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student government .


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activities


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organizations


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honorary




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student associations




military




greeks


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classes


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who's who




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underclassmen




sports


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sports clubs




advertising


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administration





dr. robert cook edwards

Clemson University today is meeting the challenge of tomorrow
with relevant educational programs focusing on conditions of our
time and of the future. By merging a broad range of specialized
talents into an interdisciplinary approach, the University is channel-
ing student interest and eagerness to solve contemporary problems
into realistic, constructive, academic and research programs.

In anticipation of a student body of 10,000 by 1975, the Uni-
versity Is responding to the educational programs at the under-
graduate and graduate levels. This is particularly evident In the
Colleges of Liberal Arts and Education and In the School of Nurs-
ing, which are providing several new and Innovative programs for
Clemson's surging coed enrollment.

The University's program of physical expansion is being geared
to complement Its increasing enrollment and expanding academic
curricula. Top priorities are being given to the construction of a




University Union and Student Relations Activity Facility, new build-
ings for the College of Forestry and Recreation Resources and the
Biological Sciences, and an addition to Lee hiall which houses the
College of Architecture.

Clemson University is proud of the many accomplishments of its
past, but the true measure of the Universtity's worth will be decided
by Its contribution to the future. What has been done will serve
as fitting prologue for "what we are determined to accomplish in
our fourth quarter-century of meaningful education, research, and
public service programs.



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WALTER A. COX, V,ce President for Students Affairs




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ROBERT C. EDWARDS President

VICTOR HURST Vice President for Academic Affairs

MELFORD A. V^ILSON . . Vice President for Business and Finance

WALTER A. COX Vice President for Student Affairs

STANLEY G. NICHOLAS .... Vice President for Development
A. WOOD RIGSBY .... Vice President for Executive Affairs



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clemson

alumni

association

The Clemson Alumni Association is dedi-
cated to serving the students of Clemson
University through the advancement of the
University's educational student activities
programs.

The Association is the tie that maintains
the closeness of the Clemson family as its
members scatter to all parts of the world
in pursuit of their careers — and the tie that
links the students of yesterday to the students
of today.

From the income of the Alumni Loyalty
Fund, which has totalled nearly $2 million in
the last 15 years, grants are made to the
University for programs of scholarships and
fellowships, faculty development and research,
undergraduate education, graduate education
and student activities.

The on-campus Alumni Office maintains
records of and contact with nearly 25,000
former students. While serving the alumni
by helping them maintain contact with their
University, the Alumni Office also serves
Clemson's 8,000 "now" students in many
ways during each college year.



JOSEPH E. SHERMAN
Director of Alumni Relations




DEAN W. H. WILEY

college of agricultural sciences



DEAN HARLAN E. McCLURE
college of architecture



DEAN HAROLD F. LANDRITH
college of education




DEAN L. G. RICH
college of engineering



DEAN w. H. D. McGregor

college of forestry and
recreational resources



DEAN W. D. TREVILLIAN
college of industrial management




DEAN H. M. COX
college of liberal arts



DEAN GERALDINE LABECKI
school of nursing



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secretary



gay edwards
voter registration



John waters
treasurer



gerry hough
president




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elections board



chris black
dept. of services



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senators


broughton cooper


Joyce kelley


pam ready


paul mims, pres.


John croft


diane kerr


jean roe


John marshall, pres. pro tern


woody culp


hal langford


david rowe


becty brazier, sec.


Steve dennis


alan laughlin


Steve shugart


maxine poston, clerk


arm dickson


tommy lavender


debbie skinner


neal sutker, chaplain


larry dunn


pick llndsay


thomas smith


bob bailey


cheryl harris


jim mcmillan


craig Stafford


Charles bell


John harris


gary mitchell


steve thompson


ian brown


leslle heyniger


steve moss


david whittemore


raymond burkot


John heyrich


mary mozingo


frank young


shirley canaday


scott Jordan


dave prince


ronnie young


andy coone


paul kellett


robert quattlebaum






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(a) student organizations committee



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taps 72



5 girls and a woman . . . Jack hemmed Rose-
mary's dress . . . where's Bounds and the jr.
staff . . . ekta something or other . . . Maggie
Valley . . . Thelma and girl scout socks . . .
Janer is going home again this week-end . . .
Beth is a beauty . . . Vann Beth is moving to
Greenville-Spartanburg . . . look, hiarry, we
don't care about the box of candy; we want
the pictures . . . more girls on the sr. staff
than ever before . . . damn it . . . $20 . . .
slick Ed . . . cover-black with an orange tiger
paw . . . new curtains . . . air-conditioned dark-
room, cool photographers . . . Budgie and the
cigars . . . TAPS 71— CDA 19 . . . the grey
book . . . punch with punch . . . John, who you
been calling on the phone . . . Libby took a
wrong turn and she wasn't drunk . . . "Oh, Lord
won't you buy me" . . . fHal Jr. and Sr. are
working . . . good thing it was insured . . .
Cutting and his bike . . . Tyron's going to
Anderson again . . . midnight Millie returns . . .
photo shy trustees . . . bad photos of fuzzy
people . . . another group shot missed . . .
don't think of them as deadlines, think of them
as guidelines ... I hope they don't think I
designed that ... so to speak . . . press Morris
... a drop-in and someone came . . . the fillers
get better every year and they're all from Fu-
quay-'Varina . . . and the bugle gets its polishing
for the I970's . . . staff relations go on and
on and on, ad infinitum, ad nauseaum . . . the
k.f.l.f. award goes to . . . Cathy C. Miami . . .
I think he's finally scared . . . mother nature . . .
coconut-man Janer ... a TAPS lavalier . . .
small kidneys Wylie . . . Nancy's thermometer —
98.6 . . . we're flunking out but the book goes
on, and on, and on . . . let's get started.




anne mon
designer



libby clarlc
honoraries



nancy williams
advertising



John bethea
photographer



dan janer
photographer



bob cutting
photographer




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vann beth myers |im bounds

classes/who's who editor-in-chief budgie henderson

. beth colennan student government/

professionals activities

jack brunson
tyron barter administration/sports

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david c. wyhe
photographer



michael myers
business manager/greeks



louise white

student association

military



taps junior staff



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t. huff. j. jaynes. J. Jennings, I. krisher, r. mclcinney, a. mclauchlin. b. mcnell. d. r
Sanders, a. smith. I. smith, n. spotts, a. weaver, j. wilson.



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c. holder, c. hudgins
■ichardson, j. riddle, t.




I don't have much to say tonight, but . . . welcome back
John . . . who can stay tonight . . . forget quizzes . . .
but Jim . . . empty trash cans . . . what grey book?
. . . Lind'n Anne . . . when was that section due? . . .
Oh, three weeks ago ... I hear yelling in there . . .
could it be? . . . it is . . . sign the sheet . . . who can
go to Greenville this week? . . . call Morris . . . you
people don't seem to realize . . . photo requests . . .
just make up something . . . Sofonda Beer — know her?
... is Fogbound your sister? . . . rubber bands . . .
who can type? . . . who can think? . . . hamburgers and
beer . . . okay, cokes . . . alphabetize 'til dawn . . . the
sillies ... is there anything to do? . . . there's always
computer cards . . . can anyone sew? . . . just tape
them! . . . where's the bread, Janer . . . moral support
. . . that's what we're here for . . . I'm real proud of
ya'll . . . TAPS Junior Staff 1972.




the tiger




nanlyn walser
features



chns hinar
sports



dotti dennis
business manager



bob thonnpso
managing edi



torn priddy
associate editor




steve brust
advertising



lewis kirk
chief reporter



mike forth
assistant managing editor



nick roark
circulation



jim walser
editor




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the chronicle



The Chronicles of Istanbul, In the Year of Our
Puma MCMLXXI — After an extended sojourn in
the outer regions of the kingdom (what s he
talking about?) ... the Caesar of Saginaw re-
turns . . . The kindom is reunited . . . Mysteri-
ously the loggia box returns in the dead of night
. . . What was the P-Plant doing with it? . . .
same printer, new contract . . . There is hope
... an energetic staff ... if two people can
stuff twenty envelopes in seven minutes, then
nineteen can . . . the end justifies the means
and Machiavelli is recognized as First Citizen
of Istanbul ... his High Priest ... an issue out
early, and only two weeks late at that . . . what
we need is a Viking ship to pillage the villages
of . . . how 'bout a helicopter . . . where's Ken?
he knows when we meet . . . the hierarchy with
its top drawer . . . the most cleaned office in
school . . . Who creates these messes? . . . who's
majoring in . . . arcane studies . . . last year it
was the Big G, who's this guy think he is? some
sort of carpenter . . . who's staff has Jack upset
this time? . . . take the damn pencil sharpener
down and mount it somewhere else . . . that s
an office divider? take it down, too . . . what's
a potentate of Istanbul? . . . where's the copy
for the second issue? what do you mean wrong
margins and only one set ... a telephone
interview — your bill was what? . . . Hoorah for
subscriptions! One a day and we need only
thirty-one more to break even . . . due to cir-
cumstances beyond our control the second issue
will be delayed until ... for Christmas she says
she's getting some wood and a gas torch . . .
The Grand Puma surveys it all from his throne
beneath the Saginaw Bridge and only smiles
. . . Istanbul Forever!





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poetry



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circulation




central

dance

association



so long tradition ... we did handle it with
adequacy ... a new image ... a new sound
. . . coach Smith's colliseum?? . . . we stress
punctuality!! . . . right Smith?? . . . where're
the tickets, yank? . . . how many towels did we
buy? . . . where's the moon? . . . who charged
the frisbees? . . . who's Smith? . . . CDA extra-
vaganza-wine and cold duck,*** . . . Grady's
gone a'huntlng . . . which regulations have we
broken lately? . . . Uncle Vic's mistake?? . . .
$$$ . . . first five-hour concert — or was it a
square dance? ... no smoking allowed . . .
give out hiardee's ashtrays . . . "Powell power"
. . . Oriole's colliseum . . . color it black and
white . . . Zachary's winner . . . who were all
those people at the after-party?? . . . (growl,
growl) . . . don't burn your nose . . . t-shirt vs.
tux . . . what else's left? . . . houseparty . . .
party . . . another five-hour concert . . . excel-
lence by any standards . . . thanks to Zack,
Crunch, DiOrio, Ed, Oriole, Smith, Queen, and
a special thanks to Kathy Mac . . . and a good
time was had by all.




kathy mcdonald
corresponding secretary



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'ice-president



nick dllorio
secretary-treasurer



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public relations



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Coats and ties . . . Dobsons . . . make the back-
drop . . . sell tickets . . . "splotches" . . . CDA
meetings . . . the Afterparty . . . The Allman
Brothers . . . James Gang . . . Goose Creek . . .
Rare Earth . . . Poco . . . Looking forward to
second semester . . . Rod Stewart? . . . Who's
selling in the new dining hall? . . . hlow many
have you sold? . . . Putting up with the Pinkerton's
. . . Saturday afternoon at 3:00 . . . drop-ins . . .
C. D. A. Standards . . . banners . . . "I've been
up since Tuesday " . . . excitement . . . interviews
. . . "just adequate" ... we can handle it . . .
we're having whom? ... in Clemson? ... go for
it . . . that means three weekends in a row that
1 can't get any sleep . . . we'll never make it . . .
all for the Senior Staff . . . Frances Ann . . . Pat



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shirley bishop, chip browne, tommy bryan, ed coffey, [ohnny epting,
steve fleishel, phll gainey. bill gibson, sonny greene, doug hambrecht,
joe hutchinson. chris Iciass. butch mills, francis anne moore. eddie
porter, Joyce thrift, ralph wessinger.



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Tiger is at it again . . . The ATC died . . .
We'll play it if we can find it . . . Can Scramble
. . . editorials . . . The Christmas tree looks
sick . . . Emily . . . Rip-off Production, the doc-
tor is in . . . Electric Tom . . . Timekeeper . . .
wild Bill . . . Did we get any good albums in
today? . . . who wants weekend air time? . . .
new furniture . . . Scott . . . Christmas party
. . . Let's call off classes again . . . The Crown
ate another tape . . . Scottile . . . more pro-
gressive sound . . . the Tooth Fairy . . . Full
staff banquet . . . folk show . . . requests . . .
Larry LaVie ... air conditioning . . . The who
concert . . . Willie Wonka . . . what'd he say?
. . . tone cue system . . . UPI can't type . . .
Sam and his pretty wife Alice . . . Dixie Radio
. . . new look in the record studio . . . honorari-
ums . . . station clean ups . . . interviews . . .
Gar . . . Bored meetings . . . Claude's car died
. . . "who want's to go to the canteen?" . . .
GPR? . . . Senior Staff . . . painting parties
. . . silence sensor . . . psych shows . . . Charlie
. . . hopes for high power . . . whoever lifted
all those albums had good taste . . . Comp
tickets . . . Charlotte said what! . . . Fill out
a spaz sheet . . . Ern . . . remotes . . . We
finished our skit at 3 a.m. . . . Woodi . . . We'd
like 20 tickets together in the double letters . . .
The headphones are broken again . . . contests
. . . Purcell . . . "who can run my show?" . . .
How many more days. Woody? . . . McCants
thinks it takes 30 minutes to tape a skit . . .
tea parties . . . Wisbif.




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scott douglas
iffice manager



torn hill
transmitter engineer



rick spitz
control room engineer



emily parsons
business director



bill pearson
i.t.c. coordinator



ernie Johnson
technical manage



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Audition tapes . . . voice classes . . . Honest
Hugh — Palisades Park or bust . . . study time
in studio B . . . transmitter readings . . .
not for air play . . . who wants to go to the
canteen? . . . you did what? . . . oldie hour
. . . hot chocolate . . . Homecoming display
. . . the all night remote . . . who stole the
fuse? . . . full staff meetings . . . Giggles
. . . new jingles??? . . . what do I do now?
. . . Dragnetwork . . . Smiling Jack ... Is
this wire green on grey or grey on green?
. . . can you sign the log for me? . . . you're
off the air . . . newscasts . . . Heavy Phil
. . . who wants to type this holdout . . .
Mutual News ... I can't — I've got to study
. . . it's the first time . . . Nantz . . . U-gotta
fees . . . jerseys . . . filing oldies . . . Dingle
. . . Murray and his jokes . . . we can't start
the party cause Gil's not here ... I just got
a call from Woody . . . Oh! Wow!






tiger band



Tiger Band . . . Mr. C. (Copenhaver, that is)
. . . chainsmoking and gallons of coffee . . .
seven and a half hours practice per day . . .
Friday afternoon AND Saturday morning . . .
Tigerettes? . . . ankle-knee . . . hippity-ho. Band
go (five minutes early) . . . hippity-hop. Band
stop (five minutes late) . . . Kentucky . . . "Re-
member, after Saturday you can kiss it good-
bye" . . . British kick-step . . . 8-count halt . . .
Georgia . . . the Rednecks are coming . . .
Rubber Ducky & Tillman what?? ... a drill band
or a pageantry band . . . Georgia Tech . . .
Tenth Street Trade School . . . practice at the
Rose Bowl (field) . . . Tech's swingin' basses . . .
lost again . . . Underground . . . Ruby Red's . . .
don't ever drink Zombies from the top down!
Right, Bill? . . . peep shows and "where's
Welch?" . . . U.Va. (Wahoo!) . . . Tobacco Bowl
. . . two-mile parade? . . . Bullshirt! . . . Holiday
Inn in the slums . . . party on the ninth floor . . .
oh, hello, Mr. Manager . . . Auburn . . . pep band
. . . how DO you get to the stadium? . . . "Get
It On" — Chase . . . what a sound . . . "If you
don't have a good release, make damn sure you
have a beautiful tone." . . . Wake Forest . . .
drill in this mud and whip turns? . . . fuego . . .
cheerleaders in Tiger Band? . . . this is the
pumpkin formation . . . UNO . . . pep band
again . . . lost again . . . Gate I I, Bill? . . .
Maryland . . . pinwheels and more pinwheels
. . . peg leg . . . victory at sea . . . N. C. State
. . . last show for the seniors in the Valley,
maybe ... a good show — except for a stray
turkey . . . gobble, gobble . . . USC . . . "Will
everyone kindly jump up my rear" . . . the
marching turkey . . . "What's New, Pussycat?"
... 1 7 to 7, that's What's new . . . Randy
Jackson . . . the Tiger at his very best . . .
Well, 1972 is another year . . . Orange spats!
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Crash! Largest ever . . . close to 100
people, and even balanced! . . .
One and one-half hours, three days
a week, squished into a room built
for a v/oodwind quintet without in-
struments . . . But, success comes
from such hardship . . . Relevant
music! Relevant music! . . . O.I\.
how about Copeland's "Common
Man" fanfare? . . . Well, not quite
that relevant . . . Tour . . . three
days of fun and work . . . three con-
certs a day and you can trade your
lip in for limp jell-o . . . "Overture:
1812" is great, but those little black
dots two inches above the staff just
don't want to pop out . . . percus-
sion struggled to learn the manipula-
tion of their new instrument, two
beer steins crashed together . . .
Something new? Children's Concert
. . . two in one night . . . more limp



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