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The Oglethorpe student: Many faces, many individuals to know 



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A time for solitude and grandeur— 
A laugh and a solemn walk make 
up a part of an Oglethorpe way of 
life that is ever present in the minds 
of every student . . . endless 
stretches of sidewalks that always 
end in the good, the bad, and 
the ugly. 



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My door is always open they 
say, but is it? ... . Hours of 
discussion and talk, only to 
end usually in confusion and 
distrust .... A girl and a 
boy. It all begins with laughter 
and a smile that only the two 
can understand. 




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It was the best of times, 
it was the worst of times, 
it was the age of wisdom, 
it was the age of foolishness, 
it was the spring of hope, 
it was the winter of despair . . . 
-CHARLES DICKENS 



From contemplation one may become wise, but knowledge 
comes only from study. 

— A. Edward Newton 








Beautiful, new buildings .... dirty, un- 
kept, new buildings .... broken window 
panes and busted out candy and cigarette 
machines .... a new motel on campus 
.... you v,an bet a girl didn't design that 
thing .... backed up sewer pipes .... 
bet you can't guess what backed them up 
.... mud everywhere .... at least it's 
new mud .... money owed all over the 
place and they go ahead and build a pool 
.... where did that money come from 
.... $30 a semester for almost nothing 
.... at least we got a yearbook out of 
it .... a $60 yearbook? .... the 69-70 
SGA .... GAD .... lots and lots of un- 



answered questions .... that race for 
SGA president .... Bill and Joe, Joe and 

Bill, Bill why? .... Yankees . . . . 

Grits .... go you Rebel .... girls .... 
one good looking bunch .... Greek rush 
.... they got how many? .... HEW .... 
do you discriminate because of race, 
color .... Beta Nu . . . . hey, boy .... 
Sammy .... where did they all come 
from? .... those laughable KDs on the 
fire truck . . . Joyce, do you have to hug 
it there? .... the freedom to condemn 
.... why can't you be constructive about 
it? ... . we're gonna take over Lupton, 
but first let's find a reason .... why? 



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Cold evening walks to dinner with the sun 
dancing on the horizon . . . that pla\' in 
the grass when our hearts were like 
children's ... a wait in the park, a bench 
to sit on . . . that jukebox and its countless 
companions who always seem to play the 
same thing . . . 



The below zero nights when all heat would 
seem to escape the confines of your room . . . 
the eight a.m. class and the clock says 
7:55 a.m. as you wake up . . . dressing . . . 
what outfit, that doesn't go . . . gad, it's in 
the wash . . . glancing at your feet while in 
class and you've got different colored socks 
on . . . boring lectures, stimulating day- 
dreams . . . that long hair up front— is it a 
girl or a boy? . . . it's 10:50 but he keeps you 
till 11:05 because Wagner is just the 
greatest . . . eleven to eleven thirty, the 
fastest half hour in the day . . . those after- 
noons when you should be studying but she's 
too much on your mind . . . dorm rooms- 
togetherness, security . . . security? ... the 
night they raided Minsky's ... the shouts 
of pig, the cries of swine and the victory sign 
• . . the white cars . . . confusion with 
cursing . . . censorship of the media . . . mad- 
ness, pure madness ... the morning after and 
the complete hurt of it all . . . those happy 
moments, and the shrill of laughter . . . why 
can't they last forever? . . . stretch sweaters, 
and the bods that fill them so deceitfully 
Friday night dates in another guy's car. 
that blasted curfew— oh, the limitations of 
it all. 





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The changing face of Oglethorpe from old to new. 




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Oglethorpe College's history must 
be divided into two main chap- 
ters, separated by a gap of several 
decades. "Old Oglethorpe" was 
founded by Georgia Presbyter- 
ians in 1835 at Midway, Georgia, a village 
near Milledgeville. During the years before 
the civil war it grew and prospered, with a 
distinguished faculty and a fine student 
body. Joseph LeConte, the scientist, best 
typifies the former; the poet, Sidney 
Lanier, the latter. The chapel on the Mid- 
way campus was referred to as the finest 
college chapel in the United States at the 
time. "Old Oglethorpe" must be counted 
one of the casualties of Reconstruction. 
An attempt was made to save it by a move 
to Atlanta; to which the political center 
of the state had been moved. After a few 
years on a campus at the site of the present 
Atlanta City Hall, the school was closed 
in 1872. 

The new Oglethorpe was begun on the 
present campus through the efforts of 
Dr. Thornwell Jacobs. While the new 
school received much support from Presby- 
terians, it was reopened as an independent 
rather than a church-related college. The 
new charter was issued in 1913 and the first 
class enrolled in 1916. Dr. Jacobs served as 
president from its refounding until 1943. 
He was succeeded by Dr. Philip Weltner 
who aided the faculty greatly. 





College instead of University— 
but the feeling is still the same. 
The present program at Ogle- 
thorpe is an evolutionary out- 
growth of the plan which 
Dr. Philip Weltner originated around 1943. 
He was succeeded in the presidency by 
Dr. J. Whitney Bunting and Dr. Donald R. 
Wilson, both for short periods of time. 
Goodman Hall, a men's dormitory, was 
erected during this period. Dr. Donald 
Agnew assumed the office in 1958. During 
his tenure the 2,500 seat Field House was 
constructed where Oglethorpe's basketball 
Petrels play. Also Dr. Agnew strengthened 
the student body and faculty, and intro- 
duced evening classes. 

Dr. Paul R. Beall served as president 
from October, 1964 to June, 1967. Then 
Oglethorpe's present president, Dr. Paul K. 
Vonk, assumed the presidency in July, 
1967, and under his administration the stu- 
dent body has been enlarged to the largest 
in the schools history. Oglethorpe has 
experienced a tremendous growth in every 
direction since Dr. Vonk took over. A 
three story, 170 female capacity dormitory 
has been built which has a large courtyard 
in the middle. The library has been re- 
modeled along with the main classroom 
building. A new student center has been 
added which has offices for all student 
functions and it also contains the new 
dining hall. A pool is complete also. 



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The 1969-1970 Student Government 
Association tried to give the students 
of Oglethorpe College capable leader- 
ship but was severely hampered by the 
lack of student financial aid and moral 
backing. Many questions were raised 
as to why there was no money, but in 
the end there was never any clear ans- 
wer. The SGA did, though, set itself 
back on some semblance of financial 
footing by enacting a strong program 
of allocating its money. The SGA, head- 
ed by Bill Hudgins, showed that it had 
the ability to do a good job if it had 
the backing, but it was never given the 
financial chance. 




1. William B. Hudgins . . . SGA 
President 

2. Robert Benzing . . . SGA Treasurer 

3. Cindy Hess . . . SGA Secretary 

4. Brad Webber . . . 
SGA Parliamentarian 

5. Space Kennedy . . . SGA 
Vice-President 






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Yamacraw Staff 70 

Coffee . . . Coke . . . what? . . . deadline tomorrow . . . 
gad . . . we're short two pages . . . Lenny, we just can't do 
that! . . . Bruno, to the darkroom! . . . and why haven't you 
printed it? . . . THAT is a grott mark! . Ross has locked 
his keys in his office again . . . call Fitts ... the zoo .. . 
where did the phone go? . . . no more hot line to the girl's 
dorm . . . Crockett screwed us . . . how much postage for 
these crates . . . keep it to a dull roar, please? . . . Bruno! . . 
it's a green louie ... so who has the job stamp? . . . some- 
body needs a secretary . . . 435 . . . Yamacraw staff only . . , 
that makes fifteen greasy burgers in one week! . . . 
to the mail! ... 









1. lanel Bartlett . - - . The Zoo 
2 Lenny Paul - - - , Balls 
3^ ludy Salenfriend , . . . $ <t 
4. Lenny Cuidone ... Aristotle 
and Mickey Mouse 





stormy Petrel 



1. Scott Saunders 

2. Lu-Anne Niersbach 

3. Ron McSwiggan 
4- Richard Luff 

5. Don Bornstein 
6- Steve Poliakoff 
7 Dave Bruno 



Where's the front page .... what do 
you mean there are no news stories? 
Whoever heard of co-editors .... 
Ask Mike to clear it ... . No, go see 
Lu-Anne about it ... . We need 
money .... Cliff, get some ads .... 
All right, lets vote for Petrel Girl 
. . . . Tom, wake up, there's a meeting 
. . . . No, Luff cannot be Petrel Girl 
. . . . Better yet, ask Scott .... Mary, 
type it quick .... Bruno, get a pic- 
ture .... The issue is here .... There 
is no sports stories .... The next 
deadline is in two weeks and the 
paper comes out two weeks after 
or two years later .... Where is 
Fred .... Wrap it up and get rid 
of it ... . -30- 





Boar's Head Fraternity 



1. David Hansford 
2 |oe Menez 

3. Thomas Burton 

4. lohn Poag 

5 Terry Pulver 

6. Soon Young Chung 

7. Michael de Camp 
lim MacDonall 
Steve Rudge 




Duchess 
Club 




Pi 

Sigma 
Delta 




1. Lewis Glenn 

2. David Stewart 

3. Mary-Phyllis Dolcinnascolo 

4. )ohn Akin 

5. Lynn Wolffe 

6. Tony Meyer 

7. Joyce Blanl< 
8- Fran Kaylor 

9. Dr. M.A. Aionso 



10. Carl David 

11. Etta Lou Hanken 
12 Robert ] Cole 
13. lill Moore 

14 Anne Cheek 

15 Wendy Klein 

16 Bobby Wilcox 

17 ludy Wallis 




Student 
National 
Education 
Association 







1. Etta Lou Hanken 

2. loanne Hubbard 

3. Andrea Hestley , 

4. Carol Zee 
5 lill Moore 
6. Ray Pawlik 

7 Dr. T, Lavon Talley 

8. Miriam Creezes 

9. Vicki Foddrill 
10. Helen Farley 



11 Nancy Staller 

12 Margarete Damerow 
Pres, 13 Adolph Coldenburg . . 

14. Ginger Burton 

15. Ina Fossett 

16. Pam Roebuck Trea. 
17 loel Oppenheim 

18, Mr. Robert Taylor 

19. Gene Wood 
i20. Art Pelenberg 



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Social 
Committee 



1. Torn Collins 

2. Tom Cioffi 

3. Lenny Paul 

4. Doug Roberts 

5. Ellouise lames 

6. Lynn Embrey 

7 Judy Peitzman 




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Ken Jackson — student chaplain 

Map, Ezzell— Treasurer 

Bob Evans— 1st Sen. Pres. 

Dan Reed 

Mar\ Reed — Secretary 

Doug Bower- 2nd Sen. Pres. 

ludv Wailis 

Brad Hestir 

Dr. \ishimura— advisor 



Interfaith 



Intramural 
Council 





Oglethorpe Players 



1. Tonv Romano 

2. Ron McSwIggan . , V,P, 

3. )ohn Cherine 

4. Bill Bass 

5. Scott Breckinridge 

6. Ed Sakes 

7. Leonard Cuidone . . . Pari. 

8. Bill Anthony 

9. Rick Osborne . . Tres. 

10. loyce Woodward 

11. Beth Kaufman 



12. John Andrus 

13. Larry -MrKinley 

14. Bill Futterman 
i; Klaus Smith . 

16. Laura Viterna . 

17. Lisa Yellis 

18. Debbie Heavlar 

19. lody Weston 

20. Judy Salenfriend 

21 Nancy Staller 

22 Rfxian 



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Lu-Anne Niersbach— -*E representative 

Fran Kaylor — President 

Anne Cheek- KD representative 

Genie Goldfarb— ^^OE representative 

|ill Moore— KD representative 

Suzy Feldman— vice president 

Karen Morrow — secretary 

Peggy Hodge— Cn representative 

PauTa Noe— Cfl representative 



Panhellenic Council 




Interfraternity 
Council 



1. Barry BrorJy 

2. Rick Hall --Secretary 

3. Mike Steinberg — President 

4. )ohn Ball 

5. Charles Sullivan 

6. Mike Israelite 

7. Bill Irenes 

8. Marty Liberman 

9. Scott Eaton 




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1 Dennis Mensch 

2- Ken lackson 

3- Bob Evans 

4. C-K. Whitner 

5 Rusty Cutler, President 

6 Charlyne Rickmann 

7. Mr Wendell Brown — advisor 

8, "Cookie" Caldwell 
9- Ross Henderson 





1. Alan Schlesinger 

2. Mike Kay 

3. Richard Men/- 

4. Bob Heany 

5. David Doernberg 

6. Bill lones 

7. Mark Scarvon 

8. Eric Cantor 

9. Marty Lipson 



10 Barry Ginsberg 
n. Curt Catlin 

12 David Hoff 

13 Gene Minogue 
14. Paul Steinhart 

15 George Snyder 

16 Mike Israelite 

17. Richard Shulimson 

18. Bill Kelley 




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1. Mark McCuirl 

2. Sam Obsharsky 
3- Rex Yoder 

4 Bob Green 

5. Greg Weliinghoff 

6. Charley Sullivan 

7. Tom Rivello 

8. lay Kelly 

9 Dave Stewart 
10. Marty Carter 
n Ted Grose 
12- Cy Warren 
13 Chip Shepard 
14, Gene Traub 
15- Bob Amick 
16. Dick Maher 



17- Steve Rudge 

18- Tom Collins 
19, lohn Ball 

20- Freddie Carter 
21 lohn Thomas 

22, Ralph Prophetta 

23, Roger Kuneye 

24, Jimmy Usher 
25 Bob Bergamini 
26, leff Bailey 



Mike Alderiso 
lohn Zitilo 
Ed Mulligan 
Steve Strachan 
Gene Spense 
joe Menez 



33. Chuck Hutto 





1. Mary Pruitl 

2. Lynn Cowhi^; 

3. Nancy Koppen 

4. Diana Bartnell 

5. rheryl I ov*;!af,f* 

6 Mary P Dolrimasrolo 

7, l-orric Hewes 

8, Pat Wif kham 

9, Karen Mrjrrow 

10. lanel Bartlett 

11. Elaine Libert! 

12 Susan Davis 

13 Sharon Cleason 
14. Brenda Hamlin 



15 Ondy Hfrss 

16 Deane Lewis 

17 Freddie Carter 

18. Kobren Campbell 

19. Mag Bailey 

20 Debbie Fleming 

21. Kathy Russell 

22. Peggy Hodge 

23. Chivas 

24. Cay Harp 

25. Cindy Me/ger 

26. Ursula Bailey 

27. Mary Bauer 

28. Mary Oockett 




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2, lim Bello 
3- Everett Higginbotham 

4. Barry Brody 

5. Doug Roberts 

6. Rick Agel 

7. Steve Walsh 

8. Mark Lofgren 
9- lohn Fittipaldi 

10- leanne Ackerman 
11. Rick Hail 



12. Ellouise lames 

13. A! Chonto 

14. Ken Raker 
15- Doug Amick 

16. Bryant Cargiulo 

17, Mike Belle Isle 

18- Tom Cioffi 

19- Bruce Edmund 

20- Kevin Mende 

21- David Karaffa 







1 De Cunningham 

2. Evie Tobian 

3. Anita Paoli 

4. lanet Hausmann 

5. Lu-Anne Niersbach 
6- ludy Peitzman 

7, Lynda Shelkoff 

8. Rusti Plutchok 
9- Suzy Feldman 

10, Wendy Klein 



11 Sandi Grossman 

12. Genie Coldfarb 

13. Lisa Yellis 

14. Bo Levine 

15. Lynn Wolffe 

16 Cindy Baumstein 

17. Alyse Greenbaum 

18. Nancy Staller 

19. lody Weston 

20. Cinny Gardiner 



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1, Diana Arthur 

2. Margie Collins 
3- Nancy Clow 

4. Betty Caskey 
5- Joanne Hubbard 

6. Debbie Flower 

7. Bonnie Hargrove 
8 Lynne Frazier 

9. Ellouise lames 

10, lill Moore 

11, Candy Crain 

12, Marcia Gonzalez 
13 Fran Kaylor 

14- Connie Marchetti 
15 Brenda Hull 
16, lanet Miller 
17 Linda Puckett 

18, Lynn Freeman 

19, Lynn Hyde 

20. juanita Springfield 

21. Wendy Mitcham 
22 Linda Cline 

23. Carmen Peyton 

24. Anne Cheek 

25. Georgia Pendery 




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lav Steele 
Caye Harp 
Andy Webb 
William Stettinius 
lohn Cole 
Debbie Buchannan 
Brad Webber 
Randy McQueen 
Richard Pavne 
Terry Paton 
Bob Spivey 
Hene Insler 
Clayton McDonald 
Ed Flanagan 
C Harvey Buek 
Robin Robertson 
Scott Eaton 
Mary Bauer 
leff Lumpkin 
Arnie Katterman 
Debbie Fleming 
Carl Berg 
left Miller 
Linda Tripplet 
Bill Sargent 
Cindy Mezger 
Trip Whitman 
Ken Roberts 
Da\id Cooper 
Brian O'Donnell 
Paula Stapp 
Pete Swift 
Gary Williams 
Cordon Mclkain 
Wayne laffe 
David Perrine 
Ronnie Barrett 
Diane Schuettinger 
Harris Clark 
Dennis Yendrick 
George Smith 
lim Ewing 



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1. 


Steve Silver 


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Dave Seaman 


2. 


lerry Rush 


19, 


Phil Frost 


3. 


Bear Cohen 


20, 


Alan Goldstein 


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Gene Perry 


21, 


Andy Weiss 


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Barry Fitzgerald 


22. 


Bob Mautner 


6. 


Marty Liberman 


23, 


loel Cardonick 


7 


Klaus Smith 


24, 


Larry Miller 


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Mike Liberman 


25. 


Don Bornstein 


9. 


Howie Solodky 


26, 


Rick Savage 
Marvin Arlitz 


10, 


Elliot Bodner 


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11. 


Alan Mazer 


28. 


lack Gardner 


12. 


Cliff Spear 


29 


Al Gilbert 


13. 


Ron McSwiggan 


30 


Steve Van Hooten 


14, 


Miriam Creezes 


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Gary Brown 


15 


Brian Mantis 


32 


Ed McGuire 


16 


Mike Steinberg 


33 


Al Sharf 


17 


Carl David 







34. 


Steve Poliakoff 


50. 


Paul Zimmerman 


35. 


Bob Weiss 


51. 


Mike Higgins 


36. 


lay Goldstein 


52, 


Lynn Wolffe 


37. 


Laura Viterna 


53, 


Tom Markham 


38. 


Lee Falk 


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]ule Limoli 


39, 


lack Rhodes 


55, 


Bill Anthony 


40, 


Alan Ackerman 


56, 


Cathy Cershan 


41, 


jeff Riffkin 


57. 


Mark Sessa 


42, 


Carol Lane 


58. 


Gary Fleishman 


43, 


Gary Bowden 


59. 


Rick Atherton 


44, 


Bruce Wunsch 


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Harriet Daley 


45, 


Randy Adier 


61 


Ed Sakos 


46, 


Ed Spitzberg 


62 


lohn Chernin 


47 


Paul Mantini 


63 


Bruce Hanft 


48, 


Bill Paterna 


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Paul Solodar 


49. 


Dave Harris 


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Alfie Martabano 





Al Schwartz 
lohn Rohr 
Paul Revock 
Jerry Daniels 
Fred York 
Les Tompkins 
Bob Hoffman 



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Who's Who In American Colleges And Universities — 1969 




Tony 
Anderson 



Robert 
Benzing 



Ginger 
Burton 



Toni 
Chamberlain 



Soon 
Young 
Chung 




Nancy 
Clow 



Lynn 
Cowhig 



Vicki 
Foddril 



Brenda 
Hamlin 



Ross 
Henderson 



Cynthia 
Hess 



Mark 
Lofgren 



Joe 
Menez 



David 
Perrine 



John 
Poag 




Steve 
Rudge 



Scott 
Saunders 



Eugene 
Wood 




Who's Who In American Colleges And Universities — 1969 



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2. Laurie Hewes 

3. Paula Noe 

4. Diana Bartnett 

5. Jeanne Ackerman 

6. Pat Davis 




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With the dawning of Aquarius so dawns a new 
leader to our fearful five, Tom Norwood. The 
new coach played for Oglethorpe College during 
his college days. He has come back to lead our 
troops to a successful year. At Christmas break 
AP ranked Oglethorpe College 9th in small 
colleges and UP! gave us a vote of 11th 
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61 Georgia State 48 

69 Cumberland 66 
84 Florida Southern 67 

70 Shorter 57 
83 Albany State 69 
72 Valdosta State 66 

83 Georgetown 93 

84 Valdosta State 70 
57 Georgia Southern 73 

66 Mercer 57 
87 Mercer 70 
70 Tennessee A&l 76 
87 Univ. S. Alabama 62 
86 Shorter 50 
51 Georgia Southern 85 
74 Albany State 72 
76 Univ. S. Alabama 78 

67 Univ. W. Florida 75 
109 Clark College 90 

67 Georgia Southern 85 

84 Tennessee A&l 86 

89 Chattanooga 82 

79 Univ. W. Florida 65 

102 Georgia State 60 

69 Mercer 61 

67 Chattanooga 70 



Grain and Norwood Lead O.C. to 17-9 

Led by Ernie Grain's 19.3 game point average and 503 point total, and Willie 
Sheats' 17.2 point average, 431 point total, and 250 rebounds, the Ogle- 
thorpe Petrels bounced to a very successful 17 and 9 season. Under Coach 
Tom Not^vood's first year leadership, the Petrels were ranked ninth in the 
nation at one time, won the Citrus Invitation Tournament in December, and 
scored 1,993 points for a 76.6 game point average against their opponents. 
Randy Lee was third in scoring honors with 318 points, followed by John 
Poag with 232 points and 230 rebounds. Larry Walker had 163 points and 87 
rebounds. Ken Erdoes sco-ed 119 points and 92 rebounds, Otis Ward shot 
100 points and had 82 rebounds, David Hansford dumped in 65 points and 
32 rebounds, Terry Schell got 35 points and 17 rebounds, and Gary Tassin 
scored 32 points and 39 rebounds. 



1, Randy Lee 

2 David Hansford 

3. Ernie Cram 

4. Ken Erdoes 

5. Terry Schell 

6. Bill Dumas 

7. William Sheats 

8. John Poag 
9 Gary Tassin 

10. Larry Walker 

11. Otis Ward 

12. Coach Tom Norwood 








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Tim Blake 
Ojrdon Mcllvain 
Ktvin Mende 
(erry Daniels 
Les Tompkins 
lohn Cibbs 
Fred York 
Roger Kuneyl 
Willie Stettinius 
Fred Denisco 



11 Corky Scott 

12. Woody Hohlitzel 

13. Arnie Katterman 






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Phi Alpha Takes B League Championship 




Rams Run to A League Title 




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99 




Faculty Slips by Students 

Showing a surprising agility in their old age, the Ogle- 
thorpe faculty basketball "team" shocked the O.C. 
students team 106 to 96. The students were led by high 
scorer Larry Eisenstein with 32 points, while the faculty 
countered with Ail-American Doug Alexander who 
scored 44 points, former Petrel star and now Petrel 
Coach Tom Norwood with 29 points, and tennis Coach 
Joe Dennis with 20 points. Dirty Phil Palmer and fingers 
Thomas led the faculty in all areas with no points at all, 
while Dubow, Walton, and Dean Amerson brought up 
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TO. Gary Williams 

11. lay Goldstein 

12. Ronnie Barrett 

13. Ricl< Hugiies 

14 Paul Revock 

15 Russell Harrell 
7. Coach Torn Norwood 16. Steve Rudge 

Kevin Mende 17. Fred Denisco 

9. )im Bello 18. John Zitello 

19. Tom Cioffi 




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Univ. of Illinois 


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William )ewell 


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2. Bill Sargent 

3. Woody Hoblitzell 

4. Cordon Mcllvain 

5. Coach loe Dennis 

6. Pete McNeely 

7. Bruce Feuer 

8. Arnie Katterman 
9- Richard Payne 



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1 Ron McSwiggan V.P. 
2. Barbi lacobs Sec, 

3 Tom Collins Pres. 

4 Lynn Cowhig Pari. 

5 Barry Fitzgerald Treas. 



Seniors 
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Brian J. Ahearn 



Doug Allen 



Dale Ashworth 




Lance Barr 



Thomas Barry 



Jimmy Bello 




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111 



Robert Charles Benzing 





Grafton T. Biglow 



Robert Bingham 




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Tim Blake 




William )ay Boritz 



Howard Breda 




David E. Bruno 



Barbara A. Burnside 



Thomas Burton 




Ralph "Cookie" Caldwell 



Roland Clarke 



Nancy )ane Clow 




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John Cole 



Dave Coley 



Marjorie Collins 




Ted Collins 



Thomas H. Collins 



George A. Corbo, Jr. 




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113 



Madeleine Allison Cowhig 



Ernest Crain 



Russell Cutler 




Carl David 



Susan K. Davis 




David Doernberg 




Rick Druks 



Carolyn Young Embrey 



Larry Embrey 




Ken Erdoes 



Barry Lee Fitzgerald 



Gill Foster 






Suzan Mathieu Foster 



Amelia Franks 



Lynn Andreasen Freeman 






Philip Frost 



Sam Dog Caynor 



Richard lav Cavnor 




1 l4 Barry Ginsberg 

115 



lerry Claser 




Sharon Gleason 







Linda Greene 



Miriam Creszes 



Arthur Gutierrez 




Brenda Hamlin 



Sonja Haney 



David Hansford 





Alan Barry Hatcher 



Edward R. Henderson 



James R. Henderson, Jr. 




William Hendrix 




Cynthia Hess 



George H. Hewlett 




Everett Higginbotham 



Robin Hinden 






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117 



William Hudgins 



Albert R. Hudson 



Richard Hughes 



HBB 




Barbi Jacobs 



John Jacobsen 



Beth Gail Kaufman 




Michael David Kaydouh 



Fran Kaylor 



Claudia Kurtz 




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Jon Kligerman 



Steven Levin 






Henry Lindsay 






Martin Lipson 



James MacDonall 



Wendell Jack McKee 




Jane Vandever MacKenzie 



Lawrence McKinley 



Ronald McSuiggan 




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119 



Jeffrey A. Mandel 



Brian Mantis 



Joan iWarr 





Carol Mason 



Alan J. Mazer 



Albert Meyers 








Albert Mitchell Mielczarek 



Her Monford 



Mark Mulligan 




Francis R. Nadeau, Jr. 



Michael Lee Newton 



Lu-Anne Patricia Niersbach 






Lew Paddock 



)udy Peitzman 



Rusti Plutthok 




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121 



Charles Rice 



Frank Ian Richter 



Charlyne Jacqueline Rickmann 




Douglas Earl Roberts 



Kathy Russell 



Scott Saunders 





Fred Savage 



Shelly Shaprio 



Robert Sibert 





Mylin M. Sivaton 



Curtissa Smith 



Klaus Howard Smith 




Nancy Staller 



Steve Strachan 



Andy Syrkin 





William Thielle 



Carl Volk 



Robert V\esterbeke 





Harriet Williams 



Richard Williams 




Elaine Wimberly 



Zeke Wimberly 



Diane Rowles Wirick 






Lisa Florence Yellis 



Carol Zee 



Jonathan A. Zerby 




Senior Directory 



Brian I- Ahearn Huntington Station, NY Intramural Football; Mediation; Stu- 
dent Union BIdg-, Activity Coordinator 
Doug Allen Atlanta, Ca 
Dale Ashworth Atlanta, Ca 
Lance Barr Chicago, III 
Thomas Barry Westchester, Pa- 

limmy Bello Atlanta, Ca. Chi Phi 3,4; Intramural Basketball and Football; Base- 
ball 1,2,3,4 

Robert Charles Benzing Orlando, Fla. Crievance Comm. 4; Academic Planning 
and Curriculum Reform Comm. 4; SCA Treas. 4; Board of Treas- Pres. 4; Social 
Comm.; Phi Alpha; at College of Orlando — Frosh. Class V P ; Soph, Class Treas, 
Grafton T. Biglow Washington, D C Honor Court 1,2,4, Intramural Coun , Intra- 
mural Football, Baseball, Basketball, All Stars in Football and Baseball; Players; 
Liason Comm,; |r. Class V, P, 
Robert Bingham Atlanta, Ga, 
Tim Blake Atlanta, Ga, Chi Phi; Soccer 1,2,3,4 

William lay Boritz Atlanta, Ga, Pi Kappa Phi Sec, 3, Chaplain 3; Newspaper 1,2 
Howard Breda Chamblee, Ca, 

David E- Bruno Scarsdale, N,Y, C,W, Post College 1; Photo Comm, 2, Chairman 3, 
4; Stormy Petrel 2, Photo Ed, 3,4, Petrel Staff Award; Yamacraw 2,3,4 
Barbara A, Burnside Hollywood, Fla, Chi Phi Sweetheart Court 4 
Thomas Burton Huntsville, Ala, Boar's Head; LeConte Society; |r. Class Pres. 
Ralph "Cookie" Caldwell Ivyland, Pa, Alpha Phi Omega; Inter-Faith Coun, 
Roland Clarke Fairfax, Va, Intramurals 1,2,3,4 

Nancy lane Clow Forest Park, Ga, Yamacraw 1,2; Duchess Club 3,4; Chorale 3,4; 
History Club 4; Kappa Delta 3,4; Sec, 4; Honor Council 4; Constitutional Review 
Comm, 2 

lohn Cole Atlanta, Ga, Phi Alpha, Social Chairman; Literary Club; Rally Club; 
Student Coordination Comm, 
Dave Coley Daytona Beach, Fla, 

Marjorie Collins Wildwood, N J, Stormy Petrel 1,2, Features Ed, 2; Young Re- 
publicans 1; Kappa Delta 3,4 

Ted Collins Norcross, Ga, Stormy Petrel, Young Republicans 
Thomas H, Collins Manhasset, NY Beta Nu 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4; Intramural 
Council Chairman 4; Pres. of Sr, Class 

George A, Corbo, |r Hasbrouck Heights, N,|, Baseball; Players; Intramurals 1, 
2,3,4, Intramural Council 

Madeleine Allison Cowhig Atlanta, Ga Chi Omega 3,4 Pres, 3; Yamacraw 3; 
Sr, Class Parliamentarian 

Ernest Grain Atlanta, Ga, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 4 

Russell Cutler Atlanta, Ga, Stormy Petrel 1,2,3, Sports Ed, 1, News Ed, 2,3; Pros- 
pect 3, Business Manager 3; Intramural Coun, 2,3, Business Manager 2; Young 
Democrats 1,2,3, Treas. 2; Alpha Phi Omega, Historian 2,3, Pres 4; Speakers 
Bureau 

Carl David Philadelphia, Pa, Sigma Alpha Mu 
Susan K, Davis Alexandria, Va, Chi Omega 4, V,P, Pledge Class 
David Doernberg Atlanta, Ca, Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pres, Young Democrats; V P, 
People-to-People 

Rick Druks East Norwalk, Conn, Players; Xingu 

Carolyn Young Embrey Atlanta, Ga Cheerleading 2,3, Manager; Social Comm, 1, 
2, Sec, 3, Pres, 4; Orientation Comm 3,4; Rat Court 2,3,4; Players 1,2,3,4; Chorus 
1,2; Panhellenic 3; Best Dressed Coed Contest, 
Larry Embrey Atlanta, Ga, Intramurals, Chi Phi 
Ken Erdoes Yonkers, NY, Basketball; Baseball 

Barry Lee Fitzgerald Lancaster, Pa. Sigma Alpha Mu, Treas.; Sr. Class Treas, 
Gill Foster Chamblee, Ga, Proctor 3; College Center Superv, 3; Social Comm, 4 
Suzan Mathieu Foster Chamblee, Ga, SNEA 
Amelia Franks Tucker, Ga, 

Lynn Andreasen Freeman Atlanta, Ga Kappa Delta; Duchess Club; LeConte 
Society; Honor Court; Young Republicans 
Philip Frost Philadelphia, Pa. Sigma Alpha Mu 

Sam Dog Gaynor Chamblee, Ca Photo Comm 4; Campus Security 3,4; Beta 
Nu Bow Wow Award 4; Rat King 1; The Wendell Brown Award for non-Eng. 
Speaking Students 4; Messenger 1,2,3,4 

Richard |- Gaynor Chamblee, Ga, Yamacraw 1; Alpha Phi Omega Secretary 
Barry Ginsberg Wyncote, Pa, Intramurals; Alpha Epsilon Pi 
jerry Glaser Wyncote, Pa, 

Sharon Cleason Ft, Lauderdale, Fla, Dorm Coun 2,3; Phi Alpha Sweetheart Court 
3,4; Chi Omega 3,4, Treas, 4; Intramural Coun. 2,3; Mens Varsity Tennis 1; 
Tennis 3 

Linda Greene Lafayette, Ga, 

Miriam Greszes Atlanta, Ca, Sigma Alpha Mu Sweetheart 3,4; Dean's List 1,2,3; 
SNEA Sec-Treas, 

Arthur Gutierrez Collegedale, Tenn, 

Brenda Hamlin Scott AFB,, III, Outstanding Frosh; Best Supporting Actress 2; 
Cheerleader 1,2,3; Players; Best Dressed Coed Contest; Best Actress 3; Ghost 
Readings; Jr. Class Sec; Phi Alpha Sweetheart Court 3; Pres, Panhellenic 3; Pres, 
Chi Omega 4; High Priestess Rat Court; Petrel Girl of the Week; SUSGA Rep, 
Sonja Haney Charlottesville, Va, Thalian Society 

David Hansford Marietta, Ga, Basketball; Varsity Track; Kappa Alpha Order; 
V,P,, Pres, Interfraternity Coun,; Dean's List; M-Club 
Alan Barry Hatcher Atlanta, Ga, Treas, Bio, Club 2,3,4 
Edward Henderson Atlanta, Ca, Brother of Editor-in-Chief, 4 
lames R, Henderson, |r. Atlanta, Ga Business Manager of WUSC Radio; News- 
paper Staff at U. or S.C; Ed, of Yearbook; Circle K Club at Kennesaw |r. College; 
Photography Editor of Yamacraw 3, Editor 4; Alpha Phi Omega 4 
William Hendrix Atlanta, Ga, 

Cynthia Hess Bedminster, N.|, Social Comm,; SGA Sec, Chi Omega Sec; SNEA; 
Sweetcourt Phi Alpha; Most Adorable; 1,2,3,4 
George H, Hewlett Doraville, Ga, 
Everett Higginbotham Decatur, Ga, Chi Phi 



Robin Hinden Sarasfjta, Fla SNEA 

Peggy )ean HrxJge Bryn Mawr, Pa. Chi Omega; Panhellenic Coun.; Tennis Team, 
Psychology Club; Intramural &)un. 

William Hudgins Atlanta, Ca. Thalian Society; SCA Pres. 
Albert Hudson Atlanta, Ga, Social Comm,; Rep for jr Execs. 
Richard Hughes Atlanta, Ga. Baseball; Basketball Manager 
Barbi Jacobs Nyack, NY Cheerleader 1,2,3; Social Comm 1,2; SNEA; 
Sr, Class Sec. 
lohn lacobsen Dover, N,|, 
Beth Gail Kaufman Philadelphia, Pa. Players 

Michael David Kaydouche, Arlington, Va. Intramurals; Newspaper; Players 
Fran Kaylor Atlanta, Ga Kappa IJelta; Collegiate Chorale; Panhellenic Pre*. 3.4 
Claudia Kurtz Hialeah, Fla. SNEA; Duchess Club 
Jon Kligerman Philadelphia, Pa. 
Steven Levin Atlanta, Ga. 
Henry Lindsay Atlanta, Ga, 

Martin Lipson Union, N,| Alpha Epsilon Pi Pres,; Interfraternity Coun.: Liason 
Comm 

lames MacDonall NY,, N.Y. V.P. Boar's Head; Consultent Stormy Petrel, Petrel 
Personalitv; Chairman Crievance Comm.; Co-Pub. The Vehicle; Dean's List 
lane Vandever MacKinzie Atlanta, Ga. Le Conte Society; Kappa Delta; Yama- 
craw; Duchess Club 

Wendell lack McKee Upper Saddle River, N.|. 

Lawrence McKinley Atlanta, Ga. Social Comm. 1,2; Players 2,3,4; Intramurals 1 
Ronald McSwiggan N Babylon, NY. Sigma Alpha Mu; Sr, Class V.P.; Players 3. 
4, Best Actor 3; Stormy Petrel 2,4; Yamacraw 2; Rat Court 4; SNEA 4; Psychology 
Club 2; Social Comm 2; Literary Mag 2; Faculty-Student Coun, 4; At. Parsons 
College — Paper; Yearbook, Social Comm,; Drama Club; Sky Divers Oub: Rally 
Club; Homecoming Comm,; Creek Wk, Comm, 

Jeffrey A, Mandel Miami Beach, Fla, Tennis Team; Faculty Advisory Comm.; 
Admissions Comm ; Dorm Pres.; Zeta Beta Tau 
Brian Mantis Newburgh, NY. Sigma Alpha Mu 
Joan Marr Washington, D.C, 
Carol Mason Atlanta, Ga, 

Alan |. Mazer Atlanta, Ga. Stormy Petrel; Frosh, Class Padiamentarian; Sigma 
Alpha Mu Recorder, Pres, 
Albert Meyers Atlanta, Ga. 

Albert Mitchell Mielczarek Chicago, III. Capt. Debate Team 
Her Monford Atlanta, Ca, 

Mark Mulligan Staten Island, N.Y Intramural Coun.: |r. Class Parliamentarian 
Francis R. Nadeau. Ir, Woonsocket, Rl, Treas, Pi Kappa Phi 3 
Michael Lee Newton Atlanta, Ga 

Lu-Anne Patricia Niersbach Chicago, III, At Loyola Univ, — Young Democrats: 
Charidin Anthropological Society; Yamacraw Exec Sec, 3,4, Class Section 4: 
Stormy Petrel Copy Ed, 3,4, Co-Editor 4; WVOC Radio 3; Delta Phi Epsilon His- 
torian 3, Pledge Mother 4; Panhellenic 4; SCA Communication Line-copy Ed, 4: 
Sec, Photo Comm, 4; Players 3 
Lew Paddock Barrington, Rl 

ludy Peitzman Lancaster, Pa, Social Comm. 1,2,3,4; Stormy Petrel 2; Delta Phi 
Epsilon Co-Rush Chairman 3, Pres. 4; Special Events 2.3; Petrel Girl of the Week 
2; Rat Court 2,3,4; SNEA 3,4; TKE Sweetheart Court 2,3,4; Dean's List 3 
Rusti Plutchok Atlanta, Ga. Players; Treas. Delta Phi Epsilon: Social Comm. 
lohn Poag Leiand, Miss. Pre-law Club; Social Science Club; M-Club: Dean's 
List; Basketball; Track; Intramurals: Young Republicans; Boar's Head: Alpha 
Phi Omega 

John lames Proch Milmowt Park, Pa Intramurals; Syndicate 3.4 
James B. Ramage, )r, Atlanta. Ga, 
Charles Rice East Point, Ga, 
Frank Ian Richter Atlanta, Ga 

Charlyne lacqueline Rickmann Atlanta, Ca Yamacraw 

Douglas Earl Roberts Hamden, Conn. Chi Phi; Social Comm.: Year Book Staff: 
Intramurals, Intramural Coun, 
Kathy Russell Mobile, Ala. Chi Omega 

Scott Saunders Huntington, NY. Stormy Petrel 3,4, Features Ed, 4, .Managing Ed. 
4; Co-Editor Prospect 4 
Fred Savage Atlanta. Ga, 
Shelly Shapiro Philadelphia. Pa, Intramurals 
Robert Sibert Atlanta, Ga. Sports Writer 2; Pres. Bio. Club 3.4 
Mylin M Sivaton Upper Darby, Pa. 
Curtissa Smith Phoenix. N.Y, 

Klaus Howard Smith Duluth, Ca, Young Republicans, V.P.. Pres.; Stormv Petrel 
Sports Ed. 3, News Ed, 3: Players Director 3.4: Liberal Arts Comm.: Sigma .Alpha 
Mu; Curriculum Comm,: Rat Court 

Nancy Staller N. Wildwood. N.|. Delta Phi Epsilon; Communit\- Service Chair- 
man; SNEA 

Michael Leib Steinberg Philadelphia. Pa. Sigma Alpha .Mu Founding Father: 
Sigma Alpha Mu Pres.; Interfraternity' Council Pres.: Constitution (jhairman: 
Publicity Chairman 3,4; Greek Ed, 2.3: Student .Admissions Rep. 3,4: Stormv 
Petrel Managing Ed, 4, Editor 4: At Youngstown State Uni\, — Sigma Alpha ,Mu 
Founding Father 1 

Steve Strachan Baltimore. Md, Chairman Liason Comm : Rep, on De\elopment 
Comm ; Intramurals; Dorm Proctor: Beta Nu 
Gregory Sullivan Atlanta. Ca 

Andy Syrkin Woodbridge. Conn, Intramurals; V'arsit>' Soccer 
William Thielle Brooklyn. NY. 
Carl Volk Brooklyn. NY, Soccer 
Robert Westerbeke Great River. N.Y. Stormv Petrel 3 
Robert Wheeler Roswell. Ca. 
Harriet Williams Maitland. Fla. 
Richard Williams Decatur. Ga. 
Elaine Wimbedy Atlanta, Ca. 
Zeke Wimberly Atlanta, Ga. 
Diane Rowles Wirick Atlanta. Ca. Social Comm. 
Lisa Florence Yellis Great Neck, N.Y. Delta Phi Epsilon: Players 
Carol Zee St, Petersburg, Fla, SNEA: Chi Omega 
Jonathan A. Zerby Midland Park, N.|. Fuzz: 3 



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1 Robert Koff— President 

2. Mike Liberman — Treasurer 

3. Debbie Heavilon — Parliamentarian 

4. Marty Liberman — Vice-President 

5. Mary Bauer— Secretary 




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Sophomore Officers 




1, Don Bornstem 


Debby Downs 1 


President 


Secretary 


2 Karen Morrow 


De Cunningham 2 


Treasurer 


Vice President 


3. Elaine Liberti 


Steve Poliakoff 3 


Parliamentarian 


President 


4. Arnie Katterman 


Carmen Peyton 4 


Vice President 


Treasurer 




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Allen Ackerman 



leanne Ackerman Katie Adams 




Randy Adler 



Rick Age! 



Howie Altschuler 



Doug Amick 



William Anthony 



Mar\- Arlitz 








Diane Arthur 



Rich Atherton 



Marguerite Bailey 



Ursula Bailey 



John Ball 



Nancy Barendse 




Ceniu Btifk^tlale 



Ronald Charles William I Barren 

Barrett III 



larit-l Barllett 



William C, Bass 



Cindy Baumstein 






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Thomas L, Bearden George Becker 




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Don Bornstein 




Carry Bowden 



Margaret Brice 



Barry A. Brody 



Arthur Brown 



Webster Frye Brown Debby Buchanan 




Lee Buftington 



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Claire Burns 




Edward Burns 



Karen Campbell 



Joseph Carlvaro 



Rufus Carr 



Freddie Chappelle 
Carter 



Anne Cheek 




Jonathan Chernin 



Tom Cioffi 



Harris Clark 



Linda Cline 



Bear Cohen 




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Vicki Conway 




Judith Cook 




Ira R. Cooper 



Candy Crain 



Mary Crockett 



Diane Davenport Robert W. Davidson 





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Donna Day 



Timothy I- Deegan )ohn P Defino 



Frank Degenhardt Cail Dekelboum 



Robert A. Dennison 




Robert R- Dimm 



Mary-Phyllis 
Dolcimascolo 



Lynn Dorit 



Gail Dubow 



William R. Dumas. |r John F_ Dvvight III 




Ellen Endicott 



Patricia Engelhart 



Susan Epperson 



Bob Evans 



James J. Fisher 






lohn Fitzwater 



Michael Planter 



Gary Fleischman 



Debbie Flower 



Ina Fossett 




Samuel Friedman 




Steve Friedman Lloyd Charles Frischer William Futterman 



Michael Gaines 



Leo Gammon 



Virginia Gardiner 



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lack Gardner 



Cathy Gershon 



Alan Gilbert 



Genie Goldfarb 



|a\' N^- Goldstein 



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Marcia Gonzalez 



Allen Goodwin 



Tina Gordon 



James Graves Alyse Robin 

Green baum 



Mark Gross 




Sandi Grossman Leonard |. Guidone 



Kathy Guthrie 



Richard Hall 



Janice Haney 



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Etta Lou Hanken 



Dave Hanley 




Gaye Harp 



David Harris 



Janet Hausmann 



Robert Heany 



Debra Heavilon Tawny Pippitt Henry 



John Hartnett 




Mimi Hobbs 




Woody Hoblitzell 



Robert Hoffman 



Randj Holmes 



Joanne Hubbard 



Hfj'/.^Tfi Hurs^r.' 




David Hurst 



Lynn Hyde 



llene Insler 



Maxine lackson 



Ellouise lames 



Gary Johnson 






Richard Johnson 



Lynda )ones 



Sheryle Kayle Karp 



Arnold Katterman Caron S, Katz 



Michael Kay 




|im Kelley 



lill Kelly 



Space Kennedy 



Wendy Klein 



Robert Koff 



Nancy Koppen 




Chris Kousar 



Alan Krasnor 



)ohn Kufel 



Robert A. Kuzner, |r 





Keith Landberg 




Sue Landrum 



Carol Lane 




Randall Lee 



William Leonard 




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Barbara Levine 



Marty Liberman 



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Elaine Liberti 



Tia Lipman 




Lynne Litzinger 



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lude Lobell 



Cheryl Lovelace 




lack Lube 



Robert C Lyons 




Debbie Lou Malloy 



Steve Malone 



Jeffrey Manor 



Paul Mantini 



lohn W Matlock 



leffrey Matthews 




Robert Mautner Dennis Henry Mensch Wendy Mitcham 



Francie Monteith 



Jill Moore 



Libby Moore 








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Bryan Moran 



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Melanie Moroney 



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Cottle Morse 



Pam Moselev 



Marc Nelkin 



Charles Nelson 




Dave Noble 



Gini Noble 



Paula Noe 



Richard Noshav 



lulia O Brient 



Eugene Perry 



Carmen Peyton 



lames Pitts 



Eva Pogacnik 



••Dixie" Pohakoff 



Rhonda Portnoy 




Mary Pruitt 



Linda Puckett 



Dan Reed 



Paul Revock 



lames Reynolds 



leffrey Riffkin 





Thomas Rivello 



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Mark Rivkind 




Robin Robertson 



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[ohn Rohr 



Joanne Rubin 



jerei Rush 



Biorn Rustad 



Eugene E. Sakos, Jr. )udy Salenfriend 




Mark Samson 





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Tom Sawyer 



Deborah Schnell 



Terry Schell 



Mark A. Sessa 



Eugene Shapiro 




Alan Sharf 



WilHam Sheats Lynda Shelkoff 



Doris Simmons 



Frank Sinatra 




Howard Solodky 



Peter Solomon 



Clifford R, Spear 



luanita Springfield 



Sam Shapiro 




George Snyder 




Starr Starcke 



Mol Slein 



Nicholas Stone 



Brad Strickland Nancy Sturman 



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Jacquie Swift 



Gregory Taibott 



Yuko P- Tashiro 



Gary C Tassin 



Ted T. Taucher 



Shelley Taylor 





Clyde Thomas 



Bill Tierney 



Evie Tobian 



Les Thompkins 



Gene Traub 



Laura Vilerna 




Grace Walker 



Larry Walker 



Judy Wallis 



Otis Ward 



Alan Weatherup 



lody Weston 





Lynn Stacey Wolffe 



Susan Woodson 



Joyce Woodward 



D.R. Yoder 



Fred York 



Manabu Yoshiike 



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"Double time Rat" 

"Air Raid" 

Cluck, cluck, cluck 

Cod, I feel like an ass 

Humiliation 

Bite one 

Embarrassment plus 





#*%! . . . 

This is college? . . . 

This can't really be happening 

Oh, that feels good . . . 

Just you wait until Friday . . . 

King Willie Stettinius . . . 

Queen Jody Weston . . . 

And now . . . 

It is over . . . 

We are one . . . 

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K of C . . . . warm beer and cigarette 
butts .... gad, it's hot in here .... 
togetherness .... Freaky people 
doing their thing .... open bar .... 
I'll have another beer .... The 
Metro's .... Let's go out and get 
some fresh air ... . It's another orgy 

... You can't bring that bottle in- 
side .... Sheraton Biltmore .... 
Progressive Club .... slow dances 
and the fast ones .... Billy Joe 
Royal .... Rat King and Rat Queen 

... Coats and Ties .... short 
dresses .... long dresses .... Let's 
sit this out .... A new way of 
dancin' .... Cigarette for me, please 
.... Corsages .... excitement .... 
circle dance .... crowded tables 
.... sad faces, happy faces .... A 
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Oglethorpe's 1970 Miss Yamacraw is 4'11", 18 year 
old Joyce Woodward, who hails from Washington, 
D.C., but calls Fort Lauderdale, Florida, home. A 
true fireball by nature, our Freshman Psychology 
major is a perfect example of one who is in love 
with life. She finds life very exciting, and Joyce feels 
more at ease with herself when she can get out and 
take long walks where "I feel the most peace with 
the world and myself. I try to make the most out of 



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everything that I am doing. If I can bring a smile and 
a bit of cheer to one's heart, then I count the day 
as a success!" As for hobbies, Joyce enjoys horseback 
riding, tennis, and travel. She has a constant desire 
to get involved in situations that interest her and that 
she believes need correcting. She has captured the 
hearts of many because of this desire to help and 
her love for meeting all types of people — reason 
enough for Joyce to be out Miss Yamacraw 70. 



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Exams - Frustration 

Oh no, not three in one day .... absolute misery 
.... why didn't I learn this at the beginning? 
.... help! .... forty people in a forty seat room 
during exams .... those eagle eyed professors 
.... ail those hours of cramming and he gives 
us one question —gad! .... you have ten 
minutes left .... but you are only half way 
through the son of a *&-C% .... no sleep .... 
those donuts and coffee that always seem to be 
around .... you gave me a 79— can't you raise 
it just one point? .... I'm sorry my son, but we 
must have regulations .... bull. 





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Snow: The Fun of it All! 

You call this snow? .... I've seen more of this stuff 
in my fridge back home! .... call out the national 
guard — it snowed an inch last night! .... oh but the 
beauty of it all ... . why can't it be like this all the 
time? .... the rarity of a snowball fight .... not 
down my back! .... who built that snowman? .... 
those cafeteria trays and the girls dorm .... skiing 
on a half an inch— why not? .... the sore muscles 
and the cold hands .... it's not snow until it's at 
least a foot you grit .... the stillness that is always 
characteristic of a night of snow .... no night 
classes .... forget the books you dummies .... the 
joy of washing a girl's face in the snow .... you call 
this the sunny South? .... 



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Winter Concert — The Intruders 

The clapping of hands to the soul music .... rhythm swept 
through the crowd .... the Intruders at Oglethorpe .... who 
are the Intruders? .... dancing in the aisles .... meeting 
the group at the Beta Nu house .... finally a concert at the 
college .... the beat from their band .... harmonizing out- 
fits that added to the performance .... a good turnout .... 

Strachan the M.C and the introduction he gave .... 

people grooving to the music .... Mertz on the spotlight, 
a show of its own .... good job Dean Mac .... why couldn't 
the S.G.A. do this for the students? 









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Crowns 

Paula 

Stapp 

At 

Homecoming 

1970 

We thought it would never happen 
... so what if the SCA has no 
money .... many people behind 
the scenes, especially Brenda Ham- 
lin .... a great night for our Petrels 
against West Florida as we win 
79-65 .... so that's what you look 
like all dressed up! ... . the good 
looking girls .... you're escorting 
who? .... I'll bet you a fifth that 
my girl gets more votes than your's 
.... Coach Norwood's office — 
togetherness .... oh no, we're 
next! .... is my hair all right, can 
you see my slip? .... the calling 
of the names ... first Jeanne as 
fourth, then Freddie, then Diane, 
then Miriam, then .... Miss Paula 
Stapp — our Queen! 





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First Runner-up Miriam Greszes. escorted by Alan Mazer 
Second Runner-up Diane Schuettinger, escorted by Claston McDonald 
Third Runner-up Freddie Chappelle Carter, escorted by Charles Sullivan 
Fourth Runner-up leanne Ackermah escorted by Bryant Cargiulo 




1970 Homecoming Queen Paula Stapp 



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Those Lazy Days of Spring 

The raw leaves .... sitting in the sun .... the chirping of birds 
.... togetherness .... that walk through the park .... blue 
skies .... happiness .... smiling faces .... Spring fever .... 
hating to go to class .... a gentle breeze blowing her hair .... 
the quietness and serenity of a lake .... guys and girls .... love 
.... no more heating in the rooms ... running around barefoot 
.... flowers everywhere .... laughter .... a quiet talk under a 
tree .... being with someone you love .... baseball .... swim- 
ming .... bikinis blossom forth .... the joy of being alive .... 
shorts and sandals .... March 21, the first day of Spring .... 
ice cream .... daydreams .... picking daisies .... honeybees 
.... all is beautiful .... Spring clothes .... the early sun .... 
the fun of just being outside .... the beach .... a lingering kiss 
.... sunglasses .... trees and bushes in full bloom .... studying 
in the stadium .... no cares in the world .... getting naked and 
rolling in the leaves .... the mating season .... the facts of 
nature .... long drives in open convertibles .... wish we could 
get out of this class .... ah, paradise. 




Lady Oglethorpe 
Miss Judy Peitzman 



The Court 

Toni Chamberlain 

Sharon Cleason 

Brenda Hamlin 

Cynthia Hess 

Barbi Jacobs 







Lord Oglethorpe 
Mr. Ron McSwiggan 




The Court 

Grafton Biglow 
Tom Collins 
Ken Erdoes 
Joe Menez 



PEDAGOGUES 



Dr. Paul K. Vonk 

The eleventh president in Oglethorpe's 
history, which dates back to 1835, and 
a member of Atlanta's First Presby- 
terian Church is Dr. Paul Kenneth Vonk. 
A dynamic man of many attributes, Dr. 
Vonk has strived to alleviate the fin- 
ancial problems of Oglethorpe to a 
point where it could stand on its ''eet, 
and he has succeeded in this task tre- 
mendously. Although there are a num- 
ber of problems left, Oglethorpe Col- 
lege is now beginning to unfold into 
a well known college with a physical 
plant that grows impressively every- 
day. As past president and vice-presi- 
dent of the Southern Society for Phil- 
osophy and Psychology, a former sec- 
retary-treasurer of the Florida Philo- 
sophical Association, and chairman 
of the higher education section of 
the Florida Education Association, Dr. 
Vonk has led Oglethorpe College to a 
future that appears stable both finan- 
cially and educationally. 







1. Mr. Leo Bilancio .... Associate Professor of History 

2. Mrs. Idalee Vonk ... Instructor of Education 

3. Reverend Fitzhugh Legerton .... Instructor of Religion 





Dr. Doris C. Cash .... Associate Professor of Economics 

Mr. William H. Franklin, Jr Instructor in Economics 

Dr. Ken Nishimura .... Associate Professor of Philosophy 

Mr. James R. Miles .... Professor of Business 

Administration 

Mr. George F. Wheeler .... Professor of Physics 

Mr. William A. Strozier .... Instructor in Languages 



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1. Dr. R.B. dejanes . 
Political Science 

2. Mr. Phillip F. Palmer . 
Political Science 

3. Mr. Edward M. Garrett 

4. Mrs. Ruth E. Lewis . . . 
in Science 

5. Dr. Harry M. Dobson . 
Music Emeritus 



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. . . Instructor of History 
Assistant Professor 

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1. Mrs. Raymonde Hilley .... Instructor in 
French 

2. Dr. Joel S. Dubow .... Assistant Professor of 
Psychology 

3. Dr. Garland Pinholster .... Instructor in 
Education 

4. Mr. Thomas W. Chandler .... Professor of 
the Library 




1. Mrs. Frances ). Ke> .... Instructor in English 

2. Dr. G. Malcolm Amerson . . . Assistant Professor of Biolog>' 
3 iV^r. William A. Egerton .... Professor of Business 

4. Dr. Roy N. Goslin .... Professor of Phvsics and 
Mathematics 

5. Dr. T, Lavon Talley Associate Professor of Education 

6. Dr. Manuel A. Alonso Assistant Professor of Languages 





1. Mr. Wendell H. Brown .... Professor of 
Humanities 

2. Mr. Oliver D. Paul .... Assistant Professor 

in Education and Mathematics 

3. Mr. C. Douglas Alexander .... Business 

Manager 

4. Mrs. Sarah B. Hillerman .... instructor in 

German 




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1. Mrs. Marjorie M. MacConnell . . . Registrar Emeritus 

2. Mrs. Ida Lois Garrett .... Dean of Women, As- 
sistant Professor of History and Sociology 

3. Dr. Martha H. Vardeman .... Associate Professor 
of Sociology 

4. Dr. Robert E. Willard .... Lecturer in Business 

5. Dr. Jack Brien Key .... Associate Professor of 
History 





Mr. Elgin F. MacConnell .... Dean of Men, Son of 
Mrs. Marjorie M. MacConnell, Asst. Prof, of Education 
Miss Sharon Sanders .... Assistant Professor of 
Humanities 

3. Dr. George S. Stern .... Lecturer in Business 

4. Dr. Thomas Key .... Assistant Professor of Biology 

5. Dr. Robert 1. Fusillo .... Associate Professor of English 



1. Dr. Rachel A. McMillen .... Assistant Professor 
in Education 

2. Dr. Sigfreid A. Wurster . . . Asst. Prof, of Psychology 

3. Dr. H. Boyd Israel .... Lecturer in Psychology 

4. Mr. Archie B. Crenshaw .... Instructor in Business 

5. Mrs. Jacqueline T. Haynie .... Instructor in Phys. 
Ed. 

6. Dr. Elizabeth T. Barnhart .... Asst. Prof, of 
Chemistry 




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Ye Ole Rogues' Gallery 

A major part of a yearbook's interest is its interior 
humor. In the 1970 Yamacraw, the goal of pleasing 
the Oglethorpe student has been strived for, and the 
staff trusts that it has been successful. Although the 
Yamacraw staff feels that it has presented an out- 
standing account of the 1969-1970 year, it has been 
hindered so greatly in producing this book that at 
points in the year the production of the Yamacraw 
was almost cancelled. This cancellation almost 
came about due to the fact that the Student Govern- 
ment Association was not given the backing it was 
due by the students of Oglethorpe. Granted, this 
lack of interest on the part of the students was 
mostly financial, but apathy played a large part in 
bringing about the down fall of the 1969-1970 SGA. 
Somehow, the Yamacraw survived all of the demon- 
strations, apathy, and freaks, and was brought to 
life by a responsible staff and a helpful administra- 
tion. As editor of the Yamacraw I would like to 
thank Bill Wolfe of Hunter Publishing Co. for his 
untiring help and understanding, RA and James 
Hunter for their faith, JB of Hunter for his artfull 
guidance, Jimmy Fitts for his moral support and 
photography help. Dr. Ben dejanes for being my 
faculty advisor and dinner companion so many 
times, WQXI-FM for soothing my ears during times 
of pain due to the lack of interest on the part of 
my staff. Dr. Vonk for finding $5,000 to pay off this 
book, Joyce Woodward for making my average day 
at Oglethorpe more unreal, the janitor of the stu- 
dent center building for driving me crazy with that 
blasted hall door, and Lu-Anne for reminding me to 
go to class. Would you believe this year? I don't! . . . 
Ross Henderson, Editor-in-Chief. 




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Congratulations 

Class 

of 

1970 

Spratlin 

Associates 

Inc. 

Land 

Developers 

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Howdy all you Oglethorpe sfudentsi 



Brake away from them there books and hustle on over to 



OLE TEX'S 
FABBULOUS 




RESTERANTS 



Bring this magazine 
and 60C and get one 

of our Famous 

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THE FABBULOUS 7 STEERS Resterants was 
Foundered way back in 1956 AD. on the Forth 
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as a National FHollerday all over Texas & the 
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by Texas to Form the USA of Amernca. 



OLE TEX SAYS... 




Try one of our 

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which is airstrickly U.S. CHOICE (Except 

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Broke Heart (sob!) We got four 

more, but I aint got no more 

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You'll jest hafta cum 
and see fer yerself!! 

if yer wishin' to go to the Skyroom jest take the stationary 
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parkini{ lot across the street. 

But if'n you happin to be going to the Capri some night, 
our Buckhead resterant is right next door. Sorry, no sta- 
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TAURUS 

Strong-Like Bull! 



Life of Virginia 

Congratulates 

the 

Graduating Seniors 

of 
Oglethorpe College 




The world today is looking for men who are not for sale; men who are honest, 
sound from centre to circumference, true to the heart's core; men with con- 
sciences as steady as the needle to the pole; men who will stand for the right 
if the heavens totter and the earth reels; men who can tell the truth and look the 
world right in the eye; 

Men who neither brag nor run; men who neither lag nor flinch; men who can 
have courage without shouting it; men in whom the courage of everlasting life 
runs still, deep and strong; men who know their message and tell it; 

Men who know their place and fill it; men who know their business and attend 
to it; men who will not lie, shirk or dodge; men who are not too lazy to work 
not too proud to be poor; men who are willing to eat what they have earned and 
wear what they have paid for; 

Men who are not ashamed to say "No" with emphasis and who are not 
ashamed to say. "I can't afford it." 

— Author Unknown 



Yeah, yeah, the floor is cool . . .! 




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for flowers that please! 

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FLOWER BASKET 

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Pinetree Plaza 451-6460 

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A National Service Fraternity 

Congratulations 
Class of 1970 

Leadership — 
Friendship — Service 




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Then he slipped me the tongue like this! 




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Compliments Of A Friend 




Say da secret wurd an win uh hundrd dollahs! 



McDaniel Printing Company Inc. 



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Compliments of 

MR. STEVE SCHMIDT 

Class of '40 

DIXIE STAMP 

and 

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if you're interested. Doctor, there's a girl in room 16 of 
acobs Hall! 




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You want me for Homecoming Queen? 



And you say he's about this big? 



The 

Photographers 

Responsible 



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Dave Bruno .... )immy Fisher .... Jim Graves .... Ross Hen- 
derson .... Jerry Maillet .... the people who are late to class 
.... the ones behind the cameras .... the ones in the darkroom 
till 2:00 AM .... the ones looking for perfection .... the ones 
who work for nothing but satisfaction .... the last minute print- 
ing .... the photographers responsible. 

Negatives developed in Microdol-X for optimum contrast .... 

paper developed in L.P.D Agfa Brovira grades 2,3, and 4 

.... Kodak Poly Contrast .... Kodak Plus-X and Tri-X Pan film 



.... Acufine . . 
seler23C-ll . . . 
.... and more. 



. . photo-flo .... indicator stop bath .... Be- 
Durst 606 .... two darkrooms .... super flat 



The cameras .... Leicaflex .... Nikon F Mamiya Secor 

.... stolen? .... Bronica .... lenses from 24mm to 300mm .... 
Yashica-Mat 124 .... Honeywell strobes with overcharged bat- 
teries .... let me use your 135mm lens .... shoot 1000 rolls 
of film in three months. 

1970 Yamacraw .... Hunter Publishing Company .... Bill 
Wolfe, publisher's representative .... 234 pages .... 9x12 .... 
Saxony Enamel paper .... with black ink .... offset LITHO- 
GRAPHY process .... cover photo courtesy Spratlin Associates. 





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Backward 



Yamacraw, 1970 .... a lot of fun but what an absolute pain .... the count- 
less numbers of pictures with their countless numbers of unidentified in- 
dividuals, . . . the photo committee .... oh what a pain in the tail .... you 
will have the picture by tomorrow morning, don't worry .... so its been 
three days— you'll get the pictures .... look, I'll just reshoot it 'cause I can't 
find the negatives .... class pictures .... "and the studio will assure prompt 
delivery on the prints to the Yamacraw" .... do you know what fat chance 
means? .... but what about the individual orders? .... what a pain .... uh, 
thirty-three underclassmen and ten seniors we've lost, sorry .... can I cry 
now? .... club shots .... how do you get in touch with people when there 
are no phones or directories or intercom systems to be found? .... one day 
notice .... that's life .... to the postoffice you clowns — it's almost mid- 
night .... the constant harassment of no money .... from a $10,000 budget 
to an $8,000 budget .... gad .... the task of putting a yearbook together 
with the knowledge that there might not be any book at all ... . Hunter 
Publishing Company— the greatest bunch of guys in the business .... what 
faith .... no Lenny, you can't have a special screen on every page .... 

Bruno bag .... Julie .... Lenny C Charlie .... Janel .... Lu-Anne 

.... Flash .... Judy .... my right hand man Bill Wolfe .... Tina .... 
Susan .... Fisher— Gad, what a year! .... Ross Henderson .... Editor 




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