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Davidson

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DAVIDSON

Quips & Cranks
1987-88




Quips & Cranks



EDITORS:

Doris Davis, Margaret
McGee, Page Moreau

Photo Editor: John Reuter



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Contents



Student Life

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Activities

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Sports

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Administration &
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Faculty



Classes



Faces Of Davidson



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At Davidson



Orientation • Moving-In • Registration • Homecoming
Soccer • Halloween • Parent's Weekend • Football Games




8 FALL




Newly crowned Rusk Homecoming queen Betsy
Rothschild and escort Dave Merle bask in the
spotlight at half-time of the football game. Spen-
cer representative Sarah Payne and Dave Cors
look on.



Laurie Reams proudly displays her prize from the
Freshman Cake Race. The race, an annual orien-
tation tradition, brings halls together through
comraderie and calories.



FALL 9




The doors of the Davidson College
Presbyterian Church are always open
and welcoming.



10 FALL



Scott Poisson and Peggy Tietgen return to Chambers for
class after a successful trip to the post office.





Exam time or Halloween? Sometimes at
Davidson it's hard to distinguish between
the two.

Ron Chapel's photo exhibition was a fall
sesqicentennial special. Here, Barbara
Matheney stops between classes to pose.



FALL 11



At Davidson



Cold Mornings • Christmas • Self-Selection • Basketball
Mid-Winters • Wrestling • The "Easy 3" • Candle-lighting at



Chambers




Days like this one make the walk to
Chambers especially long.

The winter cold brings students i..
side to the overheated Johnston
gym. The vocal Wildcat fans cause
opponents to dread Davidson home



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winter weather indoors while others
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SPRING!



At Davidson



Lake Campus • Baseball • Spring Frolics • Town Day
Beach Weekend • Outdoor eating and teaching • Sunburn




An ultimate frisbee game on the
front lawn of Chambers is a definite
sign of spring.

Heyward Harrison and Marjorie Ha
vinghurst enjoy the weather on the
back porch of the Commons.



16 SPRING





Not everyone was in agreement over T-
shirts for the Luau. Kim McAlister, Manly
Boyd, and Stacy Burkes (below) all opted
for tie-dye.




Eating out on the Union patio is a tradition
al spring habit, especially for Susan Majors
and Helen Hull.



SPRING 17



Spring!



At Davidson




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The College Union




Onion board members Mary Beal, Sa-
rah Whitesides. Sherri Reynolds. Carol
Gatewood. and Trina Janlec rehearse
carols before (he annual Union Christ
mas party (above).

Union director William Brown (right) en
joys an outdoor F.A.C. with part of his
family.








20 THE COLLEGE UNION



Couples Anne Winn & William Regen (top), and Brooks Wilkerson &
Mike Cowan (center) shock each other as well as the audience
during the 900 Room version of the Newlywed Game. Above. Lisa
"Vanna" Dockery keeps score as Ingrid Love responds to one of
Alex McAlister's questions.





The Gnion Board gathers on the patio for their
annual awards ceremony.



Allen Compton (left) points to the one in
charge, Ruth Pittard, program coordinator.



THE COLLEGE UNION 21



Where Do You Study?



This question is not one easily answered
by most Davidson students:

The library? OK. as long as the work is not
really pressing and the socializing is.

Your room? Mot unless you have sound-
proof walls and an understanding room-
mate.

Chambers? Sure, if you can endure the
deafening silence and have two reviews the



next day.

Most students eventually do succeed in
their quest for a comfortable spot which is
neither too loud nor too quiet, (the search
may include several trips to the Union
cafe, however) These places often incorpo-
rate a brilliant imagination: broom closets,
bathrooms, eating house basements, top
bunks. Ham n Eggs, and yes, sometimes
even the library.








David Ray manages to
find some excitement in
the EH. Little Library
(top Right).

Bill Wood prefers the
comforts of his dorm
room (above), while
Missy Terry does some
last-minute studying on
the front steps of Cham-
bers.



22 STUDY?





The last resort: John Giles dis-
covers that the halls of Belk are
quiet on this rare occasion.




Jenny McDonald finishes her
reading on a bench in front of
the Union.



STUDY? 23



Study Abroad!




Spring at Davidson
brings Rusk scholars
from England.

Among the group
this year were James
Harding (right) and
Tommy Marspen (far
right). They appreci
ated the Davidson at
mosphere and espe-
cially the weather



24 STUDY ABROAD





Laura Gabel and Christine Curtin (above) cele-
brate the Davidson Sesquicentennial in France.
The two spent the entire year abroad.

Richard Tankard (left) plays croquet in Cam
bridge. He and other Davidson students spent the
summer of '87 in England.



STUDY ABROAD 25



The Freshman Experience



This random combination of students all
arrived on the same day to discover that
they had been assigned by the R.L.O. to
the same hall. Mo discernable pattern was
evident in their placement, yet by the end
of fall term, it was as though the group had
been together for years.

Through orientation, boat-building (for
the regatta), flickerball games, hall mixers,
trips to the advisor's house, hall meetings,



and months of living together, these twen-
ty or thirty people began to appreciate the
personality quirks in all their hallmates.

Although some of the people seemed
strange at the beginning of the year, and
some may still to this day, the freshmen
hall gives new students a chance to experi-
ence college with a group of others who
know just as little as they do about David-



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The Regatta was for both freshmen and hall counselors. Charlie Winn directs his hall in a
relay race (top right). Joe B. Martin and David Ray lead their hall in a tug-of-war, while 3rd



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The Union Board




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Front: Margot Mims, Jim Dillon, Heather Fitzpatrick, Beth Anderson, Carol
Qatewood, Kathryn Kraemer, Sarah Whitesell, Tinsley Bates, Frank Whitaker.
2nd row: Sheri Reynolds, Kim Mikles, Alyssa Kendall, Trina Janiec, Jay
Barron, Diana Titus-Allen, Tom Edmunds, Melissa Dilettuso, Mary Beal. Back:
Sarah Whitesides — President, Jamie McFadden, Sarah Merrit, Brett Morris,
Stan Hynds, Neil Luther, Matt Terrell, Charles Bratton, David Ray, Ruth
Pittard, Brad Black, Christopher Todd, Kevin Dunn, Ismat Hussain, Frank
Lord, William Brown.



The Honor Council




Front: Craig Carlock, Bill Sutton, Peter Wright, John Reel, Rebecca Benton.

2nd Row: Clara Broniec, Janet Bitter, Lauren Adams, Qretchen Schoel, Andy

Bright, Holly Sparks, Bob VanKirk, Molly Cochran, Chip Allen. Back: Chip

Whittmann, D.J. Snell, Richard Tankard, Thad Stidham.



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Student Government




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Front: Stephanie Wyatt, Rachel nation, Ingrid Love, Susie Grant, Conrad
Doenges, Lee Nagendran, Tinsley Bates, Karen Kemerait, Meredith Gooding.
2nd Row: Derrick Willard, David Petranick, Tripp Helms, John Gary Maynard,
Caryn Coppedge, Ken Jones, Mike Jones, Doug Hicks, Harrison Murray.
Back: Hap Bryant, Gilbert Capps, Todd Oldenburg, Andy Tysinger, Bob
Cornish, Dave Cors.



Davidsonian




Front: Hap Bryant, Jackie Glynn, Lucia Kendall. 2nd Row: Rachel nation,
Maria Douglas, Maudi Mukenge, John Barrow, Tripp Helms. Back: Whit Wilks,

Keith Finch, Kevin Dunn.



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Emergency Rescue Service





Front: Jennifer Hoffman, Karminder Gill, Joe Louderback, Justin Broughton.
Back: Robyn Hakanson, Tom Moore, Jim Taylor, Pete Mangone, Dale Standi,
John Annen, Ameesha Pandya.



Wildcat Handbook



Front: Kim Robertson, Beth
Bryson. Back: Tim Sparks,
Suzanne Regen, Emmie
Cunningham, Stuart Rawson,
Mardi Dover, riot Pictured: Beth
Drummond.



YSSC Officers




Front: William Whitfield, Leslie Morris, Jackie Glynn, Jennifer Ingram, Heather

Fitzpatrick, Reed Herrero, Christy Cook. Back: John Coleman, Steve

nucholls, Larry Ray, Dan Harris, Mike Fitzgerald, Benji Brown, Reed

Chisholm, Justin Broughton. not Pictured: Ameesha Pandya, nushrat Khan,

Arindahm Battacharagee.



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Amnesty International




College Democrats







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Eu Society




Phi Society



Bill Madden, John David Ramsey, Bradford Fish-
er, Francis Parker, Stephen Libby, Douglas Gib-
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Lauren Adams, John Allison, John Barrow, Randal Bast, Suzanne Beckham,
Margaret Marie Bledsoe, Ann Blue, Catherine Bowman, Helen Bowman, Wynn
Bowman, Timothy Brown, Rodney Cate, Hope Clifford, Andrea Diedrich,
James Earle, Ashley Eckbert, Shelby Eich, Mary Erwin, Adrianne Qoins,
Andrea Gross, Reed Herrero, Heidi Hooker, David Lett, Diana Kathryn Long,
Kimberly McAllister, Judith Moore, Martha Myrick, Darek Mewby, Christina
Ramsaur, David Rosselot, Qretchen Schoel, Holly Sparks, Derek Stirewalt,
Linda Tatsapaugh, Mary Verner, Jennifer Wallace, Susan Walls, Laura Webb,
Delia Welton, Marc Wennberg, Kristen White, Treeby Williamson, Tony Wright.



ODK




Front: Bill Young, Sarah Whitesides, Julie McCrorey. 2nd Row: Caryn

Coppedge, Molly Cochran, Andy Bright, Amy Cheek, Hap Bryant. 3rd Row:

Lauren Adams, Sarah Payne, Eric Whytsell, Rob Zimmerman. Back: Qretchen

Schoel, Todd Wallenius, Holly Sparks, Derek Rucker.



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KOTC




Westminister Group




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IVCF




Front: Lucia Kendall, Sarah Dornay, Robert Austell, Karl VanOsdall, Julie

McCrorey, Molly Harrington, Scott Spies, Callie Hammond, Allison Chapman.

2nd Row: John David Ramsey, Julie Lehman, D.J. Snell, Tindal Davis, Kristin

Snyder, Vanessa James, Cerue Diggs, Doug Hicks, Jennings Craig, Bill

Madden, Molly Graver. Back: Michael Poulos, Charles Gowing, Patrick Lail,

David Welsh, Chip Seidel, Ford Shippey.



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Chorus




Katharine Armstrong, Erika Augthun, Susan Austin, David Bell, Emily
Berman, Ann Blue, Amy Bradford, Margaret Brown, Elizabeth Bryan, Harry
Bryant, Elizabeth Caughey, Camille Cooper, Christian Cooper, Deborah
Coulter, Jennings Craig, Laurie Crawford, Elizabeth Crook, Lewis Davis,
Bethany Deptuch, Cerue Diggs, Elizabeth Duttera, Thomas Edmunds, Robert
Fish, Melissa Givens, Lara Glenn, Susan Grant, Phillip Griffeth, Katherine
Griffin, Therese Gyauch, Callie Hammond, Christopher Hargrove, Morrill
Harrington, Mark Harris, Virginia Hewitt, Marya Howell, Lisa Jackson, Vanessa
James, Trina Janiec, Lori Kalahar, Kristi Kessler, Patrick Lail, Emily Long,
William Madden, Julie McCrorey, Kirsten Morrill, Ellen Morrissey, Shannon
Mullen, Shawn Murphey, Debra Miles, Craig Mormand, Todd Oldenburg,
Curtis Perkins, Sarah Powell, Brandon Prosser, Greta Ratliff, David Ray, Kelly
Reed, Chonita Riddick, Norma Rodriguez, Annette Rogers, Keely Schneider,
William Scouten, Koren Sickles, Mary Olive Smith, Kristin Snyder, Amitabh
Sonthalia, Elizabeth Sowell, Scott Spies, Grier Stewart, Thomas Tolbert,

ene Tsang, Robert VanKirk, Jacques Vauclain, Trevor Wade, Todd
Wallenius, Katherine Whitaker, Katherine White, Cristin Williams, Jerrilyn
Woodard, Karen Wright, Julie Zimmerman.



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Wind Ensemble




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Chelley Alexander, David Alyea, Julia Boyd, Jacqueline Bussie, nancy Castle,
Kathryn Furr, Neil Hayes, Dibrelle Howard, Christopher Jordan, Trevor Knox,
Hugh Lee, Calvin Martin, Vera Misra, Muadi Mukenge, Lee riagendran,
Catherine nelson, David norris, James Patterson, Dorinda Peacock, Alice
Shuffield, Holly Sparks, Suzanne Spivey, David Spong, Susan Swift, Aaron
Taylor, Joseph Treadway, Robert Walker, Thomas Whipple, Carl Whipple.



Dance Troupe




The Jazz Band




The Pep Band




Drama




Scenes from Godspell (above)
and Good (right). Both plays were
performed in the spring.





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Front: B.J. Connely. Bob Gua-
rini, David Ungerer. 2nd Row:
Greg Gigantino. Head Coach
Vic Gatto, Lee Sargent. Back:
Henry Santos, Larry Story, Da-
vid Turner, Jim Sypult.




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SOCCER




Front: Robert Avinger, Walter Wray, Frank Bri-
cio, Steve Ott, Mcihael Spear, Craig Mattison,
Mike Friedlander, Jim Walker, Peter Cobb. 2nd
Row: Coach Charles Slagle, Jim Kelly, Bill Urban,
Curtis Ott, Steve Omli, Joe Moss, Bruce Nof-
singer, Ross Saldorini, Scott Zucker. Back: Andy
Clarke, Scott Poisson, Tracy Hankins, Chip
Whitman, Rob Vest, Josh Budde, Tom Hertel.



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Front rov Ginny White. Kirk Williams. David Petranick. Bob Cornish. Chris Fischer. Ashley Eckbert 2nd
row: Bna: : jgson. Bill Hartman. Vanessa Barton. Laurie Reams. Cathy Qumn. Missy Willis.

Karen Ken lit, Coach Gary Andrews Back row: Kaare Risung. Larry Ray, Lisa Culbertson, Chelley
Alexai -oniec. Morrow Reeves. Steve Childs. David Murray. George Snead, Lewis Mattison,

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Front row: Ellen Ott, Anya McDonald, Amanda Bastian,
Lavetta Dawkins 2nd row: Missy Meeghen, Peggy Tiet-
gen. Kathy McDonald, Molly Graver, Coach Rebecca
•-sick row: Ingrid Page. Tami Beckham. Sarah
Johnson. Maria Douglas. Jill Hunter



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62 FIELD HOCKEY



FIELD HOCKEY





Front: Elizabeth Franklin, Christy Sloan, Suzanne
Mauze, Marian Singer, Allison Chapman 2nd row: Ei-
leen Keeley. Barbara Bixby, Marjorie Havinghurst, Jen-
ny McDonald, Suzanne Regen Back row: Coach Pryor,
Janet Bitter, Betsy Rothschild, Gigi Cooke, Mandi Bar-
rett, Marcy White, Marta Bukowski.



FIELD HOCKEY 63




64 BASKETBALL



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66 WRESTLING



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Black Student Coalition




The BSC's Activities this year includ-
ed: an Alumni Weekend Reception;
Afro-American Festival, A Splash Jam;
The Martin Luther King Jr. Speaker Se-
ries (featuring New York's Afri Produc-
tions); A BSC Retreat to Little Switzer-
land; A Video Party with Kappa Sig.
Gospel Fest; Faculty/Staff Wine &
Cheese Reception; Award Presenta-
tion for the Black Maintenance Work-
er; A Umoja Festival celeprating Afro-
American Unity; A Homecoming
Reception; A Car Wash Fundraiser;
and the IMAC Male BasketPall Cham-
pions.

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Kappa Alpha





KA Rose Laura Fannin on stage at Homecoming
'87 with President Peter Wright (left).

Michael Mallory. Bob Vankirk, Rob Lefever, and
Dean Terry at the Barn Dance '88 (below Left).

John Coleman, Frank Noojin, Frank Holt, and Cal
Sharpe at the Physical Graphitti party (below).





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Kappa Sigma



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Kingfurberger 40/41 8-ball. Valvoline.
Baby Bottle, Alumni with $?. Kitchen
Troll, eye-in-the-sky, service projects,
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In the Fall, we retreated to the
beauty ot the mountains for a peace-
ful, relaxing weekend In the Winter,
we attacked the slopes. In the Spring,
we headed for Kiawah, basked, ate,
and proved formidable volleyball op-
ponents to any challengers. In be-
tween all of this we ice skated,
bowled, got painted, travelled from
New York to Paris, feuded with Dueling
Blenders, hosted the Communist Party,
and took our semi-formal to the lake.



PAX



This was a great year for PAX. We
grew, our food was fabulous once
again, our IMAC teams stood strong,
and we had fun. Our doors are open to
men and women who want to discov-
er the unique experience (and it is an
experience!) of co-ed eating. More
than that, our doors are open to any-
one who wants to have a share in
some fun — our house is always
stocked full of that ingredient.




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Pi Kappa Alpha




Diverse, yet United

One of the qualities that Pi Kappa
Alpha boasts is its diversity. From bas-
ketball players to artists, and from
ROTC cadets to ex-greenpeace em-
ployees, we are made up of a wide
range of college men. But this diversity
comes hand in hand with a sense of
unity in our fraternity (Possibly be-
cause, as one brother puts it, "We're
all GAWDS!"). Despite the fact we
have different interests, we are very
accepting of one another. This makes
us more open-minded than certain
newspaper cartoonists tend to think. It
is very difficult to paint an image of a
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Rusk




The home of the Huskies has survived
another eventful year. The decadent,
yet delicate women of Rusk had a full
social calender including the infamous
fall Policeman's Brawl, winter's even
more infamous Heaven 'n Hell, and the
springtime favorite: Destination Un-
known.

But along with the partying and eat-
ing, we managed to have several suc-
cessful service projects. Our little sister
program grew even larger and includ-
ed more Davidson elementary school
children. We also helped the older
segment of Davidson Py raking, clean-
ing, moving, and painting for some of
the community's senior citizens.

With our 45 new freshmen, Rusk
maintains its diverse memPership. We
have something for everyone: seven-
layer bars, service projects, and some
incredible parties.





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Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity main-
tained its traditional position at the top
of student life at Davidson in 1987-88.
This year SAE strengthened their longh-
eld tradition of community service,
campus leadership, and an unegualed
social calendar. As always, we are
guided by the wisdom and strength of
Minerva.

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Sigma Phi Epsilon




This past year was a success for the
brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Under
"Coach" Sledge's management, the
Sig Ep's excelled in IMAC flickerball and
softball. In addition, Jim Walker played
on the Davidson soccer team and Alex
Boss led the rugby club team. Socially,
the traditional Champagne and Paja-
ma and Pirate parties lasted long into
the night under Chris "Homer" Duke's
supervision. Not to be left out, Sig Ep
scholars also excel on campus. Jim
Earle and John Allison were nominated
into the Phi Beta Kappa while Trey Har-
rell is a member of ODK. Bill Scouten
continues in the SGA as sophomore
president. In the fine arts, Robert Aus-
tell arranged the music for "Godspell."
In "Good," Lee Eichelberg, Grant Mor-
ain, and Scott Spies played SPE-Nazis.
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