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"""Lt itH" is 'always a pppular time to debate and 
discuss current issues. David Anderson, Tony 
Petty, Liz Solamillo, Chris Erckert and John 
Van'T Reit are enjoying each other's company at 
the Phi Alpha Theta induction luncheon at Em- 
pire Gardens. | i ^ 



Jeannie jCarolan, a Senior majoring m Early 
Childhood Education, is employed through the 
work study program in the Continuing Educa- 
tion Department. Here she gets practice working 
on the computer which will be a valuable skill to 
know in the classroom, t j ) 



^.PUKhasing a class ring is one way to ensure that 
yoL will always have a momento of your college 

...days. Jessica Bagley carefully checks over all of 
the choices offered by Josten's before making 
her final selection. 




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I The Great Hall located in Phoebe Hearst Hall is 
a popular place for both students and faculty to 

_ gather. The Ionic columns are very impressive 
:yet the fireplace and open stair case gives the 

-.,room a more "at home'" atmosphere. 



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The Minual 'Welcome Bick Dance is alwai^s en- 
joyable, but exhaustive for all students who lovt 
to dance. Amy McGown and boyfriend, Bobby 
relax and enjoy the music. 





opening 

Faculty 

Classes 

Sports 

Organi2ations 

Student Life 

Advertisements 

Index 

Closing 



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An active member of the Thalian Society, Gwen 
Matthews, enjoys a few solitary moments out- 
side to think about a future philosophical discus- 
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Stud] ing in between classes is a popular activity 
■forcottege-sradents. A college co-ed is enjoyii^ 
the shade of the trees in the quad while reviewing 
^Tor an upcoming test. 



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one of the fraternity's little sisters, MaiBa 
Whaier^a^ke. while gectiag-tcT&iow the i 
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Dawson, Dawn FladsethCMike Jones, Bri 
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As one looks around the city of Atlanta and 
around Oglethorpe University, one can't help notic- 
ing the changes from all angles. J 

Change, a most important and necessary part of ! 
the continuance of our society, is exemplified in this 
microcosm of the rest of the ever-expanding world 
around us. The physical changes, structural 
changes, administrative changes, and Changes from 
deep within each individual are taken note of in this 
annual. New faces, as well as familiar faces, inter- 
mingle within the University and cofrtributefurther 
to its growth and change. 

Taking this theme of "change" down to its very 
core, we have incorporated a change in the Yama-- 
craw itself. A newer style, new techniques, a differ- 
ent design, and additional graphics have all been 
included. We have chosen the pyramid to symbolize 
the theme of the 1985-86 YamaCraw. The pyramid 
provides an infinite niirhbeir'of viewing angles de- 
pending upon its rotational change. Because of this, 
we felt that this multi-angled, geometric figure 
-wobW'teeffeetivdnTrc&nvejfing the ideas-presented 
in conjunction with the theme. 

No reminders are really needed as to these 
changes taking place-injotw-llveSrM Oglethorpe^ and 
throughout society today. However, in years to 
come, when these changes have faded themselves 
into-oui-eve^y^layi-existence and JaecOme merely a 
part of contemporary society, this annual, (as all 
annuals do), will serve as a memorandum of the 
past, of how things used to be, and of how far we 
have progressed through these ^ chariges froni all 
angles. — 




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clock as one approaches Liipton Hall 



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• At Oglethorpe University, varying life$tyles add| 

to the overall versatility of the student body. The 

majority of the students attend college shortly after 

high school, but there are those, who for different 

-teasons, choose to wait. 

Ms. Cecilia Jenkins is one such student. CeeCee 



attended Oglethorpe in the '60's and has returned to' 
-oamplete her degree in Middle Grades Education. 
When asked about the changes she has noticed, she 
"sfates, "I am most aware of a change in the relation- 
ship between the faculty and the students. Our pro- 
fessors are not enthroned as "monarchs of knowl- 
edge." They are supportive, encouraging, and sym- 
pathetic-beyond what should reasonably be expect- 
ed." 

— ^^Othet returning students include Ms. Shari 
Booth and Ms. Hariet Powell. Many scheduling 
problems arise when one is a mother as well as a full- 
time student. Responsibilities and obligations in the 
home and on campus can be stressful. It is far from 
being an easy accomplishment to earn a college 
degree and care for a family at the same time. 
Changes within the family structure are necessary 
and compromises are common. But after all the 
extra effort put forth by these students and their 
families, it seems as if it will be a change for the 
better. — 




Eating an onion, having Limburger Cheese 

rubbed in your hair, and having shaving cream 

— battles were some of the things an O.U. Fresh- 
men endured during Rat Court Rituals. Cee Cee 

— (Raiford) Jenkins smiled throughout all of these 
trials and was chosen as the 1968 Rat Queen. 



O.U: People 




ii add|tion to being a mother and going 
S^ool full time. Cee Cee Jenkins works in thi 
Curriculum Library. Cee Cee is also actively in- 
:s« Qtvexjlia. campus activities. 



Cultures And Time 




Volleyball team member Genie Settbn from Bar 
ranquilla Columbia, enjoys listenmg to musie 
while waiting for the van to be fixed, j 




Many international students have chosen to at- 
tend Oglethorpe, each with their own reasonsr- 
These students who come from countries all over 
the world are exposed to a change that is usually not 
experienced-byt native Americans JiifferentcultuiaL 



alues and styles are presented to these students, 
often for the first time. Although not as much of a" 
"culture-shock" as the U.S. citizens tend to believe,_ 
a change nonetheless is experienced. Mauricio 
Amaya, from El Salvador, explains that most for- 
eign countries today are heavily exposed to the 
"American-way," U.S. television programs, (includ- 
ing the news), American-made movies, and consum- 
er products are sold world-wide and thus decrease 
the effects of "culture-shock." The move to Ogle- 
thorpe seems to have been simply a change of place™. 



Plaving some of the music from his naiiv^ 
country' ot El Salvador, Mauricio Amaya em 
tertains the audience at the Night of the 
Arts. 



Taking a break from studying, Khalil Hourani 
discusses with some friends his plans for the up 
com[ing weekend. 



O.U. People 





This wonderful city of Atlanta provides us with 
"Ttan^ examples of the expansion and growth need- 
id to enhance the meaning of the word "progress." 
" nFRere'that Oglethorpe students are being offered 
Jaany new opportunities to grow along with the 



pity. 




-THeefiingesiate6very*'heferNeW4juil<iingsha4'e-- 
been erected throughout thelcity m the past year, 
"fconstant construction ari'd" expansion has taken 
_pkce along the local interstates. New track has been 
laid down in the expansion of the Metro Atlanta 
Rapid Transit Authority and the Lenox and Brook- 
haven MARTA stations have been added. New 
"ih'Opping centers have been built nearby to add 
:onvenience. New nightclubs and bars have al^o 
apened their doors to Atlanta's rapid progress. 

Atlanta's cultural aspects have not been forgot-. 
:en in all this expansion. New galleries and theatres 
la-ve opened. The recently built High Museum of—; 
^rt has continued to provide | changing exhibitions 
?o"enhance the aesthetic~eiiviroriiiient of AtlaiTta^; 

.Qglethorpe's art gallery has also successfully been 

contributing to the community with its unique ex- 
hibits. New hotels have been built to host corporate — 
:onventioiis arid other social jfunctionsjof thje buli- 



Is Irher^any ^rea {eft that Atlanta's eiiansionjilis 
lot touched upon? Certainly not ... for Atranta's 
. atogress provides us with .changes ftomall angles. 



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' A newer eitension of iMARtTA's korth ' Line, '< 
Brookhaven Station, brings downtown Atlanta 
withi n a few minute s ride fm Oglethorpe stu- 



A MART A train jeaving the Btookhaven^S^ 
tion: What a pleasant change from the half hoot 
bus ride or attempting to fight the traffic into,, 
downtown Atlanta! 



The grid design df the nscently opeited Marriott; 
Marquis in the Peachtree Center area of down=i 
town provides a contrast to other architectural 
works designed by Atlanta architeet-^ohnhPoft- 



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critical comments in the margins. She really taught 
us how to write. I owe her a great debt. Throughout 
college and graduate school and almost every day 
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Executive Committee member to severalunive - 
sities in the south, organization and punctuality 
are of the utmost importance. With the help of 
his secretary, Beay Weiiand, Dr. Pattillo checl^ 
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On'October 18,' 1975;Manriing M. Pattillo wds 
inaugurated as the 12th President of Oglethorpe. 
University at a ceremony held in the Porou. 
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memorated during the university's 150th anniver- 
sary. Dr. Pattillo, who is actively involved in The 
Friends of Oglethorpe Society explains James 
Oglethorpe's background and connection with 
the University to a group of interested observers. 

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Ont of the most memorable events in a frfesh- 
man's "welcoming process" is the evening with 
the Pattillos. Each year, Dr. and Mrs. Pattillo 
host a formal gathering at their home so that 
they may j>ersonally meet each and every new 
student. Mrs. Pattillo listens attentively as Fresh- 
man Matt Gambino discusseshis career. goals^ 



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court' surfaces greatly enhj need 
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Although Oglethorpe L niveisity has piided itself 

being a traditional, liberal arts institution, the 
«pe has come for some change. Highly esteemed 
f(ir its stability and consistency for over a century 
and a half, Oglethorpe, with Atlanta's tremendous 
„eiample of a metropolitan "face-Uft", has joined 
ranks on a local level in an effort to improve the 
physical aspects of campus. Changes have tran- 
spired both internally and externally. !_ 

i A few external alterations were in order for Og- 
-tethorpe's campus. The men's dormitory complex 
renovation has been completed this past year with 
[ 'Weltner Hall. In addition to the five tennis courts 
— akeady located on campus, (which had recently 
been resurfaced), three more tennis courtshave been 
blailt because of a high demand for court time. 
The internal changes on campus this past year 



dudfe the construction of an additional laboratory 
^ility in Goslin Hall, as well as the recarpeting of 
Hearst, Lupton, and Lowry Halls. Lowry Hall, Og- 
lethorpe's library, is also in the process of updating 

-and adding to its research facilities. Such "changes- 
for-the-better" will continue to take place in the 
upcoming years. Watch out Atlanta . . . Oglethorpe 

-University is coming through with changes from all 
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MANNING M. PATTILLO 
President 
Manning M. Pattillo celebrates his Tenth anniversary 
as President of Oglethorpe University this year. In view 
of his support for athletics, Dr. Pattillo met with the 
Presidents of other area colleges in order to establish an 
athletic conference for colleges without athletic scholar- 
ships. Among his other personal accomplishments, he 
has recently been elected to the Board of Trustees at the 
University of the South, which is also Dr. Pattillo's 
alma mater. 

GEORGE WALDNER 
Dean of the Faculty; Provost 




BRAD SARGENT 
Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid 



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Administrators 




EDD WHEELER 

Dean of Community Life; Counselor for Legal 

Affairs 

A former Air Force officer and attorney at law, his 

mterests include raquetball, squash, tennis, and reading. 




JOHN KNOTT 
Vice President for Administration 



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heads forTome. After a hard day's" 
relaxation is certainly a nice change. 




PAUL L. DILLINGHAM 

Vice President for Development 

A retired vice president for the Coca-Cola Company, 

Mr. Dillingham also served as International President 

of the Tax Executors Institute. 



JOHN A. THAMES 

Dean of Continuing Education 

Dean Thames went into this field because 

of an interest in higher education and 

working with people as they learn. 



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DENNIS MATTHEWS 

Assistant Director of Admissions 

Dennis says that a growing exphasis on theatre, visual 

arts, and music is the most important change at O.U. 

during his career here. 

RANDY SMITH 

Associate Director of Admissions 



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JULIE CHAPIN 

Admissions Counselor 

She is able to work and enjoy one of her hobbies — 

travel — at the same time. 

BONNIE BERTOLINI 

Admissions Secretary 

Bonnie enjoys being able to attend school here, and 

decorating the admissions elevator for special events. 

ANNA BERENYI 

Assistant to the Director of Admissions 
Her most important accomplishment is her degree, be- 
cause she had to work and go to school at the same time. 




BUCKY REYNOLDS 

Assistant to the Director of Admissions; Soccer Coach 

Bucky enjoys golf, reading, and making people smile 

everyday. He asks, "You want HOW MUCH for the 

goalie?"!! 



JONATHAN H. JAY 
Director of Admissions 




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PAUL STEPHEN HUDSON 

Registrar; Lecturer in History 

The most important change at O.U. has been "the 

transformation of the student body from the late 

'6o's — early '70's Flower Children and peace activists to 

'8o's career oriented individuals," according to Mr. 

Hudson. 

CLE HALL 

Associate Registrar 

Why did you go into your chosen field? Ms. Hall 

replies, "It wasn't exactly 'chosen.' I was a single parent 

with two young children to feed and clothe. The job 

was available and so was I, so to speak!" 




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Weyer checks over applications for financial aid. 

ANDERS NILSEN 

Associate Director of Financial Aid 

JACK FERREY 
Data Processing 



Registrar/Financial Aid/Business Office 




FRED CARTER 

Director of Financial Aid 

He is proud of his independence, because it requires 

strong values as well as a respect for others. 




MARILYN MERRIFIELD 

Accounts Payable Supervisor 

An ongoing struggle to get her degree is Marilyn's 

greatest accomplishment. 

TERI L. COBB 

Accounts Receivable Supervisor 

She enjoys watching baseball, raquetball, camping, 

and swimming. 

JANICE GILMORE 

Controller 

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Director of Placement 

She enjoys working with students in a university 

environment. 




CAROL DUFFY 
Community Life Office Manager 
Her satisfaction comes from dealing with the stu- 
dents. She says, "They make my day!" 



MARSHALL NASON 

Associate Dean of Community Life 

He enjoys running, and you will often see him 

running around the campus. 



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ANN MCGINN-ENNIS 
Director of Public Relations 



Participating in the Night of the Arts, Carol CKif fy 
shows her piano-playing talent. 

ANN HOWARD JONES 

Assistant Dean of Community Life; Director of Choral 
Activities 

Dr. Jones is a member of the Atlanta Symphony Or- 
chestra Chorus and Chamber Chorus where she is a 
rehearsal assistant to Robert Shaw. 




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Development 

MARY ELLEN WARRICK 

Secretary for Development 

Her most important accomplishment is helping her 

husband raise and educate their three children. 







RICHARD L. ROBINS 
Director of Annual Support 

NEST HOLVEY 
Secretary for Development 



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Secretary for Alumni Director and Director of Public 

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Assistant Dean of Administration 




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Assistant Dean of Continuing Education 

Mr. Gates enjoys long-distance running and hiking. 

CAROLYN MATTHEWS 
Secretary for Continuing Education 



BYRD PERKERSON 
Director of Non-Credit Courses 



CLAIRE CARROLL 

Continuing Education Administrative Asssistant 

MARLENE HOWARD 

Associate Dean of Continuing Education 




Continuing Education 



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Health 

Services/ 

Bookstore 



WILLIAM ERICKSON 
University Physician 

KAREN BENDER 
Assistant Bookstore Manager 

ADRINA RICHARD 
Purchasing Agent 



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University Nurse 

CHUCK WINGO 
Bookstore Manager 



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JOHN RYLAND 
""■ Librarian 

Mr. Ryland is the librarian who came here from Hamp- 
>\, den-Sydney College, Virginia. 

^ RON FEW 

Assistant Librarian 




MICHAEL PETTY 
Assistant Librarian 



FRAN FLOWERS 
Assistant Librarian 



GEORGE STEWART 

Assistant Librarian, Reader's Services 



Librarians/Health Service/Bookstore 



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GLORIA MOORE 
Switchboard/Receptionist 



BETTY NISSLEY 
Student Center Secretary 



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Secretaries 




Idner is only 
one ot the many tasks that keep Pam busy all after- 




BETTY WEILAND 
Secretary to the President 



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Lisa enjoys biking and aerobics, when she's not 
studying for her classes here. 




PAMELA TUBESING 

Secretary to the Dean of the Faculty and Provost 
When asked about her most important accomplish- 
ment, Mrs. Tubesing replied, "Come back and ask me 
in 6-8 years when my children have hopefully matured 

SUE PALMER into happy and successful adults with purpose and 

Secretary to the Vice President of Administration meaning in their life." 



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Buildings and Grounds/Security/ 
Food Service 



STEVE YOUNG AND DEANA SHAMEL 
Directors of Food Service 

Keeping the bathrooms m Traer clean is a tough 
job. Christine Smith works hard to clean up and 
keep everything in order. 






ELGIN F. MacCONNELL 
Director of Campus Security 



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HAROLD JOHNSON 
Security Guard 



MIKE ROBINSON 
Security Guard 



BUD PAYNE 

Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds 




BACK: Brenda Boyd, Jessie Walters, Ben Jones, Howard Parker, Eddie Angiin, Fletcher. MIDDLE; Columbus Chapman, Thelma Smith, Charles Pendley, Shirley 
Veal, Jessie Stafford, Christine Smith, Lillian Lawson, Bud Payne. FRONT: Henry Duffy, James Tolin, Michael Rossen, Wayne Boyd. 



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Coaches 



JACK BERKSHIRE 

Director of Athletics; Head Basketball Coach 

PHIL RITCHIE 
Tennis Coach 




PAT BRYANT 

Assistant Baskeball Coach; Intramural Director Coach Bryan came to 
Oglethorpe from Fayette County High School, where he was Head 
Basketball Coach and Golf Coach. 



JIM OWEN 

Volleyball Coach 



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Dr. G. Malcolm Amerson, Professor of Biology. 
In his spare time, Dr. Amerson enjoys hunting, fishing, 
and teaching a third grade Sunday School class. In 
regard to changes at Oglethorpe, he says, "I have always 
regarded Oglethorpe as first rate and I am pleased that 
other people now share that feeling with me." 

Dr. Keith H. Aufderheide, Associate Professor of 
Chemistry. 



Lane Anderson, Director of the Oglethorpe Players 
and Lecturer of Drama. 

Before coming to O.U., Mr. Anderson worked primar- 
ily as an actor and teacher for The National Shake- 
speare Company and also as a production manager for 
an outdoor drama. 




Patrick K. Berry, C.P.A., Assistant Professor of Ac- 
counting. 

Mr. Berry earned an M.B.A. in Finance from Rutgers 
University and a B.S. in Management from East Caro- 
lina University. He enjoys going places and doing 
things with his family. 

Teaching Music Appreciation at O.U. enables 
Mr. Bohart to demonstrate his skills as an 
accomplished pianist. 



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Leo Bilancio, Professor of History. 
Keith Baker, Director of the Accounting Program. Mr. Bilancio chose History as his field of study 

Mr. Baker feels that his most important accomplish- "because of its universality which embraces the full 
ment is being a good husband and father. range of human experience." 



James Bohart, Assistant Professor of 




#% Dr. Barbara R. Clark, Professor of English. 



Dr. William L. Brightman, Associate Professor of Eng- 
lish. 



Dr. Ronald L. Carlisle, Associate Professor of Com- 
puter Science and Director of Computer Services. 
Dr. Carlisle earned his Ph.D. at Emory University 
in mathematics. In his spare time, he enjoys per- 
forming early music on the recorder and viola da 
gamba. 



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Dr. Bruce W. Hetherington, Associate Professor of 

Economics. 

When asked about his hobbies and special interests, 

Dr. Hetherington replied, "Baseball, family, 

monetary history, (not necessarily in that order!)" 

Dr. R.J. Fusillo, Professor of English. 
Dr. Fusillo enjoys art, painting, string quartets, jazz, 
and computers. He chose to become a teacher 
because he liked college. 




Dr. John Cramer, Associate Professor of Physics 



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Dr. Nancy H. Kerr, Associate Professor of Psychology. 
Dr. Kerr feels that her most important accomplishment 
"must be yet to come," although she enjoys conducting 
psychological research and finds it interesting and 
challenging. 



Professor Charlton H. ]ones, Professor of Business 

Administration. 

Dr. Jones' most important personal change during his career 

at Ogelthorpe was his being formally accepted into 

the Chi Phi Chapter after hanging around with the 

fraternity members for twelve years. 




Dr. J. Brien Key, Professor of History. 



Dr. Joseph N. Fadyn, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 



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Joseph M. Knippenberg, Assistant Professor of 

Political Studies 

B.A., 1977 Michigan State University 

M.A., 1978 University of Toronto 

Ph. D. candidate, University of Toronto 

Professor Knippenberg says abandoning his bicycle in 

exchange for an automobile has been the most 

important change during his career at O.U. 

Dr. David K. Mosher, Professor of Mathematics. 




Dr. Robert W. Moffie, Associate Professor of 
Psychology. 

Dr. Moffie went into psychology in order to better 
appreciate and understand behavior. 

Dr. Phillip Neujahr, Professor of Philosophy. 



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Lloyd Nick, Director of the Art Galley and Lecturer 
in Art. 

"Art is what I wanted to be involved with when I 
retired — so I made it my career to enjoy it all my 
life," states Mr. Nick. 

Dr. Ken Nishimura, Professor of Philosophy. 
Dr. Nishimura enjoys photography and travel. 

Dr. John D. Orme, Assistant Professor of Political 
Studies. 

Philip F. Palmer, Professor of Political Studies. 



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Luis H. Pena, Assistant Professor of Spanish. 

Dr. Michael K. Rulison, Assistant Professor of 

Physics. 

Dr. Rulison went into physics because he wanted to 

know why things are the way they are, and physics 

seemed to be the framework in which to find the 

answers. 

Dr. William O. Shropshire, Callaway Professor of 

Economics. 

His most important accomplishment is marrying a 

good wife. 

Dr. John C. Stevens, Professor of Education. 
Dr. Stevens enjoys computers and sports cars. 



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Dr. Brad L. Stone, Assistant Professor of Sociology. 

Dr. T. Lavon Talley, Professor of Education. 
Dr. Talley says his most important accomplishment is 
planning the Masters program in education and 
seeing it develop through the years since 1971. 

Dr. Linda Taylor, Professor of English. 

Dr. David N. Thomas, Professor of History. 
Dr. Thomas has been engaged in extensive research 
for his book, which commemorates the 150th 
anniversary of Oglethorpe University. Dr. Thomas 
has used his knowledge of Georgia history to compile 
a complete background of the school's history from 
its founding up to the present. 



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Dr. John E. Tully, Professor of Business 

Administration. 

Dr. Tully helped build a family business which 

survived its founding and doubled in sales volume, 

which he considers to be his greatest accomplishment 

Dr. Louise M. Valine, Professor of Education. 

Dr. Martha Hay Vardeman, Professor of Sociology. 
The improved quality of students at O.U. is the 
most important change, according to Dr. Vardeman. 




Dr. Amerson puts his best side forward at lunch with 
Dr. Thomas and Mr. Ryland! 



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Dr. Victoria L. Weiss, Associate Professor of 
English. 

Dr. Ann M. Wheeler, Associate Professor of 
Education. 



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Dr. Monte Wolf, Associate Professor of Chemistry 

Dr. Phil Zinsmeister, Professor of Biology. 

William Owen Whitten, Jr., Instructor of 
Accounting. 

Mr. Whitten enjoys golf, running, and traveling 




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Kicking The Ball From All 

Angles 



After working hard to prepare them- 
selves for the season by playing severa 
scrimmages, and working hard to build a 
positive self attitude, Oglethorpe's 1985 
Soccer team qualified for the district play- 
offs with a record of four and fourteen. 
Several freshman were welcome mem- 
bers to this years team. There were eleven 
players with starting experience who re- 
turned to O.U. to play this past fall. Eric 
Garvey and John Salamone were the co- 
captains. Three of the team members, 
John Salamone, Doug Schmidt and Dean 
DeCencio, were elected to the All-South 
Team. John Salamone, a forward and a 
goalie, was a member of the All District 
Team. Doug Schmidt and Jeff Amon were 
Oglethorpe's representatives to the All- 
Tournament at Methodist College. Kurt 
Hansen was the team's leading scorer. 




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Jay Tate, Adam Petty, Kevin Southern, Harry Frazer, Bruce Grain, Andy Geeter, Chris Garter, Garlos Wilson, Hassan 
Mehsen, Jeff Amon, Todd Shapiro, Bucl<y Reynolds, Peter Conrady, Doug Schmitt, Foster Harbin, Eric Hartman, Eric 
Garvey, Mark Knautz, John Salamone, Rich Hans, Mike Gheek, Jonathan Reilly, Dean DeGencio, Randy McGauley, 
Antonio Herrero, John Pence, Kent Sellers, Kurt Hansen. 



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Bump, Set, Spike, Win! 



The Lady Petrels women's volleyball 
team finished the regular season with a 
10-2 record and a 9-0 district mark. At the 
NAIA District 25 Tournament held at Og- 
lethorpe November 8 and 9, The Petrels 
defeated Mercer University-Atlanta, Web- 
ber State University, and Augusta College 
to place second behind Columbus College. 

Firstyear coach Jim Owen and assistant 
Chris Eidson worked hard with the team 
throughout the season to improve their 
court play and consistency. Strong net 
play came from attackers Carolyn Proper 
and Monica Eidelman, who were all 
around strong players. Both were select- 
ed to participate on the All District team 
along with team captain Diane Dubay. All 
three players were nominated for NAIA All 
American, and Dubay was also nominated 
for Academic All American. 

By the end of the season the strong play 
of setter Anjie Rupe, Lisa Caldwell, and 
Jennie Soria, had insured them starting 
positions on the team. Strong bench play 
came from Guynelle Brown, Teresa Barn- 
hill, Lea Franco, Jill Kaminski, Shirley Wil- 
liams and Gina Yuille. 

With only two seniors graduating, the 
team hopes to have an even stronger sea- 
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Front: Guynelle Brown, Diane Dubay, Jill Kaminski. Michon Hall. Teresa Barnhill, Gina Yuille, Jennie Soria. Back: Chris Eidson, Carolyn 
Proper, Lea Franco, Anjie Rupe. Genie Setton, Shirley Williams, Monica Eidelman, Lisa Caldwell, Jim Owen, Larry Frank. 




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Terrence Patterson, Mack Van't Relt. Tom Sheridan, Richard Briggs, D.J. Badjistra, Frank Pitman, Marshall Nason, 
Chris Flint, Barry Caldswell 



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Running From Many Angles 




Cross Country 



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Cheerleaders 



Renee Byland 
Captain 





Charis Andrews 
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Oglethorpe's 1985-1986 Basketball 
cheerleaders were Renee Byland, Charis 
Andrews, Carole Bengston, Kellie 
Galberaith, Misty Reid, Ruth Ryan, Irish 
Shelton, and Renee Stout-Beisel. The 
alternates were Deda Walker and Missy 
Sauer. 




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Shooting for the Top 




The basketball team began the season 
rather questionabel after losing four start- 
ers, but the new recruits this past year 
brought in a lot of talent: Lloyd McArthur, 
6' junior guard; Rick Foster, 6'8" sopho- 
nnore post man; Steve Thompson, 6'4" 
sophomore swing man; and Pat Garvarick, 
6'2" sophomore guard. 

The three returning players that saw the 
most action last year and have added 
their experience to produce a winning sea- 
son were: Kitt Steppe, 6'6" senior post 
man, Alan Royalty, 6'1" sophomore, and 
Ken Ozment, 6' sophomore guard. Also 
returning from last year were senior 
Wayne Duncan, sophomore David Bois- 
vert, and sophomore David Stallings. 

The team was scheduled to play 18 
games against the NAIA District 25 oppo- 
nents. Other opponents included NCAA Di- 
vision III schools: Millsaps College, Univer- 
sity of the South, and Maryville College. 
One game was also played against NCAA 
Division I member Samford University. 




Pat Capes, Lloyd McArthur, Ken Ozment, Alan Royalty, Tony Lentini, Jonathan Johnson, Ric 
Ford, Noah Gershon, Wayne Duncan, Steve Thompson, David Stallings, Larry Frank, Pat Bry- 
ant, Kitt Steppe, Rick Foster, David Boisvert, Jim Owen, Jack Berkshire 



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More Than Just Love 



Finishing their fall practice schedule 
with two wins and two losses, the Lady 
Petrels seemed well prepared for a win- 
ning season. Players returningfrom last 
season included Bonnie Boles, Tracy 
Goldman, Veronica Maldonado, and 
Dorothy Saltmer. The much needed 
new players this year were Marcie 
Brooks, Monica Eidelman, Vicky Smith, 
and Susan Vernon. 

The men's tennis team finished their 
fall practice schedule with two wins and 
two losses and they appeared set for a 
successful season. Returningfrom last 
season were veteran players Tom Cle- 
ments, Andy Provost, John Van't Reit, 
and Scott Smith. Players new to the 
O.U. men's team included Tony Far- 
num. Marc Provissiero, and Matt Stein. 

Coach Phil Ritchie commented, "I 
feel like this year we'll be well prepared 
with both teams, and that we'll be com- 
peting strongly for success." Matches 
for the season began in February and 
continued through April. 




Dorothy Saltmer, Tracy Goldman, Natasha Driskell, Coach 
Veronica Maldeonado, Susan Vernon, Vicky Smith 




Coach Phillip Ritchie 



Marc Provissiero, Tony Farnum, Matt Stein, Tom Clements, John Van't 
Reit, Coach Phil Ritchie 



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Club Level 
Softball 



Michon Hall, Irene LaVlta, Lll Klein, 
Hope Wilson, Diane Dubay, Sarah Hunt- 
er, Kay Pitts, Jennie Soria, Julie Quick- 
mire, Nina Hammond, Irish Welch, 
Guynelle Brown, Mara Delaney, Suzi 
Schobert 



Led by Nina Hammond's strong hit- 
ting O.U. started off tineir winning sea- 
son with a come from behind win 
against Emory University in Hermance 
Stadium last spring. This was the first 
year O.U. had a women's club level soft- 
ball team. 





S.W.A.B.— Jeff Masso, Andy Geeter, Ke- 
vin Walmsley, Agustin Olmos, Mark Wilson, 
Mike Glance, Steve Cumbee, Pat Capes, 
Kent Sellers 



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G.D.I. — Scott Spooner, Chris Bolden, To- 
mas Hernandez, Mike Szalkow/ski, Bob 
Brown, Brad Isaacson, Gary Pearson 



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Changes In Action 




Trailblazers — Anjie Rupe, Carolyn Prop- 
er, Pat Bryant, Chris Eidson, Jeff Portnoy, 
Jim Owen 

AKI/lndependents — Theresa Ryan, Mi- 
chon Hall, Marty Eastlack, Anjie Rupe, 
Carolyn Proper, Lisa Caldwell, Mary How- 
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Poor Girls — Jackie Liberman, Jill Ka- 
minski, Michelle Gazes, Shelly Alford, 
Anne Mills, Monica Eidelman, Georgie 
Krause, Sharon Wilcox 

Delta SIg B — Brian Buzzeo, Rusty Ma- 
brey, Frank Lawton, Brad Baldwin, Brett 
Sleight, Dave McCollam 



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Flag Football 






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G.D.I. 


7—0 


Poor Boys 


6—1 


Delta Sig 


3—4 


RUDD 


4—3 


Outsiders 


2—5 


Chi Phi 


2—5 


S.A.E. 


2—5 


S.A.W.B. 


2—5 


Chi Omega 


3—2 


Independents 


4—1 


Poor Girls 


4—1 


A. P.O. Women 


1—3 


Delta Sig Lll Sis 


1—5 



Poor Boys — Todd Shapiro, Dean De Cen- 
cio, Jay Tate, Eric Garvey, Bruce Grain, 
Randy McGauley, Peter Gonrady, Doug 
Schmidt, John Salamone, Rich Hans, Mike 
Gheek, Kurt Hansen, Al Gararo. 



Rudd — Jamie Avins, Yoonsok Kim, Larry 
Frank, Reggie Frye, Paul Sykes, Dave Hol- 
comb. Brad Baldwin, Stewart Keller, Ghris 
Eidson. 

Chi — Lauren Bishop, Denise Wood, Lisa 
Galdwell, Garol Morgan, Cuynelle Brown, 
Suzi Schobert, Wendy McKelvey, Traci 
Johnston. 

Outsiders — Marc Naef, Imad Darwish- 
Hussamy, Ghafic Sinno, Khalil Hourani, 
Todd Williams, Manoli Platanis, Olah 
Smith. 



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S.A.E. Pledges — Terrance Patterson, Johnny White, Hoist Beall, Antho- 
ny Antar, Christian Kledal, D.J. Badjistra, Scott Smith. 



A. P.O. — Debi Cardone, Biya Khan, Diane 
Dubay, Irene LaVita, Beth Smith, Casey 
Chosewood, Ken Jackson, Joe Helwig, 
Randy Padgett. 




HIPS — Richard Briggs, Mack Van't Reit, 
Barry Carswell, Cris Flint, Monica Eidel- 
man, Phillip Huey. 



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W L 


Trailblazers 


9—0 


Poor Boys 1 


7—2 


Delta SIg A 


4—4 


Outsiders 


0—6 


S.A.E. 1 


3—4 


Chi Phi 


4—4 


Poor Boys II 


5—2 


A.P.O. 


3—3 


K.A. 


3—4 


HIPS 


1—5 


New S.A.W.B. 


1—5 


RUDD 


3—3 


S.A.W.B. Classic 


2—4 


S.A.E. Pledges 


4—2 


G.D.I. 


6—1 


Delta Sig B 


0—6 


Chi Omega 


4—1 


Independents/A.K.I. 


6—1 


Poor Girls 


3—2 


A.P.O. Women 


1—3 


Delta Sig Lil Sis 


1—5 



S.A.E. — Harris Targovnik, David Turner 
Joe Del Rocini, Greg Steele, Ron Kraynik 
Wendy McKelvey. 



Delta Sig Lil Sis — Jennifer O'Brien, Stacy Bronstein, 
Theresa Ryan, Mara Delaney, Jennifer Perry. 








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Delta Sig — Yoonsok Kim, Seoung Lee, Frank Russo- 
Alesi, Rich Fischer, Bill Sharpe, Mark Knautz. 

Blue Jays — Matt Duggan, Misty Reid, Mike Gates, Kevin 
Southern, Marty Eastlack, Jonathan Spanier, Rich Wal- 
lace, Rich Hans, Tim Ray, Brad Isaacson, Anjie Rupe. 



Intramurals 



Changes in Action (cont) 




Chi Phi — Dario Comuzzi, James Smith, Bill Teto, Scott Einbinder, John Reilly. 




A.P.O. — Rhonda Hickman, Vicki Smith, Irene LaVita, A.P.O. — Doug Dubay, Irene LaVita, Johnny White, Diane 
Biya Khan. Dubay, Stacy Gates, Cindy Crawford, Charlie Woodford, 

Ken Jackson, Joe Helwig. 



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Orqanizations 



Men's Dorm 
Council 



Hoist Beall, Doug Schmitt, Ernie Thomason, 
Brett Sleight, Mark Knautz, Johnny White 



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Student 
Caucds 



Kim Reid, Lisa Barns, Kecia McGlothan, Don- 
na Barros, Timika Swain, Kim Ellis, Shawn 
Edwards, Lisa Latimer, Jervett Nunn, Kim 
Laurel, Angela Donaway. not pictured: Shar- 
on Wilcox, Terri Harris, Ms. Fran Flowers, 
Gary Ford, Terrenes Patterson 



Academic 
Committee 



CeeCee Jenkins, Vicki Vietor, Eric Mehnert, 
Jessica Bagley. not pictured: Jeanne Carolan, F 
Harry Frazer 



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Men's Dorm Council/BSC Academic Committee 



Yamacraw 




Marty Eastlack, Doris Rojas, Paige Collier, Kathleen McDermott, Laura Brian, Joanne 
Jarosz, Diane Dubay, Julie Wilson, CeeCee Jenkins, Stacey Bronstein, Scott Haight, 
Angela Wilson, not pictured; Johnny White, Jackie Woodard 




p-T- Tower 



Shari Booth, Nikki May, Matt Gambino, Antonella Grandi, Jessica Bagley, 
Marty Eastlack 



Yamacraw/Tower 



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Executive Round Table 




Guynelle Brown, Marty Eastlack, Jennifer Perry, Stacey Bronstein, Carol Lanier, Rise Nachman, Diane Dubay, 
Naomi Hamby, Chris Erckert, Frank Lawton, Mary Howard, Scott Soloway, Doug Schmitt, Harry Frazer, David 
Turner, Tom James, Becky Gess, Brian Buzzeo, Larry Rollins, Brad Baldwin, Ken Jackson, Penni Reid 



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Executive Round Table 



University Programming 

Committee 




Dr. Orme, Hank Bunnell, Kerstm Pierce, Marty Eastlack, Darryl Wade, Marshall Nason, Dr. 
Carlisle 



Food Committee 




Diane Dubay, Naomi Hamby, Carol Morgan, CeCe MuUings, Tom James, Carol Lanier 



University Programming Committee/Food Committee 



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Oglethorpe Student 
Association 




Doug Schmitt — Senior Class President, Mauricio Amaya — Junior Class President, Chris Erckert — Vice President, Paige 
Collier — Freshman Class President, Rise Nachman — Treasurer, Ray Lucas — President, David Turner — Sophomore Class 
President, Harry Frazer — Parliamentarian, CeCe MuUings — Secretary (not pictured) 



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Oglethorpe Student Association 



Senate 




Tom James — Sophomore, Kerstin Pierce — Sophomore, Chris Erckert — Senior, Marty Eastlack — Sen- 
ior, Lara Smith — Freshman, Rusty Mabrey — Junior, Bonnie Boles — Junior, Dawn Fladseth — Fresh- 
man, Carol Lanier — Junior, Mary Howard — Sophomore, Anthony Antar — Freshman, Becky Gess — 
Senior, Terrance Patterson — Freshman, Frank Russo-Alesi — Senior, Johnny White — Sophomore, Na- 
omi Hamby — Junior, and Casey Chosewood (not pictured) 



Senate 



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Resident Assistants 




Darryl Wade, Ray Lucas, Penni Reid, Richard Briggs, Carol Lanier, Dean Wheeler, Jim Owen, Ruth Ryan, Naomi Hamby, Pat 
Bryant, Casey Chosewood, Marty Eastlack and Kathleen Ganey 



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Resident Assistants 



Women's Dorm Council 




Deda Walker, Stacey Bronstem, Michon Hall, Catherine Gay, Guynelle Brown, Anjie Rupe, Diane Dubay, Bonnie Boles, 
Barbara Shadomy, Carol Lanier, Kerstin Pierce, Mary Howard 




Marty Eastlack, Penni Eeid and Carol La- 
nier enjoy each others company at an RA 
outing held this past tall at Dean Wheel- 






Women's Dorm Council 



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Oglethorpe Christian 
Fellowship 




Ldrry Rollins, Cindy Crawford, Diane Dubay, Denise Mont, Randy Padgett, Paige Collier, Jacgue Gentry, Debi Cardone, 
Ken Jackson, Trina Crowder, Sonya Marvel, Harvey Birth, Ruth Ritch, Scott Allen, Dawn Ellis, Leslie Taylor, Maureen 
Rowe, Karen Poe, Ernie Tomason, Penni Reid, Stacy Gates, Joe Helwig 



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Oglethorpe Christian Fellowship 



Catholic Student Association 



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Christine Merman, Mary Howard, Kim Rouleau, Lisa Quinn, Liz Miello, Ruth Ryan, Terri WaU, Beatriz Lopez, Ann 
Northernton, Theresa Ryan, Theresa BarnhiU, Catherine Huthnance, Tom James, Bill Sharpe, Kathleen McDermott, Brian 
Buzzeo, Frank Lawton 



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University Singers 




Cindy Crawford, Leah Hughes, Ken Jackson, Dr. John Cramer, Katherine Sjoblom, Casey Chosewood, Denise Mont, Gina 
Yuille, Elizabeth Morey, Lisa Quinn, Dr. Victoria Weiss, Kelly Galberaith, Greg Ray, Ernie Thompson, Jennifer Soria, 
Renee Byland, Catherine Huthnance, Gretchen Schmidt, Margaret Barnes, Jervett Nunn, Diane Dubay, Shari Booth, 
Catherine Gay, Bill Porter, Mauricio Amaya, Lyle Jennings, Wendy Baker, Chans Andrews, Trina Crowder, Elizabeth 
Bridgers, Helen Maddox, Diedre Tolbert, Jim Gleeson, Ray Coleman, Larry Rollins, Mark Bryant, Joe Helwig, Tom 
Johnson, Ann Crump, Sonya Anderson, Debbie Cardone, Kerstin Pierce, Michele Hoot 



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University Singers 




The University Singers programs and rep- 
ertoire has greatly expanded this year under 
the direction of Dr. Ann Jones. 

The Singers first concert of the year on Oc- 
tober 22nd was entitled "Celebration 1685" 
and included works of Bach and Handel, who 
were both born in 1685. The Singers were 
accompanied by a chamber orchestra and 
had several featured soloists. 

The traditional Boars Head Ceremony re- 
ceived an added touch in the musical selec- 
tion as the Singers performed along with the 
Atlanta Brass Sextet. 

In a new experience for the University, the 
Singers performed a joint program with The 
First United Methodist Church in Thomaston, 
Georgia on December 8th. 

The Singers also performed at a lot of lun- 
cheons and parties for such groups as the 
Rotary, Kimberly Clark, The Board of Trust- 
ees and the University's Faculty-Staff Christ- 
mas party at the Capitol City Country Club. 




University Singers 



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Phi Alpha Thetd 



Angela Wilson, CeeCee Jenkins, 
Liz Solomillo, Mdrcia McGuigan, 
Dr. Knippenberg, Stacy Mc- 
Donald, Joe Del Rocini, Hank 
Bunnell, David Anderson, Dr. 
Key, Shari Booth, John Van't Reit, 
Mr. Hudson, Chris Erckert, Becky 
Gess, Marilyn Merrifield, Tony 
Petty 




Sigma Tau Delta 




Dr. Clark, Nancy Alexander, Shan Booth, Meg McGuinness, Hariett Powell, Penni Reid, 
Antonella Grandi, CeCe MuUings 



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Phi Alpha Theta/Sigma Tau Delta 



Alpha Chi 




Gretchen Schmidt, Penni Reid, Cmdy Bjurmark, Guynelle Brown, Helen Bourne, Diane Dubay, Chris Erckert, Dr. Clark, 
Robert Strozier, Carol Lanier, Bonnie Boles, Brett Sleight, Dr. Rulison 




Psi Chi 



Dr. Kerr, Diane Dubay, Sue McCue, Tammy Locklear, Laura Tritten, Dr. Moffie, Robert 
Strozier, Frank Beaty, Mark Sikorski 



Alpha Chi/Psi Chi 



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Psychology/Sociology 
Club 




Lisd Quinn, Laura Brian, Dr. Kerr, Robert Strozier, Kathenne Sjoblom, CeeCee Jenkins, Laura Triftin, 
Jerrie Thompson, Dr. Moifie, Dr. Vardeman, Mark Sikorski, Laura Rankin, Dr. Stone, Hank Bunnell (not 
pictured) 



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Psychology/Sociology Club 



English Club 




Hank Bunnell, Catherine Huthnance, Nancy Alexander, CeeCee Jenkins, Barbara Adair, Katherine Sjoblom, Lesa 
Welch, Leah Hughes, Shari Booth, Pat Yates, Kathy King, Marilyn Merrifield, Vicki Veitor, Mary Carol Geddis, Penni 
Reid, Kevin Adams, Antonella Grandi, CeCe MuUings, Tom Johnson, Ryan McMuUem, James Leggat, Eric Smith, 
Chuck Truett, Dr. Fusillo 



English Club 



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Accounting Club 




Sonya Marvel, Maureen Murray, Barbara Shadomy, Tracy Goldman, Carol Lanier, Marie 
Wesley, Patrick Berry, Michele Smith, Dr. Baker, Dominic DeSantis, Joe Helwig 



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Accounting Club 



International Club 




Veronica Maldeonado, Mack Van't Reit, Eileen Gomez, Biya Khan, Colin Bannerman, Catherine 
Huthnance, Aripin Tansil, Antonella Grandi, Michelle Hoot, Monica Eidelman, Genie Setton, 
Islamiai Ipaye, Mauricio Amaya, Connie Duque, Alfian Tansil, Melina Matsi 



International Club 



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Phi Beta Lambda 



Karen Bates, Joanne Jarosz, Bar- 
bara Shadomy, Diane Dubay, He- 
len Bourne, Lizabeth Smith, Debt 
Cardone, Irish SheUon, Amy 
Glover, Sonya Marvel, Scott 
Haight, Brent Bishop, Dr. Hether- 
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Circle K 




left Masso, Kevm Walmsley, Steve Cumbee, Robert Strozier, Anne Marie Bowen, Darryl Wade, 
Joey Masdon, Manole Platanis, Mike Glance, Pat Capes 



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Phi Beta Lambda/ Circle K 



Rotoract 




Nina Colman, Lisa Guthrie, Karen Bates, Annette Hansen, Sunny White, Barbara Shadomy, Johnny White, 
Bonnie Boles, Terri Abernathy, Mauricio Amaya, Christian Kledal, Jukka Siukossari 



Rotoract 



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Fellowship of Christian 

Athletes 




Marty Eastlack, Gina Yuille, Diane Dubay, Bucky Reynolds, Anjie Rupe, Doug Schmidt, Harry 
Frazer 



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Larry Rollins, Catherine Huthnance, Guynelle Brown, Suzi Schobert, Jennifer Perry, Ruth 
Ryan, Ladonna Barros, Marty Eastlack 



Karate Club 




Catherine Huthnance, Johnny White, Suzi Schobert, Guynelle Brown, Anne Mills, Deda 
Walker, Wendy Eleswich, Colin Bannerman, Philip Huey, Mack Van't Reit 



Outdoors Club/Karate Club 



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Thalian Society 




Antonio Herrero, Arapin Tansil, John Anderson, Sandy Roberts, Chris Carter, Dr. Victoria Weiss, 
Vicki Anderson, Bonnie Boles, Jessica Bagley, Dr. Ken Nishimura, Liz Soiomillo, Barbara Sha- 
domy, Emily Yen, Laura Rankin, Tony Dahl, Nancy Robertson, Eyo Eyo, Kevin Southern, Dr. 
Phillip Neujahr, Joseph Knippenberg, Bruce Crain, Harry Frazer 



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Thalian Society 



Off Campus Committee 




Sean Edwards, Deidre Parker, Marc Cash, Alexander Smith, Tammy Locklear, Charles Wood- 
ford, Sandra Arango, Kim Reid, Eric Mehnert, Vicki Viator, J.C. Alzamora, Robert Strozier, Susan 
Wung 



Off Campus Committee 



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Oglethorpe Players 




Harry Frazer, Rise Nachman, Johnny White, Rhonda Hickman, Tom Johnson, James Legett, Joey 
Masdon, Mark Wilson, Kerstin Pierce, Leslie Taylor, Darryl Wade, Kim Rouleau, Larry Rollins 



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Chris Erckert, Diane Dubay, Bonnie Boles, Marty Eastlack, Kathleen Ganey, Cecilia Mullings, 
Carol Lanier, Ray Lucas, Naomi Hamby, Dr. Vardeman, Dean Waldner, Becky Gess, Pennl Reid, 
Rich Fischer, Dr. Key, Scott Soloway, Dr. TuUy 



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Who's Who at 




Mauricio Amaya 



Jessica Bagley 





Bonnie Boles 



Guynelle Brown 



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Casey Chosewood 





Phillip Deal 



Diane Dubay 




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Marty Eastlack 



Who's Who 



Chris Erckert 



Rich Fischer 



Oglethorpe 




Becky Gess 




Ken Jackson 



Naomi Hamby 





Ray Lucas 



Sue McCue 



Penni Reid 




Larry Rollins 



Frank Russo-Alesi 



Scott Soloway 



Who's Who 



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Stormy Petrel 




Cindy Crawford, Trina Crowder, Diane Dubay, Charlotte Harris, Mic Stafford, Larry Rollins, Kathy King, 
Tom Johnson, Carol Morgan, Corrin Kent, James Leggat. Not pictured: Kaylen Biggins, Kevin Adams, 
Dave McCoUam, Kathy Bocko, Hank Bunnell, Jessica Bagley, Scott Soloway, Shari Booth, Susan Butler, 
Harry Frazer, Cris Flint, Stacy Gates, Gary Hand, Lyle Jennings, Vicki Smith, Dana Dratch 



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Stormy Petrel 



Interfraternity Council 




Jeff Provissiero, Greg Steele, Joe Del Rocini, Ron Kraynik, Terrance Patterson, 
Jonathan McLeod, Harris Targovnik 



Interfrdternity Council 



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Politics & Pre-Law 

Association 



Matt Gambino, Ben Bagwell, Chris Erckert, 
Rusty Mabrey, Judy Mitcham, Dr. Victoria 
Weiss, Jonathan Johnson, Andy Geeter, Bill 
Clifton, Jessica Bagley, Rise Nachman, Dr. 
Phil Neujahr 




Student Education 

Association 



Gwen Kendrick, Angela Wilson, Marcia 
McGuigan, CeeCee Jenkins, Katherine Con- 
rad, Jeanne Carolan, Doug Schmitt 




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PPLA/SEA 



Alpha Phi Omega 




Charles Woodford, Cindy Bjurmark, Karen Poe, Larry Frank, Amy McGown, Diane Dubay, Leslie 
Taylor, Susan Butler, Randy Padgett, Johnny White, Debi Cardone, John Jarrard, Dr. Kerr, Emily Yen, 
Rhonda Hickman, Robert deMatheu, Cindy Crawford, Trina Crowder, Cliff Robertson, Ernie Toma- 
son, Mark Bryant, Biya Khan, Julie Wilson, Denise Enneking, Phil Deal, Larry Rollins, Vicki Smith, Joe 
Helwig, Stacy Gates 





APO President, Diane Dubay, is active in 
many school activities. 

Getting ready for Casino Night at the APO 
Region IV Convention at the Atlanta 
American Hotel are Cindy Crawford, Phil 
Deal, Stacy Gates, and Randy Padgett. 



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Chi Omega 




Denise Wood, Lauren Bishop, Wendy McKelvey, Chris Cassidy, Angie Morrison, Jacqueline 
Hernandez, Courtney Joye, Renee Byland, Sherry Sing, Ruth Ritch, Julie Wilson, Laura Beding- 
field, Christine Graf, Carol Morgan, Stacy McDonald, Dorothy Saltmer, Tract Bell, Margaret 
Turcotte, Michelle Harrison, Tracy Johnston, Catherine Huthnance, Susan Street, Claudia Puc- 
cio. Not pictured: Kelli Hiett, Dee Pickett, Renee Becker, Emily Yen, Liz Morey 



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Chi Omega 




Taking time out of the Chi-O/SAE mixer 
for a pose are Sherry Sing, Julie Wilson, 
lacgueline Hernandez, Stacy McDonald 
and Angle Morrison. 




The angelic sisters of Chi Omega, Naomi 
Hamby, Tract Bell, Margaret Turcotte, 
Christine Graf, Denise Wood, Stacy Mc- 
Donald and lacgueline Hernandez, joyful- 
ly decorate the Oglethorpe Christmas tree 
m the Great Hall. 



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This captive audience oi KA brothers in- 
cludes Robert Strozier, Chris Bolden, Ant- 
onio Dahl, Jonathan McLeod, Jack 
McTighe, and Jeff Provissiero. 

Welcoming Chris Bolden to a formal 
Kappa Alpha gathering are Jeff Provis- 
siero and Jonathan McLeod. Robert Stro- 
zier socializes with an active alumni. 



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This past fall, the Chi Phi's sponsored a 
welcome back barbeque at Hermance Sta- 
dium. 

Keith Nabb, Bill Teto, John Pence, 
Jon Reilly, Scott Einbinder, Matt 
Hunter, James Smith, Dario Co- 
muzzi, Judi Hartlage. 



Watchmg Tim Ray hit the ball. Bill Cattone 
anticipates a Chi Phi victory during an in- 
termural game last spring. 



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Chi Phi 



Chi Phi 




Michelle Payne, Rhonda Hickman, Elizabeth Bridgers, James Leggat, James Smith, Dario Comuzzi, 
Jimmy Burke, Kelly Futch, Ron Vaughn, Tom Johnson, Keith Nabb, Jud Hartlage, Jim Kuchmski, Bill 
Teto, John Pence, Matt Hunter, Jonathan Spanier, Bud Granger, Gary Hand, Jon Rawls, Jon Reilly, 
Scott Einbinder, Andy Weiler. not pictured: Mike Steele, David Murdico, Dr. Charlton Jones 




Kathy King, Laurie Lee, Jackie Li- 
berman, Rhonda Hickman, Clau- 
dia Puccio, Elizabeth Bridgers, 
CeCe MuUings, Michelle Payne, 
not pictured: Robin Porter, Kelly 
Futch, Becky Gess, Anjie Rupe, 
Lenni Bunin, Rina Silverman, Na- 
omi Hamby, Kelli Hiett, Michelle 
Gazes 



During the ccxDkout, Chi Phi little sisters 
Robin Porter, CeCe Mailings, and Mi- 
chelle Gazes collect donations for the li- 
brary fund from Georgia Krause while 
Andy Weiller checks the funds. 



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Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Freshman Orientation gives returning stu- 
dents an opportunity to inform new stu- 
dents about their organization. Ray Lucas, 
Stacy McDonald, David Turner, and Sean 
LaPides discuss the hi-lights of their sum- 
mer vacations. 



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Terrance Patterson, Johnny White, Christian Kledal, Fred DeLoach, Hoist Beall, Clayton Cornell, 
Michael Jones, Matt Stein, Scott Smith, Jim Powers 



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Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Sue McCue, Chris Cassidy, Wendy McKelvey, Cathy Castagna, Jill Ashton, Donna Adair, Kathleen McDer- 
mott, Kelly Morgan, Beatrice Lopez, Terrance Patterson, Ray Lucas, David Turner, Hoist Beall, Michael 
Jones, Scott Soloway, Ron Kraynick, Clayton Cornell, Chris Erckert, Tom James, Christian Kledal, Fred 
DeLoach, Gary Ford, Greg Steele, Joe DelRocini, Jim Powers, Frank Beaty, JayCee Groce, Harris Targov- 
nik. Mack Van't Rett, D.J. Badjistra, Sean LaPides, Kerstin Pierce, Anthony Antar, Scott Smith not pictured: 
Matt Stein, Ross Lipman, Thair Hanaway, Mark Fenng, Johnny White, Stacy McDonald, Catherine Gay, 
Jennifer Francik, Gayle Gallagher, Faith Smith 



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Delta Sigma Phi 





Heidi Dawson, Jennifer Gamblin, Renee Byland, Charts Andrews, Jennifer O'Brien, Karen Poe, Maureen 
Whalen, Theresa Ryan, Mara Delaney, Natalie Farr, Stephanie Dungan, Babita Persaud, Katherine 
Sjoblom, Stacy Bronstein, Mary Howard, Maureen Rowe, Annette Hansen, Terri Wall, Jennifer Perry, 
Ruth Ryan 



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Delta Sigma Phi 




Hank Bunnell, Dave McCoUam, Harry Frazer, Gabriel Arango, Brad Baldwin, Mark Knautz, Brian Buzzeo, Bret 
Sleight, Frank Lawton, Bill Sharpe, Frank Russo-Alesi, Rich Fischer, Foster Harbin, Dr. Michael Rulison, 
Richard Briggs, Bill Porter, Yoonsuk Kim, Mauricio Amaya, Rusty Mabrey, Casey Chosewood, Larry Frank, 
Stewart Keller, Ben Bagwell, Sonny Lee, Reggie Frye not pictured: Steve Kim 




Delta Sigma Phi brothers, Frank Russo- 
Alesi and Dave McCoUam take advantage 
of Rush Week to tell Richard Yen and Tom 
Sheridan about the advantages of being in 
a fraternity. 



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The cheerleaders, along with the 

pep club, created activities 

and competitions that lead to 

A Week of Spirit 



Throughout the week, the cheerleaders and 
pep club sponsored "dress-up days." Hat day, 
sunglass day, button day, and black and gold 
day gave students a chance to show their spirit 
by dressing accordingly. Near the end of the 
week, the spirit started growing. The bon-fire, 
which took place the night before the basketball 
game, gave students an opportunity to gather 
and show their spirit. The climax of the week 
was the announcement of the winners of Lord 
and Lady Oglethorpe. 

Jeff Provissiero and Lara Smith were spon- 
sored by Kappa Alpha, Rusty Mabrey and Jen- 
nifer Perry by Delta Sigma Phi, Johnny White 
and Annette Hansen by Rotaract, Frank Beaty 
and Natasha Driskell by Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Joe Helwig and Paige Collier by OCF, Todd 
Shapiro and Jennifer Gamblin by the Poor Boys, 
Tomas Hernandez and Lauren Bishop by Chi 



Omega, Ken Jackson and Karen Poe by Alpha 
Phi Omega, and Tom Johnson and Kathy King 
by Chi Phi. The finalists were announced during 
half-time. It was during the dance, sponsored by 
S.A.E. and O.S.A., that the winners. Rusty Ma- 
brey and Jennifer Perry, were announced. Delta 
Sigma Phi had sponsored the winners of Lord 
and Lady Oglethorpe twice in a row. Terri Aber- 
nathy and Frank Russo-Alesi were crowned in 
1985. 

The newly formed pep club provided much of 
the "pepping up" of the students. In addition to 
the bon-fire, they also sponsored a banner com- 
petition for the game. The top three banners 
were from Roataract, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and 
Alpha Phi Omega. Although the basketball 
team lost by three points to Shorter, the week 
ended with a positive attitude about school spir- 




Homecoming 





Homecoming 



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Boar's Head 



A new setting was not the only 
change that occurred this year at 
the Boar's Head Cerennony. Due 
to the popularity of the program 
that marks the beginning of the 
Christmas season at Oglethorpe 
University, the event was moved 
from the over-crowded Hearst 
Hall to Lupton Auditorium. 

Since 1976, the Boar's Head 
Ceremony has been the occasion 
for the induction of new members 
of Omicron Delta Kappa national 
leadership honor society. Initiates 
include students Bonnie Boles, 
Christopher Erckert, Rich Fi- 
scher, Becky Gess, Naomi 
Hamby, Carol Lanier, Cece Mull- 
ing, Penni Reid, and Scott 
Soloway, and staff member Kath- 



leen Ganey. 

The installation ceremony was 
complemented by a number of 
musical selections and a holiday 
reading by Dr. Brad Stone. The 
University Singers under the di- 
rection of Dr. Ann Jones per- 
formed a short Christmas con- 
cert. Musical selections were also 
performed by The Second Sun- 
day Consort which includes Dr. 
Ron Carlisle and vocalist Dr. Vic- 
toria Weiss, and the Atlanta 
Brass Sextet of the Salvation 
Army. 

The festive occasion was fol- 
lowed by a reception in the Great 
Hall of Hearst and the Christmas 
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Miss Yamacraw 




^ Rene e Byland. Kerstin Pierce, Ann Marie 
,. fipiiion^TraH Bell, and Karen Bates. 




Weeks of practice, one night of perfor- 
mance, a lifetime of memories 

Miss Yamacraw 



The audience became suddenly quiet. 
The girls on stage seemed to all hold their 
breath as the emcees announced the run- 
ner-ups and the winner of the Miss Yama- 
craw Pageant. The second runner-up was 
Miss Anne-Marie Bowen. "First runner- 
up, Miss Rise Nachman." Suddenly there 
was a dead silence across the auditorium. 
"The winner is . . . Miss Stacy Gates." 
Stacy broke out into tears as Bonnie 
O'Harrow Williamson crowned her as the 
new queen. 

Every contestant had competed in 
three categories, which were a private in- 
terview, fashion and talent. The inter- 
views were held earlier in the afternoon on 



the day of the pageant. For her talent, 
Stacy held a mini fashion show displaying 
some of her sewing and knitting creations. 
Along with her great craftmanship, Stacy 
proved to be a good speaker. Rise, spon- 
sored by the Oglethorpe Players, per- 
formed two dramatic pieces in which she 
portrayed characters with opposite per- 
sonalities. The first character was named 
Olga and the second one was Blanche 
from a Streetcar Named Desire. Circle K 
sponsored Anne-Marie Bowen, who dis- 
played a tremendous talent of dance 
when she performed a brilliant routine to 
"They're Playing Our Song." 



In tears of joy, Stacey Gates walks down the 
stage after being crowned Miss Yamacraw 
1986. 




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From the first day of school 
to bid day, for Freshman its . . . 

Time to Rush 



Rush was one of the most exciting periods of 
the Fall. For the Greek system, it was a time in 
which each chapter determined its future. Each 
fraternity scrambled to meet and get to know as 
many of the incoming male students as they 
could. Competition between them is relatively 
boldless. 

Leading into Rush was a series of open parties 
held by each of the four fraternities in early 
September. This year, Kappa Alpha conducted 
a joint party with Delta Sigma Phi; Chi Phi had a 
large open party at their house as well. Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, known for its tradition of 'great 



themes for great parties', transformed the stu- 
dent center into an actual jungle, complete with 
bamboo, vines, and crickets for its "Jungle Mad- 
ness" event. 

Following the parties, each fraternity served a 
dinner at its house and presented itself to the 
rushees. The serious aspects of fraternity life 
are presented, and questions are answered. At 
the end of the week, the fraternities decided 
which rushees they wanted to join their chap- 
ters, and bids went out. Rush 1985 was a roar- 
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for studies, the time is the 

Afternoon 




Oglethorpe Students had no great love 
for anything that interfered with their lei- 
sure time in the afternoons (if they were 
lucky enough to have some)! Nothing 
would have been better than to go back to 
the room and relax. But most afternoons 
were filled with some type of activity. If 
students were not in a lab course then they 
were usually at a work-study job. Having 
to practice tennis, soccer, or cross country 
also took up many afternoons. 

"What I love about college the most is 



that you can get out of class by eleven 
o'clock and have the entire afternoon to 
do something rather than go to class." said 
Paige Collier. 

"If I didn't have a work-study job 1 
wouldn't know what to do with my after- 
noons. After all its too early to study but its 
too late to have class. My job keeps me 
busy and allows me to pay for college." 
said Yvonne Hamby. 




Afternoons 



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■ Keeping ill shape is even more important 

r Gary Ford than to the average student. Ga 

plans on joining the Marines after graduatii 

fromOolethorpe. (Frank Beaty is spott 

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Karate keeps a person in shape and helps a Lifting weights is just one of the many parts of 
person to learn to defend himself. Mack Jacque Gentry's exercise program. (Paige 
Van't Reit and Phillip Hughey spar in the Pit. Collier is seen riding the bike in the back- 
ground.) 





Keeping in Shape 



To stay trim or to just feel good, students 
everywhere will try anything to 

Keep In Shape 



As the stress for physical fitness became a 
national obsession, the concept of recreational 
activities began to change. On campus the pit 
offered a small amount of equipment to give 
students a chance to get in shape without having 
to leave the campus. 

To keep in shape some students participated 
in the sports that were offered. If students did 
not have the time for a varsity sport they could 
have joined the Karate Club or they could have 
exercised with the group that did aerobics. 

A few students like Anne-Marie Bowen 



sought elsewhere to keep in shape. Ann-Marie 
on a regular basis had dancing lessons. (Which 
she had an opportunity to show off her talent 
during the Ms. Yamacraw Pageant.) "Dancing 
has been a very big part of my life. I find it a very 
beneficial way to keep in shape and to have 
fun." 

Whether fitness was sought in sports, dance, 
weight lifting or just jogging around the campus, 
students could always be seen trying to satisfy 
their desire to keep in shape. 





Aerobics are a great way to keep in shape for 
Ruth Ryan. "The great thing about aer objt 
is that you can fit the worl< M<feintfl 
ule." 





Keeping in Shape 



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Getting together 



Getting Together 



During meals, friends gathered at their 
usual table (or sometimes tables when nec- 
essary) to just be together or to catch up 
on the latest gossip. On weekends (and 
some weeknights) friends got together to 
party or to hang out together, (sometimes 
even to study!) Some groups got to be 
known as cliques. 

But whether cliques or just good 
friends, people liked being together. 
Through studying and partying students 
grew closer while being together. "What I 
like about college is that you live with all of 



your friends. This gives you an opportuni- 
ty to know them better than any in your 
life. High school friends were great — but 
the friends I have made in college mean 
much more to me," told an anonymous 
freshman. 

During the holiday vacations many 
groups got together and stayed at a 
friend's home. "I think it will be a long 
time before Ray Lucas' mother forgets all 
of the SAE's that stayed at their home 
over Spring Break, there were fourteen of 
us!" said an SAE brother. 




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Friendships 



Meeting outside the mailroom is a very com- 
mon occurence. Dave Holcomb and Paul 
Sykes get together after getting their mail. 



Through thick or think rain or shine, 
you'll always have 

FRIENDS 




Webster defined a friend as "A person 
who knows, likes, and trusts; a favored 
companion." Inspired by new college 
friends, an Oglethorpe freshman wrote 
her feelings on friendship among college 
students — 

"There are so many people here. 
But none as special as them. 
There to cry over my loss. 
There to rejoice in my gain. 
Leaving me alone when 1 need it, 
Taking me places when I want it. 
Yelling at me when 1 make mistakes. 
Pampering me when 1 am sick. 
Seeming to always sense my needs, 
Seeming to always learn about me. 
Continually coming closer and closer, 
Learning to live with me day by day. 



There were many stages of friendship; 
mere acquaintances, brothers (or sisters), 
and "best" friends. In high school, friends 
were buddies. They were people one 
spent time with and were fun to be 
around. In college, friends were so much 
more. You could learn with friends, and 
mature with friends, laugh and cry with 
friends. A friend knew all about you and 
loved you just the same, even when you 
drank the last Coke or ate his 

(continued on page 170). 




Friendships 



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Friendships (cont.) 



or her last piece of pizza. 

In college, friends were there because 
they wanted to be there. Friends typed 
your papers when they had their own to 
type. Friends brought you a sandwich 
when you studied straight through dinner. 
Friends had that perfect shirt for you to 
borrow Saturday night {even if they were 
planning to wear it). A friend made you go 
to class for your own good and would skip 
his or her class to help you master a con- 
cept before a test. A friend drove you 
home safely after you've had one too 
many drinks. Friends did these things, 
plus much more. 

A famous poet, A. Bradley, summed 
friendship up in eight lines — 



"Friends will always see you through, 
Believe in things you want them to. 
Feel happy when your dreams come true, 
That's just the way friends are. 
Friends will always be right there, 
With wisdom, faith, and strength to share. 
With love that shows how much they care. 
That's just the way friends are." 





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Study Time! 



It was bound to happen every night 
somewhere on the campus. Some 
students went as far to try to do it while 
at their work study job, some even did it 
while in class! Sometimes it became 
nerve-numbing and brain-bruising. It was 
. . . college studies. 

It was a dramatic change, especially 
for those students attempting to major in 
Biology or Chemistry. "While in high 
school I kept above a 4.0 GPA. 1 never 
expected college to be difficult. But I 
find myself almost struggling here." told 
Dawn Mendez. 

Finding a group of people together in 
the girl's first floor lounge was a very 



common sight. "One time I was up until 
four a.m. studying in the girl's lounge 
with Catherine Huthnance and a few 
others for tests we had the next day. We 
alone drank at least twelve cups of 
coffee trying to stay alert." said 
Sophomore Johnny White. 

Staying up late was not unusual for 
students. It seemed that no matter when 
the assignment was given, the students 
waited until the last minute to start 
studying. 



A Coke and a smile helps Carol Lanier continue her 
studying. 





Groupthink! Jon Lekes, Dave Polanco, Greg 

Ray, andj^t^i^^htinen find that studying 

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Jessica Bagley 

Karen Bender 

Dr. William Brightman 

Hank Bunnell 

Claire Carroll 

Dr. Barbara Clark 

Mrs. Fran Flowers 

Harry Frazer 

Blaine E. Gray 

Lisa Guthrie 

Jonathan Jay 

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Eric Mehnert 

Dr. Phil Neujahr 

Dr. Manning Pattillo 

Byrd Perkerson 
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Dr. Mike Rulison 

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STUDENT MESSAGES 


Steph— Thanx for all the GREAT Times! 


D.A.H. Fll love you forever! D.M.E. 


Looking forward to the next 3! Buds 




always— LJ—B.I.O. 


Scott— To the HOT love of my future- 




Sybil 


Ray, Here's to our shadow and to what 




they may represent. You're one of my 


To ASG: Always remember fish, bikes &. 


shadows now. Love you. 


PUL UB 


JAC . . . PSSTWAAHNCMOOPURR! 


JJS ... "I don't appreciate this. Fm here for 


What a year! Love SF. 


an education!" It's been GREAT! STH 


EIT'E TE TATA KUITENKAAN OSAA 


CONGRATS DENISE! See ya in Idaho for 


LUKEA, IDIOOTIT. 


the big event. Love ya RH. 


Darryl — You've been a best friend all year. 


Chi-Phi Pledge Class— '85 It's been great! 


Thanks for the advice & the hugs. — H 


Elizabeth. 


Michelle, Rina & Stacey: Love You— 


Jamers I'll love you forever — Pooh. 


Elizabeth 






To the two Rad Chicks; You've made my 


Bruce, I leave you the Poor Boys with 3 all- 


years at OU the best. I love you. The 


Sports trophies and my earrings. Your 


Studious One. 


Roomie. 






Denise, Good luck with Don and the 


Rich, Thanks for everything Honesty, 


future! STH 


Truth, and Faith. They never die. I love 




you. Me 


McGurtis and family. I hope your years are 




all as happy as mine in '85. Thanks, Doug. 


The Suite! Leen, Ma, & Wen! Pul! 




Canadian Apples! Get off! It's been a great 


Good luck to Casey and the Graduates of 


year! Love, Fm a moose! 


1986! Fll miss you! Debi 


Bucky, Better luck in the next 4 years. D.S. 


Ron, You're the best roommate, I'll 




remember you always. DE 


To B.W.S. and L.A.W.: Thanks for the 




help. Love, AJ. 


MF Thanks for all the special times. Love 




PW 


Here's to a great Chi-Phi year! Love Ya 




KK! 


LJS (aka Sybil) Thanks for the great 




memories! Always remember your 


L— Love and Peace!!— D. M— Who's the 


toothpaste revelation! STH 


walrus? — D. 






Congratulations and best wishes to the ^^^^^ 


Jess— Thanks for the love and friendship. 


Class of 1986— The Yamacraw Staff^^^^^r 


FU love you forever. — H 


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In this annual, we have made an atternpt"to show 
the changes which have developed around us, in- 
cluding those on campus. One may ask, "How are 
the ideas for change initiated?" The University itself 
is subjected to a very interesting process of review, 
which is occurring during the 1985-86 academic 
year. We'd like to familiarize you with this process. 

Every ten years, the Southern Association of Coli 



eges and Schools (SACS), the regional accrediting 
ssociation that Oglethorpe University is associated 
ith, requires a thorough review of university oper- 
ations. This review is known as a "self-study." Ad 
hoc committees are formed consisting of faculty, 
staff, and trustees. Each of the six committees fo- 
cuses its attention on special topics of review, (pur- 
pose, effectiveness/planning, educational pro- 
■ „.^ _prams. faculty, educational support services, and 
administrative processes), in order to assess the pre- 
sent situation, and offer suggestions for changes to 
curtail rising problems in the concerned areas.; 
Chairmen of the six committees are: Dr. Bakef^i'"" 
— Professor Bilancio, Dr. Cramer, Dr. Mosher, Dr. 
Nishimura, and Dr. Valine/Dr. Stone. Reports are 
compiled and submitted to a steering committee; 

headed by Dean John Knott. The final documentof 

review is then submitted to the SACS. i 

The second half of the review process begins 
ith a visiting committee of the SACS coming to 
e Oglethorpe, after reading the self-study report, 
he visiting committeethen submits its own report.; — 
he reaffirmation of Oglethorpe's accreditation is 
sed upon this report. 

According to Dean Waldner, who is in charge of 
e entire self-study review on campus, Ogleth- 
pe's goal is to become one of the top ten colleges 
the southeast. Perhaps after this extensive reas- 
sessment, Oglethorpe University will become one 
of the top ten colleges in the southeast. 




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Df. Louise "Valine 



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— A— 

Abernathy, Terry— 54. 129, 146 

Adair, Barbara — 125 

Adair, Donna— 54, 149 

Adams, Kevin — 54, 125 

Alam, Mazhar — 54 

Alexander, Nancy— 122, 125 

Alford, Shelly— 166, 103 

Allen, Score — 54 

Alzamora, J.C. — 133 

Amaya, Mauricio— 54, 114, 120. 127, 129. 151. 155, 136 

Amerson, G. Malcolm — 34, 42 

Amon.Jeff— 54. 82. 83 

Anderson, David— 2. 33, 122 

Anderson, Lane — 34 

Anderson, Janice — 1 19 

Anderson, John— 118, 132 

Anderson, Sonya — 120 

Anderson, Vicki — 132 

Andrews, Charis— 54, 92, 93, 120, 150, 159 

Anglin, Eddie — 31 

Antar, Anthony— 54, 115, 149, 161. 104 

Arango, Gabriel— 5, 54, 151, 166 

Arango, Sandra — 54, 133 

Ashton. Jill— 149 

Atlassi, Omid — 54 

Aufderheide, Keith — 34 

Avins, Jamie— 5. 54. 104 



Badjistra, Djujan— 4, 90, 104, 188, 149 

Bagley, Jessica— 2, 132, 153, 136, 140 

Bagwell, Ben— 55. 151, 166, 140 

Baker, Donna — 55 

Baker, Doug — 55 

Baker, Keith— 35. 126, 186 

Baker, Wendy— 120 

Baldwin, Brad- 55, 112. 151, 166, 104, 103 

Bannerman. Colin— 55, 127, 131 

Barnes, Margaret — 120 

Barnhill. Teresa— 55. 86, 87, 119 

Barros, Ladonna — 131 

Bates, Karen— 55. 128, 129, 159 

Beall. Hoist— 55, 148, 149, 104 

Beaty. Frank— 55. 123, 149. 164, 155 

Beaudry, Victoria — 55 

Becker, Darci— 46 

Becker, Renee — 55 

Bedingfield, Laura— 55, 162, 142 

Bell, Traci— 55, 159. 142 

Bendek. Rita— 46 

Bender. Karen — 26 

Berenyi. Anna— 19. 162 

Bengston, Carole— 56, 93 

Berkshire, Jack— 32, 97 

Berry. Patrick— 34. 126 

Bertolini, Bonnie— 19, 55 

Biiancio. Leo— 35, 186 

Birth, Harvey— 44, 56 

Bishop, Brent- 56, 128 

Bishop, Lauren— 56, 142, 104, 155 

Bishop, Robin — 56 

Bjurmark, Cindy— 123, l4l 

Bocko, Kathryn— 56, 152, 166 

Bohatt, Jim— 35 

Boisvert, David— 56, 97 



Boles, Bonnie— 56. 115, 117, 123, 129, 132, 168, 156, 

135, 136 
Booth. Shari— 46, 120, 122, 125 
Borrero, Alonso — 46 
Bourne. Helen— 123, 128 
Bowen. Anne Mane— 56, 128, 158, 159. 165 
Boyd. Brenda— 31 
Boyd. Wayne — 31 
Bradley, Patsy— 26 
Brian, Laura — 56, 124 
Bridgers, Elizabeth— 56, 120. 147 
Briggs, Richard— 56, 90, 116, 151. 104 
Brightman, William — 35 
Brooks, Marcie — 57 
Broome, Steven — 57 

Bronstein, Stacey— 46, 112, 117, 151, 106 
Brown, Guynelle— 46, 86, 87, 112, 117, 123, 131, 104, 

102, 136 
Bryant, Mark— 120, 171, 141 
Bryant. Pat— 32, 116, 103 
Bucki, Linda— 24 
Bunin, Lenni — 57, 146 
Bunnell, Hank— 57, 113, 122, 124, 125, 151 
Burke. Jimmy— 57, 169, 147 
Butler, Susan— 46, 141 
Buzzeo, Brian— 57, 112, 119, 151 
Byland, Renee— 46, 92. 93, 120, 150, 159, 142, 103 



— c— 

Caldwell, Lisa— 57, 86, 87, 104, 103 

Capes, Pat— 57, 125, 128, 97, 102, 160 

Cararo, Alfred — 57 

Cardone, Deborah— 57, 118, 120, 128. 104, 141 

Carlisle, Ronald— 35, 113 

Carolan, Jeannie — 2. 46. 140 

Carroll, Claire — 25 

Carswell. Barry— 57, 90, 104 

Carter, Chris— 57, 83, 132, 163 

Carter, Fred — 21 

Cash, Mark— 133 

Cassidy, Christine — 57, 149, 142 

Castagna, Cathy— 47, 149, 173 

Chapin, Julianne — 19 

Chapman, Columbus — 31 

Cheek, Mike— 47, 81, 83, 104 

Chin, Margaret — 58 

Chosewood, Casey— 44. 47, 116, 120. 151, 104, 136 

Chrismer, Lisa — 58 

Clance. Mike— 58. 128. 102 

Clark, Barbara— 35, 122, 123 

Cobb. Terri— 21 

Coleman. Ray — 58, 120 

Collier, Paige— 5, 58, 114, 118, 163, 164, 155 

Colman. Nina— 58, 129, 161 

Comuzzi, Dario— 58, 107, 147, 146 

Conrady, Peter— 58, 83, 104 

Cornell, Clayton— 58. 148, 149, 188 

Grain, Bruce- 83, 132, 104, 189 

Cramer, John— 36, 120, 186 

Crawford, Cindy— 58, 118, 120, 158, 159, 166, 107, 138, 

141 
Crowder, Ttina— 47, 118, 120, 138, 141 
Crump, Ann— 58, 120 
Grumpier, Stacy — 58 
Cumbee, Steven— 58, 128, 166, 102 
Curzio, Lisa — 58 



— D— 

Dahl, Tony— 132, 144 

Darpinian, Jane — 47 

Davenport. Kanna— 20, 59 

Davie. Rhonda— 59 

Dawson. Heidi— 5, 59, 150, 168 

DeGencio, Dean— 59, 82, 83, 166. 104 

Deiser. Laina— 59 

Delaney. Mara— 59. 150, 106, 102 

DeLoach, Fred— 59, 148, 149 

DelRocini,Joe— 122, 149, 106, 138 

de Matheu. Robert— 59, 141 

DeSantis. Dominic — 47, 126 

DiBenedetto, Ghrissy— 13 

Dillingham, Paul — 17 

Donaway, Angela — 59 

Dratch, Dana— 59 

Driskell, Natasha— 59, 100, 155 

Dubay, Diane— 47, 86, 87, 112, 113, 117, 118, 120, 123, 

128, 130, 107, 135, 138, 102, 136. 141 
Duffy, Carol- 22, 23 
Duffy, Henry— 31 
Dungan. Stephanie— 45, 59, 151 
Dunn, Richard— 59 
Duque, Connie — 127, 166 

— E— 

Eastlack, Marty— 45, 57, 112, 113, 115, 116, 130, 131. 106. 

104. 135. 103, 136 
Edwards, Shawn— 59, 133 
Eidelman, Monica— 60, 86, 87 127, 104, 103 
Eidson, Chris— 60, 86, 87, 127, 104, 103 ^ 
Einbinder, Scott— 48, 107, 146, 147 
Eleswich, Wendy— 44, 60, 131 
Ellis, Dawn— 60, 118, 171 
Enneking, Denise — 48, 141 
Erckert, Chris— 2,48, 112, 114, 115, 122, 123, 149, 156, 135, 

136, 140 
Erikson, William — 29 
Ervin, Stephanie — 60 
Evitt, Brent — 60 
Eyo, Eyo— 48, 132 



— F— 

Fadyn, Joseph — 37 

Farr, Natalie— 60, 151 

Feiring, Mark — 1, 61 

Fenstermaker, Andrea — 61 

Ferrey, Jack — 20 

Few, Ron — 27 

Fields, Sheri — 61 

Fischer, Rich— 48, 151, 156, 106, 135, 136 

Fladseth, Dawn— 5, 61, 162 

Fleming, Michelle — 61 

Flint, Cris— 61, 90, 104 

Flowers, Fran — 27 

Ford, Gary— 148, 164 

Ford, Richard— 61, 97 

Foster, Rick— 61, 97 

Franco, Lea— 61, 86, 87 

Frank, Larry— 48, 87, 151, 104, 141 

Frazer, Harry— 62, 83, U2, 114, 130, 132, 151, 135, 189 

Frye, Reggie— 48. 151. 161, 104 

Fusillo. RJ.— 36, 125 



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Galanek. Pam — 62 

Galberaith, Kelly— 62, 93, 120, 188 

Gambino. Matt — 11, 62, 140 

Gamblin.Jennifet— 62, 150, 166, 155 

Ganey. Kathleen— 22, 116, 156, 135 

Garner. Lori — 62 

Garversek, Pat — 62 

Gatvey, Eric— 62, 82, 83, 166, 104 

Gates, Stacy— 44, 62, 118, 159,, 107, 141 

Gates, William— 25 | j 

Gay, Catherine— 1, 48, 117, 120 

Gazes, Michelle— 62, 166, 103, 147 

Geddis, Mary Carol — 125 

Geeter, Andy— 62, 83, 166, 102, 140 

Gentry, Jacque — 5, 62, 164 

Gess, Becky— 48, 112, 115, 122, 156, 135, 137, 146 

Giannakopoulos, Anna — 62 

Gilmore, Janice — 21 

Gleeson, James — 63, 120 

Glover. Amy — 128 

Goldman, Tracy— 63, 126, 100 

Gomez, Eileen — 127 

Graff, Christine— 63, 142 

Graham, Pam — 63 

Grandi, AntoncUa— 63, 122. 125, 127 

Greene, Rebecca — 63, 171 

Groce, Jay Cee — 63, 149 

Guisto. Vic— 161 

Guntner, Beth — 63 

Guthrie, Lisa— 29, 129 



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Hagger, Ron — 63 
Haight. Scott— 63, 128 
Hall, Cle-20 
Hall, Derrick— 63 

Hall, Michon— 63, 87, 117, 104, 102, 103 
Hamby. Naomi— 64, 112, 113, 115, 116, 156, 135, 137 
Hamby, Yvonne— 64, 163, 171 
Hames, Elizabeth — 5, 64, 162 
Hanaway, Thair — 161 
Hand, Gary — 64, 147 
Hans, Richard— 64, 83, 104, 106, 146 
Hansen, Annette— 64, 129, 151, 155 
Hansen, Kurt— 64, 82, 83, 104 
Harbin, Foster— 83, 151 
Harris, Charlotte — 64, 138 
Harrison, Ginny — 64, 171 
Hartman, Eric— 64, 83, 166 
Helmbold,Jill— 64, 188 

Helwig, Joe— 44, 64, 118, 120, 126, 104, 107, 155, 141 
Hernandez, Tomas — 64, 155, 102 
Hernandez, Jacqueline — 142 
Herrero, Antonio — 132 
Hetherington, Bruce— 36, 128 
Hewins, Karen — 64 

Hickman, Rhonda— 65, 107, 134, 141, 147 
Hiett. Kelli— 49 
Holcomb, David— 49, 169, 104 
Holvey. Nest— 24 
Hooker, Rob— 65 

Hoot. Michelle— 44. 65. 120, 127, 173 
Hord, Lee— 65 

Howard, Mary— 65, 112, 115, 117, 119, 151. 171. 104, 
103 



Hudson, Paul— 20, 122 
Hughey, Phillip— 65, 131, 164, 104 
Hughes. Leah— 65. 120, 125 
Hughes, Michelle — 65 
Hunter, Matthew — 65. 146. 147 
Huthnance, Catherine— 44. 65. 119, 120, 125. 127, 131, 
172, 173, 142 



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Ingram. Scott — 65 
Ipaye, Islamiat — 49, 127 
Ipaye, Sekinat Abiola — 49 
Itriago, Beatriz — 49 
Itriago, Maria — 49 



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Jackson, Ken— 44, 49. 112, 118, 120, 104, 107, 155, 137 

James, Tom— 65, 112, 113. 115, 119, 149 

Jaramillo, Margarita — 65 

Jarosz, Joanne — 65, 128 

Jay. Jonathan— 18, 19 

Jenkins, CeeCee— 122. 124. 125. 140 

Jennings, Lyle — 120 

Johnson, Harold — 31 

Johnson, Jonathan — 66, 97, 140 

Johnson Tom~66, 120, 125, 155, 138, 134. 147 

Johnston, Traci— 44, 66, 142, 104 

Jones, Ann — 23 

Jones, Ben — 31 

Jones, Charlton — 37 

Jones, Michael— 5, 66, 148, 149 

Joye, Courtney — 142 

Jrab, Mirvat — 11 

— K— 

Kammski, Jill— 66, 86, 87, 163, 103 

Keller. Stewart— 5. 49. 151, 161, 104 

Kendrick, Gwen— 49, 140 

Kent. Corinn — 66 

Kerr, Nancy— 37, 123, 124, 141 

Key. Brien— 14, 37, 122, 135 

Khan, Biya— 66, 127. 107, 104. 141 

Kim. Yoonsok— 66, 151. 106. 104 

King. Kathy— 66, 125, 159. 155. 138, 147 

Kitchen, Betty — 66 

Kledal. Christian— 4, 66, 129, 148, 149, 104 

Knautz, Mark— 66, 83, 151, 106 

Knippenberg. Joseph— 14, 38, 122, 132 

Knott, John— 17, 186 

Koethers, George — 166 

Krantz, Billy— 66 

Krause, Georgie — 67, 103 

Kraynick, Ron— 67, 149, 106. 138 

Krohn. Kate — 67 



La. Le— 67 

Lahtinen. Katrina — 67, 172 

Lanier, Carol— 67, 112, 113, 115. 116, 117, 123, 126, 172, 

156, 135, 137 
LaPides, Sean— 50. 148. 149 
Latimer. Lisa — 50 
LaVita. Irene— 67. 107. 104 



Lawson. Lillian — 31 

Lawton, Frank— 67. 112, 119, 151, 161, 103 
Lee, Laurie— 50, 171, 146, 147 
Lee, Seoung-Geun- 50, 151, 166, 106 
Leggat,James— 125, 138, 134, 147 
Lekes, John — 172 
Lesesne. Brannon — 67 
Lewis. Kacey — 67 
Lewis. Linda — 67 
Lewis. Jon — 67 

Liberman. Jackie— 50, 166, 103, 147 
Lipman, Ross — 50 
Locklear, Tammy — 67, 123, 133 
Lopez, Beatriz— 68, 119, 149, 161 
Lucas, Ray— 45, 50, 114, 116, 148, 149, 158, 161, 135, 
160, 137 

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Mabrey, Rusty— 68, 115, 151, 155, 103, 140 

Maddox. Helen— 50. 120 

Maldeonado. Veronica — 68, 100 

Marshall, Beverly — 68 

Marvel, Sonya— 44, 68, 118, 126, 128 

Masdon, Joey— 68, 128, 134 

Masso, Jeff— 68, 128 

Matsi. Melina — 127 

Matthews. Carolyn — 25 

Matthews, Dennis — 18 

Jvlatthews, Gwen — 4 

May, Nikki— 68 

Maynard, Carole — 22 

Mehnert, Eric — 69, 133 

Mehsen. Hassan — 69, 83 

Menendez, Dawn — 69, 172 

Merman. Christine — 69, 166 

Merrifield. Marilyn— 14. 21. 122. 125 

Miello, Elizabethe— 69, 119, 166, 168 

Mills, Anne— 69, 131, 103 

Mitcham, Judy— 51, 140 

Mitchell. Kelli— 69 

Mizrahi. Sheryl — 69 

Moffie. Robert— 38, 123, 124. 152 

Mont, Denise— 70. 118. 120 

Moore. Gloria — 28 

Moran, Kelly— 69, 148 

Morey, Elizabeth— 69, 120 

Morgan, Carol— 69. 113. 169, 142, 104, 138 

Morrison, Angela — 70, 142 

Mosher, David— 38, 186 

Moye, Steven — 70 

MuUings, CeCe— 70, 113, 122, 125, 156, 135, 147 

Murray, Maureen — 51, 126 

McArthur, Lloyde— 68, 97 

McCauley, Randy — 83 

McCollam, Dave— 151. 103 

McConnell. Elgin — 30 

McCracken. Mike — 161 

McCue. Sue— 50, 123, 149, 161, 137 

McDermott, Kathleen— 68, 119, 149 

McDonald. Stacy— 122, 148, 161, 142 

McGinnEnnis, Anne — 23 

McGuinness. Meg — 122 

McGown, Amy — 2. 68. 141 

McGuigan, Marcia— 51, 122. 140 

McKelvey. Wendy— 69, 149, 142, 106, 104 

McLeod, Jonathan— 69, 139, 144, 145 



McMullem, Ryan — 125 



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-{vj — R — Smith, Alexander— 133 

Smith, Christine— 30, 31 
Smith, Eric— 75, 125, 166 



Nabb Keith— 70, 161, 147, 146 Ranlcin, Laura- 51, 124, 132 

Nachman. Rise-70, 112, 114, 159, 161, 155, 135, 140 Rawls, Jonathan-72, 147 J^^J;' ^/'""^J'; ,'°^; l^^\ l^ 

Nason, Marshall- 22, 90, 11} j j Ray, Greg- 72, 120, 172 

Neujahr, Phillip— 38, 132, 140 Ray. Tim— 51, 106, 146 

Newon, Hailu— 70 Reid, Kim— 133, 173 

Nguyen, Cecile— 70 Reid, Misty— 93, 106 c ■ u n j _ 

Nick Llovd— 14 39 Reid, Penni-72, 112, 116, 118, 122, 123, 125, 156, 135, ^™'"^' ^'"'^^ '^ 

Nick, uoya i%ij , Smith, Scott-148, 149, 104 

Nilsen, Anders— 20 137 

Nishimura, Ken— 39, 132, 186 ReiUy, Jonathan— 72. 107, 147, 146 

Nissley, Betty— 28 Reynolds, Bucky— 18, 19, 83, 130 

Northernton, Ann — 119 



Smith, Lara— 75. 115, 173, 155 
Smith, Lizabeth— 128, 104 
Smith, Michele — 126 
Smith, Mary — 119 



Smith, Thelma — 31 

Smith, Vicki— 75, 100, 107, 141 



Nunez, Pamela — 70 

Nunn, Jervett— 120 Ritch, Ruth— 72, 118, 142 

Ritchie, Phil— 32 
Robbins, Kara — 72 



_ , J . , ,, Solamillo, Liz— 2, 132 

Richard, Adrma — 26 

D u J r IT Soloway, Scott— 1, 52, 112, 149, 156, 135, 137 
Richards, Lisa— 72 ' , . , ^, , ^^, j 



Somer, Frank — 75 
Soria, Jennie— 75, 86, 87, 120, 161 
Southern, Kevin— 75, 83, 132, 106 
Spooner, Scott— 75, 103 



„ Robertson, Nancy— 132 

— O— D- u J ,^ Stafford, Jessie-15, 31 

Robins, Richard — 24 -^ 

t> u- r-rcc ^n oi ,^, Stallings, David— 75, 97 

Robinson, Cliff— 72, 83, 141 " 

OBrien,Jenn,ler-70, 150, 106, 188 Robinson, Lori-118 ^'^'^°"^- M'chelle-75, 138 

ONeal, Peg-51 Robinson. Mike-31 S'"'^- G'eg-149, 106, 139 

Orme,John-39, 113 Roe, Kimberly-72 Steele, Mike-5 

Owen, Jim-32, 86, 87, 116, 97. 103 r^j^j Doris-73 ^'^'"' ^^"^^'"-^' "■ 1^^, 100, 188 

Ozment, Ken-70. 97 Rollins, Larry-73. 112, 118, 120, 131, 166, 171, 138, Stevens, John-40 

134, 137, 141 
Rossen, Michael — 31 
— P — Rouleau, Kim— 44, 73, 152 

Rowe, Maureen— 51, 118, 151 



Stewart, George — 27 
Stone, Brad- 41, 124 
Stout-Beisel, Renee— 75, 93 
Street, Susan— 75, 142 

Strozier, Robert— 52, 123, 124, 128, 133, 144. 145 
Padgett, Randy-70, 118, 104, 141 R°y^"y. A'-" 3. 97 ^^^.^^_^^ 

Palmer, Ph,lip-39 «"'-"■ ^'^h:!'-"; ^J ' '^ '\ , „, Swanson, Bob-76 



ilmer, Sue-29 '^"P^' Anjie-86, 87, 117, 130, 106, 104, 103 



Sykes, Paul— 169, 104 



p =„„. T„c,„k 7n Russo-Alesi, Frank— 115, 151, 106, 137 

Parsons, Joseph-70 ,,„,,,/,,„,„,.;„,., ,r^ Szalkowski, Mike-76, 103 

Patillo, Manning-10, 11, 16, 144 ^V^"' R"th-73, 93, 116, 119. 131, 150, 152, 165 

Parker, De,dra-133, 163 "^V^"' Theresa-73, 119, 150, 106, 104, 160 

Parker, Howard-31 Ryland. John-27 — T— 

Patterson, Terrance— 71, 90, 115, 148, 149, 104, 138 

Payne, Bud— 31 — S— TnWey. Lavon— 41 

Pearson, Gary— 71 Tansil, Alfian— 127 

Pena Luis — 40 Tansil, Aripin — 53, 75, 127, 132 

Pence, John-71, 83, 169, 147, 146 SalamoneJohn-82, 83, 104 Targovnik, Harris-76. 149, 173, 106, 139 

Pendley, Charles — 31 

Perkerson, Byrd — 25 ,. 

Perkins, Mary Ellen-18 fr'ji n '"i"'/' "^'y'"'' L«lie-76, 118, 134, 141 

Perry, Jenmfer-71, 112, 131, 150, 106, 155 Schadler, Daniel 40 „ , ,„ Teto, Bill-76, 107, 147, 146 

' ■' Schmitt, Doug— 52, 82, 83. 112, 114, 130, 158, 142, 140 tk „,. i„i,„ ,.;n 

Perry, Lynn— 71 ^, , ^ , Thames,John— 15, 17 

Schmidt, Gretchen— 120, 123 ■y, , r-i j /ii ai 

Persaud, Babita— 71, 150 „, , \. . ,„, Thomas, David— 41, 42 

Petty, Adam— 83 



Saltmer, Dorothy-73, 100, 142 Tate, Jay-76, 83, 104 

Sargent, Brad-17 ^^,^^_ Toni-76 



Schobert, Suzi-73, 131, 104 Thomason, Ernie-76, 118, 120, 141 



Petty, Mike-27 Schoor, Debbie-73 Thompson, Jerrie-53. 124. 170 

Petty Tony-' 51 122 ^'^°"' '^™~'^ Thompson, Steve-76, 97 

Picket,, Dorothea-71 Seamens, Judy-73 188 Tinkham, Brian-76 

Piechowiak, Trisha-71 Se lerTKemiT '^°"""' °'"^'^-^'^' '^° 

Pierce, Kerstin— 115, 117, 113, 120, 149, 158, 159, 134 ^ "^' "^"^ Tolin, James— 31 

Setton, Eugenia — 74, 87, 127 -r . t-» -t-i 

Pittman Frank — 90 - 6 ' * Treas, Dan — 77 

„,.'.,,. , Shadomy, Barbara— 74, 117, 126, 128, 129, 132, 168 T,.r, ri,„^l, it; 

Platanis, Manoh— 71, 128, 104 ., -^ , , . ,. , ^'"'' Chuck— 125 

Shapiro, Todd — 74,83,166,104,155 t,;,,;^ t„,,„ -i-i ni n^ i7n 

Poe, Karen- 71, 118, 151, 155, l4l ., r „ , Trittin, Laura— 77, 123, 124, 170 

: Sharpe, Bi — 119, 151, 106 ^ „, t -.-, 

Polanco, Dave-172 ^, ,^ ' . ' Truett, Terry-77 

. ' • She ton, Trish— 52, 93, 128 -r u ■ d io -in 

Poole, Greg-71 ,, . , ' / , Tubesmg, Pam-28, 29 

„ ,, Sheridan, Tom— 4, 74, 90, 151 -i-„ll„ tnU„ a-i hi; 

Porter, Bill— 71, 120, 151 a Tully,John— 42, 135 

Sherry, Stacey-74 Turner, David-1, 77, 112, 114, 148, 149, 106, 160 

Shields, Patrick — 5 



Porter, Robin— 51, 158, 159. 171, 147 
Powell, Harriet— 122 
Powers, James— 71, 148, 149 
Proper, Carolyn— 72, 86, 87, 104, 103 



Shropshire, William— 40 U- 

Sikorski, Mark— 52, 123, 124 
Silverman, Rina — 74 



Provissiero, Marc— 72, 100 ' Uraclan, Ipek— 77 

Sincere, Ann — 24 

Sing, Sherry— 74, 171, 142 

— Q — Siukosaari,Jukka— 4, 5, 74, 129, 188 V 

Sjoblom, Katherine— 74, 120, 124, 125, 150 

Quinn. Lisa— 44, 72, 119, 120, 124, 152 Sleight, Bret— 74, 123, 151, 103 Valine, Louise— 43, 186 



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Van't Reit, Mack— 77, 90, 127, 131, 149, 164, 104, 188 
Van't Reit, John— 2, 122, 173, 100, 144 
Vardcman, Martha — 42, 124, 135 
Vaughn. Ron— 161, 147 
Veal, Shirley— 31 
Veal, Tom— 77 
Vietor, Vicki— 133 
Vlietman, Erik — 53 

— w— 

Wade, Darryl— 4, 77, 113, 116, 128, 161, 134 

Waldner, George— 16, 135, 186 

Walker, Deda— 77, 93, 117, 131 

Wall, Terri— 77, 119, 150, 153, 171 

Walmsley. Kevin— 77, 128 

Walraren, Anna — 77 

Walters, Jessie— 31 

Warrick, MaryEllen — 24 

Weiland. Betty— 11, 28 

Weiller. Andy— 5, 147 

Weiss, Victoria— 43, 120, 132, 140 

Welch, Lesa— 78, 125 

Welch, Trisha— 13. 78, 103 

Wesley, Mane— 53, 126 

Weyer. Julie— 20. 21 

Whalcn. Maureen— 5, 78, 150 

Wheeler. Ann — 43 

Wheeler, Edd— 17, 116, 144 

White, Johnny— 4, 78, 115, 129, 131, 148, 172, 104, 107, 

155, 134, 141 
White, Sunny— 78, 129 
Whitten, William- 43 
Williams, Cindy— 78 
Williams, Shirley— 78, 86, 87 
Williams, Todd— 78. 104 
Wilson. Angela— 53, 122, 111, 140 
Wilson, Carlos— 79, 83 
Wilson. Julie— 79, 142, 143, 141, 111 
Wilson, Mark- 79, 134 
Wingo, Chuck— 26 
Wolf, Monte-43 
Wood, Denise— 79, 142, 104 
Woodard, Jackie— 53 
Woodford, Charles— 133, 107, 141 
Wrubel, Bryan— 5, 79 
Wung, Susan — 133 

— Y— 

Yen, Emily— 79, 132, 162, 141 

Yen, Richard— 79, 151 

Young, Steve — 30 

Yuille, Gina— 79, 86, 87, 120, 130, 162 



Puccio, Claudia — 142 
Provissiero, Jeff— 139, 155 
Sinno, Chafic— 104 
Spanier, Jonathan — 106 
Steppe, Kitt— 97 
Turcotte, Margaret — 142 
Vernon, Sue— 100 
Wallace, Rich— 106 
Wilcox, Sharon— 103 



— z- 



Zinsmeister, Phil — 43 



Clements, Tom — 100 
Duggan. Matt — 106 
Duancan, Wayne — 97 
Farnum, Tony — 100 
Gershon, Noah — 97 
Harrison, Michelle— 142 
Hourani, Khalil— 104 
Hussamy. Imad-Darwish— 104 
Isaacson. Brad— 102. 106 
Lentini, Tony — 97 
Naef, Marc— 104 



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We sincerely hope that this yearbook has shown 
you the changes that have occured at Oglethorpe, in 
Atlanta, in styles, in the nation, and most of all, in 
you, the people who make up the Oglethorpe com- 
munity. We have made changes and have broken 
traditions in order to bring you this yearbook. 

As editors we appreciate all of the help and dedi- 
cation of the 1986 Yamacraw staff. A special 
thanks goes to: Diane, who in addition to being one 
of the photo coordinators, stayed after finals to 
print all of the pictures for the Christmas deadline. 
Thanks also for helping out with the Miss Yama- 
craw Pageant and offering advice whenever we 
asked. Marty, for taking pictures, developing, and 
printing them. Johnny, for doing an excellent stu- 
dent life section, helping out in the darkroom, and 
working on the Survival Kits. Paige, for keeping up 
with our accounts and distributing the Survival 
Kits. Scott, for conducting a successful ad cam- 
paign. CeeCee, for selling ads to those who would 



never have bought one otherwise. Julie, for being 
willing to learn and help out where ever she was 
needed. Kathleen, for doing the classes section. 
Jackie, for working on the faculty section and help- 
ing with the Miss Yamacraw Pageant. Carol May- 
nard, our yearbook advisor. Art Williams, our Herff 
Jones Representative. Brad, for helping us make 
pictures, indexing, drawing the cover for the Miss 
Yamacraw Pageant program, and designing the pyr- 
amids found throughout this book. Lori, for help- 
ing Diane and I do the layouts for the Christmas 
deadline. 

The specifications of the 1986 Yamacraw are 
cover material — white litho, paper #80 Bordeaux 
Special, captions — 8 point, copy 10 point, head- 
lines — 42 point, publisher — Herff Jones Yearbooks 
in Montgomery, Alabama and number of copies — 
600. 

Always remember to expect Changes From All 
Angles. 



Sincerely, 






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