Rebecca Zubik -- Lee College Distinquished List
for 80 tied up 69 LC Students Are On Distinguished List Sixty-nine students enrolled for full course loads were named distinguished scholars for the first summer term at Lee College. Of this number, 24 had perfect perfect grade point averages of 4.0, three had 3.6 and 42 had 3.5. Students with a perfect average average include Jeaninie Adams, Virginia Attaway, Ruth Berotte, Berotte, Carolyn Bivona, Brenda Coyle, Erich Dolgener, Alison Hill, John Hunt, David Hurst, Gwen Kadar, William Leger, Natalie Lewis, Danny Lott, Janice Maxwell. Also, James Mick, Pamela DEAN - - (Continued From Page 1) tion approved, it was explained that he would function much like a college vice president. Ordinarily, a position would be created before someone is named to fil) it. but Dr. Cleveland Cleveland said he had been told by regents to recommend the spot and person at the same time. Dr. Sturgeon was employed as dean' of instruction last summer with the understanding understanding that he would complete his Moravek, Carey Prater, Kim Roesler, David Sanders, Kenneth Kenneth Schenker, Christine Walker, Jeanette Wilkerson, Brenda Wooldridge and Deborah Deborah Zapach. Sally Forrester, Mary Gounder and Durrett Harrop had 3.6 grade point averages. Those with 3.5 averages include Ricky Adams, Teresa Arrendell, Melanie Bowers. Lloyd Brady, Ann Brownfield, Stephen Clark, I^don Coffey, Rosie Durst, Gloria Edwards, Danna Ervvin, Susan Eschenburg. Eschenburg. Also, Fusayo Fukuda, Dana Gandy, Pamela Gay, Laura Griffin, Karen Hamil, Russell Holland, Rebecca Howe, Winifred Winifred Jansen, Cheryl Kail, Warren King, Deborah Lampson, Donna Lang, Robert Lannou, Dale Mansfield, Rosalind Milliken, phacha Cindy Morse, Ounkomol, Sup- Kav Parker, Carol Peterson. Also, Ignacio Ramirez, Raul Rendon, Rebecca Russell, Marjorie Sager, Louise Shaw, James Strang, Teresa Urban, David Keiley Walker, Whalen. John Webb, Mary Wood and Rebecca Zubik.