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The University of Montevallo
Cindy Shirley, Editor
Lynn Abernathy, Business Manager
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COME WITH TIME.
Pulling your body out of bed on those dreary rainy
days is tough. It's even tougher getting around
without an umbrella. However, sometimes your
own umbrella turns against you.
Montevallo has to be the only non-port city that
has monsoons! But there is one good thing about
rain, no two: the multicolored umbrellas brighten
the campus, and rain brings rainbows.
Introduction 1 1
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INTRICATE DETAILS CHANGE
BEFORE THEY ARE NOTICED.
Lazy Moments . .
Whether it is "hanging" around Flowerhill, tossing
a frisbee on the quad, or just sitting around on
campus, these free times have to be worked for. It
seems the only lazy moments are those during the
first few days of registration before classes begin.
Of course there are those times in spring when
students call their own special "holidays."
. . "few and far between'
Introduction 1 5
"They tell you that the darkness
is a blessing in disguise;
For you never have to notice
if you're sighted or you're blind.
And they'll do their best to
keep you from the light . . ."
"From Me to Yol
THEY ARE INEVITABLE
Bad days seem to come no matter what you do to
avoid them. You know one is coming when you yell
at the alarm clock for a rude awakening. Then
things just go haywire the rest of the day.
Bad days include . . .
. . . losing your books in the cafeteria.
. . . walking into class late . . . the wrong class!
. . . trying to stay awake during a boring lecture.
. . . writing a term paper the day before it's due..
. . . dropping your books in front of everyone.
. . . using Liquid Paper fifteen times on the same
. . . getting to the cafeteria when everyone else
. . . forgetting room inspection.
. . . losing your last quarter in the Coke machine.
Introduction 1 !
Flip-Flops hit the "fashion" scene on campus last spring with a big splash
of color, styles, and heights. These thong sandals gave anyone the opportu-
nity to be sloppy, yet versatile! But as cooler weather approached this year,
the sandals gave in to gauchos and knee boots. This combination ranges
from denim gauchos and casual, chunky boots to dressy gauchos and sleek
leather boots. Tee shirts are even popular with guys and girls. The shirts'
messages vary from simple advertisements of records or singing stars to
AS UNIQUE AS INDIVIDUALS
If you were to drive by the girls' dorms after 1 2:00
p.m., you would notice there are no longer small
groups waiting and shivering in a huddle by the
front door of the dorms to get in. This has long
passed. The combination locks eliminated cur-
fews, a late list, and late penalties. There is only
one catch to these locks: you have to remember
the three-number combination, every time it is
LOCKED IN. . .OR OUT j
In the past, the gates of UM have
been locked tight by midnight. This 1
\ system of safety, however, was
rather inconvenient. Any student
driving up to the campus would have
to find a cop in order to get inside 1
I the gates. But now at least two gates
stay open all night. |
One thing is not clear. Was this 1
method of safety devised to keep 1
1 "evil" off our campus or to keep our 1
V "evil" on the campus? Will we ever
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HAVEN'T THEY HEARD?\
The tradition of "no purse" is
changing. Even into the fifth
week of classes, many fresh-
men were still taking their
purses to classes and to the caf-
eteria. Maybe no one of the
"upper class" has bestowed
upon them the knowledge that a
thoroughly oriented UM student
does not carry a purse in pub-
It no longer happens only on weekends! Male
visitation that is. Last year, visitation was
restricted to weekends, but after giving the
dorms an opportunity to increase visitation,
the times have been extended to Tuesday and
Thursday afternoons from 1:00 to 5:00. After
achieving this bit of liberty, many students
started pushing for more days. The SGA
quickly picked up on this and a bill was passed
which will increase visitation to seven days a
week with hours of 1 :00 to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00
p.m. to 12 midnight. Of course this is subject
to a % majority vote of the residents in each
CINDY SHIRLEY, EDITOR
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DON SMITH, Special Color
Registration — that time between trudging up dorm
stairs to unload your belongings and running over
the campus to renew old acquaintances and make
The sounding of the death march on
the campus chimes at midnight, the
beating of a bass drum, and the
screaming of lowerclassmen signal
. . . SR. MARCH!!
Each year the seniors march on the
freshmen once and then the other
upperclassmen. But there is one way
to keep the seniors from marching:
Underclassmen can find and steal the
well hidden Crook. The seniors then
have to find it before they can march.
This year a little excitement was added
to Sr. March. Some juniors found the
Crook. But oh, how bad it was for
those certain juniors the night of
Even through all the shaving cream,
food, and eggs, the marchees and
marchers have a ball.
October 12, 1977
The past was very much a part of the present.
The swishing of gowns signaled the beginning of
the processional. Members of the audience could
sense the excitement in the air. This was an
important day for the people in Palmer Audito-
rium. Not only was the University's eighty-first
year being celebrated, but also the inauguration
of the eleventh president, Dr. James F. Vickrey,
Jr. was taking place.
The activities of the day began with a Founder's
Day Breakfast, which was followed by the Inaugu-
ral Convocation. Then a luncheon was served on
the grounds. The activities of the afternoon were
a program, concert, and the President's recep-
tion. After an evening symposium on "The Future
of the University" the evening was brought to an
end by an Inaugural Ball.
Recording star B. J. Thomas, per-
forming "live" in Palmer auditorium,
brought in a sell-out crowd as the SGA
entertainment council's first concert
booking of the year. Including such
hits as "Hooked on a Feeling" and
"Raindrops Keep Falling on my
Head," as well as his newest top forty
venture, "Don't Worry Baby,"
Thomas' concert was a sample of the
distinctive singing style that has kept
his popularity alive for over ten years.
Thomas' closing numbers were selec-
tions from his album "Home Where I
Belong," showing his expansion into
the field of contemporary Christian
The concert's headlining group was
Meisburg and Walters, an energetic
young singing duo with a country-folk
sound that initiated enthusiastic audi-
homas' charismatic personality was in evidence throughout the
anjo and guitar in hand, the country music overtones of Meisburg
id Walters, below, were a pleasing contrast to the polished sound
Larry Lee, one of the three guitarists
of the group, also provides vocal back-
Rock and roll, "daredevil" style, was the drawing card
for students when the Ozark Mountain Daredevils vis-
ited Montevallo as the second SGA concert presenta-
tion of the year. Ranging from the country-like rowdi-
ness of songs like "Chicken Train:" to the near ballads
such as "Jackie Blue," the Daredevils proved that their
rock and roll was as diverse as their music talent.
Danny Cox, singer and guitarist touring with the Dare-
devils, provided a popular warm-up act with his rich
and mellow deep blues style.
Caught in a direct spotlight beam,
pianist Ruell Chappel faces a
On stage in Palmer Hall, the Ozark
Mountain Daredevils swing into
their opening number.
A native of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, lead vocalist John
Townsend, above, adds to the style of the group with his
outstanding singing ability.
Though relatively new to the
popular recording scene, the
Sanford and Townsend Band
proved their musical ability to
Montevallo students with their
successful concert in Palmer
auditorium. The outstanding
vocals, lead and back-up, along
with the keyboard artistry of Ed
Sanford and the blistering saxo-
phone of Otis Hale give the
group a style that's all its own.
Crowd favorites at the concert
included the band's hit single
"Smoke from a Distant Fire," as
well as two numbers off their
debut album, "Does it Have to
be You" and "Shake it to the
Providing flavor and humor to
their show with vigorous facial
and body expression, Ed San-
ford, left, is a native Alabamian
The Winters Brothers, below,
were the warm-up group for the
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Delightful characterizations were the key to comedy
in the UM Theatre production of "Arsenic and Old
Lace." Two endearing old maid aunts who poison
lonely old men as an "act of mercy," their brother,
an elderly bachelor with a Teddy Roosevelt fixation
who sees the staircase as San Juan Hill, and
another brother who returns home after many years
with a face like Boris Carloff and a disposition to
match were among the hilarious roles that the cast
brought to life on stage. A most attractive as well as
functional set added to the talented performances
of the whole cast.
Jonathan Brewster portrayed by Scot Copeland, and
his sidekick Dr. Einstein, portrayed by Capers Doss,
left, plot a blackmail scheme to insure use of the
Brewster home as a center of operations for their
shady business activities.
Mortimer Brewster, played by Darrell Revel, left, is horrified to discover his
aunts "acts of mercy."
Actors Greg Babb and David Briggs, above, confront each other in their roles
as Teddy Brewster and Lt. Rooney.
Maiden aunts Abby and Martha Brewster, por-
trayed by Peggy Cardin and Sally Smith, eye a
Never seen on stage during the
play itself, the aunts' victims,
portrayed by various faculty
members, take their bows.
Onstage vanities equipped for all make-up and cos-
tume changes, below, were a special feature of the
Act I shows the characters as high school seniors, all
three cheerleaders, below right, and all three best
Opposite page — Joanne, portrayed by guest actress
Saundra Daniel, retains much of her earlier enthusi-
asm and naivety to the cynical amusement of her two
more worldly friends as Act II shows the three girls as
sorority sisters facing college graduation.
Cast portrait -
Unique is just not a strong enough
word to describe the UM Theatre
production of "Vanities" by Jack
Heifner. The entire cast of this
three act play consists of only three
actresses who never leave the
stage throughout the whole play.
All costume, makeup, and scenery
changes are done by the actresses
themselves. Highlighting the set
are three vanities where no action
in the play takes place, but where
the audience sees each actress
take on the character of the role
she is portraying, and is able to
respond more fully to the moving
story of the changes three high
school seniors undergo in the fol-
lowing ten years.
Vanities is the University of Mon-
tevallo's entry in the American Col-
lege Theatre Festival. In competi-
tion on the state level, the produc-
tion was chosen to go to regionals
where the three cast members tied
three ways for Best Actress in the
Audience participation, puppets, acro-
batics, and a "nose that really grows"
were all a part of the UM Experimental
Series production of "Circus Pino-
chio." Adapted from Colodis' "Pino-
chio" by student director Scot Cope-
land, this unique children's comedy
was presented throughout the state by
a five member troup of lively student
In a scene from the play, Randy Stew-
art, above right, is stuffed into a sack
by two villainous looking characters,
Julie Burke and Donald Hill.
The cast included Scot Copeland,
Julie Burke, Randy Stewart, and Don-
ald Hill, right.
"Dance . . . And Follow Thru" pro-
vided the theme for the annual pro-
duction of UM's creative dance
group, Orchesis. From a Druid
dance celebration of the sun to cur-
rently popular musical scores, from
a classic poetic love ballet to
humorous interpretations of a cir-
cus and a horse race, the Orchesis
group proved its diversity in "the
beauty of dance, the pleasure of
movement, and the joy of sharing."
With student and faculty recitals, musical
scenes, one-act operas, not to mention
choir and band concerts, there's always
something going on at the music build-
ing. Required attendance of music
majors to all these events insures an
audience for the less publicized events,
while for most programs, the concert hall
is filled to the brim with an enthusiastic
Dr. Betty Lumby and Dr. John Owen, right,
perform at a faculty recital.
Simple sets added to the performances of
several one act operas. Below is a scene from
the opera "Down in the Valley."
The chamber choir, under the direction of Dr. Theodore
Pritchett, above, stand in concert position in preparation for
Dr. Middaugh, left, performs in a scene from the opera,
The guest Artist series included a trombone specialist,
CHRISTMAS AT MONTEVALLO
In spite of finals, term papers, nerve attacks, and
sleepless nights that are a part of December at Mon-
tevallo, the Christmas spirit still finds its way into the
students' frantic schedules. Every club has its party,
every society has its service project, each dorm has its
own celebration, and then there are always those
impromptu moments that occur on the spur of the
moment, like a male choir of carollers serenading the
women's dorms at midnight for four days straight, or
like the study breaks that turn into hall decorating par-
ties. The foreign language department hosts a musical
program featuring Christmas carols sung in Spanish,
Latin, French, and German. Boiled shrimp, ham, and
roast beef, not to mention a luscious salad bar, enticed
students into- the cafeteria for the annual Christmas
buffet. Entertainment was provided by the SGA.
A Christmas tree brightens up the student lake house during
the foreign language program, above right. David Jones, Bruce
Thomas, and Kevin Little, above, provide background music
for the buffet. Students lined the walls, right, to see the buffet
entertainment in the packed cafeteria.
Student Santas came in one size (stuffed) but in both sexes. David
Wison, left, distributes candy canes in the cafeteria, while Connie Med-
lock, above, charms a wide-eyed youngster.
Entertainment of all kinds
provided hilarity at the
many Christmas parties on
Professor Joseph DiOrio,
below, directs his Latin stu-
ELITE NIGHT DEDICATION
DR. MIGUEL A. GUITART
This year Elite Night was dedicated to Dr. Miguel A. Guitart. Dr. Guitart teaches Mathematics
here at the University. Outside of being a teacher, Dr. Guitart is a composer of Cuban and
North-American folk-lores. At the end of this semester Dr. Guitart will be retiring. We would
like to take this opportunity to say, "Thank-you Dr. Guitart, it's been a pleasure."
MR. AND MISS
1 . Mike Bynum is an Art major from
Pell City. After graduation Mike
plans to teach school while pursu-
ing a career in counseling and guid-
2. Christine Crawford is a Counsel-
ing and Psychology major from
B'ham. Teaching school on the sec-
ondary level is Chris' main career
plan for the future.
3. Roy Cunningham is a double
major in History and English from
Montevallo. Roy plans to teach
school on the secondary level, while
continuing his education.
4. Margo Dillard is a music major
from Dothan. After graduation
Margo plans to continue her educa-
tion at the University of Michigan.
5. Rick Frennea is an English major
from Mobile. Rick plans to pursue
graduate studies in Old and Middle
English while enjoying a career in
6. Naomi Hendrix is a major in
teaching the Hearing Impaired
from Pensacola, Fla. Naomi plans
to teach at a school for the deaf.
7. Denise Hinds is a Biology major
from B'ham. Denise's future plans
involve teaching Biology.
8. Roger Miers is a Mass Communi-
cations major from Atlanta, Ga.
Roger plans to work in the field of
9. Julia Mullins is a Physical Educa-
tion major from B'ham. Julia plans
to teach P.E.
1. Pam O'Donnell is an account
ing ma|or from Linden. Pam
plans to pursue a career in
2. Nancy Patton is a Speech
Pathology major from Pensa-
cola, Fla. After graduation Nancy
plans to work towards her Mas-
ter's Degree in Speech Pathol-
3. Martha Phillips is a Home
Economics Education major
from Tuscumbia. Martha plans
to obtain a Master's Degree in
Food and Nutrition.
4. Teri Quick is a Physical Edu-
cation major from B'ham. After
graduation Teri plans to teach
school at an Elementary or Jr.
5. Jeannie Rother is an Elemen-
tary Education major from
B'ham. Jeannie plans to teach
elementary school after gradua-
6. Jackie Samsal is a History
major from Millbrook. Jackie
plans to teach History on the
secondary level after graduation.
7. Jan Samsal is a Counseling
and Guidance major from
Coosda. Jan is planning to
obtain a counseling position at a
mental health center after grad-
8. Sharon Shannon is an
Accounting major from B'ham.
Sharon plans to practice
accounting after graduation.
9. Donna Thompson is a Social
Work major from Montgomery.
Donna plans to attend L.S.U. and
work toward a Master's Degree
in Social Work.
1 . Lee White is an English major
from Sylacauga. After graduation
Lee plans to teach English.
2. Marcia Yates is an Accounting
Major from B'ham. After gradua-
tion Marcia plans to pursue a
career in accounting.
3. Kent Keller is a Psychology
major from B'ham. After gradua-
tion Kent plans to pursue a full time
career in the ministry for Jesus
4. Phyllis Evans is a Home Econom-
ics Retailing major from Wilmer.
After Graduation Phyllis plans to
work with an airline in the public
5. Vivian Friedrich is an Accounting
major from Cullman. After gradua-
tion Vivian plans to obtain a posi-
tion with a CPA firm and take her
CPA examination after two years.
6. Karen Guinn is a Business
Administration major from Syla-
cauga. After graduation Karen
plans to sell real estate for 5 years
and then obtain her broker's
7. Marsha Henley is a Political Sci-
ence major from Montevallo. After
graduation Marsha plans to attend
Graduate school and study public
8. Janey Holcomb is a Psychology
major from B'ham. Janey plans to
attend graduate school and study
9. Donna Pitts is an Art major from
Gardendale. Donna plans to be an
illustrator for Christian Literature
1. Kathy Kelly is a Physical Educa-
tion major from Grove Hill. After
graduation Kathy plans to teach
Elementary Physical Education.
2. Terry Kelly is an Office Adminis-
tration major from Selma. After
graduation Terry plans to enter the
Professional Business World.
3. Lori Merijanian is a Biology
major from Montevallo. After grad-
uation Lori plans to attend UAB
4. Karen Nelson is a Physical Edu-
cation major from Huntsville. After
graduation Karen plans to teach
(Photos not available)
1 . Vicki Carter is a Chemistry major from
B'ham. Vicki plans to enter pharmacy
school after graduation.
2. Ted Fenn is a Business major from
Calcis. Ted plans to work in the field of
Management and eventually start his
3. Theresa Kirby is a Business Manage-
ment major from Decatur. Theresa plans
to work toward her MBA degree after
4. Wilson Ropke is an Art major from
Panama City, Florida. After graduation
Wilson plans to enroll in Law School.
5. Diane Roper is a History major from
B'ham. After graduation Diane plans to
attend Law School.
(Photos not available.)
1 . Randy Alexander is a Chemistry major.
2. Tye Burris is a General Speech major
from Jackson, Mississippi.
3. Pat Messer is a Speech Pathology
major from Abbeville. Pat plans to work
in the field of Speech Pathology.
4. Beth Ousley is a Business Administra-
tion major from Homewood. After gradu-
ation Beth plans to pursue a career in
5. Julia Mullins is a Physical Education
major from B'ham. After graduation
Julia plans to work in a Religious Recrea-
1. Roy Cunningham is a double
major in History and English. After
graduation Roy plans to teach on
the secondary level.
2. Margo Dillard is a Music major
from Dothan. After graduation
Margo plans to attend the Univer-
sity of Michigan and work toward a
Master of Music.
3. Vivian Friedrich is an Accounting
major from Cullman. Vivian plans
to work for a CPA firm and then
obtain her CPA certificate after two
4. Karen Guinn is a Business
Administration major from Syla-
cauga. She plans to sell real estate
for two years and then obtain her
Broker's license and eventually
open her own real estate office.
5. Marsha Henley is a Political Sci-
ence major from Montevallo. She
plans to attend Law School and
eventually work in the government.
6. Janey Holcomb is a Psychology
major from B'ham. After gradua-
tion Janey plans to attend graduate
school and work towards her Mas-
1 . Leah Hughes is an Elementary
Education major from Selma. After
graduation Leah plans to teach Ele-
2. Alice Hunt is a Counseling
major. After graduation Alice plans
to attend graduate school and
obtain a Master's Degree in Coun-
3. Terri Kelly is an Office Adminis-
tration major from Selma. Terry
plans to pursue a career as an inte-
rior designer in B'ham.
4. Greta Lambert is a Theater
major from Hueytown, Alabama.
5. Norman Patty is a Biology major
from Trussville. Norman plans to
work for a year and then enter Med-
6. Donna Pitts is an Art major from
Gardendale. Donna plans to be an
illustrator for Christian literature.
1. Deborah Smith is a Spanish
major from Opelika, Alabama.
Deborah plans to work as a transla-
tor for an internationally known
2. Sharon Price is an English major
from Marbury. After Sharon gradu-
ates she plans to work toward her
Master's Degree in B'ham.
3. Barbara Tona is a Teaching of
the Hearing Impaired ma|or from
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida. After
graduation Barbara plans to teach
in her home town.
4. Gilda Walker is a Home Econom-
ics Education Major. After gradua-
tion Gilda plans to work in a field of
Home Economics while working
towards a Master's Degree.
5. Cathy Zahumensky is a Mathe
matics major from Montevallo.
After graduation Cathy plans to
pursue a career in Engineering.
6. David Forro is a Business Man-
agement ma|or from Tarrant. After
graduation David plans to work
toward his MBA.
1 . Leigh Allen is a Home Economics
Merchandising major from Child-
ersburg. She plans to become a
buyer for a major department store
2. Ada Moss is a Medical Technol-
ogy major. After graduation Ada
plans to enroll in the Medical Tech-
nology Clinical Program.
3. Paula Smith is a Social Work
major. After graduation Paula plans
to attend graduate school.
4. James Talley is a Music major
from B'ham. James plans to com-
pose and teach music after gradua-
5. Glenda Wheat is a Business Edu-
cation major from Calera. Glenda
plans to pursue a teaching career
in the field of Business and work
towards a Masters Degree.
6. Steve Wright is a Finance major
from B'ham. After graduation Steve
plans to work in the field of insur-
SOPHOMORE: Left to Right: Susan Shannon, Cheryl Steele,
David Phares, Mike Williams, Dan Oliver, Randy Graham.
"It's the most complicated, yet exciting way of cele-
brating homecoming that ever existed."
"It's a chance to get involved with something, to
meet new people, and to feel a part of something
"It's a con game, plain and simple — one gigantic
"It's the biggest and best thing that happens at
College Night is many things to many people, and
evokes mixed feelings and a variety of comments.
To come up with a precise definition of it is impossi-
ble; to try to describe it is futile; to try to attempt to
fully explain it is a time-consuming job. It combines
the thrill of competition, the glamour and glitter of
the theatre, the excitement of athletics, the tradition
of homecoming, and the fulfillment of artistic
expression. Add these up, and perhaps a small part
of what College Night is becomes clear. The only
way to understand it is to experience it for yourself.
There is one thing, though, concerning College
Night that can be stated with certainty: College
Night is unique tradition that is a true distinction for
the students at Montevallo.
Step one in College Night activity
involves choosing leaders and
making plans. As early as Octo-
ber, two leaders for each side
are selected by student vote. In
turn, the newly elected leaders
distribute responsibility among
twenty-five handpicked cabinet
members for each side. Before
the fall semester has ended,
committees are formed, flunkies
and cowtails chosen, cheerlead-
ers are selected, and scripts are
Chosen by the members of each side, it is the responsibility of the leaders to organize
and promote their side. GOLD LEADERS: Mike Bynum, Phyllis Evans. PURPLE LEAD-
ERS: Doug Brom, Terri Drinkard.
GOLD CABINET: Front row: Phyllis Evans, Leader;
Mike Bynum, Leader. 2nd row: Tricia Corbett, Leaders'
Assistant; Capers Doss, Director. 3rd row: Sandra
Smith, Publicity; Leigh Allen, Costumes; Winnet
Havens, Costume Assistant. 4th row: Julee Knox,
Head Flunkie; Robin Lysiger Lysinger, Flunkie Assist-
ant; Warren Betts, Choreography. 5th row: Nedra
Smith, Book; Carol Bonfield, Art. 6th row: Laura
Hayes, Stage Manager; Chris Crawford, Assistant
Stage Manager; Randy Stewart, Scenic Art; Billy Cox,
Business Manager. 7th row: Bobby Zarzour, Technical
Director; Butch Belcher, Staging; Jennie Ford, Light-
ing. 8th row: Mike Williams, Safety; Joy McDonald,
Tickets. 9th row: Martha Phillips, Props; Donna
Thompson, Spirit; Beth McDonald, Spirit Assistant.
10th row: James Carr, Music; Margaret Moates, Typ-
ing; Karen Nelson, Womens' Athletics. Not pictured:
Jack Wooten, Set Design; Bruce Thomas, Athletics;
Kak Foster, Make-up.
The decision of which side to support is left to the
discretion of each individual's Friends, family,
and even color preference are the main influ-
ences for some students. For others, it is the
essential nature of the sides themselves that
determines their decision.
Being Gold in '78 meant:
. . . Getting arm cramps from remaining in the
"thumbs up" position during the Purple Side Song.
. . ."I'm sorry, honey but . . ."
. . . Feeling a shiver when hearing the synthesized
accompaniment to the Side Song.
. . . A desperate search for Christmas tree lights.
. . . A last minute abundance of Christmas tree lights.
. . . "You're gonna be big, Big, BIG!"
. . . Hoping that Pekingese don't get nervous on
. . . Feeling gratitude for the costume committee's
quick repair job on a split seam.
. . .A "GV" behind the left ear for good luck.
. . . Praying that the dry ice machine worked right.
. . ."Glitter — it needs more glitter!"
. . . Taking no rain on Saturday night as a sign from
. . . Eating More beef.
. . . Experiencing the long-awaited, delirious, pande-
monium of victory.
. . .Starting plans for "GV 2".
Being Purple in '78 meant:
. Tapping your way to happiness
. Beethovan's Fifth.
. Smile, and no one will look at your feet.
. We believe!
. Being part of a "studio audience" for four nights
in a row.
. Trying to harmonize on the side song.
. Agonizing through the Friday night show.
. "Tooki, tooki, tooki, woo!"
. Setting the "Big Money Wheel" on "5."
. Dazzle — no matter what.
. . . A "PV" behind the right ear for luck.
. . . Providing a supply of beer cans for "Smash for
. . . Making sure the footlight covers are securely in
place so no more surprise falls are taken.
. . . "Ain't no jive, it's gonna be five."
. . . Clearing the way for "Betty Sue" and "Hal" to
"come on down!"
. . . Having a collection of cowbells, spirit buttons, and
. . . Seeing what "Lovely Linda" has ... on her tray.
. . . Accepting defeat with dignity and graciousness.
. . . Keeping up the "Purple Pride."
D URPLE CABINET: Left to Right: Nancy Davidson, Props; James Talley, Music; Vivian Frierich, Business and Typing; Steven
Hitt, Technical Director; Charlotte Hall, Tickets; John Martin, Orchestra; Lisa Walk, Art; Kevin Kilgore, Script; Bruce Bryant,
Designer; Tina Smith, Director; Karen Guinn, Spirit; Terri Drinkard, leader; Dana King, Choreographer; Lynda Stanley, Public-
ty; Doug Brom, leader; Edwina Bledsoe, Safety; Mike Dillard, Head Grip; Leigh Walker, Athletics; Robyn Goodner, Costumes;
Sharon Parks, Stage Manager. Not shown: Rene Dunshee, Make-up; Ed Hayes, Master Carpenter; Lillian Butler, Lighting.
GOLD FLUNKIES: Front row: Cindy Haffner; Robin
Lysinger, Assistant; Julee Knox, Head. 2nd row:
Kathy Skinner, Donna Howard, Diana Donnenworth.
3rd row: Darlene Finley, Debbie Bryan, Barb Dan-
iels. 4th row: Inez Thompson, Mary Yelle, Jennifer
Heyward. 5th row: Susan Comerford, Sabine Wlo-
darski, Andrea Conwell. 6th row: Lisa Thomas, Pam
Corley, Suzanne Byrd, Connie Medlock. 7th row:
Sydney Smith, Saundra Johnson, Jane Hill. 7th row:
Barbara Mann, Marion Chandler.
Underlying all activities, guiding all prepara-
tions, and present on all occasions is a sense
of tradition that gives a special meaning to
College Night for all those involved. Fifty-nine
years worth of precedents and customs pro-
vided the formula for putting together College
Night '78. But the growth and development of
College Night is a continual process and this
year's festivities contributed some innovations
of its own. A women's basketball game, male
cheerleaders, a College Night formal ball, and
a kick-off luncheon on the day of opening per-
formances were new additions to College
PURPLE COWTAILS: Front row: Bett Rutledge, Russell Gray, Cap Parker, Sandra Reid, Karen Kelly, Cathy Talley, Cindy Her-
bert, Karla Counts, JoAnn Miller, Nan Ellis. 2nd row: Missy Watkins, David Knox, Phil King, Ruth Guindon, Mike Galloway,
Debra Howell, Jackie Childs, John Galbreath, Gail Waters, Betsy Feaga. Not pictured: Ruth Birdner, Pat Stoves, Sandra Short,
Cindy Mange, Cindy Tucker, Carol Meffert.
GOLD SPIRIT: Drummer, Donnie
Johnson; Little Leo, Mary
Wiemer; Loretta Moody, Vandy
Roberts, Susan Harris, Cheryl
Steele, Leo; Toni Leo, drummer;
Neil Cross, Don Collins, Frank
West, Barbara Tona, Stacy Cher
iaco, Susan Shannon.
PURPLE SPIRIT: Front row:
Patty Hill, Annette Wade, Julie
Armstrong, April VanOrman,
Gretchen Grub, Mary Jane Lau-
benthal, Yvonne Quilman (head),
Tanya Day. 2nd row: Ray
Thomas, Jane Nunnally, Li I * Lav-
ender; Karen Guinn, Head of
Spirit; Karen Wingate, Lucky
Lady; Jonathan Sykes. 3rd row:
Jeanne Taylor, Pat Stoves,
Drummers. Not pictured: Cindy
PURPLE CAST: Harvey Hale, Judy Thorne, John Howton,
Angie Fitzgerald, Donald Hill, Peggy Carden, Tina Smith,
Sharon Parks, Mike Le Beau, Jill May, Lisa Godwin, Lynn
Piper, Allen Herrod, Cathy Gaut, Regina Harbour, Elaine
Marino, Linda Patterson, Nancy Silver, Tom Abbott, Steve
Henderson, Sharon Price, Lee Binion, Dana King, Steven
Hitt, Kathy Terry, Julie Burke, Darrell Revel, Carol Cox, Mike
Dillard, Kevin Kilgore, Robin Goodner. Not pictured: Scot
Copeland, Rene Dunshee, Kathy Glass.
GOLD CAST: Kneeling: Janey Evans, Sonya Gamble, Liz Far-
row, Kim Wingo, Kelly Mewbourne, Joy Davis, Cathy Sapping-
ton, Levoy Williams. Standing: Lisa Corretti, Warren Betts, Lou
Terry, Loretta Burton, Tina Brabner, Jan Davis, Randy Sullivan,
Rhonda Dotson, Lee Smith, Carrie Godfrey, Candi Langston,
Bobby Ivey, Jeannie Hendrix, Greg Tucker, Sharon Bradford,
Wynette Smith. In tree: Karen Mabry, Jeff Thompson, Debbie
Sewell, Paul Barnes. Not pictured: Billy Watt, Karen Hall,
Dianne Taylor, Steve Skelton, John Lawson, Mike Morgan, Pam
It has always been an amazing part of College Night that stu-
dents start with merely two scripts, and in four weeks present
two fully developed musical/plays that are performed before
approximately four thousand people. But this year's students
pulled off an even more incredible feat, for due to the length-
ened break between semesters, preparations for the produc-
tions were completed in a period of only three instead of four
weeks. Long nights were the norm instead of the exception as
rehearsals of all kinds proceeded at break-neck speed, and
sleep became a thing of the past for the tech crews as they
raced to finish their part in the productions. It was three weeks
of feverish activity and frantic effort, yet the time shortage also
encouraged cooperation, teamwork, and an exciting intensity
that grew into an explosion of "Saturday Night Fever" on the
final day of festivities.
GOLD ORCHESTRA: Front row: Tracie Moose, Vickie Edwards, Mela-
nie Odom. 2nd row: Laura Hinton, Patricia Poucher, Mary Slack,
Cindy Shirley. 3rd row: Charles Johnson, Sandra Short. 4th row:
Dawn Short, Brian Putman, Kerry Bender, Bill Gentry.
PURPLE ORCHESTRA: Sharon Harper, Lynn Vandegrift, Rhonda Cooper, Cedric Cook, Jamelle Waid, Tammy Kelso, Brenda
Shadix, Mike Bergin, Paula Woodall, Kathy Fuqua, Leah Painter, Mike Brewer, Gary Nichols, Gerard Bergeron, Ed Jones, John
Martin, Roy Yarbrough.
GOLD WOMEN'S ATHLETICS: Front row: Frances Crapet, Carol Chesnutt, Kathy Kelley, Diane Griffin, Wendy Ratliff, Karen
Nelson. 2nd row: Anne Dawson, Tina Turnipseed, Lisa Holloway, Linda Benefield, Dawn Rice, Pam Ray, Robin Toufel. 3rd row:
Tammy Richardson, Tricia Corbett, Cindy Jones, Teri Quick, Annette Brabham, Laura Hinton, Cindy Grill.
^^ PURPLE VOLLEYBALL: Pat Stoves, Kathy Mullen, Robyn Hagler, Nancy Silver, Carla Jarvis, Coach, Ellen Gregory, Leigh
Walker, Anna Hamel, Charlotte Hall, Regina Venable, Effie Seay, C. C. Culver, Lee Binion, Penny Hilreth, Nan Ellis, Linda Din-
PURPLE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Effie Seay, Robyn Hagler, Anna Hamel, Leigh Walker, Carla Jarvis, Kathy Mullen, Candy
Campbell, Linda Dingier, Nareda Hunt, Jan Hendrix. Not pictured: Tanga Rowell, Coach.
PURPLE MEN'S ATHLETICS: Doug Brom, Joe Newsom, David Knox, Rusty Fuller, Russell Gray, Bill Lamb, Dale Wesley, Gregg
Smith, Raymond Glover, Jimmy Adams, Doug McKay, Basketball Coach.
GOLD FOOTBALL: Front row: Dale Owens, Bill Norton, David Phares, Steve Lankford, Mike Williams, Pete Winslett, Butch Bel-
cher, Kenny Roberts, Keith Foster. 2nd row: Steve Luker, Terry Myles, Randy Carter, Sammy Harris, Russell Rosser, David
Wilson, Glen Gray, Martin Gaines, Dale Perry, Billy Dobler, Steve Gilbert, Richard Norton.
One of the most important things about College Night is
that it requires the help of so many different kinds of peo-
ple. Its diverse and complex activities draw on the inter-
ests of students in all the fields of study and provide an
opportunity to meet and work with a variety of different
people. Involvement, then, is the key to the success of
College Night both as a tradition and as a satisfying expe-
rience for the individual. There are dozens of ways to
make a contribution, many more than appear on the sur-
face. Just to name a few:
College Night athletic competition requires not only profi-
cient football, basketball, and volleyball players, but also
those with managerial skills.
For the more business-minded students, there is always a
need for a business manager along with workers on the
tickets and typing committees.
Musical talent is also a big must in order to supply musi-
cal composition, a functioning orchestra, and vocalists in
Artistically inclined students are always in demand for
work on scenic art, the book, and publicity as well as on
the designated art committee.
A combination of coordination, energy, and most of all,
spirit, is necessary for cheerleaders and mascots, while a
strong sense of rhythm is required of drummers.
Students with acting, dancing, or singing abilities are
needed to comprise the cast, while those with a special
knowledge of the theatre fill such positions as director and
tech crew heads.
What may not be so obvious as these, but what is certainly
true, is that students who feel that they possess no special
talent can also participate in College Night!
A loud mouth and lots of spirit are all that's required to be a
part of the cheering sections at pep rallies and athletic
The only things asked of Flunkies and Cowtails (as if this
wasn't asking much!) is that they never get tired, never lose
their spirit, and never are the first to leave an activity.
To round out the cast there's always a need for warm bod-
ies to simply appear on stage without requiring any spe-
Or consider the stage crew and the make-up and proper-
ties committees — no particular talents necessary for
work with them, either.
In other words, dedication, energy, enthusiasm, and a
willingness to work are the main qualifications to partici-
pate in College Night. Talented or not, College Night has
a place for everyone — it's just a matter of finding it.
All the absurdities of a dream and the distortions of a
nightmare were the turning point in the Gold production,
"Illusions of A Broadway Baby." After finishing a suc-
cessful run on Broadway, a young actress plans to head
for Hollywood to star in a film, but after glimpsing the
false facade of glamour and the shallowness of Hollywood
through her dreams, she stays in New York to marry the
playwright of her successful shows. The set for this pro-
duction was striking, with the general plot conveyed on
the flats. The choreography and its execution in the disco
and Oscar scenes was a big asset to the play. The costum-
ing caused a great deal of favorable comments as well as
the special effects such as the fog, the microphone re-
verb, and the living "oscar" used in the nightmare scene.
The use of a synthesizer was an effective addition to the
orchestration, while the use of signs (a la vaudeville) to
indicate the dream sequences helped keep the tone light
and playful. To help shorten the gaps between scenes,
some scene changes were made with the curtain open,
backed by transition music and action on stage. The char-
acter renderings were especially fine, filled with manner-
isms and dialects that gave even minor roles distinctio
In the role of Mr. Metro, head of Metro Studio, Billy Watts,
above left, creates an exaggerated vision of fame, star-
dom, and immortality built merely on the promise of a
role in one film.
Broadway baby, Lillia Parker, portrayed by Rhonda Dot-
son, is disillusioned to hear Screen test director Mr.
Soquette, portrayed by Greg Tucker, plan a new and not
exactly true public image to release to the press.
Aging actress Lucretia Alamour, played by Pam
Robertson, above, is in full swing with one of her
famous temper-tantrums. Faced at every turn by
discouraging studio personnel, left and below left,
Lillia's dream turns into a nightmare as she is sub-
jected to laughter and ridicule, below.
Entitled simply, "The Game Show," the
purple production was a humorous satire
on television game shows, as well as a
biting comment on the values of society.
Combining and mixing elements from
actual televised game shows, the pur-
ples' fictional "Bet Your Bottom Dollar"
included such games as "Voice from the
Past," "Smash for Cash," "Can He Tap
Dance," and "Make it or Break It." The
whole production was filled with imitative
details of the high-flown, fast-paced, net-
work shows: the cued audience respon-
ses, the gullible contestants, the smiling
and scantily clad show girls, and the
slick, fast-talking, wheeler-dealer host. A
rather zany panel of bubble-blowing
judges added to the general hilarity of
the show while the bright catchy tunes
accompanying the action helped unify
the show and maintain audience interest.
At right, studio audience contestants
Betty Sue (Lynn Piper) and Hal (Scot
Copeland) steal the show from John Q.
Public (Donald Hill) and Howie Baird
The "Bet Your Bottom Dollar" Chorus
line is in full swing, below.
The bright yellow and orange set featured a "Big Money Wheel" on the
front of the judges stand, above.
The host of the show, Howie Baird, explains the rules for yet another
round to a rather confused contestant, John Q. Public, left.
Mr. Public manages to make it through a round of "Can He Tap-dance?"
with no major problems under the expertise guidance of tap-dance spe-
cialist. Sonny Ray (Stephen Hitt).
Unity is what College Night is actually all about and
the Friday night of performance week proved this to
many people. A crisis occurred when the lead actor
in the purple play became ill and unable to perform.
Replacements were found, substitutions were
made, and the show did go on. Pulled together by
the threat of theatrical disaster, not only did the pur-
ples feel closer because of the concentration and
teamwork required to face this problem, but it also
created an environment of total cooperation and
empathy between the two sides, for the Golds
encouraged and supported the Purples in every way
possible to help them through the evening's per-
formance. After the finale rehearsal following the
Friday night program, instead of forming two sepa-
rate circles, the sides joined together in one circle to
sing their Side songs. It was a time when everyone
involved realized their common goal — to do every-
thing in their power to make College Night as a
whole the best possible.
For the Saturday night show the purple production
was back to normal with all of its original cast. The
feelings of closeness and support were still present
from the night before, yet the competitive spirit was
naturally heightened because of the judging proc-
ess taking place that night. Tension and anxiety
began to grow. The cheering sections were, as
always, especially spirited on this night. Both casts
were full of enthusiasm and both sides had a good
performance. Excitement reached an almost
unbearable peak during the finale proceedings.
Finally the judges' decision was announced — it
had been close, but the Gold side had won. Pande-
monium broke loose on the stage as the delirium of
winning that had been denied to the Golds for four
years burst forth in full force. Remaining composed
through the relentless wave of disappointment, the
Purple side faced the Golds and joined in the
applause. "We made it to the Top" was not only the
announcement of victory for the Golds, but also a
description of the new heights of unity reached
within the College Night participants.
The spotlight focuses on the Gold spirit section as
they raise their thumbs in hopeful anticipation of
the evening's outcome, top right.
Purple leaders Doug Brom and Terri Drinkard, right,
experience the stinging disappointment of defeat.
turday night of College Night can be the most thrilling, totally unique evening of your life, or the most disappointing,
almost agonizing, experience imaginable. But after being involved in it in some way, the feeling remains that win or lose,
either way, it was worth it."
"What good is sitting alone
in your room.
Come hear the music play.
Life is a Cabaret, 'ole chum;
Come to the Cabaret . .
Cabaret Theater is an opportunity
for students to congregate, mingle,
and enjoy the free performances of
their fellow students.
Student Life 81
The beginning of a new era for our
^university was initiated by Dr.
Vickrey's arrival on campus as our
new president. With him came
fresh ideas, hopes and challenges
for both faculty and students. A
graduate of Auburn University,
President Vickrey received his
Doctorate at Florida State Univer-
sity and served that state's univer-
sity system as Executive Assistant
to the Chancellor and Director of
Public Affairs. According to him,
our's is the "best little public uni-
versity in the state." Dr. Vickrey,
welcome to Ul
JOHN B. WALTERS, Ph.D.
College of Arts and Sciences
B. E. FANCHER, D.Ed.
College of Education
JOHN W. STEWART, Ed.D.
College of Fine Arts
PAUL J. L. SCHATZ, Ph.D.
College of Business
JOHN G. BLACKWELL, B.S.
Business Manager and Treasurer
Ex. Assistant to the President
and Dir. of Public Affairs
WILLIAM HAMER, Ed.D.
Dean of Students
JOHN VAN VALKENBERG, L.H.D.
Ex. Dir., University Relations
HOLLAND FLOYD, B.S.
Ex. Dir., Buildings and Grounds
Director of Admissions and Records
PAUL JONES, M.A.
Asst. Business Manager
LARRY PEEVY, M.Ed.
Asst. Director of Admissions and
MICHAEL BENSON, Ed. D.
Director of Housing
JAMES R.WILKINSON, M.A.
Dean of Student Life
BILL KELLER, M.A.
Director of News Bureau
LINDA KNOWLES, M.A.
Director of Financial Aid
LAURA F. MATHISON, B.A.
Director of Alumni Affairs
PATH WOODHAM, M.A.
Director of Publications
What comes to mind when you
Malcom Braid, Ph.D.
Philip Beasley, Ph.D.
"My 16th year at
the best Mil ole'
school in the
Aris Merijanian, Ph.D.
Texas A&M University
Robert McGuire, Ph.D.
U. of Tennessee
"My door is always
open to any and all
students, as I hope
to maintain the
which has been a
trademark of this
James Beal, Ph.D.
Texas A&M University
James F. L. Connell, Ph.D.
Albert Z. Harris, Ph.D.
Jan Eagles, Ph.D.
U. of Alabama
E. B. Sledge, Ph.D.
U. of Florida
think of UM 1978?
Don Alexander, M.A.
U. of Alabama
"It is a 'cross-
roads' year tor
J. William Foreman, Ph.D.
T. H. Kwon, Ph.D.
U. of Georgia
Angela Hernandez, Ph.D.
U. of Havana
Miguel A. Guitart, Ph.D.
U. of Havana
Joseph M. Cardone, M.S.
°John F. Suttle, B.S.
Fred Blackmon, M.E.D.
da State University
PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION
William Wallace, Ph.D.
University of Alabama
Julia Rogers, M.S.
University of Georgia
U. of Utrecht, Netherlands
James P. Rogers, Ph.D.
J. C. Draper, M.A.T.
Jerry Baker, M.Ed.
U. of North Alabama
Bobby G. Logan, M.Ed.
University of Montevallo
John B. Lott, Ph.D.
Elizabeth Rodgers, Ph.D.
". . . promises to be a very
productive year for the Uni-
Jesse J. Jackson, Ph.D.
Florida State University
Roy Lechtreck, M.A.
St. Louis University
David T. Morgan, Ph.D.
Univ. of North Carolina
Justin Fuller, Ph.D.
Univ. of North Carolina
Reuben A. Triplett, M.A.
Mississippi State Univ.
Douglas Rodgers, M.A
Univ. of Alabama
"A new, hopeful begin-
— J. Jackson
Charles H. Ainsworth, Ph.D.
Univ. of Sarasota
BesseT. Terry, Ph.D.
Univ. of Alabama
0. J. Carson, M.A.
Louisiana State University
Shirley Jackson, Ph.D.
Florida State University
U. of Wyoming
Jeanette Crew, M.S.
U. of Tennessee
Bernice Finger, Ed.D.
Megrez Rudolph, B.S.A.
Margaret Blalock, Ed.D.
U. of Alabama
LeonG. Davis, Ed.D.
U. of Alabama
Frank Lightfoot, M.A.
Melinda Voorhies, M.S.
U. of Tennessee
Miriam Collins, Ed.D.
U. of Alabama
Bill Elder, M.S.
U. of Tennessee
Bob Riesener, M.S.
tddie Barnes, B.i>.
U. of Montevallo
SPEECH AND THEATER
. . . friendlier and more
— M. Harbour
Charles C. Harbour, Ph.D.
U. of Texas
Sandra Daniel, B.A.
John A. Rude, Ph.D.
U. of Missouri
"A very busy schedule, but
that's why I'm here — to
Mary Harbour, M.A.
U. of Mississippi
Robert Kunkel, M.S.
U. of Wisconsin
Joseph Conger, M.F.A.
U. of North Carolina
"Progress from new
leadership, unity and
"Rekindled hopes — a
new beginning for UM."
— C. Harbour
W. T. Chichester, M.A.A.
U. of North Carolina
lises to be
* : ng year
I. of Louisville
^astman School of Mu
"A cloistered community of
cost conscious and com-
mitted chaps continuing
their commitment to the
John McKinnon, M.B.A.
U. of Alabama
"Every short statement
about the University is
misleading (with the pos-
sible exception of this
Alan L. Livingston, M.A.
U. of Alabama
Sara P. Morgan, J.D.
Burton W. Brooks, M.B.A.
Helen Carl, Ed. D.
U. of Kentucky
Clark T. Schatz, M.B.A.
William B. Marxen, Ph.D.
Georgia State University
"The warm, friendly
atmosphere among stu-
dents, faculty, and admin-
istration and a lovely cam-
pus with nice facilities pro-
vide great conditions for
teaching and learning."
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"Just being here makes
each day wonderful!"
R. S. MacPherson, D.B.A.
Mississippi State University
L. T. Reeves, Ph.D.
Univ. of Alabama
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3V " ^J^Fiir
William L Marshall, M.B. A.
M. Burke Leonard, M.B. A.
Gertrude M. McGuire, Ed.D.
University of Tennessee
"Efforts to improve the
academic status of the
Bruce McClanahan, M.A.
Joseph DiOrio, M.A.
Charles Majure, Ph.D.
Florida St. University
Ray Mayfield, Ph.D.
U. of Alabama
Richard Thames, M.A.
Dr. Wren Bridges
Director of Counseling
Coordinator of Center for Aca-
demic Potential (CAP)
THE PEOPLE THAT KEEP
Academics 1 1 1
1 12 Organizations
This year, the S.G.A. (like almost every organization on
campus) has been caught up in the spirit of change in
the direction of progress. There is a new willingness to
work together with the faculty and administration to
get things done. Some of these changes are signs of
the time, some are long overdue. Not that the path to
progress is entirely free of obstacles — too many com-
mittees, student apathy (still) . . ., but we're definitely
on the way to making Montevallp what it ought to be.
"Some men see things as they are and ask, 'Why?'
dream dreams that never were and ask, 'Why not?' "
George Bernard Sha
Organizations 1 1 5
1 16 Organizations
1 978 TOWER
EDITOR: RICK FRENNEA
STAFF: LYNN FRANKLIN AND
The TOWER is a literary magazine
compiled from student contributions
of poetry, essays and short stories.
Photographs and artwork are also
submitted to the magazine for consid-
eration of publication. This student
publication enhances creativity and
inventive talents of the University stu-
STUDENT PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE
Front row: Alan Livingston, chairman;
Julia Rotenberry, Pat Earnest, Bill Kel-
ler. Second row: Cindy Shirley, Lynn
Abernathy, Mimi Young, Marsha Hen-
ley, Patti Woodham, Debbie Reddin.
Not shown: Dr. Justin Fuller, Jim Wil-
kinson, Rick Frennea.
Organizations 1 1 7
BOARD OF EDITORS
Top to bottom:
The Alabamian, founded in 1925, has been
the voice of the University of Montevallo
students for over fifty years. The paper,
located in the Tower, is funded by the stu-
dent activity fee. This year, for the first time
ever, the Alabamian editorial policy was set
by a board of editors comprised of the edi-
tor, assistant editor, layout editor, trivia edi-
tor, and business manager. The board was
established to aid the editor in matters of
policy, editorial stand, and finances.
1 1 8 Organizations
"Just another recruiting tactic used
by our photographer, Carl."
Organizations 1 1 9
"I am amazed at the number of times I have
been 'cornered' in a round office!" Cindy
1 20 Organizations
The yearbook staff has "done so much for so long with so little that we are now qualified to do
anything with nothing." copied
1 22 Organizations
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MEN'S SPORTS: Leigh Allen, Jeff Easter, and Winnet Havens
1 24 Organizations
ADVERTISING MGR.: Mike Galloway
ARTIST: Donna Pitts
GENERAL STAFF: First row: lla Bosarge, Donna Davis, Susie Smith, Sandra Long. Second row: Marcia Yates, Mary Gibbons,
Tammy Wright, Sarah Husband, Lisa Phillips. Not pictured: Russell Nolen, LaDonna Griftin.
These people did anything, anytime, anywhere for anybody!
GENERAL STAFF MOTTO:
"We the willing, led by the unknowing, are doing the impossible for the ungrateful!" copied
Organizations 1 25
Front row: Ida Jones, Darlene Zills, Debra Weldon, Ginger Glenn, Pam Carlton, Candice Henderson. Second
row: Paula Smith, Cheryl Myrick, Carol Rohling, Suzanne Byrd, Lynn Hayes, Angela Gabel, Patricia Carter,
OFFICERS: Debra Weldon, Pres.; Candice Henderson, Treas.; Ida
Jones, Sec; Cheryl Myrick, IstV.P.; Paula Smith, 2ndV.P.
The purpose of the Social Work Club is to render services
to the community, students on campus, and to the social
work student. These include such activities as games day,
tutoring services to social work students, Thanksgiving
service project, various speakers from several social work
fields, films concerning social work, and field trips.
OFFICERS: Connie Benson, Sec; Ginger Glenn, Pres.; Ruth Guindon,
Treas. Not pictured: Cindy Haffner, V. Pres.
First row: Debra Weldon, Inez B. Jones, Ginger Glenn, Connie Benson, Ruth Guindon, Marsha V. Taylor,
Johnsa Mwarluk. Sec. row: Susie Smith, Vicki Bryan, Anita Tucker, Jennifer Heyward, Connie Walton, Gay
Humphries, Carol Stewart, Peggy Rayfield. Not pictured: Sally Ledbetter, Susan Johnston, Janet Boylan,
Marcia Yates, Ida Jones.
Circle K is a community serv-
ice organization sponsored by
the Columbiana Kiwanis. One
of the requirements for mem-
bership is to spend at least 10
hours on a club project such
as selling Halloween Insur-
ance, cleaning up Fallen
Rock, or selling candy at mov-
ies to raise money for Cystic
Organizations 1 17
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION
1 28 Organizations
Sidney Okeke — President
Randy Godfrey — Vice-President
Carl Vaughn — Public Relations Officer
Terry Murphy — Treasurer
Jeff Moore — Asst. Treasurer
Brett Blackwood — Asst. Public Rel. Officer
Front, L to R: Higa Norio, Brett
Blackwood, Jeff Moore, Eric
Hogstrom, Neal Baird, Saleen
Mahfooz, Sidney Okeke, Terry
Murphy, Mark Hemden, Randy
Godfrey, Jessie Atkins. Back, L
to R: Ray Sosa (Coach); Sunny
Akiri, Yip Keong, Ronnie Vicks,
Carl Vaughn, John Vickrey,
John's Father, Charles Flanna-
gon. Living Au, Moon Ching,
Abraha Yemane, Hadi Dara-
ieh, Michael Elliou.
Organizations 1 29
First row: Sharon Atkins, Connie Medlock, Ginger Lowery, Cathy Stover, Juliette Crawford, Barbara Snyder, Anne Dawson, Cindy Grill, Mary Yelle, Diane
Griffin. Sec. row: David Odem, Neal Clements, Sue Marsh, Karen Mabrey, Leigh Walker, Teri Quick, Sydney Smith, Louanne Clayton, Lin Livingston,
Mary Simmons, Kim Noland, Lisa Hollaway, Kathy Kelly, Karen Nelson, Carolyn Howell. Third row: Steve Faber, Sam Slatsky, Tina Turnipseed, Robyn
Hagier, Robin Toifel, Candi Langston, Tricia Corbett, Charlotte Hill, Yvonne Quillman, Jo Harbin, Carolyn Russell, Richard Warfield, Albertina Scott,
Susan Harris, Lisa Tisdale, Toni Leo, Anna Hamel.
First row: Lisa Holloway, Jr. Rep.; Robin Toifel, Fr. Rep.; Bar-
bara Snider, Soph. Rep.; Karen Mabrey, Sr. Rep.. Sec. row:
Karen Nelson, Pres.; Neal Clements, 2nd V.P.; Kim Noland,
Sec; Ginger Lowery, Treas. Third row: Cindy Grill, Historian;
Tricia Corbett, Rep. Elect.; Carolyn Howell, Rep. to ASAHPER;
Teri Quick, Publicity; Kathy Kelley, Social Chairman; Sydney
Smith, Treas. Elect. Not shown: Carol Chestnut, 1 st V.P.
1 30 Organizations
Front row: Coach Riesener, Mike Morgan, Robert Curry, Billy Woodham, Tim Moody, Roger Miers. Second row: Charlie
Smith, Buzz Greene, Vic Pugh, Johnny Raybon, Bobby Statum, Roger Taylor, Sammy Bailey. Third row: Marty Sargent,
Dale Walker, Jim Sullivan, Allan Coleman, Lee Frick, Randy Morrow, Joey Snow. Fourth row: Neal Bridges, Tom
McComb, Eddie McNorton, Glenn Ratlin", Steve Faber, John Rush. Fifth row: Forrest Schopp, Rick Darby, George Han-
cock, Tommy McNorton. Not shown: Bob Baker.
Catalina provides an organized group situation for those persons interested
in synchronized swimming and aquatic art; opportunities for persons of
exceptional swimming ability to improve general swimming skills, and to
attain skills in the area of swimming performance; students with opportuni-
ties for leadership as well as the discipline of group performance; water per-
formance in and/or out of town; persons skilled in and/or interested in syn-
chronized swimming and aquatic art an opportunity to express creative tal-
ents by composing and performing numbers for water programs. Faculty
sponsor: Melinda Voorhies.
First row: Mary Weaver, Rick Sidwell, Tammy DeBoer, Mary Anne Meadows, Andrea Love-
lady, Phyllis Evans. Sec. row: Robin Lysinger, Sydney Smith, Leigh Allen, Nancy Barnett,
Nieki Bettinger, Betty Ann Plant, Lynn Roberts, Susan Harris, Pat Budak, Laura Sundberg.
Third row: Cindy Grill, Merissa Ide, Edwina Bledsoe, Luarne Turner, Candy Campbell, Lee
OFFICERS: Leigh Allen, Pres.; Robin Lysinger, V. Pres.;
Susan Harris, Sec, Treas.; Mary Anne Meadows, Soc.
Chm., Hist.; Phyllis Evans, Clinic Coor.; Sydney Smith,
1 32 Organizations
First row: Marion Chandler, Joy Davis, Warren Betts, Tina Brabner, Debbie Sewell, Clay Newton, Donna King, Karen Sanders. Second row: Bobby Ivey,
Belinda Sims, Jeanie Rother, David Hassell, Lou Terry, Loretta Burton, Kathy Sappington, Grace McClinton, Mike Dillard. Third row: Steven Hitt, Liz
Archambault, Pierre Lockett, Beth Montgomery, Dana King. Fourth row: Jani Evans, Sandra Pearson, Karen Moore, Charles Dekle.
Orchesis provides the opportunity for
creative dance study, composition,
and performance to men and women
of the University of Montevallo. It
holds auditions each semester which
are open to all interested University
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Organizations 1 35
Front row: Kathy Carlisle, Margo Chancellor, Vickie Rolman, Cindy Holmes, Brenda Speir, Jamie Schell, Ms. Alexander — director, Lisa
Counts. Row 2: Denise Ezell, Julie Murphree, Amelia Chaffin, Suzy Blackwood, LeAnn Sherer, Teresa Posey, Jennifer Goza, Carol Davis.
Row 3: Earlene Rentz, Jaye Rakestraw, Mary Anderson, Debra Meachem, Cindy Rushing, Beth Bryan, Dawn Carroll, Sandra Short, Connie
Anderson. Row 4: Pam Jones, Debbie Durham, Carol Lowery, Mary Christian, Linda Bond, Ginger Newton, Susan Stewart, Kathy Terry,
Michele Elliot, Sharon Putman. Row 5: Tammy Johnson, Debra Goham, Susan Couch, Druanne Sutlow, Diane, Carrie Godfrey, Kathryn
Ann Turner, Rhonda Cooper, Donna Voce, Joan Clemens, Harriet Painter.
Paul Barnes, Alba Beasley, Pam Beasley, Diane Butler, Terry Davis, Bebbie Burham, David Finley, Susan Grooms, Bobby Ivey, David Hassell, Randy
Latta, Sharon Putnam, Vickie Rolman, Charles Snider, Jeffrey, Kathy Terry, K. A. Turner, Lisa Whaley, Stephen Williams, Nancy Beatty, Dr. Ted Pritch-
ett — director, Terry Sims — Graduate assistant.
1 36 Organizolic
L to R: Dr. Cowen, Terry Willis, Robert Whittaker, Pam Smith, Cynthia Donachey, Margaret Norwood,
Kathy Vines, Susan Stewart. Not shown: Kathy Carlisle.
AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS
Lto R: Patti Torrence, Ashley Burrell, Andy Sargent, James Talley, Andy Plummer, Stephen Taylor, Margo Dillard, Susan
Couch, Sandi Sandridge.
Organizations 1 37
Left to right: Susan Robinson, Richard Teague, Leah Painter, Mary Kay Thompson, Sheila Helms.
Front row: Ed Jones, Dave Richardson. 2nd row: Mrs. Betty Murphy, Brad Moreman, Mark
A. LeBerte, Brenda Speir, Ken Cochran. 3rd row: Roy Yarbrough, Kerry Bender, Director:
1 38 / Organizations
Director, Dr. John Owen. First row: Cathi Fuqua, David Wills, Chuck Quinn, James Talley, Steve
Smith, Mike Bergen, Joe Terry, Charles Johnson.
Purpose: To serve as a vehicle to promote the fellowship and self-improvement of its poten-
The Afro-American Society is open to all students in good standing enrolled at the Univer-
sity of Montevallo.
OFFICERS: Raymond Glover, President; Sheila Tripp, Assistant
Secretary; Alfonse Mahones, Vice-President; Deborah Lucas, Sec-
retary; Carmel McNair, Treasurer.
MEMBERS: Kneeling: Tony Simmons, Andrew Sims, James Sal-
ter, Jimmy Adams, Paul McKiney. 2nd row: Alfonse Mahone, Rob-
ert Chappel, Karen Kelley, Yvonne Myree, Lora Elston, Karen
Horn, Deborah Lucas, Sheila Tripp, Carmel McNair, Carlean
Drake. 3rd row: Melissa Cunningham, Pat Carter, Dean Danner,
Cedric Boyd, Sheila Carlton, Raymond Glover, Dale Wesley. 4th
row: Fred Ellis, Valerie Robinson, Denise Davis, Judy Washington,
Janice Williams, Carolyn Rudolph.
GAMMA TAU CHAPTER
Phi Chi Theta's purposes are to pro-
mote the cause of higher business
education and training for all women,
to foster high ideals for women in bus-
iness careers, to encourage fraternity
and cooperation among women pre-
paring for such careers, and to stimu-
late the spirit of sacrifice and unself-
ish devotion to the attainment of such
ends. The open motto is "May the
candle of knowledge guide our ship to
achievement." The Gamma Tau Chap-
ter has 23 members and 14 pledges.
Faculty sponsors are Dr. Gertrude
McGuire and Dr. William B. Marxsen.
MEMBERS: Front row: Karen Guinn, Peggy Rayf ield, Judy Throne, Vivian Friedrich, Glenda Lewis, Angi
Patterson. Back row: Pam Shaia, Marcia Yates, Teresa Green, Pam O'Donnell, Linda Grayson, Dr. Marx-
sen, Advisor; Susan Elliot, Beverly Crawford, Pat Stores, Carol Fischer, Jan Sanders.
OFFICERS: Karen Guinn, President; Marcia Yates, V.P. —
Programs; Pam Shaia, V.P. — Pledging; Beverly Craw-
ford, Recording Secretary; Linda Grayson, Corresponding
Secretary; Vivian Friedrich, Treasurer.
PLEDGES: Front row: Julia Minyard, Carol Peters, Jayne McGee, Pat Stuart. Middle row:
Quida Johnson, Karen Kelly, Carla Young, Cindy Bush. Back row: Lynn Albernathy,
Luann Killian, Deborah Hudson, Beck Adams, Letitia. Not shown: MaryJane Laubenthal.
1 42 Organizations
OFFICERS: Chuck Pittman, President; James Salter, Treasurer;
Dave Mooney, Secretary; Don Smith, Vice-President, Four Legs?
LITTLE SISTERS: Mona Mims, Susan Gore, Judy Washington, Cheryl Honaker,
Cheryl Hinote, Sharon Parks, Kathy Skinner, Cynthia Blackburn, Kathy Campbell.
Organizations 1 43
Front row, L to R: Pat Messer, Robert Lightfoot, Shirley Harrington, Cindy Mange, Amelia Morris. 2nd row: Anita Tucker, Sherry
Brooks, Robin Lake, Cathy Peters, Lora Elston, Nancy Patton, Wadia Bolus, Debra Patterson, Janet Erickson, Cindy McMichael,
Lynn Marshell. 3rd row: Dr. Wendall, Cindy Ellard, Leslie Robinson, Sabine Wlodarski, Nancy Harhai, Anita Ferguson, Janice
Williams. 4th row: Margaret Mullins, Barbara Duke, Lynn Ireland, Janice Conley, Kendall Bergin, Pam Bigham, Cathy Chandler,
Tina Headley, Sheila Scott, Susan Herndon, Kathy Lonett, Lynn Marshall, Dr. Brown, Monyette Cunningham. 5th row: Cindy
Tucker, Cathy Laquire, Neil Cross, Ivey Liles, Mike Wright, Barbara Aspinwall, Keith Swinford, Jeanie McMichen, David Briggs,
Barbara Tona, Kathy Jernigan, Naomi Hendrix.
Kneeling: Dave Richardson. 2nd row: Mr. Kunkell, Jo
Ann Miller, Carl Moor, Denise Davis, Regina Harbour.
3rd row: Rene Dunshee, Darrell Revel, Stephen Hitt,
LAMBDA SIGMA PI
L to R Front: Debbie Erickson, Marcia Yates. Back:
Margo Dillard, Dr. Angela Hernandez (Sponsor), Mar-
sha Henley, Cathy Zahumensky.
BETA BETA BETA
First row: Orville Prescott (Skeleton), Mark Dal Santo, Cheryl Morton, Denise Hinds, Lori Merijanian, Dr. Jan Eagles. Second
row: Dr. Philip Beasley, David Peters, Greg Merijanian, Julia Mullins, Dr. Robert McGuire, Dr. Malcom Braid, Terry Thrasher,
Patsy Tackett, Norman Patty.
STUDENT HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION
S.H.E.A.'s goal is to foster and
encourage an interest in and a desire
for better Home and community living
and leadership to stimulate action
which will lead toward this goal.
OFFICERS: Seated L to R: Pam Webb
— Pres., Phyllis Evans — 1st V.P.,
Gilda Walker — 2nd V.P., Martha Phi
lips — Program Chairman. Back:
Elanor Johnston — Advisor, Beth
Hurst — Reporter, Ramona Dickinson
— Social Chairman, Saundra Johnson
— State Representative, Sandra
Smith — Publicity Chairman, Leigh
Allen — Sec.-Treas.
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First row: Marveline Stephens, Gilda
Walker, Pres.; Pauline Towery, Martha
Phillips, V.P.; Glennie Nyleck, Patricia
Organizations 1 47
ETA SIGMA PHI
Front L to R: George Ritter, Janey Holcomb, Mark DalSanto, Steve Condrey, Mar-
tha Phillips, Donna Thompson, Cindy Shirley, Debbie Dyer, LouAnn Gibson, Cindy
McMichael, Debbie Asnip, Ann Harris, Joy McDonald, Susan Zahumensky, Kathy
Zahumensky, Debra Dyle, Lori Merijanian. Not shown: Mrs. Joyce Fuller, Sponsor.
Sitting L to R: Donna Pitts — Pres.,
Carol Davis, Melanie Cook — Sec,
Nancy Silver, Sandra Reid, Terri
Price, Lynn McPherson, Nedra
Smith — Treas. Kneeling: Susan
Pamplin, Jan Schablow, Teresa
Cook, Doug Newton, Noel Spicer.
Standing: Bob Sharp, Robert God-
sey, Greg Johnson, Dockery Pitt-
man — V.P., John Lester, Mickey
Crawford, Jim Esenault, Jimmy
Adams, Chuck Pittmen, Gary Houl-
1 48 Organizations
PHI ALPHA THETA
'ront row: Dr. Morgan, Bruce Blake, Dale Birch, Dr. Rogers, Dr. Jesse Jackson. Sec-
ond row: Evelyn Robinson, Ann Harris, Dr. Shirley Jackson.
Sitting: Dr. Foreman, Dr. Hernandez. Standing: Steve Gibbs, Cathy Zahumensky,
Debbie Kelly. Not shown: Steve Acre.
Organizations 1 49
Sitting: OFFICERS: Anita Ratliff, Sec; Jeanie Rother,
Pres.; Suzanne Pannell, V.P. Second row: Cindy
McPoland, Feba Hardyman, Denise Headnick, Nancy
Bamett, Jim Nabors, Roy Cunningham, Mary R. Gibbons,
Steve Shadix, Terrell Phillips, Janice Barrington, Dr.
KAPPA DELTA PI
EDUCATION HONOR SOCIETY
First row: Suzanne Pannell, Becky Mills, Anita Ferguson, Jackie Samsal, Kathy Robinson, Denise Hinds, Barbara Tona, Jennie
Fuller, Gilda Walker, Becky Buckelew, Tom Gravlee. Second row: Anita Tucker, Glenda Wheat, Charlotte Hill, Judy Williams,
Donna Pitts, Martha Phillips, Louann Gibson, Feba Hardyman, Cindy McMichealson, Sebene Wlodarski, Anice Lynch, Sheryl
Vann. Third row: Dr. Earnest, Ruth Guindon, Sandra Coburn, Ann Harris, Jeanne Taylor, Chris Crawford, Jessie Lagrone, Mary
Christian, Debbie Faust, Linda Hood, Deborah Dyle, Lora Elston, Cindy Mange, Sally Ledbetter, Beverly Hill, Kathy Logan, Roy
Cunningham, Tina Grantham.
Kneeling L to R: Joy Beverly, Cindy Shirley, Sharon Price. Sitting L to R: Lee White,
Glenda Weathers, Terry Barr, Tina Grantham, Mary West, Melodie Putnam, Janice Bar-
rington, Geri Horn. Standing L to R: Feba Hardyman, Rick Frennea, Austin Reid, Wayne
Porter, Dr. Sidney Vance (Faculty Sponsor).
Front row: Debbie Bryan, Mike Dillard, Kelly Mewborne. Second row: Nance Nabors, John
Lawson, Sandra Smith, Glen Gray, Winnet Havens. Third row: Elaine Presson, Letitia Ellis,
Mark D. Wilson, Joy McDonald, Kathy McClellan, Mel Gibbons, Allen Morton.
Front row: Denise Hinds, Kathy LeFoy, Nancy Barnett, Donna Thompson, Dean
Wilkinson. Second row: Debbie Wright, Regina Smith, Jackie Childs, Sharon
Steve Acre, Pres.
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Omicron Delta Kappa
A Leadership Honorary Society
Dr. John Lott
Dr. Bill Hamer
INTERNATIONAL STUDY FOR INTERCULTURAL
TL: Nigerian Students
TR: Mrs. Charlotte Blackmon, Director
of the International Studies Program,
and Dr. Kermit Johnson welcome Dr.
Hormoc Ansari, Director of Political
Science Dept. at the University of Isfa-
han in Iran.
BR: A going-away gift for Dr. Ansari is
presented by Michael Elliou.
"It is important that we have a diver-
sity of students here. International
students contribute at least as much
as they get out of their experience at
— J. Vickrey
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There is only one man in the world and
his name is All Men.
There is only one woman in the world
and her name is All Women.
There is only one child in the world and
the child's name is All Children.
— Carl Sandburg
Organizations 1 55
WEAPON . . .
PIKING IT 4
The 1977 Volleyball team had a very successful
year. They were coached by Ms. Beverly Warren.
The managers were Kathy Kelley and Tammy
Sports 1 59
Terri Cason and Carla Jarvis
Lisa Holloway and Candy Campbell
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Taking second in State competition
assured the Volleyball team of a journey
to Regionals at MUW. Our ladies repre-
sented Montevallo well. They placed 4th
in the Southeastern states for the small
college division. The team excelled in
spirit, skill, and good sportsmanship. WE
ARE PROUD OF THEM!!!
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WEAPON. . .
Sports 1 65
TENNIS' RARE WEAPON . . .
team had severa
faces this year.
Crew coached the team
to several wins.
asked how she
enjoying it. We have a
good team, and
nice change of pace for
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WOMEN ON THE MOVE . . .
. . . FROM SENECA FALLS TO
WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL BOARD
The Women's Intramural Program was organized differ-
ently this year. The Junior Coaching class co-ordinated
the events, which included everything from Rock to Swim-
ming, under the direction of Dr. Margaret Blalock — Fac-
ulty Advisor — and Julia Mullins — Student Adviser.
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Pictured are the groups who excelled in
women's Volleyball Intramurals. Clock-
wise: Senior Women P.E. Majors, Phi Mu,
Alpha Delta Pi (I), Afro-American Socie + y,
and Alpha Delta Pi (II).
The women of the Afro-American Society
took the University Volleyball Intramural
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Rolling Hills Multi-Match
Opryland Collegiate Classic
Univ. of N. Alabama Classic
Athens State College
Athens State College
Feb. 1 1
Feb. 1 5
Capital City Classic
U of Alabama
Nov. 1 7
Dec. 1 1
U of Alabama
Dec. 1 3
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Apr. 1 1
University of Alabama
NAIA District 27 Tourney
Ala. A&M Tourney
NAIA DISTRICT TOURNEY
U of Ala. Invitational
Ole Miss Tourney
Oct. 1 1
Oct. 1 5
Oct. 1 9
University N. Ala.
University N. Ala.
Calhoun Jr. College
Calhoun Jr. College
Apr. 1 5
UA Huntsville and Athens
AAIAW State Tournament
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The 1 977 Falcon Baseball Season was a very good one. The
team worked well together and proved their ability by
meeting each opponent with a winning spirit. The season's
work paid off for four players who made All District, three
who made All Conference, and two who received Honorable
Sports 1 79
1977 UM BASEBALL
First row: Lewis Wolfe, Mike Morgan, Billy Woodham, Dan Peacock, Keith Luker, Eddie McNorton. Second row: Rick Darby,
Steve Faber, Jeff Jones, Kenny Wright, Craig Hyde, James Haskins, George Hudson. Third row: Billy Fultz, Kenny Puig, Buc
Buchannon, Randy Morrow, Mike Cupps, Vic Pugh, Kenny Williams, David Shiflett, Lee Frick. Fourth row: Coach Larry Popwell,
Charlie Stano, Bobby Thomas, Chris Leak, Chris Brown, Larry Hirschey, Dale Walker, Jim Golembeski, Bobby Statum, Alan
Coleman, Coach Bob Reisener. Fifth row: Tim Moody, Marty Sargent, Joey Snow, Donny Bailey.
BOB REISENER — HEAD COACH
1 80 Sports
The 1 977 Falcon Baseball season was the best in Montevallo's history with 36
wins and 21 losses. Part of this was due to four outstanding players: Kenny
Wright, Billy Woodham, Randy Morrow, and Lee Frick. All four of these young men
made All District. Billy, Lee, and Randy also made All Conference. Special
congratulations to Kenny and Billy who also made All Area V and Honorable
Mention All American.
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This year's Basketball season got off
to a good start when the Falcons won
the first place trophy at the Montevallo
Tip-Off Tournament. As the Falcons
began their winning season, school
spirit was running high with the help
of the pep band and enthusiastic fans.
Special thanks to President Vickrey
and the Fans For Falcons Club for
their continued support throughout
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Front row: Vincent Duncan, Asst. Manager; Wylie Tucker, Co-Captain; Vanard Dinkins, Harry Gainer, Tyrone Bumbry, Robert
Cash, Tom Combs. Second row: Eddie Barnes, Asst. Coach; Roger Miers, George Hancock, Tim Korn, Robert Curry, Tye Bur-
ns, Bob Baker, Tony Gray, Charlie Dickinson, Co-Captain; Bill Elder, Coach.
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HEAD COACH — BILL ELDER
ASST. COACH — EDDIE BARNES
WINNER OF 1977 UM
The University of Montevallo was
well represented in the 1 977 Tip-
Off tournament with George
Hancock as All-Tourney Player,
Charles Dickinson with the tour-
ney trophy, and Wylie Tucker as
Most Valuable Player.
Sports 1 89
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TO THE GAME
L to R: Coach Ward Tishler, Lecky Walker, Mark Benson, Kent Keller, Richard Lawley, Chuck Conner, Richard Warf ield.
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In 1977 the tennis team finished third in the conference;
however, better results are hoped for this year. Fall prac-
tice proved the team stronger and more optimistic for a
Sports 1 93
GOLF'S PRECISION WEAPON
• • •
The Golf Team, made up of primarily new members, showed
promise of a great year by winning the Champion Trophy at
the Fall Classic sponsored by the University of North Ala-
bama. As their season progressed, the school was not let
down and each member continued to put forth that extra bit
of effort needed to win.
Steve Wright — Captain and Leon Davis — Coach.
Kneeling L-R: Wayne Watkins, Greg Smith, Carl Hodges. Standing: Norm Turns, Brad Dinkmeyer, Lee Holcombe, Barry
Greene, Steve Wright — Captain, Harry Britton.
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1 . Faculty
3. 2nd Napier
2. 3rd Fuller
1. Chi Alpha Nu
2. Pi Kappa Alpha
1. Pi Kappa Alpha
3. Alpha Tau Omega
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ALPHA DELTA PI
Mary Jane Laubenthal
Londa Abbott — Cor. Sec.
Jenny Ford — President
Linda Patterson — Rec. Sec.
Deby Wright — Pledge Dir.
Dana King — V. Pres.
LEFT: PLEDGES: Front row: Elaine Van-
dergrift, Rinalda Jones, Donna Davis,
Nancy Birdsong, Deborah Davis, Debra
Patterson, Lisa Lundy, Donna Motes,
Mary Clemons, Barbara Fuller, Betty Wil-
hite, Valerie McBee, Debbie Bryan, Bar-
bara Daniels, Cindy Ray. Back row: Lau-
rie Gober, Susan Harris, Merissa Ide,
Rhonda Lescher, Lu Ann Killian, Rose-
mary Lee, Debbie Hinds, Linda Price,
Karen Sanders, Pam Wight, Beth Forbis,
Janice Wallis, Lisa Gregory, Barbara Nor-
man, Sharon Bradford, Connie McCulley.
LEFT: PI GUYS: Mark Spaulding, Steve Farrell,
Bobby Davis, Jimmy O'Neil, Tommy King, Tony
Acre, Steve Condrey. Not pictured: Mike Boho-
rofish, Ian Frost, Robbie Robinson, Bruce
Thomas, Billy Cox.
ALPHA GAMAAA DELTA
Mary Anne Meadows
Lee Bin ion
Mary Ruth Tindle
LEFT: PLEDGES: Front row: Doll Reid, Julie
Armstrong, Gretchen Grub, April Van Orman,
Regina Venable, Melany Hall, Linda Bond,
Maria Gagliano, Susan Whitten. Row 2: Becky
Lewis, Lauren Thompson, Pat Budak, Elaine
Marino, Mary Burke, Cherlyn Murdock, Karen
Kelly. Row 3: Mel Gibbons, Karen Wingate, Kelly
Griffith, Betsy Feaga, Margo Chancellor. Row 4:
Anita Johnson, Kathy Lamberth, Chantal Mays.
Row 5: Julia Jones, Anita Smith. Not pictured:
Kim Cobb, Karen Holloway, Ann Ramey, Carla
ABOVE: OFFICERS: Nancy Silver — Standards,
Cathy Edwards — Scribe, Lee White — Presi-
dent, Valerie Bradley — Vice President —
Scholarship, Robyn Goodner — Social Chm.,
Lee Binion — Activities Chm., Pam Macpher-
son — VP — Fraternity Education, Mary Ruth
Tindle — ■ Treasurer, Heidi Newman — Corre-
sponding Secretary, Mary Anne Meadows —
Ritual Chm., Sharon Parks — Recording Sec,
Terri Drinkard — Altruistic Chm., Claire Camp-
bell — Publicity, Ouida Johnson — Member-
ship, Regina Smith — Panhellenic.
Alpha Gam Man Appreciation Day
LEFT: PLEDGES: Front row: Nancy Woody,
Vandi Roberts, Lynne Davis, Donna Stiers, Julia
Minyard, Meg Witmer. Row 2: Alicia Liles, Pam
Robertson, Sarah Husband, Laura Whitman,
Tammy Morgan, Margaret Speed, Judy Pea-
cock, Teresa Rothwell, Cynthia Egger, LuAnne
McCombs, Lorrie Pekarofski. Row 3: Susan
Small, Christy Stanford, Pam Corley, Pecky
Paris, Candy Graff.
ABOVE: OFFICERS: Mimi Young — Pledge
Trainer, B. J. Chaltain — President, Nancy
Patton — Treasurer, Ivey Liles — Vice Pres-
ident, Charlotte Knight — Rush Chairman,
Sonya Gamble — Personnel, Donna Howard
LEFT: PLEDGES: Front row: Diana Donnen-
wirth, Debbie McGinty, Sharon Owen, Krist-
ina Herda, Nancy Crocker, Brenda Polke,
Linda Phipps, Jodie Traweek. Row 2:
Donette Dunagan, Sharon Clard, Jan Davis,
Pat Stoves, Connie Medlock, Angie Smith,
Cindy McPoland, Wendy Ratliff. Row 3: Mary
Milton, Susan Harris, Teresa Moore, Becky
Holmes, Tammy Wright, Beverly Hill, Eliza-
beth Holmes, Merrilee Eddy, Loretta Moody,
Mona Mims, Dee Russell, Carol Stewart,
Shelia Burnett, Leigh Marshall, Tammy
ABOVE: OFFICERS: Top to bottom: Sharon
Shannon — President, Diane Hayes — Vice
President, Terry Kelly — Corresponding Secre-
tary, Debbie Cobb — Recording Secretary,
Donna Thompson — Panhellenic Delegate,
Jane Hill — Pledge Director, Debby Kelly —
Not pictured: Wadia Bolus — Membership
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
^LEDGES: Mike Galloway, Ronnie Thompson, Bobby Thomas, Tim
VIcGuire. Not pictured: David Hood.
OFFICERS: Myron Kirby — Treasurer, Norman Patty — President, Kim
Holland — Secretary, Don Marshall — Vice-President.
LITTLE SISTERS: Row 1: Suzanne Pennell, Kit
Cobern, Naomi Hendrix, Quinnette Sherrer,
Nedra Smith, Karla Adkins. Row 2: Donnis
Ross, Jennifer Broome, Beth McDonald, Jan
Schablou, Janey Holcomb, Jan Davis, Gail Pha-
tures, Janey Evans, Joy Davis, Beverly Hawkins,
Sharon Clarke. Not pictured: Sherry Wharton,
Tina Smith, Julie Knox, Darcy Booth.
CHI ALPHA NU
ABOVE: PLEDGES: Steve Faber, Russell Rosser,
Frank Flanagan, Ivon Gentry.
OPPOSITE: LITTLE SISTERS: Row 1: Barbara
Franks, Vivian Friedrich, Deborah Dyle, Cindy
Bush, Carol Davis, Claire Campbell. Row 2:
Nancy Walters, Carol Nixon, Ruth Birdener,
Mary Stack. Not pictured: Ramona Watts.
OFFICERS: Robert McGuffie — Vice Pres., Billy Beers — Sergeant-at-
Arms, Jack King — Sec, Steve Condrey — Alumni Director, Carl Schaefer
LITTLE SISTERS: Valerie Bradley, Marie Lacey, Belinda Sims, Susan Wal-
drop, Karla Counts, Cathy Hutchinson, Heidi Newman, Jan Puckett, Lynn
Ireland, Sharon Parks, Ramona Avery. Not pictured: Jenny Ford, Bebe
Chi Delphia Touch Football Team
Uncle Grady in rare form.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Mike Burgin — High Tau
Doug Brom — High Phi
Bruce Thomas — High Delta
David Dennis — High Epsilon
Phil Thomas — High Rho
Greg Merijanian — High Sigma
Dr. Bill Wallace — High Pi
Wilson Roepke — High Alpha
Jim Porter — High Beta
Mike Newton — High Gamma
ABOVE: LITTLE SISTERS: Liz Farrow, Patti Hill, Lori
Merijanian, Susan Shannon, Jan Clark, Sandra
Pearson, Carol Bonfield, Chrissy Moore, Sharon
Shannon, Nan Ellis, Linda Phipps, Cindy Winbone,
PI KAPPA ALPHA
Donnie Mims — Athletic Chm.
Frank West — Rush Chm.
Clifford Mitchell — Warden
John Speir — Accountant
Ed Hayes — Secretary
Ben Powell — President
Loring Muir — Vice-President
Steve Farrell — Pledge Master
Jim Henderson — Entertainment
Frank Meitrick — Alumni Sec.
Russel Gray — Historian
Stephen Hitt — Historian
Clay Rives — Little Sister Chairman
ABOVE: LITTLE SISTERS: Front row: Debbie Smith,
Yolanda Levio. Row 2: Donna Motes, Darlene Findley.
Row 3: Debbie Cobb, Carla Covin, Sherry Adams,
Donna Webb. Row 4: Linda Patterson, Carol Meffert,
Melody Putman, Christy Stanford, Trena Bush.
PLEDGES: Glen Davis, Ronny Prichett, John Lindburgh, Greg Miller, Keith Dutton, Eddie Kines.
PI KAPPA PHI
Dan Breland — Vice-Archon
Mark Spaulding — Warden
Rick Neahammer — Archon
Bobby Zarzaur — Historian
Jerry Barnett — Secretary
Jim Holder — Treasurer
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LITTLE SISTERS: Row 1: Jan Samsel,
Karen Moore, Merry Boyer, Rosemary
Klopack. Row 2: Jackie Samsel, Reg-
ina Smith, Beth Montgomery. Row 3:
Loretta Burton, Jane Hill, Cheryl
Hinote, Stacy Chiriaco, Connie Baker,
Anita Ferguson, Robin Lysinger, Ken-
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Betty Ann Plant
Kelley Lynn Roberts
Susan Anne Small
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Margaret Ann Witmer
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David R. Knox
Mary Jane Laubenthal
Kathryn Ann Turner
Sonny Brown C. Akiri
Carol Lee Hil
James W. Jones
Sally Led better
Mary Anne Meadows
Benjamin Chuks Okahta
Susan E. Scott
Michele Van Landingham
Lizabeth Leigh Allen
Debra Lee Appleyard
Bobby Wayne Atkinson
Robert Kenneth Baker
Alba E. Beasley, Jr.
Sena M. Bergeron
Nickie Lynn Bettinger
AlvmL. Bittle, Jr.
Virginia Sue Blackwood
Bruce Wayne Blake
Calvin William Bowen, Jr.
John Kenneth Bowman
Pamela Dianne Boyd
Janet Mane Boylan
Cristine Marshall Brabner
William Henry Brantley
Douglas L. Brom
Barbara B. Brown
Janet Lynne Brush
John Davis Brush
Billy Michael Bynum
Mary Jo Buff
Regina Dale Burch
Mary V. Burks
Claire Marian Campbell
Susan Denise Carter
Michael Eugene Carter
Vicki Joye Carter
Karen Sue Clark
Edwin Neal Clements
Deborah Ann Cobb
Cynthia J. Codone
Stephen E. Condrey
Debra Cosper McGalliard
Janice Dianne Cowley
Christine M. Crawford
Beverly Diane Crawford
Lawrence R. Crosby
Neil Cross, Jr.
John Edward Cunningham
Marshel R. Cunningham
Daryl Glen Custred
Carol Ann Davis
Carol Elizabeth Davis
Douglas W. Davis III
Kitizah Arlene Deason
Donna Reed Dickson
Margo E. Dillard
Cynthia Dawn Donagley
Terri Lynn Drinkard
Barbara Gail Duke
Deborah Sue Durham
Elana M. Ellman
Lora Venita Elston
Deborah M. Erickson
K. Denise Ethridge
Phyllis Laverne Evans
Linda Jean Ferguson
Selma Darlene Findley
Carol Lynn Fischer
Mary Beth Forrester
David C. Forro
Deborah H. Franklin
Gail Nannette Frey
Lee N. Frick
Julius E. Frith, Jr.
Mary Ruth Gibbons
Lou Ann Gibson
Stephen C. Gibson
Heidi Marie Gillespie
Martha Jo Glass
Vickey Joel Glover
James R. Godfrey
Vicki Kay Golson
Tina Lucinda Grantham
Garry Gail Gray
Linda M. Grayson
Teresa Pearl Green
Karen Faye Guinn
Timothy Ted Haas
Feba Louise Hardyman
Linda Ann Harris
Lori Crumpton Hatley
Laura Claire Hayes
John Michael Hayes
Marsha Caren Henley
Mary Denise Hinds
Janey Lucile Holcomb
Cheryl Lynn Honaker
Geri Anita Horn
Kathy Renay Horsley
Sherri Lynn Horton
Donna Lucille Howard
Deborah Ann Hudson
Leah Karen Hughes
Alice Esther Hunt
Lynn Patricia Ireland
John D. Johnson
Ouida Gaye Johnson
Emilie Walker Jones
Susan E. Killette
Kent LaVerne Keller
Kathy Sue Kelley
Theresa Lynn Kelly
Karen Ann Kendricks
Mary Theresa Kirby
Julee Amanda Knox
Larry Shannon Landrump
Ivey Ruth Liles
Luretta B. Livingston
Odesa Maria Lorant
Carol B. Lowery
Ginger Annette Lowery
Stephen Norse Luker
Janice Karen Mabrey
Leah M. Mackin
Jack Conald Marshall, Jr.
Robert Wayne McGuff ie
Cindy Louise McMichael
Richard William Mebius Jr.
Connie Marie Medlock
Patricia Diane Messer
James Owen Mills
Rebecca Sue Mills
Margaret Ann Moates
David Micheal Mooney
Amelia Ruth Morris
Jerri Lynn Morrow
John Wayne Morrow
Julia Lynn Mullins
Nancy Lynne Nabors
Richard A. Neathammer
Karen Jean Nelson
Vickie Linn Norris
Pamela Denise O'Donnell
Mary Beth Ousley
Norman K. Patty
David F. Peters
Martha Lloyd Phillips
Terrell Jack Phillips
Rebecca Cooper Piper
Donna Kay Pitts
Ramona Shannon Popwell
Thomas D. Powell
Sharon Elizabeth Price
Melody Ailene Putnam
Sharon Lee Putnam
Carolyn Jaye Rakestraw
Peggy Sue Rayfield
Debra Dorris Reddin
Austin Henry Reid, Jr.
George L. Ritter
Susan Borden Robinson
Ellaine P. Rosemond
Jean Lee Rother
Carolyn LaFay Russell
Jacquelyn Vann Samsal
Susan Janette Samsal
Bobbie J. Schofield
Connie L. Self
William R. Self, II
William Steven Shadox
Byron Neal Shaw
Rhonda Gail Sides
Belinda Carol Sims
Terry Clay Sims
Clifton Eddie Slaton
Carol D. Smith
Donald Ray Smith
Nedra Jean Smith
Pamela Dean Smith
Paula Denise Smith
Stanley Ray Smith
Cynthia Jean Smitherman
Sonya Hicks Smitherman
Carles Kenneth Snider
Susan Denise Spates
Mark Lane Spaulding
SAY SOMETHING NICE TO
EVERYONE YOU MEET TODAY!
IT'LL DRIVE 'EM CRAZY!
Carol Jean Stewart
Patricia A. Stoves
Deborah L. Stringer
James Harvey Sullivan
Sara Katherine Taft
James T. Talley
Sherry Darlene Tew
Donna Lorell Thompson
Barbara Sue Tona
Kathryn Drusilla Vess
Kathy Oakley Waddell
Gilda Alba Walker
Janice Leigh Walker
Rita Lynne Walters
Connie Matson Watts
Pamela Ann Webb
Francis E. West, Jr.
Vivian Lee White
Sherry Dianne Wood
Betty Jean Worrel
LIZBETH LEIGH ALLEN:
Chitdersburg, -Home Economics Mer
chandising, BA, Catalina Club —
President — Secretary-Treasurer
State Representative of SHEA, Wesle'
Fellowship, Montage, Flunkie — Col-
lege Night. JH
Tuscaloosa, Teacher of Hearing
Impaired, BS, NASHA, Alpha Gamma
Birmingham, Accounting, BBA, Phi
Mu, Sigma Alpha Sigma, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Circle K.
BOBBY WAYNE ATKINSON:
Maplesville, Accounting, BBA, Sigma
Alpha Sigma, Athletic Director and
Resident of Baptist Student Union.
BERT H. BAGLEY:
Huntsville, Mass Communications,
BA, BSU, Entertainment Committee.
ROBERT KENNETH BAKER:
Birmingham, Accounting, BS, Basket-
ball, BSU, Fellowship of Christian Ath-
ALBA G. BEASLEY, JR.:
Montgomery, Music Education, BME,
Chamber Choir, Concert Choir.
SENA Ml. BERGERON:
Fairhope, Speech Pathology Audiol-
ogy, BS, College Night, Circle K,
Kappa Delta Pi.
NICKI LYNN BETTINGER:
Maylene, Business — Physical Educa-
tion, BS, Catalina Club, Physical Edu-
cation Club, Senior Beauty Candidate.
Anniston, Accounting -
BBA, Sigma Alpha Sigma.
VIRGINIA SUE BLACKWOOD:
Parrish, Music Education, BME, UM
Band, UM Chorale, Assistant Director
Musical Theater Scenes.
BRUCE WAYNE BLAKE:
Bessemer, History, BA, BSU, Phi
CALVIN WILLIAM BOWEN, JR.:
Short Creek, Music, BME, Concert
Band, Jazz Ensemble, Chi Alpha Nu
■ — Vice President, College Night.
JOHN KENNETH BOWMAN:
Madison, Business Administration
BS, Movie Chairman, Air Force ROTC,
Theater Production, Purple Cast,
Palmer Sound Booth Operator, Com-
puter Center Lab Assistant.
PAMELA DIANNE BOYD:
Birmingham, Education, BS, Chi
Omega, College Night.
JANET MARIE BOYLAN:
Huntsville, Education, BS, ACE, Circle
CHRISTINE MARSHALL BRABNER:
Mobile, Accounting, BBA, Orchesis,
College Night, Elite Night, Phi Chi
Theta, Chi Omega.
WILLIAM HENRY BRANTLEY:
Cullman, Psychology, BS, BSU.
Jonesboro, Ark., Business Manage-
ment, BBA, Pi Kappa Phi — President
— Vice President, Treasurer, College
Night — Gold, Sigma Alpha Sigma,
Interfraternity Council, Intramural
Columbiana, Home Economics Mer-
chandising, BA, BSU.
DOUGLAS L. BROM:
Gardendale, Mass Communications,
BS, SGA Senator, Lambda Chi Alpha,
College Night — Purple Leader, Presi-
dent — Intra- Fraternity Council.
BARBARA B. BROWN:
Opelika, Business Administration,
BBA, Sigma Alpha Sigma, Phi Mu,
Delta Chi — Pledge Sweetheart, Little
JANET LYNNE BRUSH:
Panama City, Fla., Accounting, BBA,
Sigma Alpha Sigma.
JOHN DAVIS BRUSH:
Birmingham, Accounting, BBA.
BILLY MICHAEL BYNUM:
Pell City, Art Education, BFA, Alpha
Tau Omega, Kappa Pi, Senior Senator,
College Night Cast, Gold Leader.
Baileyton, Guidance and Counseling,
BS, ACE, SNEA, Kappa Delta Pi, Vice
MARY JO BUFF: M
Alabaster, Education, BA, Elite Night
Beauty, Purple Cast.
REGINA DALE BURCH:
Birmingham, History and Art, BA,
Kappa Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, Eta Sigma
Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA.
Albertville, Counseling and Guidance,
CLAIRE MARIAN CAMPBELL:
Mobile, History, BS, Alpha Gamma
Delta — Office Editor, Chi Alpha Nu
SUSAN DENSIE CARTER:
Gardendale, Education, BS.
MICHAEL EUGENE CARTER:
Bessemer, Accounting — Finance,
BBA, Sigma Alpha Sigma.
VICKI JOYE CARTER:
Birmingham, Chemistry, BS, Senate,
RA, Alpha Lambda Delta, Eta Sigma
Phi, Circle K.
Birmingham, Business Management,
BBA, Pi Kappa Phi, Alpha Kappa Psi,
Montage Head Photographer.
BARBARA JO CHALTAIN:
Mobile, Education, BS, Chi Omega —
President — Rush Chairman, College
Night — Gold, Flunkie, Make-up,
Cast, Panhellenic Council.
KAREN SUE CLARK:
Birmingham, English, BS, College
EDWIN NEAL CLEMENTS:
Thorsby, Physical Education, BS.
DEBORAH ANN COBB:
Midfield, Business Education, BS, Phi
Mu — Recording Secretary, Sigma
Alpha Sigma, Pi Kappa Alpha Little
CYNTHIA J. CODONE:
Pensacola, Fla., Mass Communica-
tions, BS, Senator, BASIC.
PHILLIP ROSS COKER:
Birmingham, Marketing, BA, BSU.
STEPHEN E. CONDREY:
Montevallo, Political Science, BS,
Delta Chi — Alumni Director, Little
Sister Chairman, IFC Representative,
SGA — Ombudsman, Student Court,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Eta Sigma Phi.
DEBRA COSPER McGALLIARD:
Huntsville, Business Education, BS,
Alpha Delta Pi — Scholarship Chair-
man, Sigma Alpha Sigma.
JANICE DIANNE COWLEY:
Huntsville, Teacher of the Hearing
Impaired, BS, BASIC, HASHA, Purple
Cowtail — Cabinet — Props, Enter-
CHRISTINE M. CRAWFORD:
Birmingham, Counseling — Psychol-
ogy, BS, Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Delta
Pi, BASIC, Gold Cast.
BEVERLY DIANE CRAWFORD:
Albertville, Accounting, BBS, Phi Mu
Alumni Chairman, Phi Chi Theta —
Recording Secretary, Sigma Alpha
Sigma, Lambda Sigma Pi.
LAWRENCE R. CROSBY:
Bessemer, History, BS.
NEIL CROSS, JR.:
Ft. Walton Beach, Fla., Speech Pathol-
ogy Audiology, BS, Soccer Team,
Montevallo, Guidance Counseling, BS.
JOHN EDWARD CUNNINGHAM:
Montevallo, Sociology, BS.
Birmingham, Physical Education, BS,
Delta Sigma Theta, PE Club.
MARCHEL ROY CUNNINGHAM:
Montevallo, English — History, BA,
Phi Alpha Theta, Eta Sigma Phi,
Sigma Tau Delta, International Rela-
tions Club, Volunteer Tutoring Pro-
Goodsprings, Chemistry, BS, Chemis-
Meridianville, Merchandising, BS,
SHEA, College Night, BASIC.
CAROL ANN DAVIS:
Huntsville, Art, BFA, Kappa Pi, College
Night Purple Scenic Art.
CAROL ELIZABETH DAVIS:
Birmingham, Voice, BME, UM Cho-
rale, Theater Production, UM Concert
DOUGLAS W. DAVIS, III:
Birmingham, Sociology, BS, BSU, Pi
Kappa Phi, Theater, College Night,
Mobile, Voice, BME, Concert Choir,
Chamber Choir, Chorale, Chi Omega,
College Night — Gold Cast.
KITIZAH ARLENE DEASON:
Selma, Counseling and Guidance, BS,
DONNA REED DICKSON:
Montevallo, Business Education, BS.
MARGO E. DILLARD:
Dothan, Music, BM, American Guild of
Organists — Secretary-Treasurer —
President, MENC, Wind Ensemble,
Purple Orchestra, Phi Alpha Mu,
Lambda Sigma Pi — President, Eta
Sigma Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi
Kappa Lambda Award, Margaret B.
Reed Organ Award.
CYNTHIA DAWN DONAGHEY:
Mobile, Music — Piano, BM, Piano
Ensemble, String Ensemble, Chorale.
Hunnboldt, Ks., Mass Communica-
tions, BS, Eta Sigma Phi.
TERRI LYNN DRINKARD:
Cullman, Speech Theatre, BS, Sena-
tor, Purple Cowtail — Purple Leader,
Member Zet, Alpha Tau Delta, Pi
Kappa Alpha Little Sister.
BARBARA GAIL DUKE:
Alabaster, Speech Pathology, BS,
DEBORAH SUE DURHAM:
Leesburg, Ga., Music Education, BME,
BSU, MENC, Chamber Choir.
ELANA M. ELLMAN:
Birmingham, Speech Pathology, BS,
LORA VENITA ELSTON:
Anniston, Speech Pathology, BS,
NSSHA, Afro-American Society, The
Omnipotent Scholars, Kappa Delta Pi.
DEBORAH M. ERICKSON:
Birmingham, Music, BME, Phi Alpha
Mu, Eta Sigma Phi, Lambda Sigma Pi,
Alpha Lambda Delta.
Bessemer, Office Administration, BS.
PHYLLIS LAVERNE EVANS:
Wilmer, Home Economics Retailing,
BA, Phi Mu — Rush Chairman —
Reference Chairman, Pi Kappa Alpha
Little Sister — Vice President, Cata-
lina Club, Gold Leader, SHEA — Pres-
ident — Vice President.
LINDA JEAN FERGUSON:
Pelham, Accounting, BBA.
SELINA DARLENE FINDLEY:
Mobile, Management, BBA, Alpha
Delta Pi — Vice President, Pi Kappa
Alpha Little Sister, Phi Chi Theta, Sen-
ator, College Night, Chorale.
CAROL LYNN FISCHER:
Booth, Management, BBA, Phi Chi
Theta, Rush Chairman, Pledge Class
MARY BETH FORRESTER:
Enterprise, Accounting, BBA, Phi Chi
Birmingham, Business Administra-
tion, BS, Wesley Fellowship, Sigma
DEBORAH H. FRANKLIN:
Huntsville, Education, BS, Purple
Cowtail, Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart,
Alpha Delta Pi — Historian-Reporter.
Weaver, Biology, BS.
Mobile, English, BA, Tower Editor,
Publications Committee, Alabamian.
GAIL NANNETTE FREY:
Birmingham, English, BA, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Tri-Beta, Purple
Orchestra, Eta Sigma Phi.
LEE NEIL FRICK:
Crystal Lake, III., Management, BBA,
Cullman, Accounting, BBA, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Montage, Phi Chi
Theta — Treasurer, Sigma Alpha
Sigma — Secretary Treasurer.
JULIUS E. FRITH, JR.:
Centreville, Accounting, BBA, Delta
Chi, Sigma Alpha Sigma.
Panama City, Fla., Physical Education,
MARY RUTH GIBBONS:
Deatsville, English — Psychology, BA,
Tower, College Night, SNEA, Mon-
LOU ANN GIBSON:
Columbiana, Mathematics, BA, Eta
Sigma Phi — Vice President, Kappa
STEPHEN COLEMAN GIBSON:
Taft, Tenn., Mathematics, BS.
HEIDI MARIE GILLESPIE:
Birmingham, Accounting, BBA, Pi
Kappa Phi Little Sister, RA.
MARTHA JO GLASS:
Mobile, Teacher of Hearing Impaired,
BS, NSSHA, Alpha Delta Pi.
VICKEY JOEL GLOVER:
West Blocton, Physical Education, BS,
|P.E. Club, College Night.
JAMES R. GODFREY:
Hueytown, Voice, BME, BSU Athletics,
BSU Choir Ensemble, Charter Mem-
ber — Vice President Soccer Club,
Assistant Captain Soccer Team.
VICKI KAY GOLSON:
Hueytown, Home Economics Educa-
tion, BS, SHEA.
TINA LUCINDA GRANTHAM:
Chelsea, English, BS, Sigma Tau Delta
— Treasurer, Montage, SNEA, Kappa
GARRY GAIL GRAY:
Bessemer, Education, BS, SNEA, Col-
LINDA M. GRAYSON:
Aliceville, Management, BBA, Sigma
Alpha Sigma, Phi Chi Theta.
TERESA PEARL GREEN:
Russellville, Office Administration,
BS, Phi Chi Theta, Sigma Alpha
Sylacauga, Business Administration,
BBA, Montage, Phi Chi Theta — Pres
ident, College Night — Purple Cow-
TIMOTHY TEAL HAAS:
Selma, Accounting, BBA, Sigma Alpha
Birmingham, Social Work, College
DOUGLAS LEE HAND:
Gardendale, Accounting, BBA, BSU,
Sigma Alpha Sigma, BASIC, Business
FEBA LOUISE HARDYMAN:
Clanton, English, BA, Sigma Tau
Delta, Eta Sigma Phi.
LINDA ANN HARRIS:
Remlap, English — Psychology, BA,
Kappa Delta Pi, Montage, Counseling
Center, Eta Sigma Phi.
LORI CRUMPTON HATLEY:
Clanton, History, BA, Alabamian.
Huntsville, Accounting, BA, Montage,
SHEA, Wesley Fellowship.
Birmingham, Medical Technology, BS,
Phi Mu — Vice President, Pi Kappa
Phi Little Sister, Pi Kappa Phi Rose
LAURA CLAIRE HAYES:
Hampton, Vg., Education, BS, BASIC,
Catalina Club — Vice President, ACE,
JOHN MICHAEL HAYES:
Birmingham, Business, BBA, Intra-
Glenwood, Social Work, BS, Social
Pensacola, Teacher of the Hearing
Impaired, Alpha Tau Omega Little Sis-
ter, Elite Night Beauty, James Patrick
Kelley Memorial Fund Award, BSU.
MARSHA CAREN HENLEY:
Montevallo, Political Science, BA
Alpha Lambda Delta, Freshman Hon
orary. Eta Sigma Phi — Vice Presi
dent, Senior Women's Honorary
International Relations Club, Alaba
mian — Business Manager, Publica-
tions Committee, Latin Merit Award.
Urasoe, Japan, Mathematics, BS.
MARY DENISE HINDS:
Mobile, Biology, BS, Alpha Delta Pi —
Vice President — President, Intramu-
JANEY LUCILE HOLCOMB:
Birmingham, Psychology, BA, Sena-
tor, Junior Class President, Senior
Class President, Class Favorite, Phi
Mu — Social Services Chairman,
Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister — Vice
President, Alpha Lambda Delta —
Treasurer, Eta Sigma Phi.
CHERYL LYNN HONAKER:
Birmingham, Business, BBA, Gold
Volleyball, Alpha Kappa Psi Little Sis-
ter, Catalina Club.
GERI ANITA HORN:
Birmingham, Political Science, BA,
Delta Sigma Theta, Afro American
Society, Entertainment Council.
KATHY RENAY HORSLEY:
Birmingham, Social Work, BS, Social
Work Club Secretary, Eta Sigma Phi,
Lucille Griffith Annual Social Work
Award, Concert Choir, Chorale, BSU.
SHERRI LYNN HORTON:
Vestavia, Speech Pathology, BS, Phi
Mu — Corresponding Secretary,
NSSHA, Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister
— President, Senate.
DONNA LUCILLE HOWARD:
Pleasant Grove, Social Work, BA, Chi
Omega — Secretary, Montage, Social
Work Club, College Night— Gold.
DEBORAH ANN HUDSON:
Wilton, Marketing — Management,
LEAH KAREN HUGHES:
Selma, Education, BS, Phi Mu, ACE —
President, SNEA — Vice President.
ALICE ESTHER HUNT:
Boaz, Counseling and Guidance, BS,
Kappa Delta Pi, BSU, Senior Intern —
Division of Student Affairs.
LYNN PATRICIA IRELAND:
Ft. Walton Beach, Fla., Teaching the
Hearing Impaired, BS, Alpha Delta Pi,
Chi Delphia, NSSHA.
Birmingham, Management, BBA, Pro-
fessional Chairman — Alpha Kappa
Oxford, Business Administration,
BBA, Alpha Gamma Delta, Circle K,
EMILIE WALKER JONES:
Mobile, Home Economics, BS.
SUSAN E. KILLETTE:
Montgomery, Physical Education, BS,
KENT LAVERNE KELLER:
Birmingham, Psychology, BA, Fellow-
ship of Christian Athletes, Varsity Ten-
nis, College Night, SGA — Senate,
KATHY SUE KELLEY:
Grove Hill; Physical Education, BS, PE
Club — Social Chairman, Kappa Delta
Pi, Phi Mu, Volleyball — Trainer, Gold
Flunkie, Staging — Volleyball, Intra-
THERESA LYNN KELLY:
Selma, Office Administration, BS, Phi
Mu — Corresponding Secretary,
Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister, Circle
K, Sigma Alpha Sigma — President,
KAREN ANN KENDRICK:
Montgomery, Accounting, BBA,
Sigma Alpha Sigma, BSU, College
MARY THERESA KIRBY:
Decatur, Business — Management,
BBA, Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha
Sigma, Phi Chi Theta.
Bangkok, Thailand, Accounting, BA.
JULEE AMANDA KNOX:
Birmingham, Home Economics Mer-
chandising, BS, Gold Flunkie, Alpha
Tau Omega Little Sister, SHEA, Enter-
tainment Council, Chi Omega, Elite
LARRY SHANNON LANDRUM:
West Jefferson, Business Administra-
tion, BA, Intramurals.
IVEY RUTH LILES:
Bay Minette, Speech Pathology, BS,
NSSHA, Chi Omega — Vice President.
LOURETTA B. LIVINGSTON:
Prattville, Physical Education, BS,
Delta Sigma Theta, PE Club, Afro-
American Society, Entertainment
ODESA MARIA LORANT:
Birmingham, Psychology, BS, Chi
Omega, Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sis-
ter, Intramurals All Star, College Night
CAROL B. LOWERY:
Jemison, Music, BA, AGO.
GINGER ANNETTE LOWERY:
Boaz, Physical Education, BS, PEClub
— Treasurer, FCA, College Night —
Gold Volleyball, Intramurals.
STEPHEN NORSE LUKER: ^^1-
Helena, Business Administration, BA,
Alpha Tau Omega, College Night.
JANICE KAREN MABREY:
Birmingham, Physical Education, BS,
PE Club — Historian, Gold Volleyball
— Cast, Intramurals Official, Orchesis
LEAH M. MACKIN:
Selma, General Home Economics, BA,
Chi Alpha Nu Little Sister.
Montgomery, Accounting-, BBA, Alpha
Phi Alpha, Afro-American Society.
JACK DONALD MARSHALL, JR.:
Bessemer, Mathematics, BS, Alpha
Tau Omega — Vice President, SGA
ROBERT WAYNE McGUFFIE:
Montevallo, Management,. BBA, Delta
Chi — Vice President, Intramurals.
CINDY LOUISE McMICHAEL:
Enterprise, Teacher of Hearing
Impaired, BS, Eta Sigma Pi, Pi Kappa
Phi, NSSHA, Gold Volleyball, BSU.
Ozark, Speech Pathology, BS.
RICHARD WILLIAM MEBIUS, JR.:
Bessemer, Accounting, BBA, Alpha
Kappa Psi, Chi Alpha Nu, BASIC.
CONNIE MARIE MEDLOCK: &
Deatsville, Physical Education, BS, PE
Montevallo, Biology, BS, Alpha Delta
Pi, Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister, Tri-
Beta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Eta Sigma
Pi, Junior Class Beauty.
Abbeville, Speech Pathology, BS, BSU
Choir, NSSHA — Recording Secre-
tary, Eta Sigma Phi.
JAMES OWEN MILLS:
Brewton, Physical Education, BS, PE
REBECCA SUE MILLS:
Brewton, Physical Education, BS, Pj
MARGARET ANN MOATES:
Birmingham, Accounting, BBA, Chi
Omega, Phi Chi Theta — Vice Presi-
dent, College Night — Gold Cabinet.
DAVID MICHAEL MOONEY:
Wilsonville, Accounting, BBA, Alpha
Kappa Psi — Master of Rituals —
Treasurer, Sigma Alpha Sigma.
Prattville, Teaching the Hearing
Impaired, BS, Chorale, Purple Produc-
tion, Alpha Gamma Delta — Record-
ing Secretary, Gold Production, Pi
Kappa Phi Little Sister, Orchesis.
AMELIA RUTH MORRIS:
Sylacauga, Speech Pathology Audiol-
ogy, BS, BSU Choir, Eta Sigma Phi,
NSSHA - Publicity Chairman, Corre-
JERRI LYNN MORRIS:
Dora, English, BS, Eta Sigma Phi,
Sigma Tau Delta, Kappa Delta Pi,
Alumni Honors Scholarship.
JOHN WAYNE MORROW:
Centreville, Accounting, BA, Delta Chi.
JULIA LYNN MULLINS:
Birmingham, Physical Education, BS,
Orchesis, PE Club, Tennis Team, Tri-
Beta, Lambda Sigma Delta.
Montgomery, Social Work — Spanish,
Social Work Club — Vice-President;
Delta Sigma Theta — - Recording Sec-
Bessemer, Speech Pathology Audiol 1
RICHARD A. NEATHAMMER:
Mobile, Accounting, BBA, Pi Kappa
Phi — President, College Night, Intra
KAREN JEAN NELSON:
Huntsville, Physical Education, BS,
Tri-Beta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa
|>elta Pi, PE Club, Basketball, Volley-
VICKIE LINN NORRIS:
Pelham, Biology, BS.
Hueytown, Education, BS.
PAMELA DENISE O'DONNELL:
Linden, Accounting, BBA, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Sigma Alpha Sigma,
Phi Chi Theta, Montage.
MARY BETH OUSLEY:
Homewood, Business Administration,
Birmingham, Business, BBA, Phi Chi
Theta, Circle K.
NORMAN KEITH PATTY:
Trussville, Biology, BS, Alpha Tau
Omega — President — Vice Presi-
dent, Justice Council, Tri-Beta, Intra-
DAVID F. PETERS:
Hueytown, Chemistry, BS, Senator,
Tri-Beta — Vice President, Chemistry
MARTHA LLOYD PHILLIPS:
Tuscumbia, Home Economics Educa-
tion, BS, Alpha Delta Pi — Assistant
Pledge Director, Pledge Class Officer,
SHEA, Omicron Mu — Program Chair-
man, Eta Sigma Phi — Secretary,
Kappa Delta Pi — Treasurer.
TERREL1 JACK PHILLIPS:
Birmingham, English, BA, UM Bir-
mingham Guitar Society, Tower, Con-
REBECCA COOPER PIPER:
Woodville, English, BS, Sigma Tau
j j ^ BB I f --Jp
DONNA KAY PITTS:
Gardendale, Art, BFA, Kappa Delta Pi,
Kappa. Pi — President, Montage, RA.
RAMONA SHANNON POPWELL¥
Jemison, Education, BS.
ITHOMAS D. POWELL:
ingham, Management, BBA, Pi
ipa Phi, Chaplain, Historian, Sigma
SHARON ELIZABETH PRICE:
Deatsville, English, BA, Sigma Tau
Delta, Daney Lecture Committee.
MELODY AILENE PUTMAN:
Montevallo, English, BA, Alpha Delta
Pi, Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister.
SHARON LEE PUTNAM:
Montgomery, Music, BME, Freshman
Favorite, Chamber Choir, Concert
Choir, Chorale, BSU — Drama Direc-
tor — Koinonia Ensemble.
CAROLYN JAYE RAKESTRAW:
Birmingham, Music, BM.
PEGGY SUE FAYFIELD:
Sylacauga, Accounting — Finance,
BBA, Phi Chi Theta, Sigma Alpha
Sigma, Circle K. HBR&^
DEBRA DORRIS REDDIN:
Birmingham, English, BA, SNEA, Ala-
bamian — Assistant Editor — Editor,
Founders Day Inauguration Commit-
tee, Westminister Fellowship, Tutoring
AUSTIN HENRY REID, JR.:
Birmingham, Chemistry, BS, Sigma
Tau Delta, Chemistry Club, Alaba-
mian, Chi Alpha Nu, Student Associ-
ate American Chemical Society.
Moultrie, 6a., Music Education, BME,
American Guild of Organists, Music
Educators National Conference, BSU.
Huntsville, Pre-Medicine, BS, BSU,
BSU Choir, College Night.
GEORGE L. RITTER: I /
Mobile, Psychology — History, BA,
Eta Sigma Phi, Phi Alpha Theta, Chi
SUSAN BORDEN ROBINSON:
Montevallo, Music — English, BME,
Wind Ensemble, Woodwind Quintet,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Eta Sigma Phi,
Le Berte Award, Band Scholarship,
V. WILSON ROEPKE:
Panama City, Fla., Art, BS, Intramural
Sports, Purple Football, SGA Senate,
Student Justice, Chairman, Intra-Fra-
ternity Council, Lambda Chi Alpha —
President, Entertainment Council.
ELLAINE P. ROSEMOND:
Dunwoody, Ga., Education, BA, Phi
JEAN LEE ROTHER:
Birmingham, Education, BS, Phi Mu,
SNEA — President, ACE, Orchesis —
Wardrobe Manager, Gold Cast, Mon-
Birmingham, Education, BS.
Birmingham, Mass Communications
— Speech, BS.
CAROLYN LAFAY RUSSELL:
Birmingham, Physical Education, BS,
PE Club, Afro-American Society.
JACQUELYN VANN SAMSAL:
Millbrook, History, BS, Phi Mu, Pi
Kappa Phi Little Sister, Kappa Delta
Pi, Varsity Basketball Cheerleader.
SUSAN JANETTE SAMSAL:
Millbrook, Counseling and Guidance,
BS, Varsity Basketball Cheerleader,
Phi Mu, Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister, Pur-
ple Cheerleader, SGA.
BOBBIE J. SCHOFIELD:
Columbiana, Speech and Theatre, BA,
CONNIE L. SELF:
Birmingham, Speech, BA, College
Night — Cast — Crew, Theatre Coun-
WILLIAM R. SELF, II:
Huntsville, English, BS, Pi Kappa Phi,
College Night, Model United Nations.
WILLIAM STEVEN SHADOX:
Birmingham, History, BS, BSU, Inter
national Relations Club, SNEA
Birmingham, Accounting, BBA, Phi
Mu — President, Lambda Chi Alpha
Little Sister, Sigma Alpha Sigma, Pan-
BURON NEAL SHAW:
Vincent, Accounting, BBA, Sigma
RHONDA GAIL SIDES
Parrish, Art Education, BS, Miss
Walker College, W Club, Sweethea
— Anthropology Club, Band, SG
Representative, Theatre Productions.
BELINDA CAROL SIMS:
Carrollton, Counseling and Guidance,
BS, Orchesis, Forensics, Kappa Delta
Pi, Delta Chi Sister, Cheerleader.
TERRY CLAY SIMS:
Clanton, Accounting, BBA.
CLIFTON EDDIE SLATEN:
Eva, Accounting, BBA, College Night
Orchestra, Intramural Basketball,
Sigma Alpha Sigma.
Clanton, Business Administration, BS.
DONALD RAY SMITH:
Sylacauga, Business Management,
BBA, Alpha Kappa Psi — Vice Presi-
NEDRA JEAN SMITH:
Linden, Art, BA, Kappa Pi, Phi Mu,
Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister, Elite
Night Beauty, BSU, Orchesis, Gold
Cabinet — Cast.
PAMELA DEAN SMITH:
Birmingham, Music, BM, Chorale,
Piano Ensemble, Opera Accompani-
ment, Alpha Gamma Delta — Chap-
PAULA DENISE SMITH:
Centreville, Social Work, BA, SGA Sen-
ator, Social Work Student Advisory
Committee, Afro-American Society.
STANELY RAY SMITH:
Birmingham, Finance — Manage-
CYBTHIA JEAN SMITHERMAN:
Alabaster, Education, BS, College
Night — Flunkie, Circle K, ACE.
SONYA HICKS SMITHERMAN:
Centreville, Business Education, BS.
CHARLES KENNETH SNIDER:
Bessemer, Music Education, BME,
Montage, Alabamian, Guild Student
Group of American Guild of Organists,
MENC, Concert Choir, Band, Musical
Theatre Scenes, College Night —
SUSAN DENISE SPATES:
Boaz, Social Work, BA, Social Work
MARK LANE SPAULDING:
Huntsville, Business, BBA, Pi Kappa
Phi, College Night, SGA, Interfrater-
nity Council, Concert Choir, BSU.
CAROL JEAN STEWART:
Bessemer, Psychology, BA, BASIC,
Eta Sigma Phi.
PATRICIA A. STOVES:
Selma, Business Administration, BA,
Phi Chi Theta, College Night — Pur-
DEBORAH L. STRINGER:
Montgomery, Education, BS, ACE — ^
Vice President, College Night — Gold.
JAMES HARVEY SULLIVAN:
Birmingham, History, BS, M-Club, .
Birmingham, Medical Technology, BS,
BSU, Tri-Beta, Lambda Sigma Pi, Eta
Decatur, Home Economics Merchan-
dising, BS, SHEA, AHEA, College
Night, Alpha Delta Pi.
Talladega, Teacher of Hearing
Impaired, BS, NSSHA, College Night
— Purple Cowtail.
JAMES T. TALLEY:
Birmingham, Music, BME, Concert
Band — President, Brass Ensemble,
Jazz Ensemble, Eta Sigma Phi, Col-
lege Night — Purple Orchestra.
SHERRY DARLENE TEW:
Hueytown, Music Education, BME,
BSU, College Night.
DONNA LORELL THOMPSON:
Montgomery, Social Work, BS, Phi
Mu, Panhellenic Council — President
— Secretary, College Night — Gold
Cheerleader — Little Leo, Varsity
Cheerleader, Elite Night Beauty, Eta
Sigma Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi
Kappa Alpha Little Sister.
BARBARA SUE TONA:
Ft. Walton Beach, Fla., Teacher of
Hearing Impaired, BS, Phi Mu,
Sylacauga, Social Work, BS, Social
Work Club, Chi Omega.
Birmingham, Education, BS.
KATHRYN DRUSILLA VESS:
Birmingham, English, BA, Central
Wesleyan College — Concert Choir —
KATHY OAKLEY WADDELL:
Cullman, Education, BS, AEA, Mon
GILDA ALBA WALKER:
Wellington, Home Economics Educa
tion, BS, SHEA — Vice President,
Omicron Nu — President — Conclave
— Student Delegate, Kappa Delta Pi
— Secretary, College Night — Gold
JANICE LEIGH WALKER:
Montgomery, Physical Education, BS, 1
Alpha Gamma Delta, Lambda Chi
Alpha Little Sister, Intercollegiate Ten-
nis — Local, State, National, College
Night — Purple Side — Assistant Ath-
letic Director — Athletic Director.
RITA LYNNE WALTER:
Birmingham, Medical Technology, BS,
CONNIE MATSON WATTS:
Jemison, Education, BS, College
Night — Purple Side.
PAMELA ANN WEBB:
Pensacola, Fla., Home Economics
Education, BS, Chi Omega — Tau
Kappa, SHEA— President, SNEA,
FRANCIS E. WEST, JR.:
Alabaster, Management, BBA, Pi
Kappa Alpha — Rush Chairman, IFC,
Senator, College Night, Entertainment
VIVIAN LEE WHITE:
Sylacauga, English, BA.
SHERRY DIANNE WOOD:
Scottsboro, Education, BS, SNEA. I
BETTY JEAN WORRELL:
Montgomery, Social Work, BS, Social
CAY ALICE WRIGHT:
Birmingham, Office Administration,
BS, Phi Mu, Chi Delphia Little Sister,
MARCIA ELAINE YATES:
Birmingham, Accounting, BBA, Col-
lege Night — Purple Orchestra —
Cowtail, Phi Chi Theta — Vice Presi-
dent of Programs, Alpha Lambda
Delta, Sigma Alpha Sigma, Lambda
Sigma Pi, Circle K.
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119, 120, 121T, 122, 123TL, TR; 124, 125, 126, 134, 136, 137T, 138B, 139, 140, 142, 145B, 148B, 152, 172, 190, 191, 192, 193BL, BR;
194, 195T, 204, 205, 218, 219, 274, 277, 279, 280, 282, 283, 285, 287T, 288.
Mike Barnes: 17, 18, 30, 49TR, 49BR, 50T, 51TL, 51 BR, 98, 99, 104, 105, 114, 115, 11 6, 127, 129TR, TL; 130, 132, 135, 137B,
138T, 141, 146, 148T, 149B, 150, 1 59TL, 160, 165TL, 165BL, 166, 168, 169, 193T, 195B, 196, 197, 200, 201, 202,203,206,207,212,
213, 273, 276BL, 278, 294TR.
Jerry Lawrence: 89B,90, 91,94T, 95, 100, 101, 103, 108, 109, 123B, 128, 144T, 149T, 1511,216,217,
Carol Davis: 29,891,92,93, 102, 131, 1 sib, 208,209, 210, 211,286.
Chuck Pittman: 8,9, 12, 13, ismr, 16, 143,293,296,297,299,300,301,304
Don Smith: 4, 5, mml, utr, umr.
Cindy Shirley: 10, 11 (all), 12TL, BL; 14BL, BM, BR; 17, 1 8TL,TR, BR; 19, 20T, B;22T, 23T, B;25, 121 B, 144B, 147, 295T.
Debbie Stringer: 158, 159TR, 159B, i6ibl, 161R, 162, 163, 164, 165BM, i65br.
Donna PittS: 298, Cover, Division Pages, Ads Artwork.
The Montage staff would like to express special thanks to the UM photo lab, Larry Shorry, Pam O'Donnell, Karen
Nelson, and Mrs. Joyce Fuller for their photo contributions.
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The world stands out on either side
No wider than the heart is wide;
Above the world is stretched the sky.
No higher than the soul is high.
The heart can push the sea and land
Farther away on either hand;
The soul can split the sky in two,
And let the face of God shine through . .
Edna St. Vincent Millay
is found along the way,
the end of the road.
Then God said, "Let there be light;
and there was light.
This year the Montage staff has attempted to capture in this book the
spirit of involvement, growth, and change which was a part of the University. As
Emerson said, "This time like all times is a very good one if we but know what to
do with it." I believe we knew.
This book is a product of a great struggle by many people. The "many
people" is what made the difference in this yearbook. When a group works hard
and does their utmost, the results show it.
I would like to express my sincerest appreciation to Lynn Abernathy for
being there anytime I needed help; to Charlie Cayley for all the all-night dark-
room work; to my section editors for meeting their deadlines; to Patti Woodham
for the advice and encouragement; and to the Publications Board for getting
involved with the student publications.
Around the week of deadlines, times got pretty tough. I'd like to thank
Maurice, Mary, Rhonda and my parents for putting up with me during those
As I'm finishing these written thoughts (the last page!!!), I have a feeling
of accomplishment. Many dedicated staff members and I have burned the "mid-
night fluorescent lights" in the Tower, and we have done our utmost to meet
deadlines and to create a book of which UM people can be proud. I hope as this
yearbook is put on the shelf with all the other yearbooks that this one will stand
out with a distinctive characteristic — maybe in the way it catches dust.
Looking back through my journal, I found that I had commented about
more good days than bad days — that's the way it was. I have grown from this
experience, and I feel now that every moment was worth it all.
is the only
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