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JOHN F. THOMPSON, JR. (1 ) rq,,,, hjh s C

JUDITH L. THOMPSON (1) Orangeburg,' s' C

LINDA M. THOMPSON (2) cheraw S c"

MARTA A.THOMPSON (1) Clemson.'sic

WILLIAM R. THOMSON (3) Sharon S C

EVE THORNBERG (3) .' Akron,' Ohio

ANNE C. THORTON (1) Spartanburg S C

JAMES A. THRAILKILL (1) cheraw S c'

DARYL F. THREADGILL (2) cheraw' s' C

CHRISTOPHER M. TILGHMAN (l)North Myrtle Beach, S. C.

MARIE TILLOTSON (1) Spartanburg, S C

PATRICIA D. TIMMERMAN (1) Edgefield S C

STEVEN TIMMERMAN (1) Jackson' s'c

SUSAN K. TIMMERMAN (1) Aiken' S C

CYNTHIA F. TIMMS (2) [] Anderson,' s' c'

WILLIAM M. TINDAL (2) Columbia. S. C.

JULIA J. TINSLEY (2) Easley, S. C.

MARY H. TINSLEY (2) Florence, S. C

ANND.TODDd) Camden, S. C

CAROLYN TODD (3) Simpsonville S C

JAMES L. TODD (1) Greenwood, S.' C

JOHNNY D. TODD (3) Loris, S. C

M. ANN TODD (3) Greenwood S C

JAMES H. TOLLEY (2) Charleston, S. c'

JACKIE M.TOLLISON(l) Greenville, S C

KENNETH L. TOMLINSON (3) Greenville S c'

CYNTHIA Y. TORRES (2) Ridgeland' s' c'

JAY TOTHACER (1) Columbia, S. C.'

ROBERT L. TRAPP (1) Hanahan, S. C

ANTHONY F. TRASK (3) Burton S C

JANET H.TRAYNHAM (2) Greenville, s' c'

JOHN S. TREEN. JR. (3) Gramhng, S. c'

JAMES C. TREME (1) Columbia, S. C

FRED A. TRIPLETT (2) Chester, S. C.

VIRGINIA L. TRIPOD (3) Atlanta, Ga

MARY D. TRIPP (1) Piedmont,S.C

MYRLE A. TROTTER (3) Saluda S C

SUZANNE TROTTER (2) Saluda S C

KATHERINE A. TROUTMAN (3) Sumter' S C

CAROLYN TRUESDALE (1) Greenville,' S.' C."

DEBRA J. TRUETT (1) HartsviUe, S. C

M. SUSAN TRUETT (1) Manning, S. C.

CALVIN F. TRUSSELL (1) Walterboro S C

JOSEPH R. TRUSSELL (2) Hanahan S C

LOUIE D. TUCKER (2) Calhoun Falls, S c'

ROBIN L.TUCKER (2) Easley, S. C

STEPHEN W. TUCKER (2) charlotte N C

THOMAS W. TULL (3) Bucyrus, Ohio

GUY A. TUMBLIN (1) Clinton, S. C.

JAMES L. TUPPER, JR. (3) Columbia, S. C

JANE E. TURK (1) GreenviUe, S. C

HALL TURNER (1) Camden, S. C.



JAMES A. TURNER (3) Tampa, Fla.

JOHN W. P. TURNER (2) Gaffney, S. C.

JUDY A. TURNER (3) Gaffney, S. C.

MARILYN M. TURNER (1) Edgefield. S. C.

SALLY A. TURNER (2) Gaffney, S. C.

TIMOTHY E. TURNER (2) Batesburg, S. C.

JAMES M. TUTEN (3) Winston-Salem, N. C.

ELISABETH L. TUTTLE (1) Columbia, S. C.

MICHAEL P. TYLEE (1) Charleston Heights, S. C.

JONNY B. TYRRELL (1) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

SANDRA J. TZOUVELEKAS (2) Greenville. S. C.

FRED F. ULMER (2) Orangeburg, S. C.

WILLIAM D. ULMER (3) Islandton, S. C.

CALHOUN W. UMPHLETT, JR. (1) ... Summerville, S. C.

CONNIE S. UNDERWOOD (3) Kingsport, Tenn.

DEAN W. USSERY (3) Sullivan's Island, S. C.

CONNIE VAIGNEUR (2) Jackson, S. C.

CHRISTINE M. VAN KIRK (2) Bethesda, Md.

DAVID B. VAN MATRE (2) Annandale, Va.

DOUG C. VAN SCOY (3) Clemson, S. C.

BARRY T. VANN (1) Spartanburg, S. C.

MICHAEL E. VARNER (3) SimpsonviUe, S. C.

DAVID N. VAUGHAN (3) Greenville, S. C.

HAROLD L. VAUGHN (1) Greer. S. C.

ROBERT A. VAUGHN (1) Greenville, S. C.

DANIEL VAUGHT (2) Marion, S. C.

RICHARD D. VERNON (3) GreenviUe, S. C.

ROBERT L. VICKERY (2) Clemson, S. C.

WILBURS. VINCENT (2) Greenville, S. C.

CHARLES T. VINSON (1) Washington, D. C.

ERNEST C. VON HARTEN (1) Beaufort, S. C.

VALERIE E. VURNAKES (1) Greenville, S. C.

VERNON D. WADE, JR. (1) Greer, S. C.

STEVEN M. WAGNER (1) Greenville, S. C.

SUSAN E. WAGNER (1) Columbia, S. C.

JOHN B. WAITES (3) Pomaria, S. C.

ALRED C. WAITS (2) Anderson, S. C.

GARY M. WALD (2) Walhalla, S. C.

RONALD D. WALD (2) RepubUc of Honduras

LARRY D. WALDROP (1) Anderson, S. C.

RHONDA L. WALFIELD (2) Walterboro. S. C.

ELIZABETH R. WALKE (2) Aiken, S, C.

CECIL M. WALKER (2) Sumter, S. C.

JAMES C. WALKER (2) Greenville, S. C.

JOSEPH S. WALKER, JR. (3) Clemson, S. C.

LINDA WALKER (3) Myrtle Beach, S. C.

PATRICIA WALKER (2) Columbia, S. C

PATRICK T. WALKER (2) Spartanburg, S. C.

WILLIAM H. WALKER (3) Clemson, S. C.

TOMMY T. WALL (2) Ridgeland, S. C.

KATHERINE S. WALLACE (2) GreenviUe, S. C.

SARA E. WALLACE (2) Greer, S. C.

DALE A. WALSH (1) Aiken, S. C.

STEVEN R. WALTER (1) Clemson, S. C.

ROBERT S. WALTERS (1) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

DAVID L. WALTON (1) Clinton, S. C.

MARGARET F. WALTZ (2) Columbia, S. C.

VIVUN L. WANN (2) John's Island, S. C.

BEATRICE L. WARD (2) Kingstree, S. C.

BETH WARD (1) Lake City, S. C.

DAVID E. WARD (3) Charleston, S. C.

CHARLES E. WARNER (1) Greenwood, S. C.

WALTER L. WARNOCK (1) Belton, S. C.

PATRICIA L. WARREN (1) Pendleton, S. C.

JENNIFER M. WASH (3) Greenwood, S. C.

ERNEST J. WASHINGTON (1) Liberty, S. C.




KIMBERLY J. WASSON (1) Clemson

DEBORAH L. WATERS (2) Florence

BETH WATES (1) Edgefield

GLORIA A. WATKINS (2) Taylors

NORMAN R. WATKINS, JR. (3) Chapin

PAMELA D. WATKINS (3) Pelzer

SUSAN H. WATKINS (1) Greenville

THOMAS J. WATKINS (2) Anderson

BLAKE T. WATSON (2) Bishopville

CARLOTTA A. WATSON (1) Mauldin

CAROL W. WATSON (2) Charleston

CLYDE E. WATSON, JR. (3) Greenwood

CYNTHIA A. WATSON (2) Greenville

GAYLE E. WATSON (2) Greenville

JOAN S. WATSON (3) North Augusta,

JOHN L. WATSON (2) Greenville

JOSEPH H. WATSON (3) Monetta

WILLIAM WATSON (3) Chesterfield

CYNTHIA C. WATTS (3) Turbeville

STEPHEN P. WATTS (1) Kershaw

CHARLES D. WAY (3) Orangeburg

DOROTHY G. WAY (3) Orangeburg

DENNIS R. WEATHERFORD (2) Lugoff.

KURT F. WTATHERLY (2) Sumter

DEIDRE WEATHERS (2) Bowman

RONALD W. WEATHERS (3) Branchville

DEAN R. WEBB (2) Lake City

PAUL T. WEBB (2) Beaufort

BETSY WEBSTER (1) Atlanta

HUGH A. WTEKS (3) Salley

GINGER L. WEHUNT (2) CHnton

LONNIE D. WEHUNT (1) CUnton

DEBBIE WEINHEIMER (2) Charleston

JAMES A. WTIR (3) Hanahan

JOE W. WTLBORN (1) Mauldin

DAVID M. WELCH (2) Society Hill

DAVID P. WELLS (1) Darlington

JOHN C. WTLLS (2) BennettsviUe

CHARLES M. WELSH (2) Chesterfield

TERESA J. WELSH (2) Bishopville

JEANETTE H. WESCOAT (2) Lancaster

LUCY G. WESCOAT (2) Lancaster

GERALD V. WESSINGER (1) Chapin

JAMES D. WESSINGER (3) Columbia

DAVID B. WEST (2) Piedmont

HUBERT S. WEST, JR. (2) Bamberg

JAMES K. WEST (2) Anderson

KAREN D. WEST (!) Piedmont

DANLY P. WESTON (1) North Augusta,

DANIEL J. WETENHALL (1) Orangeburg

DORA W. WHAM (3) Fountain Inn

SUZANNE I. WHATLEY (2) AUendale

DEBORAH WHEAT (2) Ft. Lauderdale

CHARLES R. WTIEELER (3) Clemson

LINDA T. WHEELER (3) Clemson

CHARLES B. WTIITAKER (3) Aiken

CHARLES B. WHITE, JR. (3) Florence

DEBORAH S. WHITE (2) Troy

DIANA B. WHITE (1) Lynchburi

DONALD C. WHITE (2) Rock Hill

GARY R. WHITE (3) Central

GLENDA F. WHITE (2) Central

JAMES L. WHITE (3) Anderson

LISTON I. WHITE (3) Laurens

MELBA L. WHITE (1) Seneca

NANCY A. WHITE (1) Troy





RICHARD WHITE (2) Columbia, S. C

SUSAN H, WHITE (1) GreenviUe, S C

WAYNE O.WHITE (3) EasIey.S.C

DEBORAH J. WHITESIDE (1) Caffney S C

RICHARD W. WHITESIDE (I) Mobile' Ala'

DAISY WHITESIDES (3) Sumter, S. €.'

GEORGE P. WHITESIDES (2) .... Chester S C

NANN WHITFIELD (1 ) Anderson! s' C

SANDRA L. WHITLEY (1) Bennettsville S c'

SHARON M.WHITMIRE (2) .. Salem s'c

DEBORAH L. WHITTAKER (3) Bristol, Venn'

KAY E. WHITTLE (3) Sumter, S. C



WILLIAM H. WHITTLE (3) Greenville, S C

JEFF S. WHITWORTH (3) Pickens S C

PATRICIA E. WHITWORTH (2) Anderson, S. C

EMMETT E. WICKER (1) Prosperity, S. C

LOUISE WICKER (3) Pomaria, S C

SANDRA K. WICKER (3) Newberry, S. C.

JUDY WIDEMAN (2) McCormick S C

EDWARD L. WIEDEMANN (2) Columbia S C

MARILYN P. WIENGES (3) St. Matthews, S. C.

ERNIE P. WIGGERS (3) Pomaria, S C

C. LYNN WILBURN (2) Union S C

GEORGE D. WILES (1) Jamestown, S. C.

DENNIS A. WILEY (3) Bradley S C

JENNIE N. WILKES (1) Chester, S. C.

MARGARET G. WILKES (1) CUnton S C

JOEL B. WILKINS (3) Blacksburg' S C

PHILIP C. WILKINS (1) Blacksburg S C

DONALD M. WILLET (1) Hamburg, N. Y.

BARBARA D. WILLLAMS (2) Greenville, S C

BENJAMIN WILLIAMS (2) SaUey S C

BEVERLY D. WILLIAMS (1) GreenviUe, S. C.

BRAGG M. WILLIAMS (3) Norway S C

CAROL D. WILLMMS (2) Athens Ga

DAVID K. WILLIAMS (2) Spartanburg, S. C.



DAVID M. WILLIAMS (1) Edgefield, S. C.

DEBRA K. WILLIAMS (2) Easley, S. C.

FONDA WILLIAMS (1) Seneca, S. C.

GLENDA A. WILLIAMS(3) Easley, S. C.

KAREN J. WILLIAMS (2) Spartanburg, S. C.

KATHRYN R. WILLIAMS (1) Beaufort. S. C.

MARGARET S. WILLIAMS (1) Greenville, S. C.

RITA K. WILLIAMS (1) Edgefield. S. C.

SAMUEL D, WILLIAMS (2) Orangeburg, S. C.

THOMAS WILLIAMS (1) Columbia, S. C.

TRENA L. WILLIAMS (2) Salley, S. C.

JOHN D. WILLIFORD (1) Anderson, S. C.

ALFRED E. WILLIS (2) Valdosta, Ga.

DENISE WILLIS (2) Greenville, S. C.

LINDA K. WILLIS (3) Spartanburg, S. C.

REBECCA WILLIS (2) Aiken, S. C.

SAMUEL M. WILLIS (2) Clemson. S. C.

TERRY A. WILLIS (3) Clemson, S. C.

BILLY P. WILSON (1) Piedmont, S. C.

CINDY WILSON (2) Frostproof, Fla.

CYNTHIA S. WILSON (2) Greenville, S. C.

DAVID D. WILSON (2) Toccoa, Ga.

DEBRA K. WILSON (I) Inman, S. C.

DIXIE L. WILSON (2) Walhalla, S. C.

FREDRICK D. WILSON (3) Clemson, S. C.

KAREN 1. WILSON (2) CampobeUo, S. C.

KIRK A. WILSON (1) Easley. S. C.

M. JEAN WILSON (2) Spartanburg. S. C.

PAUL D. WILSON (2) Dillon, S. C.

PHIL D. WILSON (I) Spartanburg, S. C.

REBECCA J. WILSON (2) Chester, S. C.

SUSAN E. WILSON (3) Hampton, S. C.

RONALD P. WINBURN (1) Patrick, S. C.

ALAN M. WIND (2) GreenviUe, S. C.

GORDON W. WINDHAM (1) Columbia, S. C.

RENEE V. WINDHAM (2) Clio, S. C.

DANIEL WINFIELD (3) Conway, S. C.

DANNY WINGARD (3) Lexington, S. C.

JOSEPH R.WINGARD (1) Lexington, S. C.

RICHARD L. WINGARD, JR. (3) Lexington. S. C.

JO ANNE WINGO (3) Inman, S. C.

ANN G. WINN (1) Donalds, S. C.





JACKIE L. WINN (2) ^^m S C

SARAH G. WINN (1) McCormick! s! C

CLINTON C.WISE (3) Marion, S. C.

MARY E.WISE (2) Columbia, S C

SAMUEL H. WOFFORD, III (1) in^an S C

MARK J. WOLCOTT (1) Chester" s! C.

DEBRA A. WOLFE (3) j^nian, S. C.

EDWARD H. WOLFE (2) Orangeburg. S C

FREDERICK G. WOLFE (2) Orangeburg' S c'

TINA R. WOLFE (1) Inman, s! C

DWAYNE E. WOOD (3) Columbia, S. C

JOSEPH C. WOOD, IIKl) Thomson, Ga.

ROBERT J. WOOD (2) GreenviUe, S C

THURMA R. WOOD (1) Spartanburg, S c'

WALLACE B. WOOD (2) ParksvUIe, S C

WANDA E. WOOD (3) Lake City, S c'

BRUCE P. WOODFIN (2) Gramlmg, S. C

CAROL J. WOODHAM (2) Hartsville, S. C.

LINDA L. WOODRUM (3) Columbia S C

WALTER G. WOODRUM, III (2) Florence S C

LOUIS J. WOODS (1) ... . Cayce's C

MICHELE R. WOODS (2) ; ; Atlanta, Ga.'

BARBARA J. WOODWARD (3) Conway S C

NANCY WOOTTEN (3) Spartanburg,' S^ C^

FRANK S. WORKMAN (1) Rock HiU S C

DEBRA WORLAND (3) Greenville" S C

MARGARET K. WORLEY (3) .... Aiken S C

HAROLD R. WORTHY. JR. (2) Summerville" s' c'

GREG R. WRENN (I) Greenwood S C

DAVID A. WRIGHT (1) Columbia, S. C.

FREDA I. WRIGHT (1 ) Rockville, Md.

KATHRYNC. WRIGHT (1) Woodstown N J

STEVEN L. WRIGHT (1) Long VaUey." n' j"

WILLIAM F. WRIGHT (3) Chester S C

RITA Z. WRIGHTENBERRY (2) Denmark' s' c'

EDWIN WYLIE (3) Chester, S^ C."

LINDA H. WYNDHAM (2) Moncks Corner S C

ROBERT M. WYNN (3) Easley S C

VANESSA G. WYNN (2) ; .' .' .' Laurens" s'c'

VIRGINIA B. WYSE (3) inman, S C

CHARLES A. YATES (1) Sumter S C

GEORGE J. YEREMIAN (1) Greenwood, S. C.

CYNTHIA D. YOST (3) Greenville S C

MICHAEL C. YOST (2) Greenville S C

STEPHEN A. YOST (2) SummerviUe, S. C

CONSTANCE L. YOUNG (1) . Greer S C

DAVID C. YOUNG (1) Cassatt,' S.' C

GAIL E. YOUNG (2) Piedmont, S. C.

JETTIE M. YOUNG (2) Clinton S C

LARRY A. YOUNG (3) Honea Path S C

STEVEN C. YOUNG (1) silver Springs, Md

SUZANNE YOUNG (1) Greenwood S C

THOMAS A. YOUNG (2) Anderson, S. C

WILLIAM D. YOUNG (2) Kinaids, S. C.

ROBERT ZANDER (2) Colts Neck N J

ZACHARY J. ZAPACK (2) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla

MICHAEL E. ZEAGER (3) Taylors S C

CATHERINE L. ZEIGLER (2) Cayce' S C

EDWARD T. ZEIGLER, JR. (1) North Augusta' s'c'

JOHN K. ZIEGLER (1) Cranbury, N. J.

JOHN S. ZEIGLER (2) Annandale. Va.

MARION ZOBEL (2) L^mo, S. C.



The Large Class Blues

A professor stares at a sea of faces.
"Hello, my name is Dr. Hoocares.
My office is down the hall and
the textbook will be etc., etc., etc."

"What did he say his name was?"
"Gosh, I hope he's not a bad one.
Nobody seems to know much about him.
When did he say the quizzes would be?"

150 people in front of one man.
Does he care? Do they care?
They come to listen and to write.
Do they take anything back with them?

Maybe they do, but it's only facts.

He has no time to show them the miracles of knowledge.

They have fallen into a trap of numbers.

Many people must learn, but only some can teach.




Student Interrelationships

We come from all over the country— even the world. Our back-
grounds and lives are different. We are each individuals striving for
the common goal of education. Clemson University is the bond be-
tween us all. Or is it?

Students strive for different objectives here. Some reach for academic
excellence— the bookworms. Others admire service and the honors that
accompany them— the wheels. Still others hit the Carpet and play spades
—the goof-off s. These are the extremes— most students are a combination
of these or fit somewhere in between.

How do the students feel toward one another? Do we communicate?
To a certain extent, yes. We know those students in our major fields, we
know those in the activities we participate in and we know some just
by faces. We are isolated in cliques and we tend to remain in these small
groups except for rare occasions when we venture into something new.
Is this the result of a small college growing into a large university? Prob-
ably yes. Venture into the unknown. Broaden the base of your education
so your life can peak at greater heights. ■<






Dorm Life

Life in a dormitory could very well be one of die most im-
portant aspects of a college education. As a freshman, home is
left behind, and a new way of life is begun. The student may
room with an old high school friend or choose a total stranger.
Whatever the case, lixing with sexeral hundred other students
the same age in\ol\es both sacrifice and gain.

Life in the dorm was more than sleep and study. It was a
classroom. Different people with different ways of life learned to
li\ e with each other. Roommates ate together, studied together,
and often fought the same personal problems together. Entire
halls or suites became united in friendship. The tensions of every-
day college life gave way to waterfights, shouting matches, and
occasional fireworks. The feeling that everyone was in the ex-
perience together helped. Students took care of each other. Some-
one was always there to listen and to talk. Problems were shared
and the sharp edge of loneliness was dulled.

Dorm experiences can never quite be forgotten. Memories
of all night bull sessions, card games, wild parties, and a little
studying thrown in on the side will be remembered always. It
was probably one of the few aspects of college life that gradu-
ating Seniors hated to leave behind.




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Professionals




American Association of Textile
Chemists and Colorists



A group of students who call them-
selves the American Association of Textile
Chemists and Colorists are bound with the
intent of expanding their knowledge of
Textile Chemistry. At their meetings they
often bring in speakers in the textile
industry who inform the members of career
related matters. This local chapter brings
students closer to the reality of their
future careers.




Acting as representatives from
various student organizations in the
College of Agricultural Sciences, the
members of the Council sponsor group

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The Student Agricultural Council

department. All members are elected in an advisory capacity to the Dean

or appointed to this position. These of the College of Agricultural Sciences

officials act as the governing body in matters of concern to students.

of all student organizations within rii x toi dcdt d j .

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Agricultural Economics Club



Agricultural economics is a rapidly
expanding field brought about by the new
concept of agri-business. Throughout the
year, speakers were brought in by the
Agricultural Economics Club to discuss
current and interesting related subjects
at the club's regular meetings. The club
also served to promote fellowship and
understanding between members and
faculty. It arranged a lake party in the fall
and highlighted the year with a student
faculty banquet held in the spring. Sev-
eral awards and scholarships are offered
by the club annually to promote further
interest.




Marvin Bozaid,
Brown.



Williams, Larry Edwards, Terry Reynolds, Susan W i



Bob Parris, Jerry Pace, Marty Jones, Lane Whisenhunt, Don Baker, Jerry Odell, Randy



American Chemical Society, Student Affiliates





As in most professional organizations,
the purpose of the American Chemical
Society. Student Affiliates lays in giving its
members a deeper insight into their chosen
field. Membership, in fact, is limited to
students majoring in chemistry or related
majors.

During the fall semester the members
attended the Convention of Professional
Chemistry and in the spring the Convention
of Student Chemists. At the student conven-
tion, members presented papers on research
or special areas of study worked on during
the year.

PETER VIOLET, President




The American Dairy Science Association



Organized in 1922 the Dairy Club is
the oldest departmental club on campus.
Each fall the club has a booth at the
Student Government carnival. This gives
interested students a chance to talk
with the members and to become informed
of the club's purpose and special activi-
ties. A highlight of the club's annual
activities was the selection and presen-
tation of the Dairy Club Achievement
Award. This is given to a graduating
member who has shown the most improve-
ment during his college career.



MACK EUBANKS, President




The South Carolina Student Branch of the
American Society of Agricultural Engineers




Any student majoring in agricultural
engineering or agricultural mechanization
is eligible for membership in the Society.
This organization was very active this past
year in local and national competition with
other schools. The members of the club
were bound in friendship and often went
to the Y-Beach for picnics and cook -outs.



JOHN HAYES, President




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American Institute of Chemical Engineers



The student chapter of the American
Institute of Chemical Engineers had as its
major objective the professional develop-
ment of its members through contact with
industrial personnel and with the parent
organization. The student chapter also
strove to contribute to the entire Univer-
sity community by sponsoring such activi-
ties as its joint AICHE-APO clean-up cam-
paign and a safety campaign. Social activ-
ities such as the fall picnic gave the
members a chance to know each other
better than in the classroom atmosphere.




American Society of Civil Engineers



The objective of the ASCE Student
Chapter is to help the student prepare
himself for entry into the Civil Engi-
neering profession. The chapter this year
attempted to introduce students to pro-
fessional contacts and associations by
conducting a speakers program. After
the meetings, the students had a chance
to personally talk with the guests, hi
the fall the members designed and built
a Homecoming display in order to
compete with other organizations.



JOE BARRON, President





American Society of Mechanical Engineers



The American Society of Meclianical
Engineers is a national professional
engineering society dedicated to the
advancement of the engineering profession.
One of the more important aspects of ASME
membership is to enhance the development
of the member's abilities in the field of
engineering. In the 1973-74 year ASME
built a Homecoming display and sponsored
faculty-student outings and ballgames,
thus encouraging members to become totally
involved in campus activities.




Kenneth Tomlinson, Lee Shugart, Dr. M. W. Dixon, Jeff GetcheU, Jim Kelley, B. E. Gray, Jim Feemster, Shalhoub Kamal Hanna, Steve Price, Mike Vainer, Jim Tuten,
Steve Stamm.



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Associated General Contractors



This local student chapter of the
Associated General Contractors is in-
volved in many professionally oriented
and social activities. Speakers from the
construction industry were brought in
to discuss new methods of construction,
management, and safety. The club partic-
ipated in many intramural sports.
Wives of the members belong to an organ-
ization called the Keystones. These
women deserve much credit for the help
and assistance they have given to the
members.



JAMES COURTNEY, President




4-H Club



The Clemson 4-H Club is an organ-
ization for former 4-H Club members and
students who are interested in 4-H or
other phases of the cooperative Extention
Service. The club included majors from
Pre-Medicine to Agronomy, but each
member worked toward a common goal.

The 4-H Club played an active
role on the Agricultural Council and
sent delegates to the Southeastern 4-H
Collegiate Weekend. Here, 4-H'ers met
to discuss issues and exchange ideas as
well as to have a good time together.




Lewis Dosiei, Nancy Hodge, Billy Dobbins, Angela Glenn, Julia Robbins, Nancy McEboy, Dotsy Lake, Barbara Mishoe, Ellen Stoudenmire, Hilda Taylo,.




Block and Bridle Club

Members of Block and Bridle seek to
further their know lege of the livestock
industry, maintain a close relationship
with the Animal Science faculty, and pro-
vide services to both the community and
the university. The club was widely in-
volved in many activities on campus, but
was probably .best known for the many bar-
becue meals it presented during the year.
New members must also pass through an
unusual initiation. As seen on these pages,
it can be slightly humihating to the
inductee but a lot of fun for everyone
else.



COREY ULMER, President




p. Lathop, S. Davis, D. White, M. Floyd, B. Green, C. Martin, W. Black. C. Setzler, J. Baiton, T. Piatt, D. HaU, J. Lovitt, L. Garrett, B. Blackmon, B. Harris, C.
Goodman, W. Morris, R. Thompson, J. Ohlant, T. Deer, C. Setzler, C. Ulmer, B. Whittle, R. Harper, J. Comerford, A. Hurst, R. Moore, E. Polk.






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Food Science Club

A charter granted in July of 1973
from the Institute of Food Technologists
was only one of the accomphshments of
the Food Science Club this year. Foster-
ing closer relationships between food
science students and faculty, and
acquainting students with new emerging
activities in the food industry were
other primary objectives. At a time of
food shortages throughout the world, the
members know that they can play an im-
portant role in the war against hunger
which is a battle no one wants to lose.





Delta Sigma Nu

The purposes of Delta Sigma Nu are to
promote fellowship among its members, to
provide information concerning further
study in the medical professions, to aid
the prospective medical students in select-
ing courses in keeping with adequate pre-
medical training, and to encourage each
member to become aware of the medical
professions of today.

Speakers, films, and tours provided
the members with greater insight into the
fields of medicine. Joint projects with
Alpha Epsilon Delta were planned this
year, including a trip to the Medical
University of South Carohna in Charleston.
The social side of Delta Sigma Nu included
trips to Shakey's and a banquet at the
end of the year.

Membership into Delta Sigma Nu is
open to any student majoring in any of the
pre-professional health majors, and who
has a 2.0 GPR or better.



CHARLES WRAY, President


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