EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY
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EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY I A
Who's Who Among Students 131
The Great Debate: ECU's Med School 201
Joyner LIbrary--gettin' better every day! 205
"It's Greek to Me!" 208
Curtain Up! 214
The Student Union: Making People Happy 222
Greenville, N.C.--Fun City, U.S.A. 232
Delayed Replay: The 1973-1974 Sports Scene 236
Times Have Changes (and we ain't whistlin' "Dixie") 256
A University Survives Puberty 260
EZU MUCK-IN-EAR 273
Senior Summaries/Index 289
Senior Summaries 290
Those of us who have been at ECU since the great boycott/visitation marches/ Fountainhead obscenity case of 1970-71 seem to have been through just about everything by now. We've seen the rise of the student movement, the immediate decline of the same, and now: streaking.
The inclusion of streaking along with student politics may seem inappropriate at first. However, ECU's student issues have never stemmed from earth-shaking things; the war in Vietnam caused only token interest, but visitation nearly had the campus in shards. ECU has always been what major campuses have only now become, a private- interest campus. We are, in short, interest- ed in our local cosmos.
Some observers claim that streaking at ECU is indicative of a great human/sexual awakening; the liberation of the student, and see tremendous social significance in nude running. A less profound thought is that streaking beats sitting around the Rat or the Crow's Nest, and is less trite than yet another parity raid. This editor can't agree fully with the "social significance" argu- ment; however, when you consider the progress made at ECU in general terms, streaking must fit in somewhere.
Four years ago getting visitation back was a vision of sorts, with students-versus- the Board of Trustees, and a march down Fifth Street - just to have co-ed visitation from 12 to 12. Today visitation is uniform, with one co-ed dorm and promise of a second. Four years ago this newspaper was under fire for printing obscenities, with students cheering on one side and adminis- tration and Greenville citizens writhing on the other. This year, the Buccaneer came out with at least half a dozen items which were declared either objectionable or obscene by critics. Instead of re-establishing the old students-administration rift, everyone established his or her own view of the matter. Most people simply said, "So what else is new?" and went about their business.
There have been changes in four years; we've seen a developing maturity in ECU students, or at least in student attitudes. And even the crowds who gather to watch streakers, or who participate in streaking, don't have the semi-obscene nature of the old panty-raiders. There's shouting, all right, and kidding around, but it's a cele- bration of sorts - no one's there just to stare or watch bodies. As for nudity - "So what else is new?"; but as a celebration of being alive, and of feeling secure enough and confident enough in living to streak, and of bringing in Spring with something nore natural than a panty raid or a three-day hangover, you can't beat streaking.
No, streaking doesn't signify any great new social order. It's basically a friendly sort of thing, rather brotherly-sisterly, and marks for all its convival madness, another small change at ECU, from the expected to the human. At least today, before it's hit the stage of triteness, nothing could be less indecent than streaking.
march 7, 1974 Fountainhead editorial
Passing on the street, conversing in the halls,
Just a glance or a word or two.
Brief encounters of great influence
That come to mind years later
In reflections of times both good and had.
Impressions . . .
Here now, gone in a moment.
fust important enough to implant memories
That become twisted and jumbied,
Often iost in the mass confusion of thought.
Life . . .
A continuous pattern of impressions.
Reflections that continue to become one
Yet split to become many
To enlighten or sadden each new day.
Leaves an impression upon the mind.
Impressions, reflections, memories . . .
Necessities in life, motivation for emotion
For lacking would he stoic and dead.
AS THEY SEEM. . .
I watched as the water trickled over the broken rocks
And spilled its liquid laughter
In ever-widening circles on the pond.
And I marveled at the coldness of its touch on my palm.
When all the world was sunny and warm.
Things are not always as (hey seem.
I watched as a snake slithered into the water,
And his motions were as fluid as the substance which buoyed him.
He was a patchwork of green, gold, and grey.
His beauty hypnotized me.
Then he struck and killed a baby loon.
Things are not always as they seem.
I watched a plane fly overhead -
A wonder of technology -
Its wings and body silver against the blazing sky.
Then it dumped its load of insecticide over a field.
I could see the animals flee to find clearer air to breathe.
Things are not always as they seem.
1 watched an old man walk softly through the trees.
He picked his way carefully among the underbrush.
He stopped suddenly, and for the first time
I could hear the panicked squeals of a trapped animal.
Then he reached down and removed the animal from the trap.
I noticed with cold anger the hunting bag on his back.
But he sat down on a fallen log
And making sure the creature was unharmed,
He soothed its fears
And let it go.
Things are not always as they seem.
helen marinne creech
i'm almost moved in
it's lonely and quiet
i hear distant voices
muttered and matted music
laughter that has no jokes to go with it
the clock ticks
and steps are heard in the hall
and cars drive by
it's dark outside
like everyone is living in a silent world
with glass walls
there are so many people living all at once
and anything is happening
but no one knows
who speaks the words
who sings the songs
who walks down the hall or
where the cars are going
Nielson at the Lectern
This morning once again, as yesterdayM\
I'll stand at lecture here.Each time I start
Impassive, stony faces meet my eyes
With flagrant unconcern. They sense a fear.
Oh, let me touch you, children! Smile at me!
I stare, dumb, at the words that I will read
Today, choking words that glue my throat
Like so much muciJage or so much paste
And strangle thoughts before they can be voiced:
Michelangelo's life, his painting
A ceiling on his back, creating both
Creation and a pitiless demise,
The way the other Michelangelo
Seems to have died, murdered as he was
And by a nameless infamy whose sin
Against humanity has not been fathomed,
Yet who could not have known the power in
Those hands, that face, that Puckish, girlish face
He painted often, painted lovingly:
God, to have been
Michelangelo liked boys, they say,
And he was sought by ciergy, sought by popes.
Then here am I. An aging, dying man,
I see myself grown senile, toothless, soft:
How will I face a mirror, or a glass?
Uncreative - but I appreciate
And that is half of art. Someone must look:
Someone must love. Perhaps I'll grow a beard.
To touch those hands! Those magic, artist's hands
That painted God so real He seems to fall,
That fondled young King David in the everlasting stone.
Who must have stood for that? Who felt the eyes
Of Michelangelo caress his adolescence?
So David danced before his Lord. The Lord,
If He appreciates aesthetic things,
Small wonder He crowned David as His king!
Still, what of me? What canvasses would I
Cover with the passion that was his?
The form? The color? Could I if I would?
Children, will you teach a balding fixture
The artistry of youth? Will your lithe limbs,
Your musky bodies (so in contrast here
With my forced, feigned respectability
All Listerined and Old Spice aftershaved)
Turn them toward me! Turn them toward a man
Who comes to you as Michelangelo
Lacking just his gift, his artist's hands
I see you in the mind with no less dream
Or vision in my heart.
There is a child
Who has come early in the room today,
I see him; he stares through me to the wall.
Would Michelangelo have sculptured that
Or would he, jealous, guard from others' eyes
The muscle and the sinew and the warmth
That will not last, that cannot he preserved?
He must have loved the Virgin very much.
Why else provide her with a young man's arm?
The other had no popes, but he had friends:
A life so different from his work, and yet
Because, they say, religious at the end
Though stabbed to death beside a Roman whore.
Christ too, of course, found Mary Magdalene
Not, shall we say, in Temple on her knees.
Those grinning boys he painted in his youth!
Triumphant Eros smiling so you'd think
With such a puzzled near self consciousness
The painter had just told an obscene joke
The boy could only partly comprehend
So laughed full loud to hid his ignorance.
Still, Monte paid more than d'Arpino could
And so the second Michelangelo
Became religious, painted holy saints
Old Matthew and the Virgin's bloated corpse,
And so he died. A moral must be there.
doug mc reynolds
Before Jason there was no one, only emptiness and despair, and then he taught me to laugh
and I saw things through a different light.
There is no love to compare with a child's,
no smile can say as much as his.
And now, no one can take his place my Jason.
trespassing on minutes
from year to year
the parting words of warriors
whispered on December's deathbed
become only silhouettes
reflected in a memory mirror
and the infants' January cry
the prologue of procreation
now in the age of Superman and Wonderwnmun
heaven and earth
embedded in zenith
entwine titanic tbighs
mountain und valley merge
sword impregnates deita
Darwin, the godfather
of these Spartan sons,
smiles at the colossal conception
blessing the future of the fittest
i had no choice; it was set before me and i was forced to try it though i hungered not
i disliked its acridity, its dual flavor of acidity and baseness, but now i've acquired a taste for life
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Claiborne, Janet M. Greensboro
Clark, Carmen P. Arlington, Va.
Clark, Frieda A. Cary
Clark, Jerry W. Greenville
Clark, Robert D. Reidsville
Claybrook, Cheryl L. Ayden
Clayton, Susan C. Roxboro
Clopton, Martha K. Henderson
Cobb, Peggy A. Farmville
Coble, Ray M. Snow Camp
Coggins, Carol S. Sanford, N.C.
Cole, Max T. Eagle Springs
Cole, Patricia D. Sanford
Cole, Susan T. Whiteville
Coleman, Barbara E. Neptune, N.J.
Collier, Dora B. Williamston
Cook, Elizabeth H. Lake Waccamaw
Cook, George G. Greenville
Cook, Harriet E. Wilson
Cook, Simon H. Rocky Mount
Cooley, Jan E. Mooresville
Cooper, Jan J. Burlington
Cope, Ronald E. Greenville
Corbett, Janice E. Greenville
Corbett, Sandra C. Goldsboro
Corriler, Randall A. Salisbury
Covington, James T., Jr. Winston-Salem
Cox, Guy O., Jr. Wilson
Crandall, Lela K. Robersonville
Crawley, Michael E. Littleton
Creech, Minya C. Pine Level
Creech, Patricia O. Kinston
Creech, Teresa J. Smithfield
Cromartie, Mary B. Chapel Hill
Crooke, Janet E. Monroe
Crosby, Johnnie J. Kosciusko, Miss.
Crotts, Deborah B. Jamestown
Crumley, Peter H. Morehead City
Culbreth, Barbara A.Greenville
Cullifer, Christopher Charlotte
Cummings, Alta A. Greensboro
Cunningham, Gerald A. Greensboro
Curlee, R. Judy Norwood
Cutts, Karen B. Dothan, Ala.
Cutts, Vicki M. Rocky Mount
Dail, Evelyn B. Dunn
Daly, Thomas F. Durham
Dameron, Beverly R. Burlington
Daughtry, K. Jan Asheboro
Daughtry, Patricia A. Goldsboro
Davenport, Frances E. Durham
Davies, Ralph D. Jacksonville
Davis, Aleene J. Elizabeth City
Davis, Beth S. Virginia Beach, Va.
Davis, James H. High Point
Davis, Karen L. Calpyso
Davis, Kenneth A. Wilson
Davis, Lynn E. Morehead City
Davis, Mamie L. Cerro Gordo
Davis, Pamela J. Rocky Mount
Davis, Paula M. Jamesville
Davis, Samuel K. Edenton
Davis, Stephen W. Alexandria, Va.
Davis, Susan B. Wilmington
Dawes, Karen R. Rocky Mount
Day, Marilyn L. Roxboro
DeBerry, Ginger C. Roanoke Rapids
DeBerry, Steven H. Conway
Dees, Mary M. Goldsboro
Deese, Jean D. Pageland, S.C.
Dennis, Edna P. Bethel
Denny, K. Elaine Concord
Denton, Thomas N., Jr. Greenville
Delamar, Dennis W. Oriental
Dempsey, Joanna H. Jamesville
Derrick, E. Leo, III Asheboro
Dewar, Theresa E. Bethel
Dillon, Charlotte D. Greensboro
Dixon, Sherry S. Winston-Salem
Dixon, Vivian A. Pittsboro
Dolacky, Deborah A. Havelock
Dodd, Debra A. Raleigh
Dollar, Kenneth L. Greenville
Dowd, Judy L. White Oak
Dowd, Kathy T. Edenton
Dowty, Lawrence E. Beaufort
Dudley, Jean D. Scotland Neck
Dudley, Sandra L. Washington
Duncan, Stephen T. Greenville
Dunn Edward G. Greenville
Dunn, Ernest C. New Bern
Dunn, James A., Jr. Kenansville
Dunning, Melissa M. Durham
DuPree, Deborah L. Angier
Eagan, Margaret D. Jacksonville
Eason, Troy E. LaGrange
Eastwood, Joanne H. Winterville
Eastwood, Norman E. Greenville
Edmonds, Leon D. Warrenton
Edmondson, Stuart W. Grifton
Edwards, James L. Granite Falls
Edwards, James O., III Greenville
Edwards, Michael D. Greenville
Edwards, Penny L. Wilson
Edwards, Roger D. Roseboro
Elliott, Elizabeth A. Hialeah, Fla.
Ellis, Mary F. Oxon Hill, Md.
Ennis, Wayne L. Raleigh
Ellis, Sue E. Fuquay-Varina
Epley, Timothy A. Asheville
Ervin, Harold M. Greenville
Estes, Walter R. Bay Shore, N.Y.
Eure, Beverly J. Roduco
Eure, Donna G. Greensboro
Eure, Joseph L., Jr. Eure
Eure, Joseph L. Gatesville
Eure, Rebecca E. Hertford
Eutsler, Stuart K., Jr. Kinston
Faber, Al Haledon, N.J.
Faddis, Jean A. Winston-Salem
Failing, Barbara A. Wilmington
Fairley, Thomas Laurinburg
Faison, Pamela V. Littleton
Fallon, Patricia D. Fayetteville
Faulk, Marcia J. Sanford
Faulkner, Pamela E. Albemarle
Ferguson, Edwin, G. Suffolk, Va.
Ferguson, Lesley A. New Bern
Ferrell, Kathy A. Gerner
Fisher, Sandra R. New Bern
Fischesser, Mike Winston-Salem
Filch, Janice M. Burlington
Fitzgerald, Linda S. Wilson
Fitzsimmons, Dora A. Wilmington
Flanary, Philip D. Fayetteville
Flowers, Richard C. Atlantic Beach
Floyd, Lawrence N. Middleburg
Fogleman, Joel L. Gibsonville
Ford, Patricia E. Chapel Hill
Forrest, John E. Vanceboro
Foster, John R. Winston-Salem
Foster, Joyce B. Richmond, Va.
Foster, Mary G. Kinston
Foster, Nancy Z. Greenville
Foster, Richard H. Mocksville
Fountain, Patricia L. Richlands
Fraser, Gloria J. Chapel Hill
Franz, Thomas H. Washington
Frazelle, Nancy B. Jacksonville
Frazier, Thomas H. Maple Hill
Freeman, Richard D. Wilson
Freeze, Carol A. Rockville, Md.
Frodella, Judy A. Merritt Island, Fla.
Fryar, William D., Jr. Greenville
Frye, Martha L. Wilmington
Fulcher, Ginger L. Morehead City
Fuller, Gail L. Garner
Fuller, James K. Pinetops
Fulp, Martha J. Walnut Cove
Futrell, James W. Bethel
Futrell, Sarah B. Branchville, va.
Galloway, Frances H. Creswell
Galloway, Jim R. Greenville
Gardner, Janet G. Warrenton
Garner, Suzanne K. Greensboro
Garrett, Rick Richmond, Va.
Gates, Donna K. Hickory
Gibson, Elizabeth A. Laurinburg
Gibson, Joseph R. Franklin, Va.
Giesentanner, Debra A. Asheville
Gilliam, Richard A. Fayetteville
Gillikin, Jesse E., Jr. Morehead City
Glasson, Linda C. Fayetteville
Glosson, Dally L. Siler City
Godwin, Charles B. Rocky Mount
Godwin, James E. Elm City
Godwin, Mary B. Elizabeth City
Goettman, Diana Greensboro
Gooding, Mary K. Winterville
Goodling, Richard T. Durham
Gould, Walter T., Jr. Greenville
Grant, Laura C. Beaufort
Gravlee, Lynne H. Greenville
Gray, Clifton D. Kinston
Gray, Robert A., Jr. Lillington
Greene, Larry D. Eure
Greenway, Vicky L. Henderson
Greiner, Karen L. Jacksonville
Griffon, Christopher Rocky Mount
Griffin, James W., Jr. Williamston
Griffin, Reggie S. Edenton
Griffin, Robert G. Washington
Griffith, Susan R. Greenville
Grimes, Rose M. Rocky Mount
Grochmal, Philip A. Virginia Beach, Va.
Grose, Donna J. Marion
Guenther, Carol M. Pomona, N.J.
Gunderson, Jons N. Winston-Salem
Guptill, Richard J. New Bern
Gurganus, Margaret C. Washington
Gutierrez, Joseph A., Jr. Winston-Salem
Haithcote, Nancy K. Greenville
Hall, Clyde S. Hickory
Halsey, Cynthia L. Jacksonville
Halyburton, Jennifer Hamlet
Ham, Dennis M. Snow Hill
Hamshar, Alice D. Durham
Hancock, Joel G. Harkers Island
Handsel, M. Lee Vass
Haney, Phyllis L. Autryville
Hardee, Daphne A. Elizabethtown
Hardman, Ray H. Roanoke, Va.
Harkins, Sophia S. Asheville
Harland, Sally L. Norfolk, Va.
Harrell, Docia V. Gatesville
Harrill, Kathryn M. Rockingham
Harris, Andrew J. Macon
Harris, Deborah L. Rocky Mount
Harris, Gerald L. Fayetteville
Harris, Phil A. Littleton
Harris, Richard D., Jr. Farmville
Harris, Tyler, B. Greenville
Harrison, Darrell L. Wake Forest
Harrison, Emily H. Snow Hill
Harrison, Peggy L. Garner
Hartness, Thomas S. Rocky Mount
Haskett, Karen J. Hertford
Hathaway, Kandice D. Asheboro
Haubenreiser, Joan Charlotte
Hawkins, Betsy A. Garner
Hawkins, Jacqueline Greenville
Hawley, Katie A. Lucama
Hawley, Thomas E., Jr. Dunn
Hayes, Christopher D. Sanford
Hayes, Jimmy B. Randleman
Heath, Pattie J. Allentown, Pa.
Heidenreich, Jan M. Greenville
Hemmerle, Richard L. Rocky Mount
Herring, Edward E., Jr. Durham
Herring, Hannah W. Fayetteville
Hester, Deborah J. Elizabethtown
Hickman, Patricia A. Charlotte
Higgins, James B. Alexandria, Va.
Hilbert, Sheila D. Newport
Hill, Robert M. Greenville
Hiliard, Ronald B. Macon
Hilton, Elizabeth W. Williamston
Hines, Samuel G. Goldsboro
Hinton, Quen Kinston
Hix, Cynthia E. Charlotte
Hobbs, Joe B. Easton
Hobby, Edward O. Durham
Hobgood, Earl W. Wilson
Hodges, Rita S. Grimesland
Hodson, Kay A. Washington, D.C.
Hoffman, John H. Holmdel, N.J.
Hogue, Robin M. Virginia Beach, Va.
Hoinville, Susan Greenville
Holcomb, Inglis G. Mt. Airy
Holden, Brenda F. Supply
Holder, Laster B. Lillington
Holley, Anita L. Colerain
Holliday, Randolph E. Greenville
Hollowell, Thomas L. Kinston
Holt, Stephen B. Fitchburg, Mass.
Holton, Deborah A. Creswell
Hooker, Sharon L. Concord
Hopewell, Janeth H. New Bern
Horne, Deborah L. Wilmington
Horne, Katherine C. Greenville
Horne, William H. Falls Church, Va.
Horton, Elizbeth C. Rocky Mount
House, Walter P. Greenville
Howard, Gayle R. Pink Hill
Howard, Millard D. Middlesex
Howe, Joseph L., jr. Asheboro
Howe, Patricia M. Raleigh
Howell, Kenneth W. Apex
Howell, Ruth B. Rocky Mount
Hudgins, Robert E. Lewisville
Hudson, Virgil F. Greensboro
Huffman, Anna K. Summerfield
Huggins, Margaret V. New Bern
Hughes, Phyllis L. Oxford
Hunicutt, Martin S. Clearwater, Fla.
Hunt, David M. Greenville
Hurst, Lawrence R. Fayetteville
Huse, Scott M. Little Silver, N.J.
Hutchins, Jacqueline K. Durham
Ingram, Deborah S. Norlina
Ivey, Peggy L. Lumberton
Jablonski, Harry J., Jr. Shallotte
Jackson, Mary H. Mountain Lakes, N.J.
Jacobs, Deborah L. Goldsboro
Jacobs, George D. Greenville
Jafari, Jamshid Greenville
Jarvis, Judy E. New Bern
Jenkins, B. Susan Gastonia
Jenkins, Ronald W. Wheaton, Md.
Jenkins, Thomas L. Rocky Mount
Jenkins, Wanda J. Wilson
Jernigan, Kenneth J. Dunn
Jewell, George T. Raleigh
Johnson, Bari L. Franklinville
Johnson, Becky M. Benson
Johnson, Christiana R. Kinston
Johnson, Franklin D., Jr. Greenville
Johnson, Lois J. Clayton
Johnson, Janet L. Raleigh
Johnson, Myra L. Warrenton
Johnson, Sandra K. Wake Forest
Johnson, Susan K. Apex
Johnson, Susie L. Henderson
Johnston, Margaret J. Concord
Jones, Cynthia D. Spindale
Jones, James R., II Farmville
Jones, Janice M. Buies Creek
Jones, Thomas D. Rocky Mount
Jones, William F. Selma
Jordan, Jeffrey H. Morrestown, N.J.
Joyner, Alvin Greenville
Joyner, Donald C. Henderson
Kale, Samuel B. Morehead City
Karr, Debra J. Albany, Ga.
Kassman, Janice F. Ithaca, N.Y.
Keel, Joseph G. Ahoskie
Keichline, Thomas D. Temple Hills, Md.
Kelly, Patricia E. Elizabeth City
Kelly, Sheila J. Dubuque, Ia.
Kendrick, Calvin L. Burlington
Kennedy, Albert G. Wilmington, Del.
Kennington, Kathy P. Chester, Va.
Kepley, William K. Salisbury
Kesler, Charles W. Greenville
King, Katherine H. Greenville
Konrady, Ronald E. Egg Harbor, N.J.
Krieger, Karen M. Fayetteville
Kirk, Emily R. Salisbury
Koonce, Debbie D. Raeford
Koonce, Junius H. Tarboro
Kornegay, Katherin G. Mt. Olive
Kornegay, William E. Rocky Mount
Krouse, Charles W. Morehead City
Lacks, Clifton F., Jr. Richmond, Va.
Lambeth, Susan B. Trinity
Lancaster, Joseph D. Rocky Mount
Lancaster, Ronald D. Greenville
Langley, Sandra L. Erie, Pa.
Laney, Michael N. Raleigh
Langley, Jennifer H. Greenville
Lanier, David C. Wilmington
Lassiter, Linda V. Selma
LaRussa, David C. Enfield, Conn.
Lashley, James W. Greensboro
Latino, Giovannia Greenville
Latour, Richard F. Greenville
Lean, Larry P. Fayetteville
Lee, James M. Smithfield
Lee, Joy E. Arapahoe
Lee, Michael J. Dunn
Lee, Michael S. Goldsboro
Lee, Katrina W. Salisbury
Lee, Lena M. Aulander
Lefler, Patrice D. Winterville
Lehman, Marie P. Delanco, N.J.
Lemons, Betsy A. Winston-Salem
LePors, Michael R. Faytteville
Lewis, Lois A. Raleigh
Lewis, Barbara C. Windsor
Lewis, Jimmie Brookly, N.Y.
Lilley, Cynthia J. Williamston
Lilley, William C. Williamston
Linville, Cheryl T. Farmville
Linville, Raymond N. Winston-Salem
Little, Thomas G., Jr. Greenville
Lloyd, Charles G. Durham
Lockee, Charles R. Lenoir
Long, Cathy J. Virginia Beach, Va.
Long, Marian F. Elizabeth City
Lovelace, Charlie E. Hurt, Va.
Lovett, Cindy L. Warren, Ohio
Lowry, Pamela S. Winston-Salem
Lucas, Robert V. Raleigh
Lynch, Donna A. Winston-Salem
MacDonald, James R. Hickory
MacDonald, John B. Greensboro
Machen, George H. High Point
Mackie, Fred M. Yadkinville
Macon, Sophia S. Newport News, Va.
Malone, Larry D. Raleigh
Malloch, Jo A. Gastonia
Mann, Marilyn S. New Smyrna Bch., Fla.
Mann, Ruth F. Pantego
Mann, Stephanie A. Charlotte
Mann, Terry L. Whiteville
Mann, Walter B., Jr. Cary
Manning, Norma E. Bethel
Manson, Ronald V. Havelock
Maron, Thomas E. Greenville
Marsh, Glenda R. Fayetteville
Marshall, Howard J. Currie
Marshall, Richard A. Hampton, Va.
Martin, Benjamin J., Jr. Hope Mills
Martin, Joanne Conway
Martin, Linda G. Fayetteville
Mason, Barbara E. Raleigh
Massengill, Dorie M. Fayetteville
Massey, Rose W. Greenville
Maughan, Elizabeth A. Raleigh
Mayo, Fred Selma
McCormick, Cornelia A. Fairmont
McCown, Robert W. Roanoke, Va.
McCue, Sandra A. Pitman, N.J.
McDaniel, E. Christianna Snow Hill
McDilda, Kenneth L. Emporia, Va.
McGhee, Muriel L. Greenville
McGinnis, Melody A. Kannapolis
McGowan, Ellen L. Greenville
McGram, Eileen Westbury, N.Y.
McKenzie, Syliva J. Fayetteville
McLawhon, Rhonda R. Wilmington
McLawhorn, Lynn A. Kinston
McLean, Judith K. Laurinburg
McLeod, Kathy E. Durham
McMahan, Patricia L. Wilmington
McMahon, Richard A. Vienna, Va.
McMichael, Lynda E. Wingate
McMillan, Laura A. Graham
McRae, Doris J. Fayetteville
Meads, Joyce J. Elizabeth City
Medlin, Jonsie L. Kinston
Mercer, Millard D. Lucama
Messer, William B. Clearwater, Fla
Metz, Linda M. Cary
Mickey, Sarah E. Lancaster, Pa.
Miller, Gerald W. Greenville
Miller, William D. Dunn
Millhiser, Tommy R. Roxboro
Mills, Craig K. Richmond, Va.
Mitchell, Jane F. Greenville
Mitchell, Linda D. Pittsboro
Mitchell, Paul C. Greenville
Mitchell, Richard S. Durham
Mitchener, Mary A. Concord
Mizell, Sonya O. Plymouth
Mobley, Alan L. Williamston
Monday, Gregg S. Vienna, Va.
Monson, Charles B. McLean, Va.
Montague, Samuel H. Goldsboro
Moody, Marilyn F. Winston-Salem
Moody, Sybil W. Raleigh
Moore, George E., Jr. Rocky Mount
Moore, Karen L. Lucama
Moore, Kathy J. Charlotte
Moore, Kenneth D., jr. Lexington, Va.
Moore, Shanna L. Franklinton
Moore, Stephen P. Reidsville
Moore, Teresa J. Charlotte
Moore, Wanda E. Macclesfield
Morgan, Linda C. Ellerbe
Morgan, Nancy J. Asheboro
Morris, Laura J. Charlotte
Morris, Lucy S. Miami, Fla.
Morrow, Thomas L. Greensboro
Morton, Albert F., Jr. New Bern
Muegge, Margaret Greenville
Mumford, Hal D. Greenville
Murphy, Jarvis R. Grifton
Musgrave, John N. Goldsboro
Myles, Dave M. Fairfax, Va.
Myrick, Michael D. Goldsboro
Nall, Judy M. Plymouth
Narron, John A. Goldsboro
Narron, John W. Wendell
Narron, Marcia P. Knightdale
Naylor, Gary L. Greenville
Neal, Susan W. Charlotte
Newsome, Carolyn A. Wilson
Newton, Doris L. Hertford
Nichols, Deborah L. Norwalk, Conn.
Nienstedt, James F., Jr. Morehead City
Nock, Amy R. Pocomoke, Md.
Norfleet, Patricia A. Pantego
Northcutt, Janice E. Cary
Nowell, Tommy T. Henderson
Noyes, Kathleen K. Marion
O'Brien, Michael J. Springfield, Va.
O'Neal, Kathy L. Louisburg
O'Neal, Margaret A. Stumpy Point
O'Neal, Melvin Wilson
Orr, Shirlene D. Dover
Outlaw, William B. Kinston
Owens, Bobby A. Hillsborough
Owens, Deborah J. Greenville
Owens, M. Kathryn Fountain
Owens, Teresa A. Garner
Overby, Herman W. Branchville, Va.
Ozment, Timothy H. Greensboro
Padgett, Charles E. Greenville
Page, Earl W. Durham
Page, Pamela K. Fayetteville
Palmer, John R. Charlotte
Parker, Annice D. Washington
Parker, Ruth G. Ahoskie
Parnell, Amelia A. Parkton
Parrish, Philip L. Durham
Parrish, Phyllis P. Smithfield
Parrott, Billy R. Kinston
Pate, June P. Beauford
Patterson, Thomas E. Durham
Paylor, Cheryl F. Kinston
Payne, Patsy L. Wanchese
Peacock, Ivan Y. Jacksonville
Pearce, Mary E. Durham
Pearson, Beth L. Pitman, N.J.
Peebles, Linda A. Fayetteville
Peeter, Pamela J. Granite Quarry
Pegram, Beverly A. Gastonia
Penfiled, Sandra W. Asheboro
Pennington, Betty A. Raleigh
Perkins, Vicki L. Goldsboro
Perry, William E. Kinston
Perryman, Thomas R. Winston-Salem
Peterson, Donna S. Arapahoe
Peterson, James N. Clinton
Peterson, William P., Jr. Clinton
Phelps, Debra G. Greenville
Phelps, Ellen J. Raleigh
Phillips, Carolyn C. Goldsboro
Phillips, Robert D. Fayetteville
Phipps, William W. Tabor City
Pickard, Wanda V. Durham
Pickens, Deborah A. Charlotte
Pierce, Cynthia E. Princeton
Pierce, T.R. Greenville
Pierpoint, Virginia P. Henderson
Pike, Douglas W. Littleton
Pitt, Michael H. Rocky Mount
Pittman, Barbara J. Scotland Neck
Pittman, Deborah F. Hookerton
Pittman, Robert D. Greenville
Pittman, Robert M. Rocky Mount
Pitts, John F. Charlottesville, Va.
Pollard, Rachael A. New Bern
Powell, Alfres W. Roanoke Rapids
Powell, Richard W. Newport News, Va.
Price, Dewey W. Brown Summit
Price, Tona M. Goldsboro
Prince, Robert G., Jr. Rocky Mount
Provo, Frances D. Greenville
Purcell, Samuel M. Salisbury
Quash, Earl L. Alexandria, Va.
Quick, Roy A. Hamlet
Rains, Linda S. Princeton
Rambo, Sarah K. Charlotte
Ramsey, Ronald W. Crouse
Ramsey, Wanda W. Charlotte
Ratliff, Robert W. Winston-Salem
Ray, Larry C. Greenville
Reavis, David C. Henderson
Redding, Kathy M. Concord
Redding, Thomas M. Lewisville
Reimann, Alan D. Sar Hills, N.J.
Renfrow, Sharon K. Kenly
Rettgers, Bonnie J. Alexandria, Va.
Revelle, Connie M. Warsaw
Rice, Christopher M. Winston-Salem
Rice, Linda L. Bellevue, Wash.
Richards, C. Thomas Richmond, Va.
Richey, Sara F. Westfield, N.J.
Ripper, Edward H. Arlington, Va.
Rippy, Robert S. Elon
Robbins, Linda S. Halifax
Roberson, Nan E. Robersonville
Roberson, Roosevelt Greenville
Roberson, William W. Robersonville
Robertson, Paulette L. Proctorville
Robinson, Cathy D. Gastonia
Robinson, Katherine E. Garysburg
Robinson, Sharon D. Charlotte
Rockwell, Keith R. Greenville
Rogers, Robin R. Greenville
Rogerson, Nancy D. Kenly
Ronzo, Elizabeth M. Midway Park
Rook, Kathy T. Bethel
Rose, Alice S. Belhaven
Roundtree, Edna R. Winterville
Rountree, Wilton G. Tarboro
Rouse, Beverly S. Jacksonville
Rouse, Iris H. Seven springs
Rouse, Linda A. Belhaven
Rowell, Ronnie E. Raleigh
Ruffin, Michael F. Greenville
Sanders, Brenda L. Youngsville
Sanders, Emily D. Four Oaks
Satterwhite, Teresa G. Henderson
Sauls, Barbara A. Goldsboro
Saunders, Frank W., Jr. Greenville
Saunders, Kirk Y. Kailua, Hawaii
Saunders, Linda R. Raleigh
Saunders, Sue W. Franklinville
Sawyer, Kenneth R. Plymouth
Sawyer, Theodore, H., Jr. Burlington
Sayer, Cynthia A. Bethesda, Md.
Schaler, David D. Arlington, Va.
Schmidt, Andrew H. Old Tappan, N.J.
Scott, David W. Morganton
Scronce, Jeanne J. Newton
Sealey, Linda J. Raleigh
Self, David B. Winston-Salem
Sessions, Janet Y. Whiteville
Sellers, Bonnie S. Whiteville
Settle, Willie L. Reidsville
Sharp, Judy D. Raleigh
Shearin, Harriet L. Rocky Mount
Shearin, Steven A. Rocky Mount
Shearon, Joel W. Greenville
Shelton, Marjorie T. Walstonburg
Sheperd, Francis D. Richmond, Va.
Shetterly, Jane Alexandria, Va.
Short, Daisy D. Siler City
Shuller, Carol Southport
Shumaker, Donald H. Merry Hill
Sibley, Barbara R. Greenville
Simmons, Cindy J. Goldsboro
Simmons, Larry d. Grifton
Simonds, Stephen H. Rockville, Md.
Singletary, Gregory H. Whiteville
Sitterson, Sue B. Robersonville
Sizemore, Joyce E. Germantown
Skinner, Margaret L. Williamston
Slaton, Joseph G. Monroeville, Pa.
Sloan, Jo Anne Durham
Smallwood, Shirley J. Windsor
Smith, James H., Jr. Dunn
Smith, Jane M. Rocky Mount
Smith, Jennifer L. Grifton
Smith, Kenneth W. Beaufort
Smith, Mary K. Clayton
Smith, Ralph L. Kitty Hawk
Smith, Ruby A. Kinston
Smith, Virginia L. Winston-Salem
Smith, William B. McLeansville
Snyder, Robert E. Burlington
Solier, George A. Alexandria, Va.
Soltys, Martha L. Midway Park
Southern, Thomas L. Chapel Hill
Speight, Jasper A. Greenville
Speight, Johnny L. Greenville
Speight, Vivian M. Wilson
Squires, Donald W. Elizabethtown
Stallings, Julie D. Spencer
Starling, Fred A. Greensboro
Steed, Michael R. Trinity
Steelman, Jack S. Greenville
Stein, Georgia A. Rocky Mount
Stephens, Doris M. Cary
Stocks, Donald A. Hookerton
Stoner, Albert L., III Macon
Stubbs, Harry W., III Greenville
Sturm, Vaughn E. Havelock
Styron, Anna G. Harkers Island
Suffern, Nancy A. Jacksonville
Suggs, Elizabeth K. Rocky Mount
Sullivan, Daniel K. Burlington
Sullivan, Robert M. Wilmington
Summerell, Vernon G. Virginia Beach, Va.
Swain, Irvin R., Jr. Kinston
Swann, Jeffrey S. Greensboro
Swann, Margaret S. Asheville
Swanner, M. Darlete Edenton
Swanson, Deborah H. Rocky Mount
Swayze, Charlotte E. Lillington
Swensson, Karen C. Chadds Ford, Pa.
Swicegood, Jay A. Edenton
Sykes, Tanya S. Rocky Mount
Tart, Frances S. Kinston
Tayloe, Hulda M. Colerain
Taylor, Aruthur W., III Suffolk, Va.
Taylor, Debra B. Farmville
Taylor, Del K. Goldsboro
Taylor, Elizabeth J. Kinston
Taylor, Harriette R. Goldsboro
Taylor, Kathy A. Burlington
Taylor, Lou Anne Hookerton
Taylor, Marie E. Wilson
Taylor, Marilyn S. Wilson
Taylor, Roland E., Jr. Kinston
Taylor, Vicki S. Swansboro
Terrell, Lynne C. New Bern
Terrell, Steve S. Hickory
Thomas, Brenda F. Bunnlevel
Thomas, Judy E. Rocky Mount
Thomas, Susan D. High Point
Thompson, Becky J. Randleman
Thurman, Pamela J. Pennington, N.Y.
Tillery, John B. Halifax
Timanus, Della A. Charlotte
Tingle, Julia C. Oriental
Tipton, Freddie A. Havelock
Tippette, Burt T. Enfield
Tkach, Joseph A. Midway Park
Towe, James M. Greenville
Townsend, Charles W. Greenville
Townsend, Gerald A. Whiteville
Townsend, Susan A. Wallace
Trawick, Charles W. Burgaw
Tripp, Laura E. Washington
Tucker, Charles F. Roanoke Rapids
Tucker, Dale K. Greenville, S.C.
Turner, Susan M. Scotch Plains, N.J.
Tyner, Randolph A. St. Pauls
Urshel, Susan E. Stoneville
Van Wagner, Melisa J. Oakhurst, N.J.
Varela, Samari Costa Rica, C.A.
Vaughan, Joseph N. Murfreesboro
Vereen, David M. Greenville
Verlinden, Gregory F. Raleigh
Vincent, Janis N. Greenville
Vinson, Thomas M. Conway
Vinson, Trudy J. Clayton
Voliva, Susan K. Columbia
Volkman, Gilda E. Cherry Hill, N.J.
VonBartheld, Jon C. River Edge, N.J.
Vroom, Bob Commack, N.Y.
Vulgan, Joseph M. Charlotte
Wade, Nyra H. Kinston
Walden, E.G. Greenville
Waldron, Rosemary A. Whiteville
Walker, James W. Macon
Wall, Naomi B. Kinston
Wallace, Marian E. Washington
Walter, Joann L. Richmond, Va.
Ward, Teresa A. Pink Hill
Ward, Veronica Winterville
Warren, Barbara A. Newton Grove
Warren, Mary K. Statesville
Warwick, Peggy Fair Bluff
Waters, Donald D. Raleigh
Watkins, Fred O., III Greenville
Watson, Jewel K. New Bern
Watson, Mary R. Seven Springs
Waynick, Martha S. Greensboro
Weaver, Mary E. Kenly
Webb, Donna L. Wilson
Webb, Elizabeth M. Pinetops
Weeks, Rebecca A. Swansboro
Weintraub, Edward L. Long Branch, N.J.
Weirich, Mike J. Virginia Beach, Va.
Wells, Donald A. Greenville
Wells, Ilet B. Teachey
Werdal, James A. Greenville
Westmoreland, James R. Statesville
Whaley, Alta K. Beulaville
Whaley, William C. Goldsboro
Wharton, John H. Reidsville
Wheeler, Deborah L. Goldsboro
Wichard, Carolyn L. Bethel
Whisnant, Diana L. Hickory
White, Laura L. Adelphi, Md.
White, Mitchell E. Greenville
White, Peggy F. Hertford
Whitehurst, Cathy S. Robersonville
Whitehurst, Sharon R. Charlotte
Whitley, Beverly S. Greenville
Whitley, Charles D. Portsmouth, Va.
Whitley, Janet M. Rocky Mount
Wike, Donald J. Lewisville
Wilkerson, Lawrence T. Virgilina, Va.
Wilkinson, Henrietta D. Scotland Neck
Willer, Lonnie E. Greenville
Williams, Cynthia L. Raleigh
Williams, David L. Greenville
Williams, Emerson R. Snow Hill
Williams, Ethel G. Richards-Gebaur, Mo.
Williams, Gloria E. Kinston
Williams, James M. Durham
Williams, Nancy E. Apex
Williams, Loujeanie Deep Run
Williams, Robert E. Goldsboro
Williams, Vicki J. Rocky Mount
Williford, Robert L. Farmville
Wilson, Kay F. Greenville
Wilson, Nancy L. Rocky Mount
Windley, Charles B. Pinetown
Winslow, Janice L. Hertford
Wong, Henry D. Midway Park
Wood, Carol A. Richlands
Wood, Deborah L. Fayetteville
Wood, Deborah L. Vienna, Va.
Wood, George H. Greenville
Wood, Kenneth L. Charlotte
Wood, Sheila J. Randleman
Woodard, Anne T. Woodland
Woodard, Calvin S. Severn
Woodward, Jeffrey L. Alexandria, Va.
Wolfe, Carol A. New Bern
Woolard, Almeta A. Washington
Woolard, Janet P. Washington
Woolard, Sharon L. Washington
Wooten, Joan Walstonburg
Wray, Marsha L. Greensboro
Wyatt, Leslie J. Goldsboro
Wyks, Donald W. Wenowah, N.J.
Yelverton, Harold D. Fremont
Yardley, Jeffrey M. Durham
Yopp, Edward R. Charlotte
York, Cathy L. High Point
Yount, Stephen B. Rockingham
Zalewski, Christine M. Dickson City, Pa.
Zellon, Sylvia C. Greenville
Ackert, Rebecca S. Havelock
Adams, Kathy G. Raleigh
Adiele, Andy C. Nigeria, Africa
Advincula, June A. Spring Lake
Albea, Catherine S. Raleigh
Allison, Gail M. Bridgeton, N.J.
Alphin, Sharon G. Mt. Olive
Ambrose, Deborah K. Pinetown
Andrews, Paul Milton Wilson
Andrews, Willie L. Robersonville
Anderson, Jenni Chantilly, Va.
Ange, Cynthis A. Jamesville
Angel, Phyllis K. Sanford
Archer, Pamela F. Roanoke Rapids
Arthur, Robert C. New Bern
Auman, Kathryn A. Roanoke Rapids
Aussant, Kin M. Wilson
Averett, J. Cynthia Greenville
Avery, Carol L. Raleigh
Awar, Samie A. Konnayel, Lebanon
Aycock, Merry S. Wilson
Bailey, Daphne J. Williamston
Bailey, Margert J. Wake Forest
Baker, Brooks P. Raleigh
Baker, Frances S. Windsor
Baker, Janet L. Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Baker, Sandra K. Calypso
Baldwin, Barbara J. Durham
Bales, Trudi A. Winston-Salem
Bales, Mollie M. Winston-Salem
Ballard, Doris A. Tarboro
Ballard, Eva E. Concord
Banks, Robert B. Trenton
Barclay, Patrick J. Elizabeth City
Barefoot, Robert A. Fayetteville
Barnfield, Marilyn K. Merry Hill
Barnes, Debra M. Spring Hope
Barr, Robert F. Kinston
Barrett, Glends A. Roanoke Rapids
Basnight, Eleanor D. Camden
Bass, Roy R. Edenton
Batchelor, Karen L. Rocky Mount
Baysden, Sheila C. Richlands
Beaman, Jackie C. Farmville
Beaman, Mary K. Snow Hill
Bear, Belinda A. Springfield, Va.
Beavers, Kathryn A. Enfield
Beckner, William H., III York, Pa.
Bedini, Leadra A. Washington, D.C.
Beeson, Christopher S. Kennersville
Bell, Lesa S. Clinton
Bell, Robbie S. Greenville
Benbow, Kenneth M. Whiteville
Bender, William E. Norlina
Bennett, M. Elaine Lillington
Benton, Douglas F. Eden
Best, Olivia G. Goldsboro
Best, Reba A. Raeford
Bickley, Gary S. Kinston
Billings, Sarah A. Lexington
Bisplinghoff, Gail L. Durham
Blust, Paul E. Greensboro
Boggs, Sydna J. Springfield, Va.
Bogue, Wanda L. Fremont
Boham, Linda S. Jackson
Boiselle, Kathy D. Fayetteville
Bond, Ann K. Holland, Va.
Bone, Gloria S. Rocky Mount
Bone, Troy L. Roanoke Rapids
Borst, Janice K. Charlotte
Boutilier, Janice K. Havertown, Pa.
Bowe, Michael G. Toms River, N.J.
Bowen, Carrie D. Windsor
Bowen, Debra S. Woodland
Boyd, Rae A. New Bern
Boykin, J. Ray Sharpsburg
Bradley, Robert A. Winston-Salem
Bradner, Sydney M. Chester, Va.
Brammer, Harold L. Elon
Brammer, Howard L. Elon
Brann, Eugenia C. Snow Hill
Brenner, Holly A. Greenville
Bright, Martha A. Ayden
Briley, Cathy D. Reidsville
Briley, Judith C. Greenville
Brim, John R. Winston-Salem
Brooks, Janice E. Winston-Salem
Brooks, William M. Greenville
Broom, Hazel I. Goldsboro
Brothers, Marilyn B. Elizabeth City
Broughton, Pamela S. Durham
Brown, Carl E. Durham
Brown, Carolyn S. Goldsboro
Brown, Henry C., Jr. Goldsboro
Brown, Sarah E. Huntersville
Browning, Paula L. Durham
Brumbeloe, Rebecca A. Farmville
Bryan, Kathy L. Virginia Beach, Va.
Bryan, Phyllis J. Rocky Mount
Bryant, Kathy M. Sanford
Buffaloe, Alice K. Rocky Mount
Bullock, David M. Greenville
Bunn, Nancy C. Spring Hope
Burch, Joni P. Henderson
Burden, Wingate R., Jr. Annandale, Va.
Burnette, Wilbert T. Pittsboro
Burroughs, Janice L. Charlotte
Butler, James M., Jr. Lewiston
Butler, Marsha M. Clinton
Byerly, Eddie B. Winston-Salem
Bynum, Jack L. Pinetops
Byrne, Joel A. Rocky Mount
Campbell, Ann J. Durham
Cannon, Gwynne L. Penns Grove, N.J.
Carpenter, Marcus G., III Durham
Carr, Sharon D. Wilson
Carr, William H., Sr. Miami, Fla.
Carreh, Linda M. Penns Grove, N.J.
Carrow, Ann Penns Grove, N.J.
Carson, Jacqueline L. Bethel
Carter, Ivy T. Wallace
Carter, Peggy J. Angier
Caruthers, Carolyn K. Burlington
Cauley, Vernon L. Kinston
Cashion, Jackie O. Sanford
Casstevens, Denise C. Yadkinville
Cates, Tom W. Selma
Cederberg, Donna M. Rocky Mount
Chadwick, Jeffery L. Silver Spring, Md.
Chance, Larry D. Robersonville
Chen, Winston E. Greenville
Chesson, Larry G. Roper
Childs, David S. Wadesboro
Christenberry, Julia D. Tarboro
Clapp, Debra A. Siler City
Clare, Thomas M. Stanford, Conn.
Clark, Cathy M. Greenville
Clark, Elaine A. Kinston
Clark, Vicky G. Greenville
Clemens, Paula J. Garner
Cobb, Constance N. Winston-Salem
Cobb, Patricia D. Wilson
Coble, Rebecca A. Alexandria, Va.
Cofer, Richard S., III Greenville
Cohen, Fred B. Raleigh
Coker, Claire L. Benson
Collins, Betty E. Louisburg
Collins, Jenny W. Fayetteville
Collins, Kenneth G. Pollocksville
Collins, Marie M. Virginia Beach, Va.
Comer, L. Kathi Carthage
Constant, Catherine A. New Bern
Conyers, Edith P. Franklinton
Cooper, Patricia B. W. Trenton, N.J.
Cooper, Thomas C., Jr. Windsor
Costin, Gail Warsaw
Covert, Jon B. Newport
Cox, Carol L. Burlington
Cox, Deborah S. Sanford
Cragg, Patricia R. Salisbury, Md.
Craig, Terry S. Gastonia
Crandall, Larry E. Plymouth
Crawfrod, Cathy S. Greenville
Creech, Willie R. Selma
Cribb, Suzanne M. Roanoke Rapids
Crissman, Dorothy E. Broadway
Crocker, Syliva Z. Selma
Crone, Douglas A., Jr. Springfield, Va.
Croom, Ashley C. Robersonville
Cullipher, Merlin V. Merry Hill
Cunningham, Vicki Monroe
Cutler, Clyde D., Jr. Pinetown
Darnell, Thomas B. Silver Spring, Md.
Davenport, Deloris F. Columbia
Davidson, Donna S. Statesville
Davis, Betty G. Greenville
Davis, James M. Mt. Olive
Davis, Jean J. Morehead City
Davis, Lisa N. Beaufort
Dawson, Dennis L. Wilson
Deal, Vickie K. New Bern
Dellinger, Loy J. Greenville
Denton, Laura R. Whitakers
Derence, Sam D. Greensboro
Dickens, Barbara G. Whiteville
Dill, Hal G. New Bern
Dill, William L. New Bern
Dillon, John M. Dunelleh, N.J.
Dills, Helen M. Greensboro
Dixon, Debra J. Hendersonville
Dixon, Jean E. Hubert
Dobson, Jeanne L. New Bern
Dodd, Kristy L. Wilmington
Dodson, James W. Greensboro
Dodson, Sidney L. Franklin, Va.
Domme, Cynthia A. Virginia Beach, Va.
Dudley, Jannette O. Knightdale
Dunn, Mary T. Oriental
Dunn, Shirley M. Murfreesboro
Durham, David A. Kinston
Dussinger, Sharon L. Alexandria, Va.
Eargle, Judyth A. Raleigh
Easterling, Cyntha L. Greenville
Edwards, Deborah R. Greenville
Edwards, Joyce A. Winterville
Edwards, Lollie C. Pendleton
Edwards, Marian L. Tobaccoville
Edwards, Richard C. Raleigh
Edwards, Wanda S. Wilson
Edwards, Thomas C., Jr.
Ellison, Stephen L. Greensboro
Englert, David H. Dix Hills, N.Y.
Ertis, Michael Kinston
Erwin, Alice R. Rockingham
Evans, Larry G. Henderson
Everett, C. Blair Garner
Ey, Alice N. New Bern
Farmer, William L. Rocky Mount
Farrar, Jackson L. Cary
Fauntleroy, Talmage R. Hampton, Va.
Feezor, Marion J. Siloam
Ferguson, Lydia S. Suffolk, Va.
Ferrell, Walton J. Lucama
Field, Bruce E. Newport News, Va.
Fishel, Emma R. Franklinton
Fisher, Sharon J. Greenville
Flake, Patsy J. Farmville
Flanagan, Terrence G. Myer, Va.
Fleming, A. Wilkes Greenville
Flinchum, Sharon A. Carthage
Flora, Steven W. Winston-Salem
Flowers, Ramona L. Rocky Mount
Floyd, Robin L. Henderson
Forman, Margaret L. Durham
Foster, Susan B. Burlington
Franke, Leo P. Winterville
Franklin, Nancy V. Raleigh
Franks, Horace R. Tarboro
Freeman, Donald S. Highland Park, N.J.
Fulton, Amy C. Durham
Futrelle, Frances K. Kenansville
Gardners, Julie D. Raleigh
Garris, Debbie Fountain
Garrison, Robert E. Burlington
Gautier, Nancy K. Washington
Giambalva, Roxanne T. St. James, N.Y.
Gibson, James H., Jr. Rockingham
Gibson, William B. Rocky Mount, Va.
Glass, James D., Jr. Newton Square, Pa.
Gobble, Clarence L. Winston-Salem
Godfrey, Deborah A. Washington, N.J.
Godwin, Rhonda H. Smithfield
Goff, Virginia A. Wilson
Goldman, Elaine H. Norfolk, Va.
Goodell, Robert D. Greenville
Goodman, Deborah L. Statesville
Goodrich, Catherine L. Mt. Olive
Gordon, Stephen H. Greensboro
Gorham, Janet E. Battleboro
Graham, George M. Fayetteville
Gray, John L. Thomasville
Gray, Rodney E. Greenville
Green, Michael M. Salem
Green, Sydney A. Franklinton
Gresham, David S. N. Wilkesboro
Griffin, Marsha G. Winston-Salem
Griffin, Rebecca J. Snow Camp
Grissom, Kathryn L. Wilmington
Gunderson, Mark C. Winston-Salem
Gupton, Kyle L. Chester, Va.
Gurkin, Jack R. Chocowinity
Guthrie, Jellen R. Swansboro
Guy, Philip W. Rocky Mount
Hackney, Robert E. Greensboro
Hagan, C. Jeanne Goldsboro
Hagna, Lydia L. Marion
Hall, Denise M. Ruthin Glen, Va.
Hamilton, Gary N. Adana, Turkey
Hamilton, Virginia S. Brookly, N.Y.
Hanna, Nancy C. Salisbury, Md.
Hannan, Emma-lou P. Greenville
Hannibal, Alice S. Kinston
Harbaugh, Gregory A. Westfield, N.J.
Harbers, Kathleen E. Albemarle
Hardin, Melva A. Kannapolis
Hardison, Chester C., Jr. Plymouth
Hardy, Phillip A. Pikeville
Hare, Paul R. Murfreesboro
Harrell, Deborah A. Graham
Harrell, Michael A. New Bern
Harrington, Robert M. Ayden
Harris, Alan M. Roanoke Rapids
Harris, Becky New Bern
Harris, Norman G., Jr. Henderson
Harris, Susan E. Gastonia
Harris, Sharon M. Trenton
Hart, Karol A. Farmville
Hartwell, Judith M. Statesville
Hatch, Joseph E. Mt. Olive
Hay, Christopher Simsburg, Conn.
Hedrick, Robert S. Thomasville
Hellekson, Sally J. Maxton
Heller, Lisa Farmville
Hemenway, Pamela J. Rocky Mount
Henderson, Donna M. Kinston
Herring, William B. Tomahawk
Hicks, Elizabeth E. Rocky Mount
Hill, Elnora Y. Garland
Hill, Enda E. Washington
Hilliard, Jerry E. Raleigh
Hobbs, Cheryl L. Greensboro
Hobbs, Gary L. Elizabeth City
Hobgood, Linwood T. Fayetteville
Hodges, David K. Rocky Mount
Hoggard, Minnie C. Windsor
Holden, Susan L. Bronxville, N.Y.
Holland Ricky T. Mt. Olive
Holton, Alexander, M., Jr. New Bern
Honnet, Janice E. Havelock
Horne, Nelda S. Whiteville
House, Jean C. Bethel
House, Lonnie F. Hobgood
Hubbard, Patricia J. Omaha, Neb.
Hudnell, Milburn, R., Jr. Belhaven
Hughes, Ronald A. Fayetteville
Hulsey, Barbara J. Carthage
Hulsey, Julie G. Atlanta, Ga.
Humphries, Susan L. Brandon, Miss.
Hutcherson, Valerie L. Ahoskie
Icard, Charles A. Evergreen
Ilsley, Dale H. Wiliston, N.Y.
Ipock, William R. Pollocksville
Jackson, Andrew S. Elizabeth City
Jackson, Ava E. Goldsboro
Jackson, Cathy L. Dunn
Jackson, Sallye J. Fairfax, Va.
Jackson, Terry L. Hamptonville
James, Debra L. Greenville
James, Marcia K. Greenville
Jefferies, Anna C. Burlington
Jefferson, Gretchen A. Farmville
Jeffords, Daphne G. Wilmington
Jenkins, C. Glenn, II Dallas
Jenkins, Charles F. LaGrange
Jenkins, Cynthia J. Robersonville
Jennings, Jane L. Wilmington
Jernigan, Charlotte R. Aulander
Johannesen, Robert W., Jr. Greenville
Johnson, Claudia E. Fayetteville
Johnson, Joseph L. Goldsboro
Johnson, Karen J. Colonial Heights, Va.
Johnson, Landrea K. Maxton
Johnston, Lloyd W., Jr. Greenville
Jones, Eva D. Cove City
Jones, Iris M. Nakina
Jones, Kathy D. Smithfield
Jones, Laura A. Goldsboro
Jones, Michael D. Virginia Beach, Va.
Jones, Phoebe Richlands
Jones, Teresa L. Wheaton, Md.
Jordan, Cheryl A. Colonial Heights, Va.
Jordan, Letha G. Fayetteville
Joyner, Elizabeth R. Farmville
Justice, Gary P. Snow Camp
Kasper, Linda K. Silver Spring, Md.
Kaylor, Alice L. Goldsboro
Kearney, James J., III Littleton
Keeter, Rebecca J. Greenville
Keith, Angela G. Lillington
Keller, Virginia C. Cerro Gordo
Kelly, Susan E. Cameron
Kemezis, Lea M. Closter, N.J.
Key, Jayne G. Winston-Salem
Key, Paula S. Ararat
Keyser, Bonnie M. Clemmons
Killingsworth, Kathy T. New Bern
Kimmel, Frances M. Dunn
Kirk, Edward B. Durham
Klenke, Dwight A. Travis AFB, Calif.
Kluttz, Hugh L. Concord
Kluttz, Pamela D. Mt. Pleasant
Knight, Leslie E. Charlotte
Knox, Auretta D. Cornelius
Koonce, Kathy N. Trenton
Kornegay, Susan E. Tarboro
Krause, Gary K. Elizabeth City
Krewek, Ray A. Greenville
Kuczynski, Lynn A. Goldsboro
LaGrange, Perry K. Rocky Mount
Lamm, Jim LUmberton
Lamp, Nancy E. Oxford
Lancaster, Alice L. Rocky Mount
Landis, Jodie P. Rocky Mount
Langston, Jeannine B. New Bern
Langston, Lucretia L. Temple Hills, Md.
Lanier, Philip J. Winston-Salem
Lasater, Edward U. Erwin
Laskowski, Constance Livingston, N.J.
Lawrence, Nan G. Mount Airy
Layden, Rita M. Belvidere
Leach, Lynwood W. Cameron
Lee, Jack Lumberton
Lee, Robert T. Rocky Mount
Leggett, Nancy C. Greenville
Leggette, Evangeline Bridgeton
Leonard, Jeryl G. Beaufrot
Letchworth, Stanley A. Tarboro
Leutgens, Kevin M. Jacksonville
Levine, Zev B. Reidsville
Lewis, Lois R. Hillsborough
Lewis, Wilburn L., Jr. Greensboro
Light, nancy J. Newark, Del.
Liles, Philip F. Sanford
Lindell, Judy D. Fayetteville
Lindley, John T. Raleigh
Little, William T. Roanoke Rapids
Long, Anita L. Durham
Long, David E. Durham
Longworth, Nancy E. Virginia Beach, Va.
Lovell, Kirk M. New Bern
Lowrance, Patricia A. Charlotte
Lowry, Frieda N. Pembroke
Lucas, Blaine K. Virginia Beach, Va.
Lucas, Dalphine Elm City
Lucas, Robert M. Erwin
Lundy, Sara A. Charlotte
Luper, Anita Y. Rocky Mount
Lupton, James L., Jr. Washington
Lyerly, William J. Kinston
Lynch, Kathie I. Hillsborough
Mahaffey, Charles O., Jr. Winston-Salem
Mangum, Baxter D. Angier
Mangum, Shirley F. Lillington
Manley, Margaret A. Falls Church, Va.
Manely, Marolyn L. Conway
Manning, Jessica S. Roper
Marsh, Jeffery F. Wadesboro
Marsh, Tom K. Washington, D.C.
Martin, Kenneth M. Wadesboro
Martindale, Belinda Y. Greensboro
Martino, Patricia L. Adelphi, Md.
Mason, Anna K. New Bern
Mason, Susan M. Greenville
Masotti, John W. Charlotte
Massengill, R. Craig Smithfield
Matthews, Leonard C. Enfield
Maultsby, James e. Hope Mills
Maxwell, Charles S. Fayetteville
Mayer, Ellen P. Danvers, Mass.
Mayo, Carolyn A. New Bern
McAlister, Louise E. Charlotte
McCoy, Alva R. Elizabeth City
McDonald, Carolyn A. Charlotte
McDonald, Tanya V. Charlotte
McDougall, Micki J. Wilmington
McGaffin, Karen J. Raleigh
McGaughey, Patricia A. Fayetteville
McIntire, Elaine S. Norfolk, Va.
McKay, Rick J., Jr. Lilesville
McLamb, D., Gaye Clinton
McLaughlin, Ann B. Columbia
Meadows, Paula D. Annandale, Va.
Mendenhall, Carol A. Williamston
Mendenhall, Debbie N. Winston-Salem
Mendenhall, Franklin K. Walnut Cove
Merrell, Dan L. Aydlett
Milburn, William T. Winston-Salem
Miller, E. Kaye Laurel Springs
Miller, Patricia F. Oriental
Mills, Barbara R. New Bern
Mitchell, Patricia J. Fayetteville
Mizelle, Brenda L. Windsor
Mizelle, Kenneth E. Windsor
Mobley, Lois d. Williamston
Mohle, Becky S. Aayden
Monroe, Fonda B. Raeford
Moore, Barbara M. Wilson
Moore, Elna Hurdle Mills
Moore, Katie B. Spring Hope
Moore, William D. Greenville
Moore, William M. Littleton
Morgan, James G. Calpyso
Morris, Annie F. Havelock
Morris, Elizabeth B. Gastonia
Morrone, Robert J. Cherry Hill, N.J.
Morton, Van R. Pollocksville
Moser, Chere D. Charlotte
Moser, Deede Charlotte
Moss, Cheryl D. Kannapolis
Moss, Janice L. Durham
Mudrock, Joyce R. S. Plainfield, N.J.
Mumford, Vivian L. Ayden
Murphy, William H. Snow Hill
Murray, Kathryn J. Salisbury
Musser, Deborah L. Elon
Myers, Mary P. Candor
Myers, Wayne R. Winston-Salem
Nazmi, Ansari M. Tehran, Iran
Nestor, Kathleen M. Wayne, N.J.
Newby, Cynthia E. Elizabeth City
Newton, Cheryl K. Falls Church, Va.
Newton, Naomi Marston
Nichols, Devera A. Wilson
Nicklaw, Kathleen K. Wilmington
Nielsen, Linda G. Dunn
Niklason, Gary Greenville
Nimitz, Charles H. Virginia Beach, Va.
Nipper, Rick Greensboro
Nixon, Cynthia G. Edenton
Noble, David S. New Bern
Nobles, Tana L. Plymouth
Noffsinger, Sarah J. Wilmington
Norell, Nancy E. District Hgts, Md.
Norman, Shirley A. Winston-Salem
Norman, Walter E. Creswell
Norris, Tommie R. Chocowinity
Obrecht, William F. Baltimore, Md.
O'Briant, Deborah E. Durham
Ogden, Donna F. Roanoke Rapids
Olmstead, Glenn F. Raleigh
Oliver, Cathy L. Chapel Hill
Oliver, Juila B. Greenville
O'Neal, William D. Rockingham
Ormond, Barbara B. Pinetown
Orrell, Mike H. Winston-Salem
O'Shea, Thomas E. Lexington Pk., Md.
Ouellette, John Ontario, Canada
Outlaw, Barbara S. Kinston
Packer, Betty J. Clinton
Page, Jane M. Greenville
Page, Willard F., Jr. Fayetteville
Palese, Gerry E. Baltimore, Md.
Pardue, Rebecca A. Sanford
Parker, Barbara F. Goldsboro
Parker, Mary B. Garner
Parker, Roger D. Pollocksville
Parris, Steve A. Freemont
Parrish, Freda D. Rocky Mount
Parsley, Elizabeth A. Statesville
Parsons, James C., Jr. Greenville
Patterson, Debra M. Winston-Salem
Paul, Jo A. Ayden
Pearce, Gwendolyn R. Woodland
Pearce, Jean W. Zebulon
Pearman, Stella J. Goldsboro
Pegram, Glenda S. Townsville
Perkins, Calbert L. Goldsboro
Perkins, Kenneth T. Greenville
Perry, Audrey J. Rockford, Ill.
Perryman, Timothy W. Rocky Mount
Peterson, Cynthia L. Elizabethtown
Peterson, Kristin A. Fayetteville
Pharr, Jonathan Plymouth
Phillips, Gail L. Rockville, Md.
Phillips, Kathy M. Bunnlevel
Phillips, Kathryn M. Charlotte
Phillips, Randall S. Greenville
Phillips, Thomas C. Columbia, S.C.
Phinney, Pamela G. Fayetteville
Pinkston, Caroline D. Whiteville
Pitt, Sheila E. Rocky Mount
Pittman, Lynn W. Greenville
Pittman, Will B., Jr. New Bern
Plott, Deborah A. Waynesville
Plyler, David C. Thomasville
Poindexter, K. Randy High Point
Poore, Linda T. Chocowinity
Powell, Francelle Ca-Vel
Powell, Kathon M. Brunswick
Poyner, Mary G. Moyock
Praisarnti, Surhum Bangkok, Thailand
Prescott, Diana A. Swansboro
Prevatt, Frank W. Lumberton
Prevette, Richard L. Greenville
Prezioso, Rhonda C. Virginia Beach, Va.
Price, Donna C. Williamston
Price, Karen J. Charlotte
Price, mary J. Ellerbe
Price, Norma R. Jamesville
Prince, Cathy S. Apex
Prince, James R., III Charlotte
Proctor, Carol A. Fountain
Puente, Fernando R. Toms River, N.J.
Pugh, Pamela T. Durham
Pulliam, B. Elaine Henderson
Punte, Mary E. Chapel Hill
Quinley, Sherrie L. Newport News, Va.
Quinn, Susan A. Kinston
Rabens, Dea C. Fayetteville
Ragazzo, Jo Ann Chapel Hill
Raines, John E. Edenton
Ramsey, Joseph B., Jr. Rocky Mount
Ratcliff, Patricia J. Pantego
Ray, Constance J. Chapel Hill
Reams, Sidney J. Havelock
Redding, Sidney D. Hubert
Reid, Vivian S. Charlotte
Reville, Lynn A. Woodbridge, Va.
Rich, Lillie A. Clinton
Riddle, Gail R. Fayetteville
Riggs, Thomas W., Jr. New Bern
Rigsby, Thomas E. Weldon
Ring, Dennis J. Carthage
Rivera, Luis E. Faytteville
Robbins, John T. Rocky Mount
Robbins, Martha C. Pinetown
Roberson, Gregory L. Robersonville
Roberson, Linda K. Williamston
Robertson, Joseph L. Greensboro
Robertson, Tommie L. Goldsboro
Roe, Deborah A. Hendersonville
Rogers, Debbie V. Raleigh
Rogerson, Ebbie J. Williamston
Rose, Rheta C. Kinston
Rose, Sandra J. Clinton
Russell, Suzanne C. Granite Falls
Russo, Loretta M. Hyattsville, Md.
Sadler, Suzanne M. Greenville
Safy, Laura E. Rocky Mount
Sale, Paula L. Mechanicsville, Va.
Sanford, Mary A. Charlotte
Sauls, Dean P. Fremont
Sauls, Robert H. Greenville
Saunders, Lynda L. Ramseur
Sawyer, Stephanie A. Greenville
Schiffel, Erhard P., III Charlotte
Schmidt, Caryl E. Elon College
Schmidtke, Mary L. Fayettville
Schofield, Jannette S. Charleston, S.C.
Scoggins, Joyce R. Godwin
Seacord, Barbara L. Charlotte
Sedgwick, Susan E. Jacksonville
Seymore, Susan B. Greenville
Shackleton, James R. Burlington
Shackleford, Lorraine Pikeville
Shallcross, Jacqueline M. Smithfield
Shankle, Georgia A. Norwood
Shannon, Mary P. Vienna, Va.
Sharpless, Ronald L. Chinquapin
Shaw, Susan J. Washington
Shea, Michael R. Virginia Beach, Va.
Shearin, Deborah M. Louisburg
Shearon, Beverly P. Greenville
Sherman, William D. Fayetteville
Shingleton, Susan C. Stantonsburg
Shore, Thomas R. Durham
Shreve, William H. Wilson
Sibley, Richard D. Greenville
Sigmon, P. Denise Newton
Silberman, Bruce I. Statesville
Siler, Darrell K. Greensboro
Simmons, Lynda M. St. Thomas, Virgin Is.
Simonds, Lawrence J. Rockville, Md.
Sink, Stephen C. Durham
Sloan, M. Carol Durham
Sloan, Phyllis G. Mt. Olive
Small, William F. Elizabeth City
Small, Yvonne F. Edenton
Smith, Catherine H. Goldsboro
Smith, David C. Rockingham
Smith, George T. Winterville
Smith, Janet C. Atlantic
Smith, Karen D. Ramseur
Smith, Mary A. Greenville
Smith, Nan H. Laurinburg
Smith, Peggy D. Kinston
Smith, Ronald E. Spring Lake
Smith, William J. Greenville
Smith, William M. Jacksonville
Snypes, Luther J. Goldsboro
Southard, Alan J. Greenville
Southerland, mary S. Chinquapin
Spain, Linda A. Greenville
Speas, Deborah S. Morganton
Speight, Robert S., Jr. Elm City
Spell, Robert G. Clinton
Sprouse, K. Denise Monroe
Staggs, Ronald L. Englewood, Ohio
Stainback, Gary J. Raleigh
Stampar, Gail L. Wrightsville Beach
Standock, Stephanie M. Fayetteville
Starling, Elizabeth J. Fayetteville
Stauffer, Kennard S. Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.
Steinbeck, Jensina Greenville
Stephenson, Beverly G. Angier
Stine, Lynda L. Greenville
Stokes, Rebecca P. washington
Stone, Debra E. Dunn
Strange, Barbara J. Annapolis, Md.
Strickland, Brenda L. Raleigh
Strickland, Lewis R. Greenville
Stricklin, Cathy Jo Durham
Stuckey, M. Lydia Raleigh
Sugar, JoAnn St. Pauls
Suggs, Terray F. Whiteville
Sumerell, Danny C. Kinston
Sutton, David A. Kinston
Sutton, Patti E. Monroe
Swain, Guy S. Columbia
Swain, Patricia G. Southport
Swann, Steven D. New Castle, Ind.
Talbot, Clarence N. Fayetteville
Talley, Warren Greenville
Tallon, Valerie H. Greenville
Tart, Elizabeth A. Newton Grove
Taylor, Jacqueline M. Greenville
Taylor, Phillip C. Rocky Mount
Taylor, Sherl D. Charlotte
Temple, Gwen Fayetteville
Terry, Diane Roxboro
Tharrington, Hazel C. Raleigh
Thomas, Doris A. Spring Lake
Thomas, Gene D. Beaulaville
Thomas, Martha F. Williamston
Thomas, Robert W. Fayetteville
Thomas, Wendy E. Virginia Beach, Va.
Thompson, Andrea L. Greenville
Thompson, Terry V. Elizabeth City
Thorton, Alan C. Havelock
Thorton, Debbie H. Greenville
Thornton, Linwood E. Mt. Olive
Thornton, Jennifer O. Mt. Olive
Tilley, Rainelle Kinston
Tipton, Vickie L. Havelock
Toler, Noah A., Jr. Elizabeth City
Totty, Sara L. Earlysville, Va.
Towns, Rita C. Raleigh
Tripp, Dennis L. Greenville
Tromsness, John H. Greenville
Tudor, Pauline E. Plumouth, Minn.
Turner, Tony M. Newport
Uhteg, Sharon E. Kinston
Vail, Luke H. Pikeville
Vail, Robert E. Greensboro
Vance, Keith Z. Jamestown
Vanderford, Addie L. Robersonville
Vandever, Frank A. Havelock
Vaughan, Vickie J. Durham
Vincent, Larry G. Winterville
Voliva, William G., Jr. Columbia
Wade, Martha C. Kinston
Wagner, Linda K. Newport News, Va
Wagner, Nancy E. East Northport, N.Y.
Wagner, Rebecca M. Washington
Wallace, Hettie L. Edenton
Waller, Dwight D. Mt. Olive
Walker, Michael S. Greenville
Walters, William J. Greensboro
Ward, Carolyn M. Nakina
Warren, Mark R. Roxboro
Warren, Nancy E. Wilson
Warwick, Rebecca E. Elizabethtown
Washington, Shirley A. Kinston
Watkins, Patricia J. Garner
Weaver, Joy Y. Angier
Webb, Curtis O. Winterville
Webb, George H. Asheville
Webb, Kathryn D. Macclesfield
Webb, Marietta A. Asheville
Weber, Douglas A. Haddonfield, N.J.
Weeks, Debora S. Bethel
Wells, Jerry H. Wallace
West, Kenneth M. Goldsboro
West, Sandra M. Kenly
White, Alice M. Elizabeth City
White, Barbara J. Williamston
White, Joselyn J. Manson
White, Karen F. High Point
White, Terry D. Belvidere
White, William M. New Bern
Whiteford, William F. Greenville
Whitley, Dolores S. Charlotte
Whitley, Martha A. Mt. Pleasant
Wiggins, James L. Louisburg
Wilcox, James M. New Bern
Wilder, Linda L. Baltimore, Md.
Wilkerson, Kathryn, E. Greenville
Williams, Brenda K. Roanoke Rapids
Williams, John K. Autryville
Williams, Carolyn F. Jamesville
Williams, Christopher K. New Bern
Williams, Dale L. Greenville
Williams, Daniel R. Jacksonville
Williams, Elizabeth A. Albertson
Williams, Judy K. Newport
Williford, Katherine E. Elm City
Willis, Lucy A. Wanchese
Willis, Shelby, Jr. Beaufort
Wilson, Donald M. Tar Heel
Wilson, Emma D. Sanford
Wilson, Gloria J. LaGrange
Wilson, Worth B., Jr. Greenville
Winborn, Linda J. Ahoskie
Winstead, Wanda F. Elm City
Winston, Helen R. Nelson, Va.
Wolfe, Martha S. Rocky Mount, Va.
Wood, Gary F. Godwin
Wood, Rebecca L. Tarboro
Wood, Susan J. Mamers
Woodruff, Jeffery C. Tarboro
Woody, Cynthia A. Roxboro
Worsley, Anne L. Rocky Mount
Worthington, Edward A., Jr. LaGrange
Worthington, Jesse D. Chadbourn
Worthington, Linda L. LaGrange
Wrenn, Pamela G. Roxboro
Wright, Debra L. Hobbsville
Wyatt, Carol Federalsburg, Md.
Wylie, Deborah Y. Charlotte
Wylie, Gladys W. New Bern
Yancey, Oliver H. Norlina
Yokley, Nina G. Mount Airy
Young, Barbara A. China Grove
Zirbs, Carol A. Elkins, W.Va.
Zum, Brunnen, Janelle L. Salisbury
Adams, Bobby R. Goldsboro
Adams, Cheryl M. Merry Hill
Ainsley, Charles Tarboro
Aldridge, Stephen W. Greenville
Allen, James E. Cary
Anderson, Heidi K. Wake Forest
Anderson, James R. Havelock
Andrews, Allyson R. Farmville
Andrews, Debbie K. Durham
Angle, Karen G. Oxford
Archibald, John A. Statesville
Armstrong, Dorothy A. Staten Is., N.Y.
Atkins, Nancy E. Norfolk, Va.
Atwell, Larry S. Concord
Austin, Frederick W. Medord, N.Y.
Austria, Jaime N. Norfolk, Va.
Bailey, Kathy L. Roanoke Rapids
Bailey, Vicky L. Wilson
Baker, Brenda L. Rocky Mount
Baker, Jacquelyn H. Greenville
Baker, Jennifer L. Willow Springs
Baker, Peggy E. Aulander
Baldwin, Edward L. Riverside, N.J.
Barbee, Aubrey K. Garner
Banber, Jasper D. Charlotte
Barefoot, William T. Four Oaks
Barnes, Edward W. Murfreesboro
Barnes, Judith W. Virginia Beach, Va.
Barnes, Karen S. Roper
Barnes, Vikkie S. Rocky Mount
Barnes, Wanda G. Lucama
Barnette, Evelyn D. Raleigh
Barnhill, Kenneth M. Rocky Mount
Barnhill, Sarah H. New Bern
Barrett, Sarah E. Roanoke Rapids
Barrow, Vickie L. Kinston
Bartlett, Patricia G. Charlotte
Bass, Allison E. Fay
Bass, Linda G. Wilson
Bass, Michael B. Burlington
Bass, Robert P. Newton Grove
Batchelor, Paula S. Wilson
Batten, Sandra M. Whiteville
Batts, Hazel M. Rocky Mount
Baucom, Kathy G. Walstonburg
Baynor, Susan E. Plymouth
Beaston, Geoff D. High Point
Beddard, James R., Jr. Roanoke Rapids
Beddard, Mary C. Roanoke Rapids
Beddingfield. Howard W., Jr. Spring Hope
Belcher, Cheryl C. Oxford
Bell, Beverly M. Durham
Bell, Carolyn S. Chesterfield, S. C.
Belton, Phyllis A. Mt. Airy
Benjamin, Steven D. Woodbridge, Va.
Bennett, Richard D. Roanoke Rapids
Berry, Margert E. Hurdle Mills
Berry, Paul R. Wendell
Best, Edward P., Jr. Winston-Salem
Betts, Wilmer C., III Raleigh
Biddell, Joe A. Laurinburg
Biggerstaff, Teresa C. Rocky Mount
Bishop, Susan Statesville
Bittner, Susan J. Morehead City
Blackwood, Sandra G. Greensboro
Blake, Jasper E., Jr. Ahoskie
Bland, Dianne Wallace
Blue, Claudia D. Sanford
Bobbitt, Lili D. Spring Hope
Boggs, Karen D. Springfield, Va.
Bolt, James M. Winston-Salem
Bosnick, David R. Syosett, N.Y.
Boswell, Pamela A. Durham
Bottoms, Marilyn N. Wilson
Boyette, Ethel M. Faison
Boyette, Josephine E. Greenville
Boyette, Stephen V. Raleigh
Boykin, Carolyn E. Garner
Boykin, Donna L. Kenly
Boykin, Patricia L. Wilson
Bradford, Elizabeth O. Eden
Bradford, Karin Wilmington
Bradner, Kenneth L. Greensboro
Bradshaw, Mary R. Raleigh
Bradsher, Sally E. Hurdle Mills
Bragunier, Debbie Indian Head, Md.
Branch, Emily A. Orrum
Branch, Lena K. Winterville
Branch, Linda Sue Orrum
Branch, Mark T. Fayetteville
Braxton, Carolyn A. Maury
Brazell, Deborah A. Weldon
Brett, Jerry Murfreesboro
Brewer, Jeffrey L. Silver Spring, Md.
Bridges, Sidney R. Kenly
Briggs, Linda D. Swansboro
Broaddrick, Sylva E. Greenville
Brock, Ginger K. Warsaw
Brodsky, Mark W. Greenville
Brooks, Vicki A. Winston-Salem
Brooks, Vicky J. Bath
Browder, Bannister R., III Winston-Salem
Brown, Alex C. Jacksonville
Brown, Brenda A. Goldsboro
Brown, Debra A. Rose Hill
Brown, Karen L. Charlotte
Brown, Martha E. Raleigh
Brown, Nancy K. Greenville
Brown, Sanford M., Jr. Roanoke Rapids
Bruce, Richard K. Durham
Bryan, Lynwood S. Oxford
Bryant, Frances D. Durham
Bryant, Patricia G. Lillington
Buck, Nancy L. Winterville
Beuhler, Jane A. Fairfax, Va.
Bullock, Cynthia M. Williamston
Bunce, David B. Stedman
Bunn, Lauralyn New Bern
Bunting, Gregg J. Greenville
Burdett, Donna L. Raleigh
Burnette, Mark E. Morehead City
Burroughs, James, Jr. Roanoke Rapids
Burton, Doris J. Washington
Butler, Linda D. Winston-Salem
Butler, Mary C. Tabor City
Butner, Freda A. Tobaccoville
Byrd, Kathryn A. Charleston, S.C.
Cagle, Monte F. Asheboro
Callihan, Cathy E. Elizabethtown
Cameron, Carole B. Greenville
Campbell, Janet D. Rockingham
Campbell, Kimberly A. Silver Spring, Md.
Campbell, Robert J. Jacksonville
Campen, Mary D. Chesapeake, Va.
Cannan, Michael W. Mays Landing, N.J.
Capps, Ricky D. Erwin
Carmone, Claudia Norfolk, Va.
Carpenter, Connie S. New Bern
Carr, Jennifer L. Richmond, Va.
Carter, Frankie J. Charlotte
Carter, Kathy J. Winston-Salem
Castleberry, Susan B. Wendell
Cate, Charlotte J. Reidsville
Cates, Sheila D. Durham
Caudell, Holly J. High Point
Cavanaugh, Janet L. Rocky Mount
Champion, Nancy J. Raleigh
Chan, Joseph T. Hong Kong
Chapman, Barbara J. Fayetteville
Chapman, Joseph S. Fayetteville
Chapple, Randall B. Raleigh
Chavasse, Elizabeth A. Raleigh
Cheney, Fred K. Arlington, Va.
Clark, Donna S. LaGrange
Clark, Felicia A. Charlotte
Clark, Lu A. Pinetops
Clark, Mark L. Havelock
Clark, Robin C. Durham
Clark, Sidney P. Wilson
Clemons, Eldred Y. Durham
Clodfelter, Vickie E. Thomasville
Cobb, Janice C. Elm City
Cobb, Sherry B. Kinston
Cole, Barbara D. Goldsboro
Coley, Margaret A. Faison
Colglazier, Joan M. Raleigh
Collins, Debbie E. Elizabeth City
Combs, Richard C. Kannapolis
Comby, William B. Conover
Compton, Linda L. Virgilina, Va.
Compton, Vicky R. Burlington
Conlyn, Doris J. Prince Frederick, Md.
Cook, Ronald G. Fayetteville
Cooper, Kenneth A. Scotland Neck
Coppage, Jesse L. Robersonville
Corbin, Becton W. Jacksonville
Cottrell, Candice A. Henderson
Council, Mary L. Pinebluff
Cowan, Deborah C. Burlington
Cowan, William K. Windsor
Cox, Craig M. Greenville
Cox, Lynda D. Wilson
Cox, Mary L. Wilmington
Cox, Wanda S. Washington
Craft, Annie M. Norlina
Creath, Judith A. Burlington, Mass.
Creef, Ludford T., III Chesapeake, Va.
Cress, Christine J. Rural Hall
Crissman, James D. Aberdeen
Crosland, Mary P. Charlotte
Crowe, Oneda M. Belvidere
Crump, Debra E. Lenoir
Cunningham, Robert L. Winston-Salem
Curlee, Robert H. Greensboro
Currie, Neil M. Rocky Mount
Culchin, Anna K. Rocky Mount
Daniel, Letitia G. Collinsville, Va.
Daniel, Sylvia D. Wilson
Darby, Marshall A. Anderson, S.C.
Daughtry, Luther S. Plymouth
Davenport, Carolyn Rocky Mount
Davidson, Alariche Z. Charlotte
Davis, Jennie L. Colerain
Davis, Paul G. Jamesville
Davis, Terry R. Fremont
Day, Devin F. Raritan, N.J.
Dean, Patricia G. Elkton, Va.
Deans, Amy J. Wilson
Dean, Rhonda R. Elkton, Va.
Deardorff, Carole E. Rockville, Md.
Deese, Virginia L. Albemarle
DeMeter, Nancy L. Fayetteville
Derrough, Julia L. Asheville
Devins, William Croton-on-Hudson, NY
Diener, Frank J. Greenville
Dickens, Celest R. Littleton
Dickens, Sandra L. Whiteville
Dickson, Walter M. Gastonia
Diffee, Denise L. Burlington
Dildy, John A., Jr. Wilson
Dixon, Carolyn R. Raleigh
Dockey, Marcia E. Conover
Doss, Ellen C. Burlington
Downes, Cindy A. Raleigh
Doyle, Mary P. Bethesda, Md.
Dudley, Jane L. Clinton
Duncan, Thomas G. Durham
Dunlap, Mark E. Durham
Dunnagan, Michael G. Raleigh
Duperock, Suzanne K. Wilmington
Durham, Charles H. Durham
Durham, Jan E. Greenville
Durham, Lucretia J. Snow Camp
Dwiggins, Michael L. Mocksville
Ealy, William C. Charlotte
Eason, Richard A. Macclesfield
Ebbs, Laura R. Greenville
Edgerton, Jo Anne Morehead City
Edgerton Mary A. Morehead City
Edinger, Kathryn Medford Lakes, N.J.
Edwards, Charles A. Greenport, N.Y.
Edwards, Charles R. Lewiston
Edwards, Karla M. Washington
Edwards, Michael C. Pendleton
Elesha, Mary L. Winston-Salem
Ellington, Martha D. Greensboro
Elliott, Sharon L. Charthage
Ellis, Linda C. Fuquay-Varina
Ellrod, Dorothy L. Tarboro
Elwell, Mark S. Springfield, Va.
Engiman, Gilda K. Kernersville
English, Betsy Kenansville
Ennis, Janet P. Burlington
Ennis, Marshall Erwin
Eubank, Cheryl Y. Trenton
Evans, Gary J. Quantico, Va.
Evans, Judith A. Fremont
Evans, Karen S. Fayetteville
Evans, Mary L. Goldsboro
Evans, Stephen J. Greenville
Fahrenbruch, Kathy A. Cherry Hill, N.J.
Faircloth, Thomas A. Stedman
Falk, Thomas J. Millersville, Pa.
Farina, Bradley C. Jacksonville
Feeney, Bob Neptune, N.J.
Feher, Amy L. Ahoskie
Ferebee, Janet B. Andrews
Ferguson, Charlene D. Virginia Beach, Va.
Finch, Jacqueline E. Henderson
Fisher, Sharon D. Fayetteville
Flaherty, Tama J. Rockville, Md.
Fleming, Linda A. Greenville
Fletcher, Bonnie L. Durham
Flint, Brenda J. Tarboro
Flythe, Rheta J. Aulander
Floyd, Barbara A. Wilson
Folsom, Jan L. Fayetteville
Fondren, Anne E. Roanoke Rapids
Fort, Graham C. Kinston
Fowler, William N. Colerain
Franklin, Vicki Y. Graham
Freeman, John D. Arlington, Va.
Freeman, Sally L. Greenville
Frye, Barry E. Brown Summit
Frye, Donna C. Hickory
Frye, Janice L. Mt. Airy
Futrell, Joseph M. Tarboro
Gambella, Diane Goldsboro
Garber, Suzanne K. Woodbridge, Va.
Gardner, Scot G. Suffolk, Va.
Garris, Cynthia d. Ayden
Garris, Vickie J. Greenville
Gaskins, Deborah K. New Bern
Gaskins, Stephanie A. Manteo
Garreston, Jayne D. Washington
Gay, Jacqueline A. Kinston
Gebhardt, Robert D. Old Tappan, N.J.
Gentry, Catherine R. Roxboro
Ghent, Ginna Alexandria, Va.
Gibson, Julia A. Raeford
Giddings, Martha E. Jacksonville
Gidley, Mary E. Greenville
Gillette, Wray Y. Wilson
Goodard, Judy D. Robersonville
Godwin, Betty S. Linden
Goodman, Victoria G. Louisville, Ky.
Goodson, Barbara E. Kinston
Gorrie, Elizabeth M. Williamston
Gosnell, Linda K. Murfreesboro
Gosnell, Pamela F. Murfresboro
Gould, Juanita F. Greenville
Graham, Ridgely M. Reidsville
Gramling, Paula A. Cranford, N.J.
Grant, Robert L. Hendersonville
Gray, Barbara G. Kinston
Gray, Frederick L. Williamston
Green, Karen S. Lumberton
Greene, Roger L. Chesapeake, Va.
Greene, Sara K. Swansboro
Greene, William C. Naples, Fla.
Griffin, Deborah J. Rocky Mount
Griffis, Dianne A. Kinston
Grimes, Mary G. Scotland Neck
Grimsley, Jackie F. Pollocksville
Gulledge, William B. Raleigh
Gundlach, Herb L. Greensboro
Gunter, Paula J. Sanford
Hahn, Billy J., Jr. Albemarle
Hall, Barbara J. Virginia Beach, Va.
Hall, Harris, M., Jr. Mebane
Hall, Nancy E. Fayetteville
Hall, Susan C. Tarboro
Hanna, Judy L. Winston-Salem
Hanner, Nancy E. Randleman
Hanrahan, Teresa J. Falls Church, Va.
Hardee, Mona G. Greenville
Hardin, Warren L. Saxaphan
Hardwick, Donald E. Burlington
Hardy, Carolyn R. Burlington
Hardy, Debbit A. Concord
Hargett, H. Glenn, Jr. Jacksonville
Harmon, Glenn L. Kings Mountain
Harrell, Alice E. Wilson
Harrell, Charle M., III Hertford
Harrell, Connie R. Goldsboro
Harrill, Shelly N. Durham
Harris, Celia E. Farmville
Harris, Diane M. Grifton
Harris, Edward L. Belhaven
Harris, Norris R. Statesville
Harris, Veleta M. Greenville
Harrison, Sherwood M. New Bern
Harrison, William P. Durham
Hartel, Vickie A. Granite Quarry
Hartis, Margaret L. Kinston
Hartis, Marsha E. Matthews
Hartsell, Debra J. Greenville
Hartsfield, Jeanne S. Kinston
Harvey, Willie H. New Bern
Harward, Cheryl L. Durham
Hatch, Betty L. Goldsboro
Hatch, Debbie A. Mt. Olive
Hatcher, Rhonda L. Garner
Haverty, Barbara A. Hillside, N.J.
Heffner, Cindy R. Durham
Heid, Gretchen L. Union, N.J.
Heidenreich, James R. Greenville
Helms, Brigitte I. Beaufort
Hendrix, Robin E. Tyner
Hendrix, Steven C. Winston-Salem
Hermann, Mary J. Richmond, Va.
Hile, Patricia C. Williamsburg, Va.
Hill, Betty L. Garysburg
Hills, Marsha W. Greenville
Hill, Sara E. Durham
Hiltz, Fredrick P. Charlotte
Hinnant, Danny E. Selma
Hinson, Roger L. Wilmington
Hinson, Ronald L. Tarboro
Hinton, Patsy A. Rocky Mount
Hinton, Randy T. Princeton
Hirschi, Carlton F., Jr. Burlington
Hobbs, Joseph S. Smithfield
Hobbs, Sheila M. Raleigh
Hobbs, Willie R. Newton Grove
Hodges, Elizabeth H. Washington
Hogshire, Beverly E. Rocky Mount
Holding, Debra J. Wake Forest
Hollowell, Kathy L. Southport
Holt, Joan A. Kinston
Honeycutt, Dennis G. Kannapolis
Honeycutt, Jimmy A. Clinton
Honeycutt, Philip L. Chadbourn
Hooper, John R. Buxton
Horner, Cynthia V. New Bern
Houghton, Ray H. Charlotte
House, Cheryl J. Franklinton
Howard, Mark A. S. Pines
Howell, Gregory L. Annandale, Va.
Howell, Donna L. Goldsboro
Howie, Max M. Matthews
Hudson, Catherine D. Louisburg
Hudson, Larry D. Greenville
Huggins, James L., Jr. Midway Pk.
Hughes, Donald R. Tar Heel
Hughes, Emily A. Red Springs
Hughes, Julia A. Wilmington
Hunike, Nancy G. Durham
Humbles, Jannette E. Ayden
Hunsucker, Anne R. High Point
Huntley, Thomas M. Greensboro
Hurley, Frederick A. Conover
Hux, Velna R. Roanoke Rapids
Hyman, Gary S. McKee City, N.J.
Ibrahim, Ali L. Raleigh
Jackson, Ceba A. Mt. Olive
Jackson, Jerry A. Havelock
Jackson, Susan E. St. Pauls
Jacques, Janice A. Kinston
Jafari, Parvin Tehran, Iran
James, Robyn A. McLean, Va.
Jarvis, Mary L. Ayden
Jefferson, Barbara G. Pinetown
Jenkins, Myra E. Robersonville
Jernigan, Laura E. Aulander
Job, Gill C. Allendale, N.J.
Johnson, Cynthia G. New Bern
Johnson, Donnie R. Pilot Mtn.
Johnson, Jeffrey A. Durham
Johnson, John R. Raleigh
Johnson, Lyn C. Raleigh
Johnson, Michael W. Raleigh
Johnson, Pamela G. Farmville
Johnson, Philips B. Richmond, Va.
Johnson, Sallie M. Shannon
Johnson, Trudy L. Rocky Mount
Johnston, Cheryl A. Kitty Hawk
Johnston, Jena J. Fayetteville
Johnston, Jo Rocky Mount
Jones, Cranford A. Greensboro
Jones, Helen C. Raleigh
Jones, Jennifer I. Vanceboro
Jones, Melvin T. Raleigh
Jones, Patricia A. Whiteville
Jones, Stephen C. Cary
Jones, Vickie S. Williamston
Jordan, Linda C. Clinton
Joyner, Alice D. Oak City
Kalameja, A. James Buffalo, N.Y.
Katz, Rhona M. Arlington, Va.
Keanon, John R. Manassas, Va.
Keel, Patricia G. Robersonville
Keistler, Joey L. Charlotte
Keith, Rebecca A. Kinston
Kelly, Madolin R. Durham
Kennedy, Mary C. Winston-Salem
Kennington, Debra A. Wilmington
Kesler, Laura H. Greenville
Keys, Robert C. Washington
King, John B. Durham
Kirby, Clinton W. Lucama
Kirby, Harryette C. Charlotte
Kirby, Karen S. Winston-Salem
Knoll, Craig R. Raleigh
Knott, Alvis L. Raleigh
Kolody, Clarinda Fayetteville
Kornegay, Eric K. Smithfield
Kupke, Kathryn A. Hickory
Kuzmuk, Kim G. Washington, D.C.
Kyle, James H. Fayetteville
LaGarde, Denise L. Raleigh
Lamm, Marianna P. Lucama
Lamphier, Deborah S. Fayetteville
Lancaster, Dixie G. vanceboro
Lancaster, Gary O. Wilmington
Langley, Georgia A. Rocky Mount
Lau, Nancy C. Rockville, Md.
Lawson, Donna J. Eden
Lee, Franky S. Hamilton
Lee, Melissa J. Gaithersburg, Md.
Lewis, Elizabeth A. Chocowinity
Lewis, James M. Hertford
Lewis, Mary F. Elon
Lieberman, Larry W. Charlotte
Linthicum, Wayland H. Charlotte
Lipke, C. Neal Woodbridge, Va.
Lisane, Palmer L. Rose Hill
Little, Mary P. Farmville
Lockamy, Sara E. Burlington
Lockemy, Randall T. Henderson
Lockwood, Mark E. Charlotte
Loftin, Donna W. Ayden
Loftin, Patsy A. Ayden
Long, Susan M. Elizabeth City
Looman, Richard G. Greensboro
Loudon, Marla A. Sidney, N.Y.
Lowder, Debra F. Winston-Salem
Lucas, Mary J. Plymouth
Lucas, Terry L. Asheboro
Lukaweez, Deborah A. Jacksonville
Lynch, Kenneth S. Westwood, N.J.
Lyon, Barbara J. Whitakers
Mann, Deborah L. Durham
Manning, Lena F. Greenville
Manning, Terry L. Greenville
Mansfield, Carolyn Goldsboro
Marcellus, Candace S. Gloversville, N.Y.
Marion, Martha A. Rocky Mount
Marion, Sharyn E. Charlotte
Marshburn, Anna L. Rocky Mount
Martin, Stephen A. Lutherville, Md.
Massey, Louis C. Eureka
Matthews, David C. Burlington
Matthews, Donna J. Matthews
Matthews, Paul G. sanford
Mattson, Cynthis M. Newport
Maxik, Marie M. Havelock
May, mary C. Charlotte
Mayo, Deborah J. Selma
McAdams, Luanne C. Mebane
McAllister, Susan G. Cornelius
McCarthy, Arlyne J. Falls Church, Va.
McClelland, Lloyd C. Snow Camp
McCollum, Holton W., Jr. Reidsville
McCombs, Melinda P. Greenville
McCormack, Doug P. Durham
McCrae, Deborah G. Durham
McCrimmon, Alfred E. Vass
McDonald, Donna E. Sylva
McDonald, Gale M. Pfafftown
McDonald, Rodney F. Durham
McKinney, Luther K. Burlington
McLawhorn, John D., III Cary
McLellan, Georgina A. Denville, N.J.
McLendon, L. Elaine Fayetteville
McNeill, Walter D., Jr. Rocky Mount
McNulty, Mimi C. Greensboro
McPhail, Barbra A. Lexington
McPhail, Lonnie F. Autryville
McPhatter, Alvin R. Sanford
McQuaid, Thomas H. Beaufort
McQueen, Judy C. Ellerbe
McRae, Jane M. Rowland
McVeigh, Margaret A. Wilson
Melcher, Becky Fayetteville
Melton, Nancy J. Lumberton
Melton, Robert F. Richlands
Melts, Maria P. Jacksonville
Mercer, Trey Wilson
Meredith, Millie H. Wilmington, Del.
Merrell, Paula C. Beaufort
Metzger, Debra L. Greensboro
Meyers, Louis J. Durham
Miller, Gretchen B. Beulaville
Miller, Harry D. New London
Miller, Penny A. Gastonia
Mills, Carolyn L. Greenville
Mills, Patsy Goldsboro
Mills, Paula L. Tabor City
Minges, Libby B. Fayetteville
Minshew, Paul M. O-Fallen, Ill.
Minzenmayer, Niki L. Canton
Mitchell, Lynne M. Alexandria, Va.
Mizell, Glenda K. Windsor
Mizelle, William H., Jr. Williamston
Modlin, Anna E. Beaufort
Modlin, Susa S. Washington
Moffett, Debbie Wenonah, N.J.
Monroe, Randy W. Eagle springs
Moore, Jeanne R. Farmville
Moore, Mary Louise Newton Grove
Moore, Vivian E. Kinston
Moran, Debra J. Roxboro
Morse, Barbara J. Rockingham
Motteler, Larry G. Washington
Mulkey, Amelia P. Farmville
Myers, Sally E. Washington
Myers, Valerie Jamesville
Myhrum, Karen S. Jacksonville
Nalley, Christie M. Raleigh
Natella, Gary S. New Bern
Natrella, Steven P. Arlington, Va.
Nelson, Charlotte V. Beaufort
Nelson, Elizabeth C. Charlotte
Nelson, Glenn R. Durham
Nicholson, Dallas S. Candler
Noble, Audrey K. Deep Run
Noble, Sherry A. Deep Run
Norfolk, Craig P. Greenville
Norman, H.P., Jr. Farmville
North, Gary L. Charlottesville, Va.
Nowosielski, Cynthia A. Manville, N.J.
O'Boyle, Irene R. Charlotte
O'Conner, James E., Jr. Havelock
O'Neal, David D. Clayton
O'Shea, Kevin R. Lancaster, Pa.
Odette, Robert L. Raleigh
Oliver, Teresa J. Raleigh
Outlaw, Ernestine E. Colerain
Overcash, Barbara C. Kannapolis
Owens, Douglas L. Albemarle
Parker, Margaret A. Roanoke Rapids
Parks, Jerry L. Edenton
Parks, Robert L. Gastonia
Parrish, Beverly A. Clayton
Parrish, Michael E. Durham
Parson, Leslie G. Bethesda, Md.
Patrick, Christine L. Rockingham
Patterson, Carl L. Kannapolis
Patterson, Rachel L. Farmville
Patterson, Roslyn D. Kinston
Patterson, Victoria C. Raleigh
Paul, Melba R. Oriental
Peace, Pratt A. Henderson
Peacock, Judith L. Alexandria, Va.
Peaden, Linwood E., Jr. Falkland
Peedin, Larry W. Selma
Peele, Ted W. Edenton
Pennington, LaDonna D. Albemarle
Perry, Bonita J. Edenton
Perry, Charles D. Winston-Salem
Perry, Della I. Kitty Hawk
Perry, Julia G. Merry Hill
Peterson, Linda S. Jacksonville
Petterson, Lynne M. Greenville
Petty, Robert K. Owensboro, Ky.
Phelps, Ann M. Hubert
Phelps, Vickie L. Greenville
Phillips, Carla E. Greenville
Phillips, Gary W. Spencer
Phthisic, P. Ann Edenton
Pierce, Danny C. Princeton
Piercy, Robert M. Wallace
Pike, Larry L. Trenton
Pittman, Angela K. Kinston
Pittman, Susan D. Newport
Plaster, Louise A. Winston-Salem
Plazak, Martie Laurel, Md.
Pollard, Susan E. Durham
Pomeroy, Robin P. Cherry Hill, N.J.
Pond, Samuel B. Springfield, Va.
Porter, Katherine L. Durham
Post, Roxanne E. Charlotte
Powell, Burwell D. Warrenton
Powell, Eugene H. Gibson
Powell, Georgia A. Greenville
Powell, Ruth E. Greensboro
Poyner, Catherine A. Moyock
Price, Gary Chapel Hill
Price, Roger G. Four Oaks
Priddy, Betsy R. Sandy Ridge
Prince, Barbara S. Richmond, Va.
Procopio, Joyce T. Durham
Proctor, Ronald F. Fayetteville
Provost, Paul M. Havelock
Pugh, Barbara C. Raleigh
Qualls, Barbara J. Camp Lejeune
Quinn, Bronnie L. Trenton
Raines, Donna J. Clayton
Raines, Donald B. Princeton
Rambo, John W. Charlotte
Ramey, Jean C. Greenville
Ratledge, Nancy J. Greensboro
Ray, Linda S. Mebane
Raybin, Jacqueline P. Chapel Hill
Rayford, Blanch R. Greenville
Reddy, Brigid E. Cherry Point
Reece, Charles P, Jr. Wildesboro
Reece, Mitzi D. New Bern
Reed, Jo Anne Pinetops
Reep, Roxanne C. Charlotte
Regan, Ducand C. Oxford
Reid, Beverly J. Raleigh
Repass, Brenda G. Jacksonville
Rich, Dana D. Wallace
Richards, Nancy M. Richmond, Va.
Richardson, Patrick L. Siler City
Richardson, Rebecca R. Lake Waccamaw
Ricks, Keith H. Conway
Ringler, Marjorie A. Jacksonville
Ripper, Eric G. Arlington, Va.
Rivenbark, Linda D. Wallace
Rivens, Robbie D. Davidson
Robbins, Cynthia V. Elizabethtown
Roberts, Martha A. Pittsboro
Roebuck, Denise G. Greenville
Rogers, Donna L. Candler
Rogers, Roy W. Williamston
Rogerson, Joan C. Williamston
Rollins, Julia A. Smithfield
Romer, Karen L. Silver Spring, Md.
Rose, Martha J. Newton Grove
Rosenberg, David P. Reston, Va.
Russell, Patricia G. Sanford
Ryan, David B. Winterville
Ryherd, Rhonda L. Charlotte
Sadak, Buddy F. Middleburg, Va.
Saitta, Daria M. Blauvelt, N. Y.
Salter, Elwood L. Havelock
Sampson, Kathyrn J. Upper Marlboro, Md.
Sanderford, Susan M. Chapel Hill
Sasser, Sharon L. Goldsboro
Saunders, Mary Jo Greenville
Saunders, Nancy S. Butner
Saunders, Rosemary L. Rocky Mount
Sazama, Robin K. Rocky Mount
Schaffer, Debbie L. Jacksonville
Schenck, Mary Elln Canton
Schlosser, Gail Sparta, N.J.
Seaman, James B. Jacksonville
Seaton, Alyce B. Elizabeth City
Shackleford, Scott L. Fayetteville
Shain, Joyce E. Lumberton
Shallcross, John S. Smithfield
Shannon, George W., Jr. Laurinburg
Sharp, Willis D. Wilson
Sharpe, Carol E. Clemmons
Sharpe, Rhonda G. Burlington
Shaw, Meredith C. Carney's Pt., N.J.
Sheehan, Kathleen A. Parris Island, S.C.
Sheek, Camilla D. Clemmons
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Shelton, John A. Winston-Salem
Shivers, Karen E. Raleigh
Short, Bobby J. Hickory
Sibley, L. Bryan New Bern
Simonds, Tom Rockville, Md.
Skelly, Frances M. Washington, D.C.
Slavin, Teresa L. Rocky Mount
Smiley, Linda S. Ormond Beach, Fla.
Smith, Betty J. Wilmington
Smith, Beverly J. Winterville
Smith, Cynthia M. Grifton
Smith, Janet C. Princeton
Smith, Leonard J. Roseboro
Smith, Mary D. Chocowinity
Smith, Melissa D. Walnut Grove
Smith, Miranda P. Greenville
Smith, Samuel F. Kingstree, S.C.
Smith, Stephen R. Winston-Salem
Smith, William C. Carolina Beach
Smithson, Lawrence D. Aldie, Va.
Smithwick, Nancy C. Windsor
Soles, Michael W. Durham
Speight, Charlie R. Greenville
Speller, Nancy L. Williamston
Spence, Deborah C. Rutherfordton
Spiegel, Edward F. West Nyack, N.Y.
Spires, Linda W. Greenville
Sprecher, Geri J. Charlotte
Spruill, William M., Jr. Cresell
Starling, Virginia C. Lancaster, Pa.
Stefureac, Ssuan M. Raleigh
Stephens, Cecil W. Raleigh
Stephens, Jan M. Lillington
Stephenson, Eleanor K. Clayton
Stewart, Bert Fayetteville
Stewart, Carolyn C. Winston-Salem
Stewart, Julianne Smithfield
Stewart, Ronald C. Jacksonville
Still, Susan E. Greenville
Stocks, Donna M. Kinston
Stone, Gary F. Salisbury
Strain, Joeann Hubert
Stravinskas, Laura A. Wiltempstead, N.Y.
Strayhorn, Kenneth E. Havelock
Strohofer, Cynthia M. Springfield, Pa.
Summerlin, Elizabeth C. Alexandria, Va.
Sumner, Nancy E. Washington
Sutherland, Blanche R. Laurinburg
Tart, Linda S. Coats
Tatum, Karen L. Winston-Salem
Tayloe, Frank W. Aulander
Taylor, Debra K. Kinston
Taylor, Diane Goldsboro
Taylor, Lynn L. Rocky Mount
Templeton, Michael B. Raleigh
Taylor, Martha J. Tarboro
Taylor, Thomas D. Greenville
Teel, Doris M. Farmville
Teer, Marion L. Durham
Tesh, Patrick A. Midway Park
Tew, Margaret K. Williamston
Theodore, Andrew S. Linwood, N.J.
Thigpen, Sylvia J. Beaulaville
Thomas, Sheila K. Clayton
Thompson, Michael L. Rocky Mount
Thompson, Pamela J. Wilmington
Thornton, Chris D. Havelock
Thornton, Thaddeus N. Four Oaks
Tiedje, John N. Charlotte
Tise, Allan B. Winston-Salem
Todd, Karen F. Fayetteville
Toler, Ben F. Rocky Mount
Tripp, Angela G. Raleigh
Tripp, Charlotte R. Greenville
Trull, Deborah J. Martinsville, Va.
Tucker, Margaret J. Fayetteville
Tufo, Jean M. Vienna, Va.
Turlington, Neale N. Clinton
Turner, Cheryl J. Tarboro
Turner, Kenneth B. Fayetteville
Turner, Vickie J. Clemmons
Tuttle, Teresa L. High Point
Tyler, Charles R. Winston-Salem
Tyndall, Michael T. Arapahoe
Upchurch, Glenda S. Lillington
VanGundy, Robert D. Charlotte
Van Horn, Leslie Winston-Salem
Van Hoy, Sharon M. Winston-Salem
Vallery, Chris E. Fayetteville
Vance, Zelma Charlotte
VandeWalle, Suzanne Richmond, Va.
Vaughn, Robin P. Winston-Salem
Vick, Philip B. Morehead City
Vickers, Jerry W. Elm City
Vreeland, Karen E. Winston-Salem
Wagstaff, James T., Jr. Ayden
Walker, Rhonda L. New Bern
Ware, Mary R. Toano, Va.
Warren, Janice M. Kinston
Warren, Lewis L. Fayetteville
Waters, Deborah L. Silver Spring, Md.
Watkins, Larry G. Rocky Mount
Watkins, William J. Clemmons
Webb, Billie D. Pinetops
Webb, Margie J. Garner
Weeks, Vickie D. Rocky Mount
Welton, Robert L. Annandale, Va.
West, Marsha E. Fayetteville
West, Susan E. Wilmington
Weston, Billie T. Greenville
Wetherington, Judith L. Kinston
Whisenhunt, Jackie E. Beaufort
Whitaker, Carolyn L. Windsor
White, Stephen F. Windsor
White, Wilton A. Windsor
Whitehurst, Anita R. New Bern
Whitley, James C. Jamestown
Whitsell, Dwight L. McLeansville
Whiteside, Mary M. New Bern
Whitlark, Richard O. Macclesfield
Whitley, Phyllis A. Raleigh
Whitne, Phyllis E. Washington
Whitten, Bruce M. Henderson
Wilder, Sammie J. Raleigh
Wilhoit, Gary F. Albemarle
Wilkinson, Lee A. Wilmington, Del.
Williams, Cahty E. Henderson
Williams, Clarence R. Whiteville
Williams, Jacqueline Charlotte
Williams, James S. Jacksonville
Williams, Jane G. Rocky Mount
Williams, Mary S. Asheboro
Williams, Stevens C. Greenville
Williams, William T. Rocky Mount
Willis, William S., Jr. McGuire, AFB, N.J.
Wilson, Cathy M. Greenville
Wilson, Keith G. Walkertown
Wilson, Monte L. Kittrell
Wilson, Sheila J. Winston-Salem
Wilson, Susan C. Garner
Winbourne, Larry T. Wilson
Winch, Joanne M. Wilmington
Windham, Jennifer L. Wilson
Winstead, Mary P. Macclesfield
Winstead, Merlyne D. Rougemont
Winters, Mary Walkerton
Witt, Madelyn F. Boone
Wood, Carlo A. Jacksonville
Woodard, Helena Sharpsburg
Woodley, Jane M. Creswell
Woods, John S. Enid, Okla.
Woolard, Betty A. Beaufort
Woolard, Marshall N. Washington
Worley, Ron L. Fayetteville
Worsley, Earl M. Bethel
Wrenn, Barry D. Greenville
Wright, John M. Goldsboro
Wright, Pamela K. Roanoke Rapids
Wruck, Ernest R. Brookhaven, N.Y.
Wulzyn, William N. Burgaw
Wynn, Debra L. Williamston
Yarboro, Pamela J. Roxboro
Youngblood, Peggy A. Albemarle
York, Leta L. Randleman
Zayton, Kelly J. New Bern
Adams, Gloria E. Newton
Adcock, Jennifer L. Wilmington
Akers, mary P. Roanoke Rapids
Albea, Eleanor A. Raleigh
Allgood, Susan S. Tarboro
Aman, William D. Swansboro
Ambrose, Beverly G. Aulander
Anderson, Linda K. Jamestown
Anderson, Ronnie J. Goldsboro
Ansell, Jean A. Winston-Salem
Anselmo, Sandra F. Jacksonville
Armstrong, William III Gaithersburg, Md.
Arnold, Ginger L. Rocky Mount
Arny, Michael L. Springfield, Va.
Ashely, Elbert G. Durham
Askew, Martin L. Kinston
Atma, Virginia L. Charlotte
Avery, Katherine M. Greenville
Avinger, Randy A. Graham
Ayers, Annette Raleigh
Baker, Cathy J. Charlotte
Baker, Della A. Fayetteville
Baldwin, Barbara A. Wilmington
Ballance, Naomi M. Selma
Barbour, Debra L. Raleigh
Barefoot, Janet L. Clinton
Barfield, Marcia J. Merry Hill
Barham, Marcia R. Rolesville
Barham, Patricia L. Roanoke Rapids
Barker, Sandra D. Graham
Barnhill, Benjamin T. Robersonville
Barnwell, Belinda G. Langley AFB, Va.
Barrett, Janet G. New Bern
Barrett, Judy F. New Bern
Bartholomew, Brenda L. New Bern
Bass, Marilyn M. Kernersville
Batchelor, Dianna J. Fayetteville
Batten, Herbert C. Roxboro
Beaman, William A. Farmville
Bean, Vernon J. Winston-Salem
Beauchaine, Stephanie R. Raleigh
Beddard, Lindsey V. Greenville
Bell, Phyllis E. Faison
Bell, Terry J. Morehead City
Bender, Wade H. Pollocksville
Benge, Patricia E. Lenoir
Bennett, Dorothy W. Rich Square
Bennett, Elizabeth A. Somers Point, N.J.
Bennett, John J. Winston-Salem
Bennett, Joy C. Ash
Benson, Glenda M. Deep Run
Best, Pamela K. Fayetteville
Belton, Gail Millsboro, Del.
Bird, Thomas M. Murfreesboro
Birdwell, Milton L. Dudley
Bishop, Dana C. Falls Church, Va.
Bivens, Cheryl L. High Point
Blackmon, Wanda K. Fayetteville
Blizzard, Valerie E. Charlotte
Blount, Brian C. Raleigh
Boardway, Nancy L. Willow Grove, Pa.
Bobo, Willie F. Wake Forest
Boykin, Wanda J. Selma
Boham, Kenneth A. Jackson
Bolick, Sheila L. Granite Falls
Boone, Deborah L. Canton
Boone, James H. Stokes
Boose, Michael C. Fayetteville
Bost, Debra L. Durham
Boyce, Lisa C. Charlotte
Boyles, Mary C. Gibsonville
Bramar, David G. Fayetteville
Brammer, Cynthia A. Reidsville
Branch, Jesse A., III Winterville
Brannan, Stephen W. Greensboro
Brantley, Melissa A. Jacksonville
Brantly, Robert E. Willow Grove, Pa.
Braswell, Don D. Fayetteville
Braswell, Kimberly L. Roanoke Rapids
Braxton, Tonie A. Creedmoor
Bray, Ann L. Semora
Brett, Jetta D. Ahoskie
Brewer, Sarah J. Wilson
Britt, Mary K. Newton Grove
Brock, Teresa E. Cary
Browder, Michael D. Winston-Salem
Brown, Jeffery V. Kinston
Brown, Lee Hendersonville
Burroughs, Deborah L. Edenton
Bushing, Stephen R. Pitman, N.J.
Butler, Kay L. Erwin
Byrd, David K. Raleigh
Byrd, Nancy E. Ahoskie
Caddell, Melda G. Carthage
Calder, Mark C. Ahoskie
Cameron Cherie A. Winston-Salem
Campbell, Kenneth Whiteville
Campbell, Pamela C. Ossining, N.Y.
Canady, Judith E. Clayton
Cannady, John D. Powellsville
Cannady, Terry L. Dunn
Cannon, Linda L. Winterville
Cannon, Ramona J. Greenville
Capps, Marilyn J. Micro
Carmack, Judy D. Bethel
Carpenter, Eloise G. Durham
Carter, Mary C. Raleigh
Case, Tracey S. Raleigh
Cassedy, Gary R. Wilmington, Del.
Cayton, Teresa D. Greenville
Chadwick, Edward D. Charleston, S.C.
Brown, Debra A. Kinston
Brown, H. Thomas III Greenville
Brown, Jimmie Hillsborough
Brown, Linwood O. Stokes
Brown, Wanda J. Oak City
Brumbles, Billy B. Orrum
Bryan, Carol D. Broadway
Bryant, Debra L. Burlington
Bryant, James P. Fayetteville
Bryant, Mary L. Havelock
Burch, Judith A. Fayetteville
Byrum, Sheila L. Edenton
Buchanon, Larry J. Belmont
Bulla, Keith P. Midway Park
Bullock, Cynthia J. Durham
Bullock, Regina G. Richmond, Va.
Bunch, Rebecca Edenton
Bundy, Michael B. Williamston
Bunn, Dolan R. Tarboro
Bunn, Donnie L. Rocky Mount
Bunting, Flo D. Scotland Neck
Burch, Barbara B. Annandale, Va.
Burden, Anthony C. Raleigh
Burgess, Thomas T. Silver Spring, Md.
Chalkey, Louise R. Jacksonville
Chambers, Wallace A. Durham
Chandler, Cynthia A. Raleigh
Chandler, Suzanne E. Matthews
Charlton, William H. Goldsboro
Charlton, Katherine A. Fayetteville
Cherrix, Carol A. Salisbury, Md.
Cherry, Charlotte A. Mooresville
Cherry, Edward M. Windsor
Chesnult, Sylvia G. Roseboro
Chesson, Debra S. Roper
Childers, Nelda F. Raleigh
Christley, Vickie L. Ruffin
Chu, Paul Chapel Hill
Ciesla, David J. Raleigh
Clark, Linda A. Chesapeake, Va.
Clarke, James A. Asheville
Clayton, Sheilah R. Timberlake
Clement, Rebbecca J. Sneads Ferry
Clifton, Julia E. Eden
Clontz, Wanda S. Morganton
Cobb, Carl G. Charlotte
Cobb, Joan A. Greenville
Colcord, Christing L. Greenville
Coleman, Robert E., Jr. Lillington
Collier, Samuel E. Goldsboro
Collins, Paula A. Winston-Salem
Combs, Sherman J. Greensboro
Conger, Catherina A. Falls Church, Va.
Congleton, Dan B. Stokes
Conoly, Gail F. Raeford
Cook, David E., Jr. Tabor City
Cook, Deborah T. Wendell
Cooney, Carolyn A. Virginia Beach, Va.
Cooper, Lois F. Columbia
Cooper, Myra D. Wake Forest
Coppage, Jan C. Enfield
Cotton, Brenda S. New Bern
Cotton, Russell D. Rocky Mount
Coril, Judy An Shallotte
Cowart, Cathy L. Jacksonville
Cox, Eleanor A. Durham
Cox, Jerry W. Winterville
Cox, Marilyn D. Greenville
Cox, Randolph G. Pleasant Garden
Cox, Tricia D. Chocowinity
Coyle, Patricia C. Rocky Mount
Craddock, Constance L. Spring Hope
Craig, Herman M. Gastonia
Crawford, Frances A. Burlington
Creech, David A. Smithfield
Creech, Harold E. Durham
Creech, Walter R. Wilson
Crisp, Laddie M., Jr. Rocky Mount
Crissman, Bonnie L. Broadway
Crocker, Larry C. Mt. Olive
Cromer, Robin L. King
Crown, Audrey L. Washington, D.C.
Crumpler, Wanda P. Dunn
Cuddington, Levi G. Kenly
Curtiss, Carole R. Elizabeth City
Dail, Nancy E. Willard
Daily, Thomas R. Fayetteville
Dameron, Cathy L. Burlington
Dando, William T. Alexandria, Va.
Daniel, Otho A.. III Winston-Salem
Daniel, Richard A. Old Fort
Daniels, Charles E. Beaufort
Daniels, Dorothy L. New Bern
Daniels, J.L. Goldsboro
Daughtry. Dorothy J. Goldsboro
Davenport, Jewel Y. Kinston
Davenport, Willbur C. III Plymouth
Davis, Alice V. Wilson
Davis, Anita E. Erwin
Davis, John H. Windsor
Davis, Julia A. Kinston
Davis, Richard L. Winston-Salem
Davis, Wilma J. Conway
Day, Dorothy J. Rockville
Dean, Dorothy D. Wake Forest
Dean, Katherine B. Kinston
Dean, Mary B. McLean
Delamar, Mary A. Garner
Deloatch, James M. Roanoke Rapids
DelPapa, Susan C. Kinston
Deanning, David L. Dunn
Denning, Marc S. Cary
DeNunzio, Lois M. Oakton
DeRolf, Robert S. Jacksonville
DeSio, Neil New Bern
Delvin, Maria E. Virginia Beach, Va.
De Vries, Holly E. Wilmington
Dews, Madge G. Winterville
Dickens, Charles D. Wilson
Dickens, Thomas B. Rocky Mount
Dickie, Robert S. Verona
Dickinson, Julie K. Charlotte
DiGiulio, Joseph M. Havelock
Dingman, Henry Fayetteville
Dixon, Diane J. Hendersonville
Dolan, William M. Greensboro
Dominick, Christine N. Raleigh
Doub, Randy D. Pfafftown
Doughtie, Beverly L. Roanoke Rapids
Driver, Gwendolyn C. Durham
Dudley, Frances C. Greenville
Dudley, Patricia K. Durham
Dungan, Michael J. Chadbourn
Dunn, Amy D. Selma
Dunn, Donald G. Fayetteville
Dupree, Elizabeth K. Angier
Durham, Joseph K. Pittsboro
Dwulet, Barbara A. Lakewood
Eatmon, Golden Wilson
Edwards, Carol A. New Bern
Edwards, David G. Rocky Mt.
Edwards, Jennifer C. Four Oaks
Edwards, Keith A. Havelock
Edwards, Patricia D. Chocowinity
Edwards, Stan E. Liberty
Edwards, Terria D. Selma
Edwards, Worley T. Clarkton
Eller, Charles E. Bowie, Md.
Elliot, Jonathan H. Fayetteville
Englesby, Brenda J. Fayetteville
Ennis, Nancy L. Garner
Etherdige, Jill V. Raleigh
Etter, Kathleen A. Virginia Beach, Va.
Eure, Shirley P. Eure
Evanovich, David Burgaw
Evans, Carolyn R. Roanoke Rapids
Evans, Debra L. Skyland
Evans, kathy O. Roxboro
Evans, Kevin T. Laurinburg
Evans, Phileria A. Williamston
Everette, Anthony R. Wilson
Eversole, Catherine L. Jacksonville
Ezzell, Frances K. Mount Olive
Faison, Helen L. Littleton
Fales, Deborah L. Wilmington
Falter, Wendy M. Rocky Mount
Faser, Karen E. Greenville
Faulconer, Cynthia R. Greensboro
Foust, Kathy L. Murrysville, Pa.
Fehrs, Robert J. New Bern
Fentress, mary E. Bayboro
Fetchko, Michael E. Warren, N.J.
Fetner, Jane E. Hamlet
Fields, David M. Greensboro
File, Nancy D. Salisbury
Fish, Mary S. Charlotte
Fisher, June A. Albemarle
Fisher, Linda E. Rocky Mount
Fisher, Pamela J. Wilmington
Fitch, Teresa G. Durham
Fitzgerald, Evelyn S. Pine Level
Flye, Richard I., Jr. Henderson
Flynn, Helen L. Chapel Hill
Forbes, Robin K. Raleigh
Fox, Susan R. Portsmouth, Va.
Foy, Michael D. Roxboro
Francis, Kathy I. Conway
Frander, Doris L. Fayetteville
Franke, Annette L. Winterville
Frazelle, Deborah L. Kenansville
Frazier, Bridget K. Henderson
Freeman, Suzanne M. Charlotte
Freeze, Freda S. High Point
French, Kenneth E. Fayetteville
Fry, Barbara J. Fayetteville
Fuller, Lana J. Newport
Futch, Michael R. Rose Hill
Gagham, Timothy S. Alexandria, Va.
Gaines, David S. Statesville
Gainey, Connie D. Clinton
Gale, Chaucer L., Jr. Salisbury
Garner, Marvin E. Greenville
Garren, Beverly K. Andrews
Garrett, Michael G. Norlina
Getsinger, Douglas B. Goldsboro
Gibbs, Kay F. Engelhard
Gilbert, Phillip L. Dunn
Glass, Carter L. Newton Sq., Pa.
Goad, Sandy K. Winton-Salem
Gooding, Michael F. Winterville
Gordon, Robin P. Goldsboro
Gossett, Susan J. Charlotte
Grainger, Bruce L. Asheville
Grant, Warren D. Beaufort
Grauel, Gregory W. Sarasota, Fla.
Gravley, Jeannen L. Fayetteville
Gravely, Susan J. Charlotte
Gray, Earl Eugene, Jr. Angier
Gray, Gail L. Belcross
Gruziosi, Gene S. Glen Cove, N.Y.
Green, Melissa J. Roanoke Rapids
Gregory, Robin S. Durham
Gregory, Susan C. Wadesboro
Greiner, Deborah E. Jacksonville
Griffin, Martica A. Valdosta, Ga.
Griffin, Rhonda C. Charlotte
Grimes, Laura S. Swan Quarter
Grimmett, Billy D., Jr. Richmond, Va.
Gunderson, Neil R. Winston-Salem
Gupton, David C. Wilmington
Gurkin, Brenda K. Williamston
Haggar, Nathaniel, Jr. Newport News, Va.
Haggerty, Dave B. Springfield, Va.
Hahn, Maxwell G. Virginia Beach, Va.
Halstead, Nancy S. Lumberton
Hammer, Delores L. Candler
Hammond, Nancy J. Silver Spring, Md.
Hardee, Miriam T. Sims
Hardison, Deborah F. Plymouth
Hardy, Nancy L. Seven Springs
Hargett, Sheila B. Fort Bragg
Harloe, Karen E. Mancehster, Mo.
Harlow, Julie M. Raleigh
Harman, Andrea L. Richmond, Va.
Harper, Jane C. Kinston
Harrell, Berta H. Scotland Neck
Harrell, Cynthia L. Powellsville
Harrell, Deborah J. Jackson
Harrell, Sheila K. Graham
Harrill, Jan A. Asheboro
Harris, Deborah G. Rocky Mount
Harris, Nancy C. Eden
Harris, Steven M. Winston-Salem
Harrison, Alta L. Plymouth
Harrison, Paula J. Hertford
Harrison, Terri L. Enfield
Hart, Charles A. Washington, D.C.
Hart, William D. Raleigh
Hartman, mary E. Washington, D.C.
Hartlaub, Donald E. Woodbridge, Va.
Hatch, Edwy G. Mt. Olive
Hatch, Mary A. Fayetteville
Hathaway, Jeffrey H. Fayetteville
Hayes, Jill E. Lumberton
Hayes, Nancy N. Willesboro
Hearne, Jan E. Burlington
Heely, Nancy L. Portsmouth, Va.
Helbig, Janet C. Havelock
Helsabeck, Dawn E. Germany
Hembree, Beverly K. Greenville, S.C.
Henderson, Jesse J. Wendell
Henderson, Vanessa A. New Bern
Hendren, Howard G. Lumberton
Henley, Cynthia D. Richlands
Herbin, Jan M. Greensboro
Hester, Wanda F. Hahn, Germany
Hewett, Gwenevere D. Tabor City
Hickman, Nellie F. Bladenboro
Higgins, Helen B. Durham
Hight, Jeannette E. Henderson
Hill, Barbara A. Wilmington
Hill, Gwendolyn S. Reidsville
Hill, Marjorie A. Murfreesboro
Hill, Teresa V. Eden
Hines, Debra A. Jamestown
Hinson, Brain M. Charlotte
Hinton, Jan C. Rocky Mount
Hoar, Eric J. Hampstead
Hobbs, Grace L. Rocky Mount
Hobbs, Rebecca C. Tyner
Hobart, Teresa L. Sanford
Hodges, Carolyn G. Williamston
Hodges, Helen H. Washington
Hoff, Linda L. Goldsboro
Holland, Teresa A. Garner
Hollen, Mary K. Hialeah, Fla.
Hollingsworth, Jane C. Jacksonville
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Sarag Barnhill; Sherry Le Brown; Muriel Bui; Mark Bunch, V-Pres.; Ruth Ann Copley, sec.; Kay Conner; Dennis Craig; Martha Culton; Pam Diffee; Joyce Edwards; Lee Farmer; Leo Franke, Treas.; Holly Glenn; Lynn Grawlee; Lynn Hanold; Terri Harrison; Donna Hawkins; Tom Hawkins; Valerie Hutcherson; Mohammed Jagiri; Jonathan Keathly, pres.; John Leys; Whit McLawhorn; Ghaouti Mehidi; David Owen; June Pate; Sharon Renfrow; Hubert Renie; Harold Robertson; Pauline Tudor; Barbara Turner; Jewel Watson
Mazter Allen; Roald Birnkley; Ed Campbell; Dr. Elmer Erber, Adv.; Thomas Fleming; Glenwood Garner; Robert Griffin; Jack Gurkin; Thomas Haigwood; Sally Harland; Bill Hoffman; William Hoots; John Hodges; Dan Jones; L.C. Jones; John Kelly; Benny Knox; Ron Lancaster; Raymond Lewis; John Mooney; Charles Oates; Alan Parkinson; Billy Parrott; Mike Pitt; Mike Pittman; Gene Riddle; Steven Shearin; Del Taylor; James Taylor; Johnny THomas; Charles Tucker; Warren Van Male; Larry Vincent; Paul Waldrop.
Andy Adiele, W. Africa; Mehrshid Anrari, Iran; Caryl Barnwell, Guyana; Santi Baru, India; Maininder Bolaria, India; Muriel Bui, Viet Nam; Joseph Chan, Hong Kong; Dar-Hang Chin, Taiwan; Chao-Kang Chu, Taiwan; Paoul Chu, Taiwan; Armado Deleon, Mexico; Robert Dickie, Scotland; Nancy Foster, Bolivia; Abdul Ali Ghori, Afganistan; Yukikiro Gushi, Odinawa; Jen-Ming Hus, Taiwan; Ali Ibrahim, Lebanon; Anthony Ishichei, Nigeria; Jamshid Jafari, Iran; Parvin Jafari, Iran; Byung-Chin Kim, Koriea; Joseph Lee, Taiwan; Katrina Lee, Hong Kong; Betty ma, Viet Nam; Kien Chi Ma, Viet Nam; Fotehmonin Mohmahali, India; Luchy Oronoz, Puerto Rico; Sukhum Praisarnt, Thailand; Hubert Renie, France; Luis Ribera, Puerto Rico; Mohammad Saba, Iran; N. Thinikaran, Malaysia; Ralph Trelles, Colobia; Michael Van Bergen, Netherlands; Samari Varela, Costa Rica.
Dough Adams; John Birge; Phil Bryant; Bruce Burns; Gary Cassedy; Bob Conger; Robert Dickie; Dwight Flichenger; JOhn Goodall; Mike Haithcock; Glenn Harris; John Higgins; Alex Holten; Gary Hudson; John Keanon; Larry Lamkin; Rick Latham; Art Mayfield; Danny McCrary; Tony McCutchen; Richard McMahan; Jesse Nelson: Ben Newhall; Bert Owens; Lee Parks; David Pollard; Wayne Powell; Alan Rutledge; Bob Sanger; tom Secor; Mike Shartiz; Tom Shields; Cindy Simpson; Alan Smith; Lynn Stanley; Phil Thompson; Buz Tyler; Steve Walker; Glenn Walsh; Larry White; Edwin Williams
Jaime Austria; Jack Collins; Jim Crissman; Kristy Dodd; Debbie Eagan; Hilln Elam; Jane Hayes; Mike Hayes; Judy Hewitt; Phil Hewitt; Brian Higgins; Dennnis Honeycutt, V-Pres.; Liz Koszulinski; Lou Meyers; J. R. Murphy; Martha Jane Poisson; Stan Sams, Pres.; Ken Sawyer; James Silva; Jim Thompson
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George Bedsworth; Sieve Benjamin; David Boone; Richard Calvin; David Childs; Linda Crandall; John Crawley; Jack H. Derrick; Randy Daub; William C. Ealy; Barbara Edwards; Cynthia Farmer; Chris Farrell; Grier Ferguson; Steven Geiger; Bobby Gibbs; David Griggs; Dwight Hall; Joe Henderson: Randy Hudson; Cedric F. Jones; Martha Kellam; |nhn Kellogg; Jayne Key; Frank King, Jr.; Lenwood Lee; Robert Lucas; Jack Miller; John Narron; Gary Naylor; Iver Petersen: John Prevelle; Ron Ramsey: Brigid Reddy; Dr. Waldron Snyder, Adv.; Donald Spears; Michael Springle; Hubert Stroud; Harry Stuhhs; Gene Thomas; Brandon Tise; John Versteeg; Perry Walton; Mike West; Ernest Wruck; Cindi Easlerling
Lyle Barlowe; Vicki Bass: Steve Benjamin; Pam Boswell; Marilyn Bottoms Steve Boyd; Karen Campbell; Mark Clark, Pres.; Julia Cleveland; Cathy Cowart; Allen Daniel, Rep.; Dr. John D Ebbs, Adv.; Laura Ebbs; Pam Fisher; Ann Fleming; Andrea Harman; Alice Harrell, V-Pres.; Karen Haskell; Debbie Holloman; Ann Hudgins; Marcia James; Mike Kegereiss; Jeff Kranlz; Beth Lambeth; Linda Lassiter; Barbara Matthews, Treas.; Art Mayfield; Alan McQuiston; Mike Moore; Pam Radford; Julius Register; Patrick Tesh; Bob VanGundy; Linda Wagner, Sec.; Sally Williams
League of Scholars
Jennifer Adcock; James Allison; Dorothy Armstrong; Michael Amy; Annette Avers; Keith Bailey; William Barbe; Diane Barbour; Katrina Baynard; John Birge; Leroy Bland: Shirley Blandino; Brian Blount; Debra Bost; Lisa Boyce; Holly Brenner; Karen Brown; Travis Brown; James Bryant: Regina Bullock; Thomas Bumgarner; Donald Bunch; Doris Burton; Gary Cassedy; Carol Cherrix; Linda Clark; Sidney Clark; Larry Clayton: Catherine Conger; Carolyn Cooney; Claudia Connally; Lela Crandall; David Dawson: Mary Dean: Robert Dickie; Deborah Gahagan; Chauncey Gale; Scott Gardner; Michael Green; Billy Grimmett; Richard Guptill; Maxwell Hahn; Michael Haithcock; Andrea Harmon; Mary Hart; William Hart; Donald Hartlaub; Wardlow Hawes; David Herring; Nellie Hickman; Barbara Hill; Carlton Hirschi; Joseph Hodges; Gary Hudson; Debra Humphreys; Frederick Hurley; Denise Jackson; Philips Johnson; Janet Jones; Cheryl Jordan; John Keanon;
Robin Kinton; Sheila Kurle; Larry Lamkin; Edith Landon; Richard Latham; Bruce Mack; Arthur Mayfield; Barbara McCutcheon; Stephen McKinney; Alan McQuiston; Kalhy McRorie; Teresa Meeks; Anne Melvin; Penelope Miller; Ben Mullen; Christine Myers; Deborah Nachman; Benjamin Newhall; Ethel Norris; Robert Parks; Jeanne Parrett; Leslie Parsons; Curtis Pilsenbarger; Virginia Preddy; Gail Ramee; William Reinhart; Candace Rich; Mary Rutledge; Juliana Samoriski; Sidney Sanders; Robert Sanger; Ronald Sharpless; Sheila Short; Phyllis Sigmon; Susan Sikes; Cynthia Simpson; Kay Sloppy; Samuel Smith; John Spence; Charles Starr; Jane Slowe; Fletcher Stubbs; Charles Taylor; Judy Thomas: Stephen Thompson; Karen Todd; Robert Tyler; Raymond Tyndall; Michael Walker; Stephen Walker; Glenn Walsh; Joann Walter; Wanda Washington; James While; Mary Williams; Herbert Woolard; Marsha Wray
Fred Austin; Larry Chesson; Richard Cook, Bill Harrison, Sec.; Joey Hobles; Dennis Honeycutt; Joe Johnson, Pres.; Tim Lowery; Jim Morgan; Don Rains, Treas.; Allen Reiman; Barry Self; Run Sharpless; Joe Zahran,
National Association of Industrial Technology
Bert Austin; Roberl Barr; Millard Barrow . Run Binkley; Dr. Fred L. Broadhurst, Adv.; Billy Burk; Keith Cline; Clyde Culler: Walter Gould; Butch Harris; Jamshid Jafari. V-Pres.; Alton Jones; Dan Jones, Sec.-Treas.; Alvin Joyner; Sam Kale; Gars Krause; Tony Kulesla; Ron Lanaster; Bill Lilley; Randy Lilley; Alan Lockamy; Eddie Martin; Ben Miller; Lee Miller; Chuck Padgett; Robert Pillman; Dewey Price; Steve Shearin, Pres.; Km Smith; Steve Smith; Al Stoner; Waren ralley; Mr. Jerry Tester, Adv.; John Tromness; Ken Truelove; James Walker; Chuck Windley.
National Assocation of Social Workers
Vickie Casuby; Bill Edwards; Mrs. Gladys Frankford; Debra James; Dr. C.G. Kledaras; Joe Slaton; Mr. Gerald Southerland; John walton
Student Speech and Hearing Association
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National Society of Interior Design
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Delegation to the North
Vernon Bean; DiAnne Bowen: Frieda Clark. V-Chr.; Jim Davis; John Davis; D. D. Dixon, Sec.; Mike Edwards; Sally Freeman; Rick Gilliam; Jimmy Honeycutt; Maurice Huntley; Susan Jewell; Lee McLaughlin, Adv.; Greg McLeod; Steve Nobles; Jane Noffsinger; Angela Pennins; John Prevette; Susan Quinn; Debbie Rutledge; Harry Stubbs, Chrm.; Valerie Szabo; Mike West; Sandy West
Carrie Bean; Sid Clark; Mike Carney; David Dawson; Lowell Harper; Sally Helton; Carlton Hirschi; Harold A. Jones, Dir.; Rick Lathour; Tony McCutchen; Alan Smilh. Wayne Strickland; Karl Taylor; Danny Tindall; Larry While
Physical Therapy Club
Gloria Bone; Scarlett Bunch; Karen Di Risio; Douglas Drew; Jean Ennist; Sieve Freeman; Charles Hardesty; Joan Haubenriser; Brenda Holden; Dale Muggins; Karen Hudson; Jim Irvin; Marion Lehmon; Anna Mason; Steve McMillan; Paula Mitchell; Donald Owen; Willie Settle; Susan Seymour; Carvon Short; Martha Short; Susanna Thompson; Wanda Ward; Gail Williams; Gloria Wilson
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Parks, Recreation, and Conservation Service
Steve Abene; Paul Albertson; Kay Barnes; Cathy Barber; Leandra Bedini; Ron Bosers; Forrest Brown, Pres.; Sheila Brothers; Joe Buckley; Eddie Byerly; Jerry Campbell; Gene Cole; Bub Cowan; Tim Cramer; Dare Crawford; Frances Davenport; Jim Deans, Stud Coordinator; |o Dennis; Marcia Faulk; Patsy Fluke; Gin Fox; Ray Franks; Mackie Garner, Pres.; C. L. Gobble; John Hoflman; Tim Huz; Mary Kelly; Linda Lockhart; Gail Lytle; Ken Martin; Betty McDade; Kick McKay; Leslie McNair; Beth Olsen; Jerome Owens; Ellen Phelps,. Sec.-Trea.; Gail Phillips; Sarah Rigsbee; Greg Robertson; Marilyn Rocks, Ext. Sec; Carol A. Smith; Carol E, Smith; "Snuffy" Smith; Beth Stanley; Dr. Ralph Steele, Adv.; Elisa Troutman; Bill Volivia; Randy Wade; Mary Winters
Marty Askew; Ginny Baldwin; F.d B, ill- icit; Carlton Batten; Ranch Baxter; Doug Benson Tommy Bird; David Bremer |oseph Chan; Vondell Clark; Bart Cleary; David Cook; Ramly Cox; Lain Crocker; Ernest Dunn; Rodger Feldhause; Ann Fleming; Bill Fowler; Joseph Givson; George Howard; Steve Horner; Gary Hyman; Gregg Jones, Chrm. Steering Comm.; Jeff Kincaid; Stanley King; John Lambeth; Tom Landen, Pres.; Buck Linthicum; Barbara Luciana; Bill Martin;
Michael Martin; Bob Mashburn; Tillel Mills, Zeb Moseley; Bob Neal; Fred Obrect; Harold Overcash; Ron Painter; Ivan Peacock; Ken Perkins; Will Perry; Jerry Quinn; William Robinson, Pres Elect; Rodney Sawyer; Dan Scruggs; Harry Severance; Eric Simmons; George Sober; Bub Simler; Wayne Stephens; Larry Surles; Dolores Thomas; Terry Thompson; Mark Tyler; Ray Tyndall; Bill Vurnakes; David Watson; John Wharton; Fred Whitehurst; Larry Whitlock
Phillip Arrington, Editor; Marvin Hunt Co-Ed.; Glenn Lewis, Art Dir.; Sandy Penfield, Co-Ed.; David Swink, Bus. Mgr
Phil Arrington; Pat Crawford; Tommy Dairs; Wanda Edwards; Karen Jo Haskett; Kenneth Howell; Kayhy Jones; Gary McCullough; Bob McKeel, Chrm.; Chris Mills; Brenda Sanders
Douglas Benson: David Englert; Jane Key; Chuck Maxwell; Bill Phipps; Bruce Silverman
Society for Advancement of Management
Sidney Bridgers; Linda Carrel; Welfred Clifford; Randall Corriler; Kenneth Dollar; Robert Faries; Rick Gilliam, Pres.; Phyllis Haney; Linwood Hobgood, Sec.-Treas.; David Honeycutt; Terry Huchisan; Allan Jones, V-Pres.; Robert Kirkland; Cynthia Lilley; Jack Miller; Joyce Mudrock; Richard Phillips; Thomas Pittman; Christopher Rice; Robert Royal; Theodore Seaman; Donald Shumaker; Kenneth Smith; Bill THomas; Gregory Verlinden; E.G. Walden; Calvin Woodard.
SGA Executive Officers
Bill Bodenhamer, Pres.; Frieda Clark, V-Pres.; Mike Ertis, Treas.; Sandy Langley, Sec.
Vern Bran; Bill Beckner;Sheila Bolick; David Boone; Gayle Bust; David Bullock; Kathryn Byrd; Laddie Crisp; John Davis Tom Dickens; D.D. Dixon; Cindy Domme; Kathy Drake; Mike Kdwards; Grier Ferguson; Rick Garrett; Rick Gilliam; Bonnie Grantham; Braxton Hall, Speaker; Jimmy Honeycutt; Natham Kelly; Kaki King; Patrice Langdon; Yvonne Marlindale;
Lee McLaughlin; Paula Merrel; Doug Miller: Nancy Morgan; Jane Noffsinger; Kathy Owens; Eric Ripper; Cynthia Robbins; Nancy Rogerson; Debbie Rutledge; Pat Samoriski; Jackie Shallcross; Harry Stubbs; Charlotte Swayze; Lou Anne Taylor; Tommy Thomason; Craig Thorton; Brandon Tise; Vickie Vaughn; Jim Westmoreland; Mimi Whiteside; Terry Wood.
Luis Acevez, Adv.; Belinda Barnwell; Betty Buck; Mary Campbell, Pres.; Armando de Leon; Nancy Foster; Penn Hall; Alan Jones; Debbie Jones; Marsh McGaha, Sec.-Treas.; Lynda McMichael V-Pres.; Cheryl Peevy, Asst. V-Pres.; Joyce Propopio; Luis Rivera, Asst. Sec.-Treas.; Samari Varela-Rivas
Student Council for Exceptional Children
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Student National Education Association
Roster not available
Douglas Adams; Dorothy Alden; Edgar Alden; James Allison; Nancy Atkins; Linda Bass; Joanne Bath; Pamela Bath; Gary Beachamp; Ben Bezanson; Dee Anna Braxton; Bill Brya; Jane Brown; Robin Brown; Karen Campbell; Claudia Carmore; Candace Cicerone; Sid Clark; Robert Conger; Marshall Craig; Marie Davis, Carolyn Dixon; Larry Dowdy; Scott Gardner; John Goodall; Richard Guptill; Marion Harding; Mary Ruth Hardy; Andrea Harmon; Wendy Harmon; Robert Hendrick; John Heard; Carlton Hirschi; Timothy Hoffman; Alexander Holten; Elizabeth Horton; Lisa
Huffman; Tim Jewell; Lance Kellas; Jan Kittrell; Jim Kittrell; Leslie Kopp; Michael Levin; Bruce MacDonald; Joan Mack; Mark McKay; Penny Miller; Deborah Minetree; Suzanne Moore; Laura Morgan; Steve Natrella; Jesse Nelson; Vincent Pitt; Mardee Reed; Thomas Reed; William Reinhart; Rodney Schmidt; James Searl; Thomas Secor; Erik Sieurin; Steve Skillman; Janis Skoda; Michael Smith; Elizabeth Stoney; Robert Sullivan; Peter Takacs; Robert Thomas; Wendy Thomas; Phil Thompson; Danny Tindall
Symphonic Wind Ensemble
James Allison, Pres.; Keith Bailey; Carrie Bean; Steven Benjamin; Tonna Bnbhit: ]ohn Bryan; Donald Bunch; Karen Camp- bell; Mike Carney; Robert Conger; Candy Flowers; Scott Gardner; Sandy Gerrior; Mike Green; |ohn Goodall; Andrea Har- mon; Lowell Harper; Sally Helton; David Herring; Alexander Holton; Lisa Huffman, V-Pres.; John Keanon; Leslie Kopp; Larry Lambkin; Margaret Latschar;Tony McCutchen; Richard McMahan; Alan McQuiston; Cheryl Newton; Herbert Owen; Ron Payne; Curtis Pitsenbarger; Vince Pitt; David Pollard; Wayne Powell; Gail Ramee; Mardee Reed; Donna Russell; Mike Sharitz; Tom Shields; Steve Skillman; Sam Smith; Wayne Strickland; Earl Taylor; Robert Thomas; Phil Thompson; Mac Travis; Linda Wagner; Mike Walker; Steve Walker; Susan Zeigler
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Judy Bass; Doris Burton; Jean Dixon; Debra Dodd; Sherry Dussinger; Debbie Garris; Wanda Jackson; Susan Kornegay; Paula Mitchell; Pam Page; Suzanne Kussell; Lindsay Sale, Chief Marshal; Diane Taylor; Kay White; Carol Wood
James Adams; Dave Amon; Bernice Ballance; Millard Barrow; Angelo Battista; Harold Blackmon; Ronald Binkley; James Bobbit; Carl Brown; Fred Browning; Dale Canup; Michael Clemons; Gene Cole; Randall Coniles; George Cook; Kenneth Cooper; Warren Cottingham; Jerry W. Cox; Ludford Creef; Eric Cirssman; Henry Crowon; James Davis, Pres.; Devin Ray; Ron Dees; John Dixon; S.T. Ducnan; Larry Edney; James L. Edwards; Jim Edwards; Jo Erickson; Mike Ervin; Donald Fleming; William Fryar, Jr.; Glenn Garner; Rick Gilliam; Don Gray; James Herring; Quentine Hinton; John Hodge, Sec.; Joe Holmes; Fred Holt; Dave
Hope; Walter House; Bill Howe; James Huggins; Lecter Hyder; Goerge Jacobs; Gahlon James; Bob Johanson; Frank JOhnson; Allan J. Jones; Allan R. Jones; David E. Jones; Gregory Jones; Thomas Kelly; Larry Klutt; Tony Kulesza; Edward Kwawnick; Ron Lancaster; Bill Lange; James Langley; Jim Lattimore; Bill Laughinghouse; Charles Leonard; Grover Lockamy; William Lovic; Jan MaclAge; John Maloney; Cleo McCoy; Debbye McCoy; Lee McLaughlin; Bob Marshburn; Eddit Martin; Edwin H. Miller; Pete M. Miller; Paul Mitchell; Bill Moore; John N. Musgrave; Tony Murchison; Ken Myers;
Paul Nunn; Eric Orders; Bill Outlaw, Treas.; Chuck Padjett; James Pappas; Al Parkinson; James C. Parsons, Jr.; Mike Parsons; J.R. Pearson. W.E. Perry; T.R. Peirce; Darwyn Pittman; Richard Prevette; Lee G. Price; Randy Randolph; James Rarty; Bill Royall; Bob Sauls; Steven Shepard; Edward Slagle; Bob Stanfield; Tony A. Stanley; Al Stoner; Hary Stroud; Steven Susan; JOhnny Troth; Bobby Tripp; Edwin Trulington; Greg Verlinden; Bill Vurnackes; E.G. Walden, V-Pres.; Bill Walker; Fred Watkins; Art Weatherwax; Dana Webster; Edward R. Williams; Kenneth Wood
Shane Atwell, Program Dir.; Carlton Benz, Adv.; Blake Comby, Chief Announcer; Alan Dehmer, News Dir.; James Edwards, Music Dir.; Kevin Leutgens, Bus. Mgr.; Thomas McQuaid, Jr., Gen. Mgr.; Sara Miller, Traffic Mgr; James Perry, Album Dir.; Sven Erik Sieurin, Public Service Dir.; Kennen Williams, Sales Mgr
Women's Glee Club
June Advincula; Jennifer Applewhite; Nancy Alkins; Sue Bland; Maureen Boyd; Lucy Brown; Karen Burns; Cheri Cameron; Tracey Case; Mary Council; Audrey Crown; Madge Dews; Virginia Edmondson; Carol Edwards: Marcia Faulk; Jan Folsom; Debbie Frazelle; Janet Gardner; Kit Griffin; Mary Grover; Karen Harloe; Jane Hollingsworth; Cindy Million; Kathy Huggins; Emily Humphreys; Karen Keating; Robin Kinlon; Patrice Langdon; Mary-Beth McAlister; Linda Metz; Penny Miller; Barbara Morse: Janine Reep; Beverly Smith; Vickie Spargo; Melissa Thrasher; Jeannie Tufo; Janet Watson; Leah Wiggins; Rosalee Williams; Patsy Wimberly (Photo courtesy ECU News Bureau)
Women's Recreation Association
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Women's Residence Council
Phyllis Bryan; Linda Carrel; Karen Campbell; Linda Charlier; Felicia Clark; Linda Clark; Debbie Dalton, 1st Vice-Chrm.; Mary Delamar; Carol Dickens; Anne Dismuckes; Kalhy Drake; Karen Harloe; Peggy Harper, Treas.; Cathy Hudson; Frankie Lee, Rec Sec.; Jody Mann; Paula Merrell; Marilyn McCain; Beverly Parrish; Betty Pennington; Donna Peterson, 1st Vice-Chrm.; Delaine Pinkslon; Sheila Scott; Janet Sossamon; Tommy Thomason; Teresa Vivo; Barbara Ward; Jackie Whisenhunt
Alpha Beta Alpha
Honorary Library Science Fraternity
Reba Best; Kay Billiard; Jane Bunch; Andrea Carlin; Pam Conyers; Janice Corbett; Deborah Sue Cox; Jean Dixnn Evern Entwistle; James Erway; Linda Gardner; Ginny Goff; Grace Hammock; Sharon Harrison; Patricia Knowles; Helen Lashua; Jody Mann; Richard Martin; Billie McDowell; Lee McLaughlin; Judy Nail; Carol Patterson; Kathy Phillips; Beth Punte; Betsy Ronzo; Harriet Rood; Brenda Sanders; Linda Stine; Joe Stines; Brenda Thomas; Alice Wahman; Anne Ward; Bert Wells; Peggy Wells; Thomas Weisiger; Gloria Williams; Kathrytn Wilkerson; Anne Woodard
Alpha Kappa Delta
Honorary Sociology Fraternity
Claude Alley; Jeanne Ballentine; Ray Brannon; Patricia Cole; Marvin Daugherty, Pres.; Charles Garrison; Susie Gutneckt; Barbara Ham; Jenette Joslyn; Youn Kim; David Knox; Dianna Morris; Tom O'Shea; Phillip Parlin; Buford Rhea; Stephen Simmonds; Jerry Sparks; William Stewart; Page Taylor; Paul Tschetler; Melvin William
Alpha Phi Gamma
Honorary Journalism Fraternity
Ira L. Baker, Adv.; Margaret Blanchard; Pal Crawford; Phyllis Daughtery; Linda Gardner, Sec.; Sydney Green, Bailiff; Edward Herring; Dr. Erwin Hester; Sandra Langley; Glenn Lewis, Treas.; Janet Loelkes; Christine Mills; Sandra Penfield; Brenda Sanders; Kirk Saunders; Mrs. Mary Sorensen; David Swink; Darrell Williams, Pres.
Beta Gamma Sigma
Honorary Business Fraternity
Ruth Andrews; Joby Arthur; James Bassler; James Bearden; Larry Bisselle; Linda Blackwelder; Dorothy Brandon; Charles Broome; Debra Carson; Marshall Colcord; William Collins; Albert Conley; Vernon Conyers; Timothy Dameron, V-Pres.; Frances Daniels; Paul Doulton; William Durham, Jr.; Eddie Dullon; Barbara Edwards; Robert Goodell; A. Marjorie Harrison, Pres.; Joseph Hill; Rachel Ipock; Kenneth James; Myron Jarman; Raymond Jones; Richard Kerns; Tora Larsen; Gorman Ledbetter; Harold McGrath; Doris McRae; Oscar Moore, Sec.-Treas.; Ben O'Neal; Gwendolyn Poller; Christopher Rice; Joseph Romila; Donald Shumaker; Waldrnn Snyder; Paige Stephen; Jack Thorton; Judson Wike; Louis Zincone
Chi Beta Phi
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Delta Phi Alpha
Honorary German Fraternity
Ed Bennett; Dr. Carolyn Boll, Adv.; Rosalind Dupin; J. Robert Dixon; Pat Ellis; Beverly Eubank; Leo Franke; Elaine Goldman; Bill Hogarth; Catherine Howland, Pres.; Charles Hulka; Michael Hunter; Judy Huwell; loey Keistler; Bill Mc- Ree; Debbie Metzger; Rose Phillips, Sec.-Treas.; Becky Robinson; Ray Stalon; Allan Tise; Pauline Tudor, V-Pres.; Barry Ward; Doug Weber; Juanelle Wehmer; Michael Willis, Co-V-Pres.
Delta Phi Delta
Honorary Art Fraternity
Trudy Allen; Elizabeth Austin; Larry Benfield, V-Pres.; Harold Brammer; Rebecca Brumbeloe; Carmen Clark; Ivey Chadwick; Jan Cooley; Deborah Gratis, Pres.; Glenn Eure; Donald Foster; John Foster; Carol Lynn Hemkamp; Wade Hobgood; Susan Humphries; Mary Jackson; Dorothy Kee; Brenda Kerby; Betsy Lemons; Cindy Lovett; Pat Mann; Susan Mason; Elaine McIntire; Sharon Mumford; Janice Northcutt; Barbara Rogers; Janette Schofield; Jeanne Scronce, Sec.-Treas.; Carol Sharpe; Carta Wilmoth
Gamma Beta Phi
Honorart Academic Fraternity
Rebecca Ashby; Pam Boswell; Mark Clark; Janice Corbett; Debra Dodd; Susan Harris; Bob Hudgins; Gerald Klas, Treas.; Sandy Langley; Linda Nielsen; Kathy Noyes; June Pate, Historian; Debra Patterson; Karen Price; Sharon Renfrow; Tom Redding; Delaine Sharp; Ralph Smith; Deborah Speas, Sec.; Anna Styron, V-Pres.; Debra Taylor; Linda Vann; Dwight Waller, Pres.; Wanda Ward
Gamma Theta Upsilon
Honorary Geography Fraternity
T.E. Austin, Sec.-Treas.; Sandra Brock; Paula Davis; Becky Marie Johnson; Mark Kuffin; Stephen Moore: Dan Sullivan; Vicky Taylor, V-Pres.: E.C. Trill, Pres.; Robert White
Kappa Delta Pi
Honorary Education Fraternity
Pam Archer; Joseph Ashworth; J.W. Batten, Treas.; Rebecca Beard; Jean Brantley; Holly Brenner; Anne Britt; Kathy Bullock; Jan Clairborne; Dorothy Crissman; Theresa Dewar; Gayle Dickens; Jean Dixon; Sandra Dudley, Sec.; Marlene Dunn; Sharon Dussinger; James Erway; Sue Fulcher; Cora Mae Garrett, 2nd V-Pres.; Don Garris; Ron Hartis; Rita Hodges; Betty Jo Holland; William Huffman; Cathy Jackson; L.C. Jones, 1st V-Pres.; Lynn Joyner; Richard Kaake; Charles Keith; Lottie Lassiter; Charles Mare; Micki McDougall; Waller McLendon, Pres.; Micky Mioduszewski; Pam Pugh; Sherrie Quinley; Mark Royal; Mary Shannon; Catherine Smith; Peggy Smith; Pat Stallings; Debra Stocks; Debbie Strickland; Gail Sykes, Hist.-Treas.; Elizabeth Tart; Nachiappa Thinakaran; Alan Thornquest; Ed Turlington; Sharon Uhteg; Linda Wagner; Talmadge Wall; Sandra West; Denise Whitaker; Sandra Wilson; Sylvia Winchester; Almeta Woolard; Llewellyn Worsley
National Collegiate Players
Omicron Delta Epsilon
Honorary Economics Fraternity
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Phi Alpha Theta
Honorary History Fraternity
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Phi Beta Lambda
Honorary Business Fraternity
Mark Carpenter; Elizabeth Collins; Teresa Creech, Sec; Eddie Dutton, Pres.; Bobby Gibbs; Rick Gilliam, Treas.; Phyllis Haney; T.R. Pierce, V-Pres.; Eric Ripper;Bob Royal; Don Rundle; Buddy Salter; Bucky Sizemore; Dr. David B. Steven, Adv.; Everette Tedder; Phyllis Whitney
Phi Epsilon Mu
Honorary Physical Education Fraternity
Roster not available
Phi Kappa Phi
Ruth Andrews; Mary Bailey; Harold Bardill; Edwin Barllett; Susan Barrow; Martha Beals; Linda Blackwelder; Charles Brantley; Debra Brantley; Michael Bretting; Tony Bright; Nancy Britt; Belinda Broome; Betty Buck; Billy Burks; Robin Burnette; Waller Calhoun; Debra Carson; Marie Chamblee; Mary Clement; Vernon Corners; Paula Davis; Steven Deberry; Joanna Dempsey; Theresa Dewar; Sandra Dudley; Lewis Dulton; Barbara Edwards; Phyllis Ellenberg; William Fowler; Leo Franke; Carolyn Greene; Barbara Ham; ]oel Hancock; Sophia Harkins; Susan Harper; Emily Harrison; Karen Haskell; Susan Heje; Georgette Hedricks; Rila Hodges; Brenda Holden; Russell Holmes; Margaret Home; Catherine Howland; Nancy Hudson; Teresa Hunt; Rachel Ipock; Becky Johnson; Joe Keeter; Emily Kirk; Elizabel Koszulinski;
Alice Lancaster; Marion Lehman; Barbara Lewis; Can McComber; Donna Miller; Sarah Moore; June Pate; William Perry; Ellen Phlegar; Cynthia Pierce; Patricia Postel; Linda Rains; Janine Reep; Christopher Rice; Daniel Roath; Linda Robbins; Brenda Roberson; Harriet Rood; Alice Rose; Sara Sagar; Diane Sardella; Mary Savage; Shirley Smallwood; Clarissa Smith; Martha Sparrow; Joe Stines; Anna Styron; Irvin Swain; Mary Tadlock; Debra Taylor; Susanna Thompson: Eunice Trammell; Elisa Troutman; Nancy Troutman; Warren Van Male; Gregory Verlinden; Robert Voight; Linda Wagner; Rosemary VValdron; Wanda Ward; Mary Weaver; Margaret Wells; Judith Wheeler; Barbara While; Janet Whitley; Henry Wilhite; Martha Wolfe; Almeta Woolard; Mare Worrell; Patricia Vow; Linda Zurface
Phi Mu Alpha
Honorary Music Fraternity
Jim Allison; Gars Beachamp; Don Carnohan; Sid Clark; Alan Davis: Tal Fauntleroy; Lowell Harper; Brian Hoxie; Fred Hurley; Tim Jewell; Tony McCulchen; Craig Mills, Pres.; Ron Payne, Treas.; Wayne Powell, Sec.; Bill Reinhart; Tom Richards; Bobby Sullivan, V-Pres.; Charles Taylor; Dale Tucker; Steve Walker; Keith Wright
Ed Bartlett; Mill Beckner; Jeff Bost; John Brown; William Brown; Ron Binkley; Barry Bailey; Tom Clare; Will Creech; Steve Deberry; Bill Edwards; David Englert; Bill Fowler; David Mains; Braxton Hall; Tom Harrington: David House; L.C. |ones: Meal Lipke; Boh Marcke; Chuck Maxwell; Bill Murphy; Fred Obrecht; Bob Ponda; Bill Phipps; Mike Pillman; Vernon Summerall; Gary Salt; Bruce Silberman; Cliff Tritt; Fred West; James Westmoreland; Worth Worthington; John Walton; Terry Thompson; Mike Wilson; Greg Verlinden; Bobby Vail; James Shame
Phi Sigma Pi
Scholastic Honorary Society
Phi Upsilon Omicron
Honorary Home Economics Fraternity
Diana Adams: Dianne Baker; Marilyn Barfield; Mary Beaman; Mary Bell; Marilyn Bottoms; Kathy Bryan; Alice Buffaloe; Janice Burroughs; Martha Byrd; Mary Ellen Carawan; Linda Charlier; Mary Clement; Leah Curie; Evelyn Dail; Donna Davidson; Wanda Dickerson; Pamela Eakins; Sherry Garris; Sandra Garrett; Susan Harris; Judy Hartwell; Emily Harding; Wanda Jackson; Doris Kincade; Alice Lancaster; Connie Laskowski; Carol Lennon; Glenda Marsh; Yvonne Marlindale; Rose Massey; Carolyn Mayo; Helen McMillan; Laveita Merrill; Deborah Midgett; Katie Moore; Linda Morgan; Ann Mowbray; Linda Nielson; Julin Oliver; Linda Overby; Ann Parsley; Beverly Pegram; Joan Pilcher; Angela Rich; Linda Robbins; Ebbie Rog-
erson; Kay Smith; Elizabeth Taylor; Hettie Wallace; Joselyn White; Carolyn Williams; Julia Wilson; Carol Wood; Cynthia Wood; Susan Wood; Claudia Yeatts; Ruth Lambie, Advisor; Janis Shea, Advisor; Miriam Moore, Advisor; Initiates - Jackie Allen; David Angel; Genie Brann; Johnnie Crosby; Nancy Gautier; Carolyn Hadley; Gretchen Heid; Patricia Herman; Susan Herring; Julie Hulsey; Gena Johnston; Dianne Joyner; Jessica Manning; Carolyn Mansfield; Louise McAllister; Judith Moir; Mary Jo Nason; Patricia Nelson; Gail Riddle; Debra Runnion; Carol Sloan; Nan Smith; Carolyn Stewart; Angela Tripp; Sherry Troutman; Martha Wade; Jane Woodley; Sylvia Zelkin
Pi Omega Pi
Honorart Business Society
Joan Bass, V-Pres.; Frances Daniels; Gail Hester, Historian; Ellen McGowan, Treas.; Jimmy Smith, Pres.; Patricia Stallings, Sec.; Denise Whitaker; Llewellyn Worsley, Hist.
Pi Sigma Alpha
Honorary Political Science Fraternity
George Bedsworth; Sandra Blackwell; Ronny Brown; Pat Crawford; James M. Cronin; James Davis; John Dixon; Terry Everett; Grier Ferguson; Susan Gerlach; Joel Hancock; David Harrington; Christopher Hay; Joseph Henderson; Billie Jo Hobson; Katherine Home; Randy Hudson; Scott Keter; Martha Kellam; Craig Krupa; Kathy Langan; Edwina Lee; Bill Little; Robert Lucas; Sybil Moody; James Nail; John Narron; Oral Parks; Mike Parsons; Gary Naylor; Becky Robinson; Bert Sessoms; Thomas Schubert; Craig Thornton; Juanelle Wehmer; James Westmoreland; Edward Wheeler
Alice Ahrens; Gay Alexander; Sarah Anama; Donna Armstrong; Kathryn Auman; William Baker; Deborah Bannister; Harold Bardill; Nan Battle; Jane Beaman; Norma Beaman; Sharyn Bennett. |nn Benlz; Cathy Briley; Belinda Broome; Ka- ren Bumgardner; Patty Burke; Karen Bur- rus; Susan Campbell; Diane Carlson; Ed- na Cascioli; John Chase; Murry Chesson; John Childers; Thomas Clare; Henry
Clark; Rhonda Clark. Library Chrm.; Martha Clopton; Patricia Cole; Roger Cole; Lola Comer; Donna Corey; Beverly Cotten; Terry Craig; Larry Crandall; Jane Dameron; Minnie Daughterly; Fred Davenport; Stephen Davis; Kathryn Denny; Charles Edward; Carolyn Eggers; Ronald Eggers; Phyllis Ellenberg; Marj Ellis; Mary Ellison; Mary Faulkner; Patricia Finch; Steven Flora; Jean Fogleman; Richard Flowers; Richard Formaini; Nancy Frazelle; Arnold Fruliger; Lewis Gidley; Sharon Girardey; Richard Goodling: Katherine Green; Sharon Green; William Grossnickle; Monty Grubb; David Hains, Pub. Chrm.; Denise Hall; Barbara Ham; Alice Hamshar; Thomas Harrell; Robert Hartis; Karen Haskett. Pres.; Patsie Hasty; Larry Haves; Myree Haves; Kurt Helm; Rebecca Helms; Bruce Hen-
derson; Jacqueline Hill; Mary Hill; Rita Hodges; Lecter Hyder; John Ingram; Mary Ipock; Robert James; Allan Jones; William Johnston; Mary Kelly; Paul Kelly; Kermil Keeter; Joseph Keyes; Gary King; Vivian Kirkpatrick; Fernand Landry; Carmella Lane; Rosina Lao; James Lashley; Vann Lathan; Helen Lauderhaus; Lena Lee; Thomas Long; Nancy Light; Larry Lundy; Bonnie Lunsford; Charlotte Lynch; Louise McAlisler; Wanda Maqurean; Victor Mallenbaum; Ronald Manson; Cathy Marlowe; Tom Marsh; E.T. Martocia; Nancy Matthews; Jerry Maynor; Jeanetle Meadows; Marcy Meurs; Charles Mitchell; Alan Mobley; Robert Montaquila; Cynthia Newby; Max Nunez; William Obrecht; Margaret O'Neal; James Osberg; Thomas O'Shea; Alton Patrick; Cynthia Peterson; Lloyd Pettus; Gail Phillips; Thomas Phillips; William Phipps, Treas.; Virginia Pierpoint, Sec.; Robert Poole; Diana Prescott; Frank Prevail; Clinton Prewett; Brian Riley; Linda Rose; Bobbe Rouse; Suzanne Sadler; James Silva; Eileen Slater; Clarissa Smith; Robert Spence; Jay Steinberg; Debra Stocks; Randolph Stokes; Deborah Strayer; James Stuart; Martha Stuckey; David Swink; James Taylor; Kathleen Taylor; Alan Thornquest; Robyn Timberlake; Nancy Troutman; Susan Turner; Robert Vail; Brian Van Dercook; Miriam Wallace, V-Pres.; Frances Walters; Ann Waring; William Watson; Art Weatherwax; Judy While; Richard While; Robert Whiteside; Sam Williams; Patricia Willis; Cynthia Wilson; Kenneth Wright; Harry Youngblood
Sigma Alpha Iota
Professional Fraternity for Women in Music
Jonell Anderson; Carrie Bean, Chaplain; Shirley Blandino; Kathryn Finklea; Candy Flowers; Donna Grose, Pres.; Sally Helton, Sgt.-at-Arms; Connie King; Leslie Kpp, Asst., Treas.; Linda Metz, 1st V-Pres.; Carole Miller; Linda Montague, Corr.Sec.; Cheryl Newton, Ed.; Debbie Rhodes; Donna Russell, Ed.; Beverly Rouse, Treas.; Pat Shannon; Suzanne Shepherd; Debbie Stokes, 2nd V-Pres.; Ellen Reithmaier, Adv.
Sigma Tau Delta
Mary Arnett; Mr. Ira L. Baker; Dr. Warren Bezanson; Mark Blalock; Dr. William Bloodworth; Angie Bonner; Dough Burch; Sam Byer, Hist.; Bennett Cole; John Crawley; Carolyn Davis; Leigh Duque; Wanda Edwards, Sec.; Mrs. Nellvena Eutsler; Mrs. Nell Everett; Mr. Paul Farr; Mrs. Marie Farr; Jill Fitgerald; Pat Fleming; Joel Fogleman; Pat Fountain, Treas.; Barbara Hall; Georgette Hedrick;Diane
Horne; Valerie Hutcherson; Janet Kemper; Sandy Langley; JoAnne Latino; Gary McCullough; Dr. Douglas McMIllan, Adv.; Mrs. Dorothy Mills; Carolyn MObley; Dr. Frank MOtley; Douglas NOble; Pam Page, Pres.; Sidney Reams; Shirley Smallwood; Dr. Malcolm South; Teresta Speight; Harold Stephens; Ruby Wade, V-Pres.; Cynthia Williams; Linda Wooten
Sigma Theta Tau
Honorary Nursing Society
Barbara Adams; Diane Aldridge; Sandra Alphin; Edith Averelle; Carolyn Barnes; Frances Bennett; M. Lee Bennett; Claudia Benzon; Audrey Biggers; Ruth Broadhurst; Teresa Burt; Donna Cederberg; Helen Chamblee; Donna Dorsey; Sarah Flanary; Lana Foushee; Beebe Frazer; Faye Freeze; Judy Garrison; Ida Gaskill; Peggy Grinds; Louise Haigwood; Rachel Hall; Bettie Hooks; Dayne Howell; Vainda Isenhower; Dorothy Jenkins: Estelle Johns; Jackie Jones; Jeanette Jones; Sue Jordan; Frances Krom; Judy Kuykendall; Elaine Laffiteau; Theresa Lawler; Charlotte Martin; Phyllis Martin; Inez Martinez; Dottie McGee; Katherine McKinley; Valerie Miller; Ina Modlin; Ellen Morton; Lenore Morton; Edith My-
ers; Diana Nelson; Peggy Nelson; Phyllis Nichols; Linda Noel; Nancy Odham; Jean Owens; Barbara Oyler; Frances Parker; Virginia Payne; Mallie Penry; Evelyn Perry; Eldean Pierce; Sarah Pike; Frances Porter; Deborah Price; Karen Price; Cathy Prince; Lona Ratcliffe; Robbie Riddle; Chris Riley; Emily Rivenbark; Linda Schmehl; Susan Shaw; Sylvene Spickerman, Nancy Stevenson; Karen Tillwick; Donna Thigpen; Jacklyn Travis; Joyce Turnage; Judy Viereck; Bonnie Waldrop; Sharon Walker; Patsy Wallace; Eva Warren; Patricia Wenkman; Alta Whaley; Elizabeth White; Martha Wolfe; Patricia Worthington; Jeannie Yount; Patricia Yow; Artista Zangas
Honorary Science Research Fraternity
Full Members--Carl Adler; Charles Bland; David Bosley; Joseph Boyette; Dudley Bryant; Hubert Burden; Tilden Burrus; Myron Caspar; Donald Clemens; Hal Daniel; Graham Davis; Gerald Dohm; Gorver Everett; Robert Fulghum; Teddy Grindstaff; William Grossnickle; Carolyn Hampton; Edward haseley; Dean Hyeck; Christine Helms; Elvins Holstius; Takeru Ito; Donald Jeffreys; William Jones; Richard Kerns; Robert Lamb; IrvinLawrence; Joseph LeConte; James Lemley; Jean Lowry; Warren McAllister; Richard McCorkle; James MCcDaniel; Susan McDaniel; Terence McEnally; Joe McGee; John McLean; Edgar Meibohm; Hugh Patterson; Garland Pendegraph; David Phelps; Norwin Peirce; Tullio Pignani; Edward Ryan; Thomas Sayetta; M.R. Schweisthal; Alice Scott; Prem Sehgal; James Sherer; Robert Tacker; Pei-Lin Tien; Paul Warlashkin; Blanche Watrous; George Weidgan; Wallace Wooles; Associate Members--Ramesh Ajmera; Wendall Allen; Donald Barnes; Francis Belcik; Vincent Bellis; Bobby Bishop; Jack Brinn; Byron Coulter; Charles Gilbert; Carlton Heckrotte; James Hix; William Hume; Albert Jennigs; Robert May; Stanley Riggs; Everett Simpson; Local Members--Lokenath Debnath; Gray Richardson; Robert Hursey, Jr.; Robert Klein; Rochard Weimar, Jr.; Edwin Monroe; Milam Johnson; Pat Daugherty; Yoon Hough Kim; William Spickerman; Charles O'Rear; Sam Pennington; Dorothy Lemley
Alpha Delta Pi
Susan Anderson; Allyson Andrews; Nancy Bagley; Nancy Bashford, Sec; Dana Bishop; Dewey Bryant; Robin Clark; Pam Coley; Amy Collelle; Ann Cottros; Tish Daniel; Brenda Eagles; Blair Everett; Janet Ferebee; Jean Forrest; Cindy Freeman; Shawn Gallagher; Karol Hart; Jan Heindenreich; Nancy Higginson; Gretchen Jefferson; Beth Lockamy; Linda
Lyons; Susie Macon; Faye Maness, Treas.; Arlyne McCarthy; Mary Kemp Mebane; Connie Minges, Pledge Tr.; Carol Morgan; Annelle Piner; Sandy Sanker; Mary-Jo Saunders; Nancy Saunders; Lyn Stewart; Susan Temple; Beth Todd, V. Pres.; Teresa Tuttle; Judy Wetherington; DiAnna Whitaker, Pres.; Connie Wrenn.
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sheila Bunch; Linda Clark; Aldriche Davidson; Gloria Fisher, Treas.; Mary Fisher; Jackie Hawkins; Cynthia Henly; Janice Hobbs, Corr. Sec.; Lena Lee; Marolyn Manly; Debby McCoy, V. Pres.; Annie Morris, Rec Sec; Cvnthia Newbv; Mildred Ramsey; Willie Settle; Shirley Smallwood, President
Alpha Omicron Pi
Marly Boyan; Myra Cooper; Diane Dean; Joanne Dobson; Jo Anne Egerton; Mary Anne Egerton: Barbara Floyd; Lanette Getsinger, Corr. Sec; Teri Hanrahan; Faye Hightower; Leslie Jones; Deborah Knowles; Donna Lawson; Cathy Manley; Charlotle Marshburn; Tricia Martino; Lvnne Massengill; Ann Melvin; Undine Miller; Vicki Miller; Karen Moore, Pres.;
Marsha Murphey, Treas.; Barbara Overcash; Jenny Pale; Kathy Pinyoun; Pam Reganhardt; Debbie Rogers, Rec. Sec; Rhonda Ross; Cindy Sayer; Jane Schiller; Cher Sheppard; Debbie Strickland, V. Pres.; Carol Wedel; Betty While; Leigh Williams: Kate Woolen; Pat Yow; Kathy Pechal
Becky Ackert; Dianne Aycock; Barmen Barber; Anita Bass; Sheryl Bayer; Stephanie Beauchaine; Sharyn Bennett; Dianne Bowen: Jane Bunch; Barbara Car- ter; Kathy Charlelon; Karen Colquitt. V. Pres.; Gail Conoly; Glenda Denton; Kar- en Ellsworth, PL Trainer; Susan Fish; Sally Freeman; Karla Fuller; Linda Gardner, Treas.; Patty Hilo; Kaki King; Pat Krauss; Sherry Lewis; Jo Van Lockwood; Donna Lynch; Cynthia McNeil; Candie
Marcellus; Ramona Meachum; Lynne Mitchell; Susan Mooney, Rec. Sec; Sandy Penfield; Angela Pennino; Johanna Reich; Karen Romer; Brenda Sanders, Pres.; Sandra Saver; Peggy Shcarbach; Linda Shull; B.J. Slarling; Rosalynn Strowd; Angela Tripp; Peggy Upchurch; Jenny Warren; Susan Walton; Cheryl Willard; Gail Williams; Vivian Williams; Rebecca Winston
Alpha Phi Alpha
James Adams; Gregory Carter; James Carter; Kenneth Gilbert; Palmer Lasane; Charlie Lovelace, V- Pres.; Larry Malone; James Mitchell, Pres.; Delma Moore; Tommy Patterson, Sec; Jose Ramos Treas.; Tyrone Williams
Alpha Phi Omega
Rick Balak; Dennis Barrick; Larry Bissette; John Bogatko; Doug Davenport; Jim Godfrey, Pres.; Steve Hayes; Tom Jamieson, Treas.; Bob Krainiak; Mike Mahne; Greg McLeod, 2nd V. Pres.; Bennie Meeks; Glen Miller; Mike O'Brien; Greg Pace, 1st V. Pres.; Gene Riddle; Danny Scott; Al Solier; Jackie Spright; Vic Stanfield; Bill Swanson; Bill Taylor; Mel Toler; Steve West, Sec.
Alpha Xi Delta
Debbie Ainsworth; Donna Armstrong, Cor.Sec; Ginger Avery; Denise Brewer; Cam Brown, V. Pres.; Paula Browning; Janice Burroughs; Anna Carson; Lucy Coward, Rec. Sec; Teresa Culbreath; Mahala Dees, Pres.; Judy Eargle; Lydia Ferguson; Diane Gerrior; Sandy Gerrior; Kathy Greene; Rosanne Hager; Penny Hall; Mary Alice Holt, Pl. Trainer; Linda Harrell; Linda Hoff; Patricia Huff; Ellen Kelly; Cindy Kornegay; Sherry Killen; Carolyn McMillan; Joyce Mudrock, Treas.; Tona Price; Sharon Overby; Lynn Reville; Becca Robinson; Rose Ann Robinson; Nancy Sellers; Frances Shellon; Beth Skillman; Lynda Simmons; Dale Wilson; Kay Wiman; Nancy Wiman; Leslie Wyatt
Ann Bass; Joan Bass; Gayle Best; Brenda Calhoun; Mamie Cicerone; Vickie Cutts; Debra Dodd; Diana Goettman, Treas.; Sandy Langley; Nancy Morgan, Pres.; Kathy Noyes; Kathy Owens; Sharon Renfron; Cathy Robinson; Jane Shelterly, Sec; Margaret Skinner; Betsy Suggs; Kathy Taylor, V. Pres.; Lou Anne Taylor; Ellen Blackwell; Mary Campbell; Lisa Davis; Peggy Farr; Linda Briffin, Rush Chrm.; Lydia Hagna; Susan Harris; Anita
Luper; Missy Manley; Janice Moore; Linda Nielsen; Debbie Patterson, Pl. Tr.; Gail Phillips; Debbie Roe, House Man.; Debbie Runnion; Vickie Vaughan; Hettie Wallace; Gladys Wylie; Cathy Callihan; Kim Campbell; Frankie Carter; Kathy Carter; Nancy DeMeter; Tama Flaherty; Kim Kuzmuk; Elizabeth Nelson; Jean Ramey; Daria Saitta; Rita Waring; Minn Whiteside; Joanne Wilfert; Sherran Brewer; Leslie Moore
Delta Sigma Phi
Edward Barnes, Sec; Sam Boyd; John Englehart; Kevin Evans, V. Pres.; Larry Evans, Treas.; Rod Freeze; Burl Gibbs; Doug Gourley; Billy Greene; Gene Graziosi; Stan Hall; Steve Horner; Buzz Johnson; Michael Laney; Doug Miller; Win-
ston Mayhew; Steve Micham; Tom Perrin; Percy Perry; Wesley Price; Larry Ray; David Reavis; Art Richard, III; Brady Sadak; John Scidel, Sgt.-at-Arms; Ricky Teague; BobThorsen; Wayne Wooky; Barbara Wells, Sweetheart
Delta Sigma Theta
Renee Andrews; Joyce Bouknight; Carol Caldwell; Eldred Clemons; Veronica Coburn, Treas.; Debbie Collins. Corr. Sec. Mamie Davis; Linda Ebron; Janice Jakes Pat Jones; Louise Jenkins; Kathy McLead; Harriette McCullers; Naomi Newton, V-Pres.; Denise Patterson; Edna Roundtree Linda Simpson; Terry Thompson, Pres.; Veronica Ward; Shirley Washington; Gloria Williams, Rec. Sec.
Gamma Sigma Sigma
Ann Carrow; Jackie Cashio; Celesl Dickens; Gilda Engiman; Jeannie Hagan; Emma Lou Hannon; Joan Harrison; Beannie Hembree; Pam Hemenway; Lynn Hohbs; Kathy Jones; Marilyn Mann; Alice Mathern; Patty McMahon; Baldwin Morris; Casey Parsons; Donna Peterson; Pam Plant; Loretta Russo; Lindsay Sale; Carol Sharpe; Robin Stover; Karen Vreeland; Rhonda Walker; Dena Webb; Emily Williams
Lee Askew; Rass Bagley; Richard Bilbro; Jack Blackburn; Jimmy Bond; Jim Buckman; Donnie Bonn; Rick Byrd; Mike Carter; John Calhoun; Craig Cox; David Diehl; Chris Furlough, Pres.; Radford Garrett; Rip Graham; Robin Greenwood; Bill Harper; Hugh Hawfield; Kevin Hendon; Jock Hernig; Chuck Hester; Marty Holmes: Skay House; Ben James; Leonard Jones; Charlie Knight; Chick Lamb; Fred Lemmond; Bill Lipscomb; Ernie Massei; Al Nichols, V. Pres.; Sandy Peele; Van Powell; Kevin Pric; Fred Proctor, Corr. Sec; Mike Roberson; John Robertson; John Rodman; John Stauffer; Bert Stewart; Donald Taylor; Ronald Taylor, Par.; Bruce Tillery, Rec. Sec.; Jimmy Todd, Historian; Buxton Turner, Treas.; Pete West; David Wilson
Elizabeth Caldwell; Kathy Caston, Rush Chrm.; Renea Compton; Linda Cox; Susan Craig, Asst. Treas.; Debbie Dawson; Dilly Dills; Kathy Fahrenbruch; Charlene Gerguson; Debbie Fridle; Martica Griffin; Kathy Gentry: Denise Hall; Kathy Koonce; Nancy Light; ]anet Loelkes; Mary Loughran; Dianne Lucas; Bit Lun- dy. Ed.; Patrice Myers; Patti Myers. Treas.; Gail Nixon; Martie Pendleton, Sec.; Robin Pomeroy; Becky Richardson; Donna Riggs; Chris Riley, Pres.; Meredith Shaw; Kathy Sheehan; Elizabeth Slocks, V. Pres.; Donna Suggs; Rita Towns; Mary Wilson; Pam Wright
Bill Balchelor; Ed Balson; David Bradley; Bob Brantley; Mark Brodsky; David Bullock; Sam Byrer, Grand Master; Carl Cobb; Jim Collins; Buddy Daves; Leo Derick; Mike Deutsch; Tim Dew; Grier Ferguson; Jim Godwin; Tom Hancock; Punky Hardman; Richard Harris; Bobby Johnson; Steve Kluttz; Chuck Mahaffey; Keith Mangun; Tom Matthews; Tom McCann, Grand Scribe; Bill McGee; Allen McKae; Steve Moore; Mark Newton; Bill
Parks; Mike Parsley; Randy Poindexter Bill Price; Grant Ralston; Chris Ripper, Grand Treas.; Eric Ripper; Scott Rhodes; Greg Rouse; Don Rundle; Don Sanders; Joey Sanders; Dennis Sarrell; Keith Siler; Bucky Sizemore; John Staley; Mike Ste adman; Greg Sparks; Bob Sullivan; Art Taylor; Steve Thompston; Jim Towe; Tommy Vicars, Grand Procurator; Park Warne; John Wharton; Mike White; Master of Cer.; Ken Windley; George Wood
Lambda Chi Alpha
Jaime Austria; James Beachan; Bill Burnett; Stephen Boyette; Chuck Clodfelter; Blake Comhy; David Cottle; Doug Coyle, Fret. Ed.; Bub Cox, Rush Chrm.; David Crawford; Jerry Cunningham, V. Pres.; Glenn Cutrell; Ken Dickerson, House Mgr.; Richard Drogos; Fraysure Fulton; Stuart Gaines; Hubert Gibson, Treas.; David Gies; Glenn Groves; Gregg Gul-
ghum; Gil Hendrix, Ritualist; James Ingram; Schol. Chrm.; David Jarema; Bil Lackey; Thomas Matthews; Rick Mitchell; Andy Schmidt, Soc. Chrm.; Porter Shaw, Pres.; Mike Stout; Vern Strother; Dan Tew, Pub. Chrm.; John Thomas; Luke Vail, Sec.; Tommy Way; Brownie Wilson; James Wilson; Steve Yount
Omega Psi Phi
Cedric Dickerson; Eddie Dungee; Jackson Farrar; Willie Harvey, Chaplain; Dennis Humphrey; Maurice Huntley, V. Pres.; Michael Jones, Pres.; Alvin Joyner; C.R. Knight; Marshall McAden, Treas.; Dalton Nicholson; Gary Phillips: Les Strayhorn
Phi Kappa Tau
John Ammons; Jeff Becker; Bill Benson; Jim Byrd; John Carpenter, Sec.; Mike Cascio, Treas.; Tim Chambers; Ray Church, Stgt.-at-Arms; Glenn Critcher; Kim Dudleck; Warren Hardin; Chris Isley; Greg Ingalls; Bill Jones; Jimmy Kaurohalious; Leslie Knight; Butch Long; John
Lynch; Bruch Mann, V-Pres.; Keith McKinney; Davy Plyler; Billy Rippy; Bobby Rippy, Pres.; Mike Russell; jack Snypes; Timmy Stephenson; Gary Stone; George Stuphin; Bruce Terrell; Thad Thornton; Andrew Wheeler; Rick Wynn.
Pi Kappa Phi
Mike Bass; Keith Beatty; Waller Benton; Daryll Braswell; Bob Brewster; Jesse Brown; Reynolds Calvert; John Coble; George Daniels; Jack Dillin; Carl Ealy; John Evans; Mark Fackrell; Jim Forshaw; Mike Gerber; John Gunnells; Robert Hacknev; Bill Hardwood; Ed Harris; Sonny Hart; Hill Heard; Tom Henson; Harry Helmer; Terry Hodge; Randy Hug-
gins; Larry Huston; Nathan Kelly; Wayne King; Andy Kozel; Eddy Lassiter; Rick Llewellyn; Jay Lucas; Rodney McDonald; Milton McLamb; Fred Morton; John Rambo; Keith Rockwell: Bill Shelton Brian Sibley; Craig Sink; Reed Spears Griff Vincent; Mark Walser; Eric Walker; Hank Wylie
Pi Lambda Phi
Joe Bicldell; Don Christian; Keith Cline; Fred Cohen; Robert Cutler, Pres.; Kelly Davenport; Kenny Davis, Marshal; Jim Dickson; Ray Edwards; Ronnie Ferrell; Hal Finch; Steve Gordon; Phil Lanier, V. Pres.; Blaine Lucas, Scribe; Terry Lucas; Pal Minges; Chuck Monson, Treas.; Rick Nipper; Wayne Price; Sandy Retchin; Bill Shreve; Wayne Stephens
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Brett Bean; Paul Blustm Rec. Sec; Thomas Brown; Tony Burden; Bob Cande; Bub Carr, Corr. Sec; Ed Crotts; Jim Dwyer; Steve Faris; David Fields; Bobby Haithcox; Ian Hollander; Birdie Johnson; Mike Johnson; Avery Jones; Bob Joyce, V. Pres.; Gray Kimbell; Jergl Leonard; Bill Messer, Pres.; Jeff Miller; Howard Montague; John Moore; Ken Morin; Rocky Nelson; Kirk Thayer; Tom Ward; Bill Willis, Treas.
Sigma Sigma Sigma
Cincy Ange, V. Pres.; Roxanne Arlin; Gail Allison; Ann Baird; Lesa Bell; Harriet Brinn; Regina Bullock; Jennifer Carr, Pres.; Carol Cox, Corr. Sec; Cathy Dameron; Carol Deardorff; Sue Farmer; Julia Ann Gibson; Karen Greiner: Pal Harrison; Inglis Holcomb; Kathy Hollowell; Ginny Hubard; Robin James, Rus
Chrm.; Susie Johnson, Sch Chrm ; Diane Joyner, Rec. Sec; Jayne Key; Sharon Marion; Laura McFall; Tana Nobles, Treas.; Allison Plaster; Susan Quinn; Jo Ann Ragazzo; Tommie Robertson; Lynn Rodd; Louisa Sims; Joan Singleton: Lynn Slughler; Marlyse Smith; Liz Tart; Lisa Turner; Terri Wachler
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Syd Bailey, Pres.; Kirk Bass; Eddie Batchelor; John Beal; John Beard; Steve Beard; Bill Beddingfield, Pledge Tr.; Eddie Boger; Brian Brantley; Jimmy Butler; Joe Chesson; Tom Chipak; Collins Cooper; Bob Curlee; Larry Curry, V. Pres.; Jerry Gardner; Eric Gomo; Rodney Gray; John Grinnell; Bryon Haddock; Jimmy Hahn; Johnny Holland; Lee Howe, Chaplain; Jeff Hutchens; Dwayne Ingram; Joe Johnson; Tommy Johnson; Doil Killman; Widgie Kornegay; Phil Mahoney, Sec; Al Meeks: Tom Norman; Gary Owens; Terry Purkson; Bob Saunders; Pat Sullivan; Arnold Wallace; Kennen Williams; Russell Wilson; Glenn Wood; Nancy Wood, Sweetheart
Gary Averilte; Geoff Beaston; Wayne Bland; John Bullard; Mike Burbank; Danny Carpenter; Norman Davis; Terry Durham; Jack Elkins; Bob Feeney; Tommy Fleetwood; Bill Godwin; Bobby Harrison; Joe Heavner; Steve Herring; Mike Herring; Mike Hogan; Dave LaRussa; Ronnie Leggett; Rick McMahon; Randy Monroe; John Narron; Russ Smith; Ron Slaggs; Carl Summerell
Varsity - Greg Ashorn; Roger Atkinson; Buzzy Braman; Robert Geter; Kenny Edwards; Larry Hunt; Reggie Lee; Tom Marsh; Chuck Mohn; Donnie Owens; Tom Quinn, Coach; Nicky White Jr. Varsity - Tiim Brogan; Robert Carraway; Charlie Durham; Dickie Flye; Steve Harris; Al McCrimmons; Harry Miller; Larry Modlin; Craig Pugh; Tom Twitty, Coach; Tommy Williams; Tyrone Williams
Debbie Allen; Carlene Boyd; Sheila Byrum; Gale Chamblee; Marie Chamblee; Sheilah Cotten; Brenda Dail; Ginny Deese; Lollie Edwards; Dora Fitzsimmons; Ellen Garrison; Terry Jones; Marolyn Jordon; Laura Kilpatrick; Charlotte Layton; Susan Manning; Myra Modlin; Sharon Smith; Lu Ann Swain; Frances Swenholt; Velma Thomas; Terry Ward; Gail Betton, Scorer; Sue Calverley, Statistician; Lea Kemezis, Manager; Myra Lewis, Trainer; Miss Catherine Bolton, Coach
Kim Aussanl; Judy Barnes; Denise Bobbin; Sherry Cobb; Debbie Davis; Jerry Jones; Becky Keeter; Rodney McDonald; Rick Nipper; Mike Radford; John Rambo; Kathy Rambo; Bryan Sibley
Gail Betlon; Catherine Bollon, Coach; Carlene Boyd; Dora Filzsimmons; Jane Gallop; Marion Hart; Terry Jones; Nancy Richards; Frances Swenholt; Lynn Schubert
Boh Bailey; Addison Bass; Ricky Bennett; Jim Bolding; Larry Bolger; Clay Burnett; Ned Cheely; Toni Chipok; Pele Conaty; Rod Compton; Jimmy Creech, Grad. Asst. Coach; Carlester Crumpler, Mike Crusie; Dave Dadisman; Tim Dameron, Grad. Asst. Coach; Bill D'Andrea, Grad. Asst. Coach; Tom Daub; Jonathan Deming; Jacob Dove; Stan Eure; Tom Frazier; Benny Gibson; John Grinnell; Cary Godette; Greg Harbaugh; Bucky Harrison; Billy Hibbs; Tim Hightower; Robin Hogue; Fred Horeis; Jimmy Howe; Danny Kepley; Dan Killebrew; Warren Klawiter; Rickv Leonard; Buddy Lowery;
Larry Lundy; Ernie Madison; Rusty Markland; Winston Mayhew; Ken Moore; Steve Mulder; Mike Myrick; Gary Niklason; Frank Novack; Greg Pingston; Reggie Pinkney; Chip Post; Sonny Randle, Head Coach; Mike Roper; Skip Russell; Mike Shea; Don Schink; Tedd Schoch; Butch Strawderman; Ken Strayhorn; Nelson Strother; Carl Summerell; Joe Tkach; Henry Trevathan; Greg Troupe; Larry Van Der Heyden; Bobby Voight; Mike Weaver; Vic Wilfore; Wilber Williamson; Jack White, Grad. Asst. Coach; Jim Woody
Les Bass; Bebo Balls, Carl Bell; Tommy Boone; Bill Cain, Head Coach; Jack Chatham; Mac McLendon, Asst. Coach; Doug Owens; Eddie Pinnix; Jim Ward
Charlene Daniels; Jody Fountain, Coach; Joan Fulp; Linda Gosnell; Jenny Griffin; Linda Lane; Debbie Laurer; Mimi Miller; Myrna Ocasio; Gail Phillips; Carol Reeves, Coach; Melanie Rufty; Jane Smith; Beth Wheeler; Tim Winslow, Coach; Vicki Witt
Pete Angus; Chris Bain; Scott Balas; Doug Burnett; Winston Chen; Mike Fetchko; Bob Gebhardt; John Henderson; Rick Johnson; Monte Little, Coach; Lloyd McCleeland; Bucky Moser; Danny O'Shea; David Schaler; Brad Smith; Tom Tozer; Ed Wolcott, Asst. Coach
Sue Bengham; Lu Boyd; D.J. Conlyn; Cryo Conner; Caroline Cooney; Molly Crosland; Jo Greene; Cindy LaFollette; Mary McDuffie; Beverly Osborn; Eric Orders, Coach; Judy Peacock; Angela Pennino; Timmie Phaw; Marie Reichstein; Kathy Schlee; Linda Shull; Linda Smiley; Barbara Strange; Kim Strickland; Peggy Toth; Donna Welch; Cindy Wheler; Tracie White; Mary Winters
Ross Bohlken; Mike Bretting; Tom Falk; Larry Green; Jim Hadley; Charlie Hart; Greg Hinchman; Ronnie Hughes; Charlie Kemp; David Kirkman; Richard LaValee; Steve Martin; Ken Morin; Henry Morrow; Kevin O'Shea; Bill Brehn; Ricky Prince; Steve Rudelinger; Ray Sharf, Head Coach; Paul Schiffel; Ron Schnell; Bob St. Clair, Asst. Coach; Bobby Vail
Men - Teddy Abegounis; Chris Davis; Doug Getsinger; Wray Gilette; Tim Hill; Thomas Marion; Paul Martin; James Peterson; John Rains; Jim Ratcliff; William Rambeau; Ed Spiegel; Bob Sullivan; Richard Thomas; Joe Zahran; Wes Hankins, Coach; Keith Winkler, Manager Women - Linda Anderson; Ann Archer; Cynthia Averett; Gail Betton; Susan Bussey; Ann Cnavase; Tisa Curtis; Ginny Deese; Janet Ennis; Ginny Gainey; Cheryl Harward; Leigh Jefferson; Bobbie Morrill; Susan Riddle; Lynn Schubert; Gwen Waller; Ellen Warren; Lynn Witt
Bill Bailey; Neil Bransfield; Larry Clark; Al Cross; Carlester Grumpier; Curt Dowdy; Joe Durham; Nat Haggar; Willie Harvey; Larry Hines; John Hoffman, Manner Huntley; Ariah Johnson; Al Kalamaja; Jerry Klas; Palmer Lisane; Charlie Lovelace; Larry Malone; Marty Martin; Bill McRee; Al McCrimmons; Art Miller; Scott Miller; Charles Moxay; Ivy Peacock; Sam Phillips; John Pitts; Roy Quick; Ed Rigsby; Glen Russell; Dennis Stokes; Ken Stravhorn; Les Strayhorn; Robbie Walters; Tom Watson; Bill Wulzyn
Sue Calverley; Gale Chamblee: Marie Chamblee; Jan Glairborne; Susan Collie; Sheilah Cotten; Cookie Eagan; Emy Fishel; Charlotte Layton; Vickie Lee; Myra Modlin; Lu Ann Swaim; Terry Ward; Donna Woolard; Bobbi Baker, Chaperone; Ginny Merrifield; Trainer; Sharon Smith, Scorer; Abdul Ali Ghori, Coach.
Glenn Baker; Jim Blair; Willie Bryant; Bruce Hall; Bill Hill; Paul Ketchum; Tom Marriott: Mike Radford; Steve Satterwaite; Mill Sherman; John Welborn, Coach; Ron Whitcomb
Campus Crusade for Christ
The Great Debate
ECU's Med School
Since its inception in the minds of progressive leaders in eastern North Carolina, the ECU med-school has travelled a long and rocky road. The road was seemingly never rockier, however, than during the great debate raised over the expansion of the one- year program established at ECU by the NC General Assembly in 1972. Eventually decided by a compromise bill passed by the Joint Appropriations Committee of the General Assembly, the debate raged between the UNC Board of Governors on the one hand and ECU forces on the other.
Often placed in a bad light by proponents of an expanded medical program at ECU, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors was not without a defense for its position. In a written statement to the Buccaneer,
Board chairman William A. Dees, Jr. emphasized the accomplishments of the Board in the area of medical education:
Recognizing North Carolina's great need for more doctors, the Board of Governors has given priority attention to medical education since it first assumed its responsibilities in the summer of 1972. The first result of this endeavor was a program for a major expansion of the School of Medicine of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which will bring an increase in enrollment from 427 in 1972-73 to 640 by 1979-80. Further, the Board proposed to increase the level of State assistance to the Bowman Gray School of Medi-
cine at Wake Forest University and to Duke University Medical School, with the understanding that these two institutions would increase their enrollment of North Carolinians. This expansion program, fully funded by the 1973 session of the General Assembly, is a great step forward in meeting the medical care needs of North Carolina.
According to Dees. "Expanding the existing medical schools was the action needed to train more physicians in the shortest possible time." In Dees' words, however, the Board nevertheless recognized that "more needed to be done." A special Panel of Medical Consultants composed of distinguished medical educators was therefore commissioned by the Board of
Governors to investigate possibilities for the expansion of the one-year medical school at ECU.
The report of this committee to the Board proved damaging to the ECU cause, and in it the Panel cited two reasons why expansion would be premature. First, a report issued by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education in April. 1973, had been highly critical of the one-year program at ECU. Second, the clinical resources necessary for undergraduate medical education were largely committed to the expansion program already instituted by the Board of Governors and funded by the General Assembly.
Moreover, the Panel advised that the next important step in meeting North Carolina's need for more physicians was to expand post-graduate medical training rather than under- graduate. Toward this end the Panel suggested that a concentrated effort be made to expand the network of Area Health Education Centers. Dees outlined the main thrust of the Pane recommendation as follows:
It called for the creation of 300 new residency places in primary care specialties in North Carolina, and, most important of all,
it recommended that the network of Area Health Education Centers be expanded, so that undergraduate and post-graduate medical education, and the clinical training of other health professions students, could utilize the resources of community hospitals across the State. In this way, more physicians could be immediately provided, a better geographical distribution of physicians through the rural areas of North Carolina could be achieved, clinical education resources could be expanded, and the facilities and resources for medical care in all regions of the State could be strengthened.
The Board of Governors, on the basis of the Panels' report, developed a comprehensive plan for the expansion of medical education on a state-wide basis. The plan focused on the expansion of post-graduate medical education and Area Health Education Centers; expansion of ECU's one-year med school, however, was omitted.
In a Fountainhead interview Dr. Wallace R. Wooles, dean of the pres- ent one-year School of Medicine at East Carolina, gave his reaction to the Panel's findings. Wooles disagreed with the committee's conclusion that a four-year med school at ECU would not necessarily mean more doctors for eastern North Carolina. He also felt that the estimated cost of such a school - $65 million - was misleading. Dr. Edwin W. Monroe, vice chancellor of the ECU medical program, also indicated his disagreement with the Board's position in another interview for the campus newspaper. Monroe stated that it was possible for the decision to be amended by the NC General Assembly when it reviewed the Board of Governors recommendations in 1974.
Advocates of an expanded program for East Carolina were understandably dismayed by the Board's position, but were by no means quieted. Instead, ECU forces voiced their argu-
Opposite page. Top: Dr. McNeil directs students in anatomical locations. Bottom: Students spend many hours in lab probing and identifying. Left: Brinkley Eure identifies cranial nerves in the brain.
ments before the General Assembly's Joint Appropriations Committee.
State Senator Ralph H. Scott summarized the months of strenuous debate in a statement for the Buccaneer:
The turning point in East Carolina University's long struggle for expansion of its medical school occurred at a crucial meeting of the General Assembly's Joint Appropriations Committee on February 25. 1974.
For weeks and months the Committee leadership had sought to resolve the differences between the ECU forces on the one hand and the UNC Board of Governors forces on the other.
When these efforts failed, Co-chairman Carl Stewart and I introduced a compromise bill. It called for adding a second year to the one-year med school, which is what the ECU forces wanted, but it did not specify a hard-and-fast deadline for doing so, which is what the Board of Governors was trying to avoid.
Promoters of the compromise bill worked into the wee hours of the night on February 25 trying to line up the necessary votes. When the Committee convened the following morning, it was apparent that the effort had succeeded. The Committee approved the compromise bill by a comfortable margin of votes ....
Inserted into the main body of the
over-all State government budget bill, the compromise bill passed both House and Senate without debate.
The limited victory ECU advocates enjoyed in February, 1974, was only one of many they had won over a period of ten years. The push for the medical school began in 1964 when the possibilities of beginning such a school at East Carolina were first ex- amined. Starting in 1965, the NC Gen- eral Assembly appropriated funds to ECU with the idea of establishing a four-year school in the future. The already-established School of Nursing gave an added incentive for instituting a medical school at the University. The more recent establishment of the School of Allied Health with its nine departments - social work; correc- continued on page 271
Below: Pam Shirley and Sally Shu are ECU's two women medical students.
JOYNER LIBRARY -
gettiri better every day!
Once a common target for criticism, Joyner Library made several recent improvements which helped meet the needs of the campus population. Dr. Ralph E. Russell, director of library services, stated in a Fountainhead article that "Our goal is to provide maximum access to library materials." Certainly the staff took significant steps in this direction during the 1973-74 school year.
The conversion from closed to open stacks during the summer ranked as the major improvement. Gone were the long lines of disgruntled students who paced the length of the circulation desk waiting for their books;
instead, students browsed the shelves at their leisure, skimming the books they thought might be of value before investing time in filling out call slips. Russell admitted that the physical structure of the building was less than ideal for an open stack arrangement; after the system had been in operation for a trial period, however, he was pleased with everyone's cooperation and reported that the system was working very well.
Another new feature of the library was the paperback exchange program, where students selected paperbacks from a special rack in the periodicals room in exchange for books they no
Attention focused as well on improving communication between the library users and its staff. Informative pamphlets acquainted incoming students with the many services Joyner had to offer. A question box by the library exit drew a number of queries regarding Joyner's operation, and replies were promptly posted for everyone's enlightenment. Expanded operating hours and an increase in the number of employees on the reference staff allowed users to profit further from their library .
Above: Massive columns rise up be- fore the entrance to Joyner.
Above: Joyner's reference room remains active eighteen hours a day.
Below left: Webster's unabridged provides another answer.
Below right: Joyner's serials catalog lists periodicals housed in the library.
Opposite page. Top left: Open stacks allow students to select books at their convenience.
dents to select books at their conveni- are commonplace during construction
Bottom left: Xerox machines of Joyner's annex.
Top right: Location maps aid students in finding materials.
Middle right: Cement blocks are commonplace during construction of Joyner's annex
Bottom right: Opinion boxes invite responses from all library users.
"It's Greek to Me!"
Forming generalizations about the Greek culture as it was found on the ECU campus in 1973-74 became as difficult a task as would have been the reading of a play by Sophocles in its original language by one untutored in the Greek alphabet. Such difficulties in generalizing had not always been the case. Once upon a time - and not a very long time ago it was - a Greek was a Greek was a Greek, and he stood out among independents as a leopard would have among a den of tigers. Alpaca sweaters, starched shirts, and drab khakis belted two inches above the navel formed the traditional male wardrobe, while the ensemble for coeds included light-fitting sweaters, strategically-positioned Greek pins, and Pappagalo shoes.
In its hey-day the Greek system was a world within a world, with brothers fraternizing almost exclusively with brothers, sisters with sisters. The only acceptable Friday night date for the "frat rat"' was the "sorority chick." The result was the promulgation of the Greek culture, and the culture flourished. Something happened. Change came to East Carolina with recognizable sureness. The coats and ties once worn by men to every campus social event - football and basketball games, concerts, plays - were left hanging in the closet, replaced first with casual wear, then with careless,
The Greek culture experienced change as well; unlike the one of pro-
Opposite page: Variety is the spice of the Greek life.
This page: The importance of the Greek system at ECU is evidenced by the fact that SGA President Hill Bodenhamer and Homecoming Queen Nancy Morgan are Greeks.
verbial reknown, the leopard changed its spots. A loss of identity ensued. When Greek styles shifted from the characteristic to the non-descript, the presence of the Greek culture' was no longer easily discerned. This loss of instant recognition, coupled with an "anti-establishment" sentiment (and the Greeks were definitely established), gave voice to the rumor that Greeks were an endangered species, soon to be extinct.
Time proved the rumor premature, however, if not altogether false. Certainly, dramatic changes had transpired, with none more noticeable than the sharp decline in the number of students pledging during each succeeding year. In spite of this decline, however, several national fraternities and sororities established local chapters at ECU, joining with those already established to offer a wider choice for students interested in pledging. This fact lent support to the claim that within the Greek system there was an ever-growing effort made toward developing the individuality of the Greek. Moreover, those pledging no longer did so merely to gain recognition and popularity; rather, they chose to "Go Greek" because they found the system genuinely appealing.
During the 1973-74 year, Greeks continued to play a greater role, proportionate to their number, in the day-to-day campus activities than did independents. A roll call of the SGA Legislature would have revealed a large number of Greeks at work for their fellow students. Greek voices were heard at committee meetings and in honorary fraternities, and much of the exhuberant spirit displayed at Pirate sporting events was attributable to the support Greeks gave to ECU athletic programs. The recall of the popular Homecoming parade, sorely missed during the disappointing '72 Homecoming, was sponsored by and made a reality through the efforts of the Inter-Fraternity Council.
Nor were Greeks limited in their activities to campus alone. Individual sororities throughout the Near contributed their services to fund-raising drives by various national health associations. Likewise. individual fraternities sponsored fund-raising campaigns for needy families, the Crippled Children's Association, and similar charities. Pitt County's Blood Bank profiled by a blood drive promoted by the IPC. Far from being extinct, the Greek system was alive and well at East Carolina.
Greeks portrayed an image of themselves during the year that was at once more universal, yet more individual and personal, than ever before - quite a different image from that projected by Greeks at the turn of the decade. Having reached the exaggeration point - Greeks dating Greeks. dressing Greek, and disassociating themselves from anything that lacked Greek approval -- the proverbial pendulum swung back.
Observers could no longer point out a sorority girl or fraternity man by any immediately recognizable trait - Pappagelo shoes, alligator belts, or blue Gant shirts. Greeks were rarely seen as different from other students because they were not different. The Greek did not wear his jersey for recognition as much as he wore it for reasons of personal pride, even as members of other campus organiza tions wore their insignia.
Once, the infamous "sorority chick" and "frat rat" attended school year-round and still needed five years to complete the' curriculum. In recent years, however, scholarship claimed more attention from these "professional students", and fewer Greeks found it necessary to raise QPs in the eleventh hour in order to graduate. ECU's eight sororities, for example, posted a combined grade point average of 2.6 in 1973-74 - an average higher than thai held by the typical ECU student.
Opposite page. Top left: Costumes and Greeks go together.
Center left: Connoisseurs of the femme physique delight in the Miss Venus contest.
Bottom left: Bright smiles and fun typify Greek socials.
Right: All-Sing participant Kim Kuzmuk dons costume and cosmetics for her part in the Chi Omega skit.
This page: Pi Lambda Phi's talents prove a winner at Alpha Xi's All-Sing.
Greeks - an Afterthought
(An open letter by Brownie WiJson)
Too often in life the moral beliefs and worthy objectives of a group become clouded in the quest for more easily accessible, tangible goals. The short-lived enjoyment of winning a contest or being the largest in numbers, however, soon fades away into u dim memory of the past. The true value of belonging to a fraternal organization lies not in material growth and social position but in the knowledge of people and a new compassion for their welfare.
Love and fellowship establish the basis for growth und wisdom in the Greek system. Frequently, people have ignored this foundation and have struggled through their college years with a misconception of its purpose. How sad it is that such a valu-
able opportunity has been misused.
One of the great lessons in life is respect for others - for their convictions, positions, hopes, and dreams. One should always strive to understand and appreciate those with whom he comes in contact. Respect for another person is a great gift and in turn earns respect for the giver. The Greek system teaches that love and respect are the two most important objectives a person can hope to achieve in life.
Perseverance and self-knowledge, also teachings of the Greek system, are the prerequisites to a better un- derstanding of the world and its gifts. The greatest asset to the Greek system is a person's giving of himself to help others. The satisfaction derived is equal to the labor expended.
Each day brings with it a new chal- lenge and a responsibility to live life fully. Without knowledge of the true
teachings of life a person is handi- capped in his attempt to meet this challenge. To reach out and help a person become a more complete being is the obligation of the Greek; to grow within as this special relationship develops and prospers is his reward. Each one reached in this manner in turn helps others find a more lasting peace. Fellowship grows by personal contact.
Love, fellowship, compassion, respect, and humility are the real teachings of the Greek system. Growth is attained only by following the lessons and by making a real effort to govern life by them. The final result of the Greek system is not a refined socialite, but a deeper, more caring individual. Those who learn this great lesson are on the path to a fuller, richer life.
For the East Carolina Playhouse, the 1973-74 season proved to he one of the most successful in its history. Five major productions - - The Merry Wives of Windsor, Hair, Indians, Mass, and Dracula - a new studio theatre, and the renovation of McGinnis Auditorium made the year a memorable one.
Shakespeare's bawdy comedy The Merry Wives of Windsor was not only the season opener for the Playhouse but also the first major production performed in the much-anticipated studio theatre. Albert Pertalion, Playhouse General Manager, saw the studio as a major asset to the drama department. According to Pertalion, the smaller theatre, seating between 100 and 300 people, provided the department with a much-needed area in which to train students interested in careers in films and television - the delivery of an actor in the studio theatre closely approximated that needed for film and television work. Pertalion predicted that the studio would be an important drawing point for students interested in drama.
Equally important were the intimate atmosphere and virtually unlimited staging possibilities the studio provided. For the production of Merry Wives, for example, the stage extended into the seating area so that during performances the audience bordered the stage on three sides; the close proximity between actor and audience generated a feeling of intimacy which breathed life into the lusty spirit of Shakespeare's comedy.
The Elizabethan set for Merry Wives, however, while; remarkable in its quaint, antique flavor, was, nevertheless, rather simple when compared with the elaborate staging employed in the production of Arthur Kopit's indians. An oval-shaped stage' encircled the seating area and converted the studio into a theatre-in-the-round. The increased staging area allowed scene designer Robert Williams to have a number of sets assembled on stage at the same time so that there was virtually no lapse in action between scenes during actual performances.
As with Merry Wives, the intimacy between the players and their audience strengthened the impact of the drama. Don Biehn directed the play, which is both a brilliant example of contemporary black humor and a social commentary of the American pre-occupation with violence'.
As controversial as Indians was, however, the production of the smash Broadway musical Hair drew considerably more attention. The interest centered, of course, on the play's nude scene. Although the cast of Hair was strongly in favor of doing the scene, a feeling among the production staff and the University administration that nudity might jeopordize the play's reception was cause for its ommission. Hair dealt with far more than just nudity, however, and the deletion was hardly noticeable. A product of the times, Hair exerted tremendous in- fluence not only upon drama itself but upon many aspects of American culture as well.
Another unusual problem accompanying the production of Hair concerned the availability of the show's musical score. East Carolina was one of the first universities to stage the play, and the Playhouse requested the show so soon after its release for non-professional production that the rental agency for the musical had not had time to have the scores printed. Originally scheduled for October, the production was postponed until December.
Director Edgar Loessin and choreographer Mavis Ray shared responsibility in producing Hair, while Barry Shank conducted the orchestra. Since Hair was performed in McGinnis Auditorium rather than the studio theatre, a rapport between the actors and audience was more difficult to establish; efforts were nonetheless made in this direction as cast members mingled with the audience prior to curtain call and frequently left flowers as mementos of their visit, During the finale, everyone was encouraged to join the cast on stage for a gala singing of "Let the Sun Shine. "
The second Playhouse musical, the fourth production of the season, as-
sumed a more reserved atmosphere. The four-day run at East Carolina of Leonard Bernstein's Mass was only the sixth production of the show of any kind, professional or non-professional. Those attending the play, in addition to enjoying a musical unique in its range of musical genres, also had an opportunity to view and hear two visiting performers: Ron Lake, one of the most famous boy sopranos in the nation, flew in from Los Angeles to take part in the production; and John Russell, an heroic tenor from Philadelphia, sang the lead role of the Celebrant.
Loessin and Ray once again handled the directing and choreographing duties. Robert Hause conducted, and Charles More was the associate musical director.
The season ended on a macabre note with the production of a classic melodrama: Dracula! Based on Bram Stoker's eerie account of the infamous Transylvanian count, Dracuia enjoyed enthusiastic reception by students. With the season already crowded with remarkable successes, the Playhouse added one more by presenting a special midnight performance of the Gothic drama; the late hour had little effect upon the size of the audience, though, as McGinnis hosted a capacity crowd.
Since 1964, the Playhouse had sponsored a Summer Theatre, but the many students and Greenville citizens who looked forward to the musicals were disappointed this year. Instead of the sound of music, the sound of hammers and saws reverberated through McGinnis as the Auditorium underwent long-awaited renovation. In addition to the needed remodeling, however, a lack of new Broadway musicals left the Playhouse with too-limited a number of plays from which to select and further contributed to the decision to forego the Summer Theatre for the 1974 season.
Comfortably seated in his theatre seat, a member of the audience had little to do but relax and enjoy the
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Top left: Indians stars Gregory Smith as Buffalo Bill Cody. Left; Bram Stoker's classic tale of the living dead comes to ECU (photo by Guy Cox). Right, top and bottom: Bernstein's Mass presents a unique range of song and dance (photos by Guy Cox).
Above left: Playhouse costumes display intricate detail.
Above right: Falstaff enjoys a flirtatious moment with a comely wench.
Below: Falstaff is the cetner of attention in The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Opposite page. Colorful posterss announce the arrival of the most controversial play of the decade--Hair!
Opposite page. Top left: Bill Devins works the light board during Mass.
Top right: Constructing sets for Indians is one of the responsibilities shared by Janet Tremon and her fellow drama students.
Bottom left: Chester Hardison repairs a sofa for the opening of Dracula.
Bottom right: Grabbing a quick bite between costumes, Carol Beule watches assistant Susan Lambeth at work.
This page. Above: Carol Beule adjusts Judy Townsend's hair for her role in Dracula.
Above left: Transylvania's legendary Count and his sultry mistress embark on another night of feasting.
Above right: Tension mounts during the confrontation between Dracula and Van Helsing
Below: John Russell kneels in the shadows as ceremonial rites are performed in Mass
Opposite page: Colorful bonnets symbolize the warrier heritage of the American Indian exploited in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show (photo by Guy Cox)
THE STUDENT UNION: MAKING PEOPLE HAPPY
"Probably the most misunderstood student organization on campus" - this was how Gibert Kennedy. 1973-74 Student Union President, described his organization in a special Fountainhead article. Regrettably, many students remained unaware of the tremendous impact the Union had upon day-to-day life at East Carolina, despite the frequent efforts made by Kennedy throughout the year to inform the student body of the Union's activities.
In the newspaper article, Kennedy outlined the major responsibilities of the organization:
The Student Union is the primary souce of student programming, and as such it is our responsibility to provide such a wide variety of entertainment that no segments of the student body feel overlooked. Thus, we sponsor a number of different types of social, recreational, and cultural events ranging from pop concerts to professional theatre productions to bingo parties. In addition, we continually strive to be sensitive to changes in student programming demands and to be flexible enough to respond to these trends. Thirdly, we are always seeking to upgrade our existing programs. We serve the role of a trustee over a vast amount of student money and we would be shirking our responsibility if we did not see to it that the students are getting the best returns possible on their money.
The Union had only recently assumed these responsibilities. Prior to the spring of 1972. major programs
were scheduled by committees working under Ihe auspices of the SGA. Campus politics, however, often interrupted efforts to establish a consistent and responsive programming policy. Recognizing this weakness, SGA legislators, encouraged by a vigorous Union lobby, transferred the programming responsibilities to the Union, an organization which by its inherent nature was more suited to the task.
Accompanying this move was a restructuring of the Student Union itself. In previous years the Union had been a rather loosely-knit organization of interested students ("walk-ons," as Union ciritcs described them); in fact, it was just this lack of selectivity with regard toward choosing its members that had prevented the Union from taking over the reins of student programming years earlier.
The present system authorizes a Board of Directors to select the Student Union President. The Board is composed of the SGA President. Treasurer, and Speaker of the Legislature; the Presidents of the MRC, WRC, Panhellnic Council, and IPC; a representative from the Faculty Senate Committee; a representative from the Administration; Associate Dean of Student Affairs Rudolph Alexander; and the retiring Student Union President. The revised system more nearly insures that qualified individuals who have demonstrated their interest and ability are entrusted with the demanding responsibilities of the Union Presidency. Thus far, the Board has selected new Presidents from students who have previously worked within the
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Opposite page. Left: In concert with the Temptations are the Quiet Elogance.
Top right: The lyrics of "My Girl" call for a personal approach.
Below right; Under burning spotlights, the Temptations assert the world is just a "Ball of Confusion."
This page. Above: Within the dark void, a capacity crowd listens spellbound to the legendary Temptations.
Below left: John Hammond eases the tempo with his folk music (photo by Rick Goldman).
Below right: The rock sound of the Wet Willie Band headlines the Sunday Homecoming concert (photo by Rick Goldman).
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organization and have therein gained valuable experience. Wade Hobgood, for example, President-elect for 1974-75. chaired the Special Concerts Committee during Kennedy's administration. Once chosen, the President-elect appoints new committee chairmen who in turn recruit members for each committee. Within the committees was a representative cross-sampling of the campus population.
For the eight Union committees, the 1973-74 season was crowded with a variety of events, with occasional disappointments offset by several outstanding programs.
Receiving the majority of student attention during (he year was the Popular Entertainment Committee. In a Buccaneer interview, Kennedy and Hobgood discussed the major problems involved in booking "pop" entertainment. The primary difficulty was in scheduling artists that were at once both appealing to a majority of the students and within the financial capabilities of the Union. These two considerations alone were more than enough to make the Committee's task difficult. The diverse range of musical
tastes held by ECU students meant that scheduling an act with universal appeal was nigh impossible. Moreover, performers enjoying the success of stardom often demanded upwards of $25,000; since seating facilities at Minges are severely limited, the only way such an amount could have been raised would have been by drastically increasing the cost of student tickets, and experience has shown that students are generally reluctant to pay such high prices.
Other problems were encountered as well. Greenville is removed from what performers viewed as a more profitable route - Raleigh. Greensboro, Charlotte, and Atlanta. Poor transportation by car and plane further contributed to the problem. Kennedy remarked that these difficulties were compounded when the Union attempted to schedule concerts for specific dates, as in the case of Homecoming weekend; in the future, he explained, students may well expect to see concerts scheduled on odd dates - including weeknights, as hapened with the Commander Cody/ New Riders concert.
Date: October 4, 1973 Time: 8:15 p.m.
Place: Wright Auditorium at East Carolina University Admission: Reserved Section Seating
Students $2, Faculty and Staff $3, Public $5
Tickets May Be Purchased In The Central Ticket Office,
P. O. Box 2731, Greenville, N. C. Telephone 758-6278
PRESENTED BY THE STUDENT UNION THEATRE ARTS COMMITTEE
Hobgood further noted that frequently popular recording artists were not successful in concert. Again witnessing the Commader Cody/ New Riders concert, the New Riders have enjoyed popularity for several years, yet ECU students found their performance in Minges stair. Finally. even when the Union was able to book a popular act. circumstances beyond its control occasionally prevented the show from becoming a reality, as exemplified by the cancellation of the Doobie Brothers concert in fall,
The Committee's efforts this vear
fell short of the students' expectations and raised much criticism. Most controversial was the scheduling of the Hanneford Circus in late March- the event, like several events before it, lost money. Despite the criticism, however, the Committee did bonk a variety of acts in an effort to provide something for every taste. The best-received and most profitable show of the year was the Temptations concert on Friday night of Homecoming weekend. Sunday's Homecoming concert featured three acts - the Wet Willie Band, John Hammond, and Lynard
Skynard- but netted little student interest.
The success realized by the Special Concerts Committee last year with the Karl Scruggs Revue prompted the Popular Entertainment Committee to schedule his return this year. The profit gained by the bluegrass concert, however, was offset by the losses by incurred by a later concert scheduled on a weeknight and featuring Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Air-men and the Low Riders of the Purple Sage.
Hobgood saw the unwillingness of the Committee to take the "big risk" in scheduling a popular, but expensive act as the primary reason for the financial losses. Hobgood widely publized plans to redirect the Committee's thinking; the 1974-75 Committee, re-
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Opposite page. Top: Christine Jorgenson discusses the harmful effects of the sexual conformity society imposes.
Bottom: Pantomimist Marcel Marceau poses as Bip the Clown.
This page, left: Posters announce the performance at ECU of the smash Broadway musical Godspell.
Below: Imogene Coca and King Donovan star in Neil Simon's The Prisoner of Second Avenue
Above: Earl Scruggs and son Randy bring the country sound to ECU.
Below: Cloggers generate excitement during the Blue Grass Festival.
Right: Fiddlin' up a storm, the Flatland Family Band performs in Minges.
Opposite page. Top: Raun McKinnon rends a soulful song.
Bottom: Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen entertain their audience with a boogie beat.
Above: Mark Chappell appears as "Mark Twain on Stage."
Right: The Cynthia A. Mendenhall Student Center nears its completion.
Opposite page: East Carolina is one of many colleges visited by the Hanneford Circus.
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named Major Attractions, will aim for big names in entertainment.
While the Popular Entertainment Committee met with disappointment, other committees experienced a tre- mendous year.
Spurred into being by the success of the ECU production of Slueth by a professional touring company, the Theatre Arts Committee was formed in the spring of 1973. In its first year it scheduled four plays, all popularly received- Godspell, a contemporary musical based on the gospel according to St. Matthew; The Prisoner of Second Avenue, a mad-cap comedy by Neil Simon starring the husband-and-wife team of King Donovan and Imogene Coca; the delightful impersonation by John Chappell of America's famed humorist in Mark Twain on Stage; and the outstanding musical RSVP: the Cole Porters, a story baser on the life of the celebrated composer
The Lecture Committee presented several notable speakers during the year, including Love Story-author Erich Segal. Segal, the second author to address ECU students, spoke on the future of literature. Earlier in the year James Dickey, author of Deliverance, discussed his first interest, poetry. Kaarlo Tuomi described his experi- ences as a double secret agent work- ing for the USSR and the United States. Reporter John McCook Roots outlined the new role China has taken as a major world power. Highlighting the series, however, was Christine Jorgenson, who spoke to a capacity audience on her sexual transformation which stunned the world in the early fifties.
Although the speaker series was well-known, fewer students were aware that the Lecture Committee also scheduled the Travel-Adventure series. This year the series again included filmed travels which literally spanned the globe, from a cinematic journey of Mark Twain's visit to the Swiss Alps to a feature on discovering New Zealand to a documentary on famous pioneer trails of the American West.
Headlining the Artists Series, world-renowned pantominist Marcel Marceau thrilled a captive ECU audience in Wright. From around the globe the Artists Series Committee selected its acts- the Philippine Bayanihan Dance Troupe, French pianist Philippe Entremont, the Vienna Johann Strauss Orchestra, the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Paul Hill Chorale.
Unlike the Popular Entertainment and Special Concerts committees, which book acts within months of the performance dates, committees such as Theatre Arts and Artists Series book a year in advance.
Acts for the 1973-74 Artists Series, for example, were chosen by the previous year's committee; the 1973-74 Artists Series Committee, meanwhile, made the necessary arrangements for each performance this year and assumed the responsibility for scheduling acts for the 1974-75 season.
In only its second year of operation, the Special Concerts Committee booked acts that appealed to current fads in music. Capitalizing on the enthusiasm generated by the blue grass beat, the Committee scheduled no less than
four concerts featuring country artists. Matthew and Peter opened the series in September with their folk sound, and Kennedy firmly believed that the two were destined for stardom in years to come. A folk festival in March featured Raun McKinnon, a young lady who had enchanted ECU students a year earlier when she performed at the Canticle; appearing with Ms. McKinnon were the Dawson Boys. Billed as "the greatest electric blue grass band in the world." the Mission Mountain Wood Band played to a spirited audience during their April concert on the mall. Equally successful was the Blue Grass Festival featuring the Country Gentlemen, the Blue Grass Experience, the Green Grass Cloggers, and local favorites the Flathind Family Band. From mid-afternoon until late evening the mall was crowded with hand-clapping, knee-slapping students enjoying the music, the company, and the warm spring weather.
While blue grass groups predominated the series, rock also received attention. The groups Painter. Chick Corea and the Return to Forever, and
Southsound rounded out the Committee's programming.
Equally important were the programs sponsored by the Films. Coffee- house, and Recreations committees.
Occasional items in Fountainhead's campus events section announcing "Casino Day" or "Games Night" indicated that the Recreations Committee wasat work. Inaddition to these rather novel programs, the Committee sponsored more traditional events - tournaments, watermelon feasts, and ice cream bingo parties. Also offered were lessons on bowling and bridge. In anticipating the 1974-75 year, however, President-elect Hobgood commented that, unless greater interest was shown, the Recreations Committee might not be organized; at the time of the Buccaneer interview, no chairman had been appointed for the Committee.
"Free flicks" fell under the auspices of the Films Committee. In recent years the Committee made a move toward featuring current films for its Friday night audience. Frenzy, Let It Be, Klute. and One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich were only a few of
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Opposite page: Bearing the scars of constant use, the entrance to the Elbo Room lures students out for a good time (photo by Rick Goldman).
This page. Above: Still Lums to old timers, the Crows Nest remains a popular spot with the college crowd (photo by Rick Goldman)
Below left: Students line the bar at the Buc.
Below right: Soft lights create atmosphere at the Buc.
Above left: Downtown is "where it's at" for most students.
Above right: Handstamping is a badge of honor for G-ville's night people
Below: When the city fire marshal ordered the night clubs closed, students gathered along Cotanche and Fifth Street to resume their interrupted partying (photo by Charles Griffin)
Above left: Anxiety shows in the face of this Pirate cheerleader as the Bucs mount a desperate drive in the final moments of the East Carolina/Carolina gridiron clash.
Left: Carlester Grumpier cracks through blue-jerseyed linemen on his way to another ECU first down.
Above top: With flanker Mike Shea running interference, Carl Summerell streaks to the outside during the championship game with the Spiders of Richmond.
Above center: ECU's "Little Horn," Kenny Strayhorn, eludes tacklers as the Pirates roll to a 44-14 devastation of Richmond and to their second straight Southern Conference crown.
Opposite page. Bottom: Wilder than ever, the fearsome "Wild Dog" defense of Danny Kepley and company smother the Tarheels' ground game.
The 1973-74 Sports Scene
excitement: /ik-'sit-mant/ n 1: the act of exciting: the state of being excited 2: something that excites or rouses: East Carolina sports
If Webster were alive today and still compiling his dictionary, he might well term "excitement" and East Carolina athletics synonymous. Certainly sports enthusiasts familiar with the Pirates' unique brand of action would. From the opening kick-off at Carter Stadium to the final out at Harrington Field, the 1973-74 season made "Purple Pride" more than just an alliterative slogan.
During the year Pirate fans saw stunning victories and heartbreaking defeats. watched long-standing records being smashed, and heard controversies over the status of crew and lacrosse, the Tangerine Bowl, and the firing of head basketball coach Tom Quinn. The short but illustrious era of head football coach Sonny Randle also came to an end; and new coach Pat Dye, fresh from the staff of Bear Bryant, brought with him a bit of 'Bama fever.' Championship foot- ball, wrestling, swimming, and base- ball teams brought Southern Conference crowns to Greenville, and the Purple and Gold collectively competed for the most coveted conference trophy of all - the Commissioner's Cup! "
For the Pirate football squad it was another fine year, one in which the Purple and Gold equalled the 9-2 record of the previous season and again claimed the conference crown as its own. For the second straight year the Pirates were undefeated at home (their last defeat at Ficklen Stadium being a 14-7 loss to Richmond during the 1971 season). On the road the Bucs won four of six.
NC State's Carter Stadium was the first port o' call for the Pirates; when the rout was over, it seemed East Carolina was doomed to a long season.
"Put the blame on me for not getting them ready. " Sonny Randle
Fumbles, interceptions, broken plays, and a porous defense were grim evidence that six weeks of grueling practice in dry-dock had failed to scrape
the barnacles from the Pirate ship. Scoreboard lights boasted "The Pack Is Back," and 40,500 - the largest crowd in the stadium's history - saw more than enough to convince them of its truth. The Liberty Bowl-bound Wolfpack scored almost at will, making ECU's vaunted "Wild Dogs" more nearly resemble toy poodles. State shattered its school record for total yardage by ripping off 585 yards en route to a 57-8 romp. If Pirate fans were purple this evening, it was with embarassment rather than pride.
"After the loss to State, everyone was scared. We knew what might happen if we iost to Southern Mississippi the next week, so we went out and won." Carl Summerell
Southern Mississippi's Golden Eagles had made the Pirates walk the gangplank in all four of their previous meetings; in light of East Carolina's opening disaster, a strong Eagle run- ning game, and the advantage of play- ing on home field, the Mississippians were again odds-on favorites. Four quarters of play proved pre-game speculation wrong, however, as the Pirates plucked the Eagles' feathers and carried home a 13-0 victory. The game marked several firsts: the first of three shut-outs for the Wild Dogs, the first game in which sophomore Kenny Strayhorn started, and the first of six straight Pirate wins.
"Here's the snap, the spot, the kick, it's up, it's . . . good!"Dick Jones
Few fans were able to travel to Hattiesburg, Mississippi, to see the game, so they listened instead to "The Voice of the Pirates," Dick Jones. To hear Jones once was to remember him for life. An enthusiastic, dyed-in- the-wool Pirate fanatic, Jones was to a large degree responsible for popularizing the nickname "Wild Dogs" and the tags "Big Horn" and "Little Horn" for running back Les Strayhorn and his younger brother Kenny. During the Southern Mississippi game, Jones treated radio listeners to another nickname - the "Triple-S Offense" of Carl Summerell, Kenny Strayhorn, and Don Schink.
The trio managed only one touch-
down but helped set up two field goals by Jim Woody for a lucky thirteen points.
Bucs Down Southern Illinois, Furman
East Carolina was still on the road for its third game of the season, facing the Salukis of Southern Illinois at Carbondale. A Pirate TD and two con- secutive Saluki fumbles recovered by Danny Kepley in the end zone for touchdowns iced the game early. Southern Illinois eventually found paydirt, but the Purple and Gold came home with a 42-25 win.
Randle's raiders opened at home against the Furman Paladins, who posed the first threat to the Pirate bid to repeat as conference champions. A rather lack-luster affair, the Buc offense mustered only . two touch- downs. Two were enough, however, for the visitors were held to a mere second quarter field goal.
State Example Followed
Pirate gridders apparently learned more from State than what ABC's Wide Worid of Sports called "the agony of defeat." They saw how a team can not only win, but win big; in their game with Davidson the Pi- rates proved they learned their lesson well. While the Wild Dogs were mak- ing the Wildcats pussycats. stiffling the Davidson offense and recording their second shut-out, the Pirate offense went on a scoring spree that ended only after six touchdowns and a field goal. The "thrill of victory" belonged to the Bucs by virtue of a 45-0 rout.
VMI next felt the point of the Pirate sword. The Bucs responded to a first quarter Keydet touchdown by reeling off 42 straight points. What delighted fans as much as the scores, however, was the stunning performance of East Carolina's Carlester Crumpler. South- ern Conference Player of the Year in 1973, "Crump" had had his problems early in the season, fumbling away
Opposite page. Top: Carter Stadium's capacity crowd is evidence of ECU's drawing capability.
Center left: Crumpler scrambles through a rare gap in the Pack's defensive line.
Center right: State commits one of its few errors of the night.
Bottom left: Kenny Moore tries but fails to block this State pass.
Bottom right: Airborne Mike Shea hauls in a Summerell aerial. (All photos courtesy Raleigh News and Observer.)
two possible scores in the State game and generally not doing much to in
spire confidence. Against VM1 he made amends.
"We Want Crump!" In one of the most memorable plays of the season, Crumpler scored a touchdown without ever laying a hand on the football! Ahead 14-7 midway through the second quarter, the Pirate offense nevertheless looked sluggish, and fans began voicing their discontent. The cry "We want Crump" began at the 50 yard line and spread in sup- port and volume. The Pirates, mean- while, had driven to mid-field, where they faced a third-and-five situation. At this crucial point, amid a deafing roar of approval. Coach Randle seemingly bowed to the fans' wishes by sending in Crumpler. The snap of the ball was awaited with breathless anticipation. Everyone, including the eleven defending Keydets, knew that East Carolina's hulking back would be given the handoff on a charge up the middle; everyone, that is, except the Pirate offense. Summerell faked the handoff to Crumpler; and while big number 32 was grappling with the Keydet line, Summerell calmly hit his receiver in the end zone for the score. Seconds passed before anyone in the stands fully realized what had happened, so beautifully had the fake handoff been executed. But the initial groan which had lodged in the throats of the fans - Crumpler had fallen short of the first down marker - suddenly gave way to a soul-shattering ocean of cheers!
A Word about Road Trips
Still another conference team fell victim to the Bucs when Pirate guns pounded The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. Road trips for the Pirates were not as glamorous as one might have expected them to be, however, as the itinerary for the weekend in Charleston testified. Players boarded buses at 8:00 a.m. Friday; seven hours and one minor accident later, they arrived in Charleston. Complications with hotel reservations delayed the start of a light, one-hour workout at the stadium and in turn delayed dinner. Having the early evening hours to themselves, players were back in their rooms by 10:30, with lights out at 11:00. Wake-up calls sounded at 8:45 the following morning. Religious service and pre-game meal over, the team was back on the bus and headed for the stadium by 11:00. Two-and-a-half hours later il was the "Big Purple Gang" against the Bulldogs, a lop-sided bout which ended with the Pirates boasting a 34-0 victory. By 4:30 the team was back on the road, arriving at Scales Fieldhouse shortly before midnight.
"Go to hell, Carolina!"
October 27th saw the gold-jerseyed Pirates in perhaps their finest hour. The scene was Chapel Hill's Keenan Stadium; the foe. the Tarheels of North Carolina; the goals, revenge and respect. East Carolina nearly gained the first, certainly achieved the second,
A year before, Keenan Stadium had borne witness to the first gridiron
clash between these two stale rivals; heightening the tension then was the fact that each team was champion in its respective conference. East Carolina fell victim to a 42-19 decision in which rain and mud combined with a powerful Carolina attack to spoil Pi- rate dreams of upset. This year, riding a wave of six straight victories, the Bucs were determined the story would be different.
"I take my hat off to East Carolina. They carried the fight to us." Tarheel head coach Bill Dooley
Carolina took the opening kickoff and drove 73 yards in 12 plays for what seemed an easy touchdown. The Pirates, less impressive during their first possession, found their drive stalled at mid-field and punted. Applauding the Tarheel play thusfar, Carolina backers made their last audible sound for three quarters.
ECU's Vic Wilfore slapped the punt dead at the Carolina three, and on the ensuing snap Tarheel quarterback Billy Paschall fumbled the ball into the end zone. Initially signaled a Pirate TD, officials then ruled that Pas-
Opposite page. Top: Summerell calls the signals against Carolina.
Bottom: Kenny Strayhorn cracks through the Tarheel line.
This page. Top left: Fiery Sonny Randle exudes enthusiasm on the sidelines (photo courtesy Raleigh News and Observer).
Below: Don Schink blasts for yardage against Davidson's Wildcats.
chall had recovered his own fumble, thus allowing East Carolina only a safety. The decision drew vocal criticism from the Pirate spectators, as did a call moments later that ruled flanker Stan Euro out of hounds on his reception of a Summerell pass. ECU still managed points on the drive, however, as Jim Woody booted a 43-yard field goal to set a new school record.
Another Tarheel fumble put the Bucs back in control on Billy Hibbs' recovery near mid-field. The Pirates battled to the Carolina two before being halted, and Woody split the up-rights again to give ECU an 8-7 edge early in the second quarter.
Midway through the period, ECU was on the move again. Schink's 19 yard blast, a 21 yard aerial to Eure, and a 13 yard run by Summerell on the option highlighted the Pirate's first sustained drive. Grumpier capped the 88-yard march by hitting paydirt on two tries from the six. The significance of the missed point-after - Woody's kick was wide to the left - was not to be fully realized until late in the fourth quarter.
Jim Bolding's interception of a de- flected Tarheel pass set up the List score of the half. Crumpler zipped 19 yards, and Summerell swept around the corner for four yards and the score with seven seconds remaining.
"I've never been any prouder or sadder in my whole life. The one thing we wanted was for these people to respect us,
something they've never done. But if you tell me there was one person here today who didn't respect us, I'd say he ought to see a psychiatrist." Sonny Randle
With the Tarheels trailing 21-7 at the half, the Carolina card section threw away its posters in disgust. Pirate enthusiasts, meanwhile, were already speculating on how great a point-spread there would be; they were in for a rude awakening.
Carolina drew new life when Summerell, after leading the Pirates from their own 14 to the Tarheel 19, yielded the ball on a fumble late in the third quarter. A 20 yard sprint by tailback Mike Voigt and a fourth-and-six completion to wingback Ted Leverenz helped move the Tarheels downfield; Leverenz scored on a reverse from the seven.
The Tarheel defense stiffened, forcing the Bucs to punt. Four plays later Carolina hit paydirt again, knotting the score at 21-21.
The determination with which the Pirates had first taken the field bol- stered them in the final minutes. East Carolina ground out two first downs inside its own territory before Schink scrambled up the middle for a 30 yard gain. Crumpler then picked up five, seven, and four yards before he finally buffaloed his way across the goal line to put the Pirates back on lop.
The blocked PAT generated a Tarheel rally as well, however, and UNC
began its winning drive. Two key plays - a four-and-eight completion to Earle Bethea and a questionable interference call on Reggie Pinkney at the ECU eight - kept the drive alive. Carolina knotted the score again on Paschall's six yard pass to Dicky Oliver, Oliver's only reception of the game. Ellis Alexander booted the point-after to provide UNC with the winning margin.
Physically exhausted, the Pirates mounted an incredible drive in the waning seconds, moving to mid-field to set up a field goal attempt by Woody. 53 yards was too long to master, however, antl the ball rolled dead at the goal post.
Carolina eeked out a 28-27 victory, one of only four it was to enjoy all year. It was East Carolina that proved to be the true victor. Respect had been sought; respect had been earned. Even in defeat, heads were justifiably held high, and Purple Pride flourished.
"Hey, hey, hey, hey, EC, you're still the one for me!" The Pirate Multitude
None of the three games played in November equalled the drama wit- nessed at Chapel Hill; Pirate enthusi-
This page: Jim Woody's field goal contributes to the 44-14 thrashing of the Richmond Spiders.
Opposite page: ECU's soccer squad boots its way to a second place conference finish.
asts savoured them nonetheless.
William and Mary's warring Indians journeyed to Greenville hell-bent on revenge. The Pirates had skippered a 21-15 victory at Williamsburg in the 1972 season that left William and Mary visiting Richmond the following week for what Randle whimsically dubbed the "Loser's Bowl ": a 6-0 league mark had already given ECU undisputed claim to the SC crown.
Taking offense at both the insult and the injury, W and M vowed an upset. Instead, a record crowd of 18,000 saw the Indians head homeward minus their scalps and sporting, among miscellaneous lumps and bruises, an embarassing 34-3 defeat.
"We're Number One!"
Attendance records were smashed again the following week when more than 22,000 thronged Ficklen's gates to view the much-heralded clash be- tween ECU and Richmond - two teams undefeated in SC action.
The championship game (which fate decreed should also be ECU's Home- coming] began when the Pirates received the opening kickoff. Two min- utes and an equal number of touchdowns later, the game was deadlocked 7-7. Talk of a defensive battle stopped, and fans prepared themselves for a nip-and-tuck, tension-filled duel that never materialized. ECU drove for a go-ahead touchdown with ten minutes left in the opening period, and the Pirate lead was never again seriously contested.
The Wild Dogs proved their bite far worse than their bark as Spider run- ning-back Barty Smith, sidelined with an injury in the second quarter, learned to his regret. The vaunted Pirate defense corralled Richmond and yielded only one additional Spider score - a touchdown in the third quarter that came too late to aid the visitors' cause.
Combined with this brilliant defense was an offense that made few mistakes. A fluke play which allowed the Bucs to reclaim their own punt took the starch out of the defending Spiders: Crumpler and company continued their afternoon-long scoring spree. Long before the final gun sounded, Ficklen shook with the cry, "We're Number One!" More than a win, the 44-14 thrashing of UR seemed a ticket to Orlando, Florida, and the Tangerine Bowl.
"We're Number One" (Reprise)
Only the point-spread was in question prior to the Pirates' match-up with Appalachian State. The Mountaineers battled stubbornly during the first half, but the Pirates struck like white lightning in the third and fourth periods.
The final Pirate score, in fact, seemed an appropriate finale for the entire season. Danny Kepley nabbed a desperate Mountaineer pass in ECU territory, shrugged off tacklers, and raced unscathed into the end zone lo wrap up a 49-14 triumph. Spectators, meanwhile, rejoined the previous week's victory cry.
In seven conference games the Pirates claimed seven victories. More incredible was the ease with which they demonstrated their superiority; outscoring SC foes 262 to 41, ECU left no doubt in anyone's mind as to where the conference champs were enrolled.
The failure of Tangerine Bowl officials to recognize Pirate successes with a bid to the post-season game stung Purple Pride to the quick. Moping to land a "big name" team for the December 22 game in Orlando. Florida, officials outwore the patience of
the ECU players. The Pirate squad voted unanimously to withdraw its name from consideration. Miami of Ohio. Mid-American Conference champions, eventually faced and defeated the Universitv of Florida, 16-7.
Despite the 3-6-2 regular season record, the Pirate soccer squad gave ECU's bid for the Commissioner's Cup a boost by finishing second in the conference, very nearly upsetting Appalachian State for the SC championship.
The Bucs opened with a two-daj tournament at UNC-Wilmington, where they struggled with the hosting Seahawks to a 1-1 tie. Action with Campbell College the following day, however, found the Pirates physically overpowered as the Camels trod to an easy 7-0 victory. Buc goalie Scott Balas, knocked unconscious during a violent collision at the net, had reason to remember the Camels' ferocity of play.
ECU's home opener pitted the Pirate hooters against Madison College, ranked ninth in the nation in preseason. Madison gained an early lead with a chip shot into the net that sailed mil of reach of goalie John Henderson.
a former All-American player from Campbell. Following this score, both teams shut clown offensive maneuvers as the half ended without additional scoring.
"It was one of the most superb team efforts I have ever seen. I am quite proud of every purple-shirted player that was on mat field." Acting head coach Ed Walcott
ECU tallied in the second hall on a pass from co-captain Tom O'Shea to freshman Michael Fetchko, who knotted the score 1-1. Halfbacks Dave Myles, Dave Schaler, and Lee Ellis continued to apply pressure offensively during the second half, while defensively fullbacks Brad Smith, Bob Poser, and Allen Levitz thwarted Madison's drives to the goal. Sophomore Bunky Moser replaced Henderson at the goal in the final minutes of play; Moser proved equal to the task until Madison gained the advantage of a penalty shot late in the game. The visitors capitalized, booting in the winning shot and leaving their hosts with a 2-1 defeat and a 0-2-1 record.
Winless Streak Continues
Following the Madison game Monte Little assumed the head coaching chores while Ed Walcott returned to his duties as assistant coach. Little's first game as Pirate mentor was a disappointment, however, as the UNC-CH Tarheels made good 5 of 66 shots to down the Pirates 5-2. Nor was the season to improve immediately thereafter. A nip-and-tuck battle with VMI ended in a 2-2 tie; Appalachian Slate's Mountaineers pounded the Bucs 9-0; and a second half rally on Minges Field against the Duke Blue Devils fizzled as the visitors went on to a 5-2 victory.
Season Turns Around
Before a sparse crowd at Minges Field the Pirate hooters turned their season around with their brilliant play against conference foe William anrl Mary. In a match dominated by defensive play, ECU managed only two scores, but two were enough as the Bucs shut out the Indians altogether While only the first ECU win of the season, the divisional structure of the Southern Conference with regard to soccer meant that the 2-0 triumph gave ECU a berth in the SC championship
game. The Pirates prepared for the contest by polishing off their last two regular season opponents, NC Wesleyan and Methodist, by scores of 2-0 and 4-1.
Confident that they had at long last jelled, the Bucs hosted Appalachian State for the conference championship - one of two such battles to be fought that day on the ECU campus. The brisk November weather com- plimented the equally brisk play demonstrated by both teams. Appalachian State found the Pirates far worthier opponents than they had been in the first encounter. Scoring the first two points of the game, the Mountaineers saw their lead cut to only one late in the first half.
A small but spirited crowd urged the Pirates on in the second half, despite another Mountaineer score that put ASU up by two once again. The Pirates followed with a score of their own. leaving the outcome of the contest highly in doubt with minutes remaining. The teams fought to a stand-still, however, and the Mountaineers carried home a 3-2 win and the con- ference crown.
Soccer, classified as a minor sport ("minor." it should be noted, only in the sense that it was a non-revenue sport), typified the problems encountered by many Pirate sports.
Co-captains Brad Smith and Tom O'Shea explained in a Buccaneer in- terview their feelings on the recognition - or rather the lack of recognition - soccer receives. Both agreed that the best team effort of the season came in their match against William and Mary. Played on Minges Field, the game drew only a smattering of people - most Pirate sports enthusiasts were in Chapel Hill for the ECU-UNC football game. As disappointing as the poor attendance was, more depressing for the team was the absence of any representative from the administration to congratulate them for a victors which put the Pi- rates in the championship game. Smith and O'Shea further agreed that a spirited audience boosted the morale of the team and inspired the players to play at their best; conversely, poor attendance often resulted in lack-luster play.
Although lack of recognition was admittedly a problem, the limited budget was far more serious. Finan-
cial considerations were both many and complex. Soccer's $3,500 budget, for instance, could not afford to grant scholarships; nor could it afford the hiring of Al Tompson as coach, much to the dismay of the squad. Tompson. an All-South player from St. Andrews, was largely responsible for coaching the Pirates during the last half of the season, spurring the hooters on through his instruction to three straight wins and a bid lor the cham pionship. Budgetary limitations also meant that equipment could be purchased only in piecemeal fashion - shirts one season, shorts the next - and the players themselves had to pay for their shoes. Moreover, Minges Field remained the worst of any in the Southern Conference, and teams visiting ECU were; housed wherever the school could find room rather than in regular barracks which several other schools provided.
Another Side to the Coin
Clarence Stasavich, Director of Athletics at ECU, frequently found himself the target of criticism when such problems as those encountered by soccer were raised in f'ountainhead editorials. In his fourth year at the helm of the total Pirate program, Stasavich presented another side in a Buccaneer interview. "Coach Stas" summed up the criticism in one sen- tence: "The thing to do in athletics is to blame someone,"
Money - the absence of it - was the root of all evil. Contingent upon four things - student fees, Pirate Club donations, concessions, and gate receipts - the athletic budget could not adequately finance all ECU sports the way all ECU sports would have liked. Football received the lion's share of the budget; nevertheless. Coach Randle emphasized after the 28-27 loss at North Carolina that ECU was not on equal fooling with ACC teams and never would be without a considerably expanded budget. Soc- cer, like golf and tennis, bemoaned the limited funds which prevented the hiring of a full-time coach. Stasavich [jointed out, however, that before he assumed the reins of the athletic pro- gram, soccer had neither budget nor field. Golf and tennis, he admitted, needed an increase in funding more than the others.
Lacrosse, once budgeted sports venture, vocally remonstrated the
action which left it without funds in 1973; ECU continued, however, to recognize lacrosse, provided transportation, and arranged schedules. "They were not pleased," Stasavich noted, "but we do the best we can."
Crew also got the axe in 1973, and the Athletic Director defended the move with several arguments: facilities alone would have run $20-25 thousand, and the cost would have drained that much more from an already overburdened budget; no other schools in the Southern Conference sponsored crew, thereby making meets difficult to schedule; and those meets that were scheduled would have been at great distances from ECU. and the student both' as a whole could not have profited by them.
"You can lake the complaints if you can see progress being made." Athletic Director Clarence Stasavich
Recognizing the setbacks in the over-all program, Stasavich also recognized the tremendous advances ECU had made in recent years. "Noth- ing." the Pirate mentor remarked, "is static."
For the 1974-75 football season, only two teams (Appalachian State and East Tennessee State) remain in the college division, a statement which gains significance when compared with the gridiron schedules of the mid-sixties. In 1975-76, ECU will play no less than three ACC teams (NC State, North Carolina, and Virginia),
and the man responsible for their being on the schedule is Clarence Stasavich.
Stasavich emphasized as well the position swimming enjoyed. Coach Scharf's tankmen were fortunate to call Minges Natatorium - the finest in the Southern Conference and one oi the best in the entire southeast - home. Percentage-wise, however, the Pirate wrestling team received the largest increase in funding in recent years, and a fine program has con- sequently developed. This sport, Stasavich noted, was given priority because of the high interest it commanded in area high schools.
Operating with a total budget only one-half that of the average national major school budget, the Pirate pro- gram nevertheless recorded triumph after triumph. Four teams pirated conference championships, while three others claimed second place SC finishes. Moreover, although the school had once before shared the prize with William and Mary. East Carolina won the Commissioner's Cup outright in 1973-74. Symbolizing the best over-all sports program in the Southern Conference, the Cup was ample evidence that, despite acknowledged weaknesses, someone must have been doing something right.
Eight runners competed on the ECU Cross Country team, and Coach Bill Carson, in his seventh year at the helm, had nothing but praise for his harriers when interviewed bv the
Buccaneer. The season already com- pleted, Carson regarded junior ECU runner Ed Rigsby as "the finest we've ever had." Rigsby received All-Con- ference and All-State honors and qualified for both regional and national competition, the first Pirate ever to do so. The coach's admiration for senior Gerald Klas, the team captain, was equally high, and Carson called Rigsby and Klas "the best 1-2 runners in ECU history." Jerry Hillard, another junior, likewise ran well during the year and earned Carson's praise as "a solid performer." Backing up these upperclassmen were freshmen Scott Miller, Steve Michaels, Neil Bransfield, Raymond Michaels, and Larry Clark.
ECU enjoyed a successful year, one in which the Pirates upset Appala- chian State and Mount St. Mary's and placed fourth in the NC Cross Country Championship held in Raleigh. The harriers finished their season at Furman University, where they once again placed fourth, yielding first, second, and third place finishes to William and Mary, ASU, and Furman respectively.
"Running is 75 percent mental. Anyone can get in shape, but the difference between average and great is the mental con- ditioning of believing in yourself." Scott Miller
Success was not gained without the many sacrifices of the individuals who ran for personal glory and that of their school. Carson's harriers started their days early, running five to seven miles in the light of dawn while most ECU students still slumbered. An equal number of miles were run during afternoon hours. Runners also worked with weights, and strengthened leg muscles by climbing stairs with weights. Carson needed only one word to describe his runners: "Dedicated."
Coach Carson found dedicated athletes for his indoor track squad as well, and once again the determina- tion paid off handsomely as the Buc thinclads scored several impressive victories during the season.
Best in the State
ECU downed rivals North Carolina, Duke, and South Carolina in a January meet at Chapel Hill, with Pirates claiming many top honors. Gerald Klas placed first in the mile. Charles Lovelace, Ariah Johnson, Maurice Huntley, and Mark Whitmore finished first, second, fourth, and fifth respectively in the 60 yard dash. Art Miller won the pole vault at a height of 14' 6". Larry Malone leaped 23' 6 1/2" to edge out fellow Pirate Willie Harvey for first place in the long jump. Nat Hagger and Lawrence Wilkerson finished second and fourth in the triple jump, and identical finishes were enjoyed by Roy Quick and Glen Russell in the high jump and by Bill McRee and Charles Maxie in the 60 yard high hurdle. Third and fourth places in the shot put went to Tom Watson and Ivey Peacock. Cross country star Ed Rigsby came in fourth in the two-mile run. with Palmer Lisane taking third in the 600 yard event. Lovelace followed up his victory in the 60 yard dash with a third place showing in the 440; Johnson placed fifth.
Individual honors were also earned by three Pirate stars in earlier competition. At the East Coast Track Invitational in Richmond. Virginia, the Bucs challenged many outstanding track and field Olympian and NCAA champions. Mastering this wealth of competition. Sam Phillips took the silver medal in the 60 yard high hurdles. Phillips was clocked at 7.5, just missing the qualifying time of 7.3 for the nationals and trailing William and Mary's gold medal winner Charles Dodson by one-tenth of a second, Larry Malone, co-captain of the Pirate trackmen, finished second behind UNC's Hubert West in the long jump; Malone's distance of 24' 2 1/4" set a new Pirate record. Gerald Klas copped the third silver medal with a 4:15.8 running of the mile; a true photo finish, a judge's decisiongave Duke's Richard Schwartz the gold medal.
Predictions of a lackadaisical season for the East Carolina cageKS seemed erroneous at first, then proved accurate. Victories over UNC-Wilmington and Davidson, interrupted
Opposite page:Lonely paths stretch before ECU's harriers at the NC Cross-Country championship at Raleigh (photo courtesy Raleigh News and Observer).
This page. Top: Tom Marsh blocks one in action against Duke (photo courtesy Raleigh News and Observer).
Bottom: Coach Quinn discusses strategy with his players, as does assistant coach Dave Patton (in background).
by losses to Duke and NC State, found the Pirates at .500 four games into the season, but there was cause for hope. Good play in the first half against the future NCAA champion Wolfpack squad, followed by a thirteen-point thumping of long-time hardcourt nemesis Davidson, suggested that the Pirates might be Southern Conference contenders after all,
Bucs Lose Four, Win Five
Following their hornecourt triumph over Fairleigh Dickenson, though, the Pirates found disaster at every bend of their four road games. A 69-63 upset of the Hues by the Bulldogs at Charleston triggered the unwelcome streak, as ECU fell victim to Marshall. American University (in the Presidential Classic), and Richmond.
3-6 for the season, the Pirates started a streak more to their liking in their home game against VMI. Nipping the Keydets 59-58 (thanks to a free throw by Donnie Owens in the final seconds), the Bucs upended Appalachian Slate by an equally narrow margin, 53-52. William and Mary next felt the sting of the Pirate sword, falling 70-67, as did St. Peter's, bowing 84-75. Owens again became VMI's executioner as he popped in two shots from the charity line to snap a 55-55 tie and clinch ECU's fifth straight win. four of them
against conference rivals.
Cagers Bid For Lead
5-2 in the conference, ECU chal- lenged for a share of the SC lead when it hosted the Paladins of Furman. Ungracious hosts thusfar in the sea- son, having won six of six in Minges, the Bucs had an advantage considerably more important - Furman coach Joe Williams had benched Ferror "Moose" Leonard, the Paladins' star center, for disciplinary reasons. Reserve Clyde Mayes, however, saw to it that Leonard was never missed, as he paced the Paladins to an 89-80 triumph with 30 points. The Pirates, however, were not without stars of their own: Reggie Lee hit for 15 points; Nicky White. 14; Donnie Owens. 12; and Greg Ashorn and Tom Marsh, 10 each.
Old Dominion's Monarchs found victory at Greenville, too, but not without a struggle. Trailing by twenty points wilh ten minutes left in the game, the Pirates suddenly sprang to life, offensively and defensively. With thirty seconds on the clock, the Bucs
were down by only one and had the ball. Whal was almost an incredible comeback then vaporized as the Bucs fumbled the ball away and, after a Monarch free throw, lost 80-78.
Three days later the Pirates again took aim at the Paladins, this time at the Carolinas' other Greenville. Play- ing on home court and with the talents of "Moose" Leonard, Furman never- theless found the visitors stubborn adversaries, and the outcome of the contest was in doubl until the final buzzer. When it sounded, it was the Paladins who were once again on top, winning the regionally-televised game by only two points, 72-70.
See-saw Season Continues
Having lost three tough battles in a row, the Bucs took out their frustrations on Buffalo State, drubbing the Northerners 89-61. Enjoying that romp, the Pirates followed up with an even bigger win. thrashing W & M's Indians 93-63. Another win over Appalachian State gave the Bucs a crack at recovering second place in the conference, hut Davidson's 94-82 revenge
of its earlier loss, followed by Richmond's 76-68 triumph, look the wind out of Pirate sails. The Bucs closed their regular season with a ragged performance against The Citadel, hut nevertheless claimed the win before their hometown fans.
The final nail in the coffin was driven bj the Indians in SC tournament action in Richmond. The Pirates, comfortably on top midway through the second period, suddenly found
themselves in the midst of an Indian rally. The final bucket, a stay-alive shot at the buzzer to knot the game 63-63, was made, not by William and Mary, but by ECU. Overtime play proved fatal, however, as an invisible lid seemingly dropped over the Pirate basket. W and M reeled off eight straight points, dooming the Rues to a 75-67 upset. The loss sent the Pirates packing with a final record of 13-13.
Eight Year Reign Ends
Coach Tom Quinn, head coach of ECU's cagers for eight years, was sent packing also. Named the Southern Conference's Coach of the Year in 1969. when he guided the Hues to a 17-11 overall mark and a second place finish behind nationally-ranked Davidson. Quinn also had the distinction of coaching the 1971-72 Pirate squad to surprising wins over Davidson and Furman to give ECU its first basketball championship in the South- ern Conference tourney, a victory which sent the Hues to the NCAA Eastern Regionals.
Two reasons for Quinn's removal were cited by Athletic Director Clarence Stasavich: first, the Pirate basketball program had plateaued in recent years: second, as a result of the stagnation, support for the team had dwindled alarmingly, as evidenced by
the fact that wrestling often outdrew basketball in attendance. After a delay of several weeks, assistant coach Dave Patton was given the nod to succeed Quinn at the helm.
From the first match of the season to the last. Coach John Welborn's grapplers wrestled with authority as they authored an impressive 7-0 record. Wins over SC challengers Appalachian State and W and, a glorious 31-3 victory over the Wolfpack of NC State, an unprecedented sweep of the NC Collegiate Championships, and a third consecutive first place finish in the conference tournament proved the strength of the Pirate squad.
The first dual meet pitted ECU's matmen against nationally-ranked West Chester State; sluggish in the early going, the Pirates overcame a 10-10 tie and sailed easily from there to a 28-10 victory.
Travelling to Boone, ECU's grap-
Opposite puge. Far left: Nicky White outmaneuvers The Citadel's Rick Barger, while Robert Geter blocks out for the possible rebound.
Top center: Eric Gray snatches the rebound for Richmond as Roger Atkinson prepares to defend (photo by Tommy Forrest).
Top right: Gregg Asborn finds his shot blocked by Davidson's Sheldon Parker (photo by Tommy Forrest).
Bottom left center: Reggie Lee keeps a Pirate rally alive with a shot from the corner against Old Dominion.
Bottom right center: Donnie Owens passes off during action with VMI.
Bottom right: Airborne Kenny Edmonds drives past defending Paladins for the lay-up (photo by Tommy Forrest).
This page. Right: Wrestling's promotional pamphlet boasts the grappler's championship 1973 season.
Below: Paul Ketchum battles with his William and Mary foe.
N.C. Collegiate Champions
Front (L-R)--118 Jim Blair, 126 Paul Ketchum, 134 Mitt Sherman, 142 Tom Marritt, 150 Jack Stortz; Top (L-R)-- 158 Bruce Hall, 167 Ron Whitcomb, 177 Bill Hill, 190 Mike Radford, Hwt. Willard Bryant.
Southern Conference Champs
N.C. Collegiate Champs
Ga. Tech Invitational Champs
Maryland Federation Champs
Colgate Open Champs
Thanksgiving Open Champs
plers put (he Mountaineers of Appalachian State to the sword in 9 of 10 matches, blasting their hosts 36-4. Equally magnificent was the Bucs' performance against the ACC's vaunted Wolfpack.
"Maybe this makes up a little for football and basketball." Mike Radford
The Pirates dominated the action in Carmichael Auditorium in much the same way as the Wolfpack had in Carter Stadium. Jim Blair, Paul Ketchum, Milt Sherman, and Tom Marriott each won easily in their respective weight classes to give the Bucs a 13-0 edge before State's Charlie Williams upended Steve Satterwhite in a 7-2 decision. It was the only match the Pack was to claim all evening, however, as Bruce Hall, Ron Whitcomb, Bill Hill, Mike Radford, and Willie Bryant conquered their opponents handily. State found the embarassing 31-3 clobbering even more frustrating because of its previously undefeated record.
The Pirates put their undefeated mark on the line in the dual meet competition held in Minges Coliseum with William and Mary. The Indians poised the most prominent threat to the Bucs' possession of the SC crown, and the meet was accordingly regarded as crucial. A large Pirate crowd was on hand to witness the event, and the Bucs made their audience more than happy, scalping the Indians 29-6. The contest was far more even than the
total score indicated, however, as four Pirates eeked out one-point decisions over their W and; M opponents. Moreover. Welborn felt that the Indians had not wrestled as well as they were capable of doing, and he therefore believed that the outcome of the conference championship meet, only weeks away, was still in question.
In the last home match of the season, the Pirates battled another tribe of warriors - the Pembroke State Braves - but the end result was the same; the Bucs waylaid Pembroke 43-3, upping their dual meet record to 5-0.
Three in a Row
Boone was the site of the Southern Conference Championship meet, but the home court advantage did not help the challenging Mountaineers; nor did it help the William and Mary squad. Instead, East Carolina made it three in a row as, despite indications that the meet would go down to the wire, the Pirates ran away from their com- petitors with ease.
Justly proud of his squad's performance, Welborn looked forward to the last meet of the season against the Monarchs of Old Dominion. The grapplers had little trouble in winning the match, and for the third straight season the Pirates posted an undefeated mark in dual meet competition.
View From The Top
Coach Welborn outlined in a Buccaneer interview the kind of dedication his wrestlers displayed in compiling their 7-0 record. While conditioning actually continued throughout the
year, supervised training began one week after the start of Fall quarter classes. During September and October, practice lasted one hour a day, four days a week; by November, however, the sessions were lengthened to two-and-a-half hours a day, seven days a week - a grueling pace which was maintained until after the NCAA Championships in March. Described by Welborn as "demanding," the sessions involved running, lifting weights, and maintaining the proper weight. According to Welborn, wrestling required "a special kind of athlete"; judging from the program he has established in his seven years at
This page. Left: ECU's Bill Hill (left) grapples with his William and Mary opponent; Hill, along with Jim Blair, Glen Baker, Tom Marriott, Bruce Hall, Mike Radford, and Willie Bryant, represented the Pirates at the NCAA Wrestling Championship at Ames, Iowa.
Above: Henry Morrow swims in home meet against South Florida.
Opposite page: The score-board tells the tale of East Carolina's domination of the SC Championship meet.
ECU, Welborn obviously had a good eye when recruiting. Beyond the obvious abilities required of the wrestler- strength, balance, quickness, agility, and a good repertory of moves- Welborn also looked for "gutty" individuals, men who could wrestle with minor injuries, could withstand pain, and had enough determination to perform to their limits in practice as well as in competition.
Stressing the cooperation he has received from the administration. Welborn happily reviewed the status Pirate wrestling has enjoyed in recent years. Enthusiastically supported by students and faculty - a fact which Welborn regarded as highly important- ECU's wrestling program was one of the finest in the nation and has earned national ranking. Welborn believed that the Pirates could fare well in wrestling were ECU to join the ACC, but added that in light of the increasing financial support ACC schools are giving to their minor sports. ECU's program would likewise need additional funding to maintain its present position. In 1974, the wrestling program worked with a budget
of $11,000; only two scholarships - neither of them full - were available at any one-time, but a $1,500 annual wrestling scholarship established by ECU alumnus Michael L. Bunting will be available in 1975.
Welborn recalled with a smile how his squad travelled as economically as possible on road trips, staying at the homes of friends along the way, if possible, in order to save money. Such frugal spending. Welborn explained, might allow for the scheduling of another meet, and only through actual wrestling could ECU hope to be nationally recognized.
The arrival of winter sports at ECU also marked the renewal of another Pirate dynasty - that of Ray Scharf's tankmen. While not boasting an un- defeated season, the Pirates neverthe- less dominated all conference rivals and fared well also in non-conference meets. Swimming was one of the sports in which East Carolina competed with many ACC teams, and the tankmen proved themselves worthy
opponents. Against powerhouse Maryland, the Pirates hung tight until the end, bowing by a respectable score of 03-51: NC State and North Carolina likewise enjoyed victories over the Bucs by scores of 65-47 and 68-45. Virginia, however, was not as fortunate, as the Bucs splashed by the Cavaliers 65-48. Only Army could justifiably claim to have beaten the Pirates with ease; the nationally- ranked cadets sunk the Bucs 76-37.
Generally, the Pirates enjoyed suc- cess with enough regularity to give them a victorious season. The losses to North Carolina and Army followed on the heels of a narrow 57-56 win over South Florida in the first meet of the season. The Pirates then rallied from their big loss to Army to devastate St. John's by an equally impressive score of 74-39 in the double dual meet at West Point. Following the losses to NC State and Maryland, ECU reeled off five straight wins, beginning with their swamping of Richmond, 70-42. Next came the victory over Virginia, succeeded by wins over Catholic University, Appalachian State, and VMI.
Entering the SC Championship meet with an impressive string of victories, the Pirate tankmen hosted their con- ference challengers in Minges Nata- torium. An enthusiastic crowd eagerly cheered on the Pirates as they com- pletely dominated the meet. Second place Richmond never gave ECU a
serious challenge as the Pirates once again claimed unquestioned right to the conference crown- for the eighth consecutive year. The first place finish gave ECU the lead in the race for the Commissioner's Cup.
"It's All between Your Ears!"
Another of ECU's winning coaches, Ray Scharf has been a coach at East Carolina for seven years. Joining the staff of Dr. Ray Martinese- a line coach who deserved the lion's share of credit for persuading administrators to finance the pool- in 1967, Scharf assumed head coaching chores the following year.
Scharf saw to it that practice for his squad was grueling, with workouts scheduled both in the early morning and in the afternoon, as the tankmen literally swam hundreds of miles over the course of the season. Coach Scharf viewed the individual swimmer as a "diamond in the rough"; continuing the analogy, he commented on the de- sign of his program: "We try to cut it, polish it, and place it in its proper setting. If we don't cut it light, it breaks." The Pirate mentor further noted that one of the most important things in his swimmers was dedication. As the tankmen enjoyed little glory or recognition, personal satisfaction was usually their only reward.
The emphasis Scharf placed upon
mental attitude - belief in oneself - was neatly summed up in his favorite motto: "It's all between your ears!" Interestingly, Scharf paid as much attention to the academic performance of his swimmers as he did to their performance during meets. In fact, to aid his freshmen in this regard, Scharf arranged a three-hour study hall on weeknights, following practice. Considering good grades highly important, Scharf demanded 100 percent in both sports and academics, and said with a grin, "You only get what you ask for."
Pirate netters suffered through another inglorious season as hopes of a winning record- the first in a long time- were stored in moth balls once again. The final results were even more depressing in light of the optimism which had prevailed in pre-season. Coach Wes Hankins had taken the 2-12 squad of 1972 to a 7-11 season in his first year at the helm, and the return of five players promised a good year in 1974 - "good year" being defined as anything between 7-11 and 10-8.
Instead, the Bucs finished at the bottom of the pile, recording only three victories all season long. So poor was the Pirates' luck, in fact, that
between their match with Glassboro State and the SC tournament, they failed to win as much as one set. While the football, wrestling, and swimming teams sailed through their seasons undefeated in conference action, the netters went unvictorious. For the second straight year the Bucs failed to score a single point in the tournament, and slim consolation was afforded by the lad that VMI's Keydets suffered the same humiliation, thus lying the Pirates for sixth place. Appalachian State claimed first place in the tourney, with Davidson finishing second.
Buc golfers carded another successful season this year behind rookie coach Bill Cain; Cain, ECU's Assistant Athletic Director, assumed the coach- ing duties formerly held by wrestling mentor John Welborn.
Headed by senior Eddie Pinnix, the Pirate squad carried impressive credentials in their bid for a Southern Conference championship. Pinnix, recipient of All-America honors, joined with returning lettermen Bebo Batts. Carl Bell, Tommy Boone, and Jim Ward to form a veteran front: newcomers Doug Owens, Steve Ridge, and Les Bass, meanwhile, strength- ened chances for the SC crown with their talented play.
During the year the Pirates competed in no less than three major invitational tournaments, meeting with varying results. The first measure of the Pirates' mettle came at the Pal- metto tourney held in Orangeburg. South Carolina. Georgia Southern bested the 22-team field in the three-day event, while the Bucs finished in a tie lor tenth with UNC-CH,
Following a 19-2 victory over UNC-Wilmington in dual match play, the Pirates hit the road again, competing against ten teams in the Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate Invitational. ECU, only two strokes off the pace after the first
This page: Dr. Leo Jenkins holds the Commissioner's Cup, symbolizing the best athletic program in the Southern Conference, as Athletic Council chairman Cliff Moore (left) and Athletic Director Clarence Stasavich look on (photo courtesy ECU News Bureau).
Opposite page: ECU's diamondmen slug their way to a 12-2 conference finish and the championship.
day, dropped to fifth place after its second outing. Rallying on the last day. the Pirates tied for third with Appalachian State behind NC State and UNC-CH. In sudden death play- in which the top man for each team met head-on- Pinnix won out over his Mountaineer opponent on the first hole to break the tie.
Less successful was the venture in Greenville, South Carolina, where the Pirates competed in the Furman Invitational. ECU finished thirteenth of twenty-two. and Coach Cain was understandably disappointed. The Pirate linkmen were simply not scoring as well as they had been expected to by this point in the season; moreover, both ASU and Furman finished ahead of ECU. the first time they had done so in the three tournaments in which they had competed. With the SC tourney rapidly approaching, Cain felt that the squad needed a great deal of work and more dedication.
Viewing the intervening dual matches as tune-ups, the Bucs worked hard to prepare themselves for the
main event. Carding a victory over Richmond just prior to the tournament, the Bucs journeyed to Florence, South Carolina as one of three teams given an even shot at winning the crown. The enthusiasm with which they entered the championship event, however, did not prevent the Bucs from opening with a weak round. Second day play brought the Pirates within six strokes of front-running Appalachian State and an equal number of strokes ahead of Furman. The standings remained unaltered on the final day of the tourney, and the Bucs had to settle for a second place finish.
Equally important was the effect the final standings had upon the race for the Commissioner's Cup. By virtue of their first place finishes in golf and tennis, the Mountaineers had suddenly put Appalachian State in the running with ECU and W and M for the coveted trophy; only in its second year as a member of the Southern Conference, ASU would have found the possession of the Cup an unbelievable dream-come-true.
Gray-haired followers of Pirate baseball might remember having heard in their youth stories about "the legend of the even year." The legend breathed new life during the 1974 season as the Bucs ran away with the conference crown, the fourth time they had done so since ECU joined the SC. Curiously, each championship had come in an even year - '66, '68, '70, and '74; only in 1972 did the even oddity fail, as the Bucs finished with a record of 11-5, two games shy of the Richmond Spiders.
Within the Southern Conference, the Pirates were all but unbeatable. Between their 1-0 loss to Furman in the first conference game of the sea- son and their 5-3 loss to The Citadel in the last SC bout, the Bucs reeled off twelve straight victories. In inter-conference play, however, ECU was less successful, compiling a 5-9 record. In action with the ACC, for instance, NC State (1974 champion in its league) swept three from the Pirates; Duke
copped two of three; Virginia, scheduled only once, lost 3-0; and Greenville weather shut-out both North Carolina and ECU in a rained-out game that was never rescheduled.
Head coach George Williams teamed with assistant Monte Little to produce ECU's winning squad. Williams, working with the stand-out talents of Dave LaRussa and Bill Godwin, coached the pitching Staff to noticeable successes- Buc hurlers collectively registered five shut-outs over their opponents while yielding only one run in each of seven other games. Little, meanwhile, supervised hitting practice and worked with the defensive play of the infield.
Practice for the champs began in January, with one week of running serving as the initial phase of the conditioning program. Williams, with only a limited number of grant-in-aids at his disposal, was fortunate in being able to round out his team with several talented walk-ons.
Easy-going, reserved, and quiet- even when angry- Coach Williams enjoyed his work, as well he might. Earning the respect of his players, the Pirate mentor had no disciplinary problems with which to contend; far from it, morale was exceptionally high throughout the season, aided as it was by the large crowds on hand for all the games played at Harrington Field. The portrait of Williams would thus have been an easy one to paint as the coach stood by the Pirate dug-out. Quietly chewing on his plug of tobacco, Williams viewed with satisfaction the championship play of this year's team and thought optimistically on prospects for the future.
Long since the home of the SC's dynasty in track. William and Mary had gotten a jump on other conference schools by being the first to offer grant-in-aids in this sport; with both money to recruit with and a winning tradition to recruit to. the Indian coach had consistently fielded a powerful team. The Pirates, perennial conten- ders, hoped the outcome would be different in 1974.
Opening against NC State and Wake Forest, the trackmen scored ten first place finishes out of eighteen events, and Carson was justifiably pleased. Less fortunate in their outing in Charleston, South Carolina, the Pi-
rates finished second to Baptist College; Baptist won the meet with 93 points, while ECU finished second in the tri-meet with 47 1/2, edging last place Princeton. Explained Carson, "Baptist has the third best track team in the South besides Tennessee and Florida. They would kill Maryland and William and Mary. Track is their main sport and that's what they put their money into.''
Sam Phillips paced the Pirates in the Atlantic Coast Relays in Raleigh, winning a gold medal 14.3 in the 120 yard high hurdles and setting a new meet record with his time of 14.2 for the same event in the morning trials.
Phillips teamed with Gerald Klas to take the honors at the Carolina Relays in Chapel Hill. Phillips again won the high hurdle event, while Klas pulled in a gold medal with his 4:09.9 running of the mile. While bowing to North Carolina Central, the Buc 440 relay team - Larry Malone, Palmer Lisane, Sam Phillips, and Maurice Huntley - broke an ECU record with a time of 41.5.
Miscues hampered Pirate efforts at the Mountaineer Relays in Morgantown. West Virginia, hut the Bucs nevertheless came home with prizes. A poor exchange of the baton lost the 440 relay team first place in that event, while running out of bounds on the baton exchange was cause for ECU's disqualification in the 880. Ivey Peacock finished third in the discus with a distance of 47'6", while Tom Watson claimed second in the shot put with a heave of 49'6". Klas again conquered competitors, running the 3-mile in 13:57.1, setting both a new meet and a new track record. Al Kalamaja also finished first in his specialty, the steeplechase, stopping the clock at 9:28.3. Also contributing to the Pirates' trophy case were Al McCrimmons in the high jump, Willie Harvey in the long jump and triple jump, and Glenn Russell in the triple jump.
Following a meet with South Carolina, the Bucs competed in the Southern Conference meet in Richmond. ECU took first place in seven events, but seven was not enough to dethrone William and Mary. It was enough, however, to give the Pirates second place, a finish which in turn gave ECU the prize it had long sought but had never before won: the Commissioner's Cup!
Coach: Sonny Randle
Conference Finish; 1st
8 NC State 57
13 Southern Mississippi 0
42 Southern Illinois 25
14 Furman 3
45 Davidson 0
42 VMI 7
34 The Citadel 0
27 North Carolina 28
34 William and Mary 3
44 Richmond 14
49 Appalachian State 14
Coach: Bill Carson
Conference Finish: 4th
0 Wyler 15
0 VPI 15
30 Pembroke 24
28 NC State 27
30 Appalachian State 24
Coaches: Al Tompson, Monte Little, Ed Walcott
Conference Finish: 2nd
1 UNC-Wilmington 1
0 Campbell 7
1 Madison 2
2 North Carolina 5
2 VMI 2
0 NC State 5
0 Appalachian State 9
2 Duke 5
2 William and Mary 0
2 NC Wesleyan 0
4 Methodist 1
2 Appalachian State 3
Coach: Ray Scharf
Conference Finish: 1st
57 South Florida 56
45 North Carolina 68
37 Army 76
74 St. John's 39
47 NC State 65
51 Maryland 63
70 Richmond 42
65 Virginia 48
65 Catholic University 44
11 Appalachian State
11 VMI 0
1st Southern Conference Tournament
Coach: Tom Quinn
Conference Finish: 5th
69 UNC-Wilmington 63
69 Duke 82
47 NC State 79
104 Davidson 91
77 Fairleigh Dickinson 73
63 The Citadel 69
81 Marshall 92
75 American University 82
60 Lehigh 47
78 Richmond 79
53 Appalachian State 52
70 William and Mary 67
84 St. Peter's 75
57 VMI 55
80 Furman 89
78 Old Dominion 80
70 Furman 72
89 Buffalo State 61
93 William and Mary 63
76 Appalachian State 68
82 Davidson 94
68 Richmond 76
78 The Citadel 66
Southern Conference Tournament
67 William and Mary 75
Coach: John Welhorn
Conference Finish: 1st
W West Chester State
W Appalachian State
W NC State
W William and Mary
W Pembroke State
1st Southern Conference Tournament
W Old Dominion
Coach: Bill Carson
W North Carolina
W South Carolina
W NC State
L Ohio State
L Notre Dame
Coach: Wes Hankins
Conference Finish: Tied For 6th
Results Not Available
Atlantic Christian College
William and Mary
Atlantic Christian College
Southern Conference Tournament
Coach: George Williams
Conference Finish: 1st
9 Campbell 1
11 Duke 6
NC State 1
1 NC State 4
2 Duke 3
0 Furman 1
6 Furman 4
3 Virginia 0
2 Shippensburg 1
6 Shippensburg 0
2 Davidson 1
12 Davidson 1
6 Richmond 0
2 NC State 8
8 William and Mary 2
3 Appalachian State 2
2 Appalachian State 0
0 Pembroke 3
3 The Citadel 2
2 UNC-Wilmington 3
0 UNC-Wilmington 1
12 William and Mary 2
8 Richmond 3
7 VMI 1
8 VMI 2
3 The Citadel 5
8 UNC-Wilmington 16
2 Campbell 4
Coach: Bill Cain
Conference Finish: 2nd 10th of 22 Palmetto Tournament
19 UNC-Wilmington 2
3rd Of 12
Camp Lejune Tournament
13th of 22 Furman Tournament
8 Southern Conference 3
361 Campbell 357
14 Richmond 7
Southern Conference Tournament
Coach: Bill Carson
Conference Finish: 2nd
Results Not Available
NC State/Wake Forest
Atlantic Coast Relays
South Carolina Southern Conference
TIMES HAVE CHANGED
(and we ain't whistlin' "Dixie!")
Several years ago the black student belonged to a minority that went largely unnoticed on the predominantly white ECU campus. Dramatic changes were initiated in 1969, however, when the newly-formed Society Of United Liberal Students (SOULS) gave voice to the black population.
In the spring of 1969, SOULS presented President Jenkins with a list of ten demands it felt needed to be met if blacks were to be truly a part of the college community. Included on the list were demands for black courses, black professors, the vigorous recruitment of minority students, and- perhaps the most controversial demand on the list- the banning of "Dixie" as the Pirate fight song.
A moratorium on the mall, a unique convocation in which Dr. Jenkins addressed the entire student and faculty body in Ficklen Stadium, and a demonstration before the administration building transpired during tension-filled days. Fortunately, reason prevailed, peace was maintained, and changes gradually came about.
Right: This ECU coed enjoys a Union-sponsored watermelon feast.
Below left: Class break allows for a moment's relaxation on the wall.
Below right: Students chat at the chief meeting place on campus- the CU.
As a result of the moratorium, when whites were able to listen to black leaders explain the reasons for the SOULS demands, blacks gained the support of their fellow students; in a special referendum, therefore, students voted overwhelmingly to ban "Dixie."
Since 1909, improvements have been continual. The SGA established the Office of Minority Affairs to give blacks an active voice in student affairs. Within the 1973-74 year the SGA also appropriated $1,000 for the publication of two minority recruitment booklets. Another development this year was the formation of the Black Arts Festival Steering Committee, which co-ordinated the programming for the annual Black Arts Festival, an event made possible through the joint efforts of SOULS, the Office of Minority Affairs, the Student Union, the SGA, and various departmental and administrative heads. The Festival was a revival of the original Black
Week, first sponsored by SOULS in 1972. "Rap sessions," lectures, work-shops, a film festival, and a sing-in highlighted the exhaustive event.
In addition to these improvements, several black professors have joined the ranks of ECU's growing faculty, while black courses in the areas of art. English, history, political science. geography, and anthropology have been added to the curriculum.
Social changes have also taken place, most noticably in the number of black fraternal organizations which have been formed within recent years. Alpha Phi Alpha, the first black fraternity to establish a local chapter on the East Carolina campus, has since been joined by two other fraternities and two sororities.
Secretary of Minority Affairs Maurice Huntley noted in a Fountainhead article that the major improvement needed today was in the recruitment of blacks to ECU. According to Huntley, black students already on campus need to take it upon themselves to personally recruit fellow blacks. Huntley also noted that the school needed more black graduates to further enhance the University's image in the eyes of black students interested in pursuing post-graduate degrees.
Certainly, times have changed and improvements will continue. And we ain't whistlin' "Dixie!"
Opposite page. Top: Black or white, students share the same hassles of university life, i. e., browsing the shelves of the book store for a bargain.
Bottom left: Election of Miss Black ECU has been an annual event since 1971.
Bottom right: Dr. Charles G. Hurst appears at ECU as a part oi the Lecture Series.
This page. Top: Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha highlight a Pirate pep rally with their mock burial of the Richmond Spiders.
Left: Omega Psi Phi pledges draw an interested audience.
a univepsfty survives puberty
Should one ever have the time and desire to do so. a visit to Joyner Library's North Carolina Reading Room would offer what would be an oftentimes amusing, oftentimes startling insight into a world that was. All but obscurred by neighboring volumes of Tarheel triumphs and trivia sits a collection of humble little volumes, scuffed with the scars of time and trial, tinged with an airy touch of antiquity. Student handbooks, they are, and an interesting tale they tell- one of the gradual growth of student freedom and of how a training school/college/university survived sixty-eight years of puberty.
Page after page in these dusty handbooks speak of Victorian morality, as various regulations quoted at random testify. The 1929-30 ECTC hand-book, for example, informs the reader that the institution once had a precise schedule which regulated student life:
Rising Bell - 6:30 A.M.
Breakfast - 7:30 A.M.
Recitations - 8:30 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Lunch - 12:50 P.M. except Sunday, 1:00
Recitations begin at 1:50 P.M.
Dinner at 5:55 P.M.
In effect at a time when "coed" referred to the school's male population, the regulations found in the handbook emphasized the traditional attitude toward women - the view of women as the weaker sex and therefore to be protected by the school authorities in accordance with the in ioco parentis theory. Each regulation was pointedly designed to keep a watchful eye on the wards of the institution. Under the heading "Social" appeared the following rules:
Calling hours are from 3:30 to 5:45 P.M. on week days; from 4:00 to 5:45 on Sundays; from 7:30 to 10:00 P.M. in the evenings.
After public entertainments students may converse with guests, but must bid them good night before leaving the building in
which the entertainment has been given.
Students must not dine at restaurants or go to any office or to any railroad station without special permission from the Dean of Women.
Students may speak to young men on the street, but may not carry on extended conversations with them, nor walk with them. Students must wear hats when calling or shopping.
On leaving or returning to the campus, students must register. Students must have a special permission sent directly to the Dean of Women from their parents for each out-of-town privilege.
Administrators also provided helpful suggestions on "Things to Avoid:" Talking from windows. Sitting in windows. Leaving shades up at night. Loud talking and other forms of disorder in the Administration Building and in the dormitories. Chewing gum in company. Going to town without hats. Walking too near the hedge. Reading, writing, or talking during chapel exercises.
Accustomed to liberal standards in motion picture content, today's stu- dent would likely find the following regulation, one of several "General Privileges," incredible: "Students may go to picture show once a week. The program at the approved theatre will be posted on Mondays."
The term "General Privileges" suggests that specific regulations existed as well, and so they did. Each class- junior-Normal, Senior-Normal, Junior, and Senior- had its own set of rules. The following regulations, for instance, were only a few of the many that greeted entering students:
Right: Today's barefeet and bluejeans would have been in violation of ECU's dress code six years ago.
Students may go calling twice a month.
Students may go shopping Monday and Friday afternoons.
Students may have company twice a month.
Students may spend two weekends each term out of town with permission mailed directly from parents to the Dean of Women.
Each succeeding class enjoyed additional privileges, until the senior was her own woman, with only a few restrictions with which to contend: Students may go to the theatre or to church with brothers by filing their names.
Students may go to church or to the theatre with a gentleman, provided there are two girls in the group and they return immediately after the show or church. The show must be approved.
Student may go to the picture show two afternoons or evenings each week provided they go in groups of twos. They must be back on the campus within thirty minutes after the first evening show is over. In no case must they be out later than ten o'clock. Students may go to town at any time during the day except at class periods.
Such was life at ECTC in 1930. Three decades later East Carolina was recognized as a college and regulations had altered with the times. By today's standards, however, the rules remained stringent. The 1958-59 Key specified several restrictions which continued to govern the school's female population. Under a section headed "Dating" appeared the following rules:
Students must sign out on special permission card for walking date when dating after 5:30 p.m. in the fall and winter quarters and 7:45 p.m. in the spring and summer quarters. Girls and their dates are not to walk in the arboretum or outdoor theatre or to loiter around the steps of classroom buildings, or the benches on front campus after the above time.
All riding dates necessitate signing out on special permission card regardless of whether it is day or night.
Another humorous rule fell under the heading "Riding": "Students must not sit at night in parked cars on campus."
Grouped under "Personal Conduct" were five administrative warnings:
Penalties will be given to students for undue familiarity and lack of dignity.
Shorts, dungarees, pedal pushers, and gym shorts are not to be worn in public except by special permission.
Women students must not visit in men's dormitories.
During the day women students may talk with gentlemen friends on the front and side porches, but not on hack steps of the dormitories.
Sun bathing may he done only in specially provided places on the campus.
Women students who violated the multitude of regulations had her day in court, and those found guilty of crimes against the establishment received demerits; an accumulation of 12 demerits resulted in the student's being placed on restriction. The following infrigements carried penalties of 1 to 3 demerits, depending upon the severity of the offense:
Walking to town at night with girls without signing out.
Failure to sign in within 30 minutes after return to Greenville from a weekend visit.
Talking out of windows.
Loitering with boys on back steps of dormitories.
Failing to take phone duty when assigned.
Visiting in town during the day without signing-out.
Walking to town at night by one-self.
Dating without signing out.
In 1967- the year in which the NG General Assembly granted University-status to the institution- regulations remained confining. Parental permission forms regarding modes of transportation, visiting privileges, and dating privileges were required of each coed. Strict dormitory closing hours were in effect for all coeds. Freshmen, however, had additional rules with which to contend, "closed study" being among the more prominent. Closed study required freshmen women to remain in their own rooms- no visiting was permitted- Monday through Thursday from 7:110 to 10:00 p.m. Other no-no's during these hours were dates, visits to the canteen, showers or baths, and telephone calls.
Thirty minutes after dormitory closing time the following privileges were denied freshmen:
Visiting or communicating with other students.
Taking showers or tub baths.
Using the telephone except to receive long distance telephone calls.
Washing and ironing
Using vending machines.
Playing radios, record players, and television sets or other musical instruments excessibly loud.
Cleaning rooms and moving furniture.
If the regulations cited thus far seem slanted toward the female population, it is only because the administrative policies regarding coeds were considerably more stringent than those regarding men. Men students had no curfews, never experienced closed study, filed no sign-out/sign-in forms, never received demerits. Regulations for men were adequately covered on two pages of the hand- book; those for women covered ten pages. Yet the University avowed adherence to a single standard.
1970 saw the first of several changes in the regulations. Closing hours for all women students were set back an additional half-hour: sign-out/sign-in was dropped; and an experimental visitation program was begun. The first-visitation lasted for two hours following a Sunday afternoon rock concert as part of Carousel weekend festivities. The interest shown in visitation at that time encouraged the Men's Residence Council to request expanded hours on future weekends, and the administration willingly agreed. By the end of spring term, men students were enjoying visitation on any weekend the MRC requested. Hours were from 7:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. During summer vacation, the MRC Executive Council successfully argued for permanent weekend visitation privileges.
In October, 1970. the MRC moved to have visitation installed on a daily basis, with hours extended from noon until women's curfew. Dr. Jenkins replied by appointing an Ad-Doc committee to investigate such an expansion. Months dragged by. and the student body became increasingly an- xious and bothered by what it con-
This page: Visitation eases dorm living.
Opposite page: Frequent Fountainhead articles praise the success of ECU's co-ed hall.
sidered to be stalling tactics by the administration. The sending of questionaires to parents asking their views on visitation, co-ed dorms, and self-limiting hours for women further alienated students.
Early in February, 1971, the MRC issued an ultimatum to the administration- the Ad-Hoc committee was to issue its recommendation by the 22nd of that month. On that day the committee did issue its proposal, which called for visitation on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from noon until one-half hour before women's curfew.
Angered by this compromise pro- posal, the MRC passed its original plan for visitation in defiance. An apparent confrontation on March 9th- the day on which the MRC program was to go into effect- was staved off when Dr. Jenkins informed MRC members that the Board of Trustees had met and had instructed him to bring before the Board a proposal for visitation for their consideration. Another committee was appointed, this time with an equal number of representatives from the administration, MRC, and WRC. The committee met once for a two-hour session, and when it adjourned it had agreed on a
daily visitation program from noon until one-half hour before women's curfew for all men's dormitories, and visitation for women's dorms on an individual, week-by-week basis.
Again, there was a lung period of silence, during which the students were not informed of the progress of visitation. The silence ended abruptly one warm Tuesday evening at 11:00 p.m. when a boisterous throng of men swarmed down the "Hill," swept across campus, and literally con- sumed Cotten. From the first floor to the third, men students paced the halls of Cotten shouting, "Visitation Now!" The residents soon joined with them and encouraged a similar "raid" on Fleming. The "visitation" ended peacefully with the arrival of the campus police, but the spirited students Were not yet finished. Soon hundreds of men and women gathered outside President Jenkin's heme. The police ordered the crowd to disband, but no sooner had it been given than police began arresting students.
Ironically, the event occurred on the eve of a scheduled meeting of die Board of Trustees. Predictably, the Board voted to curtail all visitation in light of the previous evening's incident. What ensued over the following
weeks will likely never be forgotten by those who were involved. A boycott nf downtown Greenville merchants was called: cartoons by Ken Finch and a letter by Robert Snell raised charges of obscenity against the Fountuinhead and its editor, Hub Thonen; the members of the MRC summarily resigned in disgust, feeling that the Council's constitution, which authorized it to make regulations governing men stu- dents, was nu more than a worthless scrap of paper in lighl of the Hoard's action.
Eventually, tempers cooled and campus returned to normal: event\ually, visitation was re-established, and the guidelines were those outlined by the MRC in its original pro- posal of October, 1970.
Self-limiting hours for upperclass women likewise became a reality in 1971; and in 1972, Garrett Hall became ECU's first co-ed dorm.
While East Carolina had never led the way in liberalizing studenl life, it had come a long way, since the days ol previewing movies. Gone was the dress code, and in its place were bare- feet and bluejeans. Puberty- sixty-eight years long had been survived.
Ah, the memory of those dorm days . . . and nights. Winter mornings with no heat while neighboring floors sweltered at the mercy of iron steam monsters. Shriveled frog carcasses stored next to the mustard and pickle jars in the refrigerator because lab practicals loomed menacingly near. The "lived-in" look abounded- encrusted dishes on the desk, books heaped on the bed, piles of clothes carefully scattered on book shelves and in closets and around and under beds to give the room just the right touch of chaos.
One either loved the dorms or hated them. The environment lent itself
toward creating strong friendships between "roomies", suitemates, and parties down the hall. Speaking of parties, there always seemed to be one going on somewhere, especially on those- nights when studying was a real necessity.
Top sequence: Humid Fall weather and overladen cars make moving-in an ordeal.
Center left: Coeds find lugging their wardrobe a cumbersome task.
Center right: Residents on the "Hill" find moving-in equally laborous.
Left: Parking becomes a problem with the first day of Fall quarter and remains one throughout the year.
The idea of running down the hall to the bathroom soon got old, and the novelty of fixing pizza in a broiler oven and then trucking to the shallow basins in the washrooms to clean up the dishes wore off even faster. Once the cramped quarters brought on fits of claustaphobia, the symptoms of an evolving day student were evident. Armed with the SGA off-campus housing list, one spent hours looking for an apartment, a trailer, anything
The privacy was worth the trouble, and a roommate was worth half the expenses. The campus transit system helped in the travel department, but
Top right: Ginger and Liba Narron experiment with a dormitory delicacy.
Center right: Sunbathing remains a popular spring pastime.
Bottom right: Study continues into the wee hours of the morning.
Below: Scott is one of two men's dormitories that feature suites.
Opposite page. Left: Bicycles are a familiar campus scene.
Right: Dresser space is often cramped.
Dorm Life and Day Student Memory Prompter
(check where applicable)
The Dean of Student Affairs
The Dean of Housing
The Dean of Men
The Dean of Women
The Men's Residence Council
The Women's Residence Council
The Head Resident
Overcrowded laundry rooms with six washers out of order and two dryers too few
Power failures (at least one a quarter)
Waking up in total darkness in -January for an 8:00 class - and going back to sleep again
Noisy Janitors and maids working
Quiet janitors and maids standing around doing nothing more than looking at one as if to ask, "What is he doing here?"
in the elevator
Jn the stairways
in the commode
along the halls
in the parking lot
One broom (bristles bent out in assorted directions)
One dustpan (remaining forever unused in a corner of the closet)
One trash can (bent out of shape and never large enough to hold all your garbage
Bulletin boards crowded with memorandums and memoriablia
Sav-Haf toilet paper holders that never let one tear off more than one insufficient sheet at a time
1:00 a.m. hooting contests between dorms
Watching basketball and football games on television with evervone else on the >hall
Black light posters
Students Supply Stores calendars with the days etched out of existence with red pens or black Magic Markers
Stained, soft mattresses
Sore backs from sleeping on stained, soft mattresses
People running up and down hallways
Shaving cream fights
Water balloon fights
Broom fights (what else were they to be used for?)
Cold rooms in winter
Hot rooms in summer
NO PARKING signs
NO parking places
Empty mailboxes which remained empty
Tuna fish salad
Peanut butter and mayonnaise
Peanut butter and jelly
Bologna and cheese
Cheese and pickles
Cheese and egg
Creamed cheese and pineapple
Mustard and tuna
Problems with housing:
Too far from school
No grass for lying in the sun
No pets allowed
No children allowed
No social life
Broken air conditioner
Married couples only
Utilities included and too expensive
Utilities not included and still too expensive
No available roommate
Those first few days:
No garbage can
No light blubs
Pants caught in chain
Snapped gear lines
Bike ripped off
only for those lucky enough to live along its route. Otherwise a bike or car was a must. Cooking became true artistry, with soup and tuna fish heading the menu of cuisine concoctions and gourmet garnishings. At least MacDonald's was no longer the hangout at meal times, although a can of spaghetti still added a touch of variety.
For many the story changed here. Wedding bells between quarters demanded a change in life style. Mom and Dad no longer footed the tuition expenses, and the need for food, clothing and housing meant that someone had to assume a role other than full-time student. In the process, old friends lost contact and new ones sprang up. The whole marriage cycle brought school-related goals into focus, if for no other reason than that the couple could no longer afford the luxury of groping through general college for a life-time looking for a major that suited one's personality. Grades improved because of time spent at home, and the lights of downtown- the "call of the wild" for singles- were exchanged for the more humble lights of the living room. If both spouses went to school, meetings between classes tied the hectic hours together, but studying at home became largely a process of ignoring each other.
No matter what the residence, ups and downs of college life came and went with little regard for bank account balance or frame of mind. After four years, looking back on it all with a chuckle or two, and maybe a sigh, only pity was left for the incoming freshmen. Yet one wouldn't have missed it for the world.
Opposite page: Typical student refrigerators have little to offer at meal-times.
This page. Top: Mealtimes often reveal Roddy Semour in a compromising position with son Scott.
Center left: Scott finds his co-operation rewarded with chocolate pudding for desert.
Center right: Like father, like son. Scott relaxs on his dad's lap while Roddy catches up on the latest news.
Bottom: Tony and Leigh Duque find studying a process of ignoring each other.
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tional services; medical records science: physical therapy; medical technology; occupational therapy; environmental health: community health education; speech, language and auditory pathology; and rehabilitation counseling- further helped to serve a recognized need in North Carolina.
In the fall of 1972. the first class entered ECU's one-year medical program. Twenty students were admitted, trained, and scrutinized under a program prescribed by joint ECU/UNC-CH faculty direction. Students who had taken the exam at both schools said the diagnosis exam given to first year ECU students was harder than that administered to second year students at Carolina.
ECU med students interviewed indicated that, of the two medical schools, ECU was more clinically- oriented while Carolina was more research-oriented. "There is more patient work here." commented one East Carolina student. "Even with a big hospital and many patients at Chapel Hill, by the time a patient goes through all of the house officers and gets to the second-year student, he refuses to see the student."
Although the medical students at ECU had few comments on the debate over expansion of the med school, they did write letters to North Carolina legislators and talked to influential Greenville citizens. "Most people don't realize what a medical complex would do for the area." explained another student. "In fact, a lot of ECU students don't believe there are med students on campus now. When someone asks me what classification I am, and I say I'm a med student, he asks, 'What year are you?'"
Six hours a day were spent rooted in the one classroom or in one of the three labs. The curriculum prior to Christmas included anatomy, histology, psychiatry, and physiology; pathology, microbiology, immunology, phamacology. neuroscience. and physical diagnosis came after the holidays. Little time was left for relaxing.
Weekends incorporated much-needed study and. frequently, actual experience in Pitt Memorial's Emergency Room. The future doctors were required to attend four autopsies during the year in addition to a three-day period of practical training in offices of local MDs.
Although the need for general practitioners in eastern North Carolina is great, ECU students voiced the same desires tu specialize as those at four-year medical schools. When asked if any would come back to practice in Greenville because they had attended one year of medical school at East Carolina, most answered, "No." Explained one. "A one-year med school isn't the way to do it. Post graduate work, internships and residencies, will make a doctor more inclined to stay in eastern North Carolina. Statistics show that doctors tend to practice within 75 miles of their wives' hometowns. Naturally single young men staying here are going to get snatched up by girls from this area. You will also have more doctors in the east when there are better schools for their children to attend. When eastern North Carolina is a more attractive place in general, there will be more doctors."
Dr. Monroe's prediction on the growth of the East Carolina school was that by 1976-77 a two year program
would accommodate 40 to 50 students.
The basic difference in facilities between a one and two-year medical program is that more space is needed for the additional students. With the development of a four-year school will come the need for clinical facilities- a teaching hospital. The question of using Pitt Memorial as a teaching hospital will be a possibility once the new county center is completed. Pitt Memorial, however, would most likely not lie continued as a 200-bed hospital run by the University because it would duplicate many of the services offered by the new hospital.
Although ECU's School of Medicine is now in its infantile state, it may one day be the medical center of the state. According to Senator Scott, "The basic question has not been whether ECU would get its med school, but rather whether the General Assembly would respond tu the call of the people for more and better medical service and health care."
The staff of the Buccaneer '74 would like to express its thanks to the following individuals for their assistance in providing information for the above article: Dr. Dean H. Hayek; Dr. Robert E. Thurber; Dr. Edwin Monroe; Dr. Evelyn McNeil; William A. Dees. Jr.; and Senator Ralph H. Scott.
Right; Pitt Memorial may be the site of ECU's future teaching hospital.
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the many popular films shown during show. Those involved in the production, however, seldom had time for such relaxation. From the initial audition to the final curtain, the drama department remained a flurry of activity. The glistening lights, elaborate sets, splendid costumes, and dazzling choreography belied the tedious and detailed work that went into producing the end result- spectacle!
As elsewhere, finances were a major concern, and a minimal budget account for a multitude of costs: the printing of tickets, posters, promotlional mailings, and programs; set materials; costumes; make-up; guest actors; operational expenses; general upkeep; and, of course, royalties on the plays themselves. Frequently the royalty on a current play was beyond
the capabilities of the Playhouse budget.
For obvious reasons, therefore, material was conserved as much as possible. After a show's run, sets were carefully dismantled, and the material was recycled for later use. Oddly enough, however, the thousands of costumes stored by the department did not defray expenses as much as one might expect. Careful attention was given to accuracy in detail, and this included an awareness of fashion changes. Costumes used in a play set during England's Victorian period, for instance, could not be used in a play set in England at the turn of the century.
The spectator would likely be unaware also of the pressure time exerted upon those backstage. Five productions a year placed a constant demand upon the student. The technical work of building and painting the sets, hanging and operating the
lights, controlling the sound, and rur ning the show was all done by students, under the direction of Steve Lavino. When they were not in class, drama students had hours of wor waiting for them at the studio theatre or auditorium. Likewise, those involved with the costuming constantly raced with the clock, and many a actor went on stage on opening nigr in a costume completed only second before by Carol Beale or one of the assistants while he stood waiting anxiously in the wings.
The staff of the Buccaneer '74 extends grateful appreciation to Mr. Albert Pertalion, General Manager of the ECU Playhouse, for his co-open tion in providing the staff with hot information and pictures incorporated in this article. Unless otherwise noted, all photos are courtesy of M Pertalion.
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the year. Responsible as well for selecting the movies for the international films series, the Committee again offered a number of notable film ventures including Fellini Satyricon, Blow Up, and The Misfits.
In days when a quarter seldom bought much in the way of entertainment, the Union coffeehouse series provided just that - an evening of good music, good company, and refreshments, all for two bits. Once only an occasional event, the Coffeehouse Committee labored to make the series a frequent campus happening. Local talent usually headlined the Canticle, but often professional talent played under the spotlights in Room 201. Amateurs found their musical skills welcome at the Canticle as well, for an hour was provided after each program featuring local talent for auditions. With the coming of warm weather, the Canticle moved its lights, speakers, Pepsis, and pretzels outside to the Union patio to take full advantage of
the lush spring evenings.
In addition to the eight established committees, three new committees were planned for the 1974-75 year. Favorable response to the experi- mental video tape programs played in the Union lounge spurred plans to make this another regular Union feature. The new Video Tapes Committee will be responsible for presenting a wide variety of programs- concerts, sports, educational features, and nostalgia items. The Travel Committee is not slated for full operation until the 1975-76 school year, but one person will be working to outline the program during Hobgood's term. The purpose of the Committee is to investigate travel tours for ECU students during vacation periods. Possibilities for chartered tour sites include Bermuda, the Bahamas, and Mexico City. Finally, a new Art Exhibits Committee will supervise sidewalk shows, faculty shows, and sidewalk coloring contests (an apparent resurrection of the famed Chalk-ins).
The new student union building aroused much interest as the structure took shape. Named in honor of the late Cynthia A. Mendenhall, a person in- strumental in helping to establish the Union in 1954 and who serve ably as
its admnistrator until her death in 1972, the center boasts many outstanc ing features. An eight-lane bowlir alley, a billiards room, three tabl tennis rooms, television and vide tape rooms, a hobby crafts area, and permanent coffeehouse comprise th ground floor. On the main floor are located the information desk, central ticket office, and student bank; an 800 seat theatre; a multi-purpose rooi seating 200; a kitchen and small dining room; a snack bar; and the main lounge area. Union and SGA office a music listening room, and two reading rooms occupy the top floor.
The Student Union enjoyed succes during 1973-74, and as it entered its third year as chief source of studer programming and its first year in th new social center, the continued rea ization of the primary Union go; seemed assured- making people happy.
The staff of the Buccaneer '74 would like to extend its appreciation t Associate Dean of Students Affair Rudolph Alexander, Student Unio President Gibert Kennedy, and Sti dent Union President-elect Wade Hobgood.
FREE with three quarters' tuition
Volume I Number 1
Chancellor Leo W. Jenkins
"Ham of the Year"
Attention high school graduates!
Thinking about college?
Consider the advantages of EZU:
Stimulating lectures by more than 600 faculty members 53 disciplines will open your eyes to the world around you (especially during 8:00 A M classes I
- Equal to many of the finest high school collections in the nation, Joyner Library has many outstanding features
- located at the center of campus, the library is within 15 minutes of all the popular drinking establishments,
- open stacks let you select for yourself the books you need from the half dozen that are not already checked out,
- a new addition scheduled for completion by fall of 1974 will provide even more space for empty book shelves
- With a staff of highly-trained physicians, the campus infirmary is ready to handle any emergency arising between 8:00-4:30 on weekdays Regardless of the symptoms, a cold, flu, or mono is quickly diagnosed and the suitable medicine- tylenol- prescribed
- Starched underwear and mismatching socks are the specialties of the campus laundry, another fine service automatically paid for in your tuition
- Serving cold, bland food at steakhouse prices, two cafeterias are conviently located on campus to satisfy your appetite As there are seldom any customers, there is seldom any waiting
- Modern residence halls make living at EZU a delight Visitation privileges, self-limiting hours for women, and a co ed dormitory are ample evidence that EZU leads the way in meeting the desires of students. Truly the dormitories offer unique living experiences- just ask the freshmen and sophomores required to live in them
- Like the Doobie Brothers? John Denver? The Moody Blues? There are only a few of the popular recording artists who have not appeared at EZU within the past year
- All these advantages at low tuition prices that any millionaire can afford make EZU an outstanding choice
SEX: Male Female Hippie AGE: Date of Birth:
High Schools Attended
High School Activities
Grade Average: SAT Score: Average Family Income:
Does your father support the Pirates Club? Yes No Will He? Yes No
Will you vote for Chancellor Jenkins should he run for Governor? Yes No
Table of Contents
Statement of Intent 275
Dubious Awards for 1974 276
EZU: A Heavenly Place (fiction) 278
Trivia Quiz 279
New General College Courses 282
A Sop's Fable 286
plus an unusual assortment of photos, puzzles, games, and a BONUS . . .
A FREE Keep on STREAKING POSTER
STATEMENT of INTENT
EZU MUCK-IN-EAR is intended solely as a good-natured, tongue-in-cheek presentation of some of the laughable (in retrospect, at least) occurrences associated with life at East Carolina University.
The staff of the EZU MUCK-IN-EAR intends no malice toward any of the individuals, organizations, or institutions featured in the magazine; none should be inferred. Rather, inclusion in this magazine should be regarded as an honor; those featured herein have some claim to fame for which they are being recognized in a unique way.
Again emphasizing that honest fun is its only intent, the staff proudly presents the first (and presumably the only) edition of EZU MUCK-IN-EAR.
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The "Sound of Silence" Award to the campus chimes
The "Best Concert of the Year" Award to the Hanneford Circus (runner-up: Doobie Brothers)
The "Creative Photography" Award to the BUCCANEER '74 class portrait photographer
The "Graffitti" Award to the Men's Room 3rd Floor Austin
The "Damn Ram" Award to the UNC-CH Tarheels
The "Somewhere over the Rainbow" Award to supporters of a four-year medical school at EZU
The "Loser's Bowl" Trophy to the University of Richmond football team
The "???" to Coach Sonny Randle
The "Orange you sorry you didn't invite us?" Award to the Tangerine Bowl Committee
The "Token Woman" Award to Policewoman Judith Blake
The "Paper Tiger" Award to Dean James Tucker for his letter in the Fountainhead warning streakers of the penalties for indecent exposure.
The "Campus Canine" Award to "Dog"
The "Paragon of Printing" Award to the 1973 BUCCANEER (thanks, '73 staff, for making the '74 BUC look so good!)
The "Bebe Rebozo" Award to SGA Treasurer Mike Ertis
The "Better Luck Next Year" Award to the EZU Tennis Team
The "Figment of the Imagination" Award to Fountainhead editor Pat Crawford
The "Blue Meanine" Award to Policeman Bill Barnes (Chief Security Officer Joseph Calder said Barnes' tickets were "measured by the pound")
Special Award to "Bluelight Billie"
EZU: A Heavenly Place
When I dided, I was positive I'd get into Heaven with no trouble. I was brought up on the Bible and always tried to live it. The last thing I remember about life on earth was my family gathered around my deathbed.
When I opened by eyes again, I saw a line heading all the way around the Milky way. I hurried into the line. After a thousand years I reached the Pearly Gates. Saint Peter was there checking people in. The trick was to say your last name first, first name second, then your middle initial. I practiced it once: "Togan, Zaliver A!" "A" stands for angel.
"Togan, Zaliver A,!" I yelled proudly
"Heaven certification number?" They had me there. "Come on, Togan, what's your Heaven certification number?" I didn't have one.
"O.K. wise guy. Go to Mercury and talk to the people in booth K. You can't get in here without a certification number."
Mercury is not such a bad planet if you wear sun glasses, but the folks at booth K weren't too happy to see me.
"Sorry," they said, "but you can't get your certification number without your Permit to Sing Hymns signed by the choir director. You'll find her out on Pluto."
I didn't know how cold Pluto was. My frustration was calmed for a moment by the choir. But not for long.
"Permit me to sing Hymns? Sorry, but you have to take your harp 65 pretest first."
"Where?" I asked frantically.
Jupiter is a very heavy planet. I dragged my body over to the harp lab, but no dice.
"Sorry," he said, "you gotta get the most basic thing."
"What's that?" I choked.
"Your receipt of death."
"Why?" I asked dumbfounded
"To prove that you're really dead."
"And where can I get this receipt?"
"Just down that chute," he saind, pointing.
I slid down and down and down unti lI landed in a neat, air-conditioned office. Behind the desk sat a red man with horns and a tail. Pitchfork in the corner.
"Yes?" he said. "May I help you?"
"Death receipt," I gasped.
"Of course," he said, "Name?"
"Togan, Zalvier A."
He fumbled with the cards. "Here you are," he said. "Congratulations.'
"Is that all?" I asked.
"Oh, one other thing," he said. "Leave your soul in the box by the door when you leave."
"EZU: A Heavenly Place" was circulated on campus in mimeograph form bearing only the initials J.R.V. The Staff of the EZU MUCK-In-EAR trusts taht the anonymous satirist appreciates having his work published.
1) What campus landmark stands next to Memorial Gymnasium? What organization presented it to the school, in what year was it erected, and to whom is it dedicated?
2) Name the people presently holding the following administrative positions:
(a) Dean of Student Affairs
(b) Associate Dean of Student Affairs for Student Activities
(c) Associate Dean of Student Affairs for Women
(d) Associate Dean of Student Affairs for Men
(e) Assistant Dean of Women
(f) Assistant Dean of Men
3) Dr. Jenkins regarded this as "the greatest thing ever to happen to ECU!" To what was he reft
4) What is the oldest huilding on campus?
5) (a) What is the proper name of the arhoretum located behind Graham and Rawl Buildings? (b) What is the name of the outdoor theatre located behind Fletcher Dormitory?
6) What did the initials ECTTS represent?
7) In what year did the school become (a) ECTC? (b) ECC? (c) ECU?
8) Give the proper names for the following:
(a) Education-Psychology Building
(b) Social Science Building
(c) Memorial Gymnasium
(d) Music Building
(e) Administration Building (in which Chancellor Jenkins' office is located)
9) According to popular legend, how did a pirate come to be selected as the school mascot?
10) In what year was the school established?
Answers for the Trivia Quiz appear on page 285. For questions with more than one part, take one point credit for each part correctly answered. Score yourself as follows:
Perfect Score: Congratulations! You have just succeeded Jenkins as Chancellor.
20-24: Obviously, you have been around. You are either a music major or a senior who has changed majors three times.
15-19: Good. Consider yourself a trivia major.
10-14: Average. Give yourself a 'C'
5-9: Poor. You are hereby placed on academic probation.
0-4: Go home!
RECOMMENDATIONS for GENERAL COLLEGE
The following courses, recommendations for the improvement of the EZU General College program, are intended to better meet the needs of the typical student
Fall, Winter, Spring TTh 11:00-12:30
Curriculum: Coursework is designed to help the student know when to cut, how to cut, and whom to cut. Initial work involves a careful planning of all anticipated cuts, i. e. 8:00 classes on all days, 9:00 and 10:00 classes on Mondays, all classes on Fridays, and all classes two days before and after vacation periods. Several lessons are devoted to learning the basic procedures to follow when cutting and to guarding against treacherous pitfalls (such as meeting the professor in the hall two minutes before you cut his class). Considerable attention is also given to discussing acceptable, high- percentage excuses that will allow the student to cut at will. The proper bearing, facial expression, and tone of voice to be used when delivering the excuse will also be discussed.
Grade Determinants: A comprehensive examination will be administered during the regular examination period. Only
students with perfect attendance records will receive passing grades.
Waiting in Line 101
(may be taken as a P. E. elective)
Fall, Winter, Spring
Curriculum: Emphasis in this course is on preparing the student for the numerous occasions during his college career when circumstances demand that he wait in line, i. e. at registration, drop-add, Student Supply Stores cash registers, student union programs, sports events, and graduation. The class meets on the steps outside Memorial Gymnasium once a week for a three-hour session. There are no lectures, no textbooks, and no outside assignments. Class members simply stand and wait . . . and wait . . . and wait . . .
Grade Determinants: Passing grades are assigned to any student who can stand up for three straight hours once a week for three months. Higher grades are given to those with better than average postures or attitudes.
Curriculum: Scheduled at an early hour to induce the proper spirit, the course is an introduction to the finer points of sleeping. Dull, lifeless lectures by experienced bores and guest sleeper speakers (usually department chairmen -the "Peter Principle" at work again!) will allow the student to drift into a relaxing, restful slumber which will keep him engrossed until the bell rings or the pencil slips from his hand and crashes to the floor. Variants such as dozing, day- dreaming, and "catching forty winks" will be discussed as time allows.
Grade Determinants: Successful application of the techniques discussed in class will assure a passing grade. Higher grades will be earned by students who refrain from snoring.
Fall, Winter, Spring, 1st and 2nd Session SS M-F4:00
Curriculum: Informal class meetings will be held at popular bars according to when Happv Hours are scheduled. Topics such as "Is a Pitcher of Beer Really More Economical than Beer by the Glass"and "How To Survive a Night of Drinking on an Empty Stomach" will be discussed, as well as many others.
Grade Determinants: During the final examination period, class members will play "Pass-out." Game winner will receive an 'A', runner-up a 'B', and so on.
Pre-Marital Sex and Co-Habitation 069
(replaces Courtship and Marriage)
Lab W 9:00 P.M. -8:00 A.M.
Pre-requisite: Parental approval
Curriculum: While lectures will at times be given, group discussions will be encouraged. Manv audio-visual aids will be employed, and present plans include showings of Deep Throat and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. * Demonstrations will also be given to supplement lectures.
Grade Determinants: Course grade will be determined by an evaluation of the student's performance in lab. An oral ex- amination will also be administered during the last regular class meeting.
*There will be a $5.00 film charge required of each student.
Fall. Winter, Spring
Pre-requisite: Public Speaking
Curriculum: Adopting the philosophy that the mark of a man's education is in how well he expresses himself the aim of this course is to see that the student is never left speechless. From mild oaths to scathing obscenities the course ex- amines expletives and the.r proper (and improper) usage. There is no textbook for the course as most of the language is not tit for print. The origins of words, proper spelling, usage, and corruptions will be studied.
Grade Determinants: Final examination includes filling in the blanks in the transcripts of President Nixon's tapes Vocabulary tests also contribute to determining the final grade. Originality is encouraged and rewarded.
Courses available on demand:
Dormitory Cooking 099 Grazing on the Grass 160 Excuse-Making 002
Bicycling 118 Cramming 101 Advanced Drinking 199
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(Quiz on page 279)
1) A victory bell stands next to Memorial Gymnasium. It was erected by the Veterans Club in 1953 and is dedicated to ECC men and women who served in the armed forces.
2) (a) James H. Tucker
(b) Rudolph Alexander
(c) Carolyn A. Fulghum
(d) James B. Mallory
(e) Nancy J. Smith
(f) Claiborne C. Rowe
3) ECU'S 31-15 victory over State's football Wolfpack in 1971.
4) Jarvis Dormitory is the oldest building on campus; ground was broken by ex- Governor Thomas Jarvis July 2, 1908.
5) (a) Davis Arboretum
(b) Sylvan Theatre
6) ECTTYS stood for East Carolina Teachers Training School.
7) The school became ECTC in 1920; ECC in 1950; and ECU in 1968.
8) (a) Speight-Brantley
9) A pirate was chosen as the school mascot because, according to legend, many pirates, including the infamous Blackbeard, sailed up the Tar River to safe harbor at Greenville.
10) ECTTS was established by an Act of the North Carolina General Assembly March 8. 1907.
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A SOPS FABLE
... a strange and terrible thing happened - the dread plague study-i-tis struck! The disease spread slowly one Monday morn- ing when students felt a mysterious drowsiness come over them as they sat in on their 8:00 A.M. classes. Many were unable to stay awake and so slipped into deep slumber wherever they could find
By Tuesday, the symptoms became far more obvious and far more frightening! The writing was on the wall - study-i-tis caused the skin of one's writing hand to break out in a black fungus.
As the day passed, more dreadful things began to happen. Some students grew a second head so that there would be more room in which to store all of the knowledge that study-i-tis forced upon them.
When on Wednesday morning the campus infirmary diagnosed the disease as either the flu or pregnancy, de- pending upon sex, the students took things into their own hands. A few attempted transcendental meditation, but thev discovered no relief.
More engaged in the practice of bleeding, hoping that study-i-tis was caused by tired blood, but they too failed.
Desperate, students engaged in sacrificial ceremonies, offering up their own bodies to the humilities and sacrifices of writing papers, taking exams, and studying through the dark hours of the night. Such efforts temporarily abated the disease, but it was no cure.
They took up drinking...
...and experimenting with pleasures they had not yet known
Once upon a time there was a small teacher's college isolated from the civilized world by ninety miles of bad road. Ridiculed by those who attended the "big brother" schools to the West, the students at this humble institution studied diligently, ever trying to gain their just recognition, until one day . . .
Others, strong in body but weak in mind, reverted to the animalistic way of life of their ancestral cavemen. These unfortunates were committed lo Dorthea Dix hospital.
Other unfortunates struck with the diseas underwent strange contortions and died.
On Thursday morning the students surrendered all hope for recovery. Those that could stand the agony of the disease struggled to survive; the weaker ones, overcome by the plague, passed on to that great classroom in the sky. A few, unable to withstand the pain and suf- fering, did not wait for the plague lo claim them, but rather chose lo end their lives by their own hands.
Thursday evening a strangely garbed man told the students that if Ihey truly sought to be cured they should "Eat, drink, and be merry." At first the idea seemed blasphemous; but as no other means of salvation presented itself, students began closing their textbooks, boy- cotting the library, and shunning their professors.
Instead of studying hard, as had always been their wont, the students began simply lo hang around, shooling Ihe bull with others.
And so it came to pass that on Friday, the campus was deserted as the students went to downtown beer joints. By four o'clock the disease study-i-tis was on longer discerned in any student. Therefore, the hour was designated as "Happy Hour," and to this very day it is still prclaimed and worshipped by those who survived the terrible plague as the holiest of ceremonies. That evening the strange man who had shown them the cure was hailed by the students.
Amid cheers of "J.C., Superstar!" students knelt in his honor. His popularity was great and has since been equalled only by that of President Nixon, Chancellor Jenkins, and Elmer Fudd.
And that is Ihe true story of how EZU hecame known throughout the world as "Party School."
That's all, Folk!
SENIOR SUMMARIES/ DIRECTORY
ABENE, STEPHEN C., Parks, Recreation, Conservation. BSP; AFROTC; Arnold Air Society. Information Officers; FOUNTAINHEAD; Honor Roll; Parks and Recrealion Club; University Union.
ABERNETHY, KENNETH E., Industrial and Technical Educalion/Math; BA; Marching Pirales; Percussion Ensemble; Varsily Band.
ABRAMS, MARTHA L., Social Work; BSP; Child Welfare; Honor Roll.
ADAMS, DARRELL H., General Business BSBA; Honor Roll; Phi Beta Lambda; Society for Advancement of Management.
AINSWORTH, DEBORAH J., Environmental Health, BSP; Alpha Xi Delia, President, vice President; Honor Roll; University Union, Popular Entertainment Secretary.
ALLEN, IRVIN M., Geology, BS; Drill Team; Geology Club; Judo Club; Pi Lambda Phi; WECU-TV
ALLEN, LLOYD W., Business Education, BSBE; Dean's List Honor Roll
ALLEN, MAXTER E. JR., Industrial Arts, BS; Industry and Technical Education Club, Treasurer
ALLEN, TRUDY, Commercial Arts, BFA; Interior Design; Delta Phi Delta; Design Associates; Honor Roll; National Assoc. of Inerior Designers.
ANDREWS, RUTH E., Economics, BSBA; Beta Gamma Sigma; Dean's List; Phi Beta Lambda; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Omega Pi; Society for Advancement of Management.
ANDERSON, CAROL L., Office Administration, BSBE; Honor Roll
ANDERSON, JONELL, Music Education, BME; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Student Music Education Assoc.; PI Kappa Lambda; Sigma Alpha Iota, Editor, Pianist; Women's Clee Club; University Chorale
ANNARINO, WILL R., Law Enforcement, BSP; Honor Roll; Intramural Basketball, Softball.
APPLE, ROBERT. Environmental Health, BSP; AFROTC; Honor Roll
ARCHER, PAMELA F., Early Childhood, BS; Assoc. for Childhood Education; Dean's List; Dormitory Officer, Hall Representative; Honor Roll; Kappa Delta Pi.
ARMSTRONG, ANNETTE, Housing, BSP; Sociology; Delia Zeta, Recording Secretary, Activities Chairman, Panhellenic Representative; Dormitory Officer, Publicity; Panhellenic Council, Rush Chairman, Executive Board; Sigma Phi Epsilon, President; Outtanding Junior of Delta Zeta.
ARMSTRONG, CONNIE L., Health and Physical Education, BS; Honor Roll; Phi Epsilon Mu; Physical Educations Majors Club; Women's Recreation Assoc., President, Representative
ASKEW, LONNIE L., JR., Policital Science, BA; Geography; College Republican Club, Exectuive Committee; Intramurals; Kappa Alpha, Athletic Director.
ASKEW, MILTON H., III, Parks and Recreation, BSP; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman.
BAILEY ARCHIE L., College Rebpulican Club; Intramural Football; Phi Kappa Tau
BARILEY, MERRIMON S., Business Administration, B.S., Real Estate; Honor Roll; Tau Kappa Epsilon, IFC Represetnative, Co-Greek Representative, Fund Raising Chairman, Scholarship Chairman, Social Committee Co-Chariman, Sergeat-at-Arms, Treasurer, President.
BALLENTINE, JEANNIE, Sociology, BA. Philosophy; Alpha Kappa Delta; Dean's List; FOUNTAINHEAD Circulation Staff; Honor Roll; Modern Dance Club; Phi Sigma Tau; Philosophy Club; Poetry Forum; Student Government Assoc. Legislature, Judiciary Committee Co-Chairman; Consumer Protection Committee-Chairman; WECU Radio, News Staff, Public Relations.
BARBEE, WILLIAM C., JR., Accounting BSBA.
BARDILL, HAROLD W., Psychology, BA; Math; Deans List; Honor Roll; Phi Kappa Phi; Psi Chi
BARNUM, HOWARD, Ceramics, BS; Honor Roll.
BARNES, ANITA P., Business Education, BSBE; Delta Zeta
BARRICK, DENNIS M., Correctional Service, BSP; Alpha Phi Omega, President, Vice President; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intra-murals; Lacrosse Team; Student Government Assoc., Public Defender.
BARRINGTON, SYLVIA, Early Childhood Education, BS; Dean's List; Honor List; League of Scholars; Student National Educational Assoc.
BASHFORD, NANCY J., Elementary Education, BS, Art/Math; Alpha Delta Pi, Jr. Panhellenic Delegate; Sr. Panhellenic Delegate; Recording Secretary; BUCCANEER; Dormitory Officer, Hall Pfoctor; Honor Roll; Intramural Basketball; Panhellenic Council, vice president; Student National Educational Assoc.; Career Education Committee.
BASKERVILL, ROBERT D., JR., English BA, Geography; Honor Roll; Intramural Softball.
BASS, BRENDA A., Social Welfare, BSP, Child Welfare; National Assoc., of Social Workers.
BASS, JOAN E, Business Education, BSBE; Chi Omega; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Panhellenic Council Treasurer; Pi Omega Pi, Vice President.
BASS, JUDY B., Medical Record Science BSP; All A's; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Lambda Chi Alpha; Marshal; American Medical Record Assoc.
BATTLE, NAN L., Psychology BS; College Democrats Club; Deans List; Honor Roll; Psi Chi.
BEAM, DAVID B., Political Science, BA, Geography; Sigma Phi Epsilon.
BEAN, CARRIE, Music BME; Concert Band; Honor Roll; Marching Pirates; Percussion Ensemble; Sigma Alpha Iota Chaplain, Sergeant at Arms; Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Symphony Orchestra; University Chorale
BEAVER, JANNIFER E., Industrial Education BS; Crew.
BECKNELL, WANDA, Housing and Mangement, BSP, Clothing and Textiles; American Home Economics Assoc.; Honor Roll; Young Home Designers.
BEDDINGFIELD, JENNY C., Library Science, BS, Business; Honor Roll
BELOTE, CHARLOTTE, Scultpure BFA, Printing/Painting; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Sigma Sigma Sigma
BENNETT, DORIS E., Social Work, BSP; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
BENNETT, EDWARD J. German, BA, History; Delta Phi Alpha.
BENNETT, MARCIA G., Early Childhood Education, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll
BENNETT, SHARYN Y., Speech, language and Auditory Pathology, BS; All A's; Alpha Phi, Vice President; BUCCANEER; Honor Roll; HOndern Dance Club; National student Speech and Hearing Assoc.; Phi Chi.
BIDDELL, RUTH C., Early Childhood Education, BS; Honor Roll; Intramural Basketball; Karate Club; NC Education Assoc.
BILLET, STEVEN E., Political Science, BA; European Studies; College Democrats Club; Dean's list; Gymnastic Club; Student Government Assoc.
BISSETTE, LARRY D., Accounting, BSBA; Accounting Society; Beta Gamma Sigma; Dean's List; Honor Roll
BLACKARD, BARRY L., Math, BA; Computer Science; All A's; Assoc. for Computing Machines; Baptist Student Union; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intramural Basketball, Bowling, Horseshoes, Softball, Tennis; Pi Mu Epsilon.
BLACK, ROGER M. Psychology, BA; Intramural Bowling; Varsity Band
BLACKWEDLER, LINDA A., Accounting, BSBA; Accounting Society; All A's; Beta Gamma Sigma; Dean's list; Honor Roll; Omicron Delta Epsilon; Phi Kappa Phi.
BLAND, LEROY, Music Education, BME; Piano; Concert Band; Concert Choir; Dean's List; marching Pirates; Men's Glee Club; NC Music Teachers Assoc.; SMENC Symphonic Wind Ensemble; University Chorale; Varsity Band.
BODENHAMER, WILLIAM H., JR., Political Science, BA; Broadcasting; College Democrats Club; Football team; Men's Residence Council, President, Treaurer; Men's Residence Council Court; Pi Kappa Phi; Presbyterian Center; Student Goverment Assoc., President; Who's Who; Chairman Board of Directors of Student Union; Athletic Council ECU Board of Trustees.
BONAR, WILLIAM R., Correctional Service, BSP.
BONNER, ANGELA S., English, BS; Alpha Xi Delta; Honor Roll; Sigma Tau Delta
BOSWELL, BETSY D.
BOWERS, RON, Parks, Recreation Conservation, BSp; Parks and Recreation Club
BRAME, NANCY D., Ceramics, BFA; Printmaking; Alpha Omicron Pi; Honor Roll; Intramurals.
BRANDON, SHIRLEY, Social Work, BS; Individuals and Groups; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Society of United Liberal Students.
BRANTLEY, BARBARA, Intermediate Education BS; Hnor Roll; Student National Education Assoc.
BRASWELL, THERESA M., Early Childhood Education, BS; Dormitory Officer, Vice President, Treasurer; Honor Roll; National Educational Assoc.
BRETT, SUZETTE, Socia Work, BSP; Child Welfare; Baptist Student Union; Dean's List; Dormiotry Officer; Honor Roll; Intramural Volleyball.
BRITTON, BRUCE B., Geology, BA; ECU Geology Club.
BROOKS, JEFFREY G., Deisgn; Printmaking; Dean's List; Honor Roll
BROWN, CARL, Business BSBA; Veterans Club.
BROWN, NANCY N., Music Education/Music Therapy, BME; Piano; All A's; Chamber Singers; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Sigma Alpha Iota; SNEMC; Student Council for Exceptional Children; University Choral; Women's Glee Club; Music Therapy Club; Outstanding Seniors.
BROWN, RALPH A., Music Education, BME; Baritone; Concert Band; Honor Roll; Jazz Ensemble; Marching Pirates; Pep Band; Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Symphony Orchestra; Varsity Band; University Chorale
BUCK, REBECCA A., Social Work, BSP; Child Welfare; Delta Zeta; Honor Roll.
BUNCH, JANE L. Library Science BS; Alpha Beta Alpha; Alpha Phi, Administrative Assistant; Honor Roll.
BUNCH, MICAEL L., Accounting Society
BURKE, GREG, Correctional Services, BSP; Law Enfrocement Correction; Football Team; Indoor Track; Outdoor Track.
BURKHEAD, MARY, Clothing and Textiles, BS; Housing and Home Management; All A's; American HOme Economics Assoc.; Campus Union Committe; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intramural Basketball; Young Home Designers.
BYRD, MARTHA C., Home Economics Education, BS; All A's; American Home Economics Assoc.; Dean's List; Home Economics; Honor Roll; Phi Upsilon Omicron, Chaplain; Student Advisory Council in Home Ec. Dept.
BYRD, WILLIAM C., III, Psychology, BA; History; All A's; Dormitory Officer, President; Intramural Basketball; Softball; Tennis
BYRUM, BETTY N., Intermediate Education, BS; Dean's List; Delta Tehta Chi; Dormitory Officer, president, Vice President, Secretary; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Girls Volleyball; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Student Government Assoc.; Women's Recreation Assoc.; Women's Residence Council.
CAJIGAL, PETER L., Ceramics, BS; Dormitory Officer; International Relations Club; Men's Residence Council; National Educational Assocation; Spanish Club, Vice President
CALHOUN, WALTER T., Biology, BSP; All A's; Dean's List; Hnor Roll; Phi Kappa Phi.
CAMPBELL, GERALDINE M., Elementary Education, BS; Dean's List; N.C. Education Assoc.
CAMPBELL, SUSAN D., Psychology, BA; Sociology; All A's; Dean's List; Phi Kappa Phi; Psi Chi.
CANADAY, SHARON, Mental Retardation, BS; Honor Roll.
CARNRIGHT, LUCILLE F., Early Childhood Education/Special Education, BS; Assoc. for Childhood Education; Dean's List; Honor Roll; National Education Assoc.
CARROLL, ALLEN, Industrial Arts, BS; College Democrats Club; Honor Roll.
CARSON, DEBRA J., Accounting, BSBA; Accounting Society, President; Beta Gamma Sigma; BUCCANER, Business Manager; Honor Roll; Phi Kapy Phi; Omicron Delta Epsilon, Secretary; Who's Who; Outstanding Senior in Accounting; Oustanding Woman Student in Accounting
CARTER, ARCHIE T., Accounting, BSBA; Accounting Society; Dean's List; Fottball Team; Honor Roll; Intramural Baseball, Basketball; Phi Beta Lambda
CARTWRIGHT, DONNA L., Social Work, BS; Dean's list; Honor Roll.
CASICO, MICHAEL, Correctional Service, BSP; Community; Concert Band; Intramural Basketball; Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer.
CASTELLO, JULIA, Intermediate Education, BS; Dormitory Officer, Secretary; Intramural Volleyball
CAULTON, KEVIN W., Business Finance, BSBA; Dean's List; Dormitory House Council; Honor Roll; Intramural Re.Karate Club; Wrestling Team; Coffee House Committee.
CLAGON, THOMAS L., Business Education, BSBE.
CLAIBORNE, JANET M., Health and Physical Education, BS; All A's; Dean's List; Girls Basketball; Girls Volleyball; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Phi Epsilon Mu; Who's Who; Women's Intercollegiate Basketball; Women's Recreation Assoc.
CLARK, HENRY V., Psychology, BA; Biology/Chemistry; American Chemical Soc.; Chi Beta Phi; Dean's List; Karate Clug; Pre-Med and Pre-Dental Society; Psychology Club; Psi Chi.
CLEMENT, MARY, Home Economics, BS; All A's; American Home Economics Assoc., Treasurer; Dean's list; Home Economics Club; Honor Roll; Intramural Softball; Field Hockey; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Upsilon Omicron.
CLEMORS, MICHAEL G., Social WElfare, BSP; Individuals and Groups; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
COBLE, RAY M., Accounting, BSBA; Lacrosse Team.
COBURN, VERONIA, Pyschology, BA; Sociology; Delta Sigma Theta, Treasurer; Honor Roll; Society of United Liberal Students.
COGGINS, CAROL S., Medical Record Science, BSP; All A's; Baptist Student Union; Dean's List; Dormitory Officer, House Council; Intramural Baskeball; Student Government Legislature.
COLE, GENE, parks, Recreation and Conservation, BSP; AFROTC; Dean's List; Parks and Recreation Club; Veterans Club.
COLLIER, DORA B., Intermediate Education, BS; Dean's List; Kappa Delta Pi; Student National Educational Assoc.; oustanding Women's Student in Intermediate Ed.
COLLINS, JAMES W., Distributive Education, BSBA; Basic Business; Intramurals; Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta lambda; Society for Advancement of Management.
COLQUITT, BARBARA K., Clothing and Textiles, BS; Child Development; Alpha Phi, Vice president; Dean's List.
CONARD, DEBRA, Social Work, BSP; Honor Roll.
CONYERS, V. LEE, JR., Genral Business, BSBA; Beta Gamma Sigma; Honor Roll; Omicron Delta Epsilon; Phi Kappa Phi; Society for Advancement of Management.
COOK, ELIZABETH H., Social Work, BSP; Dean's List; Honor Roll; National Assocation for Social Workers.
COOLEY, JAN E., Commerical Art, BFA; Painting; Delta Phi Delta; Design Associates; Grils Tennis; Honor Roll.
CORRIKER, CYNTHIA S., Commerical Art, BFA; Printmaking/European Studies.
COX, GAIL D.
COX, GUY O., JR., Science Education, BS; AFROTC; Assoc. for Computing Machines; Cheerleader; FOUNTAINHEAD; Honor Roll; Lambda Chi Alpha; Society of Physics Students.
CRAVEN, MICHAEL E., Business Administration, BSBA: Real Estate; Intramural Basketball, Softball
CRAWFORD, HARRY R., Accounting, BSBA
CRAWFORD, PATRICIA A., Political Science, BA; Journalism; Alpha Phi Gamma; Dean's List; FOUNTAINHEAD, Staff WRiger, Assitant News Editor, News Editor, Editor; Honor Roll; Pi Sigma Alpha; WECU Radio, Announcer; Who's Who; Political Science Honors Scholarship; Civil Service Outstanding Woman student in Political Science.
CRAWLEY, MICHAEL E., Business Administration, BSBA
CREECH, TERESA J., Business Education, BSBE; Honor Roll; Phi Beta Lambda, Secretary.
CRIBBS, JERRY S., Voice, BMME; Piano; All A's; Chamber Singers; Marching Pirates; Men's Glee Club; Opera Workshop; University Chorale; Varsity Band; Chairman School of Music Student Forum.
CROMARTIE, MARY B., Ceramics, BFA; Crafts/Design; Ceramics Guild; Film Committee; Circus-Nimbus Observers Unlimited.
CRONIN, JAMES M., Political Science, BA; European Studies; Honor Roll; Pi Sigma Alpha.
CROTTS, DEBORAH B., Commerical Art, BFA; Interior Design; Dean's List; Delta Phi Delta, president; Design Associates, Secretary and Treasurer; Honor Roll; Intramural tennis; Student Government Assocation; University Curriculum Committee; Academic Affairs Committee.
CROVITZ, MATHEW S., Math, BS; Assoc. For Computing Machines; Math Club, Vice President
CURRY, LARRY W.
CUTTS, KAREN B., Home Economics Educaiton, BS; All A's; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi Upsilon Omicron.
CUTTS, VICKI M., Speech, Lanuage, and Auditory Pathology, BS; Chi Omega; Gamma Beta Phi; Honor Roll; Intramurals basektball, volleyball, football; National Student Speech and hearing assoc.; Panhellenic Council.
DAMERON, BEVERLY, Speech Pathology/Audiology, BS; Cheerleaders; Honor Roll; Miss ECU Football; School Spirit Committee; WECU Radio; National student Sepeech and hearing Association.
DAUGHTRY, PATRICIA A., Nursing, BSN; Honor Roll; Presbyterian Center; Student Nurses Assoc., President, Historian; Dean's Advisory Council
DAVENPORT, BELINDA D., Medical Records, BSP; American Medical Record Assoc.
DAVIES, RALPH D., Business Education, BSBE; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi Beta Lambda; Pi Omega Pi.
DAVIS, CAROLYN A., English, BA; Journalism; Alpha Phi Gamma; Dean's List; FOUNTAINHEAD; Gamma Beta Phi; Honor Roll; Simga Tau Delta; Univerity Union, Entertainer.
DAVIS, DEBORAH E., Printmaking, BFA; Design; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
DAVIS, JAMES H., Sociology/Political Science, BA; Alpha Kappa Delta; Dean;s List; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Pi Sigma Alpha; Student Government Assoc., Cabinet; Union Blwoing League; Veterans Club; Who's Who; NC Student Legislature; National Model United Nations; Greeville City Council; Human Relations Council.
DAVIS, MAMIE L., Child Development, BS; Psychology; American Home Economics Assoc.; Delta Sigma Theta; Omum Eta Chi; Drama Club; Cheerleader.
DAVIS, SUSAN B., Design, BFA; Ceramics; Dean's List; Outing Club.
DEAVER, RONDA, Social Work, BSP; Child welfare; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
DEESE, JEANE, Intermediate Education, BS; Social Studies; Dean's List; Honor Roll
DEES, MARY M., Intermediate Education, BS; All A's; Alpha Xi Delta, President; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Kappa Delta Pi; Student National Educational Assoc.
DELAMAR, DENNIS W., Elementary/Intermediate Education, BS; All A's; Dean's list; Honor Roll; N.C. Education Assoc.; Student National Educational Assoc.; Mr. student Teacher.
DEMPSEY, JOANNA H., Medical Record Science, BSP; All A's; Dean's list; Honor Roll; American Medical Record Assoc.; Phi Kappa Phi.
DENNIS, EDNA P., Early childhood, BS; Assoc. For Childhood Education
DENNY, KATHRYN E., Psychology, BA; Sociology; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Psi Chi; Women's Residence Council.
DEWAR, THERESA E., Early Childhood Eduction, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi Kappa Phi; Student National Educational Assoc..
DICKINSON, STERLING T., Accounting, BSBA; Accounting Society; Phi Beta Lambda.
DISHAROON, JANCE, Social Work, BSP
DIXON, EMILY M., Home Economics Education, BS; American Home Economics Assoc.; Home Economics Club.
DODD, DEBRA A., Speech, Language, Auditory Pathology, BS; Cheerleader; Chi Omega, Pledge Trainer; Dean's List; Domritory Officer; Gamma Delta Phi; Honor Roll; Intramural Football, Volleyball, Softball, Basketball; marshal; National Student Speech and Hearing Assoc.; Pi Omega Pi; University Union; Special Events Committee
DOLLAR, KENNTH L., Accounting Society; Men's Glee Club; Society for Advancement of Management
DOWD, JUDY L., Library Science, BS; Honor Roll.
DREW, DOUGLAS D., Physical Therapy, BS; Honor Roll; Physical Therapy Club.
DUBOSE, KATHERINE L., Mathematics, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Pi Mu Epsilon
DUNNING, MELLISSA M., Medical Record Science, BSp; Dean;s List; Domitory Officer; Honor Roll; American Medical Record Assoc.
DUPREE, DEBORAH L., French, BS.
DUTTON, LEWIS E., Accounting Society; Beta Gamma Sigma; Dean's List; Intramural Softball; Phi Beta Lambda, President, National Vice president; Phi Kappa Phi; Society for Advancement of Management
EASON, TROY E., Health and Physical Education, BS; Baseball team; Honor Roll.
EASTWOOD, NORMAN E., Industrial Arts, BS; Epsilon Pi Tau; Honor Roll.
EDMONDS, LEON D. Correctional Services, BSP; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intramural Basketball; Karate club
EDWARDS, BARBARA M., Accounting, BSBA; Beta Gamma Sigma; Dean's list; Honor Roll; Omicron Delta Epsilon; Pi Kappa Phi.
EDWARDS, JAMES L., Correctional Services, BSP; Law Enforcement; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Veterans Club
EDWARDS, MICHAEL D., History/Anthropology, BA; FOUNTAINHEAD, Circulation Manager; Intramurals; Sigma Tau Sigma, Recording Secretary; Student Government Assoc., Legislature, Co-Chairman Rules Committee; Chairman Appropriations Committee, Chairman Judiciary Commitee, Spaker Pro Tempore, Parlimentarian; Best Legislature Award; N.C. Student Legislature.
ENNIST, JEAN, Physical Therapy, BS; Physical Therapy Club.
EURE, DONNA G., Housing and Management, BSP; Child Development/Family Relations; Home Economics Club; Young Home Designers.
EVANS, VICKIE V., Early Childhood Education, BS; Assoc. for Childhood Education; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intramural Volleyball; National Educational Assoc.; N.C. Educational Assoc.; Student National Educational Assoc.
FACE, WILLIAM C., III, Parks, Recreation, and conservation, BSP; Gymnsatic Club; Honor Roll; Indoor Track; Intramural Basketball, football; Outdoor track; Parks and Recreation Club; Track team; University union; Phi Epsilon Kappa.
FAILING, BARBARA A., Medical Records Science, BSP; All a's; dean's List; Honor Roll; American Medical Record Assoc.
FAISON, PAMELA A., Medical Records Administration, BSP; All A's; Dean's List; Honor Roll; American Medical Record Assoc.; Society of United Liberal Students.
FERGUSON, EDWIN G., Political Science, BA; European Studies; Dean's list; Gamma Beta Phi; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Football, Badminton, Basketball; Kappa Sigma; Law Society; Men's Resident Council; Pi Sigma Alpha; Student Government Assoc.; Tennis Team.
FERNANDEZ, RAYMOND, JR.
FINCH, DAVID H., Psychology, BA; Sociology; Honor Roll
FINCH, PATRICIA A., Psychology, BA; Sociology; Honor Roll; Psi Chi
FITZGERALD, LAURA H., English, BS; education; All A's; Dean's list; Honor Roll; Sigma Tau Delta
FITZSIMMONS, DORA, Health and Physical Education, BS; Dean's list; Girls Basketball; Girls Field Hockey; Intramural Softball; Student National Educational Assoc.; Women's Intercollegiate Basketball.
FLEMING, PATRICIA L., English, BS; Honor Roll; Sigma Tau Delta, Secretary.
FLOWERS, RAMONA L., Home economics education, BS; American Home Economics Assoc.; Baptist Student Union; Dean's List
FLOYD, LAWRENCE N., Marketing, BSBA; General Business Administration; Honor Roll; Intramural Basketball; Softball; football; Sigma Phi epsilon; Society for Advancement of Management
FOSTER, JOHN R., Painting, BFA; Commerical Art; Dean's List; Delta Phi Delta; Honor Roll.
FOSTER, MARY M., English, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
FRANKLIN, FLOYD A., Intramural Football, basketball, softball, track
FRYAR, WILLIAM D., JR., Economics, BSBA; Dean's list; Honor Roll; intramurals softball, football, bowling, tennis; men's Glee club; Omicron Delta Epsilon, President; Phi Beta Lambda; Phi Sigma Pi; Society for Advancement of Management; Student Government Assoc.; Veteran's Club.
FULLER, GAIL L., Early Childhood Educaiton, BS.
FUTULL, CINDY, Library Science, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll
FUTULL, JAMES W., Mathematics/Informational Science, BA; Assoc. for Computing Machines.
GARDENER, ORBERT T., JR., INterior Design, BFA; Commerican Art; National Society of Interier Designers
GARRISON, ELLEN, Home Economics/Clothing and textiles, BS; Housing
GERRIOR, DIANE, Music education and Therapy, BME; Alpha Xi Delta; Concert Band; Dean's List; Dormitory Officer, Vice President; Honor Roll; Intramural Softball; Marching Pirates; Sigma Alpha Eta; Symphonic Wind Ensemble
GILLIAM, RICHARD A., Economics, BSBA; Colege Republican Club, President; Dean's List; FOUNTAINHEAD, Business Manager; Honor Roll; N.C. State Legislatur; Phi Beta Lambda, Treasurer; Society for Advancement of Management, President; Student Government Assoc., Appropriations Committee Chairman; Veterans Club
GODWIN, WILLIAM D., III, Real Estate, BSBA; Baseball Team
GOODELL, ROBERT D., Accounting, BSBA; All A's; Beta Gamma Sigma; Dean's List; Honor Roll
GOODING, KAY, Medical Records Sciences, BSP; All A's; Deans List; Honor Roll
GOODMAN, DEBORAH L., Child Development, BS; Psychology; Honor Roll; Student Government Assoc., Legislature; Student Nurses; University Union, Secretary, Special Events Committee
GOULD, WATLER T., JR., Industrial Technology, BSP; Espilon Pi Tau; Honor Roll; Intramural Softball; Naitonal Assoc. of Industry and Technology; Popular Films Comm.
GREGORY, GAIL C., Philosophy/Psychology, BA; FOUNTAINHEAD; Honor Roll; REBEL
GREINER, KAREN L., Intermediate Education, BS; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treasurer
GRIFFEN, CHRISTOPHER G., Business Administration, BSBA; Alpha Phi Gamma; BUCCANEER; Honor Roll; Intramural Golf, Softball, Basketball
GRIFFIN, JAMES W., JR., Business Administration; Dean's list; Intramural Sofball, basketball; Campus Crusade for Christ
GRIFFIN, REGGIE, Social Work, BSP; Dean;s List; Honor Roll; Golf Team; Intramural Football; Student Government Assoc.; Drama Club
GASKINS, MARIE S., Library Science, BS; History
GRIFFIN, ROBERT G., Industrial and Technical Education, BS; Dean;s List; epsilon Pi Tau; Honor Roll; Indstury and Technical Education Club; Intramural Football, baseball; Basketball; National Assoc. of Industry and technology.
GRIMES, ROSE M., Intermediate Education, BS; Honor Roll
GROSE, DONNA J., Piano Pedagogy/Performance, BMP; Chamber Singers; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Marching Pirates Flag Corps; N.C. Music teachers's Assoc.; Opera Workshop, Accompanist; Pi Kappa Lambda; Sigma Alpha Iota, President, Pianist; Unversity Chorale; Who's Who; Women's Glee Club, Accompanist.
GUENTHER, CAROL, Intermediate Education, BS; Language Arts/Science; Dean's list; Honor Roll
GWALTNEY, LYNN, Social Work, BSP, Correction; Dean's List; honor Roll; National Assoc. of Social Workers
HAIGLER, DEBORAH A., Mathematics, BA; Psychology; Honor Roll
HAITHCOTE, NANCY K., Chi Omega
HALL, LENWOOD, JR., Biology, BSP; Biology Club; Honor Roll
HAM, BOBBY G.
HAM, MICHAEL D., Accounting, BSBA.
HANCOCK, JOEL G., History, BA; Political Science; All A's; Dean's List; Delta Phi Alpha; Dormitory Officer, President; Honor Roll; Intramural Basketball, Softball; Phi Alpha Theta; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Sigma Alpha; Who's Who; History Honors Scholarship.
HANCOCK, CLARENCE T., Social Work, Corrections, BSP; Community Correction; Honor Roll; Intramural Softball, Volleyball; Kappa Sigma; Veterans Club.
HANEY, PHYLLIS L., Business Management, BSBA; Honor Roll; Intramural Volleyball; Phi Beta Lambda; Society for Advancement of Management.
HARB, JOHN, Environmental Health, BSP; All A's; Dean's list; Honor Roll; Intramural Football; Basketball, Softball.
HARDEN, LINDA S., Medical Record Science, BSP; All A's; Angel Flight Materials Officer, Administrative Officer; Dean's List; Drill Team; Honor Roll; Lutheran Student Assoc.; American Medical Record Assoc.
HARLAND, SALLY LE, Industrial and Technical Education, BS; All A's; Dean's List; Epsilon Pi Tau, Secretary, President; Honor Roll; Industry and Technical Education Club, Secretary; Intramural Bsketball; Who's Who.
HARPER, LOWELL S., Music Education, BME; All A's; Campus Union Committee, Artist Series; Concert Band; Honor Roll; Jazz Ensemble; Marching Pirate; Pep Band; Percussion Ensemble; Phi Mu Alpha, Historian, Parliamentarian; Symphonic Wind Ensemble; University Chorale; Varsity Band.
HARRELL, KATHRYN M., Library Science, BS; Social Science; Dean's List; Intramural Basketball; Lambda Chi Alpha, President
HARRIS, GERALD L., Political Science/History, BA.
HARRIS, TYLER, Political Science, BA; Urban Planning; student Planning Association, Senior Co-ordinator.
HARTNESS, THOMA S., Geology, BS; All A's; Chi Beta Phi; Geology Club, President; Honor Roll; National Educational Assoc.; N.C. Academy of Science.
HASKETT, KAREN JO, Psychology, BA; All A's; Chi Beta Phi; Dean's List; Gamma Beta Phi; League of Scholars; N.C. Leadership Foundation; Phi Kappa Phi; Psi Chi, President; Publications Board, Vice-Chairman
HAYER, JIMMY Social Work, BSP; Individuals and Groups
HAUBENREISER, JOAN, Physical Therapy, BSP; Dean's List; Girls Basketball; Girls Field Hockey; Girls Volleyball; Honor Roll; Intramural; Judo Club; Physical Therapy; Women's Intercollegiate Basketball; Women's Recreation Assoc., Repre.
HAWKINS, DONNA H., Social Work, BSP; National Assoc. of Social Workers
HEDRICK, FRANCES K., Intermediate Education, BS; Honor Roll; Student National Educational Assoc.
HEIDENREICH, JAN MARIE, Housing and Management, BS; Clothing and Textiles; Alpha Delta Pi; Reigstrar; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Young Home Designers.
HERRING, DEBBIE, Social Work, BSP; Dean's List; Honor Roll
HEMBREE, LAVENA R., Social Work, BS; Child Welfare; Dean's List; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Girls Basketball; Girls Volleyball; Honor Roll; National Assoc. of Social Workers.
HILL, ROBERT M., Business Administration, BSBS; Honor Roll
HIGGINS, JOHN W., Parks, Recreation and Conservation, BSP; Concert Band; Intramural Softball; Jazz Ensemble
HODGE, JOHN ED., Industrial and Technical Education, BS; Dean's List; Hnor Roll; Indstury and Technical Education Club; National Assoc. of Industry and Technology; Veterans Club, Secretary.
HODGES, RITA S., Mathematics, BS; All A's; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Chi Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Psi Chi
HOLDEN, BRENDA F., Physical Therapy, BS; Dean's List; Phi Kappa Phi; Physical Therapy
HOLDER, LASTER B., Accounting, BSBA; Business; Accounting Society; Honor Roll.
HOLLOWELL, THOMAS L., Business Asministration, BSBA; Business Accounting Society; Honor Roll.
HOLMES, RUSSELL N., Biology, BS; All A's; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi Kappa Phi.
HOLTON, DEBORAH A., Early Childhood Education, BS; Assoc. for Childhood Education; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Student National Educational Assoc.
HORTON, ELIZABETH c., Music Theory Composition, BMP; Dean's List; Honor Roll; SMENC; Symphony Orchestra; University Chorale; Women's Glee Club.
HORNE, KATHERINE C., Political Science, BS; Urban Planning; College Democrats Club, president; Dean's List; Hnor Roll; Pi Sigma Alpha; Varisty Band; Debate Team.
HOWARD, GAYLE R., Accounting, BSBA; Accouting Society; All a's; Honor Roll; Omicron Delta Epsilon.
HOWELL, KENNETH W., Sociology, BA; Geography; Pabtist Student Union; College Democrats Club; Men's Glee Club; Publications Board; Student Government Assoc.
HOWELL, RUTH BENNETT, Social Work, BS; Dean';s List; Social Committee of ECU Union.
HOWLAND, CATHERINE M., German, BA; History; All A's; Dean's List; Delta Phi Alpha, President; French Club; Honor Roll; Intramural Basketball; Phi Kappa Phi.
HUDGINS, ROBERT E., Mathematics, AB; Computer Science; Assoc. for Computing Machines, Vice President; Baptist Student Union; Program Chairman, Social Chairman; Gamma Beta Phi; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Math Club, President; Poetry Forum; University Chorale.
HUDSON, KAREN M., Physical Therapy, BS; Dean's List; Phi Kappa Phi; Physical Therapy.
HUGHES, PHYLLIS L., Social Work, BSP; Angel Flight, Commander, Executive Officer, Information Officer; Drill Team; Honor Roll.
HUFFMAN, KATE, Science Education, BS; Biology; Chi Beta Phi; Student National Educational Assoc.
HUNT, TERESA N., Speech, Language and Auditory Pathology, BS; Psychology; All A's; Honor Roll; Phi Kappa Phi.
HUTCHINS, JACQUELINE K., Medical Record Science, BSP; Dean's List; Honor Roll; American Medical Record Assoc.
HUTTNER, KAY, CDFR, BS; Sociology
IRVIN, JIM, Physical Therapy, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Physical Therapy.
IVEY, PEGGY S., Social Work, BSP; Individuals and Groups; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
JACKSON, SARAH F., Social Work, BSP; Individuals and Groups; Honor Roll.
JACOBS, DEBORAH L., Social Work, BSP; Child WElfare; Dormitory Officer, Hall Proctor; Hostess; Honor Roll.
JENKINS, SALLIE A.,
JENKINS, THOMAS L., Correction,s BSP; Community; Honor Roll
JOHNSON, FRANCES S., Early Childhood Ecuation, BS; N.C. Education Assoc.
JOHNSON, RALPH N., Busines Administration, BSBA.
JOHNSON, SANDRA K., Early Childhood Education, BS; Alpha Omicron Pi; Aquanymphs; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Women's Recreation Assoc.
JONES, JANICE M., Institutional Management, BSP; American Home Economics Assoc; Dean's List; Hnor Roll; Home Economics Club; Intramural Softball.
JONES, RICHARD A., Finance, BSBA; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Omicron Delta Epsilon; Society for Advancement of Management, Vice President; Veterans Club.
JONES, THOMAS D., Industrial Technology, BSp; Epsilon Pi Tau; Honor Roll; Industry and Technical Educationl Club; Intramural Softball; National Assoc. of Industrial and Technology, Secretary, Treasurer.
JOYNER, DONALD C., Business Administration, BSBA; General Business; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intramural Basketball; Society for Advancement of Management.
JOYNER, WILLIAM O., Political Science, BA; History; Honor Roll; Intramrual Softball, Football, Referee; Marching Priates.
KARR, DEBRA W., Intermediate Education, BS; Dean's List; Delta Theta Chi; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Honor Roll.
KEICHLIUE, THOMAS D., Environmental Health, BSP; Honor Roll.
KEIGH, ANGELA G., Early Childhood Education, BS; Alpha Xi Delta; Assoc. for Childhood Education.
KELLY, PATRICIA E., Early Childhood Education, BS; Student National Assoc.
KELLY, SHEILA J., Interior Design, BA; Intramural Basketball, Volleyball; National Society of Interior Designers, Secretary; Dormitory Officer, Secretary.
KELLY, THOMAS E., Political Science, AB; History.
KENDRICK, CALVIN L., Business Administration, BSBA; Society for Advancement of Management; Society of United Liberal Students.
KIGHT, RANDY H., Early Childhood Education, BS.
KIMSEY, JAMES R., Political Science, BA; History; College Democrats Club; Concert Band; Honor Roll; Symphony Orchestra.
KING, GARY M., Psychology, AB; Dean's List; East Carolina Debate Union; Honor Roll; Psychology Club; Psi Chi.
KNOX, BENNY, Indstury and Technology Education, BS; Bseball Team; Epsilon Pi Tau, Secretary; Honor Roll; Industry and Technical Education Club; National Assoc. of Indstury and Technology.
KOPP, LESLIE D., Music Performance, BMP; Honor Roll; Sigma Alpha Itoa; Symphinc Wind Ensemble; Symphony Orchestra.
KORNBERGER, KAREN, Painting, BFA; Printmaking; Honor Roll.
KORNEGAY, SUSAN E., Mathematics, BA; Psychology; Dean's List; Dormitory Officer, Secretary; Honor Roll; Marshal; Pi Mu Epsilon; Psi Chi.
KRUPA, CRAIG, Political Science, BA; Sociology; Dean's List; Dormitory Officer; Honor Roll; Pi Sigma Alpha.
LACKS, CLIFTON, F., JR., Psychology, BA; Economics; Gymnastic Club; Honor Roll; Intramural Football.
LAMBETH, SUSAN B., Drama, BFA; Speech; Dean's List; East Carolina Playhouse.
LANDEN, WILLIAM T., JR., Biology, BA; Chi Beta Phi, Vice President; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Pre-med and Pre-dental society, President.
LANGAN, MARY K., Political Science, BA; ROTC; AFROTC, Administrative Officer; Arnold Air Society, Administrative Officer; Honor Roll; Intramurals Basketball, Softball; Pi Sigma Alpha; Who's Who.
LATOUR, RICH, Commerical Art, BA; Painting; Design Associates.
LATSCHAR, MARGARET B., Music Education, Bm; Concert Band; Dean's List; Hnor Roll; Marching Pirates; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Alpha Iota; SMENC; Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Symphony Orchestra; Varsity Band; University Chorale.
LEE, EARL, Mathematics, BA; Computer Science.
LEE, KATRINA, Social Work, BSP: Child Welfare; ECU Christian Fellowship; Inernational Relations Club; Karate Club; Student Council for Exceptional Children.
LEE, LENA M., Psychology, AB; Sociology; Alpha Kappa Alpha; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Karate Club; Psi Chi.
LEE, MICHAEL S., English/Political Science, BA; Dean's List; Inter-varsity Youth Fellowship.
LEHMAN, MARION, Physical Therapy, BS; Dean's List; Hnor Roll; Intramural Bsketball, Softball; Phi Kappy Phi; Physical Therapy.
LEMONS, BETSY A., Interior Design, BA; Delta Phi Delta; Honor Roll; National Assoc. of Interior Designers.
LEONARD, DONALD R., JR., General Business, BSBA; Christian Athletes; Football Team.
LENNON, SALLY C., Home Economics Education, BS; Concert Choir; Dean's list; Honor Roll; Phi Upsilon Omicron; University Chorale.
LEWIS, BARBARA C., Intermediate Education; All A's; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi Kappa Phi.
LEWIS, MYRA G., Health and Physical Education, BS; Aquanymphs; Girls Field Hockey; Phi Epsilon Mu; Physical Educations Majors Club; Women's Recreation Assoc., Publicity Chairman; Owmen's Athletic Trainer.
LILLEY, CYNTHIA J., Accounting, BSBA; Accounting Society; Honor Roll; Society for Advancement of Management.
LLOYD, CHARLES G., Political Science, BA; Sociology; Tennis Team.
LOFTON, JOSEPH K., English, BS; FOUNTAINHEAD; Honor Roll.
LONG, CATHY J., Social Worker, BSP; Angel Flight, Operations Officer; Dean's list; Honor Roll.
LOWRANCE, PATRICIA, Child Development and Family Relations, BS; Housing and Management; Concert Band; Honor Roll; Marching Pirates; Operate Workshop; Pep Band; Student Music Educators Conference; Varsity Band.
LUNDAY, JULIANNA, Home Economics Clothing and Textiles, BSP; Housign and Management; Honor Roll; Kappa Delta; University Union.
MAHONEY, PHIL. Political Science/History, BA; College Democrats Club; Pitt County YOung Democrats Vice President; Inter-Fraternity Council, President, Vice President, attorney-General; Home coming, Steering Committee; Honor Roll; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, Rush Chairman, Chaplain; University Union, Board of Directors.
MACKIE, FRED MARTIN, Business Ed., BSBE; Dean's List; Men's Glee Club; Phi Beta Lambda; Publications Board, Photographer
MANN, TERRELL LEONARD, Political Science/History, BA; Intramurals, Tennis, Basketball, Softball.
MANN, WALTER BURRUS, JR., Political Science/Sociology, BA; Crew; Honor Roll; Model UN; Student Government, Legislator, 1973, Exectuive Cabinet, Transportation Manager.
MARSHALL, RICHARD ALAN, Painting, BS; Lambda Chi Alpha; National Art Educators Club.
MARTIN, LINDA G., Intermediate Ed., BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
MASSEY, ROSE W., Home Economics Education, BS; All A's; American Home Economics Assoc.; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi Upsilon Omicron.
McCORMICK, CORNELIN, Early Childhood Ed., BS; Honor Roll.
McCOWN, ROBERT W., Political Science/History, BA; College Republican Club; Concert Choir; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Baseball; Men's Glee Club, President; Men's Residence Council; Music Educators National Conference; Opera Workshop; Veterans Club; Political Science Club; Tutorial Society; University Chorale.
McCOY, CLEOPHUS, Political Science, BA; Biology.
McDADE, MAUDE E., Parks, Recreation, and Conservation, BSP; Dean's List; Karate Club; Parks and Recreation Club.
McDILDA, KENNTH L., Operations and Systems Analysis, BSBA; Concert Band; Honor Roll; Varsity Band; Phi Beta Lambda; Society for Advancement of Management; Union Bowling League.
McGAUGHEY, PATRICIA A., CDFR/Psychology, BS; American Home Economics Assoc.
McGOWAN, ELLEN L., Business Education, BS; Honor Roll; Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer.
McKEEL, ROBERT W., Social Work--Sociology/Composite, BSP; All A's; Campus Union Committee; College Democrats Club; Dean';s List; Honor Roll; Key, Editor 1974; Model UN; National Assoc. of Social Workers; Wesley Foundation; Who's Who (Nominee); Publications Board, Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary; Spanish Club; student Goverment Assoc., Candidate for SGA Vice President; Student Government Assoc., Executive Councils, Secreatry of Consumer Affairs; University Board, Secretary, Chairman; University Union; ECU Theatre Foundation; N.C. State Student Legislature Delegat, Member of Following State Committees: Membership, Public Relations, Housing; East Carolina University Family Life Council.
McKENAIE, SYLVIA, Correctional Services, BSP; Dormitory Officer, Rep. 2 years; Honor Roll.
McLAWHOAN, RONDA R., Psychology, BA; Sociology; Dean's List.
MCOMBER, GARY B., Environmental Health, SP; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi Kappa Phi.
MEDLIN, JONSIE L., Math, BS; Honor Roll.
NEWBORN, HORACE H., Accounting, BSBA; Accounting Society; Phi Beta Lambda.
METZ, LINDA, Music Ed., BME; Dean's List; Marching Pirates; Women's Glee Club, Treasurer; Sigma Alpha Iota, Editor, First V.P.; Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Symphony Orchestra; University Chorale.
MIDGETT, DEBORAH M., Home Economics Education, BS; Home Economics Club; Honor Roll; Phi Upsilon Omicron.
MILLER, WILLIAM D., Business Administration, BSBA; Delta Sigma Phi, president, Stg. at Arms, Pedge Maaster, Rush Director; Intramurals, Track, Football; Student Government Assoc., Student Affairs Comm; Intra-Fraternity Council
MILHISER, TOMMY R., Accounting, BSBA; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
MILLS, CRAIG K., Music, BME; Concert Band; Concert Choir; Honor Roll; N.C. Nusic teachers Assoc.; Pep Band; Varsity Band; Woodwind Quintet; Phi Ku Alpha, President; Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Symphony Orchestra; University Chorale.
MINNER, CYNTHIA ELLEN, Psychology, BA; Composite; Honor Roll.
MITCHELL, COLLEEN, Social Work, BSP; Child Welfare.
MOBLEY, ALAN L., Psychology, BA; Sociology; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Psi Chi.
MONDAY, GREGG S., Real Estate, BSBA; Intramurals, Volleyball, Softball; Volleball Club.
MONSON, CHARLES B., Business Administration, BSBA; Marketing; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Inter-Fraternity Counil, Treasurer; Pi Lambda Phi, Treasurer.
MOORE, EDGAR R., Accounting, BSBA; Honor Roll; Veterans Club.
MOORE, KAREN L., Speech, Language, Auditory Pathology, BS; Psychology; Alpha Omicron Pi, Chapter Relations Rush, President; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Marshal; National Student Speech and Hearing Assoc., Treasurer; Panhellenic Council, Rush Chairman; Women's Glee Club; Student Council for Exceptional Children; Outstanding Women on Campus, 1973-74; Greek Hall of Fame, 1973-74.
MOORE, KATIE B., Home Economics Education, BS; American Home Economics Assoc.; Democrats Club; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Modern Dance Club; Phi Upsilon Omicron.
MORGAN, LINDA C., Home Economics Education, BS; Child Development and Family Relations; American Home Economics Assoc.; Honor Roll; Phi Upsilon Omicron.
MORGAN, NANCY, Early Children, BS; Assoc. For Childhood Education; Cheerleaders, Freshman, Varsity Alternate; Chi Omega, Pledge Trainer, President; Class Officer, Sr. Class Vice president; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Homecoming Queen; Intramurals; Student Government Assoc., screening and Appointment Com., Student Affairs Com; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sweetheart; University Union, Special Events Committee, Spirit Committee.
MORRIS, LAURA J., environmental Health, BS; Biology; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
MORROW, WILLIAM H., Psychology, BA; Sociology; Honor Roll; Swimming Team
MORTON, ALBERT F., JR., Real Estate, BSBA; Pi Kappa Phi.
MOZINGO, RANDALL, Social Work, BSP; All A's
MUSE, CARLTON M., Environmental Health, BS; Honor Roll; Intramurals Softball.
MYERS, KATHERINE A., Ceramics, BFA; Painting/Textile Design; Ceramics Guild; Cirrus-Numbus Observers Unlimited, Honorary Member; University Union, Films Committee, Chairman.
NALL, JUDY M., Intermediate Education, BS; Honor Roll; Student National Educational Assoc.
NARROW, JOHN W., Political Science, BA; Accounting; Accounting Society; Honor Roll; Law Society; Pi Sigma Alpha.
NARRON, MARCIA P., Physical Education, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi Epsilon Ku, President.
NAYLOR, CARY L., Political Science, BA; History; Dean's List; East Carolina Debate Union; Honor Roll; Law Society; Pi Sigma Alpha
NEAL, SUSAN W., Parks, Recreation, and Conservation, BSP.
NELSON, JESSE B., Music, BME; Voice; Brass Quintet; Concert Band; Dean's List; East Carolina Playhouse; Honor Roll; Jazz Ensemble; Marching Pirates; Varsity Band; Phi Mu Alpha; Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Symphony Orchestra; University Chorale.
NEWLAND, DALE L., Geology, BS; Den's List; Dormitory Officer, Governor; Geology Club; Honor Roll; Men's Resident Council.
NICHOLS, DEBORAH L., Political Science, BA; Economics; Dormitory Officer, 1 year.
NUNN, HAROLD P., Accounting, BSBA.
NUNN, PAUL L., JR., Accounting, BSBA; Accounting Society.
O'BRIEN, MICHAEEL, Correctional Services, BSP; Research Composite; Alpha Phi Omega; Dean's List; Football Team; Honor Roll; Intramruals; Karate Club; Way Ministry Club.
OWEN, DONALD A., Physical Therapy, BS; Honor Roll; Physical Therapy Club, President
OWENS, DEBORAH J., Business Education, BSBE; Alpha Delta Pi; Honor Roll; Phi Beta Lambda.
OWENS, MARY K., Intermediate Education, BS; Concentraion Math, Science, and Language; Chi Omega, Assistant House Manager; Girls Volleyball; Honor Roll; National Educational Association; N.C. Education Associaton; Panhellenic Council, Activities and Philanthropic Chairman; Women's Glee Club; Student Government Association, Rules Committee; University Union, Spirit Committee Secretary.
OZMENT, TIMOTHY H.
PADGETT, CHARLES E., Indstury and Technology, BS; Business; Epsilon Pi Tau; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Softball; National Assocation of Interior Designers; Veterans Club; Society for Advancement of Management.
PALMER, JOHN R., Communication Art, BFA; Painting and European Studies; Class Officer, Sophomore President; Honor Roll; Student Government Assoc., Exectuive Councils; Ring Committee; ECU Bonn.
PARKER, RUTH G., Intermediate Education, BS; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Softball, Basketball, Tennis; Women's Recreation Assoc.; National Educational Assoc.; N.C. Education Assoc.
PARRISH, PHILLIP, Business Administration, BSBA; Real Estate; Intramurals, Basketball and Softball.
PARRISH, PHYLLIS P., Social Work, BSP; Individual and Group; National Assoc. of Social Workers.
PARROTT, BILLY R., Industrial Arts Education, BS; Dean's List; Epsilon Pi Tau; Honor Roll; National Assoc. of Industry and Technology
PATE, JUNE P., French, BS; Dean's List; French Club, Secretary; Gamma Beta Phi, Historian; Honor Roll; Phi Kappa Phi
PAYNE MARY A., Intermediat eEducation, BS; All A's; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
PAYNE, PATSY L., Intermediate Education, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
PEEBLES, LINDA A., Speech and Laguage Pathology, BS; Psychology; Dean's List; Gymnastic Club; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Football, Basketball, Volleyball; National Student Speech and Hearing Assoc.; Student Council for Exceptional Children.
PEELER, PAMELA J., English, BS; Angel Flight, Controller, Area B-2 Commander; Dormitory Officer, Dorm Hall Proctor, Dorm House Council; Drill team (Angel Flight); Honor Roll; Lutheran Student Assoc., Student Fund Committee; Who's Who, Nominee; Women's Residence Council; Women's Residence Council Executive Offices; WRC-MRC Committee
PEGRAM, BEVERLY A., Home Economics Education, BS; Dean's List; Home Economics Club; Honor Roll; Phi Upsilon Omicron, Corresponding Secretary.
PENCOLA, MICHAEL A., Psychology, BA; Sociology; College Democrats Club; Intramurals
PENFIELD, SANDRA W., English, BA; Journalism; Alpha Phi Gamma; Aquanymps; Alpha Phi, Corresponding Secretary, Assistant Ruch, Outstanding Leadership Award; Dormitory Officer; Panhellenic Council, President; Who's WHo; WHo's WHo in National Fraternities and Sororities; Publications Board; REBEL Managing Editor, Co-Editor, Editor; Stduent Government Assoc.; Outstanding Greek Woman; Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister; Sports Information Hostess; Drug Board; Homecoming Steering Commitee; Oustanding Women On Campus; Artemis Award; Greek Hall of Fame
PERRY, WILLIAM E., Chemistry, BA; All A's; Dean's List; Chi Beta Phi; Honor Roll; Veterans Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Pre-med and Pre-dental Society; Veterans Club
PETERSON, DONNA SU., Intermediate Education, BS; Concentrations: Language, Arts, and Math; Dean's List; Delta Theta Chi; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Honor Roll; Who's Who; Women's Residence Council Ex. Officer, Secretary, rpesident; Student National Educational Assoc.
PHILLIPS, ROBERT D., Correctional Services, BS; Hnor Roll; Intramurals, Basketball
PHILLIPS, ROSE M., Acounting; Honor Roll; Delta Phi Alpha, Secretary-Treasurer
PHIPPS, WILLIAM W., Psychology, BA; Sociology; All A's; Dean's List; Dormitory Officer; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Football, Basketball, Softball; Who's Who; Todd Scholarship Recipient; Phi Sigma Pi, Secretary, President; Psi Chi, Treasurer; Review Board, Chairman; Student Government Assoc., Appropriations Committee; University Board
PIERPOINT, VIRGINIA P., Psychology, BA; Sociology; All A's; Dean's List; Phi Kappa Phi; Psi Chi, Secretary.
PITTMAN, ROBERT M., Industrial and Technical Education, BS; Dean's List; Epsilon Pi Tau, Treasurer; Honor Roll; Industry and Technical Education Club; Phi Sigma Pi.
PITTS, JOHN F.
POPE, MONTE D., Home Economics (CDFR), BS; Psychology; Delta Zeta; Honor Roll.
POWELL, RICHARD W., Music Education, BME; Dean's List; Concert Band; Honor Roll; Jazz Ensemble; N.C. Music Teachers Assoc.; Phi Ku Alpha, Secretary; MENC; Secretary and Chairman of Artist Series Committee; Saxophone Quartet.
PRICE, DEWEY W., Indstury and Technology, BSP; Business Adm.; Concer Band; Delta Sigma Phi; Epsilon Pi Tau; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Marching Pirates; men's Glee Club; National Assoc. of Industry and Technology; Pep Band; Varsity Band.
PRICE, WILLIAM L., Political Science, BA; Geology; All A's; Dean's List; Geology Club; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Football, Basketball; Phi Kappa Ttau; Society of United Liberal Students.
PRIDGES, JOSEPH L., Accounting, BSBA
QUICK, ROY A., Math, BA; Computer Science; Indoor Track, Tri-Captain; Outdoor Track, Tri-Captain; track Team, Tri-Captain
RAMSEY, WANDA M., Social Work, BSP; Corrections; All A's; Dean's List; Honor Roll; National Assoc. of Social Work
REDDING, THOMAS, Math, BS; Computer Science; Assoc. for Computing Machines; Baptist Student Union; Dean's List; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Math Club; Varsity Band; Pi Mu Epsilon.
REHM, THOMAS J., Psychology, BA; European Studies; Honor Roll; Swim Team
RICE, CHRISTOPHER, Accounting, BSBA; All A's; Beta Gamma Sigma; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi Beta Lambda; Phi Kappa Phi; Society for Advancement of Management
RICE, LINDA, Home Economics, Clothing and Textiles, BS; Housing and Management; American Home Economics Assoc.; Dean's List; Honor Roll
RICHARDS, CHARLES T., Music Education, BME; Concert Band; Concert Choir; Honor Roll; Marching Pirates; Pi Mu Epsilon; Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Symphony Orchestra; University Chorale
RICHEY, SARAH F., Medical Records, BSP; All A's; Student Member of American Medical Record Assoc.
RIDDLE, MARVIN E., Indstury and Technology, BS; All A's; Alpha Phi Omega, President, Secretary, Treasurer; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Indstury and Technical Education; National Assoc. of Indstury and technology
RIPPER, EDWARD H.
ROBBINS, LINDA S., Home Economics Education, BS; All A's; American Home Economics Assoc.; Dean's Roll; Home Economics Club; Honor Roll; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Upsilon Omicron.
ROBERSON, BRENDA T., Library Science, BS; Alpha Beta Alpha; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
ROBERSON, WILLIAM W., Business Education, BSBE; Intramurals; Marching Pirates
ROBINSON, CATHY D., Elementary Education, BS; Assoc. for Childhood Education; Chi Omega; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Pi Kappa Phi, Sweetheart, Little Sister
ROBINSON, FRANCES R., Political Science, BA; European Studies; Concert Band; Dean's List; Delta Phi Alpha; League of Schoalrs; marching Pirates; Pep Band; Pi Sigma Alpha
ROGERS, BARBARA G., Art Education, BS; Ceramics; Delta Phi Delta; National Art Education Club.
ROSE, ALICE, Math, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Epsilon
ROSE, LINDA M., Social Work, BSP; Child Welfare; Dean's List; Phi Kappa Phi; Psi Chi.
ROUNTREE, KATHY, Music, BM; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Women's Glee Club; Pi Kappa Lambda; University Chorale
ROUSE, BEVERLY, Music Education, BM; Concert Band; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Marching Priates; N.C. Music Teachers Assoc.; Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer; Symphonic Wind Ensemble; University Chorale.
ROUSE, IRIS H., Library Science, BS; Psychology; Honor Roll.
ROUSE, LINDA A., Business Administratio, BSBA; Marketing; Honor Roll; Karate Club
RUPERT, JOAN A., Social Work, BSP; Catholic Newman Club; Dean's List; Girls Tennis; National Assoc. of Social Workers; newman Club; Women's Varsity Tennis Team
SANDERS, BRENDA L., Library Science, BS; Honor Roll.
SCHOFIELD, SANDRA, Housing/Home Ec., BS; Psychology; Alpha Phi Sorority, Standards Chairman, Social Chairman; Concert Choir; Dean's List; Honor Roll
SCURRY, DONALD H., Accounting, BSBA
SETTLE, WILLIE L., Physical Therapy, BSp; Alpha Kappa Alpha; Physical Therapy Club, Treasurer; Society of United Liberal Students.
SHARP, JUDY D., Intermediate Education, BS; Dean's List; Gamma Beta Phi, Secretary; Honor Roll; Women's Recreation Assoc; Student National Educational Assoc.
SHARP, TONY L. Business, BSBA; Intramurals, Football, Basketball, Softball; Society for Advancemen of Management
SHEARIN, DEBORAH M., Home Economics, CDFR, BSP; Psychology; American Home Economics Assoc.; Honor Roll
SHEARIN, STEVEN A., Industrial Technology, BSP; Indstury and Technical Educational Club; Intramural, Softball; National Assoc. of Industry and Technology, president
SHUBERT, THOMAS W., Political Science, BA; Aerospace Studies; AFROTC Group Commander; All A's; Arnold Air Society; Cadets in Blue, Commander; Dean's List; Dormitory Oiffcer; Dirll Team, Commander; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Who's Who; Pi Sigma Alpha, President
SHULLER, CAROL, Medical records Science, BSP; Student member of American Medical Record Assoc.
SHUMAKER, DONALD, Business Administration, BSBA; Beta Gamma Sigma; Dean's List; Hnor Roll; Phi Beta Lambda; Omicron Delta Epsilon; Society for Advancement of Management
SIMPSON, LINDA D., Drama, BFA; Dance; Campus Union COmmittee; Delta Sigma Theta; East Carolina Playhouse; Gymnastic Club; Women's Glee Club; University Union.
SITTERSON, SUE B., Library Science, BS; Social Studies; Alpha Beta Alpha; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
SINGLETARY, GREGORY H.
SLATON, JOSEPH G., Social Work, BSP; Corrections; Honor Roll; National Assoc. of Social Workers; Student Advisrory Committee, Social Work and Corrections, Treasurer, Vice President; Student Representative, Faculty Evaluation Committee
SMITH, JAMES H., JR., Business Education, BSBE; Dean's List; Pi Omega Pi, President
SMITH, JENNIFER, Social Work; Dean's List; Honor Roll
SMITH, NELDA B., Social Work, BSP; Child Weldfare; All A's; Dean's List; Honor Roll
SMITH, PEGGY, Social Work, BSP; Dean's List; National Assoc. of Social Workers
SMITH, RAYMOND D., General Business, BSBA
SMITH, VIRGINIA L., Art, BS; Dormitory Officer, Treasurer
SOLTYS, MARTHA L., Intermediate Education, BA; Dean's List; Dormitory Officer, President; Honor Roll; National Educational Assoc.; student National Educational Assoc.
SPENCE, NORA, Clothing and Textiles, BS; Housing; Honor Roll
SPRINKLE, KAY, Social Work, BSP; Honor Roll; Dean's List; Homecoming Rep.; National Assoc. of Social Workers
STANFIELD, ROBERT F., Accoutning; Accounting Society; Dean's List; Intramurals, Football, Softball; Veterans Club; Society for Advacement of Management
STALLINGS, JULIE, Business Education, BSBE; Alpha Phi Omega, Sweetheart; Honor Roll; National Business Education Assoc.
STEELE, BARBARA C., Early Childhood Education, BS; Hnor Roll; Student National Educational Assoc.
STEINBACK, JENSINA, Design (Crafts), BFA; Ceramics; Delta Phi Delta; Honor Roll
STEPHENS, DORIS M., Correctional Sevrices, BSP; Psychology; Dean's List; Dormitory Officer; First Christian Church College Fellowship; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Softball; Marching Pirates, Colorguard; Phi Beta Lambda, Corresponding Secrear; Student Union Commiette Officer, Secretary
STINES, JOE R., Library Science, BS; History; All A's; Alpha Beta Alpha; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi
STOCKS, BRENDA B., Art, BFA; Commerical, University Chorale
STOCKS, DEBRA L., Math, BS; All A's; Chi Beta Phi, Treasurer; Dean's List; marching Priates; Pep Band; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Epsilon, Secretary-Treasurer; Psi Chi; Varsity Band; Kappa Delta Pi; National Council of Teachers of Mathematics; N.C. Council of Teachers of Mathematics
STOCKS, DONALD A., Business Administration, BSBA; Honor Roll
STONIE, AMORY D., Social Work, BS; Individual/Group; Dean's List; Fountainhead, Staff Reporter; Honor Roll; National Assoc. of Social Workers
STRAYHORN, LES, Social Work/Correctional Services; Football team; Intramurals, Basketball; Omega Psi Phi; Outdoor Track; Indoor Track; Who's Who; Society of United Liberal Students; Track Team; University Union
STUBBS, HARRY W., IV, Political Science, BA; History; Canterbury Club; Cheerleader; Circle K Club, President; College Democrats Club, Treasurer; Dormitory Officer; Honor Roll; Law Society; Men's Residence Counci; Political Science Club; Student Government Assoc., Judiciary Comm. Char.; N.C. Student Legislature, Delegation Chairman, membership Chairman
STYRON, ANNA G., Social Work, BSP; Individual/Group; Dean's List; Gamma Beta Phi; Honor Roll; National Assoc. of Social Workers; Phi Kappa Phi
SUGGS, ELIZABETH K., Social Wefare, BSP; Child Welfare; Chi Omega; Election's Committee; Senior Committee
SUMMERELL, VERNON G., Accounting, BSBA; Accounting society; Dean's list; Intramurals, Basketball and Softball; veterans Club; Phi Sigma Pi
SUMNER, LESTER B., Accounting, BSBA; Honor Roll; Accounting Society
SUTTON, PATTI, Social Work, BSP; Child Welfare; Honor Roll
SWANN, JEFFREY S.
SWANN, MARGARET S., Medical Record Science, BSP; All A's; Honor Roll; American Medical Record Assoc. Student Member
SWANSON, DEBORAH H., Health and Physical Education, BS; All A's; Dean's List; Girls Field Hockey, manager; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Undergraduate Asst., Women's Recreation, Assoc., President, Outstanding Representative; Phi epsilon Mu, Vice President; Physical Educational majors Club
SYKES, TANYA, Social Work, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll; National Assoc. of Social Workers
TARNER, ROBERT N., Business Administration, BSBA; Intramurals
TAYLOR, HULDA, Elementary Education--Intermediate, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Volleyball; Student National Educational Assoc.
TAYLOR, DEBRA B., Early Childhood Education, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Kappa Delta Pi; Student national Educational Assoc.
TAYLOR, ELIZABETH J., Home Economics Education, Bs; American Home Economics Assoc.; Dean's list; Honor Roll; Phi Upsilon Omicron
TAYLOR, ROLAND E., JR., Music, BME; Concert Band; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Marching Pirates; Men's Glee Club; Pep Band; Percussion Ensemble; Varsity Band; Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Symphony Orchestra; University Chorale
TEDDER, EVERETTE, Business Administration, BSBA; Dean's list; Honor Roll; Omicron Delta Epsilon; Phi Beta Lambda; Society for Advancement of Management
TERRELL, STEVE S., Anthropology, BA; History; Dean's List; Honor Roll; men's Glee Club
TESH, LARRY A., Business Administration, BSBA; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Softball, Basketball
TRASHER, MELISSA M., Music Education, BME; All A's; Chamber Singers; Concert Choir; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Opera Workshop; Women's Glee Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Kappa Lambda; student Goverment Assoc.; SMENC
TILT, KENNETH M., Psychology, BA; Sociology; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Swim Team
TODD, ELIZABETH A., Speech, Language, and Auditory Pathology, BS; Psychology; Alpha Delta Pi, Corresponding Secretary, Chaplain, Vice Press.; Dean's List; Honor Roll; National student Speech and Hearing Assoc.; Student Council for Exceptional Children; Student Government Assoc.
TOMPKINS, STEPHEN G., English, BA; Journalism; Fountainhead, Staff writer; Intramurals, Bsketball, Tennis; Soccer team
TOPERZER, SHELLEY A., Business Administration/Accounting, BSBA
TOWNSEND, GERLAD, Accounting, BSBA; Dean's List; Honor Roll; East carolina Playhouse; Intramurals, Football; Karate Club
TUCKER, CHARLES F., Industrial Arts, BS; Dean's list; Epsilon Pi Tau, Reporter; Honor Roll; Industry and Technical Education Club, President
TUCKER, DALE K., Music, BM; Campus Union Committee, Artist Serioces Com., Secretary, Chairman; Honor Roll; Marching Pirates; Men's Glee Club; Opera Workshop; Pep Band; Varisty Band; Women's Glee Club; Phi Mu Alpha, Parliamentarian; University Choarle; Music Teachers National Assoc., Vice President
TUCKER, MARY E., Early Childhood Education, BS; Assoc. for Childhood Educ.; N.C. Education Assoc.; Student National Educational Assoc.
TUDOR, PAULINE E., French, BS; Dean's list; Delta Pi Alpha; Dormitory Officer; French Club; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Basketball
TWYMAN, JO ANN, Art, BS; Design; National Art Educators Club
TYER, HARVEY R.
VERLINDEN, GREG, Indsturial Technology, BSP; Dean's List; Epsilon Pi Tau; Honor Roll; Veterans Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Sigma Pi; Society for Advancement of Management
VINSON, TRUDY J., Intermediate Education, BS; Dean's List; Honor Roll
WAGNER, JILL M., Inst. Management of Foods, BS; Campus Crusade for Christ; Cheerleaders, Co-Chief; Crew; Honor Roll
WAGNER, RECEBBA M., Early Childhood, BS; Honor Roll; Dean's List; Marshal; Math Club; N.C. Education Assoc.
WALDEN, E.G., Business, BSBA; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Phi Beta Lambda; Society for Advancement of Management, Board of Directors, Committee Chairman; Veterans Club, Vice President, Executive Council
WARD, TERESA A., Health and Physical Education, BS; Dean's list; Girls Basketball; Girls Volleyball; Honor Roll; Intramurals, Women's Assitant; Women's Intercollegiate Basketball; Women's Recreational Assoc.; Phi Epsilon Mu; Physical Education Majors Club; N.C. APHER
WARD, WANDA B., Physical Therapy, BSP; Dean's List; Gamma Beta Phi; Honor Roll; Intramuals; Women's Recreation Assoc.; Phi Kappa Phi; Physical Therapy Club
WATSON, JEWEL K., French, BS; Dean's list; French Club; Honor Roll; Phi Sigma Iota, Secretary-Treasurer
WATERS, DONALD D., Political Science, BA, English; Dean's List; Honor Roll
WAYNICK, MARTHA S., Interior Design, BFA; Design; National Society of Interior Designers
WEBB, LISE I., Early Childhood Education, BS; Dean's list; Dormitory Officer, WRC Court Rep.; Honor Roll; National Educationl Assoc.; N.C. Education Assoc.; Women's Residence Council, Court Secretary
WELLS, ILET B., Library Science, BS; History; Alpha Beta Alpha; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Campus Crusade for Christ
WESTMORELAND, JAMES R., Political Science, BA; Business Administration; All A's; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Senior Class Presdient, Commencement Com.; Hall Advisor; Richardson Leadership Foundation; Honors Program Participant in Political science; N.C. State Government Summer Intership program; Intramurals; Who's Who; Phi Sigma Pi; Pi Sigma Alpha, Secretary-Treasurer; Political Science, student Faculty Advisory Committee; Student Government Assoc. Apprpirations Comm., Judicial Review Comm.; Student Government Assoc., Executive Council
WHEELER, DEBORAH L., Social Work, BSP; Child Welfare; Dean's List; Gamma Sigma Sigma, Chaplain; Honor Roll
WHISNANT, DIANA L., Office Administration, BSBEP; Honor Roll; Kappa Delta
WHITAKER, DI ANNA, Speech, Language, and Auditory Pathology, BS; Alpha Delta Pi, President; National Student Educational Assoc.
WHITE, PEGGY F., Early Childhood Education, BS; Honor Roll; Student National Educational Assoc.
WHITFIELD, CHRISTY C., Medical Record Science, BSP; Dean's List; American Medical Record Assication Member
WHITLEY, DAVID H., General Business, BSBA; Honor Roll; student Government Assoc., Secretary-Treasurer
WINSTEAD, PATRICIA, Music Education, BME; Dean's list; Honor Roll; Collegium Musicum; Opera Workshop; Women's Glee Club; SMECN; Univesity Chorale
WILLIAMS, CHRISTOPHER, Accountin, BSBA; Dean's List; Honor Roll. Intramurals, Wrestling, Basketba;; Union Bowling League.
WILLIAMS, DARRELL E., English, BA; Journalism; Fountainhead, News Editor; Honor Roll; Men's Glee Club; Alpha Phi Gamma, President
WILLIAMS, ETHEL G., Physical Therapy, BSP; Alpha Phi, Recording Sec., Activities Chr., Jr. Panhellenic Historian; Intramurals; Physical Therapy
WILLIAMS, GLORIA E., Library Science, BS; Child Development, Family Relations; Alpha Beta Alpha; Delta Sigma Theta, Recording Secretary; Dormitory Officer, 1st Vice President; Women's Residence Counci; Lenoir Community College (2 yrs.); Student Government Assoc., Sec., Pep Club, Vice President, Treasurer
WILLIAMS, JACQUELINE J., Intermediate Education, BS; Lang. Arts, Soc. Studies; Honor Roll; National Educational Assoc.
WILLIAMS, JAMES M., Distributive Education, BSBE; Honor Roll; N.C. Education Assoc.; WECU Radio; National Assoc. of Distributive Education; Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Educational Assoc.; National Business Education Assoc.
WILILAMS, JUDY K., Home Economics Education, BS; Home Economics Club
WILLIAMS, ROBERT E., Real Estate, BSBA; Honor Roll; Dean's List; Intramruals, Softball; Veterans Club
WILLIAMS, VICKI, Early Childhood Education, BS; Assoc. for Childhood Education; Honor Roll
WILSON, DONALD W., Accounting, BSBA
WILSON, KAY F., English
WINSLOW, JANICE L., All A's; Dean's List; Gamma Beta Phi; Honor Roll; Marshal; Kappa Deta Pi; Student National Educational Assoc.
WOOD, DEBORAH L., Early Childhood Education, BS; Assoc. for Childhood Education; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Intramurals
WOOD, DEBROAH L., Social Work, BSP, Child Welfare; All A's; Dean's List; Honor Roll
WOODARD, ANNE T., Library Science, BS; Home Economics; Alpha Beta Alpha; Dean's List; Honor Roll
WOODARD, CALIVIN S., JR., Business Administration, BSBA; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Society for Advancement of Management
WOODWARD, JEFF, Business Administration, BSBA; Honor Roll; Intramurals; Inter-Fraternity Council Representative; Kappa Sigma, Historian; men's Residence Council
WOOLARD, ALMETA A., Education, BS; Dean's List Phi Kapp Phi
WOOLARD, JANET, Home Economics, BS; American Home Economics Assoc., Secretary; Home Economics Club; Honor Roll; Young Home Designers League; Advisory Council for Dean of Home Economics; Intramurals; Young Home Designers, President, Vice President, Prgoram Chr.
YOPP, EDWARD R., Geology, BS; Geology Club
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