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Blubberhead. Aspirations: Teaching, travel, con-
tentment.... "



26. GERALD JOHNSTON, "JERRY"
Biology, Philosophy. Activities: Intermural
sports, Concert Comm. (S.G. A.), Yearbook,
Philosophy Club, B.B.B.; Charter member, Scuba
Club; vice pres., Blubberhead. Awards:

Honorary member ofQ.A. 1st right. Aspirations:
Save the world, after that, undecided!!!

27. CHRISTINA KRAMER, 'TINA"

College Republicans, Avatar, Christian Fellow-
ship, Finger Eaters. "To live and breathe on a
regular basis, work in publishing, be a leader
among men as an officer in the Air Force. "

28. LEE A. LANGSTON, "LOF"

History, Cheerleading, capt., SGA Upper Class
Q.A., Curriculum Comm., Provost Search Comm.,
Q.A. Dorm Council, Yearbook, Intramural
Sports, Tri Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta, Senator J. H.
Duff Award, '78, '79, Who's Who, Honorable
Mention in Glamour's Top Ten College Women,
'79. "Grad. School, eventually museum research,
to be happy above all. "



25. KATHY JACKSON, "ACTION"
SGA, Q.A. Dorm Council, Intramural Sports,
Who's Who. "A happy and successful future and
a job as a computer programmer. "




29. CONRAD BRIAN LAW, "BRIAN-SHOOT-
ALOT"

Basketball, B.S.U., R.A. "Grad. school."

30. ROBERT M ALLOY, "BOB"

Biology. Activities: S.G. A President, Upperclass
Commuter Rep., Sailing. Club, Intermural foot-
ball. Awards: Who's Who in American Colleges.
Aspirations: Masters, Doctorate, and teach
biology in a small college.

31. beth Mclaughlin, "murphy"

B.S. in Biology. Champs in Intramural Volley '76
and '77, Women's Soccer Coordinator (Intramu-
rals), sailing team '75-'76-'77, Men's Soccer team
manager '78, Graduate School Major in Wildlife
Biology.

32. SHERRI L. McLAURIN

Music, Cheerleading, B.S.U. sec, Choir. 'Grad
School at Catholic Univ. or Howard in D.C"

33. BETSY JANE MILLER, "B.J. , JANE"

Hum. Dev., Women's Tennis Team. "To work at a
travel agency or personnel staffing. "

34. NA OMI A . MOHR , "Omi"

Natural Science, R.A., Cheerleading, Who's Who,
"To acquire a career that will keep me working and
happy, eventually on to grad. school. "



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35. DAVID OSWALD, 'DAVE(y-poo)''
Biology. Activities: Canoe and Kayak Club/Team,
Pres., S.G.A.; Vice Pres., I.R.H.C, Dorm Council.
Resident Assist.. Senior R. A. (Caroline). Awards:
J. Frank Greenwell Award in curricular activities,
IRHC Award for Student Activities, Who's Who.
Aspirations: Grad school in Fisheries Management.

36. GEORGE M. PALMER, "RON, TOTO"

Soc. Set, Dorchester Dorm Council, Z.B.E., Intra-
murals, Varsity Baseball.

37. TOM POWERS, "TUCK''

Soc. Sci., Baseball Team, The Ucks, Athlete of the
Year, '79. "To go South.... "

38. LEROY PRESSLEY

Music. Activities: Vice President and co-founder
of M.E.N.C. 1977-78 President M.E.N.C. 1979,
BSU Treasurer 2 yrs., Choir, Chamber Singers,
Theater Productions 3 yrs.. Director and Founder
of St. Pete Claiver Choir 3 yrs., SMCM Christian
Fellowship 4 yrs. Awards: Outstanding Contribu-
tion to B.S.U., Who's Who Among College Stu-
dents (1977-78, 1978-79), Mrs. Franklin J. Green-
well for Outstanding Male for co-curricular
Activities (1979). Aspirations: Get M.A. & Ph.D.
in Music, Professional Theater, perform at the
Metropolitan Opera, get married and have 9 kids.

39. THOMAS S. SETTLE, "TOM"

Activities: The Way, Biblical Research and Teach-
ing, Fencing Club. History Award, '79. Aspira-
tions: To live with peace, to learn quietness and
harmony, through the word of God.

40. CHRISTINE SEXSMITH, "SEX"

Natural Science, Cheerleading, Captain's Award
'79, R.A., Intramurals, Environmental Protection
Intern, "A position in Wild Life.... "

41. SUSAN SILANSKIS

Art. Educ, SGA sec, R.A., Senior RA in QA, In-
tramural Sports, Who's Who '78, '79. "Teaching &
Staying Happy. "

42. MONTY SPINDLER

Activities: Sailing, Canoe and Kayak, Theatre.
Sailing Awards '79. "To be happy, healthy, sail,
ski and have lots of money. "



43. CLA UDE D ' THOMPSON, ' 'CL YDE ' '

Soc. Sc, Education. Activities: S.G.A.; underclass
Commuter Rep., Inermural football, Chamber
singers. Basketball manager. Resident Assist.,
Teacher Certification, Newspaper, S.S.M.C,
Philosophy club. Aspirations: To teach, travel, and
learn to live off the land.

44. LA VERNE M' TODD, "TODD"

Christian Fellowship, QA Dorm Council, Art Club,
Poster Design for "American Dream, " Costume
and set Design, "Sugar". Nominated for Wood-
carving Assoc, of America, "To share Christianity
with the world. "

45. SANDRA K. TURLINGTON, "SANDY"
Hum. Dev., "My aspirations are to get this degree
in Hum. Dev. and do something worthwhile with it,
hopefully help mentally retarded individuals. "

46. DONALD WATERS, "DW"

History. Activities: Varsity Swimming, Intermural
football, softball, basketball, Yearbook Editor,
Musical Performances: Concert '77, Spring Fair,
regular musician at Bambino's, S.M.C snackbar.
Awards: Mr. S.M.C. Aspirations: Work in the
park service, possibly start a career in music
business.

47. SHERRIL. WATERS

Music Educ, B.S.U., Choir, Chamber Singers,
Who's Who, Musical Theatre Productions, "Teach
music, pursue conducting and Ethnomusicology in
Grad. school. "

48. ANNE C. WEA VER

Theatre Workshops, Philosophy Club, "Little
Murderers," Senatorial Scholarship, "Happy flying
the Friendly Skies. "

49. SUSAN WRIGHT, "SUE, CORBY"

"Will be moving to New England this summer and
plan on pursuing my educ. in grad. school in dip-
lomatic history. "



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SPECIAL THANKS TO:

Maureen Auld
Reggie Chikar
Michael Collins
Jan Foster
Michael Glaser
Althea Handy
Erin Jeffers
Rob Jepson
Gordon Kester
Janet Knox
Jim Lee
John Nicholson
Cliff Smith
Beth Wilhelm



I can 't begin to convey the satisfaction I feel that I was able to be part of this publica-
tion. The gratitude I feel for all the people that helped in bringing it off is immense. It
makes me proud to know that the students supported this book so widely. With the help of
our advertisers and patrons, this book is a success.

It is the intention of this book to cover as many faces and activities as possible. It's
worth cannot be judged this year or next year, but ten years from now, when we all look
through it again. It is an encyclopedia of our memories, and that is what it is dedicated to.



And don't forget this is only Volume I.



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