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He is a tower unleaning. But how will he not break, 
If Heaven assault him with full wind and sleet, 
And what uproar tall trees concumbent make! 

More than a hundred years, more than a hundred feet 
Naked he rears against the cold skies eruptive; 
Only his temporal twigs are unsure of seat, 

And the frail leaves of a season, which are susceptive 

Of the mad humors of wind, and turn and flee 

In panic round the stem on which they are captive. 

Now a certain heart, too young and mortally 
Linked with an unbeliever of bitter blood, 
Observed, as an eminent witness of life, the tree. 

And exulted, wrapped in a phantasy of good: 

"Be the great oak for its long winterings 

Our love's symbol, better than the summer's brood." 



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Homecoming Court 1971 
Miss Evelyn Tobian — first to the queen 
IVliss Sandra Kaplan — second to the queen 
Miss Patty Vaughn — thi rd to the queen 
Miss Meredith Cort — fourth to the queen 
Miss Deborah Malone — fourth to the queen 





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The world is too much with us; late and soon, 
Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers; 
Little we see in Nature that is ours; 
We have given our hearts away, a sordid boon! 
This Sea that bares her bosom to the moon, 
The winds that will be howling at all hours. 
And are up-gathered now like sleeping flowers, 
For this, for ever everything, we are out of tune; 
It moves us not. — Great God! I'd rather be 
A Pagan suckled in a creed outworn; 
So might I, standing on this pleasant lea. 
Have glimpses that would make me less forlorn; 
Have sight of Proteus rising from the sea; 
Or hear old Triton blow his wreathed horn. 



William Wordsworth 








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The brotherhood of man has been lost in the milieu of famine and 
war and pestilence. Each is for his own but now organized to 
I serve their own. Where goals are highest man must strive the 

I harder. When unreachable the demon of corruption subtly 

appears. Appealing to the gods with archaic litanies, the cracks 
of doom spread. Rapidly. Distraught, they are caught in circles of 
Myrdal's making. Fighting to maintain the primacy of man today: 
the ego. Collectivized in the facades of brotherhood's overworked 
cliches, they shall be preserved for the rewards are many — many 
times too many but only age will illustrate the legend. Present 
abuses can lead to reactions from within but is it worthwhile to 
continue the facade — lip service can never impart the love of 
Damian and Phythias. The brotherhood of man has been lost in 
the milieu of famine and war and pestilence. Each is for his own 
but now organized to serve their own. Where goals are highest 
man must strive the harder. When unreachable the demon of cor- 
ruption subtly appears. Appealing to the gods with archaic 
litanies, the cracks of doom spread. Rapidly. Distraught, they are 
caught in circles of Myrdal's making. Fighting to maintain the 
primacy of man today: the ego. Collectivized in the facades of 
brotherhood's overworked cliches, they shall be preserved for the 
rewards are many — many times too many but only age will 
illustrate the legend. Present abuses can lead to reactions from 
within but is it worthwhile to continue the facade — lip service can 
never impart the love of Damian and Phythias. The brotherhood of 
man has been lost in the milieu of famine and war and pestilence. 
Each is for his own but now organized to serve their own. Where 
goals are highest man must strive the harder. When unreachable 
the demon of corruption subtly appears. Appealing to the gods 
with archaic litanies, the cracks of doom spread. Rapidly. 
Distraught, they are caught in circles of Myrdal's making. Fighting 
to maintain the primacy of man today: the ego. Collectivized in 
the facades of brotherhood's overworked cliches, they shall be 
preserved for the rewards are many — many times too many but 
only age will illustrate the legend. Present abuses can lead to re- 
actions from within but is it worthwhile to continue the facade — 
lip service can never impart the love of Damian and Phythias. The 
brotherhood of man has been lost in the milieu of famine and war 
and pestilence. Each is for his own but now organized to serve 




Marcia Gonzalez — KA representative 

Linda Shell<off — A<t>E representative 

Lynn Wolffe — President 

Paula Noe — xn representative 



Jody Weston — A<t>E representative 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



Mille Pryles — Vice President 



A4>E 



Evelyn Tobian, Jo Ellen Kay, Suzanne Rotwein, Laura Chaney, 
Martha Rogol, Harriet Kohn 



Barbara Trager, De Cunningham, Jody Weston, Sherrle Kendall, 



Leslie Tally, Ginnie Blank, Robin Pomerantz 



Joanne Egalka, Carol Thomas, Lynda Shelkoff, Sharon 
Rosenblum 



Janet Hausmann (Pres.), Alyse Greenbaum, Susan Cohen, Lynn Wolffe, Leslie Laden, Robin Moskowitz, Marilyn Shinasi 




KA 




Candy Craine, Linda Cline, Margret Brice, Jo Anne Hubbard (Pres.), Ann Cheek, Ellouise James, Georgia 
Pendery 



Debbie Maione 
Beth Watkins 
Linda Carroll 
Pat Harnage 
Kathy Guthrie 
Susan Woodson 
Marjorie Collins 



Marcia Gonzales 
Diana Arthur 
Mimi Hobbs 
Kathy Pozey 
Chris Wurster 
Janet Miller 
Pam Moseley 



Joanne Salesky, Juanita Springfield, Nancy Carter, Colleen Kelsey, Pam Dixon, Mary Ezzell 



Marguerite Bailey (Pres.) 

Beth Earman, Elizabeth Poston, Lorraine DeCola, Donna Day, Mary Pruitt, Nancy Wilson 
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Lee Buffington, Fluffy McDuffie, Julie Lewis, Pam White, Patricia Sprano 
Mary Crockett 

Maureen Clark 

Paula Noe, Rose Marie Perez, Betty Carter, Paula Stapp, Valerie Townsend, Millie Pryles 

Cheryl Lovelace, Lorrie Hewes, Mary-Phyllis Dolcimoscolo, Nancy Sturman, Fredricka Carter 

Karen Campbell 
Debra Heavilon, Sandy Davis, Karen Morrow 




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Barry Brody — President 

Mike Belle Isle— xorepresentative, David Cooper— *Arepresentative, Rich- 
ard Agel — representative 



Mark Scavron — AEN representative, Sam Obsharsky — BNrepresentative, Richard 
Savage — EAM representative 



Jerel Rush — Secretary, Jim Ewing—<t>A representative 



NTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



Arthur Bourrghs 

Richard Epstein, Kip Chamberlain, George Snyder, Rollin Beutei, Don Jackson 
Mike Israelite (Pres.), Gene Minoque, Fred Denisco, Bill Rosenberg, Mike Kay 

Gene Seville, Bob Whitehead 



AEH 




BN 




James Pendergraph, Tom Rivello, Jeff Bailey, Chip Sheppard, John Ball, Eugene Spense 



Franklin Baggett, David Steele, Stephen Doran, Jay Kyser, Ted Grose, John Speese 



Robert Amick, Helen Byrd (Rose), Charles Sullivan (Pres.), Eugene Traub 



Jay Kelly, Chuck Hutto, Robert Greene, Ed Mulligan, Mark Erskin 



Gene Perry (Pres.), Mark Sessa, John Irwin, Roy Rutlenberg 



Marvin Arlitz, Paul Zimmerman, Jon Chernin, Elliot Bodner, Randy Adier, Allen Goldstein, Eddie Spitzberg, Kenny Riffkin 



Joyce Blank, Rich Savage, Lynn Wolffe, Allen Klaus, Stick Gilbert, Dave Harris, Evelyn Tobian 

Billy Paterna, Jerel Rush, Sam Friedman, Dave Chernin, Bill Anthony, Jeff Riffkin, Judy Salenfriend, Alfie Martabano, John 
Rorer 



Fred Cox, Rich Atherton, Bruce Hanft, Mike McKenna, Phil Netto 



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Mike Higgins, Jay Steele, Jerry Maillet 
Barry Kramer, Ron Ost, Arnie Katterman, Bob Wagner, Ronnie Barret 

Gary Williams, Brad Webber, Tom Treglia 

David Hegyi, ChrisWhitney, Clyde Tallent, Gary Spillan 
Garry Busch, Chris Eckert, Harvey Buek, Jeff Miller, Jim Ewing, David Cooper (Pres.), Gordon Anderson, Harris Clark 

Willie Stettinus 
Kenny Roberts, Ed Wilbur, John Harvey 

Steve Axelberg, Jeff Lupkin, Steve May, Scott Sommer 
Robin Robertson, Cammy Ailing, Paula Stapp, Jacquelyn Swift, Patty Vaughn 





X<P 



Scott Benham, Jim Gray, Bob Staffiera, Cliff Prior 
Bryant Gargiulo, John Fittipaldi, Lee Falk, Rick Hall, Neil Tofsky, Chris Baumgartner 

Johl Rotman, Tom Crawford, Doug Amick (Pres.), Kevin Mende 
Bruce Nussbaum, Lance Cohen, David Karaffa 

Al Chonto, Tony Lakis, Sport Higgingotham, Kurt Phillips, Mike Belle Isle 
Ellouise James, Debbie Buchanan, Diana Bartnett, Lorrie Hewes, Mimi Hobbs 
Jack McGeady, Ken Dare, Ken Raker, Bruce Edmund, Eddie Walker, Glenn Goldenhorn 

Barry Brody, Ken Lederman, Rick Agel 
Richard Green, Lorin Greenlein, Bubba Batey, Larry Langston, Mike Levin, Dave Ruchin 

Jeff Bridges, Jeff Stone 



Katie Adams — Senior Representative 

Don Bornstein — Junior Representative 

John Fittipaldi — Treasurer 

Bruce Hanft — Sophomore Representative 

Eugene Perry — President 

Kenneth Riffkin — Freshman Representative 

Evelyn Toblan — Secretary 

Rex Yoder — Vice President 





Claudio Beninca-Cima 
Garry Bowden 
Mary Ezzell 
Shannon Jones 



Robert Kuzner 
Dr. Ken Nishimura 
Dan Reed 
David Rutherfurd 



Dr. Roy Goslin 

Joanne Hubbard 

Robert Koff 

Georgia Pendery 

Judy Salenfriend 





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Karen Campbell 

De Cunningham 

Paula Noe 

Eugene Perry 

Judy Salenfriend-chairman 

Chip Sheppard 

Evelyn Tobian 



Thomas Cioffi 
Fred Denisco 
Ed Mulligan 
Parker Risley 




Katie Adams 
Robert Allen 
Diana Arthur 
Judith Draisen 
Helen Farley 
Suzy Feldman 
Jackie Franklin 
Sandi Grossman 
Etta Lou Hanken 
Natalie Harris 
Janet Hausmann 
Joanne Hubbard 
Lou Ellen Jenkins 
Sue Landrum 
Ellis Owens 
Mary Reed 
Mark Samson 
Jacquelyn Self 
Dr. Lavon Talley 




David Bruno 
David Chernin 
Jonathan Chernii 
Hovi^ard Gould 



Jim Graves 
Robert Koff 
Alan Weatherup 




Arthur Brown 
Claudio Benica-Cima 
Brad Hester 






John Ball 
John Fittipaldi 
Lewis Glenn 
William Hogan 
Paul Hudson 



Joseph L. Mascato 
Tony Meyer 
Kenneth Raker 
Charles Sullivan 
Michael Yarbrough 



Helen Byrd 
Anne Cheek 
Marjorie Collins 
Jackie Franklin 
Etta Lou Hanken 



Natalie Harris 
Joanne Hubbard 
Smyly Jones 
Georgia Pendery 
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Arthur Brown 

Thomas M. Cassidy — Editor 

Brian Fischer 

Steve Friedman 

Steve Myers 

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Nina Woldman 



THE STORMY PETREL 



Leonard J. Guidone 

Editor-in-chief 
Debra Heavilon 

Associate editor 
W. James Futterman 

Student Life Editor 
Tina Gordon 

Classes Editor 
James J. Fisher 

Photography Editor 
Julie O'Brient 

Faculty Editor 
J. Rick Agel 

Sports Editor 




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to chisel, to sculpt. 

to make the block a man. 




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The brunt of the jokes. The source 
of our failures. The setters of 
standards so few can meet. The 
facilatators of condensed infinity 
— the hopes of mankind shall for- 
ever repose with these, so small 
in numbers, so small in acclaim, 
so magnificent in loving and 
kindness. The faculty. Beset with 
limitations of self and society they 
persevere. Their patience is seen 
as expediency, while the best are 
disillusioned and continue with 
ideals, far and away the better 
than much lesser men, they 
continue. Impetus is given the 
pupil in subtle manner few can 
detect. But yes, oh yes, the so 
subtle scholars hope and form the 
figurine of tomorrow. But they 
never hear the thanks for efforts 
and wishes they will die 
unnoticed. So is the condition 
when professors must worry of 
common causes they must be 
raised but who shall see it? Their 
humanity is challenged but their 
lives are sold, their very souls 
thrown open. For who? For you. 
The brunt of the jokes. The source 
of our failures. The setters of 
standards so few can meet. The 
facilitators of condensed infinity 
— the hopes of mankind shall for- 
ever repose with these, so small 
in numbers, so small in acclaim, 
so magnificent in loving and 
kindness. The faculty. Beset with 
limitations of self and society they 
persevere. Their patience is seen 
as expediency, while the best are 
disillusioned and continue with 
ideals, far and away the better 
than much lesser men, they 
continue. Impetus is given the 
pupil in subtle manner few can 




President Paul Kenneth V 




Dr. G. Malcolm Amerson 
— Dean of Academics 



Mr. Elgin F. MacConnell 
— Dean of Students 




Mr. G. Douglas Alexander — Director of Development 



Mrs. Suzanne Rogers — Dean of Worn 





Mr. Thomas W. Chandler — Librarian Mrs. Dorothy Richardson — Assistant to the Librarian 




Mrs. Marjorie M. MacConnell — Registrar Emeritus 



Dr. Roy N. Goslin — Dean of Admissions, Professor of Phys- 
ics and Mathematics 





Dr. Robert Ben de Janes — Associate 
Professor of Political Science 



Dr. David N. Thomas — Associate 
Professor of History 




Mr. Leo Bilancio — Associate Professor of History 






Mrs. Ann Morris Powell — Instructor of Mathmati 



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Mr. James R. Miles — Professor of Business 







Mrs. Sarah B. Hillerman — Instructor of German 




Rev. Fitzhugh Legerton — Instructor of 
Religion 




Dr. Harry N. Dobson — Professor Emeritus of Music 



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Dr. Ken Nishimura — Associate Professor of Philosophy 



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Miss Sharon Sanders — Assistant Professor of 
English 





Dr. Joel S. Dubow — Assistant Professor of Psy- 
chology 



Dr. T. Lavon Talley — Associate Professor of 
Education 





Mrs. Betty Waters — Instructor of Elementary Education 





Dr. Martha H. Vardeman — Associate 
Professor of Sociology 



Mrs. Idalee Vonk — Instructor of Education 




Mr. Thomas Norwood — Instructor of Physical Educa- 
tion 



Dr. Siegfried A. Wurster — Assistant Professor of Psy- 
chology 




Arbitrary designations ease 
the manipulation of quantity. 
Quantity of what? Of individu- 
als; varied in infinite diversity. 
Achievements measured in 
standardized scores. To be 
classified for the divisions of 
status attachments. 
Meaningless but utmost goals 
topped by a desire, instinctual 
desire to achieve the ac- 
knowledged values — the sole 
support is knowledge 
irregardless of the class or 
status but as man seeks out 
man to know, to love to satisfy 
himself with another's warmth 
and guidance. To be taught 
without loss of identity but 
knowing his present loss will 
be a future gained. Arbitrary 
designations ease the manip- 
ulation of quantity. Quantity of 
what? Of individuals; varied in 
infinite diversity. Achieve- 
ments measured in standard- 
ized scores. To be classified 
for the divisions of status 
attachments. Meaningless but 
utmost goals topped by a 
desire, instinctual desire to 
achieve the acknowledged 
values — the sole support is 
knowledge irregardless of the 
class or status but as man 
seeks out man to know, to 
love to satisfy himself with 
another's warmth and guid- 
ance. To be taught without 
loss of identity but knowing 
his present loss will be a 
future gained. Arbitrary desig- 
nations ease the manipulation 
of quantity. Quantity of what? 
Of individuals; varied in infi- 
nite diversity. Achievements 
measured in standardized 
scores. To be classified for 
the divisions of status 
attachments. Meaningless but 




John Blekas 



Elliot J. Bodner 



Barry A. Brody 




David N. Cooper 



Gerard A. Daniel 



Kenneth R. Dare 




Rolfe H. Engert 



George R. Fannon 



Helen K. Farley 




James L. Glenn 



Allen M. Goldstein 



Sandi E. Grossman 




Jack B. Hoffman 



Randi L. Holmes 



Joanne E. Hubbard 




Robert A. Koff 



Robert A. Kuzner, Jr. 




Michael Liberman 



Tia M. Lipman 




Timothy J. McDowell Edward J. McGuire 



Myrna E. Mershon 




Joseph A. Meyer, Jr. 



Karen Morrow 



Joseph L. Moscato, Jr. 







Charles A. Nelson 



Mitchell J. Newmark 



Julie A. O'Brient 




John B. Rogers 



Jerel F. Rush 




Doris C. Simmons 



Juanita L. Springfield 




Cans. Volk 



Jeffrey D. Walfish 



Drew A. Weinroth 




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D. Rex Yoder 



Fred S. York 



Paul J. Zimmerman 





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William J. Anthony Douglas Avren Jeffrey B, Bailey Ursula B. Bailey Richard Barnett 

Toni S. Bates 




Claudio Beninca-Cima Bob T. Berger Sherry R. Berger Paul A. Bernier Lauren K. Billingsley 




Garrett R. Bowden Charlotte Brooks Cindy S. Brooks 




Arthur Burroughs John W. Cadle III Harry L. Cahn Karen Campbell Vincent R. Cardinale 



Daniel p. Collins Edward C. Conrad Violet Meredith Cort Fredrick B, Cox Thomas L. Crawford 




John S. Doran Loretta J. Dougherty Debbie D. Downs Judith B. Draisen James E 




Gail C. Dubow William R. Dumas, Jr. David Jay Eagle Beth Earman Christopher L Eckert 




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Mary F. Ezzell 



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Byron F. Feinberg 



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Lois A. Finkel Michael G. Fish James J. Fisher Shelley B. Fraden William J, Futterman 




Tina L. Gordon Alan J. Gottheim Sandra E. Gottlieb James W.Gray Alyse R. Greenbaum 



David R. Greenbaum Karen L. Greenberg Mark I. Gross Leonard J. Guidone Kathy M. Guthrie 




Susan C. Haber Elizabeth F. Hall Janice K. Haney Etta Lou Hanken Patricia A. Harnage 




David C. Holmes Allen P. Huntington Steven C. Ingham Gerald H. Ingram 




Ellouise James Gary W. Jansen Deborah S. Jobe Willard R. Johnson Ronald N. Jones 




Harriet M. Kohn Marcia A. Kraemer Tom S. Krefetz Charles F. Kucher Ellen H. Kuniansky 




Jay J. Kyser 



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Steven W. Levinsky Julie L. Lewis John D. Long Cheryl L. Lovelace Robert C. Lyons 




Kathleen D. McNeal Marilyn A. McNeal Steve L. Merchant 



Rowina R. Monteiro Pamela H. Moseley 




Jill R. Orns Richard K. Paradies Richard J. Payne James B. Pendergraph Rose M. Perez 




Rhonda E. Portnoy Kathie K.F. Posey Elizabeth Poston Allan P. Potera C. Scott Poxt 




Mary F. Reed Edward S. Reinstein Jerrold S. Resnick Paul C. Revock James O. Reynolds 



John Rhodes 



Linda D. Richter Kenneth E. Riffkin 




Life can be anything you want it to be; 
A laughing smile, a blue wave, a 
beautiful child 

See — its all yours, take it and run; 
But, smile, be happy, and love every- 
one. 



John Davis Rorer Sharon S. Rosenblum John M, Rothberg Suzanne Rotwein 




Jay F. Rutledge Roy R. Ruttenberg Gail P. Ryman 




Eugene E. Sakos, Jr. 







Judy L. Salenfriend JoAnn M. Salesky Rico J. Sammarco 

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Marc Scavron 




Terry Schell 



Gary R Schiegner Marilyn E Schinasi Pamela F. Schnell Laura J. Schwitters 




Jonathan B. Shampain Alan J Sharf Lester M Sharpton Lynda H. Shelkoff Richard N. Shuiimson 

Daryl T. Siegel Kim L Siegler John A Simms James M. Simon Larry A. Skorman 









A. Frank Smith George W. Snyder Ross S. Sommer Eugene D. Spence Edward M. Spitzberg 




Nicholas E. Stone Brian Streidel William B. Strickland Nancy J. Sturman Clyde A. Tallent 




Vicky S. Watts Alan E. Weatherup 



James A. Welsh 



Jody R. Weston 



Pamella L. White 





Paulette E. White Christopher Whitney Ed L. Wilbei 



Dan S. Wilkins Patricia A. Williams 




Classified, delineated organizations with far flung goals hinged on 
the scoreboard. The score. The score. All important to score. Talk of 
strategy overshadows the hidden goals of the score. But behind the 
event is the sweat of rehearsals in perpetuity. Records of pasts are 
read and reviewed, round robin recollections recalled with well worn 
reminiscence. But the game is won, is lost, is gone but the score 
remains. Practice all night for the eternity of seconds drops away 
wasted inside of the score. Numerical nonsense is the absurdity al- 
ready. They will die for the hopes and failures of cold-blooded old 
men living out youthful dreams but sedentary modernity has sapped 
their lives; cheer them on but what for is a life lost in the struggle for 
the score. Classified, delineated organizations with far flung goals 
hinged on the scoreboard. The score. The score. All important to 
score. Talk of strategy overshadows the hidden goals of the score. 
But behind the event is the sweat of rehearsals in perpetuity. Records 
of pasts are read and reviewed, round robin recollections recalled 
with well worn reminiscence. But the game is won, is lost, is gone but 
the score remains. Practice all night for the eternity of seconds drops 
away wasted inside of the score. Numerical nonsense is the absurdity 
already. They will die for the hopes and failures of cold-blooded old 
men living out youthful dreams but sedentary modernity has sapped 
their lives; cheer them on but what for is a life lost in the struggle for 
the score. Classified, delineated organizations with far flung goals 
hinged on the scoreboard. The score. The score. All important to 
score. Talk of strategy overshadows the hidden goals of the score. 
But behind the event is the sweat of rehearsals in perpetuity. Records 
of pasts are read and reviewed, round robin recollections recalled 
with well worn reminiscence. But the game is won, is lost, is gone but 








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Emory at Oxford 3 
St. Bernard 5 
Georgia State 9 
Atlanta Baptist 
St. Bernard 12 
Atlanta Baptist 3 
Dekalb College 3 
Emory 7 

Emory at Oxford 1 
Georgia State 4 



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horter 68 
West Georgia 57 
Clark 62 
Southern Tech 89 
Valdosta 69 
Southern Tech 103 
Wofford 60 
Spring Hill 50 
Georgia State 64 
Mercer 69 
Shorter 73 
Georgia Southern 63 
Georgia State 52 
Tenn. State 82 



Oglethorpe 8 


Georgetown 84 


Oglethorpe 


Spring Hill 88 


Oglethorpe 1 


Valdosta 61 


Oglethorpe 1 


West Florida 110 


Oglethorpe 1 


West Georgia 63 


Oglethorpe 6 


Georgia Southern 101 


Oglethorpe 4 


Tenn State 7 


Oglethorpe 2 


West Florida 80 


Oglethorpe 3 


Chattanooga 90 


Oglethorpe 1 






BASEBALL 


Oglethorpe 82 


(Marietta (Ohio) 3^^^^ 


Oglethorpe 56 


Marietta (Ohio) 4 ^^ 


Oglethorpe 60 


University of Kentucky 10' 


Oglethorpe 85 


Cleveland (Ohio) 4 


Oglethorpe 68 


Cleveland (OhioJ 5 


Oglethorpe 90 


Cleveland (Ohio) 6 


Oglethorpe 58 


Cleveland (Ohio) 7 '^ 


Oglethorpe 72 


Georgia State 3 -' 


Oglethorpe 77 


Georgia Stat© 4 


Oglethrorpe 70 


Georgia State 2 


OgliBthorpe 65 


Atlanta Baptist 7 


Oglethorpe 64 


Atlanta Baptist 5 


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How nature and time helped an artist create a masterpiece 




Roinlsh-Germantsches Museum. Cologne, 



Fashioned sometime during the period 
of the Middle or Later Roman Empire, the 
soft sheen of this perfume flask is an 
accident of time — its glowing quality the 
result of more than fifteen hundred years 
of aging. Its design, however, is a deliberate 
— and successful — work of art. Like so 
many artists before and since, its maker 
turned to nature in search of a decorative 
motif. Inspired by the gentle curves and 
graceful simplicity of the scallop shell, 
he created a masterpiece in glass. 



Scientists, too. turn to nature for 
inspiration, for it is their task to equate the 
offerings of nature with the things man 
can use. At Shell, hundreds of scientists — 
inspired by one of nature's most versatile 
natural resources, petroleum — are engaged 
in turning ideas into substances useful 
to man. This imaginative research results in 
products that perform better, last longer 
and cost less. Millions know these 
petroleum and chemical products by 
the sign of the familiar shell. 




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Woody Hoblitzell 
Arnie Katterman 
Richard Payne 
Cliff Prior 
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

Dedicated to the very few people who have helped 
me this past year "1970-1971." A look at last year 
as compared to this year — accomplishment through 
reconstruction. Unified students through the 
Student Association is the key to success. 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1971 



Eugene W. Perry . . . President 
Douglas (Rex) Yoder , . . Vice-President 
John J. Fittipaldi . . . Treasurer 
Evelyn T. Tobian . . . Secretary 
Richard Payne . . . Parliamentarian 
Katherine Adams . . . Senior Representative 
Donald Bornstein . . . Junior Representative 
Bruce Hanft . . . Sophomore Representative 
Kenneth Riffkin . . . Freshman Representative 




ALPHA EPSILON PI FRATERNITY 



Compliments 

of 

Interfraternity 

Council 



DEDICATED TO THE FOUNDING FATHERS OF 
GAMMA ALPHA CHAPTER, SIGMA ALPHA MU 
FRATERNITY 

Marvin Arlitz 
Elliot Bodner 
Joel Cardonick 
Samuel Friedman 
Alan Goldstein 
Marty Liberman 
MikeLiberman 
Jack Lube 
Robert Mautner 
Eugene Perry 
Jerel Rush 
Richard Savage 
Andrew Weiss 



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THE ATLANTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 




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Real life callslor real taste. 
For the taste of your life -Coca-Cola. 





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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 consciences 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 
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must live. 

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Then every man of every clime, 
That prays in his distress, 
Prays to the human form divine 
Love, Mercy, Pity, Peace. 

Leonard J. Guidone 
editor-in-chief 



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Cover Credit . . .Jim Fitts 
Cover Manufacturer . . . Kingscraft Covers 
Lithography. . . Hunter Publishing Co. 
Professional Portraits ... 

John Morgan Studios 
Female Section Photography . . . 

Ross Henderson 
Paperstock . . . Warren Matt Finish 
Publisher's Representative . . . 

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