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Modern Dance 1. /



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BARBARA ELIZABETH BARNES
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
Emerson 1,2,3; Treasurer 3. SNEA 1,
2,3,4, Treasurer 2,3 Secretary 4.



DOUGLAS BARRY KINNEY

BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION &

ACCOUNTING

ARMS 3; Vice-president 4; Hornet Editor

4; SGA Treasurer 4.

"This too, shall pass. "





PHYLLIS JACOBS
PHYSICAL
EDUCATION
Modern Dance 1,2;
Aquabeiles 3,4; P.E.
1,2,3,4; SNEA 4;
Field Hockey 3.



BARBARA JANET LANE
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (K-3)
Modern Dance Club 1; President 2;
SNEA 3; President 4; SGA 4.
"Sometimes I sits and thinks,
and sometimes I just sits. "





NANCY E. LIFE

PHYSICAL

EDUCATION

P.E. Club 2,3,4; Day

Student Association 1,

2,3,4.

"I'm glad

it's Friday. "



SENIORS 183




KATHY CATHEY

ART EDUCATION

Chamber Singers 3,4; SNEA 3,4; SGA 3; Concerned

Students Committee 4; Chorale 3,4; Art Club 4;

General Judicial Council 4; (chairman) SCF 4;

Clerk of Court 3; SCF 4.



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ENGLISH

Emerson 1; Freshman Dorm Counselor 3; Echo 3.

"There is no wrong side or right side -

No misery in not being loved, only in not loving. "



184 SENIORS



HERK DE GRAW
SPECIAL EDUCATION -M.R
Social Life 1,2; SCEC 4;
Special Education Club 1,2,
3,4; Track 2; Soccer 3,4;
All Conference Honorable
Mention 3; Orientation Com-
mittee 2,3; SGA 3; Tennis 4;
SNEA 4.




DEBBIE "DEB"
LYNCH
ART

Modern Dance 1 ;
Echo 1,3,4; Cho-
rale l,2,3,4;Soc-
ial Life (Band) 4;
Co-chairman "The
Shepherd's Song"
"Wise - up,
you need to! "




SUSAN DUNN
PSYCHOLOGY
Special Ed. Club 1,
2; Echo Staff 3;

"Life is a mystery
to be lived,
not a problem

to be solved. "



MIKE CRANFORD
RELIGION AND
PHILOSOPHY
Soccer 2.




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JUDITH ANNE HALL
SPECL\L ED. (M.R. &L.D,)
G.C. Players 1,2,3, 4; Vice-presi-
dent 3; Alpha Psi Omega 2,3,4;
Field Hockey 3; Dean's List 3; SC-
EC 1,2,3,4; SNEA 4.




JOHN FRED SMALL

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND

ECONOMICS

AMS 3,4; Day Student Association 3,4.

"By perseverance the snail reached the

ark. "



DEACON CAHILL

ECONOMICS AND PHYSICAL

EDUCATION

Track 1; Soccer 2,3; P.E. Club,

treasurer 4.

"Getting high on getting by!"




THOMAS JAMES COLGAN
HISTORY

Young Democrats president 1; SGA 3;
Food Committee 3; General Judicial
Council chairman 3; Social Rules com-
mittee chairman 4; College Life
Board 4; Public Defender's staff 2.
"Everything is beautiful
and nothing hurts. "




PATTY FAYSSOUX
MUSIC EDUCATION
Glee Club 1,2,3; College
Band 1,2; Emerson 1,2;
Little Group 2,3; MENC
1,2,3,4.



186 SENIORS



KATHY HOWELL
SOCIOLOGY

SGA Representative 2,3;
NCSL House and Senate
2,3,4; Curriculum Com-
mittee 3.

"Be good to yourself!
strive to be happy!"





BARBARA WHITE
BIOLOGY

Sigma Society 1; Gamma Iota Sigma 4; Beta Iota
Society 1, Sec. -Treas. 2,3, President 4. Judi-
cial Court 2,3,4; Honor Council Vice Chairman
3; Marshall ; AKO 3,4; Dean's List 1,2,3,4.
"As I grow older, I don't make the same mistakes
as quickly as I used to. "





DALE NUNN

PHILOSOPHY AND

RELIGION

Soccer 3; Lyre 4; Intra-

murals 1,2,3,4.

"Everything cometh

to him that waiteth

as long as he worketh

like hell

while he waiteth. "



RICKY JULE COBB

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Golf 3,4, All Conference 3, Medalist

3; Young Republican 3; AMS.




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WAYNE AGEE

MUSIC EDUCATION - ORGAN
Music Ed 3, President 4; Trans-
fer Student.
"Greensboro Hilton,
May I help you?"




JILL WILLIAMS

BIOLOGY

Glee Club 3,4; Little group

4; Biology 4.

"To know how little we know

is the first step

to knowing more. "



SENIORS 187




JOHN F. MULLER
ACCOUNTING AND
BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
SGA 1,2; AMS 3,4;
Newspaper 3,4; Business
Manager 3,4; Tennis 1,
3,4; Bowling 2.



ANALDA SMITH HOWELL

BIOLOGY

Emerson Society 1,2; Modern Dance 1,2



"In order to live in peace and ease, a man must
not speak all he knows nor judge all he sees. "




BARBARA A. GORSKI
SOCIOLOGY

Marshall 3; Court of Ap-
peals 3; Homecoming
court 3.
"Seek,
and you shall find. "



HARRY CALDWELL

BARBIN III

BUSINESS

ADMINISTRATION

Golf 1,4; Bowling 2,3;

Chief Fire Marshall 4; S-

GA 1.

"There's 96000000 cm in

5 miles. "




TERRANCE HART

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Basketball 3,4; UAAS

3,4.

"More shots for me. "





CINDY JONES
ELEMENTARY
EDUCATION
SGA 3,4; Spanish Club
2; Consortium Committee
representative 3; SNEA
3,4; Chorale 3; NCSL 3,
4; delegation chairman
4; Clerk of court 3; Stu-
dent Faculty Court 4.
"Don't just make the scene:
steal it!!"









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CATHY BRADY
MUSIC EDUCATION
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MENC 1,2,3,4;
SCF 3,4; Glee Club
2,3; Chorale 1,2;
Chamber Singers
1,2; Little Group 2,
3;




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MARK S. BREALEY
BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
SGA 3; AMS 4; Soccer 3,4; Cross
Country 1; Biology Club 1; Republican
Club 3.



SENIORS 189




BRUCE S. TISO
MATH, RELIGION, AND
PHILOSOPHY
Alpha Phi Omega 1,4
Vice Pres. 2,3; Alpha
Psi Omega 3,4; SCF 1,
2,3,4; Chapel Com-
mittee 3; Chorale 1,2,
3,4; College Life Sec.
3,4; Academic Welfare
4; SGA rep. 4; Senior
Class Sec. Cross Coun-
try 1,2,3; Track 1; Ten-
nis 3, 4; Soccer 4.
"It's all right. "




DOUGLAS SCHUNICK

HISTORY-SP. ED.

History Book Club 3;

Newspaper 4; Soccer 3;

Party Member 3,4.

"Love to the two

extinguishers

in the history department

who almost

put out the flame.

It is a stronger angel,

and therefore,

when it falls,

a fiercer devil. "



LOIS YVONNE ALLEN

SOCIOLOGY

Alternate to SGA 1,2; SGA 3,4;

UAAS 3, Sec Asst. 4.

"I've only just begun. "











BESS Fo EDWARDS
CHURCH MUSIC -
ORGAN

Church Organist 1,2,3;
Chapel Committee 3;
Glee Club Accompanist
4; Student Director 4.
"I'm a wreck!"



190 SENIORS






JIM WICKER

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Returning student for another degree.



CYNTHIA
COLLINS
MUSIC - VOICE
Glee Club 3,4;
"South Pacific" 3;
Chorale 3; Wind
Ensemble 4.







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ECONOMICS AND ADMINISTRATION
Attorney General Staff 2,3,4; A sst. At
torney General 3; Attorney General 4;
Bowling 3; AMS 4; Wind Ensemble 3.
"This is only the first sip,
the first foretaste of a bitter cup. "





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"No more


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ZONDAL DAWNE PENRY
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
Modern Dance 1; SNEA 3,4; Treasurer 4,
"Happiness is like a butterfly. The more you chase it,
the more it will elude you. But if you turn your atten-
tion to other things, It comes and softly sits on your
shoulder. "

L. Richard Lessor




DAVID CURLEY
BUSINESS ADMIN-
ISTRATION
Golf 1,2; Social Rules
4; AMS 4,

"Knowledge is learned
but wisdom lingers. "



NANCY HOPE
FLETCHER
HISTORY

South Pacific 2; Young
Republicans Treasurer
3,4; Shepherd's Song 4;
Academic Welfare 4.
"Don't let it get to ya;
forget it. "





BETSY PAUL

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
Substitute Girls Tennis 1; Glee
Club 1; Tutor 2; Field Hockey
Team 3; SNEA 3,4.
"I know which way the wind is
blowing . . . but 1 still have to
follow my own course.



KAREN DILLOW
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCA-
TION

Basketball 3; SNEA 4.
"Pleasure moves too early
and trouble leaves too slow. "




SANDERS WADE TAYLOR
SPECIAL EDUCATION
Golf 3.
"Take it easy!"





MARTHA DRUSILLA SNEAD

MUSIC EDUCATION

Music Education Club 1,2,3,4;

Gamma Iota Sigma 2,3,4.

"Luck may sometimes help; work

always helps. "





MARY ELIZABETH
EDWARDS
HISTORY

Modern Dance 1,2;
SCF 4; Emerson
Society 4.

"As a field, however
fertile, cannot be
fruitful without cul-
tivation, neither can
a mind without learn-
ing. "

Cicero



BILL McCLAIN

BUSINESS

UAAS President 3;

Dorm President 3;

Court of Appeals 4;

Basketball 2,3, Coach

4; SGA 3.



SENIORS 193




RICK SEYBOLD
HISTORY




TRUDY LYNN WADE

BIOLOGY

Day Student's Association 1,2,3,4; Beta Iota

Omega 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 4.

"Give me all the men in the world. But give

them to me one at a time. "



ERIC GORDON RICH

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ECONOMICS
Dean's List 1,2,3,4; Student Activities 1,2;
Student Senate 1,2; Veteran's Association 4.




194 SENIORS



ERNEST LAWRENCE
BIOLOGY





BILL PIKE

ENGLISH

Newspaper 1,2; Dorm Counselor 2;

Social Life 2,3,4; Band Chairman 4;

Orientation 2,3,4.




VICKIE GAIL WYGAL

SPECIAL EDUCATION

College Transfer; SCF 3,4; Christian

Ed Club 3; Special Ed Club 4.

I Corinithans 13



JOEL W. DUGGINS
RELIGION AND PHILOSO-
PHY

"How Miss Henry Got to Be
That Way" 1; Class Vice-
President 2; "South Pacific"
2; SCF 3,4; President 3;
Christian Ed Club 3,4.
"For me to live is Christ
and to die is gain. "
PhUippians 2:21






BETH POINDEX-

TER

ENGLISH

Cheerleader 3;

SNEA 3,4; ECHO

3.



GEORGE DELP
PSYCHOLOGY
"Know thyself!"



SENIORS 195



MELANIE SWAIN
RELIGION AND PHILOSO-
PHY

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; SCF
1,2,3,4; AKO 3,4; Chris-
tian Ed 3,4; Little Group
3,4.

"It's amazing what they
can do with Soybeans. "






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DEBORAH MARIE HAMERKA

SPECIAL EDUCATION

Modern Dance 1,2; SNEA 4; Council of

Exceptional Children 2,3,4.

"Nobody ever had the rainbow until they

had the rain. "

- Jim Croce




MARYLYNN HOLLOWAY

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Modern Dance 1,2; Day Students'

Association 1,2,3; Young Republicans

4; SCF 4; Emerson Society 4.

"The quality of the imagination is to

flow and not freeze. "

- Emerson





KEITH A. MORRELL
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Basketball 3,4.

"The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
Psalm 23



AMY DUNN

ENGLISH

Elementary Education Club 1; Echo 3.

"There never seems to be enough time to do

the things you want to do once you find them. "





WALT DENNY

SPANISH

Marshall 3,4; Chapel

Committee 4; SCF 4;

Band Committee 4.

"Happiness is a velvet

covered brick. "



VICTORIA KIVETT
DURHAM

ELEMENTARY EDUCA-
TION

SNEA 1,3,4; Dean's List
3; Student Recruitment
2,3.

"Don't hurry. Don't
worry. And don't forget
to smell the flowers. "








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Chorale 1,4; Chamber Sing-
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Music Education Club 1,2;
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MUSIC - PIANO
Chorale 1,2; Glee Club 2,
3,4; MENC 1.2,3,4;
Emerson 1; "Shepherd's
Song" 4; Newspaper 2,3;
"South Pacific" 2; Publica-
tion's Board 2, 3.
"Absoultely absurd!" "Won-
derful. "




198 SENIORS




MARY MARGARET NICHOLSON
SOCIOLOGY

Christian Education Club 1; Cheerleader
2; Aquabelles 2,3,4; treasurer 3, presi-
dent 4; Orientation 2; Volleyball 4;
"Time polishes all real friendships until
they shine. "



SUELLEN BINDER (SOOKY)

RECREATION

Glee Club 1; P.E. Club 1,2,3,4

Aquabelles 2,3.

"Where is Froggy?"




MILDRED ELEANOR RUSSELL
ENGLISH





ANNIE ELIZABETH BRIGGS

SPECIAL EDUCATION

SCES 1,2,3,4; SNEA 1,2,3,4; Gamma

Iota Sigma honorary society 4.

"Time is our destiny.

Time is our hope.

Time is our despair.

And time is the mirror

in which we see eternity. "




SHARON ARBO
BIOLOGY
Lyre 4; Biology
Club 4.







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SPECIAL EDUCATION
Modern Education, SCEC 1,2,3,4;
SNEA 4; Cheerleader 3; Dean's List
2,3,4; AKO 4.




DOTTIE WARLICK

SPECIAL EDUCATION

Glee Club 1,2; Psychology Club 1; Special Ed

Club 3; ECHO 4; Orientation 4; NCEA 4; SCF

1,2,2,4.

"Talk not of wasted affection.

Affection is never wasted. "
- Longfellow




TRUDY WINSLOW
SPECIAL EDUCATION
Special Ed Club 1; SCEC 2,3,4; SCEC
President 4; Marshal 3,4, associate-
chief; AKO 3,4; Class Treasurer 3;
Dorm President 3; ECHO 3; SGA 3;
SNEA 4; Visitation Board 3.





CYNTHIA ANN GARRISON
SPECIAL EDUCATION

Social Life 2; Orientation 2,4; SCEC 2,3,4; SCEC
State Governor 4; Voluntary Action 2; NCSL 3,4;
SGA 2, Alternate 3; Marshal 3,4; SNEA 4; ECHO
3.

"If only I may grow:
firmer, simpler, quieter, warmer. "

- Dag Hammarskjold




JUDY DUTCHER

SPECIAL EDUCATION

Cheerleader I; SCEC 2,3,4; NCSL 3.4; ECHO 3;

Orientation 2.3,4; Dean's List 3.4; SNEA 4; SGA

3; Marshal 3.4; SCEC State Secretary.

"Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully

surrendering the things of youth. "



BRADLEY LAFAYETTE
BENNETT

RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Men's Judical Council 1; Socio-
logy Club 1; "Newspaper" 2,3,
4, Co-editor 3,4; Christian
Education Club 4; Publications
Board 3,4.




"Be on your guard, stand firm in the faith, live

like men, be strong!

Let everything you do be done in love. "

I Corinthians 16:13



SUE FLINN LAWSON
ELEMENTARY ED-
UCATION

Counselor 1,2; Home-
coming Court 2; SCEC
3,4; AKO 3,4; NSEA.




SALLY CHALLENDER

SPECIAL EDUCATION

Special Ed. Club 1,2,3,4; SGA 2,3,4; Glee

Club 3,4, Vice-president 3; College Life

Board 3,4; Chairman of Academic Welfare

3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Business Manager of

Social Life 4.

"Happy are those who dream dreams and are

ready to pay the price to make them come

true. "



TERRY E. BACON
RELIGION AND PHILOS-
OPHY

Chapel Committee 1,2,
3,4; APO 1,2,3,4, Sec-
retary/Treasurer 3,4;
SGA 1; Chorale 2,3;
"South Pacific" 2; News-
paper 2; Food Com-
mittee 1, 2,3,4; Chris-
tian Education Club
3,4; Concerned Students
3,4, Co-chairman 4;
SCF 1,2,3,4, president
3,4.

"He who binds to himself
a joys does the winged
life destroy; But he who
kisses the joy as it flies
lives in eternity's sun-
rise. "

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ENGLISH EDUCATION

S. G. A. 2, 4; Day Student Rep. 4; SNE A 4; Echo 2, 3, 4,
Co-Editor 3, Editor 4; Social Rules 3,4; Girl's Hock-
ey 3; Publications Board 3,4, Chairman 4; Dean's
List 4, Homecoming Court 4.
"Two roads diverged into a wood, and ... I took
the one less traveled by and that has made all the
difference. "



MARY BETH WILLIAMS

SPECIAL EDUCATION

"How Miss Henry Got to Be That Way" 1.




ELEANORE "ELLY" WADKINS
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION - HISTORY
Fire Marshall 3,4; Echo 3,4, Co-editor 4;
Publications Board 4.

"Feelings are not like faucets, you can turn
on and off. "




LYNDA CHERYL SPANN

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

SNEA 3,4; Fire Marshall 3,4; Volleyball 4;

S. G. A. 2,4; Day Student's Counselor 3.

"Once a clown, always a clown!"


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Aquabelles 1,2; SNEA 4.




SUE SOUDERS

SPECIAL EDUCATION

Dorm President 1; SCEC 2,3,4; Echo 3.

"Somewhere out in today's world

there is someone who cares,
Though life is a living hell,

there is peace . . .
Some will search near and far,

and never find it.
Others will only have to reach out,

and they will have it.
For the earth is the hidden treasure

and the peace is within its matter.
So if man can find the hidden treasure.

He will find peace in this living hell.
Val Karwowski




JUDY FINKELSTEIN
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
Fire Marshall 4; SNEA 1,2,3,4.



KATHY KELLAM
BIOLOGY

Biology Club 1,2,3,4;
Vice-President 3,4;
S. G.A. 1; SCF 1;
G.C. Sons and Daugh-
ters 1,2,3,4; Gamma
Iota Sigma 1,2,3,4;
AKO 3,4.





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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

SNEA 1; SGA Representative 1,2,3,4; Visitation Board
4; Chief Marshall 3; Orientation 3,4; Echo 3,4; Class
Secretary 3; Cheerleader 3; Publications Board 4;
AMS 3,4; Program Chairman 4; AKO 3,4; Glee Club
2,3,4; Secretary 4; Little Group 4.
"Negative. "



STEVE BOONE
POLITICAL SCIENCE/SOCIOLOGY
NCSL 1,2,3,4; National Entertainment Con-
ference 1; Dean's List 2,3; SGA treasurer
2, President 3,4; Marshall 3; Internship,
Guilford County Government 3,4.
"Education is that which remains after we have
forgotten all that we have been taught. "



BUTCH SHE R RILL
RELIGION

Chapel committee chair-
man 4; Christian Ed. Club
3,4; SCF 2,3,4; SGA Vice-
President 3; SGA Repre-
sentative 2,4; Dorm Pres-
ident 4; Student- Faculty
Court 3; Dean's List 2,3,
4; Marshall 3; Intramurals
1,2,3,4; Concern Students
Co -Chairman 4.
"God only knows!"



204 SENIORS








OUIDA SUE WAKEFIELD
SPECIAL EDUCATION
Social Life 2; Orientation 2,3,4;
SCF 1,2,3; AKO 3,4, president
4; Sophomore class treasurer 2;
Junior class president 3; SGA
representative 3; SNEA 4; Echo
2,3; SCSE 3,4; Marshall 3,4.



SENIORS 205




TONY VILLAREAL
MATH/RELIGION
and PHILOSOPHY
Track 1; APO 1,2,3,4,
President 2; Alpha Psi
Omega 3,4; G.C. Play-
ers 2,3,4; Chapel Com-
mittee 3; Constitution
Committee 3; Social
Rules 3; Cross Country
2,3; Soccer 3,4; Basket-
ball Manager 3,4; Senior
class President 4; Com-
mencement Committee
4.
"What's happening?'



PAT TUTTLE
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Dean's List 1,2,3,4; Outstand-
ing Women's P. E . major of the
year 3; AKO 3,4; Sigma Society
1; Iota Society 2; Gamma Iota
3,4; Marshall 3,4; Field Hockey
Coach 3; Class Secretary 2;
Class Vice-President 3; Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,4, captain 2,3;
Tennis 1,2,3,4; Aquabelles 1,/
2,3,4; P. E. Club 1,2,3,4;
Dorm Vice-President 1; Ad-
missions Counselor 4.



LINDA BOWDEN
MUSIC - PIANO
Glee Club 1,2,3; Little
Group 2,3; Wind En-
semble 1,2; Sigma
Society 1; Lyric Thea-
ter 1; Music Education
Club 1,2,3; Orchestra
2; Counselor 2; "South
Pacific" 2; "Lyre" bus-
iness manager 3,
editor 4; Publications
Board Co-Chairman
3,4.





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DANIEL C. CALLOW
ACCOUNTING

Basketball 1; Track 1; AMS 1,2,3,4; Vice-
President 2, President 4; Honor Court 2;
Tennis 3; Marshall 3; President of Men's
Dorm 3.
"Common sense

(which in truth is very uncommon)
is the best sense I know of. "

- Lord Chesterfield





AMY LAVIETES
MUSIC - VOICE

S.G.A. 1, BestS.G.A. Committee Chairman 3,
National Student Association Coordinator 2,
Chorale 1,4, Lyre 3,4, AKO 2,3,4, vice-presi-
dent 4, Orientation Committee 2,3,4, NCSL 1,2,
3,4, Delegate 1,2, GC Delegation Chairman 3,
Member Constitution Committee 3, Bill Com-
mittee Chairman 3, Lieutenant Governor 4.
"Never look down to test the ground before taking
your next step; only he w'no keeps his eye fixed
on the far horizon will find his right road. "

-Dag Hammarskjoid





JOHN W. COWAN

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Class President 1, S.G.A. 1,2,3,4, Student

Faculty Court 2,4, Chairman 4, Greeasboro

College Self Study 2, Cross Country 2, Social

Life 2, Dorm vice-president 3, Social Rules 4,

Marshall 3,4.



CYNTHIA PARKER
SPECIAL EDUCATION

SCF 1,2,3,4, SCEC 3,4, Special Education Club
1,2,3,4, Student Counselor 2,3,4, S.G.A. 1,
Emerson 1, Chorale 1, Social Life 3,4, Orienta-
tion Committee 2,3, Dean's List 4.
"The whole art of teaching is only the art of
awakening the natural curiosity of young minds
for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards. "
-Anatole France




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