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Charles H. Dick, President After completing his third of Centenary, Dr. Charles H. Dick continues to be a dedicated and enthusiastic leader in the field of higher education. The 1978-79 academic year proved to be an exciting one in many ways. The enrollment has grown steadily since Dr. Dick arrived on campus on July 1, 1976. The increased enrollment is largely due to the expanded Baccalaurate Degree programs and the demand for new areas of study. The enrollment was one of the largest in the long history of Centenary College. Dormitories were f ull to capacity, along with an ever-growing number of commuting students. Student activities were at an all time high. year as President

A fairly recent innovation brought to the campus by Dr. Dick is the Continuing Education program. This evening division of courses has been expanded greatly since the inception in Sept, 1978. Having completed the second full year with a number of satellite campuses, Dr. Dick is looking forward to the third year with great enthusiasm. ln addition to the regular academic program, the campus hosts many organizations and community functions. The activities on campus have increased largely due to the students activities fee instituted by Dr. Dick and the Board of Trustees. The fee entitles students to attend and participate in all activities sponsored by the college and also entitles the students to receive the Hack yearbook, the informative student newspaper, The Weekly Voice, and other campus publications without additional cost. We hope the college continues to grow in our absence, under Dr. Dick's leadership.


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Hats off to our trustees -= the invisible leaders of the college. They are '14 men and women who have dedicated their time,. energy, and services to Centenary as membeis of the Board of Trustees. Our Board is composed of business leaders and alumnae of the college - all dedicated to the betterment of Centenary.

Mr. Fred f. Brotherton, Vice Chairman Mrs. Shirley W. McCune, Secretary Mr. Arthur D. Van Winkle, Treasurer Board Members

Mrs. Barbara L. Brodeur Mrs. Arden D. Melick Mr. Fred J. Brotherton .Mr, John J. Reese Mr. Harold M. Collier Mr. Howard C. Rovce Mr. Robert S. Curtiss Mr. Arthur D. Vin'Winkle Mrs. Joanne F. Cates Mr. Robert W. Vev Mrs. Shirley W. McCune Mr. David Weber

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Ellen Dalton Associate Professor, Foods

Barbara Edler Associate Dean

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Larry Friedman Asst Professor, English

Dr. Erica Frank Professor, Biology


Michael Fisher Asst. Professor, Communications

Sheila Goeckeler lnstructor, Design

Meg Fleming lnstructor, Equine Studies

facqueline Gilbert lnstructor, Education

Ralph Gillis Director Of Equine Studies


Robert Green Controller

Kay Gillis Director Of Personnel

Director Of Career Counseling


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The Psychology Club consisted of eight members who planned and organized meetings in which guest speakers came on campus and gave lectures on current topics, such as, Child Abuse; Rape Survival; Spouse Abuse; Educational Hypnosis; Myths and Realities of Aging in America; Crib Deaths and Adolescent Suicide. All meetings were free and open to all interested students or people from the Community. The members worked, planned and organized all the meetings well. The meetings were found to be both interesting and informative to the individuals who chose to attend.

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The Education Club is open to all education majors. This club has a once a month meeting. The club had a Child Study Team come in and

went to the convention at Altantic City. At Christmas time all the members got together for a wine and cheese party. Mr. Parsons, the members of the club, and their dates went up to Schooley's Mountain for a spring picnic and a round of house shoes. speak. The club planned and

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Founder's Day The Founders Day program on March 7 marked Centenary's 112th birthday. Diane MacKinnon spoke on educational issues that affect today's women. Founded orginally as a coeducational prepatory school in 1867, Centenary became a single-sex prep school in 1910. lt received junior college status in 1929 and became a bi-level institution

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own students in the entertainment and on the sidelines. The crowd was unusually heavy with spectators. Judges were Gordon Ayers, The Guard, James Pegg, Gerri Smolenski, and Wendy Johnson. Top prize was captured by a high school student from Connecticut for her vocal promise.

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Dad's Day This year the traditional Dad's Day was held on Saturday, April 21st. The dads were given tee shirts to wear in competition. All Dad's competed on the team of his daughter's choice. The father's defeated the daughter's in the softball game. The outdoor competition consisted of a balloon race, a paper bag race, a wheelbarrow race, a tug of war, egg toss and a tricycle race. The indoor activities included the waltz, the hustle, the father-daughter look alike, the baldest father, the hat contest and tee shirt contest, the farthest - distance - traveled contest and Chief Lotsapoppas. All in all the weather was in the sororties favor The Dads and their daughters had the time of their lives just being together to share a day of laughter, sunshine and silly games.

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United For Others United For Others is a club which is dedicated to helping people in the community. The club is sponsoring a foster child from lndia named Mary Roseline Anthony. The U.F.O. girls are very energetic and enthusiastic about contributing to her iare, baking the best brownies available for sale on campus! During Christmastime the group visited a nursing home to share the holiday spirit. Another successfulactivity of U.F.O. was the C. R. O. P. Walk for Hunger. lt was a beautiful fall day to participate with local church and school groups on the ten mile walk, having fun, getting exercise and raising money. A well deserved rest for Janet Hampson and the C. R. O. P. Walk.

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payed musical tribute to,were the sports shop, pet, record, and jewelry shops, wine and cheese shop, and iandy store. The Aquadelphians was coached by Bette Rhoads, a holder of severalstate American Athletic Union (AAU) swimming and diving titles, and a former National Junior High Board Diving Champion.

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Members of the Varsity Swimming team (top) Tracy Toole, Lisa MacDonald, Sally Kerns, Sally Walton, Holly Young, Joanne Wilcox, (bottom) Ann McElvey, Megan Caldwell, Debbie Roeder, Sheila Lock, and Nancy Hartshorne, Coach Bette Rhoads.

Coach Bette Rhoads was working with an all new swim team at Centenary this year. Exi cept for one returning sophomore, the team was made up of all freshmen. The one encouraging sign was the number of students who had gone out for the team. With close to 20 students on the team, the coach felt that the team would be competitive in their nine-meet schedule.

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dividual medley swimmer. Captain of the team, Debbie Roeder, Phillipsburg, is strongest in freestyle, medley, and butterfly events. The students worked very hard, swimming four days a week under Coach Rhoads'direction/ and praciicing on their own on weekends. Scheduled meets for the Centenary team were: Seton Hall, Stockton State, Blair Academy, Sussex, St. Peters, a tri-college meet with Ramapo and Monmouth, Kean College, Jersey City State, and Sussex.


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Karate The evening.Karate skills class was led by young park, an expert who used to teach ihe creen Berets. The class *", op"i to f ull time-students and the community, and was offered through ihe growing Continuing

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Riding ln competition against some of the best college in the country the Centenary College Equestrian team has won the Crand National Championship of the lntercollegiate Horse Show Association for the second year in a row.

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The championship event was held at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tenn., on Sunday, May 6. The Centenary team competed despite the sudden death of their coach, Ralph B. Gillis, who died suddenly of a heart attack the night before at a pre-show reception. Following the death of Cillis, Karen Spratt, an equine instructor who also accompanied the team to Tennessee, made the decision, along with team members, to compete the next day. "Mr. Cillis instilled in the students the spirit and desire to win and that, combined with their love and admiration for him gave them the strength to compete and win on Sunday as was his wish," said Spratt. The Grand NationalChampionship is sponsored by the lntercollegiate Horse Show Association which is comprised of approximately 130 schools throughout 15 states and Canada. For purposes of competition, the association is broken down into six regions. ln order to win the national championship, a riding team must first be declared the regional champ --- a feat the Centenary team accomplished by winning four of the last six of ten intercollegiate competitions against 21 other colleges that comprise Region V. When Centenary won its regional championship April 15 at the University of Maryland, GaithersburE, Md., it was the third year in a row it had captured that regional title.

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based on a total number of points scored in ihe best five shows held during regular regional competition. By sending one rider for each of the six divisions, each regional high-point college of the year competes.for the national title in aleparate competition. The top five placings count, and the

college team with the high score for the day is named national champion-. The team chosen by Cillis to represent Centenary. in the Cartier Cup competition included: Stephanie Siegel, Long. Valley, national champion in division lV, open horsemanship on the' flat competition; Susie Seredy, Edison, national champion in division ll, walk-trot-canter competition; Jennifer Raymond, Connecticut, nationai champ ::':::tilia::. in division lll, novice on the flat competition; Elleh St. John, Essex Fells, third in the walk-trot division; :.t:!:t:.7x;.; ei and Ruth James, Newport, N.H., fourth in novice over fence division. ln addition three of Centenary,s riders competed for national high-point ridei honors. Each region sends their high-point riders of the year competing against each other on the flat and over Twenty-eight points must be won during fgnc.es. the intercollegiate horse


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