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Full text of "Yamacraw, 1983"

This winged horse, Pegasus, is on the ironwork on the gates of Her- 
mance Stadium. 

As Pegasus represented immortality for the Romans, it represents to 
us the undying spirit of Oglethorpe University. 




1983 
YAMACRAW 

Stop. Take a look around. The key 
word here is "look." That's what this 
book was created for. You'll remember 
that, in the past, we tended to place a lot 
of emphasis on the printed word. There's 
nothing wrong with that idea, but this 
time around we've decided to do things a 
little differently. When you think back 
to your time at Oglethorpe — and sooner 
or later, you're likely to — it's not words 
you'll be thinking of, no matter what 
your English professor might tell you. 
You'll think, instead, of the people you 
knew and the things you saw every 
morning on your way to class. You'll 
think of the buildings and the way the 
classrooms looked. 

Those are the things you'll be remem- 
bering, and those are the things we'll be 
showing you in these pages. Here are the 
thousand and two images that grow out 
of a year at O.U. — the .activities, the 
clubs and inductions, the professors, the 
administrators, the bewildering variety 
of students. We chose to present them 
this way because we believe that a pic- 
ture speaks more directly and eloquently 
than copy like this ever can and because 
we believe the pictures here need no ex- 
planation. See for yourself. 




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Freshman Class President; Sandra Lynch, Secretary; Dan Duncanson, Treasurer; Cindy Larbig, Junior Class 
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Dunham, Debbie Morgan, Kevin Kincheloe, John Marshall (third row) Dr. Pattillo, Paul Gandolfo, Dr. Stevens, Dean Thames, Dean Waldner, Dr. 
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(front row) Jim Kelley, Kevin Kincheloe, John 

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(front row) Sandra Lynch, Donna Monroe, Tim Bates (second row) Melanie 

Warrender, Melissa Blake, Laura Fowler (third row) Seretha Masdon, Mia 

Wadopian, Lyn Hetherington, Mike McCracken, Chris Jaquette, Julie Burnett, 

Dr. Weiss, Mike Rathjens, Ross Marcum, Kevin Kincheloe, (fourth row) Anne 

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(first row) Dr. Cramer, Anne Sams (second row) Dr. Schadler, Michelle Fryer, Jill Sims, Jay Floyd, Seretha Masdon, Lotti Geissendorfer, 
Barbara Mitchell, Tom Crawford, John Crowe (third row) Dr. Aufderheide, Dan Duncanson, Dave Sanders, Buck Bohac, Scott Faith, 
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(front row) Dr. Brightman. Melanie Warrender, Allan Jackson (second 
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(from row) Allan Jackson, Nicki Brown. Theresa Long. Julie Marlowe. Melissa 
Warrender, Cindy Craven, Melanie Warrender, Mary Carol Geddis, Dr. Brightman 




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MERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 




(front row) Eli Terzidis, Buck Bohac, Georgia Herring, Scott Haynes, Scott Faith, Bill Sharpe (second row) Trina 
Crowder, Jay Floyd, Sue Bamford, Stacy Bronstein, Mike Rathjens (third row) Dan Duncanson, Dr. Wolf, Dr. 
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(front row) Linda Barkis, Anne Atkinson, Shelley Dunham, Bill Tanner (second row) 
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(front row) Nell Somers, Ann Rand, Sheba Romero, Donna Rothstein, Marty Paterson, Dr. Ann 
Wheeler (second row) LeAnn Cox, Dr. Louise Valine, Michelle Fryer, Paul Gandolfo 



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(left to right) Eileen Murphy, Jim Burk, Karl Hall, Paul Swanson, Richard Williams, Tony Petty, Dr. Paul Hudson, 
Wade Roach, Cindy Larbig. 



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Linda Dykes, Dr. Barbara Clark, Yvonne Mapp, Gini StanTield, Anne Kohl, Charlotte Christian, Vickie Moore 



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ELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES 




(front row) Mike Wylie, Steve Oliphant. Shelley Dunham, Brian Sass, Jay Vanderhorst (back row) John Shellnut, 
Roger Brooksbank, Sheila Johnson, John Marshal 



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(front row) Kenny Gould, Dave Gerhardt, Roger Brooksbank, Jay Vanderhorst, Brian Sass, John Shellnut, Steve Oliphant, Billy Bryant (back 
row) Mike Wylie, John Marshall, Eric Drick, Scott Price, Rob Bogus, Shelley Dunham, Sheila Johnson 



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(front row) Martha McClendon, Janice Marshall, Tony D'Agostino, Gina Sacer, Pamela Adams, Ralph Gunn (second 
row) Robin Porter. Diane Dubay. Charlotte Toya, Sunny White, Angela Wilson, Tammy Prance (third row) Jay Floyd, 
Tom Crawford, Dr. Monte Wolf, Jill Schimack, Ricardo Carvalho. Kenton Boggs. Doug Dubay. Steven Bigelow (back row) 
Casey Chosewood, Robin Bishop. Phil Deal. Steve Oliphant. Rob Buck. John Crowe. Richard Williams 



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Doug Dubay. Cathy Gay, Marshall Nason, Jim Nesbitt, 
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(front row) Susan Johnson. Sheila Johnson, Jervett Nunn, Mike Lillard, 
Dylon Grant. Kevin Hall (second row) Osagie Uzzi, Jenny Thompson, 
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(from row) Jay Floyd, Seretha Masdon, Trina Crowder, Mike Powers, Laura Fowler, Lotti Geissendbrfer, Nan Loftis, 
Janis Marshall, Karen McAmis, Sue McCue, Stephanie Staples, Meg Weiland (second row) Rob Buck, Carolyn Nowell, 
Diana Hill, Anne Kohl, Peter Sheinberg, Paul Gandolfo, Terry Roberts, Melanie Davison, Mona Buck 



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(front row) Sandra Lynch, Lisa Paige, Larry Frank, Kim Morrison, Michelle Pitts, Margaret Meyer, Debbie 
Bryan (second row) Sherry Rosen, Rene Byland, Mike Powers, Reg Frye, Milene Schott, Debbie Morgan, 
LeAnne Cox (third row) Bill Sharp, Scott Zaggragen, Scott Haynes, Marc Bell, Kevin Bradley, Eilam Isaak, 
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Lisa Paige, Sandra Lynch, Debbie Morgan, Debbie Bryan, Milene Schott, Kim Morri- 
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Mike Powers, Paul Sykes, Bill Yow, Scott Faith, Dave 
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(front row) Cece Crandall. Jackie Lieberman, Sam Barghouti, Susan Rosenfeld, Laura Bell, Sharon Slotnick, Jennifer Francik, Cathy Steiner, 
Terry Eisenman (second row) Irma Alvarez, Howard Gelb, Carolyn Rapp, Roger Katz, Barbara Guralnick, Alicia Bullard, Sara Stout, Linda 
Barkis, Kelly Marshall, Lyn Stelle, Lil Klein 




(front row) Viana Faile. Dawn Sonsini, Margie Vaught, Nell Somers, Cathy Isiminger (second row) Alyssa Pittman, Debbie Morgan. 
Darlene Carnes, Lisa Paige, Donna NeSmith. Stephanie Kennedy, Judi Damiano, Jill Sims (third row) Gwen Smith, Julie Quickmire, 
Vanessa Chandler, Dominique Daniel, Lisa Marie Mitchell, Sandra Lynch, Lise Shade, Shelley Dunham, Kclli Hictt. Ann Montanaro, Kim 
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(front row) Andrew Richardson, Mike Voeltz, Chris Jaquette, Tripper Conlclin, Erick Drick, Brian Cullen (second row) Steve Larbig, Walter 
Thompson, Andy Goldstein, Larry Pond, Mike Sheridan, Greg Garson, Andrew Nash, Jim Marks, Charlie Stillivan 




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(first row) Sam Barghouti, Hope Waldman (second row) Cathy Gay, Melissa Warden, Terry Eisenman, Sarah Ann LeCraw (third row) Ed Madonna, 
Lawrence Hoffman, Scott Soloway, Ray Lucas, D.J. Treas (fourth row) Henry Hocker, Jim Mitchell, Thair Hanaway, Ross Lipman, John Crowe, Jan 
Urlings, Mike Tiplinsky (back row) Ralph Beard, Joe Oesterle, Bob Balkam, Pete Fowler, Todd Wile, Brett Price 




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(front row) Erica Simpson. Diane Flatley, Nell Somers, Lisa Cascioli, Lisa Mitchell, Dominique Daniel, Judi Damiano (second row) Eddie Harper, Bill 
Meyers, Richard Schwartz, Mike Steele, Ron Policella, Chappy McKay, Mike Pedone, Jeff Petrce, Scott Mordue, Howard Barr, John Schattenfield, 
Sam Cranley (third row) Chuck Allen, Drew McNally, Rob Joseph, Joey Damiano, Tony Murphy, Scott Einbinder, Mike Browlett, Tim Rey, John 
Rawls, Karl Hall. Paul Swanson (fourth row) Bud Granger, Jim Nutt 



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(front row) Melanie Warrender, Cathy Brown, Teresa Long, Nicki Brown, Gina Daves, Stephanie Kennedy, Kim Morrison, Terri Peters, Robin 
Rose (second row) Bill Tanner, Jon Spanier, Chris Jaquette, Mia Wadopian, Laura Fowler, Glenn Prescott, Steve Stratton, Trina Crowder, Ross 
Marcum, Dr. Victoria Weiss, Mike Rathjens, Linda Barkis, Judy Hunt, Dan Duncanson, Dean Foreman (third row) John Wilson, Julie Burnett, 
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(front row) Kelly Futch, Darlene Carries, Kim Morrison, Elena Franco, Kim Hunnicutt, Deborah Chessler, Julie Quickmire, Rene Sims, Kathryn 
Castana (second row) Ann Kohl, Gina Sacer, Diane Dubay, Charlotte Toya, April Nunn, Lisa Hatcher, Louisa Lambert, Barbara Mitchell, Susan 
Johnson, Teri Roach (third row) Ray Lucas, Rob Boggus, Phil Deal, Jeffrey Petree, Doug Dubay, Angie McKeehan, John Crowe, Maureen Rowe, 
Casey Chosewood, Trina Crowder 



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Editor-in-chief 

Adivors 

News Editor 

Assistant News Editor 

Features Editor 

Assistant Features Editor 

Chief Editorialist 

Assistant Chief Editorialist 

Men's Sports Editor 

Women's Sports Editor 

Photography Editor 

Contributing Editors 

Greek Affairs Editor 

OSA/Calendar Editor 

Layout Artists 

Business Manager 
Advertising Manager 
Secretarial Supervisor 



Kevin Kincheloe 

Ann McGinn, Randy Smith 

Brian C. Baker 

Terri Peters 

James M. Leggat 

Julie Marlowe 

Ann Montanaro 

Tim Bates 

Richard Williams 

Michelle Fryer 

Laura Anne Riley 

Debbie Morgan 

Valerie Hall 

Sandra Lynch 

Cindy Larbig 

Anne Atkinson, Nicki 

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STAFF: Sue Bamford, M.C. Buck, Casey Chosewood, Lisa 
Falkowski, Dean Foreman, Paul Gandolfo, Scott Haney, 
Larry Henson, Allan Jackson, Rod Johnson, Howard Jones, 
Steve Katze, Jim Kelley, Joan F. Kelley, Seretha Masden, 
Maureen Murphy, Robin Rose, Richard Schwartz, Laura 
iTritten, Melanie Warrender, John Wilson 




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Editor-in-Chief 

Assistant Editor 

Photography Editor 

Asst. Photo. Editors 

Organizations Editor 

Sports Editor 

Faculty Editor 

Class Editor 

Business Manager 

Promotions Manager 



Staff: Kathleen Ahearn, Sue Bamford, Linda Bar- 
kis, Jane Bilancio, Robin Bishop, Diane Dubay, 
Scott Faith, Lisa Falkowski, Larry Frank, Reg 
Frye, Cathy Gay, Lotti Geisendorfer, Mike Heij- 
meijer, Allan Jackson, Kevin Kincheloe, Sandra 
Lynch, Seretha Masdon, Kun No, Laura Ann Ri- 
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ISS YAMACRAW 



The Yamacraw would like the extend a sincere thank 
you to Capt'n Dave Foulk, Dean Thames, Carol John- 
ston, and Terry Tribbet the judges for this year's pag- 
eant. — Ed. 





Emcees Scott Faith and Bill Tanner 



clockwise from left: Stephanie Staples, first runner up; Nicki 
Brown, second runner up; Sandra Lynch, third runner up; Shelly 
Dunham, Miss Yamacraw 



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the Players; Anne Sams, sponsored by A.C.S. and Sigma Zeta; Nicki Brown, sponsored by O.D.K.; Stephanie Staples, sponsored by A. P.O.; Gini 
Stanfield, sponsered by the Accounting Club; Kim Morrison, sponsored by RUDD; Donna Monroe, sponsored by the B.S.C.; Shelley Dunham, 
sponsored by the Men's R.A.'s; Charlotte Toya, sponsored by the O.C.F.; Sandra Lynch, sponsored by Chi Omega 



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Shelley Dunham 
1983 Miss Yamacraw 

Sponsored by the Men's R.A.'s 




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(back row) Dave Robertson, Don Robertson, Wonsuk Kim, Doug Schmidt, Tom Smith, John Salamone, Coach Bucky Reynolds, Dave Gerhardt, Adam 
Petty, Glenn Frankovic, Eric Smith, John Winnecker 





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(Front row) Jay Vanderhorst, Greg Graham, John Marshall, Mike Wyllie (second row) Roger Brooksbank, Brian Sass, Marohn Collins, Steve 
Oliphant, Maurice Thomas (third row) Tom Seitz (Assistant Coach), Richard Williams, John Shelnutt, Bruce Benton, Rich Fisher, Jim Owen 
(Assistant Coach), Jack Berkshire (Coach) 



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This photographic interlude, not to mention the 
rest of the pictures in this book, has been 
brought to you by one hell of a photo staff: 



Kathleen Ahearn, 
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Carl V. Hodges, Dean of Continuing Education; 

Elgin F. MacConneil. Dean of Services; John A. 
Thames, Dean of Students; George W. Waldner, 
Dean of the Faculty; John B. Knott, III. Dean of 

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BUSINESS 
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Linda Bucki, Director of Personnel; Gloria Moore, University Receptionist; 
Elaine Gorman, Secretary to the President; Marilyn Merrifield, Mailroom 
Supervisor; Jack Ferry. Director of Data Processing; Julie McConnel, Accounts 
Receivable; Marie Williams, Accounts Payable; Betty Amerson, Controller 



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Adrina Richard, Bookstore Manager: Chuck Wingo, Assistant Bookstore 
Manager; Karen Bender, Bookstore Assistant 




BUSINESS AFFAIRS 



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ALUMNI & 
DEVELOPMENT 




John Mays, Director of Development; Charles Sullivan, Director of Annual 
Giving; Polly Perry, Secretary to the Director of Alumni Affairs; Bill Wolpin, 
Director of Alumni Affairs and Public Information 



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ADMISSIONS 




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Terri Guth. Admissions Counselor; Jonathan Jay, Associate Director of 
Admissions; Carol Gamble, Assistant Director of Admissions; James Nesbitt, 
Director of Admissions; Randy Smith, Assistant Director of Admissions; 
Helen Schofield, Admissions Office Manager; Bucky Reynolds. Assistant to 
the Director of Admissions; Mary Ellen Perkins, Graduate Admissions 
Counselor 




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Fred Carter, Director of Financial Aid; Pam Beaird, 

Assistant Director of Financial Aid; Susan Dunn, 

Assistant to the Director of Financial Aid 




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Marshall Nason, Director of the Student Center; Neil 
Frain-Fuller, Student Center Custodian; Betty Nissley, 
Student Center Secretary; Eugene Brasher, Director of 
Choral Activities 




STUDENT 
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STUDENT 
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Carol Duffy, Secretary of 

Student Affairs; Lew 

Gordon. Director of 

Counseling and Career 

Development; Carol 

Johnston, Director of 

Placement; Dr. William G. 

Erickson, University 

Physician; Patsy Bradley, 

Universtiy Nurse 



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WOMEN'S HOUSING: (first row) Terry Fuerst; Kathleen Ahearn; Fostine Womble, Director of Women's Housing; 
Susan Johnson; (second row) Denise Trosky; Judy Hunt; Shelly Dunham 




MEN'S HOUSING: Scott Faith; Jim Owen, Director of Men's Housing; Don Henry (in absentia); Jim Kelley; Paul Sykes 
(in absentia); John Thames, Dean of Students; Paul Gandolfo 



111 



CONTINUING 
EDUCATION 





Marlene Howard. Associate Dean of Continuing Education; 

Claire Carroll, Continuing Education Office Manager; Bill 

Gates, Assistant Dean of Continuing Education 




112 



ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 




Cle Hall, Associate Registrar; Charlie Morrow, Secretary 
to the Dean of the Faculty; Hilda Nix, Associate Registrar; 
Prudy Hughes, Secretary to the Faculty 



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ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 





LIBRARY STAFF: Dorothy Richardson, Assistant Librarian, Emerita; Mary Lou Mulvihill, Library Assistant; Fran 
Flowers, Assistant Librarian, Cataloging; George Stewart, Assistant Librarian, Reader's Services; Ronnie Few, Library 
Assistant; Thomas Chandler, Jr., Librarian. 



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Victoria Weiss, Associate Professor of English; Linda Taylor, Asso- 
ciate Professor of English; William Brightman, Associate Professor 
of English; Philip Neujahr, Associate Professor of Philosophy; James 
Bohart, Assistant Professor of Music; Ken Nishimura, Professor of 
Philosophy; Barbara Clark, Professor of English. 



117 



HUMANITIES 




Nelle Crowe, Lecturer in English; Ben Smith, Lecturer in Art 

Robert Fusillo, Professor of English; William Strozier 

Professor of Foreign Languages 



118 



SOCIAL STUDIES 




Paul Hudson, Assistant Professor of Political Studies; David Thomas, 
Professor of History; J. Brien Key, Professor of History; Philip 
Palmer, Professor of Political Studies; Leo Bilancio, Professor of 
History; Douglas MacDonald, Assistant Professor of Political Studies. 



119 



SCIENCE 





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George Wheeler, Professor of Physics; Michael Rulison, Assistant 
Professor of Physics; Joseph Fadyn, Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics; John Cramer, Assistant Professor of Physics; David 
Mosher, Professor of Mathematics; Keith Aufderheide, Assistant 
Professor of Chemistry; Daniel Schadler, Associate Professor of 
Biology; Philip Zinsmeister, Professor of Biology; G. Malcolm 
Amerson, Professor of Biology; Monte Wolf, Associate Professor of 
Chemistry. 



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John Stevens. Associate Professor of Education; Ann 
Wheeler, Assistant Professor of Education; T. Lavon 
Talley, Professor of Education; Louise Valine, Associate 
Professor of Education; Jane Hayes, Adjunct Professor 
of Education; Robert Moffie, Assistant Professor of 
Psychology; Johnna Shamp, Associate Professor of 
Psychology; Brad Stone, Assistant Professor of 
Sociology; Martha Vardeman, Professor of Sociology. 



123 




BUSINESS 



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Bruce Hetherington. Assistant Professor of Economics: Charlton Jones, 
Associate Professor of Business Administration; William Shropshire, 
Callaway Professor of Economics; Tad Ransopher, Assistant Professor of 
Business Administration; Linda Dykes, Assistant Professor of 
Accounting; John Tully, Professor of Business Administration. 




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Tom Seitz, Assistant Basketball Coach; Larry Watts, Cross 
Country and Track Coach; Jack Berkshire, Director of Athletics 
and Head Basketball Coach; Medra Ashmore, Women's 
Volleyball Coach; Bucky Reynolds, Head Soccer Coach; Jim 
Owen, Intramural Director. 



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FOOD SERVICE 



SANDWICH SHOP STAFF: Lynn Nagle, Bud Granger (not pic- 
tured: Michelle Lend) 




(left to right) Mary Jo Wardlow, Rena Jackson, Jim Chance, Rose Childs, Betty Williams, Delores Butler, John Nolton, Bonnie 
Terrell, Criss Rowe, (not pictured: Rose Ezzard, Dino Ramirez, Isaiah Brown) 




Jim Chance, Food Service Director 



Mary Jo Wardlow, Assistant Food Service Director 



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BUILDING 
& GROUNDS 



(first row) Donnie Taylor, Shirley Veal, Bud Payne, (second row) Johnny 
Howell, Brenda Boyd, Lillian Lawson, Columbus Chapman, (third row) 
Charles Pendly, Christine Smith, Thelma Smith, Lorenzo Bell, (fourth row) 
Robert Jennings, Anthony Field, Luther Dixon, Bill Breland, (fifth row) 
Jesse Walters, Eddy Anglin, (not pictured: Howard Parker, Custodial Su- 
pervisor), (right) Bud Payne, Buildings and Grounds Superintendent. 





SECURITY 



(left) Harold Johnson, (right) Steve Cheek, Security Guards 



129 



Seniors 



Kathleen Ahearn 



Edward Arias 
Linda Barkis 
Howard Barr 




Ahmad Al-Darwish 
Mahamed Aldawd 



132 



Pam Beaird 



Gustavo Bermudez 
Marilyn Billips 




Karen Blumensaadt 

Al Britt 

Roger Brooksbank 



Nicki Brown 
Michael Browoleil 
Rob Buck 



133 



Mike Burke 



Steven Andrew 
Carreras 

Sherrv Carubia 



Donald J. Conklin 

Theresa Conklin 

Cindy Craven 



Frankie C. Day 
Anne Deeney 
Barry Dwork 




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Bambi Ellison 
Theresa Fuerst 



Russell Fuller 
Paul Gandolfo 



Marv Carol Geddis 




"Being on full scholarship, Reagono- 
mics has not significaHlly affected my 
attendance at Oglethorpe. However, I do 
anticipate encountering a stringent job 
market upon graduation and I hope that 
the education I've received at Ogleth- 
orpe combined with my previous job ex- 
perience will enable me to find a job 
without too much trouble." — ^Don Hen- 



135 



Jennifer Giles 

Wanda Glover 

Kelley Goff 




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136 



Karen Jolley 



Howard Jones 
Robert Joseph 




Karen Keiser 

Jim Kelley 

W, Kevin Kincheloe 



Teresa Long 
Sandra Lynch 
John Marshall 



137 



Tricia McCuUogh 
Barbara Mitchell 



Vickie Moore 
Debbie Morgan 




Being bilingual is no big feat for Xi 
Ling Yang, a student from the Canton 
regiohof the People's Republic of China. 
She has grown up speaking Cantonese, 
Pekingese, and a Shanghai dialect. She 
is a" transfer from Georgia State, and is 
majoring in linguistics and foreign lan- 
guages and is currently taking classes in 
English and French. Xi Ling chose Og- 
lethorpe after her professors at State 
recommended the high quality faculty 
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138 




Steve Oliphant 
Sally Petree 



Gilbert Price 
Mary Primel 
Terry Roberts 



Terry Roberts 
Bethsheba Romero 
Karen Anne Sams 



139 



Dawn Sonsini 

Gini Stanfield 

Judith Stark 



Lyn Stelle 

Denise Trosky 

Margie Vaught 




140 



Mia Wadopian 




Melanie Warrender 
Melissa Warrender 



Lisa Wessler 
Jim Wilhelmy 



David Wilson 
John Wilson 



141 



Pam Adams 
Adepeju Alakija 
Saad Al-Dossari 
Kurt Alexander «^ 



Layla Alfandi 

Shelly Alford 

Chuck Allen 

Kafatos Andreas 



Martha Arias 

Nancy Arnold 

Jill Ashton 




Jay Azriel 
Kenton Baggs 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



142 



Jill Bauer 
Ralph Beard 
Robert Beech 




Rene Bennett 
Bruce Benton 



Jessica Bagley 
Bob Balkcom 
Susan Bamford 
Samar Barghouti 



143 



Barbara Bessmer 

Robin Bishop 5 

Rob Boggus 

Buck Bohac 

Alonso Borrero 









Paul Brown 

Alex Brummette 

Billy Bryant 

Mona Buck 



Stacey Bronstein 

Thad Broome 

Guynelle Brown 





144 




Michael Buckelew 
Craig Buckner 
Kevin Buice 
Alicia Bullard 



Kim Camp 
Lee Campbell 
Darlene Carnes 
Jeanne Carolan 



145 



Roseanne Carrara 
Lisa Cascioli 



Chris Cassidy 

Todd Chapman 

Mike Cheek 



Debra Chesler 

Kalv Chijioke 

Lewis Chosewood 

Charlotte Christian 




"Reaganomics has not af- 
fected the amount of money I 
received compared to last year. 
However, the interest on my 
Guaranteed Student Loan has 
increased from 7% to 9%. I did 
not receive any need based 
money either this year or last, 
but I do know my chances were 
greater to get a need based loan 
last year before Reagan's bud- 
get cuts." 

— Drew Mc Nally 




Lagopoulos Constantinos 



146 



Angela Cordoba 



Bill Cottone 
Nick Crooks 



Trina Crowder 
John Crowe 
Tony D'Agostino 




Joe Damiano 
Melanie Darling 
Pam Darlington 



Gina Daves 
Jennifer Davis 
Kym Davis 
Joseph J. De Franks 




Phil Deal 
Barbara Deneau 
Dominic DeSantis 
Beth Dixon 
Del Draper 



147 



Eric Drick 



Diane Dubay 
Doug Dubay 



Glen Dubrowsky 

Kevin Duffy 

Dan Duncanson 



Eyo Eyo 

Viana Faile 

Elaine Fain 

Scott Faith 

Lisa Falkowski 




Hank Edison 

Scott Einbinder 

Terry Eisenman 

Joe Exum 



148 




Robert Freeman 
Betsey Freiburger 
Carmen Frias 



Reginald Frye 
Michelle Fryer 



Mary Felder 

Maria Josefa Fernandez 

Rich Fischer 

Yamile Florez 

Jay Floyd 



149 



Neil Frain-Fulier 

Kelley Futch 

Brad Gadberry 

Elizabeth Gallagher 

Mia Gallagher 




Michael Goelke 

Kevin Goff 

David Gold 

Sandra Goldberg 



150 




Ralph Gunn 
Barbara Guralnick 
Bryan Hahn 
Derrick Hall 
Karl Hall 



151 




Thair Hanaway 



"Reagonomics has had ah in- 
direct effect on me in relation to 
my father being a hospital 
based Pathologist. The 1982 
Tax Bill passed through con- 
gress by Senator Dole, has sig- 
nificantly reduced and regulat- 
ed hospital based physicians' 
income. This regulation and re- 
duction in income affects my fa- 
ther's ability to pay for my Og- 
lethorpe tuition." — Cindy 
Larbig 



Missy Henderson 

Larry Henson 

Georgia Herring 

Kelli Hiett 



Heather Higginbotham 

Greg Hightower 

Susan Hilger 

Gwen HiUman 

Tomonari Himeno 



Henry Hoclcer 

Kelly Hodges 

Ralph Hofer 

Amy Hoffland 

Lawrence Hoffman 



Kathy Harrington 
Lisa Hatcher 



Scott Haynes 
Randy Heath 
Bruce Heisler 




152 



David Holcomb 



Sonja Holcombe 
Suesanna Hood 



Craig Hosch 
Amanda Hough 
Kim Hudgens 




Alberto Itriago 
Humberto Itriago 
Catherine Isiminger 
Bob Ivey 




Allan Jackson 
Ken Jackson 
Ebrahim Jagne 
Chris Jacquette 
Margarita Jaramillo 



153 



Joel Johnson 
Rod Johnson 



Scott Johnson 

Sheila Johnson 

Monica Jung 



Mike Justice 

Darrell Kaeding 

Steve Katze 

Ann Kauffman 





154 



Elizabeth Klein 



Anne Kohl 
Susan Kokat 



Carl Kumpf 
Joe Lacefield 
Louisa Lambert 




Todd Lane 
Barb Lansdell 
Cindy Larbig 
Rhett Laurens 



155 



Darin Levine 
Carrie Lewis 



Jackie Liberman 

Barry Lichtenstein 

Micliael Lillard 



Ross Lipman 

Hsiao Yun Liu 

Nan Loftis 

Christi Long 

Ray Lucas 




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Janice Marshall 
Kelly Marshall 
C. Todd Martin 
Karen Martin 
Natalie Martin-Leyes 



Andrew McNally 
Alan McTier 

Ann Marie Messerschmidt 
Margaret Meyer 



157 



Melanie Miles 

Andrew Miller 

Holly Miller 

Paul Miller 



Jim Mitchell 

Lisa Mitchell 

Naomi Mitchell 

Donna Monroe 





Theresa Morris 
Kimberly Morrison 



158 



Dan Noble 
Patricia Nolan 
Maureen Norton 
Carolyn Nowell 




Tony Murphy 
Eileen Murphy 
Maureen Murphy 
Steve Myatt 
Bill Myers 



159 



Heidi Olson 

Kentaro Ono 

Patricia Orenstein 

Terasa Page 

Lisa Paige 



Carmen Papp 

Maria Papp 

Michael Pedone 

Lewis Perry 

Terri Peters 




160 



Carrie Pinholster 
Alyssa Pittman 



Robin Porter 
Michael A. Powers 
2 Tammy Prance 




Aileen Pratt 
Glenn Prescott 
Brett Price 
Claudia Puccio 



Linda Puglisi 
Chris Quaintance 
Julie Quickmire 
Laura Rankin 




Carolyn Rapp 
Mike Rathjens 
Tim Ray 
Craig Reinheimer 
Bill Rhodes 



161 



Charles Richardson 

Amy Richardson 

Laura Anne Riley 

Wade Roach 



Gina Sacer , 

John Salamone £_ 

Paula Salter ' 

David Sanders *'• 
Todd Sanders 




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Lisa Rubin 
Betty Lee Rucker 
Frank Russo-Alesi 





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Anthony Schall 
John Schattenfield 
Jill Shimmack 



Doug Schmitt 
Milene Schott 
David Scoles 






Kim Scott 





Howard Self 
Lise Shade 
Bill Sharpe 
Peter Sheinberg 



John Shelnutt 
Scott Silvis 
Erica Simpson 
Jill Sims 
Renee Sims 



163 



Trevor Singer 

Sharon Slotnick 

E.C. Smith 

Gwen Smith 



Scott Soloway 
Yewande Soyode 
Jonathan Spanier 
Stephanie Staples 



Robert Strozier 

Melisa Sunay 

Paul Swanson 

Steve Swift 




164 



Paul Sykes 
Trayl Taber 





Irene Tanenbaum 
Bill Tanner 
Susie Tedesco 
Elli Terzidis 



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Robert C. Thomason 
Jerri Thompson 
Joan Thull 




Charlotte Toya 
Antonio Travis 
Dan Treas 
Mark Turcot 
Laura Turner 



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Yvonne Turner 

Jan Urlings 

Jay Vanderhorst 

Christy Wagner 

Hope Waldman 



Kris Walsh 

David Wang 

Melissa Ward 

Gerard Watkins 

Brian Weaver 




Marie Wesley 

Mike West 

Maureen White 

Sherry White 



Sunny White 

Betzi Whiteside 

Rhonda Whitney 

Angela Wilson 



166 




"Because of Reaganomics I 
might not have been able to 
come to Oglethorpe this year. 
My family did not qualify for a 
need based grant and I was only 
able to come here because Og- 
lethorpe gave me the financial 
aid I needed." — Geri Martucci 



Jeff Williams 
Richard Williams 
Teresa Willson 
Debbie Wolfe 



Charles Wolff 
Anita Wright 
Chip Wuerz 
Mike Wyllie 



Through darkroom error on the part of Georgia Photographies, our 
class photographers, the following people's photographs are not in- 
cluded in the class section: Brian Baker, Michael Fite, Kate Garvey, 
Eilam Isaak, Martha McClendon, Anna Maria Platanis, and Annie 
Robertson. We apologize for the error. — The Editors. 



167 




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O.U. from 

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Banker will you go bankrupt from all the robberies? 
A robber is on the loose! 

Monument pictures — #1 in film production is 
accepting funds for future productions 

Marvin & Dorothy you raised a very special son. 
Merci — LB Sam — Thanks for being you. 

Jeff — Don't ever give up. I believe in you. Je T' 
Aime — LB 

May B&M university increase in fortune in the 
future. Bon Courage, Bon Chance et Beaucoup De 
Succes A Les Fondateurs. Take care — Linda 

Gee Wow Golly Whizzo, Man! 

Thank to all the faculty that helped with my grad. 
school applications MLW 

From the President of the Int'l Club, Assaf Al 
Assaf, many thanks to the O.S.A. and O.LC. in 82- 
83 

Robert — If I had a box just for wishes & dreams 
that had never come true the box would be empty 
except for the memory of how they were answered 
by you. Wonderful friends are hard to find — Fm 



glad 1 found you. — Linda 

Bill. Brick, Hot, — We're all wack — Jobs, Fm proud 
of it R.R. Dean, Nazis aren't funny.— BEV 

Goodbye at last. Bye-Bye all you magnificent people 
enjoyed my stay even around the old OU crazy- 
house — Mikey AMF 

I love you Dawn! Love Mike 

OU Thanks for four terrific years. BEST 
WISHES— Sandi Lou 

To CHI OMEGA Thanks for the support and good 
times that we've had. Good luck next year. I love 
you all! LeAnne 

CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! Manning M. 
Pattillo 

Kevin, Thank you for all the support and 
understanding Fondly, Terri 

Dear Children, Just a final note to say how proud I 
am of you. Best of Luck etc. Love Dad 

Personally I think these ads are a stupid idea 



designed to gull poor, naive fools into spending their 
valuable cash 

Class of '85 Donna Rothstein 

To my students who have reveled in psychology 
THANK YOU. M. JOHNNA SHAMP, PH.D. 

The HE-MEN-WOMEN-HATERS CLUB salutes 
the Class of 1983! 

To Lisa, Thanks for the good times and the good 
times yet to come. Love always, Shnookums 

Remember the Twilight Zone!!!! 

Gandolfo's Theorem: 

Real life can't be like this . . . 

Or can it? 

Hey Brian! FOB. 

D.H. — Had a good crisis lately? Let me know if you 
do. Love P.G. P.S. Remember what happens to 
college friendships! 

Jerkface — what ever happened to my trailer in 
North Gwinnett?? 



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The Yearbook of Oglethorpe University 
3000 Woodrow Way^ N.E. Atlanta^ Georgia 30319 



May 1983 



Dear Reader, 

"This place is ducking unbelievable." More apt words cannot be found to describe this office. The office and the people who inhabit it are nothing if they are not off tl 
wall; yet somehow we've produced a yearbook— and I believe it's a good one at that. There are several individuals who did so much that a part of them is bound into the boi 
alongside with the pages. 

Special thanks have to go to Nicki Brown who was not only an excellent photo editor (most of the time) but also had the strength to head the moral support staff despite 
insurmountable obstacle (me). The faculty section and that awful headline in the soccer section owe their existence to Judy Hunt. Judy— thanks for hanging in there and i, 
there a chance for me to get that trailer in north Gwinnett anymore? The award for independence goes to Marty Eastlack. While most of us were concentrating on the coloil 
pages Marty and a small staff completed the class section. Without her we probably never would have made our initial deadlines. In the "would you mind doing that cm 
more time" department there was Anne Sams. How she put up with all the rescheduling problems we gave her is beyond me. Thanks Anne. Tim Bates deserves a thank yoi 
for all the late nights he spent helping us make deadlines and for sticking it out. 

A few thank-you's are overdue in the darkroom. The Dialated Pupil Award goes to Bucky Frank. If he hadn't closeted himself in the darkroom for hours and hours (and 
hours and hours) a good portion of this book would never have been. Thanks go to Scott Haney for ANPP (I bet you're wondering what that means— ask Scott). Scott alscl 
played an important role on the moral support team (panks thai— I owe you one). Last but most definitely not least is Larry Henson. able bodied photographer, all arount 
great guy, and chief in charge of homework. He also figured prominently on the moral support group— he doesn't get called son for nothing you know. 

Over on the business staff, Dave Gerhardt deserves special mention. He took care of the ad campaign, and other business matters almost single handedly. Then there 
Bill Tanner. If you ask him how much work he did on the Miss Yamacraw Pageant Lm sure he'll tell you nothing. In reality he organized rehearsals, staged the show and 
made a large part of the pageant possible. Special thanks go to Seretha Masdon who stepped in just before the show and helped pull the whole thing off. 

THE YAMACRAW has been fortunate enough to have several very special friends this year. Kevin Kincheloe stood by and let us borrow everything from photos to thi 
office from the STORMY PETREL. Laura Anne Riley insists she didn't do anything for us but she took a whole bunch of pictures for this book. Art Williams, our publish- 
ing representative, fits high up on our list of friends as does Dean Thames, our advisor. Last but not least, thanks go to Sue Bamford, Tim Bates, Nicki Brown, Larry Hen- 
son, Sandra Lynch, and Laura Anne Riley. They were there at the end when this book was finished and because of them 1 got to go to bed at a reasonable hour. 

There's no way this letter could express all the thank you's that are necessary. A pretty special bunch of people worked on this yearbook and I'm proud to call a lot of them 
my friends. 

Well, that's it. The 1983 Yamacraw is a reality, the office is clean and the staff has gone home. I hope you enjoy the book and you know something'? This place is ducking 
unbelievable! 



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are hundreds of them — afl^^^^empt at 
capturing what it meant to spend this year 
at Oglethorpe. We've tried to cover the 
events that can be counted on to happen 
each semester, the ones that were unique to 
1982-83, and a few that might easily have 
been overlooked if there hadn't been a Ya- 
macraw photographer on hand to preserve 
them for posterity. 

There are some things about this past 
year that we couldn't put here. There was 
no room to include the weather, the news 
events that were talked about in class or in 
the Hearst lounge, or what was happening 
■" sports. More importantly, we found it 

jwssible to convey with pictures some of 
the things you'll probably find most impor- 
tant about your time at Oglethorpe. We 
couldn't for instance, find any way to pre- 
serve memories of what you learned or the 
things you felt or the friendships and fights 
you had. The best we could do is give you 
this record in pictures and hope that, in 
looking back to it years from now, you'll be 
reminded and find some way to fill in the 
blanks yourself. And that's what a year- 
book is supposed to do. 






This winged horse, Pegasus, is on the ironwork on the gates of Her- 
mance Stadium. 

As Pegasus represented immortality for the Romans, it represents to 
us the undying spirit of Oglethorpe University.