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Hey, YOU . . .1 

Yeh, you, the funny little guy in the ultra-prep clothing. 

Have you considered looking into 'Southern Living? You 

would, w/e are sure, find everything just the way you like it 

... we all put on our topsiders one foot at a time, we 

polish our IZOD gators whenever in public, and we always 

can spare a dime. Or should 1 say a few pennies; you see, I 

only have a few cents to my name . . . and they are in my 

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perience a little 'Southern Living? Oh, come off it ... . 
YOU KNOW YOU WOULD. We all would . . .oh, I 
should have said do. But anyway, I've got to run. I've 
got a meeting with the Committee on Recruitment at 
4:00, a Fraternity meeting at 6:00, a Sorority Mixer. . 
. (with my favorite sorority, no less!!!) . . . , and I have 
to make a speech on local television at 10:00. 

While you're still here, tell me how this sounds ... if 
you don't like it, just tell me. Well here goes .... 








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Southeast . . . catering to young adults from 1 7 to 
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year ... a waiting list of thousands . . . and cut 
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Laurie Anne Adams. Miami, Fl.. 
Philosophy, English 

Donna S. Airhearl. Scottsboro, 
Ai.. Religion, Sociology 

John Frank Alford, Carrollton, 
Ga.. Music 



Kirk S. Alford, Carrollton. Ga,. 
Sociology, Music 

Gerald Edward Andrews, Jr,, Gulf 
Breeze, AI., Interdiscipinary 

Jewel Dean Armstrong, Birming- 
ham, AI., Education 




Michael Zan Babchick, Davie, Fl., 
Health and Physical Education 

Joseph M. Bailey. Birmingham. 
AI., Chemistry 

Anita Sue Baker. Homewood. AI.. 
Education 










Steven A. Benefield, Ozark, AI.. 
Political Science 

Timothy A. Berg. Huntsville, AI.. 
Biology 

Jean P. Blaudeau. Birmingham, 
AI., Chemistry. Math 






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''vit OavK) 8«ad«n. Si. 
^eterfburg. Ft.. Heitth «w] Ptr,*- 
cal Education 



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counting 

Anamana G. Bruno. GUf Breeze. 
Fl.. Accounting 

DanieJ J. Bryant. Bmw>^iani. 
M.. Health and Physcal Educs- 
:ion 




John Benjamin 8iA>di. Jacfcsotv- 
.ille. Al., Math 

Cynthia Lee B(xt>age. Birming- 
ham. Al. . Music 

Rhoda E. Bims. Spanish Fcrt. 
Al.. Biology. Math 




. r— r^ Busby. Cottondaie. AL. 

'.'-5 ; Education 

^alph Curtis Bynun, Taladega. 
■^.. Accounting 

Charles B. Carlton. Marion Junc- 
tion. Al.. Business Admnsoa- 
Tion, Accounting 



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L. Judson Chandler, Spanish Fort, 
Al., Biology 

Teresa Tanner. Huntsville, Al.. 
Political Science 

Denise H. Clegg, New York. NY., 
Drama and Speech 



Patricia Jean Cowen, Birming- 
ham. Al.. Business Administra- 
tion 

Cynthia Elaine Cox, Albany. Ga., 
Elementary Education, History 

John J. Coyle. Birmingham. Al.. 
Business Administration 




Solomon Crenshaw. Jr.. Birming- 
ham. Al., Interdisciplianry: Eng- 
lish 

Nancy Beth Crocker, Refrom. AL. 
Music 

Martha Jane Croft, Bellevve, 
Was.. Business Administration 




Kathy Ann Culpepper. Pensacola. 
Fl., Economics, Accounting 

Guy Evan Cunningham. Atmore 
Al.. Psychology 

David Booth Darcy. Blacksville. 
Va.. Philosophy 











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Sandra J Oean. Montgomary. 
Al.. Mutw 



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Ga,, History 



Teresa Renee Oew. Decat44r. Al.. 
Aft 




Leland E. Driver. HumsvAe. AJ.. 
Accounting 

Michael E. E<Kvards. Brmm^tam. 
AI.. Chemistry 

James Anthony Egan. Yeadon. 
Pa.. Accounting 




Pichard Ellis. Mouitain Brook. 
Al., Psychology. Sociology 

Jesse H. Ezzell. >.. Panama City. 
Fl., Chemistry 

Fre<*ick Warren Feist. Gadsden. 
Al.. Biology 



B3 ; s. North Canton. 

C - - - — jon 

Merry Beth Forrest. Merrit Island. 
Fl.. Accounting 

Michael Dale George, Decatir. 
Al. . Business Attninisn-ation. Po- 
litical ScieiKe 



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Kenneth John Grady, Huntsville, 


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Jeffrey R. Grimes, Gardendaie, 
AL, Biology, Chemistry 

David F. Gruber, Florence, Al., 
Political Science, Philosophy 

Marchetti R. Guthrie, Birming- 
ham, Al., Art 



Melissa S. Haenisch, Huntsville, 
Al., Biology 

Mary Allison Haley, Birmingham, 
Al., Business Administration 

David Bradley Hall, Decatur, Al., 
Biology 



Catherine Anne Hamrick, Bir- 
mingham, Al., English, French 

Laura S. Hanahan, Dothan, Al., 
Business Administration 

Timothy Alan Harness, Huntsville, 
Al., Political Science 










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AJ.. Imcrtteoolanarv 

CxinaM L*t HtHin. HunUv*. A(.. 
f-rMicM Scaence, Rrtgon 



Gina Etzafaeth KM. CUbn*). Al.. 
Accountmg 

DanO D. Hite. Nashv*. Tn., 
Business Admninuaoon 

Coo™ Hobbs, Momgomery. Al . 
Heatth and Physical Edkication 



Larry Glenn Hotcomb. Binning- 
ham. Al.. Art 

EdseJ Price Hoiden. Florence. AL. 
Biology 

Robert K. Holman, Brminghafn. 

Ai., Interdsdpinary 



Allen M. Holt, Bnnin^iam. AL. 
Business Adminislratnn 

Carta Ann Hosmer. Graysv^e. 
Ai., Chemistry 

Ellen Gray Humphries. Montgom- 
ery, Al., Sociology 



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Richard A. Hunter, Birmingham, 
Al., Religion 

Susan G, Jefferson. Montevallo, 
Al., Accounting 

John A. King. Birmingham. Al.. 
Pre-professional 





John C. King. Gadsden. Al., Pre- 
medicine 

D. Yvonne Knight. Birmingham. 
At.. Business Administration 

Caulie T. Knowles. Winter 
Springs, Fl.. Business Administra- 
tion 



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Rebecca Ann Koetje. Fort Depos- 
it. Al.. Music 

Joan P. Kromer. Birmingham. Al.. 
Business Administration 

Mary E. Lauderdale. Birmingham. 
Al.. Business Administration 



Deborah Sue Lyon. Dothan. Al., 
Biology. History 

Elizabeth J. Maloof. Mountain 
Brook. At.. Business Administra- 



Charlotte B. Maring. Birmingham. 
Al.. Business Administration. Ac- 
counting 












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Byron Waker IMcCan. Ironkte. 
Al.. Business Adrnmstration. 
Economics 

Mary L. MoCord. Brmm tfu ii. 
Al.. En0«ti 

Catherine S. McCU*ou0\. Br- 
minghafn. Al., Busmess Admns- 
tration. Economics 




Richard A. McGahan. Oecatir 
AL. Biologv 

Cynthia Beth McNar. Brmaig- 
nam. Al.. Music 

David C. Middeton. HixnswBe. 
Al.. Chemistry, Busaiess Axfcrwv 
istr'ation 




-ohn Charles M'iddeton. Birming- 
ham. Al.. Biologv 

Patricia Kay MSer. Mlton. FL. Bi- 
ology 

S. Lee MOer. BiriTHn^iani. AL. 
Physical Education 



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Edith Lynn Moore, Newburgh, 
In., Music 



T. William Niedbalec, Jr., Chica- 
go, II., Health and Physical Edu- 
cation 

Elizabeth H. Obradovich, Leeds, 
Al., Health and Physical Educa- 
tion 




James Stallworth Pack, 
Thomaston, Al., Biology 



Jacqueline C. Parker, Dora, Al., 
Education 



Althea V. Patton, Birmingham, 
AL. Business Administration 



Edward L. Queen, Panama City, 
PI., History, Political Science 

Steven Frazier Real, Birmingham, 
AL, Biology 

Stephen Hays Reich, Birming- 
ham, AL, Business Administra- 
tion 



Mark Anthony Roberts, Tallassee, 
AL, Biology 

Bruce F. Rogers, Birmingham, 
AL, History 

Margaret Las Rose, Albany, Ga., 
Dance 













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B«acti. Fl., BuxncM Admnsva- 

V-joya Shehane, Clio, Al., Mu«c 
^«fln«tf) Rex Sixier. Ozark. Al . 




Cetia Elm Sim*. Gadcden. Al.. 

Education 

Oarwel K. Slone. Brtnn^tam. A 
'olitx:al Science 

Richard A. Smth. Brmn^iant. 

Al.. Music 




Michael B. SneBng. Homewood. 
Al.. Accountmg 

Oebra N. Tafey. Binnn^tan. Al.. 
Psychologv 

EIna Suzann TarerKS. Birming- 
ham. Al.. Educatran 




Leila L. Tarpley. Birmingham. Al.. 
French. History 

Russell L. Thomas. Birmingham. 
AL, Business Administration 

William Oavtd Thomas. Gadsden. 
AL. Chemistry 



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Melinda Thompson, Huntsville, 
Al., Chemistry 

Crystal L. Underwood. Birming- 
ham. Alabama. Business Admin- 
istration 

D. Paul Vickery, Florence, Al.. 
Business Administration 



Karen Nannerte Wakefield, An- 
niston. Al.. Business Administra- 
tion 

Sharon Denise Walker. Birming- 
ham. Al.. English 

Talmadge L. Walker. Huntsville 
Al.. Political Science. Math 



Robert Paul Weber, Phoenixville. 
Pa.. Business Administration 

Mary Jane Wells. Albertville. Al.. 
Biology 

Robin L. Whitehead. Albertville. 
Al., Business Administration 




David Milton Whitley, Huntsville, 
Al., Biology 

Ruth E. Wiggins. Birmingham. 
Al., Music 

R. Scott Willey, Ft. Lauderdale, 
Fl., Health and Physical Education 








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Lou Aitnt WMumt. CarroMon. 
Ga.. PctnjctI iatnot. Soook>9t 

CynttM R. W«am«on, Grow MS. 



Mhn Stephen Wtton. Amman. 
Al.. Biotogy 

Brian Maixice Wyan. MouniMte. 
Al.. Retgkm 



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Underclassmen 




Oiane Mane Abercrombie. Junior. Sirmtngham, MU 

Joseph Daniel Ackerson. Freshman, Gadsden PY 

Randal! Perrv Adkins. Junior. Birmingham. UN 

Charles Cecil Agee, Junior. Birmingham, PR 

Gregory Charles Alger. Junior, Birmingham, FD. SO 

Charles J. Alkula, Sophomore, Birmingham. ED, SO 

Bona King Allen, Sophomore, Dunwoody, Ga.. BA 



Pairice Elaine Allen. Freshman. Fort McClellan, Bl 

Susan Duffey Alley. Freshman, Montgomery, EH 

Geary D. Allison, Junior, Fairfield, AC 

Diane Lea Ames, Freshman, Birmingham. UN 

Susan Lee Ames. Freshman, Stone Mountain, Ga.. DS 

Edward Lee Anderson. Ill, Junior, Chattanooga. Tn,. PS, HI 

Ralph Lee Anderson. III. Freshman. Birmingham, RE 



Sylvia Alena Anderson. Freshman. Birmingham, BA 

Robert Aubrey Andrade. Freshman. Grand Cayman. BA 

Pat A. Armstrong, Junior, Bessemer. BA 



James L. Aronson, Sophomore. Miami, Fl.. BA 

Patricia W. Arrani. Sophomore. Birmingham. PY-SO 

Linda Ruth Amngton. Junior, Birmingham, EH 




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while I ask you a few simple questions. OK? ok! 
I'm going to give you a word-association test to 
see . . . well, just to see! Now I'll admit that very 
often my patients don't have too many things to 
associate, so I usually allow them to look at some 
pictures, so that they might collect their minute 
thoughts . . . it's also good for those who cannot 
read, but that is neither here nor there. Now 
granted, they are not the best ink biots or even 
the best patterns you've perhaps seen, but they 
will do for a beginning. 

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Kenneth Black, Freshman. Birmingham. UN 



Lydia Yvonne Black. Freshman. Oxford. BA 



Francois M, Blaudeau, Junior. Birmingham. PS 

Ted Scott Bledsoe. Junior, Huntsville. BA 

Cynthia Lynn Blessman, Sophomore. Spring. Tx,, PY. RE 

Sharon Ruth Blount. Freshman, Hunisville. PMED 

Arian Gene Boehme, Freshman. Siidell. DA 

Barney Maunce Bonfield. Freshman. Birmingham, BA 

Ellen Ann Booth. Junior. Bitoxi, Ms.. AC 



Jane Elizabeth Boswell. Freshman. Huntsville. PMED 

Joseph Philip Bowlby. Sophomore. Anmston, MU 

David Malcolm Bowden. Freshman, Huntsville, Bl 

John David Box, Sophomore, Birmingham. CH 

Elizabeth H. Bradfield. Sophomore, Lagrange. Ga,. UN 

David Mark Brazeale, Freshman. Knoxville, Tn,. MU 

James Buford Brannon. Sophomore, Gadsden, PDENT 









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GYPSY!!! 




Mark Edward Brown, Sophomore. Huntsville. EH 

Elizabeth Rene« Brown. Freshnnan, Birmingham. AC 

Lisa Ellen Browning. Junior. Leeds. Bl 

Rebecca Anne Brvant, Sophomore. Mountain Brook. PY 

Lance Harold Buie, Sophomore, Huntsville. CH 

Brenda Gayle Bullock. Sophomore. Memphis, PY 

Robin Smith Burks, Freshman. Birmingham. ED 



Stephen Walton Burks. Sophomore. Birmingham, AC 

James Harris Burns, Jr.. Freshman. Centre. PMED 

Alan Burr. Junior. Birmingham. UN 

Janie Teresa Bush. Sophomore. Opelika, PMED. MA 

Mark Stephen Bussman. Junior. Cullman. AC 

Susan Diane Butler. Sophomore. Athens. SO 

Mary DeWeese Byrd. Junior. Adamsville, ED 



Barbara Feild Calk. Freshman. Atlanta, Ga . BA 

David D- Callahan, Junior. Birmingham, BA 

Barbara H. Calvert, Junior. Morris. AC. BA 

Pamela Diane Campbell. Freshman, Brownsboro. MA 

Christopher Canfield, Sophomore. Troy, MA 

Arlene Judv Carrasquillo, Sophomore. Huntsville, Bl 

Janie M. Carroll, Freshman. Birmingham. BA 



Michael Allen Carroll. Freshman. Birmingham AR 

Joan Michelle Chaney. Sophomore. Birmingham. LW 

Je« Allan Chapman. Sophomore. Huntsville, CH 

Michael Nix Chappell. Freshman. Huntsville. PY 

Margaret Anita Chastam. Freshman. Sarasota, Fl., PY 

Shirley Cheatham. Freshman, Birmingham, UN 

John W, B. Cheney, Sophomore, Allgood. BA 




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Michael Costanza. Sophomore, Birmingham. UN 
Sandra Jane Cothren, Freshman. Fayetteville. ED 



John David Covington, Jr., Junior, Pinson, MU 

Lewis Dorcey Cox. Sophomore. Birmingham. EH 

Timothy Lee Crandall. Freshman, St. Petersburg. Fl,. LW 

Robert C- Crist, Junior, Albertville, BA 

Charlotte E. Croft, Freshman. Montgomerv. PMED 

Marygrace G. Cross. Junior. Cincinnati, Oh., CH 

Robin Heather Cross, Freshman. Birmingham. MU 



Mekanie Joan Crowder. Freshman, Pensacola. FL, ED 

Lawrence Bill Crowson, III, Junior, Huntsville, BA 

William Ralph Cfuicher, Freshman. Birmingham. PY 

Claudia Deramus Cumbie. Sophomore. Verbena. DS 

Adeana Lynn Curry, Sophomore. Theodore, EED 

Gregory Hal Curry, Sophomore, Anniston. PS 

Jeffrey Curtis, Freshman. Birmingham, UN 








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Rory Ralph Dafton Soo'" : - 
Brenda H. Davidsc- - - - 
Gwendotyn Lous« I - i - = - 
Charles Dsv*d Deck*- Sog- 



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97 



t-orinda Dixon. Sophomore, Huntsville. AC 

Donald Wayne Duon. Freshman. Birmingham, AR 

Scott Allan Dixon, Junior, Winter Haven. Fl . CH 

Lance Albert Doss, Sophomore. Birmingham, MU 

Leslie Jean Douglas. Sophomore, Gardendale, MU 

AltWft Duchock. Sophomore, Birmingham, BA 

Jacqueline Currie Ouffey. Freshman. Atlanta, Ga . PMED 





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Richard Edwin Dimcan. Junior, Birmingham, BA 

Janet Denise Dution. Freshman. Birmingham, HI 

DetKxah Eastis Perry, Sophomore. Birmingham, BA 

Barry Samuel Echols, Sophomore, Birmingham, BA, AC 

Linda F, Ecken. Soohomore, Union City. Tn.. MA 

Ainsley Rowe Edwards, Freshman. Huntsville, PS 

Katherirw E. Edw»-ds, Freshman, Vtenna. VA,, BA 




98 










L3=Je A. Epperson. Anor. Ccrojz Sr 

Vcir~c3 Antooerrg Er-.vi, Scf-j - ^ r - 

Loor>a L>T!n E Jer Frssftmar C^~-£ ,\ 

S;r.%5sh Evraharm. UN 



99 



David C, Farmer, Junror. Fairfax, Va.. 61 

Thomas Kevin Faulkner. Freshman. Gadsden, MU 

Diane Gertha Favors. Junior, Hueytown. AC 

Richard Minton Feist. Junior. Gadsden, 61 

Daniel 8rian Feldman. Freshman, Homevi/ood, MA 

Rhetl Ferguson. Jr., Freshman. Manassas. Va., SI 

Albert Richard Ferguson. Jr.. Freshman, GLencoe, MU 



Marcus Dwighl Flint, Freshman. 6irmingham. Ac 

Judith Michele Flournov. Sophomore. Hunlsville. ED 

Robin Renee Foster, Sophomore, Marietta Ga.. UN 

Sherryle G. Foster. Junior. Birmingham, ED 

Frances Ruth Foy. Freshman. Enterprise. EH 

Cunis F. Franklin, Jr., Junior. Weaver. Ar 

Scott David Franklin. Freshman, Moraga. Ca., BA 





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101 



Bryan Keith Gann, Freshman. Jasper. BA 

Dale Edwjn Gann. Junior. AnnJston. Bl 

Alan Gregory Gardner. Sophomore, Chananooga. Tn., 8A 

Katharine Gardner. Freshman, Ashville. SI 

Mary M. Gantry. Sophomore, Birnningham. BA 

Timothy A. Gatewood, Sophomore, Birmingham. PS 



Allan B. Gazaway. Junior. Decatur, Bl 

Alexander Gelman, Freshman. Birmingham. DS 

Scott Alan Gesner. Freshman. HuntsviHe, UN 

Margie Gathers. Freshman. Birmingham. UN 

Jeffrey Lenore Gillespie, Junior, Griffin, Ga.. MU 

Vivian Gilliam. Freshman, Birmingham. UN 



Gary Gilliland. Junior, Birmingham, UN 

John Gingsley, Junior. Birmingham. UN 

Thomas Sirles Glaser. Sophomore, Birmingham, Un 

Doris Annette Golden. Junior. Hueytown, Bl 

Luanne Goodall, Freshman. Nonhport, PS 

Jonathan Mark Goodwin, Junior, Wetumpka, Bl 

Jane T. Goodwin, Junior. Birmingham, AC, BA 



Michael Wren Gorum. Sophomore. Arab, CH 

Lyla Goswick, Freshman. Birmingham. UN 

George Goymer, Sophomore, Birmingham. AC 

John Butler Grammer. Sophomore. Springfield, Va-, Bl 

Samuel Eugene Gray. Sophomore, Athens, CH 

OwiQht Andrew Green, Freshman, Montgomery, MA 

John F, Green. Junior, Birmingham, AC, BA 



Drew Eliot Green, Freshman, Cullman, EH 

Michael Alan Greer. Junior, Birmingham. Bl 

Lamar Carroll Guthenes. Freshman, Alexander City. UN 

Oliver Hall. Freshman. Birmingham. UN 



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Aitsha Learv> Harmon. Pfcwmn &rrw^jr' sJt 
Harv^ Socn Harmon. Sooftanvre. Bn-w^iar- 9WE£> 

Charles Alan Harrei. Ffesfiman. &i'^ < » V* ^ t-*** 
B«Th Vr^na Harrts. ^esTimar. TMaM«» L'H 
Ctautta Ingram Harrid. J<x«r, 8«Tnr i y . ar-. AC 
G«a Darlene Hamsm. Freshman a«i.i«->«r »"' 
ftchard Ean Hams. 



Latra Ann Harrt-,. FresiTman. Manera Ga. 
Dsvid Terrefl Haich. Soo'^omore 3esser-w ' 
Wrikam 0. Haynes. Jmor. hUj^crd. 3A 



Russei Doraey Hayes. FrBShman A?«r« Ch 
PCnstin Kay Hays. Jtnor. AcMand Wa.. AC 

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Kevin Wayne Henderson, Sophomore. Birmingham, Bl 

Michael E Henderson. Junior, Adamsville. PS 

Sonya Lee Henderson. Sophomore. Crystal River. Fl,. AR 

Roben Lawion Higgs. Freshman, Coaling. UN 

Jay R. Higgenbotham, Junior, Birmingham. BA 

John Meigs Hill. Freshman, Anniston. UN 

Shirley Hill. Freshman, Birmingham. UN 



Wendy Phillis Hill. Sophomore. Birmingham. ED 

Michael Kenneth Hobson, Freshman. Huntsville. PMED 

Philip E. Holladay. >.. Junior, Anniston. PS 

Anthony A. Holden, Junior. Florence. Bl 

Pamela Denise Holt. Junior. Birmingham, AC 

William David Honeycun. Sophomore, Athens, PMED 

William Hood, Freshman, Birmingham, UN 




Jams Lae Hoop«r, Soc'^CrfT^ore Br-nr^jr- a^P 



Carta Ann Hosmer. Junor. Gr^ysvAe. Oi 
Teresa ^ -^c-- ii--zn. Jmct. Br mn ^ m-K AC 
Sophomore. Decaci#_ UN 



Kenoeth = -^r^- _r =^'i»<.-- 



Thomas Paul Irwin. >.. Sophorrxr e . Soddv- ~ 
PatTv Gai Jacks. Jmor. Corttova. ED 
Mary Carcrfyn James. Saphomcn Si -.a i ^ i j r' =>S 
Dame* PaiJ Jasmar. Freshman. Largo -' »0€V 
Mart Anthony Jefcs. Soohomore Gacasder Ww 
Bernard Joseph Jerttins. Jtncr. 5rTr«-^.arn, CH 
Rk;hard Scon Jensen. Jmor. K^its^Ae 3A 



105 



Maryari" Jessee. Sophomore, Birmingham, Bl 

Charles A. Jett, >.. Freshman. Birmingham. AC 

Barbara Johnson. Freshman, Birmingham, UN 

Daniel Boyd Johnson, Junior. Huntsville, EC 

Myra Pugh Johnson. Junior, Birmingham, BA 

Raynond Kenneth Johnson. Junior, Pleasant Grove, BA 

Regina W Johnson, Junior. Cullman, ED 



Valeria Yvonne Johnson. Freshman, Birmingham. AC 

David H. Jones, Freshman. Fairfield, MU 

Donald Maurice Jones, Junior, Birmingham, BA 

Gary Eugene Jones, Freshman. Mobile. DS 

Lisa Elizabeth Jones, Junior, Huntsville. FL 

Sheila Barnes Jones, Freshman. Birmingham. ED 

Jsmes Madison Jordan. Freshman, Mobile, Bl 



Yoshi^i Kaofu. Sophomore. Birmingham. EC 

Hiromasa Kaio. Junior, Atlanta, BA 

David Kendall Keasler. Freshman. Birmingham, CH 

James Edward Keegan. Sophomore. Huntsville, HI 

Cathy E- Kellenberger. Sophomore, Dothan, BA 

Barbara A. Kandrick, Sophomore, Birmingham. BA 

David Edward Kern. Sophomore. Auburn. UN 





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Daria Kaye Latham. Freshman. Reform. CH 

John Samuel Latture, Freshman. Birmingham, AC 

Jem G Lauderdale. Sophomore, Dora. ED 

John Michael Lawrence, Freshman. Birmingham, UN 

Thomas Sims Lawson, Freshman, Huntsville, PMED 

David Phihp Leatherwood. Freshman, Pensacola, FL. EC 

Scon Whitfield. LeCrov. Sophomore. Birmingham, PMED 



Breni H, Ledford. Junior. Huntsville, Bl 

Mark L. Lester. Junior. Birmingham. MA 

Brian Keith Lewis. Sophomore. Sioux Falls, SD., Bl 

George A Lewis. Junior. Cottondale, AC 

Jane Alice Lewis. Freshman. Ozark, RE 

David Wesley Lile, Sophomore, Bowling Green. Kv-. PS 

Rebecca Kay Lile, Freshman. Bowling Green, Ky., UN 



Cheng Fong Lin. Sophomore, Birmingham. PMED 
Edward Micajah Lindsey. Freshman. Gadsden. Bl 






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Charles Douglas Martin, Sophomore. Huntsville. PDENT 

Melissa Karen Martin, Junior. Birmingham. CH. SO 

Samuel Andrea Masdon. Sophomore, Haleyville, CH 

Michael Clav Mashburn, Sophomore, Homewood, Bl 

Sara Jane Massey, Juntor, BiIoki, Ms,. CH 

Marv Beecher Mathes. Junior. Adamsville, UN 

Elizabeth Ann Maihews. Sophomore, Gulf Breeze, Fl., NA 







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Jamie Ann Mathews, Freshman, Gulf Breeze. Fl., PLAW 

John Paul Mathis. Freshman. Mathews. Bl 

Margaret Lacy Matthews. Sophomore, Huntsville. PY 

Kenneth Gregorv May, Sophomore. Plesant Grove, EH 

Jerry Lee Maynor. Junior. Scottsboro, EC 

Loretta Dawn Mays. Sophomore, Bessemer. AR 

Vivian Denis* Mays, Sophomore, Pranville, Bl 




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Jettrev Rex McLaughlin, Sophomcxe, Guntersville, 81. HI 

William David McMillan, Freshman, Birmingham. PM 

Freda Ann McNair, Sophomore, Birminghann, MU 

David L. McQuiddv, III. Sophomore, Nashville, Tn.. BA 

Manha Elizabeth McShan, Sophomore, Vestavia Hills. Bl 

Martha Anne Meacham. Sophomore. Owensboro, Ky , DS 

Anthony Pairis Menendez, Sophomore. Macon. Ga.. NA 




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CVegorv E(ftr '.' - .~ar *jne. ?■« . O* 

Bfeoda Wifcc-: ■ 7^3- 3A 

Dons - ' P"-3~ -- 

Nefta .'. :. .^- ■■■ ^ ,- - L.'---y.3r-- SA 
Mark Jacson hUer. Freshman. MoMe. PLAW 



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Mart Aj^rxr. 



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Varv Louse Wtror: ?TssiT^,3r ^'cc^ V_ 
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Jeffrey Aaoe Mcrme Freshr-J^- A.-"srcr L*i 
Jo-cs M- V<o^:9Cr^^«^ -Oior SrT-.r^%ar~ EEl 
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Melanie Anne Montgomery, Freshman, Birmingham. AR 

Jon Damian Moocty, Junior. Brewlon, PM 

Yancev Albert Moore, Freshman. Huntsville. UN 

Margarei Dale Moore. Freshman, GetTysburg. Pa.. UN 

Mary Virginia Moore. Junior. Florence, MA 

Vickt Lynn Moore, Junior, Altoona, PS, SO 

Margaret M Mooney, Junior, Birmingham. BA 



Carey Lawrence Moreland, Sophomore. Marianna. Fl., Bl 

Carol Irene Morgan, Freshman, Birmingham. AR 

Losli Leigh Morgan. Sophomore. Birmingham. ED 

Tina Loren Morgan, Sophomore, Sumiton. BA 

Jane Elizabeth Moms. Sophomore. Huntsville, MT 

Philip Edward Moms. Jr , Freshman, Birmingham, CH 

David Michael Morrison, Freshman, Glenco. Bl 



Suzanne Mane Morrison, Freshman, Atlanta, Ga , ED 

Donna Yvette Momssette. Sophomore, Pensacola. Fl.. PM 

Dannv Ray Morrow, Junior. Cullman, BA 



Stephen Allan Moseley. Sophomore, Birmingham. HI 

William Hugh Moses, Sophomore. Hamilton, UN 

Deborah K, Murphree. Sophomore, Birmingham. PM 




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Andrew J- Patrick, Junior. Vestavia Hills, PM 



Mary Elizabeth Patrenos. Freshman. Livingston. UN 



Robert Bruce Paul, Junior. Eau Gallie. Fl.. DA 

Jennifer Wynoma Pelham. Junior. Anmston. MA, CS 

Donna Jean Penhale. Junior, Jasper. DS 

Catherine Ann Perkins. Freshman. Birmingham, UN 

Jefferson L. Phillips. Ill, Sophomore. Scoilsboro. PS 

Mark Curtis Phillips, Sophomore. Birmingham. 81 

Rhonda Cam Phillips, Junior, Linden. BS 



Richard C Phillips. Junior. Marietta. Ga., MU 

Jean Elizabeth Pickruhl, Freshman, Nashville, Tn,. MU 

Stephen Tracy Pierce, Junior. Port St. Joe, FL. MA 

Bernadelte Pilato. Junior, Birmingham. HI 

Douglas Brian Pile. Sophomore. Tampa, Fl,. HI 

Priscilla Jane Puts. Sophomore, Knoxvilie. Tn.. AC 

Michael G. Poist. Freshman, Birmingham, PM 




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George Biian Pokvka. JLno*. 



■^^so- ^3u-3 Pod. FreshfTTan 5« ! ■ i< ■ gnar^- ^' 

i.esrer i-ecanoer 9cs>s. SooSor-ors ro-eros =*V 

:: 3~e Martm Porrsr Gai^encSe AC 

r_3.-ie Berffarm Porter Freshman. \%3-o- =■*" 



Tn3>- VsTTor Post. Ffsshman. 3JnT»ngriarr: . PS 
Ancrs Pressisv- &--. Fr=s:vr.3r;, Farmed SA 

-^ =3>=:ts PS 



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DonaW Rs>- Pntc+isn. >.. Sophorrvre. Sr^rrr>a^3- UL, 
Thomas Afted Pu^. Sophomar=. Tusc^oosa PS 



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Clare Maura Quirk, Junior. Hunisville. PS. AC 

Alison Kellv Rabb. Freshman, Birminghan:i. UN 

Ginny Camille Ragsdale, Sophomofe. Birmingham. BA 

Freida Sue Ratliff. Sophomore, Oneonia, UN 

David Lee Ravburn, Junior. Birmingham, Bl 

John Waller Reddick. Freshman, Birmingham, UN 

Laurie Gene Reid, Freshman. Huntsville. BA 



Kathleen R Reiff, Sophomore, Birmingham, PM 

Garv Roger Real, Freshman, Birmingham. UN 

Charles Edward Riley. > . Junior, Gadsden. UN 

Dale Janice Riley. Sophomore, Melbourne, Fl., INT 

Philip Duncan Ritchie, Junior. Broughty Ferry, England, PE 

Paula Elizabeth Roane. Sophomore. Pensacola, Fl., ED 

Jack Allen Robertson. Jr , Springfield, II., UN 



Susan Reeves Robertson. Freshman. Pensacola, Fl . UN 

Margaret Theresa Roebuck. Sophomore, Bessemer. PS 

Nancy Lynn Rogers. Freshman, Tuscaloosa, AC 

Tina Shere Rogers. Junior, Birmingham, PM 

Richard Rolston, Junior, Point Clear, AR 

John Felix Ronderos. Sophomore. Birmingham, 61 

Loratta McKinnev Rooks. Sophomore. Pleasant Grove, BA 



Angelica Helen Rosiak, Sophomore. AR 

Jimmy Darryl Rosson. Freshman, Boaz, RE 

Claude Casey Rumsey. HI. Sophomore. Tuscaloosa, CH 

Charles E, Runnels. Jr . Sophomore, Fullondale, CH 

Rebecca Gayle Ruffin. Freshman. Huntsville, PS 

William E Ryan, Sophomore, Birmingham. CH 

Don M Sanders, Junior, Huntsville, OS 



Maria Benet Sanders. Freshman, Huntsville, MU 

Mark Vernon Sapp. Sophomore, Huntsville, CH 

Michael L. Scagnelli. Freshman. Wayside, NJ , 61 

Thomas R- Schlitt. Junior, Jasper. BA 

Donald Stewart Scott, Junior. Hueylown. RE 

Kenneth F. Seale, Junior, Columbiana. Bl 

Barbara Jean Seib. Junior, Memtt Island. Fl , MA 



Tonia Carol Sellers, Freshman. Ashland, HI 

Kenneth Neal Sewell, Freshman. Birmingham. Un 

Elizabeth L Shackleford, Junior, Birmingham, AC 

William Richard Shope, Junior, Birmingham, BA 

Hugh Scott Shashy, Sophomore. Montgomery, AC 

Vernie W. Shaw, Junior. Birmingham, BA 

Evelyn Grace Shearer. Freshman. Birmingham, RE 







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Gary Ch«1«« Srrrtn >.r>«cr S#r-w<yjr- &* 

Jarw:* Arter* 



Kerth M. Sm«th. 



Stephen Bra. 
Teresa Anr ■ 



Wftam Wde^, 5- - 
J. Biian SoKJer Jlt : 
Catherine Ame Snc^- 
Sarah Frarices Sperir 
Susan Legh Spencer 
Yvette Spencer. Fres~ 



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Sancya Stalham, Freshman. Birmingham. UN 
Sydney Statham. Freshman. Birmingham. UN 



Russell E- Steiner. Jr.. Sophomore, Birmingham, Bl 

Donald Bruce Stewart. Junior. Vesiavia Hills. Bl. AR 

George Robert Siorey. Junior, Talladega, CH 

David Randall Sinplin. Freshman. Selma. BA 

Catherine J, Stnetzel. Freshman, Huntsvttle, CH 

Sarah Cynthia Slnplm, Freshman. Birmingham, SI 

James Larkin Strong, Junior. Birmingham, PY 



John Sullivan, Freshman. Hunlsville. UN 

Scott David Sweeney. Junior. Lavalle. Md., Bl. PS 

James Walker Swift. Freshman. Anniston. PE 

Harold Mark Swindle. Freshman, Jasper. PMED 

David Michael Sydes. Junior. Hinsdale, 1I-. AC 

Leslie Claire Tanner. Freshman. Hunlsville. UN 

Thomas Albert Taylor. Sophomore. Huntsville, PMED 
















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VcJ\a£' .A.~ttKTT\' Tcoi ^rs5!vT-.5r_ V-cr-raor-s-. AC 
Se<xr-3 Todd. Jltwx 5rrT«T5fisrn AC 

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Laura Leigh Traywick, Freshman. Madison. ED 

Rosemarv C- Tnnchitella. Freshman, Pensacola. Fl, EH 

Shein Lang Tsai, Sophomore, Birmingham. MU 

Danny Glenn Tucker, Junior. Midfield. BA, PY 

Patricia Ann Tucker. Sophomore, Birmingham. EH 

Rhonda Renee Tucker. Junior. Enterprise. ME 

Jack Turner. Sophomore, Fori Walton Beach. Fl.. UN 



Rebecca Diane Turner, Freshman. Roanoke, DR 

Sandra Dawn Turner, Junior, Sanford, Fl,, HPE 

Geraldine A- Turt. Junior. Hueytown. BA 

Charles Kenneth Urchart, Junior, Birmingham. CH 

Thomas Mont Vanness. Sophomore. Crystal River. FL, BA 

Ann Virginia Wagner. Freshman. Ozark. BA 

Martha Darlene Wail. Sophomore. Talladega. MU 





Oh! I can tell you all about that . . . ! The intramural 
program at Birmingham-Southern College keeps the 
athletic-minded students so very busy that there is 
never a spare moment to lament the passing of . . . 
OH WELL! . . . passing. Life in the gym is one big end- 
less cycle of tournaments — tennis, softball, 
volleyball, football, even swimming — and both the 
Greeks and the independents constantly flock toward 
the bulletin boards to see who is playing whom next . 



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ACTION — and we do mean ACTION 
— speaks louder than words! 





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Veofia Oeen. Waiwr. Jtrwy. a«Trw-<r>*^' - '^ 

Jvnes Wigf^u Waller. Ffeshmar. Uc r '-gc r rvrr. PUEO 

Daw] D. Wangem, Soohomcre. Cir». HC - LW 

Giona C. Ward. Freshman, B^mr^yam. tO 

Jeffrey Marten Was«xm. Sopiiarnore. L»«x-9nc«cu^ Tr Afl. 

PMED 
Porna D. WashMiguyi. Ffeshrr\an. WanTv. SA 
John Edrmnl Waters. Freshman. Manon. UA 







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Patricia Lynn Watkins, Freshmen, Birmingham. RE 

Kimberly Walson, Freshman. Milton, Fl . CH 

Kathleen Ann Watts. Freshman. Alabaster. UN 

Jo Ann Weatherly. Junior, Brrmtngham, BA. AC 

Leslie Claire Weaver. Junior, Gulf Breeze. Fl,, PS, FR 

Shana Danielle Weber. Freshman, Birmingham, MA 

Margaret Kaye Weekiey. Freshman, Pensacola, FL. UN 



Scon Daryl Weiss, Sophomore, Sterling Heights. Mi., BA 

Rita Faye Westbrook, Junior, Thomasville. Bl. PY 

Johnnie H. Wheeler. Jumor, Birmingham, ED 

Roger Mark Wheeler, Freshman, Lanett. PY 

Stephanie LuAnn Whetstone, Sophomore. Birmingham, UN 

Bessie White. Freshman. Birmingham, UN 

Dennis Phillip White, Junior, Chicago, I!., PE 



Geraldine White. Freshman. Birmingham, UN 



Steven Douglas White, Freshman, Birmingham, PMED _.t 



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RitcftiC AiLar, .•,V--!ier.. ffftWrfr-an. FVy-- 
John Grant Wktefnan, Ffcshmen E-r- 
Stephen Wi^tower. Freshman ^S 
M«:hele WMer. FresJiman, US 
Jan>es A. Wiiierson. fV. Frestvriari. arr-Mr^iar- ^\l£0 



Thomas Lee Wdetts. Juinr. VeslTvQ -'^s VE 
James L. WBams. Juraor. Anr»g o n. C- 
Lola Kathleen WAams.Ji^wr. OafcTTLar ?\ 
Mtchae* DaraeJ W*ams. Freshrn^ri Fjrsrysae 



SarrueJ Lse W-Jkarr-sor Frssvr-.ar'. 5^>az_ SO 



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Amy Ruth Wingard, Sophomore, Birmingham. EH 

Randall Phipps Wolf, Junior. Sconsboro. PS. SO 

Catherine Wolfsberger, Sophomore. Huntsville, AR 

Emilv Claire Wood. Sophomore. Birmingham, MEd, 

Jerry Harber Wood. Jr.. Sophomore. Semmes. PMEO 

Teresa Franklin Wood. Sophomore, Birmingham, 81 

Marvin Patrick Woodard. Junior. Signal Mountain, HI 



Angela Gail Woods. Junior, Jasper, MU 

Franklin 0. R. Woods. Junior. Birmingham, AC 

Scott Edward Woods. Sophomore. Tuscaloosa. BA 

James Allan Wren. Junior. TrussvJIle. EH. SO. 81 

Gerri Buttram Wnght, Freshman, Bessemer. CH 

James Myles Wright. Freshman. Montgomery, PY 

Rosemary T- Wright. Sophomore. Birmingham. BA 




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. . . and your final word is beer. 

"Weil, we all know that one ... I It's an alcohol- 
ic, fermented beverage made from malt, hops, 
and the roots of various plants. Just seems like 
everyone everywhere drinks the stuff ..." 

. . . well, so much for word association. Now 
let's go to something a little HARDER! 



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BASEBALL 




With the season beginning late in the year, little can be said 

about this year's baseball team. But one thing is for sure: 

if this team plays anywhere near as well as the last one did, 

a national title may be in the making. In fact, from a pre-season 

look at this year's team, why don't we just start clearing away 

a place for yet another trophy! 



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Jay Bogaards 

Raul Esperon 

Tom French 

Robert Goodner 

Terry Kessler 

Pete Knowles 

Gary Kukelhan 

Mark Lacy 

Alec McCullock 

Steve Merrill 

Mike Mills 

Mark Miranda 

Jon Moody 

Ted Niedbalec 

Kevin Niewulis 

Doug Pennington 

Jim Roberts 

Robby Robertson 

Don Smith 

Ed Stabile 

Robert Weber 

Scott Weiss 

Dennis White 

Neal Zimmerman 

Bill Meyer, Head Coach 

Joe Corcoran, Assistant Coach 




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Cheerleaders 



Jo Ann Jacobs 

Eddie Lindsey 

Tom Moncrief 

Terri Dew 

Debbie Brown 

Renee Brown 

Kim Mitchell 

Larry Adams 

John Wideman 

Ken Clayton 

Kathy Williams, MASCOT 








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The Birmingham-Southern Panther basketball squad 

began their second season under head coach Greg 

Walcavich. Returning from last year's team were 

seniors Willie Williams, and Mike Goggans, who will 

lead the Panthers through a tough twenty-nine game 

schedule, which includes such big names as the 

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Head Coach Greg Walcavich 

Assistant Coach Marty Gross 

Willie Williams 

Mike Goggans 

Larry Turner 

Kent Sraden 

Jay Higgenbotham 

James Henderson 

Jobe Belser 

Terry Posey 

Brent Nielsen 

Mont VanNess 

Jimmy Aronson 

James Harmon 

Carl Crosby 

Steve Austin 



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Birmingham-Southern's Tennis 
team began their third year 
under the direction of Coach 
Ann Dieiien. The Panthers offer 
a very impressive season, after 
last year's 13th place ranking, 
and are looking for yet another 
bid to the NAIA National 
Championship in May. Returning 
for their final year on the squad 
are seniors Fred Tanner and 
Kevin Stump. Newcomers 
include Chris Little from Canada 
and Phil Ritchie, a native of 
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PROMOTION STUDENT REPRESENTATION . . . 




After a vigorous, hard-fought campaign and election, our 1979-80 Student 

Government Association took office last April. Meetings, of course, were a 

model of parliamentary procedure, although various members tended to indulge 

in rather lengthy debates on proposed resolutions, motions, and amendments to 

the infamous SGA Constitution. In functioning to coordinate and regulate 

student affairs, the Student Government Association encouraged all campus 

activities — except for those few days when we were without an activity fee. 

And for their outstanding work and leadership on this campus, the SGA became 

the first recipient of Circle K's Award for the Promotion of College Community. 



164 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIA TION 




OFFICERS OF THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

ASSOCIATION 

President: Steven Benefield 

Vice-President: Claire Caldwell 

Secretary: Don Heflin 

Treasurer: Grant Smith 

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Henry Randall 

Freshman Class: Beth Harris, Mike Poist 

Sophomore Class: Mike Chappell, Brian Parke 

Junior Class: Bill Baldwin, Keith Smith 

Senior Class: Charlie Carlton, Dehryi Mason 

Resident Men: Jim Owens, Brent Faircloth 

Resident Women: Cindy Cox, Melinda Copper 

Commuters: Solomon Crenshaw, Richard Feist 

Fraternity Row: Tony Holden 

Night School: Carol Lewis 

Special Black Representative: Sharon Stone 

Married Student: Don Dockery 




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DEDICATED TO MUSICAL EXCELLENCE . . 




166 



THE CONCERT CHOIR 




The purpose of the Concert Choir is to in- 
volve and to interest students in music ex- 
cellence. Anyone on campus may audition 
for this renowned group, but only the 
most outstanding individuals may be se- 
lected. During the 1979-80 season, the 
Concert Choir performed an unusually 
heavy load of concerts, with trips 
throughout the Southeast and over various 
parts of Europe. Reviews in various news- 
papers have proclaimed this year's Con- 
cert Choir — like so very many before 
them — to be an outstanding organization 
and suggested that it be given maximum 
exposure and recognition since it repre- 
sents the finest quality musical experience 
of its kind in this area. Hugh Thomas is 
their director. 




167 



Theta Sigma Lambda, a local 
math honorary, has been in 
the process of chartering a 
national math honorary on 
the campus of Birmingham — 
Southern College. Under the 
leadership of Bill Childress, 
Theta Sigma Lambda has be- 
come a very active organiza- 
tion which not only promotes 
the advancement of math 
skills, but also which strives 
to encourage, stimulate, and 
maintain scholarship of its in- 
dividual members in all fields. 



LOOKING FOR NATIONAL 
RECOGNITION . . . 




THETA SIGMA LAMBDA 



168 



BAPTIST CAMPUS MINISTRIES 



Wallace Everett — President 

Dean Sides — Communications Director 

David Hatch — Enlistment Director 

Robert Goodner — Social-Life Director 

Regina Neal — Missions Director 

Tom Stonecypher — Worship Director 

Adeana Curry — Study Director 

Bob Crutcher — Advisor 

Dan Banks 

Brenda Bice 

David Bowden 

Pam Campbell 

Adeana Curry 

Lisa Eidson 

Wallace Everett 

Rhett Fergeson 

Scott Gesner 

Robert Goodner 

Tammy Gover 

David Hatch 

Donna Henderson 

Lisa Jones 

Lacy Matthews 



Vivian Mayes 
Deborah Murphree 
Regina Neal 
Amy Parsons 
Mark Sapp 
Dean Sides 
Holly Smith 
Tom Stonecypher 
EIna Tarence 
Jimmy Tucker 
Tricia Tucker 
Jack Turner 
Darlene Wait 
Ann Wagner 
Angela Woods 




DEVOTED TO SERVICE AND 
FELLOWSHIP . . . 



I CAN'T TAKE ANOTHER DAY OF 
COMPARATIVE! 

The purpose of Beta Beta Beta is to promote the advancement of biological sciences at Bir- 
mingham-Southern College. This is brought about through the cooperation of students and 
faculty members alike in an atmosphere of ... ! Well, if you have ever been in the Com- 
parative lab, then you would know the type of Atmosphere I'm talking about. Well anyway, 
some of the activities of this group include speakers and field trips so that students can see 
the various applications of a biological science. There is also the social aspect of this organi- 
zation which allows student members to relax and interact with biology faculty on an infor- 
mal basis. 



Mark Miskelley — President 
Rhoda Burns — Vice-President 
Diane Clements — Secretary 
Debbie Lyon — Treasurer 
Dr. Wayne Shew — Advisor 
John McCormick 
Susan Aungst 
Debra Barnett 
Jeff Crittendon 
Brent Faircloth 
Johnathan Goodin 
Annette Golden 
Cal Wiggins 



Tina Rogers 
Mary Jane Wells 
Cathy Marsh 
Regina Neel 
Richard Feist 
Donna Henderson 
Ann Bailey 
Cynthia Williamson 



Kay Miller 
Melinda Thompson 
James Wren 
Maryanne Jesse 
Warren Feist 
Edsol Holden II 
Thomas Sharp 
Jim Pack 



BETA BETA BETA 



169 



JAZZ BAND ENTERTAINMENT BEST 
EVER . . . 




BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN JAZZ BAND 

The Purpose of Birmingham-Southern's Jazz Band, affectionately called the Ten- 
Thirty Band by those more closely associated with it, is to recreate jazz and 
big-band masterpieces from all periods of musical history. Under the direction 
of the renowned Navy Director, Dr. Donald Stauffer, the Jazz band annually 
performs several concerts for the student body and has been selected for 
the past three years to perform at the World Peace Luncheon . . . ! Needless to 

say, the jazz band meets daily at 10:30. 



170 



Phi Chi Psychology Honorary is an organization for anyone interested in 
psychology. The group promotes interest in this area by sponsoring speakers 
who have experience in the nnany applicable fields of psychology. It is, to 
be sure, a mind-bogling experience. 

Guy Cunningham — President 

Pam Claybaker — Vice-President 

Butch Baxter — Secretary 

Mary Jane Wells — Treasurer 

Donald W. Dixon — Advisor 

Guy Cunningham 

Mary Jane Wells 

James Baxter 

Keith Boalt 

David Callahan 

Curtis Chaney 

Pam Claybaker 

James Cobbs 

Richard Ellis 

Carol Lewis 

John Staik 

James Strong 

Barry Wood 



PHI CHI 




LOOKING INTO THE UNKNOWN . . . 



171 



STRIVING FOR AN ENLIGHTENED 

AUDIENCE . . . 




QUAD LITERARY MAGAZINE 

A little magazine of literature and art published twice a year, Quad has 

as its purpose the promotion and encouragement of the many talented and 

creative Birmingham-Southern students. And by doing just that, this outstanding 

literary magazine serves as a vehicle for artistic endeavor. Poetry, essays, 

short stories, and art work are solicited by the editor and board members 

who determine selections for publication. 

Laura Simmons — Editor 

Tay Berryhill — Assistant Editor 

Cindy McDougall 

Jennifer Pelham 

Brian Polivka 

James Wren 

Margie Terry 

Gladys Williams 

Ricky LaCosta 

Laurie Adams 



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THE AMERICAN 

CHEMICAL 

SOCIETY 



Officers: 

Melinda Thompson — President 
Dean Sides — Vice-President 
Jesse Ezzell — Secretary 
Jean Blaudeau — Treasurer 
Dr. Carolyn Moore — Advisor 

This year the Birmingham-Southern Chapter of the American Chemical Society was 

chosen as one of the top 66 chapters in the nation. The group was selected from among 723 active student 

chapters nationwide. Membership in the student affiliate organization of the American Chemical Society is open 

to any chemistry majors or to anyone interested in that field. The chapter sponsors speakers from industry and 

academic settings. Social and service activities of the chapter include membership 

get-togethers, refreshments, and the Annual ACS Christmas Party. 



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STUDYING THE ESOTERIC 



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President: Richard Rolston 

Vice-President: Tamara 

Cover 

Secretary: Katherine Blake 

Treasurer: Curtis Franklin 

Advisor: Bob Tucker 



ART STUDENTS LEAGUE 



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PHI BETA KAPPA 




vsppa, a national Honorary scholarship 
frmingham-Southern College in 1937. Election into this outstanc 




n a broad progi^rn of intell 

ducation. High grades alo 

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Ition* Students are 

f a careful analysis 

include Paul Bailey, Wl 

Fraley, Terrell Finne^, Earl Qossett, Susan 

es A. Koger, Jorfh Pool, Henry C. Randall, 

Weaver, Roy Wells, and Robert Wingard. 



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announce the electron to membersl-up-in-course of the following studen 



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Patricia Armstroni 
Steven Benefie 
Jenny Burleson 
Cywiia Cox' 
M ichaaH^wardi 
Grubd 
Catherine HamrioHHl 
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Patricia Miller 
Roy Sanders 
Melinda Thompson^ 
John Wilsor 






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STIRS UP STUDENT INTERESTS . . . 




THE HILLTOP NEWS 



180 




The Hilltop News is published during the fall and 
spring term, except holidays and exam periods. The 
paper is distributed free to students; for all others, 
subscriptions are $2.50 per term. Office hours are 
Monday and Friday during break and Wednesday 
evenings. The Hilltop News solicits and appreciates ar- 
ticles and letters of comment, opinion, or information 
from non-staff members. Articles will be subjected to 
standard editing; all articles and letters must be re- 
ceived signed. Anonimity, if requested, will be hon- 
ored, but no letter or article received anonymously will 
be published. Opinions expressed in such letters to the 
Editor in no represent the opinions of the Hilltop News 
Editor or staff. So how about it? Get involved- — con- 
tribute. 

Editor: Dan Slone 
Assistant Editor: Delia McWhorter 
Business Manager: Ed Queen 
Copy Editor: Mary McCord 
Sports Coordinator: Solomon Crenshaw 
Southern Nights Coordinator: Andy Anderson 
Cartoonist: Ric Rolston 
Reporters: Tim Clifton, Laura Simmons, Richard Feist, 
Pat Woodard, Jim Smallwood, Andy Anderson, Cyn- 
thia Hooks, Janice Baskin. Mary McCord, Solomon 
Crenshaw, Valerie Langley, Jeff Chapman, Rosemary 

Wright 

Photographers: Alan Highes and Mimi Whitt 

Design: Murphy Roberts 

Distribution: Tim Gatewood 



181 



CIRCLE K 




Circle K is the largest collegiate service organization dedicated to both campus and community service activities. 

Using their motto ""we build . . .," Circle K, in the last four years under the able direction of Dr. Susan K. 

Hagen, has do just that. Annually this organization performs at least three off-campus activities in addition to 

their many on-campus services. At the top of their activities list this year are their annual Blood Drive and their 

presentation of the First Annual Circle K Award for the Promotion of College Community, which was this year 

won by the Student Government Association. 

President: David Hall 

Vice-President: Cindy Cox 

Treasurer: David Stallworth 

Secretary: Leslie Weaver 

Advisor: Susan K. Hagen 

Greg Banks 

Brenda Bullock 

Janie Bush 

Claire Caldwell 

Dale Clem 

Cindy Cox 

Lorinda Dixon 

Dan Filer 

Lanetta Fullenwiley 

Jeffrey Gillespie 

Jonathan Goodin 

Tammy Cover 

Myles Wright 



John Grammer 

David Hall 

Carol Herrmann 

Naomi Hilton 

Mike Hudson 

John King 

Elizabeth Mathews 

Bryan McGwier 

Katherine Merrill 

Dean Monroe 

Vicki Moore 

Darlene Wait 



Donna Morrissette 

Susan Northrop 

Jim Owens 

Lisa Pate 

Mark Roberts 

Susan Spencer 

David Stallworth 

Mark Swindle 

Teresa Tanner 

Louise Thomas 

Melinda Thompson 

Leslie Weaver 



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PROVIDING COMMUNITY SERVICE TO ALL 
IN NEED . . . 







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TRIANGLE CLUB 




President: Doug Martin 
Vice-President: Allison Snuggs 
Secretary; Nickie Koulorides 
Mike Mashburn Donna 

Mornssette 

Steve Herrington Terne Zachow 

Hart Thompson Kevin Pendleton 

Mary Burt Francis Phiilpot 

Beth Curry Lisa Fleming 

Langley Kitchings Melinda Cooper 



Harvey Harmon 

Brian Parker 

Brad Baldwin 



Chris Canfieid 
Kay Estill 



Jim Owens 

Alex Pope 

Mike Costanza 

Glenda Wren 

Mark Sapp 

Nickie 

Koulorides 

Dale Clem 

Mike Chappell 





184 



WORKING INTO THE WEE HOURS . . . 





Triangle Club is a sophomore honorary organization 
made up of thirty outstanding Birmingham-Southern 
sophomores. Each was selected in the spring of his 
freshman year for outstanding service to campus and 
community. They regularly can be found working at 
programs, benefits, dances, and cultural events that 
are intended for the enjoyment and participation of the 
entire campus community. 




185 



SOUTHERN A CCEN T 




Have you ever noticed a light in the basennent of Anavely that burns unto 
all hours of the night? Well if you have, then you probably asked yourself. 
Now, Self, who is the world is so crazy — so very stupid — to stay in class 




at long?" Buf?naybe, just maybe, those people are not crazy — not stupid, 

but just interested enough, creative enough, and just dannned bull-headed 

enough Jiyipme up with a yearbook — for a change — that's worth its weight in . . .! 

Well, in Shamrocks (the flower, of course!). 



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Seriously, the staff of the 1980 Southern /4ccenf considers this work to 

be an art form — and nothing less — an art form which brought together the 

very best in talent, design, layout, and photography. Oh sure! This book 

has its problems, but how many other college yearbooks can honestly say they 

don't? So take the time to enjoy this book for all that it is worth. After 

all, therircan only be one 1 980 Southern Accent so you might as well make the 

most of it. 



1 980 Southern Accent Staff 

James Wren — Editor 

Mark Sapp — Associate Editor 

Charlie Carlton and 

Glenda Wren — Business Managers 

Melinda Thompson — Copy Editor 

Barney Bonfield — Sports Consultant 

Leiand Driver 

Jeff Grimes 

Sonya Henderson — Photographer 

Cal Wiggins — Photographer 

Ken Grady — Photographer 

Lauren Lowery 

Leslie Tanner 

Bert Moore 

Lottie Maring 

Hanna Brown 

Sandra Young 

Lanetta Fullenwiley 



SO WHAT CAN BE SAID ABOUT A 

YEARBOOK? 




PHI ETA SIGMA 
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 



The individuals of the two treshman honoraries are re- 
marl<able for their fortitude and scholastic endurance, 

for they have each achieved at least a 3.50 GPA in 
their freshman year. Quite obviously, these individuals 
may form a nucleus of a future Phi Beta Kappa group. 

They can usually be seen struggling under a load of 
notebooks and texts which are so very much a part of 

their lives — that is, when they are not at the Tide! 
Paul Romjue and David Fraley serve as Advisors. 




188 



FRESHMAN ACHIEVEMENT REWARDED . . 




189 



PRESIDENT'S STUDENT SERVICE 
ORGANIZATION 




SERVING THE MISSION OF THE 
COLLEGE . . . 



190 




The President's Student Service Organization, under 
the direction of Suzanne Morse, is an organization of 
outstanding students selected to work with the Presi- 
dent's office in public relations. Gala V, development, 
and a number of activities related to the life and nnis- 
sion of the College. 



Steve Benefield 
Claire Caldwell 
Dan Carmichael 
Marsha Colbert 
Cindy Cox 
Robert Crist 
Brent Faircloth 
Debbie Gonia 
Bob Haraway 
Carol Herrmann 
Richard Hunter 
Anna Keegan 
Lauren Lowery 
Lottie Maring 
Holden McCurry 
Cynthia Pryor 
Ken Shuler 
Grant Smith 
Don Stewart 
Teresa Tanner 
Mike Wheless 
Barb Seib 
Steve Win go 



Jenny Burleson 
Charlie Carlton 
Kim Clayton 
Elizabeth Cornelius 
Solomon Crenshaw 
Nancy Crocker 
Merry Forrest 
Kathy Hamrick 
Don Heflin 
Mary Hubbard 
Kathy Jones 
Liz Lester 
Ron Macbeth 
Jerry Maynor 
Mary Virginia Moore 
Sonya Shehane 
Gary Smith 
Keith Smith 
Phoebe Stone 
EIna Tarence 
John Wilson 
James Wren 



191 



DELTA SIGMA THETA 




BREAKING INTO THE ACT . . . 



192 



Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., a public service sorority, was first founded in 1913. 
But here on the Hilltop, the Delta Girls have only been around for a few 
months, but that is not to say that they will not or cannot succeed. Using 
their national theme, "Deltas breaking new ground," these girls broke into 
the act by performing at both Mr. Hilltopper and at Greek Sing. So with 
a little more time to grow and develop, who knows what ground these dazzling 
young ladies will break next! 




193 





YOUNG REPUBLICANS 



Founded this year, the Birmingham-Southern Chapter of Young Republlcana 

is an organization which holds as its goal the promotion of American Valtiea 

while striving to preserve a feeling of national strength and pride, and at 

the same time sharing with people everywhere a desire for peace and freedam 

and the extension of human rights throughout the world. The Young Rapubiieana 

of Birminghani-Southern are indeed the practitioners of the spirit that macte 
America strong and are preparing for that day soon when today's young peop-le 

will make tomorrow's decisions. 



President: Teresa Tanner 

Vice-President: Carol Herrmann 

Secretary: Dahryl Mason 

Treasurer: Sydney Brevard 

Advisor: Lee Perett 





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The Black Student Union performs various civic and 
social functions as it represents the Afro-American 
students at Birmingham-Southern College. Their prima- 
ry concern is the promotion of black culture — which 
they whole-heartedly did with their highly successful 
Black History Month. The BSU also strives to unite 
blacks with the campus community in determining 
policies relevant to the College. Their varied activi- 
ties — programs, dances, benefits, jazz concerts, and 
cultural events — are intended for the enjoyment of the 

entire college community. 



President: Daniel Bryant 
Vice-President: Cheryl Williams 
Secretary: Lanetta Fullenwiley 
Treasurers: Lolita Dew and Sharon Stone 
Advisor: Charlotte Raspberry 



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MORTAR BOARD 



President: David Gruber 

Vice-President: Cindy Cox 

Secretary: Ed Queen 

Treasurer: Joe Bailey 

Advisors: Dr. 0. C. Weaver and Dr. Susan K. Hagen 



Joseph M. Bailey 

Steven Alten Benefield 

Tinnothy A. Berg 

Taney Afton Brazeal 

Anna Claire Caldwell 

Charles B. Carlton 

Kimberly Lynn Clayton 

Denise H. Clegg 

Dyan Annette Clements 

Cynthia Elaine Cox 

David Booth Darcy 

Jesse H. Ezzell, Jr. 

Merry Beth Forrest 

David Gruber 



Melissa S. Haenisch 

Catherine A. Hamrick 

Timothy Alan Harness 

Donald Lee Heflin 

Carol Faye Lewis 

John L. McCormick 

Katherine W. Merrill 

Patricia Kay Miller 

Edward L. Queen, Jr. 

Bruce F. Roberts 

Daniel K. Slone 

Teresa Karen Tanner 

Melinda Thompson 

John S. Wilson 




198 



RECOGNIZING OUTSTANDING 
SENIORS . . . 




Mortar Board is composed of senior men and women who have shown outstanding 

abilities in the classroom and around campus. These selected individuals 

are the leaders of many clubs and organizations. They feel that a college education 

is not found solely in books. Through the various activities embodied by each 

member, a service in a sense is provided both to the student body and to the college 

community as a whole. 



199 



STUDENT LEADERS ABOUNDING 




Whenever active men and women gather on the campus of Birmingham-Southern College 

you will usually find a number of ODK's among them. This national honorary 

represents a cross section of outstanding juniors and seniors on this campus. 

These individuals were chosen for demonstrated leadership in various field. 

Omicron Delta Kappa taps for membership twice each year. 



200 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 




President: Joe Bailey 
Vice-President: Merry Forrest 
Secretary: Daniel Slone 
Advisor: J. Paul Franke 

Joe Bailey 
Scott Bledsoe 
Denise Clegg 
Jayne Collins 
Marygrace Cross 
Don Dockery 
Jesse Ezzell 
Cathy Hamrick 
Phillip Holladay 
Ron Macbeth 
Mary V. Moore 
Laura Simmons 
Phoebe Stone 
Mike Wheless 
Melinda Thompson 
James Wren 



Tim Berg 
Steve Benefield 
Claire Caldwell 
Charlie Carlton 
Cynthis Cox 
Merry Forrest 
Sister Mary Gallagher 
David Gruber 
Melissa Haenisch 
Tim Harness 
Don Heflin 
Carol Lewis 
Dan Slone 
Teresa Tanner 
John Wilson 



201 



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UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 




202 




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SERVICE WITH A SMILE 




204 



Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity based on the principles of service, leadership, and friendship on 
campus, in the community, and on the national level. Active chapters operate today on nearly 400 campuses, 
and nearly 150,000 students have participated during our more than 50 years of service. Our national by-laws 
also operate in accordance with those principles exemplified by the Boy Scouts of America. Alpha Phi Omega is 
a unique college fraternity which includes members of all rces, religions, political preferences, and national ori- 
gins. We are a self-governing group under our national chapter articles and by-laws, and we maintain regular 
communication with our national worthwhile sectional and regional conferences during the academic year. Our 
membership is certainly varied. Each class is represented and members are regular participants in many other 
college activities, including social fraternities and sororities. Baptist Campus Ministries, and Circle K, which pro- 
vide service, leadership, and friendship in becoming active. 



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Members: 
Jeff Chapman 
Tay Berryhill 
Sandra Young 
Lanetta Fullenwiley 
Neal Wilhite 
Rhett Freguson 
Liz Kirby 
Brenda Bullock 
Naomi Hilton 
Randy Ruthledge 
Kevin Farr 
Dan Dees 
Jim Owens 
Jeff Phillips 
Buddy Jenkins 
Pam Williams 
Susan Millican 
Dean Sides 
Jim McFadden 



Kat Blake 
Scott Bledsoe 
Elizabeth Cornelius 
Adeana Curry 
Richard Feist 
Warren Feist 
David Hall 
James Hill 
John King 
Lacy Matthews 
Nancy McCorkle 
Dean Monroe 
Stanley Neel 
Leslie Weaver 
Brian Wyatt 
Carolyn Millican 
Shaun Cosper 
Lisa Jones 
Lucy Hardive 



205 



DAWN URQUHART 




1980 MISS BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN 

COLLEGE 



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MISS PHOEBE STONE 




ALTERNATE MISS ALABAMA 

Miss Birmingham — Southern College, 1979 



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Nannette Wakefield 

representing 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Melissa 'Twinkle" 

Martin 

representing 

Theta Chi 




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Carol Anne Miller 
representing 
Lambda Chi Alpha 

Cynthia McNair 
representing 
Zeta Tau Alpha 



Anna Keegan 

representing 

Pi Beta Phi 

Kris Hays 

representing 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



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Anamaria Bruno 
representing 
Alpha Omicron Pi 

Becky Alder son 
representing 
Alpha Chi Omega 



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Adeana Curry 
representing 
Kappa Alpha 

Anna Claire Caldwell 

representing 

Alpha Phi Omega 




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Sandra Young 
representing 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 



Merry Forrest 
representing 
Kappa Delta 



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David Hall 

representing 

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Blacl< Student Union 



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fjrjt ernal love and high scholastic achievement, Greek life remains a very 
IHying force in many individual's claims to a full and successful life. 



Whether it be a group of uncanny individuals or one with IZODS. button- 
downs, top-siders, lime-green pants, and duck shoes abounding, one thing 
remains the same — that special warm feeUngyo'^ get when you hear an 
J old fraternity cheer or see a sorority White Rose ceremony after many 
^ears nf separation from the old group seems almost instantaneously to 
hung a tear to the eyes or, at least, a heavy lump in the throat. 



One thing remains the same: it's called being Greek! 




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President: Angle Rosiak 
Vice-President: Robin Foster 
Secretary: Kim Williams 
Treasurer: Cathy Strietzel 
Advisor: Pam Ison 

Beck Alderson 
Susan Alley 
Lisa Eidson 
Susan Jefferson 
Lisa Merrell 
Regina Neal 
Frieda Ratliff 
Angie Rosiak 
Katherin Merrell 



Adrienne Barry 
Barbara Calk 
Robin Foster 
Cathy Strietzel 
Kim Williams 
Maryanne Jesse 
Pam Campbell 
Patty Tucker 
Elizabeth Patrenos 



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President: Bernadine Suggs Whitman 

Vice-President: Valencia Smith 

Secretary: Sharon Stone 

Treasurer: Pamela Williams 

Advisor: Hazel Germany 

Bernadine Suggs Whitman 

Valencia Smith 

Sharon Stone 

Pamela Williams 

Lanetta Fullenwiley 

Lolete Dew 

Janices Jackson 

Sandra Young 

Donna Morrissette 

Wanda Grandberry 

Kay Pasley 

Angela Fisher 




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ALPHA OMICRON PI 



President: Anamaria Bruno 

Vice-President: Phoebe Stone 

Secretary: Mary Virginia Moore 

Treasurer: Lauren Lowery 

Advisor: Janice Ingram 




Alison Bundrick 

Cindy Furio 

Debbie Gonia 

Allison Haley 

Miss Leigh Reddick 

April Johnson 

Elizabeth Maloof 

Elizabeth Bradfield 

Mary Burt 

Arlene Carrasquillo 

Linda Eckert 

Barbara Standridge 

Catherine Perkins 

Ellen Stone 



Kay Estill 

Vicky Valin 

Terrie Zacho 

Nickie Koulourides 

Elizabeth Lester 

Gail Livingston 

Lisa Milner 

Patti Jones 

Leslie Morgan 

Frances Phillpott 

Melanie Smith 

Winona Stephens 

Debbie Sievers 

Kim Watson 



Susan Ames 

Tiffi Bates 

Jane Boswell 

Lynn Cobb 

Luanne Goodall 

Beth Harris 

Lynn Hughes 

Joan King 

Diane Koulourides 

Rebecca Lile 

Ginny McElroy 

Carol Morgan 

Peggy Smith 




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Joe Bailey 

Larry Crowson 

Tim Harness 

Phil Whitehead 

Chuck Fagan 

Phil Holladay 

Curt Smith 

Scott Sweeney 

Jim Williams 

Jon Grigsby 

Robert Crist 

David Livingston 

Greg Merren 

Clay Price 

Chris Vance 

Andy Thurmond 



Roger Barnes 

Jesse Ezzell 

Don Heflin 

John Wilson 

Dale Gann 

Jon Krai 

Grant Smith 

David Sydes 

Mark Landry 

Mitch Bates 

Bill Crowson 

Mike McKerley 

Tom Moncrief 

Mike Scagnelli 

David Wangren 



Greg Black 

Ken Grady 

David Middleton 

Bobby Dillon 

Wade Geiger 

Brent Ledford 

Kenny Stephens 

Cal Wiggins 

Mike George 

Jim Brannon 

David Lile 

J. P. Mathis 

Brian Parker 

Bruce Thomas 



Scott Spivak 

President: Don Heflin 

Vice-President: Grant Smith 

Secretary: Tim Harness 

Treasurer: David Middleton 

Advisor: Drs. Weaver and Penfield 




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KAPPA ALPHA 




President: Taney Brazeal 

Vice-President: Rory Dalton 

Secretary: James Sexson 

Treasurer: Dennis Hardin 

Advisor: Phil Egdorf and 

James Cook 




Jamie Archer 

Dan Banks 

Pat Barnes 

David Bowden 

Taney Brazeal 

David Breazeale 

Jimmy Brown 

Harrell Bullard 

Rory Dalton 

Charles Decker 



Dan Dees 

Val Early 

Kevin Farr 

Allan Gazaway 

Scott Gesner 

Dennis Hardin 

Stacey Headley 

Lee Anderson 

Scott Jensen 

Joel Langford 



Daryl Masters 

Stanley Neal 

Wade Neth 

Bert Pitts 

Troy Post 

Randy Rutledge 

James Sexson 

Steve Slaughter 

Russell Wallace 

Denny Whitehurst 




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KAPPA DELTA 



President: Merry Forrest 

Vice-President: Kim Clayton 

Secretary: Dehryl Mason 

Treasurer: Celia Roland 

Advisor: Henry Randall and 

Ease Harris 




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Cindy Blessman 

Kim Clayton 

Merry Forrest 

Angela Hansard 

Janet Hinson 

Dehryl Mason 

Kay Miller 

Lin Poyner 

Barbara Seib 

Mary Hart Thompson 

Rhonda Tucker 

Ainsley Edwards 

Lisha Harbaugh 

Kim Mitchell 

Susan Robertson 

Shannon Smith 

Ann Wagner 



Susan Brodie 

Melinda Cooper 

Paula Franke 

Betty Hawk 

Diane Johnson 

Liz Mathews 

Jane Morris 

Dale Riley 

Allison Snuggs 

Melinda Thompson 

Sally Wilson 

Jayne Collins 

Laura Harvey 

Dale Moore 

Nancy Rogers 

Cathi Snow 

Kaye Weekley 



Anne Bryant 

Lorinda Dixon 

Cathy Hamrick 

Kris Hays 

Lottie Maring 

Loretta Mays 

Molle Powers 

Celia Roland 

Teresa Tanner 

Angela Tower 

Glenda Wren 

Frances Foy 

Jamie Mathews 

Laurie Reid 

Tonia Sellers 

Leslie Tanner 




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President: Andy Anderson 

Vice-President: Richard Feist 

Secretary: Tinn Gatewood 

Treasurer: Neal Wilhite 

Advisor: Robert Cunningham 

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Charles Alkula 

Andy Anderson 

Mark Brown 

Steve Darby 

Richard Feist 

Curt Franklin 

Richard Rolston 

Brig Young 



Joey Ackerson 

John Elledge 

Eric Cohen 

John Sullivan 

Warren Feist 

Tim Gatewood 

Talmadge Walker 

David Thomas 



Kirk Brannon 

Dan Jasmer 

Buddy Jenkins 

Richard Wilhite 

Rhett Fergeson 

Jerry Maynor 

Neal Wilhite 




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President: Melissa Haenisch 

Vice-President: Cindy Dye 

Secretary: Carol Herrmann 

Treasurer: Cathy Marsh 

Advisor: Hala Fawal 




Anna Keegan 

Susan Glazner 

Melissa Haenisch 

Mary Jane Wells 

Martha Meachum 

Roxanne Guthrie 

Marygrace Cross 

Valerie Langley 



LuAnn Whetstone 

Rita Westbrook 

Vivian Mayes 

Junko Fukudo 

Joyce Hardiman 

Ginger Gidden 

Michelle Wilder 



Carol Herrmann 

Cathy Schipman 

Lindsay Stroud 

Cheryl Brooke 

Jayne Lewis 

Naomi Hilton 

Ellen Humphrey 




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President: Richard Hunter 

Vice-President: Boyd Johnson 

Secretary: Brent Faircloth 

Treasurer: Dan Carmichael 

Advisor: Paul Franke 




Larry Adams 

Jerry Andrews 

David Armacost 

Brad Baldwin 

Tim Berg 

Ben Bullock 

Dan Carmichael 

Kevin Carter 

Judson Chandler 

Mike Cope 

Jeff Crittenden 

Leiand Driver 

Brent Faircloth 

Sam Gray 

Bert Moore 

Russell Hayes 

Frank Head 

Dan Hite 

Tony Holden 



Scott Huber 

Richard Hunter 

Bryan Jackson 

Boyd Johnson 

Jim Jordan 

Langley Kitchens 

Eddie Lindsey 

Ron Macbeth 

Jay Mashburn 

Mike Mashburn 

John McCormick 

Holden McCurry 

Dan McKiever 

Tony Menendez 

Stephan Moran 

Mike Recio 

John Hill 

John Ronderos 

Joe Rusnak 



Bob Sipe 

Alfred Shaerer 

Keith Smith 

Steve Smith 

Wes Smith 

Spin Spires 

Jack Swift 

Keith Thompson 

David Vaughn 

Jim Walter 

David Whitley 

John Wideman 

Bob Zachow 

Bob Haraway 

Steve Herrington 

David Rikard 

Bruce Rogers 

Eddie Holden 

Ken Seale 




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THETA CHI 



President: Ken Schuler 

Vice-President: Bill Baldwin 

Secretary: Greg Brown 

Treasurer: David Wilson 

Advisor: Albert Hughes 




Bona Allen 

Bill Baldwin 

Butcii Baxter 

Steve Benefield 

Dave Box 

Greg Brown 

Ben Burl<.ette 

Jeff Chapman 

Mike Chappell 

Glen Conner 

Bill Conner 

John Dischuck 

Scott Dixon 

Mike DeJanes 

Mike Edwards 

Dan Filer 

Steve Frost 

Trey Waters 

Mark Johnson 

David Wilson 



David McQuiddy 

Carey Moreland 

Pat Noling 

Roy Petrey 

Don Prittchett 

Tom Pugh 

Richard Reynolds 

Ken Schuler 

John Miller 

Mike Smith 

Don Stewart 

Jimmy Strong 

Kevin Stump 

Tim Thaggard 

Stuart Tieszen 

Rob Paul 

Craig Tilghman 

Jeff Grimes 

Frank Klein 

Pat Woodard 



Jimmy Bailey 

Drew Barry 

Ken Clayton 

Howard Day 

Mark Flatt 

Steve Hightower 

Donald Jones 

Jim Keegan 

Mark Mullens 

Alex Pope 

Gary Real 

David Honeycutt 

Roger Wheller 

Mike Hobson 

Sam Manning 

Sam Williamson 

Mike Gorum 

Tommy Willetts 

Sam Masdon 

Fil Woodbury 




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ZETA TAU ALPHA 



President: Cynthia McNair 

Vice-President: Nancy 

Crocker 

Secretary: Terri Dew 

Treasurer: Deborah Busby 

Advisor: Margaret Weldorf 




Celia Sims 

Gina Hill 

Jennifer White 

Deborah Busby 

Nancy Crocker 

Cynthia McNair 

Freda McNair 

Terri Dew 

Lisa Browning 

Vicki McNair 

Mary Deyerle 

Amy Wingard 

Vicki Moore 



Denise Clegg 

Ginny Ragsdale 

Mary James 

Angie Batey 

Karen Mitchell 

Theresa Adams 

Bronwyn Harris 

Jennifer Lambert 

Glenda Dill 

Jan Hopper 

Judi Pasley 

Gina Harris 

Lynn O'Shields 



Joanne Cory 

Lynn Christie 

Sydney Statham 

Lydia Black 

Connie Pasley 

Laura Traywick 

Sarah Spencer 

Leigh Cristie 

Maria Sanders 

Sonya Henderson 

Vickie Wakefield 

Kathy Williams 




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Company. 

A major factor in 

three basic industries: 

construction materials, 

chemicals and 

secondary metals. 



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Birmingham, Alabama 




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'SOUTHERN LIVING — fun, friends and 
good times to remember. But it doesn't stop 
there. Birmingham-Southern offers its 1200 
plus students the best in higher education, 
and much hard work has become 
synonomous with 'Southern Living. Each 
student is a unique individual faced with the 
process of molding goals and ambitions. Fu- 
ture achievements and contributions to soci- 
ety will in no small measure be influenced by 
the degree to which a personal commitment 
is made to respond to the demands of 
Southern's academic standard. 




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Take full advantage of 'SOUTHERN LIVING. 

Set your goals and strive to meet them. 

Work hard in the pursuit of knowledge and 

have fun in the pursuit of social development 

and interpersonal relationships. Make this 

experience a time of true development and 

take with you memories you will always 

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