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MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY • MURFREESBORO, TENN. 

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Memories oi a college career are captured and made concrete through the efforts 
of the yearbook staff. Capturing memories, the playthings of the heart, is an alf but 
impossible task, but in "Accents of '68" an attempt has been made. Fickle hearts and 
active minds dash about during a college lifetime, but maybe the feeling sparked by 
a knowing glance, a private joke, a special smile, a kindred mind will be rekindled by 
the accents in this year's MiDLANDER. We recall emotions ranging jfeom the panic- 




stricken feeling of the first week to the bitter-sweetness of the last hour. The pangs of 
first love, excitement of the sports scene, comfort of religious mainstays, challenge of 
academics, and the warmth of long friendships — these are a few of the accents of 
student life and a sprinkling of 'Hm^-memories in campus hearts. Look closely and 
remember; the years will melt away and the heart of these college years will beat once 
more through the "Accents of '68." 





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LEADERSHIP 42 

BEAUTY 80 

ACTIVITIES 94 

GREEKS 126 

ATHLETICS 156 

ORGANIZATIONS 196 

ACADEMICS 236 

ADVERTISEMENTS 322 












An age old tradition is carried over into a new real 



Freshman Orientation- 
First Steps in a Four Year Trek 





WEEK filled with fun, frolic, and folly— 
thousands of new faces, hundreds of bulging 
suitcases, bunches of unfamiliar places — unpacking 
and packing — rushing to, running from — the tangled 
mass of lines, numbers, cards, classes, and more lines 
known colloquially as registration — T-caps — ^Derby 
Day — cafeterias — a first special date — jetting for 
the weekend — memories for a lifetime — with the 
accent on confusion, it's Frosh Week! 



Segments of a weekend exodus 



The race is on at Freshman Derby Day! 




MTSU Becomes a Fall Fun Festival 




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Blue Raider fans turn out for the big game. 



The Raider rides again! 





As Ihe leaves die and fait to the ground, something else comes alive. 



"Sticlty" fun at the marshmallow roast. 




Band beauty boosts the Blue. 

Holiday feasts highlight cafeteria menu. 




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ALL, and the accent is on activity! Football 
an experience in itself: pre-game "warm-ups" to 
melt the frost in the air; the funnel of expectancy 
and excitement leading to that spectacular catch, 
the game-saving block; after-the-game "gabfests," 
about the game, or about anything, at a party or 
alone — ^with her. Classes, and the fresh enthusiasm 
for that first 4.0. Nights, and those long, long 
walks around campus, Elam's Mill gatherings, 
beautiful harvest moons, warming more than the 
air, friendships formed, lifetime loves. The 
campus in the fall is a world of its own, waiting only 
for someone to bring it to life, to take what it 
has to offer. Remember? 




High-flying hopes for the Raiders. Anxiety forgotten and a dream realized — Queen Tricia! 




Bluemen strive for Homecoming paydirt. 



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HEN leaves turn, skies glisten, and the air 
crackles, it's THAT time again! No matter how 
damp the weather, spirits soar, never faltering. 
All of the anxious moments, hours of pressure, and 
days of toil culminate in the one day of 
glorification for our Alma Mater. The broken 
fingernails, bruised thumbs, and stuffed out 
"napkin stuffers" are all forgotten. All that remains 
is the beauty of the queen and court, excitement 
of the parade, magnificence of the forty-foot 
bonfire, electricity of the game, wonder of the 
dance— IT'S HOMECOMING! 




A "napkin-stuWer's" view of Homecoming. 




"Timely" themes spark Homecoming. 



Featuring Football Floats, and Fanfare 



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or the thrill of a timely wii 



or the eihilaratlon of a sunny day 



Everyday Life Has Its Scattered Bright Spots 




or a quief conversation 



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or ^ frisky frolic In the snow 





VERY cloud has its silver lining, and every day has its bright 
spots. A friendly greeting can make somebody's day sparkle, or 
maybe a special date will be the margin of difference 
in a good or bad week. A letter, a shared soda, a wave, 
or even a particularly good class can add the zip 
to the day that had been missing. A rainy day and a cheery 
umbrella go hand in hand — there's a little bad and a little good 
everywhere, but the accent is on the bright spots 
that make everything so much better. 



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. . . or the warmth of the yuletlde season — each is a bright spot 
in our lives. 



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Study and Application Lead to Achievement 



/^ COLLEGE career presents itself as an unworked 
lump of clay. To each student who passes through 
the encompassing gates of Middle Tennessee belongs 
the task of molding the clay. A profession is 
chosen and four long years of preparations are begun. 
The successful career is molded by hard-working 
hands and is based on many long hours of study and 
application. Ever looking toward the future, the 
accent in academics is on study. 




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Married student) enjoy each other's company 




each other's interests 



I HE realm of academics is further complicated 
for some students by the additional responsibilities 
of married life or part-time work. The married 
student must keep up his academic standing while 
maintaining a happy home life. Lessons are 
completed between a variety of other 
tasks such as preparing meals, doing small 
mending jobs around the house, and caring for 
children. The working student has to find 
time between classes and study to man a part-time 
job in order to help finance his education. 
These students who have the accent on 
perseverance are to be commended. 



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"arried and Working Students 

Assume Additional Responsibilities 





and each other's fun. 



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and operating a switchboard are two means of financing an education 




Dorms Offer Communal Living At Its Peak 



a comfy lounge 



A dorm room is — a study hall 





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ROM the basement of Schardt and the depths 
of Smith to the sun deck of High Rise and 
the luxury of University Park, dorm life is the 
same wonderful, nebulous ball of joy and 
confusion. Midnight hours in the lobbies and 
study rooms, "bull" sessions of twenty boys in 
the middle of finals, arranging schedules around 
favorite "soap operas" and "Roadrunner", frosting 
hair, dance lessons, all-night poker parties, 
looking for matches, signing in at 12:59:59, having 
"den" sessions, helping everybody get ready 
for wonderful functions, borrowing a roommate's 
pants when you've just split yours on the way 
to a dance, phones in the "John", finding old book 
reports, never getting a line out on an 
extension, being afraid the elevator doors won't 
open this time, all this is a part of dorm life. 
Someone always there to cry to, or scream with, 
Monday night scouring sessions, a beer-can 
Christmas tree, no place to park, "Girls, please 
quiet down — especially third floor!" Serenades, 
snowball fights, empty candy machines, and 
correct change only — a few more meaningful and 
memorable phrases. A wonderland of joy, 
sorrow, excitement, tension, and mass hysteria — 
horrible and fabulous, boring and fascinating, 
but, above all, an experience worth knowing. 



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An overworked teacher spares a few minutes for counseling. 




Casual chats strengthen student-teacher relationships. 



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Student teaching is more than explaining — it's understanding. 



Education Exists Outside The Classroom Too 



/ \ COLLISION of two societies occurs forming an 

atmosphere of learning in which we begin to know ourselves, 

to formulate our ideas, and to find purpose to our lives. 

The worlds of student and teacher meet on the campus of 

MTSU in an aura outside that of the classroom. 

The weary and discouraged student is often uplifted 

by a casual talk, an informal conference over a cup 

of coffee, a few minutes before or after class — 

the extra time and efforts of an already overworked, 

underpaid, and underrated teacher. These casual 

hours will be remembered long after the hurry 

and scurry of other times are forgotten and will be 

appreciated always. 



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Cramped but cherished, fhe TRoom succumbs to expansion. A final mail check In the old post office. 



Tradition Gives Way To Progress 



OiNCE 1951, the Student Union Building has 

served the students of Middle Tennessee in a 

multitude of capacities. Now, however, the SUB 

is relinquishing its position to a newer and 

larger accommodation. No matter what capacity 

it serves, the sight of the SUB will always bring 

to mind heartwarming memories. Those long hours 

spent in the T-Room "socializin' ", those thousands of 

treks to the post office to check the mail one 

more time, those nights spent meeting in its various 



rooms, the meals eaten in its cafeteria, the 
afternoons frittered away on its steps watching 
the girls go by, the games lost at its pool tables, the 
cards played in its lounge, the long voting 
lines in its basement with the candidates milling 
around in at least a five-yard radius, the dates made, 
the hearts broken, and the loves won in the 
SUB — this is the Student Union Building to its 
students: a concrete symbol of college life. 



The passage of thousands of students has worn tradition into these memorable steps. 




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EMEMBER ... a special feeling in the T-Room 
when everyone clustered around gabbing about a million 
different things . . . the freshness of that springtime 
day, when a walk across campus seemed more than just a 
walk across campus . . . Remember . . . the explosion 
of emotions felt after winning — together ... Or how 
about the times when disagreeing was agreeable, when 
group "gabfests" were unbeatable, when the smile of a 
child set the whole world aglow . . . when you were 
warm no matter how cold the weather . . . Remember? 





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Having Emotions is Being Able to Feel . 



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I VERY day at Middle Tennessee has some mennories 
for everyone, and each memory is an individual one 
because each person feels different emotions on 
various occasions. This ability to feel and express emotions 
is the essence of a student and the key to 
his memories. A sudden thrill of exhilaration, a hot 
flash of anger, a tender rush of love, and infrequent periods 
of despondency are all different expression 
of emotions. Bewilderment, confusion, unbelief, pride, 
knowledge — all of these emotions spread across a 
thousand different faces on a million different 
days accenting the feelings of the youth of our nation 
in all matters. Remember what was felt, 
oh, those many years ago? 



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exasperated . 




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From the office of the A.S.B. 



"fun-nites" 



children's Christmas party 




ASB Strives to Provide Entertainment 



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I N M.T.S.U.'s Associated Student Body, the accent 

is on the Student. From an office laden with contracts, people, 

and complaints come the efforts that add life to the 

Middle Tennessee campus. Starting things off with a bang, 

the A.S.B. sponsored a Derby Day for the freshmen. 

A day filled with fun, games, and food encouraged mingling 

and promoted new acquaintances. Josh White, Jr. 

made his appearance next giving the campus a glance at 

"talent-plus." Ail is not done for the student, however, 

as opportunity is given for them to help others. The annual 

Christmas Party held for the children at Murfreesboro's 

Good Shepherd's Home gives ample opportunity for helping 

others while reaping the most golden reward in the world 

from a happy child's eyes. Each week students enjoy 

the great "fun-nites" which have been made even better — and 

longer — this year. Other treats from the desic of the 

A.S.B. range from such talented performers as the 

Serendipity Singers to the rockin' group of Little Anthony 

and the Imperials. The final round of applause 

for a group is signal enough to the A.S.B. to keep 

the entertainment ball rolling! 



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A casual campus conference. 



A stolen moment of solitude. 



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ETWEEN bells, between homes, between thoughts; 
it's the hustle and bustle ot the busy campus life. 
Running to, coming from, putting down, pickin-" up, 
too early, too late, another minute — I can't wait! 
In the midst of all this, there are those golden moments — 
few maybe, and far between, but there nonetheless, 
and the more precious for their scarcity. A quiet hour 
in the dorm, a stolen moment at a game, a lingering 
cup of coffee, a long, languishing talk, these too 
are part of campus life. A many-faceted sphere of 
organized confusion with a few precious sprinklings of 
times when the accent is on relaxation — 
Blue Raider Country! 



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Rapid Campus Pace is Interspersed With Relaxing Moments 




Relaxing in Raider counfry. 



A peaceful hour In the dornrt. 




Midlander Pageant Accents Campus Beauty 



Bright smiles mask mixed emotions. 



Pageant coordinators lend a helping hand to anxious contestants. 



■■Hello, Hello . . 





I wonder iF It's too late to back 



Last practice as Miss Midlander for JeVena. 



#\ CASCADE of thrills comes tumbling down into one 
night of glamor and glitter. The beauty of the spectacle 
belies the hours of strenuous practice and the anxious 
moments felt by each of the contestants before the opening 
night. A realm of nerves, lights, applause and sound reveals 
itself to each potential "Miss Midlander" In her journey 
toward the crown. Blessed by nature, taught by experience, 
and fortified with courage, the beauties give to the pageant 
as much as they receive from it. Whatever the decision of 
the judges, the girls have had a unique experience. Memories 
will stream forever from that faraway corner of the mind in 
which the accent was on excitement. 




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Student Talent Colors Campus Activity 



/\CCENT is on activity in artistry. Take up the brush of 
encouragement and color the campus talented. Begin with the snow- 
white canvas of Middle Tennessee and the "paints" of various talents. 
First, draw the bold strokes of undeveloped natural talent, then, the 
broad tones of knowledge, the overtones of hours of hard work and 
practice, and the firm lines of belief to paint the portrait of the 
"campus talented." 




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Students view artistic efforts in a fall display. 



Contemplation, evaluation — stepping stones to perfection 



Intense concentration minimizes time and erases tedium. 





Talent: essence of the nnusician. 



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I ROFESSORS are bored, students are daydreaming, 
the outdoors is beckoning — it's spring! Walter Hill parties 
soon deck the afternoons, conscientious coeds put in many 
long, hot sun-deck hours, spring sports lure many shirt- 
sieeved students away from their studies with calls such as 
"Throw the bum out!", romance-laden nights fill the 
spring air with love, and while many have just finished their 
first year, for others graduation looms as an almost-realized 
dream. Spring accents the fun in the year as it brings 
it to a close. 




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Outdoor Activity Resumes in The Spring 



waiting 



loafing 



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Campus Panorama Reveals Ever Present Beauty 




The hallowed and the acclaimed. 



Symbols of a university, a state, and a nation. 





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1 IDDLE Tennessee is the scene of much 
change. The attitude of the University is changing, 
and its physical aspects are changing along with it. 
A University steeped in tradition, there exists 
at MTSU that unreal reality of a coexistence of 
both old and new. From the age-old women's 
residence hall — Rutledge — to the ever present 
construction right across the way — the new English 
building, MTSU offers both the past and the future. 
Building on the foundation of the past and working 
toward the goals of the future. Middle Tennessee 
exists as a world between two worlds always ready 
to embrace the new and cherish the old. 



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JAMES PAUL WOMACK 

President 



ASB: Backbone of Changing Campus 



LINDA C. WHITE 
Vice-President 



MEL BLACK 
Vice-President 





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Seafed: Sandy Lsppin, Secretary of International and Transfer Student 
Committee: Patricia Duncan, Secretary of Social Affairs; Janet Brown. 
Inter-Sorority Council President: Martha Jewell, Speaker of the House 
Pro Tempore; Arlene Fitzpatrick. Secretary of Communications. Stand- 
ing: Van Martin. George Jackson, Treasurer; Mel Black, Speaker of 




the House: Larry Hayes. Paul Womack, President; Larry Barker, Chief 
Justice of Supreme Court; Pat O'Neal, Election Commissioner; Ben 
McFarlin. Secretary of Student Affairs; Stan Hardlson, Secretary of 
Freshman Affairs. 



The ASB has put Its accent on the road to excellence." 
This has been a year of planning and preparation for the 
coming years of a growing university. 

Student government has presented many new aspects to 
the campus. The statement of academic freedom; working 
on a new and more flexible exam schedule; researching the 
possibilities of a student activity fee — these have all been 
a part of the activities which have been the center of much 
attention. 

As the campus has grown so has student government. 
The need for new facilities has been met by the addition of 
an entire suite of ASB offices In the new University Center. 

The road to excellence has been a hard and long one for 
ASB, but the goal has never been lost by those who work 
for it. There is always someone who can get tickets printed 
for big name entertainment, run to the printers, or stuff mail 
boxes. These people never get recognition nor do they ever 
have their names In print, yet without them — the students of 
this university — no accomplishment would ever be made. 



CABINET 



Anxious students listen as Election Commissioner, Pat O'Neal, reads 
election results. 




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Sandra Baugh, Joey Llvesay, Virginia 
Harley, Doug Bennett, Gail Cole- 
brook, Al Fraiier, Suzanne Pyle, Joe 
Guthrie, Janet Brown, Speaker Pro- 
Tempore; Fred Woody, Derry Coch- 
ran, Bob Hamilton, Jim Garner, Joe 
McDonald, Gail Brown, Secretary; 
Trudie Whitver, Parliamentarian. 



SENATE 



The Senate is composed of seventeen students who work co- 
operatively with the hlouse of Representatives in passing legisla- 
tion and recommendations. Through the creation of new laws 
and the revision of old laws the students at MTSU are continually 
receiving benefits. The Senate of 1967-68 has considered and 
passed more constructive legislation than any previous Senate. 
Major accomplishments of»this year's Senate include the es- 
tablishment of various investigating committees concerning stu- 
dent services, the resolution on student rights, and a bill lengthen- 
ing exam week. 



HOUSE OF 
REPRESENTATIVES 



The hlouse of Representatives is one arm of the legislative 
branch of the ASB. It is composed of one representative from 
each campus club and organization. The hlouse meets weekly 
to discuss and vote on pertinent pieces of legislation. The hlouse 
also serves as a forum for an exchange of ideas between repre- 
sentatives of the various organizations. 

In October, the hlouse of Representatives sponsored a "Club 
Night" to acquaint the students of the University, both new and 
old, with the various clubs on campus. 

The House passed the ASB Retreat Bill, the ASB Electoral Act, 
an Exam Week Bill, and many other bills which are of great con- 
sequence to the students. The hlouse members spent many hours 
working for the students, writing, deliberating, and voting on 
these bills to help make Middle Tennessee State a greater uni- 
versity. 



First Row: Shirley Russell, Anne 
Adams, Susan Smith, Cliff Gillespie, 
Sgt. at Arms: Martha Jewell, Pro- 
Tempore; Mel Black, Speaker; Ann 
Shipley, Secretary; Mike Law, Par- 
liamentarian; Patricia Duncan, Jim- 
my Morris, Rick McKinney, Michael 
Chambers. Second Row: Martha 
Sadler, Colleen Powell, Gayle 
Sadler, Barbara Delk, Jane Franklin, 
Anita Johnson, Norita Srenz, Pa- 
tricia Prahl, Clay Holloway, Linda 
Nance, Susan Ingram, Dan Wilkin- 
son, David Williams, Gary Brodioi. 
Third Row: Jon Black, Don Prouty, 
Lonnie Baxter, Howard Cook, Ron- 
ald Welding, Randall Jones, Lloyd 
Arnold, Joe Keef, Billy Mooning- 
ham, Jerre Fly. Fourth Row: Pat 
Jowers, Judy Lankford, Martha 
Jones, Lee Webb, Roy Bowden, 
Julie Meeks, Jeanece Seals. David 
Mathis, Ben Hall McFarlin, Francille 
Willard, Mary Jo Young, Ginny Ray, 
Marsha Martin, Jeanne DeLozier. 





SOCIAL 
COMMITTEE 



The function of the ASB Social Committee is to provide 
activities for the student body. The efforts of this group are 
rewarded when the students are glad to be a part of Mid- 
dle Tennessee's campus: a happy couple leaving "Fun Nite" 
an extra special movie, a full calendar for the year. 



Odes Hamilton. Ronnie Owens, Ronnie Tennant, Bobby Harvey, 
Patricia Duncan. Marilyn Ensley. Babs Barnes. Anita Johnson, Ann 
Shipley. Linda Johnson, Julie Douglas, Sharon Owens, Judy Cope, 
Johanna Fell, Evelyn Rushing, Carol Jones. 



HOSTESS 
COMMITTEE 



Ann Shipley, Babs Barnes, Elizabeth Kennedy, 
Chairman; Lynn Womacit, Carol Jones, Glenna 
Wells. 




Th smiling faces of these girls are seen at many functions on campus throughout the 
year. In September they welcomed incoming freshmen at the President's Reception. 
At the Open House of the new University Center, they served as hostesses and guides 
for tours of the new facility. 



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AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 

Providing big name entertainment for the student 
body Is the responsibility of this group. Activities in- 
clude selling tickets, ushering at the shows, publiciz- 
ing 'the events, and acting as hosts to guest stars. 
This year one of the main attractions was the ap- 
pearance of Little Anthony and the Imperials. 

Seated: Ben McFarlin, Chairman; Brenda Mack, Faye Minatra, 
Janet Bro^n, Betty Ann Hart, Jim Parnell, Van Martin. 
Standing: Terry MacFarland, Roger Chenard, Larry Hayes, 
Stan Hardison. 



INTERNATIONAL AND 
TRANSFER STUDENT 

COMMITTEE 

The International and Transfer Student Committee was 
established to assist foreign students in adjusting to their 
new and perhaps puzzling environment. Information needed 
by these students Is being prepared for an International 
Transfer Student Handbook. To provide financial assistance 
in the form of scholarships is another aim of the committee. 
Selected groups of these students are taken to other cities to 
meet and talk with government leaders in an effort to make 
them more aware of the democratic principles for which this 
nation stands. 

Whyte McKnight, Elayne Huffer, Zia Kabiri, Sandy Lappin, Chain 
Diane Stephens. 





COMMUNICATIONS 
COMMITTEE 



This committee is responsible for keeping MTSU students 
aware of coming events on campus. Each week the group 
publishes the ASB Bulletin which is available to all students. 
In addition, it provides publicity for special ASB productions, 
such as the ASB film series. 



Becly Williams, Arlene Fitzpatnck, Chairman; Terry McFarland. 



FRESHMAN AFFAIRS 
COMMITTEE 



Composed of a group of upperclassmen, this committee 
plans activities for Incoming freshmen in order to orient 
them to the atmosphere of the MTSU campus. This year one 
of Its projects was to outline plans for the next Freshman 
Week. 



Seated: Betty Ann Hart, Faye Minatra, Brenda Mack, Janet Brown 
Trlcia Duncan. JoAnn Campbell. Standing: Roger Chenard, Tom Peter 
son, Ben McFarlin. Stan Hardison, Chairman; Larry Hayes, Jim Parnell 




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Seated: Ronn.e Owens, Ann farr.iworth, Larry Barker. Chief Justu 
Frank FIv, Mac McDonald. Standing: Elaine Lehr. Tom Peterson P, 
Owen. 



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SUPREME COURT 



ELECTION COMMISSION 



The Associated Student Body Supreme Court, the Judicial 
branch of the ASB Government, is composed of a Chief 
Justice and four Associate Justices appointed for the re- 
mainder of their stay at M.T.S.U. It serves as a recommen- 
dation board on cases submitted to it by the university deans. 
The Supreme Court is also charged with the duty of inter- 
preting the ASB Constitution. As the high student court it 
hears cases appealed from all the Dormitory Councils. 



A very important phase of student government is assuring 
the voters and candidates of various university contests of 
fair and efficient elections. This year's Election Commission, 
headed by Patrick O'Neal, has strived to provide the stu- 
dents with quick, uncomplicated voting procedures. With the 
innovation of computer ballots and standard voting machines 
for the spring elections, the long hours of counting votes 
have become a tiling of the past. 




Seated; Sandy Lappin, Prissy Owen, 
Pam Owen, Pat O'Neal, Election 
Comnnissioner. 



WHO'S WHO 




This year thirty-five Middle Tennessee State students were 
recognized as outstanding when they were named Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities. Selection to 
Who's Who is one of the most coveted and distinguished 
honors a senior can receive. 

The students who gain this honor have maintained a high 
cumulative grade average throughout their college years 
and have distinguished themselves as leaders in other 
activities. 



Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 




MARILYN ADCOCK 



KEN BLANKENSHIP 



BILL RICHTER 




JAMES E. STAMPS 



CAROLYN MOYERS 



JOHN DODSON 




JAMES PAUL WOMACK 



ROBERT ASHTON 




CHERI HEADDEN 



MEL BLACK 



GERALD DUNBAR 



FRANCILLE WILLARD 





JANE SMOTHERMAN 



LARRY TOLLIVER 



CHERYL ALLEN 





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MARTHA JEWELL 




JOHN VAN NOSTRAND 




BILLIE JEAN MEEKS 



WHO'S WHO 
Among Students In American Universities And Colleges 




Miss M.T.S.U. 



SHARON DUGGAN 



BACHELOR OF 
UGLINESS 



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President 



ALPHA KAPPA PSI 



Zeta Psi Chapter of the national Alpha Kappa Psi, a pro- 
fessional business honorary fraternity, is one of the most 
rapidly growing organizations on campus. 

Objectives of this group include promotion of business 
administration courses on the university level and fostering 
of further development and research in this field. 

Representatives of Alpha Kappa Psi attend both the 
regional conference in Biloxi and national conferences. 



First Row; David Albanese, James K. Beaty, Charlie Chitwood, Vice- 
President: James Craven. Second Row: Larry Crutchfield, Bubba Crye, 
Dickie Davis, Brad Drayton. Third Row: David Eagan, James Edgar, 
Tim Ellis, Charles Gibson, Treasurer. Fourth Row: Jerry Hammock, 
Gary Hart, Richard Hendrikson, Charles Knowles. Fifth Row: Dr. 
Robert Martin, Advisor; Donald C. Miller, David Parker, Tom Peterson. 
Sixth Row: Tommy Raines, Leon Rash, Charles Sanders. James Spraker. 
Seventh Row: Larry Stinson, John Tant, John Taylor, Roy Upton. 
Eighth Row: Allen Waller, Lowrie C. Webber. 








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First Row: Ann Adams, Cheryl Allen, Shirley Bellenfant, Darlene Derry- 
berry, Maurice Dillck, Vice-President; Toni Flynn, Margaret Jarreil, 
Randall Jones. Second Row: Elaine Lehr. Patsy Loftis, Richard Mc- 



Kinney, James M, Morris, Judy Morris, Priscilla Norman, Tony Pender 
grass. Kathy Ramsey. Third Row: Rosemond Russ, Martha Sadler 
Lawrence Tolliver, Linda Worden, Medora Willmore, Susan Wilson 



ALPHA MU GAMMA 



Invitations to join this honorary fraternity are issued to 
students who have a 4.0 average for three semesters of a 
foreign language. In addlHon. members must hdve a 3.0 
cumulative average. 

Initiation Is held each spring and a banquet Is held. 

The MTSU chapter, Delta Rho, Is affiliated with Alpha Mu 
Gamma, national organization. 




WILLIAM RICHTER 
President 



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First Row: 

Cheryl Allen 
Sharon Dugqan 
Al l-razier 
Ennily Kelley 
David Mathls 



Second Row: 

Carolyn Moyers 
Tony Pendergrass 
Colleen Powell 
Elll Peters 
Lynn Small 



Third Row: 

Susan Steelman 
Linda Wilbanks 
John W. Windhauser 




ALPHA PHI GAMMA 



From its beginning In 1919 as a local fraternity to honor 
students who did outstanding work on the Northern Review, 
Alpha* Phi Gamma has developed into a nationv/lde nef- 
v/ork of chapters that recognize and honor significant con- 
tributions to all forms of student publications. General 
purposes of the fraternity are to recognize and honor in- 
dividual ability and achievement in collegiate student pub- 
lications, to serve, promote, and help to improve collegiate 
journalism; to establish cordial relationships between stu- 
dents and members of the profession, and to fraternally 
unite congenial students interested in journalism. 

To be eligible for active membership, a college student 
must be registered at a college with an Alpha Phi Gamma 
Chapter and have held either a major position on a campus 
publication or news bureau for two semesters. He must also 
be above freshman rank and have an above-average scholas- 
tic record. 

Alpha Phi Gamma was organized at MTSU on September 
28, 1968, under the direction of Mr. John W. Windhauser, 
journalism instructor. 




ANN FARNSWORTH 
President 



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ALPHA PSI OMEGA 

All the world Is a stage, and all the people merely 
players." All the world can be a stage If one Is truly inter- 
ested In theatre and dramatics. There are many areas in 
which one can participate if one is really dedicated to the 
stage. 

The highest honor awarded to a person who is interested 
in theatre is an invitation to join Alpha Psi Omega. In order 
to be eligible for this honor, one must have earned a mini- 
mum of one-hundred hours work in play production in three 
fields of dramatic endeavor. These fields include set design- 
ing, set construction, play management, directing, costum- 
ing, lighting, make-up, and of course, acting. One can readi- 
ly see that people are not merely actors in Alpha Psi Omega, 
for they are involved in the total theatre program. 

The Middle Tennessee State University chapter of Alpha 
Psi Omega is the Lambda Gamma Cast, which has as its 
objective the promotion of excellence in the dramatic arts. 
The Lambda Gamma cast is fortunate in that the University 
Theatre has not only a large proscenium stage, but a smaller 
Arena" theatre as well. These two theatres provide a splen- 
did experience in play production. The University' Theatre 
presents four major productions a year in these theatres, and 
the membership of Alpha Psi Omega Dramatics Fraternity is 
involved in all of these productions. 





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First Row: Emily Amonett, Larry Barker, George Clinton, Stanley 
German, John Gilpin Second Row: Glenda Karty, Robbie Kemp, Tony 
Marshall. Phyllis Murphy, Terri Wood. 



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JANICE DIMMOCK 
President 



BETA BETA BETA 



Beta Beta Beta, nationally affiliated with the American 
Association for the Advancement of Science, maintains and 
promotes excellence and interest in biology on the campus 
of MTSU. Membership qualifications are a 2.7 cumulative 
average and a sophomore status. The purpose of the Bio- 
logical Society is to promote the dissemination of scientific 
truth, to stimulate sound scholarship, and to encourage re- 
search. Beta Beta Beta meets bi-monthly, has a bi-annual 
Induction of members, and a yearly banquet for members. 



First Row: Carol Dewey. Lindo Dodd, Historian: Roderra Douglas. 
Second Row: Carol Hannah, Sharon Patton, Kitty Rogers. Third Row: 
Donald Russell. Martha Shelton, Vice-President; Linda Trent. Fourth 
Row: Francille Willard, Helen Williams, Secretary-Treasurer; Don Wil- 
liannson. 




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First Row: Brenda Anderson, Kathleen Anderson, Janice Baiter. Elizabeth 
Barnhill, Second Vice-President; Marilyn Beernink, Linda Cook, Janice 
De Long. Second Row: Dona Dixon, Kathy Evans, Treasurer; Patricia 



Gifford, Nancy Hudgens. First Vice-President; Lenelle Marable, Michele 
Marquardt, Ann Moss, Secretary. Third Row: Rosemond Russ, Gayle 
Sadler, Patricia Snowden, Iris Starks. 



DELTA OMICRON 



The Omicron Psi Chapter of Delta Omicron International 
Music Fraternity Is open for membership to all women stu- 
dents having at least a 2.0 average in all subjects exclusive of 
having at least a 2.0 average in all subjects exclusive of 
music and a 3.0 average in the field of music. The purpose 
of Delta Omicron is to create and foster fellowship, to de- 
velop character, to stimulate the appreciation of good music, 
to encourage excellence in individual performance, to de- 
velop the highest possible scholas.tIc attainment, and to give 
material aid to needy and worthy students. The fraternity's 
motto of "Continually striving, we attain" is ably promoted 
by their activities. They have both open and closed muslcales, 
sing Christmas carols for the Dillon Nursing hlome, have a 
membership induction each semester, sponsor jointly with 
Phi Mu Alpha one open musicale per year, and cooperate 
with the national fraternity in all goals, such as helping pre- 
pare for the national conference each year. 




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TONY LANCASTER 
President 



DELTA TAU ALPHA 



The Middle Tennessee Chapter of Delta Tau Alpha was 
established on the MTSU campus in 1964. To become a 
member of this honorary agricultural fraternity, a student 
must have earned a total of 45 hours, 15 of which are in 
agriculture. In addition, he must have maintained an overall 
average ot 2.5, and he must have averaged 3.0 in his ag 
courses. 

Each year the group recognizes the freshman agricultural 
student with the highest overall average by presenting the 
Outstanding Freshman Award to him. Members of Delta Tau 
Alpha travel to area high schools to talk with interested 
agricultural students. 



First Row: John Barker, James Beavers, Second Vice-President; Ernie 
Browning. Second Row: Donald Cathey, Bill Crafton, Reporter; BiN 
Dinning Third Row: Frank Doyle Evans, Treasurer; Jerry Fly, Millard 
Johnson. Fourth Row: Herbert Jordan, Albert Midqett, Jr., Lynn 
Parker. Fifth Row: Gaylcn Parton, Jerry Ray, Secretary; William Sims. 
Sixth Row: Harold Woodlee, First Vice-President. 




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EPSILON PI TAU 



Alpha Chi is the Middle Tennetsee chapter of Epsilon Pi 
Tau, honorary fraternity for Industrial management and in- 
dustrial arts majors. In order to be eligible for membership, 
a student must have a 2.0 average in all subjects, with a 
3.0 average in Industrial courses, be a second semester 
sophomore, and have a minimum of sixteen hours in indus- 
trial courses. Meetings of the society are held bi-monthly, 
and the annual project of the fraternity Is the sale of por- 
traits. 




JOHN M. DODSON 
President 



First Row: Kenneth Bilbrey. Howard Carter. Thomas Copeland, John 
Cowan. Second Row: William Rieves, Vice-President; Josh Tenpenny, 
Secretary: Robert Tucker, Treasurer; David Williams. 




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GAMMA BETA PHI 



Under the guardianship of Dr. Aaron Todd, the Gamma 
Beta Phi National hlonorary Fraternity was established on 
Middle Tennessee's campus in the fall semester of 1965. In 
order to become a member of the fraternity, a student of at 
least sophomore status must have a 2.7 cumulative average 
and present a paper concerning one aspect of the meaning 
of life. The purpose of Gamma Beta Phi is to unify high 
academic students. Their activities include having a speaker 
each month, a car in the hlomecoming parade, sponsoring 
a child at the ASB Christmas party, having a banquet in 
December, and participating in the Save the Children Foun- 
dation. 




PATSY NEWBERRY 
President 




First Row: Anne Adams. Pamela Alderson, W.inda Andrews, Larry Bark- 
er, Dianne Peadle, Janet Brown, Wanda Brown. Second Row: Sandra 
Bruce, Beth Calahan, June Cook, Barbara Delk, Mary E. Dickerson, 



Margaret Duncan. Patricia Duncan, Vice-president. Third Row: Sharon 
Ellis, Marilyn Ensley. Ann Farnsworth, Nancy Griffin, Larry Hayes, 
Nancy ttelberg, Susan Hiqley. 



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First Row: Peggy Hooten, Pattl Hunter, Glenda Karty, Martha Jewell, 
Becky Johnson, Connie Jones, Mary Beth Kerr, Second Row: Tony Lan- 
caster, Ralph Leverett, Patricia Liechty, Patsy Loftis, Janice Lusk, 
Theresa Mathis, Joyce McDowell. Third Row: Lynn McKee, Whyte Mc- 
Knight, Dora Lee McMeen, Kittie Myatt, Jane Orth, Carol Parker, 



Jensi Peck. Fourth Row: Judee P.jtretzky, Mary Pitt, Rhonda Pitts, 
Treasurer: Judy Rawdon, Beth Rogers, Janie Ross, Suzanne Russo. Fifth 
Row; Bettye Sims, Judy Slayden, James Spraker, Shirley Springer, Carole 
Stubbs, Martha Sweenev, John Taylor. Sixth Row: Donald Trlsdale, 
Lana Tucker. Rita Wells. ' Marcia Willard, Georgia Mae Williams. 



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KAPPA DELTA PI 



The Theta Omlcron Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi Educa- 
tion Fraternity was established on Middle Tennessee's cam- 
pus in 1956. The purpose of the fraternity is to honor stu- 
dents who plan to pursue a teaching career. All students 
who have attained junior class status, met the requirements 
in educational hours, and are In the upper fifth of their 
respective classes are eligible for membership. Kappa Delta 
PI Inducts members twice a year and hosts an annual spring 
banquet. 




MARTHA JEWELL 
President 



First Row: Wanda Andrews, Jan Blair, Erenda Buckner, Beth Calahan. 
June Cook, Joyce Covington, historian; Pattl Cummlngs, Barbara Peik 
Aln-ia Jean Denney, Janice Ducker, Patricia Duncan. Second Row: Joyce 
Elder, Marilyn Ensley, Ann Farnsworth, Jane Franklin, Kay Godowa. Jan 
Gomez, Nancy Griffin, Nancy Helberg. Linda Hester, treasurer: Peggy 
Hooten, Brenda Huskey. Third Row: Delma Jacobs. Becky Johnson, Jim- 
mie Kay Johnston, Elizabeth Kennedy, Mary Beth Kerr, Barbara Kiker, 



Martha Ladd, Judy Lankford, Brenda Mack, Glenda Martin. Kitty 
Mathis. Fourth Row: Beverly Maynard. Janie McNabb, Judie Meeks, 
Kittle Myatt, Patsy Newberry, Jensi Peck, Rhonda Pitts, Kathy Ramsey, 
Jo Ann Reed, Janie Ross, vice-president; Jerry Shannon. Fifth Row: 
Bettye Sims. Judy Slayden. Lynn Small, Frances Smith, Marcia Smith, 
Shirley Springer, Carole Stubbs, Martha Sweeney, Marjory Tredlnnick, 
Iris Womack, Barbara Wood'.. 



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JANE SMOTHERMAN 
President 



KAPPA OMICRON PHI 



The Alpha PI Chapter of Kappa Omicron Phi, a national 
home economics honor society, proposes to further the best 
interests of home economics in all four-year colleges. Mem- 
bership is based on personality, scholarship, leadership, and 
character. All members must be either majoring or minonng 
in the field of home economics. A student interested m 
membership must be at least a second semester sophomore, 
having completed eight semester hours in home economics, 
and have a minimum 3.0 average in all home economics 
courses, with above average grades in all other courses. She 
must also be a member of the Home Economics Chapter, 
in which membership is by invitation only. Kappa Omicron 
Phi sponsors the sale of mums for Homecoming each year, 
has an annual Founders' Day Banquet, a monthly profes- 
sional program, a Mother-Patroness Service, and a program 
of assisting needy families, in addition to the yearly mduc- 
tion of members. 



First Row: Nancy Barrett. First Vice-President: Cathy Clemmer, Cor- 
responding Secretary; Joy Fellcer. Second Row: Patsy Hendrix, Regina 
Jones, Treasurer; Rosanne Jones. Recording Secretary. Third Row: 
Patsy Newberry, Second Vice-President; Jeanece Seals, Marcia Smith. 
Fourth Row: Billie Wetherford. Judy Vv/hitmore, Georgia V/illiams. 
Fifth Row: Lou Winn. 



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PATRICIA DUNCAN 
President 



LAMBDA TAU 



The Pi Chapter of Lambda Tau Society for students in- 
tending to pursue a career in medical technology was 
granted a charter at Middle Tennessee on February 10, 
1967. Any student who has completed two semesters of 
work, has a 2.78 cumulative average, and is planning to 
study in the field of medical technology is eligible for mem- 
bership. The Society applies its motto of "Knowledge, Serv- 
ice, and Accuracy" by encouraging academic excellence, 
promoting an interest in the field, and providing informa- 
tive programs which highlight institutions offering further 
study in medical technology. One of the more interesting 
activities of the Society this year was the sponsoring of a 
booth at Club Night where blood was typed and tested. 




First Row: Sam Ashby. Sandra Bruce, Joyce Burns. Second Row; Pa- 
tricia Clayton, Carol Dewey, Linda Dodd, Secretary. Third Row: Ro- 
dema Douglas, Treasurer; Suzanne Edwards. Garry George. Fourth 
Row: Betty Hunter, Anita Johnson, Janice Locke. Fifth Row: David 
McCauley, James Morris, Linda Trent. Sixth Row: Sharon Patton, Becky 
Ullom, Vice-President. 



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MTSU ACCOUNTING 
SOCIETY 



Drawing its membership from faculty, students, and 
alumni, the MTSU Accounting Society Is an honorary or- 
ganization for accounting majors. 

Requirements for membership Include at least a sopho- 
more standing with two semesters of accounting and a 2.5 
overall average. Members must earn a 3.0 In their account- 
ing courses. 

Purposes Include fostering high standards among its mem- 
bers, recognition of academic excellence, and promotion of 
the study of accounting in college. It also provides oppor- 
tunities for association of its members and sponsors at din- 
ner meetings featuring prominent speakers. 




BOBBY ASHTON 
President 



First Row: David Barker, Merilyn Beernink, Burton Dye, Alton Fisher, Jr., 
Charles Gibson, Charles Griffin, Robert Hart, Billy Hedge. Second 
Row: Susan Higley. Secretary-Treasurer; Ronnie Hinds, George Jackson, 



President; Danny King, Charlene Lorance, Dora Lee McMeen, 
lly Moonlngham, Dianne Pope. Third Row: Leslie J. Pyle, Jerry Rich, 
II Sanders, James Spraker, Murray Swanson, Fred Woody. 




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PI GAMMA MU 



The Tennessee Zeta Chapfer of Pi Gamma Mu is com- 
posed of members having a 3.0 average in 1he social sci- 
ences and twenty or more hours of social science courses 
completed. The primary purpose of Pi Gamma Mu is to 
stimulate interest in the social studies. This purpose is pro- 
moted by membership initiations each semester, monthly 
meetings, a spring banquet, and participation in campus 
activities by its members. 




ROBERT MARTIN 
President 




Cheryl Allen, Thomas Christie, Jean- 
le Kay Collins, David Cook. Richard 
David, Janice Ducker. 



Second Row; 

Elsie Gray. Charles Griffin, Dennis 
Harris, Paula Hinds. Kay Hogan. 
Lucy Honey, Secretary. 



Third Row: 

Martha Jewell, Glenda Karty, Mary 
Beth Kerr, Ann Ladd, Mellnda Lan- 
ier, James Milton Morris. 



Fourth Row; 

Tony Peidergrass, Carole Stubbs, 
Lav/rence Tolliver, Donald Trisdale, 
Vice-president: John Van Nostrand. 



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PI SIGMA EPSILON 



Pi Sigma Epsilon Is a collegiate sales and marketing fra- 
ternity established \o promote professional interest and 
activity among college students. The Alpha Pi chapter on 
MTSU's campus was founded December I I, 1965. A student 
is eligible for membership if he is majoring in business ad- 
ministration, marketing, or marketing management, has com- 
pleted one semester of work with a minimum 2.0 academic 
average, and has taken one cOLirse in salesmanship. Each 
year the fraternity sponsors a sales seminar for the profes- 
sional men of Middle Tennessee. 



First Row; Gene Austin, Treaiurer; Garry Barnett, Ken Blanlcenship. Sec- 
retary. Second Row: Roy Bowden. Phillip Brown, Joe Carter. Third Row: 
Tony Chumley, Thomas Graves, Jerry M. Gray. Fourth Row: Charles 
Hulshof, Harold Lee, James Maynor. Fifth Row: Joe Phillips, Jr., 
Wayne Pollock, Marlon Rico. Sixth Row: Bill Snyder, Danny Spears, Guy 
Waggoner. Seventh Row: John Wakefield, Michael Wilson. 



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PI OMEGA PI 



The Gamma Chi Chapter of Pi Omega Pi was founded 
on the MTSU campus in 1954 and has since become a very 
active organization. In April the association sponsored a 
typev/riting contest, to which mid-state high school students 
were invited. Members are responsible for coat check at 
Fun Nights and other dances. They also provide a Christmas 
for a needy child. 

Other activities include publishing the business depart- 
ment's Pop's Raider. Gamma Chi ranked twelfth in a na- 
tional comparative evaluation of chapters. The current na- 
tional project is the publication of a booklet entitled "A 
Basic Bookshelf for Business Education Teachers. " 

To be included in this business education honorary, one 
must be at least a second semester sophomore, have com- 
pleted 12 hours in business education, have a 3.0 average, 
and rank among the upper 35% of his class. 

The sponsor is Joe Sawyer. 




LINDA HESTER 
President 



First Row: Dianne Beadle. Nell Blanlsenship. Ted Brewer, Wanda Brown, 
Brenda Buckner. Treasurer- Carol Call. Secretary; Marlene Campbell, 
Paulette Campbell, Joyce Covington, Vice-President; Sue Ellen Dixon. 
Second Row: Nancy Dowell, Mrs. Sandra Drake. Sandra Elam, Sherry 
Frezier, JoAnne Harrell, Pat Harriman, Elizabeth Holly, Mrs. Brenda 



Loyd, Janice Lusk, Marilyn Mathis. Third Row: Judie Meeks, Linda 
Meyer, Beverly Modglln, Sharon Morrow, Janice Murley, Maxine Pep- 
pers, Rhonda Pitts, Betty June Snell, Shirley Springer, Pat Swift, Fourth 
Row: Emmett Toombs, Rita Wells, JoAnne Wilson, Linda Wiseman, 
Iris Womack. 




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First Row: Carl Barnes, Glen Belcher. Jerald Box. Bobby Carpenter, 
George Clinton, Rocky Craft. Gerald Gattis, Stanley German. Second 
Row: Gerald Gustwick, Jerry Howse, Irocus Jernigen, Carl Jones, Jim 



Ledbetter, George McCashln. Bill McClanahan, Ben McFarlin. Third 
Row: Lynn Moore, Treasurer: Wayne Mullins, Jim Souders, Vice Presi- 
dent; Ron Van Hall. Secretary; George A. Woods. Leonard Zachery. 



WILLIAM CANTRELL 
President 




PHI MU ALPHA 



The Omicron Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia Fra- 
ternity of America, Inc. is open for membership to any male 
student, faculty member or administrative officer interested 
in music. The purpose of the fraternity is 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 loy- 
alty to the Alma Mater. The fraternity sponsors several 
yearly activities, among which are a scholarship program, a 
variety show in the Spring, a high school stage band con- 
test, and a recruiting program. 



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SIGMA CLUB 



Composed of graduate and undergraduate students, the 
Sigma Club is the oldest club on Middle Tennessee's cam- 
pus. Developing from the Research Club, the organization 
requires its members to have at least sixty hours and a mini- 
mum cumulative agerage of a 3.0. Strictly an honorary so- 
ciety, the club has a minimum of social activities, including 
two Initiations and a banquet in May. The club meets 
monthly to bring its members together enabling them to 
discuss and to exchange Ideas. Their major project is spon- 
soring a free tutoring service each year. 




KEN BLANKENSHIP 
President 




First Row: Bobby Ashton, John Barker. Second Row: David Coolc, Bob 
Crosslin, Maurice Dilick, Charles Griffin. 



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First Row: George Jackson. Charles Johnson, Randall Jones. James Jerry Shannon, Lawrence Tolliver. Fourth Ro 

LaFevor. Second Row: Billv Moonlnghann, James Mrlton Morris, Tony Turney John VanNostrand, Fred Woodv. 

Pendergrass, William Richter. Third Row: Kenneth Rowe. Bill Sanders, 



Donald Tennant, Roger 



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TAU OMICRON 



Established since 1930, Tau Omicron is an honorary so- 
ciety composed of junior and senior women. A student must 
have a 3.0 cumulative average and be voted on by the 
members in order to attain membership in the club. Schol- 
arship, leadership, and participation are the qualities de- 
sired in prospective members. Tau Omicron sponsors a child 
at the A.S.B. Christmas party annually, a free tutoring serv- 
ice in conjunction with the Sigma Club, and a loan fund 
available to its members. Two new projects adopted by the 
club are placing plaques in each of the campus dorms ex- 
plaining the origin of its respective name and sponsoring 
an All-Sing for all campus organizations In the spring. A 
rotating trophy will be awarded in each of the three cate- 
gories to the first place winners. 





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Carol Call Cathy Clemmer Gail Colebrook 





June Cook Joyce Covington Patti Cummings Pam Curry 



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Martha Jones Elizabeth Kennedy Mary Beth Kerr Cathy Lakowske 




Lynn McKee Dora Lee McMeen Janice McNabb Ann Mc 



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Junior Editor. 




Prissy Owen, Athletic Editor: Anita Johnson. Greek Editor: Arlene Fitzpatrlct 
hlonoraries Editor. 




Sharon Duggan, Beauty Editor: Carol Call, Senior Editor 



Bettye Sims, Index Editor; Marilyn Ensley, Organizations 
Editor; Lynn Womaclc, Faculty and Admlnstra+ion Editor; 
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MIDLANDER 



It always seems as though problems wait until the day before the deadline. 




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suspecting students. 



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Dedicated to attaining ihe impossible goal of pleasing 
six thousand individual students, the 1967-68 Midlander staff 
plunged diligently into their task of representing, in one 
rather slim volume, the innumerable activities, personalities, 
achievements, ideas, and defeats — all those things that make 
up a university — of the MTSU student body. From Club 
Night through the Miss Midlander Pageant, the Midlander 
is MTSU. 



David Mathis, Spring Editor-in-chief. 




Cheryl Allen, Fall Editor-in-chief. 




The Sidelines Provides 



Managing Editors . . . SuEllen Dixon, Bill Peters, Lynn Small, David 

Page, Susan Steelman 

News Editors Linda Vines. Susan Steelman, Marsha 

Plemons 

Sports Editors .... Jim Freeman, Lee Farless 

Advertising Managers Colleen Powell, Linda Judd 

Business Managers . David Mathis, Colleen Powell 

Circulation Managers Carolyn Moyers, Gayle McLain 

Distribution Managers . Richard Gonce, Walter White 

Make-up Editors .... Bob Burkett, Joan Hereford 

Photographers Charlie Gonce, Jim Duffle, M^x Gover, 

Tom Hilliard 

Feature Editors . . . . Jonelle Parsley, Linda Seigler 

Librarian Gordon Taylor 

Chief Typists Linda Linenau, Johanna Fell 

Special Reporters .... Edith Clark, Pat Allen, Harold Lynch, Bar- 
bara Dunlap, Caria Neal, Phyllis Neal. 
Marsha Plemons, Linda Seigler, Linda Vines, 
John Travaglio, Phil Hicks 



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Colleen Powell, Business Manager 



Waller While and Richard Gonce. 



Extra Coverage with Special Editions 



Lynn Small, Linda Judd, Bill Peters. Susan Steelman, David Page. 




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SIDELINES 




John Wmdhauser, Advisor 







Vicltl Hill, John Travaqlio, Gordon Taylor, and Joan Hereford. 




Joanna Fell, Phyllis Jean Neal, Linda Lindenau, Edith Clark, and 
Cheryl Bible. 



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Lee Farless, Linda Seigler, Jonelie Parsley, Linda Vines, Caria Neal. 




SIDELINES 



Photographers Max Gover. Jim Duffle, and Charles Gonce. 




Bobby McCoy. Marsha Plemmons. Jim Freeman, and Harold lynch 



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BAND OF BLUE 




First Row: Jensi Peck, Ann Richards, George McCeshin, Michele Mar- 
quardt, Gwanda Phillips. Second Row: Ron Van Hall, Cindy Hagernnan, 
Beijy Merton, Margaret Cooke, Ann Sloan, Jo Ann Cannpbell, Sharon 
Reeder, Sail Huff. Third Row: Donna McCafferty, Elizabeth Harris, 
Brenda Huskey, Cindy Warren, Donna Cobb, Lana Elliot, Steve Driver, 
Deborah Hill, Ellen Barr, John Dyce, Ben McFarlin, Carl Barnes. Fourth 



Row: Tommy Smith, Bobby Carpenter, Billy Adcock, Wayne Mullins, 
Linda Mitchell, Jack Booth, Johnny Hudson, Vincent DeGeorge, Bobby 
Murphy, Bobby Taylor. Marilyn Meador. Fifth Row: Lynn Moore; 

STANDING: Bill McClanahan, Harold Coe, Carl Morrow, Lendal 

Macon, Charles Erwin. 



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First Row; Sharon Parrish, Bonnie Hagerman, Sharon Hege, Linda 
White. Second Row; Claudette Downs, Sharon Tucker. Martha Sue 
Plunk, Lemuel Wade, Michel Fandle, Ginger McFarlin, Margaret Cox, 
Joyce Kesner. Third Row; Jan DeLong, Pat Gifford, Karen Pace, Jim 
5ouders, James West, Jim Ledbetter, Jackie Heard, Eric Stark, Phil 



Waters. Fourth Row: Johnny Hackney, Joe Baxter, Lenelle Marable, 
Dona Dixon, Gary G'Fellers, Jim Bevins, Carl Jones, Bill Cantrell, Wayne 
Musselwhite, Glen Davis. Fifth Row: Gerald Gattis, Gwen Pullen, 
George Woods, Susan Sparkman, Mike Covell, Gerald Gustwick. Rod- 
ney Bass, Gerald Box, Glen Belcher. 



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JOSEPH SMITH 
Director, Marching Band 



HORACE BEASLEY 
Director, Concert Band 



The MTSU "Band of Blue" displays its excellence at pr 
Grantland Rice Bowl spectators. 




The MTSU "Band of Blue" has again displayed 
its excellence of performance. The marching band, 
under the direction of Joseph Smith, performed 
at all MTSU home football games and at the 
Austin Peay and ETSU football games. A singular 
honor, both to the band and the University, was 
achieved when the "Band of Blue" was selected 
as the host band for the Kentucky Derby. The 
Concert Band, under the direction of Horace 
Beasley, has provided the campus with concert 
music in the winter and spring. Local and Kentucky 
high schools also enjoyed their performances. Both 
the concert band and the performing band pro- 
vide a vital service to their members and to their 
University. 



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Band of Blue Goes to Kentucky Derby 




MAJORETTES: Frieda Jones. Martha Sue, Plunk, Michelle Phillips, Mary 
Alice Smythe, Sharon Tucker, Lynn Crowder, Claudette Downs. 



JENS! PECK 
Drum Majorette 



MARY ALICE SMYTHE 
Feature Twirler 







The lonely drummer boys. 



Don't forget to SMILE, girls. 



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Someone seems to have taken a wrong turn somewhere. Attentive tuba player. 

Wo finally did it — a straight line. 





FLUTE TRIO: Ruth Lewis. Sandra Bar 
George McCashin. 



WOODWIND 
ENSEMBLES 



CLARINET CHOIR— Seated: Patricia Nor- 
wood, Elizabeth Harris, Donna McCafferty, 
Cindy Hagerman. Betty Merton. Standing: 
Carl Jones. Phil Waters. Dr. Kenneth Pace. 
James Souders, Ron Van Hall. 





CLARINET QUARTET: Donna McCaffer 
ty. Dr. Kenneth Pace, Betty Merton 
Cindy Haqerman. 



UNIVERSITY-COMMUNITY 
ORCHESTRA 




FIRST VIOLIN: L. Harvin. K. Isomura. E. Terpley, S. Osborn, J. Parkhurst, F 
McFatridge, L. Vanderkool, M. Smith, S. Blair. SECOND VIOLIN: M. Harvin 
C. Bays, P. Lau, C. Kirchmaler. P. Guttenberg. VIOLA: M. Bernard, J. Bright, 

B. Becker, B. Anderson. CELLO: J. Bills, D. Vanderkooi, S. German. W. Patrick 

C. Brunner, R. Strickland. DOUBLE BASS: E. Szugyi. K. Pace, J. Wade, G. Gattis, 
FLUTE: G. McCashln, M. Marquardt, R. Lewis. OBOE: R. Strobel, G. Vv'aters, 
I. Starks, M. Cox. CLARINET: R. Van Hall, C. Hagerman, D. McCafferty, E 
Harris. BASSOON: E. Knob, W. Holt. HORN: K. Pace, J. DeLong, P. Gifford, 
C. Barnes, B. McFarlin, N. Keilev. TRUMPET: T. Naylor. B. Carpenter. L. Mitchell, 
L. O'Neill, D. Simonis, B. Taylor. TROMBONE: G. Davis. D. Dixon, M. Beniamin, 
W. Musselwhlte. TUBA: S. McFerrln. TIMPANI & PERCUSSION: C. Morrow, C 
Bell, C. Jones, B. McClanahan, G. Gustwick, H. Coe. PIANO: G. Sadler. 



Under tlie direction of Earl Hinlon, the Murfreesboro Uni- 
versity-Community Orchestra again provided students, fac- 
ulty members, and community citizens with an opportunity 
to play and perform publically the world's great orchestral 
music. Besides its regular rehearsals, the orchestra performed 
in concert during the Christmas season and in the spring. 




SOPRANO I: R. Slaymaker, L. Cook, S. Green, A. Moss, P. Norwood. J. Peyton 
K. Storey. SOPRANO II: S. Howse, R. Russ, J. Baker, S. Farmer, S. Smith, D 
Duggan. D. Anderson; N. Hudgens. TENOR I: G. Clinton, J. Hudson, C. Jones 
W. Cantrell. TENOR II: J. V/aters, J. Mayes. J. Ledbetter. J. Birchett. J. Bryan 
L. Zachery. W. McClanahan, R. Van Hall, R. Brown. ALTO I: G. Sadler, M 
Park, D. Dixon. K. Evans, E. Barnhill, C. Carlton. L. Watson. ALTO II: J, Long 
mire, B. Anderson, J. Kesner, J. Kos, W. Brickell, R. Lewis. BARITONE: W. Mul 
lins, G. Belcher, J. Box, L. Wade, L. Moore, R. Craft, W. Lord, G. Osenga, C 
Smith, K. Crabtree, L. Baxter, E. Starks. J. Davis. BASS: S. German, T. Smith 
J. Souders, J. House, D. Norris, G. Woods, M. Dyce. R, Bass. 



CONCERT CHOIR 



Organized to provide students with an opportunity to per- 
form the best in choral literature, the Concert Choir func- 
tions as an integral part of the MTSU music program. The 
choir, under the direction of Neil Wright, presented con- 
certs in Nashville and Chattanooga while on tour this fall. 
During the spring the group entertained audience: with 
perforrriances on campus. 




Under the direcflon of Dr. Harold Slagle, the Treble 
Chorale, a singing organization for women who are not 
music majors, this year performed in concert during the 
Christmas season and in the Spring. During the Spring tour 
of local high schools, the chorale provided entertainment 
not only for its audiences but also for its members. 



First Row: M. Scott, accompanist; M. Cox, P. Gifford, J. Douglas, S. 
Roberson, I. Starks, C. Hagerman. D. McCaffery. Second Row; F. Blake, 
P. Hooper. L. Varner, C. Patton, M. Dixon. B. Rogers, C. Coon, S. Dale. 
N. Blair. Third Row: L. Marable, G. Pullen, president; S. Bonnlza, W. 
McKnight. M. Beernink, A. Milllgan, P. Bowman, R. Petty. P. Davis, L. 
Gate, H. Slagle, director. Fourth Row: D. Bently, M. Meador, J. Ren- 
ner, S. Long, E. Murphy, S. Owen. J. Heard, S. Miller, N. Pewitt, J. 
Britton. N. Height. E. Connelly. Not Present: L. Harris, S. Price, R. 
Ritterbusch, M. Tilford. 



TREBLE CHORALE 




Singing in 16th century madrigal style, MTSU's talented 
Sacred hHarp Singers have once again demonstrated ex- 
cellence in the field of sacred and secular folk music. The 
much sought after group has added a recording of their 
songs to their other activities for the year, which Included 
concerts, a Christmas tape, and their tour through Ten- 
nessee and Alabama. 



Front Row: K. Evans, W. Brickell, Sponsor; Margaret Wright. L. Cook. 

A. Moss. Back Row: M. Dyce, L. Moore, G. Belcher, R. Craft. J. Bryan, 

B. Cantrell. Not Pictured: S. Green, J. Burchett. 



SACRED HARP SINGERS 



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Many a long hour is spent at the wheel before perfection is achieved. 





ARTS AND CRAFTS 



Art Club members set up their successful clothesline art show. 



Mr. Snyder shows how it's done. 



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'Hello? Booiy!" 



"The Lord above made liquor for temptation 



THE BUCHANAN PLAYERS PRESENT 



'I could have danced all night.' 




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"If you're in love, SHOW ME! 





"What a rum go!" 



"God ?n h'eaven, am I not a wonderful man 



"Am I married to a dumb woman In addition to all else?" 





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. . . and Angel Street 



'Muffins, eh?" 




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INTRAMURALS 




Don Viclt trie? desperately for a hole-tn-one. 



Two points? 




Not every would-be athlete is able to make a varsity 
team at MTSU. To satisfy the competitive desire among 
such students, and for just plain fun, the physical education 
department offers a wide variety of intramural activities. 
Campus organizations are encouraged to participate In 
such team sports as flag football, basketball, volleyball, track, 
Softball, and swimming. These activities are not limited to 
the male segment of the population, and women students 
enjoy such sports as volleyball, Softball, and basketball. 
Students may compete as individuals in tennis, bowling, 
ping-pong, archery, and in the hole-In-one tournaments. 
Trophies are presented both to winning teams and indi- 
viduals. 

Intramural competition Is keen. To further Interest in such 
activities, MTSU has this year brought to campus Sigma 
Delta Psi, a national athletic honorary fraternity. Require- 
ments for admission are tough, and It Is quite an honor to 
be inducted Into the fraternity. 



This could be one reason why intramural swimming is so popul. 




Chi Alpha Pi — 1968 Intramural Football champs topped the trade school tron 
Cooteville. 



Nancy England stre-e-e-tches for Phi Theta Psi. 





GUIDON BEARER: R. Benford. First Row: Commiinder G. Goff, Sponsor 
W. Stockard. R. Rcwiette, T. Griffey, R. Recou. B. Martin, G. Brown 
T. Scaftes, T. Posey. Second Row: J. Matlock, C. Sims L. Sizemore T 
Petty, E. Rees. S. Gilbert, D. Word. Third Row: S. Mathis, S. Lleberum, 



J. Zimmerman, T. 
Masters. G. Dilleha 
J. Shabliclc. 



J. Duffle, S. Brooks. Fourth Row: R. Mc- 

R. Ledford, D. McCullough, J. Pearson, 




DRILL TEAM 



The Sam Davis Rifles Drill Team provides an outlet for 
ROTC Cadets who are interested in precision and fancy 
drill. Besides their performances at MTSU football games, 
the team marched in many mid-state parades, especially 
during the Christmas season. In February the team par- 
ticipated in the Mardi Gras celebration, and in May 
competed in its usual excellent manner at the Vanderbilt 
Drill Meet. 



Drill Team displays twirling ability. 



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The Drill Team performance highlights Homecoming festivities. 




Wrenne Stockard: drill field motivation. 




The Homecoming Parade begins with the crack Sam Davis Rifle 



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Raider Bill Uselton on rappel Raider Pat O'Neal searches aggressor Steele while Larry Moore guards. 



FORREST RAIDERS 



The Forresf Raiders continues to be one of the most active 
organizations on campus. It is composed of volunteer ROTC 
Cadets who desire to excel in Small Unit Tactics and Coun- 
ter-Guerrilla Warfare, qualifying for the distinctive Black 
Beret. Emphasis is placed on practical application of skills. 

During this year Raider training v/as highlighted by 



orientation trips to Fort Campbell, Kentucky and Fort 
Benning, Georgia. These trips gave the Raiders an oppor- 
tunity to observe the Army in its authentic environment. 

The Cadet who participates in the Forrest Raiders is 
prepared mentally and physically to assume a position of 
leadership in any endeavor. 



First Row: H. Logan, J. LaFevor. W. Lappln, H. Mullins. Second Row: 
D. Huebschman, D. Dent, M. Huebschman, B. Uselton. Third Row: P. 
O'Neal, C. Delvin, G. Goff, T. Helton, L. Moore. 




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Readying to take that last big step— DOWN! 



Raider Danny Dent demonstrates his favorite nnethod of travel. 





Raider Dent calls in air strikes on the enemy position. 



The all important snap link. 



Raiders Newton Harris and Danny Holder demonstrate the fine art of hand- 
to-hand combat. 










Correct position produces perfect scores. 



RAIDER RIFLES 



The Raider Rifles represent MTSU in intercollegiate shoot- 
ing competition. During the 1967-68 season the team com- 
peted against some thirteen schools in both shoulder-to- 
shoulder and postal matches. Consisting mainly of freshmen, 
the team has posted wins over several competitors Including 
Vanderbilt, UT Martin, and the U. of Puerto Rico. The 
highlight of the shooting year was the New Orleans "Round 
Robin" trip which consisted of traveling to Florence State, 
Tulane, and Mississippi State. While at Tulane the team 
enjoyed the festivities of the Mardi Gras. 



Who says that you can't get . 



M. Chambers, M. Ccmpton, J. Rodden, J. Higdon, A. 
J. Dunbar, B. McGhee, D. Glass, E. Foster, J. Kilqore. Second 
Row: J. Hail, T. Jean, C. Jackson, J. McCord, C. Yost, R. Drukenbrod, 
J. Cathey, J. Kidd. 



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ROTC— A Multi-Faceted Curriculum 





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The Forest Raiders talce field maneuvers . . 



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Capt. Edward Anderson and Flight students D. Jones, B. Seifert, I. Jernigan, W. 

Tomlinson. J. Hawse, and Mr. Miller Lanier. Double to the rear and boogie to the beat. 





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Orook.s 




Cloclwise: Janet 
dent; Barbara Or 
Kay Godawa, Seer 



Preside-- 1 Anta Johnson, 2nd Vice 
, Janet Cope, Marsha Shacklett, Diane 
!tary; Linda Dodd, Jenny Jones, Nancy Helberg 



1st Vice-President; Brenda Biqelow. Dean Martha Hampton, Advisor; 
Julie Alexander, Martha Dixon, Ginny Ray, Treasurer. Not Pictured: 
Sharon Dugqan, hiistorian. 



INTERSORORITY COUNCIL 



Fall ISC Tea for faculty and sorority members. 




Maintaining a feeling of unity among sorori+y women Is 
the chief objective of the Inter-Sorority Council. Its mem- 
bership is comprised of the president and two representa- 
tives from each of the five sororities. The ISC strives to pro- 
mote understanding and cooperation among the members 
of the sororities and to regulate and enforce all rushing 
procedures. Leaders join In council to confer and plan, set- 
ting forth ideas for a year of constructive and exciting ac- 
tivity. 



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ISC representatives explain the sorority system at Club Night. 



ISC honors rushees at a spring reception. 



Sorority presidents greet guests at Fall Tea. 



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ALPHA GAMMA PHI SORORITY 




OFFICERS 



LINDA DODD 
President 

CAROLE PATTON 
Vice-President 

CAROL CALL 
Recording Secretary 

JUDY BATSON 
Corresponding Secretary 

RODEMA DOUGLAS 
Treasurer 



Judy Batson, Corresponding Secretary; Linda Dodd, President; 
Carole Patton, Vice-President; Carol Call, Recording Secretary. 





Proud winners of the coveted Little International Trophy. 



Fall weekend retreat . . . Beauties in a bunch . . . Shine a few 
shoes for the mentally retarded children . . . Christmas dance 
. . . helped a child have a merry Christmas at the ASB party 
. . . "Let's play some more volleyball!" . . . "Champs" in the 
Little International — milk those goats! . . . "Petals of Friend- 
ship" . . . Spring formal . . . working, playing — together . . . 
ALPHA GAMMA PHI! 



Alpha Gamma's lead to "Time of Change" in old fashioned buggy. 





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DELTA PHI GAMMA SORORITY 




OFFICERS 



DIANE BRUCE 
President 

JUDY WILSON 
Vice-President 

BARBARA RICE 
Recording Secretary 

SHELLY SMITH 
Corresponding Secretary 

LINDA OLIVER 
Treasurer 




Delta Phi's "spark a fire" for Sisterhood. 



Delta Phi's in action — basketball days . . . tried hard! . . . 
badminton, hit the BIRDIE! . . . Delta Princess and the Frog 
(blue and green frog!!) . . . Sorority projects — Heartfund, 
Easter Egg Hunt, hieadstart, Poppy Sale, Christmas party 
and Baby John, Valentines to VA, tickets for Sesquecenten- 
nial . . . Christmas Party . . . late again . . . Masquerade 
Party — ^"who's that?" . . . psychadellic . . . Rodeo Day — 
Judy knows how to milk! . . . swimming — go Delta Phi!! . . . 
Mary Poppins is a junkie . . . Sing Out '68 . . . skits . . . 
candles . . . church . . . sisterhood . . . wonderful year . . . 



cle brings In more ticket sales for "See Here, Black Fo 





'Winter Wonderland" was the theme of Delta Phi's Christmas Dance. 



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First Row: 

Cherry Abies 
Kathy Baxter 
Sandra Bozeman 
Diane Bruce 
Beth Calahan 



Second Row: 

Cynthia Campbell 
Pattl Cummlngs 
Janie Lynn Deave 
Diane Drake 
Gayle Gilbert 



Third Row: 
Kay Godawa 
Glenda Griggs 
Debbie Lee 
Suzette Lee 
Linda Oliver 



Fourth Row; 

Barbara Orr 
Patricia Prahl 
Rita Pulliam 
Leslie Pyle 
Barbara Rice 



Fifth Row: 

Jayne Russell 
Sandy Santiago 
Barbara Schow 
Brenda Sledge 
Shelley Smith 



Sixth Row: 

Dolores Sutton 
Lee Ann Walker 
Judi Williams 
Dyane Wilson 
Judy Wilson 



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DELTA PI DELTA SORORITY 




OFFICERS 



NANCY HELBERG 
President 

JUDY BAWCUM 
Vice-President 

SUZANNE PYLE 
Recording Secretary 

MARLENE CAMPBELL 
Corresponding Secretary 

MARGARET DUNCAN 
Treasurer 





Founders Day Banquet, October 12: Dr. Mary Tom Berry, sponsor; 
Maigaret Duncan, treasurer; Anita Wells, alunnnae representative; Judy 
Bawcum. vice-president; Nancy Helberg, president; Dr. June Ander- 
son, sponsor. 



Rush time, hustle! . . . early breakfasts . . . Sponsoring the 
Appalachian Mountain school . . . the Scarab? . . . annual 
"Spook" party for the children . . . Spring dance . . . "Work 
a few!" . . . Oct. 12, Paper Anniversary . . . "You don't 
know me, do you?" . . . Christmas semi-formal . . . Chasing 
pigs and goats, anything(?) for Detal Pi . . . Another sister- 
hood function . . . A.S.B. Christmas Party . . . Intramural 

challenges, "Go Dippity-Dos!" . . . Donuts to the V.A 

Socratics College Bowl . . . T.O. All-Sing . . . Rush again! 



"Dippity-Dos" swing to the music of the Dynamic Generation. 






First Row: 

Judy Bawcum 
Zita Black 
Susan Britt 
Gall Brown 
Marlene Campbell 



Second Row: 

Patsy Chambers 
Mary Benton Coleman 
Kay Collins 
Pam Curry 
Anna Dismukes 



Third Row: 

Sharon Duggan 
Margaret Duncan 
Barbara Gentry 
Cheri Headden 
Nancy Helberg 



Fourth Row: 
Rebecca Hentz 
Lucy Honey 
Cheryl Ingram 
Sis Jones 
Melinda Lanier 



Fifth Row: 

Elaine Lehr 
Kay Lester 
Faye Minatra 
Linda Morris 
Suzanne Pyle 



Sixth Row: 

Marsha Shacklett 
Gail Stephens 
Susan Stuart 
Janice Trimble 
Cynthia Williams 



Seventh Row: 

Donna Jo Wilson 
Linda Wood 
Not Pictured: 
Mary Beth Kerr 



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KAPPA TAU DELTA SORORITY 



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Seated: left to right: Jenny Jones, Pres.: Nancy Hankins, Vice-Pres.; 

Pat Clayton. Corresponding Secretary; Georgia Daughtry, Treasurer. 
Standing: Gerry Carlisle, Chief Justice: Sharon Owens, Parliamentarian; 
Becky Ullom, Jeweler; Carolyn Clay. Historian; Janet Cope. Pledge 
Mistress; Jan Mayberrv, Chaplain. 



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KTD's Homecoming Car won second place honors. 



Burgundy Beauties: Gerry Carlisle — Homecoming Attend- 
ant; Carolyn Johnson, SDZ Sweetheart; Jenny Jones, STO 
sweetheart; Melissa Park, CAP court; Becky Ullom, STO 
court; Julia Magruder, Miss Midlander contestant . . . Work 
a bunch! Second place car, Mexican-child philanthropy, 
Central State "teen party," Dillon's Nursing hlome hymns 
and carols, A.S.B. Christmas Party children . . . Wonder 
pledges — Susan Cranford, best of all . . . St. Valentine's 
Day Dance; Spring Formal Presentation . . . sisterhood, love, 
honor, devotion, trips, parties, work, play, fun, tears of joy — 
A burgundy and blue picture of happiness — Kappa Tau 
Delta. 



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Active members of KTD sorority. 



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First Row: 

Paula Alford 
Donna Allen 
Betty Anderson 
Judy Blackford 
Gayle Brantley 
Gerri Carlisle 



Second Row: 

Brenda Clanton 
Carolyn Clay 
Patricia Clayton 
Janet Cope 
Susan Cranford 
Georgia Daughtr 



Third Row: 

Cindy Donnell 
Nancy Hankins 
Debbie Heithcock 
Susan Higley 
Mary Jernigan 
Carolyn Johnson 



Fourth Row: 

Kay Johnson 
Jennifer Jones 
Karen Kendrick 
Julia Magruder 
Marsha Martin 
Janice Mayberry 



Fifth Row: 

Priscilla Norm. 
Kay Orr 
Vlckl Osment 
Sharon Owens 
Melissa Park 
Terresa Poole 



Sixth Row: 

Virginia Ray 
Judy Rayburn 
Kitty Rogers 
Sue Selby 
Becky Ullom 
Janice Whiteside 



Seventh Row: 

Jan Williams 
Jan Wright 



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PHI THETA PSI SORORITY 



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OFFICERS 



NANCY ENGLAND 
President 

EDNA TAYLOR MORTON 
Vice-President 

PAM OWEN 

Recording Secretary 

LANA TUCKER 
Corresponding Secretary 

MARY WESTFALL 
Treasurer 








Phi Thetas anticipate Homecoming victory. 



Phi Psi Follies— What a chorus line! . . . October 2nd— 
"Happy Birthday" . . . Tricia's Homecoming Queen . . . 
who got a ring this week? . . . ANYONE for volleyball? 
. . . fun at the ASB Christmas Party . . . Where ya' going, 
Herbie? . . . cold days on the drill field for several sisters 
. . . our little children at the Junior League Home ... "9 
miles out of town" . . . Soul Sister Prissy . . . "What's your 
favorite shade of green?" . . . Martha — our "little friend" 
. . . "Oh! LA, La!" . . . wall to wall mistletoe . . . "What 
are we going to do after the dance, Lynn?" . . . ain't Rush 
grand? ... six double sisters . . . Christmas party at the 
VA . . . eve of Margie's 21st . . . class beauties . . . Cere- 
bral Palsy Telethon . . . Great pledges ... the lights go 
down and Phi Thetas "glow" in All-Sing '68 . . . 



We think there's "snow" sorority like Phi Theta Psi. 



Oh, those early morning pledge breakfasts! 




IB"P 



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First Row: 

Betty Barnes 
Maxie Baslcin 
Brenda BIgelow 
Regina Bowen 
Janet Brown 
Sue Burton 



Second Row: 

Lynn Crowder 
Pat Dednnan 
Julie Douglas 
Patricia Duncan 
Nancy England 
Marilyn Ensley 



Third Row: 

Ann Farnsworth 
Jane Franklin 
Betty Rose Gregory 
Sandy Herbert 
Linda Herbolsheimer 
Martha Jewell 



Fourth Row: 

Anita Johnson 
Mary Ruth Leftwich 
Carol Lewis 
Judy Linville 
Peggy Linville 
Susan Longnnire 



Fifth Row: 

Linda Mason 
Ann McDaris 
Edna Morton 
Sheila Nichols 
Pam Owen 
Prissy Owen 



Sixth Row: 

Janice Pendergrass 
Dorothy Raney 
Evelyn Rushing 
Ruth Salisbury 
Bettye Sims 
Lana Tucker 



Seventh Row: 

Clarice Waggoner 
Marjory Walker 
Mary Westfall 
Billie Wetherford 
Georgia Williams 
Susan Wilson 
Mrs. Florence McFer 



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INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 




Clockwise: Tom Sparks, Frank,Hayes, Joe Guthrie, David Kious, Fred 
Woody, David Maskewifz, Dean Chester A. Burns, Jim Free. Douq Ben- 
nett, Mike Jacobs, Mike Pritchard, Larry Barker, John Lowe. 



Fraternities compete in Intramural sports events. 



The governing body of the campus social fraternities is the Inter- 
Fraternity Council, composed of the president and two representa- 
tives of each of the five fraternities. Under the capable leadership 
of President Jim Free and advisor Dean Chester Burns, the IFC is 
concerned with legislating rules concerning rush, pledge training, 
and intramural competiton. 

The MTSU Inter-Fraternity Council acts as a link between the 
fraternities and the administration and coordinates the policies, 
ideas, and problems which involve the fraternities. Promoting good 
relations among the fraternities and encouraging the active partici- 
pation of a greater number of students has been the main goal of 
the IFC this year. The Council is a vital group, planning boldly for 
the growth of the fraternity system at MTSU. 




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Corresponding Secretaries of fhe Council are: Bill Wedekind Douq Bennett 
Kenneth Smith, David Cornett Jerre Fly, Andy Beas' 





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First Row: 

William Landers 
Larry Gregory 
Barry Greever 
William Cornes 
Mike Gresham 
Charlie Chitwood 
Newton Molloy 



Second Row: 

Donald Ayers 
Ed Baker 
Randy Ballnger 
Ronald Bancroft 
Mickey Bowers 
Larry Boyd 
Joe Brakebill 



Third Row: 

Bob Buchanan 
W. B. Buchanan 
Bill Carney 
Dallas Caudle 
William Christie 
Lynn Cook 
David Cornett 



Fourth Row: 

Charles Cunninghan 
Tony Dobert 
Gene DePriest 
Alan Floyd 
Richard Ford 
Powell Garrison 
Ronald Grimes 



Fifth Row: 

John Hager 
Karl Hans 
Denny Hastings 
Jerry Hatmaker 
Jerry Hawk 
Don Heath 
Timothy Hogan 



Sixth Row: 

Tim Kalthoff 
Jimmy Lewis 
Donald Martin 
Wayne Martin 
David Maskewitz 
Pat McBride 
Stan McNabb 



Seventh Row: 

Jimmy Molloy 
Jimmy Neely 
Bobby Parks 
Mike Prichard 
Bill Snyder 
Dan Spencer 
Allan Walton 



Eighth Row: 

Ben Whitesell 
Larry Willmore 
Donnie Wood 
Fred Wright 




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CHI ALPHA PI FRATERNITY 




OFFICERS 

BILL LANDERS 
President 

LARRY GREGORY 
Vice-President 

BARRY GREEVER 
Recording Secretary 

WILLIAM CORNES 
Corresponding Secretary 

CHARLIE CHITWOOD 
Treasurer 




Footballs and fun for the enthusiastic fall fans. 



Founded June 19, 1966 . . . Intramural foofball champs 
. . . Defeated Tennessee Tech's intramural football champs 
. . . All-Sing '68 . . . work at Good Shepherd's hfome . . . 
Food baskets for needy families at Christmas . . . Winner of 
trophy for best house decoration at homecoming . . . "cap 
a few now" . . . First fraternity house . . . little Chi Alpha's 
. . . Second in intramural swim meet . ."" . Annual Easter egg 
hunt for children of faculty and administration . . . Great 
parties — remember hialloween and New Year's Eve? . . . 
attending athletic events in our blue and white coats . . . 
Red Carnation Ball . . . Caps supported Blue Raiders in 
homecoming parade . . . "When the Cap's go marching in" 
... We try harder!!! 




Chi Alpha Pi Sweetheart Suiette Lee and Court Members. 





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First Row: 

John Brlce 

Tommy Carter 

Calvin Christman, Adv 

James Dickson 

Bo DIsmultes 

Jeffrey Dismukes 



Second Row; 

Jerry Dunn 
Gary Fox 
Robert A. Frazier 
John A. Gamble 
Gary Goff 
Richard Hendrikson 



Third Row: 

David Herbert 
Kenneth Hickman 
Dr. James Huhta, Adv 
Max Isbell 
Joe Jones 



Andy King 



Fourth Row: 

Bill Lappin 
Delmer Lowe 
John Moore 
Dick Moss 
Ronnie Murphy 
William Pettus 



Fifth Row: 

Robert Pirtle 

James Thomas Ragsdale 

Randall Smith 

Robert Tenbrunsel 

Stanton Thomas 

Donald Trisdale 



Sixth Row: 

Michael VIckery 
William Wall 
William Wedekind 
Jack Welch 
Larry Williams 
Jeff Wingo 




Seventh Row: 

Joseph Young, Advisor 
Mrs. Rachel Raqland, 

Housemother 



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LAMBDA PSI FRATERNITY 




Lambda Psi boosts Raider spirit. 



Summer's over, we have our house . . . "let's have a 
party!" . . . more paint for the bleachers . . . "Oh, my back!" 
. . . go-team's on . . . t4omecomlng's here, "hang on 
Snoopy" . . . our Christmas gifts bring a little child's hap- 
piness . . . hloliday Weekend . . . semester's over, big party 
at the house . . . "Watch out for snakes!" . . . Fraternities' 
averages out, we're number I . . . I^aiders roll, "Toppers" 
out, bring on casket . . . Miss Midlander time, congratula- 
tions, Martha! . . . the gang's all here and so are the "E's" 
. . . Intramural basketball, revenge is sweet . . . clear the 
furniture, carpet down, paper up . . . The lights shine bright 
. . . the run's on again . . . rush is here, pledge begins, Blue 
Max at the helm . . . don't forget All-Sing practice . . . 
Stunt Night next . . . initiation ceremony, welcome new 
brothers . . . the Second Annual Rose Ball . . . the year is 
ending . . . next year will be even greater! 



OFFICERS 

JACK WELCH 
President 

MIKE JACOBS 
Vice-President 

TOM CHAPPEL 
Secretary 

JIM DICKSON 
Treasurer 




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Lambda Psi Sweethearts, Martha Dixon and Mary Alice Smythe 




Marv Alice Smyth 




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First Row: 

Wayne Allen 
j;m Barrier 
Duncan Baugh 
David Beard 
Billv Bell 
Doyle Boyd 
Tom Brantley 



Second Row: 

Gary Brodioi 

Ed Brown 

Paul Cantrell, Advisor 

Edward Chappell 

Roger Chenard 

Ed Connelly 

Charles Dale 



Third Row: 

David East 
David Emerson 
Ronnie Ferrell 
Jerre Fly 
Jinn Folk 
Charlie Formosa 
Jerry Gilliland 



Fourth Row: 
J. O. Gist, Advisor 
Bill Gustafson 
Joe Guthrie 
Stan Hardison 
Philip Holder 
Tony hHudson 
David Kious 



Fifth Row: 

Wally Kirby 
Pete Knestrick 
Bobby Lamb 
John Larkin 
John Major 
Van Martin 
John Mayes 



Sixth Row: 

Mac McDonald 
Ben McFarlin 
Bud Morris 
Bobby Murphy 
Jim Parnell 
Gregory Peck 
Tom Peterson 



Seventh Row: 

Jimmy Phillips 
John Pittard 
Julian Roemer 
Dwiaht Schultz 
Jimmy Sidwell 
Tom Smith 
Robert Starkey 



Eighth Row: 

Jerry Taylor 
Mike Ullery 
Ronnie Van Vickie 
Jim Walker 
Jimmy Williams 
Don Williamson 
William Willis 



Ninth Row: 

Don Wyrick 

John Zumbro 

Mrs. McKniqht, Housemother 




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PHI EPSILON FRATERNITY 




Forty thousand napkins and a third place winner 



Men with a common goal . . . House is an historic monu- 
ment . . . ASB party for children, free coffee for students, 
Open hHouse, great party — Christmas for Phi Eps . . . "Let's 
go to the river!" . . . Momma Mac's the greatest . . . each 
year a better one . . . float won third place in hfomecoming 
Parade . . . Wow, what Sweethearts . . . hHAPPY hippie 
party . . . Projects galore — Civitan ticket sale, candy sale, 
tHeart Fund, Grantland Rice Bowl, Safety Satellite . . . Let's 
build a fraternity house . . . Who got thrown In the pool 
this week? . . . SUOSO pledges . . . anybody for hooking? 
. . . forty thousand napkins in the float . . . man, what a 
Rush! . . . "red ball" . . . beautiful Sweetheart Ball . . . oldest 
frat at MTSU . . . the "Machine" . . . Red and Gray . . . 
Brotherhood to the fullest ... I love Phi Epsllon!!! 



OFFICERS 

TOM BRANTLEY 
President 

BUD MORRIS 
Vice-President 

BOB STARKEY 
Recording Secretary 

STAN HARDISON 
Corresponding Secretary 

CHARLIE FORMOSA 
Treasurer 





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Sweetheart Lynn Crowder and Court mennbers 







Lynn Crowde 



Mar/ Ruth Leftwich 



Marjory Walker 



Diane Webster 



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First Row: 

Lloyd Anold 
David Baggoft 
Larry Barker 
Mike Baumstark 



Second Row: 

Douq Bennett 
Richard Butler 
Richard Davis 
Lane Garner 



Third Row: 

Ron Green 
Bob Hamilton 
Odes Hamilton 
Jerry Hodges 



Fourth Row: 

Bill Johnson 
Richard Lindsey 
John Lowe 
Randall Mason 



Fifth Row: 

David McGee 
Joe Nunley 
Ronald Owens 
Kelly Sharbel 
Kenneth Smith 




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SIGMA DELTA ZETA FRATERNITY 




SDZ brothers decorate their second home for the holidays. 



Rush, get those boys! . . . hialloween party . . . "Super- 
drunk!" . . . Civitan Candy Sale . . . Christmas party . . . 
Blood drive . . . Paint those walls! . . . Picnic . . . Grantland 
Rice Bowl Ticket Sale . . . Stuff that magic dragon! . . . 
Sweetheart dinner — beauties a few! . . . Snowball fights 
(duck!!) . . . weekly dinners . . . Annual canoe trip . . . 
Housework sessions . . . "Guten Morgen?" . . . intramurals 
. . . "You don't understand, do you?" . . . Interfraternlty 
pool tournament . . . Spring Formal . . . SDZ!!! 



OFFICERS 

JOHN LOWE 
President 

DOUG BENNETT 
Vice-President 

RICHARD DAVIS 
Secretary 

JOE NUNLEY 
Treasurer 





Seated: SDZ's housemother, Mrs. Whittworth. Standing: Sarah Smith, Sweetheart; 
JoAnn Bennett, Laura Bowling, and JoAnn Campbell, court members. 





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First Row: 

Terry Baskin 
Andy Beasley 
Harold Beckun 
Terry Bird 
Mel Black 
Larry Brown 



Second Row: 

Stephen Brown 
Jinn Cockerham 
Mike Daniel 
Philip Davidson 
Harold Finchum 
Jinn Free 



Third Row: 

Jim Garner 
Mickey George 
Cliff Gillespie 
Bobby Harvey 
Randy Heavener 
James Hendrixso 



Fourth Row: 

Jeff Hermsdorfer 
Paul Herron 
Harmon Hodge 
Harold Hounihan 
Mike Huff 
Ronnie Humphrys 



Fifth Row: 

John Hund 

Dennis Hutton 

John Jordan, Advisor 

Jack Kinnear 

Richard Lane 

Mike Law 



Sixth Row: 

Larry Ledford 
Tom Ledford 
Bill Lorrance 
Philip Mather 
Jimmy Miller 
Tommy Miller 



Seventh Row: 

Pete Parker 
David Pigna 
Joe Rlggins 
Frank Routson 
Bill Shanks 
Michael Stevens 



Eighth Row: 

John Thompson 
Lynn Tuttle 
David Vester 
Jack Wade 
James Warpool 
Mrs. Gaynelle Hill 




KAPPA SIGMA COLONY 




Sweet victory after a long, muddy battle. 

Pioneer fraternity ... a few actives! . . . work for com- 
munity and school . . . fun, fun parties . . . like at Halloween 
and Christmas . . . beautiful house . . . where brotherhood 
abounds . . . Vester's back . . . "Hey. now!" . . . unbeaten 
in basketball (so far!) . . . great teams in football, basket- 
ball, volleyball . . . first place. Little International . . . kinda' 
muddy . . . great supporters of the Blue Raiders . . . pyramid 
with Mazola . . . "What's that you're drinking?" . . . nights 
In the attic . . . burn the midnight oil . . . laying tile floors 
In the wee hours of the morning . . . CIvitan candy sale . . . 
A.S.B. Christmas Party . . . Stunt Night . . . Collect for Heart 
Fund . . . Tom's In — First Grand Master . . . Let Freedom 
Ring! 



OFFICERS 

TERRY BIRD 
President 

JEFF HERMSDORFER 
Vice-President 

TOMMY MILLER 
Secretary 

MONTY HALCOMB 
Treasurer 






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Kappa Sig Sweetheart: Jenny Jones. Standing: Carol M: 
Court; Mrs. Hill, Housemother. 



clcy Ullom. Sweetheart 



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Dance a FEW at the party! 




Ready to talce on the world! 




Kappa Tau means business and have the eyes to prove it 



Guest "celebs" at the STO house. 




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Greeks Add Spirit To Campus Life 




Chi Alpha 




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"She said she'd never played before . 



"If only I could study that hard!" 



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"Oh, for the days of mint juleps and slaves , 




Pledges squeeze in another study hour. 



'Here's mud in your eye and a trophy in your house!" 




"Shades" of the old frontier! 





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To pledge or not to pledge Is hardly a question. 




■Up! for Delta Phis 




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"Heave, ho! and in you go!" 




It's a Phi Theta Snowland. 



DPD's nde high in Homecoming car. 



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1967 BLUE RAIDER VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD— Under the superb 
coachi[)g of Charles M. "Bubbsr" Murphy the Blue Raiders racked up 



five wins against five losses in the 1967 fall season and ranked third 
in the Ohio Valley Conference. 




FOOTBALL 



COACHES— Front Row: Terry Sweeney. Off. Bacltfield Coach; Charles 
M. Murphy. Head Coach; Joe Black Hayes, Def. Line Coach; Don Lear, 
Def. Backfield Coach. Second Row: Larry Dotson, Linebacker Coach; 
Gary Vv'haley, Def. End Coach; John "Toby Vv'ood, Off. End Coach; 
Charles Butler, Off. Line Coach. 



As the 1967 football season opened, Coach Charles M. 
"Bubber" Murphy and his staff found assembled one of the 
strongest and nnost promising teams ever assembled at 
MTSU. In the opening game against Pensacola Navy, the 
coaches dreams were turned into reality as the Blue Raiders 
crushed the Goshawks by a score of 28-7. The dream turned 
into a nightmare, though, as the Raiders suffered several 
injuries putting some key players out of commission. The 
Raiders continued to be injury-plagued and dropped their 
next four games to the shock of their fans. They finally got 
their forces together and blasted Austin Peay in their sixth 
game. After losing a hard-fought, high-scoring battle against 
UTMB, the Raider footballers snapped back and won not 
only their remaining three games, but also sole possession of 
third place In the Ohio Valley Conference. 



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This year the Raiders were led by three outstanding 
seniors. Mike Matheny, a defensive back from Livingston, 
served as captain. Alternate captains were George Claxton, 
a defensive end from Shelbyville, and fullback Larry "The 
Bull" Mathews from Springfield. All three were top-notch 
performers for MTSU and gained AII-OVC recognition at 
the end of the season. 



The Raiders snap into action. 




1967 FOOTBALL CAPTAINS— Pictured with Head Coach Charles M.. 
Murphy are (from left): George Claxton, Alternate- Captain; Milce 
Matheny, Captain; Larry Mathews. Alternate Captain. 




1967 FOOTBALL MANAGERS— Terry Murft, Ken Hastings. Di. 
Wooten. Mike Adcox. and Leon Mooneyhan. 



MFSU had 31 returning lettermen this season. Of this 
group, thirteen were seniors. These seniors were: Quarter- 
back Billy Walker; Halfbacks Mike Jones, Mike Matheny, 
and Pat Morrison; Fullback Larry Mathews; Linebacker Ben- 
nie Arp; Center tJoe Parker; Tackles Bobby "Tiny" Langford, 
Frank Victory, and Jim Wilhite; and Ends Ken Caplenor, 
George Claxton, and tHerbert Owenby. Each one was a 
stand-out in his own right and will long be remembered 
by Raider fans. 



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ALL-OVC 



At the close of every football season, players are recog- 
nized for their outstanding efforts on the gridiron. Not sur- 
prisingly, the Big Blue 'padded" the yearly selection with 
fourteen top performers — two of whom have gone on to 
play professional football. 

The Raiders contributed not only the OVC's Number One 
Quarterback, Billy Walker, but also three other first team 
stars. In addition to three second team stand-outs, seven 
Bluemen were given honorable mention. 



BILLY WALKER 
Senior Quarferbacl 



DICKIE THOMAS 
Sophomore Quarterback 



BILL GRIFFITH 
Freshman Quarterback 



HAROLD PAnERSON 
Freshman Halfback 



PAT MORRISON 
Senior Halfback 




Raiders and Goshawks scramble for ball 




Raiders Spill Navy 



In the season opener Murphy s Marauders sank Pensacola 
Navy's football crew along with 1963 Heisman Trophy 
winner Roger Staubach. The Raiders grabbed an early lead 
by taking the opening kickoff and marched 70 yards in 
nine plays with frosh Taylor Edwards sprinting the last 
26 for the touchdown. 

Pensacola's defense controlled the first half, but Staubach 
could rally his team for only one touchdown that night. 

Middle Tennessee then exploded in the third quarter on 
a series of Goshawk mistakes. After taking a short Navy 
punt, the Bluemen drove 48 yards and fullback Larry 
Mathews scored from the one-yard line. Next, Staubach 
was thrown for two straight 12-yard losses to bring up 
fourth down on the Navy six. Guard Rodney Hayes blocked 
Pensacola's punt attempt and Mike Cowan pounced on the 
ball in the end zone for the third Raider touchdown. MTSU 
came right back when Charlie Daniel recovered a Staubach 
fumble on the Pensacola 17. Two plays later, Billy Walker 
hit flatback Jamie Jamison for ten yards, setting up Larry 
Mathews' second score of the evening. 

Monster-man Gary Draper led the MTSU defense with 
a total of ten tackles and assists. Paul Barnett successfully 
kicked four extra-point conversions to give Middle Tennes- 
see a 28-7 win over Pensacola Navy. 



YARDSTICK 






MTSU 


Navy 


First Downs 


II 


17 


Rushing Yardage 


107 


19 


Passing Yardage 


62 


137 


Passes 


7-22-1 


16-45-3 


Punts 


10-40.0 


6-38.2 


Fumbles Lost 





1 


Yards Penalized 


70 


30 



Taylor Edwards drives for touchdown. 



162 




Morrison finds a hole in Morehead's line. 



For the first time In sixteen years the Morehead Eagles 
managed to defeat the Raiders with a score of 21-19. 

Morehead scored in the first quarter, but MTSU came 
right back and scored on a fumble recovery by Don Ward. 
After a 36-yard drive, end Ken Caplenor scored on a 
twelve-yard pass from quarterback Billy Walker. 

In the second period the Eagles scored on a sixty-yard 
dash to lead 14-7. Morehead then recovered their own 
punt on the Raider 19 and soon took a 21-7 lead. 

MTSU drove 55 yards in I I plays and Walker scored 
from the one-yard line to close in on Morehead 21-13. With 
less than ten minutes to, go hlerbert Owenby scored on a 
47-yard Walker pass set up by Mike Matheny who inter- 
cepted an Eagle pass on their 37-yard line. The Raiders 
fell short, though, as the Eagles' defense "blitzed" Walker 
as he tried to throw a game-tying conversion pass. 

A 43-yard pass caught by Tim Kalthoff set up what looked 
like the winning touchdown, but the drive fizzled out and 
left MTSU short 21-19. 



Morehead Slips Past MTSU 



YARDSTICK 






MTSU M 


Drehead 


First Downs 


15 


13 


Rushinq Yardage 


70 


183 


Passing Yardage 


223 


33 


Passes 


20-33-1 


4-9-2 


Punts 


4-38.3 


7-35.7 


Fumbles Lost 


3 


2 


Yards Penalized 


52 


50 



DON WARD 
Freshman Halfback 



GENE CARNEY 
Sophomore Halfback 




LARRY HAYES 
Freshman Halfback 



PAUL BARNETT 
Senior Halfback 





MIKE MATHENY 
Senior Safety 




Mathews "bulls" through Chattanooga defense. 



Raider defense crushes Moc. 




Mocs Dump Bluemen 



When MTSU led 7-2 at halftime, things looked great in 
all departments — especially defense. Chattanooga exploded, 
though, in the second half and rolled past the Raiders 
30-13. 

MTSU's first score came when tackle Ike Franklin blocked 
a Chattanooga punt and middle guard Rodney Hayes 
covered it in the end zone. 

The Raiders' defense which looked great in the first half 
couldn't get together in the second half when the Mocs 
took to the air. After letting Chattanooga score four touch- 
downs, the Raiders scored again in the dying moments of 
the game when Gary Wright drove into the end zone from 
the two after Ken Caplenor set up the play with two re- 
ceptions of 36 and nine yards. 



YARDSTICK 






MTSU 


Chatt. 


First Downs 


13 


1 1 


Rushing Yardage 


72 


136 


Passing Yardage 


136 


194 


Passes 


14-32-1 


13-19-0 


Punts 


7-34.1 


7-28.1 


Fumbles Lost 


3 


2 


Yards Penalized 


48 


20 



MIKE JONES JAMIE JAMISON 

Senior Halfback Sophomore Halfback 



RON BROWN 
Freshman Halfback 




TAYLOR EDWARDS 
Freshman Tailback 





GARY WRIGHT 
Freshman Fullback 



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JOEL MUSGRAVE 
Freshman Monsterman 



LARRY MATHEWS 

Senior Fullbacl< 




RON DACUS 

Freshman Fullback 



GARr DRAPER 

Junior Monsterman 



JOHN MAJOR 
Sophomore Cente 



Defense Shines in MTSU Loss 



For the first time in fifteen years, MTSU suffered its 
third straight football loss at the hands of Eastern Kentucky. 
The Raiders' front line defensive combo of Phil Watts, 
George Claxton, Rodney Hayes, Bobby "Tiny " Langford, 
and Frank Victory held the Colonels to only 60 yards rush- 
ing and gave the offense several chances to score. Flow- 
ever, the Raider ball-movers couldn't find the end zone 
until the final quarter. 

Mike Matheny v/as instrumental in stopping what was 
almost an Eastern scoring drive when he intercepted a pass 
in the end zone and ran it out to the 13-yard line. 

Steve Colquitt, freshman end, scored the Raiders' only 
touchdown on a spectacular 68-yard pass from Billy Walker. 
With five minutes left. Walker again found Colquitt for a 
big 32-yard gain which was soon halted by the Eastern de- 
fense. 



Late in the game Walker hit Jamie Jamison and Herbert 
Owenby which put the Bluemen on the Eastern 25. The 
Colonels' defense smashed through the Raiders' front line, 
however, causing Walker to fumble the ball and found them- 
selves with a 14-7 win over MTSU. 



YARDSTICK 






MTSU 


Eastern 


First Downs 


II 


16 


Rushing Yardage 


66 


60 


Passing Yardage 


197 


21 1 


Passes 


13-26-1 


II -20-1 


Punts 


11-33.5 


7-39.7 


Fumbles Lost 


1 


2 


Yards Penalized 


95 


55 



Eastern closes in on NA'aiker 



Colquitt races for TD. 




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BOBBY EDENS 
Junior Guard 



BENNIE ARP 
Senior Linebacker 



CURT GEE 

Freshman Guard 



JOE PARKER 
Senior Center 



RON JOHNSON 
Freshman Guard 



Murray Drops Raiders 



The fourth loss of the season found Murphy s footballers 
In the cellar in OVC competition. Murray's air-hungry Larry 
Tillman passed for an astounding 425 yards and four 
touchdowns. 

The Thoroughbreds left the field at halftime with a 17-0 
lead. In the third quarter the Raiders finally scored on a 
one-yard dive by "The Bull", Larry Mathews. 

Ope of the game's outstanding players was senior Pat 
Morrison, hie gained 104 yards on 14 attempts for a 7.4- 
yard average. 

When the final quarter began, Dickie Thomas went in as 
quarterback and led the Raiders to their second score. It 
seemed as if the Murray defense just opened up and let 
Thomas and his offensive team casually march down the 
field. In reality, though, Thomas drove 48 yards in five 
plays and finally plunged into the end zone from the one- 
yard line. 



Murray wasn't finished, however, for they scored once 
more in the last minute of the game and the game ended 
with the Raiders losing 35-14. 



YARDSTICK 






MTSU 


Murray 


First Downs 


20 


23 


Rushing Yardage 


224 


3 


Passing Yardage 


138 


425 


Passes 


13-29-2 


28-51-0 


Punts 


4-46.6 


6-31 


Fumbles Lost 


1 


1 



Mathews dives into end zone. 



Caplenor snatches Walker aerial. 




Raiders Snap Losing Streak 



Quarferback Billy Walker went to the air and led his 
offense In a brilliant performance of accurancy and strength 
In their 34-20 defeat of Austin Peay. 

The first score of the game came on a typical, bruising 
drive by Larry Mathews. The play was set up by a beauti- 
ful 44-yard pass from Walker to end Tim Kalthoff. Mathews 
had a tremendous night as he scored three touchdowns and 
gained 51 yards In 18 carries. 

Monster-man Gary Draper raced to the end zone after 
Phil Watts blocked a Governor punt to give MTSU Its 
second score of the evening. 

Jamie Jamison ran the second-half kick-off 48 yards to 
the Govs' 47. Mathews drove over from the nine In that 
many plays. A 58-yard bomb from Walker to Pat Morrison 
gave the Big Blue a 27-13 lead at the end of the third quar- 
ter. Mathews rammed into the Austin Peay end zone before 
the Govs raised their losing effort to 34-20. 



YARDSTICK 






MTSU 


APSU 


F.rst Downs 


13 


16 


Rushinq Yardaqe 


97 


179 


Passing Yardage 


232 


1 10 


Passes 


1 1-20-0 


II-2I-I 


Punts 


5-31.6 


8-32.9 


Fumbles Lost 


2 


1 


Yards Penalized 


63 


47 




Dunn and Coach Hayes go over next play. 



Morrison foppled by Governor. 




MALLORY ELROD 
Junior Guard 



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Junior Guard 



JIMMY DUNN 
Sophomore Linebacker 



JOE JONES 
Sophomore Guard 



MIKE COWAN 
Freshman Guard 





Walker Great in UTMB Loss 



Despite his feam's losing effort, Billy Walker shined as he 
shattered MTSU and OVC records in MTSU's high-scoring 
loss to UT-Martln. He completed 29 of 44 passes for 326 
yards and five touchdowns, hie also completed I I consecu- 
tive passes. 

Walker wasn't the only star that day, however. Steve 
Colquitt, promising freshman end, was the game's leading 
scorer as he caught two touchdown passes and a two-point 
conversion pass to give him 14 points for his afternoon's 
work. Jamie Jamison also racked up two touchdowns and 
caught eight passes for 118 yards. Defensively, linebacker 
Jimmy Dunn had 14 individual tackles and three assists. End 
Charlie Daniel put in double duty as he not only had a 
good day defensively, but also gof in on an offensive 
maneuver to score a two-point conversion. 

The Raiders started out slowly, but once they got going, 
they never quit. MTSU's final score came with less than 
three minutes to go with a big 45-yard toss from Walker to 
senior end hierbert Owenby. 



Coach Lear checks Raider defense. 




YARDSTICK 






MTSU 


UTMB 


First Downs 


25 


22 


Rushing Yardage 


40 


277 


Passing Yardage 


326 


103 


Passes 


29-44-2 


9-14-0 


Punts 


4-36 


3 36 


Fumbles Lost 





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Yards Penalized 


89 


62 



DAVID DUVALL 
Freshman Linebaclte 



JOHNNY BEENE 
Sophomore Cen* 



ANDY THOMPSON 
Sophomore Guard 



RALPH OVERTON 
Junior Taclde 




TOM MOORE 
Freshman Taclde 



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Senior Tackle 



JIM WILHITE 
Senior Tackle 



IKE FRANKLIN 

Junior Tackle 



ANDY KING 
Sophomore Tackle 



FRANK VICTORY 
Senior Tackle 



MTSU Upsets Western 



The Raiders' spectacular upset of Western Kentucky 
backed up Coach Murphy's statement that "quitters never 
win, and winners never quit. " 

After Western's two touchdowns, MTSU got on the 
scoreboard when Ralph Overton and Ken Caplenor nailed 
a Hilltopper in his end zone for a safety. Then Jamie 
Jamison returned their punt to the Western 41. Walker 
then found Jamison and moved the ball to the 20. Then 
Larry Hayes found himself standing all alone in the end 
zone with the football in his hands and the Raiders' first 
TD on the scoreboard. Freshmen Mike Townsend converted 
perfectly and the Bluemen started to work on Western. 
Herbert Owenby caught a controversial touchdown in the 
fourth quarter to put the lid on MTSU's Homecoming 
celebrations with a score of 16-14. 





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YARDSTICK 






MTSU 


Western 


First Downs 


16 


16 


Rushing Yardaqe 


77 


174 


Passing Yardage 


148 


88 


Passes 


16-37-7 


10-22-0 


Punfs 


6-37 


7-29.9 


Fumbles Lost 


2 


1 


Yards Penalized 


46 


82 



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KEN RUSHLOW 


MIKE TOWNSEND 


KEN CAPLENOR 


TIM KALTHOFF 


Freshman Tackle 


Freshman Guard 


Freshman Tackle 


Senior End 


Junior End 



Walker's "Super-Arm" strikes again. 




Raiders Romp Over ETSU 



MTSU racked up a big OVC win as they rallied to defeat 
East Tennessee by a score of 36-26 in their game at Johnson 
City. 

Once again Billy Walker's "Super-Arm" made the dif- 
ference on the scoreboard. After Mike Jones intercepted 
an ETSU pass, Walker hit Jamie Jamison for the first Raider 
touchdown. Alert defensive tackle Frank Victory pounced 
on a loose ball setting up a score by Larry Mathews. A two- 
point pass from Walker to Steve Colquitt put MTSU in 
front 15-14. 

Ron Johnson recovered a fumble on the following kick- 
off to put the Raiders on the ETSU 22. Six plays later, Gene 
Carney raced over from the seven. Carney was instrumental 
in the next score as Walker found him for two big plays 
including the TD. 

Tim Kalthoff caught a dazzling 59-yard pass which set 
up the Raiders' final tally by Gary Wright. 



YARDSTICK 






MTSU 


ETSU 


First Downs 


18 


13 


Rushing Yardage 


148 


38 


Passing Yardage 


190 


231 


Passes 


16-28-1 


12-28-2 


Punts 


5-48 


6-43,8 


Fumbles Lost 


3 


2 


Yards Penalized 


36 


47 



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Senior End Freshnnan End 



Raiders Cook Tech Turkeys 



Quarterback Billy Walker was on target again as 
"Murphy's Marauders" mauled Tennessee Tech, but the most 
sensational pass of the afternoon was thrown by halfback 
Gene Carney. 

The Raiders exploded in the second quarter scoring three 
touchdowns in 2 minutes 58 seconds. Larry Mathews got the 
first Raider touchdown on a run from the 13-yard line. Senior 
Herbert Owenby scored next after a Mike Matheny inter- 
ception. Tech fumbled the second play after the following 
kick-off and end Charlie Daniel recovered for MTSU. Then 
Gene Carney surprised everyone when he completed a 
30-yard pass, after receiving a hand-off from Walker, to 
Owenby. 

In the second half, Jimmy Dunn intercepted a Tech pass 
setting up hierb Owenby's third touchdown of the day. The 
33-20 victory gave the Raiders sole possession of third place 
in the OVC and gave Coach Murphy a 5-5 season. 



YARDSTICK 






MTSU 


TTU 


First Downs 


26 


14 


Rushing Yardage 


186 


165 


Passing Yardage 


238 


149 


Passes 


20-38-3 


1 1-23-4 


Punts 


3-37.3 


5-37.2 


Fumbles Lost 


1 


2 


Yards Penalized 


68 


35 




Walker calls signals against Tech. 



Overfon takes a rest during Tech game. 




DAVID HERBERT 


PHIL WATTS 


CHARLES DANIEL 


HERBERT OWENBY 


STEVE COLQUITT 


Sophomore End 


Junior End 


Junior End 


Senior End 


Freshman End 





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1967-68 BLUE RAIDER BASKETBALL TEAM — First Row: Bill Coolc 
(Mqr.), Leon Mooneyhan (Trainer), Tommy Brown, Darryl Bentson, 
Rick Lasseter, Willie Brown, Stan Sumrell, Terry Scott, Brad Wilson 
Adrian Smiley (Mgr.), Harold Murff (Mqr,). Second Row: Grad. Asst. 



Coach Jim Bratton, Coach Ken. Trickey, Arthur Polk (Co-Capt.), Fred 
Howard (Co-Capt,), Derry Cochran, Steve Snyder, Frank Harris, Ken 
Riley, Asst. Coach Jimmy Earle, Buddy Koorice (Mqr.), 



BASKETBALL 



Whether It was his outstanding coaching ability or his 
adept recruiting of excellent basketball players, no one 
doubted that Coach Ken Trickey and his staff produced 
one of the finest teams seen perform at MTSU in a number 
of years. 

The Raider varsity had a fabulous season, finishing with 
an over-all record of 15 wins and 9 losses. They wound up 
with a 7-7 record in the OVC. This was their best year since 
entering the Ohio Valley Conference In 1952. The future 
looks even brighter for the Raider Roundballers as they will 
lose only one senior, Co-captain Fred hloward. 

Many school records fell this season — nine to be exact. 
Two new team records were set: The Most Field Goals 



Made in One Season of 738 which accounted for the hfigh- 
est Point Average for One Season — 80.6. Ken Riley set a 
new season rebounding mark of 338. The other six records 
were chalked up by Wondrous Willie Brown, hie had the 
Highest Individual Point Average for a Season with 23.2 
points per game which was also the season high in the OVC. 
Also he had the Most Individual Points Scored in a Season 
with 556 points. Willie set new marks in the Most Field 
Goals Attempted (543) and Made (229) in One Season and 
the Most Field Goals Attempted (36) and Made (17) in One 
game. Besides these honors, Willie was High Scorer in 17 
of the team's 24 games. 

In addition to Brown and "rebounder-supreme" Riley 



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Riley scrambles for ball against Belmont. 





Sumrell and Riley surround Transylvania forward. 




Coach Ken Trickey with Co-cap*ains, Fred Howard and Art Polk. 



were two other regular starters. Co-captain Art Polk, an- 
other "jumping-jack," put in an outstanding season both 
offensively and defensively. Probably the best defensive 
man on the team was Terry Scott who had the difficult.^ but 
well-done task of keeping some of the season's most rugged, 
individual competitors at their minimum performance levels. 
Two players seeing a considerable amount of action were 
Derry Cochran and Stan Sumrell who often shared starting 
duties. Big Derry, a sophomore at 6-10, was very good on 
the boards and will be seeing a lot more varsity activity. 
"Slippery" Stan Sumrell, also a sophomore, showed excel- 
lent potential in his first year on the varsity squad. The team 
had great depth with the crowd-pleasing ball-handler, Tom 



Riley brings down rebound in win over Austin Peay. 





Sumrell up for two against APSU. 



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Bentson adds two to Raider scoreboard. 




Riley slaps ball away from Murray defender. 



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Brown, Darryl "Wild Man" Bentson, Brad Wilson, Fred 
Howard, Steve Snyder, and Rick Lasseter. 

The Raiders began their season at Nashville by falling to 
Western Kentucky 91-76 in the first round of the Ohio 
Valley Conference Tournament. Then they picked up five 
quick wins before traveling to Murray to lose a squeaker of 
77-74. Back home again, the Big Blue knocked off a couple 
of OVC rivals, one of which was a 76-622 win over the 
Trade School from Cookeville. The Trickeymen continued in 
fine form and picked up a 100-83 win over UTMB. Then, on 
February 3 came the game of the year when, to the shock of 
the Hilltoppers, Middle Tennessee handed Western Ken- 
tucky a last-minute defeat of 84-83! By the end of the 
season, everyone all over the OVC had set up and taken 
notice of the strength displayed by MTSU. Murray was the 
only team in the OVC who managed to beat the Raiders at 
home, while the Bluemen took both tilts from Austin Peay 
to break even in OVC competition. 



Wondrous Willie makes an easy lay-up. 
Polli snatches one off the board in a victory over Eastern. 



Willie Brown blocks Belmont shot. 





Oglethorpe shot knocked away by Polk. 



Petrel picks up loose ball before Wilson can get to it. 



Riley goes up for shot in annual Blue-White game. 



Riley steals ball in Raider loss at Murray. 





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Riley awaits rebound. 




OVC Tournament (W. Ky 
UT-Martin Branch 

Beliarmine 

Chattanooga 

Belmont 

Oglethorpe (one overtime 

Murray State 

East Tennessee 

Tennessee Tech 

Morehead State 

Eastern Kentucky 

Austin Peay . 

Murray State 

UT-Martin Branch 

Western Kentucky 

Oglethorpe 

Chattanooga 

Tennessee Tech 

East Tennessee 

Eastern Kentucky 

Morehead State 

Transylvania 

Austin Peay 

Western Kentucky 



1967-68 RECORD 








MTSU 


Opp. 


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76 


9! 




88 


69 




. , 87 


72 




. . . 88 


66 




77 


68 


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77 


75 




. 74 


77 




. 72 


63 




76 


62 




69 


84 




. 76 


98 




97 


92 




72 


9! 




100 


83 




84 


83 




81 


91 




78 


70 




65 


67 




74 


100 




83 


81 




92 


88 




92 


73 




86 


78 




7! 


94 



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Sumrell hits fhe board as Governors wafch. 





ScoH drops in two against APSU. 



Riley puts one up in win over Western. 



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In The Spring, A Young Man's Thoughts Turn To . . . SPORTS 



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BASEBALL 



In his third year as head baseball coach, Jimmy Earle has 
built his team into one of the finest in the OVC. The team, 
whose activities have increased in popularity, swung their 
way into one of their best seasons ever at MTSU. 

The Raider baseballers, who were very good defensively, 
had a strong Infield composed of Butch McGrath, pitcher; 
Butch Wright, catcher; Tom Brightwell, first base; Don Tar- 
ter, second base; Brady Straub, shortstop; and John Price, 
third base. The outfielders on the squad were Jackie Carver, 
Charlie Daniel, Taylor Edwards, Butch Green, C. W. Patter- 
son, and Danny Sandlin. Along with McGrath the pitching 
crew included Gary Chrlsman, the "Submariner" Gregg 
Cunnynham, John Finney. Chuck Machado, and Billy Walker. 




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COACH JIMMY EARLE 



First Row: John Heatherly, David Fairbanks. Tommy Eiselstein, Leon 
Rash, Rick Evans, Danny Sandlin. Brady Straub, Don Tarter (Captain). 
Tony Kessinqer. Second Row: Billy Walker, John Finney, Larry Man- 
qrum, Tom Schambprg, John Price, Tom Brightwell. Jackie Carver, 
Butch Green, Dutch Wright, Jeff Sakas, Gary Chrlsman, Chuck Macha- 



do. Third Row: Coach Jimmy Earle, Pot Graves (Mgr.). Jimmy White 
(Mqr.). Charlie Daniel. Butch McGrath. Mike Townsend. Gregg 
Cunnynqham. Taylor Edwards. Jamie Jamison. Jack Martin (Grad. Asst. 
Coach). Richard Howell (Grad. Asst. Coach). Johnny Grimes (Mgr.). 





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Price picks man off third. 



Raider slides to third. 




'Now, when I say 'slide,' I want you to SLIDE!" 



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Tarter blasts one to Western Ky. outfield. 




Quick play finds Raider half a step late. 



Cunnyngham awaits hurling duty. 





168 TRACK TEAM— First Row: Bill Sharp. Lonnell Poole, Mike Bailey, 
Mike Stevens Phlll.p Gardner, Don Jones. Steve Barrett, Pat Lynch, 
Pat "Dustv" Huqhes, David Wyatt. Second Row: Randall Brady. Den- 



nis Bandy, Terry Scott, Steve Colquitt, Ken Riley, Charlie Dahlgren, 
Stan Sumrell, Jerry Singleton. Jon "Buck" Edwards, Howard Yates. 



COACH DEAN HAYES 



TRACK 



In his short tenure at MTSU Coach Dean hiayes has 
tremendously upgraded the performance of the Raider thin 
lies and, In doing so, has helped boost the sport from the 
spectators' standpoint. 

With only three seniors on the team, fans can count on 
continued Raider success on the Track and in the field. Sen- 
ior Don Jones, an OVC record-holder In the 440 interme- 
diate hurdles, finished in his consistent good form. Mike 
Stevens, also a senior, ended a spectacular college career 
leaving two school records in the pole vault and high jump. 
The third fourth-year man. hloward Yates, also contributed 
running strength in the mile. 

Other top performers this season were distance-man 
,Charlie Dahlgren and sprinter Jerry Singleton. Thcee run- 
ners. Dusty Hughes, Lonnell Poole, and David Wyatt, added 
great depth on the track. Ace fieldmen were Steve Col 
guitt, Buck Edwards, and Stan Sumrell. 



184 





Freshman Lynch clears hurdle 




Edwards hurls the discus. 




186 




Singleton and Jones — OVC Record-holders. 



Poole's persistent practicing paid oft with an indoor 70-yard hurdles record. 





TENNIS 



Middle Tennessee's tennis team again posted an outstand- 
ing season against their toughest schedule ever. Since as- 
suming his position in 1964, Coach G. R. "Buck" Bouldin has 
commanded a superb record of winning teams. 

The MTSU netmen for this season included powerful John 
Prevost, senior and captain of this year's squad. The twc 
other seniors were Jim Seymour and Steve Wakefield, a 
skillful doubles team. The only junior on the squad was Mike 
Albano, a consistent stand-out. Sophomores Mike hHamman 
and Tom Magner were two very good players with bright 
futures. Freshman Charlie Beckham was strong In his college 
tennis debut. 

The Raider racketeers opened their season by downing 
Ball State 9-0 and went to Chattanooga In April to defend 
their two-year TIAC championship. One interesting note Ir. 
that this excellent Tennessee team had no natlve-Tennessean 
on it. The boys' homes ranged from Florida to Canada! 



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Magner and Prevost work out their doubles strategy 



Albano demonstrates his bullet-like serve 




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1968 TENNIS TEAM— Coach G. R. Buck" Bouldin, Captain; John 
Prevost, Mike Albano. Charlie Beckham. Mike Hamman; Tom Maqner. 
Steve Wakefield. (Absent from picture: Jim Seymour.) 



Albano, Hamman, and Wakefield practice to perfect their form. 




189 




Clay Holloway sets for a drive. 



Kraft watches Whiteside sink putt. 



GOLF 




The 1968 golf team continued their winning tradition this 
spring under the direction of the 1967 OVC "Coach of the 
Year," Dr. Elbert K. Patty. The future looks just as bright as 
they had only one senior, Captain Craig Stoudner, on the 
team. 

The golfers began their season on the links with several 
trophies to their credit. They were the 1967 TIAC Cham- 
pions, NCAA Invitational Tournament Champions, Murray 
Invitational Tournament Champions, and the OVC Cham- 
pions. Their foes soon learned what a formidable group 
these boys were as they racked up another brilliant season 
record. 

The boys were so equal'y ranked that no one player was 
an obvious stand-out in the spring. However, three Raider 
golfers attained individual recognition in their 1967 tour. 
Ernie Adcock was Tennessee Intercollegiate medalist, Art 
Kraft was medalist in the NCAA Invitational Tourney, and 
Jeff Riley captured the medalist trophy in the OVC Tour- 
nament. 



Art Kraft chips to green. 



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DR. E. K. PATTY 
Golf Coach 



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1968 RAIDER GOLF TEAM — Front Row: Mike Whiteside, Craig 
Stoudner (Capfain), Joel Perantie. Ardie Knight. Second Row: Art 
Kraft. Ernie Adcock, Clay Holloway, Jeff Riley. 




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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



Each year a number of freshman boys come to college a 
couple of weeks early hoping to secure a position on the 
varsity football squad. Some of these freshmen have already 
been recruited — others are just wanting to continue in a 



sport which they enjoyed playing in high school. Many of 
the beginning gridmen make it while most of them are "red- 
shlrted" for possible future Raider action. 



First Row: Pat Dron, Bobby Gatlin, Ken Rushlow. Jerry Wright, Mike 
Locke, Billy Jarrett, Maynard Carnahan, Jere Hamrick, Tom Rowland, 
Ken Martin, Greq Arnold, Darrel Stutler. Second Row: Bronce Atch- 
ley, Al Pond, Ken Forkum, Bob Schamberg, David McGuire, David Link, 
Bill Sisco. Mike Merlin, John Heatherly, Ken Lewis, Jerry Herndon, 



Jimmy Anderson, Brett Blevins. Third Row: Gene McCluskey. Billy 
Dorrls, Tony Spitzer, Jackie Acuff. Bill Bryson, Ken Kunrock, Tom 
Moore, David Duvall, David Cole, Wes Sykes, Ron Dacus. Harold 

Ellen, Harold Patterson. 




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First Row; Coach .lirr 
Bubba Yarbrouqh, Ga 
Mooneyhan (Trainer), 



my Earle. 
ry Tassin. 
Jay Cole 



Adrian Smiley 
David Gibson 
(Grad. Asst.l 



(Mgr.), Roger Fisher, 

Gipson Baucom, Leon 

Second Row: Gene 



Crippen (Student Asst.|, Buddy Koonce (Mgr.), James Nlckens, Clay 
Newman, Don Lockrldge (Captain), Bill Cook (Mgr.), Harold Mur^f 
(Mgr.). 



Frosh get their first taste ot college basketball 
White game. 




FRESHMAN 
BASKETBALL 



The 1967-68 freshman basketball team met some very 
tough first-year competition in their campaign this winter. 
The team, coached by Jimmy Earle, did not equal post- 
season records of previous years, but displayed some fine 
talent upon which the varsity can depend in future years. 
The frosh round-ballers, led by Captain Don Lockridge, fin- 
ished the season with a 9- 1 I record. 



193 




First Row: JeVena Armstron9, Connie Parkhurst, Claudia Waller, Jan- 
Ice Fann. Second Row: Sandra Baugh, Joe Davis, Bryant Millsaps, John 



Polk, Anne Abbott. On shoulders: Brenda Martin, Fradonna Phil 
Carole Moore. 



CHEERLEADERS 



Bringing a new spark of pep and vitality to the Raider 
sports scene, the cheerleaders have provided our Bluennen 
on the field and on the floor with enthusiastic fans to give 
that extra "umph!" to the games. This type of "Raiders ail 
the way!" spirit has provided the missing link in Middle 
Tennessee's chain of victory. Friday night bonfires, souvenir 



footballs and basketballs, never-ending yelling and bell-ring- 
ing have thrown a new light on school spirit. 

Led by Captain Carole Moore and Co-captain Anne Ab- 
bott, this year's "crowd-rousers" have given many hours of 
hard work, preparation, and natural enthusiasm which have 
combined to provide MTSU with school spirit which has 
been noticed not only on campus, but all around the OVC. 



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Cheerleaders boost spectators during Homecoming festivities. 






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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



"The company of Jesus Is not people streaming to a shrine; and it is not people 
making up an audience for a speaker; it is laborers engaged in the harvesting task of 
reaching their perplexed and seeking brethren with something so vital that, If it is 
received, it will change their lives." (Elton Trueblood) 

The BSU, in an attempt to minister, sponsors a variety of activities In which all 
MTSU students are eligible to participate , . . Noonday Lunch and Devotion at 12:10 
dally . . . Vespers at 6:00 each Wednesday . . . Special Study Groups organized 
periodically . . . Summer Missions, raising $1800 and sending students to home and 
foreign projects . . . European Folk Singing Group, Israel Work Camp, Michigan Work 
Camp, Jamacia . . . Fall Retreat . . . Fall Convention, October 11-13, 1968, Murfrees- 
boro . . . Spring Retreat . . . Missions Conference, Louisville . . . Extension and Choir 
Trips to churches . . . biweekly trips to V.A. hlospital for bowling and games . . . 
Youth Revivals . . . Intramural football league champs . . . Open House after Football 
games . . . Socials. 




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ith the Red Door 




First Row: Sandra Bauqh, Linda Hall, Whyte McKnight, Janice Under- 
wood, Ginger Brooks, Sylvia Outland. Party Mather. Jane Franklin, Mary 
Keating, Myma Morgan. Second Row: Angle Holnnes, Phyllis McCon- 
nell, Leia Varner, Carolyn Prevatte, Ronl Eaves, Linda Tatum, Susie 
Jackson, Dianna Hall, Melody Jennings, Linda Telford. Third Row: 
John Givan, Ann Farnsv/orth, Monetta Smith, Debbie White, Libby 
Roberson, Judy Slayden, Donna Lively, Sheila Moss, Patricia Duncan, 
C. W. Patterson. Fourth Row: Jack Birchett, Randy Brown, Reese Grif- 
fin, Mack Hannah, Buddy Sullivan, Dennis Rainier, Phil Hicks, Larry 
Blick, Mike Bailey, David Mathis. Terry Davis, Pete Atchley, Rev. Henry 
Ramser, Director. 



198 




The Pentecostal Church Group Is in its second full year 
at MTSU. The main goal of this group is to promote fellow- 
ship among students from five different Pentecostal de- 
nominations represented on our campus. This is achieved 
through the weekly Wednesday-night organized programs 
of worship and planned projects and activities throughout 
the year. At Christmas time, the group chose to support 
a needy Murfreesboro family. Members of the group visited 
the family and gave them food and clothing. Car washes 
and a candy sale provided funds for such projects. 



Sea+ed: Reverend Leroy Forgey. Jessie Vee Williams. Norita Grenz, 
Vice-President; Carole Stubbs, President: Janice Britton, Secretary: 
Judy Kerley, Treasurer; Helen Whitaker, Rosa Medley. Standing: John 
Davis. 



PENTECOSTAL 
CHURCH GROUP 



The annual fall retreat at Crystal Springs initiated the 
activities of this growing church group on the MTSU cam- 
pus. Many laughs and memories will be retained from one 
of the early activities — a Halloween costume party. For 
the Homecoming activities, the Cumberland Presbyterian 
chose "A Time for Making Religion Real" as the theme 
for the float which was to represent this group. At Christ- 
mas time, they sponsored a child from the Good Shepherd's 
Home as a part of the annual ASB Christmas party. The 
members also enjoyed caroling, and refreshments at the 
home of one of their sponsors during this season. A fre- 
quent activity of the Cumberland Presbyterian Group is par- 
ticipation in the services and activities of the local Cumber- 
land Presbyterian Church in Murfreesboro. 



CUMBERLAND 
PRESBYTERIAN GROUP 



First Row: Danny Jennings, Vice-President: Carol Murrie, Vice-Presi- 
dent: Terrell Bain. President: Ann Shipley. House of Representatives; 
Patsy Stubblefield. Social Director. Second Row: Shirley Jared, Dianne 
Parks, Gail Klzer, Narcissa Mahurin, June Elmore, Belva Lee. Third Row: 
Area Howard, Joyce Smith, Marsha Plemons. Patrica Price, Ann 
Strickland. Fourth Row: Nancy Griffin, Gwen Turner. Dr. Robert Aden, 
Advisor: Mr. Charles Grover, Sponsor: Stanley Mahurin, James Cra- 
ven, Mrs. May Grover, Sponsor; Rebecca Feller. 




A New Home for Church of Christ 




February I, 1968 marks a milestone in the history of the 
MTSU Church of Christ Group — a new gathering place for 
religious activities was founded. Monday night devotlonals 
and Wednesday night meetings will generally be concen- 
trated In the new home, A fall retreat at Camp fHy-Lake 
served to orient new members into the organization and 
plan for the coming year's activities. In the spring, a retreat 
held at Montgomery Bell State Park tied together the year's 
endeavors. An annual project for the group is participation 
ih the Homecoming parade. The float for this year was 
themed "Go with the Change." A display was presented at 
the annual Club Night to introduce freshmen and new stu- 
dents to the MTSU Church of Christ Group. 




Activities which represent Christian fellowship and spiritual growth — 
the purposes of the organization — are displayed at the annual Club 
Night. 










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nade the fall retreat at Camp Hy-Lake a tremendous 



Byron and Pat help make plans for the comi 
year — for the Church of Christ Group, that is. 



First Row: Ruth Vaughan, Joan Leighton, Janice Lusk, Darlene Derry- 
berry, Elizabeth Daniel, Jo Ann Mathls, Sharyn Campbell, Rita Wells, 
Barbara Delk, House of Representatives; Glenda Martin, Secretary; 
Carter Hill, President; Marsha Ccoper, Treasurer; Jim Lawson, Vice- 
president; Judy Smith, Irish Harris, Pat Hooten, Lynda Burton, Judy 
Rawdon, Janice Trimble, Kittle Myatt, Carolyn Clark. Second Row: 
Mary Jarrett, Sharon Owens, Carol Rutledge, Lee Marlin, Patty Owen, 
Marsha Osgathorp, Mary Kathorine Ferrell, Fred Porter, Charles Jar- 
rett, Joe Collins, John Dodson, Clay Holloway, Linda Peterson, Shirley 
Turney, Susan Justus, Patsy Hooper, Dr. C. Wymer Wiser, Marvin 
Jarrett. Third Row: Ronnie Tennant, Sandra Watson, Bob E. Martin, 



Jane Boyce, Eddie Rees, Mary Jo Young, Candy Wilson, Barbara 
Jennings, Linda Nance, Sandra Hunnicutt, Alan Brakeblll, Pat King, 
Byron Coulter, Wayne McNeal, Pam Green Wayne Lazenby, Jimmy 
Johnson, Srenda Mack, Ben McFarlin, Connie David. Fourth Row: lona 
Reynolds. Bill Hunter, Joyce Moofehead, Charles Smith, Patricia Trls- 
ler. Tommy Ryan, Barbara JHead, Faye Waldron Melba Riley, Peggy 
Hooten. Wiley Dean, Roger Turney, Ava Jordan, Suzanne Meadow, 
Betty Ann Hunter, Patricia Delk. Gall Mathls, Francille Willard, Sharon 
Ellis, Fred Poe. Advisors: Dr. C. Wymer Wiser Miss Christine Vaughan. 
Miss Sondra Wilcox. 



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NEWMAN CLUB 



The Newman Club serves as the vital link between the Catholic student and his 
church. The members enjoy many activities together. Each Wednesday night Father 
Rudisill conducts mass at the Catholic Student Center, which was dedicated in the 
spring. Communion Sunday is held the third Sunday of each month and is followed 
by a breakfast. At the Regional Newman Congress held in Franklin, Tennessee, repre- 
sentatives swapped ideas with other Tennessee Catholic students. The theme of the 
three day convention was "Establishing a Christian Community." The Roman Catholic 
representatives joined with Canterbury members at Monteagle, Tennessee for a 
Roman-Anglican Dialogue. The joint conference centered discussions on race, super 
abundance, and war and peace. The theme was "Christians in Solution." 




Each Wednesday nighl mass Is conducted at the new Newman Cente 



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First Row: Mike Potts, Bob Schamberg Carolyn Morns Maqqie Jar 
rell, Nick Rose. President; Mary Jean Mangrum, Religious Chairnnan; 
Cheryl Allen, Corresponding Secretary: Carolyn Forte, Recording Sec- 
retary; Patricia Brown, Treasurer; Cliff Gillespie, House of Representa- 
tives; Dave Dilllck, Vice President; Juanita Dillick, Bill Westlake, Ser- 
qeant at .Arms; Andy Kirsch, Mary Knight, Kelly Sharbel. Second Row: 
Tee Duckle. Tee Swanson, Randall Elliott, Theresa Ricco, Mary Jo 
Curley, Mark Benko, Dot Holzapfel, Paul Stacey, Philip Baltz, Laura 
Drawdy, Linda Gllliland, Gloria Barnette, Donna Bruha, Helen Rotella' 
Linda Simpson, Patricia Vadnais, Bill Connolly, Louie Long. 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 



Wesley Foundation is the Methodist Student Center, the 'Stone House," and is 
located across from Clement and Gore Hall. The purpose of the Wesley Foundation 
is to provide the ministry of the Methodist Church to the university community. 

"Wesley" has an extensive program on campus. Each Wednesday night at the 
Wesley house are programs of varied types: speakers, missionaries, drama, and films. 
On Sunday morning the group meets for coffee and donuts, follovv'ed by a Sunday 
School class. On Thursday morning a short devotional prayer meeting is held. 

The group also participates in community services such as Project Headstart and 
volunteer Sunday School teaching. Two weekend retreats emphasize study and fun in 
a camp or state park setting. 




First Row: Richard Arnold. Linda Taylor, Publicity Chairman; Gay Lee. 
Secretary: Janice Duclcer. Susan Smith. President: Becky Williams. Alan 
Knight. Gary Brodioi. hlouse of Representatives: Glenna Wells, Treas- 
urer; George Jaclcson, Cathy Clemer. Jim Folk. Vice President. Second 
Row: Phyllis Jean Neal. Barbara Adams. Sue Earl Heathman. Helen 
Mason. Nancy Randolph, Marilyn Meador. Nancy Anderson. N.ircy 
Ezell. Johnny Hawkins. J. D. Bradley. Third Row: Paul E. Ducker, Ad- 
visor: Richard Shriver, Director; Joy Shriver. Joyce Godsey. Patsy 
Troupe, Bonnie Ruth Troupe. Jan Thompson, Olivia Powell, Libby Miller. 
Anne Ray. Fourth Row: Arthur V. Murrell. Minister; Paul Hicks. Steve 
Mason, Jerold W. Box, Nolen Brunson. Alan Maxwell. 



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Sharon Patton, Elaine Barnhill, _Anne Adams, Joyce Martin, John Hart. 



WESTMINSTER 
FELLOWSHIP 



OFFICERS 

Moderator Elaine Barnhill 

Vice Moderator Sharon Patton 

Secretary-Treasurer Joyce Martin 

hlouse of Representatives Serri Pekala 

Project Chairmen John hiart, Anne Adams 

Advisor Mr. Bob LaLance 



The Westminster Fellowship is the organization of Presby- 
terian students which through fellowship and study seeks to 
strengthen and promote Christian life on campus. The organ- 
ization, known as the Westminster Fellowship of the Synod 
of Tennessee, is a body of the Presbyterian Church of the 
United States. The campus group meets once each week 
for student planned programs that include films, guest 
speakers, and panel discussions on religious and social topics. 

Among the activities of the year are aid and participa- 
tion in the Day Care Center at the First Presbyterian 
Church and clean-up projects at the church. Along with a 
trip to Urbana, Illinois to an Inter-Varsity Missions Convoca- 
tion, the members enjoyed two retreats during the spring. 
Camp John Knox on Watts Bar Lake and Camp NaCome 
near Centerviile, Tennessee provided the settings. 



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Working m close contact with the Episcopal Church Is the 
Canterbury Association under the direction of Reverend 
Franklin Ferguson. Each Wednesday night the group meets 
at the home of Dean and Mrs. Chester Burns for informal 
discussions about current campus problems. At one meeting 
slides were shown by Father Ferguson of the National Cathe- 
dral in Washington, D. C. 

The Informal atmosphere provides a free opportunity for 
members to escape the confusion of campus life Three rep- 
resentatives journeyed to Monteagle to a Roman-Anglican 
Dialogue at which Canterbury and Roman Catholics were 
represented. Members who attended were Dennis LovelL 
Elizabeth Thaxton, and Marjory Tredinnlck. 



First Row; Elaine Hlnson, Elizabeth Thacbton, Secretary; Elaine Ladd, 
Jeanne Sanders, President: Ginny Ray, Pris Cartwright, Patricia Cham- 
lee, Marqie Tredinnick. Second Row: William Patrick, Gordon N. Tay- 
lor, Rick Warwick. Joe Storey, Rev. Franklin Ferguson, Royal Roseberry, 
Denis Lovell. Vice-President. 



CANTERBURY 
ASSOCIATION 




The Lutheran Student Assoclallon attempts to study, dis- 
cuss, and experience the various interrelationships of life and 
worship. At the weekly church night meetings speakers on 
timely topics are heard. The Association sponsored a float 
In the homecoming parade and a child at the ASB Christ- 
mas party. Another project was the giving of dictionaries 
to the Tennessee Vocational School for Girls. 



Seated: Roqe.' McMillan, Emllle Keister Carol Churchill, Jean Johnke 
Jennifer Curry, Pam Goff, Gary Goff. Standing; David Hufmangle 
Alfred Dodson, President. Not Pictured: Rev. John W. Suryers, Advisor 
Rev. Thomas Carlson, Advisor. 



LUTHERAN 
STUDENT GROUP 






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First Row: Linda Taylor, Phylli'; Jean Neal, Nancy Randolph. Marilyn 

Meador, Janice Ducker, Susan Smith, House of Representatives; Terrel 
Bain, President: Ginger Brooks, Secretary-Treasurer; Sylvia Outland, 
Nancy Anderson, Becky Williams, Jan Thompson. Second Row: Richard 
Arnold, Arthur Murrell, Carol Murrie. Barbara Adams, Sue Earl Heath- 
man, Marsha Plemons, Nancy Griffin, Gail Kizer, Linda Telford, Helen 
Mason, Gay Lee, Johnny Hawkins, Henry Ramser, James Craven. Third 
Row: Richard Shirver, Joy Shirver, Joyce Godsey, Patsy Troupe, Bonnie 
Ruth Troupe, Glenna Wells. Patricia Duncan, Nancy Exell, Idella Brad- 
ley, Whyte McKnight, Fourth Row; Lee Webb, Olivia Powell, Anne 
Ray. Libby Muler, George Jackson, Gary Brodioi, Pete Atchle/. Phil 
Hicks. Steve Mason, Nolen Brunson, Alan Maxwell, John Givan David 
Mathis, David Page. 



STUDENT 
CHRISTIAN UNION 

The Student Christian Union is a growing and upv/ard 
bound organization. It is made up of all denominational 
church groups who wish to participate. The annual tree-light- 
ing at President Cope's home evidenced the Christmas spirit 
on the MTSU campus. Most of all, the group endeavors 
to bring about unity of all church groups with the same be- 
liefs in God. 




First Row: Darlene Schwartz, Claudia Copeland. Second Row: Mike 
Pomeck, Olivia Powell. Denle Smith, Fradonna Phillips, Richard Thomp- 
son. Third Row: Mike Putman, Madeline Tilford, President; Patti Moore, 
Larry Cox, Miss Fog, Sponsor. Fourth Row: Steve Simonds. Bob Cooke! 
Ron Nelson. 



TRITON CLUB 



The Tritons, although small in number, are skillful aquatic 
performers and compose the splashingest club on campus. 
Regular meetings allow time to practice for several public 
performances to be presented during the year. The high- 
light of the year is the annual Spring Water Show which 
is presented in the glare of flashing lights and music. This 
year the Tritons entered the Synchronized Swim Workshop. 



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Block and Bridle Club Sponsors Little International 

The judging block of the cattleman and the tanned bridle of the horseman are the 
symbols of one of MTSU's most active clubs. The Block and Bridle Club, which was 
organized in 1959, has as its primary purpose promoting animal husbandry in the 
area served by Middle Tennessee State University. The MTSU chapter is now a 
member of the National Block and Bridle Club. Each year the club sponsors an FFA 
Opportunity Day and judges teams for the Southern Region Livestock and Dairy 
Conferences. The one accomplishment highlighting the seven-year existence of the 
club is the organizing of the Intercollegiate Cattle Judging Conference of which 
six colleges are now members. A Block and Bridle Club Little International Is held, 
consisting of a cattle show by the livestock management class combined with sorority 
and fraternity activities which Include a tug-of-war, a goat-milking contest, a greased- 
pig chase, and others. Rotating trophies will be awarded the winning groups. 
Throughout the year, several guest speakers, films, and other such activities are 
provided to stimulate Interest in agriculture. 




Pint Row: Mary J. Young, Secretary; Jerry Ray, Treasurer; Donald 
Cathey, President; Jerry Stephens, Vice-President; Ruth Cunningham, 
House of Representatives. Second Row: Jerry Mansfield, Reporter; 
Eddie Rees, Bruce Jordan, Bill Dinning, Tony Lancaster, Doyle Evans. 
Third Row: Mr. J. E. Young, Advisor; Jimmy Akers, Don Beshears, 
Larry O'Neal. 



Donald Cathey (center). President of the Block and Bridle Club. 
shows Janet Brown and Tommy Thomas the trophies to be awarded 
to the winning fraternity and sorority at the Block and Bridle Club 
Little International. 



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VETERANS CLUB 



One of the most active clubs on campus since 1947, the Veterans Club is still 
upholding Its original purposes to serve the University and to be of benefit to its 
members. The club engages In a wide range of activities. In 1954, the club staged its 
first talent show which subsequently evolved Into an annual affair. In 1962, the beauty 
contest was added to the show, and each year a Miss Veterans Club is selected. 
Sandra Bozeman was this year's winner with Mary Blevins and Carol Jane Parker as 
the runners up. Brenda North was chosen as the most talented In the contest. Once 
a month the club has a program for one of the wards at the V.A. Hospital. In the 
fall, the Vets had a float in the hlomecoming Parade and sponsored a child for the 
A.S.B. Christmas Party. The spring brought the beard-growing contest and an entry 
In Biology Club Stunt Night. 




Miss Vets Club 1968 . 



Sandra Bozeman 




First Row: Donald Russell, Andy Klrsch, Howard Cook, House of Rep- 
resentatives; Corky Short, Secretary; Richard Rice, President; Tom 
Watts, Vice-President; John Kosich, Treasurer; Mike Chandler, Second 
Row: R. Ted Hoge, Joe Collins, Bill Blumen, Leo Gulley, Nick Rosle, 
T. G. Barnette, Jr., Richard McCoy, Paul D. Sryder, Windell Mabry, 
Johnnie P. Richardson. Third Row: Ronald J. Welding, Jerry Rye, 
Thomas Mefford, Don Owens. Don Barrett, Ron Bender, Sergeant-at- 
ArrT,s; Ken Kraft, Robert Gibbs, Alton Fisher, Jim Dalton. 



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Vets float displays beauties Mary Blevlns, Queen Sandra, and Carol 
Parker. 



Another participant In the 13th annual Vets Talent Show. 




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Seated: Rosye Russ, Secretary: Elaine Barnhill, Michelle Marquardt. 
Standing: Lonnie Baxter, Treasurer; Ann Jackson, Stanley German, 
Gayle Sadler, Rocky Craft. President; Mrs. Neil Wright Sponsor. 



AMERICAN GUILD 
OF ORGANISTS 



The objectives of the MTSU Guild Student Group of the 
American Guild of Organists are to advance the cause of 
worthy church music and to provide members with oppor- 
tunities for meeting for the discussion of professional topics. 
Members endeavor to use their +alents in various ways to 
enrich the life of the university. For the past twenty years 
the group has furnished music during the Christmas season 
in the campus cafeterias. This year for the first time mem- 
bers provided music in all three university dining halls. 




First Row: Mary Ellen Dickerson, Secretary-Treasurer. Second Row: 
N'orita Grenz. House of Representatives; Faye Gillspie, Wayne Bur- 
den. Bill Beazley. Third Row: Dr. Exum Watts, Sponsor: Larry Pierce, 
President; Larry Needham, Charles Cotter, Bill Pettus, Bill Richter. 



CHEMISTRY 
CLUB 



The Chemistry Club endeavors to fulfill an intellectual 
understanding of the fields of chemistry to its members. Fac- 
ulty, guest, and student speakers provide the club with in- 
formative and enjoyable programs on timely topics. Also, 
field trips are taken to Industrial laboratories. The Chemistry 
Club through these activities has advanced the Interest and 
understanding of the current world of chemistry in its mem- 
bers. 



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BUCHANAN PLAYERS 

"You were fhe best one!" 

The Buchanan Players perform with the finesse of a professional company with both 
outstanding acting and technical prowess to male? our University Theatre one of the 
finest In the South. The Players are truly the life-blood of the University Theatre. 

All productions are run entirely by the Players. Early in the year, a combined effort 
from the Theatre and Music departments resulted in the superb presentation of "My 
Fair Lady." Leads were played by Mel Black, Patricia Prahl, and Larry Barker. The 
next production was the suspense melodrama "Angel Street." Leads were casted to 
Caralou Durham, Randy Dickinson, Michael Stewart, Andrea Lindsay, and Sharlena 
Phillips. 

A new project held in March was a workshop theatre which consisted of three stu- 
dent directed plays: "Not Enough Rope" directed by Sylvia McKnight, "The American 
Dream" directed by Dianne Drye, and "Act Without Words" directed by John Gilpin. 

The members also sponsored a child at the ASB Christmas party. 




First Row: Barry Underwood, Michael Stewart, Vice-President: Joe 
Wallace, Phyllis Murphy, Mrs. Dorethe Tucker, Director: Robbie Kemp, 
Fall President: Mr. Clay Hawes, Technical Director: Mel Black, Patti 
Deck, Marie Foutch. Lynn Brown, Treasurer. Second Row: Penny Gor- 
don, Larry Barker, Patricia Prahl, Bernie Harris, Linda Miller, Andrea 
LIndsey, Secretary: Donna Walker, Sharlena Phillips, Carolou Durham, 
Colleen Powell, Bernadette Brown. Third Row; Emily Amonett, Susan 
Karsch, Julie Douglas, Randy Dickinson. Bill Reynolds, Glenda Karty, 
Joette Karty, LIbby Wilson, Tony Marshall, Pam Owen, Linda Judd, 
Ken Knowles, Dianne Drye, Dan Radojevic, Mary Taylor, Gayle Mc- 
Laln, Glena Dean, Debby Kernan, Pam Casey, Laurel Parry. Fourth Row: 
Ronnie Burns, Jack Gilpin, Spring President; Dana Lowe, Susan Ray, 
Chipper Schofield. 



Displaying their varied talents interested both old and prospectiv 
members at Club Night. 



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MTSU Host District Convention 




CIRCLE K 



First Row: Roy Crowder, President; Martha Sue Plunic, Sweetheart; Mac 
McDonald, Secretary. Second Row: Jeff Hernnsdorfer, Bob Dysart 
Ramon Safley, Mike Law. Third Row: Jim Free, Sandra Santiago 
Sweetheart Court; Denny Hastings, Tom Sparlcs. Fourth Row; Danny 
Marr, Mite Pritchard, Beverly Ring, Sweetheart Court; David Plgna, 
Wendell Mabry. Fifth Row: Bill Comes, John Paschal. Allan Walton, 
Larry Williams, Ed Baiter, Mike Jacobs, Andy King. 



The MTSU chapter of the Circle K Club International was 
established in 1954. The international group has a member- 
ship of over 14 thousand members. The primary function of 
the club is to perform services to the campus and to the 
community. 

This year the MTSU Circle K hosted the Kentucky and 
Tennessee clubs at the annual district convention held in 
Nashville. Also two delegates' attended the International 
Convention in Ottawa, Canada. 

As the number one service club on campus, the members 
are kept busy with varied functions. The chapter holds cam- 
pus tours for freshmen, bonfires for promoting school spirit, 
and participates in both Biology Club Stunt Night, and the 
College Bowl. This year's services included the annual Christ- 
mas party for underprivileged children and a picnic in the 
spring for orphans. Circle K is also co-sponsor of the Miss 
Midlander Contest. 

Membership is limited and directed toward young men 
who have proven ability on campus and a sincere interest 
in a functioning service organization. 



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Circle K Sweetheart, Martha Sue Plunk, graces the stage in the Mi« A nnoment oi anticipation— will she be among the ten finalists? 

Midlander Contest. 





Pall pledge class. 



Circle K services and activities are displayed at Club Night. 



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Seated: David Malhis, Ann Sutton, Jan Thompson, Phyliss McConnell. 
Brenda Mack, Paulette Fox, Tom Peterson, President. Standing: Mike 
Mitchell, David Page, David Dearing, Tony Pendergrass. Charles Gonce. 



YOUNG 
DEMOCRATS 



The Young Democrats learn their politics in a collegiate 
atmosphere and will undoubtedly be intelligent assets to 
their community and to the Democratic Party following 
their college life. From appearances by several important 
political figures, members gain a better understanding of 
current problems and possible solutions in our government. 
The members busy themselves with local precinct work dur- 
ing elections. With an election year coming up, this organi- 
zation will be in full swing both on local and national levels. 




First Row: Debby Kerman, Shirley Russell Secretary-Treasurer; Mel 
Black, President: Paula McHughes, Pam Casey. Second Row: Johanna 
Fell. Claudia V/aller, Judy Rogers, Susie Jackson, Elizabeth Thackston, 
Linda Judd. Third Row: David Ward, Lonnie Newton, Jimmy John- 
son, Mark Benko, Fred Poe. 



YOUNG 
REPUBLICANS 



The Young Republicans Club is a very active and high- 
spirited group of young men and women who are interested 
in better government. The members worked hard in the fall 
of 1966 to help elect Howard Baker as the first Republican 
Senator from Tennessee In several decades. But they did not 
stop there. They remained active and continued their work 
by participating in "Choice '68," an independently spon' 
sored poll to determine the possible Presidential contenders 
for 1968. 

The Club meets every two weeks to discuss current prob- 
lems in government, new trends in political circles, and new 
ways to combat the evils of bad government. A wide spec- 
trum of political opinion is offered In Its membership, from 
conservative to liberal, with the correct Grand Old Party 
blending. 




Tradition and Innovations have marked this year tor the 
German Club. Lectures by faculty members from many 
connected departments broaden the club members' ideas 
about Germany and the German language. Traditional Ad- 
vent wreaths, homemade Christmas cookies, and parties 
highlighted the fall semester. The students presented a 
Christmas program for the December Dames Club meeting. 
A highly successful 1967 College-Bowl team battled it out 
again in 1968. The German Club Singers competed in the 
Tau Omicron All-Sing. 



First Row: Tommy Ducklo. Robert W, Hazelinski, Mrs. Regira Warden, 
Sponsor: Randall Jones, House of Representatives; Bill Richter, Vice- 
President; Larry Ludwig, President; Toni Flynn, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Priscilla Norman, Susie Latane. Second Row: Jody Crumbliss, Norita 
Grenz, Dave Dillick, Mary Pat Williams, Charles F. Johnson, Maxie 
Baskln, Mike Flynn, Elizabeth Thackston, Barbara Jennings 

DIE DEUTSCHEN 



KAMERADEN 




Approximately thirty Spanish enthusiasts visited Roses' 
Cantlna for a sample Spanish meal as an El CIrculo hllspano 
activity. Other activities included a competitive float In 
the htomecomlng parade, entrance in the Tau Omicron 
All-Sing, and a Christmas party for the members. The pur- 
pose of the club is to promote a deeper understanding 
of the Spanish language, and people. This goal is achieved 
through regularly scheduled meetings, fllmstrips, guest 
speakers, and planned activities. 



Floor: Linda Worden, President; Anne Adams, House of Representa- 
tives. First Row: Teresa Laughlin, Maggie Jarrell, Sheelah Bastian, 
Judee Petretzky, Vicki Brookshire, Ann Strickland, Ava Jordan. Stand- 
ing: Mary Hean Mangrum, Secretary-Treasurer; Pat Cox, John Center, 
Pam Richesin, Philip Tarpley, Paul Marchbanks, Lynda Burton. Not 
Pictured: Trudy Whitver, Vice-President; Linda Hall, Social Chairman. 



EL CIRCULO 
HISPANO 



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HOME ECONOMICS 



After forty-five years of existence on the MTSU campus, the Home Economics 
chapter is still attracting future homemakers and teachers by the scores. The chapter 
is constitutionally organized for home economics majors and minors and is affiliated 
with both the Tennessee and the American hlome Economics Association. The chapter 
theme for 1967-68 is "Home Economics — Opportunity Unlimited . . ." Following this 
theme some of the monthly programs included, ". . . As a Wife" and ". . . in Fash- 
Ions." A Coke Party began the year and Introduced freshmen and transfer students 
to the activities of the organization. Throughout the year, banquets, workshops, candy 
sales and visits to local businesses and manufacturers met the interests of all the mem- 
bers. The annual Career Day is designed to associate prospective high school students 
with the MTSU campus and the Home Economics progrem. The Betty Lamp Is the 
symbol of all home economics chapters in the United States. This lamp is called the 
"lamp of joy, knowledge, fellowship, cooperation, service, and achievement." 




Rosanne finds "Opportunities Unlimited . . ." in the kitchen. 




First Row: Betty Rose Gregory, Patsy O'Connor, Jane Ervin, Barbara 
Bears, Judy Mathis, Lynda Morse, Public Relation: Jeanece Seals, 
House of Representatives: Judy Whitmore, Historian: Clarice Wag- 
goner, Treasurer: Dorothy Raney, Secretary: Rosanne Jones, Chairman: 
Joy Felker, 1st Vice-chairman: Cathy Clemmer, 2nd Vice-chairman: 
Helen Sreever, Faculhy Advisor: Nancy Barrett, Angela Conway, 
Susan Willis, Nannette Faulkner, Chel Fite, Barbara Adams. Second 
Row: Edwena Mitchell, Nancy Fly, Dianne Locker, Elaine Hite, Pat 
Bowling, Jinettc Greer, Linda White, Sue Selby, Melody Jennings. 
Carol Rutledge, Brenda Womack, Brenda Spann, Eula Hillis, Jane Orth, 
Cindy Hampton, Georoia Mae Williams, Carol Jane Parker, Mary Ann 
Pitt. Sharon Ellis, Kay Harris, Third Row: Blllie Wetherford, Margaret 
Brewer, Marilyn Chattin, Diane Lawson, Candy Wilson, Margie Petro, 
Virginia Clark, Judy Peery, Susan Gilbreath, Jimmie Kay Johnston, 
Brenda Blgelow, Harriett Wall. 



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REGINA JONES 



MISS HOME ECONOMICS 




First Row: Howard Carter, Pamela Northcutt, Sammie Long, Dan Wi|. 
kinson. Second Row: William Rieves. David Konnersman, John Cowan, 
President, Carl Jackson, Tom Copeland. 



INDUSTRIAL 
ARTS CLUB 



The Industrial Arts Club provides its members with social 
contacts and informative programs to benefit them in their 
individual professions. The organization strives to stimulate 
interest and advancement in the members' chosen fields. 
Its curriculum consists of service and money-raising projects, 
making it an active club. Each year a float is entered in the 
homecoming parade; several field trips, a banquet, and a 
sprmg picnic are among the activities. 

The members of the Industrial Arts Club are well pre- 
pared to enter the field of their profession following grad- 
uation. 




First Row: Brenda Mack, Ginny Ray. Martha Sadler, House erf Repre- 
senfatives; Kathy Ramsey, Secretary: Patti Cumminqs, President; 
Thomas Christie. Pat Bass, June Martin, Sponsor. Second Row: Rich- 
ard Arnold, Janet Fisher. Bob Martin, Helen Mason, Joe Rossman 
Carolyn Durham, Jan Thompson, Phyllis McConnell, Elaine Hinson 
Larry Pierce, Hal Chavis. 



LA SOCIETE 
FRANCAISE 



La Societe Frangaise was established In 1963. Its primary 
purpose is to acquaint its members with the true French 
mode of life. Membership is open to all those interested in 
the study of French culture. Each year the club sponsors an 
excellent foreign film series and participates in the Socratic'-". 
Callege Bowl, Stunt Night, and Club Night. A Christma', 
party and a spring banquet are also held for the members 



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INTERNATIONAL CLUB 



In today's world of strife and hatred, there exists a tremendous need for the pro- 
motion of understanding and friendship betweeen the people of different countries. 
This is the goal of the International Club. This unique organization is made up of both 
foreign students and interested American students. The club assists the foreign stu- 
detns in adapting to American mores and traditions by promoting occasions for 
socialization and discussions of problems. 

The projects for this include a float in the homecoming parade, sponsoring an orphan 
around Christmas, an International Annual Dinner, and an International Sa'ad Night, 
An orientation program in tlie form of a tea was held early in the year for the foreign 
students and faculty members. Approximately 300 guests attended. A series of open 
forums on Religions of the World conducted by representatives of the club was also 
a project of the members. 




First Row: Bahrnan Sohrabi. President; Hossein Mansour, Manouchehr 
Yamin. Wanda Webb, Secretary; Jeanne DeLozier, House of Repre- 
sentatives; Cheryl Youree, Pailin Pesalapan, Linda Moharnadkhani, 
Cyrous Mohmadkhani. Theresa Smith Second Row: Charles Wagner, 
Massumi Waqner, Sheelah Bastian. Suresh Mehta, Juha Guess, Riyad 
Abboud, Mohsen Balakhani, Maxie Baskin, Polaphat Koemasinqki, Tawat 
Mesommonta. Third Row: tHernan E. Caballero, Maximiliano Garcia 
Robert Rucker, Ziaeddin Kabiri, Sami Abbasi, Ann Sutton, Paulette 
Fox, Gloria V/a'ker, Gradie Lee Bond, Sandra Lappin, 



Two foreign students in the American classroom. 



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Debbe Hill, Blllle Jean Meeks, President; Carole Cooper, Bill Craig, 
Pat Harriman, Linda Knight. Dianne Gregory. Brenda Clanton. 



ORCHESIS 



The Orchesis, which was created in the spring of 1965, 
may be better known to many students as the Modern Dance 
Club. Always in leotard, the members meet each Wednes- 
day night for practice . . . precision . . . perfection. The 
group sponsors the Modern Dance Workshop and partici- 
ates in the "World of Dance" each fall. They also partici- 
pate in a swimming show each spring. Several fund raising 
projects are held each semester to maintain the activities 
of the organization. 




First Row: Ma'y Long, Carl Hirlston, Larry Sizemore, Joyce Martin 
Vice President: Steve Mathi,33, President: Joyce Burns, Secretary- 
Treasurer: Dan Treace, Safety and Equlpnnent Chairman: Danny Boone, 
Jimmy Johnson. Second Row: Lee Martin. Jean Chumbley, Joyce 
Melton. Roger McMillan, Marian Rawston, David Bryan, Carl Barnes, 
Sandra Griggs, Art Firtion, Mickey Stephens, Johnny LeVan, Ellen 
Hoover. 



SPELUNKERS 



The Spelunkers, or cavemen, have created one of the 
most unusual and challenging clubs on campus. The purpose 
of the Spelunkers is to promote caving conservation and 
safety and to preserve caves so that future Spelunkers 
might enjoy similar experiences. This is achieved through the 
direct experiences of caving. The Spelunkers are a working 
part of the Civil Defense Rescue Squad. Training courses ir\ 
rescue and safety are held for the members preparation. 
Practice cave rescues imitate an emergency situation. 



SNEA 



The Student National Educational Association is the basic 
unit of professional organization for college or university 
students preparing to teach. This organization is affiliated 
with the Tennessee Education Association and the National 
Education Association, and receives the regular professional 
literature from each. The Student NEA has as its principle 
purpose that of stimulating interest in professional education 
organizations and in the profession of teaching. 

The Student NEA meets monthly to participate in a va- 
riety of programs. The year always begins with a get- 



acquainted picnic. Other features this year included pro- 
grams on the Peace Corps, retarded children, student teach- 
ing, and films, such as "And Gladly Teach." Other events 
Include the annual State Student NEA Convention, hosted 
this year by George Peabody College, and a convention 
held in Memphis on Teacher Education and School Integra- 
tion. 

It is anticipated that this near-simulation of actual pro- 
fessional conditions will provide better informed teachers 
for schools across the nation. 




First Row: Gay Lee Marilyn Ensley Deonne Moon Joan Murray Kay 
Hopkins, Jane McGee, Barbara Conner, Ava Pevahouse, Elizabeth Blair, 
Jane Wood, Anne Adams, Nancy Petretzky, Rec. Sec; Sandra Hedge- 
path, Corr. Sec; Julia Partee. Pres.; Sandra Elam, Pub. Chr.; Martha 
Jewell. House of Rep.; Carolyn Meyers, Prog. Chr.; Helen Mason, 
Hist.; Rosanne Jones, Joy Felker, Carol Jones, June Cook. Rita Gath- 
mann, Nancy Barrett. Second Row: Patsy Troupe, Sherry Dale. Elaine 
Ladd, Joyce McDowell, Barbara Carnett, Peggy Hooten, Shirley Bellen- 
fant, Beth Rogers, Lynda Burton, Linda Trnt, Betty Kimbrough, Carolyn 
Williams, Wanda Brown, Diane Beadle, Melba Riley, Barbara Delk, 
Brenda Mack, Patricia Liechty, Kay Lester, Sharon Owens, Betty Hasty, 
Jean Chapman, Paulette Campbell, Jo Doris Vanderpool, Joan Leigh- 
ton, Carole Stubbs. Third Row: Libby Holly, Jane Orth, Cindy Hamp- 
ton, Nelda Hott, Barbara Kiker, Judy Rawdon, John Dodson, Sanford 
McGee, Lloyd Arnold, Betty Roach. Sara McGregor. Ann Sutton, 
Susan Jones, Delma Jacobs. Paulette Fox, Sue Burton, Donna Fuller, 
Jane Dixon, Susan Britt, Anna Dismukes, Cheri Headden, Ann Sitton, 
Jane Franklin, Nancy England, Janice Pendergrass. Shela Nichols, Carol 
Lewis, Susan Longmire, Randy Brown, Paula Noorman, Patricia Duncan, 
Fred Poe, Richard Butler, Mike Baunstark, Mary Ann Pitt. 



People stand in line to join SNEA. 



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RODEO CLUB 



The Rodeo Club which was organized In 1963 has as Its main purpose to promote 
intercollegiate rodeo and interest in horses. Each year the club sponsors and pro- 
duces a college rodeo on our campus. For the past two years the members have 
competed as a team in a matched rodeo against Tennessee Tech. The club was active 
this past spring in starting the Mid-South Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. This as- 
sociation promotes rodeo as an intercollegiate sport and coordinates all rodeo clubs 
in the state. While the main interest of the club members is rodeo, many do not 
compete in rodeo, but are interested in good horsemanship and in good sportsman- 
ship. Thurman Mullins, MTSU sophomore from Murfreesboro, represented the MTSU 
Rodeo Club in competition at the International Rodeo Association's World Cham- 
pionship Rodeo held in Detroit, Michigan in November. Activities of the year Included 
a hayride and wiener roast for the members. This is the lhird year that the club will 
sponsor a campus and also a matched rodeo. Our MTSU chapter is influential in 
helping other schools in this area to start rodeo clubs on their campuses. 




Thurman Mullins rides "Double Trouble" in Detroit Rodeo 



First Row: Brenda Huskey, Historian; Ann Richards, Secretary; Bill Ad- 
coclc, President: Marilyn Adcocic, Vice-President; Pat Jowers, House of 
Representatives. Second Row: Harold Lynch. Reporter: Kathy Parker, 
Larry Markus, Carol Wilson. David Wilson, David Nadeau, Charlie 
Saskell. Third Row: Jim Burkhalter, Dorinda Hulen, Robert E. Lee, 
Thurman Mullins, Jim Rader, Bill Clary, Don Bershears, Cathy Stone. 




The Pre-Law Club has as its main function providing pre- 
law students important contacts with practicing attorneys 
and other individuals possessing the law degree. These con- 
tacts assist the students in choosing a field of concentration 
if they should decide to enter law as a profession. The or- 
ganization has also stimulated interest in the state and fed- 
eral government by presenting such speakers as Dr. Fleming, 
renowned author. The Pre-Law Society is very proud of its 
former members for many are now studying at top law 
schools throughout the nation or are engaged in practicing 
law. 



Seated: Mrs. Elizabsth Boyer, Charles Johnson. President; David 
Broennel, Mike Frensley, Pat McBride. Standing: Mike Bottoms, Lee 
England, Bob Wagner, Frank Shaffer. 



PRE-LAW 
CLUB 




The Socratic's purpose is to promote the academic life 
of the University in an intellectual atmosphere. The organiza- 
tion sponsors several debates and forums on topics of local 
and national importance each year. One of the highlighting 
programs was concerning Capital Punishment. State Repre- 
sentative Pat Lynch and Representative Charles Galbreath 
debated the issue. The Socratlcs are responsible for the 
College Bowl which is held In ihe University Center. The 
two moderators are Allen Stuht and Paul Monaco. An Im- 
proved lighting system similar to that of the General Electric 
College Bowl has been added. Plans for an OVC Inter- 
College Bowl came later In the spring. 



Seated: Charles F. Johnson, Ava 
Standing: Lawrence J. Ludwiq, 
Advisor. 



SOCRATICS 



Jordan, Layton G. Dunbar, President. 
Randall Jones, Bobby N. Corcoran, 




First Row: Jane McGee, Joan Murray, Louanne Richardson, Arlene 
Fihpatrick, Lana Tucker, Regina Bowen, Janice Ducker, First Chairman: 
Ruth Vauohn, Treasurer: Kay Collins, Bill Snell, Keeper of the Seal: 
Larry Hayes, Mike Wilson. Margie Petro, Barbara Barrett, Debby 
Pickett, Mary Lidtke, Executive Secretary: Katha Butts. Nancy Hiqht, 
Lloyd Arnold, Robert Rucker. Second Row: Patsy Stubblefield, Kay 
Hopkins, Carol Jane Parker, Sandy Hood, Janie Deaver, Sherrie Mor- 
ris Shirley Hollis, Rebecca Willianns, Margaret Jarrell, Pat Mathews. 
Fletta Loudermilk. Jo Ann Wiseman, Libby Mueller, Lee Webb, Olivia 
Powell. Phil Hicks, Ann Ray, Betty Jo Hasty, Paula Petty, John Dans- 
they. Third Row: Bob Eadler. Charles Poston, Joe Grandstaff, Gary 
Harville, Harold Conway, Advisor. 



TAU SIGMA 



The Student Sociological Society, Tau Sigma, was founded 
February 22, 1967 and can already boast being the largest 
organization on campus with an active nnembership of 125. 
The purpose of Tau Sigma is to further interest in the be- 
havioral sciences and to bring together students with com- 
mon interests. Tau Sigma had many interesting programs 
and speakers for their meetings this year. Among those were 
Charles Stoner from the Metropolitan Police Department of 
Nashville who spoke on juvenile delinquency and Mrs. Del- 
phia McKnight who spoke on internships in the Juvenile 
Probation Program. Other activities included a pizza party 
at Christmas and entering a car in the homecoming parade. 




First Row: Charles Dahlgreen Sjt at Arms J Pirl-r President: Jim 
Dunn, Clay Holloway Rodney Hayes Second Row Ike Franklin. Dennis 
Bandy, Phillip Gardner. Gene Carney, Andy Thompson, Paul Barnett. 
Third Row: Danny Dieckman, Leon Mooneyhan. Gary Wright. Mike 
Cowan, Kenney Hastings, Joe Jones, Andy King, Charlie Daniel, Ralph 
Overton. Fourth Row: Gary Chrisman, Larry White, Brady Straub, 
Johnny Grimes, Tom Brightwell. Jackie Craver. Tommy Elselsteln, Butch 
Wright. Tim Kalthoff. Ronnie Johnson. Fifth Row: Tom Magner, Jim 
Seymour^ Billy Walker, Larry Mathews, Pat Morrison, Mike Matheny, 
Randall Brady, Steve Wakefield, Joel Musgrave, Johnny Beene, David 
Duvall. Sixth Row: John Major, Dickie Thomas, Jack Whitley, John 
Prevost. 



TCLUB 



Since 1947, the recipients of the Middle Tennessee State 
University "T. ' the only athletic letter permitted to be 
worn on the campus, have banded together to form the T 
Club. The club seeks to take part in campus affairs and 
bring about better relations between the student body and 
the athletes. Another prime interest of the T Club is to pro- 
mote a close association among the athletes themselves. The 
T Club works at the high school basketball tournaments held 
at MTSU in order to raise money, which is used to make 
improvements in the athletic dormitory and to finance the 
annual T Club picnic. This year the club also sold buttons 
at football games to boost the Raider spirit and sponsored 
a child at the ASB Christmas party. 



BIOLOGY CLUB 



Being one of the first organizations to appear on campus, the Biology Club continues 
to offer activity to anyone who possesses an interest in the biological sciences, whether 
he is a biology major or not. In stimulating interest for such, the club offers films, 
guest speakers, field trips, and other activities. 

Traditionally the Biology Club sponsors the popular Stunt Night during the sprino. 
semester. Each year the campus organizations are invited to present an original skit 
before a student audience. Other annual events include a float in the homecoming 
parade, a Christmas party, and a spring picnic. This year the members aided in map- 
ping the plant life on campus to give botany students a reference for locating and 
observing specimens. 

Each year the club contributes a substantial amount of money to the George Davis 
Loan Fund which Is available to biology majors in need of financial aid. 




First Row: Ralph Sharp, Joey Nunley, President; Judy Batson, Ma 
Baskln, Dick Davis, Ray Bailey. Second Row: Johanna Fell, Libby Rob 
erson, Gary Clayborne, Bobbie Jo McCarqo, Ann Marshall, Sharoi 
Daniel, George Osenqa, Richard Butler. Third Row: Jean Callaway 
Sanford McGee, James Goodman, Jeannie Chester. Pegqy Harris 
Donna Cobb, Judy Luna, Jimmy Johnson. 



Looling at "innerdf.' 




HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, AND 
RECREATION CLUB 



The Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Club has as Its primary goal to 
stimulate interest in the profession of physical education. The club meets on the first 
and third Thursday of each month, the first Thursday being a morning meeting and 
the third Thursday being a night meeting. MTSU was represented at the annual hHPER 
State Convention in Chattanooga and the Southern District Convention in New Or- 
leans. The members have proposed a carnival or a carnicus for all students as well as a 
play day with other OVC schools consisting of individual and team games. The or- 
ganization also entered a car in the Homecoming Parade and sponsored a child at 
the ASB Christmas party. 




An annual proiect of the HPER club is the World of Dance. 




First Row: Susan Ingram. House of Representatives; Betty Carol Fite, 
Treasurer; Mike Bleeker, President; Linda Nance, Secretary; John Cart- 
wright, Publicity Chairman. Second Row: Judy Bawcum, Anne Forde, 
Judy Cope, Susan Britt, Donna Fuller, Jane Dixon. Third Row: Ann 
Richards. Preston Cethey, Mitchell Chambers, Jim Barr, Ray Oppel, 
Pat Sarver, Elizabeth Blair, Janie McNabb. Fourth Row: Eddie Solo- 
mon, John Finney, Ronnie Davis, Joyce McDowell. Barbara Cornett, 
Sharon Shouse, Barbara Wolfe, Peggy Linville, Judy Linville. Jeraline 
Edde. Fifth Row: Prater Powell. Mike Adams, Judy Barrett, Janice 
Harrington, Rennie Bell, Billy Cunningham, Richard Crosslin, Keith 
Carver. Kenny Linville. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

The Women's Athletic Association serves as a valuable athletic activities promoter 
for women students at MTSU. Each year a fifty dollar scholarship Is given to a senior 
v/oman of the club for her further education at the University. A volleyball team 
represented the organization in the Ohio Valley Conference Invitational Tournament. 
Much time has been spent in re-writing the constitution of the club in order to change 
the name to Women's Recreational Association. Members actively participate in the 
intramural program which this organization had such an influential part in originating. 




First Row: Lynn Ferrel, Yvonne Horn, Paula Swafford, Linda Nance, 
House of Representatives; Betty Carol Fife, Secretary; Judy Bawcunn. 
President: Donna Fuller, Treasurer; Jane Dixon, Publicity Chairman: 
Susan Britt, Susan Stuart, Ann Sitton, Cheri Headden. Second Row: 
Libby Wilson, Lee Ferrell, Judy Cope, Barbara Orr, Susan Ingram, 
Sharon Owens, Sherry Frazier, Barbara Cornett, Joyce McDowell, Anne 
Forde, Kaye Bivers, Rhesa Sumrell. 



WAA officiates in women's intramural volleyball program. 



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TRACK AND SABRE CLUB 

The Track and Sabre Club is a social-military organization open to all ROTC cadets. 
The purpose of the club is to provide its members with comradeship, promote the 
activities of the university and its students, and promote the ROTC among students, 
faculty, and the local populace of Murfreesboro. The Track and Sabre Club sponsors 
many events among which are the annual hHalloween Dance, the Military Ball, and 
the spring picnic. 




First Row: Ron Green, Vice-President; tv 
Tomlinson, Treasurer. Second Row: Bill 
Officer; John Barker, Protocol; Ray Holl 
liannentarian; Jim Diclcson, Sgt.-at-Arms. 



DRAMATIC 



nty tHalcomb, President; Bill 
jchanan, Public Information 
Secretary; Bill Lappin, Par- 



First Row: Hollis Mullins, Charles Wrenn, Donald Heubschman, James 
LaFevor, Donald G. Goff, Gary W. D/er, Phillip L. Davidson, William 
G. Thomlinson, Allan R. Hollis, Jr., Major James R. Dismukes, Ad- 
visor; Monty Halcomb, Ron Green, Jim Dickson. Bill Lappin, James J. 
Folk, Jackie Sisk, Glenn Dillehay, Patrick Cox, Richard Brown, Eddie 
Solomon. Second Row: Dovie Rader, Charlie Fox, Bill Chapman, Lloyd 
Arnold, Stan Thomas, Tom Helton, Herbert Logan, Stephen Lester, 
Philip D. Baltz. Paul Stacey. Greg Lancaster, Frank Bilbro, Art Long, 
Andy King, Kenneth Hickman, Irocus E. Jernigan, Ronald Bancroft, Bill 
Landers, Karl Hans. William B. Cornes, Michael Huebschman, Mike 
Bryant. 









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First Row: Linda Johnson, A Co. 3rd Bn.; Merrill Booth. B Co. 1st 
Bn.; Sonla Massey. Brigade; Mary Alice Becker, 1st Bn. Second Row: 
Sarah Marie Smith, Hq. Co. 2nd Bn.; Michelle Phillips, Hq. Co. 1st 
Bn.; Alison Eyerly, A Co. 2nd Bn.; Connie Parlchurst, B. Co. 2nd Bn.: 
Martha Dixon, B Co. 3rd Bn. Third Row: Diane Webster, 2nd Bn.; 
Becky Ullom, 3rd Bn.: Carolyn Johnson, Hq. Co. 3rd Bn.: Margaret 
Duncan, A Co. 1st Bn.: Rosemary Escje, C Co. 1st Bn. 



Blue Raider Sports Car Club 




Seated: Richard Arnold, Vice-President; Joette Karty, Treasurer: 
Glenda Karty, President; Dr. Jesse Raine, Advisor. Standing: Dana 
Lowe, Ronald Karty, Mark Hazle, Gary Calvert. 



Fall, 1967, marked the Incorporation of the Blue 
Raider Sports Car Club. Membership is now open to 
persons outside of the MTSU student body. Only MTSU 
students can hold office or have voting rights. This 
year the club held five comipetltlve rallies, averaging 
100 miles and seven autocrosses. A car was entered in 
the hlomecoming Parade. At the monthly meetings a 
typical program might consist of a film or an event 
among the members such as a scavenger hunt rally. 
The second annual Raider Ramble, a 250 mile competi- 
tive race over the Middle Tennessee area, was held in 
December. 



ROADSTERS RALLY IN RAIDER RAMBLE 



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CIRUNA 



Although the Council for Interna- 
tional Relations and United Natloni 
Affairs is a small organization, it ha: 
been active on the MTSU campu; 
during its four-year history. Having 
recently changed its name from the 
Collegiate Council for the United Na- 
tions, its scope of interest has in- 
creased to international relations. This 
year the organization served as host 
to the first annual hiigh School Model 
United Nations for Middle Tennessee. 
Some members of the group attended 
the Model United Nations General 
Assembly at St. Louis during March 
and April. 



First Row: Randall Jones, Vice-President: A 
President; Lucy Honey, Secretary-Treasurer 
tlves; David Dearlng. 



ne Sloan, Jerry Mungle. Second Row: Charles Johnson, 
Third Row: Mary Pat Williams, House of Representa- 



NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION OF SECRETARIES 



The National Collegiate Association of Secretaries in 
its first year at MTSU has made many accomplishments 
tov/ard a prosperous future. The purpose of the organization 
Is to encourage an exchange of ideas and experiences 
among students planning secretarial careers. To be eligible 
for membership in this national organization one must be 
enrolled in a curriculum designed for a secretarial career 
or a teaching career in the secretarial field. A 2.0 grade 
point average is also required for membership. Mrs. Francis 



B. Jakes, Division President of the National Secretarial As- 
sociation, was an important guest speaker at an early 
meeting. The members chose to sponsor a child from the 
Good Shepherd's hlome at the ASB Christmas party. 
Probably the highlighting event of the year was the Na- 
tional Collegiate Association of Secretaries Convention 
which was held in Dallas, Texas, this year. The MTSU chapter 
was represented at this annual convention. 



First Row: Martha Sullenger, Lucretia Witt, Yvonne Pendergrass, Diane 
Rooker, Treasurer; Janice Pope, Dr. L. V. Taylor, Sponsor. Second Row: 
Sammye Kaye Brown, Jean Adcocit, Secretary: Carole Pafton, Publicity 
Chairman; Gayle Blevins, ASB Representative; Brenda Bucltner, Presi- 




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dent; Mr. Elwin W. Mldgett. Third Row: Shirley Douglass, Gerry 
Brown, Shirley Springer, Hazel Bloodworth, Historian; Mr. Ivey Chance. 
Mr. Joe Sawyer. Not Pictured: Kay Lester, Vice-President; Janice 
Trimble. 



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The MTSU Debate Squad, under the direction of 
David Walker, has posted a full and winning season 
for the 1967-68 school year. Each year the squad 
hosts two tournaments, the MTSU Earlybird, which 
was won by Emory University, and the MTSU Junior 
Tournament for inexperienced debaters. The Squad 
attended tournaments at Auburn University, Emory 
University, Samford University, Tulane, hiarvard Na- 
tional Invitational Tournament, Pi Kappa Delta Re- 
gional, and the Tennessee State Tournament at 
David Lipscomb. Among the honors received were 
David Rives, best affirmative debater at Western 
Kentucky; Lee Greer, first place impromptu speaker 
at Samford University; Fred McLean and Lee Greer, 
third place team at Carson-Newman and Agnes 
Scott. In the State Tournament Katie Petty and Gail 
Colebrook placed second in women's debate; Lee 
Greer was second in men's extemporaneous; Janet 
Brown placed first in women's extemporaneous; and 
Lana Alexander was third in women's after-dinner 
speaking. 




Janet Brown, David Rives. 




Larry Williams, Gail Colebrook. David E. Walker 
Debate Direclor. 



RON VAN HALL 
Presfdent 



LENELLE MARABLE 
Vice President 




KATHY EVANS 
Sacretary 




First Row: T. Earl Hinton Sponsor Ann Moss Brenda Anderson Michelle Marguardt Linda Cook. 
Phil V/aters. Second Row: John Davis Gary G fellers Bill Cantrell Rocky Craft Stanley German. 
Mickey Dyce. 



MENC 



Membership in Music Educators National Conference is open to all who have inter- 
est in music education and its purpose. The organization allows its members to voice 
their opinions on today's crucial problems in music education and to participate in 
discussions with other music educators. The goal of MENC is to give the student a 
better concept of general music education and its relationship with other aesthetic 
fields. 




One of the newer organizations on campus, the Math Club limits 
its membership to math majors. On alternating Thursday meeting 
dates, the programs consist of speakers from industrial and scholas- 
tic mathematical circles and discussion-problem sessions conducted 
by the students. The members aided in the Computer Center Sem- 
inar held on this campus. Several Tennessee and Georgia colleges 
and universities attended. The or.3anization was also represented in 
the College Bowl. 



First Row: Fran Willard. Secretary: Kenneth Rowe. Vice Pres- 
ident: Bill Westlake, President: Stan Mahurln, Executive 
Board: Bob Crosslin, Executive Board. Second Row: Gradle 
Bond. Ronnie Tennant, Gall Mathls. James Gannon, Roger 
McMillan Joe Collins. Third Row: Sharyn Campbell, Ann 
Ladd, Norlta Grenz, Martha Davis, Jerry Shannon, Richard 
Rice. Fourth Row: Bettty Jo Hasty, Roger Turney. Mr 
Lester Levi. Advisor: Sara Jean Tilley, June Cook. 



MATH CLUB 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




Club Night 



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Young Republicans Club 



"Aly Fair Lady" 




Buchanan Players 



''Little International" 




Block and Bridle Culb 



Action 



Beauty Contest 




Homecoming 
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ADMINISTRATION 



The Ad Hoc Committee on the Rights, Freedoms, and Responsibilities 
of Students— Clockwise: Joseph Smith, Music Department; E. W. Mid- 
gett, hHead of Business Department and committee chairman; Robert 
Maclean, Dean of Students; Charles Johnson, student; Chester Burns. 
Dean of Men; Rodney Hayes, student; Christine Vaughan, English 
Department; Martha Jewell, student; Martha Hampton. Dean of 
Women. 




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GOVERNOR 



The Tennessee State Board of Education has contributed 
greatly to the expansion of Middle Tennessee State Univer- 
sity. The increase of student population throughout the state 
is only one of the Board's many concerns. Two of the mem- 
bers are almuni of Middle Tennessee, hHon. J. Howard 
Warf, Commissioner, and Mr. Edward Jennings. With the 
aid of the Board, Governor Ellington is now carrying out a 
stronger education program for the schools of Tennessee. 
The students of Middle Tennessee State are very grateful 
to Governor Ellington and the State Board for their support. 



BUFORD ELLINGTON 
Governor of Tennessee 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION— Froni 

Sam V^ilson, Hon. J. Howard Warf. Cha 
T. M. Divine. Back Row: J. Frank Taylo 



Row: Edward Jennings, Mrs. 
man; Mrs. B. A. McDermott, 
E. H. Kennedy, James Wil- 



liams, Dale Clover, Ernest Ball, Harold West, James Jones, F. Thornton 
Strang. Absent: Mrs. Violet Parrish, Etecutive Secretary; Mrs. Jean 
Greenwood. Principal Stenographer. 




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DR. QUILL COPE. PRESIDENT 
KHiddle Tennessee State University 



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PRESIDENT COPE: A Man And His Office 




The |ob of chief admlnlsfrator of a growing university is not an 
enviable one, but the execution of this job by President Quill E. 
Cope Is not only enviable but also admirable, hlavlng stood at 
Middle Tennessee's helm for a decade, he has guided MTSU's ship 
of state to greater heights than ever. Making decisions ranging from 
the placement of campus sidewalks to the arrangement of a seven- 
story women's living complex has made President Cope an integral 
part of the University. 

Campus decisions are only a part of the multitudinous position held 
by President Cope. He also acts as campus ambassador at all times, 
representing the university through himself. All of the work-a-dav 
tribulations which pass upon Dr. Cope, however, are not enough to 
block his view of the essence of MTSU — It's student body. No prob- 
lem Is too small for a student to discuss with him, and no decision 
IS so light that he does not ponder before advising or consenting. 

Dr. Cope: On the inner cfrcle of all campus affairs, yet standing 
alone on the pinnacle of his position: guiding light for the bearers 
of the torch of the future. 



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Dr. Howard Kirksey Dean of Faculty 



ADMINISTRATION 





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Martha Hampton. Dean of Worn 




Dr. James Martin, Director of Guidance and 
Testing 



Dr. James Covington, Asst. Director of Guid- 
ance and Testing 



Judy Milholland, Asst. Dean of Women: Sam McLean, Asst. Dean of Me 





Robert Hackman, University Physician: Barbara Martin. School Nurse: Vai Smith, Cafeter 
Director. 



ADMINISTRATION 



Robert J. MacLcan Dean of Students. 



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Dr. John Weems, Dean of Adn 



ADMINISTRATION 





Dr. Paul Hutcheson, Director of Computer Center; Sam Walden, Manager of Computer 
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Charles Pigg, Asst. Superintendent Plant Plannmg; President Quill Cope 



Norman Martin, Bursar; Austin Parker, Internal Auditor; Hixson Pugh, Purchasing 
Agent; Joe Rich, Supervisor of Inventory & Receiving 





Sam Smith, Personnel Officer; Charles Phi 
Manager of Bookstore; Allen Connell, Asst. Man 
ager of Bookstore 




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Harold Jewell, Supt. of Buildings and Grounds: Charles Smith, Asst. Supt. of Buildings and 
Grounds 



Dr. Belt Keathle/, Dnector of Student Aid 



ADMINISTRATION 



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SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



The School of Arts and Sciences offers a wide field of 
vocational opportunities, including careers in Biological 
Science and Speech and Theatre. The School not only 
prepares one for a teaching career, but offers basic courses 
for future study. The School includes the departments of 
Biology, Chemistry and Physics, hiistory, Languages, 
Mathematics, Sociology, Political Science, Geography, and 
Speech and Theatre. 

The Science and Mathematics Institute held each summer 
is under the direction of the School. By taking recipients 
from the South, this Institute helps in teaching improved 
methods and techniques of classroom study in science and 
math. 




DR. CLAY TUCKER 

Dean of the School of Arts and Sc 



Dr. Harold Spraker, Dr. W. T. Windham, and Dr. Gerald Parch- 
ment were selected as the three most outstanding teachers at 
MTSU for 1966-67. 




DEPARTMENT HEADS 




First Row: 

Anderson, June. Ph.D., Chennistry: Asel+Ine, Swen, Sociology: Ballew, 
Joseph, English; Beasley, William, Ph.D., English; Beauchamp. Robert, 
Ph.D.. Chemistry and Physics; Beers, George, M3th; Brown, Homer, 
Math: Brown. James, Ph.D.. Chemistry. 

Second Row: 

Calbert, Jack, History; Caicott, Emily, Ph.D., English: Chrlstman, Cal- 
vin, History; Clark, Roy, Ph.D., Chemistry and Physics; Coleman, R. G., 
Ph.D., English; Conway, Harold, Sociology: Coolc. James. Physics: Cox 
Edwin, Biology. 

Third Row: 

Crawford, Frederic, History; Crenshaw, Douglas, English; Dahl, James, 
English; Dark, Harris, Ph.D.. Math; Derryberry, Virginia, English, DeShazo. 
Ramon, English; Doyle, Patrick, Biology: Ducker, Paul. Chemistry and 
Physics. 

Fourth Row: 

Dunn, Mary, Ph.D., Biology; Durham, Charles, English; Evans, Joe, 
Math; Evins, Carroll, English; Esse», Frank, Political Science: Ferris, 
Norman, Ph.D., History; Fletcher. J. L., Ph.D.. Biology; Fullerton. Ralph, 
Geoqraphv. 

Fifth Row: 

Gilbert, Ortrun, Foreign Languages: Gilbert, Wade, Chemistry and 
Physics: Golden, Janell, Math; Grubbs, David, Ph.D., Political Science: 
Harris, Thomas, English; Hawes, Clayton, Speech and Theatre: Hem- 
merly, Kenneth. Biology: Hemmerly. Thomas. Biology. 




Dick Davis utillies the facilities of the New Science Building, one of the most 
modern and well equipped establishments in the state of Tennessee. 







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ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY 




ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY 

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First Row: 

Hiter, Martha, English: HoDper, Ernest. Ph.D., History; Howard, Edwin, 
Ph.D.. English: Hoyle. Mitchell, Biology: Huhta. James, Ph.D., History: 
Hyde. Ralph. Ph.D.. English: James, Clayton. Social Science: Jamison, 
King. Ph.D.. Math. 

Second Row: 

Jennings, Thelma. History; Johnson. Henry, Political Science; Johnson, 
Joyce. Speech & Dramatic Arts; Jordan, John, English: Kohland, Wil- 
liam. Geography; Leonard. James. History; Levi, Lester. Math; Locke. 
Charles, Math. 

Third Row: 

Lowe, Larry, Ph.D., Speech; Martin, June, Ph.D., Foreign Languages: 
Mast, John, English; Mathls, Philip, Biology; McCall, William, Biology: 
McCash, William, History; McCord, Richard, Math; McFerrIn, Flor- 
ence, Math. 



Fourth Row: 

McKInney, Charles, Physics: Monaco, Paul. History: Moore. Newell. 
Ph.D.. History; Ordoubadlan, Reza, English; Parchment, Gerald, Ph.D.. 
Biology; Patrick. William, Math: Peck, Virginia, Ph.D.. English: Perez- 
Reillv, Mario, Political Science. 



Fifth Row: 

Phillips, Burns, Math; Pittman, George, English; Porter, Coy. Foreign 
Languages; Price, William, Math; Reed. Horace, Ph.D., Biology; Rod- 
den, Jasper, English; Rolater, Fred, History: Roseberry, Royal, History. 



Sixth Row: 

Sadler, William, Geography; Scott, Dan, Ph.D., Chemistry: Sharber, 
Patricia, History; Sharp. Ralph, Biology; Smith, Jesse, Math; Stancliff, 
Leon. Chemistry; Strickland, Roscoe, Ph.D.. History; Stubblefield, 
Frances, Math. 



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First Row: 

Stuht, Allen, English; Thweatt, Mack, Math; Thompson, Clifton. Ph.D., 
Chemistry; Todd, Aaron. Ph.D., Chemistry & Physics. 



Second Row: 

Tucker, Dorothe. Speech; Turner, Jack, Political Science ; Usel+on, 
Horace, Ph.D., Chemistry & Physics; Van Dervort, Thomas, Political 
Science. 



Third Row: 

Vaughan, Christine, English; Walker, David, Speech; Watts. Exun 
Ph.D., Chemistry; Wells. Marlon, Biology. 



Fourth Row: 

Whittington, Curtis, English; Windham, W. T.. Ph.D., History; Wiser, 
C. Wymer, Ph.D., Biology; Woods, A. E.. Ph.D., Chemistry & Physics. 




SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 




Mr. Duggin carefully insfrucH his student in operating one of the power tools. 



Mr. Puckett listens as one of his students takes over his iob. 



The departments of Accounting, Agriculture, Business 
Administration, Business Education, Economics, Industrial 
Arts, and Military Science are Included under the School 
of Business and Industry. The principal purpose of the School 
is to prepare students for positions demanding skills in mod- 
ern business and Industry. The programs of the school pro- 
vide a background meeting the basic requirements of the 
modern business executive. 



Dr. Firman Cunningham, Dean of the School of Business and Industry. 




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DEPARTMENT HEADS 




FOWLER TODD 

Ph.D.. Business Administration 



BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY FACULTY 




First Row: 

Akhtar, Iqbal, Economics; Anderson, Edward, Cpt., ROTC: Armburst, 

Robert, Industrial Arts; Bachler. Michael, Industrial Arts. 

Second Row; 

Baled. Billy, Business Administration; Baldwin, Harold, Industrial Arts; 

Bethard, James, Cpt., ROTC; Bigger, 1. C, Ph.D., Agriculture. 

Third Row: 

Blackman. Marilyn, Nursing; Bowling, Billie, Business Education; Can- 

trell, Paul, Economics; Chance, Ivey, Business Education. 

Fourth Row: 

Corcoran, Bobby, Economics; Dalton, Donald. Business Administration; 

Dalton. Philip, Industrial Arts; Dement, Joe, 'Agriculture. 

Fifth Row: 

Dismukes, James, Major, ROTC; Dowell, Paul. Accounting; Drennan, 

t^enry. Business Education; Duggin. Calvin, Industrial Arts. 

Sixth Row: 

Eaves, James, Cpt.. ROTC; Ellis. Neil. Ed.D., Industrial Arts; Emery, 

Glen. Major, ROTC; Evans, Boyd, Economics. 



Secretarial students learn that typing is a vital part of their career. 



First Row: 

Florlce, Waymon, Cpt., ROTC; Freeman, O. L., Industrial Arts: Gar- 
land, Ruth, Business Education: Garrigus, Robert, Ph.D., Agriculture: 
Gonce, James, Industrial Arts: Gornnan, James, Cpt., ROTC: Gould, 
Richard, Industrial Arts: Haiqier, Rayford, Lt. Col., ROTC. 

Second Row: 

Harper, Phil, Accounting: Holley. Franklin, SSG., ROTC: Hutchins, 
Paul. Cpt., ROTC: Jones, Herbert, Accounting: Kempf. Larry, Business 
Administration: Kinard. Jerry, Business Administration: King, Jerry, 
Accounting: Lanier, Miller, Industrial Arts. 

Third Row: 

Lewis, Olin, MSG., ROTC: Ma'tm, j?obert, Ph.D.. Economics: Miles. 
Wilford, Business Administration: Mitcham, Don, Business Administra- 
tion: Mueller, Hans, Economics: N'bw, Earl, Agriculture: Pucltett, Mor- 
ris, Business Administration: Raine, Je;se, Ph.D., Economics. 

Fourth Row: 

Rico, Marlon, Business Administration: Sample, Dwight, Accounting: 
Sawyer, Joe, Accounting: Shaw, Sue, Economics: Sloan, Gene, Business 
Administration: Taylor, Leonard, Ed.D., Business Education: Tenpenny. 
Ann, Nursing: Toulouse, Ronald, Business Education. 

Fifth Row: 

Vaught, William, Business Administration: Wade, Henrietta, Business 
Education: Whitt. Jerry, Business Administration: Whitt, Sue, Account- 
ing: Williams, David, Major, ROTC; Williams, Jerry. Agriculture: Wind- 
hauser, John, Journalism: Young J. E., Agriculture. 













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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 



The principal objecfive of the School of Education is to 
prepare teachers to fulfill the responsibilities that are theirs 
as guides of Tennessee's young citizens. 

Included in the school are the departments of Education, 
hiealth, Physical Education and Recreation, hlome Econom- 
ics, Arts, and Music. The school also directs the campus 
school, a laboratory for future teachers. 



Students receive instruction in the art of finger painting. 



The library offers the student a place of quiet plus helpful hands in finding 
materials. 



Dr. Sam Ingram, Dean of the School of Education. 




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DEPARTMENT HEADS 




NEIL WRIGHT 
Music 



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EDUCATION FACULTY 



First Row: 

Aden, Robert. Ph.D., Education; Archibald, Paul, Education; Arter 
Jack, Ed.D., Education; Beasiey. Horace, Music. 



Second Row: 

Beaty, Edgar. Ed.D.. Education; Berry, Mary Tom, Ph.D.. Education; 
Bills, Raymond, Music; Bowdoln, William, Ph.D., Education. 



Third Row: 

Brooks, Larry, Art; Chambers. Kenneth, HPER; Chambers. Martha, 
Ed.D., HPER; Clark, Catherine, Library. 



Fourth Row: 

Davis, Buleah, HPER; Deere, Jack, HPER; Dement, Joyce, Home Ec: 
Earle, Jimmy, HPER. 



Fifth Row: 

Estes, Lucille, Home Ec; Fog, Jay Marie, HPER; Freedle, Dean, Educa- 
tion; Gentry, Llnnel. Ph.D., Education. 



Sixth Row: 

Gill, Linda, Library; Greever, Clarence, Ed.D., Education; Hall. Stan- 
ley, P.ED., HPER; Hamilton, Marian. Education. 



Seventh Row: 

Hampton, Lois, Home Ec; Harrison, Price, Ed.D., HPER; Harvln, Lau 
rence. Music; Hayes, Dean HPER. 



Eighth Row: 

Hayes, Joe Black, HPER; Hinton, Earl, Music; Holland, Anne. HPER 
Hoover, Basil, Ed.D., Education. 



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First Row: 

Howard, Philip, Ph.D., Music: Huff. Harold R., Education; Hume. Bon- 
nie, Ed-D., Education: Jenkins, Aynn, Business: Johnson, Joseph. Educa- 
tion: Kallenberger, Klaus, Art: Keem, George E., Ed.D., Education: 
LaLance, Robert, HPER, 



Fourth Row: 

Patty, Elbert, P.E.D., HPER; Payne. Roberta. Library: Pittard, Homer. 
Ed.D., Education: Poole, Finis, Education: Putman. Margaret, Home 
Ec: Read, Ida Library; Renegar, Wayne. Education; Rubens. Fred, Art. 



Second Row: 

Landreth, Carolyn Edith, HPER; Lear. Donald. HPER; Lee, Frank. Ph.D.. 
Psychology: Lyon, Margaret, Home Ec: McCord. Charles, Library: Mc- 
Millan, Lyndall, Home Ec; Mills, Roy. Art; Moore. Sarah, Library. 



Third Row: 

Moseley. Aubrey. D.Ed , Education; Moyers. Layman, Ed.D., Education; 
Murphy, Charles, HPER: Naylor. Tom, Music; Nunley, Joe, Ed.D., 
Education; Pace, Kenneth, Ed.D.. Music; Parker, Hilary, Education; 
Parsons, Myla, Library. 



Fifth Row: 

Scott, Mary, Music: Slagle, Harold, Music; Smith. Joe, Music: Smother- 
man, Bealer, Ed.D.. Education; Smothe-man, Charlotte, Home Ec 
Snell, Mary, Education; Snyder. Lewis, Art; Sweney, Terry, HPER. 



Sixth Row: 

Trlckey. Ken, HPER; Wagner, Harry, HPER; Wilcox, Sondra, HPER: 

Wilkinson, Virginia, Library; Williams, John, Ed.D., Education; Womack, 

Bob, Ed.D.. Education; Wright, Margaret, Music; Zwier, Marcia. Ph.D.. 

Education. 




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GRADUATE SCHOOL 




The University graduate program is a vital part of Middle 
Tennessee's curriculum. It provides graduate work in many 
areas including mathematics, health, physical education and 
the newly added areas of history and English. 

The graduates have been able to become a part of the 
faculty by assistantship programs at the University. This aids 
both the student and the faculty members. 

The school has grown considerably in the last few years 
under the able direction of Dr. Ralph Kirkman. 



Admlnistrafors participate in the Graduation ceremony. 



DR. RALPH E. KIRKMAN 
Dean of the Graduate School 






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January Master of Arts Class 



First Row: Sarah Connelly, May. Zane Cantrell, Larry Lee McFarlin, Marye-. 
dith Martin McFarlin, Bettye Jo Paris Hackett, Lillian Seaton Christian, 
Barbara Luqar Seay. Second Row: Paul Edward Dowell, Jr., Judy Holt 
Marks, May Dean Coop, Judy Aycock Simpson, Ben Franklin Sells, Jr., 
Jackie Addison, Reavis, Samuel Polk McLean. Third Row: James William 
Adams, William Hester Gibbs James Russell Armstrong, James Oren Fraz- 
ier, Terrly Lynn T.homas, Richmond Wade Powers, Dale Gregory HItchens, 
Wllburn Frank Kennedy. 



GRADUATES 



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GRADUATE SCHOOL 




"You should have learned to read before you came to graduate sch 



"Is a misplaced comma a major or a minor error?" 



"I don't know what it is Fred, you tell mel' 





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Don Trisdale, Vice-President; Martha Jewell, Secretary; Rodney Hayes, 
President; Jane Dixon, Treasurer; Gary Clayborne, Sergeant-at-Arms. 



THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



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THE 1968 



SENIORS 





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First Row: 

CHERYLE SUZANNE ABLES . . . Fayetteville 

WANDA LYNN ABLES Daisy 

VIRGINIA LEE ADAIR Hohenwald 

MARILYN WILSON ADCOCK Chattanooga 
JOSEPH MICHAEL AGAN Elmira, N. Y. 

PAMELA ELAINE ALDERSON ..Santa Fe 



LANA DOLORES ALEXANDER 


Chattanooga 


SUSAN BROWN ALEXANDER 


. . Gallatin 


CHERYL FRANCES ALLEN 


Murfreesboro 


JIM ALLEN 


.Murfreesboro 


RUSSELL H. ALLEN 


Hendersonville 


WANDA SHARON ALLEN ,. 


Hendersonville 


Third Row: 




LAWRENCE ORBERY 




ANDERSON 


Mt. Juliet 


NORMA JEAN ANDREWS 


Spring Hill 


WANDA LOUISE ANDREWS 


Spring Hill 


CAROLYN DAVIS ARMS , 


. .Columbia 


RANDALL BYRON 




ARMSBURY Ever 


green Parle. III. 


JeVENA ARMSTRONG ..,, 


, Murfreesboro 


Fourth Row: 




JAMES WENDELL ARNOLD 


.. Eagleville 


LLOYD BAXTER ARNOLD . 


. Nashville 


BENNIE ROBERT ARP 


Oak Ridge 


ROBERT HAYES ASHTON 


Lynnville 


NADINE LOUISE ASLINGER 


. Sale Creek 


CLAUDE EUGENE AUSTIN . 


Celina 



Fifth Row: 

LINDA CHESNUTT AYERS Ooltewah 

LESLIE RAY BAILEY Celina 

DAVID EDWARD BAKER . Murfreesboro 

JERALD WAYNE BALDWIN Chattanooga 
WALTER HAYNES 

BALTIMORE Murfreesboro 

RONALD KINGSLEY 

BANCROFT Murfreesboro 

Sixth Row: 

JAMES WILLIAM BANNISTER ... Nashville 
CHARLES LAWRENCE BARKER Readyville 

DAVID FRANK BARKER Dunlap 

PAUL REED BARNETT Jasper 

BARBARA GORGENE BARRETT Woodbury 
JANCY JEAN BARRETT Nashville 

Seventh Row: 

RIDLEY M. BARRETT Lascassas 

JIMMY GLEN BARRIER Savannah 

MICHAEL PAUL BAUMSTARK .Chattanooga 

JUDITH DIANNE BAWCUM Nashville 

LELA BEATRICE BAXTER Murfreesboro 

JAMES EDWARD BEAVERS .. Christiana 



Eighth Row: 

WILLIAM DAVID BEAZLEY . ..Nashville 

MERILYN BEERNINK Bell Buckle 

JUDI WILLIAMS BELL Lewisburg 

WILLIAM CLAUDE BELL Miami. Ha. 

KENNA GENE BENNETT .. Dallas, Texas 
PATRICIA ANN BETHEL Miami, Fla. 



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First Row: 

KENNETH WAYNE BILBREY . Murfreesboro 
TERRY CORNELIUS BIRD .. Murfreesboro 

PATRICIA KAYE BIVENS Cleveland 

CAROLE BLACK Nashville 

JON HOWARD BLACK Hohenwald 

MELVIN EUGENE BLACK Columbia 

Second Row: 

MARY KATHERINE BLACKIE, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
THOMAS KENNETH 

BLANKENSHIP Georgetown 

JAMES MICHAEL BLEECHER . , Nashville 
MARGARET ANN BLEVINS ....Chattanooga 

JOHN PAUL BOOHER Jamestown 

MICHAEL WAYNE BOWERS Knoxville 

Third Row: 

LAURA BELLE BOWLING Murfreesboro 

WANDA BRYAN BOYCE Shelbyvllle 

DOYLE A. BOYD Donelson 

DONALD M. BREEDING Nashville 

RICHARD AUSTIN BRIMM Knoxville 

SUSAN BRYAN BRITT Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

GERRY DELANE BROWN Portland 

JOHN THOMPSON BRYAN Jackson 

LINDA GAIL BROWN Hixson 

PHILIP WAYNE BRYAN Gallatin 

CRENDA ANN BUCKNER Tullahoma 

MARY JANE BUGBEE Tullahoma 



BETTYE IRENE BULLINGTON 


Old Hickory 


ELVIS WAYNE BURDEN Ne« 


' Salisbury. Ind. 


JEANNETTE MARIE BURROUGH Nashville 


ROBERT CARROLL BURT 


.. Nashville 


FRANKLIN LEWIS BURTON 


Whites Creek 


LINDA LEE BURTON 


Nashville 


Sixth Row: 




RICHARD L. BUTLER ... 


Murfreesboro 


DAVID TIMOTHY CADY 


Dalton, Ga. 


WILLIAM ELMER CAFFY ... 


Murfreesboro 


JONNA LU CALHOUN 


. . Nashville 


BRENDA CAROL CALL 


. .Hlxson 


ANNA BEE CAMPBELL 


Murfreesboro 


Seventh Row: 




GEORGE G. CAMPBELL . 


. . Murfreesboro 


MALA PAULETTE CAMPBELL 


. . Fayettevllle 


SHARYN ELISE CAMPBELL 


. Nashville 


DIANNE FAYE CANTRELL . . 


Smithville 


SANDRA ELAINE CANTRELL Nashville 


SHIRLEY JEAN CANTRELL .. 


. .Old Hickory 


Eighth Row: 




HOWARD KENNY CAPLENOR ... Lebanon 


BOBBIE JEAN GARDEN 


. Manchester 


DONALD EDWARD 




CARMACK J 


acksonville, Fla. 


JERRY CARMICHAEL .... 


Portland, Ore. 


LINDA FELTCN CARTER 


Sparta 


JAMES DARRIS 




CARTER Madison 


Heights, Mich. 



THE 1968 



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SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




T H E 1 


9 6 8 


First Row: 




KEITH SHAW CARVER 


Pulaski 


MARY ELIZABETH CASSADY 


.... Madison 


THOMAS TARDY CASSETTY 


, .Nashville 


JAMES PRESTON CATHEY 


McMinnville 


GERARD CHENARD 


..ShelbyvlIU 


THEODORE CHARLES 




CHITV/OOD 


...Nashville 


Second Row; 




FORREST SHELTON CLARK , 


Murfreesboro 


SUE DAVIS CLARK - , 


Dunlap 


VIRGINIA GAYLE CLARK . 


. .Winchester 


GEORGE WAYNE CLAXTON 


.. Shelbyville 


CAROLYN DIANE CLAY 


Lebanon 


GARY ALTON CLAYBORNE 


Madison 


Third Row: 




GAYLE ELAINE CLOUSE 


Manchester 


JOHN THOMAS 




COATES, JR Br 


dqeport, Ala. 


JOSEPH MARTIN 




COCHRAN. JR 


Gurley, Ala. 


MARTHA KAY COLEMAN 


McMinnville 


MARY BENTON COLEMAN 


. Franklin 


EDDIE JOE COLLINS 


, .Nashville 


Fourth Row: 




JEANIE KAY COLLINS 


Nashville 


ELAINE CONNELLY . 


Lenoir City 


DAVID CROSS COOK , . 


Lebanon 


JUANlTA JUNE COOK . , 


Centerville 


LINDA GREER COOK 


. Nashville 


PAUL EDWARD COOK 


Westmoreland 


Fifth Row: 




WILLIAM JOHN COOK ,., 


Donelson 


JAMES EVANS COOPER 


... Jasper 


MARSHA ANN COOPER 


McMinnville 


JANET MARLENE COPE 


. Nashville 


JUDITH ANN COPE 


, Decherd 


THOMAS WELSH COPELAND Lynchburg 


Sixth Row: 




SUSAN MARIE CORDER ... 


Nashville 


BARBARA SUE CORNETT 


Rock Island 


CHARLES ALOYSIUS COTTER 


Springfield 


BfRON LUTHER COULTER 


Sale Creek 


JOYCE ELAINE COVINGTON 


White House 


LARRY GIBBS COX 


... .Knoxville 


Seventh Row: 




LINDA KAY COX 


. Mancheste^^ 


MARGARET CAROL CRABTREE . . Rockwood 


WILLIAM FISHER CRAFTON 


Portland 


JAMES WILLIAM CRAVEN . . 


- -Jasper 


JESSE GOLDMAN CROOKS 


Daisy 


ROBERT CLARK CROSSLIN 


...Bell Buckle 


Eighth Row: 




LEE OLLEN CROWDER 


Nashville 


CAROL LEE CROWELL 


College Grove 


DENNIS LEE CROWNOVER 


, Winchester 


PATRICIA LYNN CUMMINGS 


. Chattanooqa 


SARA EDMUNDSON 




CUMMINGS 


Murfreesborci 


NANCY PATTERSON CUMMINS Xolumbia 



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First Row: 

SANDRA LEA CURTIS Jasper 

PATRICIA ANN DAFFRON Nashville 

BENJAMIN HARRIS DANIEL Charlotte 

GEORGIA LEE DAUGHTRY Leoma 

JOHN CALVIN DAUGHTRY, JR. Shelbyville 
JOE WAYNE DAVIS Nashville 



Second Row: 

MARTHA FRANCES DAVIS , . Murfreesboro 

MICHAEL DWAIN DAVIS Gainesboro 

RICHARD CLAYTON DAVIS Nashville 

RICHARD SCOTT DAVIS, JR. Nashville 

RONALD TERRY DAVIS . Delano 

WAYNE THOMAS DAVIS . Murfreesboro 



WILLIAM BRADFORD DAWSON .Nashville 

BARBARA ANNE DELK Willlannsport 

THOMAS DAVIS DEWS Nashville 

MARY ELLEN DICKERSON . . Wartrace 

JAMES MANLEY DICKSON Murfreesboro 

MAURICE DAVID 

DILICK Rural Vail 



ey. 



Pa. 



Fourth Row: 

JANICE JAY DIMMOCK Chattanooga 

WILLIAM DOUGLAS DINNING Orlinda 

WILLIAM LEROY DISSPAYNE Donelson 

DONA CHRISTINE DIXON Chattanooga 

VALERIA JANE DIXON ..Chattanooga 

CHRISTINE SIMPSON DODD Bethpage 



Fifth Row: 

JOHN ELLSWORTH DODD, JR. Madison 

WILLIAM NELSON DODDS Spring City 

ALFRED CLYDE 

DODSON, JR Murfreesboro 

JOHNIE LEE DODSON Murfreesboro 

JOHN MARTIN DODSON McMinnville 

MARTHA JANE DOUGLAS Madison 



Sixth Row: 

TERRY DWAIN DOUGLAS Nashville 

SHIRLEY McGEE DOUGLAS McMinnville 

JAMES BENJAMIN DRESSLER Lebanon 

SHARON ELIZABETH 

DUGGAN Chattanooga 

DANNY ALLEN DUKE Smyrna 

PATRICIA ANN DUNCAN Columbia 

Seventh Row: 

DOUGLAS NEBLETT DUNLAP Murfreesboro 
JERRY RAY DUNN Cleveland 

GARY WAYNE DYER Manchester 

SUSAN LYNN DYER Madison 

WILLIAM PRESTON DYER Smvrna 

ROBERT LUTHER ■ y 

DYSART Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. 



Eighth Row: 




JOE NEIL EADS 


Celina 


KERRY LANE EADS 


Celina 


RONNIE DALE EAKES 


Murfreesboro 


EDITH CARROL EAKIN 


Gainesboro 


JOE RONNIE EARLS 


Wartrace 


DONNA JEAN EASTER 


Murfreesboro 




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SENIORS 



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THE 1968 



SENIORS 



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First Row: 




JAMES DONNELL EDGAR 


Nashville 


STEVEN EDGING 


Nashville 


SANDRA GAIL ELAM 


. Morrison 


JOYCE ELDER 


. . .Greenbrier 


SHARON SUE ELLIS 


...Columbia 


NANCY LINDA ENGLAND . . 


Madison 


Second Row: 




LINDA CHARLENE ENNETT 


Nashville 


WALTER CORLEW ESSARY , 


..Nashville 


KATHERINE ANN EVANS , 


.Chattanooga 


PATTYE JONES EVANS , . .- 


. Manchester 


MICHAEL JOSEPH FAHEY 


, . Shelbyville 


JANICE MARIE FANN 


,. Columbia 



Third Row: 

SANDRA KAY FARMER Springfield 

CATHERINE LAKOVv'SKI 

FEDOR Franklin Park, III. 

JOHANNA LEE FELL McMinnville 

JOHN GORDON FINNEY Sewanee 

LINDA DIANE FINNEY Fayetteville 

MELSA ANN FIRTH Crestview, Fla. 



Fourth Row: 




LEVERNE WOODS FISHER 


. Ridgetop 


WILLIAM J. FLANDERS 


McMinnville 


FRANK MORRISS FLY 


Columbia 


PEGGY LEE FLYNN 


Gallatin 


RICHARD SAMMY FORD 


Hartsville 


CHARLES BENJAMIN FORMOSA Nashville 


Fifth Row: 




CAROLYN ANN FORTE . 


Nashville 


EDWARD MARSHALL FOSTER 


Gladeville 


LOIS MARiE FOUTCH , So 


uth Pittsburg 


FREDDIE WAYNE FOX . , 


Franklin 


NANCY McCOLLOUGH FOX 


Bell Buckle 


BEVERLY ANDERSON FREEMAN Smyrna 


Sixth Row: 




JAMES HOWELL FREEMAN 


Murfreesboro 


PHILIP WAYNE FREEZE ... 


Manchester 


GERTHAL FRENCH 


. .Nashville 


JONATHAN MOULTON 




FRIEDMAN 


Murfreesboro 


DONNA LYNN FULLER 


Chattanooga 


CAROL LYNDA GAFFNEY 


. . Nashville 


Seventh Row: 




JERRY WADE GAITHER . 


Murfreesboro 


EDWIN ELLIS GALLAGHER, JR. Winchester 


JOHN ALTON GAMBLE 


. . Dellrose 


LANE ALLEN GARNER 


Chattanooga 


RITA RAE GATHMANN . . 


Franklin 


CHARLES KENNETH GIBSON 


Nashville 


Eighth Row: 




JAMES ALBERT GIBSON 


Bell Buckle 


FAYE LOUISE GILISPIE . . 


McMinnville 


JERRY EDWARD GILLILAND 


Chattanooga 


DAVID PARNELL GLOVER 


. . . .Obion 


EMMA KAY GODAWA 


Lawrenceburg 


MARY RUTH GOFF 


Murfreesboro 



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First Row: 

PAM CUREY GOFF Murfreesboro 

JAN PYLE GOMEZ Murfreesboro 

LAVINA NICHOLSON 

GOSSETT Mt. Pleasant 

CLIFFORD DONNELL GRAVES, JR. Donelson 

ELSIE REID GRAY Nashville 

JERRY MICHAEL GRAY Tullahoma 



Second Row: 

JOHN RONALD GREEN 
RUBY ROZAN GREEN 
BARRY LANE GREEVER 
CHARLES GRIFFIN 
NANCY ALENE GRIFFIN 
GLENDA ANN GRIGGS 



Murfreesboro 
Murfreesboro 
Murfreesboro 
Watertown 
.. Flintville 
Lawrenceburg 



Third Row: 

AGNES SWALLOWS GRIMES Livingston 

JOSEPH PAUL GRINDSTAFF . Watertown 

SARA LUSTY GROSSHOLZ Nashville 

SANDRA LYNN GRUBBS . .Athens, Ala. 

JOSEPH WILLIAM GUTHRIE Dayton 

LARRY PAUL HALL Tullahoma 



Sixth Row: 

MICHAEL CLABE HAMBRICK Lewisburg 

ROBERT PATY HAMILTON Lebanon 

BEVERLY JEANNE HAMMER Murfreesboro 
JERRY WINFORD HAMMOCK Nashville 

RACHEL LUCiNDA 

HAMPTON Lawrenceburg 
ROBERT HANKINS, JR Nashville 



JO ANNE HARRELL . 


Murfreesboro 


BARBARA JANE HARRIS 


, , . Joliet, III. 


JAMES HARRIS 


Murfreesboro 


JAMES HARRIS , , , 


Nashville 


ELIZBETH ANN HARRISON 


Nashville 


GARY LINDEN HART 


..Nashville 



Sixth Row: 

WILLIAM ROBERT HARVEY Murfreesboro 
NORMA JEAN HASTON , . Nashville 

BETTY JO HASTY Shelbyville 

ELSIE MEFFORD HAYES Tullahoma 

RODNEY HAYES Murfreesboro 

MARGARET HAYNES Murfreesboro 



Seventh Row: 

PAULA HAYNES , 
CHERI JANE HEADDEN 
BONNIE LEE hlEARN 
BOBBY STEVE HEATH 
SUE EARL HEATHMAN 



Sale Creek 

Nashville 

Nashville 

Murfreesboro 

Nicholasville, Ky. 



HAROLD CUTHBERT HEDDEN Chattanooga 



Eighth Row: 

WILLIAM ROBERT HEDGE , , Nashville 
SANDRA ANDERTON HEDGEPATH Franklin 

RICHARD LEE HENDRIKSON Murfreesboro 

PATSY ANN HENDRIX Murfreesboro 

JAMES ALLEN HENDRIXSON Smithville 

GRACIE SULLIVAN HENSON Lawrenceburg 




THE 1968 



SENIORS 



270 



THE 1968 



SENIORS 




First Row: 

REBECCA ANN HENTZ Nashville 

MELVIN GILLION HERRING , . Oak Ridge 
LINDA LORRAINE HESTER . Shelbyville 

SHARON HIETT Nashville 

NANCY CAROL HIGHT Madison 

SUSAN DEAN HIGLEY Madison 

Second Row: 

CARTER WAYNE HILL Winchester 

EULA LOCKHART HILLIS . , Tracy City 

HELEN JANE HINDMAN^ . Brownsboro, Ala. 
JAMES RONALD 

HINDMAN ,, . Brownsboro. Ala. 

PAULA LOUISE HINDS Nashville 

KENNETH WAYNE HOBBS . .Chattanooga 



Third Row: 

CARL DOUGLAS HOFFMAN Nashville 

KAY ALMOND HOGAN Nashville 

ANITA KAY HOLDEN Murfreesboro 

JAMES DAVID HOLDERFIELD . Nashville 

CAROL ANN HOLLAND Nashville 

ELIZABETH MAY HOLLY . Lewisburg 



Fourth Row: 

NELDA KAY HOLT .... Lawrenceburq 

PATRICIA ANN HOLT , . College Grove 
PEGGY MONTEZ HOOTEN . . Lewisburg 
JOSEPH H. HOWELL Fayettevllle 

MARY JO HOWELL Murfreesboro 

THELMA JOYCE HUDDLESTON ..Lafayette 



Fifth Row: 

NANCY MAE HUDGENS . Murfreesboro 

CHARLES HUISHOF Lewisburg 

MACKIE HUMPHRIES Nashville 

MARILYN PATRICIA HUNTER White House 

JAMES DOUGLAS HYDE Tullahoma 
GEORGE CHESTER 

JACKSON. JR Whitwell 

Sixth Row: 

DELMA FAYE JACOBS McMinnville 

DONALD FRANK JACOBS Fayettevllle 

MARTHA JACQUELINE 

JARRATT Murfreesboro 

WILLIAM JERALD JENNINGS Woodbury 
IROCUS EDWARD 

JERNIGAN Murfreesboro 

MARIHA ESTELLE JEWELL , ,, Lebanon 



Seventh Row: 

DIANNE JOHNSON Murfreesboro 

IRVING JOSHUA 

JOHNSON Fort Lauderdale Fla 

LINDA KAYE JOHNSON Nashville 

REBECCA ANN JOHNSON Dunlap 

JIMMIE KAY JOHNSTON Hohenwald 

CONNIE SUE JONES ... Mt Pleasant 



Eighth Row: 

MARTHA ALICE JONES . Murfreesboro 

REGINA CLARE JONES Nashville 

SANDRA MARILYN JONES Gallatin 

HERBERT BRUCE JORDON Smyrna 

GLENDA JOYCE KARTY McMinnville 

RONALD KARTY McMinnville 



271 



First Row: 




EMILIE EVANS KEISTER 


Nashville 


EMILY BELLE KELLEY 


Waynesboro 


MARY BETH KERR 


Chapel Hill 


SANDRA JEAN KERR ..Granville, N.D. 


BARBARA ANN KIKER .. Albertville, Ala. 


JUDY KNOWLES 


...Lebanon 


Second Row: 




TRUDY KNOWLES 


Lebanon 


CAROL JOAN KOS 


Hendersonville 


RICHARD ALAN KOTTLER 


Nashville 


KENNETH RANDALL KRAFT 


. ..Nashville 


ANN ELIZABETH LADD 


Murfreesboro 


JAMES RICHARD LaFAVOR 


Murfreesboro 


Third Row; 




DONNA DEHRAN LAIN 


Mt. Juliet 


TONY WARREN LANCASTER 


. Lewisburg 


WILLIAM BOULDIN LANDERS 


Murfreesboro 


ROY EDWARD LANDRUM 


Murfreesboro 


BOBBY JOE LANGFORD 


Gallatin 


MELINDA ANN LANIER .... 


. Murfreesboro 


Fourth Row: 




JUDY CLAY LANKFORD 


Nashville 


WILLIAM DABNEY LAPPIN 


Nashville 


JOHN FITE LARKIN 


Huntland 


DAVID CARR LAWRENCE 


...Nashville 


WILLIAM HENRY LAWSON 


Hohenwald 


LINDA JANELLE LAYNE 


Pelham 


Fifth Row: 




ROGER CLARK LEAVER . 


Nashville 


JAMES OZRO LEDBETTER 


Winchester 


BELVA JEAN LEE 


. Bell Buckle 


DEBORAH LEE 


Nashville 


HAROLD OLIVER LEE 


. .Nashville 


MARGARET GARY LEE 


. .Hohenwald 


Sixth Row: 




MARVIN CRAIG LEONARD 


Nashville 


KAY LESTER 


....Nashville 


RALPH GEIST 




LEVERETT Colorado 


Springs. Colo. 


PAMELA GARNER LEWIS 


Decherd 


BRENDS LEE LICHTENFELS 


Kingsport 


PATRICIA ANN LIECHTY 


.. Huntland 


Seventh Row: 




NEVA LIEFER 


Red Bud, III. 


LINDA IRENE 




LIPPARD Che 


;boygan, Mich. 


ELSIE CHARLENE LORANCE 


. McMinnville 


KEITH ERWIN LORENZ . 


Hendersonville 


JOHN WILLIAM LOVIER 


Nashville 


JOHN HARRISON LOWE 


Nashville 



Eighth Row: 

LINDA LOU LUTHER Bon Aqua 

JOHN WILLIAM LYNCH Nashville 

MARY ANN LYNN Columbia 

ALEXANDER MacLACHLAN Manchester 

WALTER KING MacPHERSON Franklin 

STANLEY EUGENE 

MAHURIN Wood River. Neb. 

THE 1968 




SENIORS 



272 



THE 1968 



SENIORS 




MM 




First Row: 

CHARLES W. MALONE Old Hickory 

JIMMY RAY MALONE . Old Hickory 

MARY JEAN MANGRUM Fairview 

JOAN CLARK MANN ,. Hamilton. Ala. 
MARY CHARLOTTE MANSFIELD .... Pulaski 
MARY LENELLE MARABLE Smyrna 



Second Row: 

GAYLE GILBERT MARSH , Chattanooga 

DONALD EUGENE MARTIN .. Murfreesboro 
JOHN AUGUSTUS MARTIN .McMinnville 

DIANA DAVIS MASON Lebanon 

LINDA ANN MASON Murfreesboro 

MICHAEL MATHENY Livingston 



Third Row: 

KITTY ANN MATHIS Chattanooga 

JANICE ELAINE MAYBERRY Chattanooga 

JOHN BARNETT MAYES Rockwood 

BEVERLY JANE MAYNARD Nashville 

JERRY ALLAN MAYO Nashville 

JOHN DANIEL McALPINE Nashville 



Fourth Row: 

THOMAS HOUSTON 

McCANDLESS Columbia 

TERRY WENDELL McCORMAC .Nashville 

BOBBYETTE McCOY Sparta 

RUTH DIANNE McCUISTON , Nashville 

JOHN RUSSELL McDANIEL Lewlsburq 

MAGGIE JOYCE McDOWELL Rock Island 



Fifth Row: 

BENITA BLACK McFARLIN . Murfreesboro 
RICHARD HUGHES McFERRIN Fayetteville 
JUDITH LYNN McKEE Columbia 

JAMES WENDELL McKENZIE .. Dayton 
MATTIE WHYTE McKNlGHT Murfreesboro 
MARY PRUETT McLEMORE . .Manchester 



Sixth Row: 

RONALD LEE McLEMORE ...Blanche 

DORA LEE McMEEN Spring Hill 

JAMES THOmAS McMILLEN Goodlettsville 

SANDRA FAY McMURTRY , Old Hickory 

SARAH McNABB Fayetteville 

MARTHA ANN McNATT Shelbyville 



«** "8 


Seventh Row: 




m ^ / 


SUZANNE McNATT 


.Fayetteville 


mt "^/ 


MARY SMITH McNEILL 


. . Hermitage 


-^^^k^^ 


BILLIE JEAN MEEKS 


Tracy City 


^^■k^vi^k. 


JULIA MEEKS 


, , Coalmont 


^^^Bb^^^ 


ALBERT R. MIDGETT , , . 


Lebanon 


^^^ 


DONALD CRAIG MILLER 


. .Chattanooga 


A 


Eighth Row: 




v^i 


JOHNNY NEIL MILLER 


Christiana 


V J^ 


JUDY CAROLYN MILLER 


., Christiana 


.^ii2^ 


LINDA GAIL MILLER 


Lenoir City 


^■^^1 


MARCIA ANNE MILLER 


. . Winchester 


^H^H 


JOSEPH LEE MITCHELL 


Murfreesboro 




BILLY DON MOATES 


Pulaski 



273 



First Row: 

BEVERLY JEAN MODGLIN . .Oak Lawn. IIL 
SHARON MILLER MOFFETT Murfreesboro 
ROSE SLUSHER MONTGOMERY . . . .Smyrna 
JERRELL WAYNE MOON .Huntsville, Ala. 
BILLY MARSHALL 

MOONINGHAM Bell Buckle 

ANN SHERRILL MOORE Pulaski 

Second Row: 

CHARLES TURNEY MOORE ..Lacassas 

JOHN EDWARD MOORE Dayton 

CAROLYN ANN MORRIS Nashville 

JUDY LAYNE MORRIS Woodbury 

SHERRIE MORRIS Tullahoma 

JAMES PATRICK MORRISON Jasper 

Third Row: 

SHARON LYNN MORROW Nashville 
JAMES JOSEPH 

MORTON Boston, Mass. 

CHARLES RAY MOSLEY Nolensville 

DANIEL LEE MOSLEY . Collierville 

CATHERINE ANN MOSS Nashville 

CAROLYN MOYERS . Murfreesboro 



Fourth Row: 

JOEL DAVID MULLINIKS . . 
DAYTON WAYNE MULLINS 
JERRY ALLEN MUNGLE 
BARBARA ANNE MURPHREE 
MICHAEL NEIL MURPHY 
RONNIE GORDON MURPHY 



Fifth Row: 

JOAN MARIE MURRAY 
KITTIE MAXINE MYATT 
LELIA VAUGHN MYERS 
LARRY LEWIS NEEDHAM 
SHEILA LYNN NEELY 
THOMAS NELMS 



Cornersville 

. . Smyrna 

Hartsville 

Centerville 

Murfreesboro 

- Cleveland 



, . Blrchwood 

White Bluff 

Nashville 

. . Franklin 

Murfreesboro 

Murfreesboro 



Sixth Row: 

DONNA KAY NELSON 

JAMES HOWARD NELSON 

PATSY PRICE NEWBERRY 

PRISCILLA JOY NORMAN 

KAREN JO NORTHARD 

JOE EDWIN NUNLEY Murfreesboro 



Shelbyville 

Springfield 

.Shelbyville 

Columbia 

.Hi«on 



Seventh Row: 

PATRICIA FAYE NUNLEY 

FRANK LOGAN OAKBERG 

SARAH CASH OAKLEY 

MARVIN DONNELL ODOM 

LINDA FAYE OLIVER 'Chickamauga Ga 

RAY CLIFFORD OPPEL Corydon Ind 



Tracy City 

Oak Ridge 

Chattanooga 

Lascassas 



Eighth Row: 

LINDA NEAL ORMAN ... Madison 

BARBARA ANN ORR Nashville 
BARBARA CHERYL ORRELL Chattanooga 

JANE FRANCES ORTH Nashville 
CHARLES 'WALTON OVERALL Madison 

JAMES HERBERT OWENBY Seviervllle 




THE 1968 



SENIORS 



274 



SENIORS 



THE 1968 




First Row: 

KAREN THURLENE PACE . . . Murfreesboro 

JUDITH FAYE PARKER Pulaski 

LYLE LYNN PARKER Silver Lake. Ind. 

RAWLIN LYNN PARKER Chattanooga 

WILLIAM ALTON PARKER Knoxville 

MARTIN LAWRENCE 

PARMETER Logansport. Ind. 

Second Row: 

JAMES EUGENE PARNELL Nashville 

SHIRLEY COOPER PARSLEY Murfreesboro 

JULIA ANN PARTEE Nashville 

PAUL STEPHEN PARTIN Tullahoma 

JOHN HAROLD PASCHAL .Palmetto, Fla. 
THURMAN McLAIN PATE ., Nashville 



Third Row: 

BRENDA BOUNDA PATTON . McMinnville 

MARY VIRGINIA PECK Chattanooga 

JUDY ANN PEERY Culleoka 

GERALDINE DURA PEKALA ..Chattanooga 
CAROL YVONNE PENDERGRASS Nashville 
JANICE CAROL 

PENDERGRASS Kingston Springs 

Fourth Row: 

THOMAS NEIL PEREZ Newark, N.J. 

JOHN CLEVELAND PERRY Madison 

KATHLEEN PETERSON Chapel Hill 

NANCY RUTH PETRETZKY . . Oak Ridge 

CARL WAYNE PETTES Lewisburg 

WILLIAM WYATT PETTUS . . . College Grove 



Fifth Row: 

KENNETH DOUGLAS 

PETTY Kingston Springs 

MARY KATHERINE PETTY Columbia 

PAULA JANE PETTY Manchester 

JOSEPH BINKLEY PHILLIPS Nashville 

JOSEPH CLARK PHILPOTT Taft 

MARILYN KAY PIERCE Rockwood 

Sixth Row: 

THOMAS LARRY PIERCE Shelbyville 

MARY ANN PITT Springfield 

RHONDA SUE PITTS Woodbury 

JIMMY WAYNE POLLOCK . ..Tullahoma 
THOMAS CURREY POLLOCK ...Pulaski 
MA.RY ANN POWELL Eaglevllle 

Seventh Row: 

PRATER LEE POWELL Manchester 

SYLVIA POWER Murfreesboro 

PATRICIA READ PRAHL Murfreesboro 

JIMMY RAY PRATER Nashville 

WILLIAM CECIL PRATER Murfreesboro 

VIRGINIA BLANCHARD 

PRESCOTT Murfreesboro 

Eighth Row: 

JEANNE STEELE PRESTON Nashville 

JOHN ALEXANDER PRICE Jasper 

SHANNA PRICE Lafayette 

GWENDOLYN ANNE PULLEN ...Nashville 

RITA JO PULLIAM Nashville 

CARL JEROME PURYEAR Dalton, Ga. 



275 



First Row: 

LESLIE JANE FYLE Chattanooga 

SUZANNE MARTIN PYLE Tullahoma 

CAROLYN JUNE QUALLS .... Murfreesboro 

ALICE FAYE RALSTON Eaglevllle 

JOHNNIE KENNETH RALSTON ..Eagleville 
WILLIAM BOYD RALSTON Pulaski 

Second Row: 

KATHRYN ANN RAMSEY .. Chattanooga 

ROBERT RASCOLL Nashville 

LEON ALLISON RASH ... Bridgeport, Ala. 
JUDY GAIL RAWDON Summertown 
CAROL ANDERSON REGG Hendersonville 
CARL FREDERICK REID Sewanee 



Third Row: 

ALENA LEE REINA Miami, Fla. 

JUDY DOBSON REMMELE . Murfreesboro 
ELEANOR JANIS RENNER Cleveland 

CHERYL DEE RHEINSCHELD Smyrna 

RICHARD DAVID RICE Murfreesboro 

JIM RICHARDSON Tullahoma 

Fourth Row: 

JOYCE ANN RICHARDSON Nashville 

LOUANNE RICHARDSON .... Shelbyville 

WILLIAM RICHARD RIEVES Nashville 

MELBA ANN RILEY Hampshire 

BETTY LOU ROACH .McMinnville 

TERRY LEE ROEBINS ... Clinton 



Fifth Row: 

JUDY PITTS ROBERSON Columbia 

LINDA KAY ROBERSON Winchester 

SHEARON VIRGINIA ROBERTS Old Hickory 

KAREN WHALEY ROBERTSON Sevierville 

JAMES THOMAS ROBINSON Chapel Hill 

JULIAN FRANCIS ROEMER Oak Ridge 



Sixth Row: 

KATHY MARY ROGERS Nashville 

NICHOLAS ANTHONY ROSE, JR. Nashville 
BARRY ALLEN ROSS Murfreesboro 

JANIE LEE ROSS Smyrna 

JOSEPH HARRY ROSSMAN Tullahoma 

ROSEMOND RUSS . . Loretto 



Seventh Row; 

DONALD EARL RUTLEDGE . .Chattanooga 
FRED TEDDY SADLER, JR. Nashville 

RAMON ZOLLIE SAFLEY ..Clearwater Fla 
CHARLES CLARK SANDERS Mt Pleasant 
CHARLES FREDERICK 

SANDERS. JR. Bridgeport, Ala. 

WILLIAM NEWTON SANDERS Georoetown 



Eighth Row: 

WILLIAM CARNEY SANTI Nashville 
SANDRA MAE 

SANTIAGO Long Island N.Y. 

RITA SCHAERER . ', Decherd 

DWIGHT LARKIN SCHULTZ Huntland 

CATHY SCOTT Huntsvllle, Ala. 

BILL LEWIS SEIFERT Nashville 




£^££2£ 




THE 1968 



SENIORS 



276 



SENIORS 



THE 1968 




First Row: 




JAMES ROBERT SEYMOUR ^ . 


. OIney. III. 


SHIRLEY ANN SHADDIX 


, Pulaski 


JERRY WAYNE SHANNON 


Hixson 


MARY ELIZABETH SHARP . 


.Nashville 


VIRGINIA CHAPMAN SHARP 


Nashville 


FRANCIS DELANO SHAVER , 


Roanoke, Va. 


Second Row: 




MARTHA LOU SHELTON 


Winchester 


JAMES ELDON SHEPHERD 


Hixson 


JAMES DAVID SIMMONS 


..Nashville 


WILLIAM FRANK SIMS 


Culleoka 


ANN CHERYL SITTON ... 


Chattanooga 


WESLEY BATSON SLAYDEN .. 


..Nashville 


Third Row: 




ROBERT DAWSON 




SLAYMAKER CI 


eveland, Ohio 


BETTY BLACKBURN SMITH 


Tullahoma 


BILLY HALL SMITH 


Pulaski 


CHARLES RAY SMITH 


. . . Hernnitage 


DAN ROBERTS SMITH 


. Franklin 


GAYLON JENKINS SMITH . ., 


. Hermitage 



Fourth Row: 

JAMES KENNETH SMITH Franklin 

JAMES THOMAS SMITH Columbia 

JOHN EDWARD SMITH ., Nashville 

KATHLEEN SAVAGE SMITH Murfreesboro 

MARCIA LYNN SMITH Murfreesboro 

MYRNA JOYCE SMITH .. McMlnnville 



Fifth Row: 

SHELLEY KAY SMITH . Greenville, S.C. 

BETTY JANE SMOTHERMAN , Murfreesboro 
MARY ALICE SMYTHE . Jackson 

GLENN ANTHONY SNEED Nashville 

PATRICIA LOUISE SNOWDEN Murfreesboro 
CAROL ANN SPANGLER Chattanooga 



Sixth Row: 




BRENDA JOYCE SPANN 


Charlotte 


DANNY WAYNE SPEARS 


. Hohenwald 


DANNY MITCHELL SPENCER 


..Franklin 


SHIRLEY JEAN SPRINGER 


Nashville 


DANNY B. SPROUSE 


Winchester 


JAMES ERWIN STAMPS 


. Shelbyville 


Seventh Row: 




CHARLES RAY STEELMAN 


Flintville 


SUSAN KAY STEELMAN 


. Chattanooga 


LIBBY YOUNG STEELY 


Lewisburg 


DONALD RAY STEELY . 


Columbia 



JERRY LEE STEPHENS Celina 

WENDELL VINSON STEPHENS Murfreesborc 



Eighth Row: 

HELEN ELIZABETH STROM ..Knoxville 

SUSAN RAY STUART Charlotte 

CAROL ANN STUBBS Cleveland 

MARY LOU-SUDDARTH Murfreesboro 

CAROLYN JEAN SUTTON Manchester 

PATRICIA HALLBERG SUTTON ...Nashville 



277 



First Row: 

LINDA FAYE SWANN Cross Plains 

MURRAY LUVERNE 

SWANSON Mound, Mo. 

MARTHA STEPHAN SWEENEY , .Cornersville 

PATRICIA RUTH SWIFT Nashville 

SAMMY VIRGIL SWOR, JR Nashville 

DONALD WAYNE TARTER Miami, Fla. 

Second Row: 

JANIS LOUISE TARTER Miami, Fla. 

AUDREY LOUISE TAYLOR Tullahoma 

JERRY LEE TAYLOR Antioch 

WILLIAM HOWARD TAYLOR . Murfreesboro 
LINDA CAROLYN TELFORD . . . Mt. Juliet 
JOSH TENPENNY Woodbury 



Third Row: 

EVELYN BEARD TERRY . . . , Lawrenceburg 
DONNA LOVE THEDFORD ,, Greenbrier 

ELLEN TUCKER THOMAS Tullahoma 

JERRY THOMAS Five Points 

REYNOLDS ELON THOMAS Nashville 

BARBARA JEAN THOMPSON Lewisburg 



LAWRENCE WILSON 




TOLLIVER 


Louisville, Ky. 


JUNE KNIGHT TOMLINSON 


Murfreesboro 


WILLIAM GIFFORD 




TOMLINSON 


Murfreesboro 


LINDA FAYE TRAMEL , . . 


Dowelltown 


WALTER DISMUKES TREANOR 


... .Nashville 


DONALD JAY TRISDALE 


Nashville 


Fifth Row: 




PATRICIA ANN TROUPE 


..Shelbyville 


JOHN CURTIS TUCKER . 


Tullahoma 


REBECCA ALLEN TUCKER 


Murfreesboro 



GWENDOLYN CAMELIA TURNER Whitwell 
GWENDOLYN JANE TURNER , Jasper 

JUDITH ANN TURNER Madison 



Sixth Row: 

LYNN HENRY TUTTLE . .. Nashville 

JOY MARIE USERY Columbia 

GRAY EPPS VANCE Bell BucUe 

ROBBIE LYNDA VANCE . . Fayetteville 
CAROLYN ANN VANDERGRIFF Dowelltown 
JO DORIS VANDERPOOL Smlthville 



Seventh Row; 

JUDY MARGARET VARNER Hixson 

JOHN PORTER VAUGHN ...Murfreesboro 

WILLIAM FRANK VICTORY Nashville 

LEMUEL FRANKLIN WADE .Chattanooga 
JOHN LYNN WAKEFIELD , .. Lewisburg 
STEVEN JOSEPH 

WAKEFIELD Indianapolis, Ind 



Eighth Row: 

ALVIN MURREY WALKEE Lewisburg 

LE ANN SEVERY WALKER Nashville 

SCOTT BARTON WALKER Nashville 

ROY CLEVELAND WALLACE Old Hickory 
JACKIE FREDERICK WARREN Tullahomfi 
BARBARA JANE WATTS Nashville 



Ninth Row: 

JAMES TERRY WANFORD ..Old Hickory 

BRENDA DIANNE WEBB Jasper 

MARY ANN WEBBER Murfreesboro 

DIANE YVONNE WEBSTER Columbia 

JACK NOLAN WELCH Dayton 

JOSEPH PRATT WELCH Nashville 




278 




f iif.f^ ^ 




First Row: 

WILLIAM DAY WELCH ..Tullahoma 

RONALD JAMES WELDING .Pittsburgh, Pa. 
SHARON LONG WERNER ....Chattanooga 

PATRICIA ANN WEST Nashville 

HELEN MARIE WHITAKER Smyrna 

JERE LYNN WHITAKER Bell Buclcle 

Second Row; 

BARBARA CAROLE WHITE ...Chattanooga 

CAROL JEAN WHITE Nashville 

LINDA CHERYL WHITE Satellite Beach. Fla. 

BEN ALLEN WHITESELL Lewisburg 

JACKIE DOYLE WHITLEY Athens 

KENNETH WHITTLE Nashville 

Third Row: 

LINDA WILBANKS Ooltewah 

DONALD CLAYMAN V^ILEE Donelson 

MYRA LUKER WILEE Pulaski 

JAMES ROBERT WILHITE .. ..Chattanooga 
DAN FRANKLIN WILKINSON Winchester 
MARCIA FRANCILLE WILLARD Bell Buclcle 



Fourth Row: 




ANN SUTTON WILLIAMS 


Shelbyvllle 


BARBARA CASEY WILLIAMS 


.. ..Decherd 


BRENDA KAY WILLIAMS 


.Tullahoma 


DONALD BARRY WILLIAMS . 


.Murfreesboro 


GEORGIA MAE WILLIAMS . . 


. Nashville 


JAMES G. WILLIAMS 


. .. .Nashville 



FiFth Row: 

LARRY GORDON WILLIAMS Norene 

LARRY HOUSTON 

WILLMORE McMinnvIlle 

CAROLE WILSON Hlxson 

JO ANNE WILSON Nashville 

MARY JUDITH WILSON . College Grove 
JAMES EDWIN WINDROW College Grove 



WILLIE ARLINE WINDROW . 


.Rockvale 


CAMPBELL WAYNE WINKLER 


McMinnvIlle 


LOU WINN 


.. Clarksville 


JOYCE ANN WOLFE . . . 


Chattanooga 


BRENDA SUE WOMACK 


..Smithville 


IRIS FAYE WOMACK 


.Woodbury 


Seventh Row: 




JAMES PAUL WOMACK 


Chattanooga 


SANDRA KAY WOOD 


.. ..Smyrna 


HAROLD CECIL WOODLEE 


.. Pelham 


FRANCES ELIZABETH WOODY 


Columbia 


FRED NEWTON WOODY 


. .Santa Fe 


NANCY WOODY 


. .Nashville 



Eighth Row: 

JEFFREY LYNN WORTMAN .Newark. Ohio 
FREDRICK WESLEY 

WRIGHT Sprlngtield, III. 

ROSEMARY YANDLE Madison 

CHARLENE LILLIAN YOST ...Nashville 

MARY JO YOUNG Lebanon 

RICHARD E. YOUNG Nashville 



ROGER YOUNG 

HARRY ROtvJALD ZAGER 

NANCY FAYE ZEBER 



.Madlso 
. Nashvllh 
.Columbl. 



279 



THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Bettye Sims, Trea:urer: Pam Owen, Secretary: Billy Joe Wiley, Vice-President; 
Jim Free, President; Mile Law, Serqoant-at-Arnns. 




280 




JUNIORS 



First Row: 




GEORGE M. ADAIR . . 


. . . Nashville 


ANNE ADAMS 


. . . Columbia 


WILLIAM S. ADCOCK , . 


. . Harriman 


CHARLES AKIN 


Franklin 


MICHAEL J. ALBANO . , 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


JULIE C. ALEXANDER . . 


. . . , Franklin 


Second Row: 




GARY ALlEN 


. . Columbia 


LARRY HAROLD ALLEN . 


. . . . Gallatin 


BILL ALLEY 


. . Nashville 


JANIE AMBURGEY . 


. . Concord 


EMILY AMONETT .... 


. . Nashville 


JOE N. ANDERSON . . . 


Donelson 


Third Row: 




RICHARD A. ARNOLD . 


Alexandria. Va. 


PETE ATCHLEY 


. Chattanooga 


TOMMY AUSTIN 


... Dunlap 


L. PAUL AYDELOTT , , 


Centerville 


DANNY BACKHERMS . . 


Corydon, Ind. 


ROBERT BAILEY .... 


. . , Whitwell 


Fourfh Row: 




EDWARD A. BAKER , 


Freeport. Pa. 


JANICE FAYE BAKER . . 


. . . Columbia 


EDWARD BALES .... 


. . Rockford 


LINDA BALLARD 


. . . Nashville 


BETTY ANN BARNES . St. 


Petersburg. Fia. 


BEVERLY BARNES .... 


. Shelbyville 


Fifth Row: 




CARL DENNIS BARNES 


Nashville 


GARRET BARNETT .... 


Waynesboro 


ELIZABETH ELAINE 




BARNHILL 


Murfreesboro 


WILLIAM C. BARRON II 


. . . Nashville 


PATRICIA BASS . . 


Chattanooga 


DIANNE BEADLE .... 


Watertown 


Sixth Row: 




EVA SUE BEAN 


Monteagle 


LILLIAN BEARD 


. . . Franklin 


PATSY BEARDEN .... 


. . Tullahoma 


KEITH BEATY 


Cleveland 


BRENDA JOYCE BECK . 


. Nashville 


REID A. BECKER . . 


. Nashville 


Seventh Row: 




MARY LYNN BECKHAM . 


Waynesboro 


GLENN EDWARD BEECH 


Fayettevllle 


HOWARD F. BELL . . 


Nashville 


JOYCE ANN BELL , 


Nashville 


SHIRLEY BELLENFANT 


Nashville 


DOUG BENNETT 


Murfreesboro 


Eighth Row: 




MICHAEL BENNETT , 


Hlxson 


DON BESHEARS 


. . , Smlthville 


DELIA BIGGER 


Murfreesboro 


LINDA JONES BILBREY 


Murfreesboro 


LINDA J. BINKLEY 


Murfreesboro 


JACK LEE BIRCHETT 


. Chattanooga 


THE 1968 



281 



THE 1968 



JUNIORS 



First Row: 




JUDY BLACKFORD .... 


. . . Nashville 


JAN BLAIR 


. . Tullahoma 


MARY ELIZABETH BLAIR . 


Ootlewah 


FAYE BLAKE 


. . Nashville 


NELLY BLANKENSHIP 


. . . Benton 


JAMES VICTOR BOGGESS 




Second Row: 




MERRILL BOOTH 


. . . Nashville 


REGINA E. BOWEN . . 


.... Daisy 


PATRICIA BOWLING . . 


Lascassas 


JEROLD BOX . . 


Nashville 


CHARLES R. BRACKEN 


Estill Springs 


LINDA SUE BRADLEY 


Copperhill 


Third Row: 




BRENDA BRALY . , 


. . . Pulaski 


GAYLE BRANTLEY , . . . 


. Madison 


DAVID L. BRATCHER , . 


. Smithvllle 


JANICE BRITTON . . 


Shelbyvllle 


JOSEPH W. BROOKS 


Holcomb 


EDDY ALLEN BROWN . . 


, . Nashville 



Fourth Row: 

JANET M. BROWN . . . Nashville 

PHIL R. BROWN Nashville 

RANDY BROWN , • ' . Soddy 

WANDA FAYE BROWN . Nashville 

ERNIE DAVID 

BROWNING ... Red Bollinq Springs 
SANDRA BRUCE Gallatin 



Fifth Row: 




SUSAN BRYSON . . 


Woodbury 


CHARLIE BUHLER , 


Lebanon 


SHARON BURT . 


Lynchburg 


KEN BUTNER 


. Nashville 


MARGARET E. CALAHAN 


Belford 


DONALD W. CALVERT . 


Lev/lsburq 


Sixth Row: 




JO ANN CAMPBELL 


Smyrna 


ROBERT S. CAROLAND 


Cedarvllle 


WANDA CARPENTER , . . 


Corinth, Miss. 


THOMAS CARTER .... 


. S. Pittsburg 


JOHN CARVER ... 


... Pulaski 


KERRY L. CASHION 


Nashville 


Seventh Row: 




DONALD W. CATHEY 


Shelbyvllle 


PEGGY M. CATHEY . . 


Lewlsburg 


ARDIE R. CHAMPION 


. . Winchester 


MICHAEL CHANCE 


Nashville 


JAY CHAPMAN 


Lawrenceburg 


JEAN CHAPMAN .... 


. . , Nashville 


Eighth Row: 




PAUL CHEATHAM 


. . Lewlsburg 


ROBERT CHENARD . . . . 


. . Shelbyvllle 


DUKE CHERRY ... Her 


mitage Springs 


JAMES E. CHOATE . . . 


, . . Nashville 


TONY CHUMLEY 


. . . Lebanon 


PATRICIA CLAYTON . G 


j|f Breeze, Fla. 





First Row: 

KATHY CLEMMER Dickson 

ALLEN REESE COGGINS . . - Oak Ridge 

GAIL COLEBROOKE Arrlnqton 

NOEL V. COLEMAN Nashville 

ALLAN L. COLYAR Tullahoma 

BARBARA COMER Lebanon 

Second Row: 

HOWARD GLYNNE COOK . . Woodbury 

LYNN COOK Crossville 

WILLIAM MILES COOK , - . Columbia 
LLOYD COOPER ^ . Hlxson 

JOHN GILBERT CORDELL . , . , Dunlap 
WILLIAM CORNES Chattanooga 

Third Row: 

DAVID CORNETT Chattanooga 

WILLIAM M. COTHERN ... Nashville 
JOHN THOMAS COWAN . Winchester 

DONNA CHERYL COX Lebanon 

JAMES COX Lafayette 

PATRICK COX Chattanooga 

Fourth Row: 

ROCKY T. CRAFT Nashville 

WILLIAM S. CRAIG Gallatin 

LYNN CROWDER Chattanooga 

JOSEPH HOWE CRUMBLISS Chattanooga 
ALLIE RUTH CUNNINGHAM Watertown 
JOHN E. CUNNINGHAM . . . Columbia 



Fifth Row: 




CAREY DANIEL 


... Franklin 


ELIZABETH ANN DANIEL 


. . LaVergne 


GLENN H. DARDEN 


Tullahoma 


WATSON J. DARIUS 


Pulaski 


JANET DAVIS 


Manchester 


NANCY K. DEACON 


Nashville 


Sixth Row: 




BETTY JO DEAN 


Tullahoma 


DAVID DEATON . . . 


. Nashville 


JANIE LYNN DEAVER 


South Pittsburg 


PATRICIA A. DEDMAN 


Shelbyville 


JANICE GAIL DeLONG . 


Atlanta. Ga. 


JEANNE A. DeLOZIER 


. Maryville 


Seventh Row: 




CLYDE HENRY DELVIN . 


Nashville 


GLORIA D, DENNY . . 


Lebanon 


GENE DEPRIEST ... 


. . Pulaski 


DARLENE DERRYBERRY 


Spring Hill 


CAROL DEWEY 


Pensacola, Fla, 


BARRY KEITH DILLON . 


. Murfreesboro 


Eighth Row: 




ANNA DISMUKES , 


. . Nashville 


MARTHA KAY DIXON , 


Lebanon 


LINDA S. DODD 


Hermitage 


GEORGE MICHAEL DONEGAN . Antioch 


CYNTHIA DONNELL . . 


. . . Nashville 


JOY DIANN DORRIS . . 


. . Greenbriar 



JUNIORS 



THE 1968 



THE 1968 



JUNIORS 



First Row: 

JOHN DOUGLAS Columbia 

JULIE DOUGLAS Nashville 

RODEMA F. DOUGLAS Signal Mountain 

JAN DOW Tullahoma 

NANCY DOWELL Murfreesboro 

SANDRA DRAKE Murfreesboro 



Second Row: 




BONNIE DRANE ... 


. Mt. Pleasant 


BRAD DRAYTON . , , , 


Hendersonville 


SPENCER W. DRIVER - 


. . Gallatin 


JANICE DUCKER . . 


. Murfreesboro 


JUDITH ANNE DUDNEY . 


Gainesboro 


PHYLLIS KAY DUFF 


. . Nashville 


Third Row: 




JAMES THOMAS DUGGIN 


. Shelbyvllle 


JANET DUGGIN 


^Voooburv 


CAROLYN DUKE 


Manchester 


MARGARET DUNCAN . . 


. . . Gallatin 


LINDA DUNLAP , , 


. . Nashville 


WILLIAM BURTON DYE 


Murfreesboro 


Fourth Row: 




THOMAS M. EISELSTEIN . 


Chattanooqa 


POWELL TIM ELLIS 


Brentwood 


MARILYN J. ENSLEY - - 


Chattanooqa 


FRANK DOYLE EVANS 


Liberty 


JEAN EZELL 


Murfreesboro 


LYNNE EZELL 


Murfreesboro 


Fifth Row: 




NANCY CAROL EZELL 


Nashville 


ANN FARNSWORTH 


Hlxon 


SANDA JOY FELKER . . 


. Nashville 


ROBERT- E. FERGUSON 


Nashville 


MARY KATHERINE FERRELL 


Tullahoma 


RON FERRELL 


Murfreesboro 


Sixth Row: 




JANET MORGAN FISHER 


Nashville 


BETTY CAROL FITE 


Liberty 


JOHN D. FITE 


Nashville 


JAMES ALBERT FITZGERALD 


Dayton 


SAMUEL RAY FITZPATRICK 


Cookevllle 


JERRY R. FLIPPEN 


College Grove 


Seventh Row: 




ALAN FLOYD 


Kingston 


JAMES J. FOLK . . , . 


Murfreesboro 


PEGGY FORTUNE . . 


Lewisburq 


CHARLIE FOX Ml , . 


. . Franklin 


BILLY FRANCIS 


Murfreesboro 


GARY FRANKLIN 


Chattanooqa 


Eighth Row: 




JANE FRANKLIN 


Murfreesboro 


SHERRY ELAINE FRAZIER 


Dowelltown 


TERRENCE FREEMAN . - 


Murfreesboro 


MICHAEL W. FRENSLEY 


- - . Nashville 


DONNA L FROST ... 


. Lebanon 


ROBERT W. FRYAR . . 


. Chattanooqa 






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First Row: 

FAYE FRYE Lavergne 

SHERRY FUQUA Nashville 

BARBARA GENTRY Nashville 

JIM H. GIBBS Nashville 

ANGELINE GIBSON Culleoka 

PATRICIA ANN GIFFORD . . Columbia 

Second Row: 

SUSAN GILBREATH ... Columbia 

RONALD K. GILMER Manchester 

JAMES GILMORE Manchester 

KENETH GIVAN Watertown 

JULIA GODWIN Linden 

GARY GOFF Murfreesboro 

Third Row: 

RUTH GOFF . , Murfreesborc 

PENNY GORDON Dickson 

ROSEMARY GRAGG Chapel Hill 

TIMOTHY GRAHAM , , Murfreesborc 

LARRY W. 

GRANT , . Chattanooga Valley, Ga. 
JUDY GRAY Lynchburg 

Fourth Row: 

CHARLES GREER . SmithviHe 

JINNETTE GREER Nashville 

BEHYE ROSE GREGORY Nashville 

NORITA GRENZ Cleveland 

CORA VERISSA GRIFFIN . Chattanooga 

NANCY GRIFFIN Flintville 

Fifth Row: 

JOHNNY GRIMES Jasper 

RONALD GRIMES Franklin 

RONALD W. GUNTER McLeansboro, III. 

ALFRED JOSEPH 

GUNTHERBERG Flora 

WILLIAM GUSTAFSON Murfreesborc 
MILTON HAGER Nashville 

Sixth Row: 

CINDY HAGERMAN . . Murfreesborc 

NANCY ELLEN HALE . . McMlnnville 

LINDA HALL Nashville 

NANCY HANKINS Smyrna 

CAROL HANNAH Pulaski 

JANE NORRIS HANNAH . Murfreesborc 



Seventh Row: 

JERRY T. HANNAH , , Murfreesborc 

PATRICIA HARRIMAN Smyrna 

JOE DONALD HARRIS . Auburntown 

JOHN H. HARRISON . . Elkton 

JOHN WILLIAM HARRISON . . . Gallatin 
GARY HARVILLE Unicnville 

Eighth Row: 

DENNY HASTINGS Belfast 

RONNIE HAYS Murfreesborc 

RICHARD HENDRIKSON . . Murfreesboro 
LINDA HERBOLSHEIMER . . Mobile, Ala. 

EVA HERROD Murfreesborc 

E. L. HESSEY Brentwood 



JUNIORS 



THE 1968 



285 



THE 1968 



JUNIORS 



First Row: 

TIMOTHY D. HEWITT . . Valley Lee. Md. 

FRANK HICKMAN Ashley, Ohio 

KENNETH H. HICKMAN . . , Columbia 

RONALD HINDS McMinnville 

WENDELL S. HINES ... Dallas, Texas 

MORRIS RODERICK HINTON , Nashville 

Second Row: 

VICTORIA HINTON Nashville 

PHILIP HOLDER .... Hartsvllle 

LAURA LEE HOLT . . Lawrenceburq 

LUCY HONEY Fayettevllle 

SANDRA HOOD . White House 

JAMES LARRY HOOKER Shelbyvllle 



Third Row: 




JUDY KAY HOPKINS 


Fayettevllle 


ROBERT EUGENE HORT 


Nashville 


ALICE CAROLINE HUDSON 


Oak Ridge 


TONEY B. HUDSON 


Lafayette 


ELAYNE HUFFER . . 


Winchester 


DONNA GAIL HUGHES 


Whites Creel 


Fourth Row: 




ROBERT A. HUGHES JR. 


Nashville 


GERALDENE HUNT 


Goodlettsville 


BRENDA HUSKEY . . . 


. Franklin 


DANNY HUTTON ... 


. . . Joel+on 


DONNA JACKSON .... 


. . Winchester 


MIKE JACOBS 


. . Nashville 


Fifth Row: 




MONTE JAMES 


Lawrenceburq 


MARGARET E. JARRELL 


. . Nashville 


LYDIA JENKINS . . 


. Clarlsville 


BARBARA JENNINGS 


. . Woodbury 


BETH JENNINGS 


. . Tullahoma 


WILLIAM JERNIGAN 


. . Tullahoma 


Sixth Row: 




CHARLES JEWELL .... 


. Columbia 


BRENDA JEAN JOHNS 


Goodsprlngs 


J. PHILIP JOHNS 


. . Rome. Ga. 


DOUGLAS WILLIAM 




JOHNSON . . 


Nashville 


JOHNNY JOHNSON 


Madison 


MICHAEL D. JOHNSON . 


Madison 


Seventh Row: 




CARL CLARK JONES 


Murfreesboro 


CAROL L. JONES St. 


Petersburg, Fla. 


CAROLYN JONES , , 


McEwen 


DON E. JONES 


Chattanooga 


JENNIFER JONES 


Madison 


RANDALL M. JONES 


Manchester 


Eighth Row: 




ROSANNE JONES . . . . 


. . Nashville 


KERRY KEATON 


. . . Lebanon 


JOE M. KEEF 


. . . Nashville 


CHARLES F. KELLEY III 


Oalc Ridge 


JAMES KELLEY 


Lawrenceburq 


POLAPHAT 




KEMASINGKI Nonth 


laburi. Thailand 









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First Row: 

KATHLEEN ANN KEMPF . , Murfreesboro 
ELIZABETH KENNEDY . . Chattanooga 

M. C. KENT Mt. Juliet 

JOHN C. KERSEY Lavergne 

BETTY J. KIMBROUGH .... Nashville 
WILLIAM P. KIMBROUGH Columbia 

Second Row: 

ANDY KING Calhoun, Ga. 

CARL KING Algardo, N.M. 

JERRY KING Nashville 

LOU KING Carthage 

WALLY KIRBY Lafayette 

SHERRIE KIRKPATRICK ... Nashville 

Third Row: 

BRENDA GAIL KIZER Camden 

JOHN PAUL KOSICH Staten Island, N.Y. 
MARTHA ELAINE LADD , . , Nashville 

ROBERT LAVENDER Smyrna 

SHIRLEY LAWSON Nashville 

DAVID J. LEA Columbia 

Fourth Row: 

ROGER LEACH Estill Springs 

MARY RUTH LEFTWICH Donelson 

ELAINE MERRIMAN LEHR South Pittsburg 

CAROL LEWIS Daisy 

CHARLES LEWIS Nashville 

PEGGY LINVILLE Hartsville 

Fifth Row: 

JANICE LOCKE Columbia 

WILLIAM EDWARD LOCKE , Fayetteville 
JULIA LONGMIRE . Andersonvllle 
SUSAN LONGMIRE Daisy 

HERBERT L. LOONEY . . Murfreesboro 
DENNIS LOVELL Norris 

Sixth Row: 

GARY LOWE Goodlettsvllle 

JAN LUSK Woodbury 

SIDNEY E. LUTHER ... Nashville 
BRENDA LEE MACK , ... Chattanooga 
ELRO STANLEY MAHON . Columbia 
JOHN MAJOR Lebanon 



Seventh Row: 

JERRY LEONARD MANSFIELD Fayetteville 

ELLEN MARTIN Tullahoma 

MIKE L. MARTIN Manchester 

ROBERT E. MARTIN Nashville 

HELEN J. MASON . . Lebanon 

JO ANN MATHIS McMlnnville 

Eighth Row: 

RONALD CLAUDE 

MAXWELL Murfreesboro 

CHARLOTTE L. MAYNARD . Nashville 

ANN McDARIS Chattanooga 

HARVEY W. 

McDonald JR Lawrenceburg 

YVONNE ASHLEY McFARLIN ...Columbia 

MARY ALICE McFERRIN . . . Fayetteville 



JUNIORS 



THE 1968 



287 



THE 1968 



JUNIORS 



First Row: 

JANE McGEE Fayetteville 

PATRICIA GAYLE McLAIN ^ Cleveland 

ANNA RUTH McLERRAN Cellna 

PATRICIA GAYLE McLERRAN . . ^ Celina 

PAMELA McMAHAN Manchester 

ROGER L. McMillan . ^ . Walter Hill 

Second Row: 

RUTH V. McMillan ^ . Hempstead, N.Y. 

JANIE McNABB Dunlap 

JERRY McPEAK Lebanon 

LINDA JO MEYER Murfreesboro 

BRYANT MILLSAPS Daisy 

CYROUS 

MOHAMADKHANI . . Kermanshan, Iran 

Third Row: 

DEONNE A. MOON Birchwood 

DAVID LEON MOONEYHAN Franklin 

JERRY MOORE Chattanooqa 

HELEN MOOREHEAD Huntland 

SIMON E. MOREHEAD - Lancaster, Ohio 
CHARLES MYAH Hixson 

Fourth Row: 

MARGARET NEVINS Shelbyville 

LINDA NEWTON Five Points 

SHEILA A. NICHOLS Hermitage 

PAULA NOORMANN , , - , Murfreesboro 
LINDA GAIL NORRIS . . , Hendersonville 
MARY NORVELL Wartrace 



Fifth Row: 




PATSY O'CONNOR , 


. Nashville 


CONSTANCE J. OLIVER . 


Chattanooqa 


GEORGE OSENGA 


- Chattanooqa 


PAM OWEN 


Old Hickory 


PRISSY OWEN 


Old Hickory 


LINDA OWENS . . 


Chattanooga 


Sixth Row: 




PATRICK W. OWENS 


. , Tullahoma 


SHARON ANN OWENS . 


Nashville 


ELID JOSE PAEZ 


Venezuela 


RODNEY H. PAINTER 


Nashville 


MELISSA PARK . . 


Maryville 


BRENDA PARKER . , 


Chattanooga 


Seventh Row: 




CAROL JANE PARKER 


Centerville 


CAROL SUE PARKER 


McMinnville 


DAVID M. PARKER 


Nashville 


PETE PARKER 


Knoxville 


JAMES-EDWARD PARTIN 


Hillsboro 


CAROLE GENE PATTON 


Nashville 


Eighth Row: 




SHARON PATTON 


Watertown 


LYNN PAYNE 


Chattanooga 


NEIL F. PAYNE 


Pelham 


STANLEY N. PEARSON 


Flintville 


BOBBY PENNINGTON 


. . Loretto 


MILDRED PENNINGTON 


. . Celina 







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JUNIORS 



First Row: 




MAXINE PEPPERS ... - 


Ldwrenceburr; 


JOEY PERKINS 


Murfreesborc 


SUSAN PERRY 


. , , M;lton 


THOMAS PETERSON Middletown, Conn, 


JUDY P. PETTEWAY 


Murfreesborc 


PATTY PETTUS 


Nashville 


Second Row; 




AVA NELLE PEVAHOU5E 


Waynesborc 


GWANDA PHILLIPS 


Harrirrar 


SHELAH DAVIS PHILLIPS JR 


Wartrace 


ROBERT C. PIRTLE 


Cha'tanooqa 


CLARENCE PLEMONS 


Nashvil'e 


FRED POE 


. . Pulask: 


Third Row: 




WANDA POINDEXTER 


Celina 


TERRI POOLE , 


Dickson 


CHARLES POSTON 


Lebanon 


SUSANNE POTTORFF 


Murfreesborc 


PRATER LEE POWELL 


Manchester 


WANDA LEE POWELL 


Whltwell 


Fourth Row: 




CAROLYN PREVATTE 


Nashville 


CONNIE S. PUCKETT 


Nashville 


DOYLE RADER . . 


Goodletsvllle 


DOUGLAS RADLEY 


Nashville 


JAMES G. RAMSEY 


, Flora 


DOROTHY RANEY . , , 


. . . Nashville 


Fitth Row: 




REBECCA C. RAWLSTON 


, , Whltwell 


JO ANN REED 


College Grove 


LATRICIA HOLLEY REDD 


Pulaski 


LARRY WAYNE RICE 


Nashville 


E. ANN RICHARDS 


Nashville 


JAMES DOUGLAS RIDDLE 


Manchester 


Sixth Row: 




JOSEPH WOODROW RIGGINS Madison 


VIRGINIA JUNE RIGGS 


Athens 


BEVERLY RING 


Manchester 


KENNETH E. RIVES 


Madison 


BETH ROGERS 


Nashville 


JERRY ROY 


Smlthvllle 


Seventh Row: 




EVELYN RUSHING 


Murfreesborc 


DONALD RAY RUSSELL 


Nashville 


GINGER RUSSELL . 


Nashville 


JAYNE REES RUSSELL 


Kingston 


MARTHA SADLER 


Murfreesborc 


VIRGINIA SADLER 


Nashville 


Eighth Row: 




CHARLES E. SAIN 


Manchester 


LOIS JEAN SANDERS 


Smyrna 


FRED SCHAFER S 


Duth Bend, Ind. 


CHERYL DARLENE SCOTT 


Ardmore 


JEANECE SEALS 


Sparta 


MARY GRACE SETTLE 


Lebanon 


THE 1968 



289 



THE 1968 



JUNIORS 



First Row: 

DON SEWELL Red Banl< 

BRENDA SHAFFER Summertown 

FRANK SHAFFER . - Corpus Christi, Texas 

GLENDA SHARP Fayetteville 

LAVADA SHERROD Knoxvllle 

ANN SHIPLEY Lenoir City 



Second Row: 

SUSAN E. SIMMS Lawrenceburg 

JIM SIMPSON Tullahoma 

BETTYE SIMS Kingston 

CARL SIMS Sparta 

JAMES SLATEN Chattanooga 

CONNIE SLIGH Dalton, Ga. 



Third Row: 

LYNN SMALL 

ANN KNIGHT SMITH . 
CLAUDE WAYNE SMITH 
EDWARD WAYNE SMITH 
LARRY B. SMITH . ^ , 



. Nashville 
. Pulaski 
Bell Buckle 
. Nashville 
Nashville 



LYNDON SMITH Manchester 



Fourth Row: 

MARGARET SMITH , . Lebanon 

PATRICIA S. SMITH . . Murfreesboro 

RANDALL H. SMITH . Red Boiling Springs 

SUSAN LEA SMITH Bon Aqua 

JAMES S. SPRAKER , . Chattanooga 

PAT STAFFORD Wilmette. III. 



Fifth Row: 




WAYNE STARKS 


White House 


HAYDEN B. STEPHENS . 


College Grove 


JERRY LEE STEPHENS 


. Celina 


THOMAS JAMES STERRITT 


. , Nashville 


DORNA JANE STEWART 


Woodbury 


WILLIAM THOMAS STILL 


Nashville 


Sixth Row: 




LARRY STINSON . , - 


. , Nashville 


LINDA GAIL STOFEL . 


Columbia 


ROY STONE 


South Pittsburg 


SUSAN STONE 


Tullahoma 


RONALD G, STRATTON 


Cleveland 


BRADY STRAUB ... Sil 


ver Spring. Md. 


Seventh Row: 




LYNDA STRAWN , . . 


Murfreesboro 


JOE R. STROUD III . . 


. . McMinnville 


PATSY STUBBLEFIELD , 


. . Fayetteville 


MARTHA SULLENGER , 


Mulberry 


LYMAN .SULLIVAN , , 


Murfreesboro 


DOLORES SUTTON , 


. , . Nashville 


Eighth Row: 




FRANK SWANSON 


Chattanooga 


GARY ALAN SWINDELL 


Murfreesboro 


JOHN A. TALLANT , . . 


... Decatur 


JOHN D. TALLEY , . 


. . Manchester 


JOHN TANT 


. . Chattanooga 


LINDA SUE TATUM . . . 


. . . Lebanon 











First Row: 

MESOMMONTA TAWAT Bangkok, Thailand 

DORRIS TAYLOR Carthage 

JOHN HORACE TAYLOR Eaglevllle 

MARY TAYLOR Howell 

RANDALL KEITH TAYLOR , Nashville 

RONALD HOUSTON TAYLOR , .Nashville 

Second Row: 

JIM TEMPLE Decatur 

ROBERT W. TENBRUNSEL Nashville 

RONALD D. TENNANT Sisterville, W.Va. 
LETA SUZANNE TENPENNY Lebanon 

ELIZABETH THACKSTON Murfreesboro 
JOHN W. THOMAS Columbia 



JUNIORS 



Third Row: 




LARRY THOMAS Nev. 


Orleans, La. 


ROSEMARY THOMAS Tu 


nel Hill, Ga. 


RICHARD B. THOMPSON 


Cleveland 


JEAN C. TINNIN . , - 


Nashville 


EMMETT TOOMBS . 


Srr^vrna 


MARJORY TREDINNICK 


Murfreesboro 


Fourth Row: 




BRYAN O. TRENT 


Murfreesboro 


LINDA RAYE TRENT 


Chattanooqa 


PATRICIA ANN TRIGG Gorman. Texas 


JANICE TRIMBLE . 


Spring Hill 


JAMES WILLIAM TROXLER 


Manchester 


LANA TUCKER 


Beech Grove 


Fifth Row: 




SAMUEL R. ULLERY 


Savannah 


JUDY VANDERPOOL . 


Smlthville 


RON VANHALL 


Atlanta, Ga. 


MARVIN J, VANNATTA JR. 


Shelbyville 


RUTH VAUGHAN 


Burlison 


DONALD RAY ViCK . . 


Columbia 


Sixth Row: 




LINDA A. VINES . 


Lakeland, Ela. 


CLARICE WAGGONER 


Nashville 


GUY DANIEL WAGGONER 


Tullahoma 


WILLIAM K. WALL . 


Nashville 


JOEL H, WALLACE . 


Old Hickory 


ALLEN WALLER - - 


Chattanooga 


Seventh Row: 




MARJORY ANN WALKER Si 


gnal Mountain 


IVAN LEON WALTERS 


. Santa Fe 


JAMES WARREN 


. Nashville 


JOHN T. WARREN 


Winchester 


JAMES WATERS 


Lynchburg 


BILLIE ANN WEATHERFORD 


Nashville 


Eighth Row: 




ANN WEATHERS . 


Loretto 


BOBBIE WEAVER . . 


Nashville 


WILLIAM G. WEAVER JR. 


Gallatin 


LAURIE WEBBER , . . 


Nashville 


WILLIAM ALLEN WELLER III 


Nashville 


ALETHA MAI WELLS 


. Nashville 


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First Row: 




GLENNA WELLS 


. . Whitwell 


RITA WELLS 


. . Lewisburq 


ROBERT WEST 


Springfield 


FRED H. WHEELER 


Nashville 


CHARLSIE SUE WHITAKER 


Nashville 


LARRY WHITE . . 


Chattanooga 


Second Row: 




WALTER H. WHITE . . 


Nashville 


JUDY WHITMORE . , 


. . Smyrna 


TRUDY WHITVER . . 


Murfreesboro 


BILLY JOE WILEY 


Fayettvllle 


CYNTHIA ANN WILLIAMS - 


Nashville 


HELEN WILLIAMS ... 


Murfreesbo'o 


Third Row: 




LINDA WILLIAMS ^ - 


. Fayettevllle 


MARY PAT WILLIAMS . . 


. . Nashville 


SUE CAROLYN WILLIAMS 


, ^ Nashville 


WILLIAM E. WILLIS 


Oneida 


MEDORA WILLMORE 


McMlnnvllle 


GALE WILSON 


. Shelbyville 


Fourth Row: 




MICHAEL H. WILSON . . 


^ Donelson 


SUSAN WILSON 


Fayettevllle 


WILLIAM WALTER WILSON 


Nashville 


LINDA SUE WISEMAN 


Winchester 


MICHAEL DAVID WOMACK 


McMlnnvllle 


SANDRA WOOD 


Smyrna 


Fifth Row: 




THERESA JANE WOOD 


Cleveland 


RONALD PAUL WOODY 


Columbia 


LINDA WORDEN 


. . Nashville 


JAMES LEE WARPOOL 


Madison 


CHARLES BOYD WRENN 


^ Columbia 


JANET WRIGHT 


Goodlettsvllle 


Sixth Row: 




JERRY STEVEN YORK . , . 


Murfreesboro 


KATHERINE ZAUNBRECHER 


. Hampshire 




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First Row: 

ANNE ABBOTT Madison 

BARBARA FAY ADAMS Nashville 

BARBARA JEAN ADCOCK Wartrace 

BLANCHE LYNN AGEE Chattanooqa 

TERRY AKIN Nashville 

WINIFRED ANN AKINS . . ^ Nashville 

Second Row: 

DAVID ALAN ALBANESE McLean. Va 

ROY ALEXANDER ^ Gallatin 

PAULA ALFORD Nashville 

JUDY ALLEN Nashville 

PHYLLIS KAY ALLEN , Chattanooga 

WAYNE H. ALLEN , Murfreesboro 

Third Row: 

JUDY AMONETTE McMinnv.lle 

BRENDA ANDERSON ... Chattanooga 

DON ANDERSON Manchester 

DOROTHY KAY ANDERSON Chattanooqa 

KAREN ANDERSON ^ Madison 

KATHLEEN ANDERSON ... Murfreesboro 

Fourth Row: 

WILLIAM W, ANDERSON . . Nashville 

THOMAS ANTHONY . . . Richard City 

CHARLES APPLETON .... Nashville 

KERRY ARMSTRONG Watertov/n 

JAMES NEAL ARNOLD Lebanon 

RANDY ASHBY , Fayetteville 

Fifth Row: 

SAM M. ASHBY ... Fayetteville 

DAVID ASTON Centerville 

NORRIS ATOHLEY . Chattanooqa 

BERNADINE AYMETT Pulaski 

BRENDA BACON Rockwood 

JAMES BAILEY Tullahoma 

Sixth Row: 

RHETA BAKER . . Santa Fe 

DONALD BALL Orlando, Fla. 

DAVID LEE BANDY . Lafayette 

RITA LEE BARKLEY . . Red Boilinq Springs 

EDDIE BARNARD . . Nashville 

BARBARA BARNES Murfreesboro 

Seventh Row: 

EDWARD SHERMAN BARNES McMinnville 

JAMES BARNES McMinnville 

LINDA JANE BARNETT Nashville 

JANICE BARNHILL . . . Franklin 

DAVID BARRETT Smyrna 

ARTHUR TERRY BASKIN ... Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

MAXIE BASKIN Murfreesboro 

SUE BEAN Nashville 

DAVID LYNN BEARD HartsviHe 

RONALD WAYNE BEATTY Hohenwald 

BRAD BECK Huntland 

KENNETH BECKMAN Shelbyville 

Ninth Row: 

RUDY BECTON Nashville 

JOHNNY BEENE HartsviHe 

GLEN BELCHER Murfreesboro 

GORDON W. BELL Woodbury 

PATRICIA DALE BELL Shelbyville 

CLEI JO BENNETT Winchester 

Tenth Row: 

JO ANN BENNETT Cleveland 
BRENDA BIGELOW Columbus, Ohio 

MARY PAMELA BINGHAM Fostervllle 

ZITA BLACK Murfreesboro 

JOAN BLACKFORD Nashville 

ELIZABETH KAYE BLAKELY . Smyrna 

Eleventh Row: 

JANET BLANKE Nashville 

GARY BLANKENSHIP Cleveland 

ROSALYN GAYLE BLEVINS Chattanooqa 

HAZEL BLOODWORTH Chattanooqa 

CHARLES G. BLUM . Nashville 

WILLIAM BARRY BLUMEN Nashville 













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First Row: 

MARY -RUTH BOBO Lebanon 

RONALD B.- BOIS GoodlettsvMIe 

LINDA ANN BOLTON . . . - Sale Creel 

BILLY BONDS Nashville 

JAC< BOOTH Murfreesboro 

ROY A. BOWDEN Lewisburq 

Second Row: 

DIANA LYNN BOWERS .... Nashville 

A. D. BOYCE . Shelbyville 

MARY BOYD . . ... Nashville 

SANDRA BOZEMAN Charleston 

DOUG BRACHEY Nashville 

NANCY BRADFORD Fayetteville 

Third Row: 

IDELLA BRADLEY Nashville 

JOE B. BRAKEBILL Madisonvllle 

WILLIAM ALAN BRAKEBILL Athens 

ILEEN BRIDGES Chattanooqa 

WENDY BRICKELL . Chattanooga 

VICKI BROOKSHIRE Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

PAUL BROOME Nashville 

JUDITH ELLEN BROWN Portland 

PATTY BROWN Old Hickory 

SAMMYE BROWN Shelbyville 

SUSAN BROWN Chattanooqa 

YOLANDA BRUMIT Lynnville 

Fifth Row: 

THAD NOLEN BRUNSON Nashville 

JULIE BRYAN . Ellcton 

BEEBE BRYANT Nashville 

DAN THOMAS BRYANT McMlnnville 

NANCY BRYANT Cleveland 

PAMELA BRYANT . . Nashville 

Sixth Row: 

JUDY FAYE BULLION Old Hickory 

JANE BURNS . Nashville 

JOYCE BURNS Murfreesboro 

KATHA BUTTS GoodlettsvlUe 

WILLIAM BUTTS Chattanooqa 

HERNAN CABALLERO Lima, Peru 

Seventh Row: 

JOSEPH J. CAIRNS Lexlnqton Park, Md. 

ADONIS CAMPBELL Cleveland 

BARRY A. CAMPBELL Fayetteville 

TERRY CAMPBELL Winchester 

JUDY CANNON , Ashland City 

LINDA CANTRELL . Murfreesboro 

Eighth Row: 

JAMES H. CAPERTON Shelbyville 

JOE M. CARLTON Chapel Hill 

BOBBY CARPENTER Columbia 

MARTHA JANET CARROLL Jackson 

KENNETH CARTER Chattanooqa 

KAY CASTLEMAN Donelson 

Ninth Row: 

DALLAS GREEN CAUDLE Nashville 

STEVE CENTI MOLE Greenbrier 

DAVID MICHAEL CHANEY . Lavergne 

ALLEN B. CHASE Cleveland 

MITCHELL CHAMBERS Soddy 

JAMES CHEATHAM Madison 

Tenth Row: 

JEANNIE CHESTER Fairview 

DONNA JEAN CHISM Chattanooqa 

CONNIE JEAN CHUMBLEY Woodbury 

LINDA CIBIS Dunlap 

EMMA JO CLARDY Decherd 
CAROLYN LEE CLARK Jonesboro, Ga. 

Eleventh Row: 

GARY P. CLARK Kendall Park, N.J. 

LARRY DALLAS CLARK Sprinq City 

LAURA K. CLAYTON Murfreesboro 

DONALD CLEVELAND ^ Shelbyville 

DIANNE CLIBURN Westmoreland 

JOHN CLINARD Sprlnqfield 



First Row; 

NATHAN R. CLINE Nashville 

LINDA CLONTS Huntsville, Ala. 

PEGGY ANN CLOSE Lebanon 

DONNA CAROLE COBB ... Dry Ridge, Ky. 

JAMES COCKERHAM Dallas. Tex. 

SUE CONDRA Chattanooga 

Second Row: 

LINDA CONSAGRA Murfreesboro 

CHARLES H. COOK Nashville 

DENNIS COSPER . Chattanooga 

BILLY JOE COWAN McMinnville 

PAUL CRABTREE Patchogue, N.Y. 

SUSAN CRANFORD Columbia 

Third Row: 

MICHAEL CRESS . Cleveland 

BETTY DARLENE CRICK Unlonville 

LLOYD CROWE Chattanooga 

ALLEN CROWELL Unlonville 

L. L. CRYE , , . Cleveland 

LINDA ANN CURTIS . Shelbyvllle 

Fourth Row: 

MIKE DANIEL Nashville 

JUDY C. DARNELL , Nashville 

BRENDA DAVIS . . Hohenwald 

JOHNNIE L. DAVIS Shelbyville 

SANDRA LEE DAVIS . . Lawrenceburg 
TERRY DAVIS ... Mjrfreesboro 

FItth Row: 

GLENA DEAN Dunlap 

JOHN WILEY DEAN Murfreesboro 

HELEN FRANCES-' DEMPSEY Murfreesboro 

LYNN DETLEFSEN Lebanon 

MARY DEVLIN Windhaur, N.H. 

ROBERT DICK Nashville 

Sixth Row: 

DANA M, DIECKMAN . Donelson 

SUSAN DILLON . , Oal Ridge 

GEORGE S. DOBLER , . Great Mills, Md. 

PATRICIA DODD Nashville 

DONALD R. DODSON Nashville 

DENNIS DOEBLER Lebanon 

Seventh Row: 

JANICE DONEGAN . Charlotte 

WILLIAM E. DONOHO Gallatin 

TANT DOWELL . Nashville 

DIANNE DRYE Winchester 

SANDRA DUFF . Nashville 

DENNIS DUKE Manchester 

Eighth Row: 

RITA C. DUNHAM Van Buren 

LINDA DUSZYNSKI Lebanon 

CLARENCE DYER Centerville 

JOHNNY DYER Petersburg 

DAVID J. EAST Rockwood 

JOHNNIE EBERLE Nashville 

Ninth Row: 

JEPALiNE EDDE Lynchburg 

KAREN ENGLAND . Huntland 

JANICE ERVIN Columbia 

RONNIE EVERETT South P.ftsburg 

GENE EZELL Rossville, Ga, 

ERVIN LEARD FARLESS JR. McMinnville 

Tenth Row: 

MARTHA A. FELTON Chattanoga 

TIM FILBIN Grosse Pointe. Michigan 

ALTON S. FISHER, JR. Nashvill= 

RON FITZGERALD , . Nashville 

ARLENE FITZPATRICK Goodlettsville 

NANCY MARGARET FLETCHER Donelson 

Eleventh Row: 

JERRY C. FLOYD Shelbyville 

LINQA FLOYD Watertown 

JOHN A. FORD . College Grove 

ANNE FORDE Jaclson 

LEE FORGERY Cleveland 

GENE FOX . . Franklin 











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First Row: 

JOHN FOX Bell Buckle 

SONYA JOAN FOX Cornersville 

GEORGE FREEMAN Martin 

RICHARD HOOD FRISBIE Lawrenceburq 

DOUGLAS GAITHER Auburntown 

CURTIS H. GANN Winchester 

Second Row: 

DIANNE GANNON Shelbyville 

JIM GARNER Murfreesboro 

JIMMY GARNER Estill Springs 

POWELL GARRISON Crossville 

MARY E. GARTRELL Ellyay, Ga. 

BYRON GEETING Shelbyville 

Third Row: 

GARRY LEONARD GEORGE Madison 

JAMES M. GEORGE Dickson 

SHIRLEY GEORGE .... McMinnville 

STANLEY THOMAS GERMAN . Chattanooga 

ROBERT N. GIBBS . . Lawrenceburq 

DOUGLAS GILBERT Petersburg 

Fourth Row: 

WILLIAM LAWRENCE GILLEM . . . Madison 

GEORGE CLIFFORD GILLESPIE JR. Nashville 

JOHN GILLIAM Spring Hill 

DEBORAH ELAINE GILLIS McMinnville 

KENNETH EDWIN GIVENS Murfreesboro 

JOYCE GODSEY Whitwell 

Fifth Row: 

JAMES GOODMAN Monteagle 

FRANK GORDY Chattanooga 

JANET GOTHARD Chattanooga 

GARY GRANSTAFF Carthage 

JOHN GRAY Fayetteville 

CAROLYN GREENE Tullahoma 

Sixth Row: 

HOGE MILTON GREENE ... Murfreesboro 

LYNNE GREENE Bush Creek 

JEAN LEE GREGORY . Murfreesboro 

REGENA DIANNE GREGORY Lafayette 

ELIZABETH GRIFFITH- . . South Pittsburg 

NANCY GRIFFITH Chattanooga 

Seventh Row: 

JACQUELINE GRIGGS . Nashville 

SANDRA GRIGGS . Santa Fe 

BRENDA GROSS Chattanooga 

PATRICIA GUFFEY .Kingston 

PAULA GUILES Nashville 

MERLEY GUINN Chattanooga 

Eighth Row: 

LINDA GULL Joelton 

DIANE GURLEY . . Nashville 

BARBARA HALE Cleveland 

DIANNE HALL Tullahoma 

HAROLD T. HALL Nashville 
VICKIE HALL - Florence, S.C. 

Ninth Row: 

DWIGHT HANCOCK Auburntov/n 

JUDY HANCOCK .... Chattanooga 

MACK HANNAH Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. 

SHARON KAY HARDISON Nashville 

RONNIE HARDY Huntland 

ELOISE HARRIS Watertown 

Tenth Row: 

PATRICIA L. HARRIS Nashville 

PEGGY HARRIS ... Fairview 

ROBBIE HARRISON . Nashville 

BETTY ANN HART . , Shelbyville 

PAMELA HART Nashville 

BOBBY JOE HARVEY Nashville 

Eleventh Row: 

JOHNNY M. HAWKINS Gainsboro 

BRENDA HAYES Lewisburq 

LARRY COTHRAN HAYES ... Murfreesboro 

KENNETH WEBB HAYNES . / . Murfreesboro 

WANDA JEAN HAYNES Gallatin 

LARRY HAZELWOOD Spring Hill 



First Row: 

BARBARA HEAD Gainsboro 

PATRICIA ANN HEAPS Chattanooqa 

JACKIE HEARD - . . . ^ Chattanooqa 

SAMUEL THOMAS HELTON . . . Lebanon 

JUDY HENDERSON Nashville 

WILLIAM HUGH HENRY Loudon 

Second Row: 

NANCY HERB Nashville 

PHIL HESTER Nashville 

RONNIE PRICE HICKS McMinnville 

JOE HIGGINS, JR Madison 

SHERRIE HILL Nashville 

AQUILLA HITCHCOCK Dunlap 

Third Row: 

STEVEN PAUL HIXSON Daisy 

MYRNA JEAN HOBACK . Jasper 

JUNE HOBBS Lebanon 

MARGARET HOCKETT . . Murfreesboro 

CHARLES EARL HODGE ^ . . Smyrna 

IRA HOFFMAN Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

JANICE HOLDER McMinnville 

GARY HOLL Nashville 

M. GARRY HOLLIMAN Carthaqe 

SHIRLEY HOLLIS Loretta 

ANGIE HOLMES . Cross Plains 

MALCOLM H. HOLT Hohenwald 

Fifth Row: 

PATRICIA A. HOOPER Nashville 

PATRICIA ELENE HOOPER Ooltewah 

PATRICIA HOOTEN Lewisburq 

EDGAR HOPE Ooltewah 

JIMMY HOPKINS Fayetteville 

WILLIAM HOSSE Smyrna 

Sixth Row: 

SHARON J. HOWSE Murfreesboro 

DONALD L. HUEBSCHMAN Tullahoma 

MIKE HUFF , . . . Brentwood 

MARSHA G. HUNT , , Centerville 

BETTY ANN HUNTER . Nashville 

SANDRA JACKSON . . 'Murfreesboro 

Seventh Row: 

SUSIE JACKSON ... Chattanooqa 
JAMIE JAMERSON Daytona Beach, Fla. 

SHIRLEY JARED Fayetteville 

MARY C, JARRETT . . , Harrison 

MICHAEL N. JEAN FranUln 

PAT JERNIGAN Murfreesboro 

Eighth Row: 

JEAN HELEN JOHNKE Tullahoma 

BOBBY JOHNSON ... Soddy 

LINDA JOYCE JOHNSON Lawrenceburq 

RONALD H. JOHNSON Lenior City 

JAMES JOLLY ... Murfreesboro 

JUDY JONES Nashville 

Ninth Row: 

LARRY JONES ... Gallatin 

MICHAEL JONES Nashville 

REGAN JONES . . St. Joseph 

AVA RHEA JORDAN McMinnville 

DONNA JORDAN Nashville 

LAILIA JORDAN Murfreesboro 

Tenth Row: 

LINDA SUE JORDAN Lawrenceburq 

ROBERT KEITH . Chattanooga 

AUGUSTA GRANT KELLEY, JR. Murfreesboro 

PATRICIA ANN KELLEY Nashville 

JUDITH KEMPF Nashville 

MARIE LOUISE KERCHNER . Murfreesboro 

Eleventh Row: 

JUDltH L. KERLEY . Dunlap 

ROBERT J. KERR Maryville 

GARY KILPATRICK .... Lawrenceburq 

STANLEY KIMBROUGH Flintville 

DANNY RICHARD KING Columbia 

JACK KINNEAR Nashville 



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First Row: 

STEVE K. KITE Chattanooqa 

LINDA KNOWLES Nashville 

BRENDA KAYE LAMB Eagleville 

ROBERT HENRY LAMBERT Tullahoma 

RICHARD R. LANE, III Nashville 

DON LANKFORD Nashville 

Second Row: 

BETTY LAPPIN Decherd 

BETTY R. LARKIN Hjntland 

DAVID F. LARKIN , Huntland 

TERESA ANN LAUGHLIN Lenoir City 

LARRY K. LEDFORD Cleveland 

LINDA LINDSEY Mt. Pleasant 

Third Row: 

BOBBY J. LINGERFELT Calhoun 

JUDY LINVILLE Hartsville 

DONNA RUTH LIVELY Jasper 

CAROL LIVINGSTON Chattanooqa 

ANN LOFLIN Chattanooqa 

J. KAY LOGAN Waverly 

Fourth Row: 

JUDY LYNN LONG Pulaski 

FLETTA K. LOUDERMILK - . Copperhlll 

BETTY KAY LOV VORN Shelbyville 

DANA LOWHORN Winchester 

JAMES LUNA McMinnville 

JUDY LUNA Lewisburq 

Fifth Row: 

HAROLD MAGEE Nashville 

BENNY LANE MAGGART Gordonsville 

THOMAS MAGNER Orlando, Fla. 

PAUL MARCHBANKS Murfreesboro 

EDITH I. MARCROM . . Morrison 

MARVIN DOUGLAS MARLIN, JR. Nashville 

Sixth Row: 

DANNY MARR Cleveland 

TONY M. MARSHALL . , Nashville 

BRENDA MARTIN Chattanooqa 

EUGENE ALVIN MARTIN, JR. Shelbyville 

JANICE MARTIN Spencer 

JOYCE MARTIN . . .... Nashville 

Seventh Row: 

LEE MARTIN , , Nashville 

MARSHA MARTIN Tullahoma 

MORRIS MARTIN Nashville 

WAYNE MARTIN Athens 

LORA MASON ... Woodbury 

RANDALL W. MASON . . Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

SONIA MASSEY . Nashville 

PATTY MATHER Murfreesboro 

PHIL MATHER ... Nashville 

PAT MATHEWS . . Murfreesboro 

STEVE MATHIAS McMinnville 

THERESA GAIL MATHIS . . . McMinnville 

Ninth Row: 

BETTIE MATTHEWS Gallatin 
JUNE CARMEN MATTHEWS Red Bollinq Sprinqs 

SUE MATTHEWS LaFayette, Ga. 

JOHN MATTIS Lewisburq, Ohio 

ALAN MAXWELL . . Manchester 

LINDY MAYS Kingston Springs 

Tenth Row: 

SUSAN McBEE Shelbyville 

DAVID RICHARD McCAULEY Fayetteville 
DAVID J. McCLOSKEY Springfield, Va. 

PHYLLIS McCONNELL Cleveland 

JOYCE McCOOL Nashville 

MILLY McCOY Nashville 

Eleventh Row: 

KENNETH McELHANEY Harrison 

TERRY L. McFARLAND Columbia 

BEN HALL McFARLIN. JR. Murfreesboro 

WILLIAM McFARLIN Centervllle 

RICHARD McFERRIN . Auburntown 

DAVID E. McGEE Shelbyville 



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First Row: 

SANFORD McGEE Beersheba Sprlnqs 

JAMES McGLOHON . . . Chattanooqa 

DAVID O. MclNTOSH Nashville 

NINA FRANCES McKNIGHT Murfreesboro 

PEGGY McKNIGHT Nashville 

SAM K. McMURRAY, III College Grove 

Second Row: 

AL McWILLIAMS ... Murfreesboro 

GAYLE MEARS . . . . Chattanooqa 

ROSA LEE MEDLEY Doyle 

RITA MESHOTTO , , Murfreesboro 

JAMES L. MILAN ... Mt. Pleasant 

BARBARA MILES Nashville 

Third Row: 

LARRY DALE MILLER ... Manchester 

LIBBY MILLER Athens 

LINDSEY MILLER Nashville 

SARAH MILLER . . Nashville 

LILBOURNE MILLS Franklin 

GARY MILLSAPS Daisy 

Fourth Row: 

HOWARD DALE MINGE . . Athens 

REGINA LEE MINK . Lawrenceburq 

SHAWN MOLLOY McMinnville 

CAROL MOORE . . . Chattanooqa 

LARRY DEAN MOORE Smlthville 

MARVELLA E. MOORE Eustis, Fla. 

Fifth Row: 

TED MOOREHEAD . Winchester 

NANCY MORROW Waynesboro 

LYNDA C. MORSE Humbolt 

JUDY KAY MORTON Woodbury 

DICKIE MOSS . Nashville 

SHEILA MOSS Jasper 

Sixth Row: 

SANDRA MULLINS Murfreesboro 

THURMAN MULLINS .... Murfreesboro 

JAMIE GAYE MURLEY Gallatin 

ELAINE MURPHY ' Cle^.eland 

REBECCA MURRAY Cleveland 

CAROL ANN MURRIE Wincheste, 

Seventh Row: 

JANE MYATT . Nashville 

LINDA NANCE . . Chattanooqa 

PHYLLIS NEAL . Chattanooqa 

JAMES R. NELSON ■ ., Chattanooqa 

GEORGE NERREN Cleveland 

RICHARD NIMMO . . ... Madisor 

Eighth Row: 

WALTER PEYTON NIPPER, JR. . . Murfreesboro 

RONNIE NIXON ... Nashville 

CELESTE NORRIS Nashville 

BILLY NORROD . Morrison 

PAMELA JOY NORTHCUTT Woodbury 

POLIA NORTHCUTT Spencer 

Ninth Row: 

JUANITA MARIE NORVELL Manchester 

CHERYL O'BRIEN . . Nashville 

LARRY G. O'NEAL . . McMinnville 

WILLIAM J. OONK Nashville 

SYLVIA OUTLAND Murfreesboro 

RONNY OWENS Doraville, Ga. 

Tenth Row: 

CAROLE OWNBY Alcoa 

LEE ANNE PALMER ... Shelbyville 

EDWARD R. PALYARIK Nashville 

CONNIE PARHAM ... Nashville 

DAWSON RAY PARKER Nashville 

KIM PARKER Greenbrier 

Eleventh Row: 

CONNIE R. PARKHURST Nashville 

BILL PATE . . Fayetteville 

JOHN' PATTERSON Madison 

MARY R. PATTERSON Water Hill 
VIRGINIA DIANE PATTERSON Colorado Sprinqs, Colo 

MARILOU PAYNE Hendersonville 




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First Row: 

LINDA PENDERGRASS Nashville 

MIKE PENTON Donelson 

DONNA PERRY Nashville 

LINDA LOU PETERSON Lewisburq 

JUDEE PETRETZKY Oak Ridge 

LINDA PETTY Madison 

Second Row: 

MICHAEL C. PETTY Nashville 

NANCY PEWITT Donelson 

FRADONNA PHILLIPS Cleveland 

JAY PHILLIPS Waynesboro 

SHARLENA G. PHILLIPS Nashville 

JIMMY PIEDRA ... Murfreesboro 

Third Row: 

MARSHA PIGG Petersburq 

HOWARD E. PITTS, JR. . . Nashville 

LONNEL POOLE - Chicago Heights, III. 

DIANNE POPE , ... Christiana 

JANICE POPE Shelbyvllle 

TERRY A. POSEY Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

OLIVIA POWELL . Athens 

PENNY POWELL . . Murfreesboro 

JOE PRICE Madison 

PATRICIA PRICE - . Whltwell 

STEVEN PRIEST . Columbia 

NANCY PRIMM , . ... Columbia 

Fifth Row: 

WILLIAM THOMAS PYRON . . . . Fayetteville 

ANITA OUALLS Chattanooga 

HOUSTON RABY Kingston 

MARTHA W. RAGAN Nashville 

BETTY RAINES . Fayetteville 
THOMAS A. RAINEY 

Sixth Row: 

ANNE RAY ... Athens 

PETTUS READ Rockvale 

BARBARA REED Nashville 

GRANT REED , , Columbia 

LIBBY REED Knoxville 

PATTY ANN REED Hendersonville 

Seventh Row: 

ROBERT S. REGG Hendersonville 

ELIZABETH RENEAU Cellna 

MICHAEL RENNER Cleveland 

STEVE RENNOLDS Columbia 

lONA REYNOLDS McMlnnvllle 

EDWARD DREW RHODES . . Murfreesboro 

Eighth Row: 

JERRY N. RICH Hermitage Springs 

CHARLES RICHARDS Tracy City 

ALLEN RICHARDSON 

PAMELA RICHESIN Sweetwater 

CLIFTON RICKETTS Mt. Juliet 

JACKIE LEE RIVERS Centerville 

Ninth Row: 

RALPH EDWARD ROBBINS . Livingston 

SHERRILL ROBERSON . Humboldt 

LARRY ROBERTSON Van Leer 

LINDA ROBERTSON Nashville 

SHIRLEY ROBERTSON . . Watertown 

PATRICIA JANE ROBINETTE . . Greenbrier 

Tenth Row: 

STEPHANIE ROBINSON Gallatin 

MARTHA DIANE ROOKER Murfreesboro 

FRANK ROUTSON , . Covington. Ohio 

ODELENE ROWLAND Smyrna 

ANN RUSSELL Charleston, S.C. 

DORAN RUSSELL Sherwood 

Eleventh Row: 

SUZANNE C. RUSSO Nashville 

PATSY CAROL RUTLEDGE Lynchburg 

RUTH SALISBURY Murfreesboro 

ANTHONY SANDERS - Waverly 

BRENDA SANDERS Dicbon 

KENNETH W. SANDERS Nashville 



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First Row: 

MARTHA SANDLIN Shelbyville 

RICHARD SANDLIN Unlonville 

MADOLYN SAPP Madison 

HILDA SCHLANGER Nashville 

BARBARA SCHOW Cleveland 

DAPHNA RUTH SCHULTZ Chattanooga 

Second Row: 

FREDERICK ALLEN SCHWARTZ Murfreesboro 

MARY ETTA SCOTT Cellna 

SHEILA SCOTT Nashville 

RITA SEAMON Nashville 

SUE SELBY Sparta 

JOE SEWELL Columbia 

Third Row: 

SARAH SHARPE Lawrenceburq 

TOMMY SHELTON Shelbyville 

GARY SHERFEY Annadale, Va. 

WILLIAM M. SIDEBOTTOM Nashville 

JIMMY SIMMONS Athens 

BOB SIMMS Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

JAMES R. SIMONS Westmoreland 

ROBERT GLENN SITZ . Tracy City 

GRADY SIZEMORE Old Hickory 

BRENDA SLEDGE - NashvlPe 

ADRAIN SMILEY , Owensboro, Ky. 

ARDEN SMITH Fayetteville 

Fifth Row: 

BRENDA K. SMITH . . Kingston 

CAROLYN MAE SMITH Chattanooga 

JERRY SMITH Chattanooga 

JUDY KAREN SMITH Celena 

KENNETH WAYNE SMITH . Nashville 

LINDA DIANNE SMITH ... Shelbyville 

Sixth Row: 

LINDA SMITH Nashville 

PHIL SMITH Nashville 

SARA KATHERINE SMITH Nashville 

SARAH MARIE SMITH Carthage 

MARIE SMYTHIA Christiana 

SUSAN SPARKMAN . Sparta 

Seventh Row: 

FRED SPARROW ... Shelbyville 

BOBBY SPEIGHT Charlotte 

LARRY SPICER Fairview 

DONALD STACY Manchester 

RONALD STACY .... Manchester 

KAY STANFIELD Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

ERIC DOUGLAS STARKS Chattanooga 

IRIS STARKS Chattanooga 

DIANE MARIE STEPHENS Nashville 

GAIL STEPHENS Murfreesboro 

JEAN VIVIAN STEPHENS Celina 

SANDRA STEVENSON Decherd 

Ninth Row: 

MILDRED WRENNE STOCKARD Murfreesboro 

JOE L. STOREY Cornersville 

BUDDY SULLIVAN Chattanooga 

JUDITH C. SUTTON .... Nashville 

JOYCE SWANGER Dunlap 

GLORIA L. TALLEY Nashville 

Tenth Row: 

KENNARD TARKINGTON Nashville 

LINDA TAYLOR Oak Ridqe 

ROBERT TAYLOR Gallatin 

ROSEMARY TEAGUE Chattanooga 

DIANE THOMAS . , Manchester 

RICKIE SHARON THOMAS Smyrna 

Eleventh Row: 

JAN THOMPSON , .... Nashville 

KAREN JEAN THOMPSON . Nashville 

BRENDA JOYCE TOMLIN College Grove 

KENNY TOTTY Centerville 

JAMES GARY TOWNES Goodlettsville 

BOB TRAINOR Murfreesboro 




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First Row: 

DAN TREACE Germantown 

PAT TRISLER McMinnville 

BONNIE RUTH TROUPE Shelbyville 

SHIRLEY TUCKER Nashville 

PAM TURNER Chattanooqa 

JANICE UNDERWOOD Sprlnq City 

Second Row: 

SUSIE UNDERWOOD Chattanooga 

JANICE RAE VANCE Auburntown 

TERESA VANTREASE Nashville 

PAUL JOSEPH WADE Donelson 

BRENDA KAY WALKER Lewisburg 

CARMEN WALKER Taipei, Formosa 

Third Row: 

DENNIS WALKER Huntland 

DONNA WALKER Columbus, Ohio 

GLORIA JEAN WALKER Nashville 

NANCY WALKER Lebanon 

ELLEN KATHLEEN WALLER Manchester 

SHARON GAYLE WALLS Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

EDWINA WARREN Watertown 

KATHY WATSON Shelbyville 

LINDA L. WATSON Donelson 

JAMES DONALD WEBB Sparta 

K. ROY WEBB Chattanooga 

WANDA WEBB Memphis 

Fifth Row: 

ANTHONY W. WEBSTER . . Greenbrier 

HOWARD WEDEKIND . . Nashville 

BILL WELCH Hixson 

JAMES NORRIS WEST Nashville 

BECKY WHEELER Nashville 

PATRICIA WHITAKER Winchester 

Sixth Row: 

DONALD R. WHITE Murfreesboro 

LINDA WHITE . . ' Nashville 

YVONNE WHITE Nashville 

MARIE GAY WILBURN Ardmore 

CHARLES G. WILLIAMS . Nashville 

JAMES RICHARD WILLIAMS Fayettevllle 

Seventh Row: 

JAN K. WILLIAMS Hartsville 

RALPH WAYNE WILLIAMS Greenbrier 

REBECCA WILLIAMS Nashville 

LYNN WILLIS Henderson 

SUSAN WILLIS . Lawrenceburq 

DYANE WILSON ... Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

RANDALL DEAN WILSON Murfreesboro 

LARRY M. WISDOM . . Hohenwald 

JO ANN WISEMAN Decherd 

NANCY WISEMAN Lynchburq 

ROBERT A. WISER Manchester 

WANDA LUCRETIA WITT Knoxvllle 

Ninth Row: 

LYNN WOMACK Chattanooqa 

L. DIANNE WOODARD Shelbyville 

MARGARET WOOTEN Tullahoma 
BRUCE C. YORK Wilmington, Del. 

ANTHA MARIE YOUNG Jasper 

JANIS YOUNG Nashville 

Tenth Row: 

ELIZABETH CHERYL YOUREE . Murfreesboro 



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First Row: 

TOMMY ABBOTT Tullahoma 

ALANA ACKLEN Decherd 

FRANK ACUFF Nashville 

NORRIS F. ACUFF, JR Jackson 

MICHAEL B. ADAMS Copperhill 

SAMUEL ELAM ADAMS Murfreesboro 

Second Row: 

DENNIS ADAMSON Nashville 

BETTYE ADCOCK ... McMlnnvllle 

PEGGY ADCOCK Murfreesboro 

DEBORAH AGEE Nashville 

LINDA JOYCE AGEE . . Nashville 

JIMMY ORION AKERS McMinnvllle 

Third Row: 

JOHN ALBERT Franklin 

ROSALIE ALEXANDER . Bell Buckle 

MARILYN LOUISE ALFORD Woodbury 

CAROL ANN ALLEN Nashville 

CYNTHIA MELISSA ALLEN ... Nashville 

JUANITA ALLEN Murfreesboro 

Fourth Row: 

PATRICIA LOU ALLEN Murfreesboro 

LARRY STEVEN ALLMAN Murfreesboro 

ALLAN JAMES ALLPORT . Alboln, N.Y. 

KENNETH WAYNE ANDERSON Nashville 

MARY ALICE ANDERSON Fayettevllle 

NANCY K. ANDERSON ... Willlamsport 

Fifth Row: 

ROBERT FARRELL ANDERSON Nashville 

ROBERT RUSSELL ANTHONY Nashville 

MARSHA APPLE ■ . Carthaqe 

LINDA SUE ARNEY Morrison 
DEBORAH ROSE ARNOLD 

VIVIA ARNOLD Manchester 

Sixth Row: 

SALLY ATCHLEY Lebanon 

FAY AUSTIN Murfreesboro 

WANDA KAY AVARITT Murfreesboro 

PATRICIA ANNE AVERY Winchester 

CHARLES DENNIS BAILEY Nashville 

DONALD E. BAILEY. JR Lav/^renceburq 

Seventh Row: 

KAREN BAILEY Murfreesboro 

MIKE BAILEY . Chattanooqa 

JERRY WAYNE BAKER Centerville 

STEVE BAKER . Centerville 

TOMMY BAKER . . Nashville 

MOHSEN BALAKHANI Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

PHILIP BALTZ Nashville 

MICHAEL BALTZER . . - Columbia 

JUDY BANKS Manchester 

JANE BANCROFT Brownsville 

SUSAN BARLESON Nashville 

BETTY BARNES Murfreesboro 

Ninth Row: 

BRENDA BARNES Murfreesboro 

ELEANOR ANN BARNES . . Chattanooqa 

NEIL BARNES Lewlsburq 

RITA A. BAR'SJES Nashville 

STANLEY BARNES . . Livinqston 

ELLEN DIANA BARR Nashville 

Tenth Row: 

ANN FRANCES BARRETT Lebanon 

JUDY ANN BARRETT Nashville 

PAUL BARTON Chattanooqa 

SHIRLEY FAY BARTON .... Manchester 

DONALD RAYBURN BASKIN Nashville 

JENNIFER LOUISE BASKIN ... Murfreesboro 

Eleventh Row: 

JAMES BASS Chattanooga 

ANN BATCHELDOR Nashville 

GIPSON BAUCUM Murfreesboro 

SANDRA BAUGH Chattanooqa 

KITTY 3AUMSTARK Chattanooqa 

JOSEPI-I BAXTER Lawrenceburq 



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First Row: 

PATRICIA BEAN Nashville 

BARBARA L. BEARD Chattanooga 

EULONDA BEARD Centerville 

JOHN ROBERT BEASLEY Ashland City 

MARY ALICE BEASLEY Dixon Springs 

NANCY BEASLEY Hartsville 

Second Row: 

SHIRLEY KAY BEASLEY Chapel Hill 

CHARLES BEDKHAM Atlanta, Ga. 

BETTY BEDFORD Lynchburg 

DON BEECHAM Leoma 

JOHN THOMAS BEERNINK Bell Buckle 

PAULETTE BELL Winchester 

Third Row: 

ALICE BELT Nashville 

DORA ELLA BENNETT . Murfreesboro 

JOAN BILBREY ... Liningston 

JENNIFER BISSINGER . . . , Dickson 

JOHNNIE ANN BLAIR McMinnville 

PAMELA KAY BLAIR LaVergne 

Fourth Row: 

SHERRY BLANCHARD Tullahoma 

RICHARD BLANKENSHIP Lafayette 

GERHARD BOCK Tullahoma 

FREDERICK BOKOP .... Defiance, Ohio 

MARY BOLES ... Celina 

JANICE EARLENE BOLING Nashville 

Fifth Row: 

THOMAS BONDS , Nashville 

CHARLES R. BONDURANT Elkton 

SANDRA GAIL BOSHERS Columbia 

MIKE BOTTOMS Lawrenceburq 

BINNIE KAY BOWEN . Readyville 

DEBBIE BOWERS Nashville 

Sixth Row: 

CHERYL DEAN BOWLING Murfreesboro 

RONALD JAMES BOX Nashville 

DONALD BOYCE Unionville 

CHARLES E. BOYER Monteaqle 

JOHNNY JOE BRADFORD . . Hermitage 

DAVID BRADLEY Sparta 

Seventh Row: 

ESTON LEE BRADLEY Sparta 

GARY BRADLEY Copperhill 

WILLIAM BRENTS BRAGG . Murfreesboro 

MARY ANN BRAME . . . . Shelbyville 

ALVIN BRANDON Readyville 

DENNIS C. BRANTLY Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

BILL BREEDLOVE Nashville 

BRENDA BREWER Fayetteville 

MARGARET I. BREWER Altamont 

MARGARET BREWER Old Hickory 

HARRIETT GAIL BRIDGEFORTH . Nashville 

JUDI BRODIOI Huntland 

Ninth Row: 

JOY ANN BROMLEY ... Savannah 

CAROLYN JOAN BROOKS Murfreesboro 

GAIL BROOKS Estill Springs 

SYLVESTER BROOKS Memphis 

BARBARA BROWN .... Chapel Hill 

BILLY GARRETT BROWN Springfield 

Tenth Row: 

CAROL A. BROWN . Columbia 

CATHY BROWN .Oak Ridge 

JOXNN BROWN . . . Laverqne 

LESLIE MARIE BROWN . . Murfreesboro 

RICHARD BROWN . Tullahoma 

SANDRA KAY BROWN Murfreesboro 

Eleventh Row: 

TONY G. BROWN Shelbyville 

BETTY LOUISE BRYAN Hlllsboro 

BOBBY H. BRYAN Winchester 

FLORA BRYAN Manchester 

WILLIAM BRYAN Morrison 

GILBERT MICHAEL BRYANT Tullahoma 




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First Row: 

ANDY BRYSON Woodbury 

GINNY BUCHANAN Chattanooga 

KAY BUCHANAN Dickson 

RANDALL RAY BUCKNER Decherd 

GREGORY BURCH Celina 

FAYE BURGESS Tullahoma 

Second Row: 

MAURICE RAY BURGESS . . Petersburg 

LAURA ELIZABETH BURK Ringold, Ga 

DEBORAH BURKHALTER ... Winchester 

BARBARA ANN BURKS Beech Grove 

CHARLES R. BURKS Woodbury 

JEAN BURKS Columbia 

Third Row: 

BILL BURNETT Nashville 

DONNA KATHERINE BURNS Nashville 

JAN BURNS Nashville 

RONALD Q. BURNS Rockvale 

CAROL BURRIS Christiana 

MIRIAM SUE BURTON Shelbyvllle 

Fourth Row: 

ELLEN BUTLER Nashville 

ALLEN D. BUZAN Lewlsburg 

MARTHA CYNTHIA CAFFY Lascassas 

JEAN CALLAWAY Lebanon 

MARTHA ANN CALFEE , Chattanooga 

JOHNNY CALVERT Oak Ridge 

Fifth Row: 

CHERYL CAMPBELL , - . Smyrna 

KAY CANNON Fayetteville 

JAMES GARY CANTRELL . . Nashville 

CAROLYN GARDEN . . Norris 

DONNIE CARDWELL Nashville 

ERIC CARLSON Nashville 

Sixth Row: 

ALFRED N. CARNAHAN Nashville 

MARTHA AVERY CARRIGER Lookout Mt. 

PATRICIA CARROLL . Stevenson, Ala. 

BARBARA CARSON Lebanon 

TIM A. CARSON South Pittsburg 

LIBBY CARTER Hixson 

Seventh Row: 

MARY ANN CARTER Murfreesboro 

THOMAS RAY CARTER Lascassas 

KAY CARVER Nashville 

LINDA GATE Murfreesboro 

ROGER CATHEY Nashville 

MARY CATO Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

MICHAEL S. CHAMBERS Chattanooga 

NANCY E. CHAPMAN Nashville 

MARILYN CHATTIN Estill Springs 

STEVE CHEATHAM Fayetteville 

HOOKER CHERRY Shelbyvllle 

MYRON L. CHERRY Centervllle 

Ninth Row: 

MARY JANE CHISHOLM Waverly 

SHARON CHRISTIE Chattanooga 

CAROL CHURCHILL Chattanooga 

CAROLYN CLARK McMinnville 

EDITH ANN CLARK Murfreesboro 

ROGER CLARK Winchester 

Tenth Row: 

BETTY JO CLARY College Grove 

EDDY P. CLAYBORNE Lafayette 

STEVEN W. CLEMENTS Nashville 

ANTHONY CLENDENON McMinnville 

BARRY ALLAN COLBERT .... Murfreesboro 

DONALD COLEMAN Greenbrier 

Eleventh Row: 

HASKEL COATS COLEMAN Tullahoma 

MIKE COLEMAN ' Nashville 

SUE COLLEY Portland 

JAMES R. COLLINS Madison 

MICHAEL A. CONASTER Lebanon 

JANE CONNELLY Cornersvllle 



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First Row: 

WILLIAM BURNELL CONNER . Ripley 

ANGELA CONWAY Smlthville 

JUDY COOK , . Nashville 

MARGARET LOUISE COOKE Murfreesboro 

ROBERT COOKE Cleveland 

CAROLYN COON Petersburq 

Second Row: 

CLAUDIA R. COPELAND Cowan 

BARRY CORDELL . . . Chattanooga 

WILLIAM THOMAS COTHERN Riddleton 

CHARLES COTHRAN Arrinqton 

KERNIE BROWN COTHRAN . . Columbia 

JIMMY COTHRON .... Nashville 

Third Row: 

SHIRLEY COWAN Nashville 

GERRY COX Smyrna 

MARGARET LEE COX Blountville 

KENNETH F. CRABTREE Chattanooga 

DANNY CREIGHTON . Bartooi, III. 

STEVE CRICK Lewisburg 

Fourth Row: 

REBECCA ANN CROUCH Jachon 

GEORGIA CULBREATH Cottontown 

DONNA CURFMAN Nashville 

MIKE CURL Nashville 

JENNIFER CURRY Memphis 

SHARON DANIEL Moss 

Fifth Row: 

DIXIE LYNNE DAUGHERTY Nashville 

FAY DAVENPORT Lebanon 

CONNIE DAVIS Cornersvllle 

PEGGY DAVIS . . McMinnville 

RONNIE EUGENE DAVIS Murfreesboro 

STEVE A. DAVIS Columbia 

Sixth Row: 

SCOTT DAWSON Murfreesboro 

VICKI DEAL Knoxville 

DAVID M. DEARING Shelbyville 

PATTI DECK Rossville, Ga 

PATRICIA DELK . Williamsport 

JAMES DeLOZIER Lebanon 

Seventh Row: 

DALLAS DENNY ... Smyrna 

BEVERLY DENSON Lewisburg 

BARBARA A. DERVIN Nashville 

BETH ANN DICKERSON Columbia 

DANNY DICKEY Fayetteville 

HUGH DeWITT DICKEY Fayetteville 

Eighth Row: 

NANCY DOCKUM Nashville 

ROBERT DORRIS Goodlettsvllle 

WILLIAM R. DORRIS Greenbrier 

RITA GAYLE DOSS LaFayette 

ROGER DOTSON Centerville 

KATHY PAULETTE DOUGLAS . ... Madison 

Ninth Row: 

CLAUDETTE DOWNS Buffalo, Ky. 

LAURA KAY DRAWDY Seaford. Del. 

GARY DUCKER Murfreesboro 

DEBBY DUGGAN Chattanooga 

VIRGIL DUGGIN Woodbury 

BRENDA DUKE Dickson 

Tenth Row: 

STEVE DUKE ... . ... Woodbury 

WILMA DUKE ... Manchester 

WILLIAM DUNAWAY Murfreesboro 

BRAD DUNCAN Hixson 

WILLIAM DUNCAN .... Centerville 

RONALD ALLEN DUNIVAN Fayetteville 

Eleventh Row: 

BARBARA LYNN DUNLAP Madison 

JAMES DOUGLAS DUNN Nashville 

RONNA DURALL Nashville 

FRANCY DURRETT White House 

JIMMY HUGH DUTTON Kingston 

JOHN MICHAEL DYCE Nashville 





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First Row: 

MARCILE DYSART Nashville 

JOEL EARHEART .... Greenbrier 

LOREN EASTMAN Lebanon 

RONNELLE EAVES Chattanooga 

HERSHEL D. EBLE Hlxson 

DAWN EDWARDS Knoxville 

Second Row; 

MARCIA EDWARDS Colunnbla 

SHARON EDWARDS ... Watertown 

EVELYN ELDRIDGE . Murfreesboro 

JAMES ELEY ... ... Shelbyvllle 

JOHN ELLIOTT . Nashville 

LANA ELLIOTT Trenton, Ga. 

Third Row: 

BRENDA JUNE ELMORE Beech Grove 

DANNY ELMORE Nashville 

LARRY EMBERTON Nashville 

STEVE EMRICK . Nashville 

THOMAS ENNIS Murfreesboro 

JERRY MORGAN EPPS Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

CHARLES ALEX ERVIN . . Crossville 

REBECCA TIDWELL ERVIN . . Lynchburq 

SARAH JANE ERVIN Smithville 

BETTY DIANE ERWIN . . . Lebanon 

ROSEMARY ESCUE Nashville 

PATRICIA ESPY Nashville 

Fifth Row: 

BEVERLY JOYCE EVANS . Murfreesboro 

CHERYL EVANS Knoxville 
JOY EUDAILEY Colleqe Grove 

MICHELLE PAGAN Nashville 

GEORGE KEITH FAIR Manchester 

BARBARA FANN Nolensvllle 

Sixth Row: 

JANICE FANNING Lynchburq 

JOHN L. FANNING Lynchburg 

MARY CAROL FARRAR Nashville 

GARY FARRIS Winchester 

SHIRLEY FARRIS ... Unionville 

NANETTE FAULKNER . Lynchburq 

Seventh Row: 

CAROL FELDKIRCHER . . . Greenbrier 

JAMES FELTS Nashville 

VIRGINIA FERGUSON ' Chattanooga 

LEE FERRELL Jackson 

LYNN FERRELL Jackson 

JOHN MARK FIELDER Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

EDDY FINCH Nashville 

CAROLYN FINNEY Shelbyville 

ARTHUR L. FIRTION Klnqsport 

RENE ANN FIRTION Klnqsport 

RUSSELL FISHER Spring City 

CHEL FITE Nashville 

Ninth Row: 

DEBORAH SUE FLEENOR . . Hermitage 

BETTY GAYLE FLOYD Eaqleville 

KAY FLOYD Gallatin 

PRISCILLE FLOYD Chattanooga 

RONALD FLOYD Nashville 

JANE FLUTY Centervllle 

Tenth Row: 

THOMAS FLYNN Fayettevllle 

GARY LEE FOLLIS Nashville 

JOHN FORD . Byrdstown 

JOSEPH STANLEY FORMOSA Nashville 

CONNIE FOSTER Nashville 

LINDA GAIL FOUST Nashville 

Eleventh Row: 

COLLEEN FOUTS . Murfreesboro 

CONSTANCE ANNE FOUTS Murfreesboro 
EDWIN A. FOX South Pittsburg 

JUDITH MARIE FOX Franklin 

PATRICIA LOU FOX Franklin 

PAULETTE M. FOX . Nashville 



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First Row: 

TED FRANKLIN Franklin 

MARTHA FRAZIER Smithvllle 

WALLACE FREEMAN Nashville 

KENNETH R. FRESHOUR Lenoir City 

DON FULTON Shelbyville 

CHARLES FUREDY Neward, Ohio 

Second Row: 

SHARON GASKINS Nashville 

TOMMY GATLIN Nashville 

NEDRE LOUISE GAVIN Wittenberg, Wise. 

MICHAEL GEARY Tracy City 

ROBERT GENUNG Goodlettsville 

BETTIE GEORGE Fayetteville 

Third Row: 

LAURA JUNE GERRITSEN Hartsville 

GARY G'FELLERS . . Kingsport 

JERI GIBSON - .... Ducktown 

STEPHEN CARL GILBERT Murfreesboro 

MICHAEL BRANNON GILES . Rockvale 

CARL J. GILLIAM Chattanooga 

Fourth Row: 

LINDA GILLILAND Madison 

JOHN HENRY GILMORE .... Bell Buckle 

DONALD GIVENS . . Nashville 

LINDA GODSEY Rockwood 

LINDA GOOD Smithville 

BARTON J. GORDON Murfreesboro 

Fifth Row: 

NANCE FISHER GORDON Franklin 

STEVE GOUGER . . Chattanooga 

MAX GOVER Memphis 

GLORIA JANE GOWAN . • . . Fayetteville 

JACK GRAMMER Columbus, Ohio 

CONNIE MARIE GRAVES . ... Nashville 

Sixth Row: 

STEVE GRAVES Murfreesboro 

THOMAS NEAL GRAVES Smyrna 

CAROLYN JOYCE GRAY ... Spring City 

BRENDA GREEN Hixson 

NANNETTE GREEN Murfreesboro 

PAMELA ANN GREEN Mt. Juliet 

Seventh Row: 

RANDY GREENWOOD .... Nashville 

LEE GREER Paris 

MICHAEL GREGORY . . Winchester 

THOMAS DAVID GRIFFEY . . Chattanooga 

JANICE GRIFFIN ... . . Hendersonville 
JEANNE GRIFFIN Flintville 

Eighth Row: 

RONNIE GRIZZARD Nashville 

RICHARD E. GROCE ... Fayetteville 

JOHN A. HACKNEY Lawrenceburg 

BONNIE HAGERMAN . ... Murfreesboro 

CHARLES CHRIS HAILEY Carthage 

ALAN PERRY HALL Donelson 

Ninth Row: 

DAVID HALL Fayetteville 

GLYNDA FAYE HALL Alexandria 

KATHLEEN HALL Chattanooga 

ELIZABETH HAMBRIGHT Chattanooga 

DONNA HAMES Shelbyville 

ROGER HAMMOCK Murfreesboro 

Tenth Row: 

HEATHER HANCOCK . ... Fayetteville 

JOHN BETTES HANCOCK . Lebanon 

BERNADETTE HANE . Tullahoma 

RIDGE KENT HARBISON Nashville 

ROGER HARDAWAY Tullahoma 

ROGER HARDISON . Shelbyville 

Eleventh Row: 

ALLEN HARLOW Fayetteville 

LOIS HARPER Franklin 

JANICE HARRINGTON Nashville 

CONNIE HARRIS ... Nashville 

LESLIE HARRIS Oak Ridge 

LINDA FAY HARRIS Flintville 




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First Row: 

MARILYN HARRIS Columbia 

ELMER JACKY HARRISON Nashville 

JERRY DAVID HARRISON Murfreesboro 

MIKE HARRISON Nashville 

JOHN HART Columbia 

KENNETH EARL HASTINGS .... ShelbyvlHe 

Second Row; 

KAY HASTON . Shelbyville 

SHERYL HATFIELD ... Sprlnghill 

BILLY' HAWKINS . . Klnqston 

BARBARA ANN HAYES McMinnville 

EVA HAYES Murfreesboro 

JEANNIE HAYS Murfreesboro 

Third Row: 

ROBERT F. HAZARD Tullahoma 

ALICE B. HAZEL . . Smyrna 

GERALD L. HEAD Hendersonvllle 

ROBERT VICTOR HEARNE Nashville 

JUDY HEATH . ... Murfreesboro 

ROBERT TIMOTHY HEFLIN ... Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

SHARON HEGE Decatur, Ga. 

DOROTHY C. HENDERSON . Murfreesboro 

MONTY HARAN HENDON Shelbyville 

DOROTHY HERIGES . . Nashville 

KENNETH A. HESSON ... Hendersonville 

ALLAN WAYNE HESTER Nashville 

Fifth Row: 

PATRICIA ANN HESTER Shelbyville 

DEBORAH HICKMAN . Cornersvllle 

PHIL HICKS Memphis 

JAMES HIGGINBOTHAM Winchester 

ROBIN HIGH Murfreesboro 

DEBORAH S. HILL Lynchburg 

Sixth Row: 

ELAINE HILL Nashville 

VICKI HILL Dalton, Ga. 

CARL FRANKLIN HIRLSTON Murfreesboro 
CINDY HODDON ... Nashville 
MERYL E. HODGE, JR. Nashville 

PAMELA K. HOLCOMB Fllntville 

Seventh Row: 

JOYCE HOLT Nashville 

ANGELA HOOPER Dickson 

MARLENE HORTON Shelbyville 

DANNY EUGENE HOSSE . Smyrna 

AREA TIJUANA HOWARD Chattanooga 

JAMES PHILLIP HOWELL , Lewlsburg 

Eighth Row: 

JUANITA HOWSE Murfreesboro 

LILLIE CAROLYN HOWSE Murfreesboro 

MARK J. HOYLE Fort Worth, Tex. 

MICHAEL HUEBSCHMAN Tullahoma 

SHERON GAIL HUFF . . . Brentwood 

BARBARA HUFFAKER ... Nashville 

Ninth Row: 

DAVID PHILLIP HUFFAKER Nashville 

RAYMOND ALLEN HUFFINES Hartsville 

DAVID HUFNAGLE Huntsvllle, Ala. 

JUNE HUGGINS Hendersonvllle 

JOHN ROBERT HUGHES . . Nashville 

KYLE HULEN Summertown 

Tenth Row: 

DONA HUMPHREY ... Nashville 

LYNN HUNT . Chattanooga 

WILLIAM NAT HUNTER Hermitage 

STEPHEN ROSS HURST Nashville 

TONY HUTCHINS ... Murfreesboro 

DARYL HUTCHINSON Madison 

Eleventh Row: 

MIKE IGNATZ Goodlettsvllle 

PHIL INGLEBURGER Tullahoma 

CHERYL INGRAM Nashville 

RUTH MARIE IRWIN . Murfreesboro 

DEBBIE ISLAUB Memphis 

CONNIE SUE IVERY College Grove 



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First Row: 

CARL JACKSON Fayetteville 

DENNIS WILLIAM JACKSON Nashville 

GIL JACKSON ... Murfreesboro 

JAMES HOYTE JACKSON ^ Murfreesboro 

JAMES RONALD JACKSON ^ - . Murfreesboro 

NANCY JACKSON Nashville 

Second Row: 

SALLY JACKSON Humboldt 

ROBBIE KAY JACOBS McMlnnville 

SHERYL ANNE JAKES Murfreesboro 

JOHNNY JAMES St. Joseph, Mo. 

STEPHEN JOHN JAMES Murfreesboro 

STEPHEN JOHN JAMES Murfreesboro 

Third Row: 

DIANE JENKINS Copperhill 

EVELYN GAYLE JENKINS . . Lebanon 

BOB JENNINGS . ■ Hixon 

GARY LEE JENNINGS Chattanooga 

JUDITH A. JENNINGS Lebanon 

MELODY JENNINGS ... Mt. Juliet 

Fourth Row: 

CHARLES PAT JERNIGAN . Winchester 

SANDRA JERNIGAN Manchester 

JAMES R. JETER Nashville 

RANDALL WAYNE JEWELL Kingston 

BETTY JEAN JOHNS Murfreesboro 

JAMES JOHNSON . . . .- Nashville 

Fifth Row: 

JANICE JOHNSON Watertown 

LYNN JOHNSON . . Atlanta, Ga. 

MARILYN JOHNSON Lebanon 

MARTHA JOHNSON Rockwood 

ROBERT HAL JOHNSON Lebanon 

TED JOHNSON . Manchester 

Sixth Row: 

WILLIAM N. JOHNSON Lawrenceburq 

KENNETH GORDON JOHNSTON Nashville 

LARRY JOHNSTON . - Chattanooga 

BETTY JONES Waverly 

ELIZABETH JONES . Nashville 

FRIEDA ANNE JONES Jackson 

Seventh Row: 

SARA ANN JONES Murfreesboro 

SUSAN DIANA JONES .... Concord 

WARREN JONES Nashville 

WILLIAM DALE JONES Flintville 

JANICE JORDAN Shelbyville 

MIKE JORDAN .... Franklin 

Eighth Row: 

FREDDIE JOYNER Nashville 

LINDA MARIE JUDD Murfreesboro 

SUSAN JUSTUS Batesville 

CHARLOTTE KEATHLEY Oak Ridge 

MARY JANE KEATING New Johnsonville 

MIKE H. KEEF , . . . Nashville 

Ninth Row: 

DORIS DEVONNA KEENE . . . Lafayette 

LINDA KEEVER . Manchester 

BENNIE LOU KEITH . . Smithvllle 

CON KELLERHALS Rossville, Ga. 

MICHAEL LARRY KELLEY Nashville 

DEBORAH ANN KERNAN . Donelson 

Tenth Row: 

JANE WARD KERR Maryville 

NORMA KEYLON . . Dayton 

GARY KEYT Springfield 

JAMES KILGORE Chattanooga 

HOUSTON KILLGORE Chattanooga 

BOB KING Hixson 

Eleventh Row: 

CARL V. KINSER Shelbyville 

DONNA KNIGHT Nashville 

MARY KNIGHT . . - . Nashville 

SANDRA KNIGHT ... Madison 
KENNETH LEE KNOWLES . . .Pes Moines, Iowa 

DAVID La GRANGE Fell City. Ind. 





First Row: 

GARY LAMB Chattanooga 

SUSAN LAMBERT Centerville 

ROGER MONROE LAMBERTH Cottontown 

LINDA LANE Mjrfreesboro 

FRANCES LANGFORD Manchester 

TERESA ANN LANGFORD Gallatin 

Second Row: 

LINDA FAYE LARKINS Nashville 

CAROL LAWRENCE Nashville 

DAVID OREN LAWRENCE Murfreesboro 

JAMES LAWRENCE Nashville 

DIANE LAWSON Tullahoma 

RICHARD LAWSON Jasper 

Third Row: 

WAYNE DANIEL LAZENBY Madison 

BRENDA KAY LEAGUE Murfreesboro 

VICTORIA JOANNE LEAKE College Park. Ga. 

DON LEDFORD Lewlsburq 

ROBERT LEDFORD Lewlsburq 

KATHRYN LEE Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

C. L. LEIGH Rossville, Ga. 

STEPHEN H. LESTER Milton 

KEN LEWIS Atlanta, Ga. 

ROBERT LEWIS Smyrna 

STEPHEN ERNEST LIEBERUM Chattanooga 

DIANE LIECHTY Belvidere 



Fifth Row: 

LINDA LINDENAU , 
VICKI LINDSEY 
VENETIA LINDSEY 
CHARLES LINVILLE 
WILLIAM MICHAEL LITTLE 
JOSEPH A. LIVESAY 



Corfu. New York 

Portland 

. . Old Hickory 

Hartsvllle 

Fayettevllle 

. Nashville 



Sixth Row: 

MIKE LOCKE Old Hickory 

DON LOCKRIDGE Nashville 

DIANA SUE LOGAN Donelson 

JOHN LOGAN Lynchburq 

MARY GENE LOGUE Nashville 

MARY LONG Chattanooga 

Seventh Row: 

SHARON LONG . . - Grueltl 

JAMES WALTER LONGMIRE Daisy 

WILLIAM LORD BInghampton, N.Y. 

RICHARD LOVELESS Murfreesboro 

DAVID LOVELL Nashville 

JULIE LOVETT Union, Ky. 

Eighth Row: 

DANA MARTIN LOWE Rockvale 

LANIER ROY LOWE Murfreesboro 

LARRY LOWE Goodlettsvllle 

HERBERT MICHAEL LUSK Woodbury 

PAT LYNCH Nashville 

THOMAS RANDALL MABRY Goodlettsville 

Ninth Row: 

NICKEY L. MACKEY Winchester 

EARL MICHAEL MAGGART Nashville 

LINDA MALONE Murfreesboro 

LYNN HUGH MALONE Madison 

GARY MALONEY Norcross, Ga. 

JAMES MANGRUM Falrvlew 

Tenth Row: 

STEVE MANGRUM Nashville 

FRED GLENN MANLEY Nashville 

HELEN MANN Murfreesboro 

MIKE MANTOOTH Chattanooga 

MARY JO MARABLE Eaglevllle 

SANDRA MARCHETTI Nashville 



Eleventh Row: 

SUE ANN MARLIN 

JOE HOWARD MARLOW JR. 

HAROLD KENNETH MARSHALL 

CLAUDIA MARTIN 

FREDDY MARTIN 

JOHN KENNETH MARTIN 



Murfreesboro 

, Hlllsboro 

Nashville 

Murfreesboro 

. . Alexandria 

Hartsvllle 



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FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

KEN MARTIN Atlanta, Ga. 

RON MARTIN Watertown 

SHARON MARTIN Old Hickory 

WILLIAM HERMAN MARTIN Nashville 

DEEDY MASON Nashville 

SANDRA MASON Ducktown 

Second Row: 

STEPHEN EDWARD MASON Athens 

LARRY MASSENGILL Dayton 

GEORGIA MATHIS Chattanooqa 

JERRE ANN MATHIS Franklin 

JUDY MATHIS Alexandria 

GARY MATLOCK Chattanooqa 

Third Row: 

GARY LELAND MATTHEWS - ' Nashville 

PATRICIA ANN MAXWELL Viola 

WAYNE MAY Manchester 

GORDON MAYFIELD McMlnnville 

DONNA L. McCAFFERTY Colunnbia 

DAVID MICHAEL McCARROLL Chattanooqa 



Fourth Row: 

STEPHEN PAUL McCLANNAHAN 

NANCY McCLARAN . 

BECKY McCLARNEY 

BECKY McCRARY 

RONNIE McCRORY 

BILLY JOE McCULLOUGH 

Fifth Row: 

CHARLES McCULLOUGH 
JUDY McELROY 
VIVIAN GAY McELROY 
REBECCA McFARLAND 
MARTHA VIRGINIA McFARLIN 
ELIZABETH McGEE . . ^ -. . . 



Centerville 

Murfreesboro 

Tullahoma 

, . Waverly 

Centerville 

. Shelbyville 



Shelbyville 
Lascassas 

Madison 
Albany, Ky. 
Murfreesboro 
. Nashville 



Sixth Row: 

DAVID CARL McGREGOR 

SARA McGregor 

CERETHA McGUIRE 
PAULA RUTH McHUGHES 
THOMAS LEWIS McKEE 
CHERYL McKNIGHT . . 

Seventh Row: 

RITA McKNIGHT 

FRED McLEAN 

ELIZABETH ANN McLEMORE 

CHARLOTTE McMAHAN 

LOUIS WAYNE McMAHON 

EDWARD WAYNE McNEAL 

Eighth Row: 

JOE GLEN McSURLEY 
DAVID McWILLIAMS 
MARILYN MEADOR 
GALEN MEDLIN 
DONNIE MERRYMAN 
MICHAEL MILES 



McMinnville 

McMinnville 

Chattanooqa 

Jackson 

Milton 

Hixson 



. Lascassas 

Paris 

Nashville 

, Maryvllle 

Franklin 

McMinnville 



. Nashville 
Nashville 
Centerville 
, LaVerqne 
. Nashville 
Nashville 



Ninth Row: 

JAMES DOUGLAS MILLER Hohenwald 

KENNETH MILLER Murfreesboro 

PANKY MILLER LaFayette 

CLIFFORD MILLICAN ... Rockwood 

ANNETTE MILLIGAN Murfreesboro 

ROBERT J. MILLIGAN Philadelphia, Pa. 



Tenth Row: 

KATHY ANN MILLRANEY 

MARIE MINGLE 

SHIRLEY ANN MINGLE 

ALICIA MINOR 

CAROL EDWENA MITCHELL 

GARY MOFIELD 



McMinnville 

Murfreesboro 

Nashville 

Shelbyville 

. Frankewinq 

. . . Lebanon 



Eleventh Row: 

RHODA ANNE MOLES 
CRAIG MONEY . 

MARTHA LUE MOOM 
BARBARA MOORE . . 



. . . . . Harriman 

Kinqston 

. . . . . . Harrison 

Lewisburq 

DAVID MOORE Jackson 

DIXIE MOORE Chattanooqa 








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First Row: 

GARY LANCE MOORE . South Pittsburq 

IVAN MOORE . . Murfreesboro 

JIMMY MOORE Gallatin 

MARGARET MOORE - . Murfreesboro 

MELINDA MOORE McMlnnvllle 

THOMAS S. MOORE . Nashville 

Second Row: 

JOYCE MOOREHEAD Woodbury 

KENNETH MORGAN Dunlap 

LINDA MORGAN Ripley 

MYRNA KAY MORGAN Thomaston. Ga. 

ETHEL ELIZABETH MORRIS Sparta 

INGRID MORRIS Chattanooga 

Third Row: 

BRUCE MORRISON Gallatin 

BARBARA MORSE Lebanon 

JACKIE WAYNE MORTON Nashville 

ASLEE E. MOSS Centerville 

MARTHA MOSS Nashville 

GARY E. MULLIGAN McMmnville 

Fourth Row: 

JOHN ALLEN MUNGLE Hartsville 

ROBERT MURPHY Murfreesboro 

BEVERLY MURRAY Nashville 

RETTA MURRAY Nashville 

CATHY MYERS Morrison 

HONEY LU NABORS Ashland 

Fifth Row: 

PHILLIP LYNN NASH Old Hickory 

RONNIE NEAL Spring Hill 

DEBBIE NEWLON Nashville 

CURTIS NEWMAN JR Sparta 

GARY WAYNE NEWMAN Nashville 

JOHN C. NEWMAN Nashville 

Sixth Row; 

LINDA NEWMAN Tullahoma 

SUSAN NEWMAN Etowah 

LONNIE JOHNSON NEWTON Nashville 

CYNTHIA NICHOLSON Mt. Pleasant 

FRANK A. NORTH Franklin 

DONNA OAKLEY Nashville 

Seventh Row: 

PAUL O'CONNOR Tullahoma 

MIKE OGLE ... Concord 

JOANNE MARIE OGLESBY Nashville 

WILLIAM HAMILTON OGLESBY II . . Galatia, III. 

DAVID ORR Shelbyville 

MARSHA KAYLIN OSGATHORP Moss 

Eighth Row: 

PATTY JILL OWEN McMinnville 

GENEVA OWENS Chattanooga 

JAMES OWENS Chattanooga 

JAMES LAINE OWENS Lebanon 

DAVID RANDOLPH PAGE Kingston 

WILLIAM P. PAGE Columbia 

Ninth Row: 

DENNIS PAINTER ... Winchester 

GARY PALMER Nashville 

GLENDA J. PANTER Ducktown 

DENNIS PARK Lewisburg 

KATHY FAYE PARKER Woodbury 

SHARON RUTH PARKER McMinnville 

Tenth Row: 

DIANNE PARKS Fayetteville 

LAUREL PARRY Signal Mountain 

LARRY PARSONS Pulaski 

AUSTIN PASSONS . Chattanooga 

LINDA PATE Murfreesbo-o 

DRON PATRICK Atlanta, Ga. 

Eleventh Row: 

DIANA LEE PATTERSON Batesville 

JUDY ANNE PATTERSON Old Hickory 

ROBERTA PATTERSON Clinton 

SHERYL PATTERSON Henderson 

JOYCE PATTON Watertown 

PEGGY PATTON Pelham 



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First Row: 

CAROLYN PAUL Chattanooga 

JOHNIE PAYTON Lebanon 

WENDELL CLAY PEDIGO Pegrann 

DWIGHT PENNINGTON FranUin 

WILLIAM M. PERDUE Westmoreland 

DARRELL PERKINS Murfreesboro 

Second Row: 

STAN PERRIN Fayetteville 

GLENDA PERRYMAN Nashville 

JAMES DILLON PETTIT Sparta 

GARY L. PETTY Shelbyville 

JOYCE PETTY Nashville 

ELLEN KAY PHILLIPS Manchester 

Third Row: 

FRANCES PHILLIPS Stevenson, Ala. 

JOAN PHILLIPS Chattanooga 

KENNETH PHILLIPS JR Bell Buckle 

WILLIAM PHILLIPS Unionville 

G. LLOYD PHILPOT McMinnville 

DEBORAH PICKETT Chattanooga 

Fourth Row: 

SANDRA PIGG Murfreesboro 

JUDY PINKERTON Franklin 

MAXEY PIPER Gallatin 

LARRY MICHAEL PISTOLE 

MARSHA ANN PLEMONS Murfreesboro 

JOAN POCKRUS Tullahoma 

Fifth Row: 

JOHN H, POLK, JR Nashville 

CLIFTON ALLEN POND JR Cottontown 

DON PORTER Shelbyville 

FRED PORTER Columbia 

CINDY LEE POTTER . Madison 

DAVID C. POUND . , •. Newark, Ohio 

Sixth Row: 

MICHAEL WAYNE POWELL ... Nashville 

GAYLE POWERS 

MARY FRANCES POWERS ... Ashland City 

LaRUE PRATT Nashville 

LAURA PRESSWOOD ... Cleveland 

WILLIAM A. PRINCE Nashville 

Seventh Row: 

NANCY PRUETTE Donelson 

DONALD PUCKETT Murfreesboro 

DAVID LELAND PUCKETT Murfreesboro 

LARRY PUCKETT Nashville 

JAMES ANDREW PUGH Nashville 

MIKE PULLEY Nashville 

Eighth Row; 

JOHN WESLEY QUINTERO Nashville 

JAMES W. RADER . Columbia 

ANN RAFFONI Shelbyville 

HUGH WAYNE RAMSAY Columbia 

ROBERT RAMSEY Nashville 

NANCY RANDOLPH Nashville 

Ninth Row: 

ELLEN RAPAICH Chattanooga 

ROSEMARY RAPOZA Tullahoma 

JUDY RAYBURN Columbia 

BETSY GAY REED Donelson 

RANDALL R. REEVES Whltwell 

BART RENFRO Oak Ridge 

Tenth Row: 

COLE H. RHEA Grand Island, Neb. 

THERESA RICCO Tullahoma 

THOMAS CHARLES RICHARDS . Murfreesboro 

BRENDA RICHARDSON Murfreesboro 

CAROL RICHARDSON Tullahoma 

JAMES RICHARDSON Tullahoma 

Eleventh Row: 

RUFUS HOWARD RIGGAN Lebanon 

ALVIN CARL RIGSBY McMinnville 

MARGARET ANN RIGSBY Eaglevllle 

BECKY RILEY Tullahoma 

DONNA RINEHART Murfreesboro 

JAMES KENNETH RITCHIE Soddy 








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First Row: 

DIANA RITTER Nashville 

DIANTHA ROBERSON Chattanooqa 

LIBBY ROBERSON Gallatin 

ROY H. ROBERSON Chattanooaa 

JAMES EDWARD ROBINSON, JR Tullahoma 

JOHN McGlLL ROCHELLE Gallatin 

Second Row: 

THOMAS E. RODDY Hartsville 

GLORIA JEAN RODGERS Chattanooqa 

JOHN ED ROGERS Jasper 

JUDY ANNE ROGERS Chattanooqa 

MELBA ROGERS Camden 

PATRICIA ANNE ROGERS Murfreesboro 

Third Row: 

BRENDA ROLLINS Altamont 

DONALD ROTHMAN Nashville 

DOYE ROWLAND Eagleville 

THOMAS E. ROWLAND, III Sparta 

SAMUEL MORRIS ROY Chattanooqa 

ROBERT RUCKER . , Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

ROBERT RUSHLOW Atlanta, Ga. 

MIKE RUSSEL McMinnville 

PATRICIA RUTLEDGE Shelbyvllle 

JERRY RYE Chattanooqa 

PATRICIA DIANNE RYE Soddy 

GARY RYMAN Madison 

Fifth Row: 

BONNIE SADLER Murfreesboro 

RICHARD SALISBURY Seaford, Del. 

MARIAN ANN SANDERS Cleveland 

NORMA SANDERS Lebanon 

VON SCOTT SANDERS Chattanooqa 

JOHN A. SANFORD, JR Nashville 

Sixth Row: 

MAYBELLE SAULS Tullahoma 

LINDA SUE SAUNDERS Chattanooga 

BARBARA SAVAGE Shelbyvllle 

GARY LEE SAWYER Nashville 

JIMMY L. SCATES Memphis 

JOHNNY WILLIAM SCHABLIK, JR Nashville 

Seventh Row: 

BOB SCHAMBERG Fayettevllle 

DIANE SCHRADER Murfreesboro 

DONNA SCHRADER Murfreesboro 

DONNA KAY SCOTT Columbia 

WILLIAM H. SCOTT Lebanon 

MARY SEAVER Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

SAMMY SELLS Shelbyvllle 

SUSIE SELLS Cowan 

DONNA MARIE SELPH Nashville 

ROBERT SEUL Nashville 

JERRY SHACKELFORD Pulaski 

GLORIA SHACKLETT Murfreesboro 

Ninth Row: 

PAULA SHADWICK Chattanooqa 

JAMES HENRY SHAW Cartersvllle, Ga. 

PATRICIA SHEARRON Ashland City 

GAYLE SHELTON Nashville 

LINDA JEANNE SHOEMAKER Murfreesboro 

RICHARD SHORTRIDGE Pelham 

Tenth Row: 

RONNIE SHUBERT Flintville 

SUZANNE SHUFF Nashville 

PAM SHUMAKER Nashville 

TONY SILVEY Fayettevllle 

BARBARA A. SIMMONS Nashville 

JAMES SIMMS, JR Evanston, III. 

Eleventh Row: 

DENNIE MARK SIMONIS Columbia 

LINDA SIMPSON Nashville 

ERIC L. SIMS Huntland 

ESTER JUANITA SIMS Tullahoma 

MICHAEL STEPHEN SIMS Sparta 

SANDRA SINOR Nashville 



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FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

WILLIAM M. SISCO Knoxvllle 

JACKIE SISK Manchester 

LINDA LEE SKINNER Brentwood 

REBA SLEDGE Murfreesboro 

ANNE TWINING SLOAN Murfreesboro 

PHIL SMARTT Mi. Juliet 

Second Row: 

LAWANDA SMIDDY Chattanooqa 

CHARLES SMITH SHnyrna 

CINDY SMITH Tullahonna 

DANNY WILSON SMITH FayetteviHe 

DAWN SMITH Nashville 

EMILY SMITH Shelbyville 

Third Row: 

ERSKINE SMITH Murfreesboro 

JAMES SMITH South Pittsburq 

JANET SMITH Chattanooqa 

JILL ANITA SMITH Madison 

JOY SMITH Tullahoma 

JUDY SMITH Franklin 

Fourth Row: 

KENNETH SMITH McMInnville 

KENNETH ROY SMITH Tullahoma 

LADENIA ARLYNE SMITH Cleveland 

MARY SMITH Hermitaqe 

MARY WASHINGTON SMITH Centerville 

ROBERT WAYNE SMITH Tullahonna 

Fifth Row: 

SANDRA K. SMITH Woodbury 

TERESA SMITH Hendersonville 

WILLIAM BARTON SMITH Murfreesboro 

AUDREY SMITHSON Tullahoma 

EDWARD CLAY SOLOMON McMinnville 

PEGGY SPANGLER Chattanooqa 

Sixth Row: 

HARRIET FRANCES SPANN Nashville 

ROBERT LEE SPENCER III Nashville 

LINDA SPINKS Gallatin 

MARGARET SPRAYBERRY Chattanooqa 

PAUL STAGEY Nashville 

ROBERT E. STAMMER JR Chapel Hill 

Seventh Row: 

TIMOTHY STANFILL Indianapolis, Ind. 

PAUL STANSBERRY Nashville 

RONALD STANSELL Chattanooqa 

GEORGE STAPP Berqenfield, N.J. 

BARBARA STARKEY Nashville 

PHIL STEPHENSON Oak Ridqe 

Eighth Row: 

JOE BILLY STEVENSON Taf* 

JIMMY MORRIS STINSON LaFayette 

WILLIAM A. STOREY Smyrna 

ANN MARIE STRICKLAND Camder 

MIKE STRONG Chattanooqa 

NANCY STROOP Murfreesboro 

Ninth Row: 

NORMA STUBBLEFIELD McMinnville 

PAULA GAY STUDER Chattanooqa 

ELLIOT H. SULLIVAN Lawrenceburq 

JAMES LARRY SULLIVAN Rockwall 

HENRIETTA SUMMERS Alexandria 

RHESA SUMRELL 

Tenth Row: 

BERTHA ANN SUTTON Nashville 

DALE SWAFFORD South Pittsburq 

PAULA J. SWAFFORD Chattanooqa 

DANNY LYNN TALLEY Nashville 

BETTY TARPLEY Murfreesboro 

PHILIP N, TARPLEY Cornersville 

Eleventh Row: 

PAMELA ANDREA TATUM Nashville 

EDDIE TAYLOR Hartsville 

GORDON NILES TAYLOR Sewanee 

JUDY CAROL TAYLOR Murfreesboro 

MOLLY SUE TAYLOR . Murfreesboro 
JACK TEAGUE Athens 









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First Row: 

PATSY C. TEMPLETON McMmnville 

CHERYL TERRY Nashville 

JAMES THOMAS - - Smyrna 

DAVID D. THOMPSON . ^ . Chattanooqa 

GARY THOMPSON .... Nashville 

JOHN A. THOMPSON Richard City 

Second Row: 

ROBERT EARL THOMSON Nashville 

KATHY THORNTON Nashville 

WILLIAM H. THRASHER Savannah 

ANNE TINCHER Nashville 

DEBORAH TITTLE Smyrna 

MIKE TODD Murfreesboro 

Third Row: 

DANNY TOMLIN Lewisburq 

MIKE TOWNSEND Dal+on 

RANDALL ELVIN TRAIL Manchester 

JUDY TRAMMELL Lawrenceburq 

JANIE TROLLINGER Lewlsburg 

JIMMY GLENN TROUT Chapel Hill 

Fourth Row: 

SHARON ELAINE TUCKER Nashville 

CAROLYN TURNER Manchester 

JACKIE DOYLE TURNER Nashville 

SUZANN TURNER Loudon 

PAUL S. TURNEY South Pittsburg 

LAWRENCE G. TUTTLE Hohenwald 

Fifth Row: 

TIMOTHY TYRRELL KnoxviHe 

LINDA UNDERWOOD Paris 

LAURA MAE VADEN Watertov/n 

LINDA J. VALENTINE Murfreesboro 

H. KAY VAN ARSDALE Chattanooqa 

SHARON VANTREASE Harriman 

Sixth Row: 

HOWELL DOUGLAS VAUGHAN Nashville 

WILLIAM VAUGHN Nashville 

WANDA JO WADDELL Celina 

CHARLIE JEAN WADE Murfreesboro 

GOLDY LEE WADE Murfreesboro 

DIANNE WAGGONER Franlclin 

Seventh Row: 

ROBERT J. WAGNER Logansport, Ind. 

BRENDA FAYE WALDRON Lavergne 

CAROLYN WALKER Lavergne 

ROBERTA ALICE WALKER Lewisburg 

SANDRA WALKER Daisy 

THOMAS EARL WALKER Shelbyville 

Eighth Row: 

WILLARD R. WALKER Nashville 

HARRIET WALL Ashland City 

BRENDA WALLACE Tullahoma 

JANICE KATHERINE WALLACE Chattanooga 

CLAUDIA WALLER Nashville 

JANET WALLS Nashville 

Ninth Row: 

RICHARD DAVID WANN Rossville, Ga. 

DIANE WARNER Nashville 

RANDY WARNER Nashville 

CINDY WARREN Chattanooga 

JUANITA WATKINS Murfreesboro 

BRENDA KAY WATSON McMinnville 

Tenth Row: 

JAMES WATSON Blanche 

RONNIE WEAVER Donelson 

RICHARD LEE WEBB Chattanooga 

RONALD WEBB Mibno 

MARY R. WEHRMAN Kingston 

ELIZABETH WELCH Savannah 

Eleventh Row: 

ANDY WELLDEN Athens, Ala. 

JAMES WEST Nashville 

JEANNIE WEST Nashville 

JOE WESTFALL Murfreesbo-o 

MECIA WETHERFORD Nashville 

BRENDA JOYCE WHEELER Nashville 



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First Row: 

DEBORAH WHITE Chattanooga 

SANDRA GALE WHITE Nashville 

SARAH WHITE Cleveland 

WILLIAM WHITE Rossvllle, Ga. 

WILLIAM A. WHITTINGTON Nashville 

DEBBIE WILBURN Placentla, Calif. 

Second Row: 

DON L. WILEY Fayetteville 

J. ROBERT WILGUS Murfreesboro 

MARY ALICE WILLHOIT Chattanooga 

BETTIE JOYCE WILLIAMS Morrison 

BETTYE WILLIAMS Watertown 

FRED DOW WILLIAMS Nashville 

Third Row: 

JIMMY WILLIAMS Murfreesboro 

PEGGY JEAN WILLIAMS Nolensville 

RALPH EDWARD WILLIAMS Nashville 

SANDRA WILLIAMS Watertown 

LYNN WILLIAMSON Dalton, Ga. 

CANDICE LOUISE WILSON Chapel Hill 

Fourth Row: 

CAROL WILSON Chattanooga 

CHARLES WILSON McMinnviHe 

CONNIE WILSON Old Hickory 

ELIZABETH WILSON Columbia 

HELEN WILSON Morrison 

LOIS JOANN WILSON Red Boiling Springs 

Fifth Row: 

MICHAEL WAYNE WILSON Murfreesboro 

ROBERT H. WILSON Murfreesboro 

CONNIE SUE WINTERS Summertown 

CHARLES T. WOMACK Fayetteville 

GRADY CARL WOMACK McMinnviHe 

MAGGIE IJEAN WOMACK Murfreesboro 

Sixth Row: 

DIXIE GEORGEANNE WOOD Nashville 

JERRY CLARENCE WOODARD Riddleton 

DEBRA ANN WOODCOCK Lafayette 

JEAN WOODLEE McMinnviHe 

CHARLES T. WOODS Winder, Ga. 

MARY ELLEN WOODS Nashville 

Seventh Row: 

JAMES W. WOODSON Shelbyville 

ROGER WOODY Crossville 

HUBERT E. WOOTTEN Nashville 

JAMES DAVID WORD Memphis 

DOROTHY WORKMAN Fayetteville 

HANSEL WORLEY Palmer 

Eighth Row: 

MARION ANN WORTHAM Chapel Hill 

BOBBY WRATHER Lenoir City 

PATSY WRIGHT Rock Island 

PATSY WRIGHT Shelbyville 

REBA WYNN Nashville 

VICKI LYNN YORK Franklin 

Ninth Row: 

WILLIAM C. YORK Nashville 

JANE YOUNG Dayton 

LINDA C. YOUNG KnoxvIIle 

PAM ZIMMERMAN Winchester 

JOHN ZIMMERMANN Hermitage 




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EDITORS NOTE 



Surely one mind and one pair of hands could never put together a yearbook. It 
takes the determination of many people to tackle a pile of empty envelopes, layout 
sheets, pictures and uncomposed copy and transform them into a bound volume. We 
on the MIDLANDER Staff have fought deadlines, budgets, and indifference to try 
and please everybody in our representation of the year 1967-68. You now have the 
result of our work, and it Is for you to decide just how successful we have been. 

Any measure of success would have been impossible without the faithful assistance 
of a hard-working, long-suffering staff and my most sincere thanks go to each of you. 
To Dr. Homer Pittard, Mr. John Benson, Mr. Joe Smith, Nancy hielberg, and every- 
one else who aided in the development and production of the '68 MIDLANDER— 
Thank you! 

I hope that in years to come, you will look back through these pages and be proud 
of the memories which they hold. 




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Cosmetics by 
Revlon 
Marcelle 
Max Factor 



Phone 893-9326 



Murfreesboro, Tenn. 



Rutherford Farmers Cooperative 



CO-OP 



Feed I Oil and Grease 

Seed Tires 

Fertilizer Hardware 

Murfreesboro — Eagleville — Woodbury 



LAMBS GRILL 

^^ Quick Service'^ 
East Main Street 

893-9890 



KENWIN 



Mercury Plaza Shopping Center 



896-1984 



Compliments of 



GIBSON'S 



Discount Center 



'Where you always buy the best for less. 




Davis 
'Cee Bee' 




FOOD STORES 



Groceries — Meat — Produce 

East Main and Tenn. Blvd. 




Dramatic Arts Building 



MELSON CONTRACTORS 

Spells 
Progress at MTSU 

on the campus since 1949 




Hi-Rise Dorm 




New Science Building 




Clement Hall 




Felder HaU 



HBIHii^nBHP I 




MULLINS 
JEWELRY 




The Little Store with the Big Welcome 

KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS 
GOTHAM WATCHES 
WATCH REPAIRING 

J. H. Mullins — Owner 

893-8403 
19 S. Side Sq. Murfreesb 



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Jackson Heights Plaza ■ Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37130 



L. FERRELL HOLLOWAY 
Manager 



Flowers for Every Occasion 

Day Phone 893-7134 
Night Phones 893-4607—893-2307 

105-107 West College St. 




LWIIiliJlMtg? 



"Quality Building Materials 
for All Purposes" 



Lunnber 
Millwork 



Paint 
Appliances 



Murfreesboro 



H. A. TOOD FURNITURE 

Complete hlome Furnishings 

309 East Main Street 

Murfreesboro 

893-3144 

Kelvinator Appliances 
Motorola T.V. and Radio 



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Jackson hHeights Plaza 



"Where Shopping is so easy" 



893-0451 



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MURFREESBORO 

FEDERAL SAVINGS 

& LOAN ASSO. 

Insured Savings 

and 
Mortgage Loans 

I 14 W. College Street 
893-2 174 



BATEY'S 

TYPEWRITERS AND CAMERAS 

Distributor of Royal 
Portable, Standard, Electrics 

309 S. Spring St. 
893-8552 

Typewriter and adding machine rentals 



Compliments of 



GOOD^^^EAR 



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GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 

GOODYEAR TIRES AND 
G. E. APPLIANCE HEADQUARTERS 



201 S. Maple Street 



893-9375 



COMMERCE 




David Mathis and Colleen Powell find >a\ing money a pleasure — especially at Commerce Union Bunk. 



Member of 
F.D.IC. 

& 
F.R.C. 



MUTUAL OF NEW YORK 

Life — Accident and Sickness — Hospitalization 

Murfreesboro Bank BIdg. Phone 893-3933 

Murfreesboro, Tenn. 





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893-4084 



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Phone TW 3-1740 


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407-421 E. Vine St. 



Murfreesboro 
Pure Milk Co. 

"Quality Controlled 
Dairy Foods" 

Phone 893-3810 




Underwood Typewriters • Underwood-Olivetti Adding Machines 
Accounting Machines • Office Supplies and Furniture 

Sales and Service 



OFFICE DUTFITTERS 




UNDERWOOD 



Murfreesboro, Tennessee 
Phone: TW 3-1808 



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REGAL 
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'Home of the Charburger' 

8 I I Northwest Broadway 
893-9665 






Jackson Motel 



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Travelers 
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U. S. Highway 41 and 70 

Murfreesboro 

893-5290 



Air Conditioning — Swimming — 
Circulating Ice Water 



Dickson's Hardware & Marine 

Broad and Vine 
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37130 



-^ Johnson Motors ^ 

• Crosby 

• Larson 

• Boston Whaler 

• Cherokee 




893-8332 



WOLFE'S 



On the Square 



Downtown 



SOUTHERN FURNITURE 



Murfreesboro, Tennessee 



214 N. Maple 



893-0444 



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BURGER BROIL 



Jackson Heights Plaza 



Tel. 893-7593 





Jackson Heights Shopping Center 

Specializing in Apparel for the College Man 

McGregor, Arrow, and Van Heusen Shirts and Sportswear 

Kuppenheimer and Botany "500" Clothing 

In Suits and Sports Coats 

Knox — Levi — Florsheim — Hickok — McGregor — Munsingwear — Fa rah 





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Charles Moudy, Owner 

The Prescription Store 

E. Side Sguare 





"Hyatt First In Hospitality" 

MOTEL 
MURFREESBORO 

A HYATT LODGE 

I 50 N. W. Broad St.— U. S. Hwy. 4 I 
893-2100 







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MEN'S SHOP 



I 19 N. Walnut 



Downtown 



Bass Weejuns — Sero Shirts 

Cox Moore Imported Sweaters 

Raewin Clothes 

893-4072 



Hoover Paint Store 


Picture Frames 


Paint 


Glass 


107 W. Lytle St. 893-5756 



GILBERT McCLANAHAN 



General Contractor 



510 Memorial Blvd. 



893-5612 



Dine Here . . . 

AL SULLIVANS 



Nashville Highway 
Murfreesboro 



STICKNEY & GRIFFIS 

Prescription Druggists 
Russell Stover Candies 



893-4682 



Murfreesboro 



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Serving — 

Murfreesboro 

915 N. Tenn. Blvd. 

893-5151 

and 

Smyrna 

304 Dixie Hwy. 

459-3254 



YOUR PAST 
BELONGS 
IN YOUR 
PRESENT 




■ A John Roberts College Ring is the representation of your college achievement. 

■ It is your visual diploma, your proud symbol of educational achievement at Middle 
Tennessee State University. 

This special Alumni Ring with a plastic back 
costs only $44.00 in yellow gold, and $49.00 in white gold. 

A $7.00 deposit sent to the Middle Tennessee State University 
Bookstore at Murfreesboro will guarantee 
four week shipment of the ring you select. 



WHEN ORDERING, PLEASE SPECIFY: Finger size, degree received, year graduated, color of 
stone, color of gold, and initials to be engraved. 




RUTHERFORD 

COUNTY 
SALUTES 




James V. Threet 
Rutherford Co. Judge 



Rutherford County salutes MTSU 
because it is proud of the progress 
MTSU has made in the city, in edu- 
cation, and on its campus. MTSU 
plays a vital part of Rutherford 
County's economic and social 
growth — for this we are proud. 





Bob McNary 



Ed Delbridge 



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STUDIOS 



Portraits 
Candids — Frames 



Studio Hours 
Mon.-Fri. 8:30 to 5:30 
Saturday 8:30 till Noon 

893-8922 



Serving Murfreesboro Since 1947 




Mary Blevins 



Sam Causey 



ZALES JEWELER'S 



Mercury Plaza Shopping Center 



896-2561 




Sue Matthews tells Max Cover that 
diamonds are a girl's best friend. 



L. L. POE CONTRACTORS 




A much welcomed face on campus is the new Student Union Building biiih by L. L. Poe Contractors. 



''America's New Riding Habit'' 

MOTORCYCLES 



Repairs 

Parts 

Trades 




• Sales 

• Service 

• Used 
Machines 



"You meet the nicest people on a Honda." 

896-0335 



Cti>u;ell 



MOTORCYCLE SALES 

New Nashville Hwy.— Hwy. 41 & 70 S. 
Murfreesboro 



LANCER 

CREATIVE 
ART AND 
PRINTING 



216 S. Spring 



Murfreesboro 



893-4782 
893-1433 



Qlestem 

...the family store 



CATALOG 
ORDER 

CErslXER 



Jackson Heights 
893-4645 

218 W. Main 
893-2124 

Murfreesboro 



CLYDE WHITE REALTY & 
AUCTION COMPANY 

"Serving Middle Tennessee" 

N. M. Krutsinger — L. Clyde White 

Jim Black— E. E. Miller, Sr. 

893-1700 



MURFREESBORO 
FREIGHT LINE 

421 W. Burton • 893-2373 
Murfreesboro 



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Your Quality Jeweler for Over 36 Years 



Murfreesboro 



893-1833 



Village Equate 

Located next to Davis Cee Bee 

Open Nights — Monogramming 
I 150 E. Main 



DEHOFF 

PUBLICATIONS 

Genuine Engravied 
Wedding Invitations 
Books— Gifts— Bibles 



— Twenty-five years of 
Golden Rule Service — 



749 N.W. Broad • 893-8322 



Citif Ca^e 



Home Cooked Food 



'Where the College Kids Meet' 



893-1303 
107 E. Main Street 




THE SOUTH'S LARGEST HOME FURNISHERS 



315 W. Main Street 



893-0980 



Murfreesboro, Tennessee 



TAKE HOME 



KERN'S 

Bread 



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530 West Burton St. 
Murfreesboro 

893-2200 



'Tou will find it from 
six to eight hours fresher" 



JACKSON HEIGHTS SHOPPING CENTER 

"One Stop Shopping" 




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Shopping Center 



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*Poor Boy Sandwich 

PEPE'S PIZZA 

Real Italian Food 
Old Fashion Italian Spaghetti 

We deliver to dorms 

College Heights — 893-0084 



ADVERTISERS 

help make 

this year book 

possible 

SUPPORT THEM 



ROSES STORES, INC. 



Mercury Plaza 




102 E. Vine St. 



&)fflahi(^hop 



'Everything in Music" 




896-0640 



Sue Matthews 
tells Brian 
Oldfield and 
Dusty Hughes 
that it is 
convenient 
to shop 
at Roses. 



893-4241 



AI Frazier and Linda Consagra find all the 
recent records at the Music Shop. 



BOOSTERS 

Sherwin Williams — Jackson Plaza 

Haynes Bros. Candy— 401 W. Lytle 

Graber's — Mercury Plaza 



Support uour 

M. T. S. U. 



Alumni Association 



MILLER 

INSURANCE AGENCY 

General Insurance 

MURFREESBORO, 
TENNESSEE 

102 N. Spring— 893-6893 



HUDDLESTON & JONES 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

General Insurance 

228 S. Church 

Chamber of Commerce Building 



Fine Women's Clothing 

oDuuid S^nop6 

Mercury Plaza— 893-4583 
Jackson Heights— 893-5063 



PITTS 

& 
DURHAM 
REALTY 

& 
AUCTION 

Murfreesboro 

893-2651 
215 N. Church 



DON'S 

Kitchen 
Korner 



Full Meals 
Short Orders 

Menus Varied 
Daily 

125 N. Maple 
893-9846 




MTSU stiulenls make eating at Bonanza a habit. 



BONANZA 



Sirloin Pit 



MERCURY PLAZA 



893-2032 



L & M 
CAFE 



Home Cooked 
Meals 



"The Place Where 

College Students 

Meet." 



125 S. Church St. 
893-9850 



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TOMMY'S 

ESSO 
SERVICE 

Road Service 

hiighway 4 I and 70 S. 
893-7339 

Open 24 Hours 



MARTINDAIE 
BROTHERS 
BUILDERS 



I 5 Bridge Ave. 



893-7535 



Murfreesboro 



TAXI TAXI 

TAXI 

SAF-T-CAB CO. 

Prompt — Courteous — Service 



212 N. Maple St. 



893-4024 



CINDERELLA'S 
HOUSE OF BEAUTY 



• Parking 

• I 2 Operators 



893-1614 



893-8581 



NEXT TO FULLER FOODS 



DAVIDSON'S 

INSURANCE 

AGENCY 

Automobile — Homeowners — 

Fire — Theft — Marine — Bonds 

Accident — Workmen's 

Compensation — Liability 

Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

893-8090 
220 East College Street 



893-5044 


One Hour Service 


KEEN 


KLEANERS 




and Car Wash 


"One 


block from Campus" 


East M 


ain At College Heights 



Stanley Leverette Realty Co. 

Chamber of pflLpi MURFREESBORO 

Commerce Bidg. r M jil/ TENNESSEE 

Commercial Property 

Lots Farms Homes 

N. W. Broad St. 893-5434 



PASTIME BILLIARD 
PARLOR 



" 19 Tables to Serve You" 



14 South Maple 



893-9915 



MURFREESBORO 



JAMES 
K. 

POLK 
HOTEL 



...An 

Ingram Cunningham 
Hotel 



Air Conditioned 
Coffee Shop 

and 
Guest Rooms 



BINFORD MOTOR CO. 


COMET 


FORD MERCURY 


Sales 


Service 




755 N. W. Broad 


Murfreesboro, Tennessee 




893-4121 



PHARMEX 

REXALL 

DRUGS 

Luncheonette — Prescriptions — 
Cosmetics — Free Delivery 



19 S.E. Broad 



896-0393 



MURFREESBORO 



MARTIN 

THEATRES 



Serving M. T. S. U. with . . . 



THE MARTIN 

JACKSON HEIGHTS SHOPPING CENTER 



THE PRINCESS 

DOWNTOWN MURFREESBORO 



THE MARBRO DRIVE-IN 

NEW NASHVILLE HI-WAY 



the city of MURFREESBORO 

congratulates MTSU 

for growtli and progress 




The tearing down of Murfree Hall on MTSU's campus made way for progress in the construction of an office- 
classroom complex. 



ROTC ALUMNI FIND THE 





"My advanced ROTC courses at MTSU pre- 
pared nie to accept the responsibilities of 
my highly challenging job." — 2nd Ll. Bryan 
T. Lifsey — Vietnam 



Lt. Lifsey and Sgl. E-5 Eberhart, commcen trick chief, discuss the correct handling of a 
message which just came in over the teletype circuit. 







"Much of my respect and devotion to the army stems from 
the excellent training I received from the ROTC Department 
at MTSU." — Captain Edward G. Alexander — Vietnam 




2nd Lt. William H. 
schooling at MTSU, 
Adjutant. 



-Fort Hoo<l, Texas — "Because of my 
prepared to fulfill my duties as S-1, 





ARMY CHALLENGING 




"Nowhere else can an individual graduating 
from college advance in position and oppor- 
liinity than an individual with a commission 
in the U. S. Army." 1st Lt. John C. Smith — 
Okinawa 




"We would like to be able to reach high calibre 
students who might like to get into the advanced 
ROTC program and an Army career," says Captain 
Paul S. Hodges. Captain Hodges, MTSU ROTC 
instructor, asked several of the ROTC Depart- 
ment's most successful recent alumni to tell students 
at MTSU just how much their ROTC training has 
meant to them. 

2nd Lt. Bryan T. Lifsey ('67) is in the signal corp 
at Long Binh, Vietnam. Captain Edward S. Alex- 
ander ('65) is working with psychological operations, 
civic action, and civic affairs In Vietnam. I st Lt. John 
Furgess, Jr., graduate of 1965, says, "The culmina- 
tion of all my ROTC training, both classroom and 
summer camp, is found here In Vietnam. Quite 
definitely, I feel I benefited greatly fro'm the pro- 
fessional and dedicated ROTC staff at MTSU. The 
fundamentals of map reading and communications 
which I received in the Advanced Courses at 
MTSU continue to help me today to do a better 
job for the people we support — the 198th Infantry 
Brigade." 

Regardless of what your future plans may be, 
ROTC training and military experience will help you 
gain experience and leadership. 




1st Lt. John C. Smith receives the 
Green Tabs of Command from his 
retiring Battery Commander and 
the Battery Commander. 



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400 North Church Street • P.O. Box 675 
MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE 37130 



Telephones: 



Office 893-2369 
Residence 893-1693 



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SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



ABLES, CHERYLE SUZANNE; B.S., Business Education: SNEA; Delta 
Phi Gamma Sorority. 

ADAIR. VIRGINIA LEE: B.S.. Elementary Education: SNEA. 
ADCOCK, MARILYN ANNE: B.S.. Biology: Rodeo Club, Treasurer: 
Rodeo Club Sweetheart; Beta, Beta, Beta; Alptia Mu Gamma. Kappa 
Delta Pi; Cumberland Presbyterian Church Group. 

AGAN. JOSEPH MICHAEL; B.S., Business Education; SNEA; Newman 
Club. 

ALDERSON, PAMELA ELAINE; B.S., Business Education; SNEA 
Gamma Beta Phi; Pi Omeqa Pi. 

ALEXANDER, LANA DOLORES; B.S., English; Gamma Beta Phi: PI 
<appa Delta, Vice-President: Debate Squad; SNEA. 
ALEXANDER, SUSAN BROWN; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA 
Chorus, BSU. 

ALLEN, CHERYL FRANCES; B.S.. History; Tau Omlcron; PI Gamma 
Mu; Alpha Phi Gamma; Alpha Mu Gamma, House of Representatives; 
Newman Club, Secretary. Who's V/ho; German Club: SNEA; Newman 
Club; Young Republicans: Sidelines, Editor; Socratlcs. 
ALLEN, RUSSELL H.: B.S.. Business Administration. 

ALLEN, WANDA SHARON: B.S., Finence; BSU; Alpha Gamma Phi 
Sorority; Accounting Society. 

ANDERSON, LAWRENCE ORBERY; B.A., English; Track and Sabre 
Club; Gamma Beta Phi. 

ANDREWS, NORMA JEAN; B.S.. Mathematics; Tau Omlcron; Dean's 
List; Ralderette Rifle Team; Church of Christ Group: Mathematics 
Club. 

ANDREWS, WANDA LOUISE: B.S., Elementary Education; Gamma 
Beta Phi; SNEA: Kappa Delta PI. 

ARMS, CAROLYN DAVIS; B.S., Health. Physical Education, and Rec- 
reation; Gymnastics Club; Women's Athletic Association; Physical 
Education Club; Sociology Club; ASB Correspondence Committee and 
Handbook Committee: SNEA. 
ARMSBURY, RANDALL BYRON: B.S., History. 

ARMSTRONG, JeVENA; B.S., Pre-Med.; Miss Midlander; Selected Miss 
Photogenic In Miss Tennessee Pageant; Cheerleader, Co-Captain; ASB 
School Spirit Committee and Social Committee: Alpha Gamma Phi 
Sorority. Pledge Mistress; Booster Club; German Club: Chemistry Club: 
Class Beauty Wesley Foundation: Biology Club: Young Democrats: 
Honorable Member of Track and Sabre Club. 
ARNOLD. JAMES WENDEL; B.S.. Agriculture. 

ARNOLD, LLOYD BAXTER; B.S.. Social Science: Sigma Delta Zeta 
Fraternity; ASB Representative; Tau Sigma; SNEA; BSU; Track and 
Sabre Club. 

ARP, BENNIE ROBERT: B.S.. Marketing; Varsity Football Team; T-Club: 
American Marketing Association. 

ASHTON. ROBERT HAYES; B.S., Accounting; Accounting Society, 
President; Sigma Club; Delta Mu Delta, Dean's List. 
ASLINGER, NADINE LOUISE: B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; BSU. 
AUSTIN, CLAUDE EUGENE: B.S., Business; Pi Sigma Epsilon, Treasurer. 
AYERS, LINDA ANN CHESNUTT; B.S., Elementary Education; MID- 
LANDER; SNEA: ASB. 

BAILEY, LESLIE RAY; B.S., Agriculture: Block and Bridle Club; Biology 
Club, Booster Club. 

BAKER, DAVID EDWARD, JR.; B.A., Industrial Management: Industrial 
Arts Club, Vice-President. 

BALDWIN, JERALD WAYNE; B.S., General Business; Sam Davis Rifles 
Drill Team, Track and Sabre Club; Advanced ROTC Corps. 
BALTIMORE. WALTER HAYNES; B.S., Industrial Management 
BANCROFT. RONALD KINGSLEY; B.S., Mathematics; Sam Davis Drill 
Team, Commander; Track and Sabre Club; Chi Alpha Pi Fraternity; 
Mathematics Club; Circle K. 

BANNISTER. JAMES WILLIAM; B.S., Marketing. 

BARKER. CHARLES LAWRENCE: B.A., Chemistry; Alpha PsI Omega, 
Stage Manager: Pi Kappa Delta, Treasurer; Gamma Beta Phi; Die 
Deutschen Kameraden; Buchanan Players: Debate Squad: Sidelines; 
Booster Club; Chemistry Club; Inter-fraternity Council; ASB Supreme 
Court, Associate Justice. Chief Justice: Class Treasurer: Sigma Delta 
Zeta Fraternity. Treasurer. 
BARKER, DAVID FRANK: B.S., Accounting. 

BARNETT, PAUL REED; B.S., Physical Education; T-Club; Football. 
BARRETT, BARBARA GEORGENE; B.S., Secretarial Admimstratlon: Tau 
Sigma: Ralderette Rifle Team. 

BARRETT, NANCY JEAN; B.S., Home Economics: Kappa Omlcron 
Phi, Corresponding Secretary: Distaff Reoorter, 1st Vice-President: 
SNEA: BSU; Home Economics Club. 
BARRETT. RIDLEY M.: B.S.. Physical Education 

BARRIER. JIMMY GLEN; B.S.. Markellng; American Marketing Asso- 
ciation, Vice-President; Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Sgt. at Arms- Booster 
Club: Intramurals. 

BAUMSTARK, MICHAEL PAUL; B.S.. Political Science- Sigma Delta 
Zeta Fraternity: SNEA; BSU. 

BAWCUM, JUDITH DIANNE; B.S., Physical Education; P. E. Club: 
WAA; House of Representatives; Delta Pi Delta Sorority, Chaplain 
and Vice-President; ASB Cabinet; Secretary of Correspondence: ASB 
Screening Committee; Dorm Officer; Booster Club: Intramurals: Most 
Popular. 

BAXTER. LELA BEATRICE; B.S., Elementary Education; Cheerleader; 
Booster Club: SNEA. 

BEAVERS, JAMES EDWARD; B.S.. Agricultural and Business: Block and 
Bridle Club: Collegiate 4-H Club, President; Track and Sabre Club; 
Delta Tau Alpha, 2nd Vice-President. 



BEAZLEY, WILLIAM DAVID; B.S., Chemistry; Chemfstry Club. 
BEERNINK, MERILYN; B.S., Accounting; Who's Who; Accounting So- 
ciety; Delta Mu Delta: Delta Omlcron, Historian; Dean's List; Treble 
Chorale. 

BELL, JUDI WILLIAMS; B.S., Physical Education; Gamma Beta Phi; 
SNEA. Physical Education Club; Booster Club; ASB Senior Class Sena- 
tor: Delta Phi Gamma Sorority. 

BELL, WILLIAM C: B.S.. Political Science: Phi Epsilon Fraternity; 
Circle K; Pre-Law Club; Sgt. at Arms of Junior Class; Buchanan 
Players. 

BENNETT, KENNA GENE: B.S.. Elementary Education. 
BETHEL, PATRICIA ANN; B.5.. Business Education; Treble Chorale; 
Pi Omega Pi: Kappa Delta Pi; Booster Club; SNEA. 
BILBREY, KENNETH WAYNE; B.S., Industrial Arts; Epsilon Pi Tau; 
SNEA: Track and Sabre Club. 

BIRD, TERRY CORNELIUS; B.S.. Mathematics; Sigma Tau Omega Fra- 
ternity, President: Sam Davis Rifles Team; ASB Big Name Entertain- 
ment Committee; Disciples of Christ Church Group; Buchanan Players, 
Treasurer; Alpha Psl Omega. 

BIVENS, PATRICIA KAYE; B.S., Physical Education; Women's Athletic 
Association; Physical Education Club: SNEA; Intramurals; Best Intra- 
mural Woman Athlete. 

BLACK. CAROLE: B.A., Spanish; Spanish Club. President. 
BLACK, JON HOWARD; B.S., Marketing; Pi Sigma Epsilon, President, 
Top Salesman In "Success Seminar"; American Marketing Association; 
ASB Representative; Church of Christ Group; Economics and Finance 
Club: College Young Democratics; Boosters Club; Intercollegiate Busi- 
ness Game and Conference Participant. 

BLACK, MELVIN EUGENE; B.S., Theatre; Who's Who; Dean's List; 
ASB Vice-President, Speaker of the House; Junior, Sophomore, and 
Freshman Senator; Young Republicans Club, Vice-President and Presi- 
dent; Alpha Psl Omega President; Concert Choir; Band of Blue; Var- 
sity Choir; Buchanan Players; Sigma Tau Omega, Tribune, Chaplain; 
Track and Sabre Club. 

BLAIKIE, MARY KATHERINE; B.S.. History; Pi Gamma Mu; Dean's 
List. 

BLANKENSHIP, T. KENNETH; B.S., Marketing; PI Sigma Epsilon Schol- 
arship Recipient: Dean's List: Who s Who; Sigma Club, President; Pi 
Sigma Epsilon, Secretary; Marketing Team; Delta Mu Delta; BSU; 
Most Outstanding. 

BLEECHER, JAMES MICHAEL; B.S.. Physical Education; Physical Edu- 
cation Club, President. 

BLEVINS, MARGARET ANN; B.S., English; Tau Omlcron. 
BOOHER, JOHN PAUL; B.S., Mathem.atics; Physical Education Club; 
Intramurals: Summer Talent Shows. 

BOWERS, MICHAEL WAYNE; B.S., General Business; Football Team; 
Chi Alpha Pi Fraternity. 

BOWLING. LAURA BELLE: B.S., Biology; Sigma Delta Zeta Fraternity 
Sweetheart: Biology Club, 

BOYCE, WANDA BRYAN; B.5., Elementary Education- SNEA 
BOYD, DOYLE A., JR.; B.S.. General Business; Phi Epsilon Fraternity; 
Sam Davis Drill Team. 

BREEDING, DONALD M.; B.S., General Business. 
BRIMM, RICHARD A.; B.S., Marketing. 

BRITT, SUSAN BRYAN; B.S., Elementary Education; Women's Recrea- 
tional Association; Physical Education Club, Intramurals, SNEA; Delta 
Pi Delta, Standards Committee. 

BROWN, GERRY DELANE; B.S., Business Education; Booster Club; 
College Young Democrats: National Collegiate Association for Secre- 
taries. 

BROWN. LINDA GAIL; B.S., Business Education; SNEA; Senate Secre- 
tary; ASB Correspondence Committee; Delta Pi Delta Sorority. 
BRYAN, JOHN THOMPSON: B.S., Music: Band of Blue; Sacred Harp 
Singers; Varsity Choir; Concert Choir. President; Phi Mu Alpha. Secre- 
tary, Treasurer; MENC. 

BRYAN, PHILLIP WAYNE: B.S.. Chemistry; Chemistry Club- Biology 
Club. 

BUCKNER, BRENDA ANN; B.S., Business Education; PI Omega Pi, 
Treasurer; National Collegiate Association for Secretaries, President: 
Kappa Delta Pi; Dean's List. 

BUGBEE, MARY JANE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; ASB So- 
cial Committee. 

BULLINGTON, BETTYE IRENE; B.S., Elementary Education- Kappa 
Delta Pi: SNEA. 

BURDEN, ELVIS WAYNE: B.S., Chemistry; Chemistry Club 
BURROUGH, JANNETTE MARIE; B.S.. Sociology; Chorus; Varsity 
Choir; Sacred Harp: Westminster Fellowshio, Moderator 
BURT, ROBERT C; B.S., Business Administration 
BURTON, FRANKLIN LEWIS: B.S., Industrial Management 
BURTON, LYNDA LEE: B.S.. Elementary Education; Biology Club- 
Spanish Club: SNEA. 

BUTLER. RICHARD L.; B.S., Biology: Sam Davis Drill Team; SNEA: 
Biology Club; Sigma Delta Zeta Fraternity, Secretary 
CADY. DAVID T.; B.S., Physical Education; Physical Education Club 
CAFFY, WILLIAM ELMER; B.S., Industrial Technology 
CALHOUN, JONNA LU- B S , History 

CALL, BRENDA CAROL: B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi, Sec- 
retary; Tau Omlcron; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Gamma Phi Sorority, 
Recording Secretary; MIDLANDER; SNEA- Dorm Officer 
CAMPEELL, ANNA BEE; B.S., Secretarial Administration' 
CAMPBELL, GEORGE G.; B.S., Elementary Education; Track and Sabre 
Club. 



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CAMPBELL, MALA PAULETTE; B.S., Business Education: Pi Omega Pi: 

CAMPBELL, SHARYN ELI5E: B.S., Muthematics: Church of Christ 
Group: Mathennatics Club: Spelunkers Club. 
CANTRELL, DIANNA FAYE: B.S., Social Science. 

CANTRELL. SANDRA ELAINE: B.S., Biology: Rifle Teann, Buchanan 
Players: Alpha Psi Omega: Wesley Foundation. 
CANTRELL, SHIRLEY JEAN: B.S., Elementary Education. 
CAPLENOR. HOWARD KENNEY: B.S., Physical Education: Football: 
T-Club: House of Representatives. 

GARDEN, BOBBIE JEAN: B.S., Elementdry Education: SNEA. 
CARMACK, DONALD EDWARD: B.S., Marketing. 
CARMICHAEL, JERRY: B.S., Industrial Technology: Veterans Club. 
CARTE LINDA FELTON: B.S., Elemen.ary Education: SNEA. 
CARTER, HOWARD DOEHLER: B.S., Industrial Management: Epsilon 
Pi Tau: Industrial Arts Club, Secretary: Track and Sabre Club: Veterans 
Club: Lutheran Church GrouD. 

CARTER, JAMES DARRIS: B.S., Industrial Management. 
CARVER, KElTH SHAW: B.S., Physical Education: Physical Education 
Club. 

CASSADY, MARY ELIZABETH: B.S., Elementary Education. 
CASSETTY, THOMAS TARDY: B.S., Marketing: American Marketing 
Association, Vice-President: Veterans Club: Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
CATHEY, JAMES PRESTON: B.S.. Physical Education: SNEA: Physical 
Education Club: Freshmen Basketball. 
CHENARD, GERARD: B.S., Social Science. 

CHITWOOD, THEODORE CHARLES: B.S., Accounting: Chi Alpha Pi 
Fraternity: Alpha Kappa Psi: Accounting Society. 

CLARK, FORREST SHELTON: B.S., Hisrory: Pi Gamma Mu: American 
Military History Award: BSU, Mission Chairman. Vice-President: Stu- 
dent Christian Union, Vice-President: Sigma Club. 

CLARK, SUE DAVIS: B.S., Home Economics: BSU: Home Economics 
Club: Student Christian Union. 

CLARK, VIRGINIA GAYLE: 8.S., Home Economics: Home Economics 
Club: Booster Club. 

CLAXTON, GEORGE WAYNE: B.S., Industrial Arts: Footb_all Team, 
Alt. Captain: Track. 

CLAY, CAROLYN DIANE: B.S.. Geography: Booster Club: Kappa Tau 
Delta Sorority, Historian: ASB Correspondence Committee: SNEA. 
CLAYBORNE. GARY ALTON: B.S., Biology: Sgt. At Arms of the 
Senior Class: Advanced ROTC: Biology Club: Rifle Team: House of 
Representatives: ASB Election Committee. 

CLOUSE, GAYLA ELAINE: B.S., Home Economics: Home Economics 
Club: Church of Christ Group: SNEA. 
COATES, JOHN THOMAS: B.S., Chemistry. 
COCHRAN, JOSEPH MARTIN: B.S., Art. 

COLEMAN, MARTHA KAY: B.S., Office Administration: BSU: Booster 
Club. 

COLEMAN. MARY BENTON: B.S., Elementary Education: Delta Pi 
Delta Sorority: SNEA: Dorm Officer: ASB Representative. 
COLLINS, EDDIE JOE: B.S., Mathematics: Church of Christ Group: 
Mathematics Club: Veterans Club: Intramurals: SNEA. 
COLLINS. JEANIE KAY: B.A.. Sociology: Pi Gamma Mu: Tau Sigma: 
Booster Club: ASB Correspondence Committee: Delta Pi Delta Sorority: 
liter-Sorority Council. 1st Vice-President: Chi Alpha PI Fraternity 
Sweetheart Court. 

CONNELLY, ELAINE: B.S., Secretarial Administration: Treble Chorale. 
COOK, DAVID CROSS: B.S., Geography: Sigma Club: Pi Gamma Mu: 
Who's Who. 

COOK, JUANITA JUNE: B.S., Mathematics: Tau Omicron: Kappa 
Delta Pi: Gamma Beta Phi: SNEA: Math Club. 

COOK, LINDA GREER: B.S.. Music: Sacred Harp Singers: Varsity 
Choir: Delta Omicron: MENC, Vice-President: Concert Choir, Secre- 
tary: Treble Chorale: Church of Christ Group: Buchanan Players: WAA. 
COOK, PAUL E.: B.S., Physical Education. 

COOK, WILLIAM JOHN: B.S., Physical Education: Basketball Man- 
ager: Cumberland Presbyterian Group: Physical Education Club: 
Booster Club: Track and Sabre Club: T-Club. 
COOPER, JAMES EVANS: B.S., Geography. 

COOPER, MARSHA ANN: B.S., Secretarial Administration: Tau Omi- 
cron: Church of Christ Group, Secretary. 

COPE, JANET MARLENE: B.S., Home Economics and Sociology: Dean's 
List: Kappa Tau Delta Sorority, Pledge Mistress: Inter-Sorority Coun- 
cil: PI Gamma Mu: Home Economics Club: Booster Club: ASB Fresh- 
man Activities: ROTC Sponsor. 

COPE, JUDITH ANN; B.S., Physical Education: WAA: Physical Edu- 
cation Club: ASB Social Committee; 4-H Club: Home Economics 
Club; ASB Corresponding Committee: Booster Club: SNEA; BSU. 
COPELAND, THOMAS WELSH; B.S., Industrial Management- Epsilon 
Pi Tau; Industrial Arts Club. 
CORDER, SUSAN MARIE; B.S., Social Science. 

CORNETT, BARBARA SUE; B.S.. Physical Education; Physical Educa- 
tion Club: Women's Recreation Association; SNEA. 
COTTER, CHARLES ALOYSIUS; B.S., Chemistry; Alpha Mu Gamma; 
Westminster Fellowship. Moderator; Treasurer for Westminster Fellow- 
ship Synod of Tennessee; Chemistry Club, Executive Committee, Pub- 
licity Chairman; Band of Blue; Track and Sabre Club; Forrest Raiders; 
House of Representatives: German Club. 
COULTER, BYRON LUTHER; B.S., Industrial Management; Epsilon PI 



Tau- Boosters Club; Social Committee: Church of Christ Group; Track 
and' Sabre Club: Dorm Council; College Young Republicans. 
COVINGTON, JOYCE ELAINE; B.S., Business Education: Pi Omega 
Pi Vice-President: House of Representatives: Kappa Delta Pi, His- 
torian- Dean's List; SNEA; Tau Omicron; BSU. 

COX, LARRY GIBBS; B.S., Political Science; Pre-Law Society; Triton 
Club;' Intramurals. 

COX LINDA KAYE; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA. 
CRABTREE, MARGARET CAROL: B.S., English. 

CRAFTON, WILLIAM FISHER: B.S., Animal Science; Delta Tau Alpha; 
Biology Club. 

CRAVEN, JAMES WILLIAM: B.S., Business Management: Alpha Kappa 
Psi- Cumberland Presbyterian Group. 
CROOKS. JESSE GOLDMAN; B.S., Marketing. 

CROSSLIN, ROBERT CLARK; B.S., Mathematics and Computer Sci- 
ence- Sigma Club; Mathematics Club. 

CROWDER, LEE OLLEN; B.S., Marketing; American Marketing Asso- 
ciation: Band of Blue. ^^ , n- 
CROWELL, CAROL LEE; B.S., English; Tau Omicron; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Alpha Mu Gamma: Republican Club; Dorm Council. 
CROWNOVER, DENNIS LEE: B.S., Business Administration; ROIC 
Commendation Award; Sam Davis Drill Team; Track and Sabre Club; 
Booster Club. , ^ ^ . 
CUMMINGS, PATRICIA LYNN; B.A., English; Tau Omicron; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Dean's List; French Club, Treasurer, President: Booster Club: 
SNEA; MIDLANDER; Delta Phi Gamma Sorority. 
CUMMINGS, SARA EDMUNDSON: B.S., Food Science & Nutrition. 
CUMMINS, NANCY PATTERSON: B.S., Home Economics: Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 

CURTIS, SANDRA LEA; B.S., Sociology: BSU; SNEA; Booster Club. 
DAFFRON. PATRICIA ANN; B.S., Elementary Education. 
DANIEL, BENJIMAN HARRIS: B.S., History; Pi Gamma Mu. 
DAUGHTRY, GEORGIA LEE; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Tau 
Delta, Treasurer: Booster Club; SNEA. 

DAUGHTREY, JOHN CALVIN; B.S., Industrial Management: Tau 
Sigma; Epsilon Pi Tau: Industrial Aits Club. 
DAVIS, JOE WAYNE: B.S., Industrial Management. 
DAVIS. MARTHA FRANCES: B.S., Mathematics; Math Club. 
DAVIS, MICHAELL DWAIN; B.S., Business Education. 
DAVIS. RICHARD CLAYTON; B.S., General Business: Alpha Kappa 
Psi. 

DAVIS, RONALD TERRY; B.S., Physical Education; Physical Education 
Club; Booster Club. 

DAVIS, WAYNE THOMAS; B.S., Biology; Young Democrats; Booster 
Club; SNEA. 

DAWSON, WILLIAM BRADFORD: B.S., General Business. 
DELK, BARBARA ANNE; B.S., Elementary Education: Tau Omicron, 
Publicity Chairman: Kappa Delta Pi; Gamma Beta Phi; Church of 
Christ Group; SNEA; House of Representatives; ASB Social Commit- 
tee: Dorm Officer. 

DEWS. THOMAS DAVID: B.S., Business Administration. 
DICKERSON, MARY ELLEN; B.S., Chemistry and Math; Tau Omicron: 
Chemistry Club, Vice-President, Secreta-y, Treasurer: Gamma Beta Phi; 
Phi Sigma Beta; Dean's List. 

DICKSON, JAMES M.: B.S., Biology: ROTC Scholarship: Military Lead- 
ership Award; Lambda Psi Fraternity, Treasurer; Track and Sabre Club, 
Sgt. of Arms; Circle K; Drill Team; Forrest Raiders. 
DILICK, MAURICE DAVID; B.A.. Physics; Who's Who; Chessnuts Club: 
Chemistry Club: Sigma Club: Socratics; Newman Club: Die Deutschen 
Kameraden; Alpha Mu Gamma; Vice President of Newman Club and 
Alpha Mu Gamma; President of Chessnuts Club. 

DIMMOCK, JANICE JAY; B.S., Biology: Beta Beta Beta, President. 
DINNING, WILLIAM DOUGLASS; B.S., Agriculture; Delta Tau Alpha: 
Block and Bridle Club. 

DISSPAYNE, WILLIAM LEROY; B.S., Business Education. 
DIXON, VALERIA JANE; B.S., Physical Education; Senior Class Treas- 
urer: Women's Recreation Association; Physical Education Club; Booster 
Club: SNEA; Dorm Officer; Intramurals: House of Representatives. 
DODD, CHRISTINE SIMPSON; B.A.. Art; Art Club; Tau Omicron. 
DODD, JOHN ELLSWORTH: B.S., English; Booster Club. 
DODDS, WILLIAM NELSON: B.S., Chemistry. 

DODSON, ALFRED CLYDE: B.A., Sociology: Lutheran Student Associa- 
tion; Die Deutschen Kameraden; University Choir. 

DODSON, JOHN MARTIN; 3.S.. Industrial Arts Education: Who's 
Who: Epsilon PI Tau, President: Industrial Arts Club; SNEA. 
DODSON, JOHNIE LEE; B.S., Home Economics: Home Economics 
Club: Lutheran Student Association. 

DOUGLAS, MARTHA SANE; B.S., Malhematlcs: Kappa Delta Pi, Sec- 
retary; Tau Omicron- Biology Club. 

DUGGAN, SHARON ELIZABETH; B.S., Sociology; Tau Sigma: Alpha 
Phi Gamma, Secretary: Delta PI Delta; Inter-Sorority Council, His- 
torian; Homecoming Attendant: Miss MTSU; MIDLANDER, Business 
Manager. 

DOUGLASS, SHIRLEY E.; B.3., Business Education; Church of Christ 
Group: SNEA; National Collegiate Association of Secretaries. 
DUKE, ALICE FAY; B.S., Elementary Education; Tau Omicron: SNEA; 
Cheerleader; Gamma Beta Phi. 
DUKE, DANNY ALLEN; B.S.. Chemistry. 

DUNCAN. PATRICIA ANN; B.S., Biology: Homecoming Queen. 
Sophomore Class Beauty; Dean's List; Gamma Beta Phi. Vice-President; 
Kappa Delta Pi: Tau Omicron; Lambda Tau. President; Justice Supreme 



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Court- SUSGA Delegate: ASB Social Committee Chairman; Presiden s 
Cabinet: House of Representatives: Inter-Presidents Council: BbU: 
<;CU- SNEA: Buchanan Players: Booster Club: Phi Theta Psi Soronty, 
Court Council: Student Representative Faculty Social Committee: 
Most Outstanding Senior Girl. r , .■ ^^ ' I ■=+• 

DUNLAP, DOUGLAS N., B.S.. Industrial Arts Education: Deans List, 

DUN°N, JERRY R.: B.S., Business Administration; Freshman Basketball: 

Alpha kappa Psi- Lambda Psi. 

DYER, GARY WAYNE: B.S. Biology. 

DYER, SUSAN LYNN TAGGART; B.S., Sociology: Tau Siqma: Ireble 

Chorale; BSU. ^ r^ . ^^ -ii t 

DYER, WILLIAM PRESTON: B.S.. Mathematics: Sam Davis Drill learn: 

Track and Sabre Club. ^ , ,^ r x- □ j 

DY5ART, ROBERT LUTHER; B.S., Marketing; Circle K, Executive Board 
Member; Alpha Kappa Psi, Warden. 
EADS, JOE NEIL; B.S., Physical Education. 

EADS, KERRY LANE; B.S., Agriculture. m . , 

EAKES, RONNIE DALE; B.S., English; Associate Member, National 
Council of Teachers of English. ^ . i ■ . 

EAKIN EDITH CARROL; B.S., Elementary Education; Deans List; 
Honor Roll; SNEA. „■ m u k„ 

EASTER, DONNA JEAN; B.A., English; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Mu 
Gamma- French Club; Alpha Gamma Phi Sorority. 
EDGAR JAMES DONNELL; B.S.. General Business: Alpha Kappa Psi. 
ELAM SANDRA GAIL; B.S., Business Education: Who's Who: Deans 
List: Tau Omicron, Secretary: Pi Omega Pi. Reporter: SNEA, 3rd 
Vice-President; BSU, Corresponding Secretary: Social Chairman of 

SNEA. ^ . r-i L 

ELLIS SHARON SUE: B.S., Home Economics: Home Economics Club: 
Gamma Beta Phi; Tau Omicron; SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Omi- 
cron Phi; Church of Christ Group. 

ENGLAND NANCY LINDA: B.S., Elementary Education; Tau Omi- 
cron: SNEA; Phi Theta Psi Sorority, President: ASB Public Relations 
Committee: BSU. 

ENNETT, LINDA CHARLENE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 
ESSARY, WALTER CORLEW; B.S.. History and Sociology: Sigma Tau. 
President: Pi Gamma Mu. 

EVANS, KATHERINE ANN; B.S., Music Education; Delta Omicron: 
Honors Recital; Dean's List; American Guild of Organist; MENC: 
Sacred Harp: Varsity Choir; Concert Choir. 

EVANS, PATTYE J.; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA; Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 

FAHEY, MICHAEL JOSEPH; B.S., Accounting. 

FANN, JANICE MARIE: B.S., Physical Education; ROTO Sponsor: 
Cheerleader: SNEA; Physical Education Club; Gymnastic Club: Booster 
Club: ASB; Delta Phi Gamma Sorority: Dorm Officer. 
FARMER, SANDRA KAY: B.S., Mathematics; Who's Who: Concert 
Choir: SNEA; BSU; Mathematics Club. 

FEDOR, CATHERINE LAKOWSKI; B.S., Physical Education: Solo in 
Water Show; Triton Club, Secretary; Miss Newmanite: Dean's List: 
Tau Omicron; Gymnastics. 

FELL, JOHANNA LEE; B.S.. Biology: Biology Club: Young Republi- 
cans; ASB: Sidelines. 

FINNEY, JOHN GORDON; B.S., Physical Education: Varsity Baseball; 
T-Club: Physical Education Club. 

FINNEY, LINDA DIANE; B.S., Elementary Education: Tau Omicron; 
Kappa Delta PI; SNEA. 

FIRTH, MELBA ANN; B.S., Social Studies: SNEA. 
FISHER, LEVERNE WOODS; B.S.. Elementary Education. 
FLANDERS, WILLIAM J.; B.S., Accounting: Circle K; Vets Club. 
FLY, FRANK MORRISS; B.S., Political Science; Pi Kappa Delta: Sigma 
Delta Zeta Fraternity: ASB Senate, Assistant to the President, Attorney 
General, Supreme Court Justice: Debate Team; Manager of Basketball 
Team: T-Club: Intramurals; College Young Democrats: Pre-Law So- 
ciety; Track and Sabre Club; Booster Club; Chairman of the Election 
Commission. 

FLYNN. PEGGY LEE: B.S., Elementary Education; Majorette: Home 
Economics Club; Kappa Tau Delta Sorority; Dean's List. 
FORMOSA, CHARLES BENJAMIN; B.S., Business; Phi Epsllon, Treas- 
urer, Parliamentarian; Booster Club. Vice-President: Inter-Fraternity 
Council; Newman Club: Drill Team; ASB Social Committee, Student 
Affairs, School Spirit; Dorm Counselor; Cheerleader. 
FORTE. CAROLYN ANN; B.S., Home Economics; Newman Club, Re- 
cording Secretary; Sidelines. 

FOSTER, EDWARD MARSHALL; B.S., Physical Education; Physical Edu- 
cation Club; Intramurals. 

FOUTCH, LOUIS MARIE; B.S., Elementary Education; Buchanan Play- 
ers: Booster Club: SNEA. 
FOX, FREDDIE WAYNE; B.S., Marketing. 

FOX, NANCY McCOLLOUGH; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA. 
FREEMAN, BEVERLY JANE ANDERSON- B.S., Sociology: BSU: SNEA: 
Tau Sigma. 

FREEMAN, JAMES HOWELL: B.S., English; Sidelines, Sports Editor; 
Vets Club; Track and Sabre Club: BSU. 
FREEZE, PHILIP W.; B,S., Chemistry; Chemistry Club. 
FRENCH, GERTHAL; B.S., Industrial Management. 

FRIEDMAN, JONATHAN M.; B.S., Physical Education: Transfer from 
Illinois Wesleyan University: Sigma Chi Fraternity; Football Team: 
Tennis Team, Captain. 



FULLER DONNA LYNN; B.S.. Physical Education: Physical Education 
Club: Women's Recreation Association, Treasurer; SNEA; Booster Club: 

g^ppNEY, CAROL LYNDA; B.S., English; Tau Sigma, Historian; House 
of Representatives. . „. 

GAITHER, JERRY WADE: B.S.. Indusinal Management: bpsilon Ki 
Tau: Industrial Arts Club. , , . ■ i . x 

GALLAGHER, EDWIN E.; B.S., Industrial Management; Industrial Arts 

GAMBLE, JOHN ALTON; B,S.. Political Science and History: Lambda 
Psi Fraternity. 

GARNER LANE ALLEN; B.S., Sociology: Pi Kappa Delta: Intramurals; 
Tau Sigma; Track and Sabre Club: Dorm Officer: Inter-Dormitory Coun- 
cil; ASB; House of Representatives; Sigma Delta Zeta, Rush Chairman; 
Booster Club- Debate Team. 

GATHMANN, RITA RAE: B.S., English; SNEA; Cantebury Club: 
Booster Club; Home Economics Club; NCTE Student Member. 
GIBSON, CHARLES KENNETH; B.S., Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi: 
Accounting Society; Marketing Management Team; Dorm Officer. 
GIBSON, JAMES ALBERT: B.S., General Business. 
GILISPIE, FAYE; B.S., Chemistry. 

GILLILAND, JERRY EDWARD- B.S.. Sociology: Phi Epsilon; Circle K: 
Track and Sabre Club; Advanced ROTO. 
GLOVER, DAVID PARNELL; B.S., Chemistry. 

GODAWA, EMMA KAY: B.S., Art; ASB Historian: Tau Omicron: 
Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA; Art Club: Booster Club: Delta Phi Gamma. 
Pledge Class President; Inter-Sorority Council, Secretary. 
GOFF, MARY RUTH: B.S.. Art; Art Club. 

GOFF, PAM CURRY: B.S., Sociology: Delta Pi Delta Soronty; Tau 
Omicron: Lutheran Student Association. 

GOMEZ, JAN PYLE; B.S., Elementary Education: Tau Omicron; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Commerce Union Bank Scholarship. 

GOSSETT, LAVINIA NICHOLSON; B.S., Mathematics; Mathematics 
Club- SNEA; Gamma Beta Phi. 

GRANDSTAFF, JOSEPH PAUL: B.S., History: 4.H National Scholar- 
ship Tau Sigma. 

GRAVES. CLIFFORD DONNELL: B.S., Physical Education; Dean's List; 
Baseball, T-Club. 

GRAY, ELSIE REID: B.S.. Sociology: Dean's List; Who's Who; Tau 
Omicron; PI Gamma Mu; Tau Sigma. 

GREEN, JOHN RONALD: B.S.. History: ROTO Commendation Rib- 
bon; Sam Davis Drill Team; Young Republicans: Track and Sabre Club, 
Vice-President; ROTO Fllghf Program. 

GREEVER. BARRY LANE; B.S., Business Management: Marketing Man- 
agemenl Teams; Intramurah; Circle K; Chi Alpha PI Fraternity; ASB 
Social Committee; Track and Sabre Club; Booster Club. 
GRIFFIN, CHARLES DAVID; B.S., Accounting; Sigma Club; PI Gamma 
Mu: MTSU Accounting Society. 

GRIFFIN, NANCY ALENE; B.A., Elementary Education: Dean's List; 
Tau Omicron; Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; SOU; SNEA: Cum- 
berland Presbyterian Church Group: Sidelines; Dorm Officer. 
GRIGGS, GLENDA ANN; B.S., History; Delta Phi Gamma Sorority: 
SNEA: Young Democrats. 

GRIMES. AGNES ELAINE SWALLOWS; B.S., Home Economics; Home 
Economics Club. 

GROSSHALZ, SARA LUSTY; B.S, Elementary Education; Sidelines; 
BSU, Social Chairman; Dorm Officer: SNEA. 
GRUBBS, SANDRA LYNN: B.S., Business Education; SNEA. 
GUTHRIE, JOSEPH WILLIAM: B.S., Mathematics and Political Sci- 
ence: Young Republicans; Pre-Law Club: Student Affairs Committee: 
ASB Senate: Phi Epsllon Fraternity, Parliamentarian, Pledgemaster; 
Inter-Fraternitv Council. 

HALL, LARRY PAUL; B.S.. Marketing; Sgt. at Arms of Pi Sigma Ep- 
silon: Marketing Management Team, Captain. 
HAMBRICK, MICHAEL CLABE: B.S., Industrial Management. 
HAMMOCK, JERRY WINFORD; B.S., Accounting: Alpha Kappa Psi. 
HAMPTON. RACHEL LUCINDA; B.S., Home Economics: American 
Home Economics Association; SNEA. 

HANKiNS. ROBERT; B.S.. Accounting; Academic Scholarship: Circle 
K, Treasurer; Supreme Court; Sportsman's Club, Treasurer. 
HARRELL, JO ANNE: B.S.. Business Education: PI Omega Pi. 
HARRIS. BARBARA JANE; B.S., Elementary Education; Transfer from 
Jollei- Junior College. 

HARRIS. DENNIS HILLIARD: B.S., Mathematics; Pi Gamma Mu. 
HARRIS, JAMES LEROY; B.S., Polltlcai Science: Pre-Law Club; Gov- 
ernment Internship. 

HARRIS, JAMES RONALD; B.S.. English: Buchanan Players. 
HARRISON, ELIZABETH ANN; B.S., Vocational Home Economics. 
HART, GARY LINDEN; B.S., Business Management: Dean's List; Alpha 
Kappa Psi; Economics Club. 

HARVEY, WILLIAM ROBERT; B.S., Industrial Arts; Sigma Tau Omega 
Fraternity, Social Committee: Industrial Arts Club: Drill Team. 
HASTON, NORMA JEAN; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA; Social 
Committee: Women's Athletic Association: Booster Club: Treble Cho- 
rale. 

HASTY, BETTY JO; B.S., Mathematics. 

HAYES, ELSIE MEFFORD; B.S., Elementary Education; MTSU Choir; 
MENC: Delta Omicron; Treble Chorale. 

HAYES, RODNEY JAMES; B.S.. Industrial Arts Education: ASB Screen- 
ing Committee — Secretary, Freshman affairs Committee, Social Com- 
mitte. Presidents- Cabinet, Senate: Freshman Class Treasurer; Sopho- 



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more Class President: Senior Class President: Outstanding Student in 
ROTC Citation: All O.V.C. Honorable Mention: Circle K, Board of 
Directors, Sgt. at Arms: Football: Track and Sabre Club: Epsilon Pi 
Tau: Booster Club: T-Club: Most Versatile Senior Boy. 
HAYNES, PAULA DIANA: B.S.. Elennentary Education: SNEA, 
HEADDEN, CHERI JANE: B.S., Art: Miss Midlander Contestant: Who's 
Who; Tau Omicron; Art Club: WRA: SNEA: Delta Pi Delta Sorority, 
Historian. 

HEARN, BONNIE LEE: B.S., Physical Education: Tau Onnicron: Class 
Beauty: Dorm Officer: Who'.s Who: Physical Education Club, Secretary: 
Women's Athletic Association: SNEA: Intramurals. 
HEATH. BOBBY STEVE: B.S., History: Dean's List. 

HEATHMAN, SUE EARL: B.S.. Sociology: Wesley Foundation, Council: 
Tau Sigma: SOU. 

HEDGE, WILLIAM ROBERT: B.S., Accounting: Accounting Society. 
HEDGEPATH. SANDRA ANDERTON: B.S., Elementary Education: 
SNEA, Secretary: Home Economics Club. Historian: Church of Christ 
Group. 

HENDRIKSON, RICHARD LEE: B.S., Accounting: Lambda Psi Fra- 
ternity: Alpha Kappa Psi; Circle K: Booster Club. 

HENDRIX, PATSY ANN: B.S., Home Economics: Kappa Omicron Phi: 
Home Economics Club: House of Representatives. 

HENDRIXSON. JAMES ALLEN: B.S., General Business: Sigma Tau 
Omega Fraternity. 

HENSON, GRACE SULLIVAN: 8.S., History: Pi Gamma Mu: Gamma 
Beta Phi; SNEA. 

HENTZ, REBECCA ANN; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Delta Pi 
Delta Sorority, Pledge President: Young Democrats; Booster Club. 
HERRING, MELVIN GILLION: B.S., Physical Education; T-Club: Vets 
Club: Track Team; Freshman Football; Intramurals: Handball Champion: 
Blue Raider Club. 

HESTER, LINDA LORRAINE: B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega PI, 
President: Kappa Delta Pi, Treasurer; Who's Who; BSU: SNEA; Tau 
Omicron. 

HIETT, SHARON SUDBURY; B.A., English; ROTC Sponsor; Alpha Mu 
Gamma. 

HIGHT, NANCY CAROL; B.S., Sociology: Alpha Gamma Phi Sorority: 
Tau Sigma; Treble Chorale; Intramurals: ASB Homecoming Committee; 
Food Service Committee. 

HIGLEY, SUSAN DEAN; B.S., Accounting: Kappa Tau Delta Sorority, 
Justice: Accounting Society, Secretary-Treasurer; Delta Mu Delta, 
Secretary: Gamma Beta Phi; Church of Christ Group: ASB Supreme 
Court, Public Defender's Staff. 

HILL, CARTER WAYNE; B.S., Computer Science; Church of Christ 
Group, President. 

HILLIS, EULA LOCKHART; B.S., Home Economics; Home Economics 
Club: SNEA. 

HINDMAN, HELEN JANE; B.S., Elementary Education. 
HINDMAN, JAMES RONALD: B.S., Physical Education: Intramurals. 
HINDS, PAULA LOUISE: B.S., History; Pi Gamma Mu. 
HOBBS, KENNETH WAYNE; B.S., Business Administration; Alpha 
Kappa Psi, President. 

HOFFMAN, CARL DOUGLAS; B.S., Political Science. 
HOGAN. KAY ALMOND; B.S.. History; Pi Gamma Mu: Tau Omicron; 
SNEA. 

HOLDEN, ANITA KAY; B.S., Elementary Education. 

HOLDERFIELD, JAMES DAVID; B.S., Geography; SNEA; Intramurals. 
HOLLAND, CAROL ANN; B.S., Social Science; Tau Sigma; SNEA. 
HOLLY, ELIZABETH MAY; B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi: 
SNEA; Wesley Foundation. 

HOLT. NELDA KAY; B.S., Business Education: SNEA. 
HOLT, LEWIS WAYNE: B.S., General Business. 

HOOTEN. PEGGY MONTEZ: B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta 
Pi: Gamma Beta Phi; Church Group: SNEA. 

HOWELL, JOSEPH H.; B.S., Social Science; Transfer from Martin 
College and The University of Tennessee. 
HUDDLESTON. THELMA JOYCE; B.S., History. 

HUDGENS. NANCY MAE; B.S., Music Education; Treble Chorale, 
President; Director of Music Activities of Delta Omicron; Delta Omi- 
cron Treasurer, President; American Guild of Organists, Secretary; 
Yearbook Editor of AGO; Music Educators' National Conference: 
Wesley Foundation: Band of Blue; Concert Choir 
HUMPHRIES, MACKIEJ.; B.S.. Mathematics. 

HUNTER, MARILYN PATRICIA; B.S., Home Economics; Tau Omicron; 
Gamma Beta Phi; BSU: Home Economics Club; House of Repre- 
sentatives: CCUN; Booster Club. 

HYDE, JAMES DOUGLAS; B.S., Industrial Management 
JACKSON, GEORGE CHESTER; B.S., Accounting; Sigma Club, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; Accounting Society, Vice-President; Wesley Foundation: 
^SB Treasurer. 

JACOBS, DONALD FAYE; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta 
Pi; SNEA. 

JACOBS, DONALD F.; B.S., Art; Hester Rogers Ray Memorial Scholar- 
ship: Art Club, Public Relations Director 
JARRAH, MARTHA JACQUELINE: B.S., Social Science 
JENNINGS, WILLIAM JERALD: B.S.. Chemistry. 

.lERNIGAN, IROCUS EDWARD; B.S., History; Band of Blue; House 
of Representatives: Track and Sabre Club: Lambda Psi Fraternity: Phi 
Mu Alpha. 

JEWELL, MARTHA ESTELLE; B.S., Elementary Education; Who's Who; 
Kappa Delta PI, President; Pi Gamma Mu; Gamma Beta Phi; Tau Omi- 



cron- Junior and Senior Class Secretary: Dorm Officer; SNEA, Cor- 
responding Secretary: House of Representatives, Speaker Pro-Tempore; 
ASB Cabinet; Phi Theta Psi Sorority, Parliamentarian. 
JOHNSON, IRVING J.: B.S.. History: Track Team. 

JOHNSON, JOY HIX; B.S.. Elementary Education; Pep Club; Church 
of Christ Group. 

JOHNSON LINDA KAYE: B.A., English; Alpha Mu Gamma; Intra- 
murals: French Club; German Club; Booster Club: Young Democrats; 
Homecoming Committee: Kappa Tau Delta Sorority. 
JOHNSON, REBECCA ANN; B.S., Mathematics: Tau Omicron: Gamma 
Beta Phi; SNEA. 

JOHNSTON, JIMMIE KAY; B.S., Home Economics: Kappa Delta Pi; 
American Home Economics Association, Historian; SNEA. 
JONES, CONNIE SUE; B.S., English; Gamma Beta Phi; SNEA. 
JONES MARTHA ALICE; B.S., Physical Education: Miss Congeniality; 
Inter-Sorority Council, 1st Vice-President; Booster Club; WAA; Triton 
Club: Delta PI Delta Sorority; Tau Omicron; Physical Education Club; 
House of Representatives. 

JONES. REGINA CLARE; B.S., Home Economics; Miss Home Eco- 
nomics; Tau Omicron: Kappa Omicron Phi, Guard and Treasurer: Kappa 
Delta Pi; Home Economics Club, Chairman; SNEA. Treasurer: Tau 
Sigma: Wesley Foundation; ASB Committee: THEA-CCS State Chair- 
man; Fashion Editor of Sidelines. 
JONES, SANDRA MARILYN: B.S., Elementary: SNEA. 
JORDAN, HERBERT BRUCE; B.S., Agriculture and Business; Block and 
Bridle Club; Dean's List; Delta Tau Alpha; Business Club, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Business Manager of Newspaper at Pensacola Junior College. 
KARTY, GLENDA JOYCE; B.S., Sociology: Who's Who; Blue Raider 
Sports Car Club, Vice-President and President; Buchanan Players; Pi 
Gamma Mu; Gamma Beta Phi; Alpha Psi Omega. 

KEISTER, EMILIE EVANS: B.S., Elementary Education; Triton Club; 
Drama Club; Lutheran Students Association: House of Representatives: 
SNEA: Student Christian Union. 

KELLEY EMILY B.; B.S., Business Education: Alpha Phi Gamma: Young 
Republicans Club; International Club; Wesley Foundation: MID- 
LANDER, Business Manager; Alpha Phi Gamma, Vice-President. 
KEMP, ROBBIE NELL; B.S.. Theatre; Buchanan Players; Alpha Psi 
Omega. 

KERR, MARY BETH; B.S., History; Tau Omicron, Historian; Gamma 
Beta Phi, Secretary: PI Gamma Mu: Kappa Delta PI: SNEA; Delia Pi 
Delta Sorority, Secretary: Wesley Foundation. 
KERR, SANDRA JEAN; B.S., Elementary Education. 
KIKER, BARBARA ANN; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Kappa 
Delta Pi. 

KOS, CAROL JOAN; B.S., Mathematics; Concert Choir; Varsity Choir; 
Tau Omicron; Phi Sigma Beta; Mathematics Club. 
KRAFT, KENNETH RANDALL: B.S., Accounting; Veterans Club, Treas- 



atics: Pi Ga 



na Mu; Mathe 



LADD, ANN ELIZABETH: B.S., Mathen 
matics Club. 

LaFEVOR, JAMES RICHARD: B.A., History; Marion Turpin Burke 
Leadership Award: Association U.S. Army Award: ROTC Commenda- 
tion Ribbon; Distinguished Military Student; Sigma Club: Track and 
Sabre Club, Executive Council; Forest Raiders, Commander; College 
Bowl. 

LAIN, DONNA DEHRAN; B.S., Business Education; House of Repre- 
sentatives: Booster Club; Orchesis Club; BSU. 

LANCASTER, TONY WARREN: B.S., Agriculture and Business: Delta 
Tau Alpha, President; Gamma Beta Phi, Vice-President; House of 
Representatives: Block and Bridle Club. 

LANDERS, WILLIAM BOULDIN- B.S.. Mathematics; Superior Freshman 
Cadet Award; Commendation Citation: Chi Alpha Fraternity, President- 
Circle K; Rifle Club, Vice-President; Chemistry Club: Drill Team- 
Booster Club: Track and Sabre Club. 

LANDRUM, ROY EDWARD: A. A., Nursing: Pi Kappa Delta; Debate 
Society: Dramatics. 

LANGFORD, BOBBY JOE; S.S., Physical Education; Football. 
LANIER, MELINDA ANN; B.S., Sociology; Freshman Class May Queen 
Attendant: Buchanan Players: Booster Club; Tau Sigma; ASB Cor- 
respondence Committee: Pi Gamma Mu; Tau Omicron; Delta Pi Delta 
Sorority, President and Pledge Mistress; Inter-Sorority Council; SNEA. 
LANKFORD, JUDY CLAY; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Kappa 
Delta Pi. 

LAPPIN, WILLIAM DABNEY; B.S., International Relations: Lambda Psi 
Fraternity, Board of Governors: Forrest Raiders, Executive Officer and 
Operations Officer: Track and Sabre Club. Executive Council. 
LARKIN, JOHN F.: B.S., Business Management: Phi Epsilon Fraternity. 
LAWRENCE, DAVID CARR; B S., Geography; Intramurals. 
LAWSON, WILLIAM HENRY: B.S., Industrial Management; Church of 
Christ Group. 

LAYNE, LINDA JANNELLE: B.S., Social Science. 
LEAVER, ROGER CLARK: B.S.. Marketing. 
LEDBETTER, JAMES OZRO; B.S., History; Pi Gamma Mu. 
LEE, BELVA JEAN; B.S., Mathematics; Cumberland Presbyterian Church 
Group, President; Student Christian Union, Vice-President. 
LEE, DEBORAH JEAN; A.A.. Nursing; ASB Correspondence Commit; 
tee; Delta Phi Gamma Sorority, Charter Member; Booster Club. 
LEE, HAROLD OLIVER: B.S., Marketing; PI Sigma Epsilon; Veterans 
Club. 
LEE, MARGARET GARY; B.S., Elementary Education: Tau Omicron; 



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SCU; SNEA; Wesley Foundation, Secretary: Transfer from Huntingdon 
College. 

LEONARD, MARVIN CRAIG; B.S.. Sociology. 

LESTER, KAY; B.S., Business Education; Delta Pi Delta Sorority; Na- 
tional Collegiate Association for Secretaries. Vice-President; ASB 
Assistant Historian: SNEA; Young Democrats: Senior Class Favorite. 
LEVERETT, RALPH GEIST; B.S.. History; SNEA; Gamnna Beta Phi. 
LEWIS, PAMELA GARNER; B.S., Mathematics; Freshman Mathematics 
Award: Dean's List; SNEA. 

LICHTENFELS, BRENDA LEE; B.S., Physical Education; Gymnastics 
Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Junior Attendant for Lambda Psi Fraternity; 
Physical Education Club: SNEA. 

LIECHTY, PATRICIA JANE; B.S.. Elementary Education: Tau Omlcron 
Gamma Beta Phi; SNEA. 

LIEFER, NEVA L.: B.S., Elementary Education. 
LIPPARD, LINDA IRENE; B.S., English. 

LORANCE, ELSIE CHARLENE; B.S., Accounting; Accounting Society: 
Rifle Team: MIDLANDER; Triton Club; Newman Club; Buchanan 
Players. 

LORENZ, KEITH ERWIN; B.S., History. 

LOVIER, JOHN WILLIAM: B.S., General Business: Phi Epsilon Fra- 
ternity: Pi Sigma Epsilon; Young Democrats: Student Affairs; Booster 
Club; Track and Sabre Club; Dorm Council; Dorm Officer: Intramurals. 
LOWE, JOHN HARRISON: B.S., Political Science and General Busi- 
ness; Sgt. at Arms of Sophomore Class; Junior Class Vice-President: 
ASB Director of Public Relations: Sigma Delta Zeta Fraternity, Presi- 
dent; House of Representatives; Inter-Fraternity Council: Dorm Council; 
Circle K; Track and Sabre Club: Church of Christ Group: Booster Club. 
LUTHER. LINDA L.; B.S.. Elementary Education; Physical Education 
Club: SNEA; Church of Christ Group. 

LYNCH, JOHN WILLIAM: B.S., Political Science: Newman Club: Pre- 
Law Club. 

LYNN, MARY ANN; B.S., Sociology. 
MacLACHLAN, ALEXANDER: B.S., History. 
MacPHERSON, WALTER K.; B.S., Agriculture. 

MAHURIN, STANLEY EUGENE: B.S., Computer Science: Cumberland 
Presbyterian Church Group, President; Mathematics Club. Council 
Member. 

MALONE. CHARLES W.; B.S., Agriculture; Veterans Club. 
MALONE, JIMMY RAY; B.S., Physical Education. 

MANGRUM, MARY JEAN; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA; ACU; 
Newman Club, Religious Chairman: Spanish Club, Secretary-Treasurer. 
MANN, JOAN CLARK; B.S.. Elementary Education; Tau Omicron; 
SNEA; Die Deutschen Kameraden. 

MANSFIELD, MARY CHARLOTTE: B.S., Home Economics: Home Eco- 
nomics Club: Wesley Foundation; Tau Sigma. 

MARABLE, MARY LENELLE; B.S., Instrumental Music; Delta Omicron, 
Warden and Chaplain; Band of Blue; Treble Chorale, Secretary, Treas- 
urer, and Vice-President: Orchestra, Secretary; BSU. Publicity Chairman; 
SCU: MENC. Vice-President; SNEA. 

MARSH, GAYLE GILBERT: B.S., Elementary Education; Delta Phi 
Gamma Sorority; SNEA; Booster Club; ASB. 
MARTIN, JOHN AUGUSTUS: B.S., Physical Education. 
MASON, DIANA DAVIS: B.S., Elementary Education; Sophomore May 
Queen Attendant; SNEA; Delta Phi Gamma Sorority; Tau Omicron; 
Gamma Beta Phi; Alpha Mu Gamma; Kappa Delta Pi. 
MASON. LINDA ANN; B.S., English; Phi Theta Psi Sorority, Chaplain. 
MATHENY, MICHAEL; B.S., Biology; Football Team, Captain 
MATHIS, KITTY ANN; B.S., Elementary Education; Tau Omicron- Kappa 
Delta Pi; SNEA. 

MAYBERRY, JANICE ELAINE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; 
Booster Club; ASB Communication Committee: Kappa Tau Delta 
Sorority, Chaplain. 

MAYNARD, BEVERLY JANE; B.S.. Elementary Education; Kappa Delta 
Pi: Tau Omicron; Dean's List; SNEA, Social Chairman. 
MAYO, JERRY ALLEN: B.S., History. 
McALPINE, JOHN DANIEL; B.S., Business Management 
McCANDLESS, THOMAS HOUSTON: B.S., Marketing; Alpha Kappa 
Psi: American Marketing Association; Track and Sabre Club, Treasurer. 
McCORMAC, TERRY WENDELL: B.S., Mathematics; Intramurals: Vets 
Club. 

McCOY, BOBBYETTE; B.S., English; SNEA; Triton Club: Transfer from 
Cumberland College. 

McCUISTON. RUTH DIANE; B.S., Sociology Tau Sigma 
McDANIEL, JOHN RUSSELL; B.S., Mathematics. 

McDowell, MAGGIE JOYCE; B.S., Physical Education: Physical Edu- 
cation Club: Women's Recreation Association; SNEA; Gamma Beta Phi 
McFARLIN, BENITA BLACK; B.S., Home Economics- Home Economics 
Club. -r 

McFERRIN. RICHARD HUGHER; B.S., Industrial Management- Indus- 
trial Arts Club. 

McKEE, JUDITH LYNN; B.S., Elementary Education- Tau Omlcron- 
Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA. 

McKENZIE, JAMES WENDELL: B.S., Political Science- Pre-Law Club 
Mcknight, MATTIE WHYTE; B.S., Biology; Gamma Beta Phi; BSU: 
SCU: Biology Club; Physical Education Club; BSU Summer Missionary 
McLEMORE, MARY EMILANE; B.A., English; Transfer from Tennessee 
Tech.: English Society; Community Chorus 
McLEMORE, RONALD LEE; B.S., Accounting 

McMEEN, DORA LEE; B.S., Accounting; Gamma Beta Phi; Tau Omi- 
cron; Accounting Society: Delta Mu Delta. 



McMILLEN, JAMES THOMAS; B.S., Mathematics; Alpha Psi Omega; 
Buchanan Players: Track and Sabre Club; Debate Team. 
McMURTRY, SANDRA FAY: B.S., Physical Education: Physical Educa- 
tion Club; Women's Recreation Association: Intramurals. 
McNATT, Martha Ann; B.S., Elementary Education. 
McNATT, SUZANNE; B.S.. Home Economics: SNEA; Home Economics 
Club. , , 

McNEILL. MARY LAURENE: B.S.. English; Transfer from Tennessee 
Tech.; Golden Girl Majorette; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Tech 
Women's Organization. 

MEEKS, BILLIE JEAN; B.S., Physical Education; Who's Who: Modern 
Dance Club, President and Vice-President: Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion; Physical Education Club; Gymnastics Club: Dance in "My Fair 
Lady". , 

MEEKS, JUDIE E.; B.S,, Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; Kappa Delta 
Pi; House of Representatives; SNEA. 
MIDGETT, ALBERT R.; B.S., Agricultural Economics. 
MILLER, DONALD CRAIG: B.S., Business Administration: Alpha Kappa 
Psi; Historian: Track and Sabre Club; Intramurals. 
MILLER, JOHNNY NEAL; B.S., Agriculture. 
MILLER, JUDY CAROLYN; B.S.. Home Economics. 
MILLER, LINDA GAIL; B.S., Sociology; Drama Club. 
MILLER, MARCIA ANNE: B.S., Elementary Education. 
MITCHELL, JOSEPH LEE; B.S., Physical Education and Biology; Biology 
Club; Physical Education Club; Spelunkers Club; ASB Social Committee; 
Booster Club: SNEA. 

MOATES, BILLY DON; B.S.. Accounting. 

MODGLIN, BEVERLY JEAN; B.S., Business Education; Dean's List: 
Honor Roll; PI Omega Pi, Reporter. 

MOFFETT, SHARON MILLER: B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 
MONTGOMERY, ROSE SLUSHER; B.S.. Ele.mentary Education; SNEA. 
MOON, JERRELL WAYNE; B.5., Physical Education; Football Team. 
MOONINGHAM, BILLY MARSHALL; B.S.. Accounting; Accounting 
Society; House of Representatives: Delta Mu Delta, Treasurer: Dean's 
List: Honor Roll: Sigma Club: ASB Finance Committee. 
MOORE, CHARLES TURNEY; B.S., Mathematics and History. 
MOORE, JOHN EDWARD: B.S., General Business: Lambda Psi Fra- 
ternity, Chaplain and Historian. 

MORRIS, CAROLYN ANN; B.S., Psychology; Newman Club: La Societe 
Francalse. 

MORRIS, JUDY; B.A., Art: Alpha Mu Gamma: Art Club. Vice-Presi- 
dent: Spanish Club. 

MORRISON, JAMES PATRICK; B.S., Physical Education; Football Team: 
Track Team; T-Club; Gymnastics Club: Physical Education Club. 
MORROW, SHARON LYNN; B.S., Business Education; Pre-Freshman 
Honors Program: Pi Omega Pi, Historian; SNEA. 
MORTON, JAMES JOSEPH; B.S., Art; Art Club. 
MOSLEY. CHARLES RAY; B.S., Agriculture. 

MOSLEY, DANIEL LEE; B.S., Mathematics: Vets Club: Mathematics 
Club; BSU. 

MOSS, CATHERINE ANN; B.S., Music Educa+ion; House of Repre- 
sentatives: Tau Omicron; MENC; Delta Omicron; Concert Choir; Opera 
Cast: Sacred Harp Singers. 

MOYERS, CAROLYN; B.S., Elementary Education; Who's Who; Side- 
lines; International Club; Spelunker's Club; BSU; ASB Communications 
Committee; SNEA, Vice-President; Alpha Phi Gamma. 
MULLINS, DAYTON WAYNE: B.S., Instrumental Music: Phi Mu 
Alpha; Band of Blue; Concert Choir; Varsity Choir. 
MURPHREE, BARBARA ANNE; B.S.. Elementary Education; SNEA; 
Booster Club: Intramurals. 
MURPHY. MICHAEL NEIL; B.S., Chemistry. 

MURPHY. RONNIE GORDON; B.S., Political Science; Pi Gamma Mu 
Pre-Law Club; Young Republicans Club; Lambda Psi Fraternity. 
MURRAY, JOAN MARIE; B.S., Elementary Education; BSU: SNEA 
SCU; Tau Sigma. 

MYATT. KITTIE M.: B.S., Sociology; Tau Omicron, Vice-President 
Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Delta Pi Delta Sorority, Parliamen- 
tarian; Women's Service Club, Tresurer; Booster Club: SNEA; Church 
of Christ Group: Young Republicans: ASB Senate: ASB Screening 
Committee; Dorm Officer. 

MYERS, LELIA VAUGHN; B.S.. Business Education; Alpha Gamma Phi. 
Corresponding Secretary: Biology Club, Vice-President; SNEA; National 
Association for Secretaries: Booster Club. 

NEEDHAM, LARRY LEWIS: B.S.. Chemistry; Chemistry Club; Freshman 
Basketball. 

NEELY, SHELIA LYNN: B.S., Social Science: SNEA. 
NELSON, DONNA KAY: B.S.. Home Economics: 4-H Club. Secretary 
and Reporter; Home Economics Club. 

NELSON, JAMES HOWARD: B.S., Mathematics and Chemistry. 
NEWBERRY, PATSY PRICE; B.S., Home Economics: Gamma Beta Phi, 
President: Kappa Omicron Phv Keeper of Archives and 2nd Vice- 
President; Kappa Delta Pi; Tau Omicron; Home Economics Club; 
MIDLANDER; SNEA. 

NORMAN. PRISCILLA JOY; B.A., English: Alpha Mu Gamma: Kappa 
Tau Delta Sorority; Die Deutschen Kameraden. 

NORTHARD, KAREN JO; B.S., English; SNEA; ASB Correspondence 
Committee. 

NUNLEY, PATRICIA FAYE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Home 
Economics Club- Wesley Foundation. 

OAKBERG, FRANK LOGAN; E.S., Bic.cgy: Buchanan Players; Bioloay 
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OAKLEY, SARAH CASH: B.S., Mathematics and History; Tau Omicron: 
Orchestra; Rifle Team; Booster Club. 

ODOM, MARVIN DONNElL; B.S., Industrial Technology and Mathe- 
matics; Epsllon Pi Tau. r -.L 
OLIVER, LINDA FAYE; B.S., Accounting; Delta Phi Gamma Sorority, 
Treasurer. n ii r^ 
OPPEL, RAY CLIFFORD; B.S., Physical Education; Honor Roll: Deans 
List; Physical Education Club; SNEA; Track and Cross Country at 
Vincennes Junior College. 

ORMAN. LINDA NEAL; B.S., Social Science; Alpha Psi Omega; 
Buchanan Players; SNEA; House of Representatives; Senate Staff; Dorm 

ORR, BARBARA; B.S., Physical Education; Booster Club; ASB Enter- 
tainment Committee; Honorary Foreign Language Fraternity; Women's 
Recreation Association; Physical Education Club; Delta Phi Gamma 
Sorority, Pledge Mistress; Inter-Sorority Council; Dorm Officer; Most 
Versatile Senior Girl. 

ORRELL, BARBARA CHERYL; B.i., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; 
SNEA. 

ORTH, JANE FRANCES; B.S., Home Economics; Gamma Beta Phi; 
SNEA; Home Economics Club; Newman Club. 

OWENBY. JAMES HERBERT; B.S., Physical Education; All OVC Team; 
Football Team; Freshman Basketball; Tiack Team; T-Club. 
PACE, KAREN T.; B.A., Music Arts; Delia Omicron, President; Orches- 
tra; Band of Blue; MENC; AGO; Opera Orchestra; Chorus; Ensembles. 
PARKER, JUDITH F.; B.S., Home Economics; Home Economics Club; 
SNEA: Alpha Gamma Phi Sorority 

PARKER, LYLE LYNN; B.S., Animal Science; Delta Tau Alpha; House 
of Representatives; Freshman Basketball; Track and Sabre Club. 
PARKER, RAWLIN LYNN; B.S., Physical Education: Track and Sabre 
Club: SNEA: Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President; Intramurals. 
PARKER, WILLIAM ALTON; B.S.. General Business; Football Team: 
T-Club, President. 

PARMETER, MARVIN LAWRENCE: B.S., Business Education; SNEA; Pi 
Omega Pi. 

PARNELL, JAMES EUGENE; B.S., Business Management; Sam. Davis 
Rifle Team; Circle K; Vet's Club: Phi Epsilon, Pledgemaster; Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council, President. 

PARTEE, JULIA ANN; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA, President; 
Booster Club. 

PARTIN, PAUL STEPHEN: B.A., English. 

PASCHAL, JOHN HAROLD; B.S., Sociology; Circle K; Tau Sigma; 
Intramurals. 

PATE, THURMAN McLAIN;B.S., Social Science: Honor Roll; Dean's 

List. 

PATTON, BRENDA BOUNDS: B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 

PECK, MARY VIRGINIA; B.A., English; Who's Who; Tau Omicron, 

President; Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta PI; Band of Blue; Drum 

Major, Secretary-Treasurer, Concert Mistress; Orchestra: Booster Club: 

ASB Hostess. 

PEERY, JUDY ANN; B.S., Home Economics; SNEA; Home Economics 

Club. 

PEKALA, GERALDINE DURA; B.S., Biology; Alpha Gamma Phi Sorority, 

Songleader; Biology Club. Historian; Westminster Fellowship: House 

ot Representatives; ASB Social Committee; Sidelines; Treble Chorale. 

PENDERGRASS, CAROL YVONNE; E.S., Secretarial Administration: 

Chi Alpha Pi Sweetheart Court; National Collegiate Association for 

Secretaries. 

PENDERGRASS, JANICE CAROL; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA; 

Rodeo Club; Booster Club; Phi Theta Psl Sorority, High Court and 

Recording Secretary. 

PEREZ, THOMAS N.; B.S., Finance. 

PETRETZKY, NANCY RUTH; B.S., Elementary Education; Transfer from 

Llndsey Wilson Junior College; SNEA, Recording Secretary; Treble 

Chorale. 

PETTES, CARL WAYNE; B.S., History; Band of Blue; Orchestra. 

PETTUS, WILLIAM WYATT; B.S., Cliemistry; Freshman Basketball; 

Chemistry Club; Lambda Psi Fraternity. 

PETTY, KENNETH DOUGLAS; B.S., Agriculture. 

PETTY, MARY KATHERINE; B.S., Theaire and English: Buchanan Play- 
ers; Debate Team; Alpha Psi Omega; Pi Kappa Delta. 

PETTY. PAULA JANE; B.S., Sociology: Transfer from East Tennessee 

State University: Tau Sigma; Intramurals. 

PHILLIPS, JOSEPH BINKLEY; B.S., Business Management; Pi Sigma 

Epsilon. 

PHILPOTT, JOSEPH CLARK; B.S., Industrial Management. 

PIERCE, MARILYN KAY; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA; Booster 

Club; Sidelines. 

PIERCE, THOMAS LARRY; B.S., Chemistry Club. President and Vlce- 

l^resident; Sigma Club; French Club. 

PITT, MARY ANN; B.S., Home Economics- Gamma Beta Phi- SNEA; 

3SU; Home Economics Club. 

PITTS, RHONDA SUE; B.S., Business Education; Dean's List; Gamma 

Beta Phi, Secretary: Tau Omicron; Pi Omega PI; Kappa Delta Pi. 

POLLOCK, JIMMY WAYNE: B.S., Business Administration; Pi Sigma 

Epsilon. 

POLLOCK, THOMAS CURREY; B.S., Marketing. 

POWELL, MARY ANN; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 

POWELL, PRATER LEE; B.S., Ph-/slcal Education; Physical Education 

Club: SNEA. 



PRAHL PATRICIA READ; B.S.. English; Delta Phi Gamma Sorority, 
Corresponding Secretary and Parliamentarian: ASB House of Repre- 
sentatives- Treble Chorale, Treasurer; Alpha Psi Omega: Buchanan 
Players: Presidents Council; Varsity Choir; Leading Role in My Fair 
Lady": Best Actress in a Minor Role. 

PRATER, JIMMY RAY; B.S.. Sociology. . 

PRATER. WILLIAM CECIL; B.S., General Business: Economics and 
Finance Club. . . _ 

PRESCOTT, VIRGINIA B.; B.S., Social Science Education; P. Gamma 

Mu; SNEA. . .- c • . 

PRESTON JEANNE STEELE; B.S., Accounting; Accounting Society. 
PRICE JOHN ALEXANDER; B.S.. English; Baseball Team. 
PRICE. SHANNA: B.S., Music: Tau Omicron; Band of Blue; Treble 
Chorale, House of Representatives; Delta Omicron; MENC. 
PULLIAM, RITA JO; B.S., Elementary Education: Cheerleader, Captain; 
Tau Omicron; Homecoming Attendant; House of Representatives: Delta 
Phi Gamma Sorority. r • i r^ u du- 

PYLE, LESLIE JANE; B.S., Accounting; Accounting Society: Delta Ptii 
Gamma Sorority. , . _. 

PYLE, SUZANNE MARTIN; B.S., Business Education; Senior Class 
Beauty ASB Senate Secretary; ASB Correspondence Committee: ASB 
Senior Senator: SNEA; Booster Club; Church of Christ Group: Delta Pi 
Delta Sorority. Recording Secretary. 

QUALLS. CAROLYN JUNE; B.S., Secretarial Administration. 
RALSTON. J. KENNETH; B.S., Political Science. 
RALSTON, WILLIAM BOYD; B.S., Mathematics and History. 
RAMSEY, KATHRYN ANN; B.S., Mathematics; French Club: Secretary: 
Church of Christ Group; Kappa Delta Phi; Alpha Mu Gamma. 
RASCOLL, ROBERT; B.S., Business Management. 

RASH, LEON ALLISON: B.S., Accounting; Baseball Team; Alpha 
Kappa Psi; T-Club; Intramurals. 

RAWDON, JUDY GAIL; B.S., Mathematics; SNEA; Gamma Beta Phi; 
Church of Christ Group. 

REGG CAROL ANDERSON; B.S., Art; Art Club; SNEA. 
REID, CARL FREDERICK, B.S., History. 
REINA, ALANA LEE: B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 
REMMELE, JUDY MARIE; B.S., General Business: American Marketing 
Association, Treasurer. 

RENNER, ELEANOR JANIS; B.S., Art; Art Club: Treble Chorale. 
RHEINSCHELD, CHERYL DEE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; 
BSU. 

RICE, RICHARD DAVID; B.S., Computer Science: Vet. Club, President 
and Secretary; Mathematics Club. 

RICHARDSON, JOYCE ANN; B.S., Social Science; Newman Club; 
Booster Club; SNEA. 

RICHARDSON, LOUANNE; B.S., Sociology: Tau Sigma. 
RICHMOND, RONALD CLYDE: B.S., Sociology. 

RIEVES, WILLIAM RICHARD: B.S., Industrial Management; Epsilon Pi 
Tau, Vice-President: Industrial Arts Club, Secretary. 

RILEY, MELBA ANN; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Church of 
Christ Group. 

ROACH, BEITY LOU; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 
ROBBINS, TERRY LEE; B.S., Chemistry. 

ROBERSON, JUDY PITTS; B.S., English; Orchesis Club; SNEA; Alpha 
Gamma Phi, Parliamentarian. 

ROBERSON, LINDA KAY; B.S., English; Deans List; SNEA. 
ROBERTS, SHEARON VIRGINIA; B.S., Physical Education: Women's 
Recreation Association, Publicity Chairman and Treasurer; Physical Edu- 
cation Club, Historian. 

ROBERTSON, KAREN WHALEY; B.A., English; ASB Member: French 
Club; Pep Club. 

ROBINSON, JAMES THOMAS; B.S., Industrial Management; Track 
and Sabre Club; Sport Parachute Club: Drill Team: Industrial Arts Club. 
ROEMER, JULIAN FRANCIS; B.S., General Business: Alpha Kappa Psi; 
Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Treasurer. 
ROGERS. KATHLEEN MARY; B.S., Sociology. 

ROSE, NICHOLAS A.; B.S., General Business; Mr. Newmanite; New- 
man Club, President; Vets Club. 

ROSS, BARRY ALLEN; B.S.. Science: Phi Epsilon Fraternity. 
ROSS, JANIE LEE; B.S., Elementary Education; Tau Omicron; Kappa 
Delta Pi, Vice-President: Gamma Beta Phi; SNEA; Womens Athletic 
Association: Women's Recreation Association. 

ROSSMAN, JOSEPH H.; B.S., Biologv; Triton Club; Skin-Diving Club; 
French Club. 

RUSS, ROSEMOND; B.S., Music: Delta Omicron: Alpha Mu Gamma: 
Concert Choir; Varsity Choir; Treble Chorale: Orchestra; Die Deutscher 
Kamaraden; MENC; American Guild of Organists. 

RUTLEDGE, DONALD EARL; B.S., Accounting; Wesley Foundation. 
SADLER. FRED T.; B.S., Social Science. 

SAFLEY, RAMON ZOLLIE; B.S., Political Science; Circle K, Vice- 
President; College Young Democrats, Vice-President and President; 
House of Representatives; ASB Secretary of Public Relations; ASB 
Cabinet; MIDLANDER. Co-Business Manager: Intercollegiate Student 
Legislature. 

SANDERS, CHARLES CLARK: B.S., Social Science. 

SANDERS, CHARLES FREDERICK; B.S., General Business; Alpha Kappa 
Psi: Booster Club. 

SANDERS, WILLIAM NEWTON; B.S., Accounting; Delta Mu Delta, 
President; Sigma Club: Accounting Society. 

SANTI, WILLIAM CARNEY: B.S., Business Management: Alpha Kappa 
Psi, President: House of Representatives; Sigma Delta Zeta Fraternity: 
Dorm Council. 



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Phi Sign 



SANTIAGO, SANDRA MAE: B.5., Elementary Education: R. fie Team, 
Treble Chorale: Booster Club: Delta Phi Gamma Sorority, Historian: 
Circle K Sweetheart Court: Candidate for Hornecoming P"een 
SCHULTZ. DWISHT LARKIN; B.S., Business Administration: Phi tpsilon 

SCOTT, CATHY: B.S., Secretarial Administration. ri k Rl . 

SEIFERT BILL LEWIS: B.S., Sociology: Track and Sabre Club: Blue 
Raider Sports Car Club: ROTC Flight Program. 

SEYMOUR JAMES ROBERT: B.S., Mathematics: Tennis Team: T-Club. 
SHADDIX, SHIRLEY ANN: B.S., History. 

SHANNON JERRY WAYNE: B.S., Mathematics: BSU: Sigma Olub, 
Vice-President: Kappa Delta Pi: Mathematics Club: SNEA^ 
SHARP MARILYN ELIZABETH: B.S., Physical Education: Outstanding 
Freshman of the Physical Education Club: Physical Education Club, 
Treasurer and Vice-President: Women's Athletic Association, Secretary, 
Vice-President and Publicity Chairman. 
SHARP, VIRGINIA CHAPMAN: B.S.. Sociology. 
SHAVER FRANCIS D.: B.S., Industrial Management. 
SHELTON, MARTHA LOU: B.S., Biology: Biology Club: Beta Beta 
Beta, Vice-President. ,■ r-i u 

SHEPHERD, JAMES ELDON: B.S., Mathematics: Mathematics Club: 
Chessnuts. i r, i i d- 

SIMMONS, JAMES DAVID: B.S., Social Science and Psychology: Pi 
Gamma Mu: Tau Sigma: Psychology Club. 

SIMS, WILLIAM FRANK: B.S.. Agricultural Business: Delta Tau Alpha. 
SITTON, ANN CHERYL: B.S.. Elementary Education: Band of Blue: 
Treble Chorale: Women's Athletic Association: Intramurals: SNEA: 
Dorm Officer. 

SLAYDEN WESLEY BATSON: B.S., Industrial Management. 
SLAYMAKER, ROBERT DAWSON: B.S.. Speech: Dorm Council: Vet's 
Club, Sgt. at Arms: Alpha Psl Omega: Buchanan Players: Murfreesboro 
Chapter Toastmasters International: Co-op Student for Middle Tennessee 
Electric Membership Corp. 

SMITH, BETTY BLACKBURN: B.S., Home Economics: SNEA. 
SMITH, BILLY HALL: B.S., Mathematics. 

SMITH, CHARLES RAY: B.S., Business Management: Dean's List: Delta 
Mu Delta: Sigma Club. 
SMITH, DAN ROBERT: B.S., Agriculture. 
SMITH, FRANCES MURREY: B.S., Elementary Educatl< 
Beta: SNEA: IRA. 

SMITH GAYLON JENKINS: B.S., General Business. 
SMITH, JAMES KENNETH: B.S., Industrial Arts. 

SMITH. JAMES THOMAS: B.S., Music: Phi Epsilon, Historian: Phi Mu 
Alpha. Vice-President: Award for Outstanding in House of Representa- 
tives: ASB Social Committee: ASB Student Affairs: Track and Sabre 
Club: Booster Club: Dorm Council: Intramurals: Varsity Choir: Univer- 
sity Community Orchestra. 

SMITH. JOHN EDWARD: B.S., General Business. 
SMITH, KATHLEEN SAVAGE: B.A., English: French Club: Buchanan 

Players. 

SMITH, MYRNA JOYCE: B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA: Cumber- 
land Presbyterian Group. 

SMOTHERMAN. BETTY JANE: B.S., Home Economics: Who's Who: 
Kappa Omicron Phi: American Home Economics Association, Vice- 
President: Westminster Fellowship: SNEA. 
SMYTHE, MARY ALICE: B.S., Home Economics: Featured Twirler with 

the Band of Blue: Lambda Psi Fraternity Sweetheart: Alpha Gamma Phi 

Sorority: Home Economics Club: ASB Hostess. 

SNEED, GLENN ANTHONY: B.S., Sociology. 

SNOWDEN, PATRICIA LOUISE: B.S., Music: MENC: Treble Chorale: 

American Guild of Organists: Delta Omicron. 

SPANGLER. CAROL ANN: B.S., Elementary Education: Church of 

Christ Group: SNEA: Booster Club. 

SPANN, BRENDA JOYCE: B.S., Home Economics: Home Economics 

Chapter, Historian and 2nd Vice Chairman. 

SPEARS, DANNY WAYNE: B.S., Business Education: Pi Sigma Episllon: 

Church of Christ Group. 

SPENCER, DANNY MITCHELL: B.S., Marketing: ASB House of Repre- 
sentatives: Chi Alpha Pi Fraternity: Intramurals: American Marketing 

Association: Booster Club. 

SPRINGER. SHIRLEY JEAN: Pi Omega Pi; 

Gamma Beta Phi: Kappa Delta Pi: Natic 

tarles: SNEA. 

SPROUSE, DANNY B.: B.S., General Business. 

STAMPS, JAMES ERWIN: B.S., Mathematics: Who's Who. 

STEELMAN. CHARLES RAY: B.S., Industrial Management: Church of 

Christ Group. 

STEELMAN, SUSAN KAY: B.S., Sidelines, Managing Editor: Socra- 

tics: Young Republicans: Wesley Foundation. 

STEELY, DONALD RAY: B.S., Mathematics. 

STEELY, LIBBY YOUNG: B.S., Elementary Education. 

STEPHENS. JERRY LEE: B.S.. Agriculture: Block and Bridle Club, Vice- 
President and Most Outstanding New Member: Church of Christ 

Group- Veterans Club. 

STEPHENS, WENDELL VINSON: B.S., General Business. 
STOUDNOR. CRAIG MONROE: B.S., Economics: Golf Team, Captain: 
Economics Club. 

STROM. HELEN ELIZABETH: B.S.. Elementary Education: ROTC Spon- 
sor: SNEA: Booster Club: ASB Correspondence Committee. 
STUART, SUSAN RAY: B.S., Physical Education: Delta Pi Delta Sorority: 



House of Representatives: 
nal Association for Secre- 



Young Republicans Club: Physical Education Club; Women s Recrea- 
tion Association: Booster Club: House of Representatives. 
STUBBS, CAROLE ANN: B.S., History: Gamma B''t^/;'L^^\" p"^'°"' 
Pi Gamma Mu: Kappa Delta PI: SNEA: Pentecostal Church Group, 
President: Student Christian Union. 

SUDDARTH. MARY LOU: B.S., History. „ ^ ^, , ..... c^„ 
SUTTON CAROLYN JEAN: B.S., History; Booster Club: SNfcA: btu- 
dent Affairs Committee; Public Relations Committee. 
SUTTON PATRICIA HALLBERG: B.S., Physical Education. _ 
SWANN LINDA FAYE: B.S., Home Economics; Home Economics Uub. 
SWANSON, MURRAY LUVERNE; B.S., Accounting; Honor Roll; Uean s 
List- Accounting Society. . 

SWEENEY MARTHA STEPHAN; B.S., English: Tau Omicron; Kappa 
Delta Pi: Gamma Beta Phi; SNEA. 

SWIFT, PATRICIA RUTH: B.S., Business Educatior,; Pi Omega Pi 
TARTER DONALD WAYNE; B.S., Marketing: Baseball Team, Captain: 
Advanced ROTC: T-Club: Track and Sabre Club. 
TARTER, JANIS LOUISE: B.A., Elementary Education 
TAYLOR, AUDREY LOUISE: B.S., Business Education; SNEA; Women s 
Recreation Association. j c u 

TAYLOR JERRY LEE- B.S., Business Management: Track and babre 
Club- Sports Car Club; Chessnuts Club; Phi Epsilon Fraternity 
TAYLOR, WILLIAM HOWARD: B.S.. Physical Education; Physical Edu- 
cation Club- Intramurals. 

TELFORD LINDA CAROLYN; B.S., English: BSU: SCU: Home Eco- 
nomics Club: SNEA: Preliminary Judge in Oral Interpretation tor Mid- 
Tenn. High School Forensic Meet. 

TENPENNY, JOSH; B.S.. Industrial Arts: Epsilon Pi Tau, Secretary. 
TERRY, EVELYN BEARD: B.S., English. 

THEDFORD, DONNA LOVE; B.S., Physical Education; SNEA; Physical 
Education Club. 

THOMAS ELLEN TUCKER; B.S.. Elementary Education. 
THOMAS, REYNOLDS ELON; B.S., Industrial Arts. 

THOMPSON, BARBARA JEAN; B.S., Home Economics: Home Eco- 
nomics Club: Booster Club; SNEA. 

TOLLIVER, LAWRENCE WILSON; B.S.. Political Science; Honor Roll: 
Dean's List; Who's Who; Alpha Mu Gamma; Pi Gamma Mu; Sigma 
Club: Tennessee Association of International Relations Clubs, President: 
Collegiate Council for the UN: German Club. 

TOMLINSON, JUNE KNIGHT: B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA. 
TOMLINSON. WILLIAM GIFFORD: B.S.. Mathematics; Distinguished 
Military Student; Track and Sabre Club. Treasurer. 
TRAMEL, LINDA FAYE: B.S., Business Education: SNEA. 
TREANOR. WALTER DISMUKES; B.S., Industrial Management; Indus- 
trial Arts Club; Chemistry Club; Newman Club. 

TRISDALE, DONALD JAY; B.S.. Social Science; Senior Class Vice- 
President; Pi Gamma Mu, Vice-President; SNEA; House of Representa- 
tives; Gamma Beta Phi; Intramurals; Track and Sabre Club; Booster 
Club; Lambda Psi Fraternity, Senior Beard Member and President of 

Pledge Class. 

TROUPE, PATRICIA ANN; B.S., Elementary Education; Transfer from 

Martin Junior College: SNEA; Wesley Foundation. 

TUCKER, JOHN CURTIS: B.S., Business Education: SNEA: Church of 

Christ Group: Intramurals: Talent Shows; Student Elections. 

TUCKER. REBECCA ALLEN; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; BSU. 

TURNER, GWENDOLYN JANE; B.S., Elementary Education. 

TURNER, JUDITH ANN; B.S.. Elementary Education. 

TUTTLE, LYNN HENRY; B.S., General Business; Sigma Tau Omega 

Fraternity. 

USERY, JOY MARIE; B.S., Home . Economics; Home Economics Club; 

Wesley Foundation: SNEA; ASB Student Directory Committee; Booster 

Club. 

VANCE, GRAY EPPS; B.S., Biology: Tiansfer from Tennessee Tech. 

VANCE, ROBBIE LYNDA; B.A., English; Dean's List; Honor Roll; SNEA: 

Alpha Mu Gamma. 

VANDERGRIFF, CAROLYN ANN; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA: 

ASB Hostess: Booster Club. 

VANDERPOOL, JO DORIS: B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA; Alpha 

Gamma Phi Sorority. 

VAUGHN, JOHN PORTER: B.S., Business Administration. 

VICTORY. WILLIAM FRANK; B.S.. Physical Education: Honorable 

Mention 2 years and ALL OVC I Year; Football Team; T-Club; Physical 

Education Club. 

WAKEFIELD. JOHN LYNN; B.S., Business Management; Pi Sigma Ep- 
silon. 

WAKEFIELD, STEVEN JOSEPH; B.S., Mathematics: Tennis Team: T-Club. 

WALKER, ALVIN MURREY: B.S., Accounting. 

WALKER. LEE ANN; B.S.. Art; SNEA; Art Club; Delta Phi Gamma 

Sorority: Kappa Pi. 

WALKER, SCOTT BARTON; B.S., Speech; Track and Sabre Club: 

SNEA: Art Club: Kappa Pi. 

WALLACE, ROY CLEVELAND: B.A., Art. 

WARREN, JACKIE FREDRICK: B.S., Business Administration; Triton 

Club: House of Representatives. 

WATTS. BARBARA JANE: B.S., Elementary Education. 

WAUFORD, JAMES TERRY: B.S., Business Management. 

WEBB, BRENDA DIANNE: B.S., Home Economics: Home Economics 

Club. 

WEBER MARY ANN; B.S., Animal Science: Merit Trophy Award for 
Block and Bridle Club; Colleoiale 4-H: Block and Bridle Club. 



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WEBSTER, DIANE YVONNE: B.S., Sociology and General Business: Phi 
Epsilon Sweetheart Court: Veterans Club Beauty: ROTC Sponsor: Drama 
Club: Booster Club: Tau Sigma. 

WELCH, JACK NOLAN: B.S.. History: Lambda Psi Fraternity, Presi- 
dent; Tau Sigma, Vice-President. 
V^ELCH, JOSEPH PRATT: B.S., Social Science. 
^ELCH, WILLIAM DAY; B.S., History. 

WELDING, RONALD J.: B.S., Social Science; Who's Who, Booster 
Club; College Young Democrats; Newman Club; Sigma Club; House of 
Representatives; Veteran's Club, Secretary: ASB Rules Committee. 
WERNER, SHARON LONG: B.S.. Home Economics: Home Economics 
Club: Booster Club: Cheerleader; SNEA. 

WEST, PATRICIA ANN; B.S., Physics; Tau Omicron; French Club; 
Chemistry Club; Church of Christ Group. 

WHITAKER, HELEN OBERCHAIN; B.S., Elementary Education; Pente- 
costal Church Group. 

WHITAKER, LYNN: B.S., Mathematics: Mathematics Club. 
WHITE, BARBARA CAROLE: B.S., Elementary Education: Alpha Gam- 
ma Phi Sorority, Alumni Chairman. 

WHITE, CAROL JEAN: B.S., Elementary Education; Canterbury Club; 
Booster Club; Raiderette Rifle Team; Tilton Club; SNEA. 
V/HITE. LINDA C; B.A.. English; Speaker Pro-Tempore of Senate; ASB 
Speaker of the Senate; Sophomore and Junior Senator; President's Cab- 
met; Sidelines; Raiderette Rifle Team; German Club, President: 
Young Republicans: Sports Car Club; Band of Blue; Spelunkers Club; 



International Club; Collegiate Co 
Service Club, Historian. 
WHITLEY, JACKIE DOYLE; B.S., 
WILBANKS, LINDA CAROL; B.A. 
Arms; MIDLANDER, Editor; Delta 



icil for UN; Booster Club; Women'; 

Biology; T-Club; Tennis Team. 
English; Alpha Phi Gamma, Sgt. at 
Pi Delta Sorority; French Club. 



'yVILEE, DONALD CLAYMAN; B.S., Sociology: Track and Sabre Club: 
Sports Car Club. 

WILEE, MYRA LUKER; B.S.. Home Economics; Home Economics Club. 
WILHITE, JAMES ROBERT: B.S., Physical Education; Football Teams. 
WILKINSON, DAN FRANKLIN; B.S., Industrial Arts; House of Rep- 
resentatives: Industrial Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Tau. 

WILLARD, MARCIA FRANCILLE; B.S., Biology and Computer Science; 
Dean's List; Who's Who: Mathematics Club; Gamma Beta Phi; Tri-Beta: 
House of Representatives. 

WILLIAMS, ANN SUTTON: B.S., Physical Education. 
WILLIAMS, BARBARA C; B.S., Elementary Education; Aquatic Club: 
Physical Education Club: Women's Alhletic Association: Girls Rifle 
Team; Methodist Student. 

WILLIAMS, BRENDA KAY; B.S., Art; Art Club; Booster Club 
WILLIAMS, DONALD BARRY; B.S., Physical Education 
WILLIAMS, GEORGIA MAE; B.S., Home Economics; Kappa Omicron 
Phi; Gamma Beta Phi; SNEA; Home Economics Club; BSU- Phi Theta 
Psi Sorority. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES GEOFFREY; B.S., Business; Veterans Club- Sports- 
man's Club. 
WILLIAMS, LARRY GORDON; B.S., History. 



B.S., Physical Education, 
nentary Education: Treble Chorale. 
Home Economics; Home Economics 
SNEA: House of Representatives; 



WILLMORE. LARRY HOUSTON; B.S., Marketing: American Marketing 
Association; Chi Alpha Pi Fraternity; Booster Club. 
WILSON. JOANNE; B.S.. Business Education: Pi Omega Pi; SNEA. 
WILSON, MARY JUDITH; B.S., Home Economics: Miss Midlander 
Contestant; Home Economics Club; Booster Club; ASB Hostess Commit- 
tee; Delta Phi Gamma Sorority, Recording Secretary and Vice-President 
MIDLANDER; SNEA. 

WINDROW, JAMES EDWIN; B.S., Business Administration. 
WINDROW, WILLIE ARLINE; B.S., Elementary Education; Treble 
Chorale: MENC; SNEA. 
WINKLER, CAMPBELL WAYNE; 
WOLFE, JOYCE GRAY; B.S., Eler 
WOMACK, BRENDA SUE; B.S., 
Chapter, 2nd Vice-President; BSU: 
Alpha Gamma Phi Sorority. 

WOMACK, IRIS FAYE: B.S., Business Education; Dean's List; Honor 
Roll: Pi Omega Pi; Kappa Delta Pi. 

V/OMACK, JAMES PAUL: B.S., History: Pi Kappa Delta; Pi Gamma 
Mu; Sigma Club; Lambda Psi; Sophomore Senator; ASB President; Wes- 
ley Foundation; SCU, President: Track and Sabre Club; Who's Who; 
Young Democrats: Pre-Law Club; CCUN. 
WOOD, SANDRA KAY; A.A., Nursing. 

WOODLEE, HAROLD CECIL; B.S., General Agriculture; Delta Tau 
Alpha, Vice-President; Block and Bridle Club. 

WOODY, FRANCES ELIZABETH: B.S., History; Cumberland Presby- 
terian Group, Vice-President; SNEA. Vice-President; Booster Club, 
Women's Athletic Association; House of Representatives: ASB Voting 
Commission; Drama Club. 

WOODY, FRED N.; B.S., Accounting; Senior Class Senator; Lambda 
Psi Fraternity; Circle K; Sigma Club; Delta Mu Delta; Accounting 
Society; Booster Club. 

WOODY, NANCY; B.S., English; Dean's List; Concert Choir; SNEA. 
WORTMAN. JEFFREY LYNN; B.S., Physical Education; Intramurals. 
WRIGHT, FREDRICK WESLEY; B.S., Physical Education: Distinguished 
Military Student and Graduate; Commendation Ribbon: Chi Alpha 
Pi Fraternity; T-Club; Circle K; Physical Education Club; Track and 
Sabre Club; Young Democrats Club; SNEA; Track Team; School Spirit 
Committee: ASB Social Committje: Booster Club; Intramurals. 
YANDLE, ROSEMARY: B.S., Biology. 

YOST, CHARLENE LILLIAN; B.S., Elementary Education; Rifle Team, 
Secretary and Treasurer; SNEA. 

YOUNG, MARY JO: B.S., Secretarial Administration; Transfer from 
Cumberland College; Church of Christ Group: Block and Bridle Club; 
House of Representatives; Collegiate 4-H Club; House of Representa- 
tives, Secretary. 

YOUNG. RICHARD E.; B.S., Business Management; Economics and 
Finance Club. 

ZAGER, HARRY RONALD: B.S., Finance. 

ZEBER, NANCY FAYE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA, Special 
Projects Chairman; ASB Special Projects Committee: Buchanan Players: 
Cumberland Presbyterian Group: Booster Club; WAA. 



STUDENT INDEX 



A 

Abbasi, Sami Mustafa 219 
Abbott, Anne Elizabeth, 294 
Abbott, Thomas Eddie 305 
Abboud, Riyad Asad, 219 
Abies, Cheryle Suzanne, 133 265 
Abies, Wanda Lynn, 265 
Acklen, Alana Lee 305 
Acutf, Frank Lewis, 305 
Acylt, Norrls Flay, Jr. 305 
Adair, George Milton 281 
Adair, Virginia Lee 265 

Anne Lorene, 46. 66 202. 215 221. 



281 



Ada 



Barba 



a Fay, 203, 206 216 294 
il Barkley, 226, 305 



ison, Dennis Lynn, 305 
ck, Barbara Jean, 231, 294 
ck, Bettye Sue, 305 

104, 222 



ck, Ernest Wan 



191 



Adcock, Marilyn Wilson 50 222 265 

Adcock, Peggy Sue 305 

Adcock William Scott 281 

Agan, Joseph Michael,' 265 

Agee, .Blanche Lynn 294 

Agee, Deborah Sue 305 

Agee, Linda Joyce, 305 

Akers, James Orion, 207 305 

Akin, Charles William Lee 281 

Akin. Terry Bruce, 294 

Akin, Winifred Ann, 294 

Albanese, David Alan. 58. 294 

Albano. Joseph Michael, 188, 281 

Albert, Jnhnny, 305 

Alderson Pamela Elaine 66 265 



Ale 



305 



Alexander, Julia Clayton, 128. 131, 281 



Alexa 


nder, R 


oy Dayton, 294 


Alexa 


nder, S 


jsan E, Brown, 265 


Alford Marl 


yn Louise, 305 


Alford Paula 


Annette, 137, 294 


Allen 


Carol 


Ann. 305 


Allen 


Chery 


Frances, 53, 60, 72, 78 


204. 


265 




Allen 


Cynth 


a Melissa, 305 


Allen 


Donna 


Ruth. 137 


Allen 


Gory Nelson, 281 


Allen 


Henry 


Wayne 146 


Allen 


James 


Kelly, 265 


Allen 


Judy S 


immons, 294 


Allen 


Larry 


Harold. 281 


Allen 


Linda 


Juanita. 305 


Allen 


Patric 


a Lou, 305 


Allen 


Phyllis 


Kay, 294 


Allen 


Russel 


Hawkins, Jr., 265 


Allen 


Wand 


a Sharon, 131, 265 


Allen 


Wayne 


H., 294 


Alley, 


Willia 


Ti Edward 281 


Allma 


n, Larr 


Steven, 305 


Alber 


, John 


y, 305 


Ambu 


rgev, J 


ane Holt, 281 


Amon 


ett. Ma 


ry Emily 61, 211, 232, 28 


Amon 


ette, J 


dith Karen 294 


Ande 


snn. Be 


tty Gayle, 137 


Ande 


son, Br 


enda Carol, 63, 294 


Ande 


son, Dc 


n Lee, 294 


Ande 


son Ja 


mes Horace, 192 


Ande 


son, Jc 


seph Neill, Jr,, 281 


Ande 


son, Ka 


ren Ann 294 


Ande 


son K = 


thieen Paschall 63 294 


Ande 


son, Kt 


nneth Wayne, 305 


Ande 


son. La 


wrence Orbery. 265 


Ande 


son, M 


ary Alice, 305 


Ande 


son. N 


ancy Kipp, 203, 206, 305 


Ande 


son. Ro 


bert Farrell, 305 



Anderson William Wyatt, 294 

Andrews Norma Jean 78, 265 

Andrews, Wanda Louise, 66, 68 265 

Anthony, Thomas 294 

Apple, Marsha Hackett. 305 

Appleton, Charles Edward 294 

Arms, Judy C. Davis, 265 

Armsbury Randall Byron 265 

Armstrong, Je Vena Colbert, 131, 265 

Armstrong, Kerry Dale, 294 

Arney, Linda Sue, 305 

Arnold Deborah Rose 305 

Arnold, James Neal 294 

Arnold. James Wendell, 265 

Arnold, Lloyd Baxter, 46 148 221 224, 

228. 265 
Arnold, Max Gregory 192 
Arnold, Richard Arthur 203 206 218 230, 

281 
Arnold, Vivia Gay, 305 
Arp, Bennie Robert. 265 
Ashby, Joe Randall. 294 
Ashby, Sam Michael, 70, 294 
Ashton Robert Hayes, 51, 71, 76, 265 
Astnger, Nadine Louise 265 
Aston, David Lee, 294 
Atchley, Bronce Harrison 192 
Atchley Norris Allen 294 
Atchley, Sally Jo, 305 
Atchley. Virgil Anderson, 198, 206, 281 
Austin Claude Eugene, 73, 265 
Austin, Lester Thomas 281 
Austin, Virgina F. Tucker, 305 
Avaritt, Wanda Kay, 305 
Avery, Patricia Anne, 305 
Aydelott, Leonard Paul, 281 
Ayers, Donald Knight. 142 
Ayers, Linda Ann Chestnutt. 265 
Aymett, Bernadlne Elizabeth, 98, 294 



Baggott, Buford David, 14 



Charle 



305 



ley, Donald Edw 
ley, James Elwood, 294 
ley James Michael 305 
ley Jotin M chaell, 184 
ley Karen La Nelle 305 
ley, Leslie Ray, 225, 265 
ley Robert Mike 198 281 
n, Edd Terrel, 199, 206 
;er David Edward 142 265 
;er Edward Allan. 212, 281 
63, 281 



Rhe 



Wayr 
a Arle 



305 
', 294 



nani Mohsen, 219 305 
in, Jerald Wayne 265 
Roy Edward 281 



nore Walter Haynes 265 

Philip Daniel, 204, 228, 305 
;r M chael Stephen, 305 
oft, Ronald Kingsley 142, 228, 265 



dy, Dennis Shields, 
ks Judy Fay, 305 
nister, James Willi, 
croft, Lovella Jane 



Charles Lav. 



45, 49, 61, 66, 



366 



Barker, John Richard, 64, 76 228 

Ba'kley, Rita Lee, 294 

Barleson, Susan, 305 

Barnard, Weakley Edward 294 

Barnes, Barbara Gail, 294 

Barnes, Betty Ann, 47. 139, 281 

Barnes, Betty Diane 305 

Barnes, Beverly Ann 281 

Barnes, Brenda Kay 305 

Barnes, Carl Dennis, 75, 104, 110 220 

Barnes Edward Sherman 294 

Barnes, Eleanor Ann 305 

Barnes, James Vernon Jr. 294 

Barnes, Neil Trun 



1 Arle 



, 305 



Barnett. Garrett Lee. 73, 281 
Barnett. LaFayette G. Jr. 208 
Barnett, Linda Jane 294 
Barnett, Paul Reed 163 224 265 
Barnette. Gloria 204 
Barnhill. Elizabeth Elaine 63 78 

•210. 281 
Barnhill, Janice Edna 294 
Barr, Ellen Diana, 104 305 
; William. 226 



ett, Barba 



orgs 



294 



reft 


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Bass, Patricia LaVergh, 218 281 
Bastian, Sheelah Sherwood' 215 219 
Batcheldor, Ann McGuire' 305 
Batson, Julia Faye, 130, 131 225 
Baucum, Gipson Henry, 193 305 
Baugh, Bryan Duncan 146 
Baugh, Sandra Frances, 46, 198 305 
Baumstark. Catherine Valene 305 
Baumstark, Michael Paul, 148 221 265 

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Ba»te-. Leia Beatrice 265 
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Beard, Barbara Lee 306 

Beard. Clara Lillian' 281 

Beard, David Lynn 146 294 

Beard. Nancy Eulonda.'2l6 306 

Bearden. Patsy June. 281 

Beasley. Edward Anderson Jr 141 M 

Beasley. John Robert 306 ' 

Beasley. Mary Alice' 306 

Beasley. Nancy Delaine 306 

Beasley. Shirley Kay 306 

Batty. Ronald Wayne 294 

Beaty. James Keith 58 281 

Beavers. James Edward. 64. 265 

Beazley William David, 210 265 

Beck, Brenda J. Griffin 281 

Beck. Scott Bradford 294 

Becker. Mary Alice. '92, 227 229 248 

Becker, Reid Allen 281 

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I. Howard Franklin' 281 

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Beniamin, Manuel Clifford' NO 
BenKo, Mark William 204 214 
Bennett, Cleljo 294 ' 
Bennett, Dora Ella 306 
Bennett. Douglas Claude. 46 148 
Bennett. Douglas. Jr., 140, 141 281 
Bennett, Jo Ann 149 294 
Bennett, Kenna Gene 265 
Bennett, Michael Horace 281 
Bentley, Donna Mae III' 
Bentson, Darryl Allan, 172 175 
Bernard, M. 110 
Beshears, Joe Don. 207, 222 281 
Bethel, Patricia Ann 265 
Bevlns. James Lynn, '|05 
Bible, Cheryl Rhea 102 
Bigelow, Brenda Kay, 128, 139 294 
Bigger, Delia Welborn 93 281 
Bilbrey, Elizabeth Joan 306 
Bilbrey, Kenneth Wayne, 65 266 



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Bilbro, Frank Garner 228 

Bingham Mary Pamela 294 

Binkley, Linda Joyce, 131. 281 

B rchett. Jack Lee. 110 198 281 

Bird, Terry Cornelius. 150. 266 

Bissnger. Jennifer Mae 306 

Bivens. Patricia Kaye 227. 266 

Black. Carole Sue. 266 

Black, Jon Howard. 46 73 266 

Black, Melvin Eugene, 44 45 56 52 61 

150, 211 212. 266 
Black. Zita Kay. 135, 294 
Blackford, Joan Leslie 294 
Blackford Judith Ann 282 
Blaikie Mary Katharine 266 
Blair, Janis Joy, 68 282 ' 
Blair. Johnnie Ann 306 
Blair. Mary Elizabeth. 221 226 282 
Blair, Norma Stonecipher, III 
Blair. Pamella Kay. 306 
Blake, Jeanetta Faye. Ill 131 282 
Blakely, Elizabeth Kaye, 294 
Blanchard, Sherry Jo 306 
Blanke, Janet Lynn 294 
Blankenship, Gary Steven 294 
Blankenship, Nelly McClu, 74 282 
Blankenship, Richard Stephen 306 
Blankenship, Thomas Kenneth, 50 55 73. 

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Blevlns. Mary Edith 209 

Blevlns. Rosalyn Gayle. 231. 294 

Bllck. Larry Wayne 198 

Bloodworth. Hazel. Maezora 231 294 

Blum. Charles Gregory. 294 ' 

Blumen. William Barry, 208 294 

Bobo Mary Ruth 295 

Bock, Gerhard Otto 306 

Boggess, James Victor, 282 

Bols, Ronald Barry 295 

Bokop, Frederick Henry Jr. 306 



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Bolton. Linda Ann 295 
Bond, Gradle Lee. 219 233 
Bonds. Thomas David 306 
Bonds. Willie Harde'n 295 
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Booth, Merrill Ann, 92, 227 229 248 282 

Boshers. Sandra Gail. 306 

Bottoms. Thomas Michel 223 304 306 

Bowden. Roy Allen 46 73 295 

Bowen. Binnle Kay ' 306 

Bowen. Reglna Elizabeth 139 224 282 

Bowers. Debbie Ann 306 

Bowers, Diana Lynn, 295 

Bowers, Michael Wayne 142 266 

Bowling, Cheryl Dean 306 

Bowling, Laura Belle 149 266 

Bowling, Patricia Faye 216 282 

Bowman, Patricia Nicholson III 

Box, Jerold William, 75 105 110 203 282 

Box, Ronald James 306 

Boyce. Aaron Davis 295 

Boyce, Jane. 201 

Boyce, Wanda Bryan 266 

Boyd, Doyle Arthur, jr., 146 266 306 

Boyd, Larry David 142 

Boyd, Mary Ann 295 

Boyer, Charles E. 306 

Bozeman. Sandra Jean. 90. 133. 208 209 

295 
Brachey. Douglas Hayes. 295 
Bracken Charles Randall 282 
Bradford Johnny Joe 3'06 
Bradford. Nancy Elise' 295 
Bradley. David Harold 306 
Bradley. Eston Lee 306 
Bradley. Gary Lynn 306 
Bradley Idella Mai 206 295 
Bradley. J. D. 203 
Bradley. Linda Sue. 282 
Brady, Randall Denton 184 224 
Bragg. William Brents. 306 
Brakebill. Joe Blair 295 
Brakebill. William Alan 142 201 295 
Braly. Brenda Joy 282 
Brame. Mary Ann 306 
Brandon. Alvin Wyly 306 
Brantley. Frances Gayle. 137. 282 
Brantley. Thomas Ray 120 146 
Brantly. Dennis Ciarkson 306 
Bratcher. David Leslie 282 
Breeding. Donald McGlawn 266 
Breedlove. William Lenzy 306 
Brewer Brenda Joy 306 
Brewer. Margaret Elaine, 98 306 
Brewer, Margaret Imogene, 98 216, 306 
Brewer, Ted Phillip, 74 
Brickell Wendy Weller III 295 
Brldgeforth, Harriet Gall 306 
Bridges lleen Domenica 295 
Brightwell, William Thomas 181 214 
Brimm, Richard Austin, 266 
Brltt Paul Carleton 53 
Britr, Susan Bryan, 135 221 226 227, 266 
Britton Janice Gertrude. III. 199. 282 
Brodiol. Gary Pierce 46 146. 203 206 
Brodlol. JudI Anne 306 
Sroetnel Mike 223 
Bromley. Joy Ann 306 
Brooks. Carolyn Joan 306 
Brooks. Gail Diana. 306 
Brooks Joseph William Jr. 282 
Brooks. Sylvester. 120. 306 
Brooks Virginia Payne 198 206 
Brookshire Victoria Isabelle 215 295 
Broome. Paul Alexander 295 
Brown. Barbara Janice. 306 
Brovn. Billy Garrett. 306 



Brown. Carol Ann. 306 

Brown, Cathy Ingrid. 306 

Brown, Eddy Allen. 146 282 

Brown. Gary Lee. 120 

Brown. Gerry Delane. 231, 266 

Brown, Janet Marie, 45, 46, 47, 48, 66 128 

139. 207. 282 
Brown. Joann. 306 
Brown, Judith Ellen, 295 
Brown. Larry Etma 150 
Brown. Leslie Marie 306 
Brown. Linda Gall. 46. 135. 266 
Brown. Linda Susan. 221 295 
Brown, Lynn Edward, 211 
Brown, Patricia Ann, 204. 295 
Brown. Paula Bernadette 211 
Brown. Philip Ray. 282 
Brown. Phillip Herman 73 
Brown. Randall Millard. 198. 221. 282 
Brown. Richard Gale Jr. 228 306 
Brown. Sammye Kaye, 231. 295 
Brown. Sandra Kay, 306 
Brown. Stephen Moon 150 
Brown. Thomas Sherman, 172. 175 
Brown, Tony Grey 306 
Brown. Wanda Faye 282 
Brown. Wanda Lee. 66. 221 
Brown, Willie Earl. 172 176 
Browning, Ernie David, 64 282 
Bruce, Gwendolyn Diane, 128, 132, 133 
Bruce, Sandra Darnell, 66 70 282 
Bruha, Donna Marie 204 
Brumit, Yolanda Rue. 295 
Brunner. Camilla C, Peraldo 110 
Brunson. Thad Nolen. 203. 206 295 
Bryan, Betty Louise 306 
Bryan, Bobby Harold 306 
Bryan, David Waymon 220 
Bryan, Flora Donnette, 306 
Bryan, John Thomas. 110, III 
Bryan, John Thompson, Jr., I 10. I I I 266 
Bryan. Julie Anne. 295 
Biyan. Phillip Wayne 266 
Bryan William Howard 306 
Bryant. Beebe Darlene 131 295 
Bryant. Dan Thomas 295 
Bryant, Gilbert Mictiael 228 306 
Bryant. Nancy Carole. 295 
Bryant. Pamela Elaine 295 
Bryson, Andy B., 307 ' 
Bryson, Susan Smith, 282 
Bryson, William Allen Jr. 192 
Buchanan Kay Laraine 307 
Buchanan. Robert Lane 142 
Buchanan. Virginia Lee. 307 
Buchanan William Bose. Jr. 142 228 
Buckner. Brenda Ann. 68, 74 231 266 
Buckner, Randall Ray, 307 
Bugbee, Mary Jane 266 
Buhler. Charles Franklin 282 
Bullington. Bettye Irene 266 
Bullion. Judy Faye 295 
Burch. Gregory Lynn. 307 
Burd.en. Elvis Wayne. 210. 266 
Burgess. Mary Faye 307 
Burgess. Maurice Ray 307 
Burk. Laura Elizabeth 307 
Burkhalter, Deborah Jean 307 
Burkhalter. James Crawford 222 
Burks. Barbara Ann 307 
Burks. Charles Ronald 307 
Burks. Kathy Jean 307 
Burnett. William Allen Jr. 307 
Burns. Donna Katherlne 307 
Burns. Jane Annette 295 
Burns. Jeannette Clair. 307 
Burns. Joyce Marie. 70. 220 295 
Burns. Ronald Quinton 211 307 
Burrls. Carol Elizabeth 307 
Burrough. Jeannette Marie 266 
Burt. Lucy Sharon. 282 
Burt. Robert Carroll 266 
Burton. Franklin Lewis 266 
Burton. Lavada Sue 139 
Burton. Lynda Lee. 201, 215, 221 266 
Burton. Miriam Sue 221 307 
Butler. Ellen Clare 307 
Butler. Richard Lee, 148, 221 225 266 
Butner. Alvin Kenneth 282 
Butts, Katha Pearl 224, 295 
Butts, William Calvin 295 
Buzan, Allen Douglas 307 



Caballero, Hernan Ernesto. 219 295 

Cady. David Timothy 266 

Caffy. Martha Cynthia 307 

Caffy, WilLam Elmer '266 

Cairns. Joseph James 295 

Calahan. Margaret Elizabeth 66 68 133 

282 
Calfee. Martha Ann 307 
Calhoun. Jonna Lu, 266 
Call, Brenda Carol, 74, 78, 97. 130 131 

266 
Callaway. Jean LeRoy. 225. 307 
Calvert. Donald Wayne, 282 
Calvert, Gary Lee. 230 
Calvert. John Gregory. 307 
Campbell. Anna Bee 266 
Campbell Barry Allen 295 
Campbell; Cheryl Diana 307 
Campbell. Cynthia Ann 133 
Campbell. George Goodrich 266 
Campbell. Jo Ann. 48 84 104 149 282 
Campbell. Lana Marlene 74 'l35 
Campbell. -Larry Adonis 295 
Campbell. Mala Paulette. 74 221 266 
Campbell Phyllis Terry 295 
Campbell. Sharyn Elsie. 201 233 266 
Cannon Kay. 307 
Cannon. Judy Geraldlne 295 
Cantrell. Bobby Lee III 
Cantrell. Dianna Faye 266 
Cantrell. James Gary 307 
Cantrell. Linda Faye 295 



Cantrell. Sandra Elaine 266 

Cantrell, Shirley Jean, 266 

Cantrell. William Drake, 75 105, 110 

Caperton, James Hugh, Jr.. 295 

Caplenor. Howard Kenney 266 

Garden, Bobbie Jean. 266 

Garden. Carolyn Jeanine. 307 

Cardwell. Oonnie Ray, 307 

Carlisle. Geraldine. 85. 136. 137 

Carlson. Edwin Eric. 307 

Carlton. Cynthia, 110 

Carlton. Joe Morris. 295 

Carmack. Donald Edward 266 

Carmichael. Jerry. 266 

Carnahan. Alfred Maynard, Jr.. 192 307 

Carney, Gene Gordon, 163, 224 

Carney, William Eugene 142 

Caroland, Robert S. 282 

Carpenter. Bobby Chesnut 75 104 IK 

295 
Carpenter, Wanda Lee, 282 
Carrlger, Martha Avery 307 
Carroll, Martha Janet 295 
Carroll, Patricia Eileen. 307 
Carson. Barbara Ellen. 307 
Carson. Tim Allen. 307 
Carter. Howard Koehler 65 218 



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Carter. Joseph Otis 73 

Carter Kenneth David 295 

Ca-ter. Linda Felton 2'66 

Carter. Mary Ann 307 

Carter. Nancy Elizabeth. 307 

Carter. Thomas Denison. 282 

Cartwright. John Graham 226 

Cartwright. Priscllla Ann 205 

Carver. Jackie Farrell. i'BI 

Carver. John Fenner. 282 

Carver. Kay. 307 

Carver, Keith Shaw, 22^, 267 

Casey, Pamela Jean, 211, 214 

Cashlon, Kerry Leslie, 282 

Cassady, Mary Elizabeth 267 

Cassetty, Thomas Tardy, 267 

Castleman, Linda Kay, 295 

Gate, Linda Sue, III, 307 

Cathey, Donald Wilson 64 207 282 

Cathey, James Dallas, 124 

Cathey. James Preston. 124. 226. 267 

Cathey. Peggy Marie 282 

Cathey. Roger Curtis. 307 

Cato. Mary Frances 307 

Caudle. Dallas Green. Jr. 142 295 

Center. John Allen 215 

Centimole. Stephen Anthony 295 

Chambers. Michael Steven 46 122 295 

307 
Chambers, Mitchell Eddy 226 
Chambers. Patricia Anne 135 
Chamblee. Patricia Elizabeth 205 
Champion. Ardle Richard 282 
Chance. Michael Ray 282 ' 
Chandler William Michael 208 
Chaney. David Michael 295 
Chapman. James M.. Jr. 282 
Chapman, Nancy Ellen 307 
Chisholm Mary Jean 307 
Chapman, William Massey 228 
Chappell. Edward Webb Jr. 146 
Chappell. Thomas Hyde 145' 
Chase Allen Barnard 29'5 
Chattin. Marilyn 216' 307 
Cheatham. James Owen 295 
Cheatham. Paul Wayne 282 
Cheatham. Steve Douglas. 307 
Chenard. Gerard, 267 
Chenard, Roger Gerard, 47, 48 146 282 
Cherry Kelly Duke 282 
Cherry, Larry Wayne 307 
Cherry, Myron Lee, 307 
Chester, Jeannie Ranelle 225 295 
Chisholm. Mary Jean 307 ■ 
Chism, Donna Jean. 295 
Chltwood Theodore Charles 58 142 267 
Choate. James Edwin. 282 
Chrisman. Gary Wayne. 181. 224 
Christie. Sharon Paulettle 307 
Christie. Thomas Francis. 71 218 
Chr'stle William Donald 142 
Chumbley Connie Jean 220. 295 
Chumley. Tony Wayne 73 282 
Churchill. Carol Lee 205. 307 
Cibis. Linda Kay 295 
Clanton. Brenda Gall. 137 220 
Clardy. Emma Jo. 295 
Clark. Carolyn Lee. 201. 295 
Clark. Carolyn Sue. 201 307 
Clark. Edith Ann 102 307 
Clark. Forrest Shelton 266 
Clark. Gary Foster 295 
Clark. Larry Dallas 295 
Clark Roger Wllburn 307 
Clark. Sue Davis. 267 
Clark. Virginia Gayle 216 267 
Clary. Betty Jo. 307 
Clary. William Clarence Jr.. 222 
Claxton, George Wayne 161 267 
Clay. Carolvn Diane. 136 137 267 
Clayborne. Eddy Phillip 307 
Clayborne. Gary Alton. 225. 264. 267 
Clayton. Laura Keeble. 295 
Clayton. Patricia Ruth. 70, 136 137 282 
Clements. Steven Wallace. 307 
Clemmer. Mary Catherine, 69, 78. 203 

216. 283 
Clendenon Anthony Villa 307 
Cleveland. Donald Lewis. 295 
Cllburn. Treva Dianne. 295 
Clinard, John Wayne 295 
Cline, Nathan Reuben 296 
Clinton. George Stanley. Jr.. 52. 61, 75, 

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Clonts. Linda Maureen. 296 
Close. Peggy Ann 296 
Clouse. Gayla Elaine. 267 
Coates, John Thomas. Jr.. 267 



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Cobb, Donna Carole, m. 225, 296 

Cochran, Francis Derald -46 172 175 

Cochran. Joseph Martin Jr. 267 

Cockerham. James Walter 150 2?6 

Coe. Harold Allison, 104 I tO 

Coggins, Allen Reese, 283 

Colbert. Barry Alan 307 

Cole, Julian David i92 

Colebrooke, Flora Gall 46 78 232 

Coleman, Donald Reese 307 

Coleman, Haskel Coats, 307 

Coleman James Michael 307 

Coleman, Martha Kay 267 

Coleman, Mary Benton, 135 267 

Coleman. Noel Voyett, Jr., 283 

Coltey, Sue Evelyn 307 

Collins, Eddie Joe, 201, 206, 233 267 

Collins, James Richard 307 

Collins, Jeanle Kay, 72, 135 143 204 267 

Collins, Linda Marie 89 

Colquitt, David Steven 184 

Colyar, Allan Lane 283 

Comer, Barbara Sue, 221 283 

Compton. James Michael 124 

Conatser, Michael Andy 307 

Condra. Mary Sue. 296 

Connelly, Edwin Taylor 146 

Connelly. Elaine. Ill, 267 

Connelly, Jane Claire 307 

Conn_er, William Burnell 204 308 

Consagra. Linda Onofria 296 

Conway. Angela Jinx, 216, 308 

Cook, Charles Hubble 296 

Cook. David Cross. 51. 72 76 267 

Cook. Howard Glynne. 46 206 283 

Cook. Juanita June. 66. 68. 78. 221. 233 

Cook. Judy Ovenia 308 

Cook, Linda Greer, 63, 110 III 267 

Cook, Paul Edward 267 

Cook, Robert Lynn, 142 283 

Cook. William John 2^7 

Cook. William Miles. 283 

Cooke. Margaret Louise 104 308 

Cooke. Robert David, 206 

Coon, Carolyn Mercedes, III 308 

Cooper. Carole Frances 220 

Cooper, James Evans 267 

Cooper. Lloyd Thomas. 283 

Cooper Marsha Ann. 201 267 

Cope, Janet Marlene, 128, 136, 137 267 

Cope, Judith Ann, 47, 226 227 267 

Copeland, Claudia Ruth 206 308 

Copeland, Thomas Welsh, 65, 218 267 

Cordell, Barry Raymone 308 

Cordell, Johnny Gilbert 283 

Corder, Susan Marie 267 

Cornes, William Buchner, 142, 212 228 

283 
Cornett, Barbara Sue, 221, 227 267 
Cornetf, David Collins, 141, 142 283 
Cosper, Dennis Elbert 296 
Cothern. William Michael 283 
Cothran, Charles Michael' 308 
Cottran, Charles Michael 308 
Cothran, Kernie Brown 308 
Cofhron Jimmy S., 308 
Cotter, Charles Aloyslus 210 267 
Coulter, Byron Luther, 201 267 
Covell, William Michael, 105 
Covington, Joyce Elaine,' 68 74 78 267 
Cowan, Billy Joe 296 
Cowan, John Thomas, 65, 218 283 
Cowan. Michael Leiand 224 
Cowan. Shirley Edna 308 
Co«. Donna C. Hackett 283 
Co<. Geraldlne Elizabeth 308 
Cox. James Howard 283 
Cox. Larry Gibbs, 206 267 
Cox. Linda Kaye. 267 
Cox, Margaret Lee, 105 110 III 
Cox Patrick Clayton, Jr.. 215, 228 283 
Crabtree, Kenneth Floyd, 110 308 
Crabtree, Margaret Carol 267 
Crabtree, Paul Hampton, jr 296 

r !■ '^°':iy,J^°''"'"' 75, 110, III, 210, 283 

Cralton, Will, am Fisher, 64 267 

Crajg, William Smith. Jr.. 220 283 

Cranford. Susan Lee, 137, 296 

Craven. James William, 58, 199, 206, 224 

Crelghton, Danny Earl 308 

Cress, Mike Alan 296 

Crick, Betty Darlene 296 

Crick, Steven Ray, 308 

Crlppen, Gene Edward. 193 

Crooks. Jesse Goldman 267 

Crosslin, Richard Clark.' 226 267 

Crosslin, Robert Clark 76 233 

Crouch, Rebecca Ann, 308 

Crowder, Janet Lynn, 107, 139 147 283 

Crowder, Lee Ollen Jr. 267 

Crowder Roy Dallas 212 

Crowe, Lloyd Eugene 296 

Crowell, Allen Dale 296 

Crowell Carol Lee 267 

Crownover, Dennis Lee, 267 

Crumbliss Joseph Howe, 215 283 

Crulchfjeld,, Larry Wayne 58 

Crye, Luther Leall, Jr. 58 296 

Culbreath, Georgia Carol, 308 

Cummings, Patricia Lynn, 68, 78 133 218 

267 
Cummings, Sara Edmundson 267 
Cummins, Nancy Patterson, 267 
Cunningham, Allie Ruth 207 283 
Cunningham, Billy Gordon, 226 
Cunningham, John Edward 283 
Cunningham, Charles 142 
Cunnyngham, Robert Gregg, 181 
Curtman, Donna Kay 308 
Curl, Michael Stephen 308 
Curley, Mary Jo 204 
Curry. Jennifer Jo, 205 308 
Curtis, Linda Ann, 296 
Curtis, Sandra Lea, 268 



Dacus, Ronald Lee, 192 
Daffron, Patricia Ann. 268 
Dahlgren. Charles Hanson. 184 224 
Dale, Charles Nelson Jr. 146 
Dale, Sherry Maurine III 221 
Dalton, James Ewlnq. 208 
Dsnlel, Benjlman Harris 268 
Darnel, Carey Glenn 283 
Daniel, Charles Robert 181 224 
Daniel. Elizabeth Ann 201 283 
Daniel. Sharon Ann, 225, 308 
Daniel, Thomas Michael 150 296 
Darden, Glenn Howard 283 
Dansthey. John 224 
Darius. Watson J,. 283 
Darnell. Judy Carolyn 296 
Daugherty. Dl.ie Lynne 308 
Daughtrey, John Calvin Jr. 268 
Daughtry, Georgia Lee, 136,' 137, 



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Davs Brenda Gail 296 
Davis, Connie Mae, 201, 308 
Davis, Glenn Burton, 105 110 
Davis, Janet Andrea, 283 



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Davis, Johnnie Lee, 296 

Davis, Martha Ann, 233 

Dav's, Martha Frances, 233 266 

Davis, Martha Loralne 233 

Davis, Michaell Dwain 268 

Davis, Peggy Sue, III,' 308 

Davis, Richard Clayton 268 

Davis, Richard Scott, jr., 148 225 268 

Dav.s, Ronald Terry 268 

Davis, Ronnie Eugene, 226 308 

Davis, Sandra Lee 296 

Davis, Stephen Austin, 120 308 

Davis, Terry Gwynn 296 

Davis, Ther'esa Marlene 198 

Davis, Wayne Thomas 268 

Dawson William Bradford 268 

Dawson, Woodrow Scott 308 

De George, Vincent Angelo, Jr„ 104 

De Long, Janice Gall 110 

Deacon, Nancy Kathryn 283 

Deal. Vickl Lee 308 

Dean. Betty Jo. 283 

Dean. Glena Jean. 211 296 

Dean. John Wiley 201 296 

Dearlnq. David Morris.' 214 231 308 

Deaton, David Kennith 283 

Deaver. Janle Lynn. 224 283 

Deck. Patricia Diann. 211 308 

Dedman. Patricia Apple, 283 

Oelk, Barbara Anne 46 66 68 78 1 

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Delk. Patricia. 201, 308 



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Delozier, Jeanne A., 46 219 283 

Delong, Janice Gall, 63, 105, 283 

Delvln, Barbara Ann 283 

Delvln, Clyde Henry, III 122 

Dempsey. Helen Frances 296 

Denney, Alma Jean, 68 98 

Denny. Gloria Dean. 283 

Denny. William Dallas 308 

Denson, Beverly 308 

Den,-. Danny Frank. 122 123 

Deprlest, Gene. 142. 283 

Derryberry. Janice Darlene, 78, 201 283 

Dervln Barbara A. 308 

Detlefsen, Lynn Alice, 296 

Devlin, Mary E., 296 

Dewey Carol Ann, 62, 70, 283 

Dews, Thomas David 268 

Dick, Robert Paisley' 296 

Dlrkerson, Beth Ann, 308 

Dlckerson, Mary Ellen, 6A, 78 210 268 

Dickey, Daniel Eugene 308 

Dickey, Hugh Dewltt 308 

Dickinson, Randall Lee, 211 

Dlckman, James Walter 143 228 

Dickson, James Manley 268 

Dleckman, Dana Martin 224 296 

Dillck, Juanita Mai Sloan 204 

Dick, Maurice David. 52, 76 204 215 

268 
Dillehay, Glenn Woodrow 120 228 
Dillon, Barry Keith 283 
Dillon, Susan Carol, 296 
Dimmock, Janice Jay, 268 
Dinning, William Douglass, 64, 207 268 
DIsmukes, Anna Louise, 135, 221, 283 
Disspayne, William Leroy, 268 
Dixon, Donna Christine, 63, 105, 110 268 
Dixon, Martha Kay, 84, 93, III 128 131 

145, 227, 229, 248 283 
D.xon Suellen, 74 78 

Dixon, Valeria Jane, 221, 226 227 264 268 
Dobert, Anthony Lucien 142 
Dobler, George Scott 296 
Dockum, Nancy Edwina 308 
DoHd, Christine Simpson, 78, 268 
Dodrt John Ellsworth Jr. 268 
Dodd. Linda Sue. 62. 70. 128 130 131 283 
Dodd. Patricia Ann. 296 
Dodds William Nelson Jr. 268 
Dodson, Alfred Clyde, Jr. 205 268 
Dodson. Donald Ray 296 
Dodson, John Martin, 50, 65 201 221 268 
Dodson, Johnie Lee 268 
Doebler, Dennis James, 296 
Domeck Michael Alexander 206 
Donegan George Michael 283 
Donegan Janice Marie. 296 
Donnell. Cynthia Louise, 137, 283 
Donoho William Earl 296 
Dorrls, Joy Diann, 283 
Dorris, Robert Reynold 308 
Dorrls, William Richard, 192 308 
Doss, Rita Gayle, 308 
Dotson, Roger Dwight, 308 



Douglas, Julia Arlene 47, 97. Ill 139, 

211, 284 
Douglas Kafhy Paulette 308 
Douglas, Martha Jane 268 
Douglas, Rodema Faye 62 70 130, 131, 

284 
Douglas, Terry Dwaln, 268 
Douglass, John 284 
Douglass, Shirley E. McGee 231 268 
Dow, Jan Lea, 284 
Dowell, Nancy Ann 74, 284 
Dowell, Tant Eddie 296 
Downs, Claudette, 105 107 308 
Drake, Diane Lynn, 133 
Drake, Sandra D. Barnes 74 284 
Drane. Bonnie Annette 284 
Draper. Gary Hill 161 
Drawdy. Laura Kay, 204, 308 
Drayton, James Bradley, 68, 284 



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Driver, Stephen Clyde, 104 

Dron, Patrick Harold 192 

Drukenbrod, Richard Caffy 124 

Drye, Jeanina Dianne, 211, 296 

Ducker, Gary Lee, 308 

Ducker, Janice Elaine, 68, 72, 203, 206 

224, 284 
Ducker, Paul E, 203 
Ducklo, Tommy Joseph, 203, 204 215 
Dudney, Judith Anne 284 
Duff, Phyllis Kay 284 
Duff, Sandra Jean 296 
Duffle, James Franklin. 103 120 
Duggan. Deborah Sue. 110 308 
Dungan. Sharon Elizabeth, ' 54 60 97 135 

268 
Duggln. James Thomas. 284 
Duggin. Janet. 284 
Duggln Virgil Carroll 308 
Duke. Brenda Gayle 308 
Duke. Carolyn Ann 284 
Duke, Danny Allen 268 
Duke. Dennis Lowell 296 
Duke. Stephen Wesley 308 
Duke. Wllma Faye 308 
Dunaway, William Terry 308 
Dunbar, Layton Gerald. 52. 124 223 
Duncan, Mary Margaret. 66 78 92 134 

135. 227, 229, 284 • , . 

Duncan, Patricia Ann. 45. 46 47 48 55 

66. 68, 70, 78, 139, 198 206 221 268 ' 
Duncan, Roy Bradley 308 
Duncan. William Larry 308 
Dunham. Rita Carol 296 
Dunlvan. Ronald Alan 308 
Dunlap. Barbara Lynn.' 304. 308 
Dunlap. Douglas Neblett. 268 
Dunlap, Llnda'Partain 284 
Dunn. James Douglas 308 
Dunn. James Marion 224 
Dunn. Jerry Ray 268 
Ourall. Ronna 308 
Durham. Carolou Perry. 211 218 
Durrett, Francy Kay. 308 
Duszynski. Linda Romalne 296 
Dutton. Jmmy Hugh 98 308 
Duvall, David Wayne. 192, 224 
Dyce, John Michael, l'04, I'lO, III 308 
Dye, William Burton 71 284 
Dyer, Clarence Edgar 296 
Dyer, Gary Wayne, 228 268 
Dver, John Dwight 296 
Oyer, Susan L. Tagqart, 268 
Dyer, William Preston 268 
Dysart, Mary Marcile 309 
Dysart, Robert Luther 212 268 



Eadler, Robert Paul 224 

Eads, Joe Neil 268 

Eads, Kerry Lane 268 

Eagan, David Lee 58 

Eakes. Ronnie Dale 268 

Eakin. Edith Carrol 268 

Earheart. Joel Lynn 309 

Earls, Joe Ronnie, 268 

East, David James, 146 296 

Easter, Donna Jean, 131 268 

Eastman, Loren Stark Stephens 309 

Eaves, Nila Ronnelle 198 309 

Eberle, Johnnie Arthur j'r. 269 

Eble, Hershel Douglas' 309 

Edde, Mary Jerallne, 226 296 

Edgar, James Donnell, 58 269 

Edging, Steven, 269 

Edwards, Marcla Lee 309 

Edwards, Jonathan Gaston 184 

Edwards. Dawn Fairfield 309 

Edwards. Norman Taylor 181 

Edwards. Sharon Ann. 309 

Edwards, Suzanne Skaggs. 70 

Eiselstein. Thomas Michael 181 224 284 

Elam. Sandra Gail. 51, 74, 78, 221 269 

Elder, Joyce M. Robertson 68 78' 269 

Eldrldge. Evelyn Marie. 309 

Eley. James Marion 309 

Ellen. Harold Clyde' 192 

Elliott. John Randall 204 309 

Elliott. Lana Susan 104 3'09 

Ellis, Powell Tim, 58, 284 

Ellis, Sharon Sue, 66, 78, 201 216 269 

Elmore, Brenda June, 199, 309 

Elmore, Danny Leslie 309 

Emberton, Larry Watts 309 

Emerson, David Hooper 146 

Emerson, David Neill 146 

Emrick, Stephen Glen, 309 

England. Lee Avington 223 

England, Nancy Linda. 78. 119 138 139 

221, 269 
Ensley, Marilyn Jane, 47 66 68 78 97 

139, 215, 221, 284 
Epps, Jerry Morgan, 309 
Ervin, Charles Alexander, 104, 309 



Ervin. Rebecca Tidwell 309 

Ervin, Sarah Jane, 216, 309 

Erwin, Betty Diane, 309 

Escue, Rosemary, 82, 83 92 227 229 248 

309 
Espy, Patricia Ann, 309 
Essary, Walter Corlew 269 
Eudalley, Evelyn Joy, 309 
Evans, Beverly Joyce, 309 
Evans, Cheryl Ann, 309 
Evans, Frank Doyle, 64, 207, 284 
Evans, Katherine Ann De Friese 63 110, 

III, 269 
Evans, Pattye V. Jones, 269 
Evans. Richard Coston, 181 
Everett. Ronald Mack 296 
Eyerly. Alson Boyd, 92, 227 229 248 304 
Ezell, Barbara Jean, 284 
Ezell, Lynne, 284 

Ezell, Nancy Carol, 203, 206, 284 
Ezell, Oliver Eugene, 296 



Fagan, Michelle Lea 309 

Fahey. Michael Joseph 269 

Fair, George Keith 309 

Fairbanks, David, 181 

Fandle Michel 105 

Fann, Barbara Jean, 309 

Fann, Janice Marie, 93, 269 309 

Fanning, John Landis, 309 

Earless, Ervin Leard, Jr. 103, 296 

Farmer, Sandra Kay, 51, 110 269 

Farnsworth, Mary Ann 40 49 66 68 79 

96, 139, 198 284 
Farrar, Mary Carol, 309 
Farils Gary Marshall 309 
Farris, Shirley Frances, 309 
Faulkner Nanette 216 309 
Fedor, Catherine Lakowski 79 269 
Feldklrcher, Carol Lynn 309 
Felker, Sandra Joy, 69, 216 221 284 
Fell, Johanna Lee, 47, 102, 214 224 269 
Feller, Rebecca Louise 199 
en, Martha Ann. 296 



Felt' 



309 



Ferguson. Robert Ellis 284 

Ferguson, Virginia Jean, 309 

Ferrell. Barbara Lee, 227, 309 

Ferrell, Deborah Lynn, 227, 309 

Ferrell, Mary Katherine 201 284 

Ferrell. Ronald Clifford' 146' 284 

Fielder. John Mark, 309 

Filbln, Timothy John 296 

Finch, Eddy Ray 309 

FIncher, A. 124 ' 

FInchum, Harold Dan 150 

Finney, Carolyn Zella 309 

Finney, John Gordon, 181, 226, 269 

Finney, Linda Diane, 79 269 

F rth, Melba Ann 269 

Firtion, Arthur Lyman, 220, 309 

Firtlon, Rene Ann 309 

Fisher, Alton Selton, Jr. 71 208 296 

Fisher, I. Leverne Woods 269 

Fisher. Janet Morgan 218 

Fisher. Roger Dale 183 

Fisher. Russell Jackson 309 

Fife. Betty Carol. 226. 227, 284 

Fife, Chel Elayne. 216 309 

Fife, John Dale 284 

Fitzgerald, James Albert 284 

Fitzgerald, Ronald Wayne 296 

Fitzpatrlck, Arlene, 45, 48 97, 214 296 

Fitzpatrick, Samuel Ray 284 

■Flanders, William J. 269 

Fleenor. Deborah Siie 309 

Fletcher. Nancy Margaret. 296 

Flippen. Jerry Reed. 284 

Floyd. Alan Lynn. 142 284 

Floyd. Betty Gayle 309 

Floyd. Jerry Clark 296 

Floyd. Linda Anne 296 

Floyd. Lois Kay 309 

Floyd. Prlscllla Helen 309 

Floyd. Ronald Fehr 309 

Fluty. Jane Elizabeth. 309 

Fly, Frank Morrlss, 49, 269 

Fly. Jerre Moore 46 64 141 146 

Fly. Nancy Louise 216' 

Flynn, Michael Howard, 215 

Flynn, Peggy Lee, 269 

Flynn. Thomas Wayne 309 

Flynn. Tonl Kay. 79 215 

Folk. James Jasper, 146, 203 228 284 

Follls, Gary Lee 309 

Ford. John Alvln 296 

Ford. John Charles 309 

Ford. Richard Sammy. 142 269 

Forde. Anne Deery, 226, 227, 296 

Forgey Edward Lee 296 

Forkum, Kenneth Lee 192 

Ervin, Janice Octavene, 296 

Formosa, Charles Benjamin, 146, 269 

Formosa, Joseph Stanley 309 

Forte, Carolyn Ann, 204,' 269 

Fortune, Peggy Orr, 284 

Foster, Connie Lynn, 309 

Foster, Edward Prince 124 

Foster. Edward Marshall 124 269 

Foust. Linda Gall 309 

Foutch. Lois Marie 211 269 

Fouts. Constance Anne 309 

Fouts. Patricia Colleen' 309 

Fox. Alton Eugene 296 

Fox, Charlie, III. 228. 284 

Fox, Edwin Andrew Jr. 309 

Fox. Freddie Wayne 269 

Fox. John Henry 297 

Fox. Judith Marie 309 

Fox. Nancy McCollough. 269 

Fox. Patricia Lou. 221. 309 

Fox. Paulette Marie. 214. 219. 221, 309 

Fox. Sonya Joan. 297 

Francis. Billy Burton. 284 



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Franklin, Gary, 284 

Fra.lkim, James Isaac, 224 

FranHin, Rebecca Jane, 44 67 78, 139 198, 

221, 284 
=raTki;n, Theodore Charles Jr. 310 
-roller, Martha Frances 310 
Frazler. Robert A., 46 60 96 
-razier. Sherry Elaine, 74, 227, 284 
-ree, James Carlton. 140, 141. 150 212, 

280 
^reeman, Beverly Anderson 269 
=reeman, George Lawrence, Jr., 297 
freeman, James Howell 269 
-reeman, Terrence Lee. 284 
freeman, Wallace Lindy Jr. 310 
=reeze, Philip Wayne 269 
French. Gerthal, III 269 
-rensley, Michael Wayne 223 284 
■reshour, Kenneth Robert 310 ' 
-riedman, Jonathan Moulton 269 
■risbie, Richard Hood 297 
■rost, Donna Louise, 284 
-ryar, Robert Weldon, 284 
-rye, Faye, 285 

duller. Donna Lynn, 221, 226 227 269 
^ulton. Daniel Elliott 310 
■ulton, Don, 310 
•uqua. Sherry Dell 285 
■uredy, Charles Gary, 310 



G. Fellers, Gary Wayne, 105 310 

Gadney, Carol Lynda, 269 297 

Gaither, Douglas H. 297 

Gaither, Jerry Wade 269 

Gallagher, Edwin Ellis Jr 269 

Gamble, John Alton 269 

Gann, Curtis Howard, 297 

Gannon, Linda Diane 297 

Garcia, Osores Maximiliano F 219 

Gardner, Phillip Ray 184 

Garner, Phillip 224 

Garner, James' William, Jr,, ISO 297 

Garner, Jimmy Ray, 46, 297 

Garner, Lane Allen, 148 269 

Garrison, Powell Dunbar III 142 297 

Gatrell, Mary Edwina 297 

Gaskell, William Charles 222 

Gaskins, Sharon Gale 310 

Gathmann, Rita Rae 221 269 

Gatlln, Robert Leonard 192 

Gatlin, Tommy, 310 

Gattis, Gerald Franklin 75 105 110 

Gavin, Nedre Louise 310 

Geary David Michael 310 

Geeting, Bvron Keith '297 

Gentry, Barbara Lynne, 79 135 

Gentry, Linda Carol, 51, 285 

Genung, Robert Nelson 310 

George, Betlie Sue, 310 ' 

George, Garry Leonard 70 297 

George, James Michael 150 297 

George, Shirley Jean, 297 

German, Stanley Thomas, 61, 75, 110 210 

297 
Gerrltsen, Laura June 310 
Gibbs, Jim Haynes, 285 
Gibbs, Robert Newton 208 297 
Gibson, Angellne, 285* 
Gibson. Charles Kenneth, 58, 71 269 
Gibson, David Carl 193 
Gibson, James Albert 269 
Gibson. Jeri Gail, 3I0' 

Gifford, Patricia Ann, 63, 105, 110 III 285 
Gilbert, Douglas Barrie 297 
Gilbert. Stephen Carl r20 310 
Gllbreath, Susan Kay, 216' 285 
Giles. Michael Brannon 310 
Gillspie, Faye Louise. 210 269 
Glllem, William Lawrence 297 
Gillespie, George Clifford, Jr., 46 150 

204, 297 
Gilliam, Carl Johnson 310 
Gilliam, John David, jr. 297 
Gilliland, Jerry Edward '|46 269 
Gilliland, Linda Sue 204 310 
Gillis, Deborah Elaine 297 
Gilmer, Ronald Keith '285 
Gilmore, James Bnttan, 285 
Gilmore John Henry 310 
Gilpin, John Franklin 61 211 
Givan, John Thomas 198' 206 
Given, Kenneth Wade 285 
GIvens, Donald Lawrence 310 
Givens, Kenneth Edwin 297 
Glass, Donna Gail 124 
Glover, David Parnell 269 
Godawa, Emma Kay, 68, 79, 128, 133 269 
Godsey, Linda Sue, 310 
Godsey, Mary Joyce, 203 206 297 
Godwin, Julia Ann 285 
Goff, Donald Gary, 120, 122 205 228 285 
Goff, Mary Ruth 269 285 
Goff, Pam Curry, 78 205 270 
Gomez, Jan Pyle, 68, 79, 270 
Gonce, Charles Mansel 103 214 
Gonce, Richard J. 101 
Good, Linda Kay 310 
Goodman, James Parker, 225 297 
Gordon, Barton Jennings 310 
Gordon. Nance Fisher 310 
Gordon. Penelope Jarie 211 
Gordy. Earl Frank, 297 
Gosseft, Lavlnia Nkholson, 270 
Gothard, Janet Levon 297 
Gouger, Carl Stephen '310 
Gover, Max Kersten 98 103 310 
Gowan, Gloria Jane, 285 310 
Graham, Timothy Ray 285 
Grammer. John Gary 3IIJ 
Grandstaff. Joseph Paul 214 
Granstaff, Gary Kemp. 297 
Grant, Larry Wayne, 285 
Graves, Clifford Donnell. Jr.. 270 
Graves. Connie Marie, 310 



Graves. Stephen Lee. 310 
Graves, Thomas Allen, 73 
Graves, Thomas Neal 310 
Gray, Carolvn Joyce, 310 
Gray. Elsie Reid, 51 72. 79. 270 
Gray, Jerry Michael. 73 270 
Gray. John Douglas. 297 
Gray, Judith Ann, 285 
Green. Brenda Ruth 310 
Green, Ellen Nannette, 310 
Green, John Ronald, 148, 228 270 
Green, Pamela Ann, 201, 310 
Green, Ruby Rozan 270 
Green, Sandra Porterfield, 110 
Greene. Carolyn Ruth 297 
Greene. Hoge Milton 297 
Greene. Nancy Lynne 297 
Greenwood, Randy Ronald 310 
Greer, Charles David 285 
Greer, Lee Martin 232 310 
Greer, Ruth Jlnnetfe, 88 216, 285 
Greever Barry Lane, 142 270 
Gregory. Beftye Rose. 139. 216, 285 
Gregory, Jean Lee, 297 
Gregory. Larry Richard, 142 
Gregory, Michael Evans, 310 
Gregory, Regena Dlanne 220 297 

■■ ■ I Jane, 46, 199, 210 215 233 



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285 

Gresham. Malcolm Ed 

Griffey. Thomas David, Ill.'l20'3ld 

Griffin. Ada Jeanne 310 

Griffin. Charles David, 71 72 76, 270 

Griffin, Cora Ve Rissa 198 285 

Grlf'ln, Janice Orene 310 

Griffin, Nancy Alene, 66 79 199 206 285 

Griffith, Elizabeth Frances 297 

Griffith Nancy Diane 68 297 

Griffith, William Porter, 'jr. 162 

Griggs, Glenda Ann 133 270 

Griggs. Jacqueline Sue, 297 

Griggs, Sandra Arlene 220, 297 

Grimes, Agnes E. Swallows, 270 

Grmes, John V/illlam, 181 224 285 

Grimes, Ronald Alfred 142 285 

Grindstaff, Joseph Paul 270 

Grlzzard, Ronald Gary 310 

Groce, Richard Estill 310 

Gross, Crenda Sue, 297 

Grossholz, Sara Lusty, 270 

Grubbs, Sandra Lynn 270 

Gryder. Paul Daniel, 208 

Guess, Julia Jean, 219 

Guiles, Paula Elizabeth 297 

Guinn, Merley Lee, 297 

Gull, Linda Gall 297 

Gultey, Leo Martin, Jr. 208 

Gunter Ronald Wayne 285 

Guntherbero, Alfred Joseph 285 

Gurley, Patricia Diane, 297 

Gustafson. William Edward. 146 285 

Gustwick. Gerald Frank, 75, 105 110 

Guthrie, Joseoh William, 46, 140 146 270 

Guttenberg, P,, 110 

H 

Hackney, John Alvis, 105, 310 

Hager, John Lawton 142 

Hager, Milton R., 285 

Hagerman, Bonnie Sue, 105 310 

Hagerman, Cynthia Ann 104 110 III 285 

Hailey, Charles Christopher 310 ' 

Halcomb, Cecil- Monroe 228 

Hale, Barbara Jean, 297 

Hale, Nancy Ellen 285 

Hall, Alan Perry 310 

Hall, David Elbert 310 

Hall, Diana Kay, 198. 297 

Hall, Gary Armor, 298 

Hall, Glynda Faye 310 

Hall, Harold Terry 297 

Hall, James Austin 124 

Hall. Kathleen Mar'ie 310 

Hall, Larry Paul 270 

Hall, Linda Sue 198 285 

Hall, Vlckl Lynn 297 

Hambrick, Michael Clabe 270 

Hambrlaht, Elizabeth Ann 310 

Hames, Donna Lou, 310 

Hamilton, Odes Wayne, 47 148 

Hamilton Robert Paty 46,' 148 270 

Hammer, Beverly Jeanne 270 ' 

Hammock, Jerry Winford 58 270 

Hammock, Roger Lyn 310 

Hampton Rachel Luclnda, 216, 221 270 

Hamrick, Charles Jere 192 

Hancock. Carlos Dwight 297 

Hancock Heather 310 

Hancock. John Bettes 310 

Hancock, Judy Lee 297 



Ma 



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anklns, Nancy Lee, 136 137 285 

ankins, Robert, Jr. 270 

annah, Carol Cameron 62 79 285 

annah. Jane Norris 285 

annah Jerry Thomas 285 

annah. Mack Lebron 198 297 

ans, Louis Karl, Jr., 142 228 

arbison, RIdgley Kent 310 

aroaway, Roger Dale 310 

ardison, Roger Cleveland 310 

ardlson, Sharon Kay 297 

ardison, Stanley Ira, 45, 47 48 55 146 

ardy, Ronnie Layne, 297 

arley, Virginia Anne 46 

arlow Allen William Jr. 310 

arper, Lois Jain, 310 

arrell, Jo Anne, 74 270 

arriman, Patricia F. Hunter. 74 220 285 

arrington. Janice Irene. 226, 310 

arris, Barbara Jane, 270 

arris, Bernle Melville 211 

arris, Connie Marie, 310 

arris, Dennis Hilliard. 72 

arris, Elizabeth Anne. 104. 110 



Harris. James Ronald. 270 

Harris. Leslie Irene, 310 

Harris. Linda Kay 216, 310 

Harris Marilyn 311 

Harris Newton Molloy 123 

Harris, Patricia Lynn, 201 297 

Harris, Peggy Carolyn 225, 297 

Harrison Elizabeth Ann R., 270 

Harrison Elmer Jacky 311 

Harrison, Jerry David, 31 I 

Harrison John Harvey 285 

Harrison John William 285 

Harrison, Patrick Michael 311 

Harrison, Robbie Ann 297 

Hart, Betty Ann, 47, 48. 297 

Hart, Gary Linden 58. 270 

Hart. John Badger, Jr. 202 311 

Hart, Pamela Yvonne 297 

Hart, Robert Eugene 71 

Harvey, Bobby Joe. 47 ISO 297 

Harvey. William Robert 270 

Harville. Gary Don, 214, 285 

Harvin. L. 110 

Harvin, Marianne Ussery 110 

Hastings, Denny Norvell 142, 212 285 

Hastings, Kenneth E., Jr,, 224 311 

Haston, Norma Jean 270 

Haston, Rita Kay 31 i 

Hasty, Betty Jo, 221, 224 233 270 

Hatfield, Kathryn Sheryl 311 

Hatmaker, Jerry Lynn 142 

Hawk, Jerry Hamilton 142 

Hawkins, Billy Duane. 311 

Hawkins, Johnny Margaret, 203 206, 297 

Hayes, Barbara Ann. 311 



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297 



Hayes. Elsie Limefford 270 

Hayes, Eva Cleo, 311 

Hayes. Frank Gray. 140 

Hayes. Larry Cothran 45 47 48 66 163 

224. 297 
Hayes. Rodney James. 57, 161 224 264 

270 
Haynes, Kenneth Webb 297 
Haynes, Margaret Latane 270 
Haynes, Paula Diana 270 
Haynes, Wanda Jean 297 
Hays. Betty Jean 31! 
Hays. Ronnie Dale, 285 
Hazard, Robert Fulton 311 
Hazel, Alicia Belle 3li 
Hazellnskl. Robert W. 215 
Hazelwood, Larry Joe 297 
Hazle. Mark J., 230 
Head, Barbara Ann, 201 298 
Head, Gerald Lyman, 311 
Headden, Cherl Jane, 52, 79 135 221 

227, 270 
Heaps, Patricia Ann, 298 
Heard, Jacquelyn Marie, 105 III 298 
Hearn, Bonnie Lee, 51 79 270 
Hearne, Robert Victor 311 
Heath, Bobby Steve 270 
Heath, Judy Cloe 311 
Heath, Robert Don, 142 
Heatherly, John Arthur Jr. 181 192 
Heathman, Sue Earl, 203 206 270 
Heavener, Dannie Randall 150 
Hedden, Harold Cuthbert Jr 270 
Hedge, William Robert, 7i, 270 
Hedgepath, Sandra S. Anderton 221 270 
Heflln, Robert Timothy 311 
Hege, Sharon llene, 105, 311 
Height, N., Ill 
Heithcock Deborah Jane 137 
Helberg, Nancy Daniel, 66, 68 79 128 

134. 135 
Helton Roy Thomas 228 
Helton Samuel Thomas 298 
Henderson. Dorothy Crawford 311 
Henderson. Judith 298 
Hendon, Monty Haran 311 
Hendrlkson, Richard Lee, 58 270 285 
Hendrix, Patsy Ann 69 270 
Hendrixson, James Allen ISO 
Henry, William Hugh 298 
Henson. Grade Sullivan 270 
Hentz. Rebecca Ann. 135, 271 
Herb, Nancy Louise, 298 
Herbolshelme-. Linda Lou 88 139 285 
Hereford, Joan Marie 102 
Herlges, Dorothy June', 311 
Hermsdorfer, Jeff Michael ISO 212 
Herndon, Gerald William 192 
Herring, Melvin Glllion 271 
Herrod. Eva Dell 285 
Herron, Paul Cox. Jr.. 150 
Hessey. Ed Link 285 
Hesson, Kenneth Albert 311 
Hester, Alan Wayne 31 I 
Hester, Linda Lorraine, 53, 68 74 79 271 
Hester, Patricia Ann, 311 
Hester, Phillip Auburn 298 
Hewitt, Timothy David' 286 
Hlbdon, Jerry Donald' 124 
Hickman, Deborah Jane 31 I 
Hickman, Frank, 286 
Hckman. Kenneth Howard 228 286 
Hicks. Phil Thomas. 198 203 206 224 304 

311 
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Hlgginbotham. James Henry 311 
Higglns. Joe Wiley, Jr. 298 
High, Robin Kay 311 
Hight, Nancy, 131 224 271 
Hlgley, Susan Dean, 66, 71 137 271 
Hill, Carter Wayne 201 271 
Hill. Catherine Elaine, 311 
Hill. Deborah Sue, 104, 220, 31 I 
Hill, Edna Cheryl, 298 
Hill. Vlckl Ann. 102, 311 



Hillls. Eula Lockhart. 216. 271 

Hindman. Helen Jane, 271 

Hinds, Paula Louise, 72, 271 

Hinds, Ronald 71 286 

Hines Wendell Sarnie 286 

Hinson, Marlon Elaine, 205 218 

Hlnton, Mary Victoria B. 286 

Hlnton, Morris Roderick 286 

Hlrlston. Carl Franklin 220. 311 

Hitchcock, Anna Quilla M. 298 

Hite, Elaine, 216 

Hlxson, Steven Paul, 298 

Hoback Myrna Jean 298 

Hobbs, Billle June, 298 

Hobbs, Kenneth Wayne 271 

Hockett. Margaret 298 

Hoddon. Cindy. 311 

Hodge, Charles Earl. II 298 

Hodge, Harmon Elwyn 150 

Hodge, Meryl E. Jr. 311 

Hodges Jerry Earl 148 

Hoffman, Carl Douglas, 271 

Hoffman Ira Leroy, Jr.. 298 

Hogan. Kay Almond. 72, 79 271 

Hogan, Timothy James, 142 

Hoge, Patricia Ann 93 

Hoge, Robert Theodore 206 

Holcomb, Pamela K. 311 

Holden, Anita Kay 271 

Holder, Danny Greyson, 123 

Holder. Janice Ann, 298 

Holder, Philip Wayne 146 286 

Holderfleld, James David 271 

Holland, Carol Ann 271 

Holllman, Garry Michael 298 

Hollls Allan Ray Jr, 228 

Hollls. Shirley Ann 224. 298 

Holloway, Clay Morrow. 46, 190, 191 201 

224 
Holly, Elizabeth May. 74 221 271 
Holmes. Mary Angela. 198 298 
Holt. Barba-a Joyce. 311 



Holt 



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Holt, Malcolm Harold 298 

Holt, Nelda Kay, 223 271 

Holt, Patricia Ann, 271 

Holt, William Michael 110 

Holzapfel, Dorothy Jean 204 

Honey, Lucy Kate, 72, 79, 135, 231 286 

Hood, Sandra Ann 224 286 

Hooker, James Larry 286 

Hooper, Angela Marie, 311 

Hooper, Patricia Ann III 201 298 

Hooper, Patricia Elene, III 201 298 

Hooten. Patricia Ann, 201, 298 

Hooten. Peggy Montez, 67 68 201 221 

271 
Hoover, Ellen Peyton. 220 
Hope. Edgar Lee 298 
Hopkins, James Delane 298 
Hopkins, Judy Kay, 221, 224 286 
Horn. Carol Yvonne 227 
Hort. Robert Eugene 286 
Horton. Eva Marlene 31 I 
Hosse, Danny Eugene, 298, 311 
Hott, Nelda, 221 
Hounlhan, Harold Raymond ISO 
Howard, Area Tijuana, 199, 311 
Howard. Harold Fredrick 172 173 174 

1*8 . . 

Howell. James Phillip 311 
Howell, Joseph Hurley 271 
Howell, Mary Jo Dugger 271 
Howse, Jerry Lee. 75. 110 125 
Howse. Juanlta 311 
Howse, Lillle Carolyn, 311 
Howse, Sharon E Johnson 110 298 
Hoyle, Mark J. 311 
Huddleston, Thelma Joyce 271 
Hudgens, Nancy Mae, 63,' I 10 271 
Hudson, Alice Caroline 286 
Hudson, Johnny Lee, 104 110 
Hudson, Toney Britton, 146 286 
Huebschman, Donald Louis, 122 228 298 
Huebschman, Michael Lee, 122 228 '311 
Huff, Sheron Gail. 104 311 
Huff, William Michael ISO 298 
Huffaker, Barbara Mc'Mllli'n 311 
Huffaker, David Phillip 311 
Huffer, Gloria Elayne 43 286 
Huffines, Raymond Allen 311 
Hufnagle, David Harold 205 311 
Huqgins, Lillian June 311 
Hughes, Donna Gail, 131 286 
Hughes. John Robert Jr.', 311 
Hughes Patrick Lewis 184 
Hughes, Robert Andrew Jr 286 
Hulen, Dorinda Joyce, 222 
Hulen. Kyle Edward 311 
Hulshof. Charles Ralph 73 271 
Humphrey, Dona Carol' 311 
Humphries, Mackle J, 271 
Humohrvs, Ronald Raymond 150 
Hund, John William ISO 
Hunnicutt, Sandra Gall 201 
Hunt Geraldene 286 
Hunt, Marsha Gail, 298 
Hunt, Martha Lynn 31 I 
Hunter, Betty Ann,' 70 97 201 298 
Hunter, Marilyn Patricia, 67 79 271 
Hunter William Nathan 20i 311 
Hurst, Stephen Ross, 311 
Huskey, Brenda Jean, 68, 79 104 222 286 
Hutchlns, Tony Franklin 311 
Hutchinson, Daryl Davis 311 
Hutton, Danny Wayne 286 
Hutton, Dennis Allan IsO 
Hyde, James Douglas. 271 



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Ingleburger, Phillip Gene 311 

Ingram, Cheryl, 135 311 

Ingram. Susan Ladora, 46, 226 227 

Islaub, Deborah Fay, 311 



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Jackson, Carl Raymond. 124 218 312 

Jackson, Carol Marie, 124 

Jackson. Dennis William, 312 

Jackson, Donna Gail 286 

Jackson, George Chester. Jr. 45. 71. 77 

203, 206. 271. 312 
Jackson, James Hoyte, 312 
Jackson. James Ronald 312 
Jackson. Joyce Ann. 210 
Jackson. Nancy Marie 312 
Jackson, Sally, 312 
Jackson, Sandra Holtcamp 298 
Jackson, Susie Eloise, 198 214 298 
Jacobs, Delma Faye, 68, 221 271 
Jacobs, Donald Frank, 271 
Jacobs, James Michael, 140 142 212 286 
Jacobs, Robbie Kay 312 
Jakes. Sheryl Anne, 312 
Jamerson. James Harry, Jr., 161, 298 
James. John Stephen. 312 
James, Monte Frank 286 
Jamison. William Earl 181 
Jared. Shirley Ann. 199, 298 
Jarratt, Martha Jacqueline, 271 
Jarrell, Margaret Elizabeth, 204 215 224 

286 .... 

Jarrett, Billy Dwight 192 

Jarrett. Charles Leslie Jr. 201 

Jarrett. Marvin Neal 201 

Jarrett. Mary Charlene 201 298 

Jean. Michael Wayne *298 

Jenkins, Carolyn Diane 312 

Jenkins. Evelyn Gayle 312 

Jenkins. I.ydia Ann 286 

Jennings. Barbara J., 201 215 

Jennings, Barbara Jean, 201, 215 286 

Jennings, Danny Glen 199 

Jennings, Gary Lee, 312 

Jennings. Harriet Elizabeth 286 

Jennings, Judith Armiller '312 

Jennings, Melody Lynn. 198 216 312 

Jennings. Robert Fred III 312 

Jennings, William Jerald 271 

Jernigan, Charles Patrick 312 

Jemigan, Irocus Edward, III, 75. 125. 228, 

Jernigan. Mary Alice 137 
Jernigan. Patricia Lee 298 
Jernigan, Sandra Faye. 312 
Jernigan, William D. 286 
Jeter. James Richard 312 
Jewell, Charles Thomas 286 
Jewell. Martha Estelle.' 45. 46 53 67 68 
72, 79, 139, 221 264 271 ' ' 

Jewell. Randall Wayne 312 
Johnke. Jean Helen, 205, 298 
Johns, Betty Jean 312 
Johns, Brenda Jean 286 
Johns, James Philip, 286 

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Johnson, Charles Freelon, 215. 223, 231 
Johnson, Charles Robert, 223 231 
Johnson. Dianne 271 
Johnson. Douglas William 286 
Johnson. Irving Joshua. Jr., 271 
Johnson, James Virgil. 312 
Johnson. Janice Gail. 312 

Johnson, .lohnie Lee. 286 

248'°29l '''"''^ ''"''"• ■•' ^'' "' "^ "9 
Johnion. Linda Kay, 137 271 
Johnson, Lynn, 312 
Johnson, Martha Lynn 312 
Johnson, Michael Dewayne, 286 
Johnson, Millard O^Neal 64 
Johnson, Rebecca Ann, 67, 68, 271 
Johnson, Robert Hal 312 
Johnson, Ronald Hasson, 224 298 
Johnson, Theodore Lee, 312 
Johnson, William Albert 148 
Johnson, William Thomai 148 

John'.?"' '^r'-"'" ^'^*'°'^'^| I'lS, 312 
Johnston, Jimmie Kay. 68. 216 271 
Johns on. Kenneth Gordon. 312 
Johnston, Larry Tallent, 312 
Jolly, James Bradley 298 
Jones, Betty Lee, 312 
Jones, Carl Clark, 75, 105, 110. 286 
l°""' '^•''°\ Lou.se, 47, 221, 286 
Jone,, Carolyn Bowman. 286 
Jones, Connie Sue, 67, 271 

Jones' Fr,"'h''i''.""-"^' '^''' 28<> 
Jones, Elizabeth Ewmg, 312 

Jones, Frieda Anne, 107, 312 

Jones. James Michael. 298 

Jon«. Jennifer Lynn, 128, 136, 137, 151. 

Jones, Joseph Beniamin Jr 224 
Jones, Judith Elaine, 29'8 "' 
Jones, Larry Wayne,' 298 

Jonis' !>V*!i^f^'i':'' '"■ ^'- "I 

Jor,es, ^Randall Mason. 46. 77. 2IS, 223, 

Jones, Regan Ann Marston, 298 

Jones. Regina Clare, 69 217 271 

Jones. Rosanne 69. 216. 221.' 286 

Jones, Sandra Marilyn, 271 

Jones, Sara Ann. 312 

u""- w"" °'^"^' 221, 312 
Jones, Warren Keith 312 
Jones, William Dale', 312 
Jorda'n'n'" '"!S^' ,^01, 215, 223, 298 
Jordan, Donna Gayle, 298 
Jordan, Herbert Bruce, 64, 207 271 
Jordan, Janice. 312 
Jordan. Lailia Nell, 298 



Jordan, Linda Sue, 298 

Jordan, Michael Everett. 312 

Jowers. Patricia Lee, 46, 222 

Joyner, Freddie Bryan, 312 

Judd. Linda Marie, 107, 211 214, 312 

Justus. Mary Susan. 201. 312 

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Kabiri. Seyd Zlaeddin Moosavi, 48 219 

Kalthoff, Tim White. 142 224 

Karsch. Susan Georgann, 21! 

Karty, Glenda Joyce. 52, 61, 67, 72, 211. 

230, 271 
Karty, Joette. 211, 230 
Karty. Ronald Lewis. 230, 271 
Kealhley, Charlotte Ann, 312 
Keating, Mary Jane, 198, 312 
Keaton, Kerry Groom, 296 
Keef, Joe Monroe, III, 46. 286 
Keef, Michael Hale, 312 



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Kels'er, Emilie Evans, 205, 272 
Keith. Bennie Lou, 312 
Keith, Robert Melville Jr. 298 
Kellerhals William Conrad 312 
Kelley, Augusta Grant Jr., 298 
Kelley, Charles Floyd, III, 286 
Kelley, Emily Belle 60. 96 272 
Kelley. James Madison 286 
Kelley. Michael Larry 312 
Kelley, Patricia Ann, '298 
Kemasingki, Polaphat 286 
Kemp, Robbie Nell 61 211 
Kempf, Judith Marie 298 
Kempf, Kathleen A. Donahue 287 
Kendrick. Karen Audrey 137 
Kennedy, Sarah Elizabeth 47. 68 79 287 
Keni-, Marshall C. Jr. 287 
Kerchner. Marie Louise, 298 
Kerley, Judith Louise, 199 298 
Kernan, Deborah Ann, 211 214 312 
Kerr, Jane Ward 312 
Kerr, Mary Beth, 67, 68, 72 79 135 272 
Kerr, Robert Jackson 298 
Kerr, Sandra Jean Botz. 272, 287 
Kesner, Naomi Joyce, 105. 110 
Kessinger, Marvin Anthony 181 
Keylon. Norma Jean, 312 
Keyt, Lloyd Garfield 312 
KIdd, Jerry Wayne 124 
Kiker, Barbara Ann, 68, 221 272 
Kilgore, James Michael 124 312 
Kilpatrick, toary Wayne 298 
Kimbrough, Betty Jean 221, 287 
Kimbrough. Stanley Ray 293 
Kimbrough, William Perry 287 
King, Andrew Jackson, 212 224 228 287 
King, Bob Newell 312 
Kino, Carl Joh^, 287 
King, Danny Richard. 71 298 
King. Jerry Wayne 287 
King. Lou. 287 
King, Patricia Irene 201 
Kinnear. John Richard 150 298 
Klnser. Carl Vance. 312 
Kious. David Wayne 140 146 
Kirby, James Wallace 146 287 
Kirchmaier, K,. 110 
Kirkpatrick, Sherrle Jean, 287 
Kirsch, Milton Andrew 204 206 
Kite, Kenneth Steven 299 
Kizer, Brenda Gail, 199 206 287 
Knestrick David (Pete) Edw'ln 146 
Knicht. Alan 203 
Knight. Donna Gall 312 
Knight. Enoch Arden Jr. 191 
Knight, Linda Lee, 220 
Knight, Mary Margaret 204 312 
Knowles, Charles 58 
Knowles, Judy Dair 272 
Knowles, Kenneth Lee 211 312 
Knowles, Lnda Elizabeth 299 
Knowles, Trudy Clair 272 
Koemaslngki, P., 219 
Konersmann, David Vernon, 218 
Koonce, Marvin Clay, 172 193 
Kos. Carol Joan, 272 
Kosich, John Paul. 208 287 
Kottter, Richard Alan' 272 
Kraft, Art, 190 191 
Kraft, Kenneth Randall 208 272 
Kurzrock, Kenneth Wayne,' 192 

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LaGrange, David Gabriel 312 

Ladd, Ann Elizabeth 72 272 

Ladd, Martha Elaine, 68, 205, 221 287 

Ladd, Roger, 233 

Lain, Donna Dehran 272 

Lamb, Brenda Kay 298 

Lamb, Gary Steven 313 

Lamb, Robert Floyd Jr, 146 

Lambert, Robert Henry 299 

Lambert, Susan Gall, 3'l3 

Lamberth Roger Monroe 313 

Lancaster Tony Warren, 64 67 207 272 

Lancaste-, William Gregory, 228 

Landers, William Bouldin, 142 228 272 

Landru-,1, Roy Edward 272 

Lane, Linda, 313 

Lane. Richard Roland. Ill 150 299 

Lang'ord, Bobby Joe 161 272 

Lanqford, Frances Dowe, 313 

Langford, Teresa Anne 313 

Lanier, Melinda Ann, 72, 79, 135 272 

Lankford, Alvtn Don 299 

Lankford, Judy Clay,' 46 68 272 

Lappin, Betty Joyce 299 

Lappin, Sandra Gayle, 45 48 49 219 

Lappin William Dabney, 122 228 272 

Larkin, Betty Ruth, 299 

Larkin. John Fife, 146. 272. 299 

Larkins, Linda Faye. 313 

Lasseter. Ricky Taylor, 172 



Latane, Sue Wilson, 215 

Lau Man Ting 110 

Laughlin Teresa Ann, 215, 299 

Lavender Robert Allen, 287 

Law, Michael Douglas, 46 140 212, 280 

Lawrence David Carr 272 

Lawrence, David Oren 313 

Lawrence, James Kenneth, 313 

Lawrence, Janet Carol, 313 

Lawson, Carolyn Diane 216, 313 

Lawson, James Hollis 201 

Lawson, Richard Kirk, '313 

Lawson, Shirley Louise 287 

Lawson, William Henry, 272 

Layne, Linda Janelle, 272 

Lazenby, Wayne Daniel, 201, 313 

Lea, David Johnson, 287 

Leach, Roger Paul 287 

League, Brenda Kay, 313 

Leake, Victoria Joanne, 313 

Leaver, Roger Clark 272 

Ledbetter, James Douglas 75 105 110 

Ledbetter, James Ozro, III, 75, 105 110, 

272 
Ledford Don Clayton 313 
Ledford, Larry Kinzel.' 150 299 
Ledford. Robert Bryan 120 313 
Ledford. Thomas Ervin 150 
Lee, Belva Jean, 199 272 
Lee, Deborah Jean, 133, 272 
Lee, Gay, 79, 203, 206, 221 
Lee, Harold Oliver 73 
Lee, Kathryn Elaine' 313 
Lee, Margaret Gary, 272 
Lee, Robbie Suzette, 133 143 
Lee, Robert Ernie 222 
Leffwich, Mary Ruth, 92, 147 287 
Lehr, Elaine Merriman, 49, 79 135 287 
Leigh, Clarence Lincoln 313' 
Leighton, Joan Rachel 201 221 
Leonard, Marvin Craig 272 
Lester, Emily Kay, 88, 135 221 231 272 
Lester, Sleohen Herbert, 228 313 
Levan, Johnny, 220 
Leverett, Ralph Gelst 67 272 
Lewis, Carol Sue, 139, 221, 287 
Lewis, Charles William 287 
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Lewis, Pamela A, Garner 272 

Lewis, Ruth Evelyn I 10 

Lewis, Robert James 313 

Lichtenfels, Brenda Lee 272 

Lidtke. Mary Linda, 224 

Lieberum, Stephen ' Ernest, 120 313 

liechty, Diane Carol 313 

Liechty, Patricia Jane 67, 221 272 

Liefer, Neva L., 272 

Lindenau, Linda Lee, 102 313 

L'ndsey, Andrea Sue 211 

Lindsey, Linda Ruth 299 

Lindsey, Richard Glenn 148 

Lindsey, Vickl Brown, 3'l3 

Lindsley, Venetia Ontaria 313 

Lingerfelt, Bobby Joe 299 

Link David Lloyd 192 

Linville, Charles Kenneth, 226 313 

Linvllle, Judy Faye, 139, 226 299 

Linville, Peggy Anne, 139, 226 287 

Lipoard, Linda Irene 272 

Little, William Michael 313 

Lively, Donna Ruth, 198. 299 

Livesay. Joseph Alexander 46 313 

Livingston, Carol Sue 299 

Locke, Bertha Janice 70 287 

Locke, Michael McKlnley 192 313 

Locke, William Edward '287 ' 

Locker, Dianne, 216 

Lockridge, Burley Don 193 313 

Loflln, Peggy Ann, 299 

Loftis, Patsy Leigh Roberts 67 79 

Logan, Diana Sue, 313 ' ' 

Logan, Herbert Leon, Jr., 122 228 

Logcn, Janet Kay 299 

Lonan, John Dixon 313 

Logue, Mary Gene! 313 

Long, Arthur, Jr.. 228 

Long. Judy Lynn. 299 

Long. Mary Catherine. 220 313 

Long. Mary Kathryn 220 

Long. Sammie Lee, 218 

Long, Sharon Kay, III 313 

Long, Thomas Louis 204 

Longmire, Jim Walter 313 

Longmire, Julia Anne, 110 287 

Longmire, Susan Diane, 139, 221 287 

l-oorey, Herbert Lynn 287 

Lorance Elsie Charlene 71 272 

Lord, William Bainbridqe 'llO 313 

Lorenz, Keith Erwin 272 ' ' 

Loudermllk, Fleeta Kay 224 299 

LovVorn, Betty Kay, 299 

Loveless Richard Sidney Jr, 313 

Lovell, David Edward 313 ' 

Lovell Denis Charles, 205 287 

Lovett, Julie Gail 313 

Lo/ier, John William, 272 

Lowe, Dana Martin, 211 230 313 

Lowe, Gary Lynn, 287 

Lowe. John Harrison, 140, 148 272 

Lowe Lanier Roy, 313 

Lowe, Larry Wayne 313 

Lo've, Kenneth 233 

Lowhorn Dana Elizabeth 299 

Loyd, Brenda Lee. 74 

Lud»,Ig, Lawrence John 215 223 

Luna. James Lloyd 299 

Luna. Judith Ann, 225 299 

Lusk, Gladys Janice, 67, 74, 201 287 

Lusk, Herbert Michael 313 

Luther. Lnda Lou 272 

Luther. Sidney Eari 287 

Lynch. Harold Wayne 103 222 

Lynch. John William. '272 

Lynch. Tilden Patrick' 184, 313 



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Mabry. Windell Alfred. 208. 212 
MacLachlan. Alexander V 272 
MacPherson Walter King 272 
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Mackey. Nickey Luther 313 
Macon. Lendal Edwin 104 
Magee. Harold Ivan. 299 
Maggait. Benny Lane 299 
Maggart. Earl Michael 313 
Magner. Thomas Joseph. 188. 224 299 
Magruder. Julia Anne 137 
Mahon. EIro Stanley. Jr., 287 
Mahurin. Narcissa 199 
Mahurin, Stanley Eugene 199 233 272 
Major. John Garland, 146 224 287 
Malone, Charles W. 273 
Malone, Jimmy Ray, 273 
Malone, Linda Jean, 313 
Malone, Lynn Hugh, 313 
Maloney, Gary Carroll 313 
Mangrum, James Edward 313 
Mangrum, Larry Edwin 181 
Mangrum, Mary Jean, 204, 215 273 
Mangrum, Steven Alan 313 
Manley, Fred Glenn 313 
Mann, Helen Emily 313 
Mann, Joan Clark. "79. 273 
Mansfield. Jerry Leonard 287 
Mansfield. Mary Charlotte 273 
Mansour H.. 219 
Mantooth, David Michael 313 
Marable, Mary Lenelle, 63, 105, III 273 
Marchbanks, Paul Young 215 299 
Marchetti, Sandra, 313 
Marcrom, Edith Irene 299 
Markus, Larry Glenn, 222 
Marlln, Marvin Douglas Jr 299 
Marlln, Sue Ann 313 
Marlow, Joe Howard, Jr.. 313 
Marquardt. MIchele llene. 63 104 II 



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sh. Gayle Gilbert. 273 
shall. Emily Ann. 225 
shall. Harold Kenneth 313 
shall. Tony Malcolm 61 211 
tin. Bill Wilson 120 ' ' 
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Martin. David Vance 45 47 146 

Martin. Donald Eugene 'l42' 273 

Martin. Elizabeth Ellen 287 

Martin. Eugene Alvln Jr. 299 

Martin. Glenda Lee 68 20'l 



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Martin. John Augustus 273 

Martin. John Kenneth 313 

Martin, Joyce Frances, 202, 220, 299 

Martin, Kenneth Lee, 192 201 314 

Martin, Marsha Ann 46 137 299 

Martin, Mike Leroy. 287' 

Martin. Morris Daniel 299 

Martin. Opal Lee 201' 220 

Martin. Randal Lee, 220 

Martin, Robert Eugene, 72, 201 218 287 



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artin, William Hermon' 314 

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ason. Helen Josephine, 203 206 218 

221 287 

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Mason, Sandra Norvella 314 
Mason, Stephen Edward, 203. 206 314 
Masseng.ll. Larry David. 314 
Massey. Sonia Faye. 92. 227 229 248 299 
Matheny. Michael. 161 163 224 273 ' 
Mather. Patricia Ann 198 299' 
Mather. Philip Travis. 150 299 
Mathews. Larry Richard 161 224 
Mathews. Patricia Ann. 224 299 
Mathias, John Stephen 120 220 299 



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Malhis, Judy Gray 216 314 

Mathls, Kitty Ann, 68. 79. 273 

Mathis. Marilyn Joyce 74 

Ma'his. Theresa Gall. 67, 201 233 299 

Matlock, Gary Earl 314 

Matlock. Joe Wilson 120 

Matthews. Bettie B.. 299 

Matthews. Dora Sue 131 299 

Matthews. Gary Leiand 314 

Matthews. June Carmen Carver 299 

Mattis. John Jacob 299 

Maxwell. Alan Carney, 203, 206 299 

Maxwell, Patricia Ann 314 

Maxwell Ronald Claude 287 

May, Wayne Dean, 314 

Mayberry, Janice Elaine, 136, 137 273 

Mayes, John Bamett, 146 273 

Maynard, Beverly Jane, is8, 79, 273 

Maynard, Charlotte Lorraine 287 

Maynor, James David 73 

Mayo, Jerry Allan, 273 

Mays. Lindy Jo, 299 

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McBee, Susan Kay 299 ' 
McDrlde, Patrick 'Henry 142 223 
McCafferty. Donna Lee, 104 110, III 314 
McCandless, Thomas Houston 273 



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McCarroll, David Michael 314 
McCashm, George Eugene, 75 104 110 
McCauley. David Richard 70. 299 
McClanahan, William Gilbert 75 104 110 
McCloskey, David James 299 
McCluskey, Gene Robert '192 
McConnell, Phyllis Elaine 198 214 218 

299 
McCool, Joyce Lynn 299 
McCord John Michael 124 
McCormac, Terry Wendell. 273 
McCoy, Bobbyette. 103. 273 
McCoy, Mllllcent Ann 299 
McCoy, Richard Ray 208 
McCulstcn Ruth Diane 273 
McCullough, Charles Danny 120 314 
McDanlel, John Russell 273 ' 
McDarls, Anna Louise 139 287 
McDonald, Harvey Willis Jr. 49 146 

211. 287 , , . , 

McDonald, Joe Hardwick 46 
McDowell, Magoie Joyce 67. 221 226 

273 
McElhaney Kenneth Arnold 299 
McElroy. Judy Marie 314 
McElroy. Vivian Gay 314 
McFarland, Rebecca' 314 
McFarland. Terry Lee, 47 48 299 
McFarlln. Ben Hall. Jr., 45 46 47 48 75 

104, 110, 146 201 299 
McFarlln, Benita Black 273 
McFarlln, Martha Virginia 105 314 
McFarlln, William Harold' 299' 
McFarlln, Yvonne Ashley 287 
McFatrldge. F. 110 
McFerrin. Mary Alice 287 
McFerrln. Richard Hughes 273 299 
McFerrin. Sam Cox 110 
McGee. David Eldon 148 299 
McGee. Elizabeth Anne 314 
McGee, George Sanford, 221, 225 300 
McGee, Jane, 221 224 288 
McGetiee, Herbert Wlilard 124 
McGlohon. James Hamilton Jr. 300 
McGrath, Leonard Joseph i8l 
McGregor David Carl 314 
McGregor, Sara Dean, '221, 314 
McGuire. Ceretha Jeanette 314 
McGulre. David 192 
McHughes, Paula Ruth 214 314 
Mcintosh. David Oliver 300 
McKee Judith Lynn 79 273 
McKee, Thomas Lew s 67 314 
McKenzIe, James Wendell 273 
McKInney, Richard Gerald 46 
McKnlght, Cheryl Kaye, 314' 
McKnight, Mattle Whyte 48 67 III 198 

206 273 » , , , , 170, 

McKnight, Nina Frances 300 
McKnight. Peggy Sue 300 
McKnight. Rita Hare 314 
McLaln, Patricia Gayle, 211, 288 
McLean, Frederick Newton 232 314 
McLemore, Elizabeth Ann.' 314' 
McLemore. Mary E. Pruett 273 
McLemore. Ronald Lee. 273 
McLerran, Anna Ruth 288 
McLerran, Patricia Gayle 288 
McMahan. Charlotte Louise 314 
McMahan. Pamela 288 
McMahon. Louis Wayne 314 
McMaster. Robert Hardy 120 
McMeen. Dora Lee. 67. 71 79. 273 

^"^^ ""■ 1°'^''' ^^^- 2°5, 220, 233. 288 
McMillan, Ruth Virginia 288 
McMIIIen, James Thomas 273 
McMurray, Sam King, IN 300 
McMurtry, Sandra Fay 273 
K/cNabb, Ella Jane, 68, 226 288 
McNabb, Horace Stan 142 ' 
McNabb Janice 79 
McNabb, Sarah 273 
McNatt, Martha Ann 273 
McNatt Suzanne 273 
l^/'^'ea'", Edward'Wayne, 201 314 
McNeill, Mary L. Smith 273 
McPeak, Jerry Wayne, 288 
McSurley, Joe Glen 314 
McWilllams, Alva Lee Jr. 300 
McWIIIIarris, David Edward, 314 

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Meador, Marilyn, 104, III, 203 206 314 
Meadow, Suzanne Wlllene 201 
Mears, Esther Gayle 300 
Medley. Rosa Lee, 199 300 
Medlln, Galen Lee 314 
Weeks, Blllie Jean,' 53, 220 273 
weeks, Judy 74 

Meeks,Julla'Elizabeth, 46, 68, 273 
Mefford Thomas GIvens, 208 
Mehta, Suresh N. 219 
Melton, Joyce Ann 220 
Merlin, Michael Barnett 192 
Merryman, Donald Carl' 314 
Merton, Betty Rhe 104 
Meshotto, Rita Je 



219 



Mesommonia, Tav, . .,, 
Meyer, Linda Jo, 74 288 
Midgett Albert Ross, Jr,. 64, 273 
Milan. James Lee, 300 
Miles, Barbara Jean. 300 
Miles, Michael Douglas 314 
Miller, Donald Craig 58 273 

Mll'le:,' Jame's%'ou1,Tas' 3k' '"'' "'' '°° 

Miller, James OIney, Jr. 150 

Miller, Johnny Neal 273 

Miller. Judy C. Carter, 273 

Miller. Larry Dale. 300 

Miller. Linda Gall, 211. 273 

Miller. Llndsey Sherwood. 300 

Miller. Marcla Anne, 273 

Miller. Sarah Wright, 300 



Miller Thomas Buiord 150 

Miller, Walter Kenneth. 314 

Miller. Panky, 314 

Mllllcan Clyde Clifford 314 

Mllllgan, Robert Joseoh. 314 

Mllligan. Ruth Annette III 314 

MMIraney. Kathy Ann. 314 

Mills. Lllbourne Irby. III. 300 

Mlllsaps. Gary Clifford 300 

Millsaps. Jarrett Bryant 288 

Mlnatra, Brenda Faye 47. 48. 135 

Mlnge, Howard Dale. 300 

Mingle Shirley Ann. 314 

Mink Regina Lee 300 

Minor Alicia Ann 314 

Mitchell. Carol Edwena. 216 314 

Mitchell. Joseph Lee. 273 

Mitchell, Linda Lee. 104 110 

Mitchell Michael Dewalne 214 

Moates. Billy Don 273 

Modglin Beverly Jean 74 274 

Moffett. Sharon Miller 274 

Mofleld. Gary Anthony 314 

Mohamadkhanl Cyrous 219 288 

Mohamadkhanl. Linda Kay 219 

Moles, Rhode Anne 314 

Molloy Brents Shawn 300 

Molloy. James Addison 142 

Molloy. Newton Ford Jr. 142 

Money. Barry Craig. 98 3r4 

Montgomery, Rose Slusher 274 

Moon, Deonne Adella 22l' 238 

Moon, Jerrell Wayne 274 

Moon, Martha Lue, 314 

Mooneyhan. David' Leon. 172. 193 224 288 

Moon ngham. Billy Marshall 46 71 77 



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Barbara Jean. 314 
Carol Ann. 300 
Carole Frances. 151 
Charles Turney 274 
David Robert. 314 
Dixie Ann 314 
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Moore. Thomas Jerry. 192 288 
Moore. Thomas Stafford. 315 
Moorehead. Helen Schultz 288 
Moorehead, Kirby Joyce 201 315 
Moorehead Ted Towry 300 
Morehead. Simon Eber' 283 
Morgan. Kenneth Wayne 315 
Morgan. Linda Faye 315 
Morgan. Myrna Kay 198 315 
Morris, Carolyn Ann 204 274 
Mo'rlc, Ethel Elizabeth 315 
Morris, Ingrld Joan 315 
Morris, James Milton 46 70 72 77 
Worrls, Judy Layne 274 
Morris, Sherron Ann, 224 274 
Morris. William Allen. II 54 146 
Morrison. Fred Bruce, 315 
Morrison, James Patrick, 162 224 274 
Morrow, Carl Leiand, 104 110 
Morrow. Nancy Anne. 300 ' 

Lynn. 74, 274 



Han 



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Morse, Lynda Carol 216 300 

Morton, Jackie Wayne 315 

Morton. James Joseph.' 274 

Morton, Judy Kay 300 

Mosley, Charles Ray 274 

Mosley, Daniel Lee. 274 

Moss, Catherine Arin, 63, 79. 110 III 274 

Moss. Elizabeth Aslee 315 

Moss. James Richard -Jr. 300 

Moss. Martha Ruth 315 

Moss, Sheila Elaine. 198 300 

Moyers. Carolyn, 50. 60 221 274 

Mulllcan, Gary Edmon 315 ' 

Mullinlks. Joel David 274 

Mullins, Dayton Wayne. 75 104 274 

Mullns. Hollis Laten, 122 228 

Mullins. Sandra Kaye 300 

Mullins. Thurman Glenn 222 300 

Mungle, Jerry Allen. 231 274 

Mungle, John Allen 315 

Murff. Harold Williams 172 193 

Murley. Jamie Gaye 300 

Murlev. Janice. 74 ' 

Murphree. Barbara Anne. 274 

Murphy. Helen Elaine III 300 

Murphy. Michael Neil 274 

Murphy. Phyllis, 61. 21 i 

Murphy, Robert Martin 104 146 315 

Murphy, Robert Walter 104' 146' 315 

Murphy, Ronnie Gordon 274 

Murray, B'everly Kay 315 

Murray. Joan Marie. 221. 224 274 

Murray. Rebecca Carlene 300 

Murrell. Arthur 203 206 

Murray. Reta Josephine 315 

Murrie. Carol Ann 199 206 300 

Musgrave, Joel Stephen 224 

Musselwhite. Timothy Wayne 105 110 

Myatt. Charles Harbert 288 

Myatt. Kittle Maxine. 67 68 79 135 201 

274 , , . 

Myatt, Lila Jane 300 
Myers, Cathy, 315 
Myers, Leiia Vaughan. 274 

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Nabors. Honey Lu 315 

Nadeau. David Franklin. 222 

Nance. Linda Faye. 46. 201. 226. 227. 300 

Nash, Phillip Lynn. 315 



Neal. Caria Jean. 103 

Neal. James Ronald 315 

Neal. Phyllis Jean. 102. 203, 206, 300 

Needham, Larry Lewis 210, 274 

Neely, Jimmy Carroll, 142 

Neely. Sheila Lynn 274 

Nelms, Thomas Spurgeon III 274 

Nelson. Donna Kay 274 

Nelson. James Howard 274 

Nelson. James Ronald, 206, 300 

Nerren, George Nolen, Jr., 300 

Nevins, Ima Margaret, 288 

Newberry, Donald Lawrence 274 

Newbe'ry, Patsy Price, 66, 68, 69 79 

Newlon, Deborah Lynn, 315 



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Newman, Gary Wayne, 315 
Newman. John Clayton, 193 315 
Newman. Linda Pearl 315 
Newman, Susan Dunn. 315 
Newton. Linda Gayle, 288 
Newton. Lonnle Johnson. 214. 315 
Nichols. Sheila Ann. 139. 221 288 
Nicholson. Cynthia Gail 315 
Nickens. James Odell. i93 
Nimmo George Richard 300 
Nipper, Walter Peyton Jr. 300 
Nixon. Ronnie Lee, 300 
Noormann, Paula Ann 221 288 
Norman. Priscilla Joy 215. 274 
Nor'ls. Dan A. 110 
Norrls. Linda G. Newman 288 
Norris. Linda Jean, 135, 143 
Norr's, Marsha Celeste 300 
Norrod, Billy Clark 300 
North, Brenda Joyce 209 
North, Frank Anderson Jr, 315 
No-thard, Karen Jo 274 
Northcutt, Pamela Joy 218 300 
Norvell, Juanlta Maria 300 
Norvell, Mary Elizabeth. 288 
Norwood. Phyllis Kay. 110 
Nunley, Joe Edwin. Jr.. 148 225 274 
Nunley. Patricia Faye. 274 



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O'Connor, Patricia Sue. 216 288 

O'Connor. Paul William 315 

O'Neal. James Patrick 45 49 122 

O'Neal. Larry. Glen. 207 300 ' 

O'Neill, Lawrence Mitchell 110 

Oakberg, Frank Logan 274 

Oakley. Donna Maria 315 

Oakley. Sarsh Cash 274 

Odom. Marvin Donnell 274 

Ogle. Roy Michael 315 

Oglesby. Joanne Maria 315 

Oglesby. William Hamilton II 315 

Oliver. Constance Jo 288 ' 

Oliver, Linda Faye. 132 133 274 

Oonk. William Jensen 300 

Oppel. Ray Clifford 226 274 

Orman. Linda Neal. 274 

Crr. Barbara Ann, 57, 123. 133 227 274 

Orr, Blllie Kay. 137 

Orr. David Garland 315 

Orrell. Barbara Cheryl 274 

Orth, Jane Frances. 67. 216. 221 274 

Osborn. S.. 110 

Osenga, George Justus. 110, 225 288 

Osgathorp. Marsha Kaylln 201 315 

Osment, Vickie Jan. 137 ' 

Outland. Sylvia June, 198. 206 300 

Overall. Charles Walton 274 ' 

Overton, Ralph Harris 224 

Owe^n. ^Pamela Marcean, 49, ,38. 139.211. 

Owen. Patty Jill. 201. 315 

Owen Priscilla Jean. 49. 79. 139 288 

Owenby. James Herbert, 161 274 

Owens, David Ronald, 47, 49 148 300 

Owens. Don Alan. 208 

Owens. Geneva. 315 

Owens. James Lalne. 315 

Owens. James Lamar, 315 

Owens, Linda Lee 288 

Owens, Patrick Wade 288 

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Painter. Rodney Houstin, 288 

Palmer, Lee Anne 300 

Palyarlk, Edward Robert, Jr., 300 

Panter. Glenda Jean 315 

Parham. Connie Sue,' 300 

Park. Dennis Duggar. 315 

Part. Melissa. 110. 137. 143 288 

Parker, Brenda A. Coxey. 288 

Parker. Carol Jane. 67. 209. 216. 224 288 

Parker. Carol Sue. 288 

Parker. David Martin. 58. 238 

Parker, Dawson Ray 300 

Parker, Joe, 161 224 

Parker, Judith Faye, 131, 275 

Par er, Kathy Faye, 222, 315 

Parker, Lyie Lynn. 64 275 

Pa- er, Peter Burl, 150, .283 

Parker. Rawlin Lynn. 275 

Parker. Robert Kim. 300 

Par er. Sharon Ruth. 315 

Parker. William Alton. Jr.. 275 

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Parks, Elita Dianne, 199. 315 

Parks. Robert Ainsworth 142 

Parmeter. Martin Lawrence. 275 

Parnell. James Eugene, 47, '48, 146, 275 



Parry, Laurel Anne. 211. 315 

Parsley Harriet Jonelle 103 

Parsley. Shirley M. Cooper 275 

Parsons, Larry Lynn 315 

Partee. Julia Ann. 221. 275 

Partln. James Edward, 288 

Partin, Paul Stephen, 275 

Parton, Gaylon 64 

Paschal, John Harold, 212, 275 

Passons, Roy Austin, 315 

Pate, Linda Faye, 315 

Pate, Thurman McLaIn Jr, 275 

Pate, William Henry 300 

Patrick. Dron. 315 

Patte'son. Carl Wilson Jr. 198 

Patrick. William 205 

Patterson Diana Lee 315 

Patterson, Harold William 162 192 

Patterson. John Carroll 300 

Patterson. Judy Anne 315 

Patterson. Mary Roberta. 300 315 

Patterson. Sheryl Kay. 315 

Patterson. Virginia Diane. 300 

Patton. Brenda C. Bounds 275 

Patton. Carole Gene. HI 130, 131, 231. 

288 
Patton, Evelyn Joyce, 315 
Patton, Peggy Sue, 98, 315 
Patten, Sharon, 62 70 202, 288 
Paul. Betty Carolyn. 316 
Payne, Lynda Irene 288 
Payne Marllou 300 
Payne Nell Franklin 238 
Payton, Johnie Odell. 316 



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Peck. Gregory Owen. 146 
Peck. Mary Virginia'. 52. 67, 68, 78 104 

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Peery. Judy Ann. 216. 275 
Pekala, Geraldine Dura, 131 202 275 
Pendergrass, Carol Yvonne. 231 275 
Pendergrass. Janice Carol. 139. 221 275 
Pendergrass. Linda Kay. 301 
Pendergrass, Tony Boyd, 59. 60 72 77 214 
Pennington, Bobby Glynn 288 
Pennington, Dwlght Larry 316 
Pennington, Mildred Ann 283 
Penton, Michael Donnls 301 
Peopers, Maxine 74 289 
Perantle, Joel Robert 191 
Perdue, Willam Michael 316 
Perez, Thomas Neil 275 
Perkins, Darrell Dwlght, 316 
Perkins, Joey Dean 289 
Perrin, John Stanley 316 
Perry, Billy Roy. 275' 
Perry. Donna Marie 301 
Perry, Llla Susan 289 
Ferryman, Glenda Raye, 316 
Pesalapan. Pailln 219 
Peters, William htugh. Ml, 60 101 
Peterson, Kathleen 275 
Peterson, Linda Lou, 201. 301 
Peterson. Thomas Edward 43 49 58 146 

214, 289 ... 

Petretzky, Judee Carol 67. 215 301 
Petretzky. Nancy Ruth. 221. 275 
Petro. Margie. 216. 224 
Pettes. Carl Wayne 275 
Petteway, Judy Kay 289 
Pettit. James Dillon 316 
Pettus. Patricia Ann 289 
Pettus, William Wya'tt 210 275 
Petty. Gary Lynn. 316 
Petty, Joyce Estelle 316 
Petty. Kenneth Douglas 275 
Petty. Linda Faye. 301 
Petty. Mary Katherlne 275 
Petty, Michael Calvin' 301 
Petty, Paula Jane. 224. 275 
Petty. Rosemaiy. Ill 
Petty. Terrence Ray. 120 
Pevahouse. Ava Nelle 221 289 
Pewitt, Nancy Louise III 301 
Phillips. Ellen Kay, 316 
Phillips, Fradonna Lynn, 206 301 
Phillips, Gwenda Lee, 104 289 
Phillips, Helen Frances 316 
Phillips, James Byron '46 
Phillips, Jay Yeiser 301 
Phillips, Joseph Binkley, Jr.. 73 275 
Phillips. Kenneth Sullivan Jr. 316 
Phillips, Marie Michele 91 92 107 227 

229 243 ■ , , , 

Phillips, Martha Joan 316 
Phillips, Sharlena Goldie 211 301 
Phillips, Snelah Davis Jr ' 239' 
Phillips, WIlTam Allison '316 
Phillips, William Matthew 316 
Phllpot. Gwendell Lloyd 316 
Phllpott. Joseph Clark 275 
Pickett. Deborah Lee 224 316 
Pledra. Jimmy M. 301 
Pierce. Marilyn Kay. 275 
Pierce, Thomas Larry. 210. 218 
Plgg, Marsha Gayle 301 
PIgg, Sandra Juanice, 316 
P'gna, David Leslie. 150 212 
PInkerton. Judy Anna 316 
Piper. Maxey Allan 316 
Pirtle. Robert Clyde 239 
Pistole, Larry Michael 316 
Pitt, Mary Ann. 67. 216. 221 275 
PIttard. John Baxter 146 
Pitts. Howard Eugene. Jr. 301 
Pitts. Rhonda Sue. 67. 63. 74. 79 275 
Plemons. Clarence Shepard. Jr. 289 
Plemons, Marsha Ann, 103, 199, 206 316 
Plunk. Martha Sue. 87. 39 105 107 212 

213 , , , 

Pockrus, Joan Marie, 316 
Poe, Fred Marlon, 201, 214, 221, 289 
Polndexter, Wanda Faye 289 
Polk, Arthur Eugene, r72. 174, 175, 176, 

177. 173 179 



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Polk. John Houston, Jr. 316 

Pollock, Jimmy Wayne, 73, 275 

Pond. Clifton Allen, Jr. 192 316 

Poole, Lonnell, 184 301 

Poole, Terresa Sterleen, 137, 289 

Pope. Janice Lynn, 231. 301 

Pope. Susan DIanne, 71, 301 

Porter, Donnie Franklin 316 

Porter, Fred Lee. 201, 316 

Posey, Terry Allen, 120 301 

Poston, Charles Edward 224. 289 

Potter, Cindy Lee, 316 

Pottorff Susanne 289 

Potts, Michael Wayne 204 

Pound, David Charles 316 

Powell, Atla Colleen, 46 60 lOI 21 I 

Powell, Mary Ann, 275 ' 

Powell, Michael Wayne 316 

Powell, Olivia, 203. 206 224 301 

Powell, Penelope 301 

Powell, Prater Lee 226, 275 289 

Powell, Wanda Lee 289 

Powers, Mary Frances 316 

Powers, Patricia Gayle 316 

Powers, Sylvia Crews 275 

Prahl, Patricia Read, 46 133 211 275 

Prater, Jimmy Ray, 275 

Prater, William Cecil 275 

Pratt, La Rue Elaine, 316 

Prescott, Virginia Blanchard 275 

Presswood, Laura Jean 316 ' 

Preston, Jeanne A. Steele 275 

Prevatte, Carolyn Virginia 198 289 

Prevosf, John Paul, 184 224 

Price, John Alexander, Ml 181 275 

Price, Joseph Carson, 301 

Price, Patricia Mae, 199 301 

Price, Shanna. 275 

Prichard, Michael Stanley 140 142 

Priest, Steven Thomas 301' 

Primm, Nancy Kay, 301 

Prince, William Andrew 316 

Prouty, Donald Edward 46 52 

Pruette, Nancy Jane 316 

Puckett, Connie Sue 289 

Puckett. David Leland 316 

Puckett, Joe Donald 316 

Puckett, Larry Edward 316 

Puqh, James Andrew 316 

Pullen, Gwendolyn. Anne, 105 III 275 

Pulley. William Michael 316 

Pulllam. Rita Jo. 85, 133' 275 

Puryear, Carl Jerome, 275 

Putnam, Michael James 206 

Pyle, Leslie Jane, 71, 133, 276 

Pyle, Suzanne Martin, 46, 88 135 276 

Pyron, William Thomas 301 



Quails, Anita Faye 3( 
Quails, Carolyn June 
Quintero, John Wesle 



Raby, Houston Frank 301 
Rader, Gilbert Doyle 228 
Rader. James Ward, 222, 289 316 
Radley, Douglas Lee 289 
Radojevic Slobodan' 21! 
Raffonl, Catherine Ann 316 
Ragan, Martha Willoughby 301 
Rames, Betty Jane 301 
Rainey. Thomas Alton 301 



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Ralston, Alice Faye 276 

Ralston. Johnnie Kenneth 276 

Ralston. William Boyd 276 

Ramser. Henry, 206 

Ramsay, Hugh Wayne, 316 

Ramsey, James Garland 289 

Ramsey, Kathryn Ann, 59' 68 21 

Ramsey, Robert Duane 316 ' 

Randolph, Nancy Kay, 203 316 

Raney, Dorothy Ann, 139, 216 289 

Rapaich, Olga Ellen 316 

Rapoza, Rosemary 316 

Rascoll, Robert 276 

Rash, Leon Allison, 58, 181 276 

Raulston, Marian Sue 220 

Rawdon, Judy Gail, 67, 201, 221, 276 

Rawlston. Rebecca Claudlne 289 

Ray. Anne Carol. 203, 206, 224 301 

Ray, Jerry Hoyte, 64, 207 

Ray. Susan Theresa 211 

Ray Virginia Marie. 46. 128. 137 205 

Rayburn. Judith Elizabeth, 137 316 ' 

Read. Pettus Lee. 301 

Recou. R., 120 

Redd. Latricia Holley 289 

Reed. Barbara Lee 30'l 

Reed. Betsy Gay 316 

Reed, Grant 301 

Reed, Jo Ann 68 289 

Reed, Patricia Ann, 301 

Reed, Sarah Elizabeth 301 

Reeder, Sharon Lynne' 104 

Rees, Eddie Allen, 120, 201 207 

Reeves, Randall Re, ford 316 

Regg, Carol Anderson 276 

Regg, Robert Spencer' 301 

Reid, Carl Frederick 276 

Reina, Alana Lee, 276 

Reives, William 218 

Remmele, Judy Dobson, 276 

Reives, David. 232 

Reneau. Sarah Elizabeth 301 



Renne 



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Michael Reed 30'l 



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Rennolds. Stephen Dallas 301 
Reynolds, lona Lee 201 '301 
Reynolds, William Tho 
Rhea, Cole H. 316 
Rhelnscheld. Cheryl Dee 276 
Rhodes, Edward Drew 301 



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;e, Barbara Jo, 132, 133 

;e. Larry Wayne. 289 

:e. Richard David. 206 233 276 

;h. Jerry Neal. 71. 301 

;hards. Charles Anthony 301 

ibeth Ann. 104, 131 



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Johnnie Paul, 206 

Joyce Ann. 276 

Louanne. 224. 276 
annela Cheryl. 215, 301 
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Ricketts, Sa 
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Riddle James Dougia 

Rieves, William Richarc 

Riggan, Rufus Howard, 

Riggins, Joseph Woodrow 150 289 

Riggs, Virginia June. 289 

Rgsby. Alvin Carl 316 

Rigsby. Margaret Ann 316 

Riley, Jef'rey Jay. 190 191 

Riley, Kenneth Frederick, 172, 173 174 175 

177, 178, 179 181 

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Linda Kay, 276 



Roy Herndon 317 
Sherrill, Dean. Ill, 301 



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Betty Lou, 221 276 
Robbins, Ralph Edward 3i 
Robbins, Terry Lee, 276 
Roberson, Elizabeth Anneth 
Rob 
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Roberts Shearo 
Robertson Kan 
Robertson, Larr 
Robertson, Linda Sue,' 301 
Robertson, Shirley Ann 301 
Robinette Patricia Jane 301 
Robinson, James Edward', Jr. 3 
Robinson, James Thomas 276 
Robinson, Stephanie Lynn 301 
Rochelle, John McGlll 317 
Rodden, Judy Ann 124 
Roddy, Thomas Edward 317 
Rodgers, Gloria Jean, 317 
Roemer, Julian Francis, 146 276 
Rogers, Billy La Don III 
Rogers, John Ed, 317 
Rogers, Judith Anne, 214 317 
Rogers. Kathleen Mary 137 276 
Rogers, Kathryn Alice 62 
Rogers, Mary Elizabet'h, 67 221 
Melba Dean 317 



Roge 
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s, Brenda Ann, 98 317 
T, Martha Dane, 231 301 
Nicholas Anthony, Jr., 204 208 276 



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Donald Harlin 317 
Routson, Franklin L., 150 301 
Rowe, Charles Kenneth, 77 
Rowland, Odelene 301 
Rowland, Robert Doye, 317 
Rowland, Thomas Everett, III 192 317 
Rowletle, Ronald Lynn 120 
Roy, Jerry 289 
Roy, Samuel Morris 317 
Rucker, Robert Leslie, 219, 224 317 
Rushing, Mary Evelyn, 47 139 289 
Rushlow, Kenneth Robert 192' 317 
Russ Rosemond, 59, 63, 110, 210 276 
Russell, Ann Elizabeth 301 
Russell. Donald Ray 208 289 
Russell, Doran Patton j'r. 301 
Russell, James Michael 317 
Russell, Jayne Rees, 133. 289 
Russell. Shirley Ann 46 214 
Russell, Virginia Anne' 289 
Russo, Suzanne Carolle. 67, 301 
Rufledge, Patsy Carol, 201, 216 301 
Rutledge, Patricia Ann, 317 
Ryan, William Thomas Jr. 201 
Rye. Marfn Jerald 208 317 
Rye. Patricia Dianne. 317 
Ryman, Gary Lyn 317 



Sadie 
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218, 289 
Safley, Ramon Zollie 
Sain, Charles Evans 
Sakas, Jeff,'ey L. IB'i 
Satsbury, Cynthia Ruth, 139, 301 317 



Fred Teddy, Jr., 276 
Martha Lois, 46. 59 289 

Gayle. 46. 53 79 



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Sandlin, Danny Neal 181 
Sandlin, Martha Lou. 302 



Newton, 71, 77, 276 



Sandlin Richard Earl 302 
Sanford. John Augusta Jr., 317 
Santi William Carney, 276 
Santiago, Sandra Mae, 133, 212 276 
Sapp, Madolyn Wynne 302 



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226 



Sauls, Maybelle 317 

Saunders, Linda Sue, 317 

Savage, Barbara June, 317 

Sawyer, Gary Lee, 317 

Scates, Jimmy Leonard 317 

Scattes, T.. 120 

Schablik. Johnny V/illiam Jr. 120 317 

Schaerer. Rita Ann. 276 

Schafer. Norman Frederic Jr. 289 

Schamberg. Robert John 204 317 

Schamberg Thomas Charles 181 192 

Schlanger. Hilda Lee. 302 

Schofleld, Henry Jowett. III. 211 

Schow. Barbara Lynn. 133, 302 

Schrader Diane Elizabeth, 317 

Schrader, Donna Louise, 317 

Schultz, Daphna Ruth 302 

Schultz Dwight Larkin 146 276 

Schwartz, Frederick Allen,' 302 

Schwartz, Nellie Darlene 206 

Scott, Cathy, 276 

Scott, Cheryl Darlene, 289 

Scott, Donna Kay 317 

Scot;, Ernest Terry, 172, 173 179 181 

Scott Mary Etta III 302 

Scott Sheila Gail 302 

Scot;-. William H.. 317 

Seals. Amy Jeanece. 46. 69. 216, 289 

Seamon, Rita Carol 302 

Seaver, Mary Alice 317 

Seifert, Bill Lewis, 125, 276 

Seigler, Linda Faye, 103 

Selby, Wilma Sue, 133, 216, 302 

Sells, Betty Sue 317 

Sells, Samuel Paul, Jr., 317 

Selph, Donna Marie 317 

Settle, Mary Grace '289 

Saul, Robert Joseph, 317 

Sewell, Donald Everett 290 

Sewell Joe Thomas 302 

Seymour. James Ro'bert. 224. 277 

Shablick J. 120 

Shackelford. Jerry Baxter 317 

Shacklett. Gloria Ann 317 

Shacklett. Marsha Jo., 128 135 

Shaddlx, Shirley Ann 277 

Shadwick, Paula Ruth 317 

Shaffer, Brenda G. Stiaw 290 

Shaffer. Franklin D. 223' 290 

Shanks, William Rory ISO 

Shannon, Jerry Wayne, 68 77 233 277 

Sharbel, Kelly Matthew 148 204 

Sharp, Glenda June 290 

Sharp. Ralph 225 

Sharp. Marilyn Elizabeth 277 

Sharp. Virginia Chapman. 277 

Sharp. William 184 

Sharpe. Sarah 'Calene 302 

Shaver. Francis Delano 277 



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Shearron. Patricia Gaile 317 

Shelton. Gayle Ann 317 

Shelton. Martha Lou 62 277 

Shelton. Tommy Ray ■ 302 

Shepherd. James Eldon 277 

Sherley. Gary William 302 

Sherrod, Lavada Sue, 290 

Shipley, Elizabeth Ann 46 199 290 

Shoemaker. Linda Jeanne 317 

Short. William Cordell Jr. 208 

Shortridge. Richard Eugene 317 

Shouse, Sharon Joyce, 226 ' 

Shubert, Ronnie Lewis 317 

Shuff, Suzanne, 317 

Shumaker, Pamela Jo, 317 

Sidebottom, William Marion IV 302 

SIdwell, James Quinfon, Jr. 146 

Silvey, Anthony Lawrence 317 

S mmons, Barbara Ann, 317 

Simmons, James David 277 

Simmons, Jimmy Lamar, 302 

Simms, James Floyd, Jr. 317 

Simms. Robert Joe 302 

Simms. Susan Elizabeth 290 

Simonds. Steve Richard 206 

S monis, Dennie Mark 110 317 

Simons. James Ray. 302 

Simpson. James Franklin. 290 

S mpson, Linda Susan. 204, 317 

Sims. Beltye June, 67, 68, 97, 280 290 

Sims, Carl Stanton. 120 290 

Sims. Eric Loyd, 317 

Sims. Esther Juanita 317 

Sims. Michael Stephen 317 

Sims, William Frank, 64 277 

Singleton, Jerome, 184 

Sinor, Sandra Jeanne, 317 

Siscc, William Marion, Jr., 192, 318 

Sisk, Jackie Leonard 228 318 

Sitton. Ann Cheryl 221 227 277 

Sitz. Robert Glenn. 302 

SIzemore. Grady Lawrence, 120, 220 302 

Skmner, Linda Lee 318 

Slaten, James Ray, 290 

Slayden, Judith Elaine 67 68 198 

Slayden, Wesley Batson 277 ' 

Slaymaker, Robert Dawson, 277 

SleJge, Brenda Kaye, 133 302 

Sledge, Reba Joyce 318 

51 gh, Connie Beth, 290 

Sloari. Lilll Anne Twining, 97, 104, 207 31! 

Small. Lynn Scott, 60. 68, 97 101 290 

Smartt, Julia Suzanne 85 

Smartt, Philip Dwiqht 318 

Smartt, Phillip Lowell 318 

Smiddy, Lawanda Gayle 318 

Smiley, Adrian Tyrone, 172, 193 302 

Smith, Ann Knight 290 

Smith, Arden 302 

Smith, Betty J. -Blackburn 277 

Smith, Billy Hall Jr. 277 



Smith Brenda K.. 302 

Smith Carolyn Mae. 302 

Smith, Charles Houston. 318 

Smith. Charles Ray. 277 

Smith Claude Wayne. 290 

Smith Cynthia Diane. 318 

Smith Dan Robert. 277 

Smith, Danny Wilson 318 

Smith Daria Dawn 98. 318 

Smith Edward Wayne. 290 

Smith Emily Ada 318 

Smith Ersklne Ray 318 

Smith Frances Murrey. 68 

Smith Gaylon Jenkins. 277 

Smith, James Kenneth, 277 

Smith, James Philip 302 

Smith, James Thomas, 277 

Smith. James W.. 318 

Smith Janet Gail, 318 

Smith, Jerry Franklin. 302 

Smith. Jill Anita 318 

Smith. John Edward, 277 

Smith, Joy, 318 

Smith, Judy Karen, 201, 302, 318 

Smith, Kathleen Carey S., 277 

Smith, Kenneth Roy, 141 148 318 

Smith, Kenneth Warrington 141 148 31 

Smith Kenneth Wayne 302 

Smith. Ladenia Arlyne 206 318 

Smith. Larry Bennett 290 

Smith. Linda DIanne 302 

Smith. Linda Jo. 302 

Smith. Lyndon Lyie. 290 

Smith. Marcia Lynn. 68, 69, 277 

Smith. Margaret Ivy. 290 

Smith. Mary Orlene. 318 

Smith. Mary Alice. 131. 145 

Smith. Mary Washington 318 

Smith, Monetta 131 '198 

Smith Myrna Joyce 199 277 

Smith Patricia S., 290 

Smith. Randall H.. 290 

Smith. Sandra Kathleen 318 

Smith. Sara Katherine. 92 302 

Smith. Sarah Marie. 89. 149. 227. 229 

302 
Smith. Shelley Kay 132 
Smith, Susan Lea, 46, 203, 206 290 
Smith, Teresa Ann 219, 318 
Smith, Thomas Carson 146 
Sml'h, Thomas Randolph 146 
Smith, Thomas Ray 146 
Smith, William Barton 318 
Smithson, Audrey Diane 318 
Smotherman, Betty Jane 53, 69 277 
Smyfhe, Mary Alice 107, 277 
Smylhia, Emma Mane 302 
Sneed, Glenn Anthony 277 
Snell, Betty June, 74 
Snell, William Alton 224 
Snowden, Patricia Louise, 63, 277 
Snyder, Stephen Lockard 172 
Snyder, William Deaderlck 73 142 
Sohrabl, Bahman 219 
Solomon, Edward Clay, 208, 226 318 
Souders, James Austin, 75, 105 110 
Spangler, Carol Ann, 277 
Spangler, Peggy Jean. 318 
Spann, Branda Joyce. 216 277 
Spann, Harriet Frances 318 
Sparkman. Susan Leslie 105 302 
Sparks. Edgar Thomas. Ill 140 212 
Sparrow. Fred McKinley 302 
Spears. Danny Wayne. 73 277 
Speight, Robert Burton 302 
Spencer, Danny Mitchell, 142 277 
Spencer, Robert Lee, III 318' 
Spicer, Larry Gene, 302 
Spinks, Linda Lee, 318 
Spitzer, Charles Anthony 192 
Spraker, James Stanley, 58, 67, 71, 290 



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Springer, Shirley Jean, 67. 68 74 231 277 

Sprouse. Danny 6. 277 

Stacey, Gerald P. 204 

Stacey. William Paul. 228 318 

Stacy, Donald Day, 302 

Stacy, Ronald Ray 302 

Stafford, Patricia Joan 290 

Stammer, Robert Edward Jr 318 

Stamps, James Erwin, 50 '277 

Stanfield Kathleen Laura 302 

Stanfill, Timothy Lester 3'l8 

Stansberry, Paul Dennis 318 

Stansell, Ronald Talmadge 318 

Stapp, George Marvin 318 

Starkey, Barbara Belle' 318 

Starkey, Robert Allen' 146 

Starks, Eric Douglas, 105 110 

Starks, Iris, 63, III 302 

Starks, Marvin Wayne 290 

Steelman, Charles Ray' 277 

Steelman, Susan Kay, 60. 101 277 

Steely. Donald Ray. 277 

Stephens. Diane Marie 48 302 

Stephens. Elizabeth Ga'il l'35 302 

Stephens. Hayden Burton 290 

Stephens. Jean Vivian 302 

Stephens. Jerry Lee, 207 277 290 

Stephens, Michael Lebron 220 

Stephens, Wendell Vinson' 277 

Stephenson, Joel Philip 3r8 



Thorr 



290 



Ste ens, Michael Wayne 150 184 
Stevenson, Joe Billy, 318 
Stevenson, Sandra Louise. 302 
Stewart. Dorna Jane 290 
Stewart, Larry Michael 211 
Still, William Thomas 'jr 290 
Stinson, Jimmy Morri^ 318 
Stinson, Larry Vernon, 58, 290 
Stockard, Mildred Wrenne 93 120 302 
Sto'el, Linda Gall 290 ' ' 
Stone, Cathy Anita, 222 
Stone, Roy Gail 290 
Stone, Susan Delilah, 290 
Storey, Addle Katherine. 110 



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storey, Joe Larry, 205 302 
Storey William Alan 318 
Stoudnor, Craig Monroe, 191 
Stratton, Ronald Glenn 290 
Stratib, Brady Allen, 181 224, 290 
Strawn. Lynda Sue 290 
Strickland, Ann Marie, 199 215, 318 
Strom, Helen Elizabetti, 277 . 
ong, Roy Michael 318 



Stroop, Na 
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318 



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Stuart, Susan Ray. 135, 227, 277 
Stubblefield Norma Jane 318 
Stubblef'eld, Patricia Ann, 199, 224. 290 
Stubbs. Carole Ann. 67, 68 72 79, 199 221 

277 
Studer, Paula Gay. 318 
Stutler. Darrel Scott, 192 
Suddartti, Mary Lou, 277 
Sullenger, Martha Jean, 231, 290 
Sullivan, Archie R.. 302 
Sullivan, Elliott H,. 318 
Sullivan, James Larry 318 
Sullivan, Lyman Louis, 290 
Sullivan, Ulyses Anderson 198 



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Sutton, Bertha Ann, 214, 219 221 318 
Sutton, Carolyn Jean. 277 
Sutton. Dolores Ann. 133 290 
Sutton. Judith Camille 302 
Sutton. Patricia Hallberg 277 
Swafford. Paula Jean 227 318 
Swalford, William Dale, 318 
Swanqer, Joyce Ann 302 
Swann, Linda Faye, 278 
Swanson, Frank Oliver, 290 



Svyeeney 
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278 



Stephan, 67, 68, 79, 278 



Ruth, 74 278 
Swindell. Gary Alan 290 
Swor. Sammy Virgil, Jr , 27! 
Sykes, John Wesley 192 



Tallant. John Albert 290 

Talley, Danny Lynn 318 

Talley, Gloria Lynn 302 

Talley, John Dudley 290 

Tant. John, 58, 290 

Tarklngton, Kennard Ward Jr, 302 

Tarpley, Betty Ruth 318 

Tarpley, Philip Noel, 215 318 

Tarter, Dondid Wayne, 181.278 

Tarter. Janis Louise Mundy' 278 

Tassin, Gary Camllle 193 

Tatum, Linda Sue, 198 290 

Tatum, Pamela Andrea. 318 

Tawat. Mesommonta 291 

Taylor, Audrey Louise 278 

Taylor, Dorris Jean, 291 

Taylor, Eddie 318 

Taylor, Edna June, 138 

Taylor, Gordon Nlles. 102, 205 318 

Tay or, Jerry Lee, 146. 278 

Taylor, John Horace 58 67 291 

Taylor, Judy Carol, 318' ' 

Taylor, Linda Sue, 203, 206, 302 

Taylor, Mary Louise 211 291 

Taylor, Molly Sue 318 ' 

Taylor, Randall Keith 291 

Taylor, Robert Leslie, 104, 110 302 

Taylor, Ronald Houston 291 ' 

Taylor, William Howard' 278 

Teague, Jackson Carl 318 

Teaque, Rosemary, 302 

Tel'ord, Linda Carolyn. 198, 206 278 

Temple, James David 291 

Templeton, Patsy Carol 319 

Tenbrunsel, Robert Wayne 291 

Tennant, Ronald D., 47 77 '201 233 291 

Tenpenny, Josh, 65, 278 ' 

Terry, Cheryl DIanne 319 

Terry Evelyn Marie Beard, 278 

S^!;^' °,"' 1''"''=*'' 8- 205, 214 215 291 

Thedford, Donna Love 278 ' 

Thomas, Diane Lannelle, 300 

Thomas, Ellen Tucker, 278 

Thomas, James Earl, 319 

Thomas, Jerry D., 278 

Thomas, John Wllse, 291 

Thomas, Larry Rodney. 291 

• homas. Reynolds Elon 278 

Thomas. Ricki Sharen, 302 

Thomas, Rosemary, 291 

I homas, Stanton Bryan, III 228 

Ihomas, Terry Lynn, 207 

Tho:i?nso:"^^-22f ^-^' '"' "^ 

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Thompson, David Darwin' 319 

Ihompson. Gary Lynn, 319 

ihompson, Janice Ida, 203, 206, 214, 218, 

Thompson, John A., 319 

Ihompson, John Charles 150 

Thompson, Karen Jean, 302 

Thompson, R.chard Boyce, 206 291 

Thompson, Robert Ead 319 ' 

Thornton, Sara Kathryni 319 

Thrasher, W lliam Hershel 119 

Tllford Mary Madelinel06 

T;lley, Sara Jean, 233 

Tincher. Anne Morris, 319 

Tinn^n, Jean Claire 291 

Tittle. Deborah June 319 

Todd. Michael Craig', 319 

Toll.ver, Lawrence Wilson, 53, 59, 72. 77, 

Tomlin, Brenda Joyce, 302 
TomHn, Danny Buford, 319 
Tomlinson. June Knight, 278 



Tomllnson William Gilford, 125, 278 
Toombs Emmett William. 74. 291 
Torrence William Howard, ISO 
Totty. Kenny Rae. 302 
Townes James Gary, 302 
Townsend Michael Marlin 181 319 
Trail Randall Elvln, 319 
Tramel, Linda Faye, 278 
Trammell Judy DIanne, 319 
Travagllo, John Anthony, 102 
Treacs, Dan Hollowell 220, 303 
Treanor, Walter DIsmukes, 278 
Tredinnick, Marjory Ellen, 68. 205 291 
Trent, Bryan Orval, 291 
Trent, Linda Raye, 62, 70 221, 291 
Trigg, Patricia Ann, 291 
Trimble, Janice Elaine 135, 231 291 
Trisdale. Donald Jay 67, 72, 264 278 
Trisler, Patricia Ann 201 302 
Trollinger. Janie Lois. 319 
Troupe. Bonnie Ruth, 203, 206, 303 
Troupe, Patricia Ann, 203, 206, 221, 278 
Trout, Jimmy Glenn 319 



Willi 



291 



Tucker, John Curtis, 278 

Tucker, Lana Janice, 67, 138 139 224 291 

Tucker,. Rebecca Allen. 278 

Tucker, Robert Wayne 65 

Tucker, Sharon Elaine 104 105 319 

Tucker, Shirley A., 303 

Turner, Gwendolyn Cornelia, 199 278 

Turner, Gwendolyn Jane, 199, 278 

Turner, Jackie Doyle 319 

Turner, Joan Carolyn, 319 

Turner. Judith Ann 278 

Turner. Mary Suzann 319 

Turner, Pamela Carol 303 

Turney, Paul S. 201 319 

Turney, Roger Franklin, 77, 201, 233 

Tuttle, Lawrence George, 319 

Tuttle, Lynn Henry, 150. 278 

Tyrrell, Timothy Joseph, 319 

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Ullery, Samuel Richard 146 291 

Ullom, Rebecca Ann, 70, 93 136 137 150 

227, 229, 248 
Underwood, Barry Lane 211 
Underwood, Janice Gay, 198 303 
Underwood, Linda Gray, 319 
Underwood, Martha Susan 303 
Upton, Roy 58 
Uselton, Billy Dale 122 
Usery, Joy Marie 278 



Vaden, Laura Mae 319 
Vadnais, Patrlc'a Ann 204 
Valentine, Linda Jean 319 
Van Arsdale, Harriette Kay 319 
Van Hall, Ronald Alan, 75. 104 110 291 
Van Nostrand. John Irving. 53. 72 77 
VanVlckle. Ronald Paul 146 
Vance, Gray Epps, Jr. 278 
Vance, Janice Rae 303 
Vance, Robbie Lynda 278 
Vandergriff, Carolyn Ann, 278 
Vanderpool, Jo Doris, 131, 221 278 
Vanderpool, Judy Gayle 291 
Vannatta, Marvin Jackson Jr 291 
Vantrease, Teresa Duke 303 
Varner, Leia Faye, III 198 
Vaughan, Howell Douglas 319 
Vaughan, Ruth Milton 201 224 291 
Vaughan, William Orren jr. 319 
Vaughn, John Porter 278 
Vaster Charles David 150 
VIck, Donald Ray 118' 291 
Victory, WIITam Frank, Jr., 161 278 
Vines, Linda Adale. 103, 291 

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Waddell Wanda Jo 319 
Wade, Charlie Jean' 319 
Wade, Goldy Lee 319 
Wade, Jack Thomas 150 
Wade, Lemuel Franklin 105 110 278 
Wade, Paul Joseph, 303 
Waggoner, Guy Daniel, 73 291 
Waggoner, Harriet Clarice 139 216 291 
Waggoner, Sharon DIanne 319 
Charles Francis 219 



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Wagner, Robert Brennan 223 319 

Wagner. Robert Joseph 223' 

Vi/akefield, John Lynn, 73 224 278 

Wakefield, Steven Joseph 188 

Waldron, Brenda Faye 201 

Walker, Alvin Murrey '278 

Walker, Brenda Kay 303 

Walker, Carmen 303 

Walker, Carolyn 'Frances 319 

Walker, Dennis Morgan' 303 

Walker Donna Jeanne 211 

Walker, Gloria Jean, 2'l9, 303 

Walker, James Boyd 146 

Walker. James Robe'rt 146 

Walker. James Terry i46 

Walker, Lse Ann Severy 133 278 

Walker, Marjory Ann, 84, 139 147 291 

Walker, Nancy Allen 303 

Walker, Roberta Alice 319 

Walker, Sandra Jean 319 

Walker, Scott Barton 278 

Walker, Thomas Earl 319 

Walker, Willard Ronald 319 

Walker, William Ralph. 161 162 181 224 

Wall. Harret 319 

Wall. William Krewson 291 

Wallace. Brenda Joyce.' 319 

Wallace, Janice Katharine 319 

Wallace, Joel Hull, 211 291 

Wallace, Roy Cleveland 278 

Waller. Claudia Beth 214 319 

Waller. Ellen Kathleen 303 



Waller Ross Allen, Jr,, 58, 291 
Walls Janet Gail 319 
Walls, Sherry. 85. 303 
Walters Ivan Leon, 291 
Walton James Allan. 142. 212 
Wann Richard David 319 
Ward. Don Ray. 163 
Ward. David, 214 



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319 



Warner, Joseph Randall, 319 

Warpool, James Lee, Jr. 150,292 

Warren Cynthia Lorraine, 104. 319 

Warren. Edwina, 303 

Warren. Jackie Frederick. 278 

Warren James Hamilton 291 

Warrei John Thomas 291 

Warwick Richard Henry, 205 

Waters, James Edward 291 

Waters James Philip, 110 

Watkins, Juanita 319 

Watson Brenda Kay 319 

Watson, James Beniamin, Jr., 319 

Watson Katherine Ann 303 

Watson, Linda Lloyd I 10 303 

Watson, Sandra Faye 79 201 

Watts, Barbara Jane. 278 

Watts. James Phillip. 161 

Watts. Thomas Elgin 208 

Wauford, James Terry. 278 

Weathers, Margaret Ann, 291 

Weaver Bobbie Jean, 291 

Weaver, Gillie Ronald, 319 

Weaver, William Glen 291 

Webb Brenda DIanne 278 

Webb, James Donald, 303 

Webb Kenneth Roy, 303 

Webb Richard Lee 46 206 224 319 

Webb Wanda Gayle 219 303 

Webber. Mary A. Blankenship 278 

Webster. Anthony Wayne Jr. 303 

Webster. Diane Yvonne. 92. 147, 227 229. 

248 278 
Wedekind Howard William 141 303 
Wehrman Mary Ruth 319 
Welch. Elizabeth Ann. 319 
Welch, Jack Nolan 143 278 
Welch, Joseph Pratt 278 
Welch. William Day Jr., 279 303 
Welding, Ronald James, 46, 'si 208 279 
Wellden, William Anthony 319 
Weller William Allen 291 
Wells Aletha Mai 29i 
Wells Glenna Gail 47 203 206 292 
Wells, Rita Frances, 67. 74 79 201 292 
Werner. Sharon Long 279 
West. Jeannle. 319 
West. James Norris. 105. 303. 319 
West, Patricia Ann 79, 279 
West, Robert Douglas 292 
Westfall, Joseph Melton 319 
Westfall, Mary Frances 'l38 139 
Westlake, William Joseph, 204 233 
Wetherford. Billle Ann 69. 139 216 291 
Wetherford Mecia Lee 319 
Wheeler. Brenda Joyce' 319 
Wheeler, Fred Honea '292 
Wheeler, Rebecca Barnes 303 
Whitaker, Charlsle Sue 292 
Whitaker, Helen Marie 199 279 
Whitaker, Jere Lynn 279 
Whitaker, Patricia Rebecca 303 
White Barbara Carole. 131 278 
While. Carol Jean 288 
White Deborah Leah 198 320 
Whte. Delores Yvonne 303 
While, Donald Ray 303 
White, James York' 181 
White, Larry Ray 224 292 
White, Linda Cheryl 44 105 279 
White, L'nda Fay 216 303 
White, Linda Frances' 216 
White, Sandra Gale 320 
Whl'e, Sarah Emily 320 
While, Walter Howard 101 292 
Wh,te, William David 320 ' 
Whltesell, Ben Allen 147 279 
Wh:feslde, Janice Louise! 137 
Wh teside, Michael Burton 190 191 
Whitley, Jackie Doyle 224' 279' 
Whitmore, Judith Ann 69 216 292 
Whitlincton, William A. 'ill 320 
Whittle, Kenneth Wayne 279 
Whitver, Gertrude Mae '46 292 
Wilbanks, Linda Carol,' 60.' 99 135 279 



Wilburn, Deborah Jean 320 ' 




Wilburn. Marie Gay 303 




W^lee, Donald dayman 279 




Wllee, Myra E. Luker 279 




Wiley, Billy Joe, 280 ' 292 




Wiley, Don L., 320 




Wilgus, J. Robert 320 




Wilhite, James Robert 279 




Wilkinson Dan Franklin 46 218 279 




Willard. Marcia Francille, ' 46 '52 62 


67 


201, 233, 279 . . . , 




Wlllhoit Mary Alice 320 




Williams, Ann Sutton 279 




Wlllams, Barbara Casey 279 




Williams, Beltie Joyce 320 




Williams Bettye Lester 320 





Willi 



Brenda Ka 



279 



Williams Charle 

Williams, Cynthia Ann','93, 135 292 

Wi lams, David Aubrey, 46, 65 

Williams, David Stewart 65 

Williams, Donald Barry '279 

Williams, Fred Dow Jr. 320 

Wilhams, Georgia Mae, 67, 69, 216 279 

Williams, Jimmy 320 

Williams, James Geo'frey 279 

WTIlams, Jan King, 137, 303 

Williams, Jessie Vee 199 

Williams, Larry Gordon. 232. 279 

Williams. Larry Raymond, 212. 232 

W.lliams. Linda Faye 292 

Williams. Mary Patricia. 79, 215 231 292 

Williams, Peggy Jean. 320 



Williams Ralph Edward. 320 
Williams Ralph Wayne, 303 
Williams' Rebecca Ann, 48, 203, 206, 224. 

303 
Williams Rosie Helen, 62, 292 
Williams Sandra Austine, 320 
Williams Sue Carolyn, 221, 292 
Williamson, Donald James, 62. 146 
Williamson Lynn 320 
Willis Lynn Gray 303 
Willis Susan Dishongh. 216. 303 
Willis William Edgar. 146. 232. 292 
Willmore. Larry Houston. 142. 279 
Willmore Medora Gentry. 59 79. 292 
Wilson Candlce Louise, 201, 320 
Wilson Carol Elizabeth 222, 227, 320 
Wilson Charles Ray 320 
Wilson, Cornelia Jane, 320 
Wilson Dlanna Lynn, 303 
Wilson Donna Jo 135 
Wilson Elizabeth 211, 320 
Wilson' Gary Lynn, 292 
Wilson Helen Rose, 320 
Wilson James Davis, 222 
Wilson Jo Anne, 74, 279 
Wilson Judith Carole, 132, 133, 279 
Wilson, Lois Joann, 320 
Wilson Michael Harley, 73 224 292 
Wilson Michael Wayne 320 
Wilson, Randall Dean 303 
Wilson Robert Bradford, 172, 177 
Wilson. Robert Hugh. Jr., 320 
Wilson, Susan Locker. 59 139 292 
Wilson William Walter, 292 
Wilson Wilma DIanne 133 
Windrow, James Edwin, 279 
Windrow Willie Arline 279 
Winkler Campbell Way'ne 279 
W nn, Lou, 69, 279 
Winters Connie Sue 320 
Wisdom Larry Meredith, 303 
Wiseman Jo Ann 224 303 
an, Linda Sue, 292 



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Wiseman, Nancy Le Jane, 303 

Wiser Robert Andrew 303 

Will, Wanda Lucretia, 231 303 

Wolfe, Barbara Elaine 206 

Wol'e, Joyce Ann Gray 279 

Womack, Brenda Sue, 113, 216, 279 

Womack, Charles Timothy 320 

Womack, Grady Carl 320 

Womack, Iris Faye 68 74 279 

Womack James Paul, 44. 45 51 279 

Womack Lynn Ann. 47 97 303 

Womack. Maggie I. Jean. 320 

Womack Michael David 292 

Wood. Dixie Georgeann'e. 320 

Wood. Don Goodman 142 

Wood. Linda Carole 135 

Wood. Sandra Kay. 279 292 

Wood. Terrl Sue Mosely 61 

Wood. Theresa Jane 221 292 

Woodard. Jerry Clarence 320 

Woodard, Linda DIanne 303 

Woodcock, Debra Ann 320 

Woodlee, Harold Cecil 64 279 

Woodlee, Jean Ann, 320 

Woods, Barbara Anne 68 

Woods, Charles T. 320 

Woods. George Anthony 75 105 110 

Woods, George Thomas, 75,' 105 ' 1 10 

Woods, Mary Ellen 320 

Woodson James William Jr 320 

Woody, Frances Elizabeth', 279 

Woody, Fred Newton, 46, 71 77 140 279 

Woody Nancy Louise 279 ' ' 

Woody, Roger Fay 320 

Woody, Ronald Paul 292 

Wooten. Margaret, 303 

Woollen, Hubert Eugene III 320 

Word, James David, 120 320' 

Worden, Linda Anne, 59 215 292 

Workman, Dorothy June 320 

Worley, Hansel 320 

Wortham, Marion Ann 320 

Worlman, Jeff Lynn, 279 

Wrather, Bobby Lynn 320 

Wrenn Charles Boyd, 228 292 

Wright, Frederick Wesley 142 279 

Wright, Gary Lee 224 

Wright, Harold Glenn 224 

Wright, Janet Kay 137 292 

Wrght Jerry Ronald 192 

Wright Patsy 320 

Wrigh*, Patsy Elaine 320 

Wyaft, David Charles 184 

Wynn Reba Joyce 320 

Wyrlck, Donald Lester 146 



Yamin, Manouchehr 219 
Yandle. Rosemary. 279 
Yarbrough. James Herman 193 
Yates. Howard Miller 184 
Yeager. Timothy Howard 209 
York. Bruce Carlisle 303 ' 
York. Jerry Steven 292 
York, Vicki Lynn. 320 
York. William Crawford 320 
Yost. Charlene Lillian 124 279 
Young, Antha Marie '303 
Young, Janis Lynn, 303 
Young, Linda Carol, 320 
Young, Mary Jo, 46.201 207 279 
Young. Richard Edgar Jr. 279 
Young. Roger Leon, 279 
Youree. Elizabeth Cheryl. 2I9-. 303 



Zachery. Leonard Howard 
Zager. Harr^ Ronald. 279 
Zaunbrecher. Katherine M 
Zeber, Nancy Faye. 279 



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