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cream fight. TOP RIGHT: Sorority sisters are always ready to
support each other. BOTTOM RIGHT: Sorority sing brings
expressions better forgotten.




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Interfraternity Council





President— F. Gregg Jones
Vice President— T. Ashby Gressette
Secretary— William N. Keisler
Treasurer-J. Leslie Heaton




Interfratemity
Council

On the Clemson University campus
there are thirteen unique social frater-
nities, each presenting brother-
hood in its own way and each seek-
ing its own fraternal ideals.
Throughout the year these frater-
nities competed in the areas of
Homecoming, athletics, scholar-
ship and Greek Week. Through the
efforts of the Interfratemity
Council the events and activities of these
thirteen groups were coordinated.

As the governing body of the Greek
system, Interfratemity Council sought to
combine the efforts and ideas of those
involved to insure that the Greek way of
life remained an intergral part of Clemson



University.




Alpha Gamma Rho




Alpha

Gamma

Rho




The Clemson Colony of Alpha
Gamma Rho could perhaps best be
summed up by the slogan, "Alpha
Gamma Rho, a good thing growing."

Growth was felt by all members
as we successfully purchased and
moved into the first off campus
fraternity house at Clemson. The
brotherhood of the colony showed
through as we all worked diligently
to make our new house a home. None
will forget the many hours of labor
that went into building the winning
Homecoming display, nor the pride and
joy of signing the charter as the
Clemson Colony became AGR's newest
chapter. In short, a year of growing
together in brotherhood was experi-
enced by an.



ACROSS, TOP RIGHT: "Look at these socks!" ACROSS, TOP LEFT: The Doobie Brothers are at it
again. ACROSS, LEFT: The brothers laughing it up at one of their meetins. ACROSS, MIDDLE RIGHT:
Little sisters at their weekly meeting. ACROSS, BOTTOM RIGHT: Nobody is paying any attention to
Joe. TOP LEFT: "Oh Paul, remember that day?" BELOW: Brothers meet rushees at a smoker. BOTTOM:
Little Sisters.




Lee Swygert, Jan Scoggins, Sharon McGaw, Donna Hall, June Hapman, AnneUe Ashmore, Dale Garvin, Karen Dumit, Ann Sims, Jeannie Doran, Mis. Martin V.Uke
Cathy Zeigler, Bonnie Flowers. Not pictured: Lani Burnett, Deborah Batchelor.



Alpha Tau Omega




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President-John A. Wliite
Vice President-F. Calvin Riddle
Secretary— Zackary J. Zapack
Treasurer-Richard L. Booth



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Alpha

Tau

Omega



Alpha Tau Omega is a social
fraternity based on friendship with
a strong emphasis on brotherhood.
The ATO's had a full social year
highlighted by such events as the
fall and spring house parties, the
Founder's Day Formal, and of course
the Greek Week activities. In
addition, there were several
impromptu "quad parties" which
sprang up whenever possible
Fraternity life had a serious side
also, and ATO stressed this aspect
strongly. The members were men from
all walks of life, who had sought
and found freindship and brotherhood
within the fraternity.




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ACROSS, TOP LEFT: Witt and Lisa listen to the blue grass band.
ACROSS, BOTTOM LEFT: The Mafia arrives at the ATO house.
ACROSS, RIGHT: John, Dick, and Bill discuss what to do next.
TOP LEFT: "What did you say your name was?" TOP MIDDLE:
Mickey and Nelson find something amusing. TOP RIGHT: The
Devils plan theii next play. BOTTOM: ATO Little Sisters.



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san Day, Lynn Nicholson, Kathy Hollis, Susan Johnson, Lisa Cox, Robbie Jo Hance, Lisa Haeringer, Allison Turner, Michelle Davis, Cheryl Hudgins, June Evans
ggy Deadwyler, Linda Chamblee, Carol Crowther, Nance Cook, Pam Stevens, Connie Feasel, Deedee Hildebrand, Patti Tyndall, Debbie Cumbie.



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President— Danny L. Litchfield
Vice-President— Grant D. Baker
Secretary— Robert B. Skelton
Treasurer— Edward E. Hayes
IPC Representative— Richard H. Bryant, Jr.



Beta

Theta

Pi



The Clemson Beta chapter experi-
enced a very successful year. Member-
ship increased as overall fraternity
grades improved. As always, the Betas
maintained their reputation as the
biggest and best partiers on the
Clemson campus. The Betas became
more active in campus affairs and
Dixie Week, and other joint affairs
with the sororities were extremely
successful.

Major activities of the frater-
nity were supporting Lester's and
the Bengal Huddle, having wrecks, and
simply raising immortal HELL! Tliis
year has definitely been rewarding
and the future holds even more promise
for the brothers.





Cathie Appleby, Cindy Wilson, Susan Haidwick, Gayle Welch. Nancy Sasser Ann B,
Roberto, Anne Lewis, Pam Patureo, MeUssa Joyce, Jeannie Wilson. Cathy Bonner.



Uebb, Carol Funchess, Emih



ine Inman, Cathy



ACROSS, TOP: A little refreshing discussion during rush never hurt anything. ACROSS, BOTTOM:
Little sisters. TOP LEFT: "Its not polite to point." BELOW: "Chris, you'll never make
tiddly-winks champion." BOTTOM LEFT: "I thought you said you knew how to do this!"
MIDDLE RIGHT: Television can't be that boring, fellas. BOTTOM RIGHT: "Reggie, you sure
know how to make a mess."




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Chi Psi









President-William H. Mitchell
Vice President— Robert E. Killey
Secretary— Nicholas C. Sottile
Treasurer— John W. Prather, III



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Chi
Psi



Chi Psi fraternity at Clemson
University is a young and growing
brotherhood of men interested in
obtaining the experience of fraternal
life during the college year. The
ideals of this experience not only
exist in theory, but also can be
found working in the fraternity for
the bonds of brotherhood between the
members. It is for this reason that
membership is not permitted to grow
beyond the limits where individual
friendship among all brothers is no
longer possible.

Chi Psi also prides itself on
being a brotherhood of individuals
with interest in the freedom of
character among its members. The
fraternity's lodge is often the fomm
for long debates where few ideas
stand unchallenged. The result of
individuals hving as a brotherhood
in Chi Psi greatly enhances the
college experience.




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ACROSS, TOP: The brothers puU the chariot around the field. ACROSS, LEFT "How "bout
giving an old man a drink?" ACROSS, MIDDLE: Coby gets himself another drink. TOP LEFT:
Beauty and the Beast. BELOW: "Sign in please." BOTTOM LEFT: Working together brings a




Kappa Alpha Order




Kappa
Alpha
Order




The founder's ideals of moral
character, chivalry, and deference
to womanhood have made Kappa
Alpha a manly brotherhood, endow-
ed from firm Christian principles.
Because of these lofty ideals, young
men by the thousands have associ-
ated themselves with the order.
Today it is one of the greatest of
the national college fraternities,
counting 40,000 brothers, stretch-
ing from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

With unbroken regularity and
with unfailing reverent tenderness,
the Kappa Alpha Order celebrates
the Nineteenth Day of January.
Upon that day was born Robert
Edward Lee of Virginia. Upon that
day was really born the Creed and
matchless Ritual of the Kappa Alpha
Order.




ACROSS, TOP LEFT: Cindy and Jere are having fun at the
party. ACROSS, TOP RIGHT; Jere working to improve the
corrider. ACROSS, BOTTOM LEFT: Everyone is enjoying
themselves at a party. ACROSS, BOTTOM RIGHT: One of the
brothers lost his date to a dog. BELOW Joey and Jay wait to
sign in rushees. BOTTOM RIGHT: Joe is the bartender at the
function. LEFT: "All for one and one for all."







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Kappa Sigma







Kappa
Sigma



Kappa Sigma International
Fraternity has a heritage which dates
back to a fifteenth century society
in Bologna, Italy. For the past four
years Kappa Upsilon Chapter has work-
ed hard to uphold the history and
traditions of the fraternity. The
efforts of some seventy brothers were
rewarded when Kappa Sigma received
the Outstanding Achievement Award
for the school year 1972-73. Kappa
Sigma brothers and the sister aux-
iliary, Stardusters, participated
enthusiastically in homecoming
activities, Greek Week, intramural
athletics, and various social and
service functions.




ACROSS. LEFT: Keith is bored by the conversation. ACROSS, TOP: Where's the fire? ACROSS,
MIDDLE: Rushees, we're ready for you. ACROSS, BOTTOM: Bob shows his sons the basics. TOP LEFT:
Ken looks on in disbelief. TOP MIDDLE: Mendel cracks PhyUis up. TOP RIGHT: Close your mouth while
you eat. BOTTOM: Little Sisters.




Cindy Barron, Faye Georgeo, Lee Clark, Martha Lou Thomas, Robin Hamilton, Phyllis Corker, Melissa Stearns, Dru-Ann Kinsey, Patti Hutcheson, Susan Stroupe,
Bunny Burkhait, Jen Wescoat, Ann Mart, Gwen George, Caroline Hammond, Cathy Hartsell, Kathy Lark, Ann Shipe. Not Pictured: Ginny Doolittle, Karen Smith, Jan
Matthews, Sissy Covington.



Phi Delta Theta






President— J. Stephen Bellamy
Vice-President-Daniel L. Dyches
Secretary— Charles F. Freeman
Treasurer— Robert A. Bailey



Phi

Delta

Theta



We are members of one great
body, planted by nature in a mutual
love, and fitted for a social life.
We must consider that we are born
for the good of the whole. The race
of mankind would perish if we ceased
to be of aid to each other. All that
need aid have a right to ask it from
their fellow men, and no one who has
the power of granting help can refuse
it without guilt. The crest and
crowning of all good, hfe's final
star, is brotherhood.





ACROSS, MIDDLE: Mitchel looks downwards while Bal contemplates
what to do next. ACROSS, LEFT: Another flying party with Steve out of
control. ACROSS, TOP: "You're not really Santa Claus, are you?"
ACROSS, RIGHT MIDDLE: Phi Delta's watching an event during Greek
Games. ACROSS, BOTTOM RIGHT: Emil hstens to a rushee during one of
many smokers. LEFT: "Look out Pigg, Adams has his eye on your wife."
BELOW: The brothers join together in a round of the old Phi Delta spirit.
BOTTOM RIGHT: "Come on, Double D, Show Nutt how to lace his
shoes."




Phi Gamma Delta Colony



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President— Frederick F. Dean, Jr.
Historian— Harry J. Montgomery
Recording Secretary— Gary D. Aimers
Correspondent Secretary— Robert L. Morgan
Treasurer— Charles D. Way



Phi

Gamma
Delta
Colony



The Delta Colony of the frater-
nity of Phi Gamma Delta saw many
changes in the last year. The biggest
and most exciting change occurred
April 6, 1974 when the Colony received
it's Charter from the International
Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta. To be
a Phi Gama, or "FiJi" as known to
most people, takes much work and
determination both scholastically
and socially. Being the youngest and
smallest fraternity on campus means
much added hard work and determi-
nation. Phi Gamma Delta has become
a reality on the Clemson University
campus.






ACROSS. TOP LEFT: Jeff is really swinging. ACROSS, TOP
RIGHT: The FIJIS want theii names everywhere. ACROSS,
BOTTOM LEFT: It's so hard to decide. ACROSS. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Fred and U.C. are enjoying the party. LEFT: The
brothers hard at work on their display. BELOW: The FIJIS lead
the procession around the grounds at Greek week. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Everyone does their best during rush.




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Pi

Kappa
Alpha



Pi Kappa Alpha is a national
social fraternity founded to promote
the well being of its members. The
fraternity's interests are advancing
the education of its members, making
them more socially mature, and
creating high standards of living
througli the bonds of brotherhood.

Pikes are diverse and dynamic.
The diversity of the brothers comes
from many different areas and from
different interests. Tliis diversity
strengthens the fraternity; the
brothers can come together in a
common cause, but they do not
become narrow-minded because one
feels like an individual.

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ACROSS. LEFT: "Let me try to explain it to you." ACROSS, TOP:
Tommy serves a rushee some punch. ACROSS, MIDDLE: Steve offers Brad
a helping hand. ACROSS, RIGHT MIDDLE: Herb talks about the
fraternity to some rushees. ACROSS, BOTTOM LEFT: You can't do that,
Judge. LEFT: Lynn helps herself to the food at a party outside the house.
BELOW: The famous Pika rock after a new paint job. BOTTOM RIGHT:
The brothers start a friendly wrestling match in the house.




Sigma Alpha Epsilon






Eminent Archon— Calvin M. Snipes
Eminent Deptuy Archon— John V. Blair
Eminent Recorder— Larry C. Sweat
Eminent Treasurer— David M. Kirkpatrick




Sigma
Alpha
Epsilon




Early this past fall, the
South Carolina Nu Chapter of Sigma
Alpha Epsilon at Clemson University
opened its doors to a diversified
group of individuals, representing
virtually every personality type.
From a unique integration of social
activities, scholastic hfe. and
working together for common goals,
the SAE's at Clemson have come to
reahze the importance of love and
brotherhood among men.



ACROSS, TOP LEFT: Rocky looks spaced out. ACROSS, TOP RIGHT Professor Seigler lectures the
rushees. ACROSS, BOTTOM LEFT: "Looks like you've got that on backwards. ACROSS, MIDDLE
RIGHT: Grady throws for the bull's eye. ACROSS, BOTTOM RIGHT: Gail and Green try to impress
rushees. TOP LEFT: SAE's honor student, Tim Pope. TOP RIGHT: The brothers overload their float.
BOTTOM: Little Sisters.




Jane Dixon, Adelaide Hammel, Harriet Lewder, Gail Sansbury, FeUcia Giessette, Deanna Breazeale, DeU Deloach, Carol Ann Henry, Peggy Brown, Evelyn Wells. Nancy
Barton, Susan Johns.



Sigma Nu






Commander— Pickens Lindsay
Lieutenant Commander— James M. Edwards, III
Recorder— William D. Causey. Jr.
Treasurer-Thomas W. TuU




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Nu



Sigma Nu is brotherhood when
it is most needed. Members of Sigma
Nu know life can be tough, and that
there will be many trials. The
question is not whether they will
come; the question is how we will
meet them when they do come. In
defeat, a man's metal is tested for
strength, in victory— for quality.
Regardless of the outcome, we can
only live with the results. Sigma
Nu's strive to live with honor.








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ACROSS. TOP: Something catches Ray's eye besides the camera. ACROSS, MIDDLE LEFT:
Sigma Nu's gather around during the Greek games. ACROSS, BOTTOM LEFT: Aaah, the
comforts of a good lounge. ACROSS, MIDDLE; Les finds something he wasn't looking for.
LEFT: "Why does Anne need four cups anyway?" BELOW LEFT: Sunshine and fellowship
bring enjoyment to everyone. BOTTOM: Rick points out an interesting picture in the
scrapbook to rushees.



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President— J. Steve Crouch
Vice President— Jim C. DuPre
Controller-Charles S. Steer
Recording Secretary-Conrad K. Shiiler
Corresponding Secretary— James L. Courtney, III




Sigma

Phi

Epsilon



Sigma Plii Epsilon was founded
at the University of Richmond on
November 1, 1901 by twelve men who
were mainly theology students seek-
ing a brotherhood based upon Christian
Ideals and Principles. Because of
the foresight and planning of the
founders, we are now the second
largest fraternity in the United
States. The Fraternity badge is
heart-shaped, because the heart is
the background of every phase of the
Fraternity and the basis of all its
tranditions.

The feeling of loyalty as a
"Sig Ep for life" is exemphfied
in the following quote by Bradford
W. Black, 34th Grand President:

"The three most important
decisions of your life are: Your
love of God, the woman you marry,
and your college Fraternity.

I do not mean to imply if your
decision is not Sigma Plii Epsilon
you will not get to Heaven, but
then why take that chance."




Ann Hart, C onni Watts, Brenda Richardson, Marsha Brown, Buddy Ballard, Judy Patterson, Almeda Rogers, Peggy Newman, Valerie Perry, Cathy Ford, Perry
Richardson, Penni McCuen, Rhonda Moore, Suzanne Young, Carolyn Cain, Jane Hopkins, Ann Sanders. Not Pictured: Shaion Gillespie, Ellen Cox, Connie Cox.



ACROSS, TOP: A brother works hard into the night on the display. ACROSS. BOTTOM: Little
Sisters. TOP LEFT: Mike swings hard at the ball. BELOW Someone is headed out for the middle
of the quad. BOTTOM LEFT: "Take my picture." MIDDLE RIGHT: The brother relaxing in front
of the T. V. BOTTOM RIGHT: Wayne gets ready for his date.




Theta Chi






President— James V. Digieso
Vice President-Robert D. Brown
Secretary -Charles B. Whitaker
Treasurer- Stephen J. Parsick




Theta



The year nineteen-hundred and
seventy-three was for the Chinese and
the brothers of Theta CM the "Year
of the Ox." During this year, the
brothers achieved greater heights
than ever before seen by this chapter
in its short history of three years
on the Clemson campus. Along with
increasing our brotherhood, we
initiated an extremely beneficial
"Little Sister" program, improved
our scholarship status, and once
again contributed our time and
efforts to the South Carolina
Heart Fund Association. For the
Chinese, the celebrated "Year of
the Ox" will soon be over, but
for the brothers of Theta Chi,
this theme will always persist.




ACROSS, TOP LEFT. A cat can be more interesting than Jim at
times. ACROSS, BOTTOM LEFT: A one man discussion at the bar
can last forever. ACROSS, RIGHT: The brothers haven't regressed
this far. have they? TOP LEFT: He may not be able to play but he
sure knows how to clown around. TOP MIDDLE: If one of those ice
cubes hits the floor, Terry, it's aU over. TOP RIGHT: The Middle
East, it ain't. BOTTOM: Little Sisters.




Beth Stein, Kay Axson, Mary Schwob, Karen Byrd, Nordie Cleveland, Wanda Wiggins, Janet Baker, Kaien Spinella, Lynn Ducworth. Not Pictured: Jeannie Atkinson,
Gale Burns, Susan Lay, Pat Oswald, Connie Thackston, Kay Thompson, Jerri WilUamson.




Omega

Psi

Phi



The purpose of Omega Psi Phi is
to bring about a union of college men
of similar high ideals of scholarship
and manhood in order to stimulate the
attainment of set goals. The brothers
in their first year at Clemson attempt-
ed to disseminate and inculcate the
goals among those with whom the
fraternity came in contact, to
cooperate with Clemson University in
fostering their ideals, and to occupy
a progressive and constructive place
in the civil life of the nation.











Seniors




HENRY ABADI Central, S. C.

Sociology

DEBBIE S. ABBOTT Seneca, S. C.

Early Childhood Education

JANE D. ADAIR Clemson, S. C.

Horticulture

CURTIS V. ADAMO Walling Ford, Conn.

History

BRYAN S. ADAMS Corneha, Ga.

Administrative Management

LINDSEY ADDY Lexington, S. C.

Industrial Education

JOYCE H. ADKINS Clemson, S. C.

English

RJCHARD A. ALLEN Bennettsville. S. C.

Mechanical Engineering

CHERYL A. ANDERSON Campsprings, Md.

Microbiology

RAYMOND F. ANDERSON New Bern, N. C.

Architecture

RAYMOND H. ANDERSON . . North Charleston, S. C.
Pre-Architecture

RUTH L. ANDERSON Travelers Rest, S. C.

Secondary Education

SARA J. ANDERSON Woodruff, S. C.

Nursing

PATRICIA A. ANTHONY Greenville, S. C.

Psychology

CATHERINE E. APPLEBY Estill, S. C.

Nursing

MARY E. ARANT Heath Springs, S. C.

Secondary Education





SAMUEL A. ARANT Fort Motte, S. C.

Science Teaching

DANNY N. ARD Easley, S. C.

Pre-Architecture

DAVID C. ARNOLD Central, S. C.

Grad-Entomo!ogy

JOHN A. ARNOLD Clemson, S. C.

Physics

JOSEPH A. AUSTIN, JR Greenville, S. C.

Architecture

VIRGINIA L. AVERY Humbelat, Neb.

Grad-English

WILLIAM D. AYERS Greenville, S. C.

Accounting

ROBERT A. BAILEY Myrtle Beach, S. C.

Political Science

CHARLES C. BAKER Greenwood, S. C.

Industrial Management

MELODY BAKER Ladson, S. C.

Mathematics

GEORGE E. BALLARD Pageland, S. C.

Architecture

ROBERT D. BANNISTER Holly Hill, S. C.

Administrative Management

ALICE E. BARBARE Travelers Rest, S. C.

Early Childhood Education

WATSON T. BARBREY Clemson, S. C.

Microbiology

ANN E. BARNES Walterboro, S. C.

Early Childhood Education

FRANK S. BARNES Anderson, S. C.

Physics

RICHARD L. BARNETT Clemson, S. C.

Recreation and Park Administration

ROSALYN BARRETT Charleston, S. C.

Animal Science

ROBERT D. BARRIER Lexington, S. C.

Industrial Education

WILLIAM L. BARRIER Lexington, S. C.

Industrial Education

JOE M. BARRON Athens, Ga.

Civil Engineering

JULIAN S. BARTON Kingstree, S. C.

Animal Science

SOTIRIOSD. BASILAKOS Greenville, S. C.

Electrical and Computer Engineering

ROBIN R. BATSON Greenville, S. C.

Early Childhood Education



BRADFORD L. BAUSS Portland. Conn.

Architecture

KEITH A. BEACHY Atlanta. Ga.

Electrical and Computer Engineering

CHARLES E. BEAMAN Greenville, S. C.

Microbiology

GLENN P. BEANE. JR Clemson, S. C.

Zoology

FRANKLIN R. BEARD Jacksonville. Fla.

Mechanical Engineering

B. SUSAN BEASON Taylors, S. C.

Nursing

RAYM.BEAUDROT Greenville. S. C.

Elementary Education

DEBORAH A. BEAUREGARD Atlanta, Ga.

Medical Technology

NANCY J. BECKMANN Charleston. S. C.

Secondary Education

DAVID R. BEDINGFIELD Ware Shoals, S. C.

Spanish

STEVE W. BELL Spartanburg. S. C.

Forestry

JOHN S. BELLAMY Wilhston. S. C.

Chemical Engineering

JEFFRY M. BERRY Ward. S. C.

Electrical Engineering

DEMETRIA A. BETHEA Lancaster, S. C.

Natural Sciences

JOHN A. BETHEA Lancaster, S. C.

Ornamental Horticulture

JOHN 0. BETHEA. JR Sumter. S. C.

Recreation and Park Administration

PHILLIP D. BETHEA Bennetsville. S. C.

Textile Chemistry

KENNETH M. BETSCH Greenwood, S. C.

Pre-Architecture

DEBORAH A. BISHOP Greenville. S. C.

Nursing

NORWOOD D. BISHOP Taylors, S. C.

Accounting

ROBERT S. BISHOP Clinton. S. C.

Science Teaching

MARY H. BISSETT Columbia, S. C.

Architecture

JOEL W. BLACK Prosperity. S. C.

Animal Science

JOHN B. BLACK Taylors, S. C.

Psychology





BARRY E. BLACKMON Heath Springs, S. C.

Animal Science

JAMES B. BLACKWELL Tigerville, S. C.

Mathematics

MARILYNN S. BLAIR Greenville, S. C.

Zoology

MARILYN J. BLUME Starr, S. C.

Nursing

GLEN B. BOGGS Spartanburg, S. C.

Architecture

GERALD BOHM Oradell, N. J.

Industrial Management

MARTHA R. BOLDING Pickens, S. C.

English

WILLIAM R. BOLICK Erlensee, West Germany

Recreation and Park Administration

CHARLES R. BOLT Surfside Beach, S. C.

Civil Engineering

NOAH B. BOLT Anderson, S. C.

Psychology

MICHAEL B. BOLTJES Mt. Pleasant, S. C.

Mathematics

MARCIE P. BOLTON Laurens, S. C.

Elementary Education










JOHN T. BOLUBASZ Elizabeth, Pa.

Chemical Engineering

CATHERINE E. BONNER Charleston, S. C.

Psychology

EDWARD H. BOOKER Clemson, S. C.

Zoology

RICHARD L. BOOTH Sumter, S. C.

Financial Management

JEFFREY W. BORJNG Asheville, S. C.

Administrative Management

DIANE 0. BOSLER Clemson, S. C.

English

ROBERT J. BOSLER Clemson, S. C.

Administrative Management

RONNIE BOSTAIN Columbia, S. C.

CivU Engineering

MENDALA.BOUKNIGHT lrmo,S.C.

Recreation and Park Administration

CYNTHIA R. BOULANGER Anderson, S. C.

Elementary Education

BETTY K. BOWERS Six Mile, S. C.

Nursing

DAVIS D. BOYKIN Bishopville, S. C.

Recreation and Park Administration

MARION M.BOZARD Clemson, S.C.

Agricultural Economics

NANCY B. BOZARD Clemson, S. C.

Elementary Education

BOYCE M. BRACKET Enoree, S. C.

Economics

DORIS D. BRANNOCK Greenville, S. C.

Early Childhood Education





RICHARD A. BRANYON Greenville, S. C.

Psychology

JAMES E. BRASWELL Mt. Pleasant, S. C.

Pre-Dentistry

VIRGINIA D. BREEDLOVE Ruffin, S. C.

Secondary Education

BOB BRENNER Valley Stream, N. Y.

Pre-Architecture

WILLIAM R. BRESLIN Browns Mill, N. J.

History

JAMES H. BRJDGES Clemson, S. C.

Administrative Management

JANET L. BRIDGES Greenville, S. C.

Mathematics

SUSAN M. BROADBENT Hendersonville, Tenn.

Zoology

GEORGE H. BROCK Greenville, S. C.

Financial Management

NANCY LEE BROOKS Greenville, S. C.

Elementary Education

DONNA A. BROWN Easley, S. C.

Nursing

FREDERIC C. BROWN Siler City, N. C.

Grad-Economics

GARY R. BROWN Fairfield, Conn.

Industrial Management

GORDON L. BROWN, JR Charlotte, N. C.

Grad-Management

JAMES W. BROWN Hemingway, S. C.

Psychology

JODY D. BROWN Lake Ronkonkoma, N. Y.

Engineering Technology

MARSHA E. BROWN Greenville, S. C.

Administrative Management

NANCY S. BROWN West Columbia, S. C.



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