thomas; Fr. 
Barger. Janet: Soph. 
Barker, Kimberly; Jr. 
Barker. Marquita: Jr. 
Barker, Tracy; Fr. 
Barkley, Charlotte: Fr. 
Barkley, David; Soph. 



Barkley. John; Soph. 
Barlow. Gary; Jr. 
Barlowe, Beth; Soph. 
Barlowe, Kimberly; Soph. 
Barnes, Albert; Fr. 
Barnes. Betsy; Fr. 
Barnes. Crystal; Soph. 
Barnes, Michael; Jr. 
Barnes. Mike; Fr. 



Barnes, Nancy: Jr. 
Barnes, Robert; Fr. 
Barnes, Russell; Fr. 
Barnes, Stephen: Soph. 
Barnes, Stephen L.; Fr. 
Barnes, Tom; Jr. 
Barnes, William \l\\ Fr. 
Barnetle, Delora; Jr. 
Barnette, Kim: Soph 



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Barnhardt. Karen. Soph. 
Barnhardt, Luther, Jr 
Barnhill, Denise, Jr 
Barnhill, Robert; fr. 
Barrett, Janet, Pr 
Barretta, Cynthia: Soph. 
Barrier, Pamela; Jr 
Barringer. Brent; Soph. 
Sarris, William; Jr. 



Barrow. Segried; Jr. 
Barry, Melanie; Fr. 
Barllett. Allyson; Soph 
Bartlett. Timothy, Soph- 
Bass. Mike; Fr 
Bass, Robin; Jr. 
Bass, Steven; Jr. 
Bass. Tim. Jr. 
Batchelof, Barbara; Soph. 



Bateman, Mark; Soph. 
Bateman. Vince; Soph. 
Bates. Sheri; Fr. 
Batten, Anne; Fr 
Batten, Edith; Fr. 
Baltigelli, Anne; Fr, 
Baucom. Barbara; Jr. 
Baucom, Gail, Jr 
Baucom, Jill; Soph. 



Baucom, Michael; Fr. 
Baumeister. Marguerite; Soph. 
Baumeister, Marie, Soph. 
Baumheckel, Janet; Jr. 
Baxter. Diane; Soph. 
Bazemore. Ina; Fr. 
Beach, Deborah, Soph. 
Beal, Jo; Soph. 
Beal, Philip; Fr. 



Beam, Olan; Fr. 
Beam, Sheila; Fr. 
Beam, Tonda; Jr. 
Beaman. Celia; Jr. 
Bean, Cindy; Fr. 
Bean, Valehe; Fr. 
Beard, Cynthia; Jr. 
Beard, WiHlam; Jr. 
Beasley. Gtenda; Jr. 



Beatty, Philip; fr 
Beavers, Gary; Jr. 
Beck, Diane; Fr. 
Beckham, Jean; Soph. 
Bedell, Frank; Fr. 
Bedford, Deborah; Soph. 
Bedford, Jerrell; Fr. 
Beeson, Donald; Fr. 
Beezer. Kathryn; Fr. 



Beglln, Bob; Soph. 

Behm, John; Jr. 
Behringer, Brenda; Fr. 
Bell, Calvin; Jr 
Bell, Elizabeth; Jr 
Bell. Glen; Fr. 
Bell. Glynis; Fr. 
Bell, James; Jr. 
Bell. Vickie; Fr 



Bellar. Helen; Soph. 
Belton. Robin; Fr. 

Bender, Teresa; Fr 
Benfield, Karen; Jr. 
Benjamin. Ann, Jr 
Bennett, Lee, Jr 
Bennett. Nancy; Soph. 
Bennett. Robert; Jr 
Benolken. Susan, Fr. 



Bentley. Beverly; Jr. 
Benlley, Karen; Jr. 

Benton, Teresa; Fr. 
Bergen. Gabnella; Jr 
Bernhardt, Linn; Soph. 
Bernhoft, Nancy; Fr. 
Beroth, Rick. Jr. 
Berrier, Tammy; Soph. 
Berry, Delma Jr.; Fr. 



Berry, Marjorie; Jr 
Berry. Melisa; Fr. 
Berryhill. Carol; Fr. 
Berryhill, Elizabeth, Fr. 
Bessent, Peggy; Soph. 
Best, Frank; Fr. 
Best, Sheri; Fr. 
Bethea, Allen; Soph. 
Beutler, Mark; Fr 



Bianchi, Robert; Fr. 
Bigelow, Dorene; Fr. 
Biggs, Daniel; Fr. 
Biggs. David; Soph. 
Bigham. Michael; Jr, 
Biles, Tamara; Fr 
Billinglsey, John; Jr, 
Billingsley, Pauia; Fr. 
Bily, Patnce; Soph 



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Brnkley, Cynthia; Soph. 
Birch, Jim; Fr. 
Birke, Amy. Soph- 
Biro. Maria; Jr. 
Bishop, Carol. Soph 
Bishop. John; Soph. 
Bishop, RoAnn; Soph. 
Bivens, Elizabeth; Jr. 
Bivens. Mark; Fr. 



Black, Earl; Fr. 
Black, Lawrence Jr.; Soph 
Black, Ron; Soph. 
Black. Theresa. Jr. 
Blackburn, Marcia; Jr. 
Blackerby, Nan; Fr. 
Blackley, Linda; Fr. 
Blackmon, Chris; Fr. 
Blackwell. Carol; Soph. 



Blackwell, Jetf; Soph 
Blackwell, Robert; Soph 
Blackwell, Waller; Jr 
Blackwood, Vanessa Fr 
Blades, Helen; Fr 
Blake, C. Gregory; Soph 
Blake, David Fr 
Blake. Greg, Fr. 
Blalock, Kalhy, Sopft 

Blalock, Tony; Jr. 
Bland, Robert Jr • F/- 
Blanton. Tom; Fr. 
Bledsoe, Louis; Soph 
Bledsoe, Robin, Fr 
Btevins, Sherry Jr 
Bliss. Katherme; Jr- 
Blizzard, Allyson- Fr 
Blizzard. Wendee; Soph 



Blodgett. Peter: Soph. 

Blomquist, Shelley; Soph. 
Blount, Jacqueline. Fr 
Blount, Stacy; Fr. 
Blue, Martha; Fr. 
Blum, Andrew; Jr. 
Blumberg. John; Soph. 
BIythe. Julia; Soph. 
Boatwright, Ron; Soprt. 



Bodman. Lydia; Soprt. 
Bohler, Jan; Fr. 
Boland, Edith; Jr. 
Boland, Susan; Jr. 
Bolch. Stacey; Fr. 
Boles, Beth; Fr. 
Bolick, Maria; Fr. 
Boling, Barbara; Soph. 
Bond, Marcia; Fr. 



Bond, Patricia; Fr. 
Bondurant, Ward; Fr. 
Bone. Jesse; Fr. 
Boneparth, Peter; Jr. 
Soney, Lourae; Soph. 
Boney, Sara; Soph. 
Booe. Dana; Jr. 
Booker, Erik. Fr 
Boone. Derrick; Jr. 



Boone, Terry; Fr. 

Boone, William III; Soph. 
Booth, Ernest III; Fr. 
Booth, Rachel; Fr. 
Boriack, Jane; Fr. 
Borlon. Laura. Soph. 
Boshamer, Cary; Fr. 
Bosso, Bruce; Jr. 
Bost. Gail; Jr. 



Bostic. Karen; Jr. 
Bostic. Mary; Fr. 
Bosworth, Julie; Fr. 
Boulton. Christopher; Fr. 
Bowden. Katherine; Fr. 
Bowden, Marshall Jr.; Jr. 
Bowden, Shan; Jr. 
Bowen, Mary, Fr. 
Bowen, Pam; Fr. 



Bowen. Susanna; Jr. 
Bowers, Cynthia; Soph. 
Bowers, H Alex. Jr. 
Bowers, Jamie; Fr. 
Bowers, Marian; Fr. 
Bowers. Sue; Jr. 
Bowles. Jan; Jr. 
Bowlin, Kathy; Soph. 
Bowman. Cynthia, Jr. 



Bowman. David, Jr. 
Bowman, Debra; Fr. 
Bowman, Juanita; Soph. 
Bowman, Ray; Soph. 
Bowman, Ricky; Jr. 
Bowman, Tamara; Soph 
Boyce. Mark; Soph. 
Boyd, F, Leslie; Jr. 
Boyd. Karen; Fr. 



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Boyette, Brenda: Soph. 
Boyette, F Elaine, Soph. 
Boyette, Flo. Fr. 
Boyette, Joel; Fr. 
Boyette. Natalie. Soph. 
Boyette. WillJam; Jr. 
Boykin. Sara. Soph. 
Boyles, Wayne; Jr. 
Boynton. Edward. Jr. 



Boynton. Robert, Jr. 
Bozymski, Michael; Soph 
Bracken, Rtta; Jr. 
Bracket, Susan; Fr. 
Bracket!, Renee; Soph. 
Braden. June. Fr. 
Bradfield, Liza; Fr. 
Bradford, Cheryl; Soph. 
Bradford, Susan. Soph. 



Bradley, Bill; Soph. 
Bradley, Leca, Jr. 
Bradley, Wilham; Jr. 
Bradshaw. Elizabeth; Jr. 
Bradshaw, Hoyt Jr., Soph. 
Bradshaw, Sha, Soprt. 
Bradsher, Beverly. Fr 
Bradsher, Donna, Fr. 
Brasher, James; Soph. 



Brady. Crysty; Fr. 
Brady, Elizabeth; Fr. 
Brady, Jill, Fr. 
Brady, John; Jr. 
Brady. Pamela; Jr. 
Brady, Steven; Soph. 
Brafford, Cmdi; Jr. 
Brafford, Joan; Jr. 
Bragg. Rae; Soph. 



Bragg, Terry; Jr. 
Brainard, Bradford; Jr. 
Brake, Terry; Soph. 
Brame, Norman; Fr. 
Branch, Betsy; Jr. 
Branch, Bob; Soph. 
Branch, Carol; Jr. 
Branch, Mary; Soph. 
Branch. Steptnen; Jr, 



Branch, Vaughan; Jr. 
Brandt, Stacey; Jr, 
Brandt, Susan; Jr. 
Brank. Joe. Jr. 
Branner, William; Fr. 
Brannock, Michael; Fr. 
Brannon. Bill; Fr. 
Brannon. Rhonda; Soph. 
Branscomb, Ralph Jr.; Jr. 



Brantley. Joanne; Fr. 
Brantley, Rebecca; Fr. 
Brantley, Stephen; Jr, 
Braswell, Brocket!, Jr. 
Braswell, Kenneth; Jr. 
Braswell. Mark; Jr. 
Brawiey, Becky; Fr. 
Braxton, Beverly; Jr. 
Bray. Anthony; Fr. 



Breakey, Peter; Fr 

Breedlove, Alisa; Fr. 
Breedlove, Mark; Fr. 
Breeze, Lanita; Soph. 
Breeze, Lisa; Fr. 
Breidenthal, Lori; Fr. 
Bremer, Anna; Soph. 
Breitenberger, Gisele; Fr. 
Brendle, Janet; Fr. 



Brennan, Kathleen; Soph. 
Brennan, Shannon; Soph. 
Brenner. Van; Jr. 
Brewer, Cindy; Fr. 
Brewer, David; Soph. 
Brewer, Debra; Fr 
Brewer, Lloyd; Jr. 
Brewer, Scott; Jr. 
Brewer, Wanda; Jr. 



Bridger, Elaine; Jr. 
Bridger, Patricia; Fr. 
Bridgers. Ellen; Fr. 
Bridges, Bettina; Jr. 
Bridges, Janis; Jr. 
Briggs. Jennifer; Jr. 
Briggs. Susan, Fr. 
Bright, Edward Jr ; Jr. 
Brill, David; Fr 



Bringle, Kim; Fr. 
Brisson. Julianne; Jr, 
Britt, Cheryl; Jr. 
Britl. Kevin; Fr. 
Britt, Nancy. Fr. 
Bnttain, Tammv. Soph. 
Broadwell. Sharon; Fr. 
Brock, Julia: Fr. 
Brock. Lisa; Soph. 








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Brock, Mane;fr, 
Brockmann, Jeanne; Soph 
Brody, Sharon; Fr 
Brogden, Amelia; Fr. 
Bronnenberg, Jeff; Fe. 
Brooks, Oonna: Soph 
Brooks. Karen: Fr. 
Brooks. Nora. Fr 
Brooks, Penny; Jr. 



Brookshire. Anne; Soph 
Brookshire. Jeft; Soph. 
Brotherton, Deborah; Soph. 
Brolherton. Peggy; Jr. 
Brower, Patty, Fr. 
Brown. Anita, Fr. 
Brown, Beanre; Jr. 
Brown. Beverly: Jr. 
Brown, Blon Jr ; Fr. 



Brown, Bonnie: Sopft. 
Brown. Christopher; Soph. 

Brown, David, Fr. 
Brown, Donald; Fr. 
Brown, Elizabeth: Jr. 
Brown, Hugh; Fr. 
Brown, Janet. Jr. 
Brown, Kevin; Soph. 
Brown, Kyle: Jr. 



Brown. Linda; Fr. 
Brown. Lisa: Jr 
Brown, Lorre, Jr 
Brown, Michael, Fr. 
Brown. Michelle; Soph. 
Brown. Norman; Jr. 
Brown, Rachel; Jr. 
Brown, Retta: Fr. 
Brown. Sallie; Fr. 



Brown, Sharon; Fr 
Brown, Sherry; Fr. 
Brown, Todd; Soph. 
Browne, Maier; Jr 
Browning, Bill; Fr. 
Brownlow, David; Fr. 
Broyhiii, Sandra: Fr. 
Bruce, Craig, Sopft. 
Bruce. Dena: Fr. 



Bruce, Kevin, Fr 
Brueckner, Helen; Jr. 
Bruning, Patncia; Soph. 
Bryan. Charles: Fr. 
Bryan. Debra: Fr. 
Bryan, JiM; Soph. 
Bryant, Beth; Fr. 
Bryant, Judy; Jr. 
Bryant. Pamela; Jr. 



Bryant, flick; Jr 
Bryant. Shernetta; Soph 
Bryson, Ricky: Jr. 
Buchanan, Mary: Soph 
Buckner, Joseph. Fr. 
Buckner, Kathy; Fr. 
Bugg, Fern: Fr. 
Bugni, Bnan; Soph. 
Buie. Graham; Fr. 



Bulla. Keith; Fr. 
Bullings. Bruce: Soph. 
Bullock. Alma; Jr. 
Bullock. Kim; Fr 
Bullock. William: Fr. 
Bulluck, Corbi: Jr. 
Bunce, Leslie: Soph. 
Bunch. Brian: Soph, 
Bunch. Carlie; Soph 



Bunch. Maurice. Soph. 
Bundy, Jeffrey; Fr. 
Bunker, Anne: Jr. 
Bunn. Sandy: Jr, 
Bunn, Tammy. Fr. 
Buonaiuto, Barbara: Fr, 
Buoyer, Lewis: Fr. 
Burch, Meianie; Fr. 
Burch, Yvonne; Fr. 



Burchell. Ernest: Soph. 
Burcher. Jeff; Fr. 
Burgess, Robert. Fr. 
Burgiss, Timothy: Soph. 
Burke, David: Jr 
Burkhardt, Bob; Fr. 
Burkheimer. Susan; Jr. 
Burleson, Alison. Fr. 
Burniske, Richard; Fr. 



Burns. Brian; Fr. 

Burns, Charles; Fr. 
Bums, Frances; Jr. 
Burrell, Kim: Jr. 
Burrell. Sally; Fr 
Burroughs, Jane; Jr. 
Burroughs, Terrence; Soph. 
Burton. Angela; Fr. 
Burton. Wimberly; Jr. 



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Busby. Catherine: Soph. 
Bush. Bin. Fr. 
Bush, Colleen; Fr. 
Butler. Angela; Soph 
Buller, Candi, Jr. 
Butler, Maria, Soph. 
Buller, Paula; Jr. 
Butler, Wendy; Fr. 
Butts. Gene Jr ; Fr. 



Butts. Ricky; Jr. 

Butz, Deborah. Jr. 
Byars, Karen; Fr. 
Byck, David, Fr 
Bynum. James III; Soph. 
Bynum, R,L.; Fr. 
Byrd. John: Jr. 
Byrd. Lois; Soph. 
Byrd. Pam: Soph 



Byrd. Tammie; Fr. 
Cable. Cynthia, Fr. 
Cadmus. Lynn, Fr. 
Cage, John, Fr. 
Cagle, Dana; Jr 
Cain, Billie. Fr. 
Cam. Gary; Soph. 
Cain. Lisa; Fr. 
Calder, Gayle; Soph. 



Caldwell. Carole; Fr. 
Caldwell. Charles; Soph. 
Caldwell. Franklin; Fr. 
Caldwell. James Jr.; Fr. 
Calendine, Theresa; Jr. 
Calhoun, Alexander; Soph. 
Call, Steven; Fr. 
Callaghan, Lisa; Jr. 
Callahan, Peter; Fr. 



Callaway, Joyce; Fr. 
Callicott, Anne; Fr. 
Callison, Frank; Soph. 
Cameio, Malvina; Jr. 
Camp, Edward; Jr. 
Camp, Mary; Fr. 
Campbell, Carol. Fr. 
Campbell, Catherine; Jr. 
Campbell, James; Soph. 



Campbell. Janet; Fr. 
Campbell, Martha; Fr. 
Campbell, Melanie; Soph. 
Campbell. Robert; Soph. 
Campbell, Sherri; Jr. 
Campbell. Susan; Soph. 
Campbell, Susan L.; Soph 
Campbell. Terri; Fr. 
Canada. Aaron; Soph. 



Canipe. Angela; Soph. 
Canipe. John; Jr. 
Cannon, Jerry; Fr. 
Canoutas, Catherine; Jr. 
Cantwell. Theo.Jr. 
Cape!, Mary. Jr. 
Cappel. Powel; Fr. 
Caputo, Rene: Fr. 
Carbaugh. Wanda; Soph. 



Carbery, Rosemary; Soph. 
Carey, Joel; Jr. 
Carl. Lisa; Fr. 
Carlelon. James; Soph. 
Carlson, Robert Jr.; Fr. 
Carlton, Eddie; Soph. 
Carlton, Lynn; Soph. 
Carlton. William; Fr. 
Carpenter. Elizabeth; Jr. 



Carpenter. Elizabeth; Soph. 
Carpenter, Larry; Soph. 
Carpenter, Mark; Fr. 
Carpenter, Maria; Jr. 
Carpenter, Patricia; Fr. 
Carpenter, Robert; Fr. 
Carpenter, Walter; Jr. 
Carr, Amy; Fr. 
Carr, Catherine; Jr. 



Carr, Floyd Jr.; Jr. 
Carr. Kelly; Soph. 
Carr. Kimberly; Fr. 
Carr, Virginia; Fr. 
Carrion, Luis, Soph. 
Carson, Janet; Jr. 
Carswell. Carol; Fr. 
Carter, Beth; Soph- 
Carter, Betty; Jr. 



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Carter, 
Carter, 
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Carter, 



Cindy; Jr. 
Cynthia; Fr, 
David ; Jr. 
Jane. Fr. 
Jeffrey; Soph. 
Kathy; Soph. 
Pam; Soph 
Sherry; Fr. 
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Cartret. Judy: Fr 
Cartwnght. Lisa; Jr. 
Carver. Git: Fr 
Case, Martin: Jr. 
Casey. Ellen: Soph. 
Casey. Patrick; Fr 
Cash, Brennan; Jr. 
Castelloe, Jenny: Soph- 
Castle, Shen; Fr 



Castles, Denise; Jr. 
Gates, Cynthia; Jr 

Caudle, Kathenne; Jr. 
Caudle. Michael, Jr. 
Cauley, Elizabeth; Soph 
Causey, Sarah; Fr. 
Cavanaugh, Craig: Soph. 
Cavanaugh, Gary; Fr. 
Cavin, Alice; Soph. 



Caviness. James: Jr. 
Cawthorne, Phyllis: Jr. 
Cecil, Howard; Soph. 
Carrie. AKred; Fr. 
Champion, Ricky: Soph. 
Chandler, Karen; Soph 
Chandler. Michael; Jr. 
Chaplin, Dale; Fr. 
Chapman, Allston; Fr 



Chapman, Cynthia; Jr. 
Chapman, Ronnie; Fr 
Chapman, William; Jr. 
Chappell, Anita; Fr. 
Chappeli, Wanda; Soph. 
Charest, Laura. Fr. 
Charlton, Donald; Sop/). 
Cheadle, Eleshia; Soph. 
Cheek, Ricky; Soph. 



Cherry, Ada: Soph. 
Cherry. Joe; Fr. 
Cherry, Laura; Fr. 
Cherry, Lisa; Jr. 
Cherry, Yvonne; Jr. 
Chess, Eve; Fr. 
Chesser, John; Fr. 
Chesson, Leslie; Fr 
Chesson, Susan; Soph. 



Childers. Gary; Fr. 
Chilton, Leslie; Jr. 
Chitty, Catherine; Soph. 
Chnsawn, Chns; Fr. 
Church, Loh; Fr. 
Church, Matt; Soph. 
Churn, Margaret; Jr. 
Ciampa. David; Soph 
Clapp, Wallace. Jr. 



Clardy. James: Fr. 
Clark, Beth: Fr 
Clark, Eileen; Jr. 
Clark, Gina, Fr. 
Clark, Jeanne: Fr. 
Clark, Karen; Jr. 
Clark, Marcia; Soph. 
Clark, Richard: fr, 
Clark. Sarah; Jr. 



Clark. Stephanie; Soph. 
Clarke, A. Bruce; Jr. 
Clarke, Dwellen Joy. Jr. 
Clarke, Kim; Jr. 
Clarkson, Francis; fr. 
Clarkson. Julia; Soph. 
ClawBon, Leigh; Soph. 
Clay, Jerry. Fr. 
Clay. Mike; Fr. 



Clayton. Frank; Fr. 
Clayton, Graves; Jr. 
Clayton, Janet; Jr. 
Clayton. Matthew; Soph. 
Cleaver, Julia; Soph. 
Clem, Mark; Soph. 
Clement, Daniel, Soph, 
Clement. Michael; Soph. 
demons, Edward: Soph- 



Cleveland, Tracy; Soph. 
Clevenger, Brent; Soph. 
Cljfton, Susan; Fr. 
Clinard, Susan; Fr. 
CIrne. Kelly; fr. 
Cline, Phillip; Soph. 
Cloninger, Beth; Fr. 
Cloninger, Teresa: Soph. 
Close, Walter; Soph. 



Clubb, Lynn; Soph. 
Coates, T.J,; Jr. 
Cobb, Ann; Jr. 
Cobb, Charles Jr ; Jr 
Cobb, David; Jr. 
Cobb, Doug: Fr. 
Cobey, A. Elizabeth; Jr. 
Cochrane, Jean; Soph. 
Cockerham, J Beth; Fr. 



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Cockrell, SanJord; Soph. 

Cocolas, Harry; Soph. 
Coe, David, Soph. 
Coefield. Gretchen; Jr 
Coffey, Kevin, Fr 
Coffey, Mike, Soph 
Coffey. Rita, Soph. 
Coffey, WJIlfam; Fr. 
Cohen. Kalhryn; Soph. 



Cohen, Robin, Jr 
Coker, Charles: Fr. 
Colby, Jeanne; Fr. 
Colby, Laura; Soph 
Cole, Edward Jr.; Soph. 
Cole, Julia, Jr. 
Cole. Paul; Jr. 
Cole. Rebel; Jr. 
Coleman. Elizabeth; Fr. 



Colgan. Amy; Jr. 
Collawn. Jim; Fr. 
Colletie, Mary: Soph. 
Collette, Roy III; Fr. 
Collier, Clay; Fr. 
Collier, Marian, Fr 
Collier, Warren; Soph- 
Collins, James II; Soph 
Collins. Jo Lynn: Soph. 



Collins, John; Fr. 
Collins. Julianne. Soph. 
Collins. Kathleen; Fr. 
Collins. Kim, Fr. 
Colpitts, Jennifer; Soph 
Colson, Frederick; Jr. 
Colvard, Ransom; Jr. 
ColweM, Marsha; Soph. 
Combs, Denise; Fr. 



Combs. Timothy; Fr. 
Comer, Cheryl; Soph. 
Comer, Karen; Soph. 
Compton, Mary; Jr. 
Compton, Renee; Fr. 
Cone, Barbara; Fr. 
Cone, Billy; Fr. 
Conner, Jeff; Soph. 
Conner, Suzy; Soph. 



Considine, R. Tobias; Jr. 
Constance, Neil, Fr. 
Cook, Carolyn; jr. 
Cook, Lynn; Jr. 
Cook, Mifzi; Fr. 
Cook, Ridgely; Jr. 
Cook, Sue Ann; Fr. 
Cook, Terri, Fr. 
Cooke, Carolyn; Soph. 



Cooke, Cathy; Fr. 
Cooke, Richard; Soph. 
Cooley. Harold; Soph, 
Coombs, Danny; Jr. 
Coombs, G. Craig; Jr 
Cooper, Art, Jr. 
Cooper, Christie; Soph. 
Cooper, Eddie; Soph. 
Cooper, Fletcher; Soph. 



Cooper. Jim; Soph. 
Cooper, Judson; Jr. 
Cooper, Pell; Fr. 
Coppage. Dudley; Fr. 
Coppedge, Christopher; Soph. 
Corbett, Pam; Fr. 
Corbin, Crajg; Fr. 
Corcoran, Alyson; Fr. 
Corcoran, Deborah; Fr. 



Cormack, Kendra; Fr. 
Corn. Sandra; Soph. 
Cornatzer, Leiia; Soph. 
Cornell, "Dwighl, Jr 
Cornick, John: Soph 
Cornwell, Chris; Soph. 
Cornwell, Robin, Fr. 
Corpening, John; Fr. 
Cotton, Joseph; Fr. 



Cottrell. Lisa; Fr. 
Cottrel!. Sylvia; Fr. 
Coulter, Mark; Jr 
Cousins, Cathy; Jr. 
Covington, Laura. Fr. 
Covington, Lynne; Jr, 
Cowan, Douglas, Fr. 
Coward, Elizabeth; Fr. 
Cowell, David; Fr 



Cox, Ann; Soph. 
Cox, Carolyn, Fr. 
Cox, Cynthia; Jr. 
Cox, Ellie; Jr. 
Cox, Glenn Jr ; Fr. 
Cox. Jeff; Jr. 
Cox, Jim; Soph. 
Cox, Kathy;fr, 
Cox, Kenzie; Fr. 



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Cox, Kris. Soph. 


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Cox. Martha, Soph. 


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Cox, Michael; Jr. 


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Cox, Mifch; Soph. 


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Cox, Shannon; Fr. 


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Cox. T.mofhy; Fr. 
Crabtree. Kim; Fr. 


Craft. Amy; Fr. 


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Craig, Caran; Soph 




Craig, Chris Fr 


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Craig, Julie, fr. 


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Craig, Nancy; Jr. 


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Craig, Tony, Fr. 


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Crambes, Lea; Fr 




Cramer. Bob; Jr 


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Crane. Vicki; Soph. 


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Cranford, Cynthia; fr. 









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Cranford. Greg; Soph. 
Craven, Erie IV; Soph, 
Craven, Karen; Fr. 
Crawford, Donna; Soph 
Crawford. Joseph; Soph. 
Cravirford. Mary; Jr. 
Crawford, Parrish; Soph. 
Creech, Kerri; Jr 
Creech. William; Fr. 



Creekmuir, Harry; Jr 
Creekmuir. Susan; Soph 
Crenshaw, Deborah; Fr. 
Crenshaw, Martha; Jr. 
Cress. Andrew. Jr 
Cress, Carolyn; Fr. 
Cress, Janel, Fr. 
QTev»s. Alan; Fr. 
Crews, Kenneth: Soph, 



Crisco. Charlie; Jr 
Cronen. Sabrina; Fr. 
Crooke. Marie; Jr. 
Crotts, Dal; Soph. 
Crow. Warran. Soph, 
Crown. Sara; Fr. 
Crudup, Donna; Fr 
Crump. Mark; Fr. 
Crump. Scott; Fr. 



Grumpier. Diane; Jr. 
Grumpier, Vicki; Jr. 
Crumpter, Gwen; Fr. 
Crutchfteld; Harmon Fr 
Crutchfield, William; Soph 
Cudd, Ted; J- 
Culbertson, Billy; Soph. 
Culbertson, Ruth; Soph 
Cummings. Elizabeth; Fr. 



Cummings, Elizabeth; Jr 
Cummings, Ike; Jr. 
Cummings. Mark. Jr. 
Gummings, Susan; Fr. 
Cunningham. AJice; Soph. 
Cunningham, Art; Soph 
Cupstid, Carolyn; Fr_ 
Gureton, Jesse: Fr. 
Cunie. Alfred; Fr. 



Currin, Cynthia; Soph. 

Currin, Neely; Soph. 
Curry, Kim; Jr. 
Curtis, Rick. Soph. 
Cusack. Brian; Fr. 
Cuthrefl. Karen; Fr. 
Cutler. Barbara; Fr. 
Cutler, Richard; Jr. 
Dabbs. Randy; Jr. 



Daily, Marian; Jr. 
Daly. Dail: Jr. 
Daly, David; Fr. 
Daniel. Carla; Fr. 
Daniel, Christine; Jr. 
Daniel. Deborah; Jr. 
Daniel, Dorothy; Jr. 
Daniel. Eula; Jr. 
Daniel. Maria; Fr. 



Daniel. Ruth; fr. 
Daniels. Jan; Jr 
Darden, Opal; Soph. 
Darnell, Joanna; Fr. 
Darnell, Terry; Fr. 
Daugherty. Margaret Fr 
Daugherty, Silas; Soph. 
Davenport, Laura; Jr. 
Davidson, Larry; Soph- 



Davidson. Mary; Jr. 
Davidson, Tammy; Fr. 
Davis. Angela: Fr. 
Davis, Angela D ; Jr. 
Davis, Ann; Fr. 
Davis, Archie Jr ; Fr. 
Davis, Brenda; Soph. 
Davis. Chip; Soph. 
Davis. Deborah; Jr. 



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Davis. 
Davis. 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis. 
Davis. 
Davis. 
Davis. 
Davis, 



Dorothy; Fr. 
Ed; Soph 
Elizabeth; Fr. 
Elizabeth; Fr. 
Eva. Fr. 
Helen; Jr. 
Jackie; Fr. 
Jane; Soph. 
Joan; Fr. 



Davis. John; Fr. 
Davis, Kimberly: Jf, 
Davis, Marian; Jr 
Davis. Mark; Soph. 
Davis. Mary; Soph 
Davis, Meilany, Soph 
Davis, Mike; Soph 
Davis, Mike; Fr 
Davis, Nancy; Fr. 



Davis. 
Davis, 
Davis. 
Davis, 
Davis. 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis. 
Davis, 



Page; Jr 
Randy; Soph. 
Ricky; Soph. 
Ron ; Fr. 
Sarah; Jr. 
Scott; Jr. 
Sheila; Soph- 
Scott; Soph. 
Susan; Fr. 



Davis, Sylvia; Fr. 
Davis, Tami; Fr. 
Davis, Wayne; Jr. 
Davis, William; Fr. 
Davison, Lynn; Soph. 
Dawkins, Becky; Fr. 
Dawkins, William Jr.; Fr. 
Day. Judith; Fr. 
Deal. Cynthia; Jr. 



Deal, Stephen; Fr. 
Dean. Caria; Jr 
Dean, Marcy; Jr. 
Deane, Paul; Soph. 
DeArman, Dawn; Fr. 
DeArmon, Cynthia, Jr 
DeBfunner, Susan; Fr. 
DeCamp. Susan; Soph. 
DeCarlo. Mark; Soph. 



Decker, Susan; Soph. 
Dedmond, Betty; Fr. 
Dedmond. Julia; Soph. 
Deener. Christie, Fr. 
Dees, Amelia; Jr. 
Deese, Dale. Soph. 
Deese, Ricky; Soph. 
Delaney, Kimberly; Jr. 
Deloatch, Lillian; Soph. 



DeMott. Donald; Jr. 
Dempsey, Butch; Fr. 
Denning, Bruce. Soph- 
Dennis. Jane; Fr. 
Dennis, Wanda; Jr. 
Denton, Edna; Fr. 
Denton, Johnnie; Fr. 
Denton, Mary; Soph. 
DeHochi. Lynn; Fr. 



Derr, Mary; Fr. 
Dest. Richard; Jr. 
DeVette, Traci; Fr. 
DeVine, Michael; Fr. 
OeVine, Stephen; Jr. 
Dewey, Man; Soph. 
Deyton. John III, Jr. 
Dibbert, William; Jr. 
Dicconson. John, Jr. 



DiCenzo. Susan; Fr. 
Dickerson. Bruce; Jr. 
Dickerson, Lynne; Fr 
Dickerson, Susan; Fr 
Dickson, Mary Jane; Soph. 
Dietnch, Jody; Soph 
DiGisi. Diane. Jr. 
Dillard. Temple; Soph. 
Dillingham. Deana; Jr. 





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Dillon. Jane; Soph. 
Dillon, Mary; Soph. 
Dillon. Thomas; Jr. 
Dills. Diane; Jr. 
Dinkins, Greg; Fr. 
Dixon. Phyllis. Fr. 
Dixon, Teresa; Jr. 
Doares, Steven. Fr. 
Doberstein, Lisa; Jr, 



Dodd. Davtd ;Jr, 
Dodd, Parker; Jr, 
Dodd. Randall, Soph. 
Dodson, Gena. Fr 
Dodson. George. Fr. 




Doles. Donna; Fr. 
Dollar, Jennifer; Fr. 
Doloboff. Joseph, Fr. 
Dooley, Elizabeth; Jr. 
Dorman, Brent; Soph. 
Dorman, Glen, Fr. 
Dorset!. Dewey; Jr. 
Doster. Karol;/=r 
Doster. Katherine; Soph. 



Dotson, Jeff; Jr. 
Doub, Patti; Soph. 
Douthit, Jeffrey; Fr 
Dove. Bonnie. Soph. 
Dove. Cynthia; Soph. 
Dowdle. Jason, Jr. 
Dowdy. Dru; Soph. 
Dowling, Laurie; Fr. 
Downey, Anne-Marie; Soph. 



Downing. Cindy; Soph. 
Downing, Dalnesa. Jr. 
Downs. Leigh; Soph 
Doyle, Suzann. Jr. 
Drach, Tracy; Soph. 
Draper. Jackie; Fr. 
Drate. Jessica; Fr. 
Dresser. Janette; Fr. 
Drews. Kathy; Fr. 



Drum. Barry; Soph. 
Drum, Cynthia; Soph. 
Drury. Linda; Soph. 
Drye. Cheryl; Fr. 
Drye. Donna; Fr. 
Dudley, Frances; Soph. 
Dudley, Sherry; Fr. 
Duffy, Greg; Fr. 
Duke. Robin; Fr. 



Duncan. Ronnie; Soph. 
Duntap, Scott; Soph. 
Dunn. Carol; Soph. 
Dunn, J. Walston; Soph. 
Dunn. John Jr.; Soph. 
Dunne. Margaret; Soph. 
Dupere, William; Fr. 
Dupree. Kimberly; Fr. 
Dupree. Lauren; Jr. 



Dupree. William; Jr. 
Durham, Christine; Fr. 
Durham. Harrod; Jr. 
Durham, Jana; Soph. 
Durham, Lisa; Jr. 
Durham. Richard; Soph. 
Durham, Sandra, Jr 
Duvai, Gene Jr.; Fr. 
Duval, L. Daniel; Fr. 



Duvall. Ann: Jr. 
Duyck. Sheila; Soph. 
Dwight, Edward; Fr. 
Dye. Sheila; Soph. 
Dyer. Beverly; J/-, 
Eades, Kimali; Soph. 
Eagle. Joe; Jr. 
Eagle. Linda; Fr. 
Eaker. Cindy; Fr, 



Eaker, James. Soph. 
Eakes, Grace; Jr. 
Eanes. Melissa; Soph. 
Earnhardt, David; Fr. 
Eason. Natalie; Soph- 
Eaton, Sherry; Fr. 
Ebert. David; Soph. 
Ebron, Bessie; Fr. 
Eckles. Catherine: Jr. 



Eddtngs, Ted; Soph. 
Eddins, Beth: Fr. 

Edge, Paula; Jr. 
Edmiston, Henry: Soph. 
Edmiston, Lisa; Fr. 
Edmond, Rosa; Fr. 
Edmonds, Jackie; Jr 
Edwards, Andrew; Soph. 
Edwards. Deborah; Jr. 



Edwards. Jan; Jr. 
Edwards, Keith; Soph. 
Edwards, Lesa: Fr. 
Edwards, Mike; Fr. 
Edwards, Rebecca; Jr. 
Edwards, Romulus; Fr. 
Edwards, Timothy, Fr. 
Eisenmenger. Jennifer 
Elder, Kim; Soph. 



Eldridge, Cheryl, Fr. 
Elium, Denise; Fr. 
Elktns, Daniel; Jr. 
Ellenberg, Keith: Jr. 
Eller, Eric; Jr 
Eller, Mary. Fr. 
Ellett, Martha; Soph. 
Ellington, Anne; Fr. 
Ellington, Betsy; Jr 



Elliot, LouAnn, Fr. 
Elliott, Deborah: Jr 
Elliott. Eric; fr 
Ellion. Karen; Fr 
Elliott, Kathryn; Soph. 
Elliott, Patti, Jr 
Elliott, Phyllis, Soph. 
Elliott, Sally, Soph. 
Ellis. Barry. Soph. 



Ellis. Charlie Jr.; Fr. 
Ellis. Laura; Soph 
Ellis, Nick; Soph. 
Ellis, Terri. Fr. 
Ellison. Charles. Soph- 
Ellison, Rebecca, Soph. 
Ellison, Strib, Jr. 
Ellison, Suzanne; Fr. 
Elmore. Donald; Fr. 



Elmore. Laurie; Fr. 
Elmore. Robert, Fr. 
Emery, Ann. Soph. 
Emken, Judith, Jr. 
Engel, Pamela; Jr. 
Engelhardt, J. Mark; Soph. 
Entwistle, Janet; Soph. 
Entwistle, Lynda. Jr. 
Epiee. Kelly; Soph. 



Epiee, Robert Jr.. Soph. 

Ervin. Charles. Jr. 
Eskndge, Allison; Fr. 
Eskridge, Martha; Fr. 
Esquivel, Margaret, Jr. 
Essen. Allison; Soph. 
Estep, Katherine. Jr. 
Estep. Teresa; Soph. 
Estes. Edward; Jr. 



Eudy, Leslie; Soph. 
Eure, Bennie; Soph. 
Evans, Cynthia; Soph. 
Evans. Edith. Soph 
Evans, J. Holt; Soph. 
Evans. Larry; jr. 
Evans, Pam; Jr. 
Evans, Vicky; Jr. 
Evans, Wilma; Soph. 



Everhart, Faye; Jr. 
Everhart, Jimmy, Soph. 
Everton, Debra; Jr. 
Eyrich, Lillian; Fr. 
Ezzell, Pamela; Fr. 
Faggarl, Sabrma; Fr. 
Fahl, Elizabeth; Jr. 
Faircloth, Kathenne; Fr. 
Fairleigh, Paul; Soph. 



Faison, Mary; Fr. 
Faison, Teresa; Soph 
Faison, Walter Jr , Fr. 
Farlow, Debbie, Fr. 
Farlow, Denise; Jr. 
Farmer, David. Fr. 
Farmer, Deborah; Jr. 
Farmer, Dwight; Fr. 
Farnngton, Elizabeth; Fr. 



Farrier, Mary Ellen; Fr. 
Farris, Phillip, Jr 
Farthing. Harold; Jr. 
Farthing, William; Fr. 
Faucette, Jay, Fr 
Faught, Megan, Soph. 
Fearrington, Sandra; Jr. 
Felts. Margaret; Fr. 
Felts, Steve; Jr. 



Ferguson. Bill; Fr. 
Ferguson. Linda, Soph. 
Ferguson. Lisa; Fr. 
Fernandez, Annabelle; Fr. 
Ferre, Ralph II; Soph. 
Ferrell, Betsy, Fr 
Ferrell, Elizabeth, Fr. 
Ficklen. William. Jr. 
Fields, Bonnie; Jr. 



Fields. Darlene; Jr. 
Fields, Lindi;fr, 
Fields. William; Soprt. 
Fife. Cindy; Jr, 
Fijan. Linda; Soph. 
Fikes, Tara; Fr. 
Fillmore, David; Soph 
Fink. Cindy; Jr. 
Fischer, Karen; Fr 



Fiser. Betty: Jr. 
Fisher, Jennifer; Fr. 
Fisher, Jesse; Jr. 
Fisher. Tony; Soph. 
Fisher, Valerie; Fr. 
Fisher, Wayne; Jr. 
Fiske, Bruce: Jr 
Fisscher, Monique; Jr. 
Fitz. J Daniel; Soph. 




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Fitzgerald. Jim. Soph. 
Fitzgerald Nancy, Jr. 
Fteck, Charlotte, Jr 
Fleenor. Janet. Fr. 
Fleischman. Sandy: Fr. 
Fleming. Qma. Soph. 
Flinchum. Randall; Fr. 
Flinchum. Russell, Soph. 
Ftowe, Sally; Fr. 



Flowers. Andre: Fr. 
Flowers, Oildra; Fr. 
Flowers, Jan; Fr. 
Flowers. Suzie; Jr. 
Foglia. Linda; Fr. 
Folley. Jonathan: Jr. 
Fonvielle. Anna: Fr 
Forcum, June: Jr. 
Ford. Brent: Fr. 



Ford. Deborah; Sopft. 
Ford, M. Celeste; Fr. 
Ford. Sherrylyn; Fr. 
Ford, Valerie; Fr. 
Forester. Nancy: Fr. 
Forney, Neal ttl; Fr. 
Forney, Stephanie. Fr. 
Forrence. Sharon; Soph. 
Forsyth. Mary: Jr. 

Fortenberry, James: Jr. 
Fortune, Denee: Soph. 
Fortune. Elizabeth; Jr. 
Fortune. Ralph, Jr. 
Fosso. Libby; Fr_ 
Foster, Da«d: Soph. 
Foster, Margaret; Fr. 
Foster. Robert. Soph. 
Fountain. Ben ffl; Fr. 



Fountain, Dorothy; Fr. 
Fountain, Katherine: Fr. 
Fgust. Jean; Fr. 
Fowie, Margaret: Fr. 
Fowler, Greg: Soph. 
Fowler, Janet; Soph. 
Fowfer. Ricky; Jr. 
Fox. Chesca; Fr. 
Fox, Cindy: Fr. 



Fox. Howard Jr.; Soph. 
Fox, William; Jr. 
Foy. Donna: Jr. 
Francis, Jams: Soph. 
Franco, Beth. Soph. 
Franklin. Kimberly; Jr. 
Franklin, Suzanne; Fr. 
Frantz, Edward Jr.; Jr. 
Fraser, Karen; Soph. 



Frate, Philip. Fr. 
Frautschi, Anne: Soph. 
Frazelle. Steven; Fr 
Frazier, Pamela; Fr. 
Freedman, Jean: Soph, 
Freedy, Marvin; Fr. 
Freeman, Amy; Soph. 
Freeman. Elijah; j/-. 
Freeman, Kent; Jr 



Freeman. Michael; Jr. 
Freemon, Carson; J/-. 

Freid. Deborah, Soph. 
Freshwater, Debbie: Jr 
Freshwater. Elizabeth; Soph. 
Friddle, Terry. Fr. 
Fried, Lucy; Fr. 
Frieden, Cattiy; Soph. 
Frier. Ken; Jr. 



Frierson. John; fr. 
Fries. Cynthia; Fr. 
Froan, Stephanie: Fr. 
Frulchey. Lynne; Fr. 
Fry, Carol: Jr. 
Fry. Claudia. Fr. 
Frye. Carole; Jr. 
Frymier. Lisa; Soph. 
Fulbright. Lisa; Jr. 



Fulbright. Tina: Soph. 
Fuller, Annette; Jr 
Fuller. Donna: Fr. 
Fuller, Elizat>eth; Jr 
Fuller, Katherine; Fr. 
Fuller, Lon; Fr. 
Fulton. Charles; Fr. 
Fultz. Donna; Fr. 
Funderburk. Chuck; Jr. 



Funderburk. \v^\Fr. 
Furman. Bart>ee;Ff. 
Furr. Annette; Fr. 
Furr, Lisa: Soph. 
Furyk, Martha; Fr. 
Futrell, Teresa; Fr. 
Gable, Charles; Jr 
Gabriel. Thomas; Soph. 
Gahagan, Joe Jr.; Jr. 



Gallagher. Ashley: Fr. 
Gallagher, Peggy; Fr. 
Gallman. Chuck; Jr. 
Gallman, Kalhryn: Soph. 
Galloway, Joey, Jr. 
Galloway, Thomas. Fr. 
Gambrell. Forrest; Fr 
GambreM, Nancy.fr. 
Gammon, Julie, Soph 



Ganl, John. Fr. 
Gantt. Lynn; Jr. 
Garber, Greg; Soph. 
Gardiner. Charles; Fr. 
Gardner, Anita, Soph 
Gardener. Sherry: Jr 
Garland, Alia; Soph. 
Garland, Boyce, Fr. 
Garland. Deborah; Fr. 



Garland, Enola Jan. Soph 
Garner. Randall; Jr. 
Garr, Theresa, Jr. 
Garrabrant, Victoria; Jr. 
Garrard, Teressa; Fr. 
Garrett, Carol; Fr. 
Garrett, David; Fr. 
Garrett, Karen; Soph. 
Garrett, Lynn, Jr. 



Garrison, Flora; Fr. 
Garrison. Frank; Jr. 
Garrison, Herb; Jr. 
Garritv, Kevin; Soph, 
Garrou. Donna, Fr. 
Gartland, James; Fr. 
Garvin, Craig; Jr. 
Gaskins. Betsy. Jr. 
Gaskins, Stephen; Jr 



Gatzy, Lori; Soph. 
Gaulden, Gary; Soph. 
Gay. Donna; Soph. 
Gay. Douglas; Soph. 
Geddie, Janet; Jr. 
Gelbin, Ellen; Fr. 
Gentry, Dan; Soph- 
Gentry, Debbie; Soph. 
Gentry, Todd; Jr. 



Gentry, Tony; Jr. 
George, Pamela; Jr. 
Gettys, Randall; Fr. 
Gibbs, Brenda; Fr. 
Gibbs. Ginny; Fr. 
Gibby, Susan; Jr. 
Gibson, Leigh; Soph. 
Giddens, Beverly; Jr. 
Gilbert. Diane; Jr 



Gilbert, Gloria; Jr. 
Gilbert, Gregg; Fr. 
Gilbert, Mary; Soph. 
Gilbert, Richard; Soph. 
Giles, Marsha; Fr. 
Giles, Randy; Jr 
Gilliam, Leigh; Fr. 
Gilliam, Letha; Fr. 
Gilliam, Robin; Soph 



Gillikin, Walter; Soph. 
Gilllkin, Yvonne; Jr. 
Gilliland, Sue; Jr. 
Glllow, Marianne; Jr. 
Gilmer, Ellen; Jr. 
Gilmer, Sandra; Fr. 
Gilyard, Deweese; Fr. 
Girard, Sonja; Jr. 
Gittin. Joy; Fr. 



Gizzie. Paula; Jr. 
Glans, Jeffrey; Soph. 
Glasby, Greg, Fr. 
Glidewell, Ellen: J/-. 
Glover. Alice; Fr. 
Gminder, Esther; Fr. 
Goble. Linda; Soph. 
Goda, Keiko; Jr. 
Godehn, Susie; Fr. 



Godley, Paul; Soph 
Godley. Thomas; Fr. 
Godley, William; Jr. 
Godwin, Rosemary; Jf- 
Goedeke, Nancy; Fr. 
Go((, Wendy; Fr. 
Goforth, Kim; Fr. 
Goforth, Lindsay. Fr. 
Goldberg, Judy; Soph. 



Goldenberg. Simon; Sopn. 

Goldstein. Linda; Soph. 
Goldwasser, Bob- Jr 
G0I2. Nancy, Jr. 
Good, Larry; Soph. 
Goodrum, Judy, Fr. 
Goodson, Barry, Fr. 
Goodson, Deborah; Fr. 
Goodsort, Lilburn; Jr. 





548 




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Goodwin, John; Fr. 
Goodwin, Lisa: Soph. 
Goodwyn. William, Fr. 
Goray. Brian; Soph. 
Gordner, Kalhy, Fr. 
Gordon, Carol, Fr. 
Gordon, Johnette; Fr. 
Gordon, Karen; Fr. 
Gordon. Penny; Fr. 



Gordon, Wendy; Fr. 
Gorman, Elizabeth; Jr. 
Gorry, Sandra; Fr. 
Goss. Dennis: Fr. 
Goss, Margaret; Fr. 
Gossett, Jean; Fr. 
Gossett, Patncia; Fr. 
Gratiam, David; Soph 
Graham, Jennie; Jc 



Graham, Mark; Jr. 
Graham. Paula; Fr. 
Granberry, Julie; Fr. 
Granger. Carol; Jr 
Gravely. Hope; Fr. 
Graves, Sandra, Soph. 
Graves, Timothy; Fr. 
Gray, Aimee; Soph. 
Gray. Alison; Soph. 



Gray, Debbie; Jr. 
Gray, Donald; Jr. 
Gray, Dusty, Jr. 
Gray. Jeft; Fr, 
Gray, Karen; Fr. 
Gray, Robin; Jr. 
Grebe, Patricia; Jr. 
Green. Alma; Fr. 
Green, Donna; Soph. 



Green, Joyce: Soph. 
Green, Julie; Jr. 
Green, Pam; Jr. 
Green, Tammy; Jr. 
Greene, Gary; Jr. 
Greene, Michael, Soph. 
Greene, Victoria; Soph. 
Greer, Charles; Soph. 
Greer. Eugenia; Soph. 



Greeson, Brenda ; Fr. 
Greeg, Nancy: Soph. 
Grey. Jeffrey; Jr. 
Grieser, Bill; Fr. 
Griffin, David; Fr. 
Griffin. David; Jr. 
Griffin, Holly; Fr. 
Griffin. Jeff; Fr. 
Griffin. Kathy; Fr. 



Griffin. Louise; Jr. 
Griffin, Mary; Jr. 
Griffin, Michael; Fr. 
Griffin, Sandra; Jr. 
Griffin. Stephen; Soph. 
Griffith, Patrick, Jr, 
Griggs, Malcolm; Fr. 
Grimes, Beverly. Soph. 
Grimes. Elizabeth; Soph. 



Grimes, Lisa; Soph. 
Grinbergs, Andrea; Soph. 
Groce. James B., Ill; Jr. 
Grogan, James Jr.; Soph. 
Groshans, Debra; Jr. 
Gross, Steve; Jr. 
Gfotland, Mary Ann; Jr. 
Grubbs, Jennifer; Soph. 
Grubbs. Lynn; Fr 



Guentert, Elizabeth; Jr. 
Guin, Olga Weiss; Fr. 
Gunter, Louise; Fr. 
Gupta. Kavita Mira; Soph, 
Gupton, Deborah, Jr 
Guplon, Diane; Jr. 
Gurkin, Beth; Fr. 
Gurley, Chns, Fr. 
Guthrie. Eleanor; Fr. 



Guthrie. Myra; Fr. 
Guthrie, Wanda; Sop/i. 

Guyes, Janet. Fr. 
Gwyn, Alice; Fr. 
Gwyn, MoHy; Fr. 
Gwyn. Rosemary; Soph. 
Haas, Bob; Soph. 
Haas. Laura, Soph. 
Hackney. Jean; Jr. 



Hackney, Mary; Soph. 
Haddad. Edwina; Soph. 
Hadley, Hunter; Jr. 
Hageseth. Chnstie; Fr. 
Hagler, Aaron, Fr. 
Hahn, Craig, Fr. 
Haight. Barbara; Fr. 
Haire. Cynthia; Jr. 
Hairr, Julia; Jr. 




549 



Haisley. Paul; Soph. 
Hall, Brenda; Fr. 
Hall, Janice, Fr. 
Hall, Julie; Fr. 
Hall, Kim. Soph. 
Hall, Kimberly Jan; Fr. 
Hall, Stuart, Jr. 
Hall, Susan, fr 
Halleck. Elizabeth; Soph 



Hallman. Glenda; Jr. 
Halpern, Adrian, Fr. 
Hamashima, Cheryl, Soph. 
Hamby, Sandra; Jr. 
Hamilton, Blanlon, Fr 
Hamilton, Cindy. Jr. 
Hamilton, Janet. Fr 
Hamilton, Kathy . Jr. 
Hamilton, Lin; Fr. 



Hamilton, Mary: Fr. 
Hamilton, Michael; Fr. 
Hamilton, Susan; Fr. 
Hamlet, Craig, Fr. 
Hamlet, Kim; Soph. 
Hamlett. Corliss; Soph. 
Hammann, Lisa, Jr 
Hamrick, George; Jr, 
Hamrick, Sara; Jr. 



Hanehan, Kim; Fr 
Hanes. C, Smith III, Jr. 
Hanes, Lucy; Fr. 
Haney, Kevin; Soph. 
Hanna, Pamela; Fr. 
Hannah, Jerreal; Fr. 
Hannah. Mark, Fr. 
Hansen, Celeste; Soph. 
Hanzal. Patricia; Fr. 



Hapke, David; Jr. 
Harbinson, Eric; Fr. 
Hardee, Joy: Fr, 
Hardee, Rhonda; Soph 
Harder, Abigail; Soph. 
Hardwick, Bette; Jr. 
Hardy. David; Fr 
Hardy, Fred Jr.; Soph. 
Hardy, Reginald; Jr. 



Hardy, Stuart; Fr. 
Hargett, Gloria; Soph. 
Hargrave. Ronald; Jr, 
Hargrove, Lee; Fr. 
Harkess, Jane C; Fr. 
Harman. Laura; Fr. 
Harmon, Betty; Soph. 
Harmon, Helen; Jr. 
Harold, Phil; Soph. 



Harper, 
Harper. 
Harper. 
Harrell, 
Harrell, 
Harrell, 
Harrell, 
Harrell. 
Harrell, 



Daniel; Fr. 

J an is; Jr. 
Patricia; Soph 
Frank Jr ; Fr. 
Mamie Jo; Fr. 
Myra S.; Fr. 
Paul; Soph. 
Rhonda; Jr. 
Ricky; Jr. 



Harrell. Tracy; Fr. 
Harrill. John; Fr. 
Harrington, Troy: Jr. 
Harris, Beth Ann; Jr. 
Harris, Bonita; Fr. 
Harris, Cynthia; Jr. 
Harris. Debra; Jr. 
Harris, Edith; Soph. 
Harris. G.B. Buck; Jr. 



Harris, Jean; Soph, 
Harris. Kathleen; Jr. 
Harris, Kelvin; Fr 
Harris. Kimberly; Soph. 
Harris, Laura; Fr. 
Harris, Millicent; Soph. 
Harris. Myra; Fr. 
Harris, Sandra; Fr. 
Harris, Teresa K.; Fr. 



Harrison. Connie; Fr. 
Harrison, David Jr.; Fr. 
Harry, Randolph; Soph. 
Hart. Fabra; Jr 
Hart. Judy; Fr 
Hartgrove, Jeanine; Soph. 
Hartgrove. Kim; Jr. 
Hartgrove. Marcie; Fr. 
Hartman, Sylvia; Jr. 



Harvell. Lisa; Fr. 
Harvey. Sob; Jr. 
Harvey, Janet; Fr. 
Harvey, Mary; Fr. 
Harvey, Robert H,; Soph. 
Harv/ell, Margaret; Soph. 
Harwood, Jeremy J.; Soph. 
Harwood, Paul; Soph. 
Haseley, Karen, Fr. 




550 








Hash, Erora; Fr. 
Hasty. Michael, Fr. 
Hatch, Richard lit; Fr 
Hatem, Mane, Soph. 
Havrland, Scott; Soph. 
Hawkins, Anne. Jr. 
Hawkins, Elizabeth, Soph. 
Hawkins. Pam; Fr. 
Hawks, Julie; Fr. 



Hawley, Steve; Jr. 
Hawn. Anna; Fr. 
Hayes, Janet, Fr. 
Hayes, Julia: Fr. 
Hayes, Martha; Fr 
Hayes, Pamela; Jr. 
Hayes, Sandra; Jr. 
Hayes, William Jr.; 
Haynes. Donna; Jr 



Soph. 



Haynes. Douglas; Soph. 
Haynes, Frank. Jr. 
Haynes, Randall; Fr. 
Haynie, MelJnda; Jr. 
Hays, Pamela; Soph. 
Hayworth, Martha; Fr 
Hazelgrove, Doug; Jr. 
Heam. Thomas; Jr 
Heath, David; Jr. 



Heath. Susan; Fr. 
Heath. Susan A.; Soph. 
Hedgepelh, Dwayne; Soph. 
Hedrick, Greg; Fr. 
Hege, Ginny; Soph. 
Heier, Jeffrey; Fr. 
Heinemann, Susan; Soph. 
Heisel, William, Jr. 
Held, Nancy; Jr. 



Heller, Laura Beth; Fr. 
Heller, Peter; Soph. 
Helmink, Gail, Soph. 
Helms, Betsy, Fr. 
Helms, Deborah; Fr. 
Helms, James D-; Soph. 
Helton, Robert; Soph. 
Hembree, Linda; Jr. 
Henderson, Alice; Fr. 



Henderson, Amy. Soph. 
Henderson, Darryl; Fr. 
Henderson, Jean; Jr. 
Henderson, Mac. Jr. 
Henderson, William; Jr. 
Hendren, Cynthia; Soph. 
Hendrick, Margaret; Jr 
Henley, Robert: Jr. 
Hennessee, Mist); Soph. 



Hensley, Tamra Lynn; Soph. 
Henson. Jeffrey; Fr. 
Henson. Susan Carole; Fr. 
Hepler, John R.; Soph. 
Herbin, Robyn. Fr. 
Hemdon, Charles; Fr 
Herring, Gray; Soph. 
Herring. John Mark: Jr. 
Herring, Paula Kay; Soph. 



Hersh, Camille:Fr. 
Hervey. Jay; Soph. 
Hester, Lilo; Soph. 
Hester, William M,; Fr. 
Heuer, Mary; Fr. 
Hewitt, Sam J.; Jr. 
Hewson, Caroline. Fr. 
Heyward, Jeannette; Jr. 
Nice. Sharon; Jr. 



Hickman, Nancy J.; Fr 
Hicks, Clinton; Soph. 
Hicks. Leslie, Jr. 

Hicks, Lynne; Soph 
Hicks, Mary J,; Jr. 
Hicks, Nelson Kyle; Soph 
Hicks, Palncia; Fr. 
Hicks, Susan; Soph. 
Higginbotham, Rob; Jr. 



Higgms, Cynthia G.: Jr 
Hight, William; Soph. 
Hildebran, Pamela; Soph. 
Hildebrandt, Lisa. Soph 
Hill, Anthony; Fr 



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HIM, Diane; Jf- 
Hill, Douglas: Soph. 
Hill, Edward Jr.; fr. 


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Hill. Helen 1.; Soph 


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Hill. JacKie R.; Soph. 


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Hill. Jennifer; Fr. 


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Hill, Kathy; Fr. 


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Hill, tinda; Fr. 


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Hill. Lydia; Jr. 


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Hill. Rita Tony: Jr. 


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Hill. Slephanio; Jr. 
Hill, Stuart; Soph. 



551 



Hill, Theresa. Soph. 
Hinds, Timothy H,; Fr. 
Mines. Mary Lynn, Fr. 
Hines, Michael H.; Soph. 
Hines, Susan D ; Soph- 
Hinkleman, Wally; Jr. 
Hinnanl, Bonnie, Snph- 
Hinshaw, Dauid, Fr. 
Hinshaw. Paula: Fr 



Hinshaw. Russell; Soph 
Hinson, David. Jr 
Hinson, Gary; Soph. 
Hinson, John L Jr , Soph. 
Hinson. Renee; Jr 
Hinson, Tammy: Fr. 
Hinton, Maria Lynne; Fr. 
Hirsch, Lisa; Soph. 
Hitchtngs. Steve; Fr 



Hile. Charles; Soph 
Hix, Julia Marie, Fr. 
Hoak, William: Jr. 
Hobbs, Angela, Soph. 
HobOy, Laura; Jr. 
Hobgood. Lynne C ; Fr. 
Hobgood, Richard: Fr. 
Hobson. Virginia, Fr. 
Hodge, Brenda S.; Fr. 



Hodge, Ronald G.; Jr. 
Hodges, Judy: Jr. 
Hodges, Thomas L. IV: Fr. 
Hodgin, Cynthia; Soph. 
Hoehn, Scott Edward; Jr 
Hof(, Karen, Soph. 
Hoffman. Allison; Jr. 
Hoffman, Daniel; Soph. 
Hoffman, Keith; Soph. 



Hoffman, Rex; Jr. 
Hoffman, Shelley; Jr. 
Hoffner, Cindy Y , Soph. 
Hoke. Susan L-; Fr. 
Holbrook, Kim; Jr. 
Holder, Cindy Lou; Fr. 
Holder. Cynthia; Soph. 
Holesh. Mary Ellen; Fr. 
Holesh, Michael; Jr. 



Holland, Cathy; Fr. 
Holland, James D.; Jr. 
Holland, Kathy; Soph. 
Holland, Laura: Fr. 
Holland, Raymond Hi; Soph. 
Holland, Robin, Jr 
Holland, Scott Lee; Fr. 
Hollar, David W., Fr. 
Hollerung, William, Jr. 



Holley, Donna M.; Fr. 

Holtiday, Sara, Soph. 
Hollingsworth, Lisa; Jr. 
Holloman, Thomas; Jr. 
Holloway, Jimmy; Soph. 
Hollowell, Ann. Soph. 
Hoilowell, Bonnie; Jr. 
Holmes, Edward Jr.; Fr. 
Holmes, Edward; Fr. 



Holmes, Jacqueline; Jr. 
Holmes, Mitchell; Soph. 
Holshouser, Cheryl; Fr. 
Holshouser. Katrina; Jr. 
Holstom, Hugh: Fr. 
Holt, Barbara, Fr. 
Holt, Donna L.; Fr 
Holt, Laura K.; Fr. 
Hotzbeiertein, Michael. Soph. 



Holzer. Mary P.; Jr. 
Homans, Frederick; Jr. 
Homesley. Cliff; Fr. 
Honbarrier. Donna; Fr. 
Honeycutt. Gary; Jr. 
Honeycutt, Greg. Fr. 
Hong, Yun; Fr. 
Hood, Karen Shaye; Soph. 
Hook, Jean; Fr. 



Hookway, Alyson K.; Fr. 
Hopkins, David A.; Jr. 
Hopkins, Jacquelyne: Jr. 
Hopkins. Julie A,; Jr. 
Hopkins. Mary E.; Soph 
Hopper, Carol A,. Jr. 
Hornaday. Alan; Soph. 
Hornaday. Jane M ; Fr. 
Home, James O, Jr.; Soph. 



Home, Terry; Soph. 
Horney, Lynda A. 
Homey, Roy Lynn Jr.; Jr. 
Horney, Thurman Jr ; Soph. 
Hornstein. Churchill; Fr. 
Horton, Dale: Jr. 
Horlon. Howard K.; Fr. 
Hosack, Karen M,; Jr. 
Houchin?. R. Carter; Sopft. 



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HouH. Bowen C :Jr. 
Hough. Mary Lee: Jr. 
House, Cheryl, Soph. 
House, Elizabeth; Soph 
Houston. Deborah, Ft- 
Houston, Mary: Soph. 
Hovey, Bryan; Soph 
Howard, Cammie. Jr. 
Howard. Deborah; Fr. 



Howard, Jacqueline H.; Fr 
Howard, Jane. Jr. 
Howard. Lorrle; Soph 
Howard, Tammy, Fr. 
Howard, Thomas; Fr. 
Howell, Catherine; Soph 
Howell. David E; Jr. 
Howell. Deborah; Jr. 
Howell, Jack Jr.. Fr. 



Howell. Sally: Fr. 
Howell. Vanessa; Jr 
Howey, Linda; Fr. 
Howey. Sarah Ann; Soph. 
Howie, Teresa A,; Jr. 
Hoyle, Jean E : Soph. 
Hoyle, Jewel; Jr. 
Hoyle, Joseph Lee; Fr. 
Hubbard, Caroline; Fr. 



Hubbard, Dianne; Soph. 
Hubbard, Jane A.; Jr. 
Hubbard, Marjie, Fr. 
Huber, Elizabeth; Fr, 
Hudson, Diane C: Soph 
Hudson, Loretta; Fr. 
Hudson. Ricky E,; Soph. 
Hudson. Ron; Soph. 
Huffines. Robin D.; Fr. 



Huffman, Jan E.; Jr. 
Huffman. Mark Alan. Fr. 
Huffman. Ronnie; Fr. 
Hufham, Martha Ann. Fr 
Hughes, Greg L.. Soph. 
Hughes, Larry; Soph 
Hughes, Paul Lee. Jr. 
Hugo, Mike; Jr. 
Hull, Susan M.; Soph. 



Hummel. James 8.; Fr. 
Humphrey, Daphne; Fr, 
Humphrey, Douglas; Soph- 
Humphrey, Ted; Jr. 
Humphries, Roxanna; Fr. 
Hunsucker, Amy; Fr. 
Hunsucker, William H.; Jr. 
Hunt, David Bruce; Soph 
Hunter, Molly: Soph. 



Hunting, Steve; Soph. 
Huntley. Jim; Soph. 
Huntley. Linda; Fr. 
Hupman, Julie; Fr. 
Hurder, Richard; Fr. 
Huskey, Greg, Jr. 
Huskey, Uz: Jr. 
Huskey, Loretta Kay; Fr. 
Hussey, Bradley: Fr. 



Hutchins. Donna Gail; Fr. 
Hutchlns. Tavia; Fr. 
Hutchinson, Deborah; Soph. 
Hutchinson, Sherry: Soph 
Hyde, Greg; Soph. 
Hyde. Martha L,, Soph 
Hylton, Joel W.; Soph 
Hyman, Mark E.. Jr. 
Ibach, Kathryn Boyd, Fr. 



Idol. Chris. F/- 

Her. Lynn Marie; Fr. 
Iman, A. Denise; Soph. 
Inabnit, Mary B.; Fr. 
Inlinger, Elaine, Fr. 
Ingram, Dianne; Soph. 
Ingram. Thomas; Fr. 
Insh. Patricia M.; Jr. 
Irvin, David: Soph. 



Irvin. Julie; Fr, 
Irvin, Steve; Jr, 
tsgett. Sharon; Jr. 
Isley. Robert F ; Soph. 
Isley, Timothy C,; Soph. 
Ivey, Ben C. Jr.; Soph. 
Ivey, Dana Page; Soph. 
Ives, Susan; Fr. 
Jaber, Khalil Jr.; Fr 



Jackson. Caria; Soph- 
Jackson. Cindy; Jr. 
Jackson, Curtis A,; Soph. 
Jackson, Emily; Fr. 
Jackson, Judy L; Soph. 
Jackson, Kimberly; Fr. 
Jackson, Mae: Fr 
Jackson. Mary Anna: Jr. 
Jackson. Patricia; Fr 



553 



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Jackson, Tern; Soph. 
Jacobs, Annelle; Jr 
Jacobs, John A,: Fr. 
Jacobs, Kathryn Jean; Jr. 
Jacobson, Steve; Jr. 
Jacumin. Emilie; Fr. 
James, Andrew; Soph. 
James. Dinita L.; Soph. 
James, Gregg; Soph. 



James. Jimmy; Soph. 
James, Paul; Jr. 
James, Sarah J ; Jr. 
Janeway, David V., Soph. 
Jarman, Jeanna, Fr. 
Jarrett, David, Fr 
Jarvis, Donna, Soph. 
Jarvjs, Man. Fr. 
Jeffcoat, Janice; Fr 



Jefferies. Diane; Fr 
Jefteries, Martha. Fr. 
Jeifnes, Brentley, Sop/J. 
Jeffries, Gerry; Fr 
Jeffries. ShelJah; Soph 
Jeffries. Susan; Jr. 
Jenkins, Brenda Lee; Soph. 
Jenkins, Dale; Fr. 
Jennings, Andrea M.. Fr. 



Jernigan. Deborah; Soph. 
Jessup, Brent; Jr. 
Jester, Joy: Jr. 
Jindra, Lisa; Fr. 
Johns, Bryan R.; Fr. 
Johnsen, Martha J.; Soph. 
Johnson. Alton D,; Soph. 
Johnson, Bruce; Fr. 
Johnson, Charles S.; Jr. 



Johnson, 

Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson 
Johnson 



Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnson, 



Charles T.; Fr. 
Cindy Lynn; Jr. 
Cynthia L.; Soph. 
Daniel L.; Fr. 
Darryl Gray; Fr. 
Douglas; Jr. 
Drake; Jr. 
Elizabeth, Fr. 
Elizabeth C; Jr. 



Gary: Jr. 
Gil Royal; Soph. 
Jan Reece; Fr. 
Jan a; Jr. 
Janet; Soph. 
Jennifer M.; Jr. 
John B.. Jr 
Katharine. Fr 
Kathryn: Soph. 



Johnson, Larry; Fr. 
Johnson, Leslie; Soph. 
Johnson, Martha; Soph. 
Johnson, Mike: Jr. 
Johnson, Pam, Soph. 
Johnson, Robb; Fr. 
Johnson, Robert E.; Fr. 
Johnson. Sandra; Fr. 
Johnson, Sheri Gail; Soph. 



Johnson, Susan; Fr, 
Johnson, Tammy; Soph. 
Johnson, Thomas Jr.; Fr, 
Johnson, Todd: Fr 
Johnson, Traci Lynn; Soph. 
Johnson, Vicky; Jr. 
Johnston. Donald C: Jr. 
Johnston. Elizabeth; Fr. 
Johnston, Mary, Fr. 



Johnston, Pat; Jr. 
Jolley, Deborah L.; Fr. 
Jolly, Morton Gray; Fr. 
Jones, Al; Jr 
Jones. Alan Warren, Fr. 
Jones. Amanda; Jr. 
Jones, Angela. Soph. 
Jones, Betsy Kay: Soph. 
Jones. Betty Sue; Jr. 



Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones. 
Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 



Charles; Soph, 
Charles R.; Soph. 
Cynthia; Fr. 
David C.Fr. 
Dennis, Jr. 
Elizabeth; Jr. 
Gary, Jr. 
Glenda Faye, Jr. 
Greg L.: Soph. 



Jones, Gwendolyn, Soph, 
Jones, Hendry; Soph. 
Jones, Janet; Soph. 
Jones, Jeffrey P . Soph. 
Jones, Kim; Soph. 
Jones, Lanetta Brooke, Fr. 
Jones, Lisa; Soph. 
Jones, Margaret; Fr. 
Jones. Margaret; Jr. 







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Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones. 
Jones 
Jones, 
Jones. 
Jones. 



Margaret; Softh 
Martha. Jr 

Mary K.;Ff. 
Melanie. Jr 
Pamela: Fr, 
Patncia M.. Jr. 
Randall D,; Fr. 
Rob: Soph. 
Robert; Fr 



Jones. 
Jones, 
Jones. 
Jones 
Jones, 
Jones. 
Jones, 
Jones. 
Jones. 



Russell: Jr. 
Sandra: Soph. 
Sandra Lynn; Fr, 
Sherry. Soph 
Stephen W.; Fr 
Stephen Y ; Jr. 
Susan Elaine; Fr 
Vicki; Jr. 
William T.; Soph. 



Jonges. Patty; Jr. 
Jordan. Charles W., Soph. 
JorOan, Joey. Jr. 
Jondan. Laura C , Jr. 
Jordan, Stanford; Soph. 
Jordan, Tonja; Jr. 
Jorgensen. Brenda; Jr. 
Joseph, Mane; Jr. 
Josephs. Anne: Soph. 



Joyce. Nancy: Jr 
Joyce. Patncia R.; Soph. 
Joyce. Tony, Fr. 
Joiner Oaryll E.: Soph. 
Joyner, Gary. Fr 
Joyner, Pamela S.; Fr 
Joyner, Patncra; Jr. 
Joyner, Susan. Jr 
Joyner, Tern: Fr 



Joyner. Wanda. Soph 
Judd. Buich. Jr. 
Judge. Peter M . Fr 
Judson. Matthew; Jr 
Julian, Ingnd L; Fr 
Jungers, Robert J.; fr. 
Kallianos, John A.; Fr. 
Kambot. Eva: Fr 
Kaneklides. Sandra K.; Fr 



Kanip, Amy: Soph. 
Kaperonis George D - Fr 
Kapp Karl Fr. 
Karnker, Suzanne; Fr. 
Kats, Gregory H.; Soph 
Kaisadouros Sokratis" Fr 
Katzan. Kathy; Fr. 
Kay, Donald O ; Jr. 
Kay. Jerome Wallace Fr 



Kaylor. Melinda A.; Fr 
Keams, James 8.; Soph 
Kearse. Mark A.; Fr 
Keel. Randy J.. Jr 
Keel, Wendy; Fr 
Keenan. Pattr; Fr 
Keeter. Tammy; Jr. 
Keeler. Thomas E; Jr. 
Keiser. John III; Soph. 



Keith, Dennis Earl; Sop/i 
Keller, Deborah j ; jr 
Kelley. Cherlyn: Jr 
Kelley, Tedd Fr 
Kelly. J. B. Jr. 
Kelly. Kimberly Ann; Fr 
Kelly. Lisa A. Soph. 
Kelly, Richard. Jr. 
Kelly. Richard; Soph. 



Kenan. Lefloy: Jr 
Kendnck. Betsy Ellen; Fr 
Kendrick. Cheryl; Soph. 
Kenion Thomas Shaw Sop/t 
Kennedy, Chuck, Fr. 
Kennedy. Jerre Lynn; Soph. 
Kennemur, Jeffrey Soph 
Kent Robert, Fr 
Kepley. Oenise; Jr. 



Kepley, Pamela A.; Jr. 
Kern. Alice Anne; Fr 
Kemer. Theodore; Soph. 
Kemodle, Elizabeth; Fr 
Kernodle, Randy; Fr. 
Kernstine, Van; Fr. 
Kerr, Sharia J , Soph. 
Kersh. Louise; Fr. 
Kesler. Ken; Fr 



Kesler, Robert B , Jr 
Kester. David M.; Soph 
Kesterson. Lynn; Fr. 
Key. Darrell; Fr 
Key, Ellen Marie; Fr 
Keys. Barbara: Soph 
Keys. Wat. Fr 
Kitian. Catherine: Fr 
Kilimanjaro. Heidi: Soph. 



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Kim, Boon; Soph. 
Kim, Julia Hyun-Ju; Fr 
Kimball. Kalnryn; Jr. 
Kimball, Martha Ann; Fr. 
Kimbro, Jenny; Soph. 
Kimbro, Kimberly; Soph. 
Kime, Randy; Soph 
Kimer, Toni. Jr. 
Kimzey, Anne: Fr. 



Kinard, Jim, Jr. 
Kincaid, Carol Jean; Jr. 
Kindley, Tamara L, Fr 
King. James Keith; Fr 
King. Jetf;Fr 
King. Joni, Soph. 
King, Joseph Lee; Fr. 
King, Lisa G.; Fr. 
Kingoff. Robert A , Fr. 



Kintner, Bradley S., Jr. 
Kirby, Mary Anne, Soph 
Kircher, George Jr., Fr 
Kirchman. Karen M.. Soph. 
Kirk, Donna Lynne; Fr. 
Kirk, Karen; Jr. 
Kirk, Kevin; Fr. 
Kirkland. Kim; Fr. 
Kittner, Jody; Jr. 



Kitts. Janet; Fr. 
Klvett, Amy; Fr. 
Kiziah. Trent Scott; Fr. 
Klages, Chris; Soph. 
Klein, Jeanne, Jr. 
KItmkiewicz. Richard; Soph. 
Kline, Sandra J,, Jr. 
Ktuttz, Lucy;f/-. 
Ktuttz, Robin Annette; Jr. 



Knauff, Lois; Soph 
Knedlik, Doreen H.; Soph. 
Kneison, Lise, Fr. 
Knelson, Mark; Soph. 
Knight, Alan; Soph. 
Knops, Lisa; Fr. 
Knott, Frances L.; Fr. 
Knotl, Marsha; Jr. 
Knowles. Bob; Jr. 



Knox, Gerry Manlin; Fr. 
Kochel, Susan L,; Soph. 

Kondratick, Claudia; Jr. 
Koonce, Debbie M . Fr. 
Komer. Betty Ann: Jr. 
Kostelich, Eric J.; Soph. 
Kouri, Bill, Soph. 
Kremer. Chns; Fr, 
Krentz. Sandra L,; Fr. 



Kressin, Nancy R.; Jr. 
Kroeger, Mark; Jr. 
Krueger, Karol; Fr. 
Kuhn, Margaret Mary; Soph. 
Kutrow. Bradley R.; Soph. 
Labbie, Joan; Fr. 
Lach. Nancy; Fr. 
Lach, Susan M.;Jr. 
Lacivita, Dennis; Jr. 



Lackey, Lee Anne; Fr. 
Lackey, Mark Dixon: Jr. 
Lackey, Miles Marsdon; Fr. 
Lackey, Pamela Ruth; Soph. 
Ladd, Mark A.;Fr, 
Ladd, Susan K.;Jf. 
Lamb. Emilie; Jr. 
Lamb, Stuart; Fr. 
Lamb, Terance L.; Soph. 



Lamb, Terry; Soph. 
Lambert, Barbara; Jr. 
Lambert. Chris; Jr, 
Lambeth. Tom; Soph. 
Lamkin. Laura: Fr. 
Lamm, John Richard; Fr. 
Lammey, Karen; Jr. 
Lancaster, Gwen; Jr. 
Lancaster, James Jr.. Jr. 



Lancaster. Johanna, Soph. 
Lane, David L.; Jr. 
Laney, James; Fr. 
Langdon, Leanne; Fr. 
Langley, Melinda: Fr. 
Langston, Dee Dee; Jr 
Langston, Robert W ; Soph. 
Lanning, Pamela: Jr 
Lassiter, Fred: Soph. 



Lassiter. Gaddy; Soph. 
Lassiter, Rolo T ; Jr 
Lassiter, Tim; Fr. 
Latino, Maria, Fr 
Laton, Donald Wayne; Soph. 
Laton, Richard, Fr. 
Lattimore. Alan, Fr. 
Lattimore, Talley A.; Jr. 
Laughter, Kathy M,; Soph. 














556 




^^.^ \ c-' h ^" 




Lautner. Mary Lou: Jr 
Lavin. Kevin. Soph 
Law. Gary, Soph 
Lawjng. H. ScoH: fr. 
Lawing, Paul Jr.. fr 
Lawrence. Vanja: Fr. 
Laws, Donny Joet; Soph. 
Lawton. Heidi; Jr 
Lay. Deborah Anne; Jr_ 



Layton. Lmda; Jr. 
Leach, Beverly C-: fr. 

Leadbener David: Soph. 
Leak, Robert jr,, Soph. 
Leaver, Ruthie: Fr. 
Leavitl. Harvey. Soph. 
Leazer. Mark; Fr 
LeBow, James. Jr, 
Ledbetler, Michael. Soph. 



Ledbetter. Sherry: Jr. 
Lee, Brian M.; Soph. 
Lee, Cynthia D: Jr. 
Lee. Mary C : Fr. 
Lee, Homer W.: Soph. 
Leeuwenburg. Sue; Fr. 
Lefkowitz, Ben: Fr. 
LeGene, Traci; Soph 
Leggerte, Rosemary; Fr. 



Lehman. Robin; Fr. 

Leidheiser, Stephen; Jr. 
Leight, Peggy, Soph 
Leith. Linda Joan. Soph 
LeMaire, EIke; Soph. 
Lemmond, Mark Ray; Soph. 
Lemons, Anna L; Soph 
Lennon. Matt; Jr 
Lentz. G. Michael. Soph. 



Lentz. Waif Bing'iFr 
Leonard, Elizabeth; Fr. 
Leonard. Nancy L; Jr 
Leonard. Wayne; Fr. 
Leonhardl. Toby Gene Fr 
Leslie. Robert W; Jr. 
Leventhal. Steve; Fr. 
Levey. Tammara; Soph. 
Levinson. Drew Harry; Fr. 



Levy. Elizabeth; Soph 
Lewallen, Mary Anne: Jr 
Lewis, Alison: Jr. 
Lewis, Evelyn Jill; Soph. 
Lewis, M Joyce; Jr. 
Lewis, Robin; Fr. 
Lewis, Sandy; Fr. 
Lewis. Sherry; Fr. 
Lewis. Willis E.; fr. 



LHommedieu, Philip; Jr 
Lteberman, Linda; Fr 
Liebert. Laura P.; Jr. 
Ligon. Lucy; Soph. 
Linder, Susan J., Fr. 
Lindler. Bright. Soph. 
Lindley, Virginia M,; Soph. 
Lindo, Vicki; Soph. 
Lindsay, Laura ^..Jr. 



Lindsay, Mark J,; Fr 
Lindsay, Elizabeth D; Jr. 

Lindberger, Betsy: Fr. 
Lineberger. Robert; Jr. 
Lineberg^r. Ruth; Soph. 
Link, Beth C; Soph. 
Linker, Lindsay; Jr. 
Linthicum, Jennifer; Fr 
Lipford. Melia A.; Soph. 



Lippman, Stuart Jay; Soph. 
Litaker, William Jr.; Soph. 
Litchfield, Richard C Jr 
Little, Barry A.; Fr 
Little. Mark;Fr. 
Little, Melissa, Soph. 
Livesay, Margie: Fr. 
Livengood. Susan M.; Soph. 
Livingston. Kim; Soph. 



Lloyd, Angela; Fr. 
Lloyd. John Lee. Fr. 
Lockamy. Mitch; Fr. 
Lockhart, Jennifer H.; Jr. 
Lockhart. Susan; Fr. 
Locklear. Anthony; Soph. 
Locklear, Enc P.: Soph. 
Loflin, LuEllen G ; Soph 
Lofquist. Elizabeth A.; Jr. 



Loftis. Warren Thomas; Fr. 
Lomax, Laura Lea: Soph. 
Long, Daniel Taylor; Soph. 
Long. Lisa: Soph. 
Long, Randy; Fr 
Long, Robert A. Jr.; Jr 
Long, Sherri; Jr. 
Long. Steve; Fr. 
Long, Susan Umstead; Fr. 



\% 



557 



H« 



Long, W. Chnslopher; Soph. 
Looper, William, Soph. 
Lofentz, Wayne J J., Fr 
Losa, Barbara. Soph. 
Loseke, Russell David; Fr. 
Lolspeich, Julie Anne, Fr 
Love. Audrey Maria; Soph 
Love, Cindy; Jr. 
Love, Darlene; Soph. 



Love, James. H.: Fr. 
Love, Quincy Caroline; Jr 
Love, Richard, Soph. 
Lovell, Cheri L,, Fr. 
Lovell. Christy L.. Fr. 
Lovell. Shelley; Fr. 
Lovette. Craig; Soph. 
Lovins, Greg, Soph. 
Lowder, N. Kathy; Jr 



Lowe, Perry E III; Soph. 
Lowe, Randy; Jr. 
Lowe, Susan Lynne; Jr. 
Lowery, Rhonda; Soph. 
Lowery, Rod; Jr. 
Lowrance, Julie Ann; Jr. 
Lowrance, Pamela K . Soph. 
Lucas. Debra Dean; Jr. 
Lucas. Evelyn Gail; Soph. 



Lucas, Terre F., Soph. 
Luce, Sherri; Fr 
Lucido. Tim; Jr. 
Lugar, James F,; Soph 
Luh. Albert; Fr. 
Luke, Enid. Soph. 
Lum, Tammy; Fr. 
Luplon, Diane, Fr. 
Lustte, James; Fr. 



Luther. Eric L,; Soph. 
Lyerly. Ronald Eric; Soph. 
Lyies, Ricky Donald; Jr. 
Lynch, Bruce Golden, Jr 
Lynch, Gerald Craig. Jr. 
Lynch, Leigh Ann; Soph. 
Lynch, Reggie; Jr. 
Lynn, Cathy; Jr. 
Lyon. Judy; Soph. 



Lyon. Steven Robert; Soph. 
Lyons, Kevin; Soph. 
Maass. John, Fr 
MacDonald, Deborah; Soph. 
Mac Fie, Evalyn; Fr. 
Machado, Betty; Fr 
Machnik, Julie; Soph. 
Maclntyre, Lisa S.; Fr. 
Mack, Fernando Lamas; Jr. 



Mackie. Linda; Fr. 
MacKinnon, Kathy, Soph. 
Mackintosh, Mic S.; Jr 
MacLaren, Gary; Jr. 
Maddrey, Lee Andress. Fr 
Madison, Christopher; Jr. 
Maggard. Dennis; Jr. 
Makela, Gregory; Jr. 
Malcolm, Kathryn L,; Jr. 



Malcolm, Lawrence D.; Fr. 
Mallard, Keith, Jr. 
Mallinson, Peter; Soph. 
Mallory, Erma Jean; Soph. 
Malone, Patrice; Jr. 
Malpass, George L; Fr. 
Maness, Timothy L.; Fr. 
Maney, Maureen, Soph. 
Mangano. Linn; Jr. 



Mangum, David Anthony; Jr. 
Mangum. Norma Jewell; Soph. 
Mann. Cynthia; Fr. 
Mann, Deborah; Fr. 
Mann, Grayce M.; Jr. 
Mann, Jennifer; Fr. 
Mann. Penny I.; Fr. 
Manning, Knstal. Soph. 
Manning, Linda Rae; Fr. 



Manning, Mary W,; Soph. 
Manning, Molly; Soph. 
Manning, R Michelle; Fr. 
Manos. Nick; Soph. 
Manship, Ty; Fr. 
Manuel, Judi; Fr. 
Maples. John; Jr. 
Marcus, Matthew; Fr. 
Maready. Anita flaye; Jr. 



Maready, Marian; Jr. 
Marion, Dean; Jr 
Markland, Alton F.; Soph. 
Marks. Kelly; Jr. 
Marks, Robert Edward, Jr, 
Marks, William P Jr.; Fr. 
Marlowe, Nan; Fr. 
Marsh, Karerii Soph, 
Marshall. AlKson; Fr. 












558 




Marshall. Dale M-: Soph 
Marshall, Eva, Jr 
Marshall, Janet. Soph. 
Marshall. Marty. Jr, 
Marshall, Sharoyn. Soph 
Marsicano, J Reedy. Soph. 
Martin. Andrea A.; Soph. 
Martin, Anne, Soph. 
Martin, Blake. J/-. 



Martin. Cathy; Fr. 
Martin. Dotty Jo: Soph 
Martin, Edwin H. Jr : Fr. 
Martin, Gail Ann; Fr. 
Martin. Alan H, Jr.; Fr. 
Martin. Jane T.; Fr. 
Martin. Janet L; Jr. 
Martin, Kathy; Soph 
Martin. Mary Ann, Soph. 



Martin, Molly E,: Soph. 
Martin, Patricia: Soph. 

Martin, Sherry L... Soph. 
Martin. Suzanne; Jr. 
Martin, Virginia l_; Fr. 
Martinelli, Ann; Jr. 
Marvin, Lora, Soph 
Marvin. Richard F., Fr. 
Mason, Charlene. Soph. 



Mason. Donna G.: Jr. 
Mason, Keith A., Jr. 
Mason, Rebecca; Fr. 
Mason. Tim; Jr. 
Massie, William Loyal; Fr. 
Master. Maureen N ; Fr. 
Matherly. Ricky L; Soph. 
Mathiasen, Elizaoelh; Soph. 
Mathis, Jeffrey Don , Jr. 



Mathts, L Tanya D.: Fr. 
Malone Jo Ann; Jr. 
Matthews, Beverly D.; Fr. 
Matthews, Cheryl; jr. 
Matthews. Dav.d L; Jr. 
Marthews Mike; Soph. 
Matthews, Monte Lee; Soph. 
Matthews. Patricia A.. Jr. 
Matthews. Robin E ; Fr. 



Matthews. Susan L; Soph. 
Matthews, Tim; Soph 
Matthis, Emily; Fr. 
Matthis, Tommy Lee; Fr. 
Mattingly. Martha A.; Fr 
Mauch. Dieter; Fr. 
Mauck. Andrew Gray; Soph. 
Maultsby. Beckr; fr. 
Maultsby. Joy; Soph. 



Maultsby, Lisa; Soph. 
Mauney. Susan; Fr. 
Maxwell. Doug; Soph. 
Maxwell. Lynette; Fr. 
Mayberry, Paul; Soph 
Mayes. Tom: Soph. 
Maytield, Becky; Fr. 
Maynard. Ann; Soph. 
Maynard. James W. Jr.. Fr. 



Maynor, Stephanie, Fr. 
Mayo, WarxJa: Soph 

Mays. Kelly, Jr. 
Mazo, Dianne Lynn; Soph 
Mazurek. Sharon Ann; Fr. 
McBnde, Timolhy J.; Jr. 
McCain. Mary Eloise, Jr 
McCaniess. Jamie L-. Fr. 
McCann. Maureen; Fr. 



McCarter. Oarlynn M.; Fr. 
McCarter. Robin J.; Jr. 
McCarter. Sonja; Fr. 
McCarty. Monica L; Fr. 
McCauley. Brenda C; Jr 
McCauley Chns, Fr. 
McCauley Reoekah; Soph 
McClam, William K.; Soph. 
McClanahan. Ana; Soph. 



McClure, Robyn; Fr. 
McCoii, Hugh Leon;Fr. 
McCorkle. Leslie. Jr. 
McCormick. Bo. Soph. 
McCormick. Lauri; Fr. 
McCormick, Stephanie: Fr. 
McCoy, Angela D.; Soph. 
McCoy. Lisa: Soph. 
McCoy. William F.; Soph. 



McCracken. Patricia; Fr. 
McCracken. Peggy; Soph. 
McCraw, Gregory L; Jr, 
McCray, Debra: Jr. 
McCready Karen. Soph. 
McCnIlis, Lisa Ann: Fr. 
McCrory, Therese A.; Soph 
McCullers. William. Fr. 
McCullough, Eli: Soph 



559 



WB^ 



McDaniel, Eugene, Ft. 
McDonald, Arthur III; Soph. 
McDonald, Gary; Jr. 
McDonald, Clyde M., Jr 
McDonald. William M-. Jt- 
McDougai, Mark R., ft- 
McDougald, Patricia; Jr 
McDowell. Ian; Jr. 
McDowell. Jane, ^f- 



McDowell, Wm Doug; fr 
McEiveen, Sharon, Fr. 
McEntee, Kathleen, Jr 
McEntire. Linda D ; ^r 
McFadyen, Doris L . Jr 
McFails, George; Jr. 
McGeachy, Laura E; Jr. 
McGhee. Debra L.; Jr. 
McGhee, Rosalind: Soph 



McGilLJetf; Jr. 
McGinnis. Clifford K.; fr. 
McGlade, Bernadette; Jr. 
McGlamery. Susan; Soph. 
McGough, Kelly C Jr. 
McGowan, Elexsis, >ir 
McGrew. Todd, Fr. 
McGuire, Tracy Lynne; fr. 
Mclver, Angle; Soph. 



McJunkin, Cathy; Jr. 
McKaughan, Joshua L.; Fr. 
McKay, Audrey; Jr. 
McKay, Trent; Soph. 
McKee, Kelly; Fr 
McKeel, Mary Lynn; Fr. 
McKeithan, Donna Rose; Fr. 
McKeithen, Daniel R.; Fr. 
McKellar. Eleanor W.; Fr. 



1 



McKelvey. 
McKenzie, 

McKenzle, 
McKenzie, 
McKenzie, 

McKenzie, 
McKinney, 
McKissick, 
McKnight, 



Kathryn; Jr. 
Greg; Jr. 

Heather D.; Fr. 
John T,; Fr 
Joyce D.; Jr. 
Susan; Jr. 
Debbie; Soph. 
Dawn; Fr. 
David; Fr. 



McKnight, Mark Wayne; Soph. 

McKoy, Rickye; Soph. 
McLamb, Donald Jr.; Soph. 
McLaughlin, Ann; Fr. 
McLaughlin, Mark, Fr. 
McLaughlin, Neely; Soph. 
McLean, Alexander W.; Fr. 
McLean, Dolores Marie; Fr. 
McLean, Donna Ann; Soph. 



McLean, Frederick M.; Fr. 
McLean, William, Fr. 
McLemore, Alvin K.; Soph. 
McLemore, Denise; Fr. 
McLeod, Clair, Fr. 
McLeod, Ralph Kevin; Fr. 
McMahan, James S,; Soph. 
McManus, John; Jr. 
McManus, Julia; Fr. 



McMaster, Mary Louise; Jr. 
McMasters, Randal Jay; Jr. 
McMillan, Margery, Soph. 
McMillan, Mary; F'^r. 
McMillan, Samuel D. Ill; Fr. 
McMorrow. Mac, Fr. 
McMurray, Lauren A.; Jr. 
McNeely. Yogi; Fr. 
McNeill, Kenneth; Fr. 



McNeill. Martha; Fr, 
McNeil, Mary Margaret; Jr. 
McNeill. Pauline; Fr, 
McNeill, Robert Burns; Fr. 
McNeill, Ruth; Jr. 
McNew, Lisa; Fr. 
McRae, Delphine L.; Fr. 
McRary, Renee; Fr. 
McSpadden, Ann; Jr 



McSwain, Meghan; Fr. 
Meadows. Mary Lynn; Jr. 
Maasamer, Marty; Jr, 
Mecke, Michele; Jr. 
Medders, Glen; Jr. 
Medearis, Katharine; Fr. 
Medicus, Mary; Jr, 
Medlin, Allison Long; Jr. 
Medlin, Tom Jr.; Fr 



Mehailescu, Sandy; Fr. 
Meier, Susan L,; Jr. 
Melton, Denise; Jr. 
Melton, Mark; Fr. 
Melton, Steven, Jr 
Melvin, Gregor> A., Soph. 
Mercer, Linda; Soph. 
Mercer, Rex K.; Soph. 
Meredith, Anne; Fr. 




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560 




Merkel. Lyda; Jr 
Merrill, Catherine. Jr. 
Michael, Andrew; jr. 
Michael, Elizabeth; Fr. 
Michaels. Greg; Jr 
Michal Douglas L,; Soph 
Michelis, Mary. Fr. 
Michie. Forsyth, Fr. 
Michie, Theodore C; Jr. 



Mickle, Andrea Gail; Fr, 
Middleton, Anne M.:Fr. 
Midyetie. Sebia; Soph. 
Mikell. Milhe. Fr 
Mikklelsen. Jane: Fr. 
Mikles, Renee; Soph. 
Miles, Michael Reid;Jr. 
Miller. Benjamin E,. Fr. 
Miller. Courtenay: Soph. 



Miller. E Allen; Soph. 
Miller, Edward Alan; Soph. 
Miller, John Nick; Jr. 
Miller. Kate; Fr. 
Miller. Kathy Sue; Soph 
Miller, Margaret; Jr. 
Miller, Mark; Fr. 
Miller. Mark K.; Fr. 
Milter. Mike: Soph. 



Miller, Monica; Soph. 
Miller. Nancy: Soph 
Miller, Patricia C : Soph. 
Miller. Rhonda: Soph. 
Miller, Sharon Kay; Fr. 
Miller, Stephen P.Jr 
Milts. Christopher; Soph. 
Mills, Kim Mane; Soph. 
Mills, Maria; Fr. 



Mills. Martha Shaw; Jr. 
Mills. Nancy D ; Fr. 
Mills, Pamela Ann; J/-. 
Mills, Sandra; Soph, 
Millwood. Connie I., Soph. 
Miiroy, Meg, Soph. 
Mmderman. Barbara; fr. 
Mingle, Stephanie. Fr. 
Minor, Theresa Lynn; Fr. 



Mintz. David Glenn; Fr. 
Mitchell, Dennis Lee. Fr. 
Mitchell. Frederick; Fr. 
Mitchell, Glenn III; Soph 
Mitchell. Lori; Fr 
Mitchell, Marion C . Fr. 
Mitchener. John A.; Soph. 
Mitchener. Sara E.. Fr, 
Mitchum. Tony; Soph. 



Mitsuhashi. Yoko: Jr 
Mixon, Debra Lynn; Fr. 
Mixon. Forest O. Ill; Jr. 
Mock. Jimmy. Fr. 
Moffett. Dale; Fr. 
Moise, Chris; Fr. 
MoIfc, Gail, Jr. 
Monaghan, Bob; Soph 
Monahan. Thomas C; Soph. 



IMAA 



Morgan, 
Morgan 
Morgan 
Morgan, 
Morgan. 
Morgan, 
Morgan 
Morgan. 
Morgan. 



Janice Marie: Fr. 
Jeil. Jr 
Jerome; Fr 
Leroy: Soph. 
L. Timothy; Fr. 
Melanie A,, Soph. 
Richard Jr.; Soph. 
Stephen D.. Soph. 
Tammy; Jr. 



Morgan. Teri; Fr 
Morgan, Wayne F ; Jr 
Morgan, William Jr.; Soph. 
Moriarty, Ann; Soph. 
Moriarly, Barbara; Jr. 
Moritz. Cindy; Fr 
Morrah, Cynthia; Soph. 
Morrett, Patsy A , Soph. 
Morris, Denese; Soph 



Morris. Denise; Fr. 
Morris, Joe; Fr. 
Morris, Linda Carol; Soph. 
Mon-is. Melanie T., Fr. 
Morris, Michael, Fr. 
Morns. Neil; Soph. 
Morris. Nikki; Jr 
Morris, Shelley F , Fr. 



el ley i- 
m. Fr. 



Morns. Toi 



Morrison. David S.; Jr 
Morrison. Harriett, Fr. 
Morrison, Julia B.; Fr. 
Morrison. Lisa Ann; Fr. 
Morrison, Lori; Fr. 
Morrison, Nicholas; Fr. 
Morrison, Robert, Fr. 
Morton. Cornelia; Jr. 
Morton, Kenneth: Jr. 



Morton, Metinda: Fr. 
Morton, Sonny; Soph. 
Moseley, Marian; Soph. 
Moseley, Patsey R ; Soph. 
Moser, Mark Andrew; Fr. 
Moses, Valerie B., Fr. 
Moss. Charles; Soph. 
Moss, David B-; Soph. 
Moss, Janet M.\ Jr. 



Molt, Tarpley; Fr. 
Moye, Lawrence A, Ml; Jr. 
Moyer. Jennifer Hope; Fr. 
Moyer, Valerie L.; Soph. 
Mueller. Christopher; Soph. 
Muldrow. James; Jr. 
Mullen, Steve: Soph. 
Mullis, Randy: Fr. 
Mullis. Richard; Soph. 



Mullis, Ron; Fr. 
Mumford, Mac; Fr. 
Mundy, Garland R.; Fr. 
Munn, Albert R., Soph. 
Munro. Donald; Soph. 
Murph, Jeffrey D.; Soph. 
Murphy, David E.; Soph- 
Murphy, Kathy; Fr. 
Murphy, Kim: Fr. 



Murphy, Noreen; Soph. 
Murphy. Sally Ann; Soph. 
Murphy, Scott; Jr. 
Murphy, William J,; Fr. 
Murray, Alan; Jr 
Murray, Gloria; Jr. 
Murray, Pam; Jr. 
Murray, Susan Grace; Fr. 
Murrell, Mark; Fr. 



Musgrave, Meg; Jr. 
Musselwhile, Vickie: Jr 
Mustafa, Khalid.Fr. 
Musten, Jan; Soph. 
Myers, Alecia Anne; Fr. 
Myers, Beth; Fr 
Myers, David Bruce; Fr. 
Myers, Elizabeth A.; Soph. 
Myers. John Robert; Fr. 



Myers, Johnnie; Soph. 
Myers, Lee; Jr. 
Myers, Lesley; Jr. 
Myhrum, Kristi; Fr. 
Mylett, William; Soph. 
Nader. Paul B.; Soph. 
Nail. David T . Jr. 
Nailor, Carolyn B.; Soph. 
Naitor, Margie: Jr. 



Nance. David R.. Soph. 
Narron, Frank R, Jr.: Fr. 
Nash, Charles F .Jr. 
Naylor. Olen C ; Soph. 
Naylor, Susan; Soph, 
Neal, Lynn, Soph. 
Neal, Mary Louise; Soph. 
Neal, Thomas E,, Fr. 
Neas, Harriet; Jr. 





562 






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Nechvatal, Sherry: Jr. 
Needham, Vanessa L Fr 
Neir. Katte; Fr 
Nelson. Biri; Fr. 
Nelson. Knsti L.:Jr. 
NeSmith, Ginger Soph. 
Nethery. Tim, Jr. 
Netteler. Phillip 0.: Fr. 
Neville. Mike; Soph. 



Newell, Graeme N.; Fr. 

Newman. Ginger: Jr. 
Newnam. Michael K.. Jr. 
Newsom, Edward W,; Soph. 
Newsome. Albert R . Fr 
Newsome, John S,; Fr. 
Newton. Adrian J.: Jr 
Newton. Deborah A.: Soph. 
Newton. Joseph: Jr. 



Newton. Mary Anna; Fr. 
Newton, Michete: Soph. 
Newton, Paul. Fr. 
Nicholls. Catherine: Fr. 
Nicholson. Lori Anne; Fr. 
Nicklaw. Tracy A.; Fr. 
Nixon. Lee: Fr. 
Nixon. Monerte; Fr 
Noble. Martha: Soph 



Noble. Richard C.Jr. 
Noe. Aprille Ann. Soph. 

Noland. Tammy: Fr. 
Noneman, Anne: Jr. 
Nooe, Cora Sueltenifr. 
Norby, Robert Brent; Fr. 
Norkus. Thomas J.. Soph. 
Noms, Judy: Jr 
Norris, Laura E-; Soph. 



Norris. Renee*; Soph. 
Norris. Robert: Soph. 
Norris. Ronald C: Fr. 
Nofthcutt. Allison; Jr 
Northcutt. Henry O.: Soph. 
NovaK. Sea: Fr. 
Noweii. Lydia Jan; Jr 
Oakley, Alvin Clyde; Jr 
Oakley. Diane: Fr. 



Oakley, Lunsford:Jr 
Oakley, Pamela; Soph. 
Oberrauch, Chnstine; Fr. 
Bnen. Wesley F.: Fr. 
Obrist, Philip fl.: Fr. 
OConneli Steven; Fr. 
O Connor John J.; Soph. 
O Connor. Patty: Soph. 
O Dell. Donna Sue; Jr 



Odom. Karen Elaine: Fr. 
O'Hearn, Terry- Jr. 
Ohier Chnsann Jr 
OKeiley. Paula Jr. 
Olasov. Barbara: Soph. 
Oldham Dan, Soph 
Olive. Richard Jr. 
Otson, Alan T.: jr 
O Madigan, Patricia: Fr. 



OMara. Dion: Jr. 
Omran, Hanan. Soph. 
Ondishko. Martha M.; Soph. 
O Neil. Sharyn E.: Soph. 
ONeil. Justine: Fr. 
ONeill. Kathleen: Fr 
Ortolani, Nancy: Soph. 
Osbahr Albert J. til: Jr 
Osborne. Kim; Jr 



Osborne, Unda G.: Fr. 
Osborne. R- Brady; Jr. 
Osteen. William L,; Fr. 
Ostwalt. Conrad E; Jr 
Oteri, Dolores D.: Soph. 
Ono, Jill E; Jr 
Overby, Charles W. Jr.; Jr 
Overcash, Kandy: Fr. 
Overcash. Sharon K.; Fr. 



Overman. Richard; Sc^/i. 
Overman. Steven D.; Jr 
Overton. Jackie: Jr. 
Overton. James C; Soph. 
Overton. John M.: Fr. 
Owen. Bruce Edward: Fr. 
Owen. William; Jr 
Owens. Bill. Jr. 
Owens, Donna Jean; Sopft. 



Owens 


James M.; Soph. 


Owens 


Patncia E : Fr. 


Owens 


Tim: Soph 


Owens 


William: Soph. 


Owens 


William W.- Jr 


Oxendi 


ne. Donald R; Fr 


Oxendi 


r\e. Kathy- Fr 


Oxendi 


ne, Rickv, Sooh. 


Pacofsky, Gregory, Soph. 



563 



Padgett, Sydney C. Soph. 
Page. Catherine A,, Jr. 
Page. Karen, Fr 
Painter, Leslie K.; Jr. 
Palmer, Barbara; Fr. 
Palmer, Kaye V , Soph. 
Palmer, Patti; Jr. 
Palmer, Susan L.; Fr. 
Pannell, Robert R,; Fr. 



Panoscha. Rita; Fr. 
Papanaslasiou. Johin. Fr. 
Parham. Natalie, Fr. 
Parham, Steve; Soph 
Park, Hyminh; Fr. 
Parker, Constanette; Sop/7. 
Parker, David E ; Jr. 
Parker, Donald Ray. Soph. 
Parker, Eric; Soph. 



Parker, Jackie. Jr. 
Parker, Lisa; Soph. 
Parker, Patty: Jr 
Parker, Rachel H.; Soph. 
Parker, Ron; Soph. 
Parker, Sharon, Soph. 
Parker, Steven F , Fr. 
Parks. Kathy; Soph. 
Parks, Ralph. Soph. 



Parr, David Wilson; Fr. 
Parra. Laura; Jr. 
Parns, Temple P.; Fr. 
Parrish, Susan; Jr. 
Parrott, Jacob W ; Fr. 
Parsons, Benjie J.; Fr. 
Parsons, Beth; Jr. 
Partrick, Marianna; Soph. 
Paschal. Doug; Jr. 



Paschal, Patricia A.; Fr. 
Paschall, Amy A.; Soph. 
Paschall. John; Fr. 
Patch, Strawberry; Soph. 
Pate. Donna: Jr. 
Patel, Pranav; Soph. 
Patten, Janice Kaye; Jr. 
Patterson, Carl P.; Fr. 
Patterson. Kathy. Jr. 



Patterson, Leigh A.; Fr. 
Patterson, Melissa A,. Fr. 
Patterson, Patricia. Soph. 
Patterson, Penny: Jr. 
Patterson, Tamara: Soph. 
Patterson, Tony. Fr. 
Patton, Emilie; Jr. 
Patton, Frances E,; Soph. 
Paylor. Laura: Jr. 



Payne, Pat; Jr. 
Payne, Sharon: Fr. 
Pazdan, Mary Beth; Soph. 
Peace, Laura; Soph. 
Peacock, Susan; Jr 
Pearce, Liz; Jr. 
Pearsall, Majorie; Soph. 
Pearsall. Mark A.; Fr. 
Pearson. Dawn; Soph. 



Pearson, Paula: Soph. 
Peckham, S. Delaine: Fr. 
Peck, Kathy Ann; Jr. 

Peel, Mimi; Fr. 
Peele. Claire E.; Jr. 
Peele. Mitchell A.: Jr. 
Peele, Murphy, Soph. 
Peele, Theresa: Fr. 
Peeler, Laura; Jr. 



Peeler, Patti; Jr. 
Pegram, Mark D.; Fr. 
Pendergraph, Janice; Fr. 
Pendergrass. Suzanne; Fr. 
Pendergrast, Craig; Soph. 
Pennell, Donald 0-. Fr. 
Penry, Marcia Lee: Soph. 
Perez, Patty; Fr. 
Perkins. Louise; Soph. 



Perry, Cheryl Denise; Jr. 
Perry. Jean M,. Jr. 
Perry, Judy; Fr 
Perry, Michael K,; Jr 
Perry, Sheila Renee; Fr 
Perry, Wendy L.; Soph 
Pershing, Alan; Jr. 
Peters, Alan M.; Jr. 
Peters, Powell; Fr. 



Peterson, Grady; Jr. 
Peterson, John Paul; Fr. 
Peterson, Kim; Jr. 
Pettibone, Jocelyn. Soph. 
Petway, Dora; Fr 
Pharr. Evelyn K.; Soph. 
Phelps, Al; Jr. 
Phelps. Timothy: Soph. 
Phiter. Debra A.; Jr. 



564 





Wiiltips. 

Phillips, 
Phillips, 
Phillips, 
Phillips, 
Phillips, 
Phillips. 
Phillips. 
Phillips. 



Bonnie K.; Soph 
Davia Cary, Fr. 
Leisha M.; Fr 
Melonia. Soph. 
Meneta, Fr 
Nancy Sue: Fr 
Pamela Jean; Fr. 
Rebecca L.: Fr 
Richard. Fr. 



Phillips. Steve: J/-. 
PiCkard, Lecia; Fr. 
Pickering, Kelly; Soph. 
PiCkrel, Debra: Jr. 
Pierce. Amy, Fr. 
Pierce, Penny Rose: Fr. 
Pielroski. Nancy A.: Fr. 
Piggon, Bert: Jr. 
Pilcher. Debra L.: Soph. 



Piner, Kelly; Fr_ 
Pinhero, Michael. Jr 
Pinkelton, Gary; Soph. 
Pinnex. LaRosa; Soph. 
Pippin, Dianne, Fr 
Pittard, Vernon; Fr. 
Pitlman, D Shay; J/- 
Pittman, Gregory Bruce: Jr. 
Pittman. Kathryn, Soph. 



Pittman. Lawrence; Soph. 
Pittman. Terry; Jr 
Pitts, Sharon Dianne; Fr. 
Plan, Marcta Beth; Fr. 
Plant, Nancy Fr. 
Piatt, Michael D.; Fr. 
Plemmons, Mark A.; Fr. 
Plenefisch. William; Jr. 
Pless, Page Adair; Jr 



Poetzinger, James; Fr. 
Poindexter, Hobertnette; Fr. 
Pointer, Kathryn; Fr. 
Polmsky, Nancy: Jr. 
Polk, Donna L; Fr. 
Pollard, Lehman; Fr. 
Pollard. Teresa. Fr. 
Poison, Tern; Jr. 
Ponder, Tom; Fr. 



Poole, Dale Scott; Fr 

Poole, Gary: Fr. 
Pooie, Janice R.; Jr. 
Poole, Kenneth E.; Fr. 
Poole, Margaret K.; Soph 
Poole. Samuel H.; Fr. 
Poole, Shawn; Soph. 
Pope, Caroline: Fr. 
Pope. Deborah Lynn; Fr. 



Pope, Gail Lorraine, Fr. 
Pope, Jane: Fr. 
Pope, Myra S., Soph. 
Pore, J. Frankim. Fr. 
Porter, Charles G ; Soph. 
Porter, Gary Lynn; Soph. 
Porter, Nancy: Soph. 
Porter, Patricia L; Soph. 
Porter, Robert; Soph. 



Porterfield. Cheryl D,; Fr. 
Porterfield, David J.; Soph 
Posey, Martin H; Jr 
Postell, Walter D ; Soph. 
Potts, Cathenne: Soph. 
Powell, Cathy, Jr 
Powell, David; Soph. 
Powell. Donna Hart. Jr 
Powell. John D ; Soph. 



Powell, flobert; Fr. 
Powell, Rodney; Soph. 

Powell, Russell C; Soph. 
Powell, Sarah Lynn; Fr. 
Prather, Shen; Jr 
Pratt, James: Jr. 
Prescoit, Nancy; Fr. 
Pressiy, Margaret M,: Soph. 
Preston. Lisa. Jr. 



Prevatte, Lawrence: Jr 
Previtte, Robert; Soph 
Price. Allison: Soph 
Price, Bill, Jr 
Price, Cynthia Lynn; Fr. 
Price. David: Soph. 
Price, Jennifer R., Soph. 
Price, Lawanda, Fr. 
Price, Melody M., Fr 



Prit^, Pamela Ann. Fr. 
Price, Steve, Fr. 
Price, Timothy S.:Jr 
Priddy, Barbara: Fr. 
Pridgen, Alisa Joy, Fr. 
Pridgen, Genie, Fr 
Pridgen, Michael M.; Jr. 
Priest, Jerry D.. Soph. 
Priester. Pele; Fr 



565 



Priestley. David: Jr. 
Primm. John Thomas, Jr. 
Prince, Susan E , Soph. 
Pritchard. Catherine E,; Soph. 
Privetle. Soma, Fr 
Proctor, Hazel; Jr. 
Proctor, Theresa: Soph. 
Proctor, Thomas A , Soph. 
Proffit. Edward. Soph, 



Propst, Jacqueline L., Fr. 
Propst. Robert B,; Fr. 
Pruett. Susan E , Fr. 
Puckett, Sheila Carol,; Fr. 
Pugh, Loretta J ; Soph. 
Pufliam, David White; fr, 
Purcell. Lucy, Jr. 
Purser. Caroline; Jr. 
Pursiey, Cynthia I.; Fr. 



Pursley. Donna; Soph. 

Purvis, Debra Lynn, Fr 
Puterbaugh. Mark, Jr 
Putnam, Lawson, Jr. 
Quadlin, Gillian E; Jr. 
Quaile, Charlton, Jr. 
Queen, Kathryn, Fr. 
Quick, Linda; Jr. 
Quigley, Keith; Jr. 



Quin. Lethea E,. Fr. 
Quinn. Dorene; Fr, 
Quire, Susan Marie; Fr. 
Raber, Gregory C. Soph. 
Raber, Randall L.; Fr. 
Radcliff, Karen; Fr. 
Radermacher, Martha; Fr. 
Radford, Nancy; Fr. 
Radovanic, Daniel X,; Fr. 



Ragland. John P.; Fr. 
Ragland, William; Fr. 
Raines, Gwendolyn; Soph. 
Raines. Linda Marie; Fr. 
Rains, Tim; Jr. 
Rainwater, Myra D.; Soph. 
Rak, Edward, Fr. 
Ralston, Edwina; Fr. 
Rambo, Jane; Jr. 



Ramsay, Cedrick L.; Soph. 
Ramsey, Christy Lee; Jr. 
Ramsue, Judy M.; Fr. 
Rand, Richard; Soph. 
Randle, Karen G.; Soph. 
Randolph. Mark F.; Fr. 
Rankin, Chuck E ; Soph. 
Rankin, Marjo: Jr. 
Ransdell. William; Fr. 



Ranson, Lester A.; Fr. 

Ranson, Robert M.; Soph, 
Ratclitt, Cyndi; Soph. 
Ratliffe, Vanessa; Fr. 
Rau, Ron; Fr 

Rawtingson, Byron; Soph. 
Ray, Billy; Jr. 
Ray, Cheryl; Soph, 
Ray. Jennifer A.; Soph. 



Ray. Kenneth; Soph. 
Ray, Lisa. Fr. 
Ray. Sonya Lisa; Fr. 
Raye, Lisa; Fr. 
Raymond, Sharon L.; Soph- 
Read, Daniel; Soph. 
Read, Susan E,; Soph. 
Reaves. Bill; Fr. 
Reavis, Lee T,; Soph. 



Reddin, Thomas J ; Fr. 

Redecker, Jane M., Fr. 
Redmond, Lydia Aleta; Fr. 
Redmond, Nancy; Fr. 
Reed, Michael; Fr. 
Reep, Lynn: Fr 
Reep, Samuel F.; Fr. 
Reese. Nan Cooper, Soph 
Reeves. Andree E.; Jr 



Reeves. Carol; Soph. 
Reeves, Leigh; Fr. 
Reeves, Patti S,; Soph, 
Reeves, Robert J,; Soph. 
Regan. Michael. Soph. 
Register, Mary; Soph. 
Reid. Carolyn; Fr. 
Reid. James; Jr. 
Reid, Michael; Fr. 



Reid, Steven H.. Soph. 
Reid, Willetta; Soph. 
Reid. Winnie K.; fr. 
Rendleman, Bill; Jr. 
Renfro, Donna P., Jr. 
Respess, Grain; Fr. 
Respess, Sharon, Soph. 
Reuss, Sharon; Fr. 
Reynolds'; Mary Jean; Fr. 





566 




Rhodes. A Caroline; Fr 
Rhodes, G. Frederick; /^r 
Rhodes. Larry F ; Jr. 
Rhodes, Maura R Fr 
Rhodes. Williain A; Fr. 
Rhoney, Tamara Ann; Jr 
Rhyne, Lynne. Sopft. 
Rhvne, Nancy; Jr 
Rice. Janice V.; Fr 



Rich, Brenda. Soph 
Rich. Donald, Soph 
Richard. Christy. Fr. 
Richardson. Darnel; Soph. 
Richardson, Donna G.; Fr. 
Richardson. Jon. Fr. 
Richardson, Lisa N ; Fr 
Richardson. Michael: Fr. 
Rickenbacker, Shannan; Soph. 



Rjckert. Mary Ann; Soph. 
Ricks, Kevin Garfield; Fr. 
Ricks, Manon Carol; Soph. 
Riddle, Sandra Kay: Soph 
Ridge. Sharon; Fr 
Riggs, Chns; Jr 
Riggs, Michael Eugene: Fr. 
Riley. Diane Erwin; Jr. 
Riley. Rochelle. Soph. 



Ritchie, Deborah; Fr. 
Ritcdie. Patncia: Jr. 
Rivera, Eric M.; Soph. 
Rizzo. Ann Lewis, Fr. 
Roach, Barry; Jr. 
Roach. K. Tracy: Fr. 
Robbins. James: Soph. 
Bobbins. Jeanette; Soph. 
Robbins, Leslie J.: Jr. 



Robbins, Lynn; Soph 
flobbtns, Robm Melissa; Fr 
Robbins, Williarn: Sopft. 
Roberson, Marcia A.. Fr 
Roberts. Caria: Soph. 
Roberts, Cyndy: Jr 
Roberts, Cynthia Jane;*//-. 
Roberts. Eric; Soph. 
Roberts. Mantey; Jr. 



Roberts, Mary M.; Soph. 
Roberts, Melrnda Susan; Jr. 
Roberts; Rachel; Fr. 
Roberts, Tim; Fr 
Roberts, William; Fr. 
Robertson, Beth; Fr. 
Robertson, Dan; Jr.' 
Robertson, Kimberly; Fr. 
Robicsek, Steve; Jr. 



Robinette. Nelson; Soph. 
Robins, Barbara, Soph 
Robins, Ed; Soph. 
Robinson, Cathy, Soph 
Robinson, David. Jr. 
Robinson, Kathryn; Soph. 
Robinson. Neil. Jr 
Robinson, Patty A.; Soph. 
Robinson, Pickle; Fr. 



Robinson, Ronnie; Soph. 
Robinson, Stuart W,; Jr. 
Robinson, Tern L; Jr. 
Robinson. W A.; Soph. 
Robson, Paul Allen: Fr. 
Rockett, Eric R ; Jr 
Rockett, Kyle;Fr. 
Rodgers, Enc F.; Fr. 
Rogers, Amelia Lynn; Soph. 



Rogers, Charles: Fr. 
Rogers, Elizabeth: Fr. 
Rogers, Helen; Soph. 
Rogers, Hillary, Soph. 
Rogers, Laura Carole. Fr. 
Rogers, Melany; Fr. 
Rogers, Noah V,: Soph. 
Rogers. Vicki. Soph. 
Rollins. Michael; Fr 



Romeo. Gina Milissa: Soph. 
Romer. Jane E.; Jr 
Romney, Elizabeth: Fr. 
Rompalske, Dorothy, Jr. 
Rorie, Rita Lynette, Soph. 
Rose, Patricia; Soph 
Rose, William C. Jr. 
Roseannadando. Fernando; Fr. 
Roseannadanna. Roseanne:Fr. 



Roseman, Jan; Fr 
Roseman, Joseph E.; Soph 
Roseman. Melinda; Jr. 
Roseman, Todd; Soph. 
Rosenberger, Jim, Jr. 
Rosenbloom, Elisabeth; Fr. 
Rosenkranz, Jill; Soph. 
Rosenthal, Albert, Jr. 
Rosenwasser. Ann W.; Fr. 



567 






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Ross, Karen E.; Soph. 
Ross. Kathy Diane, Soph 
Ross. Lynne. Soph. 
Ross, Steven Y ; Soph. 
Rosser, Anna Bay; Jr. 
Rosser. Jane, Jr 
RossJtch, Alexander: Fr. 
Rossitch, Gene. Jr. 
Roten, Cara; Fr. 



Roth, Karen; Soph. 
Rothrock. Annette; Fr. 
Rouse. Ray; Jr. 
Rousseau. Tamera Rae; Fr 
Rowe, Freddie; Fr. 
Rowe. Susan L,, Jr. 
Rowe. Toni Lynn, Soph. 
Rowley, Karen Marie; Soph- 
Roy. Susan, Soph. 



Royal, Jill, Fr. 
Rudd. William; Jr. 
Rudisill. Cathy; Fr 
Ruff, Steven Douglas; Jr 
Ruffin, Wendy Y.; Fr. 
Rufttn, Yvette Oyanna; Fr. 
Runion, Kamie; Fr 
Runyon, Angie; Soph. 
Ruppe. Sharon Marie: Fr. 



Rusch, Katharine A.; Fr. 
Rushing, David A.; Jr. 
Rushton. Barbara A,; Jr. 

Russ, M Garry; Jr. 
Russ, Nora Jean; Soph. 
Russell, Layne; Soph. 
Russell, Lori; Soph, 
Rutherford, Gordon, B., Fr. 
Ryder, Carol; Fr. 



Ryon, Heather E.; Soph. 
Rzasa, Gary; Fr. 
Saadeh, Jane; Soph. 
Sachsenmaier, Laine;Jf. 
Saffelle, Robert N.; Jr. 
Sakata, Alexandra C; Fr. 
Salcines, Lillian; Soph. 
Saltzman, Leslie; Fr. 
Salyers. Beth;Fr. 



Sams, Susan; Fr. 
Sandage, Lisa A,; Fr. 
Sanders, Clarissa; Fr. 

Sanders, Daphney G.; Fr. 
Sanders, Edward; Soph. 
Sanders, Eleanor; Fr. 
Sanders, Vance; Soph. 
Sanders, William; Soph. 
Sanderson, David P.; Jr. 



Sanderson, Gary; Fr. 
Sanford, Tim; Soph. 
Sapp. Becky; Jr. 
Sapp, Miriam Elaine; Fr. 
Saravalli. Ann; Jr. 
Sasser, Debbie; Jr, 
Batcher, Burt; fr 
Satterfield, Mike; Soph. 
Sattler, Jane; Soph. 



Saunders, Barry F.; Soph. 
Saunders, Bob: Soph. 
Saunders, Charles; Fr. 
Saunders, E, Maria: Jr. 
Saunders, Julie Ann; Fr. 
Sawhney, Vinay: Jr. 
Sawyer, Dock; Jr. 
Sawyer, Jeffrey Leon; Fr. 
Sawyers, Roby Blake; Fr. 



Saylor. Carolyn: Jr, 
Saylor, Jennifer; Soph. 
Scarboro. Donna; Fr. 

Scarlett, Yolanda; Jr 
Schachner, Lynne. Fr. 
Schacht, Missy; Fr. 
Schaefer, Stephen P., Soph. 
Schewe. Mark; Jr. 
Schiffman, Phyllis: Soph. 



Schmidt, Tracey; Fr. 
Schneider, Conrad; Fr. 
Schneider, Joel; Soph. 
Schneiderman, Richard; Fr. 
Schnell, Karen, Fr. 
Schoedler, Scott. Jr. 
Schoen, Elizabeth; Soprt, 
Schoettler, Robin, Soph. 
Schofield, Elizabeth; Soph. 



Schuck, Sandra; Soph- 
Schulman, Stanley; Jr. 
Schultze. Michael; Soph. 
Schumacher. Karen; Soph. 
Schwartz. Amy. Jr. 
Schwartz, Betsy; Soph. 
Schwartz, Robert N.; Jr. 
Scott, Barbara, Jr. 
Scott. Carol Anne; Jr. 








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568 




Scon. Tad. Soph. 
Scon. Ursula: Fr. 
Scon, William; Jr, 
Scronce, Teresa: Fr 

Scronce, Ralph O , Jr 
Seaboch. Sandra: Soph. 
Seagroves, Cynthia; Soph. 
Seal, Mark: Fr 
Seals. James, Jr. 



Searcy, Nicholas; Soph 
Searle, Mary Beth. Fr. 
Seawell, Karen; Soph 
Sebald, Robert H.; Soph 
Sedberry, Debbie. Fr- 
Seely, Debbie, Fr. 
Segal, Janet: Soph. 
Seiglie. Jorge F.; Fr. 
Selden, Nancy; Fr. 



Self, Camilla; Fr 
Self. Susan B.Jr. 

Sellers, Ann, Fr. 
Sellers, Greg. Soph. 
Sellers. Karen E.; Soph. 
Sells. Pamela C; Soph. 
Semeniuk, Gordon, Soph. 
Senter, Carol, Jr. 
Sessoms, Curwood Jr.; Jr. 



Setzer. John R.; Soph. 
Setzer, Ruth O.; Fr. 
Sexton, Scott; Soph. 
Seybolt, Elizabeth 8.: Jr. 
Seymour, Frances; Soph. 
Shackelford, Daniel: Jr. 
Shackelford. Douglas; Soph. 
Shackelford, June E,; Fr. 
Shade, Kenny; Jr 



Shaffer. Richard L, Fr. 
Shanker, K.A Guha: Fr 
Sharpe, Amy; Fr. 
Sharpe, Curtis R.. Fr. 
Sharpe, Leonora L.; Fr. 
Sharpe, Renee; Soph 
Shatterly, Kyle D.; Fr 
Shaver, Daniel; Soph 
Shaver, Rebecca E.. Fr. 



Shaw, Debra. Soph. 
Shaw, Donald: Fr. 
Shaw, Grace Meade; Soph. 
Shaw. Stephen. Fr. 
Shearer, Susan; Fr. 
Sheares. Beverley; Fr. 
Shearin, Art, Jr. 
Shearin, Daun; Soph 
Shearin, Gaye; Fr. 



Shearin, Nancy D.; Soph. 
Sheehan, Iris Jo; Jr. 
Sheehan, Reggie: Fr. 
Sheehy, Timothy; Soph. 
Sheeks, Kelly: Jr. 
Sheets, Cathy; Soph, 
Sheffield, Dana; Fr. 
Shell, Frank; Jr. 
Shell, Greg; Jr. 






Simon. Nancy; Fr. 
Simpson, Alan; Soph. 
Simpson, David. Soph. 
Simpson, Ethelyn; Jr. 
Simpson. F Scort, Fr. 
Simpson, John R.; Jr 
Simpson, Natalie Jo; Soph. 
Simpson, Rhonda: Jr 
Simpson, Trudell Gear; Fr. 



Sims, Carolyn Denise; Fr 
Sims, Stephen Howard, Jr 
SIngletary, Joseph; Soph 
Singleton, David; Fr. 
Singley, David W , Jr 
Smk, Robert C ; Jr 
Sites. Peggy, Jr. 
Sitterson. Susan B,. Soph. 
Skldmore, Claire; Soph. 



Skillen, Jim; Fr. 
Skipper. Eric Ray, Soph. 
Skuria, Mary Ellen, Fr. 
Slack. Susan Jean; Jr. 
Slade, John R, Jr.; Fr. 
Slater, Mark A.; Jr 
Slaughter. Melody, Jr. 
Sledge, S. Robin; Fr. 
Sloan, Cheryl; Jr. 



Sloan, Karen; Fr. 
Sloop. Amanda, Soph. 
Slusher, Dina Gay; Fr. 
Small, Georgia; Soph. 
Small, Roxanne Marie; Jr. 
Small, Wendy; Soph. 
Smallwood, Ann B.; Jr. 
Smallwood, K. Teresa; Fr. 
Smart, Cindy; Soph. 



Smawley, Joy E.;Jr. 

Smiley, Richard Lee, Fr. 
Smisson, Taylor, Soph. 
Smith. Anna Annette, Fr. 
Smith, Cathy L.. Soph. 
Smith, Charles G,; Fr. 
Smith. Chris M.; Fr. 
Smith, Christy Annette; Fr. 
Smith. Cindy; Soph. 



Smith, Cindy S.; Soph. 
Smith. Connie; Fr, 
Smith, Cramer Leigh; Soph. 
Smith. Denise: Fr. 
Smith, Don; Jr. 
Smith, Donald; Soph. 
Smith. Edgar W.; Fr. 
Smith, Eleanor; Fr. 
Smith, Esther; Fr. 



Smith, James R,; Soph. 
Smith, Jane Hargrave; Jr. 

Smith, Joye: Soph. 
Smith, Julie; fr 
Smith. Julie Anne; Soph. 
Smith, Julie Elaine; Fr. 
Smith. Leslie; Jr. 
Smith. Linda; Jr. 
Smith, Lisa: Fr. 



Smith. Lyn Villa; Jr. 
Smith, Lynda; Jr. 
Smith. Lynda Carole, Soph 
Smith, Mark; Jr. 
Smith. Marlin. Soph. 
Smith, Mary Alice; Soph, 
Smith, Max F.; Soph. 
Smith, Melinda Jan; Soph. 
Smith, Ortega Darryl; Fr 



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Smith. 
Smith, 
Smith, 
Smith, 
Smith. 
Smith, 
Smith, 
Smith, 
Smith, 



Pamela M ; Fr. 
Phillip; Soph. 
Phyllis; Soph. 
Phyllis Marie: Jr. 
Randy Dean, Soph. 
Robert B,; Soph, 
Russell Kevin; Fr. 
Sharon T.; Soph. 
S. Diane; Soph 



Smith, Teresa Dawn, Soph. 
Smith. Tim; Fr. 
Smith, Timothy M.: Fr 
Smith, Wendy; fr. 
Smith. Winnie C.\Jr. 
Smittierman. Kathryn, Fr. 
Smylie, Jonathan: Fr. 
Snavely, Brant; Fr. 
Snead. Donna Christie; Soph. 



Snider, Jim; Soph. 
Snipes, Cindy; Soph 
Snipes, John Lloyd; Fr. 
Snipes, Rik; Jr. 
Snyder, Karen Ranee; Soph. 
Snyder, David Pullard; Fr. 
Sobel. Cynthis S.; Soph. 
Sobol. Todd Lowell: Fr. 
Sobol, Warren Michael; Soph. 









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570 




Sockwell, Sally; Soph. 
Soldato. Cathy; Jr, 
Sondey, Pam; Jr. 
Soomsawasdi, Catherine; Fr. 
Southern, Karen Dawn, Jr. 
Sowell, Robin Lee; Soph. 
Spamhour, Dallas Kyle. Fr. 
Spangler. Lori; Jr. 
Speer. Sharon Arlene; Fr. 



Speight, Agnes Marie; Jr 
Speight, Cora; Jr 
Speight, James; Soph. 
Speight, Neal; Fr. 
Speir, Susan Leigh; Fr. 
Spelman, John David, Fr. 
Spence, Connie; Fr 
Spence. Terry; Jr. 
Spencer. Frank Ciark; Fr. 



Spicer, Elizabeth; Jr 
Spicer, Heather; Fr. 
Spicer, Leigh A.; Jr. 
Spieler, Louise; Fr. 
SpHlane. Don; Fr. 
Spinnenweber, Lisa A.; Jr. 
Spiron, Melinda; Fr. 
Spivey, Carolyn J,; Soph 
Spivey, Jili; Soph. 



Sptvey, Judy Ann; Fr. 
Spivey, Linda L., Jr. 
Spivey, Lrsa Nagail; Fr. 
Spivey, Marvin Mitchell; Jr 
Spivey, Teri; Fr. 
Spizzo. Cynthia Ann; Soph. 
Spring, Carolyn; Jr. 
Springs, Deborah Joan; Jr. 
Springs. Edwin G.; Fr. 



Springs, Karen Rene'; Jr. 
Springsteen. Kyong; Jr. 
Spruill, Carolyn; Fr. 
Spruitl, Yasmin; Jr 
Spry, Kenneth; Fr. 
Squires, David; Jr. 
Staab, Barbara J.; Jr. 
Stacy, Rachel; Fr. 
Stafford. Debbie Lee; Fr. 



Stafford Smith. Olive; Fr. 
Stahel. Tad; Soph. 
Stalder, Barbara Johanna; Fr. 
Staley. Amber; Fr. 
Stallings, Lisa, Soph. 
Stallings, Ricky E.; Fr. 
Stamey, Karen; Fr. 
Stamey, Mike; Jr. 
Slanard, Roxanne; Fr. 



Stanfield, Walter Landis; Jr. 
Stanislaw, Jerry; Soph. 
Stanley, Angela Jolene; Fr. 
Stansei, Jane Foster; Fr. 
Starette, Georgette; Jr. 
Starnes, Julie; Fr. 
Starr, Mary Beth; Soph. 
Steadman. Bill Jr.; Jr. 
Steele, Julie; Fr. 



Stefan, Leslie; Jr. 
Steinberg. Hank; Jr. 
Steinbrenner, Jennifer; Soph. 
Steinert. Louise; Soph. 
Steliotes, Mark T.; Soph. 
Stemkowski, Carole; Soph 
Stench, Mary K.; Jr. 
Stephens. Carolyn; Soph 
Stephens, Dawn; Soph. 



Stephens. Elizabeth; Soph. 
Stephens. Jennifer; Soph. 
Stephens. Melissa; Fr. 
Stephens. Vicki; Fr. 
Stephenson, Bill; Fr. 
Stephenson, David; Sop/?. 
Stephenson, John E.; Soph. 
Stephenson, Kenna;Jr, 
Stephenson, Mark A.; Soph. 



Stemticht, John B,; Soph. 
Stetson, Art; Jr. 
Stett, Janice; Jr. 
Stevens, Brenda; Soph. 
Stevens, Elizabeth; Fr. 
Stevens. Helen L.; Fr. 
Stevens, Phyllis M; Jr. 
Stevenson, Aaron; Jr. 
Stevenson, Monica; Fr. 



Steward, Anne; Jr. 
Stewart, Charles; Soph. 
Stewart, Mary; Fr. 
Stewart, Randal Jeneil; Jr. 
Stillwell, Gayle; Fr 
Stirewalt, Dennis; Fr. 
Stockham. C. Summer; Soph. 
Stocks. Catherine; Jr. 
Stogner, Palncia; Sop/i. 



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571 



Stoeoft. Scott; Soph. 
Stokes, Sharon Kay; Jr. 
Stone, Dawn; Fr. 
Stone, Doug; Soph- 
Stone. Susan. Fr. 
Stoneman, Douglas M.; i 
Storper, Jon. Fr. 
Stout, Julia A.; Fr. 
Stovall, Anne Marie; Fr. 



Stowe, Linda G.; Fr. 

Strawn, Betsy; Jr. 
Strayhom, Susan; Soph. 
Streater. Jay, Fr. 
Strickland, Alan; Jr. 
Slrjckiand. Crystal!. Fr 
Strickland, Jenny; Soph. 
Strickland, Keith; Jr. 
Strickland, Melissa; Jr. 



Strickland. Mitchell, Jr. 
Strickland, Sheila, Fr 
Stnngfield. Daniel; Soph. 
Striph, Gerald Glenn, Jr. 
Strong, Jeremy D,;Jr. 
Strozier, Jerri; Fr. 
Struhs, Pasco J ; Soph. 
Strupp, John; Soph, 
Stuart, Laura: Jr 



Stuart. Marianne; Soph. 
Stubbs, Stacy E.; Soph. 
Stuntz, Lee Ann; Fr 
Stupalsky, Helen; Soph. 
Slurdivant. Dawn; Soph. 
Sturn. Russell: Soph. 
Stuns, Allen W; Jr. 
Slutzman. Nan; Soph. 
Styron, Simon 0.; Jr. 



Styron, Wade B.; Jr. 
Suddreth. Kathryn, Fr. 
Sudler. Michelle; Fr. 
Sugg, Sherrian; Jr. 
Suggs, Shawne K.. Fr. 
Suh, Kendall; Soph. 
Sullivan, Tammy; Soph. 
Summerfin, Bobby; Soph. 
Summerlin, Ricky; Soph. 



Summers, Chuck; Jr. 
Sumersett, Gary L,; Jr. 
Sumner, Lynda; Soph, 
Sumner, Mac; Fr. 
Sumner. Reginald; Jf, 
Sumpio, Joyce; Fr. 
Surphlis, Lesley; Fr. 
Surratt, Kay L.; Soph. 
Sutton, Marie L,; Jr. 



Sutton, Walter: Fr. 
Swaim, Steven; Jr. 
Sweeney, John Francis: Soph. 
Sweet, Ann; Soph. 
Sweet, Pamela Kay: Soph. 
Swepston, Van; Jr. 
Swicegood, Michele; Soph. 
Swindell, Sam; Soph. 
Swink, Renne; Fr. 



Swofford, Cindy C; Jr. 
Sykes, Allison L,; Jr. 
Sykes, Debra Anne; Fr. 
Sykes, Isabel M,; Fr. 
Syrokwash, Joanne; Jr. 
Tabor, James A.; Fr. 
TagalDS, Karen. Jr. 
Talbert, Terry L,; Soph. 
Talley, James R,; Fr. 



Talley, Jonathan: Fr. 
Tapley, Meredith: Jr. 
Taratus, Kenneth S-.Jr. 
Tate, Denny Cook; Jr. 
Tate, Karen, Jr 
Tate. Martha Stuart; Soph. 
Tatsis, George Peter; Soph. 
Tatum, Scott Pace; Soph. 
Taylor, John; Soph. 



Taylor. Cindy; fr. 
Taylor, Donna Annette; Fr 
Taylor, Donna Kay; Jr. 
Taylor, Henry; Fr. 
Taylor, Hoyt. Soph. 
Taylor, James; Soph 
Taylor, Jeff; Jr 
Taylor, Marjorie; Jr. 
Taylor, Michael; Fr 



Taylor, Rodney: Fr. 
Taylor, Sherrie; Fr. 
Taylor, Tammie Lynn; Jr 
Taylor, Timothy; Fr. 
Taylor, Wendy Lee; Fr. 
Teague, Lisa; Soph. 
Teel, Roslvn; Fr. 
Temple, Chip. Fr. 
Temple, Jay, Soph. 




572 







Temple, Sandra, Soph 
Templeton, Amanda: Fr 
Templeton, Gina, Soph 
Tenney. Susan, Soph. 
Terranova, Tiffany: Fr. 
Terry, Brenda: Fr. 
Terry. William E.: Jr. 
Teske. Paul; Jr. 
Tettelbach. Betsy; Fr 



Thacker, Richard Way, Fr 
Thane, Belsy, Fr. 
Theobald, John Charles. Jr 
Thenot, Stephen: Soph 
Thigpen, Doyle UcHae: Jr. 
Thomas, Amanda. Fr. 
Thomas. Arthur. Soph. 
Thomas, Ashlin; Fr. 
Thomas. Dan; Jr. 



Thomas, 
Thomas. 
Thomas. 
Thomas, 
Thomas. 
Thomas, 
Thomas. 
Thomas, 
Thomas. 



Dorothy E ; Soph. 
Henry H ; f r. 
Janet Lee; Jr. 
Karen Lynn; Soph 
Keify: Jr. 

Laura Spicer; Fr. 
Linda Dale; Soph 
Mark K.; Fr. 
Mary W.; Soph. 



Thomas, Nona Carol; Soph 
Thomas. Philip; jr. 
Thomas. Rose Marie; Fr. 
Thomas, Rulh Ellen; Jr. 
Thomas. Tibby; Soph. 
Thomas. William. Fr. 
Thompkins. Laurie; Fr. 
Thompson. Ann H.; Jr. 
Thompson. Ann; Soph. 



Thompson. Brenneman L.: Fr. 
Thompson. Cathy; Soph- 
Thompson, Charies S . Fr. 
Thompson. David Perry. Fr. 
Thompson. Dixie; Fr. 
Thompson. Harry; Fr. 
Thompson, Helen Annette: Fr. 
Thompson. James Lee; Soph. 
Thompson. Jennifer; Jr 



Thompson, Layne: Fr. 
Thompson, Lisa K-; Soph. 
Thompson. R Martin; Soph- 
Thompson. Robin G.: Soph 
Thompson. Shirley; Soph. 
Thompson, Steven C.: Jr. 
Thompson, Tammy, Jr. 
Thompson, Tyre; Soph. 
Thome, Nancy. Fr. 



Thornton, Kathryn; Soph- 
Thorpe, Pamela M.; Soph. 
Thrasher, Kim, Soph. 
Tie, Ramona Lee; Jr. 
Tilles, Murray; Fr 
Tillett, David Tyde; Fr. 
Tilley, Laura S.; Soph 
Tillman, Laura Adams; Fr 
Timko. Patti; Fr. 



Timons, Ben; Jr. 
Timmons, Rose. Fr. 
Timothy. Elizabeth; Jr. 
Tingen, Esther Diana; Jr. 
Tingen, Tony; Jr, 
Tipton. Elizabeth; Jr. 
Tisdale, Elizabeth; Fr. 
Toby, Robert Francis; Soph. 
Todd. David B.; Fr. 



Todd. George Curtis; Soph. 
Todd, Lisabeth; Soph. 
Tolley. Tom; Fr. 
Tomerlin, Keith; Fr 
Tompkins, Donna: Soph. 
Toothman. Donald: Jr. 
Torain, Joe; Fr. 
Touchberry. Eric, Fr. 
Touloupas, Zacharias; Soph. 

Towe. Suzy. Soph. 
Townsend, Gaines: Soph. 
Trainor. Marilyn Malone; Fr. 
Trantham, Cynthia. Soph. 
Travis. Melissa: Fr. 
Treanor, Alice; Fr 
Treffeisen. Anne; Jr. 
Trentadue. Gina; Soph. 
Tritunovic. Robert; Fr. 



Tripp. Henry; Soph 
Tripp. William; Soph. 
Trivette, Dayna; Soph. 
Trogdon, Donna. Soph. 
Troutman, Mark T.. Jr. 
Troxler. Julie; Fr. 
Truesdell, Laurie; Jr. 
Trull. Debra Lee; Fr. 
Trull, Rhonda; Soph. 



573 



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Trull, Virginia Ann; Fr. 
Truiove, Sarah, Soprt. 
Tryon, Sheila Ann; Fr 
Tsantes. Keilh John. Fr 
Tuck. Paul Doromal; Fr. 
Tucker. Becky J , Fr 
Tucker, Jim Boyce: Fr. 
Tucker, Linda Rochelle: Soph. 
Tucker, flandy; Fr 



Tucker, Robert Rand, Fr 
Tudor. Bynum, Fr. 
Tugman. Mara Lynn, Soph 
Tulbert. Barbara Lynn; Fr 
Tulbert. Mark Kavm, Soph. 
Tulloch, Julia Reid; Soph. 
Turlington. Joan. Soph. 
Turner, James M., Fr, 
Turner. Jodi; Soph. 



Turner. Joseph LeRoy, Soph. 
Turner, Kimberley; Soph 
Turner. Mate: Jr. 
Turner. Mark B.; Soph. 
Tutterow. Lori Colleen; Fr. 
Tutlte, Donna; Soph. 
Tuvim. Reid Zachary;Jf. 
Tyndall, Kenneth Todd; Jr. 
Tyndall, Prudence Hill; Jr 



Tyree, Lynn; Jr 
Tyson, Tammy; Soph. 
Umberger. John P.Jr. 
Umholtz. Wendy; Soph. 
Umslead, Kathenne J.; Jr. 
Underhill. Carolyn, Jr. 
Upchurch. David, Soph. 
Urquhart, Betsy; Fr. 
Urquhart, Pattie; Jr. 



Uzzell, Karla; Soph. 
Vail. Beth; Sopft, 
Valdez, Cindy; Jr. 
Valitutto, Richard, Soph. 
Vance, Belinda; Fr. 
Vance. Renne Carol; Jr. 
Vandenbergh, David; Soph. 
Vanderburg. John Wayne; Fr. 
Vanderford, Fran, Fr. 



VanEss, Barbara; Fr. 
Vann, Hearst; Jr. 
Vanore, Andrew; Fr. 
VanPoole, Tamela I.; Soph. 
Varner, Martha, Soph. 
Vaughan, Alma. Jr. 
Vaughan. Kalen; Soph- 
Vaughn. Janice Renee; Soph. 
Vaughn, Lee; Jr. 



Vaught. Samuel F..Jr. 
Veazey. Anne Elizabeth; Jr. 
Velasquez, Gloria. Fr. 
Venable, Tina M., Soph. 
VenezJa. Susanna; Soph. 
Veon, Bobbi, Soph. 
Vernon, Alan; Fr. 
Vernon, Jill; Fr. 
Vernon, Pam; Fr. 



Vertrees. Stephen; Fr. 
Vess, Harriet Lail, Fr 
Vestal, Donna A.; Fr. 
Vestal, Sherry F.. Soph. 
Vick, Kathryn, Soph. 
Vinson, Carlton; Soph, 
Vitt, Thomas; Soph. 
Vlaun. Joanne. Soph. 
Voliva, John Martin; Jr 



VonLehmden, Joan; Fr. 
VonStorch, David; Jr 
Vulmec. Lisa; Jr. 
Waddell. Robin Lynn; Fr. 
Wade, Gregory. Soph. 
Wade, Wanda Kaye; Soph. 
Waggoner, Martha J,; Soph. 
Wagner. Beverly L.. Jr. 
Wagner, Debbie; Soph. 



Wagner. Kathy. Fr. 
Waqner, Mary Elizabeth, Soph. 
Wagoner, Lynn; Soph. 
Wagoner, Robert Alan; Jr. 
Wainer, Nancy; Jr. 
Wainer, Robert, Jr. 
Wane, Randall G ; Jr. 
Wake. Shelley Stuart; Fr. 
Wakeford, Linn; Soph, 



Wald. Bonnie; Fr. 
Wales, Katharine; Fr 
Walker, Benita; Fr. 
Walker, Carol; Soph 
Walker, Carol; Soph, 
Walker, Cynthia ■ Fr 
Walker, Kelley L, Fr. 
Walker, Loretta; Jr. 
Walker, Quentin David; Fr. 



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Walker. Susan; Jr. 
Walker. Wynn J,.fr 
Wallace, Frank: fr. 
Wallace. Kurt; Soph 
Wallace. Ricky M ; Jr 
Wallace, Ronnie. Fr 
Wallace. Tern Leigh; Fr. 
Wallace. Thomas; Fr 
Wallin. Rolf. Jr 



Walser. Joni Lynn. Fr. 
Walsh. Cynthia Ellen; Fr. 
Walters, Joel V ; Soph. 
Walters. Susan Lee: Fr. 
Walton, Steven, Soph 
Wampler, 8iH J,; Fr. 
Wantiand. Melissa, Fr 
Ward. Charlotte Lynn; Fr 
Ward. Cynthia. Fr 



Ward, Gina Denise: Soph. 
Ward. Julie Leigh: Jr. 
Ward. Marty, Soph. 
Ward, Nora Elizabeth; Fr. 
Ward. Susan; Soph. 
Warlick, Chns; Fr. 
Warneck, Sally; Fr. 
Waronker, Sherry: Fr 
Warren. Cathy Marie; Soph 



Warren, Charles; Fr. 
Warren, Diane K.; Soph. 
Warren, Harold; Soph. 
Warren, Neil, Fr. 
Warren, Richard; Fr. 
Warren, Teresa L; Soph. 
Warren, Wayne. Jr. 
Warshauer, Leo. Jr. 
Washburn. Alma; Jr. 



Waters. Anita Kay; Jr. 

Waters. Michael; Soph 
Waters, Nancy Diane, Soph 
Watkins, Catherine. Jr. 
Watkrns, Catherine D.. Soph. 
Wakins, James A.; Jr. 
Walkins, Michelle L Fr 
Watkins. Pat: Fr 
Watkins. Stephen; Jr. 



Watkins. V Craig; Fr. 

Watson, Anna; Soph. 
Watson, BartJara; Fr 
Watson, Dianne; Fr. 
Watson, Jenny: Fr. 
Watson, Joan Kay: Fr. 
Watson. Kathryn; Jr. 
Watson. Kathryn Deann; Soph 
Watson. Kim; Jr. 



Watson, Susan; Fr 
Watson, Virginia: Jr. 
Watson. Worth; Soph. 
Watts, Deborah M.; Fr. 
Way, Wayne Fr 
Weary, David L., Jr. 
Wease. Robert; Jr. 
Weaiherly, Walker; Jr. 
Weaver. Annette; Soph. 



Weaver, Beverly Lynn; Fr. 
Weaver. Catherine, Soph. 
Weaver, Jeff Have. Fr. 
Weaver, Susan Lynn; Fr. 
Webb. Beuiah Caroline; fr. 
Weber, Rachel; Jr. 
Webster, Gloria; Jr 
Webster, Kim. Soph. 
Webster. R. Adrian; jr. 



Webster. Sally; Fr. 
Weeks, Ralph; Jr, 

Weems, Virginia: Jr 
Weinberg. Wendy B.; Jr 
Weiner, Jeff; Jr 
Weinstein, Jolie; Fr. 
Weir, Heather Hope; Jr. 
Weisner, Bradley: Soph. 
Weisner, Katnna L: Soph. 



Weiss, Jennifer, Soph. 
Weiss, Lawrence F.; Fr. 
Weitnauer, Michal; Fr. 
Welbom, Sandra Marie; Fr. 
Welch, Barbareta; Jr. 
Welch, Jeffrey E : Fr. 
Welch, Lisa Claire- Jr 
Welch, Robert A; Jr. 
Welford. Dorothy; Fr. 



Wells. Ashley, Fr. 
Wells. Frank: Fr. 
Wells, Hilary Susan; Fr 
Wells. John J .Jr 
Wells. Mike; Fr. 
WeMs. Ph\\: Fr. 
Wells, Robert; Soph. 
Werley. Debi L.;Jr 
Werner. Kirk M,; Soph. 



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Wert, James William; Jr. 
West, Brian R ; Fr 
West. Lisa Ruth; Soprt. 
West, Marquita Ann: Soph. 
West. Mike; Fr 
West. Thad. Fr. 
West, Wendy, Fr 
Westbrook, Carol; Fr. 
Westmoreland, Fay.Fr 



Weston. Jeff: Fr 

Weynand, Carol A . Jr. 
Whaley. Elizabeth: Soph. 
Whatley, Jimmy; Fr 
Wheeler. Glenn Ray; Jr. 
Wheeler, James; Soph. 
Wheeling. Melinda, Jr. 
Whicker, Rhonda S.; Fr 
Whisnant, Richard, Soph 



Whitaker, Donna; Fr. 
Whitby, Judy Ann, Fr. 
Whitcomb, Loretta, Fr. 
White, Ann M.:Jr. 
White. Carol Denise; Fr. 
White, Chnstopher; Soph. 
White, Debra Lane; Soph 
White, Eddie, Jr 
White, Ellen; Jr, 



White, Emily; Soph 
White, Franklin Harold; fr. 
White, Glenda Felicia; Jr 
White, Gregg; Fr 
White, Julie R ; Jr. 
White, Kimberly; Soph. 
White, Marian; Jr. 
White, Martha Sue; Fr. 
White, Mary; Jr, 



White. Paul M.; Soph. 
White, Rik. Fr. 
White, Romas T.. Soph 
White, Terry; Fr. 
White, Terry Ann; Fr. 
White. Thomas Wayne; Jr. 
White. Walter C; Soph. 
Whitefield, Robert C; Fr. 
Whitehead, Caroline; Fr. 



Whitener, Barrett S.; Fr. 
Whitener, Gae; Fr. 
Whitesell, Leonard; Jr. 
Whiteside, Leslie; Soph 
Whitley. Claire, Soph. 
Whitley. Ebbie; Jr. 
Whitley, Gloria, Fr. 
Whitley, Shelia; Jr, 
Whitley, Vangie; Fr. 



Whitman, Kimberly; Soph. 
Whitmlre. Anita; Fr. 
Whitt. Janet L , Soph. 
Whitt, Karen; Fr, 
Whitt, Neva, Soph. 
Whitted. Matthew Louis: Fr. 
Whittington, William; Fr. 
Whitworth, Niles Douglas; Fr. 
Wicker. Brooks; Fr. 



Wicker, Vicki; Soph 
Wickham, Charles; Fr. 
Wiggins, Robert Earl Jr.; Jr. 
Wiggins, Robert H.; Soph. 
Wilcox, Mary Catherine; Fr. 
Wilcox. Michael David; Fr. 
Wilder. Alane G.: Soph. 
Wiley. David, Jr. 
Wiltord, D.; Jr, 



Wilkerson. Elizabeth; Fr. 

Wilkerson, Martha H.; Fr. 
Wilkerson. Martha L,; Jr. 
Wilkins. Dwain Ray; Fr 
Wilkins. Grace; Fr. 
Wilkins, Twana Dale; Fr. 
Wilkinson, Betsy; Fr. 
Wilkinson, James Spencer; 
Wilkinson, Nora L ; Soph 



Willard, Ellen Mane; Sopft 
Williams, Bryan; Fr. 
Williams, Cindy Anne; Soph 
Williams, Dexter Len; Jr. 
Williams. Don. Fr 
Williams. Frederick, Fr. 
Williams. Gary M.. Fr. 
Williams, George Patteson, Jr. 
Williams, Gerri LeAnne; Fr. 



Williams, 
Williams, 

Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams. 
Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams, 



Gregory Devon; Fr. 
Hugh Houser; Soph 
Jaunnice R„ Fr 
Johnathan 0.; Fr 
Joye Jeannette, Fr. 
Kathenne; Soph 
Kathryn Ann; Fr. 
Kenneth; Fr. 
Kimberley; Jr. 




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Williams. Lee B.: Jf- 
Williams, Linda A.: Soph 
Williams, Lon: Fr 
Wjifiams. Lynda Leigh, Fr 
Williams. Mary Susan: Fr 
WIIMams, Michael. Jr. 
Williams. Mona Sheppard; Fr 
Williams. Paul B-: Jr. 
Williams. Sara Gladys. Fr. 



Williams. Sheryletta. Soph. 
Williams, Theresa: Jr 
Williamsen, Darcy: Soph, 
Williamson, Betty: Soph. 
Williamson, Deborah. Fr. 
Williamson, Joy, Jr 
Williamson. Kerry Trent: Fr. 
Williamson. Linda J.; Soph 
Williard, Melinda J:Jr 



WilHard. William Craig; Jr. 
Willis. Faye: Fr 
Willoughby, Elvie Ann: Fr. 
Willson Tom F . Fr. 
W'tlmer Molly Fr. 
Wilson Anne: Soph. 
Wilson. Antionette: Jr 
Wilson, Barbara Sue: Jr. 
Wilson. Beverly: Fr 



Wilson, David Charles: Jr. 

Wilson, Debbie Jean: Fr. 
Wilson, Donna L: Soph. 
Wilson. Elizabeth: Jr. 
Wilson, Elizabeth K.. Fr. 
Wilson, Eugene Alexander; Fr. 
Wilson. Jacquelyn M . Soph- 
Wilson. James A.: Fr. 
Wilson. Jane Elizabeth; Jr 



Wilson. 
Wilson. 
Wilson. 
Wilson, 
Wilson. 
Wilson. 
Wilson. 
Wilson. 
Wilson. 



Joni ElJsa: Jr 
Larry A : Soph. 
Olin E.: Soph 
Shelia A.; Soph. 
Susan, Fr. 
Susan L.; Soph. 
Timothy; Jr 
Tony; Jr. 
William A.; Fr. 



Winde. Sally Ann; fr. 
Windley, Evelyn R.; Fr. 
Winecoff. Beth; Soph. 
Wines, Jacqueline; Fr. 
Winfield, David, Fr. 
Wingo. Stephanie: Fr. 
Winkler, Carol, Soph. 
Winkler, J. C. Fr. 
Winn. Sandra Patrice; Fr, 



Winn, Stephen: Fr. 
Winship, Linda C . Soph. 
Winslow. Vicki, Fr 
Winstead, Barden: Fr. 
Wtnstead. Janet: Soph. 
Winston, Donna Lyn; Jr. 
Wire, Alice Jones; Jr. 
Wise. Eahe; Fr. 
Wiseman. Gina: Soph 



Withers. Debbie: Fr 
Witherspoon. Demetta; Fr. 
Witner Thomas Waite; J/-. 

Wohlbruck, Lisa Ann; Fr. 
Womack Butch, Jr. 
Womack, Kelly; Fr. 
Wombie. Brenda L-:Jr 
Wombie, Freddie: Jr 
Wombie, James Cornelius: Fr. 



Wombie, Joseph Michael. Fr. 

Wombie. Sue: Jr 

Wood, Alan: Soph. 

Wood. Anna Frances; ff. 

Wood. Cynthia Anne; Soph. 

Wood, Ginger, Fr. 

Wood, Han-ell, Jr 

Wood. Laura Deeann: Soph. 

Wood. Matt Jr.; Soph. 



Wood. Michael Lee: Jr. 
Wood. Patricia Carol; Fr 
Wood, Patsy D , Fr. 
Wood, Phyllis Ann: Fr. 
Woodall, Judy Lynne; Fr, 
Woodali. Pam: Jr. 
Woodard, Frankie: Fr, 
Woodard. Karon J , Fr. 
Woodley. James C . Soph. 



Woodruff, Angela; Soph 
Woodruff. Gail; Fr 
Woods. Annette: Fr. 
Woods. Phillip; Jf 
Woods, Roberta L,: Fr. 
Woods, Terry: Soph. 
Woollen, Kemp: Jr. 
Wooten, Sherry L; Jr. 
Worrell, Martin Keith; Jr. 



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Woratey, CafoNn. Sopn. 
Worih. Palrlcia Lynn: Fr. 
Worthy, Charles T. Jr. 
Wray, Davia James, Fr. 
Wrenn, Bflih. Soph. 
Wrsnn, Deborah. Fr, 
Wrenn, Elizabeth. Soph. 
Wienn, James H, HI; Jr. 
Wfighl, Cyninta; Jr. 



Wrlghl, Mark. Fr 
Wright. Neil Cecil. Soph. 
Wright, Valerre; Soph. 
Wyatt, Kelly Crawder; Fr. 
Wyatl. Peggy: Jr. 
Wyke, Sandra Jean; Jr 
Wyke, Valerie: Fr. 
Wyrick, Kathy: Soph. 
Wyrlck, Timothy L .Jr 



Yarborough, Becky L,: Jr. 
Yarborough, Mark D., Fr. 
Yarneil, William Sidney; fr. 
Yates, Allyson, Soph. 
Yates. Norman; Jr. 
Yates, Sheppard B ; Jr. 
Yeagei. Carolyn; Fr. 
Yeargms, Ooua; Jr, 
Yellon, Molly; Jr. 



Yoder, Paul Marshall; Jr. 

York, Milzi; Soph. 

York, Pamela Anne; Fr, 

Yost, Gretchen Ann; Soph. 

Young, Dana, Fr 

Young, Douglas Koons; Soph. 

Youse, Don C : Jr 

Yow. Gene; Soph. 

Zarzar. Michael N.; Jr. 



Zarzar. Nicholas Saleh; Fr. 

Zeh, Freda, Fr. 

Ziegler, Laura Anne; Soph. 

Zlelinski, Carol; Fr. 




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Aaron. Harvey; Bus. Acct. 
Agung. igusli. Biostattstics 
Albright. Joe; Medicine 
Albuquerque. Severino; English 
Alexander, H. Heath, Law 
Alexander, Miles. Law 
Alfred. Phyl; Public Admin. 
Ammons. James; Law 
Austell, David; English 



Baker, Layne; History 
Bangdiwala. Shrikant; Public Health 
Barfietd, Paul; Biochemistry 
Baucom, Barry, Linguistics 
Beitel, Gayle, Rec. Admm. 
Belanger, Susan; Romance Lang. 
Beron. Kurt: Social Work 
Billings. Carolyn; Nursing 
Black. Mary, Bus. Admin. 



Brown. Gary; Public Admin. 
Buell, Constance; Phys. Ed. 
Butler, Howard: Library Science 
Byam, Pam; German 
Clark, Peggy Education 
Corinth, Pat; Education 
Crocker. John; Phys. Ed. 
Cummings. Nancy; Phys. Ed. 
Daniel. Kathleen; Public Health 



Darnell, David: Bus. Admin. 
DeOliveira. Jurandir; Portugese 
Donaldson Vann; Psychology 
Esleeck, Robert; MBAUD 
Fabiszak. Robert; Bus. Admin. 
Farrell. Joseph; Classics 
Fraley, David; Chemistry 
Gardner. Miriam: Medicine 
Glenn. E.B.; Social Work 



Henis, Neil: Chemistry 
Hollerung, Unda. Genetics 
Jarreli, Karen: GuidancelCouns. 
Jefferson, Jon; Camp. Lit. 
Johnson. Deborah; Journ. 
Johnson. Larry; Computer Sci. 
Johnson, Sharon: Public Admin. 
Jordan. Jean; Nursing 
Joyner. Joseph. Bus. Admin. 



Kelly, Susan: Law 

Lamkin. Carol; Early Childhood Ed. 

Lanning. Elaine; History 

Lauzau. Frank; Medicine 

Madison, Patricia: Math 

Magol, Byron; Planning 

Mark, Lavonda: GuidancelCouns. 

Martin. James; Bus. Admin. 

Maultsby, Cindy: Occup. Therapy 



McCarrolt, Brent; Lai* 

Mclntyre. Douglas: Law 

McLendon, Anne; Read. & Lang. Arts 

McMullen, Bernadette; Am. History 

Medlin. Barbara; Pharmacy 

Mitchell. Stephen: History 

Navey, Susan; Math 

Nesbit, Gretchen: Journalism 

Nystrom, Jeffrey; Chemistry 



Parker, Vickie; Speech & Hearing 
Perkins, Kenneth; Dentistry 
Poole, Will; Public Admin. 
Porter. Dennis; Medicine 
Redfem, Karen: Math 
Robinson, Gretchen; Zoology 
Rothwelt, A. Douglas; Public Admin. 
Scott. Gay: Math Educ. 
Shrum, Donald: Bus. Admin. 



Sims. Sue; Education 
^ Small. Rochelle; Public Admin. 
L Tabor, Derrick; Chemistry 
I Thomburg, L. Steve: Public Admin. 



Walters, Rodney: Chemistry 
Warner, Debbie: Education 
Warner, Donna; Public Admin. 
Webb. Joni; Amer. History 



Whiteside, James; Counc. & Psych. 
Williams. Linda; Phys. Ed. 
Winn. Charles. Bus. Admin. 
Wooden. Zoe Ann; Spec. Ed. 




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Kleenex wilts in the rose tinted box 

on her vanity, forgotten. He 

has left her red lipsticl<s littered 

around it. And still he wants 

To recreate her smile and her face 

with paint now dried on the brush. 

Artist of the Ashes lies frustrated 

alone in the dark. 

Insists she sit still for the pose 

and a promise to remember. 

Kim Snooks 





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Blue blossomed vanity 

that opens to the gathering light. 

At dusk a purple bruised flower, 

pining for the attendance of day. 

Chocolate kisses In the sun, 

I never thought they'd melt 

Or the loose grasp tanned 

to a leather grip — mail ordered 

Pamphlets of avant-garde ideas 

say theology is the crepuscule of 

dying faith in our ideals. 

Kim Snooks 



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Dogs chase a cumulus bitch across 

still night-gray sky 

They combine and condense 

and we taste hot liquid 

from their union. Clouds sweat, 

not cry, the tears we command. 

Cool glitter for the gutter, 

we ignore its adornment 

to slither through the mud in socks, 

no more tied in shoes. 

Kim Snooks 



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.'/■ peopi-i .vil! ever know the effort, the energy, the 
oieepless night-,, ris joy. the agony, and the hours of hard 
work that cieated t.nis book. I am indebted to many peo- 
ple, but a few in particular deserve special thanks . . . 
to Tom, Mary, and Elizabeth who were the real creative 
force behind the book; to Mark Holton, Mary Ann, and 
Keith for their patience; to Sheila for her speed and hard 
work: to Heather for never getting tired of a tiresome job; 
to Aaron for coming through when we needed it most; to 
Craig for doing more than I asked; to Joy for her effi- 
ciency; to Mary Beth for her unselfishness; to the Carolina 
Coffee Shop for indelible memories; to Donald Boulton, 
William Strickland, and William Geer for their faith, sup- 
port, and wise words; to John for his labor of love; to my 
family for helping me maintain my sanity and for always 
understanding; to George Bacso for his encouragement, 
support, and friendship; to Allen Ollove, Stephanie 
Kuhlman, Peter Galea, Curtis Kimball, and Richard Lym- 
burner from Stevens Studios for everything they helped 
us accomplish; to J.B. Edwards, Bill Hunter, Roger Mer- 
ritt, Frank Hendrix, Gerald Hunter, John Sprinkle, and Jay 
Casstevens from Hunter Publishing Company for their as- 
sistance . . . I am forever grateful. 

Chrisann Ohier 



The basic paper stock for the 1979 Yackety Yack is 80 lb. Lithofect 
Gloss Enamel, with the exception of the endsheets and Honoraria, 
which are printed on 80 lb. French Gray Hopper Chambray. Cover 
materials are GSB Black Book Cloth and Silver Gray Curtis Linen 
paper. The dust jacket was printed by Hunter Publishing Company, 
and the front photograph was shot with a 200 line screen. Standard 
typefaces include Avant Garde, Helvetica, Eurostile, Times Roman, 
Caledonia, Korinna, American Typewriter Medium, and Micro- 
gramma Medium Extended. Designer typefaces available upon re- 
quest. The logos debossed on the cover and die cut from the end- 
sheet were designed by Chrisann OhIer. The translucent page is 
UN Ultra Two by Kimberly Clark. All color photographs were hand 
separated from transparencies by Magna 4 of Little Rock, Arkan- 
sas; the following photographs were printed with a 200 line screen 
(lettered clockwise from top left):10a, 11a, 20a, 21a, 36a, 36b, 36c, 
37a, 168a, 169a, 261c, 264a, 264b, 264c, 265a, 265c, 272a, 272b, 
273a, 273c, 273d, 276a, 276b, 277a, 277c, 281b, 284a, 285a, 285b, 
290a, 291c, 582a, 583a, 583b, 583c, 585a, 591b, 593b, 594b, 595a, 
597b, 597c. 



"Letter to a Friend" by Elizabeth Moose 

"The Greet Balloon Ascension" by Elizabeth Moose 

"Street People" by Kim Snooks 

"See Voral Blow UP UP UP" by Molly Hunter 

"South Campus Sobotoge" by Kim Snooks 

"Shades of Pink and Khaki" by Don Woodord 

'A Freshman's Guide to Orientation Week" by Mario 

Baldessari 

"A Plea for Affirmative Action" by Craig Brow/n 

"Publish or Perish?" by Chrisann OhIer 

football copy by Elliott Warnock 

basketball copy by Lee Pace 



Photography Credits (by Photographer) — lettered clockwise from top left 


TOM BARNES — 11a, 12a, 14a, 14c, 15a, 20a, 21a, 24d, 26c. 


129a, 132a, 133b. 135a. 135c, 136b, 137d, 139a, 139b, 139c, 


121c, 123a, 123b. 128a, 129b, 131a. 134b. 136c, 137b, 137c. 


26d, 27a, 27b, 27c. 29a, 32c, 32d. 33a, 34b, 35b 36b 36c 


148b, 156b, 179a. 188a, 189b, 193a, 201a, 215d. 216a, 216b. 


140a. 140b. 140c, 140d. 140e. 141b, 141c, 141d. 141e, 142a, 


40c. 45a, 48a, 52a, 52d, 54a, 55b, 56a, 57b, 58a, 59a, 59b, 


216c, 223a. 227a, 230b, 231a. 234e, 235a, 235b. 239a, 239b, 


143a, 143b, 144e, 151b. 159b, 162a, 162d, 166a, 170d, 173a, 


60a, 60b. 60c, 61a, 62c, 63a, 63b, 63d, 66c, 72a, 72b, 72c 


239c, 243a. 243b, 260b. 261b, 262a. 262c. 267a, 267b, 267c, 


173d, 174a, 180a. I80b. I81b, 184a, 185a, 185b, 186a, 186b, 


76a. 77b. 81a, 81b, 81c, 82b. 83a, 83b, 83d. 88a, 88b, 96a 


270b, 270c. 271a, 271c, 275b, 279d, 280a. 290c, 286a, 286b. 


187b, I90a, 190b. 191a, 191d, 195a, 198b, 200a. 209a, 219a, 


96b, 97a, 98a. 99a. 101c, 102b, 103c. 104a, 105a, 105b, 


286d, 288b, 289c. 291a, 291b, 292a. 292b, 292c, 292d, 293a, 


220c, 221a. 221b, 221c. 221d. 222a. 223c, 224a, 224b, 232b, 


105c, 106b, 106c. 108c, 109d, 110b, 113d, 114b, 120c, 121a. 


293d, 294c, 295a, 295c, 295d. 297a, 299a, 300b, 301a. 304c, 


234a. 238c. 245b, 253b, 254b, 255a. 2SSb, 256b, 270a. 274d, 


124a, 125a, 125c. 126a, 126b, 127b, 131a, 131b, 131c, 132b 


305c. 311a, 3110, 313a, 317b. 317e, 318d, 319c. 321a, 321b. 


287b, 296a, 306a, 306b, 31 lb. 312a, 313b, 316e, 318a. 318b, 


132c, 133a, 135b. 135d, 138a, 138b. 138c, 147a, 147b, 149a 


333a. 335a, 335c, 335d, 338b, 347c, 353a, 357a. 357c, 361c, 


324a. 324b, 333b, 340a, 341 a. 342c. 343b, 348b, 348c, 349a, 


150a, I51a, 154a, 154c. 158b, 159a, 159d. 160a. 160c, 161a. 


363c. 364c, 368b, 386b, 389c. 389e. 390b, 390c, 395a, 422a. 


351b, 351c, 352a. 352d, 356a. 356b, 357b. 359a, 359b, 359c, 


167a, 168a, 169a, 170b, 172b, 172d, 173c, 174b, 175a, 184b, 


434b, 445a, 448a, 449b, 450c. 453a, 463b, 472b, 582a, 586b. 


360a, 360b, 360c, 360d. 361b, 362a. 363b, 366b, 366d, 367c, 


191b, 194a, 194b. 194c, 195b, 195c, 198c, 199a, 199b. 203b 


587b, 594a 


368a, 369a. 372a, 373b, 373c, 37ec, 378d. 378e, 379a, 379b. 


203c. 203d, 204a, 204b, 204c, 204d, 206a, 206c, 206b, 207a 




385a, 390t. 413a, 413b, 420a, 425a, 426a, 427b, 430c. 452b, 


207b. 212a, 212b, 213a, 213b. 213d. 220a, 220d, 238b, 240a. 


BILL RUSS - 19a, 50b, 51a. 51b, 51c, 273b, 290c. 291c 


458b, 462a, 470a, 472a, 579a. 590b, 597c 


240b, 240c. 241c, 242a. 242b, 242c. 244a 244b, 246a 248a 






248b, 249a, 249b, 250b, 251b. 253a. 254a. 254c, 255c, 255d, 


KEITH WORRELL — 49a, 62b, 62d, 122a, 154e. 181c, 190c, 


KIM SNOOKS - I4b. 17a, 22a, 23a, 23b, 30a, 30d, 34c. 46a, 


259a. 261a, 261c, 264a. 264b, 264c, 265a 265b 265c 266a 


190d, 192b. 193b, 215a. 217b. 217c. 218a, 218b. 218c. 21 8d, 


46b, 80b, 80c. 101a, 120d. I34a, 146b, 150c, 155b, 170c, 


266c. 266d, 266e. 268a. 268b, 268c. 269a, 269b, 271d, 272a, 


225a, 225b, 225c, 230a, 257a, 257c. 280d, 286c, 288c, 288e. 


174c. 175c, 181a, 189c, 189d, 196a. 196b. 196c, 197a, 222b. 


272b, 273a, 273c, 273d, 274c, 275a. 276a, 276b, 277a, 277b 


293b. 295b, 298c, 298d. 299b, 299d. 300a. 300d, 314b, 314c, 


223b, 224c, 263a, 266b, 267d. 274a, 279a, 282a, 282d, 322a, 


277c, 278a, 278b, 278c, 279b. 280b, 281b, 282b, 283a 284a 


31 7d, 324c, 325a, 325d, 339a, 344b. 352b. 364a. 365c, 382a. 


322b, 344c, 347b. 586a. 593a, 600b, 600c 


284b. 285a, 285b. 285c, 289a, 290a, 290b, 294a, 294b, 302a, 


382b, 382c, 383a. 383b, 383c, 386c. 390e, 398b, 398d. 401b. 




302b. 302c, 303a, 303b, 303c, 303d. 306c, 306d, 307a, 3Q7b, 


414a, 415c, 416a, 417a, 419a. 419b. 421a, 426b. 432a, 433a, 


CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Chrisann OhIer — 38a, 


307c. 307d, 307e, 315a. 315b. 316a. 320b, 320c, 321d, 325c. 


454b, 458a, 463a, 469a, 469b 


38b, 38c, 38d, 39b. 39c, 40a, 42b. 42d, 43a. 43c, 62a, 63c, 


332a. 333c, 333d, 336a. 338a. 339b, 340b, 341b 342a 342b 




100c, 101b, 108b, 109b, 156a, 187c, 191c, 200b, 208a, 208b. 


343a, 344a, 345a, 346a. 347a, 349c, 350a, 351a. 351d, 366a 


MARK FRAUTSCHI — 39a, 41c, 47c, 48b. 54b, 54c, 55a, 64a. 


211b, 220b, 241a, 241b, 251a, 402a. 402b, 402c, 402d, 403d, 


366c, 367a, 367b, 371a. 379c, 384a, 384b, 384c, 385b, 365c 


64b, 64c, 66b, 66d, 74a. 74b, 75a, 85a, 89a, 89b, 116a, 116b. 


442b. 467a, 476a. 477a, 596b. 598a Bob Donnan - 24e, 


385d. 387a, 388a, 389a, 391a, 398c, 400a, 404a, 411b, 417b. 


117a, 117b, 122b, 141a. 142c, 143c, 144a. 144b. 144c, 144d, 


32b, 33b, 41b. 67c, 75b. 98b. 109a. 125d, 150d. 151c, 157a, 


428a, 428b, 428c. 426d, 429a, 431a. 432b, 434a 435a, 437a 


145a, 145b. 145c, 145d, 146a, 149b, 152b, 154d, 155a, 164a, 


160b. 161b, 164c, 199c, 205a, 205b, 205c, 205d, 238a, 289b, 


451b. 452a, 475a, 479a, 533a, 582c, 585a 589b 599b 600a 


173b, 182a, 182b. 183a, 183b, 183c. 187a, 189a. 192c, 192d, 


297b, 297d, 299c, 305b, 310c, 3I4a, 321c, 323a, 323b, 326a, 


601b 


197b, 201b, 202a. 202b, 222c, 222d, 231b, 234b, 234c. 234d, 


326b. 327a, 327b, 354b, 378a. 381a, 381b, 405b, 439a, 474a, 




235c, 235d. 235e, 235t, 287c, 296b, 296c, 297c. 308a. 308b, 


584a. 584b. 592a, 595a. Noah Rouse Wilson III — 67a, 67b, 


MARY RENCH - 32a, 35a. 35c, 35d, 36a, 37a, 38e, 40b, 43b 


308c, 309a, 309b, 310b. 31 Od, 31 Id, 318c, 31 9d, 346b, 350c 


68a, 69a, 84a, 84c. 90a, 108a. I13c. 118b. 118c, 163a, 163b, 


50a, 84b, 84d. 85b, 85c. 87d, 88c. 98c 100b, I02a, 107b 


358a, 358b, 378b, 387c, 390a, 394a, 404b. 409a. 424b, 425b, 


164b, 176a, 283b, 388b, 389b, 447a, 582b, 588b, 588c, 591b, 


nOa. 111a, 113a, 11 4d, 115b, 119b, 127a, 127c, 127d. 130a' 


440a, 440b. 440c, 449a, 471a. 588a, 596a 


593b, 597a Monica Stevenson — 98d, 115a, 136a, 142b, 


148£. 148d, 149c, 150b, 153d, 154b. 162b, 162c, 166b, 166c, 




148c, 157b, 157c, 214a, 214b, 214c, 214d, 229a, 271b, 283c, 


167b, I70a, 171a, 171b, 171c, 172c. 188c, 598a 209b 210c 


KURT HAEFELI — 16c, 34a, 42a, 42c, 47a. 82a, 109c, 117c, 


288a. 288d, 590a, 599a. Dwight Cornell - 152a, 152d, 153c, 
172a, 228a, 232a. 364b, 365b, 400b, 401a, 447b Mikelvey — 


223d, 236a, 236b, 237a, 237b. 237c, 237d, 237e, 237f 245a, 


137a, 152c, 153a, 165c. 175b, 203e. 208c, 208d, 209e, 210a, 


246b, 247a, 247b. 250a, 252a, 256a, 257b 257d 260a 262b 


210b, 211a. 215b, 215c, 217a, 219b, 219c. 219d, 233a, 263b, 


91a, 91b, 91c, 140t, 142d, 192a, 193c. 274b, 325b, 354a, 


262d, 263c, 279c. 282c, 293c, 300c, 30tb, 301c 304a 304b, 


281a, 298a. 298b, 310a, 316c, 316d, 317a, 322c, 322d, 323c, 


354c. 376b. 387b, 456a, 457b Chip Hoover — 153b, 158a, 


304d, 305a, 317c, 331a, 340c, 348a, 350b, 372b, 396a, 397a, 


326d, 334a. 334b, 335b, 349b, 353b, 355a. 355c, 363a 365a, 


159c, 163c, 163d, 347d, 589a. 597b Tom Ponder — 161c, 


399a, 403b, 415a, 418b, 424a. 465a, 465b, 468a, 515a, 58Ia, 


374a, 374b, 374c. 374d, 379d. 386a, 389d, 390d, 391b. 393a. 


16Sa, 165b Andy James — 70a. 7-;a, 326c, 327c, 327d. 


582b. 587a, 587c, 591a, 594b, 601a. 608a 


397b. 403a, 406a, 406b, 406c, 406d, 407a, 430b, 432c, 438b, 


Martha Swope — 78a, 78b, 79a, 79c, 79d Ken Howard — 




450a. 450d, 454a, 455b, 457a, 458c, 460a. 460b, 460c 578a 


79b Alumni Association — 213c. Billy Newman — 180c. 


TREY MONROE — 7a, 8a. 16a, 16b. 22b, 22c, 23c. 24a. 24b, 


578b 


LC Barbour — 90b, 90c, 243c UNO Photo Lab — 65b. 


24c, 25a. 28a, 29b, 31a, 31b, 3Ic. 31d, 41a, 52b, 52c 53a 




202c, 203a. Terry Colpitts — 328a. Terry Colpitis & John 


53b, 53c, 56b, 57a, 57c, 68b, 69b, 69c, 70b. 71b, 73a, 73b, 


GREG DINKINS — 12a, 12b, 13a, 23d, 26a, 26b, 28b, 30b, 30c, 


Adams — 471b Aaron Stevenson — 96c, 345b, 345c, Ken- 


76b. 76c, 86a, 86b, 87c. 97c, 99b. 99c, lOld 102c 103a 


43d, 47b, 47d, 47e. 62c, 66a, 95a. 97b, 100a, 106a, 107a 


dall Blackwelder — 287a, Ed Scott — 188b. 


103b. 110c, 111b, 114a, 120b. 122c, 122d. 122e, 123c, 125b, 


1123, 112b, 112c, 113b. 114c, 115c. 118a, 119a, 120a, 121b, 







"Bricks of Clay: A Whitman's Sampler" reprinted 
from Don Woodard's 'Paradox Lost,' The Daily Tar 
Heel, Wednesday, January 17, 1979, by permis- 
sion and witfi no apologies to Walt Whitman. 

Excerpts from My Mother, My Self and Black Macho 
and the Myth of the Superwoman reprinted by 
permission of the publishers. 

"Jonestown or the disco " printed by permission of 
Zaki Pony, Inc. 



Chrisann Ohier, editor 

Tom Barnes, photography editor 

Joy Smawley, business manager 

Sheila Peters, production manager 

Heather Ryon, staff manager 



Layout and Design by Chrisann Ohier 
iiiustrations by John E. Koegel 
Class Portraits by Stevens Studios of 
Bangor, iVlaine 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Mary Rench, Keith Worrell 

Bill Russ, Trey Monroe 

Kurt Hoefeli, Mark Frautschi 

Greg Dinkins, Kimberly Snooks 



WRITERS 

Elizabeth Moose 

Kimberly Snooks 

Molly Hunter, Mario 

Baldessari, Owen Page 



COORDINATORS 
Mark Holton & Monica Stevenson, photography 

Betsey Burke, copy 

Robert Wiggins, business 

Mary Ann Rickert, fraternities 

Barbara Minderman, sororities 

Randy Hedgepeth, residence halls 

Paula Herring, honoraries 

Molly Current, sports 

Mara Lynn Tugman, sports clubs 

Susan Parrish, classes 

David Byck, organizations 

Bob Donnan, darkroom technician 



Susan Allen, Carol Bader, Margie Berry, Earl Black, Greg 

Blake, Cindy Bowers, Mike Cox, Mark Davis, Martha 

Eskridge, Donna Fultz, Debbie Goodson, Connie Harrison, 

Cherry Hill, Daphne Humphrey, Molly Hunter, Betsy Kay 

Jones, Sally Kendrick, Jan Kres, Laura Lamkin, Diane 

Lupton, Peter Mallinson, Michelle Manning, Sonja 

McCarter, Louri McCormick, Kim Mills, Beth Morrison, Susan 

Palmer, Pat Payne, Tom Ponder, Cathy Robinson, Hillary 

Rogers, Cathy Rudisill, Mary Beth Searle, Anna Maria 

Slega-Riz, Eleanor Smith, Wendy Smith, Lisa Spinnenweber, 

Nan Stutzman, Suzy Towe, Katha Treanor, Rand Tucker, 

Diane Veto, Rik White, Anita Whitmire, Carol Zielinsky 

Laura Baier, Karen Barber, Tim Boss, Katiiy Bowlin, Dwight Cornell, Mary 

Leigh Denton, Don Dupree, Bill Fleet. Anita Gardner, Joel Hylton, Janice 

Jeffcoat, Bob Johnson. Nancy Lach. Lynn Lancaster. Andrea Mickle. 

Annette Miller, Lisa Richardson. Lissa Rosenbloom. David Snyder. Karen 

Southern. Marilyn Trainer. Elise Ward 



This book is a study in color. It is an attempt to 
portray the variety of hues which tint our lives in a 
Carolina blue town. What we hope to create is a 
visual experience, a reflection of light rays from the 
sphere we call Chapel Hill, so that your memories of 
warm friendships, perennial frustrations, shared 
celebrations, and unique experiences will not fade 
quite so quickly with time. 

We have attempted, more importantly, to show 
you the black and white which is so easily over- 
powered by chromatic vision. It is our hope that we 
have reproduced tonal variations delicately enough 
to reveal the subtleties of the characters we have 
found here. 

Too often our judgement is tinted by refracted 
light, our attitudes are affected by surfaces, skin 
tones, latent images. We hope that our prism will 
help clarify your vision, however slightly, and that 
what you find here delights you, inspires you, chal- 
lenges you. 

We were not satisfied with anything less than the 
limits of our capabilities. It took more than 27,980 
man hours and 6000 sheets of photographic paper 
to produce this book. Our staff has learned that 
sleep is an expendable commodity, that perfection 
is a frustrating and time-consuming goal, and that 
caffeine is man's best friend. Most of us have come 
to know the Carolina Union all too familiarly. But 
now that the 1979 Yackety Yack is finally an actual- 
ity, we hope to share the magic of the year with you. 
Our book is your book. Enjoy. 'VIC' 



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Sis ■«ii*v Phs'tegrapihsf 6r(»ailte (by PljinBitograpterj), 



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19a-BR 11' 

20a-TB 118 

21 a-TB 119 

22 a-KS, b-TM, C-TM 120 

23 a-KS, b-KS, C-TM, d-GD 121 

24 a-TM. b-TM, C-TM, d-TB. e-BD 122 a- 

25 a-TM 123 a- 

26 a-GD, b-GD, c-TB, d-TB '24 a- 

27 a-TB, b-TB, cTS 125 a- 

28 a-TM 126 a- 

29 a-TB, b-TB 127 a- 

30 a-KS, b-GD, C-GD, d-KS 128 a- 

31 a-TM, b-TM, C-TM, d-TM 129 a- 

32 a-Mfl, b-BO, C-TB, d-TB 130 a- 

33 a-TB, b-BD 131 a- 

34 a-KH, b-TB, C-KS 132 a' 

35 a-MR, b-TB, C-MR, d-MR 133 

36 a-MR, b-TB, C-TB 134 a- 

37 a-MR 135 a- 

38 a-CO, b-CO, c-CO, d-CO, e-MR 136 a- 

39 a-MF, b-CO, c-CO 137 a- 

40 a-CO, b-MR, C-TB 138 a- 

41 a-TM, b-BD, C-MF 139 

42 a-KH, b-CO, C-KH, d-CO 140 a- 

43 a-CO, b-MR, C-CO, d-GD 141 a- 

45 a-TB 142 a 

46 a-KS, b-KS 143 a- 

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48 a-TB, b-MF '45 a- 

49 a-KW 146 a- 

50 a-MR, b-BR 147 a- 

51 a-BR, b-BR, C-BR 148 a- 

52 a-TB, b-TM, C-TM, d-TB 149 a- 

53 a-TM, b-TM, C-TM 150 a- 

54 a-TB, b-MF, C-MF 151 a- 

55 a-MF, b-TB '52 a- 

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63 a-TB, b-TB, C-CO, d-TB 160 a- 

64 a-MF, b-MF, C-MF 161 a- 

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66 a-GD, b-MF, C-TB, d-MF 163 a- 

67 a-RW, b-RW, C-BD 164 a- 
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69 a-RW, b-TM, C-TM '6 

70 a-AJ, b-TM 167 a- 

71 a-AJ, b-TM 15 

72 a-TB, b-TB, c-TB 169 a- 

73 a-TM, b-TM 170 a- 

74 a-MF, b-MF 171 a- 

75 a-MF, b-BD 172 a- 

76 a-TB, b-TM, C-TM 173 a- 

77 a-TB 174 a- 

78 b-MSw, c-MSw 175 a- 

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80 b-KS, c-KS 179 a- 
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82 a-KH, b-TB 181 a- 

83 a-TB, b-TB, C-TB, d-T8 182 a- 

84 a-RW, b-MR, C-RW, d-MR 183 a- 

85 a-MF, b-MR, c-MR 184 a- 

86 a-TM, b-TM 185 a- 

87 a-TM, b-TM, C-TM, d-MR 186 a- 

88 a-TB, b-TB, C-MR 187 a- 

89 a-MF, b-MF 188 a- 

90 a-RW, b-LCB, C-LCB 18 

91 a-MI, b-MI,c-MI 190 a- 

95 a-GD 191 a- 

96 a-TB, b-TB, C-AS 192 a- 

97 a-TB, b-GD, C-TM 193 a- 

98 a-TB, b-BD, C-MR, d-MS 194 a 

99 a-TB, b-TM, C-TM 195 a- 

100 a-GD, b-MR, C-CO 196 a- 

101 a-KS, b-CO, c-TB, d-TM 197 

102 a-MR, b-TB, C-TM 198 

103 a-TM, b-TM, C-TB 199 a- 
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DC, b-GO 

GD, b-MF, C-MF, d-MF, e-TM 

TM, b-TM, C-MF, d-MF, e-MF, f-MF 

MR, b-MR 

MR, b-MR, C-MR, d-MR, e-MR, f-MR 

BD, b-TB, C-GD 

GD, b-TM, C-TM, d-TM 

TB, b-TB, C-TB 

CO, b-CO, C-TB 

TB, b-TB, C-TB 

TM, b-TB, C-LCB 

TB, b-TB 

MR, b-GD 

TB, b-MR 

MR, b-MR 

TB, b-TB 

TB, b-TB 

MR, b-TB 

CO, b-TB 

MR, b-MR 

TB, b-GD 

TB, b-GD, C-TB 

GD, b-GD, C-TB, d-TB 

MR, b-GD, C-MR 

KW, b-MR, C-KW, d-MR 

TB 

MR, b-TM 

TB, b-TM, C-TB 

TM, b-MR, C-TM, d-MR 

KS, b-KH, C-MR 

TB, b-TB, C-TB 

TB, b-TB, C-TB 

TB, b-KS, C-TB, d-TB, e-TB 

TM, b-TM, C-TM, d-KS 

TB, b-TB, C-TB 

TB, b-TB 

GD, b-TM, C-TM 

TM, b-MS, C-TM, d-TB 

TB, b-TB 

TB, b-BR, C-TB, d-TB 

KS, b-MI, C-TB, d-GD 

TB, b-TM 

TB, b-TB 

TB, b-TB, C-TB 

TB, b-TB, C-TB 

KS, b-TB, C-MR, d-TM 

TM, b-TB, C-TM, d-KW 

KH, b-TB 

KS, b-T8, C-MR, d-KS 

TB, b-RW, C-MS 

TB b-TB 

TB, b-TB, C-TB 

TM, b-TM, C-KW, d-TM 

KB, b-GO, C-MF 

MS, b-TM, C-KW, d-MS, e-KW 

TB, b-BD, C-TM 

TB, b-TB, C-BR 

TM, b-TM, C-BR 

TM, b-TM, C-TM, d-TM 

TM, b-KW, C-MR, d-TM 

TB, b-TB, C-TM 

TM, b-KW, C-TM, d-TM 

GD, b-MF, C-MF 

TM, b-BD, C-MF, d-BD 

KH, b-KH, C-KW, d-KW 



299 a-TM, b-KW, C-BO, d-KW 


401 a-DC, b-KW 




300 a-KW, b-TM, c-MR, d-KW 


402 a-CO, b-CO, 


C-CO, d-CO 


301 a-TM, b-MR, C-MR 


403 a-KH, b-MR, 


d-CO 


302 a-TB, b-TB, c-TB 


404 a-TB, b-MF 




303 a-TB, b-TB, c-TB, d-TB 


405 b-BO 




304 a-MR, b-MR, C-TM, d-MR 


406 a-KH, b-KH, 


c-KH, d-KH 


305 a-MR, b-BD, C-TM 


407 a-KH 




306 a-GD, b-GD, C-TB, d-TB 


409 a-MF 




307 a-TB, b-TB, C-TB, d-TB, e-TB 


411 b-TB, C-KW 




308 a-MF, b-MF, C-MF 


413 a-GD, b-GO 




309 a-MF, b-MF 


414 a-KW 




310 a-KH, b-MF, c-BD, d-MF 


415 a-MR, b-KW 




3' ' a-TM, b-GO, C-TM, d-MF 


416 a-KW 




3'2 a-GO 


417 a-KW, b-TB 




313 a-TM, b-GD 


418 b-MR 




3'4a-BD, b-KW, c-KW 


419 a-KW, b-KW 




3'5 a-TB, b-TB 


420 a-GO 




3'6 a-TB, b-TB, c-KH, d-KH, e-GD 


421 a-KW 




3'7 a-KH, b-TM, C-MR, d-KW, e-TM 


422 a-TM 




318 a-GO, b-GD, C-MF, d-TM 


424 a-MR, b-MF 




319 C-TM, d-MF 


425 a-GO, b-MF 




320 b-TB, C-TB 


426 a-GO, b-KW 




321 a-TM, b-TM, C-BD, d-TB 


427 b-GD 




322 a-KS, b-KS, C-KH, d-KH 


428 a-TB, b-TB, 


C-TB, d-TB 


323 a-BD, ^^BD, c-KH 


429 a-TB 




324 a-GD, b-GD, c-KW 


430 b-KH, C-GD 




325 a-KW, b-MI, C-TB, d-KW 


431 a-TB 




326 a-BD, b-BD, C-AJ, d-KH 


432 a-KW, b-TB, 


C-KH 


327 a-BD, b-BD, C-AJ, d-AJ 


433 a-KW 




328 a-TC 


434 a-TB, b-TM 




331 a-MR 


435 a-TB 




332 a-TB 


437 a-TB 




333 a-TM, b-GO, c-TB, d-TB 


438 b-KH 




334 a-KH, b-KH 


439 a-BD 




335 a-TM b-KH, C-TM, d-TM 


440 a-MF, b-MF, 


C-MF 


336 a-TB 


442 b-CO 




338 a-TB, b-TM 


445 a-TM 




339 a-KW, b-TB 


447 a-RW, b-OC 




340 a-GD, b-TB, C-MR 


448 a-TM 




341 a-GD, b-TB 


449 a-MF, b-TM 




342 a-TB, b-TB, C-GD 


450 a-KH, c-TM, 


d-KH 


343 a-TB, b-GD 


451 b-TB 




344 a-TB, b-KW, C-KS 


452 a-TB, b-GO 




345 a-TB, b-AS, C-AS 


453 b-TM 




346 a-TB, b-MF 


454 a-KH, b-KW 




347 a-TB, b-KS, C-TM, d-CH 


455 b-KH 




348 a-MR, b-GD, C-GD 


456 a-MI 




349 a-GO, b-KH, C-TB 


457 a-KH, b-MI 




350 a-TB, b-MR, C-MF 


458 a-KW, b-GD, 


C-KH 


35' a-TB, b-GD, c-GD. d-TB 


460 a-KH, b-KH, 


C-KH 


352 a-GD, t>KW, d-GD 


462 a-GD 




353 a-TM, b-KH 


463 a-KW, b-TM 




354 a-MI, b-BD, c-MI 


465 a-MR, b-MR 




355 a-KH, C-KH 


467 a-CO 




356 a-GD, b-GD 


468 a-MR 




357 a-TM, b-GD, C-TM 


469 a-KW, b-KW 




358 a-MF, b-MF 


470 a-GD 




359 a-GD, b-GD, c-GO 


471 a-MF, b-TC & JA 


360 a-GD, b-GO, c-GD, d-GD 


472 a-GD, b-TM 




361 b-GD, C-TM 


474 a-BD 




362 a-GD 


475 a-TB 




363 a-KH, b-GO, C-TM 


476 a-CO 




364 a-KW, b-DC. C-TM 


477 a-CO 




365 a-KH, b-DC, C-KW 


479 a-TB 




366 a-TB, b-GD, C-TB, d-GD 


515 a-MR 




367 a-TB, b-TB, C-GD 


533 a-TB 




368 a-GO, b-TM 


578 a-KH, b-KH 




369 a-GD 


579 a-GD 




371 a-TB 


581 a-MR 




372 a-GD, b-MR 


582 a-TM 




373 b-GD, C-GD 


583 a-MR, b-RW 


C-TB 


374 a-KH, b-KH, c-KH, d-KH 


584 a-BD, b-BD 




376 b-MI 


585 a-TB 




378 a-BD, b-MF, c-GD, d-GD, e-GD 


586 a-KS, b-TM 




379 a-GD, b-GO, C-TB, d-KH 


587 a-MR, b-TM, 


C-MR 


381 a-BD, b-BD 


588 a-MF, b-RW, 


C-RW 


382 a-KW, b-KW, C-KW 


589 a-CH, b-TB 




383 a-KW, b-KW, C-KW 


590 a-MS, b-GD 




384 a-TB, b-TB, C-TB 


591 a-MH, b-RW 




385 a-GD, b-TB, C-TB. d-TB 


592 a-BD 




386 a-KH, b-TM, C-KW 


593 a-KS, b-RW 




387 a-TB, b-MI, C-MF 


594 a-TM, b-MR 




388 a-TB, t>RW 


595 a-BD 




389 a-TB, b-RW, C-TM, d-KH, e-TM 


596 a-MF b-CO 




390 a-MF, b-TM, C-TM. d-KH. e-KW, f-GD 


597 a-RW, b-CH, 


C-GD 


391 a-TB, b-KH 


598 a-CO 




393 a-KH 


599 a-MS, b-TB 




394 a-MF 


600 a-TB, b-KS, c 


-KS 


395 a-TM 


601 a-MR, b-TB 




396 a-MR 


608 a-MR 




397 a-MR, b-KH 






398 b-KW, C-TB d-KW 






399 a-MR 






400 a-TB, b-DC 







This book was conceived witli great expecta- 
tions and undertal<en with greater disap- 
pointments. The individual photographers 
pursued goals toward their own expression of 
the year. I hope their visions are somewhat 
similar to your own. 

Tom Barnes, photography editor 



I'd lil<e to express my gratitude to Mark 
Frautschi for his expertise, Trey Monroe for his 
loyal support, Greg Dinkins for his aggreeable 
disposition. Bill Russ for his enthusiasm, Mary 
Rench for her constancy, and Bob Donnan for 
so gratefully climbing the ladder to become 
next year's photo editor. But sincerely, I'd like 
to express my gratitude to Mark Holton for his 
diligent dialing, Monica Stevenson for her 
friendship and support, Keith Worrell for his 
superb group shots, and Kimberly who under- 
stood. 



Those who were not on the staff but deserve 
great thanks are: Mr. & Mrs. Harrison, Mr. Allen 
Ollove, Richard Baker, Ralph Carney, Aaron 
Stevenson, Chip Hoover, Rick Brewer, Steele 
Alphin, Lieutenant Mauer, Bill Eperson, Rick 
Clarkson, George Tediman, John Dominis, Ro- 
land Giduz, Jeaneane Staf'l, Ed Chiles, Betsy 
Burke, Gary Middleton, J.B. Edwards, Jay Cas- 
stevens, John Sprinkle, Linda Herbin, Terry 
Colpitts, Bob Klatt, Jim Grimsley, George 
Bacso, Kevin Ryan. 



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P^ATF^©^: 













Tom W. Alexander '32 


Alan S. Gubin, M.D. 


LTC Harry Pawlik 




Miss Prentiss Anne Allen 


Susan Walker Gustatson 


Robert B. Payne 




John T. Allred 


Dr. Jas. E. Hardwicke 


Chalmers W. Poston 




Milton H. Askew, Jr. 


Ray G. Hagwood '58 


Jack M. Price 




Wayne P. Attkisson, D.D.S. 


Charles V. Hamrick 


John W. Rand, M.D. 




George Bocso, Jr. 


Alfred W. Hamer, Jr., M.D., P.A. 


Samuel T. Reeves 




William H. Baker 


James A. Harrell, Sr., D.D.S., P.A. 


Thomas D. Reynolds 




James H. Barnes, Jr. 


Crawford A. Hart '51 


Michael W. Rice 




Fred Alexander Barrlnger, Jr. 


Eizie F. Hart, Jr., M.D. 


Stewart S. Richardson '42 




Carl Bauchle 


Joyce Fitzpatrick Hartley 


Mrs. Mary Duncan Ring 




Mr. & Mrs. Art Beamer 


Phillip Hettleman 


William Gordon Sanford, M.D. 




Richard von Biberstein, Jr. 


George Watts Hill 


'46 




Nancy Peete Blankenship 


Michael Hipp 


Samuel E. Scott 




Sam J. Breen 


Dr. J. Stephen Hoard III 


Mr. & Mrs. George J. Searle, Jr. 




Robert P. Brewer 


Howard Holsenbeck 


Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Skale, Sr. 




Bynum R. Brown 


William Russell Honrine 


A.J. Smally, M.D. 




John S.L. Brown 


A.P. Hubbard Wholesale 


Roger A. Smith, M.D. 




Seymour Brown 


Lumber Corp. 


Wiiiiam D. Smith 




Harry M. Bryant 


James H. Humphreys 


Richard Y. Stevens 




Christine Tumstall Buchanan 


E. Reid Hunter 


Shepperd Strudwick 




Gene Caraturo 


Mr. & Mrs. Lenue T. James 


Dr. Brett Taylor Summey 




Robert Carroll 


Ralph L. Karol '40 


Senator Alan L. Susman 




Max F. Chandler 


Steve Matthew Karres 


Herbert H. Taylor, Jr. 




George Bryan Coggins 


James G. Kenan 


Mr. & Mrs. James R. Taylor 




Mr. & Mrs. H.A. Cole, Jr. 


Billy O. Kiliian 


William Tenenblatt, M.D. 




William A. Cole II 


Ralph H. Langdon 


Dr. & Mrs. Franklin T. Tew 




Robert J. (Bob) Corder '66 


C.T. (Ted) Leonard, Jr. 


Dixon Thomas 




Mrs. Marietta D. Davidson 


James R.W. Leonard, M.D. 


Dr. Frances J. Thomas 




Mark Dearmon 


Warner Meriwether Lewis 


Waiter W. Tuthill, Jr. '64 




Pierino F. D'Elia, M.D. 


Major Carlos U. Lowrance 


Jacqueline Wilkins Upp 




Dr. & Mrs. Griggs C. Dickson 


Jean Duncan May 


William F. Wade, Jr. 




Grady S. Duncan 


Beatrice C. Mayer 


Samuel Gordon West III 




Dr. Robert N. Ellington 


Gary W. McKenzie 


Meade H. Willis 




Eleanor McWane Fairley 


Holt McPherson 


Heben W. Windley, Jr. 




Cecil S. Foushee 


Dr. Coyte R. Minges 


William Kingsbury Woltz 




Edward French 


Col. McLendon G. Morris, USMC 


Stephen R. Woodard, Sr. 




W. Knox Gardner 


Mr. & Mrs. Frederick G. Ohier 


Wm. M. Wren 




Jimmy W. Grimsley 


H.P. Osborne, Jr. 


Henry S. Zaytoun, D.D.S., M.S.O. 




George Grizzard 
















605 



cs 



Academia 226-257 

Activities Board, Carolina Union 48-49 

Air Force ROTC 215 

Alderman 352 

Alexander 353 

Alliances 178-225 

Alpha Chi Omega 444-445 

Alpha Chi Sigma 506 

Alpha Delta Pi 446-447 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 505 

Alpha Phi Omega 394-395 

Alpha Tau Omega 396-397 

Alumni Association 212-213 

Amoco Award 254 

Andrei Vosnesensiiy 73. 48-49 

Angel Flight 215 

Apple Chill Cloggers 206 

Apple Chill Festival 32-41 

Association for Women Students 223. 75 

Association of International Students (AIS) 

217 
Athletic Awards 329 
Avery 354 
Aycoci( 355 

Baseball 304-306 

Basketball 284-295 

Basketball. JV 298-299 

Basketball. Women's 296-297 

Beaux Arts Trio 82-83, 48-49 

Beer 474-475 

Keith Berger 84-85. 48-49 

Bestsellers 472-473 

Beta Gamma Sigma 512 

Beta Theta Pi 398-399 

Beta Upsilon Zeta 442 

Doris Betts, Asst. Dean of Honors and 

Experimental and Special Studies 252 
Black Arts Festival 46-47, 72 
Black Student Movement (BSM) 192-193. 

194-195, 46-47, 72 
BSM March on South Building 194-195 
Board of Trustees 248-249. 184-185 
Julian Bond 74-75 
Donald A. Boulton. Vice Chancellor of 

Student Affairs 245 
Linda Carolyn Bowen 255 
'Bricks of Clay: A Whitman's Sampler" 

176-177 
Broadway on Tour 78-79, 48-49 
David Bromberg Band 56-57. 48-49 
Gary Burton, 55. 48-49 

California Suite 78-79. 48-49 

Campus Governing Council 182-183 

Campus Trivia 468-469 

Campus Y 218-219 

Canadian Club Symposium 510 

James O. Cansler. Assoc. Vice Chancellor 

of Student Affairs 244 
Carolina Athletic Association (CAA) 266. 

186-187 
Carolina Dancers 206-207. 62-63 
Carolina Gay Association (CGA) 222 
Carolina Godiva Track 324-325 
Carolina Indian Circle 198 
Carolina Quarterly 200 
Richard G. Cashwell. Director of 

Undergraduate Admissions 246 
Celebrations 18-93 
Ce//ar Door 200 
"Chain Link Fence" 27 
Chancellor's Awards 482-483 



Chapel Hill Concert Series 82-83. 48-49 

Harry Chapin 86-87 

Chess Club 224 

Chi Omega 448-449 

Chi Phi 400-401 

Chi Psi 402-403 

Fred M. Clark 255 

Clef Hangers 209 

"Cliche Memory " 124-125 

Cobb 356-357 

William W. Cobey. Jr., Director of Athletics 

246 
Cold Storage 202-203 
College Bowl 225 
College Republicans 211 
James D. Condie. Director of University 

Housing 247 
Connor 358 
Chick Corea 54, 48-49 
Craige 359 
Crew Club 322-323 
Cross Country 320-321 
Current Events 470-471 

The Daily Tar Heel 188-189. 186-187 

Daughters of the Dragon 399 

Delta Delta Delta 450 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 404 

Delta Phi Epsilon 451 

Delta Sigma Pi 408 

Delta Tau Delta 405 

Delta Upsilon 406-407 

Dialectic and Philanthropic Literary 

Societies (Di-Phi) 201 
Distinguished University Scholarships 503 
Dixie Dregs 58-59. 48-49 
Dracula 202-203 

Gil Eagles 88. 48-49 
ECOS 196-197 
Ehringhaus 360 
"Elaine & Rupert"" 128-131 
Elections, Student Body 186-187 
Emily 65 
Etcetera 466-477 
Everett 361 

Familiar Faces 514-579 

Ken Felt 88-89, 48-49 

Fencing 312-313 

Field Hockey 317 

Fine Arts Festival 42-43, 60-61 

Football 262-283 

Football, Club 325 

Football, JV 298-299 

Christopher C. Fordham III, Vice 

Chancellor of Health Affairs 251 
Free Flicks 92-93, 48-49 
"A Freshman's Guide to Orientation Week " 

338-341 
Nancy Friday 75 
William C. Friday, President 242 

Gamma Beta Epsilon 507 

William M. Geer, Director of Student Aid 

244 
Dizzy Gillespie Quartet 81, 48-49 
Order of Gimghoul 492 
Order of the Gingko 497 
Order of the Golden Fleece 484 
Golf 318-319 

Gorgon's Head Lodge 493 
Graduate and Professional Student 

Federation (GPSF) 212 



606 



Graduate Students 579 
Graham 362 
Order of the Grail 486 
Granville Towers 364-365 
"The Great Balloon Ascension" 96-105 
Paul Green Theatre, opening 90-91 
Grimes 363 
Gymnastics 302-303 

Anne Drury Hall 254 
Fred Harris 68-69, 48-49 
Society of Hellenas 494 
Hinton James 366-367 
Homecoming 266-269 
Honoraria 478-513 

Ice Hockey 326-327 
Inflation 476-477 
International News 470-471 

Society of Janus 495 

The Thomas Jefferson Award 254 

Donald C. Jicha, Assoc. Dean of General 

College 250 
James M. Johnston Nursing Scholars 502 
James M. Johnston Scholars 500-501 
Claiborne S. Jones. Executive Asst. to the 

Chancellor 247 
Lyie V. Jones, Vice Chancellor and Dean of 

the Graduate School 251, 254 
"Jonestown or the disco " 44 
Joyner 368 
UNC Jugglers Association 199 ..^^^ 

Kappa Alpha 409 

Kappa Alpha Theta 452-453 

Kappa Delta 454-455 

Kappa Epsilon 410 

Kappa lota Delta 443 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 456-457 

Kappa Psi 411 

Kappa Sigma 412-413 

Karate Club 326-327 

Kenan 369 

Kenan Professorships 481 

Kinetic Energy 258-329 

Martin Luther King, Sr. 70-71 

Korios International Folk Dancers 206 

Lab Theatre 204-205 

Lacrosse 316 

Ladyhouse Blues 60-61, 48-49 

Lambda Chi Alpha 414 

■"Leaving" 608 

Harvey Eugene Lehman 254 

"Letter to a Friend"" 8-17 

Lewis 370 

Lifestyles 330-465 

Liquor-By-The-Drink 168-169, 474-475 

Little Feat 50-51, 48-49 

Little Sisters of IVIinerva 430 

Long Day's Journey Into Night 202-203 

Macbeth 202-203 

Chuck Mangione 80, 48-49 

Mangum 371 

Mangum Medal in Oratory 508 

Manly 372 

UNC Marching Bands 66 

Mclver 373 

Minnesota Dance Theatre 76-77, 48-49 



Suzie Mitchell, Attorney General 181 

Morehead Fellows 499 

Morehead Scholars 498-499 

Morrison 374 

J. Charles Morrow. Provost 245 

Movies 476-477 

UNC Music Department 66-67 

National News 470-471 

Native Son 91 

Navy ROTC 214 

Nee Ningy Band 89. 48-49 

North Carolina Dance Theatre 76-77. 48-49 

North Carolina Symphony 82-83, 48-49 

North Tower Quartet 209 

The Nutcracker Suite 62-63 

Obituaries 473 

Madalyn Murray OHair 74. 48-49 

Old West 375 

Omega Psi Phi 415 

Order of the Old Well 485 

Orientation Commission 220 

Othello 64 

Outing Club 328 

Pablo Cruise 52-53, 48-49 

Parker 376 

Pastimes 94-177 

Patrons 605 

Phi Beta Kappa 488-489 

Phi Delta Chi 421 

Phi Delta Theta 422 

Phi Eta Sigma 490-491 

Phi Gamma Delta 424-425 

Phi Kappa Sigma 423 

Jim Phillips, Student Body President 180 

Phi Mu 458-459 

Phi Sigma Kappa 426-427 

Pi Beta Phi 460-461 

Pi Kappa Alpha 416-417 

Pi Kappa Phi 418-419 

Pi Lambda Phi 420 

Playmakers Repertory Company 202-203 

"A Plea for Affirmative Action " 243-247 

Postscript 580-599 

Society for the Preservation of Buck 

Taylor's Mutton and Shoats 511 
Prologue 6-17 
""Publish or Perish?"" 250-253 

Ralph Hugo Raasch 255 

Readers" Theatre 201 

Leon Redbone 80, 48-49 

H. Bentley Renwick, Associate Dean of 

Counseling 245 
Residence Hall Association (RHA) 190 
Rho Chi 504 
Patricia Perri Rieker 255 
Rocky Horror Picture Show 144-145 
Romeo and Juliet 65, 48-49 
Ruffin 377 
Rugby Club 322-323 

Order of St. Andrew 496 

St. Anthony Hall 428-429 

Salgo Award 254 

Scabbard and Blade 509 

Frederic W. Schroeder, Director of Student 

Activities 253 
"See Voral Blow UP UP UP"" 228-233 



Semper Fidelis 214 
Seniors 516-533 

"Shades of Pink and Khaki " 384-393 
Ntozake Shange 44-45 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 430-431 
Sigma Chi 432-433 
Sigma Nu 434-435 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 436-437 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 462-463 
Soccer 300-301 
Soccer, Womens 324 
Softball 307 

Sound and Silence 84-85, 48-49 
The Sound of Music 78-79, 48-49 
"South Campus Sabotage '" 344-349 
Spencer 378 
Springfest 20-31 
"Street People" 146-155 
William R, Strickland, Assoc. Vice 

Chancellor for Student Development 253 
Student Consumer Action Union (SCAU) 

221 
Student Government 180-185, 186-187 
Swimming 310-311 

Table Tennis 326 

Tanner Awards 255 

Tau Epsilon Phi 438 

Livingston Taylor 53. 48-49 

N. Ferebee Taylor, Chancellor 243, 245 

Paul Taylor Dance Company 76-77. 48-49 

Teaching Awards 254-255 

Teague 379 

John L. Temple. Vice Chancellor of 

Business and Finance 252 
Tennis 314-315 
Threads 202-203 
Toronto Exchange 216 
Track 320-321 

Triangle Dance Guild 76-77. 48-49 
Cicely Tyson 72, 48-49 

Undergraduate Awards 482-483 
Undergraduates 534-578 
University Day 256-257 

Order of The Valkyries 487 

Volleyball 318-319 

Andrei Vosnesensky 73, 48-49 

Dan Wagoner and Dancers 76-77, 48-49 

Michelle Wallace 70-71, 48-49 

Whitehead 380 

Betty Williams 68-69. 48-49 

Samuel R. Williamson, Jr., Dean of Arts & 

Sciences 250 
Winston 381 

Paul Winter Consort 84-85, 48-49 
Winterludes 158-165 
The Wiz 78-79. 48-49 
Wrestling 308-309 
WXYC 191 

You Cant Take It With You 202-203 
Young Democrats 210, 86-87 
Your Arms Too Short to Box With God 
78-79. 48-49 

Zeta Beta Tau 439 

Zeta Psi 440-441 

Zeta Tau Alpha 464-465 



607 



LEAVING 

The soul screams. 

Its echo vibrates the heart 

your emotions speak. 

For an instant 

in the rush of saying good-bye 

you realize 

you will miss this place, 

its faces: 

their voices 

now become a part of you 

as that echo hammers them 

into memory. 

Jonathan Smylie 




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