64 The History of Wake Forest
from Franklin, Virginia, became Wake Forest’s second consecutive Rhodes Scholar,
following Richard Chapman.
Some of the major student leaders this year were Steve LaMastra, Student Gov-
ernment President; Ronald H. Hart II, Editor-in-Chief of the Old Gold and Black;
Tricia Daisley, President of the Student Union; and Jenny A. Kletzin, Editor-in-Chief
of The Howler.
In intercollegiate scholastic activities,
a team of seniors from the School of Busi-
ness and Accountancy—Billy Hinshaw,
Christy Kokulis, Majorie Buff, and Shannan
Spence—won the national championship
in the Intercollegiate Business Competition.
The team competed against eighteen other
schools in a six-week computerized business-
simulation game, with the final round at
Emory University. Their win solidified Wake
Forest’s record of winning the competition
more times than any other school since the
games started in 1966. Wake Forest teams
won the national championship in 1976,
1980, 1983, and 1987. No other team had
won more than twice.
The Wake Forest Moot Court Team—
Scott Lovejoy, Donna Sisson, and Karen
Williams—also won national honors,
Increased visitation hours were welcome
Chip Rives as Santa Claus with his helpers