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Student Life 200
It is with mixed emotions that Guilford College accepts the fact that five faculty members who
have served the institution for a total of 120 years will be retiring after Commencement 79. We
are saddened by their loss; yet, we celebrate with them as they commence upon their years of
As Ed Burrows, E. Kidd Lockard, Mildred Marlette, John Pipkin, and Eugene Thompson end their
teaching roles, only they can truly know the joys and frustrations which their long careers have
brought them. While they may be aware of some, they cannot possibly know all the subtle and
helpful ways in which they have touched the lives of their many students, not how those
students in turn will influence their associate for years to come.
While student lives are richer because of such teachers as these, so too, is Guilford richer and
stronger. It is through such individuals that Guilford has achieved its marked excellence as an
institution of higher learning. And it is people such as these, now and in the future, who will
provide the college with an even firmer foundation in the coming years.
We shall miss them as teachers, but we hope that they will remain close within the Guilford
Professor of Non-Western Studies and History
A SIMPLE PRAYER
Lord, make me an instrument of your peace
Where there is hatred ... let me sow love.
Where there is injury . . . pardon.
Where that is doubt . . . faith.
Where there is dispair . . . hope.
Where there is darkness . . . light.
Where there is sadness . . . joy.
Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek
To be consoled ... as to console,
To be understood ... as to understand.
To be loved ... as to love
It is in giving . . . that we receive,
It is in pardoning . . . that we are pardoned.
It is in dying . . . that we are born to eternal life.
E. Kidd Lockard
Associate Professor of History
"Gladly would he learn and
â€” The Canterbury Tales
Associate Professor of English
"And this our life, exempt from
Finds tongues in trees, books in
the running brooks,
Sermons in stones, and good in
As You Like It
John Pipkin |
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Bee in the Window
He cannot see around the sash, and so the only way he tries to go Is
up and out.
Does he know that escape lies just an Inch or so below?
Is there anxiety or torment In his Existential Predicament?
Some fear of being or not being?
Or IS the solution dependent on his natural equipment?
I must not second guess Creation: he is a marvel of concentration.
Eventually, from sheer exhaustion, he will likely drop onto the ledge and
fly away indignantly â€”
that for a Methodist bee
salvation is completely free
or that â€” contrarily â€”
for a Presbyterian bee
what IS to be will be.
Assistant Professor of French,
Latin, and Esperanto
Chaque homme devrait savoir au
moins deu langues;
ceile de sa region, et I'Esperanto,
la langue Internationale.
Ciu homo devus scii minimune
tiun de sia regiono kaj
esperanton, la internacian
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Fall Fun ...
Friends Together At
The Football Game
The Dance At
Festivities At Bryan
Looks So Bad,
But Feels So Good!
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Right: Jody Markoff
Lower Left: Per Stensby
Lower Right: Greg Small
Left: Steve Knight
Lower Left: Linda Ertel
Lower Right: Robert Martin
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Upper Left: Nicky McLemore
^ Upper Right: Michele Saunders
Center: Lee Hinshaw and Cindy
Lower Left: Carol Keelips
Lower Right: Lynn Lippincott
Center Left: Avery Cutshaw
Center Right: Ann Beckelheimer
Bottom Left: Martha Neill
Bottom Right: Starr Gardner
L to R: Warren Kozak, John Wrape, Manny Fernandez, and Billy Thomas
Upper Left: Eddie Caudill
Upper Right: Judy Pevey
Lower Left: Wilson Carter
Lower Right: Dave Hurley
Upper Left: Mark Stickle
Upper Right: Amy Steerman
Lower Left: Kathy Todd
Lower Right: Steve Buckley
David Hooks and Jeanne Towe
Seniors â€” Serendipity
Clockwise from left: Sarah Taylor. Jeanne Towe,
David Hooks, Sandell Froelicher, Kathy Todd,
Rick Fonda, Elaine Douglas, Gayland Welborn, and
Serendipity '79 ^\ \'^
Clockwise from left: Susan Sabanos, Peter Rei-
chard, Sally McMillan, Stefan Jeglinski, Nicky
McLemore, and Kim Wilson
-'WM Clockwise from left: Anne Forbes,
^W Sue Billovits, David Hurley, Corky
-r^^ S Williams, Vista Thompson, Lawrence
'//r -Vl f^^^^- Amy Steerman, and Craig
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Right: Jim Hood, the Senior Excel-
lence Award winner with David Hur-
ley, the winner of a Danforth Schol-
Right: Jim Childress, the com-
mencement speaker, Mildred Mar-
lette, winner of the Excellence in
Teaching Award, Cynthia Doyle,
chairperson of the Board of Visitors,
and Fred Parkhurst, the other win-
ner of the Excellence in Teaching
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Right: Heidi Hirschman; Carol
Solow; Alison Dobbins.
Cynthia McMahon; Marquita
Haire; Robin Smith, Emmy
Scott; Sharon Nieukirk; Karen
Beeler; Julie Seaman; Sue
Keene; Linda Rayburn; Elaine
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Left: Debbie Bain: Ann Bradley.
Cameron Cutts; Brenda Eriich; Jill
Rickard; Karen Young; Molly Schmitt;
Sue Lindabury; Chrissie James.
Right: below: Todd Breneman,
David Bradley, Doug Hasty,
and Paul Holcomb: above:
Peter Given, Greg Rhoades,
Jeff Dale, Steve Buckley, and
Below: Beth Marcus, Reid
Higgins, and Michelle
^'- Left: Mary Ann Cataliotti, Nancy
~ Trull, Tina Venetis, and Nancy
w - '. Edwards.
Right: Beth Colomb, Maureen Delaney, and
Below: first row: Carolyn Welty and Marianne
Guiler; second row: Carol Hartman and Leslie
Right: Juliana Pontone.
Saied Azali, and Melanie
Above: first row: Steve Wilmot, Jeff
Smith, R.J. Blincoe, Clark Garris,
and Chris Scissom; second row:
Quinten Hanson, Dean Boylan,
Chuck Kennedy, and Jack Curlings;
third row: Steve Feidler and John
Left: Melanie Ramsey, Tawana
Billups, and Michele Spaulding.
Above: first row: Mark Durway, Leslie
Weiner, Tina Hodgin, and Steve
Wright; second row: Jan Earl and
Right: front: Kirk McDonald and Rick
Volgarino; back: Dan Fayen and John
Right: front: Sandy Beer and
Eleanor Jones; back; David Gross
and Tamara Frank.
Below; Beth Wagner, Matt
Stillman, Suzette Holbrook, Pete
Fraunholtz, and Rosema
Left: bottom to top: Mary Pat Meyers, David
Kanakanui, Sandy Turner, and Katy Branch.
Below: seated: John Anderson; standing:
James Ellis and Van Sullivan.
Left: Carrie Hackman,
Kyle Jones, and Susan
Right: Linda Duchinski, Sue Dale, Ross ^
Anderson, and Martha Meyers
Left: first row: Sherry
\i^f^ !-i, Davis, Sfieri Clanon, and
â– ^^â€¢^^Â»-3<^-u' Rita Newnam; second
^â– , /'â– "*'- ""ow: Pam Taylor and
, \ J, .. Alison Green.
George White Hall: first row: Steve Marler, Bill Hall, Steve "Coach" Hardy, Richard Fulton, and Peter "Shock
Value" Johnston; second row: Timothy Nolan and Lionel Johnson; third row: Dave Hurley, Tom Evans, George
Henson, Mike "Everready" Oliver, Karl "Facetious" Stephan, Ben "Root" Frothingham, and Paul "Rhino"
Above: Bonnie Pratt, Sam Young, and Suzanne
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Above: first row: Gary Merrill, Steve Donaldson,
"Henry", Ed Swaim, Van Massey, and Joe Pate;
second row: Avery Cutshaw, Steve Garris, Joe
Osborne, and Gregg Small.
Left: Sandra Hudgens, Mary Winslow, and Susan
Right: first row: Betsy
Davenport, Kathy Sosa,
and Joan Brigham; second
roe: Kathy Christy, Katy
Lutz, and Suzette
Holbrook; third row: Lisa
Beam, Linda Rice, and
Below: Robert Dasnoit,
David Williams, Beth
Swindell, and Sue Franklin.
Above: Paul Palumbo, Charlie Pitz, Tom Gluck, and Bill Dam.
Left: Peg Schaefer, Mary
Thompson, and Lynn
Above: first row: Eric Johnson, Keith Greene, Hal Heavner, Lewis McKnight, and Brent Wall; second row-
Madison Taylor, Robbie Brown, Mark Shouse, Charles Helsabeck, and Charlie Welborn.
Right; Juli Rothstein, Carol
Smith, Libby Cooper, Helen
BIndewald, and Shirley Dunn.
Below: Cathy Jackson, Susan
Fortune, Felicia Ashton,
Martha Kozak, and Lynn
Left: seated: Kathy Lawrence, Ralf Moore, and
Kim Brown; standing: Ellen Cashatt, and Marian
Above: first row: Dexter Tfiompson and Rick
Norman; second row: Lee Mathews ana Rickey
Left: bottom: Skip Brown; top: Emi Matsumura,
Roberta Maharajh, and Garnet Maharajln.
Above: first row: Kathy Lucas; second row: Brenda Barnard, Jean Pruett, Alisa Johnson, Carol Roetzel, and
Elizabeth Gretter; third row: Brenda Fraser, Lib Allen, and Racheal McCaw; fourth row: Donna Shore, Isa
Cheren, and Patricia Digh.
Right: Myra Somerville, Keith Millner, and Jean
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Left: Lynn Bryant and Martha Kozak.
Above: Joost de Wit,
Scott Davilla, Tim
Maxwell, and Rick
Left: first row: Mike
Garofalo and Ken
Dove; second row:
Adonis Jeralds, Dale
Greeson, and John
Walsh; third row:
Gerald Owens, Rick
Brady, and Steve
Right: Mary Ellen Goforth, Diana Nicholson, and
Below: Cintonya Allison, Angela Bagley, and Cheryl H
Right: Matthew Maloney,
Casey Alexander, Don
Clarke, and Jeff Livingston.
Left: Trinka Hommel,
- Rosemarie Braegger, Emorie
im Colby, and Lisa Rice.
Above: Cathy Tillman, Kathy Carter, and Jane Allen.
Left: Kathy Lucas and Rick Powers.
On bench: Tricia Carroll; First Row: Jennifer Kuhn, and
Liz Wood; Second Row: Lee Izlar, Missy Taylor, John
Crane, David Cummings, and Linda Greene; Top:
Left: Otis Sawyer, Sue
Gilchrist, and Gary
Seated: Donna Hamilton and Debbie Berry; Standing: Howard Brown, Tracey Ladson, David Davenport, and
Right: Debi Wright,
Keni Boone, and
Mary Hobbs Hall: first row: Alisa Johnson, Jean Pruett, Lib Allen, Carol Roetzel, Carol Tredwell, Kelly Chumley,
Juliana Pontone, Melanie Thomson, and Patti Digh; second row: Jackie Waters, Carol Willcox, Jo Anderson,
Shari Zubrack, Terri Bowers, Jennifer Yuen, Brenda Barnard, Doris Bean, Jan Earl, Ann Smoot, and Kathy
Lucas; third row: Carol Dyer, Ann Beckelheimer, Sarah Taylor, Bethany Thompson, Denise Dussom, Dana
Karlin, Meg Norton, Amy Rosenstein, Suzanne Sullivan, Sarah Martinelli, Karen Crockett, and Becca Newbold;
fourth row: Betsy McKenzie, Deepika Vazirani, Linda Biggs, and Tina Hodgin; fifth row: Elizabeth Gretter, Lisa
Powell, Isa Cheren, Rachel McCaw, Melanie Middleton, Janet Frommann, Sharon Hiltner, Byoung Park, Jill
Lazenby, Caroline Harding, Cyndy Seixas, Jane Capin, Terry Hammond, and Brenda Eraser.
Left: Melaine Middleton,
Jennifer Webb, and Lannette
Smith, and Tom
Above: first row: Carolee Owens, Cindy Selles, and Beth Colomb; second row: Leslie Howard and Lisa
Hostetler; third row: Maureen Delaney, Su Dowe, Lou Prentiss, Lauren Seller, Katherine London, and Bobbie
Top Left: standing: Rick Taylor, John Anderson,
and John Bailey, top row: Mike Privott, Ron True,
and Scott Nichols.
Bottom Left: Beth Colomb, Maureen Delaney, and
Below: front: Anne Steketee; standing: Barry
Barkley, and Cynthia Dixon.
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Above (L to R); Bie Yie Yu, Yolie Brooks, Jay
Comfort, Yuki Nakao.
Top Right: Nancy Scofield, Margaret Murphy,
Bottom Right: Arlene Furman.
Left: first row: Pam Huie,
Caroline Coles, and April Evans;
second row: Sharon Hiltner,
Janice Wagoner, Rebecca
Newbold, and Robert Feldman.
Above: first row: Lou Ann Burgess; second row: Dale
Easley and Donna Hurley; third row: Bill Meikrantz.
Left: first row: Bobbie Griffith and Ginny Graves;
second row: Jedd Lambeth and Randy Smith.
Hey! Who Is That?
Clockwise from left: Steve Lowe, Peter and Kimball, Jim O'Neal, Paul
Kress, Katy Helawell, Mae Sexauer, Lisa Wright, and Pam Thompson.
Is It You?
Clockwise from left: Judy Ford, Arlene Furman's hand, Andrew Crum, Doug
Gaddy, Melanie Thomson, Dawn Benner, Susan Fortune, Jenny Crocker
Lynn Bryant, Tom Swider, and Shirley Dunn
It's Good To See You Again!!!
First row: David Cubbage, John Wrape, Billy Thomas, Mike Ketchum, Steve Garris, Manny Fernandez, Joe
Sazama. Greg Ferguson, Dee Bulla, Bobby Filer. Second row: Head Coach Charles Forbes, Dale Lee, Tommy
Beroth, Pete Ward, Joe Osburne, Avery Cutshaw, Greg Small, Ira Johnson, Roosevelt Moody, Manager Dominic
Morelli. Third row: Coach Tommy Saunders, Jeff Barnes, Jimmy Teague, Mike Craft, Gary Merrill, Ricky Powers,
Mike Bradley, Ray Scott, Jerry Bryant, Jimmy Lee, Jimmy Dismuke, Manager Nate Williams. Fourtii row: Coach
Steve Davis, Ron Massey, Andy Collins, Gayland Welborn, Barry Barkley, Weldon Hinshaw, Jeff Roberts, Morris
McCarther, Larry Marley, Trainer Jim Beck. Fifth row: Coach Chip Herring, Steve Lindsay, J.T. Yeargan, Quinten
Hanson, Chris Scissom, Clark Garris, Jeff Smith, Bob Penny, Bill Branson, Sixth row: Coach Jim Cullivan, Steve
Hunter, Dean Gravely, Dean Boylan, Rick Brady, Chris Cox, John Patterson, Jerry McKee, Bill Hoyle. Seventh
row: Joe Crenshaw, Jon Easley, Fleet Helms, Greg Barnes, Jon Hoots, Johnny Cain, David Mangum, Lee Segars,
Jamie Newton. Eighth row: Keith Milner, Ray Isherwood, Steve Feidler, Dave Major, Steve Wilmont, Alex
Craddock. Not pictured: Bobby Via.
Quakers Post 5-4 Record a
The 1978 Quaker Football Team was one of
the most experienced to take the field in
terms of lettermen, with forty-five returning
to Coach Forbes and his staff. The veterans,
along with a combination of younger talented
players, combined to produce this year's re-
The 5-4 record saw impressive victories over
Bluefield State, Emory and Henry, Mars Hill,
Hampden-Sydney, and over highly regarded
NCAA Division II Davidson. Losses were to
Presbyterian (co-SAC-8 champions), Ran-
dolph-Macon, and close games with Towson
State and Catawba. Injuries often played a
major role in how effective the Quakers were,
and in fact, they were a decisive factor in the
unfortunate outcomes at Randolph-Macon
The Quakers this year have started some-
thing that we can all take pride in, a winning
tradition. But in order for this tradition to be
maintained, it will take the continued support
of the players, faculty, and students.
Upper Right: Team coming
out on to the field.
^^ Left: Roosevelt Moody, Joe
â– ^^^ Sazama, and Andy Collins in
on the tackle.
Above: Greg Ferguson
Left: Joe Osborne throwing a pass.
Above: Steve Wilmont looking for blockers.
Lower Left: Team celebrating after a score.
Lower Right: Mike Craft going all the way.
First Row: Ann Farrington. Anne Dalyan, Emorie Colby. Darlene Bull, Edie Bailey, and Sue Ireton. Second Row: Coach Gayle Curi
Cintonya Allison. Leslie Bowerman. Mary Thompson. Lynn Zahurak, Nancy Smith. Wanda Barker, and Peg Schaefer.
The Lady Quakers narrowly missed on advanc-
ing to the Regional Tournament this year,
as they placed third in the Division II State Tour-
nament. Coach Gayle Currie noted that "we are
very young this year and for the most part,
inexperienced in handling pressure and keeping
our composure. That is basically why we
dropped some regular season matches and also
why we lost to Lenoir-Rhyne in the semi-finals
of the State Tournament. Looking toward next
year, I am very optimistic, as we are losing only
one senior and will have the rest of the team
returning with the possible addition of several
excellent recruits. All in all, I predict that we will
be a strong contender."
A Basketball Season that started with dim
expectations got off to a sluggish start. It
bloomed in full maturity around Christmas,
with the Qual<ers' performance against rival
High Point. That game showed not only a
Quaker victory, but also great team support
and determination. For the first time in many
years a Quaker fan wasn't there because of
any star player, but rather to see the game.
At this point of the season, everything
seemed to fit into place.
In the forthcoming period, the season hit a
murky low as if the foundation had been
pulled from under the team. In a way, the loss
of the team leader, Gary Devlin, affected the
Quakers, but it went beyond that. Devlin was
the key player, but a team consists of five
players and each of them has to be motivat-
ed. It took some time before the team was
able to readjust.
Through the rest of the season, the team won
and lost, but things were different. The pres-
sure and frustration of false expectation di-
minished, but not team support. Even though
the Quakers didn't progress beyond the first
round of the District 26 Play-Offs, people still
regarded the team with respect. The team, in
fact, may have been able to do something
with its 17-12 record, where previous teams
The Guilford College Baseball Team had its sec-
ond losing season back to back. The team came
off a losing campaign in 1978 and ran into a tough
1979 schedule that did not improve things. The
two basic reasons for a poor record during the
1979 season were number one, very poor hitting
as the team averaged only .228 and number two,
the pitching did not improve as much as was ex-
pected. Mark Guenther was the leading hitter with
a .362 average and the next closest were Mike
Smith (.267) and Brett Stell (.267). Rick Beaman,
a senior, Greg Gambrell, a junior, and Johnny
Hodges, a sophomore, composed the pitching
staff that carried most of the load. Of the 238
innings pitched, Beaman, Gambrel, and Hodges
pitched 144 of these innings. Guilford lost six
games by one run each and five games by two
runs. To give an idea on how close the season
scores were, Guilford averaged 4 runs a game
while the opponents average 5.4 runs a game.
Hopefully, with a more experienced squad, Guil-
ford will fare better next year.
Softball Team Picture
Front Rows (left to right): Toni Brown,;
Liz Collier; Patti Friel; Clintonya Allison;
Gretchen Wood; Karen Tysinger; Carolyn
Back Row: Coach Cathy Strange; Kim
Beals; Pam Taylor; Emorie Colby; Beth
Swindell; Teresa Gambill; Myra
Somerville; Edie Bailey; Assistant Coach
Not Pictured: Kathy Brittle; Anne Kalyan
First Row: Donny Thorpe. David Woodruff, Rich Wall, David Frank. Peter Hill, Mans McLeod, Peter Reichart,
Second Row: David Dillard, David Chandley, Mike Smith, Mark Farlow, Jo Knisley, Sandy Shepard, Rick
Third Row: Joe Ellington, John Crane, John Opeleski, Matt Collinton, Mark Mason, Mark Kavney, Ray
Fourth Row: Bob Malm, John Bell, Joe Sazama, Mac Cheek, Dave Marigee
Right: Dave Dillard
Far Right: Mac Cheek
Opposite page: Mac Cheek be-
fore the game and Chris Lan-
gles in action.
Mike Smith celebrating after a
The team taking a break at
Front Row (I to r): Mark Solomon, Scott Nichols, Cesar Villarroel, Gary Silverstein, Jesus Ceron.
Back Row: Pekka Kilpio, Howard Goodstat, Bill Stephanz, Coach Ray Alley, Smith Anderson.
Men's Tennis Has
The tennis team was 14-10 this year, having defeated Purdue
early on by a score of 8-1. The team went on to have contin-
ued success but there were narrow losses to U. of Iowa, U. of
N.C., Davidson, Wake Forest, Duke, and N.C. State.
Bill Stephanz was named All-NAIA District 26 by reaching the
finals of the district tournament. Pekka Kilipio was also
named All-NAIA District 26 by reaching doubles finals in the
district tournament with Stephanz.
The team finished third in the conference, but had an out-
standing effort in the district tournament finishing a strong
second to Atlantic Christian, who was runnerup for the na-
tional championship in 1978. Ray Alley was named Coach of
the Year in the NAIA District 26 for the second straight year,
and the sixth time in eight years.
The squad was plagued by injuries to sophomore Smith An-
derson early in the year, and to junior transfer Stephanz just
prior to the post-season tournaments. The tennis team is
looking to a bright future as there were no seniors on the
squad and all will be returning next year.
t^bove Left: Jesus Ceron
Above Right: Howard Goodstat
Left: Mark Solomon
Above: Pekka Kilipo firing a back-
hand in the district tournament.
Right: Bill Stephanz and Pekka Kili-
pio talk before their match.
Women's Tennis Team
First Row: Juli Rothstein, Roni Rosenberg, Mary Kittredge, Shirley Dunn
Second Row: Jennie Davis (Mgr), Ellen Cohen, Sue Ireton, Julie Randle, Peg Schaefer, Eliza
Keith, Coach Currie
Mary Kittredge, Number Three All