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1962 DeSoto 



Fiftieth Anniversary Edition 




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Stand firm, Alma Mater, 
Through all the years to come. 
In days of youth and beauty 
Thy halls have been our home. 
In times of preparation 
Great lessons didst thou teach. 
Till now, Alma Mater, 
The Stars we'll strive to reach. 

Lead on, Alma Mater, 
Thy sons to higher ways, 
Give light and truth unto them 
For all their coming days. 
To thee we'll give all honor. 
Our hopes abide in thee, 
For thou, Alma Mater 
Hast made us ever free. 

—J. W. Blister 



Official Publication of 
MEMPHIS STATE UNIVERSITY 

Memphis, Tennessee 



CONTENTS 




Features 



Campus Life 
Personalities 



22 

26 
53 





ctivities 


76 


Sports 


78 


Music 


113 


Drama 


117 


Publications 


123 




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Organizations 



Greek 

Leadership 

Clubs 

Religious 

Military 



132 

134 
179 
199 
216 
225 






caaemics 


234 


Administration 


236 


Arts and Sciences 


238 


Business Administration 


275 


Education 


293 


General College 


311 


Graduate School 


314 


Administrative Staff 


315 



Index 



316 



Golden Anniversary 

1912 1962 



DEDICATION 



With admiration and gratitude for 

those people of the 
past who dedicated themselves to 

the foundation of a 

great institution, with respect for 

the people of the 

present who are contributing to the 

growth of a great 
university, and with hope for people 

of the future who 
will further the progress of an even 

greater university, 

this Golden Anniversary Edition of 

The DeSoto 

is respectfully dedicated. 



Fifty Golden Years 



1912 




1962 



Soon after the turn of the twentieth century, an old plantation died. Its inevitable fate was to become part of 
the growing city of Memphis, whose grasping boundaries stretched only two miles from its fields. Yet those 
forty-eight acres were destined to become more than a few ordinary city lots, for while they lay waiting in 
the Southern sun for the fatal subdivision, a minor war was being waged in Tennessee. Cities and counties, 
armed with pointed editorials and heavy arguments, were fighting to gain a promised state school. Memphis 
and Shelby County were the victors, and the old plantation became the birth-site of an institution now known 
as Memphis State Universih . 

The first of many names for the school was the West Tennessee State Normal School, "an educational 
institution devoted especially to the preparation of teachers for the state's public schools." The former plan- 
tation land, along with an additional thirty-two acres, was cleared and leveled, plowed and planted, for it was 
to produce not onlv vegetables and pastures for the new school's Department of Agriculture, but a brand new 
crop as well: teachers. 

Buildings were constructed: an administration building, a three-winged, three-story women's dormitory con- 
taining one hundred-ten bedrooms (men were to be housed in the basement rooms of the administration build- 
ing), and a two-storv brick residence for the president. 





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In charge of the construction and the planning, as well as the nomination of the faculty, the issuing of 
bulletins, and the preparation of a curriculum, was the recently appointed president. Professor Seymour Allen 
Mynders. He had been largely responsible for tbe passage of the General Education Bill of 1909 which created 
the school, and his enthusiasm for the project only increased with his appointment. 

On Tuesday. September 10. 1912. the dreams of President Mynders and of countless other staunch support- 
ers of the new institution were realized when West Tennessee State Normal School opened its doors and began 
its first regular term. The faculty totaled seventeen and the student body approximately two hundred. By the 
end of the first year, however, the original enrollment had jumped to nine hundred-nine. 

Those first students at "Ole Normal." as the school was affectionately called, had fulfilled the following- 
requirements: 

1 ) open and free to white males and females not under sixteen years of age and who had finished at 
least the elementary school course prescribed by the public schools of the state. 

2) letter of good moral character from a responsible person. 

3) good health — strong physically and free from chronic defects that would prevent satisfactory work. 



1 ) no tuition charge to residents of Tennessee. Only fee collected is a registration fee of two dollars per 
term. Non-resident students pay twelve dollars per quarter plus the two-dollar fee. 

5) sufficient scholastic requirements from high school or previous college. 





Thev were then ready to pursue either the Academic- 
Course of study or the Normal Course. The Academic 
Course was designed primarily to prepare elementary school 
teachers, while the Normal Course was to prepare teachers 
for the secondary schools of the state. Upon completion of 
the Normal Course, the student received a diploma which 
was a life certificate of qualification to teach in any of 
Tennessee's public schools. 

The curriculum was divided into nine departments: 



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O. 

4. 
5. 
6. 

7. 



8. 



Education 

English I including public reading and speaking) 

History 

Mathematics 

Science 

Languages (Latin, French, German) 

Manual Training 

Agriculture 



9. Training School (now Messick High School) 
Several organizations were quickly formed to offer the 
student extra-curricular activities: four literary societies, 
two for men, and two for women, a YWCA and a YMCA, 
and departmental organizations, such as the Home Eco- 
nomics Club, the Modern Language Club, and the Thalian 
Dramatic Club. 

The first student publication of the new school was The 
Columns, a monthly forerunner of the campus newspaper, 
The Tiger Rag. The name of The Columns, of course, was 





derived from the huge columns of the administration 
building. The name now belongs to the Memphis State 
Alumni newspaper. 

During the first school year, and at the beginning of the 
second, there was practically no library at the school other 
than the personal collections of individual instructors. Plans 
were made to begin a school .library, and by the beginning 
of the third year the school could boast of some four thou- 
sand volumes. "The entire collection was housed in a spa- 
cious and well-lighted room furnished with studying facili- 
ties for the students." 

Just two days after the beginning of the school's second 
year, on September 17, 1913, the faculty and student body, 
were shocked by the death of President Mynders. The devo- 
tion and personal sacrifice with which the first president 
had handled his responsibilities had been costly. 

President Mynders was succeeded by Professor John 
Willard Brister, whose first tenure as head of the school 
lasted until 1918 when he entered in overseas war duty with 
the YMCA. While Professor Brister served with the Army 
Educational Corps in France, Andrew A. Kincannon served 
as president. 

The school which had begun as a preparatory school 
offering four years of secondary work and two years of 
collegiate work, expanded its curriculum in 1919 to include 
a third year of work on the college level. 




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Tobacco is a dirty weed 

I like it: 

It satisfies no normal need. 

I like it. 

It makes you thin, it makes you lean. 
It takes the hair right off your bean; 
It's the worst darn 'stuff I've ever seen; 

I like it! 



The Roaring Twenties 



In addition to this expansion, [here were other 
notable changes between 19] 1 and 1921: enrollment 
jumped to more than a thousand: the number of 
faculty members had risen from seventeen to thirty- 
two; a dining hall capable of seating eight hundred 
had been added to the college plant; Scates Hall. 
a dormitory for men. had been completed in 1923; 
the number of books in the library had risen to 
more than nine thousand: the athletic department 
had been greatly expanded; The DeSoto. had been 
published yearly since 1916; a variety of student 
organizations and societies had sprung up on the 
campus, and in general, the Normal School was 
beginning to assume the stature of a full-fledged 
college. 

The students, too, were beginning to assume the 
timeless characteristics of true collegians. Hours 
not spent with books were enthusiastically filled 
with courting, debating, social work, midnight 
snacks, music, sports, and pranks. They cheered 
lustily for the football team, which in 1916 was 
defeated by the Jonesboro Aggies, Central High 
School, and Memphis University School, but tri- 
umphed over Somerville High School. CBC, THG 
(State Militia) and Brownsville. They were heard 
reciting not only Shakespeare, but such gems as the 
following: 




The twenties rolled in. bringing to the nation Bathtub Gin. Speakeasies, Harding and Graft, and "23 
Skidoos." They brought to the Ole Normal campus many things: the return, in 1924, of President Brister . . . 
a new name. West Tennessee State Teachers College, to accompany the new status it received in 1925 ... an 
enrollment of 1,641 . . . Zack Curlin as basketball and football coach . . . "Flappers" who outnumbered boys 
more than two to one, and invaded what had previously been male organizations . . . "The Charleston" . . . 
a full summer school session of twelve weeks ... a Training School enrollment of five hundred ... an Alma 
Mater written by President Brister and printed in the 1929 DeSoto ... a girls' basketball team, the Tigresses, 
which in 1921 became City Champs, Tri-State Champs, Mississippi Valley Conference Champs, and World 
Free-Throw Champs. 



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Depression Days 



The institution's rapid expansion was halted as 
the nation sank into the depression. During those 
lean years of the thirties, when school administra- 
tors struggled to maintain and operate existing fa- 
cilities, and economy was the watchword, the 
school's title was shortened to State Teachers Col- 
lege. During those years many well-known indi- 
viduals such as Flora Rawls, J. M. Smith, C. C. 
Humphreys, Leo Davis, R. P. Clark, and others, 
joined the staff. The Tiger Rag, a weekly student 
newspaper, was first published, and in athletics, the 
college was a member of the Mississippi Valley 
Conference. In August of 1933, the school Glee 
Club sang at the Chicago World's Fair. 

At the close of the "Depression Decade" the 
college lost the second of its great presidents, when 
John Willard Brister died in his sleep. He had 
occupied the president's chair for twenty years. 
Richard C. Jones succeeded President Brister and 
served in that position until 1943. 

The school, along with the nation, hopefully 
plunged into the '40's, flinging off the gloom of 
the depression years. Even glamour had its place 
at State Teachers, when handsome movie star Dick 
Powell came to the campus and chose six "Vanity 
Fair Queens." 

Along with this new face for the forties, came 
the new name of Memphis State College in 1941. 




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Collegians and the rest of the world were shaken 
into reality hv the invasion of Pearl Harbor and 
World War II. 

Memphis State College shared with her country 
the wounds, the desperation, and the toil of the war 
years. Young men exchanged textbooks for rifles 
and left MSC for Bataan and Corregidor. while 
many of their former classmates worked on con- 
struction jobs as members of the National Youth 
Administration. Students built an industrial arts 
building on campus: combined Social activities 
with USO work and volunteer work at Kennedy 
Hospital: studied special courses that were designed 
to further the war effort. 

In 1943, Dr. Jennings B. Sanders became presi- 
dent of the college. Dr. Sanders was the youngest 
man to hold that position, (he was forty-three at 
the time of his appointment ) and the first man to 
occupy the President's chair holding a Ph.D. degree. 

Prior to his assuming the position, Memphis 
State had lost its academic standing with the South- 
ern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools 
and Dr. Sanders explained that he came to Mem- 



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phis State with two purposes: (1) to get the college 
reinstated as a member of the Southern Associa- 
tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools, and (2) 
to try to get the college designated as a training 
school for officers and men in the armed forces. 
Dr. Sanders succeeded in having the college re- 
instated in just three months. Also, Memphis State 
College was used as a pilot training center. The 
pilots were housed on the third floor of Mvnders 
East, now a girls 1 dormitory. 

In 1944, of seventeen seniors only two were 
males, with less than twenty male students attending 
in all levels. Happily, however, this situation soon 
changed, the war was over, and the boys came 
home. 

The 1945 DeSoto, dedicated to those veterans, 
had the appropriate theme. "Scenes of Home." 
Two pages of this annual gave it a sad distinction, 
a page filled with lists of those missing in action 
and prisoners-of-war: an adjoining black bordered 
page whose list of names carried the heading "In 
Memoriam." Thus the war ended for MSC. 



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Peace was not the only thing that 
returned to the Memphis State campus 
in 1946. Along with it came the man 
who was to lead and guide the college 
to university status. That man was 
Jack Millard Smith, a 1929 graduate 
of West Tennessee State Teachers col- 
lege, who occupied the president's 
chair from 1946 to 1960, with one year 
off while he served the state of Tennes- 
see as Commissioner of Education. 

When "President Jack," as he insist- 
ed students call him, assumed control 
of MSC, enrollment was nearly fifteen 
hundred, and the college plant consist- 
ed of the administration building, 
Mynders Hall, Scates Hall, the John 
Willard Brister library, the Training 
School, the cafeteria, and the gym. 
Due to the war, the college's growth 
had been limited, but under the leader- 
ship of President Smith it soon began 
to expand in all fields. 



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An incident in 1947 put the name of Memphis State on the lips of the entire country. When Miss Barbara 
Walker, a student at MSC, was selected Miss America of 1947, the college received nation-wide publicity. In 
dedicating the 1948 issue to Miss Walker, the editor of The DeSoto said: "Who through her wholesome ideals 
had brought national acclaim to Memphis State because of the outstanding qualities of true womanhood, 
and who side-stepped all stage and screen offers to return to MSC and graduate with her class of '48. Of the 
first Southern girl to acquire this title we are exceedingly proud." 



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Fabulous Fifties 






Memphis State's next step up academically came in 1950. the year in which Lamar 
Newport served as President of the institution during the absence of J. M. Smith, 
when a Graduate Division was added. In just two years, more than six-hundred 
students registered for the program, proving that such a move had been sorely 
needed. The Graduate Division was designed primarily for teachers and school 
administrators, offering a major in education with minors in the humanities, the 
sciences, and business education. In that same year the Student Government Associa- 
tion was formed. 

In 1951 Memphis State began its most difficult climb toward its most notable 
goal: university status. Administrators of both Memphis State and the University of 
Tennessee approved a plan to make Memphis State a branch of the University of 
Tennessee, only to have the plan rejected by the State Legislature. Discouraged but not 
defeated, school officials, students, and interested citizens of Memphis threw them- 
selves even more determinedly into the task of making MSC worthy of the coveted 
title of university. 

That same year saw the introduction of a new mass medium which was to influence 
millions of people, including students of Memphis State. This amazing apparatus was 
the television set. 

The second year of the fifties was a year of sweeping change for the entire nation. 
A popular general of World War II. Dwight D. Eisenhower, led the Republicans into 
the White House for the first time in twenty years, and was promptly dubbed "Ike" 
by impatient headline writers. 

At Memphis State there were a great many changes also. The Administration 
Building received a new wing to house the Music. Education, and Art Departments: 
Hayden Hall opened as the new dormitory for men : the Tiger Den admitted its first 
customers; Governor Browning from Nashville dedicated the new gymnasium; the 
library boasted a two hundred-fifty thousand dollar addition; the first annual Shakes- 
pearian Festival received a huge ovation; the R.O.T.C. was established on campus: 
a Memphis State coed, Miss Jean Harper, was named Miss Tennessee; Greater Mem- 
phis State, an organization to promote the academic and general welfare of the 
college, formed in the city; and a new parking lot was paved to meet the growing 
parking problems as enrollment climbed to more than twenty-five hundred. 

The following year the college was divided into three schools: Arts and Sciences. Business, and Education. 
Courses were added and instructors hired. The Graduate School was also expanded. School administrators 
were working on plans for a shift from the quarter to the semester system, and new policy was put into 
effect in the fall of 1954. The college was taking on the air of a real university. 

As the school expanded its curriculum and physical plant, the school spirit was also on the rise. For 
instance, the Student Government Association had adopted a. new constitution comprised of a system of checks 
and balances similar to the national constitution. The Interfraternity council began sponsoring "Greek 
Week" designed to stimulate better understanding among the many social fraternities on campus. Also, the 
Veterans Club, with the help of the citizens of Memphis, dedicated an eleven thousand-five hundred dollar 
elevator for the use of physically disabled students. Memphis State had become a university in all but name. 

In 1956 the curriculum received an additional boost when journalism was officially divorced from the 
English department and set up as a new department under the direction of Dr. Herbert Lee Williams. A news 
bureau was also created to serve area newspapers by sending them information of out-of-town students at 
Memphis State. 

As '56 slipped into the pages of history, one of the greatest decades at Memphis State ended. It was Presi- 
dent Smith's tenth year as head of the college, and a year in which more and more pressure was applied to 
the state Legislature to grant university status to MSC. 




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During 1957 thousands of postcards flooded the Legislature asking, urging, suggesting, pleading, and de- 
manding that the college be granted the title it deserved. Finally on July 1, 1957, the State Legislature passed 
and Governor Clement signed a bill making it official: Memphis State University! From West Tennessee 
State Normal School, to West Tennessee State Teachers College to State Teachers College to Memphis State 
College to Memphis State University: an arduous journey, but a rewarding one, with appropriate rejoicing 
when the dreamed-of goal was reached. 

In that same eventful year, Memphis State found a place of glory on the nation's sports map. The basketball 
team entered the National Invitational Tournament, and in a nationally televised game, missed winning the 
tournament by a single point. Surprised sports writers scrambled for adequate adjectives to describe the 
Tennessee college that had just been made a university. 






Along with its elevation to the rank 
of university, Memphis State continued 
to add to its rapidly expanding phy- 
sical facilities. On November 24, 1958. 
at a convention of the nation's top 
geographers east of the Rocky Moun- 
tains. Johnson Hall, the new geography 
building, was officially dedicated. The 
building was named in honor of Dr. 
Rayburn W. Johnson who gave one 
hundred thousand dollars from his 
earnings as a professor toward con- 
struction of what has been described 
as the nation's best fully equipped 
geography building. Dr. Johnson was 
also named Professor of the Year. 

During 1959 Memphis State proved 
beyond a doubt that it had reached 
maturity and that the State Legisla- 
ture's confidence had not been mis- 
placed in the newly created university. 
Without the slightest sign of trouble 
or violence, eight Negro students en- 
rolled and quietly began classes in the 
fall. This unprecedented move was in 
accordance with the Supreme Court's 
decision of 1954. 

The year of 1959 also marked the 
end of President Smith's tenure as 
head of the institution. Forced to retire 
due to the age law, President Smith 
accepted a position as southeastern 
regional representative with the De- 
partment of Health, Education and 
Welfare. He was succeeded by Dr. 
C. C. Humphreys. 

Dr. Humphreys, the seventh man to 
occupy the president's chair at MSU, 
was the first man to be appointed 
whose academic career had been con- 
fined to the college and university 
level. All but one of his many years 
in education had been spent at Mem- 
phis State. 






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Golden 




1962 



Sixties 




More recent expansion has been breathtaking in its scope and acceleration. The school year of 1960 and 
61 saw two new buildings, Jones Hall and a Panhellenic building used for the first time, and 1961 to 62 
saw three more structures under construction: a women's dormitory, Smith Hall, now completed; a men's 
dormitory, and a business administration building. Also significant has been the establishment on campus 
of educational television station WKNO and the Goodwyn Institute lecture series. The entire city of Memphis 
is watching with pride as MSU makes new strides, not only in the college plant and in increased academic 
activity, but its steady climb toward "the big game" in the national sports world. 

The institution which Dr. Humphreys serves as president is a far cry from the school which rose in 1912 
upon the ground of an old plantation. From three buildings to twenty-one, plus veteran housing; from an 
enrollment of two hundred to almost 7,000; from a faculty of seventeen to two hundred-fifty six; from nine 
departments to five schools, with nineteen departments in one school alone. The harvest has been great, but the 
world is more than ever in need of an abundant crop of educated men and women to lead and teach and guide 
the multitudes. Memphis State's job has only begun. Those who know and love MSU are confident, however, 
that the attainments of the next fifty years will more than match the progress of the past. 




Mr. Seymour Allen Mynders, first presi- 
dent of Memphis State University, was 
graduated from the University of Tennes- 
see in 1880. receiving his B.A. degree. He 
was originator of the General Bill author- 
izing the establishment (if MSU and was 
responsible for nominating its first faculty 
and preparing its initial curriculum. He re- 
fused many honors in order that he might 
devote his time and life to the advancement 
of education in his native state. 




Dr. Andrew A. Kincannon, third presi- 
dent of MSU, was one of the early pro- 
moters for the Department of Education. 
Before becoming president of the school, 
he was head of the education department. 
He received his M.S. degree from the 
University of Tennessee and later obtained 
his UL.D. Dr. Kincannon was very active 
in the development of the educational fa- 
cilities of the state. 



Outstanding 




Mr. John Willard Brister, twice president 

of MSU, was graduated from Peabody 
College in Nashville in 1892 with a B.S. 
degree. In 1911 he was appointed State 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, and 
did much to further unify and systematize 
the work of the Tennessee public school 
system. He was connected with almost 
every form of educational activity known 
in the South. 



Through 
50 Years 






Leaders 




Dr. Richard Jones, fourth president of 
MSU, attended school at Harvard and later 
received his B.A. degree at the University 
of Tennessee in 1929. He earned his M.A. 
from Peabody and his Ph.D. from the 
University of Chicago. Dr. Jones had eight- 
een years of educational experience before 
he became president of MSU. He was dean 
of the school under President Blister, and 
became president at Mr. Brister's death. 



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Dr. Jennings B. Sanders, fifth president 
of MSU. was awarded his A.B. degree 
upon graduation from Franklin College, 
Franklin. Indiana, and in 1925 sained an 
A.M. degree from the University of Chi- 
cago. In 1928 he received his Ph.D. from 
the same institution. As president of MSU, 
Dr. Sanders succeeded in setting it rein- 
stated as a member of the Southern Asso- 
ciation of Colleges and Secondary Schools. 



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Mr. Jack Millard Smith, sixth president 
of MSU. received his B.A. at Memphis 
State in 1929. and his M.A. from Peabody 
College in 1930. Mr. Smith was principal 
of Training School. Dean of MSC. State 
Commissioner of Education. President of 
TPI, Director of Instruction of Memphis 
Public Schools, and is now President 
Emeritus of Memphis State. 




Dr. Cecil C. Humphreys, current presi- 
dent of MSU, earned his B.A. and M.A. 
degrees from the University of Tennessee, 
and received his Doctorate from New York 
University. Since his graduation from 
NYU. Dr. Humphreys has spent most of 
his life at MSU. His only absence from this 
institution was one year spent teaching at 
UT Martin Branch, and with the FBI. 



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Our 



Campus 



Still adding majestic beauty 
to our campus is the home of the 

president. Constructed in 
1912. it has been the home of every 

man who has served the 
institution as president. 




The face of the cafeteria is 
not all that has changed 

with time, as the old 
picture indicates. It was one of 

the first buildings on 
campus to be completely air-conditioned. 





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The Past 



The remodeled entrance to the 
Administration Building, which was 

constructed in 1912. is a 
completed phase of the Memphis State 

expansion program for the '60's. 



The Air Force 
Reserve Officers Training 

Center was 
demolished in order to 

make room for 
Jones Hall. The AFROTC 

is now housed in 
the basement of the new 

building. Remember 
the circle in the foreground? 



Demand of more 
space for athletic events 

led to the 
construction of a new field 

house behind the 
old one. Part of it can be 

seen in the rear. 
The old gym was converted 

into WKNO 
educational television station. 











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Mynders West, as compared 
with Manning Hall, is representative 

of the uniform architectural 
style of the, Memphis State campus. 



The Present . . . 



Johnson Hall, the new 
geography building, is a modern 

approach or variation 
of the styling used for half a century. 





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The Future . . . 




Familiar to all MSU 
students are these construction 

scenes. The vast 
expansion program now underway 

has this year seen 
the completion of a new men and 

women's dormitory 
and a husiness administration 

building, but 
these are only a beginning for 

the progress in store 
for a university destined to become 

even greater. 



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mprised of more than institutions established for the 
uit of knowledge. Endless cups of coffee, meetings, bridge sessions, 
politics, learning to work as a group, a chance to display undiscovered 

talents, and warm friendships remain as fond memories and serve to 

enrich the campus life of the student. Combined with an intellectual 
atmosphere these serve to produce the graduates of Memphis State 
University and the dedicated leaders of today. 



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Campus Life 



The school begins awakening early in September 
and with a burst of energy comes REGISTRATION 
. . . frightening to freshmen, tiring to all . . . find 
where the advisors are hiding . . . class dues, ID 
cards, annual fees, solicitation of members for 
campus organizations . . . mass confusion and a 
continuous call for money . . . the reunion of old 
friends . . . bridge sessions in the den and coffee 
breaks in the cafeteria . . . The campus settles 
to a roar and begins to move smoothly as RUSH 
descends . . . 




The last mile. 




Relief checks 
issued here! 



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sororities alike . . . parties, songs, skits, soft drinks, costumes, decorations, 
lots of talk and SMILES galore meet the rjishee . . . look impressed but 
not too impressed . . . lost costumes, forgotten lines, off-key singing, 
general blunders and hash sessions make up the Rush worries of the 
members . . . The acceptance of bids ends Rush week amid happy 
members and pledges . . . 




Now's your chance to smile 



Who put the tequila in the punch? 



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It's much more effective than a blackhal 



It's a raid! 




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The horse has been replaced 



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The arena should be filled today 

Freshmen learn they have to study and upperclassmen are soon reminded of the same . . . classes, time out for lunch, meetings, 
bridge sessions, snack time, tests, mail from home, the freshman dance, dust from construction work, new friends, and study, 
study, study . . . This frantic bustle is relieved by Sigma Chi Derby Day which is more frantic in a relaxing way . . . selected boys are 
dressed by sorority girls for the costume judging . . . convertibles, bermudas. honking horns, derbies, signs, singing and dancing 
. . . Dreamed up events with too many directors . . . sun, cold drinks, cheering, a few casualties and lojts of fun . . . 




I'm working my way through college 



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What fun! A tua of war 




What hoppened? 





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Don't sit on my false eyelashes! 



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Here, sweetie, have a sip 




Where are those hoys hiding? 




Where is Mr. Ziegfeld? 



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I'll get him yet 





A typical fare in the crowd 




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Glissard Arabesque 




We found a boy 



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Winter slowly makes its entrance 
and dorm girls rush home for 
winter clothes only to find it's hot 
again . . . what to wear . . . 
football games . . . blind dates . . . 
fraternity and sorority parties . . . 
the twist . . . and finally . . . 
HOMECOMING begins with the 
building of displays by fraternities, 
sororities, and many other campus 
groups . . . original ideas, lumber, 
faulty motors, smashed fingers, 
late work sessions, tons of crepe 
paper, chicken wire, and lots of 
spirit . . . frantic last day building 
and finally a sense of satisfaction 
and for some victory . . . Fixing 
the budget, pep rallies, alums and 
the Highwaymen . . . Presentation 
of the Queen and her court and 
the Homecoming dance in the 
auditorium . . . 



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Delta Zeta captured first place with their "Recipe for Victory" 




Homecoming Queen and her court 



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irence Henry added to the festivities with his act at the Homecoming Dance Lambda Chi's original display won first place in the fraternity division 




Enthusiastic fans cheer MSU to victorv 



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Book reports, papers, later dorm hours, a general quest for 
knowledge and a little quiet promote the movement to the 
library . . . The new check system goes into effect . . . 
freshmen discover microfilm . . . overdue and lost books 
are paid for . . . couples talk quietly and an appreciation 
for knowledge is learned . . . The den and cafeteria are 
often used for the same reasons as the library but with 
varying results . . . the 12:30 stampede for lunch . . . the 
endless lines in the den . . . Mr. Canon . . . Lunch at Sandy's 



A moment of quiet is found in the library 




PLEASE 

PRESENT BOOKS 
NOTEBOOKS 

AND BRIEFCASES 
OR CHECKING 




A new addition to the exit 




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Elliott Ness has nothing; on her 




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How much can two pastrami sandwiches weigh? 



What did you sav, dear? 




Two no trump 



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The first snow of the year and one glorious holiday 
. . . care to help me slide my car off the street . . . 
Snowball fights at the water works . . . dormitory 
parties . . . The closed preliminaries for the DeSoto 
Beauty Review . . . Those last minute papers before 
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS . . . 



Here comes the cafeteria tray 




Onward ho! 




We hated to leave him 




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President Humphrey's home reflects the beauty of the snow 




Why don't they enlarge the library? 





What are they REALLY thinking? 



Sorority girls enjoy a Christmas party 




We won ! 



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The return of groggy students for the beginning of the 
NEW YEAR ... J. P. Young History lectures . . . Settling- 
down for finals . . . The Ions awaited SEMESTER BREAK 



History majors and interested students flocked to the .1 
lectures. 



P. \oung history 





The Highwaymen brought their songs and humor to Homecoming festivities 



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Governor Clement was another welcome visitor to the campus 



Dr. Otto Eisenschiml, chemist, historian and author, spoke 
to the journalism and chemistry students 




The Limelighters were an added treat brought by the student 
government 




'Dear Abby" enthusiastically speaks to her captured audience 



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Registration for second semester . . . Old South Ball . . . hoop skirts and horses on main 
street . . . warmer weather . . . basketball . . . art classes venture outside to draw . . . culottes and 
bermudas appear . . . dorm girls move to the roof . . . general spring fever descends on the campus 
. . . Sororities and fraternities sea,rch for talent for . . . 







Hold your confederate money, boys 




Like Sherman said, 
"Rush is hell" 



First the head 







Yeah! That's him 



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The band ventures to the patio much to the delight of the students 







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The soon to be Business Administration Building 



Warm sun and hot work 



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Greek week . . . playwrights, directors and vocalists 
emerge . . . how to make a costume on twenty-five 
cents . . . study and practice and finally just practice. 
Presentation of the Greek Queen . . . trophies for 
some and "next year dreams" for others . . . picnics 
and swimming become main topics . . . work on the 
buildings seem to stop and the dust gets thicker . . . 



Lambda Chi's, as first place winners in All Sing, exuberantly cheer their director 




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Alpha Delta Pi claimed first place in the sorority division of All Sing 







Phi Mu's proudly display their trophies for the best skit in Follies and also 
the best poster. 





Talented Sigma Alpha Epsilon again placed first in the men's division of 
Follies 



Pi Kappa Alpha shown during a lively- 
moment on stage. 




Sigma Kappa's sadly view the plight of Mrs. Toymaker. 



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Politicians and parties emerge for FXECTIONS . . . The 
Tiger Rag versus the parties . . . handbills flood the campus 
. . . election day dawns amid slogans, signs, convertibles, 
and I'm running for . . . The entrance to the den becomes 
hazardous . . . party members watch the voting and others 
watch the party members . . . Candidates then rush to 
participate in . . . 




One of the scenes from the Shakespearean Festival 



President Humphreys receives his gag gift at the annual Journalism 
banquet 




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An intricate part of our new addition to MSU, WKNO 





Many unique handbills appeared during elections 



PLEASE vote for us! 




Efficient, fast voting after an hour wait in line 



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MAY DAY. The onlookers "beat the heat" 
by sitting in the shade to watch the events 
. . . high jumps . . . races . . . broad jumps 
. . . The May Queen and her court are pre- 
sented . . . awards are given . . . the dance 
program is enjoyed by all and finally the 
May Day Dance on the patio ends a sunny 
memorable day . . . Alpha Xi sorority wins 
the May Day Field Trophy, overall 
Intramural trophy, and Softball and 
volleyball trophies . . . 



Girl and pole bite the dust 




Please won't you dance with me? 



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The May Queen and her court view their subjects 




Hey! Let's twist 



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A silence envelops the campus broken only by the 
lighting of cigarettes, turning of pages, and typing 
of late papers as final exams draw near. Students 
enter the library for the first time . . . exam week 
dawns and goes . . . noise reigns supreme in the 
dorms as everyone packs for home . . . Finally 
silence descends on the campus and only gradua- 
tion remains to end another year at MSU. 



Should I be neat or just dump everything in? 




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At last, everything's ready 



Maybe my roommate will pack my things too. 




Students begin the wait for the cherished diploma 




Friends and relatives nervously wait for that 
special name 





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Graduates learn the '"hopes" for the futui 




A graduate realizes his goal as two await their turn 



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FINALLY THE LONG AWAITED AND PRAYED FOR DAY OF GRADUATION 
DAWNS WHEN MEN AND WOMEN PROUDLY ACCEPT THEIR DIPLOMAS 
AND THEN PAUSE AND WISTFULLY REALIZE THAT A PHASE OF LIFE IS 
CLOSED TO THEM FOREVER 










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Personalities ^ 





BILLY JOE BINGHAM 

AFROTC. Wing Commander, 
Distinguished Military Stu- 
dent: Dorm Council, pres.; 
Sigma Chi: Arnold Air So- 
ciety, sec'v. 




JUDITH LINN GIBBS 

May Court: Phi Gamma Nu, 
sec'y. ; Tassel: Wesley, sec'y; 
SNEA, second v-pres.: Young 
Democrats. Biology Club. 



Who's 

Among Students in 




FAYE BOATMAN 

Dean's List; Honor Roll; 
Dorm Council: Sarah Smith 
Math Award: Alpha Lambda 
Delta. Junior Advisor: Tassel, 
sec'y; Entre Nous, treas. ; 
Koinonia. sec'y.: SNEA. 




CHARLES EARL 
HENDERSON 

Honor Roll; Young Demo- 
crats; Cub Club, v-pres.: IFC; 
Pre-Legal Society, pres.; 
Kappa Alpha. 




RICHARD A. 
BRACKHAHN 

IFC "Man of the Year." pres. : 
Cub Club; Art Club: Pre- 
Legal Society; DeSoto, Greek 
Editor. Picture Editor; Tiger 
JRag. Business Staff; SGA, 
Political Chairman: Student 
Congress Party, v-pres. ; Pi 
Kappa Alpha, pres.: Senior 
Class, pres. 




MIKE HOPPER 



Kappa Alpha, treas 
Epsilon; "M" Club: 



Pi Sigma 



Youn< 



Democrats; Wesley: Account- 



ing Club. 



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Who 

American Universities and Colleges 




ALAN BUSSEL 

Dean's List; Honor Roll; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi. v-pres. : Pi 
Delta Epsilon, v-pres. ; Delta 
Kappa, sec'y.; Hillel; Chess 
Club, sec'y.; IFC; Tiger 
Rag, Executive Editor; Na- 
tional Pi Delta Epsilon Jour- 
nalism Contest, second place 
in editorials, first place in 
features. 





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BARBARA J. FRANKLIN 

Sigma Kappa, Panhellenic 
Representative, second v-pres.; 
Panhellenic, sec'y.; Tassel; 
P.E. Majors Club, treas. ; 
Cheerleader; SNEA; TEA. 




MARY ANN DILL 

Gamma Phi Beta, pres., v- 
pres. : Dorm Council; DeSoto 
Staff: BSU: SNEA. 





MARY LEE HUDSON 

Tassel; Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Chaplain; ACE; Honor Roll; 
SNEA; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Sweetheart's Club; Arabasque 
Club: University Chorale, 
Soloist. 




ELINOR ANN KELLEY 

Sigma Kappa, treas.; Tiger 
Rag, Executive Editor, Editor- 
ial Assistant; Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon, Sec'y-treas. ; Dorm Coun- 
cil, pres.; University Glee 
Club: SNEA. 




EUGENE KLEISER 



AFROTC. Wing Commander, 
Commander and Executive 
Officer. Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student, Military Com- 
mendation Award; Convair 
Air Power Award; Air Force 
Times Award; Newman Club. 



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JOHNNIE KING 

Sigma Chi. pres.: IFC: SGA. 
Junior Representative: Senior 
Representative: Pre-Legal So- 
cietv. 





BOB LEWIS 

AFROTC. Group Commander. 
Cadet Lt. Colonel; Track 
Team. Captain; Dorm Coun- 
cil: Delta Kappa, v-pres. ; 
Arnold Air Society; Pi Sigma 
Epsilon: Math Club: Young 
Democrats. 



MAC ELDER OZIER 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. pres.; 
IFC: SGA. Supreme Court; 
Delta Kappa, sec'y.; Honor 
Roll: Young Republicans: 
Tiger Rag. Reporter. 




PEMBROKE T. PINCKNEY 

Pi Kappa Alpha, pres.; AMA. 
pres., sec'y.; Pi Sigma Epsi- 
lon. v-pres.: Delta Kappa: 
Young Democrats: Cub Club. 




Who's 



ROSE MARIE McAFEE 

Alpha Xi Delta, pledge pres., 
social chairman, corres. sec'y.; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; DeSoto, 
Class Editor, Beauty Editor, 
Executive Editor; Tiger Rag, 
Reporter; Cub Club; SNEA; 
Young Democrats; En Garde: 
Badminton Club. 







BOBBY C. RAUCHLE 

Dean's List; Pi Delta Epsilon. 
pres.; Honorary Feature 
Award; Phi Alpha Theta. 
pres.; Young Republicans, v- 
pres. ; Tiger Rag. Associate 
Editor. Feature Editor, Copy 
Editor; Delta Kappa; French 
Club: BSU; Student Public 
Relations Director. 




catherine d. 
Mcdonald 

Delta Zeta, first v-pres.. treas., 
pledge class sec'y.; Westmins- 
ter Fellowship, pres.. second 
v-pres.. Outreach Chairman. 
Ecumenical Relations Coor- 
dinator; Religious Council, 
pres.. rec. sec'y. 




JIMMIE ANN RAY 

Alpha Lambda Delta, pres.: 
Tassel, pres.; Liberal Arts 
Honor Society; Dorm Coun- 
cil; Religious Council; Wes- 
ley, second v-pres.; SNEA, 
Associate pres.; Young Demo- 
crats; Biology Club. 



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Who 



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RICHARD W. McMAHON 

Deans List: Honor Roll: 
Chi Beta Phi; Delta Kappa, 
pres.. treas.; Psi Chi. v-pres. ; 
Tiger Rag. Reporter; SGA, 
Supreme Court ; Psychology 
Club; Biology Club: Sisma 
Alpha Epsilon. pres.. treas., 
deputy treas.. Scholarship 
Leader. 




BILL W. REED 



Tau Kappa Alpha, pres 
Kappa Alpha ; Debate 
ciety; Debate Manager: 
bated with International De- 
bate team from New Zealand. 



Pi 

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De- 



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PATRICIA L. 
MORRISON 

Alpha Xi Delta, pres.; Sock & 
Buskin, pres.. v-pres.; Best 
Actress of the Year: SGA, 
Supreme Court. Senior Jus- 
tice: Alpha Psi Omega; Tas- 
sel: Tau Kappa Alpha: New- 
man Club: Cub club: Young 
Democrats; Fine Arts Club; 
Debate Squad. 





JUDY NEUMAN 

Tassel; Honor Roll; Dean's 
List; Alpha Gamma Delta, 
v-pres. ; Wesley, treas.. v- 
pres. ; Dorm Council; SNEA; 
Young Democrats; Tennessee 
Methodist Student Movement, 
treas. 




CARROLL ANN SMITH 

Alpha Gamma Delta, pres.: 
Tassel, v-pres. ; Newman Club : 
SNEA: Best pledge of Alpha 
Gamma Delta. 




GAIL OXENDINE 

Entre Nous, pres.; Junior 
Class, sec'y; Tiger Rag Staff: 
Pi Delta Epsilon : Psychology 
Club: Badminton Club. 




NANCY ANN RYLAND 

Alpha Gamma Delta, rec. 
sec'y; Panhellenic, pres.; Jun- 
ior Miss; Newman club; Cub 
Club; Biology Club. 



SUSANNE L. SMITH 

Sock & Buskin, sec'y.; Alpha 
Psi Omega, pres. : Alpha Xi 
Delta; SNEA; Excellent 
Award in Oral Interpretation 
at Southern Speech Associa- 
tion. 



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Who's 



ROBERT J. TALLEY 

Arnold Air Society. Distin- 
guished Military Student. Pro- 
fessor of Air Science Award; 
Reserved Officer's Association 
Award: Kappa Sigma. 




Who 




ANDREW K. TATUM 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon, treas., 
rush chairman, rec. 
IFC Representative; 
Republicans: Canterbury Club, 
pres. 



sec y. 
Younj 



STANLEY WERNER 

University Band; Lambda Chi 
Alpha, pres.. pledge trainer, 
social chairman; Cub Club; 
Newman Club; IFC, pres. 




FRANK S. WESSON 

Tau Kappa Alpha ; Delta 
Kappa, pres. ; v-pres. ; Young 
Republicans, pres.; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; Pre-Legal So- 
ciety: Debate Team: SGA. 




DWIGHT WILLIAMS 



Freshman class 
more Class, 
Kappa, pres. 
Tau Kappa 
Sigma Alpha 



pres.; 
pres.; 
SGA, 

Alpha, 
Epsilon 



minster Fellowship: 
Rag; Young Republicans: 
bate Team. 



Sopho- 
Delta 

v-pres, ; 

v-pres. ; 
West- 
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THOMAS WOOD 

Chi Beta Phi, pres.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha, pledge master; Cub 
Club; Biology Club. 



DALE J. WINTROATH 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, pres., v- 
pres., sec'y. ; IFC, v-pres., 
sec'y. ; United Independent 
Party, Chairman; SNEA; Cub 
Club; Newman Club. 



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Miss and Mr. 

Memphis State 



Brenda Theurer 



David Farmer 59 






Homecoming Queen 

Sandra Green 




ROTC Queen 

Nancy Thomson 



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Greek Goddess 

Kim Kimberlain 




May Queen 

Suzanne Holt 




DeSoto 



Beauty 



Queen 



Miss 



Jo Cabler 



Miss Jo Cabler. an Eng- 
lish major from Memphis 
was chosen the 1962 De- 
Soto Beauty Queen. Pos- 
sessing beauty, poise, and 
personality. Jo won the 
title over forty other con- 
testants representing cam- 
pus organizations. 




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Miss Wynne Agnew 

First Alternate 

DeSoto Beauty 



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Miss Diane Jetton 

Second Alternate 

DeSoto Beauty 



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Beauty Revue 
Division Winners 




Miss Nancy Thomson 



Miss Diane Jetton 

Diane captured the Swimsuit division title with her sparkling personality and 
natural loveliness. 




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Vivacious and personable Nancy won the 
Talent division with her "Roaring Twenties" 
skit which enraptured the audience. 





Miss Wynne Agnew 

Wynne added scintillating glamour to the DeSoto Beauty Revue to win the 
Formal division. 



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Miss Nancy Thomson 

DeSoto Beauty 



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Miss Carole Weir 

DeSoto Beauty 



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Miss Vicki Childress 

DeSoto Beauty 



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Miss Elaine French 

DeSoto Beauty 



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DeSoto 




Sandra Anderson 
Alicia Bisio 
Martha Bowen 
Bonnie Burns 



Kaye Ferguson 
Nancy Foster 
Beverly Greene 

Mary Frances Griffith 





Mary Ann Holloway 
Joy Humphries 

Martha Lynn Jordan 
Merrill Ann Leslie 




Gloria Ann Reece 



Diane Ross 



Ellen Schwartz 



Charlotte Sepp 



Susan Smith 



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Dreams 



Mary Fern Caudill 
Bettye Dillon 

Dee Anna Dotson 
Gloria Dotson 





Joan Harris 
Janet Hatley 

Patricia Ann Hayes 
Jo Hill 



Bobbie Lynn Morrow 
Barbara Jean Peterson 
Felicia Popper 
La Juanna Prock 





Libby Towery 



Ann Voss 



Linda Webb 



Dorothy Williams 



Sallyone Wilson 



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Patty Futrell 




Janet Hatley 







Carol Durby 



Bettye Dillon 




Majorettes 




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During football season, the MSU Marching Band is led 
by seven lovely Tigerettes and Paul Giger. The twirlers' 
colorful costumes add glamour and sparkle to the march- 
ing band performances. Their precision drills and dance 
routines are featured during the half-time entertainment at 
every home football game. Mr. Giger, feature twirler, is 
the choregrapher for the majorettes, who are chosen each 
spring. Their audition includes a short individual routine 
and a test in group participation. 



Paul Giger 




Pat Rast 



Gr-r-r! Tigerettes 



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Susan Smith 



Nancy Thomson 








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Wynne Agnew 



Guvlene Carter 



Robert Holder 



Cheerleaders 



Cheering the Tiger teams to victory are ten vivacious 
MSU Cheerleaders. This peppy squad strives to stimulate 
school spirit in both the players and the spectators during 
athletic events. Exemplified by coordinated actions and 
words, they plan pep rallies, organize pep parades, and 
participate in the annual Homecoming bonfire celebration. 
Hopeful candidates audition each spring before a panel of 
judges. Four men. four girls, two alternates, and costumed 
Tiger Wayne Johnson comprise the 1962 cheering squad. 





Wayne Johnson 




The Real Tiger Spirit 






Diane Jetton 




David Kaiser 




Joy Lott 




Bobby McMinn 



Janice Wilcox 
Alternate 



Beverly Prather 
Alternate 



Warren Mitchell 



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Cheering lustily at athletic events, applauding heartily for the University band, 

watching admiringly theatrical productions, anxiously scanning campus publications; 
this is the spirit of MSU, this is the life of the typical Tiger. Campus 
life is thus enriched by numerous activities which present exciting 
experiences for every university student. These are the 

thoughts which they will cherish as long as MSU is remembered. 



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Football 



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Athletic 
Director 




DR. EUGENE LAMBERT 



Football Coaches 




Kneeling, lejt to right: Wilson Waites, Head Coach Billy "Spook" Murphy, and John Cobb. 
Back row, left to right: Bob Patterson, Roger French, and Tom Morris. 



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DON COFFEY E 

Captain 
Blue-Gray Game 




Preparing to go into action 



MSU 40 CITADEL 

Memphis. Sept. 16. The largest opening game crowd in Memphis State history 
was on hand to witness the Tigers march over the Cadets of the Citadel. The high- 
powered offense wasted no time getting under way as James Earl Wright scored 
the first three touchdowns on rollouts. Co-captain Jack Carter scampered 73 yards 
on a trap to close the first half scoring. Halfbacks Jerry Reese and Sonny Parsons 
covered a lot of ground to score on runs of 48 and 92 yards. Parson's run was 
one of the longest ever executed in the annals of Memphis State. The Citadel was 
unable to move against the solid, hard knocking Tiger defense. The Cadets were 
repelled once at the five and fumbled later in the game on the four. An aerial 
attempt was thwarted when Charles Alexander intercepted a Cadet pass on their 
15 yard line. 



JACK CARTER HB 
Co-Captain 




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JIM ADDINGTON QB RICHARD ADRAGNA G CHARLES ALEXANDER QB MIKE ARMSTRONG HB JERRY BELL C 




Vollmer directs the action 




DENNIS BIODROWSKI E 



MSU 48 TULSA 12 

Tulsa, Okla.. Sept. 23. Memphis State's Tigers successfully combatted the Hurri- 
cane by displaying a powerful offense. The Missouri Valley Conference members 
seemed unable to stop Captain Don Coffey, who outmaneuvered the defense to pick 
three touchdown passes from the air. James Earl Wright was the source of these 
passes, plus another to Richard Saccoccia. Wright also scored from the one. Russell 
Vollmer ran 15 yards to score and Charles Alexander went over from two yards 
out. Jack Carter kicked 6 of 7 conversions. 




JOHN BRAMLETT G 




JOHN CRONIN C 



RALPH CICCARELLI G DAVE CASINELLI FB 



DAVE BROWN E 



CHUCK BROOKS E 



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JOHN EVANS T 




Nation's second ranked offense gets underway 



MSU 56 HARDIN-SIMMONS 

Memphis, Sept. 30. The Cowboys of Hardin-Simmons found the task of corralling 
the Tigers more than they could handle. An explosive Memphis State offense wasted 
no time in beginning the onslaught as James Earl Wright returned a Cowboy punt 
65 yards for the first score. Jerry Reese ended the first quarter by racing 18 yards 
to tally. Jerry set the stage for the next TD by scampering 59 yards. Wright slipped 
over from the one after faking a jump pass. James Earl passed 35 yards into the 
reliable hands of Don Coffey to add to the total. He continued to throw after 
intermission as Sonny Parsons latched onto a 64 yard pass play. Minutes later 
Sonny darted 50 yards to the goal. Further scoring opportunities came when 
Mike Armstrong fell on a Cowboy fumble and Jim Addington picked off an aerial. 
Dan Graham scored from 7 yards out and Addington squeezed over from the two. 
Jack Carter had a perfect day with his conversions. The defense held the enemy 
to merely 79 yards. 



WAYNE EVANS E 




BOB FINAMORE G 



BILL GALESE E 



DAN GRAHAM HB 



JOHN GRIFFIN HB LARRY HEATHCOTT T 



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Jack Carter threads his way through the line 



MSU 28 LOUISVILLE 13 

Louisville, Ky., Oct. 7. The Tigers relied on a passing attack after finding the running game ineffective against a huge 
Louisville line. Memphis State scored first in the opening quarter on an 8 yard pass from James Earl Wright to Jerry 
Reese. Jack Carter converted. The Cardinals came back to score and the game was tied at halftime. Wright tossed a 30 
yard pass to Dennis Biodrowski for a touchdown. Finding the pass effective, James Earl hif Don Coffey for a 32 yard TD. 
Chuck Brooks intercepted a Cardinal pass to set up the next score. Wright kept throwing to Coffey as Don made one im- 
possible catch after another. Carter plunged over from the one, then followed with his fourth conversion to end the scoring 
and bring victory. 




JOHN HOLTZCLAW HB 



BILL HUDSON T 

Senior Bowl 
Blue-Gray Game 



BUBBA ISBELL G 



RICHARD LUCAS T 



PAT MILLER FB 



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Bill Galese is brought down by a Furman defender 



MSU 21 MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 7 

Memphis. Oct. 14. The real standout of the Tigers' fifth victory was the unyielding defense. Memphis State scored early 
in the contest as James Earl Wright ate up yardage with rollouts, a pass to Don Coffey, and hard running by Dave Casi- 
nelli. who scored on a three yard thrust. The Tigers scored again as Wright ended a yard drive by going over from the 
one. Ed Weldon jarred the ball loose from an enemy runner and Charles Alexander recovered to end a Southern drive. 
Later Southern attempted a field goal, but the Tiger line quickly ended these hopes. Ends Wayne Evans and Dennis Bio- 
drowski consistently turned the Southern runners up the middle of the line where they were stopped abruptly. Casinelli 
scored the final TD from five yards out. 




FRED MOORE T 



CHARLES OWENS T SONNY PARSONS HB DICK QUAST G 



JERRY REESE HB 



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Jack Carter displays his unerring form at extra points 



MSU 35 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 

Memphis. Oct. 21. A mounting offense and a rugged defense brought victory number six for the Tigers. The first score 
came in the second quarter when Charles Alexander tossed a 44 yard spiral to Sonny Parsons. Dave Casinelli crashed 
over from the one yard line just before the end of the first half. Halfback John Griffin nabbed a deflected Alexander 
pass in the end zone, following a fumble recovery by John Bramlett. Parsons continued his role as a pass catcher as he 
latched onto a Russell Vollmer pass in the final quarter and found his way to pay dirt. The final touchdown came as 
the result of quarterback Jim Addington's five yard jaunt. Jack Carter successfully converted after each touchdown. 




WALLACE SEXTON C BILL SCOTT G 



RICHARD SACCOCCIA E GLENN RUSSELL C 



JOHN ROBILIO G 



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A moment of suspense as Tiger defense again holds 



MSU 16 MISSISSIPPI STATE 23 

Memphis. Oct. 28. Memphis State fell for the first time this season to the Bulldogs of the SEC. Hobbled with a knee 
injury, James Earl Wright entered the game to throw to John Griffin for a six yard touchdown. A fine run by Jack 
Carter on a bobbled field goal attempt set up the first score. Trailing in the second half, Carter successfully booted a 
23 yard field goal, following a long punt return by Russell Vollmer. Wright hit Chuck Brooks with an eleven yard scoring 
pass with five minutes remaining, but the Bulldogs were able to hold their lead and end all Tiger hopes of a coveted victory 
over a Southeastern Conference team. 




RUSSELL VOLLMER QB ED WELDON FB 



DON WHITLOCK FB 



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JAMES EARL WRIGHT 

All-American 
UPI Back of Week 



JOHN WRIGHT HB 



Tiger line puts the pressure on 
a North Texas punter. 




MSU 6 FURMAN 7 

Memphis, Nov. 4. The dismal afternoon seemed to have an effect on the footballers of Memphis State. The 
usually powerful offense just couldn't begin to click as plays were ground out through the mud. Furman could 
manage but two first downs and one score, but that proved to be enough. The Paladin defense consistently held 
each time the Tigers approached the goal line. The lone Memphis State tally came on a two yard thrust by Full- 
back Dave Casinelli. Russell Vollmer's pass attempt for the two point conversion was batted down and Furman 
held the lead. Every time the Tigers threatened, they were halted by either a penalty or an unyielding Furman 
line. 




A fumble is the center of attraction against Furman 



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Casinelli slams into two North Texas defenders 




MSU 41 NORTH TEXAS STATE 

Memphis, Nov. 4. Memphis State returned to the habit of win- 
ning as we trounced North Texas State. The muddy field com- 
pelled the Tigers to confine their offense to the ground, with an 
occassional aerial attempt. Dave Casinelli ran three touchdowns 
from his fullback slot on bursts of 13, 12, and 2 yards, the latter 
following a fumble recovery by Jerry Reese. Jerry also a.dded to 
the scoring with a dive from the one. Quarterback Russell Vollmer 
ran six yards up the middle for six points. Jack Carter ended the 
scoring with a one yard sneak which was set up by Ralph Cic- 
carelli's interception. The only serious Eagle threat was short lived 
as Glenn Russell crashed through to block a field goal attempt near 
the end of the game. 



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Injured Tiger leaves the field 



James Earl Wright evades enemy tacklers 




MSU 41 CHATTANOOGA 13 

Chattanooga, Nov. 23. The Tigers journeyed to foreign soil and found it rather muddy as they overran the Mocassins 
for the season's finale. The Tigers quickly took command of the game as they scored twice in the first quarter. Dave 
Casinelli bulled over from the two for the initial score. Jack Carter reversed his field, picked up blockers and darted 24 
yards through the mud. Russell Vollmer sneaked over from the one, following his 16 yard toss to Chuck Brooks. Im- 
mediately after intermission. Carter contributed a tremendous 86 yard punt return for his second touchdown. Casinelli added 
another score as he ran 24 yards, and Jerry Reese ended the point making with a three yard run. following a 22 yard 
pass play from Carter. 



Tension mounts on James Earl's 
face as a knee injury forces him 
to the sidelines. 




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Basketball 



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MSU 81 MINNESOTA 89 

The Tigers journeyed to the Big Ten and practically ran Minne- 
sota off the court during the first half. The Gophers rallied, over- 
coming an 18 point lead on their home court, to edge Memphis 
State. Hunter Beckman put on an amazing scoring display as he 
riddled the Minnesota defense for 30 points. Frank Snyder 
added 15. 

MSU 59 BAYLOR 46 

Bavlor threw a slow, deliberate offense at the Tigers, but the 
Bears were unable to hit their shots. All Memphis State had to do 
was rebound, bring the ball down, and score. They did this on 
numerous occasions. Hunter Beckman netted 15 points and Frank 
Snyder 13 in the low scoring game. 

MSU 63 TEXAS TECH 62 

Texas Tech. regarded as a powerhouse of the Southwest Con- 
ference, proved themselves a worthy opponent as they pushed 
Memphis State down to the wire. The Tigers traded baskets with 
the Red Raiders, and held a one point lead when the final buzzer 
sounded. Bob Neumann came off the bench to lead the attack 
with 17 points. Larry Garber followed closely with 15. 




FRANK SNYDER, Captain 




MSU 107 SAN FRANCISCO STATE 49 

San Francisco traveled cross country to meet defeat at the 

hands of the Tigers. It was the largest output of the season for 

Memphis State as the score mounted even after the bench had 

been emptied. The shorter Californians were no match for the 

home team in shooting or rebounding. Bob Neumann again led 
the scoring with 24 points and Hunter Beckman tallied 17. 

MSU 71 MISSISSIPPI STATE 83 

Mississippi State, nationally ranked co-champions of the South- 
eastern Conference, displayed fine shooting and great speed to 
overcome the game Tigers. Memphis State kept the outcome in 
doubt throughout the game, and even held a slight lead late in 
the first half. Hunter Beckman consistently hit the long jumper 

and ended the night with 29 points, high for both teams. Bob 
Neumann gathered 21, but the Bulldogs' scoring was too evenly 
balanced. 



HUNTER BECKMAN 



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BOB NEUMANN 



MSU 96 RICHMOND 77 

Richmond successfully penetrated the Tiger defense for easy 
layups early in the game, but Memphis State soon settled down 
and put a stop to this. MSU trailed during most of the first half 
as the pesky visitors put quite a scare in the fans. The Tigers got 
hot just before the half ended, led by Larry Garber and Hunter 
Beckman. All doubt was removed in the second half as Memphis 
State displayed a well balanced scoring attack. Bob Neumann led 
with 23. followed closely by Larry Garber's 22. Beckman added 
18 and Frank Snyder 17. 

MSU 78 SOUTH CAROLINA 79 

The Tigers bowed to South Carolina in a thrilling game that 
opened the Gulf South Classic. Memphis State enjoyed the lead 
during most of the game, but the Carolinians applied the pressure 
during the last few moments to emerge with the win. An enemy 
free throw with four seconds remaining brought defeat to the 
Tigers. Guards Larry Garber and George Kirk led with 18 and 
17 respectively. 




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Neumann is surrounded by three New Mexico State Aggies 



MSU 103 NORTHWESTERN LOUISIANA ST. 83 

Memphis State set two Gulf South Classic records in the process 
of thrashing Northwestern Louisiana. Sophomore Bob Neumann 
netted 33 points to tie the individual scoring record. His 19 re- 
bounds were also highly significant. The Tigers tied the team 
record for the tournament with another balanced scoring attack. 
Hunter Beckman and Larry Garber each had 17 and Captain Frank 
Snyder had 16. 

MSU 79 MURRAY STATE 67 

Larry Garber and Bob Neumann continued their torrid scoring 
as Memphis State defeated Murray State for the consolation 
championship of the Gulf South tournament. George Kirk broke 
an early tie with a jumper and a fast break layup and the Tigers 
were off and running. A delightful surprise for Tiger fans was 
the outstanding rebounding against a team well known for this 
phase of the game. Garber finished the contest with 20 points and 
Neumann collected 25 points and 12 rebounds. 




LARRY GARBER 




Smith and Randolph apply a bit of brawn 



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BOB SMITH 



GEORGE KIRK 



MSU 85 NEW MEXICO STATE 70 

One of the best all-around efforts of the current season per- 
mitted Memphis State to outduel the visiting Aggies. The first 
half was filled with exciting moments as the lead changed hands 
several times. New Mexico's attack was made considerably less 
potent when big George Knighton fouled out with nine minutes 
left in the game. Bob Neumann and Hunter Beckman again pro- 
vided the one-two punch as Hunter scored 25 and Neumann got 
23. Neumann and Frank Snyder both contributed notable defensive 
effort. 





Kirk and Beckman stretch for a rebound 



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MSU 101 SETON HALL 81 

The Tigers found the confines of Madison Square Garden much 
to their liking as they defeated Seton Hall in the first game of 
an eastern tour. Bob Neumann busted the bucket for an out- 
standing 35 point performance as he outdueled Seton Hall's highly 
publicized Ned Werkman. Bob was also a demon on the boards 
as he hauled down 21 rebounds. Hunter Beckman provided able 
assistance with 22 points and George Kirk added 16. Frank Snyder 
and Larry Garber were close behind with 14 and 12. 




Beckman drives against Baylor 



MSU 37 LOYOLA OF NEW ORLEANS 76 

Memphis State built up a 19 point lead at intermission, but 
Loyola roared back in the second half with a tremendous rally. 
The lead was sliced to a mere six points before the Tigers began 
to apply the freeze. The tactics worked perfectly and Memphis 
State was able to add to the lead. The consistent scoring of Bob 
Neumann and Hunter Beckman continued as they gathered 24 
and 22 points. 




JAMES HORTON 



TIM WEAVER 




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MSU 84 VILLANOVA 109 

Nationally ranked Villanova put together a very 
well balanced scoring to go along with Hubie 
White's 30 point performance. The consequence 
was a defeat for Memphis State in the final game 
of an eastern road trip. The Tigers were able to 
score well, but couldn't seem to tighten the de- 
fense against Villanova. Hunter Beckman almost 
matched White as he scored 29 points, mostly on 
his deadly jump shot. Bob Neumann added 17 
points and claimed 22 rebounds to cope game 
honors in that phase. Larry Garber chipped in 
20 tallies, many of his baskets came with an 
enemy hand waving in his face. 



JERRY PARRISH 



Snyder apparently finds something interesting up there 




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MSU 101 LOYOLA 58 

Memphis State was in top form in just about everv 
phase of the game as they romped Loyola of the 
South in Memorial Fieldhouse. This same team gave 
the Tigers quite a scare earlier in the season, but 
Memphis State showed a great deal of improvement 
over the last encounter. The Tigers scored with such 
ease that Loyola went into a freeze near the end 
of the game in an attempt to hold the score down. 
Memphis State shooters hit a fine 65 per cent of 
their shots, mostly in the second half. Bob Neumann 
scored under the goal and on outside jump shots 
to end up with 36 points, which was high for the 
game. Hunter Beckman had his usual accuracy as 
he connected for 23 points. George Kirk awed the 
crowd with his sharp passes and driving layups. 




DON DREWELL 



Horton leaps above the Wolfpack to scor 




MSU 67 DAYTON 78 

The Tigers fell to the big Fivers in an exciting 
game played on the winners court. Rebounding was 
the big difference, as the Tigers were unable to 
muscle out Dayton's big center. When the defense 
collapsed on the middle, the Flyers began to score 
from outside. Hunter Beckman helped keep Memphis 
State in the thick of the battle with 25 points. Bob 
Neumann provided the bulk of the rebounding, as 
he hauled in 13 and scored 14 points. George Kirk 
chipped in 10 points. 



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MSU 86 THE CITADEL 72 

Memphis State returned to the home court to defeat the Cadets 
of The Citadel. Although the team suffered the lowest shooting 
percentage of the season. Hunter Beckman turned in another out- 
standing shooting performance. The rangy forward tied the season's 
high for points in a game by netting 35 points. 20 of his points came 
in the first half when the Cadets were offering considerable resist- 
ance. The Tigers got 17 points from Larry Garber and 15 from Bob 
Neumann. 



MSU 88 WILLIAM & MARY 70 

The Tigers built a tremendous 18 point halftime lead to practically 
assure them a victory over the visitors from the Southern Conference. 
The Indians came back fighting in the second half and came within 
10 points at one time, but the rally was started too late to overcome 
the Tigers. Hunter Beckman continued to pour in points as he hit 
for 26. Frank Snyder contributed 22. Larry Garber and Bob Neu- 
mann added 18 and 17 respectively. 



PAUL PRICE 



Kirk connects on a jump shot 




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BILL KOEHLER 



DON RANDOLPH 




ED SMITH 




Beckman gives a helping hand 



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FINAL STATISTICS 



Player 


Games 


Field Goals 


Rbs. 


Points 


Avg. 


Hunter Beckman 


21 


199 


159 


450 


21.4 


Bob Neumann 


21 


139 


224 


399 


19.0 


Larry Garber 


21 


122 


70 


262 


12.4 


Frank Snyder 


21 


97 


140 


234 


11.1 


George Kirk 


21 


69 


61 


173 


8.2 


Jim Horton 


21 


28 


21 


91 


4.3 


Don Drewell 


12 


15 


44 


43 


3.5 


Bob Smith 


17 


25 


58 


60 


3.5 


Paul Price 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3.0 


Bill Koehler 


55 


4 


3 


14 


2.8 


Tim Weaver 


o 
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3 


8 


11 


1.3 


Jerry Parrish 


11 


4 


9 


13 


1.1 


Don Randolph 


7 


1 


3 


3 


0.4 


Ed Smith 


1 











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TOTALS 


21 


708 


968 


1756 


83.6 




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COACH BOB VANATTA 



COACH DEAN EHLERS 



Coach Bob Vanatta completed his final season at Memphis State 
with a very impressive record. In his six years as basketball coach, 
Coach Vanatta has guided the Tigers to the N.C.A.A. tournament, 
second place in the National Invitational Tournament, the Champion- 
ship of the Sugar Bowl, and other holiday tournaments. The Tigers 
have met some of the top basketball teams in the nation and 
established themselves among the leaders. Coach Dean Ehlers will 
assume the duties of head basketball coach after serving as assistant 
coach and freshman coach. 




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Track 



The Tiger track men compiled a record of 4 
wins and 3 losses in dual meets. They also 
participated in such meets as Mid-West Relays, 
Memphis Relays, Jaycee Indoor Carnival, and the 
L.S.U. Invitational. The only senior on the squad 
was captain Bob Lewis. Many of the younger boys 
gained valuable experience that will give Memphis 
State another strong track team. 







COACH GLENN JOHNSON 




Front row, left-right: Don Lamb, Gene Scanlon, Eric Torina, Bob Lewis, Bob Scanland, Buddy Leflar, Charles Eoff, Gais Bruce. Back row: Coach Johnson, 
Joel Laney, David Hathcock, Bob Robbins, Allan O'Neal, Bob Meeks, Tommy Vaughn, Terry Huntzicker, Richard Rottering, John Wilkerson, mgr. 



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BOB LEWIS, captain 




Bobby Meeks clears the high jump 












Rottgering starts on the 440 




Scanlon takes off on the relay 



Lewis completes a vault 



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Vaushn strains hard for a victory 




Paul Price leaps over the bar 





Racing against the clock 



Robhins set to put the shot 




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O'Neal has it made, almost 



Tennis 



Memphis State fielded a tennis team this season after 
being inactive last year. The enthusiasm was high as 
several prospects turned out for the squad. The team 
had a successful season, even though many of the boys 
had never before had experience in collegiate plav. 
The team was composed of some of the city and regional 
best tennis players. The squad was coached by Mr. 
Tom Sharp and Dr. William Walker. 





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GEORGE BODAMER 





Front row, left to right: Don Zanone, Lee Mixon, Steve Haley, George Bodamer, Dwight Caldwell, Bill Jennings, Wayne Emmons. Back row: Thomas Sharp, 
Kenny Lewis, David Lambert, Jim Bryan, Larry Laycock, William Walker. 



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Front row, left to right: Ben Ward, Charles Knight, Houston 
Akin, Bert Canfield, Bob Martin, Macon Lowe, Neil Cordell, 
Jerry Reese, Russ Vollmer, Jim Cupples, Jerry Wilhite, 
Jimmy Plunk, Steve Dropkin, Tom Perkins, Billy Patrick, 
John Bramlett, Bob Laney, George Holt. 



The Tiger baseball team completed the season with a very successful record 
of 13 wins and 5 losses. Coach Bob Stephenson, in his first season at the 
helm, guided the Tigers to wins over some highly rated teams. The leading 
hitters were John Bramlett and captain Bert Canfield. Macon Lowe compiled 
a 6-2 pitching record and Billy Patrick had a perfect 4-0 slate. 











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Women's 



Intramurals 



In 1947. the Intramurals Committee was formed with Miss Elma 
Roane at its head, a position which she still occupies today. 

The first intramurals were conducted in the fields of basketball, 
softball, volleyball, and track. Now the area has expanded to include 
not only these group sports, but also individual sports such as golf, 
equitation, badminton, fencing, tennis, and trampoline. Club groups 
such as Modern Dance, Swimming, Trampoline, and Fencing are all 
a part of the overall intramural program. 

May Day is also an important event in the year's intramural 
calendar. Prior to 1947, all of the May Day activities involved the 
Training School, with the exception of the May Queen and her court, 
who were chosen from Memphis State College. Beginning in 1947, 
however, the newly formed Intramurals Committee patterned all 
May Day activities to include just Memphis State students. 

Sponsored by intramurals on a somewhat limited basis for the 
past six years has been varsity competition for girls. Main events of 
the program are the annual Intercollegiate Women's Volleyball 
Tournament and the Intercollegiate Women's Badminton Tournament. 



Jumping a tie-ball on the basketball court. 




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An enthusiastic game of field hockey. 




A group of fencers include, from left to right: Carol Niernsee, Betty Crenshaw, Dawn Campbell, 
Joy Lott, and Patricia Moves. 




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Barbara Hammers does a leaping forward roll over Miss 
Roane's headstand. 



/arsity Women's Intercollegiate Volleyball Team. First place in East and West 
[ennessee Volleyball Tournament. Left to Tight: Barbara Dowd, Miss Roane, 
Susie McDonald, Cese Johnson, Suzanne Blair, Cathy Ferguson, and Mamie 
"reeman. 




Winners of Intramural Badminton Tournament. First place, Mamie Freeman; 
Runners-up, left, Suzanne Blair, and right, Betty Duvall. 



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Kappa Alpha Volleyball Champs 




Fox shows winning form in the shot put 



Basketball Champs Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



Men's 



Intramurals 




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A successful high jump 



May Day winners SAE 




SAE wins Softba 




Lunging for the tape in the 100 yard dash 



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Cr oss-Country 

The cross-country team, under coach Glenn John- 
son, finished the season with a record of 2 wins 
and 5 defeats. The team consisted of mostly first 
and second year men, and with a little more experi- 
ence, these men should provide an outstanding 
team. 



Pictured to the left are: Front row: Gais Bruce and Buddy 
Leflar. Second row: captain Joel Laney. Richard Rotterging, 
and Bobby Scanland. 



Golf 

The golf team finished with 
an excellent record of 8 wins. 
1 tie and 1 loss. Members of 
the team were captain John 
Schlee. Larry Campbell. Ken- 
neth Lindsay. Buddy McEwen. 
Danny Gibson. Tommy Hor- 
ton, and Benjy Hill. 




Participating in the Southern Intercollegiate Tournament were McEwen, Campbell, Schlee, Lindsay, 
Coach Roy Moore, Gibson. Hill, Dr. Gene Lambert and Coach Jake Fondren. 



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MSU formation at a football game 




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Lejt to right: Jimmie Cochran, Harold White. Jimmy Keyes, Polk Tillman. Second row: Billy Compton, Sammy Vinson, Bill Bradford, Allen Hightower, 
Gerald Richardson, Clay Lewis, Ronald Coletta, Walt Dressel. Third Row: Kenneth Hart, Doug Kelley, George Tidwell, Joe Sills, Terry Blackwood, Mike 
Leech. 



Dance Band 




Left to right: Joanna Isaac, Cathy Willisk, Anita Lowrie, Kay Bourne, Billie Baker, Gwen Bates, Alicia Bisio, Betty Dennis, Patricia Raniey, Gemia George, 
Patty Fowlston, Janna Prange, Mary Conner, Elizabeth Burns, Nancy McKee, Ann Green, Mary Douglas. Second row: Jean Dodd, Janet Schulz, Susan 
Lovelace, Anna Pellegrini, Charlotte Kronschnabel, Joan Eubanks, Linda Jones, Barbara Harwell, Jan Snow, Kathey Junkin, Gail Moore, Carol Hemmen. 
Third row: William Cason, Gerald P. Morrow, John Weatherall, James Lemser, Bill Allen, Johnny Cox, Jeddie Springfield, Jim Smith, Danny Collard, 
Ken Carter, Bill Pugh, Charles Parham, Lee Smith, William Underwood, Terry Blackwood, Stuart Brandon, Larry Ladd. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Gant begin to destroy their boarding house. 




"Look Homeward, 

Angel 



Opening of the 1961-62 season for the MSU 
University Theater was the production of "Look 
Homeward. Angel." This realistic dramatic presen- 
tation, based on the novel by Thomas Wolfe, 
occurred in the town of Altamont. North Carolina, 
in the fall of 1916. 

Concentrating on the last third part of Wolfe's 
protean novel of youth, the Wolfe family is recre- 
ated. Eliza Gant, Eugene's mother, portrayed by 
Carol Howell, was obsessed by her maternal hold- 
ings and raising her own barriers against the love 
of her family. W. 0. Gant, the father and stone- 
cutter played by Phil Arnoult, was imprisoned by 
his failures. Ben Gant. the brother who never 
broke away, was played by Jim Townsend. Andy 
Eudaly playing the part of the young Eugene Gant 
was the hero of this play or in reality Thomas 
Wolfe. 

The essence of Wolfe's classic has been artfully 
translated into the exacting medium of the stage. 
Through the use of realistic staging, the play 
alternated in moods between sardonic humor and 
grief both private and universal. 




Eugene Gant tells Laurie of his plans for the future. 



Members of the family stare at the drunken Tarkington in disgust. 



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Angel Street" 



A Victorian stage thriller. "Angel Street." was 
produced in arena style, with bleachers and chairs 
for the audience arranged on stage around the 
acting area. This arena style staging added to the 
mystery of the production. 

Bob Womack portrayed Mr. Manningham. the 
diabolic husband who attempted to convince his 
wife that she was going insane. His harassed wife 
later learned that her husband was a maniacal 
criminal suspected of a murder committed fifteen 
years ago in the same house, and that he is trying 
to dispose of her. 




Mr. Manningham assures the maid of the outcome of his schemes. 




Inspector Rough offers Mrs. Manningham a glass of Scotch to calm her nerves. 



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Much Ado About 

Nothing 



The eleventh annual Shakespearean Festival Produc- 
tion. "Much Ado About Nothing," was directed by 
Gladys Smith of the New York Shakespeare Festival. 
Bennett Wood, and Albert Greshman. 

"Much Ado About Nothing," a farce about young- 
people falling in and out of love, dealt chiefly with the 
adventures of Beatrice and Benedick, neither of whom 
had any intentions of falling in love. Well meaning 
friends deliberately mislead the pair into believing 
each was in love with the other. A secondary love plot 
developed between Claudio portrayed by Andy Eudalv 
and Hero, played by Dixie Carter. 

The chief wit in the tangle of plots and counterplots 
was the "war of words" between them as they strive 
to avoid the clutches of matrimony. This production 
dismissed the clutter of traditional modern stage gim- 
micks in order to bring "Much Ado About Nothing" to 
the audience in a true Shakespearean manner. 




Conrade and Borachio listen to Don John, the villain, plot against Hero. 




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Don Pedro, Leonato, and Beatrice look on approvingly as Hero is swept into the arms of Claudio. 



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Don Pasquale" 



Memphis State's fourteenth annual opera was the comedy, 
Don Pasquale, first performed in Paris on January 3, 1843. 
It followed the style of the Italian eommedia dell'arte, which 
placed emphasis on impressions created by color, movement, 
and music. The use of orange and magenta coloring created 
an almost carnival atmosphere to emphasize the comic, 
carefree element of the production and contributed to a 
well-integrated presentation. 

Don Pasquale was a rich and foolish bachelor. The plot 
revolves around his determination to marry a girl half his 
age with the aid of a friend. Dr. Malatesta. Ken Carter, in 
the leading role as Don Pasquale. was supported by Mary 
Lee Hudson, as Norina. the young, and William Sellari as 
Dr. Malateste. 





Don Pasquale, the wealthy bachelor, woos the charming. Norina. 




Ken Carter practices for his role as Pasquale. 



Dr. Malatesta schemes with Norina in an attempt to trick Pasquale. 



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Davy Crockett's Challenge" 



Davy Crockett, "King of the Wild Frontier," was the hero of the MSU Children's 
Theater production, "Davy Crockett's Challenge." This original play was written 
and directed by MSU student Joan Hassell. 

When Davy Crockett runs for Congress, Mike Fink gets an evil Indian Medicine 
Man, played by Carol Howell, to cast a magic spell on Davy. The hex was broken, 
Mike Fink defeated, and Davy Crockett went to Congress. 

Due to a careful technical staff this story on the Tennessee frontier scene 
raised the spirits of the audience and provided for a fun filled evening. 




Davy gets an unusual challenge from an over- 
sized bunny and the bunny's bear-friend. 




1 22 Davy Crockett serenades Mira Gurney with a frontier song, while fearsome Kattikuc sneaks up to grab a scalp. 



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FRED MIDDLETOX 

Associate Editor 

Fall Semester 




MIKE WALLACE 
Associate Editor 
Spring Semester 




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Executive Edhor 

Fall Semester 




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Executive Editor 
Spring Semester 





GAIL OXENDINE 



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Editoi 



FLEDA ANDERSON— Society Editor— and 
CARL CRAWFORD— Picture Editoi 



The Tiger Rag. Memphis State's weekly newspaper, plays an 
important role in student life and activities. A consistent award- 
winner in national journalism contests, the Tiger Rag is staffed and 
edited entirely by students. 

It provides practical work experience for students in all phases 
of newspaper journalism. From reporting and copy editing to feature 
writing. MSU journalists strive to attain professional competency. 

For the past two years, the newspaper has been awarded the 
Associate Collegiate Press* First Class Honor Rating, the second 
highest rating given by this national organization. 




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Managing Editor 




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Business Manager 



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Copy Editor 



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Sports Editor 



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BARBARA HIGGINS 

Staff 



DeSoto 



Since the first publication of the DeSoto "by the 
Senior Class of 1916. the DeSoto has endeavored 
to give its readers a creditable presentation of 
university life in all its facets — individual activities, 
organizations, clubs, sports, and special events. The 
staff under the editorship of Rose Marie McAfee 
has tried to create both a tangible foundation for 
the memories of the year for Memphis State students 
and a public relations medium presenting the uni- 
versitv to others. 





ROSE MARIE McAFEE 
Editor-in-Chief 



LEWIS TROTTER 
Associate Editor 




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RELIGIOUS EDITORS— Joyce Hurst and Ken Moore. 




PHOTOGRAPHER— Gil Michael 




CLASS EDITORS — Pam Fife, Freshman Class; Beverly Young, Junior Class; Ann 
Marie Sammons, Faculty Editor; Katherine Paxenos, Sophomore Class. 




SPORTS EDITORS— Martha Jo Glass, Women's Intramurals; 
Al Hollingsworth; David Farmer, Sports Editor. 





ARTISTS— Alice Upchurch, Kay Tyus, Pam "Wheeler, Kay Ferguson, Elvis Kee, Dotty 
128 Williams. 



GREEK EDITORS— Nell Hall and Marty Bullard. 




Chris Cain, {Catherine McMahon — Features Editor, and 
Jane Ann Faueett 



Larry Rogers, ROTC Editor, and Jackie Hurst 




Jane Cummings — Activities and Personality Editor, Guylene Carter, Miriam 
Slayton, and Jill Ja.ques 





Staff members — Kittye Robbins, Linda Morris, Helene Buderman, 
Felicia Popper, Richard Childers, and Suzanne Bowling 




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Liz Mitchell, Delores Wenzler — Leadership Editor, and Vic 
Robilio — Honoraries Editor 




Carol Schwill — Secretary — and Gene Garland — Copy 
Editor 



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News Bureau 



News about Memphis State University and its stu- 
dents is gathered, written, and mailed to West Ten- 
nessee newspapers and _ radio stations by the News 
Bureau. Journalism students work in the News Bureau 
under the guidance of Al Westland, assistant professor 
of journalism and director of the bureau, and Jimmie 
Covington, MSU senior and student co-ordina'tor of 
the bureau. In addition to serving West Tennessee. 
the News Bureau also sends publicity releases to news- 
papers throughout the 42 states which are represented 
by students at MSU. 




MR. AL WESTLAND 

Director 




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News Bureau: left to right: Tom Holloran; Jimmie Covington, Student Director, and Doug Salmon. 



Public Relations 



Under the direction of Harry Woodbury and student 
direction of Bobby Rauchle. the Public Relations Office 
makes news releases, reports, and many types of informa- 
tion regarding Memphis State available to all the Memphis 
media. The Public Relations office also distributes a 
monthly "Calendar of Events" and handles intra-campus 
public relations between the faculty and various depart- 
ments. 




BOBBY RAUCHLE 

Student Director 



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Phoenix 



The Phoenix, a literary magazine spon- 
sored by the English Department, provides 
an opportunity for undergraduates with 
literary talent to give expression to their 
creativity. Essays, poetry, and short 
stories are accepted for publication. The 
Phoenix was a sacred bird that came 
from the deserts of Arabia to burn it- 
self on the altar at Heliopolis. From its 
own ashes it would arise - new, vigorous 
and more beautiful than it had previously 
been. This event took place every 500 
years, and by this fiery resurrection the 
bird had eternal life. From this never- 
dying mythical bird, the Phoenix was 
derived from the bare remnants of some- 
thing past. 



Joy Patterson, Short Stories Editor, and Ann Peterson, Poetry Editor 



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Social life provides a welcome pause in the academic life of the university student. As enrollment has 
increased over half a century, organizations have been formed to increase the opportunity for social 

outlet. Religious groups have grown from two non-denominational organizations to clubs representing 

almost every faith on campus. Social clubs have grown from a mere handful to dozens and Greek 

organizations are being colonized each year. These organizations have been founded because the 

university realizes they not only promote cooperation among the students, but also teach leadership, 
responsibility, and character building — traits necessary for developing leaders of tomorrow. 















ORGANIZA 









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Sandra Anderson 
Jimie Lynn Bass 
Beverly Black 
Martha Bowen, 
Claire Bozeman 
Vicki Childress 
Joan Clement 
Elaine Covellis 



Kay Crawford 
Pookie Dowd 
Linn Fones 
Janice George 
Ruth Ann Heitner 
Kathy Howland 
Dianne Jetton 
Ellen Jones 



Kay Jones 
Dot Jordan 
Sandra Kendall 
Carol Kinser 
Marthanne Livingston 
Janice Long 
Linda Long 
Martha Longmire 



Joy Lott 
Nancy Madison 
Betty Marshall 
Benita Martin 
Ginger Mothershed 
Jan Nichols 
Sondra Noffell 
Gail O'Donnell 



Venita Peyton 
Joan Ridlehuber 
Gayle Robertson 
Bettye Ross 
Jeannie Rummage 
Judy Rutschman 
Nancy Ryland 
Brenda Sibley 



Alice Smith 
Carolyn Smith 
Venita Smith 
Linda Stanfill 
Phyllis Stanfill 
Zane Tayloe 
Jean Travis 
Sherry Unger 



Vera Sue Van Eaton 
Dianne Waldon 
Kathy Watts 
Linda Webb 
Mary Ann Williams 
Anita Wyninegar 



ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 



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The Alpha Gams had a very busy year. Two members were varsity cheerleaders while one was named 
National Kappa Alpha Rose. Another was a homecoming queen alternate, three members were elected 
to Who's Who, while other members held offices in numerous clubs. Three girls were elected to Angel 
Flight, while the Alpha Gams claimed two fraternity sweethearts. On the social agenda were the Halloween 
party for the crippled children at Les Passees center, the dessert socials for the fraternities, the Snowball, and 
the Christmas party. 






Carrol Ann Smith 
President 



Barbara Delugach 

First Vice Pres. 



Judy Ncuman 
Second Vice Pre 




Kay Valvik 

Treasurer 




Jane Fish 
Corr. Sec. 




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8:00 class! 



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Alpha Gamma Delta was founded on May 30, 1904, at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. It 
was founded on the basis of good scholarship on the part of its members as being an essential for each 
college student. Participation in campus activities has always been urged as of value in developing lead- 
ership, as well as affording a means for a personal contribution to the best in college life. The colors of 
Alpha Gamma Delta are red, buff, and green and the flowers are the red and buff roses. 



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Diane Armour 
Patti Bennett 
Ann Blakenship 
Beverly Brown 
Phyllis Burkhardt 
Marilyn Campbell 
Paula Cloys 
Eleanor Cobb 



Rebecca DeArmond 

Jane Douglass 

Ann Dowling 

Loyce Jean Dunkleberger 

Peggy Dunn 

Lynne Easley 

Jane Fransioli 

Mamie Freeman 



Elaine French 
Brenda Gibson 
Martha Jo Glass 
Marcia Graves 
Barbie Harmer 
Phyllis Ann Harris 
Barbara Higgi-ns 
Suzanne Holt 



Mary Lou Hope 
Mary Lee Hudson 
Jean Huey 
Pat Joyner 
Harriet Keough 
Vicki Key 
Kim Kimberlin 
Saundra Lancaster 



Courtney Langston 
Pam Lee 
Janie L'heureux 
Margaret Lane Lawis 
Martha Martin 
Carolyn Meeks 
Linda Miller 
Kitty Mims 



Jody Moffat 

Jean Ann Morrison 

Judy Nash 

Mary Pera 

Lolita Pew 

Suzy Ramsey 

Ann Rauscher 

Fredricka Robertson 



Carol. Ann Sadler 
Nancy Safley 
Ann Marie Sammons 
Paula Sensing 
Melinda Simpkins 
Brenda Theurer 
Peggy Walters 
Louise Wedluga 



Mim Whipple 
Ann White 
Janie Whitten 
Sallyone Wilson 



ALPHA DELTA PI 



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1961-1962 was another successful year for Alpha Delta Pi. Several members held dormitory offices, stu- 
dent government offices, Tassel membership, Honorary club membership, and various publication offices. 
Other Alpha Delta Pi's were winners and alternates of beauty contests, fraternity sweethearts (one for the 
second consecutive year) and fraternity sweetheart club members. Alpha Delta Pi claimed the Sigma Chi 
Derby Doll and the Scholarship award. Members held their annual fall outing at Shelby Forest, the sum- 
mer workshop at Bear Creek, the annual Hearts and Flowers formal, and worked together on the philan- 
thropic project at Crippled Children's Hospitals. 







And on the wrong side of the door, no 
less! 



Two minutes late. 




Alpha Delta Pi is the oldest national sorority, founded May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan College, Macon, Geor- 
gia. Alpha Delta Pi stands for the high ideals of scholarship, leadership, and service. Alpha Delta Pi's 
live by their creed "I believe that my sorority is more than a ritual or a symbol; that it is a way of life. 
I believe that our motto expresses the true spirt of fraternity; and that by living this motto my life will 
be enriched by true friendships and by unselfish service to mankind. I believe that the privilege of mem- 
bership in Alpha Delta Pi brings the responsibility to do my best in all. I believe that these will lead me 
to achieve a rich and useful life." 



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Pat Amyett 
Christine Blackard 
Judy Blucker 
Sylvia Bounds 
Kay Bourne 
Maxine Boyd 
Nancy Brooks 
Judy Calhoun 



Anna Castens 
Jere Coleman 
Di Cutting 
Joan Donald 
Martha Dunn 
Barbara Ewell 
Sandra Fergueson 
Mary Ann Ford 



Nancy Foster 
Helen Frerichs 
Martha Gallina 
Jeannie Gates 
Gemia George 
Sharon Grantham 
Nell Hall 
Rebecca Hemenway 



Barbara Hines 
Jean Ann Hutson 
Lolita Ireland 
Stella Kee 
Peggy Killough 
Jo Ann Knight 
Betty McBride 
Suzanne McDonald 



Anne McGraw 
Merrill McLean 
Betty Matlock 
June Mays 
Donna Peace 
Margaret Phillips 
Pat Pollard 
Carole Rennegar 



Tresa Ross 
Mary Ann Scott 
Martha Spencer 
Sharon Tanner 
Ann Thompson 
Ileda Tilton 
Judy Timbs 
Janet Tobias 



Betty Tucker 
Peggy Walker 
Betty Wallen 
Carolyn Webb 
LaVonne Wells 
Jo Anne Wilder 
Susanne Wilkins 
Dorothy Williams 



Joy Williams 
Beverly Young 



ALPHA XI DELTA 



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Alpha Xi Delta began an active year by filling its quota with 33 outstanding pledges. The social calen- 
dar was highlighted by an Apple-Polishing Party in honor of the faculty, Fraternity Desserts, and the Quill 
Ball. The Fuzzies worked with children for the prevention of juvenile deliquency. Leadership on campus 
was recognized by three members being placed in Who's Who, girls in four honoraries, officers of many 
campus clubs, Executive Editor and five staff members of the DeSoto, two members on the MSU Volley- 
ball team and capturing the sorority Volleyball trophy for the second consecutive year. 




Patsy Morrison 
President 





Betty Jane Richardson 
Vice President 



Barbara Smith 
Treasurer 




Yes, I plan to be Dean of Women one of these 
days. 



But I always thought grades were based on ability. 




Alpha Xi Delta was organized and established at Lombard College in Galesburg, Illinois, on April 17, 
1893, by ten girls on that campus. Their intent was to bring about more pleasant conditions in their 
own lives and in the lives of all with whom they mingled. There are now 97 national chapters of Alpha 
Xi Delta. Beta Omega chapter was founded on this campus in 1949. The flower of Alpha Xi Delta is the 
pink rose, and its colors are double blue and gold. The pin is a gold quill with the Greek letters Alpha 
Xi Delta in raised and burnished gold on the barbs of the feathers. 



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Pat Agneta 
Betty Allen 
Betty Lou Asbridge 
Jane Bradshaw 
Anita Branan 
Betsy Brown 
Donna Kay Byrd 



Mary Fern Caudill 
Connie Dominioni 
Terry Downs 
Diane Farmer 
Betty Ferree 
Diane Fletcher 
Sue Freels 



Pat Gaba 
Pat Gautreaux 
Beverly Greene 
Edwina Greene 
Dorothy Hardin 
Betty Ann Hill 
Gay Holley 



Carol Howell 
Jill Jaques 
Cathy Keltner 
Kay Key 
Patsy Kirk 
Helen Kirksey 
Barbara Lucas 



Carol Ann Maloney 
Sharon Meacham 
Melody Meeks 
Nancy McKee 
Gail Moore 
Gladys Oakley 
Cheri O'Brian 



Mary Ellen Pagan 
Liz Pierce * 
Bochelle Randlett 
Emmy Rea 
Susan Redmond 
Sherry Robbins 
Pat Sullivan 



Karen Tucker 
Lolann Wamser 
Kay Watts 
Nancy Watts 
Jeanne White 
Lane Wilkinson 
Lorna Wilson 




Betty Winhusen 



GAMMA PHI BETA 



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Gamma Phi Beta opened their social season with Rush activities, followed by their Big and Little Sister 
slumber party, the dessert socials, the Halloween party, Founders' Day Banquet, and the Christmas party. 
The Gamma Phi's also held their annual Crescent Cotillion in the Spring. Gamma Phi Beta campus hon- 
ors included second place in Derby Day, a member named to Who's Who, President of Mynders East 
Dormitory, several members on the DeSoto Staff, a class officer, and various club officers. 




Talk about exchange students 




Gamma Phi Beta was founded November 15, 1871. at Syracuse University at Syracuse, New York. 
It was founded on the ideals of providing a higher spiritual, social, and intellectual culture for every mem- 
ber. The colors are mauve and brown, and the flower is the pink carnation. Installed on campus in March. 
1958, Gamma Alpha Chapter joins with all other chapters in supporting two summer camps for underprivi- 
leged girls. 



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Loreita Arwood 
Judy Austin 
Nancy Bailey 
Gail Barkley 
Gail Bishop 
Sidney Campbell 
Wendy Carrel 
Peg Cherry 
Connie Cochran 



Dottie Davis 
Betty Dillon 
Dee Dotson 
Judy Duke 
JoAnn Edwards 
Glo Ervin 

Marguerite Fransioli 
Kay Ferguson 
Wanza Gooch 



Gail Grill i 

Cherie Hopper 

Joy Humphries 

Helen Imboden 

Martha Jackson 

Mary Katherine Jennings 

Vicki Laney 

Kay Leonard 

Merrill Ann Leslie 



Ann Liberto 
Marilyn Love 
Charlotte Mills 
Liz Mitchell 
Donna Morris 
Georgia Moultrie 
Patricia Moyes 
Mildred Musgrave 
Donna Newman 



Patti Gail Oliver 
Jane O'Neil 
Janet Painter 
Nancy Lee Perry 
Kippy Pollard 
Louise Pollard 
Martha Ann Powell 
Margaret Rogers 
Betsy Sanders 



Thelnia Schwartz 
Linda Seaton 
Susan Shoemaker 
Ann Taylor 
Joan Taylor 
Vicki Vernon 
Delores Wenzler 
Joy Wenzler 
Lael Wiley 



Marilyn Winn 
Sandra Wyatt 



DELTA ZETA 






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Delta Zeta opened their social season with a "Back in the Swing" party, followed shortly by open houses for the 
fraternities, a Christmas party, and their highlight of the year, the Rose Petal Ball. Delta Zeta's actives and 
pledges also joined in giving a Christmas party for the children at the Speech and Hearing Center. 

Among the honors received by Delta Zeta was the Homecoming Trophy for first place in the display division, 
several beauty contest winners, the Sweetheart of Lambda Chi Alpha, one member placed on Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities, and the treasurer of the Senior Class. Delta Zeta is also represented in the 
Religious Council. Orchesis, the Crescent Girls. Alpha Lambda Delta and other honoraries. 






Donna Dickcn9 
President 



Cathie Macdonald Jean Young 

First Vice President Second Vice President 




Marie Irvin 
Treasurer 




Beverly Loeffell 
Recording Secretary 




How much do you think this one will bring? 




Delta Zeta was founded at Miami University in Oxford. Ohio, in 1903. It was installed at Memphis State 
in 1947. The purpose behind Delta Zeta's founding was to unite its members in bonds of sincere and last- 
ing friendship, to promote the moral, social, and intellectual culture of members, and to develop plans for 
guidance and unity in action. The colors of Delta Zeta are Old Rose and Vieux Green and its flower is 
the Killarney Rose. 



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Ann Barbour 
Judy Bee 
Kay Brothers 
Beverly Brown 
Connie Brown 
Beverly Burkett 



Mary Estelle Douglas 
Babe Goad 
Becky Goodwin 
Lynn Greenhaw 
Gail Grimes 
Virginia Hale 



Patsy Hall 

Delaine Hamby 
Sally Jennings 
Kay Kelly 
Nancy Kennon 
Ruby Kisner 



Elizabeth Larsen 
Georgia McAmis 
Sally McGregor 
Linda McComus 
Scottye McPheeters 
Bobbie Morrow 



Beverly Nelson 
Lea Anna Nichels 
Pat Robinson 
Connie Stewart 
Caroline Stratman 
Suzanne Stratman 



Carol Stubbs 
Sylvia Thayer 
Carolyn Thome 
Rosalee Thornton 



PI BETA PHI 



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During its first semester at Memphis State, Phi Beta Phi has a long list of accomplishments. One mem- 
ber was chosen sweetheart of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and second alternate to the Homecoming Queen. After 
an outstanding fall rush followed by pledge service and big and little sister activities, Angel Flight claimed 
several Pi Phis as members. In the Spring were the formal and work on the National Philanthropy project. 






Sally Hinklc 
President 



Ella Doyle 
Vice President 



Barbara Capooth 
Treasurer 




I was sent abroad. 




Pi Beta Phi was the first national college fraternity for women to be founded at Bonmouth College on 
April 27. 1867. From this beginning. Pi Phi has become an international fraternity with 108 chapters. 
Realizing that the fraternity should serve others than its own, Pi Beta Phi built a grammar school, an 
accredited high school, a hospital, and an Arrow Craft Shop at Gatlinburg, Tennessee, now internationally 
known. Pi Beta Phi, with 70.000 members, stands for excellence in character, leadership, and scholarship. 



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Beverly Baruchman 
Helene Buderman 
Nadolyn Edelson 
Harriet Friener 



Sherry Fries 
Annette Gordon 
Judy Kaplan 
Beverly Makowsky 



Linda Morris 
Charlene Newman 
Felicia Popper 
Shirley Sher 



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Pat Weiner 



SIGMA DELTA TAU 



146 



The Sigma Delta Tau's launched a successful rush program on its first year at Memphis State. High- 
lighting the early social events of the year was a Thanksgiving Party which included a pledge skit. Period- 
ical dinner meetings throughout the year proved to be both interesting and enjoyable. Among other ac- 
tivities the Sigma Delta Tau's also found time to take an active part in the volleyball league. 





Harriet Freiner 
President 



Charlene Newman 
Vice President 




Pat Weiner 
Treasurer 



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Beverly Baruchman 
Secretary 




Which one did you want? 



Just 12,396 to go. 




Founded at Cornell University in March, 1917, Sigma Delta Tau now boasts thirty-nine chapters across the country. 
The Alpha Phi Chapter was organized on Memphis State's campus July 4, 1961. Their purpose is to promote 
sisterhood, scholarship, and friendship. In trying to fulfill these goals, the local chapter has participated in various 
cultural and social activities. The sorority flower is the golden Tea Rose and the colors are cafe au lait and old 
blue. 



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Marilou Adler 
Wynne Agnew 
Judy Arnhart 
Dottie Baker 
Billie Jean Baxter 
Harriet Bishop 
Diana Bradberry 
Jo Cablcr 



Carol Caldwell 
Judy Caplenor 
Guylene Carter 
Nancy Clift 
Linda Lou Coughlin 
Brenda Cox 
Carol Cox 
Diane Crone 



Gloria Davis 
Donna Derryberry 
Carol Durby 
Mary Ann Eikner 
Donna Essary 
Jane Ann Faucett 
Diane Fellows 
Pam Fife 



Patty Futrell 
Jo Ellen Gallman 
Judy Hall 
Joan Harris 
Jo Hill 
Vicki Holt 
Shirley Jackson 
Brenda Jones 



Joy King 
Susan Koch 
Kathy Lassiter 
Linda McDaniel 
Roberta McDaris 
Janice Moore 
Ann Naylor 
Carol Niernsee 



Patsy Orr 
Marilyn Phillips 
Beverly Prather 
Patti Ray 
Judy Schutt 
Sandra Shaw 
Bonnie Slocum 
Kay Smith 



Linda Starr 
Nancy Taylor 
Alice Turner 
Nicki Wagster 
Rita Weeks 
Janice Willcox 
Joanne Wooten 
Ann Voss 



SIGMA KAPPA 



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Included in Sigma Kappa's social calendar this year were a big-little sister banquet, open houses for the 
fraternities, a Christmas party, a "Toyland" party given in honor of the pledges, and the annual Spring 
Formal. Sigma Kappa's also gave their time to philanthropies by singing carols at the Shelby County Home 
and giving a party for the underprivileged girls at Girl's Club. Sigma Kappa was well represented on 
campus with seven members in Angel Flight, four cheerleaders, two majorettes, associate editor of the Tiger 
Rag, associate editor of the DeSoto, and two girls elected to Who's Who. They are also represented in the 
SGA. Supreme Court, Debate Squad, and various honoraries and have several beauty contest winners. 






Nancy Fowler 
President 



Betty Dunavant 
First lice President 



Barbara Franklin 
Second Vice President 




Elinor Kelley 
Treasurer 





Katherine McMahon 
Recording Secretary 



99 and 44/100% pure— it floats! 



And these must be the Lennon sisters. 




Sigma Kappa was founded in Waterville, Maine, at Colby College in 1874. Its five founders' idea was 
to unite its members in a bond of sincere friendship for the development of character and the promotion 
of social and intellectual culture. Sigma Kappa now comprises over 100 chapters in the United States 
with a total membership of over 32,000. Beta Xi chapter was organized on Memphis State's campus in 
1947. The colors of Sigma Kappa are lavender and maroon and the violet was selected as the national 
flower. The pin is in the shape of a triangle, outlined by crown pearls with the Greek letter K in gold 
embedded in a maroon background in the center. 



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Adrienne Adler 
Carmine Baker 
Shirley Bennett 
Barbara Boone 
Ginger Branham 
Barbara Brewer 
Mary Elizabeth Brock 
Rita Burks 



Ann Marie Chiozza 
Joan Cooper 
Linda Crocker 
Jane Cumraings 
Barbara Fant 
Diane Frizzell 
Bcttye Jean Garrett 
Martha Gates 



Carolyn Grant 
Nancy Greaves 
Sandra Green 
Mary Frances Griffith 
Dianne Hamilton 
Bonnie Harmon 
Portia Harris 
Janet Hatley 



Mary Ann Hayles 
Maris Holmes 
Barbara Hopper 
Sophie Huie 
Judith Kemp 
Judy LaForge 
Patsy McFarland 
Sue McNeil 



Judy Manspeaker 
Linda Millwood 
Ellen Nash 
Dian Neese 
Judy Nobles 
Fran Noonan 
Brenda Pace 
Dauris Parker 



Shirley Richardson 
Mary Margaret Roberts 
Betty Gail Schaeffer 
Carol Schneider 
Miriam Slayton 
Susan Smith 
Sharon Solomito 
Dare Spalding 



Kay Spalding 
Ruth Spalding 
Brenda Stiles 
Laura Strickland 
Jayne Tribble 
Carol Weir 
Marilyn Word 
Nancy Wray 



Betty Zorzoli 






PHIMU 






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Phi Mu was happy to include among its members the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Two were chosen as 
majorettes, and two more were picked for Angel Flight. Homecoming gave Phi Mu Homecoming Queen 
and second place in the display division. Members were also active in SGA legislature, as Freshman Class 
treasurer, and in Orchesis. Pledges won Sigma Chi Derby Day for the second consecutive year. Philan- 
thropic work included a Halloween party for the Crippled Children's Hospital. Parties included those given 
by the pledges and the Mardi Gras Ball. 






Glenna Boales 
President 



Cynthia Koriulorffer 
Vice President 



Florence Ann Bell 
Treasurer 




Suzanne Rothrock 
Secretary 




Mazie McNeil 
Rush Chairman 




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Society. Three important founders of the sorority are Mary DuPont Lions, Mary Myrick Daniel, and 
Martha Hardaway Redding. Thousands of women today wear the gold and black badge of Phi Mu, which 
signifies their pledge to uphold the high ideals of enduring friendships, loyalty to their college and frater- 
nity, high scholarship, and service to others. 



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Robert Adams 
Lonnie Alexander 
Adam Ballinger 
William Barker 
Reed Baskin 
Arnold Bull 
Mike Callihan 
Bert Canfield 
Ray Chandler 



Bud Colby 
David Crockett 
Carl Cutting 
John Delius 
Don Doyle 
James Ferguson 
Ronald Finch 
Bruce Fitzpatrick 
James Gann 



John Glover 
Jimmy Grogan 
James Hastings 
Cecil Hearn 
Brooks Hill 
James Hobson 
Huey Holden 
Roger Hopper 
Thomas Horton 



Baird Jones 
Wayne Kenner 
Chuck Kown 
Craig Laman 
Mike Long 
Lynn Lowery 
Larry Lucas 
James McCarver 
Jerry Mahoney 



Lewis Martin 
Robert Martin 
Robert Meeks 
John Michael 
Lee Mixon 
Douglas Morris 
Frank Morris 
James Murphy 
Patrick Nichol 



Harold Nobles 
Douglas Nunnery 
Samuel O'Daniel 
David Peck 
Roy Peddy 
John Pepin 
Richard Pittman 
Lynn Pouncey 
Charles Price 



Robert Quarles 
David Rieke 
James Robbins 
Carney Smith 
Charles Stone 
William Stubblefield 
James Tooke 
William Vescovo 
Jerry Wagley 



James Warren 
John Washington 
Samuel Wiley 
Robert Williams 
Roger Williams 
Charles Willingham 
William Young 



KAPPA ALPHA 






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Kappa Alpha began the fall semester with another successful rush preceded by the Memphis State 
chapter sweetheart, Diane Jetton, winning the honor of national Kappa Alpha Rose. One brother led 
the SGA, while other KA's represented their fraternity in athletics, campus organizations, and intramural 
championships. Kappa Alpha places special emphasis on the scholastic achievements of its members. In 
keeping with their well-rounded fraternity program, the Kappa Alpha's social functions include: pledge par- 
ties, hayrides. open houses, Old South Ball, Black and White Ball, and the Sharecropper's Ball. 






Charles Dwyer 
President 



Charles Cates 
Vice President 



Mike Hopper 

Treasurer 




Gary Rutherford 
Recording Secretary 






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Corresponding Secretary 





Kappa Alpha Rose 
DIANE JETTON 



Take down that #&" Yankee flag! 




The founding of Kappa Alpha Order took place at Washington College (now Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity) in December, 1865. Its spiritual founder, Robert E. Lee, began the order's purposes of instilling 
qualities of chivalry, honor, reverence, and humility. Since its beginning, Kappa Alpha has grown to 
ninety-two chapters and includes seventy thousand members. Its traditional territory includes the section 
"from the Old North State to the Golden Gate, from New Orleans to Baltimore." Gamma Gamma chap- 
ter was established at Memphis State in 1948. 



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Ralph Anderson 
Dudley Atkinson 
Sam Bacherig 
John Barger 
Buster Barron 
Fred Beacham 



Wayne Burkhead 
Jerry Calhoun 
David Coleman 
Jimmy Duffel 
Burney Duncan 
Bill Gish 



Steve Good 
Steward Good 
Bill Griffith 
Frank Hiatt 
Herman Higgins 
Melvin Hill 



Harris Hollings worth 
Ed Humphreys 
Raoul Hurley 
Jimmy Madden 
Everett Medling 
Martin Michael 



Henry Oliver 
David O'Mara 
Bill Partrige 
Bobby Scanland 
John Shute 
Dickie Smith 



Bobby Jack Talley 
Reede Taylor 
David Todd 




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A new house for the Kappa Sigs was the start of a wonderful year. After attending the Convention 
in Portland, Oregon, they returned to work on a very successful rush. Homecoming efforts were rewarded 
by third place honors. Kappa Sigma was well represented in intramurals. 

Foremost among campus honors were wing commander of the AFROTC and vice president of Arnold 
Air Society. 




Come in and meetour 18-year-old housemother. 







The Kappa Sigma fraternity began as a secret society founded in the early fifteenth century at the 
University of Bologna in Europe. It was not until 1869 that the modern American branch was brought into 
its present existence on the campus of the University of Virginia. There are now 128 chapters throughout 
the United States and Canada; the Epsilon Pi Chapter at Memphis State was established in 1950. The 
traditional colors are scarlet, white, and emerald green. The flower is the lily-of-the-valley. 



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Dave Baker 
Joe Bartlett 
Walter Bolton 
Rex Brasher 
Bobby Byars 
Jerry Caldwell 
Jerry Caudel 



Don Christian 
Rodney Clark 
Don Davis 
Randall Ferguson 
Don Freeman 
Steve Gatlin 
Charles Gilliand 



Gordon Glass 
Eddie Halbert 
Jimmy Hartley 
Randy Holcomb 
Jimmy Hooper 
Mike Hopper 
Johnny Huey 



Wayne Jones 
Charles LaRue 
Larry Lassiter 
Craig Leake 
William Lee 
Jay Lunsford 
Jimmy Lynch 



Bobby Martin 
Tommy May 
Dennis Medford 
Danny McAdams 
Richard McBride 
Tom McEwen 
Edward Orio 



Tom Perry 
Buster Price 4 
Zack Rouschall 
Dale Saunders 
Grover Schleifer 
Leslie Scruggs 
Ken Stalls 



Roy Stanley 
Johnson Waiton 
Jim Waldron 
Bob Warren 
Wayne Williams 
Mr. Spindler 
Faculty Advisor 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



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The men of Lambda Chi Alpha have among their number the President of IFC, President of the Fresh- 
man Class, Vice President of the Sophomore Class, and one member of Who's Who. They also won First 
Place in Homecoming displays this year with their clever "Still the Wildcats." Other members are in the 
SGA, the University Band, on the staff of the Tiger Rag, and one member was chairman of All Sing. 
On the social side, the Lambda Chi's hold the Harvest Moon Ball, Mistletoe Ball, Artists and Models Ball, 
the Founder's Day Formal and many informal gatherings. 




Stanley Werner 
President 



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David McMUlen 
Vice-President 




Ben Week9 
Treasurer 




Bill Moody 
Secretary 





Lanny Vaughn 
Rush Chairman 



Sweetheart 
JOY HUMPHRIES 



But, mom, he followed me home! 




The Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity was founded in 1909 at Boston University by an enterprising group of 
young law students. Since this modest beginning, Lambda Chi has become the third largest fraternity in America. 
Today there are 153 chapters distributed throughout the United States and Canada. The purpose of Lambda Chi 
is to instill within its members the very substance of a well-rounded character. The foremost ideals of Lambda Chi 
are Christianity, patriotism, morality, loyalty, truth, justice, honor, industry, learning, and fraternity . . . the spirit 
of brotherhood. 



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Don Autry 
Fentress Baker 
Billy Banks 
Jerry Barber 
Trice Barber 
Carman Bell 
Ken Blalack 
Allen Brewer 
Bill Brock 



Paul Buchignani 
Melvin Burkelow 
Bland Burkhardt 
Harvey Carter Jr. 
Ricbard Childers 
Jerry Conrad 
Jerry Cowles 
Jim Curlin 
Doug Curry 



Lee Davidson 
Phil Devore 
Sam Dino 
Tom Duscoe 
Charles Emerick 
David Estile 
Dave Farmer 
David Grant 
Larry Griffith 



Lee Harber 
Butch Hardwick 
Tom Holloran 
Wayne Johnson 
Dave Kaiser 
Hugh Keenan 
Ed Kenny 
Al Karstins 
Lin Lawrence 



Bob Long 
Jim Long 
Allan McAdams 
Joe McCormack 
Scott McSpadden 
Pat Maher 
Russell Mank 
Ashley Martin 
Eric Matheson 



Carl Mays 
Jerry Mitchell 
Robert Mitchell 
Alex Moore 
Jim Moore 
Kenneth Moore 
Conkey Neville 
Peanuts Northern 
Charles Nowlin 



Merrill Parks 
Doug Pera 
Charles Petty 
Dave Purdue 
Jerry Renfrow 
Barry Rogers 
Jim Ryland 
Tim Skaarer 
Tom Solomon 



Jimmy Spigener 
Tommy Stephenson 
Costa Taras 
Jim Trammel 
Lewis Trotter 
Byron Walters 
Jimmy Wood 
Tommy Wood 
Jimmy Woodard 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 



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Rush, starting the Pikes on another successful year, was quickly followed by the winning of the second- 
place trophy in the fraternity division of Homecoming displays. Pike leadership on campus was displayed 
by Presidents of the Senior Class, Cub Club, Tau Kappa Alpha, Chi Beta Phi, the Pre-Legal Society, Pi 
Sigma Epsilon, and vice president of the SGA, Associate Editor of the DeSoto, and Business Manager of 
the Tiger Rag. Social life is highlighted by the annual Senior Outing and the dream Girl Ball along 
with numerous Pikette and informal gatherings. 




Pete Pinckney 
President 



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Jim Young 
Vice President 




Frank Reid 

Treasurer 




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Jackie Hurst 

Secretary 




Mickey Van Hoozer 
Rush Captain 




Dream Girl 
BRENDA THEURER 



I'm sure we could make it to the Desert Inn before one o'clock. 




Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was founded at the University of Virginia in 1868. Its ideal is to establish 
brotherhood on a firm and lasting basis. Delta Zeta Chapter, the first local fraternity to go national, was 
installed in 1947. The colors of Pi Kappa Alpha are Garnet and Gold, and the flower is the Lily of the 
Valley. The Pikes attempt to carry out the ideals and goals of their founders through their scholarship, 
leadership, and social activities on campus. 



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Jim Addington 
Phil Arnoult 
Mike Arnoult 
Lloyd Ashley 
Willaim Baker 
David Beach 
Borden Bell 
Jerry Bell 
Dennis Biodrowski 



Andy Calhoun 
Kenneth Carina ck 
Charles Clark 
Woodrow Cook 
Johnny Crawford 
Jimmy Cruthirds 
Bill Dotson 
Billy Dover 
Spence Dupree 



Johnny Erwin 
Bill Evans 
Ned Fallat 
William Felts 
Paul Ferguson 
Robert Gaskill 
David Gibson 
Jack Gwaltney 
Rob Hale 



Ralph Hamilton 
Lee Harrell 
John Huggins 
Bill Hunt 
Jamie Isaac- 
Stan Jolley 
Ewing Keith 
Nard King 
Johnny Kirkland 



Don Kirkpatrick 
David Lambert 
Joel Laney 
Kenny Lewis 
Russell Lindsey 
Richard Lucas 
Bill Martin 
Jerry Manhein 
Lawrance Migliara 



Robert Montgomery 
Hugh Morrow 
Ed Murphey 
Ruffner Marray 
Chip Neville 
Punky Newman 
Bill Oury 
Calvin Ozier 
Walter Padgett Jr. 



George Painter 
Roy Patterson 
Larry Joe Pence 
Bill Pounds 
Taylor Richardson 
Jack Rochelle 
David Sallee 
Dick Salmon 
Rob Sanders 



Robert Sanford 
Wallace Schoettelkotte 
William Simmons 
Glenn Sipe 
Tommy Sippel 
Bob Smith 
Manis Smith 
Roddy Smith 
Frank Stalcup 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 






Sigma Alpha Epsilon led Delta Kappa, senior men's honorary, by being elected to the offices of president, vice 
president, and treasurer. Other presidencies included: Tau Kappa Alpha, Young Republicans, Sock and Buskin, 
and the Sophomore Class. Other SAE's served as vice president of IFC and chairman of the United Independent 
Party. Several took part on the Varsity Debate Team and others participated in all varsity athletic teams. 



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Frank Flautt 

Eminent Archon 



Jim Kee 

Eminent Deputy Archon 



Ralph Tipton 
Eminent Recorder 




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Tommy Strawn 

Bob Swords 

Andy Ta'ttim 

Bill Tatum 

Gordon Lee Thompson 



Jimmy Thompson 
Tommy Thornton 
Jack Tobias 
Butch Travis 
Bill Tyson 



Johnny Vaughn 
Noell Vawter 
Frank Wesson 
Bob West 
Keith Wilkins 




Sweetheart 
MARY ANNE HOLLOWAY 



D wight Williams 
John T. Williams 
Jerry Williamson 
Burke Wilson 
Don Zanone 








Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded March 9, 1856, at the University of Alabama. Since that time 
SAE has established 143 chapters, with a total membership of over 110,000. The Tennessee Sigma chap- 
ter was installed at MSU on November 19, 1953. The fraternity was previously known as Phi Alpha fra- 
ternity, which was composed of SAE transfers from other colleges and universities. 



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SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



Socially, the Sig Ep's have always been prominent at MSU. Sig Eps feel costume parties are most im- 
portant in the social life of their brothers. Among their principal masquerade activities are the "49'ers," 
"Gay Parisienne," and "Buccaneer" parties. The crowning achievement of the school social calendar and 
of all the spring activities is the "Queen of Hearts Ball," one of the most beautiful formals on campus. 



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Dale Wintroath 
President 



Ron Rainey 

Vice President 



Ray Hawkins 
Comptroller 




Olympic Drinking Team — '54. 




Sigma Phi Epsilon has, in all its sixty years, represented brotherhood and will continue to do so, con- 
stantly improving and reflecting campus spirit. SPE is proud of being the oldest organization on cam- 
pus. Locally, it was founded in 1913 and was known as the Seymour Allen Mynders Local Fraternity. 
On April 2, 1949, SPE went national and became the Tennessee Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon, for 
SPE exemplified the fraternal ideas and Christian brotherhood consistent with the local concepts. 



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Bill Butler 
Bill Cannon 
Guy Carter 
Ed Ganoung 
Jim Grooms 



Errol Hendriz 

Harris Humphreys 
Orren Lax 
John Letch worth 
Bob Lewis 



Bill Lovell 
Jim Moore 
Tracy Norville 
Charles Olds 
Jim Phillips 



Mike Robinson 
Danny Scott 
Bill Scroggins 
John Simpson 
John Slack 



Jim Thompson 
Guy Van Dell 
Jim Wadell 
Jim Waller 



SIGMA CHI 






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Epsilon Kappa Chapter of Sigma Chi began the year with the acquisition of a new house at 3582 Myn- 
ders Avenue. The house accommodates twenty members and "Mom" Taylor, house mother. The Chap- 
ter's spirit is displayed by active participation in the intramurals. The fraternity is honored to have lead- 
ership in many organizations on campus such as Student Government, Interfraternity Council, Delta Kappa, 
Phi Delta Kappa, and AFROTC. Others took part in the Social Science Club, Student Education Asso- 
ciation, Sock and Buskin, band, football, baseball, and track. The highlight of the many social events is the 
Sweetheart Ball. 





Johnny King 
President 



Edward Turner Ricky Nash 

Vice-President Associate Editor 




Danny Jcnkin9 
Secretary 




Jim Underhill 
Historian 




Which one are you going to bet on? 




Sigma Chi was founded on June 28. 1855, at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. This makes Sigma Chi the 
oldest fraternity with a chapter at Memphis State. At the present time Sigma Chi has 134 chapters with 93,000 
initiates. "Life" magazine in a feature article on the fraternity said, "Sigma Chi ranks as one of the biggest, 
oldest, and most solid of all fraternities." The world-famous song. "The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi," is another 
of their assets. 



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The first round of parties 





The BIG MOMENT 



An afternoon at the Peabody 



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GREEK 
LIFE 





Rush Registration 




Fraternity Open House 



Waiting for the next party 




The Hour of Decision 



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Sorority pledges participate in Derby Day games. 




'Twas the night before Homecoming. 





The gratifying side of Greek life — helping others. 



I 70 Sorority members work together on a project. 




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Julia Anderson 
Janice Atkins 
Diana Baker 
LeNelle Beegle 
Bonnie Burns 



Ruth Colvin 
Karin Cook 
Mary Dodson 
Gloria Dotson 
Martha Emigh 



Eleanor Gaines 
Judy Gibbs 
Rita Jo Glaser 
Linda Jordan 
Beckv Lawrimore 



Becky Patterson 
Lajuanna Prock 

Madge Sheesley 
Anita Temple 
Paggy Vance 



Sue Wollard 



PHI GAMMA NU 



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This year the Sigma chapter of Phi Gamma Nu played host for the National Convention. This was fol- 
lowed quickly by a very successful rush, and then came the long hours of work on homecoming. The Big 
and Little Sister party was a precedent to the surprise dinner for the pledges. At Christmas, the Phi 
Gamma Nu's held their Christmas Dinner Dance at the Athletic Club. Among the honors received by 
members were several members in Tassel, one was elected to Who's Who, one was in SGA, and others held 
various school offices. The highlight of the social season was the Moonlight and Roses Ball, along with the 
senior luncheon and the Mother and Daughter Tea. 






Kay Waldon 
President 



Barbara Townsend 
First Vice President 



Martha Boone 
Second Vice President 





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Charlene Hindman 
Treasurer 






CLAMDCE 

MEMPHIS 



Anita Woods 
Secretary 





National award received at the convention 



Is there a doctor in the house? 



Phi Gamma Nu, a national professional sorority in commerce, was founded at Northwestern University 
in Chicago, Illinois, in 1924. Sigma Chapter was installed at Memphis State in 1951. The aims and ideals 
of the sorority are to promote a standard of high scholarship, to encourage participation in school activities, 
to further interest in civic and professional enterprises, and to bind the members into closer friendship and 
loyalty. The sorority's colors are cardinal red and gold. The flower is the red rose. 



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Jim Adams, Jr. 
Bill Allred 
Hugh Blackard 
Sidney D. Bobo 
Tom Campbell 
Garland Castleberrv 



Paul A. Clift 
Paul H. Cockrill 
Merritt Crenshaw 
John Crockett 
Charles K. Easterwood 
George Floyd 



Sherman Franklin 
Bob Gaither 
Dan Gibbon 
Leslie Harter 
Jerry W. Haynie 
Jack Logan 



John Long 
Jim Moffatt 
Robert Neal 
David Parker 
J ere Perry 
David Price 



Tom Sawyer 
Elwood Small 
Troy Stuckey 
Ken Talbert 
Jim Tansey 
Jim Thompson 



Robert Vaughn 



DELTA SIGMA PI 






Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to 
encourage scholarship, social activity, and the association of students for their mutual advancement by 
research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, 
and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare 
of the community. 



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The International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi was founded on November 7, 1907, at New York Uni- 
versity. It now ranks thirteenth in size among social and professional fraternities combined. It is the third 
largest professional fraternity in the world, composed of 108 collegiate chapters, 37 alumni clubs, and 
over 50,000 members. Gamma Zeta chapter was organized on the Memphis State University campus on 
April 9, 1949. The flower is the rose. 



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James Adams 
John Can field 
Paul Clift 
Paul Cockrill 
Don Coffey 



Gordon Crook. 
Phil Devore 
Wayne Evans 
Gene Giannini 
Edward Gilpin 



Mike Hopper 
Wayne Johnson 
Jerome Kaplan 
Wayne Kenner 
Cecil Lamberson 



John Leflar 
Bob Lewis 
Lynn Lowery 
Steve Murray 
Douglas Nunnery 



Billy Owens 
Richard Pittman 
Larry Rathheim 
Gary Rutherford 
John Schlee 



Harry Talbott 
Bill Vescovo 
Max Wagerman 
Ronald Woodward 
James Earl Wright 






PI SIGMA EPSILON 



Kappa Chapter is sponsored by the Memphis Sales Executive Club. Kappa Chapter sponsors "Opera- 
tion-Cet-Together," a mass meeting with interested employers, and the Graduate Brochure, which presents 
qualifications and pictures of all School of Business graduates. Undergraduate members are students with 
a major or minor in Business Administration, including courses which will qualify them for careers in 
marketing, salesmanship and sales management. 



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Vic Robilio 
President 



Pete Pickney 

First Vice President 



Glenn Harrison 
Second Vice President 




Jack Loyan 
Secretary 




John Shute 
Treasurer 




We'll take one cup and eight straws. 



Kappa chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon was installed April 26, 1958, at Memphis State University. Charter 
memhers consisted of nineteen professional men, five faculty members, and fifty-six undergraduates. The 
purpose of Pi Sigma Epsilon is to bring together academically qualified students who express a desire to 
enter the fields of marketing, selling, and sales management, and to create a collegiate brotherhood among 
them. The fraternity strives to encourage colleges and universities to establish courses preparing men for 
careers in marketing, selling, and sales management and works to stimulate improved methods and tech- 
niques in these fields. Members are encouraged to strive for the highest possible ethical standards of the 
profession. 



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Edwin Keahey 
President 



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BUI Bradford 
Vice President 



Ken Carter 
Secretary- 




Jim McKinley 

Treasurer 





Joe Kebschule 
Historian 




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Jim Coburn 
Riley Colvin 



Johnny Cox 

Ray Dorsett 



Walter Drissel 
Allen Hightower 



James Keyes 
Charles Kin" 



Richard LaCroix 
Michael Leech 
Frank Masserano 
Joseph Morton 
Charles Parham 
Aubrey Poston 



William Pugh 
Joe Sills 

Jeddie Springfield 
Walter Tillman 
Harold White 



PHI MU ALPHA 






National Sinfonia Fraternity of America was founded October 6, 1898, at the New England Conservatory of Music, 
Boston, Massachusetts. Theta Rho chapter at Memphis State was founded on May 20, 1959. The goals of the fraternity 
are to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, to 
develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. Special activities 
of the chapter include the Glee Club, Two Men's Quartettes, Dance Band, Brass Ensemble, and Wood Wind Ensemble. A 
music scholarship program has been introduced this year for the first time. 



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Student Government 
Association 



Members elected from the student body, representing 
all the schools and colleges of the University, compose 
the Student Government Association. The organization is 
patterned after the democratic processes of our national 
government, with separation of powers into Legislative, 
Executive, and Judicial branches. The primary goal of 
the SGA is to act as a mediator between the student body 
and the administration. The members work to further 
student activities and to create and promote interest in 
student affairs. 




Jimmy Adams, President 





Al Hollingsworth, Vice President 



Ann Blankenship, Secretary 



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Supreme Court 




The Supreme Court reviews an election protest. 




The Judicial Branch of the Student Government is known as the Supreme 
Court. It is composed of five students, three seniors, two juniors, and two 
faculty members. This court has the duty of preserving, protecting, and 
defending the Constitution of the SGA at Memphis State. It has the final 
decision of any appeal regarding Constitutionality. All hearings are open 
to the public. Deliberations in voting are conducted in private among the 
justices, and the results are announced in open session. 



Chief Justice 
Patsy Morrison 







Junior Justice 
Allan McAdams 



Senior Justice 
Gail Grilli 



Senior Justice 
Richard McMahon 



Junior Justice 
Nancy Taylor 



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Freshman 
Class Officers 



President 
Craig Leake 

Vice President 
Johnny Dougherty 

Secretary- 
Carol Kinser 

Representative 
Ann Voss 



Sophomore 
Class Officers 



President 
Bordy Bell 

Treasurer 

Carol Ann Howell 

Secretary- 
Mary Francis Griffith 

Vice President 
Leslie Scruggs 




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Junior 
Class Officers 



President 

Wermund Sugg 
Secretary 

Jo Cabler 
Treasurer 

Carolyn Grant 
Vice President 

Tommy Cates 





Senior 
Class Officers 



Secretary 

Brenda Theurer 
President 

Richard Brackhahn 
Treasurer 

Beverly Loeffel 



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Panhellenic 
Council 



The Panhellenic Council is an organization composed of three 
delegates from each of the nine national sororities on campus. 
This council acts as a governing body, regulating sorority affairs. 
The members work together to formulate fair rules for rush, 
intramurals, scholarship awards, All Sing, and Delta Zeta Follies. 
An annual Panhellenic Workshop is held, with members of every 
sorority meeting to plan activities and projects for the coming year. 



Nancy Ryland, President 




Panhellenic Delegates: Sealed, left to right: Nancy Taylor, vice pres., Sigma Kappa. Nancy Ryland, pres., Alpha Gamma Delta. Jean Young, 
sec*y-. Delta Zeta. Judy Blucker, treas., Alpha Xi Delta. Second row: Martha Bowen, Carol Ann Smith, Alpha Gamma Delta. Jane Whitten, 
Phyllis Harris, Elaine Johnston, Alpha Delta Pi. Ginger Branham, Glenna Boales, Carmen Baker, Phi Mu. Donna Dickens, Joy Humphries, 
Delta Zeta. Third row: Brenda Cox, Sigma Kappa. Karen Tucker, Gamma Phi Beta. Helene Buderman, Linda Morris, Sigma Delta Tau. 
Sally Hinkle, Delaine Hamby, Linda McComas, Phi Beta Pi. 



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Interfraternity 
Council 



The Interfraternity Council serves as a co-ordinating, regulating, 
and governing body of the nine social fraternities on campus. 
Three representatives from each fraternity comprise the council. 
It is the responsibility of the IFC to work toward the furthering 
of better relations between the fraternity system and the Univer- 
sity. Supervision of rush, intramural sports participation, main- 
taining high scholarship, and planning the annual Greek Week are 
some of the major activities of the IFC. 




Stanley Werner, President 




A group of Interfraternity delegates discuss rules for forecoming Rush Week. Left to right: Bill Lewis, Sigma Chi. John King, Sigma Chi. 
Stanley Werner, Lambda Chi Alpha. Gordon Gruen, Alpha Epsilon Pi. 



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Mrs. Freeman, Hostess; Mrs. Pratt, Assistant Hostess of Scates Hall. Seated left, 
Witt Pratt, right, Kelley Pratt, little brother and sister to the girls of Scates Hall. 



Mrs. St. John, Panhellenic hostess 



Hostesses 





Left to right: Mrs. Quest, Assistant Hostess, Mrs. May, Hostess of West 
Hall, Freshman Dorm. 



Left to right: Mrs. Test, Assistant Hostess, Mrs. Lee, Hostess of Mynders 
East, Upperclassman Dorm. 



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Dorm 
Counselors 



And best of all, dorm life is conducive to study? 




WEST HALL COUNSELORS: Left to right: Carmine Baker, Peggy Dunn, Barbara 
Capooth, Judy Gibbs, Jimmy Ann Ray, Mamie Freeman. 




MYNDERS EAST COUNSELORS: Seated, left to right: Martha Jo Glass, Alice Smith, Nancy Watts, president, Emilie Baddour, 
vice president, and Georgia Moss. Second row: Dean McGee, Faye Boatman, Mary Ann Dill, Barbara Smith. 



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SCATES HALL COUNSELORS: Seated, left to right: Freida 
Oswalt, Beth Gaines, Elinor Kelley, president, Dianne Stephenson, 
vice president. Second row: Sandra Dudley, Lea Anna Nichols, 
Patsy McKinney, Kay Sargent. 



The trying part of dorm life — the phone line. 




WEST HALL SENATORS: Left 
Mary Estelle Douglass, MeLinda 
Betty Gail Forrester. 



to right: Kay Tatum, Sheri Corea, Patty Futrell, Venita Smith, Kim Kimberlain, Jane Douglass, 
Luck. Second row: Scottie McPheeters, Rosalee Thorton, Jean Huey, Delores Shelton, Pat Nuwell, 



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NORTH HALL MONITORS: Front row: Spence Depree. Second row: Dick 
Griffith, Jimmy Hastings, President, and Lee Harold. Third row: Giff 
Edgerton, Boh Lewis, and Bill Scroggins. 




All the comforts of home! 



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Honoraries 







Bama Coleman 
Treasurer 



Carol Caldwell 
President 



Janelle Hearington 
Vice President 



Anniece Tarver 
Secretary 



Alpha Lambda Delta 

Alpha Lambda Delta, national honorary for freshman women, was installed on this campus in 1958. 
It provides stimulation, development, and recognition of scholarship among first-year women and encour- 
ages further high scholastic attainment throughout the remainder of their university life. To be eligible 
for membership, a student must have a 3.5 average for her freshman year. 

Honorary members include Mrs. Velma Heatherly, Dr. Elizabeth Phillips, Dean Flora Rawls, Dr. Dorothy 
Seay. and Miss Frances Street. 



LeNelle Beegle 
Sandra Caplinger 
Gloria Dotson 
Sandra Dudley 
Shirley Ferguson 



Susie Ferrell 
Carole Hayes 
Kathy Howland 
Vicki Key 
Joy King 



Susan Koch 
Becky Lawrimore 
Eva Miller 
Patsy Moore 
Ginger Mothershed 



Jane O'Neil 
Marta Jan Roof 
Joy Slaughter 
Martha Powell 
Carolvn Allen 




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Eugene Kleiser 
Commander 



Bobby J. Talley 
Execu five Com man der 



Arnold Air Society 

The Arnold Air Society is a national honorary fraternity of Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps 
Cadets. The purpose of the organization is to further the mission of the United States Air Force in 
connection with the AFROTC program at colleges and universities throughout the United States and Puerto 
Rico. With this goal in mind, the society has grown into a brotherhood of outstanding leaders of to- 
on. 



morrow, excelling both as a service and a social brganizati 




Billy J. Bingham 
George Chandler 
John Cunningham 
Carroll Dixon 
David Dodson 



Ronald Eaton 
John Grosmann 
Will Horton 
Jackson F. Hurst 
Jack Jamison 



Bob Lewis 
Frank Masserano 
Bill Robinson 
Phillip Taylor 
Ronald Woodall 



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Phil Arnoul 
Director 



Robert Gaskill 
Business Manager 



Alpha Psi Omega 



Alpha Psi Omega, the national honorary dramatics fraternity, is celebrating its tenth anniversary at 
MSL this year by sponsoring an experimental theatre on campus. The Mu Omicron Cast was installed 
February 22. 1951. by the cast at Southwestern college in Memphis. 

The purpose of Alpha Psi Omega is to promote interest in the dramatic arts through a point system with 
which students must comply before admission to the fraternity. The quality as well as the quantity of 
work is considered for membership. 






Judy Caplenor 



Roy Cash 



Bernie Crosby 






Patsy Morrison 



Bill Scroggins 



Susanne Smith 



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Maurice McGee 
Treasurer 



Thomas Wood 
President 



Max Riddick 
Vice President 



Marilyn Lawrence 
Secretary 



Chi Beta Phi 



Chi Beta Phi. national scientific honorary fraternity, was founded to promote interest in the four fields 
of science. Students having twenty hours of mathematics, chemistry, physics, and biology and maintain- 
ing a 3.0 overall average are eligible for membership. 




Jacque Clark 





Doug Curry 



Donna Dickens 







Pat Dwyer 



Jack House 



Richard McMahon 



Martha Powell 



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Dwight Williams, President 



Frank Wesson, Vice President 









Alan Bussel 



Bob Lewis 



Richard McMahon 



Mac Ozier 



Pete Pinckney 



Bob Rauchle 



Delta Kappa 



Delta Kappa, the men's honorary leadership fraternity, was founded on our campus in 1950. Delta 
Kappa strives to be a force for progress at MSU, an agent of service for the University, and an en- 
couragement of the highest standards of leadership among men students on this campus. Students must be 
juniors or seniors who rank scholastically in the upper thirty per cent of their respective classes to be- 
come eligible for membership. Selection of members is based on qualities of character and leadership in 
various phases of campus life and is limited to one per cent of the male enrollment of the university. 






Scott Andreas 



Janice Cobb 



Jimmie Covington 






Jimmie Ann Ray 



Ethel Williams 



Mahala Williams 



Liberal Arts Honor Society 



The Liberal Arts Honor Society, organized by faculty members of Phi Beta Kappa, recognizes outstand- 
ing scholarship in the School of Liberal Arts and Science. Students are elected to membership on the 
basis of scholarship in accordance with the standards of Phi Beta Kappa. Juniors are required to have 
a 3.6 average for membership, and seniors are required to have a 3.5 average. 



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PHI BETA KAPPA FACULTY MEMBERS 
Dr. P. B. Bannon Dr. Aaron Boon 

Dr. Howard Kaltenborn Dean Flora Rawls 

Dr. Dorothy Seay Mr. Bradford White 

Mr. Edward Coffman 






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Alan Bussel 
Vice President 



Bob Rauchle 
President 



Elinor Kelley 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Pi Delta Epsilon 



Pi Delta Epsilon, national journalism honorary fraternity was founded at Memphis State on May 31, 
1952. The organization strives to promote higher standards of journalism excellence among undergradu- 
ates. Members are selected from the juniors and seniors who have met the scholastic requirements and 
worked on the editorial or business staffs of campus publications for at least one year. Activities in- 
clude monthly programs featuring campus and area journalists. 






Fleda Anderson 



Jimmie Covington 



Fred Dixon 









Bettye Johnson 



Rose Marie McAfee 



Gail Oxendine 



Lewis Trotter 



Mike Wallace 



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Stephen E. Atkinson 



Bobby Rauchle 



Russell Strauss 






Phi Alpha Theta 



Epsilon Nu chapter of Phi Alpha Theta was installed at Memphis State in 1955. It strives to promote 
and encourage an active interest in history. It also sponsors speeches by local and visiting historians. To 
be eligible for membership, the undergraduate student must have completed at least twelve semester hours 
and maintain a 3.5 academic average in history. He must have a 2.6 overall average. 



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Gloria Dotson 
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Billy Reed 
President 



Beverly Baruchman 
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Tau Kappa Alpha 



Chartered in 1953, Tau Kappa Alpha is a national forensics honorary devoted to the recognition of 
superior work in forensics including debate, discussion, and public speaking. A student must have had 
two years of forensic experience before he can be elected to membership; he must be in the upper third 
of his class scholastically and must be recognized by members as achieving excellence in the field of 
forensics. 






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Bonnie Beaver 
President 



Wanda LaFever 
Vice President 



Sigma Delta Pi 



Sigma Delta Pi. national Spanish honorary society, recognizes outstanding stu- 
dents in the field of Spanish. Its purpose is to foster the study of Hispanic 
literature, culture, and language. To qualify for membership, a student must have 
a "B" overall average with an "A" average in Spanish. 





Charles Long 
President 



William Sewell 
Vice President 



Psi Chi 



Psi Chi, national honorary society in psychology, was chartered on the Memphis 
State University campus in 1954. Its two-fold purpose is to advance the science 
of psychology and to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship of the in- 
dividual members in all fields, particularly in psychology. Undergraduate students 
with a major or minor in psychology are eligible for membership. 




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Jimmie Ann Ray 
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Carroll Ann Smith 
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Faye Boatman 
Secretary 



Tassel 



Tassel, senior women's honorary society, strives to promote university loyalty, 
to advance the spirit of service and fellowship in university women, to maintain 
high standards of scholarship and to recognize and encourage leadership. Each 
year Tassel members serve as advisors on registration day. They are also counselors 
to freshman women. 




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Biology Club 



The Biology Club is designed to stimulate interest in 
biology and a better understanding of it and related 
sciences. Field trips, group discussions, business meet- 
ings, guest speakers, and films on related scientific sub- 
jects are on the agenda for club members. An interest 
in experimentation, and in the advancement of biological 
study is the basis for membership. 

First row: Kathryn Richardson, Diane Ross, Judith Kemp, Jane 

O'Neill, Louise Wedluga, Rebecca DeArmond, Sara Warrington, 

Carolyn Travis, Pat Belew. 

Second roiv: Mr. Feisal, Mr. Simonton, Thomas B. Pickle, Martha 

Powell, Jim McKinley, Ellie Bailey, Pat Chu, Visitor from UT, 

Linda Miller, Miss Jo Turner. 

Third row: John H. Criner, Ronnie Pollard, Frances Gandy, Marion 

D. Wells, Ann Franklin, Anne Prince. 




American Chemical Society 

The American Chemical Society attempts to foster a 
professional attitude among its members. Field trips, lec- 
tures by prominent chemists, and tours are among the 
many activities of the club. As an affiliate of the largest 
professional organization in the world, the club gives its 
members a free placement service in the field of science. 









Art Club 



The Art Club was founded to unite art faculty and 
students in a fellowship creating better understanding, 
appreciation, and increased interest in the fine arts. Guest 
speakers, art discussions, sketching trips, art exhibitions, 
and student art shows are sponsored by the club. Mem- 
bers are students either majoring or minoring in art. 

First row: Ed Hall, Mary Carol Campbell, Helen Frerichs, Patti 

Pollard, Saundra Horton, Ann Jackson, Barbara Blackwood, Helen 

Kirksey. 

Second row: Roberta McDaris. Nancy Brooks, Beverly Nelson, Jo 

Anne Wilder, Betty Tucker, Evelyn White, Ann Thompson, Betty 

Baker, Kittye Delle Robbins. 

Third row: Lewis Trotter, Kay Tyus, Dotty Williams, Kay Nichols, 

Charlotte Byrom, Johnny Jacobs. 




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Home Economics 



The Home Economics Club desires a friendly associa- 
tion between faculty and students interested in the field 
of home economics. The club is affiliated with the Ten- 
nessee Home Economics Association and the American 
Home Economics Association. The emblem of the AHEA, 
the Betty Lamp, symbolizes joy, knowledge, fellowship, 
cooperation, service, and achievement. 

Seated: Carol Ann Maloney, Liz Bray, Fredda Metts, Carolyn 
Holmes, Felicia Sorce, Anna Brock, Martha Jackson, Barbara Drake, 
Ruby Kisner, Sylvia Bounds, Di Cutting. 
Standing: Miss Bess Henderson, Miss Alma Whitaker. 




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Debate Squad 

The debate squad gives students opportunities to speak 
frequently and in various situations. The members travel 
to many colleges and universities to participate in debate 
tournaments and various types of public speaking such as 
after dinner speaking, impromptu speaking, oral inter- 
pretation, extemporaneous speaking, and cross-question 
debates. The high standing of the squad in numerous 
tournaments reflects the ability of these representatives of 
the university. 

First row: Gloria Dotson, Rita Weeks, Carol Howell, Norma Wim- 

berly, Beverly Baruchman, Patsy Morrison. 

Second row: Tommy Jamerson, Jim Townsend, Brooks Hill, Ronnie 

Hoffman, Bill Reed. 

Third row: Clark Kenny, Frank Wesson, Dwight Williams, Irvin 

Salky. 





Math Club 



Students with a special interest in mathematics are 
eligible for membership in the Math Club. Discussions 
center around certain aspects of mathematics not dis- 
cussed in class. Speakers lecture frequently on mathe- 
matical subjects at meetings, and social activities include 
several parties every year. 

First row: Bob Lewis, Betty Ann King, Jean Vaughn, Jean Han- 
cock, Faye Boatman. 

Second row: Mr. Stephens, visitor, Henry F. Renard, Terry For- 
tune, Mr. Bethany. 




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Philosophy 



The Philosophy Club originated from a need for 
thoughtful consideration of modern society. Informa- 
tive lectures on the subject by prominent speakers 
are sponsored by the club. A true interest in the 
classic study of philosophy is the basic requirement 
for membership. 

First row: Jack Baker, Hunter George, Tally Hamlin, Dr. 

Barton. 

Second row: Loyis Catone, Glenn Lautzenhiser, Jim Thompson. 




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Orchesis 



Orchesis is an honorary dance club designed for 
those students interested in doing advanced work in 
the creative dance. Prospective members must have 
had one semester, or the equivalent, in modern dance 
and must participate in and pass try-outs before being 
accepted as members. 

The purpose of the club is to give University stu- 
dents an opportunity for further development of their 
skills, knowledge and appreciation of dance art in the 
school and community as a whole. 

First row: Mrs. Floyd, Peg Cherry, Dauris Parker, Jo Anne 
Edwards, Nancy McKee. 

Second row: Sally Jennings, Alice Kaltenhorn, Judy* Hall, 
Kathie Ferguson, Barbara Hammers. 





Physics 



The Physics Club is open to majors and minors in 
the field of physics and related sciences who wish to 
participate in extra-curricular activities. These activi- 
ties involve work that is not done in the classroom. 
The primary aim of the club is to stimulate interest 
and further experimentation into problems dealing with 
physics. 

First row: Gerry Bricks, Monty McGee, Larry Stephens, James 
Karas, Harry Pierce, Jacque Malet, Y. S. Wong. 
Second row: Edgar Hill, Hugh DeSpain, Terry Fortune, Dr. 
R. L. Raridon, Mr. R. L. Tanner, James Stewart. 




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Square Dance Club 

The Square Dance Club, MSU's newest club, was 
founded on campus in 1961. Fun, recreation, fellowship, 
and an awakening interest in square dancing are the 
objects of the club's formation. The club has weekly meet- 
ings which are open to anyone interested in becoming a 
square dancer. 

First row: Joy Williams, Carolyn Hill, Ann Hutchison, Gigi Hoff- 
man, Carolyn Turner, Faye Winstead. 

Second row: Lloyd Turner, Visitor, Bill McLean, Chuck Manca- 
belli, Jesse Blackshire. 

Third row: Horace Branch, Jean Branch, Joan Williamson, Judith 
McLean, Barbara Hammers, Kay Humphries, Eatsy Simonton, Mel- 
vin Humphries. 




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S.N.E.A. 



The S.N.E.A. was organized to help prospective teachers 
in understanding the problems of the profession. Working 
with high school FTA chapters, business meetings, dis- 
cussion groups on education problems and policies, and 
contributions to the building fund of the national ACET 
are the club's yearly activities. 



First row: Dennis Snell, Judy Gibbs, Phyllis Harris, Sally Kennedy, 

Bobbie Hillsman, Theresa Simons. 

Second row: Jimmie Ann Ray, Albert Meyers, Bettie Dunavant, 

Peggy Dunn, Susan Koch, Kittye Robbins. 

Third row: Eddie Taylor, Janet Langford, Shirley Smith, Mike 

Finger, Merrell Hutcheson, Dorrie Doss, Aletta Wilkes. 

Fourth row: Miss Minnie Macrae Powell, Miss Moore, Mrs. Cobb, 

Mrs. Algee, Mrs. Richardson. 





Young Democrats 

The Young Democrats Club is composed of those stu- 
dents who are either political aspirants or show some 
interest in political movements. Activities include films, 
political work during state, local, and national elections 
and business meetings with well-known guest speakers. 

First row: Dr. Morrow, Irvin Salky, Adam Ballinger, Hudson Brown, 

Nancy Cross. 

Second row: Sarah Forrester, Larry Coppersmith, Rex Haire, Ray 

Weaver, Sammy Fisher. 

Third row: Sammy Orme, Linda Pierce. 

Fourth row: Guy Van Dell, Marilyn Frabish, Dawn Clabough, 

Betty Trammell. 

Fifth row: Judy Smith, Mary Beth Curran. 

Sixth row: Glenn Lautzenhiser, Jack Baker, Tom Ross, Charles 

Nowlin. 




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Pre-Legal 



The Pre-Legal Society began on campus this year. 
Their purpose is to promote an interest in law through- 
out this area. They meet twice monthly to discuss 
politics, law education problems, and current issues. 
Lawyers are invited to speak regularly. The bar as- 
sociation plans to hold a mock trial every year to 
acquaint the members with courtroom procedure. 

First row: Dr. E. E. Buell, Jerry Mitchell, George O'Haver, 
Jerry Barber, Robert Meeks. 

Second row: Ben Weeks, Bill Oury, Dave Farmer, Bud 
Henderson, Al Hollingsworth, Lin Lawrence, Tom Cates. 




Young Republicans 

The Young Republican Club was founded to afford 
young politicians an opportunity to participate in po- 
litical activities. Through a close connection with state 
and national Republican headquarters members work 
in local, state, and national elections. An active in- 
terest in political and governmental affairs is the only 
requirement for membership. 



First row: Bobby Rauchle, Beverly Burkett, Susanne Smith, 

Manis Smith. 

Second row: Rae Jean Hay, Cynthia Korndorffer, Rita Weeks, 

Bill Oury. 

Third row: Dick McMahon, Shirley Bennett, Mrs. Reed, 

Charles Peete. 





Entre Nous 



Each year Entre Nous' activities are highlighted by 
the Spring Formal and the Officers' Banquet, honor- 
ing graduating seniors and new officers. Members also 
participate in Homecoming and the DeSoto Beauty 
Review. New members are welcomed into the club at 
teas each fall and spring, with initiation being held 
in the spring. The club sponsored charity projects at 
Christmas and Easter. The volleyball team won first 
place in the independent division. Among honors re- 
ceived by members of Entre Nous were election to 
Tassel, Who's Who, various honorary groups, dormi- 
tory offices, and appointment to an executive position 
on The Tiger Rag. 

First row: Janet Prange, Nancy Lynn Barber, Eleanor McCoy, 
Virginia Johnson. 

Second row: Gloria Reece, Gail Oxendine, Judy Nelson. 
Third row: Gwen Bates, Betty Ann King, Barbara Harwell, 
Bettye Johnson. 




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Cub Club 



The Cub Club, founded to promote loyalty and school 
spirit, encourages the many MSU activities. The club is 
responsible for most of the pre-sport activities, such as 
posters and decorating. Each year 15 freshmen are invited 
to join the members who are elected from every campus 
club and organization. 

First row: Jo Ann Edwards, Hudson Brown, David Estile, Jackie 
Hurst, Doug Pera. 

Second row: Barry Rogers, Ann Liberto, Jane O'Neil, John Letch- 
worth, Pookie Dowd, Larry Gossitt. 

Third row: Mildred Musgrave, Kaye Ferguson, Donna Dickens, 
Charles Nowlin, Wendy Carrie, Jerry Conrad. 

Fourth row: Joe McCormack, Lee Harber, Costa Taras, Hugh 
Keenan, Mike Kennedy, Albert Krastins, Merrell Parks. 




Siva 



Siva is the newest club on campus, having been or- 
ganized this year. Membership is composed of girls in- 
terested in perfecting the techniques of swimming and 
producing perfect synchronized designs in water. Their 
major activity is participation in competitive swim meets. 
The club meetings, held twice weekly, are practice and 
discussion periods. 

Members: Sally McGregor, Martha Boyd, Jan Tobias, Betty Me 
Coy, Betty Hull Owen — sponsor, Janet Painter. Linda Deverell, 
Dorrie Doss. 





Sock and Buskin 



Sock and Buskin is an organization for students in- 
terested in drama. A theatrical program furnished to a 
university community can supply additional educational 
benefits. It encourages the training of actors, directors, 
and stage technicians. It strives to develop an appreciation 
of good theatrical productions. Club presentations have 
included "Look Homeward, Angel," and many others. 

First row: Charlotte Cathey; Carol Howell, Vice President; Jim 
Underhill, President; Sue Freels, Secretary -Treasurer; James Hur- 
ley; Warren Mitchell. 

Second row: Bill Lewis; Bill Brackeen; Kay Brist; Kitty Dell 
Robbins; Barbara Anderson; Dixie Ginn; Ann Voss. 
Third row: George Mohr; Mike Holloman; Henry Sloan; Jerry 
Chipman; Sherry Unger; Roy Cash; Ron Haskell; Morris Middle- 
ton; Peggy Lazenby; Bob Womack; Wynne Agnew; Bob Gaskill; 
Anne Marie Sammons; Barbara Arnoult; Brenda Mellard; Phil 
Arnoult; Joe Newsom; Robert Holder. 






S.A.M. 



The University Chapter of the Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management was formed on our campus in 1957 
under the direction of Dr. Herbert J. Markle. 

S.A.M. strives to bring executives and business students 
to a closer relationship in the problems, policies, and 
methods involved in the field of management. It is open 
to all students majoring or minoring in management. 

First row: Dr. Mullins; Jere Perry; Pete Harris; Larry Davis. 

Second row: David Purdue; Paul Cockrill; Jerry Haynie; Troy 

Stuckey; John Gardner. 

Third row: Ken Anderson; Charles Carnes; George Floyd; Robert 

Harper. 

Fourth row: El wood Small; Wayne Johnson; John Long; Wesley 

Jenkins; Edward Chester. 



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Accounting Club 



The Accounting Club was founded on the MSU campus 
in 1955. An increase in the student's interest in the prac- 
tice of accountancy is facilitated by the provision of a 
program of a professional nature. This is effected by 
monthly meetings with prominent speakers of the business 
world, accounting firms and tours. The club has an 
annual fall banquet and a traditional spring picnic at 
May wood. Accounting majors and minors are eligible for 
membership. 

First row: Bobby Kennedy, Barbara Townsend, Joe Battestelli, Stan 

Daniels, Sidney Bobo. 

Second row: John Crockett, Orin Braswell, Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mike 

Hopper. 

Third row: Ralph E. Kelly, Jeff Morris, Ken Anderson. 

Fourth row: Ann Blankenship, Barbara Jordan, John Vosse, Bob 

Gaither. 

Fifth row: James Sherrer, Dr. Crawford, Binford Peeples. 





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Modern Dance 



The Modern Dance Club is an organization for students 
with an interest in and an appreciation of the creative 
dance. Encouragement and interest in the field of dance, 
development of modern dancing skills and techniques for 
dance composition are the club goals. Members are given 
the opportunities to achieve these goals in dance programs. 

First row: Vickie Holt, Bobbie Hill, Margaret Priddy. 

Second row: Donna Kay Byrd, visitor, Suzanne Bowling, Mrs. 

Bunch. 

Third row: Judy LaForge, Alice Kaltenborn, Kay Sargent. 



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A.M.A. 



The collegiate chapter of American Marketing Associa- 
tion was founded on campus in 1957. Not only was the 
A.M.A. formed to foster the study of Marketing, hut also 
to acquaint students with opportunities in the field of 
marketing and to afford closer affiliations hetween stu- 
dents, businessmen, and faculty. Regular meetings are 
held at which guest speakers give informative talks on 
marketing subjects. Eligibility for membership requires 
a major or minor in marketing. 

First row: Barbara Townsend, Jere Perry. John Peppin, Wayne 

Johnson. 

Second row: Mr. Harry Summers, David Pardue, George Floyd, 

Pete Harris, Troy Stuckey. 

Third row: John Fred Robilio, Paul Cockrill, Elwood Small, Mr. 

Charles Spindler, visitor. 





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Religious 



The student 

at Memphis State 

furthers his spiritual life 



through 




the church 




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individual worship 





taking part in 
religious programs 



communion 




and through fellowship with others. 



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Religious Council 



Baptist Student Union 



The Religious Council is composed of represent- 
atives from all the religious groups on campus. 
Each year they are responsible for the planning 
and directing of Religious Emphasis Week. 

First row: C. Hampton; W. Solon; C. Sharpe; J. Ray; 
C. MacDonald, President. 

Second row: M. Wray, Faculty Advisor; G. Ethridge; 
L. Coleman; Visitor; G. Gattis, Treasurer; H. Climer, 
B. Ferguson, Vice President; J. Hartley. 



The purpose of BSU is to conserve and help 
train students for effective Christian discipleship, 
and to raise the standards and ideals of the stu- 
dent body through consistent Christ-like living. 
It seeks to develop students spiritually as well as 
intellectually. 

First row: E. Dunivant; T. Collidge; K. Sano; B. Fitch. 
Second row: B. Fulghum, President; M. Huddleston, 1st 
Vice President; C. Hays, 2nd Vice President; J. Hearing- 
ton, 3rd Vice President; C. Jordan; B. Britton; S. Hor- 
ton; M. Linxwiler. 

Third row: Dr. L. Coleman, Director; J. Cook; M. Ed- 
wards; R. Trussell; S. Smith; B. Ferguson. 




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Canterbury Club 



Chi Alpha 



The purpose of the Canterbury Club is to pro- 
vide an atmosphere of fellowship and worship for 
the Episcopal student at Memphis State. Barth 
House houses the Canterbury Club and offers a 
shelter from the busy academic life of college. 



First row: G. Hoffman; I. Tilton, Secretary -Treasurer; 
Mrs. E. Smithyman, Housemother; M. Harwell; B. Boland. 
Second row: R. Enochs; J. Hartley, President; R. Austin, 
Vice President; D. Fiveash. 

Third row: R. Allen; C. Hurley; W. Moody; R. Camel; 
W. Thesmar; Father W. Fraser. 



The local chapter of Chi Alpha is geared to 
meet the fourfold emphasis of worship, training, 
fellowship, and service for the Assembly of God 
students on campus. The meetings provide oppor- 
tunity for profitable discussion, Bible study, 
prayer, and fellowship. 

First row: M. Hedley; C. Hindman; J. Edwards; J. 
Timbs; N. Nance. 

Second row: R. H. Denton; C. DeVaughn; T. Gurley; 
R. Reynolds; D. Forbes; K. Talbert, President. 




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Disciples Student Fellowship 

DSF is designed to fulfill and enrich the campus experience of the Christian Church Student on campus. It 
allows him to continue his work and worship in the Christian faith when away from home ties in the Church. 

First row: 0. Young; J. Austin; A. Green; D. Tidwell; M. Slay ton; J. Moffett; M. Irby, Vice President; D. Baker; B. Schaeffer, 
Secretary; B. Knight. 

Second row: Reverend Woodall; Reverend Campbell, Advisor; R. Ellis, President; S. Tiller; S. Cooper; B. McMillan; N. Cross, 

Visitor; S. Cutting, Treasurer; J. Lundy; M. Mason. 




Hillel 



The Hillel Foundation attempts to serve as the liaison between the Jewish student body and the historical 
Jewish heritage. It seeks to lead Jewish students toward glad identity with the Jewish people through Jewish 
fellowship; toward uplifting insight into the sources of Jewish information; through Jewish scholarship; to- 
ward valuable contributions to the community and society at large, through enlightened citizenship. 

First row: A. Gordon, President; Mr. Louis Brown, Advisor. 

Second row: R. Strauss, Vice President; N. Edelson, Vice President; H. Friener, Treasurer; B. Cohen. 



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Memphis State Christian Fellowship 

MSCF. a chapter of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, strives to present the relevancy of the Lord Jesus Christ 
to the college student, through Bible studies, discussions, and conferences. 

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First row: S. Atkinson, President; K. Tyus; D. Snyder, Secretary; C. Johnson; T. Brewster. 

Second roiv: C. Street; J. Trammel; C. Goff; N. Gary; J. Finny; J. Singleton. 

Third row: M. Eaton; P. Hullar, Vice President; J. Eddins; B. Bugg; C. Beck; M. Bradly: B. Sessum; T. Pierce. 




Koinoina Club 



"K" Club is affiliated with the Church of Christ. Its purpose is to develop the total Christian personality — spirit- 
ually, intellectually, socially, and emotionally. 

First row: Mr. D. Underwood; Mrs. D. Underwood; L. Ramsey; J. Council; A. Voss; J. Fyfe; A. Hutcheson; A. Sanderson; 

M. Haire; V. Trout. 

Second row: L. Climer; L. Darnall; L. Jamerson; D. Shelton; D. Pickett; F. Boatman; E. Lawson. 

Third row: S. Smith; C. Speight; G. Hoffman; M. Meeks; B. Speight; P. Van Eaton. 

Fourth row: H. Gardner; J. Head; A. Gray; K. Dale; L. Sanderson; T. Jamerson; H. Climer, President. 



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Newman Foundation 



Wittenberg Society 



The Newman Club is an organization of Cath- 
olic students. It offers the students a balanced 
program of religious, intellectual, and social ac- 
tivities to deepen their spiritual and enrich their 
temporal lives. 

First row: R. Glaser; C. Sims, Vice President; C. Clem- 
mons, First Vice President; R. Colvin, President; S. 
Curry, Secretary; C. Curry. 

Second row: L. Beegle; Mrs. Schingle, Housemother; F. 
Ward; A. Pellegrini; Mrs. Battle, Faculty Advisor. 
Third row: Visitor; B. Marking; D. Moody; J. Morgan; 
J. Vincent; J. Berschied; Rev. J. Donahue, Pastor. 



The Wittenberg Society is organized to help 
out-of-town Lutheran students find a church home 
while they are attending Memphis State University. 
It is dedicated to assisting Lutheran students in 
deepening their spiritual life through their faith- 
ful use of God's Word and Sacraments. 



Standing: Pastor Symmank; T. Monje, President; P. 
Schmidt; D. Moll; D. Schmidt, Vice President; J. Boyd. 
Seated: D. Reavis; D. Goldammer; M. Clausen; J. Bobo; 
L. Wilson; J. Dellinger; P. Wack, Secretary-Treasurer. 




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Wesley Foundation 



Westminster Fellowship 



Although Wesley Foundation is a Methodist in- 
stitution, it strives to meet the needs of every 
student who wishes to take part in its various 
activities. The functions of Wesley — social, cul- 
tural, educational, and Christian — are meaningful 
to the growing student. 

First row: J. Fisher; J. Gibbs, Secretary; D. Jenkins; 
D. Thompson; J. A. Ray, Second Vice President. 
Second row: S. Corea; N. Gibson;- R. Beach; S. Smith; 
B. Bingham; S. Warrington, Treasurer; G. Jung; M. 
Riddick, President; C. L. Langford; J. Newman, First 
Vice President; B. Blackwood; G. Bricks. 
Third roiv: B. Norment; A. Tarver; W. Wyatt; G. Gattis, 
Third Vice President; B. Weaver; C. Hampton, Director. 



Westminster Fellowship is an organization of 
Presbyterian students on the campus, but it is 
open to all students. Through discussion, study, 
worship, and work, it attempts to relate the central 
issues of the Christian faith to the life of the 
university student. 



First row: J. Robinson; R. Childers; J. Seagraves, Sec- 
retary; J. McClanahan; J. Prange, First Vice President. 
Second row: M. Roach; G. Ethridge, Pastor; K. Moore; 
W. Smith; R. Myrick; C. Macdonald, President; J. 
Leverette; J. Williamson; J. Nelson. 

Third row: H. Harris; C. Fee; C. Littlejohn; V. Dabbs; 
M. Emigh; C. Read, Second Vice President. 




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Episcopal students entertain orphans with Halloween party. 



Students relax at Wesley. 




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Westminster and Wesley join together to entertain the clubs from Mississippi State with a 
supper prior to game. 






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Military 



For almost a hundred years, the ROTC program has been a traditional part of the American educational scene. Today, 
there are more than one hundred and seventy -five "colleges and universities offering Air Force ROTC training to approx- 
imately one hundred thousand cadets. 

Established in 1951, the Memphis State University Air Force ROTC program has grown into one of the largest in the 
United States. Through a varied curriculum, cadets receive academic, leadership, and moral training to prepare them 
for leadership positions in both civilian and military life. 

As we enter the space age ushered in by technological advances which have no parallel in the history of mankind, the 
need for educated, well trained, and dedicated civilian and military leaders has never been more acute. As in the past, 
the Air Force ROTC program will continue to strive to provide trained leaders so essential to the peace and security of 
the United States. 






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785th AIR FORCE ROTC WING 



Administrative 
Officers 




Lejt to right: Maj. Hal M. Terry, Jr., Commandant of Cadets, Maj. William T. Jessen, Maj. Oliver S. Woollard. 



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Left to right: Capt. Terry R. Smith, Maj. Carthon P. Phillips, 
Capt. McKinley J. Hathaway. 



Left to Tight: S/Sgt. William E. Helton, T/Sgt. Floyd C. Knight. 




Left to right: T/Sgt. Thomas C. Spellings, S/Sgt. Ernest R. Campbell, A/1C Donald E. Morrison. 



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Flower: White Rose 
Color: Blue and White 
Founded: 1952 



The Angel Flight is an organization of college women who have the interests of 
the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps program, and the Arnold Air Society 
at heart. Angel Flight exists to further the cause of the United States Air Force 
by promoting the interest of the college man in the AFROTC program. Angel 
Flights, through their many activities, aid the progress of the Arnold Air Society 
and servte as a symbol of appreciation for the importance and the dignity of Air 
Force life. 



Commander— CADET MAJ. PATSY JONES 

Executive Officer— CADET CAPT. KAY CRAWFORD 

Executive Services Officer— CADET 1st LT. SANDRA GREEN 

Comptroller— CADET 1st LT. JO CABLER 

Information Services Officer— CADET 1st LT. JANE FRANSIOLI 

Historian— CADET 1st LT. GUYLENE CARTER 



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Miss Wynne Agnew 
Miss Jo Cabler 
Miss Guylene Carter- 



Miss Kay Crawford 
Miss Shirley Ferguson 
Miss Nancy Fowler 






Miss Jane Fransioli 
Miss Sandra Green 
Miss Delaine Hamby 






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Miss Janet Hatley 
Miss Mary Jane Holt 
Miss Vicki Holt 




Miss Patsy Jones 
Miss Brenda Sibley 
Miss Sue Stringer 



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These cadet officers are members in The Arnold Air Society. 



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These forty-seven cadets make up the AFROTC Band. 



The AFROTC Air Police 




The "Rangers," Memphis State University's precision drill team, are specialists in this field. 



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The Color Guard leads the MSU AFROTC Wing in the Armistice Day 
Parade. 




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Angel Flight lends beauty to the Armistice Day Parade. 




In the Armistice Day Parade Squadron 6 won the "Best Marching Award." 



SAM FORTASJEMfa 




Ranking dignitaries received the Queen Ann's Salute from the "Rangers." 




The entire MSU AFROTC Wing took part in the Homecoming ceremonies. 



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J can best be evement. The 

ccomplishment which must be 
ibuted ilch over six thousand University 

men and women are grateful. The advancement of educational opportunities are 
cc creasing as faculty and student body continue in joint effort to 

Memphis State University as an institute of higher learning. 



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A 



AE 



rj 




Deans 



DR. CECIL C. HUMPHREYS 



President 




R. M. ROBISON, Dean and Assistant 
to the President 





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FLORA RAWLS, Dean of Women 



GEORGE B. PRATT, Dean of Men 





J. MILLARD SMITH, President Emeritus 
Memphis State University 



BUFORD ELLINGTON 

Governor of Tennessee 



Tennessee Board of Education 




Left to right, standing: J. Howard Warf; Thomas M. Divine; F. Thornton Strang; James Williams; and Ernest G. Ball. 
Left to right, seated: Edward L. Jennings; Mrs. Bernard A. McDermott; Mrs. Sam Wilson and Commissioner Joe Morgan. 



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Arts 



an d Sciences 



DR. WALTER R. SMITH, Director of 
The School of Arts and Sciences 



The School of Arts and Sciences has three distinct functions within the frame- 
work of the University: as its primary function it offers a strong liberal arts 
program leading to baccalaureate degrees and designed to help the student pre- 
pare himself for life in his own cultural setting by acquiring the means and the 
desire continually to enlarge his intellect and deepen his insights; it provides a 
thorough' undergraduate training for those students who are preparing for ad- 
vanced work and careers in medicine, dentistry, nursing, teaching, engineering, 
law. and other professions; it furnishes students enrolled in other schools of the 
University with those courses in the humanities, the natural sciences, and the 
social sciences which are required for their various degrees. 





DR. DANA D. JOHNSON, Chairman 
Department of Art 




DR. A. S. RUDOLPH, Chairman 
Department of Biology 





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DR. R. E. WATKINS, Chairman 
Department of Classical Languages 



DR. H. B. EVANS, Chairman 
Department of English 



MR. E. L. MITCHELL, Chairman 
Department of History 






DR. H. L. WILLIAMS, Chairman 
Department of Journalism 



DR. H. S. KALTENBORN, Chairman 
Department of Mathematics 



MR. C. E. LONG, Chairman 
Department of Modern Language 






MR. GEORGE HARRIS, Chairman 
Department of Music 



DR. W. B. BARTON, Chairman 
Department of Philosophy 



MR. J. W. FOX, Chairman 
Department of Physical Sciences 






DR. J. R. McCANN, Chairman 
Department of Psychology 



DR. R. W. JOHNSON, Chairman 
Department of Social Science 



MR. EUGENE BENCE, Chairman 
Department of Speech and Drama 



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Faculty 

CHARLENE ALLEN, English 
H. W. ANDERSEN, Psychology 
M. C. BARBER, Geography 
MARY V. BATTLE, English 
W. F. BETHANY, Mathematics 
H. M. BIRMINGHAM, English 



DR. CARL D. BROWN, Biology 
DR. HELEN W. CHILDERS, English 
DR. E. P. CLAYPOOL, Physical 

oCICXICCS 

JOHN H. CORBET, JR., Geography 
HARRY C. COTHAM, English 
A. R. DAILEY, Modern Languages 



JOHN E. DEWS, Psychology 
VIRGINIA ELEAZER, Biology 
WILLIAM FARRIMOND, Mathematics 
DR. J. E. FARRIOR, English 
VICTOR FEISAL, Biology 
DEWEY B. FOLDEN, Biology 



MAUDE G. FOX, English 
HOWARD E. FRYE, Geography 
DR. JOHN GORDON, Sociology 
VELMA HEATHERLY, French 
MYLO L. HEEN, Mathematics 
DR. ELMORE HOLMES, Physical 
Sciences 



DR. L. G. HOWELL, Biology 
PHILLIP JAMES, English 
DR. HELEN KALTENBORN, 

Mathematics 
DR. R. H. KARRAKER, Chemistry 
ROBERT W. McGOWAN, Biology 
WAYNE McLAURIN, English 



JOHN A. McLEMORE, English 
DR. R. H. MARSHALL, Physical 

Sciences 
DR. J. S. MATTHEWS, Geography 
DELBERT P. NAVE, Art 
DR. WILLIAM OSBORNE, English 
GEORGE PARCHMAN, Biology 



DR. C. L. PELL, Modern Language 
DR. ELIZABETH PHILLIPS, English 
RICHARD J. RARIDON, Physics 
JOSEPH RILEY, English 
DR. C. N. ROBINSON, Physical 

Sciences 
LUTHER SANDERS, Journalism 



DR. DOROTHY SEAY, English 
DR. F. B. SCHIRMER, Physical 

Sciences 
DR. PAUL SISCO, Geography 
PAUL R. SIMONTON, Biology 
DR. A. W. SMITH, English 
DR. 0. E. SMITH, Biology 



ELIZABETH SPENCER, Journalism 
JULIE SPRUNT, Psychology 
DAN H. WARMBROD, Biology 
AL WESTLAND, Journalism 
JOHN A. WINFREY, Mathematics 
DR. JAMES D. WOLF, English 



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Seniors 



PATRICIA RUTH AGNETA : Memphis; So- 
ciology; Gamma Phi Beta; scholarship chair- 
man, efficiency chairman, historian, panhel- 
lenic repres.; Arabasqne Club; SNEA ; West- 
minster; Pegis Club; Academic scholarship. 

[AMES LONNIE ALEXANDER : Dyer, Ten- 
nessee. 

DEBORAH ALMY: Memphis; Chemistry; Alpha 
Delta Pi; Westminster; Math Club; Alpha 
Lambda Delta. 

SCOTT RACEY ANDREAS: Memphis; Eng- 
lish, Psychology, Zoology; Board of Educa- 
tion Scholarship; Liberal Arts Honor So- 
ciety; Psi Chi; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 

JACK F. APPLE: Memphis; Biology; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. 

LOREITA MAE ARWOOD : Memphis. 

DUDLEY ATKINSON: Memphis; Mathematics; 
transfer from UT; Kappa Sigma, pres., Amer- 
ican Chemical Society; SGA; IFC. 

STEPHEN E. ATKINSON: Memphis; History; 
MSCF, pres., treas. ; Phi Alpha Theta, vice- 
pres. 

EMILIE JOYCE BADDOUR : Wynne, Arkansas; 
Psychology; SNEA; Dorm Council, vice-pres. 

JOE K. BAKER : Memphis. 

ROBERT BAKER, JR.: Memphis. 

ADAM BALLINGER: Memphis; Speech; Kappa 
Alpha; Debate Team; Tiger Rag; Junior 
Class, pres.; DSF, pres.; Young Democrats, 
vice-pres.; Tau Kappa Alpha; Religious 
Council; SGA, sec'y of finance, legislature; 
student congress, election commissioner, 
SHSGA representative; Memphis State Radio 
Show; Inter-Collegiate Debate Award. 

SARAH BARNETT BANNISTER: Memphis; 
Mathematics; Sigma Kappa. 

NANCY LYNN BARBER: Memphis; Psychol- 
ogy; En Garde, vice-ptes.; Psychology Club; 
Entre Nous, sec'y, vice-pres. 

BONNIE ROSE BEAVER: Memphis; Art; Art 
Club; Sigma Delta Pi, pres. 

FLORENCE ANN BELL: Memphis; Biology; 
Biology Club, vice-pres.; Westminster; Mod- 
ern Dance Club; Phi Mu, treas.; Orchesis; 
Sweetheart of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

DAVID ALAN BERNSTEIN: Memphis; Psy- 
chology; Alpha Epsilon Pi, pres.. Psychology 
Club; Psi Chi; Delta Kappa; Honor Roll; 
Dean's List. 

FAYE BOATMAN: Selmer, Tennessee; Mathe- 
matics; Alpha Lambda Delta, junior advisor; 
Tassel, sec'y; Entre Nous, treas., Math Club, 
pres.; Koinonia, sec'y; SNEA; Dean'9 Li9t; 
Honor Roll; Academic scholarship; Sarah 
Smith Math Award; Dorm Council. 

RICHARD A. BRACKHAHN: Memphis; Jour- 
nalism, Commercial Art; Cub Club; Pre- 
Legal Society; Art Club, vice-pres.; Set 
Design AJ1 Sing; DeSoto, Greek Editor, Pic- 
ture Editor; Tiger Rag, Business Staff; Pro- 
ducer of "News and Views from MSU"; 
Chairman of WKNO project; SGA, political 
chairman; Student Congress, vice-pres.; IFC, 
pres., Pi Kappa Alpha, pres.; Senior Class, 
pres.; IFC "Man of the Year"; "Who's 
Who." 

JAMES F. BRADLEY, JR.: Memphis; Biology. 

JANE MARTEL BRADY: Memphis; English; 
Alpha Delta Pi, rec. sec'y, student registrar; 
Newman Club; American Guild of Organists; 
SNEA; Choir; Cub Club; Academic scholar- 
ship. 

BILLY RAY BRASFIELD : Adamsville, Ten- 
nessee; Journalism. 

PATRICIA ANN BREEZE: Bartlett, Tennessee. 

BETTY JEAN BRISCOE: Memphis. 

LARRY R. BRITTON: Memphis. 




▲vfcl 







ROBERT CHARLES BROWN : Memphis ; Eng- 
lish ; Westminster; French Club. 

KATHLEEN BANISTER BRYANT: Memphis; 
Mathematics ; Math Club, sec'y, treas., vice- 
pres.; SNEA. 

E. TRISLER BUCHANAN: Millington, Ten- 
nessee; Pre-Med. 

JOHN M. BURK: Memphis; Chemistry; Amer- 
ican Chemical Society. 

ALAN BUSSEL: Memphis; Journalism; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi, vice-pres.; Pi Delta Epsilon, vice- 
pres.; Delta Kappa, sec'y ; Hillel ; Chess 
Club, sec'y; IFC; Tiger Rag, executive edi- 
tor; second place winner for editorials in 
the 1959-60 national Pi Delta Epsilon jour- 
nalism contest; first place winner for fea- 
tures in the 1960 Southern Literary Festival. 

WILLIAM E. CALLIS : Jackson, Tennessee ; 
Geography; Science Club; Pi Sigma Epsilon; 
Wesley. 

MARILYN CAMPBELL: Memphis; History; 
Choir; Wesley; Alpha Delta Pi, rec. sec'y, 
reporter-historian ; Honor Roll ; Dean's List ; 
MSU correspondent to the Commercial Ap- 
peal; SNEA. 

PAUL KENNETH CARTER: Memphis; Church 
Music ; Phi Mu Alpha, warden, sec'y ; Chi 
Alpha, pres.; Band, announcer; The Mar- 
riage; The Old Maid and Thief; Phoebus 
and Pan; La Serva Padrona; La Traviata; 
Pelleas et Melisande; Madame Butterfly; The 
Lowland Sea; Don Pasquale. 

ROY CASH, JR.: Memphis; Speech and Drama; 
Alpha Psi Omega, Sock and Buskin; The 
Staring Match; Look Homeward, Angel; Lead, 
The Matchmaker, Davy Crockett's Secret. 

JOSEPH A. CHAMOUN: Zahle, Lebanon. 




Seniors 



GEORGE N. CHANDLER : Memphis. 

RICHARD LYNWOOD CHILDERS : Memphis; History, Political Science; 
Westminster Fellowship; Young Democrats; Pi Kappa Alpha; DeSoto. 

JOYE ANN CLARK: Memphis; English; transfer from Texas Woman's 
University; Alpha Delta Pi, vice-pres. ; Pikettes, treas. ; SGA, senior 
legislator; Wesley; Cub Club; SNEA. 

VIRGINIA COCHRAN: Paducah, Kentucky; Psychology, Sociology; Canter- 
bury Club, pres. ; Psychology Club. 



DONALD W. COLEMAN : Memphis. 

JOHN H. COLVETT: Millington, Tennessee. 

JOHN G. COMBS, JR.: Selmer, Tennessee; Biology; Sigma Chi; Young 

Democrats. 
MARY NELL CONNER: Memphis; Music; transfer from Carson-Newman 

College; Glee Club; Chorale, accompanist; Sigma Alpha Iota, vice-pre9. 



B. FARRELL COOPER: Memphis. 

JAMES DAVID CORLEY : Memphis. 

JIMMIE A. COVINGTON: Ripley, Mississippi; Journalism, English, French; 
News Bureau, student co-ordinator ; Liberal Arts Honor Society; Pi Delta 
Epsilon; Journalism academic award; Robert E. Talley Journalism Scholar- 
ship; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 

CARL W. CRAWFORD: Kennett, Missouri. 



SAMMY LEE CRAWFORD: Memphis; commercial advertising. 

JOHN NEWTON CROCKETT: Memphis. 

BERNIE CROSBY: Memphis; English, Speech; Sock and Buskin; Modern 
Dance Club; SNEA; Alpha Psi Omega, sec'y; "Diary of Anne Frank"; 
La Traviata; Madame Butterfly. 

CHARLES LARRY DALE: Paris, Tennessee; Chemistry; American Chemi- 
cal Society, vice-pres., "K" Club; Student Athletic Trainer. 



HERBERT A. DARGIE, III: Memphis; Psy- 
chology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, "Ugliest Man 
of the Year"; IFC; Cub Club, vice-pres.; 
Westminster; Golf; Young Republicans. 

WALTER C. DAVIS, JR.: Helena, Arkansas; 
Journalism, Advertising; Sigma Chi; Adver- 
tising Club; Scholarship grant. 

HUGH E. DESPAIN: Memphis. 

ELLA ADELAIDE DOYLE: Fulton, Kentucky; 
Journalism; transfer from LSU ; Young Dem- 
ocrats; Wesley; Pi Beta Phi, vice-pres.; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Dean's List. 

BETTY JO DULANEY: Tunica, Mississippi. 



PATRICIA WEST EASLEY: Corsicana, Texas; 
German. 

JAMES LINDSAY EAST: Memphis. 

CHARLES O'KEITH EDDLEMON: Memphis; 
Mathematics; SNEA; TEA; Math Club, vice- 
pres., treas.; Physics Society, vice-pre9., re- 
porter. 

MARY BETH ELLINGTON: Portageville, Mis- 
souri. 

WAYNE EDWARD EMMONS: Memphis. 



C. L. EPPERSON: Memphis. 

SARA ANN ERWIN: Memphis; English; SNEA; 
Wesley; Dean's List. 

BABS EWELL: Dyer, Tennessee; Journalism 
and English; Alpha Xi Delta, journal cor- 
respondent, chaplain; Pi Delta Epsilon; West- 
minster, vice-moderator; Young Republicans, 
; Psychology Club; SNEA; Dorm 



historian 
Council, 

WILLIAM 
Tennessee 
Epsilon, 

ALLAN B 



CURTIS FELTS, JR.: Brownsville, 
; History, Sociology; Sigma Alpha 
chaplain; IFC; Young Democrats. 
FERGUSON : Memphis ; Biology ; 



transfer from Lambuth 
Club; Kappa Sigma, tre,-> 

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College ; Biology 

pres.; IFC. 




Seniors 



JERT C. FERGUSON: Memphis; History; Religious Council, vice-pres.; 

icial Science Club, vice-pres.; BSU ; Psychology Club. 

3Y HENSLEY FERN1MEN : Memphis; English. 

:PHEN M. FINDLAY: Memphis. 

IBARA JEAN FULGHUM : Memphis; English; BSU, pres. ; BSU'er of 

le Month; Tiger Rag, religion editor; Spanish Club; Student Summer 

Missionary to California. 



[•H L. FULTON: West Memphis, Arkansas. 

INCES MARION GANDY: Memphis. 

3ERT HARLAN GARNER: Caruthersvillc, Missouri; English; Young 

emocrats; Wesley: Psychology Club; SNEA ; Dean's List. 

^EL C. GENTRY, JR.: Memphis; Mathematics; Kappa Sigma, treas.; 

•C. 



EDWARD GILPIN, JR.: Memphis; Psychology; Pi Kappa Alpha, as- 
slant treas., house manager; Wesley; Psychology Club; News Bureau; 
i Sigma Epsilon. 

JN DUDLEY GLOVER: Humbolt, Tennessee; Physical Sciences; Kappa 
lpha; Young Democrats; Psychology Club; Honor Roll. 
TO K. GOINS: 
N GREEN: Memphis; Music; Glee Club, 



accompanist; Chorale, 



anist; DSF, vice-pres., 
igma Alpha Iota, sec'y. 



String Orchestra; Academic scholarship; 



JN GROSMANN: Memphis; Biology; Rifle Team; Advanced AFROTC 

hicago Tribune Award; Arnold Air Society; Judo Club; Trampoline Club. 

iIES E. HAMER : Memphis; History, Spanish; Sigma Chi; Psychology 

lub, treas.; Band Scholarship. 

DALA HARDING: Millington, Tennessee; Journalism, Biology; Biology 

Hub; Journalism; Marching Band, Head Majorette, reporter. 

NNIE KAY HARMON: Humboldt, Tennessee; Biology; Phi Mu, chap- 

lin ; registrar; Biology Club, sec'y, Treasurer; Wesley; Cub Club. 





CHARLES EARL HENDERSON: Memphis; 
History; Young Democrats; Cub Club, vice- 
Tires.; Pre-Legal Society, pres. IFC; Kappa 
Alpha, Honor Roll. 

WILLIS BRADFORD HENDERSON: Memphis; 
Geography; Social Science Club; BSU. 

IRENE HIGLEY: Memphis; Mathematics. 

EDGAR ALLEN HILL: Memphis. 

DAVID HOLLENBECK: Memphis; Latin; 
Kappa Alpha; Psychology Club; Philosophy 
Club; Wesley. 

MARY LEE HUDSON: Memphis; Music Edu- 
cation; Alpha Delta Pi, chaplain, All-Sing 
Director, Efficiency Chairman; BSU; SNEA; 
Assoc. Childhood Education; Pikettcs; Arabas- 
que Club: Chorale, soloist; Tassel; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota; Honor 
Roll; Lead, MSU Crand Opera and Opera 
Workshops. 
JOYCE ELIZABETH HURST: Memphis; Eng- 
lish; Pikettcs, Westminster, sec'y; DeSoto, 
religious editor. 

THOMAS HUSKISON: Memphis; 

Science; American Chemical So- 



WILLIAM 

Physical 

cietv. 
LOIS ' C. 

Speech ; 

Players ; 

WNBC ; 
BARBARA 

nessee. 



JACKS: Littleton, Massachusetts; 
transfer from Bates College; Robison 
Chapel Choir; Choral Society; 
Merimanders ; Dean's List. 

SUE JENNINGS: Mt. Juliet, Ten- 



BETTYE LEE JOHNSON: Memphis; Journalism; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Tiger Rag, News editor, 
editorial assistant; Entre Nous, reporter; 
BSU; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 

ELAINE JOHNSTON: Memphis; English; Alpha 
Delta Pi, pres.; SNEA; Tassel. 

EDWIN WAYNE KEAHEY: Memphis; History, 
Political Science; Phi Mu Alpha, pres.; 
University Band, treas., Young Republicans. 

ELINOR ANN KELLEY: Somerville, Tennes- 
see; Journalism; Sigma Kappa, treas. Pi 
Delta Epsilon, sec'y-treas. ; Dorm Council, 
pres.; Glee Club; Tiger Rag, editorial as- 
sistant, executive editor; SNEA. 

RICHARD G. KELSALL: Memphis; Psychology, 
Biology; Psychology Club; Biology Club; 
Westminster, pres., moderator. 

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Seniors 



ERNEST KEMBLE : Memphis; Pyschology; Psychology Club, historian; 

Biology Club; Psi Chi, historian. 
JOHNNIE KING: Memphis; History, Political Science; Sigma Chi, pres., 

sec'y; Pre-Legal Society; SGA ; IFC, treas. 
CLARKE KINNEY: Hughes, Arkansas. 
ELLIS H. KNIGHT: Memphis; History; BSU. 



JOHN RAMSEY KNOX, JR.: Trenton, Tennessee; Mathematics. 

CYNTHIA KORNDORFFER: Memphis; History; SNEA; Newman Club; 

Phi Mu, vice-pres., ritual chairman. 
WANDA LAFEVER : Whitehaven, Tennessee; Spanish; Young Democrats; 

SNEA; Sigma Delta Pi, vice-pres. 
EMILY DUNCAN LAWRENCE: Memphis; French, English; transier from 

Clarke Memorial College; Honor Roll. 



MARILYN JEAN LAWRENCE: Steele, Missouri; Biology; Biology Club; 
Wesley; Chi Beta Phi, sec'y; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 

BOB LEWIS: Camden, Arkansas; Mathematics; Math Club; Young Demo- 
crats; "M" Club; Track, captain; BSU; Dorm Council; Delta Kappa, 
vice-pres.; Arnold Air Society; Pi Sigma Epsilon; AFROTC, Commander, 
Cadet Lieutenant Colonel; Sigma Chi; "Who's Who." 

SARA JANE LEWIS: Humboldt, Tennessee. 

BEVERLY ANN LOEFFEL : Memphis; History; Delta Zeta, pledge pres., 
best pledge, rec. sec'y, standards chairman; Panhellenic ; Newman Club; 
SNEA; Senior Class, treas. 



KENNETH CHALMERS MOORE: Memphis; 
Sociology; Westminster; Pi Kappa Alpha; 
DeSoto, Religious Editor. 

PATRICIA LEIGH MORRISON: Memphis; 
Speech; Newman Club; Sock and Buskin, 
pres., vice-pres.; Cub Club, publicity chair- 
man; Young Democrats; Alpha Xi Delta, 
pres., historian; Fine Arts Club; Inner- 
Collegiate Debate Squad; SGA, Senior Justice 
in Supreme Court; Tassel; Tau Kappa Alpha; 
Alpha Psi Omega, "Best Actress of the 
Year"; Standards Committee. 

PAULA CATHERINE MORTON: Memphis; 
Chemistry; Gamma Phi Beta, parliamentarian, 
rituals chairman, treas., first vice-pres., pledge 
trainer; American Chemical Society. 

ROSE MARIE McAFEE: Memphis; Journalism; 
Alpha Xi Delta, pledge pres., social chair- 
man, corres. sec'y; Pi Delta Epsilon; Junior 
Panhellenic, sec'y-treas. ; Pikettes; DeSoto, 
class editor, beauty editor, executive editor; 
Tiger Rag, reporter; Chairman of DeSoto 
Beauty Review; Cub Club; SNEA; Young 
Democrats; En Garde; Badminton Club; 
Newman Club; Journalism Award; "Who's 
Who." 
MARY McDONAI.D : Memphis; Sociology; Art 
Club; Social Science Club, sec'y. 

JO VAKNELL McGEE : Memphis. 

MAURICE CRAWFORD McGEE: Memphis; 
Physics, Mathematics; Physics Club, pres.; 
Tennessee Academy of Science, Treas.; Chi 
Beta Phi, Ireas. 

KATHERINE McMAHON: Memphis; Psychol- 
ogy; Sigma Kappa, social chairman, rec. 
sec'y; Cub Club; Newman Club; Psychology 
Club, sec'y; DeSoto, religious editor, fea- 
tures editor. 

RICHARD WARREN McMAHON: Memphis; 
Psychology, Biology; Dean's List; Honor 
Roll; Honor Scholarship; Chi Beta Phi; 
Delta Kappa, treas.; Tiger Rag, Reporter; 
Supreme Court ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pres., 
treas., deputy treas., intramural director, 
pledge scholarship leader, active scholarship 
leader; Debate Team, National Convention 
Delegate, Talent Night Winner; Psychology 
Club; Biology Club; Chemistry Club; Young 
Republicans; Cub Club; "Who's Who." 

CAROLYN PRUETTE McNEIL: Memphis; Eng- 
lish; Tassel; Tan Kappa Alpha; Alpha Gamma 
Delta, pres.; History Assoc.; SGA, vice-pres. 

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FRANK C. MASSERANO: Memphis; Music 
Education; Phi Mu Alpha, vice-pres.; Chi 
Alpha: Arnold Air Society; Sock and Bus- 
kin; Choral; Band; Grand Opera; AFROTC 
Student Band Director; SAGE Commander; 
AFROTC Commissioned Officer. 

BERNICE MICHAELS: Memphis; English; 
SNEA. 



JAMES H. LUCKEY: Milan, Tennessee; Biology; Biology Club; Honor 
Roll; Dean's List. ' 

JIM R. MABILE : Memphis; Biology; Independence Club; Cross-country; 
Track. 

LEON MALKIN : Memphis. 

MARTHA MARTIN: Memphis; English; Alpha Delta Pi, scholarship chair- 
man; Wesley; SNEA; Alpha Lambda Delta; Academic scholarship. 



LINDA MILLER: Memphis; Spanish; Christian 
Science College Organization, sec'y, pres.; 
Alpha Delta Pi, pledge sec'y, assistant stand- 



ards chairman, activities chairman; Sigma 

Delta Pi. 
CHARLOTTE MILLS: Memphis; History; Sock 

and Buskin; Kappa Sigma Sweetheart Club; 

Delta Zeta, courtesy chairman, guard; Wesley. 
JACK PRESTON MONTAGUE: Memphis. 




Seniors 



\THLENE NICHOLS: Corpus Christ i, Texas; Commercial Art; transfer 

from Del Mar College; Art Club; BSU ; SNEA; Young Democrats. 

iMUEL L. ORME : Memphis; Psychology; Young Democrats. 

)DNEY L. OSBORNE: Memphis; Mathematics. 

ILLIAM DOUGLAS OURY: Memphis; History, Political Science; Young 

Republicans, pres.; Pre-Legal Society, corres. sec'y; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



2NJIE T. OUTLAW: Memphis; Chemistry; American Chemical 

2TTY SUE OWENS: 

AREN OW1NGS : Memphis. 

UL OXENDINE : Memphis; Journalism; Entre Nous, pres.; Psycholog 

Club; Badminton Club; Tiger Rag; Pi Delta Epsilon; Junior Class, sec'y 



AC ELDER OZIER: Memphis; Psychology; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pres.; IFC, treas.; 
SGA, Chief Justice; Young Republicans; 
TGIF; Tiger Rag, reporter; Delta Kappa, 
sec'y; Honor Roll. 

iORGE T. PAINTER: Memphis; Mathematics; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Math Club. 
JARLES B. PARHAM, JR.: Grand Junction, 
Tennessee; Sacred Music; Phi Mu Alpha, 
treas.; Glee Club; Chorale; accompanist; 
Am. Guild of Organists; Wesley; Music Edu- 
cation Orchestra; Opera accompanist. 
JOMAS D. PARNELL: Memphis. 
iY ELIZABETH PATTERSON: Memphis; 
Journalism and English; BSU; Band, treas.; 
Phoenix, short story editor; Tiger Rag, re- 
ligious editor; DeSoto, history editor; Music 
and academic scholarships; Honor Roll. 



\RRY PEARCE: Memphis; Physics; Physics 
Club, sec'y., treas.; Drill Team; Arnold 
Air Society, pledge master; Advanced 
AFROTC : Flying Tigers. 

)Y ALLEN PEDDY: Henderson, Tennessee; 
Geography; Westminster; Young Democrats; 
University Band; ROTC Band; Kappa Alpha. 
VNCY MATLOCK PHIPPS : Memphis. 

M. PLUNK: Memphis; History; Inter- 
Varsity. , 
ILLIAM R. POLLARD: Memphis; Biology; 
Biology Club ; Young Democrats. 





JANNA ROSE PRANGE : Memphis; Music Ed- 
ucation; University Chorale; Entre Nous, 
historian, social chairman; Westminster, as- 
sociate moderator; Opera Company. 

RICKI RAMEY: Memphis. 

BOBBY CYRUS RAUCHLE : Milan, Tennessee; 
History, German, Journalism; Pi Delta Ep- 
silon, pres.; Phi Alpha Theta, pres.; Delta 
Kappa; Young Republicans, vice-pres.; Tiger 
Rag, associate editor, feature editor, copy- 
editor; French Club; BSU; Dean's List; 
Honor Roll; Pi Delta Epsilon Honorary 
Feature Award; Student Public Relations 
Director. 

JIMMIE ANN RAY: Newbern, Tennessee; Eng- 
lish; Wesley, second vice-pres.; SNEA, pres.; 
Young Democrats; Biology Club; Alpha 
Lambda Delta, pres.; Tassel, pres.; Liberal 
Arts Honor Society; Dorm Counselor; Re- 
ligious Council, corres. sec'y; "Who's Who." 

BILL W. REED: Memphis; Speech; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Debate Society; Debate Manager; 
Tau Kappa Alpha, pres.; "Who's Who." 

MARY LOUISE REED: Memphis; History; 
Philosophy Club, treas.; Choir. 

BILLY TATE RENFROW: Memphis; Psychol- 
ogy; transfer from Maryville College. 

E. TAYLOR RICHARDSON: Tiptonville, Ten- 
nessee; History; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Young 
Democrats; Cub Club; Rebel Party, vice- 
chairman; Tiger Rag, reporter; IFC; Pre- 
Legal Society. 

BETTY L. RIDGWAY: Whitehaven, Tennessee; 
English. 

FRED F. RILEY: Memphis; History; Advanced 
AFROTC. 

DONALD W. ROARK: Memphis. 

THOMAS LIDDELL ROBERTS: Memphis; Psy- 
chology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; IFC; Wesley; 
Psychology Club: Rebel Party, Chairman, 
vice-chairman; Election Commission; Tiger 
Rag, reporter; Cub Club. 

JIMMY A. ROWLAND: Selmer, Tennessee; 
Physical Science; Sigma Chi; Dorm Council. 

GLYNN LEE RUSSELL: Monticello, Mississippi. 

NANCY ANN RYLAND : Memphis; History; 
Alpha Gamma Delta, rec. sec'y; Panhellenic, 
pres.; Newman Club, Cub Club; Biology 
Club; Junior Miss; "Who's Who." JAC 




Seniors 



Memphis; Political 



Ten- 
from 
Sci- 
Psy- 



DOUGLAS SALMON : 
Science. 

ANN MARIE SAMMONS : Collierville, Ten- 
nessee; Speech and Drama; Alpha Delta Pi, 
efficiency chairman; Phi Gamma Nu, vice- 
pres.; Sock and Buskin, sec'y, trea9.; Pegis 
Sweetheart Club, pres. ; Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Sweetheart. 

BETTY BLYTHE SCATES: Henning, 
nessee ; Sociology, History; transfer 
Southwestern; Alpha Omega Pi; Social 
ence Club; Young Democrats; Wesley; 
chology Club. 

BILL SCROGGINS: Covington, Tennessee; 
Journalism; Sigma Chi; DeSoto ; Tiger Rag, 
Journalism award; National College Newspaper 
Contest, honorable mention, second place. 

CHARLOTTE SHARPE : Memphis; English; 
Psychology Club; Young Democrats; New- 
man Club, rec. sec'y, vice-pres. 

CHARLES THOMAS SHEA: Memphis. 
CARROLL ANN SMITH: Park Ridge, Illinois; 

French, English; Alpha Gamma Delta, pres., 

best pledge; Tassel, vice-pres.; Newman Club; 

SNEA; Academic scholarship; "Who's Who." 
GEORGE RODERICK. SMITH: Memphis; Art; 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; DeSoto, artist. 
JUDY A. B. SMITH: Memphis. 
LEE EDWARD SMITH: 



MANIS JAMES SMITH, JR.: Memphis; 

istry ; Young Republicans, pres., e 

council; American Chemical Society; 

Alpha Epsilon, social chairman, 

trainer; Cub Club; Math Club. 
MARGARET W. SMITH: Memphis; 1 

French Club. 
MARY MARNA SMITH: Memphis; 1 

Wesley ; Choir. 
WILLIAM PAUL SMITH, JR.: Me 

Chemistry; American Chemistry Soc 

AFROTC Rifle Team. 
RUSSELL HOWARD STRAUSS: Me 

History; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Hillel; Ph 

Theta. 



Chem- 

ecutive 

Sigma 

pledge 

nglish; 

nglish; 

mphis; 
iety; 

mphis ; 
Alpha 



RON P. TATE: Memphis; Economics, Political 
Science, Journalism, Geography; Pi Kappa 
Alpha, political chairman, homecoming chair 
man, Outstanding Senior; Cub Club; New 
man Club; Pre-Legal Society, co-founder 
charter member; Student Congress Party, co 
chairman, founder; Young Democrats, pres. 
"Who's Who." 

WILLIAM HUNT THESMAR: Memphis 
French; Psychology Club; Philosophy Club 
Canterbury Club; French Club. 

SARA HYDE TILSON : Memphis; History 
I Alpha Gamma Delta; Art Club; Newman 
Club. 

JLMMY D. TOWNSEND: Paris, Tennessee; 
Speech and Drama; Debate Team; Alpha 
Psi Omega; "Look Homeward Angel." 

ELIZABETH ANN TRAMMELL: Memphis; 
Physical Education; Physical Education 
Major's Club, sec'y; SNEA; Young Demo- 
crats; Honor Roll. 



HENRY EDWARD TURNER: Memphis; Mathe- 
matics; Sigma Chi. 

DORIS KAY TYUS: Memphis; Art; Gamma 
Phi Beta, rush chairman, second vice-pres.; 
Cub Club; Art Club; Psychology Club; Pan' 
hellenic; May Court; DeSoto, artist 

DAVID MICHAEL WALLACE : Memphis; 
Journalism, German; Pi Kappa Alpha; Cub 
Club; Tiger Rag, Sports editor, journalism in- 
tern with Commercial Appeal; Assistant 
Athletic Publicity Director; Pi Delta Epsilon. 

PECGY WALTERS: Memphis; English; Alpha 
Delta Pi; Westminster; Panhellenic 

SARAH JANE WARRINGTON: Memphis; Bi- 
ology; Wesley, treas.; Biology Club; Alpha 
Lambda Delta, treas.; Chi Beta Phi; Tassel. 



English, 



treas. ; 

Mem- 
Class 
vice- 



CHARLES A. WEINER : Memphis; 
Psychology; Newman Club. 

FRANK S. WESSON: Memphis; English; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Young Republicans] 
pres.; Pre-Legal Society; Debate Team; SGA ; 

^?^lr Ka PP a - vice-pres.; Tau Kappa Alpha! 

CAROL WHITAKER: Memphis. 

JO ANNE WILDER: Memphis; Art; Alpha Xi 
Delta, activities chairman; Art Club, social 
chairman; Cub Club; Badminton Club 
French Club; SNEA; Entrc Nous. 

DWIGHT ARCHIBALD WILLIAMS, JR.: 
phis; History, English; Freshman 
phis; Sophomore Class, pres. ; SGA 
pres.; Delta Kappa, pres.; Tau Kappa' Alpha 
vice-pres., pres.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; West- 
minster; Tiger Rag; Young Republicans; De- 
bale Team, Most Outstanding Freshman De- 
bate Award; First place Persuasive Speak- 
ing; National Tau Kappa Alpha, fourth place 
Individual Debate Award. 

SANDRA WILLIAMS: Memphis; Psychology; 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Memphis Symphony Or- 
chestra; Memphis Concerl Orchestra: Band- 
Orchestra. 

GAIL CLAY WILLIAMSON: Memphis; English- 
transfer from Mississippi State College for 
Women; Lantern and Torch; Honor Society 
Pi Kappa Delta; Honor Roll: Delta Zera- 
SNEA. ' 

THOMAS OVAL WOOD: Memphis 

JOE DAN WOOTEN: Selmer, Tennessee; Bi- 
ology ; Dorm Council. 

PAUL YOST: Memphis; Psychology; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Rifle Team; Psychology Club 



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ADAMS, JIMMY R. ..... Memphis, Tennessee 

ADDINGTON, JAMES . Nettleton, Mississippi 

ALEXANDER, JUDITH D. . Millington, Tenn. 

ALLEN, CAROLYN Memphis, Tennessee 

ALLISON, JERRY Memphis, Tennessee 

ANDERSON, FLEDA BELL . . Memphis, Tenn. 

ARNOULT, PHIL . Memphis, Tennessee 

AUSTIN, REECE II . Memphis, Tennessee 

AUTRY, DON . . Memphis, Tennessee 

BARBER, JERRY Memphis, Tennessee 



BEASLEY, PATRICIA . Covington, Tennessee 

BERNATSKY, CAROL JEAN Memphis, Tenn. 

BINGHAM, JAMES M. . Saltillo, Tennessee 

BLUMBEKS, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

BOALES, GLENNA . . Louisville, Kentucky 



BOLES, ANDREW ...... Whitehaven, Tennessee 

BOYD, LINDA M. Memphis, Tennessee 

BRADOW, LESLIE C. Memphis, Tennessee 

BRANHAM, GINGER Gallatin, Tennessee 

BREWER, G. DOUGLAS Memphis, Tennessee 



BREWSTER, THOMAS Colorado Springs, Colo. 

BRICKS, B. GERRY Clawson, Michigan 

BROTHERS, KAY Dyershurg, Tennessee 

BULLIFIN, CAROL JEAN Memphis, Tenn. 

BURKE, BOBBY Memphis, Tennessee 



CABLER, JO Memphis, Tennessee 

CAIN, CHRIS S. Memphis, Tennessee 

CALDWELL, JOYCE ANN Memphis, Tenn. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES D. Memphis, Tennessee 

CANALE, JAMES L Memphis, Tennessee 



CANNON, RAYBOURN A. Memphis, Tenn. 

CAPOOTH, BARBARA F. Marked Tree, Ark. 

CARTER, GUYLENE Collierville, Tennessee 

CASTENS, ANNA Memphis, Tennessee 

CATHEY, CHARLOTTE M. Memphis, Tenn. 



CHAPMAN, PAUL Memphis, Tennessee 

CHU, NALUP K Round Pond, Arkansas 

CICCARELLI, RALPH Follansbee, W. Va. 

CLEMMONS, CORINNE Memphis, Tennessee 

COFER, BILLIE WAYNE Memphis, Tenn. 



COLE, EVELYN Memphis, Tennessee 

COLE, WARREN G Memphis, Tennessee 

COLEMAN, CHARLES Memphis, Tennessee 

COLEMAN, JERE ANNE Memphis, Tennessee 

COVELLIS, ELAINE Memphis, Tennessee 




Juniors 




COX, JOHN T. Memphis, Tennessee 

COX, WILLIAM P. Memphis, Tennessee 

COY, JOHN R. Memphis, Tennessee 

CRAWFORD, KAY Memphis, Tennessee 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN E Memphis, Tenn. 

CUPPLES, JIMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

DELUGACH, BARBARA L. Memphis, Tenn. 

DEMETRIOU, CHARLES A. ........ Memphis, Tenn. 

DICKENS, DONNA Memphis, Tennessee 

DOBBS, CAROLYN E. ........ Whitehaven, Tennessee 

) 

DOLGOS, MARGARET E. Memphis, Tenn. 

DOYLE, DON Parsons, Tennessee 

DUN LAP, EMILY Paris, Tennessee 

DUPREE, SPENCE Brownsville, Tennessee 

EAVENSON, CHARLES Memphis, Tennessee 

EDWARDS, JO ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

ELLIS, AUBREY L. Portageville, Missouri 

FERGUSON, DALE Memphis, Tennessee 

FERGUSON, RANDALL Germantown, Tenn. 

FIELDS, JANICE Kingsport, Tennessee 

FLAUTT, FRANK L. Memphis, Tennessee 

FORRESTER, SARAH E. Memphis, Tenn. 

FORTUNE, TERRY Ramer, Tennessee 

FOSHEE, TERENCE W. Memphis, Tennessee 

FOUGHTY, GARY L. Memphis, Tennessee 

FREEMAN, DONALD L. Memphis, Tennessee 

FRERICHS, HELEN Whitehaven, Tennessee 

FRIEDMAN, LYNN S. Little Rock, Ark. 

FRIZZELL, DIANE Union City, Tennessee 

FULK, JAMES L. Memphis, Tennessee 

GAINES, BETH Estill Springs, Tennessee 

GANDY, ELEANOR Memphis, Tennessee 

GASKILL, ROBERT H Memphis, "Tennessee 

GIBSON, BRENDA R. Lexington, Tennessee 

GILL, PATTI Memphis, Tennessee 

GILLIAM, JUANITA Memphis, Tennessee 

GINN, RENE Memphis, Tennessee 

GLASS, GORDON R. Memphis, Tennessee 

GRUEN, GORDON Memphis, Tennessee 

GWINN, JENNIE Forrest City, Arkansas 

HALL, GIBBY _.. Memphis, Tennessee 

HALL, NELL Covington, Tennessee 

HAMBLEN, MARTHA _ Memphis, Tennessee 

HAMBY, DELAINE Ripley, Tennessee 

HAMILTON, DIANNE Brownsville, Tennessee 



Juniors 



HAMLIN, TALLY ...... Memphis, Tennessee 

HAMMOCK, GAYLE Memphis, Tennessee 

HANCOCK, JEAN Cordova, Tennessee 

HANEY, DAVID Decaturville, Tennessee 

HARBER, JERRY L Memphis, Tennessee 

HARRISON, SANDRA K. ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

HART, KITTY MARTIN Union City, Tenn. 

HARTLEY, JAMES GORDON Memphis, Tenn. 

HARWELL, BARBARA Memphis, Tennessee 

HAUGEN, MARTHA K. ........ . Memphis, Tennessee 

HAWKINS, RAY Somerville, Tennessee 

HEAD, FRANCES I. Pocahontas, Tennessee 

HEARD, HOWARD C _. Memphis, Tennessee 

HIGGINBOTHAM, WAYNE Memphis, Tenn. 

HOLDER, ROBERT Crenshaw, Mississippi 

HOLLOWAY, MARY ANNE Memphis, Tenn. 

HOLT, MARY JANE Memphis, Tennessee 

HOLT, SUZANNE Milan, Tennessee 

HOOKER, ONEIDA Eads, Tennessee 

HORTON, WILL Memphis, Tennessee 

HOUSE, JACK L Memphis, Tennessee 

HUFFMAN, BARBARA ........ Covington, Tennessee 

HUGGINS, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

HURST, JACKSON F. Ellendale, Tennessee 

JACKS, JON R. Memphis, Tennessee 

JACKSON, SHIRLEY Milan, Tennessee 

JAMES, JIM Memphis, Tennessee 

JAMES, LLOYD W. Memphis, Tennessee 

JAMISON, JACK Memphis, Tennessee 

JONES, GEORGE M. Memphis, Tennessee 

JONES, NELDA ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

JONES, PATSY Memphis, Tennessee 

JORDAN, MARTHA LYNN Selmer, Tenn. 

JUE, DANNY L. Memphis, Tennessee 

KEMP, JUDITH ANN Gallatin, Tennessee 



KEOUGH, HARRIET ANN ........ Collierville, Tenn. 

KEYES, JAMES D. Memphis, Tennessee 

KIRKSEY, HELEN Greenville, Mississippi 

KLEISER, JAMES A. Nashville, Tennessee 

KNIGHT, CHARLES W. ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

LACKEY, BILLIE Memphis, Tennessee 

LANG, BOB Memphis, Tennessee 

LA PLANT, DAVID K. West Memphis, Ark. 

LAWRENCE, HURLEY Collierville, Tennessee 

LAX, ORREN _ Bolivar, Tennessee 




Juniors 




LEECH, MICHAEL ANTHONY _ Memphis, Term. 

LOCKHART, LOUISE Memphis, Tennessee 

LONG, JAMES M. Memphis, Tennessee 

LUCAS, ROBERT D. Corning, New York 

MARTIN, BILLY RAY Jackson, Tennessee 

MASSEY, JUDY Whitehaven, Tennessee 

MAYS, CARL Humboldt, Tennessee 

MEEKS, ROBERT T., JR. Memphis, Tennessee 

MERRYMAN, STAN L. Memphis, Tennessee 

MICHAEL, MARTIN Collierville, Tenn. 

) 

MIDDLEBROOK, DENICE Memphis, Tenn. 

MIDYETT, FREEMAN A. Memphis, Tenn. 

MILLER, ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

MILLER,- DEWAYNE Memphis, Tennessee 

MOFFATT, JODY Memphis, Tennessee 

MOULTRIE, GEORGIA B. Memphis, Tennessee 

MURPHY, JIMMY L. Memphis, Tennessee 

MATHESON, ERIC Memphis, Tennessee 

McKNIGHT, SIMS Mason, Tennessee 

McMILLEN, DAVID L. Memphis, Tennessee 

NAYLOR, BOBBY D. West Memphis, Ark. 

NEVELS, GORDON C. Memphis, Tennessee 

NICHOL, JAMES P Nashville, Tennessee 

NOE, BETTY V. Collierville, Tennessee 

NORMENT, BEVERLY R Whiteville, Tenn. 



OAKLEY, GLADYS L. Memphis, Tennessee 

O'BRYANT, BOBBY M. Memphis, Tennessee 

O'DONNELL, GAIL Little Rock, Arkansas 

OEDING, NANCY JO Memphis, Tennessee 

PATE, JOYCE Memphis, Tennessee 

PEARCE, LINDA Memphis, Tennessee 

PHARR, JOHN D. Memphis, Tennessee 

PHILLIPS, MARILYN N. Little Rock, Ark. 

PIERCE, ELIZABETH Memphis, Tennessee 

POWELL, MARTHA ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

PRIVETT, PATRICIA Friendship, Tennessee 

PUGH, BILL Memphis, Tennessee 

QUARLES, ROBERT H. Dyer, Tennessee 

RAUSHER, ANN ~ Memphis, Tennessee 

REAVIS, DAVID L Memphis, Tennessee 

RICHMOND, OBADIAH Memphis, Tennessee 

RICHISON, KATHRYN Memphis, Tennessee 

RIDDICK, M. F Bells, Tennessee 

ROBBINS, ADELAIDE L Mayfield, Kentucky 

ROBERTS, MAURICE Memphis, Tennessee 



Juniors 



ROGERS, BERTHA Memphis, Tennessee 

ROSENGARTEN, LEE A. ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

ROSS, BETTYE Bolivar, Tennessee 

RUYL, JAMES P. Memphis, Tennessee 

SANDERS, ZEMULY R. ... Walls, Mississippi 

SANDIDGE, ERNIE L Memphis, Tennessee 

SCANLON, GENE Memphis, Tennessee 

SIMPSON, JOHN R. Memphis, Tennessee 

SINIARD, ARNOLD Millington, Tennessee 

SMITH, BARBARA Grand Junction, Tennessee 

SMITH, MILTON DALE Memphis, Tennessee 

SNOW, JAN Whitehaven, Tennessee 

SOLOMON, TOM Memphis, Tennessee 

SPIELBERGER, RONALD Memphis, Tenn. 

SPRAY, ROBERT . Memphis, Tennessee 

STANFILL, WILLIAM W Memphis, Tenn. 

STEPHENS, LARRY J Millington, Tennessee 

STEPHENSON, DIANE Covington, Tennessee 

STEWART, JOEL Memphis, Tennessee 

STUBBLEFIELD, JERE Medina, Tennessee 

SWEARINGEN, JOHN N Memphis, Tenn. 

TILTON, ILEDA Memphis, Tennessee 

TRELAWNEY, FRANK Trenton, Tennessee 

TROTTER, LEWIS Memphis, Tennessee 

TROUT, CECELIA Memphis, Tennessee 

TUCKER, KAREN Memphis, Tennessee 

VALVIK, KAY Memphis, Tennessee 

WADELL, JIM Memphis, Tennessee 

WAGE, WILLIAM Memphis, Tennessee 

WALLIS, SANDRA Memphis, Tennessee 

WEEKS, RITA Germantovyn, Tennessee 

WHIPPLE, MIM Memphis, Tennessee 

WHITE, HAROLD Whitehaven, Tennessee 





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WILEY, LAEL S. Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIAMS, ALBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIAMS, JOHN T. Memphis, Tennessee 

WILSON, CHARLOTTE D. Memphis, Tenn. 

WOLFE, WILLIAM _______ Memphis, Tennessee 

WONG, YAM S. Hong Kong, China 

WOODALL, RONALD Memphis, Tennessee 

WOODS, GWEN Memphis, Tennessee 

WRIGHT, JOHN M. Memphis, Tennessee 

YATES, JENNY LEE : Mayfield, Kentucky 

YOUNG, JIM ____ Memphis, Tennessee 

ZURHORST, THOMAS E Memphis, Tenn. 




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252 



Sophomores 



ABLES, DONALD L. . Memphis, Tennessee 

ADAMS, PHIL . . Memphis, Tennessee 

AGNEW, WYNNE . Memphis, Tennessee 

ARWOOD, ROBERT N. ... Memphis, Tennessee 

ATKINS, CARON ANN . Obion, Tennessee 



AYERS, NANCY JO . . Memphis, Tennessee 

BAKER, BETTY S. ... .. ._. Jackson, Tennessee 

BANKS, BILLY Memphis, Tennessee 

BARBER, LUCY MAE . Memphis, Tennessee 

BARBER, TRYCE Memphis, Tennessee 



BARGER, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

BARKER, BILL Trenton, Tennessee 

BARRON, EDWIN G. . Selmer, Tennessee 

BARRON, WILLIAM Cordova, Tennessee 

BARUCHMAN, BEVERLY'. . Memphis, Tennessee 

BASKIN, REED Caruthersville Missouri 

BASTNAGEL, CHARLES E. Memphis, Tenn. 

BELL, BORDEN W. Memphis, Arkansas 

BENTON, WALTER Memphis, Tennessee 

BERGDORF, CLAIRE Memphis, Tennessee 



BINGHAM, BILL Memphis, Tennessee 

BLACK, JANE E. Memphis, Tennessee 

BLACKBURN, RICHARD Memphis, Tennessee 

BLACKWOOD, BARBARA . Whitehaven, Tenn. 

BLAIR, MARY SUZANNE Memphis, Tenn. 



BLANTON, MELANIE Nashville, Tennessee 

BLEDSOE, JERE F. W. Memphis, Arkansas 

BOND, GEORGE E. Memphis, Tennessee 

BOYD, JAMES L. . .... Memphis, Tennessee 

BOYD, MARTHA McGehee, Arkansas 



BRADFORD, JAN Memphis, Tennessee 

BRANDON, STUART D. Memphis, Tennessee 

BRIGGS, JACQUELINE A. Memphis, Tenn. 

BUCHANAN, TOM Memphis, Tennessee 

BUCHNER, LISA Moscow, Tennessee 



BULLARD, MARTY .... Memphis, Tennessee 

BUTLER, WILLIAM D. . ...... Memphis, Tennessee 

BYRN, EDYE GAYLE Mayfield, Kentucky 

CADY, ROBERT M. Memphis, Tennessee 

CALDWELL, CAROL ANN Greenfield, Tenn. 



CANNON, BILL Memphis, Tennessee 

CAPPS, SARA ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

CAUDEL, JERRY G. Memphis, Tennessee 

CAUDILL, MARY FERN Memphis, Tennessee 

CHERRY, MARGARET B Memphis, Tenn. 





Sophomores 



CHILDRESS, BRUCE Memphis, Tennessee 

CHILDRESS, VICKI LEE Memphis, Tennessee 

CLARK, IRENE Memphis, Tennessee 

CLARK, JIMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

CLARK, KITTYE Friendship, Tennessee 

CLARK, RODNEY Memphis, Tennessee 

CLINTON, EDDIE Memphis, Tennessee 

COCKE, MAYO Macon, Tennessee 

COGGINS, DONNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

COOPER, STANLEY MARVIN . Memphis, Tenn. 

COUGHLAN, LINDA LOU Ripley, Tennessee 

COX, JOHNNY EDWARD Selmer, Tennessee 

COX, KENNETH MAURICE Memphis, Tenn. 

CRAWFORD, FRANKIE Memphis, Tennessee 

CROCKER, LES FRANK Memphis, Tennessee 

CROSS, NANCY Memphis, Tennessee 

CROWE, BOB J. Memphis, Tennessee 

CURRY, DOUGLAS H. Memphis, Tennessee 

CUTTING, SKIP Memphis, Tennessee 

DARNALL, LINDA Huntingdon, Tennessee 

DAVIS, DOROTHY Memphis, Tennessee 

DAWKINS, DAVID WAYNE Moscow, Tenn. 

DE ARMOND, REBECCA Dermott, Arkansas 

DELASHMIT, DONALD Memphis, Tennessee 

DICKSON, PATRICIA Bethel Springs, Tenn. 

DINO, SAM __.__. Memphis, Tennessee 

DIXON, RICHARD SHERMAN ... Memphis, Tenn. 

DOSS, DORIE Newbern, Tennessee 

DOTSON, DEE Memphis, Tennessee 

DREWRY, HARLAN Memphis, Tennessee 

DUDLEY, SANDRA GRACE Memphis, Tenn. 

DUFFEL, JAMES V. Memphis, Tennessee 

DUNGAN, TED Memphis, Tennessee 

DUSCOE, TOM Union City, Tennessee 

DYER, STEVE Memphis, Tennessee 

ECOFF, HARRY F. Memphis, Tennessee 

EDGERTON, TERRY E. Memphis, Tennessee 

ELDRED, ROBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

ELMORE, E. D ...* _. Bartlett, Tennessee 

ELMORE, MARJORIE Memphis, Tennessee 

EMBRY, WALLACE Millington, Tennessee 

ERVIN, GLORIA ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

FERGUSON, SHIRLEY ANN Memphis, Tenn. 

FERRARI, RONALD VINCENT .... Memphis, Tenn. 
FISHER, EDWARD WAYNE Trenton, Tenn. 



Sophomores 



FISHER, JANE E. ._ Memphis, Tennessee 

FISHER, SAMMY YOUNG, JR. . Memphis, Tenn. 
FLETCHER, DIANE Memphis, Tennessee 

FORBESS, KARY D. ....... Memphis, Tennessee 

FORWALTER, NANCY SHARON ... Memphis, Tenn. 



FRANSIOLI, MARGUERITE E. .... Memphis, Tenn. 
FREELAND, ERNIE . . Memphis, Tennessee 

FREELS, SUE Memphis, Tennessee 

FRENCH, EARL WILLIAM Memphis, Tenn. 

FRENCH, ELAINE K. ... . Memphis, Tennessee 



GAMEL, RAYMOND G. Memphis, Tennessee 

GARDNER, CURTIS Memphis, Tennessee 

GARNER, BENNY HORICE ........ Memphis, Tenn. 

GARY, NANCY ELIZABETH Memphis, Tenn. 

GILLILAND, CHARLES ARTHUR, III . Memphis, 

Tennessee 



GLASS, MARTHA JO Covington, Tennessee 

GOODWIN, BECKY Memphis, Tennessee 

GOSSETT, LARRY .... Memphis, Tennessee 

GRANT, DAVID AUSTIN ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

GRIFFIN, LARRY F. ........ Memphis, Tennessee 



GUSTAFSON, H. LEONARD Memphis, Tenn. 

HALE, VIRGINIA Memphis, Tennessee 

HALL, PATSY Montgomery, Alabama 

HALL, PENNY Arlington, Tennessee 

HAMILTON, KATE CRESAP .... Paris, Tennessee 



HANKINS, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

HARMER, BARBARA ANNE Memphis, Tenn. 

HARRIS, BETTY JOAN Moscow, Tennessee 

HARRIS, GENE New Orleans, Louisiana 

HARRIS, HERBERT F. Memphis, Tennessee 



HARWELL, B. HOLMES Memphis, Tennessee 

HASKELL, RON LEE Whitehaven, Tennessee 

HAYES, PATRICIA ANN Memphis, Tenn. 

HEARINGTON, JANELLE Parsons, Tennessee 

HEFFINGTON, TOMYRIS Memphis, Tennessee 



HENDRIX, ERROL Memphis, Tennessee 

HICKERSON, JERRY Trenton, Tennessee 

HINTON, JERRY TED Sarasota, Florida 

HOBSON, JIMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

HOLLINGSWORTH, HARRIS B. Heth, Ark. 



HOLLOMAN, MIKE RYAN Portageville, Mo. 

HOPPER, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 

HORNER, TOBY MARR Dyersburg, Tennessee 

HOWELL, CAROL ANN ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

HOUSTON, JAMES Memphis, Tennessee 





Sophomores 



HOWLAND, KATHY Memphis, Tennessee 

HUDSON, MICHAEL D. Memphis, Tennessee 

HUETTEL, CHICK Memphis, Tennessee 

HUEY, JOHN D. Memphis, Tennessee 

HUMBER, MARY R Memphis, Tennessee 

HUTCHENS, ROBERT E. Memphis, Tenn. 

HUTCHESON, MERREL W. Millington, Tenn. 

HUTCHISON, JOE DAVID Caruthersville, Mo. 

INGRAM, LINDA C. Memphis, Tennessee 

ISAAC, JOANNA E. Memphis, Tennessee 

JACOBS, ANNE Memphis, Tennessee 

JACOBS, JOHN R. Henning, Tennessee 

JENKINS, FELIX L. Memphis, Tennessee 

JERRIGAN, JIM A. Smyrna, Tennessee 

JOYNER, PATRICIA K. Memphis, Tennessee 

KANTOR, JUNE Charleston, Mississippi 

KEATHLEY, BARBARA L. Memphis, Tenn. 

KEATHLEY, SANDRA A Dyer, Tennessee 

KESSLER, JOSEPH H. Memphis, Tennessee 

KEY, VICKI C. Memphis, Tennessee 

KING, CHARLES S. Memphis, Tennessee 

KING, WILLIAM E. Memphis, Tennessee 

KIRKSEY, CHARLES Bolivar, Tennessee 

KITCHENS, HOWARD Memphis, Tennessee 

KOCH, SUSAN LOUISE Memphis, Tennessee 

KUYKENDALL, IRA Memphis, Tennessee 

LACKEY, JAMES ._ Memphis, Tennessee 

LAMBERT, LINDA Sikeston, Missouri 

LANE, JAMES A. Memphis, Tennessee 

LANE, LARRY W. Memphis, Tennessee 



LANEY, JOEL Vildo, Tennessee 

LARSON, JOHN M Memphis, Tennessee 

LASSITER, LARRY W. . Milan," Tennessee 

LAWSON, ELAINE Memphis, Tennessee 

LEAKE, LINDA J. Collierville, Tennessee 



LEWIS, RITA A. Selmer, Tennessee 

LEWIS, TED P ___ Brownsville, Tennessee 

LEWIS, WILLIAM R ____.. Memphis, Tennessee 

LIBONDI, ENTONIA Memphis, Tennessee 

LINXWILER, MARGARET .... Memphis, Tennessee 



LOCKE, ALAN - ~ Covington, Tennessee 

LOMAX, SHIRLEY Memphis, Tennessee 

LOWRY, THOMAS H. Hollow Rock, Tenn. 

MANDOLINI, RICHARD G. Memphis, Tenn. 

MARTIN, JOHN A Memphis, Tennessee 



Sophomores 



MASHAW, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

MEDFORD, DENNIS . Memphis, Tennessee 

MESSMER, JIMMY R. Memphis, Tennessee 

MILLER, EVA MAY . Memphis, Tennessee 

MILLS, DIANNE Memphis, Tennessee 

MIMS, KITTY . Memphis, Tennessee 

MITCHELL, SPENCER G. . . Memphis, Tenn. 

MOELLER, ELIZABETH . Memphis, Tennessee 

MONJE, TOM L. . . Memphis, Tennessee 

MONTGOMERY, TONY Scotts Hill, Tenn. 

MOODY, BILLY Gallawav, Tennessee 

MOODY, C. WILLIAM . Memphis, Tennessee 

MOORE, ALEXANDER B. . Memphis, Tenn. 

MOORE, DIXIE Memphis, Tennessee 

MOORE, PATSY R. . . Memphis, Tennessee 

MOORE, RONNIE E. . Adamsville, Tennessee 

MOORE, SHIRLEY Memphis, Tennessee 

MORRIS, DONNA ,___. Memphis, Tennessee 

MORROW, JAMES L. ..__.__ Memphis, Tennessee 

McAMIS, GEORGIA . Memphis, Tennessee 

McCLAREN, LYNN B. Trenton. Tennessee 

MeCOY, JIM Memphis, TennesseV 

McCRACKEN, CECIL Memphis, Tennessee 

McCRARY, WILLIAM H. Memphis, Tennessee 

McCULLEY, MARY F. . Memphis, Tennessee 

McDANIEL, BILL Memphis, Tennessee 

McDARIS, ROBERTA Memphis, Tennessee 

McEWEN, TOMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

McKEE, NANCY Memphis, Tennessee 

McMAHAN, JAMIE L. . Ripley, Tennessee 

NAYLOR, ANN E. _____ Memphis, Tennessee 

NAYLOR, EDGAR L ..._.._ Millington, Tennessee 

NEILL, BARBARA F. Memphis, Tennessee 

NELSON, BEVERLY L. . . Caruthersville, Tenn. 
NEUMANN, BOB ..._. _ Memphis, Tennessee 



NEWMAN, BURTON Memphis, Tennessee 

NEWMAN, SANDRA J. Memphis, Tennessee 

NOBLES, HAROLD Memphis, Tennessee 

NOLEN, RUSSELL Memphis, Tennessee 

O'DANIEL, SAM C. _. _____ Memphis, Tennessee 

ODLE, WILBUR P. Memphis, Tennessee 

O'HAVER, GEORGE B. Memphis, Tennessee 

O'NEIL, JANE F. Memphis, Tennessee 

ORIO, SKIPPY Lexington, Tennessee 

ORR, PATSY Savannah, Tennessee 





Sophomores 



OZIER, BARBARA A. Somerville, Tennessee 

PARVIN, KHOSROW Teheran, Iran 

PAYNE, PATRICIA P. Memphis, Tennessee 

PEACE, DONNA S Memphis, Tennessee 

PEACE, JERRY Memphis, Tennessee 



PELLEGRINI, ANNA M. Bolivar, Tennessee 

PERCER, CHAM Memphis, Tennessee 

PETTERSON, DORIS Memphis, Tennessee 

PEYTON, VENITIA Memphis, Tennessee 

PHILLIPS, JAMES B. Savannah, Tennessee 



PICKLE, SANDRA K. Memphis, Tennessee 

PITTS, WINNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

POSEY, RUTH ELLEN .... Germantown, Tennessee 

PRESTON, ALFRED Memphis, Tennessee 

PRICE, BUSTER Memphis, Tennessee 



PRICE, J. PAUL Monticello, Indiana 

PULLIAM, ROBBIE Memphis, Tennessee 

RAINEY, WILBER Memphis, Tennessee 

RANDLETT, ROCHELLE V. Memphis, Tenn. 

RAY, JOYCE D. Memphis, Tennessee 



RAY, MARVIN E. Memphis, Tennessee 

REDMOND, SUSAN Memphis, Tennessee 

RENNICK, TOM Memphis, Tennessee 

ROBBINS, SHERRY D. Memphis, Tennessee 

ROBERTS, DOUGLAS Memphis, Tennessee 



ROGERS, LARRY P. Memphis, Tennessee 

ROGERS, MARGARET A. ...... Memphis, Tennessee 

ROOK, IREYSE Memphis, Tennessee 

ROPER, LARRY Memphis, Tennessee 

ROSS, CHARLES Memphis, Tennessee 



ROSS, DIANE Paris, Tennessee 

ROSS, WILLIAM T Memphis, Tennessee 

ROTTGERING, RICHARD Memphis, Tennessee 

RUTSCHMAN, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 

SANDERFORD, JAMES L Memphis, Tenn. 



SANDERS, BETSY Memphis, Tennessee 

SAUNDERS, DALE R Arlington, Virginia 

SCHLEIFER, GROVER F Memphis, Tennessee 

SCHMIDT, WINNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

SCHULZ, JANET A Memphis, Tennessee 



SCHUSTER, MICHAEL Memphis, Tennessee 

SCHWARTZ, ELLEN C. Hot Springs, Ark. 

SCHWILL, CAROL Memphis, Tennessee 

SEATON, LINDA Memphis, Tennessee 

SEPP, CHARLOTTE Millington, Tennessee 



Sophomores 



SEXTON, WALLACE . . Round Lake, Florida 

SHAPPLEY, VANCE Memphis, Tennessee 

SHERIN, RUTH . ........ Hickory Valley, Mississippi 

SIMPSON, JAMES J. Memphis, Tennessee 

SLATON, DONNA . Memphis, Tennessee 

SLAUGHTER, JOY C. Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, ALICE .... Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee 

SMITH, JOHN B. . Covington, Tennessee 

SMITH, KENNETH B. . Memphis, Tennessee 

SMOOT, ALEX L. Memphis, Tennessee 



SNEED, SHARON Cabot, Arkansas 

SOLOMITO, SHARON Memphis, Tennessee 

SPEIDEL, HAROLD K. Memphis, Tennessee 

SPEIGHT, BONNIE N. Memphis, Tennessee 

SPRINGFIELD, JEDDIE M Memphis, Tenn. 



STAFFORD, WAYNE . Memphis, Tennessee 

STANFILL. LINDA . .... Memphis, Tennessee 
STARK, OLIVIA A. . . Memphis, Tennessee 
STOCKDALE, REBECCA S. Brinkley, Ark. 

SUMMARS, TOMMY W. Memphis, Tennessee 



SUSSKIND, MILDRED Memphis, Tennessee 

SUTHERLAND, GEORGE W. .... Millington, Tenn. 

TARVER, ANNIECE W. Memphis, Arkansas 

TARVER, FRANK C. Memphis, Tennessee 

TAYLOR, ANN M. Memphis, Tennessee 



TAYLOR, JOAN Greenfield, Tennessee 

TAYLOR, STEVE P. Memphis, Tennessee 

TEAGUE, JERRY T. Scotts Hill, Tennessee 

THORN, SALLY Memphis, Tennessee 

THURMOND, LILA Covington, Tennessee 

TOCHEN, BOBBI Memphis, Tennessee 

TOULIATOS, SPERO Memphis, Tennessee 

TOWERY, LIBBY Whitehaven, Tennessee 

TRABISH, MARILYN Memphis, Tennessee 

TRENTON, JERRY A. Whitehaven, Tenn. 



TRIBBLE, ALFRED P. Memphis, Tennessee 

TRIPP, AL Jonesboro, Arkansas 

TRUSSELL, REUBEN L. ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

TURNER, ALICE Memphis, Tennessee 

VAUGHAN, JOHN N. Memphis, Tennessee 



VAUGHAN, LARRY Memphis, Tennessee 

VINCENT, PAT .... Bolivar, Tennessee 

WADSWORTH, VIVAN Memphis, Tennessee 

WATSON, PETE Memphis, Tennessee 

WEBB, B. D. Millington, Tennessee 





Sophomores 

WEIR, CAROLE L Memphis, Tennessee 

WHITE, EVELYN _ Memphis, Tennessee 

WHITE, WEBB Memphis, Tennessee 

WILKES, DONALD WAYNE .... Whitehaven, Tenn. 
WILKINSON, CLARA RACHEL .... Memphis, Tenn. 

WILLIAMS, BILL Friendship, Tennessee 

WILLIAMS, MARY ANN ........ Newbern, Tennessee 

WILLIAMSON, LINDA ANN ........ Memphis, Tenn. 

WILSON, SHERMAN Bolivar, Tennessee 

WIMBERLY, NORMA Jackson, Tennessee 

WINGFIELD, WILLIAM EDISON .... Memphis, Tenn. 

WITT, SANDRA Covington, Tennessee 

WOODS, JAMES Memphis, Tennessee 

WYATT, PAT Memphis, Tennessee 

WYATT, RUBLE WENDELL ........ Memphis, Tenn. 

WYATT, SANDRA CAROL Memphis, Tenn. 

YORK, KINCH Memphis, Tennessee 

YOUNG, BEVERLY Harrington Park, N. J. 





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Freshmen 



AARON, DEANNA Memphis, Tennessee 

ACERRA, LESLIE Memphis, Tennessee 

AGEE, TERRY M. . Memphis, Tennessee 

AIZENSHTAT. WYNNE .... Memphis, Tennessee 

ALEXANDER. WILLIAM H. . Memphis, Tenn. 



ALEXANDER, MARILYN E. Memphis, Tenn. 

ALFORD, CAROLYN J. . . Dyersburg, Tennessee 
ALLEN, BETTY Jackson, Tennessee 

ALLEN, WILLIAM W. .... .... Memphis, Tennessee 

AMYETT, PAT . Memphis, Tennessee 



ANDERSON, BARBARA J. Memphis, Tenn. 

ANGEL, RONALD C. Memphis, Tennessee 

ASHMORE. LINDA F. Memphis, Tennessee 

ASHTON, GINGER . Memphis, Tennessee 
AUSTIN, ANN Ripley, Tennessee 



AYERS, JAMES W. Parsons, Tennessee 

BAILEY, NANCY Memphis, Tennessee 

BAILEY, PAT L. Memphis, Tennessee 

BAKER, BILLIE G Memphis, Tennessee 

BAKER, CHARLES H. Cordova, Tennessee 



BAKER, DOTTIE Bruceton, Tennessee 

BALLARD, CHARLES J. Memphis, Tennessee 

BANNON, ELEANOR Memphis, Tennessee 

BARBEE, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 



BARBOUR, ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

BARDWELL, GLENDA W. Gilmore, Arkansas 

BARGE, BILL ._ Memphis, Tennessee 

BARROWCLOUGH, BARBARA .... Memphis, Tenn. 



BARTLETT, JOE Memphis, Tennessee 

BAUMAN, RAY T. Memphis, Tennessee 

BEACH, DAVID A. Memphis, Tennessee 

BEARDEN, MARTHA L Adamsville, Tennessee 



BEAUDROT, RITA L. Tupelo, Mississippi 

BEERS, KENNETH E. Ellendale, Tennessee 

BELUE, ROBERT _ ._ Memphis, Tennessee 

BENNETT, BARBARA A. Memphis, Tennessee 



BERNARD, JOHN M. _ Memphis, Tennessee 

BERRY, JERRY Memphis, Tennessee 

BERSCHIED, JOHN R Memphis, Tennessee 

BISHOP, GAIL Memphis, Tennessee 





Freshmen 



BLACK, BEVERLY J Bolivar, Tennessee 

BLACK, JIMMIE S. Memphis, Tennessee 

BLACKARD, CHRISTINE Memphis, Tennessee 

BLALACK, KENNETH Memphis, Tennessee 

BLASINGAME, BERNARD Selmer, Tennessee 

BLOODWORTH, GRADY H. ........ Memphis, Tenn. 

BODAMER, GEORGE E. ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

BOGGS, JERRY A. Blytheville, Arkansas 

BOLTON, WALTER Memphis, Tennessee 

BOMAR, LARRY L. Memphis, Tennessee 

BONDURANT, JAMES T. Memphis, Tennessee 

BOOKHOUT, MIKE Memphis, Tennessee 

BORCHERT, WINFRED Memphis, Tennessee 

BOSTICK, ED Memphis, Tennessee 

BOSTON, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

BOWKER, MAXINE Nashville, Tennessee 

BOWLING, SUZANNE Sikeston, Missouri 

BOYANTON, CHARLES E. Memphis, Tenn. 

BRACKEEN, WILLIAM S. Memphis, Tenn. 

BRADBERRY, DIANA Gleason, Tennessee 



BRADFORD, ALICE M. Memphis, Tennessee 

BRADFORD, JOYE A. Memphis, Tennessee 

BRADSHAW, JANE Whitehaven, Tennessee 

BRASHER, REX Memphis, Tennessee 



BRETHERICK, JEAN C. Memphis, Tennessee 

BREWER, AILEEN Dyersburg, Tennessee 

BRIGGS, KATHERINE Memphis, Tennessee 

BRIGHT, WAYNE Memphis, Tennessee 

BRINDLEY, EDDIE Memphis, Tennessee 

BROCK, BILL Cowan, Tennessee 

BROWN, BETSY Memphis, "Tennessee 

BROWN, CONNIE Russellville, Kentucky 



BROWN, GLENDA Memphis, Tennessee 

BROWN, JIMMY Whitehaven, Tennessee 

BROWN, JOE L. Arlington, Tennessee 

BROWN, MARTY Memphis, Tennessee 

BROWN, STEPHEN Memphis, Tennessee 

BRYANT, CHARLOTTE Whiteville, Tennessee 

BRYANT, WILLIAM Memphis, Tennessee 

BUCKLEY, PHILLIP S Covington, Tennessee 



Freshmen 



BUDERMAN, HELENE RAE Memphis, Tenn. 

BUGG. BILLY Forest Hill, Tennessee 

BURKHEAD, RICHARD WAYNE . Memphis, 

Tennessee 
BURNS, PAT _ . Memphis, Tennessee 

BYRD, PATSY . Memphis, Tennessee 

BYROM, CHARLOTTE ANN . . Memphis, Tenn. 

CAIN, JERRY Memphis, Tennessee 

CALDWELL. CAROL ..... Ripley, Tennessee 

CALLAHAN, CAROL PATRICIA .... Memphis, Tenn. 
CAMPBELL, SIDNEY KAREN . . Memphis, Tenn. 

CAMPBELL, PAULA Gould, Arkansas 

CANDLER, ROBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

CARREL, WENDY . Memphis, Tennessee 

CARROLL, DE L. Memphis, Tennessee 

CARROLL, MARGARET . . Knoxville, Tennessee 



CARTER, HARVEY W., JR. . . Memphis, Tennessee 

CARTER, GUY Collierville, Tennessee 

CARTER, IN A Memphis, Tennessee 

CASEY, JAMES . Memphis, Tennessee 

CAVINESS, J. C. . Memphis, Tennessee 



CHANCE, BILL Savannah, Tennessee 

CHANDLER, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

CHARLES, JOHN TROY, JR. Calhoun, Tenn. 

CHARLEY. RAYMOND M. .... Memphis, Tennessee 



CHESEMORE, RONALD GORDON .. Paris, Tenn. 

CHEEVERS, BOB Memphis. Tennessee 

CHILDS, BILLY Memphis, Tennessee 

CHIPMAN, JERRY CARL Memphis, Tennessee 



CLARK, BUCK _ Menrphis, Tennessee 

CLARKE, CHARLIE Memphis, Tennessee 

COBB, BILLY SENNETT Memphis, Tennessee 

CODY, WILLIAM F. Foley, Alabama 



COGBURN, TRAVIS, JR Memphis, Tennessee 

COGGINS, JOE, JR. Memphis, Tennessee 

COLLARD, DANNY Memphis, Tennessee 

COLLINS, TERRANCE EUGENE Memphis, 

Tennessee 



COOK, DAVID HOWELL . . Memphis, Tennessee 

COOK, JEFF Whitehaven, Tennessee 

COLETTA, RONALD CHARLES .... Memphis, Tenn. 
COPELAND, ANNETTE Memphis, Tennessee 





Freshmen 



COREA, SHERRY EDITH Rockwood, Tenn. 

CORMIER, JAMES WILLIAM ._. Millington, Tenn. 
COTROS, ELAINE IRENE .... Memphis, Tennessee 

COTTON, BARBARA Memphis, Tennessee 

COX, HERBERT N., JR. Memphis, Tennessee 

CRAVEN, TOM Memphis, Tennessee 

CRAWFORD, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

CREEL, ANITA Memphis, Tennessee 

CRIBBS, MONTEZE _ 

CRUMP, JEANINE Memphis, Tennessee 

CRULL, ELGIN LEWIS Memphis, Tennessee 

CRUTHIRDS, JIMMY E. Memphis, Tennessee 

CUMMINGS, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 

CURLE, LARRY Memphis, Tennessee 

CUTLIFF, NORMAN JOHN .... Memphis, Tennessee 



DALE, KENNETH R. Memphis, Tenn. 

DANIEL, BILL Memphis, Tennessee 

DARBY, LARRY EDWARD .... Medina, Tennessee 

DARLEY, LYNN Memphis, Tennessee 

DARDEN, W. L. Bruceton, Tennessee 



DAVIS, CHARLES WAYNE .... Memphis, Tennessee 

DAVIS, DEWITT Memphis, Tennessee 

DAVIS, HARRY Memphis, Tennessee 

DAVIS, LYNDA ALYCE Memphis, Tennessee 



DAVIS, PERRY PHILLIPS .... Memphis, Tennessee 

DAWSON, GARY Memphis, Tennessee 

DEAN, BIDWELL N. Memphis, Tennessee 

DEEN, WILLIAM C. Memphis, Tennessee 



DELLINGER, JIMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

DELUCA, LINDA KATHLEEN .... Memphis, Tenn. 

DEW, PHYLLIS Memphis, "Tennessee 

DIXON, JIM Whitehaven, Tennessee 



DIXON, JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 

DOUGLASS, CHARLES Brownsville, Tennessee 

DeVAUGHN, CLARENCE ELVIS .... Burlison, Tenn. 
DHORITY, GLORIA Memphis, Tennessee 



DODSON, CAROL JANE Nashville, Tennessee 

DOERR, STEVE Memphis, Tennessee 

DOUGLAS, BRENDA KAY .... Memphis, Tennessee 
DOWNS, TERRY Memphis, Tennessee 



Freshmen 



DOUGLAS, MARY E. ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

DREW, PAULA . „ Memphis, Tennessee 

DUNCAN, MARY ..... Memphis, Tennessee 

DUNEHEW, JOHNNY . . Memphis, Tennessee 

DUNKIN, RUSSELL . Memphis, Tennessee 

DUNN, FRANKLIN . Memphis, Tennessee 

DUNN, MARTHA . Memphis, Tennessee 

DWORET, RAELEE . Atlanta, Georgia 

EARHART, JOHN .... Memphis, Tennessee 

EATON, MICHAEL . . Memphis, Tennessee 

EDELSON, NADOLYN ....... Memphis, Tennessee 

EDMONDSON. FRED . . Memphis, Tennessee 

EDWARDS. BEVERLY RAY . Memphis, Tenn. 

ELAM, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 

ELLETT, JULIE Memphis, Tennessee 



EMERSON, BLAKE . . Memphis, Tennessee 

EMERSON. PATRICIA Memphis, Tennessee 

ENOCHS, JOHN . ....... Memphis, Tennessee 

ERWIN, JOHNNY Memphis, Tennessee 

ESSARY, DONNA . . Memphis, Tennessee 

FANT, BARBARA ..... ...... Memphis, Tennessee 

FARMER, MIKE Memphis, Tennessee 

FERGUSON, DONNA Poplar Bluff, Missouri 

FERGUSON, JOHN .... Memphis, Tennessee 



FERGUSON, PAUL Memphis, Tennessee 

FERREN, JAMES Memphis, Tennessee 

FIFE, PAM Eads, Tennessee 

FINEBERG, HAROLD ._.. Memphis, Tennessee 



FINLEYSON, GAYLE Raleigh, Tennessee 

FITZGERALD, CURTIS Ripley, Tennessee 

FITZPATRICK, FRANK Nashville, Tennessee 

FITTS, CAROLYN Memphis, Tennessee 



FLEET. MARRIN Memphis, Tennessee 

FLEMING, ROSEMARY .... Memphis, Tennessee 

FLOYD, RALPH _ Memphis, Tennessee 

FORD, MARY Memphis, Tennessee 



FOWLER, MARGARET Humboldt, Tennessee 

FRANKS, THOMAS Memphis, Tennessee 

FREEMAN, ANITA Memphis, Tennessee 

FULLER, CAROL Memphis, Tennessee 





Freshmen 



FUTRELL, PATTY Martin, Tennessee 

GAMMILL, BILL Whitehaven, Tennessee 

GARDNER, HARVEY Selmer, Tennessee 

GARRETT, BETTYE JEAN _ Memphis, Tennessee 

GARRETT, MARILYN Memphis, Tennessee 



GARRETT, PAUL ALLEN .... Memphis, Tennessee 

GARY, ROSE ERIN Germantown, Tennessee 

GATES, JEANNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

GAUTREAUX, PAT Memphis, Tennessee 

GAY, SANDIE Memphis, Tennessee 

GEORGE, JANICE Memphis, Tennessee 

GERMAN, PAUL W. Memphis, Tennessee 

GIBSON, DAVID GIB Lexington, Tennessee 

GIBSON, DOUGLAS Memphis, Tennessee 

GIBSON, NANCY CAROL .... Memphis, Tennessee 



GILLIAND, SALLY B. Memphis, Tennessee 

GINN, DIXIE LANE Memphis, Tennessee 

GLADNEY, BRENDA Memphis, Tennessee 

GLASCOCK, FRANK BLACKWELL .... Memphis, 

Tennessee 
GOAD, BABE Memphis, Tennessee 



GOLD, SAMUEL BROOKS __ Memphis, Tennessee 

GOLDEN, PATRICIA ANN Ridgely, Tenn. 

GOOCH, WANZA ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

GOOD, STEVE Memphis, Tennessee 



GOOD, STEWART Memphis, Tennessee 

GOVER, SIDNEY MEEKER .... Memphis, Tennessee 

GRAMLICK, NANCY Memphis, Tennessee 

GRAY, WALTER S., JR. Memphis, Tennessee 



GREENE, BEVERLY JEAN .... Germantown, Tenn. 

GRIFFIN, THOMAS Memphis, -Tennessee 

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM Memphis, Tennessee 

GRIFFITH, LARRY Jackson, Tennessee 



GRINDER, RICHARD NOBLE .... Memphis, Tenn. 

GRUSIN, MARTIN ALLEN Memphis, Tenn. 

GUNTER, RILEY Whitehaven, Tennessee 

GURLEY, THOMAS Memphis, Tennessee 



GUTHRIE, BARBARA Memphis, Tennessee 

GUTHRIE, TOM Memphis, Tennessee 

HALEY, STEVE Memphis, Tennessee 

HALL, MELVIN DEE Trenton, Tennessee 



Freshmen 



HAMILTON, EDWARD Memphis, Tennessee 

HAMMOND, CHARLOTTE . Jackson, Tennessee 

HAMMOND, ELLEN Memphis, Tennessee 

HANKLEY, DANIEL . . Memphis, Tennessee 

HANNA, ALVIN Memphis, Tennessee 

HARDIN, CAROLYN Arbyrd, Missouri 

HARDIN, JAMES .... Memphis, Tennessee 

HARDY, BONNIE . Memphis, Tennessee 

HARGRAVE, W. H. . . Memphis, Tennessee 

HARLESS, MIKE .... Memphis, Tennessee 



HARPER, SANDRA Memphis, Tennessee 

HARRIS, KAREN . Senath, Missouri 

HARVEY, BOB . Memphis, Tennessee 

HASSLER, JANE Memphis, Tennessee 

HASTINGS, ROBERT ... . Memphis, Tennessee 

HADFIELD, LARRY Memphis, Tennessee 

HAWKE, MARILYN Memphis, Tennessee 

HAYLES, MARY . Memphis, Tennessee 

HEPBURN, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

HIGGINBOTHAM, EUCENE ........ Memphis, Tenn. 



HIGGINS, HERMAN .... ..... Memphis, Tennessee 

HILBUN, LINDA . Memphis, Tennessee 

i 'ILL, ANN Jackson, Tennessee 

HILL, BILLIE HALL Memphis, Tennessee 

HILL, BROOKS Memphis, Tennessee 



HILLS, JIMMY Ripley, Tennessee 

HOFFMAN, VIRGINIA Memphis, Tennessee 

HOLCOMB, GLENN Lexington, Tennessee 

HOLDEN, HUEY Nashville, Tennessee 



HOLLY, GAY Memphis, Tennessee 

HOLMES, MARIS Memphis, Tennessee 

HOOPER, JAMES Memphis, Tennessee 

HOPPER, DAVID Whitehaven, Tennessee 



HOPPER, ROGER Memphis, Tennessee 

HORTON, SAUNDRA Memphis, Tennessee 

HOWE, MALVIN Memphis, Tennessee 

HUEY, THELMA Union City, Tennessee 



HUNT, BILL Covington, Tennessee 

HUNT, WILLIAM Memphis, Tennessee 

HUNTER, HENRY Memphis, Tennessee 

HUNTZICKER, GEORGE ........ Memphis, Tennessee 





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Freshmen 



HURLEY, JAMES V. Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

HURLEY, RAOUL THOMAS ___ Memphis, Tenn 
HURT, CHARLES ROBERT .... Morristown, Tenn' 
HUTCHESOM, JEANETTE ROSE . . Millington, 

Tennessee 
HYDRICK, JANET Memphis, Tennessee 

IRELAND, LORITA Newport, Arkansas 

JACKSON, ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

JAMERSON, THOMAS E. .... Memphis, Tennessee 

JAMES, CAROLYN Memphis, Tennessee 

JASPER, SHERRY Memphis, Tennessee 

JENNINGS, WALTER Memphis, Tennessee 

JOHNSON, DENNIS Memphis, Tennessee 

JOHNSON, DIXIE Memphis, Tennessee 

JOHNSON, JAMES RICHARD _ Memphis, Tenn. 
JOHNSON, MARGIE RITA Memphis, Tenn. 



JOHNSON, NEAL Forest Hill, Arkansas 

JOHNSON, WILLIS W. Memphis, Tennessee 

JONES, BRENDA Memphis, Tennessee 

JONES, LINDA CAROL Memphis, Tennessee 

JONES, WAYNE R. Memphis, Tennessee 



JOPLIN, JULIE ._ Memphis, Tennessee 

JOYNER, LINDA MARIE Memphis, Tennessee 

JUNG, SUSAN A. Memphis, Tennessee 

KAPLAN, JUDY ,. Memphis, Tennessee 



KATZ, ESTALINE Memphis, Tennessee 

KEE, ELVIS JIRL Dyersburg, Tennessee 

KEE, STELLA Memphis, Tennessee 

KELLEY, KAY Memphis, Tennessee 



KELTNER, CATHY RAY Germantown, Tenn. 

KENNON, NANCY Memphis, Tennessee 

KENT, CAROLE Memphis, Tennessee 

KENT, GLORIA ANNETTE Memphis, Tenn. 



KILLOUGH, PEGGY J Jackson, Tennessee 

KIMBERLIN, KIM New Orleans, Louisiana 

KING, MIKE Memphis, Tennessee 

KNIGHT, SALLYE ANNE Memphis, Tennessee 



KORINKE, W. MARSHALL Jackson, Miss. 

KOWN, CHUCK Memphis, Tennessee 

KRASTINS, AL Memphis, Tennessee 

LADD, LARRY LEE Memphis, Tennessee 



Freshmen 



LaFITTE, JUDI Memphis, Tennessee 

LaFORGE, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 

LANCASTER, SAUNDRA .... . Jackson, Tennessee 

LANEY, ROBERT RICE ...... . Vildo, Tennessee 

LARSEN, MARY ELIZABETH Dallas, Texas 



LAWSON, DOTTIE LOU . Forrest City, Arkansas 

LAYCOCK, LARRY Paris, Tennessee 

LEAKE, CRAIG Memphis, Tennessee 

LEE, BONNIE SUE Key West, Florida 

LESLIE, MERRILL ANN Memphis, Tennessee 



LEWIS, REYNOULD Moscow, Tennessee 

LITTLEFIELD, MICHAEL DEAN Memphis, 

Tennessee 

LITTLETON, JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 

LIVINGSTON, MARTHANNE .... Brownsville, Tenn. 
LOCKHART, CARROLL . Memphis, Tennessee 

LOFTON, GEORGE D Collierville, Tenn. 

LOONEY, RHEA LOWISE Denver, Colorado 

LOVELACE, SUSAN Union City, Tennessee 

LOVRIEN, EVELYN IRENE Memphis, Tenn. 

LOWE, HARRIET Memphis, Tennessee 



LOWE, ROBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

LUCK, MELINDA Nashville, Tennessee 

LUCKETT, MARVIN R. ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

LYNCH, JIMMY DENNIS Memphis, Tennessee 



MADDOX, TOMMY CARL ... Memphis, Tennessee 

MAGEE, JERALD W. Memphis, Tennessee 

MAHONEY, JERRY FREEMAN .... Memphis, Tenn. 
MAKOWSKY, BEVERLY TOBY .... Memphis, Tenn. 



MARKHAM, MARTHA Jackson, Tennessee 

MARSHALL, GENE Memphis, Tennessee 

MARTIN, ASHLEY Memphis, Tennessee 

MARTIN, ROBERT J. Memphis, Tennessee 



MASON, JAMES MICHAEL Memphis, Tenn. 

MASSEY, CHARLES ... Memphis, Tennessee 

MASSEY, JOE Memphis, Tennessee 

MATTOX, RICHARD A. Selmer, Tennessee 



MAY, DILLARD T., JR. Memphis, Tennessee 

MAY, NORMA JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 

MAY, TOMMY RAY Savannah, Tennessee 

MEACHAM, SHARON DEANNE .... Nashville, Tenn. 




Freshmen 




MEDLING, EVERETT Memphis, Tennessee 

MEEKS, CAROLYN Jackson, Tennessee 

MELTON, JO ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

MITCHELL, JIMMY ALLEN Savannah, Tenn. 

MITCHELL, WARREN Memphis, Tennessee 



MOFFATT, JOHN MICHAEL Memphis, Tenn. 

MONGER, SAM A. Ill Sweetwater, Tennessee 

MONTAGUE, JOAN _ Somerville, Tennessee 

MONTGOMERY, BARBARA Memphis, Tenn. 

MOODY, JOHN _ Memphis, Tennessee 



MOORE, BOBBIE GAIL Lexington, Tennessee 

MOORE, PAUL WAYNE Memphis, Tennessee 

MORRIS, BETTY JANE . . Little Rock, Arkansas 

MORRIS, CECIL WAYNE Memphis, Tennessee 

MORRIS, LINDA FRANCES Pine Bluff, Ark. 



MORRISON, JOHNNY Memphis, Tennessee 

MUSSELL, KAREN L. Poplar Bluff, Missouri 

MYERS, ARDIE SUE Memphis, Tennessee 

MYERS, LELIA RUTH Memphis, Tennessee 

MYRACLE, JUDY DIANE ...... Memphis, Tennessee 



MYRICK, ROBERT , Memphis, Tennessee 

McCLANAHAN, JOHN D. Memphis, Tenn. 

McCLURE, JIMMY LIDDELL . . Memphis, Tenn. 
McCOLLUM, KENNETH Heth, Arkansas 



McCRITE, MIKE Memphis, Tennessee 

McDANIEL, DEL Memphis, Tennessee 

McDOW, ROBERT S. Memphis, Tennessee 

McEWEN, HARRY JR. Nashville, Tennessee 



McFARLAND, FRED Memphis, Tennessee 

McFARLAND, PATRICIA Memphis, -Tennessee 

McFARLAND, RICHARD Memphis, Tennessee 

McGARRITY, PAT Memphis, Tennessee 



McILVAN, JOE C Memphis, Tennessee 

McLEAN, MAGGIE Jackson, Mississippi 

McLEMORE, CHARLES W., JR. ... Memphis, Tenn. 
McMINN, BOBBY Memphis, Tennessee 



McNAIR, ROBERT WARREN .._ Memphis, Tenn. 

McPHEETERS, SCOTTY Poplar Bluff, Mo. 

NEWBERRY, ALYCE Memphis, Tennessee 

NEWELL, PATRICIA LYNN Atlanta, Georgia 



Freshmen 



NEWKIRK, SAMMY L. Savannah, Tennessee 

NICHOLS, DUDLEY S. Memphis, Tennessee 

NICHOLS, LEA ANNA . . Wynne, Arkansas 

NIXON, EVERETTE ........ . Memphis, Tennessee 

NUCKOLLS, JIMMY Bolivar, Tennessee 

O'BRIEN, CHERI Forest Hill, Tennessee 

OELLERICH, MRS. HELEN D. . Memphis, Tenn. 
OLIVER, HENRY Memphis, Tennessee 

O'NEAL, ALLAN M. Clarksville, Tennessee 

OSBORN, AUDREY EARL . . Memphis, Tennessee 



OSWALT, FREDA GLYNN . . Memphis, Tenn. 

OWEN, JERRY HAMILTON . . Covington, Tenn. 

OWEN, JIMMY W Covington, Tennessee 

OZIER, CALVIN Memphis, Tennessee 

PADGITT, VICKI GAIL _ . Memphis, Tennessee 

PAGAN, MARY ELLEN Ripley, Tennessee 

PAGE, LARRY G. Bruceton, Tennessee 

PARKER, MIKE Memphis, Tennessee 

PARKER, NICK . Memphis, Tennessee 



PARKS, MERRILL S. Memphis, Tennessee 

PATTERSON, JAMES JACKSON . ....... Memphis, 

Tennessee 
PAXENOS, KATHERINE ...... Memphis, Tennessee 

PAYLOR, LARRY EUGENE ... Memphis, Tennessee 



PERKINS, MARY Memphis, Tennessee 

PERRY, CAROLYN L. Memphis, Tennessee 

PERRY. HAL A. Memphis, Tennessee 

PERRY, TOM Memphis, Tennessee 



PETT\ JOE L. Memphis, Tennessee 

PHELAN, SARAH F. Memphis, Tennessee 

PHILLIPS, MARGARET Germantown, Tenn. 

PICKETT, DONNA F. . .... Harrisburg, Arkansas 



PICKLE, JIM Memphis, Tennessee 

PICKLE, WM. CLIFTON Memphis, Tennessee 

PIERCE, JOE TED Memphis, Tennessee 

PIERCE, RONALD D. Memphis, Tennessee 



PINEGAR, JAMES WENDELL ... Memphis, Tenn. 

PINNER, FRANK WAYNE Collierville, Tenn. 

PIPKIN, DON Memphis, Tennessee 

PIRTLE, ALVIN WESLEY .... Memphis, Tennessee 





Freshmen 



PITTMAN, ROBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

PITTMAN, SANDRA Memphis, Tennessee 

PLEASANTS, FRANK Memphis, Tennessee 

POE, DAN MICHAEL Memphis, Tennessee 

POLLARD, LOUISE EUGENIA .... Memphis, Tenn. 



POPE, TERRY Memphis, Tennessee 

POWERS, PENNY Memphis, Tennessee 

PRESSGROVE, WAYNE Memphis, Tennessee 

RAFFERTY, ROSALYN ANN ........ LaGrange, 111. 

RANDLE, AUGUSTUS B. Ill ........ Cordova, Tenn. 



RANDLE, MICKEY E. Cordova, Tennessee 

REBER, PATRICIA CAROL .... Memphis, Tennessee 

RHODES, FRANK Memphis, Tennessee 

ROBBINS, DAVID L. Memphis, Tennessee 

ROBBINS, KITTYE D. Stillwater, Oklahoma 



ROBERTSON, FREDRICKA Tiptonville 

ROBINSON, JANICE Memphis, Tennessee 

ROGERS, JAMES MILTON Memphis, Tenn. 

ROSS, TRESA C. Memphis, Tennessee 

ROUNTREE, DELORES Memphis, Tennessee 

ROUTON, JOE Paris, Tennessee 

ROWAN, LAYRA L. Capleville, Tennessee 

RUBENSTEIN, ALBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

RUPPRECHT, JANICE Memphis, Tennessee 

SADLER, CAROL ANN Jackson, Tennessee 



SALMON, RICHARD ADAMS .... Memphis, Tenn. 

SANDERS, JEANETTE Memphis, Tennessee 

SANDERS, ROB III Memphis, Tennessee 

SCALLIONS, JACKIE D. Gates, Tennessee 

SCHIPPERS, JAMES HENRY .... Memphis, Tenn. 



SCHNEIDER, CAROL JEAN .... Wilmington, Del. 

SCHNITZER, RENA Memphis, Tennessee 

SCHUMACHER, SANDI L. Memphis, Tenn. 

SCOBY, RICK Memphis, Tennessee 

SCOTT, CRANFORD L. Memphis, Tennessee 



SCUDDER, BETTIE ANNE Union City, Tenn. 

SHELTON, DOLORES ANN Steele, Missouri 

SHER, RAPHAEL Memphis, Tennessee 

SHIRLEY, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

SIGMAN, BILL Memphis, Tennessee 



SILER, GEORGIA Memphis, Tennessee 

SILER, LARRY E. Memphis, Tennessee 

SIMON, JANICE Memphis, Tennessee 

SLOVER, MARY ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, GERRAL A. Collierville, Tennessee 



Freshmen 



SMITH, JANELLE Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, KATHERINE . . Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, NANCY BETH . Memphis, Tennes.ee 

SMITH, SUE Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, THOMAS L. . . Memphis, Tennessee 



SMITH, THOMAS LEE Memphis, Tennessee 

SOLOMONS, NANCY . . Memphis, Tennessee 

SOLON, WINNI Memphis, Tennessee 

SPECK, NANCY JANE . Memphis, Tennessee 

SPEIGHT, CONNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

SPENCER, JAMES F. . Memphis, Tennessee 

SPIGENER, JIMMY Lambert, Mississippi 

STALLINGS, MARTHA LYNNE . Halls, Tenn. 

STANSBURY, CLAUDINE ...... Memphis, Tenn. 

STEPHENS, RONALD CLYDE . . Memphis, Tenn. 



STEWART, MARSHALL . . Memphis, Tennessee 
STEWART, MIKE . Poplar Bluff, Missouri 

STILES, SHELLEY Memphis, Tennessee 

STRAWN, TOMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

STREMPACK, THEODORE STANLEY . Memphis, 

Tennessee 



STLBBS, CAROL ANN . . Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

SULLIVAN, PATRICIA Nashville, Tennessee 

TACKER, HERMAN L. . ....... Memphis, Tennessee 

TATE, DAN J. Memphis, Tennessee 

TAYLOR, KAREN C. Memphis, Tennessee 



TEAGUE, RAYMOND F. Memphis, Tennessee 

THAYER, SYLVIA IRENE Memphis, Tenn. 

THILLEN, MARIE Memphis, Tennessee 

THOMAS, CHARLOTTE Memphis, Tennessee 

THOMPSON, CHARLES S. Memphis, Tenn. 



THOMPSON, GEORGE F. Memphis, Tennessee 

THOMPSON, JAMES WILSON Ripley, Tenn. 

THOMPSON, THOMAS J. Memphis, Tenn. 

TIMBS, JUDY Millington, Tennessee 

TRAVIS, KENNITH B. Memphis, Tennessee 



TUCKER, BETTY ZEE Memphis, Tennessee 

TUCKER, CORNELIA OTIS .... Memphis, Tenn. 

TURNER, CHARLES M. Brownsville, Tenn. 

TUTOR, LARRY DeWITT. Memphis, Tenn. 

TYSON, WM. THOMAS Memphis, Tennessee 

UPCHURCH, ALICE Buchanan, Tennessee 

VAN DELL, GUY Memphis, Tennessee 

VAN EATON, RONALD B Newbern, Tenn. 

VAUGHN, CAROLYN B. ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

VEAZEY, WALTER KEITH Paris, Tennessee 





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Freshmen 



VINSON, DARYLE WAYNE Memphis, Tenn. 

VOGT, THOMAS CLARK Memphis, Tennessee 

VOSS, MARGARET ANN Memphis, Tenn. 

WADDEY, LARRY L. Memphis, Tennessee 

WALDRUP, JAMES II Memphis, Tennessee 



WALKER, JUDY E. Memphis, Tennessee 

WALLACE, LUCY Memphis, Tennessee 

WALLACE, RAYMOND Memphis, Tennessee 

WEBB, LINDA KAY Lexington, Tennessee 

WEDLUGA, LOUISE ELEANOR _ Memphis, Tenn. 

WHITE, POLLY JEAN _ Memphis, Tennessee 

WHITE, REBECCA ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

WILBORN, JONES ._.... Memphis, Tennessee 

WILEY, LORRAINE Memphis, Tennessee 

WILKERSON, JOHN RICHIE .... Memphis, Tenn. 

WILKINS, JEANNE DIANNE Memphis, Tenn. 

WILKINSON, ALLEN WAYNE .... Memphis, Tenn. 

WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JR. Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIAMS, TONNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIAMSON, JERE F. „_ Brownsville, Tennessee 



WILLIS, CATHERINE ANNE Munford, Tenn. 

WILSON, AUGUSTUS O'HARA _ Memphis, Tenn. 

WILSON, EDDIE Memphis, Tennessee 

WILSON,- PAT Memphis, Tennessee 

WILSON, SARAH IONE Memphis, Tennessee 

WOOD, CHARLES P. Memphis, Tennessee 

WOOD, SUSAN Memphis, Tennessee 

WOODARD, JIMMY Jackson, Tennessee 

WOODRUFF, ALBERT F. Memphis, Tennessee 

WOODS, CAROL JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 

WOOLFALL, KATHY Lepanto, Arkansas 

WYATT, BILLY F Bruceton," Tennessee 

WYATT, CAROLYN Tiptonville, Tennessee 

WYNNE, RONALD T. Memphis, Tennessee 



YOCHUM, ROSIE Ripley, Tennessee 

YOUNG, BILL Memphis, Tennessee 

YOUNG, LESA Memphis, Tennessee 

YOUREE, SUE Memphis, Tennessee 



ZACHARIA, BEVERLY Memphis, Tennessee 

ZANONE, DONALD ANTHONY .... Memphis, Tenn. 
ZORZOLI, BETTY Memphis, Tennessee 



Business 
Administration 




MR. J. T. THOMPSON, 

Chairman Departtnent of Accounting 





DR. H. J. MARKLE, Director of The 

School of Business Administration 

and Chairman of Department of Economics 



The School of Business provides the basic education necessary to prepare a 
person to enter the areas of business. 

A significant characteristic of The School of Business is that it provides for con- 
centration in the basic areas of economics and business as a part of a broad 
liberal education. 

Degrees are offered in accountancy, economics, finance, business management, 
marketing, advertising, retailing, physical distribution, sales, secretarial science and 
office management, and pre-law. 





DR. R. T. MULLINS, 

Chairman Department of Management 
and Finance 



MR. C. R. SPINDLER, 
Chairman Department of Marketing 



DR. R. W. JENNINGS, 

Chairman Department of Secretarial Science 

and Office Management 275 




Faculty 




AKI BERFIELD, Management and Finance 
LOUISE CHAPMAN, Marketing 
LAWRENCE W. CURBO, Accounting 
JAMES R. FITZPATRICK, Accounting 
W. SLATER HOLLIS, Economics 



WILLIAM INGRAM, Marketing 
VIRGINIA L. JOHNSON, Secretarial 

Science and Office Management 
F. 0. LARRABEE, Management and Finance 
H. F. PATTERSON, Secretarial Science 

and Office Management 
B. H. PEEPLES, Accounting 



JOHN L. ROBERTS, Secretarial Science 

and Office Management 
J. W. SPICELAND, Accounting 
H. E. TAYLOR, Management and Finance 
CHARLES TEMPLETON, Management and 

Finance 
WAYLAND A. TONNING, Marketing 



MALRA TREECE, Secretarial Science 

and Office Management 
MILTON L. WRAY, Accounting 




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Seniors 



FRED W. ANDERSON : Memphis. 

JACK BANNISTER: Memphis; Personnel Ad- 
ministration. 

JOSEPH G. BATTISTELLI: Memphis; Account- 
ing; Accounting Club, pres. ; Delta Sigma 
Pi, treas. ; CPA Scholarship. 

WANDA LEE BERRY: Memphis. 

NANCY JANE BILLETT: Memphis. 



BILLY JOE BINGHAM: Memphis; Personnel 
Management, Industrial Relations; Sigma Chi; 
Arnold Air Society; Distinguished Military 
Student; "Who's Who." 

ANN MARIE BLANKENSHIP: Monette, Ar- 
kansas; Accounting; Alpha Delta Pi; Account- 
ing Club; SGA, sec'y; Sigma Chi Derby 
Doll; Freshman Dorm Council, treas.. Sena- 
tor; Sophomore Class, treas.; Sigma Chi 
Sweetheart Court. 

SID DEAN BOBO: 
counting: Delta 
treas. 

MARTHA BOONE: Memphis; Secretarial Sci- 
ence; Phi Gamma Nu, scribe, second vice- 
pres. 

ORIN L. BRASWELL: Memphis. 



Winchester, Tennessee; Ac- 
Sigma Pi: Accounting Club, 



BILL BROWN: Memphis; General Business 
Management. 

LEONARD D. BROWN: Huntingdon, Tennes- 
see; Marketing; Pi Sigma Epsilon ; Adver- 
tising Club of Memphis Scholarship. 

JOHN A. CANFIELD: Memphis; Marketing; 
Kappa Alpha; Pi Sigma Epsilon; Baseball. 

CHARLES H. CARNES: Memphis; Personnel 
Management, Industrial Relations; Delta 
Sigma Pi, sec'y; SAM. 

EDWARD E. CHESTER: Memphis; Management 
and Finance; Delta Sigma Pi, pres.; SAM. 



BARBARA SUE CHILDRESS: Memphis; Ac- 
counting; BSU; Accounting Club; Delta Mu 
Delta, vice-pres. ; Honor Roll; Dean's List; 
CPA Scholarship. 

PAUL A. CLIFT: Knoxville, Tennessee: In- 
dustrial Management; transfer from Univer- 
sity of Louisville; Delta Sigma Pi, sec'y; Pi 
Sigma Epsilon, chairman of executive com- 
SAM, pres.; American Marketing 



ROBERT COBB: Memphis; Manage- 



mittee; 

Club. 
TERRY 

ment. 
DONALD E. COFFEY: Morristown, Tennessee; 

General Marketing; "M" Club; Pi Sigma 

Epsilon; SAM; Football, capt. 
BARRY COHEN: Forrest City, Arkansas. 



JOSEPH L. COLLINS: Memphis; Industrial 
Management; SAM, vice-pres.; AMA ; Delta 
Sigma Pi, sr. vice-pres., pledge pres. 

RUTH MARY COLVIN : Memphis; Secretarial 
Science; Phi Gamma Nu, scribe, pres.; New- 
man Club, pres.; Cub Club. 

MERRITT H. CRENSHAW: Memphis. 

JOHN EDWIN CROCKETT: Memphis ; Account- 
ing; transfer from Mississippi State Univer- 
sity; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Arnold Air Society; 
Accounting Club; Freshman Club (Mississippi 
State) ; ROTC Drill Team. 

GORDON RAY CROOK : Memphis. 





FRANKLIN CROWE : Pickwick Dam, Tennes- 
see; Management. 

MILFORD LARRY DAVIS: Augusta, Arkansas; 
Industrial Management; SAM; Delta Sigma 
Pi, best pledge, vice-pres., pres. 

PHILIP C. DEVORE: Memphis. 

MARY FRANCES DODSON : Memphis; Market- 
ing; Phi Gamma Nu ; Zeta Tau Alpha, sec'y, 
ritual chairman, membership co-chairman ; 
AMA. 

RONALD H. EATON: Memphis; Accounting; 
Accounting Club; Arnold Air Society; Chicago 
Tribune Award. 



MARTHA ANN EMIGH: Memphis; Secretarial 
Science; Phi Gamma Nu, social chairman, 
reporter; Westminster, outreach chairman. 

LESLIE WAYNE EVANS: Johnson City, Ter 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Football; "M 



nessee 
Club. 
DAVID 
ment ; 



RAY FARMER: Memphis; Manage 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Pre-Legal Society 
vice-pres.; SAM; Cub Club; DeSoto, sport; 
editor. 
POLLY MORGAN FINLEY: Memphis; Secre 
tarial Science; Delta Zeta, pledge pres. 
scholarship award. 
GEORGE E. FLOYD: Memphis; Sales; Delta 
Sigma Pi; SAM; AMA. 




Seniors 



MILTON JACK FOUST: Memphis; Business; 
Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

NANCY CLAIRE FOWLER: Memphis; Account- 
ing; Accounting Club; Wesley; Panhellenic; 
Sigma Kappa, pres., vice-pres., rush chair- 
man; Angel "Flight ; Junior Class, treas. 

SHERMAN MORGAN FRANKLIN: Memphis; 
Management, Finance; Delta Sigma Pi; Dean's 
List ; Honor Roll. 

MARY ELEANOR GAINES: Memphis; Secre- 
tarial Science; Phi Gamma Nu, scribe, secret 
officer; BSU ; ACE; Young Democrats. 

EUGENE PETER GIANNINI: Memphis; trans- 
fer University of Alabama; Baseball; Pi 
Sigma Epsilon, pledge pres. 

DANIEL RICHARD GIBBON: Whitehaven, 

Tennessee. 
JUDITH LINN GIBBS: Newbern, Tennessee; 

Secretarial Science; Wesley, sec'y; Phi 

Gamma Nu, sec'y; Young Democrats; Biology 

Club; Dorm Council; SNEA, vice-pres.; 

Tassel; May Court; "Who's Who." 
JEFF GILLENWATER: Memphis; Industrial 

Management. 
JOHN A. GRIGGS: Clarendon, Arkansas. 
HAROLD B. HARRIS: Memphis; Marketing; 

Kappa Sigma, vice-pres., grand master of 

ceremonies, guard; AMA. 



GLENN MILLS HARRISON: Memphis; Market- 
ing; Kappa Alpha; Pi Sigma Epsilon, second 
vice-pres.; AMA, vice-pres.; Young Demo- 
crats; SAM. 

LESLIE HOWARD HARTER : Memphis; Busi- 
ness Administration; Newman Club; Delta 
Sigma Pi; SAM. 

GERALD N. HAYNIE : Memphis; Pre-Law; 
Delta Sigma Pi; SAM. 

RICHARD C. HAYNIE: Memphis; Business. 

BETTY HEARINGTON: Parsons, Tennessee; 
Secretarial Science; BSU. 



MARTHA KAY HEDLEY: Memphis; Business; 
Chi Alpha; Delta Mu Delta, vice-pres.; 
SNEA; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 

CHARLENE ELAINE HINDMAN: Memphis; 
Public Accounting; Phi Gamma Nu, mistress 
of festivities, treas., Homecoming Chairman; 
Accounting Club; Chi Alpha. 

MICHAEL E. HOPPER: Alamo, Tennessee; 
Accounting; Kappa Alpha, treas.; Pi Sigma 
Epsilon; "M" Club; Young Democrats; Wes- 
ley; Accounting Club. 

JOHN J. JANUARY: Trenton, Tennessee; Sales 
Management; Kappa Alpha, intramural direc- 
tor; Pi Sigma Epsilon, pledge master; Young 
Democrats; BSU; AMA. 

WESLEY JENKINS: Memphis; Personnel Man- 
agement; SAM. 



ROBERT LARRY JORDAN: Memphis. 

JEROME M. KAPLAN: Memphis. 

RALPH E. KELLY: Memphis; Accounting; 
transfer from George Washington University. 

BOBBY G. KENNEDY: West Memphis, Ar- 
kansas; Accounting; Accounting Club. 

WAYNE KENNER: Memphis; Marketing; Sock 
and Buskin; AMA; Kappa Alpha; Pi Sigma 
Epsilon. 



RICHARD III: LACROIX: Germantown, Ten- 
nessee; Accounting; Banc], vice-pres.; Phi Mu 
Alpha; Accounting Club. 

CECIL J. LAMBERSON: Kennett, Missouri; 
Sales; Sigma Phi Epsilon, comptroller, pledge 
trainer; I'i Sigma Epsilon. 

U\ LAWRENCE: Memphis; Finantc; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Pre-Legal Society; Young 
Democrats; Cub Club; BSI . 

V. LYNN LOWERY: Memphis; Marketing; 
Kappa Alpha, pledge pres.; I'i Si^ma Ep- 
silon ; Dorm Couni il. 

DANIEL < . M \M.Y : Memphis. 



EARL W. MARLET: Memphis; Marketing. 
ROBERT E. MINOR: Memphis. 
JOHN G. MONTAGUE: Memphis; Management 
WILLIAM STEVE MURRAY: Memphis; Sales; 

Pi Kappa Alpha, pledge master, social chair- 
man; Pi Sigma Epsilon, pledge m.i,t< r, pres.; 

Cub Club; SGA. 
ALBERT G. MYERS, JK.: Memphis; Educa- 
tion; Math Club; SNEA, membership chair- 
man. 



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Seniors 



GENE McGARRITY: Memphis; Management; 
Sigma Chi. 

JIM McLEOD : Memphis ; Accounting; Sigma 
Clii, historian; Accounting Club; Westminster. 

JERRY D. NORMAN : Memphis. 

DOUGLAS E. NUNNERY: Memphis; Market- 
ing; Kappa Alpha; IFC; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

REBECCA LOU PATTERSON: Memphis; Sec- 
retarial Science; Phi Gamma Nu, Mistress 
of festivities. 



DAVID C. PECK: Memphis. 

BENJAMIN PENCHAN: Memphis. 

[ERE W. PERRY: Memphis; Marketing; Delta 
Sigma Pi; SAM, sec'y; AMA, pres. 

PEMBROKE T. PINCKNEY: Collierville, Ten- 
nessee; Marketing; Young Democrats; Cub 
Club; AMA, pres., sec'y; Pi Kappa Alpha, 
pres.; Pi Sigma Epsilon, vice-pres. ; Delta 
Kappa; "Who's Who." 

RICHARD PITTMAN: Memphis; Sales; Kappa 
Alpha; Pi Sigma Epsilon; AMA. 



CENNETH WAYNE PLUNK: Memphis; Man- 
agement; SNEA; SAM; Honor Roll. 

VNN PORTER: Bells, Tennessee; Secretarial 
Science. 

vALPH A. PRATER: Memphis; Pre-Law; 
Young Democrats. 

)AVID PRICE: Memphis; Management; Delta 
Sigma Pi. 

r RANK REID : Memphis. 



JETTY JANE RICHARDSON: Memphis; Sec- 
retarial Science; Alpha Xi Delta, vice-pres., 
assistant treas. ; Cub Club; SNEA; Young 
Republicans. 

VICTOR LOUIS ROBILIO, JR.: Memphis; 
Sales; Pi Kappa Alpha, pres.; Newman 
Club, treas.; Young Democrats; Religious 
Council, treas.; Pi Sigma Epsilon, pres.; 
Mr. Memphis State; "Who's Who"; De- 
Soto, honoraries editor. 

iARY MALVERN RUTHERFORD: Memphis; 
Transportation, Sales; transfer from Lam- 
huth; Kappa Alpha, rec. sec'y; Wesley; Pi 
Sigma Epsilon ; AMA. 

ROBERT SANFORD: Covington, Tennessee; 
Marketing; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Cub Club. 

JEORGE P. SARTAIN: Munford, Tennessee; 
Management. 

rHOMAS SAWYER: Dyersburg, Tennessee; 
Accounting; Delta Sigma Pi. 

PAULA MEAGHER SENSING: Memphis; Sec- 
retarial Science; Alpha Delta Pi, registrar, 
house chairman; Cub Club; Wesley; SNEA; 
Panhellenic; Honor Roll. 

[OHN H. SHUTE, JR.: Memphis; Sales; 
Kappa Sigma, treas.; Pi Sigma Epsilon, 
treas.; Psychology Club; AMA; Band. 

RUTH EMERSON SPALDING: Memphis; Sec- 
retarial Science; SNEA; Kappa Alpha Sweet- 
hearts Club, pres.; Wesley; Cub Club; Phi 
Mu, fraternity education chairman; Dean's 
List; Honor Roll. 

rROY T. STUCKEY, JR.: Memphis; Market- 
ing; Delta Sigma Pi; AMA; SAM. 





JR. : Memph 



Sale 



Marketing; 
chairman ; 



Pi 

Cub 



HARRY L. TALBOTT, 
Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

COSTA TARAS: Memphis; 
Kappa Alpha, intramural 
Club; AMA. 

JAMES H. THOMPSON: Memphis; Marketing; 
ACACIA; Delta Sigma Pi; AMA; SAM; 
Wesley; Young Republicans; Philosophy Club. 

JAMES WARREN THOMPSON: Memphis. 

BARBARA ANNETTE TOWNSEND : Memphis; 
Accounting; Phi Gamma Nu, treas; first vice- 
pres.; Accounting Club, sec'y; AMA, treas.; 
SNEA; Young Democrats; Wesley. 



ROBERT VAUGHN JR.: Memphis; Marketing; 
Delta Sigma Pi; AMA. 

JOHN MORRIS VOSSE: Memphis. 

B. KAY WALDON: Memphis; Secretarial Sci- 
ence; Phi Gamma Nu, pres., vice-pres., re- 
porter; SNEA, publicity director. 

NANCY P. WATTS: Whitehaven, Tennessee; 
Secretarial Science; Gamma Phi Beta, pres.; 
Dorm council, pres.; Cub Club; SNEA. 

BEN 0. WEEKS: Memphis; Management; 
Lambda Chi Alpha, treas.; Pre-Legal Society; 
BSU; SAM. 



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Seniors 



BOBBY SUE WHITEHEAD: Union City, Tennessee; Secretarial 

Science; Koinonia Club; Dean's List. 
SUSANNE WILKINS: New Madrid, Missouri; Secretarial Science; 

Alpha Xi Delta, rec. sec'y; Young Democrats; Westminster; AMA. 
HARRY C. WILLIAMS: Memphis; Accounting; Accounting Club; 

Delta Sigma Pi ; Young Democrats. 
ROBERT E. WILLIAMS: Memphis. 



NANCY CAROL WILSON: Atoka, Tennessee; Secretarial Science; 
Westminster. 

ANITA JOYCE WOODS: Bertrand, Missouri; Secretarial Science, Of- 
fice Management; Phi Gamma Nu, sec'y; Alpha Lambda Delta 

RONALD LYNN WOODWARD: Memphis; Marketing; INSERVO. 

JAMES EARL WRIGHT: Columbus, Mississippi; Marketing; Pi Sigma 
Epsilon; "M" Club; Football. 




Juniors 



ADAMS, JAMES W. Memphis, Tennessee 

ADAMY, JIM Corning, New York 

AKIN, HOUSTON T. Memphis, Tennessee 

ALLRED, BILL Memphis, Tennessee 

ANDERS, ROBERT LEE Memphis, Tennessee 



BAKER, EDWIN B. Memphis, Tennessee 

BARNES, CATHY Steele, Missouri 

BASS, JIMIE LYNN Osceola, Arkansas 

BENNETT, PAT Memphis, Tennessee 

BLACKARD, HUGH W. .......:. Memphis, Tennessee 



BOWERS, LEE Memphis, Tennessee 

BRANDON, LINDA Clarkton, Missouri 

BURKHARDT, BLAND Memphis, Tennessee 

BURROWS, HAROLD G. Germantown, Tennessee 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS Memphis, Tennessee 



CATES, TOM Milan, Tennessee 

COBB, JANICE Memphis, Tennessee 

COCKRILT, PAUL H. Memphis, Tennessee 

COLEMAN, BAMA G. Savannah, Tennessee 

COLSTON, FRED JERRY Memphis, Tennessee 



CONRAD, JERRY - Memphis, Tennessee 

COX, BRENDA C. Memphis, Tennessee 

DALTON, NANCY KAY Doniphan, Missouri 

DAVIDSON, JOHNNY West Memphis, Arkansas 

DODSON, DAVID F. _ Henning, Tennessee 



FOUTS, JIMMIE Memphis, Tennessee 

ESTILE, DAVID H. Memphis, Tennessee 

EASTERWOOD, CHARLES K. Memphis, Tennessee 

EMERICK, CHARLES __ Memphis, Tennessee 

FERGUSON, JIMMY _ Millington, Tennessee 



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Juniors 

FERGUSON, PATRICIA . Memphis, Tennessee 

GAIA, JOHNNY . Memphis, Tennessee 

GAITHER, BOB . . Memphis, Tennessee 

GARVER. LARRY Kingsport, Tennessee 

GLENN, DONALD . Memphis, Tennessee 

GLOVER, WALTON . . Memphis, Tennessee 

GREEN, JIMMY Bells, Tennessee 

GRIFFITH. DICK . Whitehaven, Tennessee 
HARPER, ROBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

HARRELL, LEE Trenton, Tennessee 



HAWTHORNE, FRED Germantown, Tennessee 

HICKS, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

HOLLINGSWORTH, AL Memphis, Tennessee 

HOPPER, MICHEL Memphis, Tennessee 

HUESSNER, PATRICIA Memphis, Tennessee 



HUMPHREYS, SONNY ..... Cordova, Tennessee 

HUNDLEY, DONALD Rives, Tennessee 

JOHNSON, WAYNE Memphis, Tennessee 

JOINER, DOYLE ... Memphis, Tennessee 

JONES, JOY Memphis, Tennessee 

KEENAN, HUGH Memphis, Tennessee 

LANGHAM, ANN MARIE ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

LATHAM, FRANK Memphis, Tennessee 

LOCKHART, VERNON Memphis, Tennessee 

LEFLAR, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 



LOWE, MACON Memphis, Tennessee 

MANSPEAKER, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 

MARTIN, BOB Memphis, Tennessee 

MARTIN, LEWIS Memphis, Tennessee 

MASSENGILL, HILDRED .... Covington, Tennessee 



MERONEY, RON Memphis, Tennessee 

MORRIS, JEFF Memphis, Tennessee 

MURPHEY, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

MULLENS, RUSSELL Memphis, Tennessee 

MURPHY, ROBERT Memphis, Tennessee 



McADAMS, DANNY Memphis, Tennessee 

McBRYDE, ROBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

McLAWKORN, THOMAS Memphis, Tennessee 

NEESE, DIAN Paris, Tennessee 

NORRIS, HUBERT Memphis, Tennessee 



NORTHINGTON, HARRY Memphis, Tennessee 

OWENS, CHARLES Panama City, Florida 

OWENS, BILLY Tiptonville, Tennessee 

PAFFORD, BILLY Memphis, Tennessee 

PADGETT, WALTER Memphis, Tennessee 




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Juniors 

PATTERSON, CHARLES Memphis, Tennessee 

PATTERSON, FRANK Memphis, Tennessee 

PATTERSON, JIMMY __ Memphis, Tennessee 

PATTERSON, ROY Jackson, Tennessee 

PENCE, LARRY _. Memphis, Tennessee 

PERDUE, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

PETERSON, BARBARA Memphis, Tennessee 

PRIESTER, JACK Memphis, Tennessee 

PRINCE, DELORES _ Memphis, Tennessee 

RAGLAND, JOE Memphis, Tennessee 

RATHHEIM, LAWRENCE _ Memphis, Tennessee 

RICE, EDWARD Memphis, Tennessee 

RICHERSON, SHIRLEY ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

RIDLEHUBER, JOAN Memphis, Tennessee 

ROBBINS, JERRY Covington, Tennessee 

ROTHROCK, SUZANNE Memphis, Tennessee 

SANDERS, LYNN Memphis, Tennessee 

SCHLEE, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

SHELTON, HERSHEL Memphis, Tennessee 

SHILL, GERALD Memphis, Tennessee 

SIMMONS, WILLIAM Memphis, Tennessee 

SIPES, SHANNON Memphis, Tennessee 

SLACK, JOHN Whitehaven, Tennessee 

SMALL, ONNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, DAVIS Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, DICKIE Memphis, Tennessee 

SPRAGGINS, ROM __ Memphis, Tennessee 

STONE, CHARLES Union City, Tennessee 

SUGG, WERMUND Memphis, Tennessee 

TALBERT, KENNETH Memphis, Tennessee 

TAYLOE, ZANE Memphis, Tennessee 

TAYLOR, REEDE Memphis, Tennessee 

TILLMAN, WALTER Whitehaven," Tennessee 

TUCKER, SYLVIA Memphis, Tennessee 

VAUGHN, RICHARD Memphis, Tennessee 

VERHAGE, JAN Memphis, Tennessee 

WAGERMAN, MAX Memphis, Tennelsee 

WALLER, JIM Memphis, Tennessee 

WALTON, JOHNSON Memphis, Tennessee 

WARD, FREDERICK Memphis, Tennessee 

WELLS, LaVONNE Oakridge, Tennessee 

WILSON, ROBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

WRAY, JOYCE ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

WRIGHT, RONALD Memphis, Tennessee 

WOOD, ALLEN Memphis, Tennessee 



Sophomores 

AKIN, HOUSTON Memphis, Tennessee 

ANDERSON, JULIA ANN .... Memphis, Tennessee 

ANDERSON, RONALD GLEN Memphis, Tenn. 

ANDERSON, SANDRA Memphis, Tennessee 

ATKINS, JANICE Memphis, Tennessee 

BARKLEY, GAIL Memphis, Tennessee 

BEACH, RICHARD A. Memphis, Tennessee 

BEEGLE, LeNELLE DARLENE .... Memphis, Tenn. 

BEUMEL. CHARLOTTE Lebanon, Tennessee 

BISHOP, HARRIET ANN Bolivar, Tennessee 



BLACK, BARBARA Memphis, Tennessee 

BRAKE, LAWRENCE Memphis, Tennessee 

BRIGGS, TOMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

BROWN, BEVERLY Memphis, Tennessee 

BROWNING, LYNDELL Milan, Tennessee 

BRYANT, LARRY Memphis, Tennessee 

BRYSON, ROSEMARY Memphis, Tennessee 

BURGESS, WAYNE Memphis, Tennessee 

BURNS, BONNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

BYLES, WILLIAM ..... Memphis, Tennessee 

BYRD, JIMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

CALHOUN, JUDITH Memphis, Tennessee 

CAMERON, CAM Memphis, Tennessee 

CAMPBELL, RONNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

CARRINGTON, AUBREY R., JR. Memphis, 

Tennessee 



CASTLEBERRY, GARLAND Memphis, Tenn. 

CHANDLER, RAY Memphis, Tennessee 

CHRISTIAN, DON RAY ..._ Detroit, Michigan 

COLBERT, THOMAS GERALD .... Savannah, Tenn. 



COOK, JOHNNY MAC Memphis, Tennessee 

COOK, KARIN LEA Memphis, Tennessee 

CRAIG, JOSEPH ALBERT .... Memphis, Tennessee 
CURRY, CHERIE ANN Memphis, Tennessee 



CURRY, SHARON Memphis, Tennessee 

DAVIS, WALTER LEE Memphis, Tennessee 

delaRUA, DIANE Memphis, Tennessee 

DENTON, HARRY DON Bolivar, Tennessee 



DEVERELL, LINDA KAY .... Covington, Tennessee 

DIXON, DICK Memphis, Tennessee 

DODSON, GENE AUSTIN .... Memphis, Tennessee 
DOTSON, GLORIA JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 








Sophomores 

DREWEL, DON ______ Memphis, Tennessee 

DUNLAP, DANNY M. Memphis, Tennessee 

EVERSON, TILLMAN T. ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

FARMER, DIANNE Tupelo, Mississippi 

FERRELL, SUSIE Kenton, Tennessee 

FINAMORE, ROBERT A. Wayne, New Jersey 

FITZGERALD, JOE A Memphis, Tennessee 

FLEENOR, GERALD K. ...... Memphis, Tennessee 

FORD, WILLIAM R. .___.___ Memphis, Tennessee 

FREEMAN, DON H. _____ _ Memphis, Tennessee 

GANT, JOE H. Adamsville, Tennessee 

GARRETT, WALTER Memphis, Tennessee 

GARDNER, JOHN R. Memphis, Tennessee 

GIBSON, DAN H. _. Nashville, Tennessee 

GIBSON, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

GILLESPIE, JOHN H ______ Lewisburg, Tennessee 

GREEN, BOBBY Memphis, Tennessee 

GROGAN, JIMMY Yuma, Tennessee 

GROOMS, JAMES P. _ Memphis, Tennessee 

GROVES, ARMOND S. Memphis, Tennessee 

HALBERT, EDDIE Memphis, Tennessee 

HAMBY, JAMES M. Memphis, Tennessee 

HANNA, KAY Memphis, Tennessee 

HARBER, LEE M Memphis, Tennessee 

HARTER, CURT W. Memphis, Tennessee 

HASTINGS, JAMES 0. Milan, Tennessee 

HENRY, JIMMY Arlington, Tennessee 

HERRING, EMMA LUCY Arlington, Tennessee 

HEZEL, WILLIAM Memphis, Tennessee 

HILBURN, GENE Memphis, Tennessee 

HILL, CAROLYN C. _ Covington, Tennessee 

HILL, JO Memphis,- Tennessee 

HILL, MELVIN H. Covington, Tennessee 

HORNER, ANDERSON T. .._. Memphis, Tennessee 
HUIE, SOPHIE JOYCE Newbern, Tennessee 



JENKINS, DANNY __ _______ Sikeston, Missouri 

JONES, NINA E. ______ _______ Memphis, Tennessee 

JORDAN, LINDA _. Memphis, Tennessee 

KAISER, DAVE _____ Memphis, Tennessee 

KAVANAGH, ANNE MARIE ._ Memphis, Tenn. 

KENNEDY, GUY M. W. Memphis, Tennessee 

KINNEY, R. TERRY Memphis, Tennessee 

KIRK, GEORGE __ Marion, Ohio 

KIRK, ROBERT S _. Dyersburg, Tennessee 

LAMAR, SHIRLEY ___ Memphis, Tennessee 



Sophomores 

LAMAR, TOMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

LAWRIMORE, BECKY . Memphis, Tennessee 

LEONARD, LYNDA KAY .... . Memphis, Tennessee 

LEWIS, CLAY Memphis, Tennessee 

LONG, MIKE .... Memphis, Tennessee 



MADEWELL, WALLACE . . Memphis, Tennessee 

MAHER, PATRICK L. Memphis, Tennessee 

MAHONEY, JOHN C Memphis, Tennessee 

MARBERRY, PATSY Memphis, Tennessee 

MILLER, ANDY F. . Memphis, Tennessee 



MITCHELL, JOHN J. .... . Memphis, Tennessee 

MOORE, LORETTA J Memphis, Tennessee 

MORGAN, JAMES R. Memphis, Tennessee 

MORRIS, DOUGLAS F. Memphis, Tennessee 

McBRIDE, LARRY Halls, Tennessee 



McBRYDE, RICHARD Memphis, Tennessee 

McCALL, MOLLIE K. Memphis, Tennessee 

McCARVER, JAMES T. Memphis, Tennessee 

McCORMACK, JOSEPH I. ....... Memphis, Tennessee 

McDANIEL, CHARLES Memphis, Tennessee 



McKINNEY, JAMES W. Memphis, Tennessee 

NEVILL,.CONKEY Dyershurg, Tennessee 

NOBLES, JANE Memphis, Tennessee 

NOBLES, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 

NOFFEL, SANDRA Portageville, Missouri 



NORMENT, RICHARD V. ....... Whiteville, Tenn. 

O'NEIL, LARRY D. Memphis, Tennessee 

OWENS, JOE Memphis, Tennessee 

PAGE, GLEN R. Memphis, Tennessee 

PARKER, NORMAN R. Memphis, Tennessee 



PEPIN, JOHN J. Memphis, Tennessee 

PERA, DOUG Memphis, Tennessee 

PITTMAN, JACK W. Hughes, Arkansas 

POWERS, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

PRATHER, BEVERLY J. Memphis, Tenn. 



PUGH, DONNA Memphis, Tennessee 

RENEGAR, CAROL A. Memphis, Tennessee 

RENFROW, JERRY Memphis, Tennessee 

REYNOLDS, GERALYN Memphis, Tennessee 

REYNOLDS, JIM Memphis, Tennessee 

SALTER, DAVID L. Memphis, Tennessee 

SAUNDERS, LANNY H Rossville, Tennessee 

SCOTT, DANNY RAY Memphis, Tennessee 

SCOTT, MARY ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

SCRUGGS, LESLIE Memphis, Tennessee 





Sophomores 

SEWELL, WILLIAM B. Memphis, Tennessee 

SHAW, SANDRA JOY __ Memphis, Tennessee 

SHEESLEY, MADGE E. Ellendale, Tennessee 

SKAARER, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

SLEEKER, SANDRA B. .... Whitehaven, Tennessee 

SLOVER, MARY NELL Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, CARNEY R. Memphis, Tennessee 

SOUTHERLAND, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

SPENCER, MARTHA JANE Memphis, Tenn. 

SPROUSE, RICHARD W. Memphis, Tennessee 

STEGALL, WILLIAM Memphis, Tennessee 

STEWART, JAMES M. Memphis, Tennessee 

STILES, BRENDA Memphis, Tennessee 

STONE, BOBBY Memphis, Tennessee 

TEMPLE, ANITA Memphis, Tennessee 

THOMAS, RAYMOND Collierville, Tennessee 

THOMPSON, LOUIS T. Ripley, Tennessee 

TODD, DAVID A Memphis, Tennessee 

TOOKE, JAMES C. Cape Girardeau, Missouri 

TRUSTY, WILLIAM J Memphis, Tennessee 

TURNER, CAROLYN Covington, Tennessee 

TURNER, STANLEY C. Memphis, Tennessee 

TYLER, JEFFREY L. Memphis, Tennessee 

UNDERWOOD, JIMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

VAUGHN, LANNY S Memphis, Tennessee 

VAWTER, NOELL P. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

VESCOVO, BILL Memphis, Tennessee 

VINES, JAMES C. Gadsden, Alabama 

VOLLMER, RUSSEL Memphis, Tennessee 

WALLACE, ROBERT F. Memphis, Tennessee 

WARREN, ROBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

WATTS, JIMMY E. Memphis,* Tennessee 

WEAVER, BARBARA Whitehaven, Tennessee 

WEST, TOMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

WEST, WALTER A. Memphis, Tennessee 

WILEY, SAM D Milan, Tennessee 

WILLCOX, JANICE M Memphis, Tennessee 

WILKINSON, LANE Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIAMS, RONALD M Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIAMSON, JOAN Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIFORD, BOBBY W .. Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIS, FRANKLIN Memphis, Tennessee 

WILSON, JACK L. Memphis, Tennessee 

WOLLARD, SUE E, Memphis, Tennessee 

WRIGHT, THOMAS C Memphis, Tennessee 



Freshmen 

ALSUP, MELVIN WAYNE .... Memphis, Tennessee 

ANDRE, SIDNEY Memphis, Tennessee 

ARMOUR, DIANE _. Memphis, Tennessee 

ARNOULT, WILLIAM M Memphis, Tennessee 

ATKINS, DOROTHY JACKIE . . Memphis, Tenn. 

BAIRD, ROBERT F Memphis, Tennessee 

BAKER, DAVE _ Memphis, Tennessee 

BAKER, DIANE R Memphis, Tennessee 

BAKER, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

BASS, JUNE Memphis, Tennessee 

BAXTER, RICHARD Memphis, Tennessee 

BEDFORD, MARY ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

BELL, A. CARMEN Dyersburg, Tennessee 

BLACKARD, DON ALLEN .... Memphis, Tennessee 

BLACK, MORRIS S. Memphis, Tennessee 

BOHANNON, WAYNE Memphis, Tennessee 

BOONE, MARY JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 

BOURNE, KAY Brunswick, Tennessee 

BOWERS, JOE Memphis, Tennessee 

BOWLES, STEVE Memphis, Tennessee 

BRANDON, VIRGIL Germantown, Tennessee 

BRASHER, JAMES M. Scottshill, Tennessee 

BREWER, BRADFORD ALLEN _ Dyersburg, Tenn. 

BROWN, JAMES Memphis, Tennessee 

BRYANT, MARY _. Memphis, Tennessee 



BRYANT, WALTER REID .... Memphis, Tennessee 

BURKHARDT, PHYLLIS Memphis, Tennessee 

BUTLER, HENRY Memphis, Tennessee 

CALDWELL, JERRY LYNN .... Memphis, Tennessee 
CALDWELL, WILLIAM 0. .... Memphis, Tennessee 



CALHOUN, WANDA Memphis, Tennessee 

CALLIHAM, MICHAEL J Fulton, Kentucky 

CANNON, DANNY EUGENE ...... Memphis, Tenn. 

CARBERRY, CATHERINE Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

CARLEW, BARRY M Memphis, Tennessee 



CARPENTER, FRANCIS E. .... Memphis, Tennessee 

CARRINGTON, DAN Memphis, Tennessee 

CASH, LINDA K Memphis, Tennessee 

CERANTI, PATSY ,. Memphis, Tennessee 

CERRITO, DELORES Memphis, Tennessee 

CHERRY, ROBERT H Nashville, Tennessee 

CHUMLEY, JAMES H. Memphis, Tennessee 

COLE, LARRY A. Columbia, Tennessee 

COLE, RON B. _ Memphis, Tennessee 

CORDELL, TROY N. Memphis, Tennessee 






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Freshmen 

COURTNEY, BILLY _ _ Memphis, Tennessee 

COURTNEY, DONALD Memphis, Tennessee 

COWARD, MIKE M. Memphis, Tennessee 

COX, BYRON C __ __._ Memphis, Tennessee 

CRABB, BETTY Boonville, Mississippi 

CRAIG, WILLIAM R. Newbern, Tennessee 

CROOK, DOYLE BERNARD Memphis, Tenn. 

DACUS, MARVIN West Memphis, Arkansas 

DADOUR, STEVE Memphis, Tennessee 

DAVIS, GERALD Memphis, Tennessee 

DAVIS, RICHARD Memphis, Tennessee 

DeGARMO, SHELTON Memphis, Tennessee 

DeHONEY, ROBERT BRUCE Memphis, Tenn. 

DICKSON, MICHAEL L ._. Lexington, Tennessee 

DILLING, CAROL Memphis, Tennessee 

DODD, JEAN ANGEIA Memphis, Tennessee 

DONALDSON, BONNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

DOTSON, WILLIAM CLAUDE, JR. Memphis, 

Tennessee 

DOWDY, JEANETTE Whiteville, Tennessee 

DOWNING, PENNY Memphis, Tennessee 

DUKE, JAMES K. Memphis, Tennessee 

DUKE, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 

DUMAS, WALLACE M. Memphis, Tennessee 

DURBY, CAROL Memphis, Tennessee 

DUVALL, LINDA LOVE Ripley, Tennessee 

FASON, BOBBY FAYE Jackson, Tennessee 

EMERSON, MIKE Memphis, Tennessee 

ESKEW, WILLIAM C Memphis, Tennessee 

FARRISH, JAMES EARL __ Memphis, Tennessee 

FEE, CHARLOTTE JEAN __ Brighton, Tennessee 

FERGUSON, KAYE Memphis, Tennessee 

FERNANDEZ, MARY KATHERINE _ Memphis, 

* Tennessee 

FIVEASH, DONALD F. Memphis, Tennessee 

FORRESTER, BETTY GAILE Newbern, Tenn. 

FOWLSTON, PATTY Brunswick, Tennessee 

FREEMAN, DONALD Humboldt, Tennessee 

FULLER, LINDA Memphis, Tennessee 

GANN, JIMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

GANOUNG, ED Memphis, Tennessee 

GARLAND, DONALD EUGENE .... Dyersburg, Tenn. 

GLASS, J. C, JR. Covington, Tennessee 

GRAHAM, GEORGE MARTIN .... Memphis, Tenn. 

GRAY, FAY BETH Memphis, Tennessee 

GREEN, ALLEN F _ Memphis, Tennessee 

GRIFFIN, JOY Memphis, Tennessee 



Freshmen 

GRINDER, ANNA ...... Memphis, Tennessee 

GUIDI, DEANNA . Memphis, Tennessee 

HAIRE, DANNY Memphis, Tennessee 

HALL, DENNIS C. . Memphis, Tennessee 

HALL, ROBERT LAMMEY . Memphis, Tennessee 



HARGETT, MARTHA LYNN . Ripley, Tennessee 

HARMON, ANNE _______ Memphis, Tennessee 

HARPEL, JAMES ARTHUR . Waynetown, Ind. 

HARRIS, BONNIE THERESA .... Whitehaven, Tenn. 
HARRIS, RALPH D. . Memphis, Tennessee 

HAWKS, SONNY . Memphis, Tennessee 

HAYES, RONNIE . Memphis, Tennessee 

HAYNES, JIM Memphis, Tennessee 

HEARN, CECIL WARREN Henderson, Tenn. 

HENSLEY, ALAN Whitehaven, Tennessee 



HEPBURN, CHARLES HOWARD Memphis, 

Tennessee 
HIGHTOWER, JIM Memphis, Tennessee 

HILL, JUNE Covington, Tennessee 

HITT, GEORGE B Memphis, Tennessee 

HOERNINC, BILL R. . . Memphis, Tennessee 

HOLDER, CHARLES F. Memphis, Tennessee 

HOLLOWAY, SUZANNE Memphis, Tennessee 

HOPPER, CHERYL Memphis, Tennessee 

HUGHES, DIANNE Memphis, Tennessee 

JACKSON, DREW DONALD Memphis, Tenn. 



JAMERSON, LOUISE Memphis, Tennessee 

JAMES, GEORGE NORMAN Memphis, Tenn. 

JOHNSON, JAMES S. Collierville, Tenn. 

JONES, BAIRD Nashville, Tennessee 

JONES, CHARLOTTE ANN . Memphis, Tenn. 

JONES, TOMMY Memphis- Tennessee 

JOYNER, JAMES F Memphis, Tennessee 

JOYNER, TOM Memphis, Tennessee 

KINNEY, JOHN Ellendale, Tennessee 

KIRKPATRICK, DON Winston-Salem, N. C. 



KRONE, RANDY A. Memphis, Tennessee 

LAMAN, CRAIG B Alamo, Tennessee 

LANDLEY, ANTON "J. Memphis, Tennessee 

LEE, ERNIE L , Memphis, Tennessee 

LEE, LINDA B. Memphis, Tennessee 



LEE, PAM Memphis, Tennessee 

LOCHRIDGE, JERRY Memphis, Tennessee 

LOVELL, WILLIAM H. Memphis, Tennessee 

LYNCH, PATSY Memphis, Tennessee 

MARBURY, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 




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Freshmen 

MARSHALL, BETTY JEANNE .... Memphis, Tenn. 

MARTIN, BENITA Brownsville, Tennessee 

MATHER, WILLIAM ..._ Memphis, Tennessee 

MATHEWS, DOUGLAS Memphis, Tennessee 

MAYS, JUNE Memphis, Tennessee 

MEYER, GLORIA Memphis, Tennessee 

MEYERS, SALLY ANNE Hudson, New York 

MILLER, PAUL H. Memphis, Tennessee 

MILLS, WAYNE Memphis, Tennessee 

MILLWOOD, LINDA Memphis, Tennessee 

MITCHELL, CHARLES Memphis, Tennessee 

MITCHELL, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

MITCHELL, THOMAS Memphis, Tennessee 

MOHLER, RAY Memphis, Tennessee 

MOORE, JANICE Memphis, Tennessee 

MOORE, NANCY Memphis, Tennessee 

MORGAN, JANET Whitehaven, Tennessee 

MORRISON, JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 

MORRISON, PATSY Whiteville, Tennessee 

MORROW, BOBBIE Savannah, Tennessee 

MOSER, CAROLYN _ _ Memphis, Tennessee 

MURRAY, NEECE Memphis, Tennessee 

McBRIDE, ALBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

McCLAIN, EUGENE Memphis, Tennessee 

McCLOUD, THOMAS Memphis, Tennessee 

McCONNELL, CHESTER Memphis, Tennessee 

McCONNICO, JIM Brownsville, Tennessee 

McCORMICK, CHARLES Memphis, Tennessee 

McCUE, RICHARD Mayfield, Kentucky 

McDANIEL, JAMES Memphis, Tennessee 

McDANIEL, JOYCE Memphis, Tennessee 

McDOW, REGINALD Burlison; Tennessee 

McSPADDEN, SCOTT Memphis, Tennessee 

NELSON, TERRY Whitehaven, Tennessee 

NEWMAN, DONNA Memphis, Tennessee 

NEWSOM, ARTHUR Memphis, Tennessee 

NEWSOM, JOE Memphis, Tennessee 

NOWLIN, CHARLES _ Memphis, Tennessee 

OWENS, BILL Memphis, Tennessee 

PAMPURO, LOUIS Memphis, Tennessee 

PATRICK, BILLY Memphis, Tennessee 

PEARSON, WALTER Raleigh, Tennessee 

PEMBERTON, JACKIE Memphis, Tennessee 

PERKINS, JIMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

PERKINS, SIDNEY Whitehaven, Tennessee 



Freshmen 

PHILLIPS, DAVID LYLE Memphis, Tennessee 

PHILLIPS, MARTIN DORMAN . Memphis, Tenn. 

PHILLIPS, RICHARD D. Memphis, Tennessee 

POPPER, FELICIA GAY . Memphis, Tennessee 

POUNCEY, LYNN M. . . Millington, Tennessee 

PRIVETTE, BILLY NEIL Bells, Tennessee 

PROCK, LA JUANNA Memphis, Tennessee 

RAIFORD, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

RASBACH, TEDDY Memphis, Tennessee 

RAST, PATRICIA ELAINE .... Millington, Tennessee 



REMORE, CLAUDE LEO Memphis, Tennessee 

RHODES, VIRGINIA LEE Memphis, Tennessee 

RICHARDS, EARNEST E. ...... Memphis, Tennessee 

RICHARDS, JERRE Memphis, Tennessee 

RIGGINS, GEORGE EMORY . Memphis, Tenn. 

RILEY, NANCY KATHRYNE Memphis, Tenn. 

ROBISON, BETTY Memphis, Tennessee 

ROBINSON, MIKE Paris, Tennessee 

ROBBINS, BOB Memphis, Tennessee 

ROBBINS, BETTY Memphis, Tennessee 

ROGERS, BARRY HUDSON Dyersburg, Tenn. 

ROOKS, EDWARD HARRELL .... Whitehaven, Tenn. 
ROUSHALL, WILLIAM ZACK .... Memphis, Tenn. 

ROUSS, PHILLIP E. Memphis, Tennessee 

ROWE, TERRY Memphis, Tennessee 

RUFF, PAULETTE M. Memphis, Tennessee 

RYAN, ROBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

RYLAND, JIM R Memphis, Tennessee 

SANTI, ALBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

SARGENT, KAY Sikeston, Missouri 

SHANNON, JAMES R. Memphis, Tennessee 

SLATEN, ROBERT EUGENE Memphis, Tenn. 

SHOEMAKER, SUSAN Whitehaven, Tennessee 

SMITH, KENNETH Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, MICHAEL DAVID Humboldt, Tenn. 

SMITH, RONNIE J. Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, STEPHEN NEAL .... Covington, Tennessee 

SMITH, SUSAN Huntsville, Alabama 

SMITH, THOMAS RUSSELL Memphis, Tenn. 

SMITH, WISE Memphis, Tennessee 

SLOCUM, BONNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

SPINOSA, ANITA Memphis, Tennessee 

SPINOSA, BOBBY Memphis, Tennessee 

STANTON, BARBARA Memphis, Tennessee 

STARR, LINDA KATHRINE Paragould, Ark. 




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Freshmen 

STEARNS, FRED Nashville, Tennessee 

STONE, STEVE Memphis, Tennessee 

5TRANGE, PAM Forrest City, Arkansas 

STURM, JOHN Haytiz, Missouri 

SULLIVAN, ERBY R. ..... . Memphis, Tennessee 

SUZORE, RONALD K. Memphis, Tennessee 

TAYLOR, JUDY L. Memphis Tenne ee 

TAYLOR, TROY Memphis Tenne ee 

THOMPSON, JOHN M. Ripley Tenne ee 

THORNE, CAROLYN . . Memphis, Tennessee 

TIEBOUT, PATRICIA Memphis, Tennessee 

TRIBBLE, JAYNE Blytheville, Arkansas 

VAUGHN, JOHNNY Tiptonville, Tennessee 

VERNON, VICKI Memphis, Tennessee 

VIA, HUNTER Memphis, Tennessee 

WALKER, WARREN K. Memphis, Tennessee 

WARREN, JAMES Fulton, Kentucky 

WASHINGTON, JOHN J. ........ Memphis, Tennessee 

WATTS, THEODORE C. ...... Memphis, Tennessee 

WEBB, CAROLYN Memphis, Tennessee 

WEISBERGER, IRVING Memphis, Tennessee 

WELCH, JACKIE Memphis, Tennessee 

WERNE, ROBERT P. Memphis, Tennessee 

WEST, GEORGE Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

WHALEN, CURTIS R. Memphis, Tennessee 

WHEELER, JAMES ._ Memphis, Tennessee 

WIGGIN, DAVID S. _ Germantown, Tennessee 

WILDER, JOHN S. Mason, Tennessee 

WILEY, KENNETH Memphis, Tennessee 

WILHITE, JERRY Memphis, Tennessee 

WILKINS, CHARLES A. Memphis, Tennessee 

WILKINS, NORMAN Memphis,- ' Tennessee 

WILLIAMS, CLAUDE A. Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIAMS, JEWEL Memphis, Tennessee 



WILLINGHAM, CHARLES E. ... Fulton, Kentucky 

WINSTON, TOM Memphis, Tennessee 

WISE, MARY ANN Hughes, Arkansas 

WISE, ORVILLE L. Memphis, Tennessee 

WOOD, CHARLES Memphis, Tennessee 

WOOD, JACKIE G. Memphis, Tennessee 

WRIGHT, JACQUELINE .... Corpus Christi, Texas 
WRIGHT, KATHY Stanton, Tennessee 



Education 




DR. H. E. RUMBLE, Chairman 

Department of Curriculum and 

Instruction 



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DR. SAM H. JOHNSON, Director of The 

School of Education 



The School of Education offers several curricula leading to the Degree of Bachelor 
of Science. In preparing for particular teaching fields or areas, candidates are 
also required to take courses in The School of Business, and in the School of 
Arts and Sciences. 

The wurk of the School of Education is conducted throtigh the departments of 
Curriculum and Instruction. Educational Administration and Supervision, Health 
and Physical Education. Home Economics. Music Education, and the Training 
School. 

Courses leading to the degree of Master of Arts are offered in the Graduate 
School by various departments of the School of Education. 








MR. R. L. HATLEY, Chairman 

Department of Health and 

Physical Education 



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MISS ELMA ROANE, Chairman of 

Women's Division of Physical 

Education 




MISS ALMA WHITAKER, Chairman 
Department of Home Economics 



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Faculty 



DR. LEON BROWNLEE, Curriculum and 

Instruction 
ELSE BUNCH, Physical Education 
MYRTLE S. COBB, Education 
BARBARA M. DOWD, Physical Education 
BETTY L. DUVALL, Physical Education 



DEAN EHLERS, Physical Education 

DR. FORD HAYNES, JR., Curriculum and 

Instruction 
BESS L. HENDERSON, Home Economics 
GLENN A. JOHNSON, Health and Physical 

Education 
NELLE E. MOORE, Curriculum and Instruction 



DR. E. F. NOTHERN, Curriculum and Instructiorl 
BETTY HULL OWEN, Physical Education 
FRANK PRICE, Physical Education 
MINNIE M. POWELL, Education 
LADA SANDS, Home Economics 



DR. E. B. SCOTT, Physical Education 
DR. W. D. SMITH, Curriculum and Instruction 
DR. C. L. UNDERWOOD, Education 
ROBERT VANATTA, Physical Education 
DAN B. WOLF, Curriculum and Instruction 




DR. E. EARL CRADER 

Director of Extension Division, 

Chairman of Educational 
Administration and Supervision 



Memphis State University has for a number of 
years conducted general education workshops. The 
increasing demand for these services has resulted 
in the organization of an Extension Division. The 
Extension Division was authorized by the State 
Board of Education in 1951 to afford an official 
avenue through which university services could be 
extended off-campus. Graduate courses are offered 
through the Extension Division of Memphis State 
University. 




FLORENCE V. ILLING, R.N., Director of Health Service, demonstrates one of her 
many services to Richard Childers. 



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KATHLEEN CLARK AARON: Memphis; Secondary Education; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; SNEA; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 
SARAH MARCELA1N BAKER : Whitehaven, Tennessee. 
CHARLOTTE BARBARIN: Clarksdale, Mississippi; Elementary Education; 

transfer from Southwestern. 
MARY GARLAND BELL: Memphis; Elementary Education; transfer from 
Blue Mountain College; BSU, Mission Chairman. 



MARY ANNE BLACKFORD: Memphis; Elementary Education; Assoc, of 
Childhood Education; BSU, Stewardship Chairman, Sunbeam Leader, 
BSU'er of the Month. 

EARLYNE BOUNDS: Memphis; Elementary Education; SNEA. 

WILLIAM DAVIS BRADFORD: .Memphis; Music; Phi Mu Alpha, vice- 
pres., sec'y; Band, pres., Orchestra. 

ELOISE M. BRADLEY: Memphis; Education; Assoc. Childhood Education. 



EDITH ELIZABETH BRAY: Paducah, Kentucky; Education. 

WILLIAM B. BRETHERICK: Memphis; Physical Education; Young Demo- 
crats; AAPHER; TAPHER; Physical Education Majors, vice-pres. 

MARY NELL BURROWS: Arlington, Tennessee; Education. 

LAURA BUSHONG: Tiptonville, Tennessee; Elementary Education; Gamma 
Phi Beta, corres. sec'y; Wesley; SNEA; Assoc, of Childhood Education. 



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Alph; 



WILLIAM LYNN CAMPBELL: Memphis; Education; Kappa 

MIMI LEE CATES : Millington, Tennessee; Education. 

ANITA DAWN CLABOUGH : Memphis; Elementary Education; Westminster; 

Young Democrats; Assoc, of Childhood Education; SNEA. 
JOAN COOPER: Humboldt, Tennessee; Education. 





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BONNIE KAY CRUMPLER: Memphis; Physi- 
cal Education; Sigma Kappa, Physical Edu- 
cation Majors Club; Canterbury Club. 

MARY BETH CURRAN: Memphis; Elementary 
Education; transfer from LSU ; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; Young Democrats; Newman Club; 
SNEA. 

MARY ANN DILL: Dover, Tennessee; Elemen- 
tary Education; Gamma Phi Beta, vice-pres., 
pres.; Dorm Council; DeSoto; BSU; SNEA. 

BETT1E DUNAVANT: Henning, Tennessee; 
Elementary Education ; Sigma Kappa, first 
vice-pres.; SNEA, first vice-pres.; Canter- 
bury Club ; Dorm Council. 

WILLIAM R. DURHAM: Parsons, Tennessee; 
Education ; SNEA. 



NORA EAKER: Memphis; Education. 

LINDA SUE EAST: Memphis; Elementary Ed- 
ucation; Westminster; Orchesis ; SNEA. 

GAIL TURNER ELLIOTT: Whiteville, Ten- 
nessee; Elementary Education; BSU; SNEA; 
Dorm Council. 

ELEANOR MAUDE ETTELDORF: Memphis; 
Education. 

BOBBY FRANK FOWLER: Humboldt, Ten- 
nessee; Education. 



BARBARA J. FRANKLIN: Memphis; Physical 
Education; Sigma Kappa, Panhellenic repres., 
second vice-pres.; SNEA; TEA; Physical 
Education Majors Club, treas. ; Cheerleader; 
Tassel; Badminton Club; Panhellenic, sec'y. 

WILLIAM F. GALESE: Paterson, New Jersey; 
Industrial Arts; Football; "M" Club; New- 
man Club. 

JEANIE GARLAND: Cordova, Tennessee; Ele- 
mentary Education. 

RAE SCOTT GLIDEWELL: Memphis; Elemen- 
tary Education; Wesley; Cub Club; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, pledge pres., publicity chair- 
man, corres. sec'y. 

LYNDA D. GRASTY: Dallas, Texas; Elemen- 
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SANDRA GALE GREEN: Memphis; Secondary Education; Phi Mu, corres. 
sec'y; Orchesis; Angel Flight, first lieutenant, administrative officer - 
Homecoming Queen; Wesley; Modern Dance. 

GAIL PATRICIA GRILLI: Memphis; Elementary Education; Delta Zeta, 
vice-pres., guard, pledge scholarship award; SNEA, editor of SEA year- 
book; Cub Club; Wesley; Alpha Lambda Delta; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 

WANDA HANKS: Millington, Tennessee; Education; Wesley ; Psychology 
Club; SNEA. 

LARRY HEATHCOTT: Newbern, Tennessee; Physical Education; "M" Club; 
Football; Physical Education Majors Club; Player of the Week Award! 



MARY LOU HOPE: Memphis; Education. 

THOMAS WILLIAM HORTON : Chattanooga, Tennessee; Physical Edu 

tion ; Kappa Alpha, historian ; Gulf. 
HOWARD S. HURST, JR.: Memphis; Music Education; Band. 
KAY HYATT: Memphis; Music Education; Marching Band, sec'y; 

Band, soloist; Orchestra; Sigma Alpha Iota, pres.; Phi Mu 

Sweetheart. 



Concert 
Alpha 



LINDA MARIE IRVIN : Memphis; Elementary Education; transfer 
Mississippi State College for Women; Delta Zeta, pledge pres., 
scholarship award, treas. ; SNEA; DSF ; Memphis State Press S 
ship/C. M. Gooch Scholarship. 

JOANNE JENSEN: Memphis; Elementary Education; SNEA. 

WENDELL KELLER: Penalosa, Kansas; Psychology; Psychology Club 
pres.; Arnold Air Society. 

BETTY ANN KING: Memphis; Secondary Education; Badminton 
Math Club, publicity chairman; SGA ; Entre Nous, historian, pres., 
chairman; BSU; SNEA; Association Childhood Education; academic 
arship; State Congress of Parents and Teachers Association Schol 



from 
pledge 
cholar- 



Club; 
social 
schol- 
arship. 



WILLIAM K. KOEHLER: Wheeling, West Virginia; Physical Education; 
Physical Education Majors Club; "K" Club; Basketball; Folk and 
Square Dance Club; Whittenberg Society. 

CHARLOTTE KRONSCHNABEL : Memphis; Music Education; Whittenberg 
Society; Student Chapter of AGO; Choral; String Orchestra and En- 
semble; Opera. 

ROBERT C. LISHMAN: Memphis; Secondary Education; SNEA. 

RUDY F. LOWRANCE: Brunswick, Tennessee; Physical Education; "K" 
Club; Physical Education Majors Club. 

DOROTHY McMASTER: Memphis; Educ. 



CATHERINE DUNCAN MacDONALD: Mem- 
phis; Secondary Education; Westminster; 
l>r«s., second vice-pres., outreach chairman. 
Ecumenical Relations Coordinator; Religious 
Council, pres., rec. sec'y; Delta Zeta, pledge 
sec'y, fir~t vice-pres., treas.; "Who's Who." 

( VROL ANN MALONEY: Tupelo, Mississippi; 
Home Economics; Gamma Phi Beta, sec'y; 
Home Economics Club, sec'y, vice-pres.; 
Dorm Council; Tassel, treas. 

HELEN I.. MITCHELL: Memphis; Elementary 
Education. 

FRANK MORRIS: Gibson. Tennessee; Second- 
ary Education ; Kappa Alpha. 

GERALD MORROW: Memphis; Education. 

MARY (EAN r LY McCALLA: Memphis; Physi- 
cal Education: transfer from Mississippi State 
College b>r Women; Orchesis; Modern Dance; 
IAHPER; Physical Education Majors Club. 

ELEANOR M. McCOY : Memphis; Secondary 
Education; SNEA; Entre Nous, intramurals 
chairman ; Westminster. 

LINDA McDANIEL: Memphis; Elementary Ed- 
ucation; transfer from Mississippi State 
College for Women ; Sigma Kappa, scholar- 
ship chairman; SNEA. 

KAY McGARRITY: Halls, 
and Physical Education; 
Majors Club, pres. 

DEAN McGEE: Moscow, 
and Physical Education ; 
Majors (Job; Dorm council 



Tennessee; Health 
Physical Education 

I ennessee ; Health 
Physical Educal ion 



NORMA D. McKINLEY: Memphis; English: 
DOROTHY McMASTER: Memphis; Education. 

ELIZABETH ANN M< NICHOLS: Memphis; 
History; SNEA; Newman Club ; Young Demo- 
crats. 

ALMA JOY NELMS: Memphis; Education. 

JUDY NEUMAN: Memphis; Education; Alpha 
Gamma Delta; House Chairman, Vice-Pres.; 
Wesley, treas.. vice-pres.; Young Democrats; 
Tassel; SNEA; Dean's List; Honor Roll; 
Tennessee Methodist Student Movement, 
Treas.; Dorm Council; "Who's Who." 



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N NICHOLS: Paris, Tennessee; Elementary 
Education; Alpha Gamma Delta, chaplain. 
\RTY O. NICHOLS: Memphis. 
IAKLENE BOULDING PATTERSON: Mem- 
phis: Elementary Education; ROTC Queen; 
First alternate Miss Fashion; first alternate 
DeSoto Beauty; BSU. 
)RRIS H. PAYNE: Memphis. 

INCY LEE PERRY: Memphis; Elementary 
Education; Cuh Club; Wesley; Young Re- 
publicans; Psychology Club; SNEA ; Delta 
Zeta, parliamentarian, guard. 



VTHRYN POLLARD: Memphis; Elementary 
Education; Delta Zeta, standards chairman; 
Kappa Alpha Sweethearts' Club; SNEA; 
Westminster ; Academic scholarship. 
LTHRYN ANN PORTER: Memphis. 
IARLOTTE READ: Memphis; Elementary 
E d u cat i o n; Westminster, vice-moderator; 
Young Democrats; SNEA. 

lRBERT A. RESNICK: Lynnfield, Massa- 
chusetts; Physical Education; Physical Edu- 
cation Major's Club, prcs. ; Alpha Epsilon 
Pi; AAHPER, pres. 

IN ARMOUR RICHMOND: Eads, Tennessee; 
Elementary Education ; SNEA. 



NDA MORRIS RICHMOND: Memphis; Edu- 
cation. 

IMES CLAIRE RIGGS : Middleburne, West 
Virginia; Education. 

LIZABETH ANNE ROBISON : Whitehaven, 
Tennessee; Elementary Education; transfer 
from Mississippi State College for Women ; 
Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl. 

HARLOTTE ANNE H. ROY: Memphis; Ele- 
mentary Education; transfer from UT Knox- 
ville; Delta Delta Delta, pledge pres., high- 
est pledge grade average; Freshman Council. 
JDITH ANNE SHAIN : St. Louis, Missouri; 
Elementary Education ; transfer from Univer- 
sity of Missouri; Alpha Chi Omega. 

JDY SMITH: Memphis; Education; Young 
Democrats: Alpha Delta Pi; SNEA. 

ENNETH C. SMITH: Savannah, Tennessee. 

HIRLEY SMITH: Osceola, Arkansas; Ele- 
mentary Education; Wesley; SNEA. 

USANNE L. SMITH: Memphis; Speech and 
Drama; Whittenburg; Sock and Buskin, sec'y, 
treas.; Young Republicans, treas. ; Alpha Psi 
Omega, pres.; Alpha Xi Delta, state mem- 
bership chairman: SNEA: Excellent Award 
in Oral Interpretation at Southern Speech 
Association; Student Manager of Drama; 
"Who's Who." 

. DARE SPALDING: Memphis; Elementary- 
Education; Phi Mu, reporter, pres.; Canter- 
bury; Pep Club, treasurer; Psychology Club; 
Panhellenic, pres.; SNEA. 





MARY JO SPARKS: Goodsprings. Tennessee; Physical Education; SNEA; 

Gamma Phi Beta, rec. sec'y; Physical Education Majors Club. 
GUY G. STEPHENSON: Memphis. 
WILLIAM L. STUBBLEFIELD: Medina, Tennessee; Education; Kappa 

Alpha; Cub Club; Elections Commission; SNEA. 
JUDY SUMMERS: Memphis; Education; SNEA. 



BRENDA LEE THEURER: Memphis; Elementary Education; Alpha Delta 
Pi, chaplain, philanthropic chairman; Senior Class, sec'y; Association of 
Childhood Education; Alternate Freshman Queen; ROTC Queen candidate; 
First alternate Homecoming Queen ; DeSoto Beauty Queen ; Pi Kappa 
Alpha Dream Girl, two years. 

SAMUEL L. WAGSTER: Memphis, Secondary Education; Wesley; SNEA. 

JO ANN WALK: Covington, Tennessee; Education; SNEA; Westminster; 
French Club; Young Democrats; Psychology Club. 

MARY JANE WHITTEN: Little Rock, Arkansas; Elementary Education; 
Cub Club; Orchesis; Westminster; SNEA; Young Democrats; Alpha Delta 
Pi, senior panhellenic representative; Association of Childhood Education. 



DOTTY WILLIAMS: Memphis; Art; BSU; 
Badminton Club, sec'y; Art Club, treas., 
vice-pres.; Cub Club; SGA ; Tassel, His- 
torian; Alpha Xi Delta. 

DALE J. WINTROATH: Nashville, Tennessee; 
Education; Sigma Phi Epsilon, pres., vice- 
pres., sec'y; IFC, pres, sec'y; SGA, social 
committee; Cub Club; United Independent 
Party Chairman; Dorm Council; Newman 
Club. 

JOHN A. WISE: Memphis; Secondary Educa- 
tion ; Young Democrats. 

ROBERT E. YANCEY: Memphis. 

ELEANOR JOAN YEARWOOD : 
Tennessee. 



Millington, 

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Juniors 

ADLER, MARILOU Memphis, Tennessee 

ALLEN, LINDA RUTH Memphis, Tennessee 

ANDERSON, BETTY SUE __ Memphis, Tennessee 

BINGHAM, RICHARD Garden Grove, California 

BINGHAM, W. WAYNE Saltillo, Tennessee 

BOURLAND, CAROLE Memphis, Tennessee 

BREWER, BARBARA ANNELLE Memphis, Tenn. 

BREWER, WADE DANIEL Memphis, Tennessee 

BRINGNOLE, WILLIAM F ._. Memphis, Tennessee 

BUNTIN, ANNE Memphis, Tennessee 

CAVENDER, LARRY ______ _______ Memphis, Tennessee 

CANNON, FRANCES C. Brighton, Tennessee 

CHERRY, LANA Friendship, Tennessee 

CHIOZZA, ANN MARIE Memphis, Tennessee 

CORKRAN, SALLY Nashville, Tennessee 

CUMMINGS, JANE ._ Germantown, Tennessee 

DICE, BARBARA Memphis, Tennessee 

DUNN, PEGGY ANN Gibson, Tennessee 

ESTES, LINDA __ Memphis, Tennessee 

ESTRIDGE, JIMMY N. Memphis, Tennessee 

FAUCETT, JANE ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

FISH, BETTY JANE _..._ Memphis, Tennessee 

FOSTER, NANCY __ Millington, Tennessee 

FRANSIOLI, JANE Memphis, Tennessee 

FREEMAN, MAMIE Trenton, Tennessee 

FRIENER, HARRIET ____ Memphis, Tennessee 

GALLINA, MARTHA _- Memphis, Tennessee 

GIBSON, EDNA MANNING Memphis, Tennessee 

GRANT, CAROLYN JOYCE Memphis, Tennessee 

GRUBBS, MARTHA ALICE Memphis, Tennessee 

GUESS, ZACK M Memphis, Tennessee 

HAIRE, MARILYN ____ Whitehaven, Tennessee 

HAIRE, PHYLLIS Memphis, Tennessee 

HAMM, HERMAN LLOYD Warren, Tennessee 

HANNAL, MRS. HILDA _ Memphis, Tennessee 



Juniors 



HARRIS, PHYLLIS ANN . Senath, Missouri 

HARRISON, MARYE LEE Memphis, Tennessee 

HOLLAR, PHILIP W. Muskegon, Michigan 

HOLMES, CAROLYN ANN Steele, Missouri 



HOLT, VICKI Memphis, Tennessee 

HOUGH, JOHN C. JR. . . Memphis, Tennessee 

HOWARD, MARY SUE Memphis, Tennessee 

HILLSMAN, BOBBIE . . Trezevant, Tennessee 



IRBY, MILDRED LOUISE . . Memphis, Tennessee 

JOHNSON, VIRGINIA ANN . Memphis, Tennessee 

JONES, HENRYCE Crenshaw, Mississippi 

JORDAN, BARBARA L. Collierville, Tennessee 



KENNEDY, SALLY Blytheville, Arkansas 

LEONARD, LORA LEA Louisville, Kentucky 

LOCHRIDGE, SUE ._... Memphis, Tennessee 

LONGMIRE, MARTHA Millington, Tennessee 



LOTT, JOY Memphis, Tennessee 

MATLOCK, BETTY Memphis, Tennessee 

MILLER, MARTHA ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

MOORE, CAROLYN P. Memphis, Tennessee 



MOORE, HELEN JEAN Osceola, Arkansas 

McCORD, MARY LOU Memphis, Tennessee 

McKINLEY, JIM J. Memphis, Tennessee 

McLEAN, JUDITH ANN Memphis, Tennessee 



McNEILL, MAZIE __..'. Memphis, Tennessee 

NECAISE, EDWIN Stanton, Tennessee 

NEWMAN, CHARLENE Memphis, Tennessee 

NICHOLS, JOAN Memphis, Tennessee 



O'NEILL, UNA Memphis, Tennessee 

ORRICK, WILLIAM Memphis, Tennessee 

OVERTON, ROSEMARY Memphis, Tennessee 

OWEN, BARRY Memphis, Tennessee 



PARKER, DAURIS Memphis, Tennessee 

PARSONS, RAY MARTIN ........ Grand Junction, Tenn. 

PIERCE, JERRY Memphis, Tennessee 




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Juniors 



PRESLEY, BOBBYE E. Memphis, Tennessee 

RAINEY, PATRICIA L. Memphis, Tennessee 

RANDOLPH, DONALD Memphis, Tennessee 

RAY, PATTI Memphis, Tennessee 

REECE, GLORIA Brownsville, Tennessee 



RIDLEHUBER, JANE M. Memphis, Tennessee 

ROUSHALL, DORA K. Memphis, Tennessee 

ROWLAND, GERALDINE Savannah, Tennessee 

SCHWARTZ, THELMA Memphis, Tennessee 

SCOTT, BONNIE JEAN Atoka, Tennessee 



SKINNER, DONNA K. Bartlett, Tennessee 

SIMS, CHARLOTTE Memphis, Tennessee 

SIMMONS, TERESA _... _ Memphis, Tennessee 

SIBLEY, BRENDA KAY Selmer, Tennessee 

SICHERMAN, LIZ Akron, Ohio 



STRINGER, SUE Memphis, Tennessee 

TANNER, SHARON Memphis, Tennessee 

TAYLOR, PEGGY- Memphis, Tennessee 

UNDERHILL, JAMES L. Memphis, Tennessee 

VanEATON, PAULA Memphis, Tennessee 



VAN EATON, VERA SUE Memphis, Tennessee 

WALKER, PEGGY ....... Memphis, Tennessee 

WALKER, JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 

WEBB, CAROLYN Grand Junction, Tennessee 

WENZLER, DELORES Memphis, Tennessee 



WILLIAMS, BOBBY LEE Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIAMS, MELBA Memphis, Tennessee 

WOOTEN, JOANNE Memphis, Tennessee 

WOOTEN, MRS. N. SUE Brownsville, Tenn. 

WILLIAMS, JEANETTE Paris, Tennessee 



YOUNG, JEAN MARIE Memphis, Tennessee 



Notice how the undertones 
protrude through the darks, 
giving the overall effect of 
depth. Artist's explanation 
to an art education class. 



Sophomores 

ARNHART, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 

ARNOLD, LINDA .... Whitehaven, Tennessee 

ASBRIDGE, BETTY LOU _ - Memphis, Tennessee 

BAKER, BOB . . Lexington, Tennessee 

BAKER, CARMINE ..... . Memphis, Tennessee 

BAKER, JOANNE T. ..... . Memphis, Tennessee 

BELEW, JOHN F. Memphis, Tennessee 

BILLS, JANET LEE . Memphis, Tennessee 

BISIO, ALICIA Memphis, Tennessee 

BLUCKER, JUDY . N. Little Rock, Arkansas 

BOUSHE, SUZANNE . Memphis, Tennessee 

BOWEN, MARTHA Memphis, Tennessee 

BRITTON, BARBARA Bartlett, Tennessee 

BROCK, ANNA L. . Memphis, Tennessee 

BROCK, MARY E. . Memphis, Tennessee 



BROWN, BEVERLY Memphis, Tennessee 

BRYANT, JOHNIE E. . Humboldt, Tennessee 

BURKE, GEORGE WM. . Memphis, Tennessee 

BYRD, DONNA KAY Memphis, Tennessee 

CALDWELL, ANN . Newbern, Tennessee 



CAMBELL, LAWRENCE B. . Gadsden, Alabama 

CASSANDRAS, CHARLES . Parkville, Missouri 

CASTEEL, NORMA A. . Helena, Arkansas 

CLARK, BARBARA A. Memphis, Tennessee 



COCHRAN, CONNIE ....... . Whitehaven, Tennessee 

COLLINS, BOB . Memphis, Tennessee 

COPELAND, NANCY .... ....... Memphis, Tennessee 

COX, GLENNA C. . .... Whitehaven, Tennessee 



CROCKER, LINDA KAY . Jackson, Tennessee 

CUNNINGHAM, LARRY J. . . Memphis, Tennessee 

DAVIS, GLORIA Whitehaven, Tennessee 

DAVIS, JO ANN .... Memphis, Tennessee 



DE COURLEY, CLAUDLETTE .... Memphis, Tenn. 
DEPLANTE, MELANIE ..... Memphis, Tennessee 

DILLARD, JOYCE S. - Memphis, Tennessee 

DILLON, BETTYE J. Memphis, Tennessee 



DIXON, CAREY HELEN Memphis, Tennessee 

DOMINION!, CONNIE Memphis, Tennessee 

DUFFEY, EMILY Brownsville, Tennessee 

EIKNER, MARY ANN Whitehaven, Tennessee 





Sophomores 

EOFF, CHARLES _ Memphis, Tennessee 

ESSARY, CARLA Memphis, Tennessee 

EVANS, LINDA __ Memphis, Tennessee 

EVANS, RONALD H. _. Memphis, Tennessee 

FINCH, WAYNE Memphis, Tennessee 

FINGER, MICHAEL WAYNE ...... Memphis, Tenn. 

FLEMING, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

FOSTER, BARBARA ANN Trumann, Arkansas 

GABA, PAT Jackson, Tennessee 

GAILLARD, MARY LOU .... Whitehaven, Tennessee 



GEORGE, GEMIA Memphis, Tennessee 

GORDON, BRENDA JOYCE Memphis, Tenn. 

GORDON, JANE Moro, Arkansas 

GRAY, J U ANITA Memphis, Tennessee 

GREAVES, NANCY ELIZABETH Memphis, 

Tennessee 



GRIFFITH, MARY FRANCES .... Memphis, Tenn. 

GRIMES, MARGARET GAIL Memphis, Tenn. 

GUARR, STEPHEN Oceola, Arkansas 

HALFORD, VIRGINIA DALE Memphis, Tenn. 

HALL, ALLEN SANDERS ...... Memphis, Tennessee 



HARDIN, DOROTHY Memphis, Tennessee 

HARRISON, DON HAMIL .... Memphis, Tennessee 

HILL, BETTY ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

HINES, BARBARA Memphis, Tennessee 



HOLLOWAY, SUE __ Covington, Tennessee 

HOLMES, CHARLOTTE ...... Lexington, Tennessee 

HULL, GEORGE D. Memphis, Tennessee 

HUMPHRIES, JOY Raleigh, Tennessee 



JACKSON, MARTHA Memphis, Tennessee 

JENKINS, DON F. Huntingdon,, Tennessee 

JENNINGS, MARY KATHERINE Memphis, 

Tennessee 
JETTON, DIANNE Memphis, Tennessee 

JOHNSON, SYLVIA Memphis, Tennessee 

JONES, ANNETTE E. Memphis, Tennessee 

JORDAN, CAROLYN LARENE .... Memphis, Tenn. 
JORDAN, DOROTHY Memphis, Tennessee 



JUNG, GRACE ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

KECK, LINDA Memphis, Tennessee 

KELTNER, ELIZABETH Memphis, Tennessee 

KING, JOY Memphis, Tennessee 



Sophomores 



KIRK, PATSY ANN ..... Arlington, Tennessee 

LANEY, VICKY Jackson, Tennessee 

LANGDON, NANCY J. . . Memphis, Tennessee 

LANGFORD, JANET Gibson, Tennessee 

LEVY, NANCY JO . . Nashville, Tennessee 

L'HEUREAUX, MARY J. Memphis, Tennessee 

LIBERTO, ANN MARIE Memphis, Tennessee 

LOGAN, DOROTHY Memphis, Tennessee 

LONG, LINDA Memphis, Tennessee 

LUCAS, BARBARA _. Memphis, Tennessee 



LUTHER, JOY Memphis, Tennessee 

MAHARREY, EVELYN Memphis, Tennessee 

MESSMER, ANNA MARIE .... Memphis, Tennessee 

MONTGOMERY, ALICE .... Scotts Hill, Tennessee 

MOORE, ERMA JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 



MOSS, GEORGIA Humboldt, Tennessee 

MOTHERSHED, GINGER Memphis, Tennessee 

MUSGRAVE, MILDRED Bells, Tennessee 

MYERS, NANCY A. .... Crawfordsville, Ark. 

McBRYDE, BETTY Memphis, Tennessee 



McDONALD, SUZANNE Knoxville, Tennessee 

McDOUGAL, LYNDIA L Memphis, Tennessee 

McGRAW, ANNE Memphis, Tennessee 

McGUIRE, CAROLYN Memphis, Tennessee 



McLEAN, MERRILL . Memphis, Tennessee 

NASON, PAT Memphis, Tennessee 

NICASTRO, PAT Memphis, Tennessee 

NORBE, ROY A. Clifton, New Jersey 



ODLE, WILLIAM S. Memphis, Tennessee 

OWENS, BRENDA C. Hickman, Kentucky 

PATTERSON, NICK Blytheville, Arkansas 

POUNDS, BILL Jackson, Tennessee 



PRIDDY, MARGARET G. Memphis, Tennessee 

PROCTOR, RONALD _ Memphis, Tennessee 

RANDOLPH, JOHN R. Memphis, Tennessee 

RAY, M. DIANNE Millington, Tennessee 



RICHEY, LINDA H. Nashville, Tennessee 

ROBERTSON, GAYLE Shreveport, Louisiana 

ROMINES, ALICE S. Memphis, Tennessee 

ROY, CAROL - Memphis, Tennessee 





Sophomores 

RUFFIN, ETHEL LEE Memphis, Tennessee 

RUSSELL, BETTY M. Covington, Tennessee 

SANDRIDGE, SANDRA Memphis, Tennessee 

SHORT, JOE T. Memphis, Tennessee 

SHUMAKER, DENESE Memphis, Tennessee 

SILLS, JOE R. Brownsville, Tennessee 

SIMPSON, JAMES F. Memphis, Tennessee 

SINCLAIR, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, PENNY Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, THOMAS F. Memphis, Tennessee 

SORCE, FELICIA L. Memphis, Tennessee 

STEWART, CONNIE .... Memphis, Tennessee 

STREBEL, BARBARA A. Memphis, Tennessee 

STRINGER, SANDRA F. Memphis, Tennessee 

SWIMS, DEWEY Portageville, Missouri 

THOMASON, SANDRA E. .... Covington, Tennessee 

THOMPSON, JEAN Y. Memphis, Tennessee 

TIDWELL, DELANE Centralis, Illinois 

TILLER, SANDRA L. _ Memphis, Tennessee 

TOBIAS, JAN Memphis, Tennessee 

TUBB, WILLIAM L. Memphis, Tennessee 

UNDERWOOD, MARTHA S. .... Dyersburg, Tenn. 

VanZANDT, DIANE Whitehaven, Tennessee 

VINCENT, LEAH RAE Memphis, Tennessee 

WACK, PATRICIA Memphis, Tennessee 

WADSWORTH, BECKY Ripley, Tennessee 

WAGSTER, NICKI ANN .... Whitehaven, Tennessee 

WALDRON, JIM Germantown, Tennessee 

WALKER, FRANCIS L. Memphis, Tennessee 

WALLACE, VELMA J. Memphis, Tennessee 

WALLEN, BETTY' ...: _ Jackson, Tennessee 

WAMSER, LOLANN Nashville, Tennessee 

WHEELER, PAMELA Tucson, Arizona 

WIBLE, MARY LEE Memphis, Tennessee 

WILEY, PRISCILLA Whitehaven, Tennessee 

WILLIAMS, JOY Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIAMS, SHARON Memphis, Tennessee 

WILSON, LORNA _. Memphis, Tennessee 

WINN, MARILYN Memphis, Tennessee 

WRIGHT, BOBBY G. Kenton, Tennessee 



Freshmen 



ADAMS, CLARENCE A. .. .. Memphis Tenn. 

ALSUP, MARION FAYE .. _ Memphis, Tenn. 

ANDERSON, BUNA .. . Waynesboro, Tenn. 

ANDERSON, TRENNA . . Memphis, Tenn. 

ANDERSON ZANA _._.__. Whitehaven, Tenn. 



ANDERTON, NANCY . Memphis, Tenn. 

ARNOLD, BETH Lexington, Tenn. 

AUSTIN. JUDY Memphis, Tenn. 

BACON, JIM .. Memphis, Tenn. 

BANT, LINDA ELLEN .. .. Memphis, Tenn. 



BARKER, LINDA _ Memphis, Tenn. 

BELL, PENNY ....... Memphis, Tenn. 

BENNETT, SHIRLEY ..... .. Memphis, Tenn. 

BISHOP. HARREL _ . Hayti, Missouri 

BOLTON. ROBERT WALTON . .. Memphis. Tenn. 



BOONE, BARBARA .. .. Memphis, Tenn. 

BOUNDS, SYLVIA KAY .. Memphis, Tenn. 

BOYD, MAXINE Memphis, Tenn. 

BOZEMAN, CLAIRE .. Memphis, Tenn. 

BRACKEEN, SARA ..... .. Memphis, Tenn. 



BRANAN, ANITA . Whitehaven, Tenn. 

BRAUNER. LARRY .. New York, N. Y. 

BRENNEN, DANNY Memphis, Tenn. 

BRIM, KAY Memphis. Tenn. 



BRITT, BARBARA JEAN .. .. Memphis Tenn. 

BROOKS, NANCY Memphis, Tenn. 

BROWN, CHERRY DALE _... Memphis, Tenn. 

BROWN, THOMAS Memphis, Tenn. 



BRUCE. GAIVS MELTON .. Memphis, Tenn. 

BRUCE, WILLIAM EDWIN Memphis, Tenn. 

BUCHALTER, JANE Memphis, Tenn. 

BURKETT, BEVERLY ANN Memphis, Tenn. 



BURKS, RITA Dyersburg, Tennessee 

BURNS, GLENDEL J Olive Branch, Mississippi 

BURNS, VADA ELIZABETH ___ Memphis, Tennessee 
CAMPBELL, BOB Memphis, Tennessee 



CAMPBELL, M. DAWN .... Cincinnati, Ohio 

CAROTHERS, SARA Memphis, Tenn. 

GATES, BARBARA ANN . .. Memphis, Tenn. 

CHAMPION, ANN .. Memphis, Tenn. 











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Freshmen 



CLARK. HENRY JR. _ Cordova, Tennessee 

CLICK. CHARLES Brishton, Tennessee 

CLIFT. NANCY . Memphis, Tennessee 

CLLMER. LINDA J. Riplev, Tennessee 



CLOYS, PAULA ANN Union City, Tennessee 

COLVIN, HELEN CLAIRE Memphis, Tennessee 

CONNER, PATRICIA .... .. Sulligent, Alabama 

COOPER, CHARLOTTE Memphis, Tennessee 

COWGILL, HOWARD E. Memphis, Tennessee 



CRENSHAW, BETTY Dyersburg, Tennessee 

CUNNINGHAM, MARCIA FAYE . .. Memphis, Tenn. 
CURLIN, JAMES ANTHONY . . Memphis, Tenn. 

CURRY, CLINTON ...... . Memphis, Tennessee 

CUTTING, DI Memphis, Tennessee 



DABBS, VELVA ANN ... . Wickliffe, Kentucky 

DAILY, CHARLES KEN Memphis, Tennessee 

DALTON, KATE Memphis, Tennessee 

DAVIDSON, FRANCES MONTE .. . Memphis, Tenn. 
DELIUS, JOHNNY Memphis, Tennessee 



DEMAREE, ROBERT .. . Memphis, Tennessee 

DENKMAN, DELORES Memphis, Tennessee 

DENTON, JIMMY . Boliver, Tennessee 

DEPOISTER, DOUGLAS Memphis, Tennessee 

DERRYBERRY, DONNA Memphis, Tennessee 



DEXTER, SARA Memphis, Tennessee 

DIAMOND, LESTER H .. Millington, Tenn. 

DONALD, JOAN Memphis, Tennessee 

DOOLIN, DONNA Memphis, Tennessee 

DOTY, WILLIAM H. Memphis, Tennessee 



DOUGAN, SHIRLEY Memphis, Tennessee 

DOUGLASS, JANE Lexington, Tennessee 

DOWD, DIANE '-POOKIE" Leland, Mississippi 

DOWLING, ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

DUCK, JOHN SAM . Decaturville, Tennessee 



DUNKELBERGER, LOYCE JEAN ... Memphis, Tenn. 

EASLEY, LYNNE _.'. Memphis, Tennessee 

ELLIN, CAROLYN ...... . Memphis, Tennessee 

ELLIS, JERRY Cordova, Tennessee 

EMMONS, JERRY LYN Selmer, Tennessee 



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EOFF, JOE Memphis, Tennessee 

EVANS, GAIL ROBERTA Memphis, Tennessee 

FERGUSON, SANDRA Forest City, Arkansas 

FERREE, BETTY Jackson, Tennessee 

FITCH, ROBERT GEORGE Memphis, Tennessee 



Freshmen 



FRAZIER, BELLE V. _ .. Memphis, Tennessee 

FREEMAN, GERALDINE ...... .. Bragg City, Mo. 

FYFE, VIRGINIA . .. Covington, Tennessee 

GATES, MARTHA ...... . Memphis, Tennessee 



GIBBONS, RICHARD E. .. __ Newbern, Tenn. 

GILKEY. VICKI . Memphis, Tennessee 

GORDON, ANNETTE .. .. Memphis, Tennessee 

GOSSETT, WILLIAM .. Memphis, Tennessee 

GRAVES, MARCIA Union City, Tennessee 



GREENE. EDWINA Germantown, Tennessee 

GREENWELL, MARY . . Memphis, Tennessee 

GRISSOM, LINDA .. .. Memphis, Tennessee 

GRUNNET, MARGARET .... Memphis, Tennessee 

HALE. JO ANN ...... Memphis, Tennessee 



HAMMER, BARBARA ANN .... .. Memphis, Tenn. 

HAMPTON, MARGARET Memphis, Tennessee 

HARRISON, MARIE Memphis, Tennessee 

HAYNIE, KAYE .. .. Memphis, Tennessee 
HAYS, ALTON D Decaturville, Tenn. 



HEMENWAY. BECKY Newport Ark. 

HENSLEY, NELLITA Covington, Tennessee 

HIGGINS, ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

HOLLEY, ESTHER Memphis, Tennessee 

HOLMAN, NANCY L. Memphis, Tennessee 



HOLT, MELTON Gilmore, Tennessee 

HOPPER, BARBARA Memphis, Tennessee 

HOWARD, MARSHA Memphis, Tennessee 

HOWELL, GENIE Memphis, Tennessee 

HUNT, DOROTHY . Memphis, Tennessee 



HUNT, FRANCES ...... Memphis, Tennessee 

HUTCHENS, CYNTHIA Memphis, Tennessee 

HUTCHESON, ANN Henning, Tennessee 

HUTSON, JEAN ANN . Memphis, Tennessee 

IRELAND, HARRY W. Memphis, Tennessee 



JACOBS, JACQUELYN S Memphis, Tennessee 

JAMES, JUDY C Memphis, Tennessee 

JAQUES, JILL Memphis, Tennessee 

JENNINGS, CHARLES Memphis, Tennessee 

JENNINGS, SALLY Memphis, Tennessee 



JOHNSON, LINDA .. . Arbyreh, Missouri 

JONES, KAY FRANCES .. Atwood, Tennessee 

JONES, LINDA Sardis, Tennessee 

KAETZ, MARGARET .. ..... Memphis, Tennessee 

KEMP, NANCY LEE .. .... Memphis, Tennessee 





Freshmen 



KENDALL, SANDRA Whitehaven, Tenn. 

KENNON, KAY . Memphis, Tennessee 

KEY, KAY Memphis, Tennessee 

KEY. LINDA JOYCE Memphis, Tennessee 

KINSER, CAROL KA Y...... Memphis, Tennessee 



KISNER, RUBY SUE ...... Memphis, Tennessee 

KNIGHT, JO ANN . Memphis. Tennessee 

LANE, WILLIAM RICKY Milan, Tennessee 

LANIER, LINDA Forest Hill, Tennessee 

LASATER. ALICE LOVE .. Gulfport, Miss. 



LASSITER, KATHY Memphis, Tennessee 

LEFFEL, MARY ELLEN Memphis, Tennessee 

LEWIS, BETTY ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

LINDSAY, KENNETH Memphis, Tennessee 

LINDSEY, BARBARA LYNN Memphis, Tenn. 



LITTLEJOHN. CARRIE Memphis, Tenn. 

LONG, JANICE BELL Memphis, Tennessee 

LOOMIS, MARTHA ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

LOVE, MARILYN Memphis, Tennessee 

LOVE, LYNDA Memphis, Tennessee 



LOWRIE, ANITA Memphis, Tennessee 

LYTLE, ALOMA Memphis, Tennessee 

MADISON, NANCY JANE Memphis, Tenn. 

MARTIN, BOBBY Memphis, Tennessee 

MARTIN, CHARLES FRED N. Little Rock, Ark. 



MARTIN, JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 

MEADOWS, JAMS LEE Memphis, Tennessee 

MEEKS, MELODY KAY Halls, Tennessee 

MILLER, MARTHA ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

MILLS, GLYNDA JANE Adamsville, Tenn. 



MITCHELL, LIZ Memphis, Tennessee 

MITCHELL, LYNDA Memphis, Tennessee 

MODIN, CAROL Memphis, Tennessee 

MOORE, LINDA Memphis, Tennessee 

MOORE, JUANITA Adamsville, Tennessee 



MOTE, CAROLYN Memphis, Tennessee 

MOXLEY, FAY RHOBES „ Memphis, Tenn. 

MOYES, PATRICIA Memphis, Tennessee 

MULLIKIN, STANLEY Slayden, Miss. 

MURRAH, BETTY Memphis, Tennessee 



MUSTIN, BETTY Memphis, Tennessee 

McCLONEY, ALLEN WM Memphis, Tenn. 

McCOMAS, LINDA Memphis, Tennessee 

McCOY, BETTY Hughes, Arkansas 

McDANIEL, ALVIN CAROL Memphis, Tenn. 



Freshmen 



McDANIEL, MARY .. Memphis, Tenn. 

McGARRITY, DOUGLAS .. . Halls, Tenn. 

McKINNIE, PATSY _ Eads, Tenn. 

McNEILL, SUE _ Memphis, Tenn. 

NASH, JUDY _ __ Memphis, Tenn. 



NAYLOR, MARCELYNE .. Memphis, Tenn. 

NELSON, JUDITH Memphis, Tenn. 

NEVILLE, CHIP Collierville, Tenn. 

NOONAN, FRAN ...-. Memphis, Tenn. 

NORTON, JEAN Paris, Tenn. 



OLIVE. BOBBY Wildersville, Tenn. 

OWENS, LINDA Memphis, Tenn. 

PAINE, CAROLYN .... . Memphis, Tenn. 

PAINTER, JANET _ Memphis, Tenn. 

PARISH, PATSY _ Memphis, Tenn. 



PARKER, ANITA Selmer, Tenn. 

PATTERSON, WILEY Carruthersville, Mo. 

PEW, LOLITA Memphis, Tenn. 

PHILLIPS, SANDRA .. . Memphis, Tenn. 
PIKEY, DEANNA Conran, Mo. 



PLUNK. JIMMY . Whitehaven, Tenn. 

POIRIER, GAYLE Memphis, Tenn. 

PLUNK, NONA Memphis, Tenn. 

PRICE, DONNA Memphis, Tenn. 

RAY. RUSSELL __ Memphis, Tenn. 



REBER, PATRICIA Memphis, Tenn. 

REYNOLDS, RAYMOND . . Memphis, Tenn. 

REECE. STELLA Brownsville, Tenn. 

RICHARDSON, BETTY Burlison, Tenn. 

RISTIG, KAY Memphis, Tenn. 



ROBERTS. MARY Memphis, Tenn. 

ROBINSON, PAT Memphis, Tenn. 

ROCHELLE, JACK Ripley, Tenn. 

ROSE, SCARLETTE .._. .. Memphis, Tenn. 

ROSS, JAN Ripley, Tennessee 



ROWLAND, ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

ROWLAND, SUSAN .. .. Memphis, Tenn. 

RUMMAGE, JEANNIE Milan, Tennessee 

SALISBURY, DAVEENA .... Memphis, Tenn. 

SCHAEFFER, BETTY Gemantown, Tenn. 



SCHRIMSHER. ROBERT Memphis, Tenn. 

SHANKS, WALTER Memphis, Tenn. 

SHELL, DENNIS Millington, Tenn. 

SHER, SHIRLEY Memphis, Tenn. 

SCHUTT, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 





Freshmen 



SIEGEL, MIRIAM ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

SIMPKINS, MELINDA EARLE Memphis, Tenn 

SLAYTON, MIRIAM Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, CAROLYN JO Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, MARVIN E Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, RITA KAY Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, VENITA Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, WAYNE Memphis, Tennessee 

SNIDER, RAY Memphis, Tennessee 

STANLEY, ROY Memphis, Tennessee 



STEPHENSON, THOMAS CUTCHIN Dyersburg, 

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STEVENS, MARJORIE RUTH Memphis, Tenn. 

STEWART, PAT Memphis, Tennessee 

STRICKLAND, LAURA Memphis, Tennessee 

SWAIN, KAY Memphis, Tennessee 

TATUM, SANDRA KAY Milan, Tennessee 

THOMPSON, ANN Memphis, Tennessee 

THOMPSON, JO LYNN Memphis, Tennessee 

THOMPSON, NANCY JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 

THORNTON, ROSALEE Memphis, Tennessee 



TOMLIN, REBEL Hassapequa, New York 

TRAVIS, JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 

TREVOR, JOHN Memphis, Tennessee 

TUBB, KATHIE Memphis, Tennessee 

TUTOR, SUE D Memphis, Tennessee 



TUTT, BETTY L Memphis, Tennessee 

VERHINE, JUDY Memphis, Tennessee 

VOWELS, JACQUELINE ANN Memphis, Tenn. 

WALDON, MARTHA DIANE Memphis, Tenn. 

WARDLAW, BETTY JEAN Memphis, Tennessee 

WATTS, KATHY _ Whitehaven, Tennessee 

WATTS, KAY Whitehaven," Tennessee 

WEINER, SHARON _.._ Memphis, Tennessee 

WENZLER, JOY Memphis, Tennessee 

WILKES, ALETTA FAYE Memphis, Tennessee 

WILLIAMS, GARY HOWELL Somerville, Tenn. 

WILLIAMS, MARY ANN Mason, Tennessee 

WINGO, PAM Memphis, Tennessee 

WINHUSEN, BETTY Memphis, Tennessee 

WINSTEAD, JULIA FAY Memphis, Tenn. 



WOOD, ELAINE __ Memphis, Tennessee 

WOODS, CRICKET Greenville, Tennessee 

WRAY, NANCY __ Memphis, Tennessee 

WRIGHT, DOROTHY Memphis, Tennessee 




General College 



Technology is the systematic knowledge and scientific 
basis of a particular work activity. Industrial Arts is that 
phase of general education that deals with the organization, 
materials, occupations, processes, and products of industry, 
and with the problems that result from the technological 
nature of society. 

The general objectives of the Industrial Arts department 
are to provide specialized training for participation in 
designated technological areas; experiences that contribute 
to general education; technical laboratory experiences for 
engineering students: professional and specialized training 
for teachers and administrators. A Bachelor of Science 
degree may be obtained in drafting and design; wood 
technology: metal technology; industrial technology: and 
teachers training. 



MR. R. J. COLTHARP, Chairman Department 

of Industrial Arts 




Industrial Art student intent with the technicality of drafting and design. 



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Seniors 



RONNIE BONNER: Memphis; Drafting and Design; Inservo ; BSU 
DON CARY BURFORD: Memphis; Industrial Arts. 
CHRIS K. FIGGINS : Memphis; Drafting and Design; Koinonia Club. 
BYRAN M. GRAVES: Memphis; Industrial Arts; Inservo; Math Club. 



HAROLD L. HARDY: Memphis; Drafting and Design; BSU 
FRANK HUDSON: Memphis; Industrial Arts. 
JIMMIE JONES: Memphis; Industrial Arts. 

JOHN LETCHWORTH: Leland, Mississippi; Industrial Arts; Sigma Chi; 
Newman Club; Inservo; Cub Club; SNEA. 



JAMES LARRY LUCAS: Newburn, Tennessee; Industrial Arts; Kappa 

Alpha; Inservo, pres. 
JERRY DAVID REESE: Kingsport, Tennessee; Industrial Arts; Sigma 

Chi; "M" Club, Activity chairman; Football; Baseball. 
WILLIAM TATE ROBINSON: Memphis; Industrial Arts. 
PAUL SCHMIDT: Memphis; Industrial Arts. 



LOUIS E. STEINKIRCH: Memphis; Industrial Arts; Newman Club. 

ROBERT JACK TALLEY: Memphis; Industrial Arts; Arnold Air Society; Distinguished Military 
Student; Professor of Air Science Award; Reserved Officer's Association Award; Cadet Wing Com- 
mander; Kappa Sigma; "Who's Who." 

HOWARD SIDNEY VANDERBURG: Olive Branch, Mississippi; Industrial Arts. 




Juniors 



CARMACK, KENNETH Memphis, Tennessee 

CLARK, BEANLAND Memphis, Tennessee 

GOOCH, JOE M. Halls, Tennessee 

GRIFFIN, DONALD H. Memphis, Tennessee 

KOFFMAN, MILTON Trenton, Tennessee 

McADAMS, ALLAN Germantown, Tennessee 

MOORE, JAMES M Memphis, Tennessee 

A' WAGLEY, JERRY S. Sikeston, Missouri 

WL F^ ZLOTKY, DONALD L. ._ .. Memphis, Tennessee 




312 



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Sophomores 

BAILEY, DONALD E. Memphis, Tennessee 

CALHOUN, JERRY L Memphis, Tennessee 

CLAY, THOMAS D Memphis, Tennessee 

DAILEY, STURGES Memphis, Tennessee 

JAMES, JOE W Memphis, Tennessee 

LEE, DENTON Memphis, Tennessee 

MILSTEAD. JERE LEON Memphis, Tenn. 

NORVILLE, TRACY Bells, Tennessee 

PROCTOR, RONALD .. .... Memphis, Tennessee 

RAGLAND, BOB Memphis, Tennessee 

RAULS, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

SANDERS, HIRAM F Memphis, Tennessee 

VOPEL, WILLIAM HERMAN Memphis, Tennessee 




Freshmen 



HATHCOCK, DAVID Memphis, Tennessee 

HEINZ, CARTER Memphis, Tennessee 

LLOYD, TOMMY Memphis, Tennessee 

LONG, ROBERT Memphis, Tennessee 

McGINNIS, GARY Memphis, Tennessee 

RHEA, JAMES Somerville, Tennessee 

RISSE, DONALD Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, PHILLIP Texas City, Texas 





After Hours 



313 




Graduate 



The Graduate School of Memphis State University is the 
center of advanced study within the University, the purpose 
of which is to train scholars and to carry on research in 
the fields of learning represented by its faculties. The Grad- 
uate School aims to train students who seek to build on 
study begun in undergraduate courses, and who desire prep- 
aration for scholarly careers. The Graduate School is also 
concerned with preparing those who plan to teach or assume 
leadership responsibility in the public school system or in 
colleges. A general mastery of the field of interest is con- 
sidered essential to all graduate programs. 



DR. JOHN RICHARDSON, Director of 
Graduate School 




AINSWORTH, ANN J. _ Memphis, Tennessee 

BURNETTE, R. SHANNON _.. Huntington, Tennessee 

CRANE, DWIGHT L ; Memphis, Tennessee 

CULBREATH, JANE Germantown, Tennessee 



DOOLEY, ELIZABETH ANNE Memphis, Tennessee 

GARDNER, MARY HARVEY Memphis, Tennessee 

HAMMACK, JAMES W. Memphis, Tennessee 

HORTON, TERRY B Memphis, Tennessee 



JONES, LOIS FRANCES - Memphis, Tennessee 

LOGAN, JACK Memphis, Tennessee 

LOWENTHAL, KATHLEEN SUE Memphis, Tennessee 

MORTON, JOSEPH A Memphis, Tennessee 



SIMONTON, FRANK U. Memphis, Tennessee 

SMITH, DEAN SaltiUo, Tennessee 

STIDHAM, BETTY LOU Memphis, Tennessee 

STIMBERT, VAUGHN ..... Memphis, Tennessee 



314 



Administrative 
Personnel 





E. L. BROWN, Librarian 



JACK BUGBEE, Director 

Public Relations 






R. P. CLARK, Registrar 



LEO DAVIS, Director Veterans 
Coordinator 



JOHN Y. EUBANK, Scholarships 
and Loans 






DR. A. G. HUDSON, Physician 



LAMAR NEWPORT, Bursar 



DR. C. M. STREET, Director 
of Evening Division 



315 



"A" 

Aaron, Deanna L. 

Aaron, Kathleen C. 

Abies, Donald Lloyd 

\ i rra, Leslie Dale - 

Adams, Clarence A. 

Adams, James R. 176, 180, 

Adam-, James W. 171, 

Adams, John Philip 

Adams, Robert R 

Adams, Vivian E. 

Adamy, James K. 

Addington, Janus D. 80, 162, 
Adler, Adrienne C. 



148. 



140, 
67, 
229, 



Adler, Mary Louise -. 

Adragna, Richard R 

Agee, Terry Miller 

Agncta, Patricia K 

Agncw, Courtney W. 64, 
122. 148, 211 

Ainsworth, Ann 

Aizenshtat, Wynne 

Akin. Houston 106, 107, 238. 

Alexander, Charles 

Alexander, James L 154, 

Alexander, Judith D. 

Alexander, Marilyn _ — 

Alexander. William _ _ _ 

Alford, Carolvn J 

Allen, Betty Jane ._ 110, 

Allen, Bill 

Allen, Carolyn J 190, 

Allen. Linda Ruth 

Allen. William W. __ _ 

Allison, Jerrv 

Allrcd, Alford W 171, 

Almy, Deborah D. .. 

Alsup, Marion Faye _.. 

Alsup, Melvin Wayne 

Aymctt, Patricia A 138, 

\nders, Robert L. 

Vndcrson, Buna 

Anderson, Barbara J. 211, 

Betty S 1, 

Bill 

Fleda B. 137, 195, 



Anderson 
Anderson 
\nderson 



And' i son, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
And erson , 
Anderson . 
Anderson, 



Fred W 

Julia A. _ .. 172, 

Patricia 

Ralph Dee ...... 156, 

Ronald G 

Sandra K. 72, 134, 

Trenna . 

Zana 

Nancy _ 

Andre, Sidney Ann 

Andreas. Scott R 194, 19,", 

Angel, Ronald Clias. — 

\pplc, Jack F. 

Armour, Claudia D. 136, 

Armstrong, Robert M _ 

Anil, art, Judy C. 148. 

Arnold, Beth 

Arnold, Linda D. _ 

Arnoult, Philip F. 162, 192, 
217, 

Vrnoult, William M 162. 

\ru 1, lor. ita M 142, 

Arwood. Robert Neil 

Asbridge, Bettv L 110, 

\shlcy, Lloyd A 

Ashmorc, Linda F 

Ashton, Barbara A 

Atkins, Caron A 

Atkins, Dor., thy J. 

Atkins, Janice L. 172, 

Atkinson, James D 156, 

Atkinson, Stephen E. 196, 221, 

Austin. Beulah Ann 

Austin, Judy . .. 142, 

Autry, Donald C. ... 160. 

Avers, James W 

Vyers, Nancy Jo ... 

"B" 

B.K ■'._', "'till I ... 1, 

Bai on, Jim 

I'.. 1. 1. lour, Eniili. I. 181, 

Baile; , Donald E. 

Mail,;.. I.u I II. n 

Bailey, PJam ■ < . 1 12. 

B.'iiby, Patrick Lee 

Ba I, Robert Frank 

Bak.r, Betty J. 

Baker, Rein Sue 

Baker, Billic IK.. 

Baker, Carmine A. 301, 181. 

Baker, Charles H. 

Bak. r, flay F. 

Baker, David N. I",;;. 

Baker, Diana Rac 172, 

Baker. Dottic lee 1 18, 220, 

Baker, Edwin B. 

Baker, Joanne T. 

Baker, |oe Kenneth 211, 

Baker, John Jog. 

Raker. Robert Jr. 

Baker. Robert C. 

Baker, Sarah M. 

Baker, William \. 

Ballard, Charles Jr. . 

Ballinger, Henry A. 151, 207, 

Banki, William H. 253, 

Bannister, Jack D. 

Bannister, Sarah B 

Rannon, Eleanor M 

Bant, Linda Ellen 

Barbarin, Charlotte 



20 1 
295 
253 
261 
305 
2 17 
280 
255 
151 
219 
280 
217 
150 
298 
80 
261 
211 
75, 
253 
314 
261 
280 

. 80 
211 
301 
2t.l 
261 
261 
261 
IK 
247 
29£ 
261 
217 
280 
211 
305 
287 
261 
280 
305 
261 
298 
212 

241, 
125 
277 
283 
220 
219 
283 
283 
305 
305 
305 
287 
211 
261 
211 
287 
80 
301 
305 
301 

211, 
113 
287 
241 
253 
301 
162 
261 
261 
253 
287 
283 
211 
211 
261 
305 
247 
261 
253 



156 
305 
211 
3 13 
200 
261 
261 
287 
200 
253 
261 
187. 
150 
261 
160 
237 
287 
261 
280 
301 
207 
287 
301 
211 
295 
162 
261 
211 
lftfl 
277 
211 
261 
305 
295 



316 



Barbee. Judith June 261 

Barber, Bernard T. 253 

Barber, Jerry E 160, 208. 217 

Barber. I.u. ^ M 253 

Barber. Nancy L 209, 241 

Barbour. Ruth Ann 1 14. 261 

Bardwell, Glenda G 261 

Barge, William D 261 

Barger, John E 253, 156 

Barker. Linda Lee 305 

Barker, Roger Wm 253, 154 

Barkley. Leah Gail 112. 283 

Barnes, Cathryn 280 

Barron. Edwin G 253, 151 

Barron. Wm. Steve 253 

Barrowclugh, Rarbar 261 

Bartlett. Joseph R 158. 261 

Baruchman, Beverly 253, 116. 1 17, 
196, 203 

Ba-kin, Reed Carl 253, 151 

Bass, Frances June 287 

Bass. Jimie Lynn 134, 280 

Bastnagel _ 253, 164 

Bates, Gwen _ 116, 209 

Battistelli, Joseph 175, 212, 277 

Banman, Ray Thomas 261 

Baxter, Billie J 148 

Baxter, Richard C _... 287 

Beach, David Allen 162, 261 

Beach, Richard A 283, 223 

Beacham, Fred L 156 

Bcarden, Martha Lee 261 

Bi asley, Patricia A 247 

Beaudrot, Rite L 261 

Beaver, Bonnie Rose 197, 241 

Beck, Charles R 221 

Beckman, Milton H. .. 91 

Bedford. Mary Ann 287 

Bee. Judith Ann .... 141 

Beegle, Lenclle D. 172, 283, 190. 

222 

Beers, Kenneth Edw 261 

Belew, John F 301 

Bell, Aubrey C 160, 287 

Bell, Borden E. Jr. 253, 182, 162 

Bell, Penny 305 

Bell. Florence N. 151. 241 

Bell, Jerome Walter ... ... 80, 162 

Bell, Mary G. .. .. 295 

Beluc, Robert F. Jr 261 

Bennett, Barbara A 261 

Bennett, Patricia S 136, 280 

Bennett, Shirley .... 150, 208, 305 

Benton, Walter M 253 

Bergdurf, Marguerit 253 

Bernatsky, Carol L 247 

Bcrnrd, John Martin 261 

Bernstein. David A 241 

Berry, Jerry Clay 261 

Berry, Wanda Lea _ 277 

Berschied, John R 222, 261 

Bcumel, Charlotte C 283 

Bill, It, Nancy Jane 277 

Bills, Janet Lee 301 

Bingham, Billy Joe 191, 51, 223, 

277 

Bingham, James M _ 247 

Bingham, Richard 298 

Bingham, William M 253 

Bingham, Wylie W 298 

Biodrowski, Dennis 81, 162 

Bishop, Betty Gail .... 142, 261 

Bishop, Harrell 305 

Bishop, Harriet Ann 148, 283 

Bisio, Alicia 72, 116, 301 

Blark, Barbara Ann 283 

Black, Beverly Jane 1.34, 261 

Black, Jane Ellen 253 

Black, Jimmie S 261 

Black, Marris Smith 287 

Blackard, Donald A 287 

Blackard, Hugh W 174, 280 

Blackard, Mary C 138, 261 

Blackburn, Richard 253 

Blackford, Mary A 295 

Blackshire, Jesse C. ... ... 206 

Blackwood, Barbara 253, 200, 223 
Blackwoo, Terry .. .. 116 

Blair, Suzonne 109, 253 

Blalack, Kenneth L. _ 160, 262 

Blankenship, Ann 136, 180, 212, 

277 

Blanton, Mclanie 1 253 

Blasingame, Earl B 262 

Bledsoe, Jere Floyd ... 253 

Bloodworth, Grady .. .. 2o2 

Blocker, Judith Ann 138, 301, 181 

Blumbeks, John J 247 

Boales, Glenna Anne 184, 151, 247 

Boatman, Norma Faye 187, 198, 54, 

203, 227, 211 

Rob,.. Sidnej D. 171, 212, 222, 277 

Bodamer, George Jr 262, 105 

Boggs, J.rrv Ann 262 

Bohannon, Richard F. 287 

Boles, Andrew R. Jr 217 

Bolton, Robert W _ 305 

Bolton, Walter A 158, 262 

I!.. mar, Larry Lynn _ 262 

It. ,,o I, George E. 253 

Bondurant, James T 262 

Bonner, Ronnie 312 

Bookhout, Michael R. .. 262 

Boone, Barbra 150, 305 

Boon,-, Martha L. 173, 277 

Boone, Mary Jane 287 

Bon hert, W'infred C 262 

Boatick, Olcn Edwin 262 

Boston, George D 262 

Bounds, Sylvia 138, 202, 305 

Bourland, Carole Y 298 



Index 



Bounds, -Margaret E. 295 

Bourne, Kay 116, 138, 287 

Boushe, Kate S 301 

Bowen, Martha K. 134, 72, 301, 

181 

Bowers, Joseph W 287 

Bowers, Thomas Lee 157, 280 

Bowker, Maxine Jo 262 

Bowles. Raymond S 287 

Bowling. Marie S 129, 214, 262 

Boyanton, Charles E 262 

Boyd, James Leslie 253, 222 

Boyd, Linda Marlene 247 

Bovd, Martha Jelks .. 253, 145, 210 

Boyd, Maxine A 138, 305 

Bozeman, Claire 134, 305 

Brackeen, Sara 305 

Brackeen, William 211 

Brackhahn, Richard 183, 54, 241. 

26i 

Bradberry, Dianna 148, 262 

Bradford, Alice M 262 

Bradford, Jan 253 

Bradford, Joye Ann 262 

Bradford, Robert H. 178 

Bradford, Wm. Davis 116, 293 

Bradley, Eloise M 295 

Bradley, George M _ 221 

Bradley, James F. Jr 241 

Bradow, Leslie C 247 

Bradshaw. Jane D 140, 262 

Brady, Jane Martel 137, 241 

Brake, Lawrence W 283 

Bramlett, John 81, 106, 107 

Branan, Anita 140, 305 

Brandon, Linda Kay 280 

Brandon, Stuart W. .. .. 116, 253 

Brandon, Virgil L. .. 287 

Branham, Virgil L 287 

Branham, Virginia L. 184, 150, 247 

Brasfield, Billy R 241 

Brasher, James M 287 

Brasher, Rex L. Jr 158, 262 

Braswell, Orin L 277, 212 

Brauner, Larry 305 

Bray, Edith Eliz 295, 203 

Breeze, Patricia A 211 

Brennan, Danny 303 

Bretberiek, Jean C 262 

Bretherick, Wm. B 295 

Brewer, Barbara A. 150, 262, 298 

Brewer, Bradford 287 

Brewer, George D 247 

Brewer, Goldie A 160 

Brewer, Wade Daniel 298 

Brewster. Edw. T 221, 247 

Bricks, Bernard G. .. 205, 223, 247 

Briggs, Jacqueline 253 

Briggs, Katherine 262 

Briggs, Tommy E. .. 283 

Bright, Wayne 262 

Brignole, William 298 

Brim, Kay 305 

Brindley, Edward Jr 262 

Briscoe, Betty Jean 241 

Brist, Elsie K 212 

Britt, Barbara Jean 305 

Britton, Barbara A 301, 218 

Britton. Larry Ross 241 

Brock. Anna Louise 301, 202 

Brock, Mary Eliz 301, 150 

Brock, William Edw 160, 262 

Brooks, Charles A 81 

Brooks, Nancy 200 

Brooks, Nancy Sue 138, 305 

Brothers, Kay F 144, 2 47 

Brown, Beverly F 301, 144, 283 

Brown, Beverly Jean 136 

Brown, Billy Lee _ 277 

Brown, Cherry Dale 305 

Brown, Connie Bryce 144, 262 

Brown, David Edw 81 

Brown, Eliz. B 140, 262 

Brown, Glenda Fay _ 262 

Brown, Hudson Chas 210, 207 

Brown, Jimmy S 262 

Brown, James Henry 287 

Brown, Joe Lawrence 262 

Brown, Leonard D 277 

Brown, Martin Wm 262 

Brown, Robert Chas _ 241 

Brown, Stephen M 262 

Brown, Thomas 305 

Browning, Lyndell 283 

Bruce, Gais Melton 305, 112 

Bruce, Wm. Edwin 305 

Bryan, Jack Layne 283 

Bryant, Jim 105 

Bryant, Charlotte R 262 

Bryant, Johnie E 301 

Bryant, Kathleen B 211 

Bryant, Mary Maude 287 

Bryant, Walter R 287 

Bryant, William W 262 

Bryson, Rosemary E. ..._ 283 

Buchalter, June 305 

Buchanan, Eunice T 211 

Buchanan, Thomas L 253 

Buchignani, Paul P 160 

Buchner, Lisa J 253 

Buckley, Phillip 262 

Buderman, Hclenc R. 129, 146, 

184, 263 

Bugg, George W 262 

Bull, James A 154 

Bullard, Marty 128, 207, 253 

Bullfin, Carol J. ..._ _ 247 

Buntin, Anne 298 

Burford, Don _ 312 

Burgess, Wayne A 283 

Burk, John Morris 241 



Burke, George Wm 301 

Burke, Robert Edw 247 

Burkett, Beverly 144, 208, 305 

Burkhardt, John Jr 280 

Burkhardt, Phvllis 136, 287 

Burkhcad, Richard 156, 262 

Barklow, Melvin A 160 

Burks, Rita 150, 305 

Burnett,', Shannon 314 

Burns. Bonnie Jean .... 172, 72, 283 

Burns, Glendel 305 

Burns, Robert C 262 

Burns, Elizabeth 116, 305 

Burrown, Harold G 280 

Burrows, Mary Nell 295 

Bushong, Laura L 295 

Busscll, Alan 55, 124, 194, 195, 

211 

Butler, Wm. Douglas 253 

Butler, William H. ....... 166, 287 

Byers, Robert Lee - 158 

Byles, William G. 283 

Byrd, Donna Kay .... 140, 301, 214 

Byrd, James F 823 

Byrd, Patricia M _ 263 

Byrn, Edith Gayle 253 

Byrom, Charlotte 200, 263 

"C" 

Cabler, Cherrv J. O. 183, 148, 229, 
63, 247 

Cady, Robert M. ..... _ 253 

Cain, Chris S 129, 247 

Cain, Jerry Thomas — 263 

Caldwell, Ann 301 

Caldwell, Carol Ann 253, 144, 190, 

263 

Caldwell, Dwight B. 105 

Caldwell, Jerry L. 158, 287 

Caldwell, Joyce Ann 217 

Caldwell, William 287 

Calhoun, Andrew M 162 

Calhoun, Jerry L 156, 313 

Calhoun, Judith F 138, 283 

Calhoun, Wanda Lee _ 287 

Callahan. Carol P. 263 

Calliham, Michael J 154, 287 

Callis, William Edw 241 

Cameron, Cam 283 

Campbell, Bob .'. 305 

Campbell, Ernest R 283 

Campbell, James D 247 

Campbell, Lawrence 301 

Campbell, Marilyn R 136, 241 

Campbell, Dawn *09, 305 

Campbell, Mary C 200 

Campbell, Larry 112 

Campbell, Paula S 263 

Campbell, Sidney K 142, 263 

Campbell, Teddy T 174, 280 

Campbell, Wm. L. 295 

Canale, James L 247 

Candler, Robert H 263 

Canfield, Bert 106, 164, 176, 277 

Cannon, Danny E 287 

Cannon, Frances C 298 

Cannon, Raybourn A 247 

Cannon, Wm. Carl Jr 253, 166 

Caplenor, Mildred J 148, 192 

Capooth, Barbara F. 145, 187, 247 

Capps, Sara Ann ... 253 

Carberry, Catherine 287 

Carlew, Barry M 287 

Carmack, Kenneth 162, 312 

Carnes, Charles H. 175, 212, 277 

Carothers, Sara 305 

Carpenter, Francis — 287 

Carrell, Wendy Ann .. 142, 210, 263 

Carrington, Aubrey 283 

Carrinton, Daniel 287 

Carroll, Delavelle -. 263 

Carroll, Margaret G 263 

Carter, Carole Ina 263 

Carter, C. Jack 80 

Carter, Dixie V 120 

Carter, Guylene 129, 75, 144, 229, 

247 

Carter, Harvey Jr. 160, 263 

Carter, Orman G. Jr 166, 263 

Carter, Paul K. 116, 121, 178, 211 

Casey, James Oswale 263 

Cash, Linda Kay 287 

Cash, Roy Jr. .. 192, 211, 241, 122 

Casinelli, David A 81 

Cason, William 116 

Cassandras, Chas. T 301 

Casteel, Norma A 301 

Castens, Anna L 138, 197, 247 

Castleberry, Garlnd 174, 283 

Cates, Barbara Ann — . 305 

Cates, Charles T. 183, 155, 208, 280 

Cates, Mimi Lee 295 

Cathey, Charlotte M 211, 247 

Catone, Louis 204 

Caudel, J.rrv Glyn 253, 158 

Caudill, Mary Fern .... 73, 140, 253 

Cavender, Larry D 298 

Caviness, Jesse C „ 263 

Ceranti, Patricia A 287 

Cerrito, Delores L 287 

Chamoun, Joseph A 241 

Champion, Ann 305 

Chance, William L. 263 

Chandler, Charles D 263 

Chandler, George N 191, 242 

Chandler, Luther R 154, 283 

Chapman, Paul C 247 

Charles, Johnny Jr 263 

Charley, Raymond Jr 263 

Cheevers, Robert V. 263 



Cherry, Lana M 298 

Cherry, Margaret M. 142, 253, 205 

Cherry, Robert H 287 

Chesemore, Ronald G 263 

Chester, Edward E. 175, 212, 277 
Childers, Richard L. 129, 160, 223, 

242 

Childress, Bruce _ 254 

Childress, Vicki L 134, 70, 253 

Childs, Billy D. ._ 263 

Chiozza, Ann Marie 150, 298 

Chipman, Jerry Carl 211, 263 

Christian, Donald R 158, 283 

Chu, Nalup K 247 

Chu, Patricia J 200 

Chumlev, James H 287 

Ciccarel'li, Ralph E 81, 247 

Clabough, Anita D 207, 295 

Clark, Barbara E 301 

Clark, Beanland 312 

Clark, Charles T. Jr 162 

Clark, Henry 306 

Clark, Howard Ray 263 

Clark, Irene Sue 254 

Clark, Jimmy Louis 254 

Clark, Joye Ann 137, 242 

Clarke, Kittye C _ 254 

Clark, Roderick III 254, 158 

Clarke, Charles A. 263 

Clay, Thomas Dean 313 

Clement Joan Kent 134 

Clemmons, Corrinne 222, 247 

Click, Charles 306 

Clift, Nancy - 148, 306 

Clift, Paul A 174, 176, 277 

Climer, Harry W ,221, 218 

Climer, Linda Jo 221, 30( 

Clinton, Edward L. .. 254, 164, 12( 

Cloys, Paula Ann 136, 306 

Cobb, Eleanor T 136 

Cobb, Janice Reed 194, 280 

Cobb, Terry Robert 277 

Cobb, William S 263 

Coburn, James R 178 

Cochran, Connie R 142, 301 

Cochran, Jimmie . — 116 

Cochran, Mary Va 242 

Cochran, Saley 298 

Cocke, Mayo L _ - 254 

Cockrill, Paul H. 212, 166, 174, 
176, 215, 280 

Cody, William F 263 

Cofer, Billie Wayne 247 

Coffey, Don Eugene .- 80, 176, 277 

Cogburn, Travis Jr 263 

Coggins, Donnie Lee 254 

Coggins, Joe W. Jr 263 

Cohen, Barry Alan 220, 277 

Cohen, Brian M 277 

Cohen, David Clark 164 

Colby, Clarence - - 154 

Colbert, Thomas G. 283 

Cole, Evelyn Ruth 247 

Cole, Larry Allen 287 

Cole, Ronald Bert 287 

Cole, Warren Gale 247 

Coleman, Bama Gale 190, 280 

Coleman, Charles E. .- 247 

Coleman, Donald W. - 242 

Coleman, Jere Anne .<.. 138, 247 

Coleman, Samuel D — 156 

Coletta, Ronald C 263 

Collard, Danny W -..- 116, 263 

Collins, Joseph L 175, 277 

Collins, Robert C 301 

Collins, Terrance E 263 

Colston, Fred J 280 

Colvett, John H 164, 242 

Colvin, Helen C 306 

Colvin, Riley A -.. 178, 222 

Colvin, Ruth Mary ..._ 172, 277 

Combs, John G. Jr. 242 

Compton, Billy 11° 

Conner, Mary 116, 242 

Conner, Patricia - 306 

Conrad, Edward J. Jr. 160, 210, 280 

Cook, David Howell 263 

Cook, Jeffry Buel 263 

Cook, Johnny Mac 283, 218 

Cook, Karin Lea 172, 282 

Cook, Woodrow 162 

Cooper, Bernard F ,- 162, 242 

Cooper, Charlotte 306 

Cooper, Joan 150, 295 

Cooper, Martha Lou 295 

Cooper, Stanley M 254, 220 

Copeland, Carolyn A 263 

Copeland, Nancy E 301 

Coppersmith, Larry 207 

Cordell, Troy N. Jr 106, 287 

Corea, Sherry Edith 188, 223, 264 

Corkran, Sally Ann 141 

Corley, James David 

Cormier, James W 261 

Cotros, Elaine 1 26i 

Cotton, Barbara F. 261 

Coughjan, Linda L. 254, 148 

Courtney, Billy 

Courtney, Donald R. 288 

Covellis, Elaine 134, 247 

Covington, Jimmie A. 131, 191, 
195, 242 

Coward, Michael M 288 

Cowgill, Howard Edw 306 

Cowles, Jerry W 16° 

Cox, Brenda C 184, 148, 280 

Cox, Byron Culton 288 

Cox, Carolyn Ruth I* 8 

Cox, Glenna Carol 3 fll 

Cox, Herbert N. Jr 264 



Cox, John Thomas 248 

Cox, Johnny E 254 

Cox, Johnny Portis 178 

Cox, Kenneth M 254 

;ox, William P - 248 

Cov, John Ross _ 248 

Crabb, Betty - 288 

Craig. Joseph A. Jr 283 

iraig, William R - 288 

Crane, Dwight Lamar _ 314 

;raven, Thomas III 164, 264 

iawford, Carl W 242, 125 

Crawford, Frankie S 254 

Crawford, John F. Jr 162, 264 

Irawford, Kay W. __ 134, 229, 248 

Crawford, Sammy Lee 242 

Creel, Anita Gail 264 

;renshaw, Betty 109, 306 

Crenshaw, Merritt H 174, 277 

;ribbs, Mable M 264 

Criner, John H. Ill 200 

;rocker, Leslie F 254 

docker, Linda Kay 301, 150 

Crockett, David C 154 

Crockett, John E 174, 212, 277 

irockett, John N 164, 242 

jont', Diann - 148 

Cronin, John Jos - 81 

Crook. Doyle B. - 164, 288 

Crook, Gordon Ray 176, 277 

Crosby, Bernie Lou 192, 242 

:ross, Nancy K 254, 207, 220 

Crowe, Bobby Joe 254 

Jrowe, Franklin D 277 

Crull, Elgin L _ 264 

Crump, Jeanine _ 264 

grumpier, Bonnie K 295 

Cruthirds, Jimmy E 162, 264 

Culhrcath, Jane _ - 314 

Cummings, Jane 129, 150, 298 

Cummings, Judy Ann — 264 

Cunningham, John E 191, 248 

Cunningham, L. - 301 

Cunningham, Marcia 306 

Cupples. Jimmy W 106, 248 

Curie, Larry Euclid _ 264 

Curlin, James A. 160, 306 

Curran, Mary Beth - 207, 295 

Curry, Cheryl Ann 283, 222 

Curry, Clinton — — 306 

Curry, Douglas H 254, 160, 193 

Curry, Sharon Ann 283 

Curtis, James Jerry - 160 

Cutliff, Norman J 264 

Cutting, Carl Robt. _ 254, 154, 220 
Cutting, Di 138, 202, 306 

"D" 

Dabbs, Velva Ann 223, 

Oacus, Marvin 

Oadour, Steve 

Daily, Charles Ken 

Daily, Douglas S. 

Dale, Charles L - 

Dale, Kenneth- Ray _ 221, 

Dalton, Kate — 

Dalton, Nancy Kay _ 

Daniel, William R. 

Darby, Larry Edward „ 

Darden, Willie L. Jr 

Oargie, Herbert A. 

Darlev, Margaret L 

Darnall, Linda R 254, 

Davidson, Frances 

Davidson, Johnny Jr 

Davidson, Lee A — 

Davis, Charles W 

Dewitt - 

Dorothy J 142, 

Gerald . _... 158, 

Gloria Ray 301, 

Harry L _ 

Helen R. ..._ -. 

Jo Ann — 



Davis, 

Davis, 

Davis, 

Davis, 

Davis, 

Davis, 

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Davis, Lvnda Alyce .. 

Davis, Milford L, ... 175, 212, 

Davis, Perry P. Jr 164, 

Davis, Richard 

Davis, Walter L 283, 

Dawkins, David W 

Dawson, Gary F 

Dean, Bidwell Ned 

Dearmond, Janet R. 136, 254, 

Decourley, Lois C. 

Deen, Wm. Curry Jr. 

Degarmo, Shelton 

Dehoney, Robert 

De La Rua, John 

Delashmit, Donald E. 

Delius, Johnny 154, 

Dellinger, James D 222, 

Deluca, Linda K. 

Delugach, Barbara L 135, 

Demaree, Robert O. 

Demetriou, Charles 

Denkman, Delores J. 

Dennis, Betty . 

Denton, Harry Don 

Denton, Jimmy 

Deplante, Melanie E. 

Depoister, Douglas 

Derryberry, Donna 



Despain, Hugh Edw. 242, 

Devaughn, Clarence 219, 

Deverell, Linda Kay 283, 

Devore, Philip C. . 160, 176 

Dew, Phyllis Ellen 

Dexter, Sara 

Dhority, Gloria J. C. 



Diamond, Lester 

Dice, Barbara Ruth 

Dickens, Donna Kay 143, 184, 
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Dill, Mary Ann 55, 141, 187, 



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Dilling, Carol — 

Dillon, Bettye J. - 73, 74, 142, 

Dino, Sam Henry _ _ 

Dixon, Carey Helen — 

Dixon, Carroll W 

Dixon, Emily Jean 

Dixon, Fred 

Dixon, James B _ 164, 

Dixon, Richard S 

Dixon, Dick — 

Dohbs, Carolyn E. — 

Dobson, Gene Austin 

Dodd, Jean 116, 

Dodson, Carol J 

Dodson, David F 191, 

Dodson, Mary F 172, 

Doerr, Steven Evans 

Dolgos, Margaret E. _ 

Dominioni, Connie M 140, 

Donald, Joan _ 138, 

Donaldson, Bonnie F 

Dooley, Elizabeth 

Doolin, Donna Lynne — 

Dorsett, James Ray 

Doss, Dorie Faye . 254, 210, 

Dotson, Dee Anna 73, 142, 

Dotson, Gloria Jean 172, 73, 
190, 196, 

Dotson, William 162, 

Doty, William H 

Dougherty, Johnny L 182, 

Douglas, Beverly J 

Douglas, Brenda K. 

Douglas, Mary 116, 111, 

Douglass, Charles H 

Douglass, Jane _ — 188, 

Dover, Wm. Eugene 

Dowd, Diana ... 109, 134, 210, 

Dowdy, Jeanctte 

Dowling, Ann — 136, 

Downs, Terry 1 140, 

Downing, Penny _ 

Dovle, Donnis Lee 154, 

Doyle, Ella A 145, 

Dressel, Walt — 

Drew, Paula Ann 

Drcwel, Don Lee 

Drewry, Harlan Joe 

Drissel, Walter E 

Droke, Barbara Jane 

Dropkin, Steve 106, 

Duck, John Sam 

Dudley, Sandra G. .. 254, 188, 

Duke, James _ 

Duke, Judy Mae 142, 

Duffel, James V 254, 

Duffey, Emily Ann 

Dulaney, Betty Jo 

Dumas, Wallace M 

Dunavant, Bettie 149, 207, 

Duncan, Burney T 

Duncan, Mary K 

Dunehcw, Johnny P. 

Dungan, Thomas E _ 

Dunivant, Wm. Edward 

Dunkelberger, Loyce 136, 

Dunkin, Russell L 

Dunlap, Danny Maye9 

Dunlap, Emily _ 

Dunn. Franklin R 

Dunn, Martha Lee 138, 

Dunn, Peggy Ann 136, 107, 207, 

Dupree, Henry S. . 162, 189, 

Durby, Carol 74, 148, 

Durham, William R 

Duscoe, Tom David 254, 

Duvall, Linda L 

Dworet, Raelee 

Dwyer, Charles S 

Dyer, Stephen Thos 



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Earhart, John D 

Easley, Lynn - 136, 

Easley, Patricia A 

Eason, Bobbie F _ 

East, James L 

East, Linda.- Sue 

Easterwood, Charles 174, 

Eaton, Michael R _ 221, 

Eaton, Ronald H 191, 

Eavcnson, Charles W. _ 

Eeoff, Harry F. 

Eddins, Robert M -. 

Eddlemon, Charles O. 

Edelson, Nadolyn 146, 220, 

Edgerton, Giff D 

Edgerton, Terry E. 

Edmondson, Fredrick 

Edwards, Beverly K, 

Edwards, Jane Ellen 

Edwards, Jo Ann 142, 205, 210, 

Edwards, John M. 

Eiker, Mary Ann 301, 

Elam, Judith L — 

Eldred, Robert E. 

Ellett, Julie C. 

Ellin, Carolyn 

Ellington, Mary B 

Elliott, Gail T. _ 

Ellis, Aubrey L — 

Ellis, Jerry 

Elmore, Ernest D. _ 

Elmore, Marjorie A 

Embry, Wallace A. .. 

Emerick, Charles 

Emerson, Mike 

Emerson, Patricia A. 

Emerson,. William B. 

Emigh, Martha Ann .. 172, 223, 

Emmons, Wayne 

Emmons, Jerry 

Enochs, John R 

Eoff, Charles Edw. 



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Epperson, Charlie 

Ervin, Gloria Ann 142, 

Erwin, Johnny Lee — 162, 

Erwin, Sara Ann 

Eskew, William C 

Essary, Donna Marie 148, 

Essary, Mary Carla 

Estes, Linda D. B. ..._ 

Estilc, David Hart .... 160. 210, 

Estridge, Jimmy N 

Etteldorf, Eleanor 

Eubanks, Joan J 

Eudaly, Charles 

Evans, Gail 

Evans, John M ~ 

Evans, Leslie Wayne .. 82, 176, 

Evans, Linda Carole 

Evan-. Ronald Hays 

Evans, Wm. Henry 

Emerson, Tillman T 

Ewell, Barbara N 138, 195, 



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Fallat, Peter Edwin 162 

Fant, Barbara Jean 150, 265 

Farmer, Dave 128, 160, 59, 208, 277 

Farmer, Patricia D 140, 284 

Farmer, William M 265 

Farrar, Nancy Eliz .... 218 

Farrish, James Earl 288 

Faucett, Jane Ann .... 129, 148, 298 

Faulk, Mary Alice 219 

Faust, James F 164 

Fee, Charlotte Jean 223, 288 

Fellows, Diane Mary 148 

Felts, Wm. Curtis Jr 162, 242 

Ferguson, Allan B 157, 242 

Ferguson, Barbara A 218 

Ferguson, Dale E 248 

Ferguson, Don R 158 

Ferguson, Donna Mae 265 

Ferguson, James L 154, 280 

Ferguson. John Earl 265 

Ferguson, Kathleen 72, 142, 205, 
210, 288 

Ferguson, Kay 128 

Ferguson, Patricia — 281 

Ferguson, Paul A ._ 162, 265 

Ferguson, Randall 248 

Ferguson, Robert C. — . 243 

Ferguson, Shirley 254, 229, 190, 229 

Ferguson, Sandra 138, 306 

Fernandez, Mary K 288 

Fernimen, Ruby A. H 243 

Ferrari, Ronald _ — 254 

Ferree, Betty ..._ 140, 306 

Ferrell, Susie Eliz 284, 190 

Ferren, James David 265 

Field, Janice K 248 

Fife, Pam 128, 148, 265 

Figgins, Chris 312 

Finamore, Robert A 82, 284 

Finch, Jerry Wayne 301 

Finch, Ronald Allen 154 

Findlay, Stephen M 243 

Fineberg, Isaac H 265 

Finger, Michael W 302, 207 

Finley, Polly _ 277 

Finleyson, Gayle 265 

Fish, Betty Jane 298 

Fisher, Edward W _ - 254 

Fisher, Jane E 135, 255, 223 

Fisher, Samuel Y. Jr 255, 207 

Fitch, Robert G 306 

Fitts, Carolyn 265 

Fitzgerald, Curtis 265 

Fitzgerald, Joe A 284 

Fitzpatrick. Frank _ 265 

Fitzpatrick, Ralph 154 

Fiveash, Donald F 288 

Flautt, Frank Lee 163, 248 

Fleenor, Gerald K 284 

Fleet, Marrin Thos _... 265 

Fleming, John Wm 302 

Fleming, Rosemary 265 

Letcher, Faye D. 140, 255 

Floyd, Geo. Edward 174, 212, 215, 

277 

Floyd, Ralph E _ 265 

Fondren, Jake 112 

Fones, Linnie Anne 134 

Forbess, Kary Dan 219, 255 

Ford, Mary Ann 138, 265 

Ford, William R 164, 284 

Forrester, Betty G. 188, 288 

Forrester, Sarah E 207, 248 

Fortune, Terry .-. 203, 205 

Forwalter, Nancy S. 255 

Foshce, Terence W 248 

Foster, Barbara Ann 302 

Foster, Nancy J. 72, 138, 298 

Foughty, Gary Lee ~ 248 

Foust, Milton Jack ..._ _... 278 

Fouts, Jimmie D. 164, 280 

Fowler, Bobby Frank 295 

Fowler, Margaret L 265 

Fowler, Nancy C 149, 229, 278 

Fowlston, Patricia 288, 116 

Franklin, Barbara J. 55, 149, 198, 

295 

Franklin, Sherman 174, 278 

Franks, Thomas Jr. 265 

Fransioli, Jane A 136, 229, 298 

Fransioli, M. Eliz. ..._ __ 142, 255 

Frazier, Belle « 307 

Freeland, Ernest Jr 255 

Freels, Martha Sue .... 140, 211, 255 

Freeman, Anita Sue — 265 

Freeman, Charlotte 137 

Freeman, Donald H 284, 248 

Freeman, Donald L. 158 

Freeman, Donald W. 288 

Freeman, Geraldine 307 

Freeman, Marie 109, 136, 187, 298 
French, Earl Wm. 255 



French, Elaine K. .. 136, 71, 255 
Frcrichs, Helen P. 138, 200, 248 

Freidman. Lynn — 248 

Friener, Harriet S. 146, 147, 220, 

298 

Fries, Sheralyn D 146 

Frizzell, Diane 150, 248 

Fulghum, Barbara J 218, 243 

Fulk, James Lee 248 

Fuller, Carol Jane - _ 265 

Fuller, Linda Nclle 288 

Fulton, Ruth L, ..._ 243 

Futrell, Patty Eliz 74, 148, 188, 266 
Fyfe, Virginia 221, 307 

"G" 

Gaba, Patricia Ann 140, 302 

Gaia, John _ 165, 281 

Gaillard, Mary Lou 302 

Gaines, Beth _ 188 

Gaines, Mary E 172, 278, 248 

Gaither, Bob 174, 212, 281 

Galese, William F 82, 295 

Gallina, Martha F 138, 298 

Gallman, Jo Ellen 148 

Gamel, Raymond G. — . 255 

Gammill, William G 164, 266 

Gandy, Eleanor J 248 

Gandy, Frances M 200, 243 

Gann, Jimmy - 154, 288 

Ganoung, Edwin R — 166, 288 

Gant, Joe Hardin 284 

Garber, Larry Lee 93 

Gardner, Curtis OI — . 255 

Gardner, John H. _ 221, 266 

Gardner, John R 284, 212 

Gardner, Mary Harvey 314 

Garland, Donald E. 129, 288 

Garner, Benny H 235 

Garner, Robt. Harlan 243 

Garrett, Bettye J 150, 266 

Garrett, Marilyn R 266 

Garrett, Paul Allen 266 

Garrett, Walter G. 164, 284 

Gary, Nancy Eliz 255, 221 

Gary, Rose Erin _ 266 

Garver, Larry _ 281 

Gaskill, Robt. H. 248, 162, 192, 211 

Gates, Jean Corinne 138, 266 

Gates, Martha _ 150, 307 

Gatlin, Michael S — . 158 

Gattis, Richard Guy 218, 223 

Gautreaux, Patricia — . 140, 266 

Gay, Sandra Marie 266 

Gentry, Vogel C. Jr 243 

George, Gemia Ann .. 138, 302, 116 

George, Hunter S 204 

George, Janice F 134, 266 

German, Paul W 266 

Giannina, Eugene P. 176, 278 

Gibbon, Daniel R .- 174, 278 

Gibbons, Richard _ — 307 

Gibbs, Judith Linn 54, 172, 187, 
198, 223, 207, 278 

Gibson, Brenda R. 136, 248 

Gibson, Danny 112, 281 

Gibson, David Allen 284 

Gibson, David B. Ill 162, 197 

Gibson, David H _ 266 

Gibson, Douglas 266 

Gibson, Edna Lou 298 

Gibson, Nancy C. 223, 266 

Giger, Paul Edward _ 74 

Gilkey, Vicki -. 307 

Gill, Patricia Ann _ 248 

Gillenwater, Jeff D 278 

Gillespie, John H. 284 

Gilliam, Juanita 248 

Gilliland, Sally B 266 

Gilliland, Charles 255, 158 

Gilpin, Clarence E 176, 213 

Ginn, Dixie Lane 211, 266 

Ginn. Rene Mercedes 248 

Gish, William D. 156 

Gladney, Brenda G 266 

Glascock, Frank B — 266 

Glaser, Rita Jo 172, 222 

Glass, Gordon R 158, 248 

Glass, J. C 160, 288 

Glass, Martha Jo 128, 136, 255, 187 

Glenn, Donald M 281 

Glidewell, Rae _ _... 295 

Glover, John Dudley 154, 243 

Glover, Walton C 281 

Goad, Elizabeth L. 144, 266 

Goff, Charlotte H 221 

Goins, Otto Kenny — — 243 

Gold, Samuel B. .. 266 

Golden, Patricia A 266 

Gooch, Joe M. 312 

Oooch, Wanza Ann 142, 266 

Good, Stephen B. 156, 266 

Good, Stewart Jay 156, 266 

Goodwin, Rebecca G — 255, 144 

Gordon, Annette 146, 220, 307 

Gordon, Brenda J. 302 

Gordon, Emma Jane 302 

Gossett, Thomas L 255 

Gossett, William 307 

Gover, Sidney M. 266 

Graham, Daniel G. 82 

Graham, George M 288 

Gramlick, Nancy A 266 

Grant, Carolyn J. _.. 183, 150, 298 

Grant, David A 255, 16 

Grantham, Sharon J. — _ 138 

Grasty, Lynda L. — „ 295 



Graves, Byron 
Graves, Marcia 
Gray, Fay Beth 



Gray, Henry Aaron 

Gray, Juanita M, 

Gray, Walter S. Jr. 

Greaves, Nancy E 302, 150 

Green, Allen F. .. .. 288 



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Green. Sandra Gale 150, 229, 
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Green, William L 

Greene, Beverly I. . 72, I 10, 

Greene, Edwina L 1 10, 

Greenhaw, Elizabeth 

Greenwell, Mary 

Griffin, Dick 

Griffin, Donald H 

Griffin, John 82, 

Griffin, Joy R. 

Griffin, Larry F 

Griffith, Larry H. 160, 

Griffith, Mary Fran 72, 302, 



Griffith, Virgil R 161, 

Griffith, William A 156, 

Griggs, John Archil* 

Grilli, Guido John 

Grimes, Margaret G 302, 

Grinder, Anna L 

Grinder, Richard N 

Grissom, Linda „ 

Grogan, Jimmy H. 154, 

Grooms, James P 166, 

Grosmann, John Jos 191, 

Grove, Armond S. II 

Grubbs, Martha A 

Gruen, Gordon E 185, 

Grunnet, Margaret 

Grusin, Martin A 

Guarr, Stephen F. 

Guess, Zack Meaders _ 

Guiili, Deanna J 

Gunter, Riley W 

Gurley, Thomas W 219, 

Gustafson, Howard L 

Gutherie, Barbara L 

Gutherie, Thomas C 

Gwaltney, Charles J 

Gwinn, Jennie Belle 

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Hadfield, Larry Dee 

Haire, Danny - 

Haire, Marilyn C 221, 

Haire, Phyllis E. W 

Haire. Rex Patrick _ 

Halbert, Edward H 158, 

Hale, Jo Ann - _ 

Hale, Ralph R 

Hale, Virginia F _ 255, 

Haley, Steve M 266, 

Halford, Virginia D 

Hall, Allen Sanders 

Hall, Dennis C 

Hall, Edward D 

Hall, Gladys Gibson 

Hall, Judith Lynn 148, 

Hall, Nell - - 128, 138, 

Hall, Melvin Ddd 

Hall, Patricia June 255, 

Hall, Penelope — 

Hall, Robert L. .. 

Hamblen, Marth I. 

Hamby, E. Delaine 184, 111, 

Hamby, Jas. Morris 

Hamer, Jas. Eugesne 

Hamilton, Dianne D 150, 

Hamilton, Edward — 

Hamilton, Kate C 

Hamilton, Ralph B 

Hamlin. Taloa L 204, 

rlamm, Herman Lloyd 

Hammack, James 

Hammers, Barbara 109, 205, 



Hammock, Mary Gayle 

Hammond, Charlotte 

Hammond, Ellen S 

Hampton, Margaret K 

Hancock. Sarah Jean 203. 

Haney, F. David 

Hankins, David B. — — 

Hankley, Daniel W 

Hanks, Wanda Lee 

Hanna, Alvin Terry 

Hanna, Wilma Kay 

Hannah. Hilda Ann 

Harber, Jerry Lance 

Harbor, Lee Marion 160, 284, 

Hardin, Carolyn Lee — 

Hardin, Dorothy G 110, 

Hardin, James W 

Harding, Harriet A 

Hardwick, Belton H 

Hardy, Bonnie Lynn 

Hardy, Harold 

Hargett, Martha 

Hargrave, Walter, Jr 

Harless, Michael K 

Harmer, Barbara Ann 136 

Harmon, Bonnie Kay 150 

Harmon, Anne 

Harpel, James A 

Harper, Robert ... 212, 

Harper, Sandra Kay 

Harrell, Lee - 162, 

Harris, Betty Joan ... 73, 255, 

Harris, Bonnie 

Harris, Eugene J 

Harris, Harold B _... 157, 

Harris, Herbert F 255 

Harris, Karen Ann ~ 

Harris, Phyllis Ann 136, 184, 



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Harrison, Don Hamil 

Harrison, Glenn M — 177 

Harrison, Marie 

Harrison, Marye Lee 

Harrison, Sandra K. 

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Harter, Curtiss W _ 284 

Harter. Leslie H. _ 1 17-4, 278 

Hartley, Jas. Gordon 158, 218, 219. 

219 

Harvey, Bob — _ 267 

Harwell, Barbara D. 209, 249, 116 

Harwell, Benjamin H. 255 

Harwell, Margaret E. _ _ 219 

Haskell, Ronnie Lee 255, 161, 211 

Hassler, Jane Lvnn 267 

Hastings, James Jr. _ 154. 189, 281 

Hastings, Robert E. 267 

Hatheock. David G. 313 

Hatley, Janet Ruth 73, 74, 150, 229 

Haugen, Martha K. 249 

Hawke, Marilyn Eliz. 267 

Hawkins, Raymond Jr. 165, 249 

Hawks, Sonny _ 289 

Hawthorne, Fred 281 

Hayes, Patricia Ann 73, 255 

Hayes, Ronnie _ - — 289 

Havles, Mary Ann 150, 267 

Havens, Jim 289 

Havnie, Kave 307 

Havnie, Jerry N 174, 212, 278 

Havnie, Richard C. 278 

Havs, Alton 307 

Hays, Carole Anne 190, 218 

Head, Frances Inez 249 

Hearn, Cecil Warren 289 

Heard, Howard C. Jr. __ 221, 249 

Hearington, Betty L. 278 

Hearington, Janelle 255, 190, 218 

Hearn, Cecil Warren 154 

Heathcott, Larry 82, 296 

Hedley, Martha Kay 219, 278 

Heffington, Tomyris 255 

Heinz, Carter 313 

Heitmer, Ruth Ann _ 134 

Hemenway, Becky 138, 307 

Hemmen, Carol A. 116 

Henderson, Chas. E. 54, 208 

Henderson, Chas. Edw. 243 

Henderson, Willis B. 243 

Hendrix, Errol F. 255, 166 

Henry, Percy J. 165, 284 

Henslev, Nellita 307 

Hepburn, Charles H. 289 

Hepburn, David R. 267 

Henslev, Alan 289 

Herring, Emma Lucy 284 

Hezel, William M 284 

Hiatt, Frank N. 156 

Hickerson, Jerrv W 255 

Hicks, David 281 

Higginbotham, Rich 267 

Higginbotham, Wayne 249 

Higgins, Ann — 307 

Higgins, Barbara J _ 136, 126 

Higgins, Herman D. ... 156, 267 

Hightower, Allen __ 178, 116 

Hightower, Jim 289 

Higley, Jean Irene 243 

Hilburn, Linda Lee — 267 

Hilburn - 284 

Hill, Ann Eliz. __ _ _ 267 

Hill, Bobby Jean _ 203, 214 

Hill, Bcnjamen __ _ 112 

Hill, Betty Ann _ 140, 302 

Hill, Billie F. Hall 267 

Hill, Carolvn C _ 284, 206 

Hill, Edgar Allen 295, 243 

Hill, Elizabeth Jo 73, 148, 284 

Hill, James C. Jr _ 267 

Hill, June Elaine _ 289 

Hill, Leslie Brooks 154, 267 

Hill, Melvin H - 156, 284 

Hillsman, Bobbie K — 207, 299 

Hindsman, Charlene E. 173, 219, 

278 

Hines, Barbara S 138, 302 

Hinton, Jerrv Ted 255 

Hinkle, Sally P 145, 187 

Hitt, Georg.- B 289 

Hobson, James Lynn 255, 154 

Hoerning, Bill 289 

Huffman, Ronald J 203 

Hoffman, Virginia C. 206, 219, 221, 

267 

Holcomb, Glenn R 158, 267 

Holden, Huey L 151, 267 

Holder, Charles F 289 

Holder, Robert A. 75, 165, 211, 

219 

Hollar, Philip W 299 

Hollenbeck, David I.. 213 

Hollev, Esther - 307 

Holley, Grace Ellen _. 110, 267 

Hollingsworlh, Al 128, 180, 208, 

281 
Hollingsworlh, H. I!. 255, 156 

H.,ll„man. Michael _ 255, 211 

Holloran, Thomas J. I'll 

Holloway, Marv A. 72, 115, 163, 

219 

Holloway, Sue C 302 

Holloway, Suzanne 289 

Holman, Nancy Lee . 307 

Holmes, Carolyn Ann 139, 202. 299 
Holmes, Maris Ruth 150, 267 

Holmes, Mary C 302 

Holt. >n/annc 136, 61, 219 

Holt, George 106 

Holt, Marv }. ... 229, 219 

Holt, Melton .. 307 

Holt, Vicki M. 118, 229, 211, 299 
Holtzclaw, Johnny D. ... 83 

Hooker, Ruth 219 

Hooper, Barbara 307 

Hooper, James V 158, 267 

Hope, Mary Lou 136, 296 

Hopper, Barbara I.. 150 

Hopper, Cheryl 112, 289 

Hopper, David Webb .. 164, 267 
Hopper, Judy Gay — 255 

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Hooper, Michael. E. 54, 155, 
212, 

Hopper. Michael C -'.- 158, 

Hopper, Roger L. 154, 

Horner, Anderson T. 

Horner, Toby Marr 

Horton, James A 

Horton, John Wm 

Horton, Margaret S 

Horton, Terry - 

Horton. Thomas 112, 151, 296, 

Hough, John C. Jr. — 

House, Jack Jane 193, 

Houston, James Chas 255, 

Howard, Marsha 

Howard, Mary Sue 

Howell, Carol Ann 140, 255, 
211, 203, 

Howell, Genie - - 

Howe, Malvin Ernest 

Howland, (Catherine 134, 256, 

Huddleston, James H — 

Hudson, Frank — . 

Hudson, Mary Lee 121, 136, 
55, 

Hudson, Michael D 

Huessner, Pat 

Huettel, Wilfred J 

Huev, John Douglas 256, 

Huey, Thelma Jean .. 136, 188, 

Huffman, Barbara J — 

Huggins. John Paul 162, 

Hughes. Dianne _ 

Huie, Sophie Joyce — 150, 

Hull, George David 

Huniber, Mary R — 

Humphreys, Edward — - 

Humphreys, Harris — 

Humphrey, Katherine 

Humphreys, Melvin A 

Humphreys, Sonny - 

Humphries, Joy Dawn 72, 142, 

181. 

Hunt, Dorothy 

Hunt, Frances - — 

Hunt, William 162, 

Hunt, Wm. Strange - 

Hunter, Henry Kiser — 

Huntzicker, George . — 

Hurlev, James V. Jr. 164, 211, 

Hurley, Raoul Thos 156, 

Hurst, Howard Jr. 

Hurst, Jackson F. 129, 161, 

210, 

Hurst, Joyce 128, 

Hurt, Charles Robt 

Huskinson, Wm. Thomas 

Hutchens, Cynthia - 

Hutchens. Robt. E. Jr 

Hutcheson, Ann 206, 221, 

Hutcheson, Jeanette 

Hutcheson, Merrel 256 

Hutchison, J. David 

Hutson, Jean Ann 138, 

Hyatt, Kay _ _ 

Hydrick, Janet — 

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Ingram, Linda C 

Irby, Mildred L 220, 

Ireland, Carol L 138, 

Ireland, Harry W. _ 

Irvirf, Linda M — 143, 

Isaac, Joanna Eliz 256, 

Isaacs, James M 

Isbcll, Carl M. Jr _ 

"J" 

Jacks, Jon R 

Jacks, Lois Lee - 

Jackson, Drew D — 

Jackson, Jesselyn A 200, 

Jackson, Martha Mac 142, 302, 

Jackson, Shirley E 148, 

Jacobs, Ann Frances 

Jacobs, Jaequelyn - - - 

Jacobs, John Royce - 256, 

Jamerson, Louise 221, 

Jamcrson, Thomas E. 221, 203, 

James, Carolyn W. 

James, George N - 

James, James Ernest 

James, Joe — 

James, Judy Clare 

James, Lloyd Wm. 

Jamison, Jack L — 191, 

January, John J 

Jaques, Jill 129, 140, 

Jarratt, Albert J . 

Jasper, Sherry Kay i 

Jenkins, Daniel W 167, 

Jenkins, Don 302, 

Jenkins, Felix Lee 

Jenkins, Wesley J. 212, 

Jennings, Charles 

Jennings, Barbara S 197, 

Jennings, Bill 

Jennings, Mary K 142, 

Jenning, Sally — 

Jennings, Sarah C. - 144, 

Jennings, Walter 

Jensen, Josephine 

Jernigan, James A 

Jetton, Diane Carey 124, 65, 66 
302, 
Johnson, Bettyc Lee 195, 209, 

Johnson, Cecilia 

Johnson, Dennis 

Johnson, Dixie M 

Johnson, Hubert N 

Johnson, J. Carl 

Johnson, James R 

Johnson, Jas. Sadler 

Johnson, Wayne 75, 160, 176, 
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Johnson, Margie R. 268 

Johnson, Sylvia __ 302 

Johnson, Virginia A 209, 299 

Johnson, Willia W -- 268 

Johnston, Elaine 137, 184, 198, 

213 

Joiner, Dovle — 164, 281 

Jolley, Stanley E — 162 

Jones, Annette Eliz 302 

Jones, Baird 289 

Jones, Brenda Sue 148, 268 

Jones, Charlotte Ann 289 

Jones, Ellis B - — 154 

Jones, George M — - 219 

Jones, Henryce 299 

Jones, Jimmie - 312 

Jones, Joy 281 

Jones, Kay Frances 134, 307 

Jones, Linda Carol 268 

Jones, Linda Gayle - 307 

Jones, Lois 314 

Jones, Nelda Ann 249 

Jones, .Nina Ellen 134, 284 

Jones, Patricia A 229, 249 

Jones, Wayne Robt — 158, 268 

Jones, Wil'born T. 274 

Joplin, Julie - 268 

Jordan, Barbara 212, 299 

Jordan, Carolyn — - 302, 218 

Jordan, Dorothy 134, 302 

Jordan, Linda L 172, 284 

Jordan, Martha Lynn 72, 249 

Jordan, Robert L. — 278 

Joyner, James F _ _ 289 

Joyner, Tom _ 289 

Joyner, Linda Marie 268 

Joyner, Patricia K 136, 256 

Jue, Danny Louie 249 

Jung, Grace Ann 302, 223 

Jung, Susan Alma 268 

Junkin. Kathy 116 

"K" 

Kaetz, Margaret 307 

Kaiser, Franklin D 74, 160, 284 

Kaltenborn, Alice M 205, 214 

Kanter, June 256 

Kaplan, Jerome M 176, 278 

Kaplan, Judith D .. 146, 268 

Karas, James G 205 

Katz, E. T. _ 268 

Kavanagh, Anne M __ 284 

Keahey, Edwin Wayne 178, 243 

Keathley. Barbara L 256 

Keathley, Sandra A 256 

Kebschull, Joe E 178 

Keck, Linda P. ..._ 302 

Kee, Elvis 128, 268 

Kee, James Hilton 163 

Kee, Stella Fenwick 138, 268 

Keenan, Hugh 160, 210, 281 

Keith, Edwin Ewing 162 

Keller, Wendell Lee 296 

Kelley, Elinor Ann 55, 123, 121, 
119, 188, 195, 213 

Kelley, Kay Elayne . _... Ill 

Kelly, Douglas W 116 

Kelly, Ralph Edward 212, 278 

Kelsall, Richard G _. 243 

Keltner, Catherine 140, 268 

Keltner, Eliz. Mae - 302 

Kemble, Ernest Dell 244 

Kemp, Judith Alan .. 150, 200, 249 

Kemp, Nancy Lee 307 

Kendall, Sandra J 134, 308 

Kennedy, Bobby Gene .... 212, 278 

Kennedy, Guy M 284 

Kennedy, Michael L 210 

Kennedy, Sally 1 299 

Kennedy, Sally, R 207 

Kenner, Joe W. Jr. 154, 176, 278 

Kcnnon, Lela Kay 308 

Kennon, Nancy Kay 144, 268 

Kent, Carole Ann _ 268 

Kent, Gloria Ann 268 

Keough, Harriet Ann 136, 219 

Kessler, Joseph H 256 

Key, Kay Ileen 140, 308 

Key, Linda Joyce 308 

Key, Susannah V. C. 136, 256 

Key, Caniille Vera 190 

Keyes, James D 178, 249, 116 

Killough, Peggy J 138, 268 

Kimberlin, Merridy 136, 188, 61, 

268 

King, Bernard Dee 162 

King, Betty Ann ...... 203, 209, 296 

King, Charles Swan 256, 178 

King, John Kirby 56, 185, 167, 244 
King, Joy Veronica .... 302, 148, 190 

King, Michael P _ 268 

King, Wm. Ernest _ 256 

Kinney, Clarke 203, 241 

Kinney, Edward M. ..._ _ 160 

Kinney, John 289 

Kinney, Richard T 284 

Kinser, Carol Kay .... 134, 182, 308 

Kirk, Geo. Samuel — . 94, 284 

Kirk, Patsy Ann 140, 303 

Kirk, Robert S 284 

Kirkland, John R 162 

Kirkpatrick, Don A 162, 289 

Kirkscy, Chas. Lynn 256 

Kirkscy, Helen M 140, 200, 219 

Kisner, Ruby Sue .... 144, 202, 308 

Kitchens, Howard H 256 

Kleiser, Eugene V. 191, 55 

Kleiser, James A. Jr. 164, 249 

Knight, Charles 106, 107, 249 

Knight, Daniel B. Jr 220 

Knight, Ellis H 244 

Knight, Jo Ann 138, 308 

Knight, Sallye Anne 268 

Knox, John Ramsey 244 



Koch, Susan Louise 256, 148, 190, 

207 

Koehler, William K 296 

Koffman, Milton 312 

Korinke, Walter M 268 

Korndorffer, Cynthia 151, 208, 244 

Kown, Charles Lewis 154, 268 

Krastins, Albert J 160, 210, 268 

Krone, Randy A 289 

Kronschnable, Charlotte C. 296, 116 
Kuvkendall, Ira „ - 256 



Lackey, Billie F 249 

Lackey, Jas. Allen 256 

Lacroix, Richard L. 178, 278 

Ladd, Larry Lee 268, 116 

Lafever, Wanda Lou 197, 244 

Lafitte, Judith E 269 

Laforge, Judith F. 214, 269 

Laman, Craig B 154, 289 

Lamar, Shirley - 284 

Lamar, Thomas F 285 

Lamberson, Cecil J. 164, 176, 278 

Lambert, David 105, 162 

Lambert, Linda Rex - 256 

Lancaster, Jo S _ 136, 269 

Landler, Anton J. _ 164 



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Lane, Larry Wilson 

Lane, William R 

Laney, Bob __ 106, 

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Laney, Vicky D 142, 

Laneir, Linda — 

Lang, Robert George _ 249 

Langdon, Nancy Jean — 303 

Langford, Janet C 207 

Langham, Ann Marie — . 281 

Langston, Courtney _ 136 

Laplant, David K 249 

Larsen, Mary E 269 

Larson, Ellen L _ 144 

Larson, John Mark 256 

Larue, Charles T 158 

Lassiter, Katherine 148, 308 

Lassiter, Larry W. 158, 256 

Latham, Frank 281 

Lawrence, Hurley _ 249 

Lautzenhiser, Glenn 204, 207 

Lawrence, Emily J 244 

Lawrence, Frederick 160 

Lawrence, Lin 278 

Lawrence, Marilyn J 193, 244 

Lawrimore, Rebecca 172, 285, 190 

Lawson, Dorothy L 269 

Lawson, Rachel E 256, 221 

Lax, Forrest Orren 166, 249 

Laycock, Larry 105, 269 

Leake, George C 182, 1$8, 269 

Leake, Linda L. 256 

Lee, Bonnie Sue 269 

Lee, Ernest 289 

Lee, Linda 289 

Lee, Denton 313 

Lee, Pam 136, 289 

Lee, William H i _ 158 

Leech, Michael A 178, 250, 116 

Leffel, Mary Ellen _. 308 

Leflar, Buddy 112 

Leflar, John 176, 281 

Lemser, Jas. Clinton 116 

Leonard, Lora Lea 299 

Leonard, Lynda Kay 142, 285 

Leslie, Merrill A. ...... 72, 142, 269 

Letchworth, John .... 166, 210, 312 

Leverett, James M. 223 



Levy, Nancy Jo 

Lewis, Betty Ann _ 

Lewis, Bobby P. 244, 203, 56, 
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Henry Clay .... 285, 115, 

Kenny ._ ._... 105, 

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Lewis, Sara Jane 244 

Lewis, Ted Plant 256 

Lewis, William R 256, 185, 211 

Lheureaux, Mary J 136, 303 

Liberto, Anna Marie .. 142, 303, 210 

Libondi, Antonia 256 

Lindsey, Barbara 308 

Lindsey, Kenneth 112, 308 

Lindsey, Russell B 162 

Linxwiler, Margaret 256, 218 

Lishman, Robert C 296 

Littlelield, M 269 

Littlcjohn, Carrie 308 

Littlejohn, Gary T 223 

Littleton, Thelma J 269 

Livingston, Martha 134, 269 

Lloyd, Tommy 313 

Lochridge, Jerry 289 

Lochridgc, Sue 299 

Locke, Alan E 266 

Lockhart, Carroll B 269 

Lockhart, Louise E 250 

Lockhart, Vernon B. 281 

Loeffel, Beverly A. .. 143, 183, 244 

Lofton, George D. Jr. 269 

Logan, Dorothy J 303 

Logan, Jack 174, 177, 314 

Lomax, Shirley 256 

Long, Charles J 197 

Long, James M. 160, 250, 125 

Long, Janice Bell 134, 308 

Long, John Leroy 174, 212 

Long, Linda Anita 134, 303 

Long, Michael Leroy 164, 285 

Long, Michael S 154 

Long, Robert 313 

Longmire, Martha E 134, 299 

Loomis, Martha Ann 308 

Looney, Louise R _ 269 

Lott, Joy 75, 109, 134, 299 



Love, Linda 

Love, Marilyn Uane ... 

Lovelace, Susan H 

Lovell, William H 

Lovrien, Evelyn I 

Lowe, Florence H 

Lowe, Macon 106, 

Lowe, Robert L. 

Lowenthal, Kathleen 

Lowery, Floyd Lynn .. 154, 176, 

Lowrance, Rudy F 

Lowrie, Anita L 308, 

Lowry, Thomas Henry 

Lucas, Barbara Ann 140, 

Lucas, James _ 154, 

Lucas, Richard J _ 83, 

Lucas, Robert D. 

Luck, Melinda B 188, 

Luckett, Marvin R. 

Luckey, James H. Jr 

Lunsford, John D. 

Luther, Joycelyn C 

Lynch, James Dennis 158 

Lynch, Patsy _ 

Lytle, Aloma 

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MacDonald, Cathrine 56, 143, 218, 
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Madden, James N. 156 

Maddox, Thomas C. 269 

Madewell, Wallace C 285 

Madison, Nancy 134, 308 

Magee, Jerald W 269 

Maharrey, Evelyn H 303 

Maher, Patrick L. Jr 160, 285 

Mahoney, Freeman G 154, 269 

Mahoney, John C. Ill 285 

Makoysky, Beverly T 146, 269 

Malet, Jacques F :. 205 

Malkin, Leon - 244 

Maloney, Carol Ann 140, 198, 202, 

296 

Mancabelli, Charles 206 

Mandolini, Richard ..._ _ 256 

Maney, Daniel C 278 

Manhein, Robert J. 162 

Mank, Russel W. Jr 160 I 

Manspeaker, Judy _ 281 

Marberry, Patsy L 285 

Marbury, Judy 289 

Markham, Martha H 269 

Marking, Wm. Michael '222 

Marler, Earl Wayne ~ 278 

Marshall, Betty Jeanne .... 134, 290 

Marshall, Carl E _ 269 

Martin, Ashely M 269, 160 

Martin, Benita C 134, 290 

Martin, Billy Ray 162, 250 

Martin, Bob 106, 107, 158, 281 

Martin, Bobby _ 308 

Martin, Charles F 308 

Martin, Jean 308 

Martin, John A 256 

Martin, Lewis 154, 281 

Martin, Martha F 136, 244 

Martin, Robert E. . 154 

Martin, Robt. Joseph 269 

Mashaw, John Mark _ 257 

Mason, James M 220, 269 

Massengill, Hildred 281 

Masserano, Frank C. 178, 191, 244 

Massey, Charles P 269 

Massey, Judith C — - 250 

Massey, Joseph S - 269 

Mather, Wm 290 

Matheson, Eric S. 160, 250 

Mathews, Douglas - 290 

Matlock, Betty Jean 138, 299 

Mattox, Richard A 269 

May, Dillard Thomas - 269 

May, Norma Jean — 269 

May, Tommy Ray 158, 269 

Mays, Carl Wayne 160, 250 

Mays, June 138, 290 

McAdams, Allan 181, 160, 312 

McAdams, Danny - 158, 281 

McAfee, Rose Marie 56, 123, 127, 
139, 195, 127, 244 

Mcamis, Georgia Ann 257, 144 

McBride, Albert- _ 290 

McBride, Larry _ - 285 

McBryde, Betty J 138, 303 

McBryde, Richard Jr 158, 285 

McBryde, Robert 281 

McCall, Mollie K. - 285 

McCalla, Mary J. Fly __ — 296 

McCarver, James T 154, 285 

McClain, Eugene - - 290 

McClanahan, John D. 223, 270 

McClaren, Lynn B 257 

McCloud, Thomas 290 

McCluney, Allen Jr - 308 

McClure, Jimmy L 270 

McCoIIum, Kenneth V. _ 270 

McComas, Linda M. .. 184. 144, 308 

McConnell, Chester 290 

McConnico, Jim 2' 

McCord, Mary Lou 299 

McCormack, Joseph 1 160, 285, 

210 

McCormick, Charles — 160, 290 

McCoy, Betty 210, 308 

McCoy, Eleanor M 209, 296 

McCoy, James Ward 257 

McCracken, Cecil D 257 

McCrary, Wm. H. Jr 

McCrite, Michael D 270 

McCue, Richard 290 

McCulley, Mary F - 257 

McDanicl, Alvin C 308 

McDaniel, Bill 257 

McDaniel, Chas. R 285 

McDaniel, Floyd D - 270 

McDaniel, James 290 



IcDaniel, Joyce A 

IcDaniel, Mary L 148. 

IcDaris, Roberta L. 257, 148, 

lcDonald, Mary L 

IrDonald, Suzanne _ 109, 138, 

IcDougal, Lynda L 

IcDow, Reginald 

IcDow, Robert S 

IcEwen, Buddy . 

IcEwen, Harry S - 

IcEwen, Joe Thomas 257 

IcFarland, Frederck 

IcFarland, Patricia - 

[cFarland, Richard 

IcGarrity, Patrick 

IcGarritv, Tcnnie K 

IcGarrity, Wm. E _ 

IcGee, Jo Varnett 

IcGee, Mabel Dean _ 187, 

IcGec, Maurice C. .. 193, 206, 

IcGinnis, Gary C 

IcGraw, Anne Ward 138, 

[cGregor, Sarah A 144, 

[cGuire, Carolyn J 

Icilvain, Joseph - - 

IcKce, Nancy M. 140, 257, 

[cKinley, James Joe 178, 200, 

[cKinley, Norma D — . 

xKinney, James W . 

[cKinnie, Joy P - — 

[cKnight, Sims 

'cXawhorn, Thomas 

cLcan, Judith A 206, 

■cLean, Margaret B 

[cLean, Merrill D 138, 

xLemore. Charles 

cLeod, James 

[cMahan, Jamie L. Jr 

cMahon, Katherine 129, 149, 

cMahon, Richard W. 57, 181, 

193, 194, 208, 

[cMaster, Dorothv B 

IcMillen, David L. 159. 

IcMinn, Bobby L 75, 

IcNair, Robert W _ 

[cNeil, Carolyn J — 

[cNeill, Mary Anne — 

[cNeill, Mazie _.. 

[cNichola, Eliz. a — 

[cPheeters, Scotty .. 144, 188, 

[cSpadden, Scott 160, 

[eacham, Sharon D 140, 

[eadows, Janis Lee — 

(edford, Dennis W _. 257, 

[edling, William E _ 156, 

leeks, Carolvn - 136, 

leeks, Melody Kay .. 140, 221, 

leeks, Robert Lee 154, 

[eeks, Robert Thos. ... _ 

'ellard, Brenda L _ — 

[elton. Jo Anne — 

leroney, Ron . 

ferryman, Stan Lee 

!essmer, Anna E 

!essmer, Jimmy Ray — 

[etts, Fredda Jean . 

'eter, Gloria 

[eyers, Sally 

dchael, Gil ~ _ — - 

lichael, Howard M 156, 

Michaels, Sherrill .. 

iiddlebrook, Epha D 

iddleton, Fred 

[iddleton. Morris H 

!idyett, Freeman A . . 

dgliara, Lawrence — 

Jller, Ann — - 

■iller, Andrew F 

.iller, Dewayne .- - - 

[iller, Eva May 257, 

filler, Kenneth E — 

[iller, Linda Lee 136, 200, 

filler, Martha Ann — 

[iller, Martha A 

iller, Patrick C - 

[iller, Paul 164, 

[ills, Charlotte L 142, 

'ills, Glynda Jane 

ills, Patricia D 

iills, Wayne 

Jllwood, Linda - ~ 150, 

[ilstead, Jere 

;ims, Martha K 136, 

[inor, Robert E. - 

titchell, Charles R 

[itchell, Helen L 

[itchell, Jerry Edw. 160, 

[itchell, Jimmy A 

[itchell, John A 

[itchell, John J 

[itchell, Lynda Sue — 

[itchell, Liz 129, 112, 

[itchell, Robt. J. ...- 

[itchelll, Spencer G. _ 

[itchell, Thomas 

[itchell, Warren S. 75, 164, 

tixon, Arthur Lee 154. 

[odin, Carol 

[oeller, Elizabeth 



[offatt, James E., Jr. ...... 174, 

[offatt, Jo Ann 136. 

[offatt, John M 

[ohler, Ray _ 

[ohr, George Martin 

[oil, Donald Wm. ... 
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[onje, Thos. Larry 257 

[ontague, Jack P. 



lontague, Joan Faye 244 

[ontague, John G _ — 

[ontgomery, Allice 

lontgomery, Barbara 

[ontgomery, Robert 

lontgomery, Tony J 



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Moody, Douglas Wm 

Moody, John Riley 

Moody, William H. 257, 

Moore, Alexander,. B 257, 

Moore, Bobbie Gail .. 110, 270. 

Moore, Carolyn R. P 

Moore, Dixie Claire 

Moore, Emma Jean 

Moore, Fred Wallace 

Moore, Helen Jean 

Moore, James 166, 

Moore, Janice 118, 

Moore, Juanila 

Moore. Ken .. .. 128, 160, 223, 

Moore, Linda - 

Moore, Loretta J 

Moore, Nancy 

Moore, Patsy Ruth 257, 

Moore, Paul Wayne 

Moore, Ronnie Edw 

Moore, Roy 

Moore, Shirley 

Morgan, James Ray 285, 

Morgan, Janet 

Morris, Betty Jane 

Morris, Cecil Wayne . 



Morris, Donna Lee 



142, 



Morris, Douglas F 154, 

Morris, Frank M 154, 

Morris, Linda F. 129, 146, 181, 
Morris, Jeff .. 164, 212, 

Morrison, Jean 136, 

Morrison, John C 

Morrison, Pat Leigh 290, 57, 

181, 192, 196, 198, 203, 
Morrow, Bobbie L. ... 73, Ml, 

Morrow, Gerald P 296, 

Morrow, James Larry 

Morrow, Sanford H 

Morton, Joseph A 178. 

Morton, Paula C 219, 

Moser, Carolyn — 

Moss, Georgia F 303, 

Mote, Carolyn 

Mothershed, Virginia 134, 303, 

Moultrie, Georgia 143, 

Moxley, Fay Rhodes 

Moyes, Patricia 109, 142, 

Mullikin, Stanley 

Mullins, Russell 

Murphey, John 

Murpliey, Robert 

Murphy, Jimmy Lee 154, 

Murrah, Betty 

Murray, Neece 

Murray, Ruffner. P 

Murray, Wm. Stephen .... 176, 
Musgrave, Mildred R. 142, 303, 

Mussell, Karen Lee 

Mustin, Betty 

Myers, Albert G. Jr 207, 

Myers, Ardie Sue — 

Myers, Lelia Ruth 

Myers, Nancy Anita 

Myracle, Judy Diane 

Myrick, Robert Earl 223, 



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Nash, Frederick II 167 

Nash, Judy C. _ 136 

Nason, Patricia E 303 

Naylor, Ann Eliz 257, 148 

Naylor, Edgar Lewis 257 

Naylor, Robert D 250 

Neal, Robert H 174 

Necaise, Edwin S 299 

Neece, Jackson M. — 164 

Neese, Diane 150, 281 

Neill, Barbara F 257 

Nelson, Beverly Lee 257, 144, 200 

Nelson, Judy Carole 209, 223 

Nelson, Terry 290 

Neumann, Judith Ann 57, 135, 198, 

296 

Neumann, Robert H 257, 92 

Nevels, Charles G 250 

Nevill, Cornelius _... 100, 285 

Neville, Albert G 162 

Newberry, Alyce M 270 

Newell, Patricia L 270 

Newkirk, Sammy L 271 

Newman, Burton C 257, 162 

Newman, Charlene .... 146, 147, 299 

Newman, Donna 142, 290 

Newman, Sandra Jean .... 257, 223 

Newsom, Arthur 290 

Newsom, Joe 164, 290 

Newsome, James W 211 

Nicastro, Patricia — .. 303 

Nichol, James P 154, 250 

Nichols, Donna J 134, 296 

Nichols, Dudley S 271 

Nichols, Joan J 299 

Nichols, Joan J 299 

Nichols, Kathlene P 200, 245 

Nichols, Lea A 144, 188, 271 

Nichols, Marty 297 

Niernsee, Carol 109, 148 

Nixon, Everette G — 271 

Nobles, Harold H 257, 154 

Nobles, Jane 285 

Nobles, Judy _ 150, 285 

Noe, Betty Verlan 165, 250 

Noffell, Sandra L 134, 285 

Nolen, Russell R _ 257 

Noonan, Carol F. ~ 150 

Norbe, Roy Anthony 303 

Norman, Terry 379 

Norment, Beveryl R 223, 250 

Norment, Richard V 285 

Norris, Hubert 281 

Northern, Michael S 160 

Northington, Harry 281 

Norton, John Morgan 164 



Norvillc. Tracy 166, 313 

Nowlin, Charles 160, 207, 210, 290 
Nuckolls, James K .. 270 

Nunnery. Douglas E. 151. 176. 279 

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Oaklcv, Gladvs 110, 250 

OBrien, Martha C 110, 271 

OBryant, Bobby Mack ... ... 250 

ODaniel. Samuel C 257, 154 

Odle, Wilbur P 257 

(Idle, William S. .. .. 303 

ODonnell. Gail ... .. 134, 250 

Oeding, Nancy Jo . .. 197, 250 

Oellerich, Helen J .. 270 

OHaver, George B 257, 208 

Olds, Charles M. .. .. 166 

Oliver, Henry C 156. 271 

Oliver, Patricia G 142 

OMara, David E .. 156 

ONcal. Allan M ... 271 

ONeil, Larrv D. ... ... 285 

ONeill, Una Jane 142, 190, 200, 
210, 257, 299 

Orme, Samuel L 207, 215 

Orr, Patsy Ray .. 357, 1 18 

Orrick, William R. .. .. 299 

Osborn, Audrey Earl 271 

Osborne, Rodney Lee 245 

Orio, Edward B 257, 158 

Oswalt, Frieda G 188, 271 

Oury, Wm. Douglas .. 162, 208, 215 
Outlaw, Benjie T. ... .. 215 

Overton, Rosemary 299 

Owen, Betty Ann M. .. ... 245, 299 

Owen, Jerry H 271 

Owen, Jimmy W 271 

Owens, Betty Sue — 245 

Owens, Bill 290 

Owens, Billy James 176, 281 

Owens, Brenda C. — 303 

Owens, Charles C 81, 281 

Owens, Joseph Ryan 285 

Owings, Martha K 245 

Oxendine, Gail Anne 57, 195, 209, 
245, 125 

Ozier, Barbara Anne 258 

Ozier, Charles C 162, 271 

Ozier, Mac Elder 56, 194, 245 



Pace, Brenda K 

Padgett, Walter 162, 

Padgett, Vicki G 

Pafford, Billy 

Pagan, Mary Ellen ..._ 140, 

Page, Glen Roland 

Page, Larry Gene 

Painter, George T 162. 

Painter, Janet C 142, 

Pampuro, Louis 

Parham, Charles B. .. 178, 245, 
Parker, Dauris Jean 150, 205, 

Parker, David M 

Parker, Michael R 

Parker, Nicky C 

Parker, Norman R 

Parks, Merrill S - 160, 210, 

Parney, Thomas D — 

Parrish, Jerry C 

Parsons, J. B 

Parsons, Ray Martin 

Partridge, William 

Parvin, Khosrow 

Pate, Edith Joyce _ 

Patrick, Billy 106, 107, 

Patterson, Bettye J 

Patterson, Charles 297, 

Patterson, Frank 

Patterson, James L 

Patterson, Jimmy 

Patterson, Joy Eliz 130, 

Patterson, Nicholas 

Patterson, Rebecca 

Patterson, Roy 162, 

Patterson, Valda C .. 

Paxenos, Katherine 128, 

Paylor, Larry E _ 

Payne, A. Doris .Hays 

Payne, Pat K 

Peace, Donna S 138, 

Peace, Jerry D 

Pearce, Harry Thorn 

Pearce, Lynda Leigh 

Pearson, Walter 

Peck, David Conner 154, 

Peddy, Roy Allen ....: 154, 

Peete, Floyd Jr _ 

Pellegrini, Anna M. .. 258, 222, 

Pemberton, Jackie _ 

Pence, Larry 162, 

Penchan, Benjamin 

Pepin, John Joseph .. 154, 285, 

Pera, Douglas A 160, 

Pera, Mary Dianne 136, 

Percer, Chammie H 258, 

Perdue, David .. 160, 212, 215, 

Perkins, Jimmy N _ 

Perkins, Mary Fay 

Perkins, Sidney .f. — 

Perkins, Thorn 

Perry, Carolyn L 

Perry, Hal Avery . 

Perry, Jere Warner 174, 212, 

Perry, Nancy I^ee 142, 

Perry, Thomas v G 158, 

Peterson, Barbara 73, 

Peterson, Eliz. Ann 

Petterson, Doris 

Pettit, Paul N 

Petty, Charles R 

Petty, Joseph L. 

Pew, Lolita D. 



Peyton, Vernitia F. _ 134 



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Pharr, John D 

Phelen, Sarah F. .. 

Phillips, David L 

Phillips, James B 258, 

Phillips, Margaret .. . 138, 

Phillips, Marilyn J .. 148, 

Phillips, Martin D. ... 
Phillips, Richard D. .. 

Phippa, Nancy Ann _ 

Pickett, Donna Faye .. .. 221, 

Pickle, James C 

Pickle, Sandra Kay 

Pickle, Thomas B 

Pickle, William C. .. 

Pierce, Alia Eliz 110, 

Pierce, James J 

Pierce, Joe Ted 221, 

Pierce, Ronald D 

Pierce, Linda Jean 

Pincknev, Pembroke 56, 161, 

191, 
Pinegar, James W. ... 

Pinner, Frank W 

Pipkins, Donald R _ 

Pirtle, Alvin W. Sr 

Pittman, Jack W 

Pittman, Richard ...... 154, 176, 

Pittman, Robert A 

Pittman, Sandra J 

Pitts, Winnie Agnes 

Pleasants, Frank M 

Plunk, Bobby M 

Plunk, Jimmy 

Plunk, Kenneth W 

Poe, Dan Michael 

Pollard, Kathryn 1 112, 

Pollard, Louise E 172, 

Pollard, Patri.ia L 138, 

Pollard, Roynald W. 200, 

Pope, Terry Lynn 

Popper, Felicia Gay 129, 73, 



Porter, Emily Ann 
Porter, Kathryn A. 
Poser, Ruth Ellen 
Poston, Alfred A. 



Pouncey, Lynn M 154, 

Pounds, William S 303 

Powell, Martha Ann 142, 190, 
200. 

Powers, David Earl 

Powers, Penelope E 

Prange, Janna Rose 209, 223, 

Prater, Ralph 

Prather, Beverly J 75, 118. 

Presley, Bobbye E _ 

Pressgrove, Lewis W 164. 

Preston, Alfred L. _ _ 

Price, Charles P _ 

Price, David R 174, 

Price, Paul 258, 

Price, Lyman N _ 258, 

Priddy, Margaret G 303, 

Priester, Jack 

Prince, Delores _ — 

Privett, Patricia J 250, 

Prock, Lajuanna Jo .... 172, 73 

Proctor, Ronald L 

Procter, Ronald 

Pugh, Donna Jean 

Pugh, Bill Ray 178, 250. 

Pulliam, Robbie N 



250 
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Quarles, Robt. H 154, 259 

Qua'st, Richard H 84 



300, 



"R" 

Rafferty, Rosalyn A. 

Ragland, Joe 

Ragland, Bob ._. 

Raiford, John B 

Rainey, Patricia L. — 
Rainey, Ronald Dale ... 

Rainey, Wilber, S. Jr 

Ramey, Enrica _ 

Ramsey, Linn Ellen 

Randle, Augustus 

Randle, Michael E 

Randlett, Rochelle 140, 

Randolph, Donald T 

Randolph, John R 

Rasbach, Theodore 

Rast, Patricia E 74, 

Rathoim, Lawrence 176, 

Rauchlc, Bobby C. 56, 130, 
195, 196, 208, 245. 

Rauls, David _ 

Rauscher, Ann 136, 

Ray, Jimmie Ann 56, 187, 194, 
207, 218, 223, 

Ray, Joyce D. Smith _ 

Ray, Mary Dianne 

Ray, Marvin Eugene 258, 

Ray, Patricia E. ..._ 148, 

Rea, Emmy Louise _ 

Read, Charlotte H 223, 

Reavis, David Lynn .. 222, 

Reber, Patricia C 

Redmond, Susan Ann 140, 

Reece, Gloria Ann 72, 209, 

Reeds, Billy Wayne 57, 196, 

Reese, Jerry David 84, 106, 

Reid, Frank Eugene 161, 

Remore, Claude L 

Renard, Henry F. 

Renegar, Carol Ann 138, 

Renfrow, Billy T 

Renfrow, Jerry R 160, 

Rennick, Thomas W 

Resnick, Herbert A 

Reynolds, James Lee 164, 

Reynolds, Raymond L 



272 
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Rhea, Jaru.s ... 313 

Rhodes, Ernesl F. .. 272 

Rhodes, \ irginia I.. 291 

Rice, Edward 282 

Richards, Earnest 201 

Richards, Jcrrc 291 

Richardson, Betty J. 139, 270 

Richardson, Taylor . 162, 215 

Richardson, Gerald . 116 

Richerson, Shirley .. 150, 282 

Richcy, I. in. la Helen .. 303 

Richison, Kathryn 250 

Richmond, Ann A. 207 

Richmond, Linda J. .. 297 

Richmond, Cr.idiah .. 250 

Riddick, Max F. 193, 223, 250 

Ridgwav, Betty J. I.. 2 15 

Ridlehubcr, Jane M. . .. 320 

Ridlchuber, Joan ... .. 134, 282 

Rieke, David L. .. .. 154 

Riggins, George E. _ 291 

Riggs, James Claire 297 

Riley, Frederick F. .. .. 245 

Riley, Nancy .. 291 

Rissr, Donald .. .. 313 

Roark, Donald Wayne 215 

Ro Id. ins, Adelaide L. ... ... 250 

Robbins, Betty .. ... 291 

Robbins, David Lee ... ... 272 

Robbins, James F. .. .. 154 

Robbins, Jerry 282 

Robbins, Kittye D. 129, 200, 207, 

211, 272 

Robbins, Bob .. .. 291 

Robbins, Sherry D. ... .. 140, 258 

Roberts, Douglas G. ... ... 258 

Roberts, Mary M. .. 150 

Roberts, Maurice .. 250 

Roberts, Thos. L. ... ... 215 

Robertson, Fredrcka 136, 272 

Robertson, Gayle J 131, 303 

Robertson, John Jr. .. .. 197 

Robilio, John F. .. ... 85, 215 

Robilio, Victor L 129, 177, 279 

Robinson, Joel E. .. .. 223 

Robinson, Mike .. .. 166, 291 

Robinson, Marion J 272 

Robinson, Patricia _ 144 

Robinson, Wm. Tate 191, 312 

Robison, Betty 291 

Robison, Elizabeth 297 

Rochelle, Jack P 162 

Rogers, Bertha _ 251 

Rogers, Barry .. .. 160, 210, 291 

Rogers, James M 272 

Rogers, Larry P 129, 258 

Rogers, Margaret A 142, 258 

Romines, Alice S 303 

Roof, Marta Jan 190 

Rook, Margarete I _ 258 

Rooks, Edward _ _ 291 

Roper, Larry Allen 258 

Rosengarten, Lee A 251 

Ross, Betty Lou 134, 251 

Ross, Charles T 258 

Ross, Linda D. 72, 258, 200 

Ross, Tresa Carlene 138, 272 

Ross, William T. Ill 258, 207 

Rothrock, Suzanne _... 151, 282 

Rottgering, Richard 112, 258 

Rountree, Dolores A 272 

Roushall, Dora K, 300 

Roushall, William 158, 291 

Rouss, Phillip 291 

Routon, Joseph Jr. ..._ 272 

Rowan, Laura Lee 272 

Rowe, Terry 164, 291 

Rowland, Geraldine 300 

Rowdand, Jimmy A 245 

Roy, Carol Ann 303 

Roy, Charlotte H. 297 

Rubenstein, Albert 272 

Ruff, Paulette Mims 291 

Ruffin, Ethel L _ 304 

Rummage, Linda Jean _ 134 

Ruppecht, Janice 272 

Russell, Betty M 304 

Russell, Glynn Lee 85, 245 

Rutherford, Gary M. 155, 177, 279 

Rutschman, Judith C 134, 258 

Ruyl, James P. 251 

Ryan, Robert _ 291 

Ryland, Jim 160, 291 

Ryland, Nancy A. 134, 184, 57, 245 

"S" 

Saccoccia, Richard 85 

Sadler, Carol Ann 136, 272 

Safley, Nancy W 136 

Salky, Irvin Martin 203, 207 

Sallee, Myrl Davis 162 

Salmon, Arthur D 131, 246 

Salmon, Richard A 272 

Salter, David Larry ..._ 285 

Sammons, Ann Marie 128, 136, 211, 

246 

Sanderford, James L 258 

Sanders, Bette T 142, 258 

Sanders, Jeanette 272 

Sanders, Hiram F. — 313 

Sanders, Lynn _ 221, 282 

Sanders, Robert Lee 162, 272 

Sanders, Zemuly R 251 

Sandidge, Ernie L. 251 

Sandridge, Sandra D 304 

Sanford, Robert 162, 279 

Sano, Kenneth T 218 

Santi, Albert -.. 291 

Sargent, Kay 188, 214, 291 

Sartain, George P 279 

Saunders, Dale R. ...,...-_... 258, 158 

Saunders, Lanny H 1 285 

Sawyer, Thomas F 174, 279 

Scallions, Jackie D 272 

Scanland, Bobby 156, 112 

Scanlon, Gene 157, 251 

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282 


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Sigel, Mariam Ann .. 






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Sigman, William F. 




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lair, Judy Ann . 






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Siniard, Arnold 






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162, 


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Sippel, Thomas B. .. 






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Skaan-r, David A. 






286 


Skaan r, Timothy L. 






160 


Skinner, Donna K. 






300 


Slack, John 




166, 


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Slatf-n. Robert Eugene 


291 


Slaughter, Joy C. 




259, 

220, 


190 


Slayton, Mariam 129, 


150, 


310 


Slavton, Donna 






259 


Sleeker, Sandra B. 




286 






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Slover, Marv Ann 






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215. 


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Small, Onnic 171, 


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Smith, Alice W. 


131, 


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187 


Smith, Barbara ('. 


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Smith, Bobby 1 i 






91 


Smith, Bobby Joe 
Smith, Came) Reid 






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Smith , George V . 






211, 


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273 


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239 


Smith, Fudj Ann 


207 


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Smitl , Milton Dale 






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Smith, Penelope E 






301 


Smith, Phillip 






313 


Smith, Hi- hard C 






156 


Smith, Rita Kaj 


118 


297 


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102 


Smith, Ronald I. 






291 


Smith. Shirli . C. 


207 


223, 


297 


Smith, Stanley B. 






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Smith. Stephen Weal 






?91 


Smith, Sue E. 




221, 


27. 1 


Smith, Susan 57, 72, 


71, 


150, 


208. 
291 



320 



Smith. Susanne L. 192. 2"7 

Smith, Syble K 27.'. 

Smith, Thomas F. 304 

Smith, Thomas Lee 27.: 

Smith, Thomas Lee 273 

Smith. Thomas R. __ 101, 2')1 

Smith, V'enita 134, 188. 310 

Smith, Walter L 223 

Smith, William - _ 2 li. 

Smith, W. Dean _. .- 311 

Smith. Wise .-._. 291 

Smoot, Alex L. ._- 259 

Snecd, Sharon Ruth 259 

Smll. Dennis Dew - - 207 

Snider, Ray 0. ._ 310 

Sn,,u. Jan 1 250. 116 

Snyder, Charles F. - 9, 

Snyder. Donna Ann — ... 221 

Sol, ,mit„, Sharon E 259, 150 

Solomon, Thomas Jr 160. 251 

Solomons, Nancy L 273 

Solon. Winifred Ann 218, 273 

Sorcc, Felicia L __ 304. 202 

Southerland, John R 286 

Spalding, Dollie D 150, 297 

Spalding, Harriet K 150 

Spalding, Ruth E 150, 279 

Spark-. Mar„ Jo 141, 297 

Speck, Nancy Jane 293 

Speidel, Harold K 259 

Speight, Bonnie N. — 259, 221 

Speight, Cnnic E 221. 273 

Spencer, James F. 2,3 

Spencer, Martha J 138, 286 

Spielberger, Ronald 251 

Spigener, James H 160, 273 

Spinosa, Anita 291 

Spinosa, Bobby 291 

Spraggins, Thom 282 

Sprav, Robert 251 

Springfield, Jeddie .. 259, 178, 116 

Sprouse, Richard W 286 

Stafford. Wayne E 259 

Stafill, Linda ..... 259 

Stalcup, Ivan F 162 

Stallings, Martha L _. 273 

Stalls, Kenneth P 158 

Stanfill, Linda J 131 

Stanfill, Phyllis S 134 

Stanfill, Wm. W 251 

Stanley, Roy 158, 310 

Stansbury, Claudine 273 

Stanton, Barbara _ 291 

Stark, Olivia Ann 259 

Starr, Linda _ 148, 291 

Stearns, Fred 292 

Stegall. Wm. David 286 

Steinkireh. Louis _ 312 

Stephens, Larry J 205, 251 

Stephens, Ronald C 273 

Stepltenson, Diane — 188, 251 

Stephenson, Guy G 297 

Stephenson, Thomas 160, 310 

Stevens, Marjorie 310 

Stewart, Aliee C 304, 144 

Stewart. James M 286 

Stewart, Joel Ivy _ 251 

Stewart. James L 205 

Stewart, Marshall 273 

Stewart, Michael W 273 

Stewart, Pat 310 

Stidham, Betty Lou 314 

Stiles, Brenda R _. 150, 286 

Stiles, Shelley III ___ 273 

Stimbert, Vaughn 311 

Stockdale, Rebecca 259 

Stone, Charles 154, 282 

Stone, Robert Lee .. .. 286 

Stone, Steve 292 

Strange, Pain 292 

Stratmann, June C Ill 

Stratmann, Suzanna Ill 

Strauss, Russell H 196, 220, 246 

Strawn, Thomas H. Jr. .... 162, 273 

Strcbel, Barbara A. 304 

Strempack, Theodore - 27.3 

Strickland, Laura 150, 310 

Stringer, Sandra F 301 

Stringer, Sue 229, 300 

Stubblefield, Jere ... 155, 251 

Stubbleifeld, Wm. L 154, 297 

Stubbs, Carol Ann .... Ill, 273 

Sin,k, v, Troj T. Jr. 171, 212, 215, 

279 

Sturm. John Erie .. 292 

Sugg, Wermund 18.3, 282 

Sullivan. Erby ... 292 

Sullivan, Patricia 140, 27.3 

Sin ars, Tommy W 259 

Summers, Judith II 297 

Susskind, Mildred B i 259 

Sutherland, George 259 

Si!/,,r,-. Ronald 292 

Swatm, Portia Anne 167 

Swain. Kay 310 

Swearing, -n. John N. ... 251 

Swims, Dewey Nelson ... 304 

Swords, Robert Lee 162 

I a, k, r, Herman Lee . 273 

Talbert, Kenneth 171, 219, 282 

Talbott, Harry L. Jr. .. 176, 279 
Tall,), Robt. Jack ...156, 191, 58. 

312 
I ann, r, Sharon \. 138, 259, 300 

I .M-,i, James N 171 

Taras, Costa Bill 160, 210, 279 

larv.r, Frank C. _ 259 

Tarver, Sharon \ 190, 223 

I. H, . Daniel J. .. 273 

1,1, . Ronald Paul ... 246 

Tatum, Andrew K. Jr. 162, 58 

Tatum, Sandra Kay 188, 310 

Tatum, William C 162 

Tayloe, Zane ].jl, 282 



Taylor, Ann Marie 112, 259 

Taylor, Edw in E .- 207 

Taylor, Joan 142, 259 

Taylor. Jud) - - 292 

Taylor, Karen C 273 

Taylor, Nancy Carol 181, 181. 148 

Taylor, Peggy J _. 300 

Taylor, Phillip E - 191 

Taylor, Reede 156, 282 

Taylor, Steve P. .. ... 259 

Taylor, Troy .- 292 

Teague, Jerry Thos 259 

Teague, Raymond F. 273 

Telfair, Lauri A _ 126 

Temple, Anita L 172, 286 

rhayer, Sylvia I - 144, 273 

Thesmar, William H 219, 246 

Theurer, Brenda Lee 136, 183, 161, 

59, 297 

Thillen, Marie C _ 273 

Thomas, Charlotte J 273 

Thomas, Raymond Jr 286 

Thomas, ,n. Sandra E 304 

Thompson, Anne 138, 200, 310 

Thompson, Charles S 273 

Thompson, George F 273 

Thompson, Gordon L 162 

Thompson, James H - 279 

Thompson, James E 162, 204 

Thompson, James W 174, 279 

Thompson, James W 166, 273 

Thompson, Jean Y 304 

Thompson, Jo Lynn 310 

Thompson, John 292 

Thompson, Louis T 286 

Thompson, Thomas J 273 

Thomson, Nancy 60, 66, 67, 68, 

71, 310 
310 

Th,,rn, Sally M 259 

Thorne, Carolyn 144, 292 

Thornton, Rosalee .... 144, 188, 310 

Thornton, William T 162 

Thurmond, Lila Eliz 259 

Tidwell, George M 116 

Tidwell, Joyce D 304, 220 

Tiebout, Patricia 292 

Tiller. Sandra Lee 304, 220 

Tillman, Walter Polk 178, 282, 116 

Tilson, Sara M. H 246 

Tilton, Ileda C 138, 219, 251 

TimbS"; Judith N 138, 219, 273 

Tipton, Ralph E 163 

Tobias, John W 162 

Tobias, Lois Janet .. 138, 304, 210 

Tochen, Barbara C 259 

Todd, David A 156, 286 

Tomlin, Rebel A 310 

Tooke, James Clark 154, 286 

Touliao, Spero J 259 

Towery, Eliz. Ann 73, 259 

Townsend, Barbara A. 173, 212, 

215, 279 

Townsend, Jimmy 203, 246 

Trabish, Marilyn R 259 

Trammel, James W 160, 221 

Trammell, Eliz 207 

Travis, Clifton H 162 

Travis, Jean 134, 310 

Travis, Kennith B. 273 

Trelawney, Frank R 251 

Tremmell, Elizabeth 246 

Trenter, Jerry A 259 

Trevor, John _ 310 

Tribble, Alford P 259 

Tribble, Jayne 150, 292 

Tripp, Alfred D. Jr 259 

Trotter, Lewis Earl 160, 195, 200, 

127, 251 

Trout, Cecelia Mae 221, 251 

Trussell, Reuben L 259, 218 

Trusty, Wm. J 286 

Tubb, Kathie J 310 

Tubb, William L 301 

Tucker, Betty Zee .... 138, 200, 273 

Tucker, Cornelia 273 

Tucker, Karen 140, 181, 251 

Tucker, Sylvia 282 

Turner, Alice C. .. ... 259, 1 18 

Turner, Charles M. .. ... 273 

Turner, Dawsie C 206 

Turner, Henry E 167, 246 

Turner, Louise 286 

Turner, Stanley C 286 

Tutor, Sue 310 

Tutor, Larry D 273 

Tutt, Betty Lee 310 

Tyler, Jeffrey L 286 

Tyson, William T 162, 27.3 

Tyus, Kay 128, 141, 200, 220, 246 

"U" 

Underbill, James L. 167, 211, 300 

Underwood, James Wm 286 

Underwood, Martha S 304 

Underwood, William _ 116 

Unger, Sherry E 134, 211 

Upchurch, Alice 128, 273 

"V" 

Valvik, Kay 135, 251 

Vance, Peggy A 172 

Vandell, Harvey G. .. 166, 207, 273 

Valid, -rburg, Howard 312 

Van Eaton, Paula A 221, 300 

Van Eaton, Ronald B 273 

Vim Eaton, Vera Sue 134, 300 

Vanhoozer, Larry M 161, 207 

Van Zandt, Diannc L 304 

Vaughan, Larry R 259 

Vaughn, Carolyn B. 273 

Vaughn, John 162, 203, 292 

Vaughn, Lanny Steve 159, 286 

Vaughn, Richard 282 

Vaughn, Robert Lee 174, 279 



Vawter, Noell 162, 286 

Veazey, Walter K 273 

Verhage, Jan 282 

Verhine, Judy 310 

Vernon, Vieki 142, 292 

Vescovo, Wm. Albert 154, 176, 286 

Via, Hunter 292 

Vincent, John T _ 222 

Vincent, Leah Rae 304 

Vincent, Patricia 259 

Vines, James C 286 

Vinson, Daryle W 274 

Vogt, Thomas C _ 274 

Vollmer, Russ .... 86, 106, 107, 286 

Vopel, William H _ 313 

Voss, Margaret Ann 73, 182, 148, 
211, 221, 274 

Vosse, John Morris 212, 279 

Vowels, Jacqueline 310 

"W" 



Wack, Patricia L 304, 

Waddey, Larry Lee 

Waddell, Jim 166, 

Wadsworth, Martha R 

Wadsworth, Vivian _ 

Wage, William 

Wagerman, Max 164, 176, 

Wagley, Jerry 151, 

Wagster, Nicki Ann _._ 304, 

Wagster, Samuel L 

Waldon, Brenda K 173, 

Waldon, Martha 134, 

Waldron, James E 304, 

Waldrup, James E 

Walk, Jo Ann 

Walker, Frances L 

Walker, Jean Fran 141, 

Walker, Judy E 

Walker, Peggy J 138, 

Walker, Warren 

Walker, William 

Wallace, David 124, 195, 

Wallace, Lucy G 

Wallace, Raymond G 

Wallace, Robert F 

Wallace, Vclma J 

Wallen, Betty 138, 

Waller, Jim _... 166, 

Wallis, Sandra 

Walters, Bryon Lee 

Walters, Margaret E 136, 

Walton, Johnson 158, 

Wamser, Lolann 140, 

Ward, Ben 106, 

Ward, Fred 

Wardlaw, Betty f. 

Warren, James F 

Warren, James H 

Warren, Robert L 158, 

Warrington, Sarah J. 198, 200, 

Washington, John 154, 

Watson, Benjamin P 

Watts, Kay 140, 

Watts, James Earl 

Watts, Kathy 134, 

Watts, Nancy .,.. 140, 187, 

Watts, Theodore 

Weatherall, John B. _._... 

Weaver, Barbara J 286, 

Weaver,' Ray L 

Weaver, Winston T 

Webb, Bcnjiman D. 

Webb, Carolyn F 138, 

Webb, Linda Kay 134, 73, 

Webb, Carolyn _ 

Wedluga, Louise E„ .. 136, 200, 
Weeks, Benjamin O. .. 159, 208, 

Weeks, Rita 148, 203, 208, 

Weiner, Charles 

Wciner, Sharon 

Weir, Carole L 69, 260, 

Wcisberger, Irving 

Welch, Jackie 

Weldon, Edgar Jr 

Wells, Lavonne 138, 

Wener, Patricia F 146, 

Wcnzler, Delores E. 129, 142, 

Wenzler, Joy 142, 

Werne, Robert _ 

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