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The 1970 Pine Burr is proud to present
Campbell College's recently adopted official
seal. Campbell's motto, "Ad astra per aspera,"
signifies the college's view toward the future;
while the banners from the shield of the Camp-
bell clan indicate ties with the past.

The cogs outlining the seal mark Campbell's
strength both in its history and in its reality.
The symbol of the cross indicates the college's
position among the major Christian institu-
tions. The open book denotes the continual
pursuit of truth.

As Campbell College begins a new decade,
it reflects with pride upon its past and antici-
pates a bright and successful future.



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Pine Burr



1970



CAMPBELL

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To every thing there i» a seatoit,
amd a time for everff pmrpete under
the heaven.

Ecchmaiteg



ad astra per aspera



Tlic liistory of Cam])l)cll College is reflected in
its motto, AI) ASTRA PER ASPERA— "To the
stars throusrli difficulty." Cam])bell has reached its
present ]>osition through many hardshi])s. The
hiivock of fire and the Might of the great depres-
sion have failed to extinguish Campbell's prospect
for reaching the stars;

Since incc|)tion in 1887, Campbell College has
strived to offer quality education to those seeking
the opportunity. Many who have souglit this op-
portunity have foinul that they, too, were reacliin,
Loi_JJ.ie stars, but no.ssesscd onlv the desire and



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years, CanipbeUr"lias~answeFeef theT <
!iclpcd_stiideiv[i, achieve tchiejiti^onal'



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"There is no easy road from tlu earth to the stars."

— Seneca




"Th-e stars that haiv most glory have no rest."

— Samuel Daniel

Campbell students have long held pride in their soccer team, but until this year the
Camels' work went largely uncredited. 1969, however, was not only the Year of the Camels,
it was the Year of Coach James Cole.

A Campbell graduate in 1956, Cole returned to Buie's Creek in 1958 to coach fresh-
man basketball and to organize a track team. As track coach for five years, he compiled a
21-11 record. The versatile Cole was asked to fill in as coach of the tennis team in 1968.
He led the team to their best season ever.

In 1963, Cole organized Campbell's first soccer team. He coached the first soccer game
that he ever saw. The team gradually progressed under Cole's leadership until, in 1969,
the team's efforts were at last rewarded. The Camels won their first District 29 and South-
ern Area 5 titles only to close the season ranked 5 in the nation ! Realizing that events don't
just happen but are made to happen, James Cole was named Southern Area 5 Coach of
the Year.

An integral part of his community. Cole is an active member of Memorial Baptist
Church, President of the Lions Club, and coach of the Little League and Pony League base-
ball teams. He is co-advisor of Campbell's Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Recognized in the 1967-1968 edition of OUTSTANDING YOUNG MEN OF AMER-
ICA and in the 1968-1969 edition of PERSONALITIES OF THE SOUTH, as an out-
standing young American, the Pine Burr staff on behalf of Campbell's student body wishes
to take this opportunity to honor a man who has invested his life's fullest energies and best
talents to inspire ambition and achieve success.

Truly illustrative of Campbell's motto "Ad Astra Per Aspera," this the 35th edition of
the Pine Burr is proudly dedicated to Coach James Ralph Cole.



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VIRGO





Dr. Nohman Adrian Wic.ciins
President of the Colkcjc




Dr. Alexander Roman Burkot
Vice-President and Academic Dean



As the modern telescope has helped us to plot
our stars on a map so that we can follow this
map to reach any particular star, members of
tlie faculty and of the administration help us plot
our course to our star and overcome obstacles
which obscure our star. They help us to recog-
nize that there are many goals in life from which
to choose. The world holds many mysteries that
we have not yet perceived. Only through persis-
tence, courage, industry, imagination, humility,
and discipline can we meet the demands of a
constantly changing world and enjoy its rich-
ness.



"The best thing that we're put here for's to
see;

The strongest thing that's given us to see
with's a telescope."

Robert Frost, "The Star-Splitter"



As the modern telescope brings distant stars
closer to Robert Frost's stargazer, members of
the faculty and of the administration of Camp-
bell College bring our star, our goal in life, closer
to us.



Fred McCall
Vice-President for Institutional Development





Robert L. King

Director of Admissions

Richard H. Martin
Assistant Acting Dean





James Campbell
Assistant in Admission

William S. Terrell
Registrar




Not Pictured— William H. Dodge, Assistant Registrar




David C. Bull

Director of Alumni Affairs



Lonnie D. Small
Business Manager





Henry Thorpe
Director of Public Relations

Philip E. Kennedy
Director of Public Information



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James D. Sistrunk
Librarian



Neil D. Haldeman
Athletic Director





Alton Buzbee
Director of Religious Activities




Herbert F. Ingle
Assistant Librarian



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Miss Rebecca Maness
Dean of JVomen



WOMEN'S RESIDENCE HALL COUNSELORS: from left to right: Mrs.
Bettie Carroll, Mrs. Carolyn Jackson, Mrs. Lillian Cavenaugh, Mrs. Lettie Mc-
Lamb, Mrs. Doris Connell, Mrs. Pauline Dixon, Mrs. Josephine Gilliland, Mrs.
Cora Hart, Mrs. Delia Werner.



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Dean of Students



Series Johnson
Purchasing Agent




W. J. Barefoot

Student Aid Officer



Quentin Scott
Director of Estate Planning




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Francis Eddings
Director of Securitif and Ti

Todd Scarborough
Director of Service Entcrpr




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Director of Physical Plant




Dr. Bruce B. Blackmon
College Phys



Mrs. A. R. Burkot
Laundry Manager



Kenneth Barbour
Director of Food

Services




Robert Lane
Manager of College Bookstore



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Music

Dr. Paul M, YodeT— Chairman




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ScitrborouBli, Miss Iris Gray Siiimiuiis, Miss Margaret



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Winston, Edmund W.



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Biology




Dr. L. S. Beard — Chairman







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Britton, Mrs. Elizabeth Broughton. Dr. Shelby



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Hovis. Dr. I^uis S.



Robinson, Dr. C. C.




Eliason, Miss Nancy



Hudson, Robert G.





McCall, Mr.'i. Pcarle K. Mclntyre, Robert A., Jr.




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Matthews, Miss Hazel Soots, Robert F., Jr



Chemistry





Dr. James M. Jung — Chairman



Geology and Geography






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Hope, Robert C. Martin, Dr. Richard H.




Dr. C. Edward Howard— CAai;



Perkins, Dr. Robert L. Whitehurst, Jonathan H.



Horton, Mrs. Jeanette




King, Mrs. Catherine C.




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Home Economics



.Smith, Mrs. Doinm Wilke




Mrs. Leonore Ti. Tuck — Chairman



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English



Mrs. Alma S. Kennedy — Acting Chairman




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Ramos, Mrs. Dorothy





Delano, Ralph



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Ashworth, J. Delmer




Christian, Harold E.



Eliason, Dr. Mary H.




Kennedy, Philip




Christian, Mrs. Doris M.




Edwards, Mrs. Lula O.




Frey, Mrs. Edith




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Hamilton, Mrs. Elizabeth




LaufFer, Mrs. Carolyn G.



Taylor, Dr. Louise Todd



von Glahn, George A.



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Physical Education

Ricliard A. Lautft-r — Chairman



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Davis, Hargrove B.



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Haldeman, Dr. Neil D. Hood, Arthur Clifton, Jr




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Waters, Thomas B.




Hoiierls. Dannv I,.



\V\mx1, Georpe K.



Stanford, Mrs. Linda .le



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Business Administration





Gaskill, Albert C.




James L. Faison — Chairman



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Milliard, Mrs. Mary



Hudson, Mrs. Cliristii





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Sliaw, Dr. Piiillip C.



Sikes, Mrs. EUe




Wade, Miss Louise A.



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Woodall, Marsliall






Spratt, Dr. .Tack S.



Easley, James Edward, Jr




Folwell, Tliomas H., Jr



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Landon, Dr. Charles E.




Mulkey, Mrs. Edith C.



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Social Science




Scopgin, Mrs. Hannah P,



Sherwood, Miss Mary Bates




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Stuiiijjf, Or. Vernon




Moore, Dr. Anne T.




rown, Dr. Millard R. Easley, Lefflet Teed, Jr



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HuKKins. Dr. Kmv Hairc




Mallory, Dr. Frederick C.




Moore, Miss Mary Reca



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Ciholas, Dr. Paul Kcyser, Dr H. Donald



Philosophy

Dr. Stewart A. Newman — Chairman



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Penick, John Jacob




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Foreign Languages

Donald E. Phelps— .(r/^nr/ Chairman
Bagby, Mrs. Muriel M.





Ciithey, Miss Mariiiri K.



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Ciiekhiirn, Dr. Samuel H.




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Linney, Daniel A.



Gau, Rev. Raymond W.




Skaggs, Rodnal H.



Not pietured— Mi.ss Troy Fiiilli Sniilli



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Director of Libraries

James D. Sistrunk — Chairman



Mathematics

Harolii Coolidge Bain — Chairman



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Jones, Vernon W.



Duvall, Edward D.



Thomas, Wayne W.



Todd, Gary Clyde




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Georges, Dr. Joel S.



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Taylor, Dr. Jerry D.



Physics v"^^.

Nelson, Elijah L.




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Freeman, Dr. John A.



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Hiirton, William Stewart



Education



Macon, Ernest M., Jr.




Taylor, Gary A.



Taylor, G



N'andi-rli.iof, Mrm-c H.





Nicholson, Lawrence R.




Parker, Mrs. Marceline Swiers, Dr. Willard S.




Psychology



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Emmett C. Aldredge

Dunn
Allen Bailey

Charlotte
\V. C. Barrett

Laurinburg




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A. Paul Kitcliin

Wadesboro
Dr. Randall Lollev

Winston-Sak'iii

Not Pictured — Sam Hocutt
Goldsboro



Henry Barringer

Hendersonville
Brantley C. Booe

Winston-Salem
H. Spurgeon Boyce

Durham
James F. Bullock

Varina



Dr. William Folds

Walkertown
Mrs. Clayton Fulcher, Jr.

Atlantic
Albert C. Greene, Sr.

Fayetteville
Robert A. Harris

Eden



J. Paul Hatley

Whiteville
.Mrs. R. A. Hedgpeth

Lumberton
Howard Holly

Burgaw
Mrs. W. H. Jones

Kinston



Board
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Miss Flossie Marslibanks

Raleigh
Dr. Hugh A. Matthews

Cullowhee
Bobby Murray

Raleigh



Mrs. Robert Pomeranz

Sanford
Milford Quinn

Warsaw
Granville Ryals

Wilmington
J. Brian Scott

Rocky Mount



Dan E. Stewart

Raleigh
Mrs. J. Hunter

Strickland

Four Oaks
Fred Taylor

Vass
Prof. B. Y. Tyner

Raleigh



Edgar Thomas

Lexington
Wesley Watts

Lumberton
Charles Whitley

Washington, D. (
Rev. J. B. Wilder

Greensboro



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Trustees




William M. Womble

Sanford
Ed Wyatt

Raleigh




Claude Abernetliy. Jr.

Newton
Lewis Borouglis

Greensboro
William L. Burns, Jr.

Durham
Ramsey E. Cammack

Burlington



Harry C. Carter

Greensboro
George Cavenaugli

Greensboro
Albert E. Clark

Falls Church, Va.
James E. Conrad

Winston-Salem




Henry M. Cooke

Winston-Salem
Mrs. Duncan McLaughlin Faircloth

Clinton



T. Harry Ciatton

Raleigh
Charles W. Hamilton

Houston. Texas



John B. Harris, Jr

Raleigh
Robin C. Hayes

Kannapolis



Nathaniel P. Hayes

Greensboro
David N. Henderson

Wallace
J. Addison Hill

Burlington




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Presidential
Board of
Advisors



John R. Riley

Raleigh
Edwin E. Stancik

Durham
James D. White

Charlotte
Bland Worley

Winston-Salem



Frank Holding

Smithfield
Charles M. Howell. Jr

Winston-Salem
William G. Humphrey

Spartanburg, S. C.



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Kenneth
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Ohio








Jack Kitcl
Norfolk


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Lowell K. Mar
Greensboro




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HARVEST FESTIVAL
COURT



Puula Watts. Qiu'tn





Judv Jackson



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Tav Jackson




Rutliie Odoni



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Campbell Students
Recognized

by

Who's Who

in American

Universities and

Colleges



Tony Lverly and Carol Woods



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Dean Majcttc and Sarali Houldiii




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Jack Byrd and Ann Stephenson



Campbell College is proud to have 22 of her
students listed in Wh^'s Wlw in American Col-
leges and Universities. These students have dis-
tinguished themselves not only in scholastic
achievements but also in leadership roles and
other extra-curricular honors. The Pine Burr
proudly recognizes and commends this elite group
of young people.




Joanne (irinisle; and Luther MePherson




Wavne Perrv and Wavne Pa'



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"Joy is the holy fire that keeps our purpose warm and
our intelligence aglow. Work without joy shall be as noth-
ing. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall
form an invincible host against difficulties."

Helen Keller



Robert Settle and
David Revnolds




David Anisler

and Richard Murpliy



Neil Collins
and Robert Barnes



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Richmond Page and ■KM « W| «| - S''
Mary Elizabeth Jones HMHM^- '-V



Diane Gwaltney



Jean Waldo





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Dorms Choose Ugly Men




Frankie Carraway, Doug Walker, Allen McCrae, Gerard Kiliott, Clark Jenkins, Dave Yushchak, Richard Mur-
phy, Cordell Wise.



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42 FEATURES





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Invasion from the Stars





S.G.A. Lecture Series. Dr. Stan-
ton T. Friedman: "Are Flying
Saucers Real ?"




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Fine Aets Conccet: Singing Bo> s i,f Munlcrrty.



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The 5 TH Dimension




The Campbell Players JL




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Soccer



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Coach James Cole's high-scoring Camels recorded
the most successful season in the sport's six year history.
The orange and black finished the season with a IC-2-1
record including championsliips in the Stetson Soccer
Classic held in Deland, Florida; NAIA District 29;
NAIA Area 5; and a fifth place finish in the NAIA
National tournament in Richmond, Indiana. Led by Gary
Woodward's record breaking 26 goals and Bill Young's
21 goals, the Camels scored 78 total goals while the de-
fense allowed tlie opponents to score only 17 goals.

There were many individual honors received by mem-
bers of the team. Tliose winning honors were: Richard
Murphy, Most Valuable Player in the Stetson Classic;
Gary Woodward, Bill Young, Dave Amsler, and Richard
Murphy — All District; Gary Woodward, Bill Young,
Jerry Peele, and Ricliard Murphy — All South.








1969 SEASON RECORD




CC


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East Carolina University


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3


Lynchburg


1


CC


8


Belmont Abbey





CC


6


Pfeiffer





Stetson Soc
CC 3


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Rollins


2


CC


3


Stetson University


1


CC


12


N. C. Wesley an





CC


5


U. N. C. at Wilmington





CC


3


Pembroke


1


CC


6


Methodist





CC


1


Guilford


1


CC


1


N. C. State


2


CC


2


St. Andrews





CC


1


Pembroke





NAIA District 29 Champions
CC 1 St. Andrews





NAIA Area
CC 3


5 Champions
Erskine


2


NAIA National Tournament
CC Eastern Illinois


4


CC


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Westmont College, California


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Coach Cole displays the trophies and plaques won by this year's team.

No. 5 in the Nation



Coach Cole receives the Area 5 championship plaque following the Camels
3-2 win over Erskine.



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Sittiii);: (I t.i r.) D. Amsler, R. Murphy. Kneeling: J. Taylor, L. Caravello, T. Sloan, J. Dyer, G. Woodward, R. Batts, U. Paehimsawat,
K. McCuimcll, li. Young, L. Buford, R. Smathers, R. Rawls, F. Hodges. Standing: L. Taylor, Manager, Coach Hood, C. Hoyt, T. Adeleke,
N. Rawlus, J. Peele, P. Simon, M. Hazley, J. McLamb, A. Ashley, D. Patterson, W. Phillips, J. Trull, S. Kobasa, Coach Cole, R. Helms, Trainer.





Coach Hood and Coach Cole



Co-Captains: Dave Amsler and Richard Murphy



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Cross-Country





1969 SEASON RECORD

CC 35 Pembroke 21

CC 40 Davidson 32

St. Andrews S9

CC 40 Pembroke 22

Methodist NTS

CC 39 N.C.S.U. 24

St. Andrews 57

CC 30 Pembroke 36

Guilford 81

Greensboro 83

Methodist NTS

CC 27 Lynchburg 28
State Meet (Raleigh)
NAIA District 29 Meet (Methodist)

CC 37 High Point 19

NAIA National Meet (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)



Cross-Country, in its second year as a varsity sport at
Campbell, has made it big. This year's team posted a 9-5
record which included two wins over Pembroke, defending
District 29 champion. The Camel harriers won the District
meet held in Methodist and then traveled to Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma for the NAIA National Meet. Coach George
Wood was awarded District 29 cross-country coach of the
year honors, and Greg Thomas and Bob Windsor were
awarded All-District honors to highlight the highly success-
ful season.




Maxaoes — Gene McCracken, Captain — Dennis Scott,
discuss strategy for beating Pembroke.



nd Coach Wood




Kneeling: (I. to r.) Greg Thom-
as, Bob Windsor, Dennis Scott,
Dave McMann. Standing: (I. to
r.) Gene .McCracken, Darrell
Rcttig, Joe Weaver, Rob Fitz-
gerald, Paul Boyer, Coach
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(1. to r.) Betty Sue Allen, Winnifred Jernigan, Tom Reid, Suzi Lemons, Jimmy
Capps, Linda Williams, Capt., Pat McKeittian, Steve Freeman, Brenda Dickerson,
Brenda Tyndall.



The Cheerleading squad has undergone a change this year by
adding boys to the squad. This allows a greater variety of cheers.

The purpose of the cheerleaders is to create spirit and en-
thusiasm at the athletic events. It also involves making signs,
sponsoring buses to all away games, having pep rallies, and many
hours of practice.



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"Welcome to Campbell College" greeted freshmen, transfers, and re-
turning students as cars were unloaded and bags were unpacked. While
parents marveled at their finding Buies Creek, the campus' population
zoomed. Rainy registration days characterized typical Buies Creek
weather as everyone began to feel at home.






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President's



Reception



On Monday, September 13. President and Mrs. Wiggins extended their per-
sonal welcome to the new members of the Campbell College student body.




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Dr. .l.iliM Killini^er wns llie fi-a
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November 5!




Campus
Happenings



The S.G.A. and other campus
organizations have striven to
make this year a meaningful one
for Campbell students. These
campus events have stimulated
much interest, support, and en-
thusiasm.



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A Year of Pride




1969 will long be reaiembered as the year of the Camels. Coach
of the year, James Cole led his soccer team to the NAIA Cham-
pionship and concluded the season in Indiana ranked as No. 3 in
the nation.

In one of the most impressive seasons ever, Coach George Wood
also led his team to NAIA Championship and to competition in
Oklahoma. Coach Wood ended his victorious season by being
named NAIA District 29 coach of the year.

It was truly a season to be remembered by fans and athletes
alike.






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Ugly Men prepare for their debut.



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October 1969





STUDENT LIFE 65




Sadie Hawkins Dance
Finishes a Good Week




Bob Jopsox: Winner of Talent Show.



The "in" sound of Clifford Curry.



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Moonshiners invade Canipliell ColleRe



Moratorium





"Our earth is but a small star in the great
universe. Yet of it we can make, if we choose, a
planet unvexed by war, untroubled by hunger or
fear, undivided by senseless distinctions of race,
color or theory."

F. D. Roosevelt




STUDENT LIFE 67



Parent's Day: November 8, 1969




On November 8, parents of Camp-
bell students were invited to share an
eventful day in the Creek. Welcomes
were extended early in the day from
faculty and administration members.
The Camels provided excitement in the
afternoon by defeating Pembroke 4 to
0. In the evening parents were invited
to attend the campus production of
Hello Dolli). A reception given by Dr.
and Mrs. Wiggins concluded the day's
events.




68 STUDENT LIFE




STUDENT LIFE 69



Alpha Phi Omega




Through the brotherhood of this national service fraternity, the men of Alpha Phi Omega enjoy friendsliip and provide
leadership for a wide range of campus activities. Annually they sponsor such services as the Heart Fund Drive, the
Campus Cleanup, and other services on the campus. The club's advisor is Mr. Thomas Folwell.



From left to right, seated: Gene Fisher, Tom Oilman, President.
Standing: John'Weiler, Hal Collins, and Sid Altum.








Leadership, Friendsliip, Service.



70 ORGANIZATIONS




Alpha Phi Omega sponsored the "Ugly Man Contest.



Babdaba CiTtRiE, APO Sweetheart.



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Brothers relaxing somewhere out in the hoondocks



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Bird Watchers' Club



The Bird Watchers Club is composed of students, members of the faculty and other persons who enjoy observing birds
in their, habitat and wish to learn about them and their habits. The club encourages an interest in wildlife and conser-
vation by informative programs. Mr. Robert Soots is president and faculty sponsor of the club.







/e/f; Mrs. Inez Sadler, .Marslu
Mrs. Edith Frey.



Scott Cooper, Mrs. l!ob Soot,s,



liuford, Mike Calwell, Tai Adeleke,




Walker
Group



The Walker Group is a club for
biology students which instills in them
the high ideals and standards in the
fields of bology. Speakers and field
trips are sponsored by the group.



rir/l rijw: i'.lUni Wrenn, Gail Nelson, Anita Stone, Mr. Robert .Mclntjrc. Second row:
VVaiston Lcc, Knndy Lovett, Koger Harder, Edwin I'attcr.son, Tommy liroadwtll. Third
row: Ricky Walters, Bruce Stewart, Ed Zarabrana, .lay Banning, Ricky Hunt, Roger Con-
ner, Gerald Cnuldill, Mr. Bob Soots, Advisor.

72 ORGANIZATIONS



Social Science Club




From left: Dr. Vernon Stumpf, Advisor; Paul Hunt, President; Edith Coggins, Thomas Riddle, Christopher Mays,
William Lowe, Douglas Carter, Stanley Hare, Bruce Barrett, Edmund Miller, Max Adams, Pete Abbott, Austin Brady,
Neil Collins, David Whitby, Ralph Marchioni.



While concerning itself primarily with
the social sciences, the club does not limit
membership to social science majors. The
Social Science Club presents a wide va-
riety of speakers and programs through-
out the year, and sponsors field trips and
mock elections during election years.




npston as guest speaker



ORGANIZATIONS 73



The American Chemical Society




From left to riijht . first rnxc : Donald Ward, Linda Moore, Marion Reed, .June Yelton, Chester Beavers, Carl Davis, Jay Kaplan. Second
Randy Ixjwder, Roger Fields, David Hall, Ronald .lohnson, Tom Edgerton, Dr. Broughton, Advisor.


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